The Daily Telegraph magazine - Siberia cover (25 January 1974)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges OUT OF THE MELTING POT, ON TO THE SHELF - Keith Gems is in close contact with the famous and infamous, alive or dead. In an incongruous workshop in north-west London he fashions spine-chilling likenesses of every celebrity imaginable, and the demand for his cast is world-wide One and three quarter pages
SIBERIA: TAPPING FROZEN ASSETS - Siberia, once synonymous with exile, forced labour and death, has the resources and potential to make the Soviet Union the world's richest nation by the turn of the century. But the problems of luring skilled workers to tame the hostile taiga and the tundra and tap these resources are enormous. How are they being tackled? Five and a half pages
ENIGMATIC VARIATIONS - Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder; and as such is impossible to define. But few women can have been painted for their beauty by as many prominent artists as Sharmini Tiruchelvam. She is 35, Ceylonese, enigmatic, elusive, intelligent and aware. What is it about Sharmini that provokes such a clamour? 4 pages
TONY O'REILLY - "My enemies would say I'm fairly determined... my friends would say I'm a stubborn bastard." President of Heinz International at 37, Tony O'Reilly is now tipped for President of Ireland Two and three-quarter pages