The Daily Telegraph magazine - Tiger Flower cover (4 October 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Tiger Flower cover (4 October 1968) Good condition for age - light age wear throughout - age wear/yellowing to some pages
WILL ABERFAN EVER GET ITS MONEY? - 2 page feature
WHERE RAZORS AND KNIVES ARE MAINLY WEAPONS - We chat to Glasgow gang members and discover a colour problem: blue and green Rangers and Celtic
TIGER FLOWER - A selection of Fleur Cowles's pictures is used to illustrate an animal 'fairy story', for which Robert Vavra has written the text. Extracts begin here and H. E. Bates discusses her unique career
Six and a quarter pages [great pictures!]
PUBLISH - AND BE POOR - Auberon Waugh talks to five writers who have each just published a first book to find out how they wrote it and what they expect to earn from it
(Features: James Robson, Jack Gratus, Charles MacHardy, Tina Chad Christian, Patricia Welles)
"I CAN'T CREATE A HOMELY ATMOSPHERE" - Third extract from Drusilla Beyfus's book 'The English Marriage'
Two and a half pages
"MARRIAGE HAS ITS GOOD POINTS" - After interviewing many couples to find out their views on marriage, Drusilla Beyfus sums up the conclusions
COOKING - "Cakes"
(includes recipe for Orange foam cake and Many-layered chocolate cake)
2 pages (by Robert Carrier)