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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 27, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              PO OUft PART 58TH 17708 of Press TlP International Ntws Service INS FINAL EDITION With All Latet and Bctt of the GOVERNMENT IS INTERESTED IN FORDSITUATION Representative of National Labor Board Confers With Plant Officials CHESTER PA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27 COUNTY PROBE TRIAL DELAYED UNTIL OCTOBER 3 Judge Welsh Agrees to Postponement Pending Appeal Decision EIGHTEEN PAGES BEGINNING OF VOYAGE TO END OF EARTH PRICE TWO CENTS Efforts to Bring About Satisfactory Adjustment Fail Strikers Orderly NRA Labor Board Watching Of Strike Here WASHINGTON Sept NRA National Labor Board today watched with keen interest Hie outcome of the strike of about 3000 workers at the Ford Motor Company assembly plant in Ches ter Pa Ford has ordered the plant shut down until further notice tying up all central Atlantic seaboard car deliveries and many expovt orders Many car deliveries to the west coast via ship also will be de layed by the shutdown Neither strikers nor officials of the plant have requested the La bor Board of which Senator Rob ert F Wagner is chairman to in tervene American Federation of Labor representatives are attempting to organize the striking workers who charge that a reduction of weekly working hours to 32 entailed a cor responding reduction in pay Union organizers are said to be reluctant to have the Labor Board intervene until a large majority of the strikers have been signed up as inembers Intervention of the NRA at this time would serve to force organ izers to softpedal their activities it was said Senator Wagner has expressed lus willingness to let the board function as mediator in the strike if and when such intervention is requested the board will become the first important outside agency ever to function impor tantly in relation to Ford and his employes Ford never has dealt with third parties in solving workers problems 89 Defendants on Hand Today Legal Proceed ings Brief Optimism prevailed this afternoon among the 89 Delaware county de fendants indicted by a Federal Grand Jury on June 29 last concerning te outcome of the trial following a postponement this morning by Fed eral Judge George A Welsh who set next Tuesday morning at 10 a in as the time I The more intelligent of those in dieted for conspiracy to violate the 1 national Prohibition laws says that if the Circuit Court otAppeals grants an application to hear argument on the quashing of the indictments next Monday the case will further be delayed as the Court will have to i set time for the argument and then j it might require weeks alter the argument before an opinion would be handed down If the Court of Appeals does not PROVES FATAL TO BOY i agree to hear argument the case will J vavf in jgo to trial at the time set by Judge I J0 Welsh this morning j The courtroom was packed to suf focation this morning when Judge Welsh appeared on thebench diet A Keyes Federal prosecutor asked for the postponement explaining to Judge Welsh that he felt tho trial should be delayed until after the Cir cuit Court of Appeals makes a de F Bvrd s 1C nl1 Bear f Oakland supply ship xcdltl l r Plllls of foxbound Boston harbor on the firs lor Commander of he ship is R A F of t DanicI 1 Hodden 16 pires in Hospital From Head Injuries Was Playing With Kddy stone High Against SI Roberts Team Head injuries sustainrd yes terday afternoon while encased In R practice paine of football at slonc wllh the St Roberts High School IPJUD of bis tlly proved fitU late last night for Daniel Hodden 16 son of Mr and Mrs Daniel J RoclcUii Sr of Eclclyslono Young Koddcti a former member of thc Ht Roberts team WHS pluyinn with the fcddystone High School clcvm when he wns injured From what could be learned of the accident his morning Hodden and Hurry Shcllcntlor of Ninth strtet Ed eiyslonc ligiirrct in a hwidon sum while attempting to down the I tall currier of the opposing team umui 15oth of the Ettdystonc players wore mudred unconscious as the ivsult JOMI1 of lhe collision iuui it was live tiiiti 1 V THOMPSON UNIONTOWN IN PHILA PEN 10 ESCAPE IN IND Outbreak Subdued by Guards State Police Firemen Warden Hurt Felons Start Fires Michi gan City Fugitives Be lieved Cornered One of the most desperate out breaks in the history of Eastern Stats i It en Uit y Philadelphia was quelled parly today by prison suards slnlrpolice city officers and firemen Warden Herbert Smith who wan injured by a prisoner led the rein forced sqund of peace officers in the 3hour fiRht to subdue the 1UOO con in the smokefilled name swept A half of thc 1603 prisoners iimonsj whom me 183 senIng life ITIIU ntul several guards required treatment at the prison Inlirmtirv for bruises suffered In linndlo A dozen firemen wera burn mmsel cision on the legal points raised by the defense TAMPICO STORM TOLL PUT AT 80 Mexico Authorities Start Work of Relief Hunger SHOWERS COOLER WEATHER PREDICTED Slates Niw shown iutrs were revived Thcv wcre lukcn o the Rymmistiim for further treatment Iater they were Disease Threaten Showers are predicted today and tonight with cooler wcathsr tonight and tomorrow in Eastern Pennsyl JOHNSON SIGNS NINEMUPACTS 11heir beds Isable hat they lake to NTOWN Pi n CINSI nV A oozen liromen wi attain iuul iVKiiln by court lilli omccrs 1C nul personal misfortunes i his to declared uiiu is wincci i rr nn nifVf rTOV7 lo lhp Chcsi Thompson was Hidied MUT the Princess a trustee for his ss of Tlmrn niul tomorrow The highest temperature here yes terday was 85 degrees at 2 p m nnd lhc lowest was 69 at a Judge Welsh agreed with Mr Keyes that the case should be postponed i j for a short time declaring it would be unbecoming the government and the court to proceed with this trial today i Judge Welsh added however that j he felt that he could go on with the 1 j trial if he cared to lnavc read the order made by I0r bodies of hurricane victims j temperature islrt92 es I the Circuit Court yesterday and while Water and light services were sustabllshed in 1881 and minimum u il realize that it docs nnf rnnfoin o i pended Faad tinri innrtirni in isvo w i General in Hospital Keep Sod ohave been thf ls brother Maijiancl It piobably will be clear i bten lllc result of a the lillunllon lhe nrlneo5 ing Informed on Projbvc r ess of Drive j realize that it does not contain a I Pended Pood and supplies in trcmc price cutting was indicated toi day by officials hls Xray examlnsitlon I soiiRht to show Thompson was hldlnc Kocldoti WHS populixr iimoncl assets ami fellow pupils at He was held in contempt of rant in School nnd when thc Fuyctte county for fulling to turn over doalh bccnme known in5125000 in nssHs st night there were by hrpp sislers Miss Josophine nod order it would not be f or the hundreds of ill and injuredil Sunrise today was at 553 i m Hugh S Johnson the fldI denV Miss proper for this court to go on with 1were urgently needed i and sunset will be at u m has been confined for al Anne Rodclen iuui a brother Rnv 1 the trial Thp r WoDtm j p 111 nc n CTnL ii r The waters of the Panuco River Eastern Standard time The right to do so and the exercise swept to the sca seven miles away f firtHI firm LI I Mfllo f Vtlrl strike at the allu uluess lnere fining carder cuit Court of Appeals the trial will start on that day Turning toward the accused men Judge Welsh declared Lloyd street reached Federal pro portions this morning when James F Dewey representative the Na tional Labor Board met with the Messrs Atchinson Harris and Mac Adams high officials of the com panys branch here Mr Dewey who is a Chester resi dent tion will report back to United States Senator Robert F Wagner chairman of the Labor Board this afternoon The result of this meeting will leave the matter entirely up to Henry Ford I They reserved the decision on peti itidrVrnMDA of that right are two different things wllat haci been the poorer TUT 1 Tfc i Sl I will order the case postponed until j of tte thriving city j IVl A V III WRD P A J nexc Tuesday and unless there is a Portions of the residential section Z11 1 tl i BANKS TO REOPEN most a week with nn infection that a slight operation it was said bolh he and President Roose still were under from six to ten feel of water Authorities feared many bodies were in ruined homes The present deach list stood at 80 but further up tugt uuciaicu nuuit vu ou IJUL luriucr up vj 4 I want each and every one of lhe paiuco and the nearby Tamesi CXt you defendants tp understand thatRiver st was feared more victims you must be in this courtroom and wouid be added velt have bocn informed fully about the proposed codes In his room at Walter Rppd Hos pital the administrator yesterday signed for presentation to President Roosevelt nine codes of competition r announced he expected to np Ieek Set for Those lnovc at leasl slx morc WOYC he re your seats next Tuesday morning i wasunable to bring the situa TherewiJl be no further notifica to a satisfactory conclusion and tion governiiieiit at Mexico City TU 4 TT r urn ihat Have Refinanced day Oj turns to his desk probably on Thurs monrt Roddcn His funeral will be held from his parents home on Saturday ARREST D HIDINCJ IN CLOSET P M C CADET CORPS REPORTS trouble has been going on for sometime throughout the prison he said clue to the antiquated building and hick of spuacand shortage of Riuirds huvc three and four men n every cell that ordinarily should nave two We have only one fruarri for every 28 prisoners A carefully planned escape attempt about 10 days ago had been quietly but speedily foiled AL mess last night vindictive utter ances passed beyond the sldewhiswer stage Warden Smith arose and made a brief pointed speech Behave your selves he told the prisoners A roar went up from the prisoners Lock them in the warden ordered nnd thc men moved to file out meali unfinished The 60 guards were ji AIM or i niuiMiaiieu JHU ou guaras HIUOUS Military bchool Be compelled to work fast hardened gins 11lth Year En roll mcnt Same as Last Year pty Police nt 445 n m today re Chiises nt Pennsylvania Mllilurv folved ll call that someone wns Collctt 7 y a paint shop nt 128 East K u Ut Sm moininu nuuking Sixth street Sergeant Peterson and ithc nf lie one hundred and men Postponement of the trial was ex PrePared send relief at once in re sponse to appeals from General Anselmo Macias army zone comman pected in view of the order made by der American Vice Consul Reginald the four judges sitting en bane in Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday and the NRA The main of Mr Dewey lions by defense counsel for the al Codes approved were for the lime lUrolmeiv Stewart and Petlriek tini building supplies optical manure Hiring textile machinery mamifnc I S Carey and Walter G Techudin the Mexican Sinclair Oil 6 Company volunteered the services of will be pennited o reopen neP fintirp Amprunn jjri HARRfSBURG Sent mp lurlnS electric battery manufacturers anks in Pennsylvania which are aVCrtUing sPccialties women belt mflniTfart iivinfv fu irear of activity nt the S the call found i plate gins military Institution Incom window broken out of the door lendI plctc records showing lhe Ing to the headquarters of a club J cols lf cadets tolals nbovit thc SRJJIC as last year with a number of ncldi entlre American colony Banks in Pennsylvania which arl g sPccialtks women belt over the paint shop s ast year with a number of luldi operating on a restrictpri hiMii i and the knltline The polce nicn hiding yet to report refinancing plans have hppn innrn i braiding and wire covering machinery n coset PPW floor and j cndcts reported for duty at fl will be permitted to reooen npvr nnVi industrie them under arrest They clock evening and the roll cull j jVUcK t i11 i rrfi t r M n ft r t fcfti in j Dr William D Gordon seem a i of esultof the conference lowancc of an appeal and a stav of ascertained that none of thc banking announced todav f and the Foiri rnm Itrial Americans m the Tampico area i There are sixtvninn Tn 1 H11U LUC ruia UOm ATovinne Miinf i SUI such ui JC u V IU Ulc 17 ULC1 r f ll It illllnSlleniTlQIIlll was enable both court said It would i Dement tha have LU euaoie uotn i ontu n wuum f f L me inat nave sides to realize where they stand in j announce its decision on next Mon H or T m hCU ODeratinB wjth restrictions since the matter The Ford Company ab At first Prosecutor Keyes Therc was much i he national banking holiday last i I damage tn Amprrnn nrnnprtv 5 mat solutely refuses to meet the demands of the 5000 strikers and will discon start today notwithstanding the Cir tinue operations at the local assem1cuit Court order but today Judge declared the trial would aamase lo property and j March v j Meanwhile desplte the vehement eave thelr protests in some sections to the pro and Jonn Williams They were held visions against price regulations r hcarinp today on charges as Horace Workman evening and the roll call atthe first excrnises fn the college chapel by Cnptnin Thomas E Lcet adjutant showed that the number of Continued on Sixteen NIGHT SCHOOL SESSIONS In he interests of economy in thV school district night school sessions have been eliminated this year as were the summer school sessions In the public schools Many inquiries concerning tins night school plans have been received nt the offices of the superintendent B u iiv lVJH i i KT u i i t in i v J f T u tained in the retail charters the ad blCRking entering and larceny n enrolled was In excess of schooli In the Lnrkin BulJdinir ministration announced than one 1unntit of cigarettes alleged to have i of lllu lotn secured for the opening 1 Broad and Crosby streets each day ne per cent of the cxprcs el1 stolcnbeing In heir possession jof for several years The slnce beginning of lie term and ived voiced opposition Pollce Rav that Workman has been cmIs was depleted by the graduation members of the secretarial forca half of one i sions received bly plant until an agreement has been reached between the conflicting parties Henry Ford has been at odds with Trle Portion of the courtroom re the Administration since the inj served for the defendants and their Welsh and the dynamic prosecutor deemed a continuance necessary out of deference to the Court of Appeals auguration of the National Recovery Administration and his recent re duction of the number of hours for his employes was attributed as the attorneys was jammed There was no roll call of the defendants but all were present Instead of the call Judge Welsh asked John R K Scott direct reason for the walkout yesI one of the leading legal luminaries 1 for the defense if his clients were teidaj Continued on rae Sixteen will continue to work HE Officials of the nankins denartment wmdrcds of letters and telegrams I until have tlje I toils of the law on previous jIllst spring of one of thc largest JlRVC been kept busy explaining that classes to leave the college Hownvcr I tllls branch of the school work has lhe new enrollments have more than I been eliminated ltciuidation Dr Gordon said I The names of the banks which will MOOSE G IFT TO Cars driven by Leon Hickman of i Boothwyn and Herbert Simpson pf i 242 Cbichesier avenue Linuood were involved in a headon collision until the its work Continued on Papc Sixteen and his of deputies have been busy in COUNTY BRIDGED IN NEED OF REPAIRS lie difference mid the ic TIVTI i i will So about Its duties this IS EXPLAINED with well filled ranks The fresh YORK Sept defense in the lottery trial of It lins been evident that the per sons seeking Information have been disappointed in not having the night Mr Ford has always been known 1 Present and Scott answered in the j alleged to have been driving under the 111 JXLCIU Ull UIL f IJUDV 111 Chichester avenue opposite thc Lin with bankers working on wood postoffice last night Hickman plan lor reorganization Most of the man class this year number npproxi school courses provided as they have nuHcly which places it well in line always been well attended and have with the average freshman enrollj Jeen of great benefit to a number of uicnts in the past j persons who could not tie This rnnimmr iiio school training reslncted for the liberal wage he paid his em Continued on Paje Sixteen Continued on Page Sixteen influence of i officials are endeavor S JaillCS J DlVis of lv I UUL JJISL jLiouiia wtiu uumu voted its miiii nfTorU tnrinVr i Thls I110lnina lhe old and new tcivc Lchooi Irainin 1 la nit ion of th s nnn i cndels Lhnpel where The night school eH t ie SL were introduced to the members were conducted her T a jcport County Commission in tn lcy WVK muuu cis C Edwin Hunter and James F i Rr t Vu bthe i of the faculty t i t L OrnPl Mnncn a t lie A Ti vt cis u Kawm Hunter and James F i ne i of the faculty nnd ntliiarv de an US AllanUC NYC FOR HYDE PARK PINCHQT SAYS HE M SEEK USSENATE SEAT liquor secure through driving toward the Linwood crossing I proposed a plan to gaged in t number of courses RS they here in former years rhowed n useful and well balanced curriculum containing not only sub Jects which were of nn academic and commercial nature but also subjects of use In training of the hands for everyday tasks CHICAGO Sept 27 NEW YORK Sept ernor Gifford Pinchot of Pennsylvania President Roosevelt left York 1llcr for aCentury of Progress Ex by motor today fqr his summer capital at Hyde Park He planned to go through White Plains slowly to observe the towns celebration of its 250th anniversary SPECIAL INSTRUCTION position visit intimated today he enter home n said Pennsylvania might have two Senate seats to fill should I Senator James J Davis Republican become disqualified at a moderate rate of speed and was on a nonrestricted basis ReI the county in recent weeks Heavv keeoine to his side of the hishwnv organization nlans hnvn on rains keeping to his side of the highway when the other car approached the organization plans have been ap rains have debris around the llry or jobs for on IllL of the gift its Hoaw The was paid into the treas by the organization in lhe curriculum pVepnratory school Colonel Frank 1C Hyatt president UJ if T w iiju i i ii UK tv ri Vii I r nriKifioiM when the other car approached the Proved for the Lycoming Trust Comi abutments of bridges and the storms fnwniiient of the lodge although it niul commandant made a brlof ad vehicle swerving to tiie opposite side and the Pennsyl have created much extra work I laci bccn to Davjs pcrsonallv dress to the stuclenl s riiiim i n i iMr of the street when just in front of j vania Trust Company Reading j Mr Wright was instructed to keep Gilps lhc senator as sayiiig studcnLs calling to their Simpsons car The imnact was so Earlier in the imonth rsmvinn onihLs forrp nn i he didnt want n dollar nf U TT TTi mcnts in squad and ihave platoon drill yet If Pinchot does decide to make hides were crumpled as through they had been constructed of paper The highway was strewn for a consider able distance with fragments of glass and metal Hickman was held by police and will be given a hearing by a Linwood KCGD Earlier in the imonth Gordon anI force on work of his own depart lie diirit want a dollar of f necessary to CONGOLEUM PLANT f the Third in this city it was revealed bridge i U S TREASURY BALANCE The treasury net balance for Sept 25 was Miscellaneous internal revenue receipts that day were Custom receipts for the month through Sept 25 was the company held in the Chester Armory Eighth and Sproul streets Instruction was also given in basic movements of the school oLa soldier Captain Peter S Kochan commanded the company with Lieutenants Phelps and Peterson assisting Topics of Tames Approximately 98 cent of the HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY OJv United Press Continued oil Page Sixteen MAGISTKATES MEETING RATIFIES REPEAL and Wal i tcr Gvrcnwood of Linwood will be Anticipating troubles i DENVER Sept yes D thC Mngl5tratcs Assoclalion s havenut in ten carloads nf rmf f mal for repeal i Orober meeting to be held at the of the Ford strikers are hop in tdiioaas 01 coal of tho 18th Amenoment i Black Duck Inn on tho road IR Ulat heir walkout will not be a convention in j October 3 Matters of importance flvver we surmise elrcicd nt lhe stales recent spscial J and i Unclc Sani llas ofrcred loansto cot 14 m i c bv a iiit all members of the mi nor iuriicArv BrowersPor time being ws 34 to 28 tons uir votes for ratilicallon of the 21st have been requested to be in attendf VIsll wc hvcd itl The Land ob Cot ance FLOWER SHOP WORRIES CUBA onn m Ull ja ssr forces were represented 1 i vu IUULMIC was cituuiu PV J H UL me nf tnp finm STSKA ssrHssS PUPILSCONDUCT LABORTROUBLE URSCHELlAlOM Ul L Hg i 1A ftF i BY PRESBYTERY MONEY IS FOUND ton AT ROCK1NGHAM Man K Bull Sintln A Vidro Toy Luculcnt to IT i i i represenwa by Mr VOJKCrs Strike Rinchart Both gave brief addresses nrlnvn iand cch strcsscd fact that there UiaerCa j should be no attempt made by the i PARK i workers lo aggravate any discord in any way between themselves and 3APPROVAL Reaffirms Its Allegiance to Old Mission Board After Spirited Debate of Paid Kidnapers Dug From Texas Cotton Patch An far ns we can filean the only persons who arent worrying about he condition of our schools are tha children Two men here were arrested in an unconscious condition after taking a few drinks The average man whu takes a few modern drinks is un conscious anyway IFine Display at Dewey Mann School Wins Praise of the Instructors i r 1 I Iloir employers for the purpose of i Ridley Park council at a special During the depression innny HAVANA Srpl Citing strikes or meeting held lost night in booiish iiiR authorities of the country ofTcred Government tociiiy look the offensive Temporary ofiicen were elected to nuthorizod not ox thr Back to the mmcmon aPantt thc several hundred army and nrld Thc group until tho official cerdinjj for cngiiicrrine expenses cllurc 1PS Delaware Burirti in a cotton patch on he farm Captain Busher maintains that 95 i i n 1711 inn 1 in rnnori vith plans for thr l Ollmlts last nignt reaffirmed its al of Cass Coleman several hundred Pcr cent The Prrsbytery of Chester compris WASHINGTON Sopt j A lot of boys are entering collega this fall with fond expectations which they will lose about the time of graduation Scepter Royal Oharffe Weather clear track fast AT WASHINGTON PARK Babe Eancara CIconc Kentucky Helen Bostonian Gal Lady Hostage Bay Servant Ma Z Weather clear rack navy officers camped in thc national organization meetinc sot for next connection with plans for thr ullmlCKlast nigm reallirmcd its al of Cass Coleman several hundred per cent of motorists are carefuL evils i hotel who constitute an ever present evening At he nsxt meet proposed sewage dispoal plant and Ve BoiUd Foreign milrs soutliwest of Dallas Tex DC But the gink who gets struck loses brought on by the necessity of provid threat ng permanent officers will be nomi system alon stoncy creek Cnim of thc Plesbyterian Church parimcnt of Jastice agents todav inith in swtUiliM Cap ing food and labor for many families An official decree ornoid vli ofnccrs Ila1cd creek and Little Crum creek wateriv rd has bocn tom recently found S73230 believed to be part of by the revolt of enlisted1 Mr Riiiehart complimented the sheUs l n ancMenaeq controversy over re the ransom paid kidnaners Tnc Pnce of coa nnd coke i fol thc lTi1ase of Chajfles F Urscluei Bone up It looks like a cold hard j Oklahoma City oil man j winter folks w Tiftmnoi nr nhfijLA IS order to furnish certain engineerins i as a remedy for of he unemployed The School the DewcyMann Jeffrey ill CCli seem to have gone the suggestion one better as they instilled in the minds of their students a Back to men which put kamon Gran San i workers by tolling them the Rather Similar action it is understood i modernist tendencies in the Martin in office as president to re was among the most orderly he i ill be taken by the five other imiI 8ous leachigs of its missionaries port for duty bv Friday i had attended for some time nicipaiities alonp the watersheds in bDnrd having the sanction of a i i 1 i f trrt fl p J ft I r H I I Kfle t t The alternative was to be stricken permanently from the military rolls and deprived of all accrued rights the mam thing about the and benefit omVsnrernptnnhat thC idCa Secretaryof Intelior Antonio Guit r eras was ordered to execute the Yesteiday afternoon found thc i of the decree Back to Nature project reaching its Pllllinv Vlrt KILLED BY HITRUNNER POTTSTOWN Pn Sept HNS s Brown 50 a farmer of data required by the Government in financing municipal propositions ueronu this tendency was formed last week gun t with plans lo establish its own mis lsionaries in all fields Meeting in the vFalrview Presbyte MEMPHIS nan Church at Cllen Moore near Federal ace uncle c Machine into custody of Justice said k Chester county juries suffered when he was struck i TO POSTPONF A T VV CoatesvillQ lhe by a hitandrun driver who picked j D U U1X 1 Y resolution calling upon al its mem tonuy in con AT HAVRE DE GRACE TTS WASHINGTON Sept weather forecast arrest Kaslern Pennsylvania New Terseyi railing upon ail its mem tonuy in connection with f afternoon and probably usual to of George KcUy Thursday Boveni nUlvatlon o displays housing and uniforms Tvflbor troubles worried the govern Mascara Rclribulinn Happy inyer Henrys naighter nt Cul Y tor i union recognition the An amendment added by those in to dined favorably toward the new Federal INJUNCTION HEARING SET lllis aflernoon fair 4 SiUon 5 Soon Over aay as the Italian rielcgalion here board called upon the Board of For drovo i 1TMV Thursday txccpt probablv sho proposed postponement of the dts oign Missions to coVrcct nnv mis Memphs to Okl AlnoldX 12 fX2m fxlrrme rast portion lonisht Qmcnt Three hundred employes of HUNTINGDON Pa Sept 27 Jonljrht warmer Thursday all tonight and showers in roolrr Prinre Neptune Rhodias Weather clear track fast I nmr inn w can be ited front port of he old board a5 a result of guarded Georee MarhW rum in est portion TODAYS TEMPERATURES S a rtint ll a m7S 7 a mfifi Noon 73 8 a l p m80 9 a m71 2 p m 82 10 a   

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