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PAGE FIVE t H B N E W T 0 R k a C E By Way df Mention ! (Continued from Pf Few) TO. ATTEND CONVENTION: Rt Rev. Msgr.. Herbert F. Wilkie, pastor of St Mary's Catholic Church is planning to attend the State Convention of the Array and Navy Union, which will be held in Roches - ter, N. V. from July 19 - 23rd. The Convention headquarters will be Hotel Senaca. feev. Wilkie is commander of the Lt. Solomon O. Ward Garrison, No. 15, and County and State Chaplain of the Union. " SPENDS SUMMER IN MASSACHUSETTS ; ' Miss Edith Washington, of 310 Convent avenue, left several days ago to spend the summer vacation with her mother, Mrs. Harriett 0. Elliott, of Westboro, Mass.. .. OVERSEAS CLUB ENTERTAINS "GIa": The servicemen of the Harlem. Defense Recreation Center were entertained July 4th by the Overseas Service Club. . . . FORMER NEW YORKERS VISIT HDRC: Among the recent visitors at the Harlem Defense Recreation Center have been former New York boys now serving in Uncle Sam's Armed Forces. Those seen were: Pvt. Jawn Sandifer, who is special investigator at Array Air Field, West - over, Mass. ;. Sgt. James Rankin, stationed at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.; CpL Horace Johnson, former, member of Philharmonic Glee Club, who is at Indian Town Gap, Pa. . Pvt. Billy White, former member of Abyssinian Baptist Church's Young People's Choir, is at Pueblo, Cola He is a member of the Interracial Boxing Champions; and Field Director James Niel of the American Red Cross and Jack Barnes, club . director. Both have just returned from Australia and New Guinea. CELEBRATES 21st BIRTHDAY: . Friday evening Mrs. Andrew Copeland tendered a psrty for her god child, Marguerite Elaine Hinds, of 229 West 129th street, who was celebrating her twenty - first birthday. Among her invited guests were Mesdames Rosetta Scott, Carroleizer Herring, Phyllis Campbell, Lena Camacho, and Augusta McAlpin. Also Misse, Marion Moore, Helen Gordon, Pauline Margetson, Alma Warner, and Maude Flannigan. FLIES TO SOUTH CAROLINA: Jasper Henderson, of 227 West 137th street, took an airplane trip last Saturday to Greer, S. C, to visit his relatives. . . ATTRACTIVE SCHOOL MARM IN CITY: One of the attractive school marm to visit our city for the summer is Miss Frances Ellison, musie teacher of Ltng - ston University, in Oklahoma. She is spending her vacation period attending Juilliard School of Music. During her stay Miss Ellison is the houseguest of Mrs. Ruth Martin, of 260 Convent avenue. - - , . HOLDS SCHOLARSHIP TEA: Sunday afternoon a large crowd braved the heat and humidity to attend tha twenty - seventh annual scholarship tea tendered by the Scotia Chapter of New York and Vicinity at the Harlem YMCA. Noted artists throughout the eity appeared on the musical program. The official slat consists of Mabel Watts Poster, president; Johnsie Holland Tomlin, chairman of program eora - mittee; AUiegrey Sutton Payne, ehairman of, social committee: and Annie Maa Sutton Dudley, chairman of patron list A VARIETY CONCERT: Sunday afternoon, July 16th, the Vanguards of the Henry Lincoln Johnson Lodge, No. 630, are sponsoring a variety eeneert at their club bouse, 15 West 126th street BR00KLYN1TE GIVES RECITAL IN S. Ct : Lyndon Hoffman Caldwell, a concert pianist of Brooklyn, K. Y. was presented m recital, at Benedict College Allen University Auditorium, at Columbia, S.'C last Wednesday evening. The program was a feature of the Benedict - Allen Summer School Lyceum presentations. a VISITS IN NEW YORK: Mrs. Thelma Fitxhugh, and her son, H. Naylor, Jr.. of Arlington, Va.; were the houseguests last week of her brother - in - law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ludlow W. Werner, of 230 West 135th street Mrs. Fiuhugh will spend the remainder of the summer it Amherst, N. H, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hare. COLUMNIST'S FATHER DIES: finitie. father of Joe Bostic, columnist of The People's Voice, died suddenly Tuesday evening with a heart artaek, after both of them returned home from a baseball game. The deceased who was a Pennsylvanian by birth was fifty - six yesr, old at the time of his demise. Services were held Friday evening at. Bridge Street Church, with the pastor, Rer. Roseoe C Henderson officiating. Remarks were also said by Rev. Benjamin Richardson. Musie was rendered by the Men's GleYCIub of which he was a member; and, the Church Chorus. Interment followed Saturday morning at Evergreen Cemetery. .' His ivrrivor s art a wife, Mrs. LiHiaa Boitic, a son. Jot Bostic, trd sisters, Mrs. Vina Pierce, of Westchester, Pa ; Mrs. Ef it Mundries, of Brooklyn, N. Y.'.threa brothers, Joe,.Kes - r.eth, a 4 Charles Raymond, of Philadelphia, Pa.; two graad - fmt, Jt and Let Bostic V . e SOLDIIXS DAUGHTER GRADUATES: Miss Ernestine Rainey, ef US West 114th street daughter of Sgt William H. Rainey, graduated from Alt Saints Academy m last Sunday. She Intends to enter Hampton Institute in tht faH ... T. C MEYERS MADE REGISTRAR: . Timothy C Meyers, who holds a master's degree from Columbia University, where he also has dose graduate study, has been appointed registrar of Hampton Institute. He was formerly assistant to tbe dean of instruction and acting director of the divisions of educations sad antral. atudje at Hampton. A estiva, ef Cordele, Ga. Mr. Meyers is a graduate ef Ua - University To Memorialize Medical Student ypwwni u mum nuf" The Late FLORENCE A. HOLMES Florence A. Holmes, Former Medical Student, To Be Memorialized By Michigan University DURHAM. N. C The Unlrtr. tity ot Michif tn plans a memorial tor Miss Florict Ann Molmei. 31, Durham Junior ntdleal trudant at tha univaraity. wh vat drowmad in tha Huron Rivar in Ann Arbor, Mich., latt Sunday. Mlsa Rolmas was lent while attemptinf to raaeua Thorn 1 1 Lb Jones, S8 yaar eld candidate for tha doctor's degree tn education, whan a canoe la whkh tha twe ware riding overturned and aha triad to aatist Jonae whs apparently wai unable to swim. Jonei wai a native of WIntton - 5a - lem. N. C Both bodies were recovered. Notification of the wrfvartlty's plan to memorialize Miai Holmes wat contained In a telegram sent to her parenta. Prof, and Mr Charlee U Holmea; 409 Formosa aremia. lest ' Thursday. Signed by Dr. Alyee C. Lloyd, wealthy dean of woman at Michigan, the message stated that Mist Holmea who re sided in the university's StoekweH Hall "was a splendid student, loved and respeeted by her eolleegMS m the medieal school and her sneny friends In the dormitory "Her university will always be proud ef her and ead that her untimely death ended eueh a premising ea - the message stated. The . daughter ef Charles L Holmes, professor ef Spanish et North Carolina College end Mrs. floriee Holmea. dean ef girl' at Durham's Hillside High School Miss Holmes was the third member ef her family to receive a Michigan graduate degree. Both parents received degrees there. The daughter wat a graduate et Palmer Memorial institute. Sedalia. an honor graduate of Horth Carolina College hi 1941; received a master ef science de gree et Michigan in 1S43 end hsd attained the rank ef Junior tn the Medieal School et the time of her death. She was regarded as one ef the most promising women medi. eel student ever enrolled et Michigan. She was a member ef the Alpha Xrppa Alpha Sorority. She was lost en tha eve ef her 22nd birthday. Last rites were held et the home of her perente with the Bev. O. D. Stanley, rector of the St Titus Zeis - eopal Church, officiating. Her parents Mr. end Mrs. Charles L Holmes, are the turvrvera. coin Unlrersltj, tncj has taught tt Johnson C Smith University and Tuskegee Institute He was also registrar at TilloUea College. . WILHELMINA ADAMS GIVEN TESTIMONIAL I Friday evening prominent political leaders of both raeea gtthrred at Hotel Woodstock to attend the testimonial dinner given Wilhelmina Adams, democratic co - leader ef the 14th A. D. and State Committeewoman, en the occasion ef her departure as a delegate to the National Democratic - Convention ia Chicsgo, I1L Judge Anna M. Krost,' was chairman ef the dinner committee, with Senators, Robert F. Wagner and James M. Meade as honorary co - chairmen. Among those present were F - dward Leughlin, Democratic leader ef K. Y. County, Miss Sutaa Braadeia, Miss Doris Byrnes. Miss Thelma Dale. Mrs. Daisy S. George. Mrs. Hulaa Jack, Miss Gertrude Lane, Mrs. Phyllia R. Oliver, Mrs. A. Qaytoa FerweH. Mr. Flortaee Shieatag tad Miss Fredi Wash - ftgtoa. ' BIIHOP KINO ON HONEYMOON AND BUSINESS TRIP: '. Bishop Wliils J. King, newly elected bfshef ef the Methodist Church, and Mrs. King are in New York for several days en t honeymoon and business trip. They were married recent' ly in Atlanta, Ga, While here they are making all the receisary arran gmeits for their trip to Monrovia, Liberia, where he will be stationed as a missionary bishop. They intend to tail ia November. Bfihop Kirg is Teasn by birth and grsduate ef Wiley College. H ereceve4 his Ph.D. degree from Boston Univer - fij. His, post - grad sale work was done at Oxford and Harvard Universities. His wife hss had cetniderable experience as a school teacher and YWCA worker - - t i v L v . . .4 " " - i No beeuty specialist ten erase the lines in the face put there by suffering feet. Hostesses And Servicemen Perform In Mock Wedding At Harlem Defense Center The biggest soda! event to be givea at the, Harlem Defense Recreation Center this season waa the Mock Wedding which took place this part Saturday. The attractive bride was Beatrice Booker. hoe - tesa; the groom, Herbert Roberta, merchant seaman; Al Popwell. merchant seaman, best man: and Louis Sangster. Coast Guard, the minister. ,The sixteen hostesses adorned m beautiful reinbow evening dree. es served at bridesmaids. Six teen representatives ef trie Army. Nsvy, Marines and Coast Guard were ushers. Clarence William. member ef the staff acted as the bride's rather. 4 Red Cross Workers Arrire At Posts In India; 1 Ns? Yorker Washington. D. CL The errival in India . ef four eddi - tienal Negro Red Cress Worker waa announced this week by Am arte an Red Crees Nattonal Headquarters. They ere: Jeen - nette C Dorsey. staff assistant 550 Villa Nova street. CVhbert Ga Sarah F. Hill, assistant program director. 8 S. High street, Tuckahoe. N. Y, Willie Lee Johnson, raff assistant 733 13th street N. W Washington, D. C Carltee 1 Lewis, assistant club director, 1019 lament - street. N. W. Miss Hill is the dsufhter ef Mr. end Mr Jesne F. Hill, ef Tucka hoe. N. Y. Before her Red Cross appointment. She was employed bv the Canal Street Branch of the YW.C.A - . tn New Orleans. She is s graduate of New ReeheUe, H. Notes On New 2nd Lt William Henry Gates, of fttt Lenox avenue, has been promoted to rank ef First Lieut - enant The announcement was made recently by the War Department e The War Department informed Mrs. Anna Leone, ef 10 Manhattan avenue, that her son, Pvt Peter A. Leone, has been wounded is action in the Mediterrean - an Area. . - It was announced by Ma). Gen; Raymond C Lehman's Headquarters, that M - Sgt Alfred Harrison, husband of Mrs. Etna May. Har rison.,:Nw Rochelle, N. Y.; S - Sgt... Alpha Moore, husband of Mrs. Bessie . Lee Moore, of this eity, were ewarded the Good Conduct Medal for exemplary behavior, efficient and fidelity through ' faithful and exact per - formanee ef duty. . Many New York men who have completed their primary training at the 3164th AAP Bate Unit (Ceotraet Pilot School Primary). Tuskegee. Ala - and have been tranaerred to Tuskegae Army Air field, to continue their training in the basic and advanced phases of. tying. They are A - S John T. QuaHes, sea ef Paris Quelle, 3M0 Wick - ha mavenue, Bronx, N. Y; A - C L. G. Vaughn, son of Alfred O. Vaughn. 22 Irving plaee. Brooklyn. N. Y; A - C Douglas H. Me - QuUlan. eon of Harper McQuillan. 1Q Halsey elreet, Brooklyn. N. Y.; A - C A. V. Greenridge. son of Vernon Greenridge, 110 175th street, Jamaica. L. 1; and A - C Raymond M. Whltt. son of Prank White, S14 last lSrd street Pvt Charles Henry Brooks. husbands of Mrs. Allen Brooks, ef 391 Powell street. Brooklyn, N. Y.. is recuperating from s recent operation at Keesler Field AAF Louise Moore was the maid ef honor. The ceremony was conducted tn the Recreation Hall which was beans, tifully decora tad in a sheer all white color scheme. The Reception was held on the roof. There were two huge wedding cakes, and delicious punch. An erehestna was provided for dancing, "' .Hostesses who participated were: Curtis Bates, Montoe Faisen, Peggy Butler. Annette Sylvester. Ginger; Reid. Ann Williams, LaneO DeBois Virginia Robertson, Arlene Robertson. Carrie Harris. Pauline Hagood. Ruby Hagood. Anita Am cry, and Xdith Mulzee. Y High School and Virginia State College. Petersburg. Va. and attended Atlanta University. Mies Dorsey was director ef osic for the Wkoefley Settlement Rouse, Minneapolis, Minn, to: BTJT WAX BONDS TODAY! IU1 Ul FOR CRYING Nobody likes balsg kept awake all sight long by a crying baby. But If your baby Is fretful and rertlese end ertee all the time because hla little body la tortured and sore from smarting beet raah or diaper rash, sfeajta can help you help him. You see Msasaaa, the soothing, medicated powdar, serves a double purpoee: It relievee baby's misery - due to beet raah, prickly bat. diaper rash, Itchy moequite bltea aad other minor ski a Irritations aad thus It makea tt peeaible for hla to have restful sleep. For one his tortured akia la comforted baby will reet quietly which means the whole family eaa sleep. Favertte vTHsj AH tbe Famfly No weaderthaa for ever 40 yrt soIIUona ef mothers hare need Max - eena to help prevent aad ease the smart and bun ef diaper raah. Aad they find It helpful for aU the family tee. Far Mesaeae, will soothe chafe ee giwaupe as wan aa baby's Irritated akta. It reaSy terms a cUa - tag eeat ef freteetiea te guard Irritated stda fraaa cleUiag likely tomb. Vanraaaa eveai harse prsvaat ttea - tag. bwnlaff beat raah. It spatial base bars ebsorb saetstare m tbe kia, which Is aftea the cause ef beat raah. Aad VfosaJia eeettalas latredleitta spedaltsts eftea see t raUeve taeeeelseetaferta. Sealwaye ketp Measeaa ea bead es a first - aid for aU the famEy. YeeH be ew prlaed at bew Bui this reesarkably aaethiag mediceied powder cot. Save e - veai mere by baytaf eee f Get big taaaUy secaageef Meaaaaa. j f FlIWTS SON BLEACH CREAM My returned If SLACUTXAM DOJTX DUaTTtAK ... Smy a Jar eg Flint s Bleach Cream TODAY . . Before rvUrtrg oee aa th4 - i i . far a few day eurfac Blccntsrir, rrackW. CrvMinn. alaa Ptaples ef gtarfac Origin, should be gone . . ; A Wbilef.Oeiter. Smeotner lookO - .g akin. Al Afl Drag tHaree, m aad r et FVa Hfdktae Ca - M CaaS ' USO) Stws, Hew Tert . Slew Tera. York Servicemen Regional Station Hospital, Bflcoi. Miss. ' . A vigorous . period ef recruit training, has - begun for Twenty - seven New York . Negro ' Bluejackets with their recent arrival t the VS. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Hi' The new recruit are:. Eugene Winston, 17. : Ithaca: James G. Brcares, 24. Bronx; Ronald W. Beekles, 24. Bronx; Thomas Lee Ward, 23, James H. Avery, it. Rochester, N. Y. Raymond Bouille Laing. 25, George Thompson, Iff. Stillman Hanna, Jr. 22; Arnold L. utiTen"y. Charlee W. Sexton. 20. jCharylis Marks, 29. Richard E. Williams, 19. James E. O'Neal, 18. Samuel Wright. 18. aH of New York City; Thcenas L. Riea. 18. Ernest W. Thompson, 23. Jeff L Shelten. Harry Reed, 18, .Eugene Kirk. 24. Jerrel Jones. 38, Louis W. Griffin, 28, Kenneth Cham - hers. William H.' Brooks. 25. Wil, liam R. Brunsen, 24, Robert L. Golden. 18. Elgie L. Dockett, 28. John Baldwin. 18, all ef these from Buffalo, N. Y. 2nd tA Harry I Stewart who is a reaident ef 108 - 11 84th avenue, Corona, L. I., was recently com - missioned frem the Aviation Cadet Corpa at the Tuskegee Army Air Field. He is no1 - ndergoing transition fighter pilot training at this station. Flight OfWeer Yenwith K. Whitney was recently awarded his wings and commission from the Aviation Cadet Corps at Tuskegee Army Air Field. He hells frem 1181 Albany Crescent The newly commissioned officer is undergoing transition fighter pilot training at Tuskegee. e e e' Pf. Walter M. Brown, who had been an Army Motion Picture pro jectionist for two years, wss recent, ly helled "GI of the Week" at the Tuskegee Army Air Field. Inducted at Camp Upton. I I. in 1942, the GI from Yenkers. N. Y.. hss been singularly honored for his services at the station since hla arrival with the field's first re - crufta. After working for tea months as s airplane mechanic ne. Brown transferred to the Special Service Department where he has worked . ever sine. Besides being chief . projectionist here, he is in charge ef bQ electrie appli ances used by the Special Service Department - AT ITATW nUUTDt Pttvat Annie a little, daughter ef Mrs. Gennie Zdwarda. 4M St Nicholas avenue, is a member of a Women's Army Corps unit which recently left First WAC Training Center. t Ft DeeMoines. Iowa, for duty with the Army at Willowbrook. Staten Island. N. Y.' Bee4 "TBI BJUDGEHTAD M Fraak D. Orlfffaa. A f eatve ea page ste each week. Maxareni Dinrbtr A mmy smv to semad local Aer tppetitm t U mm U& aaed asaaW ta tad. 1 1 mmm ak. Dnm mi ria aa U mm Ckae mtw (y. Pat fraakfttttHS ia ta mtk ea mmm ead 1st nana Mia Mk aliakdr taaavaulk. aa pfw. Sat ead eask ef I aaa I aihaaasa, t tu i rairbn Aid a aMsaraai ! at imcUm. Tmm Ul m9 tml mis ihinaalit) Cat fraakf atases a bslwa, aha spUt Ia0npi aaU taaa isaaa m4m af T smU ar k(, aavteg tU ba eaa. Dm aa? saataMuag fiir m aad fid mmm atacaraai atnn. Peek afaraal siaM ia pispaiad bmU. Oufl tbaraacair. UimmU aa mi grmmm fef 4. Rotes - About Uf: Our f iim mm wm mmm I he hmmm s t ! ' M rnTT a c t i LfU r4 ABOUT M j aPis Ji o o d w Chicken Shortcakes a la Dixie lKpri; - nr - r i - " ' i ! Southern cooks oro fomow for eWckan cfishts I Try this osy recipe nexf time'Va Chicken for Dtiaesajf, Bwrvbody Vkes be Wscolta - aad everybody akee chicken. Hera they are tn an extra - special com buution. Made with part corn, meat the Under, crancby. gold cm brown biscuit ar a perfect mate for creamed chicken. . For the cream sanee. two part chicken stock if possible; nd add tntik to make up the required amount of KqukL Thle give a rich chicken flavor that put it in the "different" elaaa. Chicken Shortcake a la DtxM will put the family ta a happy snood - so ettp the recipe and. ue ttraalaoon. i I Cbkkao Shortcakes a la DixW 8prr mi 1 Elft floor, bMng pounder, saX an4 jf corn raeai. a NUTRITION NOTES 8tor leftovers, when practical, together in one dish, A dab ef carrots, a bit of corn, t couple of potatoes pushed back ia the re frigerator ar likely to be forgotten and use up unnecessary apaee. Store leftover food cold and covered, and ate them as soon as possible to sav food values, a a v7hen rooking foods that keep wall, occasionally prepare enough for two meels. and plan to ase the food a different way at the eecond serving. This save time and fuel. a Jrame - makers ran take a tip frcan Navy cooks on eoup making. They let soup cool after cooking so that the fat wfll rise. When tt baa hardened, they remove tt and raheet the soap for serving. When the fat can no longer be ased for cooking, K ia turned tn for gly - .arme. Double dividends fet tenon Juke era the reward when the lemon is warmed up a few minutes before uing. A good way is to cover ft with warm water and let it steep for a few tnnntes before it ts squeezed. . ' ' ' '. Most eebbege west V prr cent occurs .in trimming eway outside leave and discarding tender core. These ports actually have mora mineral content than tha blanched inner leaves. Cab bage ean be used to advantage as a foundation or blanket for a baked meat dish or as an addition to soups. Eggplant Should be peeled thin end stored In a cool, but not too' RATIONING BROWN STAMPS (For meats, fats, oils end cheeses. Red stamps AS, through ZS !n Book 4 (each valued at ten points) are valid indefinitely. Next new tampa become valid July 3d GREEN1 STAMPS (For canned, frozen and certain dehydrated foods, jams, fellies, preserves, ' and fruit butters). Blue Stamps A8, through Z8 and Stamp A5 in Book 4 (each valued at ten points) valid indefinitely. No additional blue stamps become ' valid until August lit. SUGAR Sugar' stamps No. 30 and No. 31 are valid in definitely for five pounds ef sugar. Stamp Na' 40 is ralid for five pounds of tanning sugar through Feb - ' ruary 28, 1945. Coniumerj may apply to their local rationing boards until July 15th for an additional 10 pounds for home canning, and between July 16 and October 31 for 10 more pounds. GASOLINE In 17 States ef eastern shorts fe area A - 10 coupons remsins vahd through August 8th. New B - 2 and C - 2 mileage - ration coupon, valued at 6 e gallons are being issued now. SHOES Stamp Na 1 and No. 2 cm the airplane sheet wfll remain valid indefinitely. LOCAL RATIONING BOARDS Borough rationing boards will provide address ef local rationing boards, which should be consulted on rationing problems. Telephones are: Manhsttin. Culumbus 5 - 4575; Brooklyn, MAia 48575: B - otia. HElrose 5 - 8250: Queens. IKcn - sides 6 - 6J0Q; Richmond, Gibraltar 7W?. On prce control consult O. P. A. offices in Empire State Ruild - fnf CHJrVerirt 4 - 7300. - Add Hk. tnbdna; until a aofl gough ia formed. ) Drop from taUeepoM on Bpry - eoated baking sheet. Pot wHa Bpry. Bake tn very hot oven (iSCTKI J5 minutes, Spot hot Maeotta and - pwfj Creamed Cblokea between $amt overtop. . 4 Creamed Chlctea m4 4 tblpoom floa gcapteMliad wne,iiaTi Vttem 1 ttablM(KS - - pimMOto. ImM (tetpeea petv S ajajj SwMaMdai Melt Spry an saaeepan add fkssr alt pepper and celery salt aa plena well. eocBtanUy. Cook nntil smcoUiaol .wnJL AAA ohLiifn tA aim ' uli a.XilU I ft 1 dry. Sandwich Spreads Cfmd Jot lunehoi, plen!cit belpyounell supperf Deviled San saga Spread ft, mW bms I a i MfxM in V4 avtaUSk ta ue taut mm mm Maih aatttage thefeufUa, Taar4 should be ri eup whaa sshd. Aad BMUtard, sak and lamea jaia, toe - in milk freJually. Mia eWoagMft FeM fa cabbage. Makts sneagh let g large saadwichas. Notei The atua seatenngs bl Bulk n be misad akaad f and keps ia the sfriaftr sf ska nnaly cut cabbag or mhtf it added just bafor iprcadinc. Beanbarger I mm mmiO. im4 H kwMa 4 Hm . r pmm mmm Mil drmnU a tiMnfina Wm) H tap sratt dVstftf fMPaslf Math beans. Add east el s&graoWa and mis thoreaghlr. Maks aaaagk for large sandwiches. Urn at eaea ar keep chilled. aCeeked, driej pin ee kiaae beans, black - eyed peas ef dried grata, peas can be Med. REMINDERS r pfaoa to avoid dehytli afJuaVjij

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