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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 March 1938

' I WEDNESDAY, Si'V , ' .V--, £*'; ggpr %Sw-' •CLASSIFIED lost I LOST: Man's Elgin wrist watch on golf course Sunday. James Rogers at Sunbeam. special notice mAUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS • Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas • Buying L'fe Insurance Is % buying Dollars for future de- livery to the insured or his family. The fulfillment of # such a contract should be entrusted to a strong, con- servative institution, with 0 a record of successful man- agement. On this basis the Southwestern Life Insur- • ance Company invites com- parison, and solicits your business. • Joe H. Boothe, Rep. JONES BEAUTY SHOP w 509 CEDAR Special On Permanent.1? Eugene Waves... $2.00 # Others Priced Right Phone 2449 apartments for rent * • FOR RENT—Furnished ments. Phone 484. apart- FOR RENT—Three room fur- WANTED TO TRADE: A 1937 4 door Plymouth De Luxe Se- dan, practically new for a cheaper car. 1100 E. Broadway. Credit Managers To Meet Sunday Mrs. E. L. Caskey, manager of the Sweetw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 March 1938

■pSlE'S- * u mm mn Monday with tot the «f- ! study. Bagby circle was .by Mrs. Helen Ten members were to hear the Bible les- ' conducted by Mrs. Mary who served In the ab- of the teacher, Mrs. Andy rn. W': Mrs. S. W. Taylor presided for business session. © ' Mrs. J. G. Jones is to be host- es next Monday. The hostess passed a refresh- ment plate. Itwdlle Reagan Meets Mrs. H. F. Tomlinson was .hostess to 14 members of the Lucille Reagan «irele with two visitors present. Mrs. W. B. Ferguson conduct- ed business and Mrs. Mildred Jones led the lesson "Save to Serve." Mrs. C. R. Aston is to be hostess for the next study. Clothing Sent Orphan The Mary Alexander circle meeting with Mrs. C. S. Hud- gins voted to clothe a 12-year-old boy in Buckner's Orphan home. There were 12 members and two visitors present for the session, led by Mrs. C. E. Lambert, Mrs. W. M. Mullins taught the Bible Iwson. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Hudgins. Mrs. Ola Miller is to be next hostess. Mrs. Bothwell Knte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 March 1938

t s OF •• V:'< I I f w v -J- <• ffi % . j Is r* I I c 5 slo lets Through Breasts As They Sleep Convicted or Killing Spouse In His Sleep About 3 Years Ago CENTER — (UP) — Mrs. Lil- lle Mae, Curtis, 38, who killed her husband three years ago, shot six of her nine children to death last night. "I have no money, and they are better off dead;" she told Sheriff J. B. Sample. The only one of her seven children at home who escaped was her son, Travis, who was spared because "he was the old- est and would get out and work." The killings occurred at the Curtis farm home 22 miles east of here. Are Found In Bed Bodies of the children were found in their beds, shot through the left chest with a 22 calibre pistol. According to District Attorney Wardlow Lane, who took a statement from the wom- an and filed six murder charges against her, three years ago Mrs. Curtis shot and killed her husband, Robert, in the same way. She waited until he slept and then sent a bullet through his heart. She wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 March 1938

£"i kHFvtt 'JtS s ys ; rWork Starts Soon !Qb Sports Project etwater golfers were en- thused today on the eve of the , tfecond annual invitation tourna- il; ntent on the Lake Sweetwater course, by the announcement of 'City Manager S. H. Bothwell that three additional holes on the course will be constructed this year, and that six more •will be built probably by tour- aptf time in 1939 to give the meet 18 holes for play. The addition is laid out to the south of greens Nos. 4 and '5, over the area occupied by the fish hatchery and other fea- tures. They will be grass greens, and will prove a substantial ad- dition to the already fine course that is gaining favor with West Texas golfers. jGolfers Approve ft This announcement adds to 4he reputation of Sweetwater Its the "Recreation Center of West Texas," and was highly acclaimed by local golf enthu- siasts. Sailors Defeat Porter Bowlers Sailors took two of three games from the Porter Insur- ance five in the Sweetwater Bowling League play...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 March 1938

t iwM'Wr - --■itr ■ ; ;Jf rATEr 2r, sweetwateh, texas —z ; # W Takes Cognizance Of Massing Of German Troops 'This Italy Not Easily Impressed,' II Duce Snorts; Frontier Hacred ROM U— (UP) — Premier Be- nito Mussolini, trumpeting fas- cist defiance to the world, hail- ed Adolf Hitler's Austrian j "coup" as a "testing" of the i Rome-Berlin axis, and in the same breath warned other pow-j ers—including Germany —that! Italy would not tolerate any mo-j lesting of her own frontiers. ! Coppedge Heads1 S. S. Department By MRS. J. H. HITMAN MESQUITE — Charlie Cop- pedge was elected president of the Young People's Sunday school class this? week. Loyd Hair was named vice- president and Miss Nelline Dod- gion, secretary. HIONKV NKLSON8 VISIT A. R. DIXON FAMILY MESQUITE—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson of Hale Center visited her brother and family Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dixon Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Woodward had as their guest, this week- Addressing the chamber ofi end their daughter, Miss Edith deputie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 March 1938

w. ml to attention of thep ut PAGE FOUR mi I IMPS? „! M WHjftWl ClSM SWEETWATER. TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1938 _ _ f it pott office iiT Sweetwater, Twaf. JFVb. fl, WW. George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. I« ? ■ -.1' fiPi mm 4 iv«r me fron\ hloodguiltiness, O God, thou i of my solvation ;_nnd my tongue shall sing of thy righteousness.—Psalms 51 ;14. narrow soul knows not the podlike glory forgiving.—Rowe. t ——o VALUE-GIVING DAYS EVENT OF LOCAL MERCHANTS Sweetwater has the benefit of enterprising merch- ants who are offering a special merchandising event in ; eighty-eight cents days for Friday and Saturday. Com- ing with the change of seasons the event will prove one of money-saving possibilities to every home in the trade territory. Merchants who are cooperating in bringing this popular price event are offering a variety ' of merchandise. Such opportunities as these are worthy of whole- hearted support of the trade territory. When the merch- ants put on a value-party they are ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 March 1938

I • • bN • • Us Iney ltflS. lie l*lan hoes •eful « • * w • • ft* Is Club Topic By MRS. LEE ALDERMAN In decorating a cake one must refrain from over-decorating, it was pointed out at a meeting of the Decker Home Demonstra- tion club at the home of Mrs. I. C. Childers. March 9. Ornateness it was said went out with plumed and beribbon- ed hats, elegant simplicity be- ing the rule today. And no- where does this rule apply more than on cakes. If elabor- ate floral bouquets and fancy scrolls are desired, stick to the needlepoint, but for cakes strive for somplo lovely wreaths, rib- bon borders or symmertclla pat- terns. The size of the cake also must be considered in tlv; decoration chosen. For tiny cakes, a tiny decora- tion; for a big cake, take into account its purpose as well as its size. Large cakes never look more lovely than they do all white, as though cake and flow- ers had been covered with the first fall of snow. Little cakes seek to perk right up with col- ored frostings or de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 March 1938

I, ; v'li '.•Hi: !&■ '' fSSEiMBk to Pick h, Cans r Refuse tion. Every resident of Sweetwat er is asked to cooperate in this program. o Schedule of Pick > Up Announced By Sanitarian Carney Sweetwater is to observe spring clean-up week April 3 to 10, as designated by Governor James V. Allred in his procla- mation of February 20, when all of Texas is to put on a new spring dress in form of a com- munity beautification program. Mayor Luther Watson is to is- sue a proclamation for the clean- up program locally, six aims to be stressed: Protection of com- munity health, reduction of fire hazards, creation of better home life, build up pride of ownership, increase property values and the beauty of the city. Progressive citizens look for- ward annually to a city-wide cleanup program, according to Charles V. Carney, sanitarian. The reputation Sweetwater has acquired for being a clean city is expected to be maintained again this year by this method. On April 4 through 9, trucks furnish...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 March 1938

*'.;■; ,}A '.-v */. ; - -:;/■ >' - - 3s& '• T< " IS • • CLASSIFIED WAflif ftjite AND EAST By Sweet SWEBTWATW^TBLAS Own Cartoonist ion of Jaife a d Mi*. B. C. "rane, 601 But Tlrird ft, Sweetwater LOST DOST: Man's Elgin wrist watch on golf course Sunday. James Rogers at Sunbeam. SPECIAL NOTICE AUDITORS ft ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bllene, Texas Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. Joe H. Boothe. MADAM ANNA GIVES advise in all affairs of life. Hours from 10 a. m. to 0 p. m. Camp Joy. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 CEDAR Special On Permanents Eugene Waves — $2.00 Others Priced Right Phone 2449 APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished apart- ments. Phone 484. 3 i t 4 FOR RENT: Nicely furnished apartments and bedrooms at minimum cost. Morgan Hotel, West Broadjway. DESIRABLE furnished apart- ment at 1200 Walnut Street. FOR RENT: 5 room apartment...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 March 1938

-s.S DAYS at RUSSELL'S Bring Dramatic Savings on Spring and Summer Clothing for all the f ami- ly. We 've done Uagain! All markets were shopped . . . Manufacturers gladly made price concessions . . . We've real honest values for you ... Save at Russell's during- 88c days... Bright, Smartly Styled Toppers! Spring Suits Our entire stock of 12.95 Suits and Toppers — as well as other higher priced suits—for quick selling. 88c Sale of Ladies' Spring Dresses Linens — Printed Silks — Sheers 2.88 3.88 8.88 Shop This Group Carefully Glamorous 2 Thread Larkwood Chiffons Children's 25c Anklets, 4 pair • 'Laura Lane" Custom- ized Slips Lace trim or tailor ed, crepe or satins shorts, longs, regu- lars. Regular S2.2." values 188 Indies Purses, values to 1.95 for - Spring Woolens Bright Spring shades in 4."" wool- ens. Keg. §1.98 spe cial ... ytl 188 Rayon Drapery, 2 yards 98c Curtains and Panels - Large 59c Pastel Towels, 2 for - Heavy 9-4 Brown Sheeting 5 Yards 8«< 88 Save Now On Fine Chenill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 March 1938

mm 'm ' ' ji # W^r*' ' > 1 Wsii-' • ■ ■'■■■' sp®iE^^B^^--'WwT>: -.:, '• ■: *-fv •. "; ::{■'■■*■ ; ': ■'■/ ":■ • y: <■'*i\ ' War Fever At ngn 3) fef ■Si ! w?i*% $?sS8 «'"•■>■ r'-vWl" ^■EiPpj^P ^paHBHKk. > E®$f< i#. f§P# w&w*&f fs. Wim mar For Lithuanian Invasi Tall Man With a Big Job t . t * ★ Sweetwater Reporter VOL. XXXX SW EETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938 NUMBER 321 POWER OF PRESIDENT UPHELD School Blast Aftermath Causes Spiritual Rebirth In New London Britain's tall Foreign .Minister Lord Halifax, lias heroine one of the cabinet's busiest men since the world-shaking events in middle Kurope brought the policies of his chief, Prime Minister Chamberlain tinder fire from Liberals and Laborites. Lord Halifax is pictured above, as, hurrying to the foreign office, lie is questioned by reporters on pos- sible change of attitude by the Government. President Opposes R.R. Wage Slashes vs I WASHINGTON' — (UP) —' President. Roosevelt is seeking n .solution for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 March 1938

wmi v* ■ Si^KS^HP?'? ■;. : \ ';r •• •- V (fSWjy $ ..: £$?$ V-'« SWEtrWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1938 Landis Cardinal "Syndicate" Baseball Pitamissioner Declare 100 Players 'Free' Extensive System Of Farms May Be Shattered Soon V By HAKRY GRAYSON KEA Sports Editor BELLEAIR, Fla. — The most important decision in the his- tory of baseball is about to be made here. Within the next sev- eral days, Judge Kenesaw Moun- tain Landis, the supreme dicta- tor, may declare at least 100 ball players free agents. If Landis goes through with this declaration, it means that the 100-or-more players Will be able to sign with whatever clubs they please. Leslie M. O'Connor, secretary-treasurer of baseball, as Judge Landis is pleased to call his office, says that the number of athletes involved will be closer to 500 than 100. O Con- nor personally conducted the investigation for Landis, work- ing on it for two years. 1 here are 500 pages of evidence. $300,0<K) Decision If Land...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 March 1938

friday, march 18, ioss lild's * f sweetwater reporter, sweetwater, texas page three De.1 Uknite. Pears Check your cupboard today ... then come in and see our great No. 2'-- can All Grocery Prices in Effect Friday Afternoon, Sat., Monday Del Monte Crushed PINEAPPLE flat cans Del Monte PINEAPPLE JUICE .'{ tall cans Del Monte PINEAPPLE JUICE lfj oz. can Del Monte Sweet PICKLED PEACHES 25c No. 2'-- can Del Monte SEEDLESS GRAPES Tall Can Del Monte Country Gentleman CORN 2 No. 2 cans .... Del Monte CORN ON THE COR 2 20c cans 25< 25« 29« lie 14c 2$e 35« 2 LB. CAN Del Itkniti Sliced Pineapple Del Monte COFFEE ib. ma®® Can 2.'Sf No. 2'- can Del Monte Tom. Juice 4 Del Monte Reg. price 22c Midget Peas Del Monte Peaches No. : ('a n Tall ca n> Del .Monte Peaches No. 2' 19c 25® 35c l)e Monte. W hole Apricots No. 1 Tall Can No. 2'- Can . . .. 12c 17s FLOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR HO LAN COUNTY! Here's Another Carload SaleI \ White Crest Flour! White Eagle r^vl f'i I I iifli 21 II). Sack Extra High ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 March 1938

t I id I trill set my face against you, and ye shall slain before your enemies; they that hate you reign over you; and ye shall flee when none jfatrmteth you.—Leviticus 26;17. K> ' * The certainty of punishment, even more than lis severity, is the preventative of crime.—Try- on Edwarilh. LEAVE SOVIET PROPOSALS ALONE BEST POLICY Why should any nation in the world give considera- tion to the promptings and plannings of Russia in international affairs? Russia has the most despotic type of government ever promulgated and has now practically returned to a regime more autocratic than that under the Czars. Stalin as a dictator has no equal. His word is law. Behind him is the largest standing army in the world, according to Russia's own declaration. For a year there has been a constant flow of blood in Sovietland as former leaders have been made subject of an inquisition as cruel as that of the Middle Ages. Any nation that acts with Russia to police the world links itself with a type of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 March 1938

llMiSll ■ W • ^ friday, march 18, 1938 *$!wNfPPP v Five State Men In Scabies Work There were employed in San Angelo district for the month of February, two state men, and three county men who spent their entire time in an effort to eradicate scabies in- fection, and approximately $295 was expended by this depart- ment in its regular eradication program. Forty-seven herds, and a to- tal of 21,32(1 sheep or cattle were inspected or dipped and none was classed as exposed or infected. The livestock sanitary com- mission of Texas will continue the work in the Srm Angel ) district in an effort to protect the livestock in that di.slriet from imported infection, and affording the necessary .-.allies | certificates demanded l:\ nth t states on livestock moving from Texas. — sw^etwater Reporter, sweetwater, tews V ;f!f What Do Mason County Boys Know About Raising Beef Cattle That We Don't? Ask Cattlemen FORT WORTH — (UP) — Texas beef raisers are begin- ning to wonder what the Ma- son county 4...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 March 1938

f'-~S ■m1 ttmmw-. K SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEEfWAT^, T&XAi lii SLw« , J; I - pi 2 v • *> Z id, 193d lem Of Pasture Rotan Oil Mill Honor Employes Grass Greatest bilities Experts Hunt For Type Hiving Widest Range Of Adaptability in Tex. Bfr R. L. HEXSEL Division of Agronomy (AAM. College of Texas) The big problem in pasture development is to revegetate ruii-down or depleted pastures and to find the growing places best adapted and the methods! ed of baked beans, choice required to establish stands on meats, pickles, onions, potato abandoned, run-down, or sub-' ch'ns, cheese, individual pies, marginal lands and to maintain cold drinks, cigars and cigaret- such a nutritious and abundant tes, and was served to about forage cover as will be consis-' 30 employes and several guests. use of The celebration marked the cl'max of an outstanding record in "accident prevention" work. Knott and son, Robert, were ' Wednesday visitors in Sweetwat- er. BV MRS. P. B. KXOTT ROTAN — Following an an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 March 1938

- : ''!* •■ ■l w If ¥ FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 193B 1 I I SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE CLASSIFIED WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sircetwater'8 Own Cartoonist LOKT EMPLOYMENT MPFXIAIi NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas SPECIAL WORK for married women. Earn to $21 weekly and your own dresses free. No canvassing. Give age and dress size. Fashion Frocks, Inc., Dept. G-5376, Cincinnati, Ohio. Son of Judge and Mrs. R. C. "'rane, 001 East Third St., Sweetwater OH, HOf vou BETTCANT^ WHEN I SETTLE DOWIO IM CKJNNA DO IT RIGHT— v NO TIME CLOCKS 7 F0RI AC! Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. Joe H. Boothe. MADAM ANNA GIVES advise in all affairs of life. Hours from 10 a. m. toj 9 p. m. Camp Joy. JONES BEAUTY SHOP j 509 CEDAR Special On Permanents Eugene Waves $2.00 Others Priced Right Phone 2149 APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 March 1938

PKlllAIf IVlimltCJnl Id) XV3 «-«■ m Cosden's Special Advertising Grew Due Here Children Present Music Club Program from page 1) new $300,000 school Is nearing completion, committee is making a lor a towering memorial. are waging a fight for ay beautiflcation. Awakening lut something more import- than that is happening. It t be called a spiritual re- and church and Sunday iool attendance attests its $]. is as though an entire small though it is, has ed ft) religion to find com- for 'the loss of sons and titers who went to their _$ths so early in life, leaving empty chairs behind in hund yddf of homes. l;The Rev. R. L. Jackson, pas- JOr of the Methodist church, points that 61 persons attend- ed his Sunday school on the t&eek before the disaster. Now more than 200 attend the ser- yices in the , Methodist church alone every Sunday. Part of the credit for ADVISING CAR wBBBBtt mm ■ ' ^ j I Mi's. A. H. Fort nor and her mother, Mrs. C. B. Bryant and Miss Sears of Whitewright, spent Thur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

f^r-r -.W' T' 11# B«V1 exica's Seizure Of Prope Preferred Death mmM BALTIC DISPUTE SETTLED, Apparently preferring death to living in Na/.ifieri Aus- tria, Major Emit Key, for- mer Vice Chancellor aiul one-time leader of (lie Aus- trian Heimwelir, killed him- self, his wife and 10-year-old son in their Vienna home. Arrest Made In Levine Kidnaping NEWARK — (UP) — Stan- ley Thomas Jasosky. charged with extortion in connection with the kidnaping of 12-year- old Peter Levine. was reported Saturday to have told G-men that lie knew who committed the crime and that the child was dead. Jasosky. 22. was held in $25,- 000 bail on the extortion charge. Fill agents accused him of writing six letters demanding $30,(H>0 in Murray Levine, New Rochelle. X. Y., attorney and. father of the child. FBI agents declined fto com-i inent oil reports that Jasosky told them who committed tha kidnaping and that he could lead them to the boy's body. In Washington the depart- ment of justice said Jasosky's ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

'■ % ■'%>.I ' W V//; v'":". ' '-■ ' ■" ■■' - . 4 • ■-■ — D. Perry wr-r =5r p n i.i ii m mi i , Women's Interest Gubs • Churches I'M RJJ'W III Is Program Theme $arow Club Meeting I. J •we Visitors Honored at Party "Travel" was the theme for ,tte program of the Soros is club CO lYiday afternoon at the home Of Mrs. George W- Klker, with Alaska' and Finland chosen for discussion. Mrs. J. M. Shade was "program leader, and roll call was responded to with favorite dishes of various coun- tries,. Interesting sights in Alaska were discussed by Mrs. Ken- neth M. Camp, after which the remainder of the afternoon was devOted to Finland and the Land of the Midnight Sun. Mrs. K. M. Sobe, whose home was in Finland before she came to the United States some 25 years ago, was a guest of the club and gave some highly en- tertaining facts regarding the customs and home life in her native country. "Finland, The New Nation" by Agnes. Roth- ery was reviewed by Mrs. Shade with special discussion of its f...

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