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And will it make any difference, anyway ? Actually, I don't think it will and I print these two pictures

And will it make any difference, anyway ? Actually, I don't think it will and I print these two pictures

to prove it. John Batas. at Jean Varon, is an English designer who has had much more influence on how we dress than any French couturier. For years he has been designing very short skirts, very skimpy bodices. And, although our skirts have got LEFT: Dress the designer dreamed up
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 PAGE 19

SUNDAY MIRROR, January 22, 1967 PAGE 19

January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
Death duel the sound

Death duel the sound

Saigon one evening. The airfield at Da Nang is the second biggest in Vietnam—next only to Saigon. It is operated by the Air Force, but is also used by the Marine Corps, the Navy and the Army. The primary mission of the Marine Corps Phantom fighterbomber squadrons operating out o
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
MAKETEIRK & SUTTON•

MAKETEIRK & SUTTON•

& SUTTO N• Paradise f o r kiddies. Acc o mmodation good, plentiful . Guide 1/-. Dept. S.M., Council Offices. Ma'llethurne
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
THE GIRL Cliff Richard was raving about was 20- year - old Viviane Ventura, the leading lady of his recently

THE GIRL Cliff Richard was raving about was 20- year - old Viviane Ventura, the leading lady of his recently

released film, Finders Keepers. " Now there's a girl who's going to be a really big star," he told " I've never said that before about any of
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
THERE'S ALWAYS WORK FOR POSTMEN

THERE'S ALWAYS WORK FOR POSTMEN

With 7 million letters to be delivered each day in Central London alone, you need never fear 'short time' or laying off as a Postman. A Postman's job is a steady job, week in, week out. Look again at the pay. The £l5/11/- a Postman in Central London can get each week is basic. O
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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n.n.r rti Ms^ rlLt' 1.0 “tin.i no lin ;7,4 . ite tisk rA4O"CYi?" Ii mA, on. A Aik. •Ne Z*l-fik. THU BEAUTIFUL

. tisk Ii A THU BEAUTIFUL so absolutely perfect? 'The Sunshine" "The Hotels" "THE•COST!" 'Simply gorgeous! Day after day hot and cloudless but never oppressive . and cool shade whenever you want it in those wonderful parks along the shores!' "The Beaches" 'Really endless . . gold
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
ALLS PROS Ij!

ALLS PROS Ij!

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January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
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January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England
 
MASTER REMBRANDT

MASTER REMBRANDT

(Mr. B. Scott) 6-1 1 Ski Boot (D. Nicholson) 9-2 2 Fort .Sight (K. White) - 33-1 3 Also ran: 6-4 1 Pa!ycidon. 6 Ocean Diamond; 7 Certainement. 8 Priory Law, 100-6 Arctic Stone (4th) Eunibra. 25 Miss Arthur, 33 Kenneth. Breakaway. Colieena Casla. Princely Court. (Harwood.) 6L. 8.
January 22, 1967 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England