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   Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - August 30, 1951, Frederick, Maryland                                Wtttktr Partly etoudr, fcflteffJtjr High, W; Ixmv 57 ribmtk f The who all the an- swers never gets to answer the question. VoL 223. LEASED AMt> RATUMES THE FREDERICK POST, FREDERICK, MD., THURSDAY, AUGUST FOURTEEN PAGES TODAY CENTS FARM FATALLY HURT -NEAR LILYPONS Senate OB Cartage I Washington. Aug. it The Senate Finance Committee voted RUBBER SUPPLY ilS IMPROVED, NPA ANNOUNCES FOR INDIAN DENIED INTERMENT IN SIOUX CITY MEMORIAL PARK Urtau, T.ppled F SiU Uit Nick ON ARRIVAL _ M j IUVL.J to impose regular corpora 47, Near tion taxes on mutual savings banks 1 and building and loan associations, j and to tighten tax treatment of j co-operatives. The estimated revenue gain was nearly fl50.000.000. The committee also voted to _ make the previously approved 12.- i 280.000.000 SYNTHETIC PUNTS Washingtoo. Aug. 29. Cemetery have been authorized. Indian killed in Korea, i "The President feels that the na- i whose body wax barred from burial: tiooal appreciation of patriotic i REFUSE TO FREE OATIS, ENVOY STATES METHODIST BISHOP AJM! H. Be At Wect- minster Be Met Fill After Jtwurjr 1 tax rates AT imCDITAI The House set the same ef- Al nUarllAL ntKl, date for the 53.040.000.000 ___________ increase it voted on corporations. There had been some'pressure to A farm worker toppled from a silo pick a later date, more in line on a farm near Lilypons about 10 with the boosts in personal income o'clock Wednesday night and was levies which are not expected to pronounced dead on arrival effect before October 1. Frederick Memorial Hospital in the j Some 600 mutual savings banks. IN FULL OPERATION will rest among the nation's heroes in Arlington National Cemetery. Through direct intervention by color or Mr. Truman acted after reading j a news story- that authorities at WiU Westminster. Aug. 29 and Mrs. Charles W. Flint of Wash- will be honored tomorrow PEIPIN9 RADIO ATTACKS LATEST ALLIED MESSAGE President Truman today, the In- the Sioux City Memorial Park dian veteran of two Americas wars Cemetery halted the burial of Sgt. will be given a hero's burial. Mr. Truman made the offer after reading of the Sioux City incident. The widow. Mrs. Evelyn Rice, of Winnebaco, Neb., promptly said Not Aker Fashion, Praehazka Says Rice yesterday just as the body was about to be lowered into the The White House said Mr. Tru- COOL RECEPTION AT man ordered the Army to arrange j Hyattstown Fire Department am- (5 990 and loan associa- bulance. r tions and "thousands" of coopera- iJive organizations are affected by _. i staff experts said. umiim. ied of a fractured skull, internal i injuries and a fractured right leg. members [Among cooperatives, the staff the ievies apply Washington, Aug. 28 Government today notified the nation's tire and rubber companies their demands for rubber may be met in full starting January 1. The National Production Author- ity said stepped-up production in the Government's synthetic plants should permit rubber allocation accept the President's offer. the nation's heroes at Arlington, i Her husband. U- S. Army SergL in the tree-shaded Virginia hills John R. Rice. 37. a Winnebago In- across the Potomac River from dian. was killed in action in Korea. Washington i He had'also f ought in World War STATE DEPARTMENT ving their golden wedding anni- versary. He is of the Wash-, inglon Area of the Methodist! Church. The dinner will be the evening climax to the Westminster pastors' j school of the Baltimore Methodist I Conference in its 40th session I week at Western Maryland College. Approximately 150 liters and their wives are attending. of the conference are the Westminster Theological Semi-' Of Of Trace Talks For Tke Present RIDGWAY ACCUSED OF BEING EVASIVE "on the of need in the first farmer group. MEMBERS SCORE The accident occurred on the farm to llrcer organizations of Mrs. Ollie Cosgrave. where work-1 anj leaves men were filling the silo. Witnesses j exempt. told State Police investigators Gilmer had been drinking for seve- t ral days and that he climbed into j A ftl T A A II F H II the silo. When be reached the top. t H II M L II K K I they said, he toppled outside and j I" U II I U U Itl L II I fell about 25 feet to hard ground. Native Of Pennsylvania Hyattstown rescue and ambulance Cews were summoned and they I ished the man to the hospital here, j Friends of the deceased said he is a native of Charleroi. Pa., and that he has a brother named Ed- ward and his father surviving in that section. They said he has been. living in -this area since 1937 and has been employed on construction work in Hagerstown and with the Department of Interior in Wash- ington. They'said "he has been working in the Urbana-Park Mills section, on farms for about three His estranged wife. Mrs. Mar- garet Mundell .Gilmer. formerly of near Urfaana. and a Wesley quarter of 1952. Until then, rubber allotments for passenger car tires and most other civilian products will be based as now on 90 per cent of i pre-Korea usage. For highly .Along with President Truman's could not be buried in the local action, protests' rolled up follow- cemetery, ing the disclosure that the ser- Mrs. Rice, a white woman, said geant's body had been denied she bought a lot in the cemetery burial in a Sioux City cemetery because of his Indian ancestry. The Association of American In- dian Affairs demanded a public apology from the cemetery- Washington, Aug. 29 nary and Western Maryland Col- Tokyo. Thursdsv. Aug. 30. Tirv -.M bassador Vladimir Prochazka said wilh the pf directors The China radio today ripped In bsoux the widow said of the Westminster Pastors Schools, into Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway's e dio not know that Indians i 'ooaj czecno_io% vuli ,he Baltimore Conference Board of latest stand-pat message over yield to any propaganda or econ- Ministerial Training and the Com- crisis at Keasong. saying it "resort- and signed the contract without noticing a clause which barred her husband from burial. A cemetery spokesman said it was an established policy that only members of the "Caucasian" i race could be buried in Maj. Gen. Harry H. Vaughn. White House military aide, tele- graphed, the Mayor of Sioux City: the Memorial Park. He said the -nn "P1ease advise the family of cemetery- is nonsectarian and does (per cent. l00 Stt. _ John R. Rice that arrange- not recognize "class or but j NPA also relaxed its rubber con- trols in six respects. These in- cluded elimination of the 30-day j limit on tire and tube stocks in Kerr about 25. reside Win Majority Of In 4-H Jadcing At Timonium Timonium. Aug. J9 ments for burial in Arlington ihis does not apply to race. NEW DRAFT REGULATIONS :he hinds Gf dealers, sr.d removal j I A WAIT TRUMAN'S SIGNATURE NPA officials told members of _ the Rubber Industry Advisorv omic pressure" to free Associated mission on Ministerial Training ed to plain lies. Press Correspondent William N.. of the Methodist Church as spon- Wednesday had check- ed the fate of the Kaesong truce Monday and tajk5 up to the Red corn- Oatis from prison. Prochazka made that statement to newsmen after a 30-minute con- ference with Acheson. will continue Friday. manders bv refusing to. knuckle Secretary of On the faculty are D, W. G. demand; butoffel: rt of to resume the conference. The Oatis case is closed, ne I Theological Seminarv; Dr. William J _ said. j j. Faulkner. Dean of the chapel.; A_ broadcast today by Peiping Asked whether this meant there i Fisk University: Dr. Earl H. Fur- accuse? Kidgway of being is no chance of freeing Oatis. the j geson. Professor of Preaching and i ?test ambassador replied, "no comment." Pastoral Theology, Westminster' Broadcast hedged some- He added: 'Theological Dr. j in wrth a headqaar- "In no instance, either in the i David Wesley Soper. Chairman cnarse that the Communists case of trade or propaganda pres- j of the Department" of Religion at' August daylight probe sure, will we be influenced. j Beloit College. Wisconsin. 1 j of the alleged bombing. Dean of the school is G. Custer of about 747.000 long tons of new rubber in the first half of 1952. I This would be a record. It com- pares with 609.000 tons in the first half of this year and 1.238.557 in gomery County youngsters grab- the previous peak year. 1950. bed a major share of the honors in early judging today of livestock entered by Maryland 4-H Club members in competition at the Timonium State Fair. Almost as a matter of course, rubber: Of red Men Will Be Elifible For Service Ontrol Over Natural Kubber The improved supply may per- mit a sweeping change in control' anas SEASON OPENS ON OCTOBER 5 "We will not yield." Acheson Explains V. S. Position Crorn-.vell. Registrars are Douglas! Secretary Acheson, he said, had 1 R. Chandler and Montgomery j stated the American Government's i Shrover. j position on the Oatis case on talk- j ing with him this afternoon. Yesterday. President Truman told the Ambassador that releasing I A i procedure. However, present today to make funeral arrange- ments- State Trooper Harold Basore and Trooper H. P. Q-Brien con- mlso won a Barbara Ann and Joyce Riggs of require a specified percentage of Washington. Aug. 29. of draft deferred eluding married j be liable for military service under i regulations now await- j t Truman's sii Gaithersburg won the first and synthetic, in virtually even- civil- Service said today that j fifth place ribbons in the Holstein ian product. reguhu.ons. carrying out pro- j class for senior heifer calves. Thev said.it was not certain of mihtary tram- j Squirrels And Doves Be- come Legal Targets On Same Date ribbon in ducted the investigation in con- the class for Junlor calves. junction with the Medical Exami- i 'ggs Barbara Ann U 19 and Joyce 17 have more than 30 in their dairy herd and both are multiple prize winners in 4-H contests the FOREIGN AW FUNDS URGED IN CONGRESS S. Cawot Stead Alone Bwtilt WwM. tvm. Washington. Auf. 28 that the United States 'cannot stand alone in a hostile Senator Connally (D-Tex.) asked the Senate today to vote for the aid of nations arrayed against Communism. The chairman of the Senate's Foreign Relations Committee said the huge program designed to carry out a fundamental police- already approved by Congress. "The policy to which I refer past several years. Barbara Ann is national 4-H Hoistein champion girl and was a member of the Maryland 4-H dairy judging team that won last year's national contest and then went on to win an international champion- ship at Cambridge, England, July gykesrille Girl Sevres Another big winner was 17-. year-old' Hizabeth Ann Prough. who is in partnership with her father. Marion Prough. on a 53- acre hog farm near Sykesville. She won the-grand champion- ship for Berkshire, pigs, with firsts in the Competition for junior spring gilts, senior spring fills, and senior sows and a second in the contest for spring Elizabeth Ann has been in 4-H ic that of strengthening the United i work four years, raising purebred States through strengthening our Berksbjres as a club_ project. he said. "It it the policy recognizes that the United States cannot stand alone in a hostile world. Howard Entry Wias Howard Stiles of Airy ex- hibited the grand champion senior Jersey female. He and his brother "It is the policy that seeks to Clifford won blue ribbons in sev- promote world peace through help- subsidiary classes. Patricia _.JT __ m trrt ing the free nations of the world make themselves 50 strong that no aggressor will dare to attack rhem." -Majority Leader McFarland (D- Ariz.) called for a vote on the bill, described too slow." "Every day gamble with atcmic catastrophe." he said. Messer of. Gaithersburg, had the junior champion Jersey female. Robert. H. Holler. Middletown. took ribbons in three of. the classes for Chester White pigs and one of his entries wound up the this outcome, but confident enough to invite tire and rubber com- panies to submit estimates of their first-quarter 1952 rubber needs- Forms will be prepared soon. If the total of these estimates is Oatis was the most important thing Czechoslovakia could do at this time to improve relations be- the two countries. Mr. Truman told Prochazka that when the new Ambassador pre- sented his creditials at the White House. Oatis was sentenced to prison on charges of espionage. The State Department has denounced his trial as a fraud and farcical. The State Department, giving am i official account of the Prochazka- Acheson meeting, said Acheson did RENT CONTROLS ARE DEMANDED Refused Daylight Cheek Allied liaison officers had rush- ed to Kaesong shortly after mid- night August 22. in response to a Red sumomns and there handed some bits of metal as "evi- dence" of a bombing. Peiping said today that' when ing and service act. have been I With the approach of September, j dor but merely showed him to a not ?hake hands with the Ambassa- completed and sent to the White hunters are getting impatient. Dis- House and Government agencies trict Game Warden Benjamin F. involved. Phebus. Sr., said Wednesday uiahL act reduces the minimum j Complaints are growing IQ num- age from 1B to years, i ber, he said, about persons shoot- it UIC Ui iUCSC C5LlUiai.C5 U t ,-f. j _Uuui_ not "excessive." the new plan will maximum, draft age remains jJa? squirrels out of season. seat Following is part of the Department's report of the meet- go into effect. Otherwise. NPA said, the present control system will be continued. Plenty Of Liqnid Latex ing: "The Secretary repeated the remarks jnade to the Ambassador by the President -yesterdav to the _ He explained that the squirrel effect that if the Ambassador is Selective Service said that as season does not come, in this year soon as President Truman approves j until October 5. the same day "that the new they will be the dove season opens at noon? Tenants' Spokesman Would Declare Balti- more Area Critical The Government's J800.000.000 Printed and distributed to local Last year the dove season started j draft boards to take effect as soon j September l and the open season as possible. synthetic industry now is com pJetely reactivated. Plants using petroleum as the basic ingredient are running at capacity; those us- ing alcohol are to be brought up to capacity operation. NPA disclosed also that the i, Government's stockpile of liquid in Class 3-A. Although no j on squirrels began September 15 The major change is in the non- a 15-day period, deferment of childless married I Mr- Phebus said he and Deputies men. j Durwood W. Kettells and Glenn D. On July 31. Selective Service j Butts will, appreciate any informat- had 500.000 childless husbands de- !ion about shooting out of season. longer deferred under the new j latex is been fuU. in fact, since March. Demand has shifted to synthetic latex, probably because of lower price. NPA therefore removed controls on natural latex entirely. Lifting of the 30-day inventory limitation on tires and tubes affects wholesale dealers, retailers and opeartors of truck fleets. A 15-day limit on tires held by auto manufacturers also was lifted. These actions reflect improved, ___ _________, lire production. NPA said. Also.! Actually will become eligible Kail Bird Season Satarday The open season on rail birds one-third of the 500.000 I in on Saturday but few of probably wiU fail to pass their i these birds are shot in Frederick physical examinations since the! County, he explained. The local rejection rate has been around 36 season will be delayed in tween this country and the United States he must understand ihe need for prompt steps on his part to effect the release of American citizens unjustly imprisoned in! Czechoslovakia. "The Ambassador said he would report the Secretary's remarks to Baltimore. Aug. 29 (.4V-Designa- tion of Baltimore and surrounding counties as a critical defense hous- ing area so all rent controls could be restored was urged today by a spokesman for tenants. Frank A. Colonell. a tenant member of the Baltimore Rent Ad- Board, a definite and stantial shortage of housing for workers or military personnel." i He said rents have increased i were weakened and that mili- his Government." this area until October 5. Doves can be shot between noon per cent Mtrr Than ISO.Mt Affected A number of others will gain and sundown from _ deferment because their wives I tnrouf n_ November 3. The daily have become pregnant or because j ba? they are in essential service. Se- lective Service estimates that the number of married non-fathers Press Association To Study Ban On Newsmen Colonell offered statistics show- i ing that 10.425 units in 608 Balti- more rental housing projects are j 93.3 per cent occupied and that military housing projects are 93.3 per' cent occupied and that mili- tary housing projects are 100 per cent fulL j the Allied liaison officers asked for j a daylight check the Reds replied "further investigation was unneces- j sary as the existing evidence was i in itself conclusive." The broadcast insisted, however, the Reds had told tht Allied rep- resentatives they could back the next day if they first made contact by radio. This, the Red version stated, was not done. Accusing Ridgway in his Wed- nesday reply by stacking it with contradictions. Peiping said: "On the one hand, he slanders our side as refusing to continue the investigation while on the other stubbornly refused our request for a reinvestigation Cancelled has no' way of ex- plaining the doubts of the entire world at to why the-side -which claims to hayt requested an inves- tigation now rejects it while side which was alleged to havt re- fused any reinvestigation is now demanding it Why is Ridgway so afraid of his final Ridgway noted that the Reds had called off all meetings August 23. giving the bombing incident as tht reason. himseif later concurred in that opinion and told the Communist leader so. There was little expectation that the snarled cease-fire negotiations it as "too small frand champion in the division. j Donald from the How- delav it a ard County town of Dayton, domi- nated the competition for Duroc hogs and had the grand champion. The Holloway family, from Dar- j lington in Harford county, took a large share of the prizes in the Hampshire hog division. Margaret Holloway captured the grand championship Results, of 4rH livestock judging included: Holstein, junior heifer calves: the industry will soon enter the Mason of slackened demand. For rubber manufacturers. NPA increased the 20-day limit on synthetic rubber inventories to 30 days, and allowed manufacturers to hold a full 60-day stock of na- tural rubber. The latter action re- laxes a rule which forbade pur- chases of more than one month's supply at a time. JUDGE SETS VAM7ATIOX Keyser. W. Va.. Aug. 29 cuit Judge Ernest A. See has en- tered an order in court here, fixing the tax valuation of the Western Maryland Railway s West Virginia property for 3950 at The State has appealed the order. West Virginia Board of Public Corks, which fixes tax valuation r public utilities in the state, had placed the Western Maryland Class HI and fV properties at for 1950. The company contended the valuation should have been S9 253.582. CARS COLLIDE At Wednesday afternoon at ihe Y, M. C A. corner of Church and Court Mary Alice Shariahan. failing to stop for a red light collided with a car driven A. Ditimar Shaff. The damage. "io Mrs. Shanahan's car was S100 ind on Mr. SnafTs Mrs. snaaahan potted collateral StKUCK BY GIMMCR Aagustine Wickless. 34. Linden Jills, was injured at Camp Wednesday when struck ifi the head by a steel girder. He was re- j Wills. McDonogh. Irvin King. Gaithersburg. Ross E. Smith. Jr.. Monk ton. Bruce Serfage. Olney. M. Welter. Route 2. Ellicott City. 6 David Brauning. Finksburg. L. Thompson. Jr, Boytts. Toms. Olney. Toms. Olney. bara Ann and Joyce Riffs. Gaith- ersburg. Holstein senior heifer calves; Barbara Ann and Joyce Riggs. David Brauning. Dor- sev. Boyds. Hoover. Der- wood. Ann and Joy Riggs. Marth. Preston. Hoft. New Windsor. Remsberg- Middletown. Ross E. Smith. Jr. Hoff. New Windsor. (Continued On Page Foot) BAKER TAKES BLAME IN MYSTERY DEATHS Says In One Of His Sacks Responsible In France Pont-Saint-Esprit, France. Aug. 29 baker in this tiny Rhone River port told investigators day he felt that one of his sacks of flour was responsible for "the bread that kills and makes men mad." Four persons have died and 2? are still mental sickness attributed ;o bread baked for induction -will be between 150.000 and. 200.000. The new regulations also tower the minimum score for passing the armed forces induction mental tests from 70 to 65. An estimated 150.000 thus may lose their deferment under the lower i said no more pheas- dards. iani5 fee liberated in the Coun- The new law also calls for class- i year U that ifieation of many thousands of dis- placed persons who have permanent residents of The editors of the. town's two! housing area. 8. The bag limit on squirrels re-! jsong until the Soviet delegation has had s peace con- i next week- thought would strong trading renewed war. them not to publish it. J. McGuirk. the chairman, riid it! 1 A -'_ IS CAJJCCICO IO t J that winter in thiTarea "The Press Associa- had no plans for considering such j I expected to is naturally' concerned about i a petition to the Federal authori- "Mtnttter iTUClttT If t- before the n w concerned l tnis situation, but has not tht. incident. petition vet i ties. qual1 be r distribu s noi venues. I A AID saiiA MPA The Baltimore defense area in-j Appealing Tine President Elmer M. Jackson, gen- i eludes the counties of Baltimore, eral manager of the Gazette at Annapolis. Capital! Cecil. Carroll. Howard, and Anne-Arundel. try while not yet holding TJ. 5. citizenship. About 9.000 conscientious objec- tors, heretofore deferred, will be required to do essential possibly at overseas the new law. c j spring and quail were liberated' e lt this summer in scattered sections. He said the Association would j Rents were decontrolled in Cecil j ing his conviction in magistrate's Harford j Cumberland. Aug. 29. j Winchester. Va.. trucker is appeal- TRUMAN'S ELECTION meeting Sept- by Federal order. Since then, a j court under a ruling which makes 8 at Ocean City. naval training station at Bain- a bridge part of a highway. "Any meeting of a Town Council bridge has reopened. J. Milton Dick, in should be open not only -Carroll County rents were de-j line with a ruling by Attornev porters, but to the public." he controlled by the 1951 State Leeis- i General Hall Hammond." fined si added. Mature. driver for the EUicott Motor Lines The Paul E. Fitzgerald j Controls were lifted in sections Of Winchester S1.038 for violation I of the Cecil Whig, and Gerard j of Anne Arundel and Howard of a posted bridge weight limit. j Borstel of the Cecil County -Demo-j counties .through.local action. Har.- The driver was arrested for driv- Carolina Editor Feints 'crat- rePortsd in their newspapers {ord and Baltimore counties and jng a truck weighing 37 300 :that delegation of citizens had i Baltimore City still are general i over 4 Potomac River crossing JT nnieni. complained of rowdyism around' control. posted for 20.000 pounds Ability cafe and that the Council had New housing erected since; Magistrate Dick fined the driver instructed the police chief to take j February 1. 1947 is exempt. Balti- ,t a new highway overweight p-rt- is M pre-j action and to raid if necessary, i City also has lifted controls ahy rate of six cents i pound. _...... "on apartmerits up to five rooms; the driver contended he should renting for or more. Other: have been fined not more than units escaped control few years to the penalty provision ago after tenants agreed to a 15- for exceeding posted bridge limits BRITONS FOUND Cent infease in for Hammond ruled that a bridge 5s a part 0{ highway, that the new j rate applied and that the old limits had been 'repealed by implica- -Mary- j tion." up for Magistrate Dick. announced that Fri- appeal is being taken to Cir-. ference: Court Alexandria Man Held For Grand Jury Action ______ i pre-j action and to raid if necessarv. i Hagerstown. Aug 19 dictlon President Truman will j Mitchell contends the a Benedict. 37. Va. ?r next and with police rentii vt Vm. i---------- ordered held for action of th- i by an that they tipped off a raid. y today for stealing his'eve" than in 1948. j airplane came from one of his close! a well one-year lease. London. Thursday. Aug. 30 for Benedict a tivil l The Daily Herald reported today It was contained in an article in i engineer, 'who was charged in here Aug. 17. Com-; way. I forgot to deliver w- he was arres- his poli-j si.srjst i MTSTERT _ f j more than ire-election, in part, on "the terrific sieur Nizon. in nearbv Carsan. "He came by the" next day j noved to Frederick Memorial Hos- Air ReWlted Dital in the M. E. Eichisoo and Son I mm i in part, on 1 cocoon TO re- Fttat Tmt 1J45 JgR SSffig num- World War H who separated jn -fervent fever" or "St. Anthony's IMS at Germany, held an illness caused by a AKTCKOVICH AKKCSTED Los Angeles. Europe. i mission will sit sn on the -sessions. drij, Anukovir-h. 50. former Mrs. will tase pan :n panel Cabinet of one. has been 'ons during the on the French Riviera j A program i with her three children- and has' appearance Friday mercan Croatian Cabinet member. 'arrested today on a Federal war- A- w rant cnarSJng him with the mur- Aioert on January 26. 1942. of Peter _ -_ vt-wB v.i f CI-C4 Washington. Aug. 29 i of j Tt! i Archbishop of Sarajevo. wrted satisfactory early today. THE WEATHER The weather forecast for Mary- Mid today: "Some cloudiness and warm followed by scattered thunder- showers in afternoon." So far those promised thunder- howers haven't hit close to home. live in hope again today. rn for pastures would be a rig help. man. their first reunion here last week- end when three of them and their wives were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Smith, fast Fourteenth street. They were a team with the 3Ist Photo Reconnaissance Squadron during World War H. The visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Reed and son. Joseph, of Barry. Texas: Mr. and Mrs. Homer W. Weaver. Kansas City. Kans., and Mr. and Jessie T. Salem, Va, B-' the people the politicians Hagerstowu. Aug 29 office here says Hagerstown is I i Commission, who will outline thej j procedure in compiling i under the 1951 tax law. Conlyn E. Noi; ts in Kent County, is i State Asociation.; Artukovich had been at liberty. awaiting a deportation' I hearing. cereal fungus known as ergot. A scientist said there was such an epidemic in Russia in About 200 persons called for medical care in Pont-Saint-Esprit 
                            

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