The Sunday Times magazine - Julie Driscoll cover (12 May 1968)
The Sunday Times magazine - Julie Driscoll cover (12 May 1968) Fair condition for age - magazine has been read - there are stress tears around staples - there is some wrinkling to pages throughout (section close to spine and bottom edges of pages) - inside pages in good condition - some light foxing throughout
THE LONG CEASEFIRE - We examine South Korea, where millions are ready and eager to fight their war again
Six and a half pages
CONVERTIBLE CARS - Convertibles are a dying race. We take a closer look at six different ways of ruffling the driver's hair
3 pages (features: Crayford Viva SL90, Austin Mini Moke, MGC, Triumph Herald, Crayford Corsair 2000, Fiat 500)
HOW THEY STEAL YOUR CAR - 2 page car feature
CARS vs STARS - 2 page photo feature
Includes photo of (cars and stars): Ronald Colman, Jean Harlow, Rita Hayworth, Cary Grant and Constance Bennett [scene from Topper])
CARS FOR CONNOISSEURS - Jensen Interceptor ("a dream of power")
Two and half pages
CLUES IN THE CLOUDS - Photo article from the book 'Instant Weather Forecasting'
JULIE DRISCOLL - "Miss Julie"
2 page photo feature (photos by Just Jaecken). Report by Meriel McCooey
EDNA O'BRIEN - "Writer in the breaking"
Edna O'Brien chats to Hunter Davies
Three and a half pages
"FIRST TRAIN YOUR FARMER, THEN SELL HIS CHICKENS" (by Margaret Costa)
One and a half page feature on Marks and Spencer food department