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2,700 Delegates at Ecumenical Council VATICAN' CITY AIM — Pope John XXIII today c pened the second Vatican Ecumenical Council —Komnn Catluvi ism's greatest assembly of prelates in history — with an appeal for Christian unity. The 80-year-old pontiff, in an address before some 2,700 council delegates in St. Peter's Basilica, said progress had already been made toward unity. He spoke specifically of a unity of prayers and aspirations and a unity of esteem and respect. News of Servicemen "Unfortunately." the Pope snid. "the entire Christian family has not yet fully attained unity in truth. "The Catholic Church, therefore, considers it her duty to work active! si tint there may be fulfilled the M-eat mystery of that unity, whk'li Jesus Christ invoked with fervent prayer from His Heavenly Father on the eve of Ilis sacrifice. "She (the church) rejoices in peace, knowing that she is intimately associated with that pray- Hate Completes MP Training cr, and then exults geratly at seeing that invocation extend its efficiency with salutaiy fruit even among those who are outside her fold. "Indeed, if one considers well this same unity which Christ implored for His church it seems to shine with a triple, ..v of bene- ficient supernal light: namely, the unity of Catholics among themselves, which must always be kept exemplary and most firm; the unity of prayers and ardent desires with which those Christians separated from the apostolic see, aspire to be united with us; and the unity in esteem and respect for the Catholic Church which animates those who follow non-Catholic religions." He said the Ecumenical Coun- Army Pvt. Dwight E. H ate, ci! "prepares, as it were, and con- Jr., 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. solidates the path toward that uni- Dwiffht Hate, 205 N. 10th, re- ty of mankind." cently completed eight weeks of The Pope gave no {]irect indi _ military police training at the cation of h(W he thought futurc Provo.si Marshal Generals nni(y mjght be achievecl But in School, Ft. Gordon, Ga the past he ,, as made c]ear {hat Hate entered the Army Ir.st; he considci . s the way to unity is May and completed basic tram- i through the return O ' f « separa ted ing at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. | )rot j,ers" to the Roman Catholic He is a 1959 graduate of Hoi ' convb High School and attended Garden City Junior College. fold. The historic first meeting of the council ended at 1:10 p.m. Th e next gathering, a working session called a general congregation, will be held Saturday. ! Army PFC Larry G. Adams, ' As the qroat bell of St. Peter's 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond - boomed the glad tidings of the , Adams, Lakin, recently comple'c- | council opening, the bells of led 17 clays of amphibious train-; Rome's more than 400 other ing with "other members of the j churches took up the message. ! 1st Infantry Division at Little! p »P e J °hn and his bishops Larry Adams Completes Amphibious Training Photo by Jim Johnson ' Hate . . . completes training markets LOCAL PRODUCE Eggs Extra Large A'* Eggs A's Large Eggs A's Medium Eggs B's Large Eggs C's 1st Grade Cream 4-Day Cream Heavy Hens Light Hens LOCAL WAGON PRICES Wheat S2.01 unchg. Milo 51 .55 unclig. Rye .82 unchg. Barley $1.65 unchg. CO-OP PRICES Wheat $1.98 unchg Milo $1.55 up 5 Kye -80 unchg. Berley SI.60 unchg. Creek, Va. Adams was trained in all opened the council with prayers for guidance and a Mass im- phases of modern amphibious ploring the aid of the Holy warfare including shipboard Ghost, drills, an orientation to life aboard ship and a tactical landing exercise. The 31-year-old soldier, a truck driver in Headquarter, 1 ) Company of the division's 28th Infantry .33 i which is regularly stationed at .31 ! Fort Riley, entered the Army in .28 (February 1961. .25 | He is a 1958 graduate of Lakin .18 High School. Stock Market Trading Slow .40 .05 Nolan Atkinson Serves .13 Aboard USS Bemningron Nolan R. Atkinson, airman apprentice. United States Navy, j son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren R. Atkinson, Eminence Rt., is serving aboard the anti-submarine warfare support aircraft carrier USS Bennington which arrived in mid-Seeptember, at the Puget | Sound Naval Shipyard, Bremerton, Wash., for repairs. The ship wall undergo major modernization and repairs following her return from a seven- KANSAS CITY (AP) - Cattle j m °f deployment in the Far 300; calves 100; slaughter steers modernization program is and heifers scarce, steady; other ; scheduled to be completed next slaughter classes steady; high good and choice steers 27.50-28.50; choice heifers bought to arrive at 27.25; utility cows 11.50-15.00; good and choice calves 21.0024.00. Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts weak t-> 25 lower; sows steady spring. Midshipman Roper Gains Academic Honor Midshipman First Class Arthur i NEW YORK (AP)—Slow trad- i ing and narrow price movements I marked an irregular stock mar| ket early this afternoon. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was unchanged at 218.9 with industrials unchanged, rails up .1, and utilities off .2. Changes of most key stocks were fractional. E.ven among the usually volatile "growth" issues there were onlv a few movements of n point or so. • Motors, chemicals, and rails nudged ahead, on balance. Steels, utilities, electrical equipment and aerosoace issues tended to the downside. Amerada spurted more than a point and IBM made a similar advance. Xerox and Korvette dipped frae- tiona'lv and Polaroid was up a fraction. United Aircraft was up about a point. McDonnell Aircraft was around a point lower. Chrysler. General Motors, Union Carbide. American Tobacco, and Ranger Cheerleaders Garden City High's B team — the Rangers — plays a full regular schedule in both football and basketball, and th« reserve unit also has its own cheerleaders. These are the girls who lead the Ranger cheers. Susan Pore (left) and Karen Kesler (right) are in the back row. In the front, from left, are Joan Kleysteuber, Jana Alexander, and Janet Barnett. All are sophomores except Karen, who is a junior. today... Hospitals ADMISSIONS At St. Catherine Bonnie Jean Remschner, 1309'/2 N. Main. Charles A. Merrill, 1109 N. llth. in Garden City M. 0. Wolfkill, el ux, to J. H. Keller, lot 10, block 33 of Holmes Third Addition. David T. Robinson, et ux, to Charles F. Meinert, et ux, the north 22 feet of lot 6, all of lots Mrs. Larry Courteir, 1306 Hattie 15 of Porters replat of lots 14 and . , Mrs. Ronald Kauffman, Rt. 1. i 15 of A. H. Smith's Addition. unanimous selection as the top Lawrence Tops Grid Prep Poll TOPEKA (AP)—Lawrence came within three votes of being a Mrs. Paul Wing, Scott City. Mrs. John Heard, 206 N. llth. 0. L. Siler, et ux, to Donald William Edwards, et u;:, lots 10, Johnnie Crunity, 1303 B. Ml and 12 in block 62 of the orig- Mrs. Clara Minnis, 211 N. 4th. j inal plat of Garden City. Roper, son of Mr. and to 25 lower 1-2-3 barrows and gilts |*ueford T. Roper 602 N. 2nd, frfl ntion a l .«,•„., has been named to the supenn- vvrwwmth made fractional gains. The Dow Jones industrial aver- .210-270 11) 16.50-17.00; 1-3 270-400 Ib 15.25-16.00. tendait's list for tlie first half of the first term of the 1962-33 aca- '; choice to prime wo ! Academy. Annapolis Md r° at noon was off .46 at 587.68. at the U.S. Naval; Corporate ami U.S. government ' bonds were irregularly lower. lambs 18.00-19.50; cull to good I The superintendent B list at the I 7 i Jif»pflrlrtmv nnrrncrwvnne t-n ini\ •• ewes 4.00-5.50. 4-H'ers Win Rop! Trips . accadomy corresponds to the j dean's list in civilian colleges ; Juveniles, Woman jand universities. In addition to Charged After Fight j high academic scores, midship- a i men must have high marks in Three local teenagers and a ! conduct, aptitude and physical i 20-year-old Garden City woman education to be selected for the ' appeared in Juvenile Court Wednesday on charges of disturbing Mrs. Merrill Sauvain, 909 N. 10th. Mrs. Myrtle D. Pearce, 607 N. 8th. Lorene Martin, Glasco. Charlotte Walker, 635 N. Main. Danni Darlene Jones, Rt. 1. Rhonda Renee Boles, 305 Davis. DISMISSALS At St. Catherine Mrs. Q. A. Prince, Great Bend. Mrs. N. L. Dunnan, 701 N. 2nd. Mns. James Hogue, 1111 N. llth. - •. Mrs. Jerry Johnson, 504 N. 3rd. Melvin Johnson, et ux, to Joe V. Collins, et al, tract 1 in lot 2 high school football team in Kansas this week. Boosted by a 34-0 victory over Shawnee-Missi:.n East, the Lions nailed down first place on 13 of the 16 ballots in this week's As- of Riverside subdivision, a part | sociatcd Press poll. of 19-24-32. : Independence, running its win- Eon J. Payne et ux, 'o George ning string to 44 straight with a S. Knox, et ux, lots 4 and 5 in | 19-6 victory over Parsons, offered block 2 of Inge and Vinzant's | Lawrence the only real dispute addition. I for top honors, getting two of the Henry Sager, et ux, to Fred i remaining first-place votes and R. Sullivan, et ux, lot 6, block i cornering second place on most 4 of Crown Heights, except eight l of the remaining ballots. feet. Lawrence received 149 points to W. W, Crosiby, et ux, to How- j 131 for Independence, ard B. Smith, lot 22, block 20 of | Salina was third with 114 points Jones Addition. ! despite its narrow 3-0 margin Edward C. Karle, Jr., Holcomb. j j oe y. Collins, et al, to Zella over Abilene. Mrs. Murry Huggins, 1710 Sum-| M. Martin, et vir, tract 1 in lot Leavenworth, Coffeyvilie^ and 2 of Riverside, a subdivision of | Topeka advanced two notches, mit. Lewis E. Kilbourne, 504 Conk- j par t O f 19-24-32. ling. Robert Tompkin, 511 N. 8th. Mrs. Russel Speer, Dighton. Kimberly Lou Conley, 306 N. taking over fourth, fifth and sixth. Fred Weber to R. G. Bud Wai- • Two newcomers, Wichita | ters, Jr., tract A in the north i and El Dorado, ranked seventh end of the NWV4 of the SWV4 of 2nd. Mrs. Vida Sroufe, 405 Jones. Debra Kay Holmes, 919 N. 9th. Phil D. Miller, Oakland, Calif. 2-24-33. Arter and Young's Addition. and eighth. Wichita East, No. 4 last week, Henry Wolley, et al, to Owen j and Arkansas City, No. 5, are Grable, et al, lot 10, block 1 of tied for 10th following losses to Wichita North and El Dorado. Wichita West, ninth a week ago, Page 2 f»niMlon rifty T Thursday, October 11, 1962 Deadline Set For Seniors on ATC Program Kansas high school seniors have until Saturday to register for the American College Testing Program. The examination is to be administered Saturday, November 10 at 39 Kansas colleges and universities including Garden City Junior College. The November 10 test date is the first and largest of four scheduled for 1962-63. Other U dates are Feb. 23, April 20 and June 22, 1963. Most colleges and universities participatin 0 in the ACT program urge students planning to apply for admission to take tlie November test. Students may obtain ACT registration forms ar.J instructions from their high school offices. Colleges and universities participating in the program use results for admission, counseling, guidance of in-coming students, in the award of scholarship aid and in placing freshmen in classes or programs best suited to their ability. The three-hour test has four parts that yield five scores — a composite score indicating overall college potential, and four separate scores indicating levels of general capability ; English, mathematics, social studies and the natural sciences. i Exiles Plan Shipping War NEW YORK (AP) - A Cuban exile group which calls itself Alpha 66 announced it is declaring i war, effective today, on all ships carrying supplies to Cuba. The announcement was made by Antonio Veciana, 35-year-old leader of the group which says it carried out a raid on Cuba's north coast Monday. He is a certified public accounatnt in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Veciano made the statement in a broadcast from San Juan for the American Broadcasting Co. He said attacks will be carried out on any and all vessels, not just those from Iron Curtain countries, Veciana gave ABC some details on Monday's reported raid on the Cuban port of Isabella de Sagna, 150 miles east of Havana. He said his force of 30 men inflicted 20 casualties on what he termed "the enemy." Veciana said the casualties included both Russians and Cubans. Mineral Deed — Edmund D. William O. Knight, 105 N. 4th. , Mori . ison) en-executor to Jack Phil D. Miller, Oakland, Calif. ; s Greene, the E% o: the NEW Roger A. Klaus, Holcomb. Cecil Dudley, 902 E. Maple. Mrs. Clayton Stimemetz, 201 A. R'honda Renee Boles, 305 Davis. BIRTHS At St. Catherine A son to Mr. and Mrs. John Heard, 206 N. llth, Oct. 10 at and all of the SEy 4 of section 8; a ' nd the w , /3 o£ t he NE i 4 and all of the SE"4 of section 9, all in t' wnship 21, range 34. Deed — Sunset Memori.,1 Gardens, Inc., to Clifford A. Hutchison, et ux, section A, lot 260, 7:15 a.m., 7 pounds, 5V4 ounces , s j 2 3 and 4 A son to Mr. and Mrs,. RonaWj Corporation Deed - Briar Hill, Kauffmao, Rt 1, Oct. 10 at 7:06 T to j h R Woolm e ' t a.m., 7 poi-nds, 15 ounces. al> 2 _ block 3 of Briar ffin Legals • Addition. Warranty Deeds — Loren R. Fined Charles over- Becker, Those selected for the current, the peace and assault and bat- ] Atkinson, et ux, to C. R. Morris, ' load, $15. Virgil F. M:cGee, speed- list are choren on the basis of'tery. ,61 ux, a tract of land in the E'/iJ ing, $10, Jake luber, overload t'heii marks for the term that! Fined $10 for assault and bat-' cf the NE'Xi of 17-24-32. ''[ and no cab registration, $10. ended in June. Man Steals Auto For 'Blood Money' MIAMI, Fla. (AP)—Given three i the four at one of the teenager's Keller, lot 8, block 7 in Inge and Two area and three Finney County 4-H'ers have won trips to the American Royal to be in Kansas City Oct. 14-16. From Garden City are Connie VunJohn and Marvin Junes, .'days off for good behavior, home last Friday afternoon. county junior leadership cham- Charles Dexter Young walked out pinns. Their trip is being spon- of jail. sored by the 1 Garden National and After serving 87 days for auto Fidelity State banks. theft, the fugitive was broke and Tom Yager, Scott City, will in a hurry. attend the American Royal 4-H Police said Young hopped into a parked car and drove away. tery was Sharon Ann Wilson, 301 < C. R. Morris, et ux, to Loren \ Leigh G. Perry, 1121 Gillespie, Fair. The three teenagers had ; R. Atkinson, et ux, lots 1, 2, 3 improper left turn, $10. Vernon their case taken under advise- and 9 in block 3 of Morris Sub- R. Widows, overlengtL, $10. ment by Judge M. C. Sdirader. division, ; Charges followed a fight among M, 0. Wulfkill, et ux, to J. H. DISTRICT Civil - Sharon Lee Cobb, and Colby, 10th, fell from the top 10. West was held to a tie and Colby was beaten. (Published in The Garden City Telegram, Oct. 11, 19S2) Charter No. 13990 Reserve District No. 10. Report of Condition or The Garden National Bank Of Garden City, in the State of Kansas, at the close of business on Sept. 28 1962, published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency under Section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, •and cash items in process of collection - 2,382,253.54 2. United States Government obligations direct and guaranteed 2,749,813.89 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions - 2,251,542.92 4. Other bonds, notes and debentures ... 756,458.12 5. Corporate stocks including $18,000.00 stocks of Federal Reserve Bank) 18,000.00 6. Loans and discounts i n c 1 u ding $369.36 overdrafts 3,234,889.70 7. Bank premises owned $170,620.59 furniture and fixtures $56,582.38 — 227,202.97 (Bank premises owned are subject to $ none liens not •assumed by bank) 8. Real estate owned other than bank premises — None 9. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or • other real estate ... Non« 10. Customers' liability to this bank on acceptance outstanding None 11. Other Assets ..... 4,978.47 12. TOTAL ASSETS $11,625,139.61 13. 114. ,5. 16. 19. -Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Ads! Vin/ant's Addition. through her father, Robert E. Conference as one of three state winners in the poultry project. The car belonged to Police Lt. Yager's award was in the laying Ben Newton. Officers quickly phase. His trip is be-ing provid- caught Young and booked him for ed by the Sears-Roebuck Found- auto theft, ation. Young, 21, explained: Taking the home improvement i "I got a rare blood type, see? Cobb vs Ralph J. Schmitz, Damages. Filed for Naturalization — Theresia Thomas, Dighton. Mary Ann Josephine Waldren, Tribune. POLICE Bonds Posted — Mrs. Wesley Cornelius, 606 Penn, no driver's license and improper driving, $10. KALVESTA — It was a soggy j recorded, two of which exceeded; Jlr s- L«o Fife, 101 . Campbell, September in this northeastern: one inch. n o driver's license, $5. Ray Emil Finney County community. j Biggest was 2.70 inches, record- i Dumas, Holcomb, $45 total on Kalvesta Neighborhood Has Soggy September Weather observer Mrs. Alvin trip sponsored by the same Foun- And it sells for ten bucks a pint. Lillibridge reported that 5.85 in- dation will be Deloris Garelson I needed transportation to the : ches of moisture fell here last of Copeland. In Garden City Nov. 8 blood bank." i month. Six separate rains were Busy Slate for Marine Band Since .lulm Philip Sousa took ly covering approximately fifteen every taste, fro ed on Sept. 16. On Sept. 9, 1.70 two incidents of no driver's liinche: was recorded. cense and no registration. James Other September rains: .15 of' B. Daugherty, G20 N. Main, park- an inch on the 1st, .35' on the ing on private property, $1. 4th, .75 on the 8th, and .30 on Fined — Mrs. John Daniels, the 20th. The last 11 days of I 107 S. 10th, disorderly conduct, the month were rainless. j $20. The Lillibridges farm two miles j Under Advisement - Jenn.e south of town. Alma Jonagan, Rt. 1. Charged The 5.85-inch total was mucdi j with improper backing of a vehi- larger than Septembers of recent | cle. Pleaded innocent. Case taken years. Only 2.35 inches was rec- j under advisement, the opening j oi'ded in Sept., 1961, for example. I Parole Reinstated — Alfonso L'niied States Marine Band states, tlvu band performs twice, with the national anthem, to the j Two years ago, only 3.10 inches on its fu-st national lour in IXitl, daily, seven days per week. The concluding selection, "Marines' the famous inimical organization! schedule might be considered a has toured a section of the coun- gruelling civilian stand- Hymn." The annual tours are made at try uach year, rotating the tours ants, as it includes long travel i no expense to the government, to various yeu^raphical areas s>o each morning via chartered bus-, each sponsoring organization t-ople ij\ and little time for rest and ; sharing in the over-all tour costs, 'resi- relax;,Uu.'i IK tween concerts, i being permitted to charge admis- th-e largest number of mi^'at see and hear tin dents' Own." II fell in September, Kalvcsta's latest precipitation Martinez Morales. ReJeased from jail and parole reinstated. Originally placed on parole on Sept. figures boosted the 1962 total to 15, 1961 for intoxication, resist- date up to a big 28.25 inches —j inj; arrest, disorderly conduct, a sheet of water belter than twoj and assult with a deadly weapon, feet deep had it all fallen at one To report weekly. time. Bonds Forfeited James E. The bund uili appear in (lar- i i:j-;a^einents compared to the 600 sions to the concerts, so long as j In 1'J(>1, only 0.65 inches of [ Daugherty, Mrs. Wesley Corne- City Tli u I'M la >. Nov. H. which t'iiL- full all net proceeds are devoted to band or segments of il partici- worthy loct'l civic, religious or moisture was recorded through j lius, Ray E'mil Dumas, Mrs. Leo the first nine months of the year, j Fife, Glenn Douglas Phoenix, Two years ago, the emt-of-Sep- j Lt.-Col. Albert Schoepper. di- pate in \\ asiiinyton annually, not charitable projects. rector oi the Band -nice Iijj5, including long hours of rehearsal,: The Garden City appearances • tember total was just 19.5.5. lakj.s a ini.'umuin of lifty musi- Hie m-.-n consider the tour a wel-iv.ill l>e under tlie auspices of, Tne 5.85-inch figure was the, clans on tour, leaun- behind in n,j,u; change. the Kiwanis Club for the benefit! second-largest total for any i a.m. at 8t:h and Kansas. Cars Washington 35 bandsmen and IS Bandsmen appear in full dress I of boys and girls work. Matinee month of the new 1960s decade ! driven by Duane Eugene Koster, ~ string player* for participation uniform for Us program of | and evening concerts will be in Kalvesta. It is exceeded only ' Imperial Rt. (moderate damage)' in diplomat* and state affairs, riurehes. light classics and pop- presented ui Clifford Hope Audit- ! by July of this year when 8.35 and Mrs. Wesley Cornelius, (iOii On the nine-week tour, normal- ular music. There is mu/;ic for' orium. ' iru-iu>s of rain poured dowu. I Penn (minor damage). ' Hi HERE'S A FABULOUS TREAT FROM COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. A BIG MOVIE TREAT SATURDAY MORNING 10:00 A.M. Just bring two empty pop bottles of the following kinds Coke - Bubble-Up Orange Crush Nu-Grape Sun-Crest flavors FOR YOUR ADMISSION TICKET See this thrilling action story . . . With John Wayne in "RIO GRANDE" Special Priies Awarded for "Coke" bottle the farthest point from Garden City Doors Open 9:00 a.m. Show Starts 10:00 a.m. STWIE IK MW2 Hurry! Ends Tonight Plus Color Cartoon Feature Starts 7:15—9:30 STARTS FRIDAY! The King of the jungle in a new fabulous adventure! M G'M frtlMtl SYHHKTHMIBi.—- TARZAN GOES TO INDIA rCHEMASCOPEANoMEIROGOlOR! JOCK MAHONEY and IAI, The llepluit Boy «rtlGWlNOM,Kingottln[lepliairts O" Co-Hit . . . Blazing Action AMES STEWART RUIfl ROWAN MRINNECALVET WAJMWAN >4 E FAR COUNTRY •« MM McMTItt* TICHIICOLOR* It Is A Most Unusual and Memorable Movie . . . The Story of the Most Defiant Man Alive ... BURIUWCASI0! OBIRDM/WOF AtCAIRAZ Ri'imtf [tit vims AIMJK STARTS SUNDAY! • MM LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 5,366,230.88 Time and savings deposits of individii- als, partnerships, and corporations 2,769,145.55 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 238,114.51 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1,910,534.00 Deposits of banks" 331,243.71 Certified and offi- ' cers' checks, etc ....'...' 64,373.58 TOTAL DEPOSITS $10,679,G42.23 (a) Total demand deposit --$7,574,496.68 (b) Total time and savings deposits ... $3,105,145.55 Mortgages or other liens, $ none on bank premises and $ none on other real estate — None Rediscounts, an d other liabilities for borrowed money --- Nona Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ... None Other liabilities .. 37,309.93 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES - $10,716,952,31 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital Stocks: (a)Common stock total par $300,000.00-300,000.00 (b) Preferred stock, total par S none, retirable value $ none 26. Surplus .... 300,000.00 27 Undivided promits 308,187.40 28. Reserves (and retirement account for preferred stock) None 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 908,187.40 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $11,625,139.81 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes 2,000,500.00 I Frederick J Hurst, Cashier of the above-named bank, do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Frederick J. Hurst, Cashier We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this re- i port of condition and declare that 1 .t has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. Directors GENE HOLLOW AY M. L. RUSSELL A. C. GOTTSCHALK LEO VAN DITTIE L. G. PERRY DALE H. CORLEY GENEVIEVE VAN DITTIE OLA BLAKEJMORE

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