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Hope, Arkansas
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§!* HOPE , 1951 ig Welcome Planned for Visitors at Conway 700 U) 1 000 Mnpe footbfllJ Will board a special train here iy at 3;30 foi Conw.-iy where llndefpfltpfl nhcl unlied Bobr?its Tfillgle with the Wnmpiis Cats Jhavp only one Inss on ihi<s Coliway is mnkinj! plans to »=^^_-hc Hope fans a great bits f«Wolcomo, nrciirdliiK to ,lor MeOce A parade of Hope and CoIHvay School Officials ,..„,, formula ti'd Ihe plans. it Big welcome signs will greet Itlle special train when it pulls into VConjVay, A pnindc of Hope and Tdonway students ui.ll be staged ( Hvith both band* pnrlU-ipalinu Hope adults will be Irnnspnrted flo Hendrlx College campus in Con- f\vay eitl/ens' c.ns. H's the plan *ot the Cowvay Student Council to J'haye parents lo accompany their ^children to the sl.ition nnd tlien 'transport adults to tho Mendrix fteairvpus. '}* if the train arrives on time, schc- '"'* lod for 7 |) m., Hope visitors will rtDO,invited to Hulen Lounge on the i'Hendrix campus for coffee nnd • ttonuts, Arkansas SUite Teachers S C6lle'ge will furnish coffee, Hen- wil provide dunuts and the Fishing Around Arkansas Lakes LITTLE nnrK < API -Here is a fiehiiiH report and foreenst pro- pared by the Arkansas C.ume (ind Fish Commission: Lake OiimJniln: Black bass fair on live nnd artificial bait; bream fair on worms. 1 Norfolk Lake: Blnek bass fair Irollins on artificial bait and crawfish: entppic fair rm nrhlk'ial bait. Nimrod Lake: frnppie fair on 'minnows; bass fair on artificial bail. | Lake f'onway: Bass fair on minnows. Lake Himlllon: Bass fair on artificial bail iarly and Idle: crappie fair on itilnnnws; brenm good on worms and crickets. f b»iL-apt;^. TlYc Bobcats are rated No. 'I and -\CotWay No. 8 in the state. Although ffthe intersection;)! contest menus fiiothtng in district piny the pres- ',"3.ige of n victory would give either ^toam a lift, possibly improve their Bating. F V, 'Both teams are well balnneed |«nd both should he highly keyed ffor the contest. H should prove be a "very interesting name. Arkansas Football ^ i ;By'THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , 2f> Knsland 0 s^^vingnei Cove 10 Kison 13 6'VHofly Grove 3 Brinltley 0 rKForciycc -JO Walsim Chapel |l/Star City H. IDermotl Ki Ifr* Searcy 19 Jacksonville 13 •JSlionoke 20 Cabot 19 ilXBald Knob'32 Bce.be 27 ffefAug'usta 4 Cotton Plant 0 iKAlma'7 llartfqrd 7 ({ie> tf-.P-arkin 28, Barton 14 Broyles Fears Porks to Let Off Defensively FAYICTTEVILLE, Ark. CAP) — Conch Frank Broyles, convinced that his Arkansas Haxorbacks have reached an offensive peak, east a doublful eye 01 Ihc Porkers' defense yesterday. 'The T team picked us apaM," Broylos said after a short practice- session ag'ntnsl Hardin-Slmm- ons plays. Most of the day was spent with linemen working on ground defense and backs concentrating on stopping passes. The Porker conch said he was satisfied with his loam's offense, especially al'lcr reviewing' statistics of the TCXPS A&M game. Ailments continued to sideline JVlena 41 Booneville 10 Alma 7 Hartford ,7 (tic). Crawlordsviilc 20 Luxoru 0 I^CHECK THE FULL PAGE AD IN THE *V HOPE STAR IFQRj-OW LOW PRICES THIS IS DEL MONTE . UP WEEK 1L FLAVORS I/ / Gal. 43c * ' RATH or SWIFTS f PURE LARD "*"' "Lb. ] Pail I MAXWELL HOUSE or FOLGERS INSTANT COFFEE 6 £; 1.02 ilSSUE A. 1 Colored Rolls 15c >/ , McCORMICK Black Peoper 29c • Frozen Southern Clover Leaf ROLLS 29c 2 Poz. to Pack EXTRA FANCY, PELICIOUS Lb. lOc LETTUCE •Otr-^ fe-Ub. lOc CARROTS RUPY RED 80 Grapefruit 3 For 25C PASCAU' CELERY 2 sS 25c , AH, BISCUITS Southerners to Retain Key Chairmanships fiy JOE HALL TRIBUTE—-tohn Jay. the Chief Justlt-o of the .Sim Court is honored for tin' titno on a U.S. poslagn Ft Sla.ifi.t3 f? maroon in color. nrmorrnls will l)i>mocrals will Sonnlo n n d ..•nmrrnanshjps rctnin the bulk of retain the tahlk of House crmmitteo in the new 80th Hope Stair Classified Ads >**> iiiiEv Bt iki Atn*i MAV kffAie Bini.ie AfiflKi a» PUAMf 7.3431 FOR AD TAKER ASS MUST ei IN owet DAY IIFOM PUILICATION *Sl BUSY SQUAW—G rinding corn Indian stylo is Mary Brown of Phoenix after being chosen Princess of. the Sunburst Tribe in Arizona's Valley of the Sun resort region. SWC Prepares for Weekend Contests By THE. ASSOCIATED PRESS At lea'sl two Southwest Conference teams tried lo slop the upcoming opposition without success yesterday. It caused Coach Jim Myers of Tp.xas A&M and po^auh Frjink Broylas of Arkansas much pain. The Texas A&M freshmen gave the varsity a fit using Southern ron-'ress but Southern conservatives: pi'obably will find their influence diluted. With thi- Democrats sharply in- •rn.-ismg (hell control of both branches in Tuesday's voling, the top committee posts .n nearly all cases will remain firmly in the h.-inds of the men who hold them in ihe K.ith. In many instances, these men hnve been chairmen for yoiV<!. In the Senate, this means that t) ol the 10 standing committee chairmanships will I'omain with Soulherners. In the House, l.hn South will keep 12 ol the 19 posts. The chnirm; nships RO slrictly by seniority. The only chanpe in chuirmnn- shifs forced by the election In either branch involves the House Interior Committee. 7?ep. Claire Engle (D-Cnlif), who headed it in the 85th Congress, was elected lo (he Semite. Expected to replace him is Rep. Wayne N. Aspinal.l tD-Colo). The eloclion nf many more Democrats from the North ind West seems certain to cut down the power of the South in the committees, which con make or break legislation. Particularly will this too true in the Senate, where the Democrats have bad only one-vote margins on committees for four years. In such a situation a conservative Southern Democrat often is n swing man; by voting with the Republicans, he could help to bottle up or win changer in legislation. But with the Democrats holding a 02-34 edge in the 1959 Senate, not c'luntlnt; the two seats from Alaska to be filled Nov. 25, their committee margins will increase materially. In most cases, these will be 10-5 or p-0 on the 15-membe.r committees. With such a lineup, the voto of one dissenter from party policy will not be too important. The schedule of Soiiihat as printed below, has beefl . from John Aiden Knight's Soluttaf Tables. Plan your- days §6 that you wiU be fishing in good territory or hunting in good coVef during these times, if yoti Wish to find the best sport that each day has to offer, . . The Major Periods are shoWfl Ifl boldface type, these begin at the times shown and last for an nolif and. a half or two hours there' after, The Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M. P.M-, Minor Major Minor Major Thursday 12:35 6145 1:00 7M5 Friday 1:30 7:40 1:55 8!10 Saturday 2:25 8:35 2:50 9!05 Sunday 3:20 9:35 3:50 10105 Methodist's offense ?nd Myers grumbled that "the score will be 70-0 if we can't stop SMU any bettor than that. Our defensive drill wns terrible." Freshmen Rodg'er McFarland Dulles Must ALC Hay Turn Continued Fiom Page One to give a more accurate pici<frc of the income situation in December. Meanwhile the council will continue its series of budget hearings on the basis of current information and make recommendations to the Legislature. Tight budgets hnvc been Iho trend and that is expected to continue. Budget requests were presented yesterday by the Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorim at Booneville and the Thomas C. McRae Memorial Sanatorium for Negroes a' McRao. No action was taken on cither. The Booneville facility requested $1,749,660 a year, a decrease from this year's ¥1.764,660. The McRae' institution asked for $391.159 for 1959 and S401.550 for 1960, an in- increase from the c u r r e n t biennium's appropriation of $393,959. Strvicai Olfartd Lit ui treu, We led ififte COBB 711 Wftlt 4th, t»hofl« 7 y*uf aid Alt' lit |f«iitiri< MVMB~ n ^•WMt^w^i jj»«* n^ftf CU9* ttttt ftilUfhteriftfj W« h«V« Meat for y*uf d**p ffteie, flee ui be- Ibfi" ••'"— SEWING MAfiHtME GO, Sales and rfei-Vice, 613 gait 3rd, L, fi, Bboth, Phase Pft ?."" CUSTOM slatighteting, Hogs $2, Cattle tor hides. Mauled free up to 10 miles, Phone PR 7-3578 of 7'2701. 27'1'tnc Female Help Wanted TWO waitresses, Apply In person, Diamond Cafe, Mope, Ark, FIVE room house. $1,000. A good buy to rebuild or move. Jon*} W. Webb, O?.an, Ark. .' 21-lm»p Cosmetics, has immediate openings for mature women not otherwise employed to service excellent Avon territories. Can earn $2.00 or more per hour, Pleasant, dignified work. Openings in Fulton, McNab, McCaskill and Columbus, Car jiecess* ary. Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark. Give directions to your home. 3-5lc The Negro Community Esther Hlekt Phon. 7-467* or 74474 Thought for the day: Each person sees svhat he car ries in his heart — Goethe. Calendar of Events The Excelsior Chapter No. 123 of Washington is sponsoring a Banquet, Saturday night, Nov. 8 at 7:30 at Lincoln High School The price is 50c per plate. The public is invited. .N. A. Tyus, W Watrbn; Emma Jones, secretary. New Rocket for Moon May Go Up Friday •Revival services will begin a he Holy Ghost Temple Church o God in Christ at McNab, Nov. 0 Elder L. W, Williams of Nashville will be guest minister. Elder L. C tVashinglon, pastor. By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON (AP)— Secretary ; which may go "aloft -early Friday of Slate 'Dulles will have to seek much closer cooperation with Democratic leaders of Congress if SMU and they had a field, day. Al. Dnlhis Southern Methodist worked against the single wing and particularly tho passing of Charley Milstoad and Ed Dudley. No information wns given as to success, 'but since the coaches didn't get peeved the Mustangs must have clone all right. At Fayettoville Cnrtch Fr.-nk Broylos of Arkansas was dejecled because his B team wvrked the varsity over usinj? IIard!u-Sim- mons' offensive plans. - "The B team picked us apart." Broyles wa'iled. And he also wns clown in the dumps because influenza took Ills second team left hulfbflek Freddy Akers There were cheering notes from both Rice apd Southern Methodist. Both expect to be in (he best physical condition of the season. At Tiiee preparing to meet mighty Army at Houston Saturday, tho only doubtlu.1 performer was Jim Stroud, third string center. Jan Sohnable, the injured quarterback, wore pads for the first lime since 'bruising hiy hip last Fivdav. Geno Miller, starting- lefl tackle Until hurting his knee in the Purdue gamp, will get to play Saturday. Buddy Humphrey, Baylor's passing quarterback, still was doubtful yesterday b,ut he did work out With extra padding for his Injured ribs. Al Austin Coach ojE Texas said hp doubted ing pi'oijnd-gainer, I^ene Ramirez, would be able to play agajjisl Baylor SaUp-day at ,Wooo. Ramlrer, has a, bruised hip find can't run. sgicj Baylor's Humphrev lie is lo run foreign policy effec- livel.v during' his lost tsvo years in office. Aides said privately today they h;id no doubt he would take such action, although il was still too '. r 'of early lo say what specific slops mishl be necessary. Although Congress lhas bemi under Democratic control for the last four of the Eisenhower administration's six yoars, a shift in powor over tho conduct of foreign affaiis now seems certain to Royal spelled, trouble for Texa? find he pjsp pointed out Hint no ffia.ni hi\d been able to slop Baylor ful)baol$ Larry H,i c kpiun yet. TOXBS was gonccjitrpting on ppss defense, \ Toxas Christian nolislioct up Us aei'Jal pamo for Mjygyette, who Ahe togs, njeot at Fojl '^'oj'th, Sa^ yrdpy night. Cppqh Ahe Martin vvcvs dijjappointod -with his )'*• cciycrs in the jga,me wilji iBayjur wcsek, and b.,dng abput* position Democrats such overwhelming co'itrol as virtually to vest thaiti with a now dogroe of authority and confidence not only to criticize what i? being done but lo sa.v how it should be dono. Or so it aopoar? to many observers in tbp Stulo Department. 2. Roeardless of what happens in the 19(30 elections, the Elsen- hower administration as such is limited to two more years in office. The leadership authority of Iho President and secretary of stato therefore must be expectuil to decline, relative to the Tin- forced Democratic leadership at tho Capitol. But tho record of the last four vcars of working with Democratic Congresses encourages D u 1 lo s aides to believe that close coop- ention wilt be obtained, Tlipy look for continued support on major issue of foreign fiid luwvopruitinns and problems involving 1 firm stands against expansionist moves by the Communist bloc countries! will be equipped with a devics designed to correct any deviation from its planned trajectory. Such a deviation was n key far-- tor in 'keeping the last moon rocket, fired Oct. 11, from' reaching Ihe vicinity of Ihe moon, But even with the new device, chances of success In the coming moonshot are put at no better thrn 1 in 25. The new wrinkle is a special modification oC the moon rocket's radio system. Its function is to encouraee more- speed if 'he roch- et devitates from its planned tra- joctory in tho early stages of Jlight. In the Oct. II shot, the rockoi began its traiectory 3 1 /,. degrees higher than The result Hail Puts Perfect Record on Line By THg Little Bock Hall Puts }ts perfect record, down before - tot shifts. »'W ,be tUp 's ; \ef( halfback, jj " kjck,- night in Quigley Stadium aiicj the Warriors are espePtect to picH up an eighth victory without und,w« effort. Other Big N'np Confeveh^P 'earns restrict themselves to league warffirc thjs, weplv with ,a full slatp' of foui\ pomes' set tomorrow night, ' ' * BlytheviUp yisft? Jea4ing' JS1 Dorado, second pj^ice Foi'J Smitp. is at Hot Springs, Central goes to. Jsjqvth, and Texarkqius," was it had a lonelier flieht with the earth's gravitations} null, Its ultimate speed thus foil some 500 miles an hour short of whiit It needed to reach the vicinity of Ihe moon, some 222,000 miles away. The new corrective device will ride in the second of the fou> J stages of the rocket. If there is an error in trajectory pitch, its job would he to automajonlly delay ihe cutting off of the -second stage's engine. The system wouldn't be expect, ed to change the course 'of the rnokot. But the hope would be thftt the added speed would enable it to zoom its instrumented, payload to a point in sppce vvhflrp th,P gravity of the moon might off, ^ Jo© Brown Is Decisioned Busso by By PWWBEN of M?. gto Umv^sm.^'. 9W*'iw>m i <s>A$ '~ J4~ghtwpi<?ht cliampion Jee Brown stiU • Holds his title but vaukscl Jolinny .Pusao -pf York put n bjot pn Bi'Q W$ wjth a scqrehinfV leqlsipiv Wednesday nig Busgp,' )g-s ua^pj-^pg fit. fisM ime, ww the lujqtillp fl«B^ by 9 pomrprtakle'jnav^iR.NYl^ a mij{tm-p ' oi leti- fab? *ftd coupled with right p»'«sgeg kept " Pvown , bqcMi ' Biisso, who hEjd sna»?P a'J t'« U»e if te WOO, fight, "WPS deftnUtl itt l'» Rn Brj^jfW' ffiPAW te»Pfe- - .- - .,. *%jnh? ,^Uiy»w jm-fWV* _i i,fS !(Rnss)n«s'i tnnriific ,'Shao.e.i For Salt Ofie Left! tf.K.C. Hegisiefed fdy' Fofc fejfflfif puppies. Call Margie HafHe at Shipley Studio, W8H. o4ta ALUMINUM Sereens, doofS, staMtt Windows, weather » ^tfip{jif1gi ifl« slilatloH, rpofihg, aWHings, gilt* tering, ornamental ratling* estimates. Andy Andrews, WANT AD RATES M Alt Wdnf Ads ore p advance buf ads will be 6v6f th« telepfibnd ohd t!6H acc6uf\H blibv/fed with tM UH- dpfifapdiPia the account is payable Wheft ifdtefii&nt is tendered. NumMf th«« ^uoo^ TO BS MdVEO for sale by bid. 422 West Third Street, Mope, Ark, fcayrnbnd By«fs Phone 7^956. IM'ffl'p 950 STtofiSAKER- pickup, Cattle bed, heflter, clean add in good condition, Phone ,7'22.04 or 74011, 29-tf 8 Acres, Hope edge, modern .4 ,'oom furnished. $B,000 -^' $2,500, down payment. Balance like rent. 196 acres, good stand 6f pine, some logs and pulpwood for market. $10,000. Terms, Strout Realty Agency. 020 West 07 Highway, - 21-1-nvc 1951 OLDS Foi'dor, hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7-2487. 274f FIVE room home. Dinette and carport. Completely furnished. Sell cheap for quick sale, Phone- 74047. 31-12tp CHOICE paper Phone 7-3298. shell pecans, l.-6tc GOOD used divan. Call PR 7-3790. 4-8tc 18 HOUSES located on Hwy. G7 West and Tin Row. All sizes and condition. Must, be moved from properly within 30 days from sale. For information see Ralph •Saunders. 7-4001. Sale starts 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 8th. . 4-4tc $100 DOWN, small monthly payments buys a 5 rpom modern home. Close in on pavement. ,T. N. Belcw. . .>.'.'' 5' 3tc Wonted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over, Apijly'at Hope Star Office. W ! E have a lovely Spinet Piano , we will transfer to reliable local Mrs. Nicklos Honored , n mon thly pay- Mrs. Arlee Nicklos celebrated P^^ ^ .^^ sen ^ truck. Bookkeeper, Joplin Piano Co., 312 Main, Joplin, Mo. 3-4tc her birthday with a party given n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Nicklos on' Sunday, Nov. 2. Guests included Mr. and Mrs Melvin Weston and daughter, Marlyn Joy, Mrs. Easter Dixon, Mrs. Ruby Whittfield, Mrs. Elzicla Palmer and Henry Weston, Cake, ice cream, sandwiches and coffee \verc served by the hostess. Coming and Going Mr. and Mrs, Fred Prince of Terrell, Texas, Annie Ruth Lewis and Clarence Mae Heliums of Dalus were the weekend guosti of Mr, and Mrs, Roscoo Smith and family. The Prince? were accompanied home by their granddauah- .er, Robbie Gallic Smith for an extended visit, Personal Mention Friends of Mrs, Mamie Ootsy of St, Louis, formerly of Hope, will be happy 1° hear she is doing fine after undergoing major surgery in St. Louis. Her mother, M'rs. Mary Flepoy has been at her Bedside and has returned home, Obituary , . George Waters of Hope died m Hoxje, Ark, Tuesday, Nov. 4, Funeral services will be held Sunday, Nov 3 with burial in Washington, Other arrangement? are Incomplete and, will bo announced by Hicks Home. Fire Guts Brussels Airport Building 3AYENTEM, 'Belgium (Ap), The main building °t Brussels- new "initernatipn.al iAjrpqrv wns ecj ' Tuesday night b ( v a f)re , at least indirectly,, to pp«« mature owning P( the airport A helicopter respited two jiert ns trapped m the wntvoj tppi-. Officials, »ld the fir? wa? start. ed. by explosjon, pjf a ?mall oil installed on the ground floor heat;o supplement a Ing ^?tem,' The sirppvt was opened to i? feefpre cpmpletiQn ' to Fire Destroys «» i, , ,j GOOD used tin and lumber. Box- Ing and 2x4 and-2x6, Also fresh Jersey milch cow. PR 7-4810, 4-6to Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Burial Association OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-lnve For Rent LOCAL trailers, Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc UNFURNISHED house W2 W. 18th Street, No children under High School age, $45, .Phope 2374 Bodcaw- ^'tf NICELY Furnished 4 room apartment. Adults only, No drinkwg- 801 East 3rd, ' 3-W CORNER building at 3rd and. Walnut. Snmo block PS now bank building. Contact Talbot FeiW Jr, 7-4509 or 7-2109, S-6tp Notice ffE Buy . W»'Ri»V ESTATB debts other than these rne, Floycl "' ' -31R a'i Mi'?"- fieorge „...,_. f!, ^ye v e,' please epme it UP, Fjrenien, e rear " .90 1.05 1.20 1.20 1.50 1)0 2.46 ioe SIX BciyS 3.60 3.50 4.06 4.50 5.00 6n« 568 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY i time 3 tlmei (, times 80e per Ineh 65c pdr Inch 55c pur ihcti .Rates quftted obdvs are fef ton* geeutlve' liiseftibrts. Irfeguldf of sklfj doli ads will take the one-day fate. All dally classified advertising copy Will be accepted uhtil 5 p.m. for publication the tollbwiiig day. the publlshiSf ruscfves the right to revise of edif all advertisements of feted for publication and to re|ect «ny gbledtlonable advertising sub- milted. , 'Initials of 1 one or ware letters, greups af floures, such as house or telephone nufrtbers count as one word. The Hope Star will. not be responsible for errors Mn Want Ads unless errors arc called to our attention ' after FIRST Insertion of ad and Inen for ONLY" the ONE Incorrect Insertion. •PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 Hope Star Sfor e» Hope 18»9; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every weekday afternoon by STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C, E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn, Sccy-Tres. or The Star Building 212-14 Souft Wolnur Srree» Hope, Arkansas Alt*. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher f «ul H. Jones, Managing Editor' Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt. '.entered at second class matter; at the-Post OHiee at Hope, Arkansas, undtr the Act o« March 3, 1897. .Memuer of the Audit Bureau of • Circulations Subscription f<otas (payable in advanco) By carrier In Hope and neighbjrirvj towns ~ Mr week S .30 r«r year ; li60 By mail In Hempstead, Ncvoda, LaFayett'e, Howard and AAiller Counties — On* month 5 ••' Three month! i' 85 Six, months J-50 ^nc year 6 - 5 ° AH other moll — > One month »•••• ' Three months Sin months On* year „ 1.30 3,90 7.BO 15.60 Nat'l Advert jslng Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk Bldg, Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 ^oxos Bank Bldg., Dallas 2, Texas; ?60 N Michigan Ave., Chicagp 1, III.; 60 E, 42nd St., NPW York 17, N. Y.; 1763 Penobscor Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; Terminal B|dg., Oklahomo City 2, 0|kla, Member of The Aiteeioted Press; The Associated Press is entitled ex- clusiyely to the use for reoublication of ol| the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Taylor & Jordan USED CARS — BODY SHOP — FOREIGN CARS — 315 S, H3*e| -Phone 7-4022 OrvHIe Taylor« John Bill Jordan WANTED TO BUY p(n? Pulpwoeo by TrwcK Cut in' Woods 9 r, ptti?rwi?e, HAROLD HENDRIX > -'.'Pnen? PB7r43g1-' . 1§th A Uoulslana, HOP?, Ark, mmm? 7 5?OQ RAGE MATTRIMH. ilt »r Mid* Into inntr» Ambulonei|§jnfi«« r r/fl^KPPf O' iTl II T l k.1 f? :i$$MMM. o o o o 0

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