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Don't Go Away Mad

Don't Go Away Mad

by Joseph Hayes W. H. Allen. 18s, has the ever zanier setting of the contemporary Broadway theatre as seen through the eyes of a Wisconsin innocent; a young woman whose play is accepted for staging and who leaves her husband to his own donnish devices long enough to re-write the
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
All the Gods and Goddesses

All the Gods and Goddesses

by Kay Mar tin: Collins. 21s, takes the reader to Los Angeles and to the world of hospitals, nurses and, above all, surgeons in a story which is not without sentimentality but which is almost bound to appeal to those thousands who enjoy medical dramas whether on paper or on the
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
TAYLOR WOODROW

TAYLOR WOODROW

SED J A 4 J TEAMWORK -the Symbol of Service The comprehensive and fully mechanized building, civil and mechanical engineering resources of Taylor Woodrow also include industrialised building, soil mechanics and ground investigation divisions, ready-mixed concrete plants and all a
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
WILKINSON

WILKINSON

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June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
NEWS SUMMARY: GREAT BRITAIN

NEWS SUMMARY: GREAT BRITAIN

NEWS SUMMARY Agreement and differences on British foreign policy; Civil Rights triumph in the United States GREAT BRITAIN Opening the debate on foreign affairs in the House of Commons last week Mr Butler, the Foreign Secretary, announced he had been invited to visit Moscow and ex
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
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THE SPHERE With this issue, The Sphere ceases publica tion in weekly form. The Christmas Number, to be retitled The Sphere Annual, will appear as usual in November each year. Postal subscribers are being notified separately by letter. The Sphere was founded in 1900 and in its 64
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
THE NEWS IN PICTURES

THE NEWS IN PICTURES

Towards peace in 4- Borneo? President Macapagal of the Philippines and President Sukarno of Indonesia are together in Tokyo. The former was seeking to arbitrate be tween Indonesia and Malaysia, and last week there were signs of some progress towards this Ready for jungle fightin
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
SPEEDS IN SPORT

SPEEDS IN SPORT

Right: Eric Tabarly, a French naval lieutenant, the winner of the single- handed transatlantic yacht race, sponsored by The Observer, seen on his arrival at New port, USA, 27 days after leaving Plymouth, England. His Dutch- built 44 ft. ketch Pen- Duick II (far right) was design
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
LAND OF SUGAR AND SPICE

LAND OF SUGAR AND SPICE

By Betty and Allan Cash Jamaica, which became independent in 1962, is a land of some 4,000 square miles with nearly two million people. Ninety per cent, of the people are coloured, mostly negroes but with some mixture of Chinese, Indian and white blood. By Western living standar
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
The Lord of Burleigh

The Lord of Burleigh

by Elisabeth Inglis- Jones: Faber. 21s. In about 150 lines of (more or less) immortal verse, in 1842, Tennyson told the Cophetua story of and his rustic Countess. He simplified it for the sake of romance, and was not in possession of the harvest from the exhaustive and painful
June 27, 1964 - The Sphere - London, London, England