The Daily Telegraph magazine - 1 December 1972 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
AFTER THE LAST APOLLO TO THE MOON, WHAT IS THE FUTURE FOR MAN IN SPACE? - In this article, written exclusively for The Daily Telegraph Magazine, Dr Wernher Von Braun, father of the successful American space programme, examines progress to date and looks at the future. Also, Kenneth Gatland previews next Wednesday's final launch and recalls highlights of previous Apollo journeys 11½ pages
RISKS THAT BRING REWARD - Today we start a new series of articles which look at professions about which there is often a lack of precise knowledge. Patrick Skene Catling begins with the mystifying work of the Lloyd's underwriter 1¾ pages
THE SUNSET SLEEP-PLACE - Some hotels have guests: others have Names. The Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles has no restaurant, no bar, but it has Names. It cultivates privacy, and has sheltered Garbo, Monroe, Olivier... 3½ pages
THE LAYING BY - A story by William Hoffman 2½ pages
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