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RICHARD VINCENT PICTURES

RICHARD VINCENT PICTURES

spend all day in the cinema if he wanted to. Phillips's firm, Cinecents, believe they have worked out a method of making the cinema profitable again. They are investing £750,000 in their belief, but they have done so only after a lot of expensive research into cinema-going habit
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Divers

Divers

New York, Tuesday THE air line passenger booking a seat to Florida from New York smiled as he asked the ticket clerk : "Is this a direct flight or do we have to stopover in Cuba " The airline clerk was not amused. Neither is the U S Federal Aviation Administration whose files ar
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
on at GEORGE THAW course gunpoint

on at GEORGE THAW course gunpoint

The American State Department has offered to fly Cubans home on the " freedom special "—a daily flight which leaves empty from Miami to Havana to pick up Cubans who want to come to the US. So far Cuban leader Castro has refused to give his official blessing to this plan. In any
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VERSATILE

VERSATILE

Mrs. M. J. RIPPON, of Cottenhorn Park - rood, London, 5.W.20, writes: READING of the motorist who used Coke to clean his car windows reminded me of an incident. Having a meal on a train, 1 got into conversation with an American couple. I mentioned that I had never drunk Coke. Ne
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
-7*-- CONDUCTED BY THE OLD CODGERS LETTERS

-7*-- CONDUCTED BY THE OLD CODGERS LETTERS

CONDUCTED BY THE OLD CODGERS LETTERS We hope you'll enjoy this story of a happy occasion that went off with a right royal fanfare Mr. P. TAYLOR of Ridgeway, Exeter, Devon, writes: n N Monday, July 31, 1967, my girlfriend and I visited London to get engaged. We decided that the ha
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE FLUTTERS

THE FLUTTERS

r MR TRINS I -EICOYE Qll/CRZY;! 7ISN'T HE THATS RIGHT, AND SNIB-SNOHIS MAJESTY WE'VE GOT A Cl/S7OMER, I OVER HE-RE AS HE'S PASSING, IS7WEITILRE4 HE HOKEY POKEY WANTS TWELVE HIS MAJESTY KING KISH I To BUY ETON NE THoLSAT HE'D INTERPRETER DicKoßy DOCK GOLD WATCHES/ NOT THE FOUR- A
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Dr. Oliver Thompson, Pro-Chancellor of the City University, London, added a warning that the " yawning gap" between the two was growing even wider.

Dr. Oliver Thompson, Pro-Chancellor of the City University, London, added a warning that the " yawning gap" between the two was growing even wider.

REYNOLDS: HOPES OF EARLY HEARING Bruce Reynolds, In custody on two charges of being concerned in the Great Train Robbery, mAy face committal proceedings nest Wednesday. it was said yesterday. • Reynolds, 37. was remanded for a furthei eight days after a twominute appearance at L
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Appeal

Appeal

And he added : 'Soon the ratio will be down to one in four. We are miles behind in this country at attaining that sort of efficiency.' Dr. Thompson was
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
GUARDS

GUARDS

Pros DBMS MARTIN hi Bonn THE 16-year-old refugee boy was only forty yards from the West and freedom. Then, half way across the East German "Zone of Death," he stepped on a landmine. Guards on both sides of the border looked helplessly on for three hours as the young escaper bled
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, November 27, 1961 PAGE 23

DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, November 27, 1961 PAGE 23

27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England