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Thursday, January 10, 1952
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2--NMTHWItT AMtANf At TIMK, hyeMevllh, Attiantm, Thuftdoy, Jonunry 10, IM3 AMVET Commander MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER iiiimniiliiMim'.liliHHiiimniiiiini'luiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiMlHiiiiiHiiiiin'iiiiii · Daily Calendar of Events · V.F.W., ][]',, \VfPt Center, 7:1111 Piano K c n i n l , Kirsi P r t s b y t c i l m i Clum-h, "i-M Knr Wi-jfT-CKaplc'r I. Il.A.M.. Masonic Hall. 7:.1(). ,l(.'f!c:-MV Sdiiinl I-.T..V. 7::in O.K.S. Sou*! Hull, Mrs. M a r i e Mrl'lnilon. 7:111 V. A. Dlfl'uflri'J. V. A. MUM'S Hninr. 7:30 Kappc Kappa G a m m a A l u m n i , C h a p t e r House, 8 Friday CM' Club, \\'a-.h:iiRl"n Hotel, ~:- 1n »· "·' J-Xvctirvlllc Hoard of ( t r a i t o r s , l-'eiTUsnn 1 .'. 12 r i i n i u i t v Women* L'llib. Faculty Club, .1 I C T a n d ~ A u M l i a r . v . C i v i r Clubrnums, 7 WaM.niRlor. Lndse One. Masonic H a l l , 7:311 ".\ Sparrow Falls,-" Kir.r A r t s Theater, II fiuriulf Fjrkusny Piano Concert, Field House, a Mrs. Edgar Werltieim Reviews "Buddenbrooks" Memlj'-i:- of Ilic Mod'-rn L i l c i a - ' mi- C.'iiji) u'-ic e n t e r t a i n e d at an n l o n r i i i l lr:i ao'l l;ool; i e v i o - v , 1'ncsda 1 , ; i f ( f 1 n i ' » n n al Iho iioo'e of ',il.'. .John Sbof:maker m Mission . . \ v e n u e . : The r e v i e w , i'i\ en on "Jludrlp. . ! ,rofik!-." by Tboina:-' M a n n , was . .mule by Mrs. KrlK.'ir W e r t h c i n i . : - 'crsonals · Tea-Honor's Miss 'Colcman, Bride-Elect Mrs. ' l l i i R l i Stuliblcficld n u i l ! i Golden rod Club Has Luncheon At . Williamson Home : The Goldrnrnd Cliil) incl «l Ihc home of M i s . M. K. Williamson ' ' i f o r luncheon .Yesterday. Mrs. M, . ,, 0 Dnoimic nnd M r s . Bcrnlcc al a tea Kivcn Tuesday ""crnTM,,, en-hosle.s,,cs. M,TM home on n, Slrcc' ThS lea j Bursts were Mrs. A«. Mallei.*. CoTem'-m" briric-'lo-bc "T ni'o'mn nncl Mrs. Howena l i o a s l i n . »····- Wllwui of Caindcn, Ark., v.'bn received ly f i l l f r o m Ihc hosloss. Approximately (10 guests called durine. the afleitioiin.^.'.',', . nccclvinc'al Ihe. iMftf \Verc .M «. : Mrs. Clarence Vcrtc. Mis. Paul Colcman. liiSttM/.of I h c i Kciimnn Rave a devotional nil homo cr. Miss Cole'iTum, M'rs. WI1-! "The Importance ot P r a y e r , llji.-ns and Mrs. Stobbletlcid. I Twelve mcmhor.v of Iho group PrcsldhiR at Ihe lea fccrvlcc d u r - i cave reviews of Ihe your s ^biiFl- illR Ihe (irst and srfcond . hou .: | ness nnd uncial a c t i v i t i e s . C h a h were Mrs. W, F. 1'lioiiins incl Mrs,, mm were a p p o i n t e d '"'' Ihc e l t i b i Jim Y o u n k l n , sister of M W C n l c - ; pi-oRi-ani this year. in;-n. · ' '. i Mrs. Vcnkc was w i n n e r of t h e Those who Hoisted In Ihe d i n - ! mysterious package and M r s . J. II. ing room were Mrs, .Rill D a j l o n , ; [j f)K i on \ v nn Ihc game prl/.e. Mrs. GcrirRC Caudle, jrtrs...Ch,arlcs; · Williams a n d ' Mrs.I'vIcorJX A l t - ) Kinncy. · , .'. . . . llaymond C.rCRiiry as a ncu 1 member. The poem of Ihc munlh. "Aincr- I Ira To Her People," was read by Dr. Gillaspic Is Honored By Altrusans Lust t ·« dinner lind liusl- i Verse Play Opens At U A Friday Night Final Hi-wit n-hrtirsul will be h;ld IrmUht /or "A Sparrow i.'.itu-/ 1 vtM'sn piny hv John Gould JjilM I I I K 1 I ' i l l ' * ! l l t l l l M I ( i l i v i m i n i - i iiM.if , . . . . - . . , · · · - . - ·· . ness incctlni! held at Ibe home of I Klelcher, which will bo piei.cnlec Mrs. Bni'Jictl Sure, Allni.van lieu-Un its first proiliiclion .1-i.lilay :ind lab GIllMJilp . was honored In i and Saturday n m h l s al the 1'ine s i i p r c c i n l i o n ' f o r her scrvli-c «s| A i l s Thcaler al the U n l v u r s i i y . the club's · lOSD-M p r c f i d c n t . i ehiii'He May Vlelehei, w i f e of | Doclor Cillabplc who leiives iinon (| u , a i i l h n r , Harry Ashmnrc nf Uu 1 ; A r k a i i M i s Gar.etle and a n u m b e r ' | Giohom Leupp I Al n mecliilR of A M V K T S last I n i c h l at (hi! i.-ourlbouse, election und -inflallati'in of officers lor 'I'jJJMvas rondiiilo'd by Davis I'. R'iiiliaid.'ion. l"'l pojt coinmandoi'. ThtiSe eli.Tled to o f f i c e arc: C!ra- liiim l.cupp. commander; .lrime» iMcIliiiinld, lin.l v.lcc-r.-oiniiiiindci; -DcHriKs Bailey, second \-it-c-cnin- .'iiiliulei; C l a i c n c e Kans, t b l r d \-ii:e- commander; Leonard L l c h l y l r r . a d i l i L a n l ; H a r o l d Dudinr, f i n a n c e nfflccir; O. V. Mi'Cilllab, provost niarshall'. Mrs. Doris l l a i l e y , his! t i i f l i i n . C o m m i l t c e and apiiointcii ! officers w i l l be announced at a 1 l a t e r date. - . : i Sunshine Club · 'Adds New Member. I .InbiiMin's S u n s h i n e C l u b mc.l. i yc.-lcrday id the home of Mrs.! i K m n k Mathcws w i t h 14 members.; I Iwo v i s i t o r s , and one. new mem-1 i her prcf.cnt. Visitors were Mrs ' 1 M. II. M n l h c w s and Mrs. Pack, 1 ' b o l b of S p r l i i R d n l e . Mrs. L. S i n i l h : ; \\-as at'i-ciitcd by Ihe Ri'oup as a! new member. The mccliiiR was opened by rriiclinii "(lur Collect," and sine-; I 111: "Onward C h r i s t i a n Soldiers."; Mrs. U n i o n Simps"!! read f r n i r i | Ibe scriptures and p r a y e r was led b.v M i s . C. C. D a i l y . Mrs. I I . A. C.wal read "A liccipc For A! New Year." and Mrs. M a r R i i r c l j l l r o w n l i e l d Rave a d e m o n s t r a t i o n ! m nialunK nylon corsages. H o l l . call was answerei) w i t h "a recipe I wm:ld l i k e to have." Plans were inadi.' lor a Mlnper to be held in Ibc school lunch room . l a i m a r y 18.! Tin: nest meeting of t b u clulv w i l l lie al Ibe home of Mrs. Cassat.j .January 2'l. ! .lor 1!. ;rebe. 117 N'orth W a l - :iiil. is a p a l i e n t at the Kli; lfo..piliil in P r a i r i e drove. .lamr.i I). W a t e r s a i r m a n . USN. ..on If Mr. and Mrs. I). I I . W a t e r s uf West l'"oi-',c. wa. 1 : one of the donors in the reccm "filnod Donors" cainpal^n helrl at the U. S. N a v a l Air S t a t i o n , Whidbcy Islam:-, Wash. O r r i n Henbcst, stat(! commander of AMVKTS. i-nnriiicted the ins l a l h i t i o n of AMVK.T officer:; last - ·' i i- 1 I'VM S r i ' i t l - . Mrs. O. W. McDonakl. stale presidcnl of t h e A . H v r ^ i . \ u : \ i i i ; , i - y , nt For! Stnilh. installed officers of the a u x i l i a r y . i\(.'ainari K. W a n e a . elcclrii-ian'.s m a t e , t h i r d class. USN. son of Mr. a n r l Mrs. B e n j a m i n H. \Varren of Fa.vette\ Me. a n d . h u s b a n d ol M i s . M a r y .Jo W a r r e n of Pico, C a l i f . , spent Christmas h o l i d a y s In Naples, I t a l y . He is scrvinR aboard the Ojrlelhorpr. in the M e d i l c r a n e a n on a Rood w i l l tour. CARDINAL SPtUMAN nt New York bomlK over a wounded A m e r i c a n jsolilicr In n ho»pilnl near Scout, Korra, d u r i n g his tour of Korean | battle front. (International) I Street. .Miss H u t b Ann G i l l w i l l ! be actiiiR hostess. WasbbiKton Lmlgf. One W a s h i n R t o n Lodge n u m b e r one w i l l meet Friday cvcninR in ihe ! l.nrl?e H a l l , at 7:3(1 o'clock for work in tile masters degree. Helping """l Convention The I l c l p i l i R Hand Cnnvenlion w i l l meet at Ooshen at 1:30 p. m.. i Sunday, it is announced by Sncr- ! man Clark. Miss Khwdieth Morrii, Hubert Moiri,-- and J-'rcd Itebsamco ret u r n e d S u n d a y from a three week's t r i p t h i n u g h Mexico. One week was spent in A c a p u k o , and t h e remainder of tin: time was spent in Taxco ami Mcxie.i C i t y from where side trios' were made lo oilier points of interest. Gr««t Booki Croup ' n ' pMCri r' iil «" ok » clnu| ' TM" meet Monday nt 7:31) p.m.. flt the home nf Mrs. Dclhcrl Swnrlz «n n f , 7 n r b a c k n , inr | . M r K . F . M . Meadc i C V i c w "Paradise Lnr,t." Pleids Not Guilty In Death Of Puppy K. f i . Biiondcr. 4-4 Kcbccm Slrrc-t, chrirgeti w i t h tv;o counts in the death nf a neighbor child'.-: pet puppy, appeared in Court yc.-.tmi.'iy n f t r r n n o n to «n- trr ft plea i»f nnt g u i l l y to linth i'E. lifiumJrr '.v.'is fhJirgcd w i t h malicious k i l l i n g of an a n i m a l and iTUt'lty to n n i m ; i l s in an j n f o r m a - tion f i l e d yesterday inornins b.v Deputy Prosecutor Pelcr Kslcs. fistcs / a i d Bacnder is charsed in the d e a t h of a puppy owned by Arch Cloud. 418 Kcbocca, two days apo. Cloud told iho prose- ! cutor l h a l M a e n d r r kicked Jhe lit- \ tie a n i m a l to d e a t h . : M u n i c i p a l Judge V. .lames Plak ' said the case has not been sol f u r ; t r i a l because of the illnc.-s this morning of the deputy prosecutor. ' Aid Money Distributed ; To School Districts U t t l e noi-k-(/h-About $2,000,- . 000 d o l l a r s in transportation and ' : budget aid has been distributed to | Arkansas' school districts. Allo- j catinn of the money--SI,550,162 in | budget aid and $385.612 in trans- i portation aid -- was announced ! yesterday by the Arkansas Educa- , ! lion Department. Allotment of budget aid by . count left include?: Ben ton. $28,282; Sebastian, $43,985; Washing- \ ton, $30,429. ' scmliling Inmn rubber. It's made in two picror--jacket and trousers. It costs about $25 compared to alj«mt $-110 for standard m i l i - t a r y clothing for freezing tern- Men In Korea ^^^====== New W i n t e r Suits P l e a s e K u r t Kniiit, Korcii -ol'i- I- Amrrii'.ins walking' n i n u n r l i h i s froze 1 !! f r o n t y;iy "it's l i k e c l i m a t e of Kliiridii, warm humid." They arc v.-carini; pcrimRiiUil winter suit 1 -'. They sit in snowbanks, col the snow, enjoy snowball fi and enthuse ;ioout a drop temperature to near /.cro. The suit is made of a plastic BETTER PLUMBING FOR BETTER HOMES start at C and D Plumbing Co. Free Estimate! 211 W MounUto Phau IMt RUDOLF FIRKUSNY, Pianist University of Arkansas Field House FRIDAY, JANUARY 11 8.P.M. Admission: Community Concert Association Ticket Ambush Slayers Ordered M a n i l a - f f l V F l v e Filipino* day were sentenced In death in j the electriu c h w i r for the ambush ! slaying of Mrr. M a n u e l Quezon, ; widow of Ihc late Philippines i president, and her party of 10 al.,, .... ~ '· oiopt throe ycjirs ago. The defense L i t t l e Hock on J a n u a r y Ifi. Hr j indicated it would appeal, w i l l reprcsrnl t h r U n i v e r s i t y Jit a TI IP r niu!rninod t u r n arc Prdrn M n n a t f i n , FrViri'ico Cosucla, Vicente Marriur?., A n l o n i o II eyes and U n v n n m d o V i r a y . The prose[ cut ion i d e n t i f i e d Ihrm as incm- hci-p of a Connnunisl-led Huk Dr l l e n r v Kronenbort:. dean ..f the U n i v e r s i t y Colleue of K d u c a lion, w i l l be speaker al a luncheon m e e t i n g of Ibe Central A r k a n s a s Rchnohnasters Club in Nort -epi - mceline of ihe Arkansas Advisoi. C'ouiH'il on Trarhcr Education in br hrlrl in L i t t l e Rock on J a n u - ary 12. for Lafayette, Ind.. where ulit. 1 heads Purduo Unlvoirily's School of H m n r Ei-nnonilos received ihe oi-RaniMtion's o f f i c i a l p r c s t d r n t l n l n r c expected to a t t e n d the Friday - ' " - '"· "· ~ Curtain,, oai-li'-uklit. wiU \jr »l It o'l-ldck, and lli^ box n/fii.'i i . w i l l nin, n presontatlnn by Ihe mem- ""· M A Ppn|-fiCgn gt|VeS u " n *t" v j ^"» . . ,,, ,,,|irr people f r o m Little Hock TQ A pn(j I Q 606 U f l V l u "i'*'!"' v u n w s " ""I Prof. Charles II. Cro.-s. a r l n i i n l s - t r a t i v o assistant in the University band. CollcRe of Education, will be con- S l l l t a n l and leader of a croup riis- eussinn at a regional, meetinc nf N a t i o n a l Commission on Education Assncialinn in Oklahoma City nn J a n u a r y 1J1 and i n . The discussion, which will becin I hi 1 firf-1 day and continue I h i o u u h Hie second, w i l l be on " M a i n l H i n i i i K and I in p r o v i n g Trad'.or Morale During a Period of Tensions." . ---- ------- l » Dll«l« Daailw TA j )aVS KUlJIfl KCClOf 10 ( ( ,. l .. [n ., | ] l i s ;in ,.,.,,, 1( , n t l l iiltend (h( ,' Anl ~ l ,, ] c.-iilleee Day hrini! ' I l l - i d ti'innrro«. al t h e L i t t l e Hock Announcements · . l i e t l l e , ary Jicuause nf illness, and appointed it tary. Miss Helen Fraslcr, as act- club's president, Moore, made necessary ts sccrc- 1 v ., i r) rr |, pc i rn "I n T O l l l l l U l C n t b u C I I U i".' !B'?i«r«Vrr n t nil v"«! Play Sunday Afternoon !" JlirSlS^^aciir'olTol The K a y c t t c v i l h 1 Y o u t h Orclu,- j year and to c o n t i n u e t h e i r , e R U b i r l t r a w i l l R i v e I t s f i r s t conceit , ( ; i. . . . i l n i v business iiieruiiss on Ibu- this school year .Sunday at 3 .p.^m.. M i - o n d ' T h u r s d i i y of racb moiuh. in Ihe Unlvenit.v A r t s Center i.iiii- Tlio club's puhllc l-'elidlpns r e p - 1 cert H a l l . M a r x Paies, a.-slslan; rescnlallve, Miss Kileiie Van n i,,f c ssor of music, will conduct G u i l d e r , was asked to contact Ihc u,;, orchestra, which Is composed City Park Imprnvcmcnl C o m m i t - ^ ,,(j p ] n v c i s imni K a v e l t e v l l l c In Ihc Interest of Allri..-...,, . · i l b u t i o n of n basketball c o u r t ' . ^""[ Ihe Youth ,, In addition I Oicbestra, slrloR ensembles f r o m ; tee con '''Mlss'stclln Hidl.'vice president. 1 the t h i r d . ( TM i r t b « " " . " " · £···-·. , ,;·!· mei'liiiR. l o t Ihc Unlversily I r a i i u n c School : = . w i l l appear on the pioRr.nn. i ! V i o l i n solos w i l l be played b.v 1'1'ai Crallcy, Caroline H o f f m a n , ami Nancy Garrison. H a r b i n Head will play a viol.i solo, nnd Larry :itl will play a i-rllo yolo. Com: p n r i n d n s lo In- playt-il by t h e ort h c s l r a i n c l u d e "Counliy Moods" hiy Samuel Gurdeu Wake Up To More Comfort W I l b o u t N l . d dlttclnrt^-nniy hr due lo I t"w rliijft, LWlarjt sny s«» ery i m p o t l n n L to com hen *iiiit»«vrryiUrriitii|it inn. *m 1 of y functio ! l v Samuel Cmrdi-ucr, "'I'bc So-! i p h i s l l c a l r d Clock," llv LCI..V A n - ; s e n t a t i v c s of Ihe U n i v e r s i t y : Miss . l e a n n c l t c Scudder, dean of women; Miss M a r t h a W i l l i a m s . Clarlanc!. a senior hnnic economics r t u d e n l , president of t h e Pan-; bck'nic (.'ouni i l , and foi iner l l o l : comb H a l l counselor; Francis Ho;;;-ld. Carlisle, senior |)rc-nied | s t u d e n t and chief counselor of tile men's resident b a l l ; Robert Ii.; S m i t h , I n s t r u c t o r i n music; Miss fenny Rice. N o r t h L i t t l e Hock, and Miss M a i y A n n e Mad- ilix ot I', both senior mii-;ic ·itudcnls; M a j . Frederick N. Most-ley, us A r m y UOTC; C a p l . ,lfbn .1. llriuiebei'ircr, Air Force 1 KlITC'. - ; There w i l l be 1 I Arkansas colleges lepresentcd al this mecthiK. Mr. and Mrs. Vei'tvi! Anrler.-ou Hiid c l i i l d i c n , \'-lin h a \ c iiccn \ - i s i t ins in Story C i t y . Iowa, for Ihe past Id day:;, relurneu borne Tucs- 1.'V e \ C M i m ; . " I Thimlilr CMub The T h i m b l e Club wiil meet to- niirht at fi o'clock at Iho home of Mrs. .1. U. rhi|ips. Jr., on Slorcr d x Ronibay, I n d i a - l / ' l - A BussUm iciircscntative said today ,hc So- vlet Union could R i v e India ma| chincry she needs. Britain and , he ! United Stales c a n t , he said, bc- cause t h e y are too busy re-arminK. Here for the npomnq. tomorrow of I n d i a s i n t e r n a t i o n a l industrial exposition, tile Soviet Union's Chamber of Commerce c h a i r m a n , i M. V. Ncslorov. issued a statement ' o f f e r i n g I n d i a .machine tools, fien: orators, clccll'leal cquipnicnt, tcx- I t i l e and f a r m machinery and trnns- | port aiut m i n i n g equipment. He . ^jri I n d i a has ordered them from ; B r i ! a i n and the United States', but deliveries arc being delayed MwHMr "Ntmi" An I«T Ti SM fall, loo, 01*1 not b» blt la hide that ttrri, n«rvciu«, jitttry look «eh m. nth no mutter Bow much "m«ki-up" T«u «·«· Kw your itcrrt ·»«· during "Uwwi" ttyl- don't In Ihe one girl to Ui, « who thowi Ihe itnin from toU-tata aemrn tnd cramp^-lu* "ttuit look".' T«k« Curdill, · qitcUl nwdkhw truiled b» thouKndi ot »-wnen, «irl« M help insure ««»mst "ner»w" M* oth«r «n if Monthly mtoery. A litHt C»rdiii Hch dy h*lpl build itnnlth w cMiatanee IMT be irMlcr ««ch month, inrroum«« .nd mflnini 1m and ten. look more t»«m\ - !«l utd ilMp btiut. A* irwr d~l«r lor CarduL Hit C A R D U · Month!/ Cramps · Omnfp of tf* ,,iim .1,,. « 1 1 rnltlr. M l n n r l,l*,l. uM o Unn' - i r r l f c t r - u r klrinry* if thne lion* I'Oll-rr yiiu. Try lli.»n'o Plll-i- . \!tf.\ ·ucrnofutly hy rtilUI' yrnrK. !l*» hinmlnit hi.* muny idcrson. and "Pir./.icato ^,'o\·elly, ia selection lor slrins orchestra. : lmmcdla|ely f o l l o w l n R the Yoltlh : f ..- : (h-cheslrn concert, a group of U n i *': ; v e i . - l l y music d e p a r t m e n l .studcnls ,,', ' w i l l picicnl "An Afternoon of ! ir » ! Music" at 4 p. m. 'I'he l a t t e r c o n - j i",r."ilV,i'li!." cei I will consist of music coni- rill. i,,.i.,! j posed hclore HilHI. i Now Showing New 1912 ·Complete selection (or any choice. 'Early American, Colonial, French Provincial, Plaids, Chintz, Florals, Grass Cloths, R a f f i a Weaves, Calico Prints, Chinese Prints, even Shirt Stripes. · Colorings ore New and Sensational. Featuring: Violet, Plum, Atrinc, Olive, Sage and all the shades of Brown. · A color "theme" is essential, and we will gladly help you. We Give SH Green Stamps JOHNSON'S rTTTIIUKGH PAINTS -- MIRRORS -- GLASS 25 H. llotk Phon. 806 ' Sale Bells are Ringing! 4 MORE DAYS STORE WIDE CLEARANCE Buy Any Shoe in Stock al Savings 1 Special Lot Men's Oxfords Values to $12.50 1 Special Lot Women's Shoei Values to $10.00 1 Special Lot Women's Shoes Values to $8.50 WHEN YOU SEW AT HOME... YOU SAVE MOST WITH PENNEY FABRICS! 3000 YARDS OF FAMOUS RONDO DELUXE PRINTS · NEW LOW PRICE! PATTERNS OR SOLIDS! · VAT DYED! 36" WIDE! NEW PATTERNS! 39' yd. SOLID WAFFLE PIQUE 59c yd. (36" wide) There's fashion in tliat woven-in waffle effect! Moke waffle pique the mainstay of your spring wardrobe. Choose white or pastels and deep shades. BUTCHER RAYON 59c pr. (38" wide) Preshrunk and crease resistant to keep its crisp look longer. Come see Penneys rainbow array of colors. You'll find value in every yard! Hand washable! WOVEN . GINGHAMS 79c yd (36" wide) Sonforizedf and mercerized-- rfinl value at 79c! Come choose from exciting plaids and checks in rich color combinations. NEWEST SPRINGTIME PRINTS AND COLORS! HOUSECOATS · WRAPAROUND, COACHMAN OR ZIPPER STYLES! · FLORALS, PAISLEYS OR GOLDTONE PRINTS! · HEMLINES HAVE 3 YARD SWEEP! 3.33 SORORITY RAYON PRINTS yd. 69c (39" wide) Floralj, big bold d«- ligns, liny classics . . . everything you noed to whip up a complftle wardrobo f o r S p r i n g . Come, ihop, compare! BEMBERG SHEERS 89c yd. (39") You'll like thoir wispy shoorness, ihcir soft, »ilky (eel, ond Ihc exciting way in which soil colors ore blended into prclly prinlsl EMBOSSED COTTONS 79c yd (35"/36" wide) You'll liko tho exciting ntiw embossed shantung pattern lhal looks to luxurious. And, you con cliooso (rom check ond damask designs, tool Woshfasll

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