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ft ft* MBT CONCMN or IMS Awocratod Cms LMM| Wir« ·rally Mb »nd r ttx« : :; Temperature* fr om J* »· l». To" AP, King and NEA Features Replacement For EiWnhower Brings British Discussion _ ri?,""VT\" /rriime' M i n ts t e r Churchill told' the House of Commons today he is willing' for another,, American 'to take over · when General Eisenhower is released as supreme commander of the North Atlantic treaty armies in..Western Europe.-. Churchill declared he had no Wnt of'/'just' when Eisenhower wilTatep out of uniform to cam-- t psign actively for the Republican presidential nomination in the United · states. · . · The question on Eisenhower a ««.raised in the House by'Eman- · uel Shinwell, former defen minister in' the Labor .gover Bienti Shinwell asked wheth * "*"3fe representations have bee made,by. the U. S. government thf' /British government on th likely:;resignation, of GeneralEi · erihwer. and: his replacement b Senera!. : :"Giruehther:" ;-"ffp, ; sir," -Churchill replied. ' . do-hot: think.l could guarantee t announce .-'If any representation were;, mad*, to me as ,the .mer fact of .that might preclude sue i representations;" :Geh. Alfred M. Gruenther, no NATO...-' deputy commander, mentioned prominently as amon thbse' likely to succeed Eisen hower, School Bands To Give Concert At Root Gym Fayetteville school bands wi appear in concert starling at 7:3 'o'clock tonight in Root Gymnasi urn. Approximately 152 student will, make up the cast for Ih three bands, Ihe beginner, junio *and senior groups.' The beginner's band will pla; "America";, "Music In The Air" "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star', "Long, Long .Ago"; '^Reuben .Reuben"; " S o m e Folks Do" "RbUiiaeaiu's-.Hymn." V i , , . ;"Pes«vjil March" by-Holmes "Over" ThtV; Waves" and "Tre .Jolie" by, Btichtel; "In a Sanctu ary'V, ."Chorale"', by . Buchtel overture. "Medallion"; "Solitude 1 "Tone Poem"; and march "Honor Band Trio" will be presentei by the junior band. Key's "National Anthem"] Richard's march "Emblem of Unity"' Buchtel's overture "Crusaders" ·Gould's "Pavanne"; Hall's "The New Colonial March"; Adams "The Bells of St. Mary's": Mea- · xham's "American 'Patrol"; and TToder's "Dry Bones", a novelty will be presented by the senior band. Tickets purchased for the concert in February, which was cancelled, may be used for the Apr! 1 concert. AIKANSAS, TUESDAY IVINING, APRIL 1, 1«J :, with rising . tewperaturt»,,vl*»*«: of rsln. Hi|h temperature yeiter- day. 7«; lo* 4Tc noon:.*)*l* ; «1, Sunrise «:05; tuniet 'Mi.'/ "·'· Army Rotation Slowed Down Seuulj..iKprea-(/P)-A, ·slowdown in rotation:went into effect today for regular U. S. Army soldiers and draftees in Korea. It won't affect National Guardsmen. They must be discharged by -August. Under the new system 'men in the front line "can expect. to. go home after, 10 or 11 months. Men in artillery battalions and supporting units iwho live in tents near the front and §» fired on occasionally can go-home after 13 or 14 months.- v ··' "-. ; . - -j- Those at rear headquarters of an infantry division,."or" in: Seoul or Pusan, will bekept'in .Xorealor about 18 months. ';. After The "No Candidate" Announcement- Extra Pay To Men In Doubt Proposal May Wind Up In Committee, Lawmakers Indicate .Washington -l/P)- A politically popular proposal to give. $45 a month extra hazard pay to servicemen fighting in Korea faced uncertain fate in Congress today. Veteran lawmakers said the corn- pay proposal probably will be losl in a Senate-House.conference committee. '*»!t! Technically it won Senate ap- )roval yesterday, after some con- 'using parliamentary maneuvers, as a rider lo a multi-million-dollar 'cost-of-living" pay boost for the more than'3V4 million persons in he uniformed services. The entire measure now goes.to he House which on January 15 ipproved a much more liberal pay loosl for Ihe services. The House ook no aclion on combat, pay. The House measure would boost by 10 per cent the base pay and allowances for food ..arid rental of everybody from privales and recruits to top generals and admirals. The Senale bill-would hold the base..pay.-, increase 'to three per cent, and deal with the food aid nSjt'illowances on V^fjujti'.rtonlr basis;, rather: than percentages. TM verage increase in total military pay under Ihe Senate bill is 5.6 per cenl. The bill carries, living cosl in- reases for the foUr regular ifght- ng forces^Army, Air Forc«, Javy and.Marines--and four otheV mifbrmed: services--the C o a st ruard, Coast and Geodetic SUrvej, Public Health Service and Mar me Service. The entire matter includi ontroversial combal pay. rider ormally will be decided by onference consisling of Ihe lo anking members of the Sena nd House Armed Services Co: ittees. Baby Bom In Cellar 'When Tornado Threatens Coaigate, Okla.-WP)-The r a i n poured, thunder flashed and a frightened city prepared for a tornado, that never came. In a darkened cellar, with only flashlights to see by, Dr. Wallace Byrd ·delivered a seven-pound firl for Mrs. D. C. .Witherspopn. ..".-·: "There was nothing unusual about the case," Dr. Byrd said ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' Mrs. Wltherspoon arrived at Byrd's clinic shortly before the storm broke Sunday night. Afte they.. heard the. tornado warning they'found shelter in the storm cellar of the Simon Levin home Dr. Byrd made a delivery table . by pushing two long benches to gether. The baby was born an hour after Coaigate'* lights had gone out. " , Chinese Communists Ousted From Island Hong Kong .-W)- Independent Chinese newspapers today s a i d " 1,900 Chinese Nalionalisl guerrilla: last week drove the Chinese Communist garrison off Tungshan Is- t lend and occupied the island two days. Dispatches from Qwatbw said even though the guerrillas have left Tungshan no Red-troops hwre yet reoccupled it. Poultry Market -: · Thepoultr; market today as ,re- 1 ported by the University of Arkansas Institute of Science «nd .Technology and the Dairy and ·Poultry Market News Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. · Northwest Arkansa« market Heady, demand good, volum- of trtdlng normal. Offerings adequate to liberal. Prices paid f.o.b. fkrm reported to 1 p. m.: 24-25 cents, mostly 19;: one lot M cents. hi ^iT'nT" "·""«' "V;i° °v"S Pre?id , en ' Truman waves in answer .to an ovation in Washington after he told Democrats at the Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner he will not be a candidate for reelection"Under his arm is the text of his speech, advance copies of which did not contain Ihe surprise announcement. "Are you haoov over that rtirisinn ·'· Mrc Tmmar, «... ~,i--i ur., "anVthln h · goes,' -- .^... t vi .,.,, ;, t/t .t vl ,, auvaiii:^ i:upic;s ui wmcn aja noi contain tne i Are you happy over that decision?'" Mrs. Truman was asked. "Of course she. replied.. ' Springdale Man Missing Since March 6 is Found Dead Springdale-(Special)-The body of John Kelce Mathis, 59, missing from his home-here since March 6, was found yesterday afternoon in a field at the north end of Springdale by two youths. : A-Coroner's Jury last night determined,- that Mathis' death resulted from natural causes. Coroner Edmond Watson said there was no evidence of violence. The body was discovered about S p. m., in a field of sedge grass by Clyde Hodge, 15, and Royce Jones, 13. They reported the discovery to. Police. Chief Wayne Hyden who.called in Sheriff Bruce Crider and the coroner. Also aiding in the investigation were Springdale Patrolmen Herman McCollough and Lloyd Stockburgcr. Surviving arc his wife, Mrs. Mathis; two sons, Harold Queen d Mari- ling t* etauver's Name May 8e On California Ticket Los Angeles-yPj-Supporters _ en. Estes Kefauyer's bid for It i emocratic presidential nomin; · on are ready to file pelilions ace his name on Ihe June alifornia preferential primal Hot. ; ' · . ' . Dave Foutz, Southern (* mpaign direclor, said the pel ons bearing 16,800 signature 11 be filed-in Sacramento Thur y. The law, requires C,M» si| Due In Washington ^.i..---.".TSSKJ!Y.-.-.v - : . · » , - ,.,, Tomorrow VKftemoon 'Schiphol Airport,'.Amsterdam, The Netherlands-C'PJ-Quee'n Juliana of The Netherlands--cheered by thousands of her subjects--left by plane today for a month's visit to i the United States and Can- Mathis of Springdale, and Leslie Mathis of Kipgsport, Tenn.; one brother, Harold. Mathis of Fort Smith; and five sistcrs, : .Mi-E. Dave Leach of . California;". Mrs. Tilda Leach' of Bentdnville, Mrs. Emma Fletcher of Fort Smith, M r s . Randy Hodges of Fort Smith, and a f i f t h sister of Arizona. Funeral arrangements under direction of Callison-Sisco Funeral Home are Incomplete..- . , --..-.-..*. u .......u LJknl ^ 0 n l i u ^au- usness oay a s o , although his ada. jThe Queen is due in Wash- 1 appearance was greeted with :_-, ---- . . . i l i i e i t -today-- with a - long line of fishermen waiting to get on the water. The new boat dork, partly roofed over, was conrleted in time for opening day and a new office was opened for business. The dog catcher opened for business ioday also, although his ington at 4 p. in. tomorrow, aft an .'overnight stop in Gande Newfoundland. Traveling with her are hi husband Prince Bernard, Dutc Foreign Minister Dirk U. Stikk and 11 others. In Washington, where she wi make a three-day state visit, th Queen will be the guest of Pres ident and Mrs. Truman in the re built White House. Her program in the capital includes a speec to Congress, visits to Mt. Verho and Arlington · National Ceme tery, three receptions and tw state dinners. Pr. James C. Dolley, vice pres- dent of the University of TexXs, las been a visitor in Fayetteville Us week, looking over the Uni- ersity. He.'Js.one of a serie* of men to .vlrtt the campus In con- ertlon 'with the vacancy in 'the resident's office at the rate ·chool. Officials said his visit hid o more significance than thit «f he.others under conslderillon. Another Delay In Cigarette Price Cut Litile Rock-OP)-The Office ,, Wee Stabilization has postponed · Tor another 15 days the effectiyi date of an order which would cu cigarette . prices' in Arkansas. ..''The..order originally was tc have, been effective March 1 Then it was postponed until tp. day, and npw until April 16. The order revokes a regulation which permitted sellers of cigarettes, to comply wtih Ihe Arkansas minimum m a r k u p (fair trades) law. If and when the revrv:alion becomes effective, cigaretle prices willbe reduced one lo Ihree cenls a pack in Arkansas. Disaster Relief For School Building Sought Washington - (fp t . Rcpresecnta- tive Mills (D-Ark) has introduced a resolution In the House calling for "disaslcr relief . . . for public school construction." Mills' resolution would allow up to $900,000 in federal funds lo replace permanent school build- Ings destroyed beyond repair. The 'money would have to be matched by stale or olher nonfederal money. Some Arkansas schools were destroyed In a tornado earlier this month, ... U» Mha TramM New York -Wi- The National Iroadcistlni Company has signed targiret Trumsn for another year [ radio and television perform- Incei. NBC slid last night she will Ip pen r B n nine radio md video llowi it i salary of »2,}00 eaoh. considerably less enthusiasm lhan WES the opening of the lake. This is .the day dog' owners have to begin lying up their pels and getting serious about rabies shots. And while it has bejn open for several days, Ihe new slill hasn'l worn- off Ihe fresh paving on Lalayelle Street. The ancient pavement, full of chips, humps and chug holes, was re-covered last week with a new laye. of a^bhahll, and il's now jim- dandy thoroughfare. Today, is Ihe IRth anniversary of the opening of the Veterans Hospital here. No special observance was held. His Passport All In Order Norman, Okla.-Wj-When travel o the moon becomes a reality, ah Air Force ROTC professor al he University of Oklahoma won't e caught · short.'Maj. Carroll V. ".lines h a s a passport to the loon. Giincs received Ihe passport rom the British Interplanetary Society of London. He sent an ap- ilication' to William Courtnay, a iritish war correspondent and ellow in the .society. Court-.ay has vritlcn a book, "Stellar Passport," n which he speculates on the likc- hond of travel to the moon in he next 50 years. Vote And Nebraska Decide Presidential Favorites Barkley To Be A Candidate, Friends Say In Suflon Trial ChorgeJ^uitoiritd New York-m-An 'all-unle Jury today found Willie (The 'Actor: Sutton and Thomas Kliri| guilty of $64,000 bank robbery two' years ago: . The jury returned its verdict-'at 5:45 a. m., after having the case more than .10 hours. Kling'-and Sullon, a notorious hank" robber and jail breaker, were found guilty on counls nf robbery,, burglary, assault, and grand larceny. Sutton,' 51, and -Kilns, 45, were charged with holding up a branch of the Manufacturers Trust Com- lany in Queens in 1950: Each of he defendants faces up to 30 years in prison. Taking into account their previous records, the penalty could be · considerably tiffer. 40-Hour Police Week Voted In Little Rock Little Rock-(/P;-Thc City Conn- I has approver! a controversial 1-hour work wco't for the Police cpartmcnt, effective today. The rdlnancc, passed last ni(jht, pro- ides for pay at the .cgular rate or a sixth day of work and timc- nd-n-half for work over 48 hours. The Council also na ,ic.i Alder- an Richard Sims acting mayor in ic absence of Mayor Pratl Remel who is 111. Hied By Melting Know Epplng, England -I/P/- Melllng now killed , Ifl-monlh-old Jack 'Mllng yesterday as he lay In his iby buggy outside his home here. Is mother found the child suffo- ted under * pll» of snow which id been eased from the house oof by tht warm afternoon sun. Justice Department Lax, Senator None Asserts .Los Angelen-WH.ongressional nvestigaling committees are dong jobs that rightfully should be one by the Justice Department, Senator Morse (R-Ore) told a Town Hall meeting here. . "If we had a Justice Department that was properly doing ita job, we would not have ' to have' 'a Newbold Morris appointed by the president to act in its stead," the senator said. Vice President Moy Seek Nomination For Presidency . Washington-W- Friends of Vice' Presldenl Alben Barkley leeded only, an expecled nod from iim today to push him inlo ihe icramble for the Democratic pres- dential nomination. They looked for him to be in the ace wlthlri a few days. "Now that President Truman las stepped aside. Mr. Barkley is he only man who can unite the ·arious wings of the Democratic narty thi* fall," Senator Gillelte D-La) declared. "He's the best vote-getter in the 3cmocratic party and he owes' It ^ the party and to himself to lake a formal announcement im- lediately."- Two Democratic senators, Hoey f North Carolina and George of Jeorgla, predicted In separate in- erviews the 74-year-old ' Barkey will he in the presidential der- y before the week ends. And Reprcsenlallve Underwood rom Barkley's home slale of Kenfucky, said Barkley would "carry all Ihe doubtful slates" and assure continued Democratic control of the House and Senate. Hoey said he has no Inside information, but Is confident lhat Barkley will "announce his candidacy this week," George, who Is backlnf hl« .Georiia colleague, Senstor I " «*11. for Ih* riohiinltlbn. Barkley must, leek ; ^ "' Hordin Dies Td'ft Forces Admit Results To Affect r ' Seno tor's Chances .MHwiukee-Orj-One .ot'the ni- tlon's turning-point elections, 'the . Wisconsin -primary, was iindtir way-todiiy." A record one million votes during the 13 hours , , e . tlal nomination'eMfl'.tt-Jieria only shooting for another.!*TM as vice president. - . . - . . ' All congressmen and party leaders apparently have accepted at face value Truman's announcement that he will not run for reelection. Millar* Hardin Dies At Home Youngest Circuit Judge In Stote; Wo$ Low School Groduote Newport, ' Ark.-W)-The young- e«t circuit court Judge In Arkansas, MUlard Hardin, 34, '» dead. Hardin died shortly before midnight li»t liifHt at, his home here. He .reportedly had- been In: ill he*lth;for ; iome time, Hardin ^ar elected: prbsecutint ·ttprtey of the Third judicial dts* ' , »W«d :founye»ra; »nd- then -wtr - Delegates Named To Republican Convention Fayetteville Republicans have named seven"dele«atei 't5~aTtemi he Washington County Republican Convention,' which will b« held here Saturday. The county convention will-eleci delegates to he district GOP convention to be held In Huntsvllle April 15, hrf to the state convention. The Fayetteville. delegates were named Saturday. They are J. C. 'utnam and I. 0. Miller, Ward 1; Hare A. Slice and Viclor Hussum Ward 2; E. W. Brooks and Mrs. V. M. Killer, Ward 3; and W. F. Juskin, Ward 4. Alternates are VS. Chase, C. C. Ryker, F. F. itice, Roy Adams, H. D. Ham- -' - H. Utley, and G. M. committcemen from 'ayetteville, . also named Satur- ay, are S. B. Hnnna, C. C, Ryer, V. E. Hussum, Marc A. Slice, " ' W. M. Killer. Ipnd, B eupp, County C. W. .Atkinson, nd'J. H. Ray. HarJin.had been mentioned fre^ luently as a ·: poulbU .candidate for governor of Arkaniis this 'jftOt'. Bbrii on a farm near Tupelo, Jackson County, he attended Newport High School, then enrolled it Arkansas i State College at Jonesboro, where he began his studies for a law career. He left State in 1937 (·' teach school In Jackson County. In '1131; he enrolled in th* University -of Arkamas, i»y/ .School, .r .i; wa« admlttod to- the' Arkansu:»ir-to In the. summer of IMZ, Hardin entered the -Army as a private- He saw action in the Southwett Pacific, .and was dls«har|ed,'as "* captain in 1»48. He i» survived by his widow: his rarehts, Mr. end' Mrs. Luther Hardlh; a brother, B i l l y Joe Hardirr of Memphis. nd a sister, Mrs. Eleanor Cohn of-Minneapolis. , .. :.--; "'·Funeral service will, be'heldrkl !:30 p. m.' tomorrow In fe First Baptist Church of Newport, Burial will be in Walnut Grove cemetery. : ' : ',. :: : - ,-·'.-,;x.:.- -., DeQueen, Ark.-f/Pi-For (lie third toe in'three -yearj,"DeQueen votes oday.pn. whether to insta ( l park- ng metere. The prop'oial wai de- 'eated In the two previous elec- innK '- ·" ." - . ' · - · · ^ the polls are open, are expected. ; Balloting began at« e. m.;(EST) in(( are.to close-at 9 p. m. in citjej and 8:!0 p. m. In Crural jrtas. -'·· Nebraska voter's also got'their chance today, to giv» the natlpn a glKiipseof what e part of the ireat Midwest thinks about the Rfpub- lican and Democratic "presidential candidates. About 300,000' voters '·' were expected at' the-polii. It w»i th.e,elim«x'to;jtie of the most b(ji «#·'W!W*?»'rim«ry. campaigns ever waged in 'this Republican stronghold. In-Nebraska, the polls opened at"g a. m,, local time, end were to close at s p.m. Republicans on the Wisconsin ticket are Sen."Robert A: Tart cf Ohio, Gov, Earl Warren of Cili- fornla and former. Gov..of'Minne- sota Harold E, Stanen. A ilate entered for Gen. Doutfes HacAr- thur, despite his request not to be represented, al« is en 1he Republican ballot. - · ' · ' . Kefanrer Wuftt Nlfk ' Sen. Eates Kefeuver of Teanea- ·ce; is the principal Oeaeocratie id a yktory for htm i« ·;pricU'c»Uy ' ; '"' · "r~--·"»*« (^·I.MV«V · «w*«»wn« ronciutlon, «ow ftjel the pneMeat .teittt'-**:be. . for M ( are. competing Mr to their natloaal e«venUon; -'. n -'con- «re »t (t*Ju : on the Tru'- · allocation ,,-. -- , however, -- -that urrles ya§t importance. ' It ntay t««c*lly- effect the outlook '°»' ..tSt.eiindJdatef, . . . , tot Senator Tirft. -.- ,. . ,TMt .hu made; a supreme effort - ' - . v , - i ' . - \ of . d y e s for OOP candMHet^SeM- to|! T«ftS»f Ohio and Oe«,:Dwliht p.':Kia«nhower. Runoter e cl««e ·«ond ij the ' e»«t«tt ' ; c - . - e i * - c - TeiM*iiee: end · 8en«tof Kerr ; ; of . Oklahoma. ;·'·' ,. '.^ ; ·; :'··· .-·/-·.; -· th«5:appei'r«d -to -bi^no -deer- cut cholft In either rece. None.ol the . c t i K U d « t t « i ' nu*tar any f Tktery,, , ' Prison InmatesGive Up After Violent J5 Hours TVnntiiM M T / fTti - ·»· . . . . . ' . - · ' Trenton, N. J.-(/P)-Twcnly-three convicts in New Jersey slale prison surrendered to their keepers last night after a 45-hour display nf defiance and violence. Sullen, hungry and cold, the 23 trooped singly from a three-story weapons out of lead pipe and electric cables, - a n d defied prison guards to come In and get them. -The gang shouted complaints about food and medical treatment. Warden William Carly refused to talk to them until they named a --i--. ,,,,,p,,j i umi n mi tT~Mory +nm n/ iiiLin u u i i i incv namcci fl segregation bulldinR they had all,| spokesman. The spokesman asked hut Rutted in a desperate bid for I 'hat someone from privileges they said were denied them. Killors, thugs and sex offenders, the gang had boon placed In the building with 22 others In keep them all from mingling with the prison's 1,300 nther inmate. Early Sunday morning, a riot broke nut In Ihe building. Somehow, yet unexplained, the men smashed cell doors, ripped out plumbing, set matlrcMcs afire, broke up beds and demanded better trcnlmcnl. Six prisoners assigned trusty posts in the building were h«ld captive. Prison guards lobbed test gas grenades Into the building, hut ihcy had nn effect. By dawn a detachment of State Police was nn hand and the show of force convinced 22 to surrender, The others held out. They kept the trusty group prisoner. They 1hrcw plumbing equipment Into prison arbitrate, the convicts' demands, Carty turned a rieaf ear. Two Trenton fire trucks pumped heavy streams of water Into the byllding for two hours, the convicts huddled against walls to avoid the water, and by nightfall reduced their demands. Finally, »n exercise yard, ed outside the ' the convicts gave up. Deciding Best Way To Get Out Of The Army Is To Kill A Man, Private Shoots Officer LampasHs, Texas - (0) - A 19- year-old private shot a young officer to death as a way out of the Army yesterday while onlookers sat motlonlesi. Officials today were attempting t.. decide whether military or dvir-n authorities should m.ke charges in the case. Dlslrlcl Atty. James K. Kvetts nf Helton,. Texas, quoted J Pvt. Michael f . Kunak of Ball more, Md., as saying, "I decided trie best way to get out of the Army was to kill t man," Evetta safd Kunak made an oral statement to him, other officers and In th. presence of i news- paper reporter regarding the fatal . r Jury called in eeajUflctfon with the ·print Jtrm.bfth* Benton County 1 . Cir«H--.C9Mrt,-wai to -recon- · vent tod»y..Th* jiiry rtcened after a one-day. session Marco It. . : Two ei«ej iare:sl«teri ta$n keard by. the p»tit jur*." toiiyi' 1 Tit ihe case . oi.iTwiiji \'tt . ,iV- ,»·'.·-·. Piuss Poultry? Company; lormi(lly.:»f Oe. catur, the plaintirfi ieek la«aga from, the Pluss. Company, far'al- leied contamination of « -str«m wWen-passes ihrevcb Oielr srop- «ry.' : . - · ; , . · · - '-'····'· .-;-·. In.the case of Nannie' ir«fili-A-s. Ruby Hayes, the plaintiff, '» resident of Missouri, iceki to attach the defendant's proper!} in Arkansas.. .. V · · '·-/: · ·-· . - , . Chlc»go-6f»-Two blf »lr conditioning machlnt] arrived in Chicago yesterday for;lnaUU«tion in the International . Amphitheatre, 'here Ihe two national ec.i«*atlew r i l l U-. 1..U I_ ·»..·».. . ·/ '··· ^··^·el; B. Jn^'MWl.'! shooting,of'Second U. Howard will be he(d In July. Williamson, about 22,.of Wash- ' Ington, N, C.,. around noon yesterday. Witnesses said. young soldier walked Into the officers' mess tent of the A2nd Airborne Division signal company, leveled i ,30-callbre carbine at Williamson and fired. -Then the soldier told startled officers, "I don't have any more ammunition." Evetts said Kunak told of numerous attempt* 'to let an Army U*charce. "t hMl nothing ininst the man," Evjtti quoted Kunak

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