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    City Forecast: Passing cloud and a tendency to a thunder shower or two but weather mostly fine ...

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  5. Must Be Ready To Make Arms In Case Of War

    THE British Government's attitude towards the manufacture of armaments by private firms and international trading in arms was stated in the House of Commons to-day by the Foreign Secretary, Sir John ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. A COUP

    A REPORT that an organisation in Britain, not named, Was planning a coup d'etat, starting ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    DESPITE the refusal of M. Tardieu (an ex-Premier) and of Marshal Petain to join him, M. Flandin completed ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 590 words
  8. For Remembrance

    Smiling Poppy Day helper, pinning a scarlet reminder in the lapel of a purchasers coat. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    THE remarkable career of Rupert Willoughby, aged 41, engaged the attention of a Marylebone magistrate to-day, ...

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  10. TO FLY ON

    SIR CHARLES KINGSFORD SMITH announced to-day that he intended to fly from Los Angeles to England and on to ...

    Article : 178 words
  11. Popular Gamble

    The Greek Slate lottery ticket-seller is well received by the housemaids of Athens, who are seen leaning from a window trying to choose a winner. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  12. International Golf Match

    Rufus Stewart (capt.) playing for Australia to-day against U.S.A. in the inter- ational golf match at The Lakes. Sam Richardson, who partnered him, is shown on the left. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    "LONDON is full of Nazi spies, dozens parading Piccadilly day and night," declared Prince Hubertus Loewenstein to the ...

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    Sid Jackson, the racing motor [?] who crashed in France while attempting a flight to Australia, has reached to England. He will not ...

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    "THE country seems in grave danger of suffering a species of air hysteria as the result of the Air Race," says the trade periodical, "The Aeroplane," "a form of mania which can be diagnosed as Douglasteria." ...

    Article : 240 words
  16. Easier For Pupils

    In a modern high school for girls, opened recently in Paris, escalators are provided for the pupil[?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    The King, accompanied by the Queen, to-day opened the new and beautiful headquarters in Portland- place of the Royal Institute of ...

    Article : 94 words
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