Weekend Telegraph magazine - The Sun cover (17 June 1966)
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Weekend Telegraph magazine - The Sun cover (17 June 1966) Fair condition for age - some creasing to page corners - yellowing to pages - there is damage to top and bottom of spine and lots of tears and damage to paper along spine
THE FORGOTTEN 'R' IN ROLLS-ROYCE - Charles Rolls was a pioneer in motor cars and balloons aeroplanes. In 1910, aged 32, he crashed in a Wright biplane and died a national hero. But history and technical development left his name behind, and now he is just the faceless half of the most famous brand name in the world
THE SUN - Feature by Sacheverell Sitwell
PRISONS - Thirty three thousands men and women are locked in British prisons at this moment. Some have not even been convicted of a crime. How many really need to be there? The answer (writes C. H. Rolph) is about 200 thoroughly bad criminals. For the rest, the nation's archaic gaols are merely inhumane and do nothing to decrease crime
Four and a half page feature
ITALY'S DEEP SOUTH - "Tough men, bony horses, a hard land"
WATER SKIING - Fifith in series of sports for everyone
Two and a half pages
Full-page advertisement pages:
- Rover 2000
- Ride Regent ['Stop! and I'll pump you full of Regent']
- Hoover Portable
- Ford Zodiac