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vRIDAV. SEPTEMBER 1«
' tica] Clock
i:!--."" N.»w Correspondent at Home
•Htotiy AKar- Rcv- J' A‘ SuIlivan
[J>' ft Hubbard Family
,irIA Breakfast Club with Don Me
tric True Story
nt Jemima Show
Htfet's Dance
lltrhe Listening Post
l*: Breakfast at Sardi s
lit? f Mart.vn, News
H;StciiH Edwards
P^^rrn°and^Home Makers
fa Share Talking-Whites’
I* Interlude
1 If' tvr Iw-.lmmgton STAR-NEWS
r-fle Jack Little
i-P' ceres bv Jean Collins,
t'fvieman's News Corner
itS Mystery Chef
P- r oHiec be Seated
bv Morton Downey
!:tf0llvwood Star Time
l:IH?°«niniment with Life
P'tr-e Gospel Lighthouse Hour.
1 Fa:k Church—Rev. Ingram.
'Views the New.
j;^jtPryHand'gthe Pirates
liSS«TB*C"*er - Mentt
^Melody Time
Ih'tt- Wilmington STAR-NEWS
,:BT re- Two Four Ranch Party.
>■ J j Tailor and the New*
itnSppv Island With Ed Wynn.
tcoJfidentiany Vours.
h. cnndrwn Serenade,
itwatch the World Go By
tne Parker Family.
iL-Meft Your Navy.
Itgxcursions in Science.
!tfied Cress Program,
tgarl Godwin.
Bp of the Evening.
riehnnnd.
OVER the networks
ERIDAT. SEPTEMBER 15
i Eastern War Time P.M.
MP in programs as listed due to
,’rcectiom bv networks made too
late to incorporate.)
... -Ve Love & Lean-.. Drama — nbc
V.'., with Dunn. Variety Show — cbs
p. T-f.-v Serial Series — blu-basic
i£c for "is minutes — other blu
Pk Carter Serial Skit — mbs-basic
!=• Plain Bill. Dramatic—nbc
Three Sisters Sing Songs—cbs
Jack Armstrong Serial—blu—east
n-.-cing Music Orchestra — other blu
p'jlix Cowboy Serial—mbs-basic
Pago Farrell Serial—nbc
i" ge Announced (15 mins.)—cbs
Be Sea Hound, a Serial—blu-basic
Dick Tracy in a repeat—other blu
Se:;5. Senes Superman—mbs-basic
t-ec—New' Report for 15 mins.—nbc
Me'odv Time for 15 Mins.—blu-basic
Repeat Of the Terry Serial—other blu
Ptaver Comment on the War—mbs
(u-Anerica s Serenade; Sports—nbc
>"r Murrav Chrous. Orchestra—cbs
C-. Tim Healy's Stories—blu-basic
Hop Harrigan in repeat—other blu
Chick Carter, a Boy Detective—mbs
E ::ij—Teri Sulla van’s Songs Show—cbs
jack Armstrong's repeat—blu-east
Volr.ev Hurd News Time—mbs-east
Tom Mix Serial repeat—other mbs
{i;—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—nbc
World N'ew-S and Commentary—cbs
Eer.rv J. Taylor Comment—blu basic
The Sea Hound in repeat—bluwest
Kepeat Superman Serial—mbs-west
N-Mercer's Music Shop—nbc basic
"I Love a Mystery” Drama—cbs
li Wynn as King Bubbles — blu
Fulton Lewis, Jr. Comments—mbs
Li—World War via Broadcast—nbo
Who Dream. Drama — cbs-basic
b.-.ey Hurd and repeat—mbs-west
IVCarolyn Gilbert and Songs — nbc
ii Friday on Broadway — cbs-basic
lecing Music Orchestra — other cbs
he Ranger Drama of the West — blu
Sioio Newsreel from London — mbs
Ki-Kaltenborn and Comment—nbc
Dance Orchestra for 15 mins. — mbs
t'.ib-UcUIe Manners & Concert — nbc
Henry Aldrich Family Drama — cbs
Broadcast of News (15 minutes)—blu
Cecil Btoivn News Comments — mbs
1:15—The Parker Family, Drama — blu
The Sunny Skylar Serenade—mbs
1:30—Duffy's Tavern, Ed Gardner — nbc
To Be Announced (30 mins.) — cbs
180.—Legal
'Continued from Page Fourteen)
delivered to the purchaser without
charge.
Further information may be obtained
te K. R. Emory, Executive Director of
Housing Authority of the City of Wil
K;r.g‘.cn. North Carolina, Post Office Box
IMi. Wilmington, North Carolina.
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY
OF WILMINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA
| By HARRY M. SOLOMON,
I Chairman.
„ BID FORM
Housing Authority of the City
jf Wilmington, North Carolina
Pest Office Box 1491,
Wilmington, North Carolina
Gentlemen:
In accordance with your official Notice
o' the Sale published September 15, 1944,
* copy of which is attached hereto, con
the sale of not exceeding $1,
wtuOO Housing Authority Refunding
Jones (First Issue) of the Housing Au
SonJ/ the City of Wilmington, North
wrcima, and subject to the provisions
jjaid notice, we offer to purchase the
J*;les A Bonds of said issue as set forth
and to pay therefor g_
5veryCCrUeC* interest to the date of dt
said Series A Bonds shall mature
in y on June 1 tn the following years,
following amounts, and the vari
maturities shall bear interest at the
Rowing rates per annum:
,r Principal Amount Interest Rate
Total c
i. xjunas or saia issue wui
interest at the rate of two and
22Ju,*rte«. (2 3-4%) per cent per
,-fj and will mature serially on June
iJJ ttl€ following years and in the fol
amounts:
r*lr Principal Amount
Total 5 “ ~
1b! ,ep(dose herewith computations show
ran-i aSgregate of the annual interest
Brents for the Refunding Bond*,
... Senes A and Series B, on the basis
Proposal'ntereSt rates Prescribed in thl8
Jnterest cost of the said Re
Hel ne °onds- both Series A and Se
ll Han /exPressed as a percentage car
out to four decimal places) is
' enclose certified check for
vKr-:- being 2c/r of the par
the Series A Bonds bid for in
ean).Pr?posal- If this proposal is ac
tjuj* y°u, said check is to be re
delivar you as Part Payment against
°! and payment for the Series
liQU'datJrt h7 us’ or to be stained as
liould »-ids!nages in the event that we
BoMc • *n take up and pay for said
Sifnr*!? corriPbance with the terms of
to u: ^pofal- or is to be returned by you
fiver evj if fa’-iure on your part to dfe
.ponds in compliance with the
5 of this proposal.
Yours very truly.
Bv ,,*ALE of^Fal estate
Vested rtue of the Power and authority
ftient Jn. the undersigned by a Judg
W J,endered in the Superior Court 6f
*ntitl.a ^yer c°unty in a certain suit
lira Clty °f Wilmington. North Caro
Morcp evl’ Rauover County, and C. R.
*?ainv4 '^y-County Tax Collector"
Willi, Walter Willie, -• ■ —
Chari.'. ,fr!dow °f Charlie Willie, and
on Mm,, 11_e' •£r--” the undersigned will
Cou'r|S„ ay. September 25th, 1944, at the
Rsnov.,US'.door o£ the County of New
•actiim ,at 12 o'clock M., sell it public
It, Zi. cash. to the highest bidder.
If :=„j .lnR described tract or parcel
to-wit:
Ch.V?NvN’R 8t the intersection of the
ta<.„,m,. lne o£ Hanover Street with the
*aniL,e o£ *th Street 33 feet: thence
Sir,,. an<1 parallel with Hanover
XteK-, i, £eet to the Western line of
Mia ,e£: thence Northwardly along
«rn o£ McRae Street to the South
k,(.,L;.®£ Hanover Street: and thence
Sir,,. . along said line of Hanovei
'tint , £aet £o the Beginning. Sams
the Cj* part o£ Lot 1- in Block 235, ol
thi, X o£ Wilm,ngton. N. C.
MABgr,vtrh day o£ August. 1944.
«arsden BELLAMY. Commissioner
Meet Your Navy. Great Lakes — blu
Freedom of Opportunity Drama — mbs
8:55—Five Minute News Period—cbs
8:00—Abe Lyman’s Waltz Time — nbc
It Pays to Be Ignorant "Quiz’ — cbs
Gang Busters and Comment — mbs
Gabriel Heatter and Comment—mbs
1:15—Screen Test, Professionals—mbs
9:30—People Are Funny, a Quit — nbc
That Brewster Boy, Dramatic — cbs
Double or Nothing, Quiz Show — mbs
10:00—Chet Morris, Drama Series — nbc
Gary Moore it Jimmy Durante — cbs
Earl Godwin’s War Comment — blu
Cedric Foster in War Comment — mbs
10:15—Ted Malone from England — blu
Dance Orchestra (45 minutes) — mbs
10:30—Bill Stern’s Sports Series — nbc
Stage Door Canteen ie Variety — cbs
Fish Pond, Quiz Series — blu-basic
10 45—To Be Announced (15 m.) — nbc
11:00—News for 15 minutes — nbc-basic
The Music/Shop’s repeat — nbc-west
News, Variety, Dance 2 h. — cbs it blu
' Newsreel, Dance Orch. (3 hrs.) mbs
11:15—'Variety and News to 2 a.ra. — nbc
FINANCIAL NEWS
Stock Market Quotations
(BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS)
ill. -L _
‘-3v6uauj --......_
A1 Chem and Dye ..._146%
Allis Chal Mfg _........ 35%
Am Can--- 87 Vi
Am Car Fdy _ 387/.
Am Roll Mill . 141%
Am Smelt and Ref_ 38 y4
A T and T .. 160%
Am Tob B _ 703/4
Anaconda _ 25%
ACL - 3434
Atl Ref .. 28
Aviat Corp _ 4%
Baldwin _ ” 21%
B and O . I 7%
Bsrnsdall ___ 15
Bendix Aviat ..._I 423/.
Beth Stl. 597%
Boeing Airpl . 13%
Borden _ 32
Budd Mfg _10
Burl Mills _ 31
Bur Add Mach .. 14%
Case J I _ 35
Caterpil Trac _ 47%
Ches and O_ 4*04
Chrysler _88%
Coca Cola _._ iac
Coml Credit _ 40%
Coml Solv __ 15
Comwlth and Sou ._1
Consol Edit «..._.. _ 9334
Cont Can__ 38%
Curtiss Wright A ...I”””' 5%
Doug Aire . 59
Dow Chem _ .... 125
Du Pont -14814
Eastman Kod _167
Firestone __........._ 47%
Gen Elec .”111111" 36%
rfn ™°°tds . 41 %
&“£’-*v.
Goodyear . 4574.
Gt Nor Ry Pf . 36%
Int Harvest _ 783/4
Int Tel and Tel _I””' 16%
Johns Man . 96 y4
Kennecott . 307/8
Ligg and Myers B_ 81 %
Loews . 63
Lorillard _ 19
Mont Ward .”" 49%
Nash Kelv _ 15yg
Nat Biscuit _ 22
Nat Cash Reg _ 3iy2
Nat Dist _ 33y8
Ny Cent _ 17y4
No Am Aviat _ 8%
Nor Pac-_ 143^
Packard _ 5%
Param Pic .. 24%
Penny J C . 101%
Penn R R __ 2814
Pepsi Cola _ 55%
Phillips Pet . 42%
Pitt Scr and B _ 5%
Pullman _ 48%
t-ure Oil _ 15
Radio . 9%
Radio K 0 _ 8%
Radio K O _ 8%
Rem Rand . 19%
Repub Stl _ 17%
Reynolds B . 33%
Sears --*. 94%
Socony Vac _*_ 12%
Sou Pac - 26%
Sou Ry . 24
Std Brands _ 29
Std Oil N J. 51%
Stewart Warner _ 15%
Swift . 29%
Tex Co _ 44%
Union Carbide _ 76%
United Aire _ 29
United Corp _ 1%
United Drug _ 14%
United Fruit _ 86%
Unit Gas Ima_ 1%
U S Indus Chem _ 38%
TT S Rubber_ 47%
U S Steel . 126%
Vanadium _ 18%
Vick Chem _ 45
Va Caro Chem _ 3%
Warner Piet _ 11%
West Union A_ 4
West El and Mfg _ 100%
Woolworth _ 41 Vs
Final stock sales 727.675.
FINAL CURB QUOTATIONS
Can Marconi _ 1%
Cities Service _ 12%
El Bond and Sh . 10%
NEW YORK COTTON
NEW YORK, Sept. 14.—(JP)—Per
sistent mill buying helped cotton fu
tures recover today from earlier
losses and close slightly higher for
all deliveries except October which
finished off 5 cents a bale. Gains
for other months were 10 to 40
cents a bale.
The selling in October was attri
buted to dealings in anticipation of
first notice day Sept. 26, preceding
termination of that contract.
There was a tendency to await
House action on the Bankhead cot
ton measure increasing basic loan
rates the eauivalent of one-half
cent a pound
Net
Open High Low Last Chge
Oct_ 21.48 21.52 21.44 21.51 off 1
Dec ... 21.30 21.36 21.25 21.36 up 2
Mch 21.12 21.16 21.03 21.16 up 4
May __ 20.85 20-91 20.80 20.91 up 6
Jly ... 20.49 20.55 20.40 20.55 up 8
Middling spot 22.03n off 2
-V
BUTTER AND EGGS
CHICAGO, Sept. 14—I®—Butter,
firm; Receipts 265,588; Egg re
ceipts 9,476.
BondQuotations
At and Sf 4s 95 _124V*
A C L 414s 64 . 83%
B and O 4s 48__ 87
Can Pac 4s Perp . 94%
C B and Q 4%s 77 .. 109V*
C and E I Inc 97 .. 49
Cri and P Ref 4s 34 . 40 V*
Cl Ut 4%s 77 . 94%
Fla E C 5s 74 . 46%
Hud C 5s 62A ...._ 70
Hud and Man 5s 57_ 60
111 Cent 4%s 66_ 60%
Int Gt Nor 6s 52 _... 18%
L and N 4%s 2003 . 105%
M K and T Aj 5s 67. 41
Mo P G 4s 75 .. 23%
Nyc Rfg 5s 2013_ 69
Nor Pac 6s 2047 . 93%
Penn R R 4%s 65..116%
Ph Rdg Ci 6s 49. 27%
Sal C 6s 45 55 ... 102
Sou Ry Cn 5s 94_115%
Sou Ry Gen 4s 56 »_,._ 87%
West Md 4s 52 ... 103
Final bond sales $6,458,000.
FOREIGN BONDS
Aust 4%s 56_^_ 96%
Braz 6%s 26-57 . 59%
Rio Gr Do Sul 6s 68 _ 37%
TREASURY
2%s 60-55 .... 111.16
2%s 70-65 _ 100.13
-V
NAVAL STORES
SAVANNAH, Ga„ Sept. 14—(AT—
Turpentine 79 1-4 cents a gallon:
Offerings 55 (50-gal. bbls); Sales
2,750 gallons; Receipts 74 barrels;
Shipments 132 barrels; Stocks 28,
619 barrels.
Rosin: (100-lb drums), offerings
171; Sales 171; Receipts 335; Ship
ments 200; Stocks 18,071.
Quote: B 4.80; D 5.02; E 5.45;
F 5.49; G, H, I, K and M 5.51; N
5.87; WG 6.13; WW and X 8.19.
-V
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
NEW ORLEANS. Sept. 14. — (JP)
—Cotton futures closed steady 15
to 40 cents a bale higher.
KM
Open High Low Close Chge
Oct ... 21.47 21.54 21.44 21.54 up 6
Dec ... 21.31 21.35 21.27 21.35 up 3
Mch .. 21 12 21.16 21.07 21.15' up 3
May .. 20.88 20.94 20.84 20.93 up 5
Jly ... 20.50 20.55 20.45 20.55 up 8
TODATSPATTERN
MARIAN MARTIN
Make Pattern 9085 in a soft
wool mixture, rayon or cotton. A
few hours of simple sewing and
you’ll have an indispensable out
fit.
Pattern 9085 comes in women’s
sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and
48. Size 36 requires 3 5*8 yards 39*
inch fabric.
This pattern, together with a
needlework pattern for personal
or household decoration. TWENTY
CENTS.
Send TWENTY CENTS in coins
for these patterns to The Wil
mington ' Morning Star Pattern
Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York
11, N. Y. Print SIZE, NAME, AD
DRESS, STYLE NUMBER. •
FIFTEEN CENTS more brings
you the Marian Martin Fall and
Winter Pattern Book full of
smart-easy-to-make styles. A free
bedjacket pattern is printed right
in the book.__
STOCKS CONTINUE
ON LOSING SIDE
NEW YORK
STOCKS—Lower; downward
trend continues.
BONDS—Irregularly lower;
rails in supply.
COTTON — Mixed; hedge
selling and mill buying:
CHICAGO
WHEOT—Weak. Lack of de
mand.
RYE—Weak. Same as wheat.
HOGS — Active and fully
steady. Top $14.75.
CATTLE^Steady.
NEW YORK, Sept. 14—'/Pi—Stocks
generally continued in the losing
groove today for fractions to a
point or more although selling was
less urgent and scattered market
favorites managed to pull them
selves on the fairly solid ground.
Most investors still were inclined
to maintain a liquid position be
cause of the feeling the end of the
European conflict was approaching
with economic repercussions on the
industrial home front a distinct pos
sibility. More courageous bidders
partially reinstated accounts with
the view the recent reaction had
discounted a lot of troubles.
Irregularly lower trends were re
sumed at the start. Dealings taper
ed after the opening and extreme
declines were shaded here
and there a tthe close.
The Assnriafpd Procc aupratfo of
60 stocks was off .4 of a point at
52.9. Of 862 issues registering, 512
were down, 140 up and 210 unchang
ed. Transfers of 727,675 shares com
pared with 880,420 the day before.
Prominent on the offside were
American telephone (ex-dividend),
Santa Fe, Southern Railway,
Chrysler, Goodrich, Sears Roebuck,
Woolworth, International Har
vester, Westinghouse, Texas Co.,
J. C. Penney and Sperry. Pitts
burgh Stepl preferred dropped 13
points at 82 on a 100-share sale,
first transaction in this stock for
some time.
Texas Pacific land trust was
the most active stock of the ses
sion, up 3-8 on reports of new oil
discoveries on this company’s pro
perty. Improvement was retained
by Bethlehem, propped by word
that the concern had navy orders
running into 1947; Great Northern,
Graham-Paige, Public Service of
N. J. and International Nickel.
Bonds were spotty. At Chicago
wheat was off 1-2 to 1 5-8 cents a
bushel, oats unchanged to up 2 3-8
and rye down 7-8 to 1 1-4. Cotton
was 5 cenlE a bale lower to ahead
40 cents.
Slipping in the curb were Ameri
can Gas, Aluminum of America
Pantepec, Glenn Alden Coal and
Callite Tungsten., Republic Avia
tion, Electric Bond and Share and
N. J. inc, advanced. Turnover here
was 203,000 shares versus 214,
415 yesterday.
-V
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
NEW YORK, Sept. 14—UPI—Clos
ing foreign exchange rates follow
(Great Britain in dollars, others
in cents):
Canadian dollar in New York
market 11 per cent discount or
89.00 U. S. cents, .25 of a cent high
er.
Europe: Great Britain official
buying $4.02, selling $4.04.
Latin American: Argentina free
25.00, .05 of a cent lower; Brazil
free 5.15n; Mexico 20.65n.
N—Nominal.
-V
NEW ORLEANS SPOT
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 14.—<£>)—
Spot cotton closed steady 20 cents
a bale higher. Sales 8,928; low mid
dling 17.86; middling 21.26; good
middling 21.66; receipts 2,672;
stock 329,806.
DAILY CROSSWORD
ACROSS
1. Stitch
4. Obstacle
7. A frolic
(slang)
Sphere of
action
12. Maxim
13. Allude
14. Bite
15. River (It.)
17. Often
(poet.)
18. First note
of scale
jlv• wnui u
22. Article
25. A tyier of
land
28. Kind of duck
30. Sifting
utensil
31. Settings
33. Mine
entrance
34. Pull of nuts
36. Dutch
(abbr.)
37. Cushion
39. The
(Old Eng.)
40. Number
41. The poplar
44. Unaccom
panied
46. Liquid
47. Tears
48. Greek letter
49. Distress
signal
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sharply
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4. Hinder
8. Part of
"to be”
t Made better
7. Exchanges,
as jokes
8, Silly
10. Medieval
boat
11. Skill
16. Simpleton
20. Basso
(abbr.)
21. Silkworm
23. Destitute
of teeth
24. Bill of fare
26. Obvious
27. Tunes again
29. Soak flax
32. Pig pen
35. Periods
of time
37. Bird’s craw
38. A wing
40. Weights
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CAPTAIN EASY? COME
OVER TO HEADQUARTERS.
THERE ARE SOME MEN
HERE I WANT YOU TO
—MEET
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COME IN, EASY...THESE MEN ARE AUTHORITIES ON
JAPAN,,.FORMER MILITARY ATTACHES, TOURISTS,
. AND THIS IS CAPTAIN ALVARE7 OF THE PHILIPPINE
X—-—--^SCOUTS j
COLONEL WINGER TOLD US
OF YOUR TRIPS BEHIND GER
MAN LINES IN EUROPE...AND
THAT YOU ONCE VISITED LUTON
AFTER THE JAPS OCCUPIED
^ THE PHILIPPINES
you FEUAS \ THAT VWUUP DC ,
PLANNING A SUICIDE, CAPTAIN. I
TRIP TO JAPAN / BUT 1 HAVE ANOTHER I
FOR ME? J SUGGESTION WHICH I
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W VCORR. 1W »Y NE* SERVICI,
DR. BOBBS—___ By ELLIOTT and McARDLE
I THERE ve been tons of
HATE AND SUSPICION AND
PRE JUDICE LET LOOSE IN THIS
Old world in the last few
...A ~
-AND ms GOING TO TAKE
MORE THAN A PEACE
CONFERENCE TO DE
ODORIZE ALL OF HITLER'S
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THE MEN COMING BACK ARE I .
GOING TO EXPECT UNDER- 1
STANDING - THEY DON'T WANT
CHARITY, THEY WANT A NORMAL 5
LIFE -AND THE ASSURANCE
THAT THEY FOUGHT FOR SOME
THING REAL AND LASTING!!.'
GASOLINE ALLEY— MAN TO MAN ONLY
I fro ME, F COM SXEEZIV.'
WHEEE THEV CAME F£OM,
9- THESE BEADS AI?E ONE THIRD ]( FIRST
Is- ENOUGH TO SUV A WIFE » J[iNSTAUMtHTj
DEAR SKEEZI* DON'T SEND ANY MORE BEADS.
I'LL KEEP THESE AND NOT CASH THEM. I HAVE
A WIFE WHO IS FAIRLY SATISFACTORY. AS FAR
AS HAVING TWO IS CONCERNED, I WOULDN'T TAKE
SiOO FOR 1HE ONE I HAVE BUT I WOULDN'T
GIVE A STRING OF BEADS-FOR ANOTHER.
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THE GI MPS— END OF THE TRAIL
B'S O K,ANDy.
JU'RE ALL
!ONG TO SUSPECT
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JT THAT THERE
5 RATS IN THE '
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f NATURALLY- YOU OUGHT TO \
THE TWO-LEGGEP CHARGE THAT TIM HAY ’
VARIETyTTN THE BOARP- SOME APPETITE!
CELLAR, EH?> WHAT HE CAN'T PUT IN HIS
PACE, HE CARRIES AWAY
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PROPER PLACE FOR HER'
THE ONLY PLACE! I'M
SORRY - BUT THAT MUST
BE MY FINAL DECISION! 1
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I PUT YOU IN THE
CLOAK ROOM FOR
PUNISHMENT--NOT
TO BE OUT CLIMBING
TREES/LEAVE THOSE
PANTS RIGHT THERE
1'M GOING TO PARADE
YOU AROUND THE
SCHOOL ROOM.’
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