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well handled by Paul Schmidiky, left and returned carefully from my harbor.
[[underline]] March 26. [[/underline]] Fine weather. - Paul planted a striped stake in entrance to our harbor. Celine and other invited ladies of the Fairchild Garden had arranged this afternoon to an enormous card-party for the benefit of the Fair Child tropical plant garden. Rumerous attendance
Celine received a German postcard on which was typewritten a formal announcement in relation of [[overwritten]] her [[/overwritten]] the shares she holds in the German Bakelit Gesellschaft which is to hold soon its annual meeting. - No answer
[[underline]] March 27. [[/underline]] Beautiful weather moderate winds. Left our harbor at [[strikethrough]] 10 A.M. [[/strikethrough]] 10:30 A.M. Paul and Rowl aboard. Paul Schmiedike handling the boat very well leaving and entering my harbor at 3.P.M. without a hitch. Boat and Diesel engine behaved well. Paul is a born sailor and shows his experience, in seamanship and engineering.
I notice that the stakes and other needs to navigation, such as dredged channels and post-bearings have been much improved
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[[underline]] March 28. [[/underline]] Afternoon went to dentist, to let him adapt and apply his denture of white metal; containing mainly platinum or other metals. - No pain whatsoever but a long operation to fit in. To morrow a further adaptation is expected and perhaps sunday. Registered for coming election at Coconut Grove nearby library and Legion building. Went also to Thomas for tax papers and coming date papers.
[[underline]] March 29. [[/underline]] Went to dentist at Medical Center, X in Miami
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X Huntington Building [[/note in left margin]]
Dr. S.S. Mismer dentist who has treated me before treated me again. - Painless. Went to Fairchild this afternoon. Ninette came to visit us with another girl-friend
[[underline]] Sunday March 30. [[/underline]] Professor Leas is giving a lecture and showing photos he has taken on his cruise in South Pacid. Lecture was at Yacht Club in the evening. Felt to tired to go there so late
[[underline]] March 31. [[/underline]] More pain on left lower molar. Ninette's visit. Looks healthy and well built, intelligent and cheerful.
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