Observer Magazine 15 November 1965 20 page article on Pablo Picasso plus Concorde HMS Eagle

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Observer Magazine 15 November 1965 20 page article on Pablo Picasso plus Concorde HMS Eagle
CONTENTS 
5 DRIVING 
New tyres need running in, just like a new car, advises Jim Clark, giving his tips for tyre care in the motorway age. 

6 AN EXPENSIVE EAGLE TRIES ITS WINGS 
Britain's newest aircraft-carrier goes to sea, and poses financial problems for the Government. 

8 CONCORD'S CUTTHROAT COMPETITORS Two huge U.S. planes - one built in secret - are helping kill our own supersonic transport.

15 TEENAGER'S ADVICE Suddenly it's fun in some families, says Caroline Glyn, and they're the ones where the kids don't feel driven to the coffee bar.

PREDICAMENTS Robert Robinson on the embarrassment of being caught without money.

16 MY LIFE WITH PICASSO 
The greatest influence on twentieth-century art, by far, is Pablo Picasso ; and the greatest influence on Picasso is his own private life. Most people can expect their privacy to be somewhat respected while they are still alive ; but not Picasso. " I've had the courage," he once said, "to live my life in broad daylight." The latest person to write about him is Francoise Gilot, who lived with Picasso for 10 years and bore him two children. Now, a decade later, she has produced (with Carlton Lake, the American art critic) an account of her relationship with this extraordinary man which is a revelation not only of Picasso's character but also of the source of his work. The Observer Magazine will print substantial parts of Frangoise Gilot 's story in the next few issues. 

42 WRAP IT UP! Shirley Conran takes a keen look at the price - and the punch - in the modern pack. 

45 FREUD'S GOOD FOOD Steak-and-kidney pie is the golden wonder, says Clement Freud, but it's the pudding that scores for taste. 

The Observer Magazine is a supplement to The Observer newspaper published for just one day only, on a Sunday in England.
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