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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 October 1940

TUESDAY, OCT. 22nd, 1940 THB DENISON PRESS 1> Expand Restocking Program austin, Tex., Oct. ID—Trap- ping of deer, turkey and ants- loye by the Texas Game, Firfli und Oyster Commission will be on un even larger scale this year than it was last when a new all- time high in trapping und ro- i/tocking was reached in the Lone Star jitate- In addition, t^c Game Department through the use of federal Pittman-Robertaon fund's, is preparing to trap quail muskrats, racoon and possiivy several other kinds of game birds and animals, the executive secre- tary of the Department has an- nounced- Last year 25 antelope, 420 deer and 551 turkeys were trap ped und transplanted on areas .upon which the species of game suitable for the various area, upon which the species of gam once roumed. By the use of new and improved traps, the Game Department has high hopes of ia- stocking twice us many deer, turkey und antelope areas thi.i year as were replanted last year, when the deer trapping whs doubled. A ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 October 1940

PAGE FOUR PEASANT THEME Mrs. Turner Entertains For Daughter Mrs. Sam Turner, Jr., 910 W. Main, entertained Monday after noon with a juvenile Hallowee i party honoring her little daugh- ter Carolyn Marie, who was cele- brating her fifth ibirthuay. Tho birthday cake, gaily decorated with symbols of spooky witches and bats, was topped with five tiny candles, which the young atera extinguished as they made wishes for the happiness of the little honoree. Games suggestive of the ghost season were played on the law::, ano for special prowess in con- te.-'t.i, Bobby Morrison and Buddy Eden won prizes. Carloyn Marii received many lovely playthings from her friends. Those attending were Mi*zi TTip-don, Bobby Morrison, Buddy Eden, James, Clifton, Joan, Rose Marie and Anna Lois Weaver, Thomas Meitzen, Judy, Barbara C'hnrlene and Jimmie Lee Bras- well; Sydney Jennings, Doug- I-.k Johnson. .Dickey and Kenny Bidorider; Barlbara Davis, Ann For.<ha and Kay Branham. Others n* the party included Me...

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

.( WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy, warm today and Thursday THE DENISON PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNE^ OAILY NEWSPAPER S6c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS WED., OCT. 28rd, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 V.OL. 7—NO. 104 Slows Down German Attacks On Britain Japs Hate Escape Clause From Pact With Axis 1 ii - SHJANOK'YI, China, Oct. 23— Informants with excellent British connections today said that the Japanese have informed British Ambassador Sir Robert L. Craigie in Tokyo that the alliance among Japan, Germany and Italy has a secret escape clause, permitting each signatory to decide the con- ditions under which it will come to the aid of others in event they i' are attacked. The informants said the Jap- rnese were attempting to convince Sir Robert that further British efforts to come to an agreement with Japan are not useless, but they believed that so far the Brit- ish are viewing the Japanese ad- • vanee8 with considera...

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

WED., OCT. 23rd, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS VAGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS Established la 1 S« Telephone No. IOC Off lee of Publication 807 W. M&la Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newn paper Representatives. Inc.. Wrigley Building," Ch* cago, 111. ' J Dedicated to clean and responsive governnien } .o individual ami civic Integrity; to individual an<* civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Prees will >s ft* I advertisers desiring blind addr SUBSCRIPTION KATES Jne Wenk — **• Onie Month — ■■ ■- I'hrte Months vin advance) 00c Six Months (in advance) -—— I*-"* Or.e Tear (in advance) $3.60 on parallel lines, but one may wind up at a point tyhe antipodes of the other—it de- pends on those who plan the course of the train. A human being is not an automaton to be run along a track with no say as to w'hat his destination may be, but he may be the determined will back of if all to indi- cate where t|he train may go. This idea that young peo...

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

WED., OCT. 23rd, 1940 THE DENIS0N PRESS PAGE TERES k" COURTS I I II TEKNTH DISTRICT COWHt It. M CAUTEU. JIJDOK Nifrf Suit Filed Lillie (Davis vs. Myrth Davis, divorce. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. I.OY, .11JDGE Beer Docket The application of Jown W. Grover to retail beer at the Ter- race, in the 1700 block E st La- mar, Sherman, was refused Mon- day by County Judge Jake Loy after a petition of protest signed by 87 persons was filed. JULi ICE COURT 'Complaints Filed M. C. Kincaid, 43-year-old Sher- man man, is charged with forging a $2.00 check last Jun® 15 and passing it to Knox Tate, in a complaint filed before Jess Wall, justice of the peace. Kincaid was arrested by Deputy Sheriff F. O. Mangrum and is in the coiy>ty jail. Realty Transfer* Herbert E. Dickey to Mrs. Olive Jones, two irregular tracts in the H. T. and B. railroad company survey, $40, Oct. 10, 1940. B. F. Armstrong et ux to R. E. Armstrong, 70 acres in the H. Gist and J. MdDaniel surveys, f 1,« 000, Oct. 18, 1040. A...

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

PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS WED., OCT. 23rd, 1940 society notes Pbon* Your Soelat; Newt To SOV Spook Party Thrills Members, Friendship Class The basement of Trinity Mo+.h odiat ehurch last night resem- bled the dungeon of horrors ■when members of the Friend- ship class gathered for a Hallow e'en party. Life sized ghosts, ratfling skele- tons, bats and owls and black| coU framed the scene, and those in charge of arrangements and immunized against the offect of the scary objects, led the blind- folded guests through "Spoofc Alley" into the game room where games and contests suggestive o? Hallowe'en were placed- A brief business session was conducted and a refreshment course carrying out Hallowe'en theme was served to the fol- lowing: Mrs. N. E. Hightower, c'a-s teacher, Mesdames E. Lambert, A. E. Sollberg, Maud Hammock, Erin" Russell, G- E. S'etzer, G"U> Ruclcei*. T. E- Penn, W. W. Key, invited. Judge Suggs will speak on "Democracy." Miss Ollie Bird, president of the organiza- tion...

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

HMHfr ' V-'• • WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy today and Friday THE PRESS TdBUSHCD DAILY EXCSTT . SI/NO AY YOUR HOME-OWNEfl ttAILY NEWSPAPER 96c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, OCT. 24. 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 105 Spain May Reveal Axis Alliance; Hitler Returns riy, - EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON MEXICO SUPS ON RESTRICTIONS Best laugh: The Louisiana man, sentenced to 3 years for draft evasiin, first in the US this year, claimed he had constitutional rights, and that there was nothing In this nation worth fighting for. Evidently his constitutional rights were . . . Three years in the klink is something you can have . . . Another guy thought he could outsmart the government by going to another state to register, using, a fictitious name. The government caught up with him, now he faces three years . . . Even to first line democrats, the idea of some that to be funny is to egg Wendell Willkie, is irking. After a...

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

THE DENISON PRESS "AGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS Hataibll*h*d in 10S« Telephone No. >00 Office of Publication 807 W. Mais Issued Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland Newn paper Representatives, Inc., Wri*l y Building^Chi cago. 111. >4 Dedicated to clean and responsive govermueu ,j individual aud civic Integrity; to Individual anf civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Fr««s will be givi i *dvei ti.-ers desiring blind addr< lfc Uc 90c SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Wee* _ Jce Month — Three Months *ln advance) Six Months (in advance) One Year (in advance) $1.76 3.5(' CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from persow ht.ving telephone listed In their own name and up on 'igreeing to remit when bill >k presented. 11 per :ent will be added on unpaid private account) tftor 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by W a. be published the same day. wU CANCELLATIONS'must be received by 10 a. m in order to avoid publication in current ...

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

THURSDAY, OCT. 24, 1940 THE DENIS0N PRESS BEAT SHERMAN Yellow Jackets YEA JACKETS LET'S GO! Tomorrow Night MUNSON FIELD V*' (•> ^ Hit 'Em Hard JACKETS! 1940 SCHEDULE 1940 Sept. 13—Sulphur Spring*, There (Sulphur Springs 18, penison 24) Sept. 20—Greenville, There (Greenville 27, DenUon 7) Sept. 27—McKinney, Here (McKinney 6-Denlson 0) Oct. 4—Graham, Here (Graham 7, DenUon Oct. 11—Bonham, There (.Bonham 7, Deninon 19) Oct. 25—Sherman, Here Nov. 1—'Sunset (Dallas), Here Nov. 8—To Remain Open Nov. 15— painetvill*, There Nov. 22—Tech (Ft. Worth) There Nov. 29— Parit, Hera I DENISON FOOT w We're Behind Kou JACKETS BEAT SHERMAN! M 1940 SCHEDULE 1940 Sept. 13—Sulphur Spring*, There (Sulphur Spring* 18, DenUon 24) Sept. 20—Greenville, There (Greenville 27, Denison 7) Sept. 27—McKinney, Here (McKinney 6-Denison 6) Oct. 4—Graham, Here 4|Gr«ham 7, DenUon ;0) Oct. 11—O&onham, There (Bonham 7, DenUon 19) Oct. 25—Sherman, Here Nov 1—Sunset (pallai), Here Nov. 8—To Kemain Open Nov. 15—Gaines...

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

SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N«wa To too Newollah Fiesta Discussed At Reserve Meeting When the Denison high school Girl Reserves met in general session at the school Wednesday afternoon the Newollah Fiesta which is to.be hold at the end . f this -month, was the main 3ubjeot of discussion. Voting on csndi dates for the king and queei :>f Newollah, which has been going on ^'ith enthusiasm for sjn-.e time," revealed the standing of the many candidates in the running, and;-the list was. released todi y. A~ sing song,, led by l'omivie Derrick, Mary K. Morgan and Miss Mary Frances Wilson, op^n-l e<: the meeting which was pro- aided over 'by Jean Edmislon, president. Betty Jo Kelly led tlie devotional; Lyndal Armistead gave a reading; Shirley Jo Irwin and Alice Joy McDonald played several accordion n ambers and Fr'.nces Harlow led' .'he grjttp in prayer. With Peggy H"ss and Aymar Cater in the lead for king and quee i of Newollah the entire list of names reads: Dorothy Hawkins, Ra...

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

r WEATHER DENISON AND VICINfTY Cloudy and cooler today and Saturday THE DENISON PRESS PUBLISHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWNEp OAJLY NEWSPAPER 55c PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRfiDAY. OCT. 25th, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 10(5 Italian Planes Join In Attacks On Britain Denison Fire Chief Builds New Truck To Own Specifications f1 A "hot-shot" car to take the place of the chief's machine in the Denison fire department, wili be placed in service either today or Saturday. Built to sepcifications of Chief Pat Lowe, by the Steakley Motor company, the machine is the only one of its kind in this section of the nation, and gives Denison an- other notch towards the best equipped department in the south- west for its size. Constructed on a three-quarter ton chasis, the truck will feature i> 5)0 hone-power motor with four speed transmission and a power takeoff for operating pumps. The machine will be a three- way combination truck capab...

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

i":S THE DENISON PRESS CitiablUhid In 1M# Telephone No. SOt Office of Publication 007 W. Mala w Issued Daily Except Sunday not he would consider throwing this coun- try into war merely to aid Home for- eign nation On thisjhe stated quite clenrly that he would not under any circumstances go into war to give such relief and would take war only to those possession of America ill I order to protect them, and that under no National advertising representative Inland News, i circumstances would (he wage a War with '■Ito, £1epre',enUtive,• Inc" BuUding-CM |auy one unless they ' firgt attacked this country Dedicated to clean and responsive governnien • a> individual and civic integrity; to Individual anr civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Care Deniaon Frees will ke giv i advertisers desiring blind addri SUBSCRIPTION KATES He stated clearly we wanted no other people's territory and we were not inter- ested in anything but making this country safe to protect itself and and tihut this o...

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

FRIDAY, OCT. 25th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS ffclr*- paqe thueb COURTS I-ll'TBENTH DISTRICT COUKi It. M. CARTER, JUDGE Divorce* Grunted Taylor Judkins vs. Lois Judkins, divorce granted. FIFTY-NINTH DIST. COURT TOM SUGGS, JUDGE N<( Suit Filed Effie V. Planck vs. A. H. Planck, divorce.| GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE j. LOY. judge Nnw Suit* Filed Furst-McNess company vs. Joe Builey et al, suit on note. Realty Tranil'bri W. T. Rhodes e t ux to J. W. Lewis et ux, lots 8 and 9, Bel- mont addition to Denison, $200, Oct. 22, ,1940. Kate Poffenbaeh to F. R. de- Cordova south half of lot 6, block 9, Waldo's addition to' Collinsville, $'00, Jan. 31, 1940. Munson Realty company to W. B. Brooks, lots 14, 15 and 10, block 6, North Side addition to "Denison, $10 and other considera- tions not exceeding $2,500, Oct. 16, 1940. Marriage Licenie* J. W. Earnhart and Mrs. O. M. FValey Sadler. Automobile Regiitratiom Lester Gosdin, Denison, Dodge sedan. C. L. Boatman, Denison, Buick sedan. • J. P. Buck, Coll...

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

I PAGE FOUR THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, OCT. 25th, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES SoeUty Newt Pbom Your Dr. Freeman Talks On Diet For PTA At Raynal School Dr. Hon Freeman,. Deniajn x:hild specialist, talked on the im- portance of proper diet for the child at the regular meeting o* the /Raynal Parent Teacher Asso cnition yesterday in the school auditorium. Mrs. Jack MoKemy, president of the association pre- nided ovi-r the meeting. Dr- Freeman stressed the iro port.'.nce of vitamins in the di-t of the growing child, gave sig- nificant hints on the establish- ment of proper eating habits for the pre-school child, and their pu'seowent beneficial effects on iht> school child. t>r. Freema-i was introduced' by Mrs. McKemy, who then talked briefly about the Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers. During the bus'- ne=s meeting, plans were made for the annual fall carnival at the school, and nn announcement was made that a quilt will be given the holder of the lucky number at the carnival, which wil...

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

".•'/.I WEATHER DENISON AND VICINrTY Fair and warm today and Sunday '' 'Ik THE DENISON PRESS POLISHED DAILY KXCBTT SUNDAY YOUR HOME-OWN IMILY NEWSPAPER Sfic PER MONTH REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS SATURDAY, OCT. 26, 1940 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 7—NO. 107 all Expected Strike In Mediterranean tin © ' Park College Keeps Drilling DENISON Uy LOUIS ANDERSON a';? REMUS* .1 Much to the chagrin of some, this corner comes right out and comments that Sherman high, based on its performance here last night, has the sweetest team the district has seen in years. For this writer to have suspected Den- ion might win must have be£h sheer sentimentality and the Cats knocked out any idea we had that any 5AA squad would down Sher- man high this season . . . The Denison lads played one of the best defensive games seen here in years, just didn't have what it takes to beat a superior outfit. We never did overestimate - the Jackets, merely underestimated the Cats after watchi...

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

— °AGE TWO THE DENISON PRESS SATURDAY, OCT. 26, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS E t&bUth*d In 1 M Telephone No. too Office of Publication ®07 W. Mela Issued Dally Except Sunday ihave been about as worthy of considera- tion for them to move to be permitted to have the eonstiution changed to meet thei own local desires. It seems incredible tjhat either to adopt or to alter the state constitution to meet local conveniences or imagined expe- diency should be a procedure, but we do National advertising representative Inland New*' foave the plight Of one Of tile Counties this eai'or m'Pre"'nUttVt"' lDC" Wri*'#y BuildiUK,SChl,j .veal- asking the people of the state to vote ;•<* -'—: r — 1(hem the right to alter the state constitu- Dedicated to elean and rosponsive jovernwen J . . .. . X) individual Mid civic Integrity; to Individual an(' ion ill tlleir OWll paitlcular case. i-ivic commercial progren. j It seems that the county in question «ox numbers, Care Denieon Pr«« wUl be fi i has been m...

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

TUB DEM 130W PRii^S PAGE TB&BX Saturday, oct. 26,1940 COURTS UNITED STATES COURT RANDOLPH BJKYANT, JUDGE Commissioner's Hearing •Ellis Luttrell, 27-year-old Man- tftum, Okla., man pleaded guilty 10 a charge of transporting a .stolen motor vehicle from Dur- ham, North Carolina, to Sher man, at a healing Thursday be- fore Luther H-. Gray, Unite*. States commissioner. The 1 act was alleged to have occurrsd Sept. 10. Luttrell was arrested Sept. 19 in Sherman by Polica Chief Les Tribible and Patrolman B. V. Atnip. Luttrell is held in the federal section of th«; county jail under $500 bond. FIFTY-NINTH D1ST. COURT TOM SUGGS, .JUDGE ftrf# Suit Filed Lorene Willard vs. Da via Wii lard, divorce. ill lUliNTil DISTRICT COUKi i{. 31. CAUTEK, JUDGE Now Suits Filed Florence Harris vs. Ruben Har- ris, partition. Civil Setting Setting of civil cases for the October term' of court was an nounced Friday iby ^District Clerk V. R. Henderson, as fol- lows: Oct. 28—R. T. Harrison vs. City of Sherman;...

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

THE DENISON PRESS PAGE FOUR SATURDAY, OCT. 20, 1940 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Tour Society New* To SOO Sunday Will Be Red Letter Day Church Conference Sunday, October 27th, promises to be a red letter day to the Methodist comprising the Annual North Texas Conference, now in ■session at Greenville. Bishop Iv- an Lee Holt has janned a day of religious festivities for all the Churches in the twenty counties makinK up the Conference area. The four great services to be commemorated Sunday will be held in Greenville's magnificent new Municipal Auditorium seat- ing 2,000 people. The five hun- dred pastors and delegates will be augmented by guests of the Con- out the District. Beginning at 9 a. m. the Love fecenee from churches through- Feast, long an institutution of Methodiitism, will take place. The •Rev. S. C. Eiddle of Dallas will be in charge. He will be assisted by Revs. Fred Adams of Mabank; Elmer Carter of Gaineville; Tim- othy Guthrie of Greenville; iten- neth Copeland of Wichita Falls;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 October 1940

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cloudy and probable rains, today, Tuesday THE DENISON REPRESENTATIVE OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS - MONDAY, OCT. 28th, 1940 ITALIAN TROOPS EVERDAY DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON *1 m / Just to keep the record straight, this correspondent wrote the much publicized article on the Denison- Shermnn game in the Dallas News. He called the shots as he saw 'cm, and you're mistaken if you think we are not a loyal Jacket fan . , . The News correspondent could not attend the game and asked us if we would cover it for him as a professional courtesy. We did, much to the glee o'f an- other contemporary . . . And if you want to know how we got that way about the game, stop us and ask . . . Pat O'Brien plays his greatest role in Knute "Rockne, a 7, football saga that the public will make one of the box-office greats j of recent years . . . The govern- ment will seek to have Gov. Phil- "* flips' injunction suit against the 'iJenison dam dismissed in a Dur- ant hearing s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 28 October 1940

va.ge two THE DENISON PRESS MONDAY, OCT. 28th, 1940 THE DENISON PRESS KsUiMUh*d la 19>t Telephone No. 100 Of tic* of Public* ll oti 607 W. M>U I — lssusd Daily Except Sunday National advertising representative Inland New* paper Representative*, Inc., Wrifley BuildinK,"Ch> ?ago, 111. Pedicatod to clean and re ponslve goveriuuen ] Jo individual and civic Integrity; to Individual auc' civic commercial progress. BOX NUMBERS, Owe Oeuiaon Prwt will b* gl i tdveiiiscra desiring blind addii SUBSCRIPTION RATES Jne Week Jiie Month J tic l'hree Month* \in advance) UOc 11.71 ... 18.60 Six Months (in advance) One Yj£r (in advance) ... CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable lrom personi having telephone listed in their own name and up- on igreeimg to remit when bill >l«. presented. 10 per :ent will be added on unpaid private account* titer 30 <*■ a from date of first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by V a. m. will be published the same day. ... i Hill man* . . CANCELLATIONS "i^ust b...

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