Newspaper columnists often get put on the subscription list of magazines, and that’s why I receive the bi-monthly “Aramco World.” It’s published by Aramco Americas in Houston, Texas.                      

 Looking through a box of old books, I came upon a curiosity published in 1928. It was a standard sized book, about five by eight inches, 318 pages, with a  dark blue binding. In gold letters, on the cover and the spine, was the title: “One Day.”

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