BATURDAT. NOVEMBER I, 1947 Society, Atetud, f Phone 44«l Margaret Hill Become. Bride of Alfred Kemper Miss Margaret Hill, daughfcr of Mr. »nd Mrs. Virgil Hill, becam. the bride of Allred D. Keraper, son o! William Kemp«r and tht late Mrs. Kemper, In a double rinr ceremony at j o'clock thU alt«rnooi] >l Calvary Baptist Church. ,v The Rev. P. H, Jernlgan, pastor, •pniciited in the presence of intimate friend* ot the couple. A background of white and orchid chrysanthemums entwined wilh greenery in floorbaaket* formed the setting for the rites. Miss Velnia Calhoun was Miss Hill's maid of honor. Bh« wore an •qua .suit with black accessories and pinned a corsage o! red roses at her shoulder. The bride wore a rrey-beige Joa- «lll original *uit with trey accessories. Her corsage was of whit* far- Walter Anders Mr»«i Mr. Kem- Per as best man. Immediately following thi ceremony the couple left for a brief wedding trip after which (hey will make their home on Chlckasswba Avenue. • * * Osceola Bride-Elect Is Honored at Tea More than 200 guests from Bly- thsville, Luxora. Joncsboro and Osceola attended a formal tea given lasl Sunday by Mrs. Lonzo Howton iin Osceola as one of the pre-nuptial pfvents for her niece, Miss Kaniol* Jernigan. Mrs. E. A. Teaford poured, assisl- ed by Ramona England, Vcrnelle O'Neal, Sally Travi* and Evelyn Tomlinson o( Blytheville, Mrs. John Thwealt of Luxora, and Mrs. E. R. Reid of Kennett, Mo. Mrs. Mildred Trail of Blytheville kept the regis- Assisting Mrs. Howton in the receiving line were: the bride-elect. her aunt, Mrs. O. C. Jernigan of Lcpanto, Mis* Francos Long of Blytheville. Mi.« Jerriigan wore « •pink brocaded taffeta, gown. Mrs. B. Prank Williams of Osceola and Mrs. John Thweatt of Luxora received at the door. * • * Nancy Newcomb Honored With Birthday Party Little Nancy Newcomb, lour year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, celebrated her birthday yesterday afternoon with with a party at her home on Hearn Street. The dining table was centered with » large birthday, caka and balloons were hanging from "the ceiling. They were. later given to the guests as favors. Games were played during the afternoon and ice cream and cake were served as refreshments. P.E.O. Entertained By Mrs. John Caudill Chapter N. of the P.E.O. Sister- f>pod met yesterday afterncpn «t tne home of Mrs. John Caudill with M members present. Mrs. Charles Crigger, president. was In charge of the business meeting and Mrs. Chester Caldwell led th e program entitled, "Cottey Jr College and Educational Loan Fund". ' Mrs. W. H. Pease won the prize in the quir conducted. The home was attractively decorated with white chrysanthemums and the hostess served refreshments • • * Mrs. Copeland Hostess To C.B.C. Club Members Mrs. R. A. Copeland was hottest yesterday at her home to member* of the c. B. C. Club During the game* Mrs. O. O. El- klns won high score and Mrs. A. A. Hardy won second high. Rooko went to Mrs. Paul Byrum. Mixed Fall flowers and chrysanthemums were used as decorations tin the entertaining rooms of the /iome. The hoste&s served refreshments of cherry tarts with whip cream and coffee. * * • S. S. Class Meets At Baptist Church Mrs. ITank Simmons and Mr*. Arthur Rushing were hostesses yesterday afternoon at the First Baptist Church to members of the Dorcas Sunday School Cla« at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Newcomb give the devotional and Mrs. N. W. Brigham spoke on "Thanksgiving." Mrs H. L. Chambers president was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. Harry Pritrais sang "Take Time To Be Holy", and the group ifas dismissed with prayer. ' The hostesses served refreshment's with hot tea. Church Women Observe World Community Day Mrs. Jamea Roy and Mrs. K S Balrd were principal speakers yesterday afternoon when the United Council of Church Women met at the First Methodist Church to observe World Community Day. The meeting was called to order by the president Mrs. J. c. Ellis and Mrs. W. I. Den ton secretary read the minutes. Mrs. c. M. Gray, was in charge of the worship part of the program and led In the singing of "In Christ There Is no East or West." Mis. Roy's subject was "what Our Nations Part Is In Building a Better Community." She said one had to approach the subject from the heart to get a better and clearer understanding., A community la a body of people living together under the same laws. Mrs, Balrd spoke on "What Our Churches Part Is in Building a Better Community," She said "We have failed to build the community our God gave to us. We cannot make Christian, ideals utork in our world and we have failed as Christians to live In harmony. Through churches and working together this world community can become our world." Mrs. W. L. Qreen told what the project was this year and said "We are our brothers keepers." The project this year Is 500,000 Dundles of packages of clothing. She said we should give cash offerings, food, clothing and peace. Inthe dedication service at the close of the meeting packages arm bundles were taken to the atlar an-1 Mrs. H. H. Belvins gave the dedica • tory prayer. Carroll Evans, sang two selections accompanied by Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr. They were, "Draw Near All Ye People" and "Beyond the Sunset." Offering was taken by Mrs A G Shibley and Mrs. John McDowell and the meeting was dismissed wilh prayer by Mrs. Bairri. MALONE Plaster and Stucco Phone 2029 Mrs. Stalcup Honored At Richardson Home Mrs. J. T. Stalcup was guest of honor Wednesday night when Mrs Glenn Johnson and Mrs. Jimmle Richardson entertained at the Richardson home, 111 E. Vine, with a shower. The home was decorated with potted plants and mixed Fall flowers. The hostesses served refreshment's of coffee and cake to the 20 guetts present. ' - • * * • U. of A. Selects Maid To Enter Cotton Contest FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Nov 8 (UP) — A 19-year old University of Arkansas coed from Hot Springs will represent the institution at the Maid of Cotton contest at Memphis. The announcement of the selection of Miss Marie Parker as University of Arkansas cotton queen, was made last night at a cimpus- wlde cotton ball. A member of chi Omega Sorority Miss Parker represented Hot Springs in the 1947 'M'iss Arkan- ansas" contest. Coming Events Social Calendar • MONDAY Womeiis Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church meeting at J'.SO p.m. at home of Mrs. H. E. Tinker. Miss Carolyn Wade hosteu to members of Baptist Y. W. A. at her home. Royal Neighbors meeting with Mrs. Leon Scherer, t p.m. Womcns ,8ociety of Christian Service meeting at the church 2:30 p.m. for business and program meeting. Hostesses will be Mrs. Joe Ferguson. Mrs. Charles Alford, Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Mrs. W. I. Denton, Mis. George Hale, Mis. Max B. Reid, Mis. J. Mel! Brooks Jr., Mrs. Dave Crais, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mrs. Mary Henley. Mrs. E. R. Dickerson, Mrs. E. M. Regenold, Mrs. A. M. Boyd. G. E. O. Club—Miss Vera Goodrich. Hachahoma Bridge Club—Mrs. Elton Foster. TUESDAY Club Bight—Mrs. Paul Jobe. Tuesday Bridge Club—Mrs. Riley Jones In Manila lor luncheon Tri-Town, Bridge Club—Mrs. Gene Tea/old. La Nneve Bridge Club—Mrs. Ben Mac White. Senior High School Pnrent-Teach- er Association meeting at the school at 3:00 p.m. Executive Board meets at 2:30 p.in WEDNESDAY Town and Country Bridge Club- Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. Wednesday Bridge Club—Mrs. Harry Kirby. Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi have ritual of Jewel and pledge ritual ceremony and dinner at Hotel Noble. 7:SO p.m. THURSDAY Thursday Luncheon Club—Mrs. E. B. Gee. Thursday Contract—Mrs. T. B. Joyner. Jolly Eight Club—Mrs. Cleo Wren. G. N. B. club—Mrs. Norville Humphrey. Octette Club—Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mid-Wcek Club—Mrs. H. H. Houchins. . FRIDAY C.B.C. — Mrs Paul Bynum. Civic Calendar Monday ; Junior Chsmber of Commerc* — 7:30 p.m. ' Tuesday Lion's club — 12:15 p.m. American Legion — 1:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary — 8:00 p.m. City Council — 7:30 p.m. WednMday iCiwanis Club — 12:10 pm. Sudbury P.T.A. Executive Board — 230 p.m. followed by P.T.A. — 3:00 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club — 12:10 p.m. Friday i FOOTBALL: i Senior High Chicks vs- Batesville I there. ! Junior High Paps * Little Rock here. BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.f OOUKiyK MEWi Mrs. J. A. Saliba lias returned to her home here afin spending several weeks in El Pa», T«x., with her daughter, Mrs. George Favall, Staff Set. Faviti and family. Mi. •nd Mrs. Eddie 8allba met her in Memphis and accompanied her home. Mrs. c. A. Taut, Miss Shirley Bui ham, Miss Iva Seay and Miss Sara Joyner spent today in Memphis. Mrs. H. O. Partlow, Bryce I.ayson and Whitney Morgan left last night for Texas State Teachers College, Denton. Tex., where they will visit Miss Nancy Pnrtlow, Miss Jo Ann Shanks and Miss Rhoda Mulky over the weekend. Mrs. Qulnton File and daughter, Ann, of Tulsa. Okla., will arrive tomorrow for a two weeks visit with her mother. Mis. Chnrlcs A. Wood. rhey will leave Tulsa Sunday morn- Ing bv plane and will b* met in Memphis by Ms Wood Mr aid and Osceofe? Bands Play at Ball Cam* ™* Blytheville Kith ««|,ool band undtr lh t direction o[ Oatl Wa- denphuJI and th. OaeaoJa Hlrh School band under the director, •f A. If. Dorty gay* a marehlni roullt,, last night at. the half bt- [*«<•'> <* North Little Rock-Bly. Uievlllt football game. _I*«d »y Head Majortttt Jlmmlt Frances Clemen* tht btnda t» P*rlly performed several feats on the field. Oilier majorettea wer« Mix Wlll- ««cne r>«ws, MU* Junt Buchanan. Miss Belty Nell Holland. Misa Doris Stone and Ml» Lois l-ovelady. The OKceola majorettes were Mtss Ann Driver, Mix* Ann Whit* and Ml.« Laura I/HI Driver. Preceding Ihe mirchlnr ot the bands tht OMfckasaw Athletl* club members look an offering to buy new uniform* for lh« band. Club It entertained By Mrt. I. Seagravet ., Nov. ». _ Mm. Ed. j waa host«ta yes- leiclsy afternoon at her horn* at HlRhtower to two tables of club members and two Tom Call la of of Joncsboro. Among [lie many Blylhcvillc fain in Memphis today lo set the Ton- nr&sce-Olc Miss football name will be Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Ed R. Bclote, Paul Human, E. R Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McHaney. Miss Betty Fleeman, who Is a student at Stephens College at Columbia. Mo.. |* spending the weekend with her parenls, Mr. and Mrs. E- C. Fleeman and sister. Miss Penny Fleeman, at Manila. Max Harrison, a student at Hra- drix College, Conway, Is spending the weekend with Ills parents, Judge and Mrs. Zal n. Harrison. Frank Nicholson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson, Is spending the weekend here He Is a student at the University of Arkansas, F«y- ettevllle. Dick Stacy, a student at the University of Arkansas, Fayettevllle. is spending the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stncy and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Stacy. Condition of Mrs. James H. Crnln, who has been a patient at Ihe Methodist Hospital In Memphis since suffering a heart attick three weeks ago. Is much Improved. Condition o[ Mrs. J. M. Harding who was dismissed from Blytheville Hospital today Is much Improve.d Phillip J. Deere of Little Rock Is spending the weekend here with Mrs. Deere and children. We the Women BV RUTH MII.LBTT , NEA Staff Wrtlfr •A kid ot 16 ought lo havt a aec- onrt chance. HU cast Is definitely one ot parenlal delinquency. His parents have been so n«t:r!i Involved In their own lives that they forgot all about this boy," said a Texas clergyman after talking with a 1* - year - old youngster being held by Chicago police. The "kid" is Jimmy Hartmann, who, police say, confessed to killing Mrs. Oracelyn Bush, a minister's wile, and to un attack on another Chicago woman termed "too atrocious for the public to read" by State's Attorney William J. Tuohy. A sex criminal with his record U no "kid." He is a vicious criminal who should be shut away for life. It Is too lat< to .start talking about "parental delinquency" when a young hoodlum has already become Club Members, Guest Feted by Mrs. Rodgers OSCEOLA, Nov. 8 _ Mis Arthur Rodgers was hostess to two tables of bridge club members and °n e »uest, Mrs. Ralph Woodruff, yesterday at her home on Elizabeth Street. Mrs. Jasper Thomason won high score in the games played and Mrs. Woodruff won second. Refreshments of a sandwich plate and assorted party foods were served Bouquets of chrysanthemums and Fall flowers in varied shades decorated the home. Miss McDowell to Speak At P. T. A. Meeting Miss Eula McDowell, county librarian, will be the guest speaker when the Parent-Teacher Association of the Blytheville High School meets at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Miss Nancy Hamilton also will present a piano solo on the program. Blytheville Girl at U. of A. On Armistice Program FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Nov* *.— (UP)—An all-student program will feature the University of Arkansas' observance of Armistice Day Tuesday, officials announced today. The program will open with a prelude and will be featured with the reading of several poems. Participating iu the reading will be Frances Shouse of Blytheville and Elizabeth Alexander o! Mena. Tht program will close with the singing of thfe Lord's Prayer by George Gearharl of FayetteviHe. Mtss Shousr is the daughter of Mr. and Mis. J. W. Shouse, «1S West Walnut, and is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas. Reformation Will Be Observed at Church First Lutheran Church will observe the 430th anniversary of the Reformation in Its services tomorrow. The Rev. Robert Jaeger's topic will be "The Reformation Relived". Holy communion will also be cele- a murderer and an attacker of women. QUICK TRIAL PkOMIRID Chicago police, of course, wert not ~~.— v ....».— influenced by the minister's charit- Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley and I able but unrealistic plea for a sec- daughter. Miss Josephine Shibley,' end chance for Hartmann, and he have returned from a two weeks Is to be brought to trial quickly, visit In Duwson. Ga., with relatives and friends. Mrs. E. W. Webster returned home from Memphis last night, where she had been for several days visiting with her father-in- law, who Is a patient In the Methodist Hospital there. His condition is much improved. Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Aubrey Conway and Mrs. Harrv W. Halnes spent yesterday In Memphis. Former Justke Killed in Plunge Misuse of Orphanage Funds Charged Just ••fort Fatal Leap •y •» MIDOM ATI.ANTA, Oa,, Nov. I. (Uf) _ A coroner's livjuwt wai aehcdulwi today to fix the caua* ot death of Charts, 8. Reid, former ehlef Jus- tire <X tht CHortla SXjprem. Court ••ho plunged from a iHh floor office building window ye»lerd«y shortly aft«r he waa charged with miju*. of 121,000 In orph.nt,. ruon*jr, rUlci'i broken body wan found on th« roof of a two-story struc- lurt that connects the wlrus of tlw taller building whert h. had practiced law since hta return two year* ago from a distinguished tnll- Ksry career In Europe. During u,« »••«• h« won the Medsl of M.iU while Mrvlnc under Gen. Dwliht p. Hatnhower. H. wa> ,1*, , m , m . oer of the Nuernbiirg War CrimH Commlsiloii. Raid's «h«t(«,ed watch fl««! th« Hi" of death at a am, Friday. n wa. dtsclMM th«t Just nine hours earlier, Fulton County police knocked at the door of hl« suburban residence and *»rv«d him with a court order. It demanded ,n accounting of appronllalely »WOOO In fund, willed to th. Georgia BarXIst Orphans Home by the late Mra. nia Orlfflth of Atlanta. K*M wa» enecutor, without bond of the estate which WM made up of time savings certificate*, rent collections, real wtate Income and war bonds. Mhnaiuomenl Charged Tin order, obtained from County Ordinary Eugpne Ouuby, charged that Reid "Is unfit for the triiat reposed In him and that he has wasted and mismanaged the estate" of Mrs. Griffith. J. I,. Olover, attorney for the orphanage, accompanied i>ollce to the Reid hom» about 11 p.m. Thviri- day. He aaM the former Supreme Court Justice appeared rutlonal but worried when he waa served with tht order. The court paper charged that Reid had withdrawn from two banka "practically all" of »J2,700 In ca»h and »1,«00 worth of savings certificates belonging lo the Mlale and hsd "converted it to his own use". Only 19.000 in one of the banks and HOC In the other still remained, it wu satd. The action filed by th« orphan- sg, asked that Rei<1 either be removed from hl» trust or be required to post bond covering tht But that kind of sentimental ex- cuse-miking for Juvenile criminals Is bad business. How can we expect young people to accept responsibility for their deeds If we keep lell- ------ -— o •• — ......^. -.L*- : ing them they are only kids, and law who Is a patient In the Meth-1 that 11 they go wrong It U their Defect/ve* Invettlgatlng Little ftocfc Git ft Death rrii^u,? 00 *.. Ark - N<w ' «• tU.P,)—Uttlt Rock detectlm art oootlnulnt their lnre»U«atlon toi day Into tht death of Mis. Lena •*'•>? °ooP»r. IS, who died in a -.tit Roek hotpital tarly yeater- day mornln.. Dr. H. A. Dlshon*, IMlaski coroner, said death r»tult- ed. from a akull fracture and a brain Injury. Offlotrt aald MUa cooper rt- turned to her home Thursday rnornlni and told her family, she had fallen from a taxi-cab aa It turned a corner, sht Instated her InJurlH were not atrlout but began complalnln» of headachts Thursday afttrnoon. She died af ter being taken to a hospital. She la survive* by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. r. Ooofwr, five alslers and three brothers. Thre« Craighead Murder Caiet Set for Hearings JONBSBORO, Ark,, Nov. I (UP) —'[•wo Cralrhead County brolhers and their sister will go on trial In Circuit Court here Monday, charged with first degree murder In tht slaying ot JUlph IXmaldson JO-year-old Negro. Tht tilo are Waller Montague 53; Byrnls Montague, «; and Miss I Gladys Montague, 40. The stale •says that Walter Montague shot and killed Donaldson In the office of th* .lonesboro Transfer Company, which the Montagues own, To Honor Late Editor' UTT1JC ROCK, Alk. Nov. (UP1 —Mammoth Bull Shoals'Dam, now under construction In North-Central Arkansas, will be renamed In memory of the late Tom Shiran of Mountain Home, if an Arkansas congressman Ims his way. Rep. Wilbur D. Mills of Kensell has announced that he will ask Oongreas to rename the dam after the North Arkansas newspaperman who waa a vllal factor In bringing about Us construction. iivla, - _ th» u»t of mlfrniaalrtai MM! of th. An«rte«« ?wW ta, to I clllin haw lner*tu*d OM h*> , yean. eJtatt. C«rr said that he mid Reid went to the kitchen to dlscii.M the matter. R«ld told him, he said, that the money w»s in the safe »t his law office and promised to return It to him by Saturday morning. But the BaptLit home charged that Held was insolvent mid had no money to pay the legacy. Held left no note to indicate suicide. He went to his office earlier than usual Friday morning He hung up his hat nnd coat and apparently spent noine time read- Ing the morning p<i|wr. It was found aprsad out on his desk. At The Hospitals • BLYTHEVILLE HOSPITAL Dismissed: Joanna Ladd, Cooter, Mo. Mrs T. E. Turner and baby. Manila. Harold Clock, Reiser. Mrs. Ruel Asher. Cooter. Mrs. Leonard Bobo, city. Mrs. J. D. Duval and baby, Manila. Mrs. J. M. Harding, city. Mrs. Robbie Powell, Berthram, Mo. Tommy Byars, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Lynda Ruth Kettinjer, olty. Roy Baker, city. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, MtmphlS Dismissed: Mrs. J. W. Johnson, Blythovilte. brated In connection with the Reformation observance, it was announced today by the Rev. Mr. Jaeger. - ........... j parents who are to blame? Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday In the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe. county cleric: Waller Gould and Miss Frances Smith, both of Manila. Alfred D. Kemper and Miss Margaret Grace Hill, both ef Blythevllle. U. of A. Grants Longer Thanksgiving Holiday FAYErrTEVriLE, Ark., NOT. i. (UPI—Students at the University of Arkansas will havt plenty of time Ihls year to eat Thankscivini 1 turkey with tht homtfolks. University officials havt docldtd to lengthen the rectss and elasa- work will end at S p.m. on w»d., Nov. 3t. Classes will bt rtsumM at X. a.m. the following Monday. Chanen Are Bttter Unmarried women betw.etn 30 and 30 have three Units as good a chance of marriage as did women ot the same age in 1P14, It tt estimated. SUNDAY SPECIAL Roast Chicken Cranberry Sauc* Dressing Gibler Gravy B rust* 11 Sprouts $1.00 Horn* Made Pies and Cakes Steaks, Fish and Chicken Dinners SYCAMORE HOUSE Arkansas-Missouri State Line Now Owned »nd Operated by Mr. and Mrs. C. Raymond Van Horn r Rain - Sleet -or Snow! THE WASHERETTE la now equipped to give you bad weather service. W« nave just installed a big commercial hot air tumbler flryer that will completely dry up to three Bendix loads of clothes ready to iron in approximately thirty minutes, and the cost is only 20c. That'* all you pay —one machine lour! or three. Just 20* Just think, ladies, your entire week'* laundry can now be washed, dried and ready to iron all in on« day Rain or Shine! THE WASHERETTE Automatic Self-Service Laundry Phone 96$ Main at Division Farmers Auction Date Changed Hereafter, Auction* Will B* Held en Mondays Instead of Thursdays. Next Auction Will Be Held Monday, Nov. 17th *• . f FARMERS AUCTION CO. S*. Highway 41 Phone 724 WHY? back-breaking, brow- |*rspirlnf days . . . enslaved t>y your washtub . . . tn an inadequately heater), dismal unfinished basement? TRY! . . . bring- your wash to our Laundry. At the drop of a hat ... presto 1 Sparkl«— Clean wash and lineni. BetteK than «ver before! Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 4418 1M» SamtaSaysr Shopping Only JJ Day* until Christmas Credit i« Free at Fitzpatrick's JEWELRY STORES M takM onljr I Mlrxtw U OfM a Chnarzc Aee*ant Paramount News ana' 8n«rta C'onlinnoaa Showlni 1:15 B.m.-ll:M j>.m. B«> Offlc* Opens l:J|j Show Starts «:« SATURDAY North of Rio Grande with WlUtan B*yd BeHal "BUwk Widow" N«. U and Short Cont'd Shows Bat Vt:» to U:M Sunday and Monday F*z Newi and Beltcted Short Cut. Showing Sunday ItSO-iitM No pasata honored on Sunday at Continuous Show* Sal. and Su, Bargain Night Every Night Exetfi Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Op*n8^1:« Show Starts 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN liM a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:1* p.a>, iho Ro.y StUnritay / Chip of Flying U with Johnny Mack Brnra •trial "The Vigilante* No. T and Short Continuous Showing Saturday 11 a.tn.-ll;»« p.m. Sunday and Monday Paramount News an4 Short Cont. Showing BnnAay l:U-ll ; aa Coming to th« GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. 8atar4ay asrf Swmitf I AMBUSHED *rtiaw territory! Serial: "ScatwvM" N*. 1 « CMt'4 Slmrs Sat. B J» to Cont. Showing fcmtey 1:J*-U:M Adsahslon Adalts Ue, Tax ted.
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