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i a 11(31' Bystander 2s. weekly 6 Jan. I960 International Droit bulldozer (£3,125) lent by Saville Tractors Ltd., Fellham, and the driver's clothes by Bazaar of King's Road, Chelsea cover photograph by Colin Sherborne.
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
ELLERMAN LINES

ELLERMAN LINES

Since Britain Pioneered trading between the Continents, Ellerman Merchant Heets have shown their flag in a thousand sea ports. They sail out from Britain carrying cars and power equipment and manufactured goods of all kinds. They return with newsprint from Canada: with canned fis
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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Hallmark Cards

w Cma^LA-- When you care enough to send the very best Even the youngest birthday girl you know deserves a card with the symbol of your good taste 011 the back Hallmark and the crown. Though she may be too young to realize the added compliment you've paid her, her Mummy and Daddy
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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Front Matter

K%nRLlfl VOLUME OCX XXV NUMBER 3045 6 JANUARY 1960
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Table Of Contents

Table Of Contents

January sales are on again, and The Tatler's own Grand Clearance Sale is hereby declared open, too. Going to the first bidder is a rogue white elephant which has been running amuck too long. You can view the beast in all his iniquity in the cover feature, beginning on page 19. Wh
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 

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Postage: Inland, 4d. Canada, l|d. Foreign, 41 d. Registered as a newspaper for transmission in the United Kingdom. Subscription Rates: Great Britain and Eire: Twelve months (including Christ mas number), £6 5s. 6d. Six months (including Christmas number), £3 5s.; (without Christm
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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GOING PLACES compiled by John Mann PANTOMIMES Aladdin, Bob Monkhouse, Ronald Shiner, Doretta Morrow, Alan Wheatley (Coliseum, tem 3161). Humpty Dumpty, Harry Seeombe, Alfred Marks, Svetlova, Sally Smith, Gary Miller (Palladium, ger 7373). CHILDREN'S Treasure Island, Bernard Miles
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
JOHN BAKER WHITE'S GOOD-EATING GUIDE

JOHN BAKER WHITE'S GOOD-EATING GUIDE

C.S. Closed Sundays. W.B. Wise to book a table Trocadero Grill, Piccadilly Circus, (GER 6920.) It has been con sistently good as long as I have known it-- for 35 years. Always full, but never overcrowded, and the service is outstanding. One of the best curries in London is on th
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
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6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
A BRIDE FOR THE SHAII

A BRIDE FOR THE SHAII

A BRIDE FOR THE SHAH They ivcre married in the Palace of Green Marble in a room called the Hall of Mirrors. The bride wore a dazzling dress by Dior the bridegroom his dashing uniform of commander- in-chief of the Iranian air force. The crowds cheered them, the police lined the ro
6 January 1960 - The Tatler - London, London, England