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Blio Record imports

Blio Record imports

hit the again By ROBERT HEAD ARECORD flood of imports left Britain with a £105,000,000 trade gap last month. This was only £1,000,000 lower than the previous month's gap. The Board of Tr a d e, announcing the figures yesterday, hastened to add that they were distorted by after-e
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Jay rejects call for curb on advertising

Jay rejects call for curb on advertising

ACALL for a curb on the advertising of products needed for everyday life was turned down by the Government in the Commons yesterday. The suggestion was made by Mr. Gwilyn Roberts (Lab., S. Bedfordshire) in a question to Mr. Douglas Jay, President of the Board of _Trade. _ _ _ _
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
2 BOYS DROWN IN A CANAL

2 BOYS DROWN IN A CANAL

T wo boys aged two were found dead yesterday In a canal only a hundred yards from their homes. The boys were Michael Nestor, of Shelton Ne'- road, and Warren Stanyer, of Davis street. both of Stoke-upon-Trent. Staffs. They were found in a lock of the Caldon Canal t, 1104 01! :41
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Warren Stonyer

Warren Stonyer

by two members of the North Staffs Sub-Aqua Club, Mrs. Marion Omen, of Tong, Shropshire, and Mr. Stan Barnes, of The Avenue, Stone, Staffs. The boys left their homes on Wednesday to buy ice cream. When they did not return, police were called. The gearch lasted seventeen hours.
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Popular

Popular

Mr. Brown is a popular figure on both sides of the Commons and also in the country. He is nobody's coward, nobody's stooge. His most fervent admirers, however, have not yet discerned in ebullient George the genius of Palmerston or Canning or the astuteness of Disraeli. The most
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DERRICK'S CARDS TO MARY ARE

DERRICK'S CARDS TO MARY ARE

OPP R two , 1 I- • v.* • •*'^ • ••' • . 4, , Support from the fans at Boston . . . but it was o mild welcome. 4 • • Windblown, but not too worried . . . the Beatles pictured leaving their plane at Boston. n a . Ha-- PAULETTE 35msw _ , l'' , 35 mm economy Dig camera quality The H
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE BEATLES FLY /N.. SO QUIETLY

THE BEATLES FLY /N.. SO QUIETLY

THE BEATLES arrived ir. America last night at the start of their most controversial tour . . . but there were no incidents--and very little of the usual excitement. They landed to a mild welcome at Boston, where about 400 fans had waited for 45 minutes in the rain because the pl
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WRITTEN BY MARY

WRITTEN BY MARY

By KEVIN HUNT HOUSEWIFE Mary Wiseman worried when her husband worked away from home. For husband Derrick Mary didn't know if he was managing all right an his own. Then she hit on the solution. Mary now gives her husband do-it-yourself postcards—one for each week he is away—with
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
BROWN SAID AT sam

BROWN SAID AT sam

a.; he talked. Then she reminisced. "(ieorge. do you remember when you were eighteen Sleep was the last remark I remember ms wile saying before I went to sleep." When the new boss moves into the Foreign Office today, there will be one man he will try to live up to—Ernest Revin.
August 12, 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England