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Newark saw [[strikethrough]] immense ship yo [[/strikethrough]] [[red underline]] large number [[/red underline]] of employees leaving the [[red underline]] immense ship-yards [[/red underline]] and ammunition plants built since we are at war. Everywhere [[red underline]] strenuous activity and seriousness. [[/red underline]] How everything has radically changed [[red underline]] within the last year! [[/red underline]]
June 30.1918.(Sunday)First mildly warm day since beginning of the month. 
[[black underline]] Juli 1, 1918 [[black underline]]
July 2. At 10:30 A.M. Stockholder's meeting to [[red underline]] amend By-laws of General Bakelite Co. [[/red underline]] [[double red underline]] eliminating [[/double red underline]] stipulation that [[red underline]] officers can receive no salary as such. [[/red underline]] Unanimously adopted 
Then Director's meeting.
Afterwards at 2:30 P.M long conference at [[red underline]] Westinghouse [[/red underline]] Co.'s offices [[strikethrough]] with [[/strikethrough]] accompa-
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nied by [[red underline]] May [[/red underline]] with [[red underline]] Beams and Terry. [[/red underline]] Explained their reasons why I still think more than ever that it is bad policy to make special license contract [[red underline]] at this time of extending Government control [[/red underline]] which reports every day many private contracts. How it is in our interest as well as that of Westinghouse to go on as we are now. Nevertheless we are willing to sign the contract provided some amendments in wording are made. (See my letter to May on that subject.) Whole discussion was very friendly.
Later on met [[red underline]] Kunz, Richards, [[/red underline]] Fries, Arny and Wells (of Greenfield Co.) at Yale Club to discuss [[red underline]] metric system situation. [[/red underline]]
July 3. Here all day evg at University Club
[[black underline]] July 4. [[/black underline]] Beautiful cool day. I went in the [[red underline]] Parade in Yonkers [[/red underline]] 
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