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: The Children's Hour

' The Man from Mars '
Part I of a new Adventure Serial by J. D. STRANGE author of ' Contraband ', and ' The
Treasure of Grethly Graith '


Unknown: J. D. Strange


including Weather Forecast and Bulletin for Farmers, followed by Western Announcements


JOAN ALLEN (violin)
This choir was formed about eight years ago from members of the firm of the Horstmann Gear Company, Bath. The practice hall is lent by the Director of the firm, who is the president. Although employees of the firm are still in the majority, some good vocalists from outside have also been enlisted in order to maintain balance. The choir has appeared on many occasions at the Pump Room and the Pavilion, Bath.


Conductor: Frank Pickering
Violin: Joan Allen

: Wit, Fun, and Humour

Gilbert Norwood who is Professor of Classics and Director of Classical Studies at the University College, Toronto, was Assistant Lecturer in Classics at the University of Man-
Chester from 1903 to 1908, and Professor of Greek at the University College, Cardiff, from 1908 to 1926. He has published many works, and is a contributor to monthly reviews and classical journals.


Unknown: Gilbert Norwood


Weather Forecast and News


(Regional Programme. See page 42)

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