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Ther* will b a baseball game
b ! *.' and this afternoon, beginning
at 3:30 o'clock. at the Navy Field
between the Tampa baseball chaiu-
IHoitr and a home club.
Thta will l*e the first of. a aeries
of three games to be played in
rwnaeetkm with the Cuban eele.
hr at ion.
The following is the tentative
Inie-up of the teams;
Robinson, as
Fernand's ef
C ('astiilo, 2b
M. On is, lb
J. Srhiro, If
Llanget. 3b, manager
A. Feres, e
CuiHar, p
Pediero. p
Key Wml
O Gonzales, rf
J. Hale, 2h
A Acevedo,
W. Cates 3b
Pena, lb
M. Arevedn. ef
A. Fruto. If
P. Carbonell, e
B Griffin, e
Casa, p
Bethel, p
Griffin, p
Announce Complete Program Of
El Grito De Yara Celebration
Beginning Here This Evening
follow' 1 : 0 de Y,r * C<,lebration wi " bin lonirtt.
v V . M.—Concert by Hospitality Band, parade grounds, U. S.
Z**' ,• ?* " ,n - E ntrance on Caroline street. So cars will be ad
iisiti. and tor parking.)
K„ t **.—Car°nati°n Ceremony. Queen, Martha Carbonell;
Adolfo Naranjo. Havana. Lord Mayor. Mayor William H. Ma-
*Y ***•’ Envoys. Hr. Juan R. O’Farrill. president of the
. ‘aii Independence Society. Havana, and Julius F. Stone Jr.. Fior
,, ." crgency Relief Administrator and Acting Administrator for
." Southeastern Region. FERA; Counselors. Eric Smith. Alfred
trn.i letei Rotter. Richard Jahnsen; Chamberlains, Ralph Gunn
TANARUS,“ ■ '"; Guards, Hugh Christie, Adrian Dornbush; Trumpeters,
Rav It u ,h Twins; Court J ster Huff Giifond: Pages. Maids of Honor
to t. Queen. Grace Rivero, Moraima Ochoa, Josephine Übieta,
‘ ” in, Saunders; Ladies of the Court. Ne!a Arno. Anna Louise
t astro. Kom Crusoe, Virginia Perez. Celia Martinez, Consuelo Car
n u , So ita Col*o Barbara Carey, Juanita Mayg, Yolando Mendoza,
* u,,a Ida Kerr, Cecelia Ellsworth, Edith Russell, Nell Rose
Knight Alee Curry; Gentlemen of the Court Joe Atlanta. Douglas
arihv, Ignacio < arboneil, Joe Lopez, Anibai Armayor, Johnnie
1$ tack we!!. Isidore Ro<lriguez, Gilbert Denieritt, Marco Mesa, Joe
rraga, krank Marrero, Henry Perez, Antonio Herce, Joe Cerezo,
rrank fernandez, Rene Alvarez.
Ceremony in Pantomime, except for coronation.
(The bell used for the sounding of the toll cams from one of the
'hips of the U. S. Navy which sank during the Spanish-American
tt ar).
10-2 A. M.—Coronation Ball, Cuban Club.
Wednesday, October lO
0 A. M.—Memorial Exercises. (The delegation of the Cuban
.ndependence Society. ‘T üba” Society, fraternal and social in
anitions. extend a cordial invitation to the people in general and
rivi! and military authorities, the press, patriotic societies and Boy
Scouts to attend these services). Procession starts from the San
( arios Institute passing through Fleming and William streets to the
cemeterj where services will be held before the monument to the
Cuban martyrs and the victims of the Maine. Everett Riva pro
cession marshal.
The Rev. James S. Day, one time chaplain of the Seventh Naval
District in this city, will conduct services at the Maine plot, and the
Rv. Guillermo Perez will conduct services at the Cuban plot; ad
diesse* by Dr. Juan R. O’FarriU and Dr. William R. Warren at the
Cuiian plot, and addresses by Prof. Juan J. Rernos. delegate of the
Cuban Government, and Mayor William H. Malone at the Maine
plot* ('losing address. Judge Jefferson B. Browne.
Hymn* will be sung by the choir of “El Salvador” Methodist
C hunk. Taps will be fired by detachments from the I'. S. Army
&ii Navy forces stationed in Key West, and “taps” will be sounded
by tin* American Legion bugler, bringing to a close “El Grito de
Yara” memorial service.
1 510-4 P. M.—Athletic Events. Basebali game. U. S. Navy Station,
between City Champion Amateur team of Tampa and all-star team of
Key Mst; Ha .* view Park, field meet; Mari Pit (on Roosevelt iJoule
vani i high school swimming meet. (These events to take place
4:45-6:30 P. M.—Memorial Program at San Carlos Institute
Burning. Cuban National Anthem, “Los Bayameses,” by Key West
H<-pitahty Band; Opening Address. Enrique Esquinaldo. president
of San Carlos Institute; Address. Julius F. Stone. Jr.; Selection.
Girts* Hospitality Orchestra; Address. Mayor William H. Malone;
“Son.” by Encan Sextet; Address, Jose Marquez, vice president. San
Carlos Institute; Selection, the Misses Clara Yates, Norma Yates and
Alee Curry, accompanied at the piano by Gus Ayala; Address. State
Senator Arthur Gomez; Selection, Mrs. Rafael Solano, accompanied
at piano by Gus Ayala; Address. Dr. Juan J. Remos. member of
Cuban delegation; Selection. Pablito Esquinaido; Address, by Gen.
Creeencio Cabrero. delegate from the Council of Cuban Veterans, rep
r.renting Cuban Government in the commission sent to this city; Ad
dress. Judge Jefferson B. Browne; Closing Address. Dr. Juan R. O’Far
rill; tableau of king and queen and their court; Star Spangled Ban
ns r, by Key West Hospitality Band.
8-9 P. M.—Gigantic Electrical Parade. Floats of various busi
nesses. Fraternal, Social and Educational Institutions included. Three
prises of $25, sls and $lO for three best floats.
0 P. M. to 1 A- M—fie* Dance, Cuban Club.
The Lopez diamondball team
, added another victory to their
! string of laurels last night at Bay
| view Park by defeating the Sibila
! Stars in a whitewash contest. 11
to 0.
The score by innings follows:
R. H. E.
Sibilas 000 000 000 — 0 712
Lopez .. 214 121 OOx—ll 12 2
Batteries: 11. Garcia and G.!
Garcia. Übieta, Martinez; cj
i Lunn and Ingraham.
Governor’s Safety
Committee Offers
Traffic Warnings
Citizen today pretents an
other of a aeries of “Safety
Hints,” prepared by the Gov
ernor’* Committee on Public
Safety under the direction of
Asher Frank, State Safety di
Safe Driving
Foot travelers make up nearly
j lia'f of the total of those killed
annually in automobile accidents.
Sc metimes it is the pedestrian,
himself, who is at fault. But the
automobile driver must shoulder
most of the blame. It is his
duty to watch out for pedestrians
—to give them the benefit of the
doubt always. Try as w? may to
stop them, pedestrians will step
out from behind parked cars, cross
between intersections, walk on the
wrong side of an open highway
with traffic instead of facing it.
Therefore: Motorists, beware of
the hidden danger; watch out for
(Continued from Page One)
out, Frisch to Collins. Cochrane j
also rolled out. Gehringer " flied j
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Second inning
ST. LOUlS—Collins singled,
i Delancey hit into a double, Owen
*to Gehringer to Greenberg. Or
| satti singled and is thrown out at
second trying to steal. Cochrane
to Gehringer.
j No runs, two hits, no errors.
DETROIT Goslin grounded
, out. Rogell safe at first on
I Durocher’s error. Greenberg went
j out swinging. Owen forced out
Rogell at sscond.
No runs, no hits, one error.
Third Inning
* ST. LOUlS—Durocber fiied out
to center. Dean doubled. Martin
safe on infield hit and stole sec
ond. Rothrock walked. Frisch
doubled with the bases filled,
clearing them, and himself rest
ring on second. Row? relieved
Auker on the mound. Medwick
grounded out. Collins singled on
the first pitch, scoring Frisch. De
lancey doubled bringing Collins
home from first base. Hogsett
tools Rowe’s place in the pitcher’s {
box. Orsatti walked. Durocher.
tenth batter in this inning, singled,
filling the bases for the second
time in the inning. Dean got his
second hit. beating out an infield
hit. and scoring Delancey. Martin
walked, forcing in Orsatti with
another run. Hogsett sent to the
showers. Bridges taking over the
job of stopping the Cardinals’ Jut
ting spree. Rothrock forced Mar
tin at second, retiring the side.
Seven runs, seven hits, no er
DETROIT—Fox fiied out.
Bridges grounded out. Whits fiied
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Fourth Inning
ST. LOUlS—Frisch grounded
out. Medwick fiied out. Collins
singled for the third time. De
lancey forced Collir.s at second.
No runs, one hit, no errors.
DETROIT Cochrane popped
oat. Gehringer singled, first hit
for the Tigers. Goslin fiied out.
Rogell grounded out.
No runs, one hit. no errors.
Fifth Inning
ST. LOUlS—Orsatti fiied out.
Durocher also fiied out. Dean,
with 1.000 batting average in the
game, previously getting two hits,
-went donn swinging.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
DETROIT —Greenberg singled.
Owen fiied out. Fox doubled.
Bridges called out on strikes.
Whit-e grounded out.
No runs, two hits, no errors.
Sixth Inning
ST. LOUlS—Martin singled to
Goslin and he juggled the ball.
Martin going down to second.
Rothrock fiied out. Frisch fiied
out to center. Medwick tripled, J
scoring Martin. Collins singled to
center, scoring Medwick. Collins
went to second on White’s fumble.
This made four singles for Collins
in four consecutive trips to the
plate. Delancey grounded out.
Two runs, three hits, two er
DETROIT Cochrane fiied
out. Gehringer grounded out.
Goslin fouled out.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Seventh Inning
ST. LOUlS—Orsatti fiied out.
Durocher tripled. Dean grounded
out. Martin grounded to Gehring
er who fumbled the ball and
Durocher scored. Martin stole sec
ond. Rothrock doubled, scoring
Martin. Frisch fiied out.
Two runs, two hits, one error.
DETROIT—RogeII popped out.
Greenberg went down swinging.
Owen grounded out.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Eighth Inning
ST. LOUIS —Marberrv pitch
ing. Fuliis. who took Medwick’s !
place when the latter was taken •
from the game, singled. Collins ■
fiied out. Delancey thrown outj
at first. Fuliis at second. Orsatti j
walked. Durocher forced Orsat- j
tL j
No runs, one hit. no errors.
DETROIT—Fox doubled. Walk- j
er Died out. White went out ;
swinging. Cochrane fiied out.
No runs, one hit. no errors. *
Ninth inning
ST. LOUlS—Crowder pitching,
Hayworth catching. Dean lined
out. Martin fouled out. Rothrock :
went out swinging.
No runs, no hits, no errors. J
DETROlT—Gehringer hit to
center. Goslin forced him out at ,
second. Rogell singled. Greenberg:
struck out. Owen forced Goslin at
No runs, two hits, no errors.
WHEREAS, The Legislature of
1933. under the Constitution of 18t,
of the State of Florida, did pass
Eight Joint Resolutions proposing
amendments to the Constitution of
the State of Florida, and the same
were agreed to by a vote of three
fifths of ail the members elected, to
each house; that the votes on said
Joint Resoiutions were entered upon
their reapective Journals, with the
yeas and nays thereon, and they
did determine and direct that the
said Joint Resolutions be submitted
to the electors of the State at th
1 General Election in November. 1934.
GRAY, Secretary of State of the
State of Florida, do hereby give
notice that a
will be held in each county in Flor
ida on Tuesday next succeeding the
first Monday in November, A. D.
1934, the said Tuesday being the
for the ratification or rejection of
the said Joint Resolutions propos
ing amendments to the Constitution
of the State of Florida, vis:
Proponing an Amendment to Article
V of the Constitution of Florida’
Relating to the Judiciary by Add
ing Thereto an Additional Section
to He Known as Section 45 Provid
ing for the Reduction of the Num
ber of Judicial Circuits of this
State and Requiring the Reap
portionment of Such Circuits and
the Judges Thereof.
Hr It Resolved by the Legislature
of the Slate of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Article V of the Constitution of this
State relating to the Judiciary by
adding thereto additional Section
45 as hereinafter set forth, be and
the same is hereby agreed to and
shall be submitted to the qualified
voters of the State of Florida for
ratification or rejection at the next
ensuing general election that is to
say, that an additional Section to
be designated as Section 45 of Ar
ticle V of the Constitution of Flor
ida be adopted to read as follows,
•'Section 45.
(a) There shall be no more than
fifteen judicial circuits of the State
of Florida to be appropriately
designated, numbered and defined
by a suitable law enacted by the
Legislature for that purpose in ac
cordance with the amendment; Pro
vided that no judicial circuit as de
fined by law hereunder shall em
brace less than fifty thousand in
habitants according to the last pre
ceding State or Federal census: and
provided further, that no judicial
circuit existing at the time of the
ratification of this amendment shall I
be affected, altered, or abolished.!
except in the manner provided in
this amendment for carrying the
same into execution, vtor .shall any
existing Circuit Judge or State At
torney be disturbed in the tenure
of his office until the expiration of j
any commission held by him on the I
date this amendment is ratified.
(b) It shall be the duty of the
Legislature at its next regular ses
sion after the amendment shall have
been ratified to pass suitable laws
to carry this amendment into ef
fect, and to make effective the re
apportionment and reduction of
Judicial Circuits and Circuit Judges
hereby contemplated.
(c) There shall be or.e Circuit
Judge to each Judicial Circuit but
additional Circuit Judges for Judi
cial Circuit may be provided for by
law as authorized by Section 43 of
Amended* Article V of this Con
stitution. but the total number of
Circuit Judges apportioned to any
one Judicial Circuit shall not ex
ceed one Circuit Judge for every
fifty thousand inhabitants, or major
fraction thereof, after this amend
ment shall have been put into ef
(and) In Circuits naving more
than one Judge the Legislature may
designate the place of residence of j
any such additional Judge or.
<e> The re-apportionment of'
Circuits and Judges thereof hereby
provided for shall become effective
sixty days after the act providing
for same shali have become a law.”
Approved June (. 1933.
A Joint Resolution Proposing an!
Amendment to Article 10 of the
Constitution of the State of Flor- ;
ida by Adding Thereto an Addi
tional Section to Be Known as
“Section 7” Relating to Home-i
stead and Exemptions,
lie It Resulted by the l.egislatare
of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to,
Article 10 of the Constitution of the.
State of Florida relating to home-1
stead and exemptions, by adding!
thereto an additional Section to be
known as “Section 7” providing that
no assessment for any State or
County- or Municipal taxation shall
be levied' upon the homestead, be
and the same is hereby agreed to
and shall be submitted to the quali
fied electors of the State of Florida
for ratification or rejection in the
general election to 1m held -on the
first Tuesday after fKe. I’irst .Hon
day in November, A. D. 1934. that is
to -say, th*-re shall be added to Ar
ticle 10 of the Constitution of the
Slate of Florida relating to home
stead and exemptions, an additional
Section to be known as "Section 7”
ftl said Article, which shall read as
Section 7. There shall be ex
empted from all taxation, other
than special assessments for bene
fits, to every head of a family who
is a citizen of and resides in the
State of Florida, the homestead as
defined in Article lu of the Con
stitution of the State of Florida up
to the valuation of 35,000.00, pro
vided. however, that the title to
said homestead may be vested in
such head of a family or in his law
■ ful wife residing upon such home -
• stead or in both.
| Approved May 27, 1933.
I A Joint Resolution Proposing the
Amendment of Article XIX of the
Constitution of Florida, Relating
to Prohibition.
He It Itreolved by the Legislatorr
lof the Mate of Florida:
That Article XIX of the Constitu
tion of the State of Florida be, and
j the same is hereby amended so as
! to read as follows:
! Section I. The Board of County
| Commissioners of each County in
the S'ate, not oftener than once In
• every two years, upon the applica-
I tion of one-fourth of the registered
voters of ary County, shall call
i and provide for an election in the
County in which application is
made, to decide whether the sale of
i intoxicating liquors, wines or beer
1 shall be prohibited therein. the
question to be determined by a ma
j jority of those voting at the elec
[ tion railed under this Section,
! which election shall be conducted
in the manner prescribed by law for
I holding general elections. Elections
under this Section shall be held
within sixty days, from the time of
presenting said application, but if
; any such election should thereby
*. take place within sixty days of any
. State or National election, or pri-
mary, It shall be held within sixty,
days after such State or National, i
election, or primary.
Section 2. The Legislature shall
provide by general or special or ,
local legislation laws to carry out
and enforce the provision of this.
Article. All laws relating to in- *
toxicating liquors, wines and beer
which were in effect on December ‘
31. 1913, unless changed by the
Legislature by laws expressly made, j
effective concurrently with this’
amendment, shall as so changed
become effective with this Article ,
and shall so remain until thereafter
changed by the Legislature. The
power of the Legislature to provide
necessary laws to carry out and
enforce this Article shall include
the right to provide for m&nufgc- i
ture or sale by private individuals,
firms and corporations or by the
State or by Counties, Cities or poli
tical subdivisions, or by any govern
mental commission or agency to be
created for that purpose.
Section 3. Until changed by elec
tions called under this Article, the
status of all territory in the State
of Florida as to whether the sale is
permitted, or prohibited shall.be the
same as it was on December 31.
1918. provided that at the General
Election in 1934 or at any time j
within two years after this Articje j
becomes effective the Board of
County Commissioners of any Coun
ty shall, upon the application of i
five per cent of the registered voters <
of the County, call and provide Tor 1
an election to decide whether the]
sale shall he prohibited in such ;
County, said election to be other- j
wise as provided in Article I hereof. .
Section 4. This Article shall be- !
come effective immediately upon its |
adoption and the repeal of Article |
XVIII of the Amendments to the
Constitution of the United States of!
Approved May 8, 1933.
A Joint Resolution Proposing an
Amendment of Section 10 of the
Declaration of Rights of the Con
stitution of the State of Florida
Relating to Grand Juries. Infor
mations. Presentments and Indict
ments of Persons for Capital
Crimes and Otluer Felonies, and
Providing That Judgments and
Sentences of the Court May Be
Made and Entered in Term Time
or in Vacation on Pleas of Guilty
to Felonies, and Dispensing With
the Necessity of Summoning the
Grand Jury Except Upon Order of
a Circuit Judge.
Be It Resolved by the Legislature
of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Section 19 of the Declaration of
Rights of the Constitution of the
State of Florida, relating to Grand
Juries, informations, presentments
and indictments of persons for capi
tal crimes and other felonies, be,
and the same is hereby agreed to,
and shall he submitted to the quali
fied electors of the State of Flor
ida. for ratification or rejection, at
the general election to be held on
the first Tuesday after the first
Monday in November, A. D. 1934.
“Section 10. No person shall be
tried for a capital crime unless on
presentment or indictment by a
grand jury, and no person shall be
tried for other felony unless on
presentment or Indictment by a
grand jury or upon information un
der oath filed by the prosecuting
attorney of the court wherein the
information is filed, except as is
otherwise provided in this Constitu
tion. and except in cases of im
peachment. and in cases in the
militia when in active service in
time of war. or which the State,
with the consent of Congress, may
keep in time of peace. Any person
under such information. present
ment or indictment for any felony
not i-apilal may be arraigned and
may enter a plea in term time or in
vacation, and the judgment and
sentence of the court on a plea of
guilty may be made and entered
either in term time or in vacation.
The Judge of any circuit court is
authorized to dispense with the
summoning, empanelling, and con
vening of the grand jury at any.
term of court by making, entering, j
and filing with the clerk of said
court a written order directing that
no grand jury be summoned at such
term of court, which order of the
Circuit Judge may be made in vaca
tion or term time of said court. The
Legislature shall have power by
general legislation to regulate thei
number of grand jurors to serve j
upon, or constitute, a grand jury j
aud to fix the number of grand!
jurors required to vote for and re-1
turn an indictment or presentment. I
This amendment, upon ratifica
tion as aforesaid, shall take effect j
at midnight on December 31st. 1934.1
without the necessity of legisla-l
Approved June 7, 1933.
XO. FIVE ' v i
A Joint Resolution Proposing to
Amend Section 24 of Article 111
of the Constitution of the State
of Florida, Relating to County
and Municipal Governments.
Be it Resolved ki the legislature
of the State of Florida:
That Section 24 of Article 111 of
the Constitution ©f the State of
Florida riming to county and
municipal governments he and the
same is hereby amended, and as
amended is agreed to and shall be
submitted to the electors of the
Slate of Florida at the General
Election of Representatives to be
held in 19.“!4 for approval or re
jection. Said Section 24 of Article
111. as amended, shall read as fol
Section 24. The Legislature shall
establish an uniform system of
county and municipal government,
which shall be applicable, except in
cases where local or special laws
for counties are provided by the
Legislature that may l*e Inconsis
tent therewith. The Legislature
shall by general law classify cities
and towns according to population,
and shall by general law provided
for their incorporation, govern
ment, jurisdiction, powers, duties
and privileges under such classifica
tions, and no special or local laws
incorporating cities or towns, pro
viding f..r their government, juris-)
diction, powers, duties and pri-t
vilegfe* shall be passed by the Legis
Approved June 6, 1533.
A Joint Resolution Proposing
Amendment to Article |X of th'-
Constitution of the State of Flor
ida Relative to Taxation and Fi
nance. to Be Known as Section 14
I of Article IX.
lie it Krsoivrd by the Legislature
of the Mate of Florida:
That the following amendment to
Article IX of the Constitution of
the State of Florida to be known
as Section 14 of said Article IX, be
and the same is hereby agreed to
and shall be submitted to the elec
tors of the State of Florida at the
General Election to be held on the
first Tuesday after the first Mon
day in November. 1334, for ratifica
tion or rejection:
“Section 14. For a period of fif
teen years from the beginning of
operation, motion picture studios
and plants which shall be estab
lished in this State on or after July
Ist, 1333. including ail lands, build
and chattels utlLzed. In can-
I nection therewith, and *9 raw m-
I terials going into the finished prn
, ducts of such studies and plants, as j
well as the finished products or
j films, shall be exempt from all ad
1 valorem taxation, except that ao ex
emption, which shall become effec- j
I tive by virtue of this Amendment
I shall extend beyond the year 1*43.
The exemption herein authorised
I shall not apply to real estate owned
'by such motion picture studios and
! plants except the real estate oc
■ cupied as the-location required tu
; house such motion picture studios
’ and plants and other buildings in
! cidenlal to the operation of sue"-
: studios and plants, together wtt* I
! such lands as may be required fof
housing officers and employees
! and for w arehouses. laboratories,
cutting rooms, projection rooms.;
storage, trackage, shipping fadli-j
ties, sets and locations
Approved June 7th. 1933.
A Joint Resolution- Proposing an
Amendment to Article VIII of the
! Constitution of the State of Flor
i ida Relative to Cities and Cnpn
! ties
Be It Resolved by the UgWatH*
) ! of the State ef Florida:
That the following Amendment to
; Article VIII of the Constitution of
j the State of Florida relative to
* cities and counties, to be numbered
j Section 8 of said Article VIII. be
J and the same is hereby agreed to (
land shall be submitted to the eiec
i tors of the State at the General
| Election to be held on the first
j Tuesday after the first Monday in
‘ November. A. 1). 1934. for ratiftca
| tion or rejection, to-wit:
I Section 9. The Legislature shall
j have power to establish, alter or
. abolish, a municipal corporation to
be known as the City of Jackson
ville, extending territorily through
out the present limits of Duval
County, in the place of any or all
county, district, municipal and local
governments, boards, bodies and of
ficers. constitutional or statutory,
legislative, executive, judicial, or
administrative, and shall proscribe
the jurisdiction, powers, duties and
functions of such municipal cor
poration, its legislative, executive.-
judicial and atiministrative depart-1
ments and its boards, bodies and of
ficers; to divide the territory in
cluded in such municipality into:
subordinate districts, and to pre
scribe a just and reasonable system |
of taxation for such municipality
and districts; and to fix the liability
of such municipality and districta
Bonded and other indebtedness, ex
isting at the time of the establish
ment of such municipality, shali be
enforceable only against property
therefore taxable therefor. The
Legislature shall, from time to
time, determine what portion of
said municipality is a rural area,
and a homestead in such rural area
shall be limited as if in a city or
town. Such municipality may ex
ercise all the powers of a municipal
corporation and shall also be recog
nized as one of the legal political
divisions of tbe State with the
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' additional powers and daetma Nau
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