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PAGE TWO ULYTHEVILLE (ARK:) COURIER NEWS Coming Events MONDAY Executive %»rd of Women's Council of first' Chrlstliyi Churcli meeting wlthi MrS| Edwir^ Robinson, 2:30 pin. Women's, MJ^sJon^ry. Union at First: Baptist,'Church meeting nt church for week of prayer service, 2:30 p.m. Woman's Society- of . Christian Service, Lake Street Metliodjst Church, meeting at church, 2:3D p.m. TUPSDA'S; Double G Club meeting wJth.Miss Mary Spain Usrey. Mrs. H. G. Partlow entertaining Club Eight. .WEDNESDAY Friendly Seven Club.meellng.wlth Mrs. S. P. Hill. Mrs. Toby Long entertaining A. D. C. Club. THURSDAY Friday -Luncheon ,. Chi u. • meeting with Mrs. W.'M.<McKenzie, FRIDAY Mrs. W.-S. Langdon entertaining C B C Club G. N. B. Club, meeting ..with Mrs John Brillhart. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Herman May Bits of News Personal Miss Nancy Little of Memphis arrived today to spend the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little. Fran!; qrecr left last night for Chicago, where he was called by the serious illness of Uls sister, who has been ill In a hospital there tor the past two months. Miss Frances Bright., daughetr oT Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright, will leave tomorrow morning for Fay- cttevtlle, Ark., where she will attend the university during the coming Winter. Mrs. EdwIiiR P.eiw of Memphis is spending the weekend here as tiie guest of, her dnughlcr-in-law, Mrs. ' Pcnse,. ' Both were members qf Delegates Are Elected To U D C. Conventions Seventeen members, of: tfie.- Elliott Fletcher Cliapter of* the United Daughters of the Confederacy attended tlie luncheon^ meeting, held Tnursdaj noon at the home of>Mrs E M McCall In observation of Navy Da\ aiifl Memorlil Day for Admiral Rilhael Semmes Follow HI? luncheon, a business meeting vias hcldj presided over bv Mrs. James' B. Clark-when.' dele- gites to both the state and na tional con\entions were elected! Mrs Clark vlli go to the state [•oinenllon both as pact president of the slate, division, and-as >. representative of the local chapter, \viitla other delegates elected to attend the contention to ba held next month In Little Rock are Mrs I W Heiilon Mrs Los Welch and Mrs Roland Greeni Mrs. Clark also, wasi elected; a : delr cgite to the. National convention, t<) be held- in Nashville; Term;, .in No^ ember \utu Mrs, \1, Fitzsiminons elected as alternate, A report-oh ' the-, activities, car ned on by the UJDjC national qr gonization revealed\ thatr.-its presl dent general Is a member, oC the United States AdMsory^ Council of the Woman s Interest Secliop of the War Department, composed of the heads ot 37>; organizations, rcpr resenting a membership of nearly 13 ooo 000 women The organization alfp has.ia tlSOflO l)ero/fujd,*,V|5 $35000 in scholarships, over $1?GOO m the Woodrow Wilson •uship fund $22o,400, in stocks and bonds and has helped 11 student nurses to. go abroad'to assist in nursing. £ • « « Initial Clujj Enteitained Daisies-and^petunlas. featured; the decorations jesterday afternoon \'lien Mrs Johrui) Hlokman Vias hobte^ to members fo the Initial Club at her- home. Bunco was played during the afternoon,, with, prizes awarded Mrs. Hickman. for high score, Mrs: Cecil Graves for bunco, and Mrs: Herman May for low score. .A sandwich, plnte wltli iced' drinks was, served: * •. «• «Mis. Nolen Is Hostess All members of. the OJtBt Olub attended the regular, v,ecslj pai- ty given list night, by Airs J F Nolen for members,of-the organization. High score prize was won by Mrs, John Bnlllnrt, bUnoo bj Mrs Nolen and iow went to Mrs Bjron Nail. The hostess, served- a sandwich plate with iced drinks, at the- conclusion of the:games. C.B.C. Club Has Party Mrs. Ross.. Moore entertained members; of the. G.B.C. Club yesterday afternoon, at, her home, when Fall flowers; attractively dec- crated, the. entertaining- rponis- of the house. High score prize fpr : the. afternoon bridge, gamtS; want to. tirs, C. J. Little, second, bigji to. Mrs. I cndennle Fowler,, and; biidgp! to "VJrs R. A, CopeliuxL.' , A dessert, course, was served. . Mrs. Rena. Fnwcett.of Greenville, Miss., has' arrived for nn extended visit with her sitter, Mrs. E. M. Eaton and other relatives. Lieut. John Charles, Bright, tvho is.stationed at. Syr.ac.uso, . N, Y., was expected to ariive leaf, this, afternoon for a. brief \ Islt. with his parents. Mr. and Mi's.. Charles Bright. Lieutenant Bright Is. pUotlng, a. C-40 t'ran'sport; plane. Miss Margaret Louise. Crook and Miss Nancy, 'McGill will leave tomorrow-morning for Oxford; Miss., where they, will ento. tluv.Unlvor,- ity for their, treshmnn ytrnr/s work. i gradu- ling clnss nt Blyiiievilte school In: May. Mrs. Bob Barnes, w)ll return, lo- light from a brief visit, in Memphis Ml', and Mrs. J. ML, Miu'ray, formerly, of Blytiieville and now, of Jetrpit, Mich., arrived lust night o spend a week ns. the guest of Irs..L. E. Gray and.other, friends, Mrs, U; S. Blankmishlp. of Dell; who underwent a-.major operation weok'agO' at Memphis Baptist hospital, Is, Improved, aftqr liavjng been .seriously, ill for.- foilr dnys. Mrs, Sani Slkcs underwent nti operation this mornlnK al W.alls Hospital for reniovnl of her tpnsijs and: her; appendix.. Her coiiditipii' at noon was satisfactory'. Band, Glee Club Officers Named -or School Year Hurry Carter Fai'r has been elected to serve as president of ll>c lily- hcvlllc high school band during the 1D11--I5 season, and Ann Deen will hold that office in the high school glee club, it lias toeri announced by Mrs. J. Wilson Henry, director of both organisations. Other officers elected for the band lire Rosemary Child, vice president; Mnrllyim Deen, secretary ami trcns- jror; Benny Johnson and Harry Rny Brooks, librarian!!. Olcii'clnli officers who will serve with Miss Dccn arc Iva Louise Scuy, vice president; Murilyrm Decn, sec- relary; Jcre Reid, treasurer, Excursion Boat Scheduled For Barfield Stop For the second consecutive year, BarflcJd will be Die spene of a Mississippi itiver excursion boat parly Oct. 3 when- Ihe Island Queen will stop liiere tor an event sponsored by Ihe Junior Cliambei of Commerce. The boat, which will be ready Men In Service Seret. James Nlerslhcimcr is another Blyllievillc. man with the 8lst Division on Angunr Island In the Halau Qronp. Inducted Into the Army In June, 1G42; Sergeant Nlcrst- hclnici' was assigned- to that outfit nt Cahip Rucker, Ala. Ills wife is making her home here. Marine Pvt. Charles R. Baker, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth w. Baker of EU!(ora,, has been assigned to duty with a highly specialized unit at Camp Pendleton, bceansidc, Calif. The organization, now in IralninR will supply. Marine combatants in the; field, rind will salvage war material damaged In notion. Private BnHer attended- Luxora high school and prior, to enlisting in the Marino. Corps In Januury, wns engaged In farming. Sergt.'.Howard R. Bcshnrse. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Bcsharse of Blythevllla; WHS one: of thoso Air Service.Command!soldiers esneolally selected lo go to, France to nld in the giauti tnak of, keeping Mnorica's Ijoinhers niul fighters hammering at Germany. Flown across the channel he was set down at an advanced airfield-a few miles from an nilvnneed tendquai tors air service command,in France, where IS. S. aerial attacks arc. conceived. Before: entering the Air'Forces Sergeant Besluirse wns employee! ns n snlesmnn for L. K. Ashcraft Compauy. in Blythevllle. for its guests at dark, will ' ply down the river, bct'lnning tit 9 :0'clock, and returning to dock al midnight. The all-steel boat, long a favorite as an excursion boat, with 500C persons enpncity, will be. dccprntec for the occasion ns an orchestra will furnish music for dnnclng,' II hn.s beeji nimouncc'cl.' Tickets will ' be on sale at al local drug stores, Rustic' • Inn Philip Applebaum's Whisky Ston and by all Jnycec members here and at Osceola Fitupatrlck Jewelry Store, It has nocn announced. Snnford Shelton ta chairman o the coinlttee In charge with BII Young and J. c. Ellis Jr., as other members. At The tfospital Cats' whiskers have very sensitive nerves at their roots, making them nvaluablD ns n guide in the dark lle Hospital Admlttted^- Marie Cecil. Steelc, Mo. Disinlssed— . M"adlson Cooper. Avniorel. 1 Agnes Bradley, city. iWalls HosriHal Admitted— ; , '.'V .!'-':' Mrs A W Spencer, .city. . Mrs. Joe. Mayfield,. city'. • " Bouv to . Mr. and' Mrs. B. .P. Rhoads, city, a, daughter last night. Sammie .Bedford, city. Mrs. Sain Slkcs',: city. Mrs, Elvinn Furr. city. Shirley Button, city. Mtss,:Cre[o Mootly, city. DUiinissed— Mrs. Frank Bond, city.. Nelson.. Ray- Benson, Atnnlln. ^rs. Carl C, 'Miller and baby city, Mrs. E..-IL Hodge, Manila. FarTls Clark, Steelc, Mo. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— . Mrs. J t O. Snelton, Osccoln. No Jappy, He Leocbvif/e Girl Wins Home fc Scholarship RUSSECLVILLE, Sept 23. — Award) of on nlUexpense scholar ship to Jo Ella. Pierce of LeachvlIIc as the outstanding home economics student, in Arkansas last year was announced today by the Board ot Trustees, of Arkansas Polytechnic College, only college In the 6tate making, suph, an award. 'Miss. • Pierce is a graduate o[ Leachville High School. The scholarship, provides all expenses, Including meals, room and fees, for one yenr. nt Tech. Meetings A pot-luck: supper be held Tuesday night, 7 o'clock, by the Order of-Eastern Star nt the Masonic SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 194-1 Manila Society—Persona! Mrs. Andy Baton lias returned roin Cape Oh'ardeau, Mo., where he .was called by the serious 111- iefij of licr .son, Ed Rails, wlio is mprovcd. jol)!! Beardeh, son of Mr. and Mrs, : J. F. Bearden, lias returned to. Baylor School Tenii. for Boys at Mr. uiul Mrs. Albert Scott liavc as llicir guests for two weeks, their "raiidiliiugliters, noxlc Hulli and l/ols Uiverne Sinitli of Marked Tree. Peggy- Downing left Wednesday for. Detroit. Midi., where die will be (he guest of Mrs. Myrtle Pearson and her daughter. Mrs. Jewell White. Mrs. James Ncedlinin and daughter of Delroll, Mich., arrived Friday for a 10 day visit with her mother, Mrs. Allie Sillmoii and other relatives. Mr. and -Mrs. Joe Clark liave re- iurned home after .spendins; .sev- or'al- months In IMS Ahgoles, Calif., where he was engaged in defense work. Mr. ami . Mrs. Cly Farmer and family have returned from Bcnton Harbor, Mich., where they spent several weeks with lier sister and other, relatives, Charles Jolljff Jr., has gone to Fayeltcvlllc, Ark,, where he will attend University of Arkansas.. " Mrs. Minnie. Snadgraxs returned yeMerdny from Cleveland, Tenn,, Church W'qrkers [To Get Clothing For War Needy The First Christian Church, in cooperation with the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Admln- stratlon, will conduct an emergency collection of clothing for. Europeans during the next/ week, It was announced today by. Oie Rev. R. S. Baird, pastor of the church. At least. l.OOO.OOO-pounds of usable garments, both new and us, 3d, are estimated to be urgently needed by. men, women and children hi die liberated areas.' The approaching Winter, according? to tlie latest . estimates, will find more thun 20,000,000 persdns driven from their homes by bombing and. shelling, aixl a vast "portion of these civilians have lost all thel: possessions, Including clothing. All members of the church and their families were urged to bring to. the Christian Church JialL during next week, all the garments they can spare. Shoes are not sought in this campaign. Garments (jiven by any others of the community and. brought to the church hall will be packed and forwarded, by the Christian' Church to help in tills worthy' cause, the'Hev Mr. Balrdrstate'd.; : •• ; County Council PTA Program Held Yesterday The Mississippi County . Council of Parents,and Teachers met yesterday nt Wilson nl au all day session, their first of the current school year. Mrs. Jesse M ; While of. Bly- ilievlllc, council president, presided,over the meeting, theme of which was "Children's Faces Looking Up". : The Invocation whs given by Mrs. W. A.'Willlams of Wilson, and music for the entire program was p'rq- : senled bv. Miss Suison and her- nu- jrfls of Wilson. i Mrs. C. L. Byrd of Wilson .gave. : theiwe!come, and- Ihc response! was given by Mrs. H. L. Wyile. , Mrs. Elston S. Leonard : of Little. 'Hock, state president, conducted the school of information, naiil- routine business was taken care.of. " '... Following luncheon,, Mrs. W. B. Purkclt of Dassett, program cha!r- ,mnn, presented her' program. Mrs. C. G: Redman-of Blytheville, executive secretary for the Mississippi County .Tuberculosis Association, Rave a. talk on the work being carried on by Unit organization, nmi Mrs. N. E. Rogers, of Shawnee gave.a tnllc on "Trie • Child nml .the Future' 1 . 'The?Arrhorel Parent-Teacher; fs- sodatlon extended a wetcome'to the county.group, for tlie January meet- Ing. Eight schools were represented nong the -41 members attending stcrday/s meeting; wltli the fol r Mnt Bljlhevillc women in at nclance: Mrs. L,,E;, Baker, presi- of Siidb'ury Parent Teacher ssoclntlon Mis Codv Eaton pres ent of Lnnge Parent Teacher As- cintio'n Mis H L Wjlie present of Central Ward Association: is. White, president of the Conn- Council. Yfherc 'A'ceks. she. spent the piisi. two Miss Jean Fowler, who-has been employed in defense work in Detroit for the past several months has relumed home. Mr. mid Mrs. Elwood Fowler are the parents of a daughter, born Friday, Sept,. 15. The baby lias boon named Glcena Fay. Osceola - Society—Personal I'i'Ei-O. KNTERTAINED BY'MKS. WILLIAMS Mrs, B. Frank Williams was hostess' 1 to Chapter O of P.E.O. Sisterhood Wednesday for the first meeting of the .Winter season when 12, members attended the luncheon meeting at her country home: Tapers glowing in candelabra and •roses- in a low bowl formed 1 a pink and' crystal schcm for the center- liiece of iiie. I'lliung room table. Far (lie program,. Mrs. L. C. B. Young was leader of the constitutional cnn> on PS.O FIHST FRKSBX.TERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kldd, minister 0:45 a. in. Sunday School. 11 u. m. Morning Worship. 7 p. m. Pioneers. 7:45 p. m. Evening Service. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting., 8:15 p. m. Choir Practice. BAPTISl 1 CHAPEL Lilly Streei Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Russell Baugh,' BunerintcndeiH. B. T. U;, C:4i5 p. m. Miss Sarah Francis Rowland, director. ST. STEPHEN'S GI'ISCOI'AI/ CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Sli'ecl Thomas 1(. Smyllic, Jr., minister 0:30 a. m,, Church School. 11:00 a. in., Morning Prayer and Sermon. LAKE STKEET METHODIST Bates Sturdy, paston. Church School, 9:60 a. m. Ivcr- son Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 n. m. "Qua Great Quality In Stewardship", pastor's subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, a 7 p. m. Evening Worship, 8 p. m. "We Will Given an Account of Our Stewardship", pastor's subject. This church will go to the BAAF Tuesday night, 7:30 o'clock. Erayer Meeting and Choir Practice Wednesday night, 8 o'clock. Promotion day in the Church School Sunday. CALVAItV El'ISCOl'IAL CHURCH Osceclr, Thcmas B. Smylhc, Jr., icinfsler 7:30 p. m., Holy Communion and Sermon. ' FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH H. K. Siinms, ii.islor Sunday School, -AS a. )»• Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Radio Program, 2 p. m. C. A. ClO-ss. 7 p. in. Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. Services every Tuesday -and Friday, 8 p. m. Bible Cliass Members To Observe Anniversary Tomorrow a,t: 9:30 'o'clock, when members of the. Men's Bible; Class of. First. Christian Church- assemble for ihcir regular weekly class, they will celebrate- their-first birthday, anniversary. . Organized one year, ago, with a membership of 15, the class now boasts an enrollment of 35. George w. ''.Burhnm is teacher, George Dillon is president- and J. ,W. Shoiue, 'secretary, and treasurer for the class, which : meets each Sunday, morning at Cobb Funeral .Home, directly across the street !from the church. CHURCH NEWS rtEPUTY ^RESIGNS James Driver Ins tone toShreve- portfVLa to be connected.- with'a milp milli having resigned "his position as, deputv ihcnff hero. Mrs.. CHURCH .OP THE NAZARENE i ? -LW.,Nasl|, pastor 0:<I5 a. Hi. Sunday School. 10:50 " By 1 'in'.',Mornihg""Worshtp. Pastor will' 1 iireach,. . • 7 p. m.'Sen-ice'for young-people. 7:45 jj. m.;" Evening Service. Wednesday'evening, 7:45 o'clock, mid week"'prayer meeting. Whal looi-u, like a. toolhily Brinning,.bespectacled Jap sailor turns out lo be a. S. Coastguardsman Robert Vollten, of Belhesda, Md., dolled tip in Nip sailor's cap and Rising Sun battle Hag, souvenirs of his participation in the invasion ol .Saipan., , . The, ancient Greek poei^ Homer, vised the. expression, '"iriiye square meals a.day.'.' '"' 1M 8. FbM Briny U Beavtr Problem t Maifru. Eqntpmaii GREETING CARRS For. the. boy*. or«n**& ' MAI1, eaman Is Promoted NE\V ORLEANSs Scpl. 23—L. D. nniels, of BlythcvillOi Ark.,, now erving outside the continental mils of the United States, has sen, advanced from, thn rating of eaman. second olass toj that ot caninn, first clnss, the Nnvy De- artment announces. This advance- iciit has come, to hint in : recogni- on of outslnnrting faithfulncEs nd, skill in tlio performance of uty and completion of : the- course f study prescribed for this new iting. Seaman Daniels is the sou f Leonard, Doyle Daniels, Box 167, Jlythevillc, Ark. , FJKST BAPTIST CHURCH K, C.; Browtt, pastor I Sunday School. 9:30.. a. ni..-P. J. Door, supL '..''- ,.•• . Breaching.Service, 10:45a.m. Ser- .nion by/ pastor.. Solo,. "How, Lovely 'Are Thy Dwellings",. Lieut.. Worth 'b. Holder. . ..••••' , B.T.Ui,. 7. p. m.. H.. L.. Slierrick, idireclor. i: Evening worship service, 8 p. m. Sennon..by pastor. . Sundav. Is Promotion Da; the DeU * ii. ^ Society—Personal Ejvetn. Cooke \vas elected president of the Dell Home Economics Club at a meeting held Thursday altcrnoon. Officers elected to serve with her during the 19-M--I5 school year are: Mary Frances Wilson, vice president; Freda O'Neil, secretary; Mary Lois Morgan, treasurer; Mary Frances Crawford; reporter; Annie Lois Dobbs, scrap book committee; Bo- 'die Llpfprd, program chairman; Virginia- Dobbs, social chairman. () R ^ {m Sun( j ay 'at 7. p. in. for .Training, Union. The Ipastor has asked that we. .have at 'least 450 in : Sunday School and. 105, at B. T. U.. i WEDNESDAY . G:15 p. m. Suiiday School Teach( crs nn ( i Officers. Council meeting; f' 7:30 p. m. Mid-Week. Prayer Ser-. ice. 8:10 p. m. Choir Practice. President Roosevelt receives, be- iveen 3500 and' •'000. letters every n-y- Five tons of iron- ore, coke, limestone 1 nnd other materials are required to equal one ton of scrap metals." Read Courier News Want Ad». Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, R. A., M. S. Jr. ORGANIST and TEACHER of I>[ANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher For Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlstan 1101 Chlckasawba or Phone 2040 The Gilt Shor GtftE MOSSMTAN all, to be followed iccting nt. 8 p.m. TIN CAN COLLECTION Saturday Morning, Sept. 30th WHISTLE OUR HEAOS OPF AND H£ H£ CAN'T OPEN . PEPPER..../: FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wllfonl. pastor Church School, 9:45 a. ;n, U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. Mrs. Doris Rellly will sing, "These Are They" from The Holy City by A. H. Gnul. Evennig Service, 7:30. p. m. The Men's Chorus wilt sing. Choir Rehearsal; Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse 1410, W; Main "Reality" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, anil cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning." James 1_:11. Among the citations which, comprise: the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "For of. him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for uver." Romans 11:30, FIRST CHRISTIAN GHUKCH 600 West Main St. R. S. Baini, minister '• Bible School 9:45 a. m. This is [the first anniversary for the Men's Bible Cla^s which has been meet- _ing In the Gobi) Funeral Home just acriss the street frim the church. There nrc 35 enrolled in tlie class. Morning worship, 10.50. o'clock. The sermon will be, "Exchanging (lie Truth of God for a Lie." Everyone is invited to this service/ Christian Youth fellowship for Intermediates will meet at 4:00 p. in., and foi: Seniors will meet at 6:00 p. m. Church night will be observed Wednesday evening. At '7:45 there will be a, service conducted around the theme "Religious Education for Our Day."' The public is. Invited. , The. church hall will be open throughout the week to. receive clothing for the people of Europe. TOCHtCt SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed; are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh; and ! all work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert lesigners help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D.: Serrlcf. We Deliver Anywhere Pa. 481 Mrs. J. M. (M»o) WllUams, owner Gkncoe BIdg. CHOOSE CLEANERS as carefully as you shop for clothes! A dress you like ymr .\vaiit to wear more than once ... so you ask the sales clerk if it's clettn- able. And when you pick y.our dry cleaner, bo sure he's dependable. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY Continuous Show Every Day Bor Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 • LISTEN TO KLON H »-M- 12:45 ion. 1;J» y Saturday > SMILEY BURNETTE SONNV;SuSt" CARSON Serial, "Desert Hawk" No. 10 Shorts Ion, Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday LON Paramount News ami Selected Short Subject !ontlnnotu Showing gnn. 1:15 to 11 M»lfnf*» 8*t. Snn. Only Opens each nl^ht 6:45; starti 1) Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 C»nttnnonj Shows But. and Son. S»rr»to Mlfht Every Nitht tietii»'1< Batnrday. t ' N"» fUKU honored on JonJuy »' the Bexy. Saturday ITS THE GREAT ACTION "PICTURE OF THE YEARI" Serial, "The Pli.inloin" 13, and Short Con. Shoffing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 I FSlSICHJOSllR'VICICRKcUElIN 10!S iBDStWS • MNI I«UJ» CKrecled by Robor FFc'ey Fox N'ews antl Short CcoUnnon Khowinj tinn. 1:15 (o 11

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