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Look what Santa left for actress Dora Bryan -- the Christmas present to beat all Christmas presents! For weeks, Dora has been singing "All I want for Christmas is a Beatle" But she didn't really expect to get even one. In fact she was quite happy, thank you, when the song made the Top Twenty. Then Santa came (at least that's was Dora says) and standing before here were all four Beatles: George Harrison, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney. Who can blame Dora for trying to crush the Beatles? Dora, who is appearing in a West End revue called "Six of One" is not the only one to have heard from Santa. Nearly 8,000 children have had a special message. The children had sent letters to Santa Claus in Reindeerland and Snowland. They got their reply--with a special postmark on cards form the Post-master General, Mr. Reginald Bevins. The cars provided free by the Post Office said, "How nice of you to write. My gallant reindeers are ready to gallop with me to visit everyone we can. Be fast asleep." Yesterday saw the start of the great Christmas rush. It also brought a huge shopping spree with housewives smiling over the supermarket war in oven-ready turkeys. Sainsburry's oven-ready turkeys were selling at 3s 10d lb and the Fine Fare chain's price was down from 4s. 4d lb to 3s 9d lb plus gift stamps--so shoppers found it a buyer's market. Housewives got 12 lb turkeys for less than 50s.