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Served by the United Press VOL XXXI—NO. 173 BLYTHES1LLE JCOURIER NEWS • ~——__„ ' - »«M»OOI AnKANBAB AND 0OUTHKA0T 1C10HOC/R1 ' , ^^^ Vlii.J,' ytbnrUUi Dally N«wi Blythevllle Ccurttr — HerHd _ HKYTIIKVIU.!;, .ARKANSAS, SATURDAY, . OCTOlMl 0,- 193-1 SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS 000 FROM CORNING BANK Detroit Leads 10 to 4 in Ninth Tipers Stage Late Uprising To Make Win Almost Certain Today L SPPIITSMWS PARK, .St. loin's, Oct. 5.— Tlis Detroit Tigers 'made five runs in an eighth Inning rall.y to make all but certain a victory in today's fourth game of t 1 '" world series. Such a win would even the series. The Tigers severed five runs in the eighth to add to three they made in the third, one In the fourth and one in the seventh. The Cni*ilnals, who made it interesting until the eighth, failed to - score in that Inning. The score' was tied until the seventh. Anker was the Tiger Inirtcr all the way. The Cards used several. First Ir.)ihi£ Tigers— WIillc Hied . out to Orsatti in center. Cochrane ground,ed out; 1'i'isch to Collins. Gehringer .singled Into center. Goslin filed out to Rothrock in right center. No runs, one hit, no errors, Cardinals— Martin walked. Rothrock grounded to Anker who tossed to' Hogell, covering secondhand Ho- gell whipped it to Greenberg .for a fast double play. Prlsch' flied out to Goslin. No runs, no lilts, no errors. S«ond Inning * •Tigers— Rog'eU struck out. Greenberg "ingled over shoit Durocher knocked^ the ball down but V»utd r not handle it Ovyen popped £ut to Frisch at second Pox lofted to Dnrcchcr Who.made the catch b.wk of second. No runs, one hit. no errors. Cardinals— Medwick singled over short. Collins doubled, against the light field screen, Jrfedwick going to third. Delancey walked, filling the bases with no outs. Orsatti filed out to deep left, Mcdwlck scorin? after the catch by Ooslin. Durocher skied out to Fox in right. Carieton grounded ' to . Hogcll who tossed "to Gchr'inger, 'forcing Delancey at second. One ' fun, two lilts, no errors. Third Iiigiug- , Tigers— Orsatti tacked up lo.lhe barrier in center to take a smash off Anker's bat. While fanned, swinging at a third one. Cochrane smashed one down the first base line into right field for n two base . hit. Gehringcr walked. Dazzy Vance, began warming up in the cardinal bullpen. Ooslin ' walked, filling the bases with two. RogeU singled over second into center, Cochrane and Gehringer scoring nnrt Goslin racing to third. Vance replaced Carieton as the' St. Louis pitcher. Greenberg smashed one off Durocher's glove at short for a single, scoring GijsJin with Ho- Eell taking second, Owen grounded to Martin who threw wildly over flrsl, Owen laking first. It was scored as a hit because Martin went far over for the ball ant! was off balance when he threw. The blow loaded the bases. Fox struck out. Three runs, four hits, no er- rflrs. , Cardinals— Martin grounded out. Owen to Greenberg. Rothrock grounded out Qehringer to Greciv- bcrg. Frisch lofted back of short, .KcBclKcmd Goslin losing the ball n the sim and letting It drop sife- IV for a .single. Medwick walked, Fi-Bcli going to second. Collins hit Ihe first ball pitched into center field for a single, scoring Frisch mid sending Mcdwick to third. Delancey grounded out. Auker to Greenberg. One run, two hits, no errors. Fourth Inning Tigers— Aukcr. struck out. White walked. With the hit and rim o:V Cochrane mi?s?d the ball, White racing for second. Delancey's throw to second was bad. trickling into center field and White raced to third. Orsatti shot the ball to Martin but he dropped it when White slid tinder him safely. It ,\vas scored as a stolen base and an error for Martin. A low pltcli got away: from Delancey and White crossed the plate before he rccov-, ered. It was scored as a : wild pitch. Cochrans struck out, Geh- .rhiger grounded out. Frisch to Col- 'lins. One run, no hits, one error. . ••'• Cardinal:— Orsatti singled clean• •> |y into center. Diirochcr sent » bounder down to Owen who shot - the ball over to Gehrlnger at second but he dropped the ball in a co llsion with Ors,iUt coming Into the bag. Orsalll was safe al second and Durocher nl first. Vir- 6il Davis was sent In as a pinch (Continued on page three) ftreadon Decides Diz/y and Dai'fy :.Necd Guardians ST. LOUIS, Oct. C. (UP)—Jerome (Dizzy) Deaii and his brother Han. wore .placed under guard today after Dizzy accepted mi invitation to go riding with two strangers. Sam lireadon, president of the Cardinals, ordered police dettfe !o protect his star pitchers after giving Dizzy a lecture for the Indiscretion. • ' •• "Shucks," said Dizzy, "nobody's going.to kldirap me. Even If they did that wouldn't keep Detroit trom losing the series unless they took Paul loo. And I guess two Deans would. be more than they could handle." Dizzy did not get far away from the park before Breadon's messenger stopped him and brought the pitcher buck to be lectured by his toss. : . Left Wing Revolutionaries Dominate Nation's Industrial Areas MADRID Spain Oct 6 (UP)— The Spanish left wing strike re jolt spread rapldlj tooay In the ace of strong counter attacks by the tovernment ol Premier Ale- Jinoro Lerroux Late In the afternoon the ministry of *„ said the situation in me Astu-las muiir~ region was grave with rebels'ln posasaon The revolt was ga headway m the north ™' ^ ywMie fightlng-p,| ln g P.rt a °' arou n^J40 estimated ,^ r T rlcd from koMed i, M J n , other P' 11 '' 5 or Spam .in -Madrid suburbs guards cJnsh- d repeatedly with . rebel forces resulting -.in many casualties ' of ° r r frustrate a- r t whlch 'he- Socfal- cs. Communists, 'anarchists and the rebels o >t°ux said he would Spain , U ^V Ia w "throughout Spam If necessary. A state of al' d - - 1 * ' m ef - fect " appear- . orders from the secret 5 ' 9f P"»«sco Largo urn ^ 1 *""* to' be gradually /orm fr - -f eneral strikc int <> »• > C '^"- ™ r in "•^twmines M V K ° Ut thc "^"U,l" .s, which are included in Lerroux's new cabinet and to set «P a Socialist repiihlic. Arkansas Divorces Drop Under 90-Day Law LITTLE ROCK, Ark" (UP)-DI- uS^^*-™'"^^ unaer its 90-day "divorce rail!" law °te^ : Mar ™^. ^ve gained There were 3,820 decrees "ranted ' 933 t a romv war ^ *" ^' Ith 4 ' 170 »' 1930, last e " bf fo ™ «'e ww residence law t ha ^. ed - Negroes are raponsl- wrr oh T ^ P ' T " Pte in £? ^ U2 cr«s Only 5S8 . "^ fP ri "S s . winter Vesort,;show- for mv™ 8 * ""divorces with 305 'or 1933 and 190 for 1930 Marriages jumped from in 1930 io28.50Tjgr year Missouri Orchard Is Granted a Patent , Mo. (UP) _ Thc ° rc!l " [ 's here recently ob- the nrst ratci-.l ever granted for 8 fruit free. Grim Evidence at "Amuicaii; Tragedy" Trial The confident smile vhich Robert -A1le» jatfnrds X o-e throughout l,ls frhl at Wilkes Ban*, P»"i-fo'r lh» nnirdei of his sueclheait, ncdn vfcKechnte a ,|,own m the Inset abo*c * llh " K tm "hH clubbed Miss It ws mad «l.cn n mrv Uc " lh ' S*™"" is »»W* to have Calally me, an expectant mother, while they were- In .1 small bo.it oil a lake' At (lie left an nvesllgator is cxhibitin* a plastci cr.se of Ihc prints mads ty Edwards' tar near the tragedy scene ; At the ughl is one of the d.esses silss iUcKcchmc nncle In preparation .for her marriage to' Edwards. Below is a blackjack, found in the lake, which it was .'alleged Edwards -used in 'the crime Today's Markets New York Cotton NEW YORK, Oct. 0 (OP)-Cotton closed steady. ':• open high low close. 122G 1226 1215 1217 1230 1230 1223 1223 1239 123!) 1229 1232 1242 1243 1234 1230 1217 1248 1230 1240 1214 1214 1208 121 Dec , Jan Mnr " May Oct Spols closed at, 1240, off 5, steady. Orleans Cotton ORLEANS, Oct. C. (UP) r opening a few points lilgh- close lower on pre-bnrcau liquida- .ogi'essman on Program For Democratic Wo* men's Club Meeting '" y Congressman W .J. Driver, of Dsceola, Mrs. Inez Hale McDuff of ..ittie Rock, and Mrs. Ella Hurst', representative elect to the slate cgislatiire, will be thc most piom- nent speakers nt the meeting of the Flrsl Congressional District Arkansas Democratic WonicnV. clubs, lo be held at Augusta Price the theme.' ' - ; . • •, "America At. the Cross Roads" will be Mr. Driver's subject, Mrs. •McDuff W ii[ sp)? ait on "The Changing Status of Women." "How Was Elected (o the Arkansas Legislature" • will be Mrs. Hurst's subject. Other speakers will be: Mrs. James B. Clark ot this city, district :hairinan; Mrs. Laura Davis Fitz- mgh of Augusta, vice chairntsm of :he Arkansas Central committee- Mayor Cecil Willis and Miss M. B 55^^-iwsrss; CO.T m °Tf ANS < r t rr of the Arkansas state grouo andT'n' ? I '™? , T" C<1 5" u° the part the district should pln^'ji? n lV? , °f ?. ° n B °°? cab n Ihe year's activities '? A "ports f-heavy rains m jears activities. - , ho mtcm ^ ^ M nHr i , , .O'f'cers will take bureau liquidation in thc last hour place in the closing session. ._. land closed near thc day's lowest. Ihe meeting will be called to -The net declines ranged from ? tion. Dec Jan .Till Oct open high low close 1227 1227 1215 1210 1230b 1221b 1237 1237 122C 1228 1242 1242 1232 1234 1241 1247 1245 1238b 1210 1210 1210 120Gb Spots closed at 1248, off. 6, steady. W. E,-RICHMOND & CO.'S AFTERN-OON COTTON LETTER order by Mrs. Nell Jimcrson, chair- nan of the Augusta unit, thc Rev. J. T. Glover will say the invocation. - a " ll is under the title ' "Haf- Bertn Giant." The name Is a com- The 0 ™f ! W ° types of thG rr " 11 The patent was granted under a low passed by the 71st Congress which provides protection to orl- ina of tww ftWW, Roosevelt Leaves for Week End on Potomac | the Sequoia for a week end on the Potomac river. Double Golden Wedding WEST PLAINS, Mo. rilP)—Mr. and Mrs. William w. Tolor and Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson T. Kemp were married at a double ceremony 50 years ago when all four wsre students at Kennard College, They held a double golden wedding anniversary celebration recently. - io 7 points, bringing the week's =s to'ati average of 35 poinls. General rains fell over the eastern belt, ranging from 1 lo 0 Inches, and will result in delaying the movement In That territory, bul elsewhere the weather remained mostly fair'with temperatures above normal, with thc 'outlook for thc coining week for mostly WASHINGTON, Oct. G <UP)— fair and warm weather the un- Presldent Roosevelt left thc While (usually rapid progress of the har- Bouse tod.iv to motor through a **st is expected to continue driving rain to Quantico, Va.,' While thc main interest In Mon- ivhetice he plnnncct to embark on | "fly's government report centers In th Monday's government report cen- iers fn the crop estimate, ginnings will come In for more attention than usual. The exceptionally f.iv- oiable vyeathor for the past few weeks hns resulted In claims from many growers that they have ginned a larger percentage of their crops up to October 1, than ever before In their experience. The market appears to be well evened »|> for the government report due a\ jo o'clock Monday. (our lime). The average, expectation is StjOO.OOO bales. ' .".'•' Closing Stack t'ric< ' NEW YORK, Oct. 6. (UP)— Slocks moved irregularly in n imr- roiv range with volume light on the slock exchange today. A. T. ami T. 110 7-8 Anaconda Copper 11 flelli. Steel 28 Cryslcr 25 1-8 Cities Service 17-8 Gen .Am. Tank 34 1-2 Gen. Electric 177-3 Gen. Mo tore 29 7-8 Jury Carries P Dreiser's Novel Conclusion mallei With To Its WIl.KES-UAHiiE, .|>n,, Oct, 0. (UI')--A Jury of miners toflny con- ienined liobcrl A. Kdwards lo lealh for mnrdiTlnB fine swm- icni-l so •thai he would be- tree to imrry another. ' The verdict completed Hie imral- lel. between the tragedy of Hnr- vcy's Uiko, where Freda McKech- ule, expectant iuolhcr of Eilwnrd.-,' child, wns blnckjackcd lo ilcnlli, nnrt Hie Dreiser novel, "An Amerl- cim Tragc<ly." Ihe Jury ol conservative mlddlc- igcd men deliberated through most of thc night. They examined Ihe Ivess Miss McKcchnlo linrt inadu lo wear at 'her wixldlnp, believing Etlwards was about (o put Ihc seal ol legality upon their alfnlr. Thc 173 erotic tellers Edwards wrote his second swccthcnvl. Miss Mnv- Bnret Craln, were .sent Into the jury room where presumably Ihjy were carefully read. Edwnrtls flinched when the fatal words were read— "Quilty. Death," The defense had contended Unit Ihe girl succumbed nuitdcnly to a heart attack while" boating will) Edwards and that-thc youth, fearing that he would be Involved In a possible invesllcailon, had struck her with a club ami thrown h»r tody Into the lake to make il np- IK.ir'llint she had been the victim of an nllnck. •. The'•prosecution, coutendctl Hint Edwards, alarmed at thi; iirosp that she was soon to become 11 molher . and- involved • In n lovb ulTalr> witTf ,'uiiothcV girl,, hud ulc^ liberately plstfhed'.llie-'lnurdcr' lie clubbed lier,..-threw the body Into (he inkc.'rtiid then-Red the scene, accoKlliij. to • the version upon which the Jury based Its verdict. Haiiptmann's New Jersey Trial Will Be Delayed ' TRENTON, N. J. : Oct. 0 (UP)_ Ally. Den. DnvU W/lentz announced today that-the trial ot Bnmo R. Hnuptmnrin on aij 'In dictment charging htm with complicity In the Lindbergh kidnaping cannot properly take place before November I. Wilcntis said he expected thc grand jury to consider the case Monday and complete Its work Ir one tiny, ire snltl the day for cx- Iradillon 'liearlngs woiild be set later. . , . .' There will not be nny John Do indictments, he added. Int. Harvester Montgomery Ward ; N. Y. Central .. Packard Phillips Pet Radio Simmons Beds Slandard of N. J. . Texas Co U. S. Steel 30 3-1 28 22 1-4 . 3 5-B H 1-8 . 5 7-8 10 42 1-2 21 1-4 33 5-8 U. S. Smelting 113 1-2 Dec May Chicago Wheat open high low close 97 7-8 98 1-4 97 07 1-4 98 98 1-2 01 1-2 97 1-2 Silver Fleet and Bryant Trucks Collide in Fog S1KESTON, Mo., Oct. 6. (UP)— O. S. Sncad, 35, driver for the Bryant truck line, of Charleston Mo., was liistnnlly killed and his helper Dick Mycr, 22, was serlouslj Injured today when their truck crashed head-on with a Uuck of Ihs Silver Fleet line of Memphis 14 miles smith of here. Fred Forby. driver of the Memphis truck, suffered minor injuries. A dense fog was snid to have been rcs]»nsitle for the accident. Chicago Corn open high low close 75 3-8 IS'!-? 71 5-R 73 3-4 Huge Gallapagos Tortoise Sent to Toledo Zoo HOUSTON. Tex. (UP)-One of the 12 Gallapagos tortoisees being kept at the Houston Zoo for the New York Zoological Society has been sent to Toledo, Ohio. The giant tortoise, weighing 115 Zoological Society under r instrnc- pounds, was shipped to the Toledo lions of the New York Society, Park SuperlnleHdent Clarence L. Brock snid. The turtle was sent to ascertain how It fores there. When brought to .Houston In June, 192«, It weighed eight pounds. H will be considered mature when it weighs about 200 pounds, Brock said. Wisconsin Governor Undergoes Amputation MADISON, WIs., Oct., (i <ui')— Oov. Albert CV Si'liincileinniin wns rci»rtetl In 'willsfnclovy condition today attt'.r amputation of his lelt lei ftbovc Hie knee. The governor, 09 years old, Injured his ankle sever! dys .aifo In a full while dcdlcitllni; n new slate park near Wausan. Infection iK'ce.vsltatcd Ihe nmpulalloii. •onncr Highway Department-..Head Appears Before Audit Commission LITTLE ROCK, Oct. (I, (UP) — wIght. 11. Blni'kivnoil, former highway commission chnlrman, now ol Memphis,-testified before the hlgh- why iiudlt commission loday at 11 secret meeting which . Chnlnlinn Jolin Ii.' Pordyce told the Unlleci Press was "110110 of your busl- icss." ll \\-KS Icninctl, however, Iroiu Bluckwood, that he testified rcg'n.rd- liiB a $3,000 claim allowed Prank Pace, Ultlle Uock ntlornc-y, aiid others for some property taken In 1931 for n highway i'l«ht of way In Lawrence comity through nil iiBiccmcnt with the" county Judyi;. Bluckwood snid the stnlc piild hull' and the county half ol Ihe $G,000 price on the linid, I'acc appeared before the commission yesterday In n closed session. Foriiyct! and Allan Kennedy, of Fort Smllh, were the only com- liilsslo'n membcra here yesterday. Hornce S!i>an, ol 'JoncMraro, t>;u other, member, alleniled the meeting today. . p -/•'••• Dtackwood indicated lo the Unll- cd Press hi." would npp'oiir befoi'i! th^v.r.biiimj.islou•.. ngaln ,,scx>n .Innil tjint .the"lest'iiliqny would be ".sthV- Hiiiff." If he- Is heard •a'anin It will have to be within the" next thrw- weeks for the-by-laws of the commission ca|l for the investigation to ccnsb at the end of the monlh. 'As lie left the cflplto! toddy Blackwond told nn old caretaker friend Hint.lie. "would have been better oil" If he had never •U«n a Btntc olllelnl and Dnd reinanled on his Osccola farih vvhcrc he will ghi 500 bales of cotton' this foil. Make Good Their 'Get • Away, After Robbing Clay County Institution COHNINQ, Ark. Get ii (UP)-^A Mann of Lindll!, today held up Ewell Vanovc-r, cashier of the 1 Bank of Coming, ami cscnped with ap- pioslitmteiy $4,000, Inkcii fiom the vault of thc bank 'Ihc men hid In wait fo> Vanover to open (he bank this mom*- Iiix, oiilccis said, and when lie npjwnrcd he WK> forced lo open Ihc vault wheie lhe money was kept The robbers fled In a uniting automobile The sheriff's olllce at Plggott, comity sent of Ctaj county, bald no trace had been found of the robbeis. Alt county law enforcement, agenclci were employed In Ihc March . It war, the Hist time in the bunt's hlstoiy that It had been robbed,' Vaiiovor said. Big. Rattler Captured by Dyesx Colony Worker BASSETT, Ark—A 5-foot 3-Inch • altler, c.iplurcd at the Djcss colony by Tnjlor Monn, 21, colony woiker, hns been taken to Osceoln for exhibition al HID carnival there. .Monn pinned thj snake's head lo the ground \\ith a forked stlcK <md tlicn tied it to a tree with a stout coul When he hnd finished his day's woik he iciitrncd V'lth & stout coid When he had finished his day's wmk he icturncd with B small cage in uhlch he carried lhe rnlllei^ to colony headimarters. 71ie big siiflk(?N\clghc[r 28 pounds and cauled 17 rilttlc 1 ! Blindness No Hindrance To Six New Englanders BOSTON (UP)-Bllndness Is no barrier to one girl and five boys who have entered New England colleges. The girl has enrolled nt Hampton Instllulc, while (he toys have malriculaled al Harvard, Boston college and the New England Conservatory of Music. All are graduates of the Perkins Institution for the Blind. GILBERT, Ark. (UP)— The coffin A. D. Morgan, 85, had made for hlrascK 14 \sars ago is just as good as new—it's never been used. He had it made after he suffered ft broken hip and thought he was going to die. He recovered and Is hi excellent health now. New Hook and Ladder Brings City Trouble LYNN, Mass. (UPJ-Lynn officials and firemen arc having their troubles. A new $19,000 hook and ladder truck just received is a bit too (large for the house. Fire officials arc confronted wlt^h thc problem of how lo tear down the wall to allow more room. That doesn't settle all their problems, however, for Mayor' J. Fred Manning discovered that the price of the truck had dropped $2,000 since the contract was signed and said that he would not accept the apparatus unless the c|ty got the full benefit of the reduc- lon. Hut Attractions Additional Members for Dud Cason Post The annual membership drive of Dud Casrai Ppsl No. 24. American Legion, wns underway to'dny with seven seasoned campaigners "in the field for the prizes to be awarded thc three signing the most inem- bci^. With the new hut, one of the finest in Ihe slate, ncn'rlng completion, offering attractive club features lo I.eglon members, It Is expected the post membership will set a new high this year. Competing candidates for mcmbcrsiiln honors arc Floyd While, Dr. A. M. Wnshbuin, Curtis .7. Little. Jnmcs Stovall, Earl Parker, Ed Hlcc, and Bsn EUmonsoii. The new hut will be dedicated Armistice D.iy, November 11. Com-' mittecs which will "Kandle lhe day's program have been announced as follows by Curtis J. Little, post commander: Parade—Ross Stevens, Charles A. Slnbbs, Raymond Rutlcdgc. Dr. A. XT. Washburn. Finnnce—Nelll Reed. Welch Foster, J. A. Leech. Advertising—Floyd. White, Harry Haincs, J. Mell Brooks. Bcnuty Contest—E. C. Patton, Mrs. S. P. Morris, Mrs. Pat O'Bryant. Distinguished Guests—Mas Reid, Cecil Sliane, Zal B. Harrison, Clarence Wilson, Entertalnmenm, B. Stout, Bernard Oooch, Don Edwards. Transportation—Frcct Wahl, Oliver Coppedge, Earl Parser. Decoration — J. J. Daly, Mrs. Howard Proctor, Mrs. S. S. Sternberg:. The Legion service office. Commander Ltttle announced. Is seek- In? to get in touch with Odls Brooks, who can be of help In obtaining benefits for a man with whom he formerly served. The pistol, used by Charles J. Guitean to assassinate President Garfleld, together with his confession, has .become the properly 0} the U. S. National Museum. Week-End Receii Taken in Insull Fraud Trial CHICAGO, Oct 6 (UP)--Judge Jnmcs H. Wilkersun declared "a week end truce today in ihe war of the government on Samuel I "nil. onetime ruler of the -,vtrluo largest utility system, and 16 associates. With a small mountain of docu- mentaiy evidence already intrip duccd by prosecutors in 'their attempt lo convict Insull of defrauding luvestois of $14300001X1 nUomcjs in Die case ucie expected lo use the breathing space to reach an agicemcnt on technicalities o\ei which they have bickered since c Wednesday. Six Years in Prison for Cleveland Banker CLEVELAND, p.] Oft. C ,(UPX— J. Arthur House, former president of the defunct . Buardlan Trust company, today - was - sentenced to six years In federal prison and fined Slp.coo by Judge Samuel "H. West on 26 charges of misapplication of bank funds and false entry. Cottonseed Code Hearing at Memphis October 15 WASHINGTON, Oct. 6. <UP)— The AAA today set October 15 for a lien ring In Memphis, Tcnn., on H [iroppscd code for the cottpnsseci crushing Industry. • ' - . ' ; The code would provide a market news service under control of a disinterested agency. Youth, 10i Hits Sawdust i Trai} With Lion Troupe BROWNSVILLE, Tex. (UP; .— Manuel King, 10. believed to be the •youngest lion tamer In the world, has left with . his ; llo bound for the sawdust trail. The youthful lion tamer will appear nt the Iowa SMte Fair, and then will travel, extensively befori he conies back to Texas to appear nt.the Texas State Fair at Dallas this fall, : Manuel 'was accompanied ty hlj father >W. A. (Snake) King, Internationally known wild animat dealer. -The troupe .-of lions numbers 10. WEATHER Arkansas—Pair tonlght : and Sundi\, cooler In north and cenlrsj portions. Memphis and vicinity—Fnlr »nil somewhat cooler tonight Sunday fair, ^

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