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r « « . « » • • . » « » ! « « « • > . . . I ernments b u t gives each co-extensive Steubenvil!«. Ohio, arrest R a y a n d Roy ^
g r a n t of power in enforcement of p r o - de Autrement, brothers long sought Registrants at
WHS HOLD FOLK FESTIVAL |
OVEMTCOHT NEWS IN
Big demonstration is held in Mos-
for killing railway mail clerk a n d
tbnee t r a i n m e n in passenger train
holdup in Oregon four years ago.
City Tour Caj
I PROMISES TO POINT • » i » « i i i i i « i i > » t t » » i i i »
cow against Poland because of assas-
sination in W a r s a w of Soviet minis-
Chamoerlin a n d Levtne announce in ter Polish embassy is heavily guarded Dr. W . R. King, physician-farmer
Berlin they will fly t o Potsdam Satur- bv trooper Soviet officials suspect foul charged with peonage, Is acquitted at Juinoh-.joseph Ko&Jk^cV
day a n d t o Vienna Sunda ; Berlin play In slowing u p of conveyanace a t Athens. Ga.
OUT SECRET CACHES newspaper says German government Minsk in which high police official,
has received suggestion t h a t fliers be having In custody Polish lieutenant
sent back home on German warship. suspected of espionage, is killed.
Alice Frasler. arrested a t Glens
Falls, N. Y., charged with murdering
her husband, Byron Frasler. is a l -
en«sylvanla-j. S, ^ ^
' J h l o - T L. Brooke* n,,:
Colonel Lindbergh from bridge of In W a r s a w and Vllna Polish a u t h - leged to have confessed putting poison land Biggins. C o r t l a n d . '
International Institute Sponsors Tell* Police He Will Lead Them cruiser Memphis sees h i s first school orities search monarchist colonies.i nd In h i s wine; Stephen Baker, alleged de l s l a n d - H . seb
Unique Presentation- of to Hiding Place of Val- of whales. a r r e s t 84 persons to determine wheth- paramour, is held a s accessory. , "6.
er assassination of Soviet minister was lssourl—W O. Pallow. gr i j
Song* and Dances. uable Jewels. Miss Isabelle Pope i n Chicago files part of Russian monarchist plot. New York University confers on absaehusetts — v o \ i
suit asking widow's interest in estate Secretary of State Kellogg degree of th Chelmsford; o" \v. Do:
N E W YORK. J u n e 9 W 5 )—Arthur
of late Billy McCHntock, charging t h a t British naval authorities a t Shang- Doctor of Laws.
A folk festival with seven nationali- William Darling Shepherd, principal hai notlfv Chinese foreign minister »Ufomla-H. F. n IK n
ties taking; part, will be given by the- Gibson, confessed " g e n t l e m a n " b u r g - legatee, who w a s acquitted of poison- there t h a t British feel a t liberty t o Families in some sections of A r k a n -
International Institute, on Goat island, lar" h a s promised t o lead police to ing McCHntock, prevented h e r from t a k e retaliatory' action if apology i s sas, Missouri a n d Illinois evacuate M a n a - w . G.' Curran. Vera
Saturday. J u n e 11. beginning a t 2:15.
secret hiding place, w h e r e h e says, a
marrying youth,. not forthcoming for firing by Chinese homes- a s ne\y floods t h r e a t e n ; a p - Lowe. Goshen.
Characteristic fete-day songs and
horde of Jewels stolen from Long upon British motorboats and yachts on proximately 160,000 acres of farm Michigan—F. C-Hurley Crc
dance* in the plcturesrjue costumes of W h i t e House announces, foHowing W h a n g p u river. lands in southeast Louisiana again IS. Cowley. Royal Oak.
tho "nationalities represented will com- Island h o m e s a n d y a l u e d a t $1,000,- prediction by Senator Smoot, t h a t Inundated by Mississippi w a t e r ; resi- >ew Hampshire—B. n . Ward
prise tho major part of the program. Ccolldge h a s reached n o decision on dents of Bayou Black dynamite hastily
it No other country h a s ever h a d the.
000, a r e secreted.
T h e cache Is t h e accumulation of
question of caUlng special session of
W a t e r s p o u t destroys 80 houses, k,' -" constructed flood d a m t o which they t Yardley, C. H. Ruttle
bhsts, all from Keene.
r a r e privilege that is America's t o - congress. > " t one person and injures many others objected. "few Jersey—J. A Estel] • Ra
day, tho prlvilcgee of co-operating fifteen robberies which have baffled tn town of Ancud, southern Chile.
& with our foreign born peoples In a n Metropolitan police for t h e p a s t t h r e e
Grand j u r y In Canton, Ohio, r e t u r n s
Minnesota—R. R. Selbert
|owa—O. N. Hudt, De'' St.
-.: yeans, Gibson said. Federal officers a n d local police a t READ THE GAZETTE WANT ADS
l|,;if . effort to preserve something of t h e
mysticism; the idealism and t h e beauty ^ PAUL CLEMENS' MARIONETTE* Questioned for more t h a n six h o u r i . indictment ^charging S. A. Lengel, for-
mer chief of police, with being Fifth
of tho old world traditions. T h e folk Gibson told h o w h e an,d h i s assoc-
The above- Is a picture of Paul C l e m e n s a n d hla famous marionettes. iates h a d p l a n n e d a n d executed conspirator In m u r d e r of D o n R. Mel-
festival affords one of the best medi- lett, Canton editor, last J u l y .
u m s through which this can be done These little wooden actors can sing, t a l k , a n d dance. Mr'.' Clemens carries a thefts In w e a l t h y homes in Long I s -
•• - ! IS and It is not possible to estimate tho specially constructed minlaturo s t a g e , special scenery a n d lights for t h e land, W e s t c h e s t e r a n d N e w Jersey. William G. McAdoo in speech a t M a -
value of such a contribution to t h e production of "Babes In the Woow," which t h e Marionettes will present for Yesterday h e pleaded guilty t o r o b - con, Ga., contends constitution e s -
cultural life of America. Kxtrcmely Junior Chautauqua on the fourth m o r n i n g . W h e r e v e r Mr. Clemens has a p - bing t h e h o m e of J e s s e I * Llvermore
' significant also Is the Inspiration that peared, h e has been asked to show h o w h e makes the dolls act so real. H e of $83,000 In Jewelry. tablishes no division o r distribution of
•vfir E x p l a i n i n g t h e m e t h o d s of his ex- powers between federal a n d state gov- Delivers a
comes to our new Americans when will demonstrate this after the perfor martce.
$10 LIVING ROOM
they realize that wo appreciate tho ploits, Gibson said h i s chief aids
spiritual and social value of tho folk were " t h e society columns of a
500 Magicians Do
art which they have brought with morning n e w s p a p e r a n d moonless
them from their home lands, suf-
ficiently to pause In the midst of our
hurried lives to enjoy t h e beauty of
this a r t with them.
GOVERNOR mm Tricks in Ohio
" W e t r e a t e d everybody nicely,"
Gibson sajd. "A show of a gun w a s
all t h a t w a s needed t o keep them
quiet In' t h e first place, a n d after
Mr. Stefan 'Wnrs.'twsk! and - Mr.
Soreniien of t h e Niagara Fort Iwind K E N T O N . . O,. J u n e 9 (IP)—More t h a t It w a s courtesy a n d tact. It Balance on Easy Paymefnts
than 600 magicians a r e emulating certainly is r e m a r k a b l e w h a t one can
«1P nro In charge of the music and Misses
Marianne Krkert, Alice Mooradlan.
Maria Lohuglio. Wllhamlna Cerefln
WITH MEDAL OF VALOR
the postman who takes a walk on do with people by t h e use of a little
his d a y off.
Coming from t h e vaudeville plat-
Gibson's confession, led t o the a r -
aiid Mury Lawrence aro directing the
Following Is t h e program:
Uncle Ham," Huff—Fort Niagara-Hand.
forms a n d C h a t a u q u a tents of t h e rest of Morris F r a n k , a Bronx bar-
United S t a t e s , a n d t h e music halls ber, w h o Gibson said, . w a s t h e
American—(1) March. "Salute to Empire State's Award to Newand varieties of E u r o p e they have pal "Boston Billy" Williams, dispos-
temporarily stopped doing their
"fenso" through w h o m he' a n d h i s Our Regular High Grjade Suites
All spring edge and back, web bottom, reversibl
tricks for money, a n d a r e ' d o i n g t h e m ed of t h e stolen jewels. F r a n k ts
I- V -••'"
m • w
(2) "Songs of the Nations"—Fort Ni- York-to-Paris Air Trail Blazer
a g a r a Hand-
Hungarian—O) "Hungarian Dance"
Sakarowskl—Fort Niagara Band. (2>
Czardas Hungarian Danoe—Matilda
to Be Tendered Monday.
for fun a s p a r t of tho I n t e r n a t i o n a l being held, a n d t h e police a r e seek-
Brotherhood of Magicians convention. i n g - W i l l i a m s .
JJlackstone, ono of t h o highest p a l a
magicians of t h e world, l a s t n i g h t
cushions. Money back guarantee. Best value
the city. Our Special 3-piece Suite at $119.50
Dangelmajer, Charles Dangelmajer. ALBANY. N . T., J u n e 9.—(ffV-The did his stuff for nothing, a n d a dozen
Armenian—Armenian folk songs— twelfth Medal of Valor ever awarded other a r t i s t s preceded h i m .
Miss Alice Davidson. by N e w York State will be .presented
Polish— (1) "Polish Dance," Saka- to Charles A. Llndborjch by Qovernor pearance.
The streets present a carnival a p -
Hero a n adept fingered
rowskl—Fort Niagara Hand. (2) Polka
—Polish Women's Club. (3) Mazurka
*-Pupl!s of Miss Eckert.
Alfred Bt- Smith "in N e w York City Individual p a l m s coins a"nd d r a w s
next Monday. c a r d s from thin
Italian—(1) "Tarantella"— F o r t N i - given for "acts of valor" performed rots from a girl's h a t where flowers
a i r ; across t h e
The decoration, authorized In 1891, Is street a n o t h e r y a n k s a h u n c h of c a r - IN HOOK UP TO TELL
mm* (2) Quadrille— Italian by officers or enlisted men'of the N a - bloomed before, a n d generally speak- C«p* May, Ooean City and Wfldwood
a g a r a Hand.
Women's Club. (3) Tamborlne dance tional Guard o r Naval Militia In t h e ing thoy enjoy It more t h a n their
—Cosmo Club. (4) Garibaldi's March discharge of their duties. Lindbergh's Impromptu aides.
—Tho two clubs, accompanied by medal, made of solid silver and Thoro Is much m y s t e r y In t h e air.
Warszowskl's Orchestra. mounted on a blue ribbon, bears on Its too, even a m o n g t h e magicians Friday, June 24th
Slovak—(1) "Slovnnlc Dance" Saka- obverse a citation summarizing- his themselves. Mnny h a v e new tricks Will Broadcast Ceremonies in
rowskl—Fort Niagara, Hand. (2) trans-Atlantic flight. On the face the which they confidently expect will $16.80 Bound
Ktraslk. Isla Zldofka Mlmo . Kram, word "Valor" appears, together with mystify t h e most a s t u t e brother Honor of Aerial Hero for Trip
Handkerchief Dance—Slovak Girls' an embossed shield a n d a pair of priests of t h e black a r t a n d pull
Girls' Club. (3) Songs, "Hej SlovacI," crossed guns. down t h § jrrand prize offered by the Eleven Hours. 16-Day R e t u r n Limit. Tickets
•'Boleraz"—Slovak Croup. In rocolvlng t h e modal Lindbergh, I. B. M. for %tho best s t u n t s s u b - good going a n d r e t u r n i n g on
Scotch—Hag pipes—Shredded Wheat himself a member of tho Missouri Na- mitted. T h e cream of t h e profes- all Lehigh Valley trains In-
Kilty Hand, Jack Gray, pipe major.. tional Guard, will Join t h e Belect sion today donned t h e wigs, beards, WASHINGTON, June 9.—MP)— cluding T h e Black Diamond.
America's huge radio machinery in
American—(1) "American Dance" r a n k s of the eleven m e n who in tho mustaches a n d g a r m e n t s of their a c o n t i n u o u s 11-hour period next
10-Day stop-over permitted
Kretschmer—Fort Niagara Hand. (2) past thirty-three years have been famous predecessors of t h e wand, S a t u r d a y will b e devoted to b r o a d - a t Philadelphia on r e t u r n trip.
"Doll Dance"—Physical Education De- decorated for personal horolsm. and took the audience back over t h e For tickets and further details
p a r t m e n t Y. W . C. A. Tho first award w a s made In July. years into t h e realm of earlier magic casting t h e n a m e a n d fame of t h e see Lehigh Valley ticket agent
Ukralnlnn—(1) "Kusslan Kossack' 1915, when threo medals were con- art, Legerdemain, a n d sleight or h e r o of aviation, Colonel Charles A. or communicate with
•j-_ : .*-%i.--i
Aschcr—Fort Niagara Band. (2) ferred upon Guardstnen w h o saved hand, a n d presented t h e favorite L i n d b e r g h . R. W. Stark, City Pass. Agt.
Ukrainian dance—The Misses Stroknn. several comrades from drowning In tricks of t h e m a s t e r s they Imperson- F o r t h e first t i m e in history 37 2 Falls Street
I n t e r n a t i o n a l ^ — (1) May Polo Sprout Brook a t Flshklll Plains dur- ated. Htatlons throughout t h e United Phone 3301 Hamilton Hamilton
Dance—Physical Education Depart- ing tho s u m m e r training period. States, associated w i t h t h e National
ment Y. W. C. A., American girls. (2) These heroes wero Captain William B r o a d c a s t i n g c o m p a n y which a n - & Clark & Clark
"America tho Beautiful—Audtenco. (3) R. Jackson, First Sergeant William G. PHYSICIAN IS FREED nounced t h e plan today, will b e solely
"Stars a n d Stripes Forever" Sousa— Keogan a n d Sorgeant J o h n Cuthbert,
!•' F o r t Niagara Band. all of the 14th Infantry.
used In p r e s e n t i n g t h e a d d r e s s e s a n d
Georgia Man Is Acquitted of Charge description of t h e n a t i o n a l capital's
Other recipients of t h e cross a r o : welcome a n d reception of t h e 2 5 - 439 - 3rd St. Modern Funeral Directors Phone 1148
Music for all dances under t h e direc-
tion of Stephen Warsawskl. Horseshoer Alexander R. McMullen,
• Dances directed by tho Misses E c k - Battery D, 2d Field Artillery for
of Peonage on First Ballot.
year-old N e w York to P a r t s flyer t o
ATHENS, Ga.. J u n e 0.—(>P)—Dr. A m e r i c a ' s radio audience of 30,000,-
ert, Mooradlan, Lawrence, Lobugllo, "gallant a n d conspicuous courago" R. King, 000 persons. T h e p r o g r a m will s t a r t
displayed a t Camp Bragg, N. C , on W. plantation former Oglethorpe coun- at 12 noon, t h e t i m e of L l n b e r g h ' s
C&t EMM anuBU^tHuatni
Cerefln. ty owner a n d physician,
August 24, 1930 In
Costumes. Miss Marin LoBugllo. Mrs. sons from probable saving several per- was acquitted by a jury in federal arrival a t W a s h i n g t o n , a n d will close
death by stopping
Jacob Strador, J r . , M r s . Margaret a team of r u n a w a y artillery horses. court here last night on a charge of a t 11 p . m . t h a t n i g h t .
Three o u t s t a n d i n g features will b e
Grlllo. Sergeant Julian N . Stahlschmldt, peonage.
Committee, Mrs. Jacob Strnder, J r . 27th Tank Company, who on May 30, The jury of farmers a n d business b r o a d c a s t In t h e radio t r i b u t e to t h e
pilot—His welcome a n d decoration
and Mrs. K. M. 8prnguo. 1922, a t New York City, gave hla own men deliberated about a n hour a n d a with t h e Distinguished Flying Cross
mm Twenty-eighth U, S. Infantry Band, life to stop a r u n a w a y tank. half, b u t said, after being dismissed,
one bnllot w a s by President Coolldge a t t h e W a s h -
Ensign William P. Shea, 8. C , 2d t h a t only e verdict, tho necessary to ington m o n u m e n t a n d his addresses
W a r r a n t Officer K. V. Sorensen, band-
reach t h time being
leader. Battalion, and Fireman 3rd Class E d - spent In discussion of the "caso before at t h e receptions of t h e N a t i o n a l
ward Monzlcs, 2d Battalion, Naval polling. Press club a n d t h e Minnesota) State
MHItfa, who made a n unsuccessful a t -
HOLD DRIVERS AFTER tempt to save a drowning canoeist In
the Hudson off F o r t
Tho physician specifically w a s society. — - _ ,
W a s h i n g t o n charged with having held a negro, A n o t h e r ' d e c o r a t i o n h a s been a d d -
Point, Now York City, J u n o 10. 1922. Bon Dorsey, In a s t a t e of bondage. ed t o t h e long list of honors to be I
Corporal Frederick Brooks a n d Pri- Tho Indictment w a s returned last heaped upon t h e aviator on his r e -
Ufa vate John Lowell, Company E , 71st December, after d e p a r t m e n t of Justice t u r n h e r e from E u r o p e with t h e
r FATAL COLLISION OF Infantry, for rescuelng a private from a g e n t s had made a n Investigation on a w a r d of t h e Cross of Honor of t h e
drowning a t R o a Hook, near tho s u m - his farm.
mer camp a t Peeksklll. July 24, 1923.
United States F l a g Association F o r -
The physician took tho stand In his m e r - S e c r e t a r y of State Hughes, sen-
with the coming of Niagara Falls Festival of Lights
P r i v a t e Frederick T. Albanus, Com- own defonso yesterday. F o r more ior founder of t h e association, will
pany G„ 7l8t Infantry, for saving two than two h o u r s h e w a s questioned by present t h e crops to Lindbergh w h o
men who had fallen Into tho Hudson attorneys a n d whllo denying that con- Is expecte d t o a t t e n d t h e associa-
ditions of peonago existed on his farm tion's vesper flag services a t t h e c a p -
We Announce an Innovation in
Captain J a m e s MacLamon, Head- or t h a t laborers working for him ital Sunday evening. T h e associa-
Two Porsons Are -Killed and 30 quarter's company, BftvcdInfantry, who wero mistreated, ho admitted whipped was "In recognition hofa hisr dconspicu-
71st that on tion's citation In t e w a said it
Special Drug Store Service
on J u n o 17, 1926, two porsons four occasions ho had
Injured in Crash in New from drowning In t h e Hudson off negroes, a m o n g them Dorsey. ous service to t h e flag t h r o u g h h i s
Ttf!>s Camp SmKh. Nearly fifty witnesses were placed marvelous achievement which w a s
I York City. -• » . • on t h e stAnd during tho trial by t h e emphasized so strongly I n t h o eyes
government to support Its charKe of t h e entiro world t h e hopes, a s -
NEW YORK. J u n o 9 (VP)—Wlth
two persons dead a n d 30 Injured, one
Spectacular Fire that laborers wero held on t h e farm pirations a n d destiny of t h e Ameri-
against their will and that they were can people a s symbolized by t h e flag
mistreated and not paid. of t h e United States."
in Big Oil Plant
critically duo to a collision between
a crowded Fifth avenuo b u s and a
private automobile, pollco today held
both drivers on charges of homicide.
SAN' r E D B O , Calif., J u n e 9 (fl*>—
Tho bus. after striking t h e nuto- A spectacular flro which broke ovit
Beginning with the Night of Thursday, June 9
.-mobile, leaped onto t h e sidewalk a t In tho gas nsrltator of t h e Union OH
Fifth avenuo a n d Sixty-fifth street, coompany refinery between here a n d
YOUR. N E X T CAR. and Continuing Throughout the Summer Season Our Popular
uprooted a tree a n d overturned. Van- Wilmington Inst night, w a s brought
sotiKors riding on t o p wero tossed to under control after raging for almost
the street, and some wero caught u n - two hours.
der the heavy bus, '
Dnmnpe w a s e s t i m a t -
ed In excess Of 1100.000.
113 Falls Sj! Store
J a m e s Brennan, 2R, driver of t h e The fire w a s started by t w o suc-
bus, told police t h e brakoR refused cessive explosions In tho g a s agitator
to hold when he attempted to stop and t h e d a m a g e w a s said to tie
a t tho Intersection a n d this caused principally to t h e costly -machinery
the bus to swerve.
• rear wheel of t h e touring CAT
T h e bus struck In this p a r t of tho plant.
which with Us three occupants, w a s Windows wero blown out of n e a r -
tossed flftren feet and demolished. by shops, b u t nono of t h e employes
Will Renlain Open
Robert Stites. 13. lis driver, arid t h e was Injured.
two other OCCllp.mtS were slight ty Origin of t h o blasts w a s holleved
to have been due to ton rapid feed-
Injurod. Herman KISO w a s slightly ing of the'ncld which Is used In the
hurt. agitation process.
Cries of tho tajurod soon a t t r a c t -
«d a hittre crowd. Five ambulances
were summoned and numerous laxl
cabs were pressed Into . service.
Traffic in Fifth avenue w a s Jnmmcd
Search for Lost
' French Airmen'
There were about forty persons on
tho bus a t tho time of the accident.
The dead a r « Matthew Malumffhy
of New York City and Clydd Bowen, ST. JOHN'S, N. F „ Tune 9 . — t n - T h e
Of Hillings. Mont., both died a t hos- sliver painted nionorv!.\n« Jeann« D'Arc
pitals last nlKht shortly after t h e which IK to sp.\rch for NungGSMr snri
The Same Exceptional Service Will Prevail
scclilcnt. J a m e s A. Brewster . of Coll. missing Kr<>nrh Airmen, circled
New York Is In a critical condition. ovrr din city early t.idsy After bMn*
All t h e Injured nre resident? of New l.iunchod on th» harbor from the Red
» <YOM liner Pllv'a, whleh Axrlvel « t
l s. m. Th« roar of tha m.:t.vr Awakenad
hundreds of eitlx»n».
DAY and NIGHT
After th<> flight th* mennp'an* was
lAkrn to the s i r stn'.lon a t Quidl Vldl
Featuring Every Item A Good Drug Store Sells
Balloting for International President Lske. Major P . Sldn»y Cotton, t h e
at Ostend Mere Formality. PIKM. said that * ay«t*malla aearch
would be flarte.l over NewfoundHni At
OHTEVD. Belgium. J u n e 9. W>— once for th* filer* who took off from
T h e election of officers of t h e Rotary Paris for New York and vanished.
I n t e r n a t i o n a l this morning was a mere
..formality, hs there w a s no opposition
t o the candidacy of A r t h u r Sapp, of CLEE CLUB CONCERT
H u n t i n g t o n , Indiana, a s president,
and to Mr, Chapln, a s treasurer. SplrltnnU and R n m o r o n i Piece* Mel-
T h e r e a r o «dght c a n d i d a t e s for five
A m e r i c a n directorships a n d t h * r o -
lowed hy Ballad*, on Lltt. The Home of Those Ever Popular Double Rich Chocolate Malted Milk«
linlts of t o d a y ' s election will be a n - A concert «nd llterAry program In-
n o u n c e d s t t h e final fesslon of t h o cluding humorous readings, ballad*
R o t a r y convention tomorrow. that have become very popular
K i n g Albert h a s conferred t h e r o m - throughout the nation d u r i n g t h e p«At
HARVEY & CAREY
t n a n d e r ' s c r o s s of t h e order of t h ofew years all favored with several
Crown on H a r r y H . Rogers, r e t i r i n g spiritual*, will be given bv 8hlloh
p r e s i d e n t of R o t a r y International. Baptist Glee club of Buffalo In S t .
O t h e r -distinctions a r e utiderstood t o Mary's auditorium o n F o u r t h street
be in *tor« f o r t h « I m p o r t a n t dele- the evenlntr of .Tune.lfi. T h e proceeds
g a t e s to t h * c o n v e n t i o n a l of Interna- will be devoted to t h * paying off of
tional, In session here, the moi tengc on Fnlori Baptist c h u r c h
A convention hall w a s held at t h e of this city. Miss l „ C. Bishop U d i -
W. | | McDougall
K u r s a a l lust night, a t t e n d e d by t.OOO rector of the club. T h e program la o n * 1019 Main St. Phone 3872
•i . n i i . i i -
htAt m u s t Appeal to all music lovers
and thosa who have enjoyed jiplrltuAla
Canada claims Jo h a v e t h » largest over t h e radio system will h a v e a
t r a d i n g balance p e r head of < w coun- double pleasure In store for t h e m w h e n
Niagara Fall*, N. Y. 113 Falls St. Niagara Falls, N. Y.
ter in t h * world, • ? > « * *•
* listening t o their rendition flrtt hand
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