The Daily Telegraph magazine - 5 February 1971 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
LESSONS AT 2,000 FEET - The navigator is 15 years old; the pilot is a school teacher: Alan Hart studies the triangular course he must navigate, while Alec Wright prepares for take-off. This is fun. It is also part of the CSE course in aeronautics offered by the Cardinal Wiseman School in Middlesex. Bel Mooney enrolled in it for a day 2¼ pages
WAYNE THOMAS failed to gain our Young Writer of the Year award last year. But his pen was discouraged 1¼ pages
"BUT THE PEOPLE ARE BEAUTIFUL" - Andy Warhol has finished filming a French farce in Paris, his first venture into Europe. But the man who amazed Hollywood by making money with such films as "Chelsea Girls" has mellowed in the face of a mass audience. The master of the underground is coming to the surface in search of commercial success 5 pages
THE GOOD NEWS FROM PARIS - Time was when Paris designers' ideas went into their main source of business, the couture collections. This year confirms that top designers are turning more and more to their boutiques (St Laurent has 40 around the world). For the customer the boutiques become more important as well-designed clothes come straight from the couturiers - at less than a third of the couture prices. We photographed the top Paris couturiers with designs they chose exclusively for the Magazine 4½ pages
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