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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Butte, Montana Montana Standard Butte. Monday morning june 5, 1944 three mrs. J. Gilboa is summoned member of Pioneer family Dies mrs. Genevieve Brennan Gilboa Rife of James c. Gilboy and merrier of an esteemed Pioneer family Butte died sunday morning in i local Hospital following a Brief illness. The family Home is at 842 West Park Street. Bom and reared in the mining City mrs. Gilboy was. The Daugh i Ter of the late James Brennan one of the Best known of the Early Day min foremen Here. She was Well known throughout the Community and leaves a wide Circle of friends who will learn of her passing with deep sorrow. In addition to her husband. Mrs Gilboy is survived by a daughter. Mary o. Gilboy her Mother. Mrs. Agnes Brennan. Butte two Brothers in Law and four Sisters or. And mrs w. A Graham of Butte. Or. And mrs j. J. Of Keefe of Long Beach and Rilia and Catherine Brennan of Butte three Brothers and Sisters in Law. Or. And mrs. W. J. Brennan of Burlingame. Calif. Or. And mrs. J. G. Brennan of Salt Lake City and or and mrs. Joseph Brennan of Portland an aunt mrs. W. J. Pascoe of Butte Brothers in Law and Sisters in Law or. And mrs. M. H Gilboy of Butte. Mary Gilboy and Joseph Gilboy of Scranton. Pa., and several nephews and nieces in Butte Portland. Salt Lake City and California. The body is at the Daly Shea Chapel. Edward Flannigan loses life in nine mishap Edward Leo Flannigan. 49. Lost his life saturday night when he was apparently struck by a car on the 1.200-foot level of the Emma mine. Officials stated or. Flannagan apparently was killed instantly. A native of Scranton pa., or. Flannigan came to Butte 27 years ago. He was employed As a fire controller at the Emma mine and was a member of Butte miners Union. The family Home is at 632 South Dakota Street. He is survived by has wife mrs. Phyllis Flannigan two daughters Ann Marie and Elaine Flannigan a brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. J. A. Brouillette All of Butte two Brothers and a sister in Lawor. And mrs. A a. Flannigan of los Angeles and William Flannigan of Whitehall a brother in Law and sister in Lawor. And mrs. George Thomas of san Francisco and several nephews and nieces in Butte Whitehall and California. The body is at the Daly Shea Chapel. Britain s fifth set of quadruplets within a year bom London. June 4.�? up a Britain a fifth set of quadruplets within a year Linda David Carol and Pauline Robinsons All were reported doing Well sunday. Tile children were born saturday j night at a London Hospital to mrs. J Edith Robinson wife of an r. A. F. I aircraft Man. The father saw the infants for the first time sunday. The Hospital reported that the Mother spent a restful night. The children were the second set of quadruplets born in England in the last two weeks. On May 22 mrs. J Daisy Moxham wife of an r. A. F. I flying officer became the Mother of three boys and a girl but one of the boys died. The Hospital gave the weights of the Robinson quadruplets As Linda three pounds nine ounces David three pounds 13 ounces Carol three pounds to ounces Pauline three pounds two ounces. The father described them As Quot very Bonny a a and said each has a Quot quaff of fair License is issued Dillon june 4.�?a marriage License was issued saturday to Betty Benson of Harbor Ore., and Clarence Brammer of Martinsdale by clerk of court Norman Giles. Both were students at the Normal College the past year. A my r amp it a it a a a it a Var Luchis sometimes do this to Cottons and linens because their action is uncontrolled. Interpreting the news by Elton c. Fay a associated press War analyst the decision of the allies Early this year that Rome should be captured was predicated to a great extent on reasons of prestige and world politics rather than those of purely military character. In retrospect it is evident that prime minister Churchill a statement last february that the Mission of the Allied armies in Italy was to take Rome reflected the belief of american and British leaders that to wrest the Catholic capital from the nazis would produce results in certain wavering Axis satellite nations Uncertain neutrals and among people within conquered nations and even Germany itself. The people of Hungary never enthusiastic about their nation s military alignment with the nazis Are in the main. Catholic. The ties of the Church in Spain Are Strong. The people of Fiance and Belgium await religious As Well As political liberation. The allies friends in latin America Are Catholic. In deciding that Rome in Allied hands would be a psychological asset the Anglo americans presumably were aware of something that the nazis already had discovered that Southern and Central Italy was an economic liability. At a meeting of the German and italian military chiefs in july 1943, the nazi High command was reported to have informed the italians that abandonment of Southern and Central Italy was desirable. The nazis idea was that the ultimate defensive zone should be established on a line running roughly Between Rimini on the Adriatic to spezia on the West coast a line of great natural strength 200 Miles North of Rome. The German plan As set Forth then was not to make a sudden and voluntary Retreat to the line but rather to move Back by a series of holding actions Only when the enemy forced it. The nazis contended that the area to be abandoned was a liability. It had a Large population which must be fed. It had comparatively few industries. It did not contain the greater part of Italy a food producing land. A few Days after the German italian staff meeting Mussolini was ousted in september Italy signed an armistice with the allies and left her Axis partner. The German armies thereupon set out to execute the plan proposed in july a slow and steady withdrawal toward the Specia Rimini line taking with them All the movable assets of the area factories food and finances. Germany is As her communique writers like to say withdrawing according to plan. There seems to be no immediate reason however. To look for a Quick Long and involuntary jump to the Specia Rimini line now that the eternal City has fallen. Rather there is indicated another attempt to reorganized and predispose forces somewhere not far North of Rome and there to try another holding action. Four die in crash Mountain Home. Idaho. June 4.�?�?four men were killed when a twin engined bomber from the Mountain Home army air Field crashed and burned 16 Miles East of twin Falls. Idaho Early sunday. 2. Slain washing Means lots More rubbing to get things White. This also is very hard on fabrics. 3. With Puri you can avoid both dangers. Used As directed pure whitens a it with controlled action. Safer than inferior bleaches or extra rub Bing. Linens last longest. At your grocer s Puri has controlled action Pinti to Cottons Ano Linins pure Butte Young Man Martin mandarin praised by Navy did in to i Al outstanding service in emergency cited feed Bernard Cox. Well known Butte Young Man who As a civilian has been engaged in Supply service for the Navy for nearly three years has received recognition for his outstanding service to the naval aviation auxiliary Field at Astoria. Ore., following a disastrous fire last april. The son of or. And mrs. Feed p. Cox of 1041 Colorado. Or. Cox is in charge of Stock control for the naval air station at Tongue Point Ore. The naval air station at Astoria. And the aviation facility at North Bend Ore. His work in supplying needed equipment to the auxiliary Field after a fire on april 2, which destroyed or rendered useless a major portion of the Fields material has been cited by of. J. j. Weiss assistant operations officer. Scouting Squadron 50. With Headquarters in san Francisco in a letter to the commanding officer at the naval air station at Astoria lieutenant Weiss stated a the Supply department of the n. A. And in particular. Fred Cox rendered every possible assistance and All available material needed to maintain the auxiliary Fields scheduled operations. Quot it is with great appreciation that i herewith express on behalf of the commanding officer and personnel of this Squadron our gratitude for the cheerful and effective co operation afforded us in meeting the emergency resulting from the fire with the Hope that such cordial and successful relationship May Long be maintained Between our respective a native of the mining City. Or. Cox was graduated from Butte High school and later attended the Butte business College. In 1940 he passed a civil service examination and was sent to Washington. D. C., where he was trained at the Navy a aeronautics department. He was assigned to the naval air station at Tongue Point in August 1941. Or. Cox a younger brother. Gordon Cox. 19, who starred As a trumpet player with the Butte High school band recently was promoted to the rating of storekeeper second class in the Navy. He is serving Martin Mandarich 51, resident of Butte for the last 18 years died sunday evening in a local Hospital. A native of Austria or Mandarich was a Miner by occupation he made his Home at 243 East Park. There Are no known survivors. The body is at Duggan s Merrill mortuary. Tavern operator reports break in loot includes 103 bottles of liquor John Starovich. Proprietor of the Montana a tavern at 82 East Park Street stated sunday that his establishment was forcibly entered some time Early saturday morning and robbed of at least 103 quarts of whiskey 34 Cartons of cigarettes and other items. In addition to the whiskey and cigarettes removed from a Supply closet in the basement the intruder took a Quantity of pennies and bus tokens from the Cash Register ransacked a Slot machine and a music Box. Took a flashlight and several Small tools and attempted to enter a Safe by pounding it with a Sledge Hammer. Or. Starovich stated he said to had closed his establishment shortly after Midnight by Ida and discovered the break in when he returned to the place about 8 25 of clock saturday morning. Or. Starovich stated that whoever entered the tavern pried the hinges off the outside basement Grill door. Then apparently climbed through the transom to remove two bars on the inside of the second door. He said the padlock had been pried from the Supply closet which housed the whiskey and cigarettes. When he arrived at the tavern the proprietor found the trap door behind the bar leading to the basement open and also the basement door leading to the Alley he said. The flashlight screw Driver pliers and other tools taken in the breaking were kept in a Small drawer below the Cigar Case at the front of the establishment or. Starovich u. Subs hit harder Ai japs average 37.4 ships sunk each month by George Miller new York. June 4 a american submarines Arp hitting at least four times As hard at enemy shipping As in 1942. A study of Navy communiques indicated sunday. Announcements in the past five months los 187 japanese vessel1 sunk by u s submersibles an average monthly toll of 37 4 ships. By contrast the average monthly rate of destruction in 1942 was approximately nine japanese ships and in 1943 was about 23 ships in the american undersea raiders Quot bag of 573 enemy ships in two and one half years of War were 47 warships. Including at least five cruisers and 20 destroyers. The fact that since january the japs have lost four destroyers and a Cruiser through submarine attack May indicate an attempt by Nippon to Stem the american underwater threat by Convoy operations naval communiques in the past five months have credited submarines with destruction of 21 enemy tankers. Adding to Japan a woes British submarines since january have chalked up 19 successful attacks on japanese shipping mostly on the Burma Supply route. The total wartime Quot catch in far Eastern and Pacific Waters of United nations submarines other than american is upward of 50 enemy vessels. Including at least six warships. Naval sources have credited american submarines with the destruction of 2.500.000 tons of japanese shipping against this record announced Kines since Pearl Harbor have been 23 u. Undersea Craft. On an list in the Pacific and in said. Addition to his storekeepers duties is in charge of a gun Crew on the ship. A graduate of Butte High school with the class of 1943, he entered the Navy last August and after taking Basic training at Farragut. Attended a storekeepers basement school at Toledo. Ohio. A he stated that he found the combination handle and one hinge had been knocked off the Safe behind the bar and that the damage had been done with a 16-Pound Sledge Hammer that had been kept in the annual meetings held by order of Ashepa daughters of Penelope delegates of District no. 18 of the order of Ashepa and of the orders auxiliary daughters of Penelope conducted annual meetings in Butte sunday. Ben Anatole of Butte District governor presided at the men s sessions we Hile mrs Gus marinos also of Butte District Secretary treasurer. Directed the meeting of the auxiliary. The Days program included a luncheon business session a banquet in the evening at the Moxom cafe and a program in the i. O o. F. Hall on West Broadway. Delegates were present from Butte Missoula. Great Falls Billings and Sheridan Wyo. Destroy 17 vessels Cairo june 4 a a. F planes based in the Middle East destroyed 17 enemy Supply vessels and damaged 25 in Day and night attacks last month ranging from the coasts of Greece to the Eastern Waters of the Aegean it was announced officially saturday. Temperatures by Aho elated pre at u. Weather Bureau. Helena. June 4 Max. Min. Pre. Billing. 45 40 .30 Belgrade. 53 40 .08 Broadus. 45 37 .37 Butte 44 .01 Custer. 45 36 .36 Dillon 66 45 .16 Drummond. Of 45 t Gla Gow. 47 38 .31 great fall. 43 36 .17 Havre 45 39 .30 Helena 48 46 .04 Lewistown. A a 38 32 .49 Livingston. _____49 44 .09 Miles City. _____44 28 Ali Missoula 61 48 .05 Whitehall. 59 45 t maximum temperatures and precipitation Are for the 12 hour period ending at 6 30 p. In. M. W. , and minimum tempera lures Are for the 24 hours ending at 6 30 p. In m. W. . Johnston tells soviet leaders that economic Gulf Between the u. S., Russia can be bridged two special congressional elections will highlight political activities this week by Jack Bell York highlight a week in which be associated pm staff writer Vada will wind up state selections Republican efforts to make a race 0f q q. P. Presidential convention 0,ut.,0f two. Secial delegates saturday elections tuesday in ordinarily heavily democratic districts in new Butte briefs meeting Friday a the Butte miners Union auxiliary no. 7 will meet Friday night at 8 of clock in the Union Hall instead of monday night As originally announced. Townsend club Butte Townsend club no. 6 will hold a business meeting at 8 of clock monday evening at its Hall on South Arizona. A social will be held at 8 30 o clock at the same Hall. Hospitalized Roberta Carlin. 1024 Gallatin Jack Beltrami 315 Kemper Mary Ann Trickey. 340 East Broadway and mrs. Marie Kennedy. 18 West Pacific were admitted at St. James Hospital. Admittedly fighting an Uphill Battle the republicans put full steam behind the candidacy of Ellsworth b. Buck resigned president of the new York City Board of education and against Thomas b. Cantwell lumber dealer nominee of the democratic and american labor parties. In the Lith District. Normally democratic by a margin of about 20,000 votes the District was represented by rep. James a. O Leary Democrat until his death. In 1942, however of Leary carried it by less than 9,000 in an off year Light vote. In the fourth District in Brooklyn. The republicans put up William g. Nolan superintendent Stevedore against John j. Rooney assistant District attorney of Kings county the democratic and american labor nominee for the seat left vacant by the death of Thomas c. Cullen Democrat. Here the democratic margin has run about 11,000 in the last two elections. Although the democrats were making no Victory claims a defeat for the democrats in either or both races would indicate a g. O. P. Girls born girls were born sunday at St. James Hospital to or. And mrs. Darrel Reuben 626 West Broadway or. And mrs. Eugene Grant. 508 South Wyoming and or. And mrs. Frank Mcauliffe 701 trend in a City and state which Are North Wyoming Street. Likely to play a decisive part in naming the next of resident. Leave Hospital mrs. Peper puerto Rico democrats picked six Ino Calcaterra and son 2410 Yale delegates sunday in the first to mrs. Spencer Gratton 311 West Utica action of a week that prom Silver and mrs. William Lester. 206 uses to bring Forth fireworks on the North Crystal were dismissed Sun democratic Side. Idaho democrats Day from St. James Hospital. Will Convene monday to select a a a a t slate bearing to votes expected to admitted Max Mogus jr., in he Colum 2711 Harvard Addis Mcgrath 2403 Locust mrs. Melvin Varcoe 314 South Excelsior mrs. Raymond Shorthill Livingston and mrs. Aber Mcevoy 12 2 cresent were admitted sunday at Murray Hospital. Parents of boy or. And i mrs. Ross Mccready 1151 West Quartz Are parents of a boy born sunday at Murray Hospital. Discharged mrs. Marie Day i Darby and mrs. Joe Lauber and son 321 North Jackson were discharged sunday from Murray Hospital. Special dresses made to order any picture or sketch plus material Marie Rose shop Penn. Block phone 45.10 from $5 Iowa voters monday select nominees for governor and senator. The posts now Are held respectively by Bourke b. Hickenlooper Republican and Guy Gillette Democrat. New Mexico will nominate candidates tuesday for two Congress at Large posts for the governorship now filled by Democrat John j. Dempsey and for a full state ticket. Tennessee democrats pick a delegation also on tuesday to cast 26 votes but Mississippi members of the party Are expected to provide the excitement with a Stormy meeting wednesday in which an ant administration faction will seek to keep the states 20-vote delegation uninstructed. Virgin islands democrats will pick two delegates wednesday and Nevada republicans will name six saturday completing the roster of Republican convention representatives except for some territorial delegates who May be chosen later. By m. Handler Moscow june 4 a Jub a with straight from the shoulder frankness Erie Johnston president of the United states chamber of Commerce. Told too soviet Trade leaders saturday that a Gulf separated the economies of the United states and Russia but that Bridges of practical co operation could be thrown across it. Johnston advocated extensive postwar Trade and visits Between american business and Quot soviet capitalists Quot As one Bridge but said that Quot each of our countries should be allowed to pursue its own unique economic Experiment unimpeded by the bluntly he told the soviets that americans a a were most private minded and most individual minded and make no mistake we Are determined to remain so and even become More Johnston who arrived in Russia last week was luncheon guest of a i. Mikoyan. Soviet foreign Trade commissar at Spiridonova House. At the table sat soviet Trade experts members of the soviet foreign office. United states ambassador Averell Harriman and soviet military men. At first the russians appeared nonplussed by Johnston s bluntness but later they burst into gales of mirth at his sallies at american communists and martians. Quot i shall try to show you my admiration for your heroic deeds and my gratitude for your hospitable invitation by talking to you from the Bottom of my heart non politically and with frankness Quot he said. Quot you cannot have solid Friendship until Vou have solid under standing. We have a familiar american proverb which says your Only True Friend is the Man who knows All of the worst about you and still likes you. So now i am going to Tell you a direct harsh Tough business fact. Quot in economic ideology and practice my country is different from yours. You Are state minded and collective minded. We Are most private minded and most individual minded and gentlemen make no mistake we Are determined to remain so and even become More so. I Johnston continued Quot there is a Point that must be totally Clear Between us before we can be really co operative friends. I employ some 2.000 people. They have unions. I have contracts with those unions. I believe in the right of my employees to have unions. Some 13.000,000 americans now belong to unions. Quot not one of them in our current National election is asking voters to favor the primary socialist principle a common ownership and operation of the Means of production and Quot not Long ago an american research institution addressed a question to a Large number of people i All Over the United states. Wartime Hting conditions May be the cause of spreading pin worm infection. Scientific reports in Many communities have shown at least one third of the examined children and grown ups to be victims of pin Worms often without knowing what was wrong watch out for the warning signs that May mean pin Worms in your child or yourself the tormenting embarrassing rectal itch the uneasy stomach bed wetting nervous fidgeting finicky appetite. Flaw of covery hailed by doctors after centuries of distress caused by pin Worms a Mew and highly effective Way to Deal with this stubborn pest has recently been discovered. This scientific discovery hailed by medical authorities is a remarkable drug Gentian Violet. It is the vital element in pm the new pin worm treatment developed by the laboratories of or. D. Jayne a son. Americans leading specialists in worm medicines. Pm tablets Are Small and easy to take and they act in in special Way to destroy the creatures. So done to take chances with pin Worms. At the first warning sign ask your druggist for pm. And follow the directions. That i pm Means Pia worm Relief i pythian lodges set meetings for week matings it for the coming week by Butte pythian lodges were announced sunday by Lodge officials As follows Mondat Damon Lodge no i will meet at 8 of clock in the pythian Castle. With Howard Bennetts Chancellor commander in charge wednesday Calanthe Lodge no 40 will meet at 7 30 of clock in sons of St George Hall in Centerville to nominate and elect officers for the ensuing term. George Stephens Chancellor commander will preside. Eugene Savage is honoured Salvage committee presents award Eugene Savage Well known Butte Man who has played a prominent part in Home front activities in City county and state has been presented with a certificate of award by a he Montana Salvage committee in recognition Quot of War time duty beyond the Call of civilian requirements signers of the certificate Are gov Sam c Ford w f Rae. State Salvage chairman mrs Neva Wood Magraw women s division chairman and f j keeled. Montana executive Secretary of the War product Ion Board. In addition to the certificate. Or Savage was presented with a letter of appreciation from Robert Grimes of Minneapolis regional Salvage manager the presentations were made by a commit fee composed of rav i Ruhle. Silver Bow county Salvage chairman feed p Oke chairman of civilian defense Joe l Markham Industrial Salvage director and Willard Thompson manager of the Butte chamber of Commerce. Before service on the Montana War Council or Savage working with or. Ruhle. Directed Silver Bow county to the outstanding Iron collection drive of any one county in the nation after mining the War Council As association director or. Savage travelled extensively Over the state contacting Salvage chairmen and Mary committee members in every county and providing them with greatly appreciated counsel and guidance in Salvage matters at the present time or. Ravage is Volunteer associate director of the state War finance committee and in this rapacity to carrying on his Contact work which not Only state Salvage leaders but War production Board District and regional offices As Well have recognized As of great importance to the state and nations War Effort. Ola Kronwall is taken by death Olaf Kronwall 74, prominent or. Masonic circles of Bupte and Virginia City died sunday night in a local Hospital following a Verv Brief illness he made his Home at 1833 grand Avenue. A Redden of b be for fhe last 24 years or or a had been employed by the old Butte Street railway for 20 years prior to his retirement a few years ago or. Kronwall was a member of Virginia City Lodge no 2. A. F and a. Ii Nie Montana commander knights Templar and Bagdad Temple of the shrine a also was a member of the Butte stationary engineers Union he is survived by a son and daughter in Law or and mrs Martin b Kronwall of but a a son. Scientific air conditioned frigid a. Fur Roe storage Low summer r ates on remodelling a repairing National fur shop exclusive furriers is w. Park phone tvs Edward Kronwall of Hanford Wash a granddaughter. Marten Kronwall of Butte and several nieces in the East. The body is of be Richard funeral Home. Funeral service will be Condues cd in the masonic Temple a i do it to be announced later. About half of All the lumber pro d ired in he in Ped states now goes into boxing and crating. Tip lha Boltis. La the Glass. And try at your. To thirst to he taste that is phasing he Tang that s refreshing is mum or Hoot you mar enrol anytime no All Trad and blah Bool sub teen special rate for ardent making up credit pm Owsley bldg. Batta question was a to what social class do you think you belong Quot most organized wage eamers who were interviewed replied that in their opinion they belong to the Middle class. Quot so perhaps in a Way you cannot blame our american communists for their failure. If i May put it frankly How can they make a proletarian revolution among workers who do not even know that they Are proletarians Quot our american communists have not caught on to this fact. They still follow and imitate what they think is your current policy. If you take Pepper they sneeze. If you have indigestion they a i Johnston said Quot that each of our two countries should by allowed to pursue its own unique economic Experiment unimpeded by the other. Quot now let us see what Bridges of practical co operation can be thrown across it. Quot the first has to do with fascism we american businessmen since we believe in capitalistic Competition Are against fascism a Quot the second Johnston said Quot has to do with Industry. It is our common passion for production a Johnston said that economists in the United Stales after studying soviet records had told him that in the years from 1928 to 1940, Russia had increased its Industrial output 650 per cent. Quot frankly gentlemen that is an unexampled achievement in the Industrial history of the whole world a he said. Quot i congratulate Quot the third of the Bridges is the Bridge of Export and import Trade Quot he continued. Quot i am Happy to learn that you gentlemen do not regard Trade with capitalistic countries As being a Public warning beware of pinworms the Cave butter Friendly Nile club a payroll checks cashed Choice Beer. Wines liquor Palmer schoenleder prop. 1021 East Park How to make a House a Home Quot it takes a Heap of living the poet says. And me add that it also takes plenty of planning and hard work Quot fixing things the Carpenter Painter and plumber Are ready to lend a helping hand. Vice Are standing by with Cash in the form of personal Loans to help you meet the Cost of repairs and modernization. Home improvement is a sensible purpose for which we gladly nuke Loans to individuals. The Whitehall state Bank Whitehall. Montana Send for pamphlet explaining bottled and distributed of Frank bottling works Butte. Mont. Adults we i j a a i \ kiddies lie uni la <9 Rialto last 2 Days sparred with i Thi u i Virant rhythm of the White a 7 .4 personal Bank Loans follow the crowds. To premiere showing 5 45 p. M.�?20c 60c one of the seasons a cheat hits Montana i of movie tone news John Paul Garfield he Reid a Yohr Iii Nob Greenstreet a Parker starts 6 50 and 9 30 twi a wit Edmund Gwenn a Geo. Tobias a Geo. Coulouris a Faye Emerson i added late news other attractions bugs Bunny Buttes Only Home owned Heaters a Dlf 5 45 Tonitte r a Iii 12c-40c ends tuesday a creat double show Brino the family with her in his arms he took the West in his stride uht Sre Imai Musi 44clllinmflmlm4c doors open 5 45 p. M. Sue ,. Mer i i had b Junta Hepburn f in in toil it a and Laurel amp Hardy in the laugh hit a dancing masters liar r my Richard Dix Jane Wyatt a Albert Dekker hit no. 2. Tops. For fun. Music c Hedy Lamarr. Pidgeon Huth Robert Terry Livingston late news. Cartoon. Novelty Clow the Colbert Joel Mccrea a Ter play treat the kiddies to a slice of Ama tit Ovelay pm in in at your grocers in

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