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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEULSVIL-LTD. PA. MONDAY. JANUARY 16, 1933. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. James S. Darr ot Soutli Pittsburg street lelt today for Miami, Fla., to spend the winter months with her son-in-law and daughter, I Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Lowe. Start the new year right with a j complete set ot new ledgers, day books and cash books. Loose leaf supplies . and Shaw-Walker filing equipment. Everything for the office at Kestner's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St.--Adveitisement--Gjan-18t Fred S. Oppermon of Vine street left Sunday by motor for Harrisburg where he will remain for the inauguration ol Arthur H. James as Governor. The Ladies' Auxiliary to South 'Connellsville Firemen will hold a card party tonight, 8:30 promptly, in Firemen's Rooms. Lunch. Admission 25c.--Advertisement.--16j an-11. Walter R. Cunningham, o£ North Sixth street, who ' underwent f an operation at the Connellsville State Hospital last week, is getting along nicely. Prices way down on coats and dresses. Princess Shop.--Advertise- ment.--16jan-lt. Vincent Browning of Soutli Arch street has returned after a few weeks* visit with friends in Flint, Mich. Lost--Rimless t glasses between Brimstone Corner and Y. M. C. A. ·Reward if returned to Connellsville Drug.--Advertisement.--IGjan-lt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson of South Connellsville visited friends in Mount Pleasant Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Richards of Pittsburgh visited Mrs. Richards' aunt, Mrs. Mabel K. Marietta, of Race street over the week-end. Miss Eleanor Shutsy, Miss Florence Miller, Miss Evelyn Home and Miss Catherine Swartz visited Miss Lucy Sproat, a student nurse at Frick Hospital at Mount Pleasant, · Sunday afternoon. Joe Carson of Race street was in Pittsburgh Friday on business. There is no improvement in the ' condition of Mrs. Frank R. Louden of Pcrryopolis, who has been a patient in St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, for the past few weeks. Mrs. Louden is a former resident of Connellsville. Miss Audrey Percy and Miss Esther Kenner, student nurrses at the West Pcnn Hospital, Pittsburgh, spent the - week-end at their respective homes. Miss Catherine O'Connor, manager of the women's ready-to-wear -department ol Troutman's store, ar- · rived home Saturday morning from New .York where she spent a week buying spring merchandise. Mrs. Kathryn Gordon of North Pittsburg street went to Scottdalb this morning to express her sympathy to the family ol Danvln L. Fitzgerald, who died Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ludwick 'and daughter. Miss Frances McCullough of McKees Rocks, spent Sunday as the guests of Mrs. Ludwick's aunt, , Mrs. A. J. George, of the White Front Apartment, North Plttsburg street. Miss Rose Aline Mestrezat, Miss Elsie Braun of Coraopolis and Miss Eleanor Tomlinson, of Philadelphia, all members of the Coraopolis Heights High School faculty, spent the week-end at Mis* Mestrezat's home in West Washington avenue. Miss Marie E. Young of Uniontown was a Connellsville visitor Saturday. Mrs. Frank K. Bailey ot Ohiopyle, who spent the past ten days at the home of her brother-in-law and sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Harmon of West Morton avenue, was able to return to her home Sunday. Mrs. Bailey was injured in an automobile accident. Aunt Het By ROBERT QUILLEN 1.1C. ·Thrft's three times Pa has maihed his finger and I'm gettin' worried. When a man ttarts a habit, he keeps at it forever no matter how much it hurts him." Meyersdale Hillman Will Supervise Rainey Operation Costs UNIONTOWN. Jan. ID.--Supcr- ision of operating costs at the four mines of W. J. Ramey, Inc., in Fay- ctte and Washington counties has een assumed by the Hillman Coal Coke Company. · Hlllmun Company will act in an idvisory capacity and will make periodic inspections of the operating Jropcrties Affairs ot Rainey will be landlcd as at present with no change n management. The corporation, lormcd early in the present century, will -continue to set its own operating schedule and market its own. product with the Hillman interests supervising operating costs and making suggestions as to possible means THE GRIM REAPER of cutting down production. the cost of coal MEYERSDALE, Jan. 16.--Frank Lucentc, son of Mr. and Mrs. Santo Luccntc of Meyersdalc, was last week admitted to practice law before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. The motion for his admission was made by Attorney Connor of Allegheny county. He was also admitted to the Somerset County Bar. The motion for his admission was made by hi preceptor, Attorney Budd B. Boose ard was accepted by Judge Norman T. Boose. The oath of office wn administered by Deputy Prothono- tary P. P. Wilson. Attorney -Lucentc was born and reared in Mcyersdale, is a graduate of the Meycrsdale High School, Pennsylvania State College and the University of Pittsburgh Law School, where he finished with high honors in 1938, and successfully passed the Pennsylvania Bar examination last .summer. For the present Attorney Lucenle will continue practice in the office of Attorney Boose-'in Somerset. Mrs. Mary Padficld, wife of Edward PadOeld, died at her home in Grant street Thursday following a long illness following an operation. She suffered a heart attack late Thursday" afternoon which caused- her death. Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter, Miss Virginia and one-son, .Edward, both at. home. She -vras » member-of the Main Street Brethren Church. Rev. Father John J. Brady, former pastor of S!i. Philip" and James Church,- but now of ·Cresson; visited friends here Wednesday.'' · ~ Mrs. W. E. Boyland of Connellsville is a guest ot Mrs.:Stclla;Cook._ -Mrs. John-Robertson" was a,visitor to Windbcr on Thursday.- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walters of Pittsburgh arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fike. Mrs. Margaret Grabcnstcin of Cumberland was called here Friday by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. John Stacer. Mrs. Penn Diveley of Berlin visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, this week. Perryopolis Bank Reelects Officers Officers and directors of the First National Bank of Pcn-yopolis were reclectcd Saturday at the annual reorganization meeting. George G. Cochran was reelectcd president, Jacob H. Sherrard vice- president, Howard Adams first vice- president and cashier, J. Boyd Knox assistant cashier and teller and Randolph W. Echard assistant teller and bookkeeper. The directors reclectcd arc George G. Cochran, Jacob H. Sherrard, O. P. Pore, Joseph A. Kalrnan and Howard Adams. JOHN CONETSCO ! John Conctico, about 71 years old, died at 1 o'clock Satin-day afternoon at his home at Lcisum-mg No. 3 after an illness of two months. Born in Poland, Mr. Conetsco came to America about 49 years ago. He hud resided nl Loisenring No. 3 for 48 years and had been an em- ploye ot the H. C. Frick Coke Company. He was a member ot St. Michael Lodge of Connellsville and a member of Holy Trinity Chutch. lie is survived by his wife, Frances, and the following children: MI-.H. Stanley Jaworsky of Orient, Frank Conetsco of Continental No. 2, Stanley Conetsco ot Chicago and Mrs. Paul ' Rupert, Mrs. Martin Lampart, Mrs. Stephen Misconin, George nnd Maxic Conetsco, all of Lciscnring No. 3. He also leaves n brother, Andy Conetsco of Connellsville and four bisters: Mrs. Jacob Kristobck of Connellsville, Mr.s. Anthony Srcdzinsky of Leisemmg No. 3, Mrs. Joseph Peaky of Smock and Mrs. Louis Dubcck of Philadelphia. There arc 20 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning with, a piaycr at the home at 8:30 o'clock followed by 'a service at the Holy Trinity Church at 9 o'clock with the pastor, Rev. W. Wisnicwski, as celebrant. Burial will be made in the church cemetery. ' MRS. W. H. HOLZSHU MEYKRSDAUE, Jan. 10.--Mrs. Gertrude Osboinc Wilmolh Holzshu, 7. r ), wife of Councilman W. H. Holz- sliu, died Friday afternoon at her home on Broadway street. A native of Ml. Savage, Md., she moved here many years ago. .Her fli-st husband, Barney Wilmoth, died about no year* ago. Her-sccond husband, W. II. Holzs.hu, is a merchant and a member of borough council. Besides her second husband, sue leaves t\vo stepchildren, James Holzshu of Pittsburgh and 'Ruth Holzshu of Mcyersdale, and one brother, Horace Osbornc of Mt. Savage, Md. The funeral service was held Sunday afternoon with Rev. B. A. Black, pastor of Amity Evangelical and Reformed Church, officiating. Interment was made in Reformed Church Cemetery. Adult Education Program Urged in New York State By United Prcis. NEW YORK, Jan. 16.--A $5,000,000 five year plan for adult education in New .York State was recommended today by the regents inquiry into the character and coat ol public chaigcd that adult education in the state is "inefficient and disorganized" and that many adults are victims ol racketeering in efforts to increase their knowledge to fit present day needs. education. The report T. J. DISIUN'S I'UNKRAL SCOTTDALE, Jan. 10.--Requiem high mass will be celebrated at 0 o'clock Wednesday morning at St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church for Thomas J. Dibkin, widely- known realtor, who died curly Saturday morning in Westmoreland Hospital at Grccn.sburg of injuiics ic- cuivcd in an automobile accident near Youngwood. The funeral cortege ·..-ill meet at the home ift 8:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in St. John's Cemetery. B. 0. to Improve Grade Crossings HARRISBURG, Jan. 1C.--The Baltimore Ohio Railroad has until February 15 to "modernize" its traffic signals at the Galiatin avenue, Main street and East Fayette street grade crossings in Uniontown. The Public Utility Commission granted the railroad the extension from December 31 to make the changes in the signals after the carrier told the PUC that materials necessary for making repairs and changes have been on order but un- Lewis Foreign War Vets Meet Tonight Joseph W. Lewis, Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in the Union Baptist Church. Commander John Hobson desiics a good attendance. Boxing Commissioner's Mother Dies in Flames PITTSBURGH, Jan. 16.--The 86* year-old mother'of Dr. .William,D. · McClelland, Pennsylvania . ' boxing ' commissioner, was burned. to death ".: today when flrc virtually wrecked " her home in the Herron Hill district. Dr. McClelland, who lives in the - South Hills district, , was present when firemen carried the body of ' Mrs. Mary McClelland ·. from the -," building aftor" the' flre had been ex"' tinguished. The boxing commissioner said he had visited his mother Sunday aftcr- . noon and asked her to come live with ' him, but that she'refused. Dr. McClelland agreed with the theory of firemen and homicide dc- tectives that Mrs. McClelland, who . suffered from a heart ailment, apparently had collapsed in the bath. 'room ol the home, where she lived alone since the death of her .husband, ,; William T. McClelland, last March 6, . nnd fell across a burning gas stove, .·_ which Ignited her clothing. 'Y" GROUPS WILL ORGANIZE COUNCIL An inter-club council is- being formed by Y. M. C. A. groups to "govern all club activities at the "Y." Each of the 10 clubs has named two representatives to meet at 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon to_elect officers. The purpose ot thc_councll. is to discuss'and plan programs"and take up any problems that might arise. IncludedJn its duties Is'the arrangement for all sports tournaments, such as basketball, volleyball, ping pang, pool and swimming. The governing body will meet every other Thursday at the Y. M. C. A. Prosecutor Blames Parolees. PITTSBURGH, Jan. 16.--Leniency with which judges treat paroled prisoners is one of the features of the "lax parole system" responsible for criminals unning wild In Allegheny county, District Attorney Andrew T Park said before-the court In" demanding a "stiff" sentence for a paroled prisoner convicted of attempted holdup. Begin Second Week '., Of Revival Services Sunday night marked the' beginning of: the second week of the evangelistic services in progress at the East End United Brethren Church. Several selections were sung by a male quartet from Connelisvillc. Rev. William Ritchey, pabtor, will preach on "The Lamb of God" tonight. The chorus will sing a special number. New Masontown Pastor. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 16.--Rev. Dcl- bert Flora, accompanied by his wife . ani three children, ar.lvcd at Masontown to take up duties as pastor of the Brethren Church, succeeding Rev. Floyd Sibert who has gone to Pittsburgh. The Floras came here from Muncie, Ind. NEW CONGRESS GIVES ROOSEVELT MANY HEADACHES Continued from Pace One. a showdown with the President on spending methods. The special Senile unemployment committee headed by Senator James F. Byrnes, D., S. C., ubmittcd week-end rccommenda- ions which would change the New Deal relief organization from the round up. Some of its recommendations for changes in the social security set up vere designed to head off the bigger and better pensions movement which obtained tremendous impetus in the '938 election when Republican and Democratic candidates in many states accepted Townsond plan or similar support, designed MRS. FRANK VONDRAK PITTSBURGH, Jan. 10.--Mrs. Anna Vondrak, 84 years old, wife of Frank Vondrak. died Friday at her home at J256 Spring Garden avenue, North Side. Born in Bohemia, Mrs. Vondrak came to America as a child with her parents. She lived 21 years at Mount Pleasant before coming to Pittsburgh. She operated a grocery in the North Side for 38 years. Known for her contributions to charity, Mrs. Vondrak was a member of Ccry Svobada and Martha Washington lodges. She is survived by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Anna Humcl, Mrs. Emma Kypla and Mrs. Clara Walter; two sons by a previous marriage. Frank and William Svoboda, and 11 grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Schellhaa? Son Funeral Home. Rev. J. Mueller of the Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church will officiate. Interment will be in the United Cemetery at West View. SlltS. KMZABKTII J. HARRIS Mrs. Elizabeth J. Harris, who with h:r twin sister, Mrs. Matilda Maust of Unionlown, celebrated her 90th birthday on January 4, died Sunday morning at the family home at Bal- singcr, German township. She is survived by her twin sister, seven children, including Samuel A. Harris of Bcthclboro, a brother and a half-brother. received. The new signals will provide greater protection at the crossings in that "the lighting will be more vivid and more arresting" JUDGE SOFFEL URGES REVISION OF SOCIAL LAWS OCTOGENARIAN GRIEF-STRICKEN AS TRIPLETS DIE Democrats to Keep / First Position on Ballot Next fall HARRISBURG, Jan. 10.--In this year's September primaries in Pennsylvania, Democrats will hold top position on ballots listing only the two major parties, and they will continue in that place so long as there is a Democratic President. Because of a State law providing that the top ballot position goes to the President's party, Republicans will be listed second, despite decisive ~-. O. P. victories in the November 8 election. Failure of the Royal Oak party in November to poll the required two per cent of the total vote cast for. the candidate who, though victorious, received fewest votes on his ticket, relegates it to the non-nominating status of the Prohibition, Socialist and Communist parties. Internal Affairs Secretary-elect William S. Livengood pooled 1,908,729 votes--fewest on the Republican ticket--and, while the Royal Oaks needed at least 3D.794 votes to retain their ballot listing, they cast a maximum of only 10,748 for Charles Alvin Jones, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate. The Socialist party, ruled oft the ballot in 193B, failed by 19,000 votes to regain its position. The Prohibition party, which failed to qualify for position on the 1934 primary ballot, also fell far short of requirements. These and all other minor parties will have to file nomination petitions after the September primaries to obtain pre-emption positions on the November bollots. But part of the program Is to supplant the purely Roosevelt relief plan with a congressional program. Mr. Roosevelt's failure to submit a the Senate the rcnomination of Donald Wakefield Smith to be a member of the National Labor Relations Board indicates the extent of congressional dissatisfaction w i t h that agency. The conservatives and others who believe the National Labor Relations Act basically unsound because of alleged favoritism to workers at the expense of employers have, in the case of Smith, the support of senators whose sympathies He with the American Federation of Labor. The AFL. charges Smith with favoritism for the Congress o£ Industrial Organizations, of which John L. Lewis is chairman. Smith's term expired during the congressional recess but Mr. Roosevelt continued him In office. Now, after two weeks, he still has avoided the battle which would ensue if he submitted the name to the Senate for confirmation. MRS. HARRIET S. TRUMP. Mrs. Harriet S. Trump, 78 years old, former resident ot South Con- nelisvillc, died suddenly Saturday morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. C. W. Craig, Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Trump, whose home is in Nllcs, Ohio, was visiting her daughter over the Christmas holidays when she became ill. Surviving, in addition to Mrs. Craig, are two other children, Perry Trump of Pittsburgh and James W. Trump of Nilcs, Ohio. Mrs. Trump was the widow of Lewis Trump, who died eight years ago. Since moving from South Connellsville 15 years ago, she had been residing at Nilcs. A brother, James .McElhcny of South Connellsville, also survives. The body will arrive in Connellsville at 10:01 o'clock tonight and be taken to the Charles C. Mitchell funeral chapel where it will lie in state until the time ot funeral there at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Karl H. J. Schoenborn, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Chestnut Hill Cemetery. Continued from Pago One. children die every year from the Siimc cause. With proper care she said syphilis could be prevented in 10 out of 11 cases. As to juvenile delinquency, Judge SofTcl declared it to be coincidental with slum conditions in the population centers. The horror of It is, the said, that after a delinquent has been imprisoned and discharged he or she must return to the conditions which provoked the initial infraction of the law; they have no other places to go. Speaking from experience on the bench Judge SofTcl expressed amazement at the number of disillusioned young couples who come into the domestic relations courts, with complaints involving desertion and nonsupport. They have no conception of the duties and re.sponsibilities of married life. Probably marriage was just a gay adventure. As a rule, she said, the wife had not been given the least of training in the home for the responsibilities of her own household; knew nothing about home management, care of children, in fact anything that goes to make for happy By United Press. LEONARDTOWN, Md., Jan. 1C.-- John Benjamin Burroughs, 80-year- old father of triplets born to his 33- year-old wife, was grief stricken today by failure of efforts to save the 32 Bootleg Miners Die in Accidents babies' lives. St. Mary's Hospital officials an- nounccd that the third baby had died despite an attempt to keep all of them alive In an incubator. The babies were born prematurely Tuesday night. The first child, a boy, was delivered with the assistance of only a midwife. A county physician arrived in time to deliver the other two--both girls. Burroughs has 14 other children. Five of them were born by his present wife--his third--to whom he was married when she was 15. There were eight children by his first marriage and one by his .second. conditions. It was here she brought in the Wcll-Known Farmer Dead. · Roy Bierer, 38 years old, son of Daniel-Biercr, widely known farmer, died Wednesday at his home at Bobtown after an illness of heart trouble. His mother, Mrs. Sally Bierer, preceded him In death.- Latrobc Teacher Dies. Miss Mary A. Brown, teacher in the Latrobc grade schools, whose experience in school work covered more than 30 years, died Saturday at her horn at Deny after n heart attack. Oppose Parking Meters. Merchants and businessmen of La- trobc, numbering 197, presented a petition to borough council there, voicing protest against parking meters which reportedly arc to be given consideration. Today, Tomorrow and Wednesday MRS. JOHN SUCKAKENIK MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 16.-Mrs. Catherine Suckakcnik, 31 years old, wife ot John Suckakcnik of Acme, died at noon Sunday at the Vincencian Sisters Home at Pcrrys- ville after a lingering illness. Besides her husband, she leaves two children, Dorothy and Marie, at home; her father, Joseph Hovancc of Morcwood; six sisters and two brothers; Sister Mary Romauld ot Vincen- cian Order of Perrysvillc, now stationed in Akron, Ohio; Mrs. Elizabeth Kaczmarclc, Mrs. Margaret Forys, Pauline, Helen, Frank and Thomas, all of Mount Pleasant. ,The funeral mass will be held at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning at the Visitation Church with Rev. V. Janda, pastor, omciating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. crying need for training of children from the time of birth of the responsibilities of marriage and their own homes. That training she held fundamental. While deploring the tendency to have the child tied to its mother's apron strings she unreservedly condemned allowing to do as it pleases, without parental restraint. Such children, she said, are headed into difficulties. The security of democracy, said the jurist, rests not alone upon respect for law but in the stability of the home. Following her address Judge Soffol answered numerous questions propounded by members of the bench and the bar. Judge W. Russell Carr presided, In the absence of President Joseph V. Ray, who was ill. Rev. Francis J. Kolb of Masontown invoked a blessing on the occasion, embracing in his prayer the keynote idea of the speaker. In his introductory remarks Judge Carr called attention of the oft- expressed desire of the late Attorney E. C. Higbee that the gatherings of the bar be more frequent and dedicated this one to the memory of Mr. Higbce. Flood Even Hit Engineer. WASHINGTON, Jan. 16.--Lieutenant Colonel W. E. R. Covcll, district Army engineer in Pittsburgh, suffered a personal property loss of SI,025 in the 1936 flood. Congress was told by Representative Herman C. Ebcrhartcr, Democrat, of Pennsylvania, who drafted a bill to authorize payment. The Army officer, transferred from Panama, arrived in Pittsburgh to find household goods and personal effects he had shipped ahead ruined by the March flood. SHAMOK1N, Jan. 16.--Thirty- two bootleg coal miners lost their lives in Pennsylvania's anthracite region during 1938, according to a survey by the Shamokin News-Dispatch. Twenty-three of the deaths resulted from accidents in Schuylkill county coal holes, eight in Northumberland county and 1 one in Columbia county. The total was 20 fewer than, the 1037 toll which averaged one death a week, the newspaper reported. Twelve of the victims were" more than 40, the oldest 50; 10 were in their 20s, two were 19, and the youngest were two 17-year-old youths. The average age of the victims was 33. Crown Mutual Election. SOMERSET, Jan. 1,6,--W. L. Mills of Rockwood was elected a new director of the Crown Mutual Fire Insurance Company, succeeding the late W. H. Fritz. Frank L. Grog is president, J. S. Picking, Jr., vice- president and C. C. Wagner secretary. Other directors arc W. L. Mills, Dr. I. C. Miller, George A. Darr, F. H. Meyers, P. P. Mognct, Don C. Spccht, C. C. Wagner and Dr. P. C. Dosch. Marriage Announced. William Burkctt of Hyndman announces the marriage of his daughter, Miss Helen Burkctt, to Carl W. ---- Bittncr, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. . Bittner of GJcncoe, Saturday, December 31, at parsonage of the Evangelical Church at Ellcrslie, Md. Rev. Sprinkler officiated. The bridegroom was graduated from the Mcyersdale High School and is a truck driver for the Bedford Cleaning Company. New York Model Weds. NEW YORK, Jan. 16.--Miss Virginia Judd, considered one of America's most beautiful models, was married to William B. Anstcad, Jr., wealthy Indianapolis businessman. They left for a West Coast honeymoon. - ' " · MOANIH' MOUNTAIN MUSIC AND MAD MOUNTAINEERS IN A MERRY SHOTGUN JAMBOREE! J'LUS SECOND FULL LENGTH PEATUKE Wayward Youth ... Defying Law and Convention! For Feature Time Call 599 Wayne Morris, Priscilla Lane "BROTHER RAT ENDS TODAY STARTS TOMORROW Say* Japan Prepared. TOKIO, Jan. 16.--The Tokio newspaper Nichi Nichi printed what it said was an interview with Foreign Minister 'Hachiro Arita, indicating Japan was ready to take strong measures against the United States and Great Britain in retaliation lor any economic pressure upon her, but the foreign office promptly denied such an interview had been given. The Morning After-Taking Carters Little Liver Pills CHARLES WINNINGER · ALLEN JENKINS BONITA GRANVILLE-MELVILLE COOPER A H'ARNER BROS. PICTURE · Dlncod h7 RAT eNRlGKT * THE ·sp NEW THEATRE © TODAY c TOMORROW THEY SAID IT WITH VEGETABLES.., I N S T E A D OF WITH, FLOWERS'.) Oihtlnil ICIOTI p!. r b, Id»i f l ItlSCli «ad Moillmt! OFFNlit Dlrocttd bjrEtl* KENTOK « Aiiod.'.t Prcduc«r. M«* H. GOLDEN Comedy © Current News ® Shorts

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