34.) The uncle of Mr. W. D. Fard lives in the wilderness of North America and works sixteen hours out of twenty-four every day for a very little pay. He has a large family support and, on top of that, a Satan came along and sold him Life insurance, and gave him a written Guarantee that he will receive full benefit at once on after approval of his death.

Another Satan came along and sold him five hundred B. Shares at six percent, in Panama Canal, at $1.75 per Share.

The Panama Canal is fifty and one-half miles long; three hundred feet wide; and has a depth of forty-five feet.

What would be the amount of water in weight and gallons belonging to the uncle of Mr. W.D. Fard since there were nine thousand, nine hundred fifty-seven Share-Holders-not including the 15%?

It has been learned that the 85% could only receive correctly weight and measure in figures by any Mathematician.

What price was said per gallon today, including and compounding interest annually for of said, twenty years, at six percent?

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches equals one cubic foot.

Sixteen ounces equal one pound.

One gallon contains two hundred thirty-one cubic inches.

One cubic foot contains seven and one-half gallons.

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches weigh sixty-two and one half pounds.

Another Satan came along and sold him five hundred B. Shares at six percent, in Panama Canal, at $1.75 per Share.

The Panama Canal is fifty and one-half miles long; three hundred feet wide; and has a depth of forty-five feet.

What would be the amount of water in weight and gallons belonging to the uncle of Mr. W.D. Fard since there were nine thousand, nine hundred fifty-seven Share-Holders-not including the 15%?

It has been learned that the 85% could only receive correctly weight and measure in figures by any Mathematician.

What price was said per gallon today, including and compounding interest annually for of said, twenty years, at six percent?

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches equals one cubic foot.

Sixteen ounces equal one pound.

One gallon contains two hundred thirty-one cubic inches.

One cubic foot contains seven and one-half gallons.

One thousand seven hundred twenty-eight cubic inches weigh sixty-two and one half pounds.