Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 31, 1970 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, December 31, 1970
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— YORK Television's examination of tne world's wttdWe continued Wednesday flight oii CBS wfth ii repot on an expedition to the Bering Sea to observer seals and walruses. The hour, one in the "Adventure" series, trailed a team of scientists and divers headed by Dr. carieton Ray, a zoologist who specializes in the study of marine animals. 'Adventure 9 series is great S^TtaSRiLfi SL2*rJf^'TLJ J"L a ssspaM Srtfj^«*••!•» «**"*«• ****• Alton Evening Telegraph Thursday, Dec. 31, 1970 A-? - - ffie bearded Mill, and smaller ringed seal, tro polar sprhig*i particularly interested in leaning BOW they survive Beneath ffle heavy ice and false their young in the frigid Softie o) • die most Interesting footage .showed divers wfth experimental gear working "through small holea dug in the ice cover. , The expedition only spotted * if it TT LOG (ABC) 1, 4, ESD (NIC) I, KSlCt, KPUttt, KDNt M 4 5 fHURSDAY EVENING 1:00-2 4 5 News 9 Folk Guitar 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Monsters Matt Lincoln Family Affair SPECIAL: Orange Bown Parade 9 Efficient Reading 11 Truth or Consequences 30 SPECIAL: Astro Blue Bonnet Bowl J:W-4 Jim Nabors 9 Peter and the Wolf 11 Big Valley 7:30—2 Bewitched Ironsides Courts, Warts and all Barefoot in the Park Movie (C) Boston Pops 11 Wagon Train 8:80—2 Odd Couple Nancy : The Immortal Dean Martin Flick iOut ' 11 Perry Mason 9:30-9 Flaherty and Film 19:99-2 4 5 News 9 Course of Our Times 11 Alfred Hitchcock 30 Movie (C) 10:30-2 Movie (C) 4 Merv Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 9 Making Things Grow 11 Movie ll:M-9 Soldan High Choir 11:30—5 Guy Lombardo 12:H-^2Dick Cavett 4 Movie (C) 12:25-11 Sea Hunt, 12:55—11 News/Devotional l:M-5 Weather 1:30—2 News/Sports/Religion 2:0»-4 News/Religion 5 9 8:00-2 4 8 5 9:00-2 5 9 10:30-5 SPECIAL! Hose Bowl Parade 11 That Girl 10:50-2 Fashions in Sewing 11:00-2 SPECIAL: Sugar Bowl parade 11 To Tell the Truth ll!30~ll What's My Line 11:55^-2 SPECIAL: Sugar Bowl Noon—11 News ; : 12:30—11 Galloping Gfturmet 12:45-4 SPECIAL: Cotton Bowl 1:00—5 Days of Our Lives 11 Movie 30 Movie (C) 1:30—5 The Doctors 2:60-5 Another World — Bay City 2:30—5 Movie Game 3:00-2 Movie 4 Corner Pyle 5 Another World- Somerset 30 Little Castle 3:30-4 Mike Douglas 5 SPECIAL: Rose Bowl 9 Bridge With Jean Cox 11 Flintstones 4:00—9 Sesame Street 11 Gilligan's Island 30 Ultraman 4:30-11 Flipper 30 in Space 6:99—2 Daniel Boorie 4 News 9 Mister Roger's Neighborhood II Leave it to Beaver 5:25-30 Trick or Treat 9 What's New 5:30—4 News II1 Love Lucy 30 Batman FRIDAY EVENING «:90-2 4 News 9 Careers Calling 11 Dick Van Dyke Friday January 1 6:45—4 Religion/News 6:00-4 Sunrise Semester 6:30-2 Thought for Today 4 p.s; 4 5 Focus — Your World 6:35—2 Farm Report 6:40—2 Newsbreak . 6:45—2 Lone Ranger 7:H-4 CBS News 5 Today 7:15-2 Fury 7:45—2 Cartoons I:N—4 Capt. Kangaroo 11 Underdog 8:15—2 Romper Room 8:30—11 Cartoons 1:00—2 Movie f SPECIAL: Tournament of Roses Parade 5 New Year's Parade 1:15—80 Financial Observer 9:30-4 SPECIAL: Cotton- bowl Parade 11 Jack LaLanne lt!M-ll The Game Game "FHnfr Rtceptkn" iv Homer I* Harder pn^w,w <•'-.*••• Lady we know says there are two things /she always b re a k s — coffee cups and phaln letters. Drivers who go fastest past a school are probably the ones who took longest to get through It. Man, buying shrubbery, to nurseryman; "Po you have anything that thrives on ne- gleet?'* Trouble defies the law of gravity, It's easier to pick up. than to drop. Committee! a group that keeps minutes and wastes hours, You Won't Be Wasting If You Come To HARDER TV SERVICE 90QQ CWlege Ave, 4604978 For the Best Jn Portable TV Sets IN JOY MOTOROLA "QUASAB" with • l yeawgw-ytee • l Yr* Parts Wwranty • 5 ¥rfc Picture Tube Warranty HARDER TV SERVICE Avtw494-l878 MOVIES THURSDAY 8:00-4 —. "Chamber of Horrors" (1966) (C) Suzy Parker, Patrick O'Neal 10:00—30 — "Pepe" (1961) (C) Shirley Jones, Dan Dailey 10:30-2 - "Something for a Lonely Man" (1968) (C) Susan Clark, Dan Blocker 11 - "Alias Nick Beal" (1949) Audrey Totter, Ray Milland 12:00-4 - "Lil'l Abner" (1959) (C) Leslie Parish, Peter Palmer FRIDAY 9:00-2 - "Triumph of Hercules" (1984) Marilu Tolo, Dan Vadis 1:00-11 - "The Great Dan Patch" (1948) Gail Russell, Dennis O'Keefe 30 — "Escape in Japan" (1957) (C) Teresa Wright, Cameron Mitchell 3:00-2 - "The High ; Cost of Loving" (1958) Gena Rowlands, Jose Ferjrer 18:00-4 — "Tarzan's Three Challenges" (1963) (C) Jock Mahoney 30 - "Attack of the Robots" (1966) Francojse Brioh, Eddie Coristantifte 10:00-30 - "The Naked Street" (1955) Anne Bancroft, Anthony Quinn 10:30-2 - "Incident at Phantom HW" (1986) (C) Joceyln Lane, Robert Fuller 11 - "Black Magic" (1944) Nancy Guild, Orson Welles 12:00-4 — "Peggy" (1950) (C) Diana Lynn, Charles Coburn SATURDAY 6:30-30 - '"Ghost DrJV' er" (1957) Audrey Totter, James Crate 8:00-5 - "An American in Paris" (1951) (Cl Leslie Caron, Gene Kelley 30 — "Godzilla" •. 0956) Raymond Bur? 9?aiM - "Call Me Madam" (1953) Ethej Merman, Donald O'Connor IQlQMQ „ « T he, Vam , pires Ghost" (1945) Peggy Stewart, John „ seals' from a distance, but the second portion of the program, devoted to the.walrus, was more rewarding sfljce tfce> ate generally peaceful and unafraid-"a weird affectionate beast," tomwented Ray. "It's difficult not to be tremendously anthropomorphic about them because you cannot get in the presence of a walrus without the thing trying to crawl into your lap." •' ' ' * * 30 Munsters 8:30-2 Brady Bunch 4 Interns 5 News 9 Paducah Choir 11 Truth or Consequenc- jHFJjnS program wis, ffif <swwe, strong. A retsfft asfWi indicated atxrat 100,0f/0 Pacific walruses ate hi the vicinity of Alaska, named « both tne Siberian and Alaskan Caters /or theif ivory, skfi) and meat, ft is estimated that slightly more of them an born than are destroyed. Ray's big concern, he said, was the indirect elimination of the species. "Here we're sitting on a Saturday January 2 30 Flying Ntm 6:45-5 SPECIAL: Orange Bowl 7:00—2 Nanny and The Professor ft Playing the Guitar 11 Big'Valley 7:30-2 Partridge Family 4 Headmaster 5 Name of the Game 9 Hans the Puppet Master 8:00-2 That Girl 4 Movie (C) 9 Symphony 11 Wagon Train 30 Movie 8:30—2 Love, American Style 9:00—2 Tom Jones 9 .Continium 11 Perry Mason 9:30—9 Dust & Ashes 10:00—2 4 5 News 9 See to Solve li Alfred Hitchcock 30 Movie 10:30-2 Movie (C) 4 Merv Griffin . 5 Johnny Carson '9 Glimpses 11 Movie 11:80-9 Berkley High Choir 12:00-2 Dick Cavett i 4 Movie (C) 5 News 12:30-5 26 Men 12:35-11 Sea Hunt 1:00-5 Weather 1:05—11 News/Devotional 1:30—2 News/Sports/Religion 4 News/Religion 10:30-4 - "Marjorie Morningstar" (1957) (C) Natalie Wood GeneKelley. 12:00-2 — "Rider in the Njght" (1964) (C) Annette DeVilliers, Johan VanHeerden 12:30-5 — "Beneath the 12 Mile Reef" (1953) (C) Robert Wagner, Terry Moore SUNDAY 1:00-2 - "The Three Stooges Meet Hercules" (1962) (C) VicW Trickett, Three Stooges 2:30-2 — "Fort Yuma" (1955) Joan Vohs, Peter Graves 3:00-30 - "Ghost Driver" (1957) Audrey , Totter, James Craig 4:00-2 — "Call Me Madam" (1953) (C) Ethel Merman, Donald O'Connor 6:00-30 - "Apache Territory" (1958) (C) Barbara Bates, Rory Calhoun 8:00-2 -^ "The Champagne Murders" (1968) (C) Yvonner Furneauz, Anthony Perkins 11 - "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man" (1939) W. C. Fields, Edgar Bergen 30 - "Song to Remember" (1945) (C) Paul Muni, Cornel Wilde 10:00-2 - f'Spartacus" Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier 10:30-4 - "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue" (1958) Jan Sterling, Richard Egan Jl - "The Magic- Jan'' (1959) Max Von Sydow, BJbj Anders* son 12:45^-4 - "That Ten* nessee Beat" (1966) (C) Minnie Pearl, Merle Travis MONDAY PAY 9:00-2 - "The Hanged Man" (1965) (C) Vera Miles, Edmond O'Brien 1;«M1 ~ "The Falten Idol" (1949) Michele Morgan, Ralph Rich- ardsoo 3:00-2 - "Privilege" (1967) (C) Jean 8:00-2 ~ "Spartacus" (Part 8) (1963) (0) Ghrimpton, Paul Jones (Part 1) (1962) (C) SATURDAY MORNING 5:45-4 Religion/News «:1S—2 Thought for Today 6:20—2 Farm Report 6:25—2 Newsbreak 6:30-2 World of ideas I 4 P.S. 4 5 Agriculture 7:00—2 Reluctant Dragon and Mr, Toad 5 Heckle & Jeckle 11 Modern Almanac 7:30—2 Motor Mouse 5 Woody Woodpecker 11 Herald of Truth 8:00-2 Lancelot Link, Secret Chimp 4 Sabrina and the 5 Tom Foolery 11 Uncle Waldo 8:30—5 Corky's Colorama 8:57-4 In the Know 9:00—2 Jerry Lewis 4 Josie & Pussycats 5 Dr. Dolittle II Superman 9:30—2 Scooper and the Double Deckers 4 Harlem Globetrotters 5 Pink Panther 11 Flipper 9:57—4 In the Know 10:00-2 Hot Wheels 4 Archie Hour 5 Pufnstuf 11 Leave it to Beaver 10:80-2 Sky Hawks 5 Here Comes the Grump 11 Gilligan's Island 10:57-4 In the Know 11:00—2 Motor Mouse 4 Scooby—Doo, 5 Pro Football 11 Upbeat 11:30 2 Hardy Boys 4 Monkees 11:57-4 In the Know Noon—2 American Bandstand 4 Dastardly & Muttley 5 St. Louis Hop. 11 Cagney Theater 30 Now Explosion 12:30—2 Speak Out 4 Jetsons 1:00-2 Soul Unlimited 4 Magic People " 5 SPECIAL: Gator Bowl 1:30—2 George Carson 4 Popeye 2:00-2 Wide World of Sports 4 Opportunity Line . 11 Bowery Boys Theater 2:30-4 Heads Up 3:00—4 Town & Country 3:30-2 SPECIAL: East- West Football 4 Dennis the Menace 11 I Spy 4:00-4 SPECIAL: January x with the King Family 5 Something Else 11 Country Carnival 5:00—4 Scholar Quiz 5 Wild Kingdom 11 Country Place 30 Man from UNCLE 5:30-4 5 News 11 Nashville Music SATURDAY EVENING . 6:00-2 Death Valley 4 5 News 11 Wilburn Brothers 30 Movie < 6:30-2 Let's Make a Deal 4 Mission Impossible 5 Andy Williams 11 Porter Wagner 7:09-2 N9wIywed;Gam« 11 SPECIAL: St. Louis Blues Hockey 7:30—2 Lawrence Welk 4 My Three Sons 5 Adam-12 8:00-4 Arnie ' 5 Movie (C) 30 Movie 8:30-i2 Most Deadly Game 4 Mary Tyler Moore 1:00-4 Mannix 9:30-2 Movie (C) 11 Bill Fields 10:00-4 S News 30 Movie 10:30-4 Movie (C) 6 SPECIAL: Basketball 11:00-5 Movie (C) 11 Wrestling 11:45-2 News 12:00-2 Movie H News 13:30-5 Film 12:50-4 DickKeefe 1:55-2 News/Sports/ReUgton 1:30-5 Weather 2:20-4 News/Religion sea, fan of minerals, of oil ... suppose we had ft gigantic oil spiD everywhere heft? You dent haw to shoot an animal with a gun. Ruin its environment ... you can kill him a lot more effectively." The photography was excellent, and Charles KuraH's succinct narration was helpful. New Year's Cay will be, as usual, a time of TV parades .* * ?:2fr-2 Thought for Today ?;25-2 Newsbreak ?:30-2 Pattern for Living 4 Camera Three 6r Lester Family 11 Songs of Faith 8:W-2 Message of Rabbi 4 Sunday Morning 5 America Sings 11 Cartoons 30 Wonderama 8:15-2 The Answer This is the Life Faith of Our Fathers Sacred Heart Catholic Mass SPECIAL: Religious News Inter Church Assoda- 5 8:30-4 8:45-2 1:00-2 4 St. Louis 11 Samson 9:30-4 Look Up and Live 5 Hot Dog 11 Skippy 9:45-2 Davey & Goliath 19:99—2 Buliwinkle 4 Church is You 5 Jumbo 11 Boiler Derby 10:30—2 Discovery 4 Way of Life 5 Corky's Colorama 11:18-2 SmokeyBear 4 Face the Nation 11 Wrestling 30 Astroboy 11:30—2 Jocny Quest 4 Town & Country 5 Meet The Press 30 SPECIAL: NFL Game of the Week 12:88-2 Chatanooga Cats 4 SPECIAL: Pro Football 5 Black Experience 11 John Wayne Theater 30 Cartoons 12:30—2 Lone Ranger 5 SPECIAL: Pro Foot. ball 1:88-2 Movie (C) 30 Oral Roberts 1:30—30 Revival Fires 2:88—11 Charlie Chan Theater 30 Days of Discovery 2:30-2 Movie (C) 30 Kathryn Kuhlman * 3:08-30 Movie 3:30-2 St. Louis Zoo 4 Newsmakers 11 Wagon Train 3:55-4 SPECIAL: Your Taxes 4:88-2 Movie (C) . 4. Eye on St. Louis 4:30-4 Animal World ' 5 Film 5:88-4 News 11 I Spy 30 Man from UNCLE 5:30-4 5 News 9 Pathfinders SUNDAY EVENING 8:68-2 Young Rebels 4 Lassie 5 Perspective 9 Cultures and Continents 11 The Saint 30 Movie (C) 1:10-4 Hogan's Heroes 5 Walt Disney 9 Making Things Grow 7:88-2 P.B.I. 4 Ed Sullivan 9 Kukla, Fran and Ollle 11 Daktari 7:30-5 Bill Cosby 9 The World We Live In 8:00-2 Movie (C) 4 Glen Campbell 5 Bonanza 9 Civilization 11 Movie 30 Movie (C) 8:30-11 SPECIAL: A Very Special Occasion 8:88-4 PREMIER: Honeymooners 5 Bold Ones 9 Fanfare 9:30—11 Perry Mason 18:08—2 Movie (C) 4 5 News 9 Flick Out 10:30-4 Movie 5 Johnny Carson 9 ThatsUfe 11 Movie 30 David Susskind 11:30-9 Ritenour High Choir 12:00-2 News 12:15-2 Directions 12:15-5 Insight 12:30-11 News 12:35-5 Weather 12;45~2 Issues & Answers 4 Movie 1:15-2 News/Sports/ReJjgJon 1:65-4 News/Religion _.._ football games, The parades start early, first with the Cotton Bowl activity on CBS, followed by the Rose Parade en CBS and NBC, with a little overlapping competioa from ABC with its Sugar Bowl parade. ABC's Sugar Bowl game staffs earliest —11:55 CST. fhe Cotton Bowl on CBS , begins less than an hour later wiht the Rose Bowl on NBC at 4:45. NBC will follow with the Orange Bowl at 7 p.m. if it 1 6:40-2 Newsbreak 6:45—2 Lone Ranger 7:88-4 CBS News 5 Today 7:15—2 Fury 8:89—4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:15—2 Romper Room 9:80-2 Movie (C) 4 Lucy Show 5 Dinah's Place 9:15-30 Financial Observer ' 9:25-5 NBC News 9:30—4 Beverly Hillbillies 5 Concentration 18:98-4 Family Affair 5 Sale of Century 11 Bewitched 10:30-4 Love of Life 5 Holyyw'd Squares 11:08—2 Bewitched 4 Where the Heart Is 5 Jeopardy 11 To Tell the Truth 11:25-4 CBS News 11:30-2 A World Apart 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Who What Where Game 12:88-2 All My Children 4 My Favorite Martian 12:30-2 Let's Make a Deal 4 As the World Turns 5 Talk—Danforth 11 Galloping Gourmet 1:88-2 Newlywed Game 4 Love is a Many Spleh- dored Thing 5 Days of Our Lives 11 Movie 1:30-3 Dating Game 4 Guiding Light 5 The Doctors 2:88—2 General Hospital 4 Secret Storm 5 Another World —Bay City 2:30-2 One Life To Live 4 Edge of Night 5 Bright Promises 30 Cartoons 3:80-2 Movie (C) 4 Gomer Pyle 5 Another World—Somerset 30 Little Castle 3:30-4 Mike Douglas 5 Movie Game 9 TV Typing 11 Flintstones 4:88-5 Virginia Graham 9 Sesame Street 11 Gilligan's Island 30 Ultiaman 4:30—11 Flipper 30 Lost in Space 5:08—2 Daniel Boone 4 5 News 9 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood II Leave it to Beaver 5:30-4 5 News 9 What's New II1 Love Lucy 30 Batman Hie Telegraph cannot always publish last-miiite changes made by the fete- vbto» stations. Sunday January 3 f;4JM .7: Monday December 28 P-8.4 5 Gospel Jubilee. UJtl Happening Q& Ridge Boys 6:30-2 wwgion/wews Suwise Semester Thought (or ToO&y P.s. 4 Focus Your World ftum Report State tax forms in mail CHICAGO (AP) — The Illinois Department of Revenue has begun mailing 4.2 million state income tax forms to Illinois residents and those who work in the state. Mrs. Helen Schmid, assistant revenue director, called the 1970 form "vastly simplified" from that of last year which was complicated by the fact that the tax was collectible for only five of the 12 months. Mrs. Schmid said this year's basic form Is one page as compared with the four pages In the 1969 form. She said most taxpayers would have to fill in only 12 lines, Illinois has reciprocal agreements with Indiana, Iowa, and Wisconsin. An agreement is to be signed soon with Michigan and sometime later with Kentucky. Under these agreements a person who lives in one state but works in another will pay taxes only in the state of residence. For those who find the new form confusing, the Revenue Department will operate walk-in assistance offices in every county. Illinoisans living outside Chicago may caU 800-972-1630 toll-free for help with their returns The tax phones will be manned after Jan. 4. End of a season A workman oii an aerial ladder of the Grove Sign Co. attaches cable to the truck of one of downtown Alton's Christmas trees, this one on the roof of the Jupiter store at Third and Piasa. The downtown area was cleared of Christmas decorations in one day, signifying the end of a season. (Telegraph Photo by Robert K. Graul) Elble opposes request Zitt seeks more money for deputy Wood River assessors Wood River Township Assessor Robert Zitt said Wednesday night his salary budget for deputy assessors will be "at least $800 short" this fiscal year, and said he wanted the money allocated by the township's board of auditors. Zitt said last March, his budget was cut before being presented to the annual town meeting in April. He said he had figured his salaries closely, and wanted the cut restored. In the request, Zitt said the "job (real estate assessing) must be done and will be done." He told the auditors, "I'm not explaining anything" about the request except that the fund would be "at least $800 short" for salaries of deputies. Zitt said the assessing work depends on the weather, with more time spent in the field during good weather and less time during bad weather. After making his request, Zitt left the meeting, without a vote being taken on his demand. Later in the meeting, Supervisor Rodger Elble asid of Zitt's request, "I'll oppose him on this." Elble said the other elected officials were able to keep within their budgets, and Zitt could keep within his. The matter was tabled until the board's Jan. 13 meeting. Money and budge.ts came up again as Town Clerk Mrs. Nina Henkhaus asked for extra funds to hire a helper to get W*2 income tax forms out to all 53 township em- ployes. On Elble's suggestion, the board voted to have her take the remaining money in her janitorial account to hire an office helper for two weeks in January. Elble said Tax Collector William Corigan had money left over in his rent and janitorial accounts since he merged his office with Mrs, Henkhaus in May, and could pay for janitor service for the remainder of the fiscal year. Elble showed reporters a letter he received Tuesday from Merle Bassett, attorney for the Rosewood Heights Sanitary District, asking why some 30-40 homes on one street in that district were to be included in the proposed Cottage Hills-Forest Homes Sewer District. In his reply, to be mailed to Bassett today, Elble admitted the homes on Oak Drive, were in Rosewood Heights, but explained they were included because "one of the residents attended a meeting of the Cottage Hills- Forest Homes sewer project and stated this area was in Cottage Hills and should be in this project." Elble had already made arrangements for-residents of the street to vote with a special ballot. Then, he said, if the street residents vote for the project and the project passes throughout the district, "we will discuss the matter," of the overlapping districts on that streeet. Elble explained earlier that although the street is out of the district, natural drainage patterns should dictate its inclusion. Tensions relaxed in Spain after Franco's elemency By KENNETH L. DAVIS Associated Press Writer MADRID (AP) — Spaniards turned their attention today to ringing in the New Year after Generalissimo Francisco Franco spared six Basque nationalists from execution. Commutation of the death sentencesWednesday night sent Basques in northern Spain into the streets dancing and relaxed the tension that had gripped the country for weeks. Pope Paul VI, the Archbishop of Canterbury and other foreign leaders expressed appreciation for Franco's clemency. The six Basques were sentenced tp death Monday in Burgos by a military court which convicted them of the murder of a chief of the political police. Three of them received double death sentences. Franco, faced with the gravest political crisis of his 81-year rule and under heavy pressure from abroad, reduced the sentences to 30 years each in prison, to be served in addition to prison sentences ranging from to 60 years given five of them by the military court. There was no clemency :for nine other Basques in the Burgos trial who got prison terms of 12 to 70 years for terrorist activity. But it was believed one of the 15 would serve more, than 30 years since 30 years and a day is considered fulfillment of a life sentence in Spain. The oldest of the defendants is 37. Shortly after Franco's clemency was announced, the chief of state, in his annual televised New Year message, said bis action allowed Spain to begin the Holy Year — observed every five years?*— "with spirits of peace." He said though Spaniards must remain "united in the essentials" for the better q| their country, conflicting political views should be conveyed through existing institutional organs. "What we cannot permit," he said, "is that discrepancy becomes violent action wWcb the law punishes and wh|cj|| we are not ready to tolerate." By Us clemency, Fra»co rebuffed archconservativesr: jp the army and the government who want to club down all opposition.

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