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DAILY MIRROR, Tuesday, June 9, 1970

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They lost toste for lovely bird!
Mrs. N. MAGGS, of Church-streef, Newport-, Mon., writes : p E A D I N G the story of Lucy the Goose, I would like to tell • ^ you of the turkey we had. We called him Joey. My mother brought him home from the market no bigger than a sparrow, and he was, of course, going to be reared for Christmas dinner.

Athletic problems at bathtim^
Mrs. B. HUGHES, of Monorbier flouse, Manorbier, Tenby, Pembrokeshire, wrrfds:

T is because you call yourselves Old Codgers that I think you m^y be interested in a problem that has given me- a great deal o X thought, having myself reached a state known as getting on in years." It Is the difficulty we older ones encounter in getting down into and up out of the bath. I feel sure that something could be made fi-om one of the specially tough plastics. About two thirds the length of the bath and on legs maybe so tliat it would reach about half way up. One could sit or recline in this and still be in the water. Does this sound feasible to .you ? •^ Sounds a splendid idea, ma'am.

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We h a d a big backyard a n d h e h a d a r u n u p and down each day. He knew w h e n we called him a n d a t e out of our h a n d s like a pet dog. Came t h e day when h e was t a k e n to be ready Mr. H. E, LOWE,'of Bridge-road, Chesslngton, Surrey, writes: for t h e big feast. I could hardly see out of my LL this football activity in Mexico reminds I eyes for tears. U I When we were eating me of t h e time when I played football j;here CONDUCTED BY way back in 1926. . "*a-« my Hero dinne Our 5hip called In a t Tampico arid, being a S. SHIRLEY, of Longhurst-I Christmas brother,r who THE OLD CODGERS youngest Saint's Day, n o work w a s done. So we made a road, Croydon, Surrey, w a s about eleven then, good solid ball out of c a n v a s a n d h a d a.good old osks: said: " W e a r e eating Leisure AVE you any informa- Joey." kick-about on t h e docktion about Piper LaidAnd my stepfather ^"i^J'^JARTIN, of Cob side. Drop-out law. who won the V C iu . , „ Ti, . •. Walk, Gossops Green, France in 1915 ? Unfortunately t h e ball said: "It's no good. I Crawley, Sussex, asks: EX-AIRBORNE SOLDIER, was kicked In t h e wrong of B o m b e r B r i d g e , _A^ According t o o u r can't e a t a n y more. I r ^ A N you and Pair tell me Old why Alexdirection' a n d h i t a vigipicture Preston, Lanes., asks: *^ a member of tlie he w when was Little Blaclt Book,7th c a n picture h i m r u n - andra Palace was built ? l a n t e behind t h e ear. King's- O w n 'scTttish "^ng ground t h e backj y The original building HO invented the para^ y word, was he mad? *^ was completed in Borderers. yard." chute, a n d w h i c h 1866 to the His battalion was I n fact none of us a t e publicand opened Sixteen country first used air-'-He fairly screamed at us in 1873. and, pulling out his sabre, borne troops ? about to mount an often- ^ , , „ i , „ „ ^ lUnm <iQjrtdays later it was burnt to JU Leonardo da Vinci chased us out of the dock the ground. sive on the Germans at ^^^^^ a n d Mam said. ^ designed one, though area. In 1875 it was rebuilt Loos when their trenches " I Wish h e h a d n ' t been the idea never got off the •A, Great fun, football in as a commercial venture, drftwing-board. Can't be came under gas attack, killed." but didn't pay off. ^ Mexico! certain' who made the It was taken over by Piper Laidlaw got up on N e e d i e s . s to .say we the first J^ You've turkey since. local authorities, and in first one, but by parathe parapet of on trench haven't eaten been faithful danger, kept his piping man to drop 1^ to Pal Joey, eh ? 19G7 by the G L C. and, regardless of the until wounded. chute was Garnerin at TOAST TODAY, folks, The original purpose Paris in 1797. His example restored of the Palace — named for the 62nd wedding annimorale, and the troops — T O D A Y ' S THOUGHT — after Queen Alexandra, Airborne troops were versary of Mr. and Mrs. H. A cynic . . . a man who d a s h e d out to the wife of E d w a r d the knows the price of everyfirst employed on a large- Lee, of 17, Tonymariawassault. Seventh—was to provide thing, and the value of & a i ^ -.Tlu^J^^^^t - - d , Moyhill, Swonseo, Piper Laidlaw died on a leisure centre in North nothing. — OSCAR WILDE June 3, 1950, when he London similar to the old cularly in the capture of ^Jlofnorgan. (1856-1900). was seventy-four. Crystal Palace. Dutch airfields. Congratulations !

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THE LAMB IN WOLF'S CLOTHING
He's got a terrible reputation for being a wolf. I'll have to be on my guard and put on my 'woman of the world' act. I'm going to make this an expensive evening for him as well-at least he'll ^ remember me-for what I cost him. ,\ ""' ' Shall I be really mean and order a Moussec, It's expensive -but it has the most delicious effect on me. He didn't flinch at all when ] asked for a Moussec. He really is a cool customer and do you know on second thoughts, he's rather a lamb. MOUSSEC-for girls with expensive tasted.

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