The Daily Telegraph magazine - 24 November 1972 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - some age wear
APING THE WORLD IN UNION SQUARE - One moment a flamenco dancer, the next a businessman, Robert Shields is a street mime whose audience is both his supporting cast and the foil of his art. His antics with them led to a brief arrest one day last September; but his popularity and pure entertainment value won the day. Now he is back on his pavement stage again. Jack Fincher reports One and three-quarter pages
AUSTRALIA: MYTHS AND REALITIES - 18 pages
FATHER DUFFY - Whether or not Father Duffy's name is known in Rome (and it probably is by now), he seems in little doubt that that it is respected in Heaven. However rash his actions in reopening a small Irish chapel closed by the Bishop of the diocese, they are welcomed by the local community 2 pages
PAST AND FUTURE PERFECT - Theirs were the most beautiful faces and figures of the Fifties and early Sixties. They gazed at us every month from the covers of the glossiest fashion magazines. They were always chic, poised, groomed, perfect examples of the perfect woman. They were the top fashion models. Now, Kenn Griffiths, winner of The Daily Telegraph Magazine 1971 Photography Award at the Royal College of Art, has photographed five of them again. Only one - Celia Hammond - still models professionally. What has happened to the others in the intervening years? How many do you recognise, and how does the perfect Fifties face adapt to the different idea of beauty current in the Seventies? Featuring Barbara Goalen, Lady Nutting (formerly Ann Gunning), Fiona Campbell-Walter, Shirley Worthington, Celia Hammond Four and a half pages
THE INNOCENT - A short story by John Wain Two and a quarter pages
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