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authorities. They have developed some anti Kryptonian weapons. They don't know I know about them, but I do. They should be ready to defend themselves as best they can!"
Superman opened the foil package. It contained a credit card, a driver's license, and a debit card. When Superman saw the address he smiled. "Of course!" he remarked, "The perfect place! Let's go!" he ordered. Superman led his companions to three cargo ships in a remote harbor. Soon the three of them devoured everything that was in one of the ship's holds.
"Jor-El," Superman told Jason, "will instruct you where to go when you need to get rid of that. Don't try to do it at home!"
Jason flew off. Superman took Supergirl to the Kansas farmland, and settled in the yard of the house. A gray headed woman was rocking in a chair on the pourch.
"Well, I've been expecting you!" the woman remarked. "Found a young lady's things on the porch this morning, and a note saying you'd be here some time this evening." She rose and held out her hand. "Come on, my dear!" she encouraged. "You look like you could use some sleep!"
"Yes, Mrs. Kent," Supergirl answered.
"What is she to you?" she asked Superman.
"My cousin," Superman answered. "She's the daughter of my father's brother."
Mrs. Kent looked back to Supergirl. "Then I'm Auntie!" she insisted. "None of this Mrs. Kent, Laura!"
Superman took the IDs out of his cape. "She'll need these," he explained, handing them to his mother. "I've really got to get going. A lot to do!"
"She'll be here," his mother assured, "getting used to things. Give her a few days before she starts having to save the world! And when am I going to get to see my grandson?"
"Soon!" Superman paused. "Soon!" and he soared away. His mother smiled as she watched him go.

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