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· Nerthw»«t Arkamai TIMES, Men., Aug. 14, 1972 rAYlTTIVILLI, A R K A N S A S 'NEW YORK STOCKS own In i Prk*« Purnliti** ky A, O, Uwartft * Mil Ark Best Corp 2Hi ,,/yicun ...''. 22W 'Ainer Airlines 33 Amor Tel Tel ......... 4Hi ·.Anaconda 17M -Ark La Gas Z3K .Arrtlco 2Bi Baldwin x 3511 Boeing x 2M Campbell Soup 28H Cent S W 42% ;Chrysler 32'/i Comsat 57 W ''Del Monte 21% 'pla Shamrocl: 19W Milliards M 3m * Easco '.x 18% . A . G Edwards 2V, 'Emerson 91 ,Ford . C6H frontier Air 10V4 jl-'uqua Indus 21 'Oaf Corp 24 iGcn Motors T... 78W iGcorgla Pacific 3Q',i iGr West Kin 26V, fGulf Oil 23V4 ntl Bus Mach 425'/i Itiii tiarv ".'.'.". ...X"" 34 'Ct'T-E Imperial 44Vi fj C Penney 83 ·Kcrr McGee 561' jKais°r Alum 20V4 JLcvi Slrauss x- · 50?4 »Ling Tcmco Vought 12?l ?Marcor ,-- 24T VPan Am World Air 14 ^Phillips Petro 32W JRalston 35'/i ^Reynolds Melals 16 W JSafeway K 37 jSt Eegis Paper ....;. a .... 41V1 RSears 112'A JServomalion , 27% · Shakespeare 13Vi {Singer n 83W JSou Pacific 46'/4 fSperry Rand ,, 45W JStd Cal 64V4 {Std Jersey 785s jTexaco 33'A ·Tri Slate Motors B ... 8Va JUnion Carbide Wt |UMC Corp a .... 22« JUniled Air 39}« JTJ S Sleel 28Y4 IVIctor 20% JWestinghouse 46'/4 JWhiltakcr , 8% Weslvaco '...; 22 Ark West Gas 11«-12W Cilalion 3Vi-3Vi Gen Growth 25-26 Gen Resources 13V$-13y» Kearney National .... 8VS-8W : Minute Man 3%-4'/ (Orig Coney Island .... 5M-5% ^Pioneer Foods . 7W-7W {·Pizza Hut 29VS-30 fH K Porter 24W-25V4 Charges Will Be Filed in incident SPRINGDALE -- Charges of Icstroying private properly and issaull and battery were to be lied today by the Springdale :ily attorney against Jerry iranch, age and address mknown. The charges slcm from nn jicident involving Branch's nfanl child which he left at he home of Mrs. Minnie Sue Jopcr against her wishes of. \ug. 5. Mrs. Roper lold police Branch orced his way into her apartment when he returned for the hild a week later. According lo Mrs. Nora Overon, owner of the apartment vhcre Mrs. Roper lives, Branch ame to Mrs. Roper's aparl- ment and asked her lo keep is baby while he made a trip o California. Mrs. Roper lold im she could not lake care f Ihe child due lo 111 health, ut he left the child on Ihe wrch and drove o f f . Saturday aflernoon, Mrs. Overlon lold police, Branch elurned lo pick up the child. Mrs. Roper locked the door and dvised him he owed her $80 or keeping the baby. The woman said Branch :icked a panel out of the door, nlocked it and look the baby, hovlng Mrs. Roper down and hrowlng $30 on the floor. 17%-17% 1«-2V4 jiPyson Foods *Wal-Mart Wilson Laurel Yellow Frt Averages Indus up 7.75 Trans E up .93 TJtils up .03 Volume T.... 5,230,000 Texas Educator To Assist Dr. Mullins Dr. Charles L. Ainsworth, assistant dean of the Graduate School at Texas Tech University and professor · of education, goes this momii to the University of Arkansas where he will spend Ihe academic year working in the office of President David W, Mullins. He is one of two Texas Tech University faculty members chosen as American Council on Educa lion F e l l o w s for the 197273 Academic Administration Internship Program. The Internship program was established in 1964 under a grant from the Ford Foundation. It i° designed to s t r e n g t h e n leadership i n American higher education by enlarging the number anc improving the qualifications of men and women available for key positions in academic ad ministration. Dr. Ainsworth will be ac companied to Arkansas by his wife, the former Peggy Price of Cove, Ark., and Iheir sons Price and Charles. The Ain sworihs will live in Leveretle G a r d e n s Apartments i n Fayetteville. Lincoln Horse Show To Be Held Sunday LINCOLN -- The secom annual open horse show will he held Sunday in the Lincoln Riding Club Arena. The show, sponsored by th Rounders Saddle Club of Fay clleville, will start at 11 a.m Show officials said the show i open to all persons owning an type or breed of horse and 3 classes are scheduled. Trophies will he awarded fo first through sixth place in eaci class. U.S. Savings Bonds wi also be awarded. The public if inviled anc there Is no admission fee. Pickup Stolen A 1962 Chevrolet pickup truck (he keys left in ft, was stoler «omeilme between JO p.m. Aug 12 and 10 a.m. Aug. 13, owner D, K. Jllian of Roule 6, Spring dale, reported to the sheriff'.' office Sunday. The truck, licensed BOS 738, wa.i stolen from a point six miles northeast of Springdale on (he Pleasure Heights Road, The vehicle wan unlocked. "HEROIN HOTLINE" (800) 368-5363 1* R*port Information M« Heroin Puihcn V NJ«r«0 AgcnH Chess Champion Will Defend Title In 1975 REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) -- The winner of the current vorld chess championship will lefend his title in 1975 under a new system forced on the International Chess Federation by Bobby Fischer. The match this year between ·^ischer and defending champion Boris Spassky can run a maximum of 24 games, with a vin counting one point, a draw lalf a point, the defending champion needing 12 points to retain his title and the chal- enger needing IZVi points to ake the crown. In the 1975 play Ihe first play er to reach six points will win he title and a draw will count or nothing. The challenger will be chosen over a three-year elimination leriod, with zonal tournaments his year, interzonals in 1973 and Ihe candidates round in 974 to pick Ihe challenger for he championship. Ten zone tournaments this .car will choose a tolal of 18 ilayers, with no more than hree to come from any zone. 'here will be two interzonal round robins, with the 18 players from the zones competing along with 16 stars. t Eight of the latter have been licked already by the international federation, or FIDE. Spassky postponed Ihe 14th ame in the current championship until Tuesday, saying he did not feel well. It was generally assumed that he had not recovered from Ihe maralhon 3lh game Thursday and Friday wich he lost in 74 moves over 9W hours of play. The score in the match is now 8-5, and most experts think Fischer is certain to win. imminraiiNiiininiiiiiiniiiniiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiuniiinniiiiiiii Funerals Rogers -- Jesse U. I.ane graveside serv-ites 2 p.m. Wed nesday; Rogers Cemetery. William L. Hall; 2 p.m. Wed nesday, in chapel of Nelson' Funeral Home; burial in Fair view Cemetery. Half A Loaf LAKE FOREST, Calif. (AP -- Rudy Vallee got half a loa and celebrated the opening o Rue de Vallee, a street in a new mobile home developmen in this Orange County commu nity. At the opening ceremone; Sunday, attended by about 40 fans, Vallee expressed contin ued disappointment at the Lo Angeles City Council. The council refused his re quest last year to have th small Hollywood Hilln strce leading to his home rename from Pyramid Place to Rue d Vallee. Clothes Removed A sports coat worth $115 an slacks worth $2(1 were remove Salurday afternoon from a ca parked in an alley in the 10 block of Block Street. .lame Fuller of 1010 Holly St. reportc to police. ^ _ on* F U N E R . A L H O M E J N C . JMf NOKWCOUEGJ HALL, WUflfcm L. -- Services Wednesday 3:00 p.m. Chaprl of N«lflon'» f u n e r a l Home. Father Ed Salmon o f f i c i a t i n g . Interment, F»lrvlew Memorial Garden*. Congress Looking For Best Way To Protect Consumers WASHINGTON (AP) -- Two ears alter a national panel oundcd nn alarm, Congress Is ill looking for the best way to elp rescue millions of Amerl- ans endangered by unsafe con- umcr products in their homes nd schools. While Hie concept of new fed- ral protection for consumers Is inning Increasing support on apltol Hill in light of a 1970 cport by the congressionally rcated National Commission n Product Safely, a dlspule ontlnucs over major organ aspects. Experts estimate 20 million mericnhs a year arc Injured y products In or around Iheir orries and schools, wilh 30.000 ealhs and 110,000 persons eing permanently disabled, he. annual cost lo the economy s figured at more than 55 bii on. "Despite the public's widely eld assumption that the fcdcr 1 government exercises broad uthorily in the interest of Iheir afcly," says Rep. Harley 0. laggcrs, chairman of Ihe ouse Commerce Committee, existing federal authority lo urb hazards in a majority of onsumer products is virtually onexislent." OBSTACLES The national commission re- orled that In agencies which ave some powers now, regu- ation Is "burdened by unneces- ary procedural obstacles, cir- umscribed investigative pow- rs, inadequate and ill-fitting anctions, bureaucratic lassi- ude, timid administration, bar- ain-basement budgets, dis- irled priorities and mis- irected technical resources.' Thus, the Staggers committee as responded wilh a bill, due o reach Ihe House for action oon, creating a new independ- nt regulalory commission with Toad power lo prevent or re- uce product-related deaths nd injuries. This would include citing mandatory safety stand- rds and banning products roth the marketplace. But the .Nixon administration s pressing for its own bill, vcs- Ing product-safety nulhorily under Ihe Food and Drug Administration within Ihe Health. Oducntlon and Welfare Depart- nent. The President's proposal vas turned down by the Stng- ,crs commitlce, but Rcpubll- :ans plan a floor fight on the ssue. NEUTRAL The 1971 slndy commission's report recommended the inde- lependent-regulalory-Hgency approach, and the Staggers com- nlttce agreed. Such an agency, Staggers said, would do the job 'with the cold neutrality thai the public has a righl lo expect." The legislation would cover 'any article which Is produced or dislributcd for sale lo or for he use, consumption or enjoyment of a consumer in or around a household or resi dencc, a school, .in recreation or otherwise." Specifically excluded from .his definition are food, cosmel- cs, motor vehicles, tobacco, pesticides, weapons and ammunition. The Senale has voted 69 lo 10 lo go Ihe independenl-agcncy roule bul to abolish FDA in the process. Conden Ties For Second Place Michael Conden of J'ayetle- ille tied for second place iri he North American Open Chess ''ournament held last week in ^tillwater, Okla. First place winners were Villiam Martz of Wisconsin and Sllfott Winslow of Missouri, ohn Dunning of Texas tied with Conden for the second place in he tournament featuring 91 layers. Players represented he United Stales, Canada and 'enczuela. A second Fayelleville man, 'aul Kuroda placed first in Ihe nraled section. The event was held on Ihe ampus of Oklahoma Slale University. To Taiwan Airman Homer E. Stinson, on of Mr. and Mrs. James R. itinson, Rt. 2, Hindsville, has graduated at Chanule AFB, 111., rom the U.S. Air Force jet engine mechanic course, and is leing assigned to Ching Chuan Cang AB, Taiwan, for duty with i unit of the Pacific Air Forces, icadquarlcrs for air operations n Southeast Asia, the Far Easl and the Pacific area. He at- ended Hunlsville High School. Reward Offered For Stolen Coins Return Billy Williams of Tontitown las offered a $25 reward for $18 in old coins stolen in a break-in at his home at. Hwy. 68 wesl and Hwy. 112 Salivday, sheriff's reporls said today. The thief, who tore off screen on the south edd of the house to gain entry, ignored more valuable items, Williams said. Cookie jars, a pantry and assorted drawers were ransacked by the intruder. The theft occurred sometime between 3:30 p.m. and 5:15 p.m. Williams estimated. · Girl Claims Man Assaulted Her Friday Night A 13-ycnr-old girl f r o m loulo 2, Prnlrlc Grove, was assaulted by her companion at about 7:30 p.m. Friday night 3n Wcdinglon Rood. Ihe victim's nolhcr told sheriff's deputies laturday afternoon. Report was made, to Ihe sheriff's office despite Ihe al- Hckcr's alleged threnl on her Ife if police were notified The victim gave this account of Ihc incident lo aulhorilies. She said she had been picked ip by the 22-ycarlold brother of a boy she dated, who said ie would lake her to Bella Vista o meel her boyfriend at work. The 22-year-old, of near Jncoln, turned onlo Wedinglon Road, . and apiiarenlly experienced car trouble. He began lo drink, then Ihe two slarted to walk down Ihe road lo summon help. At that Mlnl, the girl said he slapped ler, then raped her. Law officers were nol called into the case until 2 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Deputy Sheriff W. B. Colvard, who interviewed the victim, said the examining doctor confirmed that the girl had had sexual relations within the pnsl 24 hours. She also was bruised and scralched, the doctor said. Deputy Prosecutor Ron Me _ann said today that first degree rape charges would probably be filed against the man lale Ihis aflernoon or early Tuesday. Extradition Granted ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) -- A three-judge appeals court approved today a U.S. government request for the extradition of Augusle Joseph Ricord, accused of being one ol the world's leading heroin smugglers. , Ricord, 61, a Frenchman was expected to be flown t( New York this week to slant trial in federal district court on charges of conspiring to smuggle heroin into the Unitec States. Ricord, who owns a hole here and restaurants in Buenos Aires, was arresled in March 1971 at Ihe request of the U.S. government. Basic Completed Marine Pvt. John 0. Yates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Yates of 1007 Lowell Road Springdale, graduated from basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, Calif. Bicycle Stolen A Sears "free spirit" 10-speet bicycle, while frame with no fenders, was reported stolen Saturday al 9:45 a.m. from Rick Kanbach of 1207 Porter Rd. police said today. Two Kurt When Car Hits Cow ireenland Woman Dies, Leaving 26 Descendants Mrs. Dcsslc .Southern Caudle, ', of Greenland, died Saturday a Fayellcville hospital. Bora ept. 8, 189-1 at Winslow. the augli^cr of William S. and Ida ioorc Southern, she was a aptisl. Survivors are four sons, lermnn and Uclford of Wesl ork , and Edward and Ralph Winslow; seven daughters, Irs. Thclma Smilli, Mrs. ladys Davis, Mrs. Ruby e n t e r and Mrs. - Edith omlinson of Greenland, Mrs. rtildred Preston of Wclumka. kla., Mrs. Belly Carson of atsonville, Calif, and Mrs. ois Carson of Capitola, Calif.; vo brothers, Dewey Southern ! Fayetleville and Claude outhern of Greenland; five sters, Mrs. Susie Loflin and irs. Ora Smith of Fayetteville. irs. Flora Martin of Winslow. frs. Alba Harrison of Fort mith and Mrs. Fanny West of Vashington. D.C.; 01 grand- h i l d r e n and 5'1 greal- randchildren. Funeral service will be al 2 .m. Tuesday at Baptist Ford hurch wilh burial in Baplist 'ord Cemetery under direction f Moore's Chapel. The bori ill lie in slate f r o m 1:30 to p.m. at the church. A memorial fund hus been stablished with the Women's lissionary Union of the First Japlist Church of Greenland. Two members of a Route 2 Prairie Grove, family complained of injuries Saturday night after the car In which they were riding grazed a cow which stepped in front of their vehicle., Injured slightly in the mishap two and a half miles north of Prairie Grove on Viney Grove Road were Betty Yancey, 43. and Karen Yancey, 8. Bill B. Yancey, 38, driver of Ihe car, told Deputy Sheriff Jim Ferguson lhat a black cow ran from the brush into the path of his car as he drove south on the road. He said he swerved to the left to avoid hitting Ihe cow but failed. Also in Ihe car were Marsha Traylor, 17, of Prairie Grove, and Bill Yancey Jr., 19. No hospital treatment was required. Regional Meeting The American College o Physicians (ACP) will sponso a regional meeting for Oklahoma and Arkansas Oct. 6 7 at Shangri La Lodge, Monkey Island, Grove, Okla. T h e . . two-day scientific sessions for specialists in in ternal medicine is one of 45 meetings sponsored during th 1972-73 academic year. Rober M. Bird, M.D. Oklahoma Cily Okla., is ACP governor for Oklahoma. Contract Awarded WASHINGTON (AP) - Thi General Services Adminis tration has awarded a $195,840 contract to Mohawk Rubber Co in Helena, Ark., for the manu facture of automobile tires, the office of Sen. John L McClellan, D-Ark., announcer today. The contract runs for a one year period, ending Oct. 31 1973. "You can't teach an old dog new tricks" is a familiar saying, and it often applies to people as well as to members of the canine set. Not at our firm, however. We use the years to full advantage ... always seeking, always learning, always accepting new ways of helping when we're sure they are better ways of helping. \on FUNERAL HOME, INC. iDUANEB. NELSON, PRESIDENT SERVING FAYETTEVILLE, SPR1NGOAL6 AND THE TWIN CITIES AREA. Obituary ogcrs Memorial Hospital, Born IM-ll 15. 190:1 ill Frimklin, Pa., e was u Btiptlsl. Survivors arc the widow. Mrs. lelen Mnrlc I'hlpps of the ome; a son, Ctmrlcs of Scoll- dale. Ari/.; a daiighlcr, Mrs. \lborta Stui'key of Cliiivlolle, vi.C,, and seven grandchildren. The body will lie in sttili- at lurns Funeral Home Tuesday i'om 3 lo 9 p.m. Funural scr- 'Ice will be Friday al H u f f Mortuary in Franklin. P".. with mrial in Franklin Cemetery. OSCAR IIAMMONTRKK Prairie Grove -- Oscar Doney lammonlrcc, 71, of Wtchila, Kan. died in Wichita, Aug. 11. Born Dec. 21, 1S01 al Far- minglon, Ihe son of Doney Slwood and Molly Sprndliti lammonlrec he was a retired electrician. Survivors arc Ihe widow. Mrs. Viola Pallen Hammonlree ol he home; one daughter, Joan Vhltehouse of Wichita; a irother, George of Phoenix \riz.; Iwo sisters. Miss May Hammonlree of Fayetleville and Mrs. Cleo Taylor o Bainbridge Island. Wash, and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be a 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at t h e uginbuel Funeral Home Chape n Prairie Grove with burial ii Cemetery Hill near Farminglon MRS. GERTRUDE BLEVINS Mrs. Gertrude E. Blevins, -VI. f Fayetleville, died Saturday t her home. Born June 26. 1921 t Yates Center, Kan., the laughter of Curtis E. and 'ranees Reynard Williams Sr. he was a member of the Christian Church. Survivors are the husband irchie J. Blevins of the home hree sons, Richard J. of Gass City, Kan.. William E. ^leodesha, Kan. and Thomas R r Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; two laughters, Mrs. Patricia L isemore of Fayetteville and drs. .Carolyn L. Bundrick o Bentonville; one brother, Curtis Villiams Jr. of Great Bend Can.; one sister, Mrs. Marj Jrb of Bazine, Karl.; her par nts of Eureka, Kan. and fou grandchildren. Graveside services will be a p.m. Tuesday at the Toronto an. cemetery under direction if Moore's Chapel. ROBERT T. COWDEN Siloam Springs -- Robert T lowden, 88, of Gentry, die laturday in the Siloam Spring lospital. Born July 6, 1884 it 3enton County, he was a retire' armer and a Baptist. Survivors are one son. Henry if Tulsa; three daughters, Mr? -aRue Walker and Mrs Margaret Shields of Gentry am VIrs. Sybil Long of Highfill; on sister, Mrs. Delia Evans o Arkansas City, Kan.; eigh irandchildren and 10 great irandchildren. Funeral and burial were thi morning. A. B. PHH'PS Rogers -- Albert Burlo h i p p s , 69, a .Roger Hisinessman, died Sunday a MRS. BESSIE H A G G A R D Gravelle -- Mrs. Bessii Haggard, 66, of Siloam Springs died Friday in the Siloam Springs hospital, Born Feb. 28 1306 at Watts, Okla.. she wa a Baptist. Survivors are the husband A.V. Haggard of the home .hree sons, Clifford of Siloan Springs, Lee of Tulsa and Iva of Bentonville, seven daughters Mrs. Ester Gailey of Cosl Vlesa, Calif.; Mrs. Belly Rakes Mrs. Joyce Couch and Mrs Elizabeth Smith of Bentonville Mrs. Alberta Smith and Mrb Lavon Patton of Decalur an Mrs. Geraldine Crawford Fort Smith; two brothers, Clin Willis of Siloam Springs an Dorance Willis of Neosho, Mo five sisters, Mrs. Toy Simpso o f Siloam Springs. Mrs Elizabeth Noble of Portland Ore. and Mrs. Everett Adams Mrs. Bertha Gravatt and Mr. Jess Hudson of Kansas City 4t grandchildren and four grea grandchildren. Funeral service will be a 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Firs Baptist Church of Gravelle wit burial in Bell Cemetery unde direction of Pyeatte Funer? Service, Gravetle. Siudent Drivers Run Into Walls At Springdale S P I U N O D A L H - Two sludcnt rivers run Into buildings hero a t u r d ii y , one extensively amiigiilB l l i c ' brick wall of a MISC. Umhi Faye Collins, IS, f 1010 S. W. End SI,, was L'lving tlic family car north on .W. Kiul Street when she at- cmiilod a left turn onto Prince- on Avenue. According to polica cporls, her father, Clarence L. Jollins, 35, saw she was making le lurn too widely and yelled t her, frightening her. lie hit whal lie thought .was he brake, bul was apparently VHS the accelerator, causing the ar lo jump the curb, lear brough a section of chainlink ence and strike the home of \rd Fence, 1600 S. W. End Damage was estimated at ,1500. Miss Collins was ciled or failure lo maintain control jf a motor vehicle and driving vithoul a license. . In Ihe other incident, Dwignt Robinson, 13, of 701 E. Hunts- ille, driving a borrowed vehicle, ran into a wall of the jffice and warehouse of Harps GA Foodliner, on Hwy. VI south, causing an estimated $10D damage lo the building. .Tho mother of the driver Was in t ha car at the time of the accident. A-S .T. K.I 1 . -0 H NS KI.IXC KNT F, R (A Solution In livery Problem) 609 K. IlniiRli.s I'mlrln f i r o v e , Arlinnssis Across l-'rom RaNleFlPtrl Turk BENNY E. BEALS Counselor Phone: 81S 211.1 YOU COULD MAKE . A-FORTUNE It's a good bet if someone handed you a ten or twenty dollar bill right at this point, you could and would discover just enough space in that overstuffed purse for your new-found fortune! And the acquisition of an extra Urn or twenty (or more!) may not be unlikely cither. The Classified section of Trto Times is Ire key to that possibility! Here's DII example of some of Ihe. things we advertise and sell: OLD Ornale Oak EccreUry. ivnrd- robe am] dL-sk chair. Rclmishcd cradle and m l n l a l u r o relrlswalcir. Sonic antiques and several collector plates. Phone 521-xxxx alter 5. Look around your home lo-' day ... if it's anything like; your purse, you surely can. pick out those items thaf secm lo he taking up-undue space and the rest is simple. Just call a friendly Ad-\'isor at The Times and place your ad today. Then start looking tor enough room in your purse lo hold the cash you'll receive for those items! Phone 442-6242 and ask for Classified. ^ Competent, Trustworthy, Personal · Modern Equipment · Competitive Prices Insist on "The Professionals" HELMUTH MOVING STORAGE, INC. PHONE 4!3-5210 NIGHT -113-1912 How much is a doll worth? Dime .stores sell them for $2.23. But yon know the doll is worth n lot morn lo her than t h a t ))ccnu«e il meets a need. A need for Romcttiinff Hho'cari call "mine." A need for something x!io can t a l k to nnd love in the jttrnnKG find w o n d e r f u l m i n i - worlil of cliilrlliood. AKR will ch.inKR her nmlK. Tim doll will Hive wjiy to hi«h heels, college course*, ;i church wedding. You'll wiinl those needs met, too, won't you? With a properly drawn you can be sum they will bo nicl. Talk lo y o u r iillonicv and your bank's trust officer. They'll explain how a t r u s t ciin provide for li«r, whatever linr f u t u r e noodn may be. You'll fed a lot bolter nbout n lot of thin^M. M O R T O N C O M P A N Y . I N C P L A N S A N D P R O M 5 n A n i N n r - n o o R A M s ' n t ruirxaiiE ioi 111.41m

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