"THE NOTHINGNESS OF NOTHING"

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Rodney and Sally were playing school one evening at the kitchen table while their mother prepared dinner. Sally, the older of the two children, was pretending to be the teacher, and Rodney was the pupil. Sally had been learning simple arithmetic at school and was teaching her brother some of the things she had learned.

"Rodney," she asked, "what is one and one?"

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AN AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
March 16, 1957
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