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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 22, 1936
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THEVILLE COTIKIEE NEWS Twr rv^iurw »wm tii-mmi-.. _ _ . ' T r^^S VOL. XXXIII—NO. 83 THE DOMlNAN^ M HWaPAPER_0^ M ORTHBA8T AHKAM8AB AND SOUTHEAST MISSC-OR, > OOUHM BlythevUIe D»llj Newt — H«r«ld uudrtppt vni,, i>,d.r __UI.YTUKVIU,K, ARKANSAS, MONDAY, JUNK 22, I03(i SINGUO COPIES FIVE C13NT8 -Tj» ^VV ^^ ——— •• _ • ~v» *n w A- i f i'j yjl'Jll Af> MOWS AS CONVENWTSSUE Ulm Amnesia Victim Identified by Mother STUTTGART, Ark., June V2 (U >—The Ulm amnesia victim was pcsitlvely Identified today as Mrs Maggie Williams, formerly of Beaumont, Texas. identification was made by Mrs. P. C. ; Livingston, In Beaumont, • who identified a picture of the kelser Man Faces Murder> D^V^'wiison 'oT uff'laTd Cliame a<= Result of llc ljellcvcd 'MIX. winiams would j/'ir c I re Bain her entire memory as soon Killing oatllt'day ns sl)e leacl 'e<l Beaumont and saw • her mother. CSCEOLA, Ark.—Fred Oswald, 30. of Kclscr. Is dead and hh I'liencl and neighbor, Tom Amos, wlro about 30. is in the Osceola JiuL charged willi his murder. The kilting occi'm'd at li'30 Saturday afternoon in the yard of Forrest Wallrlc, a neighbor of Oswald and Amos, about n mile west of Kelser. Amos, large and with something of a reputation as a dangerous man, had been in Reiser fill afternoon, drihkinj, and had : been, warned by Constable George Scull that if he did not go home „,,»,„,„„ , he would be locked up for drunk- i „ MEMPI «S. -fine 22 (UP) - enness and disorderly conduct To ] l ' al ™ crs prayed-for rain through- save him from arrest his friend • 0llL llle >lM soul ' h nrea Uxia V nll[1 Memphis Observer Predicts Showers' for Tennessee and Kentucky Irrigation Boosts Poialo Yield Os«-n!«. prevailed upon another neighbor, Boise Wootcridje, to 'drive them liome. Wllhm a quarter of a mile of the house the road became so rough that Oswald and Amos got out of the v.-nju linn muua tjtn out oi tne uiwi. uiiiricu u iiuie cneer to- car and started to walk the re- dny for Tennessee and Kentucky inclining distance. WnUric spoke, to Uiem from his sleps as they passed his nous: and Amos,, becoming angered struck him in the face. Oswald icught to intervene and Amoi seized an eight-Inch cedar post, leading farmers showed that truck for.r feet long, and knocked Os- "'"'"" "•"' "-t""*-'—"-•— - wald unconscious witli He then stcod over him . and crushed his skull with successivr several days lost week. Corning, Oswald died while he was be- Ark. reported 113 Saturday. ng laken to- the office of Dr J. T. Polk at Kelsur. . Chief Deputy, sheriff Hale Jack•-still, and-.Deputy J. W. Thrailkli: a canal tank about a mile "west of the scene of Ihe killing.' He was to be arraigned before Justice B. I. Greene of Kelser for preliminary hearing today.' Veteran Pilots Trained For British Hydroplanes LONDON (UP)^Seventy qualified Imperial Airways pilots arc in school again preparing lo fly the huge four-engined hydroplane! whic'h are to be used on 20,000 miles of Empire routes. Many of these pUots have thou- Fands of hours' Hying'experience. All' Empire lines are to be speeded up by replacing most, 'present land airplanes with faster flying- boats. The new planes now under construction will be used for day and night flying. New York Cotton NEW YORK, June 22 (UP) — Cotton closed steady. oj)en liigh low close July Oct Dec Jan March May 1220 1153 1HG 1144 1H7 1150 1237 1108 1163 1161 1162 1167 1213 1146 1140 1138 1139 1145 1231 1163 1157 1157 1158 1104 Spots closed steady at 1241. up 9. Spot Average Is 12.37 The average price of 7-8 Inch i middling cotton on the leu spot I markets today was 12.37, according to the Blytheville Board of Trade. Produced are entitled to no subsidy when the spot average Is-above 12 cents a pound. New Orleans Cotton Afler opening about 50 cenls a lale lower Ihe cotlon market met support on, trade buying todas and prices were boosted to gains ranginj from 7 to 10 points, doe- ing prices were the highest this season. open high low dose 1220 1236 1211 1232 1150 1164 IMS 1160 1142 1159 1138 1155 1141 1155 1141 1155 1H<5 1159 1138 115Sb Mi »y IH4 1161 1H4 HSIb Spcls closed steady at 1252. up July Jn » March Livestock (UP>- EAST ST. LOUIS. 111. Hogs 9500. Top 10.50 170-230 Ibs., 10.40-1050 H011GO Ibs., 9.65-1535 Bulk sows 8.65-9.00 Cattle 5000 Steers 7.75-7.55 Slaughter steers 5.50-8.25 Mixed yearlings and heifers 5.50 8.00 Slaughter heifers 5.00-8.50 Beet cows 4.50-5.50 legro truck farmers,, near here, rled weird Incantations handed down by slave ancestors In an effort to save their crops. United States Meteorlllglst W. P. Brlst'offered a little cheer to :ith forecasts for showers late tonight or Thursday and cooler temperatures but no rain was In prospect for Arkansas, Mississippi 'nd Missouri. ' A survey ol county agents and - In many areas were almost wholly seared beyond value as the sun shot the mercury well above 100 degrees for Early corn .was suffering con-. stderably, cotton j'-; generally .Vims not .been- affected .yet but leguiii- ', total crops/ we _ -. ... -.'Of Crittenden county, Ark. said; "Lespedeza and clover art dying. Soybeans , are beginning to suffer. Some corn is already ruined but other patches would produce' a part of a crop' if rain comes through. Cotton is looking good but if the drouth holds up much longer there Will'be s a short crop." Slight Kelief From Heat LITTLE ROCK, June 22 (UP) —Slight relief for state residents from tlie high temperatures of -he past four days was predicted ?y, the weather bureau today for *e next 24 hours but no relief was predicted 'from the drouth that is slowly cutting down the ;otton and corn crops. Meteorologist C. E. Cole predicted high temperature f 9G degrees 'or Little Rock today and similar ower records for the rest of the state. State streams were nt low lev- !ls where a year ago they were tankful and overflowing valuable r arm lands. Fruit (arm operators said the drouth which entered its 12th day was having Its effect on fruit and that the apple and peach crops would be below normal. Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK, June 22 (UP) — The new tax bill paradoxically was a favorable factor for tlie stock market today. Traders bidj up the issues which were expected to receive heavier dividends to avoid high tax payments and the general list Improved them in trading around lion shares. A T and T Anaconda Copper Bethlehem Steel Chrysler 104 5-8 Cities Service 5 Coca Cola 1001-2 General American Tank 49 General Eleclric 39 General Motors C6 3-8 International Harvester 88 1-4 McKesson-Robblns 91-8 Montgomery Ward 453-4 A 30-acre experiment in irrigation on the" Godfrey White farm, near Osceola. lias produced such satisfactory results that Mr. While plans to extend it to SO additional acres before fail. Tlie upper picture shows Mr. White standing in an irrigated field of Irish potatoes. The lower picture shows how.' the water reaches the fields through ditches. New York Central 37 3-8 Packard 10 1-2 Phillips Pelroleum 40 1-2 Radio Corp 12 1-4 St. Louis-San Francisco 2 1-8 Simmons Bed 30 Standard of N J 59 1-4 Texas Co U S Smelling U S Steel Warner Bros Zonltc 33 3-4 Godfrey Wliile Plans to Expand System Now in Chicago Wheat would have been this dry season, but somewhat less satisfaclory In the case of the beans, some of which suffered from direct contact of the plants with the water. Mr. White believes he can correct this difficulty in the future by making the middles between the rows deeper. Expense in connection with the irrigation system has not been , .. _. Breat. Practically all. of the-ditched i' n U' r I m ° nml grading work was done UperallOn Ull HlS I'arm joy regular farm labor and equlp- . | ment. A tractor furnishes |»wer Godfrey White, who In recent; for pumping the water. years has gone extensively IntOi the production of truck crops on! f I'D'' i I Ills farm north of Osceola, ls now | ^OUrt, Reporter Ofl Job irrigating about 'M acres of beans | and potatoes and plans to extend I the system to about 90 additional' acres In time for a fall spinach JANESVILLE. WIs. (UPt—Wiien Francis C. Grant retires soon af- as court reporter of icial district here, he will have served one of as court reix>rter .tales. During "nis i the Job, Grant has 59 Years to Retire luien Will Not Recognize Annexation of Ethiopia LONDON, June 22 (UP)-Cirtal. llrllnin he.s no Inlcnllon »t Ihe Imthcomhig Leajue cf Nations im'oling In. Geneva to "propose <-t assent to recognition of Italy's annexation of Ethiopia," foreign Secretnry Anthony Eden told Ihe hoi!se of commons today, Great Brllnln also has no In- lenticn cf comi'ltlng the United States or other signatories about Italy's violation of the Urlnnd- Kellogg peace pact, Eden told Uiii'stloners.' "Tlie time fcr lluu would linvt; been at tlie opening of hostilll- ii's," he said. "We preferred to work through the League." STfll OF BUT! ITSjpRSED Appeals Court Orders Trial of Wheeler-Ray- buni Act Cases WASHINGTON, June 32 <UP)- Tlie United Slates court of appeals tcday reversed a lower court ruling granting a stay In suit Utacklng the conslltutlomillty b 'hci Whcclcr-naybiirn utility hold- 'ng company act. As a result the suits broujh' 'y (he North American compan :md Ihe American Waterworks And Electric company nirsl go Jn trial.- The stay order, granted by District Supreme Court Justice Jennings Bailey, was to have been effective pending a dccls- lo'n lu the Electric Bond and Share company case by Ihe supreme court of the United Stitlcs I1ie stay' was requested by Atty. Qcn. Homer S. Cummlngs, who pleaded that Ihe inutlpllcity ol Mis would "break down the machinery of, the justice ', department." • * * ' • " . \ There arc 48. similar, suit* ..-filed lit the federal courts of i tlie nation. . ' ..' Georgia New Deal Foe Will Not Join Al In Tlircalcneil l?oll ATLANTA, Gil., June 22 (UP) — Gov. Eugene Tiilmadste. fiery .spokesman lor Insurgent Democrats of (he deep south, loday lolncd Al Smllli, Joseph II: Kly :ind other anti-New Duulcrs in a demand for repudiation of President Roosevelt. Tnlmadgc, however, innclc It clear that he will not "tnko u walk" shorld Ihe foes of the New Deal meet defeat In Ihelr fight, o slop Roosevelt at Philadelphia. "The fight must be kept In the larly," said the Georgia governor. who last February threatened to .lead "two million discontented j Dixie Democrats" out of parly ranks. "I nm no bolter." The .susponder-snanpliyf executive, national comnilUceman for Dccrglu, lemnlncd In Dixie lo- Iny nyhlli! Georgia's convention delegation rolled north to I'hlia- Jclphln to cast (lie stale's 24 'oles for President Roosevelt, Still illlei- at New Denl pellicles, which ic has fought since Mr. lloosu- velt was inaugurated, he nevertheless ludlcalcd lie was "regu- l " his paign the Helena. Bailey Picks Helena for Launching Campaign LITTLE ROCK, June 22 (UP) VAtty. ben. Carl E. Uallcy announced today that he would open gubernatorial speaking cam- night of June 2D at . ','•"' Bailey, Insetting his dale, accepted the Invitation tendered last week by the" Phillips county "Bailey-for-Governor club" to open his campaign there. ' Bnlley's announcement, leaves Lt. Oov. Lee Cazort, Howard Heed, Dave Partalii and former Governor .Tom Terra! . as the only candidates who have not decided when they will slart active campaigning. crop. Water is obtained from ii well 87 i which prodnce.s about 200 gallons 64 3-81 per minute. Gravity carries it 9 7-81 through ditches to the fields. G 1-1 • July Eep is open high low 92 1-2 95 1-4 91 1-2 close 95 ft nowsdo™ the middies: J 931-4 953-4 '""y . „„. . .. "••• '-'-"K-'J un me 100, uraiu. nas H^u^iai uiop tne vv€ ,,,„;, has jbcen cxpermenllng learned to write wKh ease with lege building cupola, with irrigation for a number of either hand years but this'is the first attempt! —l—_i_: I with it on a commercial scale. The city Saves on Fireworks WICHITA fields to be irrigated must be' OROVILLE Cal (UP There dust storm Is Kiiraririh. ornrIM Ift WtTlllt Hip ,,-ill u. ... -2,V.. IUP '~ f . -i: ....!? , a (UP) _ Tere to pcrnilt the will b= no omda , ' . t , he ' open 64 B3 high 05 7-8 64 1-4 low = no omda , . t , he water to reach all parts of them Fourth of j u i v celebration h-re n - ( , paM ' ^T The m * with respect to ordinary without have been g< the potatoes, ,„ .. uv the «,» 'i r ~: '• •*""• appropriation in- l ^ m , 1Scua ' 1 steul tor ^lef work project* that Starving Islanders Get Food From Coast Guard HONOLULU (UP)—The 115 Inhabitants of lonely Swnln Island, 200 miles north of Pago Pago, Samoa, probably owe their lives today lo the U. S. Coast Guard cutter Itasca. Returning here from a two months' sweep of the South Se.i.s, principally on an aviation survey, the Kasca's Commander Fraser Brown revealed the vessel landed rations and supplies on the bland, where the population Was found to be virtually without food following a hurricane. It was the first time In the history of the South Seas that o U. S. Coast Guard vessel performed such relief service. Old Washington Statue . Of Wood Gets Repairs . r In Washington, Jouett Shouse, LEXINGTON Va (UP) _ Tin- P resWent ol lhc American Liberty old wooden statue of mwi Lca B" e . yesterday asserted that Washington that has looked down [)c " locrats owcd no lo Wty to tlie for 100 years on the students ot .?' and hinted thl Washington and Lee Unlversitv a wa k " (rom tnc VW* has been removed from its pcd-! Pa c °" vcnt " m - laniion Ucclincs Comment TOPEKA, Kans.. June 22 (UP) —Oov. AH M. Landon loday declined to comment directly on the bolt of Al Smith and four prominent Democrats from their •ty but said cryptically: The line of demarcation between fealty to party and loyalty to covntry Is something for each citizen to determine for himself." Governor Landon will be notified formally of his nomination I for the presidency on tlie night of July 23 on the stei>s of the itale house at Topcka. lar" and would support "whatever :nndldnle nnd platform is adopted at Philadelphia." "Kcc|> Klgbl Within 1'arl.v" Speaking from his execullvc offices, Talmadge Invited Al Smith and any other Democratic groiij- opposcd lo llic New Deal, to "get ln : touch with me by , w iru and I'll be'"right there to help them, provided-they--'will kcop the fight within the ,party—1 • rim- a- parly man.'.' ..„,,.,. In ^a, joint slalefnen{"'-at f)ew York yeslerilny, SinKh, Ely, fohn- er, governor of ^Massachusetts, former Senator Jaiiies A. Reed 'of .Missouri, former Secretary o^ Slrilc Ualnbrldge Colby and former stnl6 Supreme Court Justice Daniel. F. Cohalan demanded "the ; putting aside of Franklin D. Rooipyelt nnd the substitution of some'genuine Democrat." ' '.-.. , "i, . There was In the statement"'addressed "to the delegates • of the nallonal Democratic convention p! 1038," an expression closely, akin to a threat to bolt If Mr. Hoosfc- velt should be renpminateil., : ',-;' If the anti-Roosevelt drive tail 1 ed, they said, "then patrlollc voters of all parties will know unhesitatingly to what standard they must rally in order to preserve -the America lo the great" leaders d the past. All Five I'ocs of New Dcul All five have been hostile to President Roosevelt's iwllcies for some time, but this was their tlrsl move in concert, in December Ely said he would support Smith If he sought the Democratic nomination this year. Smith has miidc no move indicating he desired' It It was Ely (n 1932 led the unsuccessful light for Smith nomination. Smith's leadership of this newly formed "slop Roosevelt" movement, followed by six monMis his speech In Washington before the. American Liberty League in which he threatened obliquely to "take a walk" if Mr. Roosevelt were re- nominated. Reed last August predicted Mr Roosevelt's defeat If the Republicans adopled a "good" platform and chase a "good" candldale. Colby In May, 1935, urged "some form of political action'' against the New Deal" that Is for our country and above party." Cohalan recently advocated n cpubllcan-Dcmocratlc coal i t lo n against Mr. Roosevelt. l.ovall' Budge Above Ls n reproduction of tiic Arkansas Loyally u>a«ue budge ba- Ing distributed tills week Io members ol Hie League who have con- Iribulecl $10 'toward the goal o( S100.0CO sought to advertise Arkansas. This badge is made Irani «l- iimlmim ore mined at Duuxltc, Ark. Big German Dirigible Reaches Lakeluu'sl After 62 Hour's in Air IjAkEIIUUST, N. J., June 32 (U P) —. The dirigible Illndcnlniru completed her third westward crcssinij of Hie Atlantic todny, HI lioiirs, 58 minutes after she left Frankfort, Ge'rmany. Actually the big ship made the voyage In less than that time for after circling over Uikelmrst nl S A. M., she circled until 4:15. nwnllltig clear daylight before dropping a moorhyj line. She wns lied up at 4:28 A, M. she left Frankfort at' ,2:30 p. M., Friday, On Its /Irst aeriiuiiiy-to-Anier- Ica trip Uiti Zeppelin made" the crossing, in , houra,, ,H8 uililulcs It crcssod :lhc 'second time," JiTi.78 lioiirs, 2«. minutes, Dr. Huso Eckcner, commanding (he . Illnilenburg, on this night, linlil. that the huge -craft set a record for HID run from Frnuk- fcrl-am-Main to Sandy Hook. The time for this distance was 59 hours nnd 25 'in'lmjta.,';.'. , . "We also averaged 85' knots an hour for Ihe first .24 hours' out which Is a record in 'it.U'lf," lie: said, . . [Snatches-Empty .Purse from Woman on Street A jiiir.w switcher was active on Walnut and ChlckasawbaV Saturday night but gained little for his efforts. Tlie; snalcher, Identified as a while 111:111, grabbed u purse from a woman near, . Hie corner of Chicknsawba and. Sixth, In the vicinity of the graveyard comer, nnd then hurried over to the south end of the graveyard, attempting (3 snatch u purse from a Mrs. Miller on the Walnut slrect side of the graveyard. The purse' .taken- by - the man had no money in It and was found abandoned nearby. Chief of Police Ed Rice said he had no record of (he name of one of the. women and knew the other only as a Mix. Miller. estal. Tlie slatue, about 8 f ee t high has been painted so often that it looks as If it were made of marble. The university biology department however, says It is made of locust After the statue Is cleaned mid P " ty "'I 1 sald cr >'P tlcan J' : strengthened, It goes ted on IUI '""" "' ""—"' pedestal atop the Washington Col Haro.d Edward ?,i?, W ,, iS Casually the Metropolitan urtncc Company to pany o recover damages on a policy. The widow charges the dust'stotm caused a streptococcls Infection which Walpole's Test Finds Fire ; Siren Working Well City firemen .were summoned to Ihe home of Miss Sunshine S'.vitt on Davis street early Sunday night when her car caught afire. ngc was slight. : ' About noon today firemen experienced a false alarm when Horace iWalpole, fireman and electrician, "tested 1 ' the city fire siren by turning a switcli on the aliirm after making a minor repair. Bolt by Smith Piovides Excitement on Eye of Parly Session IIV 1,YI,K 0. WHSON Urllcd 1'rtss Stuff Corre-iiiomlt ill IMIIUIUEU'HIA,, Julie, 12 (UP1 —Al Smith'!, bolt "and a biewlng platform fight to outdo' the Ue- miL-llcuii monopoly plunk ,ih!iK>d Ihe neniccratlc iiattpnul convention today toward'Hie formal sessions which begin"?tomoriov 'iho Smith bolt^ piovided the chief excitement as the sniooth- fi rationing ndmlnlslrutlon controlled convention mach|ni>ry pip- parcd for the opening Smllli Unlikely To Appeu- Hut small hope wu,<i held for the tin-ill • of a pcisotml appeal- unce by Smllli on Ihe convention lloor and a possible appuil by Iho hearse-spoken .vvcniei of flic In own. derby. At .least one New York .state delegate urged" Smith to conic to , the convention -but all Indications wore that lie would rest his case with the telciraiil dispatched lo delegates by t>mil|i former Gov. Joseph Ll> of Mnwi-, •ImsolLs-, former .Senator .mines Reed of Missouri. Bnlnbildgc Colby and Daniel Cohalan Should lie change Jih mind mid come lo PhllaUeF 1 >lu'B, howcvei, National Chairman James A rai- ley promised him a healing "Ju<a like any .other dclegale.' There were at least two factors In (do plalfoiiu monopoly controversy. Want Hlroiif Monopoly 1'Unk There was a itesha to win Hie applarsc of those who supporled Scnalov William B Bornha fight for a strong monopoly plank In the Republican platform and at. l,hfc n«i«aj-Ume--atlirSLt uiivl-uion- opoly iigrai ians wlio Simj bo attracted., to thd U|lrd party ticket of Rep.. William Lemkc'of North Dakota... ; • .'•. With tills thought, .in mind (he ••iugiresMon^wlis.'presented of In- I03(j' 'lilatform 'the ' same 19ia Dcnipcrotlc, monopoly i plank -which Borah ' used as a basis foi- his suggestions lo the Republican convention. ' . , the plank .would call foi nboll- tlon 'of lioldlnj ' cc'iip-mlK, beyond • the second degree, the difficulty of this-procLdirc was held* (o be lliat It would' antagonize further eastern Democratic elements which, already lean toward |he Emit 1 .-Ely-Reed cimp C;;7ort Acting Governor, During Party Convention LITTLE ROCK. June 22 (UP) — Lt Ciov. Lee Caroit assumed the duties of acting governor this morning during Governor J. : M. Putrell's absence from' the state to attend the national Democratic convention in Philadelphia. - . Cazort, after spending the morning In the executive offices, left for Morrllton lo deliver n cam-- "gn speech. En route back to' Little Rock tonight. Cazort wllli stop at Con way and speak In the Interest of his homestead exemption . constitutional ameridnient. Tree-Gnawing Beavers Test Farmer's Patience GREAT BEND, Kail, (UPI — Fred Schlcsslgcr, farmer living S3 miles northeast ot Tiere, faces a real dilemma. . .; A colony of beavers on his farm lave gnnwcd down several trees, one being a -valuable cottonwood 15 Inches in diameter at the base. Schlessiger prepared to shoot-and rap the beavers, but learned It is igainst the law to do either. Just how to save his trees and lot violate state laws is the prob- cm he must work out. Cats Used to Guard Cherries From Birds HICKORY, N. c. (UP)-G. p. Tvey uses three cats as watchmen for his.favorllc cherry Iree. By a ' rope passing through a pulley attached to a 5ilgh 'limb, Ivey hoists a. cage into the .tree." Every eight hours, the ca»e 1= lowered and Ihe cat on duty i? relieved by one of his feline co- I workers. . Birds, sensing danger in the presence of a cat, pass up Ivey's cherries. At tlie end of last Sci'ti<mbe-. i England was paying a total of 2.3-15,000 old-age pensions, including both contributory and non- «wli1b>ilory. TOLEDO (UP)-For four years, teachers at DeVilblss High School confused Margaret Ramsey, a student, with Margaret Ratnsty, another student. To avoid a nilxup of diplomas at commencement one Ma.rgaret added the initial 'E lo her ii.i'iiie." • Commons Sets Back Cupid OTTAWA, Ont. (UP)-Thc Ca-' nadian House 6f Commons has been closed to Ciipld as a hunting ground. Arthur Beauchesne. clerk Of the House, has issued orders that men and women emploje* must not entertain eai'n other in offices while Ihe "boss" is away WEATHER ARKANSAS—Generally fair tonight and • Tuesday. Not quite so warm in north and central portions tonight. Memphis and Vicinity—Showers, beginning tatc tonight cr Tuesday. Cooler. The maximum temperature here yesterday was 101, minimum 72. clear, according to Samuel P. Morris, . official weather .observer. Saturday the maximum was 101.

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