The Daily Telegraph magazine - 4 June 1971 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
IF THE PILOT PASSES OUT... - Pippa Boxer has taken over the controls of a Cherokee aeroplane. She has had only three hours' flying tuition, but she is able to fly to an airfield and land the plane safely. The pilot, Richard Cox, feigning unconsciousness in the photograph, reports on the First Reserves, mainly the wives and girlfriends of civilian pilots. Their few hours of training could prevent a fatal crash 2 pages
PERIODS OF ARCHITECTURE: REGENCY - Urban architecture produced its grandest designs; individual imagination devised some of its more idiosyncratic styles. Private persons built villas in a Grecian, Egyptian, Tudor or Gothick mode; the Prince Regent decreed a pavilion in the Indian taste. Eventually, writes John Betjeman, disparity was resolved into one major difference, between Classical and Gothic 4¼ pages
- How far can the bikini go?- Pollution and our food
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