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- 1 1 : i v I 'I .1" 1 " tfe; ..V 1 j 'rrT;rTr'TT,T V.- V "I 20 THE OTTAWA. JOURNAL V t , i SATURDAY, AUOTJST 15.1M4 r-, v-l V. v.' '' .. RIV1NGTON . .' Sandra Jan Porttotu and ; united in marriag at St. Richard Anglican Church on Sat- urday. Aug. 8. Th Rev.' J. C Garrett officiated. ' ' 1X The brid was attended by Mitt Eleanor-Le Grow aa ' maid, of honor and Mitt Marilyn Moor,; Mitt' Lorraine Porteou, Mia Marian Wilson' were bridesmaid JaK Robert Wataon U beat man and guests were ushered by Mr. Brian M: Rivington. Mr- Gordon Fauteux and Mr. Robert Fennessy. 1 1 Following' reception in' the church hall, "th couple went for a honeymoon trip at Halimar Lodge, Haliburton. ' j i Mrs. Rivington U a gradual of Ottawa Tacbert' College." ' ? ' f " i ('V i j . r. ... , , Mr. and Mr. Richard S. engagement of their daughter, . -CftxitM Wltaan. um of Mr. all of Ottawa. -. Marriage ,to Church, on Saturday, Sept. CluapbeU ConnoQy and .12, ' Mr. arid Mr.' V L' Campbell with to announce th ; i- engagement or ineir aaugnier, Loma jean, to pa. umvia Connolly, eon'of Mr. and Mrs.' Earl Connolly. Marriag ; PTlo 4ak plac on Saturday. Sept 12. in St George's I 0 14BJIW V fjv tffM H4 J ty Church, Otuwa. i -."... ' - W ind" tin. Jceepfc'TBretOD- wWi W arinoune vth enaaiernent-of thir 'daughter,. Jn Carol, to Mr. ' : Gerald E. Langcvia. son of Marriage to tak piao Saturday, Sept 5, at St. Antnony J. Church, Ottawa. gtovw Dcalcy i ' Mr. and Mrk'H. J. Stover gagemerrt of their daughter, aoa of Mr. aad Mrs. r. v. Doowy. Tn mamag to take lac Sept 1 11 Odocx 1 .... Anglican Church. , wtoetwMootw .4V't ' . .. V 1 V . h! nil en mi tn engagement or tneir oaugmer, Joan rjiranetn. to mt. Frederick David Chart ea Moor a, son of Mr. and Mra. Frederick R Meore. Marriag 19, tytw o'clock to Weodroff unHed Church.,, . ; , ttnnaMi m4 WaSSies ! r rt f WSlas Mr k IM4 ea Ik Solal rM il 9t r. rteiaiw IU k eekltokM M 4 .. . SIS.M w SMklMriin . ts as want r rMMS wanV punn. mw.,- tatai rat seaiUMal U .- atlas eray i saw - ' . i cof;.VC.EKwrs.cConhe visit tne national vmmc boa of historic aircraft on display at Rockcliff Airport. Opea daily I.N to 9 p.m. Admission free. Entrance est Hemlock Road Via St Lab-rent Bivd. (Courtesy of National Museum otsCanada). , - HAIR GROWTH1 ' NEW YORK Hear of 'th average person grow a t half aa inch per month. c:::cxEn legs . 17S7 Rutsell Road 731-3884 GENUINE REDUCTIONS ON QUALITY FURS . Chateau Furs, LIMITED , "Servbtg Gensrafions of - HatUfm Customers. . 7 Bank St UI-T7TI MEXCHANOISC ARXrVINO '40lh ANNIVFJtSARY SALE L J r I . a see ew wiwwei suae ? r ' ' .. eaaeHiMit. "'"V.. ; PORTEOUS John' Howard Rivington war agcmcnts . . ,i . ,"i Bow wish to announce th Laura Grace to Mi, Robert - Mra. Charles G. Wilson. : tak place in St Joaeph'a at 11 o'clock. ;vi, A v: ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ungertn.', ' wish to announce the en- " Ned, to Mr. Gerald Dooley, , H . TBoma w Aposu . - .. .-i. - ' "." 1. . ' ' ... wwmt wwi. w .wwnin, f. to Uk plac on Sept T" k tk ttfc Sta er wrss, fan. swiaia, : : ,.,; . ' - Clan Has V 4 ion . . Members of Clan McCon- neO celebrated th churV 10th annual outing at Vincent M assay Park. .- , Member attending included thee from Edmonton, North Bay. Metcalfa, Verobn, Greely, Aylmar. Kin hum and Ottawa. The oldest tsoman membtr present : wu' Mrs. Prank Stanley, . th 1 oldest man, Mr. Joeeph McNee. Thd youngeat member wa Mis Donn. McNee, North Bay. Marks birthday n . Mrs. Elizabeth McKay of 403 McLeod Street win b '"t hom"-to her 'friend from. 3, to 7 p.m. on Thurs- . dsy, Aug. 20, on the occasion ' of her B3rd birthday.. ', ' . " i. '.' : GRANTS -WAITING ', By mid-June, only M ef Ontario's 971 municipsliti had applied for federal provincial grants for INT Centennial prelects., ' - , 'j ' ' V :i- , CLOCK MAKER.' , Floral clocks designed ' by John Clark, parks superintendent la Guelph, Ont., are located throughout Canada and the U.S. - . Bttt in - ; PUE3S, Tesfax t:.,l.e?.!rs 171 SPARKS STREET !' .""-- 1334331 ',.; trldwS OBttf ftr 19M u tn tn 1 nr 9m iwr stMa aatnPs4w4l miWliay jffm)4B aVwfw'Sj llayfB y MB 9t91 fttB. aefftaaf ymm Mrrtar, mm4 snupnpM TfBhi 4MT atTf BtBlaMnMkaaBjtMi m mjf ant wMIpi( ImvitalWsai kf W9wa frwrnl BW m9UUt War) Mfs. Urmtt Ik BVM9ir HA it. rifd nm Mrtrtof 0y, lrM(H4 A vw , Otsfltr, . teptsv MBtwa rwr wrrtisl mbjb, b i anPiil MA A tort Vet firttlBag. OnmH'M;''vV' ttiiru r- A l ?s ' . In of .' SOCIAL Right Hon. JohnG. Dlefen-baker. Leader of th Opposition, is attending the Slarr-Dymond picnic at Brooklin, OnC. today. -, , ; v-.i-n! ,-,-v . ,i - fir.r-y . I Most Re. Sergio Pigmdoil. Apostolic Delegate to Canada, leaves today for a tour of Eastern Canada where he -will visit the Archbishops of Quebec. Rimouski; St John's, Nfld, Halifax and Moncton. ( i n "' ' Mr."Laverne' Baldwin, of Connctcot; tormeiiy In Ottawa with the United States Embassy.' his 'nephew, Mr." Gus Hart, Colorado, and Mr. Tony ' McGinnis. California, r arriving this weekend to visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. H. Burp at their home in Rockcliffe Park. ' .They have completed a two-weak canoe trip to Northern Quebec accompanied by Mr. Burp and Mr. Bill Betchermanvand by Mr. Row , Tuddingnam, '.Sudbury. .. , ' ' y. , r v Misa Gtrtrud Lsydcn hat fata raed to Ottawa aftr. a vsboft holiday in Scarborough. ,i) i i , j.. , K- Mra. Orpha Searl enter-tamed af a buffet supper and Widowed Mother of Four -Heads Publish ing Goncern - By ARTHUR ED SON WASHINGTON; (APH-Ia . the offtc of almost any other met - ropofctaa publisher It -would be preposterous.' But visitors wait, tag for th president of th Washlaiton' Post may employ hen nm lT'tBdymg- gay swatches of decorator fabnea plcd there mra table' j i. With- Katharine Meyer Gra- ham. this eeem. pracmsly right. l M . ' i Ji . r. ,shays,., ; r And along with coeimenu.on great men -and great affairs, she sprinkles her conversatloa with such womanly WIM SIKO TTOMUlf; a. xpa.mng mrw -wm mmm ... ...... s . a. u t . , V Kecently U,S. politicians ap- pear to aars reoncoverea wbihen, who now , govern- ment fob of taerea rspoa ibtHty. 4o ft s Biting that Kay Graham should preside over a kv w e - nouoimw r j .nicZn. empir iJger .M'J than any ever beaded : ... ,. v "" -' " . American-woman. " , ( ' taB, raesij. and mtbusia T. 1... w m. ..e- Wrs." Graham go along me,ue with a Hears, or Be.v, brook group. But in addition Is the Post, th company ' 'T: JL"I!! magaitn, on radio and' television sutloiM. ' an interett I Nova Scotia paper com. Wm mtltl iU'Im ins.lM Times, a news servic to 74 silent in the U.S.. and abroad. Mrs. Graham' responsibility jcam ahockiagly with the death her Inttbend. PhiUp L. Gra- ham, a year. ago. , . . . Housewife. mother of three son. and on. daughter, vohm- ' '"L. tear worker for Wasbmgtonl 1ri"5,., hom-needy thildren, "Mri. Graham m;. ' - "" ; hjd to hora up ker shattered ln pow " ' mornm personal world arid take com- pr' ? ' co"Ir"n"' Pset maad of a compiez twsineu. I ; h? dltorll " EXPANDING BUSINESS- . f i S'-S Fortunately, she wa not en- Congress opens. :" ' v-twery unpreparad.' ' . .- " f . . Vituperation statistic aren't Her rather.' Eugene1 Meyer!, keptbut th guest Is that no banker and government execu- other newspaper is scolded so five. had bought th post In regularly and so heartily, even 1133. her j husband bad been though It usually is high on any with the paper since 1144, and rating of th . top Amerkaa both discussed with her th newspaper. f . - - T: - 1 . ' I l .. ...- 'ii k . ? ... r--" .j I TO SERVE CANADA IN BELGRADE ' ' Canada's mrwlyppointed! Amhaasador' to Yugo- ; tlavla, Mr. Rot Campbell and Mrs. Campbell ar r Seen ont u Mindeck' of . the Emnreaa :M XCanaita prior ta their lea vrng Mori t and It .....91 - ' , jnowtr in nonor of miss ; wooaing weaaing toaay in-Sharron Hutt. who marri- I elude Mr. and .Mr. R. L. age will take place on Sept S. Ryer. Mr. William Pierce v r ? !-, , . "4 Mrs. prank Delong and Her -from ' Brockvlll to attend th McLtnaan-Boldue ' wedding today ar Dr. and Mrs. J. ' K McAvoy, .Rev. . Peter McAvoy, Mr. and Mra.' ' Roger Ladouceur, Mitt Edna - Lteder', Mr. and Mrs, O. C ' ' Leader, Miss - AUeen- Reid, , Mrs. Gertrude Reid and Mia Marjori Raid and Mr. and ' Mra.- Chart Shorty. " v . ; jy; , ". :i;y Mrs. John L." ijynch enter-; tained member of the Bunt-; , MacCready wedding party at a buffet supper at hr home, ' following the rehearsal. . ,, ; 'i .. e:, j ; ;'" ' I " A bride-elect ' of , Monday, ". Sept. 7. Mis Judy Burke was f 'entertained at a miacetlan . ous shower held at toe bom . of Miss Anna Curraa. .. t ' 'f- v,.;.-.",'-. ' 7 ' t V V Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Piatt t- celebrated their 30th wedding fanniverssry at a family din- .ner at Chex Roland Raatau- 1 1 rant, Hull and at a reception .; ' at La Chaumiere. , " ' . 3 Out-of-town ' guests who ' will, be attending the Potvin- Joy and trouble of as expend- .tag business. ';.-- '.'5 v " Katherine Meyer was borat June 14, 1117 in New York City, but bar family moved her wbed she wa six moatb old. She went to Vassar, trans- lerred to, and wa graduated from, th University ef Chicago, spent a short tint a a !-- reporter lor the Saa Fraa - News, and for six yesrs worked to the Sunday, circula- tion and editorial department, . . - . Shih,t kimm, , key people for ytlrl - . Yet on gets the idea in talk- . ... . . . ..... as ik wiiu rwa uiess. atsiai ajui naaiw new appointment Mr. Campbell served in th External. Affair Departmtnt In Ottawa, i ,'it i., .'. ,1; PERSONAL ...ft ), Mny wvmmm tj Bjv aitavM Job manfully whit asking t tiant womanfully. -' m,!.,,. ,v. j., .w -wUr. tZXi WJ' d2 ssv' tnu mav !'-.27 "-t w. 2! f'".,'if?.,,,E " a When managing editor Alfred Friendly finds on of sug- lv "Brmsia Starr award," a refreac at a whirlwind girl reporter in a comic trip appearing fa the Post , , ATTENDI MEETINGS "Op Tuesday and Wednesdays Mr'..Cr,um ' ta ff YeT "r !T ',r" "Zj? "T?'" hT' -'"s lunch with famous real this Weeiu Befor hi ' t- t-t i . .J .- - ' a her daughter. Mia Lynntt Delong. H of Halifax;. Her from London, Ont, ar Mr. : and Mrs. Wilfred Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sberigold, Mr. and Mra. Harvey Hudson, Mra. Donald Blab-and Mr. and Mra. Louis Breanan, ' ; , t- ,, ' ''e.',- ' ' Mrk IL i. CoxhiU wu th hostess at a kitchen and ' bathroom shower In honor of ' Mis Gad . McFauL' whoa marriage to Mr. David, Mul-1 vagh i planned for Saturday, ' 5epbllV ,x ,.r .; 'J-:'. .,' ; 'Mr. Ptr Lyons of Manl-waki wak in Ottawa to attend th wedding of hit aon, Mr. Peter. Vincent Lyona, to th former Mis Nora - Emily Mead.. - . !' . ,(v. m:- n : ' Guest ' from out-of-town f her to attend th McLennaa-Bolduc wadding today include Mr. Frank Fltzpatrick, But-fakK Mia i Ma GaUlnger. ' Perth; Mitt Helen McAvoy, Napanees , Mr. . and Mr. George Legar and Mr. and Mr. Roy Malouin, Montreal. She says she' want th newi account e be fair, w 'ar not going to be fair," she asks, "what ar w her for?"' . ' - aeg. sb' been on th new jg, rer , W m fatf H swwP v - .'.' uk- tad) . . - ' - . , , 1 J" o h 1 ' ier J I v most things you spend your days dolng- A reporter said M had always supposed the management end at th news business would be doll. - . weaavsaswaiasasamaaasawMMaBB J ' t FARM INDUSTRY ' WASHINGTON Two-thirdi . V. ' jwo-miroi 2 a W0M,, mak ir J,vm ' 'trtcultural m,W- - . Mrs. -J. Maclnfosh !Bel(Bl! Fou nde r of Motherc ra f t He re 'All Dated Up' With a Square. ' By HELEN GAGEN .. If you've discovered the convenience af the new rolled eat cook! mix, you'v prob-snry also made another lt- ... .Th mis cn be "used for .the everopulsr date squares, ' as well as for the whom big family of desserts represent-. d by Oatmeal Appl Crisp. . , And what a wonderful, sura, timo-eavmg method it offers! - I. found that the . dat squares ' made wkh the mil were quhe a ale as my ' regular rectpe, and they wer evsa better liked by torn tastar thaa most " data ' squares.' '; ;-' - As for the desaert ' well,' It was more than a usual kitl . EASY DATE SQUARES ' ' v CRUMB MIXTURE '" I cue rolled eat eeekl mis H rap batter r niargarin ' . (er mliture f batter and brtaiag) "'. ' . . . , , HLLTNG ' , I amend pitied dataa cut - . ' k plscss . cap beUlns water 1 1 Uhliapaea brawn augar ' 1 1 ttaapean vaaiBa - To cookl mis. add butter or margarine and cut In finely. Spread half of the result- : fng crumbly' miitur m a grtssed. eight Inch - square P" t , - 'Cook date with water and brown sugar until thick and . smooth, atlrrmg . often. Remove , from ' heat' and . add . vanilla. Coot v- . ,.. ,. . ' Spread date mixture ever cookie mi in pan. and cover with remaining cookl mis mixtur. -:;:';.' -iv ' Bake " In ' moderately' - not even, J7I degrees, shout 4 PrEkrrxd Ssirice Tt . sJ ffsf' rtikirB FUNERAL 315 Mdod SI., 213-1143 Itmma an O'CaaiMirt ' .' By VIRGINIA LAMBE of Th Journal . . ' "New Zealander by birth. Canadian by adoption," is a descripUoo Mr. . J. Mackintosh Bell spplies to herself. But this cammlag-up hardly "doe justice to' th eventful lif of th woman who founded the Ottawa branch - of the Canadian Mothercraft Society. " Borai Vera Beauchamb, h pent her childhood la Welllng-tagfon. New Zealand. One of her sisters' ' wa - the ' noted Katherioe ManfMd. Her first trio abroad was to 'London. England.- where he and". Katherine spent J?J"S.V " - leg. Harley Street - 'Katherine wss so fired with everything London had h couldn's get back to England oo enough." Katherine returned to London, and after Initial struggles achieved fame with Iter, finely-wrought .hrt atoTiea. . .. . i . . . . . 1 , .Her aister stayed In New , Zealand, where h met and married th Canadian gaolo.. girt Jams Mackintosh Bell. Dr. Bell had been. Wow. 1-, , ..-, Zealand, where she met and minutes, tnttil nicely browned. If cookie mixtur work hsslf together Into a dough when 'th butter t cut In, fluff top with a fork after U m mates of t baking.' Cat m square wban eohL-.-. 4 .- , '-.. .. , oatmeal b0ysenberry -;- :, crisp i eaa H eup batter ar aargaria . I eaa Od as.) bi)iiatii r lHhag . . ' I taslaisaea lima Jaka ' .:;.T cookie mix, add butter margarin and cut or rub k'kt finely.;. : - ,... Spread - two-thirds ' of this mixtur m a' well greased eight-Inch square pan. Cover With the filling and sprinkle with lemon Juice. Cover pi filling with remaining cookie mix mixture. ' 1 ': ' Bake In ' moderately' hot oven, 171 degrees, for 4 or 41 minutes, until 1 golden, brown.. Serve warm or cold, In aquaret." Good with cream or lc cream. ' T . OATMEAL APPLE CRISP . Replace . , boysenbtrry pi filling with a "tt-o. caa of hppl pi filling mix. Sprinkl th filling with on Ublespoon lemon Juic and one teaspoon cinnamon. 7 V transfusion case , WASHINGTON. . DC (RNS) The U.S, Supreme Court declined to nil whether a federal judge haa - th authority ' to otder ; t an - mi gency ' blood traasfuaion .for a Jehovah's Witness who refused such aid; on religious grounds. Thus th lowar court's decision stands. -' CALM DESCRIBED : ' CHICAGO A calm w air movement or wind of I then on mil an hour.' ', - t Mer Costs Mote iHsiirffAB . OIKECTOIS 1098 lym k., 721761 ranaiae WseerMni en cametwii i .'...,. ... ..v. ... ,, : I I i - , ' : , f v 1 i i .' ; iM ' , - V ' ' ' i :. ? t ' i : 1 . Entries incredse At 'Ex1 Th number of entries in competition at .th Central Canada Exhibition has in. creased over last year. ficial have gone over clos to 2,000 entries sine th closing daty Aug. 12. , In th . flower and veg1-ktbiNsdi vision, 78) entries wer received front 574 men. -197 fromx women . and 10 from societies. Seven groups and 460 individuals entered ' th home baking contest and 700 entne were received for the handicrafts competitions Women's Institutes en- tared It displsy and Union. Catholiqu de Fersaieres. 2Xt OTTAWA BRANCH - . 14..... Wl.i'iK'. BOYD PATTERSON . '''. Mr. fend Mrs. Kenneth Boyd ahnounc th engagement nfC thek- dauchter. . I.vnne Dianna.' tn Mr, James Malcolm -Patterson, son of Mr. Malcolm Patterson and th lata Mrs. Patterson. Th marriage will tak plac Saturday, SepL 12, at 1 o'clock in Park dale United Church, ' ' Mia Boyd la a gradual of th Otttawa Civic Hospital School of Nursing. -'' ' ' ' : v J to MtabUsh' a geological survey In New Zealand. She returned with him to Al-t inont la lil. w .;.; In 1917 he wnt to Ru ale with the British Military Mission. His wife spent three months with him to VUdl- Vostok,' whr ' aha learned enough Russian for house- bold management , Mr. Bell learned her "kitchen RuttUn" befor th ''orthographical reform to th languag were anade. And she said It wa one com-merited later by a Russian (net ner apeecn was s utua too oleganL' TREASURE ;r ' '' ' ' A "lni icon in Mrs. g... 5,. H11, i-.- te an oddly serene memento of those days. Dr.. Bell rescued whft revoiutionarie were destroying the Interior of Vladivostok churches. He ' returned th Canada in 1919. " f' Mr.; Bell' lntercrt in .', innttwrrrart mi Initialed Kv . Lord MondV centra In Chelsea for the particular guld-, , anc of young mothers whoa ' circumstance : had b o changed try the Pint World Wan Sh wu in London on Visit' and'ot to know Lord Mondl ; wife, Udy Vlolt Melchett ; Many young women could no, longer afford th "pen- nles" Oiey would ha ve hsd before s 1914, and ' simply didnt know how to look 'after bbief aha Hid. ' -'". '. MothereraR was started by th New Zealand doctor. Sir.. Frederick. Truby King. In - 1910, in New Zealand, where .it is anowq a the Plunk et society. .' ::, ?' ' Our countries beram in- tereated when New Zealand's infant mortality rate dropped to th world lowwrt. A motharcrtft clinic wss begun.'' fat England in 191, LESS ADVANCED , . Mrs. BU recalls finding Canada let advanced than her nativ country in health . nutter when sh first ar rivd in Almont. -' .' L "I asked where I could get dean milk, and . th doctor MiaV 'Look for a dun backyard and a clean woman and see what th can do.' " ' Dr. ' Truby King's . system was to provide information on maintaining the health of mother and child, and to train-' nurses to, hwtruct and assist mothers. '. . . . His book on baby car was of special help to mothers m isolated district In many parte ot the Commonwealth. -A branch was begun m Toronto m 11)1, and la IM4 Mrs. Bell got la touch with them, and got a branch going in Ot-: tawa. The first meetings were held at th mfsnts' section of a Ottawa department stor. Mias Elv Hewitt, who hat Ottawa Nurae Super visor since that time it now he -nurs director of- the parent society. ' When Nehru' ' daughter. IF YOU A HEW . ' ' ' ' f - - ). cvoniun FURS LTD. 256 " -'A" ' Mr. Indira Ghandt, met Mrs. Belt a Otuwa In 1914, she said I ban "I don't think I ever could have got along wit h o u t Mothercraft It brought up my two ' boys." Mothercraft is represented la about 14 different countries. Mr.,. Bll talked about .- Queen's College, Hartey Street, the school sh and bar lister . attended In London.. . X , . learning for women in England, k wa founded. In lMt, by Frederick Deaaison Morris for th education of govor-neaaes. But when . parent dlscovwcd what wonderful education they wer getting. they wanted ft tor their daughters, first hand." T V ' Domestic science has now beea added to th liberal arts and' science curriculum. . But ' from oversees wer . amused at th aiUtud of the English girls, who couldn't boil water." Thar wer girls, from mora than'v doten different countries at the school. '' . "W wer uught'not only knowledge, but an obligation to public service. You had to pay your rent on. eerth." BlllSIC ElvTWMlAST. ' r Mrr: Bell 'days' fh-ino was hr "first lov' but sh hss not kept ft up sine her husband' death m .1134. , "My sister used to mak up words to aongs, and I would make up th music and w would sing them. I. think Katherine would have been hist a good a cellist a a writer. H sh had wsnted to foHow music' Mrs. ' B 1 1 fecom mends "Novels and NovelUts" as a book of her lister's giving an buiiht Into hef character. J. Th Mill of Kmtail, the Tart McTCetut Memorial. Museum m Almonte. I an Interest of long standing with Mrs. Bell Sb I mmorary president f th MM..- '- Th sculptor first isw th old mlU on a walk with Dr. BelLsh said. And it wa ' the Bella who "sold him on th idea" of making' a' Summer studio Of ft. : CAHT ATFOHD FOn COAT .7; W Wei Take Um Full nee Out af ., ... Yonr Old fr Coat , ' w Well Change the Btykj af Your , Collar and Sleeve ' Wei Repair AO the Worn Pelt - Then Clean and Glax th Fnf ,. w W PravM a Silky Nw Lmlng . ' N0W1 THI TIMt TO RESTYUT , , WHIU SUMMER PRICES ARE LOWEST . "A- .. ' ,1 ' .'v ' ' ' W"B Guarantee Your RestyM Coat Against Rip nd Tears for i Year Riddau St

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