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GUN-WAR TALKS

GUN-WAR TALKS

By HAROLD WHITTALL 4,2EN10R detectives yesterday held a conference to plan further moves in their fight against London's gun gangs. They met at City-road police station. headquarters of investigations into recent shootings. Those at the conference included Deputy Commander Basil
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE GRANADA PROFITS SOAR

THE GRANADA PROFITS SOAR

mILLION A IRE socialist Mr. Sidney Bernstein, chief of the £19,000,000 Granada T V and cinema group, last night revealed a £1.000.000 jump in the company's profits from £6.076.000 to £7,005.000. But he said profits would be lower next year, "owing to the television levy applicab
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Plan

Plan

January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FIND OUT THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU IN TODAY'S ARMY Send for the FREE hooklet today ! DEPARTMENT P : TRI

FIND OUT THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOU IN TODAY'S ARMY Send for the FREE hooklet today ! DEPARTMENT P : TRI

ARM M Y CA 6(A REERS DEi LANSDOWNE HOUSE BERKELEY SQ.. LONDON. W.l Please send me lull details of service in today's Army. NAME ADDRESS (Applicants must be resident the U.K.) 11030011
January 12, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Bouquets

Bouquets

Throughout the day members of Sir Winston's family continued to come and go at his home. There was also a constant stream of telegraph boys and people with flowers—from small handpicked bunches of daffodils to huge expensive bouquets
January 20, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Boost in output as Britain gets going

Boost in output as Britain gets going

By ROLAND HUMAN, Mirror Industrial Editor BRITAIN Is on the GO again. More good news —about mounting output from the factories —is expected soon, following the record export figures for December. I understand that the next announcement of the national Index of Industrial Product
January 20, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Limited

Limited

A French Government spokesman told me: "There is no pessimism here any mot's." But Victor Knight writes in London: It is felt in Whitehall that the Concord will get thego-ahead on 1 y in limited form. Aviation Minister Mr. Roy Jenkins is expected to make a statement in the House
January 20, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The doctor at the bedside

The doctor at the bedside

WHAT a splendid example of service! Lord Moran is eighty-two. His patient and friend, the great Sir Winston Churchill, is ninety. And Lor4 Moran is at his bedside day and night, answering the call whenever it comes. Please glance at just the beginning of Lord Moran's engagement
January 20, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
rip HREM men were killed when a private singleengined aeroplane crashed on take-off last night. The plane, a four-seater Piper

rip HREM men were killed when a private singleengined aeroplane crashed on take-off last night. The plane, a four-seater Piper

Comanche. had just left the runway at Fairoaks airfield. near Chobha m, Surrey, on a pleasure trip when it crashed. Those killed were George Gilbert, 40, businessman owner of the plane, of High View - road, Lightwater. Surrey: lan Trethewey, 29, journalist from Chobham; and John
January 20, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Crafty

Crafty

Stanley Holloway's crafty scoundrel of a Doolittle, and bland Wilfrid Hyde White's Colonel Pickering are other sheer delights. During the next few years, with a little bit o' bloomin' luck —to borrow the phrase of Eliza's in the Ascot scene—you'll grab a ticket for a stunning pi
January 20, 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England