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JAN­UARY 14, 1941 BRIDES may have to wear sil­ver wed­ding rings be­fore the war is over. Said a jeweller: ‘We’re hav­ing to sell only nine-carat rings be­cause just a quar­ter of the nor­mal sup­ply of gold is avail­able. So many more peo­ple seem to get mar­ried in wartime that there may soon be a short­age of gold rings.’ JAN­UARY 14, 1970 THE new 007 was slapped down yes­ter­day by his lead­ing lady. Di­ana Rigg, the for­mer ‘ man- eat­ing’ Emma Peel of The Avengers, ac­cused Ge­orge Lazenby of be­ing abu­sive, threat­en­ing and crude, and said he had made her cry while film­ing On Her Majesty’s Se­cret Ser­vice. Miss Rigg (right) was re­ply­ing to state­ments at­trib­uted to Mr Lazenby that she: ate gar­lic on pur­pose be­fore film­ing love scenes; guz­zled cham­pagne in a warm bar while the cam­era crew waited out­side in the cold; and pre­ferred talk­ing to the crew to talk­ing to him.

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