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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
 
Mercury MERCURY January 22 Twenty-nine -y 5 ABERYSTWYTH v stop' brbciiure Bay ABERYSTWYTH - fully ' '- iMr46 ' ”

Mercury MERCURY January 22 Twenty-nine -y 5 ABERYSTWYTH v stop' brbciiure Bay ABERYSTWYTH - fully ' '- iMr46 ' ”

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January 22, 1967 - Birmingham Weekly Mercury - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
MERCURY 22 I CHOOSE A MAILBAG 1 on -young-romance M ' npHE flower romancer blossomed early in life was 14V&

MERCURY 22 I CHOOSE A MAILBAG 1 on -young-romance M ' npHE flower romancer blossomed early in life was 14V&

14 errand-boy blushlngly of in me it ' apparent slicked-back-hair kneea and too casual wave cycled past pork butcher’s where 1 made pork pies The (We're right at the end of your 'phone If you in one of the manufacturing industries 'and have vacancies for production experienced a
January 22, 1967 - Birmingham Weekly Mercury - Birmingham, Warwickshire, England
 
Man who ran off without his nose POLICE hunted yesterday for a man who ran away after losing part of

Man who ran off without his nose POLICE hunted yesterday for a man who ran away after losing part of

his nose in a car crash. The car was stolen—and the piece was found when police inspected the wreckage. It was immediately placed In a hospital deep freeze in the hope that It could be grafted back on when the man was found. While the hunt spread out from the scene of the crash
January 22, 1967 - The People - London, London, England
 
`BRIBERY' – BRITISH FIR ARE ACCUS

`BRIBERY' – BRITISH FIR ARE ACCUS

`BRIBERY' - BRITISH FIR ARE ACCUS HOW MUCH were international big business concerns including British firms—responsible for encouraging the corrupt practices of Kwame Nkrumah, the deposed and discredited President of Ghana ? This burning question was being discussed in influentia
January 22, 1967 - The People - London, London, England
 
Nod►ing under the counter'

Nod►ing under the counter'

MR. GRAHAM PAGE, Tory M.P. for Crosby. who is solicitor to Parkinson Howard. said answer to gandlens about the allegations contained in the White Pager and the Osaindsrion's reievt: These transactions were wbolly above board and everylicd7 nnew the were made. There was nothing u
January 22, 1967 - The People - London, London, England
 
hunt their savings

hunt their savings

I. Bur E IS aosED PENSIONERS and housewives were among worried investigators wise converged all yesterday on the headquarters of Davies Investment, the Ell million banking firm that has gone bust, to find out what had happened to their savings. But their journeys were in vain. T
January 22, 1967 - The People - London, London, England
 
Some itching you just don't talk about . . . Persistent itching which occurs in the lower and delicate parts

Some itching you just don't talk about . . . Persistent itching which occurs in the lower and delicate parts

of the body is a symptom of pruritus. One London lady who suffered for IS years has written: "... the irritation completely vanished after using one tube of T.C.P. brand Ointment . I cannot speak too highly oCli." We get many letters like this. T.C.P. brand oivrnurr is remarkabl
January 22, 1967 - The People - London, London, England
 
THE PAGE FOR THINKING PEOPLE A tyrant exposed

THE PAGE FOR THINKING PEOPLE A tyrant exposed

A MUCH-1 this week (in Britain, that is) has been that of the Ghana Commission of Inquiry into Dr. Nkrumah's corrupt practices as President. Observant readers will have noted that we have sought to make amends for this deficiency on Page One. But there is much more in the report
January 22, 1967 - The People - London, London, England