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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 January 1936

I-;' « rrtrmi w<ii faii^<i.ji.-;ij wnnaagjn ADVENTURERS' \ CLUB "Terror of the Tomb" By FLOYD GIBBONS Famous Headline Hunter. HERE'S the story of a man who dug his own grave—from the bottom up. He is Bernard F. Engelberger and the only man who knows how it feels to be old King Cheops' mummy. After seeing for himself what sort of a life old Cheops led, moreover, he's satisfied to be just plain Bernard Engelberger. Being shut up in a tomb doesn't strike Bernie as being much fun—even for an' Egyptian. It was all Bernle's fault ami he'll lie the first to admit It. It happened this way. Back In the winter of 1005 Bernie got a Job with a construction com- pany which was then laying the foundations for the Altaian liulldlng on Fifth avenue, New York city. They put Bernie on as gung boss and since he'd had a good technical training and was able to read blueprints, they gave him an extra Job getting foundation blocks with a leveling Instrument. Bernie had to work by fits and starts at ...

Publication Title: Naples Monitor, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 January 1936

[ANNOUNCEMENTS 5v 5IT« we authorized to announce the following candidates subject to the action of the Democratic primary July 25: DISTRICT OFFICES we am iyy ,-yysyg-- m~mm-v- .--.y-yz.y..j?*,,4.yry-4 ijjg ..uaiuwil UMf Personal and Local Happenings JJJOtf Stfcte Senator, First District E. HAROLD BECK f.!*" BAPTIST BRIEFS Ifot Representative, 35th District I J. C. PORTER W; DOUGLAS WRIGHT \r —0— for District Attorney JOHN A. COOK % % ' ! f"j MORRIS COUNTY In spite of the inclement wea- ther the Rally Day Program was rendered in an excellent fashion. Other siiuh interesting exercises will follow from time to time. A week ago Wednesday there were twfenty<tWo (persons at prayer meeting. Let's keep the good work up. JPor district Clerk MORRIS STEVENS Por Tax Assessor and Collertor ( N. GUY ROBINSON for County Treasurer i , • JIMMIE D. TEAGUE for c'oiunty Clerk j T. N. (Newman) JONES JPor County Judge J. Y. THIGPEN E. HAROLD BECK ASKS PROMOTION Wants the Office of State Sena- tor, Fir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

) /f/ ™ (V <✓ <PL>i,/'/F" /T,/✓ K tPfi Jf a p It* VOLUME 50 On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, F W. O. Davis Is Honored With Banquet In Omaha ■V *«.;■«(>« I#W*F omtor. M#g|J f RUARY 7, 1936 On the '"Broadway of America." NUMBER 44 Mafcpl Tribute to His Appointment as Member Old Age Assist- ance Commission Tuesday night the citizens of pmaha honored W. 0. Davis with a jbanquet comjtnemurnUhg ihlW appointment as a member ci the Old Age Assistance Commission. The entire citzenship of our neighbor town, Omaha, partici- pated) in tho arrangement and successful carrying out of the banquet, which was enjoyed by more than two hundred people of numerous towns in north east TtUas, including Texarkana, Clarksville. Naples. Mt. Pleasant, Lii.den, {Da<i*igerfte4d, Dekalfo, Bimms, New Beaton,; Hughes Springs, Winnsbcro, Atlanta ana tome of tho State officials from Austin. Reception cojmmibtee: J. It. Thigpen, W. C. Stevens, Bonnjt Beasley, JMrs. David Giles. The sumptuous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

certificates held emment to deal with millions transactions: print and dc f T'flS NAPLES MONITOR j \ TabllBhed Every Friday Bz ,W. R. WATTS Cbtored u Becond-clasa mail mat- fttt |n the postoffice at Naples, Cftias under act of Congress -4*rrh 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11.00 §I3t MONTHS 60c ADVUKTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or w ladling advertisements in- M ted at any price. We be Ik 'e all our advertisers to be brr\orable and responsible. If Mi* of our subscribers have (c nd any ;,«t our advertisers or>t fulfilling their agreements Wt shall consider if a favor to b( notified of the fact. AM bills payable in Naples, Tc «8. [CONGRESSMAN TEXAS] The So-Calle'i Bonus Washington, . Feb. 5. — The President vetoed our bill to pay thi- World War Veterans the re- mit inder due on their adjusted service certificates. Congress by A two thirds vote has over-ridden the veto and the bill ihas become a law. The following facts, are pei tinent: 3. Three and one-half millio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

HI-SPOTS FP ADVENTURERS CLUB FRESHMAN NOTES Jodell Strickland IPr t 1 'Woman Races Stork" By FLOYD GIBBONS Famous Headline Hunter. SPEAKING of blcsaed events, which we are in this story, reminds me of another "race with the stork" that happened in Los Angeles a few years ago. While Mrs. George Ford is getting her breath I'll tell you briefly about the Los Angeles race. A young woman hailed a passing taxicab in great excitement. "Quick," she said to the driver, "Maternity hospital!" The driver stepped on the hum. TIio tuxl slmt through truffle signal* ami around corners like it but out of (lades. The young woman in the ear started to scream. The screams made the driver go faster. A motorcycle polltoian gave chase. Ho drove up alongside the cab but, Instead of stopping It, at a yelled word from the driver he drove ahead to clear traflic and the taxi went even faster. Back on the seat of the cab'the young woman went limp. Straight to the Maiernity hospital went the cab and at a word fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

vj. \'t ■ INTERFSTING ITEMS FROM ROCKY POINT Mrs. G. A. Gibson vlsite mother near Omaha a few da\ week. Personal and Local leycutt* >o for ^PleH Wed" fejMrs. 1/ the ^neral .e in Dainger- W i ■ Si li We are authorized to announce the following candidates subject to ihe action of the Democratic primary July 25: rw -°- Veterans Meet To Form County Post Cotton Belt R. R. Repairing Siding w DISTRICT OFFICES got Stnte Senator, First District £ E. HAROLD BECK rp ^ q For Representative, 35th District J. C. PORTER ]" | | DOUGLAS WRIGHT JPor District Attorney { JOHN A. COOK f-tiT -1- | | MORRIS COUNTY For District Clerk MORRIS STEVENS " o For Tax Assessor and ^Collertor J N. GUY ROBINSON For County Treasurer | ; JIMMIE D. iTEAGUE f "T For County Clerk T. N. (Newman) JONES For County Judge i J. Y. THIGPEN - For Sherff BEN B. GARRETT For Commissioner. Pre. 4 and 6 R. H. MORELAND Pursuant to a call previously issued, a number of war veterans met at the Naples High School Auditorium last Frida...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

1 irw y\* i II n 11 n r . AZINE SECTION Jttotutor. 'On the Broadway of America." NUMBER 29 NAPLES, HEX AS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1936 -rm VOLUME 51. "On the Broadway of America. ' 1 1 HOW A\UCM?j . """ ■ 5 A COINCIDENCE,8UCKV LOOKS LIKE A NEWSBOY WAAL, I DUNNO FRIEND- MIGHT BE <SOA\e ADS HOW ARE JOSS ^ RE? IvTEfc. VOU MERE , A/ SAY NEIGHBOR. ,11 y Ckp~£ CO LONG-WHAT 15 T'Wl<3 / AAt , ANY WAV rn>Sa.a FWEN THATC OUixe A BIT, BUT -T\ mks-HT BE ifasiisfe CAN HftVE THE P EAA, ifeppiS ■ Hi INVESTMENT 'wmSi' ^y0, ,'^LmAo!a! n ■ / WW/ (>■' v- - .. WmMmMTHAT SEEMS TO FOR. THE LOVe OF WKE /W> HO ITS PATBO APRJL 1ST rrr^f HO H£> SOMETHIN6- \QOUT THF INTHI^ PAPER) OH.WeLL „ HAVE A LOOK IS . \ 1 ' m * /. t'4'AVvi' %. iV-V-V^ \v- 2 <T> I92S br tnilM Feature KyndlriU, Im Tra- Ret 1J, S. Pat Off —All right* reserved FRITZI R1TZ By Ernie Bushmifler — ZXH'JB - g'tff/yA# AO. 66L * >*u ♦ Tn> Ret C. 8 GEE - 1 FEEL BAD- TODAy IS UNCLE ZACKS BIRTHDAY—AND ALL I'VE SOT IS A NICK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

veterans meet 1 o r> i,oiion ceii rv. i\. Goose "*•" v iappeycui.trf C«elWe><. for ^Ple8 Wed" j., v .«I - • .- • * •« Mrs. Murry Wornnittclc find ffiitiily I ygg^ord&y on &ccount of the serious' tuples And Oitiuhn htfift been sus- and Mir. Charlie Wohynack of J iUn*** of. Aunt ,Sh]Hr n%yte, I JMUMlal far. a cuuulc of. d#vs. Aa k ' ' Ruthless Raiders of the m By HAROLD PREECE Rout* 13, Box <10, Auttin. Texas. (Copyright. 1986, by the Home Color Print Co.) i WO Indian tribes particularly re- sented the settlement of Texas by white men—they were the Co- manches and Kiowas. Even be- fore Texans revolted against Mexican rule, Comanche and Kiowa warriors were raiding the few white settlements along the borderland of South and Southwest Texas. Gonzales county was literally over- run by Comanches in 1838. . Horses and cattle belonging to settlers were stolen and many settlers killed or captured by **ed raiders. Due to Indian depreda- tions, in 1838, Gonzales county farms...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

iii rw tit i nn trrt yrjlfyvf f i%f|P W ^ p f; ',t^,fiki T (EDITORIML) COMMENT B" Cannot Say Too Much About It IdM I— F there is a reason why all the States cannot have the same fine records as Connecticut, Rhode Island and Wisconsin in compara- tive number of deaths from automobile accidents, it is not in evidence. These three States show a 42 per cent, auto death rate compared with all other States. Connecticut and Rhode Island have probably more than the average congestion of highway and street traffic, yet Providence, Rhode Island, with a population twice that of Dal- las, Texas, had only 11 deaths from auto accidents in 1935 while Dallas had 111. Traffic laws are strictly enforced in these three States, and it seems the most effective way to re- duce accidents of this kind is by depriv- ing a man or a woman the right to drive when carelessly to blame for an acci- dent. The official count of the num- ber of deaths from auto accidents last year in the United States was 86,1^4, an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

Veterans Meet I o o . . •. n . i cotton celt K. K. . P «< !y'in<T ^ul ivir. mm \ H neycutt,' l"CT,, # Goose Creel4ng$o for #Plea Wed- unn<* - ' '4,• r.. iA Mrs. Murry Wommack and family and. .Mr, , Clwiie Wohvnack of yesterday on account of the serious ijlroue r%f Aimt. Saliva LUaia Naples and Omaha haw been sus- lypnrltuj fn ' fl flrtupilf* nf flivs Ai TEXAS {NEWS ITALY GETS MODERN TEACHERY A modern teachery for instructors at Italy public schools will be erected on the campus, officials have decided. Work has already started and teachers will occupy building within three months. BODY OF TEXAS PATRIOT REIN- TERRED The body of Sterling C. Robertson, signer of the Texas Declaration of In- dependence, was reinterred in the State cemetery at Austin. Robertson secured a contract from Mexico 110 years ago to introduce a colny in Texas, embrac- ing what now would be Milam, Robert- son, McLennan and Falls counties. He was buried at Nashville, Milam county, about 93 years ago. 36 C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

.tft Poultry Facts By P. W Kazmeier, Bryan, Tcsaa. The Outlook for tha Poultry Business We always prefer to think of the poultry industry as a means to making a living rather than a "get-rleh-quiek-schenie." The out- look for 1030 Is better than for 1936. A flock of well-bred hens during 1930—well taken care of— Bhould return a net profit of |2.00 per hen, may be a little less and may be a little more, if you know our business. You may do even letter. yb! I have just returned from a trip North, where everything was cov. ered with snow. A zero tempera ture and below is the common thing. The hens are, of coursa. closely confined and houses tight- ly built, yet it does get cold in them. In spite of these many handicaps flocks now laying 90 to 106 eggs per flock of 200 hens; 360 to 420 eggs from flocks around 800 hens. May be not ex- ceptional laying, but nothing to he laughed at in the middle of De- cember with snowbanks every- where. Practically every farmer keepx from 200 to 400 hens...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

Veterans Meet To f, ..rv jf. )iatr and era, E? and 1 jster m of F Nap Cotton Beit K. K. p RTR. Mr.und' IGooae Cree H£>. leycutt;- for & Drew UI plea Wed- ■ • \ t-« A- -«• Mrs. Murry Wommack and family and Mir. Charlie ■yVohwnack yesterday on account of the serious iJlPAun A nf Collin Naples and Omaha has been sua- ^opfl< H frtr n nA m|n rlQ|/4 A ti TEXAS FARM REPORTS Gorman, Eastland county farmers, are making a vigor- ous effort to plant new types of crops for this year, some- thing else in addition to cot- ton. Mrs. Arreva French, State canning representative, held a demonstration bef o r e the home economics classes of the Sanger, Denton county, high school. Mrs. French dis- cussed the care and killing of beef and pork for canning. oultry ing to the farm income was stressed at a meeting of the farmers in and around Bexar county. Charts were used to Bhow how eggs, chickens, tur- keys, would help the famliy budget. Bitter flavor in canned grapeftuit juice may be avoid- ed...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

iM'W-f I rttiif rtr BED CROSS FIRST AID STATIONS ALONG HIGHWAYS The inauguration of the most wide-sweeping campaign for the prevention of accidental deaths and injuries yet car- ried out in the United States took place during the past fiscal year. "The American Red Cross Is putting all the resources be- hind the organization into this fight against death from accidental causes on the high- ways, in the home, on the farm and in the water," James L. Fieser, vice chair- man in charge of domestic operations, said recently in commenting on the past year's work. Mr. Fieser is the chief directing domestic relief and all field work. "The idea of providing first aid stations along the nation's arterial highways has been taken up eagerly in all States," Mr. Fieser said. "Red Cross chapters in practically every community throughout the country are making plans to establish and maintain these stations for the assist- ance of the injured along ar- terial highways at every point where they are pr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 February 1936

Veterans Meet 1 O I cotton Belt K. K. e Creub lh'ry°utt\p|e8 Wed- Mrs- Murry Wommack und family ye8terday on account of the aeri I ... „ _ 1 r ... cv JUL ■ I .„ JS£-1 ■ - .1 ao<i .*&• CKn.i^Watnniick •oiflm • * — « > •> P«' . | K sp NTY af a hi FEEL AT WAY ! iililllMI MMIRAW mmWS&i-i:..«<#«*• <*.«v:.V.V.-av Fresh coffee sets you up and keeps you up—like a cork does a line. Coffee is more than a refreshment. Coffee is a food that helps you rebuild lost eneray. Duncan Coffee Company sends ADMI- RATION to your grocer by the fastest exclusive coffee delivery service in America. Super-sealed at the roasting plant, it reaches you full of every bit of its rich flavor and spicy aroma. You can't buy better coffee at any pr.ce than Admiration. \W] 1 . ip hLdmiration a. producl of F COFFEE DUNCAN COFFEE COMPANY PLANT NOW for Your Centennial Beautification Take advantage of this extremely low price offer for reliable two-year everblooming field grown roses. Make your choi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1936

mMfWs '' ■ * v • , , 4, ■■ • ;1 j 1 _ J iff wsSi x- . A M <!, ,;f\.:%iv • / > y P. I / fYL VOLUME 51 Jfa; ' s f , :';|ip i - On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1936 " ** On tba "Broadway of Amarica." CM NUMBER 17 . mm 1 # * I < ■ 1 Bank Robber, Murderer and Escaped Convict Captured Thursday Afternoon Julius Bohanon robber, murder, and escaped convict was captured Thursday afternoon about 3 miles of Rocky Branch, in. the woods near Copella'a ferm. Officers caught Manuel Cox and Bohanon's daughter when they arrived at Cox's home in edge of Daingerfield and Cox led officers to hiding place of Bohanon. Among the officers making the capture were Sheriff Ben Garrett and W, A, Stout of Morris county, Sheriff Henry Brooks and two dep- uties from Bowie County, John Tigert of Titus County, The actual cupture was made by John Tigert, according to a state- ment by him. Tigert stated that when he saw that he had the drop on Rohanan he hit him with his gun and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1936

I THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday W. R. WATTS road racing less dan- gerous i ' v '■i If About a generation ago, autonio- Entered as second-clasa mail mat-1 bile road races were held periodi- ca in the pohtoffice at Naples, | odicaily in many parts of the eoun- t«i in the postoffice at Naples; try, and were one of the mogt Texan, under act of Congress j popular and thrilling of the hazar- Jltrch 3, 1879. , dous aportB. ,^1|' i. j The races were customarily held SUBSCRIPTION over l>v WJc highways between im- | porcant communities, and rangeii in ONE YEAR — —^10c I length from 100 to 500 miles. On SIX MONTHS 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable ox swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all our advertisers to be race day, no other traffic was per? mitted to use the roads. Every precaution was taken to keep the right of way clear for the dare- devils who were competing. The cars used were naturaliy in the pink of condition, and eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1936

' $?J n; U, S. Sea Scout Base Organized v % By Veteran of Foreign Navies , ,v.; ;' if- Jl '<* ■ 4; fl £SH& k MEMBERS of the Sea Scout Base at Port Gleason, on Qooae Pond near Scranton, Pennsylvania, learn the elements of seamanship under the tutelage of Captain E. K. Rodcn, who began bis career as a cadet in the Swedish Navy, held a commission in the Argr-ati.ie Navy during tfca revolt aga ^resident Celiaan in the 1800 a, and later served aj an officer U thd U S. Merchant Marin.* THIRD PARTY MAY BE DECIDING FACTOR New Patty Expected to Show Hsaviett From Democrat*. In the wake of the conventions of the two major parties, which definid the issues for the Presidential cam- paign, ia arising an indepen jet party based on radicalism that may by- come a formidable vote getter in the November election. This party which has already tak- en the name of the Union party with Representative William Lemke des- ignated as its candidate for Presi- dent, has enlisted the snpport < f Fath...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1936

Personal and Local Happenings '• t —n~"i* l? lh- J K Bates of Pittsburg w«s a viv itor in Naples yesterday Misses Mozell Legg, Veneta Spence, Mrs, W. B. McCoy, and Mrs. Cluster Stacks have been in St. Louis several days, Miss Leon Moore, who is attend- ing college in Ft. Worth, was at horn® for the week end. Miss Nancy Oden of San Antonio vis ited her aunt, Mrs. L. D. Floyd, several days last week. Mrs. L. D. Floyd, accompanied Mr 3. C. Victory and daughter, MWs Mary Lynn, of Gladewater on a visit to relatives in San Aogelo end San Antonio last week. Dr. ,11. W. McLeckie will visit friends in Maud n«xt week. He will not be in his office here until Monday, August 10. First Open Boll Miss lantha Wilson of Daingerfield visited Miss Gladys Truitt in Naples this week. Thos. Walker brought to The Monitor office Tuesday the first open boll of 1936 cotton. Mr. Walker brought the first cotton bloom to our office this year, and naturally he was the first to bring open cotton. He says he has p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1937

WiH L KMvyc BP? - ®l\t Na VOLUME 51 On the "Broadway of America." NAPLES, TEXAS, FR PROPOSED DEEP TEST NEAR DOUGLASSVILLE Company Agreei to Drill to the Trinity Sand. A presa dispatch to the Dallas News states that the north- central portion of Cass County, northwest of Atllanta near Doug- lassville held Attention this week ns fKe "Ela&t Texas side of the Rodcuaa odi field observed its first birthday anniversary. Mfore "than ten or fifteen miles northwest of^ the producing area, approximately 13,000 acres have been leased with one company obligatingltself to drill a test to the Trinity series before April 10.' A block of 6,000 acres, taken by O. H. Sheppard reportedly for McAllister Fuel Company, wa9 said to contain a drilling clause for a deep" wildcat Acreage is two miles northwest of Doug- lassville and centers around the Calloway Davis, R. Overton and J. M. Bourland surveys. In the samo section, Hunt added more than 6,500 acres to its holdings while Gulf is an- other company...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 1 January 1937

It; :i Bto*? h • djjfr.j ';V; ft H A-New Year comes around, but at K this store you will find the same old- ^ fashioned friendly service and honest S values as in the past. P - ii The Davis Company aesaaes , -jug* E NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday F.y i,n W. R. WATTS tfi - - - Entered as second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS — - 50c ADVERTISING RATES on np plication. No objectionable oi swindling advertisements in serted at any price. We b«; lieve all our advertisers to b< honorable and responsible. I: any of our subscribers have found any of our advertisers not fulfilling their agreement: we shall consider it a favor tc be notified of the fact. All bills payable in Naples, Texas. (CONGRESSMAN TEXAS! n Our program for 1937— ^ To continue to justify your friendship by keeping to the same high standard of Good Merchandise, Fair Prices, and 8 Friendly Serviee. H Giles Tailoring...

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