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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 August 1939

ftr THE MARION COUNTY COURIER HousehoIdNeius tH /^mmorr 1// ONE-PIECE MEALS WITH MACARONI (See Recipe Below) One-Piece Meals Lucky is the homemaker who has In her recipe file a series of sugges- tions for "one-piece meals." After a long, lazy afternoon at the beach, or perhaps a busy day with sugar 'nd spice, and the pre- serving kettle, the meal that can be prepared and served all in one course is a life-saver. And what food can you find that lends itself as aptly to this type of meal as macaro- ni and its closest of kin? These foods, including spaghetti and noo- dles, as well as macaroni, are high in food en- ergy and contain some building foods as well. Yet they're light and appetizing—the kind of food that's needed to meet the requirements of summer. Served with a green sal- ad or a fruit dessert, any of these "one-piece" macaroni dishes make highly satisfactory meals. Macaroni Creole Loaf. (Serves 4-5) 2 cups cooked macaroni 1 cup soft bread crumbs 2 eggs Vt teaspoon salt • 2 t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER , \ ! i ' 1 V THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (nob) HRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Subscription (In the County) Subscription (Foreign) $1.00 Per Year $1.50 Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. Citation by Publication Totheshtriff or any con stable of Marion county, greeting: You are hereby command- ed to summon W. S. O'Brien the place of whope '-fr-!d'ncc is unknovn, if he It wing, • nd, if he be dead, tli.; lieirs of the said W. S. O'Brien, deceased, and their heirs and legal representatives, by making publication of this citation once each week for | four riuccessive weeks pre- vious to the return day here- of, in some newspaper pub- lished in yourcount...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Coma To The Fair Join Us In Celebrating SEPT. 19-23 Welcome to the Fair J. A. Starling The public officials, business and prcfesicnal people here represented, join the officers and directors of the Fair in inviting and welcoming you to Jefferson Sept. 19 to 23. Five great days are in 6tore for you, Q. R. Lockett your family and friends. Compliments Constable Congratulations To The Officers and Directors of The Fair Folks' Come and See Us Sept. >9-23 JOE HUGHES, County Clerk, Marion County See - - The Jefferson Auto Supply For - - Automotive Parts and Accessories Follow the Crowds to the DBW DROP IIVIV At the Foot of the Bridge Across Big Cypress CURB SERVICE DANCING EVERY NICHT Good Foods Good Music Cold Drinks Have a Good Time Over Where Its Cooler All Popular Beer IOc 15c Mr. and Mrs' Fred McPhail, Proprietors Dinners here are a combination of Goed Will, Good Food and GOOD SERVICE TOWN TAVERN | jj The Pines On Linden Highway | | Formerly Breeze-In Danc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 August 1939

WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBlNE President's Political Activity Since Congress' Adjournment Shows Heavy Interest in 1940 (EDITOR'S NOTE—When opinion* are expressed in these columns, they are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) ____________ Released by Western Newspaper Union. ____________ POLITICS: Rebuttal Home in Hyde Park, Franklin Roosevelt probably reviewed edito- rial opinion on his recent seven- month debate with congress. The public thought congress had won, for it killed his lend-spend and hous- ing bills, defeated his neutrality pro- gram and passed the Hatch "clean politics" bill. Not so evident were his victorious defense and relief pro- grams and his retention of the $2, 000,000 currency stabilization fund. On three successive days, therefore, he went before the people, first to boast, next to scold, last to warn. Signing the Ashurst bill (creating an administrative officer to super- vise federal court budgets) he an- nounced that a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 August 1939

IBVi THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Pretly for Afternoon Or to W ear at Home 'TME dress with shirring on the A shoulders and sleeve tops is a charming, soft fashion for after- noons. No. 1795 gives you an un- usually nice figure-line—rounded above and very slim at the waist- line and hips, because the pan- eled skirt is cut high and beauti- fully fitted. This is very easy to make. Choose georgette, chiffon or silk crepe. Tor the Young Girl. No. 1793 is a perfect dream of a dress for slim young girls, who look especially sweet in high neck- PtoicHjue. to ove. By SIS- MARTHA OSTENSO O MARTHA OSTENSO-WNU SERVICE SYNOPSIS in^hely' '"dependent Autumn Dean, return- J"? Brl,ish Columbia from abroad without her father's knowledge, stops at the °,f, Rector Cardigan, an old family pnm h te"? hcr that she should not have come home, that things have changed. lines, roundly puffed sleeves, a softly bloused bodice and very flaring skirt. Little bows and a sash add to its fluttery charm. Dimity, organd...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 18 August 1939

r mmmm THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Legion Elects New officers At ft regular meeting Thurs day night the Edward Proc- tor Post of the American Legion elected the following officer* for the ensueing year. Post-Commander, N. Mo- Bride, 1st Vice-Council H, S. Sttanloy;2nd Councils E. R, Todd; 3re Council. Bill My- rick • Post adjutant, Nat Hester; Finance officer, D. C.Simp- son; Sgta' Arms, J. W. Mos ley; Post Chaplin J. R, Mos ley;R. H. Lemmons, relected Service officer; J E. Townly, re elected chairman of the Americanism committee. J. C. Acker Opens Photo Studio Featuring the popular and inxepensivp type of 3 po e photographs. Mr. Acker has taken temporary head- quarter in the Wise building FOR SALE White 0. I. C. pig«. As fiae blood an you will find in Texas, have them ready take away from the iowi. Priced reason- able, VICTOR MEYER. At Mrs.. Q ldb«rf'■ Feed 8tore. Amazing New J940 PHILCO FARM RADIO of battery cost and cuff®n Ara\ti\ Local and Personal Mrs. P. L, Kennedy, Mr*. T. H. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 August 1939

> ■ MM hhhm i ;; The Only Home ;; ;; Owned Paper In ;; .. Marion County ! I 1 • 1 1 The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association ; Covers Marion And; ! Parts Of Cass And ; i Harrison Counties ! Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. August 25, 1939 VOL. 3— No 19 L HAVE EXHIBITS; LOTS OF FUN FROLIC AND THRIILS FOR ALL W. C. Ralph, president of the Marion County Fair, says the 1939 lair will surpass recent fairs in exhibits of all kinds—and that the food and feed, as well as livestock displayed this year will surprise everyone as the crop conditions as a whole are much better than in recent years. Numerous interesting and educational attractions will be at the fair; as the tendency today is to make the county fairs more educationai as well as entertaining, Get ready now to attend the fair September 19-23 and let's make this the biggest and best fair in the history of our county. BESS MEN GO EO AUSTIN: W« TO BE MNED BLACKEVED PEAS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE Clean Comics That Will Amuse Both Old and Young Dir TAD Will the plotting ringmaster lign the confession prepared by Jeff Banff, Biu I or owner of ,he circul> RCAD IT OVER A&A\N.'6ILK"- C>ONT" BE TOO HAfcTY ABOUT WHETHER VOU'LU SI6H THAT PAPER OR NOT- I SHOULD HATE TD HAVE TO TURN VOU OMCR TO "THOSE "TWO BEHIND VOU « h«r«W ?essr«./ W>i I Scried.: X ( HOW RIOICULOU S, TCPP !'■ VOU POM'T REALLV THINK. THAT I MISTREATED "WAT, 1 "e>ULL-"(DO VOU ? I CANT SI4-M A STATEMENT L\K6 ~XTH15 ...MJWy, WS , kl KdCUDh By ED WHEELAN IT'S THE TRUW.'SILK "AND yoU KNOMJ IT" VOU'LLjyfiN - •THAT PAPER BEFORE. Vt?U LEAVE TWIS CAR OR -- J GET READV: BoyS - IU- <SIVE HIM 30ST TEM SECONDS "lb MAKE VP/ HI4 MIND " ONE — /o TWO--' 'V k«7 07*4Ual«, IH. J -EP\*fAeeiAA' LALA PALOOZA —Pinto Gets a Front-Row Seat By RUBE GOLDBERG AUSSIE, T'MAKE EVERYTHING LEGAL AN' PROPER, We GOTTA HAVE ANOTHER WITNeSS T' TH k WEDDIN' BESIDES i know OUST THE ONE, JU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER ss± Beautiful Crocheted Doilies for the Table Household News ' .■■■. K.. rf r.««u *! i is IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Sunday! chool Lesson Bv HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Dean of The Moody Blbl* Institute (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for August 27 KMEff 4^ Ruth \Cfyeth Spears Lesson subject! and Scripture text* se- lected and copyrighted by International (Council ■ of Religious Education; used by permission. . A KING WHO FORGOT GOD .: t: J . : " ^L[Esioi4 TEXT—II Chronicle! 26:3-5, ,)«. fabLDEN JTEXl'—Every one that exalteth himself shall be abased: and he that hum-' bleth himself shall be exalted —Luke 18:14. Pattern 1435 '■' ! . Add that touch of luxury that macKs.j' ytell-kept home.| Crochet a large la'ce doily for $ center-., piece—a large and two ,'iriedium- sizedones for ' buffet set—three sizes repeated for a luncheon set! The large daily measures 18 . inches, the medium one 12 inches and the small 6 inches. Pattern 1935 contains di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Bob) BRADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Hnhmriptioii (In tl o C'ouiily) Subscription (Foreign) $1.00 Per Year $1.50 Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. County Attorney Warns About Hot Checks Bad, or insufficient elf-rk pas« ers were warned t.,ay by county attorney Glover (if a new •tutute going into effect on Sepf. 21 which calls for stringent pro- secution of violators. Mr. Glover pointed out that the law oalls for"proviJed' 'that jsuch check, draft, or order is not paid upon pretentctior. the non-payment of same shall be prima facie evidence that such pi rson giving or drawing srch check, draft or order had suf- ycient fund...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 August 1939

„ PRE- klgirett#; ■gcrlptlon, ueii rip- Ing, mike Iney bicfc pr FREDD , Cono. er rc THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Louisiana State Fair The management of the thirty fourth annual Louisiana state Fair, to be held October 21-30, inclusive, announces the follow- ing superintendents who have been named to supervise some of the departments of tnis year's exposition, f), 0. Chapman, General Livestock Division; U. T. Cobb, Beef Breeds with C. E. McCroy as assistant: E. W, Neasham, Dairy Breeds; C. L. Hill, Swine and and Sheep Di- visions, The Agricultural Division is under the general supervision of Hon. Harry D. Wilson, commis- sioner of Agriculture; J. C. Lee, Jr., Dean of L. S. U., Agricul- tural College, J. W. Bateman, director of Agricultural Exten- sion and W, M. Babin, Chairman of State Fair Committee. Miss Nan Tarwatier is super- intendent of the Home Demon- stration Division. W. C. Abbott, State Club Leader and Miss Ellen LeNeir, State'Hume Demonstrator Agent are in charge of the 4-H C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W: LaBINE Second Season of 'Ism' Probe Has Rough-Tumble Beginning; Hundred Witnesses to Com^ '.J.'i'i'" "*!" i '.j1 ■*1 '• ■ ^ r (EDITOR'S NOTE—When opinions are expressed In these columns, they are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) MtfPH . Relented by Wettcrn Newspaper Union. , DOMESTIC: Un-A mericanis m Pearly U-ioveil Ly investigating committees are the hot days of a Wftghipgtrmy summer when ■lightest'fuRie of n«w makas-l ^ anal headlines. last summer came a new figure, Texas' Rep^. Martin Diqs witlv.-his loud-bntrr>8* 4 Ccur«t« «« vestigatfog un-AmCcuiani This summer Martin Dies came bafi|* with a ty^<|omro> ge and- a new ripproferiititiorj; At tys. fir.it ses- sion' the couimittc'^ gatfj reporter* a VltBry as rfew&y'Srs last ye&r's ac- cusation that Shipley Tejrfple wit « Communist: Up to the witness stand <$trode German - American Bundmaster t W « tV V ic*| variation th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 August 1939

MSMNM , j— asCxSiHWNNM > ^ c?-?7J Designed for Night and Day Smartness! ✓"MRLS planning to go away to ^ college will be particularly de- lighted with these gay and youth- ful patterns—day and night, night and day—these are the ones you want! But everybody with an eye for style and a flair for sewing will like them! The pajamas (1794) are just as easy to tailor as they are Comfortable to wear and ■charming to look at, with the quaint square neckline and trian- THE MARION COUNTY COURIER gular pockets. Flat crepe, silk print, broadcloth and flannel are nice materials for them. Slimming Basque Bodice. A dress that will send your mo- rale and your spirits soaring, whether you wear it to an office, classroom, or just on shopping trips, is 1797. And why? Because the basque bodice makes your waistline look about as big as a minute, the skirt has a delight- fully piquant flare, and the collar and cuffs give you a fresh, appeal- ing, little girl look. Choose flat crepe or silk print for th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 25 August 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Local and Personal F. A. Whitfield was in Lon^view, Suniay, E. E. Glass, of Martha!, was in the city Sunday. Mr. and M. K. Night spent the first of the week in Hons ton. Local News Happenings Items of Interest About You and Your Friends Garnered Here and There by the Man About Town Working to Set Up Conservation Soil Unit Here. Wilson Koulston returned Tuesday from a visit in^OlarkS' ville. R. 0 Daniel#, aud sons, Ro- bert and Ralph have returned from a visit in Fort Worth. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bewer, of Nacogdoches, spent the week end with home folks. Mr. Eli Howell, of San Antonio, was here the first of the week looking alter oil interest. County agent C. R. Heatoa Fpent the week end with Mrs. Heaton and other relatives at Henderson. Mrp. D. T. Lewis, of the Popu- lar Dress Shoppe, returned Monday from a vaoation spent in Louisiana and Mississippi. Miss Bettye LaRue, who has been Ihe guest ®f Dorothy Suo and BiHie Jo Bray, returi.ecl to her ho n# in Greenri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 September 1939

(2loA *~?V <cs \; The Only Home ;; Owned Paper In ! \ Marion County The Marion County Courier And Official Organ of the Marion County Agricultural Association ;; Covers Marion ^nd ! Parts Of Cass And !) Harrison Counties Issued Every Friday Jefferson, Texas, Friday. September 8, 1939 VOL. 3— No 21 EVERYBOOT READY FOR GREAT SCHOOL YEAR EOR 1938-40 TERM Crace Starke, saperintendent of the Jefferson High Schools, states that everyone is on hand and plans are now ready for one of the greatest school years in the his- tory of our school system. H. H. Young, principal, states that a complete sched- ule for the Bulldog has been perfected, and that Coach Reeves and assistant, Lands, have been giving the boys some preliminary workouts this week, and the first game of the 1939 season will be with Waskom at Waskom, on September 22nd. Today, Fridoy, all the High School youngsters are to be enrolled and assigned their classes. The personnel of our school system urges every pat- ron to coopera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 September 1939

Bruckarfa Washington Digest International Affairs Likely To Influence Party Politics Upon Turn of Events Abroad May Depend Strength or Lack of It Shown by Presidential Aspirants; Domestic Life in U. S. Will Feel Effects. By WILLIAM BRUCKART WNU Service, National Press Bldg., Washington. D. C. WASHINGTON.—There is an in- teresting offshoot of the several Eu- ropean crises that has begun to at- tract attention among political lead- ers. It has been practically 20 years since international affairs fig- ured to any extent in our domestic politics, but they threaten to do so next year. And upon the turn of events abroad, it appears, will de- pend the strength or lack of it shown by various presidential aspirants. It may be that, in the short space of time between the writing of these lines and their publication in your local newspaper, another European crisis will have arisen and actual hostilities will have been started. It is possible, therefore, only to take a peek over the horizon an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 September 1939

f THE MARION COUNTY COURIER Shelf Edging Dresses Up Kitchen Windows By RUTH WYETH SPEARS COME of us can remember see- ing our mothers cut scalloped shell papers. Dextrously they folded and snipped the edge in points or curves; sometimes add- ing a cut out diamond in the cen- ter of each scallop. For many there is more satisfaction in this creation of their own hands, than in using fancy lace edge paper by the roll. Today, we find that same satisfaction when we choose THUMB TACH CURTAI ROD MCMMEq ENDS AND BRASS RINGS oilcloth shelf edgings—thinking in terms ef color has a fascination even beyond scallops with dia- monds in the center. The suggestion sketched here for using shelf edging to dress up kitchen windows was sent in by a reader. The busy homemaker will appreciate the fact that the curtains are perfectly straight and plain and easy to remove for laun- dering. When windows and shelves match the effect is es- pecially good. Banded towels may be of the same color, and tin contai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 September 1939

THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE MARION COUNTY COURIER R. G. (Boh) miADSHAW PUBLISHER Entered in post office at Jefferson, Texas as second class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Sulwription (In the County) KuInscription (Foreign) $1.00 Per Year $1.50 Per Year Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person or firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Marion County Courier will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. Over Quirter Millons Given To Old Age Assistance Fund These Marshall Firms Appreciate and thank you for your patronage PORTRAITS, FRAMES and Kodaks Truly ti|>! ■*<!«"ii*t("your lHi im'«" Miller Sludlo 40.1N.Waali. Mnrmlinll Harkrider Furn. Co. Free Delivery Easy Terms HILLBILLY HATCHERY U. ST Approved. Blood 1202 East Grand Tested Chicks 0 rder Now VISIT OUR- Modernized Hardware Store Logan & |ifhaley Marshall, Texas J. BERWALD & COMPANY The Popular Dept. Store Cor....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 September 1939

• -a tMJMto i mm #>■*;- THE MARION COUNTY COURIER tiSIK TIE (MINI Mn Mill Coma To The Fair Join Us In Celebrating SEPT. 19-23 J. A. Starling Tax Collector The public officials, business and profesicnal people here represented, join the officers and directors of the Fair in inviting and welcoming you to Jefferson Sept. 19 to 23. Five great days are in store for you, Q. R. Lockett y°ur fami|yand frien<k Welcome to the Fair Compliments Constable Congratulations To The Officers and Directors of The Fair Folks' Come and See Us Sept. 1*9-23 JOE HUGHES, County Clerk, Marion County See - - The Jefferson Auto Supply For - - Automotive Parts and Accessories Follow the Crowds to the DEW DROP IXX At the Foot of the Bridge Across Big Cypress CURB SERVICE DANCING EVERY NICHT Good Food Good Music Cold Drinks Have a Good Time Over Where Its Cooler All Popular Beer 10o« loo Mr. and Mrs' Fred McPhail, Proprietors ELLIOTT & WALDRON Abstract Companies P. G. Henderson, Mgr. Dinners here are a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marion County Courier — 8 September 1939

Y X THE MARION COUNTY COURIER THE SUNNY SIDE OF LIFE Clean Comics That Will Amuse Both Old and Young BIG TOP Jeff Bang*, circus owner, forced his ringmaster to confess his guilt in tormentiruj Alia, the elephant. CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT BABY CHICKS CHICKS! Ho Uri ppleaor?)aUs *3 r2i «n Uuaranteed lAvo Dellr.ry Stntl U. O.farPnmrt Skifmunt MkiCkuCh,n.M>,asi SCHOOLS By ED WHEELAN VELU.l'LU OUTSMART HIM VET - HE CANT PULL THAT HOLDUP STUFF ON ME AND GET AWAV \WfIH IT - B>UT 1 T MOST E.IPE MVTlME NOW - vLL. PRET|ND EVERVTHING- \e. ALL RtGHT _ ILL &E VERV FRIEND IV VJlTW HIM AND ALL "THE OTHERS .TOO ' - THEVLL TW 'NK WE CHANGED - THEN VLL WAIT FOJ? A GOOD CHANCE To (SET My REVENGE ~o \ MEAHWH1LE .* SILK FOWLER SAT IN HtS STATEROOM 1"TT?EMe>LIN& VJlTW RAGE - DONT WORRV -ABOUT THAT. CO/% 1 HE WAS TOO SCARED TO EVEN RECOGNIZE WIS OWN SHADOW '• HERE'S FIVE &UCKS APIECE FOR HELPINCr ME OUT !! HC DIDNTGET WISE TO US V/lTH THENV MASKS ON, GUVXjOl?- HEMIQHT RUN IF THE it J fyC...

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