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Paul Harvey

Birthday Report for September 4th, 1918

BirthStone Sapphire BirthSign Virgo

Events of the Month for Paul Harvey  

When Paul Harvey entered the world, these stories made the front page of the nation's newspapers: In Germany, Count von Hertling resigns as German chancellor. The German government sends troops into Bulgaria in an effort to stall a Bulgarian surrender to Allied forces. Germany's effort, however, was futile as Bulgaria pulled out of the war. In the United States, the U. S. Food Administration requires that all American breweries shut down by December 1. The U.S. government officially recognizes Czechoslovakia as a nation. In China, Hsu Shih Chang is elected president of China. In other news, Brazil officially declares war on Austria-Hungary.  


Entertainment News for the year Paul Harvey was born

Audiences were applauding these developments in the entertainment industry when Paul Harvey was an infant. This year the nation is introduced to The King of the Apes as the first Tarzan of the Apes is filmed. The nation clearly has its mind on the war, though, as is seen in the largePopular Music when Paul Harvey was born.er of songs about the war like There'll be a Hot Time for the Old Men When the Young Men Goto War. And we all stutter along with K-K-K-Katy.


When Paul Harvey was rocking in a cradle, these songs were topping the music charts: Back in 1918, the popular songs were: Bagdad performed by Harold Atteridge; Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo performed by Edward Rowland; How Can You Tell sung by Ned Wayburn; as well as I'll Say She Does by Al Jolson. Also topping the musical charts: JA-DA by Bob Carleton; K-K-K-Kayt by Geoffery O'Hara; Oh! Frenchy by Sam Ehrlich; and the ever popular Sometime by Rida Johnson Young.

Movie News for the year Paul Harvey was born.

While Paul Harvey was discovering how to stand up, The Academy gave a standing ovation to these movies and actors: Art- Henri Matisse painted 'Odalisques.' won the Best Movie Academy Award in 1918. Also this year, the Academy Award for Best Actor went to Film for his role in Charlie Chaplin in 'A Dog's Life.' and the Best Actress Award went to Music for her role in Irving Berlin's 'Yip Yip Yaphank'.

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