People, May 14, 1973

He was wearing a striped blazer decorated with a yellow rose, she a big-shouldered coat, sequined Chiquita Banana shoes and a green straw hat. After presenting the $350,000 they had raised for earthquake relief for Nicaragua to the Pan American Development Foundation in Washington, Rolling Stone Mick Jogger and his look-alike Nicaraguan wife Bianco decided to try the exclusive Sans Souci restaurant. Paul DeLisle, the maître d'hôtel, was not impressed. "No reservation; no tie," he said, turning them away.

"I didn't like him one bit. He had always seemed superficial to me. He...

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