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THE PBNSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY HORNING. APRIL 29, 1919
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Vcn: LT;c7 tosn Ccnlitr Ycrtcrihy
- WJth cMcst" ttr vssis ess
which to reach their gust,
and wft S1U,5S of that scunt to
date, ? tjie pKambia Sit7
liberty Lan - osctmlttxs. of which
tfra Hunter tSS l tfeW. tl
fuiiy nHM t iwems win
more than Mfo over the top' in e
liberty lan drive. The people pro
awakening mors to the real peed of
the necessity of successfully carrying
through the gylve and Wt
wonderful patrjetlg response.
Yesterday wai a. splendi y at ths
tent for Mra. T. T?t Prsnt gn pr
porps of Workers, fSPOrt " tffwlp
more thn 9 56.7(0 betag subscribed.
Ssliciting hao begun this weslf and
more workers art urgently needed. ;
Miss Mollle Prept is captain for to
day, with Mrs. H. N. Manning, Mra.
Alt rt Whittsd, lltsses Florenoa and
Marjorie pierpont, If rs. Tracy. Mra.
R. H. Turner. Jdiss Bulla Avery. Mra.
Filo Turner and Mrs. Xe Clarka as
her corpa of workers. ,
MANV ENJOY 0FFIC3R3 AND
STUDENT C7FIC8RS DANC3
AT COUNTRY C UP.
More than a hundred pieata includ
ing rvlce and civilian society
Joyed the delightful danee given at
the Country riMh Saturday nisht v
officerf and student officer from the
Penscpls naval air station, A splen
did program, of d myslQ was ren
dered by a selected orohes'ra and
sandwiches apd punch were served
during the evening. .
Included among society ; girla from
town attending were: Misses Elisa
beth and Carrie Moreno, Pelores and
Peth Brownson, " Eieor MHchstt.
Jespie Knewlee, Jane punham. Ella
Vaughn Patterson of New York city;
Polly Cata. of Poston, yeomanstte at
the naval air atation: Mary Peggs.
Clam Pepper. lura, Joulse and Con -siieila
Cafiero, Gladys. Elrolre Bell.
Irma Graham. Vera G . nf Pdna and
Alma Finch. Elizabeth Fieher. Cath
erine ElUen, Mr. and Mra. Frank
Courtney, of Mobile, and Lieutenant
and MrT Henry . Hllton-Oreen. Mr.
and Mra. W. S. Keyaer acted aa chap
eronea. PrtftSBYTERIAN LADlUt FRESENT
WOMAN'S HOME WITH
TESTAMENT . . t ,
A : thn'trhtfiil . anil haant1n1 . mitt
which was.mosCwelvt eld
tadies of The Wdman'sHome, was the
handsome tstatmnt nis-id r ta
thom . rasterday afternoon by th
Junior and Wee Folks Mission Bands
of the First Presbyterian church, Mrs,
A. S. MofTett and Miss Catherine Mq
Lane, ..president ot the band, making
the.' preseattlon." ' -
"MAY DAY" DANCE AT SAN
CARLOS THUnSpAYr
Tickets are fast being sold and
elaborate pisna have been completed
for .the "May pay" dance being given
by Company "X." of the Patriotic
League at thS Sah Carlos. Thursday
evening, beginning at I o'clock. Musla
wil be furnished by O'Brien MottaS
orchestra. A cordial invitation is ex
tended everyone to attend.
IMPORTANT MEETING COMPANY
"D," PrtlDAV ICHT. J
'An Important meeting of Company
"P. of the Patriotic League, under
ths- isaderahip of Miss JaanJe Knowlea.
wiybe held in the league rooms Fri
day evening at 7 o'clock. The leader
requests that every member be present.
. EASTS ft HOLIDAY CELCCRATIONS
AT STATB WNIYBRSITY.
A number of brilliant eslebrations
? have hrightened the Eastsr. holiday
seon - for the atudsnt body of the
stats University, Gainesville, this year,
one of the most enjoyable of the affairs
being the teth annual hi? Caster hall
given by the Eeta-CaU chapter tf the
Kappa-Alpha fraternity at the SBcs
club en the evening of Frtiay las, at
which a number of Pensaeollane were
Invited as guesta '
"Many Peneacol boys are atteadlng
the university this year, araen)
being Montrose XrehL WlUiaei
lets. Howard Mayes, Fred Mailer.
Hartman. Louis Tstem and nclnaid
Xsiiva. ,
INITIATION TEAM DAUGHTERS.
OF ISABELLA MEET THIS
AFTERNOON. :
The tnltUUsa team at the K. ef C
hall this aftemoes) at 1 oVcX Itx sw-
hearsmu A full attendanco n
Richardzcn
end nctbir
70s per Ccn
A
tern? ovse t r- rrt.
rets cetamunleAtlsne U asU
J :'-.Jv ,-;.
JH3 CW HACOONFIELD.
Cy TIC?nf J, Murray, -I
lng of JUaiWflel Waat craey'a
tow
Whoso na3 W) MClont Whep the
British George
Flung -He-xii (ooia and atajwart
English blood
Acrooa the ocean leagues to hia far
lanaa
That plaatd n re4 rabemoa; Tortea
fawned - -
In Pcan'i green country town on tftla
great hoat t
And, stooping, begged their Excellen
cies' wtSh. -
The winter pa sd in revelry and
aong, :
And all the captured eitye window
burned. '
While hall and tavern throbbed with
mellow mirth i '
But, past the Engliah outposts. Valley
-:- forge
Shrank in an Iron winter's" harsh em
brace. Its loyal legions looking o'er the
snow,
Tom by the double foes of want and
cold. . . .
Then turned the tides of war and east
; ward fled ,
The fos to troopship9 at the Hudson1
mouth; ,
Through sylvan Haddonfleld arms
and the men V. , .
Thronged " the King's highway, labeled
. then aa now, -Under.
some pleasant trees that have
outlived - j-
The fleeing enemy and valiant friend;
Beneath their branches floated battle-
flags ;
Stained .with defeat to travel over-
Leaving
flag.
behind an empire and a
The asp' stirred In these trees a hun
dred springs.';: ..-' i
And In their shads men talked and
trooped to wars. - v
Long afterward, near by, a temple
reared - -,.
Whose screen flashed moving Alms
of battle-tides
Of puppet regiments ' on peaceful
fle!d9,
V t-'
f. rnhf toS .C. V
tw W anger ai. w nww .TOw,
And would recall from ont the years
a scene ;'. .:.':'-. -To
render' pitiful' this mimic fray.
When In the dust-clouds of retreating
foei ' i-
Faded the royal hopes of high emprise.
Again beneath tho lordly treee there
swims' .,v;v
The crimson flag of England last
- 'descried ': '.. ." ' - ' l
Fadin? far above the sullen lines:
But now, allied In Freedom's holy
; Cause, 4 J ; :..' :- '
On twirling motor care the colors
5 awim .
The starry banner and the Union Jack.
CALLED MEETING G. I. A.
TO B. OP L. E.
- A called meeUcg of the G. I. A. to
the P. of L. E.. will he held at the
W. O. W. hall on West Romana street
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All
members are urged to be present.
MRS. A. H. GREEN HOSTESS TO
DORCAS SOCIETY THIS
AFTERNOON.
' The Dorcas Society of the Knox
Presbyterian church, will meet , with
Mrs. A. H. Green at her heme, X
East Lee street, this afternoon at
o'clock. A full attendance Is urged.
MR. AND MRS. L C GREEN
ANNOUNCE eiRTH OP A
DAUGHTER.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Green, ef New
Terk city, have many friends in Pen
aacoia who will he cordially Interested
In the announcement by them of the
birth ef a little daughter at their horns
on Sunday, April 27th. Mrs. Green was
formerly Miss Veronica McHugh. of
Peneaeola. : . . - -.n
HIGH 8CHOOU SET ENTERTAIN
WITH DANCE AT SAN CARLOS.
The high school set will entertain
With one of their delightful dances at
the Qaa Carlos on the evening of Fri
day, beginning at ; IS o'clock. Muaic
Will ho furnished by O'Prlen'a or.
ehestra.
: no mm WM !0 mo "
t - .-
&cr CO Ct Tcra IZCzi ta Ps3 CZ3 Ess C?ta Vet
eJ Frci Jlzxr ca TO Crisni Pr -U7.
sss
win cars ISahuta.
CaiSs
laOrirrTlt k
r!3oa Fwvar. Cells.
sad lAOrirre.
causes the In
klf the esrssms that
k tzt U le nest dy ssaiedy we
avl tt C taUc ss a' teste the fever
cj r'A z.nu saa txxa tzi watie
tae t-nrer is a r eu.
EfJJOY CICrjIC AT
-or;;rrwcpD."
Mrs. Walter "EL Coney chaperoned a
jolly party on a delightful picnic at
"Drif twoed,' on Cayou GflUde. Cat.
nrtfyv Thof who anioyed the day
wffo Florence rierpont, Mary esxith-
wck, Ce,$trn Mcltne. L.ydia Malone.
Dorcthy rorpea, caipumia eupiette.
jT4aDtth Aiken. Eapeth Edwards
and Jamie Pease,
INITIATION OAUGHTgft OF
I SAD ELLA AT K. OF C HAUL,
WGCaCCOAY mSHT.
.. Members of the Daughters of Un,
Pella and el oandlgates for Initiation
will maet at the of C. hall for the
initiation exercises At 7 o'clock Wed
ftopday evening- 4 It Is urged that every
snamber and candlite bf presept.
ANTE . N U rri At COU RTCSY
FCn MIW KUCELMAN.
Among the many pretty ant)-npptai
eonrtoslep being planned for Miss Sadie
Kugeiroen, fair June bfideslecL is
the mtaoellaneoue ehowar to he gjysn
In he? honr en Wednesday evening at
o'clock, by Miaa Panla Hirschko
yftav Ha.se l Jscohy, Eva PerUn and
Sylvia Kahn, who will b among tne
members of the bridal party, at the
homo of Mrs. MJrockeyltz on Worth
spring etrosL
PERSONAL MENTION.
Mas, Alex DJOn, who has been vis
iting In New Orleans, is expected to
return home the IsM pf the week.
. Friends Of Mies Laois Stuckey, who
has been 111 at the Pensacola hospital.
will ho ghtd to know that she. has
returned to her home. SIS North Guil
lemarde street, where she is continu
ing to rapidly Improve,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Simpson and
Jlttle son, Chas, Fltagerald, have , re
turned to their country home at Ar
cadia Farms, eftey sedlng the weA
end in the city as the guests of pr
and Mrs. H. I Simpson at their, home.
20 West Belmont street? .
Mr. and Mrs. C Ranee have re
turned to the city after a short stay
n ?Tew Orleans.
. Mrs. M- Stuckey Is In Columbia, S. C
where she was called by the llhtesa
of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Hey,
Whose friends will be glad to know la
reported as much Improved. ,
Mr, and Mrs. Walter C. Tonga, who
had apartments with Mrs. W. W,
Whitfield, at her home on East Gon
zales street, have moved to "the home
rormeriy occupiea' oy mr, ana r.
Terrell Covington 40T West DeSolo
street. Mrs. Tonge and little daughter.
who are visiting relatives In Mont
gomery, expect to return to Ptnsaco'a
next week-
Mrs. Terrell ' Covington and eon a
Terrell, Jr., and John, are spending
a short tmte, at the home or Mr. ana
Mrs. J. C Green, lit West Oonxales
Street, before going to Asheville. N.
C where they WH1 Join Mr. Coving
ton, who Is enggged in business there,
to hake their home.
Mrs. Lo Roy Kell. after spending the
winter in Pengacola with her parents.
Mr. and Mra. W. H. Smith. 218 Bast
Gadsden etreet, has departed for her
home In PaHlmore. where she will be
joined by Lieut Nell. U. S. N, who
arrives on a short leave of absence.
She will later go to New York to bo
With Lieut. Neil, who Is stationed on
board ship there. . .
Captain L P. Eldridge, who formerly
resided In Pensacola. has many friends
hero woo will be interested in the fol
lowing; QspL L F. rdrldse of the
put t- r -
Do not
mtterl with
a shuddering
areaa tne beautiral si
t tt ehlMhlvtlk.
Tou can avoid dlsoemrort during the
period and strain at the erlsJa by preear.
lag your system and putting yourself in
splendid eendiuen to meet the time.
For lust this BurDOse women an over
the land. In every waft of life, have used
for over half a centurv the tlnM-hononul
end famous remedy, Mother's Friend . it
up pwn io give ua momer-vo-se utat
aurect neip she neess. Ths muscles.
nervss. tendons and oerda are made and
Kept soft and elastic Thus strain is
avoided, and as a result nervottsaesa
sjr-Sjewa and atretehhuc
TPs aMomtnal mvaeies axnand eajdir
ua nnuy wnen naoy is nora. rtatnrauy.
raw - is mss and tne noars are fewer.
The system Is prepared end the crisis
n u rawca im osnsjsr.
Writs the Bradfiels SMulAta ftimnii
. . . . i . .... .
Sis. far their baleful l&thwhnd timW
and obtain a bottle of Mother's Frien
from the druggist today. It is just m
ataaaard as anything yon can think of.
Ana remember, there Is nothing- te
V 3K rsr rale
but
Xws, ft
ts a ri.
IHtlM tM m.
Civtaw a-, aatnral.
heal, ay eemrleatio
t"'.-iv '
S right e with their work with as
kr t ssiag salivated. dv, ' "
r-.-.-..yJj
2Sth Engineers. Is spending several
week on the forest which he left as
feeest supervisor ' when he Joined the
army early in the war. : He has now
received his appointment' as district
Assistant femster. and will soon go
with his family to take up hia work in
Washington. Cptata Eldrldge's pres
ence on the forgot at this time is being
fAken full advanuxe of by Supervisor
L L. Pishop. t being hip ftrst oppor
tunity to learn direct all the plans
and hopes ths captain had for Florida
when he was supervisor. Mr- Sldrjdge
spent seventeen months during the war
In the Landes regions ef Prance, and
w cams most Intimately in touch with
tho Fyeoh turpentining Industry. His
observations and experiences there are
proving of : the greatest benefit in the
planning of the future of the forest.
He now foes even greater things ahead
for Florida, end Is busying himself
making definite Plans for their accom
plishment, it is expected that the cap
tain will ho in Florida until the end of
May.
Misses Alberta pourtelee. Mollle
and Adrienno Benches and Ruth Mc-
Kenxle, who went to Milton with the
"Mikado" cast, stayed over for. a de
lightful week-end visit as the guests
Of MIS Ruth Gentry, returning to
Pensaeoia Sunday night.
Prlnede of ' Mrs, . Prank Lewis, who
has betn quite ill t her home. S2i
North 15th avepue. will he delighted
to leam that she M much improved. ;
Mr, end Mra. Petsr. Prown. of
Mohlie, ere visions for a week in the
city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
James Kelly, at their home on West
Romana street.
Mr. H. W. Conn, V, S- N., C. C. S.,
of the U, 8. S. Birmingham, left yes
terday gt noon for Boston. Mesa., after
enjoying a delightful furlough In the
city as the guest of his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. JTW. Conn, at their home,
lid East Gregory street ,
Mr. M. A. Touert, Jr of New Or
leans, IS spending a few days In the
city, registered at the San Carlos.
Mr. and Mrs, D. R. Curtis, of Birm
ingham, are visiting In Pensacola, and
during their stay are making their
home at the San Carlos.
-. Lieutenant and Mrs, Lloyd Hammer
and Ensign George Hammer left last
week for Houston, Texas, where they
will make their tome. Lieutenant and
Ensign Hammer, who have been placed
on Inactive duty, have business Inter
ests there. Lieutenant Hammer, who
was stationed at the Pensacola .naval
air station, and hia charming . wife,
whom ho : brought to the city as a
bride from Wisconsin, during their
stay in Pensacola made many friends
and were very popular in service and
civilian society. Sincere regret has
boon expressed at their departure.
Among guests registered at the San
Carlos are Messrs. I C. Foster, of
Now OrleahSr end J; F, Hardy, of
Birmingham.
Mr. and Mrs." A. J. Adams, of Los
Angeles, CaL, are visiting in Pensacola
for a abort time, and while here are
stopping at the San Carlos.
Mrs J. A. Ieese has returned to her
boms In Boone, Iowa, after visiting in
the city for the past several weeks
an ths guest of her sisters. Mrs, W. H.
SmKh and Miss Julia Hahn, at their
home. 218 past Gadsden street. On her
return she , was accompanied by Miss
Hahn. who will spend some time as
her guest before returning to the city.
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Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Hicks are en
tertaining as guests at their home on
East Jackson street. Mrs. Dave Over
meyer, of Topeka, Kan., and Mri.' and
Mrs. Eldo and Mr. Carney Hicks, of
Barth, Fla., for several days.
Friends are extending a most royal
welcome home to Walter M. Whitwell.
U. S. A, who has been mustered out
of the service and has Just arrived
from Camp peyens. Mr. Whitwell,
who is making his home with his sis-
tar, Mrs. A. prown at East Pensacola
Heights, recently arrived in New York
after nine months service overseas.
Have You Seen e Geyser?
After spouting a geyser is as quiet
as Sunday In a Canada town, and re
mains o until the cavity fijls up with
water to a certain point, then she
spouts again. Jt is much the same
with a bilious attack. AH goes well
after an attack for a certain time, in
fact, you can say truthfully that you
never felt better in your Ufe, and per
haps on the following day when the
attack is on that you never felt worse.
If you are . a close observer you will
notice that you have no appetite be
fore the attack came on hut ate as
usual because it was meat time. If
you take three of Chamberlain's Tab
lets as soon as your appetite fails you
may be able to avoid the attack. Try
it Adv. " -y-'
PENSACOLA GIRL
CHRISTENS SHIP
AT TEXAS YARD
Miss Frances Christie of this city,
christened : the five-masted barkentine
City of Lafayette at the yard of the
International Ship Building Co., at
Orange, Texas, last Thursday - after
noon. Miss Chrsitie is the daughter
of John F. Christie, general manager
of the yard.
Aids to Miss Christie were Miss Vera
Eckles,' Miss Barbour, Mrs. Ernest,
Miss Kate Christie and Miss Turpin.
The City of Lafayette is 317 feet
over-all, 279 feet between perpendicu
lars, with a breadth of -46 feet, a mould
ed depth of 25 feet and a depth of hold
of 21 feet, 9 Inches. She was con
structed under the direction of Super
intendent J. I piudworth.
Four other ships are on the ways at
the International yard.
An itching skin kept mind jfrom work
FOR INSTANT RELIEF
Last night yon hardly slept a wink through that tormenting itch
and now today your work is seriously affected and away behind through
the same complaint. Get rid of that annoying trouble by anointing the
inflamed part with Resinol Ointment. Quicker results are generally
obtained by first cleansing the part with Resinol Soap. Both soap and
ointment contain a healing and soothing medication that usually gets
right in and arrests the trouble properly.
w triml fm0 mm
s. aTgiPflas KaVs S9ssP9 vffis
healthful form of exercise golf is in
A-l. As an invigoratino;, healthful
delicious Lime Cola is in the same
Zlads of pure ingredients flavored with
the jcice of ripe limes and put up in spark
Kssly eksa ccttks, Iiss Cola is wholescssa
Ak for JAme Cola toherever good
drinks ere served. DctUcs esly.:
Far Bturnins Eczema
Greasy salves and ointments should
not be applied if good dear akin is
wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or
$1.00 for large size, get a bottle of Zemo.
When applied as directed it effectively
removes eczema, quickly stops itching;
and heals skin troubles, also sores,
burns, wounds and chafing. It pene
trates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo ia
a clean, dependable and inexpensive,
antiseptic liquid. Try it. as we believe
nothing you have ever used is as effec
tive and satisfying.
ThsP, W.SoMCoCIcvclaad.0. .
The tug Simpson, towing the barge
Geo. T. Lock, and schooner Maud S.
Dudley, cleared yesterday for Mobile
where the Dudley and Locjc will be
placed in dry dock for repairs and
overhauling. .
"BLUE BIBBON" TALKS.
Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon are al
ways satisfactory. Used by the best
cooks.
JJesr and takes less."
WOMAN CRIED WITH PAIN.
Thousands or women work today whil
suffering' from kidney or bladder ail
ments that can be relieved. Mrs. I
Wavue. 2725 3rd St.. Ocean Park, Cal..
writes: "I had te sit down during ray
housework. My back ached so, also my
nip painea me so 1 used to cry out, the
pain was bo great. Now t am thankful
to say that Foley Kidney PlUs rid Me ot
u my pain.' Backache, sore muscles,
fttiff swollen Joints, rheumatlo pains are
indications of kindney trouble. Foley
Kianey puis are sere and reliable. They
onng quicic results., sold everywhere.
The F. F. Bingham auxiliary three.
mast schooner, Doughboy, recently
completed at the Bingham yards here.
cleared yesterday afternoon for Porto
Hico on her maiden voyage. ' She la
JumDer jaaen. ,
CjIT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY
w x Aiisa Tttis. cut out this slip,
enclose with 6c and mail it to Foley A
Co.. 2835 Sheffield Ave., Chicago. nL,
writing- your name and address clearly,
rou will receie in return a trial package
containing Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound for coughs. . colds and croup;
Foley Kidney Pills for pain in sides and
back; rheumatism, backache, kidney and
bladder ailments; end Foley Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic, for constipation.
biliousness, headache, and sluggish
bowels, sold everywhere. -Adv.
1Ti..iiI f TTr infl TTIn
Wi.rf at .11 ilian.u.
I Bar b. V
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Resirto
O WN YOUR HOME i
Investigate our pl&r j
Pensacola Home acd 3Yi39
Association. ' ' I
ROX
Kodak Finishing Pioturs Premlne
Kodak and Films Anseo Cameraa!
"Let Us Make You l!s!a
Good With a Kcisi."
REYNALDS MUSIC IJ0U3E
The Parlor Market
"Horns of All That's Purs'
Fresh Western Meats
POULTRV, CCOS AND GREKN
OPtOCKRieg
1TV PHON KS ITS
DAVIS AUTO REPAIR CO.
Automobile Repairing;
Washing, Polishing, Stores
, 21 W. Romana St.
Paper Hanging,
Painting & Decorating
Johnson & Frederickson
Phone 502. 16 W. Government.
Mayes' Printing Co.
Office Supplies
17-19 W. Government
' Phone 181
Build a Home First !
Campaign Now On in.
Pensacola.
Stearns Lumber Co.
Chattman's Electrical Shoe Shop
For Quick and Reliable Work
Warrington, Fla.
J max Try a Pound of
WARFIELD'S
COFFEE.
Phone 15C3.
E. B. Hoffman & Son
SELLING OUT
Best Goods, Lowest Prices. ,
57 East Gregory. Phone 825
Elebash Jewelry Co,
Jewelers and Opticians
Successors to '
Peter Lindecstruth r 1
112 S. PaJafox St. Phone 713
1
Notice to Ice Consnaers . '
Our wasone are eaulDsed with seslesr
and consumers will i-lease exact serreot
wei(Hi uh rvjiort any biwiii 1 1 w mm I
SOUTHERN UTILITILJ CO.
PENSACOLA ICE COMPANY .
Send Your Old Shots to . ,
West End Shoe Store
For Rest and Neatest Wcri 3,
Repairs. All Work GstesdS
321 North DeVilUer Street .
Phone 20S2
London Wcolon TJflb
Made to Yccr ZslrUsal Order
117 Ssttth aalas Stress
YOUR FALL SUI-T
515 an
McCann's Tiro and
Repair Shop
Phone 404
113 North Palafox Street
Pensacola Launch Cl Zla-
chiss Co.
WILLARD SERVICE STATION
WilUrd 8torsgs Dstteries and Rs
pairs of all Mskss
Catteries
Tpe Sets Msrins Wsys -Mschlne
- : Chop n Csnwsstlssj.' -
JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON;
Paintina:, Paperha&siss csd
Decoratinj .
16 West Government Street
Phone 534 '
GOODYEAR
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111 Ncrth Pclrfcs. VZztfC13
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