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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 September 1940

Saturday, sIept. 2i«t, ,1040 THE DENISON PRESS DENISON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MUHHAT September 21, 1878 iOharles Muller, a colored man, about 24 years of age, was liter- ally ground to pieces under the wheels of an H. & T. C. train, about a mile and a half south of town. The head was so horribly manged that it was impossible to identify him. Only from his hat anil a bit of cloth from his shirt was it possible for parties who knew him and for whom he had worked to tell who the unfortun- ate man was. He had bene em- ployed for the past three weeks in the blacksmith shop of C. C. Dod- son, who speaks in the highest terms, as an industrious and well- behaved negro. An old decrepid man giving his| name as Henry Porter, was picked1 up in an insensible condition on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad track near the refrigera- tor works last night. Porter claims that he was knocked down by tramps and robbed; but as there are no marks of violence visible on his person, the suppo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 September 1940

SB.'. j. PAGE FOUR THE DENISQN PRESS SjATUBDAY, rffiiPT. 21st, i040 SOCIETY NOTES Phon* Your Society Newi To SOD Miss Marie McElvaney Bride Of Dr. Holmes In a beautiful ceremony to be book. performed at 5 o'clock this after- Wedding Trip noon at Waples Memorial church For her going awty costume, Miss Marshall Marie McElvaney the ibride will change into a lend, will ibecdme the bride of Dr. Wil- blue sheer wool with bronze c'aspj iiam G. Holmes, with the Rov \ fasteners. Her hat will be biaek, Guy D. Buff of La Grange, offici- with a veil, and her jihoes and otg ating with the rirug reremony. | will be b'nck suede. Hor cor- The altar will be banked with sage will be wht'o gardenias, ferns and baskets of white chry -] After a wedding trip to II iUS- r.nthemums, and the bridal aisle ton and Galveston the couple will be marked with wihite satin' will reside in Dfniaon. bows. Mrs. Ralph Johnson, or-' Out of Town Guests fanist, will play a short program Among the out of town guesti of bri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 September 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Light rains and warms today and Tuesday THE DENISON PRESS rirwufshbd pAjfly, kkcept SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp DAILY NEWSPAPER 36c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, SEPT. 28rd, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAJLY 1934 VOL. 7—NO 78 Hitler May Move Activities To Mediterranean S3 Children Lie When r Germans Torpedo Boat A NORTHERN PORT IN ENG- LAND, Sept. 23—The torpedoe- ing of a British refugee liner en route- to Canada with a loss of 294 lives including eighty-three of the ninety-six children aboard, was revealed today when horror-stun- ned survivors were landed front a warship. Babies were tossed into the sea and other children died linptering deaths of exposure before the eyes of their mothers and helpless men in storm-tossed lifeboats, several of which were swamped. The torpedoeing, presumably by a German U-boat, occurred about 10 p. m. last Tuesday, 600 miles off the British coast. In all, 112 survivors were land- ed here to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 September 1940

THE DENISON PRESS E*Uibll*h d In 1M( Telephone No. 100 Of tie* of Public* Hon 807 W. 11*1* LeWOY M. ANDERSON, ........ Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Sup't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. 0. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday [ National advertising representative Inland News* paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,KChi 'ago, 111. Dedicated to elean and responsive goveramen } ' to individual and civic integrity; to individual anc' civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Preaa will be givi i advertisers desiring blind addreaaaa. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week lit One Month Sic Three Months via advance) 90c Six Months (in advance) f 1.76 One Year (in advance) $3.60 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person* having telephone listed In their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill • !*. presented. 10 per cent will be added on unpaid private account? after 80 days from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 September 1940

MON|>AY, SEPT. 2>3rd, 1940 THB DENISON .PRESS DEN1SON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO By DUL-GE MURRAY September 23, 1878 P. R. Goldsby, doctor in charge of the pest house at' Colbert, Sta- tion, Indian Territory, states that the .latest whim of the county quarantine officers was manifest- ed in putting off a quantity of oysters on ice, at Colbert, for fear of yellow fever Infection. Our county quarantine is nothing more that a county fifce. The officers having no jurisdiction in the In- dian Territory, they cannot put off passengers nor stop freight north of Red River, and as soon as passengers and freight have cross ed the bridge they are in the county und consequently not sub- ject to quarantine regulations. This is the fact in a nutshell. The Board of Trade meeting lust night waB welt attended, by our business men. Among the matters of interest that came up for discussion was the Cotton Fair to be held in this city, October 3. .Will Bennett pressed its claims and importance before the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 September 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, SEPT. 23rd, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Newt Phon# Your Society Engagement Revealed At Sunday Afternoon Tea The engagement and approach- ing marriage of Miss Annabeth Wallace and Lex James was re vealed at a Sunday afternoon tea, given by Mrs. Lloyd Goodin and Miss Elizabeth Groves, at the Goodin home, 1315 W. Walker, honoring Mrs. John Conditt, a recent bride. Guests registered in the guest book, which they supposed was for Mrs- Conditt, the former Misa Sylvia Neef, but later tiny new* papers, containing the engagement announcement, were passed', and then the guest book was given Miss Wallace. Mrs. Goodin and the bride- elect shared honors during the afternoon, and Mrs. Ralph John- son played a selection of piano numbers for their entertainment. Receiving with Mrs. Goodin arc Miss Groves were the two honor- res. In the diiminer room were Mrs. David G. Platter, Mies Elayne Meador, 'Miss1 Clari*"? Johnson and Miss Ethel Neef. Mrs. Conditt's marriage w < ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 September 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair today and Wednesday THE DENISON PRESS rVHJSHED PiASLY, KKCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNt^ DAILY NEWSPAPER 35c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS {TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 79 Axis Powers Set Stage For Total War ri vi everday Denison Is 68 Years Old; Began Indo-China denlson i y/je Magic Wonder With Growth By LOUIS ANDERSON " " . . Today, September 24th, in the Thrilling was the word for the birthday anniversary of Denison. long string of army trucks, light ThU| dty was born tQ thfi wwld \ r artillery, niorp than 1)enison has ever seen before. The guys went through the eity so fast you couldn't find out from whence they came or where they are bound. Some said they were from Missouri, bound for Camp Ilulen Texas ... A fpw of the hugi trucks with covered artillery pieces following, were almost as og doing things exactly sixty-eight years ago amidst a celebration and general jubilee t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 September 1940

mm I THE DENI80N PRESS (TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1940 — ■■ " —- a rue THE DENISON PRESS EataiblUhad in 19St Telephone No. 100 Off lev of Publication 007 W. M*l* LeWOY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Sup't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON .... Ctty Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News* Paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,'►Chi cago, 111. Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen } to individual and civic Integrity; to Individual autf civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Praaa will be flvi i advertisers desiring blind addre—es. "subscription rates One Week Jne Month Three Months tin advance) (Six Months (in advance) ... One Year (in advance) ... l«i Mc 90. — 11.76 >8.61 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persom having telephone listed Id their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when bill ii, presented. II per cent will be added on unpaid private account fter 30 days...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 September 1940

^ . {TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1940 THE DENIS0N PRESS DENLSON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY September 24, 1878 The sixth unniversary of our beautiful city was duly celebrated by a grand ball at the Alamo ho- tel. At an early hour last night the facade of the hotel was illumi- nated by numerous Chinese lan- terns, presenting a very pleasing view, and soon thereafter the in- vited guests began to arrive. In- vitations had been issued to num- erous parties from abroad anil quite a number of them honored our anniversary with their pres- ence. The spacious ball room was soon thronged with fair ladies and gallant gentlemen and about 10 Bte.-. o'clock dancing commenced and continued until a late hour. The music furnished by ' Professors Werner, Gnase, Macusezahl and 'Rosenburg was excellent. Died, Sunday, the 22nd, at 1 p, m. after an illness of nearly three months, Mrs. Mollie iDaugherty, aged 80 years, wife of D. T)augh- rty of this city. , Mr. Boss of the Lone Star Mills, received an orde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 September 1940

(TUESjDAY, SEPT. 24. 1940 THE DENISON PRESS PAGE FOUR SOCIETY NOTES Phon# Youi Socittj News To 00 Miss Kohfeldt Receives Junior Delphians Monday LIBRARY BOARD TO SPONSOR BOOK FAIR IN DECEMBER In order lo expand its inter- est*) to include all the people of the city and as a means of pro- viding unusual entertainment for thuni, and at the sahne time bene 1 fitting, the library, nvembers of the library board, of which Ford Seale is president, have planned to hold a Book Fair here early In tDeceanlber. I Members -of the board, and representatives from each of the civic, lousiness and culture oluW of the city met last night «.t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Georf;i 0. Knaur, 1211-6 W. Gandy, and set up a working organization, ;'nd made plans to carry out the project and the tentative date ofi ♦ he fair was set for December 4, 5, and 6, immedi:>telv follovr-1 ing National Book Week. Mrs. Don Brit was named co-chairmt.n with 'Mrs. .Knaw, and they will immediately anoint chairmen of the many...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 September 1940

' WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair and cooler today and Thursday ftrBUSHKIj otaLY, EKCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEf> DAILY NEWSPAPER 55c PEE MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WED., SEPT. 25th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 80 Pacts With Germany Aim At United States e™ay "DeGAULLE PURGE Durant DENLSON _ BY PETAIN GOVT. Sees An influx Hy I.OUIS ANDERSON This corner and Paul Tooley have their crosses to bear and pretty big ones at that. When (Denison high lost to Greenville last week in an "upset" every sports writer in District 5AA began shooting Bronx cheers down Deni- son way. Latest is Bill Woodside in the Paris. News who comments that ye local scribes were just try- ing to alibi the Jackets with the VICHY, Prance, Sept. 25—Ai-,Gaulle and British forces in the leging that Gen. Chas. De Gaulle's naval attack on Dakar, underground Free French move-) The court-martial was created ment is spreading throughout at the request of Minister ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 September 1940

THE DENISON PRESS WEI)., SEPT. 25th, J940 WED THE DENISON PRESS Eat&bllihcd tn 19St Telephone No. S0« Office of Publication 607 W. Maim LeH/0 Y M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical S'Jp't. LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland News* paper Representatives, Inc., Wrifley Building,'"Chi 'ago, ni. Dedicated to clean and responsive goveramen J to individual and civic integrity; to Individual anc civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Oare Deniaon Preaa will ke fW' i advertisers desiring blind addresaea. SUBSCRIPTION lAtES One Week , _______ lfc ■.toe Month Sic Three Months ^in advance) 90c Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) $1.76 $3.6(I CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from pereons hnving telephone listed in their own name and up- on agreeing to remit when billb. presented. It per cent will be added on unpaid private account* ifter 80 days from 'date of firs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 September 1940

WED., SEPT. 25th, 1940 THB DENISON PRESS m ■ I DEN1SON 62-50 35 YEARS AGO By DULCE MURRAY September 25, 1878 McCarthy & Co., have made eX' cellent preparations to fight fire in their buildinR. They have sev- eral galvanized iron reservoirs placed 011 the roof, which will' hold, altogether,' between forty uhd fifty barrels of water. In the rear of the building is a large eis-! ten supplied with water collected from the roof in time of rain. The reservoirs are filled from this ex- tern by a force pump. In case of fire the roof can be flooded, and the water used for the purpose will be conveyed back to the cis- tern to be used over again and again as long as required. There is also connected with the reservoirs a pipe leading into the building, to supply water for use in the store, and to this pipe a hose can be attached to take the water to any portion of the building. A hundred and fifty feet of hose is kept convenient for an emergency. The weight of the column of water is suffic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 25 September 1940

r, < w PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS SOCIETY NOTES Pbon* Your Society News To 800 W. B. A. Honors Several Members At Luncheon Nine members of the Gate City Review, No. 17. Women's Bene- fit Association were nameti hon- orees' at a luncheon given toy the organization, in the private dini.yr room of the Eat Well Cafe, Tu« day at one o'clock. The honored were celebrating tlheir birthdays which had occurred during the preceeding three months. Mrs. K. Karchmer, president of the club, gave a welcoming ad- dress to mehnbws and guests, and the honorees were Mesds.mes Jul'a Curry, Walter Smith, J. C. Bush, Hazel Jackson, Gertrude Rader, Lela Perry, Guy Gillisrpie, Lillisl Jennings and Miss Juanita Mober- ly. Gifts were presented the birth-l day celebrants by the Review. Mrs. Karchmer presided over the re^ub.r (business session of the lodge wWeh was held later in the W. 0. W. hall. -BRIEFS- A. F. Henry of ©alias is vit' iting his mother, Mrs A. Henry ;>nd his sister, Mrs. Virgil Clev enge...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 September 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Fail and cool today and Friday The Denison rVBOWEI) DiAJLY, KKCKPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNE? DSA1LY NEWSPAPER 6c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS., SEPT. 26tih, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1834 VOL. 7—NO. 81 British Admit Dakar Incident Is "Fiasco" McCORMACK NAMED SPEAKER OF HOUSE WASHINGTON, Sept. 20— John W. McCorniack, 48-year-old Massachusetts new dealer and strong third-term advocate, was named majority leader of the House Wednesday night at a dem- EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON • - - • A couple of the boys here al- most scared your correspondent to | Heath this morning by asking that 'we hold a $20 bet until the Sher- j, men game with t)enison. Twenty bucks to a newspaperman is a lot of money, even unto not trusting himself . . . Most difficult job at the Press: threading one's way through the maze of high school boys standing around the front . . . Bob Hope was the first No. 1 comedian to return to the air for t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 September 1940

THE DENISON PRESS JIIURS., SEPT. 26(ii, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS ments to make a race that promised the de- feat of Mr. Roosevelt. They wanted to defeat the president above all else, it was told the promoters when the Republicans met that man was placed in the picture at the proper time of the convention in the SBEft Issued Dally Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newin paper Representatives, Inc., WrigWy Building,v Chi go, 111. Dedicated to clean and responsive governmen } ♦o individual and civic Integrity; to individual mat civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Press will be glv i advertisers desiring blind addreaaea. SUBSCRIPTION EAtKS Eatwbliahed In 1 M Telephone No. 106 Olliea of Publication 807 W._ LeWDY M. ANDERSON _ Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Sup't LOUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor! . J. O. ROLLIS Business-Advertising Manager person of Mr. Willkie. It will be recalled how the news stor ios played tfiim as a miracle of politics who h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 September 1940

THURS., SEPT. 26Kli, 1940 THE DENIS0N PRESS |||i I I I I ; a FOOTBALL Tomorrow Mite MUNSON FIELD 8 P. M. SHARP mm 1940 SCHEDULE 1940 Sept. 13—Sulphur Spring!, There (Sulphur Spring. 18, peniton 24) Sept. 20—Greenville, There (Greenville 27, Deniton 7) Sept. 27—McKinney, Here Oct. 4—Graham, Here Oct. 11—|To Remain Open Oct. 18—Bonham, There Oct. 25—Sherman, Here Nov. 1—-Sun.et (Pallet), Here Nov. 8—To Remain Open Nov. IS—paine.ville, There Nov. 22—Tech (Ft. Worth) There Nov. 29— ^parit, Here m We're Behind \ ou JACKETS BEAT McKlNNEY! 1940 SCHEDULE 1940 Sept. 13—Sulphur |prin|i, There (Sulphur Springe 18, Deniton 24) Sept. 20—GV-eenville, There (Greenville 27, |Deni.on 7) Sept. 27—McKinney, Here Oct. 4— Graham, Here Oct. 11—(To Remain Open Oct. 18—Bonham, There Oct. 25—Sherman, Hare Nov 1—Sun.et (pallet), Here Nov. 8—To Remain Open Nov. 15—Gaineaville, There N-ov. 22—Tech (Ft. Worth) There Nov. 29—Caiit, Here DENISON YELLOW JACKETS . vs. McKlNNEY The Cooperation of the following civic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 26 September 1940

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS THURS., SEPT. 26tti, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES New* Phon« Society Miss Louise Stipe <„ Honors Miss McGee With iihower Party Miss Louise Stipes entertained with- a beautifully appointed party and' miscellaneous shower last night at her home, 817 W. Morton, honoring Miss Ruby Mc- Gee who is to be married Sunday to Ray Coonrod. Rose buds from the hostecs' garden featured the decoration used and a bowl of the roses on a mirror reflector centered the luce'covered dining table. Other bowls of roses were placect throughout the entertaining roorrVs. After the opening of gifts, table games were played for di- version, and prizes went to Mrs. H-issell Holder and Miss Virginia S'wink. A refreshment course of ice cream and angel fo" 1 cake was served eruests. Miss McGee is the daughter .if Mrs. W. B. Price, 429 E. Gandy, and Mr. Coonrod is thesoi^ofl 'Mr. 525 W. Sears Their engageme .tl was announced by Mrs. tieorgc| Clark, foster mother of the brid'!-, elect, at a party...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 September 1940

V o WEATHER DENWON AND VICINITY Fair and warmer today and Saturday THE DENISON PRES FWBUBHKD D^JLY, BKCBPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWN Eft DAILY NEWSPAPER S6c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPT. 27fli, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 82 Japan, Germany, Economic Pact EVERDAY 'iDiscovery Of DENISON ** Wells Greater Uy LOUIS ANDERSON m • The Duke of Paducah, Whitey Ford, refers to Reno as the city where the cream of the nation goes to get separated . . . Then he tells a good one about the peacher who, after a sermon, was shaking hands with his flock. He asked an elderly lady "Glory, we're all going to heaven, don't you want to go Sister Lumpkin? ' • She shot back: "Well, if this is * going to be a wholesale excursion, to hell with it" . . . A940 is a year of apparent tradition breaking ties. First FDR seeks a third term In the white house, then Texas A. & M. seeks a second straight term in the southwest conference . . . Prediction: afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 27 September 1940

THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, SEPT. 27'ifli. 1940 I THE DENISON PRESS KatublUhed la 11>M Teluphone No, 10# Office of Publication 697 W. kilt LeROY M. ANDERSON Editor LeROY M. ANDERSON Jr Mechanical Sup't. I.OUIS V. ANDERSON City Editor J. O. HOLLIS Business-Advertising Manager Issued Daily Except Sunday t National advertising representative Inland News- paper Representatives, Inc., Wrigley Building,*Chi cago, 111. Dedicated to clean and responsive goveraiuen * m Individual and civic integrity; to Individual am' civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Press will be giv> i advertisers desiring blind ad drone. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Week Jtie Mototh _ l'bree Months <in advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) .. Its - S < 00< 11.71 $8.61 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person) having telephone listed In their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bilT>k presented. It per sent will be added on unpaid private account lifter 30 days from da...

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