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THREE JUDGES SAY 110' TO THE LADIES FROM MAYFAIR

THREE JUDGES SAY 110' TO THE LADIES FROM MAYFAIR

EVERY DOG needs to crunch. This is one I of nature's health rules. The truth is, a dog must have some crunchy foodeyery day to clean and strengthen his teeth, and to harden his gums. What he really needs is a handful of Spillers Shapes to crunch once a day. That will ensure a he
17 June 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Britain's doctors launch an attack `CLEAN FILTHY

Britain's doctors launch an attack `CLEAN FILTHY

From RONALD BEDFORD, Torquay, Thursday C LEAN up Britain's filthy bathing beaches! This demand went out today from spokesmen for 46,000 doctors. The spokesmen were the 450 delegates at the annual conference of the doctors' " union "—the British Medical Association. They agreed t
17 June 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
SISTER CLARE'S CLINIC

SISTER CLARE'S CLINIC

0 T 11 E R writes: My little = = girl will be seven next week. Do you think E. = she should be told • anything about babies? She keeps = asking, but I keep = putting her off. = When a child asks her first in- = nocent question and this is often as = young as three years old—it i
18 May 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, May 18, 1960 PACE' 23

DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, May 18, 1960 PACE' 23

18 May 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Nip omen tell— WHY I AM ALCOHOLIC

Nip omen tell— WHY I AM ALCOHOLIC

INE men and women—all self-confessed alcoholics talk about their craze for drink in The Alcoholic,'! an I T V documentary, at 9.35 tonight. One is a housewife, another a sales were ordinary respectable people. They executive. None will be seen full hated alcohol, loathed the eff
18 May 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
That Jim Laker book . . .

That Jim Laker book . . .

18 May 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Undoubtedly the coolest, cleanest drink in with a subtle flavour of its very own. Best easily obtained: simply mix Gordon's

Undoubtedly the coolest, cleanest drink in with a subtle flavour of its very own. Best easily obtained: simply mix Gordon's

and tonic water in a goodish sized glass, add a slice of lemon and relax ... Then you'll have proved to yourself that there's nothing, absolutely nothing so good u a Gordon's Gin• and Tonic. •ASK FOR IT BY NAME • ...FOR A PERFECT GIN AND TONIC On n the world, results are thin
16 February 1961 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
INSIST ON THE ACMETwk-gAlea6 COMBINATION

INSIST ON THE ACMETwk-gAlea6 COMBINATION

INSIST ON THE ACMETwk-gAlea 6 COMBINATION Irrite for fully descriptive leaflet to Acme Domestic Equipment Ltd • David Street • Glasgow S.E. Afeeees Me iVerl44-.Faesos44 Ao•fte
17 June 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
NEW SPELLING

NEW SPELLING

THE new style alphabet (Mirror. Tuesday) would only be confusing for children They would never know which was the right way to spell any word " Disappointed Moth er." Honierton. London. • I would welkum a nuw AB K bekos it would giv those of us that kould not spell a very good e
17 June 1960 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TRAY'S RADIO NOME

TRAY'S RADIO NOME

6.45 Farmers. 6.50 lift Ue Your Hearts. 6.55 Weather. 7.0 News. Prooramme Parade. 715 Tau, 7.35 Today's Papers. 7.50 Lift Your Hearts. 7.55 Weather. 8.0 News. Programme Parade. 8.15 Today. 835 Tula% Papers. 8.45 . 9.0 News. 9.10 Talk. 921 Recital. 9.55 Schools. 10 15 Service. 10
16 February 1961 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England