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IS MOST of the national Press about to disappear ? Will we soon be reduced, like the Chinese in Peking, to reading wall newspapers on our way to work ? We might be forgiven for believing it after the further deluge last week of dismal facts and figures about the state of the Pres
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
ful Della Streets, and a small army Paul Drakes as his aides. One of the girls is his wife, Wicky.

ful Della Streets, and a small army Paul Drakes as his aides. One of the girls is his wife, Wicky.

Sh 4 is blonde, snub-nosed, and the fastest typist of legal briefs in the business. She brings up their small son and keeps an eye on half the practice. The other girl is his principal assistant, Ted Plaut. She is a rare sight in a courtroom. Her hair is black and silken, her le
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Alcoholic

Alcoholic

JOHN LYNCH must be sober every Saturday night for the next three years . . . by order of a court. On those two days at 10 p.m. Lynch, 30-yearold father of two, and a son of famous Scots boxer Benny Lynch,
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 PAGE 13

SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 PAGE 13

January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sunday Mirror Reporter

Sunday Mirror Reporter

must report to a police station. And if he is drunk he may go to Jail. This unusual probation order was made by a sheriff in Glasgow yesterday after Lynch admitted a breach of thd. pe.ce in as bus station. Lynch—described by his solicitor as an alcoholic — also admitted carrying
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAKE SURE

MAKE SURE

OF
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Drop it

Drop it

When they came to his collection they looked at the vinyl vest and said: "My goodness, what about my forty-inch-bust customers ? " "I don't think we could . :
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNNY SOUTH DEVON 3 miles golden sands. Safe bathing. All sports and entertainments. Send P.O. II- for Illustrated Guids Room

SUNNY SOUTH DEVON 3 miles golden sands. Safe bathing. All sports and entertainments. Send P.O. II- for Illustrated Guids Room

10, Information Bureau, Exmouth car borough QUEEN OF THE YORKSHIRE COAST : = Sendl'P.O.forBBpp colour guide Town Hall, Scarborough BENELUX FESTIVAL • JUNE 410 COLLEY'S HOLIDAY CENTRE (N) NORTH BAY SCARBOROUGH YORKS Pull Board from £ 6—Self Catering from £2. Ideal Family Camp wit
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
TEA OR DYE?

TEA OR DYE?

ARE shopkeepers selling tea these days or is it dye? Every time I wash up I have a terrible job to get rid of the stains which discolour the cups and saucers. My mother says they had better tea sixty years ago. I shouldn't wonder at that.—Miss E.
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
CAUTIOUS

CAUTIOUS

Then skipper Mike Brearley (Middlesex) and Amiss stayed together until lunch. Afterwards the pair played cautiously. But later Amiss throwing caution to the winds, raised the century in 110 minutes by straight driving Sadiq Mohammed for four. 131earley was content to play steadi
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England