Ukiah Dispatch Democrat from Ukiah, California on May 21, 1948 · Page 3
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•AY, MAY 21, 1948 DISPATCH DEMOCRAT, UKIAH, CALIFGRNIA FAGE THREE* • rVii»..#i »yy ^i 10, 20, SO, 40, 50 YEARS AGO •J f EN YEARS AGO Because she refused to marry him, IJouis.Canobbio shot to death Mrii. Stella Pardlni, widow of Be- Wgnio Pardlni, owner of the r^hch iiear Pleta where Ganobbio had worked for. years.. After shooting khe woman he mutilated her face jbV' slashing it with a knife. Later gheused the stoe rifle to kill him- jself. • [overcome by carbon dioxide gas '4n a wine vat which he was clean- S'ng, Jack, Fbniasero, wellknown tvineyardist, was found dead' Wednesday/by his brother Pete. The dead man had probably realized his .danger, too late and had made an-,iBffort to leave the tank, as he v*^as found with one foot caught liri a rung of the ladder, as though Overcome while attempting to climb J out. The brothers had come ^('^ this section 30 years ago and 'located near Forsythe creek, 10 'miles north of xnciah. Mrs.. Edna Crawford, v^rife of [Charles Grawford, was found delad in 1 bed the morning of May 27. Mrs. Crawford had been in falling health ior many months and her [death was attributed to an overdose^ of chloroform, taken to relieve her pain and induce sleep. Redwood Valley residents are preparing for a barbecue and fes- ftival in the Linn grove, sponsored by the Are prevention association lor the purpose of raising funds to buy fire-flghting equipment. A dance in Grange hall in the evening will conclude a day of frolic. After i-etuming from the coast, •where he is believed to have contracted the mumps, District Attorney James E. Busch took to his bed and left the Talmage baseball jfeam without a shortstop. Marion Notles, a Point Arena high school youth, took major honors at the 14th annual v/ool, show at Sacramento by winning the California Wool Marketing Asso- cIa,tlon trophy.for the best fleece, the Bank of America Agricultural Credit Corporation trophy for grand champion fleece in the junior division • and the Sacramento .'^ 1 iChamber of Commerce trophy for ^^^'arst prize fleece from fine wool Sheep in the Future Farmer sec- ion.' ) : Charles' Burke, a member of he N.yf.P.' section crew, at Dos 1^ Xibs, was run down by a freight pin while walking through the Siirinel on May 21. He was found Several hours later by his father Ind taken to the hospital at Willits where he died. ; \ TWENTY YEXRS AGO May 26, 1928 A plane belonging to the Stand- it'd.pU-Company, carrying a'party )f; tlire^. company employees from jiirringame, was badly wrecked at lV;illits.where it hud landed in a Stain > field. The grain was high iiid; the ground rough and they lyerfe unable to malce a good take- o'flC. and. the plane hit the top of ui oak tree, IViayor W. D. L. Held resigned IS president of the Ukiah Cham, bfer of 'Commerce and William 3'rbfflley- was elected to fill the vacancy. Mr. Held, in his letter ol "esighation said that the mayor- ihip'would occupy all the time he iould give to civic duties. fCoyelo hears that E. A. Gravier las purchased the Sanitary Meat Market recently sold to L. J. Lane )f WlUits. After a week of sultry, oppres- liye weather the thunder storm which had threatened broke over ilound valley Sunday afternoon, fccdompanied by terrific claps of - iiunder and flashes of lightning, vith a downpour of rain that Ireshened vale and hillside. Two women chicken thieves (Were tried in the justice court at Tjyillits, both charged with the Srinie of burglary with the intent to steal chickens of Charles Allen, i neighbor. They were given probation and a scathing- lecture by Justice Burke. Ira Spencer, poineer resident of Potter VaUey, died in XJkiah Sat- irday after a short ilness. Frank Tweedy was taken from he Ukiah hospital to his Redwood l^alley home the first of the week. Potter Valley Irrigation district vas publishing notice of a special )ond eelction to be held on June 12 to endorse a $100,000 bond isue. Edward Maranda, Redwood Valey Indian running unattached, won the, "baby marathon" from uSlistoga to Napa Sunday over a »urse of 27 V6 miles and ended strongly. Fourth place was won by • foe Myers, who will be the Ukiah •epresentativ'e in the Redwood Empire • marathon in June. > ' The N.W.P. will extend its yard xacks at Calpella. , A. P. Weger & Son, operating 1 stage service between Ukiah md Orr Springs have applied to *e railroad commission for auth- Jrity ib discontinue the service. Frank Pardini had his leg broken Sunday afternoo;: in an accident on the Virgin Gre^k grade when their Reo truck turned over. .Nine other persons in the truck escaped unhurt. With the arrest this week of Kurt Ludwig, auditor of the Goodyear Redwood Lumber Company of Elk, further light has been thrown On the system of uncensored communication .between the United States and Germany by Way 6f .Stockholm,..Sweden. Ludwig is listed as: a dang^rflus alien enemy. Evidence disclosed aftei: a' raid at his home Ijy federal officers will result, it is said, in hfegor ti^tions between this country and Sweden. Tliere were letters mailed by him to the Deutscher Huelfsve- rein in Stockholm containing letters addressed to his father, who is a German police official. Answers were directed through the same channel. Ludwig is a German reserve .officer. As a result of a cutting Kcrape at Irmulco, C. "G. and Pete Martinez are in the county jail and Frank Wilson, their victim, is in a dangerous condition at the county hospital. The .fight was said to Wve started in the cookhouse when Wilson objected to one of the Mexicans reaching across his plate at the table. After the meal the two men mixed outside where Wilson floored the Mexican when he drew his. knife. The other man drew a knife and attacked Wilson, their afternoon meal. The tomatoes were considered something of a treat and all ate heartily-^of them; County PhysiciJm LJftchild quickly diagnosed the trouble, iand succeeded in treating all so that they were out of danger and tlie following day , were able to • again take nourishment. The wool market is very dull at this time with the buyers offering only 6 to 8 cents per pound with practically rip offers to buy Clyde Brewer has been appointed city marshal of Ukiah. Mendocino city has raised aboiit $700 for the Fourth of July celebration and expects a rousing time. Joseph t«6ars sold yhis interest in his machine shop at Willits to George Richardson this week and has departed for England. M. A. Gilkison, for many years with the White Lumber Conipany at Greenwood, has returned from Seattle and.re-entered the employ of the White company. Articles of incorporation of the Point Arena Mercantiel Company are on file in the office of the county clerk. The capital stock is $15,000 and the directors are A. Stornetta, W. E. Poster, M. J. Pal- lascid, W. Jensen, G. R. Jahnigen, Charles Galletti and Fred Warren. Ukiah Junior Riding Club FIFTY YEARS AGO MfY 27, 139S , Emmet Donohoe returned from , 'Ctimptche this week where he has severing an artery under his right i been surveying the new road from arm: Mr." and Mrs. M. A. Nolan returned to their Caspar home this week from their wedding trip. Max Widasky, manager of. the Potter Valley Mercantile Company, had business ili Ukiah the first of the week, George Hamer, who has bought Comptche. to the north fork of the Navarro river. He says that earthquakes are still prevalent in that section and that the, earth is cracked in a number of places. Shocks are preceded by loud reports and large limbs are shaken from trees. The Ukiah city trustees met a transfer business in San Jose, .Monday evening to appohit a clerk was in Ukiah this week closing up his affairs. Eiler Oppenlander, ' Comptche merchant and postmaster, paid the countyseat a.short visit last weekend, , Gus Erickson received broken ribs in an accident at Outlet while engaged in road work. Victor Springer and Hazel McWaters of Willits were injured in &h auto accident south of Willits wMch wrecked the car completely. FORTY YEARS AGO May 29, 1908 : Charley Hurt was down from Round valley this week and speaking of conditions there said he is very hopeful of the future. The crops are unusually good this year and a and hay is expected. He predicted two things for the valley: First, the Republican party is getting so badly boss-ridden that the Indians will no longer support the ticket. Second, Round valley will soon go dry, and then. Third, the world will come to an end. William Hough was brought into Ukiah Tuesday morning by Al Linn, and was treated by Dr. Lathrop for a bullet wound in his arm which Hough believes was fired f rora.^mbush by an unknown person with intent to kiU him. Hough is a laborer employed at the Johnson-camp and was on the road from the camp to the county road, near the Hoe place when he was shot by someone from a short distance away. The matter is being investigated by county authorities. Sixteen prisoners in the county jail became violently sick Wednesday shortly after eating a quantity of canned tomatoes with to succeed the late W. E. Deering. A great many people desired the board to appoint Mrs. Deering to the vacancy, but that was found to be Ulegal. W. G. Poage told the {joard that if they would appoint him he would do the work and allow Mrs. Deering the salary. It was done. Charles M. Mannon graduated from Stanford University this week with high honors. He took the course in history and law. Judge and Mrs, Mannon went down last Sunday to attend the graduation. T. M. Cleland has purchased a hay press and is preparing to bale hay at reasonable prices. A pretty wedding took place Wednesday afternoon in the Meth- large yield of grain odist Church, South, - when John fnppfpri. "'-•"li"*'"''Haip of Hopland and Miss Mary Pemberton of Ukiah took the vows with Dr. Hannon officiating. In the trial of Ves Palmer of Covelo in Federal court at San Francisco last week Palmer was acquitted of the charge of selling liquor to the Indians. When the case came to trial and the Indians wSre put on the stand they swore that they had stolen the liquor and that Pidmer had nothing to do with it. J. C. Bauer, the hop merchant, who is largely interested in tjie Cunningham-Bauer ranch across the river, died in Victoria, B.C., last Saturday. He was 62 years of age. Grant Richards, editor of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat, was brought to the state hospital here last Monday evening. Following a second nervous collapse he became violent and it was found necessary to bring him here for treatment. June Wedding Date Is Chosen By Barbara Rawles, James McCuUoch A wedding in June will culminate a romance begun in childhood, when Barbara Alma Rawles 7:30 in the Methodist church. In becomes the bride of James (Jim)" McCuUoch on June 20 at order to have all the relatives and friends of the popular young couple present tg witness their troth, they plan to invite the public to the rites at which the Rev. Charles A. Lindemann will officiate. Their engagement was a sur-, prise announcement at a Grange meeting in Redwood Valley Friday ni,ght where the bride-to-be. Grange officer, displayed her new ring while her 16th birthday was being celebrated by the 58 members present. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Rawles, ranchers of Redwood Valley where new home is being built for the young people. Barbara has a brother Tommy and a sister, Anita Kay, who will be one of her attendants. Also chosen to attend her is tier cousin, Nadine Cochrane. The groom-elect was born in Willits, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. McCuUoch of Ukiah. He has lived most of his life in Ukiah where both young people attended local schools. ~ Barbara, a high school junior will complete her senior year after her marriage,'Jim,-who graduated in 1945 is associated with his father in the logging business. He served'in the army during the war and spent mucii of his military term in Korea. He Will be attended by Hal Bishop of Ukiah. The McCuUoch home is on Grove street. Jim has three younger brothers, Bobby, David and Lorry and a sister Barbara, all of whom are living at home. THIRTY YEARS AGO May 24, 1918 Guido Marini was kiUed and NON^SUPPORTER' LOCATED Merle Alexander Freeman, formerly of this section, was taken into custody at Tacoma, Washington, last week and held for disposition. Negotiations between District Attorney Busch and Freeman's attorney at Tacoma-may result in arrangements for payments toward the support of Freman's children, and his release without returning to Ukiah. L. A. ATTORNEY HERE Atty., Dan Cohein and his wife were here from Los Angeles most of last week while he attended to legal business for a Willits lumber firm. They stayed in the Palace hotel and visited Mr. and Mrs. Allen G. Scott, Los Angeles freinds who have lived here since December and are moving this week to 724 South State street. REOIOD VALLEY REDWOOD VALLEY, May 17.^. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Martin and baby Gene came up l«st T^eek to attend the fUneral 6^ Mrs. Martin's imcle, Kirby Ford. While here they v/ere witli Mrs. Martin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cromwell. This was little Gene's first visit to the home of his grandparent^. Mrs. Martin returned to the city the following day and Mrs. Martin remained untU Saturday, when she was accompanied home by Mr, and Mrs. Cromwell, who returned to the valley on Sunday. While Mrs. Martin was in the valley .she entertained *Mrs. Frank Braoscm on Friday. Mrs. Branson and Mrs. Cromwell were, rooni- mates before their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Thurber and little daughter Lee Ann of Oakland spent Mother's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Trowbridge, Mr, arid Mrs. Ernest Nelson and son Norvall of Napa were recent visitors of Mr, and Mrs. Emil Poma. The Nelsons formerly lived in the valley, selling their ranch to Mr. and Mrs. W. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gomes of San Leandro were also guests at the Poma. home. Mr. Gomes whUe here'was on a fishing trip and had the misfortune to break his arm in two places. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hageman of Oaldand enjoyed the hospitality of the Pomas, too. Mrs. Gladys Terry flew up from San Francisco to be with her moth:, er. Mrs. H. C. Crowfoot, on Mother's Day and to visit her daughter, Barbara. Mrs. Crowfoot also enjoyed a visit over Mother's Day from her son and famUy of Vallejo. *; JUNIOR RIDERS are busy getlirijs ready for their own events ia the ' Spring Roundup at the Fair Grounds Jvna 6. Some of their members reading left to right, top row. are: Gary Smith, Myrna Bingham (president), Judy Bingham. Janet MacDonald. Shirley Shaul. Bottom row: Don Evans, OrviUe Evans. Bobby Evans, Jackie Phillips, Harold Evans, Jim Foucault. • Point Arena POINT ARENA, May 13—Mrs. J. Munton and Dorothy returned home Friday afternoon from Vallejo, where they spent the week shopping and visiting friends. . Alfred Phillips, Claire Phillips, Jack Gillmore and Judy Glaco- iriini. spent the weekend in Point Arena. Eddie Scaramella, Louis Biaggi, Ken Craig and Deryl Halloway attended the horse show and barbecue at Bobnville May 10. Bob Riboli was injured When he v/as thrown by a horse and trampled by two wprk horses last week. A bridal shower was given for Mrs. Jack Schwartz, the former Sarah Owens, Monday evening. May 10, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Owens. Thelma Miller and Jack Roof- ener were married at the Community Gospel Center on May 10. Alfred Phillips was best man and Norma Falleri bridesmaid. Mrs. Boy Falleri played the traditional wedding music. The Junior-Senior prom was held at the Point Arena high school Friday night. May 7, with Ralph Rawson playing. It was proclaimed a splendid supcess by all present, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sorensen maue a business trip to Fort Bragg on the 7th, Mr. and Mrs. Westfall went to Covelo and on their way home Tuesday will attend a missionary convention in Ukiah. Mrs. Jack Morton was ill in a Fort Bragg hospital last week. The Mendocino-Point Arena high school baseball game last Friday was called off because of rain. ^ Anderson Valley News PHILO, May 19. — Continued rains and showers, although beneficial for the grass, are having a slightly adverse effect on the spring sheep shearing, ranchers [rreport. Gowan's Barbecue , Mr. and Mrs. George Gowan were hosts at a barbecue picnic May 8 at their home near Philo in honor of Mother's Day A score of relatives and friends gathered to enjoy the lamb, tamale pie, salads of all kinds, cake ahd homemade ice cream which were served on the grounds near the Gowah home. Those present from the valley were Mr. and Mrs. M. Cecil Gowan, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gowan and children, David, Joan and Marie, Mrs. Elizabeth Gowan, Mi", and Mrs.. Judge Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Gowan, Mr. and Mrs. James Gowan, Norma, Dalene and Patricia Benton, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cook ahd their children, Ned, Patricia and Linda. Out of town visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albrecht of Fort Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Silvers of Caspar, Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan of Fort Bragg, Mrs. EUa Cook of Fort Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gowan of Berk'eley and Mrs. Frank Gowan's father, Henry Bucknell of Upper Lake, Edward Gowan of Oakland and Miss Labeita Williams of Santa Rosa. Those invited but unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward, Mr. and Mrs. George Burns, Charmian Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilliland, Mr.^ and Mrs. William Bightman, Mr. and Mrs.' Fred Wilier and Miss Margaret Albrecht, all of Philo; Mrs. Anna DeRosier of Fort Bragg, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Castro of Folsom, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tock and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tock of Gualala, Mr. and Mrs. Var Peterson and son and Mr. and Mrs. Albin Rinne and family of .Fort Bragg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Craig and fami. ly of Point Arena, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Robinson of Oakland, Edward Albrecht of Oakland, Mrs. Edward Gowan and family of Oakland and John Williams of Philo. A barbecue was also given last year by the Gowans. James rfotell and Mrs. Gedrge Gowan. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. D. R. (Lila) Laney who underwent major surgery In a Santa Rosa hospital recently is now convalescing at her home at 1122 West Church street. FRANK BEDNAHS HERE Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bednar of Foil Bragg were visitors Saturday, May 15, in their new Chrysler, at the home of his mother, Mrs. Jean Bednar of Talmage. They also visited friends in Ukiah before their return to the coast. Miss Laberta Williams of Santa Rosa spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Williams of PhUo. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Summers of Napa spent the weekend as guests of the Floyd McKinneys of PhUo and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Collins of Philo. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pascal, also of Napa. Mrs.'EUa Cook of Fort Bragg is visiting her son and family, the Wilson Cooks of Philo. Mrs. Cook has been at the ranch, since her son WUson's appendix operation. He has recovered now and she plans to return to her home. Mrs. Mary Rigdon of Philo, accompanied by her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore, spent a delightful weekend in Lakeport. Word was received Sunday of a baby l)oy bom in Fort Bragg last week, the first chUd of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Giovanetti. Mrs. Giovanotti was the former Mary Jane Modenese. Word was also received from Mrs. Grace Blattnes that a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Keenan of Fortuna last week, weighing seven -pounds, 11 ounces, and is named Dennis Michael. Mrs. Blaltner is the maternal grandmother. McMurphy Funeral The Odd Fellows took charge of the burial service of David McMurphy, an Odd Fellow who was interred at Ukiah May 6. Brother Odd Fellows who were paU bearers were George Gowan, Cecil Gowan, Rankin Rickard, Jumes Hotell, Cad Carlson and. Homer Mannix. Graveside burial services were conducted by Noble Grand George Gowan and Chaplain Homer Mannix. Also attending the services from the valley were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thrapp motored to Potter Valley Saturday to attend the rodeo. They reported a pleasant time and attended the rodeo Sunday and the dance Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Cook and family and Mrs. Ella Cook made a business trip to Cloverdale Saturday. Visiting the valley Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wolfe of Little River. Mr. Wolfe, who has a home at Little River, is employed at the Mendocino Drug Store and writes a column entitled. Wolf Howls. While l\ere they visited Miss Charmian Ward at the Style Shop. Saturday night is the time of the Rebekah card party which will be giveri in the lodge hali, a) i o'clock. These monthly parties have proven to be very popular and prizes and refreshments will be served following the card Kasch Will Attend Beach Conference A meeting of importance to all the Mundocino coast will be held Saturday -ifternoon at 2:30 in the Fort Bragg city hall when members of the city council meet with State Park Gommissioner Charles Kasch of Ukiah. The subject of discussion wUl be the Pudding Creek beach project and the possibility of adding it to the state system of park and beaches. Commissioner Kasch favors adding the beach to the state system and with the help of the Fort Bragg council, a way may be found to accomplish this. games. Also that night will be a dance given at Grange hall, with music by the Local Hotshots. Dancing will be from 9 to 2. It was reported that Donald Philbrook damaged his car Monday night when it skidded near the Philo Grange hall, leaving the road and smashing into the bank. Luckily, he was uninjured, although his car was reported to be quite badly damaged. Mrs. Ernest Weisse has been visiting in the bay area for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Victor LaVann motored to Santa Rosa Sunday to be dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dollarhide. Also planning to be at ihe dinner were Mrs. La- Vann's children, Mr. and Mrs. James .Dougherty and son of San Franciico, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hagamann and Stanley Hagamann. Mr. and Mrs. Dollarhide are the parents of .Stanley's fiancee, Miss Phyllis Dollarhide. Expects Revival Of Lamb Market Maurice Tindall, manager of the Farm Bureau Livestock Association, advises sheepmen that whUe the market is quiet now and the demuftd has slowed up he looks for a very active market after May 23, with prices maintained or improved. Ho urges growers to sell their lambs straiglit across, with the sorting done at the terminal, as bettor over-all prices will be obtained and advocates terminal market sales as bringing the best returns to growers. This is the marketing method followed by the association is the growers' insur- the grower gets what the stock is worth on the day of sale, and the association is the growers insurance against the future, when a buyer's market may prevail. Tindall urges all growers to attend the sheep grading demonstrations on Friday and Saturday of this week. They vvill learn a lot about the kind of stock they are raising. FOR TRADE MY LOT IN SAN JOSE FOR REAL ESTATE IN UKIAH VALLEY. Prefer Old Ranch Gibson, South iVi mi. Want River Land . B. Arthur Gibson 120 South 2 'hd St. SAN JOSE POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAl ADVERTISEMENT Elect . . . HUBERT B. SCUDDER Your Firtt District CONGRESSMAN AN EXPERIENCED LEGISLATOR— 16 years in the fcitale Legislature, elected at the Primary in seven of eight elections by the combined vote of Republican and Democratic supporters. This advenlsemeuf tponsored by Ioc*l lupponerj ol Scadder tot Coosren Announcing, . . an enlarged (Real Estate service for our Mendocino County Clients MULTrPLE LISTING BUREAU MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF REALTORS TO SELLERS, AND BUYERS OF REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES: Below you will find the names of realtors of Mendocino County who have formed a MULTIPLE LISTING BUREAU to give a wider service to: (1) Owners of properties that are offered for sale. (2) Prospective purchasers of Mendocino properties. Properties which are listed for sale with any member of the MULTIPLE LISTING BUREAU on the standard form suppUed all members are automatically listed with ALL members of the Bureau. The seller or buyer can deal with one broker of his choice and secure the COOPERATION OF other members of the MULTIPLE LISTING BUREAU. With every member COOPERATING to sell your property, you can expect RESULTS. The local man or the newcomer is also favorably affected by such COOPERATION when he wants to buy. When he calls at the office of a Bureau member, there will be available a wide choice of listed properties. KEEP THIS LIST FOB FUTURE BEFEBENCE: STROUT REALTY AGENCY Carmi L. Conrey Oliver W. Conrey UKIAM OSCAR F. ELPHICK Joe II. Wilson May E. Elphicic UKIAH FRED A. NASSIE Percy B. Ombaun Herman Bunkel Donald Nassie UKIAH CHARLES R. WELLER Ethel A. Sheehy FORT BRAGG R. C. J. RiTSCHEL WILLITS CHARLES E. ANDERSON C. N. Snyder UKIAH HERBERT M. COCHRANE UKIAH LEE B. WILSON UKIAH & WILLITS •V. E. Frost Mgr. Willits Office E. H. MAIZE & SONS CO. E. H. Maize E. H. Maize, Jr. James W. Maize Boland R. Johnsrud WILLITS WARD YOUNG Vema Corbett WILLITS

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