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American Story: Hard Rock Maple (4)

Written by Fredric C. Heali




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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man. Then Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though this was the last chance. The old man did not try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said, 'He will not awaken again. He is dead.'

Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time. The doctor said with anger, 'He wanted to say something to you before he died. Why did you stop him?'

Everett answered, 'It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk! He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say he was sorry. I did not want him to ever think he was wrong.'

Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange. He said to himself, 'This will be a lonely house now.'

You have just heard the American story 'Hard Rock Maple'. It was written by Fredric C. Heali. It was published in Yankee Magazine in June,1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.
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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man.

Then Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though this was the last chance.

The old man did not try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said, "He will not awake again. He is dead."

Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time.

The doctor said with anger, "He wanted to say something to you before he died. Why did you stop him?"

Everett answered, "It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk! He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say he was sorry. I did not want him to ever think he was wrong.”

Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old quiet house, everything seemed strange.

He said to himself,“This will be a lonely house now.”


You have just heared the American story "Hard Rock Maple". It was written by Frederick C. Heali. It was published in Yankee Magazine in June,1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.

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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man. Then, Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though this was the last chance.

The old man did not try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again. And he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said he will not awaken again. He is dead.

Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time. The doctor said with anger, “He wanted to say something to you before he died, why did you stop him?” Everett answered, “It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk. He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say he was sorry. I did not want him to ever think he was wrong.”

Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange. He said to himself, “This will be a lonely house now.”

You have just heard the American story “Hard Rock Maple”. It was written by Fredrick C. Heali. It was published in Yankee Magazine in June 1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.

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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man.

Then Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though this was the last chance.

The old man did not try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said, "He will not awake again. He is dead."

Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time.

The doctor said with anger, "He wanted to say something to you before he died. Why did you stop him?"

Everett answered, "It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk! He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say he was sorry. I did not want him to ever think he was wrong.”

Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange.

He said to himself,“This will be a lonely house now.”

You have just heard the American story "Hard Rock Maple". It was written by Frederick C. Heali. It was published in Yankee Magazine in June,1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.
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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man. Then Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though. This was the last chance.

The old man did not try to talk any more, his eyes closed again, and he was asleep for a long time.

The doctor said:" He will not awake again, he is dead."

Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time.

The doctor said with anger:" He wanted to say something to you before he died, why did you stop him?"

Everett answered:" It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk. He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say he was sorry. I did not want him to ever think he was wrong."

Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old quiet house, every thing seemed strange. He said to himself:" This will be a lonely house now."

You have just heard the American story Hard Rock Maple. It was written by Fredrick Si'Helly, it was published in Yankee magazine in June 1964. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.
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And Everett smailed back at the sick old man. Then Calvon opened his mouth and tried to talk, Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvon's voice, even though this was the last chance.

The old man did not try to talk anymore, his eyes closed again, and he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said "he will not awake again, he is dead."

Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat, he walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time.

The doctor said with anger," He wanted to say something to you before he died, why did you stop him."

Everett answered," It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk. He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say he was sorry. But he did not want him to either think he was wrong."

Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange. He said to himself," This will be a lonely house now."

You have just heard the American story "Hard Rock Maple". It was written by Frederick C. Heali. It was published in Yankee Magazine in June,1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.
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And E. smiled back the sick old man.
Then K. opened his mouth and cry t talk, E. quickly put his hands over his father’s mouth, he didn’t want to hear his father’s voice even though this was the last chance.
The old man did not try to talk any more his eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time, the doctor said he will not wake again, he is dead.
E. moved from his chair and got his head and coat, he walked to the door and then turned to the bed, he wanted to look at his father for the last time. The doctor said with anger: he wanted to say something to you before he died why did you stop him? E. answered it was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk; he was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other, I did not want to hear him say: he was sorry.
I did not want him to ever think he was wrong, then E. walked out the hospital, he drove home very slowly, when he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange, he said to himself: this will be a lonely house now.
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You have just heard the American story Hard Rock Maple, it was written by Fredric C. Healy, it was published in Yaks. Magazine in June 1966, Your narrator was Step O'Neal, voice of America invite you to listen next week , at the same time for another American story in special English, this is Susan mark
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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man. Then, Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though this was the last chance.

The old man did not try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again. And he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said he will not awaken again. He is dead. Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time.

The doctor said with anger, “He wanted to say something to you before he died, why did you stop him?” Everett answered, “It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk. He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say he was sorry. I did not want him to ever think he was wrong.”

Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange. He said to himself, “This will be a lonely house now.”

You have just heard the American story “Hard Rock Maple”. It was written by Fredrick C. Heali. It was published in Yankee Magazine in June 1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal.
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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man, and Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk, Everett quickly put his hands over his father’s mouth, he did not want to hear Calvin’s voice even though this was the last chance.
The old man did not try to talk any more, his eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said “ he will not awake again, he is dead.”
Everett moved from his chair and got his head and cold. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He would to looked at his father for the last time. The doctor said with anger, “ he want to say something to you before he died, why did you stop him?” Everett answered “it was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk, he was the one who felt we have nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say, he was sorry, I did not want him to thing that he was wrong” then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly.

When he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange. He said to himself, “this would be lonely house now.
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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man. Then, Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though this was the last chance.
The old man did not try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again. And he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said he will not awaken again. He is dead.
Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time. The doctor said with anger, “He wanted to say something to you before he died, why did you stop him?” Everett answered, “It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk. He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear him say he was sorry. I did not want him to ever think he was wrong.”
Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange. He said to himself, “This will be a lonely house now.”
You have just heard the American story “Hard Rock Maple”. It was written by Fredrick C. Heali. It was published in Yankee Magazine in June 1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.
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And * smiled back at the sick old man.Then Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk.* quickly put his hand over his father's mouth,he did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though this was the last chance.The old man did not try to talk any more.His eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time.The doctor said,"He will not awake again.He is dead."

* moved from his chair and got his hat and coat.He walked to the door and then turned to the bed,he wanted to look at his father for the last time.The doctor said with anger,"He wanted to say something to you before he died,why did you stop him?".* answered,"It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk.He was the one who felt we have nothing further to say to each other.I did not want to hear him say he was sorry.I did not want him to ever think he was wrong."Then * walked out of the hospital.

He drove home very slowly.When he entered the old white house,everything seemed strange.He said to himself,"This will be a lonely house now."

You have just heard the American Story--Hard Rock Maple.It was written by *.It was published in * Magazine in June 1966.Your * was *.

The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English.This is Susan.
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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man.
Then Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice. Even though this was the last chance. The old man did not try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time.
The doctor said," He will not awake again. He is dead."
Everett moved from his chair and got his head at *. He walked to the door and then to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time.
The doctor said with anger," He wanted to say something to you before he died, why did you stop him?"
Everett said,"It was my father who first made the dicision that we should not talk. He was the one who felt we had further to say to each other. I did not want him to say, he was sorry. I did not want him to ever think he was wrong."
Then, Everett walked out of the hosital. He drove home very slowly. And he entered the old, quiet house. Everything seemed strange.
He said to himself," This will be a lonely house now!"
You had just heard the American Story " Hard Rock Maple". It was written by Fradic C. Ealy.
It was published in * Maggizine in June 1966. Your narrator was Seap O'Neal.
The Voice of America invite you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.
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And E. smiled back at the sick old man. Then Calvin opened his mouth and try to talk, E. quickly put his hand over his father’s mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin’s voice even though this was the last chance. The old man did not try to talk any more, his eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said he will not awaken again he is dead.

E. moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time.

The doctor said with anger, “he wanted to say something to you before he died. Why did you stop him?” E. answered. “It was my father who first made decision that we should not talk. He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other, I do not want to hear him say he was sorry. I do not want to him ever think he was wrong.”

Then E. walked out of the hospital he drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house, everything seemed strange. he said to himself this will be a lonely house now.

We have just heard the American story Hard Rock Maple. It was written by Written by Fredric C. Heali. It was published in Y. K. Magazine in June, 1966. your now writer was Shep O’neal. The voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same for another American story in special English. This is S.C.
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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man. Then Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. And Everett quickly put his hand over his father's mouth. He did not want to hear Calvin's voice even though this was the last chance.

The old man did not try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again and he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said he would not awake again. He is dead.

Everett moved from his chair and got his hat and coat. He walked to the door and then turned to the bed. He wanted to look at his father for the last time. The doctor said with anger: "He wanted to say something to you before he died. Why did you stop him?" Everett answered: "It was my father who first made the decision that we should not talk. He was the one who felt we had nothing further to say to each other. I did not want to hear he say he was sorry. I don't want him to ever thinking he was wrong."

Then Everett walked out of the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house everything seemed strange. He said to himself: “This will be a lonely house now.”

You have just heard the American story: Hard Rock Maple. It was written by Fredrick C. Heali. It was published in Yankee Magazine in June 1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.
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And Everett smiled back at the sick old man.

Then Calvin opened his mouth and tried to talk. Everett quickly put his hand over his father’s mouth. He didn’t want to hear Calvin’s wisper, even though this was the last chance..

The old man didn’t try to talk anymore. His eyes closed again, and he was asleep for a long time. The doctor said:” he will not *again, he is dead.”

Everett moved from his chair and getted his hat and clothes. He walked to the door and then turned to the back. He wanted to look at his father for the last time.

The doctor said with anger:” he wanted to say something to you before he die, why did you stop him?” Everett answered:” he was my father who first made the dedission that he should not talk. He was the one who felt we had nothing futher to say to each other. ‘ I didn’t want to hear what you say’ he asigned. I didn’t want his anything. He was wrong.”

Then Everett walked out to the hospital. He drove home very slowly. When he entered the old white house, everything seened to change. He said to himself:” this will be a lonely house now.”

You have just heard The American Story Hard Rock Maple . It was writen by Fredrick C. Heali. It was published on yankee magzin in June 1966. Your narrator was Shep O'Neal. The Voice of America invites you to listen next week at the same time for another American story in Special English. This is Susan Clark.
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