Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 31, 1977 · Page 3
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Saturday. December 31, 1977 ( AHK. i ST\H For Sunday. Jan. 1. 1975 _BerniceJede Osol CAPRICORN (Dec.l^T^" ' ^ereis a career-type opporiy. - ••'/ around you today, but ycu J*r either fail to recognize ,| O r -scover ,t too late to take lull Hope Star Saturday, December 31, 1977 Vol. 79-No. 66 Star of Hope 1899; Press 19Z7 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every week - day evening at The Star Building W. Third and Grady Sis., Hope, Ark. 71801. Publication is suspended for three holidays a year— Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Address mail to: P.O. Box 648, Hope, Ark. 71801. 'Phone: Area Code 501 — 7778841. Second-class postage paid at Hope. Ark. By STAR PUBLISHING Co. Alex. H. Wasbburn, President and Editor (Inmemoriam: Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor, 1929-1972). Editorial — Dorothy Winchel City Editor Mrs. Annette Rogers Women's News Editor Food, Fashions, Society Billy Burton Photo-Features Editor Mrs. Esther Hicks Black Community Advertising — Mrs. Sibyl Parsons Advertising Director Virginia Hiscott Associate Mrs. Wanda Hays Associate Mrs. Sonya O'Rourke Classified Manager Circulation— C.M. Rogers, Jr Circulation Director Mrs. Alice Kate Baker, Bookkeeper Mrs. Penny Hicks Associate General Bookkeeper — Mrs. Elizabeth Bobo Mrs. Mary Ann Faught Associate ^ : Mechanical Department — . D.E. Allen, Mechanical Superintendent and Head Pressman Wendell House Pressman Danny Lewallen, Pressman Composing Room — Judy Gray, Foreman Mrs. Lois Rivers, Mrs. Helen Edwards, Mrs. Chris Plumley, and Mrs. Mickey Sims Member of the Audit Bureau of Circulations Member of the Associated Press. The Associated Press iff entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local. news printed in this newspaper, as well a all AP news dispatches. Member of the Southe/n Newspaper Publishers Ass'n. National Newspaper Ass'n., and Arkansas Press Ass'n. National advertising representatives: Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 3387 Poplar Ave., Memphis, Term. 38111; 960 Hartford Bldg., Dallas, Texas 75201; 400 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, HI. 60601 ; 60 E. 42nd St., New York, N.Y. 10017; 1276 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit, Mich. 18226; Classen Terrace Bldg., 1411 Classen Blvd., Oklahoma City, Okla. 73106 Single Copy 15c Subscription Rates (Payable in advance) By Carrier in Hope and Neighboring towns— Per Week 60c Per Calendar Month |2.60 Per Year. Office only 31.00 By mail in Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, Pike, Miller and Clark Counties- One Month $1.50 Three Months 4.10 Six Months 8.00 One Year 15.00 11 other Mail in Arkansas One Month $1.94 Three Months 4.65 Six Months 9.00 One Year 17.00 All Other Mail Outside Arkansas One Month $2.00 Three Months 5.65 Six Months 11.00 One Year 20.00 College Student Bargain Offer Nine Months $9.75 Advantage P:r>rj r-u! •^•cv about vot."?ei' SH- ?«?nclmj fc- you' COP> ;' AS!',VGrarh Letter Mail 50 certs 'or each and a 'one sei'-ailciressed stamped envelope to Astro-Graph P O Bo- -589. Radio C i ! \ Station,N V 10019 Be sure to Specify your birth sign AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb.19) A financiaHy troubled pal may come to you today Think twice before you |ump in. because you may jeopardi-'e yourself while bailing him ou! temporarily PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Permit no one to do your thinking for you today Olhers may recommend what's good for them but unwise for you ARIES (March 21-April 19) In things that reguire judgment today, you're optimistic. That's fine. Trouble is. you see only two good sides and that can be bad TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You're industrious today, but you're also guite wasteful. It's like you might prepare a sumptuous holiday dinner and then throw away the leftover caviar. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Enjoy yourself today, but don't leave something important until the last minute. It just might not get done. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Some people are "takers" by nature. The more you give, the more they want. You might find one among your guests when you're serving the potables. LEO (July 23-Aug.22) Back your favorite "Bowl" team with your cheers, but not too much money today. They may be the favorites but your luck isn't all that super. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.22) Try to observe the social graces today. It's not generally good policy to ignore (hem even though you feel with good reason that you should. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.23) Use a light touch if you're telling a story today. You have a tendency to exaggerate. You could trip on your tongue if you carry it too far. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-NOV.22) Something that looks like an interesting proposition today may not hold water in the cold light of dawn. Sleep on it before you commit yourself. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec.21) Unfortunately, you can't rely on promises made to you by another today. The ability to deliver may be lacking. Jan. 1.1978 4 MS*? m status :S likely for you this corning year, but Shore cou'd t?e sor^e roadblocks if vOu have vour Sights set on something, don t cie?Mir S"Cond effort w;U oet it For Monday. Jan. 2. 1978 CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan.19) Be cognizant ol the odds and don't get into situations where you are overmatched Today you tend to think you have more clout than you actually nave Like to find out more of what lies ahead lor you ? Send lor your copy ol Astro-Graph Lelter by mailing 50 cents for each and a long, self- addressed, stamped "envelope to Astro-Graph. P O. Box 489 Radio City Station. N. Y. 10019' Be sure to specify your birth sign. AQUARIUS (Jan.20-Feb.19) Failing to face your responsibilities today will lead to future complications. What is swept under the rug now will later cause a small dust storm PISCES (Feb.ZO-March 20) This should be an enjoyable day for you provided you don't permit another to saddle you with his problems. Be careful for he is apt to try. ARIES (March 21-Aprif 19) Plans that seem reasonable to you are likely to be rejected by your companions or associates today. Forcing the issue won't help. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) A disagreement could arise today regarding the way a joint venture is to be handled. You may feel that you're the injured party. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Accept your friends for what they are today. Don't try to change them. They won't appreciate any more than you would if they tried to change you CANCER (June 21-July 22) On minor issues, you and your mate are likely to be in complete accord today. However, regarding something that really matters, you're apt to be poles apart. LEO (July 23-Aug.22) You will nave an uprising to contend with if you treat subordinates arrogantly. A bad day to throw Resolutions Good Whole Year Round By Abigail Van Buren & 1977 by The Chicago Tribune-N.Y.News Synd. Inc. DEAR READERS: Four years ago I published JUST FOR TODAY and suggested that it be used as "New Year's Resolutions." Since that time I have heard from a surprising number of readers (ages from 12 to 82) telling me that they read the rules every day, and are trying to live by them. I am repeating them for those who may have missed them. These rules are not original. I paraphrased them from the credo for Overeaters Anonymous—an organization of loving, caring, compulsive overeaters who have regained their self-esteem by losing weight, feeling better, looking better and helping others to do the same. Overeaters Anonymous is patterned after Alcoholics Anonymous and Gamblers Anonymous. Both organizations have had extraordinary success in rehabilitating compulsive drinkers and gamblers when all other methods have failed: JUST FOR TODAY 1. Just for today I will try to live through this day only, and not set far-renching goals to try to overcome all my problems at once. I know I can do something for 12 hours that would appall me if I felt that I had to keep it up for a lifetime. 2. Just for today I will try to be happy. Abraham Lincoln said, "Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be." He was right. I will not dwell on thoughts that depress me. I will chase them out of my mind and replace them with happy thoughts. 3. Just for today I will adjust myself to what is. I will face reality. I will try to change those things I can change, and accept those things that I cannot change. 4. Just for today I will try to improve my mind. I will not be a mental loafer. I will force myself to read something that requires effort, thought and concentration. 5. Just for today I will exercise my soul in three ways. I will do a good deed for somebody—without letting them know it. (If they find out I did it, it won't count.) 1 will do at least two things that I know I should I do but have been putting off. I will not show anyone that my feelings are hurt; they may be hurt, but today I will not show it. 6. Just for today I will be agreeable. I will look as well as I can, dress becomingly, talk softly, act courteously and speak ill of no one. Just for today I'll not try to improve anybody except myself. 7. Just for today I will have a program. I may not follow it exactly, but I will have it, thereby saving myself from two pests: hurry and indecision. 8. Just for today I will have a quiet half hour to relax alone. During this time I will reflect on my behavior and will try to get a better perspective on my life. 9. Juot for today I will be unafraid. I will gather the courage to do what is right and take the responsibility for my own actions. I will expect nothing from the world, but I will realize that as I give to the world, the world will give to me. It makes sense, doesn't it? And so does the Overeaters Anonymous program. It's free. For information about this wonderful organization, write to Box 34854, Los Angeles Calif. 90034. B ' P.S. Have a happy, healthy New Year. And pray for universal peace! If you feel left out and lonely, or wish you knew how to get people to like you, my new booklet, "How To Be Popular; You're Never Too Young or Too Old," is for you. Send $1 along with a long, self-addressed, stamped (24 cents) envelope to Abby, 132 Lasky Drive, Beverly Hills, Calif. 90212. Television Logs Saturday VOl." Af.Ci'". .I'.Mi" '. VIRGO (Aug 23-Srpt v\.|h LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct.J3\ > A DlCMS.I"! TO.'SOn jo (!•• .H !OClJ> A ho;) tilings .IK- I f-'-noothh . (nit v,hrn f.voii any form of orpcr-idon , '•ess desirat-.it> traits k -oiiM surface SCORPIO (Ocl.24-Nov.22) In order to pciifi votir o'ViR ti\l;n you may employ KICK'S ottiots will find unbecoming This will make them feel obliq.itoij or indebted to >ou. SAGITTARIUS (Nov.23-Dec.21) This is a day when you could do a good turn, but lose a friend in the process. Think twice bo- fore lending money to a pal This coming year your greatest gains will come from unpromising beginnings. From the humble acorn, the mighty o;ik grows. One down on grand slam WEST * — !) NOKTII 4 _ Y AKg.!l)«7tii2 T A * K K.AST K 1} J -j 7 5 97J32 SOUTH 4 10 )! fi .| 2 i * A Q.I 10 ft (if)' A JL 3* 5 * Pass Pass I 'ass 2+ 4V Auction Bridge.- West North K ils t South IV 3V 5V |. ilss (iV i'; lss 7V j. aiSS | ';,ss F;, ss lead: King (,r ( |j;,- 154 74 By Oswald & Jam us -lacoby For our last hand of the year we present a bid of whimsy from the long ago. This concerns the declarer in an auction bridge game in Dry Gulch, Arka/.ona, who held 13 trumps and never took a trick. It seems that the last bids by North and South were accompanied by considerable profanity. Neither one appreciated the fact that his partner kept bidding his own suit and when South finally bid seven spades North said, "You had best make it, or else. As a result, South decided to really annoy his partner and his opponents by playing the hand out slowly. If West had opened a club there would have been no story but West opened the king of diamonds. North slapped his cards down on the table so hard that they bounced a couple of times before settling. Then he played his ace of diamonds of West's king. South studied a while and trumped his partner's ace. North pulled out a pistol and shot South dead before he could even take in the trick. \;. A New Mexico reader wants to know if we have ever seen the ace, king, queen and jack of a suit played on the same trick. The answer is that it has happened many times. The lead to trick one is the jack from jack-10, etc. Declarer- plays the queen from dummy, third hand the king and declarer the ace. 'NKW.SI'AI'KK I NTKKI'KI.SK ASS.'.' | (Do you hnvi- a question tor the experts'' Write "Ask the Jacobys" care ol th/.<; newspaper. The Jacobys will answer if stamped. selt-itiUiic-s'jad envelopes are onclosod. The most interesting questions will tja used in this column and will reciove copies ol JACOBY MODERN.) Q&A 1. The ballpoint pen was invented in (a) 1888 (b; 1903 (c) 1936 2. If the Peach Bowl in college football is played in Atlanta, Ga., then the Tangerine Bowl is played in 3. The first U.S. president to be assassinated in office was (a) McKinley (b) Lincoln (c) Wm. H. Harrison ANSWKRS (q) '£ 'Bid 'opueijQ 'z (ej 'i Afternoon 12:00 College Show 5 Ikxigepodgc 1/xlge 2-9 American Bandstand 3 Wrestling 4 CIJS Youth Invitational 11-12 12:30 Voter's Digest 5 Books inn Bind 2-8 Tnrzfln 3 Sun Bowl 11-12 "Stanford Cardinals vs. I.SU Tigers" 1:00 Saturday Showcase 5 "Tarzan, the Fearless" The Ixine Ranger 8 Nutcracker Suite 2-9 Movie 4 "Who Done It?" 1:30 Wyall Enrp 8 Guppies to Groupers 2-9 Movie 3 "The Furies" 2:00 Wagon Train 8 By Line 2-9 Texarkana Town Topics 8 Movie 7 "The Stranger" Wrestling 10 2:30 Movie 2-9 "The Lavender Hill Mob" Bonanza 4 Circumspect 8 3:00 Fiesta Mexicana 5 Bronco Q College Basketball g Bold Ones 10 3:30 American Lifestyle 3 Pop Goes the Country 4 Cliffwood Avenue Kids n Sports Spectacular 12 Variedades Musicales 5 4:00 Laramie 8 Newton-Weaver Western Hour 5 National Geographic 2-9 Wide World of Sports 3.7-10 Porter Wagoner 4 Wild Kingdom Hf 4:30 That Nashville Music 4 Gong Show n 5:00 LawrenceWeDc 5 French Chef 2-9 Nashville on the Road 4-6 News n In Search Of 12 Cheyenne 8 5:30 Once Upon A Classic 2-9 News 3-10-4-7 That Nashville Music g Marty Robblns' Spotlight 11 CBS News 12 Night 6:00 Wildlife in Crisis 5 Big Valley 8 Environment and You 2-9 LawrenceWelk 3-7 News 4 Porter Wagoner 6 HeeHaw H-12 Gong Show 10 6:15 Arkansas Outdoors 4 fi:30 Beverly Hillbillies 5 Music 2-9 MuppetShow 4' Critical Issues 6 All-Star Any- UiingGoes 10 7:00 Pop Goes the Country 5 Bonanza 8 Minor Key 2-9 Tabitha 3 King Orange Jamboree Parade 4 Bluebonnet Bowl 6-10 "USC Trojans vs. Texas A&M" Orange Bowl Special 7 BobNewhart 11-12 7:30 Talent Profiles 2-9 Tabitha 3 We've Got Each Other 11-12 Nashville Music 5 8:00 RexHumbard 8 Marty Robbins' Spotlight 5 Wodehotise Playhouse 2-9 Movie 4 "Come Back Little Sheba" College Basketball 7 Jeffersons 11-12 8:30 Porter Wagoner 5 Forsyte Saga Tony Randal! 9:00 High Chaparral Festival of Praise 2--> 11-12 5 Kojnk 9:30 Flash Gordon The Lesson 9:45 Movie "Things to Conw" 10:00 Wrestling 5 Presents: 8 New Year's Hockin' Eve 78 3-to Saturday Night w New Year's Eve With the Royal Canadians 11 Wild, Wild West 12 11:00 Last of the Wild 8 11:30 Ironside 5 Journey to Adventure 8 New Year's Eve with the Royal Canadians 12 12:00 Movie 3 "Only Two Can Play" Movie 4 "Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines" \- Soul Train 6 Untouchables 10 Movie 11 "Barbary Const" 12:30 NightwatchNews 5 12:45 Meditations- Sign Off 5 1:30 Soul Train 7 Sunday Morning 12 4 7 12 4 6 10 11 12 3 G 7-10 11 12 6:00 Mormon Choir 6:30 Archies PTLClub Farm Report Public Policy Forum 7:00 Agricultural Film Gospel Singing Jubilee Water—Report Herald of Truth Church Service Kaleidoscope 7:30 This is the Life Sanctuary Hour Jerry Falwell God's Treasure Chest Amazing Grace Bible Class Show My People ., 8:00 Pay of,,: ; Discovery Happiness Is Herald of Truth G Lone Ranger ll James Robison Presents 12 Religious Town Hall 5 Larry Jones I) 8:30 Gene Williams Presents World Concern 3 Day of Discovery 4 Oral Roberts 6 James Robison Presents 7 James Robison Presents 10 Jolly Bible Time 12 Day of Discovery 5 Dr. Gene Williams 8 9:00 Jerry and Sylvia's Music Shop 3 RexHumbard 4-6 Robert Schuller 7 Day of Discovery 10 Hallelujah Train 12 Divine Plan 5 Jerry Falwell 8 9:30 Jabber Jaw 3 Amazing Grace Bible Class 7 Garner Ted ' Armstrong in Church Service ll Jimmy Swaggart 12 Let the Bible Speak 5 30:00 Grape Ape 3-10 Oral Roberts 4 Church Service f) Jimmy Swaggart 7 Camera Three 11 Church Service 12 It Is Written 'j Robert Schuller 8 10:30 Animals, Animals, Animals 3-10 Wild Kingdom 4 Jaycce Forurn G Church Service 7 Face the Nation ll Panorama 12 Herald of Truth 5 10:45 Church Service (i 11:00 Church Service 3 Church Service 4-12 Church Service 7-10 U.S. Open Tennis 11 First Baptist 8 First Methodist Church of Fort Worth 5 11:30 Church of Dallas a Afternoon 12:00 Point of View 5 To Be Announced B I*.«urs and 8 3 11-12 2-9 fl 2-9 iH orseas Mi*s:op Vi;.'0 Spct-tft!' 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Issues and Answers Movie 3 10 8 2-9 3 6 9 10 10 10 10 11 11 1 Nouge" Update on Health :00 Wallace Wildlife Finest Angley Hour Music from Aspen Movie "Mrs. Miniver" Movie 10 "The Trouble with Angels" :30 Garner Ted Armstrong 5 -:0t) Family Theatre 5 "Batman" Gospel Lighthouse R Dance lu America 2-9 :30 TriThou.se Gut) fl Movie 7 "Alexander the Great" i:00 Just Passing Thru 8 Hometown Saturday Night 2-9 To Re Announced 4-6-11-12 Changed Lives 10 :30 Hnppy Hunters 8 Movie 10 '"Hie Vanishing Land" :00 Doctors and Patients: Anna's Story 2-9 Outdoors with the Moorcs 3 Ixxst In Space 5 Amazing Grace Bible 8 :30 River of Life 8 Wrestling 3 :00 Daktnri 5 flays of Hope 8 Parent Effectiveness 2-9 Eddie Sutton: Basketball 7 :30 Human Dimensions 8 Arkansas Continuum 2-9 Rut Patrol 3 News 7 Muppet Show 10 Night :00 .Sunday Night nt the Movies 5 "The Raven" Youth on the Move 8 Black Perspective 'on the News' 2-9 Nancy Drew 3-7-10 World of Disney 4-6 "Spy-Bus lets" 150 Minutes 11-12 :30 Reflect 8 Look at Me 2-0 : 00 700 Club 8 Evening at Symphony 2-9 Six Million Dollar Man 3-7-10 Rhoda 11-12 :30 On Our Own 11-12 :00 Rifleman 5 I, Claudius 2-9 Movie 3-7-10 "Serplco" Movie 44 "The Four Feathers" All in the Family 11-12 :30 Night Gallery 5 "Man who Died at 3 & 9" Alice 11-12 :00 Baptist Church 8 Movie 5 "Curry on Doctor" Firing Line 2-9 Carol Burnett 11-12 :30 Brant Baker 8 :00 News 4-«-l 1-12-5 Deaf Hear 8 :15 Movie Continued 5 -.30 Jlmjiiy Swaggart 8 Movie 4 "Five Million Years to Earth" News 3-7 Jerry Falwell 8 ABC News 10 Movie 11 "The Hireling" Wild, Wild West 12 :45 News 3 Gun.smoke 10 :00 RexHumbard 5 Reflect 8 Movie 3 "Sea of Grass" Gunsmoke 7 :30 Public Policy Forum 8 Moyie 12 "Mississippi" :45 Adam-12 10 :00 NighlwatchNews 5 Movie 4 "My Blood Runs Cold" :15 Untouchables 10 :30 Meditations- Sign Off 5 This is the Ufe 8 ;00 700 Club 8 Monday 6:20 Your Pastor 6:35 l/mr P.in^r 6:30 An- hit-? 6:35 Meditations 6:4.» R.F.iXr- 6:55 4 Ycnir Information 7:00 Good Morning Today ("BSNows CnptainKmigaroo Heckle Thrrr 12 » 12 5 5 S 4 3-7-H) 7:30 Mighty Motise fi:0fl Roso'sBIg Top t'npti»in Kangaroo Phil Donahue Comctly Cnpcm IVput y T)awg 8:30 Dusly's Treehouse Little RflsraJs 9:00 MervGrtKtn NBC Star Salute U a 5 3 7 12 U 5 8 5 Cotton Bowl Festival Parade u.[2 Dinah! 10 I *a ve It To Beaver 5 The 700 Club 8 9:30 That Girl 5 10:00 Happy Days 7.10 TheF.B.t. 5 10:30 Family Feud 3-7-10 Tournament of Hoses Parade 4-fi-ll-ia Ufc in the Spirit 8 11:00 $20.000 Pyramid 3-7-10 This is the Life g Ironside 5 11:30 News 3 Ryan's Hope 7-10 BigVullcy 8 Afternoon 12:00 12:30 1:00 3-7-10 5 .%7-iQ 4 8 11-12 5 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3 : 30 3:45 4:00 4:30 All My Children The Archies Sugar Bowl Lucy Show News Cotton Bowl Af to moon Movb "Come and Get It" Marcus Welby.M.D. 8 Doctors 4-« Andy Griff 1th 8 Another World 4-6 Dennis the Menace 8 PopeyeSi Bugs Hour 8 Bewitched 4 For Uicher, For Poorer 6 Popeye & Friends 5 Electric Compnn y 2-9 Rose Bowl Presume Show 4-6 The Flintatonea M Rose Bowl M Miatcr Rogers' Neighborhood , 2-9 Star Trek 3 New Mickey Mouae Club 7 Festival of Uvcly Arta For Young People 12 Dick Van Dyke 10 Munstera n Star Trek 8 Zoom 2-9 Andy Griffith 7 Hogan'a Heroes 10 Wild, Wild We.'it 11 Gilligan'3 Island 5 Brady Bunch 8 Sesume Street 2-9 Odd Couple 3 News . 7-10-12 News 3-7-10-11-12 Morning u:00 PTLClub Fuse and Shine Koas Bagley Show 3-7 10 5:00 5:30 6:00 Over Easy 2-9 Newd 3-11-12 Mary Tyler Moore 10 Bewitched 5 0:30 MucNeil-Lehrer Report 2-9 Bewitched 3 Adam-12 5.7 Andy Griffith 10-12 Hogan 's Heroes 8-1 1 7:00 Extension '77 2-9 Lucan 3-7-10 Ornnge Bowl 4-8 Ixjgan'.iRun IN 2 Gunsmoke 5 Corner Pyle fl 7:30 Learning an « Living 2-9 Doris Day a 8:00 Movie 2-9 "Ixnxi of tilt- Flies" ABC Theatre 3-7-10 Maude n-12 My Three Sens 5 700 Club 8 8:30 Betty White 11-12 Beverly Hillbillies 5 9:00 Switch }H2 Movie 5 "A Talc of Two Cities" 9:30 Ctmcx-it: Eri'c Landerer 2-9 Lite in the Spirit 8 10:00 Dick Cavett 2-9 News 3-4-6-7-10-1 M2 ChriLsma 8 Mftroplex News 5 10: ID Movie Continued 5 10:30 Polict; Story 3-10 Joluuiy Carson 4-6 Gunsmoke 7 President Carter's Trip 1H2 Lucy 8 11:00 Green Ac-res 8 ABC News 2-9 11:30 Police Story 7 LifeofRiley 8 Movie Eleven 5 "CharlifcChan At The Race Traqk" 12:00 Tomorrow 4-6 1:00 NightwatchNews 5 5 J^

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