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      CIVILIAN ORGANIZATIONS
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E The Ballard County Defense Council is Affiliated §
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; Frankfort, Kentucky
i Honorable Keen Johnson, Governor of Kentucky {
Q Chairmen
Q John J. Greenleaf, State Director of
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é BALLARD COUNTY DEFENSE COUNCIL
Q NL P. Shadoan
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f This guido is prepared for the official use of
E the Defense Council of Ballard County and other
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¥ AMERICAN LEGION, BALLARD COUNTY POST #5 (Department of
V Kentucky; National American Legion), e/0 D. W. Reno, “
( Wickliffe. Founded 1951. Commander, O. A. Adams, Wick-
liffe. Adjutant, D. W. Reno, Wickliffe, Telephone 85-R. (
I Terms expire October, 1942.
A Nmnmershipz 137. Qualifications, veteran of World War
' 1 with an honorable discharge.
, Committees: Executive, W. P. Shadoan, Vickliffe.
L, Purpose: Promote peace and goodwill on earth; uphold the i
{ United States Constitution and help build Americanism.
Q Normal Civic Activities: Monetary aid to Orphans Home and
T Veterans Hospital. Cooperating with county Civilian De-
; fense Council. A
Q Defense Activities: Training for Air Raid Kardon Service. ( —
__ Interested in.Auxiliary Police. Registration of members
ig for Civilian Defense. Yes: Registration forms on file
3f in the office of the State Adjutant and National Headquarters.
E Local Publications: None.
I AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, BALLARD COUNTY UNIT #3 (National
3 American Legion Auxiliary), e/o Mrs. Macon Harlan, Barlow.
§ Founded 1958. President, Mrs. Joe Rogers, Barlow. Secretary,
5 Mrs. Macon Harlan, Barlomm Terms expire August, 1942.
A Membership: 50. Qualifications, wife, mother, sister or
J daughter of a veteran of World War 1.
§ Committees: Membership, Mrs, D. V. Reno, Vickliffc; Historian,
A Mrs. Ed. Ivie, Nickliffe; Americanism, Mrs, Zeke Morrison, Ban-
E dana; National Defense, Mrs. O. A. Adams, Mickliffe; Con-
f stitution and By—laws, Mrs. Willis Hinkle, La Center.
ti Purpose: To upheld and defend the United States Constitution,
gy Promote peace and goodwill, Upbuild Americanism.
A. Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates with the American Legion
A and aids in caring for children of deceased veterans.
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, Defense Activities: Engaged in Child Care, Collection of Scrap i
Metals and Other Metals.
Local Publications: None. h
AMERICAN RED CROSS, BALLARD COUNTY (American National Red Cross),
. e/o Mrs. W. A. Page, Barlow. Founded 1913. Chairman, Mrs. W; A.
- Page, Barlow, Telephone 68. Secretary, Miss Frances Cocke, Wick-
_ liffe. Terms indefinite.
. Membership: 200. Qualifications, contributors of one dollar or
over annually.
L Committees: -Knitting, Mrs. Lucy Meriwether, La Center; Home
; Service, Mrs. W. L. Trimble, Wickliffe.
V Purpose: To apply emergency aid in the event of disaster.
’ Normal Civic Activities: Knitting, sewing and heme service. ‘
-5 Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical
{ Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, Family Social Service in Indus-
} trial Areas.
5 Local Publications: None.
A BALLARD COUNTY COMMUNITY PLANNING COUNCIL, e/o Mrs. T. L. Trimble,
i Nickliffe. Founded 1940. President, Mrs. T. L. Trimble, Mickliffe,
§ Telephone 5. Secretary, Miss Mildred Swain, Wickliffe. Terms in—
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* Membership: IO. Qualifications, must reside in Ballard County and
Y serve in civic affairs.
i Committees: None.
i Purpose: To assist various com unity projects operating throughout
L the county.
Q Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with T]P.A. in establishing
y lunch rooms, gardens and canning projects, securing appropriations
f for sewing and library projects and improving public health con-
l ditions.
p Defense Activities: Engaged in Preparation and Serving of Food,
4 Library Service, Collecting Books. Interested in Sewing and r
{ Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Child Care, Discussion Loaders.
I Local Publications: None.
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BALLARD COUNTY FEDERATION OF CLUBS, c/o Nrs. N. L. Trimble,
Wickliffes Founded 1957. President, Mrs. YQ L. Trimble,
Wiekliffe, Telephone 5. Secretary, Mrs. Maurice Hines, La
g Center. Terms expire June, 1942.
Nbmbership: 15. Qualifications, must be a member of a `
federated club.
Committeei: Historic Research, Mrs. P. A. Jones, La Center.
. Purpoie: Coordination of all county federated clubs, including
the discussion of club problems.
Normal Civie_Activities: Marking of historic spots in Kentucky.
g . Defense Activities: Engaged in Research Assistance. Training
· for Discussion Leaderss Interested in Hospital and Clinical
Assistance, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Red
Cross Assistances
J Local Publications: None.
I; BALLARD COUNTY 4-H CLUBS (State and National 4-H Clubs), e/o S. C.
i Bohanan, County Agricultural Agent, Niekliffe. Founded 1920.
E President, Nrso VQ L. Trimble, Nickliffe, Telephone 50 Term ex-
; pires March, 1942. Secretary, Miss Mildred A. Whitlow, Kenil.
Q Term expires March, 1942. Leader S. C. Bohanan, Wickliffe, Tele-
, phone 16. Term indefinite.
1 Nbmbcrship: SOO. Qualifications, rural boys and girls ages 10
i to 2O years.
A County Clubs: Nickliffe, Bandana, Kenil, La Center, Gage.
` Purpose: Education in agriculture and home economics.
J Normal Civic;Aetivities: Cooperates with local farm bureau.
Defense Activities: Interested in Air Raid Warden Service,
Hospital and Clinical Assistance, Sewing and Preparation of
Surgical Dressings, Preparation and Serving of Feed, Child Caro,
Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals, Library Service,
. Collecting Beokso
i Local“Publieatiens: None.
BALLARD COUNTY NUTRITION COUNCIL (State Nutrition Council), q/0
C Miss Maria J. Meshew, Wickliffe. Founded 1941. Chairman, Mrs.
, S. D. Sinnott, Vickliffe, Telephone 91. Secretary, Mrs. Maria A
‘ J. Watts, Wickliffe. Terms indefinite.
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{ Membership: 20. Qualifications, willingness to serve plus
T some knowledge of nutrition or related subjects. _
5 Committees: Nones
j Purpose: To encourage proper preparation and preservation of
, foods and the planting of back yard gardens, etc.
I   Planning public cooking and canning
A demonstrations.
A Defense_Aptivities: Interested in Preparation and Serving of Food.
A lpca1_Publications: None.
j BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, TROOP #61, CHIEF PADUKE COUNCIL (National
{ Council Boy Scouts of America), q/e John C. Miller, Wickliffe•
— Founded 1940. Scoutmaster, John C. Miller, Nickliffe, Telephone ~
A 87. Secretary, Thomas Norris, Wickliffe. Terms indefinite.
“ Membership: 20. Qualifications, boys 12 to 21 years of age able
e to pass test and requirementse
i Committees: Council, Colonel N. P. Shadoan, Nickliffe.
g Purpose: Character and citizenship building.
I Normal Civic Activities: Coeperates with local post of American
; Legion.
j Defense Activities: Training for Collection of Scrap Metals and
? Other Metals. Interested in Collecting Books.
g Lpcal Publications: None.
_ MISSIONARY COUNCIL, FICKLIFFE CHRISTIAN CHURCH (State and National
( Christian Church Council), q/e Mrs. W. A. Mayes, Wickliffe. Founded
1910. President, Mrs. S. D. Sinnott, Wickliffe, Telephone 91. Sec-
i rotary, Mrs. V. A. Mayes, Tiekliffe. Terms expire Juno, 1942.
Membership: 15. Qualifications, ummen willing to contribute time
in advancing the cause.
Committees: Red Cross Sewing, Mrs. W. A. Mayes, Wickliffe.
I Purpose: Furtherance of home and foreign missions under the
auspices of the church.
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J Norma1_Civic_Activities: Com unity social service, aid to the
Red Cross.
· Defense Activities: Engaged in Sewing and Preparation of Sur-
gical Dressings, Red Cross Assistance, Family Social Service in
Industrial Areas.
Local Publications: None.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA, WICKLIFFE CAMP #11515 (National Modern
Woodmen if America), c/0 M. W. Munster, Wickliffe. Founded
1885. Consul, M. W. Munster, Nickliffe. Secretary, Clint Bailey,
i Wickliffe. Terms expire January, 1945.
V Membership: 1lO. Qualifications, males 16 to GO years of age,
» sound of mind and body, 55 Juniors from l to 16 years of age.
Committees: None. _
Purpose: Promotion of civic welfare, assisting needy, mutual
_ cooperation and aid.
A Normal Civic;Actiyities: None reported.
i Defense Activities: Interested in Emergency Repair Service, Am-
bulance Service, Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings.
Local Publications: "Ballard Yeoman".
~ WICKLIFFE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, c/e Mrs. Cue Juott, Wickliffo.
Founded 1955. President, Mrs. James Leo. Secretary, Miss Lula
Mae Roflins. Terms expire June, 1945.
‘ Membership: GO. Qualifications, graduate of Wickliffe High School.
Committees: Board of Control, Mrs. Gladys Rollins, Mrs. Malone Mays,
Clarence Parham, Hrs. Juanita Cage; all of Tickliffo.
I Purpose: Community betterment, civic and religious improvement.
Normal Civic Activities: Cooperates uith Wickliffe P.T.A., Amer-
ican Legion Auxiliary, Woman's Club and Missionary Societies.
Defense Activities: Interested in Red Cross Assistance.
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S WICKLIFFE BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY (Women’s Missionary Union
of Southern and Kentucky Baptist), q/o Mrs. Egbert Rollins,
Wickliffe. Founded 1891. President, Mrs. Paul Rollins, Tick-
liffee Secretary, Mrs. Egbert Rollins, Wickliffe. Terms expire
October, 1942.
Membership: 15. Qualifications, women members of the Baptist
Church¤
Committees: Personal Service, Mrse Martin Sullivan; Mission
Study, Mrs. R. I. Cooke; both of Wickliffe.
Purpose: To further missionary vmrk of the church at home and
abroad. _
Normal Civic Activities: Welfare, Red Cross, Baptist Orphan Home.
A Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Family Social
Service in Industrial Areas. "
. Local Publications: None. _
g WICKLIFFE BOOK CLUB, c/o Mrs. We L. Trimble, Wickliffes Founded 1936.
i President, Mrs. We L. Trimble, Wickliffe, Telephone 5. Secretary,
I Mrs. S. Ce Bohanan, Wickliffe. Terms expire January, 1942.
Z Membership: 12. Qualifications, required to purchase at least one
book per year.
1 Committees: None.
ip Purpose: To inspire good reading among members.
Normal Civic Activities: Donation of books to local library after
members have finished with them.
I Defense Activities; Engaged in Library Service, Collecting Books.
Interested in Research Assistance.
Local Publications: None.
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WICKLIFFE COMMERCIAL CLUB, c/o VQ L. Trimble, Citizens State Bank,
Wickliffe. Founded 1955. President, S. C. Bohanan, Vickliffe,
Telephone 18. Secretary, N. L. Trimble, Wickliffe, Telephone 5o
Terms expire February, 1945.
Membership: 25. Qualifications, business men interested in civic
improvement.
Committees: Cemetery, N} H. Faulkner, Uickliffe.
Purpose: To advance and promote civic interest in Wiokliffe and
community.
Normal Ciyie Activities: Care of cemeteryc
Defense;Apt5vitiee: Interested in Red Cross Assistance.
K Local Publications: None.
WICKLIFFE HOMEMAKERS CLUB (University of Kentucky Extension Ser-
_ vice), c/o Miss Maria J. Meshew, Wickliffe. Founded 1957. Presi- `
dent, Mrs. Hub Copeland, Wickliffe. Secretary, Mrs. D. W. Reno,
Wickliffe. Terms expire August, 1942. Executive Secretary, Miss
Maria J. Meshew, Wickliffe. Term indefinitea
Membership: 54. Qualifications, rural women interested in home
economic problems.
Committees: Clothing, Mrs. Paul Rollins; Project, Mrse Mary L.
Elliot; both of Mickliffe.
Purpose: To demonstrate how to manage a home efficiently and
economically.
Normal Ciyic Activities: None reported.
Defense Activities: Interested in Recreation.
Local Publications: None.
WICKLIFFE PARENT—TEACHER ASSOCIATION (State and National Congresses
of Parents and Teachers), e/o Mrs. Paul Rollins, Wickliffe•
Founded 1955. President, Mrs. Floyd W. Graves, Vickliffe, Telephone
95. Secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Elliott,`Wiokliffe¤ Terms expire May,
1942.
Membership: 20. Qualifications, parent or teacher of child at-
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Mhckliffe Parent-Teacher Association.
Committees: Lunch room and garden, Mrs. S. D. Sinnott, Vickliffe.
4 fuppose: To create a better spirit of cooperation between parents,
teachers and students. _
Nornpi_Civic Activities; Cooperates with F.P.A. in supporting
public school lunch rooms, gardens and canning programs.
Dofen§e_AptivitiEE; Fn§aged_in Preparation and Serving of Food.
Interested in;Auxiliary Fire Frotection, First Aid, Child Care.
Local Publioatipns: None.
A WICKLIFFE WOMAN’S CLUB {General Federation of w¤mcn*s Clubs; 7
Kentucky Federation of Women*s Clubs), q/o Mrs. F} L. Trimble,
Wickliffe. Founded 1899. Frcsidont, Mrs. VL L. Trimble, Tick-
liffe, Telephone 5. Secretary, Mrs. Clyde Filbeck, Tiekliffo,
Telephone 45. Terms expire September, l942.
Membership: 24. Qualifications, must live in the community and
have the approval of members.
Conmdttees: Recreation, Mrs. S. D. Sinnott; International Re-
lations, Mrs. W. L. Trimble; Literature, Mrs. W. B. Maxwell;
Music, Mrs. R. I. Cooke; Kentucky History, Mrs. S. C. Bohanan;
’ Nutrition, Mrs. S. D. Sinnott; all oflfickliffe.
Purpose: Civic welfare, child health, recreation and study.
-Normal Civic Activities: Cooperating with library, crippled
children’s fund, cancer control, student loan fund, penny art
fund and child feeding, also F.T.A. and nutrition council.
Defense Activities: Engaged in Red Cross Assistance, Preparation
and“§§rvin§*of Frod, Entertainment, Recreation, Library Service,
Collecting Books. interested in Auxiliary Fire Protection, Hos-
pital and Clinical Assistance, First Aid, Child Care, Discussion
Leaders.
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WOMAN'S SOCIETY (M THODIST) OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE (Memphis Con-
ference), q/0 Mrso Clyde Filbeck,"Wickliffe. Founded 1914.
President, Mrsq We M} Graves, Wickliffe• Secretary, Mrs. Clyde
Filbeck, Wickliffe, Telephone 45s Terms expire January, l945•
Membership: 270 Qualifications, church women anxious to aid
in the development and support of Christianity»
Committeesz Publicity, Mrs. Clyde Filbeck, Wickliffeg
Purpose: To support Christian work and to improve local church
and civic ccnditionse
Normal Civie_Activities; Social service and cooperating with
other civic groupee
Defense Activities; Engaged in Red Cross Assistance. interested
in Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings, Collection of
Scrap Metals and Other Metalse
Local Publications: None, _
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Air Raid`Warden Service
Ambulance Service
Auxiliary Fire Protection
Auxiliary Police
Child Care
Civilian Aircraft`Warning Service
Collecting Books
Collection of Scrap Metals and Other Metals
Consumer Protection Activities
Discussion Leaders
S Drafting
Emergency Repair Service
Entertainment
Family Social Service in Industrial Areas
First Aid
Hospital and Clinical Assistance ~
Interpreting
Interviewing
Library Service
Motor Corps Service
Operation of Canteens
Preparation and Serving of Food
Public Speaking
Radio Operation and Repair
Recreation
Red Cross Assistance
Research'Assistance
Salvage Demolition Service
Sewing and Preparation of Surgical Dressings
Signal Services
Teaching Amoricanization Classes for Aliens and Others
Teaching Classes in Mechanical Skills Needed in Defense Industries
Teaching Classes of Map Reading and Sketehing
Teaching Literacy Classes for Aliens and Others
Teaching Spanish and Portuguese
Typing and Other Clerical Assistance
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American Legion, Ballard County Post #5, l '
Americanlegion Auxiliary, Ballard County Unit #5, l
American Red Cross, Ballard County Chapter, 2
Ballard County Community Flanning Council, 2 b
Ballard County Federation of Clubs, 5 C
Ballard County 4-H Clubs, 5 ' l
Ballard County Nutrition Council, 5 ' C
Boy Scouts of fmerica, Troop #61, Chief Paduke Council, 4
Missionary Council, Tiickliffe Christian Church, 4 l `
Modern Woodman of America, Tfickliffe Camp ;,Q@ll5l5, 5 y
Wiclcliife Alumni Association, 5 ` y
Wiclcliffo Baptist Missionary Society, 6
l?5icl:lif’f‘e Book Club, 6 ‘ y
l'Iicklii'f’e Commercial Club, 7 y
Wickliffc Homemakers Club, 7 '
Vfickliffe Parent—Teacher Association, 7
Wiclcliffe Woman' s Club, 8
l5Foman's Society (Methodist) of Christian Church, 9
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DEFENSE ACTIVITY, TRAINING OR INTEREST
Explanation of Symbols: A- "Engaged In", B- "Training For", C-
"Interested In". ' ' "
I Numbers following A, B, or C, indicate page entry in Directory.
AIR RAID TJARDEN SERVICE
A American Legion, Ballard County Post #5, B-l; Ballard County 4-H
Club, C¤5. _
AMBULANCE SERVICE  
Modern Woodmen of America, Wickliffe Camp #11515, C-5. I
· AUXILIXRY FIRE PROTECTION
Wickliffe Parent~·'Ieachcr Association, C-7; l"Iicklif‘f'e Y5oman’s y
Club, C·=-8. ' I
.\.UXILIA.RY POLICE I  
American Legion, Ballard County Lost #5, C-].,
CHILD CIE
_ American Legion Auxiliary, Ballard County Unit #5, A-1; Ballard ‘ {
° County Community Planning Council, C-2; Ballard County 4-H Clubs,  
C-··5; ‘IV`icklif‘f`o Parent-Teacher Association, C—7; l”iicklif‘i`e TIoman' s y
Cjxfllb, C"'8• `
T COLLECTING BOOKS ‘
I Ballard County Community Planning; Council, A-2; Ballard County 4-H' I
Clubs, C-5; Boy Scouts of America, Troop #61, Chief Paduke Council, ;
C-4; Wicl»:liff’e Book Club, A··G; Uickliffe ‘.`Ioman's Club, A-8. I
 
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 .¤ American Logion Auxiliary, Bullard County Unit #5, .;-1-; 'Bsllcrd
·  County 4-H Clubs, C·5; Boy Scouts of Amcriccx, Troop #61, Chief
_ PudukoCCouncil, B-4; Womun's Socicty (Mcthodi st) of Christian
C Church, C-9.
`-  DISCUSSION LEADERS
  Bullard County Community Planning Council, C--2; Ballard County
P  Fodorotion of Clubs, B-5; Yficlzliffc IIomun's Club, C-8.
· EIERC-ENCY REPAIR SERVICE
_  Modern llcoclmcn of .`;moricu, l’iicklifi`o Comp #111515, C-5. y
I ENTERTAINMENT
·  Tfickliffc l.fomun’s Club, A-8. ` N `
Z FAIGILY SOCIAL SERV I' ‘E IN IIKDTJSTRZALL RRILLS l
» fumoricsn Rod Cro is, Bullard County Chuptcr, A-2; Missionary
; Council, Wioklifzo Christian Church, A-/l; Tfickliffo Bixptist .
‘ Missionary Socicty, A-6. i
FIRST AID
  Wickliffo`Puront-Touchor Association, C-7; Wickliffo `.Toms.n's l
~ Club, C-8.
·  HOSPITAL AND CLINICMI ISSISTIINCE T
y Bullard County Fodcrrztion of Clubs, C-5} Bullard County 4··H
g Clubs, C-5; Wickliffc Womun's Club, C-8. T
_ LIBRARY SERVICE q
Bullard County Cozmnunity Planning Council, A.-2; Bullard County ‘V
I ’l··-H Clubs, C·=·5; `Nickliffo Boo}: Club, A-6; Wicklifio l’Iomun’s
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  PR.EPA.R&\.T ION AND SERVING OF FOOD
; Ballard County Community Planning Council, l\.—2; Ballard County
  4-H Clubs, C—5; Ballard County Nutrition Council, C-·3; Wickliffc
Q  Parent-Teacher Association, A.-·7; Tiickliffe Woman's Club, Jl-8.
I  RECEATION
  Wiclcliffe Homemakers Club, C-7; Wicl:lif'fo Uoman's Club, A-8.
 '— RBD CROSS IRSSISILITCE
  American Bed Cross,‘Ballard County Chapter, l\.—2; Ballard County ·
*  Federation of Clubs, C··$; Missionary Council, Tfickliffo Christian
E;  Church, A.-»4;; 2`Iicklii`i`c Alumni Association, C-5; T§icl:lif’i`c Baptist l
  Missionary Society, A-6; Tiickliffe Commercial Club, C-7; l`{icl:lif`fe' Y
*  T.'—foman’s Club, A-8; Tu`oman's Society (liethodi st) of Christian Church,
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Z  RESEARCH ASSISTANCE
  Ballard County Federation of Clubs, A-5; `.`iicklif‘f`e Book Club, C-6. »
I SEWING AND PBEPILRIXTIOIE OF SURGICAL DRESSINGS l
al American Red Cross, Ballard County Chapter, A.-2; Ballard County ` .
;  Community Planning Council, C·¥2; Ballard County Federation of Clubs,
I C-5; Ballard County 4-·H Clubs, C-5; ldssionary Council, l.`Ticklif`fc_
C  Christian Church, A-4; l1iodernl.Toodmen of America, Wickliffe Camp
y  #11315, C-5; `{foman's Society (ljcthodist) of Christian Church, C-9.
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