Through a series of innovations, most notably the coiled metal filament, the incandescent light bulb had evolved by the mid-1930s into a mature lighting device that hasn’t changed much since. On the other hand, in the summer, the waste heat of all the bulbs forces the air conditioner to work harder to cool down the home, which is doubly wasteful.
Up to sixteen cars were used on this route. The remaining cars were used on the Ravenswood then West-Northwest routes. They were usually used as two car sets trained with 6000 series cars. Most of the 1–50 cars and all of the 61–65 cars were scrapped by the CTA.
The album’s longest track - What Goes Around - was re-recorded by Holland in a big-band arrangement on the album immediately following Not For Nothin’ - What Goes Around. The Allmusic review by Thom Jurek awarded the album 4.5 stars stating This is postmodern poetic singing at its finest.
Joelton Air Force Station (AFS) was initially part of Phase II of the Air Defense Command Mobile Radar program. The Air Force approved this expansion of the Mobile Radar program on October 23, 1952 to provide radar coverage of the Nashville, TN area.
Lewis is able to trace Vicki to the bar but again arrives too late, finding her murdered also. When Lewis tries to catch Keech, he disappears out of the window. The police still doubt his story about the killer, Lewis’ only evidence is a small piece of the killer’s coat torn off during the earlier fight and a bloody fingerprint on a newspaper clipping.
SS Quinault Victory. In what may have been the shortest life of any vessel built under the Emergency Shipbuilding program of World War II, the SS Quinault Victory began with her keel laying in Portland, Oregon on May 3, 1944 and ended 12 weeks later with her keel up in the shallow waters of Suisun Bay, California on July 17, 1944.