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OUT OF SNOW INTO THE SUN

OUT OF SNOW INTO THE SUN

Liverpool had a small blizzard ivhen passengers boarded the Canard liner Caronia. But since they mere bound for Barbados, Jamaica, the Bahamas and Florida the discomfort was quickly forgotten in the excitement of a big liner leaving on a cruise The Caronia at Liverpool before sa
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
Boys and Beagles

Boys and Beagles

Following th lea&m Ample forth, Eton and IadlM Stowe School has ^crtdm new tradition by foininM beagle pack. Miss l o Hill, the headmaster' s see retarM had taken some of the hi >ys ofl with the nearby Old Beagles. She and the headmaslU Mr. D. Crichton-Millcr, m I f ollows the G
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
THE DESERT MAC

THE DESERT MAC

I couldn't help feeling a thrill when I went down to Sussex to talk to one of Britain's greatest leaders in the Second World War, Field-Marshal Earl Macmillan of Mersa Matruh. Everybody's heard of "The Desert Macs". Everybody knows his laconic re mark at the height of the battle
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
VICTORIA'S FIRST MINISTER

VICTORIA'S FIRST MINISTER

What strikes one most about the Prime Minister, Mr. John Betjeman, is that he's almost exactly what one imagines a British Prime Minister would be like. You feel he is somebody you can trust. He has gallons of charm, charm which is as British as Grantchester Meadows. He has the
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
THE ROBUST BARONESS

THE ROBUST BARONESS

I went to a party given by the brilliant young political hostess, Baroness Dors of Datchet, who before she was made a Life Peeress was Miss Diana Dors, M.P., Under-Secretary to the Ministry of Educa tion. Lady Dors's parties are famed for the number of public figures who attend
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
HIT 'EM FOR SIX ARCHBISHOP

HIT 'EM FOR SIX ARCHBISHOP

NIT 'EM FUR SIX ARCHBISHBP "Mao Tse Tung is one of my best friends," said the Archbishop. "Friendship's a Chris tian thing. Anyone who objects can jolly well shut up." The Most Reverend Bernard Law Montgomery, 98th Archbishop of Canterbury, stared defiantly at me across the desk
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
THE UNCHAINED CHANCELLOR

THE UNCHAINED CHANCELLOR

THE UNCHAINEB CHANCELLOR Til,.. j venerable Lord Chancellor, Earl Rus- se 1, has become a legend in his lifetime, is Voltairian features beneath the full- bottomed wig are familiar to us all. Russell h ie Law of Tort, Russell on the Law of espass, Russell on Civil Disobedience ar
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
RUTLAND RESURGENT

RUTLAND RESURGENT

The 20th century has been notable for the strength and variety of its resistance movements. The latest is set at England's heart and in her smallest county, where the inhabitants of Rutland are united to resist the decision of the Local Government Commission that it should becom
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
SCE NERY

SCE NERY

m Rlil A houseful of mix-and-match scenery means that room settings can be swapped around whenever you get tired of living with them. The simplest way to achieve this is by collecting merchandise that reflects roughly the same taste. So buy at a shop that has a strong individual
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England
 
NO NOBLES SINCE THE NORMANS

NO NOBLES SINCE THE NORMANS

THE STATEMENT MAY COME AS A SURPRISE BUT IT HAS THE BACKING OF AN ARTICLE IN BURKE'S* SAYS LORD KILBRACKEN WHO HAS BEEN READING THE NEW EDITION OF ONE OF THE WORLD'S MOST INDISPENSABLE WORKS OF REFERENCE THE LINEAGE OF THE 25TH LORD MOWBRAY, England's premier baron, occupies fiv
16 January 1963 - The Tatler - London, London, England