LARGEST CONTRACT I Fort Pierce, Deo. 6. What the Westlnghouse Electric company re ports as one of the largest single contracts of its kind ever placed in Florida was made today between that company and the San Lucie Plaza corporation for the lighting' standards standards for the first unit of the San Lucie Plaza development . at Fort Pierce. The standards specified are of the finest type made by the West-Inghouse West-Inghouse West-Inghouse company. They are of the lantern style top, octagonal In shape and with panels of special glass. An interesting fact In, connection with this" style of top Is that it was this design that was originally selected by Benjamin Franklin toi' the first street lighting of the city of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. These standards are not only most artistic but highly efficient, efficient, The first unit will require approximately approximately one hundred and,, fifty standards of the duplex or double light type, these being used In the parkways; and five hundred single light standards for the boulovards und roads. San Lucie Tlaza's white- white- way will have Its lights placed at a much closer Intervals than is the usual practice. Included in this first order Is over 100,000 feet of parkway cable, all cables and wires being underground. underground. The system will connect connect with the Fort Plorce power plant, The same type of lighting standard will be used In the boulevard boulevard and causeway from Ran Luclo Piaza to Fort Plorce beach; the bridge liewels having the same tops as the parkway lights. Some Idea of the magnitude of tha San Lucie Pluza lighting plan may be gulned by considering that the new white-way white-way white-way plan for the downtown section of Fort Pierce requires 889 standards against 650 for this first unit of San Lucie Plaza. Garland-Hayes, Garland-Hayes, Garland-Hayes, electrical electrical contractors of Fort Plorce, have beon awarded the contract for Installation of the system. Progress consists of swapping old troubles for new, Columbia Record. Women in Africa are said to be clamoring for American clothes. Africa has the climate for them.' Minneapolis Journal.