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Z 88,776 44 "This is fantastic!" said Mr. Jennings. "As it was the Saturday before the big season started I expected only about £s,ooo—but now we are rich beyond our wildest dreams." Mr. Jennings, who lives in a council house, with his wife, Betty and 17-year-old daughter, Lynne
18 August 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PLAYBOY!

PLAYBOY!

Sobers—not DURING by the umpires. I trust that has been well and truly done. And that the message has got home: CUT IT OCT. CHARLIE! ENGLAND: Close (capt.). Amiss Barber. Boycott. d'Oliveire. Edrich Cravenev. Higgs. Illingworth Mur• ray. Price. WEST INDIES: Sobers (cant.) Hunte.
18 August 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Essex v N'hants

Essex v N'hants

CLACTON Northants have scored 313 for loss of two wickets. NORTHANTS F,rst Innings Milburn. c Bea: b Ayfie:o 203 Prideaux. not out 153 Reynolds c Fletcher. b Hobbs 4 Mus Mag. not Out Extras Total (2 wata.l 413 Today: 11.30-6 30 Lanes v Kent BLACKPOOL - Kent. low wicket, standing
18 August 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Eastham to join Stoke today

Eastham to join Stoke today

ORIENT'S TWO NEW BOSSES -HOLTON AND WHITEHOUSE By HARRY MILLER By MIRROR SPORT REPORTER LIFF HOLTON and Brian Whitehouse became joint acting team managers of Leyton Orient last night—on the instructions of manager Dick Graham. GEORGE EASTHAM met Stoke City manager Tony Waddingto
18 August 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DRAMA DUDDY'S

DRAMA DUDDY'S

ROBERTS HUNT IN FOREST Continued from Page One eyelid, and another on the base of his left thumb. Police believe that Roberts has bought a change of clothing and is now wearing a check shirt and a dark•green Army combat jacket. Earlier. a massive policy bunt for Roberts was star
18 August 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Blazer

Blazer

Duddy was taken to a police car outside the tenement where other detectives were waiting. He lay on the floor of the car, his head covered with a blazer. as he was driven to police headquarters. Later Duddy was taken to Glasgow Airport by car at speeds of up to 60 m.p.h. He was
18 August 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Motorists to the rescue

Motorists to the rescue

MOTORISTS aboard two cross - Channel ferries yesterday came to the rescue of a cabin cruiser, drifting helplessly after it ran out of fuel. They siphoned petrol out of their car tanks, and refuelled the cruiser so that it could reach Newhaven. The rescue began when the crew of t
18 August 1966 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
'VOUCHLS

'VOUCHLS

Tuesday, January 12, 1965 Announcin, another ' Mirror enterprise . . THE GOLDEN BALL! WE'RE going to celebrate! We're gonna have a ball! In twelve exciting months, the Daily Mirror has set a new circulation record for any newspaper in the Western World with an average net sale f
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
STARS

STARS

Among the first to accept our invitation are: DONALD CAMPBELL, the only man to break two world speed records in one year. SIR STANLEY MATTH EWS, football's new knight.. JOHN SURTEES, champ of the motor racing track MARY RAND and newlyweds ROBBIE BRIGHTWELL and ANN PACKER, the Ol
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
£162 million bank link-up

£162 million bank link-up

By TREVOR BASS A£162,000,000 merger which will create Britain's biggest merchant bank was revealed in the City last night. M. Samuel and Co., the 133-year-old m er c h a n t bankers in which Charles Clore has a stake of nearly £2,006.000, is linking with the Trust that owns the
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England