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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 16 FIFTEEN Mason City's Calendar ·4- Aprll 14-16--Mason City building and home furnishings show at high school gymnasium. April 24, -- Free Christian Science lecture by William E. Brown, C. S B. Los Angeles, Cal., in church edifice, Third street northwest and Washington avenue, at p. m. lUrVDV/l' V^AJL *· VJIAJWAJA-' v-*"--" 7 ···· COUNCIL WILL RECEIVE STORM SEWERJ3IDS_MAYJ: Here In Mason City 2,500 MUSICIANS TO COMPETE FOR DISTRICT HONORS Schedule for Contest to Be Held Here Friday and Saturday Given. · Cso Teerlcne lor washing walls. , Shepherd's Paint Wallpaper. ·- Leslie Adams, S04 Second street 'southeast, was sentenced by Police "judge Morris Laird to attend traffic school for double parking and W. J. Kelly, 1407 South Federal avenue, was sentenced for parking on the wrong side of the street. Ritz Hotel dinners, juicy stcaks- . chicken-ribs. Dance to the music of "Joe and Lil" every nite. ' Iowa State Highway Patrolmen ' John Smith and Edgar Faber were -in Cedar Rapids Thursday to at- tend a district meeting under the " direction of Major B. A. Connolly, -assistant chief of the patrol. Church of Christ rummage sale - Friday and Saturday, 119 N. Fed. " Emerson Decker left for JVUnne- v apolis Thursday on a business tnp. -· He will interview several accounts served by the Decker Brothers ' Sporting Goods company and also · visit the Federal Cartridge com- '· pany in that city. I You can put so much more in a Crosley Shelvador electric refnger- ; ator. Mason City Hdwe. ' Morgan J. McEnancy, Mason City attorney, spent Thursday in Des '. Moines on business. - Use your SOc coupons at Boom- ·' hower Hdwe. paint sale. · W Beck, who has been ill at ·fc his home at 128 Tenth street north- Ifevest, was showing further improve- llnent- Thursday. · Boys! Girls! Look daily for surprise in Diamond Silver Cup Bread. 1-OLlTICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candidacy for the republican nomination for ' coroner of Cerro Gordo county sub. iect to the will of the republican voters at the June 1 primary elec- Uon ' DR. J. E. MCDONALD. Initiates at Quill and Scroll Banquet AT THE HOSPITALS = Mrs C. F. Boehnke, Ventura, was · dismissed from the Park hospital · Wednesday following a minor oper- ' ation. ' Mrs. Mike Kearney, Klemme, was admitted to the Mercy hospital Wednesday for treatment. · Mrs. Dan Soumas and infant ·' daughter, 520 Jackson avenue northwest, were dismissed from the ParK hospital Wednesday. ' Harry Trevitt, 239 Ninth street ·· southeast, was dismissed from the " Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. . Mrs. G. L. Miner and infant 'daughter, Clear Lake, were dis- l missed from the Park hospital - Wednesday. 3 Miss Marion Bracken, route 1, .I was dismissed from the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treat- m A 1 daughter weighing 7 pounds 12 -'. ounces was born to Mr and Mrs_ · Edwin Bock, Garner, at the Park ; hospital Wednesday. Youth Kills Himself When Caught in Store RAVENNA, Ohio. Moore, 19 year old Hiram college sophomore, shot and fatally wounded himself early Thursday when policemen. apprehended him in a hardware store which he had entered through a rear window. President Kenneth I. Brown of Hiram, identified Moore as tte son of W. G. Moore, prominent Lisbon, Ohio, attorney. EXECUTIVE SALESMAN We are looking for a man capable of building an agency organization for a mutual life insurance company. This man must be of a pioneering character and possess confidence in his own ability to deliver. He will be given full charge of the agency. A most liberal proposition will be given the right man. REPLY RE5D STEELE Special Field Representative 941 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, Indiana More than 2,500 students, already, winners in subdistrict contests will compete here Friday and Saturday in the district musit. contest. This year all the events have been compressed into Friday evening, and all day Saturday and Saturday evening, making it par ticularly important that everyone be ready for events to be run a scheduled. Manager James Ra said. In this contest there will be a to tal of 257 contested appearances Soloists, small groups and larg bands, orchestras, choruses an glee clubs will compete for th right to go to the state contest a Iowa City. The schedule of piano and voca events: FRIDAY EVENING High School Auditorium 7-00--Piano solo, demons, Storj City, Goldfield. Rolfe, Mason Cit (Barbara Scott), Jefferson, Me bourne, Boone, Plover. 8:15--Tenor solo, Britt, Esthe ville, Graettinger, Lincoln town ship, Nevada, Renwick, Rockwe City, Roland. 9':00--Baritone-bass solo, BuEfa township. New Providence, Brit Estherville, Jewell, Rolfe, Ogden, Pomeroy, Nevada, Jefferson, Eldora. SATUBDAV FORENOON St. John's Parish Hall. 8:30--Sopjuno solo, Northwood, Britt. Eagle Grove, Ames, Gilbert, Lohrville, .Melbourne, Rockwell City. 9:15--contralto solo. Eagle Grove, Hanlontown, Jewell, Boone, Nevada, Randall, Rockwell City, Rolfe. 10-00--Boys Small Vocal Group, Class B-C, Forest City, Iowa Falls, Britt, Eldora; Nevada, Rolfe, Pomeroy. ll_Bovs' small vocal group, S minutes, class AA-A, Eagle Grove,. 11:10--Girls' small vocal group, 8 minutes, class AA-A. Boone, Mason Citv, Eagle Grove, Ames. High School Auditorium. 8'30--Boys' glee club, 10 minutes Class B--Eldora, Britt, Lake Mills Pocahontas, Manson, Lake City. 9-35 Class C--Hurt, Plover, Randall' Renwick, Rolfe, State Center 10:40 Class A--Eagle Grove Ames. Class AA--Mason City. 11:05 Event No. 2--Girls' gle club 10 minutes. Class A--Ames Eagle Grove. Class AA--Mason City. SATURDAY AFTERNOON St. John's Parish HaJl 1:15--Mixed Small Vocal Group-8 Minutes. Class B-C--Northwood, Britt, Lake Mills, Iowa Falls, Roland, Plover, Melbourne, Rockwell City, Pomeroy. 2:35 Class AA-A--Mason City. 2-50_Girls Small Vocal group-8 minutes--Class B-C--Estherville, Eldora, Britt, Forest City, Hampton, Nevada, Iowa Falls, Jefferson, Manson Northwood, Plover. Rockwell City, State Center, Scranton. Lincoln School Auditorium. 1:15--Girls' Glee club--Class C-Rolfe, Gilbert, Plover, Fertile, Renwick, Bode, Slater, Thompson, State Center, Stratford. 3-05--Class B--Pocahontas, Madrid, Eldora. Gamer, Manson, Nevada, Scranton, Northwood, Story City, Rockwell City, Lake Mills. SATURDAY EVENING Lincoln School Auditorium. 7:15_Mixed Chorus--Class C-Renwick, Slater, Plover, Thompson, Churdan. Burt, Gilbert. 8:30--Class B--Rockwell City, Scranton, Clarion, Britt, Eldora, Lake Mills, Northwood, Nevada. 9:50--Class A--Ames, Eagle Grove, Class AA--Mason City. The schedule of events for instrumental competition is: FRIDAY EVENING Music Hall. 7--Viola solo, Rolfe, Marshalltown, Mason City, (Carleton Rohr), 7:15--Cello solo, Burt, Plover, Scranton. Story City. 7-40--Violin solo, Eldora, Boone, Graettinger, Mason City (Evelyn Cheesman), Marshalltown, Emmetsburg. 8:35--String bass solo, Ames, Plover, Renwick, Rolfe. 9--Group of strings, Class B-C, Renwick. Rolfe, Story City, Scran- 9:35--Class AA-A, Mason City, Boone Marshalltown. SATURDAY FORENOON. Lincoln School Auditorium. 8:30-- Tuba solo, Manly. Burt, A1- gona, Manson, Nevada, Mason City (Bob Collens), Eldora, Ringsted, Madrid. 9-20 -- Baritone-euphonium solo, Marshalltown, Havelock, Nevada, Northwood, Plover, Eldora. g : ;55--Woodwind groups, class BC, Rolfe. Manly, Northwood, Nevada, Slater. 10:40--French horn solo. Mason City (Jack Weir), Marshalltown. Ames. Fonda, Fort Dodge. Central School Grounds. 11:10--Marching band, Class C, Ackley, Thompson. Class B, Eldora. Class A--Eagle Grove. Class AA--Marshalltown. Class B--Eldora. Music Hall 8:30--Saxophone solo, Manly, Northwood. Britt, Lincoln township, Manf n. Marshalltown, Grand Junction. 9:10--Clarinet solo, Northwood, Mason City (Earl Fladncss), Eagle Grove, Algona. Marshalltown, Ames. Rolfe. Lake City. 9:55 -- Trumpet-cornet s o l o . Rolfe. Bode. Iowa Training school. PERMIT SOUGHT TO DIG WELL ON CITY'S PROPERTY Beer Permits Renewed and Denied by Councilmen m Special Meeting. The cily council at u special meeting Thursday morning set Monday. May 4. at 1:30 p. in. as the date for opening of bids lor the constru-tioii or a supplcmen tary storm sewer. A resolution of necessity, passed bv the couneilmcn, all ot whom were present at the meeting, set out the details of the proposal, which is an addition to the storm sewer let as a PWA project some Hanford Wedn night. (Lock Photo, Kayenay Engraving) neys and draw up a proposition to presented to the council. The city manager raised the point that the situation was one In which permission was asked to dig a well on city property to connect with private property. The city engineer stated the water used in the cooling system would overcrowd the sanitary sewer, especially if other similar plants were installed. The applicant, however, expressed a willingness to dispose of the water through the storm sewer. Talk About Rental. The question also was raised at to whether there should be a rental for use of the sewer on a situation of this character, this being one of the points it is hoped to clear up by inquiries to other cities where such installations have been made. The council revoked the beer per nit of Andrew Hatgcs of the Fed cral Fruit market, 223 North Fed eral avenue, on a recent conviction :or selling beer on Sunday. The ap weeks ago. The meeting was the first held 29 Initiated at High School Journalism Society Banquet; A uv; ju;^''" i £, " *·-* --- bv the new council since the organization meeting Apri!_ 6. Those m-esent Vilcox. Toasts, Floor Show* and Music Part of Program. The Wedgewood room of Hotel Hanford was the setting for an impressive colorful initiation ceremony Wednesday evening when 29 students of the Austin, Minn., high school and the Mason City high chool were inducted into Quill and Scroll honorary society for high school journalists. After the official mandates of Boh Peters who was vested with the authority of the international secretary, Fred D Cram in an inspiring address told the students "How to Get and Hold an Interested Reading Public." _ Sympathy, accuracy, liquidity in expression, color and truth were cited as essentials by Mr. Cram addressing for the first time mem bers of the chapter that bears m name. . , "First of all if you are going to catch and hold your reading public, you must have that sympathy which no dictionary can define, he said. ·You must have that broad sym- _hy by which you can put yourself into the other fellow's place and when you get older you must not forget that you were at one time a child. Must Be Accurate. "Besides sympathy you must have accuracy. You must train yourself 'for more expression and be able to crowd a great deal, into a short space. Then you must be meticulous in your diction. You must have, first of all, a large vocaou- lary But that doesn't tell it all, for you must know how to use your words in more ways than one. "It is wonderful how much of a servant we can make of this English tongue if we will only practice in the enlarging of tie vocabulary we already have, which, of course, is not saying that you should not add new words. There should be a free flow in newspaper work especially. Nobody wants to \VOrtt etrue-i*i"j- * 1 , read a newspaper item that, drags. "Then there roust be color in your English. There must also be legitimacy. What Is Truth. ·'I want to speak cE truth What is truth to me is not truth to you. The scientists searches for the truth and he never knows whether he has found it or not because what is truth today is not truth tomorrow. The historian witnesses truth but he doesn't make it. "Only those who are builders express the truth. It is the poet, not the versifier, who expresses the truth. The novelist, too, expresses the truth. The newspaper writer has to tell more than the truth sometimes, in order to tell the truth and sometimes the newspaper writer fol- ows the injunction on the wall ot Eagle Grove, Mason City (Bob Run-yar,), Marshalltown, Kensett, the St. Thomas hospital at Mar- halltown. -You should always tell he truth but you need not always ell all of the truth.' And the newspaper man, if he is a good news- japer man knows how much of the iruth to tell." Helen Hoffstater. Beatrice Cipra. Burnette Thompson, Helen Breedlove, Edith Laufle, Eileen Rouze, Iva Scholl and Robert Cary, Austin, initiates, were introduced and decorated by Esther Marcusen, Austin editor of the Sentinel. The Cub Gazette group, consisting of Verna Winchell, Frances Avery Margaret Hartigan, Bob Parrish Alice Hartey, John Armentrout Mary Thompson, Frances Emmert Glen Buchanan, Nancy Bowen Walter Sweet, Martin YoselofI Arthur Fischbeck and Bob Majo were decorated by James Christen sen and Masonian initiates by John Moore. The Masonian group con sisted of Jeanne Ludwig. Howar Dresser, Mable Leake and Don Sobieski. Presented Guvcl. The program was concluded b the presentation of the Quill an Scroll gavel to Bob Parrish. editor in-chief of the "Cub," by Bob Pe ere, retiring- president. Much amuse ment was caused by Peters' inabi ity to find the gavel, which Parris later removed from under his coat The evening's program commenced before the banquet with a brief speech of welcome to the Austin delegates and their adviser, Miss Rachel. D. Gardner by Bob Peters, who officiated throughout the program as master of ceremonies. A reply, "We're Glad We Came" was given by the Austin delegate, Beatrice Cipra. Preceding the initiatory ceremony four humorous toasts were given by Gerald Alter, Martin Yoseloff. Bob Parrish, "editerriblist." and Reuben Nyquist, head of the high school commercial department, on "What Journalism Has Done for Me," "What I've Done for Journalism," "What I've Done to Journalism" and "What Journalists Have Done to Us," respectively. Floor Show Given. An excellent floor show of music dancing and variety numbers was presented between courses. James included Mayor Councilmen Leo W. S. Davey, solo, "Fantasic Mclancolique," y Reichart was offered by Bob laior while Bill Pappas, national ha'mpion. played "Carnival of Ven- cc" by Jean Jean. Both were ac- ompanicd by Dorothy Evans. A tap dance, "Struttin'," was given by Jeanne Ludwig, and bob Parrish prestidigitator, presented his mys ifying "Chinese Temple Chain" illu sion. Dorothy Skalicky. Frances Em mert, Helen Kasek and Mary Thompson constituted a reception committee for the Austin delegates and guests. Blue and gold nut cups, scrolls and quills and candles constituted the table decorations under the supervision of Jeanne Ludwig. Funeral Services for Dr. Clarence Palmer on Friday Afternoon Funeral services for Dr. Clurence E. Palmer, 24 Virginia avenue southeast, who died Wednesday of pneumonia following a lingering ill- will be held at the Randall plication of the Federal Fruit mar ket for a renewal of its beer per mit. which was about to expire, wa lay Pauley. H. C. Brown and Ar. eiirh Marshall, City Manager Herbert T. Barclay, City Solicitor H. J Brvant, City Engineer C. H. Stevens and Miss Rena Mack, city clerk. Money Available. The additional sewer' construction is made possible because of If37,500 available of federal and city money, appropriated for this purpose, after the letting of the previous sewer contract. The city was granted $67,500 m federal funds for sewer construction, to match which the city sold !?90,000 in bonds. Of this combined S157.500 approximately $120,000 denied. A new C permit was grantee James J. Edgington of the Fores Park grocery and the Maid Rit Sandwich shop. 111 West Stat street, was allowed a B permit. Penults Renewed. The council renewed the E pe mit of Joseph J. Gillam of the Ead mar hotel and the following C pe mits: Britven grocery, 1647 North Fe eral avenue, William Garfin, 423 Third stre northeast. John Palles, Sixteenth stre northwest. Raymond W. Willson, 404 F teenth street northwest. Kropman grocery, 19 Ninth stree CLOSING DAY OF BUILDERS' SHOW iwanis Club Sees Latest Home Furnishings and Building Methods. Among the many visitors at the Mason City building and home fur- ishings show in the high school ymnasium Thursday, the final ay, was the Kiwanis club. The real variety of exhibits at the how, covering all phases of fur- ishing and building of homes, at- racted much attention. At the show, open through Thursday evening, the latest of appliances for housekeeping were [emonstrated, as well as the newest approved methods in making lomes convenient and attractive. The Kiwanis club met in Hotel Hanford for lunch before going to sewer south $37.- JJCOS, Will "·"- " * - * -- "- funeral home Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. A. S Carlson of the Congregational be used for the mam project from Willow creek along Federal avenue. leavin D 500 which can only be used for additional sewer construction pur- The proposed sewer addition will cariT the surface water from most of the" retail section to Willow creek, going north to Third street northwest and northeast. The pro- iect aHo includes some laterals for carrying water into the Winncbago river main. Want to Dig Well. The council had before it again the application for permission to dig a well in the alley to the real for the installation of a cooling sys tern in the Soda Grill. The councilmen, cognizant ortheast. John Cazonas, outheast. Jack Schwab, treet. ue southeast. Central Food market, 111 nd street northeast. thei 0-- Oboe solo, Eldora, Mason City (Homer Hockenbeny). . 10-55-- Trombone solo, Kensett, Mason City (Floyd Nichols), Pocahontas. Ames. 11-20-- Marimba-xylophone sola Marshalltown. Mason City (Ruth Christensen "accompanied the soup course" with "Dance of the Reed Flutes," by Tschaikowsky. Newton Flarup furnished the accompaniment. "Rigoletto" by Bassi was offered by Ear) Fiadness, accompanied by Marjorie Pappas, while a Negro spiritual and original "hits" were sung by Don Sobieski, John Moore, Don Kunz and Roger Downing. Billed as "A Surprise Sextet of Cabaret Dancers," Dorothea Williamson, Joe Hamilton, James Christensen, Mary Thompson, Don Sobieski and Helen Hamilton under the pseudonyms of Senorita Hosanna, Senor Jose, Ivan Auffelitch, Ima Littleoff, Mac Carronni and Nita Martini offered an hilarious burlesque on the "art of the dance." k_,tia lauu ui ,,·..- o j . 1 church, in charge of services. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery. Dr Palmer was the oldest son of Maurice L. and Mattie Palmer, and was born at New Hartford, Feb. 28 1885. He was graduated from the schools at Allison and moved to Mason City with his parents m laOi, and was graduated from the Mason City high school in 1905. For several years he taught in schools at Meservey and Fertile and received his doctor's degree at Iowa City in 1912. After a year at Flower hospital in New York City he started to practice medicine at Hawarden. In 1914 he was married to Blanche Horton of Hawarden During the past seven years Dr. Palmer has been ill at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mattie Palmer, 24 Virginia a.venue southeast. Surviv- him are his mother, a sister. Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mason City, and his wife and one daughter. Maren Sue, and two sons, Paul E. and Donald E of Cedar Rapids. Dr. Palmer was preceded in death by his father and two brothers, Earl M. and Marshall D. action in this situation would set a precedent for probable future re quests, stated they wanted informa tion in addition to that prcsente by Attys. D. H. Fitzpatrick and L A. Moe and authorized the , cit manager and city solicitor to mak further investigation of the matte 32 First street 606 East State Govig grocery, 506 Carolina ave- Sec- ,he show. At this meeting, Dr. W B. Long, lieutenant governor, told of the Kiwanis district session held at Waterloo Tuesday. President F. M. Humphrey announced that the meeting next week will be held Wednesday noon in the Y. M. C. A. Cor the interclub .volleyball tournament, the Kiwanis team meeting the Lions at 12:15 o'clock. The Kiwanis team will include ChucI; Gasswint, Harvey Major. Herman Knudson, Guy Blackmore, Dr. C. E Chenoweth and Chuck Lcnnan. Guests of the club were W. F. Bagley, Cec Frisk, Judge M. H. Kepler and Tom Harris. Mrs. Wesenberg Chairman of Franklin Music Work HAMPTON--Mrs. Walter Wesenberg of Morgan township was named county music chairman at a meeting of 4-H and township leaders Wednesday. Miss Zanetta Eager the extension division of Iowa Chicago Meat market, 626 Jackon avenue southwest. Evia Meat market, 508 Sixth treet southwest. The application of Bcrnice Power Cor a permit for 341 South Federal avenue was denied on the recommendation of the city manager. The council decided to make an inspection of the old federal building Friday rooming in order to start making plans for the remodeling of the structure for use as a city hall. of State college duscussed the music iroject for the year, which is music for family festivals. At any rate. Dr. Tugwell's Resettlement Bureau has probably contributed no little toward getting the swivel chair manufacurers out of (N. Car.) Ob- the red.--Charlotte server. PEOPLE . . . who have tested Fireside Fuels over a period of years find them to be the most economical in the long run and by far the most satisfactory. FIRESIDE FUEL CO. Phone 888 Joe Aamodt Held on Driving Charge Here Joe Aamodt, 504 Tyler avenue southwest, was- bound to the' grand iurv Thursday on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Aamodt was arrested by police at Fourth street and Monroe a.venue southwest about 11-45 o'clock Wednesday evening when he drove his_car over the curb and onto the parking. His bond was set at $500. Oossed-Eyes Straightened 75% of all Crossed-Eye cases respond to our Optometric methods, quickly, painlessly and inexpensively. W H Y A L L O W YOUR CHILD TO GROW UP DEFORMED? WHEN HELP IS SO EASILY OBTAINED? "Crossed-Eye Specialist" LEPPER, Optometrist ««"* f* « fM 4. C IT 10 First StreetS. E. Hijrh School Auditorium. 1-15-- Bassoon solo. Mason City (Doris Garvey), Marshalltown. 1-'2S-- Flute solo, Lake City, Laurens. Mason City (Bob Major). ( Northwood, State Center i 1-55-- Snare drum solo, Eagle Grove. Ames, Mason City (Ruth 2-15 -- Concert band, class B, Hampton. Northwood. Eldora, Nevada, Jefferson, Lake City, Manson. Music Hall. 1-30-- Woodwind groups. Class AA-A. Mason City. Ames. Boone. 1:55-- Brass groups, class B-C, Rolfe, Eldora, Clear Lake, Northwood Nevada. 2:40 _ Class AA-A. Ames. Mason City, Eagle Grove. 3:10-- Orchestra, ClasS C, State Center, Paton, Renwick, Rolfe, SATURDAY EVENING ^ High School Auditorium. 7:15-- Concert band. Class C, Sheffield. Ringsted. Ackley, State Center, Manly. 9:15-- Class A. Eagle Grove, Ames. Music Hall. 7:15-- Orchestra. Class A, Ames. Boone. . , 8-05-- Class B Jefferson, Lake City. Story City. Clarion. Britt, Pocahontas. REMOVAL SALE Fixtures, Floor and Table Lamps, Appliances MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE Regardless of Cost- New Stock -- Latest Styles A Sale of Hiffh Grade Merchandise at way below cost price! COME AND A bale 01 mgn ui_u , _ ^ mTTT ., BARG AJNgt ORGANDIES Fine organdy in pastel and dark shades. To 85c Value! ""' 29 C yd. SILKS Good quality silks in plain and printed patterns to $1.50 value. and yd. 300 GALLONS PAINT Nationally Known Brands AH Kinds -- Less Than Vz Price WOOL GOODS 54 Inch, just the thing for skirts, coats and suits. To $3.50 value! 19 First Street N. E. Phone 1230 MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS WHILE STOCK IS COMPLETE WOOL GOODS Plain and Fancy. To $2.50 Value! 23 e u.67 Big lot of ladies' beautiful Silk and Knitted Dresses priced to clean them up! BEESSES. for street and formal wear. To $12.50 value! $1.50 19' Plaid Suitings. To SOc · Q, Value A V yd. Fine Sateens To 45c value yd. Plain Prints To 25c value Fine Poplin 48c value yd. 36 In. Muslin, Q c Bleached O y d . ILot C c Curtain Goods 3? yd. 123 N. FEDERAL MASON CITY OPEN EVENINGS ACROSS CORNER FROM KIRK APARTMENTS

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