The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 17, 1930 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 17, 1930
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PA(J10 "WO. THE DAILY COUBIKR, COW ELL.SV1LLE, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 13 SO. ST. .1011 s ...,.; u:\ui K MI i rs v i rn MRS. atnm 'I'lm T C K u U i r m e l t i n g ol !ht IohnV I . u t l x i l ^ i ::»'» of I \\c- O i l m a n l.u- t h i " i - r U u r h w t s hold S n n d a ) at'U r- noop IP t i e tioum ol Mrs Ralph Grimm of Vrotrer with an attendance of tVionty-i wo member*. and four sm-sts A riUnty hitu-h wai *-pr\od try M i - - ( i i i m i ' i axid IIM- uid« l -, Mr«t K i c h a i d KcoK, Mrs Robert Tibhnuin .mil Mrs Dt«rharn,beau Boautitul doilHM m«i P by Mrs. G r i m m , (ho ho'-t^ss, \»cro nold by_ th« society. An orchestra A l l l bo organised at tb** ri-oxt m e e t i n g to bo bold Sunday, March 2, in th* Sunday school. .TKwrsH Kur,r«rors SCHOOL TO 1101,0 ixsTi'iTTi: MKETIVG Ait i n s t i t u t e rtit'otnif, of tli South- w M t o r n ristflct of Pennsylvania's Jewish Reliirlntis School will be heMd Sunday af enioon, February 33, at 2 TO a'c lot In the Klks Homo, East Crawford avMW. D.ivnd G f H, a w e l t known Plttt-- hurr i t f r t r ir-y, w i l l bo thf prlnrlpal ippakri in (I Mi t. L H Elporn will have r h a r e p of I h r music. Firs, I W. E. Meeting. Tin- N. C. 11 Ctas;, w i l l meet Tncb- diiv n i ^ h t at 7 SO o'clock in the home of Mr*. 1) 1. Graham, South Pittsburg stveoL. T h j committee is composocl ot Mrs- 11. O Thomas, Mrs. M. R. Vanoo, Mi»s Ni;tti; Cottoin a n d Miss Eliza- lic'h Wilh. ms, Rev. Dr. T. G. Hlffca, superintendent oi t h o Mcr- oesfrort district, will bpeak at tho \\tvltiPhilitv nlfcht prayt-r serv- i c e Thorf will bo sprcial mus-ic. Thr ( h o l r will i;m a imisU:a!o n c ^ t S u n d a y in 'lit- An e x c e p t i o n a l l y line vuli be rendered tf mda morning, Dr. Honry Chnl- i a r i t , oditcr »f the American I«?MIO w i l l spoak and w i l l answor anostions i oni enime Iv? ouCorccnU'iUs. Ho tho Anti-Saloon ;m anixnl II. K. Events. Tho Forward Gluts will muet Tuesday n l K h l tii the home oi Mrs. Ray l O l k n b e r t j c r . Morroll avenue, G i t p n - \vootl Th»« cnnwiiiUc'c consists of Mrs. j:iientKTgn- Mrs J. 1. Cypher, Mix. M m l u BoyO, Mrs. Guy Oolborn and Mr*, W. B UuBolt All members are i e r i u u s t o t t to attend and bring v s i t h t h e m a p ' d u t e ot themselves whoii t h e y tteu babim Rev Dr Thomas f?. Hicks, super- i n t e n d e n t ot th. McKeesport district, v s i H proa* i »t Uie service noxt Sunday morning Laurel Hill V. C. T. U. The Sodiora and Sailors dcpavt- moat was, in chargo of the February mectins o tho Laurel Hill W. C. T U. held at thu hofno ot Mrs. rilroy SrnlUi. l-'ollowtiiK tho program the remainder of t h e t!nin wns spent at finilting. The March nur-'inx w i l l be held 1n the lioinc ut W*t 6. U Johnson, Laurel H i l l . tin-Triage Announced. Samuel tiol-a»lclu of L'nlontowti an- n o t u u t ' s t H marriage ot hib daughter, Klt,ip, of New York, and Henry V. ( J o u K t o n , a member ut tie Now York bar. The eerotnony took place Di:- t-embr 2( . In the Fortuguebe Temple, Philadelphia. MrH. Goulslon was formerly satiety ·sdllor of tho Morning Herald, Unlooiown. Ffrsf Pw*hyt*rlan Krenfs. Tho Vliatsoever Ci"do of the Kmi^'.s D , u g h t « i « will r««ot Saturday afternoon at 2.1VO o'clock in the ludleB' pat lor Kefrewhruoiits will IKJ servel. Tho committee Is compound ot Mrs. A. B N o i t o r , Jr., Mrs. C. W. McCk-llan and Mrs L. Dale Johnton. The r o c u J n r monthly meeting ot the T. J. Hoopur Bible Clas-ti will bo held t o n i g h t In Uio class room. The time is S o'lloik. AJ1 members arc urged to iiHond as final arrangements will ue made lor tho bakel ham SuHfran-Kuth. Mrs. Aimlo Sullivan of Greenfclmrg announce* tli« tuai ridge of her daus lai. Julia to John Kuth of Kaet PIttB- burg, wh ch took place Doccinbcr 2B, 1929, in St, Coleroan's Catholic Chu oh, 'I'urtl* Creek, . nalor Culture C'lnb. On Account of tho final rehearsal for "Why Not," to bo presented by the Mo£url Club, the Junior Culture Club w i l l nicest Tuesday n i g h t at 7 o'clock in the VVomwn's Culture rooms Inuteud ot at 7 ' o i l o'clock. A good atteudanco is d-osirod. TlospItuJ Auxiliary. Tho m nllil^ mooting of tho Women's Auxiliary to tho ConnellsviHe State Hospital will be hold Tuesday affVrntwt tit 2.^0 o'clock in tho Worn- an'; Cu turo Club rooin.s at the Cwrti-oglo l^roo Library. Mrs. Meyer Aaron, i rtssldhnt, will have charge. MomibiTb are requested to attend. Khortu Ooiin W. C. T. U. Tho lihoita Dunn W. C T. U. w i l l iHfol ' o n i j h t ut tho homo ot Mrs J. K. Aiucle, CiummlngH avenuo, Hill- or-.t I' .uif \ » i l l be completed for a ~ m i o i a i d » 4001! attendance is do- :· % i M' nilo y are aakod to moot at ·'it, V.'c i J'^uii terminal in time to e i \ o on th« i Y M itrt;^ c car. ( . I l i l / S 1 C l U t 1,1 WILL 'OMITT M. 1", M 1 S S I O N A H Y MEETING TIu' i egular ii iM'tinR ot t h e Woman's Missionary Soci -ty ot the First Metli- xl 1st Protestan C h u r c h will be held Thursday night at 7.30 o'clock in the church Thr C ul*.' Circle, compelled of 82 momlvcrs, v i l l havc= charpreof the devotloimls «in m i t f l i o n a r y program and w i l l also w ho^tpsw A rni- p l a ) e t "Tho Tin op Boxes," be irV*,nilART B I l i L K CLASS BA.NQl'ET KlilHtUAin 27 Tho a n n u a l h t n q u o t ot tlve Kvcrliart Bible Class of hp Kirst United Pret- liytenan SuiuUi f School will bo Iwld 'i'hursday n i d l i ' , February 27, in the social room of tho church. utherun Events, hie CliibS and Hiother- ill the homo of avenue. Circle ·will night in tlie hooic of mg, R.tco street. Biblo Uliwe will hold ting, in the form or a icheon, Thursday night in the social room of Trinity 1 The Mon'e B liood will moot .1 H. liowmati. Tho King 1 '; I meet Tno«dfty Mrs. A W Yo The UullcV its l e g u l u r me- covered-dish In af 6:30 o'clock the church MIN. Mm. Ifarry Unr w i l l entertain the J. W. N Club "Vedneaday nit;ht at her home. .lolly Friends fUiih. The Jolly Fi endt, NcodlBWork Club w i l l h^ en tort inxl Wwlnes-day nljrhL by Mrs Cljdc Low pry at her home, 1011 Chestnut ,trcH. 0. 0. Clnh. Mws Lillian 'olo will ontcrtaian the Ci. d. Club TIK t!ay night et hei home in Third street South Connollfivlllo. So( iul Meotinfr. Mrs. Willian H. Myers svill be hostess at a social rie-etjng of t!if Criterion Literary Club Tueday night at her home in Sytan ore Htreet. J). o IT. V. Meets. The DdtiKh* rs ot Union Veteranb w i l l moot We Icebday uiijht in the American Le^ mi rootiis, North Fitts- burg .streeu Jleel ug I'ostpoiifd. The regular meeting of the Onward Class ot the 'irst Msthodnt Protch- taut Church .as been postponed to Tuesday nu,ht February 23 A COL.1 As soon as you realize you've taken cold -- tafe a some tablets of Bayer Aspirin. Almojst before you ' head can stuff-up, you feel your cold is conquered. Those aches and pain's you felt coming on will soon si ibside. Relief is almost instantaneous! Even if yotr cold has gained headway, and your lempl*3S throb at d your very bones ache, these tablets will bring prompi relief. It is better, of course, to take Bayer Aspirin at tl ie very st sneeze or cough -- it will head-off the co d and spare you much discomfort. Get the genuin , with proven directions for colds and headaches; neuralgia, neuritis, sore throat, and many important usei. IB A S P I R I N Atpiria U th« trada mark ot B»ysr Manufacture of Monomtleaeld »tor ol 8 Uoylicackl \V itli tiN. Larg^nt. Mr.s. M A UarKent will ·entertain the A. K. SV Club Tuesday nigh* at her homo iti 1 ost Crawford avenuo. ClirisH, n (.ollurc Class. ' I h e f h r i a t i i J i O n l t i i i o ('Kiss will meet Frida\ n ght in the home of Mrs. U. M Choi pel u i n g , ol Jlacc Btroot. tcnt'ord Hostess. iMis. S T B nford will entertain the Silver Thimbl · Cluh at a 1 o'clock luncheon Wet orday uttornoon il her home in I A t. « In avMiuc. Friends!) ip Temple Piu-t). Tlio regulat me*tltig of Krioudhhip Temple of th 1'ythia.n Sinters * 1U be helfl tonight ;i 7:30 o'clock in PyUiian Hall. LuncCi will be served. There will bo a V;i online party for members. All ni mberw are afcked to be there. Mart) a Norton Class. The Marthi Norton Class or" tho Christian Sui day School will meet Thursday aftt rnoon at th» church. Otiiela Tho ofliclal board ot the Chrmtiau Church will i leet this evening at the ciinrch. Sunn tit Class Elect*. The Qolde" Chain Clasn ot the Surntnit Met! jdist Protestant ChuTah held Its rnont ily meeting at the home ot Misses Ne le ami Grace Clark on Thursday ev ning. The class elected the following ofliceru: President, Lucille Fiki , vico-presJdont, Grace Mclai.hliri ; treasurer, Miss Grace Clark; secretary, Muss Eleanor Hea; absisla it secretary, Mis« l-hrelyn Worth Uigton After the business session there w is a social hour. Lunch was served bv the hostess Marriage IJunns Published. Banna w re published Sunday morniri?: pt tie Immaculate Conception Church iy the pastor, B«v Henry Oeibel, ft r tho marriage of Miss Gertrude Be icher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bai tis Bencher of Freeman lane, and SI 'phen Souonage, hou of Mr. and Mr- Michael Sohouauo of Star Juiu'tioi. The marriage wiU take place ea 'ly in M a r c h . Mr. Sohon- agc is eraplo ed by the Capstan UJasa Company at South Conncllsville Fancywork Club. Thd \'uide! bill Fancywork Club will hold an all- lay meeting Wednesday at the home of Airs. Ewing ilcex of' Sumrnil. I Over 200 in Cast Of Tuneful Musical Comedy,"WhyNot?" glv-efl promise of being one ot U o bp-H * i nterf.ilnmnl'S in yearn here ife tlifr rmwlca) comedy, "\VTiy Not?" which will be prwnted at the nigh S'-htKil Auditorium Wodncu-dny and Thursday nights of this week under U e auspices of tho Mkuai t Club. Two hundred fifteen person^ will tako part ii tho pi eduction. Th-y hnvc liocn re- linirsing iheir parU, daily for almost two wpoky. under the direction of 10. E. Koeti'nbador o" tho International Productions, the author of tho play And m u s i t u i oom?dy it te, not opera. There are twelve dancing proups. beautifully rostunied There arc numerous groupu of specialty number? in singing and danynp and other nmsica! nuraSere, solo and chorus. 1 .unulng through the w h o l e is the play itself, a comody In three acts with a !t of comedy, plot and mystery. A full rehearsal will ho hold tonight at tho Kike Home, beginning at 7 ;;0 o'clock, and tho drrss rehearsal TUVS- cay evoning at the Hij:h School Ix'gin- niiiK at tho tamo hou? Chai-eett'i-is appearing in Lho play inc !ude: Gonc\"lc\c, '-ophit.tfe.ityd chorus girl, Alibs Claire Lucius Hiram Witherspoon, if fiUo-maTi irom tie ftickfi, Herbert F. nugKaii Kyait, tlic lom ,sai! ( i n k ItcHrr, - Af. , Tvho flinilo!) -tiniloM (horn in a n d smiles them o u t , Mr«. Lolard H. \VTiipkcy. Txl, a high pri««uro automobilo Faleisnian, C. Ilt-rbcit Kllis Ceuolia Strand, flan ceo of Ellwood (Sraytjon, Mi.s« Susau Hickb. Struth«re Gordon, extremely smooth, Ii. I,. Rutherford. Elhvood Graybon, young buelneBS loan, Ljcroy Hoover. Mrs. Foeter DoPenle, an important (ociety matron, Mns. John J. Enos. Foster D«P«nto, her unimportant hneband, W. S. Stimiriel Jones, who waits and waits arid ·vaite, Harry Soxman Flower glrK Mi^a Jean Hoover and Mis 1 * Sara Goodwin. Ebony; dark colored servant, Mrs. George Barker. Eb, Btill darker colored ecvrvant, Jimmy Cypher. Jay SnodpratiiS, resident of Landon'8 Oorneiti, Jesse Barnca. Mrs. Cynthia Snod?rjibe, Jay's tal- ·Mited wife, Mr*. John F. Dubaon. Mary Richards, Ted'a ex-wife, Miss Helen Grey. Howard Strong, Mary's attorney, [drib Butler. Dobutanlea, Irene 1/uciUb and Kegina Gmsburg. Tickets may be procuied at Poter U. Welmer's inueic store in Eofcl Oraw~ ford avenuo. PONTIFICAL MASS . TUESDAY MOP NING FORARSABBOT UHRIOVSBURG, Fp-b. 1*1.-- tt-e*tin,g in a lurnplt blaick casket (he body of R.t. n«vv. AmvllHSt Stehlr O. S. B. of St. Vincent College, vas bom in soloinn jroep"sion Ibis T ornlng from tho parlur o) th i moni .lory to the Archubb»y Church whcr it will remain until a f t e r Lho fur ral services are over Uirnorrow. Bc'glnnlm; tilts -wninc; and rontinu- injc until lotnorrov, mo uiag fourth dof,rp( uminbcrs ol Con t.1l 940, bu- u o b o KaigtiU. of Columt us, lull uii!- lormed v i ! l ' U n l ?uart They will bo joinei' durint; lu fv«M tug by members of ibe Hoiv Nixm» f wiety, mcrn- beis of the Knigl t of St Gc nge, and d c'omrniucis iront the \i trobc Chamber of CornrnnTce At 3 o'clock I h l a aftci loon vespers \\as recitwl in tKo choii chapel. At 5 o'clock soUnun v spera for the dead will be chanted in I ie Ari-habbcy Church, with Very Rev. ^elix Follnor ai tinp: a s na tor of cere ion1o^. Very Rov lUmbcu Sir;; an IV-v. Regis McCoy will bo tt'O chuti t-ra. At 7:,iO o c l o r k t o n t j lit tho Holy iNamo Soeiei ol S'. Vii uonL'b parish w i l l K " t h o r i n l i e A r c h bbey Church to r e i t e hi -uymfii and n u m f w r s of othti caur 1 faocioiloi, a i ti, join la recltl g the Tin* -ul -inu {'onfihca will bo tald K mdrro* ! o'clocV i i ic.o Archabl y Church by lit. KMT HiiRli I' Boylr, blblioy oi: the I ' U t a b u i R iico-e, lit. Rov. Josc'Dh K r h r c m l K , blbho ) of t ue ClevtUnd liocT-ie, v s l l l clcHvi r t i n luiicral ,sci - rnon. A t t - r Utr .serrk h, interment v. I l l bo made in *ho Arc tabboy Ceme- Ury. Wltat's become of all the * homely women? Women simply aren't homely any more. You meet plain women, yes . . . but their smart, trim air is the envy of many who are only beautiful. In the old days, when a girl gave promise of becoming "hopelessly plain," she was frankly informed of the fact to save her from hurt pride in later years. She remained frumpy and tried to convince berself that she didn't care! Not today! f Advertising has played a remarkable part in making every woman attractive. It has taught her to use the beauty and charm that are he;r heritage, regardless of the shape , of her features. Her teeih, her hair, her hands, her complexion, her clothes, and even her erect, athletic figure ha^e been "brought out" by methods constantly before her in advertising. The great beauty and style specialists of the country have been her consultants, as they are yours' if you are taking fullest advantage of the opportunities befort: you every day, in the advertising columns of this newspaper. Read the advertisements. They hold secrets of beauty and stylo that were denied the women of yesterday. high morning ut A N E V I L O F M O D E R N T I M E S Modern living conditions, with irregular hours, improper diet, lack of eaercSse, are directly the cause of so much present day Constipation. A system, clogged with poisonous wastes invites disease. Kctp yours clean and healthy with Epsotaba, the safe laxative. They are gentle in action and · pleasant to take--no / griping or weakening. \ Tnke twoEpnotabnat \ night for con»tip«- \ \ tion r e l i e f in the \ 1 morning. In 2Sc and SOo packages. Write for free sample. 1 , THE DILL COMPANY v » r / Norristown, Pa. V\ matron I zv t ice who advertise. CHECKS BAD COUGHS PROMPT!* TF a hacking con, ·*· you, it ia ««»rii and maVin^ you a cit»e*, stop it with Act now and you to the day you fir i proved remedy PC rotiaf to t^toM «uf, Your druugiu bat h it ifetrinif the bcrt of If down your rniitanca trry tu more iierioua dl*- ^*v«r»'» Cough Balsam. will ilwayu give tiuuiki used thin re liable, ttei»- JO years It hai brought flnu with bad cough«. it. 2i (uid SO 5«iW. A CLEAR COMPLEXION Buddy hooks -- .'.parltlltiR- ryes-moat women can have. Lr. F. M. Kd- wnrds for 20 years tieatocl scores at women for Hvor and bowel ailment*. D u r i n g these years ho grave hlo patients a s,ubatitulo for calomel m£ulo otf a. few w e l l - k n u w n vegetable ingre- dlcntB, naming- t h n m Dr. IBdwarJs Ollvo TaJjlota. Know them by tht,lr olUo color Tliei.a tablutts a^o wondor-worlcara on the liver and bowels, causing a. normal action, carrying off the waste and poisonous mattei In one's byatotn. If you have a pale fat-o, sallow look, dull eyes, plmpl a, coated tongue, headaches, a listless, no-jjuod all out of sorts, i n a c t i v e bowels, one of Ur. Edwai-Jh Ollvo Table tu n i g h t l y for a time and! note tho pleas- Ing results Thousands of women and men takti Dr. E d w a r d s Ollvo Tablets--now and then to krupp lit. l.'ic, 3Oo and OOc -Ad\ ertiieinent. BUSY WEEK-I:ND AT HC SPITAL There wtw on«i3ei ible activity over the Wfek-onl at Jic Connclls- viUe State Hospital wbJ ;h wan exactly opposite oJ the lull period laat week-end. Two babe i, both dai. ?hters, were born Saturday niglit. Charles Mlllei- of S ith ConneLlB- ville t h i a niurnlog uud' rwent an operation tor acuti- uppeu icitia. Mrs. (Jailton R Honour of South Con- nellsvlUo also uncierwi nf an 'tpora- lion lor apiieud'citia. -for daughter, Hetty, 20 montha old, i i a patient at the hoapl'al. She IB 1 with, pneumonia. Mrs. Sarah Rln,;lor, ivito of K. O. Ringlei of Hiefcory sti jet, ScoMdale-, was admitted for obsor a tion. Charios Shipley of C lestnut street is being Kivon treatmei t. Mrs, Mabel K-nnedy it Witter avenue albo was iidinittec for ibaerra- tion. Jluth Boland of Com cllsvillo K. P. D. No. 1 wag admitted for treatment. TVhltselt Babe Stew liuiotz, six ni' of Balto and Dora Burt died yesterday at noon home. There are two two BifcteiB. Tho J u n o r toroorraw morn np at Rev. S. T Siroko, paste Church 'at ytar Junct) Intormoal. will l»e uaadt cemistary. Dies. ntJis old, son s. of Wh.itse\t, t the .parental brothers and .1 will be held he home with · of St. John's n, officiating, in ,the clurrch DANIEL MILLER DIES AT PENNSVILLE HOME Daniel Miller, 67 years old, died at bis hom« at Pennsvllle Sunday at 2 o'clock, after a prolonged, illness. A brother, Grant Miller, died a year ago. Mr, Millor had been a lifelong real- dent of PennsrtJIc. Ho was a member of tho LfOyal Oi der of Moose of Scotfc- dale. . Surviving aa-e his wife, Mrs, Myrtle Miller, a ad six sous and one. daughter: Ralph, Bodger, Lyile and Dale at home, Mxs. R. S. Leasura of Scottdale. and Paul and, Walter at Pennsvllle; a brother, Marion Miller and two sisters, Mrs. J. H. Nicklow and Mi's. Maa Hanria o£ Pennsvlllo. The funeral service will bo held at the koine Wednesday at 2 o'clock, with Rev. IL H. Grove, pastor ot the Evau- gellcal Church here officiating. Burial will be in Penrmvllle Independent Cemetery, cr JT(i Ulrl In Mnrpliy Car. Instead oi' a glil, ,!. E. ftiurphy of Scottdalo, whose cm Rkiddetl off the icy road near Poplin Uiove Thursday night, had as a passenger Samuel Oann. TlK* girl ni^litioriKd lu the subsequent stoiy was in another ( a t which w e n t ol! tho toad ill HIP sarn, t)!ac» juM ,iluaii ol \lr M u p p t u ' s , i t ' tvt*M L erulo IB h quen after firttapplii itjon and ututilly pajnby5thho jr. AUdrugguto. ELM GROVE CHILD DUESAT HOSPITAL Catherine Vesnick, three years and eix nvotithu old, daughter o£ Samuel and Mary Marcia VesndcU: o£ Eltn Grove, died at 7:46 o'clock tliia morning at the Uniontown Hospital. The body was removed to tho parlors at Funeral director W. A. Mc- Nanamy where it was prepared for burial before being removed to the late home this afternoon. Arrangements have not been completed. Uoo out- "wajjt" CARD PARTY Ladies of Mt. Car ty of St. Bita'f SCHOOL H Tues.. Eveming "500," Blikgo, Door Pri Card ]iatnies \vi -Monday, IHan;Ji i) (lay, A p r i l 21. ad Sod ill i- I'll arch ALL ,Feb. 18 Lnnch, e. 1 be- hold and MOTI- MARCELLA M'NANAMY WILL^RAaiCE LAW ,Vor-d has been received liwe that ·Miss Mar s ella Rose McNauamy, 23 yours old, of Piltsburg, sister of Funeral Director William A. McNammiy ol' Weit Apple Ht.reel, has been ail- Tiiitti'd to praeuro law lu i ' e u i i h y l - vunia. Biie is a Brttduuto ot I J u q n e « i i p T n l V e i M i l y List June. She nlao in » t t r u d t u t o ol f r r s n l i i n Ai ssam save steps yon want a loaf of bread--a Ion of coal--or a nsw tube for your ri idio--telephone, it's easier. T E L E P H O N E Latest Evening Creation VITH SILHOUETTE OF WJ1T KOI RE, EHDERQ AHD FLTM, WIVE HEK. stork al Hospital. A i l u i l K h U M N^.IS Iml n S n l t i n l , i \ . vtl , riinj; HI 7 I ' D i liu K m !;n I ' o D n o l f f * { v i l l c BtaLft H o H j i l t u I ( o Mi m\d atr* t'.U'l llrwokj, »t N ( H tlHllvllitt. 1

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