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  4. WORLD BULLETINS HAD 19 CHILDREN

    COLLIER (Penns.).—Her nineteenth child at 38 is the record of Mrs. Roy Hostetler, of Collier, Pennsylvania. Her husband is 42. Of the nineteen, ...

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  5. NOT QUEEN OF ENGLAND

    In a poll taken by an expert among the leading fashion houses to determine the ten best-dressed women of the year, the Duchess ...

    Article : 145 words
  6. ISN'T SHE NIFTY?

    What will our beach barons say to this?. The introduction of such costumes for the coming summer is threatened! ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. DEVASTATING HATE STORM

    THE Scottsboro case was advanced another stage by the trial at Decatur, Alabama. This concluded with the death sentence being passed for the third time on negro Norris, charged with rape. The ...

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  8. FLY AT GOLF

    MEMPHIS (Tennessee).—In Memphis, Tenn., Golfer Harvey Thompson solemnly related that after his putt had stopped on the cup's lip, his ball ...

    Article : 37 words
  9. LEFT AS WATCHDOGS

    WAUKESHA (Wisconsin).—Lee Foy left two watch-dogs to guard his home at Waukesha. Wisconsin. Returning from Milwaukee next day, he ...

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  10. TIRED OF PRISON WORK

    DENVER CITY (Texas).—Tiring of work at the Harlem Prison Farm, William H. Shoemake (19), serving a twoyear sentence for theft, paid another ...

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  11. ABSENT-MINDED ORATOR

    NEW YORK.—In Langley, South Carolina, during a fervent campaign speech for the post of county superintendent, Louis Togneri ...

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  12. LOUISIANA'S "Looney" Law

    Nuns are forced by law to learn tap dancing. This is one of the unexpected effects of Louisiana's ...

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  13. BROKE HIS NECK IN 1931

    BROKE his neck six years ago—ran a foot of a jarrah stake into his stomach a few weeks back—living still—is record of Reg. Pearce, well-known Perth man with "condition satisfactory" against his name on Perth Hospital record sheets. ...

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  14. CHICKEN A DAY

    SEATTLE (U.S.A).—Mrs. William Morgan had a 100-dollar diamond pecked from her ring while she was feeding her poultry. In hopes of ...

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  15. TURKEY GOES TO THE MORGUE

    Did the turkey know he was under sentence of death? That is the question orderlies at the Perth Hospital are ...

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  16. MYSTERY PLANE

    A mystery aeroplane, which recently frightened Londoners by midnight low-flying stunts, reappeared over Central London early ...

    Article : 86 words
  17. RADIOS ON COMMISSION

    DELPHI (Indiana).—Four thousand Dunkards, otherwise known as the Old Order of German Baptist Brethren, at their conference have for the twelfth ...

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  18. RIGHT BIRD ALL RIGHT!

    KANSAS CITY.—Mrs. Harry Eyerly reported the theft of four chickens, one of which "always lays a double-yolked egg." Soon afterwards Sheriff Emmett ...

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  19. BRONZEWING USED PERTH HOSPITAL AS JUMPING-OFF PLACE TO LIBERTY

    From pen-prison to parapet and then to freedom was this turkey's way of escape. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  20. Do You Know?

    That seaside councillors are worried about further brevity in swimming costumes? Description of new modes page 23. ...

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  21. TWO NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCES

    Neck broken—marked for death—recovered, 1931. Impaled by 4ft. stake—death beckoned again—now recovered. That is the record of Reg. Pearce's flirtations with the Grim Reaper. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  22. BACK-SEAT DRIVER

    CHICAGO.—Injured last July when Morris Hurwitz's automobile suffered a blowout, pitched into a ditch near Lincoln. III., Mrs. Minnie P. Hurwitz ...

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  23. Genuine 'Windsor's'

    MONEYED Americans must take their hats off to the suave gent who sold them Windsor top hats, crested and all to boot, for the cool £52. Just as Coronation ramps ...

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  24. KING'S IRISH VISIT

    BELFAST.—The committee representing the Northern Governor, the Governor's staff, the military police and harbor authorities is making ...

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  25. SWANKED TO SISTER

    MANHATTEN (New York).—Mary Jane Swank (18), who performs with her twin sister. Jean, in a dance team, sued her husband, Harry Brown Cook, ...

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  26. LENGTHY SERVICE

    DUBLIN.—Interesting relics of Dean Swift have been presented to the Art Division of the Irish National Museum. One is the Dean's Snuff Box ...

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  27. AUSTRALIAN SHEEP FARMER

    The British screen's most confirmed bachelor. Stewart Rome (51), is affianced to Grace Millar, daughter of a Rhodesian farmer, whom he met on a ...

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  28. SPANISH GOVERNMENT'S CLAIMS

    The Madrid Government claims the retention of all ground gained westward of the capital, and asserts that the offensive is slowly progressing. ...

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  29. PLAYMATE TO STEPMOTHER

    LONDON.—Eloped in a coal lorry, 40-year-old widower coal heaver, and 14-year-old Mrs. Lillian June Sawyer. Girl bride Lillian often played before ...

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  30. FUNERAL TOUTS

    Mr. P. Benson, Superintendent of the Tottenham and Wood Green Burial Board, protests against ghoulish ...

    Article : 123 words
  31. CHINA WILL FIGHT

    In informed British quarters today a more reassuring view was taken of the latest news from North China, and hopes that grave ...

    Article : 245 words
  32. America Would Suffer

    The Secretary for State (Mr. Hull), in a statement not naming any country, but obviously directed against Japan, states that war in the Far ...

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  33. NOT SIBERIA—JUST FREMANTLE!

    First glance suggests a scene of the 60's, but the picture shows an eight-man power roller at the Port. And this is the age of petrol power[?] ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  34. IRISH REFERENDUM FIGURES

    Final figures in the Irish referendum were:—For, 685,105; against, 526,945. ...

    Article : 18 words
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