Worldwide News September 02, 1974 Headlines
Mr. Armstrong completes Latin tour; doors opened for future meetings - Police veteran gives lecture at start of celebrity series - A Personal Letter from Garner Ted Armstrong - Overpopulation spurs U.N. conference - Market speculation, margin buying can be risky business for amateurs - Drought damages Nebraska corn; some may lose entire year's crop - International Division head holds Australian campaign - New Orleans elder blows own horn, becomes a prominent trumpeter - Singapore proves to be a good office site - Two couples take an economy trip, 1,300-mile vacation via motorcycle - Parisian, blinded in World War II, achieves success in art of poetry - Fair booklet-display booths bring literature to public - Members' footwork insures 'Plain Truth's' deliverance - Malaysian Feast site moves to beach resort - German S.E.P. completed; youths enjoy outdoor events - Speech Department chairman named for Pasadena campus - Tour opens doors for Work.
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