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BECAUSE THEY COULPN'T GET THEIR yy S&SjTS CAR OUT ON ACCOUNT OF ANOTHER CAR BLOCKING THEIR feCj& ' -i I A PRIVEWKYi THAT FRED PERIEY HA9 BEEN SEEN PUSHINS XAK V THE STRANGER'S CAR ACROSS THE PRlVEWAY HIMSELF AFTER LISTENING TO A EURO. PEAN DICTATOR "I," he said, "excuse my knife-Am knife-Am champion of the broader life; I," he said, "excuse my gun-Am gun-Am just a little ray of sun." "You," I said, and raised my hand, "I find quite hard to understand; How can you be my guiding light While slugging me with left and "right?" "I am," he said, "a leader kind-Excuse kind-Excuse my wallops from behind The things I do are for the best-Excuse best-Excuse my fist; it's just a test!" "Your logic isn't overclear," I said (then landed on my ear); "It's hard to think you such a lamb When underneath your feet I am." "I am," he said, "a leader kind If you can't see it you are blind; I want this world a sweeter place-Excuse place-Excuse it if I bash your face!" "I somehow fail to follow you," I said, now very black and blue; "How can I see you as my hope? You're standing on my chin, you dope." . "You are," he said, "so very dense, It always gives me great offense; f I but run you up a tree You question if it's best for thee." "It isn't very clear," I said, "When you have knocked me nearly dead, ; That every new atrocity s done to make it nice for me." "I am," he said, "the Voice of Good-Excuse Good-Excuse my bomb! (I knew you would) ; I am all sunshine and all bliss . . . Take that . . .and that! and this . . . and this!" HOW ABOUT IT? Judging from what Mr. Knudsen Jays, our national defense program has developed Into a lag show. - "Germany has nothing against the American people. Germany has all long recognized the Monroe Doctrine Doc-trine as a basic principle." Berlin newspaper. Wanna bet? IMPRESSIONS General de Gaulle: Man Without 1 Country. Tommy Harmon: The Michigan Limited, with shoulder pads. H. L. Mencken: Hermit dwelling In a huge dictionary. John Garfield: Pix bad boy. I. J. Fox. Danger! Corves Ahead! ("The London Board of Trade refused re-fused today to reconsider its order jutting British corset production 50 per cent of last year's sales." News item.) rhe Ship of State for an even keel, Needs tons and tons of corset steel, The die is cast, the Fates have written writ-ten That ladies now must bulge for Britain! Louise Shaw. Ex-Kaiser Wilhelm has rejected a chance to return to Germany. There's one man who has sense enough not to make any move before be-fore the final score. "Whitestone Bridge, New York Sways at Times." headline, about calling it the Great White owayi Mussolini is shuffling generals because be-cause he doesn't like the way the war is "running." LO, THE POOR INDIAN! On the Tonawanda Seneca reservation reser-vation in New York, the United States government made its 14rih annual presentation of six yards of calico to each Indian in the Iroquois Confederation Saturday, keeping a treaty of 1794. A speaker glowingly reminded the Indians (and the assembled as-sembled newsreel men and camera men; tnat the United States was keeping a faith which was "lininno in a world of broken promises and ensiavea people." Well, we ret the Idea, anil it i. okay with ns, but the Red Man was certainly entitled to i Inud enfTa and nine giggles. It was old Peter Doctor, oldest of the Senecas. who Cot hi fl nnint nvai "The Indians were civilized with a veneer of savagery " he said taking his calico and wondering what to do .:u it j . wiui me uarnea stun. "Over there white men have turned to savaeerv with a veneer of civilization." SPEAKING OF DESTRUCTION Neither VandaL Hun, or Goth Holds a candle To a moth. Richard Armour. Add similes: as funnv & the vinh government's branding General n. Gaulle as "a man without hnnnf All those European small nations na-tions most be singing it "PACT all your troubles In your old kit bag." A Picnic When Betty came In frnB. children's party .he had ,tl ?! her mother said: "Well a.F did you have a nice ti yes, V said Betty enthusiastically! waa the best party I ever tasted Sin Eater In old-time England a man v took on the sins of a dead L! by taking food and liquid K presence of the body, was called . sin eater. Area of U. S., Canada The area of the United States ex cludin? extraterritorial possession," is 3,026,789 square miles. That d? Canada is 3,694,863 square miles. There are 41 Inhabitants per 8qUa mile in the United States, and in Canada, according to latest figures three. ' Tax While on Location The State of Idaho is making ef. forts to collect state income taxes from actors and others for the time they spent on location In that state during the filming of "Northwest Passage."' .195 Clocks A total of 195 clocks are in the 28 studios of a broadcasting company in New York city. They are checked for accuracy on an average of ever 12 hours. Seven a Lucky Number Seven is considered a lucky num. ber because it has been a mystic number down through the ages. There are seven days in the week, seven deadly sins, seven good years and seven lean years in Egypt, and numerous references to "seven" are found in the Bible and in mystic philosophy. . Real Uncle Sam According to legend, there was a real Uncle Sam. He was a maa named Samuel Wilson who ran a store in New York state and called himself Uncle Sam. The initials of his nickname made him a national figure. Garments for Dyeing To prepare garments for dyeing, remove all trimmings, buttons and buckles and rip out hems, pleats and lining, so the dye can penetrate evenly throughout the fabric When Day Starts The day begins with the first stroke of midnight and not after it has finished striking. St. Swithin's Day According to superstition, if it rains on July 15, rain is supposed to drop on each of 40 days following. Matronly Models In a Boston store, matronly appearing ap-pearing models show clothes intended intend-ed for women with such figures. I HOTELS When In RENO, NEVADA stop at the HOTEL GOLDEN Reno's largest and most popular hoteL WASHING MACHINES Maytag - Apex - Dexter $10 - 20 - 30 Rolls Repairing, All makes HOMER HANSEN MAYTAG SHOP 426 So. State Street Salt Lake City OFFICE EQUIPMENT NEW AND USED desks and chairs, files, typewriters, adding men's, safes, bk-tases. 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