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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

UIK INSTANT i 0k oCvVlJPKG n towtls Mfl&O *6R Roll PRESIDENT t INSTANT COFFEE - ,0 07.99' (QFFEE silver $tar 59' PINEAPPLE JUICE .„«10* J TOR-TEES CHEEZ-TRIX. COCKTAIL RINGS. BAKON KRISP rtu IV NESTEA ,m, 99* CATSUPDH M0NTE oq< FAMILY SIZEJT CANDIES""0" 2 LB JELLIES 49* pg TTERQ ENT crystal white liquid M/iot.49* NECTAR ,20,15' SAUERKRAUT •• 79' QT | A R JL M PICKLES—= 48 OZ IAR 69 £|||L| GEBHARDT'S WITH BEANS 3 $1.00 CAN SODAS ™ *"iiss 10* CAKE MIX °w" 4 $1.00 BISCUIT MIX™" " 53' DINNER BEEF FLAVOR >.,69' FLOUR amerkan beauty $1.89 TISSUE S0 T PR NTS 2 ROLL PKG 4 r;s $1.00 OILmrs tucker,s 99' DRINK PINEAPPLE. GRAPEFRUIT IUICE 46 0J 3 >o> $1.00 PEACHES l,bby no zi/2 CAN3 ,o.$1.00 CHILI GEBHARDT'S NO BEAN 300 CAN 49' PINE-PINE 15 OZ. Ill *diTSaVWv rt.', ivf-* ' CHARCOAL STEAKHOUSE BRIQUETS 10 LBS. PET CREAMER I LB. JAR 59 % 0 MISCtlMIONi TOOTHPASTE COLGATE FAMILY SIZE REG. 1.09 69' CASHMERE BOUQUET DUSTING POWDER 2 41.00 BRIGHT SIDE REG 69< DEODORANT SHAMPOO HAND L...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

/.•Xv.-v.-'.i-v '.v- . '.-. . -v.-.". •• • "pt§i§r :&y<- lea w . w„\ Wi • '#>•:. .&> 4 . ,/ •<*•• t} . C^XvX: mmm&Wmm \i u si THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 I H to ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED — Israel Garcia of Garciasville announces the engagement and approaching marriage of his daughter Lily Gloria to Pedro Ochoa Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Ochoa of Perezville. Miss Garcials a graduate of Rio Grande City Schools and Pan American University. She is presently employed as a bilingual material specialist with the La Joya School District. Her fiance is a graduate of La Joya Schools and Texas A&I University. He is also employed by the La Joya School district. The wedding will be held in Gar- ciasville September 30. (Herald Photo) THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTINI Attorney General of Texas It's time to pay bills again. And there's a bill from the department store for a whop- ping $520! What do you do'.' Begin to grill eacli f...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 7. r> I ' . '* K «•> - •m f* . * * <* "V HOMERO ELECTED —Homero Escobar a member of the Rio Grande City FFA Chapter was elected treasurer of the Rio Grande Valley District FFA Association. The elections for district FFA officers were held at a district meeting on September 9, 1972 at the Mer- cedes High School. PAL Soccer Team Sets Season Opener EDINBURG --Soccer players from five nations will start for Pan American University here Saturday in Pan Am's season opener against Rice University. The Bronc athletes come from Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Turkev and the U.S.A. Saturday's game starts at 2 p.m. Admission is free. It will be played on Pan Am's new soc- cer field, located just north of the men's dormitory on Sugar Road. This will be Pan American's first intercollegiate athletic competition of the new academic year. Coach Layne Jorgensen has 25 men fighting for positions on the 11-man first team. Dr. Jor- gensen said ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

AUTUMN '72! The IV! oratronic Pantsuit $ 15. Slip into something a little more com- fortable. Slip into Anthony's new Moratronic pantsuits — solid color flare- legged pants topped with a floral or geometric Moratronic print top. The 100% polyester knit fabric is ma- chine washable and dryable, so you'll have even more time to be comfortable, and fashion- able, in the Moratronic pantsuit from Anthony's. In assorted fall colors. Sizes 8 to 18. At your nearby • . . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 When In Doubt Mumble When In Doubt, Mumble; A Bureaucrat's Handbook, by James H. Beren, pp. xli, 172, Van Nestrand Relnhold, 1972 Reviewed by Neil V. McNeil, Director, Medill News Service. This is a very funny book. But like most good funny books it contains the elements of tra- gedy. What Jm Boren, a for- mer Federal burcaucrat him- self (in the State Department at that), is doing is putting on, as the phrase goes those days, the organization men of govern- ment, bu...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

. r >4 . I 5 \. - *- • • 1 - . i Come See Us! That's What We're «s)l«]U Here For Furniture THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 RA8ANITOS POR CHARLES SCMULl 'dUHA LOM6P\t DEON 3d? i \WOO&£>; ^r d quiepes 0|U al6Q |2>- /WTlO)? ^ ME DlUJSA POSA 6ACAf2fA 08 ^ "CALD y LO P0N9R(A DEf&£o pE UH UBRO ?E POECE APLA^IAP. NO UN ^ TALC US UBpb OETIRAS C0M\CA^... /DESEPTA HA-, /BEpUhDfA LAsEMANA OA CWE. IDS cwcoS CCEo QOE Mov A OJ6EftP E60- Sv f-20 eAQUlPN<& LO vAt A 4U- c3ep\P? y ..IT c NOSE /P02O to 6U6ERIRE/ M0 6ABE6UV Kit QUt R W VWCW- (A W7Z- 6\ NAOlE IE m CE- 6AlD^, LA ELLA HO "HENE -noo djSO TE iNTEQtSA £L n\po OE LA N/1CA? i 0EETVOVEH hVJHCA tNO WAGUCA QJEIDMJ£ P06^KE1\t)^ !/ ce\jc®s? d<3ABESLD QUE NOTOd BEEmWETA? See Us VEp0$Qfc), Y L0E6D \£ A LA d-TE-fACECEl^A . POENA . OUaAPAi CtEE UNA P>Ct NA OL) 6AQ* 1AL VF 2 GAtfe (JU8A<(M H?AEX1PA NA EN tL NlCO? tSO fOE loqj£ Pi N'JE- Vo 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE cm IfiSAO OH UTO EH MI CASQUE HAB...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBKH 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 It's 1973, and Chevrolet roofs are opening, seats are swiveling, bumpers are retracting, hatches are flipping up. 4- Did you ever have so much to talk about that you didn't know what to say first? We're happy to report that's us for 1973. But since everything must begin somewhere . . . stirred up about. One of our new bumpers, for example, is built around twin hydraulic cylinders. So on minor impact, the whole system retracts to cushion the shock. It's standard on all big Chev- rolet, Chevelle and Monte Carlo A Isn't it romantic? You see that rectangle beaming at you from above? That's a moon- roof. Not to be confused with a sunroof. (Although many people will undoubtedly be caught using it like one.) A power roof is available on Chevelle and Monte Carlo; a manual one on Nova. Bumpers are exciting? This year's are something to get u-jr' Now Malibu Colonnade Hardtop Coupe. models. Nineteen different models to choose from. I '...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, l'J72 THE HIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 ■HI $ i j- t * V - r - ■y I > ■ -* ~!rv'F m>«[ •*5I£ * ^ £ **'• X'. '< * V >. *, X < •* * \ , > * * «. X ^ * .V*i T; "' N V * '* ** ft,' ssisi® ■iVrS Victims Of Crimes Due Compensation ETA OFFICERS — The Future Teachers of America chapter of Rio Grande City High School will be sponsoring a Teacher of the Week' program which will feature in the Rio Grande Herald an educator that has distinguished himself or herself in the opinion of the FTA chapter. The feature will feature a photograph of the educator and a write-up about the individual. The chapter officers are Carlos Garcia, treasurer, Rosa Villarreal, vice- president, Rosie Villarreal, reporter, Alfredo Garcia, historian, Annie Silva, president, Gilberto Guerrero, secretary and Javier Saenz, parllmentarian. Sponsors of the chapter are Mrs. Diane Shaffer and Miss Elena Barrera. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) Instructive Economic World AI Lis When Oxford Un...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

1 is. IK iff :! i THURSDAY. SEP rnmsm 1 I 8 '..Aj u I 1 V- - •j " i* «• ' 1 WELCOME-MR. PRESIDENT TO OUR COUNTY, TO OUR COMMUNITY, TO OUR HOME! Ramirez Ford Sales WEST MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY V RAMIREZ GIFT SHOP STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER RAMIREZ FIRESTONE STORES RIO GRANDE CITY ROMA MANUEL RAMIREZ MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ROMA w

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

«• * Bears rip Rattlers 32-0, meet small La Joya THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 25 'Ik t CONFERENCE — Coaches Maldonado, Vlllarreal and Gomez are pictured In conference with end Gomez and Quarterback Garcia at the PSJA Rio Grande City Rattler encounter. The Bears defeated the Rattlers 32-0. The Rattlers also lost to Mission 33-6 and meet La Joya in home territory this week. Villarreal is in his first year at the head post with the Rattlers. (Herald photos by Raul Trejo) r 1 1 1 1 ■ ■ , . •*. CHAPA SCAMPER -- PSJA Bear Quarterback Ernie Chapa is pictured above with a Rat- tler defender hanging on . . . Chapa scored three touchdowns against the Rattlers with runs of 37, 31 and 32 yards for the three scampers which he tallied. Number 50 for the Rattlers is Pete Reyna, Number 20 is Lupe Gallegos. The Rattlers meet La Joya this week at Rattler Field with kickoff time slated for 8 p.m. This will be the first home game for the Rattlers. PASS COMPLETION — Ruben Lope...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

I I I 1 I I I 1 IS ' 1 H 11 i *! 11 I tttl i.-isWN 'j.H ■* wi ^ ., . t, I * v'. . . ••/ wya -I'T- • ••- ;n ■ jn BOD*g|gf *•' :' . Wvfi.W; imu BAND MARCHES ON — The Rio Grande City High School Rattler Band under the direction of frank Smith inarched on to the field last Friday night at halftime entertainment during the PSJA-RGC football game. The Rattler hand is some 90 marching strong with some 98 in the high school l>and program. Smith is new to the local band and has worked with the director for about three weeks. Smith comes from Lubbock where fin- ished his work on degrei- studies in music. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) A Habit Worth $16,000 A Year Bluntly, the clinic counsellor hurls the question at the young heroin addict. "How many Cadillacs do you think you have in your arm?" He intends a shock effect, to THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 reinforce one of the motivations that pulls many addicts to the clinic — the desire to shed the anxiety and sweat of having to earn or steal ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 27- ■i V ' I ' L l ^ . V- *• THE 73 FORDS ARE HERE. The airborne glider. 82 decibels at 60 mph At 60 mph a 73 Ford LTD rode quieter than an airborne glider. On July 27,1972, General Radio Co. tested a '73 LTD against an airborne glider. Both at 60 mph and with identical sound level meters. The result: the Ford was quieter. But the new LTD is more than just quiet. It is well made from its power front disc brakes, power steering and automatic transmission, standard equipment, to its luxurious, comfortable, roomy interior. There are 16 new Ford models to choose from and each will convince you that quiet is the sound of a well-made car. The *73 Ford LTD. 65 decibels at 60 mph. Quiet is the sound of a well-made car. High wire artist Bill Couch balancing on a '73 Torino riding over a road of 2x4*s. THE QUIET 1973 FORD LTD BROUGHAM (shown with optional Deluxe BUmper Group Convenience Group, deluxe wheel covers, front cornering lamps a...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD i ALL SMILES — Tilt' Rio Grande City High School Student Council who are largely res- ponsible for the visit by President Richard Nixon are pictured above with their big smiles of pride. President Donald Gebhart and Vice-President Norman Ramirez extended the invitation to the president after a visit to the White House by a past council. Pictured above are the officers of the organization; Gebhart, Ramirez, Minerva Carrera, secre- tary, Ana Maria Guerrero, treasurer, Mario Lopez, parlimentarian, Ana Liza Lopez, chaplain, and Reporter Jaime Ramirez. Also pictured with the group are their sponsors, Miss H. Lopez and James Shaffer and High School Principal Ruben Saenz. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) \ * ' :v * CELEBRATES -- Young Marc Edward Trejo was feted with two parties in celebration of his first birthdute. Marc celebrated on Saturday in a party given him by his maternal grandparents in Edinburg. The guests were served punch, cookies...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 29 *■ ■ r> -Tr> , ...fl#* COUNTY COURT HOUSE STARR COUNTY Rio Grande City, Texas 73502 September 19, 1972 -}■ 1 *• f - V. " DR. MARIO E. RAMIREZ COUNTY JUDGE JOSE S. HINOJOSA COUNTY CLERK COUNTY COMMISSIONERS E. A. DURAN PRECINCT NO. 1 AMANDO PENA PRECINCT NO. 2 J. M. LONGORIA PRECINCT NO. S REYNALDO ALANIZ PRECINCT NO. 4 E. G. GONZALEZ COUNTY AUDITOR DR. RENE A. SOUS SHERIFF JOHN A. POPE, III COUNTY ATTORNEY JOSE D. VILLARREAL TREASURER JOHN HINOJOSA COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT C. MUNOZ ASSESSOR COLLECTOR E. AGUILAR COUNTY SURVEYOR FRANK R. NYE. JR. DISTRICT ATTORNEY BLAS CHAPA DISTRICT CLERK the people and the elected officials of starr county, texas extend a very hearty welcome to mr richard nixon, president of the united states of america . a grateful community again reiterates sincere thanks and acknowledges his generosity and the cour- tesies that he extended to its school children when they visited washington. it further...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 30 1 Js PILOT — Piloting the "Marine One" helicopter which will bring President Richard M. Nixon to Rio Grande City will be Marine Corp Lt. Col. Richard A. Kuci. Col. Kuci is the com- manding officer of Marine Helicopter Squadron One located at Quantico, Va., which provides transportation for the President. Col. Kuci commands more than 400 officers and men in his squadron. He is a veteran of more than 20 years in the Marine Corp and is the seventh Marine Avaitor to be named as the Presidential Helicopter Pilot. (Official White House Photo) Barrera resigns from Board... The Rio Grande City Inde- pendent School Board of Trust- ees meeting in their regular meeting accepted the resigna- tion of Heberto (Beto) Barrera from the school board, Barrera who has been the .subject of a quest to remove him from the board because of a felony conviction for vote fraud submitted a letter of re- signation in which he listed the many accomplishm...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 31 * r. t. 'Vigiii' FOR ANYTHING BUT TEARS I | * r t I w?. iv < if? the trouble with venereal disease is that too many people take a so-what attitude about it "So what.'", they often say, with perhaps just a suggestion of a sly smile. "It's no worse than having a cold." When you hear that kind of talk, you are listening to a fool. A woman infected with syphilis can pass it on to her unborn child. It's called "congenital syphilis." Most likely the baby will be stillborn. It not, it will almost inevitably be crippled or disfigured through blindness. Or deafness. Or deformed bone structure. Or heart disease. Or insanity. A fate considerably "worse than having a cold," wouldn't you say.' It happens to too many innocent babies every year in the United States. f i. • r I: -I- •r . Syphilis and gonorrhea ore two different dis- eases. Both are curable when treated by a repu- table physician. A baby born to a mother with untreated go...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 32 * * + * * * * * * ¥ * + * * * + * * * * * * * * + * * * * * * * * + * * * * + * * * * * * * * + * * ,■ -.itS-a r- ftftftXj . '""tl kmmm ■ i •'"vWfj ma ■■'7 !:■ *j? i.:#s ' • ■',",■•£ ■'■• ' ft*. '' i''=■; j'v-ft',. lft :WT^ 11 m , 'j'-H ft'fi'J _AS ; RNi >; * • ft •"V'-p W?y? ± M i,' 5§pi %0' | ^gSS HAH TO OUR CHIEF! We're Glad You re With Our Students LAREDO FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS 300 E. Main Rio Grande City 487-2440 _ ! • WBmJm wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnrn . . „ -

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

- - GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS I Vol. XXI No. 39 Thursday, September 28, 1972 Rio Granrle City, Texas NIXON VISIT HIGHLIGHTS SCHOOL YEAR — The visit by President Richard M. Nixon will certainly highlight the school activities for 1972-1973 for the seniors of Rio Grande City High School. Nixon is pictured above with high school principal Ruben Saenz as he was received with a three minute standing ovation as the high school band played "Hail to the Chief'. Saenz introduced Donald Gebhart who introduced the president to the high and junior high student bodies. Saenz recalled the visit by the Rio Grande City High School Student Council to Washington D.C. and remembered the big moment when Nixon took timeout from his busy schedule to visit with the kids from Texas that year. (Herald photos by Raul Trejo) DONALD STANDS PROUD — Donald Gebhart son of Rev. and Mrs. James Gebhart stands proudly by President Nixon as the student body prepared...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

/ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 A BANNER NIGHT NEW YORK - At 7:30 PM baseball fans with banners were told to assemble outside the park to line up for the an- nual banner parade at Shea Sta- dium Nobody expected the first game to last 18 innings, but the Mets won it from the Phillies 3-2 and thousands car- rying 3,912 banners — after waiting two and one-half hours outside center field — were permitted back in to the park at 10:10 PM when the game ended They had to wait 11 innings. HAPPY BIRTHDAY-KIKA « President Richard M. Nixon made a big high with the student body and the crowd and with Congressman E. (Kika) de la Garza as president Nixon an- nounced that Friday was the Congressman's birthdate and that "Congressman De La Garza has proven that when one wants to in America they can go to the top and the Con- gressman deserves to have the President of the United States play the piano for him and wish him a happy birthday", Nixon said. He then made his way t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

i t - A - I -a A . A- I ■ ♦ :i - i \ \ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1072 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 PRINTING IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS!! FOR 15 Years I ran between Red Barn and my Printing Shop ... I learned a man can' serve two masters ... So I am now dedicating myself to PRINTING . . . COMMERCIAL-TCP NOTCH PRINTING . . . FULL TIME . . . Everything From a Name Card to complete Snap Forms-to Wedding Invitations to Party Cards We Really Mean it When We Say Full t ime and Complete Printing Supplies ENGAGEMENT — Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Garcia ofSan Ygnacio announce the engagement of their daughter Alma to Staff Ser- geant Dario A. Guerra son of Mr. and Mrs. Serafin Guerra of 118 North Kennedy Street here in Rio Grande City. The couple will exchange vows at 5:30 p.m. September 30 in San Ygnacio. She is a graduate of Texas A&I University and he is presently stationed in Tucson Arizona with the United States Air Force. (Herald Photo) PRINTING COMPANY 102 S. SAN ANTONIO 487-2695 TODA CLASE DE TRAB...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

— \ 1 tell it like it ISe • • 1 RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR i The Rio Grande City High School student body and faculty along with the Junior High School student body and their faculities are to be congratulated for their outstanding performances during the president's visit here last week. We have always contended that we boast a top student body and last week they were at their peak of perfec- tion. * * * It would be impossible to detail the many people and everything that they did to make the entire visit a success but I can assure you that many people put in some long hard and pressured hours of back breaking work to put this entire thing over. You know who you are and we commend you for your work! * * * One of the things that we must explain is that if you didn't get an invitation (many clubs are used to not attending functions unless somebody specifically in- vites them by formal invitation and special messenger) it is because there were not invitations issued at all, in ...

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