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Page 7A STATE Ct KIATDOKI GATHS Southern Illinoisan, Tuesday, November 1, 1994 Netsch portrays Edgar as lifeless bureaucrat DECATUR (AP) Democratic challenger Dawn Clark Netsch accused Republican Gov. Jim Edgar of a failure of leadership Monday, saying his first term has amounted to "four years of doing nothing." At stops in the friendly Democratic territory of her running mate, state Sen. Penny Severns, Netsch pleaded with workers to ignore the polls and throw out the man she portrays as a lifeless bureaucrat. "There is no vision, no sense of commitment," Netsch told more than 30 people pressed into the narrow Shelby County Democratic Party headquarters. "You have no idea why he wants to do this for four more years." Edgar was confident enough in his own prospects to spend the day campaigning in western Illinois to boost GOP chances of taking control of the Illinois House. "I'd hate to wake up the day after (the election) and realize we didn't work hard enough in a couple districts that might have made the difference," he said as he crisscrossed the region in a camper and helicopter. At times, the incumbent appeared more focused on unseating Chicago Democrat Michael Madigan as House speaker than he did in winning his own race. "Nothing would reduce my stress level more than my not having to call Mike Madigan Mr. Speaker anymore," Edgar told a Beardstown rally on behalf of 95th District House candidate Rich Myers, who is challenging Rep. Bill Edley, D-Macomb, one of Edgar's nastiest legislative critics. Madigan has a 67-51 majority in the House, but Republicans hope to pick up nine seats and have control of the governor's mansion and both the House and Senate for the first time in 24 years. Jury rules $5 million LAS VEGAS (AP) The Las Vegas Hilton and its parent company were ordered Monday to pay $5 million in punitive damages for failing to protect a former Navy lieutenant from drunken aviators at the 1991 Tailhook convention. The federal jury's ruling brings Paula Coughlin's total award to $6.7 million. "I think justice was served," Coughlin said, speaking with reporters for the first time since the trial began Sept. 12. "This sends a message that you can't tolerate abusing women even for making money." Coughlin blew the whistle on the drunken debauchery at the meeting of drunken Navy and Marine aviators. A Pentagon report said 83 women were assaulted or molested at the convention. Reward considered for missing boys UNION, S.C. (AP) Frustrated investigators looking into the disappearance of two little boys in an alleged carjacking were considering offering a reward Monday after receiving a growing number of calls from "psychics." Also Monday, the television program "A Current Affair" reported that a friend of Susan Smith, the boys' mother, failed a lie detector test question about whether he was withholding information in the case. The 24-year-old friend, Mitch Sinclair, declined to answer questions about the report Monday night. r Community Continued from 5A ested in serving are asked to call the hospital administration office at 542-2146. The committee will meet with the hospital board either quarterly or twice annually Turk said. He said the group will solicit feedback from the customers of the hospital and community at large. He said the committee will include 25-35 people covering the"full spectrum" of races, religions, careers, economic status and other variables. The first meeting will probably be in January. R egion Groups get grants: Two Southern Illinois organizations will share $9,200 to promote environmental education and solid waste management. Carbondale Clean & Green will get $6,600 to continue a phone book recycling program and to develop a recycling guide for local residents. The group also will hold teacher workshops and provide ed Earlier in Petersburg, the governor heralded the efforts of Sherman Republican Raymond Poe to succeed Democratic Rep. Vickie Moseley, criticizing the Springfield Democrat for opposing the death penalty for drug kingpins. Edgar also campaigned for Rep. Jay Ackerman, R-Morton, who is running for re-election against Democrat Grace Bunn Lievens of Morton. Netsch, who is trying to make up a more than 2-1 deficit in the polls, continued the double-barrel attack that has been central to her campaign in its waning days. She targeted Edgar's shortcomings and promoted her plan to raise income taxes and lower property taxes. Among Edgar's problems, she said at a news conference in Taylorville, was his administration's refusal to disclose information about four local children who were diagnosed with an extremely rare form of cancer. Some people were concerned that environmental factors may have played a role in the development of the cancer, called neuroblastoma, which affects the adrenal glands and nervous system and occurs primarily in children under 10. Netsch said Edgar should have forced the state to release the information: "If he would ever step up and provide the leadership, he could shake that information loose." Edgar, after being told of her remarks, said he had good reason not to release the information until ordered to by the Supreme Court. "If her idea of leadership is breaking the law, I guess I am not that type of leader," Edgar said. "There was confidential information that we had under the law that we could not release. That was our interpretation. That was what our lawyer, the attorney general (Democrat Roland Burns) told us." Hilton must pay to Tailhook plaintiff Coughlin settled for an undisclosed amount with the Tailhook Association before the trial started. The jury awarded Coughlin $1.7 million in compensatory damages Friday, ruling that the Hilton failed to provide adequate security at the convention. Since it also determined that Hilton had acted with malice, the jury returned Monday to deliberate punitive damages, aimed at punishing a wrongdoer and deterring such conduct in the future. Coughlin had testified that she was trapped in the hotel's third-floor hallway one night during the convention by a group of men who shoved their hands down her bra and tried to reach up her skirt and pull off her underwear. Coughlin's attorney urged jurors to issue a multimillion dollar award Mrs. Smith told authorities she was en route to visit Sinclair, a family friend, when the children were taken in a carjacking last week. Union County Sheriff Howard Wells said Sinclair was not a suspect. Three-year-old Michael Smith and his 14-month-old brother, Alex, have not been seen since Oct. 25, when Mrs. Smith reported that a man jumped in her car, then ordered her out at gunpoint, taking the boys still strapped in safety seats. With no firm leads and no motive six days into the nationwide man ucational activities for students, including an environmental fair and a recycling library. Mount Vernon Bright and Beautiful will get $2,600 to continue a magazine recycling program and its education programs. A total of $75,000 was awarded to 1 1 organizations as part of the Keep Illinois Beautiful program. Any Illinois city or county certified by Keep America Beautiful can apply for the grants. Each city or county has agreed to forward the grant funds to a not-for-profit community organization for implementation of the program. The money for the grants comes from the Solid Waste Management Fund at the Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources. Revenue for the fund is generated by tipping fees collected from owners and operators of sanitary landfills. Local organizations and business provide matching funds to qualify for the state grants. Fund-raiser Saturday: An all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast will be held from 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday in the old Royalton school. Proceeds will go to the family of Jennifer Rose, age 3, who has leukemia. Funds will be IN BRIEF Panel to oversee troubled school SPRINGFIELD (AP) The Illinois State Board of Education appointed a three-member panel Monday to oversee the finances of the troubled East St. Louis school district. Richard J. Mark, president and chief executive officer of St. Mary's Hospital of East St. Louis, will serve as chairman of the group, which will meet for the first time Wednesday. The 14,000-student school district was struggling with a $ 10 million debt and severe teacher shortage when the State Board of Education voted last month to take financial control. Robert Oakes, former superintendent of Decatur School District 61, and Saundra J. Hudson, a senior systems analyst at North American Lime Co. in Alton and a member of the Edwardsville School District Board of Education, are the panel's other members. Terry Bruce takes utility post MOUNT CARMEL (AP) Former 1 9th District Congressman Terry Bruce has been appointed director-at-large for the Mount Carmel Public Utility, company officials announced Monday. "What Terry brings to the table is a wealth of experience both with the Illinois Legislature and Congress in energy affairs," said company president Phil Barnhard. "He has good contacts nationally and can help out, or give us advice, at least, on lobbying positions to take." Bruce served as a Democratic congressman from 1984 to January 1993, and earlier spent 14 years in the Illinois Senate. He lost a primary challenge to Rep. Glenn Poshard. He has worked for Ameritech since leaving Congress. Bruce, an attorney, maintains an office and residence in Olney, but also spends a lot of time in Washington, D.C., troubleshooting for companies. "to get the (Hilton) shareholders' attention" to prevent future assaults or remove some company executives. "They're still equating the damage done to Paula Coughlin and her life to a broken lamp," said Dennis Schoville, one of Coughlin's attorneys. Hilton attorney Eugene Wait argued the Hilton had been punished enough by negative publicity and by the $1.7 million compensatory award. "We believe that the message has already found it's way to the Las Vegas Hilton," he said. "Your verdict punished the Hilton." Financial statements introduced in court Monday showed the net worth of Hilton Hotel Corp. at $1.1 billion and the Las Vegas Hilton at $274 million. hunt for the alleged abductor, Wells said a growing number of calls on the case were "of a psychic nature." "They're the result of someone having a vision, or having a dream or someone saying, I just have a strong belief that if you look here this is what you're going to find,'" he said. He added: "If... money is going to motivate some types of individuals to give us solid information, we may go into a reward" later this week. He said a company in the area had donated $10,000 to a reward fund. used for her medical care and travel expenses. Cost of the breakfast is $3. A special bank account has been established for donations at the Royalton facility of Herrin Security Bank. Friends off Education: Region 2 of the Illinois Education Association-National Education Association recently honored "Friends of Education," selected by local education associations. The honorees and the association are as follows: Earl Edmonds, Anna Elementary Education Association; Esther Mary Ayers, Anna-Jonesboro Community High School Education Association; The Southern Illinoisan, Carbondale Elementary Education Association; Betty Cer-ney, Cobden Education Association; Diane Churillo, Dongola Education Association; Carol Bas-tien, Elverado Education Association; Fred Colombo, Herrin Education Association; Gary and Peggy Etherton, Murphysboro Education Association; Vera Eu-banks, Sesser-Valier Education Association; Ensign Bickford Co., Shawnee Education Association; and Hazel Loucks, SIU-CSBO. Hilda C. Leonard DU QUOIN Hilda C. Leonard, 86, died at 8:10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, in Fairview Nursing Cen ter in Du Quoin. services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Meal-McClure Memo rial Chapel, with the Rev. Richard Daly officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park in Du Quoin. Visitation will be from 8 a.m. to 1 1 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the Fairview Nursing Center. Hilda was a owner and operator of Leonard Studio in Chester. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, and served as vice president of the Fairview Nursing Center Resident Council. She was born Feb. 20, 1908, in Du Quoin, to Lawrence and Emma (Petry) Koerber. She married Justin Leonard June 14, 1932, in Du Quoin. He died March 7, 1990. Survivors include two nieces, Dorothy Buza of Du Quoin and Kathy Webb of Benton; three nephews, Jared Webb and Caleb Webb, both of Benton; and Austin Buza of Du Quoin; one sister-in-law, Shirley Koerber of Du Quoin; and several cousins and many special friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, two sisters, Agnes and Pauline; and one brother, Edward. Cletus Quertermous CREAL SPRINGS Cletus Quertermous, 77, died at 1:08 a.m. Monday, -Oct. 31, 1994, in Marion Memorial Hospital. services win oe at li a.m. Wednesday at Cosby Funeral Home, with burial in Creal Springs City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mr. Uuertermous worked as a farmer and cattle buyer. He was a member of Creal Springs VFW Post 9763. He was also a Protestant. He was a veteran of World War II and the Korean Conflict. He was born Sept. 14, 1917, in Hampton, to Lutie and Mabel (Wall) Quertermous. He married Mildred Murphy in 1950. She died May 16, 1994. Survivors include two sons, Nor man Quertermous of Creal Springs and Dr. Thomas Quertermous of Nashville, Tenn,; one brother, Bob Quertermous of Simpson; one sister, Margie Chittenden of Paducah; and two grandchildren, Shane and Shawn Quertermous, both of Creal Springs. He was also preceded in death by one brother and one sister. James W. Stilley MARION James W. Stilley, 69, of 10340 Briarwood St., Rose- lawn, Ind., formerly of Marion, died at 4 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994, in St. Anthony s Medical Center. Mr. Stilley retired from U.S. Steel, Gary Works, and Mansteel, of Mansfield, Mo. He was a 32nd degree Mason, and was a member of Lake Lodge 157 F & AM and was active in Mernllville Little League. He was born July 23, 1925, in Marion, to Guy Stilley and Frances (Fulkerson) Stilley. He married Betty (Gulledge) Still ey. She died July 24, 1991. Survivors include two sons and daughters-in-law, Morrie and Linda Stilley of Merrillville, Ind. and Gene and Lynette Stilley of Silver Dale, Wash.; two daughters, Mrs. Tim (Patricia) O'Connor of Wheatfield, Ind. and Pamela Davis of Troy, Mo.; eight grandchildren, Mrs. George (Maria) Paradowski, Rodney Kaser, Amanda David, Lisa Stilley, Michael Stilley, Jody Stilley, John Stilley and David Stilley; three great-grandchildren, Krista Paradowski, Kaitlyn Paradowski and Matthew Paradowski; four brothers, Floyd, Guy Jr., Carl and and Charles Stilley, all of Marion; and three sisters, Bonnie Fuller of Marion, Hazel Finn of Huntsville, Ala. and Leesa Grant of Marion. He was preceded in death by his wife. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Mitchell-Hughes Funeral Home, with the Rev. Paul Johnston officiating. Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery in Marion. Visitation will be from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Chester Memorial Hospital Admitted Oct 30 Hen-ell, Aspen, Chester Discharged Warren, Dana, Percy Carbondale Memorial Hospital Admitted Oct 31 Wood, Elsie, Carbondale Discharged Oct 30 Wright, Mary and daughter, Broughton Du Quoin Marshall Browning Admitted Oct 28 Galbraith, Mary, Du Quoin Discharged Varner, Brenda and daughter, Du Quoin Swayne, Heather and son, Du Quoin Smith, Ellen, Mulkeytown Tindall, Dorothy, Royalton Admitted Oct 30 Welch, Mollie, Du Quoin Harrisburg Medical Center Discharged Oct 30 Oxford, Christine, Harrisburg Furlong, Minnie, Harrisburg Newton. Willard, Efizabethtown Sears, Crystal, Eldorado Gurtey, Elizabeth, Stonefort Herrin Hospital Admitted Oct 28 Anderson, Jack Eugene, Herrin Laffoon, Geraldine, Carterville Pasquino, Frank, Zeigler Martin, Kathleen, Energy Reed, Edmond, Johnston City Discharged Oct 28 Casey, Lola, Herrin Davie, Louise, Herrin Dinga, Bobbi, Carterville Karales, Brenda, West Frankfort McKown, Elizabeth, Carterville Overturf, Edward, West Frankfort Pasquino, Frank, Zeigler Penninger, Esco, Herrin Stewart, Lillian, Herrin Wiggins, William, Herrin Admitted Oct 29 Cox, Mamie, Herrin Eickhoff, Billy, Thompsonville Ensinger, Virginia, Thompsonville Parr, Doyle, Orient Tunezi, Helen, Carterville Brckovich, Hilda, Buckner Discharged Oct 29 Armes. Emma, West Frankfort EovakJ, Charles, Herrin Eubanks, Jessie, Benton Hester, Ruby, Christopher Hunter, AD en, Energy Jordan, Mickey, Herrin Admitted Oct 30 Biba, Ernest, Energy Smith, Ruth, Carterville Discharged Grove, Larry, Zeigler Parr, Doyle, Orient , Marion Memorial Hospital Discharged Oct 30 Morris, Lola, Marion Elmer T. Schaefer MARION Elmer T. Schaefer 71, formerly of Marion, died at 5:20 a.m. Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, in American Beauty Nursing Home in West rranktort. Mr. Schaefer worked for 25 years in electrical construction and 15 years in custodial work. He was a member of Calvary Bap tist Church in West Frankfort, a Bi ble Study leader, and a World War I Air Force veteran who had served in the South Pacific in the Philippines. He was born Oct. 9, 1923, in Her rin, to Laneer J. Schaefer and Catha leen B. (Smith) Schaefer. He married Mollie Jane (Price) Schaefer on July 24, 1965, in Gore- ville. She died May 1, 1985. Survivors include three sons, Gor don Smith of Herrin, Herbert Smith of Thompsonville and Jessie Smith of Pittsburg; four daughters, Clarice Chamness of Johnston City, Betty Winchester of Marion, Juanita Han- dley of Johnston City and Sheha Riggs of Marion; 22 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and one sister, Marva June Knight of Route 1, Marion. He was also preceded in death by his parents, seven brothers, three grandchildren and two great-grand children. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednes day at Mitchell-Hughes Funera Home in Marion, with the Rev. Alan Summers officiating. Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Ralph Bonds CARBONDALE Ralph Bonds, 77, of Bismarck, Mo., formery of Carbondale, died Sept. 20, 1994, in his home in Bismarck. He was born July 27, 1917, in Carbondale, to Alonzo and Bessie (Jolly) Bonds. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers, William Bonds, Lester Bonds and Virgil Bonds; and one sister, Golda Sy mons. Mr. Bonds was an Army veteran, retiring after 25 years of service. He is survived by his wife, Ruth Vandeford Bonds of Bismarck; one stepson, Ralph Hixson of St. Anns, Mo.; two stepgrandsons; one sister, Hettie Loretta (Mrs. Morman) Flow ers of Springfield; and serveral nieces, nephews and cousins. Services were Sept. 24 at the Cald well Chapel. Evangelist Bernie Crum officiated. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery in Park Hills, Mo. Virginia Dare Hartwell DE SOTO Virginia Dare Hart- well, 74, of DeSoto died at 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994 at her resi dence. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Meredith Funeral Home, Carbondale, with the Rev. Ron Wells officiating. Burial with graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Stewart Cemetery, Dexter, Ky. Friends may call after 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Hartwell had worked as a packer for the Hollywood Candy Company in Centralia and retired in 1976. She was born on Sept. 9, 1920, in Dexter, Ky., to James Henry and Virdie Cordilla (Mathis) Jackson. She married James Zeke Hartwell in 1953 at Centralia. He preceded her in death on July 4, 1970. She is also preceded in death by her parents, and two brothers, Glen and Chester Jackson. Survivors include two sons, Charles Terry, of Centralia, and Larry Terry, of Bowling Green, Ky.; one daughter, Sue Barton, of Carbondale; 14 grandchildren, including Bobby Dempsey, Cindy Terry, Kim Web ster, whom she raised, nine great grandchildren; and two sisters, Urel Hovekamp, of Paducah, Ky., and Dorothy Pawlisa, of Falbrook, Calif. Joyce Haggarty WEST FRANKFORT Joyce Haggarty, 56, of 214 E. Elm St., died at 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994, at home. Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Masonic and Oddfellows Cemetery in Benton, with the Rev. Alan Summers officiat ing. Visitation will be after 9 a.m. Wednesday at Union Funeral Home in West Frankfort. Murphysboro St. Joseph Memorial Admitted Oct 30 Robinson, Terry, Chester Moore, Raymond, Murphysboro Rader, Mary, Murphysboro Lipe, Paul, Murphysboro Lipe, Norris, Murphysboro Discharged hill, Georgia, Carbondale Belford, Kerry and daughter, Carbondale Zhang, Bonan and son, Carbondale Trexter, Robert, Murphysboro Wallace, Evelyn, Murphysboro Grammer, Helen, Murphysboro Sparta Community Hospital Admitted Oct 30 McLaughlin, Rae, Coulterville Bonham, Glenn, Coulterville Vansandt Willian, Sparta Discharged Tallo, Irene, Willisville West Frankfort Union Hospital Admitted Oct 30 Baker, Ida, West Frankfort Odam, Jerry, West Frankfort Althoff , Hattie, West Frankfort Discharged Minton, Randel, Benton Rains, Matthew, West Frankfort Price, Eva, West Frankfort Smothers, Jessica, West Frankfort Baker, Ida, West Frankfort Ricki Bailey MACEDONIA Ricki Bailey, 69, of Bowling Green, Ohio, and a former Hamilton County resident, died at 1:25 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994, at the Community Nursing Home in Bowling Green, Ohio. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at Mount Nebo Cemetery in Macedonia, with the Rev. Larry Clyatt officiating. There will be no visitation. Friends are asked to go directly to the cemetery. Hobbs-Johnson Funeral Home in Benton is in charge of the arrangements. Elizabeth Yarber MOUNT VERNON Elizabeth "Betty" Yarber, 71, died at 11:15 a.m. Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, in Jef-fersonian Nursing Home. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Oakwood Cemetery in Mount Vernon. Those attending the service are asked to go directly to the cemetery. There will be no visitation. Hughey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Anna Williams DALE Anna B. Williams, 52, died at 11:42 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994, in Ferrell Hospital in Eldorado. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Gholson Funeral Home in McLeansboro. Burial will be in Dig-by Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Willie Murray BROOKPORT Willie L. "Bill" Murray, 88, died at 9:55 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, 1994, in Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Metropolis. Services will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at New Bethel Free Will Baptist Church with the Rev. Clifford Mor-phus officiating. Burial will be in Shady Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be after 11 a.m. Wednesday at the church. Jackson Funeral Home in Metropolis is in charge of arrangements. Phyllis Harris MOUNT VERNON Phyllis L. Harris, 33, of 606 S. 15th St., died at 4:35 a.m. Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, at St. Mary's Hospital, Centralia. Arrangements are incomplete at Jack son Funeral Home, Mount Vernon. Roy Calvert WEST FRANKFORT Roy Calvert, 67, of 717 Illinois, died at 1:20 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, in the Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Marion. Arrangements are incom plete at Union Funeral Home. Ward Walshon GRAND CHAIN Ward E. Walshon, 44, died Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, in Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Barkett Funeral Home in Mounds. Hazel Fuqua BELKNAP Hazel Fuqua, 85, died at 1:50 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, in Union County Hospital, Anna. Arrangements are incomplete at Wilson Funeral Home in Karnak. Mical Smith SWANWICK Mical F. Smith, 53, of Route 1, died at 3:46 a.m. Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, in Memorial Hospital of Belleville. Arrangements are incomplete at Pyatt Funeral Home in Pmckneyville. Thomas Yearian DU QUOIN Thomas L. Yeari an, 77, of Shawsville, Va., formerly of Du Quoin, died Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994, in Blacksburg, Va. Arrange ments are incomplete at Neal-McClure Funeral Home. BDQTTK1S VOGEL, Patty and Danny of Panama City Beach, Fla., a son, Friday, Oct. 28, 1994, in Panama City. Grandparents are Nadine and Russell Reeves of Murphysboro and Herb Voqel of Carbondale and Alice Vogel of Orlando, Fla. BUTLER, Thomas and Kimberty, a son, Fri day, Oct. 28, 1994, Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. ROBINSON, Kenneth and Lori of Carbondale, son, Sunday, Oct. 30, 1994, Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. BURROW, Martha of Makanda, a son, Mon day, Oct. 31, 1994, Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. HILUARD, Gregory and Lisa of Marion, a daughter, Monday, Oct. 31, 1994, Memorial Hospital of Carbondale. Beautiful flovxrs anijFloral Slrranfjcmaiis far mj Occasion Jree Dchvcry "TeUlora VisaJHasiaCarl floxoers hy Country fair (618)457-5604 Jlovxrs hy Martin jfools (618)687-1111 .J Qffl

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