People, Nov. 7, 1938

Henry Ford offered to "bet anyone even money there will never be another war."

In Killarney, Ireland, a tailor produced in court a note of commendation from George Bernard Shaw as evidence of his skill. Interposed the judge: "I've noticed that Mr. Shaw wears the most appalling clothes."

Major Albert Brill (U. S. A., ret.) declared himself a candidate for the job of World Dictator, then sailed for Europe to arrange for foreign publication of his four volumes (Individual Ascendency, Collective Ascendency, Ascendent Government, Citizenship) that explain all. Said he: "The world is...

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