The Menace of the Liver Fluke by A. Thomson M.R.C.V.S. ,of the Wellcome Foundation
The life story of the liver fluke is a well-established part of most biology courses. At the present time, however, it is much more than a classroom specimen. Recent prolonged wet seasons have enabled it to become a serious pest, and farmers are at present suffering heavy losses due to its activities.
Arranged and introduced by Bill Hartley
Women at the Wheel: A popular fallacy about women drivers refuted by Mary Vernon
Polarised Light-an answer to night driving? Jack Davey lists its advantages and snags
Questions about the Marques-5: Nevil Lloyd interviews Davidi Yorke of Vanwalli on what might have been, and the chances of a revival
The week's motoring news, and other items of topical interest
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