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TAX RATES ON INCOMES OF $3,000 OR LESS
An individual with a gross income of $3,000 or less, may elect to pay the tax shown below-

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1,550 65
2,300. 2.325 132

65 775 800 2 1,550. 1,575

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67 800 825 3 1,575 1,600 70

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2, 425. 2,450 143 900 925 11 1,675. 1,700 78

2,450. 2,475 145 925 950 14 1,700 1.725 SO

2,475. 2,500 147 950 975 16 1.725. 1.750 83

2,500 2,525 150 375 1,000 18

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2,525 2,550) 152 1.000 1,025 20 1,775 1.800 87

2,550. 2,575 154 1.025. 1,050 22

1,800 1,8251 89

22 2,575. 2,600 156 1.050 1,075 24

1,825 1,950 91

24 2,600

2,625 159 1,075. 1,100 26 1,850) 1.875 93

2.625 2,650 160

93 1,100.. 1,125 29 1,875 1,900 96

2,650 2,675 163 1,125 1,150 31

1,900 1,925 98
30 2.675 2.700 165

97 1,150. 1,175 33

1,925 1,950 100
32 2.700. 2,725 167

99 1,175 1.200 35

1.950 1.975 102
35 2.72.5 2,730 169

102 1.200 1,225 37

1,975 2.000 104

37 2,750

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104 1,225. 1,250 39

2.000 2.025 106

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106 1,250.. 1.275 42 2.025 2.050 109

41 2.800

2,825 177 108 1.275 1,300

2,050) 2,075 111

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110 1,300.. 1,325 46 0 2.075 2,100 113

45 2.850. 2,875 183 112 1.325.. 1,350 4S 0 2,100 2,125 115

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50 2.900. 2,925 189

117 1.375.. 1,400 52 0 2,150 2.175 119 52 2,925, 2,950 191

119 1,400), 1,425 55 0 2,175 2,200 122 54 2,950. 2,975 194

121 1,425... 1,450 57 0 2,200 2.225 124 56 2,975.. 3,000 197

123 1,450.. 1,475 59

0 2.225 2,250 126 1,475.. 1,500 61 0 2.250 2,275 118

60 The above rates are available if the gross income is $3,000 or less and consists wholly of one or more of the following: Salary, wages, compensation for personal services, dividends, interest, rent, annuities, or royalties.

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Returns with net income:
Number of returns.

145,101 109,786 82,646 175,898 221,420 Gross income,

62,920.954 46,752.366 31.707,963 52.051.035 89.561,495 Net Income

4,275,197 2,985,972 2,153,113 3,683.368 6,428,13 Income tax.

588,375 416,093 285,576 398,994 711,704 (Declared value) excess-profite tax

7.673 6,976 Dividends paid in cash and assets other than corporation's own stoch..

3,822,599 2,385,889 2,320,386 3,871,880 6,823,050 Returns with no net income: Number of returns.

324.703 337.050 369.238 283,806 241.616 Cross income.

37.910,299 36,890,055 49.375,775 55,464,204 46.500,564 Defcit

4,181,027 5,533,339 7,796,687 6,970.913 4,877,595 Dividends pald in cash and assets other than corporation's own stock.

1,036.781 741,570 1,565,2151 2,279,203 1,361,191 Number of returns of inactive corporations

59,094) 57,238) 56,752) 56,700 55,700 Returns by Industrial Groups Gross income (net income in parentheses), mining and quarrying, $1,712,464,000 ($250,590,000); manufacturing, $49.983.326,000 ($3,948,328,000); public utilities, $9,132,441,000 ($1.523,801,000); trade (wholesale), $16,559,117,000 ($397,773,000); trade (retail), $15,195,932,000 ($526,902,000).

Trade not allocable, $2.744,969,000 ($106,597.000); service, $2,265,445,000 ($179,973,000); finance, insurance, real estate and leasors of real property, $5,900,267,000 ($1,776.154,000), construction, $1,470,281.000 ($70,244,000); agriculture, forestry, and fishery, $419,972,000 ($40.461.000).

U. S. Customs and Internal Revenue Receipts, by Years

Source: The United States Treasury

Year
Internal Year
Internal Year

Internal
(Fiscal)| Customs Revenue (Fiscal) Customs Revenue (Fiscal) Customs Revenue
Dollars Dollars
Dollars Dollars

Dollars Dollars 1880.. 186,522,065 123,981,916||1916.. 213,185,846 512,723,288|1929. 602,262,786 2,939,054,375 1890.. 229,668,585 142,594,6961917.. 225,962,393 809,393,640||1930.. 587,000,903 3,040,145,733 1900.. 233, 164,871 295,316,107 1918.. 179,998,383 3,698,955,821 ||1931.. 378,340,663 2,428, 228,754 1905.. 261,798,857 234,187,978 1919.. 184,457 573,8 ,07

1932..

327,752,291 1,557,729,043 1906.. 300,251,878 249, 102,738 1920. 322,902,650 5.407,580.262 1933.. 250,747.992 1,619,839,224 1907.. 1332, 233,363 269,664.023 1921.. 308,564,3914,595,357,062|1934. 313,434,302 2,672,239,194 1908.. 286,113,130 251,665,950|1922, 356,443,387 3,197,451,083 1935. 343,353,034 3,299,435,572 1909.. 300.711.934 246,212,7191 1923.. 561.928,867 2,621,745,227|1936. 386.811.5943.320.208.381 1910.. 333,683,445 289,957,220||1924.. 545,637.504 2.796,179,257|1937. 486,356,599 4.653.195,315 1911.... 314,497,071 322,526,300 1925. 547,561,000 2,584,140,268|1938. 359,187,249 6,658.765.314 1912.. 311,321,672 321,615.895 1926. 579,430.093 2,835,999,892 1939. 318,837 311 5,181,573.952 1913.. 318.891.396 344,424,454 1927. 605,499.983 2,865,683.131 1940. 350,851.573 5,340,452,346 1914.. 292,320,015 380,008,894 1928 568,986,188 2.790.535,538 1941 392,233,153 7,370,108,377 1915. . . . 1209,786,672) 415.681.024

Figures showing internal revenue receipts since 1934 include Agricultural Adjustment tax collections(1934) $371,422,886; (1935) $526,222,358: (1936) $71,637,207.

Total Income Payments in U. S. by Years and Types

Source: United States Department of Commerce

(Figures show millions of dollars) Type

1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 Total

82,232 74,554 63,463 49,207 46,717 53,874 58,618 67,988 72,162 66,433 70,779 75,512 Net salaries & wages. 52,098 47,232 39.680 30,726 28,346 32,238 35,172 39,441 44,010 40,515 43,726 47,463 Other labor income. 1.026 1,121 2,241 1,737 2,301 3,203 3,518 5,351 3,751 4,793 4,601 4,609 Entrepreneurial inc 13,927 11,836 9,259 7,154 7,562 9,082 10,230 11,616 12,556 11,219 11,830 12,313 Dividends, Int., etc. (15,18114,365 12,283 9,590 8,508 9,351 9,698 11,580 11,8421 9,906 10,622|11,127

TOTAL INCOME PAYMENTS IN UNITED STATES BY STATES

(Figures show millions of dollars)

States

538

297

349

781

966

Alabama
Arizona.
Arkansas
California
Colorado,
Connecticut.
Delaware.
Dist. of Col.
Florida.
Georgia
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa..
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland.
Massachusetts..
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi.
Missouri..
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada.
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina.
North Dakota.
Ohlo
Oklahoma.
Oregon
Pennsylvania.
Rhode Island.
South Carolina.
South Dakota,
Tennessee.
Texas.
Utah.
Vermont.
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming

1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940
848 643

509
423 394

569 683 706 661 698 748 250 216 179 132 129 157

176
206 238

224

229 240 558 414 326

275

382
448 463

452 478 494 5,339 5,011 4,342 3,397 3,252 3,640 4,042 4,834 5,158 4,885 5,215 5,680 606 604 511

377

370 421 462 548 602 547 590 1,482 1,371 1,213

621 950 903 1,014 1,105 1,273 1,371 1,217 1,322 1,477 221 186 173 132 126 146 161 194 210 179 211 625 634 611

224 545 479 538 612 741 772 763 798 738 672

845 589 471 446 544 606 736 805

838 961 802 668

888 555 550 693 757 873 904 871 235 214

922 1.006 167 123 134 165 186 220 245 6,777 5,826 4,764 3,541 3,333 3,783 4,125 4,841 5,205 4,701 5,098 5,462

220 234 248 1.901 1,655 1,383 1,039 1,023 1,224 1,351 1,628 1,764 1.576 1,735 1.890 1,307 1,292 1.019 683 717 817 929 1,111 1,101 1,080 1,140 1,197 956 895 737 520 524 613 666 763 812 714 832

710 753 693 566 521 644 713 835 880 827 850

859 747

941 654 515 488 586 635 732 790 801 453 445

825

830 394 313 304 330 360 404 418 386 410 1,137 1,089

428 968 787 737 830 885) 1,012 1,097 3,728 3,507 3,181 2,612 2,387 2,586 2,740 3,051 3.145 2,895 3,071 3,271

1,021 1,105 1,208 3,628 3,054 2,508 1,895 1,672 2,166 2,499 2,963 3,339 2,776 3,124 3,466 1,456 1,380 1,191 897 867 1.002 1,123 1,324 1,394 1,320 1,384 1,473

540 410 286 264 254 330 359 447 430 418 2,176 2,013 1,714 1,327 1,252

444 427 1.419 1,519 1,753 1,810 1,704 1.797 1.890 346 286

237 171 179 244 288 318 324 728 746

280 300 325 619 379 410 504 498 604 585 518 81

550 585 75 69 54 601 60 71 80 91 85 300 282

96 106 258 203 199

224 237 255 269 256 3,231 3,091 2.736 2,197 1,977| 2,176 2,317 2,620 2,857 2,618 2.784 3,011

266 275 149 138 122

96 126 137 104 14,178 13,382 11,586 9,107 8,428

177 106 174190

9,272 9.814 11,023 11,402 10,638 11,025 11,543 997 836 722 596 642 827 876 989 1,060 1,020 1.104 1,136

293 247 173 123 146 165 187 215 229 205 4,910 4,322 3,632 2.696 2,614 3,091 3,425 4,050 4.393 3,824 4,177 4,453

226 247 1,068 858

531 548 613 681 768 844 620

778 794 544 461

828 354 340 396 462 559 599 566 7,250 6,684 5,648 4,275 4,000 4,592 4,937 5,711 6,029 5,349 5,779 0,185

601 629 574 530 482 392 362 389 421 468 490 447 469 389

478 521 333 277 296 377 403 468 504

509 534 300 291

239 132 152 182 197 236 218 220 922

238 248 775 639 519 504 659 714 831 871 820 876 949 2,636 2,275) 1,884 1,540 1,543 1,809 1,961 2,270 2,568 2,468 2,615 2.715 281 258 211 157 156 179 204 234 258 216

245 250 268 196 174

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126 142 154 176 177 1,009

163 174 195 899 798 674 627

824 1,074| 1,006

952 997 958 1,034 1,135 821 625 610 714 791 967 800 709

1,015 977 1,041 1.101 609 474 465 580 617 724 760 694 1,903 1,677 1,382 1,051 1,003

725 764 1,149 1,313 1,539 1,639 1,498 1,571 1,690 1591 1471 128 931 96 114) 127 1471 1491 140 1551 162

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World's Record Fish Caught by Any Method

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Source: Field and Stream and the American Museum of Natural History Name of Fish Yr. Lbs. Ozs. Where Caught Name of Fish Yr. Lbs. Ors. Where Caught Bass, Striped... 1891 125 0 Edenton, N. C.Shark, Man-eater 1928 2,176 0 So. Africa Channel 75 0

Shark, Whale. 1912) 26,594 o Kn'ts Key, Fla Cal. B). Sea 1902 800 0 Avalon, Cal. Swordosh, B.B.

1,000 0 New England Bluefish 1903 27 0 Nant'ket, Masa.|| Trout, Lake. ,

1878

80 0 Mackin'w, M'ch 1933 834 0 Pretoria, 8. Afr.

Rainbow

31 8 Rainb. R., Mich. Cardsh, Miss 1878 150 0 St. Louis, Mo.

Steelhead 1903

0 Columbia Riv. Cero 100 0 Fla.

Brown. 1932 40 0 Grt.Lake, Tasm. Drum, Black. 146 0 St. Aug., Fla.

Tarpon.

1912 350 O Florida, in net Flounder, Sur.

26 0 Noank, Conn. Tautog (Blacksh) 1876 22 8 Near N. Y. C. Muskalonge

1906
75 + Min, Lake, Wis. Tuna.

1934 1,800 0 Wedgeport, N.S Salmon, Atlantle. 1901 103 2 D'v'n, F'th Scot. Wahoo

1935 124 12 Oahu, Hawali Salmon, Chinook (1939 1251 0 Petersburg, Ala. Weakiish

30 0 IN. J. Coast
Fisheries of the United States and Alaska
Source: United States Bureau of Fisheries.

Fisher- Fishing
Area

men
Vessels

Products

No.
No.
Pounds

Dollars
New England States (1939)

18,712 625 (20,964) 663,566,000 19,509,000 (6,865,000) Middle Atlantic States (1939)

7.740 436 (8,940) 280,052,000 7.397,000 (3.258,000) Chesapeake Bay States (1939)

14,718 312 (7,185) 323,853,000 7,197,000 (4,452,00 South Atlantic and Gull States (1939) 30,136 1,136 (13.226) 627,917,000 13,905,000 (8.083,000) Pacific Coast States (1939)

25,002 1,436 (42,974) 1,713,826,000 27.417.000 (1,996,000) Lake States (1939)

7.390 478 (6,075) 85,235.000 6,762.000 (9,000) Mississippi River and Tributaries (1939) 15,884

82,382,000! 2,897.000 (640,000) Alaska (1939)..

11,743 990 (13,541) 666,397,000 17,458,000 (128,000) Total..

131,325 15,413 (112,905) 4,443,328,000 96,532,000 (25,421,000) Figures in parentheses show fishing vessels tonnage; and, in value column, indicate value of shellfish

Position of the Center of Population, 1790 to 1940

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1790.. 39 16 3076 11 12 23 miles east of Baltimore, Md. 1800..39 16 676 56 30 18 miles west of Baltimore, Md..

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0.5 1810.39 11 30 77 37 12 40 miles northwest by west of Washington, D. C. 36.9 36.5

5.3 (in Va.). 1820..39 5 42 78 33 0 16 miles east of Moorefield, W. Va...

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6.7 1830.. 38 57 54 79 16 54 19 miles west-southwest of Moorefleld, W. Va. 40.4 39.4

9.0 1840..39 2 0 80 18 0 16 mlles south of Clarksburg, W. Va.

55.0 54.8 4.7 1850.. 38 59 081 19 023 mlles southeast of Parkersburg, W. Va..

54.8 54.7 1860.. 39 0 24 82 48 48 20 miles south by east of Chillicothe, Ohio.

80.6 80.6 1.6 1870.. 39 12 083 35 42 48 miles east by north of Cincinnati, Ohio.

44.1 42.1 13.3 1880..39 8184 39 40 8 miles west by south of Cincinnati, O. (in Ky.) 58.1 57.4 1890.. 39 11 56 85 32 53 20 miles east of Columbus, Ind..

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9.0 1900..39 9 36 85 48 54 6 miles southeast of Columbus, Ind..

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2.8 1910.. 39 10 12 S6 32 20 In the city of Bloomington, Ind..

39.0 38.9 0.7 1920.. 39 10 21 36 43 15 1.9 miles west of Whitehall, Owen County, Ind. 9.8 9.8 0.2 1930.. 39 3 45 87 8 6 2.9 miles northeast of Linton, Greene Co., Ind. 23.6 22.3 1940 38 56 54 87 22 35 2 miles southeast by east of Carlisle, Sullivan Co. Ind.

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7.9 Since 1790 the center of population has moved 602 miles.

The term "center of population," as used by the Census Bureau, is that point which may be considered as the center of gravity of the United States.

In other words, the point upon which the United States would balance, if it were a rigid plane without weight and the population distributed thereon, with each individual being assumed to have equal weight and to exert an influence on a central point proportional to his distance from the point.

World Typewriting Records
Source: International Business Machines Corporation

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1941 Margaret Hamma.

Brooklyn, NY

1 Hour Professional Event. Maryaret Hamma

Brooklyn, N. Y

Women's Professional Event..... Margaret Hamma.

Brooklyn NY

30-Minute Amateur Typing Event. Helen Sayer.

New York City

20-Minute Novice Typing Event Helen Sayer

New York City.

30-Minute Transcription Event, Velma Crismon.

Tacoma, Wash

Open Typewriting (all divisions) Veira Crismon.

Tacoma, Wash.

Business College Open Typing. Claude Smith

Seattle, Wash.

Amateur University Typing.. Dorothy Whitcomb

Danville, Ind

Novice University Typing Minna Turnbul

Cleveland, Ohio.

150 Word Shorthand (all divisions) Dorothy Whitcomb

Danville, Ind.

120 Word Shorthand (all divisions)

1940 Margaret Hamma

Brooklyn, N. Y. 20-Minute Novice Typing Stella Pajunas.

Cleveland, Ohio.

30-Minute Transcription Event. Velma Crismon.

Tacoma Wash.

High School Open Typing Velina Crison.

Tacoma, Wash

High School Amateur Typing Velma Cris non.

Tacoma, Wash.

High School Novice Transcription.

1939
Marjorie Eisenegger. . Cleveland, Ohio. 130-Minute Transcription Event..

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Population, Worldwide, hy Religious Beliefs

Sect)

No. Amer. So, Amer. Europe Asia Africa Oceania Total Catholics: Roman

47,056.724 60,836,143 203,944,823 9,213,413 6,866,072 10,468,764 338,385,939 Orthodox 1,208,157 112,447.669 8,106,071 5.SOS,089

127,629.986 Protestants. 38,995,467 657,481 81,767,05+ 4,422,777 2,782,864 6,372,250 135,000,893 Total.

87,263,348 61,493,624 398,159,546 21,742,261 15,517,025 1,684,014 585.859,818 Jews

4,409,712 26.954 9,372,666 572,930 542.869 266,958 15,192,089 Mohammedans.

1,100

5,672,225 138,299,144 55,538,211 21,467,868 220,978,845 Othery.

79,020,577 22,134,607) 137,981,555 956,607,018 76,301,961 46,868,506 1,318.914.254 Total..

83,431,689 22,161,561 153,026,476 1,095,479,092 132,383,041 68,603,332 1,555,085,191 Grand total. 170,695,0371 83,655,185551,186,022 1,117,221,353 147,900,066 70,287,346 2,140,945,009

Orthodox (Eastern) Catholics includes Russian, Greek, Albanian, Bulgarian, Rumanian, Serbian,
Syrian, Armenian and Coptic Catholics.
Roman Catholics include also Polish Catholics and Old Catholic Churches.
Jews include Jews by race not necessarily by religion.
Others includes Philosophic and heathen religions, unchurched, unclassified and unknown.

Fly Lights Itself Fore and Aft, Eats Spiders

• A fly that spins a web for catching spiders and web. When it grows up and becomes a fully deother insects was described (Dec. 28. 1940) before veloped winged adult it becomes a mild vegetarian, the meeting of the Entomological Society of

feeding harmlessly on mushrooms, Dr. Fulton America in Philadelphia by Dr. B. B. Fulton, of

reported. The incredible insect is luminous like a North Carolina State College. The fly, strangely better by carrying lights both fore and aft.

firefly or glow worm; only it goes the firefly one

Its enough, plays its spider-like role only when it is

front segment and its five rear segments shine with still in the larva stage, when it looks very much a weird blue light. The fly was named platyura like a small worm. At that time the larva de fultoni in honor of Dr. Fulton by its discoverer, vours small spiders and other prey caught in its Dr. Elizabeth Fisher, a fellow entomologist.

Democratic National Committee

(Headquarters, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D. C.) Chairman, Edward J Flynn, Washington, D. C.; Treasurer, Richard J. Reynolds; Publicity Director,

Charles Michelson; Sergeant-at-Arms, Edwin A. Halsey
Alabama Marion Rushton, Montgomery

Mrs. Leonard Thomas, Montgomery
Arizona.
Sam H. Morris, Globe,

Mrs. W. P. Stuart, Phoenix
Arkaosas. Walter G. Riddick Little Rock

Mrs. E. W. Frost, Texarkana California Culbert Olson, Sacramento..

Mrs. Helen G. Douglas, Los Angeles Colorado James A. Marsh, Denver.

Mrs. Marguerite P. Thompson, Sallda Connecticut. David E. Fitzgerald, New Haven

Miss Mary Coughlin, Stratford
Delaware. James M. Tuonell, Georgetown

Mrs. Marguerite Bodziak, Wilmington
Florida
Paul A. Brown, West Palm Beach

Mrs. Enid Broward Hardee, Jacksonville
Georgia
E. D. Rivers, Lakeland...

Mrs. Virginia Polhill Price, Louisville
Idaho
Carl E. Brown, McCall,

Mrs. Emma Alexander Simons, Boise
Illinois
Edward J. Kelly, Chicago

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Conkey, Chicago
Indiana.. Frank M. McHale, Indianapolis

Mrs. Samuel M. Ralston, Indianapolis
Iowa
Frank J. Comfort, Des Moines

Mrs. Mary S. Kelleher, Fort Dodge
Kansas
Lynn Brodrick, Marysville.

Mrs, Georgia N. Clark, Richland
Kentucky Keen Johnson, Frankfort.

Mrs. T. C. Carroll, Shepherdsville
Louisiana James A. Noe, Monroe

Mrs. Roland B. Howell, Thibodaux
Maine.
F. Harold Dubord, Waterville.

Mr. Katherine Hickson, Hampden Highlands Maryland.. W. Preston Lane, Jr., Hagerstown

Mrs. Edward J. Colgan, Baltimore Massachusetts. James M. Curley, Jamaica Plains,

Miss Margaret O'Riordan, Jamaica Plalas Michigan. Edmund C. Shields, Lansing

Mrs. Clara D. Van Auken, Detroit Minnesota John P. Erickson, Duluth..

Mrs. Ida McCabe Kayser, St. Paul Mississippi Louis M. Jiggitts, Jackson,

Mrs. Mary Louise Kendall, Natchez Missouri James P. Aylward, Kansas City

Mrs. Lawrence McDaniel, St. Louts Montana 0. S. Warden, Great Falls.

Mrs. W. W. Hamilton, Dodson
Nebraska James. C. Quigley, Valentine.

Mrs. Evelyn A. Ryan, Grand Island
Nevada
Edward W. Clark, Las Vegas

Mrs. J. F. McElroy, Wells
New. Hamp. Alvin A. Lucier, Nashua,

Mrs. Agnes Collins Dunn, Concord New Jersey Frank Hague, Jersey City

Mrs. James Billington, Jersey City New Mexico A. T. Hannett, Albuquerque

Mrs. Luella MoGaffey Brown, Roswell New York Edward J. Flynn, New York City

Mrs. William H. Good, Brooklyn No. Carolina. Clyde R. Hoey, Shelby

Miss Beatrice Cobb, Morganton
No. Dakota. Charles J. Vogel, Fargo

Mro. Daphna Nygaard, Jamestown
Ohio
Charles Sawyer, Cincinnati

Mrs. Mildred R. Jaster, Columbus
Oklahoma. Robert S. Kerr, Oklahoma City

Mrs, John Catlett, Tulsa
Oregon
Howard F. Latourette, Portland.

Mrs. Emily F. Edson, Portland
Peposylvania. David Lawrence, Pittsburgh

Mrs. Emma Guffey Miller, Slippery Rock Rhode Island Theo. Francis Green (Sen.), Wash., D. C. Mrs. Margaret M. Sullivan, Providence So. Carolina.. Burnet R. Maybank, Columbia,

Mrs. C. L. Wheeler, Dillon So. Dakota. W. W. Howes, Washington, DC,

Mrs. Esther Jones, Redfeld
Tennessee Edward H. Crump, Mein phis

Mrs. Albert E. HII, Nashville
Texas
Myron Blalock, Marshall

Mrs. Clara Driscoll, Corpus Christi
Utah.
Stuart P. Dobbs, Ogden

Mrs. James H. Wolfe, Salt Lake City
Vermont Frank H. Duffy. Rutland.

Miss Ann Powers, Bennington
Virginia
E R. Combs, Richmond

Mrs. John Garland Pollard, Richmond
Washington Ed. A. Carroll, Wenatchee,

Mrs. Jeanette Testu, Seattle
W. Virginia Arthur B. Koontz, Charleston.

Mrs. A. S. Booker, Bluefeld
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Leslle A Miller, Cheyenne

Mrs. P. J. Quealy, Kemmerer
Alaska.
Oscar G. Olson, Juneau.

Mrs. Bertha Perrine, Anchorage
Canal Zone 4. P. E. Doyle, Dr., Cristobal.

Mrs. L, O. Keen, Balboa D. of C.

Malcolm S. McConihe, Wash, D, C. Mrs. J. Borden Harriman, Washington, DC Hawaii John H. Wilson, Honolulu

Mrs. L. L. McCandless, Honolulu Philippines Roht. E. Manley, Naga, Camerlines Sur. Miss Bessie A. Dwyer, Manila Puerto Rico. W. R. Bennett, San Juan

Mrs. Sarah A. Mendez, Santurce Virgin Isl.. Ralph Palewonsky, St. Thomas

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Socialist Party National Executive Committee

(Headquarters, 303 Fourth Ave., New York, N. Y) (As of November, 1941) National Chairman, Norman Thomas, 20 LaGrange St., Boston, Mass.; Maynard Krueger, Gramercy Park, N. Y. City; National Vice Chair- 6630 University Ave., Chicago, I.; Harry Fleischman, David H. H. Felix, 1416 So. Penn Sq., Phila- man, 549 Randolph St., Chicago, Ill., Ben Fischer, delphia, Pa.; National Secretary, Travers Clement, 82-46 119th St., Kew Gardens, L. I, N. Y.; Aaron 303 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City: Administrative Sec- Levenstein, 344 W. 24th St., N. Y. City: Albert retary, Robert Parker, 303 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City; Hamilton, 1914 G St., N.W., Washington, D. C.; Frank McCallister, 313 Palmer Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.; Lillian Symes, 222 W. 23rd St., N. Y. City; Robin Jeffrey W. Campbell, c/o Socialist Party, 30 Myers, 303 Fourth Ave., N. Y. City.

Socialist Labor Party National Committee

(Headquarters, 61 Cliff Street, New York City) (As of November, 1941) National Secretary, Arnold Petersen. National Gramaticoff, and J. T. Evanich. Treasurer, Paul Herzel.

New York State Executive Committee --M. KtonNational Executive Committee J. W. Alken, feld, Stephen Emery. J. Grossman, L. F. Guillotte, F. E. Passonno. I. Feinberg. James Sim, W. W. Rose Weinberger, J. Berlin, John Timm, S. Blume, Cox, Herbert Steiner, Margaret Lipicky, Theo. Anna Epstein. State Secretary--Emil F. Teichert.

Prohibition National Committee (Headquarters, 82 W. Washington St., Chicago) (As of November, 1941) Chairman-Edward E. Blake, 82 W. Washington W. Babson. Babson Park, Mass.; Edgar V. MoorSt Chicago. Vice Chairman-William F. Varney, man, Quincy, 111.; Dr. D. 'Leigh Colvin, New York; Rockville Centre, N. Y. Secretary, Hugh A. White, Mrs. J. W. Shankland, St. Louis, Mo., Charles L Detroit, Mich. Treasurer, Will D. Martin, Has- Hill, Rosendale, Wisc.; Leo F. Jeanmene, Chicago/ brouck Heights, N. J.

II.; Mrs. F. I. Johnson, St. Cloud, Pla. Executive Committee (including above)--Roger

Communist Party National Committee

35 E. 12th St., N. Y. City; not affiliated with the Communist Internationale The National Committee is headed by William Z. Foster, the Party's Chairman; Earl Browder, General Secretary. Membership. 80.327.

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