People: Aug. 20, 1965

The "Scilly Season" had arrived, and there was Britain's Prime Minister Harold Wilson, 49, tramping around in rumpled shorts and sandals on vacation with his family in the Scilly Isles just off the tip of Cornwall. The Wilsons have always found the Scillies a grand spot for a quiet holiday, but this year, now that he is P.M., Wilson's outing in the sparsely populated isles has looked like a political junket, with all those sweating newspapermen tailing him around, and Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart dropping over from the mainland to talk statecraft. It's...

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