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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - January 23, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              DAILY AVERAGE NET P A 1 D CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 57TH 17497 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day Dally Leased Wire Reports or United and International Sews Service INS CHESTER PA MONDAY JANUARY 2 ITALY IS READY1 PROMISE SENSATION IN BROWN TO APPEAL FORi NEW DEBT PARLEY I Envoy Will Discuss Neces sary Steps With Secre tary Stimson Britain to Send Represen tatives to U S to Also Talk Terms WASHINGTON Jan The first tentative step toward re vision of the Italian war debt was taken today Ambassador Aug tisto Rosso called on Secretary of State Stimson ami inquired about the prospects of debt discussions after March 4 WASHINGTON Jan ate steps are to betaken by other i debtor nations following the lead of i Great Britain looking toward re opening war debc negotiations it was revealed today Italy will be ihe first While with out definite instructions from Premier Mussolini the Italian AmI bassador Augusto Rosso will discuss with Secretary of State Stimon I within the next few days the steps necessary to bring about a conference i As a result it is expected Italy will make a formal request to send a i debt commission to Washington soon i after Presidentelect Roosevelt takes i office Italy paid its instalment on December 15 as did Great Britain It was pointed out today that the Presidentelect following his debt i parley with President Hoover last IN FORWARD STEP IN LEGISLATURE Forecast Is Committee Will Report Sunday Sports Bill Favorably BEER BARON SOUGHT FOR TAX FRAUD Group Examines State Ex pendituresjPSC Probe to Push Along HARRISBURG Pa Jan interest in ancient blue law revision vied with legislative lead ers accent on stave savings today as rhe fourth week of the 1933 General Assembly opened The legislators had much to do be ginning with the resumption of the session tonightSome of them found Federal authorities usingthe same themselves occupied at once with thc rid Chicago of Al Ca 36 STATES RATIFY AMENDMENT TO END 1AMEJDUCKS Holdover Session of Con gress Is No More as Mis souri Decides Was in Race WithOther Commonwealths to Cast the Final Vote JEFFERSON CITY Mo Jan 23 i Hurriedly summoning legisla tors from iheir homos for an earl session Missouri today won n hot contested race to become the 3Gth State to ratify the lame duck amend ment to the Federal Constitution Thirtyfive Stales had ratified the EASTWEST ROMANCE e a new Senate committee named to con have into action oil R Vorks Public Knomy No Flcjjenhcimor above beer rack eteer who tinue the Public Service Commission investigation which planned lo meet lhu j during the day and organize i Three of the committee are hold Jovers irom the body which ran j solS1t him with evading m aground after a series of mUmctive income tax payment of more than I actions againstit They are Senators i 522000 I Roberts of Northampton Coyne of1 Allegheny and Pethick of Wayne I Four are new members namely John McCluro of Delaware county Krause of Philadelphia Baumer of i I Cambria nnd Ealy of Somerset i I Members of n joint committee on i state expenditures continued their i examination of departmental spend i ing On their report the House nnd Senate Appropriation Committees in o rr v r L urMion ihe short last Snt only one more rnti to niiike it effective for the PORTED OUT BY to find some solution for the worlds woes it was learned in official quar ters LONDON Jan cabinet failed today to reach a de cision on the United States sugges tion for reopening debt discussions by sending a delegation to Washingi ton The Ministers decided after an i hours discusion to take up the i question again Wednesday LONDON Jan United States invitation to Great Britain to send representatives to Washington to discuss the British war debt makes the discussion con Detective Parker Hints Making an Arrest in Case Tuesday PALMYRA N J Jan ESTER WOMAN GIVEN sions with Rwisevelt are also ejected i armpU The picture shows how Brown Avould have hadto i r to be the first of a series of wfdeopn in M hand and Uh Ultimb on trigger rt Tomorrow the House Law and Or parleys with thc Powers in an effort i f I Elhs Parkcr noted sleuth has riven up dcr Committee will take a decisive jruuiih n an enoii his theory of suicide and has promised a real j stcP on Bme Law rcvisjon and stair were the com mil tor would report Sunday sports and amusement i sponsored by Rep Schwartz Philadel j phia The House body had refused I to grant public hearings on the con i troversial measures but this privi MassnchusetLs appeared to be ihe favorite becnuse it operates nn hour or more earlier than other Stales in the race due to time difference Georgia and Utah prepared to spree up operations however in n bid for he honor W M McTediih speaker of Ihe Mis souri House made Jijs Stale Ihe dark horse by secretly nailing legis lators by telephone lust night and nrrangins to convene Jour hours early today The amendment was ratified nitnin one minute niter ihe House convened Thc Sennlo pnssed he bill in 4 i r RaLificnlion of the lame cluck t IvCmOVing amendment is n long step toward plac ing controlof the government in the hands of chosen representatives of the Volstead Is Favored PRICE TWO CENTS NEGRO ADMITS CAUSING DEATHS OF 2CHILDREN Says He Set Fire to Home on Pancoast Street in Spirit of Revenge Refused to Aid Neighbor in Attempt to Rescue Little Victims r GOCS O Upper mem House and Speedy Action Is ProiTiiscd of iheir will through the WASHINGTON Jan 231 iheir represent n lives people Senator George IMlcnttl objection Alfred John Stewart 54 Negro alleged pyromaniac was arraigned for a hearing in police court at noon today on a murder charge He was held without bail for Court Detectives say Stewart the grand father of two Negro children who 1 were burned to death xvhen flames gutted their home 323 Pancoast street late last Friday night Has confessed to firing the structure to get revenge on his wife who he chnrftos with running around with other men The innocent victims were Ernest Ward Jr 2B months old and his broiher Ronald 5 months old whose charred bodies were found by fire men after the flames were subdued Stewart was seen to run from the house after the fire started and was found in hiding three blocks awv i When found by State Detective James Meli Stewart was hiding be twcen two mattresses in the garage Incnr faecond and Pulton streets i fate wart was seen to enter the garage by a woman who informed police i Stewart and his wife Elizabeth occupied the same house with Mr and Mrs Ward parents of the chil dren Stewart is said to be the sec ond husband of Mrs Stewart Friday night police learned Stewarts wife left the home In com Hubby Smacked Her When She Insisted Upon Him Sharing Bedcoverine i thr lege probably will be opiTnc Senate Judiciary Committee toAction in November Norris ponents and proponents in the Senclay recommended thrx n democratic form of ate parentsinlaw hut love in the interior of the house won out and rouplc eloped jifteH lo fid in quelling them When John lnno from his parj sfn reached the house he saw Stewart Despite the fact that your wife pulls own wealthy young Philj the covers off you and snuggles under Scores of new legislative proposals were ready for introduction while committees urged to action by their recommended that Congress legalize 305 per cent taftcr and wine j v l m v L f o j i i j j j uj Amendment of the Volstead net rej as soon as possible after these wishes moving all penalties for manufacture Christmas rift siae ot the adelphia business man was killed by them on cold nights it silence was about to con Wjn from the House indicated Rep and his FAIR AND COLDER WEATHER FORE C AST being Continued on Last Page j someone with good etiquette to smack her j Chief Morris Beck said today on the ear Judge Albert Dutton Mac1 PaV his per cent There is something behind the bade decided in granting a divorce to Governor Pinchot I Senator o i MrvArtVc TTrtT All thlDll PH TiTonl TOrtvinVtlijin i officers worked on measures j sale and transportation of malted nnd fermented beverages of that alcoholic Democratic i content was ordered reported favor ably to the Senate The committee defeated R to G nn amendment by Senator Bratton J1 program j Dem N M to reduce the alcoholic con nt the1polls pro same time I content of legalised beverages to 2 to JRRislate for the people broken Sarip known Under the old system not only are those representatives just elected by lhc people prohibited from enter ing upon their duties but they musl also stand idly by while the old Con press many of whose members hnve TALKINGCABINET Mrs and colder is the foreran fmi or holdun men foi nomup men coaled he declared Mere thieves of the 1000 block Hancock street this city from George B Blansfield 32 of thc Republican j tamed adoption of an he situation prohibiting Ihe saleof to fina about j ccnt beverages to minors Ths evils of such n situation are Borah Rcpn Idaho obi to nnystudent of govern per e said ment Under these conditions a Con gress rcpuriiatcd nt the ycncrn1 elec tion may put on the statute Springs Close to G 0 P Progressives WARM v SPRINGS Ga Jan Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 54 degrees at p ra and the lowest was 44 at 7 a m The average was 4D compared with nor malof 32 The highest temperature ever recorded here on January 22 was TO in 1906 and the lowest was 2 in 1888 Sunrise today was at a m and sunset will be at p m Eastern Standard Time For the first was men i a Blansfield 32 of nnn nnn V j utl aDOUI i cent beverages to minors said uon may on thc statute books t3r T taken the 700 block Madison street this i needed tor i it was adopted without a record wt i Iaws were ncluallv condemned tioubie to make it appear i city i unemployment relief on the basis of j The committee adoptcd nn amend ln thc preceding election The coverpulling episode was but New taxes we mcnt offered bv Scnntor nil i Norris pointed out elimination of time Browns one f thc thlngs which made up the authori cruel and barbarous treatment his death was I gounas on which Mrs Blansfield murder and not suicide as j the divorce On March l COL ROBT H WOODS IS ORDERED EAST a some had believed VJ 1923 she testified before the master Ellis H Parker county detective her husband took her engagement said he had obtained important new from a drawer and sold evidence and would make an the diamond in it for He promptly lost the she declared and to her later with a t stituted for the diamond leaders own Governor Pinchot ctoims V consolidating tax collection Department of Revenue can p l4lLUi adXer short session would ellminotn i termination to maintain n close work ing alliance between Democrats and Progressive Republicans in the new there and asked him to get the chil i dren while he ran and turned in the fire alarm Stewart is alleged to have replied To hell with them let them burn He then ran away Saturday night an inquest was con ducted at the undertaking parlors of P White Third and Norrls streets by Coroner Scheehle A verdict of murder was returned by the coroners jury after they heard the evidence of detectives Stewart was held with out bail for court by the coroner but will have to go through the formality of a formal vhearing before Police Magistrate Honan tomorrow The alleged confession Is to have beenrnade in the presence of Assistant District Attorney Clement J McGovern Detective Captain George Fccney Assistant County beverages in States which remain dry lhc opportunity for nn unjustifiable i anv ns Kraiii t nv Tallinn urie I filibuster oflmi hi loim C11CO Will Senator make an arrest would be sensational had maintained previously that Brown killed himself Local po lice authorities had held to a homicide theory Doctors who examined the body said it would have been impos sible for Brown to have shot himself Brown was found dead in his home for turn turn onoonn Ropn Wis saidI filibuster oflcn conducted by lame after the meeting that the prohibition I members desirous of tying up obtained Of advertising in dry states extended I Ippislntion V tho Presidio San are leav ing there the latter part of this month on an army transport for New York Colv and Mrs Woods were formerly stationed in Chester and have been ordered to the east coast They expect to motor through Chester on thefr way south from New York and will visit some of their many friends in this vicinity There were two bullets in his body and a ipistol at and radio as well ns to will take when newspapers and periodicals Chairman Norris of the committee for an inquiry into the State Hich On the occasion when he had all n the bed covers and she pulled them over her she said her husband hit her under the right ear and raised a lump which she described as the of a silver dollar In addition to these things she complained he drank frequently and caused her The Norris lame cluck constitu tional amendment was ratified by the necessary 3G States ns follows 1 Virginia March 4 2 New York March 11 3 Mississippi Mnrch Ifl 4 New Jersey March 21 f Arkansas March 22 6 SouthCarolina March 25 7 Kentucky March 30 8 Michi gan March 31 9 Maine April 1 10 Rhode Island April 14 11 Illinois MENS ACTIONS SUSPICIOUS An automobile bearing New Yoik license plates containing several men stopped near the Chester pharmacy at Third and Pusey streets shortly after noon today and when the ac tions of the occupants appeared to the druggist to be promptly telephoned Before the detectives arrived howi vvas killed has assisted ever the automobile drew away and was her that they learned was soon lost to view the pistol found beside his body was April 20 1923 KILLEDBY BURGLAR his side Not until detectives exjfreafc humiliation when ho walked up amined the garage behind the house street intoxicated did homicide seem probable The The couPle was married in Elkton lights of Browns on The Md March 19 motor was still warm The walls were dotted with bullet holes show ing that Brown had been shot there Doctors said that with his wounds he could not have gone from the gar age to the house Parker refused to divulge his new UC1 fuluus w of Brown was an executive of the Franklin Printing Company a busi ness founded by his father who killed himself in 1931 INJURIES FATAL TO LINWOOD BO Speedy has been promised Presidentelect Roosevelt in conf Virginia July 30 14 Pennsylvania April 21 12 Louisiana July 4 13 West fercnces with Democratic leaders put j August 11 15 Indiana August 15 to of n long con for Senators Bronson Cutting of New Mexico nnd Robert M LaFol Ictto of Wisconsin Thn conference coming after Mr Roosevelts close nssociation with Senator George Norris of Nebraska on his inspection of Muscle Shoals wus interprLLtci indicating that the Roosevelt program for economic rehabiliation would incorporate many of the planks advocated by the Lib eral Republican group in thc Senate It also appeared to make more defi nite the prospect that nl least one of the Progressive Republicans thai bolted to the Democratic ticket last Detective Rac Kaplan Detective Hardman and City r i lie beer bill among the he 116 7 17 Alabama I November would sit in the new cnb wanted enacted at this short session September 13 1932 18 North Caropnet Pour Republicans and two Demoi Hna January 4 1033 Oklahoma Senitor LaFoIlrMivsoid Mr Roose While roller skating on Ridpe road joined to vote in favor of rcduc January 5 20 California January veil gave n symnaihetic hcrninc to HELD TO ANSWER CHARGE OF LIBEL Clement H Congdon editor and publisher of the Transcript a Phila delphia weekly was arrested in his offices at Broad and Chestnut streets Saturday afternoon on a warrant obtained in this city by Dr J Miller of Second and Flower streets He Ls charged with criminal libel Congdon accompanied detectives to Central Station and after waiving a hearing posted 52000 bond for his appearance at the March term of criminal court this county The charges are paid to grow out of a statement published in a December Linwood Saturday afternoon Wil inp the alcoholic content to 2 per j 21 Nortli Dakota January 5 22 hi pinns for rrlicf which Dr Miller is accused drug ring Se 21 and separated Iiam LMcNamara 9 of 217 Worrilow j cent street Linwood was struck by an automobile and injured thc little victim dying less than an hour later After that was defeated they Arizona 12 23 i r January 13 24 Montana January 13 Continued on Last Pnsc 25 Oregon January 16 26 Kansas ZANESVILLE Ohio Jan a noise in the bedroom of his 6yearold son Sam uel Phillips 40 manager of the U S was shot and in the Chester Hospital from a frac SALESMAN VICTIM killed by ni suspicious he i MrsBrown who was visiting her to City Hall j Parents in Beaver Pa when Brown not his By United Press AT HAVANA WEST END DRUGGIST READY FOR BANDITS Becoming suspicious when four youths entered his drugstore at Ninth street and Keystone road Buckman Village and ordered ice cream and Preferred Play Choice Irish lortly Saturday mid Music i ATj CornDt2 the proprietor Virpinia Nutting Angon Shirley Grey Pendulum Dr Jillson Marsala Tournament Hold On Alla nah Weather clear track fast DIET BALANCING MLBETAUGHT Women Welfare Workers of County Arrange for Series of Meetings tured skull and internal injuries The automobile was driven by Lawrence J McAvoy 1038 Garrctt street Philadelphia who is secretary to Congressman Victor K Houston of Hawaii McAyoy was accompanied by the owner of the car David K Bent Jr of 2114 N street N W Washington D C The driver was arrested at the Chester Hospital bv local police and released in bond pending the action of the coroners jury The ac cident occurred near the Huddle ave nue intersection OF MYSTERY ATTACK i January 16 27 Minnesota January 17 28 18 M Iowa January 10 30 Delaware Jan uary 10 31 Washington January 19 dis ributed on proprintion to population basis LaFolletfc said the conference was concerned chiefly with unemploy ment relief but observers at the Little White House here believed the cabinet situation was discussed PETTY THEFTS REPORTED Mysteriously attacked in a central city garage nt 3 a m yesterday John Vhite an automobile sales man was rendered unconscious by a blow on the hcnci delivered oy an unscen assailant It is believed that was the motive had just placed a car in the garage and called his employer to take him home While talking over the telephone he was struck from behind and knocked senseless American Officials 111 Yo Shortly afterwards his employer arrived and remained outside blowing 32 Tennessee January 20 33 South j at length The progressive Republi Dakota January 20 34 Idaho are believed to oppose both unry 21 35 New Mexico January 21 Owen D Young and Nonnim H 36 Missouri January 23 jpnvis for tlv senior cabinet post i Secretary of Stair There have been many indications that Mr Roosevelt j was tmxious to seloet one of the two incc he rofYiids ihom ar the lending authorities on the debt situation It was jsssumccl there fore that he may have attempted to pcrsuadc LaPollctte and Cutting to accept either Young or Dnvis in ex change for concessions to their legis ics of Times JAP RIOTERS MENACE CONSUL Two petty thefts were reported to i the automobile horn to notify Vhite police over the weekend P Ployd j he was there When Vhltc failed to of Fourth street and Morton avenue I appenr the employer investigated nnd Movc Safety Zones lnlivc or to their choices for IVeS tO other cabinet positions Senator Cutting lias been men fioncd ns n possible choice for Sec of thc Interior JBogus silver dollars made from the lead of old batteries were found in Phlladelphfl Just another type of electric dollar Its just a few years between the handout nnd the holdout one is convinced when we read about some professional ball players especially known in this section If beer is legalized as it revenue raiser there are millions who will immediately start aiding their coun Babe Ruth isnt afraid of getting the gate because he knows his worth nt it County Home Lima attended by more than a score of women welfare workers from nil sections of Delaware HTALEAH PARK Heart Scroll AH Play Absinthe Sonny Spain Fedafirc Royal Wheeler G Drake Erehus Blue Shaker Lady Event Fair Foxcy Burl Brush Dangrer Zone Bank Absolute Weather clear fraxk fast counter and picked up his revolver as a matter of precaution His actions were noticed by the quartet who fied and drove away in an automobile they i had left parked outside I county A series of meetings will be Cometz had been reading of a number of communities numerous drugstore robberies in the mrou8hout the county where trained eastern section of the countyVecently teach nutri and decided that if gunmen wanted his cash they would have to shoot it out with him The actions of the fn for tncir moncv was stolen from the rear patrolmen who were passing the was announced by Mrs Elkaof 903 West Ninth street so reported garage about that time made a vain director of the Poor a Mrs Garrett who gave police a search of the garage and territory Saturdayat the description of the missing wheel adjacent for the thug four and purchasing facts is a concentrated effort to ivc families information on how to food money buy the greatest fAl Capone Still Czar S Penitentiary That talking marathon Ln New YORK Jnn Yorlc would have made more money rircles understood today that if lhc promoter had postponed it until a Frnnl Hague of Jersey City iRftrr Congress adjourns guard around thc building after 500 i Smith man nt the Democratic striking Japanese employes of f nationnl convention would receive A rcP0tpr who has been covering Singer Sewing Machine Company had I nls ful1 sharfr of patronage under thc years is convinced that dispersed near the ronjulaU t Roosevelt admirlsfcraijon most of thc repartee at such affairs Police arrested 145 demonstrators t Tt wfls believed Hague would be i comc under the head of chestnut American Consul Charles Duvauit the controller of tho rcssmS and his vice consuls made arrange York and would be given j rnents to move their families from i aKO a of less important the consular apartment in casc of i further trouble i same circles aso understood Seven police orflcers WCIY stationed i Tammany pmil would in the now granite consulate build lirrln patronage Is saia co oe a runaway found wearing three suits of under vpfoivf wearlwo suits and an overcoat He couldnt run away very far young men aroused his m picions as soon as they entered Irs ac cost declared Mrs Prince j stoic but none displayed any weapon Bowes in charge nor made any false move A good 2 i tntlon education of description of the four and the auto dclpria Chllc Health So in in mobile in which they were riding was given police who expect to make an early arrest Polar Shot BUY AMERICAN SESSION of tho Phila Society As the plan of relief now operates a family is given a weekly order for say the amount depending upon j the size of the family This order i is filled at a local store the holder purchasing any commodities she FAIR GROUNDS Buy American will be the topic chooses The aim of the educational of an address which will be given at campaign is to teach women what the regular Wednesday noon meeti foods to select to give the greatest ing of the Kiwanis Club to be held in i nutriment and health for the amount U ithe Y W C A building Seventh money available Belgrade Burgroo i Sproul streets by D E Achon Bowes wen into the subject Jean Sabula field secretary of the Buy American in detail pointing out for instance Upset Quatre Bras 2d Association of Norristown ArrangeI Potatoes contain more nutriment Bloki Jerry S Yofri Princess ments for tne meeting are in charge tnan rice or macaroni often used as Tyre j of Frank Andrews chairman substitutes There is little iron jn j rice and macaroni but a great ATTENDING CONFERENCE i in potatoes especially when they arc notcfri in fHoiT ctifie TC he run as be run as rick Broad Axe Lucky Piece Blue Darter Caret be run as man Good and Hot Forcirn Re Weather raining track sloppy Chester Girl Reserve groups are bei Food Editors note The following describes Al Capones life in Fed eral Prison at Atlanta where he 5s serving a sentence of 3 1 years for income tax fraud Thc author Is an exconvict who worked in the prison shoe shop with thc notorious gantr leader He has just been released after completing A sentence of 23 months for impersonating a fed eral officer He was committed from Philadelphia The facts as to his own case have been veri fied The fact that since Capon es incarceration no newspaper re porters have been permitted to see him and virtually nothing about his life behind the bars is known to the public lends added interest to this series rv v r No 335 20 around the grounds and 300 an adjacent park Police suej that wives of consulate ofhj Mrs Duvault and Mrs hof be ready to take i in in the Jarsc vaults of tiio buildI ATTORNEY in lf necessary Arrested onan embezzlement A man who made his own tomb stone when he was 05 died at the age of 102 We hope to take our first lesson in stone cutting when we at tain the age of 110 I charge Milfcrd TirisJcy 35 a Ycadon A hank cashier accused of embez i underworld and he is still the big ruiot behind the gray walls of At lanta least so far as his pcisona comfort nnd special privi are concerned i vvi Outside of actually permitted1 Duvauit advised American Ambas attorney with offices in Philadelphia 7lmK 5000 says he spent the money to leave the walls he gets about Clark Grew Tokio held in bail by Magistrate i for eood liquor He must have he wants over there in thc hie house al warned him strikers might j Cozens Philadelphia following a bought only a few quarts Attempt to attack the consulate the hearing Saturday The lawyer claims i consul and his staff however ap he is thc victim of a frameup i Theres lots to be said about re peared to think police had overcsti Bail was fixed by Bernard M nouncin war as an instrument of far moreat any rate than the ordi nary prisoner PJentifllly supplied with money LcnUsch attorney for Edward national policy but it makes it tough members of the Abrams thc plaintiff who was unable i to Junior the Spirit of staff at Tokio wcrr said to i to be present nt thc hearing on ac more Although no other prisoner is per maLcd Lh dancr mittcd to have more than S10 at one time he stiJ wears thr silk under u 1 un wear that he boasts costs him a IV pohcc were either j count of illness Abrams a constable suit he wears suitstailored for him j or Lo Tinaoy embezzled in the prison tailor shop and thc spc I cially made shoes that he says cost him a pair i Other convicts wear the regulation prison issue garb He receives and sends a voluminous mail although other prisoners are limited to writing two letters a week On the ground that it is business O 1 JiJdlJ5f srew oul zeal for protecting I that from clients whose real the raid of Japanese estate and mortgage business the con the Singer Sewing j stable placed in his hands CARS CRASH IN FOG Mrs Julia Goetz 43 of 2111 South The Weather l la cc raid j tnc strjke of 5000 native employes and was not considered pri marily an antiAmerican demonstra tion WASHINGTON Jan UP Forecast for tonijrht and Tuesday New Jersey Fair andsomewhat U S TREASURY BALANCE correspondence much of it ROCS un Helen speaker said but raw cabbace and j oclock when two cars collided in f the fog on thc Lexvis boulevard Darby She was taken to the Dcla ware County Hospital by Darby po s lice An Xray cxamijiation will be made today to determine the extant of her injuries TODAYS TEMPERATURE 6 a m 49 10 a m 7 a m43 U a m fi n m 52Noon Q a m 52 1 p m 5S   

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