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Wise And Otherwise

The biggest surprise to me in this fight on Russell (Bertrand Russell, English philosopher) is that we had no Catholics come out in the professor's defence.— The Rev. J. P. Delaney, S.J.

Hitler's reported declaration of dmmunity from attack for all pulp-containing ships is designed to enable the British Press (his secret weapon) to continue publication, . . —" Weekly Review."

The question of what to do with our soldiers after midnight has not been carried much further forward.—" Star" leader.

Lick your lips ... really wet them ... see how sexy this makes them look. —Lipstick advertisement in repute We paper.

I even go so far as to say that I should like to see park railings disappear, with the exception of those around Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, which saved us during the great strike as regards milk supply. —Sir Lionel Earle.'




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