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World-Wide Newt Corer. f e Given Impartially by Associated Press Hope VOLUME 41—NUMBER 26 Star -HOPE, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1939 ' The Weath* ARKANSAS-Fair, slightly eoMei? in southeast portion Monday night} Tueslay fair, warmer In west and ceft* tral portions. PRICE 5c COPY EARTHQUAKE ON WEST COAST First Rail frncc i—— — , iv r» • *„<. ,~zr~~r: <~ i-SET First Red Cross Report Monday at NoonShows $117 City -Wide Campaign Is Underway — 1,100 Memberships Sought CITY'S QUOTA IS 685 Reports to Be Published Daily As Drive Progresses The [irsl report of a city-wide: Red Cross mcjnbcr.sbip canvass, tabulfitcd sit noon Monday, showed ?H7. Other reports will follow diiily until the meiiibei.ship quota of 1,100 is reached. Tlie city's quota is 085 members, the rui-iil area, '115 members. Fifty cents ol every membership ROCS to the legiuna! office ;il St. Louis the biiluncc remaining in Kcmpstcad county for relief work. A liouse-to-hou.se canvass is being made in the city under the leadership ol Ward chairmcns. The cfimpaign in the business area is being conducted by Chcc! Hall. Miss Beryl Henry will conduct the drive in Hie city's .schools; John Gut- brie the industrial plants of Hope; ;md "/cisenberger the rural district. Workers are urged to report all fund to the Red Cross office, third floor ol First National Bank building, The first report: Mrs. John L. Wilson . . <S100 N. P. O'Neal ................... . ....... "5.00 Martha Cnntley ............................. 1.00 Union Compress .......... ; ........... J.o.00 Cecil Dennis ................. . 1 00 Hillards Cafe ........... "....^.'..,1'..". 1.00 1.00 l'oO 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1,00* 1,00 100 Donald Moore Curb Market P. J. Drake O. L. Bowdcn O. K. Barber Shop Patterson's Cash Store IVjn-c,'' McEao,. Sr. .... Morgan & Lindsey Royce Smith David Davis ................... Roy Lewis ............ N. w. page ........................ J. N. Kobbs ..... . i oo W. S. Hobbs .............. ' ........ "."" I'M J. E. Hobbs ................................ 1.00 G. A. Hobbs ................................ 1.00 Harry Hawthorne Jewell Moore ...... Aubrey Bailey ... Howard Bycrs Frank Douglas Harold Williams Leo Robins ........... Leo Ervin ............................. Hope Star ........... : ............. " "\ Edward Schoolcy .......!. ..'Z''. Mi.s-s Ora Mac Moody Shipley Studio .................. .... Rosa Hiirric ....; .......... Chcekci-cd Cafe ............... Walker's Store ............ Slar Barber Shop ............ ]"''i Jean Lascler J. C.' Hall ...... !r'"7Z" ...... Marie Kent ............... ."".'.' A. E. Slonqui'sl ............. Lawson E. Glover .......... "^.'. C. A. MonLs ............ ............ Paxton Jordan . • K. I'. Stewart K. V. Mt-Faddin ........ 'Jr. A. J. Neighbours .... ".... lJi-s. Crow & Crow Dr. J. II. Weaver Dr. F. D. Henry W. K. Lcmley ....... ZZ'Z! Ifoyacc Wcisonbcrjjcr ...... Genie Chamberlain Syd Mi-Math J. W. Franks '.....' ...".'. ...... H".v Stephenson .......... Lloyd S|ienccr ... Hyron Evans Garland Darwin Orville Oylesby ...... . Z..Z. Hope Confectionery Kales Beauly & Gift Shop I allcr.son's Shoe Store Franks Fruit Store Wesson Millery R. L. Gosnell .' ........ .'...'.' ..... Capital Barber ......... W. O. HCCMC .................. .. Bully C'onway E. C. Brown ..... George Griffin A. E. Slusser ... ''"..'. Dudley Flour & Feed Co. Williams Liquor Store Dick Walkins .. E. M. McWilliams J. L. Green, Cleaners ... J. C. Penny Co Pete Oliver ......... ".,"".' Utlio Barnes F. H. Pope ...... V.;...; ;;; ... Shop 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 12.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.1)1) 1.00 I.IK) 1.01) 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.01) 1.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 u - .......................... $117.00 rinns going loo per cent were, J. L G'-ccn, Cleaners, R. L. Gosnell, Hope Star, Moore & Hawthorne, Hobbs Grocery, Crescent Drug Co A & P store, McRae Hardware, Shipley stud- It is not advisable to use gasoline .'.s a cleaner on an automobile finish ln-rau.se it will dull tbc/injah. A Thought By taking revenge, a man is hut oven with his enemy, but in pass- Mi ig ijver it. he is superior.- -Bacon. Red Cross Gives Tornado, Windstorm, Flood Relief In 19 Arkansas Counties During Past Fiscal Year jlAWHENCE , 1 , I CHAIGHtAD INOIMNDINCC' / L !_ r -( WOODRUFF I ST. MANCIS r«AHIt | . I I COUNTIES «ec£ivwc »EO CKOSS TOKNADO «OIEF : r • ' i ^-*' J L_5 J JX.:d:.J2._L.J COUNTIES HECEIVING *EO CROSS WINOSTOKM «£LI£F COUNTIES RECEIVING RED CROSS FLOOD RELIEF Jnne 3 relief. According; and shelter ;r;s ±r;,* ° i , ^^'^^'^^^^^ 's^zx IDrniKnini* APmtnaf lnn<»l ft«™IB*Iniv AAII!M.MA). J nMil tttmnll AD witl. ««.* * ii » « "• —* ••*• •«• \>avui>n nt and supplies wherever family resources could seriously injured or killed ' Bobcats to Meet Clarksville Here Pine,Bluff and Little Rock Prepare for Annual Contest LITTLE ROCK—(/P)—That classic of classics—the Pine Bluff Zebras against the Little Rock Tigers—take top billing this week in (he Arkansas high school football conference. The annual battle will be fought out at Pine Bluff Saturday with the Zebras favored to win their eighth straight conference mixup against no defeats. Little Itoek, Fort Smith, Hope and Uussellvillc — each defeated once— are hoping for a Tiger victory to make the championship race a wide open affair again. All other games on the card arc set for Friday.;, Hot Springs comes to North Little Rock to tackle the tough Wildcats. Camden invades Fordycc. Forrest City stays at home to battle Ru.sscl!vif!c. Ulythcvillc entertains South Bend, Ind. El Dorado goes against Nashville at El Dorado. Hope and Clarksville tange at Hope. Rcnton plays Little Rock Catholic here. Tin- Standings LITTLE ROCK—I/I')—Standings and .statistics of Ihc Arkansas high school football conference November 10: Teams— \V. Pine Bluff 7 Little Rock 1 Hijpc 3 Fort Smith 3 Russcllvillc 2 El Dorado 3 North Little Rock i Hot Springs ,'i Blytheville 2 Benton 1 Clarksville 0 Forrest City (I Camden (I 0 0 Grid Career Ends for Sonny Murphy Substitute Hope Quarterback Undergoes Appendix Operation The high school football career of Lcroy (Sonny) Murphy, substitute Hope quarterback and son of Mr. ancl Mrs. S. L. Murphy, was brought to an end Sunday when he underwent an operation at Josephine hospital fo; an acute attack of appendicitis. The operation was performed at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Reports from the hospital Monday said he was **f lr»i n n f \t-\n " 'doing fine." Loss of Murphy leaves Coach Byrd Expedition to Start Tuesday Snow-Cruiser Arrives in Boston—Ship to Sail at Noon BOSTON, Mass.— (/P)— Admiral Richard E. Byrd decided Monday to start the United States Antarctic Expedition's ship North -Star on the first leg of her voyage at noon Tuesday, shortly after the expedition's giant snow cruiser rolled into Boston after its mis- hap-inlorruplcd cross-country trek from Chicago. > Fny Fordyce Jonesboro L. 0 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 2 1 1 •1 •1 T. 0 I) 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 1 1 0 0 .0 Pel. 1.000 .800 .750 .750 .G6G .GOO .571 .500 .100 .333 .250 .000 .000 .000 .000 Leading Scorers Player- Rob Hutson, Pine Rowland, Hot Springs 7 Foiiner, North L. R li Lcftwich, Pine Bluff G Moore, Ben ton fa' Warrington, Blytheville . 5 E. Kceton. Russellvillc 4 Jojics. Fort Smith •) Ellen, Hope 4 Td. Ex.P. TIs, Bluff 8 0 48 44 42 39 33 26 25 24 Games this week: Little Rock at Pine Bluff, Saturday Rock at Hot Springs. afternoon. North Little Friday night. Camden at Fordyce, Friday night. Russellvillc at Forrest City, Friday (Continued on Page Three) Mammons with only one dependable replacement hack—David Colcman— who failed to play j n the Preseott game last week because of a knee injury su.s taincd at Blytheville. Coach Mammons said Monday that Colcman was still on the ailing list, but hoped to have him in shape by Friday when the Bobcats tangle with Clarksville in a conference contest at Hope. Clarksville showed surprising power last week in dropping a close decision to Fort Smith, G to 0. Three weeks ago the Clarksville tea fought. Hut Springs In a (i-G deadlock. If these scores can he taken a.s an indication of Clarksvillc's real power- it means trouble ahead for the Bobcats. Coach Foy Mammons was pondering over Ihc nucstion Mondny of moving Norman Green, 190-pound end, to the backficld to team with Joe Eason, another 190-poundcr. This move would add power to Ihc byckficld—but Mam- mons fears his defense would be weak cncd. Major Simpson, big tackle, who was removed from the Pit-soil game with a knee injury, is expected to be ready for the Clarksville battle Friday night. Other members of the squad are free of injuries. Two Students Are Injured at School R. C. Ellis and Billy Wyatt Are Hurt While'Play- ing Games R. C. Ellis, young son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ellis of Hope, sustained a painful but not serious elbow injury at the high school gymnasium Monday morning. The lad is a scvciilh- erudc student. His father i.s employed at Gunter Lumber Co. Billy Wyalt, junior high school student and son of Mr. and Mrs. O. L Wyatt, was injured last week while playing football during the noon hour. Young W.yatt .sustained a c-hc.sl injury and has been absent from school since the- accident. Negro Held on 5 Robbery Charges Johnny Lqe Brown, 22, Faces Series of Charges •.In Court Here Johnny Lee Brown, 22-year-old Hope no«ro, faced two charges of grand larceny and three .sppcrau- charges of bm-Bliiry and grand larceny when armiBiiwI before Judge W. K.' Lemli-y m municipal court Monday. To npfiro was ordered held fnc ;«•!ion (if HcmpNtciid circuit court on all live charges. The grand larceny charges resulted from theft of „ bicycle from Mrs. J. C. Milam and a radio from Victor Uibo. He waived examination in both rases. Bond in each ease was set al •?oO(). The negro faced three charges of burglary and grand larceny for enter- in" Ihc home of Mr. and Mrs. Nolen Lcwallen on t wo different occasions and sk-aling wearing apparel. The fifth charge was for cnlerinu the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.-ick Sowell where wearing apparel also wat- taken. Other cases Monday: Oscar Stone, drunkenness, forfeited $10 cash bond. Tom Oliver and Joseph Smith, drunk enness, plea of guilty Both were fined $10. in each case. Riley Vickcrs Waived preliminary examination on a grand larceny charge and was ordered held for action of circuit court under $300 bond for the alleged (heft of an automobile from Ma* Cox. A civil ease brought by If. W, Hum at-am.st A. E. Slusser and Union Compress & WfirehiHuje Co.. for action in replevin for a bale O f cotton was tried and dismissed. Cotton NEW Y01(K-(,ri-Deceniber cotton Finns Break Off Peace Negotiation Withjhe Soviet Finland's Envoy Expect to Return Home for the Last Time HOLLAND AT PEACE Government Denies Foreign Press Reports of "Danger" H.ELS1NKI, Finland — (IP}— The Fin- ni.sh foreign office announced Monday that its delegation in Moscow would leave /or home Monday night, suspending the lengthy negotiations by which Russia had been seeking concessions from Finland. Previously Foreign Minister Erkko said only thai "last minute' modification of the'Soviet demands for territorial concessions would prevent recall of Finns from Moscow. Holland Js Confident HAGUE, Netherlands — (/Pj_ Premier Dirk dc Gecr told the Netherlands Monday that "there is not a single ground for uneasiness" in the nation or empire despite "many rumors which have been causing alarm" in the past few days. Making his first radio speech since he became prime minister last summer, de Geer said fear of imminent danger for the Netherlands had been caused by reports circulated abroad, and by "certain government. 1 ' measures of our Paris Air Alarm PARIS, France — (O>)— Shrilling ait- raid sirens sent the civilian population of Paris to cover early Monday for the seventh time since the war started. Military sources announced later that a German reconnaissance had .flown over the area. The planes were driven off by anti-aircraf guns. British Reply LONDON, Eng — (IP)- Authorital. ivc British quarters asserted Mondaj that King George's reply to the Netherlands—Belgian peace move meant that Britain would "insist on full reparations of the wrongs done bj Germany to small neighbors. It also was reported British-Russian trade negotiations had reached the point of exchange lists of commodities to be sold under any agreement reach i cd. Resigned to War BERLIN, Germany —(/I')— Authoriz. ed sources said Monday the British and French replies to the Belgian-Netherlands offer to mediate in the European war were in line with recent public utterances in London and Paris ancl caused no surprise here. Inspired press comment in both France and Britain during the past two days forecast clearly, these sources said, what, the reply would be- namely, a further indication of the will to war. Hrilish Bonili Sub LONDON, Eng— (A 1 )— The air ministry announced Monday that H Royal Air Force plane attacked a German submarine Sunday, dropping a salvo of bombs, o/ic of which "appeared to the pilot to make a direct hit.' opened Monday S.57-W. Mi.J.J at. 'JA1 mid closed at Wanted: A Ride to Pine Bluff Game Effort Made to Provide Transportation for Hope Players Hope football fans going to Pino Bluff this Saturday to witness the annual Little Rock-Zebra contest are urged to provide transportation—if possible—for one or more Hope High School players. Persons having room in their auto- mobile.s and can carry one of the players or more arc urged to telephone the high school, 167. An attempt is being made to provide transportation for all of squad. The Bobcats tangle with Pine Bluff November 30—and Coach Hammont i.s anxious for his boys to see the Zebras in action. 43 Die in German Railway Collision 60 Others Injured as Expresses Crash Between Two Cities O'PPELN. Germany — (/Pi — Forty- Ihrcc persons were known Monday to have been killed and GO injured in a collision between two passenger trains Sunday night between Langliebcn and Masons Fitted by Tradition to Lay Cornerstone Here Builders From Antiquity, They Will Dedicate Courthouse Nov. 29 TRAVELED WID E L Y Started in Days of Solomon, Toured Europe in Middle Ages The Grand Lodge of Arkansas Masonry will dedicate the new $200,000 llcmpslcad county courthouse and jail building at a cornerstone-laying ceremony here Wednesday, November 29. Material is now being gathered by The Star for a .special edition Tuesday, November 28, to be enclosed in the cornerstone . . The following is a brief history of Masonry. , By Harry W. Shiver Past Master Whitficld Lodge No. 239 Written history covering modern Freemasonry dates back to the Manuscript of 1686 in possession of the Lodge of Antiquity in the City of London. Freemasonry as now organized is traced directly from the Building Corporations to a speculative science. Speculative Masonry as now practic- ied centers around a legend connected with the building of King Solomon's Temple. The legend known to all Masons occurs in other forms dating back to the Ancient Egyptian Mysteries and in perverted forms often is applied to the death of winter and birth of spring, sometimes to the setting and subsequent rising of the sun, but always indicating a loss and recovery. The Freemasons of the Middle Ages travelling throughoul Europe creeling large calhedrals and other edifices, a number of which are slill standing, naturally banded together and developed ways and means of recognizing each other and rendering assistance to members of the craft in foreign lands. It is maintained, with certainty, that Freemasonry in its present peculiar organization is the successor to the Building Cooperations of the Middle Ages and as a secret association connects itself with all the Ancient Mysteries fo a far remoter period. Freemasonry, though universal, has flourished in France, Great Britain and the United States but in the past ten years has been banished in the dictator countries of Italy, Germany and Spain by decree. The majority of the early American patriots were Freemasons, George Washington having been worshipful master of his Lodge and LaFayetle was an active Mason. The symbolism of the cornerstone when duly laid with Masonic rites is full of significance, which refers to its form, situation, consecration. permnance and The cornerstone docs not appear to have been adopted by any of the heathen nations but dccendcd to the Christians from the Jews) In Masonic .symbolism, the cornerstone signifies a true Mason and i.s the first character an Apprentice represents after mil'ilion. The cornerstone of the Capitol Build nig in Washington was laid by George Washington and the silver trowel used by him at that time has been used by Micecding presidents and others a number of times on similar occasions. Presbyterian Men to Meet Tuesday Night The regular meeting of the Presbyterian Men of the Church will be held Tuesday nigliK November 14. Din nor will be served at 7:15 N. T. Jewell will have charge of the program All members are urged to attend. CRANIUM CRACKERS Quiz on Canada American interest in Canada has increased since the Dominion followed England into (he war. She how much you know about your northerly neighbor. Fill in the blanks in the following statements from among the series of words of figures following each sentence. 1. The prime minister of Canada is ... (a) Norman Rogers, (b) Mackenzie King, le) James Lori- mcr llslcy, UlJ Mitchell F. Hepburn. 2. The governor-general is . .(a) Lord Mai-ley, (b) Earl of Sussex, (c) Duke of Gloucester, (.d) Lord Tweedsmur. 3. Canada lias . . .provinces, (a) 36, (b) !), (c.i 14, tdM8. •1. Banff and Lake Louise, tourist attractions, are in the province of (a i British Columbia, (b) Alberta, (ei Nova Scotia, id) Quebec. 5. The only walled city in North America is ... (al Quebec, (b) Winnipeg, (ci Montreal, (d) Victoria. Answers iw I'age Twu Interview* Wednesday for the Marine Corps Sergeant Claude L. Whitlock, U. S. Marine Corps, attached to Little Rock headquarters, will 'be at the post office in Hope, from 8 a. .m. to ll:30,a. m., on Wednesday, November 22, for the purpose of interviewing applicants for enlistment hi the United States Marine Corps. 2.03 Inches Rain DuringWeek-End Vegetable Crops, Pastured, Cover Crops Are Benefited Weather records of the Fruit & Truck Branch Experiment station Monday showed 2.03 inches of rain fall during the week-end. The reading dated back to 6 a. m. Friday. Agricultural officials reported that the rain fall was very beneficial to certain vegetable crops, pastures, cover crops and shrubs. Health Conditions In Hope Discussed Outdoor Toilets In Western Part of Hope Found Insanitary At a recent meeting ot the City Board of Health attended by Drs. Smith, Cannon, Carrigan, Martindale and Mayor W. S. Atkins the matter of sanitation in the western part of the city was discussed. Dr. Smith reported a personal visit to the property discussed and found that outdoor toilets were in a very insanitary condition and recommended that action for the correction of this condition be taken up at .this time. A motion was carried that the City Engineer, Charles O. Thomas, be requested to inspect the property with reference to the possibility of connecting these rent houses to the city sewer line. This inspection to be carried out as to the status of each individual house, with respect to its proximity to a city sewer line and its elevation above or below the level of the sewer line, also as to be the advisability of instuting a local septic tank for dispoal of the sewerage in event it is not practical to connect to a city sewer line. The second matter to come before the board was the unanimous adoption of the following resolution: "Whereas, the City Council of the City of Hop,c Arkansas, has passed ordinances regulating the slaughtering and or selling of meat for human consumption, and the handling and or selling of milk and dairy products for human consumption, providing in both ordinances for an inspector to inspect meats and milk offered for sale, and to inspect dairy barns and dairy herds, and has, also, passed an ordinance requiring all employee^ of hotels, cafes, restaurants and soda fountains to submit to physical a l examinations, and to have posted in a conspicious place in the place of their employment a health certificate from the city health officer; and Whereas, we regard these ordinances as the most progressive laws that have been enacted for the prelection of the health of the inhabitants of the Ciy of Hope; and Whereas, the people generally have been very cooperative in making said laws effective: Now, Therefore, Be It. Resolved by the Board of Health, of the City of Hope, Arkansas ,in regular meeting assembled, that we commend the city ccounil and the mayor for this progressive legislation, and commend the people of the City of Hope, and surrounding trade territory, for the splendid cooperation given by them in this important work. " $10,000 Robbery in Missouri Bank Burglars Cut Into Bank's Safe With Acetylene Torch ARCADIA, Mo.— (/P>— Burglars using an acetylene torch cut into the safe at the Bank of Arcadia some time during the night and escaped with "at least $10,000," according to D. E. Fletcher, president, Monday. Presbyterian Deacons Meet Thursday Night A meeting of the deacons of the Fh-st Presbyterian church will be held at the home of tho Rev. Thomas Brcwstcr, pastor, Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock— insicad of Monday night as previously announced. Not one single year has passed since the "war to end wars" I World War, without one or .more conflicts. Worst Shock on Record Strikes in Seattle, Portland Buildings Gracked, Water Main and Power Lines Are Broken NO ONE IS INJURED Trembler About Midnight Sunday Lasts a F\ill Minute SEATTLE, Wash.— (ff>—An earthquake described by University of Washington geologists as the heaviest in their seismographs' records, rocked large areas of the Pacific Northwest shortly before midnight Sunday. Officials and business men in Portland, Seattle and other cities surveyed damage caused by a shock that lasted approximately one minute. The damage, however, ;.was not expected to be great, consisting mostly of cracked walls hi some buildings, broken water mains and broken power' lines. A check by officials indicated no one was injured. Libraries Planned in 11 Settlements County-Wide Library Program Is Being Formulated Here Plans' are under way for a countywide library which would fbe of untold benefit to the school, according; to Mrs. J.. A. Henry. Under .the -appointment of Judge Rider and. answering_his cal\ sijrge.o- ple, J. I. Lieblong, Superintendent of schools of Fulton; A. B. Wetherington, Superintendent of Blevins schools; Mrs. Joe Jackson o£ the Washington school faculty; Mrs. John Wallace of Patmos; Charles Rcynerson and Mrs. J, A. Henry, of Hope, met in the city hall Saturday morning for the purpose of forming a county Library board and planning a county library, giving the schools an opportunity to raise their rating, and furnishing the schools a continuous supply of books. . The Arkansas Library Commission provides a certain amount of money for the purchase of books. Eleven communities of the county would receive books, as follows: ' Patmos, Blevins, Columbus, Fulton, Washington, Ozan, 'Saratoga, Spring Hill, Guernsey McCaskill and Hope. A partial organization was effected: Chairman, Charles Reyherson, Hope; treasurer, Mrs. Joe Jackson, Washington; secretary, Mrs. J. A. Henry, Hope. Royce Weisenberger made a talk explaining the plans to carry on the project. Deputies Limited in Prosecutions Supreme Court Forbids Them Filing Information in Own Name LITTLE ROCK— Iff)— The Arkansas Supreme Court held Monday that Amendment 21 to the state constitution which streamlined court procedure did not authorize deputy prosecuting attorneys to file criminal information in their own name. The ruling came when the supreme court dismissed a one-year sentence assessed against Rea Johnson by Arkansas counly circuit court on a charge of grand larceny. Bearden Believed On Recovery Road Mrs. Kelly Bryant Also Is Showing Steady Improvement Former Sheriff Ji m Bearden, critically injured a week ago in an automobile accident south of Preseott on highway 67, was believed Monday to be on the road to recovery. Mr. Bearden sustained chest, kidney and abdominal injuries and has been confined to Julia Chester hospital since the accident in which his cat- left the highway and overturned. Mrs. Kelly Bryant, injured several days ago in an accident near Ark-. adelphia, continues to show steady improvement at Julia Chester hospital, her physician, ported. Dr. L. M. Lile, re- It is said that sugar is a belter slim* ulanl than a cup of lea.

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