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Stories for April 1985
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Joseph Franklin Rutherford, president of the Jehovah’s Witnesses from 1916 to 1940, planned to see Kensington engulfed in flames one day. If his predictions held true, he foresaw himself standing in the third-story watchtower of ...
Thursday, April 11
It's only about an hour's drive from downtown San Diego to Dogpatch, U.S.A. But once there, you're about a hundred years from anywhere.
“It became Dogpatch in 1956 or 1957. The owner at that time had about 400 poodles out in the back. It looked like a patch of dogs, so she changed the name from Canyon City Cafe to Dogpatch.”
Thursday, April 4
It can get wet out there in the desert, especially when you're raising tons of fish.
Shortly after dawn on a chilly desert morning, Bill Engler, 44-old fish farmer-entrepreneur, and Victor Wade, his 45-year-old French-Canadian partner, are standing in their pole-barn fish hatchery trying to figure out how to measure a ...