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Times, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1968, San Mateo, California
San Mateo times san Mateo California Fok everyone vol 4 no 11 saturday March 16 1968 Page 1j the magic of observing o the Forest it was a cold and Windy Day and a Mother Deer and her Fawn were wandering through the for est looking for food the air was fresh for it had just rained and most of the plants were soaked to death with water the Mother Deer s concern for her Fawn was very High and her head was filled with trouble she and the had not had food for three Days if they did not find food soon they would probably get eaten by one of the Many bears in the Forest she was getting weak and would soon pass away and the thought of her Fawn in the Forest alone starving like her was helping her along she at least had Ane Graceful thought in mind before the rain had come she had taught the Fawn to listen for an enemy and some of the tricks to escape from one now All she had to do was teach it to find its own food suddenly she heard a ing in the Bushes she kicked the Fawn lightly and she ran it followed she Lead it to a clump of rocks and Trees where the Fawn s color blended in next she crept Back to the Trail peered through the Bushes in her tracks and wide awake was a Bear it was startled and it must have heard her the Bear looked about As weak As she was this still did t mean anything she had seen Many a Bear in her life and they All looked like they have passed away years ago it started to move towards her and she turned to run Denly her heart began to Pound like it had never done before her foot was caught in the Bushes and she was yanking wildly Bear charged after her she slipped and fell its Large Sharp nails dug into the Side of her neck and the limb snapped she was now free from the Bushes but the Bear was upon her she jumped and tried to run but she was weaker than she thought again the Bear s claws dug into her she began to kick wildly and managed to get his Eye the next thing that was a shot the Bear ran and then fell some distance away the Mother doer took advantage of this and ran the Fawn was Safe but excited to see her Mother return her Mother was weak As she Lay Down beside her Fawn and showed her appreciation for the Fawn s obedience Delthy Haack Grade g lands school at the children s the Tongue is purple he is eating plants out of our hands front with hands Maureen Gabbo Don Bryan Mitchell Marc Johnson Parkside kindergarten invent a witches brew you re too Light for Ball that s what coach Reynolds had said it meant that Tony Kay Ned s bitter rival would win the spot at halfback Ned was in the chemistry lab of his school mixing All kinds of liquids together consoling self with his experiments he swung around irritably his hand knocked Over a Beaker of red solution he had just mixed splashing himself to the Elbow instantly he cried out there was no pain but All the area that was wet had disappeared he Felt his fingers his flesh was still there but you just could t Sec it reaching out blindly he dumped a similar Beaker of Blue solution on the spot it was the Luckiest Choice possible slowly Turkily the flesh and shirt came Back a was perfectly Ned sat trembling i be Dis covered a vanishing fluid and a restoring moments later he heard a faint shout again he grinned he poured More red solution in a Beaker slowly he began to mix it being a chemist or almost he wanted to try formula which by now was called Ned Blake s brew or just Plain brew hearing footsteps coming Down the Hall toward the lab he swiftly poured a very amount of brew in his hands and rubbed the liquid All Over his body and also the bottles of disappearing and reappearing fluid just in time for in walked or Bailey Ned s chemistry teacher Ned walked softly around or Bailey but saw that he had been seen he most laughed aloud at the comic expression or Bailey showed when he saw the mess Ned had made after awhile of watching or Bailey Ned with a flask under each Arm slipped away Home unseen later in his basement lab at Home Ned pondering about his discovery but still had come to no decision about what to do All of a sudden he thought of an if he showed the coach his disappearing act and told him about what an asset he would be to the team the coach would re consider and play the next Day he approached coach Reynolds on the Field Ned told the coach All about his discovery he showed him he could disappear and because the coach at first did t believe him the coach was first surprised then de but after awhile he told Ned that he still could t use him be cause disappearing and on the Field would be dishonest Ned started away dejected and Hurt the coach called him Back and asked if he could make it into a magician s act during halftime at the games boy was the coach getting excited As he went on with his plans Ned too was caught up in the excitement and started to plan his act to self after saying Good Bye to the coach he went to the Library of the school and looked up cans acts to add to his one next Day he was All prepared when half time came around the crowd of spectators really liked his Tony a station that too in football but Ned was t jealous anymore for he had his formula for brew and a new career in magic and Tony had his c o r i n n e Parson eighth Grade Junior High school enjoying the beauties of our world As the front door shut behind me the conform ties of society once so prevalent in my mind completely vanished the Rity Blanket so often Felt in the House unwrapped itself leaving me to wonder about the ing its Beauty just unravelling it took a deep breath of the air cold and tingling and then stepped off the onto the Corpse of a squashed pillar As my eyes scanned the front Yard the Trees shrubs and freshly Cut grass glistened with the drops o Fearly Dew the Fountain once alive and bubbly was now ancient and silent Green algae covering the sides of the Stone Structure my dog bounded toward me As i strode Down the walk she had obviously been ing the mud puddle in the Back Yard for her paws were now mahogany Brown instead of their usual Frothy White As i opened the Gate i spied the Den Hose in a tangled Heap not bothering to stoop and pick it up i shut the Gate behind me a big red monster confronted me actually it was my mom s 1955 Buick special with which she refuses to part she Calls it old Suzie my friends refer to it As the mod or times the in Dis Guise i walked across the Lawn and habitually tripped Over the to head which has served us so faithfully All these in no end of Summers it has provided the Lawn and our family with Cool Clear water three battered bikes Lay in the driveway of the House next door they looked forlorn and lonesome the Wear and tear certainly beginning to show their owners were across the Street interrogating the Case of a Flat Ball i continued my daily walk and cordially greeted the elderly gentleman who Waits near his chrysanthemums every morning for his ride to work i then passed a Garden that looked like a replica of an african Jungle i reached the bus Stop just As the machine wearily chugged up the Windy Hill after picking up other students we rolled along the new Highway which has re placed the fragrant Meadow continued on Page j2 note the participation of All san Mateo county schools through Grade 8 will be by the Junior times District superintendents and the Heads of private or schools can obtain full information by address ing or Walter Jack the times 1080 South Bayshore
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