Sapulpa Daily Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 43, No. 218, Ed. 1 Friday, May 16, 1958 Page: 1 of 6
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HUTO.. . AL _
::OMA CITY, OKLA.
Fartiy doiuty mild and hum.d
w.th scattered shower-. arm thunder-
showers through riaturday Lhow-
era mainly thi-. fvn.ii,e iiorth per-
tlun. Low tonight 60 High Satur-
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Vwl XL III No »»
I Section, 6 Pages
Saptilpo, Oklohcma, Friday, May 16, 1958
KtinUltuliM In III*
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Daily Except Saturdry^
Civic Leaders Unite In Bond Isiue
By R. P MATTHEWS
Publisher Sopulpa Herald
yesterday attended o "bnehng session n ,h«° h
mi nitration budding to discuss the bu.ld.ng p.ogram with
Superintendent of Schools Noel E Vaughn
Headed by Mrs. C. L DeVore, president of the So-
pulpo P,T.A Counc.1, the lad.es studied
growings ot the proposed new high school ond odd
lions planned tor South Heights, Jefferson and Gor-
tield schools. The method ot financing the building pro
g.om, os recommended by the Boord of Education, was
explained to them by Voughn.
Vaughn also emphas. red that ,n the school txjrjd etec;
lion Tuesday every qualified elector CAN VOTE. .1
‘I- isove, 21 years of age The voter does not have to be
a taxpayer, nor does he hove to be registered -t was pomt-
ed out The bond issue must have approval ot 60 percen
of the votes cast to win
Sapulpons may vote ot either one ot five polling
ulaces They ore located in the School administration
building. South Heights *ch°o1' BL00ie.f T'
school, Jefferson school ond Ook R,<19£ school. Polls
will open ot 7:00 o.m. ond close ot 7:00 p.m.
To o lady, the P.-TA leaders ollered the.r services in
.etting out the vote lor the school bands
Expressing themselves individually on the bond issue
were the following ladies, with quotations horn each
Mr*. C. L. DeVore, Pres., P.T.A. Council: I am
heartily in favor ot more ond improved school facili-
ties toi our children ot today ond tomorrow. Let s vote
YES tor the School bond issue May 20th ."
Mrs. Guy Berry, Jr, Presi.-Elect, Forest Park PTA
"Adequate schools ore a necessity tor our young people
and o major concern to our prospective new Citizens.
Mrs. Clyde Patrick, pres., Jefferson P.T.A.: "I think
we need new schools, not only because the present ones
are so crowded, but for safety reasons. Just becouse the
old schools were good enough for the children. Children
spend a greoter port of their life in the schools, and
therefore I think it is our duty to keep them in the best
Mrs. Leona Garlick, pres , Garfield PTA: "The Garfield
P T A. wishes to go on record as backing the bond issue
for new school buildings and new class rooms, many of
the repairs ond building hove long been needed ond neglected
♦or lock of money. We urge all to join us in turning out to
the polls and vote YES for the bond issue May 20th "
Mrs. Woyne Jomeson, Pres., Washington P.T A.:
“This is on opportunity Sopulpans con't afford to miss.
The education ot our children should be our prime con-
cern. This not only will help our children os for os
their educotion is concerned, but will help from them
as the future leoders of Sopulpa."
Mrs. Jock Lowrer.ee, pres., Jefferson PTA:
who hos been in the old Jefferson building in the past ten
years will agree that the cofetorium is dtsperafely needed
also the odditions ot the South Heights will help alleviate
the crowded conditions at Jefferson '
PARIS iUPi Ttie government
acted with alina-rt frantic haste
today to b--at baok Oca. Charles
de Gaulle* n»*w bid lor pewer.
The nation verged on civil aur in
a tense setting that already has
Premier Pierre Pt’.imlm de-
manded that the National Assem-
bly give hi.n sweeping powers un-
der a three-month state ol emer-
gency "to .save the republic." Bui.
with the possibility the army in
France might join the aimy in
Algeria in rebellion against the
authority o( Pa-is. there was no
guarantee he cxild enlorce the
o'^’eigen v powers if he got thenil. |
A lionib damaged Plliiilln's I
country residence at Hendaye
and two more bombs were found
In the Interior and F'-onomtc I
Ministry buildings in Part- The
MARINE TECHNICAL SERGEANT Charle* D Caldwell, o »*-* IIU ", |
center, son of Mr and Mrs Leslie L Caldwell. Hilton Road wn^et
Sapulpa, is currently serving as service gunnery sergeant with C|f
a recruit troining battalion, Poms Island, S C His duties Strict security precautions were
are to check periodically w.th drill instructors of his com- , in effect, with thousands of extra
pony on platoon advancement A former Sapulpa high school: ^ Armored‘‘unit^wa^alerted
student, he was formerly stationed at Camp Leieune, N C | t0 ,„ove int0 pjns at onC(.
His wife is the former Marguerite Innis of Hmgham, Mass. Reliable sources -aid the Surcte
In Counterfeiting Plot
French Frantically Try
To Stave Off De Gaulle
T4KIS (UP) — The Freneh Natlonale — France's FBI - i The nation was panicky, fear* cracked down on four dl-sldent
National Assembly gave Premier lias picked u;i a nuti.ber of civil- tul of a coup d’etat that would i orsaniaations — the ultra-natlon-
I’ierre Pflimlin's government a ians and ar.-ny officers for "in- overthrow the Fourth Republic ali-t "National Action Front." the
three-month grant of twrenlnc lerrogalion" under p vveri to be and make De Oaui'.e the u jreme j "Young Nation Movement," the
emergency powers today to head formallz.ed in the now emergency leader barked by France's 400.- "French Phalanx Movement" anl
on a new bid for power in i.rn b! 000-mil lan amt) i the "RevoFnlonary Patriot
Charles de Gaulle or a Commu- l>- Gaulle himself was at his Paris was an armed camp, with Party."
nisi uprising. country heme in Colon-dev-v*.- heavily armed trorps putrollinc Orders for Immediate dlwsolu*
Deux-EYIl-.es under the watchful the streets, concentrated around lion of the fotir grou.yi. wtiieb
eyes of a cong/any of cenlurmiv the government bin! 1mg. and Uie, have led many rlghi-trlng' demon*
But In Paris Oaulllst deputy Jean Nutlonal Assembly. Armored regl* stratum^ apt eared thl» morning
Lipkowski indicated the general mi nis were alerted in the suti- in tbe government’.* official Jour-
would not seek a return to power urbs. j nal.
through force. Tremble already was liunrv” France's two greatest allies—
During the debate on PfllmUn's Police 'aid today tln-y found the Untied Slates and Britain—
bill. Luteowikl tiili the de 'illle- two bomb, hidden In two Fretah were 0(>enly alarmed. De Gauile
he had seen De Gaulle this morn
ing Then he electrified Uu- as-
xesrtbly by stating:
' We shall know shortly that tire
general will place himself at
France s service only within tlie
ab.'iilute fraim-work <>l republican
ministry buildings but removed ha- been anti-NATO In the past
them before they exploded The I and his return to power could
■botnibB. one at the Ministry of the .shake that defence organisation to
i lor Amn and Ito other at Ma foundation*,
the Ministry ot F on .me Alfalrs De Gaulle think.* of France in
were di: cussed aboul 6 a m.
The government meanwhile I
terms of power and grandeur and
might be tempted to negotiate dl*
■ Continued on Pave Twot
Starkweather Says Caril
Knifed Maid Tied To Bed
♦ UNCOLN, Neb. iUP) — Cart) said Caril never at any time at-
Fugate. 14. kniied a woman to i tempted to get away from him.
death a .-he lay on a bed with "She never did," he said. "Sha
her hands and feet tied to a bed had a gun all the time. I even
po ,t. a confession read at Charles gave her a gun and told her to
Starkweather's murder trial tndl-
WASHINGTON iUTI-A Secret wa arral ned m Nashville♦
Service official today predicted Wedne day while Smith wa.s taken
further arre u-, in a 14-.tale crack-j for arraignment to Litile Rock. I
Mrs. Poul Stroup, pres., Woodlown P.T.A.: "A long
owoitcd need will be fulfilled with the building of a new
high school. It will relievr the crowded condition of the
rloit rooms ond give our boys ond girls (the adults of
tomorrow) a better opportunity for the future."
down on what was described as a
"hunp" counterfeiting splot. Sime
of tlie bill- had been pa.scied in
The Secret Service said it broke
the ring Wedne-day with the ar-
rest at Nashville, Tenn., airport
of John Wesley Riaclon and Wil-
liam Earl Smith.
The Secret Service -aid Riadon
Youth Is Struck
By Car Early Today
Johnny Kerr. 16-year-old Wash-
ington junior high school student
was struck by an auto at Dewev and
The riiw o;:e: uYed ui' Tt - 'atrs Maple this morning and wa* taken
The statement by the 10-vear-
old mass killer related 10 of the
11 slaying* committed during his
late January rampage with the
. The girl was Indirectly accused
An alt ehurrh picnic will be held Qf Ulp ^ uman r.-n-l. a
I by tin First Church of God Sunday maid In the home of C. l.auer
I noon at the city park In ease of Word, a wealthy Lincoln buslnev.
, rain, it will be held m the churrii gtarkiwetttier’a confession *a!1
oa emeiif j he killed Mr*. Ward with a knife
| ttiruw’n into lier b«<Hc and shot
1 K.ipolpa dlxtrlrt singing will meet Ward to death as he broke lor
at itie kVee Will Baptist mlfslon In] the front door The terrified maid
Oaktmrst Siu.day from 2-4 p m. , taken U|» to a bedroom.
Ark., wnere he uile tedly pus ed
b ,!Us money
When arrested the two men
were said to have had $60,000 in
counterfeit *10. *20. and *50 Fed-
eral Reserve notes in their poses-
Had Passed *23,000
Wave 01 Bicycle
Mrs. Doris Rrgers, pres., OaLridge PTA : "I would like
to see Sapulpa have o new high school building for the fol-
lowing reasons: 1st Our children can do much better work |____
if they are not in crowded rooms 2nd The old high school ,n Sapulpa today a- city police re
building is badly needed tor junior high students 3rd. So- ported two mo e stolen Thur day
pulpo must hove modern equipment to accomplish desired ^t^tw h*
standards in such subjects as science etc."
A wave of bicycle thefts continue'
I six dining tlie part two weeks.
All 1 did was tie her feet and
lien mother* ..f Woodlaan Pack I hands lo Uie bedpost." the state-
128. are urged to turn in names of mmU said ' Her feet were at the
Cubs earning awards lo Harold llin- bottom and her hands were a
dcr* .. phone 3553 by May 19 The^te top She was moaning and
picnic scheduled for tomorrow has 8r°anlng so f P“l *
been postponed until the following h' r h«d rh‘,,‘ 1 wem do^‘
Saturday. Muy 24. ' Caril was upstair* with the
The North Side Chamber of Com- maid. She had my kntle "
and had pa . i about *23 000 in lo Bart'rtt Memorial ho pital suf | m,.r,.P „;l(i Women Auxiliary will] The maid u> found stabbed to
pi iuii\ bills, the Secret s«*rvice Bering from shook niei t jointly tonight at the Anieri- death Siarkweathersald fiat.y he
said Federal agents seized about According to r.ly police, cars all L gion hut at 8 did Mab Mi - Fencl althoii'ih
HHaixHt nbtru nut< beiure they v’ere Jammed almost bumper v- freely adtmtled tne Ward OMf*
bompei .4 hi scene of , • t.' .* Marriage Imw hot been l«- u.
"* ** «■ i*. 1 A.. t. .bulfli f II.. ittue u Inf \J . i I* . w ..... . —.w. _ _
I hospital petiding a -----„ --------- ,
she ran be tried fur fir t degree 1 activities
shoot me with It. It was at the
Ward home and we had on argu-
iContinued on Page Twoi
Park Clean-Up Is
At Jaycee Luncheon
Plan* for tomorrow'* dean up of
city park and an outline of ac-
tivities at the state convention last
aeekend In Miami. Okla . were dl*.
cup-s-d today at the regular meet-
ing of Hapulpa Javcee*.
Cloe Abner, chairman of Cam-
paign. said plan* cull for Jaycee* to
converge on the park with taws,
hummers and all kinds of equip-
ment for getting It In shape for use
as a belter playground for children
this summer Swings will be put up.
trees trimmed, lots of painting and
i verythlng else that needs fixing
will be mended. Tlie project will be
a long term Job with work done
throughout the year at the park.
Ktn Blackburn presented the Jay-
A in, ■ tin- 'a service -‘Her u train hid held up trat!n at ,1,. j t<• J>.tin.*- 1 Huii.'ci and V.u- Curll kitw.itc i now in a ni n *1 witli an account of convention
ruling wnetner ; ....
Mr*. Lemuel Bclk, prc*., Liberty P.T.A.: "Anything
that will improve the Sapulpo school* it worth getting
the bond approved."
Dmiel 112 N Division, and A C
Font r, 315 S Park The b.rycb
thrives a|»pareiitlv work durinR both
daylight nud night l ine, accordm
to police records. Two ol tlie bi
.•yclc have l>e u recovered m out-of
Mrv M A Bennett, pres , High School P T A "Hoving
worked closely with the schoolj for the post 17 years in
P T.A , seivmg us president one year at South Heights, the-uay place-, duriim the tv.,-w. i
two years at Jefferson and two at High Sch«xJ, I liave seen ] pen'xi
a steady growth ol our cFvk.Is and the great need for more
doss rooms "
Mr*. John H. Brodley, prp*., Woodlown R.T.A : "Al
though Woodlown it but indirectly offected by this bond
issue, even a superficial examination of existing con-
ditions will show the ultimote gain to all students, not
only ot Woodlown, but in the whole Sopulpa school sys-
tem. There is a desperate need for the proposed struc*
tures; therefore, these bonds hove my unqualified and
Mrs H L Mullins, pres Washington PTA "New schools
will provide more class rooms and enable our teachers to
give more individual attention "
Mrs. J. Maroutsos, pres., Garfield P.T.A.: "The Gor-
field P.T.A. is behind the school bond issue 100°o. We
urge everyone to vote for fhe bond May 20th. Our boys
and girls of today will be our men ond women of to-
morrow. Let's give them better schools so they will be
better prepared for the future."
aii’J caused lu . es to many per- bu|>
Some til Oklahoma
Bau'rliman - nd the no1*", •••re
padded in In liana. Flonda. Ttn-
ne jf*c. south Carotin ■. Geo- ■ t,
OklalKin.1 l> a Xrkatl ■ . Ki n-
tucky. West Vii .'na l**n i \l-
\-aula. Alabama Colorado and
Np* M«‘x. ■
fli.idon wa arrested after
ai^^n*- oh er- ed ti 'ii bringtn • a
bug stuped with the bn-:us bills
from hi- h1 nr to ’In- a mi rt It
In connection with bicycle-, citv
police cttdtiOlled nlotora.t'. hi lie es
ppiiJl’y careful when approach.n?
children riding bicycle on the load
W.th (tie arrival of .-prlng-lik1 wca
ther and scltool nearly d. oils ed
more and more b.eule riders vx .11
be seen on city streets.
17 Students From
At Okmulgee Tech
Sc Nice, s-nd-nt. Irmn C-eeV counU‘rf<‘U 1 *•"- "
eountv are eoitinulni techmcu
training at Oklahoma State Tech
Okmulgee, by rt-enrolling for thr
summer session, a nor din 3 lo regis
trar Grady Clack.
The summer .scme'i-r began April
30 and wil’ continue un-.il Aucu-t 15
airollnipnt Is open until M v 28
Studcnls from Creek county whr
have re-enrolled for the summe
Held At Ookridge
Tlie pre chixil nartv for o kr !"<
hool wa held Thun lay afternooi
at the hool
Thirtv seveii pre-schoolers and 22
mothers were in attendance.
Mu i -al number, m r- presented
bv the first gradp Speakers werr
Guest Speaker At
Baptist Church To
Be Church Architect
Hi.idon admitted jllcr hi arrest 8 a. in Kerr and a compaii.on , i^i June ., both of Sapulpa
1l1.il he made me bill m ar D m- 1 James C Hall, hli-h school f e>h-
aldson, Tenn.. and tint Smith hid man. started across the busy street
been hL* principal dlstrHjulor. I after leaving a service station neir
Eleven utht-r p« r.-.ons have been the corner. However, police said
arrested kr |xase.s.nr and iu •— Hail reversed himself and stepped
ing ilie.'e note ., the Secret Service back to the curb. But K-rr darted
-mid New a: rests aie ex tecle 1 j through th- heuvy traffic, witnesses
now that the Nashville pha e of told police He was hit by an auto
i the investigation has been com- drlv.n bv Edwin S. Mt-ybourn, 822
The latest tnefts weTe uurinr day | plel€d Terrace Dr
light hours at the homes of H. A gp-ret Sri vice Chief U E Hospital attendants said although
Baughman said the counterfeit ’H«* boy was apparently only suffer-
bllls were "wry good Imitations " mg a case of shock, he was remain-
He .sa.d, "the activities of the plot mr for fmtlu-T oli-ervation lie re-
had i-ri-wn to hut proportion.: ce.ved no cut- or bruise-, in the nus-
Assisting were Monroe
. Na,fei, Bob Ba .nor and Jerry
statement he made to authorities. Robertson.
County HD Women
At Pryor Wednesday
and collages, the club nvmbers con- b*rm. tlv ir horn town4 and courx-
turned to Western lflil lodge on ar'' Ad ms Sapulpa. Ok
the Ft Gibson lake where they ^hema. Auto Mechanic ; Donald I
had been under surveillance for Mrs Katherine Logan and Mrs. De
several days lores N ce. head teacher
Thr line fixation b>-ean la-t N-i- The ehildi n visited the etaxs
vernber when merchants in In- r'-uns and following tins the cue t
dianapo'.:-. unwitlinu'.v accepted were served refreshments in the
Pleasant Spring Gives
City Plenty Of Water
Jo enh R Coleman. Brotherhood
•if Oklahoma prealdmt md church
••dif.'-i- architect, will be truest -peak-
-r at bo h II a m nnd 8 p m. Sun-
1»v services at the F i r -, t Baptist
A popular layman npeiker |(j
throughout tlie firmlliwe't. Cole-1
man is al 0 vu-e pri idt tit of Ihe
rul*, A. 'H imKuril Brotherhood
Active in civil affuir , lie is- cur-
rently ervlug as -a-cr-tary of Ihe
Metropolian C'nmiiiiMcc of Gieiter
I ul a lie heads the 1 u in of Col.
• nan and A'-wx-iutr1. arrhiUs 1
■vh.eh o|e*rale in Oktulioinu, Tcxa-.
Loui lanu, Arkui.su.'.. Mi ouri and I
fl lino is.
The son of a Baptl-t pi in tier,
his father Is pa tor of a church in
feXas Alv.11 W 14* '(Jill. pii-tor of
the First Baptist cliurch urged nil
members to be present to hear Die
were condutii'd on anothtr tour
21 Killed In Crash
Of Pokistan Plone
A total of 85 Creek county Home
Demon'tration club women attend-
ed an educational tour Wednesday
of the Whittaker state orphanage at
Pryor, according lo Mis* Lorcnn
Franklin, county HD agent.
The group left Snptiltn bv chirt-
ered bo- ’ 9 .1 m M rr.inklin , . ,
reported they- fotind rnttaee- where AirUnes Cjnva;rJ h«rt Thur day
the children were housed to be
clean and well k pt. Each child 21
taught to keep himself and sur-
roundings neat At the pre-rnt time
th-re are some 280 children betwe n
HcnditX. Sapul|M. Oklahoma. Ra
do and Television; Harry H Ar-
am' Sapulpa. Ok! hotna. Radii
and TelrvL.on: William E Morri
Sapulpa. Oklahoma. Priming, Lei
terpress; Paul J. Lucito. Sapulpa
Oklahoma. Culinary Trades; Billy ! u' , Novemb r
NEW DELHI (UiP) - Twenty* I F. Johnson. Sapulpa. Oklahoma
om persons, including three Commercial Ari; John Roller
Americans, wore killed in the Mounds, Oklahoma. Auto Meehan*
craMi of a Pakl tan International
WASHINGTON It IM _ The
House Vrnird Services t oiimtlttce
today unalnioii-lv anproced j new
defense reorganization hill.
The cool '.print with rainfall com- cl* r now and, if there arc no morr
ng in Ihe r.rht amounts at the rams, k.dioma -hould lx- clear In
right time ha be n 1 delight to tlv u couple of weeks,
lardenor . and i''s uL o be--n Tlie wat-r veL-eiitinn stand good
a boon to the city water supply. th.s year, he said. Th. i the tec-
Lloyd Carroll pumpstation .tu-n- oil year fur the vei.ciatlon am-
lant. aid he has used water from atioul three-fourth of 1 ixcenti.i
th* cr« k a: th* pump . atio.n -.nc-'”» ter-clwlng" eapubilities will b*
realized Uiis > ar, w.th .is full cf
He aid water wa* just Howln*- fr '. "«t yeT
over the dam a little bit right now W. ker-on said „ numlvr of mun-
"We've got enough water here to 'l0lflc,lals,J
last .. Inn, tin,, before we need t ™ne to the lake to Mudy the
rf ultz of tin water vegetation
WHERE'S THE I IRE? ,!e1 8n.y fr,,m thj lake ,Saho,nal „i;,nti».ig
it wa3 announced officially tod. JACK.sONVILLE, Fla. (UP>- ba,d Incidentally, Wilkerson sa.d the
Two o?hf*r A-merrtns were | Vnltin'^r fireman Ro^*rt L.iMa Ear! Wilk»*r on at T k» Saboma # tuug b rl picked tip with mur
among 17 survivors. I Town end wa fined $25 Th <r ■ «d ,he Wy l*"'el >"11 No wot- pI,. ty K,l0d bas> ,, lvnK ,h(. pii,t
_________ | -lay for s-eed nu In a fire truck <*r fl',w:nK °v.*r tlie nillwav. but two or i^*^ ihe -mall
I Police -aid theie wu-, no fire. L-k- was just even with tlie top. crappit were numerou uroiind liu-
the ages of infancy through high] Credit uiiioils are Increasing Pivt. v. - r iat , but out .■ Uttl way ome
school bcp at the o- phanage amoug employe group* In Uie Unit* I Pro peels it und good on treat- ^ dam lie muu u.. „ catches ul 1 -21. ixjuiid crajipie
After touring the grade -ihojl ed Slate- * uunt ol ..tj^|*e-. , \\..i.er .,ii aid l'.et y Water l vi.e U-ug ma t,'
BABSON PARK, Mass, May 16— Becouse of
cre-o-.ed government expenditures for missiles, etc
,'ich lulk uti.>ut more inflation comirv) If Congress would
accept the recommendations of the Hoover Commission,
there « ild he no need of increasing the tnidget V/e could
-ave enough on unnecessary and wasteful spending to otr-
set uiiy increase in defense outlays. However, as all the
Congressmen are up for re election this year,
there is little chance of fheir making these
STOCKS AS A HEDGI The genero!
feeling is that stocks are the best hedge
against inflation Let us look at the record:
— This talk about inflation started in 1951.
Here is what has happened to eight stocks
since then But many readers will soy that
these are hand picked O K , but let me
__ follow this 1951-1957 list with a more re-
*•!« w luiiM cent one covering twelve other popular stocks
with an average 1957 drop ot 65°/>-7Q0-o.
In fact, the entire stock market declined otx>ut 20°o. Sure*
|y n, n" the stocks below would have been good hedges
aqamst mclahon _______
DECLINES IN VARIOUS WELL KNOWN STOCKS 1951-1957
High Date Low Dote Decline
8314 Oct ‘51 17* * Dec. ‘57 79%
50'1 Mor. ‘56 23'4 Dec. ‘57 54
28 June 51 6*4 Dec. ‘57 77
35' • Jon. '52 9’* Dec. '57 77
25*4 Feb. '53 5Vt Jan. ‘57 80
447 i June '55 14»/» Dec. '57 68
73*i Feb. '51 33*4 Dec. '57 54
49 July '55 18’ * Oct. '57 63
New Jersey Zinc
Texas Gulf Sulphur
United Air Lines
h* ttadii of ditty dithx in tha
kilthvn rhit inatnir.yl"
DECLINES IN OTHER STOCKS DURING 1957 ONLY
Chi. & No. Wn. Ry.
Del. & l ickawanna R.R.
Jefferson Lake Sulphur
Mo.-Kon. Tex. R.R.
United Dye & Chemical
U S. Hoffman Mchy.
Von Norman Industries
White Sewing Machine
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