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Journal of |an Optimist No. 87. 9th Year Hard Times We are living in difficult times, mere is no certainty,

Journal of |an Optimist No. 87. 9th Year Hard Times We are living in difficult times, mere is no certainty,

Europe is like £, powder-magazine in which madmen are rushing to and fro wi.h naked torches. We never * our newspapers will , t ell us. and the whole wide world is in a ferment, so that even remote places feel it. „ . of who think a little nov, and then wonder what is to uess an
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
«<■ Kennedys As 1 Know Them

«<■ Kennedys As 1 Know Them

«<■ Kennedys As Know Them (By , s ' je 3r§e Bilainkin, our Diplomatic Correspondent.) cance a^ac^es t 0 the speech which Mr. Kennedy, United States Ambassador in j aon, will make at Edinburgh, to-morrow, when he j rece e the freedom of the city. fac expected to make a declaration
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
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20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
36 HOURS TO KILL

36 HOURS TO KILL

RJAfTn »«•<!. Irom 6 pm, IvIAYL, W W(sst SASU, A. E. W. Mason’* Matoerpleoe THE DRUM. Witll RAYMOND MASSEY, VALERIE HOBSON and a cast of 5,000. Seats Bookable. Phone 34259. Free Car Park S REGAL, FENHAM CHARLES LAUGHTON CAPITOL, LOW FELL. CONTINUOUS PROM 6.15 pm. TEL. 76938
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
A CALL TO ARMS

A CALL TO ARMS

fMr. J. R. Andrews, Chairman of the Stewards’ Committee of Newcastle Freemen, reminds members that they are bound by oath to give military service for the defence of their city. Correctly interpreted, he says, the oath means that each should join up under any form of National or
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Fillets of Salmon

Fillets of Salmon

EMOVE the skin and bone - from 11.1 b. cutlet of salmon, cut It into slices about half-aninch thick. Sprinkle with pepper and salt, put into a buttered dish (or a soup plate will answer the purpose). Cover closely and steam over boiling water for 20 minutes. Dish on a border of
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
WAIVING £lOO FEE

WAIVING £lOO FEE

(T) Waive the £lOO entry fee required of all Jewish immigrants, provided they undertake to settle on the land and stay there. (2) Provide free farm lands. (3) Provide free farmhouses, and living accommodation for the settlers while they are being built. (4) Provide farm implemen
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
The Tees

The Tees

ARRIVALS. April 1.9 —Karen. Liverpool; Reiger, London; A*i S.. Rotterdam Tremwood, London; Glengarry, Hamburg: Sudan, Antwerp: Southport, Aberdeen. SAILINGS. April 19. —Wandsbel, Trieste; Welsh Rose. Rochester; Crescendo. Blyth; Nantaise, Tyne; Nado. London; Antrim Coast. Belfas
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
Ruick cure ~ VHEADACHE

Ruick cure ~ VHEADACHE

Ruick cure ~ HEADACHE and
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England
 
ACE SPURRED TEAM I TO rtbute

ACE SPURRED TEAM I TO rtbute

it* t B y CLUTI lie “' le i poor showing in 'ti match of the 8 Wembley two 0, was good to see the l eWCas tl e Speedway hackney Wick the ii Second Division com- .. Brough Park on tamty in their riding, so eml3 ley, was turned ac^ ; e a determination in to g toatch, and no one di
20 April 1939 - Newcastle Evening Chronicle - Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland, England