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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 8, 1932
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PAGfc TWO (ARK.y COURIER JJEWS MONDAY, PEKIUJAKY 8, 1932 Society Calendat ' - Tuesday Mrs. Max B, Held'is the Young Matrons Bridge ch:b. The- Tuesday Contract dub meeting with Mrs. Floyd White. ' Mrs.-Harvey Morris Is hosUss to 'the-New Tuesday Bridge club. 'Thc^Bettw Hom?3 program Is IB be sponsored at the city hull by the county home demonstration ngcnts. A Btngo parly is being held at 8 o'clock this evening by the Atl^r socjcty of the Immaculate Conception chiircli Jor student tultlen. The executive board of 111? high • school -P. T, Af Is meeting nt tht> high school auditorium nt 2:30 o'clock. The regular meeting of the P. Ty A; willhe.heli a( 3:33 o'clock. Wednesday. The'Study club:'of. the Junior High P. T. A. is inc:lfn; at 2 o'clock in the. Junior High auditorium. The'regular meeting of the Junior High p. T. A. Is at '3 o'clock with the theme, "Great Americans." the SudbLry school Is having a b3ueflt show at the Ritz theatr;' for annual valentine parly. The Wednesday Brides club is being entertained by Mrs. W. B. Tanner. Thursday The Epsilcn Sigma Alpha sorority Is having Us regular- meeting Thursday evening in the club rooms at Hotel Noble. Mrs. H. A. Smith is hosiers 10 the Mld-Week Bridge club. The Matinee Bridge cl«b Is meeting with Mrs. Earl Hatcher. The Thursday Luncheon club is t;ing entcrtain?cl by Mrs. C. W. Aftlick. The Elliott Fletcher ampler of th.2 U. D. C, is meain? vdlh Mvs. W. T. Ob3rst. with Mrs. W. R. Adams nnd Mrs. ?.T:ibct Watts, as .co-costprses. Miss 8112 Brown of Luxora is leaoer. Tlw Executive Board of the First Baptist chrrch is meeting with Mrs. W. M. Williams. 3 o'clock. Friday The Pre-schooJ P.' T, A. is meeting with Mrs. W. L. Homer Friday afternoon. The WorW Day of Prayer Is lie- itiff observed al 2:30 in 'the First Presbyterian church with rrprjsen- tativcs from all local iuter-dsnom- inalions* attending. Mrs. Hay Worlhlngton is chairman of the Program, assisted by presidents of other church organizations. Executive Board Jlas Luncheon. The Executive* Bo.ird of the First Christian church war, entertained Kith n luncheon «t • It's monthly meeting last week by Mrs, George Barhntn a; her homo .on Hcaru street. Tweho members v.erc prcs:nt and afie:- (he luncheon, the . regular business for - the month wns transacted. Special ahangcmcnts were mode for representation of the 'church at the World Day of Prayer service to fcc held at the First Presbyterian church Friday. * • .. * Emma Jean Helm H=s Birthdiiy Binncr. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Helm en- tetlalncd their (laughter, Emma Jean, Sunday with „' birthday dinner, honoring her Fourth anniversary. Ai! attractive table was set, having for its center piece a large birthday cske with four candles Birthday decorations added to the effective arrangement. Guests fcr the occasion w?rc (he grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H C Tucker and Mr. and Mrs. Jim' James and baby, Billy. * « • * MIC. Huffman Has 1'ounj People's Hcelinir. 7 h ^, oms Fct>pl ° of the ci »»tf> of Christ gathered at the home o Mrs. E. M. Huffman Sunday cumng v.ith Mrs. Roy airman. leader of an interesting program These meeting will be continued Si 1 f u " tia 5' e «"i"i8 and will be held m the home of Mr. and "ext week 0 "™" ° n "" >'™ * • * F. T. A.'s Meet iVcdnrcfry The Study club of the junior high school P. T. A. <V mecl w ,i he .,. n l l<mcriutn of the J-jntor h gh Wednesday a^rnoon-.-at 2 c clock. The regular p T A meeting will follow a .< 3 ' Vj.'h Founders Day projram *ln, cw- out on fhe theme. "Great cans'.'. There win be a b'r- '""I? a»a al) members an lo tc present. - - * * * Wcrld Day O f Prayer To Be Locally Observed An Intcr-cenominatlona! mcc-tin- £.''«". churches will ™& '» "* Ti Pre - Graceful worMn "' obierVRt «>" °f World Day of Prayer" Mrs ' 1 Bits oj News Mostly I'ersona! Tailored prints sing n sprhiij sons of style this This frock In n National Silk Dye Exhibit uses n new version of the old black- white theme; diagonally to achieve n graceful line, heightened by Oiu \virtc-belt?d area and made even mars charming by full sleeves. icr of Dlythovllic will be guests of chapter Nu/Jvlphs, Epsllon Slmga Alpha -idrovty 6f Mamphls Tuesday evening atfffotiM l'cabo;ly. B'.yths- ville's special lioncrcd guests will te Mrs. Boriilce Jones, )irc:hl?nt of u local chapter, and Dr. lilim Nles, educational ilirsctov. Gainlilc-Rriinson. The ol Miss Bethal Branson to Paul Giambis was solemnized Thursday. The young couple are of nlythcvillc. Mnrlcr-Cclcman, Miss Denial) Colemnn niU Jarurs \nirlcr, both ol l.uxora, obtained a ii.-irringe license here Saturday and were married by the Rev. A. J. Hill. Comity Srhonls Complete "hristnm Seal Sales. A tolal of S331.-17 ivns raised by the while schools of Mississippi coimly for tubercular worl: throu-'ii Christmas .seal sabs. Although some sales wcro rather slow in c.a- leclion, tr.e schools nre lo be commented ior their excellent co-opcr- ailon lu carrying out the work. o o • P. T. A. Will Vlanl Trees. The P.irtnt-Tf.ichei- Association of Hi? senior high school has arranged a patriotic progmm, In keplng with the c?:ebr,il!oii of the WasUngtcn Bicentennial teem* ob- iervert throughout Ihc oanniry tx it-c meeting vviiidi will fc.'lirlj Tuesday alicriiosn in the lujii rchool auditorium. The program will be given at :i D'c-lock. followed by a sr.eit recess on th: high sclml cair.pus duting which time lrc?s will be planted in rwo;v.iiior, of Washlnsiou's day. The P. T. A. will conttrbute a tree alsn th: se iinr claw, the xirl scouts and boy scouts Mls-.ea Sue linit utitl M.ory lllcnrl.T Ci»y >;;:);'. KaUml.iy, 111 Memphlv. C!arc:icc Viilin; 1 ! 1 lias tone to ness nip. h'sh icl:ojl l:i iiinblf lu aliens eludes on account i-.( drained lisa. weok-ond In U.venl.t with J:cr his- Iff. Mrs. f'lplcy Carl«rlgl)t. . Mi's. .Sim'.s Michi2 and sen Joe of Sticlc, Ma., visited Mil: MLss Elr/ubulh IMythc Sunday. Mr. nnti M:s. Finlsy Cnrtwrlghl nnd chikhsn ol O.-ceola wer; Hly- llicvllle visitors Sunday iifternu3n. .ML;^ Mlllan Hrleco: Is spending ft week in Itcclor. Ark., with her sister, Mrs. Ilollllklcl. " rs. II. II. Hramlon vls!l;d wllli tlvcj lii Mi'tnprils over the wee!: end. Harry Little of the state Department of Education will he in lily-' thcvills tills week conferring with the heads of the county department of education on tho surrey of schools which the slnlc board' Is making throughout Ihc s'.:ite. Mrs. U. N. Waie and MLss Willie Lawscm motored to Oscealn. Sunday «rt:riuuii to confer witli -Mrs. Phipp.i. In rcgnrd lo l)r, Cnrollne Hedges ol Chicago, who Is to visll Mississippi county in April. She will deliver two lectures in the county'April 28th. Sue cHch nl B]y- thevllle nnd .Wilson. • Mrs. f,w> Walton drove to Memphis Sundoy accompanying Mr. Walton home, after spciultn:; Hie week-end bore. Mr. and Mrs..Otis Shcppnrcl and Slighter. Winnetlo, of Joncsbnro, were weck-i-iid visitors In lilylbe- vllle with Mr. Sheppard's paronts, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore La- gnn. __ Misses -I.uclllr: Shcllon. Pearl Graves ami Helen cuimcs accom- innled by Arthur Nabors, Novice I'nylcr and Horace Craves drove to 3arulhersvlllc Sunday. Daniel Webster leaves' to jay/ for .Slcfigo where ho will spend several months studying a television course. Mrs. E. n. Dickey of Memphis will nnlve Tuesday lo bs tho guest of Mrs. Randolph Smith for scv- "rnl day=: ; ,, Mr. Dim Mrs. E. n. Smith rind daughter Viinlnla. and Mr. nntl Mrs. Jim Tom Smith ol O.-ceola •lienl .Sunday here with Mr pml Mrs. Randolph Smith nnd Mrs M "-. Ciccilwin. Mr. and Mrs. E. IT. l) ? at(te were Memphis visitors Saturday. ?couls AUcml Haplbl Strvlrcs. ' -• -. • A n-Jinbrr o! the inrmb.--rs ol thr Boy Scout- troop Ko, 37.with Char;«« Etubbrs principal ol tho Si:db:iry :oal. attjii-led the Sunday morr.'- ing services o! th; First Bap:!;t cnurch. T.:!S 1:1,1 rkcii thr f-hiJi'n • cf the observation of Seov Airr- vcrsary week, r:'j. 7 ;r> U. . Tlie scouls lure v.':y al',jn"vc (-. the Mrinoii. -Our l!:>vei : c •{ K>1- •• '' delkti-cd by l|;c Uev. Allrc'd s" Hn':'- . , P«ibylcrian Group lo.Jpmibcro Ccntcrenro A representation of Vie F,><. Presbyterian church if B 'i£ Ji "' ^«. to attend the S^ar^h ip'l™,' at Jcnesboro . Presbyteriin ' * i P.v.'kc- ar a : =li , :D11!1 ' >ritis!i Bride Nearly Wed to Best Man C1I.OUCEST.EK, JEnglaiiil. <UDA bri<:e, here, WAS nearly nmnied fo the iiesl man Instead of the brlclegrnom. In (he vestry, after (he ceremony, ".e bride signed the register. "Now the bridegroom," said the :lf rgymnn, who was not acquainted vlth the parties. One o! the Uvo nisn stepped for- vard. "No. the liridegrosm," correc'.ecl he clergyman. "I am the bridcssoDin, 11 sai:l the nan. "But you didn't, answer the ques- lons during the service," said (.13 clergyman. "No." replied (lie sroam. "We thought (ho best man had lo do hat." The astonished clergyman. v?al- •2iug Hint Hie bridegroom had mi vet signed t:'.e register. i;ni over ll.^ibfr \\'cn Ha?or as I'riir HAUTfORD. Connecticut. CUP) -- I'.iul Composto. n it:c:nbr-r o' trjar-tcr barbers' a.^sceiaiioLi. v.ns ratified when (lie. Jun'^ns of :i .:c \val'.^ contest awardrd him .-..' Rril honors. When l:c saw iiis ;•!-;;•£• ht droi:?rtl i; i:uj the Connecticut IJiver. ii w:is a f.i'cty razor and Want's. ,l y ' *»«** ho local church to »o ar, th» •M.Mft. Kfarer. MT c* u Mr, and Mrs. T. J. Mahan ' 'T - ^ . • * • • Epsilon Sigma Dan;hlrr Bern. .Mr. nr.1 Mrs. Ba sicunce liie tirlh ol rtaughter at li-.c las-.illy rwic!-n'--' o' avenue. The baby h been nnmcd JXSorci!. Hoard .Meeting nf Clirislian Eduration. The tcard ct Chiis'.i.m i:.I;;c.Ui-i and \VorS;r 4 Ctur.cli of the Fi.-.t Mcthcdi-r cV.irch is hoidin? a j,-,im meeting ui the church al 7:30 tins cvEaifiB. This is th: nrsl nuc;in s 01 ir.e yrr, r and each incmfcir is l »SCd to b: presrnt. j tteicn Auxiliary rembcrs'oTthTRhoT^ha'chap. ; hcMV" 1 *""' :'.ay afternoon at th; home ol Mr... R. N. Wiire jr.. with Mrs. H. S U-ui--. (hr- cisjisiiug V.ostfss. Mr... C. K. digger. D?f:rj<r rh.i.'r- nun. was In charge ol the ii:o.n;vm. which opened wllh a sona: i:i unison. -America." Miss Mario Mw. ccntntu(?d a readln?. "Thr Hr,-;s- sicnal." by Kipling. The i:alujj nm- fic.i! number was tcndtre:! by th.> tiio. Mcsdames Russell Farr.'lMv.l Ti;i;c!i and GJSrgc I.??. .-iui;:it, "To The; o Country." and ' L-si Wo Fnrgei." Miss Lconr .QAHIcaU icccmpnnyins on tl'.c iiisir.o'c. H. • Babco:k. past pnst c:m:iiiin:!tr. c*e- livered an address on "T.-e i,:i..u:i's iHr Toward Ad?qt:a:; Xatlsu- al Defence." ; ; A bri:f buslnos's tesEion wn^ con- ciucicd by Ihe piosid:m. j:-. i; y c | White. She «iiii3iin."cd (hit ifcj Mate-wife National iVfrnv itir:i- l:u will bs held February «rd ".it Little Rock, at whir.-, 'n; vv \\-il ativillary. will he prf,«r:i;. wore carried oat in !!::• rcfr?-'i- n;;nt cc;irsr with individual cher- !ji3n Ausllip.ry iltndancc -n meeting Fri- A.'Whltcr.'cr'. Sunny By WM. f. McKENNEV Secretary, Amtrlcau BrU(e l.racnf Will you always win If you follow the procedure recoinmsnrteu bj the authorities? No, nol always, 'tr.e expert bases his tjicorles on percentage—some of It as close as 51 per cent. Occasionally you will find a lianil that the beginner will take mere tricky .tlian the expert. The fclloxlng hand cama up In a duplicate auction chainpicmMp match and top score on the board was made by a pair who have played | very little auction. Not only the dnys nre fair In tin far southland. Here's kathryn liogcts, an attractive member ; ol the PJiiladelphia colonj- nt Miami Bench, Pia., sunning herself. Huffman News Mrs. Oeorge Perry was the gut&l ol Mrs^ Slaulon Pepper Tuesday- iiid Wddn^dny. • •'• A Mis. Millie Ray returned from Csccola •Tucalay whrre she visited since Sunday. She was accompan- ccl home by her sister, Mrs. Cecil Oxford. Mrs. "Will King Is the guesb of >r daughter, Mrs. Cecil Oxford of OSceoln, a feu- days. Mr. Castillo of Osccoln was a business Usitor here Wednesday ind Thursday. Ernest Hast, with his sister, Lucille, W Memphis called on Miss Pearl Perry Wednesday nflenioai). ctnruiug hom e Thursday nioriilii". They, with Misses - Pearl Perry and I.o'ilje Tidwcll, • nttcnded n ilctiire .show at Blytheville Wed- icsday evening., Mis.s Vci-die Cray Brewer was he Wednesday night guest of Miss \faxir.c Copeland. Mrs. finest Nccly was Ihe Tlmii- dny dinner guest ot Jlrs. Smith Briickiii. Iffdnmes George ferry and Anile Btoko?. nnd Jflsjes Florence Stckes an<l Vivian- Merrill were 1'hursday afternoon guests of Mrs. Smith Brackin. The .Huffman E'. T. A. niel Thursday afternoon 'at ti le schuol vilh a gcod attendance. Hot Tain- ales were s?rvcd to all present iftcr ajournmcnt, and a most eu- oyah:e time was had. Misses Altcrta Brackin mid Elizabeth Merrill and Messrs. I.csu- ord Heavers r.nd nay Harrison ac- coinnanlcd Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L leavers to Premised Land for Ihe (carters meeting Friday. The fmjr child:en were representatives from ho third gra:lc here. -Mi'-. C. I,. Crnbb is en Ihc s : ck II?! tills wc=k. Mrs. Emma Beavers was Uie Friday afternoon (-nest of Mrs Elia Tiay. Mr. .•>!•.(! Mrs. Union Jfotine:- nf l!'y!hev:llc v.cre giiesls of rrluiivs hero Triclay afterncon. M;.'.:, Vcrdle nrewcr who i. a tcai-cl.-:- nt Mrs. Emma Pi- :: v's HI Ihe week-end it-ith her ;n-I ents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tr--•e:id. • "' _^iv ; . Smith Tlraekln callc:i ,-, ^.rs. George Perry Friday a' 1 --'. i:or.n. Ml-s Hess, the county ) ;i llt!l '."!t niiia:. ot Blylhcvilie. ,.; j ie Friday afternoon lor -:- c "Tafe o: making an appoint-. .'">t fivp Jinallpox v.-icci:iR Tin - '•'•• 'he lliillmaii schtol houso Mr. Robert Eimcr l!.iy «., .-..„ Friday night guest ot : h;s'-.•"- Mn. George • Cnsiidy. Sex Determination Of .Poultry Claimed !,G:xlX>N,-England u^, . " (!ttcinili:a{l(!n o! p.-,',In r::ihncd here. Tlie irn:,-.-., a . T3rlculture . Ijaa Issinii „ ".!...„' mer-,1 that cxpcriinenu i',," prqvcu that the hm ir.ii--.-•'.. her mo!e ofisprinj ccitni-'"<:". ,1 actcrMlcs that she <i-y, : , i .'"^ These ar e apparent :nn-c- - ,\. on birth, and:, says ti,.. ,',,| V ;'.';'.' v hrtedm nsud-. only -...-j.-,;. " 5 ' fully In ordef to c .,'. '.',. ' ".'"• cliicks in sexes. " ' "'' '" l! A9-6-2 . •• ¥8-2 .:' • 4K-9-8-5-2 10-86-3 V6-5 4Q-7-6 AK-3 NORTH SOUTH 10-94-3 AA-7-4 VA-Q-7 4J-10-3 *Q-8-7-2 *9-6-5• 4 , ' 430 •Tb« _._,.. South was the dealer nnd bid one no trump, which bought th' contract. The PUy " West, opened the queen of spade- froni the queen jack ten. East was forced lo play the king. Now lb.2 expert would ussuine that East was endeavoring to unblock the -spade suil and would hold up his ace, re- fushiB to win the Irick. East would then return the jack of hearts from his king jack ten, declarer would play the mteen which would hold the trick. Now the jack of diamonds would be led which West would cover with the queen, dummy the king, ana East would win the.trick with the nee. The ten of hearts would then tc played by East which the'd'- ehror would win with the acs. H= would lead the ten and three of diamonds, whining the second diamond in dummy with.lip eight. The :wo gocd diamonds ' in dummy would be cashed, declarer would then lead a spade from dummy and •vin in his own hand with the ace A small club would be returned and It is doubtful If the flness- would be taken, - but even if the finesse Is taken, Ihe declarer would moke only four no trump. The beginner would play (,'nc hand in Ilils manner—when-. Ensl pluycd the. king of spades he would cover with the ace He would then lead his jack of diamonds, wesl would play the qusen. dummy he king and Easl would >v!n wit/i the ace. When East returned the jack of hearts, the beginner would nness; and then lead Ihe <!cuee of clubs finessing Iho leu spot. A small diamond would bs relumed from dummy and won by declarer with fhe ten. Now a small club. West's king drops, dummy wins the trick with (lie ace, cashes his jack of ehibs and then the three good diamonds. The heart would be led from dummy, which declarer would win with the ace and then cash his m:eeii of clubs, nnd here we find what termed "incorrect Play' has produced more tricks than the correct play (Copyrlghl, 1932, NEA Service, Inc.) Laughing Gas Subdues Huge Hoot Owl CRESCENT CITY. Cnl (UDA huge hoot owl, which attacked Dr. A. DcMnrtin in his dental office, here, was vanquished with W*. The perverse bird entered quiel- '••• i'-roiiPh the Ir.insom. raized the denllst from behind with sharp •n.ions and beat his | :C ;id with long wings, L.I: DcMnrtin yellc:! for help. H. '. Snodsrnss, mail carrier ran to his aid. Together they beat tho bird with forceps, drill and other dental tools'. When the owl weakened, they held it in th- chair and gave U gas. Then they threw it out the window. They Ki.'d tho oivl Hew away laughing drunkcnly. In Florida for the "Balance" of the Winter All the pyramids aren't in Egypt. Our cameraman is no archaeologist, but li e thought this pyramid 'n Miami Beach. Fla, was interesting and well built. Carolyn Gibson (left) and Greta Hoffman "(right) cf New York wen; up in the air at having their picture taken, but, (belair, left (o right) Patricia Kramer of Detroit, Helen Daly of Lon E Wand and Betty Bailey of Washington kept thelr°ieot on the ground and shouldered arms. Assembly of God Revival Draws Good Attendance The Hev. W. E. Thurmond, evan- gcl. : ct, delivered a sermon, "What Evil' Has He Done?" to a large attendance Sunday evening at the Assembly of. God church located on Lilly street. The sonj services were exceptionally good with William Lane, son of the cvange- i^t, singing a special number. Life's Railway to Heaven", followed by "The Clean Train" by Mrs. Thurmond. h? revival will continue throughout th 5 week with evening services at 7:30 o'clock. Boston Bootblack Writes Poetic Slump Sign BOSTON, (UP)—One of Boston's bpy bootblacks, who carry their polishing materials around the city in square boxes, lias been Inspired CARD OF THANKS . We wish to express to our many friends our appreciation for the beautiful floral offerings and every expression of sympathy extended us in the death of our dear baby. Mr. and Mrs..-E. H. Crook and family. to jjoelry by hard times. A rudely painted sign on his box reads: My shine U fine and worth a dime, Bui times are fickle, so T charge a nickle. STAINLESS Same formula .. sime price. IQ original form, too, if you ptrfer Two Blythevilie Stv/dents on Hendrix Honor Rolli CONWAY, Ark.—Two Blythevlllc students at Hcnririx, R. N.' Hill jr-. and Winifred Goadricli, were among th&sc .sindents svho received one 'A' or better as the college compiled its first semester's grades this month. Ninety-two students, cam- Ing a total of 108 'A's, 1 made up the honor group. Hill received two 'A's.' He is recognized as a musician of considerable ability and has seen service in almost .ovrry instrumental organization on the campus. In addition to solo \vork" and work as an accompanist. Miss GoDdrich's record centers around literary and Journalistic work, she having won the Hendrix English essay prize as a freshman. The contest, was open to al! students. Circulate <lnli-KIot I'lcrtgc NEW HAVEN, Connecticut. (U P) — To discourage Freshman riots, the Yale Freshman Student Council has circulated a pledge. in which students bind themselves not to participate In riotous disturbances. Most of the ycarli'ija lave signed, dooming a time-Honored hut dangerous and costly undergraduate pailime. Simple German Remedy For Stomach Trouble The simple German remedy. Ad- leiika, reaches Ihe UPPER bowel, washing out poisons which cause stomach (rouble. One ciore stops gas bloating. City Drug Store. --Adv. D SAME PRICE Dental Fees Reduced Extractions 50c lo ?1 Fillings $1 and up. Full Plates, upper or lower ns Low as §10 Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Svi'C«t Cream Hulter, . 30c.Lb. BENNETT'S PASTKURtZKl) MIl.K 10c Quart Delivered Phone 71 Tired, Nervous and Depressed "i •Health.Suffers When Kidneys too Not Act Right Doan's Pills H EF.n promptly n nngging backache, ^ilh bliulikr jr- rcgiihirilics and a tired, nervous, depressed feeling. They niny warn . nf .sonic ilMonlcrctl kidney or '*. bladder cnmlition. Users cvc ry where rely on finnn 's Pills.1 he sale of millions of limes annually attests lo Doan'a popularity. Your Ucalur has Dunn's. A Diuretic for th* Kidneyt The hand that rules The hand that turns (he electric switch is the hand that runs the house. Economy and convenience are so important today that more and more of the household tasks are done by electric appliances. And fhe same hand rules the power system. The amount of electricity our customers use, and the time at which they call for it, affects the cost of producing it— and the price at which it can be sold. That is why your electric rate schedule is so arranged that each additional use of fhe service costs less per ki/owalf- fiour. That is why, as you make greater use of the service, your electric rate is always going down. s / ARKANSAS-MISSOUR! POWER COMPANY \>

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