The Daily Telegraph magazine - Sir Isaac Wolfson and Lord Rosenheim cover (7 April 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
AMADOR'S HOLY CITY: A PARADISE ON EARTH OR A PRIVATE PRISON? - Amador Aguiar, banker omnipotent, created and built up an extraordinary business community in Brazil. He rules his kingdom ruthlessly and imposes a rigorous integrity on everyone in his vast organisation. The son of an illiterate farmer, he can make or break politicians and is a prime target for political terrorists Two and three-quarter pages
PRIVATE WEALTH FOR THE PUBLIC GOOD - British charity begins with the Foundations - ornamented by names like Nuffield, Gulbenkian, Leverhulme, Wolfson, Guinness. Foundation money finances building programmes, research projects and hospital beds. Foundations help to keep works of art in Britain and preserve our cathedrals and countryside. Why is there such a need for charity of this sort in modern Britain? How do the Foundations work, and who decides where the money is to go? Six and a quarter pages
BARBARA HEPWORTH'S "FAMILY" - Dame Barbara Hepworth has fulfilled an ambition cherished for 25 years - the creation of a group of standing figures on the theme of "The Family of Man". "I was never so happy as when making these," she says Three and a half pages
DESCENDANTS OF THE ZEPPELIN - Sailing silently through our skies this month, if all goes as planned, will be the first airship seen in Britain for 20 years. By the men behind it (owners and crew) airships are considered good publicity material. Others entertain more practical ambitions. Colin Bell examines their potential Three and a quarter pages
KEEPERS - A short story by William Wiser One and a half pages