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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 9, 1942
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SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREJ5 Women Tip Their Hats—To War **• *** • • • String and Wood Now Replacing Felt and Metal Car- Society For Wartime Supper BY MARGUEiHTE YOUNG NEA Service Stuff Correspondent •NEW YORK.—Here arc some oi v Lilly Dache's new summertime war Jpnnets—startling, saucily .sophisticated as this wag of a designer ever concocted, and yet scarcely a bit of pre-war the lot! Everybody's been hat making in talking about new .style instead of mere ersatz. Daclie is doing it. With pieces of string, wood, Christmas tree fixing and—oh, ye:>, imagination. Two "coifs," one of the shapes significantly stressed in the new collection are shown above. A 'x-oif" may be just a piece of bright thcatrical-gauselike cotton draped Around the head as a left above. But it is draped in the bruad-at- cars sixteenth century Dutch style. the right side of the model's head., That garland is made of wood beads. A second interpretation of the "coif," upper right is contrived from a lace straw, and here the backward-peaked silhouette can be seen. The "coif" is important because it strongly advances the trend of flatter-topped, non-pompadour hats and hair-dos. Still more emphasis is given to the effect by Dache's other new shape, the "caul," shown at lower right. -This one is made of plain undyed wrapping twine adorned with wood beads. pill-box has a The flattened head-hugging, snoodlike draping attached. This fits severely above the high, exposed forehead, but it is extended at the sides, hence is soft, easy The extension Ls visible here, on on the face. EDSON IN WASHINGTON Lucky Nine Club Entertained Mrs. Dick Lewis and Miss Betty Robinson were guests Monday evening of MLss Cynthia Robinson when she entertained for members of the two table Lucky Nine Club at her parents' home, Miss Pauline Hamru held high score and Mrs. Lewis bridgoecl, each received Defense Stumps. Gleaners Class Meets Mrs. J. E. Green assisted by Mrs. Tommie Ball, chairman of Circles Four and Five or me Gleaners Sunday School Class of the Baptist Church entertained for 14 members and two guests Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Green. Mrs. S. C. Stephan, teacher, opened the meeting with prayer. The president, Mrs. Ralph Ennis, had charge of the business meeting and plans were made for a drive to raise money to pay for the piano the class bought for the church auditorium. Mrs. Burnett Has Club Members ot the Bid and Gab Club and one extra guest, Mrs. L. A. Prost, were entertained at the home of Mrs. Mac Burnett Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Grigory held high score and was given bath powder. The bridge award, a set of fruit- lasses, went to Mrs. Bob Gaither. The guest received an attractive oair of pictures. * * • Officers Installed Mrs. Agatha Wilks was installed president of the Business and Professional Women's Club at a patriotic dinner held at the Methodist Church Tuesday evening. Mrs. Raye Stroud, program chairman for the evening presided at the dinner and said the impressive candlelight installation service for the new offl- By I'ETER EDSON- Courier Ne\vs Washington Correspondent [ benign backwaters of Bailey's I beach, Buzzard's Boy and such smart watering places, and on the This being the time of year when | ret™ trip they're much better people go fishing, listen to a big fish story from Washington. The fish concerned is the menhaden. It's a member of the herring tribe. It breeds— oh boy, how catches. Full grown, a menhaden may reach two and a half pounds, or up to 18 inches. The menhaden schools are attacked by practically everything— '" w sh te dog important than ever. The sovereign states whose Spaghetti and meat balls with cabbage salad ami jelly tarts, for the ' wartime community t>upp*.T. Quanlily Cooking Will Save Time, Fuel And Food cers. The three course dinner was ine Caribbean. It is virtually the most prolific of all fish and all the menhaden taken out of the ssa the ton haven't lowered the Jsvater level by so much as a Death Valley drop. 1 - -•:-----•-•-.Come Spring, the menhaden starts north with the ball clubs, only, being confined to the sea, the fish, tuna. Yet the little fish aren't very good eating. What the menhaden apparently provide is a kind of castol oil for all the fish in the sea. That's Nature for you. BIG BUSINESS Other things that attack the menhaden are men. Fishermen. That brings us to the reason for fish -stick to the warm water cur- t this__story. rents, swimming close to the shore I ^ he fishermen don't catch the so they can pick up the scores. me nhaden to eat, either. They They travel as far as long Island shores are hugged by the waters through which the menhaden mi grate' have long realized, 'however, that menhaden fishing was a good thing, and they passed laws to protect menhaden fishermen of their states from being competed with by those of other states. Every sea-going state, you remember. is supposed to control its ocean for three miles out and, as menhaden travel in shallow water, the states can practically dictate who catches 'em. STATES STRICT Seventeen states have passed laws restricting menhaden catching. They rs strict the size of boat owned by residents of other states. They charge higher license fees for fishermen from other states. For ex- Sound, taking in the smart resorts- Palm Beach, Sea Island, Virginia Beach, Atlantic City and Newport, catchThe menhaden to "make into i ample, Delaware has no restrictions. vitamins and fish-meal and fertilizer and such stuff. A , 2 per cent to 4 per cent mix of men- though they never round Cape I haden oil in poultry feed is sup- Cod to Boston. They stay north all j pc sed to make hens lay eggs like during the baseball season, but by j nobody's business. It's practically world series time, they're usually | m agic. heading south for the Winter. It would be a nice life for the That being so, menhaden fish catching is an important business. menhaden, except that they're ; Before P. H.. a lot of this fish oil rather small. About five inches for the yearlings on the northbound trip. They grow considerably in the and fish meal was imported from Japan. But that's out now. so the menhaden fishing season is more CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS HORIZONTAL 1,5 Depicted is insignia of U. S. Civilian, I Defense Emergency and Corps. 9 This corps needs • workers. 10 Small rodent. II Sheaf. 12 Harass. 13 La irv 14 Body organ. '16 Half an em. 17 Handle. Answer to Previous Puzzle AIR v R N DE ANT DEU AB OL JAS A L T N R PfjjCR N AMD K HP. 0 EE H Y OD NE1 ES IONE IAT N OE 36 Myself. 37 Coin. I* 18 Cloth measure 40 Zealous. "' , 19 New Testa- 41 Footlike part. 5 Hidden supply 33 Animal. knowledge. 15 One who gathers after a reaper. 17 Timber. 18 One who stimulates. 23 Month . (abbr.). 25 Thrice (music). 26 Early Egyptian king. 27 Win all the tricks in a game of ifn-r 3 Over (poet.). perial (cards). 4 Debit note 2 ^ Salary, (abbr.). 31 Slumbers. R CHE OWRY OD O 0 SE EA SR Rhode Island prohibits non-residents from fishing for menhaden. Connecticut charges a non-resident license fee of S200. New Jersey charges S750 license for residents and $1200 for non-residents. And so on. served at beautifully decorated tables, with a patriotic color scheme'.wholesome and being carried out. ]lt will fit into The program opened by the group j Jlan. I repeating the club collect. John essary. Paul gave a piano number and Bobbie Stroud sang several vocal selections. Following dinner the following officers were installed: Mrs. Agatha Wilks, president; Miss Maynis Hern don, first vice president; Miss Inez Luten, second vice president, Miss Ernestine Wilks, recording secretary; Mrs. Wilma Manning, corresponding secretary; Miss Nellie Summers, treasurer, and Miss Nellie McClanahan, parliamentarian. In giving the charge to the new officers, Mrs. Stroud reminded them, of the next year's theme, "Strengthening Democracy I for Victory" and Bobby Stroud sang "America." Miss McClanahan, outgoing president, presented the gavel to Mrs. Wilks and a steel filing cabinet for the use of the president for club papers and correspondence. Miss McClanahan received the past president's guard, as a gift i'rom the club and this presentation was made by Mrs. Wilks. Miss Nelle Lee Dorroh announced that Miss Nellie McClanahan had been appointed district president of the Sixth District of Federated Business and Professional Women's Clubs, by the new state president, BV MRS. G.\YNOR MAUDOX NKA Service Stuff WrUcr Not one ounce of food. not. ono measurement of fuel—coal, oil, n»s or electricity—must be wasted in the home. That's a base rule lor winning this war. Quantity cooking offers the housewife n. way to save time, fuel and food. Relatives can form a dinner club. Neighbors can arrange to cat together in n community effort to save. The idea may .sound too unusual. It't. Better yet started soon. It's coming. Call your community meal an Army supper and remind yourselves of the boys doing the fighting, its a wartime idea. Here Ls a quantity recipe wholesome and Army-typo food your commumtj Double or treble it if nee , gnUed. Amcnenn or Parme- ui cheese. Meat "Balls: 2 pounds cmu-k leat, ground; l! cu^s, bcuton; 2 eeled cloves i;arlli', minced; 2 \blespoons pnrsley, minced; 2 ten- )oons salt, I teiuspoon ,...,.,.-.., cups soft bread crumbs, 1 nip rated processed Amrrioun cheese. tablespoons fat. Sauce: Cook onion :uut garlic in Sherwood Anderson Leaves His Memoirs Buck in the days of Cooliclge prosperity when H. L. Mencken's old < American Mercury was the IMTCII bail no' of literary authority, the hiyh priests of |the order besides Mencken included Sherwood Anderson, Eugene O'Neill, Theodore Dreiser. Willa Gather, and others, In "Slu?rwood Anderson's Mem-- oirs" (Harcourt, Brace: $3.75), published about a year after* his death, we have an intimate view .sketched from I he inside of that ama/.InK group which broke through Victorian bonds 'incl wrote of "life" a.s tlu-y found it, or imagined they found It. More Hum that, however,, .Anderson writes of a man trying to ilnd himsell in I ho poverty of a bi^i family stniKuHng in small mid- wo.stern low as. later a.s a smart younK advertising copy writer in Chicago, :i prosperous paint manufacturer anil then a.s a bewildered artist who finally won fame through publication of his "Wlne.s- in the book, Anderson's primary/ interest was little people. He found bartenders, railroad men, waitresses and "-farmers more worth his time .than the high an mighty—especially the millionaire whose daughter the writer thought-he would marry for her money. Anderson's last testament probably hits its highest peak in the account of how he got as peace and contentment as he ever reached—his last few years as a pubsLsher of two country weeklies in Virginia, whsre he concluded that "life, not death, is the great adventure." Ohio." Ills storie.s of Chicago during the 1'abulou.s days of Ben Ilccht, Cur! Siuulburg, Edirm- L«H- Musters and Class To Give Play COOTER, Mo., May 9—On Thursday night May 14 the senior class of Cooter high school will present a play entitled "Here Comes Charlie" at the school auditorum. The play is a three act comedy and Is under the direction of Mrs. Marvin McKinnc-y, senior class sponsor. Ther characters in the play are Oearthery Cranford Wilson, Evelyn Riddick, Jo Perry, Mavis Wingiield, Audrey Nell Kearney, Harrold Hopper, Alton McCann, Henry Parham Robert Eason and Tommy There are 7500 parts in t crn steam locomotive. in a two-quart hciU- sauce pan until SPECHKTTI AND MEAT 110 to 12 servings) Sauce: 1-2 cup minced onion, peeled cloves garlic, minced; 1- cup olive oil, 2 cans tomato paste G ounce; 5 cup.s tomatoes (2 No. 2 1-2 caas). 4 cups hot wntcr. 3 teaspoons sugar, i teaspoon" pepper, 8 teaspoons salt, 1-2 teaspoon sage, 2 packages spaghetti, 8 or 9-ounce lot oil, cststanL hey are a golden brown. Add he remaking ingredients, except paghetti and cheese to the onion mcl garlic. Gimmer one hour, un- overcd, stirring frequently. Add the meat balls and continue cook- ng for one-half hour, uncovered, Cook .spaghclM, following manufacturer's directions. Drain and )our hot water over it and drain igaln. Arrange Hyer of in a three-quart heut-resistunl glass casserole. Cover with 11 generous layer of sauce and sprinkle with cheese Put on the remainder of tin; spaghetti and cover with sauce urn cheese. Top with meut bulls. Meat Balls; Combine all tlui ingredients except tin.- Int. Shape into about 20 balls two inches ii diameter. Brown the meut quick ly in the hot fut. Add the mca balls with the drippings to th snucc and continue cooking one half hour. Arrange on the spu ghetli and serve from the casserole at once;. other famous writers are fine, pen portrnilu. Theodore Dreiser, for instance, slammed the door .shut in Audmon's i'iica wlitn lie first cwll- d upon him. Anderson, with no ttempL at self-effacement, takes lost of Uie credit for (jetting the rst books ot JLVnest Hemingway nil William Faulkner published, pital. arrived the first of the week and will .spend her vacation here with her mother. Mrs. Lettic Neelcy. Mr. and Mrs. 'Carl Baskin are announcing the arrival of a son. The baby was born at the Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cupe Girardeati. Mo. Mrs. Baskin is the ment (abbr.). 42 Wind 20 Hops' kilns. instrument 21 Cutting tool. -43 Flower. 22 Struck. 44 Roll. 24 Provide food. 45 Royal antler 28 Scents. (pi.). 29 Beverage. 47 Sharpens. SO Area measure. 48 Takes for 32 Symbol for granted. azote. 49 Imitates. 34 Rupees' (abbr.). 35 Monk, VERTICAL 1 Rouses, 2 Augur. 6 Dispossess from. 7 Employ, 8 Symbol fos? selenium. 9 Teutonic god (myth.). 10 They provide 43 Intention. and shel- 44 Droop. ter to air raid 46 Chinese victims. measure. •12 Seesaws. 47 Laugh ter 14 Branch of sound. 35 Tops of heads. 38 Voters in thf negative. 30 Promontory, 40 Domestic 'slave. 41 Tree. These barriers now provide a bottleneck that is interfering with the war effort, by golly. And look what has happened. This piece that started out to be just another fish story has developed into something of political and economic and .social significance. British babies can't get enough vitamins because dried egg shipments are down because there aren't enough vitamins in tne hen food because production of fish meal is limited because New Jersey has a law that won't let Delaware fishermen catch menhaden off Sandy Hook and Raritan. Congressman Philip A. Traynor of Wilmington, Del., introduced a bill to provide wartime suspension of state laws restricting menhaden fishing, but politicians from some of the other states ganged up on it, called it unconstitutional, and have apparently killed it deader than a herring. And that's -the end of today's fish story. CAPITAL CATCH BASIN Germany is buying plywood tents in Sweden...CAA wants 2000 instructor pilots by June 15 Postoffice Department says airmail service will not be curtailed even though more commercial planes are transferee! to armed services. ..Air passengers to Latin America now number 2600 a month.. .Attendance at FBI police training schools ha: passed 39.000.. .Criminals 25 or younger account for half the arrests for robbery, two-thirds the arrests for burglary and three- fourths the arrests for auto theft . • -Maximum rent for a 40-ton steam crane has been fixed at S100 a daj or S1200 a month, in case yoi need one for the garden.. .Railroad? will need 320,000 additional worker? this year. n fart, Anderson iwnce.s to use the ml admil.s lie lick" misses few pronoun "I", was n ''pretty mun, But after 11, they lire his memoirs. Despite the cluster ol big mimes For INSURANCE of all Kinds See G. G. Caudill Agency Hotel Uldff. I'h. 21814 Ark. * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glcncoe Hotel Bldg. CHICKASAW Weil Main Near 2lit St. Pricei always llo and Me Sat. starts 12:45; Sun. starts 1:45 Night shows G:4W Continuous shows Sat. and Son. Graduates Will Hear Poplar Bluff Ministe STEELE, M;O., May 9.—f.lteele High School has the largest graduating class this year in the "history of the .school and they have former Mildred Popham of Hayti, announced plans that; the Mo. Demonstration Club News Notes Plan Flower Show CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. May 3. —The Caruthcrsville Woman's | Club will hold its second annual flower show here tomorrow. There will be 11 entry classs for flowers, and one for best display of Victory Garden. Three contests in table setting will be held, with first and second cash prizes in each contest. Prizes for flower entries will be nursery stock. Miss Lillian Sagorske of St. Louis. A brief report of the state convention was made by Miss McClanahan, club representative and the meeting was closed with the Emblem Benediction. * * * Mrs. Callihan Entertains Mrs. Gerard Cailihan entertained for members of the Idle Hour !lub and the following guests: Mrs. [verson Michie, Mrs. Edward James, Mrs. Walter Robertson and Mrs. Geo. Glozier of Memphis, at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Robertson held high score, Mrs. Glozier bridgoed and Msr. J. L. Roebuck was low scorer lor the afternoon. * » • Mrs. George Glozier and baby of Memphis arrived Tuesday and will visit until the end of the week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. VanAusdall. Mr. and Mrs. James Grindstaff of St. Louis arrived Thursday and will visit until Friday with Mrs. Gcindstaff's grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Coker. Mr. and Mrs. Grindstaff came from Patton, Mo.. where they had been visiting with his parents. Mrs. Grindstaff is the former Janice Coker. Mrs. Margaret Coker and son, Clyde and daughter, Mrs. Leonard Limbaugh and son Charles, will leave Saturday for St. Louis, where they will spend the week end with Mrs. Louis Helm, the former Ber- nicc Coker. Jerry Daniel of Memphis arrived Wednesday to spsnd several days peony garden with his uncle, C. C. Thomas. Ivcrson Morris. Marvin Grisham. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lex Grisham. has arrived home for a short vacation with his parents. He is located in Oklahoma where he is doing defense work. Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Rood returned home Wednesday night from their Winter home near Largo. Pla.. to spend the Summer here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCoy and small daughter of Snndusky. Ohio, arrived Wednesday to visit in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. McCoy. From here Mrs. McCoy and daughter will visit with relatives. in Arkansas and Texas before joining Mr. McCoy, who is ! going to a defense project in Cali- | fornia. Miss Joy Neeley, who is taking j nurse*s training at a Memphis hos- 1 I 117 Bargain Matinees Every Day El cept Saturday & Sunday. Show Every Night 7:00 Box Office opens 6:45 Continuous Shows Sat. and 8«n Listen to KLCN 9:M) a.m., 12:15 p.m., 4:30 p.m. Saturday 'LAND OF THE SIX-GUNS 1 —with— .lack KiindiiH and Louise Stanley. Comedy—"Goofy and Wilbur." Serial—"Drums of Fu Manchu" Chapter 8. Saturday "Mother's Day" Is Program Mother's Day was the theme of .he meeting of 14 members of -he Shady Lane Home Demonstration CUro Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. A. Scott. Mrs. S. Goff presided. Roll call was answered with a Mother's Day quotation. The devotional was read by the vice president, Mrs. J. T. Hipp.s, after which the Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison Mrs. Hipps read a poem and discussed the origin of Mother's D<iy. of preserves were cii.scusscd and a recipe given. After a discussion of grouping four or more clubs together for demonstrations, the hostess served refreshments. O. H. O'Rcnr, district Superinton- j dant of the Popular Bluff Methodist crwrohc.s will deliver the bac- cnlaurcatu sermon. The .service will begin at lil o'clock Sunday morning. The eighth grade graduation x- crcises for the district will be held on May 13, beginning at 8:30 o'clock when all school in this district will tnkc part or* the pro- supcrintcndcnt ol schools will present the diplomas. High school commencement ex- crcisc.s will be held Thursday evening May 14 at the uudltonun beginning at 8:30 o'clock. The commencement ntlclr ( v;s will be given by Richard C. Jones, president of the Memphis State Teachers College. One Buzzing Bee Proved Costly Item For Doctor SALINAS, Cnl. (UP)—A slap iit a iburaing bee cost Dr. E. J. Stubbs iw/r/r UMES LUCILLE BALL* CRAIG Sir Cmfrk DtM HARDWICKE-JAGCER PETER NNITNEY-HUT CI1IEIT TOM TYLER • MTONII MKNt Produced bv GRAHAM BAKE? • Diied«J by, GEORGE MARSHAU • Scronn play bv Horac»; McCoy * Raind on Itio Salimlov Evintng Poll ilory by Clorenca Butllnglon K«t!an4 Cartoon & Serial "Holt of Secret Service." Continuous Showing:. SATURDAY Midnight Show Box office opens at 10:45. 'UNDER-AGE' —with— Nan Gray and Alan Baxter Sunday & Monday 'YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH' —with— Fred Astairc and Kita Hayworlh. Comedy—"Mr. Elephant Goes to Town." Also— UnicvrsiU News Kirby Drug Stores Dogwood Club Has Tour Members of the Dogwood Home Demonstration club had. their "Better (Homes Tour" following a lunch- con meeting at the club Wednesday. The home of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Scrape was the first to be visited. Particular attention was called to the victory garden. 150 white wynn- dotte fryers, canned products from the garden and the flower garden. Dr. and Mrs. S. S. CaruLher.s of Duck 'Hill. Miss., received judgement, for thot amount ns the result of an automobile accident, which Di Stubbs said wa.s caused when ho attempted to swat a Ix.r. Dr. Stubb.s wa.s driving ;i car he had borrowed from" Ucrthold, a garage owner. Delegates Selected CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. May 8. r—Delegates from the Caruthe'Vs- pillc Rotary Cllb Sunday & Monday District onvcntion to in the St. Louis May 11-12. arc R. E. Kent, incom- After stopping at the new home i np president, and Ralph L Ennis of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Craig and visiting other gardens of the community, the group stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dcen, who arc already canning from their garden. Before going to Gosncll to view the gardens and farms, the group visited the orchard and peony garden of Mr. and Mrs. verson Morris. Last stops were made at the W. S. Langdon home where attention was called to their orchard, garden and swine and the J A. Payne home. Other pi ices of interest in this community are the new home of Mr. and Mrs. P.- S. Parker, the remodeled Itomc of Mr. and Mrs. D. Garratt and the built in cabinets and wnter supply at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Guntcr. retiring president. Alternates are Delbert Harper and Ralph Baker. Posts in .Scrap Tile Read Courier News want ads. For Original Beauty Creations — — Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The Beauty Bar One of the finest, most modern shops in Northeast Arkansas. Phone 3202 Glencoe Bids. SAN FRANCISCO «UP>—The Southern Pacific: railway does not t think that the horse and | days arc comini; back, it, ha.s'or- "dcrcd all old iron hitching posts on all its station grounds in the west pulled out. for use n.s scrap t.o help win the war. Start The Day With— 7-DAY COFFEE A Maxwell House product, blended by Maxv?£.l House. Regular Price 1 Ib. 25c 3 ibs. 69c (Watch for week-end Special) Exclusive at— Packard's Grocery 1044 Chickasawba Ph. 1'nramounl News & Comedy. ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Cxcep Saturday. Show Every Nipht 7:00 Box Office Oprns *'* r Continuous Sh*—- j*i. & Sun. Saturday 'Boothill Bandits' with Kan?c Busters I Also Cartoon »fc Serial "Ghng Busters 1". Continuous. Showing. Sunday & Monday EDMUND LOWE Fox News & Comedy. Phone 42 Box Office Opens 7:30 p.m.— Show Starts 7:45 p. m. Admission Always llc-23c Tax Inc. Last Times Today Mat. Sat. 4:00 p. m. 'Frontier Vengeance 7 with Don "Red*' Barry Betty IMnran, Yakima Canutt Chapter 8 "Captain Midniffht" and Shorts. Saturday Midhilc Show 11:00 p.m. WIIATTA GUY! lie loved a fiffht or a frolic . . and he usually found one! 'The Great McGinty' with Brian Donlevy, Muriel his. Akim Tamiroflr. Sunday-Monday Mat. Sun. 2:00 p.m.—Box ' Office Opens 1:30 p. m. Errol Flynn, Fred MacMurray 'DIVE BOMBER' Ralph Bellamy. Alexis Smith. Shorts and News.

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