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Business: 814 E. 152nd St.
Phone Glenville 4383
News: 15G32 Euclid Ave.
Suite 311
The old, familiar lighted Christ
mas design is glowing once again
from the Euclid ave. side of Shaw
High School. This is the first time
this decorating, which includes the
message “Shaw High Greets You”
has been up since outdoor lighting
.Was banned during World War 11.
The Shaw Student Council de
cided that it would be a good thing
to see the tree outline lighting
once again, and therefore volun
teered their services in helping in
stall the lights. Serving in this
capacity were Allan Lynn, Dave
Trump, Bob Gibson, Bob Mears,
Dave Baumgartner, Bill Campbell,
Duane Gerasimos, Bart DiLiddo,
Ted Tsevdos and Dick Baumgart
ner, who aided the Board of Edu
cation’s electrician, Mr. Roy Nolff
in assembling and mounting the
display.
Based on the meter tally made
Sunday and Monday, more than
16,000 automobiles have made up
■sthe processions which have slowly
dniven through the grounds at
Nela Park to view the General
Electric Co’s, lamp works first out
door Christmas display since 1941.
A gigantic tree, 60 feet high and
28 feet wide, is the center of at
traction, among the dozens of trees
on the beautiful grounds, all shin
ing forth with many, many lights.
The display burst into beauty
at 7:15 p. m. last Friday as Miss
June Mathews, a Nela Park em
ployee, waved a fluorescent wand
illuminated with a high-frequency
radiation. The preview was preced
ed by a cocktail party for lamp de
partment employees and their fami
lies and guests. Christmas carols
were sung by the Nela Choral Club,
directed by Fran Kolda of the com
pany’s Cleveland Equipment Works.
Kenneth G. Reider, lamp depart
ment manager in a brief talk re
vealed that the huge tree symbo
lizes America’s stamina and will
to carry on. Monsignor Thomas V.
Shannon of the neighboring Christ
the King Catholic Church gave the
invocation as L. C. Kent, in charge
of Nela Park Lighting Institute,
served as master of ceremonies.
Motorists are asked to enter the
grounds through the Nela-Terrace
road gate and leave through the
west gate onto Noble rd.
Within the grounds GE guards
are directing traffic, while the City
of East Cleveland’s police depart
ment are having from six to eight
traffic guards on duty nightly to
direct traffic entering and leaving
the grounds.
From the East Cleveland Picnic
Committee comes an unexpected
request. They are asking every
one to please help keep the two
trees which the Committee has
given to the city again this Christ
Bias, things of beauty. “Please don’t
remove the bulbs or other decora
tions” they ask. Surprising isn’t it,
when the trees add their Christmas
touch to Euclid-Superior and Hay
den-Shaw intersections?
One natural tree in the dining
room at Huron Road Hospital is
the limit of trees this year, as
the hospital follow’s the newest re
gulations relative to use of trees in
public buildings. However, there
will be W’reaths a plenty and a
poinsettia will bloom at the desk on
each floor. All wreaths and holiday
decorations are being dipped in a
fluid recommended by Fire Chief
Fred Steffens. Outdoors, the ever
greens on the lawns will be light
ed. Spot lights will illuminate the
indoor tree.
Carol singers will sing at the
hospital Sunday.
Apex Electric Honors
25-Year Employees
Among the twelve veteran em
ployees of the Apex Manufactur
ing Company to be honored at the
fifth banquet of the Apex Loyal
Service Club was Casper Meder,
16027 Neladale ave.
Mr. Meder’s first duties at
Apex were in the plant and he
had progressed until he now holds
the position of Production Plan
ning Supervisor.
Mrs. Grover Snyder, active
community and club worker, is
looking with regret to December
16th. That is the day on which
she will finish her duties as a
member of the Grand Jury of
Cuyahoga County which has been
ierving from September 16th.
“This has been one of the most
interesting and challenging civic
services I have experienced, and
I am truly sorry that it is ended”
said Mrs. Snyder who now adds
membership in the Grand Jury
Association to her already long
list of community affiliations.
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Christmas is welcomed at the
YWCA center in many ways and
here Mrs. Barbara Becker, Miss
Barbara Brust and Miss Joan
Nelaus *have fun while decorating
the Y’ Christmas tree to add to
the gaiety of the season. The
decorating of the YW house this
year is in charge of the millinery
and bridge classes.
Added to the general holiday fes
tivities in East Cleveland is the
annual Christmas Party at the
YWCA Center, Monday evening,
Parking Ticket
72 Hours Old
To Cost Double
It’s going to be money out of the
pocket of the motorist who fails
to pay an East Cleveland parking
ticket fine within 72 hours. This
new ruling becomes effective Jan
uary 1st.
The City Comission Tuesday
night Jumped the usual $1 parking
fine to $2 if it is not paid within
the 72-hour limit. Up to this time
the original $1 parking violation
cost could be paid anytime—and in
too many instances this has drag
ged out into a period of many
weeks before the motorist got
around to paying off.
Checks will be accepted. They
can be mailed to the City Hall,
It was also reported that an
entirely new set-up for the hand
ling and expediting of traffic vio
lation business is being set up and
will be ready by the first of the
year.
Mrs. Santa Claus
Yuletime Jump
Canteen Guest
As far as announced, the only
visit which Mrs. Santa Claus will
make in East Cleveland this year
will be this coming Saturday night
when she will accompany her jolly
husband for a peep at the Red and
Black Rendezvous Yuletime Yump.
The North Polers will arrive when
the festivities reach their height.
The happy affair, which will be
attended by many college folk
home for the holidays, will be held
in Kirk Junior High School. Bar
bara Greenland and Joan Brandt
head the decorating committee and
promise a lovely Christmas Tree
as the center of attraction.
It’s a date for the Shaw can
teen crowd—and everyone will be
there.
Serving On Grand Jury "Thrilling
Experience" Says Mrs. Grover Snyder
Holder of award certificates
for service in the Community
Chest, Women’s Bond Sales and
OSU service, not to mention just
a few, Mrs. Snyder is active in
the Federation of Women’s Clubs
where her committee assignments
are usually along civic service.
Quick to take advantage, the Fed
eration has already assigned Mrs.
Snyder as their representative
on the Grand Jury Association.
Today Mrs. Snyder is attending
a dinner which retiring Grand
Jury Foreman Samuel Deutsch is
giving for the current Grand
Jury members at Hotel Carter.

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December 19th, to w’hich the pub
lic is invited.
Chairman of the committee in
charge of this event is Mrs. Fred
Schwendeman who announces that
among the special attractions will
be a display of Christmas decora
tions for the tree and home and
holiday gift wrappings. These will
be in charge of Mrs. J. A. Sneller
assisted by Mrs. Erwin Ahrens
and Mrs. David Bremner. There
will also be samples of work done
in the millinery, ceramics and
needlework classes held in the Eu
clid “Ladies’ Day Out”.
The Shaw Y-Teen Friendship
Club Choir, directed by one of its
members, Janet Sampson, will pre
sent the following program of
carols: “Bring a Torch, Jeanette
'Isabella” “Oh Holy Night” “Go
Tell it on the Mountain” find
“Westminster Carol” and will lead
the guests in group singing.
One of the pleasant things about
Christmas is the opportunity to
hear again our favorite songs and
stories, and the committee is glad
to announce that Mrs. Robert L.
Queisser, Jr. has volunteered to
give a reading of the well loved
“Bird’s Christmas Carol.”
Refreshments will be in charge
of the following hostesses: Mrs.
C. A. Dauber, a member of the
Teen-Age Committee of the East
Side YWCA Mrs. Morris Backer
Mrs. Earle C. Hochwald Mrs.
Robert Humphrey Mrs. T. W.
Kinnear Mrs. E. E. Lehmann Mrs.
E. J. Olsen Mrs. J. F. Rutland
Mrs. Thomas Smith and Mrs. Irv
ing Van Horn.
New classes to begin after the
first of the year will be announced
by staff members of the Center:
Miss Hazel Yonekura who directs
Adult Activities Mrs. Betty Jane
Finney, director of Health Edu
cation and Mrs. Marjorie J. Mil
ler, director of Teen Age Program.
There will be a registration desk
so that any who wish to do so
may enroll for classes.
Camp Fire Girls
Still Need Toys
•Clothing aplenty, and the treas
ury will meet the expenditure for
the Christmas dinner, but toys are
still needed by the Mi-He-So Camp
Fire girls for the family they have
adopted for Christmas. There is a
little girl, 6 a boy, 5 and the baby,
a boy just a year old. Call LI.
7957 if you have a good suitable toy
that could be tucked in with the
clothing in this family’s Christ
mas basket.
Loses School Pin
While shopping in the Euclid
Lee market, a graduate of Huron
Road Hospital School for Nurses
lost her coin purse. In her search
she found a few items that had
been in the purse, but missing was
her graduation pin. Will the finder
please either bring the pin to the
hospital or contact the owner,
whose name is on the back of the
pin. Thanks a lot.
Guest Pastor
Dr. W. J. MacLeod who is as
sociated with Baldwin Wallace Col
lege in its Department of Philoso
phy, will speak at the morning
service in Windermere Presby
terian church Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Dr. MacLeod has been the guest
speaker several times this fall and
early winter.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard
A. Macey, 1312 East 134th st., a
girl, Janet Carol, Dec. 2nd.
Published in Conjunction with The SCOOP in Northeast Cleveland and The News-Journal in Euclid
Christmas At
Caledonia Is
A Happy Tunc
On Friday, December 10th,' the
1-A pupils of Miss Ruth Collier’s
room invited their mothers and
fathers to a play, “Santa’s Toy
Shop”. At the close of the program
each child in the group read a
part of a story telling about toys.
All but two of the children’s par
ents were present during the after
noon.
Since Christmas time is “giving
time” the boys and girls last week
brought toys in good condition to
be used as individual gifts for boys
and girls six to sixteen years of
age at the Jones Home on West
25th st.
The Junior Red Cross, to which
every boy and girl in the school
belongs, has for its same Christ
mas project the sending of fresh
fruit to this same home so all this
week and next week until vacation
begins the pupils will bring their
fresh fruit donation to school.
Each room seems to have a very
festive appearance and bulletin
boards in each hallway display
posters and other Art work the
children have made. Visitors to
the school will also enjoy the two
large Christmas trees that stand
in the halls.
On Tuesday, December 13th. Mrs.
William Taylor of the Hilltop
Garden Club displayed Christmas
gifts to the pupils of the 4th, 5th
and 6th grades. Any of the gifts
on display could be made at home
by children for their parents and
friends.
On Friday, December 16th, the
kindergarten pupils will present
their program in the kindergarten
room at both the morning and
afternoon sessions for their par
ents, younger brothers and sisters
and friends.
Then on Tuesday, December 20th
at 2:00 o’clock the annual Christ
mas Carol program by the whole
school will be presented for the en
joyment of parents and friends.
Because this school has no audi
torium, the same impressive carol
service has been held from year
I to. year in the hallways until it
1 has become traditional. The pro
gram to be presented is as fol
lows:
Christmas Fantasy Orchestra,
Mr. Niergarth, Director.
Processional—3rd, 4th and 5th
grades.
Christmas Story and Carols—by
the separate grades.
Silent Night—All.
Recessional—All.
Want The Same Tag
Number? Here Is How
Motorists who desire the same
number on the 1950 license plate
as they have now, must follow a
new procedure to obtain it. They
must apply to the Motor Vehicle
Bureau in Columbus and it will
cost them an added dollar.
This ruling does not apply to
motorists who secure their plates
through the Cleveland AAA. The
AAA reports they will continue to
service with their A A to AZ serv
ice, as usual.
All license numbers up to 100
are to be held in Columbus. They
will not be obtainable locally. All
numbers from 101 to 99 must also
be secured through the Columbus
office.
Motorists whose numbers fall
into this category, or ■who desire
the same number they had last
year, should apply to Frank M.
Quinn, Registrar of Motor Vehicles,
Columbus, Ohio. They will receive
a form to be filled in and returned.
It would be well to attend to
this promptly.
Lumber Company
Loses To Gunman
“Where do you keep the money?”
a stranger asked Miss Lena Rains
berger as she stepped, up to him
at the East Cleveland Lumber Co.,
1702 Shaw ave., a little after
noon Friday, December 10th.
“In the safe” she replied.
Let’s go get it” said the stranger.
They did and the man the police
are looking for walked out with
about $75. As he left he pulled a
gun partially out of his pocket
with a warning he would shoot if
any attempt was made to call
the police.
Two thefts were also reported
during the past week.
The cafe at 1574 Hayden ave.
was robbed of $164.24 after clos
ing time the morning of December
8th and before the place was
opened that day. It is believed the
robber hid in the store and then
took the cash and left after the
cafe had been closed for the night.
Using a chair to get over a
partial partition at the Fisher
Heating Co., an unidentified per
son got about $200 from an office
room during the lunch hour De
cember 7th. The chair was found
standing against the partition when
employees returned from lunch.
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Named To City's
Library Board
Russell H. Reeves, news editor
of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, was
on Monday night appointed to the
board of trustees of East Cleveland
Public Library to fill out the un
expired term of the board’s late
president, Philo B. Rhoades. The
appointment, made by the East
Cleveland Board of Education upon
the recommendation of the library
board, continues to November,
1942.
A native Clevelander, Mr. Reeves
is a graduate of Ohio State Uni
versity and has been with the Plain
Dealer for 22 years. He is a mem
ber of Sigma Delta Chi, journalism
honorary fraternity, and of the
Phillips Avenue Presbyterian
Church. z
East Clevelanders for the past
thirteen years, Mr. and Mrs.
Reeves and their three sons, Roger,
who attends Case Institute of Tech
nology, Bruce, a Shaw High School
student, and Tommy, attending
Rozelle Elementary School, reside
at 12719 Speedway Overlook.
Offer Basketball
Clinic For Class
League Teams
Final arrangements are now be
ing made in the organization of
a Class Basketball League which
will be sponsored by the East
Cleveland Exchange Club under the
supervision of the East Cleveland
YMCA. In order to qualify for
participation in this league a boy
must be between the ages of 12
14 inclusive,'must not be a mem
ber of any other organized team
and must be a resident of East
Cleveland. All games will be played
in the Shaw gym on Saturday
afternoons from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
A basketball clinic is now being
planned and will be held at Shaw
gym on Saturday, December 17th
at 3:30 p.m. The clinic will be
supervised and conducted by Roy
Wisecup, Shaw High School bas
ketball coach Bill Markel, physical
director of the East Cleveland
YMCA and Bob Keefer. East Cleve
land sports writer. Members of the
Shaw varsity squad will demon
strate various phases of the game
which will include basic fundamen
tals such as shooting, passing and
dribbling zone and man-for-man
defenses and rules of the game
which particularly effect the play
ers.
The league will open on Satur
day, January 6th and it is probable
that at least six teams will be en
tered. Two rounds will be played
with the winner of each round
meeting in mid-March for the East
Cleveland Class title. Individual
medals will be awarded to members
of the winning team. To date, four
teams have already become defi
nite entries and several boys with
no present team affiliation have
already signed up. Any boy who
meets the above qualifications and
who is interested in becoming a
member of an organized basketball
league should sign up at the Y
house, 1819 Lee Road before De
cember 17th.
The entire Shaw High var
sity basketball squad has volun
teered to serve as coaches for the
teams with two boys being assigned
to each team. Lettered and num
bered jerseys will be distributed
to the teams and the rosters and
coaching assignments and other de
tails will be decided at Saturday’s
clinic.
Basketball is a fine game for
building character and developing
athletic prowess so come on fellas,
sign up now. The boys in this
league will be future members of
the Kirk and Shaw varsity squads.
Here is an excellent opportunity for
the basketball newcomer to learn
the game from the ground up under
qualified supervision.
Held Open House
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. Over
field, 13410 Third ave. are holding
open house Christmas Eve. from
9:30 to midnight, in honor of their
son, Hubert and wife Pauline, who
will be spending the holidays with
them. Friends and neighbors in
vited. Come and greet them.
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Special Holiday
Mailing Dates
Postmaster Guy R. Lucas an
nounced that two extra days are
being allowed Greater Cleve
landers to take care of their
Christmas mailing.
The Main Post Office and all
stations and branches in resi
dential sections will be open for
selling stamps, rating parcels,
letters and greeting cards, Satur
day, December 17, from 7:30
a. m. to 6:00 p. m.. and Sunday
December 18, from 10:00 a. m.
to 6:00 p. m.
The Postmaster warned once
again that the rate for printed
unsealed greeting cards has been
increased from l’/i cents to 2
cents. The rate for sealed greet
ings is 3 cents.
City s Shopping
Sees Cost Drop
Routine business that always
comes along at this time of the
year, took up most of the time at
the City Commission session Tues
day night. It’s a case of squaring
off this year and getting started
for the next.
In a long list of bids of routine
needs of the city for IDSO, includ
ing items from gasoline, sand and
salt, to fire hydrants and traffic
lights, as read by Finance Director
G. T. Apthorp, there was noted a
slight decrease in the cost of a
number of items. When asked
about this, Mr. Apthorp expressed
the opinion that, this was due to
competition, rather than to Actual
decreases in current prices.
The city uses about $11,000 worth
of gasoline a year. The contract
at 17.7c goes to Pocohantas Oil Co.
City Service gets the kerosene bid
at 13.5c per gallon, and a new
Chevrolet station wagon will be
purchased for $2,000, which is $100
less than that company's 1948 bid.
The city maintains the policy of
replacing tires on all fire equip
ment annually. The old tires are
transferred to service equipment.
Goodrich Rubber Co. gets this bid
on a $36.03 per tire and $3.77 per
tube rate. Twelve tires and tubes
will be purchased.
Harry Windsor was re-appointed
as a member of the Sinking Fund
Trustees for a four-year term, and
David Brooks was re-appointed to
the Civil Service Commission for
a six-year term.
Ordinances hiked the fee for skee
ball and shuffle board games from
$5 to $10 a year strengthened the
city’s legislation on sanitary regu
lations by requiring the steriliza
tion of all utensils and containers
used in public eating places and
increased the fees required in the
moving of a building within the
city.
On December 27th there will be
held a public hearing on the 1950
budget, based on the estimate as
presented by the City Manager,
Chas. A..Carran. It calls for an
estimated $751,945 for general op
erating fund. No increases are in
cluded for salary adjustments.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert
J. Sping, 14205 Strathmore, a girl,
Karen Ann, Dec. 2nd.
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Friendship Girls of Shaw High
School should always be properly
attired for the occasion. Just what
to wear when was shown at a
style show held by the YWCA
sponsored club and demonstrating
were these lovely models.
Rcad’ng, left to right: Barbara
Nussell wears an acqua taffeta
formal with black lace while the
“IFe hear 'the Christmas angels
the great glad tidings tell
O come to us, abide with us, our
Lord EmmanucL*.
Its Christmas again. Everywhere
the glad tidings of the holy season
of the Christchild’s birth are heard.
Christmas is in the air, its seen in
the lovely decorations everywhere,
in the hurry of the people on
streets and in stores it shines in
the eyes of children.
But in the churches the message
of Christmas reachs a high note
in a varied order of services. Be
cause Christmas this year falls on
a Sunday, so that «iay as well as
tl’is coming Sunday, December
18th, is being given over to Christ
mas sermons and music. This Sun
day the majority of observances
are for the children with vesper
being the popular hour for the
progi ams.
Announced are the following
services which include the tradi
tional Service of Lights at Win
dermere Methodist Church, School
participations and others, to all of
which the public is invited to joint
Go Star Gazing
Do some star-gazing this
month and you will note that
Jupiter and Venus are close to
one another. The brilliance of
these two stars in proximity is
often thought to be the light
seen by the Shepherds and Wise
Men as the Star of Bethlehem.
Many people use Venus as their
Star of Bethlehem because of
its brilliant presence in Decem
ber sky. The East Cleveland
Congregational Church.
it's Busy Time
But Ccntestanls
Send In Entries
It’s surprising the large number
i of entries which are coming in on
the Kiwanis Club’s “Why I Go To
Church” contest which closes with
midnight, Sunday, the 19th.
A pre-view of the entries reveals
a widely diversified approach but
all with a single goal and the
judges are going to be plenty busy
before coming to a conclusion.
There is still time to enter your
answer in 50 words or less added
to the sentence starting out w’ith
‘I go to church because ..Blanks
are available at all churches, the
YMCA, 1819 Lee rd. the YWCA,
Euclid at Wymore. So get yours
and give an expression to your
reason for attending church.
Remember, the winning entries
gain shared prize, divided be
tween the winner and the church
he has designated on his entry
blank.
Hop For Teenagers
A holiday dance will be held at
St. Paul's Episcopal Church. 15837
Euclid ave., Wednesday, December
21 from 8 p. m. until midnight.
Special prizes will be awarded,
and teen-agers are especially in
vited.
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by Joanne Becker has two Christ
mas corsages to tie in with the
Christmas season. Shirley Mowles
shows a basic frock. This one is
red w’ool and with it Miss Mowles
wears a snug hat and gloves, both
in white. Gloria Rondini is model
ing a green winter coat with a be
coming collar in grey fur. All
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Bidh Of Christ HcrafJed
It is more
blessed to give
than to receive
in celebration of the birthday of
the Christchild.
A Christmas Candle Light Ves
per Service of Carols will be held
at the Phillips Avenue Presbyteri
an Church, Phillips ave. and East
125th st.. Sunday, December 18,
at 4:30 o'clock.
Carol singing will be led by the
Choir, under direction of Miss
Louise Cleaveland and the newly
formed Junior-Girls Choir, direct
ed by Miss Cleaveland, will make
their initial appearance at this
service. The Rev. Dudley F. Up
hoff, pastor, will give a Christmas
meditation.
Service at The Church
of the Holy City
Adding cheer and goodwill to
an already happy and harmonious
community, the Alphas, a young
peoples’ sorority of the Church of
the Holy City, 12600 Euclid ave.,
is sponsoring a religious program
during Christmas week.
The church will be open for
prayer and meditation December
19th through December 24th from
5 to 7 p. m.
Organ music will be broadcast on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
of that week with Mr. Arthur
Kuhl of Lakewood as the guest or
ganist.
A special service is scheduled for
Friday, December 23rd at 7:30
p. m. culminating in a candle
lighting service. Miss Fay Poner of
East Cleveland will be at the harp
as guest soloist. All are welcome.
East Cleveland
Congregational Church
At four o’clock. Sunday, Decem
ber 18th, the East Cleveland Con
gregational Church school will pre
sent a Christmas Vesper Service.
The service will include a dedica
tion of the “Plant A Tree in Gali
lee” project and a demonstration
by the Fifth and Sixth Grade boys
of the home worsv,J S Vy
have made th'. 1|
[Their will also be an informal con
versation during which the chil
dren will discuss the topic “Why
We Celebrate Jesus’ Birthday.”
Carol siuging will intexpci»e the
hour.
Children's Festival
At St. Paul’s
Next Sunday in St. Paul's Epis
copal Church, 15837 Euclid ave.,
there will be observed at 3:30
o'clock the annual Children’s Fes
tival. The children will conduct a
worship service in the sanctuary
and then will adjourn to the Par
ish House where they will be join
ed by their parents for a Christmas
party. At this time the Juniors will
start on a carroling trek which will
take them far and wide, to the
homes of their shut-ins and others,
bringing the message of Christmas
through their carol singing.
Sunday evening, December 18th
at 7:00 the Children's Christmas
Program of Trinity United Breth
ren Church, Hayden at Alder ave.,
will be given. Parents and friends
of the children are most welcome
to join in the lovely program.
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ready for bed is Mary Beth Malpas
in a cozy red flannel gown, truly
an appealing sleepy time dress on
cold winter nights. The gabardine
wool suit modeled by Sylvia Green
is in dark brown with matching
hat and white gloves. Miss Green
was the narrator for the show helcl
lasl Wednesday.

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