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Bill's power cut

Bill's power cut

** KICKED OUT: In his soccer heyday David Layne was tipped for the England side. Today he runs a pub IKNOW just how Bruce Grobbelaar must be feeling today. I was jailed af- Minute ter the last soccer bribery scandal 30 years ago and it drove me to the brink of suicide. The stigm
November 10, 1994 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Society

Society

Magistrate Mr. Seymour Collins fined her £lO at West London court. And after the case she went with her son to put the nest egg into a building society. Later at her home in Upcerne-road, Chel s e a, Mrs. King said: " The money was my life savings and that of my son. We had been
September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
bag

bag

wife food who has now lost the sight of both eyes. "On the da y of the offence there had been an upset in the home because he did not want to return to his special school. " Because of the circumstances, a criminal offence has not been made out." Mrs. Conway, however, was found
September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
commission comes in

commission comes in

"N Y E' so handy for extras." typical remarks from somevery - happy successful people. YOU can become one of them. YOU can enjoy what they all find so rewarding the pleasure of sharing with friends the benefits of Burlington shopping. It's exciting—and profitable, too, for it ea
September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
World's most Amazing Adjustable Dress Form GUARANTEES CUSTOM-FITTING CLOTHES . # OR NO EXTRA COST:

World's most Amazing Adjustable Dress Form GUARANTEES CUSTOM-FITTING CLOTHES . # OR NO EXTRA COST:

World's most Amazing Adjustable Dress Form GUARANTEES CUSTOM-FITTING CLOTHES . OR NO EXTRA COST: A Newly Patented Single Form That Adjusts Easily to Regular Sizes, Half Sizes and Many Figure Variations from 8 to 20 inclusive (Special Model for Sizes 20i-50). New Easy-to-Use ... L
September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
HERMAN

HERMAN

September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Craig has

Craig has

CRAIG DOUGLAS, 23, comes to BBC TV tonight in the midst of achieving the first bi g break-out by any current pop singer. Break OUT ? Well every pop singer—whether in the charts or not—has the same worries. "How long can I last?" " What happens to me next ? " Some fade. Some stay
September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
the recipe for success

the recipe for success

But none can last forever. Craig however, has come up with the answer.... His TV appearance tonight (" Song Boat." B B C-1, 6.35) had to be squeezed in between his nightly performances in a revival of the 1926 musical comedy hit "No No Nanette" with which he is now touring.
September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
You can't compare Woodbine with any other cigarette. Some are longer, or fatter, or have more fancy wrappings— but they

You can't compare Woodbine with any other cigarette. Some are longer, or fatter, or have more fancy wrappings— but they

cost more. Others are equal in size and price —but not in quality. Woodbine, you see, is the only cigarette of its kind made from the same fine Virginia tobacco as cigarettes costing 1/2d. more for 20. Which goes to show—there's only one kind of match for a Woodbine. Got a light
September 15, 1964 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England