The Sunday Times magazine - Paris, Each Girl For Herself cover (28 August 1966)
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The Sunday Times magazine - Paris, Each Girl For Herself cover (28 August 1966) Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges due to age - light wear throughout
DOLLY MIXTURE - "Fashion"
Fashion from the Paris Autumn Collections
ONE MAN AGAINST THE OCEANS OF THE WORLD
Francis Chichester is trying to sail 28,500 miles around the world alone, challenging Cape Horn's seas on the way home. A vast, lonely voyage on which Francis aims to equal the wool clippers' average times and spend 30 days in Sydney.
6 page feature
ANNOUNCING PAPA HEMINGWAY
On July 2, 1961, a writer whom many critics call the greater writer of this century, shot himself. How did this come to pass? Why?
On September 11, The Sunday Times magazine will publish the first of four instalments from Hotchner's 'Papa Hemingway', a memoir which tries to explain the fascinating life and tragic death of a hero of our times.
Double page feature (one and a half page black/white photo plus a small interview with Hemingway where he talks life, death, and marriage.
FRANK SINATRA - (By Benny Green)
Occasional series in which major reputations are re-appraised
1 page feature
A CLUB FOR GENTLEMEN, LADIES AND ARTISANS - Feature on Royal Birkdale
COOKERY - Regional cooking: Jewish
One and a quarter pages
Full-page advertisement pages:
- The House of Beausuede
- Kent cigarettes
- Johnnie Walker whisky