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- PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILIiE, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1938. By LYNNE B. KINCELL County Federated Clubs Wi/l Hold Spring - Meeting Friday, March 25,' at Newell Meeting Friday afternoon at the White Swan Hotel, Uniontown, the executive ^ committee ot the Fayette County Federation of Women's Clubs planned lor the annual spring meeting to be held Friday, March 25, "at the. Y. _M. C. A. building at Newell. Among the speakers will be Cameron Beck, -personnel director of the New York Stock Exchange. His subject will-be "Leadership." Mrs. Eichard B. Perry, president of the bouth- western district ol the State Federation ot Pennsylvania Women, will give a travel talk, illustrated by motion pictures. A report o£ the poetry contest, announced last fall, will ,be given. A large number of contributions have been mailed to the chairman, Miss Eleanor Junk, librarian at the Brownsville Public Library. Only members of the clubs affiliated with the county .federation are eligible to participate. Judges will be Dr. I. C. Keller, California State Teachers College: Moss Elizabeth Nichols, member of,the .faculty ol the Brownsville High School, and Arthur Cunningham, member of Pcnn State Center faculty qt Uniontown. Officers will be elected. Friday's jnoetins was presided over'by the county president, Mrs. Robert Lee Hcrron of Uniontown. Mrs. Henry Vf- McRobbic, president of the Woman's Culture Club, Dr. Katharine..Wakefleld and Mrs.-John M. Young were among those present Veteran Air '1 raveier MRS? IX Vf. S^YDER HEAD " · _OF MISSIONARY CIRCLE 1 '·iVTisslonary Circle No-J-'oJ'the First Methodist Protestant Church met Thursday night at the homo of Mrs. A." R. Mansberger in East Crawford avcnuo. Eleven members and four guests wero present. Devotional were in charge of Mrs. Robert Heft- ley. A hymn, "Rescue the Perishing," was sung, alter which there were, sentence prayers. MTJ. Heffley gave a reading from the missionary book. Business of a routine nature was transacted. Officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. D. W. Snyder; vice-president, Mrs. Mans- bergcr; devotional superintendent, Mrs. Roburt Hcftley; question box superintendent, Mrs. Robert Kcffer; secretary, Mrs. Frank J. Boyd; treasurer, Mrs,. Earl Balsley; reporter, Mrs. Mary Reed. . At the close of the meeting the hostess served a delicious lunch. She was assisted by Mrs. Cossel. Helen Stonsbury ... traveled 100,000 mtk* In 1038 Helen Stanatoury traveled 100,000 miles by air as director of the women's traffic division ol an nirllne. And, as »uch, she has been selected as the most air- traveled woman in the United States and awarded a model plane in Chicago. --Central Preu MRS. KATHERINE PATTERSON HOSTESS TO LIBERTY CLUB The Friday Night Q Club of Liberty was' pleasantly entertained Friday evening at the home ot Mrs. Katherinn Patterson of Liberty. Twelve members and one guest, Mrs. Kate Jacobs of Pittsburgh, were present. After a short business session, conducted by the prcsMont, Mrs. Harry Shallenbcrgcr, "Q sisters" were revealed and new names for .the coming year drawn, after which bingo was the diversion, prizes being-won by Mrs. Earl Sherbondy, Mrs. Ida Hunker and Mrs. Harry Shallenberger. Mrs. Hunker also received the draw and door prues. The hostess served a dainty lunch, assisted by her daughter, Miss Eulah Patterson. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, March 18, at the home ol Mrs. J. C. Jacobs of Liberty. REV. E. A. SCIIULTZ IS SPEAKER AT,. JOINT BANQUET The annual banquet of the Win One and Young Men's Bible classes of the First United Brethren Church was held Thursday night at Fellowship Hall with the pastor, Rev. Elmer A. Schultz, giving the principal address. Places were laid lor approximately ninety-five. Mrs. H. C. Shippy was toastmistrcss. Tho program was: Singing, "America"; blessing, Mrs. C. W. Kern; addreis ol welcome, Mrs. Elmer A. Schultz; two selections, "Annie Laurie" and "Old Faithful," by a trio composed ol Dorothy, Ralph and Elsley Witt; group singing, led by Clark Witt; short talk, Mrs. Sara Listen, president ol the class; selection, Witt trio; interesting'session of questions and answers, conducted by Mrs. C. A. Durbin; vocal solos, "Mother Machrec" and "Eileen," Mrs. J. W. Collins; address. Rev. Schultz; "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," audience; benediction, Rev. Schultz. Tho tables were decorated in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD SCOTTDALE, Mar. S.--The body ot Walter L. Rcese will be brought to Scottdale this afternoon after a funeral service at his home, 1227 Fcnnimore street, Fairmont, W. Va, and will be taken to the homo of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John W. .Reiley, 308 South Broadway, where it will lie in iitate Iro'm 10 o'clock Sunday morning until 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternon when a service will be held by Rev. J. E. Lutz, pastor ol the Methodist Episcopal Church. Interment will be in Scottdale Cemetery. Besides his wife and daughter Joan, he is survived by his mother, one sister, Mrs. E. C. Mclntyrc ot Scottdale, and two brothers, Howard J. ol Scottdale and William M., of Fairmont. W. O. Brown's Eody Here. The body of Will! urn O. Brown, son of James J., and Mary Brown of Second avenue, arrived here Friday cycnlng, and was taken to the home. The funeral service will be held at 9 o'clock Monday' raorning at St. John the Baptist Church and interment will lollow in S t. John's Cemetery. Mr. Brown, a State employee residing in Harrisbuig, died Thursday night after he had fallen into the swimming pool at this Central Y. M. C. A. Observe Day of Praer. One ot the best meetings to be held in the observance of "The World Day of Prayer," sinc! the institution of the observance was that held in the Trinity Evangelical and Reformed Church with 100 in attendance Friday afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Anderson had charge of the music and there were several solos by Tom Filer, the blind singer taking part in the First Baptist evangelistic services. On the program were Mrs. Norman W. Shollenbcrger of the Reformed Church; Mrs. J. W. Withcr- spoon, Presbyterian Church; Mrs. Cecil Bradley, Church of Christ; Mrs. James Camlln, United Presbyterian Church; Mrs. M. M. Allbcck, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, and Mrs. Clarence Durstino, United Brethren Church. Prayer was offered by representatives of all churches. At 4 o'clock there was a meeting for young people at the First Baptist Church in charge of Miss Edith Mar- Hn. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE \VBTliaN FOB CENTRAL PRESS By Shepard B a r c l a y "J3n Authority on Authorities- HAPPENINGS IN A N D A B O U T MT. PLEASANT MAKE A DETOCB plays were tho diamonds A. K. nnd MANY a declarer »ce» no likely Q- i The question now saa which suit to choose, as between hearts and clubs, BO he selected tho clubs. Ho jlaycd the A and then the Q, which South won. South then cashed his remaining spades, and sot tho contract ono trick. West had a chance to forca South to lead to his tcnaccs. It was apparent from -North's lead that he held nothing of value, to West's best chance was to have given South the two spade tricks and make him lead Into tho hearts or clubs. On the last spade tho heart Q should havo been tossed, ·to gain an entry to tho dummy. way to get the lead into the dummy, where It La needed in order to have a chanco for his contract. In some of thcso ipots there may bo no direct entry there ffrom his own hand, but the trip across may bo made by means of a detour. Throwing the lead to a defender may oblige the latter to make an offering which will give the dummy 1U chance to get In. A 10 6 V 6 E 3 2 · 8 6 4 S. A. CALLIGUIRE SPEAKS AT SOCIAL CLUB MEETING Samuel A. Calliguire ol this city was the guest speaker at a second session ot the Upper Tyrone Social !lub, held Thursday evening at tht Cingvicw school. Re spoke of the importance of recreation lor both idults and of the need THURSDAY AFTERNOON CLUB ENTERTAINED AT BROOKVALE The Thursday Afternoon So%vlng Club was delightfully entertained Thursday at the home of Mrs. George Howe at Brookvale. The afternoon was given over to fancywork. Later a dainty lunch was served, appointments being in keeping with Saint Patrick's Day. Each member presented the hostess with a beautiful gift, the occasion being the anniversary of her birth. Members were invited to attend a Saint Patrick's Day tea and quilting to be held Thursday, .March 17, at the home ol Mrs. Ellen Newcomer. The next meeting will be held Thursday, April 7, at "the home ot Mrs. Arthur Graham, East Connellsville. A. K. W. CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS PLAY BRIDGE .Mrs. Harry Hetzcl entertained the A. K. W. Club Thursday night at her home in Gallatm avenue. Three tables were called into play for auction bridge. High club prize was won by Mrs. James Peigh and draw by Mrs.'Morris A. Largent.' High guest prize was received by Mrs. Clyde E. Goc. A dainty lunch supplemented the games. The" next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. J. H. Bowman in Davidson avenue. ·" Choral Society Rehearses. Another now member was received at the weekly rehearsal of the Clyde Choral Society, held Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dean ih Sycamore street, increasing the. membership to twenty-seven There was a splendid attendance Much enthusiasm it. being displayed ' by the members. A 3 2 V J 87 · J 10 5 3 4 J 10 6 6 (Dealer: Weit East-West vulnerable.) Two No-Trumps wa» West's opening bid on this deal, and Eaat took It to 3-No Trumpi. With nothing to set up In his own hand, North elected to lead the spado 10. South covered this with tho J and continued the sull for two more rounds, when West went In with th* A. HJ» next three 4 None V 10 6 5 2 · 9 7 5 3 Tomorrow** Problem A J 8 5 3 V Q S 4 + Q J 10 6 + Q 6 A 10 9 7 5 4 2 WNone A A K Q V A K J 8 7 3 * A K 4 *8 (Dealer: South. North-South vulnerable. 1 ! What Is the correct bidding on thia deal? DANCE TONIGHT --lo-John Kiferle and His Orchestra LAZY HOUR RANCH So Cover. No 3ttnimum children and of dramatics. Stanley Kublak, president of the school board, told of his work and gave a number of enlightening facts concerning the Upper Tyrone schools? Ralph Brooks, a school director, also, was present and displayed much interest. The program was planned by the program committee and the speakers were Introduced by Mrs. Louise King. The meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Robert Phi. There was a good attendance. Kew members were received and registered by Mrs. Martha Baker. After the program, the remainder of the evening was given over to bingo. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be held Thursday~cvening, April 7, at the same place. The time is 7:30 o'clock and all members are urged to be present, if possible, at the hour designated. WILLING WORKERS CLASS OF LEISENRING MEETS Meeting Wednesday evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Washabaugh at Lelsenring, members ot the Willing Workers Class of the Presbyterian Church ot that place spent a most enjoyable evening. Mrs. Washabaugh conducted the devotlon- als, after which routine business was transacted. Mrs. Wilson had charge of the entertainment which consisted of novel Staint Patrick's Day features. A dainty lunch was served by Mrs. Washabaugh, assisted by her daughter, Miss June, and Cora Belle RiSSar. The next meeting will be held Wednesday evening, April 6, with Mrs. Forrest Wilson hostess. MRS. HARRY HETZEL HEAD OF MISSIONARY CIRCLE Missionary Circle No. 4 of the First Methodist Protestant Church met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Harry Hetzel in Gallatin avenue. Mrs. -Nelson Stafford was in charge. Twenty-five members were present. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: Chairman, Mrs. Hetzel; secretary, Mrs. Daisy Ebbcrt; treasurer, Mrs Nelson Stafford. Lunch was seivcd by the committee comprising Mrs. Hetzel and Mrs. Ebbert. Alumni Me«t Tuesday. Tuesday evening, March 8, the Scottdale High School Alumni will hold a quarterly meeting in the high school. It will be a "Question and Answer," meeting conducted along the lines of Professor Quiz of radio fame. The public is invited. Fhllatheas to Meet. The Senior Phllathca Class of the First Baptist Church will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. G. E. Sturgis in Arthur avenue. To Te^t Fire Alarm. Should the fire alarm be heard between 3 and 4 o'clock this afternoon, it will be because of tests of the fire alarm system. Trl-HI-Y Meet),. Each member ot the Beta Tri-Hi-Y contrihutPd something on tho program on "Control of Speech," at its regular meeting held in the Y. M. C. A. Thursday evening. Pauline Clarkson had charge of the devotional period. Otterbcln Guild Elects. Officers were elected at the regular meeting of the Ottcrbein Guild Thursday evening as follows: President, Dorothy Weavor; vice-president, Nclda Darling; secretary, Bernice Truxcll; treasurer, Jean Carlson; thank-offering secretary, Donnei Durstine; stewardship secretary, Lcona Shlrcy; mission study teacher, Bertha Cowling; pianist, Gcraldlnc Weaver; patroness, Mrs. J. G. Darling, and delegates to the branch meeting, Frances Henderson and Catherine Rogers. Flan Another Recital. Plans tre under way for second recital by the students ot the Community Music School, under the direction of the teacher, Miss Margaret Kritschgau, to be presented some time during thls'month. Chief Thomas Sees Car Week Safety Boom National Used Car Exchange Week, the countrywide campaign which the automobile industry is launching March 5, will probably more than justify all the effort it Involves, from the safety standpoint alone. This is the statement of Chief of Police Andrew W. Thomas, who today added his endorsement of the drive. Chief Thomas sees In the campaign an incidental benefit rivalling in Importance the primary objective, which is to stimulate used car sales. This is expected to lead to reem- ploymcnt of tens of thousands of workers in the automobile plants who are now either out of work entirely or on restricted schedules. "Without In the least discounting the importance of putting men back on the Jcb, we in accident prevention work are also impressed by the safety possibilities of the campaign," the police head commented. "Worn-out cars, and especially those with old tires and unsafe brakes, arc at the bottom of many ot the accidents which we Investigate todoy. "It is only a question of time, of course, before legislation will retire from our streets and highways cars that have reached the 'dangerous age.' In the meantime, wo cordially welcome any program which has as its objective voluntary cooperation toward the same end." In Chief Thomas' opinion, National Used Car Exchange Week should offer owners of old cars a powerful inducement to step up to better transportation. ' "However much I might approve ot the general Idea," he said, couldn't generate as much real enthusiasm as I feel K I didn't honestly believe that the drive would 'take hold' with the public, and that a good many worn-out cars would be retired from the streets. After seeing what some of the dealers arc goint to offer next week, I'll go on record nnd predict that the drive will reduce not only the industry's problems but my own." Chief Thomas directed attention to the tact that Connelisviile has no had an automobile fatality in the city since January 1, 1035, or lor more than three years and two months. He expressed the belie! that better automobiles would have a tendency to help increase the city's safety record Three New Air Routes. WASHINGTON, Mar. 3.--Pennsylvania-Central Airlines today announced dates lor starting service on three new routes. The Piltsburgh- BufTalo route will be inaugurated on March 15, the Pittsburgh-Baltimore on March 24, and the Washington- Norfolk on April 1. Ohiopyle D. D. D. CLUB WILL HOLD BANQUET TONIGHT The thirteenth annual banquet of the D. D. D. Club will be held this evening at 6-15 o'clock at Stader's farm.' Hubbands and friend:, will be guests LEGION AUXILIARY WILL MEET MONT)AY NIGHT The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Monday night at 7.45 o'clock at the Legion Home, North Pittsburg street Two Million Drivers Licensed. HARRISBURG, Mar. 9.--More than 2,000,000 Pcnnsylvanians have secured 3038 drivers' licenses, the SUit- bureau of motor vehicles reported today. The dcadlmo for driving with 1937 permits was February 28. Notice to Taxpajcra of Dunbar Township. The budget for the year 1938 has been prepared by the Board of Ho.id Supervisors of Dunbar Township and may be seen at the office, in West Side Hotel, Conncllsvillc, Pa. B. J. Colbert, treasurer.--Advertisement, --mar. 5-12-19. Card, Bingo Party. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the South Connelisviile Volunteer Fire Company will give a card a.id bingo party night at the frcmcn's Monday rooms,. FOR YOUR COLD TAKE OHIOPYLE, Mar. 4,--Prof. D. E Lcmlcy motored to his parents' honr at Mount Morris where he spent th' week-end. Carl Lewis of Pittsburgh visited Saturday and Sunday with his wifi and Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Collins. Mrs. William Hcnvick has returnee to Mill Run after a several days visit with her son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs,. Harry Burnworth Mrs. Sylvia Heltcrbran was a visitor in Conncllsvillc Monday. Joseph Abbey ot Donora spent thi past several days at his home In Commercial street. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bcglcj of Somerset visited Sunday with Ivlr and Mrs. E. Thomas and Mrs. Cln Vaughn. Mrs. Vaughn accompanlec the Bcglcys home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson anc son, Harry Richard, visited over th week-end with Mrs. Johnson's par enti, Mr. and Mrs.' F. S. Gearhardt at Confluence. Daniel Hall was a recent vlsito in Uniontown. Mr. and Mrs. GrofT Phillips son of Uniontown visited at thel home in Commeiclal street on Sun day. Walk Lambie was a Uniontow: Husband Charges Desertion. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 4.--Libel ii divorce was filed with Prothonotar; John J. Brjdy Thursday by Samue Dnlesio, 1S2 Oakland avenue agains Maignret Dnlesio, St. Petersburg Fla., charcini; desertion July 10 1936. The couple wcic married i North Union township September 12 1925. The action bets forth that pno to and after their maruage, th couple were employed by A. A Thompson but th«n on July 10, 1930 she left and hns not bince ictuin- 1 lo her husband. In Amelia's Memory Amelia Earhnrt Putnam ... In snow Dedicated to the memory of the late nvlatrlx, Amelia Earhart Putnam, this gigantic bust of solid anew and ice has been unveiled at Virginia, Minn. The bust Is more than 20 feet high and sculptured out of 60 tons of anow. Women Participate In Day of Prayer At Christian Church Special^ to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Mar. 5.-Mrs. D. C. White, representing the First Brethren Church, presided at the World Day of Prayer service held Friday afternoon at the United Brethren Church with the offering being divided among the four projects discussed. A history of the observance of the day of prayer was given by Mrs. V. O. Barnhart ot the Church of God, and other talks included: "Projects ol Women's Colleges in the Orient," Mrs. George Bayha of the Methodist Episcopal Church; "Christian Literature tor Children," Mrs. Fisher of the Church of the Brethren; "Migrant Workers of the United States," Mrs. S. S. Cuthbert of the First Baptist Church; "Work ot the Indian Schools in the United States," Mrs. Edwin Swmk ol the First Reformed Church. A report of the observance of the world day of prayer in Mexico City was given by Miss Anna Yothcrs ot the United Brethren Church. Mrs. Violet Shumaker was organist and solos were given by Mrs. J. F, Erwin ol the United Brethren Church and Mrs. James Taylor of the Second Baptist Church. Prayer was offered by the representatives of the various churches. Bible Class Meets. The Woman's Bible Class of the United Brethren Church held its regular meeting in the church Thurs day evening. The program and decor ations were in keeping with St Patrick's Day. Miss Claudia Canose and Mrs. Homer Boycr sang a duet Mrs. Mary Bennett gave Irish talcs A social hour, with refreshments was enjoyed by the 42 members present. Tho committee -in charge was Mrs. Charles Queer, Mrs. Clarence Brinker, Mrs. Floyd Harrer Mrs. Birdie' Crosby, Lou Mitchell anc Mrs. Eckels. Communion Service. Communion will be observed a morning service ol the Reunion Pres byterian Church Sunday. Son Born to Berts. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs A. S. Berg of the Mount Pleasant Tarr road Friday afternoon at 4:1 o'clock at Frlck Memorial Hospital Both mother and child are gettin along nicely. Mrs. Berg, before he marriage, was Miss Ruby Albrigh ot this place. Quarterly Meetings. Quarterly meetings opened Frida night in the Free Methodist Churc with Rev. J. S. Mitchell of Union town, district elder, delivering th sermon. He will preach again thi evening and both Sunday mornin and evening. M. E. Conference. Rev. John F. Jose, supcrintcnden of the McKcesport district ol th Methodist Episcopal Church, wi conduct the quarterly conference alte the Sunday night service at th Methodist Episcopal Church. He wi preach at the Sunday evening serv ice. DEFUSE PAY CUT, 250 WORKERS IDLE CUMBERI/AND, Md., Mar. 4.-'he refusal (of employes (o accept a 0 per ccntjpay cut for a 00-day eriod resulted today in moio than 50 workers being idle at the clay mines and brick plant of the Union Hinlng Company at Mt. Savage. William L. Sherman, company ^resident, said the pay cut was due o poor business conditions and de- ied the contention ot United Mine Vorkcrs that it was a lockout. United Mine Workers charge the ompany with breaking their union ontrnct and Mrs. S. K. Huey, of United Brethren Church, Now Available For the First Time in Connelisviile Michelob" KING Of DRAUGHT SEER AMCtlCA'S HIGHCSI FtlCCD I. 0»/MICHT lt£« Also--On Draught-Pabst Blue Ribbon and Real German WONDER BAR AND GRILL ' 125-129 So. PltUburg St. DEVOE Mirrolac Enamel --brings you painless painting nnd the assurance of perfect results. 1. Mirrolac Is reasonably o priced. tj,*" 2. It covers e b beautifully. "5 2_-= 3. It EOCS on £ -Ti easily . . . . £* £ smoothly. | -n 1. U dries quickly 5 ,e with a hlxh lus- f ire. 5. You can use it for cvcryllilnc. FREE! A 1% inch Devoc Supcr- klecn rubber set brush with every purchase ot Mirrolac Enamel .imountinjr to one ciuart or more. ·M. Bernardo 5 10c Wall Paper Paint Co. 100-113 \V. Apple Street. Phone 008. Connelisviile, Pa. Approximately 75 women of the ocal churches attended the annual IVorld Day of Prayer Friday at the First Christian Church. The meet- ng was opened by the president, Mrs. J. L. Proudflt, of the First Pres- aytcrian Church. Mrs. J a m e s Charlcsworth, of the hostess church, gave a short talk on "Home Missions, after which Mrs. J. W. Collins the First sang a duct. Mrs. Carroll B. Fisher, ot the First Christian Church, gave a review of the book, "Moslem Women Enter a New World," by Ruth Frances Woodswill. At the afternoon session olllccrs were elected as follows: First vice- president, Mrs. Merrill L. Cadwell, of the First Christian Church: recording secretary, Mrs. H. C. Hoffman, ot Trinity Lutheran Church; assistant, Mrs. R. T. McMinn, of tlic First United Ptcsbytcrinn Church. Installation was in charge of Mrs. George R. Krupp, ot the last named church. Mrs. Leland S. Whipkcy and Mrs. Warren Decker of the First Christina Church, sang n duet and Mrs. Stuart Fcnstcrmachcr of the Eirst Baptist Church, contributed n vocal solo, and also directed the music. Mrs. Cadwell was the accompanist. Representing the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Miss Mae Webster ot the Community Center at Leisennng 3, gave an interesting talk on "Migrant Work " It was decided that quarterly meetings be held by the missionary societies ot the city, the first bcuiR bchcdulcd for Juno at the First Pics- bytcrian Church. Dm me the winter women of th varioui, lOcicties read 460 mission books. YOUNG MEN v \ LIKE OUR DRY GLEANING Goodwin's modern methods give clothes a "just like new" look . . . . popular with all ages. This*coupled with expert pressing makes Goodwin-cleaned clothes outstanding over -those cleaned by any other method. Phone 813 GOODWIN CO. Cleaners S Dyers COJJNEI.I.SVILLE, IA. is committing the greater crime? The degenerate gangster who rob our banks, or the gentlemen congressmen who use our money to build political fences. Stop the political parasites from repeating. awe. Res 32 , M Service UW23S. PITTSBURGH ST. CONNELLSVtLLE, Bf\. -j ftjjpioy No Agents or SoMtore"

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