In the first days of the fast moving invasion of Poland by the Nazis. LAWRENCE FENTON, young Britisher, with his wife, STELLA FENTON, is visiting her Polish uncle, an elderly man living alone in a fine old home on the slope of a valley. Fenton is purposely captured by the Nazis, and some time later, back in England, Stella Fenton reports to elderly SIR GEORGE FAWLEY, Chief of the Intelligence Department of the Foreign Office, who listens to her story of her husband’s being still among the Nazis with satisfaction.By MICHAEL ANNESLEY43 min
IT IS with National Government as with famed Finnegan — on again, off again. A few weeks ago, with one of the periodic surges of public criticism, it seemed definitely on; now, with the criticism seemingly subsiding, it appears to be definitely off.By THE MAN WITH A NOTEBOOK10 min
EVERY HOLIDAY season has its own special dish and some particular flavor is associated with our celebration of each important date. Easter claims ham, served whole in a crusty brown coat or brought to the table in thick, rosy slices which harmonize with the springtime color theme and appeal to springtime appetites.By HELEN G. CAMPBELL9 min
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