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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Biddeford, Maine Biddeford daily journal saturday evening july 18, 1936. Page five. I in woman a realm Nancy Page change of scene eases a change of heart by Florence Granke. Marlene a bound i of we t3 for Europe Aste matrons Marian Martin frock boasts i Chic Wear ability. Pattern 9937 one look and you wont be 1 Happy a til you be made it for Marian Martin has designed this i practically indispensable frock for i the smart Matron to Wear right through summer. You la revel in its slim flattering lines and Chic Wear ability and love the variety offered by the novel Yoke panel and pleated sleeves. Best of ail this slender izing pattern is not Only becoming its so simple that i even if you have never sewn be fore you hesitate to at i tempt it for the Complete diagrammed sew Chart explains i every bit of the easy making of j this Dainty frock. Choose a pretty i Cotton crepe Percale or solid col i ored Broadcloth and match or j contrast the buttons pattern 9937 May be ordered Only in sizes 16, 18, 20, 34, 36, 40. I 42, 44, 46 and 48. Size 36 requires j 4 Yards 36 Inch fabric. You la want several versions of this Jaunty j Marian Martin frock. I pattern 9936. A Bright Way to solve that i a morning frock problem is with a i Jaunty comfy and easily made j pattern there a no better Way to keep your spirits up than by slip i Ping into this cheery creation j guaranteed to keep you Crisp and Spruce the Livelong Day. Notice How the saucy buttons carry out a Gay accent scheme for both Yoke and Belt you la want to run up several in pretty Cotton fabrics such As printed Percale checked Gingham or pique. Send for the simple pattern today then make this frock and see if your family does no to Admire you across the breakfast table Complete diagrammed Marian Martin sew Chart included. Pattern 9936 May be ordered Only in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 and 40. Size 16 requires 3 Yards 36 Inch fabric. Send fifteen cents in coins or Stamps coins preferred for each Marian Martin pattern. Be sgt ure to write plainly your name address and style number. State size of pattern. Order our Marian Martin pattern Book and see How easily you can make your own Cool Lovely vacation clothes House dresses party frocks play outfits see the practical patterns for growing children the latest bridal Trousseau the a slimming Down designs for heavy figures and All the fabric news Book fifteen cents. Pattern fifteen cents. Twenty five cents for both when ordered together. Send your order to the Bice Ford daily journal pattern department 232 West 18th st., new York n. Y. Doris was getting ready for a two weeks motor trip. Lier Mother and a Friend were motoring to a nearby Large town where there were shops and Heaters and distractions of All sorts. Doris had not been included in the party at first but after she had broken her engagement her Mother Felt Doris needed to get out of town for a Short time. After Doris had broken with Tony she began to see another Side to it that had not occurred at first. A you know a she told her Mother a the boys will All think i am a regular brat. I bet they wont have a thing to do with me. hold it against me and they la be afraid i will let them Down just like i did she was quite relieved to find that Many of the boys took another viewpoint. A glad you Are Back in circulation Dorries was their comment. She still Felt that All of this would not have happened had she and Tony seen More of each other before they had become engaged or even if they had been living in the same town after the engagement was announced. A i am sorry it All had to happen like this but Isnit it better to break it off now than it would have been to get married and then to discover that you and the Man you had promised to stay with for better and worse was not a Man you could be proud of or look up to or grow up with a before Doris left she returned the wedding presents and the Shower gifts she had received. In the Case of gifts which had been monogrammed with her new initials she was extremely careful to write Brief explanatory notes when the gifts were returned. A number of friends who had sent her gifts marked with her own initials asked her to keep the presents. But she made an Effort to return every gift to its donor. Had the invitations to the wedding been issued they would have been recalled in a formal manner. No reasons Are Given and naturally the recipients of the recalled invitations Send no answer and make no comment. Curiosity May be natural but a Well bred person never shows it nor asks embarrassing questions. Tea. A ready for an extended vacation in Hor native Europe Marlene Dietrich Hollywood film favorite is shown Here As she boards a los Angeles train to new York for the first Lap of her trip abroad. She was accompanied by her daughter Maria Siebur. Daily menu by Mes. Alexander George Gooseberry mint relish delicious with hot or cold meats breakfast. Cantaloupe cooked wheat Cereal Cream soft cooked eggs buttered Toast Coffee luncheon cottage cheese and Apricot salad fruit cookies Apple sauce Tea dinner broiled Steak creamed potatoes Gooseberry mint relish bread butter cabbage stuffed tomatoes sliced peaches norwegian cakes Coffee Gooseberry mint relish. Use fresh or canned berries j eight cups berries i cup water i 6 cups sugar 8 mint leaves. Mix ingredients and simmer to minutes remove mint leaves and Cook relish until thick. This will require about 15 minutes. Pour into sterilized jars and Seal. Cabbage stuffed tomatoes. Four firm tomatoes medium sized it cups chopped cabbage 2 Tablespoons chopped Green peppers to Teaspoon celery Salt to i Teaspoon Salt to Teaspoon Capri j a 1-3 cup salad dressing. Mix cabbage with peppers seasonings and a it the dressing. Chill. Stuff tomatoes which have been peeled and had centers removed. Arrange on lettuce and top with rest of dressing. Have All ingredients chilled before combining and work quickly As salads should be served very cold. Norwegian cakes. One third cup fat is cup sugar j a Teaspoon Salt to Teaspoon a j Nilla to Teaspoon Almond extract j Teaspoon Lemon extract 3 egg Yolks 3 egg Whites beaten i cup flour i Teaspoon baking powder 2-3 cup shredded almonds. Cream fat and sugar. Add Salt. Extracts Yolks and flour. Beat 2 j minutes fold in Whites and baking powder. Spread 1-3 Inch thick in shallow pan fitted with waxed paper. Sprinkle with almonds. Bake 25 minutes in slow oven. Cool Cut j in Diamond shapes and remove paper. Journal a wants earn their Cost. Lessons in English by w. L. Gordon words often misused do not say a it was my sister Alice you saw at the say a whom you often mispronounced Capri Cious. Pronounce a Prish us a and u unstressed i As in dish accent second syllable. Often misspelled maintenance not maintain Ance. Synonyms intelligible perceptible discernible distinct Clear Plain. Word study a use a word three times and it is yet us increase our vocabulary by mastering one word each Day. Today s word import noun meaning. A what is the import of this teach ing words often misused do not say a it is a tiny Little omit tiny or Little. Often mispronounced refuse verb and noun. Verb pronounce the s As a accent last syllable. Noun pronounce s As in so accent first syllable. Often misspelled appetite two pcs. Synonyms old aged ancient antiquated obsolete. Word study a use a word three times and it is let us increase our vocabulary by mastering one word each Day. Today s word introspective seeing inwardly giving to self examination. A the became silent and words often misused do not say a the five children distributed the oranges among one another a say a among often mispronounced superfluous. Pronounce us Pur Floo us four syllables and accent second syllable not the first and third. Often misspelled seize i. Siege in. Synonyms assert allege aver declare. Word study a use a word three times and it is yet us increase our vocabulary by mastering one word each Day. Today sword cultural pertaining to culture refined. A her travels around the world gave her a cultural private report. Friend there Wasny to a very big account of your daughters wedding in the paper this morning. Father sadly a no the big account was sent to reformer. Nancy has a leaflet on hotel etiquette. Send your request with a stamped self addressed envelope to Nancy Page care of this paper. Done before filling in the hot custard and this will be avoided. Q. What is a first Aid remedy for sunstroke a. Loosen the clothing of the patient remove him into the Shade immediately and apply ice cold water to the head. Q. How can i make the ceiling of a room look much higher a. By hanging the curtains from the ton of the window to the floor instead of stopping at the Bottom of the window. Q. How can i remove Oil stains from a carpet a. Rub with a clean cloth dipped in gasoline. Begin at the Edge of the stain and gradually work towards the Center changing to a clean Section of the cloth when one part is soiled. Q. How can i prevent cooking fats and drippings from becoming rancid ? a. By keeping them in the refrigerator. R look and learn by a. C. Gordon i by Francine Markel tear miss Markel i have a Long narrow table. How should. I set it for an Odd number of people is. C. Answer if when you have five including you and your husband and you object to seating two guests on one a Ide and one on the other place All three guests on one Side and on the opposite Side your candles and Low vase of Flowers As shown in the sketch. If your Odd number exceeds live. You will then have to set your table in the usual Way placing some guests on each Side. A a dear miss Market kindly let me know the absolutely Correct manner in which to order a table d Hote dinner Dorothy. Answer if you Are with a Man Tell him what you desire and he will give your order along with his to the waiter. Of course you should confine your selections to the table do Hote menu. If you have no Host or hostess give your order direct to the waiter thus a a in la take the dinner Quot stating your preference to the appetizer. Then order your soup if you desire an your fish course if there is such next the meat course along with the vegetables and finally your salad. After you have finished rating your salad the waiter will take your dessert order. If you prefer your Coffee with your dinner Tell the waiter so otherwise it will he served in Demi Tasse along with your dessert. Copyright 1936. By Watkins Syndicate. Inc. Miss Market will promptly mail personal answers to questions from any Reader enclosing self addressed three cent stamped envelope. L modern etiquette by Roberta Lee. When a Man and his wife a hotel should they both q. Enter Register a. No the Man should Register for both. Q. Should a woman show the same regard for her associates As a Man in asking permission to smoke ? a. Yes. Q. What Are the most important things to observe when setting the dinner table a. Two of the most important things Are that the Centrepiece be placed exactly in the Center and that the chairs of the guests Are exactly opposite each other. Q. What should a woman Wear when invited to a dinner and she does not own a dinner gown a. Wear an evening gown. Q. Whom should a Bride give preference As a maid of Honor at her wedding a. Her sister should be Given preference otherwise her most intimate Friend. Q. Is it Correct to say a i was angry at Charles because he did not come a. No say a i was angry with Charles a person a and a a i was angry at my dog or a at the delay an animal or a thing a q. Is it rude to speak or refer to a girl As a a Girlie a. Yes it is ill bred to do so. Q. Is it All right for a letter of Courtesy to be Brief a. Yes a lengthy Courtesy letter is not required. Q. Should the guests be provided with plates and napkins for their canapes at a cocktail party a. No neither plates nor napkins Are necessary As canapes Are taken with the fingers and eaten in one or two bites. I coast me 9 How Many Miles Lias Hie u. S.? who preceded David As King of Israel 3. How Many years has the Fountain pen been in use 4. What is the derivation of a a saturday 5. What is the largest Island in the Mediterranean sea answers. 16,900 Miles. Sauk fifty years. It was named for Saturn. Sicily. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. At what rate does Light travel ? 2. Who was the great cavalry Leader of the civil War 3. What is one called who beats Gold into thin leaves 4. In what season of the year Are ships in the greatest danger from icebergs in Hie North Atlantic ? 5. Which is the oldest Cotton producing country in the world answers. 1. 186,000 Miles a second. 2. Philip Henry Sheridan. 3. Gold beater. 4. Summer. 5. India. A ear miss Markel kindly Tell me what color suit a Page should Wear at an afternoon wedding worried Mother. Answer a the ring bearer and pages May dress in modern or period costumes depending on the Bride s wishes. If dressed in modern clothes they should be White. Ask the brides advice before you make your plans. Dear miss Market the brides Uncle is going to give her away. Should the marriage be announced by him and his wife or by the brides sister and her husband a j. C. T. Answer inasmuch As her Uncle will give her away i presume she has made her Home with him or at least she feels that he is her nearest of Kin. Therefore he and his wife should announce her marriage. Dear miss Markel i have Black hair deep Blue eyes and a very fair complexion. Is there a name for this Type if so Inhat what colors Are becoming to this Type a a Reader. Answer you Are a Light Brunette belonging to the celts the highest Type of Beauty among the French and Irish. You May successfully Wear Blue Pink Bright red Brown Canary yellow Green and violets if your skin is Clear and very Ligh Black and White Orange rust and the new Dubonnet. Copyright. 1936. By Watkins Syndicate inc. Miss Markel will promptly mail personal answers to questions from any Reader enclosing self addressed three cent stamped envelope. Under the Blue Everard by Jordan Gove do any of you folks happen to know of a Hill or Vale or Meadow or clump of Trees with Moss under them or Brook that Means More to you than any other such spot in and remove the dead blooms from the geraniums about the soldiers Monument in City Square it would greatly improve the appearance of the memorial. At present the grass has gone to seed and the Bli the world do you happen to j geraniums have far More dead know of some sheltered Nook j clusters on them than sightly where the warm Spring Sun coaxes i Flowers. Out Tho first Mayflower and dog tooth violets of the season that a a a a Quot a 1ls, i have Gulden a ii a a a a a a about the country a tendency on Ahvay makes you smile when you let pan of those Jav Inin Char 5e the care of unimproved roads to Crown them too much. This results think of it and brings Back memories of childhood and other things that Are Ever so Nice in a Ridge along the Center of the or perhaps its just a certain Highway that Many time make swamp where the nigh Bush j pm almost impassable to the blueberries hang thick and luscious j present Jay automobile with its in late August or where the Wood-1 Low clearance. In the Days of the cock love to congregate in the fall horse and Carriage the horses or a Partridge cover where comb-1 hoofs kept this Cut Down hut unions Are perfect for the Birds Der present conditions there is with ferns and Pine Needles and nothing to Wear it away. Result Partridge berries and perhaps a cars often drag As they Are drive clump of Blackberry vines. The j in along such roads or Are pre whole sloping gradually off into a vented from using them at All. Shaded Valley that merges into still i a second Valley with a tiny Rill of a Mill notes st earn flowing through. And All j a. Avn cum Tiki my i c protected and sheltered by the an Quot &Quot"it1�h Mili s eternal Green of Pine and Hemlock using More Woiton. With a few Maples for Good count j the Cotton manufacturing in happen to know of such a d us tries of this country and eng place Well i do. Only mine Isnit slam continue to enjoy unusually exactly a place for its a Brook i favourable conditions by Compaq i West Brook that runs out of the i son with those that have prevail Wilcox Pond on West Street and cd during recent years Anil they flows Down through the Foss and a constitute two of the most important sections of the world Cotton spinning Industry contributing to the current High rate of world Cotton consumption according to the new York Cotton Exchange service. A for practically seven successive weeks a says the Exchange service a Mills of this country have sold More than their current output of. Cloth. In consequence Mills have greatly reduced their stocks of unsold goods and have built up a Good backlog of unfilled orders which seems to assure a High rate of Mill activity for Gordon holdings to Babbs Field where in the Winter when it is dammed up it forms the Pool Road skating rink. Escaping from this entanglement it flows across or rather under Pool Road Aud then in a few twists and turns into the Saco River. From that Point it but a few Miles to the sea and oblivion. Yes of All the out of doors that i know West Brook holds the pleasantest memories for it was the first Brook that i knew. From its Limpid Waters i caught my first Trout. In it was located the old swimming Hole where i used some months. Shiver and shake every time i mrs. A Ted Coy fights poverty How can i ? by Anne Ashley. Q. How can i lower the temperature of a bedroom on a hot night when no air seems to be stirring ? a. Try wringing a Sheet out of cold water and hanging it be foie the window of the bedroom. Tho atmosphere will be wonderfully freshened. Q. How can i prevent the under crust of a custard pie from soaking up the custard a. Bake the crust about Hall fighting undaunted against poverty mrs. E. In a a Ted Coy above widow of one of Yale a football immortals is working As a Domestic in Oklahoma City. Discovery of her plight came after mrs. Coy jobless and destitute had pawned her wedding ring Coy a fraternity pin and other jewelry he had Given her no a Luent Days tear miss Markel almost everywhere i go i see people Cut meat with their knives in the right hand Lay the knife Down on the plate switch the Fork to the right hand pick up the piece of meat switch the Fork Back to the left hand Cut another portion switch it Back to the right hand to again convey the meat to the Mouth and so on and Infin Tum. Could this awkward manner of eating possibly be Correct would t it be much simpler to convey each piece to the Mouth with the Fork in the left hand a wondering. Answer this does not seem like motion but Many Well bred Persona do it. When eating knife foods the knife should be held in the right hand the Fork in the left. Each portion Cut off should be conveyed to the Mouth with the Fork prongs Down held in the left hand Only one Mouthful being Cut off at a time of course. It is not necessary to switch the Fork from the left to the right hand each time a portion of meat is lifted to the Mouth. When no knife is used the Fork should be held in the right hand prongs up to convey food to the Mouth. Copyright. 1936. By Watkins Syndicate. Inc. Miss Market will promptly mail personal answers to questions from any Reader enclosing self addressed three cent stamped envelope. Worth All it Cost. They were on a shopping expedition. For Over an hour they a plunged in for its Waters were far too cold for Comfort. In those Days West Brook was far different from its present estate. Then no dam obstructed its course. Then it flowed untrammelled the while it Sang its song to the evergreens that sheltered it from the hot Sun of summer and the cold blasts of Winter for the greater part of its length. Since their passing some 20 years ago i have sometimes wondered if the old Brook might not shiver now and then missing its protecting Blanket of Pine and Hemlock. Yes i love West Brook not alone because it was the Brook of my childhood but because it was Beautiful and still is Beautiful. Not As Lovely As then but still something to look at and Admire. In Early Spring when i used to follow it in quest of the elusive Trout it seemed to be Ever talking to or laughing at me. How Bright the cowslip used to look and How Thrifty the Indian poke As it thrust its luxuriant crowns above the surrounding bog. On on we meandered together West Brook and i the while it Sang its song to me and my heart a the favourable conditions in the British spinning Industry developed much earlier than in the Domestic Industry. It got under Way last summer and continued with Only temporary interruptions through the fall and Winter. During most of that period British Mills sold goods much in excess of their production thus strengthening their Market position. During the past two or three months sales by British Mills have been More moderate but they have been sufficient when added to the backlog of orders previously booked to maintain High Mill activity. An important feature of the British situation is that the great improvement in Lancashire has been bailed chiefly on improvement of the Domestic Market rather than on a revival of Export Trade in Cotton w. H. Brodhead is reported to have resigned As agent and buyer at the Camden me Woolen company. Max Wagner has been made superintendent of the Camden me company. Or. Wagner was previously located in California. William Allen has been made Mills Sanford succeeding William t. Lockett resigned. Pequot Mills own Selling organization. Pequot Mills announced wednesday that on october i it will establish its own Selling organization. According to the announcement the new York sales offices will be located on the first floor of the Clarence Whitman amp sons building at 21 East 26th Street. The location of Branch offices in other parts of the country will be announced at a later Date. Rudolph c. Dick treasurer and general manager when interviewed stated a the establishment of the Mill s own Selling organization has been under consideration for some time. Changed conditions in the merchandising of sheets and sheeting have made it imperative that the Mill establish a closer relationship with its customers than has existed in the past. In having our own salesmen calling upon tin Trade a or. Dick added a it is hoped that greater co operation and service May government to Purchase Cottons for of a. The procurement division of the Treasury department has made known intentions to Purchase 8,-622,000 Yards of Cotton textiles for distribution to emergency work Relief room throughout the United states. This is the first Purchase made under the present fiscal year programme and will be followed by others As the situation demands. The goods to be purchased under schedules 201 to 209, inclusive on which bids will be opened at the office of the procurement division july 20 for delivery August 20. Are As follows Percale 1,181,000 Yards. Broadcloth 1,077,000 Yards. Chambray Type a 1,325,000 Yards. Bleached Muslin 1,155,000 Yards. Unbleached Muslin 1,248,-000 Yards. Gingham 22-Inch, 471,-000 Yards. Gingham 36-Inch, 521,-000 Yards. Fancy chambray 4.5-ounce, 400,000 Yards. Wide sheeting 533,000 Yards. Narrow sheeting 711,000 Yards. At the Walcott and Campbell Cotton spinning Mill Gulfport mass., clans Are being worked out to replace the Cotton Mill equipment which was sold recently under mortgage foreclosure with machinery for making silk and Rayon hosiery according to unofficial reports. The old equipment is being removed to a Mill in Opelika. Ala. Sang Buck. Little wonder i love it i manager of Mill a of the Sanford and the memories that like ghosts a a of the past line its Moss grown Banks. And i used to get yes Trout. Of plenty of them. And some Gin at last he gave in. A very Well a he said weakly a a in la buy the fur coat if you wish but i Tell you darkly it la mean the poorhouse for a thank you Darling a exclaimed his wife. A just think of the impression i shall when i Wear this coat to visit stories. Big ones. Now alas they Are nearly All gone. Just another of those changes the years have brought. And now we Are at the Falls with their Clatter of tumbling caters and a the for Westbrook has a Cave. Not As High or wide now is the Cave As it used to be for the years aided by the frosts have tumbled several tons of its roof of trap Rock into the Brook below but still quite a sizable Cave. Here at the head of the Falls was located the Peak grist Mill. Thus was some 200 years ago possibly More. For years it stood and then one Spring West Brook gathered All its forces Ana with a mighty Rush of Waters swept the Mill away nothing remaining but the two great Stone wheels that used to grind the grist. These stones Lay where the flood water left them until some two years ago when a Saco Speculator chancing that Way in quest of Trout bought them from the owner for $1 and had them hauled off. I Well recall the Day i found they were gone. I Felt i had lost a Friend. From under the overhanging Edge of one of them i had caught Trout and i never passed that Way but i stopped to look at them and dream of the past. Had i but known How easy it would have been to have bought them j and left them Bing where the a teds lodged them so Long ago and where they belong a link with that dim past when they served a struggling people. Yes the Mill is gone and the stones so that now one would never suspect that Man had built there. As i think How completely time has wiped away every Trace i sometimes wonder will it be the same with Man ? i note the erosion of the years during which West Brook has worn a passage for itself through the encompassing Edge i ask my self a will Man be Able to withstand the ravages of time or will he even As the stones and the stars finally yield to its insistent gnawing and when that Day comes when the in has gone out and the Earth dead and forlorn like a burned out cinder wheels unguided through space All will be As if Man and his works had never been despite the centuries of blood and tears through which he has striven to record one imperishable footprint on the shores of time. If some one would Cut the grass German actress but u. Wife the wife of Felix Brecher Philadelphia Engineer. Heddy Sven German movie Star has returned to America after spending seven years in Berlin. Here she relishes that favorite american summer beverage a tall iced lemonade. Conditions in machinery industries. Visible evidences of renewed activity in nearly All branches of the machinery Trade of the United states Are among the soundest of indications that the country is in fact emerging from the depression according to a review of the american machinery industries a recently made Public by the Bureau of foreign and Domestic Commerce department of Commerce. Certain underlying factors such As the delayed purchases of machinery and equipment and the existence of vast reserves of credit Point to definite expansion in the various machinery industries and present trends fully justifying the feeling of optimism generally prevailing within the Industry group it was Wool and Cotton reporter. Oldtown Maine Woolen Mills has been granted a Patent on the trademark Oldtown Moose head Lake cloth. The trademark describes a Circle within a Circle the inner Circle containing the outline of a Moose a head and Antlers As he is swimming toward the front of the Circle. Mountainous scenery forms the background of a Lake. Patent was applied for feb. I 1936, and use was claimed since Jan. 17. 1936. Edward Bloom co., inc., is closing its Mills at new London and Putnam conn., for he season. Edward Bloom agent declares the company is not going out of business and will keep its new York office but does not intend to manufacture textiles until after the close of the year. Taxation difficulties labor troubles and unsettled business conditions have brought about this decision according to or. Bloom. About 350 Are employed in the new London Plant and about 450 at Putnam. J. Frank Morrissey has been made general superintendent of the Interlaken print works at Arkwright r. I., and the Plant at Harris taking the place of Robert n. Gee who died recently. Or. Morrissey was superintendent of the Interlaken Harris Mill Harris r. I., for the past 12 years. Russell b. Snow is to be Plant manager of the print works at Arkwright an j James g. Lindsay will be manager of the Harris Plant. Classon knitting Mills ltd., will move its entire Plant from Montreal to Sherbrooke Quebec during the summer months. They will begin operations there in there in the Early fall with 75 workers. The Quebec Rayon Mills in Sherbrooke supplies the material for the company a Rayon underwear. Both of these companies Are wholly owned subsidiaries of a Pennsylvania company. J. Harris of new York has been made manager of Tho new Sherbrooke Plant with diaries st. Denis As sales manager. The Cotton acreage estimate of the department of agriculture last week was considered bullit by the Trade and As a result prices advanced above to cents and have since remained at or near the higher Levels. The closing quotation monday for spot middling Upland on the new Ork Cotton Exchange was 13.52. Higher prices for both Gray and finished Cotton goods have been quoted throughout the Market. In the latter Divi Sion advances have been noted particularly for Percale Denim chambray Cotton flannels a turkish towels. Read journal 4�?~want

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