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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 July 1937

fiw i -V:i THE NAPLES I > News ft e view of Current Even iff STEEL GOES BACK TO WORK Two-Thirds of Idle Have Returned . . . Riots Kill Two In Aluminum Strike . . . Siege of Madrid Gets Setbac!: IV. J^Ldca/zA fjpjlt;. SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK , _■ O Western Newspaper Union. C.I.O. Steel Grip Loosens 'T'HE grip of the C. I. O. con- -*• tinued to loosen in the steel strike as three big independent steel corporation? Republic, Bethlehem and Young 3town Sheet & Tube- reported more than two-thirds of their idle mill hands had returned to work. This covered plants in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Inland, the fourth •of the steel independents, announced that it was operating with its nor- mal force of 13,000 in Indiana since it and the Steel Workers' Organiz- ing Committee signed a compact with the state labor commission. Steel production in the Youngstown, Ohio, area, one of the principal scenes of strike violence, dim .d to 76 per cent of capacity, 3 per centage points above the operat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 July 1937

— the Naples monitor Irvin S. Cobb S;.5-2f SLL__about: Seeking Contentment. SANTA MONICA, CALIF.— Out in the desert country I met kindly, hospitable folk bravely making the best of things on remote, small home- steads. On little far-away ranches, on res- ervation trading posts, they are edu- cating their children by resolute self-sac- riflce; keeping in touch with the world through radio, through books and magazines and newspapers; and al- most invariably con- tent with their lives and proud of their struggles and living comfortably — yes, and happily—within their means, how- ever meager. Then I come back to crowded tfities where wealth seems only to ipake the inmates dissatisfied be- cause somebody with greater wealth puts on a gaudier show of ostenta- tion and extravagance. And I see the man who feverishly is striving after riches so that when he breaks down he may afford the most ex- pensive nerve specialist. And the spoiled woman who was born with a silver spoon in her mouth, bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 July 1937

WW' THE NAPI roR % "improved uniform international Sunday i chool Lesson By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. Dean of the Moody Bible Institute of Chicngo. © Western Newspaper Union. Lesson for July 18 LESSON TEXT—Exodui 3:13-18; 4:10-18; 5:1. GOLDEN TEXT-The Lord will glv« strength unto his people.—Psalm 2B:11. PRIMARY TOPIC—When Mose* W « Afraid. JUNIOR TOPIC—Moses Made Ambassa- dor. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- Cod Stands by His Workers. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- Strong In the Strength of God. THERE'S ONLY O SYNOPSIS Never in a hurry! Who? God. He needed a human leader to bring his chosen "people up out of the bondage of Egypt and he spent 80 years getting him ready—40 years learning all the wisdom of Egypt, asd 40 years learning the lessons of God, patience and humility, on the Ljacfe side of the desert. Infinite and omnipotent is God, and he may move with faster-than- lightning speed. But usually we find him working out his blessed pur- poses, normally, quietly, but always "on ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 July 1937

v s * \y #. 1?1 Darlington, England.—Rev. R. Anderson Jardine congratulating George Gamble, a local coach-painter, and his clerk-bride, whom the vicar united in marriage here two days after officiating at the wedding of the duke of Windsor in France. His resignation from the pulpit of St. Paul's church here a few days later caused a sensation throughout Great Britain. ^ / Bedtime Story for Children By THORNTON W. BURGESS PETER RABBIT ASKS AFTER OLD FRIENDS O SOONER had Winsome Blue- ' bird finished telling how 01' Mistah Buzzard warms his toes on the chimneys of the houses in the far-away South than Peter Rabbit was full of questions about other friends who had been spending the long winter in the land of sunshine. "Where is Little Friend the Song Sparrow?" he asked eagerly. "Little Friend of All is not very far away," he replied. "In fact, i.f(r " Cheerful Robin. I think he will be here in a few days, Peter. You see, Little Friend loves the Green Meadows and the Smiling Pool so muc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 July 1937

s Country Police Br PAULINE SCHROEDER fci McClure Newspaper Syndicate. WNU Servlut. ■i: pjM I ' 5 #■ '':U v®, ; WHEN I disconnected my radio ond went down to Aunt Ella's at New Meadows for a rest, David De Witt Clinton Rogers, postmaster and constable, drove me up from . the station and I swear we waited ten minutes for a big gray car to turn around. I set my suitcase down at Ella's and stepped out to the apothecary's to get me some of those white pep- permints. When Bateman was a doing of my, mints I peered into the street. "Who's that?" says I, pointing at the nabob who had de- layed us at the depot (flashy he was and wearing horn spectacles). "Oh," sniffs Bateman, "that's E. Todd Mansfield, bank man—going to camp likely. He's awful clever. Makes lots of money in stocks." "Mebbe," says I, "but I don't like a mouse face! Who's the girl lal- lygagging with him?" "Hah! Josie Kammett of the mill folks, but people say Todd'a too clever a fellow for her to catch!" "She's pretty well dis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 16 July 1937

■■■ ' • —*— 1 'm Personal and Local Happenings E. W. Dycus Taken to 1 EPWORTH LEAGUE Hospital Saturday Night Last Saturday night lE. W. Dycus was taken to a hospital at Tcxarkann and underwent an operation Sunday morning for appendicitis. Latest reports stated that he bud stood the operation and seemed to be resting as well as could be expected. Boozer-Strick land Saturday evening JJulJy '10, Curtis Boozer of. Omaha and Miss Mildred Strickland of Naples, ac- companied by Mir. and Mrs. Scott Ellis of Omaha, drove to Hughes Springs and were quietly mar- ried in the presence of a few friends and "relatives. Immediately after the ceremony the couple left for Dallas for a short wedding trip. While there they vis'ited the Pan American Exposition. Mr. and Mrs. Boozer will make their home in Omaha. They ihave the best wishes of numerous friends for a long and happy married life. Mrs. Lee Waters and (Mlrs. J. A. Fleming were visitors in Na- ples yesterday. Small Blaze in Giles Tailor Shop Ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 August 1937

t u I e (Lit? -Naples VOLUME 52 On the "Broadway of America." MAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. 1937 Work Is Begun On Gymnaseum-Auditorium For Naples Will be Ready for AH Athletic TAXES C01LECTED —. . nv rmr nnnvu Events in the Fall Work began last Wednesday <n the erection of a gymnaseum ant Auditorium by the Naples School Board. The building is to be put on the present school grounds to t'ne east of the scihool buildings, rt will not be connected up with the presenjt building,, biut will bo at least 30 feet away in order to avoid an increase in insurance rates. The building will be constructed of wcod and metal. The roof end siding will be galvanized iron, with the sides of a pattern lepresenting b/ick. In addition to the gymnaseum proper, there are to be two class rooms on tire back end, 20 by2? leet eacfc. There is also to be a stage 15 by 8(J feet. The seating capacity for events on the gymnaseum floor will be approximately 500", but when the building is used as an audi- tori...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 August 1937

# m-. : * - j,'Taut ^ ^ M ^ •Vi LET THE SPARKS FLY WHERE THEY WILL Mouw. Clock, Coin. * ■*« S*- s> Dl ),. ... I®, Sp w SE^'w''''.. More work and longer hours la a strange request these days, but that is exactly what Reddy Kilowatt wants. Reddy Kilowatt has only one mission in life, and that is to work as hard as he can for as long as he can. He doesn't know anything else. He can't live... In fact he can't be born... unless there is work for him to do. His wage scale is just backwards. The more over- time he puts in, the lower his hourly rate of pay. The more work you load on him, the less you pay him per hour. Reddy Kilowatt wants to work. He knows there are a dozen jobs around your house he can do. He can refrigerate your food, cook your meals, clean your rugs, light your house, play your radio, wash and iron your clothes. He will do one or all of these jobs for you, easily, quickly, and cheaply. The more you let him do, the less each job will cost you. Give Reddy a chance to do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 August 1937

ia* NITOR THE N l\'i>trn /Sfrii'irr of Current Kventn V/AR ON TWO CONTINENTS Japanese Bomb Tientsin . . . Fearful Battle Rages Near Madrid ...... Congress Wanis to Pack Up and Go Home * I w kJm* i,'f me Mi$ji Japanese soldiers cremate their dead at Fengtai. IV. PLdaucd * RTTMfMAPTSrPS THP WOPT.r SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK C Wuatcrn Newspaper Union. China Skies Rain Fire 'T'HERE was war in North China ■*• whether it had been officially declared or not. Japanese bombers zoomed over the densely-populated city of Tientsin, raining death and destruction, and endangering thou- sands of citizens of the United States and other foreign countries. The air attack was Nippon's retaliation for a Chinese army drive which nearly drove the Japanese out of their North China stronghold. Chinese troops declared that "thousands of non-combatant men, women and children were killed or injured" by the airmen. The bombers left holocaust in their wake. Flames engulfed Tient- sin's principal buildings, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 August 1937

JP' \ \\ ' u.' f m WSm fHP THE NAPLES MONITOR Crocheted Flowers tor Your Bedspread You've seen spreads before, but never one like this with its large and small crocheted flowers! And don't think you must wait an "age" before it can be yours. Cro- chet hook, some string, and eas- ily crocheted individual medal- lions form this rich all-over de- sign. With the "key" pattern easy I ■A 1 tmmm IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Sunday i chool Lesson By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. Dean of the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. © Western Newspaper Union. Lesson for August 8 GOD FEEDS A PEOPLE. to remember, the "repeats" are a glorious pastime. Why not cro- chet some extra medallions and have a dresser scarf to match? In pattern 5817 you will find com- plete instructions for making the 9 inch medallion shown; an illus- tration of it and of all stitches used; material requirements. To obtain this pattern send 15 cents in stamps or coins (coins preferred) to The Sewing Circle Household Arts Dept., 2...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 August 1937

Whole Fiimily THE FEATHERHEADS By Osborne F'cSoooiess sakf- WHV UoM'T YOU <so MO USE — TOO HOT TO SLEEP— I'M (sOlNG To REST HEPE AWHILE Hips* you cam rest better. i>4 PEP-I'M CfOlKlfr to tuRM im V I KNOW I WOMT BE ABLE TO SLEEP- SO I'M STAVING: HERE AWHILE' COME OM NOW, GET UP/ ii>«t st AW-LEA\/E WE ALONE—I DON'T WANT To 60 "to bed— YOU KNOW 1 can't steep- h. Doze Daze ALL Rl<SH"X THEN-WAKE UP— AND <SfJT Vol« BREAKFAST OR- YOU'LL g>E LATE FOR WORkf//^ S'MATTER POP—Aha! Look Out for a New Kind of Salesman ByC. M. PAYNE ~15>i£&4+r v*W SON'T ) ;/ tf4t c-Mt«y "iSu'Rwa^ S IN&UflAMCtJ G © by Tt Brtl lyndlctU, !««■) .>> j^. The Local Volunteers MESCAL IKE br s. i~ huntley 1 VA/AMTEO -YUM FELLERS to squirt a ul v/ate® onj them \|R PEruKllO>5 PER. me, I WAS -AlMISj' -ID FlMlSw TUlS MERE VIWITTLIM' 'POSE 5UKJOOWM, aw' 1 aimt oot tm t me ^ / >MUU MYSELF.' HURRY, FELLERS? ( (Copyright. 1937, . 5. Pat. Office) foint or View FINNEY OF THE FORCE oH/NO1.' 'O...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 August 1937

Look Out, Playboys! Chorines Master Muskets ¥ & WM& HMM■ - 141 4 , , «.« ^ Thornton W Burcfess JLJL4UcJl t ' - • 1 " / J ' *** ■*'**•* Tokyo.—If, as pulp-paper novels would have you believe, chorus girls are the champion "gold diggers," these dancers of the Osaka Girls' Opera troupe should be doubly dangerous. Equipped with muskets, they perform daily drills under the supervision of an army officer "to promote the spirit of organized action." his haid, Peter. He's foolish in his haid." "Oh!" cried Peter. "Do you really think so, Unc' Billy? I thought he was just terribly excited." Unc' Billy winked at Jimmy Skunk as he said: "Ah don't know, about the excitement, Br'er Rab- bit, but when people talk about great big claws in somebody's mouth, Ah cert'nly think there is something the matter. If you ask me, Ah think Br'er Jay done gone crazy." "Poor Sammy Jay," said Peter to himself, as he hopped away to find out what other people thought. "Poor Sammy Jay I I guess Unc' Billy mu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 August 1937

UZT..UO-. $$' " I WiMi i c > "EH?, Ss* ♦Wflg'SV-*1 no^ silence..., stopping £&Y"iq °°rf^6u starting'' •' and ■v' •/: 'V,i': ;; M { '.'i 7 '...ando< pen W® ■W\ //I Wei >m©i Think of a little gas flame taking tl place of all th< machinery * *«#*£^3CS 9 ,ni«v one,wh'l* ' y /A I\ nte :verV rr o *tra ro°' Iti jfirifty, r#j M( and the gas wmpany makes ®''oeral allow once for your oM p«frigeratori ' * TO #,"<.•••• 'V', ■ Its riy Time See us for screen doors, screen wire, screen door hinges, latches and hooks J. B. WATTS Naples, Texas 16 FOOT STALK WINS TALL CORN DERBY 2 h£] --„ ai_D . I — Loser GIRLS and BOYS! MEET Peter Rabbit, if you don't already know bim. You will love Peter and his furred and feathered friends ... Buster Bear, Danny Meadow Mouse and all the rest of them. The surprising adventures of these interesting deuizcns of tlfe woodlands are told in the wonderful bedtime stories that appear in this paper. Do not miss a single one of them. Retorts With Cheese. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 6 August 1937

Add 30 to 40 Thousand Miles of Economical Service to Your Chevrolet by having your motor thoroughly reconditioned by mechanics who have been under factory train- ing for the past ten to fifteen years A Chevrolet Motor can be completely overhauled without the expense of removing it from the car. Compare our prices with other cars where it is necessary to remove the motor and pay freight charges to and from the factory .. . Any trained mechanic with modern equipment can recondi- tion a Chevrolet motor at a reasonable cost—and satisfactorily A motor overhaul consist of the following operations: 1ST BRIEFS in a meeting at Ore City which, began Wednesday night. Miw. Behrman will go to Ore City Saturday to be there for the remainder of the revival. We had good services Sunday. Exceptionally good attendance at the preaching services, also good gain in Sunday School. Please pray for the Ore City meeting." Be in your place Sun- day and keej> up the good attend- ance. Robert G. Behrman, Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 November 1937

; r jap*?! -■ ■-;# t ■ * ,m *®v *• £t|J 1 I v " aHM '••'•*• V. ;>: iftmtftar VOLUME 52 On the "Broadway of Ameri.:a." NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIJ Iti1 \ ifej SENATOR SHEPPARD AMERICAN LEGION IS DEAN OF CONGRESS CAMPAIN ENDS ■1? has Been a Member Longer - liaQ any Otlie>| Living Person. The folIcfVing as taken from The Washington Star and is re- produced hctrfo for (the .informa- tion of Monitor readers: Ono of, the most colorful and consistent of all United States . vnators will be present when the session opc)ts, just )au )he has bedn J resent far '.'«G years, all told, at meet) ngs of Coingress - Senator (Morris ?lieppa>H • of Texas, Dean of tht. fUnited states Congress, who has served noaitCy 11 years in tho House and 24 years in the Senate* Stii'pr Senatclr from 'Texas, Mr. Shelppar.d ^tas (had longer continuous servico than i any other living 'member. His ser vice dates from October 11, 1002, the date of tho death of his father, John L. SheiVpara, V" ho was at that time a Memb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 November 1937

m .. i v., \f V>. ' ' ■> I I; B§h& | w w 2?$) in J J ••You'll be ahead in all ways with NEW 193« CHEVROLET! You'll be ahead in the great things you get—You'll be ahead in the small price you payl SENATOR JSHEPPARD IS DEAN OF CONGRESS GEORGE A G NE W CHAMBERLAIN wzites .*«*-. .M'U Take a good long look at the smart, modern, distinctive lines of the new 1938 Chevrolet; count the many exclusive advanced features this beautiful car brings to you; and you'll know you'll be ahead uith a Chevrolet! It's the car that is complete, and that means it's the only low- priced car combining all the modern features listed at the right. See it at your Chevrolet dealer's—today/ ggKVHOLKT MOTOR DIVISION Cantra! Motor$ Sale* Corporati*#> DETROIT, MICHIGAN . lo* Smooth tive . . for giving protecl t of It b • this blgger- Itfer looking }werful—potl- i safe brakes travel . «• • ■mum motoring ^'Continued from first page) ' I If war IK III ^LVC-lfinHEAO SgjaKsSl'SiS fjw FISHER NO DRAFT |g;^:VEN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 November 1937

'vv' m w . ■IWI #" H'':' IS'eiett ifeview of Current Events BOOSTS FOR BUSINESS Morgenthau's Encouraging Speech . . . President Has Building Plan ... Japs Take Shanghai Wf France has bought $10,250,000 of our store of gold, and part of the big shipment sent from New York on the Normandie is here seen being un< loaded from a truck at a North river pier. IV. PicLutd SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK C WciUrn N«wipap«t Union. Balance Budget: Morganthau BUSINESS men of America re- ceived a cheering message, pre- sumably direct from the adminis- tration, delivered by Secretary of the Treasury Mor- genthau. Addressing the Academy of Po- litical Sciences in New York, Mr. Mor- genthau declared the time had come for balancing the budget, but said this should be accom- plished without addi- tional taxation. _ . Encouragement for Secretary industry and busi- Morgenthau ness was stated thus: "The laws should be so written and administered that the taxpayer can continue to ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 November 1937

#xfM (W THE NAimES MONITOR "Quotations" A He who would climb am'/ wmr aloft must need# keep ever at bin lide the tonic of a wholesome pride. —Arthur Hugh Clough. If you are solitary, be not idle; if idle, be not solitary,—Johnson. Better ice rightly on a pound a week than (quint on a million.— Bernard Shaw. Health U the soul that animates all the enjoyments of life.—Temple. He who saith there is no such thing as an honest man, you may be sure is himself a knave.—Bishop Berkeley. The days that make us happy, make us vise.—Muse field. IM FEELING FINE THIS MORNING -FREE FROM THAT THROBBING- HEADACHE AND READY FOR A GOOD DAY'S WORK, i & i All people who suffer occasionally from headaches ought to know this way to quick relii At the first sign of such pain, take two Bayer Aspirin tablets with a half glass of water. Some- times if the pain is more severe, a second dose is necessary iater, ac- cording to directions. If headaches keep coming back we advise you to see your own physician....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 November 1937

hp i Outscored THE FEATHERHEADS t/f QtrAX HEVl ^ you-1i* OUT V. ses-there was SOME MAM talking about sillV football numbers—j—- o/- p'frst wc y4?£S '-"e HECK/ TUST , Missed them/ ah- scores trow W+i-AM IM TEN MINUTES —I'LL ■ SET "THE DIAL NOW—TWEhJ I WOHT MISS THEM WHO WAS THAT LADY I seen YbU OUT WIT'? POfJT BE sllly— you CAM'T OUTWIT uV I PAYNE S'MATTER POP— Pop Came Back Down Later „ y3>oyc?L THfWK ALA^AXAM,wouree- ^oNNA- (Pua ■AT?AT5tSlT alaaaiam n—^os &umti)ih ^furof; y r AMT51Z06E-J loam mtl T3uwki v "Po"p, may I u5e "feiz- misiu-re- 5 /k" ® Bell Syndicate.—WTfU Service There Now! See What Happened! MESCAL IKE Br S. L. HUNTLEY i oest told wim we's IMVITED, MISS 5AU.V, ANt' WIT AINJ'T mo use -- we -SAjVS WIT'S TOO U^TH. NJOUU — COME. OM - LET'S (SO SEE A TERRIBLE TVIiMG WAS "V I SEEM UIM WAPPENJEO .WE COMPLETELV YlESCAMIKIUTE FORGOT TO INJVfTE TWEUTTLE ftSO OVER BATES' BOV TO 7WESUMDAV /TWAR BAO^OF SCHOOL PlCMIC.WOMTOUE/>D-TU POOL.' OP NOU ROM ALOUG AMDn=^S-^( MALL. I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 19 November 1937

H LI THW NAPLES MONITOR Our Presidents •o-* Push Gobbler as National Bird Farm George Washington twice re- ceived every vote of the Elec toral College. Thomas Jefferson was the first President to be inaugurat- ed in the city of Washington James A. Garfield was rep- resentative, senator-elect and President-elect at the same time. Thomas Jefferson and John Quincy Adams were chosen as President by the national house of representatives. George Washington and James Madison were signers of the Constitution oMh^JniJ ed States. pics VITAMIN A AID TO GROWING CHICKENS Alfalf Ec Meal One of Most! nomical Sources. Supplied !>)■ the United States Department! of Agriculture.—WNU Service Growi of vitam growth, about th season should in vit ists of animal Alfalfaj most ec A, w'ue chased, source of if iAL,,, I'LL NEVER GO TO DINNER WITH A BOY AGAIN UNLESS I flAVE SOME PHILLIPS' TABLETS IN MY PURSE Often "acid indigestion" is dis- tressing to you — and offensive to others. But now there is no excu...

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