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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

1 ME SUtt AND INI3W YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, 'MAfcCH 7, 'tfO. , t - ' I-"'' TJie Swinsi - of the Pendulum "I am simply amazed and fascinated.' Reading hard and fastentranced! This is gfthius!H-3aor4e Allan England. $1.90 . BONI & LIVERIGHT, NEW YORK A CLOUD OF WITNESSES By ANNA DE KOVEN (Mrs. Regiuald de Koven) An amazingly definite and convindng personal narrative bf such catraor dlnary and indlsputablo evidences of spirit communication received by the author that she deems it her duty to the world to declare the facta. Dr. James H. Hyslop contributes an introduction in which ho vouches for the seriousness and sincerity of these experiments. $2.60 in all booltloret, or may be ordered direct from E. P. BUTTON & CO., 681 Fifth Ave., New York Frank H. Simonds considers Arthur W. Page the ' greatest critic ofAmeiica's operations in the war. OUR HO DAYS' FIGHTING By ARTHUR W. PAGE . What every combat division did, from Cantigny to Sedan. A book that leaves the reader thrilled with t...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

If l ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, 4 SUNDAY, MARCH 7t 1920. 9 Notes on NeW Books ConMastd frem rnxedt Taae. 14 1 1 i ': 'X i 'v' ft. c , A- ?.:-.: , 5, v 5 y ' hit1 . 4? Tried (Knopf) my be aa earlier work, tot it l unusual ul abscld sot be miaed. it ! the story of as Anglo ItaSsa purriace. Tfc Italian tempera ment is atadied with extraordinary un derstanding and ajmpathy. plat hsraer, against the background of solid. lasalar English pilot and respectability. If the story wen newjy written ose might find In It a moral ct a Krt for (he Adriatic aituailoo, the raoril being that even wlM men mar H hesitate lo rash la and try to settle xker and allta peop:' af fairs. Tt that It exactly what the Eng lish relatives do when they bear of the marriage of their ton's widow to the young Italian whore father Is a dentist. Sir. Braeka mm a Bananecr. The return of the historical covet Idisa sort, hat beea predicted. Tte only arisen before ua It . Sartt (Cre tary), by Caartea a Brooka. tha aaxae ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

- 7 ; AND THE NEWT6RK HERALD TEN PAGES. SECTION SEVEN Unknown Americans Who Are Col M. HASKELL Yrast Relief and Reconstruction W o r k B e i n g Administered by Quiet, Effic ient Men Whose Names Are Sel dom Heard SOME of the A. E. 5". recall listening with whole souled acquiescence to Capt. Le- Comte Paul de Pourtaillis' dis course upon American vigor of execution. So pleasant were the words of Ihe im pressed de Ponrtaillis that they were worthy of recor. Capt. de Pourtaillis had come as officier de liaison after assignments to such base supply depots as Bordeaux, Bt Snlpice, St. Aignan, Gievres, Tours, and to on. After a few preliminary remark concerning the psychology of haste, to which he ascribed about 99 per cent, of the, reason for the American habit of success,' he held forth in comparisons.. "Suppose there is needed," he said, "a preat packing plant in the town of Gievres. There must be the abattoirs, the refrigera tors, the ice plant, the storage houses. It is a great under...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE - SUN AND" EW, YORK HERABD, SUNDAY, MARCH '7, 1920. i ' i - i 1 rzz , . . . ''-T.i. -3 " ' Wit aiid"W5s4QSm , . ' r' ' ' '- '. ' ,,; . r , . ' '" ; Gelbfates 50 Years of i The Great Dead orjr Will Speed ;' By EDWIN THOUGH as real as breathing men .they will not bo visiblo to tho oye, ' those splendid ghosts who dine5, with tho Lotos Club next Saturday night. Their voices will bo inaudible, though their toasts will be as grateful as the sound of distant violins. They will be," indeed, tho honor guests) fnoso fine gentlemen of a gone by dsy, for without their gentle pres--enco the Golden .Anniversary of the Lotos would be drab and incomplete. The good genius of the Lotos assures me (quite seriously) that when President Chea ter S. Lord arises from his chair at what has haver. been ho zoro Kbur at the Lotos to announce formally that the. emu has reached its fiftieth yenrt and to proposo the toasts appropriate to fine gold, Jhero will be, inyisibly arranged nround the red walls, mod...

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

s IMA CLAIRE'S JEWELS iV DEMAND, "ONLY IF' they are real ' ty iKA hill. TO what extent docs a player belong to the publio? Sounds absurd, doesn't it! Yet in a twelve yean intimate 'associa tion with the theatre and its people it has been the writer's, dbservation that the world not only, considers, itself to have a special proprietorship ia the people of the stage but holds them to bo actual servants of the public. Such an attitude involves a curious psy chology and one which it, is extremely, diffi cult to analyze, although' its manifestations tike the form of many amusing Incidents in the lives of 'player folk;. It ia not; diffi cult to understand why the theatre' taken 'in an impersonal sense should, be regarded ' b a public utiility, sinco it Is an institution' from which the world draws refreshment for tired brains and fagged nerves. In a business 'senge-t ho theatrical manager, offers 10 much for so: much, 'and 'the man who pays his 'money into a bbr . office 'usually frets th...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

"1 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY,- MARCH 7, 1920, The School of Jewish Playwrights i I Turn From Farce to Other Forms Comedy and More Serious Life Drama Is Likely to Be Born From the Technique These Authors Learned in Their j Brilliant Work as Farceurs j1- 4J . T A 7 'S (r Mil in ;i j V, re n rin vta! V v: r . f i -a' n ' - -d Mb SS.. . ot f i n. t 7 r n, ( V; Br WILLIS STEELL. AN. American dramatist, Augustas Thomas by name, is able by reason of personal experience to make the follow vb 'statement: "An unknown writer with ii pood play will have to overcome great difficulties before to goto it produced, and h well known playwright with a bad piny will experience no difficulty at all in ar ranging for a production." A near indigenous play written by Mr. Thomas and the first by him to command attention, "Alabama," charmingly meritori tius us it was, lay for an entire season in the desk of Manager A. M. Palmer, whose mind about it was divided equally between "I will" and "I won't...

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Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. 5 Work for Soldiers , Kills Bolshevism New Reemploytaertt Committee Gets Per manent Jobs for Thousands, Many of Them in High Places Niagara Exceeded By Man-Made Falls White River, Arkansas, Hydro-Electric Proj ect to Have 190 Foot Dam, 2,000 Feet Wide, Making 75 Mile Lake By W. A. T HERE'S nothing particularly new In X Baying that Bolshevism is the lusty ra of Agitation. Nowadays folio are using the much abused word Bolshevism after the manner of a rabbet blanket If man makes public outcry against profiteers and ipeoki about ropes nnd idle lampppsts in the eamo paragraph ho is set down by. these fame profiteers as a Bolshevist. If a man suggests a mill pond for United States Senators he is liable to fetch up in court to prove that be Isn't a Bolshevist. He finds this most difficult for the simpfe reason that neither ho nor his accusers tare altogether suro what ft Bolshevist ia. The old familiar grouch' who, five years ago, was dis...

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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

Packey Surprise for Democratic and Re publican Politicians Through out the State Marks End of His Eventful Career ' WHAT a picture tho mind conjures up at the words: "Packey McCabe, boss of tho Albany Democratic machine for twenty years!" The first thought ia black jacks, gunmen, strong arm voting systems and ballot box stuffing, directed from the back room of a saloon by a red faced dic tator How few people' really know Patrick F. McCabe, kindly "faced gentleman with hu morous blue eyes, gray hnir parted just oft Ihe middlo and brushed smoothly back, who ipt week announced that after holding the place of leader of the Albany city and county Democratic party for a score of years, ho would resign in order to prevent a party split wliich might interfere with victory which tho Democrats hope for in the next local campaigns. For some unknown reason Mr. McCabe's mother always called him "Pack," and when he got into public, life it didn't tak'j the scribes long to join that with his middl...

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Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

II THOMAS BRACKETT REED ON March 15, 1820, Maine was admitted as a State in the Union, and on her hundredth anniversary her government, colleges, Staje institutions of every kind and her sons and daughters and the wives of her sons and the husbands of her daugh ters, several generations of them, will cel ebrate at home and abroad that important event in the history of the stanch old "Pine Tree State." Hero in New York great preparations have been made to duly mark the day. Four college alumni associations, Senators and Representatives from Washington, famous men from the home State and the two socie ties, the Men's and the Women's Maine so cieties, will join in a dinner to commemorate the birthday and note the great events of our national history in which Maine has taken a leading part. While in every city, town and village of the ancient province there ore to be folk celebrations;, the New York party & expected to lead in every way, eloquence predominating. To Honor the Pine Tr...

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Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY,' MARCH 7, '1920. Many Gity Landmarks Engulfed by the Dry Wave Farnous Hotels, Res taurants and Cafes j Disap pea r With Little Likelihood of Being Reestablished CAPE BILL WALTERS of the tramp steamship Parnassus steadied liis elbow on the bar in the cafo of tho old Easteta Hotel and with levelled index finger niihcd A philosophical 'shot directly at tho low;' head o First Mate Hank MeCool. "Mfttey," drawled the captain, "there's just two good points about this here prohi biliori. First, its goin' to cut down the length of niter dinner speeches, and next it's goiri' to givo us an almighty flno thirst by the time the S'prcme Court of thesb United States kicks the eternal tar out of th6: Eighteenth Amendment; and tako'it from mo, matey, (ho S'prcme Court is going, to do1 that very thing." 4 "How d'ye manage to keep up ycr enthu siasm on this stuff t" asked Mate MeCool, ' looking disdainfully into a glass of cereal beverage which somebody with an ina...

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Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

"7 the sun And7 new york HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH' 1, 1920 n atucnos, r irst m r J ButTVIemories Will Be Bright City 60 W mm AMELIA ROSE WHO BEGAN HER .AREER 5 7 MODEL WHEN a CHU 7 re HOLBEIN STUDIOS By LULA MERRICK. THE long- threatened destruction of the old Holbein Studios in "West Fifty fifth street has come at last. The buildings that for nearly half a century have been associated with the growth of American art and the scenes of much of the early struggles and .development of artists now famous are fast becoming piles of debris which when cleared away will give place to eleven story apartment bouses. For some years the property had been on the market, during which lime tenants were not permitted to hold yearly leases; nevertheless artists of the present genera tion, like those of past decades, clnng to the large rooms with high ceilings and good north light as long as they could. Many of them remained until the very day when demolition began. Studios, are nearly as scarce as dist...

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Page 76 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MAItCH , 7,. 1920. Loss of Gold By Its Use Is Growing , Attrition Cannot Be Offset Except by New Production, as Particles Are So Minute FOR centuries it has been known that minute particles of gold are con tained in sea water, but in all those years Die human mind has not been able to devise ii way of extracting it in-commercial quan tities. Could the metal bo recovered at a n;iMnaile cost ono of the chief prob lems of tho financiersand the economists that of obtaining enough gold to bolster up the tottering credit of the world might readily be fcolved. Apropos of the present shortage of gold and tlw vinous expedients that are being considered to increase (he value of the listing supply, tho question has been brought up. by Julius Wodiika, a veteran jewelry manufacturer of this city, as to what iK-romes of all the gold that is lot 'annually through attrition, such as re sults from the rubbing of two rings on cacn other, from the contact of'the li...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 77 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

tttt AND NEW YORK y -.. Heal Estate- . - ! ' v j , 'xywisra pages. ONE-TIME PARKHURST CHURCH NOW JN CONNECTICUT ..A A A A. A A ft A, A. A, ft A A ft, SHOWING PILLARS. M PILASTERS from. PARKHURST .CHURCH Materials Reclaimed at Last Moment from Wrecking Concern and Transplanted in Hartford, Where They Will Serve to Beautify the New Home of the Ha.iford Times. By JOHN WALKER HARRINGTON. Miles from the midst of Manhattan, tha Madison Square Presbyterian Church, once a Jewel In the architectural crown of New York city was dedicated yesterday to new uses and In a new getting. Regarded, by many aj the finest achievement of that noted architect, the late Stanford White, of McKlra, Mead & WhiU. and ho first building In the United States in which colored glazed terra cotta was used throughout In Its members, this edttlco should never have been razed. Its materials, through the efforts of Donn Barber, architect, reap pear In the new structure of tho Hart ford Times, a well known New Eng la...

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Page 78 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

aaaaaaaaaaaaiaasa aaasaai iiiia m win mm crrvr Axnn vp.w vrtnir TittttAfiy snXDAY. MARCH T 1020. G s - - i ST.. V A f aum W ."ll. . tfAfir : ; . .. . - v -T . vw nrr, st- iTTt HTE71J l I ft I 4 HOME HUNTING TRIPS THROUGH THE SUBUKUZjjrjyjc ASSESSED VALUATIONS AND , TAX RATES SHOW INCREASES 'Small;, Attached Dwellings Just vErected Designed to Simplify it HousctcrpiDxProfctens. b bosses &owa aboro ar Mas srected in the 3tVirU of the ttty aacot rapidly gswtee borpuea. A lew tbrra are ready tr Itrsnediat eeea puxf and tbnr w tt'" prfsfac buyers who ar the ftrtt to take tJUVfer 7j0 etdb. They are designed tor single fr"-'"- and b tx rooms end bath and iSrfixrway or garage In the rear, Kad Irt Is x KD feet and the toots. 3 by ft Tbtre ar two trim of iaUrior arrangement, a U aHown by ta Orfjcr plans reprodaeed , Tbo fcofases :'n Was erected fcr froUder too Wtf idtnua - noitl hotm development all his life and wb fca alto been JdeaUCtd vita as extensive apartment deralotsarnt In Brookly...

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Page 79 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

LI SUMMIT, Expansion Is Retarded Only by the Luk of Residential Buildings Daily Inquiries at Brokers' Offices Show That Many Are Con sidering This Suburban Community as- a Future Home. Situated atop the second range of the' Orange Mountains, In the extreme north nd of Union County, at a point whero the boundary lines of Morris and Essex counUes touch It on two sides, the city of Summit. N. J., Is appropriately earned and logically arranged. It is but twenty miles from New York city on the Morris and Essex division of the Dcleware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad, which distance can be trav ersed in less than an hour. Summit has several natural advan tages which Its government has taken every means to develop. The station Is In the centre of the city and the business centre Is confined to the plaza sur rounding It and within about four square blocks to the north, bounded by and within Union place. Summit and De Forest avenues and Maple street. Springfield avenue, a block north of the...

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Page 80 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

to THE Sm "Am CTW YORK HEKALD, SUNDAY, 3JABCH 7, 323. REAL ESTATE AT ADCTIOH. 1AL ESTATE AT ADCTKWL i REAL ESTATE AT ACCFK3M. IAL ESTATE AT AgCTKHt MEAL ESTATE AT AOCIjOW. gM. ESTATE AT ARflnOftL IAL ESTATE AT AIKTKBL TiESOJiY pwwwwayj!) j j i j . ' .iii.i.i-a.w''''1i"""1-'' ' i i " '" MGHT OSBOQUTOa or TICUL UZS ttOZZM OF cosaxziurxa. At 8 P. M. 15 THE Real Estate at Public Auction SPECIAL SALES DAY Tuesday, March 23, 1920 XT SOOX. XT EXC3JUCCS MU3EOOUC rZSXT ET 5ft. T. C SUPREME COURT PARTITION SALE By fcattsetSsQs trust GEORGE J. GILLESPIE. Eu Eefetee. 174 AND 176 FIFTH AVE. 9Ckt fcraa KsJS SMftW ExicvTors Auction Sale . aun rmr.fiti f'OwiElux ftaitow ar csozV asl Jt3 aad SO 4tk Aiu Car. SMS) S aaj SSI KiLik it. X arulK as4 mat soaimaa wjxa ain. riut atiwr. JLmL luit clot tV!M tm 6tey traota iatag. f t. 1 n aaa 4 I41M - a tt Xra. 3 ljuat faaw I saJ -PiXlJtlW. g. v. Cor. C&srHk At. aaxS C STfa U Busy, twaat p-n H3X. B taJ- leant eMrttSia- Bl 52- AQXafrttr X. V. tnrr C Sit ti. ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 81 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

Miu ii.iuuiNi . isj.ssjijli i niliuil .(II ipillllllllultlWMIIIWI ;4 '.I - V v ' J ' 1 top sot 'ato yaw'Tow muAwuwAr, mamu i, iw. 15. A BRYAN L, KENNELLY "UFAI h miBWt. ???, 77JW Jbu. . AT AVCTfOH Wednwday. March 10th, 1920 At 11! o clock noon, nt Uio Kxchapgo Salesroom, lj-lQ yepoy ptN.Y.O ABSOLUTE " .MOTORS' SAUE3 E8tAtfi pf ELLEN MUBRAT, Pec'd. 117 WEST 96TH STREET, 0 story Vlat, alls 31.3j.10O. No iMitfc ' 40? WI2ST 46Tt St7 4204JZ2EAST 163D ST 37$ BLgEfiKEK T. I 331 WEST 4TH ST. To Close Estaterof FREDERICK VAN AXTE, Pec'd. West Side Jerome Av. TRUSTEES' SALES Estate of WILLIAM S. WATeWQUBE, Dec'd, 351 BOWEJRY, NEAR &P ST, I Ire story bultdlnr. Tilth two Horn and finished basements; ilie W.IxlOO. Estate of Hnnrintio W TClntolifnWl T)n.i lly Order- of JAMKS JI. WAINiVMGIIX 37 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 4 story toil basement dwelling, also Mi9U near 761 R t. Co be tlUttd into tlx Ipartmcnls. W. Side Holland Av Broil 100 feet north of Burke it, Vscant Wot, lOOjlOU. 128 West I30th St. 3 i...

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Page 82 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

.',1 4 IV. t i 1 4 ' j Borotif h of ManhattanFor Sal. Aborr Mill fit 3Ili Ar. to -North Rltrr. BUY: A West Side Dwelling aNOW , Partial Lilt of Dwellinsjs Now for Sale at Bargain Prices. X three story dwelling, Mr Central rat. In th Eighties: 2 hatha, partjwt (Iwn: (wWoni rash IPat. Th-ra slo-y alga atow nrelleat tlM. aear ttroedwar 4"ltatt ttlvu: rsettloo; reedy fr immediate ofXLpaney. Kvir.tory Awerlctn bntemeat, IbiWiIOO. 2 balbt, and Terr well tallt: one of tin- rasaprtl oa er Rita. Another popsls r American basement tOxOOxlOO. 3 batbi; tttctrie Hgbtt, parut ilxn car of the fe-r of tula-typo for aal. Tbrw story, war BItrMt Drlie: leaotlful enodlfloo: firqoet fbwrs, : baths; ail inoJrra Improreoents; ikxhmIoo May 1; (trait to toll. KnixwUltr adapted for t.hitleljn'a ct; foar tiory; riow to Tit t, sub way station; 3 tstbi. eUMrlt llgatt, psniost floor, la the SateMlea. ont Central Park Wett; 20 foot, 3 Uthi; a ml bargain; do sot delay. ' Nw Central Park, la the Kerrnlles: beaotlfu...

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Page 83 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

I i i A 1 THE SUN 'AND NffW YCWK HER'ALP, SUNDAY, MARCH V, 020. fl CITY iEAt$Jto CITY REAL ESTATE. Borough of Queens Sale or Beut CITY REAL ESTATE. Boroiigb. of Qucons Sala or Bent. real jKTMmyvcm; long Island Sale or' Bent.' Borough of Bronx Sale, or Bent. Borpugh of BronxSalo or Rent. Borough of Queens Said or Bent. Long Island Sale or Bent. For the 'Man Comfort to a' 5c Fjire - A HOME All. CITY ISLAND a beautiful spot to Iivr In, not , lop crowded with' light. lr jihi ciuow room. with all the adyantaws'of cood transit. NOW and nr-Ai FORE THE END OF THE YEAR? InCtOn Ave. SllbUlv. i-nnnefilnrr . C..I....... II ' Island. NOW lots may be bought at very reasonable prices. When i transit Improvenients are completed prides are bound to go UP overnight. . , 1 . M-';-' ' "r 1 f - To r'aci protierf u Jfr,7, iae Brow J'arfc fiMftirow to mifc St. Million, bits lo City Island, or-y. r iv. m . ft. ft. from SdAv. rf 12S11. SI. elevated sta tion to City Wand Station and take bus. Property Office...

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Page 84 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

'ifVi V' 8 TOT OT OT YQfrK PW. mmn 0- REAL ESTA&PJILfiEjyii REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. j REAL PSTATM"r CITY. iREAL ESTATflT OF s REAL ESTATE OUT OF CJTT. ' Ldnar Inland BaJo &la ' P7Mtene8er--gale qr Bent, Wlchester Sale- or Bnt. Westchester Sale or Bent. i 3 ' ' FpRRENT vOwner Going to Europe Qjne of the Most ' , Attractive Waterfront Hprne OniSoulhShorp pf LI. CWer 100 Acres wixir. X tike SLOPIXQ liXBT LT1IVATK YACHT HARBOR U.I ii h. ef annual lrw of archi tecture-, oni bty and commapdj Vender jnl view fv aim: wniird rooo. ma juriM-. nnnw.-oui epo -tlreeraeta, battL felt water Mil. electric IfOU W- hirer and rtwpodtona fxciaa't cot tigr: firm ttraw. cwtnnrf tOtW farm banv -bl4eo booei'nd oatbeBd liur. ..r every kind: tHlt,jiert and athletic fti,l. vwtable 2-V',Ir; .lew: crl'ry ,ai! " tf bu.be. atuactlw-wrote iix!rcxiU lake. Complete water and newnag system- WublB Jwwt distance oOColf 3sb al fits slirbaa colony. rUy clipped "J frxlsbed isl rredy fT InmedUte occur) Rental, inc...

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