The Observer magazine - 20 February 1983 Good condition for age - discolouration to page edges
AUSTRALIA'S LOST SHEEP - After five years of the worst drought in living memory, farmers are shooting starving stock - 3,000 sheep have been slaughtered in a day at Wedderburn, near Melbourne Two and a half pages CND: THE FIRST 25 YEARS - A quarter of a century after it began, CND has made a remarkable comeback. Here, A.J.P. Taylor, one of the founders, looks back at the movement's past and gives a personal view of those early days. Also, Joan Ruddock, its current chairwoman, talks about the modern movement 3 pages JOHN MORTIMER - 2 pages
YOUNG MONEYMAKERS - Helen Pickles meets four northern kids running their own businesses. Featuring Richard Harpin, Nicholas Ward, Jillian Mitchell, Grant McKeating Half page
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