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A news question-answer game HARRIS * EWINO How many handshakes for Truman? 1. NEW "MONEY" .. . Cigarettes as a medium of exchange in Europe are becoming more valuable than the U. S. dollar. Hrnv many transactions does a cigarette usually go through? On an average of 10 before it is smoked. — W. K., St. Louis, Mo. 2. COMIC RELIEI* ... Why are tons of colored comic sheets shipped to trading posts in the jungles of Africa? Traders wrap all purchases jn the funnies because natives won’t buy anything wrapped in ordinary paper. — Mrs. E. M., Los Angeles, Calif. 3. ON LOAN . . . Some 30,000 tons of silver were recently “returned” to the United States Treasury. Where had it been? The atom-bomb project at Oak Ridge, Tenn., borrowed the silver to use as electrical conductors. — Mrs. M. M„ Indianapolis. Ind. 4. HOWDY! . . . Since Mr. Truman has become President, how many handshakes has he survived? More than 7,000. He has perfected a secret grip which enables him to do this with apparent tirelessness. — I. L., Washington. D. C. 5. POLYGLOT . . . Nearly 900 members of the Secretariat of the U. N. are going to “language college.” Which of the official languages is most popular? The French class has 470students; Spanish, 175; English, 125; Russian. 115, and Chinese 12. NOTE: We will pay $2 for a question and answer accepted. Proof must accompany the answer. Address: Tom Henry, THIS WEEK, 420 Lexington Avenue. New York 17, N. Y. Un accepted contributions cannot be acknowledged or returned. ** / Ikj ltty.fie*b j k HoUao- . ■ vegetable * g, too, l°r B I units «j -j* nife, ■ I ^^finepePP*' 1 | little bit ***% s»uce in» «*SS>»httie ig too «*•**» ot cream $SS.S£<»«i“*"w o»»f '°°os ou»*« ♦»* i L___i lib^r ^' (c^-: “Now, try not to spoil anybody’s day" ■ I Even cold roast beef needs added 2ip. So— *,Ve, K real gusto with urkee’s Dressing-rich, mellow, tangy! Add a truly luscious taste pies with Durkee's new Apple Pie Spice! Its a well-tested blend of cinna mon and other spices SO tha, you ^ jc; pend upon the same perfect flavor every time. this marvelous spice blend in applesauce, baked apples and , y°ur favorite apple dishes. Durkees ApplePie Spice is wonderful!