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drowned the feathered sounds

drowned the feathered sounds

of a switch of policy. But switch there is. Be is now holding out the hesitant hand of friendship to Washing- ton instead of Co Bonn and Moscow. At the moment, he has no alternative. In one staggering coup the West Germans demonstrated that the Deutschemark is supreme in Europe.
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
When friends

When friends

Bonn ANOW - GERMAN relations, at an all-time low after the Ten-Power financial talks in Bonn, were still in an uneasy state here last night. The Germans were furious that Mr. Wilson—according to reportsflooding in from London been pressuring Chancellor Riesinger to agree to a re
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
fall out

fall out

in as diplomatic a way as possible. The Press, radio and T V reports rubbed it in that the British were asking the Germans to " carry the can " for incompetent government in the United Kingdom. Over and above this. it was widely reported that there were sharp exchanges in the Te
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DENIS MARTIN

DENIS MARTIN

November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 16 DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, Norembe► 27, 1961

PAGE 16 DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, Norembe► 27, 1961

November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
JOHN SMITH

JOHN SMITH

November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
TED RAY specially drawn for Mirrorscope by BARRY FANTONI

TED RAY specially drawn for Mirrorscope by BARRY FANTONI

high ,inks, and comic songs which reflected the lives of the working people who thronged to hear them. It was a world which riveted his son's imagination and never ceased to beckon. There were, of course, diversions. like football, at which the young Olden's talents were enough
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PAGE 18 DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, November 27,1961

PAGE 18 DAILY MIRROR, Wednesday, November 27,1961

November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
PRICING A PRIMITIVE

PRICING A PRIMITIVE

ABLY this year Mirrorscope took a gamble. The reckoning comes in the next few days at a small, one-room art gallery off London's Bond-street. There, in an exhibition of paintings by primitive painter Patrick Byrne, will hang Use work we bought in February ler lii guineas. We hop
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England
 
DAVID CLEMENS

DAVID CLEMENS

N i 4144,,,, ,4A- f \ Ife#A, F ; 'AO ~4 i - 1 1 .li'''‘, tiny terrier. But he likes to tackle even bigger dishes . . . like elephant steaks.
November 27, 1968 - Daily Mirror - London, London, England