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Betty, failing her test in that steamroller

Betty, failing her test in that steamroller

HOUSE WIFE Betty Vickery accepted defeat as gracefully as she could yesterday after failing her second driving test in her steamroller. Dressed in a boileriuit, she is pictured above gazing disconsolately at the certificate that brands her a failure. But 34-year-old Betty offere
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Man tells rich farmer clubbed and

Man tells rich farmer clubbed and

gun from behind the door and loaded it. Peters said that at this stage he was " seared " as he was not sure whom Tevendale was going to use the gun on. After they had drinks, Mrs. Garvie took them to an upstairs bedroom. The light was turned off and Peters and Tevendale waited f
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
WHY THE GENERAL IS HEARD BUT NOT SEEN

WHY THE GENERAL IS HEARD BUT NOT SEEN

P RESIDENT de Gaulle's decision to address France on radio only, and not on TV, at the height of the monetary crisis intrigued a great people many On two former occasions, when the dice were dramatically loaded against him, he adopted similar tactics : The French generals' revol
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
A YEAR AGO Brian Hagger, 33, was just another garret artist hanging his wares along the railings of London's Green

A YEAR AGO Brian Hagger, 33, was just another garret artist hanging his wares along the railings of London's Green

A YEAR AGO Brian Nagger, 33, was just another garret artist hanging his wares along the railings of London's Green Park on Sundays in prescribed fashion. One of those proverbial breaks came along in the voluptuous form of Jackie Collins, film actress, now novelist. She spotted Na
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
FOUR-IN-ONE CINEMA Graphics by • , F — .

FOUR-IN-ONE CINEMA Graphics by • , F — .

27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
RICHARD VINCENT PICTURES

RICHARD VINCENT PICTURES

spend all day in the cinema if he wanted to. Phillips's firm, Cinecents, believe they have worked out a method of making the cinema profitable again. They are investing £750,000 in their belief, but they have done so only after a lot of expensive research into cinema-going habit
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
Divers

Divers

New York, Tuesday THE air line passenger booking a seat to Florida from New York smiled as he asked the ticket clerk : "Is this a direct flight or do we have to stopover in Cuba " The airline clerk was not amused. Neither is the U S Federal Aviation Administration whose files ar
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
on at GEORGE THAW course gunpoint

on at GEORGE THAW course gunpoint

The American State Department has offered to fly Cubans home on the " freedom special "—a daily flight which leaves empty from Miami to Havana to pick up Cubans who want to come to the US. So far Cuban leader Castro has refused to give his official blessing to this plan. In any
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
VERSATILE

VERSATILE

Mrs. M. J. RIPPON, of Cottenhorn Park - rood, London, 5.W.20, writes: READING of the motorist who used Coke to clean his car windows reminded me of an incident. Having a meal on a train, 1 got into conversation with an American couple. I mentioned that I had never drunk Coke. Ne
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
-7*-- CONDUCTED BY THE OLD CODGERS LETTERS

-7*-- CONDUCTED BY THE OLD CODGERS LETTERS

CONDUCTED BY THE OLD CODGERS LETTERS We hope you'll enjoy this story of a happy occasion that went off with a right royal fanfare Mr. P. TAYLOR of Ridgeway, Exeter, Devon, writes: n N Monday, July 31, 1967, my girlfriend and I visited London to get engaged. We decided that the ha
27 November 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England