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Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Biloxi, Mississippi 12 pages today if Job fail to receive year Herald Call Gulfport 25c1, Bunzl dial 4311 Bif Sre it . Saturday Call by s Pritti 1 Herald associated press a and Nea features Herald building Biloxi Mississippi coast Friday after Timon june 23, 1950 Herald building Gulfport volume my number 125 coast weather partly Emy team a act Lai satan by. Hebest saturday 91 h to m. Medrai . Russell Corban unopposed vote contempt no need for citation for Inry Nelson in probe a a a declined answer the contractor is Russell , Robert g. Snowden and. James Mcgehee Memphis. The air Force gives the sponsor which is the contractor 30 Days to close with Cha and the Cha then gives 90 Days to begin actual construction according to information received from congressman we. Colmer. The housing is to be built Inder provisions of the Wherry Bill passed by Congress earlier in the session. Although privately financed the housing units will be on government owned land at the base. The land is leased to the builder. Morristown tenn., june 23 a a Tennessee Highway patrolman can guard the bloody strike scene at the american Enka corporation Rayon Plant near Here without calling for National guard Aid the state safety commissioner decided today. Commissioner Sam a Neal said today he has decided against asking gov. Gordon Browning to Send National guardsmen Here. Neal s decision a w a it e d since an outbreak of gunfire wounded four men yesterday came after hours of investigation which carried far into the night. Neal said he will keep enough Quot state Highway patrolmen Here to prevent recurrence of violence. Will follow counsel gov. Browning has indicated he will follow Neal s recommendation in the Enka strife. He and adj. Gen. Sam t. Wallace came Here yesterday with 75 Highway patrolmen to restore order. Browning returning last night Nelson now Quot is communist party from Washington said he would organizer for Western Pennsyl await word from Neal and Wal Vania. J lace before deciding whether j guardsmen Are needed. I service to testify i construction to Start soon on new in Jim tons nor i if i red a espionage Keesler houses Washington june 23 it it the i House in american activities com a a Mittee voted today to cite Steve. Construction is expected to Start j Nelson for contempt for refusing within four months on the new$10,000,000 580-housing unit con answer questions about russian1 tract at Keesler fab. Atomic espionage Nelson refused to answer almost All committee questions when he testified june 8, 1949. The committee at that time was looking into alleged communist infiltration of the radiation Laboratory at the University of California. The committee received testimony from others that Nelson obtained highly confidential information about the wartime atom bomb project. Bidault s government faces crisis t 1,114 signers reported today on school plan the move by the parents and teachers of Gulfport s expanding school population to obtain up to Date and sufficient facilities at the Start of the 1950 school or shortly thereafter gained Quot encouraging headway Quot thursday from petition signers who went to the City schools. A total of 1,114 signers had been secured by mid morn j ing today. The total represents Only 34 petitions out of the 101 being circulated. House to House canvassing will be continued by the Pat workers into next wednesday supt. B. Frank Brown reported. Tabulations Are being made at frequent intervals in the office of the superintendent and More petitions Are being distributed even As the completed ones Are turned in. Nearly 2.100 signers will be needed to carry the measure that failed june 13 when a Slack in voting did not quite bring out the. Required number. Those who did vote favored the measure almost 5-1. Many potential signers of the Washington june 23 Ltd senators j investigating the 1949 Case summoned Diplomat John s. Service for further questioning today about purported Fri testimony that he passed secret military data to a defendant in the Case. Service state department far Eastern official was called to a closed meeting of a Senate foreign relations subcommittee he got the bid after testifying under oath last night that he never knowingly disclosed such military information to Philip Jaffe who was editor of the now defunct amerasian Magazine. Service maae that assertion after stating that he was unwitting i v and innocently involved in the amerasian episode which brought discovery by Federal agents of hundreds of confidential government papers in the new York office of the Magazine. Senator Mccarthy a wis has Quot All but eight or nine of j the nearly 100 men and women picked up for question i ing after the gunfire erupted j Early yesterday were released during the night said Neal. Neal said he expects charges to be placed against others today j in connection with the seige of the strike Ridden Plant. J the 13-week-old strike by the j Cio textile workers Union has j spawned repeated violent incidents since the Plant reopened for production late in May. J the outbreaks reached a new j height with the latest incidents j which began with 25 minutes of gunfire at the Early morning shirt change yesterday. In previous events no one had been Hurt j seriously. I tool the Assembly convenes for a the critical vote tomorrow on j Bidault s request. He has demanded approval of a Law prohibiting new government expenditures unless such expenditures Are co ered by receipts. British across the English Channel Britain s labor government also is heading for a win or resign parliamentary test. Prime minister Attlee asked for a Confidence endorsement of his government s a. U f of j 1-i a decision to stay out of the current firemen inspect the Balcony of a Redwood City Calif. Neater after Schuman plan talks until it learns a movie titled Quot the gunfighter literally brought the House Down. How the proposed Coal steel at least 15 persons were injured when a Large part of the plaster on. Nne rate the ceiling collapsed. Authorities said that More people would have pop p been injured except that the Accident occurred just before the last the House of commons Stu show of the evening was Nea Telep Noto Paris june 23 amp Frances socialist party threatened today to topple the Middle of the Road j government of Premier Georges Bidault unless he makes a pro j 1 postal which will satisfy their de mands on the wage raise Issue. The socialists announced they would vote against Bidault tomorrow on a Confidence motion if they still Are dissatisfied. The government of the popular Republican j movement Leader cannot stand if the socialists oppose it in such a vote. With France Deeo in Neotia tons to merge West Europe s Coal Mississippi s ballot boxes appear a and steel under International con entry has gone Truma nites fail to accept vote Box fight deadline passes in Mississippi for qualifying Jackson june 23 up a legislative Challenge to again carry the states rights pro Truman fight Toj Gulfport naval Reserve unit is tops in District Quot gunfighter Quot brings Down House us Security tied with far East Johnson thinks the Gulfport naval resent division placed first in the recent j inspection in Competition with 80 other divisions in the sixth naval District it was announced to i Day. J area embraced j the sixth District embraces i North Carolina South Carolinas a Tennessee Georgia Florida Ala a Bama and Mississippi and the Gulfport division competed with i such Large units As Atlanta Birmingham and Jacksonville. As result of winning this inspection Gulfport will compete for the National chains Pion amp hip against winners of other naval districts throughout the United states and possessions. The Forrestal trophy will be awarded the National Winner. Quot disgusted Quot with his relations with it. H. W. Mcmurtray executive Washington. Officer of the Gulfport division congressmen i said that the commandant of the four of the state s seven con sixth naval District Admiral deadline for qualifying in the August 22 democratic primary passed at Midnight last night without a single candidate publicly announced on the pro Truman ticket. The Challenge was hurled by the 1950 legislature when it re wrote the state s political party registration Law. A Section specifically allowing those who backed the Truman bark Ley ticket in 1948 to enter the Campaign was inserted so that Quot the Issue May again be taken to the people at the since then rep. Phil Mullen original Truman supporter in 1948, j has withdrawn from Active participation in pro Truman affairs still later Clarence e. Hood recognized by the National party As state committeeman said he Isi i Okay Transfer of accused service of collaborating with communists a charge which j service flatly denied yesterday. J state bar commissioners Tjo study proposal Appeal of state wide prohibition at Gulfport base defense chief Bradley leave Japan for debate the government s policy on monday and is expected to vote tuesday night. Defeat of either the French or British Cabinet would cause the government involved to resign. The Assembly rejected Bidault s j four of the Sta a a seven con. Sixth naval request that it turn Down a social j a Ngare assured of re Nomi Hayler would visit Gulfport july 1 is party proposal which would i Fatiori although one of them will 6 to officially notify the division i give government employees pay face Republican opposition in the of its achievement. Admiral Hay rises equalling about $35,000,000 general election. Two others Are ler wil1 be accompanied by several in the 1951 budget. Bidault said opposed for re nomination while members of his staff. There will he could not endorse payments a three Way race was developed no dri11 that would come due when he for the seventh seat being Given in preparation for the final a might not be in office and asked up by rep. Will m. Whittington of Section by High ranking repro i for the vote of Confidence. A new Greenwood. Quot Quot French election is scheduled in in addition congressmen All of the state s chancery circuit and county judges will be elected. Democratic nomination in Mississippi practically assures the nominee of election. 1951. The impending Assembly ballot around speculation on How it i would affect French foreign min ister Robert Schuman. He is a sponsor of the Industrial Pool plan which six Western european a Senta Tives from the Navy depart a ment in Washington the commandant is sending experts in ordnance and electronics to assist the Gulfport base in completing their installation of equipment. Inspection the inspection will cover Perth Mississippi state bar i unauthorized practice of lawyers petition Are expected to join the j thursday told their commissioners i insurance adjusters title guaranty Force when the Junior chamber to the Junior bar Section s companies and tax specialists. J Witherspoon chosen Al Ash ton june 23 i a the House armed services committee a i proved a Bill yesterday to j Transfer surplus equipment at the i i former Navy base Hospital at j i Gulfport to the City of Gulfport and Harrison county. Tion Are trying to set up in Nego i Tokyo june 23 up defense Sec to nations Here. Rotary Louis Johnson said before to Quot to Quot his departure for the United states Esco set Lith new tonight that he thinks Quot these a a _ a purity of America is tied in with superintendent the Way America maintains its position in the far every time also t0 study of Commerce and the Gulfport j proposal that the state bar take Pat stage a demonstration Satur 3 stand on the repeal of statewide Day at the Corner of 25th Avenue j prohibition and report their re and 14th Street for the purpose of commendation to the next regular acquainting More persons with the meeting of the bar. School program. Gulfport child fatally Hurt in fall from Auto the decision followed a half hour of debate on whether or not the proposal was any of the state bar s business. J a motion by John c. Satterfield Jackson referred the Resolution j to the new commissioners who i were selected Toddjr. I the state bar wound up its an Nual convention today at the Buena Vista hotel Biloxi and voted to did a person Gulfport return to Biloxi next year injured about 10 15 Gibson Witherspoon 46. Meridian. A graduate of Washington and Lee University this morning was elected president of Mississippi state bar association to succeed r. W. Thompson Gulfport. Witherspoon is commissioner from Mississippi to the National conference on uniform state Laws and is associate editor of the i commercial Law journal. Gulfport and Harrison county Are using both the Hospital and the equipment according to rep. William Colmer a miss sponsor of the measure. Colmer said they planned a new memorial Hospital and wanted to use the equipment valued at about �111,000, in the new Structure. Patricia Lee Dickerson is year old daughter of or. And mrs. Lee Ralph was fatally . Today when she fell from a moving automobile on East Beach. Police chief Richard h. Hart said the Accident occurred on us Highway 90 near Thornton Avenue on the South Lane of the Beach drive. E. Cage Brewer Clarksdale who reported the Junior bar s proposal told the lawyers the Junior bar Felt that the people of Mississippi Quot Don t want prohibition Quot and asked the state bar to take a stand on repeal either for or against. John c. Satterfield Jackson was i r selected vice president so Nev Quot own Gulf or memorial Smith jr., second vice president. Hospital. The items have been the three chief officers were Quot sed since the naval Dispensa it elected by acclamation. Was Hrsto by the City Coutv Statt in March. 194/. Spokesmen for the local Hospital i commission stated that the request for the equipment includes ail fixtures furniture and supplies facts he continued but Quot until the in a plane Side news conference Johnson said Quot America must do and i am sure will do All things necessary in the far East for the Security of the United states and peace in the the defense Secretary said he and Gen. Omar n. Bradley chairman of the joint chiefs of a staff came to the Orient Quot to secure the facts upon which our policy toward Japan should be based if we Are most effectively to protect the Security of the United the two have obtained those at Lyman High i Esco Smith will be the new 1 superintendent at Lyman High school it was announced today by c. B. Cowart school Board chairman following a meeting of the Board thursday night. Or. Smith Success r. M. Mcdonald and comes to Lyman from Savannah. Joe maj was reelected assistant superintendent. Other faculty members will be announced later. Or. Coward also announced the introduction of football at the school with two or three games possible for 1950, and a full schedule for 1951. I he said that work was begun she was Riding in the rear seat of a Sedan when the right hand an earlier motion to table was door opened and she fell to the voted Down. Emmett Allen Brook j Highway striking her head and it Haven in making the motion suffering a compound fracture a claimed that a stand on the pro j she was dead on arrival at me p0.1. A object the bar to Morial Hospital. I criticism by the churches people chief Hart said the girl s father. And newspapers Riding in the front seat with Wil disrespect for Law Liam Crowder. Gulfport who was the Junior bar s Jacob Guice owner Ana Riri or of the car. Biloxi City attorney called or act j sought unsuccessfully to grab his Ion and pointed out that a pro i daughter when the opened bit Ion Laws have created a great acclamation. New commissioners include William Hewes of Gulfport. Criticize solicitor the state bar this morning criticized us solicitor general Pearlman for his recent attack on the judges of circuit five which includes Mississippi. They charged Quot it was it unprofessional conduct Quot on Pearlman s part. Another Resolution commended the Mississippi legislature for submitting to the people of the state an amendment which would increase the number of supreme court judges from six to nine. The amendment will be voted on in november and the bar urged county bar associations to explain j the purposes of the amendment a j Wii be used in Hospital j provided congressional approval a is granted the equipment would be used in the proposed Multi i Story City county Hospital near i the intersection of Broad Avenue and 15th Street Gulfport for i which final plans Are now being j drawn up. Facts we have determined have today on breaking ground for the been evaluated by the secretaries foot it Aii Field and a baseball Dia of the armed forces and by the mond t0 be located North of the joint chiefs of staff and our con school. Charles King is the conclusions Nave been reported to commander in chief no statement the school Board chairman also will be issued by the department stated that additional playground of facilities to accommodate 200 Stu leave for us 1 dents More than the present in. Johnson and Bradley took off re i a Quot Tinb a died a a in their Constellation for Anchor Tootman Ana Oase Waii to ends candidate for the first jul of administration required to file a and Tjie Tram los program. Accord a loyalty affidavit with the Secre in 1� it Mcmurtray particular Itaev of state before his name can emphasis its placed. A the appear on the ballot. The Pere j2atl�n a administration of the quisote was ordered by the 19501 Quot King program Gulfport set up legislature in its anti subversives a training school for instructors act which covers All present and. Patterned after a similar school prospective state employees. M Charleston and was Able to i secure a number of highly Quali biggest Field fee Reserve officers and enlisted biggest Field is in the fifth con men As instructors. Many of the Gressional District where incur instructors Are civilian instructors Bent Arthur Winstead faces five 3t Keesler fab and have degrees opponents. In education. They Are former Reo. Ros a. The commanding officer of the Collins of Meridian. Technical sgt. Gulfport division it. L. A. Koen Thomas c. Mowdy now stationed Nen is now serving two weeks at Minden. La. O. D. Brame of training duty at Green Cove Magee Robert f. Mason of Magee Springs Florida. And j. O. Hollis of Carthage. In the seventh District rep. John Bell Williams will be opposed by Davage Smith a Young jacksonian who describes himself As the Quot Happy in the third District where Whittington is retiring Lomax Lamb jr., a Marks. Miss., attorney and state Sens. Frank Smith of Greenwood and Oscar Wolfe of Duncan Are seeking the nomination. All of the campaigns apparently will be fought on personalities. No real Issue has Dev eloped so far in and of them. Age Alaska this morning. Thev he caught the Edge of her dress disrespect for the Law in the state Quot hand and urse passage of the a decent position where you havea hypocritical situation such judges Stokes v. Robertson. Jackson but could not hold it chief Hart of Mississippi. You can t maintain j state. Pas it engers in the rear seat a the time were Earl Crowder. 3, and Eugene Crowder his Grandfather. The body was removed from the Hospital to Riemann s funeral Home. Survivors include her parents. They were in route to Hardy court to pick up the girl s Mother at the time of the Accident chief stick our necks Hart reported. Amendment. Awyers also asked state a it jul ugh to dismiss court during future meetings of the Junior and senior bar. Former state bar president charge or Robert j. Farley Dean of de that "40 lawyers can t speak the University of Mississippi Law for the 1600 in the the proposal was termed question for the legislature Quot Bob Calhoun Hattiesburg. Quot i can t see Why we have to out and take a Quot a by stand on anything especially something As controversial As the liquor i Law Quot said William Turner. Aber i Deen. Either Way would bring re j yers wednesday afternoon Declar j de that there is abundant evidence i All Over the land that lawyers Harrison grand jury indicts Thpmas Gardner Thomas m. Gardner Gulfport attorney recently sent to the Mississippi state mental Hospital in. Whitfield alter a hearing before i throw finout the state defining a Quot the methods and techniques of the j Tributino Down on our unauthorized practice the state bar passed a Junior bar recommendation that would let the Public know what consists unauthorized practice of Law. They authorized the bar commissioners to mail a statement expect to reach Anchorage for Brief Stopover before continuing to Washington in 11j hours. Johnson walked in with general Macarthur to the plane. Shaking hands with the occupation chief he said Quot you Are Doinoff a magnificent Job. Take care of As the plane taxied Down the dark runway. Macarthur commented Johnson s and Bradley s visit Here had been highly successful. A delightful in his statement handed new men Johnson said he and Bradie had obtained the facts Thev sought rom discussions with in the air Force for two years. He Arthur and the commander of of to the lawyers is survived by his wife two important installations in the Billy Wayne and Mickey Par Pacific an j f our a a a Quot ends. Or. And mrs. L. A. Linder in the Western pack Quot three Brothers. Leroy. Lewis and j Johnson and Bradie visited the Hershel and your ,. Philippines. Japan and Okinawa Shirley Delores and Bettj. J before saying that the defence funeral arrangements would withhold Univa i i. It a i a been completed but will be Quot of i water and Tel. Magnolia Petroleum co dal fans f a Home in pabcag0ula he Bradie Quot had las. Tex., addressing the state Law services Al Spencer memorial j John Sfa Aje it had Baptist Church. The body is we fed the Fth h scheduled to arrive at Pascagoula misunderstandings that statements Pascagoula youth Dies in Accident near Birmingham pfc. Clifton Linder of Pascagoula was killed and pvt. Fred Green or. Of Kingstree. So injured in an automobile Accident thursday near Birmingham when the be Quot convertible in which they were Riding crashed into a loaded ice Cream truck. Linder was stationed at Gunter Field Montgomery. Linder 23 Vears old has been i and playground Are listed As the number two project of the Board. The number one project is the construction of Manuel Industrial arts training shops. The work being done by Walley construction company of Richton is expected to be completed by aug. 7. The Board also announced that Complete repairs Are being made to boys and girls basements by Gary Reeves with work to be completed by june 30. Members of the Board in addition to or. Cowart. Are o. M. Hambacher. Secretary and Moz Ark Landrum. Treasurer. Name Mcquiston superintendent Long Beach High j. M. Mcquiston. Native of Tennessee and resident of the coast for the past five years has been named superintendent of the Long Beach schools it was announced today by Sam Maxwell chairman of the school Board. Or. Mcquiston was previously elected teacher and assistant coach for the coming school year. He succeeds g. D. Appleby who recently resigned to accept a position on the administrative staff of Gulf coast military Academy. The new superintendent is a graduate of Memphis state col Glenn Haynes a Fulton miss., lege and also attended southwestern of Memphis and Bryson College. He taught school in Tennessee for a number of years prior to moving to the coast. He has been a member of the Gulf coast ath Etic officials association during his Stav Here. Re nominated without opposition were reps. John e. Rankin. Tutelo Jamie l. Whitten. Charleston. Thomas g. of Okolona. And William m. Colmer of Pascagoula. School spoke thursday night. Judge Julian Alexander of the Mississippi supreme court was toastmaster. Chaos in court Wallace Hawkins general coun the fac s obtained tvs afternoon. Toll in Natchez without regard to party or Creed Are seriously concerned about the chaos in the supreme court. A anxiety is focused on the Gra cafe blast rises dual erosion and almost Complete abandonment of the usual tools. Chancellor d. M. Russell was in i dieted on a charge of murder in j connection with the death of his j of ther Hanun Gardner on May 21 the grand jury returned the j a the daily Herald indictment before circuit judge june 23, 1919 40 years Jig Lawrence c. Corban at 12 10 . Today. Judge Corban said thai he has a ked sheriff Laz Quave to place a detainer on Gardner at the Hospital to he returned Here tor trial in event he is released. On july i the first National Bank of Gulfport will open a fully equipped savings department. Deposits of $1 and up will be received and interest allowed at the rate of 4 per cent per annul. Quoted inaccurately or out of context. Have been misinterpreted and that other statements have been Reno Ereo invalid because of Maio changes in the situation in that far he did not elaborate. It was not Clear whether he referred to statements made during his six Day weather news Mississippi Par la Cloudy this afternoon tonight and sat Quot Urda. Scattered showers in extreme Northwest portion late this afternoon or tonight and in West and North portions saturday. Us weather station located at Biloxi yacht club. 24 hours ended at 6 . High Low prec. June 22 85 32 Low last night 80 today noon 89. Natchez. June 23 Ltd it the death toll in a explosion which wrecked the italian Kitchen Rose to three late yesterday when Paul Cowley a co owner of the cafe j stay Here or earlier died of injuries. Dulles John Parker 49. Natchez Busi-1 this completed the Security Nessman and mrs. Ernestine mar j phase of a double investigation of Tello wife of another co owner j american policies for the far East i Chicago died within six hours Fater the and Japan. John Foster Dulles 1 Denver five 1 pursuing the political and economic Houston National airlines at Gulfport Field recorded the following temperatures and rainfall for the periods listed High Low prec. Judicial process Quot Hawkins told the convention. He stated that the business of National courts and judges once confined to National Law has now embraced the most minute affairs of the humblest citizen. Quot the judgments of Federal courts now reach and touch the Home and wednesday night explosion effect the most personal and Pri other persons were injured. J vate affairs of 145 million state fire marshal j. R. My j conference with Macarthur around he pointed to an Ever increasing i Donald was conducting an invest a noon tomorrow. Dulles is i need that the Federal judiciary gation into the cause of the exp Republican adviser to the us state keep its House in order. I Pio Eion. Department on Japan. 1 lumber dealer has filed for the Republican nomination against Rankin and Nelson e. Taylor a Greenwood attorney is unopposed As gop candidate for the third District . Five judges Are not seeking reelection but races have developed for nine of the 32 offices. Judge j. P. Coleman of Acker Man scheduled to be named a supreme court commissioner is not in the race for the fifth District circuit court. Henry Lee Rodgers of Louisville the District attorney who prosecuted Leon Turner and Macolm and Windol Whitt for the massacre of three negro children is opposed by Robertson Horton of Winona to succeed Coleman. Dees Stribling of Philadelphia named to succeed judge Percy Lee in the eighth circuit when Lee took his supreme court Seal will be succeeded either by w. E. Mclntyre of Brandon or a. B. Mcgraw of Philadelphia. 15th circuit e. C. Barlow and Tom p. Raav both of Brook Haven Are to succeed judge j. F. Guynes of Hazlehurst who year is unopposed for the newly created loth chancery court Bench. Ana in the 15th circuit Seba Dale of Columbia ban on taking of Small shrimp goes in effect new Orleans. June 23 left a ban on taking of shrimp smaller than 38 to the Pound was in effect today. Commissioner Ernest Clements of the state wildlife and fisheries department in the order said Yeste Cav it would remain in effect until aug. 14. Tha order does not apply to shrimp taken or sold As bit. Bait May be taken Only with cast or scoop nets or trawls not Over 16 feet. Possession must not exceed ten pounds at and one time. West Point sen. W. B. L As Macon and r. P. Sugg Eupora. Two circuit judges and one Chancellor Are opposed in their bids for re election. June 22 .90 73 Low last night 74 today noon 87. And former rep. Jesse w. Shanks a a a cd of Purvis both want to Don judge circuit bldg Fife j. C. Shivers Robes. Shivers is the circuit judges not a candidate. Graham of the 10th observation taken for 24 hours end ing at 5 30 . Cost today High Low prec Side is scheduled to hold a second a Fen t Memphis the new Orleans 90 88 84 91 99 91 90 92 Kaahui Fob a 71 74 55 75 77 77 7s 78 m to �?�7 .13 .01 a to Are Jesse District at in the 14th chancery court Dis Meridian opposed by Fred Rog strict three attorneys two of them ers also of Meridian and f. Bur members of the legislature Are Kitt Collins of Laurel opposed by seeking the Post held by b. M. A. S. Scott also of Laurel. Walker or. Walker a med to the Chancellor is Lester Clark serve out the unexpired term of of Hattiesburg. His opponent it the late Chancellor a. F. My Jroy j. Goss of Columbia. Keighley is not in the race. Can 1 a11 other incumbent judges Art dilates Are rep. Frank a. Crib unopposed tor re nomination

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