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SA«! TEN BI/YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW* Truman Names New Wage Boss; More Appointments Expected By W.4KRK.V KOGEHS JH. WASHINGTON UPi — President Truninn was expected to prop up his buffeted controls program today by naming new Industry mem- bers to the Wage Stabilization Board Biter picking a new price boss. The President appointed Joseph H. Frcehill yesterday as admlnls- Srare-by-Srare Official Vote Count WASHINGTON M 1 )—Following is the 1952 olllcial vote for president n tabulated by The Associated Press from stntc canvassing Ixiarcl reports. It shoe's (he total vote, Republican, Democratic, and "other" vote and percentages of each, by states: Ma. Ari. Ari. Cal. Col. Con Del. Fit. a*. Idt. m. ln<J. I». KM. MtM. Mich. Minn. Mix. Mo.. Won*. Neb. Nev. N. M. N. J. N. M. N. Y. N. D. Ohio Okla. Or«. R. I. I. O. I. D. Tenn. Tex. Utah Vt. Va. Wnsh. W.Va. Wto." Wyo. Total Yr. 52 48 52 48 S2 48 62 48 52 48 62 48 62 ' 62 48 52 48 »a 48 - 62 43 52 48 •tS 62 48 55 48 £2 48 52 69 48 62 48 52 48 52 48 62 48 61 48 62 43 52 <B 52 48 62 48 62 48 48 .62 48 52 62 48 G2 48 52 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 62 48 52 48 62 43 62 43 Tot. Voto 426,120 214,080 200,569 177,065 404,800 242,415 5,141,849 4,021,538 630,103 515,237 1,090,911 883.518 114.010 139,073 088,986 577,043 651,303 418,100 270,254 214.316 4,481,058 3,884,046 1,055,325 1,656,214 1,268,113 1,038,204 806,109 708,810 903,148 822,058 651,052 410,326 351,186 204,787 902,074 596,135 2,383,398 2,101,140 2,108,602 2,109,609 1,370,483 1,212,220 285,519 192,190 1,892,002 1,518,628 265,037 224,278 BOa.OGO 488.93D 83,190 63.117 272,952 231,440 2,410,5541,949,555 238,608 185,101 7.128,241 B.117,337 1,210,910 791,209 ' 210,12'! 220,718 3,100,158 2,936,011 948,984 121,693 695,059 524,080 4,580,5G2 3,135,149 414,498 320,098 341,121 142,571 294,283 250,105 892,553 550,283 2,070,840 1,141.245 329,554 210,305 153,557 123,382 619,089 419,250 1,102,108 005,059 873,518 148,150 1,607,310 1,216,800 129,251 101,425 (jl,547,861 48,688,289 Republican 148,231 40,930 152,042 71.5M 117,155 50,059 2,891.310 1,895,269 370,783 239,114 611,012 431,154 80.059 69,588 644,036 194.S80 198,f-19 16,091 180,707 41.6 63.8 55.9 01.7 42.7 108,521 05,251 226,300 149,659 2,197,548 1,013,134 47.6 245,604 38.8 207,288 481.019 •123,297 03,315 67,813 444,950 281.988 51.9 43.9 41.9 41.9 48.8 45.0 48,8 452,323 69.4 2,457,327 1.901.103 1,136,259 821,079 003,906 4M.018 610.302 423,039 495,029 341,210 300,525 72,659 232,353 160,234 499,424 204,814 1,202,325 009,310 1,551,529 1,038,595 163.211 483,617 112,888 5,043 050,420 655,039 151,394 €0,770 421,603 204,174 50,502 20,357 166,589 121,299 1,374.013 081,124 1 132.170 80,303 3.952.815 2,841.163 558,601 258,513 191,112 115,133 Z,100,'I5G 1,445,684 518,0-15 268,311 420.815 200,004 2,115.789 1,002,197 210,935 135,191 156,312 5,388 203,851 129,1151 446.141 202,914 1,102.818 282,240 194,190 124.402 109.111 15,928 340,037 172,070 6M.107 306,315 41.1,910 316,251 910,144 590,959 81,047 47,047 33,927,549 21,069,110 254,IHfi 05,031 107,370 2,013.020 1,094,715 801,530 807,833 •S51.5I3 522,380 273,290 351,002 405,720 4BP 158 345,027 130,311 118,808 111,QIC 395,337 200,521 1,083,625 1.151.788 1,230,057 1,003,448 008,488 Pet. Democrat Pet. 35.0 275,075 04.5 19.0 68.4 43.8 43.8 21.0 5G.4 47.1 60.3 40.5 65.7 49. (I 51.7 50.0 65.0 33.fi 30.C 18,3 65.4 47.2 64,8 49.2 68.1 43.11 (13.8 47.6 08.8 53.0 .in.fl 41.5 47.1 ' 17.4 60.0 50.7 65.4 40.4 64.2 43.2 65.4 49.2 55 3 39.0 39. B 2.6 BO. 7 41.5 59.4 •13.1 00.2 64.2 61.4 47.3 GO.D 52.4 50.8 50.3 55.4 43.3 65.'! 40.0 40.1 32.7 71.0 50.8 49.2 54.0 37.3 60.0 43.8 52.7 50.i) 51.0 41.4 40.4 3.8 09.!( 51.9 DO.O 30.0 53.1 24.6- f)8.9 45.0 11.5 GI.8 50.3 41.0 51.1 42/1 4B.1 42.2 61.0 -10,3 62.7 47.3 55.1 45.1 Other Pet. 1,814 0.5 174.050 81.0 112.553 19,384 929,830 017,315 10(5,213 119,071 1118,057 224,lf>5 31,688 3i,asi 106,663 107,095 1,015.002 895 ,-155 105,661 105,461 3,104,001 2,780,204 CS'i.flOS 450,070 76,D!t4 Qi>.ai2 l.COBlSOa 1,452,191 430.039 452.782 270.579 243,147 2.140,260 1,762,420 203,293 188,619 173,001 34.423 90,426 111.053 443.110 270,-iOl! 910.128 150,700 . 135,364 1-10,151 43,355 45.557 208.077 200.7B6 492.845 476,165 •153,578 425.188 G22.115 641,310 47.9.1-1 52.354 27.311,311! 24,105.695 00.8 34.4 50.0 45.0 50.1 41.0 48.8 35.6 50.3 30.5 44.0 49,0 56,7 52.9 32.8 33.8 42.3 43.8 48.0 45.5 54.1! 44.0 41.6 44.1 57.2 00.4 10.1 49.1 58.1 40.1 53.1 30.8 45.8 38.0 59.4 39.1 46.7 42.0 45.9 44.3 5Q.7 43.6 45.0 53.9 50.0 28,4 43.4 43.2 49.5 45.4 02.7; 38.9 46,4 46.9 46.9 •19.0 51.0 50.1 24.1 30.1 47.0 49.1 49.1 46.1 05.-I 41.1 54.0 28.2 36.9 43.-1 47,9 14.1 52.6 51.9 57.3 38.1 50.7 37.1 51.6 44.4 49.5 4,211 1,345 41,857 40,091 213,135 4,817 8,235 4,250 22,467 C3I5 1,612 101,370 1 81,423 466 6,936 9,811 2li,228 17,538 27,302 8,354 21,806 0,508 13.878 2.390 14.092 207,32 j> 627 2,631 7,313 15,400 1.548 45,088 16,400 07,566 1.814 35,643 167,163 2,803 C.31-1 1.430 8.431 2.4 0.3 17.3 0.9 5.3 0.8 1.6 0.4 2.5 0.4 1.2 11.6 20.S 0.2 2.8 0,2 0.7 0.9 1.6 0.0 2.1 0.1 1.8 0.3 1.8 49.8 0.2 1.0 0.8 2.0 0,3 2.2 0.6 3.2 0.6 2.9 87.3 0.2 0.4 0.5 1.-I69 2.3 1,908 0.9 29.039 1.2 72,070 3.8 117 0.3 10.82S 1.0 655,910 9.0 13.507 0,3 1.121 0.6 9.165 31.508 1.3 3.005 0.5 20,020 3.8 18,504 0.3 80.520 2.2 210 3.163 0.802 102,762 12.1 2.801 1.1 •J.PJii (1,3 76,907 14.0 3.010 O.'J 114.305 10,0 2,1. r )2 1.0 435 0.3 1,809 1.5 1.975 0.3 46,400 11.1 10,756 0,9 42,510 4.7 3,311 5.451 38.531 3.0 - 270 0,2 1,124 308.99S 2,613.424 li-ator of Ihe Of/Ice of Price Stabilization, Freehlll, a native New Yorker, had been acting in thut capacity since Tighe Woods resigned Nov. 24. Truman told his Thursday news conference he would end the WSB paralysis before the week was out. And Economic Stabiliser Roger L. Putnam said a few hours later he tuid sent a list of proposed appointees to the White House. The WSB has been unable to get to Us backlog of 12,000 cases since IJie seven Industry members resigned a week ago. They quit In a protest against Truman's nc- !lon In overruling the board to uring a soft coal miners" wngc Increase to $1,90 a day Instead of Ihe $1.50 a day approved by the board. By law the three-cornered WSB cnn not meet unless all segments- Industry, unions, tho public—are represented. Pressure Mounting The President's attempts In shape up the anti-Inflation program cnme under mounting' pressure for the scuttling of wage-price controls. But lie showed no sign of being moved by the opposition of the i;. S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Manufacturers or the CIO, After his appointment as OPS chief yesterday Freehlll promptly announced (hat one-fourth of his ftnff mu.si fie laid off because of a lack of funds. Frcchlll said OPS will cut its payroll from an estimated 5,650 employees on Jim, I to 4,125 by Jan. 31. Dismissal notices will go out after Christmas, ho said, lo 400 workers In Washington and about' 1,000 In the agency's 93 field offices. Prccliill snld Congress appropriated $38,01)0,000 of the 62 million dollars OPS requested for operating expenses from last July through next April. He said less than 10 millions will he lelt on Jan. 1. The economy move \vlll he toned down in the enforcement division, Frccliill said, because; "Wo are going to keep a strong', positive enforcement program and will work la complete: many cnses w pending hi the courts, nmount- ing to several million dollars in polenlinl returns to the government." Sliorl Tenure A comparative newcomer tn the controls hierarchy, Frechill is practically nssureO n short tenure. He practiced law In Washington from 1914 to 1950, served as associate counsel oi a Senate labor subcommittee until February, 195^1, uml since then successively became Ol'S chief counsel and deputy administrator, President-elect Elsenhower's Republican administration undoubtedly will bring new faces lo the controls setup if Congress continues the program. I'Yeehlll's boss, Economic Strv- blll/.er Ilo'-^r Putimm. as well ns Mobltiznt' / Chief Henry Fowler nre (|Ulu , ; Jan. 1. Putnam planned lo leave Washington "for ,'Jooi\"- this weekend and visit rcl- atiyC3 : lh the West 'until his resignation .tnkes effect. Truman said Thursday be will appoint n successor when Putnam bows out. Truman confirmed thnt Michael V. DtSnlle. the former OPS boss, is being considered Tor Putnam's post. Obituaries Rites Conducted in Leachville for Merrill Swihart Services for Merrill Lester Swl- hnrt, 65, Leachville farmer, who died nt Bradcnton, Fla., Sunday, were conducted at the Swlliart home In beachville by the Rev. Eugene Halt of Dell. Uurial was at Leachville Cemetery with Howard Funeral Home In charge. Mr. Swihart, who had lived most of his life In Leachville, had recently gone, to Florida nnd built a homo, but never had moved into the house. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Lula Swihart; a son, Johnny Swl- hnrt of Leachville; three daughters, Mrs. Llla Croom of Grcchway, Mrs. Ruby Thurmond of Leachville, Mrs. Ruth Hose of Phoenix, Ariz.; and a hallbrolhcr. Glen Swihart of Cioshcn. Ind. School Districts To Get State Aid LITTLE ROCK WV-Setiool districts will receive $2,1BS,5Q5 from Hie State Education Department In state aid. The funds, distributed yesterday. Included $1,152.320 under the Minimum School Budget Aid Law and 5137,275 for transportation. Tremor Rocks Oakland, Calif. OAKLAND, Calif. f/P,— An earthquake described us "shocking" by residents hit here Intc' last night. No damage wns reported. More than 100 telephone calls poured into newspapers and police stations, mostly from the cast side of OjiMnnd. No reports have been received of any shock felt outside [lie city. ' (Continued from Pn^c 1) work there—nnd there js a likelihood lie will meet with Gen. Doug- Ins MacArlliur, some lime next week to hear MacArlhur's views on Korea. MacArthur recently implied he had ii plnn for peace In Korea. President Trmrmii has said that if lie has MncArthur should present It to him and not wait. One source reported there already has been "some strain at the high level" between Eisenhower's liaison men—Son. Henry Cabot Lodge K-MnsK) nnd Joseph M. Dodge — imd Truman's Cabinet members. He said (here had been no friction below the Cabinet level and added he did not think what friction there was would create any problem in the orderly transfer of government from Democratic to Republican control. »ATURDAY,.DEC. U, 196J Ex-Intelligence In Europe with By THOMAS A. REEDY BERLIN OB— A former U. S. Army Intelligence agent In Europe as a tourist has been caught with thousands of top secret files, on American official announced today. The spokesman Identified the man as Martin W. Rotlikrug, 45, of Westport, Conn. He has been In the Berlin Army Stockade since Aug. 2, while the Army antl the State Department Jointly Investigated to determine how to proceed against him. Rothkrug's brolher, Mark, also of Wcstporl, has been notified that a trial Is Impending. Rothkrug, a naturalized American born in Belgium, was an army lieutenant during (he war and later a civilian attached to military intelligence in Berlin. He left the service In Berjln early this year as a tourist and settled down as Agent Arrested Secret Files a partner In * Oerm»n textile firm. U. S. official! representing both the Army and the high commission told this story: Army agenls checking Roihltrug's continued presence in Berlin visited the offices of his textile firm Aug. 1. They found * full case of Army Intelligence files, Including a long list of "Informers." He was arrested and arraigned on a charge of falling to turn back all secret documents In his possession at (he time lie left the military investigation division. The long lag since then resulted from Army indecision 'as to how to bring the case to trial without being forced to disclose the contents of the top secret files In open court. The State Department agreed to handle the case. Negro Deaths Olympic Physical Check Discloses Case of German Girl Becoming Man DELMENHORST, Germany </P) — The story of a young German girl whose sexual conversion to male was disclosed In R medfcfU examination fr,r Olympic trial competition leaked out in this North German town today. Officials were reluctant to discuss it, but they agreed thcil a 17- year-old girl tticy identified as Helga Cordes, had apparently changed sex over a period of years. And they eatd the girl's birth records have been changed to conform. "HeJga," is now listed only ns "Mr. Cordes," they said, and Is living In seclusion with a relative somewhere in Bremen. Unlike the case of Christine Jor- eenson of New York, Helga's conversion apparently was a slow and naturnl development. Christine Jorgenson was converted from male to female after medical treatment and a series of operations. Helga, townsmen snfd. was an outstanding athlete and had Olympic hopes. Stic competed in various sports and had a striking, masculine phy.sique. But, thoy sold. Helga. was also noted for her shy. feminine character. . City officials said Helga's mother, who apparently had brooded lor years ,ovcr her husky "daughter." committed suicide some time ago. BETTER GET GOING! A dainty vial of perfume Is a gift the girls adore, So buy before her favorite Evaporates from the store! But townspeople who knew Helga said no one had ever regarded her as anything but a girl, and all had hoped she would win a bertii on the 1952 women's Olympic squad. She seemed a solid candidate until the medical examination last spring. OFFICIAL VOTE (Continued from Page 1) hind GOP state candidates In Arizona, Minnesota, New Hampshire. North Dakota, Vermont and Wisconsin. Stevenson outpolled Democratic state tickets in only nine states and they topped his vole in 28. The Dine where he led his party's ticket were Arizona, Delaware, Kentucky, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York. North and South Dnkotn. The better showing by Elsen- hower than Stevenson in relation to their party's state tickets explains in large measure why the Republicans came up with such slim majorities in Congress. Despite Eisenhower's whopping popular vote margin, his party showed net gains of only 10 House members, two senators and live governors. Dora Martin Services for Dora Martin, 10,-who died «t home on Charlen* Street Thursday night, will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday at Caston Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. O. J. Jame« of Memphis. Burial will be a^ Mount Zion Cemetery. "" She'is survived by three sisters, Ruby Clay, Mary Martin and Minnie Wllklns, all of BIytheville. « » • Julia Hayes Services for Julia Hayes, 56, who died at home In Dell Thursday night, are to be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church at Deli by Rev. R. T. Shipp. Burial will be- at Mount Zion Cemetery with Caston Funeral Home In charge. Survivors Include her husband, .ra Hayes, and two daughters, WH- le Belle Oliver and Mary Henry both of St. Louis. [ • • • C. L. Andrews Service* for C. L. Andrews, «3, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday it Caston Funeral Home Chapel by Hev. D. c. Harber. Burial for An- Irews. who died at hfs home on Ruddle Street Wednesday, will be at Carson Lake Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Ideller Andrews, seven sons, and four daughters. Mechanization Hurting Labor WASHINGTON «>>- The Census Bureau, In a report on Arkansas agriculture during the past 30 years jays mechanization has caused the loss of 231,906 farm workers In the •state. The Bureau also said that al- ihoiigh the number of Arkansas farms dropped from 232,604 to 182 429 during the past 30 years, the size of farms grew from an average of. 75 acres In 1920 to 1034 acres In 1950. Soil Destruction Is Counteracted COLUMBUS, O. (ff) — Although farmers can not expect to increase the percentage of organic matter in a soil, they can offset the destructive bacterial action of nature to some extent- by regularly plowing tinder corn stalks, straw and green manure, says- an extension agronomist at Ohio State University. Oeorge Oiss says by ivay of illustrating the soil problem, that by adding 2 tons of 'raw organic material per acre every year a farmer could only Increase the orangic matter content in his soil by 2 per cent in 100 years. Footnotes: Blnnk and yoid^ ballots In large numbers In New York and Massachusetts and to a smaller degree In somo other states nre not Included in the above tnble in Ihe "other" column. Tiiey go to make up the total voter turnout hi Hie nation but not the actual vote for president. "Blanks" nrc bnllots marked for various state and local candidates nnd nnmnrlced in the presidential column. "Voids" are ballots thrown out for Improper marking, etc. New York's 1952 Democratic vote Includes 416.111 Liberal party votes for Stevenson: the same state's 1948 Democratic vote In- Recruiting Station i To Close 2 Weeks M-Sgt. C. U. Barton, recruiter hi charge of the Army and Air Forc^ Recruiting Station In City Hull here, sold today the office will, be closed for the next Uvo weeks. Sgl. Burton will lenve tomorrow for two weeks' annual leave and the recruiting office will re-open Dec. 30. eludes 222.562 Liberal party voles for Trmnau. South Carolina's 1952 Republican vote of 158.312 is actually the vote for "iiHlcucndi-iil" electo'vs (or El- senhower. It is placed in this column Ijccnusc it Is the highest vote the Republican candidate got in fhc state and is the one counted officially toward his national popular totnl. Another slate of electors under (lie Republican Inbel pollod only 9,801 voles and these nre plnccd In the state's "oilier" column along witli n single minor linrty vote. The 9.801 cnn not be added lo Iho Elsenhower totnl because they nrc voles for a scp- arnlc list of electors. YOUR FRUNCHY THfATRE 'Entertainment at its Best' SUNDAY AND MONDAY PpHy Soldier ^^TlCHNICpypR ' ir : ""*•« ''^-f:-? ' \ '^ TYRONE POWER ^ • swua a wca • JOSEPH R utms JOHN C, KiKKiS Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Mntinces Sal. & Sun. 1'lione 5S SATURDAY 'CALIFORNIA PASSAGE" Forrest Tucker SAT. OWL SHOW "Ghost Chasers" Uowery Boys SUN - MON "Thunderbirds" Derek na Freeman TUESDAY "The Mine With The Iron Door" Richard Arlen Cecelia Parker yr* ermc Open eves, to 9 TELEVISION CENTER Slucco bunj. 1 blk. Holly'd. * Vine. Ideal for office, business living Ailj to NBC. CBS $75 monlh. Mr. DeSute. H1-S115 BEAUT. 2ND FL OFFICES ON HOLLY'D B1>D « IN HUNT- N'GTON PARK REAS RENT. 'NER. _____ _ spaces. 1-1S19 Ventura ^ le real cst. publl Plenty of pa i Safeway Beautifully Cur Lrg. heated 10 yr. w •ova I ing 1 ONALU SLEEt- WE San Ftr WOOD ni6 So. U delivery a Fri. fill 9. keep your eye on 3RE— Film avail San Roherl5r JVJST RECEI "••FINEST Yucca IET Mlkir > «-nlr,. .WO >q. ft Office luile. atso 1 rm. 50x40. onr 15x30 orics Park's lot- CL-J381 Ads placed before 9 a.m. will appear tarn* day. All classified advertising payable in advance. BLYTHBVILLB COURIER NEWS MacARTHUR (OonHnwd from PM« U Hunt got prompt support tot hl> Idea from Sen, Stentiis (D-MIss), like Hunt a member of the committee which Hussel! heads. Russell, hoivever, said In Atlanta: "[ doubt very much that such a meeting . . . would serv« any jiseful purpose while the Congress Is not In session." Russell presided In 1951 at « Senate Investigation of President Truman's firing of MacArtliur after a disagreement with the general over policy for fighting th« •ar. Bridges Opposes Study MacArihur then Insisted the administration policy would produce inly a stalemate. He advocat " lombing Communist bases t 1 •lanchuria and blockading Red China's coast. Sen. Bridges (R-NH), Republl- jan Senate floor leader and a member of ;he armed services committee, also announced yesterday he saw no value in a congressional study of any MncArthur plan be/ore the next Congress convenes. Eisenhower, en route back from Korea, has announced he will ncet MacArihur In New York to discuss the Korean conflict with he former Par East commander. But Watkins said he fears costly delays might result from the fact Eisenhower lacks authority to act on any MacArthur recommenda- ions before his Inauguration Jan. "Timing well may be the essence of tills plan which the President has declined to look at unless t is thrust at him under circumstances holding little promise of serious consideration for it," Watkins said. Watkins said "hope dies slowly" and he still sees a chance that Truman may reconsider his statements. WAR (Continued from Page 1) moving toward the front last night —most of them on roads south of Pyongyang, North Korean Red Capital. The Air Force also said four Allied planes went down over North Korea in the past week, but not one in air battles with Red IVtIGIS Jets. Sabre-jets shot do.wn 10 MIOs during the period, probably destroyed one and damaged one- Monarch butterflies migrate like birds. They are strong fliers and are able to go many miles at a time. RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. SATURDAY "ARIZONA FRONTIER" Tex Hitter SAT. OWL SHOW "THE GREEN GLOVE' Glenn Ford Geraldine Brooks AAOX Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1 :00 il Always a Double Feature i; SATURDAY Doubie Feature 'HANDS ACROSS THE ROOKIES" With Wild Bill Elliott —Plus— Nl GUY'S ROBUtr , MITCHUM • HALE 2 Cartoons SAT. LATE SHOW Starts 11:30 ^ "Ghost of f Frankenstein" . Frankenstein the Monster & J. Carrol Mash SERIAL & CARTOON- S UNO ATf-MONDAY Double Feature SUN - MON - TUBS OSS, HEPBURN FRICJN UEEN —Plus A Paramount Picture. Plus Cartoon Attention Farmers A. A. Hurdj Jiu be«n appointed to handle CROOKS QUALITY COTTON SEED In this territory. For the earliest and best staple and turnout yo« can't beat Crooks Hi-bred Cotton S«d. However, we do hive many other Tarielte* »«ch p« DP * I, IS. All seed is iUt« certified, dellnted and treated. We abo have breeder* certified In some se«d. We atsa h»T» m nfce Mock of »eed now in ovr warehouse. Anr order, large •T umall, will h« flven prompt «U»nllon. Book yowr cotton 9**d now and have H delivered when joi need 11. Whatever your ste<J needs are, contact me and let me help you to let Ihe very best seed at th« lowest possible price, A. A. HARDY 70S Clear Lak« ' BlythovilU

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