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Death Notices 5! -- Jam* William, iptrtmeat house owner euuuger, o! 639 Pacific ., died Monday. Surviving *U fitter, Mrs. Bemie M. Jones. JS«fvice Thursday, 11 aja, Son Mortuary. Co., of 233 E. Willow St., died Alice Monday. Surviv-^ are wife, Minnie; son, Leonard; broth- Thursday, ft *.m., both in St er, Arthur. S e r v i c e today, 11:30 a.m., Dilday Familycrans Mortuary in charge. Funeral Directors. MEADOW*- Catherine T., of 133 E. 35th St. died ·.'Surviving were sons, photographer, of 417 Seaside -- * m..j -ii ...j k* n _j_.. (?.._.:.. Blvd., died Monday. Surviv ing are sons, Robert, Edwin; j-jiftnfciy" Mrs."Dorothy Smith" daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Keith, 0 tf n, Douglas: daughters, Ruth Seelau. who died Jane Ridenour, sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Chase. Service Fri day, 9:30 a.m., Patterson Snively Mortuary. Military tMttthew's Church! Sheelar's service Friday, 1:15 p.m., Fort ·Mrs. Virginia Drew, Mrs. Eve- ilyrt Crabtree. Rosary Thurs- iday, 7-30 p.m.. Requiem Mass jFriday. 9:30 a.m., both in St. ·_Mortuary in charge. *' SEELAU--Ruth C., 64, of Ij35 E. 35th St., died Monday. Rosecraris National Cemetery, San Diego. ·Surviving are brothers, John 35 Atlantic Ave., died Mon- ,nd -Douglas Meadows; sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Mrs. day. Surviving is sister, Mrs. Ida Miller. Private service ^Virginia Drew, Mrs. Evelyn Thursday, Patterson Snively Mortuary. HARSHA -- Milton G., 88, was agent 40 years for Southern Pacific RR, of 2580 Elm Ave., died Monday. Surviving FERRY --Elmer P., 68, of are so ". Lawrence; daughter, ·trttbtree. Rosary Thursday, '.1:30 p.m. Requiem Mass Fri- 'day, 9:30 a.m., both in St .Matthew's Church. Sheelar*s '"Mortuary in charge. .4535 Walnut Ave., died Mon- )iay. Surviving are son, Jerry; ·daughters, Mrs. Marguerite Mrs. Ruth Shultz. Emmett; sister,- Ver- Ferry. Rosary Thurs- 8 p.m., Sheelar's Mortu- Requiem Mass, Friday, St. Barnabas Church. ; GRANT--Albert L., 44, of -2297 E. Pacific Coast Highway, Signal Hill, died Monday. .Surviving are wife, Donna L.; 'mother, Mrs. Mae Lawrence; sister, Mrs. Catherine Dohlin. ;Service Friday, 1:45 p.m., Fort 'Rosecrans National Cemetery, ·San Diego. Sheelar's Mortuary hi charge. DAWSON -- John C., padrmutuel clerk for Los Angeles Turf Club, of 2701 Tu- lijne Ave., died Sunday. Sur- 'vivrng are wife, Gail L., djaughters, Mrs. Doris A Nel- 'son. · Mrs. Patricia J. Myers; Brewer, Wheaton; sister, Mrs. Blanche M. Duncan. Service Bayou Ave., died Monday. today, 11 a.m., Forest Lawn, Cypress. '- PHILLIPS -- Edna M., 80, Of 5739 Tilbury Ave., Lake- ·|wood, died Monday. Surviv- 'ing -are daughter, Mrs. Ruth Finch; sister, Addie Turbett. Graveside service today, 1 'p.m., Rose Hills Memorial Funeral Directors in charge. BLAUt -- Edward C., 71, retired foreman of Mutic Tile end, Mrs. Laura Pau!, Mrs RIDENOUR--Baxter F, 68, BAUDER -- George, 88, of MILLER--Vena Estelle, 92, formerly of 3125 E. Seventh St., died Sunday. Service Thursday, 1 p.m.. Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier. Mottell's Mortuary in charge. Mrs. Jean Meloy. Service in Hutchinson, Kans. Patterson Sunday. Surviving are sons, Snively in charge here. MOBERG -- Gwinevere P., 45, of 5426 Pimenta Ave., Lakewood, died Monday. Surviving are husband. Arthur, sons, Arthur R. Ill, Glenn E.; daughter, Joy Ann; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heller; Thursday, 2 p.m., Dilday Family Funeral Directors. MAYO -- Clifford B., 55, analyst 31 years with Worsham Associates, of 3142 Petaluma Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, Maxine; son, Ronald; daughter, Marilyn Mayo. Service Thursday, 3 p.m., Cathedral Chapel, Sun- SEARTNG (Bellflower) -Pauline May, 36, of 14948 W. Jr.; sons, Scott W. Ill, Anthony C.; mother, Mrs. Lucille Anthony; grandmother, Mrs. Pauline Whitmore; brother, Dick E. Service Thursday, 11 a.m., White's Funeral Home. BARBOT (Norwalk) -- Jo . . seph M., 84, of 10929 Hopland Jack stutz Service today, TariVWhittier. Dilday Family St., died Tuesday. Surviving 3:30 p.m., Sunnyside Memorial Chapel. Sunnyside Mortuary in charge. are sons, Peter, Louis, Noe; daughters, Mrs. Cecite Sen*- night, Landers. Roury to 8:45, Requiem Mass John of God Church. Rose- MINTZER (Anahelr.)--Har ry, 58, of 10941 Endrey St, died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, Mildred. Rosary tonight, 7:30, Peek Family Colonial Funeral Home, Westminster. Johnson administration views as excellent its chances of winning congressional approval this year of its second cabinet-level department It sees no major opposition developing to the idea. If a Department of Transportation is created as re- Requiem Mass Thursday, 9 quested. It would be the first ^ J * IVI.M.K ·:.»*.» T?m«*A \17a01tiMn_ a.m., St. J u s t i n M a r t y r Church. HOUX--Louise Smiley, 79, formerly of 274 Bennett Ave., died Sunday. Surviving is daughter, Mrs. Frances T. Innis. Service Saturday, 11 a.m., Mottell's Mortuary. SHOOK--Olive M., 82, of 5533 Long Beach Blvd., died Wyatt B., William, Maynard E., Thomas E. Memorial service today, 10 a.m., North Long Beach Methodist Church. Rose Hills Mortuary in charge. time since George Washington was President that more than one cabinet-level office was established during a single administration. The Department of Housing and Urban Development was approved by Congress last year. * * * * ONLY FOUR other cabinet- level departments came into being in this century--the Department of Health, Education and Welfare in 1953, the Defense Department in 1947, \ Labor Department in 1913 and the Commerce Department in 1903. Only minor opposition in the following areas is anticipated by the administration to its transportation plan: --From the railroads who best'spot'for Vhis'functlon." might object to transfer of the safety functions of the Inter- FISHER (Westminster) John H., 53, of 13782 Hoover St., died Monday. Surviving THE PLAN wouldn't alter the regulatory functions of for fear of possible new pres- the i cc , the C AB or the Man- state Commerce Commission brother, Jace Mabrey. Service are wife, Eunice M.; daugh- sure from labor through the new department to hire more Mrs. Mrs. Beverly Dolores Cass. Brown, Service employes. --From Thursday, 3 p.m., Peek Family Colonial Funeral Home. might object to shifting the or in rate cases where trans- Federal Aviation Agency from independent status. BRADLEY (Norwalk) -Donald W., 29, mechanic, of 14621 Dumont St., died Monday. Surviving are wife, Agnes; sons, David, Darrell; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood might view the new department as too great a concentration of power. The administration this latter argument as Invalid nyside Memorial Park. Dilday Bradley; sister, Mrs. Myrtle Family Funeral Directors in K idd. Service in Columbus, char i e - Ga. Rosecrans Mortuary in because officials feel the ment would be to coordinate Ga. Rosecrans charge here. REED (Downey)--Nelle, 78, of 12836 Downey Ave., died Surviving are husband, Scott Monday. Surviving are husband, Ike; sons, John, Francis, Donald; sister, Mrs. Kathryn Webb. Service tonight, 7:30, Rosecrans Mortuary. ROSENBERG--Ida B., 91, of 800 E. Ocean Blvd., died Monday. Surviving is nephew, WE PROTECT YOU KRYSKA (Notwalk)-- Leonard S., 62, of 15633 Elmcroft Ave., died Sunday. Surviving are son, Leonard S, Jr.; daugh- Mrs. Dolores Liebrecht; brothers, Alex, Theodore, Donald; sisters, Mrs. Stella Dreffs, Mrs. Helen Koby. Rosary tonight, 8, Norwalk Mortuary. a.m., St. John of God Church. JUDGE (Downey-Walter |J., 62, of 1151 S. Steele St., died Sunday. Surviving are w i f e , Blanche; daughters, Jane Judge, Mrs. Mary Ann Hamtiel. Service in Denver. Norwalk Mortuary in charge here. FROM EMOTIONAL OVERSPENDING CONRAD--Henry Wiiliam, 78, of 1538 Cedar Ave., died Monday. Surviving are wife, Frances; stepdaughter, Mrs. R. Droge. Service Pearl today, 1:30 p.m., Memorial Chapel. Sunnyside Mortuary in charge. Sunnyside AYRES--Arthur H., 67, retired Douglas Aircraft work- |er, of 215 Barclay St., died Monday. Surviving are wife, Lorena; sister, Mrs. Carrie Opliger. Service Thursday, 2 p.m., Neel Funeral Directors, Compton. SENSIBLE PRICES · COMMUNITY CONVENIENCE Fire Victim's Body Found After Month LOS ANGELES UB--Police said a wrecking crew razing la house that burned a month jago uncovered the body of a I man who apparently died in the fire. Transport Dept. OK Seen Certain WASHINGTON -- The funds from construction roads and bridges already is pan of federal law. As envisioned by the President, the new department would include the office of the undersecretary of commerce for transportation; the Bureau of Public Roads and its federal aid highway program; the FAA; the Coast Guard, which would be moved from the T r e a s u r y Department but would still operate as part of the Navy in time of war, the Maritime Administration; the safety functions of the Civil Aeronautics Board and the Interstate Commerce Commission: the car-service functions of the ICC; the Great Lakes Pilotage Administration; the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp.; the Alaska Railroad and some transportation-related activities of other President already has all the power that the proposed secretary of transportation would lave under the new department. * * * * LITTLE, IF any, opposition is expected from highway in- :erests although they undoubt- tions of the department. A prohibition against diverting any highway trust Commerce Committee. tun., *·*. ur. 14 MM irts 00 The federal mass-transit program, however, would remain at least for the present as part of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The secretaries of housing and transportation would recommend within a year the time Commission. But the proposed department might become deeply involved in such the airlines who matters as railroad mergers portation policy is a factor. In these cases, the depart--From some critics who ment would present the results of its studies to the proper regulatory agency but wouldn't have power to die- views tate a decision. Main purpose of the depart- existing transportation pro;rams, improve safety, promote research and develop a coordinated national transportation policy. A similar suggestion was advanced in 1936 by a special Senate committee, in 1949 the Hoover Commission task force LONG BEACH BAR ASSN. will halD you gtt · lawvtr If you nttd or*. 115 Pint, Room 512 Travel edly will want some addition recommended a Department assurance that the highway of Transportation and In 1961 trust fund won't be invaded to such an idea was advanced by finance other proposed func- then President Dwight D. Eis enhower and by a special study group of the Senate State Disability-Tax Refund for 247,571 SACRAMENTO -- Approximately 247,571 Californians who applied for refunds on disability insurance deduc- :ions from their paychecks checks for disability insur last year have been repaid Requiem Mass Thursday, 9:30 $5.1 million, the State Employment Department said Tuesday. The department said that Honda Cycle Price-Fixing Is Charged WASHINGTON (UPI)--The Justice D e p a r t m e n t announced that a federal grand jury indicted a corporation, a trade association and six persons Tuesday on charges of conspiring to fix prices for Honda motorcycles and parts in the Los Angeles area. Nearly all Honda dealers in the area were named as coconspirators but not as defendants in the indictment returned in Los Angeles. It charged that the Honda Dealers Association of South' ern California has been used by its members as a vehicle for fixing prices. * * * * AS A result of the conspir- *u A _*~ n * ~ -A Swislde Blvd. acy, the department said,.seaside Blvd. completion among Honda ] dealers has been suppressed and customers had been de- persons working for two or more employers last year may have had too much deducted from their pay ance premiums. The department makes refunds for deductions in excess of those required by law. Under any circumstances, a department spokesman said, a person who had more than $81.40 deducted from his pay for disability i n s u r a n c e should apply for a refund. The overpayments w e r e the result of a change in the law last year in which the taxable wage base was boosted Aug. 1 and the disability insurance tax rate also went up slightly. Building Permits Thlt month. SMIS^Ta. Thi year, S1M55.IU. Mrs. L. Lonev. alteration, 1955 park ve., 1900; George E. Gibson sons, con- actor. Lono Beach Jewish Community Federa lion, addition and alteration, 2601 Grand Ave., S100.000; William J. O'Brlan Jr., INDEX OF MAJOR CLASSIFICATIONS MMIMItNIITI M-I! [MniTHIIT IMII IUL U IIHIT M MIRtHMIItl IMI ·EITUt III!! ·Ill IITtTI Ut-IM IMTI I TMIlin ..IM-IMF ·UTOt t TnHMrtillii Ill-Ill For the Protection of Our Readert end Advertisers Tha IndBDtndant. Prt»-Ttl*- orcm nevtr knowlnolv DUMlwm truthful, fraudulent or mulaaov Ing. clcMM " wm k« tdmlniM from ntwsMpar. Wf InvHt you 10 rwort auch violations H «H Better Butlntn BurtM), 131 Plna Awwt, Sulla C. Lone Baacti. INDEPENDENT. PRESS-TELES RAM GE 4-1506. Dlr. AO # FLY # EL CAPITAN CASINO WALKER LAKE HAWTHORNE, NEVADA $ 10* EVERY DAY DINNER, COCKTAILS 3). CHAMPAGNE EVROUTE7 USbvENIR CHAMPAGNE GLASS, L I M 0 SERVICE, LOUNGE ENTERTAIN- MEN KEHO r -_BINGQ.-.!l CRAPS -- SLOTS ASK ABOUT OUR V Ltdics Nit«, Stag Nitei DAILY FLIGHTS Mon. thru Fri. «:1S p.m. Special Flltes Sat. depart 1:30 a.m., A p.m. Additional WMkend Final t, I p.m. Sun. dapart 10:30 a.m. Additional WMfcend Filial FOR RES. 4 BROCHURE Long beach HA 1-9351 Burbank VI 9-5568 ·Tax No jaaaage on _Touri__ To or from GOING BACK EA5TT _ CALL JIM. GA 3-44tS hintral Noticts 1 MS RAMS--Monta M. Belovad hui- band of Peggv Abrami; loving father of Gloria Mariana Greenfield and Linda Tanya Abrarm; dear brother of Isaac and Harry Abrams, Gertrude Wolfion, Berdla Maler, Helen t mwiberg and Either Abrams. AIM torvlvad bv 2 grandchildren. Service Wednesday, 5:00 p.m., at trie Horn* Of Paaca Mausoleum Chap*. Masonic service by Ionic Lodoa F. and A.M. Family raqutsts contributions to thVCItV oTHopt. GROMAH MOR* TUAR^ diractort. San Antonio Dr. Survived by son. Wade B. and lister, MJsi Wlnnl* Bucklln. Strvlca Thursday, 1:00 PATTERSON SNIVELY 555 Locust Ava. Funeral Notices Dorado Dr.. S3.300. Tulane .. . Joe N. Bovles, Avs., K.750. Thums Lono Beach Co.. hydraulic lift fluid svstoni, J-1 Drill site. Port of Long Beach, S95.100. Peter A. Hooenson, trlolex, 10 d2nd PI., £34,000; H. M. Richardson, contractor; $4,000; H. M. Richardson contractor. C. Roeoke, adojtlon. 5605 Flaostone St., City of Long Beach, demolition, 241 E. ' ~" ' 55.300: drmolition, U1 E. $11,500; Waller E. Hesve, _... _. Daniel, addition, 3064 Palo Verde Ave.. 114,880. prived of the chance to buy i (Ji i v c u \ji lilt, i^unijvjt tj uujr David Levias. 64. of Santa| Hondas at cornpe titive prices. Monica a p p a r e n t l y had The indictment said retail crawled underneath the house sales for Hondas in the area Ave., $700; Ga» Heat Control Co., on the body was uncovered by a skiploader Monday. FUNERALS COMPLETE rstutuuitrr iHrmnrtal Mortuary ---- Cemetery fytrvfUnf ToftMtr In OH t»aj»ffil fl«« 14MI BEACH BLVD., WESTMINSTER 77-- TWInomks 3-2421-- JEffertxm l-i;2J to sleep and was suffocated, |in 1964 amounted to about officers said. The house. m\$ 75 m iiij on . The maximum penalty o n , conviction would be a $50,000 fine and a year in prison for each individual and $50 fines for the organizations. Named as defendants were American Honda Motor Co. of Gardena, Calif.; its third vice president, Kiyohiko iokumoto, and ! ts former sales Ave., 52,700; Artc tracror. James Gray, fireplace, 361 Llnam Ava. S3 SOO; Larry Jahn*. contractor Mrs. Slide Scnofter, demolition, 2000 , Apo'ctcm St., MOO; James H. Walker, cor. tractor. Cataract Operation for De Gaulle Denned PARIS (UPI) -- Presiden Charles de Gaulle will under go an operation later this month to remove cataracts on his eyes, me mass circulation tabloid Paris-Jour said Tues 'manager. John C. McCor-'day. imack; Honda Dealers Associ-j Officials at De Gaulle's iation of Southern Califomia;!E!ysee Palace headquarters jits president. William Kruse; denied the story and said no :its vice president, Stephen A. operation was planned. The ;Fordyc«, and two former of- newspaper recalled De Gaull 1 fleers, Paul J. Collins and had a cataract operation on Icnarles E^chott Iboth eyes in 1951. DILDAY FAMILY Funeral Directors Pacific Aw. a* AMtwIn St AGUTTER-Ada, Mlu. 1133 Pine Ava. Sarvlce Saturday 10 a.m. DHday Chatwl. BLAIR-Edward C., 233 E Willow Service Wednesday 11:30 a.m. Dildav Chap*. DOWDY--Mary. ISM W. Cameron. Servlca will ba an- nounted, HINDMAN-Jean, 114| E. 2nd. MAYO--Clifford B., 3142 Pa*e- lUTia Av*. Service Thuridav 3 o m , Cathedral Chaoel Sun- nyiide Memorial ParK. MAYSON -- Nellie K.. 4200 -a Rd. Sarvica Wedn Vlrolni Memorial MOBERG--Gwln NELSON -- Wf'llo-n H., U.S.N , ot National Citv Strvlca and inttrmtnt National City, Calif. NORRIS -- Jama* E.. U.S.N. Service will b« announced. PADDOCK -- Frances, 110 N. Mountain, Monrovia. Sarvlce a"d IMerwfnt Kawftf Ctfy, Mltsourl. PHILLIPS--Edra M., 573f Tll- Dury, Lakvwood. Graveiida s^rvka Weonndav 1:00 p.m. Rota Hlllt Memorial Park. Dlldav i WMnexuv inmonv'i CahV TuMpu iN -- Lj-iy '.., 3715 Sfirrn Av*. S*?rvva Wednesday, I D.m. Ditday Chap*). OILDAY HOWER SHOP HE l-t:tl ar41*-t024 - WMIUm Imaal. iarvlu 9^^^*UMrTcl±i ' MOM within FERRY EI-AICS MORTUARY _t»n Long Mach_»lv«. _ GRANT-- Alb«dL. tl*7 r. Pacific Coaii HiohwaVf Manal HUI Gravttlda tarvlcai Ft\- cUv. 1 S p.m. Ft. Rotacian* National Camatcrv S*n Olevo SHEELAR MORTUARY _ t«5J LONG _I.CACN_(Lyp. _ JAMEZ-- D.«nn» J«n* Ot «M Loma VIM« Dr. c.-availM Mivla Wtdrmdav, 10 1C a.m. All Soul'! Catnttary. SHEELAR'S MORTUARY ____ mi_LoiML8McH Blvd. _ M»«dowi -- Ctthtrin* T. l» E. 35W St. Rowrv Thurvlay. 7:jO nm. Mau of Rtqvltm 9:30 a.m. Both In St. Marlhewj Church. SHEELAR'S MORTUARY _l«7 LONG BEACH BLVD. __ MORTENSON--Jolin.~oV43?~E.' 45th St. Survived bv wlfa. Ida $.: soni, Htftwrt and Cherln; dauohtari, Mrf. Elda Larion a«J Mri. Betty Erlckion.- I Drotntr and 3 intera Sweden. Servlca Wednesday. D m. Immaninti Luthtran Family rr- r In 1 Ch . hurch. 345 uMts c o n t r u o n i o m Lthtra ctwrth Mtmorlal . anon amly - Mts contrlbutloni to Immanutl Fund. ni t d iV""" 1 iwtmonai njoo. PATTERSON SNIVELY __ _ 555 Locust Ave. ROGERS--James William, aoe If". of 43* Pacific Ave. Survived bv sljler, Mrs. Bernle M. Jones; nlec*, Mrs. Mildred H. Herbert. Servlca Thursday, 11:00 a m . _HOLTON *_SON_CHAPEL. _ ROSENBERG--Ida B.. tl, I00~if. Ocaan Blvd. DM Monday. Sur- vlvad by nephew. Jack Stuti. Servie* Wednesday, 3:30 D.m., Sun- ny»ldo Memorial Chapel. SUNNY- SlDf=_ MORTUARY In charoe. SEARIMG-P.ultnt May," iD e Mi Of 14941 Bavou. Bell/tower. Sur- vlvtd by husband, Scott W. Sear- Infl. Jr.; MM, Scott W. Ill and Anthony C.; mothtr, Mr*. Lucille Anthony; grandmother, Mrs. Pau Una Wnitmort; brother, Dick E. Anthony. Sarvlca Thursday, 11:00 a.m.. rom WHITE'S FUNERAL HOME, BELLFLOWER. __ SEELAU--Ruth C. of 135 E. 35th St. Rotary Thun- dav, 7:30 D.m. Mais of Reaulem 9:30 a.m. Both In St. Matthews C SHEELAR'S MORTUARY _1«?_LONG BEACH BLVD._ WISH.WAN--John Conrad, late 'of DeLores, Torranc*. BeFoved .. , Servlco Friday, 1:30 D.m. Utter-McKlnlev, 1301 E. Palmar, Compton. FOREST LAWN MORTUARY One Amngtmcnt for Undtrfiting and C«m»l«ry 4471 Lincoln Aw. 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Grovesida service Wadnasday 10-00 a m WMtmlnirf"- Wp- moriaJ Park dlractad bv Mot- tail's Mortuary. MOODY -- Richard Frtdtrlch Sarvlco Wabnasday 11:00 a.m. Mott«U'k Chaoal. THOMPSON -- Ganell. Sarvlct Wadneiday 12:30 p.m. Mottell'* Chao*!. BOYLAN - Lawrence Edwa-d. Crav*sda servic* «V«Jn»nd*v 1.00 p.n,. Harbor Rest Ma- morlaT Park directed by Mot- teil's ,V.orT^a-.. SELWOOO -- Ruiieil Ettw*fd Service Wtdrt«day 2:00 p.m. Mofltll's Chwwi. WOODS -- Harry A. Sarvlca wadnasdav 3:30 p.m. Mottaii'i Chaoel. FREW -- Marv Ailca, Sarvlc* wilt t» h«rtd at Svt FmnrUro. California. L o c a l arrangement* by Moil's Mortuary. MILLER - Vena EftWIr. for- mar.y o* 3125 E 7th. Grav»- sld« servlca Thurtdav 1:00 o m Rota HiiH Memorial Park diracted DV Motwrs Movtus"* --o~ HOUX - Low* Smiley, for- mtriy of 274 Bermtri. iurvivjl by dauoMer, Mn Frances T a.m Mott«ii'% Chaoet ia/EI$HHUTTER~1d». will ba announcatf. SUKftt LUNCHtS ft CMMNIRS IRAO'S RtSTAUHANTS I MO PACIFIC AVE. LI. 3*00 ATLANTIC AVE. LI. 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