Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 17, 1958 · Page 4
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Paitr HOPS STAR, H8M, ARKANSAS Kb" Speculation on Possible Bowl Teams By 6D CORRIGAN AssocfflMd Press Spoils Writer- Basketball ttfpsd.-ly folijht, Ndv, 18 fiiirlc-nw at Kmrnel f/iicni.iry ;i! f!;n Ijillrl Siiiiitnud at Fotike UHiijIit nt Irfineburg S|H my Hill. O|>c-ii bnle Friday Night. Nov. 21 K.mmrt nt Willisvillc Spnr.K Hill ;it Oiii-mscy Sfinii'ieii .1! l>rli«bl Porkers Turn Back SHU in Major Upset The anntipl — nnrl sum <;«- ne Kniii" .,n MIM) lr;,ms In Dip bii; brm-l Dime's mm "it vill jilii.V Now VPIM-'.C liny brfjan ir todny. IfW-ny find OUInlinim nli-pn.-lv hnve flinched their berths «> ih.ii Hni rows Iho fiolt'. some Jown. whiclt clinched fhr Bit) H title more thnn » w"-k ;igo nif><; to lhf Rnsp How). Olilobnmi) w>}\ fntikc 1 nnnihor Irp to ilm Ortmg" flow I nlthoiiBli it Mil] must Ink" care of HIP for/nnliHc*: nt i,i;ni- Mill! up its llth stmight Big f! crown | But even 1,1 tno un,,k,,y ,,,„, ' Browns Move Nearer to the League Title By HAMOLb V. issocated Press Susrls Whiter The Southwell ennfercnce foul- bnll i HOP cnii. fm nil prar-'iral tjur- (JOBC'S. come to ;i closn Rndirftny-- oi- It ran be thrown Inlci wild Pm- filsioli. The- way things went Insl week llu> lalfer would hnve n finp chanor of prevailing. Texas Christian moved into th" undisputed lend when 17 Ice wi.s llpsol by Tovas A&M 28-21. South- By MIKE RAtHKT t .|-n Methodist fell nut of conlen- Associatecl Fress Sports Wrltiir |ti o n when II tnnk n 13-0 pasting , „ frnm lowly Arkansas. Jimmv " •* "• '•* Oli'vrlimd's riniuiiif! R r (i w n, virtuoso, to- ,,oar nm.thr,., and had 111 j division championship. ' s I Th.. linrri'lliim Cleveland full- head fn rthe Ornnce Ron! Tim bccnuse they hnve benli-n M,,- . bm . k Kl , ( , S(>ns , m ,.,„,„, d sour. IIP only tram thnt can 1,0-^ Sum]ny „„ ,„„ Bl , wns % w i, lcrt tie them for thn chiimpinn- 1 ,, nflispllU . r | |)OS;:ilSK j, m of fh . sl j place In ihr Knstern Conference Here is how Ihp major bowl »r>- Ship. up looks now with two weeks l.-fi of the season. Hose — Iowa vs. Cilif.n PM. Oniiitfp — Oklahoma vs. Air •Force Academy. Sugar — Louisiana Slntr vs. North Carolina. Col Ion—Texas Christian vs. Missi ssipp"! or Syracuse. Riyht behind is the Gator bowl, ft 20-10 victory at with ton. llrown yatiu-rl 152 yards in 27 wijiling in Hit' wines ftir SOP tries, tnlhlly oclipslnp tho stnnd- 'nrrl cf I.HO yards set in 12 sumes \ lw Steve Van Buren of Phlladcl- Syrncuso ,'i massed 1.103 pllia In M. The has yards m only eight games. A sophomore in pro ranks. Brown srorod twiet- on short Thr Cleveland standout leiim;-. that don't S,M In thp c/hers > hns 17 '"UchdownK for the season. 'i one short of Van "Huron's record. Cleveland's triumph, coupled with tin; 31-10 ims(:t of the New York Giants by Bobby Layne and his Pittsburgh mates, left the Gator possibilities include Vnndei-- Ibili nnd Florida. California has won 7 of ils I) games so far and has only to «et past much-bealen Stanford to Saturday TPXDS Chrislian to Houston to met Hire with tho idea of putting n lid on things The Christians can clinch the litk if they bent the Owl's because the) they would have only one same left to play an;l bourt a 2-Knme lead. Bill should Rice beat Texns Christian then those two teams would bo lied with 4-1 records .wl Southern Methodist, should it bon Bnylor, whom it plays in Dallas Mevembef 17, 19BS Hope Star Classified Ads A6S MUST BE IN OFFICE DAY IIFOR1 PUILI6ATION — PHONf ?«3431 FOK AD TAKER wrap iiu the Pacific Coast Confer- , ! Browns on top with ,1 0-2 i-ocord. nice title and the automatic Ho.so ! "iinncr-up New York Is a Bow] -bid that noes with il b " ck nl 5 ' 3 The Bi» B semis a team yoarlv ' ' - Tll(V ''• nc<> '" lne Western Confer to piny in ihe OrnnRc Bowl' Th'?l oncc virtually was broken wide ' opposition could be tho Air Force- Academy, which hasn't oven gni'J- liaied ils first class yet. The AFA has boon tied by Iowa once in fl <ipen as Baltimore's second-string ciiiartrrliack. Georgr Shaw, passed the Colls In a 17-0 triumph over Chicago's Bears. Baltimore has fiomes. Louisiana State, which had a 7-15 lr , squeaker over Mississippi Stale Tlu ' Saturday night, need qnlv defeat Tuliine this week to win iho Southwestern Conference championship. North Carolina slill Is the loo choice as the second Sugar Bowl a 7-1 re-cord for a two-game load over Chicago and Rams tied for (earn despite Noire Dame Saturday. The defo;it- snapped a 0-gnmc Tar Heel win Streak. With Pitt's M-0 loss lo Nebraska Syracuse appears to be about the top eligible in the Ens>l and that could earn (he Orange (he Sugar Bowl bid. In the olherlands Antilles in tho West Indies the official language is Dutch. But, only a Jew people speak any language English. Los Angeles the runner-un by knocking off Green Bn.v In other Ramos, balfbnc> Gene Gedmnn led the way as Detroit pasted San Francisco, 35-21, and M-^ loss to •PMIndolphin cnsilv handled Ghl- cneo's Cardinals -19-21. Brown scored on plunges of one nnd five yards, but it was a Lou Grozn field g'onl that bent the Redskins. The teams had traded touchdowns nnd field goals in l.he firsl half for n 10-10 tie. With 2:10 remaining in the game, Gro.'.a booted a 25-yarcler for tho victory, although moments Inter Brown tallied an insurance TP. After upsetting Cleveland and Baltimore, on successive Sunday, the Ginnt—without halfback Alex other than, Wehtscr nnd two offensive line- against a tough Slecler line. Layne passed for one touchdown, set up another on a Ofl-yard aerial maneuver nnd scored twice on short blasts. Shaw. replacing the injured Johnny Unilas. was spectacular us he mr.de £(ood on 10 of 23 passes for 131 yards. At one po'nt ho pitched nine consecutive strike^;, six in n 93-yard Colt scoring *ur«e in the second period. He had one TD through the air. The Bearr* shut out for thp first time in 1-4') games tinting back to ISMfi were unable to move and found their line perforated by Alan Ameche, who ran for 142 yards and a TD. Los Angeles moved ahead of the Packers 10-7 by h.nil'lime, with a '.13-yard pass play from Billy Wade lo Jim Phillips giving the Rams the load. Jt wns the longest pass play in the league this season. Phillips pulled in eight -of Wnde's tosses Cor 208 yards.' Wade threw for 372 yards on 19 completions in 42 altcmp's. Tobin Rote connected for three TD passes, but it was Gedman who brought the Lions thuir third victory in the last four outings. Gedmnn aimer) his first pass of the season to Howard Cassndy for an 81-yard scoring play nnd scored twice himself for last year's world champions. The long' TD aerial came in the firsl period, just 40 seconds after San Francisco had li.kmi a 7-0 lend. Clarence Peaks -vho scored four times as tho Eagles ran up their cases, a new record, milk was the only group which registered a decrease, Canned juices were up 20 per cent over the previous year, vegetables \vere tip 19 per cent mul canned meat and fish were each up 15 per cent. The in* creases were in part due to a 25 per cent increase in exports during -the years 1960-5?. © Encyclopedia BMtttnntcn ) | i I lnr."Rst point lotnl in four Philadelphia -broke loose the Cards for three TD years. i>;>inst within 51 minutes o fthc second quarter. Norm Van JBrocklin completed 19 of 29 passes for 318 yarns men— were unable to get going I and two touchdowns, one to peaks. HOPE STAR MAIL-IN CLASSIFIED AD ORDER The Quick and Inexpensive Way To Do Business INSTRUCTIONS; Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Below , . , one word to the square. Put the number of days you want your Ad to run in square at bottom. Then figure your cost T^niY»»i *** .."****". *w^* 1 " **' <**• ' •'•**•EXAMPLE: 15 words runs 3 days ,, 90c — 6 days .. 1,50 The schedule of Soiuttai 1 f^efiods, as printed below, has" be&fl takefl , from John Alden Knight's Soluftar The pack of canned fruits, | Tables. Plan your days so that vegetables, juices, specialties, yu will be fishing in good territory milk, meat and fish in the U.S. : " r hunting in good cover during and its territories during the i th"se times, if you wish to find the IH3C-5V season was 710,000,000 best sport that each day has to """ " " offer. The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. These begun nt the times shown and last Jlor an hour and a hnlf or two hours there* after. The Minor Periods, shown In regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. A. M, P.M. Minor Major Minor Major Monday 10:30 4:35 JIMS 5;CO Tuesday 11:40 5!25 11:53 5;45 Wednos. 6:10 12:26 6:30 Thursday 12:45 6:56 1 • 10 7:15 Friday 1:30 7:40 1:55 8:45 Satuulny 2: IS 8:35 2i40 8:45 Sunday 3:00 9:10 3:25 9:30 Guernsey .Cage Schedule Is Announced Guernsey Basketball coach Theo James announces his complete roster of Junior and Senior cage teams, their past record and the schedule for 1058-59, Junior girls squad: Elaine Adams. Sandra Black, Melba Bristow Carolyn Byers.--Ninn Hawley. Joan Jones, Sue Mullins, Dwanna O'Bor- ke. Birdie Patton, Lucille Rosenbaum, Virginia 'Rosenbaum, Helen Self and Dwanna Terry. The Junior girls won 3 and lost 6 last season. Junior tooys team members, with a win 2 and lost 7 record for last season are: Terrell Adams, Donald Black, Glennon Griffins, Bill Hawley, Charles Hawley, Larry Honeycutt, Edward -Lnrrtb, Charles McKoy, David 'Norvell, Joe O'Rorke, David Peyton, Jerry Blackburn, Herbert Farmer, J. W. Self, (Lesley Stephens and Jesse Tullis. Guernsey senior girls, winner of the county tournament last season and with a won 10 lost 11 record are: Barbara Adams, Linda Bristow, Jeanette Daughlery, Billie Ann Evans, Susie Gray, Jo Mosier, Genia Norvell, Peggy ' Rosenbaum and Wanda Youngblood. Senior boys squad members are: Gerald Adams, Bill Byers, Bud Adams, Herschul Clover, William Foster, Eddie Fry, Jimmy Gray, Jerry Griffis, Donald Jono's, Jimmy Peyton, Wendell Powell and Garland Rosenbaum. The senior boys won 0 and lost 12 last season, Foster, Gray, Peyton and Powell lettered in Sr, ball last .season and Bud Adams, Byers and Rosenbaum lettered on the Jr. team. The Schedule; Nov. 18 Garland, There" Nov. 21 Spring Hil, Hero" Nov. 25 Fouke, There' Dec. 5 Saratoga, There Dec, f) Winthrop, There" iDec. i!2'Winthrop, Here" Dec, 16 'Blevins, There'- 1 . Dec, 18 Garland, Here" Jan. 2 Gurdon, There" Jan, 5-10, Jr. Tourney at Kmmet Jan, 6 Saratoga, Here Jan, 13 Blevins, Here* Jan. 16 Hope, There Jan. 19 Spring Hill, There" Wanted Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over. Apply fit Hope star office- Salesman Wanted MAN wanted for Rawleigh busi ness in S. Ilempstoad Co. or Mope, tleai opportunity. No experience needed to start. See Corwln Crow, nt. 1 Box 30, Nashville or write RawloiRh's Dept. AKK-G4M). Memphis. Tenn. IMtp Instruction PRIVATE music lessons on all Sax- aphones. Cornet. Trombone, Baritone, Piano, Piano Accordion & Organ. Phone PH 7-330!) or see Rev. S. Joseph Geno for complete details. 13'Otc AIRLINE TRAINING ' MEN AND WOMEN HOSTESSES, STATION AGENTS, PASSENGER AGENTS, RESER- VATION1STS, COMMUNICATION- 1STS, OPERATIONS. Short low cost training which need not interfere with your present job. Age 17-39 High School or better. NATION - WIDE PLACEMENT SERVICE. NATIONAL SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS^ Box, A c/o Hope Star', Hope, Ark. For Sat« ALUMINUM screens, doors, stbflf) windows, weather * stripping, ifi« sulntion, roofing, awnings, gilt* tcring. ornamental failittg. free estimates. Andy Andrews, ?-S807. TQ BE MOVED For sale by bid. 422 West Third Street. Mope, Ark. Raymodd Byefg Phone ?'295<3. 13»i»m»fe ISoO STUDEBAKER pickup, finttle bed. heater, clean and in good condition. Phone 7'2204 of 7'401L WANT AD RATES All Want AJs ore povab'S advance but ads will be ^ccdp ovef the telephone and a'r.-.bfnoda'- flort acibuMs allowed with frig uh- defstarvdinrj the cideduht Is pcsyttble 1 wheft statement is rendered", FIVE room house, $1.000. A good buy to rebuild of move. Johu W. Webb. 0/an, Ark. 21'7m-p lfl.11 OLDS Fordor, hardtop. Good second car. Call PR 7'2487. 274f FIVE room home. Dinette and carport. Completely furnished, Sell cheap for quick sale. Phone 74047. 14-Gtc 0 HOOM house to be moved, For information call 7-4001 or see Ralph Saunders. 12-tf BETTER WATCH OUT— Lynn Dean is the girl behind the badge at Miami Beach, Fla. j •She was hostess to the International Association of Police Chiefs in the resort city. Negro ommunity Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 Thought for the day; A man. of meditation if happy, not /or an hour or a day, but quite round the circle o:f all his years — Isaas Taylor. 8 ACRES, Hope edge, modern 4 room furnished house. $0,000 — $2.500 downpayment. Balance like rent. II ACRES. 1,000 Ct. Hwy. 67 front age. Fully modern 5 room home. Ideal business sites. STROUT REALTY CO. 020 W. 67 Hwy. 15-6tp Mufhbef 5f Words Up ti IS 16 Id 20 SI 16 55 24 16 30 31 to is 36 td 46 41 to 45 46 id SO One Day .45 .Aft. '.90 1.05 1.50 1.35 1.50 .90 1.20 1.50 t.PO 5.10 2.40 570 3.00 . Six DcivS 1.50 5.66 250 3.00 3-50 4.60 4.50 5.00 Mohll 4. 56 1 6.601 ? ,60 1 ^§.001 10.5fll 12.001 13.501 15.001 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 80e pa inth ; 3 fifties 65c per Inch 6 times 55e pet- inch ftfitfes quoted obdvs are fof con-' Secutive insertions. Irfeguldf 6t skip dote ods will toko the oHS'ddy cote, Ail dally classified odverlisirlq,Hopy Will bd accepted until 5 p.frifc fdf publication the following day. the publisher reserves the fight to revise or edit all advestlsements of fececl for publication and to reject any objectionable advertising submitted. , Initials ' of ons or more letters,-' groups of' figures, such as house or telephone numbers count as brte word. The Hope Stor will not be respon-- slble for errors in Want Ads unless;, errors p ore called to our attention after FIRST insertion of ad arid then for ONLY Hie ONE Incorrect insertion. . PHONE: PROSPECT 7-&31; PECANS, 35c Ib. Russell While, Spring Hill Road. PR 7-3909. 17-3tc COLDSPOT Refrigerator, like new, also good usod gas range and small dinette suite. Will sell reasonable. Call iDonal Paa'ker, 73431. 17-tf For Rent LOCAL trailers. Byers Gulf Service. Call Day or Night. 7-9955. 8-lmoc Calendar of Events The Charmettes Social Club will present "Tiny Tots Under the Big Top," Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. in the Harris 'Gym, Admission is adults ;25c; (High School students, 15c and -Elementary students lOc. NICELY Furnished 4 room apart ment. Adults only. No drinking 801 East 3rd. 3-t Star of Hope 1699; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published everv weekday afternoon byi STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washbwrn, Seey-T£l5. at The Star Building ^' 212-14 South ; Walriut Street i Hope, Arkansas : Alex, H. Washburn, Editor,&Publliher Paul. H. Janes, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W, Hosmbr, Mcch. Supt. : Entered as second class'matter at the Post Office at Hope, Arkonsai, under the Act of March 3, 1897. 5 ROOiM unfurnished house. Ne\< ly decorated. Miss Lillie Middle brooks. 7-2894. M-3t UPSTAIRS apartment. 3' lar.g. rooms and prJvnte bath.. 203 Higl Street. 15-t Mrs. Nic.hlos Celebrates Birthday A birthday party was given in honor ol' 'Mrs. Arlee Nicklos in the home of ;M'r. and Mrs.'Don Nicklos on Sunday, Nov. 2, Guests present were Mr. and iMrs. Melvin Wcston find daughter, Marilyn Joy, Mrs. Easter Dixon, -Mrs. Rutiy Whittfield Mrs. 'Eb.aida Palmer, Henry Wcst- on. .Refreshments were served to those /present. Female Help Wanted PUN SUPREME ,- BrU young stage, screen and night-y club comedian Jimmy KomacK ' recently perpetrated a pun that' - lakl them on the, sound stage,' 1» his ne\v movie ''Senior Prom," he plays a daffy must-T cian who can't decide between his girl and his bass fiddle. .When the girl ditched him, Jimmy ad libbed n switch on (he famous "Porgy and J3ess'! Une—"Bass, yoi) is my woman now." NAME ADDRESS POX NQ. ... Ad Is T» Run Clip and .Moil — Check ...„»..•• Cg|h Money Qrder ....... Hire's How Yq« Figwre Your Total Cost,, ' 3T!m?s Salurday, tt-oujd be weakly baqk n the fight with a 3-2 record, Those t\vo games are the only conference action for the wuck with Texas and Texas A&M laying oi.it to prepare for -their nationally televised Thanksgiving Day battle at Austin. Arkansas plays Texas Tech, n conference member not eompetinet for the championship, at Lubbock, TCXHS Christian was magnificent in a second hslf comeback that floored Texas 22-8 Saturday and »t brought file smell of cotton to the Horned Frogs, \vho no\v hove a 7-1 repovd for the season and are nationally rate.d. If they sack up (he eonferenee ero\yn at HPU»(:OH Snturdav they'll bo back h) the Cotton 'Bowl after the absence pf a year. , Texas Teeli ionk a fl-7 t)mmo- ing fvom Tulsa lost week and it dronped tthe conforpnee's inter- record behind for t!\R . tha leasue won 11 and lost '-).? Against outside |oes. ' ' Jan. '22-24, Sr. Tourney at Saratoga, Jan, 27 Hope, Hero Jan. 30 Gurdon, Here" Feb. 2 Fouke, Here' * Designates Junior boys or girls game to be played with senior games. " Designates Jr. and Sr AFL Meeting Underway at Little Rock AVON Cosmetics has immediati openings for mature women no 1 otherwise employed to service excellent Avon territories. Car earn. $2,00 or more per hour Pleasant, dignified work. Opea ings in Fulton, tMcNab, McCaS' kill and Columbus. Car ^necessary. Write Avon, Box 377, Hot Springs, Ark. Give directions to homo. 12-10tc .Funeral Directors boys games. Tigers Eke Out Victory Over Panthers Jn a non-conference contest at pine Bluff the Yevger Tigers down« ed. the newly-organized Southeast pantliers by a 7 to 6 score. It \\-as tho second victory of the sea.* son for Verger. - ]t was an evenly matched goiv test during tho first half with npilb- pr ,team a'ble to push ap}-oss a iouehclown. In the third pprjod P)ne gluff s,pt up a t(3uqhdo\vn ofi.two. ^O'yard runs to go ahegd 0-0, yei> gcr game toaoK' in thw final qiiartov and good ryus by iMcPadden LITTLE. ROCK fAP) - Abour •100 delegates'Convened here today for the Arkansas Slate Federated Labor Council's 3-day convention The delegates represent approximately 60,000 members of A.FL- CIO unions in Arkansas, I-Iighlight of Ihe convention will be election of officers, including a possibility that Odell Smith Will be replaced as president. Smith has headed the council since the merger ol the AFL-CIO two years ago, He also is president of the stateiyide Teamsters Loonl 878, Sources close to the council rq< port that tha fH-ypar-old Smith will decline rejiomination because of u dirpptive from tha AFL-CIO national executive committee, The directive specifies that full- time representatives of unions Which have been expelled from the AFL-CJO may not hoW stal offices in the organization. The AFL-CIO expelled the Teamsters last December, ttoij eisoin shrrthi cmfwypvbgK Proposed changes In tho coo* stitution include 'one which would make the office of president a full- time paid job. The position^ now cprries jio pay. Ambulance Service Burial Association OAKCREST FUNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 • . 20-lm-c Services Offered LET us renoyatt your old mattress, We-ipechiUw in zed Inne'rsprinjf, J *' noBB .MATTH'ESS SHOP 712 West 4th, Phone-7-3«a ' Montgomery M»rk*t, CM» torn slaughterljjg, We have'meat tor your deep frteze, Be* ui bf fore buying, Member of flio Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription Rntos (payable In advent) By carrier In Hope . and towns •— Per week „,, ,. .... S .30 Per year ..... Ii 60 By mail in Hempsteari, Nevada, LaFayette, Howard and Miller Counties — One month , .-. , $ ,BS Three'months ,., J.85 Six .'month's ,f. '.,.„ k 3.50 One year All /other moil — One month .Three months Six months One year 1.30 3.90 7,80 15.60 Not'l Advertising Representatives; Arkansas Dailies, Inc., 1602 Sterirk Bldg. Memphis 2, Tenn,; 505 Boxes' Bank Bidg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N Michigan Ave., Chicago 1, III,; 60 E. 42hd St., New York 17. N. Y.; \7,63 Penobscor Bldg., Detroit 2, rv.fc!-i.; Terminal Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla. Member of The Aswclaterf fron: The Associated 'Press is entitled exclusively to the use for rcpublicatlon of all' the local news printed in this newspaper, as well as all AP news dispatches. Taylor & Jordan USID CARS — BODY — FOREIGN CARS — - 216 S. Hazel Phone 7-4022 Orvlll? Taylor i John;B||| Jprdan 5 SEWING MACHINE co Sajes and Service, 513 East Sr L, E, Booth, Phong PR 7^8695, CUSTOM slaughtering. J-Jogs $2 Cattle for hides, flaulef} free vil to JO miles. Phone PR 7-3578 01 7-270J, • 27-J^ Notice ft® Sell , Wr B«») BSTATJ5 R. D .ffRANKkm A, P. phoney, ft* The Debtors' Prison was buijt In 175Q as part of the county 'jail in A,ecomne, Ya., It is still preserved, nay used ps a library. | The first manTmade snow stoyni in _the UpitPtJ States wps made J>y aivrdj-Qpping ' " ~ MOVINQT s??, rr»* Have W1H WANTED TO BUY Pine pMipwpoo by Truck Cut in' Woods or HAROIP HINPR!X Phpn* PR 7«4321 , 16th 4 Uulsisna, Hep?, AP GRILL CAFE — IRIAKFAST — 35e ™ 50s =•=> $5c Home Style Hot Biscuit* 3 A, M. to 8 P, M* BU MATTRISSI5 Bsfcull! sr Mids'lnte •prlng. W«rK-Quarari _ Qnt 0»y lirvlst iiMftfrmCt, J»)m

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