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IUNDAY PICTORIAL, Aug. 7. 1924. 'PAGE \\\

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the chosen course. And from that moment it is idle, and dangerous, to stand at his side and shout, " You fool ! The captain is a man of courage and coolness. He knows what the ship will do and what he is doing. He may still be wrong. But the only thing for you to do is to stand b
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WAYS OF

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, A • r Take a Dive . , • • Of course, you don't .. First way is drastic, but • effective. If you get too hot - have to have a plane to hit the water. You in the air, just dive in the sea at 100 m.p.h. can just jump in. It's The Admiralty official slower, but safer, and photogra
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SUNDAY ICTORIAL Pet Lovers' League

SUNDAY ICTORIAL Pet Lovers' League

CHILDREN'S PLEDGE 1. I PROMISE to be kind to animals, birds, and all living creatures. 2. I PROMISE to report all cases of animal cruelty to my parents or teacher. 3. I PROMISE to try to get other children to take the " Pets' League Pledge. I have read the three promises I must
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RHEUMATISM and LUMBAGO

RHEUMATISM and LUMBAGO

nearly cost lady her job! Pity the elderly man or woman in a job when he or she is seized by severe Rheumatics What chance has either of holding the job then ? What chance in these days of getting another ? Mrs. E. M, of Dulwich Village, is one of thousands of victims who dreade
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SUNDAY PICTORIAL, Aug. 7, 1938. PAGE 21
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NOW FOR TASTY

NOW FOR TASTY

BEFORE the advent of automatic refrigera- the lardei window, catching the breeze Butter tors, mother had her own " tricks for and milk were thus kept in excellent condi- keeping butter firm and milk sweet, even on tion. the hottest days Once the flower-pot was broken. the butter
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7 August 1938 - Sunday Mirror - London, London, England