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The Good Luck


October 2, 1922

Local Fisherman Drowned on Banks
Clifford Hawes, One of Crew of Sch. Good Luck, Lost Life While Dory Was Being Lowered Over Side

Sch. Good Luck, Capt. John Morash, is at the Boston fish pier this morning with her flag at half mast for the loss of one of her crew, Clifford Hawes, 38 years, single and belonging in this city.

Hawes was lost last Tuesday on La Have bank.  A dory was being put over.  Hawes was in it.    A pin on one of the tackle gave way and the dory opended, pitching the unfortunate fisherman into the sea.  Hawes was a strong swimmer, but nothing more was ever seen of him and not an outcry was heard.  A dory was put over and the vicinity was searched, but Hawes apparently was swallowed up in some mysterious manner in the ocean.


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