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Galetich Elected — Lou Galetich of Carroll (right) talks issues with Tom Harkin. the Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress, during the fifth district Democratic • Values (Continued From Page 1) listed as personal property has an assessed valuation of $200,038, the report reveals. Business furniture, fixtures and equipment in the county accounts for 15;4 per cent of the total personal property assessed value with $981,883, while the inventory of retail merchandise at the businesses has a taxable valuation of $1.58 million, or 24.8 per cent of the total personal property assessed value. With a total assessed value of $6.15 million, a breakdown of the assessment on public utilities in the county shows: railroads and express companies. $807.193 ; telephone and telegraph. $2.25 million; pipe lines, $183,585; electric property, $1.31 million; electric transmission lines property. $1.26 million; and other property (gas, water, heat. etc.), $337,299. • Brockman (Continued From Page 11 including Epworth United, Des Moines, for six years and First United, Creston. for •three. He took over his New York post in 1960. He is a graduate of Morningside College, Sioux City, and the Boston School of Theology. Boston. Mass. He was awarded an honorary Doctor of Di'vinity degree by Morningside in 1966. While in New York. Dr. Brockman and his wife, Ruth, lived in and restored an old brownstone house in a depressed area on Manhattan's upper west side. Dr. Brockman worked in more than 40 countries, helping interpret the relief and rehabilitation program of the Methodist church. 350 Take Part in Lung Walk More than 350 persons participated in the walk-a-thon for the American Lung Association Saturday morning. The 20-mile walk around Carroll started and ended at the First United Methodist Church parking lot. After the walk, food contributed by local (food) stores was served to the walkers. A rock band from Coon Rapids provided entertainment. When the money pledged to the participants is turned in at the Commerical Savings Bank, the winner of the 10-speed bicycle for the largest amount raised will be determined. A trophy will be awarded to the school having the highest number of students per capita taking part. Funds raised will be used for lung research. Co-chairmen of the walk-a-thon were Jenni Severin, Peggy Boes, Bob Rogers and Daryl Winker. convention in Creston Saturday. Galetich is the newly-elected district committeeman for the fifth congressional district. Beauticians May Cut Men's Hair Until 1975 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Cosmetologists would be able to cut men's hair —- at least until June 30,1975 — following final legislative approval by the Senate Saturday night. The provision is in a bill to "de-sex" the Iowa Code by removing terms referring to one sex or the other from state law when they refer to either sex. The measure, which now goes to the governor, appropriates $5,000 to the State Board of Barber Examiners and a similar sum to the Board of Cosmetology Examiners. The boards are to use the money to study cosmetology and barbering laws and make recommendations to the 1975 legislature for joint licenses for barbers and cosmetologists. The Iowa Supreme Court recently upheld 10-2 a state law which prohibits cosmetologists from cutting the hair of men and boys over the age of 12. But the law allows barbers to cut both men's and women's hair. Men's Golf Opening Set for Tuesday The opening day of the 1974 Men's Golf Supper League at the Carroll Country Club will be held Tuesday, May 7 with a shotgun start scheduled for 5:3i)p.m. As in the past, the league will consist of 18 teams and wil: play a 17-week schedule. The team rosters are: AMERICAN LEAGUE Bierl Parkway Furniture: Al Snyder, Harold Bierl, Kevin Bierl, Randall Bierl and Dave Collison. Checkers: Merle Danner, Don Danner, Bob Badding, Jim Heinrichs, and Paul Schechinger. John Whaley Chevrolet: John Whaley, Leonard Burg, Roy Comes and Bob Kraus. Greteman's Store: Art ATTENDS WORKSHOP Dr. John M. Dermody of Carroll attended a workshop called by Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Robert H. Lounsberry in Fort Dodge on May 2-3. The conference featured review training session involving over 160 agricultural inspectors in food products control, weights and measures, animal industry and poultry. Federal officials from the offices of the U.S.D.A. and Health Education and Welfare participated in the program. Dermody has been district veterinarian for the department's animal industry for over eight years. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Clear and quite cool again tonight. Low in the 30s east, 40s west. Mostly cloudy and a little cooler Tuesday. High mid 50s northeast, low 60s west. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Cool with chance of showers Wednesday. Partly cloudy to fair and continued cool Thursday and Friday. Overnight lows mostly in the 40s. Daily highs generally in the 60s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tempuratures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co. I Yesterday's high 72 Yesterday'slow 47 At 7 a.m. today 39 At 10 a.m. today 46 Weather A Year Ago— It was rainy a year ago today in Carroll. High temperature was 56 and the low, 52. Time* Herald, Carroll, la. r\ Monday, May 6, 1974 *. fiiMitiiMMMMiMiMliMMiMIMiiiMiiiiiiiiiiti Potential Buyer for Parsons F AIRFIELD. Iowa (AP ) — Officials of a California-based university have expressed interest in buying bankrupt Parsons College. Keith Wallace, president of Maharishi International University (MIU) in Santa Barbara, said the university has been operating "major residential educational programs in several leased facilities in the United States and Europe over the last decade. We need a perm a n e n t campus. Parsons seems to fit our needs." Parsons was founded in 1875, grew to more than 5,000 students in the mid-1960s and then was declared bankrupt June 11. 1973, by a federal court judge. At the time of its bankruptcy, the school had debts of about $16 million, according to school records. The college owed about $7 million to two companies. Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. and Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., both of Hartford, Conn. Jerry Leahy. Pella, who has negotiated with Parsons' creditors on behalf of MIU, said one offer was rejected but negotiations have continued. No purchase price was revealed. Leahy said if the college grounds are purchased by MIU, the officials expect to open the campus this fall to about 700 students. Les Schmadeka, vice president of expansion for MIU, said the school offers study in such things as the science of creative intelligence and transcendental meditation. He said the organization has shown rapid growth for 15 years and has 205 centers in major U.S. cities, including Des Moines and Iowa City. Transcendental meditation is said to expand the mind, make it more alert, more curious and more capable of comprehension. Greteman, C. E. Mcllvain. Herb Hudson. Howard Wilson and Romayne Huffman Woodmen Accident & Life: Ray Beck, William Arts, Jr.. Vern Henkenius. Rod Sernett and Harvey Fleshner Standard Oil: Paul Greteman. Dr. R. W. Collison. Dr. J. G. Donovan, Robert Feldmann. Dr. Robert Winium and Dr. David McCoy Heires Electric: Robert Mosher, Don Hannasch, Dick Happe, Jim Herrernan and Larrv Schenkelberg. Farner-Bocken: John Dearduff, Tom Sheenan, Dr. Norman Schulz, Pat Moehn and George Provopulos Carroll Rendering Works Skinners: Fred Dolezal. Paul Collison. Bill Evans, John Norgaard, Jack Stangl and Jim Wilson. NATIONAL LEAGUE Goodyear: Wayne Tiefenthaler, E. C. Pudenz, Dr. N. J. Gradoville, and Vernis Juergens Carroll County State Bank: Les Perschau, Dick Beck, Dr. William Blohm, Dr. M. J. Hall andJimKratoska. Jolly Boys: Mike Wittrock, John Gnam, Robert Kelly and Dr. James Tierney Sharp Funeral Home: F. L. Sharp, Crowley Spindler, Gilbert Johnson, Curly Menke and Mike Arts Rover Boys: Archie Gietz, G. W. Thomas, Robert Bruner and John Heider Schlitzers: L. A. Smith, Ken Ebner, Frank Belter, Dave O'Leary, and Larry Clark Commercial Savings: Frank Liewer, Bill Chambers, Paul Ewing, Ronald Ream and Al Stroh Budweiser: Bill Schenkelberg, Dave Auen, Harold Kunz, Warren Morlan and Duane Taphorn PHARMACY DEGREE Michael Schaeuble of Carroll was one of 65 South Dakota State University students to take the pharmacist oath, symbolic of officially entering the pharmacy profession, after graduation on Saturday. The oath is a commitment to the pharmacy code of ethics and a pledge to work toward the welfare of mankind. It is also a commitment to work with other health services to provide the best possible medical service to the public. Schaeuble completed five years of training for the pharmacy degree. Briefs From the AP Wire Co-Op Pleads Guilty to Illegal Contribution WASHINGTON (AP) - A Pennsylvania corporation, Lehigh Valley Cooperative Farmers, pleaded guilty today to making an illegal $50,000 contribution to President Nixon's 1972 campaign. The cooperative was fined $5,000 by U.S. District Judge George L. Hart Jr. The fine was the maximum possible. Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski charged that the contribution was made between April 19 and April 27, 1972, "in connection with the aforesaid general election and with primary elections, political conventions and caucuses held to select candidates for the offices ... in violation of the United States code." DUBOIS, Wyo. (AP) "The flame just came out 'whoof — and then it was gone," said a young cowboy. He had just witnessed a butane gas tank explosion that left eight women and girls critically burned at a branding operation this weekend. Six of the victims were flown to the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Tex., and two others to the Utah Medical Center in Salt Lake City. Another woman was in serious condition and authorities said 10 more men and women were also injured. PARIS (AP) — Socialist Francois Mitterrand will face conservative Finance Minister Valery Giscard d'Estaing in a close runoff battle for the French presidency May 19, France's voters decided Sunday. Backed by the powerful Communist party, Mitterrand led a field of 12 candidates on the first ballot with 10,935,763 votes, or 43.36 per cent of the total cast. Giscard d'Estaing, a member of the Independent Republican party, ran second with 8,286,382, or 32.85 per cent. WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon's chief lawyer says the President's defense against impeachment depends on whether Nixon himself was involved in hush money payments to Watergate defendants. James D. St. Clair, White House special counsel, said Sunday the presidential tape transcripts released last week prove Nixon neither authorized nor knew of the payments and thus is innocent of any "criminal plot to obstruct justice." St. Clair also said he considers it unrealistic to think that a constitutional dispute between Congress and the President over what amounts to an impeachable offense could be resolved in court. By The Associated Press Iowa Democrats held conventions in the state's six congressional districts Saturday with every party leader calling for unity as the first step toward victory in the fall. The main purpose of the conventions was to elect delegates to a national Daily Record COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Da ryl Tiefenthaler, Breda, Ford; Sharon R. or Donald D. Drake, Carroll, Ford; Alton F. or Marian L. Stangl, Carroll, Dodge. Real Estate Transfers- Estate of Dugald Currie to Denis E. and Dorothy A. Alspach. Lot 5, Block 59. Seventh Addition to Carroll. George G. and Jean McNaught to Stuart V. and Velma J. Nicholson, Lot 9, Block 1, Nichols' Addition to Glidden. David A. Baumhover to Lawrence D. and Ruth L. Sporrer. Lot 8. Block 6. Westlawn Addition to Carroll. Mary M. Kuker et al to Wade W. Mohr, Part of SEViSE 1 *. Sec. 17. Twp. 82 N.. Range 36W. Anna Korwes to Edward J. and Rose M. Korwes. five-twelfths interest in N'/ 2 NE'.4 and SB'-iNE 1 -.. Sec. 15, Twp. 84 N., Range 35 W. -0- Sheriff's Office Break-In— Six twelve-packs of beer were taken from the K&W Restaurant on the east side of Westside in a break-in early Monday morning. Deputy Sheriffs Doug Bass and Ferman Stout reported. Entry was gained by breaking a window in the backroom of the building, the deputies said. -0- Police Department Two-Car Accidents- Cars driven by Richard E. Snyder and Charles E. Knoblauch, both of Carroll, were in collision on Main Street near U.S. 30 Sunday, police reported. The accident occurred as both vehicles were southbound on Main Street, police said. Cars driven by Robert L. McDonald and James J. Wittrock, both of Carroll, collided on Quint Avenue near Eighth Street Sunday, police reported. The accident occurred as the McDonald vehicle was northbound on Quint Avenue and attempting a left turn, and the Wittrock vehicle was southbound, police said. No injuries were reported in either accident. Fire Department Grass Fire- Carroll firemen extinguised a grass fire behind the home of Dr. Robert Langenfeld at 267 Hillcrest Drive Sunday morning. No damage was reported. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.85 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.30 Oats 1.35 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) ( USDA ) — Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 6,500; 200-250 Ibs barrows and gilts 50-1,00 higher; 250-330 Ibs steady to50higher; 1-3 195-240 Ibs 29.25-29.75; 240250 Ibs 28.50-29.50; sows under 500 Ibs steady to 25 lower, instances 50 lower; over 500 Ibs steady to 25 higher; 375-600 Ibs 23.25-23.75. Cattle and calves: 9,000; steers steady to 50 lower; heifers steady to 25 lower; cows steady to strong; load high choice and prime 1,199 Ibs steers 41.50; 3 loads choice and prime 1,075-1,125 Ibs 41.25; choice 1,000-1,200 Ibs 40.00-41.00; choice 1,200-1,350 miini-convention next winter to draft a national party charter, elect state central committee members and to draft district platforms. Everywhere the theme was unity. . "In 1968, we were'divided, and the alternative was Richard Nixon," State Chairman Tom Whitney told the Fourth District Convention in Des Moines. "In 1972, we were divided and the alternative was Richard Nixon. Now it's 1974, and we can win," Whitney said. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)The chairman of the Iowa Merit Employment Commission has consented to surrender his license to a nursing home he owns in Sioux City, officials said Monday, A hearing scheduled for Monday on whether to uphold the revocation of the license held by Julian Torgersen was cancelled, said Rick Middleton, associate director of licensing and consultation for the State Health Department. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions May 4— Louis E. Anderson, Carroll Larry G. Hicks, Harlan Charlene A. Christensen, Harlan Mrs. Susan Steinkamp, Breda Matthew J. Wendl. Carroll Rebecca J. Goetzinger, Carroll Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Alvin C. Irlbeck, Carroll, a son. Sunday STEWART MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Lake City Births- Mr, and Mrs. Terry Daisy. Lake City, a daughter May 2 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jenkins. Lake City, a son. May 3 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson. Rockwell City, a son, Mav 3 Personals— Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madigan and Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Schulz of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Arden Bluml, Gail and Troy of Halbur were among guests of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stilwill at a dinner in their home Sunday noting the first communion of their son. David M. David was one of 50 communicants at a 4 p.m. mass in St. Margaret Mary's Church. Other guests at the 5:30 dinner were Judge and Mrs. C. F. Stilwill and Mrs. Gail Casterline and Tim of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Stilwill of Council Bluffs. David's brothers, Charles. Patrick and Nathan, also were present. Weekend guests of Florence Dinges were Vincent Dinges of Burlingame, Calif., Lawrence Dinges of Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schenkelberg and family of Ankeny and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Schenkelberg and family of Sioux City. They came especially to attend the party at the Elk's Club Saturday honoring Miss Dinges upon her retirement from Northwestern Bell Telephone Company; all left for their homes Sunday. Spending the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleisman were her sister, Mrs. A. J. Mitchell of Altoona, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Witt and daughter Amy of West Des Moines. Mrs. Elmer Bruning of Mesa, Ariz., and Emma Southwick of Sac City were brief visitors Sunday en route to Cedar Rapids to visit Mrs. Bruning's daughter and thence to New Hampshire to visit their brother, Raymond Southwick, who is ill. Mrs. J. F. Hagge had as dinner guests in her home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Page Christensen of Blair, Neb., and her brother and sister, Albert and Viola Suverkrubbe of Westside. Ibs 39.00-40.50; high choice and prime 1,000-1,025 Ibs heifers 41.00-41.25; choice875-1,075Ibs 39.50-40.75; utility and commercial cows 27.00-28.50; few utility dairy breds 29.00. Sheep: 200; spring slaughter lambs 1.50-2.00 higher; other classes steady; choice and prime spring slaughter lambs 44.00; choice shorn lambs 40.00 to mostly 41.50; cull to good shorn ewes 4.00-9.00. Credit Qs & As DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Here are some questions and answers on the provisions of a bill designed to raise interest rates on loans and installment sales and give consumer protection against fraud. The bill was passed by the Iowa Legislature during its closing hours Sunday. Q: What would be the maximum interest that can he charged on a revolving charge account? A: The limit, which currently is 9 per cent, would be raised to 18 per cent annually on credit balances up to $500 and 15 per cent on balances over $500. Q; What about on single-purchase credit contracts? A: On so-called closed-end contracts, used for purchasing such things as major appliances, the limit would be 15 per cent a year. The current limit is 9 per cent: Q: What would be the interest on an installment loan from a bank? A: Installment loans from banks, savings and loan associations and credit unions would be 15 per cent. Banks and credit unions currently are limited to 12 per cent interest, while savings and loans can charge from about 12 to 17 per cent. Q: Do those figures apply to car loans,too? A: No, the bill would establish a maximum interest level of 27 per cent on cars older than two years. The current rate is about 46 per cent. Q: What would this bill do to protect the consumer against being defrauded in credit transactions? A; Among other things, the measure would abolish the "Rule of 78s," which is used by some banks and small loan companies to, in effect, force a borrower to pay a higner interest rate than that .specified in the contract. Another provision would require retailers to give 90 days notice before raising the interest on revolving charge accounts. Also, retailers couldn't make the higher rate retroactive to prior balances. The bill also would establish the holder-in-due-course doctrine. This principle gives a buyer 30 days to stop payments on merchandise found defective. Present law forbids withholding payments if the seller of the merchandise has sold the debt to a third party. Middleton said state inspectors cited "some 90 deficiencies in the operation of the home." "We talked to Torgersen's attorneys this morning," Middleton said. "It's my understanding Torgersen has signed an agreement to surrender his license and that it would be in the mail today." JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government showed no signs of yielding to Syrian demands today as it went into another round of troop disengagement talks with Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger. A government spokesman said a cabinet session Sunday produced no decisions on the next move. "We are still at the beginning of this whole negotiation," said one Israeli official. "It is all fluid and nothing has crystallized." Health Minister Victor Shemtov told newsmen the cabinet would meet again today after its leaders talk further with Kissinger. Deaths, Funerals UI Student, 21, is Drowned IOWA CITY. Iowa (AP)-A 21-year-old man drowned in the Iowa River near Iowa City Sunday. Authorities identified the victim as Michael Bruce Thompson, Cherokee, a University of Iowa student. Police said Thompson and another student, Mary Friedl, 18. Wilton were swimming across the river when they apparently ran into difficulty. Authorities said Miss Friedl was rescued by another student, Kim Ellingson, 19. MRS. MATHILDA THELEN Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Mathilda Thelen, 72, of Carroll was celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Cross bearer was Ricky Thelen and Larry Ludwig and John Thelen were acolvtes. Pallbearers were Loras (Melvin) Hoffmann, Myron Hoffmann, Allen Thelen, Mike Thelen, Joe Thelen and Paul Ludwig. All nine are grandsons of Mrs. Thelen. Honorary pallbearers, also grandsons, were John Hoffmann, Lawrence Hoffmann, Dale Thelen, Duane Thelen, David Dailey, Dean Dailey, Victor Hoffman, Cletus Thelen, Mike Thelen, Jim Thelen, Jeff Thelen, Mark Thelen, Randy Thelen and Ralph Thelen Jr. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, California and the following Iowa towns: Davenport. Des Moines, West Bend, Early, Guthrie Center, Adair, Hawarden, Fort Dodge, Fonda, Anita, Denison, Manning, Coon Rapids, Breda, Lake City, Vail, Fonda, Wall Lake, Carroll and surrounding area. Mrs. Thelen died April 30 at Nebraska Methodist Hospital, Omaha, after a long illness. JOSEPH VEIT Joseph Veit, 84, a resident of the Carroll Health Center, died Saturday, May 4. at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. He was a former Odebolt resident and had lived in Carroll two years. Services were held at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Martin's Catholic Church, Odebolt, with burial in the parish cemetery. The Rev. Linus Eisenbacher officiated. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, of Odebolt was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Veit was a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Veit. On Nov. 18, 1919, he was married at Odebolt to Caroline Smith, who resides at the Health Center. Surviving with his wife are the following children: Clarissa and Mrs. Albert (Theresa) Soyer of Carroll, Mrs. D. W. (Christine) Sigler and Charles of Omaha, Mrs. Lawrence (Agnes) Spprleder of Lidderdale, William of Hacienda Heights, Calif., Albert of San Dimas, Calif., Mrs...Douglas (Veronica) Hughes of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. George (Joan) Drew of Butte, Mont. Also surviving are 32 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and two sisters, Clara of Odebolt and Sr. Clara Veit of Dubuque. He was preceded in death by four brothers, Rev. Charles, Rev. William, Paul and John Veit, and a sister, Mary Veit. MRS. LEONARD WILLENBORG BAYARD-Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Leonard (Crescentia) Willenborg, 63, of Bayard was celebrated at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Patrick's Church here by the Rev. Sam Cordaro. Granddaughters of Mrs. Willenborg presented the offertory gifts. Pallbearers were Dale and Allen Willenborg, Kyi and Keith Knobbe, grandsons; Patrick Hagan and Leonard Feilmeier. Burial was in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Templeton. Mrs. Willenborg died May 1 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. Relatives attended the funeral from Carroll. Manning, Templeton, Guthrie Center, Dedham, GUdden, Scranton, Willey. Breda, Halbur, Auburn, Gray. Perry, Coon Rapids, Bagley and Mt. Carmel, also from Omaha. Neb., and Burlington. Colo. • Hermsen (Continued From Page 1) with the late Rev. 0. H. Hermsen officiating. Mrs. Hermsen died May 9,1970. Mr. Hermsen is survived by three children, Mr. J. G. (Theresa Popp and John J. of Omaha, and Mrs. Carruthers ( Ann ) of Carroll; 11 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Florence Loew of Maple River and Mrs. Leonard (Rose Mary) Skow of Des Moines; and a brother, Ernest (Butch) Hermsen of Eldora. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by an infant son, a grandson, four brothers and a sister. Mr. Hermsen was a member of Holy Spirit Church; a charter member of the Carroll Elk's Lodge No. 1637; a member and past grand knight of Charles Carroll Council No. 780, Knights of Columbus; and a member of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. For many years he was in charge of the Knights of Columbus degree team. He was a past member of the Knights of Columbus Building Association. At the time of his death Mr. Hermsen was a director of the Iowa Restaurant Association. CRIME GRANT WASHINGTON (AP)-Iowa will be part of a proposed national crime fighting strategy program because of a $205,978 grant, the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration said Monday. C. H. (Mae) Hermsen Carroll - Age 61 Friends may call al the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 3 p.m. Tuesday Elks Memorial Service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Knights of Columbus and parish rosary at 8 p.m Tuesday Mass of the Resurrection 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 year*

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