People: Nov. 26, 1965

The judges in London included such stalwarts of the realm as the Marchioness of Tavistock and former Cricketer Sir Learie Constantine, as well as experts from the colonies Broderick Crawford and Johnny Mathis. After they had observed all the forms parading across the red-carpeted stage of the Lyceum ballroom, they decided that once again, Miss United Kingdom was obviously Miss World. Regal (5 ft. 8 in., 37-24-37) Lesley Lang ley, 21, also obeyed the traditions by weeping prettily. "As there was a British winner last year," she gasped, "I did not think I...

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