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by melodrama LAST NIGHT'S TV

by melodrama LAST NIGHT'S TV

James Cagney days now appears. As it was it deflated the whole play, the intrigue, jealousy and lust which had been carefully built up by Philip Mackie's production. This was through no fault of the principals. Gene Anderson made a fine, scheming Livia, Diana Rigg a clever mistr
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YESTERDAY'S PRICES This is how shores were priced on the Stock Exchange yesterday showing how much they rose ( )

YESTERDAY'S PRICES This is how shores were priced on the Stock Exchange yesterday showing how much they rose ( )

or tell (—) on the day. A.B. Food All. Brews All. Tree B.M.C. Boots B. Petrol - 4:1. Careless Colville 4 111. 21/6 66/- 25/- 43/- Guinness G.U.S. 'A' 42/71 Imp. T 49 Leyland Marks 'A' Illathy T. P. i 0. Pry 'A' Rank Oni. Shell Cans Decca Therm .... Tulle Ire. U. Steel . 73/6 60/
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
YOU AND YOUR MONEY

YOU AND YOUR MONEY

A£2o MILLION gamble in South African gold mining shares quivered, trembled and finally caved in on the Stock Exchange yesterday. And once again the " get rich quick brigade —speculators who rushed to buy gold shares last week on the hopes of a rise in the official price of gold—
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
All that glitters . .

All that glitters . .

Now the official price of gold has been fixed by America at 35 dollars an ounce (£12105.) ever since 1934. And gamblers interpreted the General's tactics that he was expecting a rise in the price of gold. As Britons, by law, are not allowed to buy gold in bullion form, gamblers
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Snag

Snag

"It's got a double drive, two garages—and 14 rooms. Fully furnished, with speciallybuilt maple furniture." But there is one snag about this heat haven among the stockbrokers "We aren't allowed to rehearse in the houseit says so in the lease," said Mike. "But we CAN write songs."
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
POP 30

POP 30

Britain's best-selling records —last week's figures in brackets. 1 (2) Yeh Ych --Georgie Fame 2 (1) I Feet Fine—Beatles 3 (12) Ga liew—ldesdy Blues 4 (6) Terry—Twinkle 5 (7) Girl Don't Came —Sandia Shaw 6 (5) Somewhere —P. J. Probe
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
7 (4) Walk Tall —Val Dasaican

7 (4) Walk Tall —Val Dasaican

8 (3) Downtawn —Petal& Clark 9 (14) Ferry Crass The Mersey —Gerry , Pacemakers 10 (18) Cast Your Fate To The Winds —Sounds Orchestral 11 (9) Could Easily Fall —Cliff Richard/Shadows 12 (8) No Arms Can Ever Hold You--Bachelors 13 (11) I Understand —Freddie , Dreamers 14 (10) I'm
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
27 (21) Walk Away —Matt Moore

27 (21) Walk Away —Matt Moore

28 (25) Baby Lore--Supremes 29 (23) All Day And All Of The Night—Kinks 30 (—) You've Lest That Lavin' Feelin'—Cilia Black Supplied by Melody Maker.
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Softening

Softening

"S R N e " Sow, London, E. 3, writes: VOll Old Codgers have shattered the high opinion I had of you. I have loved your page. and had many a good laugh and cry; you appeared so human and right on most things. you the the " lut to Hell with the way upheld the freedom of Press in y
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE BRIDE WHOM DAD FORGOT

THE BRIDE WHOM DAD FORGOT

Mrs. 0. M. HUNT, Powers- croft-road, London, E. 5, writes: YOUR letters [ruin absent - minded Mums who have forgotten their own babies when out shopping reminds me of my father who forgot to take me to the church on my wedding day We lived only 200 yards from the church and whil
12 January 1965 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England