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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 May 1948

r... " ' ffv TSUSSt ■ ■'■ ■ •• V Jx '* ; ,v - 1 m *?:• - . If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE THE WYLI ^3 tncAt* ntwt. ?" Jrr7T'l**^c/^4^ *1*} 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie Vol. 1 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1918 Rockwall Has Second Major Fire In Two Weeks Rockwall, Texas—The fire de- partments of Garland and Royse City were summoned on Tuesday night, May 19th, to aid the Rock- wall Volunteer Fire Department combat a fire which broke out in an explosion in the old Bruce Hartman building on the North side of the square and which for a few hours threatened to de- stroy the entire north side of the Rockwall business district. The fire had its origin in the build- ing which was being used as a Tire-Retreading plant by J. A. Steadrcan & Co. of Dallas. Flames shot skyward and could be seen for miles around. The entire city was consumed by the smoke which resulted from the burning of the company's entire stock of tires and equ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 May 1948

2> 1 V $ * V « ; \ f THE, WYLIE NEWS «— *■ V, 3 V s PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY PAUL W. BTIMSON, OWNER AND PUBLISHER IftceB lu First Stato Bauk Building' \ * / Bccond-clais hinty Jmattai | SUBSCRIPTION RAT fylFe,4 Texas Bitnrnl at tbc I!H8 Of \ \ vV V)ue Year lu Collin County ' |l.Bb Olio Yoar Outside Collin Co. $1.70 _J -A~ WW m rcsdE ...— M H Jrsday, Map gi THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS through Wylie? I don't care which way it comes—if it comes by way of MARS, just so it comes THROUGH WYLIE and just so the Highway department doesn't build another road which will fiuht and compete with our road for this traffic lsin^ss been to Lalie Texoma? Notice the businesses which have and'the baa it will bring. How many of you have ever Need the Road Situation Be A Hush-Hush Proposition? Tjiere seems to be some sort of a jinx on anyone around ■'tese*;parts who wants to find out just what is going to ■ ippc'n concerning the road improvement and building T*oiin'I this part of the county. No one ever t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 May 1948

hursday, May 27, 1948 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEW? The Johnston Co. News: Worry is the Interest we pay when ^e borrow Trouble Alta wants to thank the em- Joyees who were so ready and [illing to work overtime in help- Ig get out the samples and spec- II orders in her department. ! Mrs. IncKman visited hot lughter in Houston over the pek-end. kittle Ronnie Bozeman sp"nf Kturday and Sunday with his Jfcrandparents, Mr. and Mrs. jsfcverett Bozeman. p O. L. Stamps from west Texas visited Thelma Landers this week. Mrs. Gunter said she didn't spend her money this #/eek-end, she stayed home and worked, but we saw" some new furniture be- ing unloaded there Saturday aft- ernoon. One of our reporters, Emogine Westphal, left this morning for Corpus Christi on her vacation. Department "B" is sorry to lose Mary Lou—she was transfer- red upstairs. Bonnie was visiting in Dump Sunday. Margie and Opal went on an all-day picnic Sunday and home looked good that night. Ir Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pitts and family of D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 May 1948

m •H) J.-.-.'. i? .$>£ THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Lions Club (Continued from Page 1) wth|t uuch an event should take -place at the discretion of a com- ittev so chot/en to select the it and time. At the regular meeting which was held on Thursday, May 20, the Wylie Lions Club had as its principal speaker, a distinguished -^termer citizen of our city, the 1 — •*&*>: • V'!,.'; —rw 1 THURSDAY, MAY 27,.lf Honorable Claude Calloway, a member of the Texas Legislature from the city of Crowell, Texas. After the invocation by Rev. F. A. Ray, those present sat down to a splendid meal prepared by Women of the Methodist Church. The president Mr. Truett Smith, then introduced the three newest members of the Lions Club who were: Hilly John Webb, Van Mc- Intyre and Fred McCormick. ? I Pi f ' ff ie ■ *r Biai I ie Jl30 Sj'iV I ott How to Make Best Use of Your; Plant food McCORMICK-DEERING Spreaders Place Manure Accurately Guests for the evening who were introduced by Lion Capt. J. A. Benton wer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 May 1948

y, May 27, 1948 id Grade Room ;rs Entertain t Monday afternoon, Mr6. , Mis. B'rcd Christopher rs. Willie Stibbens cntcr- tho second grade of the School and their teacher, R. F. liartman with a very sflng party which was top- off with ice cream, cake and drinks for the entire room. ie members of the second and their teacher, Mrs. n, wish to take this means king the room mothers for | the nice things which they done for the second grade :for their interest and co- tivn spirit which they have ruthis school term. w^uns scho CHI Robert Klingbeil Has Birthday Party On Tuesday afternoon, May 17th, Mrs. Martin Klingbeil gave her son, Robert, a birthday party celebrating his eighth birthday. The entire second grade and their teacher, Mrs. R. F. Hartman, were present as guests on this occasion. Many nice gifts were received by this young man and all the chil- dren wished him many more happy birthdays in the future. The children gjiive a maypole dance on the school grounds and ended their part...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 May 1948

spent Sunday rfc Letter Wilson Mrs. Lillian CorJinne visited in GAland Sunday afternoon Fielder-Baker Funeial Home Distinctive, Sympathetic aid Complete k ^funeral Service for Wylie and Community BURTON FIELDER, Mgr Ambulance Phone 2641 Burial Insurance Wylie, Texas TO FACTORY SPECIFICATIONS yflJLst •> PS ! W'y THE WYLIE, TtXj THURSDAY, MAY 27, 194 The Lowest Priced Watch Repairing in GARLAND Local Watcli Inspector f<* Santa Fe Railroad Johnson Jewelry Co. 108 N. 7th St. Garland, Texas Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion. 3c pw word. Each additional Insertion, 2c per word. Minimum fiar any ad, 30. WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 60c gallon, $2.50 five gallon. Bring your container to BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Piano. mt ■ Economical Miles-with Mobilgas With a tankful of Mobilgai you'll get the kind of performance your car was built to give. Plenty of pep, pick-up and power, plus long, economical mileage. Enjoy the quick response t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 June 1948

n v W * t4 ; * "I I ■* \ • jH? • '' a 5ft?,1 . -1. • If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE THE WYLIE V.S-: ; ' ■'■ . I 1 IRS mmm. If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY Vol. 1 No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1948 CIRCULATION—700 No. 12 Progress On Dam Continues Despite Seasonal Rains The Fuller Construction Com- pany continues to remain about 9 days ahead of Government Con- tract specifications in building the first section of the Lavon Dam Reservoir, according to reports coming from the United States Engineers Office in Wylie. Mr. Williams Chief Engineer for the project stated that the rains which fell in and around Wylie on last Sunday afternoon did not do much toward halting work in the area around the dam. Only Sunday night's shift was cancel- led, and following morning work began on schedule./ Mr. Williams said that many of the visitors to the area would per- haps be wondering just what the large machi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 June 1948

tHE WYLlfe, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, June 3, 1948 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVIillY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. STIMSON, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Otlloeu lu I'irut State Bank Building Entered as uecomlclaaB mall lnattoi •t the Pout of lice lu Wylte, Toxa; under act of Cmmieus ot March H, 18U7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ouo Year In Collin County $1.50 One Year Outulde Collin Co. $1.76 Guest Editor Gives Views on Education When your Editor spoilt the week end in St. Louis, Misso- uri on a visit, he asked a favor his brother who is graduating rom the Uuniversity of Texas this suit the working hours of the student who is working his way through. All institutions are most helpful to the student who is trying to get an education. You August, if he wouldn't write • may ask what kind of a job few words of advice to the young graduates of our Senior class of 1948; and he has done in fine manner. The News is nappy to pass on to you the thoughts and advice of a person Yho has known how hard it is Jo go to college; yet w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 June 1948

_ • £> 7 ! TkttraJay, J«n« 8, 1946 The Johnston Co. New : Today is the Tomorrow i you worried about Yesterday Opal was shopping in Dallas Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Skelton and family visited Mrs. Dutson Sunday. Mrs. Frosty Moulden of Mur- phy spent Sunday with Chub. Dody, we arc sorry to hear about the loss you had Saturday and if we can do anything for you let uii know. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Squires and daughter spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Squires. Mrs. Daniels is back on the job after a week's vacation. Bonnie extends a special invi- tation to the County Commission- ers 15 visit her after a rain. This is a big day in Mr. Cook's f % m THE WYttfc, TEXAS, NEWS 4- mmimtik-- Housewarming Held For The Ed Woods Mr. and Mrs. Ed Woods who have recently moved into their new home here in Wylie were pleased to have as their guests on this past Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Campbell of Ft. Worth, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Sanders of Dallas and children, Buster, David and Wilma; Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 June 1948

- ion*- UoMinued Irom Page J) t . T . as Teachers' College. The First Division under Com- mander Chatterton is composed of 101 American Legion Posts in the First, Third, Fourth and Fifth Congressional Districts with a membership of 15,278 Legion- aires as of May 27. The host post of Mt. Pleasant, Jessup-Reed No. 210, is commanded by Dan Lati- met with W. L. Means adjutant and Jim Rudd service officer. It has a membership of 339. The convention will be the occasion for the dedication of a new Amer- ican Legion home and Dr. Gee will make the dedicatory address. District Commanders under Di- vision Commander Chatterton who will be at the convention 7 ^Lindsay L. Bower For County Clerk (Pol. Adv.) are Mark tfodger, c/f Paris, acting First'District Commander; Frank Vitasek, ,of Mineolaj Third Dist- rict Commander; Forrest Steph- enson of Rockwall, Fourth Dist- rict Commander and R. M. Schott of Dallas, acting Fifth District Commander. Registration will start Saturday1 afternoon, June 5, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 June 1948

. \ If It's In WYLIE Buy It In •WYLIE ^fTTTJ l nc NEWS it'lv . i > . • If It's In ; WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie ClRCl'LATlON—700 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 194X No. 13 MEETING HELD CONCERNING NEW SCHOOL FOR WYUE DOWN TOWN WYLIE Lions Club See LAST SATURDAY, Technicolor Movie On Steel Making I Saw: Bill Bozcman and son, Ronny, n (In Wylie Grocery Store; Bill [was f*ripirt|* about my not get- On lii' name in tlio paper when ind I at'1 lunch together in Gotland the other day—1 told him 11' he had bought my lunch that would have been NEWS and I would have printed it; TOM BOZEMAN, MACK GROVES. M. MARTIN, and GUY RICHARDS all telling tall tabs 'about Mule Di iving without any traces; MR. W. E. STEWART telling one of the tallest tales it has ever been my pleasure to hear—said he was present on a fishing ti ip the other day with Mr. .J. P. McAFEE and raw MR. McAFEE drag in a fish that pulled th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 June 1948

.','*•4 .J' «* V '«• k. *. !! . ■ if ■*■*■■ « « . «40 'C «..^^kVi,.> . J.. •• «>■•- .„ ..■•• ■ X,. 2 > 1;" •-■.■•••' - ^-r Wifci i«n !<!> .^^iWirri'iT.'I.,^ ."4 N <> ■ '■•Jw*.* *•'• ;* THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, i jfune iO, id WYLIE NEWS 4'-: •' !•; PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. 8T1MSOJ4, OWNER AND PUBLISHER I , .* Offices in First 8t lo Bank Building ZntwM V* >*oon(l'clM<« mall mattci, SUBSCRIPTION RATES 5 "ESTaTS c!:;„J.y.l.U'0fT0"a|o- in can county ,1.50 '|rf March 8, 1807 | One Year Outside Collin Co. . $1.78 it's Clean the Weeds Out Of Our City While driving around in our city, dreaming of the things lich are going to happen in the future when Wylie will one of the most progressive little cities in the entire state, fell to thinking about our civic pride as pertains to how ir city looks to an outsider when they drive through on jur highways or on our two railroads. I remembered that [when I travel, I always have a tendency to judge the peopl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 June 1948

I,s, tei« io, m f_"H " I 111 ^ITfl1' le Johnston Co. New#: "Luck Never gives, it Only lends." Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westphal of St. Louis have been visiting Emogine and son. Mrs. Allie Reese and son of Ballinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Taylor of Piano visited Bon- | rue Sunday. j)pal left Monday for a trip |Carlsbad for her health, (rs. Phillips is out as her ghter has been very sick, and had to be taken to the McKinney hoi^ital Mohday flight. Mr. Storey is down in his back as he has been pulling onions, so we thought we wouuld declare a holiday to heljs him out. Margie wlil be leaving for West Texas soon, we hope. Bonnie found out what the new hemmer was made of—she took it cpart. Clara has been pipnch-hitting for Mozelle. Mrs. Hicks is out on account of her son's illness, and Margie and Emogine have been trying to fill her place. Squires spent a few days of his vacation in Dallas last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Moore and Karen of Decatur visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 June 1948

PM' from Rag* R pmj mwusure which avert- inWMttipn of a proposed Ctions, or multiple sales out* of his important aceom- bhments are: First: Me was the author of $e legislation providing Texas' rt of the revenue for the Social ecurity program. Second: He is the author el jisjation raising the salaries of Texne public school teachers. Thfcd: vHe is the author of leg- islation providing additional mon- ' ey for rural roads in the state, is playing a big part in the velopment of farm-to-market 1 MM TiXAB, MEWS 1 ImHHMMHHH roads. Fourth: He is the author of legislation providing the money for the education of crippled and handicapped children. Senator Morris is a member of the- State and Hunt County Bar. He is a member of the Methodist Church and of the Kiwanis Club. He is married and has one son, four and one half years old. He is a graduate of Greenville High School and Wesley College. He was born in Grayson County, moving to Greenville with his parents while a boy. In making his forma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 June 1948

■MMMM >1«l !'H 10, IM NEVADA NEWS By mnu noss !v. and Mri. Granville Stine- 5h and com of Louisiana t the weekend with Mr. and A. S. Stinebaugh of Nevada, sr juests were Mrs. Evelyn ris and sons of Garland and John Stinebaugh and daugh- iw Lula Smith of Baylor, Miss y Webb of Hardin Simmons Miss Billie Cowgille of Den- are all home in Ntvada for summer. «x Vaughan of Nevada has to Ridgecrest for several ts. r. and Mrs. Youngblood and /n of Nevada visited Mr. rs. Shaw of Roysc City on iy Macon James of Nevada If • vv ' ' ' zTr irro (JL ^J THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS was in Arkansas to return his nephew, Skippy to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webb of Sulphur Springs visited Mr. and Mrs. Clint Webb of Nevada on Sunday. Mrs. Johnnie Morris and son of Greenville visited in Nevada on Sunday. Jimmy Green of CoCmmerce spent the week end in Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Mon Sandlin and sons of Pecan Gap and Mr. Ken- neth Sandlin of Virginia visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gay of Nevada. Miss Mclba Ross and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 June 1948

' t i *M' ■ > 4 .,V •£./ ' ■ TKE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS ' ' * Bff s Ce* Continued from page 1 on« xjrho once walked proudly in the community. Or maybe loving hands through a cemetery associ- ation have kept the sacred gfound inviolate while you were busy with your plans in a far away place. The condition of a cemetery is a measure of the spirit of the community. How soon we forget the leaders of yesteryear. The costly monuments that bankrupt- ed the grieving survivors years ago now totter on their founda- tions or lie broken and stained with the rain and snow of many winters. The expensive lot that was surrounded by u wall to set important schedule changes oh GREYHOUND LINES New departure and arrival times on many schedules. Also new service. Effective June 15 Additional Service Includes 1 new schedule lo Dallas . . now 7 daily 1 new schedule to Texarkana . now 7 daily CHECK WITH GREYHOUND AGENT BEFORE YOUR NEXT TRIP for tour vacation trips CHECK WITH greyhound y' for travel bargains...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 June 1948

—— If It's In WYLIE 1 Buy It In WYLIE ■T- cpM*u tit*" ENEWS fn /f ///If It's In ' ' WYLIE Buy II In WYIJE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—700 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1948 No. 14 it DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: JOE DOUGHTIIITT walking into PETE'S HAMBURGER ! SHOP: went in myself and there •aw MRS. A. C. HICKS of MUR- PHY eating a hamburger—she •aid the folks around MURPHY liked to read the NEWS; ARLIE J. MOSS of BRYAN, TEXAS was : j alio same store having a bite 4 • ea'; being broke and PETE |felT .'"Sing to give me a handout, j f I.-ft there and walked over to the WYLIE FLOWER SHOP where MR. J. L. HEFNNER of LUCAS was talking to my better } half about subscribing to the NEWS i for his father-in-law, MR. I. H. SANDERS of Rt. 2, ■ McKINNEY; wife srid I always ■ft' came just when the money was [being given to her; MR. ARNOLD WILSON doing some nice work on I-IOLLOMON'S DRUG STORE: TRUETT SMITH, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 June 1948

f$?m * A THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS J|r: -*■ ^ Thittsdny, Jtfiw 48 WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY PAUL W. STIMSON, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Offices lu First State Bank Building Sm Moand-clm mall mattei : tfc* Port office lu Wyllo, T**a« under tot of Congress of March t, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Collin County 11.50 One Year Outside Collin Co. . $1.75 Wylie Citizens Display Fine Community Spirit Whoever said that Wylie didn't possess a community spirit? Who was it who said that when given a large task to assume and to have completed in a short time, the citi- zens of Wylie wouldn't cooperate? These reports have been circulating in and around this community for so many years that people in the city had almost begun to believe just that thing, and their spirits were just singly and selfishly de- voted to what they could get out of the town and the people who were their neighbors. This was a false impression which was being thrust upon the peoples by a few of the more dis- gruntl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 June 1948

The Johnston Co. News: > j Some People Never do a Good Deed Unless There is someone Around To Applaud. Mrs. Bates left Monday for sev- eral weeks visit with her daugh- ter Thea. Bonnie enjoyed a day off Mon- day—she is taking her vacation on the installment plan. Mrs. Effie Moore is entertain- ing her son and family from Biownwood. A. E. Taylor and daughter of Los Alamos, N. M., are visiting Dody and Alta. Bud Taylor and family Trom Clovis also spent a few days here. Aliene and Juanita are enjoy- ing their vacation this week. Juanota, Glen, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Housewright left for a fishing trip to South Texas, Monday. Most of Department A is back on the job after being out on ac- count of illness and vacations. Margie's boy friend from West Texas fias been here this week- end.." Effiogine' was shopp'ing in Dal- las Saturday. Opal reports she had a wonder- ful trip to Carlsbad Cavern. Squires son and family from Dallas were here for the weekend. Downtown Wylie- (Continued from Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 June 1948

VH * ■ ' ; a t ' VM ' * ■ • US, NJJWS 'X 1 1 Thursday, Julie 17, 1948| Home A. Bi>4er and moved into style home fch was built' in the Southern ^ion of our city along High- 78. fliia home certainly adds to lie approach to our city and tie couply is to be congratulated pr their good taste in architec- re and planning. It would be nice if more such homes could be added to our city in that section whicjv greets the eyes of the motorsts first as they come from the South. Um Classified Ada Miss Judy Burch Entertains Dallas Church Gathering Little Miss Judy Burch, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. ft. Burch of Wylic, was a guest entertainer at the Cliff Temple Baptist Chuch on this past Friday morning, June 11th. Accompanying Miss Judy were her mother, Mrs. C. R. Burch and Mrs. Belle Storey of Wylie and Mrs.. Minnie Parmer of Dal- lass. They were the guests of the Temple Baptist Church where Judy played and sang several numbers to the enjoyment of the entire gathered congregation. Re- ports...

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