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PAGE FOUR THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE COUR1EH NEWS CO H. W. HA1NE5, Publisher HARRY A. HAINES. Assistant Publisher A. A, PREDRJCKSON. Bdilor PAUL D. HUMAN Advertising Manager Sole National Advertising Representatives: Wallace Wltmer Co., New vork, Chicago. 1 Detroit. Atlanta, Memphis. Entered as second claw matter at the post- office at Blythevlile, Arkansas, under act of Contress, October 9, 1917. Member of The Associated Press SUBSCRIPTION HATES: By carrier In the city of niythcville or any suburban town where carrier service Is maintained, 25c per week By mail, within a radius ol SO milei. S5.00 per year. $2,50 for six months, $1.25 for Ihrce 'months; by mail outside 50 mile zone. H2.50 per year payable In advance. Meditations The Spirit of the Lord spake by inr, and his wcirrl was In my tongue.—Jl. Samuel 23:r>. * 4 « How Rlad the heathens would have been, That worship idols, w«od and .stum-. If they took the book of Cod had .-,een. — Watts. Barbs Tulip bulbs are on (he market afaln. Here's pot luck to you if you plant any Indoors. « * » It's very rtlrc to have polish, unless yuu gut II being s slippery customer. » • • In an Indiana town school kids are gathering rags in a drive for more library books. Keep your eye on that other suit, imp! * « * Women almost mnblicil a store In m Texan (own during • M lc O f ,||j( staking,. l n otltt[ words, there was a run. • * » We wonder how many girls who were taught how to swim by life guards know how to swim. Boyle's Quitting Offers Hint to GOP's Gabrielson Once a story was told of a husband •who, though not quite true to his wife, still asked her to believe: "I have been faithful to yon—in my fashion." Whether he realizes it or not, that's about what William M. Boyle, Jr., was Raying to the public when he resigned ns Democratic national chairman. Boyle declared be had always conducted himself with "honor and propriety." Apparently his boss, President Truman, thought so, too. He long- ago told newsmen his own investigation liar! satisfied him Boyle's behavior was above reproach. But certainly (lie public must have other ideas about the moral tone of Boyie's performance. He continued to take payment from H private firm after assuming the role of acting national chairman. Though he denies having or exercising any influence, it is a fad that following a telephone call to Die RFC from him, that corporation won a loan from the RFC. Three times before the company had been turned down. Investigation in Congress brought out that an KKC official drew pay from Boyle. Moreover,' after taking over as national chairman, Boyle managed to sell his law practice for ?150,000. It can hardly be imagined that the pnivhitsers thought they were buying ;1 routine legal clientele. They were get tins; n business with important connections. Hut why go on? In ;il) Hii.s Hyylo Mrs no wrong. He thinks he lias kept faith with Hie public. His notion of re- putalilo conduct in public office fits exactly fat exhibited by so many of his conlroi-.s in government in this stvango year ol H'.H. "| s;i\v nothing wrong in i>- ' seems destined to go down ;\s Ihe Cicat I!t train with whidi we opened the svcomi half of |hc Sfltli eenlnry. . II a'l u;is so circumspect, wliiit led i] ' '_ '•'•'' '• •"•» I" i-rs.'.vi)'. 1 Officially, ho c.t -i his l:e;-ltb ;ind there sf.-ms no rt-a- )•• ' !n iji;!.-i'i,.|i i u; S a factor. I;,,! other :-" 'e < sug;.': st I'.oyle knew other revc- l;;ti''::s WHY siill lo come. HM| felt l)- a t '_ '''/'' l!i * hvnir.i. hh family nor Ihe •'' '"' ' '''"''' ; ''mill tnkf il much I •-'.-,!. \\ I'itiiAir tl:e cxphtnali ,,,, it mus t be cou: l-d a public gain that Hoyle is mil. Everyone in i-resteil in getting gov- t'rnni"Ml out »f i!s resent m,>r;;ss now l.op; s thai the ['resident will select as a .siicfi.-ssor ;« „,,-,,, \ v ith a sharper concept of the public duty than Boyle display c-J. I'.oyle's departure from the scene cannot help but stir thoughts about the future of his Kcptihlkan counterpart. Guy Clabliclson. The latter also was involved ill efforts to gel UI-'C loans for a corporation with which he had ties. Of course, Gabrielson's parly was not in power. But it is nevertheless foolish of BLYTIIEVILl.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS him to Insist that h« therefor* had no influence, ile knows the political facts of life better than that. The average American could be forgiven for feeling that Boyle has set a good precedent, and that the well-being of government and of both major par- tics might be served if Gabrielson were now to follow suit. Hitting the Alibi Trail Back in 19-18, a private railroad car was quielly fitted otil for special duly fty the Army Signal Corps down in Lexington, Ky. The "special duty" proved to he President Truman's whislle-stop campaigns, which won him n surprising re-eleclion. Now reports have leaked out ili«t the car is back in Lexington undergoing overhaul. The loud-speaker system, pretty heavily taxed in 1018, is getting special attention. It looks as if the President were getting set to embark on another tour of the land. Three years ago, .Mr. Truman took fur his «-hislle-slo|) theme what lie considered the deplorable doings at the congressional end of Pennsylvania Avenue. But if lie ventures forth this time he'.s more likely to be pro-occupied with explanations and justifications of behavior at his own end of town. Views of Others Breaking the Wage Line A committee of the wage, stabilization board has recommended wage incifases for 'rS.OOU tool and die makers, ranging from about 10 to 30 per cent. The new ceilings It proposes would range from about $2.50 to $2.85 an hour, de- peiuUng on the district. Labor and public members of the committee, with industry members opposing, based its judgment on the need for more skilled tool workers and the existence of labor "piracy" it said was . going on within and without the Industry. They added that In the tool Industry the committee was facing n special situation and felt that tt.s "recommendations were much less inflationary than any other feasible recommendations which we can suggest." Industry members asserted that the majority conclusions of the committee were "based on fragmentary evidence and unsupported verbal assertions." The full wage stabilization board has not yet acted upon the committee report, but there ap- penrs little doubt about what It will do. For as it is now set up the board has come to be regarded ss the weakest link In the whole stabilization chain. The president of the National Association of Manufacturers recently railed It the "wasc stimulation board' and asserted that industry must be prepared In the near future for the collapse of anything approaching wage stabilization. Surface evidence tends to Justify the NAM president's fears. Endless excuses such as "piracy." inenualitles and the need to attract more labor to particular industries, can be Invoked by the board to justify repeater! breaking of the wage line. What special Justification to break the line will be found when the steel workers present their "pnckase" has not been indicated, out we c:in be reasoiMbly sure that one will be found. In an.\ case, when half a million sleel workers are allowed lo crash the line, then any line at all will practically rcase to exist. —NEW ORLEANS TIMES-PICAYUNE Dollar Now a."Dollarette." Somebody credits this intriguing idea to the American Farm Bureau Federation—that the dollar be renamed the "dollarette." I'lure's logic in the explanation. The dollar is "niie. trim, petite, dainty nud mighty like a little ilnf'—nbuiil 5., rents worth of "rtoush," to make tile (act plainer. Am! who's lo blame? Ei erylmdy. more or less, Im: mc.-t of all. the upi-ratois of the pustwar .sicnd- nis binse in Wnslim.qlon and tlie M.ito govern- mrnts. 'Hie politU-iaus threw economy to the winds. Ig- nmert the luij-e public debts that should have been rrdii'-fd. iiiui |]hini;;-d into laxins and spendins with carefree abandon. More and more money was uumprd into nroulatkm. and money is like evc-mlnnx' else—when it's plentiiul. the value drop.-—your dollar bri-omr* a ••rlollnrettp." Bill while that honored old standard has fallen pirtty low. there's one consolation: it hasn t fa'Jfii as low- as the means some of thc pol.ticians h.\\r used to latcli on to it. -ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT SO THEY SAY Some Hed tioons ihi Korea > have shown such a rirsne for freedom that they have .swum n-.ri-s. jv;.sl to give thcmsehes up. And that waier Is mistily <-o!d at Ihi.s time of yo,ir.—Lt.-Gfn. WU- l::«n M. HoRe. C. O.. U. S 9th Corps. » • » The British nation h;is n,iw an opportunity ... l" plai'p in power a povernmelll which will try its best to .solve our many problems at home and abroad without beiiiK bi.i.<rd by privilege or scMed and without being misled by (lass warfare or doctrinal fallacies.—\Vii:.-ion Churchill. We must band togcthci :„ 5: , vt , ,|i CJV herit.ieo •the l.aiK.uiu talbdi lor o-.n- children- our male chiidicn. 1 shudder when 1 think of the goorty- "toody songs which are all that will be left for the «ei:er.\iirm if the prrsont ueiul t-ontitiues.—T.)l- chard Evans, British music composer. 'This Is Becoming/ But // • \ Peter ft/son's Washington Column Congress Has Laid Foundation For World- Wide Aid Program WASHINGTON—(NEAl—For all practical purposes, the Marshall Plan will go out of business Jan. i, six months ahead of the originally scheduled end. The new Mutual ' '" tak '" S I The re ' n » inl »8 *l-5 billion for eco- 0[ on Aug. 31. That was in round num- Europe again gets the biggest share -SI.022 billion. Of this, S55 million ' 1300 in 25 missionT'abroad: I 'terials^OtlhelosTWliiorTbaVm-l. ,,^™^ n «,"' al L u ;*'^^^ y strategic ma- more slowly "chronic' q^nriiv A ill ••"•'"•"»""•"" "" rtiig. ji. mat was in round num- Secur ty Act list passed by Congress hers 2400-100 of them in the u S provides that ECA—the Economic'-"" -- -- - - - ' Cooperation Administration which ran the Marshall Plan—must cease <-° be bundled about by a single: been slowest Austria Germaiiv all economic aid coordinator-Mr. Harriman Con-; Greece. Iceland and Trieste are n gress has in effect laid the lounda- j this category J±'°7; ™°™;^ . as5 !^! lce ." r °- ' /Of 'he Fir East, the Department to on these founda- wcll compartrnen- economic to loreiyn countries by June 30, 1952, except where it Is tied in with military assistance. : I n c o mpJeted i — __„.,._.„ Marshall Plan re-- Prter Ettson Jects HTlJI. of nut by Jan. i. the new All ciirlty Administrator— prob ^ell HarriniRH — must designate^ bc"admi"nLsi J«J.^^ be ar ^!!nu^ n " S ! r^s irfd "a'rSJ^ ^t''^ roulhly" .wTamfrha; 'yearTend°- I "i'l! ^"S"' 1 Eur0p " n ' -'"^ Ing June 30, 1854. ' share. ' SC "iESest, ' tions Is pretty talized. nircel Military Aid Is Bulk of Trofram Biggest Is. of course, direct mill ap proved J237 million. Much of this is straight economic recovery aid. It does not Include economic as sistance for Korea. The Marshall „„„,.,,.,,,.,,;"~ •- i , —•>=-•" •- "• vuman, cniecL mm- Plan ceased to function there some .,£" " ?i,,irT' ' . asslsa "«' That «'" S« ap- time ago. A separate S45 million au»«». h. rmishcd.; proximately S 6 billion out of the! thorization for economic assistance itunl he- i S.T.D billion total foreign aid author- to Korea has been approved >Wy Av-jizcd. Tills military assistance will " ' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1981 once over tightly- f By A. A. Fredrickson Somewhere or oilier in the not too distant past, I don't rightly recall exactly where, I stumbled onto a 'nastily-written piece by a woman *f«er, naturally, that calls for a bit, of defensive footwork on behalf 01 the American male. FOR A MlMliKH of years now. many women have thrown in with a passel of haberdashery architects who would perform a sartorial house-cleaning on U.S. manhood if given half a chance. I am here to go down swi an effort to keep Inevitable to 'he male ccsUm e as f w and n between as the law and the B ar- ' d Having gotten shed of the Hoover collar and the boiled shirt front, I nm content to rest on current laurels for a considerable spell. Painfully lip-reading my way through the aforementioned manuscript. I was brought up short by a paragraph alleging The cs c ,™" "".' ' dol'les and ?-, P B "T" W ° mcn S ^ the dumpy females who perpetrate DOCTOR SAYS . joniiAS, si.n. NKA Service chronic bronchitis By Km.vix i Written fo "1 have had for about six -...„ ....*. cough a lot, especially when 1 lust mere strt'H MALI; CRITICISM should be declared off limits, the authoress dec aimed, since men reside In glass doghouses, fashionwise. According to her. women's clothes may vary set up in the morning. I bring up lot of phlegm, and 1 stay quite thin from the coughinj; every day. Aren't there .some shots that would help me, or some tonic that would --:>••"<;. "• =""••= io'"^ i»«i wuiiiu cu suostantially since men forsook build me up so I won't cough so buckskin and homcsnim for wool and much? writes Mrs P H hrfi3*«-1~*u r^-_, .,._. much?" writes Mrs. E. H nils letter brings up the subject of chronic bronchitis, which is not only a distressing, but also a potentially dangerous condition. Shots probably will not help Mrs. H. unless the infection is ac'tive and will yield to penicillin or one of Its relatives. Tonics may be useful in helping to build up her strength, but neither of these can be counted on to relieve her entirely. If bronchitis comes on suddenly, Ihe symptoms at the start may seem to be like those of an ordinary cold. A feeling of heaviness over the and pains in the bone.s and back are common. In mild cases fever may be absent, but in severe cases, it can be as high as 103. The most characteristic cough which comes on sign Is in paroxysms and causes great distress. At first the cough is dry. but later the secretion becomes more and more abundant and is brought, up with the coughing. Sometimes bronchitis comes on and is said to be man plaint. Gist of her stand is that with the cxreptloi) of substituting zippers for buttons, male finery has not changed substantially since men forsook 'oth. Fact that man has tol- er?.' -o little tampering with his wnr» .3 Indicates he Is an unimaginative beast and hence ineligible ^ under current house rules to play *l fashion commentator. She says. To begin with, the lady is .overlooking a basic truism of American life that has been expressed by historians, verified by economists and glorified by ad agencies. To wit: "It's Papa who Pays." • * • AXn EVEN IF HE could afford to keep apace with annual wardrobe renovations, the average male would balk. Like the two-faced Roman god Janus,, the American male enjoys keeping a portion of the past in focus as he stumbles Into a willy- nilly future. He may like a new model auto coming off the assembly lines every year and the latest item in fishing tackle, but there is nothing so enjoyable as well-aged whiskey or > mellowed pipe or brokcn-ln palr-of shoes or last year's tweed suit. To be sure, there are a few specimens who would wear Jockey shorts of chain mall if Esquire so decreed but from the start The th " C lB(l5 wi " ™ tKt wilh a ^aw ^"^'\iT«i^^ lu ^Z^£? s^.si jrvssrst s: ^^^-^ acute variety, that is. germs viruses. Irritating fumes and the like. The symptoms are also 6im- [ ilar but not so severe. r>ru B 5 .May Help Drugs may relieve the symptoms somewhat. The substance which the irritation should be re- in the main '" refllrbish happy to report, the American male. moved, be made to build up the possible. Every effort Department of For the Middle East, 1160 million has been authorized. But this does not include Greece and Turkey which are in the European program. Also, two big chunks of the See LDSON' on P»ge g IN HOLLYWOOD By ERSKtNE JOHNSON NBA Staff Correspondent The hand makes it easy to , - - lpa l lnto B ° 011 nta| th and avoid irritation to the air passages. Change of climate, when it can be arranged, is an important part of treatment for many patients with chronic bronchitis. Often those who cannot seem to get over their chronic cough at home promptly Improve when they go to a warm and mild climate, such as southern California or Florida. Bronchitis can lead to othe why his ship. team won the champion- cly Ymirs: Vic Mature ami h.s wife just making the headlines when a .stranger at another table in n Hollywood eatery objected to Vic's language. The star's irlends kept, the light. Ironi getting beycnd the Crabbed-lapels stage. Same night, at another night spot, Jackie Criogan was knocked flat on his back by the escort of H cioll who just didn't want to dance with Jackie. A HolHwucicllte cli^e to Marie Wilsc.n and U.ib Fallen jiomt- blanla-il thc n:iesl.ion o: their untiring date lo Rou. His answer: "December or lie'ore " i- "Babylon Revisited" Ls bait lor Alan ' in the other When (he hand was played first. room, dummy took - -- -• u '"^ iij " ™i"u •" "<^ uuiiei rtxmi. dummy took Ladd to sign for one picture a year j the opening lead with the ace of nrtpr hi< ,,„„, , n -..,i.., .„-„ 'diamonds, and declarer drew three rounds of trumps before beginning nfter his puct terminates in Ladd's wild about Fitzgerald. „ . lhc clul> 5' East won the first club nrm i Ijl , m:lrr '" r " ccl ""»•" » 5150,- and returned a diamond, forcing 000 offer from thc N'ajsour brothers South to ruff. East, then won the lo slar in a London-made second round clubs and again Producer George Pal says he'll Il,e ureat Hotlrtini. His therrv S the i ' two trumps. The contract was now hopeless. West could ruff Ihe fourth club the second heart, whichever de- d. West couid then - diamond to force to recast the poor guy in »;•.» mould A RECENT HORROR of this VJ- riety is the plaid dinner Jacket. Now, at my abode we dress for dinner but just enough to keep the view through the windows from resulting in complaints from our more morT- est neighbors. But even if I had to "dress for dinner" in the uptown manner—and I think I would forgo the meal first^a swath of plaid bearing black satin lapels could only result in dyspepsia, if not chronic nausea Fortunately, men, the averagt clothing merchant is on our side although for reasons not not entirely -it of deference to the majority will ...., ,.„„ ,„„,, lu OLner 0111. ol aeJerence to the majority will changes In the lungs such as bron- ', of members of his own sex If an- cmectasis which is a dilation of j nual revamping o! male styles were the small tubes in the lims;., or to I added to our natural slowness to ac- the accumulation of air called cm-'Wire new toss, only the brave and physema. Complications such as Ifiese are Important and every ef- tort should be made to prevent them. heart. West hart to ruff time. . . but still could not defeat the- con-i " h tract If !,„ ra , 1 . ,,: !.., r pb the foolhardy would venture. Into the business. How could you hold « special sale if holdover stock wa« not substantially identical to the* incoming stuff? As it is. I'm stifl trying to recov- • from the rude shock my ward- suffered belt when the suit coat in the back became , h h» tract. If he returned a diamond, i !:.=„. ,, dummy could ruff, and South'sO high trumps would then win thc! Th»T«n,.h v, rest. If West returned a trm in ' clincher, however, is that wo- ru^'E rt ""« ~ = =--*'^ -;.s .™ § JTn^r? r t to ™- y " -ws£ tiie diamond „ ? n V P i " wc VVC ' U into """Petition with nns eventually. them. Their p.\!.s mo;ni that JJi.inn Uiin nnd ,!oan Lindsay have Sailed tn mend their leaky love skill ;tl tficir Neu Vork p:ucli-up meeting. Tin- lirimct li<-,iiity with TDMI NViil ill ;i liri;]]! sl ,,,| was Hiiliin Slroii[I. Slu- on the plane lh;U brmii;]il Uarh;ir;\ 1'avton and I' rlu.l 'I mie hark ti> tlnllyuond and sot's Irlqihnne mimhrr friiru . I'Lire in ;ho Sun," the kill tilt 1 factory . CEL\NO1N(; HIS .MINI) Merlin Biar.rlo. \\lio uncc m;; •< i:tl :n p:\nt lie prei waUn\>^c.N -.\\;d (\u'-hoi>? to c qdcetis i> heitK linked with Khoutonotf. Sec HUI.I.YWOOl) at, Page g 75 Years Ago In Blythevitle — I, D Chiimblin. Frank Origsby. .!. C. Ilurli.inan. V. E. Hammock and K. O. Ca.-h. salc.smen for the Tom Uttlr Chevrolet company, nre al- tendiiiB Hi? Dallas Centennial this wTi-k a? c'lots of tho iirm because ! .'her uer,-* winners of a safes con- letter .icnt In Blvthrville was "on the air" last n Filrhh::r,- - .--..'-( ixst broadcasts U wns annomircd by the Sinclair com- 'Mi'v tl-.a: Miss Fllen Bryan had won nn auto radio as a pri,:e in the >\rtklv [i-.o;i]nll contest sponsored by the Sinrliir rompar.r. on another iK-'.-ikup Bl\ ihrvillp's vote in the l.i:or,ny I):i;c.-t poll was I^JUHI.'K r.l Iily;he\iUe turned in Jn7 V! ;e,s fc r rioosevelt and some IOM for I niulon. \ou lu.ike a pi; line p Mont aoiuory CI;:i tiamf- in^tc^d of tlu 1 >os o\ ( *r better Mi'h es.s Grneucvi Rlnnde Ki; ;y Sillicy., .- l,ui c-r (lemm: Ui 1' i .-^ol'^writcr J:];ii]:. id be," Kitly Iir*.-.-;-;! JACOBY ON BRIDGE «.«' OS Wriltrn . fi)r Xl:.\ .Si-rvlre^iuct filk-rui.iu. win 1 i'l: S'.'.i "The'." will he Ku'k II i; . s l.\ni-:n: l»(:v m 'The Lett tl.i:.,! ; Ciixl." Key Play Was the Discarded Heart Dun A:i:i' ni t!>c i TV in M,i Ko]|yu*uurt [or ht.s first movu' years and decided to stick with smaller MTICIIS. Morr nitinry. i.' M:[l-Poii!h Ch.unpionsritns. t*: the 11.11.-; important tourna- '- <•:' t-f y.-ar. will be m full i .it Xeu Orleans a wc,-k from '. A - o::-,ijiTia'.io:i of pl:wcrs -'.'• :ii,-.n \,-w Orleans and Texas A ho 111 won IJM ye.u'.s champioiiship Illf will m.iko a .stroni; bid to keep the NORTH (D) 20 443 » AK107 4 A973 + KJ5 WEST EAST 4109852 * None »S VQ8432 *««42 • KQ J 105 + 876 *AQ4 SOUTH North 1 ¥ 2 N. T. 3N. T. Pass 4 None 410932 N.-S. vul. Eui South 2* Pass Past Pas: 24 3 » 44 We»t Pass Pass Pus Opening lead—* J trick. Two trumps and two clubs were enough, ol course, to defeat the cciitrac;. When Dr. Greene played the hand, he discarded a heart on dummy's ace of diamonds at the fint trie-it nnd then drew only one round ol trumps. As soon ais the bad trump situation showed up. Dr. Greene abandoned the trumps in order to develop the clubs. East lock thc Jack of clubs with the q;ieen to le'd a diamond, and South ruffed. F.a--t then tcok the king of clubs with the ace to lead another diamond, and South rutted again. The bis difference wa.s that dummy ,-till had a trump. Declarer nrxt cashed the ten of • lubs and followprt wilh tile nine of clubs Dummy discarded the last diamond on this card, and West could ruff or discard—as he pleased. \VeM saw he could not g.itn by 1!." MIO-MI tnl.-iy was play• .! ir. I): ni.lwid Greene, of N-w' ruffing. s 0 he IIK'SIIK! '""Oiicatu, in last year's team event.'Ion heart. Dr. Gretne then led Devilfish Answer to Previous Puzzle Ja HORIZONTAL 3 Collapsible bed 4 Exists 5 Musical instrument 6 Masculine appellation 7 Coin 8 Bill of fare 9 Average (ab.) 10 Fisherman's 17 On account (ab.) 30 Uoxed 21 Cud-che\i'ing 23 Motive 25 Occupant 1,8 Depicted devilfish 13 Tending to eat away H Turn outward 15 Rodent 16 Maniple 16 Small child 19 In the same place (ab ) 22 Tungsten (a'b.)!! "°"?> Bait 23 Sun god 12 Aleutian 24 Note in lsland Guide's seal-* 26 Sheaf 28 Encounter 31 Irish fuel 32 Nested bo.ves 33 And 34 Appellation 35 Diving bird 36 Genus of ducks 37 Compass point 38 Symbol for niton 39 Oriental measure 41 Mark against 47 Part of "be" 49 Indonesian ol Mindanao 51 Motor part 52 Frozen wafer 53 It belongs to the of rays 55 Esiers of oleic acid 57 Expunge 53 Squatters VERTICAL 1 Persian fsiry 2 Native ol Arabi* 26 Gem 27 Song (comb, form) 29 Feminine appellation 30 Pedal digits 39 Frenzy 44 Famous English school 45 Play part 46 Angers 47 Genus of maples •18 Disorder — - - ---—.T in '-'laOrQCr 40 Passaje in the 50 Literary scrap* brain ' brain 42 Gaelic 43 Volume 52 Follower 61 Pronoun 56 Near

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