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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 December 1937

PACE Fiv: THE DENISON TRUSS COURTS sions by steam, oil una water es- caping from steam cocks of the defendant's engines near Brown'g home FIFTEENTH D1ST. COUR'I K M. GARTER. JUDGE New Suit* Filed E. O. Jennings et ux vs. Shei- Jmun, Coca-Cola Bottling com- pany et al, $7,500 damages.! Amended, fiing of an old suit. Grand Jury To Meet The grand jury will convene for the last time this seBlon Wed-; nesday at 0 a m. in its rooms in the county building. Notices were sent out Monduy by District' attorney R. C- Slagle Jr. and Judge R. M. Carter. W. W. Bias-, singame of Van Alstyne is fore- man. GRAYSON COUNTY COURT JAKE J. LOY, JUDGE Beer Docket The Steen Beverage company has been granted a license as lo- cal distributor of beer at 227%' West Muin, Denison. The following persons hav® been granted licenses to retail b«er: T- E. Steen, 227 West Main, Denison; C. C. Whitten, one mile south of Red River on high- way 75; Ben H. Smith, 1620 North Grand, Sherman; Roy E. Hughes, 208 South Travis,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 29 December 1937

PACK BIX SOCIETY NOTES THE DENISON PRESS WED,. DEC. atli, 183J Marriages Are _ i missionary group Thi^ Week has an interesting ■leia i nis n meeting this week tonio, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny iRutn- i | crfortl of Fort Worth and Nick Ruth r ford of Oklahoma, have ' returned to their respective homes after a Christmas visit with their mother and other relatives. i Dick Jones has returned to his position with a steamship | . company in Houston after n holi-1 The Calvary Baptist Churchy visit in the h^me of h;s Missionary Society held a business pare.nt8> Mr. and Mrs. R. P. I period Tuesday when Mrs. Loyd joneg _ Rich presided. Plans were made - J •i°feBof Robert Hauschild'of Los for the program for the new year.I M an(1 Mrs. S- P. Bennett oi' Press Freedom Keynote at New York Fair iAa announced last month, Miss Craice Steed, daughter of Mr. .j.nd Mrs. W. E. Steed, 506 West Morgan street, will become the Angeles, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. The meeting was hesjd early in North s'cullin avenue, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 December 1937

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Partly cloudy to cloudy in Denison and vicinity THE DENISON Representative United Press and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS THURS. DEC. 30th, 1937 • fSJK MONTH WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930— DAILY 1934 fi A FAST GROWING PAPER VOL. 4—NO. 163 *9 Motorists Again Hampered By LowHangingFog Monopoly Is Aim Of Congress Many Claim Monopolistic fracticei Brought on World Depression; Solons to Consider Matter, Said. | ft Other Bills To Be Rushed Thru However, Weather Prophets Believe Possi- bility Good for Better Weather by First of Year; Thankful High Temperatures Here Denison today was hoping for were forced to drive their cars at clearer weather New Years with Snail paces when visibility thru predictions of less cloudiness in the long hanging fog was very few j the next forty-eight hours, de- feet. Car lights, even the most Congressional_ M embers spit© heavy clouds and fog here powerful, could not penetrate the1 Make Ready for Opening' late Thursday morning. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 December 1937

faqjh two THE DEN IS ON PRESS THURS. DEC. SOth, THE DENISON PRESS LbllatM* U MH Ma. to* Dally B*o pt SandRjr IQnterod u 8*oon<1 Class Matter June 23. 1*36 at the poet office at Denluou, T it j under tho •ct •< Muvh *. 1S7 . Dedicated to clean and reeiionelve Kuverument; to Individual and elvlo Integrity; to Individual ano etvie eoumereuu progrtiM. BUiMUUKl'lON RATES Uoe Week One Mouth ... Tbre« Months biz MontUa One Tear (in advance) (in advance) , cm advance) , .. 10c . 36c ., #Ui 11.7!/ |*.5i BOX HUMUKKA. Care Oenlaun Press will be given advertlaeia doalrln^ blind addresses. CHAKOK ACCOUNTS are acceptable from per uu-> bavin* ftleplione listed la their own name and upon agreeing to remit when blli la presented. 10 per cent will be added 'on unpaid private accounts after to days from date oI first Insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by t a. m. will b>- published the same day. KRRORS The Denlson Press will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. OUT-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 December 1937

THURS. DEC. 30th, 1937 THE DENTSON FRESS PAGE FTVC u COURTS UNITED STATES COURT UANUOLPB BRYANT, JUDGE New Suit* Filed United States of America V3. vViliam H- Harpool and R. T- Harpool for recovery of two farm crop loans of $75 and $130 m/ide in 1935 and 1930. Piled in law. Sealed Power Corporation vs. Cullum Motor Parts, Inc.; Walter S'pinks of Sherman appointed re- ceiver under $5,00(1 bond, to op- erate company so as to repay plaintiff $5,316.48 and to repay about 150 other creditors. Cases Disposed Elbert Rambo, violation of in- ternal revenue laws, sentenced to serve 90 days and pay a $50'i fine. Sentence on other counts' | totaling three year in the peni- 1 tentiaiy ad $750 fine suspended. Homer 'Rambo, violation of in- ternal revenue laws, sentenced to serve six months in jail and pay a fine of $500. Sentences on other counts totaling two years in jail and $200 in fines suspend- ed, and defendant paced on two years probation. j I Ruby Rambo, 30 month jail term and $700 in fin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 30 December 1937

PAGE SIX ' * V THE DENISON PWRSft THURS- DEC, 30th, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES Henry D. Walker Marries Anita Henwood in Impressive Ceremony At Binghamton, N. Y. In a lovely and impressive post- . , ul-,is Were miniature cheats- Four • Christmas ceremony Miss Aniiu courses were served. Louise Henwood, daughter of Mr. j Eight tables of bridge wen anj Mrs. Richard Lowell Hen- formed afterward. Mrs- Jamas wood of Binghamton, N- Y- and Rcdmon won high for club luem- Henry Dont^id .Walker, son *jf ^ bers, receiving u pickard table Dr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson set 'Mrs. Will Jackson was pre- Walker of Denison were married rented toilet water as second Monday afternoon at 2i30 o'- prize- Similar tokens were won clock in the Church of the Good t by guests having high score, Mrs. Comments 01 A Movie Fan I aj "Life of the Party"—An RKO- Kadio picture now showing at the Rialto theatre- the songs ful and most of ulready popular. ! These items don't make a pic- ture for the simple reason that :n many case...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1937

! , -r1 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Cooler but cloudy Friday And Saturday 1 Representative United Proas and International News Service. DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, DEC. 31st, 1937 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 «85srai!?raBrcaaa« ihra mouth A FAST GROWING PAPER ~VOL. 4-NOrfeT COLDER WEATHER TO Jews Are END RAINS IS SEEN Fair, but Colder Atmospheres Forecast For North Texas and Southwest Within Forty- Expulsed, Roumania Weird Story Of Ship Piracy Is Told G-Men By Horrified Shippers LOS ANGELES—Six survivors related to G-men how Dwight! Paulding was shot to death by! | Jack Morgan and at the point of Eicrht Hours: Li&ht Foe Seen Here Thurs. Semitic Influences ,Eurp- a *U1> fo*ee^ one of the men Grocer*, In Special Meeting I MAtkM M n friAM Am 1 r\„! ' ahnui'/l fi: fl*l*#vur tlin lv * Businesses To Remain Open Here Denisonians today are awaiting missing fog today, seen practically1 the weater bureau's forecast for every, day this week, advancing colder weather late today or early, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1937

PAGa TWO THE DENISON PRES.-? FRIDAY, DEC. 31st, 1937 THE DENISON PRESS Batabttaha* la l M Twlephon* No. t(H> lasruad Doilr Bxoapt Sunday Botererf as Saounl Class Matter June 21, lSSli bt the post office at LMmleun, Twia uuder tb< act vt March k. 187 . Dedicated to clean and reaponglve government to Individual and civic lnterrlty; to Individual ano olvte eommereiai progress KUBORUTION RATES One Week One Month ... Three Months BU Month* One Year others there must be who are content to work as operators or employees of the business. Generally that group which owns the business have less of actual money to sy>end for themselves than do the workers under them. Certainly, they have burdens a plenty which the worker does not. But why ia such a group seeking to be the owners of a business? For the same reason a man wants to fly across a continent and make a record flight. Now for a Nation to throttle those worthy ambitions to where the desire to be industrial leaders is killed or h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1937

FRIDAY, DEC. 31st, 1937 THE DENracw mESS PAGE FIVE V L-" COURTS FIFTEENTH DiST. COURT K. M. CARTER, JUDGE Realty tranfei1! Harry W. Bennett and Georjjio ' Bennett Baldwin to Harry S'. I Baldwi, ]ot 7 and 8, block 4i), I original itown plat of Denison, | aid lot 3, block 13, original town Cases Disposed Belle Landrum et al vs. Frank plat of Denison, $10 and other Landrum Jr. et al, partition. Re- considerations, Dec. 23. port of A. iPeebes, receiver, ap- H. P. Bore et ux to Alrin proved. Peebles sold lots 1, 2 and Smith et ux, 100 acres in the rolet Redan. 3, block 11, College Park addi- Joseph F. Morse survey, $1 and' tion to Denison for $150- | other considerations, Jan. 30. ! A Automobile Registration* F. L. Jennings, Crum, Chevro- let sedan. ' Joe Myers, Tioga, Ford coach. Jack Emberson, Celina, Chev. rolet sedan. ' Jack and Ethel Anusewitz, Sher- man, Chevrolet sedan. Aline Lathrop, Sherman, Chev. Honors for Southwest at New York Fair 1939 And The Worst Is Yet To Come Alvin Smit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 31 December 1937

PAGE SIX THE DENISON PRESS FRIDAY, DEC. 31st, 1937 SOCIETY NOTES al the end of the bridge i Teachers Attend ,thor, Bonham Luncheon | Attending liora Denison wera i Mrs- N. E. Campbell, Miss Jennie Mrs. Emerson Anderson enter-1 M„ A ,, 1Iai.lson. -Mw. tainedwlth a bndge luncheon to-, ^ ^ of friends. The bridal couple left for Cam- eron Thursday to resido, and en- i route there stopped in Denton to visit with the groom'p parentJ, Mr- ant)«Mrs. D. L. Wallis. I For her marriage, Mrs. Wallis ( HE PRESS SNAPSHOTS wor day in her home, <> 1 (5 West Eighth street, Bonham, complimenting a number of Denison school teacher friends. The hosteas is a teacher in Bonham high school, and pass- ed the holidays in .this city. I Cox, Mrs. Ralph Porter Jr., Miss Dovie Mae Arnold, Miss Frances Herzinger, Miss Margaret Miller, Miss Lillian I'olson, Miss Mar- garet Newton, Others are Mrs.' Herbert Hedke of Lincoln, Neb., I The new year motif was stress- Migg Gartrell wgtson of Dallas, ed in table dec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 August 1938

e WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair today and Tuesday THE DENISON A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month SALCS MEAN JQBS MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY AUGUST 1, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 32 Justice Dept. to Open Investigation V) Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON WASHINGTON, Aug. 1 (UP) —The Justice Department an- nounced today that it will seek a grand jury investigation of op- position by the American Medical Association to group health asso- ciations. Assistant Attorney General T. Arnold said the department would v„ ask for criminal indictments' j semi-tear jerkers against the association and the 3r6£ldl Day ic doesn't mind as' District^ of Columbia Medical So- _ On luesday Crusade Spirit Catches GOP And New Deal Tested "Shopworn Angel" opened here Sunday and it seemed to be an-| ask other of those that the public long as such players as Margaret' ciefy on charges of anti-trust law Sullavan, Walter Pidgeon and Jim-' violations. my Ste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 August 1938

.ft. THE DENISON PRESS Established In 1030 Telephone No. 800 Of/ice of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive governments to individual and civic integrity; to individual ant civic commercial progress. Even the Son of Man filled the stom- achs of people before he was ready to speak to them of the abundant life. This sales crusade means jobs for people who have been idle or on part time if we carry it through and do our part. It means food for them. Jobs are created through the fact our purchases have reduced various lines of SUBSCRIPTION RATES , stock on the sh(^'Cs of mcich.ints to the One Week 10q point where refill orders will start the One Month 3&«i wheels of mills and factories going again. aWSf* t ifZt This will send long lines of people One Year (in advance) $3.50 to work to refill orders which will BOX NUMBERg. Caye Denison Press wfll be given demand millions of dollars of raw material advertisers desiring blind address...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 August 1938

MONDAY AUGUST 1, 1938 THE DENWON FRESs OTHER EDITOR'S THOUGHTS • • ONE FOR ALL AND ALL FOR ONE It is all over. Unprecedented elections in Texas have been •broken. The hottest campaign ever known in this state, since the days of Sam Houston and Hogg; and Clark ended Saturday. Twelve men were candidates foi- the Governorship. Five showed up well, as far as vote getting is concerned; but one, W. Lee O'- Daniel of Fort Worth, received fi majority over his eleven oppon- ents by at least 25,000 votes, when all the returns shall haivo' come in. Nothing like it has ever •n known in this State. People every walk of life, even standing in the rain Saturday night and Sunday discussing it, and didn't know what it was all about. In the solid old Democrat- ic County of Collin, given and named to us iby Collin McKinney, who helped create the Republic and State of Texas and a solid man of his" time; Governor James W. Throckmorton, one of the noted Texas' Democratic Govern- ors and Hon. Tom J. Brown...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 1 August 1938

FOUR THE DBgnSON PJUB88 MONDAY AUGUSTT 1. 1988 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N*wt to Phone 300 1 lease Party Honors Rainbow Girls ' Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sterns, 323 W. Crawford, entertained the members of the Denison Rain- bow Assembly with a lawn party and street dance, Saturday night at their home, i The lawn and the block immedi. Comments Of A Movie Fan "Shopworn Angel" at the Rialto of the bride's brother, R. M, Mor-| ^j|eajre currently., showing;.. A rison. 1530 W. Morton. The COU- Metro-GoIdwyn-^Mayer jproduc- pie left Sunday for a wedding, tion dire<.ted j,y H. c... potter. trip to Austin and Galveston af- ter which they will be at home in Lubbock. Mrs. Burleson is a graduate of the Denison high school and the Marinello School at Dallas and has for the past few years been associated with the Security ately in front of the Sterns home Beauty shop in Denison, was decorated with colored lights and baskets of flowers. A nickel- odeon provided music for danc- ing. To carry out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 August 1938

M, f) WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair today and Wednesday THE DENISON PR A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS SALII MEAN JQ J DENISON, TEXAS WEDNESDAY AUG. 3 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL 5—NO. 35 CRUSADE FEATURES COFFEE THURSDAY; CALLS WEDNESDAY Bread Day Reported Success As People Buy And Make Jobs For Bakery Workers- Spirit Of Salesmen's Crusade Spreads. Bread day in Denison went ov- ers, although in some cases not er in a big way and Denison bak-' running up as big sales as some J——:■ 1 ■ ■ I other days, are gratified with re- ^ 1 d*1 suits and believe the crusade is having its effect in helping to provide jobs for Denison people. More talk about bread and the relation it bears to giving people in Denison jobs has been heard in ! the past few days than at any V>„ tv .. , time in the history of Denison, By the time you are reading ^ . , , one Denison man observed. Everyday DENISON By LOUIS ANDERSON Soviet-Jap Clash At Jittery Stag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 August 1938

THE DENISON PRESS w- ■ ■ w^ppvapy ■ WEDNESDAY AUG. 3 1938 TOE DENISON PRESS Established in 1980 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Main IsHued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government: to Individual and civic integrity; to individual ant civic commercial progress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES! One Week ..._ 10c One Month 3flc Three Months (in advance) 90c Six Months (in advance) $1.75 One Year (in advance) $3.50 BOX NUMBERS. Care Dt'tiisjn Press wfll be given advertisers desiring blind auflresses. CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person." having telephone listed in their own name and up on agreeing to remit when bill is presented.. It per cent will be added on unpaid private account! after 30 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m. be published the same day. wiD Any erroneous statement reflecting upon thr character or reputation of any persons will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention <)f the publisher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 August 1938

WEDNESDAY AUG. 3 1938 THE DENX50N FRESs PAGE THREK - LAUREL and H\RDY PARIS STYLES By AUDREY AMES United Press Staff Correspondent ^ | who are appearing currenty at the Star theatre in "Swiss Miss." and 15.5 acres in the Henry Ste- wart survey, $10 and other con- siderations. July 8ft, 1938. PARIS (UP)—In the mid-sea son lag between the last of thj summer models and the first of the fa 1 production, Paris takes to August resortsi; the dressmaking salons figuratively, and often lit- erally, pul down their blinds, and American tourists fill the places left vacant by all "self respect- ing" Parisians who simply cannot be seen here until September. Fashion writers—who form a sizeable co'.ony—must turn their thoughts and words toward less spectacular things than coats and dresses. Most of them rightly take advantage of the oppor- tunity to look over the lingerie field and discover that new colors fabrics and lines are just as im- portant underneath as on top. Pastel tints reign supreme i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 3 August 1938

' - PAOS FOUR THE DgWIBON PRBS8 #®DNBSDAY AUG. 3 1938 SOCIETY NOTES Phone Your Society N*w* to Phone S0<> Please to 'visit his sister. Kisit in San Angelo. " | to y fvis: He wilt also Garden Party Compliments Guests Of Mrs. Otha O'Dell Smith, treasurer; Mrs. Glen Sin- clair secretary; Ms. Kenneth Louis Anderson, city editor oJ the Denison Press, left this morn ing for a vacation trip to Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Port Ar- thur and other points of inter- est in Central and South Texa- CRUSADER "Sales Mean Jobs' SALES MEAN JOBS Mrs. William G. Vaughn an 1 Snyder, chairman of the visiting1^ infant son are doing nicely * commitee; Mrs. Claud Cannon, at- their home, 521 West Woodard. I Mr. and Mrs. Otha O'Dell, 1020 £. Texas, entertained last night with an informal reception hon- oring her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good, of Chicago, and her sisters, Mrs. P. M. Simpson and Mrs. Walter Scott, also of Chicago. The guests were received on the lovely lawn of the O'Del...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 August 1938

<9 WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Generally fair today and Wednesday THE DENISON PRESS A FAST GROWING PAPER 35c Per Month SALE* member of the united press DENISON, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUG. 4, 1938 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 36 DENISON MAN SOUGHT ON KIDNAP CHARGE ICE CREAM DAY IS * FRIDAY IN CITY'S SALESMEN'S MOVE I ) Overall Day Went Over In Big Way Many Given Work Through Sales Made by Local Mer- chants Wednesday as People Catch on to Idea "Denison Must Not Fail" Say Success of Move Up to Each Individual Group /Which Is to be Featured Daily Hero Lane Welcomes Corrigan Rioutous Acclaim Given to Man Who Flew Wrong Way and Landed in Erin MEXICO SPURNS GESTURE U. S. FOR CONFERENCE Wages of Ry DECLARE THEY'LL DO Men Will Be THEIR OWN SOLVING ArbitratedQF EXPROPRIATION Decision Pleasing to Most Railway Workers in Deni- son, is Report Matter to be Settled Soon by Board NEW YORK, Aug. 4 (UP)- Douglas Corrigan returns today from Ireland to a riotous hero's welcome. Everyday DENI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 4 August 1938

THE DENISON PRESS EsUblUhcd in 1980 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication at 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday ■" 11 ' 1 —' ■ 1 1 — J Dedicated to clean and responsive government: to lnflmdiial and civic integrity; to individual ani, their life's blood, working night and day to keep a business going, and then be ask- od to give up most of it to the goverment, will not work in this country—unless we get a dictatorship which will force a man to do it. When we lift the premium of success- ful effort from the head of a man in busi- ness when that head is seeking to establish bigger and larger plants we are also tak- ing away incentive to own and operate a business. Men who have their ambitions thus inhibited by excessive taxation will do as we hear many are plannng to do if tax- BOX NUMBERg. Care Denison Press wfll be givei ps are not eased up. Information is that men who have found it unpi-ofitable tc civjp commercial progress. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week 1Q< One Month _ Th...

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