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1938 Newsweek October 24 - Henry Ford; Houdini; Palestine; Durocher

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October 24, 1938


 Great for birthday or anniversary gifts. We have several issues of this date. You will be sent the best one available. Some articles inside: Japan edits Mutiny on the Bounty violence and renames it "Travelers in the South Seas." Henry Ford gives under privileged boys a chance to work on his farm. German spies caught in the U.S.; Slump in Britain's prestige spurs new Japanese attacks; More troops in Palestine; The Church in Austria; 13 photos of World Championship Rodeo in Madison Sq Garden; Leo Durocher is boss of the Dodgers; Mrs. Harry Houdini has tried to contact him ten times after his death...and failed.

To see the flow of events please read listings beginning with January

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