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: 9200 THE DAILY PRESS. WHITE PLAINS. 9200 News m Soeial Circles of White Plains and Vicinity ‘ Rockmeadow ’ Scene of Meeting County Church Mission May 29; Bronxville Luncheon In October DINNER AT CLUB FOR BRIDAL PARTY N „ ____ E. S/tKnche» Entertain For ^xheir Daughter Who Weds John Beaver Tomorrow Mr. and Mr* Edward S. Clinch, of 46 Barker Avenue, are entertain ­ ing tonight at the Westchester Hllla Golf Club, In honor of tlwlr daugh-, ter, Mlaa Aileen Clinch, who will be married tomorrow to Mr. John Bea ­ ver. The wedding will lake place at 4:30 In the afternoon at the Pres ­ byterian Church, North Broadway. Trie bridegroom la the »on of Mr. be otw.of the amartcnt soclaleventa of the late aprlng and will be fol ­ lowed by a reception and dance at the Weatcheater-BUtmore at which 300 guest* will be preaenL The dinner tonight la for the membera of the bridal party and precedea the rehearaal at the church Tboee attending. In addlUon to the bridal couple, will be the maid of honor, Mlaa Gertrude V. Walker, of Ardmore, Pa, the brldeamalda, the Mlaaea Frances Bllhelmer and Beatrice Lyon, of White Plains. Dorothy Stewart, of Germantown, Pa-, and Mra. Angus McCabe. ' Shore Acres, Me — ^-nneck. A present will be the beat man. Gor ­ don Rowland, of New York City and the ushers. Arthur C. Coe, of Scaradale. a cousin of the John W. Beaver, S.'eouain bridegroom Angus McCabe of Shore Acres and Wilbur Cox. of Hillside, N. J. Miss Underhill And Mr. Upward Wed Wednesday Mlaa Clara Underhill of 39 Wal ­ ler avenue was married on Wednes ­ day to Stanlelgh Upward. The wedding, a quiet one. took place at Grace Church, the ceremony being performed by the Rev. Frank H. Slmmonds. rector of the church. Following a taro weeks ’ honeymoon the young couple will II Waller avenue. Mrs. Alfred DeF. Keys and Mr- J J. J. FitzGerald, of White; Plains. On Committee of Ar- • rangements. Other White; Plains Women Attend. At the Informal meeting of the j Advisory Committee of ’ the Weal-i cheater County Church Mission of Help, held on Wednesday. May 29 at \Rockmeadow.\ the home of Mlaa Elolae P. Luquer, Bedford Hllla. plana were made for the annual fall luncheon. It la to be held at the Oramatan Hotel, Bronxville. on October 21at. The committees appointed are as follows: Arsangementa. Mra. Fran ­ cis Donaldson. Tuckahoc; Mrs.. Al ­ fred deForest Keys, White Plains; J. FitzGerald, White Plains; Ticket*: Mra. Charles E. Brugler and Mlaa Evelyn Gilmore. White tains; Seating: Mrs. John S. Grahan^ Mra. Alfred deForest Keys. White Plains; Mrs. Harry J. Shaw. Dobbs Ferry; Mra. H. G. B. Dayrell. New Rochelle; Flower: Mra. John C. Thlrlwall, White Plains; Mra A. H. Bickmore, Ardaley- on -Hudson; Mra J. L. SiolU. Bronxville: Clerical: Mlaa J^lolse P. Luquer. Bedford Hllla; Mlaa Corinee Sher ­ man. Rye; Mlaa Suaan Waring. Yonkera; Mrs. H. G. B. Dayrell, ew Rochelle: Publicity: Mra Alan R. Chalmers, Scaradale; Mra. Harry J. Shaw, Dobbs Ferry. ~ ’ ealgnatlon of Mra. C. S. Capp, assistant treasurer for the past nine years, and ont of the or ­ ganisers of tha Westchester Chap ­ ter, was accepted with regret. Thanks were expressed for her In ­ valuable help. Mra J. J. FitzGerald, flleld aecre-1 tary, 'In presenting her annual re- j ported quoted the National Presl-1 dent's statement that “ Church MIs- on of Help as a diocesan organl- itlon la committed to the principle of work In behalf of young people, whether In city, town or country\ Bhe also gave a detailed account of the work the society had accom ­ plished the past year, showing most splendid results, although the Asso ­ ciation Is dependent largely upon volunUry contributions for support. After the business transactions had been completed, tea was served by the hostess. An opportunity was afforded the members and guests to view the beautiful terraced gardens, as well as seeing the hundreds of wild flow­ ers and plants, growing on the hill ­ sides. among the gigantic rocks. Miss Luquer said'gjie wild flowers weFe hef special pets. and gave an accurate description of them, begin ­ ning with the earliest family of moss. Water color sketches painted by herself, depicting the earliest plant life, such as ferns, mustard and buttercup species, fllnelly lead ­ ing up to the highest type of plant life aa the thistle, laurel a * were shown. The members of the Advisory Committee of the C. M. H. of West ­ chester County are: Miss Carolina Choate, Pleasantvillc. chairman; Mrs. Charles E Brugler. Harrlaon. secretary; Mra. C. 8. Capp. White Plains, Assistant treasurer; Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, Field Secretary. Un- damn John 8. Graham. John C. Thlrlwall. Alfred DeForest Keys, and Misses Evelyn Gilmore. Marion Griffith, White Plains; other pres ­ ent Included Mrs. A. H. bickmore. LAWN FETE ON JUNE 19 PLAN OF LEAGUE Robert Farleys _To Be Scene of Women \jOter* ’ Func ­ tion; Meeting at Chil ­ dren ’ s Village June 11 The executive board of the White Plains Chapter of the League of Women Voters held a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Rob ­ ert Farley, 39 Greenridge avenue, on Wedneaday. May 30. ' “ *• It was decided t fete on June 19 at 2: Robert Farley's. Mrs. Albert L. Desne Is In charge of the program; Mre. C. W. Jack- son. tickets and Mrs. W. B. Gam- bee. refreshments. Another Interesting affair plan ­ ned for October 10th, le the annual card party, which will be held In several White Plains home, with tea served st Mrs. Albert L. Deane's residence. S Orchard Park ­ way. A muslcale will be an added entertainment at Mrs. Deane's home for those who do not play cards. These parties ere being held for tha purpose of raising money to_ redeem the 3400 pledge to Uye' County League. It was also announced that a county meeting of the League of Women Voters will be held at the Children's Village. Dobbs Ferry - , under the auspices of the Interna ­ tional Relations Committee. Mrs. Albert L. Deane, chairman, on June 11th. Mcmbere are asked to bring box luncheons. Tea and coffee will be served. Food Sale Tomorrow By Baptist Group Group 4 of the'Women'a Society of the Flrat Baptist Church will hold a food sale at 1M Main street, on Ssturday. June 1 from 10 in the morning .until 4 P. M. Mrs. S. M Reid Is leader of the group. The other - members are: Mesdamea William Charnley. J. G. Coryell, F. S. Usher, J. W. Gold.; smith, G. F. Hoffman. Sarah Hill. George Kennedy..Fred Lyon, D. R. Metcalf. D. D. Mercer, George H. Stark. B. H. Woodward, D. Al- baugh. M. M. Alley. M. Rosch and Miss Agnes Macfarlanc Tim and His Mistress */ Tim Murphy of St. Kevins went over to the Morris anfl Essex Kennel Club Show at MAdison, N. J., and there bad his picture taken with Mrs. E. H. Whiting. Mrs. Whiting is a resident of Scaxsdale. Ardsley-on-Hudson; .Mrs. Alan R. Chalmers, ScarsdaX; Mrs. H. G. B. Dayrell. New Rochelle: Mrs. Fran ­ cis Donaldson. Tuckahoe; Mrs. Car ­ roll Dunham. Irvington; Miss Eliza ­ beth P. Hale. Yonkera: Mrs. W..C. Hicks. Yonkera; Mias Mary F. Hunt. Port Chester: Miss Elolse P. Luquer. Bedford Hills'. Mrs. E. T. Mabley. Hartsdale: Mrs. J. L. Stoltx, Bronxville; Mrs. Harry J. Shaw. Dobbs Ferry; Miss Corrlnne Sherman. Rye: Mrs. Moses Taylor. .Mount Klsco: Miss Susan Waring. Yonksr* Mias Mary S. Brisley; Ex ­ ecutive secretary of the New York Diocese of the C. M. H. was also preaenL Other guests Included Mrs. George H. S. Rowe arid daughter. Eleanor, and Mrs. John P. Herren, of Tarry- town:# Mr#; Conrad Jensen. Har; mon Mrs. J. O. Wheeler. Ossining. Mrs John E.-Speller, White Plains and Miss Helen Taylor of Ham ­ mond. N. Y. MISS DANIEL WAR MOTHERS IS BRIDE OF FLAY BRIDGE H.R. BARRETT AT ELKS CLUB Couple Wed Quietly Thi* i ’ arty Wednesday Afternoon Afternoon at Home of the , For White Plains Chap- Bride ’ s Aunt; Mr. Barrett ; ter of National Or- Member Prominent Family ] ganiazlioM THAT ALERT LOOK! A - WELL - FITTED pair of glasses gives a man that sharp, keen, alert appearance which stamps him as a person\ of wide - awake mind. We will fit you with glasses which conform to vision and facial con ­ tour. WE SPECIALIZE IN PRESCRIPTION WORK J. E. KELLY OPTICIAN 23 years as Dispensing Optician with A. Hsus- tetter, New York 96 Mamaroneck Ave. l.t MONTH SALE Srml-Foroelain launch Seta. Bine Spray design — St pieces. Regular SXSS. Sale price, 81.98. CARD TABLES, strongly made and heavily braced — Bed or Green frames with figured black Moire Leatherette tops. Regular price, lisa Sale price, 3138. Strong useful SMOKE STANDS of the latest designs — 13 Inches high, finished aluminum or gold. Regular IIAA. Sale price, IIJS DAVID S. BROWN (Formerly of Genung's) 101 Mamaroneck Are. White Flaln* 943S A quiet wedding sgill be solemn- 1 lzed this afternoon when Miss Lil ­ lian Ellis Daniel, becomes tho bride . of Henry 'Robertson Bnrrclt, Jr, of North Broadway. The wedding 1 will lake place at the home of Ihe bride ’ s aunt. Mrs. .Ernest H. Lower- . 48 Gedney Esplanade, si 4 o'- j clock. Only members of the Im ­ mediate families will be present. On their honeymoon the young couple will go to Bermuda and on ' their return will make tbelrTlom* at Broadpark Lodge. Mias Daniel has been making her »e In White Plains for about three years, having come north from Texas. Mr. Barrett, who 1s ion of Henry Robertson\ Bar ­ is a graduate of Dartmouth a member of a prominent White Plains family. He holds a law degree from New York Univer ­ sity ahd Is a practicing nttornay In White Plains. ANNOUNCEMENT We invito you to visit our new showroom and offices at 145 Post Road, at Mamaroneck Avenue, to inspect our line of METAL RADIATOR ENCLOSURES COLONIAL FORGED HARDWARE CONCEALED COPPER RADIATORS FANCY DRAPERY HARDWARE * GRILLES AND PERFORATED METAL KLEEK-VU MEDICINE CABWETS C. & C., Inc. wMETAL PRODUCTS White Plains, N. Y, Phone W. P. 2668 Oar Estimate May Save You Money Tog Beomar ” Celebrated At Silver Lake Talmud'Torah Isn ’ t all work as ^ •the forty or so children of the He- Instltute, South Lexington ____ ue. discovered Sunday. It was “ Log Boemor\ the Jewish National Field Day and the children of the Hebrew School of the Institute cele ­ brated It with a picnic In Silver Lake Park. Special buses took the picnickers to and from the pork. The White Plains Chapter of the American War Mothers gave a ben ­ efit cord party at the' Elks' Club bn Wednesday, May 29. The commit ­ tee In Charge .of the affair was Mrs. Catherine Hogan, chairman, rd by Mrs. Loretta Schoonmaker and Mrs. Lena Boyce. Tsa Cards were given ns prizes and the winners were: Miss Ruth Fetz- er. Mrs. Clark S. Tompkins. Mrs Frank Hlruehmann. Mrs. R. W. Hunt. Mrs Fred Hubman. Mra. An ­ son Wlnsor. Those present Included : Mesdam ­ ea Harry Ronaldson. Anson Win- aor,- George Gclbel. , W. F. Losee. M. Gibson. D. Helaney. E. L. Bowk, by, C. D. Pells. Peter Lynch. R. W. Hunt. J. Coasey. Front Von Rein. George Auer. L. W. Boyce. F. F. Fetxer. Richard Major.; J. R. Weld ­ ing, Charles Wright, Clark. “ ToiripMaa. William F. McCabe. Wil ­ liam E-Beattle. K. Holder. J. Ber- mat v XVmism Kelm. R. G. Metz. Eu ­ gene Paul. M. J. Lynch. J. Mc- Crane, I. Meyers. M. K. Hogan, Lo ­ retta Schoonmaker and Misses F. Moore. Katherine Mugphy. Dorothy Geibcl. of White Plains an<J. Misses ‘ Ruth Pel:-r nr-1 t.oulse Fetzer of SHOE FUND * FOR CRIPPLES SETUP HERE White Plains. Council Jewish Women Will Help Little Children at Irving ­ ton House The new board of the White Plains Section. Council of Jewish Women, met Monday'afternoon at the Jewish Community Center, with Uni. Maximilian Well presiding. Plans were discussed for the Party for: the Blind which will be held, sometime during the end of June. Confirmation exercises for the Jew ­ ish children of the Dobbs Ferry Children's Village and Irglngton House will be held during June also at Temple Israel. The four West ­ chester Sections of the Council. ML Vernon. Port Chester, Yonkers and White Plains co-operate In supply ­ ing a Hebrew teacher for theao two Institutions and the confirmation la. held each year In one of the four ” dties menUoned. This year It Is the turn of White Plains to offer Its hospitality to these chlldrenNuid every effort Is being made to ma>g the affair a memorable one. A bridge party Is being planned for the month of July. It was decide^ to establish Shoe Fund with , the three other Westchester Sections for the chil ­ dren at Irvington House. This bom< takes care of cardiac cases and each child when It comes must be equipped with two palre of shoes, a sweater and a pair of rubbers. Used shoes cannot be suited to children because they are U1 lust be fitted carefully if they are permitted to walk at alL It was learned that children ~ ‘ “ Ing shoes of their own wer bed until the proper shoes were pro ­ cured and for this reason the fund to buy shoes -for such children been established. Mrs.' Louis A. Drusa. chairman of the Department of Immigrant Aid and Education gave a very Interest ­ ing report of her visit to Lavsnburg House In New York. Mrs. Druss and her committee are. hard at work arranging an extensive dll- zennhtp campaign in view of the fact that the raise In dues for nat ­ uralisation papers goes Into effect July 1st. The Social Scryice Department. Mrs. Jock Rochlln, chairman Is hard at work and arrangements are being made to lake care of several children that need comp care The other cases are receiving careful at ­ tention. Plans for next year were discussed. Those present Monday were Mrs. Maximilian Weil, president; Mrs. Lausence E. Silverman and Mrs. Theodorp G. Bloomberg, former presidents: Mra Lewis Epstein. 1st vice president and chairman of the Department -of Peace; Mrs. Jacob Mulyrltz, 'recording secretary and chairman of the Department of Civics and Legislation: Mrs. Jack Rochlln. corresponding secretary and chairman of Social Service; Mrs. Josoph Pollack, chairman of Associate Membership; Mra Allison Gordon, chairman of the Child Adoption Committee; Mrs. Dudley D. Doemberg, a director; Mrs. Charles Hlrsch. chairman of Bulle ­ tin; Mrs. Benjamin Stern, chair ­ man of the Finance Committee; lfrs. Benjamin Gllden, chairman of Ways and Means; Mrs. Robert El ­ lis ’ , treasurer; Mrs. Simon Strauss, chairman of Ohe Department for the Blind, and Mrs. Louis A. Drusa chairman. Mrs. Morris Popper and Mrs. Morris Wsssermsn. of the De­ partment of Immigrant Aid Education. World Peace Best Memorial To Soldier Dead, Rev. Pay son Declares In Address To Lions BOYS AND GIRLS WILLCROWD | GAMP SLOANE Traces History of Decoration Day. War Experiences De ­ veloped Men. Citizens Strive for Ideals for Which Soldiers Died. Reservations Indicate Capa ­ city Use of Cdmp — Special Training School at End of Season When Comp Sloane waa bought ut year by the Y. M. C. A, Sun ­ day School Association and Y. W. C. A. of-Westchester and Putnam Counties, for the boya and girls of ___ section of the state, the com- mlttae felt that It would take sev- eral years to flll'the camps to ca ­ pacity. Little did they realize that the equipment would havs-to be en ­ larged before the second season began, and yst this Is what has ac ­ tually happened: A new comp of ten tents and three cabins, to acco ­ modate sixty junlopfrirls from eight to twelve years of age, has been ad ­ ded. Several new tents and two cabins are being erected In th« boys' comp and two new cabins are being added to the senior girls ’ imp. Already 182 campers have enroll ­ ed for the coming season, which be ­ gins on June 29. Many others have written In for Information. The senior girls' camp, under the direction of Miss Eleanor R. Black ­ burn. Is now completely filled for the first period of four weeks, and she now has a waiting list for this period. From present Indications, the second period of four weeks will be full within ten day*. The boys ’ camp enrollment* are far ahead of this same date last year, which means that many Will be dis ­ appointed unless their applications loon sent to the director, Ed- E. Bond. Mis* Elizabeth Ed- land la responsible for the new for junior girls, which al ­ ready has fifty-one enrollments. ive started IgA** 1 Civil where they were served with and candg. let cream ornV cake. Many games were - played and a Jolly time was had by 811. Some of the parents attended also. Mrs. Solomon Sudman was In charge of arrangements. This school Is open every' week day afternoon at three o'clock. In Westchester The Best Definition of QUALITY and SER VICE THE BRIARCLIFF LAUNDRY Telephone Briarcliff CLASS OF 1899 COLUMBIA U. HASREUNION Briarcliff Scene of Thirtieth Anniversary Celebration of Class to Which John Pur- roy Mitchell B^Jongcd if 1899, com The Columbia Claas prising leaders In achievement met at Briarcliff Lodge Wednesday afternoon for their thirtieth reunion. In a speech of welcome to the members, Otto H. Hlnck. 13 Moor* street. New York, president of the class, paid tribute to the igt* John Purroy Mitchell and George Bhret. Jr, who graduated with them thirty year* ago. The committee in chargi ___ eluded: Charles A. Baker. Ernest A. Cardozo, Charles ' H. Elmer, H»nrj C. Eldert. Bernard M. L. ErnsLArthur A. Fowler. Frank 8. HSckett, John S. Harrison. George 8. -Henman. Frederick W. -Hlnricks, Jr, Oscar R. Lichtenstein. Georg* Matthew, Walter L. McDermott, James D. Pell. Frederic K. Seward. ~I. Tuttle. Warren n . Vag it the cloe August 24, the ten day leader ­ ship training school will begin at Camp Sloane and will run through '*■ Labor Dsy. This school will r church school teachers, of ­ ficers and prospective workers. Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. leaders and any others who may be Interested any phase of religious educa- n or other related acUvities. This school Is under the auspices of a special committee of fifteen people representing the eleven counties south of Albany, and also Greater New York and Brooklyn. Twenty-two courses will be offered thery this year and will be taught by leaders of the various denomlna- tlons In this section of the state. Frederick L. Fay, Bronxville, U chairman of tne general committee; Rev. W. P. Moody. Brooklyn. Is the dean; Miss Elizabeth Edland. Pleasantvlllr, registrar; Miss Au ­ gusta Kempe. Tuckahoe, secretary; W. H. Baxley. Pleasantvllle. busi ­ ness executive; Rev. Murray Cayley, New Rochelle, dean charge of the men. and Mias Mary Dennlston of New York City, dean In charge of womem Two hundred student* can be accommodated dur- ten day period. ' BETA PI MU ’ DANCES AT - BRIARCLIFF Young People .Enjoy One of ! the Most Successful Social Events of the Season on. Wednesday Nigbt , Beta Pi Mu held one of the most successful dances of the high school year Wednesday evening at Briar- cliff Lodge Casino. About thirty couple* attended the affair. Briardtf aCslno was well ated In slmulaUon of a stgrry night with the effulgence of electric stars Illuminating the dancers. Consplcu- » they carried out It is for us be willing to live by th{ pre ­ cepts that they showed and which they carried on in the battle.\. Dr. Payson then told or the his ­ tory of Memorial Day, He , scribed that It may have i from an old German i brought Into vogue during^ ” *ar and thereafter when the Oer- hn soldiers who fought In the Union army, stole out to do tbflr dead eamrad«q honor by decorating tho graves. But, even though the day was not generally adopted until the form#- Uon of the G. A. R, many of the states had begun to remember their soldier dead and bold special V Henry C. Carpenter, Howard Chapman. Xaloastsr Durham. My­ ron 8, Falk. Henry Fisher, Philan ­ der H. Godwin. Percy K_ Hudson. William C. Morrill. Harold H. Od- Roost and Hewlett Scudder. In the astral scheme was tho . sorority plaque. In qrder to offset * thgatmosphere of the wiltry even- ^gT'at frequent Intervals {afresh- ------- wer# served. The dance it 1:30. Rev. Dr. O. H. Payson. pastor the Greenridge Congregational irch was the speaker Wednes ­ day before the Lions' dub at th*4r meeting held Instead of Thursday because of the holiday. Dr. Payson chose as his than* • discussion of \Why We Have Memorial Day\ and In his brief re- niork* pointed out to the gathering the reason for Memorial D%. Its conception. Its meaning to the country and what it should teach as an example. ip and everlasting peace. In which the United States should be securing would b* luting memorial to those ' gave their Uvea for the cause of defense of home and coun- T.\ he declared. \ v “ We must remember that these boy* who went to war developed their personalities and great char ­ acteristics through the privations that they experienced. There sacri ­ fice did not mean anything to them. They stood for the great Ideas, the integrityof the union, the protec ­ tion of the oppressed and with the slogan ahead of them to make the world safe for democracy, they gladly laid down their lives for the ------- they believed right. Is for u*.V Dr. Payson id, “to take a lesson from these boys, who gave their all and len General Logan- of the GAR- Issued the order soon after the Civil War for the obeervance of a. Memorial Day, In which the citizens of the community were In ­ vited to Join. It wu generally thought that May 30 wu chosen, because It wu on that day that the but volunteer of the Union army celved his honorable discharge. William Stearns and the School tutor's quarter provided th« en- > testalnment. bath the soloist and the group rendering s priate to \ William Murphys At Summer Home- Visiting Kenney* ______ ________ spend the _ week-end st Bridgeport. Cantu as the guests of Mr. Murphy's broth ­ er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Kenny. They win stop at th* Kenney summer home, at Pleasure Beach. Miss France# Murphy spent Decoration Day u. the guest of her sister. Mrs. Wil ­ liam Cuddy. 181 Peningo street. Port Chester. Mis* Katherine Mur ­ phy leaves tonight for r e will v Miss Grace Y oufl^sters ^Entertain At School Gosing Mr. and Mrs; Charles V Ralph avenue are spending W* week-end at the home of Mr. Wil ­ liam's mother. In Chatham, N. T. Mrs. A J. Crowley of DavU avw nus. I* spending a few day* at the Crowley summer home at IM* Kltchewan. New York. £ Mra. William Morris OllbsrW of Yonkers, hu been the gusat of her daughter, Mr*. Monmouth 8. O. Mr. and Mra W. J. Whit* of 1U North Broadway left lut fcrpday on a motor trip to California. In Miss Dorothy' Dudley eloelng of- her. kindergarten school _____ ___ _ ______ _ _____ _ ____ on Wednesday afternoon at the Name. Mortis Wormser. Hans Zinas 'school on Lawton avenue. May Pole party. Uttle Miss Ann Far ­ ley. daughter of Mr. and Mra Cob vln Farley of Greenacres aver White Plains, wu Que*n of May, and Jackie Dugan, son. Mra Joseph Dugan, of .33 River “ \ a the kin*. Each kwood Smyth?, Ralph Fold** .................... \ IfcarwUI*. of Whit# months. , be gone sov-sfjl Mra Chari#* Smith and M ra K- B. Boragt both ot Harvard Oo«* ora leaving Monday for Oeoa* Grove. N. J, they will b* Jotsod he week by Mrafce^J _____ Groan N- J„ « Mr. and Mra David 8* Boyar. Of Church strut. Mr* Cornell* «*w- In. and Mra Johh Herney of- Bur- Ung place. CWdaey “ , Orow an<l-than th* remainder of tho m Ml

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