The Daily Telegraph magazine - Jean Shrimpton cover (26 February 1971)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges KENSINGTON'S QUIET AMERICAN - "It gives me a tremendous kick to dine with a lord one day and to be picking dustbins the next." So says Warner Dailey. In London he has found both the hospitable lords and the rewarding dustbins Two and three-quarter pages
THE NEW DILEMMA - HOW TO KEEP PEACE - The riot, the most abused political weapon of the last decade, is frighteningly common all over the world. It is an organised, international business, with textbooks and travelling advisers. How do the world's law enforcers - defenders of everyday life - fight back? Richard Cox examines the problems and the anti-riot armoury which could even become familiar in Britain Five and a quarter pages
THE SOFTER TOUCH - Jean Shrimpton shows how chamois leather can now provide sleek sophistication in women's wear 4 pages
THE SOUND OF SUCCESS - In an air-conditioned barn beside a Tudor cottage in Oxfordshire one comes across one of England's more unusual rural industries. There a group of dedicated craftsmen devote their time to search for musical perfection. Their raw materials are the world's rare woods. Their products are guitars, harpsichords and lutes. David Rubio is the man who established this cosmopolitan cottage industry. Denis Hart met him Two and three-quarter pages