FRONTIER WHITE PAGES
- The part of the telephone book that lists residential and business telephone numbers in alphabetical order by name, usually without any advertising copy
- A telephone directory (also called a telephone book and phone book) is a listing of telephone subscribers in a geographical area or subscribers to services provided by the organization that publishes the directory.
- a telephone directory or section of a directory (usually printed on white paper) where the names of people are listed alphabetically along with their telephone numbers
- White Pages are the name given to one of the three main components of UDDI, the protocol used to discover Web Services (the other two being Yellow Pages and Green Pages).
- The district near such a line
- an international boundary or the area (often fortified) immediately inside the boundary
- an undeveloped field of study; a topic inviting research and development; "he worked at the frontier of brain science"
- The extreme limit of settled land beyond which lies wilderness, esp. referring to the western US before Pacific settlement
- A line or border separating two countries
- a wilderness at the edge of a settled area of a country; "the individualism of the frontier in Andrew Jackson's day"
frontier white pages - Frontier Justice
Frontier Justice 50 Movie Pack
America's favorite classic cowboy heroes star in this terrific collection of action features. You'll find old favorites like Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Johnny Mack Brown, Tim McCoy, Hoot Gibson, Ken Maynard, Bob Steele, Tex Ritter and the incomparable Randolph Scott. Also find hidden gems like The Proud Rebel starring Alan Ladd and The Gay Amigo, featuring Duncan Renaldo (The Cisco Kid). Included 1. Billy the Kid's Gun Justice 2. Branded a Coward 3. Cowboy and the Indians, The 4. Dead or Alive 5. Devil Riders 6. Dynamite Ranch 7. Eyes of Texas 8. Fighting Mad (1939) 9. Fighting Westerner, The 10. Frontier Pony Express 11. Fugitive Valley 12. Gambling Terror, The 13. Gay Amigo, The 14. Ghost-Town Gold 15. Grand Canyon Trail 16. Gunman from Brodie, The 17. Heart of the Rockies 18. His Brother's Ghost 19. Idaho 20. Jesse James at Bay 21. Law of .45's, The 22. Law of Vengeance 23. Lightnin' Bill Carson 24. Loaded Pistols 25. Man's Land, A 26. Nevada City 27. Night Rider, The 28. Old Barn Dance, The 29. On the Great White Trail 30. On the Old Spanish Trail 31. Park Avenue Logger 32. Proud Rebel, The 33. Red Blood of Courage 34. Ride, Ranger, Ride 35. Roarin' Lead 36. Saga of Death Valley 37. Song of Arizona 38. Song of Nevada 39. Springtime in the Sierras 40. Stampede 41. Sunset Serenade 42. Three Mesquiteers, The 43. Under Western Stars 44. Wagon Wheels 45. Wall Street Cowboy 46. Water Rustlers 47. Wings Over Wyoming 48. Wrangler's Roost 49. Yodelin' Kid from Pine Ridge 50. Young Buffalo Bill
The New Frontier
Suspended Animation Classic #285 Originally published June 12, 1994 (#24) (Dates are approximate) The New Frontier By Michael Vance “The New Frontier”/122 pages, $12.95 from NBM Publishing/artist, Michael Cherkas; writer, John Sabljic/available in comic shops and by mail. When is a graphic novel neither graphic nor novel? When it’s a mainstream comic book between heavy covers. When is a graphic novel rich with inventive plot, characterization, and real adult insight into the world? When it’s “The New Frontier”. This frontier is the future of Earth with a twist. Adolph Hitler’s comic strip, "Herman the German”, is world famous, Fidel Castro slams ‘em out of American baseball parks, and the shocking death of sex symbol Rubi Fields is the foundation of the “Rubi Fields Church of the Millennium”. This is an Earth riddled with greed, corruption, and media lies, an America sunk into a mind numbing stupor where reality is artificial. This is our world, tweaked. “The New Frontier” is a cutting-edge dissection of superficial American culture and political foolishness, a cut at the heart of “Romance”, and a slash at the obsessions that lurk in every human psyche. In this America, only slightly different than our own, amoral is synonymous with saint. And here, an imitation of a dead starlet is enough to elect presidents. Artist Michael Cherkas is a Canadian treasure. His instantly recognizable, unique style is technically flawless, and artistically riveting. There is no better use in comics of contrasting areas of black and white, shadow and light. His abstraction of “realistic” art (art in imitation of life) to simple, clean lines is incredible. Although writer John Sabljic slips early in “The New Frontier” by attempting to layer multiple dialogues into single panels, he quickly gains his footing when he abandons the unintelligible experiment. Sabljic delivers a powerful, suspenseful punch in this ‘novel of pictures’, proving ‘one strike and you’re not out’. So, what’s the only other problem with this “perfect” graphic novel? You haven’t read it yet. “The New Frontier” is one of the year’s best, and highly recommended. It doesn’t get much better than this.
Frontier Medicine exhibit case 4
Frontier Medicine exhibit I created for USC's Norris Medical Library Doctors of the Old West by Robert F. Karoleuitx. 1967. The story of "Dr." John Marsh illustrates the good and bad interactions some early white settlers had with Mexicans in what was then called Alta California. In 1836 when California was still under Mexican rule, Marsh had to apply to the Illustrious Body of the Ayuntamiento to get permission to practice medicine. They scrutinized the diploma that he produced from some place called Harvard, and eventually allowed him to proceed, although he only had a bachelor's degree. Marsh, like other doctors at the time, pursued a number of trades in addition to medicine, including ranching and trading arms with Native Americans. His ruthless ambition did not win him many friends, and he was eventually murdered by Mexican ranch hands for non-payment of wages. The reward notice for the capture of his murderers can be seen on the right page. Mexicans already living in the Pueblo of Los Angeles often had to contend with the unfamiliar (and sometimes unscrupulous) ways of the white settlers that flooded the area in the 1800s.
frontier white pages
6-Inch x 9-Inch 2-Way Coaxial Marine Speaker
Optimized for use with water craft, this this Boss Audio MR690 two-way, 6 x 9-inch speaker in white will keep the boat rocking. Featuring a 6 x 9 inch oblong design, these speakers offer an 80-ounce magnet structure, poly injection cone material for durability in extreme temperature variations, 1-inch aluminum voice coil, and 1-inch mylar dome tweeter for clear highs and maximum peak power handling. They can handle up to 350 watts of peak power, and they come with a durable white plastic cover.