Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1948 · Page 6
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SIX EVEiNiNG TIMES, CUMBERLAND, iMD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S, Phone 'KiUH for a WANT Al) Taker Christmas Party, Program HeldByCircle6ofW.S.CS. The Christmas party held by Circle No, 6 of the W. S. C. S. of Centre Street Methodist Church a recent nicht wns in the form of a covered dish supper. A program followed. Rev, and Mrs. Norman O. Scribner and Mrs. Harry Simpson were guests. Rev. Scribner gave the Invocation. Mrs. Cora Wilson led the devotional. The program included three solos sung by Mrs. William BuchholtK, accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth F. Beck, a Christmas poem read by Airs. T. F. Lcasure, and Christmas carols sung by the group. At a. short business session with Mrs. James A. Leader presiding, reports were Riven by Mrs. Arthur Apscy, Mrs. Charles Colgate, Mrs. Harry Anderson, Mrs. Wilbur Parker and Mrs. William Garrett. Decorations were in the Yuletide motif and at the Jingle party concluding the evening. Gifts were exchanged. Mrs. Garrett presented Mrs. Leader with a gift in behalf of the circle in appreciation of her work as head of the group. Others present were Mrs. J. T. Training Unions Of District Meet At Second Baptist The Training; Unions Of the Baptist churches in the Western Dis-! trict held their mobilization meet- j ing in the Second Baptist Church! here a recent evening. The meeting was participated by all Training Union districts of; the Southern Baptist Convention.; Themes and plans for 1D4!) were' presented under the leadership of Mrs. J. C. Ledbctter, director pro tern. Fourteen members of the LaVale Junior Union gave the theme and scripture of the new year. Then the theme, scripture and hymn of each month in the year was given by a group from a different church. The devotional was given by Barbara Rupp and Betty Ann Hanna. Cookcrly, Mrs. Evermont Whitman, of Frostburg Mt. Zion Church. Mrs. A. M. Hixson, Mrs. W, A. Strolher, Mrs. Nettie Clark, Mrs. Thorner Smith, Mrs. J. E. Utt, Mrs. W. R, E. King, Mrs. E, W. Kem- mntt. The committee in charge of the affair was comprised of Mrs. Apsey, Mrs. Colgate, Mrs. McCloskey, Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Leader. Homemokers Hold Christmas Party i Young Married Couples Club ;0f Centre Street Plans Dinner 'The Young Married Couples Club of Centre Street Methodist Church will hold a dinner party Friday night In the church parlors at 5:30. The committee in charge of the dinner and program following includes Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Cost, chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth p. Beck. Mr. and Mrs. John Chancy, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rice, Mr. and Mis. Bart Nonncman, Mr. and Mrs. ElliottWSCS'Holds Christmas 'Party AtWillison Home The Women's Society of Christian Service of Elliott Memorial Church Robert Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ,'~ liam Wilson, Mr, and Mrs. Charles p Mr. and Mrs. John I,' held its Christmas party a ri a r Mofi'att, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Scag- gers and Rev. and Mrs. Norman O.| Scribner. The club held a. party and pro- g-ram a recent evening- with 7G iness session preceded the program jof Mrs. Ledbetter presented the district officers, and each spoke brief-! ly on a topic pertinent to the age- group represented in their office j as follows: Rev. Sidney Aldrich,| Eckhart, pastor advisor on • CLUB OFFICERS—Officers of the Opti-Mrs. Club are pictured .11 the dinner held recently at the Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club when the members entertained their husbands who are members of the Optimise Club. Th club will celebrate its first anniversary in March. The dinner and party were informal with Christmas decorations predominating. In the picture, left ( to right, are Mrs. Earl M. Nonneman. secretary. Mrs. Wilbur G'. Klingler, president: Mrs. Raymond Hinkie, vice president, and Mrs. Byron Kigtit, treasurer. ! in the season's theme, and a sc.iv- I engcr hunt featured the entcrtain- ' ment. The committee in charge was comprised of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Paulmar., chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. William Umstot, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bradfield, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Guy, Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. James Duff. Union Attendance At ing Meeting Miss Kate Bannatyne, Adult Division, "Stewardship"; Rev. Randolph Kccfc, Young People, "The Observance of Youth Week"; Mrs. Edward Grim, Intermediate Division, "Our Study Courses": Mrs. Donald Vosseler, Frostburg, Junior i Division, "Our Western District 'camp"; Miss Jackie Shafer, Story The Valley Road Homemakere I Hour, "The Observance Of Family Club held its Christmas party lastj week"; Rev. Donald Vosseler, Frost"Music in our Training Elmira, N.Y. Couple! Here For Weekend, Wed By Rev. Young The weekend visit here of an Elmira, N, Y., couple tenr.inaieci in E. T. Smoot Weds Miss Grabenstein Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Rose Marie Grabenstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard E. Grabenstein Bow]- Vmonoioglie, ""Get "Thee" Behind! ing Green, to Edwin Taylor Smoot, night at Central Y. M. C. A. with a dinner and program. Mrs. Joseph J. Coleman presided at a short business session, appointing Mrs. H. C. Peck and Mrs. Lawrence H. Shafferman chairman of publicity and home furnishing, : J| ?s- pectlvely, to succeed Mrs. Charles F. Heller and Mrs. A. E. Rogers, resigned. Mrs. Franklin W. Kremer was named recreation chairman, replacing Mrs. C. D. Callis. Singing of Christmas carols opened the program with Mrs. E. C. Kllroy directing. Mrs. Callis and Mrs.'Laurence Reed presented a comedy skit, "The Christmas Lift." Me," was given by Mrs. A, E. Kcsecker and a skit, "A Can Opener Christinas," was presented. Characters included Mrs. Marie Vandine from New York, portrayed by Mrs. Kremer; Joan Vandine, her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Shaflerman; Mrs. Helen Combs, country cousin, Mrs. John Cook: Virginia Combs, her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Shoemaker, and Missouri Bundle, a colored cook, Mrs, George Kraft. Christmas baskets for the Keating Memorial Day Nursery were packed and contributions of food and candy made. It was announced I hat the clothing meetings will be held in January, and that an executive board meeting will be held at the office of Miss Maude A. Bean, on December 28. Unions," The meeting was largely attended. Refreshments were served by the members of the Second Baptist Church. their marriage. The principals, Miss L o 1 c t a Shepard and Raymond W. Snovcr, Jr., came here last Friday to spend the weekend with the latter's aunt, Mrs. John A. Ferguson, '127 North .Waveriy Terrace. They applied for i a marriage license but had to wait I the specified 48 hours required be! fore the ceremony could be performed. Deciding to get married while- here, they applied for a license and after waiting the 48 hours required by law arranged with Rev. Joseph W. Young, pascor of Fail-view Avenue Methodist Church, to perform the ceremony Monday at his home. 308 Bedford Street. Mrs, Ferguson 523 Broadway Circle, son of Airs. Grace Smoot, 222 Columbia Street, which took place December 4 in the rectory of SS. Peter and Paul Church. Rev. Father Alban, O. F. M. Cap., pastor, officiated. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerns, brother-in-law and sister of the bride were the attendants. The bride wore a brown dress with darker brown accessories and a corsage of orchids. Her matron cf honor wore a gray suit with black accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds. A graduate of Allegany Hi Events Briefly Noted Rehearsal for the Christinas program of St. Paul's Lutheran Sun- Local Girls Take Part In Hoiday Events At Stephens day School will be held Saturday at- j , , . .. _ •,,nnnn Pr'ma™ nrraitmmil. Cumaer hmn girls attending Step- ternoon, the Primary Dcpiutraenl.: at 1:30 p. m. and the Bc:,'innr.-rs' Department at 3. The. progi-ai be given Sunday at 7 p. m. in the church auditorium. hens College, Columbia. Mo., arc !"':.' i ?i I participating in the pro-holiday fes- I « 111 i •_•_._ __ . i. 11 i__ r_..^ ...«.•.. t ..»i Circle No, Methodist Christmas 8 of Centre Street Church will hold its dinner tonight in Hie church parlor at 6 o'clock. All members have been asked to bring a jingle gift and also a gift, okl or new, 1.0 be given away. The Willing Workers Bible Class of tne First Methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 7:30 in the church basement instead of Thursday, December 16, as originally scheduled. | tivitics at the college before retutrn- j ing home for the Chrisnnas vacation which starts December 16. A series for formal dances will precede the vacation period. Informal residence hail and club parties are also planned. The formal Christnuitt dinner. December 14. will be followed by a program. Climaxing the events w:ll be the twenty-first annual Mrs. :Uld Raymond Hinkie will preside tlie Christmas party ivill DC- featured. Maryland Camp No. 4600, Royal nnd a few friends were present. | Nc jg. |lbors of America,' will 'hold The bride was attired .in a royal j meeting Friday at 8 p. m. in Junior blue costume accented by a corsage j order Hall. Election of Officers wii; of white gardenias anc red rosebuds. Until her recent resignation the bride was employed by the Bendix Company, Elmira, where the bridegroom .is also employed. \'tev a motor trif northern New York, Mr. and Mrs. Snover will reside in Christmas vesper service and enroling on the college campus the eve of departure. Students spend the from here who will Christmas holidays at their homes arc Miss Elizabeth Ann Bete, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Raymond Ber,e. Route 1; Miss Helen Delano Bowie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Bowie-, 723 Wash- take place. Each member has been requested to bring a jingle a-.icli contribution of food for the lunch to follow. Mrs, Maxine Rice will be hostess through! to the Coriganville W. S. C. S. to- ington Street: and Miss Ann Rcy- Man Nabbed On is Bili Count AiTej-leil Entering Baltimore JVi-iht CJub Governor tiroes \-s Action On Board Dorchester Officials Told To Get Together ANNAPOLIS — (JPi - Governor . iLano today asked Dorchester WASHINGTON— if)')— The Secretj county . s commissioners and General Service announced today the arrest | Asscmb]y delegation to get together atBaltimore_of_John_Acunzo, i 30,_on; on appointments to the county S20 cour night clubs last Sunday. Officials said this counterfeit : of passing some 25 SIO arjdji jquor contro] board r.cerfeit notes in Baltimore! The tV i r ee-member The three-member control agency will supervise a county liquor dispensary authorized by Dorchester money was identical with a "con-j voters in a referendum last month, siderable quantity" of counterfeit Only beer may be sold there now. nolds, daughter or Mrs. Knight Freedom Train Guard Found Dead In Home School, the bride is a member of! WASHINGTON— M n r in e ScrgL. the Allegany County Junior Exten-i Albert E, Robertson. 27, who won sion Club and employed on the staff I the Purple Heart in ths Pacinc and latev guarded the priceless Mother's Delight 4735 sizes of the Celanese Corporation. Mr. Smoot attended Fort Hill JHigh School, served in the Army in World War II ,and is also employed on the staff of the Celanese. A reception was held at the Fire sephine. documents on the Freedom Tram,. ?;as found dead in his apartment -it 236 Massachusetts Avenue N. E. Saturday night by his wife Jo- morrow at 7:30 p. m. in her home. Al'ter the business session i/he annual "Peanut Sister" party will be held. The Past Councilors Club cf Pride of Mt. Savage No. 20. D. of A., will hold a Christmas party tomorrow in I entertained at a Junior Order Hall. Gifts will be ox-j December 19 by Reynolds, 824 The Dingle. Bucking Road, Parties Planned By Hospital Groups Groups of children of the three notes recently passed in New York, Philadelphia and elsewhere in the Middle Atlantic seaboard area. The Secret Service said its Baltimore agents and police there seized a (Cadillac) car Acunzo was driving and found Sl.OOO in counterfeit bills in the car. Acunzo also had S200 in counterfeit money in his pocket, the service added. Acunzo save his address as South Noi-walk, Conn., officials said. They said the man was in Washington Monday, but apparently passed no counterfeit bills here. Acunzo was picked up as lie entered a Baltimore night club early yesterday. The arresting officers said they had been assisted by |a young show girl who had a date 'with him the night before. Secret Service agents reported Catholic parishes in the city will be Christinas party Sisters changed and secret sisters revealed,.Charity and the student body Refreshments will be served. Allegany Hosp:cn',. The party Th Braddock'Farm Improvement!be held in Our Lady of the Mount Association meet at 8 p. m. tomorrow at die home of Mrs. Thomas W. Howsare. The Women's Guild of I'nc Reformed Church of Bowling Green A reception was neia a. uie Tu«,sepnme. ...„„„,„,. ,. r , cDCin ,id i win meet at the home of Mrs. Ralph Hall in LaVale following the ccre-l Coroner A. Magmdei Macuonaic -Rrwiiru- Avonn,. -,!• 7-ln in mony. The couple left for a wed- y ,m perform an autopsy the-Dis- Caryci, Bowling Avenue, at /.30 to- ding trip to eastern cities, the bride wearing a. black costume for traveling. Upon their return Mr. and Mrs. Smoot will reside at their apartment on Columbia Street and will be at home to their friends after December 15. Personals Mrs. Paul Buchholtz has returned to her home in LaVale after undergoing an operation in Allegany Hospital. Charles C. McKeam, city fire inspector, who was admitted to Allc- Sany Hospital last week is improving. [Navy Mothers Election To Be Held Friday The Navy Mothers Club -Rill meet ! Friday at 7:30 p. m. at the VFW ' Home, Union Street, to elect officers for the coming year. i Following the meeting a Christ- j mas party will be held. Members jare to bring jingle presents. Mrs. H-elene Bujac is chairman of refreshments. So simple! Just look at that diagram! Why not solve all her wardrobe problems with this delightful duet? One main pattern part to jumper, blouse sew-easy too. Pattern 4735 comes in sixes 2, 4, S, 8, 10. Size 6. jumper I 5 .; yds. 54- inch; blouse T; yd, 35-inch. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew. is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send TWENTY-FIVE cents in coins for this pattern to The Evening Times, 42 Pattern Dcpt., 243 West 17th St. New York 11, N, Y. Print plainly' NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE anil STYLE NUMBER. The small world's a smart one! See our .' Book. . cents more- Fashion unlimited, for any time, purse, or figure! Gifts for all'the family, plus FREE pattern of a hosiery case, printed in book! SITUATION: You feel that you are receiving too many social telephone calls 'at your office. WRONG WAY: Peel that there Is nothing you can do about It. RIGHT WAY: Explain the situa- ation to your friends and ask them to call you at home—or say that you will telephone them during the noon hour, if they happen to cull you at a busy time. t-ict Morgue today to determine tne r-ause of Sergt. Robertson's death. Police said Mrs. Robertson reported a box of sleeping tablets was missing from the apartment. Mrs. Robertson, a hostess in a Connecticut Avenue restaurant, said she returned home at 11 p. :n. and saw her husband, wrapped in a bathrobe, apparently asleep on a couch. When she was unable to arouse him, she called tli-» apart- niTt house manager, who summoned the Casualty Hospital ambulance. Sergt. Robertson was pronounced dead when he arrived at the- ho-pital. Her husband had been in . good health and excellent spirit--;. Mrs. Robertson said. He was stationed at the Marine Barracks following >?is transfer to Washington about two months a£o. Mrs. Robertson saici "if::- husband had toured the coun- •rr as a sergeant of the g'rjarrl aboard the Freedom Train. He served with the 3d Mair.t-; Di'.-i- sinn during the war and was awarded "several other medals' besides the Purple Heart, Mrs. Robertson night. The Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club will hold a Christmas party tonight at Central YMCA. Cumberland Chapter, Order of DeMolay, will elect officers at a- meeting tonight at Masonic Temple. Intel-mediate and Junior GA's of First Baptist Church will meet at 6:30 tonight at the church. Nurses Home at 3 p. in. Gifts of clothing will be distributed and refresh: .ents will be served. A program of music and skits will be presented by the students under the chairmanship of Miss Rosemnrie Harbaugh. The student body will also entertain with its annual holiday dance December 23 at the Clary Club. The Governor, who must appoint the members, said hu wanted "the benefit of a joint recommendation" from the commissioners and legislators. A spokesman disclosed more than one list of recommendations has been forwarded to the State House. The commissioners submitted their nominations Nov. 6. In a letter to M, Baker Robbins, president of the Board of Commissioners, the Governor said "personal consideration should not be permit- led to involve either the recommendations or my appointments." Both the commissioners and legislators who introduced the law creating the dispensary, subject to referendum, have an interest in its management, he added. The three members will serve stag- revealed. exchanged and new sisters were selected for the coming -year. Refreshments were served by the host- Virginia Willison, "who was co- hostess. Others present were Mrs. Dorothy Wilson and daughter,. Eilene, Mrs- Mary. Stewart and daughter. Mary Jo, Mrs. Lottie Leasure, Miss Betty Drake, Miss Hda Leasure, Mrs. Edith Flora, Mrs. Jean Baird, Mrs. Margaret Flora and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. John Baglcy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brotemarkle, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Brotemarkle, Rev. and Mrs. William Merchant, Mrs. Martha Ryan, Mrs. Sophie Miller, Mrs. Wfl- ma Parker, Mrs. Mildred. Bjrby, Mrs. Richard Hall, Mrs. Majylya Cross and daughter, Mary Kathryn Bruce Ryan, Neal Flora, Charles Stewart and Patricia Case. FortHiiM947Class Will Sponsor Dance The Fort Hill High Class of 1S4T will sponsor a semi-formal dance at the Clary Club on Monday, December 20. Music will be furnished by the Modernaires. The danee will be open to non-members of .the class. .Tickets may be obtained from Arlene Whetsell, Geraldirie Simmons, Shirley Sandsbury, Catherine Brown, Dolores Chase, Carlyn Ringler, Jack Baker, Humbird Sommer- camp, Eugene Robertson or Ronald Sheally. l.har. some of the bills were such. I p.ered terms at an annual salary of good counterfeits they could be de-j$GOO. The dispensary will be located lected only with r, magnifying glass, in Cambridge. Under the spare tire o: the 1948! automobile which Acu:izo was ing the agents found a $1,081 roll. Two Baltimore been -working for a fortnight report that part of a midwest BALTIMORE — detectives had j Suspended fortnight on a * counterfeit ring was moving its operation to "the East Coast. They learned tha: a frequent customer at several night clubs had passed $120 worth of bogus bills at one time and S150 worth at another. Secret Service ag&ni-s and a.special police detail officers set up a watch !*t the Baltimore night club The committee in charge includes!and one of them arrested Acunzo Miss Harbauglv chairman; Miss]as-he got out of his car. Betty Lou Harsh, Miss Dorothy! Frame and Miss Gertrude Peck. The Allegany Hospital Nurses Alumni will hold its monthly meeting and jingle party tonight at the nurses' home at 7:30. Mrs, Charles Cathcrman, Sr., will. Mrs. Louajina Brown will preside be hostess to the Young Bnsine.\s Women's Club for a jingle party at tonight at her home, 825 Windsor Road, at the business session after which a program will be given. It will include entertainment by students of ithe Condon Kindergarten, vocal A candy and rummage sale will beisclections by Miss Kitty Lou Cifila, held at the Virginia Avenue school • Christmas carols, selections by three from 7 until 10 tonight. Junior 4-H Club Holds Christmas Party — Mrs. Lena, Shiflctt, 44-year-old mother of eight children, has been placed under a suspended 10-year senwnce for the kidnaping of an infant last October 16. She pleaded guilty to abducting 11-week-old Jo Anne Mezzanotte from the baby's carriage. Little Jo Anne was found safe the next day in Mrs. Shiilett's home. -In criminal court here, Judge Herman M. Moser said medical reports indicated the woman was not responsible for her act. Court psychologists testified Mrs. Shiflett possessed a strong desire to bear a child for her third huband The LaVale Junior 4-H Club held| in the be'lef that this would solve a Christmas jingle party a recent I th =ir domestic troubles, afternoon in the LaVale Fire hall. | This desire was so strong, the A business meeting preceded the! court was told, that the woman party. Games were played, carols : actually believed she was pregnant Tentative Budget ^ or Roads BALTIMORE — (IP) The State Roads Commission today, set its tentative budget 1 for the 1950 fiscal year at $26,127,110. This includes $9,678,160 lor building new state roads and S6.54X727 for their maintenance, plus S5.86S,- 899 for construction and maintenance of county roads.. . . .The budget does not include funds for building the Chesapeake Bay Bridge or for the state's major highway overhaul program. These are separate funds provided by special bond issues, Ali of tile highway deparunerjt'i money comes from special revenues and its requests are separate irom the genera] fund budget. . The 1950 budget, which will go into effect next July 1 of approvi by Governor Lane and the le; lature, contemplates $6,456,715 for salaries and $19,670,395 f •expenses. ' • -.'"> Gelatin, of which more than 18 million pounds are used annually as desserts, is also used in photography and in medicine—to make capsules and to bind pills. Oklahoma gets its name from an Indian name meaning "Laiid of Red Men." and refreshments served. The committee included Jeanniene Bock, Mariene Brings. Nancy LaSalle boys and a visit by Santa. | Long| Mary Esther Pjsh(;r| Ros " e A Christmas tree and pine dec- Mn Ge ,. ]ock nnd carolvn Smith, orations will be used throughout the room. The program committee includes Miss Mary Louise Grass! Miss Anna Murphy, Mrs. Carrneleta Fleming, and Mrs. Margaret Bar'v. Refreshments are to be served by Mrs. Minnie Rice, Mrs. Catherine Mud Permanenls? Egyptian women of Cleopatra's time wound their hair around small bamboo rods, coated mud and baked the it with Nile arrangement Armbrustcr, Mrs. Theresa Carney, in the sun. Then the mud was Mrs. Marguerite Robinson and Mrs,; cracked off and the hair combed Brown. out. and would give birth to a child about the time of the kidnaping. Judge Moser released her on probation to undergo psychiatric treatment. ALWAYS POPS CRISP-TASTY-YCNDER « The "Merle Norman 1 ' Secret bclonjs to every age! Seeing if bt- licving, end you sec improvement in the natural loveliness of ycur complexion before you buy Merle Normon. Discover how lovely you ccn be! Foi your free demonstration -coll the MERLE NORMAN STUDIO. 119 S. Liberty St. Phone 2812-R Hours 10 A.M.-5:15 P.M. Big Holiday Special! ALL PERMANENT WAVES REDUCED You get more for your money ot Jerry's Beauty Salon (Formerly of Strand Beauty Salon) 124 Hanover St. — Phone 1828 ^ Blocks nbovc Bedfurt St. Jml off Centre St. C TOYS Christ-mas Tree Trimming Candles and Novelties JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT SWEATERS A Good Selection Keiusonafoly Priced OPEN LATE — EVERY EVENING Shop Ht your convenience when the kiddies fl re in bod — You'!] find toys here you won't, see elsewhere. FAY'S ART & GIFT SHOP nil ALL COLORS AN D SIZES! French s;;u?i zephyr with horizontal tinsel banding jor a square shoulder and little waist effect. Available in both, high and low neck. 215 S. Uc St. Phone 873 « A '.•••D'^ Everybody's Pointing to ttcipcrlnt • RANGES • REFRIGERATORS • WASHERS • IRONERS • FREEZERS • DISH WASHERS • SINKS • DISPOSALLS Every woman si dreaming of owning one of these famous appliances. Moke your wife's dreams come true this Christmas. Choose from Cumberland's only complete line of Hotpoinr opplionces. 318 N. Centre St. floor 3.98 A full bodied boxt/ sweater o / rabbit's hair and wool. The round neck and Long sleeves makes it an (illiiinc /avoritc. Cuna blend of pure wool in a fabulous, hand fashioned boxy design with button front and push-up sleeves. 5.98 5.98 OTHER SWEATERS 2.98 to 10.98 Ours alone! NYLON SLIPONS 3.98 Cumberland

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