In the Herald: January 7, 1966

Male shot in battle

Shots were fired and a male was injured throughout a battle in a city street early today. Combating had actually broken out in between 4 or 5 youths and the residents of an automobile at the corner of Park and Castlereagh Streets. The guy who got 2 bullet injuries in the leg had actually gone to assist a boy battling with a variety of youths. The youths had actually battled with the guy and 3 shots had actually been fired. Early today, cops were questioning a variety of people. Bull exits china storeAn unusual figurine, valued at ₤

1,050, has actually disappeared from a glass case in the china department of a city shop. The china figurine, of a Spanish matador and bull, is 28 inches long and 16 inches high. Security guys at the David Jones Market Street shop are puzzled about the method which such a big piece might be smuggled out undetected. The figurine is among 5 similar pieces imported from the Royal Doulton potteries at Stoke-on-Trent, England. The last poster Pin-ups have actually been provided their

marching orders by Soldier, the main publication of the BritishArmy. For twenty years, the back page lovelies have actually been pinned up all over the world by British soldiers. However in the January problem, animations will change the curves. The publication describes: ‘There was no doubt that the long-postponed axe need to fall on those beautiful necks. The older soldier will regret her death, however the pin-up methods less to today’s solder ‘.

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