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EVENING , JttLV 31,1963 mtd Otttfloors with ttnroltl Itfnntl The various types of life jacketsithey are compact, inexpensiv is discussed by Bob Browstefi outdoor writer for the Kiekhaefer Corp., Fond du Lac. Wis. The Importance of carrying good quality lifesavers while afloat cannot be over emphasized. Vital Safety Devices Since life preservers seldom Have to be Used for their intended purposeSj boaters tend to forget that these vital safety devices are subject to rough handling and become torn, lose their buoyancy or just wear out. At regular intervals, veteran boatmen suggest you Inspect your gear carefully and replace the life preservers that are not in good condition. But before you begin shopping, take a moment to consider which of the various kinds of U. S. Coast Guard approved life preservers best suit your needs. Here are a few benefits and disadvantages of the major types: Life jackets — These come In a variety of sizes and shapes, are worn like a coat, and can be fitted snugly to the body by means of ties and fasteners. They provide excellent protection for children and non-swimmers and will stay on the wearer even though he is unconscious. Their drawbacks is that they are bulky and restrict movement somewhat. They also take up more stowage space than some of the other styles. Life vests — There are several types of vest, some worn like a coat, others.like a bib. or horse- collar. The latter design is better for holding a person's head out of the water and is therefore preferred for children and non-swimmers. Like the jacket, they are clumsy and hard for someone in the water to don. Cushions — these are the most popular type of preserver, since One Week Only! at the LAKE OF 7 FINGERS STAUNTON, ILL. The next attraction will be the one and only Charlie Chaney, the greatest one man Show in the business. Due to ' a tight schedule, Charlie's stay will be of short duration, from Tuesday, July 30 through Sunday, August 4. Charlie is basically a fine pianist but this is only the beginning. His comedy impressions, special material, plus a dynamic personality, make him second only to Jimmy Durante, with whom he has often co-starred. The real proof of Charlie's entertainment value is the fact that he has always been good for a return engagement where- ever he has played. He has played all the better clubs and hotels, such as Sahara in Las Vegas, Chase Hotel in St. Louis Lee-N-Eddie's in Detroit, Saddle and Sirloin Club in Bakersfield Calif., Bassells in Toronto, Seven Seas in Omaha, Windsor Hote in Hamilton, Canada, to name a few. In 90% of the rooms that he has played, Charlie hai returned two or three times. Remember' the 'dates—TUes day, July 30 through Sunday August 4 /. '. 9 p.m.' till??? Call STAUNTON NE 5-3675 FOR RESERVATIONS always close at hand in emer enctes, and can be used to s upon. However, it is difficult hold onto them in the Water, they aren't recommended fo children and non-swimmers, The should never be worn on one back, since so used they tend force the wearer's face into th water. Ring life buoys — These ar available In various diameters an come wtlh a "grab line" attacher They can be thrown easily to swimmer In distress and offer e? cellent flotation properties. The can be a nuisance in small boat because the ring should be moun ed in brackets In an accessib' spot and the grab line secured I the boat. Obviously, this presen problems In a 15-foot runabout. Whichever style you finally si lect, make sure it bears a U. ! Coast Guard approved number. JUNIOR BASEBALL In the eight-year-old league th Pirates walloped the Tigers, 22-' Northside defeated the Mustang? the Beavers whipped th Seals, 19-2, and the Giants trim med the Warriors, 11-1. Chuck Wills homered, triplet and singled for the Pirates. Bi Kasten tripled and Les Gibson homered for the Tigers. Bob Sis and John Hand lined triples fo Northside. John Lyon banged ou five safeties and Jeff Korte horn ered for the Beavers while Bob Aszman lashed two hits for the Seals. Mike Gillson homered foi the Giants while Carlos William* homered for the Warriors. In the 11-12-year-old league Hellrung beat the Eagles, 9-6, the Bluejays trimmed the Braves, 10-5, the Rebels belted the Wildcats, 7-2, the Indians blanked the Pirates, 5-0, and the Orioles topped the Cardinals, 6-1. Spencer Buescher hit a grand slam homer for Hellrung and Charles Mugge collected three hits. Terry Cown homered, doubled and singled for the Eagles. Kyle Steiner doubled and singled for the Bluejays while Don McKee tripled for die Braves. Winning pitcher Dennis Hendricks homered and singled for the Rebels while Randy Dwyer doubled for the Pirates as Mike Carroll hurled the shutout for the Indians. Bob Adair homered for the Orioles. Steve Fessler tripled and Ricky Reidt singled twice for the Cardinals. The 15-17-year-old league wound up its season Tuesday night with the Cubs edging the Dodgers, 4-3, on three hits by •Julius Brooks and a homer by Ilardiiiian. The Dodgers, however, won the league crown with a record of 8 wins, 3 losses and 1 tie. In the 13-14-year-old league the Rebels beat the Redbirds, 6-1, and the Seals ripped the Dodgers, 12-8. Kirk Huber tripled and Jim 'cribner crashed two hits for the Rebels. Dave Wooff tripled and singled twice for the Seals while Dave Coles slammed a homer and wo singles for the Dodgers. Lutherans Seek Church Brotherhood By DICK SOOteRLtlNi) HELSINKI, Finland (AP) The Lutheran World Federation has leaped the barrier.*, between East nnd West to establish "a Christian bond of peace," its president declared today in his ad dress at the opening plenary session of the organization's fourth general assembly here. Dr. Franklin Clark Fry of New York, federation president, told 800 delegates from all corners, of the world that Lutheran chnrche, ate "prepared in spirit to reach out to brethren everywhere in a call for fuller oneness of all who call Christ Lord in the midst of a hostile world..." Dr. Fry also told delegates. "New dimensions have been stretched out for all of our churches by the voice of the GOSPEL radio station." This new Lutheran World Federation radio station In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, was built at a cost of $1.7 million and began religious, educational and cultural broadcasts over two lOOjOOO watt transmitters last February. He was referring to plans to admit to membership the Lutheran churches in the Soviet Baltic republics of Esthonia .and Latvin, as well as Lutheran churelios from seven African republics. The applying churches, with a combined membership of 1.6 mil- ion, were assured of membership jy an overwhelming vote since the federation's executive committee recommended their, approval. It was the largest number of applicants since the federation vas organized in Lund, Sweden n 1947. The European applicants in eluded the Lutheran churches o the Latvian and Estonian Sovie republics, whose admission the Baltic exile Lutheran churches jrotested. But the exile churches ;aid they would refrain from tronger demonstrations during lie assembly. Acceptance of the applications ould raise the federation roster o 73 church bodies in 38 coun ries, speaking for about 52 of the 2 million Lutherans. This is the lird largest confessional family the world after the Roman atholic and Eastern Orthodox. The world assembly, the fourth n 16 years and the first since 957, was opened Tuesday night /ith a solemn service in the im- osing white Helsinki cathedral, receded by a colorful procession the more than 800 official dele- ates. Finnish President Urho Kekko- en and his wife were among more than 1,000 guests who hroned the cathedral to hear the rchbishop of Finland, Ilmari omies, deliver the sermon. Other thousands followed the service from outside, and it was televised to an estimated 20 million viewed in Europe. Archbishop Asalomies stressed the dual citizenship of the Christian as a witness to the invisible world of God and as a human Deing in the world of man. An estimated 6,000 to 8,000 unofficial visitors from around the world, including about 2,000 Americans are expected to fol- ow or attend the plenary sessions and other main events with Wednesday Evening TV Digest (R) Denote* REPtiAt Profcrnm K1V1 (ABO) 2, KMOX ((JOS) 4, KSD (MHO) 5, KPLK 11 4 5 New* 11 Three Stooges (R) 5 Weathel 6:15-2 City Camera A Weathst 4 News: Cronklte 5 Hunt ley -Brlnkley 11 Rocky & His Friends 6:30-2 Wagon Train (R) 4 C85 Reports (ft) 5 Virginian (R) 11 People Are Funny 1-. 00-^4 Face the Issue 11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30-2 Going My Way (R) 4 Doble Gillls (R) 9 P S 4 11 Wrestling 8! 00-4 Beverly Hillbillies (R) 5 Mystery Theater (R) 9 What's New? 8:30—2 Our Man Hlggln? (R) 4 Dick Van Dyke (H) 9 You Are There 9.-00— 2 Naked City (R) 4 Circle Theatre 5 Eleventh Hour (R) 9 Henry Steele Commager Interview 11 Movie — "Toughest Man In Arizona" (1951) Joan Leslie, Vaughn Monroe 9:30—9 Si. txiiiU — The Flamboyant Years 10:00—2 4 5 News 10'10-2 4 5 Weathfir iO:i5—2 Steve Allen 4 Eye oh .St. Lmili 5 Johnny Carson 10:30-4 Movie — "Nobody Lives Forever" (1946) Geratdlne Fitzgerald, John Gat-field 10:50-11 Movie - "Forbidden Island" (1959) Nan Adams, John Mall 11:46—2 Peter Gunn (P.) 12SOO--& Tonight In St, Louis 12:15—2 News & Sports 12:20—2 Mahalla Jackson 4 Movie - "Swing It, Soldier" (1941) Frances Langford, Ken Murray 12:30-5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40—5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 1:36—4 News & Religion Thursday Daytime, Aug. 1 (R) Denotes REPEAT program KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (OBS) 4, KSD (NBC) B, KPLB 11 GOLFING NOTES Lockhuven Ladies The event at the Lockhaven Country Club Tuesday was the par-four holes tourney. Mrs. George Hassforcl won (he 18-hole championship flight while Mrs. Joseph Shnr- key and Mrs. Joseph Murphy tied for the first flight title. Mrs. Frank Wickenlmiisor was the second-flight winner. In the nine-hole championship flight Mrs. Glennon Jackson the winner. Mrs. Al Barnerd wo; the combined first and secont flights, GUKST DAY Guest day was the featured event for the Greater Alton Women's Golf Association at Rock ion. A highlight of the many public events during the assembly will 3e the closing rally at the Hel- ,inki Olympic Stadium expected o draw at least 10,000. The assembly's main purpose s to review the relations between old and new churches within the federation as well as relations be- ween the Lutheran confessional 'amily and other churches, primarily the Roman Catholic. A new federation president also is to be chosen by the assembly. One of the strongest candidates for election is Swedish Archbishop Gunnar Hultgren. CERTAIN DEATH! Smashing an automobile into another on the highway as low as 30 MPH can mean death. Can you imagine what 100 cars traveling at high speeds with the deliberate intention of CRASHING & WRECKING each other could mean? 100 cars and drivers have been entered, and will CRASH, SMASH & WRECK each other in the world's only 100 CAR DEMOLITION DERBY TRI.CITY SPEEDWAY Houte 3—4 miles north of Gruniti! Clly Sun. Nlli*—Aug. 4—8:30 p.m. In ntsc of ruin: Auii. S Adults $2.00 Kids 50o ;he help of closed-circuit televi- JONAH'S PORT JAFFA, Israel (m — The port of faffa, a suburb of Tel-Aviv, is one of the oldest ports in the world and reputedly was the seaport from which the Biblical onah set sail. Spring Tuesday. Guests who won were Mrs. Blllie Koucl (low score), Mrs. liose Lewis (low putts) and Mrs. Mildred Early (low putt ruimerup). The Alton Association winners included: in the championship flight, Mrs. Joe Kingery low putts and Mrs.Eugene' Bailey low net; in the first flight, Mrs. Milton Hubertus low putts, and Mrs. Elmer Gillis and Mrs. Claude Husi losv net. In the second flight Mrs. Clin ton E, Restemeyer won low putts and low net. Mrs. Charles Spring man and Mrs. Pete Chiste won the low putts of the third flight will Mrs. Glen Nuzum the low nel victor. WITH THE FAMILY at... MJD-TOWN DINING ROOM OPEN SUNDAY at NOON 7th & Central Alton, HI, 5:<I5— 4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—4 News: Carmichael 7:40—4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Spotlight on KETC 8:45—2 Cartoons 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15—2 King & Odle 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) Eldred ELDRED — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Koontz of St. Louis arrived Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reif. Mrs. James Benner returned home Monday from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Benner of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Pyatt and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Scoggins and children spent he weekend with reltaives at Salem, Mo. . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tate and twin daughters of Lomax, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Cox of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holford were Sunday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Holford in Carroll ton. The Misses Sheryl Trusty and Mary Devling, student nurses at Passavant Hospital, Jacksonville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Newell Trusty. Sunday dinner guests at the Oren Shuler home were Mr. and Mrs. Olin Shuler and children, Bryan and Elizabeth Ann, of Quincy and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mitch of Springfield. Miss Vickie Sturgeon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sturgeon left Sunday to spend a week at the Camp Star of the Sea at Springfield. 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00-^1 The McCoys (R) 5 Price Is Right 30:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05-4 My Little Margie (R) 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 5 Charlotte Peters 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 11 Movie — See Wed., 10:50 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15-11 Movie - See Wed., p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 American Bandstand 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Dadd (R) 3:55— 2 American Newsstand 4:00—2 Day in Court 4 S. S. Popeye 5 Wrangler Club U Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "The Plundei ers" (1948) Illona Massey, Rod Cameron 4:30—4 Movie — "Bad Little Angel" (1939) Virginia Weid ler, Gene Reynolds 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R 5:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Yogi Bear 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael ST. AMBROSE CHURCH New School Grounds—Belt Line— North Alton SUMMER FESTIVAL SUNDAY, AUGUST 4th 12 Noon to 9 P.M. • Chicken in the Basket, $1.25 Games • Pony Rides • Refreshments • Home Made Pies and Cakes EVERYBODY WELCOME New Low Sale Prices! PHILCO and ADMIRAL AIR CONDITIONERS 6,600 BTU 9,200 BTU 14,000 BTU 17,000 BTU 19,000 BTU $169.95 $224.95 $249.95 $279.95 $309,95 Complete Home Fuinisheis 2606 STATE ST. PHONE HO 5-7669 QJ'KN WON., TUES., TIIUR8., FRI. NJQHTS! 'Hillbilly* Switched to New Show By CVNtitlA LOWttV Al» teievishin.ttndlo Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — After CBS' "Beverly Hillbillies" topped last winter's popularity ratings, Lhe network announced that Bea Bennderet, man-hunting Cousin Pearl in the show, would star in a new series called "Ozark Widow." This led to speculation whether television was ready for two corn- fed series. But the title of the show has been changed to "Petticoat Junction" and it bears not the slimiest resemblance to "Hill billies," Miss Benaderet, a skillful ac tress in any role, developed « new character, primarily by reading the first script 75 times. "It is in no way at all the child of 'Beverly Hillbillies,'" she said Tuesday. "It's comedy, but it's not farcical, and the comedy stems from character development." The locale is deliberately vague so the viewer's own background and memories can place it. Bea plays an attractive, gray-haired mother of three and owner of a smalltown boarding house. Many plots revolve around passengers on a railroad spur line. Clothes are unobtrusively modern; ac cents are easy but not recogniz able Deep South or Down East. "The show walks a rather fine line between legitimate situations and comedy," Bea said. "It's tongue-in-cheek but never unkind." ABC Has dreamed up a novel introduction for its "Breaking Point" series about psychiatrists. It's a two-part story that starts on "Ben Casey" Sept. 9. The Patient is referred to the doctor in "Breaking Point," Which pre mieres a week later at the same time. Casey then moves to Wednesday night, starting Sept. 18. Registration Set Tuesday at St. Bernard's WOOD RIVER — Registration for the fall term of St. Bernard's Parochial School will be held in the school hall from 9 a.m. to 12 noon; and from 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Mother Angela, Principal, has announced. It is essential that all students of all grades register during this :ime period, Mother Angela stated, including those who completed registration requirements in the spring. ". • Injured in Fall WOOD RIVER - Mrs. Louise Stuckwisch, 86, 318 S. Twelfth St., was admitted to the Wood Rivet Township Hospital Tuesday 9:15 p.m. for an injured left hip incurred when she fell at home. To Organise Junior Club At Greenfield GREENFIELD 1 — Mrs. Nancy Dowlittg, 20th district president of Junior Women's CltibSi has met with a local group of young worn eri \vhc- are sponsoring the organization of a lunior club In Green field. Mrs. Dean Bishop has been named chairman of the commit tee to prepare the constitution arid other members of her committee are Mrs. Clarence Cunningham Mrs. Richard Goodman and Miss Marilyn Spencer. Miss Spencer Is chairman of the nomination committee for Officers of the new organization. The proposed officers and constitution will be presented to the group at a meeting Thursday, Aug. 15, at 8 p.m. in the social rooms of the Baptist Annex, Qrcenflold Notes GREENFIELD.- Mrs. Carrie Houlihan was hostess to a group of friends at a lawn supper Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs, Mrs. E. E. Cook, Mrs. Anne Woodward, Mrs. Greer Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook, and Mrs. Lillian Koiner of St. Petersburg, Fla. John Cotter has returned to his home in Brighton after spending several days with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George P. Entrekln. Mrs. Charles Booth o£ Dual-go is spending several days with relatives here. Mrs. Willard Bowen of Pocalel- lo, Idaho, has been visiting in the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. A. B. Kessey, and daughters. PRAIRIETOWN — Throe mem hers of the Ladies Aid Society of the Lutheran Church were honored at ft basket dinner Sunday noon in tho school basement. Receiving pins were oil their 75th birthdays wore Mrs. Arthur Schwalb, Mrs. Henry Dubbeldr and Mrs. Hnfry Grote. Ninety gucsls attended. Injure* llntid PRAiniETOWN — Ernes Bransch is a pntlcnl at Stautiton Community Hospital for treat ment of fin Injury received when he lacerated two ringers on his left hand in an electric saw a the home of Paul Meyer when he Is remodeling the house. Prtttriatowit Note* PRAIRIETOWN - Wayne Sin BEIRUT—Food import laws are undergoing changes in Lebanon. Air Conditioned TONITE AND THURSDAY Family Prices—All Seats 25o Kiddles Matinee Wednesdays Continuous from L p.m. TONITE & THURS. RORY CALHOUN Thurs. at 8:40 p.m. Wed. 5:46, 8:59 p.m PLUS SECOND FEATURE "Francis Joins the Navy" Thurs. 7:10 p.m. Wed. 4:26. 7:39 p.m. Three Honor e& Mt-8. Aid Society gletoh of Hie Aft Force Mi Dnkotft is ipewrflft* * 85 vlth his t*flMitt, Mf. tease SlftftleWn, ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Guftkel en- prtRified iieVirfai relatives and friends lust, weekend. Mr. and Wfs. Henry Dubbelde enteftftlnedlseveral relative* and guests Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johiiaon nnd Family and Mr. and Mrs. TtiV odoro Bunld spnnt the weekend at Rocknway Beaoh. Mr. fthd Mrs. Vctiww Sehaefcr nnd family and Mrs. Louise Schaefer attended Hhe Magettielet retm- ion at Nokomls Sunday. Li. and Mrs, James Meyer and family of Twcas are guests at the home of his patents, Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Meyer.] Alfred DtstnUn and Mrs. Ber- thn ategemeloi? returned h o m r last weekend from StAUnton hospital where they were patients. ~Ronie — Italy further aid to will extend ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH Meppen, III. 10 miles south of Hnrdln on Roulo 100 and K pillei north of Brussels In the heart of scenic Oftlhotin Cdnn,ty, Illlnoli, ANNUAL PICNIC SATURDAY AND SUNDAY — AUGUST 3, 4 SATURDAY—Serving from 2:00 p.m. Lunch and Turtle Soup SUNDAY—Serving 1l a.m. Chicken and Dumplings and Beef Pinner GAMES—ENTERTAINMENT—DANCING Music by "ALEXANDER TEEN AIRES" ALHAMBRA HOMECOMING SATURDAY and SUNDAY August 3rd and 4th PARADE Saturday Niiflit — 1 I'M. (D.S.T,) Sunday Night — 6:80 P.M. , Flout; Theme: "M1BMOBJES" Widen & Concession* Plenty Good Kuts & Refreshment*! Free Dancing Both Night*. (Popultir * Square) ,' f ; Sponsored by the Firemen & Legion Park Association. O O o o o •0 o o o o o o o YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN TARLIGHT HSS 1 COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 HELD OVER thru Tues, Open 7:00 — Start Dusk HELD OVER 2nd Lall-Riot Weekl BOX AN A, ILL. THURS — FBI.— SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking: Problems Ph. CL 4-6613 or CL 4-7271 THUKS.-FBI.-SAT.-SUN. Gregory Peck, M. Bullhnm Phillip Alford "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD" The1hrillOfitA11.1|c\i!v6RANT DORI DAY JAMES ROSS HUNTER-ARW1N .row ARLENE FRANCIS- CART \ DORIS GRANT \ DAY Jackie Gleason, Kutherine Kuth, Gabrielle Dorziiit "GIGOT" Color 7:00 Selected Shorts OPEN 7iOO—START DUSK 2ND BIG HIT UUHKNCK FHANCK KARm*mnfBN MAHTHA HY£li DORIS f , JflMES Dnv ^ GflRNER INVITE YOU TO WATCH THEM ENJOY AND! 'TRatToucliofMmK Color Cartoons—Free Playground—Children Admitted Free Open 6:45 — Starts 7 P.M. TONITE & THURS. Shown 7:25 - 9:25 SANDRA DEE PETER FONDA k. BOSS HUNTER **«««' TAMMY and the DOCTOR IA UNIVERSAL PICTUM • PLUS: WOODY WOODPECKER COLOR :CARTOON AT 7:10 0:10 TONITE & THURS.—O P en 6:45 arc BYE Comfortably C00/. WILDEY Ann MiH-gret. Dick Van Dyhe-Junot Leigh-Jlob Hytlell STARTS FRIDAY! GRAND 8 WILDEY If It's Laughter Yoii'r*,. After, Here It 1st * £t pwenls owmmer Made

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