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Tony Davies : sacked by his brother.

Tony Davies : sacked by his brother.

advantage for Tony. Before he became successful through Twiggy, Justin changed his name from Nigel Davies to Justin de Villeneuve. You can see his point. Would Paul Getty have made it if he had been called Nigel Davies ? "I call myself Tony de Villeneuve when it suits me," said
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TWO POUND OF SHOES PLEASE..

TWO POUND OF SHOES PLEASE..

HAVE YOU seen the new clumpy bullnose shoes around the place ? Well, have you heard them then ? They sound rather like half a dozen policemen marching in step. Not at all the thing for burglars and co-respondents. Each shoe weighs about a pound, and while they are quite the tren
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Sheet

Sheet

Peters told the Jury : " I was horrified." Asked why he did not interfere, he replied : " I might have got the same, for all I knew." Garvie's body was then wrapped up in a sheet which Tevendale produced from a rucksack, he added, and Tevendale said he and Sheila were going to m
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
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27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
inside ir 9 e _. .... This buldocek breed ..

inside ir 9 e _. .... This buldocek breed ..

inside e .... This buldocek breed .. One British bulldog. British gesture. A two-ounce tin of Continental Nescafe Blend 37 costs 3s. 7d. in Britain's two most famously elegant stores, Harrods mid , Fortnum and Mason Odd that the same tin is priced 3s. 9d. en Woolworth's Hopes Say
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
For washday hands

For washday hands

27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Heal fast,heal clean with

Heal fast,heal clean with

GERMOLEN . ~GertrtQlette The family's first aid for cuts, grazes, minor burns, blisters, spots and pimples, sore or rough skin. Get a tin or tube from your chemist. Germolene
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A midget who eats elephants is dwarfed by an egg

A midget who eats elephants is dwarfed by an egg

IT seemed a marvellou -IL idea, feeding this tiny terrier on elephant steaks. For he was so small that his owner bathed him in a sieve rather than risk losing him down the plug-hole. Eating elephants, alas. hasn't exactly worked wonders for Christmas Fuzz, the pedigree miniature
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
The Per ishers

The Per ishers

... - ,..,-....;',!..,..:7' , r'"*.../..:;;,.-'. , ''.q:' - rii"':'.4!it,...-,.....,:,.:. '.. i~ t V . ;~-<,. ><'~'. ,Vklefits f An egg is an outsize meal for Fuzz, the tiny t, I CAN'T MONEY'S NONETHELESS, AT SELL A FEW ME FOURGO 77011 T— THIS TIME THERE ARE IF ONLY CARS, BOOT/
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
by BRIAN McCONNELL

by BRIAN McCONNELL

facturers know that their brand must be accurately compared with another to make such a claim. Toothpaste makers no longer claim that their dentifrice makes your teeth whiter. Their product is advertised: " For whiter teeth "—suggesting that you have to have white teeth before y
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England