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   Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - September 17, 1930, Aiken, South Carolina                                 Nearly every family in Ask en County reads the Journal and Review,  imrtial and Betneto  No Paper Published in this Locality Equals the Journal and Review's  Circulation in Aiken County  8 PAGES  " I  •    VOL. SO—NO. 38  __i_____  AKEN, S. C., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1930  $2.00 a Year—Sc a Cony  ABEN TO HAVE CAS RAUT SOON  COMPLETED OCTOBER l*s  S*fMiy>Fiv« TVeasaad F«*t Ga*  Maine Being Laid la Saree Paag*4a  •I tim City.  ii aa aarriee from owe of the most modern gas plants is the country Witt be turned into Aiken** new system of gas mains about October first. It will be a great boons to tho homes and commercial Institutions of Ai* ken, according to a statemrtff made yesterday by P. L Marshall, official of the Central Public Service Corporation, who has supervised the construction of the new system, and under whose direction it will be operated.  While the plant itself will have been completed when the gas is turned on, only shout two-thirds of the system of gas* mains will have been laid at that time. The present system includes approximately fifty thousand feet of service mains. This will be increased to seventy-five thousand feet before  i■■muin im wwwiwmwwemiiM— [ pi amu r xaatn» snsnasnanrii ilium*  Executive Committee  Canvas* Votes  :    r     :    t     ;  v  •’  s .- r ' !  ^ I  NorntRM* Daclarod -sad Mkn«v • Voted Ae Manager*   : i" 4  -iV;.....  Pie County Executive Committee met at the Court House on Thursday, and canvassed the vote of th# second primary, paid all bills and distributed th* remainder of the money among the various precinct* in the  PROTEST BEFORE STATE COMMITTEE  JOHNSTON PROTESTS  Aahs Stat* Widl* Rec oval, ar Charleston’* Besa* Recounted  W. 0. Johnson Corrects False Statement  (Min Johnston, candidate for governor, defeated on the face of the  —returns, entered a protest before    .  ant, for th. payment rf «««,-  (hf suu n , cu||< ,  CanltM  J tatter Ital Hi.  terday, md filed his petition for a statewide recount of all votes cast in the last primary. He was de  ers.  S. B. Williams was declared the nominee for the House of Representatives over B. K. Keenan. He ra-ceived 4100 votes to 3666 for Mr. Keenan.  J. Wiley Woodward received the nomination over C. J. HBI for County Commissioner, having Received 1676 votes to 1443 for the latter candidate.  T. B. Jones received the nomination for Magistrate in Dist. No. 7. over McCane Sawyer. The vote was Jones 244, Sawyer *196.  Editor Journal and ttaview:    example: one of these families had  A certain candidate in the recent (four case* of fever this Bummer, campaign in this County without any three members being down at the justification declared from the plat- s time I made the above remark. I form that th* writer Hurt “the pro-1 was furnishing to them all the nec-ple in Horse Creek Valley were no entities of life full aware of the fact oaf on anyplace.” I would never be repaid a penny. I beg to any through your columns Also when I mad* the above stateliest th* shove statement attributed ment the mother of five small child-to me by said defeated candidate ren lay a corpse in my community was unequivocally fab* and untrue, i and the neighbor* had to get together  f rated by 969 votes,    .    .    .,    ,    .    ...    .    ,,  A, an dtafUtfn. Mr. John,to* ">    »"*    *>“" WW ’« "»    *“  m *‘*     ,<>r     f""'  Mk.,1 (or a recount in fh.rlcton '»* "» “ "•*" *“* h  “  mmm T n  I «T*    " nw * 1 '    *    "“I     1   rash remark; I was not a candidate gladly contributed my share. These  County, where he received 2,666 votes to 10,636 for Blackwood, and offered to bear the expense of the latter recount.  for office. Secondly, I have a great number of kin people in Horse Creek  were the facts I had in mind when I made the statement “there were  Valley whom I dearly low together people on my place and in my com-  He rfteO, (ta nudity rf 2*8 »** * ^  of ,,r » *‘ m ' , p * r, ' >n “ |B     „ fin *" c “'  h ' lB . *,*  ckrflnmrf ate,rf„ .rf., in Ch.r-!W.nd. .tate MW* I (•*,„, much .. Bid., in Hora. CW* W  md  prise i  kin and  1  ley" and they were all white people  work of construction is halted. After that time, since gas will then have been made available to practically all of the principal residential and busine** sections of the city, new construction work will be confined to the inclusion of new sections of the City when they develop sufficiently to warrant the laving of additional mains.  Ga*  . lesion county and asked that such i  MXt 10 my very k,0l  1  *  ballot, be thrown out or "if it ..    *  lh * *** *** >" *?*  t0 °' t   impossdile to ascertain how many of  wor * d 1 woulf * ever de  wou    0    n     *     a  ' K *  Cheeter Lowe was nominated in ;  yot<i# wm (gi(t for    r     slander    them    in such an uncalled for head*. I was pursuaded    to  Dist. Nm IS, the vote being, Lowe    ^j 0JM , r an( j how many for    his    op- manner    ...    ,  I MI, J. Ramie Yonce 99.    | nnM . ..  Uftll _    What    I    said    was    “U|rre    wera    peo-    statement    attributed    to    me by said  ^ _    _ .    ,    .    I poviw^R your |MP*$wiojHHr pniyw I    ^    I    »,    *    #*    .    *    •    .a*  G. L Cushman received the nom- j  thj|t  ^     m    wh ^ h     pie on my place and pi my commo- candidate until after the election;  the present J inition in Dist No. 3, being unop-  v(>Us  .  been C0UntC( j ^ thrown , nrumty in need of ftapncial help as land I hope this statement of mine  many wise refrain malignant  posed,  D, H. Stwver was nominated  out."  much as those in Ho** Creek Val- will set myself naght before the  H Should tit. boxes b. thrown out -by '*><"    mind    .1    th,    ti,rn- pubhc through™. th, county.  three whit# familial on mv farm  and others in my community. For  Sincerely,  W. 0. JOHNSON.  County Republican* Schofield Normal  Elect Delegate* Open* October 1st  Dirt. No. C OW B O. Fulmer. Ut. ^^ __ vote beng hiwyer 222, hulm.r 169.     which    w>>     - a    y , ltl . r _  Manager* to be Paid    day the nomination likely would go  Front the forty-four candidates     !  to Johnston as it was the large Char-  whe entered the primary the asaesa-    lesion majority that gave the nomi-  ; ment fees amouhted to 1782.87. Car-1 nation to Blackwood, along with his ' ried over from campaign of 1928, vote in other sections of the state.  1513.94, a total of $1,296 HI.    Aiken    Vole*    Locked Up  The total bills preparing boxes,. The ballot boxes of Aiken County clerk, guard for boxes, copying club    are being kept intact, locked in a  The    gas    which    will    e    mtwi    /    i     ro jj g>  huikiing stand for State cam-    room at the court house, and if they  ken,    represents    one    <>f    the    newest    p gl)fn me< *ting, advertising, printing,    • should be ordered recounted, the      _  developments of scieme in the manu-  mr9e ^ Qn  booths, salary to score- Executive Committee of this county the Odd Fellows’ hall on last Satur- year of work on Wednesday, Octo  MONTHLY REPORT OF SOCIAL SERVICE WORK FOR AUGUST I SSO  Newest Development  Joe Talbert Faction •( Republican Party Elects Delegate*.  Regular Course in Trsining Added  Manuel  The Union Republican pa>ty of Aiken county held a meeting at  Schofield Normal anil Industrial  school will begin its sixty-iwcond  fact ii re of a gas to be used for cook mg, U'lt Wat.- heating, refrigerator and the heating of homes and offices, and brings to Aiken the greatest of the modern conveniences.  tary, amounted to $469.10. A bal-    will proceed to do so.    day    and elected delegates u> the*    *>er first,  ante of $837,71 was left and divid- !  Mr. W. 0. Johnson,    Executive,state convention. Those elected were 'Ihe opening exem-e-    will    bi 1   ed among the various precincts.    Committeeman from this    county at-    \v,    A. Jackson, (leo, Simons, Dr.    held in the    chapel at rune o'clock  The city of Aiken had two set*    tended the meeting in Columbia yes    f) 4     M. Scott, John Ramey, Willie    after which    the »tu«lonN    will go    t >  Anderson and Prof, Ginn.    [the various class rooms f<-r exami-  This organization allied with , nation and classification.  Number of families investigated, 23.  N a iwb e # fiT refer vie ws ?$j i srg ar ii to the above families, 65.  Nurrtber of families nwferred to th# chairman of Welfare in the different rural communities of Aiken County, IO.  Number of families supplied with groceries, milk or medicine, through the City of Aiken, 10.  Number of families supplied with groceries weekly, (on the pension list) by the Aiken Hospital and Relief Society, 14.  Number of articles of clothing supplied to needy familiew, IO.  AU families who were vialled or interviewed, were referred to Dr. Wm. G. Bodie, Medico! Health Officer, in the Croft Building, for typhoid Inoculation* or Tor iloolrworm examination and treatment.  Assisted Judge Webb in interview-Ing 2 families.  - Three visits made to ca*ew of typhoid fever; instruction* and bedside nursing given; and accompanied the children in one typhoid home to the Health Officer fot 'yphoid inocu latinos. Mosquito netting supplied to two homes,  Instructions in regard to care and feeding of babies, IO,  Instructions in regard to care and feeding of pre school child ion, 25; and t«> -ebool children, Jib.  Instructions were given in 5 homes in regard to raising the standard of living, through improving and bal slicing the diet, screening the <luors and windows, regulating the daily habits, and bv keeping a family hurt get. Each family was encouraged to add more milk to the daily diet; a> least I pint per dav for each child.  THE CARE OF OUR SCHOOLCHILDREN  LETTER FROM HEALTH OFFICE*  Parents Urged te Fey Special Attention ta Children While ta School.  One little girl was accompanied to  anr ,. ( j diet*  School bell* are ringing again. Children are returning to school throughout the t Vnmty The majority of them have been promoted and will enter higher grades but some of them have not been so fortunate and will have to take last years work all over again. Wa* their failure due to mental dullness alone, or was it due to some phyaical handicap?  Experience has taught us that the percentage of un-complicated mental defectives is rather small, and that the majority of failure* are due to physical defect*. Exfrerienc# hits also taught us that the majority of these physical defects are, in varying degrees, correctable, hence, these childm who have fulled, failed need-lessly. Who ii to blame? Who ha* been negligent? Certainly not the teacher whose curriculum is standardized for normal healthy children. The blame leat* entirely upon the should*t* of the parents, who have in most instances been -advised of these physical defects and urged by the County Health Department to have them corrected, but they have procrastinated or failed to do so. I.'.uh year.the County Health lh*, partment examines numbers of -chmd children arid notified parents of the dcfr'etc found, jet they continue to let them drag along with diseased tonsils and adenoids, running em-, bad teeth, defer tire eye -1*4fit. hi" k worm disease, and mal-nourtshmerit, from improperly bal*  j of managers and was considered aa , terday The plant which will manufacture  lWu  i, uxt , 8i  There are thirty-four ;  this gas is modern in every respect,    i mX( , s m  county, and the sum of    AFriFr    H A VC    CAD    J ne    Talbert, who is    r«< gnized a*    F° r liV, ’ r  ' ,x! V year this school,  and the first unit which #ill be in    $837.75  was  divided into thirty-five    (JllIlX    UAl J    I*UR    the    republican bos*    In 'his -tate,    founded to Martha Schofield, in  stalled, is capable of the production     partj< . The sum of $23.93 was or-    hut    is not recognised    by the nation-    18«&. has been working for the ad  of over twenty million cubic feet "f Jered paid to each Executive Com-,    QI IPT    PTH    AT10N     1,1     orgsnizatien, when alronage is vaneement of the    colon    !    race    and  ga* per year. It is so designed. .  m ,beeman to be expended bv him in i    uUl    I.    LyUvxilIUlv     al     .    bas    been of    untold    benefit    to    this  however, that without disturbing the , )a y men t  0 f managers at his box. production of the present plant, ad-  ditional units may be added as need-    CARD    OF    THANKS  ad, to increase its capacity almost indefinitely.  Beet System Possible  This is the black and tan organi- community, cation, and is entirety    different    This year we    are starting out with  WILL BE FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS  AND FIRST MONDAYS     frum    t | )( , yUy White crowd. How- brighter prospects than ever before   -lever,    in the Talbert faction certain Professor S. P. Bradley, a grad  The County Superintendent of    ,,ff,■    uate    of    Hampton    Institute, with:  Campliell Hull, State Park Senator .am, piev.-ntoria fur tuberculosis.  Medicine as ordered bv physician! w.*l> uj.plied Tm I fftnuli.-S.  Yeast WH' ordered from the J-tat. Board of Health for 5 famili are unable to pay for same.  Finally, a- a result of their negligent the children become ill, men-  ■». '  '  grades. This means a loss of time, who extra additional expense to the fam-I ily and the State and infrequently  An X-Ray picture was made of one woman, who complained a great deal with one side; she was found to have dilation of the heart  I results in the death of the child or j set iou* permanent physical disabil-1 ity When parents are so careless that they deliberately neglect th#  .f  h«Aiken There I* *+**-organization in tin  state.  It might be stated here that there were no Hoovercrat# at this meeting.  I wish to heartily thank the people  1  of the District for their support ! given me in the recent election.  The system of mains, contrary 10.^ Although I was nol-co-cl acted. I Saturdsys and first Monday practice in older    systems, is    alto-     am  nevertheless    grateful for    the    month.  gether of steel pipe, heavily coat- splendid vote which I received.    Mr. Smith finds that school af-  #d with enamel, and with welder! j jj t , ar no  ;j|  w |jj t 0  anyone and fairs call him out of the city so joints, rather than the older type ,^ n( i  rPft dy, as always in the past, much that it is better to have regu-  of caulked, or screw joints.    Once    j    f 0 f j 0  everything    I can for    Aiken    !ar office days,    and    those    having    ___  laid it is practically indestructible. County, especially in the matter of business tfith his office will be sure  The mains system will he capable  roatl ,  aiu j highways, and I wish my to -cc him bv calling on his regular County Treasurer of standing pressure approaching  vu ,the best of success in this office days,  two hundred pounds to the square  r< .jj ar< |. lf I can ever be of assist-    Those having business with the  inch, although in    practice it    will    ;     ance  ^ hj m  I am    alway ready    to    lend    Superintendent    ran    always    find    him  never be used at    a pressure    over     a  helping hand.    at the Court    House    on    the    days  ten pounds to the inch, and at first    *    C.    J.    HILL.    (named,  these pressures will be approximate-  <Conferences wore held with the    health of their children    after    they  chairmen or member* of the    Finer    j    have been warned, they    are    in    a  Superintendent    of ; wh)U .  mt>n    aIT     affiliated.     liat< ’     of  Hampton    Institute.    withF, encv  Relief Committee of the    Uoun    wax, re-ponsilrte for their death    or  Education announces that    his    office    will Jackson    is    county chairman,  c everal rear*    teaching    *x|K*ri#nee    i« I  ty> Hm f „f tho-e of Wagener,    I'-0 ry,    j    failure, should it tn-eur.  days in the future will be Fridays.  and (>vt>ry  dele*rnte is    a    resident    of    to he the new principal and    Mi-*    \\  in( |„ or  and Ellenton, its oiler to  her—Uepuhhcan ■ ^uonii .Dang.'.'cfi. Id, forru«'il\ a    '*‘®    enli-t the+r tnt ef* ■ •• $■    auti ctL-ope 1 a  her at Hail-horn college, is to    ha\e     (!nn  , n the  welfare    Work,* through  barge of the English in the    high     lht ,  v n  Hospital    and Relief 8-  ly two pounds. The pressure in  c intoners from the aer- MONTHLY MEETING W. C. T. U  FARM WOMEN MEET  mains to vice mains is approximately four ounces, and individual regulator* , for each customer will keep pressure constant at all times.  - boul department,    cie tv  For several years we ba e had the', distinction of being on** of the ac credited high schools    of the state 1  and are in position to offer *tu lent* up-to-date instruction    in all the  branches pi escribed bv the State Hoard of Education.  We have introduced    a regular  course of mam!ai training for the younger liovs.  County    Treasurer    Thomas    ll Bricklaying has Im*en added to  Williamson    opened    the    tax    books    on    our list of Industries    anil we are  Receiving Taxes  Book* Opened on Monday and F °w r   People Paid Up.  The W. C. T. U. held their month-1  Park avenue Tuesday afternoon.  State convent!.rn will tx* in  capacity for delivering gas customers will he approximately ten times the estimate demand, in order that the growth of the city and ex- | pected development may be taken  !  care of without the necessity of again disturbing streets or mains systems for a long period of time. I Both in the design of the present plain, and in the laying of the ga-' pipes, every effort has been made. it was stated, to avoid as f ar as has been possible the disturbance of Aiken’s natural beauty. Shrubbery and trees have been .--pared in j laying mains, and wherever possible tunnels under pavements have been used in laying the pipe.  Part of rn Big System  The fall meeting of the County I Monday morning, and during the giving the usual instructions and  f  .    .    ,    y    „    j.    rn    I,,    (Council of Farm Women will be day four taxpayer* paid up. The practical training in carpentry* bin  this muting u .    ^ Tabernacle church, Kitching’s first receipt wa- issued to Mr. ll. I*, ne* ■ milking, blacksmithing ani  I  in  Mill Community, on Saturday, Sep-J McCarty, of Aiken, and the next re automobile and carriage painting member 20th. The meeting will begin    ceipt was issued to Mr. W J    Price,    for bo vs and in sewing.    laundry  at eleven o'clock. All dub members This is just a beginning *f    the big     A  rk and a fill!    emir *• in <i im-'  are invited to attend and officer* of    crowd who must rn*-et Mr. William*  l  science for the    girls, with    compete* clubs are especially urged to be    son sooner or later He ha-    14,4Kfi    tent bi truetioi -    in ai' t fie-.*    depart  present.  As at present constructed, the    ,     n> .. ,   H      lo    Ajk<in     j    Spartanburg,    October    11 -19th  The officers and teachers of the Baptist Sunday school held their monthly meeting Monday night at church. SSundiy, Sept, 2Kth, will be Promotion Day, and every member of the school should tie present.  A BIG PEAR  receipts to issue, and he advises th; men' crowd to comp early and av id the   v  The executive committee of the Aiken Bap:- ’ Association met at -he Montmorenci church on Tuesday morning. Rev. W S. Brook, field man delivered an addn ss. Plans were made for the Association which will meet with ’he Millbrook church on October 9th-10th.  U. S. COURT TO CONVENE  United .States t'ourt will convene in Aiken on Monday, with Judge  Last week Mr. W. (). Johnson, of Clearwater, No, I, brought to Aiken perhaps one of the largest pears that has ever been grown in Aiken county. The pear was larger tiiun a grape fruit and weighed three pou rids;  rush. In addition to this big num-•ber of taxpayers, mercha^'- and c*>r* notations are to be added.  ‘Constitution Week”  At Kiwanis Club  The new system will    be    a part of  the Central Public Service    Company     Cochrtn  presiding.    The    docket    i  system of Utilities, whirh comprint*    f, eaV y  an( j court will be  nearly five hundred utilities in the j fi ug y f or  g 0 me days.  Unite-!    States and    Canada,    and,    it    '  was -rated, the entire res-rnr*-« - of  the organization in engineering skill  ;in d approximately* thirty other* n  and financing are available to must •( ,. < ,ytbeast.  the present system in Aiken a m  ,    1    1    Ao\r*nlt|**    of    Ga*  pletely    satisfactory    modern    and    up  to date one.    1    Mi. Marshall emphazised the fact  Connected with Augu»t« Msnsfement * it m-’-t all modern Gas appliances In the administration nf t+rr h—a1 are automatic in their operation* plant it will be coupled with the th** gas range with heat control oven pre->ent operation of that system in by - mph* setting a pointer will main Augusta, and F. L. Marshall, man- lain a constant temperature in the ager of tho Augusta    avsfrm WITT”    cnVh    Thus rilirwing    sW    making    —e  direct the operation    of    this one.    fa-*    cocking without any fear  which will give to Aiken all th* ad- tffit vantages pf a larger city and caper  Foot Ball At  Aiken Institute  The football candidates of the Aiken Institute are practicing each afternoon, and about twenty-five husky boys are trying for the team.  There are only two veterans hack at Hilt school this year, and Coach Herlong  a  « ha- a hard ta-k before him in trying to make a winning team.    JR  Th) boys ait* willing and working hard, but it is unable to av this 1 arly m the season what success Coach Herlong will have.  0 The schedule of gam*-- ha- not been n ade vet, as the ommitt* e having 'his work in charge has not yet met.  "Constitution \Ve*‘k" wa *» : > erv-• :    tm'    K .eonian a:  yesterday, and an excellei I program enjoyed. Harry Ludlow, tnt- pie-ident, made an addrea? "The Mooning of Constitution Week V idley Ward spoke on “Citizen-*!■;» Objective of Kiwan Interna:i nil K. Gyles spoke on "Coletit,jti Intelligent Citizenship.”  ntertained the wee ti ti,  ■iiiperinte! dent w the -chold daily ani will I sc parent t .tu-b*n*s wish further information plans for the coming -«•••■*!  TI i* up* * ut en lent and -o respectfully sole it the 1 v. Ult! -ll .O'* of ti e P* *•'.*• and w"Hid be p!)*a < d ?*« ! visit the cho I ami be* no Aith the activities in *>u rd phi tm- -    Mary    F  I- at vr; ai  Vt ma. /aoling  .f \  Following ate the nato* - of tho.*"' with whom conferences were held Mr. James Corbett. Mi- Fill rn a Co bet! an't Mr. John Salley, of Perry Mr Belt Culbertson, Perry: Mr, (J. \V, Byar s, Windsor; M * I* lone j Bu< kingham, Gen. Chairman -if Child 1 . Welfare, Ellenton; Mr- C. (». Hall, I General Chairman, Warrenville; Mrs. <> E. T) How* un I I). IF Hester,  i  of Graniteville; W. J Thompson and J, K. Hughes of Langley. The ci»m- j mitt**# on City Emergency Charity-va- lomposed of P. J. McLean, R. G, Tarrant, \V ll. W*atherfotd and (I IL Anderson appointed to co-operate with ?he- ,\tk<*n Hospital and Relief Society for the purpose of relieving iffier mg dur ng th* un- rnploy crisis Before eontributioi* rn ii- Ie of gr •    <• ries im * -1 ig a  Poverty, of course, binders many patents in caring for their childrens pin sn ut defats, burin mv.s-rtirrsrri  ces where parents make strenous ef furls, cot r eel ion of defects can be paid for I in-y 'imply do riot look at it eriou -1 v enough. For Instance a parent advir* d no a  f **w days ago that he wa- unable to have his childre o'- tonsils removed unless it could be lone at a 'n' dim*. I noticed the m-xt week however, that, he was 1 bit* to make arrangements for the purchase of a new Ford car. AH part nt- w ll agree that they soon learn when their automobile is out of order and md hitting on four or six cylinders They will make arrange-1 merits to 'ake it to the garage as soon  * ho  I merit  I VV( Ii  II Jon  as po* M Fat  a ai rI  The in ox  do  hey  ■ for th you do fail *0  ■aith l»  e necessary repairs.   1  >r your children hit on -IX cylinders? epartment puts on 'ram in tim schools i ii year. Only last mc thousand childly steal examinations  \\  loll.  in t * a (  n e I Kl I  tm rn it t  vv fie 1 a  i- and in  J f  UH)! .ar VHI IOU inborn  A .1  nt  I.” ll rn an*  f •  Game Warden  Has Resigned  B Hollmsn Ll- *•• I p f*< ntion on Account of Health.  o din  e Alk  P Wo,  Is Bra man,  Ii o h i n s  d It  Vu  (in  aw ar>  !<*h I  Dan  Mr  Jefe *ts •••*•-1 to pert to during * rn an parent -  . d (*u r   I». part  correct-uh! not  Mr  I '.I :  fin ir fain  do.  ORDER TO SUPPLY  SCHOOL BOOKS  Mr \ Ii ll dir  A• a in.’ of the (ii snit* '• ( ouncil N >. 20 J *ri*>r Order I  1  American Me- ha a -, Monday e\ mg. September * th, it wa dec;, lo purchase school book* f r pupils attending ’be Granttev Public schools who were unable  ail  ilk*  I VV, ck-tsitian man', receive the 1 Viken 0 int int ment. i a -  1 Fief r 1 a*r'*  VV agen* 1 ted .'icon on at  >m*tiertiia Ii ii gut! »n  Will  Hair  M «  lh  Mi '  - Bi  M) MORI Al IO  Ll ! 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