Sunday Times Magazine 2 September 1973 Schools Motorbike Art Mendoza Abrahm Tuschinski
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Sunday Times Magazine 2 September 1973 Schools Motorbike Art Mendoza Abrahm TuschinskiThe Sunday Times Magazine Contents, September 2, 1973 Nine Steps to Super-mac: concluding his examination of political leadership, Roy Jenkins looks at British Prime Ministers from Lloyd George to Macmillan. Page 18 School without Tears - A guide for parents on the eve of the new school year, including a comparison of 24 meals from 24 different schools, by Jenny Richards; photographs by Chris Barker and Ian Yeomans. Page 26 Cover pictures: top, left, Kirkby Malham School; right, Westminster School; bottom, left, Manchester Grammar School; right, Kidbrooke School. Gently into the New Term: a strategy for backing up children at school. Page 31 Janet and John and the Cat on the Mat: the new approach to learning to read. Page 35 New Maths for Old: a glimpse into revolutionary new methods for achieving numeracy. (All three articles by Brian Jackson.) Page 38 There's More to It Than Chalk: vision of an open-minded open-plan school, by Lesley Garner; photograph by Eric Lockrane. Page 43 Portrait of the artist as an easy rider: Daytona, Florida, sets the stage for America's motorcycling folk-cult; photographs by Flip Schulke. Page 44 Pyre for a Hijacker: photographs of the last minutes of the Japan Air Lines jumbo jet at Benghazi airport, by Genevieve Chauvel. Page 48 Art and the Assassin: profile of Mendoza - the artist who tried to kill the Pope, by Ron Laytner, with Mendoza's draWings. Page 58 Rift Valley Notebook by Lesley Garner. Page 66 The Dreamland of Abrahm Tuschinski: a visual account of Amsterdam's famous art deco movie house, by Meriel McCooey; photographs by Robert Freson. Page 74 Only here for la biere: a sampling of that French phenomenon - Club Mecliterranee, by Philip Norman; photographs by Colin Jones. Page 80 Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Chess by C. H. O'D. Alexander; Mephisto Crossword Page 87 Three-Course Race: week 1 - for the working couple; the first of a three-part cooking series by Margaret Costa; illustration by Dan Fern. Page 90 Sept 1973.
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