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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 January 1939

TUESDAY, JAN. 3rd, 1939 THE DEN IS ON PRESC 1 % !<>-) %> * - " ' v ' ' ' mm fir SHU* ■fir ifn / ■ ifc-4® Walter Connolly, Franciska Gall, Franchot Tone and Rita Johnson, ftbove, combine their efforts in "The Girl Downstairs," showing Wednesday and Thursday at the Rialto theatre, one of the best. 6 4 DENISON 62-51-35 YEARS AGO ! By DULCS MURRAY • • January 3, 1877 It commenced snowing again j Saturday night, Dec. 30th, 1876; andi continued most of the day Sunday. Sunday night the snow was fully ten inches deep on a! level—the deepest fall of snow, witnessed in this section for twen- ty years. Mr. Liberman is busy filling his! ice house. He obtains most of his, ice from the H&TC pond east ofj the railroad track. The ice is j about five inches thick and of a j good quality Mr. Libermann saysj he will fill his ice house easily! and believes it will last him all j summer. New Years days passed off; very pleasantly. It was delight-j ful overhead and the heavy fall of snow Sun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 January 1939

PAGE FOUR f HE DENISON PRESS TUESDAY, JAN. 3rd, 1939 Mrs. Shlrar is Mrs. t)ickey's sister. SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«n* to Phone 100 Home Demonstration i Club Will Resume Activities Thursday Miss Eunice King, Grayson: County Home Demonstration aijent, will meet with the mem- bers of the Hyde Park club, in its initial meeting of bhe new year, Thursday afternoon at 2:80 at the home of Mrs. E. E. Bad- gett The Thursday meeting, which was scheduled to be an all day quilting was changed to a regu- lar business meetin/? to coincide •with Miss King's visit. Year books ;for 1939 will be presented the imembers, and definite plans for the immediate resumption of cluD activities will be made, according to Mrs. C. G. Allen, reporter for the club. Frank E. Norton To Address Meeting; Grayson Teachers frank E. Norton, president of j the North Texas district unit of the Texas State Teachers' associ- ation "will address a meeting of the county group at the Sher- man municipal auditorium Wed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 January 1939

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Wednesday and Thursday partly cloudy THE DENIS 1 A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WEfDNES., JAN. 4th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 155 U. S. Ambassador Confers With Duce On Peace J' 4 § M 4 |C jc Is Is bt 4 % -n."\ h i I V ROOSEVELT WARNS DICTATOR NATIONS AGAINST AGGRESSION Speaks To 76th Congress United States is Far Wiser And Stronger Than Eight Years Ago When Europ- ean Troubles Started First PW A Grant Is Sent; Boring Hits 28 Feet High Ranking Nazi New Deal Is Back Patted Foundation borings on the Den- ison high school addition reached j a depth of 28 feet Tuesday after- | noon while city officials were re- j ceiving 25 per cent of the total ! cost of three school projects here Urges Labor and Capital to Join Hands in Helping to Whip Present Depression frlAISHlNGTON Jan. 4 (UP) —"The dangers from within are much less dangerous from those without," President Roosevelt told the opening sessi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 January 1939

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS WEPNES., JAN. 4th, 1939 WEI THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 ■Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government t<> individual and civic inteicr ty; to individual unu civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing; as second-class matter authorized. BOX NTMHERS, Care Denison Press will be givei advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week ... One Month Three Months (In advance! Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) One Year by Ma 1 (in aiivance) .. ... 10. ... 3fir ... 90c $1.75 $3.50 $1.25 $2.00 Nat onal advertising reoresentative Inland News- paper Representative, Inc.. Wrigley Buildinjf, Chi cago, 111. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 par cent will be added on unpaid private accounts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 January 1939

WEONES., JAN. 4th, 1930' this evening, of u destructive! fire in our sister city of Bonham, this morning. The origin of thei Preelatlon- m EXPELLED BT STOCK EXCHANGE—New York financial circles suffered another jolt similar to the Richard Whitney affair, when John A. Sisto. principal partner of the Wall Street brokerage firm bearing his name, was expelled from the Stock Exchange, on charges of unfair- transitions. He is shown above, at right, with his attorney. Harold H. Corbin, arriving at the State Office build- ing, tor a hearing. He is the son of an Italian immigrant. DENLSON 62-50-35 fire was not learned but the en- tire business block on the west side of the square between J. M. Munn's brick on the south corner to J. M. Smith & Bros.' large brick store on the north corner, were destroyed Very little of the contents of the stores was saveki). There was one brick build- ing, near the center of the block YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY January 4, 1877 News was received in this city ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 January 1939

,v. giTKSjfiifriiV ?s *$Mfci■■>*«•**** .*«*- ■* t"ACfE FCjtifi rr ■ ,* **? 'S^ !•> .V, -a fc > Wa, SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«n to Phone 100 Pleatw |-"1liir^ "iH'il I'l'ir"" '"' fttlDfiKBON PRESS AFTERNOON TEA AT MILLER HOME IS COMPLIMENT TO MISSES VOGE Informality was the keynote of the seated tea given Tuesday af- ternoon by Mrs. I. E. Miller at iier 'home, 817 West Bond, hon- oring M'iss Natha.ie and Mary Voge of Green Bay, Wis., who are house guests of Miss Elayne Meador. Assisting Mrs. Miller In receiving were Miss Meador and her mother, Mrs. Grover Meador, who introduced the guests to the honorees. Mrs. Miller's home was attrac- tively appointed with potted flowers and 'greenery. A refresh- ment plate containing Russian tea, tiny sandwiches in pastel colors decorated with carrot flowers; mints and cookie3 was served to approximately forty guests who cailed during the afternoon. The Misses Voge are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Antifiony Voge of Green Bay and 'have...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 January 1939

e WEATHER denison and vicinity Fair and cooler today and Friday THE DENISON PRESS MCmbTr of the united press DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month VOL. 5—NO. 156 Roosevelt To Present 1940 Recommendations Hopkins Defends Daniel C. Roper WASHINGTION, Jan. 5 (UP) —Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins today defended his pre- decessor, Daniei C Roper, on Everyday DENISON LOUIS By ANDERSON |r; N Is: |8e loc 19c }0c 13c lie 3c 6c lOe 12o 1.75 J.75 |.GP |ing nt M The Nazi persecution of the jews is shown clearly in the lat- est issue of the March of Time, revealing how lucky we are in having a haven such as the United States, where anyone can think what he likes and say it— provided the talked about person isn't within earshot . . . The Ger- man persecution would' put the dark ages to shame for its bru- tality . . . Mixed emotions is re- ported in Washington following the address of President Roosevelt yesterday when he flayed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 January 1939

THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1939 the denison press Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic inleijr ty; to individual an.! civic commercial progress. . Acceptance for mailing as second-class authorized. matte BOX NUMBERS, Care D«nison Press will be givei: advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week — - One Month Three Months (In advance! ..90c Six Months (in advancel — One Year (in advance) - 13.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in aavance) $1.25 One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) *2.00 Nat onal advertising renresentative Inland News- paper Representative, Inc.. Wrigley Building, Chi cago, 111. OHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persons having telephone listed in ineir own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 January 1939

THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1939 THE DENISON PRESC PAGE THRfiK DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY ft m January 5, 1877 bast ni^rlit Yoeum and O'Neal j arrested a barber by the name of Green, recently from the north,' at the Cameron house, on suspi- i cioh of being the individual who' stole August Knecht's poeketbook containing: $90. They searched him and found $40 on his person, about half of it in his sock and the remainder in his vest pocket. Th£ man denied the theft, but wgi placed in tihe calaboose to 4_A*w*it further investigation. Dur- ing: the night the man brought herfe from Dallas charged with robbing the postoffice book store, who was confined in the same compartment, sawed! off two of the iron bars in the calaboose window and they both crawled out. The Dallas man took a pair of blankets with him, Green says and left in the direction of the park. Green came down to Main street. This was about 4 o'clock a. tin. Green made no effort to escape, but on the contrary, hunt- ed up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 5 January 1939

'^r PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1939 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society Nawm to Phone SOO Please Western Ranch Supper and Party Honors Misses Voge of Wisconsin Lighters Whip Union Keglers 312 PW[A PROJECTS UNDERWAY IN TEXAS Misses Natihalie and Mary Voge, two girls from the far away' state of Wisconsin, who ihave a romantic and glamorous mental picture of cowboys and: ■untraoked .wildernesses; of :the i ravages of Western Indians ns-l saulting a settler's home or scalping some trail blazer upon the lonely plains; and a hazy idea of what Western ranch life is Comments Of A Movie Fan © With Davis leading the way with 544, Texas Power and Light company blanked Union! announced today at the regional headquarters in Fort Worth. PORT WORTH, Jan. 5 (UP) All of the Texas Public Works Administration projects, number- ing 312, are under way, it was News 3 to 0 in Denison Bowling league play Wednesday night, 'llhe scores: Texas Power and Light Name 1 2 3 Tot. McBee 122 145 147 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 January 1939

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy and warmer today and Saturday THE DENI SON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month -I MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, JAN. 6th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 157 Congress Settles Down For Fight With Roosevelt \~i,A > v ' Appointment Of v F rankfurter Is Ribbed by Nazis Not In Conformity With Wishes of Majority Of American People, Official German Pa- per Asserts; Hopkins and Murphy Rapped \ \ ■ i 1! I BERLIN, Jan. 6 (UP)—Nazis, criticizing the appointment of Fe- lix Frankfurter to the United States Supreme Court as not in accord with the wishes of the Am- erican people, al eged today that President Roosevelt has shown he was reconciled to leaving office in 1940. ed the kejmot for Nazi denuncia- tion of the Frankfurter appoint- ment. Continuing the apparent effort by Nazis to isolate the president, in his anti-dictatorship stand, from the American people as a whole, the official news agency joined the appointme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 January 1939

IG£ TWO. THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government: to individual and civic inietfrty; to individual and civic commercial proxies*. Acceptance for mailinir as second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIITION RATES One Week - One Month - Three Months (In advance I Six Months (in advance! — One Year (in advance) (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in mnvance) One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) 6th, FRIDAY, JAN. THE DENISON PRESS iin-1 ■-i-n.ni.iMI . 10o ... 35c ... 90 - $1.75 $3.60 $1.25 $2.00 Nat onal advertising: reoresuntative Inland News paper Representative, Ifc:.. Wrij-ley Building, Chi ago. 111. •|| \ROE ACCOUNTS ntu acceptable from persons having telephone listed n rneir own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 January 1939

"""a* ; v " ' """"" FRIDAY, JAN. 6th, 1939 TftE DENISON PRESC page TttftlSR QjQEWP • "Tf .' SM -fi; -7%ic mmm annum** 9 « m history-book village CREENriELD VILLAGE. IN DEAR- BORN. MICHIGAN. HAS BEEN BUILT BY HENRY FORO TO TELL AMERICAN HISTORY BY BUILD- INGS INSTEAD OF WORDS. SEA- GOING BUSES ICE from a desert THE HOT GASES FROM DESERT WELLS NEAR CALIFORNIA'S 4 SALTON SEA ARE TURNED INTO THE COLDEST KNOWN KIND OF COMMER- Y£? CIAL ICE I BETWEEN KEY WEST. FLORIDA, AND THE MAIN- LAND EVEN BUSES RIDE OVER THE OCEAN WAVES... rf ON THE LONG OVERSEAS HIGHWAY. A NEW WAY TO AVOID SEASICKNESS! k" america's safest driver" YEAR AFTER YEAR GREYHOUND • BUS LINES HAVE WON THE NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL AWARD FOR INTER-CITY SERVICE. DEN1SON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY i : • January 6, 1877 lAi man named Ben Hunt indulg' ed in the pastime of firing off his He gave bond for his appearance before the mayor this morning. Married: in this city at the residence of the bride's father, January 4th*, by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 6 January 1939

SOCIETY NOTES Pbon« Yovr 8*dcty Nan to Fbono 100 P1mm> Trinity Missionary Society Officers To Be Installed Markets Denisoit Teacher Married FK3.RT WORTH, Jan. 5 (UP) (UP) — (US DA) —Livestock: Cattle 2,400, calves 1,000; yearlings slow with sales weak, the following Monday and the oilier classes strong to steady; Uiird meeting will likely be held steers G.00-9.00; yearlings 6.00- ut Collinsville, January 16. |'/00. fat cows 4.2,3-0.00; cutters Tue (Sherman church is extend- 3.00-4.35; calves 4.50-8.50. ing an invitation to all people of j Hogs 1,01)0; mostly 10 to 20 The newely elected officers of bheiVnan and surrounding terri- higher: top butchers 7.30-7.40; the Woman's Missionary Society tory to attend the meeings. | bulk good butchers 7.20-7.30; of Trinity Methodist church will The Sherman meeting will op- mixed Kladc>3 6.25-7.15; packing be forma.ly installed Sunday af- ternoon during the Vesper aer- \ices at 5 o'clock. The iRev. Paul O. Caldwell, pas- tor of tine church,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 January 1939

mtMmm&mis&m&mm n e> WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cooler unci cloudy this afternoon and Sunday THE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month BER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 158 Consider Qualifications of Justice Frankfurter Sealed Bids On RR Exploration Are Being Asked I Sealed bids will be received by (the war department of the United States engineer office at Little .Rock, Ark. for estimates on labor, Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON * « Max Eggleston, former Denison boy, now living in Denton, almost lost his life during a deer hunt in So.Uth Texas recently . < . Eggles- ton had gone out hunting alone and started back to camp, many miles away, when darkness and rain caught him. He attempted to ,build a fire, but his matches were soggy. Bill Steakley, in camp, worried over the non-ap- pearance of his buddy, turned a bright car spotlight into the skies that shone through the murky weath...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 January 1939

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic intescrty; to individual mid civic commercial progress. Acceptance for niailmir as socond-clasx authorised. mutter BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison I'resa will be given advertisers desiring blina addresses. " SUBSCRIPTIOIV RATES One Week H « One Month — 3•r '' Three Months (In advance* 90- Six Months (in advance) - $l.7.r One Year (in advance) $3.50 (Wthia Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in mnvance) ................ $1.26 One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) $2.0! Nat onal advertising representative Inland News paper Representative, Inc.. Wrigley Building, Chi cago, 111. CH ARGE ACCOUNTS ar« acceptable from person.* having telephone listed :n their own name and up- on agreeing to remit wner. bill is presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first insertion. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 January 1939

SATURDAY, JAN. 7, 1939 THE DENISON PRESC PAGE THREc 1 wmm Judy Garland and 'Mickey ®ooney, above, appear at the Star theatre (Sunday and Monday in "Love Finds Andy Hardy," rated as one of the best Hardy Family pictures to date. l 0 9 V DENISON 62-56-35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY • ® January 7, 1877 Died in this city at 12:30 o'clock yesterday evening, Mrs. (Allice Brown, wife of Martin H. Brown. Mrs. Brown has been dangerously sick for seveial weeks aiiu1 endured much suffer- ing. The funeral will take place from the residence of F. R. Brown on Sears street at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The snow has nearly all disap- peared and it is warm and pleas- ant overhead, but muddy enough underfoot. The mud will not con- tinue more than a day or two, as the soil here is a mixture of sand and gravel and the city has the advantage of superior drainage. In Sherman, on the contrary, the citizens will foe wading in black mud over their shoe tops for a week lAit the raffle at the Alamo last night th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 7 January 1939

PAGE FOUH THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, JAN.: 7,,1686 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Y«ur Society N«wa t Phono tOO Pleats Meeting Slated For Monodrama Club Friday, January 19 The Mono-drama club will meet .next (Friday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. W. L. Steakley, 231 N. Eddy avenue, to (hear Mrs. Ella Mae Keith O'Brien, of Dallas, in the third of a series of dramatiza- tions of current Broadway plays. Mrs. O'Brien was the guest of the club in November, when they met at he home of Mrs. W. B. Munson Jr., and presented "On Borrowed Time," by Lawrence Ed ward Watkin; and in December at the home of 'Mrs. Cbas. H. Jones, rihe read, E. B. Ginty's "Missouri Legend." Mrs. O'- Brien's play for this next meeting has not been announced, but will likely be one of several pays she attended while on her recent trip to New York, with her well known son, David O'Brien, who flew to New York during the early part ■of December to receive the Heis- Tnan award for the Nation's out- standing grid performer. I Hostes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 January 1939

:7. - ■ © •"i WEATHER DEN1SON AND VICINITY 'Cloudy and probably rain today and Tuesday THE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, JAN. 9th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 159 Newly-Militant Democracies Get First Tests New Insurgent Leader May Be Named By F ranco NEW PREMIER — Split over progress of the war in China caused the resignation of Ja- pan's cabinet. Above is Baron Kiichiro Hiranuma, president of the Privy Council, called to form a new cabinet. A military ex- tremist he favors building a new order in Japan, as well a« in China. ® Trotsky Spends Another Year of Mexican Peace MEXICO, D. F., Jan. 9 (UP)— Leon Trotsky, arch-foe of Josef Stalin, today peacefully complet- ed another year of exile in Mex- ico—one of the few countries which is willing to harbor him It is now two years since Trot- sky and his little, golden-haired wife Natalia, landed amid the oil refineries of Tampico, on the cold, blustery...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 9 January 1939

PAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, JAN. 7th, 1939 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government; to individual and civic integr.ty; to individual and civic commercial progress. Acceptance for mailing as second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be given advertisers desiring blind addresses. " SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week — One Month — ........................ 35c Three Months (In advance\ 90c Six Months (in advance) — $1.75 One Year (in advance) - $3.50 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in anvance) $1.25 One Year by Ma 1 (in advance) — $2.00 Nat onal advertising raDreaentative Inland News- paper Representative, lcs.. Wrigley Building, Chi- cago, 111. OHARGE ACCOUNTS ara acceptable from persons having telephone listed in tneir own name and up- on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 10 per eent will be added on unpaid private accounts a...

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