The Daily Telegraph magazine - Cruelty cover (5 July 1968)
The Daily Telegraph magazine - Cruelty cover (5 July 1968) Fair condition for age - THERE IS CREASING AND LOTS OF LARGE TEARS TO FRONT COVER - age wear/yellowing to some pages throughout - an address has been written in pencil at the top of page 3 in the magazine
DR SPOCK'S LATEST BABY - Dr Benjamin Spock feature One and a half page
BOY IN AN ELECTRIC CAGE - Child cruelty feature Four and a half page feature
SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE - John Yeomans sums up the most extraordinary architectural venture of our time Four and a half page feature "STATUS SYMBOLS ARE A LOT OF BANANAS!" (says Peter Sellers) A 1200-horsepower motor yacht flying the Panamanian flag has been providing considerable diversion for Venetians living near the Grand Canal. We climb aboard to talk to its owner about some of the things money can buy. (Includes photos of Peter Sellers throughout article with interview). 3 pages (Photos by Peter Sellers).
"DID YOU ENJOY YOUR DINNER?" - A short story by David Benedictus Three-quarter page
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