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Page THREE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

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Page FOUR [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

MONEY SAVED IN : I" CENSUSBUREAU In Gathering Astounding MF? Array of Facts. W^Bhlnffton, Dec. 12?(By the A?Hp ( elated Free* ) ? Tlie fourteenth I SL. .?*Beue reeulted In the establishment i of Mini new records by the Govern1 - fnent. The work was completed In I ISL shorter time than ever before, more j, lata ?'U lurnlnhi I unl coat vn teas than Consrens appropriated for ! the purpose "'2 "So far ?* thla census la concerned." layi Win. M Steuart. director of the itureau of t'<-nsu* In his annual report made public today," the Bp;., Charge cannot be made that the V? figure* published are ancient history. It la aafe to say that never befora haa the public been aupp.lled with such * an array of fact* concerning the elements of the population, their social condition and their Industrial activities so shortly after the data was colteg lected." While Cun*rr?? appropriated 121,660.000 for the wrk of taking the fourteenth cen*u* only $23.025,000 I was spent, despite the obstacle...

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Page FIVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

BLOCITES FAIL TO COOPERATE Many Plahs For Farm Credits ^ Distract Groups?Conference Fails to Bring United Support. j Washington, pec. 11.?(By the International News Service.)?A laontorn of farm credit legislation, intended to provide a governmental remedy for the financial Uta Im r ?? larmvri, literally ivlrled through the hells of Conv gross today. r Two major committees held sepsrete sessions to determine the exset method to be pursued by the Oor era meat in extending credits to agricultural Interests. Progressives >4 end eoaserrstlves mesnvhHe raced for the honor of fathering the measure, which will ultimately be adopted. - The farm bios struck Ua first snag i ever the pre posed credit legislation ^ and Its members were split Into a half does a cliques from championing various measures A meeting of tbo **b|oc". held last night for the pnrposo of endorsing one of a dosen, proposed bills ondsd without a der cieloa being reached and the -blocwill convene again tonight whe...

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Page SIX [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

[F; Bki tetnoke World-News I r Satftfaiithr' is?9 ftOANOKK. VA 11 nmM Sr?n> Otr r??.?pt Sunday 1? ' - ?BY? 0IW-WOBIJJ c?'ur HATh'N. ? >Ull<llnf. Boanolac. Va I p. risifBOiTy. Editor. , ^T^ ~S?fcb?r? of fPWWM *??ti.prr Publl?b?r? AAaortAtloc || * ' ??? lll>?npw |*uhtuh"?? AaaocUUpB II Tkt Aaaooiaro! 1T.?? BaiVau ol Circulation J>* Awci*i?4~I,TT*j u mn U tho, ua? lor mublu alien of Al! 1 ?.W B^tUkn credited to it or not otherB - Mn MaU4B Lhla paper ao-l ?)*o tt.e looal roksny "TTLFiTlSt n TVFTV"K E2=iJL5^L loc , >>>? York and Chicago I HHMpBi It l^wioirire *1 Roan. k'. Virginia. I ' na Second Can Ma:, -katlrr. Dwlfr, one month ...... >0 -*^0 TlLEPHONKf? During the I1*r AQ Call* sue ' ; At K\ftxt 6:30 P. M to 8 30 A M. Mk? 3142 . MjWltil Department 3144 Communication* and all matter* ol new* for mobile*tlnn ahoulU b? addre**ed to tb? Mttmlai department. All aubjeet* pertain1*6 to Mbecrlpt...

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Page SEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

' HOD FOR MAT -ASAMTO Former VosYolk Poliosman In Toils of Postal Officials? . Pamandad Monty. . Norfolk,Va.D*a. " ?(Br th. AatoctaUd Pr*aa.>?Chart** W. Brown*. 46. former ?t?b?r of th* Norfolk polio* fore*, k* lodjid In Jail on n Federal charge growing ont of hla alleged attempt to demand money by threatening letters from two if th* beat known bnnkora In th* eft jr. Th* technical charge against Brown* la that b* d*vi*e<i a ark em* to defraud -and Mill latter* la fnrtheranc* of hla plan. W. A. Oodwln. president of th* Norfolk National Bank, and pr**ld*nt of th* CI sarins liuusa Association, and J. B. Msu. president of th* - Ibpard National Bank, war# the two aubjacta 01 the alleged latter writing attempts a A latter to Mr. Ociwin on Beptembar ST declared that tba writer bad be a? prosecuted and aantaacad ye ara ago through Mr. Godwin s efforts and demanded $M0? In cash when the writer called. It warned Mr. Godwin t to ha constantly prepared. A bomb u and n dagg...

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Page EIGHT [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

Pilui (Published I WUUJAM PARKER. LLOYD y W Has Won I v Four Of Six U. Va. Cups m > University of V.rginia offeri 1 t,* Six stiver cups High Schools foi Hp- various things iach >?.ar. In th< fi fcV present ><?r > I Roanoke Hlgl k. School has won four of these cupi I F Ud lost the other tun l y a sllgnl " " ssrrln To the knowledge of th? 1 (?? '. Writer this Is the finest record that Roanoke High School has ever made L :\ It la truly a tine record because ll shows that Koai 'he is an all-round i( school, developed jr. ney branch ol activities Few s. hools have ever made a record as Koauoke High has ? ,e v this past year Roanoke sti.rtid out to make n b r racord last year In the eaTly part of J; ; the basket-bail season. lioth the fyj L.. hoys and girls worked their hardest to Win tRe basket-bal! cups> Atld rj m* TnTy* succeeiTed when they def oatcd their old football enemy? Maury High?and won the basketball ...

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Page NINE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

) ,'[ '" > ?. v *4 Hi < ' r v ' - * ' ^ "i" f ^ . ; Ornki and Turk**At T.ttnitnna Oharf Bach Oth?r With ? - Basponsflrflitj. ' |Vm ?WB . P*?_j ?-'--(By tb? Auio a&gkmi& W* him to (tamo iball Ihi AVliZ* MUo2i"??r#<.hP,?rJ,,*Bt ,0 r^r^Ksu'E,??.r 3t. ?i ftsr.-?"3^i ? ? -r U FormorPr^mlj1, Vomooloo Inalata I 4 Mln WOO tfe# action "of th'a ?T?lrt?jTh I* ,: pwSass^.tf'.jsras I ^?"sr <u?s prwavni m wm lur uif norrnri and Injusttea suffered by tha Greeks. Tba !< question of tha Ottoman debt la develoolnr as a dancer oolnt la tha negotiations aad tba bitter Turkish. Orsclan dispute which Is based oa somethlnc mora than a qavstien of; moner ts earring to make settlement af^ti* whole problem exceedingly ] POLICE COURT [ ' This was parklnv morning fn Police Court. Itone of those that bad to par didn't take It so wall. They ?ant figure thlnce out. They halt their ears la front or a flee and teneont store ts .make the ...

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Page TEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

I I ' I I 1 I I H 1 I MR?. J. I I Offioe Honrs: 9 to 10 A. M I J'EF. J .. _? thin hlvers in the tnurnln P'^wri Mandin A? k? with 1 -A * . . 1 ! i u a QttfCk, bright no i* etrut and bolt examines; h# d< aiats? M? engine roushi?'.he cmvrdln Wheel he twists? t mounts In roaring spiral r hfch and high. Tb .Straighten out ar.i \A..ish d?w Lj, the ?ky. I pvnil e acme lar bugle blow* him I ( ? the lists. Br* a ' 1 rhe Ace la gone: Hcyor.d the holdei Are B i Ot all that h*s'. < ; raptaina gor before 1 To where the death-liglits >>t advcti 1X0 where tb." eternal hazard walti but ho iajl "TVho takes the nlr I* oT the cart no more. f And. daring space, fears no* "ct< r-':> 1. ' Charles C. Jones. In New Yor i? I Times. I Mr*. I'arrott. ' e i Te.CHre linage Party I Mrs. J. Tl. I'arrott will he hoates gf an auction bridge party, on Fri a ay afternoon, having as her KU>st ' ,'W honor, Mrs. \V. A .It. Micks, o Montreal/Can...

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Page ELEVEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

' ' 1 r. 5'r- ' FURNACE SOON TO ; . BE SMOKING AGAIN Oratem Industry Will Employ Mm?Top Wages v r Graham, Doc, 11.?Tho tnnounoomast Uraiama Uc blut foniace wu aoon to to blowa in blaat ?u hailed locally with much aatlafacUon. The Graham luraaca la perhap* tha moat lm nor tan*, lnduatrv i>w>i<a i- >.. * between ? 'H IM mtn, para lop waxes and rr^uK' '1 " ?* ?? built MUM tb. burly ta>n, k? " 'Cu"u5*? ?*?Ju?om2ruiuS!*Si! arSTss^ ?? ?"? *** Pf' ? operptfba, ran for sevthe World war'Created a demand 4 SJJMWjM* ?CPB. When a?aJn tha ? Waal furnacee can only operate at ' f / **. lron and ataal market will Justify it. and now that Industrial conditions are showing an Improvement Oraham'a bin Iron fari naeseoea will be emoklnx again. The * P'a*t ie understood to be In sood neadfUeo. bat oaturally 'some repairs here and there wUl be aeoes w. It .1# reported that a modem st~l tipple will be built by tha present pmooters and that the ataat w...

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Page TWELVE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

.* y WP IS BURIED I AT EMORY COLLEGE r Rites Over Remaifis Of Rev. Richard Waterhouse Held In The Chapel (Br Tk? Aaaeetstrd I'rm) Bristol. Dec. 11.?Following a*TB: ncM Chi. afternoon In the chape] Ro? ' Emory and Her. ry College, at ft . B?ory, the body of itlshop Richard O. Waterhouse. was laid to rest In * Ow Emory Cemetery. k Bishop Waterhouse died Saturday at Knox vllle, from Injuries received " la an automobile accident. HI. body era. taken to Emory from KnoxvUle thla morning. HV Tha chief address at the service Br JJM made by I?r. \\ . S. Neighbors, of Bl 'CBfattanooga. It. John C. Orr, formBk ?. W president of Emery a:.J llniry Coltape. presided, r Rev. J. Stewart French. D. D. K Presiding elder of the KnoxvUle district participated In the services, r- Dr. French was president of Sulllne pi1 rilltH in Bristol last year. Xt was stated that because of the r"V conference of bishops now in nesslon In New Orleans It was impossible for fit any of the bishops of the Methodist I Bp.s...

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Page THIRTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

pTEVERYO * *\r ?" .ja llUfLl IV I : I I' 'jt IIV LIJ iDU % ~ ^wt^ BtfSU -Made bV^lK^X /' % ^ blouse eff Yvrll^V ^-p- Christmai mMi^3 rae |Cl< I-|||h p Made d VVitl. Jvll__^.l \ l7 proof m?(t| V yr cap attache K0?F :f[' fereni col F etol. at . Bight up their supplies of H better Christmas suggesB the sensible kind for prae ds all tasteful women lofe. f Bed rchiefa, Blufe ami : Xmaa telling kQ^ 81x90 i blue, Un Handkerchiefs^ ange; h? Baaudfui quail- . ed, diffe tte-r-'i $ i .so ,i<rns' ,im tlored and plain I fi*?i 6 la a box:! ? * dkerchief5>^_ m WPK i . * Kuneida 0 solid white Q ^ iiSkw m a box. Handkerchiefs ~ pj|]( W?nr.o'. Pur. . . Erabroldt 11 a a Iiandker- ( . | 7 Q Cases, six MCTa.?with fa Hey '?| with heia: 6 in a bo*.. * < IU; xpecial, Handkerchiefs .j Plain White - * ?fef| andkerchlefs. very eautlfui quality: Mm. M . ^g? jeclal for Xmaa, 3 1 a box ......... "P" %Jr. 3lTf ale of. ITT' e Threap * * / P*tfteE*d TO < _ S?, ...

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Page FOURTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

^ '? mp, : f " B* fl | tast Rites Over I Rev. Richard W; Pf|\|[- > I | Held in Th? * HU?Li I ; I noM thi. ?tte ^ay? Flower f ' * H?b-W" 1 n nr.1^.1 !^B)n tVi? flir* I lh? Emory *"" 1 }UBKnoxvtlSflMM> Htrftn, f ?> M autoj^V News Bervlce Stall J *** takMHrtipondent. i " 11.?Boston girl* havl Tha chdW on the flirt. That thel . , y JJM ""tUm bay* the semblance ul I ChattaaqHin they have adopted a I , fa prtoei* a button on which la de b*?, PMjPaard Impaled on a hatpl/l ' Ray,fglhm bays (with the paten presldllPblr may expect a sltnlla K|ji3ket stated by the fair cruI Leaders of the movemen no membership limits! 'Bffllerkrra Dealel Papers. gSl the slacker is no more wel l?rrW |n the Hub now than he wa the wax Is shown by the ac of Judge Morton, who In th JV tew days In the United 8tate jBtrlct Court has denied cltlsensh! Vbundreds of applicant* who claim t U exemption from military servlc? Paring one session Judge Morton re fjaed final cltisenehlp papers ...

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Page FIFTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

I Lot Of Seized Drug Turned! I I Over By Coroner Has Big r I f Retail Value , * ,1 ) Richmond. Dec. 11 ?That the en-' I ormoua front in the retailing or co-1 1 cats*, aa aold by the illicit veuder' I > I presents a tfockonlng fled of temp- JJ rations, avail though thou* convict- I a? laoe a tarn In the penitentiary. . was shown whan I>r. J, M. Whlthald. 1 city aoroaer and chamlat, yesterday. I J.| afternoon turned over jo the city I seriraant a lot af cocaine, tha retail U fj oner Whitfield staled thif'the actum1 ?1 wholesale valua of tha\ drug was 1i| about $700. Tha amounr\he turned-fl s oner to tha city sergeant >ras cap- H tufed In various raid* Us tv.lica- , Q imVf. Tnxav rnrvniiy, t ^ ?* II pf Whttilald safd that thia cocatna ! - la, h/ tha Illicit aalasman. retailed i I tor about 10 cants a "dack/haavhich i Is ona package. BiU contains from I | | ona to ona and a half drains. Tha I effect does not endure long and whan ' tha temporary "spree* i...

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Page SIXTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

^Ik'- '' I? ' WXTfeN i 'm" member Iff f pari mm back! real prohibition I . Declares That He Standi I "Tl&tfooted" For the Aboli| tion o fthe Liquor Traffic f - In British Isles. if ? Hy R ^rnmafoar. K.rst British I'rumbltlon M. P. : Hl *1 (Written for International Neva H ' Service.) t London. Pen I!.?The Prohlbltloi By Party that I represent stands "flat 1*.; * footed" for t?e abolition of the llquoi K traffic as a whole. That la why pSe ' represent it. I want Prohibition, bu I : * ? 1 w ant It to be thorouKh ? The o+rt temper ance part'ea war half-hearted Their attitude has be?i to aupport the ordinary political par tlea whose pollev is one of irranttnl licenses (tarrallr throuKhout thi B nation for the manufacture and salt I Hp * nUxleatlnir liquor and then t< t :moose taxation. 1ft These temuerance parties hare ac tuallv praised the Lord t'hancelloi BB for this method of limit nq drlni J am against nil drink whationer I regard It as the greatest barrlei to...

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Page SEVENTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

I NORMAL SCHOOL OBSERVES WEEK ' ___ I Prominent Educators At Har ' risonburg to Oeliver AdI dresses to Students. I Harrlaonbur*. X>?c. *. ? American Kducatloo Week b?i been obecrred I At UM Bute Normal School here, by K A aerie* of rtlWWW at tho aaaembly period* Tomer Senator. George N. Conrad. a member of the Virginia Normal School Board, and a resident of Harrisonburg. spoke Monday on ? "American CltUenship and - Patriotism. " 1? L. WIMlaiiw, a member of the State Board of Health, opoke Wednesday morning on ' Public Health and Bducetlon, and Priday morning, C. H. Koot. representative of Communlty Bert lee Incorporated, spoke on the ^Importance of Community Sere ^ rJha-Mn^a,* la lha name anally chosen (or the new student newspaper, the first copy of which appeared last Saturday, and which will appear .oa alternate Saturdays, the rest U of the echool year.- The Bret Issued W" hae had a >ery cordial raeeptloa and is said to dll' a long-felt need oa the 'IPS. ove...

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Page EIGHTEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

I CHANCE SIGNS T0~ I MANAGEREDSO) I ' Has Brilliant Reputation A; I Player And Field Vfl w Tor*. T>tr. 11. ? Vrank I.eRoy H> K.lwOO. former mo lingers of the ChiH> **Io Nationals and the New York r, American a. today alRned a contract to - ni uBiae the lh??ton American H [ Iaa?ue club for J923. K] ?>' Official announcement of the con ummatlon of the deal wia made by H V- H. Krazee, prealdent of the Red w w ii nuni ma >c w iotk onirt, UOII1 . Frute and Chance refused to reveal i details of the financial terms lait volved. President Kraiee. however, Stated that Chance'* salary would compare favorably with those of the highest paid managers in baschull. The Boston owner also said that ths enragrmrnt of Chance marked the first step In the reconstruct!?** of the Bed Sox. Every effort will he Mafia to strengthen the team by Mafia and -pftrc+i.-iei" tn order to make It a factor In future pennant races. Chaace will have full authority a...

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Page NINETEEN [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

RECORD MADE IN TAKING CENSU: Direotor of Bureau Deecribi the Work Aceompliehed During 3-Year Period. V kilUplBSton. XX c.. Doc. XI?In h annual report to U>? Moor*tery J ">o work aeooa.pllab*d by ih* Sural of the Ceneua uurm* tba threc-yei period a ad ad June lu, 1?S2. L>urln* thai period the Burai mad* its preparation* for tb* Sou taantb pacennial Canada, which coi urad thV aubjacta of population. *gr culture (including Irrigation ai draining). manufactur*a, and tnia< and auarrlM (inciuudlng oil and si walla;; conducted ita field canvoaa, : tb? aourao of whioh appraaimata nu.fOO anumeratora . and a pool ugant* war* employed; and compel^ and pfaparod for publication th* cai ua raaulta. which In final form w| a fill 11 quarto volume* bavins .--iari g regit? of 12,MM pagea. .ptttfPfi tha prosraga of tht woi all the Iw Hdamaniar alalia ticiai v MAP da tailed figure* war* pnbllahi a bullet! na or advasaa ataumant and by June PP. 1*22, lb* laat ...

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Page TWENTY [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

H[' BNrl 1 L TWBifry . ^ I A PRESEN1 B ' 1" "I v B ^Bftr ' ' &1" B WORLD NEWS J I QowtMatf adrrrtiain* rale* To I In* ?WnWi| won)* to tk* Ua* f M*Jw eiaaalflad Mo p*r lark. B B - AM dawiam alrertialnr ttrlctly r **ak to odrancr laiJtl eaab ratra to laov-tana ad B MMim hi application B > Ca*k Butt accompany all ont-of R town order*. *: MlodaaaiUceiloo* not permit tad. ~ Bw cota or b?a>y Mocfeifaced typ* ^K'. - pnokln AM odvarttacmeat* muni rracb tb* btulnaa* offlc* by 8:90 p m for publication next tnomlnc: Saturday* K I far t p a ) PHONE 3142 ir - ? ti, CHRISTMAS GIFT ^ SUGGESTIONS ? p 'rL GIKTS FOB HKR. BICYCLES?1" nrr\!fs^ix: rtj piedr-a at ur Icaa than half prtc* I'nlltO Loan C?-. JO South JcHrraou Street. pR*' * wis CANDY ? Noma or SamnMl in tilft l arkacra R PtKad m>m unr to Ore dullara. Amott a Clrmr Co . 1Q4 w. Campbell Arr 7024 lMJCCTKIC CLE A N E K--Th* Rojr a 1 Clniitr > It* UUl Idral to Iraaen the houarhold labor*,- f...

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Page TWENTY-ONE [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

| YOUR H I How to Bring To Some Very] By ROYAL S. CO Commissioner of Hesi \J. S. Senator-Elect fr< A MONO the moat common of huma pain from burns and scalds. Me ^vmnaf laro* caning iron*, there art innumerabte wny% of meet!: comfortable experience.. i The atriotutMM of a burn depei and tha extent of the aurface involved, patient and the part of the body dami .Very eld peraona and vefjr young d likely to suffer badly even from mod aft Not only is the immediate outco bat also the secondary effects qf a bui exceedingly grave. Infection, due to c< I treatment ef tha barn, or laUr from i * tion and Meed polaonlng. ) If there >e extenalva Involvement of (bo tkla nrfketi Ik* patient may wffer'fram dtct III Hf die. I If. tha bead. ehtl< or abdomen are | taOji befoed the braih er Internal efnun may be Involved. If th# burn In net extenelve, the chief eooeMeration la tbd relief of pain. To thle end the air ahonM be excluded. Almeat I* nay local meas...

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Page TWENTY-TWO [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke World-News — 12 December 1922

W fwtNTY.TWO I | y The Investor,, '< I Mptt kNTtrdflrdlHi la Aafclurf I 'f kf (A?ta? AlltallM fa I >? (ironflx*! Hairs, I R*' BMaHAra, latrrrat I Dalra. I f . Moat Investor* have brrn tali ovar ??d ovar again that diversification la P JlA tUcnra nf ??.tir.<1 ln\ritm?nt. end f?o It la. but surprisingly few appear to undtriUnil all tbat la ln' volved by It. J1 r i * r diversification to a difficult achievement, because there are ao many ends to be kept la mind. In striving for one. It Is aaaji to lose another, So scientific a task la this balancing of Issues to a Into a particular Investment list. If done best to safeguard principal that It Is uaually advisable -to seek council from older heads In the field. Of course every Investor has his Individual problems. but these will per excuse him for failure to set ap tti iifunf! ? |imsiii'e?rumtdnatlons appropriate to the eltuatloh. ' alktrlbutlon of funds among aecurlt" tloa backed hy different concerns, a...

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