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.1 . f- I h HARRELL ALFRED EDITOR our (By LtnSE! PARKS BANES) CaI6rajaji-;thVs '-I - ^'->j^r--^f^^^ '•-' r' r -- secri -.-^ -..-'" - -* '• - •«' at^reeent Garroll 11: th e ;;Ten?iessee ; Beanie ^down;^£o^""" ,.„ . .-. ,..._..- - - -jt.-.--.i-.-- 1 ------ mormn g; at ten election ; -looked^ at .the ; '- F r" more —• f f. - * 'I _ BlJ -' ' * '. ''. • and are news • -" - i •" * pur ' ll iia- •%J '"I.; % -' / .*_-- "-'- --• '- . .. -.' l r-'.',\^-'£.7. -•- - ~f^ ', .F - Wi:"?^r:.^£j;&^^^^^ :. : ':;v".;vvv-_!r-.vv: |x^^;^.^pci%uaaQiis^;,^:C::y----vfe^^^^^ I^B^^C^^ffi^^^^^-<ii^ ; ^ -.-•••:- -t-:-\ --. PS TA p W>. T: W- 'V dtiriown goverhmential ..•'-".,- ' ' ! .- - ^^f --..'--'• -•' - ' . - ,•.—. - ' ' {- ^;V. : ;-^v- '• L on^ > HniTtV:Ti^ ITlril'P *V-V 1 -i t '-' v Tc^.VJUM:4lJUiiV : '*^ : J^-'' 1 ' C -V^^ JLJliWJ-C fe^^^^^^^6^v^^^-iH' - :• &"^ i; ^ ; ^ - genceslaHeontinue feedk t^^^5*^iiftK^^r:^ — »-- --i, -_' -(»;''*i -' .^ir^-j'v^T.-.^ sixth -• oMhe; globe - - - -.-,'<"'• - * . - v. f . 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" ' i and •were-"seated as wprthy aiid ; worthy ^patron-respec- /Security Chapter of the Or~ i' - . - . , i j i . r • • ' . .. •• the Easterd Staa* Saturday iFred;/ Bortori: has returned from.; Monterrey, Mexico,: where "she r "~ * •• h r- l - ^ ^^ l * " l F -LI: •_- ---ii . i j -'.- - i . • - - - , •-•.-». .- • ' --,'-.. ies. Three of the^ appeared, time fit orAhrisias giving, -^ arid ; in f or Christmas reading f or- of material;- all - :-.^>./. ;7.- /: , himself^ poet writer, has gath- together ,oine 700 selections, pi-6se, dealing > with of every type: The girls, of men and Women, •: he love; f or money i the ^ love the love of ani- volume. ping^ut'huntiiig;;tKei^a^afteg^l^ r ^ n ^:^ to v we3c P nie ^r • first grand- *irtTi''.--/"-'**rnv*A«:' 'Ao™«''- «n%.A'^«^'ii'«--^«V^i fViiVi'•' Tinis " "PA^AIM.^!* TVavirm , Vin^ri earne *•• ^U« L- - ' w- • > f*V« 4«L « ^' *•-!.' I f-' ". — ' ,--.^- J ' - Charlie;^Til bet: that-;grasshopper-^•+*' j-i-.. .^•- JL '.:-l ;r-.*•-•: •-i .^T-'f•.•--;;•^-•-i.-' ..."?;- r ^ r i.^ I-mean - , ' j»»^ ^- hink. - • '- ' »- * -T ^ r — - r ' n_ ' "-*'* ' 'j— LL— •'''--•—-'.•-• -':-—.'--._ .to,":hisv; dying -fdayMhat;he /knocked ' tht • .. .' I-- ..••• .--.-..-— •• iss Martin - explained/ rwas iqn Marin; .child, .- - -* Federicb Travino, born . - * h - T - - - 1 .-• - '• TWENTY YEARS AGO (The .Californian,'this date. 1926) • ' •' • w r" ,iv . "slstieiit-iaha-: ; eff6cti\ -•• /f- . •'"-.- •*. -;• - -> vi : ;...• -:-.-. A^. .'- '._T-: •'"> T --Z,'.:. ' --_ -. ..^ .,:-- -•: ;- 1 ~-'+^r*' *"™ : * k* ' -:: i ; " '-/ v i r '-r : V-^^^ r --"'=^ ^'^i';'-^- 1 '^ v,£ ^v^v. ^r^w 1 any rate/th^t Russia has,nol>miich^ta^conc6al a PSYCHOJ 0 Cicail^ ^at 4 who; cam^iirtp^avjstor^the ^day '• after r£ ^• : '^-fe^^^'^^^- : ^^-^le ~. . 'x - '^-11, .'--ji-' * i.V-*. .1. 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Tells /Difficulties pf; ^um^Baw Enforcement.- ; /;; M Baker.sfield -Mattress Company ;wiil irect - a^facto^y at thje corner of Fre-: mont and Gage streets. - f ; ^r Dedication./ jtf.:: the;;'::: hew . :$200 f 000. wing;; of Mercy^ Hospital, set for^ Der cember ;19,; has been postponed; -uiitjll .Taiiuary 9, "acording to Sister Mary worn an i, cabinet member and u) worn- -• •- •- -- •' - . : cheese-cake: ssy <•• ,-. , /It; read-a leUer;frpm;orie;6J>herAwomen workers;; say ing^th^ifc the•'national^cpmipltee)n£n-;v!^r£v-aj£ •>v^s ward nee]er^ ; bu^^ f^ .. • Reece allthe^G; • O. * hard, work" ^will:ture mosk c •.;--'-r-;:-'-' : -----''zr-^'ii--:'^ .econoime4llsiir£=*v£^ :"• \-' : -, ' J - '-:,'--'•' - '- : ---- ^-X^-V^:::--^ '-- •- --~v"- -VV-' —. - : .^"^' : -' : ^^'^''^'^^^-.-:^'^'^ ;'-- tibri '^ • - t r >^-f-.-'--! -3. ^-'-_: .rnnds^ . ' •«•. 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"TT ••:'-'! * J t - • '•-''- ''••-•*-*•''?•* Kai-shek, js ? one rtha t - •• --* -.' F ,1' - x T . f '». - \ , » .-}'-.-••*-$ -.. : ^. i • . -i. v.-^,''-:-•'. L -j', f> -•-- ' ^ i ^. _ j .' * : j: L ,-. -.::-^'S'-- .--'.-•,"..- '.-•'•'.fT :^-k-£'av-:;-:•«--., i.-rr^ r' H >' -'. I - i - . .r •i> '. I I :-, - L : vj'. .-r-."', •-• ''- 1 '- 1 . -•'•' '.TV -- - h . '~ ;; Report that '*- -'-*- ^ • ' - * j — ' ar rear - , •__ . • . • m »••-;:''-'"; • •<•'. positions i-i 1'. ^^^ *,, 'J"' ,1 t 1 ' i' L -v - * « - - . •'- / V- r .:= • - ji-. L". ' -" - ' ^-;- • , *' i acter. .1 -- . •• ' — , ^ amzation -~' m - • .'-* - ~ g coast ^ : coun ty^i ire t : depar aen t ^ " ' ' ' '.'-., ?r?' - • ••-•..f '•----.~ , s- ;v-;/WTieii;ypu think of yourself alone^ Jnat's: how .people ought to leave you. FQR;TODAY on • •-.---: -Nationalist ,.. ..-..... . and the Chinese, -' : t»^ '.•'*: •all our ^* a^cessa- onc before . ' \ '. '-.' •• • ~.> ^"l- - ' ^ ".•'• -'.'-v • -i ;-.*». , I', i'. r ' " ' . ,Hh'»"" L, L "- . -•,-•'• —- ^ -_ - ' . * ,% ''./•"- j :> - . "•' •—<« ' -'--- j l ^ '. , ' * T hr -^- d -r _ . . -^ . ,_- - - ji * but Ann-Byorafemade-her debut the ;-.'-• •--'-"• -' ' * '• • ^ .• * m - "•'*"•'- - r - •,.-'-'•- •, , • * -i " '-. ' • ' --. ^i*',«'^M*«±^i-i,.-^ ^-^'-.'-.Tr—n —ii*•—:»-•;•-•- ^_ \- -: \ s 'it -* iy den /;r has v ; h is;; -jschbon er • -. ^>^ Jor] ' " •.• V Promised^anh":•: )^ped VfOr:^ . ( Professional ' .Worn- en's; Club '•'-.members'- will entertain . . , - - i. i-i^,-i . , . - . - ^ ^ /their employers at a banquet in Jan- •en and Friends"; : andvthe Fret"; :\ "Love , -- -' - r irteEb arid ;Urirequited : '; as well as /-^liany ptheYs r H/ Browsing in this KriA1 ~ - is : ; a'n"; experiencV One meets rnany old^ fayorites. and encounters ImanyAnew/ ^selections and ideas. In the com- wiihout love, not ^but even imder- r says ' onlj^^: s^nding V ;;;is ; Uitnaittainable. His pages rajige/icfrdta" ancient CJreece: to mod;•"!•; -for the inaterial meaning. --—•-' '.-'*' '-'—-' 1L X^as; a\Child;V : a, Collection of chHd- hod^memdrfeg irom the autobi- ograpliies):of;;39^ leading- British aud American: writers. The reader shares the heart : breakingr poverty of Mar- watches Mary Austin emerge .into consciousness; or regains Paradise :fn Missouri with Mark Twain, This is a book for reading and ve-reatling, for it portrays the early promise of many great men and women, and reveals how they overcome initial obstacles that would , have overwhelmed lesser souls. At this time of year, the third anthology is particularly appropriate. This, too. was edited by Kdward Wagenknecht, and it is "The Story of Jesus in the World's Literature." The book itself is beautifully made, with delightful illustrations by Fritz Xredel. It is divided into nine sections, each .dealing- with a part of j story- In the first section on "His Coming," we find MUton's great "Hymn on the Morning of Chrises. Nativity," and also the two moat beautiful of all stones', Van Dyke's "Story of the Other Wise Man/' and Elisabeth GOUURG'S "Well of the Star." One part deals with ^ i .. the legends which have clustered about Christ; and another with the social gospel. Maxwell play, ''Journey to eluded in the section on "The Hid- r den Years." Poem?, plays, fiction, and prose are all here; all that has been written by the masters of li'ier- 5 ature., on the greatest of ail These three books may be r- rowed through any branch a* -t Kern County Free Library. i ^Standard School has won the first certificate of merit to be given by ;N^tibnal Safety Education Board in ICern.county,: It 'was received by Principal J; J.oVl organ today. t , THIRTY YEARS AGO Califortiiaiu this date. Its 1 Standard Oil Em\ T \ ^-. ; ; ployes -Are Given . Another Wage ;Raise;|; $6.500: Added to Payroll of ' !" JH'^' r L 1"^' *^ *^ ^ L X l' ' \ J ^^ Company,In ICern County; ^ J^; Great ^Britain's daily war cost was e^timated;in ilroridon - today at 5,710,* lews and the New s J. M.;ROBERTS, Jr., Associated Press .Foreign Affairs Analyst • " - - - ' • - •' ~ '..". • ' - . - ^~^ * r :^Something:very like the wartime 'A ' " I ^ Chenqweth entertained 'at;the jchiidren's pafi-ty tTRs afternoon .. i s: ; ;frpm Berlin',today reveals that Hred v Zimmerman, German ^secretary of foreign affairs, promises ;tnat::ple.dges to' American on sub-ma- Prehch- : underground campaign is goine." on now :in;Mbscow-d6minated "Poland. :>AlthbughSthe-government controls i .-,j the country's ^resources and major armk; suppHes^iwidespread guerrilla Avai*farej -heavy: casualties, the number of troops involved and overflow- F B ' ^ ' -.-.''' i »^ ff . •*'! 11 t*^"i »-i s\ i f\r\ 4- js .** »-*-* *^ -r » rt *-*-* -^-*-* +• 'j-tf f+t i P ? "The underground is reported to have killed 15,000 politicians, security police; Russians and plain civilians since the Commuhist government came to power. . The militia alone admits loss oC 2000 killed and 4000 wounded in r ' fights with "the guerrillas, of \vhom they claim to have killed 2000. The government has had to irineiwarf are will e ept. '''•• ' :;; new : oil , rigs are erected , in Antelope valley. .' . .-•''' . .--• • - • .'• -i- - • - . . . - . . being - L '_, '. .-<,' ..r . I" r ' FORTY YEARS AGO .e Josephine in-My Flying^Ma. ;..,.--.-./--.';- -•;> ;;.. • \.- "._... . '--.-..V -•;,• ••'.-.-, i.:..._.,.:;;-.;,:-;. -;.- -, s ^/epidemic*.; of --idiyorc^^^Vank? v " ;quipped: "fTheise: daj v s : it-sfiiot^ ,.-.I/. -Inigrahani /entertained the^ni^rnbers of ; :Jplly OFive HundrW ' ^^^ H ' J »_ ^^~ly^^'^ ''*-'r'^*- |J hL '' r ' J l " ^ ;.Glub;jyesterdayi"':--^ "-;•.;..;";; •,•, ' ".•.•.',: businessmen have ctie'd^to'^carry;.'on. work of the :Tra(3e : for the coming 1 year: peacock;,,. Ed-;: Kingr, A. S. Tupman, , H^ G. Parsons and Fred ^Guntlier,;- ;; ;....:.--:;"" ; : -;' : --.v ./:-'••'• '•'' - •'..' : vh'bklers of Union l^.bor Jour- ^electe^:the .following •officersv^M.;>Tr ; .Keari:-i;3?arker Bar- jretti ':'} .T^. s '.".W^.; Harris, L. F. Bosley, ing jails indicate.'a movement of suf- J regulai* army divisions at times to ficjehf/size'to suggest possibility of maintain even a semblance of control in some areas. Refugee Poles have predicted if free elections were hold the government would lose, and-if elections are not free there will be a civil war, The govermncnMuu-asseU Polish Peasant party claims to represent a majority of.the people and is supported, although it repudiates the civil war.: -'•-" i ,^ i : ; f " . : . • - ' . • -• . * ~~ - - • •• ' • - r • - - 1 • ' . -'..----•-. - - - • The -government"' itself estimates x^-j' 11 "-' 1 *' -• ;5t: hblas, - 10,000 .political prisoners. Heightened pre-election activity- by - " - • *^ . '-'•-••.-'.•-' • L - * " L security; and ; military cotirts increases "the number daily. ,:".• :- .'--•-,-•. •-••;.^....-. 1 -•••:.-.•-. ,. * - • • - • • ; ;Undergr!>und~?bahds are increasing "•---•--,----' - - .'. '-'.•- -- their::;att;acks;:pn; Tillages, state: ihsti- tutions^.;and:; government officials. T.ne-.bands apparently consist -largely. -'-;,'-••-'' -. r ^"'\ •''--,- - -'-'- ,f- - ' • , - • * • • . "-the old underground r /which/ rfought the Germans. The governitnent^elaims they are sup- from;-outside by Poles who jpaned: Athe" Allied forces in ; JEurope, ^: necessary Jsccrecy surrounding s .your ; •T.":.;: j ;OTarlii:Martin ; s^^ tVt'^R- Ofrrt'WrT"' ".-• i-wFilT ~ Vkrt' ^ Vi f*~ - *> ci-t»*4" -; rtrt^t'^-o **1" Totter; ; ^ > ; Jim ; Jordan son : '' -•.. •?• - ••-. , --r, -. -_ -. . :..-.,_.,=..-•.•-.. -. an ;associate producer ; at- Monogram '•_jiv-j"i .:'->•-• "•'•• • ~' -*r——i.-L.^" _>-i'»T-\..r_'l'^i"V'-:-— i-'j" studio lartha.:'riscll;:an(i after • Joan v Crawford ? left for i New; _;; , *-' ' ' -^ "-,'••'• ^ L - . • '-fg^'- '• ..--*•*'- ^- ,-' .' ', '. -' ' ^ -' • -" -•' • \r rt l-»T»- *, "..''-',• ,'''.' -'" - tIK L f ,, r r'.F ,-,'-. ' •, -.' L , J ','".;.' '-,• : - -^ ", ''!."-. > ^Leora^ Thompson; ;the agent ^ ••:•-.-- ^. • .-•_,;-. -.- ; *T • -.v V.-;,- •*,. -_..*?; -.-vv-:; . . .wangles fancy comniissions fr : ;sorne- Tanya; •<_^.-t-v.v-HO-i:r •= ^-.-^- : fS5r|^e^p^s1»|M|fr^na^nnV ^hov,ttf.^|ffifcrput^es7^d^ '''J-- ^» - I -*• ,, idecorated^ • ^ : i^itam iri^ -'^ ofthe nation's, to;p : f ight V has ippen^d- s, JHoHjrvyood^b 1 exploit,; she hopes, such : dabblers;{ln l b^ ^ ^ ^H ^ ^^ _^H ' * V W v_«. _^M _u • J • ^ ^Bl. .K • v_^ ^B_ T • ' ' • ^b^ K _ l l^m 4 _f 1 l'.u ^.d ^ ar as Lionel Barrymore .and^GeorgeJ San'd-; *irs '•".-:-"'•,' • " ^ • .'•' ..'-,- '•', -•- -:".',• '••- -'-I:"'. • '"7- ".•:-.••• ~'--'* •'-'--'• Ci D. -- - - '. . • ;._•-.'••.;•.. ,-..•--. •'.-;. ..-••- •> - -1 |t : :' ; Judy " : air 0 show; -will : :eep ''-'' figures : ipepple^^have /seen^^The Bells "fbf^St^ :^far^S;^ ^Only X37,ObOiOO^:s4w^''Gpne' r.ii's^K.'^i-.k 5 T^ri?,^ >>'--»-^-.--- : --&ia~-. : T-'-n^nK**~ :: the I l*Tl ;Theater- br __ . - ,- .- -.::-. - .. ;•. - - jj - * -"- -'-,"• ^ down:an:- ffer. : ppnosedrto husband:^_4-;.''irtf^''ai)pea 1 rr 1 ahl|r^^togetlier-dih^;the^ ; same:^ >nir.t1Irel^•:•Tt.^ffftTifi^allv"• : Tnafees ; .fni*;,-Tirn-^ :;-SeImateam:^*iH play Baker'sfield In r" skatfe/.pblq^ match tonight at Rink.r ^:V entombed -miner at Ed; iias succeeded in widening his niche viri; the .rocks and 'is able to ;tiifn; overhand sit up.••. n - . ' *, .'•••• AGO ,- fcbis Sate, 1S9B) -.' . ' 'i •-- . f -• ^ ' - - - : ' - -.'•-• :Beef:tcattle?are! setting at $30 a nt.Inyo county. the .; guerrilla^ ^bands' also seems to support publicly, by the del-ground groups, especially the NSZ:(National Armed Forces) headed by Vice-Premier, Mikolaczyk. The NSZ takes the position—or at least some of its widely scattered commanders do—that a Pole who fails to support them is in effect f , ; a foreign-controlled gov- purely ^brigaridorces. .ernment, and his home is subject to "the torch, and his goods to confiscation. --.-."" ' ., Seitions-anci nswers (By THE HASKIN SERVICE) is. meant by ,.the ; naval -prder; "clear, the decks for action' 1 ?— M --''- 17* - .vj. 1 - to be fairly ;pelt4d; ^with balls during the holi- •^y?;/:'.They-/are the ;talk, of the j. V'liouis. : : Fickert : came down from ^Eear;.A r alley this morning. He re-, ports v itaina ; \__ /terdayl . weather/in the moun- considerabie rainfall yes- .. , , . /;;Ai- The ^havy department says that the Border ''clear: decks, for action" or Vclear for actiori 1 ' means 'that all o b- jtructipns- Vwhipti: would interfere with ::prpper;iVfighting of the .;ship" are:;tobe'Cleared^' Lifelines are lowered! Wooden ^decking jettisoned, uii- hecessaz'y aJidVdarigerous items, such as furniture, are -thrown overboard, and small boats are destroyed or - . . ;Q/; : ::Who: invented the corset? y. County /Cleric I. L. Miller, : accompanied by a;friend, went hunt-' 1 1ifig: ; :yesterciay, - They r Hilled a mpn- ; eale '.that: measured eight; feet ,from tip to 1 ip of wings, U^^s^^hoy^^asithe'largest winery :in':>^SeEWorld;:.•' -Its capacity per sea- ;spii>^exceeds/li500,000. ; • .; ,. .- ..,^ ' , -' • ._ ~'-.f.-__ A;; It Is -not-known when corsets were first: worn. Tight lacing: was knbwri; in the twelfth century,- Stays appear in early inventories of .worn- en's ;attire. :One authority siates v._ that pprsets iwere. invented by th Germans ; and-introduced by the; n Q. 'Can you quote the verse which was Written to phow that every Say of the week is observed as a <^ay of worship somewhere in the world?—' A. r>.-L. l r A. "Christiana worship God "on Sunday ^Grecian zealots hallow Monday, Tuesday Persians spend in prayer, Assyrians Wednesday revere, Egyptians Thursday, Friday Turks,, on Saturday no Hebrew works," n Q. How many perfect games have been recognized by the American Bowling Congress to date —L. P. R. A..As of August 1946, the -American Bowling"Congress had officially recognized 3,209 perfect games since 1906, heae 3,209 awards have gone to only 2,791 bowlers due to the fact that some men have been able to roll two or more 300-games. S r- 1 ;?™^ffi?^j(ifye^ •'.tbe : iixt IHT m^&^^?&^ *^'^^\'^*:,^?r^^^^ - : »*-;. :,.;. ,>,;-.. &-*:.-- ..,-- ^::-?^v:f!;/-CH' ^ i-j ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ - . . ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^ " Lr ^.-^ r f I I causes -' of iyC ijsed tO>burn wi bang-;.; children, • nqwadjaysj/the^; i 3and ; ^books ^ani SS^|ili^^l|^-S;^ e .a;: ; state eliminate^ ^ patrol A ..,--! ... . -h- J ~f Ll »- -F I *.^LI~ I f J ^ f ^^ .~ .X—Q&-: ; £i .^"••ivjw.*-- -:•: -;~ -' -^V • ^'ji^M^^i^^^h^iti^^r ?w~ r; .-$ ,-^r^v^ Strikes; arid ;uiire'st;:'pn{the/^h^lders;; of' tne'workingvman^We tiavS atrthe' ¥•' -- presentxnioinent a party^who ; says tnat ; labor can obtain : a :twenl;y-fi ve i-"- ~ . • • ' - -~ - • • . - • . . ~, -- '. - " ' ' . - - ,, . per cent increase increaser prices.^ ;Another party;" It is i.-. a fallacy.^ Both - ; - '• : ', .-- ' - ' - . " • • - ^ , ' • -, - ;f the ^average: :^o ia : haying: a orchis; ; %ages. point Van .imparti^bpai th^'^whblec industrial, picture ^and: ^-.•..-.;--i- -..: r .v "•-,-.•- '. - 1 "i"- : -•>.•-. VV""".:' 7 -:'. -.---- ; : : " -.--=, . J -V"V.:-^. -'Tender ^aji^ opinion othat everyonercan^ uriderstaiid. :- After ' .i o - : American politics the party that loses Conoff-year elections loses presidential; election, but their 1 figures. i ^Vhb invented the gyroscope? ' have voted a pai-ty tn of i power if: the country "is pros- perousx;at .the time of the. general election,—James A.^Parley. '" ' .t'.'^v'•••-' i-' '•-'•'•' .".''- ' •- v' '' • • ",'"'... L - . ' : :• internatidnal Court of Justice m set up;; But men do not r H - ' J _ I . ' ^ * _'nl A - _ l_ ; bplieveHn; justice ;enough to entrust tfee;;}-court;: with- ; the/ settlement : of questions arising but ^pf the war—T)r. h rx ^" h '- L 'J+-^ h . ' . L- f j |^^^- *^ ^* :|ernieritusjXassar College.'' :: decent: existence. of each of V:Dr. Elmer A; Sperry. la '1904, AVhile watching v his children play with :a^ gyroscope, top. Dr. Sperry was ^sdVimpressea; with the features of:=;, a^, gyroscope r rotor that he analyEed:-their,; possibilities and la;ter; d^yoteti his time to the^r commercial applicktibri. . -- '<';-'.'•-'''-''-' ' .-<<'•• i' 1 - -^ '-'" "" . • . " ' " ' - ' ' ' — - r , •-..-. " ' \ - • ' "What, is th«v most northerly ; P. at the Quaker statesman John. Bright as a, "peace-at-any-priee" man and the term has Kinco been to^ refer to any extreme pa- town in iliis^oii . ^arth^ almost ^certainly rests jjup^ri^hb^^well the "American who o-na n;: his :: lesson succeeds in his •iii'teaching".it-^Philin E. •• - - - •-. *—* .* ;nedy/;pak;IUdge, Tenn.; high school -teachier^-^';;^: : ' : ; v."' ^-;-'.".W : >'. .-"/. ' • "•-.;' ^citiiseiiship participation lies >yitality '-of^ a depiocracy.^-^Da.- Lnifenthal, chairrrian Atomic Commission. FTS ;*r. . Oresgon: ; mailnian: ;killed : - the Ifth^aos-Athat^attacked him. He ; tired , of his job being .a to :?; either -r ha rig\ "' or ;hation: ; of;-: both; '••.•;-.'->.-- r - i. - . - -v... . ... .,•-••' '• . i~ hJ-^' fl - yOire nterested, the old jura p- rope fr is: on sale again as a Christmas; -gift*. If - : you're hot, skip if '•-'-V'V;^.;^-. •:---•:-;-:;. / -,.,"-.'. ....-.-'.--. **' -." i- u." • -' .. ,"-^' barber ::bili; shows that shaves;/cost 50 'Ce6ts;over a hundred; •yBars;vago;> • 3>et^/ stop! laughing at tHei/beardspin oar family/albums. Apartment house landed three/"/ families to move *eea;tSsef of /new babies. -For crying ;:pW^;36ud2;'./^'/-?v^/^:-.'.'',;-;.;'-:; : '/-"''--- -.." _ .-••• g^XipaLncial;-ij>set-^doesn't bother -i&!*& "after you get ac>new friends. : rfeKt, Korway. However, : in;;. spite of its northern latitude;:%e harbor is kept free of e: yearVrpiindi "by warm west- North Adantic rift -iJriginatJTfg in .the :Gulf of Mex- '••---•-':. - . - ' ' .-.'•'"* . • •' ico, ; cifist. j , Q. I won an automobile -on a raffle by the purchase of a 10-cent, chance; Do I Jiave to report this on my Income tax retuvn? — G. B. R. A, The retail price of the auto- • ^TV mobile which you won minus ten cents must be reported as a part of your taxable income on your 194G Income tax return. , • ' Q. When were book matches first used .for advertising purposes?— 1 * ; ^hat^ls; the estimated total value of agriculture as a business? business, agriculture: was" valued at 000,000: oh: January 1, 1946, according to ::a; ;; Tepprti ; 6f tthe department of agriculture^ :;-;V; IL . p. : ;What was the total Communist ;:the: -last •'•• tour presidential voe In ;- ! ;-i"932 tliei /Communist i vote wasa02 t 99lVin^6.it was 80,159; in 1940 / itvwas ^46,251^ There^. was -no Cominuiiist: presidential candidate in 19<4;\5/:v.-:g^;;;-v"4;;./ ' ,- - •."'""/•-. 0 • QvvTOiat^is the' i>ay of a private soldier ;im;ehina?T--L.Q. : Av/TJn^er 1 a/recent order foir raise of:..paj^,; a:/priyate v;in-." the army of receives the .month/ A full general^ receives/:$125 a month;" • i r - f L the people;in the United; Stateslvbwn their homes? :P.- H. . T. A. Book matches were invented In the 1850s, but not produced until many years later. The first one issued was an advertisement of the Mendelssohn Opera Company. " _ \ i Q. Where is the Devil's Highroad? B. H, A. Devil's Highroad or El Camino del Diablo, is in the extreme southwestern .-part of Arizona." The name no doubt derives from the fact that hundreds of travelers have died of thirst in this dry and desolate area. L f Q. How many Latin American countries were liberated by Simon Bolivar?— D. L. B. A. Bolivar led a series of revolutions which resulted in liberation from Spanish rule of six countries VA.;- According ;'to: a sample survey conducted in :N6vember 1945^ 53.2 - " ' - '.. „ '.'-'-•*-•-' - -. • '-•- • - • .' • per;vc«n.:o •. ie>- population of the United-States: own; their homes. Did the .United States ever have a consul in,-New Orleans?—N. ; K. I. ; A;; From ;i^faTch-, 3, 1797, until Ixjuisiana !was "transferred to the United States oh April 30, 1S03 the Uiuted a "consular official of the geeral -. Nations / A. ; G- - : £/• '-- Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru and Bolivia. 4 T^^ _J ^ Q. How much of the total quantity of crude oil produced is used to make gasoline?—-T. E. H. A. Approximately 43,7 per cent of United States crude oil production is converted into gasoline. The. remainder is used for kerosene, fuel oil, lubricants and other products. L_ Q. TVhat :is the largest structure that has ever been built by man?— J. N. -R. A. It is Grand Coulee "Dam on the Columbia river in the Btate of Washington, by far tae largest man-made structure in the world. ---.it; - t kept .-••:--, prayers are ;• " ' ' '" of coast line 2 statute; niiies of ^coast; line : of :virhich 85SO miles are on ;e/:tlie Book of Esther unknown; Q. "Wh^n and by whom was the- first map made in this country?— G. T. H, ' A. John Fowler of Boston -made the first map printed in America in 1677. ; It was a woodcut depicting New England, -: ;.'•,.• • - L " ' ^ -- ' '•'- '• - "• ' : - Q. Cicero once said that an annual income of 600,000 sesterces would enable oiie to_- live like a gentleman. How much would this be in United States dollars?—F. H. K. • A. Cicero*s figure equals about $30,000. .A rpa'der can ptt tbe aaswer to any question . of facJ by wjiting Tiie KaJiersfietd Cali/orniaa : 3nformaiton Bureau. 3IS Kje Street, ; ;Washington 2 t i>. C ior reiom posuge. v. ,-v.

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