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RUDOLF STEINER CENTENARY- \If It- CURY ARTS GROUP. Rudolf Steiner house. 35 Park Road, London, N.W.I, at 7.15 p.m. Art and Education, by L. F Edmunds. Mon- day, 20th November, 1961. Admission 2/-. Students 1

"THE COMMON COLD--Man's Best Friend," Boris Chaitow. Caxton Hall, Mon. 20 Nov. 7.40. 2/6d. London Natural Health Soc. Details: 85 Stoneleigh Rd., Iltord.

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THE ROYAL INSTITUTE of British Archi- tects requires an Administrativ.: Assistant in its Department for liaison with architectural societies at home and abroad. The post is an exceptionally attractive one for a young titan or woman, with sonic administrative experience and a good knowledge of hinguages, of Which French would be essential, Spanish and Russian desirable. lie would be responsible to the Chief Information Officer for the day-to- day administration of the R.I.B.A.'s liaison services, including relations with the Inter- national Union of Architects, and the organ- isation of the Commonwealth Architects' Conference. The appointment would be made in the salary range £700 rising by annual in- crements of 50 to £1,250 according to age, qualification.s and experience. For further par- ticulars apply to the Secretary, R.1.11.A., 66 Portland Place, London, W.I.


Applications are invited for a post of ASSISTANT LECTURER or LECTURER in ENGLISH LITERATURE to begin duties on 1st October 1962. Initial salary according to qualifications and experience on the scale: Lecturer £1,050 x £50,1:1,400 x £75-£1.850, or Assistant lecturer: £800 x 004:950, with F.S.S.U. provision and family allowance. A grant towards removal expenses will be made. Further particulars may he obtained from the Reg- istrar to whom applications (3 copies) should be sent by 1st February 1962.

EXHIBITIONS AND LECTURES INSTITUTO DE ESPANA, 102 Eaton Square, S.W.I. Lecture by Dn. Carlos Sahatoln on "La generacion poshica do 1925" on the 23rd

- - - - - --- -- JEAN STRAKER'S Photo Nudes, the Un- glamorous truth. 5/-. Visual Arts, 12 Soho Sq.

LEICESTER GALLERIES November Exhibi- tions. New paintings by PIERRE LESIEUR: small pictures and metal reliefs by ANDRE BICAT; and a selection of paintings, drawings, sculpture by MODERN MASTERS.- Leicester Square, 10-5.30. Saturdays 10-I. Until 22nd.

MARLBOROUGH. 39 Old Bond St., W.1 (HYD: 6195). "French Landscapes," Bon- nard, Cdzanne, Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Van Gogh, etc. In aid of British ORT. Adm. 2/6, students I!-. Daily 10-5, Sats. 10-12.

MODERN JEWELLERY. 800 pieces from 32 countries at International Exhibition of Modern Jewellery (1890-1961). Goldsmith's Hall. Foster Lane, Chrapside, E.C.2. Daily 10.30-6.30 (not Sundays). Oct. 26 to Dec. 2. Adm. 3/6 (students 1 /6). THE LINCOLN GALLERY



UNIVERSITY OF LONDON: A course of two lectures entitled (1) "Social Comedy in 15th- and 16th-century romances"; (2) "Trans- lators and their sources" will he delivered by Professor Margaret Schlauch (Warsaw at 5.30 p.m. on 27 and 29 November at the Uni- versity of London, Senate House, W.C.I.- Admission free, without ticket. James Hender- son, Academic Registrar.

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON: The John Collin Memorial Lecture, entitled "Mediaeval Love- Sang," will be delivered by Sir Maurice Bowra at 5.30 p.m. on 28 November at the Uni- versity of London, Senate House, W.C.I. Admission free; without ticket. James Hender- son, Academic Registrar.

VISIT UPPER GROSVENOR GALLERIES, 19 Upper Grosvenor St., London, W.I. Tel.: HYD 3091, Open 10 a.ni..6 p.m. Sats. 10-1 p.m. OLD and MODERN MASTERS.

WHITECHAPEL ART GALLERY: Derek Hill: A retrospective exhibition of paintings and drawings 1938.1961. 23rd November to 31st December. Weekdays 11-6: Sundays 2-6; closed Mondays and 23rd to 26th December-in- clusive. Admission free. Adjoins Aldgate East Station.


DOSTOEVSKY ANNIVERSARY MEETING. Chairman: Richard Church, C.B.E. Soviet and British speakers. 2,45 p.m. on Saturday, 18th November, 1961, at Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, London, W.C.I (near Holborn Under- ground Station,).-Tickets, 3/6 (including tea), obtainable at the door or in advance from the Secretary, The Great Britain-USSR MS 0 - elation, 43 Parliament Street, London, S.W.1. (Telephone WHI 5250/3342.) CHRISTIAN ACTION WITH ANTI-APARTHEID MOVEMENT

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DOCTOR TAKEN OUT TO DUTCH TANKER GREAT YARMOUTH & GORLESTON. NORFOLK. At 10.58 on' the morning of the 24th March, 1960, Lloyd's agent at Great Yarmouth informed the honorary secretary that there was a sick man aboard the Dutch tanker Mare Novum, which was proceeding towards Yarmouth Roads. The master had asked for a life-boat to.meet him with a doctor. The life- boat Louise Stephens. with a doctor on board, was launched at low water at 1.2. There was a fresh easterly wind with a heavy swell. The doctor boarded the tanker and found the patient lying in the engine room with severe internal injuries. He decided the man was in too bad a state to be landed by life-boat. The tanker entered the harbour, where the patiePt was taken by ambulance to hospital. The life-boat reached her station at 1.31.

This is another true .story of the Life-boar Serrice.r--tj:pfra of the work that is going on day and night, year in, year out.

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