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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 May 1923

Vf V ! 1 M A CHAMPION OF JUSTICF f'j re? ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE DISnNCIWE IN SERVICE A MJ5bNUK vt tfurb ; r.und.d by W. - t. TA Republican Party It The Ship All Else Is The Sea." Fred Douglas. ..- VOL. XXX. NO. 80. THK DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 26 1923. PRICB FTTH C-NTt M ill I I H a Letter From Secretary of President De- clares President's Position Unchanged on Tuskegee Personnel. Stories in Daily Pa- pers Caused New Exchange of Letters. New York N. Y- May 26. Re- ports that the Tuskegee Hospital for Colored war veterans at Tus- kegee Alabama would be opened with a white director and white doc- tors despite the assurance from President Harding that It was to be manned "completely" by a Colored personnel has led to a new ex- change of letters between the Na- tional Association for the Advance- ment of Colored People and Mr. Christian President Harding's Sec- retary. On May 12 the following letter was sent to the White House in Washington by Herbert J. Selig- mann Director...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 May 1923

THE DALLAS EXIRESS PALLAS TEXAS SAT1TIDAY MAY 20 1023. niarn imimi i fa;ri two Physician at National Capi- tol Questions Statistics on EflVet of Northern City Life on Negroes Declares Northern Death Rate Lower. (Continued from page 1) the General Conference at Des Lacy Mrs. Luella Jones and dauuh- Moines in 1920 was in our Judg-jter Nera formed a motor party to ment the greitest recognition ever .Henderson last Friday and attend- the Negro race in our uis- u i"e n"u"n . J. AUBUn euicriaiueu lut) Hiuuun- given to tory. As lnemhers of the M. E. church we have never been so contented m i .nr hllVA il . ii son om b excellent menu was served: an tlng class last Friday evenlwt at the home of bis daughter Mrs. J. E. Warren North Border avenue. pro race is that the actual Increase iu life expectation at birth has been 7.6 since 1900 for males and 7.2 for females. In states with more than 5 per cent Negro population the 1920 expectations at birth were 46.25 for males and 45.38 for fe- males....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 May 1923

if THE DALLAS EXPRESS PAIXA8 TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 26 123. o ill TEXHS . TOWNS I where she was a visitor. Mr. and Mineral Wells. A great Annl- a very enjoyable time with Mme.j Sunday from McAllater Okla. versary was hem last week at the 'Bess Lugrant as hostess at the rest- Miss Louise Lawson has returned ' Mr J. Ross and mn Flrst Baptist church by Rev. M. dence of Mr. and Mrs.Chas. Young I from Denlson. Rev. D A Butler 'Miss Matlene motored to H?.rna T. Talley and his loyal members after the routine of business the j was out of town Sunlav ..Sll.vS FTI '? J 2?' tw mM4 Nii. warn 1tlAl fwtln 1 - o - w unv? AU uiccnus i"' 1UW buuu mg ore Mission convention at Tv- celebratlng his 8th anniversary. Mr. and 'Mrs. Bural Kemp of Mt. Pleas ant left Sunday for El Paso where they will make their future home Mrs. F. Smith of Sherman who has been In the city for her health was visited by her son Mr. J. Lane of Dallas who motored here Friday. She left Sunday for her home ac companied by her .husban...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 May 1923

ran a roc'R THE PALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATOtDAY MAY 26 1083. I HE PALLAS EXPRESS MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday moraine (a the year at 2600 Bwl Avenue cy Vnifi DALLAS RXPRK.HS PPHLISHIKQ COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texas. FOREIO ADVERTISING HEPRB- SEKTATITKi W. B. 7. Iff roatpaay. 08 Saatfc Dear- awa Stre( (Menus. III. W. R. .Iff Omaany. 404 Brl finlldlBK lie Raat Naaaaa Street Ret Terk. If. T. Entered at Post Office at Dallas "xan a second-claHi matter under Act of ConKreas March 1871 THE DALLAS EXPRESS SUBSCRIPTIONS VH ADTAKCE. One Year Pi i Months Three Monlha. Single Copy ..$2.25 1.25 . .75 .05 KOTICB TO TUB PUBLIC. Affiv nrpnnfinilll reflection UDOB the character standing- or reputation of any person -nrm or corporation wmcu anay appear In the columns of The Dallas Express will be gladly cor- rected upon Its being brought to the attention of the publishers. THE DALLAS EXPRESS has never hoisted the whit feather neither has it been its-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 May 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 26 J923. Vaz ft TEXAS TOWNS Mneola. Sunday School wag well attended at the C. M. E. church last Sunday after which the pastor Rev. W. M. McCallety preached a great sermon. Miss Alberta Arnold who has been attending K. T. A. finish- ed this year and returned home last Thursday evening Sunday School was well attended at the A. M. E. Church last Sunday after which the pastor preached. Mrs. J. R. Holt Miss Hattie Holt and Miss I. Rickard who went to Tyler to attend the commencement exercises returned last week. Mr. Andrew Davis Jr. who has been attending North Texas Normal College at Den- lson reports having had a nice school year. Mrs. Jeff Jackson of this city left last Sunday for Denison last week. Sunday school was well at- tended at St. Paul Baptist church last Sunday after which L. R. Wal- ton reviewed the lesson. Miss Al- berta Arnold graduate of E. T. A. and Mr. Andrew Davis of N. T. C. were visitors. Sunday School was well attended a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 May 1923

riot THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 26 1023. 1 T TT. ' Mouses Who Can Serve You Better. 4' 0 cl-1 1 outs. PKW.INKVr TK.TANS ATTKND l.Tl:It RACIAL .XHJNCIL IX 1AILAS. iHiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiniDiiiiimiiiioiiiiiniiiiiaiiimniiiiaiiiiiiiiii Lust Prldi- Dallas was (traced with the presence of several leading Tcxans who were In attendance upon the Te.vas Inter-ractal Commission which hold a ono day session at the City Temple. Between meetings these gentlemen in a Party visited Washington High School and other local points of interest. Among the members of the Iarty were Dr. A. N. I'rtnce Sher- man; Dr. M. W. Dogan. Marshall: Prof. S. W. Johnson. Houston: Prof. J. D. Kyan Houston; Dr. J O. Os- borne. Prairie View: I'rof. A. E. Holland Wichita Falls: Dr. J. N. JMrvln Hawkins; Prof. S. W. Hous- ton Huutsville. The Party was di- rected by Secretary E. L. Gordan State Secretary. V..M. C.J A. Is HUFF'S MARKET & i GROCERY. Corner Swiss and Central 1 FULL LINE OF Groceries ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 May 1923

tack srcvrNi CHICKEN DINNER WITH ! LMuiioiMiiuiiiimuHiumiDiuiiiuiiuounm t - ...n.u..u..ilrliliiil riiin.iiMULEiiiiiiiiiiiMniiminiiiiaiiiuiaimaimiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaitimiiiniaimiiuiiiiai HitiiiiiiDiiiiiiuiinaiMNiuiuiauiuiitiniaumuiiiiiaiumuiuiaiiuiiuniiniuHmiwoiiruMJiMiaiiiiiniiiiioiiiiiiiiuiiauiiiiiiiiiu Insure With InnuiBiiiiiMranimuuira ' LONE STAR MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION Pay Death Claims in 12 Hours THE DALLAS EXTOESS DALLAS TEXAS. SATURDAY MAY 23 1028. P M ill B 5 B fX TV mm s g s Sis Served by The Business Women's Social Art And Charity Club AT THE HOME OF MRS. F. A. BRYAN 2022 Bryan Street JUNE 6 1923 ua u mm Reliable Agents Wanted J a g Home Office: 818 GOOD STREET PHONE H-2541 'niiiiiiiiiiiniiiitiiiiiiiniiimiiHMDmii LiiinniiiioiiuiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiimiiDuiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiniiniiniiiiiwiiiiniiBiim hlllllllllDHIUIIIIIIinilllMIMUIHIIllllBUIIOimilHHIininUlllllIIDmraiamOISimnBIWJIPIiniiliilllumiHuiBiiimnimiamitHiii wuiiiuamininiaiHiinniEjiiHHi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 26 May 1923

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 June 1923

- 1 I ALWAYS PROGRESSIVE i DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE A CHAMPION OF JUST1CF 'fi- ll r i 4 r.unded by W. B. Kim. TA Republican Party It The Ship All Else It The Sea." Fred Douglas. VOL. XXX.NO. 81. THE PALLAS EXPRESS PALLAS TEXAS SATCRDAY JVKE 2 1923. PRICa FITS CEIITH 1 Only Three Others Honored as Was Only Negro Officer of Rank of Colonel Whose Remains Shipped From Liberia Were In- terred in Arlington Cemetery. Arlington Va.. June 2. Wed- nesday. Decoration Day. the nation paid reverent tribute to Its soldier dead and on Friday just two days later the United States Army the state of Ohio and numerous organi zations throughput the country nem solemn service and performed the last sad rites for Col. Charles Young the only Colored man to at- tain that rank In the U. S. regular army and the lateBt of the race toi be graduated from West Point. He died in Africa In January 1922. partly because or aisappoimmem suffered In 1918 when his physical disability alone his friends say kept him from co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 June 1923

fhCK TWO THE PA IX AS KXritESS DALLAS TEXAS SATTODAY JVNE 2 1923. Cel. Clias. Young Honored by t!:? Nalioa at Internment in Ii;onal' Cemetery. (Continued from page 1) the War Department shows that Col. Young wus graduated from West Point Academy in 1889 was at- tached to the 9th and 10th Cavalry and the 4 5tb Infantry and was re- tired with the rank of Colonel for disaliility in June 1917. During his long career In the Army he nerved in campaigns acainKt Indians in the fnr west in the Spanish-American War the I'hillippinea' insurrections; niili the punitive expeditionary forces la Mexico in 1916 and 1917; Trinity attended high school com- mencement here last week. Several carloads of our folks ac- companied the base ball team to I'help last Friday to attend the pic- nic under management of Profs. W. E. and K. H. Holoman. They listened to a speech by I'rof. J. W. Hogg of Crockett and yelled them- selves hoarse because our boya took the big end of the base ball game. Miss Tannie Lucil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 June 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JTJXE 2 1928. V.(1K TJIV.EK a TEXHS TOSaZNS .. ' . ...... .. it llyf f fff f TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTtTIf f ff f o Jacksonville The U. B. F. and S. M. T.'b held their annual Thanksgiv- ing service Sunday evening at Ben- son Chapel C. M. E. Church. After a very interesting program rendered by the stBters and brothers an excellent duet by Misses Pierce and Sims. Rev. C. H. Carter delivered the sermon which was inspiring uplifting and ele- vating and was enjoyed by the large crowd that heard him. After the services they marched their way to the big Garage hall where ice cream and cake were served to a large crowd. The losing exercises of the City High School were held at the Garage Aall Wednesday and Thursday nights to large crowds. Friday night marked the closing for the graduating exercises at the C. M. E. Church. Long before the hour for the program the spacious auditorium of Benson Chapel began to All with patrons and friends and visito...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 June 1923

T I t K PAI.IAS EM'ItKSS PALLAS TKXA S SATURDAY JUNE 2 1923. i 1 l ! TVY DALLAS EXPRESS IIEGROES FOR THE NEGROES. ; .'Hi uvirr L MfcMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS ASSOCIATION. Published every Saturday morning la the year at 2600 bwisa Avenue by fOB DALLAS EXPRESS PCBHSllWG COMPANY. (Incorporated) Dallas. Texaa. FOHKIO ADVERTISING REPRESENTATIVE! w. B. r.llt Company 608 Santa Dear- tttreel. CblciiK. 111. W. R. XI f Company 404 Mortoa raMdlnK 116 Fn.t Kasaaa atreet. Km lark. If. T. Kntered at Post Office at Dallas Tftxas ri secnnd-olana matter under Act of CoDKreaa. March 1871 THE DALLAS EXFBESS SUBSCRIPTIONS IX ADVANCE. 2.25 Three Months .75 Single Copy....-.... .05 Cue Tear. Six Months KOTICK TO TUB POBI.IO. Any erroneous reflection upon the character stnndlns or reputation of ny person - firm or corporation which sr appear in the columns of The Dallas Eipress will be Kladly cor- rected upon Its belnff brought to the attention of the publishers. IMPORTANT. Wo subscrlptlr.ns mailed for a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 June 1923

THE DALLAS EXPRESS DALLAS TEXAS SATIKUVY JINE 2 1023. 0 1.4 WHY EXPERIMENT? oi-irnr".." BRINGS BEAUTY Its Rare Goodness Never Varies PDRD Hair Preparations are amazingly effective in promot- ing a luxuriant growth of beautiful hair. PDRD Toilet Preparations pro- duce a lovely complexion a smooth velvety skin. PORO COLLEGE universally recognized as one of the Race's outstanding commercial institutions with its vast facilities for training and serving PDRD patrons reflects the genuine worth and superior merit of PDRQ Products and PDRD Treatments dispensed by PDRD AGENTS everywhere. Measured by results PDRD IS SUPREME! Try PQRQ and know its dowiv right satisfaction. PDRD IS SOLD BY PDRD AGENTS ONLY. If you do not know the PDHQ AGENT write us and she will call. I I I .A. I J it A ADDRESS TT J tt mh ft ponn college ft : TT H-liC f 4300 St. Ferdinand Avenue 4 11 if K f ST. LOUIS MO. U.S. A. H ft - t . DO itm ) ijfahrxio am v m MM id rrTiv a n nrtAitritTn U'1 i !' T' W & lAi A & W ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 June 1923

THE DALLAS KXPRESS PALLAS' TEXAS SATURDAY JUXE a 1923. Mouses Who Can Serve You Better. lUiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiiinii.'i.iuiiiiai'.tiiiuiihaiiUiiiiiiitQinim'miuuiiiiiii) t !;:;: j.iiii::.:1;'! ;'::ilH!':U n!i!lt!it)"l1:lll;lin;illrllli:iJlllllHll) i ANNOUNCING . I ncT.IILLAH'S CAFE TSte Cafe cf Service Your Cafe a in harmony with tho elite or Dallas and their beautiful costumes a veritable style show may bo Roen on Thurs- day Saturday and Sunday evenings. McMillan's Cafe has put on Its White Drews for the Summer; with Its electrlo breeze cooling system Its "Kool Kolorado" at Mack's where Fort Worth and Dallas are politely served to drinks and eats. "Mack" "the world wonder cafe man" feeds everybody all the time from every cliiue. 1 2413 Elm Street i I l u Next door to Palace Theatre s 1 6-2-tf I EL ' MiwmiiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiaiiMiiiiiiiiaiiHniiuiiaiiinwiiiiaiiiniiiiiiiaiuiiii NuiiiuiiioiiiiiiiiHiiaiuiiiiiuiKvuiiiiiiiiiisiiiiiitiiiiioiiuiuuiiiainHii TEXAS Greenville. Miss Johnnie V. Amos ard Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 June 1923

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 2 June 1923

THE DALLAS KXrilESS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNK 8 1023. Texas Towns Vi'nl- Rev. L. L. Holt was at hs pout; services were good and well ntti'ndfd. MrH. Charlie Clay caine in Saturday from HillHboro where she Attended the Sunday School. Mr. D. VI'. Gainings and Mr. Austin Odura attended thb V. B. V. annual sermon at Waco. .Sunday. Mra. L. Hollls has moved to West. Mrs. L. Hollis has moved to Went. Mrs. L. Person's tiiKfr of Waco was here Sunday. Mrs. Florence Miller went to Drake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nellie Ander- son went to Waco Saturday. Crockett- Mrs. H. Nathaniel and daui;bter . Eftle Marie and Mrs. E. L. JolniHon attended the commence- ment exercise of the Lincoln high school of Palestine Texas last Tues- day. May 22nd. Mrs. E. W. Wll- liamn and little daughter Naomi were dinner guest 0f Mrs.' Emma Mops last Sunday. Prof. F. J. Grant of fTrlnity was here last week on business. . A pleasing affair was the luncheon given by Mrs. A. L. Wiliums in hon- or of her pastor Dr. J. Johnson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 June 1923

I ALWAYS PROGRESSi-VE I DISTINCnVE IN SERVICE ' r-unded by W. H. King. VOL. XXX NO. 32. 1 La PYTHIAN JURISDICTION OF TEXAS RANKS FIRST AMONG NEGRO PYTHIANS OF THE WORLD IN NUMBERS AND FINANCE HAS TOTAL RESOURCES OF HALF MIL- LION AND NET GAIN FOR YEAR OF $83681.51. WILLIS AGAIN HEADS ORDER. L B. KINCHION VICE CHANCELLOR. Dallas was in the hands . of the Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias and the Grand Court of Calanthe of North America South America. Eu- rope Asia Africa and Australia dur- ing the past week. Mayor Blaylock threw open wide the city to the vis- itors and assured tnera at all times the latch-string to the city gates was on the outside and they had only to pull and enter. The Grand Lodge represents the wonderful progress made by the race during the past half century. They came from all Parts of the state and visitors from New York Illinois. Florida and Louisiana came to see the Grand Lodge and Grand Court about so much had been said and all declared in the language of Qu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 June 1923

THE B.UXA8 KXrUKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNK 9. 1023. j .-. "iJiii ' " n. i IIOwARD 7!iIS AT HAMPTON TRACK AND FIELD MEET. Howard ami Ilordi-ntown Win Relays and Carry Off Two Silver Ciiiw Apico fiourdin is jScclaI At- tr.utioii liyiNi of Lincoln Ilreaks Hai'toii liwonl for IliKh Jump and Makes Lest Individual Score. Hampton Va.. June 2. Howard University. Washington V. C made a score of 39 points in the second annual championship lnter-colleglate track and field meet which was held on Armstrong Field Hampton Institute with the sanction of the Colored Inter-collepiate Athletic As- sociation and thereby won the meet. Howard also won the relay race. This entitled the Washington com- petitors to carry off i two silver cups. Hampton Institute won second place by scoring 37 points; Lincoln University of Lincoln Pa. third. 32 points; Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute of Petersburg fourth 10 points; and Virginia Un- ion University of Richmond fifth. 8 points. i Bordentown Manual Tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 June 1923

THE DALLAS EIPRKSS DALLAS TEXAS SATURDAY JUNE 9 1928. PA OK Tint TEXHS TOiAiNS li it - -- -- -- -- -- - - I:." : ' - - - - rT--.-r-rTT-rT-rT-rTTTT-rTTT Htltl ft?f f tTTf tf TtlTtTTtf TttTTTTTTTTTTTT?TTTTT?TyTT?l I o 8 Rockdale. All Superintendents were at their post Sunday at 9:45 Sunday school was well attended. It was regular pastorlal day at Allen Chapel A. M. E. church and Spring- field Baptist church and the services ran high. Little Willie Lee Floyd re- cited the oration that she Is to recite at the Sunday School convention at Sealy Texas. We wish for her suc- cess. The commencement exercises were excellent last Monday night at New Hope Baptist church we receiv- ed a splendid lecture from Prof. B. Y. Aycock of San Antonio who was on program. Miss Geneva Cobbs was married to Mr. Moore at the home of the bride May 30 1923. Rev. A. B. Greene officiated. Miss Cobbs la one of Rockdale best girls and la loved by many we wish for her much hap- piness and joy. Mr. Moore Is said to be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Express — 9 June 1923

T TUB PAIJiAS EXrKKSS PALLAS TR.YAS SATURDAY 9 123. rUF LUXAS EXPRESS THE MAYOR ACTUALLY SPOKE V' ) ft MEMBER NATIONAL NEGRO PRESS . ASSOCIATION. Published evtry Saturday morning: la the year at 2600 BwUa Avenuo by VflS DALUli EXrilKXS PUBLISHING (Incorporated) Dalla. Texaa rOREIO ADVEIITISIWO BEPRB- W. B. Tltt Ompaay. MS Saatk Drr- fc Street C'b.cuK. Hi. W. K. ST.Iff "P"T. 404 Morta llilnK U Kaat . Mew lrk J t. Entered at Pot Offlca at Dallas Tea aa econd-claa matter under Act of Conarreaa. March. ll THE DALLAS EXTBESS subscriptions nr advance. On Tear. lx Months Three Months..- Btajzle Copy ..$2.25 1.25 .75 . .06 MOTICB TO THIS FUBL.IC Any erronemie reflection upon the haracter. tndlmj or reputation oT ny person firm or corporation which anar appear In the columns ofs The Dallaa Kxprena will be Rladly cor- rected upoa ltn belna- brought to the attention of the publlahera. IMPORTANT. Wo nubscrlptione nailed for a pe- riod lemi than three'Thontha. Payment 'r name must be 75 centa. T...

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