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THE NEWS IN PICTURES: In trouble in Haiti; The Duke at the zoo; The Spurs go marching on

THE NEWS IN PICTURES: In trouble in Haiti; The Duke at the zoo; The Spurs go marching on

THE NEWS IN PICTURES In trouble in Haiti In Port-au-Prince, the Haitian capital, President Duvalier and his wife listen to the National Anthem during dedica tion ceremonies of a new tax department building. The President's appear ance at the ceremonies last week was his first in
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
NEWS SUMMARY: INTERNATIONAL; GREAT BRITAIN; UNITED STATES; HAITI; YUGOSLAVIA; UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC

NEWS SUMMARY: INTERNATIONAL; GREAT BRITAIN; UNITED STATES; HAITI; YUGOSLAVIA; UNITED ARAB REPUBLIC

NEWS SUMMARY A Nato nuclear force and hopes for a nuclear test ban; African Summit; Tito accuses Mao INTERNATIONAL Before the Nato ministerial conference opened in Ottawa this week there were reports that behind-the-scenes moves had led to accept ance of a plan for the creation o
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
ANGLO-BELGIAN OCCASION

ANGLO-BELGIAN OCCASION

Above: King Baudouin of the Belgians and Queen Elizabeth driving in an open carriage on their way to Buckingham Palace, at the start of his State visit. Left: Queen Fabiola casts an admiring glance at the shining pike of a Yeoman at the Tower of London. She and King Baudouin tra
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
TODAY'S HEROES

TODAY'S HEROES

Generation after generation, Hollywood has produced star actors who all over the world have been copied, imitated and admired. At the same time there has grown up a com plicated myth of what the Hollywood hero should look like and what he should do. Today, the heroes are no long
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
HOLLYWOOD COMICS OF YESTERDAY

HOLLYWOOD COMICS OF YESTERDAY

For many people, the great days of Hollywood were those of the silent comedies. Turned out in rapid suc cession by such studios as Mack Sennett's and Hal Roach's, they starred a long list of masters of slapstick and in them the art of the sight gag reached a pitch of perfection
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
THE VOICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH: TRADE Preference and World Tariffs; AFRICA A survey of the Emergent Continent

THE VOICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH: TRADE Preference and World Tariffs; AFRICA A survey of the Emergent Continent

THE VOICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH The items in "The Voice of the Commonwealth" are contributed and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Editor of "The Sphere" TRADE Preference and World Tariffs The Commonwealth Economic Consultative Council (consisting of the Trade Ministers o
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
DEAR OLD GAY

DEAR OLD GAY

Brian Vesey-Fitzgerald Gay, our Old English Sheepdog, is no more. "Old English Sheepdog": I wonder why the breed was given that name? For if there is one thing that is certain, it is that this is not an old breed: nowhere near as old as many of our herding breeds. The earliest i
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
BARITONE PARTNERSHIP

BARITONE PARTNERSHIP

One of the pleasures of this May in London has been the partnership of two leading baritones Tito Gobbi and Geraint Evans --singing together in Mozart at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. In the revival of Zeffirelli's romantically sump tuous aud magnificent production of Do
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
LEADERS OF BRITISH INDUSTRY

LEADERS OF BRITISH INDUSTRY

: Arthur Bryan Mr. Bryan became Managing Director of Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd. in January this year. He has been photographed in the company's London showrooms, where the firm's new de signs are being shown in a highly original setting. Mr. Bryan was appointed a Director in 1
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
SNAP-HAPPY INDUSTRY: Attitude of British makers; Colour Photography; Developing Centrally

SNAP-HAPPY INDUSTRY: Attitude of British makers; Colour Photography; Developing Centrally

SNAP-HAPPY INDUSTRY The Sphere Industrial Correspondent Ten years ago, you could safely assume that any one you saw on the streets of Europe with more than one camera bag slung around his person was an American. Few Europeans, then, had acquired the obsession: some Germans no dou
25 May 1963 - The Sphere - London, London, England