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urn of success VEST THAT FELL SHORT

urn of success VEST THAT FELL SHORT

kd our bodices ;y are nothing as John Bates see worn. he likes and i,hinks we ought to wear is of so much a dress. more a hort vinyl vest. But, the esigner can only suggest. t's the buyers who acids what we wear. sell P V C. How about a nice linen 2 " they said. "I'll order if y
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 PAGE 15 STRETCH-FIT NYLON SLIP-OVER COVERS guaranteed Hard-wearing Fabrics in Double-Knit Nylon. Witney ready-made slip-over

SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 PAGE 15 STRETCH-FIT NYLON SLIP-OVER COVERS guaranteed Hard-wearing Fabrics in Double-Knit Nylon. Witney ready-made slip-over

covers will mai suite look new! There are no other fabrics Q 7 these for slip-over covers. They fit beautifully they have such fabulous stretch, are fantasticaE: wearing and retain their stretch for years. 100% knit Nylon or Nylon-blend guaranteed hard. fabrics. Attractive patte
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
De" 4.40,41,, ANTACID rrrr 47 'TABLETS

De" 4.40,41,, ANTACID rrrr 47 'TABLETS

'TABLETS PAGE 20 SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 Say Goodbye to stuffiness, clogged up breathing tubes, snorting and snoring, coughing and sneezing! Say "Ta-Ta" to clogging Catarrh. Get yourself some good old Mentholatum, the breathable Balm. Put some in each nostril, and breathe
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
TEAM UP WITH MARS BARS TA-TA TO CATARRH INDIGESTION

TEAM UP WITH MARS BARS TA-TA TO CATARRH INDIGESTION

For sudden attacks — always carry these 1 wafer-thin tablets Quicker to melt and give full corrective action—that's why De Witt's Antacid Tablets are better for stopping digestive attacks due to "acid stomach." Just suck or chew one or two tablets for quick relief. Pain goes . .
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 PAGE. 25 Here's why Beecham's Powders don't waste a second riliipf 111 IVA A auDDEN

SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 PAGE. 25 Here's why Beecham's Powders don't waste a second riliipf 111 IVA A auDDEN

SNEEZE r s FAST-ACTING PRESCRIPTION Beecham's Powders are spec i a y ' formulated with ingredients of the highest medical standard to bring fast relief from colds and flu. EXTRA-FINE POWDER The extra-fine texture of Beecham's '--. Powders makes them quickly and easily absorbed.
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
atim(t)4E CUNNINGTON

atim(t)4E CUNNINGTON

WIRE-SPRING wigs for girls are the end of romance. When a guy begs for a lock of her hair these days it means he wants the loan of a Brillo pad. THIS POP group that uses a flute is a step in the right direction. At least that's one fewer left to sing OPTIMISM is a guy renewing t
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
PADDY

PADDY

At Doncaster on Thursday SIR EDWARD (2.30) can win again to make it five victories in a row. *KHANDYCOT (3.0), second to Master Garter at Cotterick, has a great chance to recoup the losses. GOLDEN METAL (3.30) can make it three wins in a row. He won easily at Wetherby, despite j
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
To FORM

To FORM

Half-time scores in brackets.
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
MIDNIGHT COUP AT 20-1

MIDNIGHT COUP AT 20-1

CATTERICK 1.15 (2m. h'cau hur.. 21 ran) OFF BEAT (S. Soote) 7-2 I 41;theVWave (Naughton) 100-8 2 Ard Coal (J. Blair) 100-7 3 Also ran: 7 Press Button B (4th), 15-2 Chroniquer, 8 Chapati. 10 High Grade, 100-8 Straight Sailing 1(10-7 Grave Danger. Farmers Boy, Guardian Oak. Street
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
m"-' iK'iM SUNDAY MERCURY 221 into car Village row as ‘Elsie the post' is told to ) Mercury QNEofBritain’s largest

m"-' iK'iM SUNDAY MERCURY 221 into car Village row as ‘Elsie the post' is told to ) Mercury QNEofBritain’s largest

security’ organisa tions has been using closed-circuit television' M eyes in cities and towns all over the country'— among them' West Bromwich Stoke-on-Trent and Stafford without the authorities knowing about it But Mr Michael Joyce spokesman for Securicor LtiL said his firm? no
January 22, 1967 - Birmingham Weekly Mercury - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England