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Salem, Oregon, Saturday, April 27, 195?
Boy Bitten Harvey Davis, 7,
453 Shipping St., was bitten on the
back and the neck by a dog about
6:45 p.m., Friday, city first aid
- men reported. The lad and another
boy had entered a yard and were
playing with the tied-up animal
when it bit him, aidmcn said. The
wounds were minor, they said.
Thief Fined Vcrnice Hollings
worth, Lubkin, Tex., was sentenced
tn 10 days in jail Friday after
pleading guilty in Marion County
D'slrict court to stealing a bottle
of wine from the Safeway grocery
store at Front and Court Streets.
F ire Alarm City firemen were
called to the 300 block of State
Street about 2 p.m. Friday when
accumulated trash under a venti
lation grate caught fire. There was
no damage, they said.
Boys Returned Three runaway
boys from Corvallis were appre
hended by Salem police Friday
and turned over to their parents.
Their ages were given as 14 and
Alumni Meet Set Marion Coun
tv alumni of the Oregon College
of Education will meet at the
Methodist Church at Turner at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Newsboies Stolen The theft of
five newspaper delivery boxes from
along Fletcher and Van Cleave
Roads was reported to the Marion
County Sheriff's office by E. W.
.Crothers, 1125 Fisk St., motor
route carrier for that area.
The Senate passed and sent to
the Governor Friday a bill to per
mit counties under 50,000 popula-
1 tion to spend up to $50,000 a year
i each year for flood control d
J' water conservation.
The bill is sponsored by the
Douglas County delegation,
't Sen. Dan Dimick (D), Roseburg.
i. told the Senate that the need for
) such a bill in his county is "des
:. Sen. Waller Leth (R), Mon-
mouth, objected that the bill does-
. nt require public hearings before
.'( county can set aside money for
j. flood projects.
Resides Leth, Sens. Howard C.
, Belton (R), Canby. and C. D.
Cameron (R), Grants Pass, voted
-. against the bill.
' Yearly Faculty
' Talent Show Set
By WU Leaders
Old fashioned mello-drama will
return to the stage Tuesday when
j Willamette University faculty
.! members present their annual tal
"f ent show.
The program, directed by Mrs.
f Margaret Ringnalda, this year will
be a rehearsal of an 1890 mello
J drama, ft includes the hero and
t heroine, and villain and villainess,
i with appropriate musical back
Faculty members appearing in
the production are Mrs. Clorinda
' ' Topping, Dr. Paul Trueblood, Dr.
J. Daniel Schulze, Mrs. Magdclaine
.. DcTirefort, Mrs. Martha Springer
: 1 and Richard Gillis. Prof. Robert
:.. Putnam is the properties man.
Prrmier Insurance Co. and Rich
' ard D. Pcdce vs. Edwin A. Jack
son: Jury rules for defendant in
$167 action involving damage to a
Sylvia Mae Connelly vs. Odie El-
- vin Connelly: Divorce decree
. awarded plaintiff, with custody of
one minor child awarded to de
fendant and custody of second mi
nor child to Marion County juve
nile department: properly settle-
- nient stipulated and plaintiff grant
ed $75 attorney fees.
Vas B. Valllck estate: Supple
mental inventory shows 511. 166 in
real property: court approves sale
ol personal property for S247.25.
Guardianship of Mae Bevier: Pi
oneer Trust Co., guardian, author
. ized to sell certain property ap
praised at $450.
Guardianship of Bessie Crab
tree: Frank F. Wedel, guardian,
authorized to sell household furn
ishings appraised at $500.
Guardianship of Sandra Bonney:
Guardian Dorothy Cluck authoriz
ed to settle damage telaim for
Vernfce Holllngsworth, Lubkin.
Texas, sentenced to 10 days in
Marion County jail aflcr pleading
guilty to a charge of petty lar
ceny. John Thomas Rarker. Portland,
charge of driving while license
Velton Vern Bynum and Russell
James Lindhlom, both McMinn
ville. fined $5 each and $5 costs
on charges of fishing in closed
Gary Alan Roedlehelmer, 20.
millworker, Stayton, and Marlenc
Rae Richardson, 18, bookkeeper.
Mrs. McCoy's Kinder Kottage
OOP HABITS are formed here in social, health,
irt, music, physical education, work I play.
"LARGE FENCED PlAY YARD"
598 Thompson Ph. EM 4-070
Fishermen Fined Velton Vern
Bynum and Russell James Lind
blom, both of McMinnville, were
fined $5 and assessed $5 costs each
Friday in District Court on charges
of fishing out of season. They
were arrested last Saturday on the
Little North Fork of hte Santiam
Man 111 City first aidmcn were
called to 21st and Market streets
about 6:40 a.m. Saturday when
John Kratz, 87, collapsed while
pushing a lawnmowcr at his home,
they reported. He was checked and
turned over to his family, they
Windows Broken Several win
dows have been broken in the
Highland Avenue Friends Church
recently by youngsters who throw
rocks from nearby railroad tracks,
it was reported to city police Fri
day. Senate Gives
Drivers of beer trucks can con
tinue to stock their wares in the
storage refrigerators of taverns
and other drink dispensing oases
provided the governor signs a bill
now passed by both House and
And they can continue to rotate
the cases to keep the cold ones
handiest to the bartender when he
wants to transfer the bottles to
the smaller refrigerators behind
The Senate Friday gave its ap
proval to House bill 654, making
the practice legal.
Under Oregon's rather strict
liquor laws. Sen. Rudie Wilhclm
Jr., Portland Republican and
chairman of the Senate Alcoholic
Traffic Committee, said that
wholesalers of any alcoholic liqu
ors cannot give premiums, pre
sents or other inducements to a
retail outlet to boost his product.
For years it had been the prac
tice for beer truck drivers to put
the cases of beer in the big stor
age refrigerators as a convenience
to the bartender. But last year
Attorney Gtfneral Robert , Y.
Thornton ruled that this practice
was illegal under the law as it
Forty-four cases of measles were
reported in Marion County during
the week ending April 26, with 40
of those cases in the city of Salem.
One case of chickenpox was re
ported in Salem and two cases of
influenza. Salem also had seven
cases of German measles, t w o
cases of strep throat and one case
of venereal disease - gonorrhea
reported during that week.
In the rest of the county there
were two cases of measles and
two cases of venereal disease
gonorrhea, while non-resident in
stitutional cases of communicable
diseases, were two measles and
seven cases of tuberculosis.
West Salem Cubs
Uniform inspection was held dur
ing the meeting of West Salem Cub
Pack 15 Thursday. At the meeting
moving pictures were shown by
Receiving awards were Daniel
Cross, Kim and Kirby Bodcnwci
ser, Lion badges; Gary Raan and
Danny Tennimon. Bear badges
and Dennis Williams, Bobcat
Cubs who have sold enough
tickets to the Boy Scout Exposition
to win neckerchiefs are Roger
Obershaw, David Nichols. Dennis
Smith, Bruce Butler, Kirby Bodcn
wiser and Eric Setela.
Mrs. John Polk of 260 N. 14th St.
underwent major surgery Friday
night at Salem General Hospital.
No visitors please. ladv.)
Milk goats for sale. EM 2-2262.
Swiss Steak dinner. By St. Jo
seph's Parents Club. April 28th,
12:30 to 5 p.m. in school basement.
$1.25 and 75e. ladv.)
Car wash $1. April 27 & May II.
18th & State, r a.m. to 6 p.m. Spon
sored by Job's Daughters. ladv.)
Values change, and growing
readership makes Classified Ads
Bigger values than ever. Dial EM
Rebekah Ham Dinner. 6 tn 8 p.m.
Saturday. $1.25 per plate at Royal
Neighbors Hall, Quinaby.
The offices of Dr. Rollin E. Baker
will be closed April 29. 30 k May 1.
Dr. Baker will be taking advanced
instruction in his field of denture
construction at the Dental School
of the University of Oregon.
Unsightly facial hair removed
safelv, permanently. Price's Beau
ty Sa'lon. Ph. EM 3-S8.i. ladv.)
Burns to Death
In Home Blaze
PORTLAND (UP) Alvin E.
Cozine, a 25-year - old Portland
plumber, burned to death early
today and his two children were
injured in a fire which badly dam
aged their home.
Police credited the quick action
of Special Patrolman George
Sisson for saving the children.
Sisson was cruising in the area
when he smelted smoke which he
traced to the Cozine homo. Ho
pounded on the door but got no
response. He called firemen who
broke in and rescued the children,
Cheryl Ann, 5 months, and Deb
rah, 2 1-2 years. They were taken'
to Emanuel hospital. Officers said
they had been overcome by
.Firemen found Cozine's bodv in
the kitchen where he had col
lapsed in an apparent attempt to
tight his way out of the house.
Mrs. Cozine had left to take a
baby sitter home and she didn't
return until the children were
being put in an ambulance.
Firemen attributed the blaze to
smoker s carelessnes.
The Senate approved and .sent
to the House Friday a resolution
calling for continued study of a pro
posed Loiumoia Kiver compact.
Under such a compact, the
Northwest states would Dlan the
development of their water resources.-
A compact was drafted in the
past two years, but the Legislature
did not ratify it.
Douglas White. Coos Bav. and
George Weigum, Hazen, N.D., jun
iors at Willamette University's col
lege of law, were selected winners
of the Moot Court finals Thursday.
iney will represent the Univer
sity at the regional Moot Court
competition in November at t h c
University of Washington. If they
win over Washington. University
of Idaho and Montana State college
they will be delegates from t h e
Northwest to the national competi
tion in New York City.
Both were oresented wilh oifte
of law books, as were the other
nnaiisis, Robert Heffcrnan, Mod
ford; and Jcnna Vayve Schlcgel,
Bill to Double
Sent to Governor
Slate police and prison guards
soon will be eligible for $10,000 of
group life insurance, or double (he
amount they now have.
The House Friday sent to the
Governor a bill to double the
The slate shares the cost of
providing the insurance.
OSC Weekend Held
CORVALLIS W The annual
high school senior weekend is
underway at Ihe Oregon State
The annual affair is sponsored
by the stale System ol Higher
Education to acquaint graduating
high school sludents with the col
SALEM GENERAL HOSPITAL
VICKERY-To Mr. and Mrs.
Jim M. Vickcry, 120 Chase Ave.,
a girl. April 26.
SALEM MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
PARADIS To Mr. and Mrs.
Richard J. Paradis, 471 Cascade
Dr.. a girl, April 26.
YEE To Mr. and Mrs.
H. Yee. 1935 Broadway St.,
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Capital Drug Store
405 Stale St., Corner of Liberty
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THADDEUS B. BRUNO
The much-discussed Exposition
Recreation project in Portland
means much to the whole state,
according to Thaddcus B. (Ted
Bruno, member and treasurer of
the E-R commission, and he will
talk about it at the Monday meet
ing of the Salem Chamber of
Bruno was born in Portland and
for many years has been active
in civic and governmental affairs.
Since January, 1955, he has been
a member of the Oregon Racing
Commission and is its chairman.
He served as chairman of the
Multnomah County Chapter, Na
tional Foundation for Infantile
Paralysis, in 1956, and was March
of Dimes chairman for that county
in 1954. He is still a member of
the chapter board.
Bruno is president of the Mult.
nomah Athletic Club, is a former
director or the Portland Symphony
Society and of the Portland Civic
In World War II he was with
the Air Force, attaining the rating
of major. .
Taxing of railroads on the high
er utility rates, contained in the
House tax program, would place
them at a competitive disadvan
tage with trucks, a representative
of the Oregon Railways association
told the House tax committee Fri
day. Roy Shields, attorney for the as
soeiation, said the increased taxes
on utilities would result in the
railroad paying 250 per cent more
than they presently pay.
Motor carriers, on the other
hand, Shields said, t will enjoy a
The railroad representative sub
mitted amendments which would
remove the railroads from the
utility classification in the tax
schedule and place them in a
If this amendment is adopted.
Shields said, there could be some
comparison on the amount of taxes
paid by- the various transportation
agencies and more equitable rates
(Continued from Page 1)
crashed broadside into Sclandcr's
Mrs. Selander leaves a son,
Mcnalkas Selander, Oswego: two
daughters, Mrs. Phyllis Clark.
Grants Pass, and Mrs. Gencvra
Sauerbry. Elkador, Iowa; and nine
The victim's body was taken to
the Murphy Mortuary at Junction
TRAINING BILL APPROVED
The House sent to the Governor
Friday a hill to permit the state
fire marshal to train administrative
personnel of city and rural fire
THE CAPITAL JOURNAL
LONDON, to Gales swept the
North Atlantic Saturday but there
was no immediate concern here
for the safely of Mayflower II,
replica of the Pilgrim father's
The 180-ton wooden barque was
sailing a southerly route to Ply
mouth, Mass., and believed to be
well soulh of the storm area.
Mayflower II last reported Fri
day morning to the only station
in Britain strong enough to reach
her. She was then about 200 miles
west of the Spanish coast.
"But we have no cause tn he.
lieve there is anything the matter
witn Mayflower, the station said.
ane is not on any reporting
schedule and we may get a call
from her later today."
Mayflower II expects to reach
Plymouth, Mass., the first week
in June. - -
Storms along the northern route
the Mayflower originally planned
lo sail delayed the Empress of
Scotland. 26,313-ton Canadian lin
er, on passage from Montreal to
Mayflower II radioed to England
earlier this week that she was
swinging into a more southerly
course to avoid possible bad
Slated July 15
Representative Walter Norblod
fit-Ore) announced lodav that he
has arranged wilh the Civil Serv
ice Commission to hold on Mon
day, July 15,-1957, a preliminary
qualifying examination1 to deter
mine the eligible candidates in the
First Congressional District of Ore
gon who desire appointment in 1958
to the U. S. Naval Academy, An
napolis, Maryland; the U.S. Mili
tary Academy, West Point, New
York; the Air Force Academy,
Denver, Colorado, and the U. S.
Merchant Marine Academy, Kings
Point, New York.
Candidates for admission to the
Naval Academy must be not less
than seventeen years of age nor
more than twenty-two years of age
on July 1, 1958.
Candidates for the Military Acad
emy, the Air Force Academy, and
the Merchant Marine Academy are
eligible for admission from the day
they arc seventeen until they be
come twenty-two years of age, on
which latter day they are not
Candidates for these Academies
must be actual residents of the
First Oregon District, which em
braces Benton, Clackamas, Clat
sop, Columbia, Lincoln, Marion,
Polk, Tillamook, Washington, and
Yamhill Counties, and must never
have been married.
In order to make the necessary
arrangements, applicants must
notify Congressman Walter Nor
blad. 1128 House Office Building,
Washington 25, D. C, in writing
not later than June 15, 1957, of
Iheir desire to participate in the
The Senate completed legislative
action Friday on a bill that would
permit the state commission for
the blind to try to obtain vending
stands in public buildings for blind
The agency operating the build
ing would have to give permis
sion before such stands could be
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Great Cities 33 San Francisco 415.90
ttah Parks 9 San Francisco 171.95
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TOURS INCLUDE TRANSPORTATION, HOTELS, SIGHT
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It's such a comfort to take the bus
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Psychiatrist Hires Man
To Kill Him, Changes Mind
DETROIT W-A Detroit psych!
atrist told polico he hired a gun
man to kill him because he was
despondent but changed his mind
and failed to keep the fatal olticc
Chief assistant prosecutor Ralph
Garber said the shooting wouldn't
have come oft as planned any
way. The man Dr. C. L. R. Pear
man hired to do the job was an
undercover patrolman assigned to
"I was despondent when I ar
ranged the plot," Garber quoted
Back to Ships
NICE. France v-The destroyer
Everglades hurried todav to catch
up with the U. S. 6th fleet to de
liver 300 sailors left in the south
of France when their ships sailed
suddenly for the Middle East.
Other officers and men stranded
in Paris and northern Italy by the
fleet's departure already have
sailed from Naples to rejoin their
ships. The men were on leave
when the fleet got its orders.
The Everglades which was as
signed to gather up men on leave
on the French Riviera had to
leave this morning without 50
sailors till missing despite the
combined efforts of- the shore pa
trol, military police and the Amer
The consulate said the missing
men probably "didn't get the
word." Their leaves normally
would expire April 30. When they
show up they will be flown to the
The Arend-Rolland Comet, i
million-mile-long two-tailed affair,
is still visible in the Northwest
sky over Salem.
An earlier report last Tuesday
lo the Capital Journal by Mrs. B
W. Christenscn, 4430 Marshall Dr.,
has been followed by several simi
lar reports of persons who have
viewed the comet during the week.
The sparkling, pale-white body
has been visible from here about
!9 p.m. nightly. It disappears later
in tne evening, the comet is ex
pected to become more brilliant
(Continued irom Page 1)
Government officials who had
been fired during the Nahulsl ad
ministration were nearly all given
back their jobs.
The streets of Amman, old
Jerusalem, Nablus, Kama I Ian and
Irbid the chief Jordanian cities
all were virlually descried un
der the almost total curfew.
Troops and police patrolled the
five cilies, forcing everyone ex
cept a few officials lo slay in
doors through most of the day.
King Hussein s band w n s
strengthened by pledges of loyal
ty to him and his new govern
ment, from sheiks and mayors in
the older part of his desert realm.
PLANES MtOP LEAFLETS
TAIPEI (fli Air Force bond-1
quarters said Chinese Nationalist i
planes flew over seven provinces :
of Communist China last night, j
dropping millions of anti-Red
leaflets. All planes returned to '
Formosa safely before daybreak i
today, the announcement said. j
the incredibly heautitiii
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nothing to live (or. I changed my
mind. So I kept away from my
office." He did not elaborate.
Dr. Pearman, former resident
psychiatry at Wayne County
l Detroit) General Hospital, was
picked up at a reserve officers
the 56-year-old psychiatrist as
saying last night. "I felt I had
Life Ends for
Andrew Garfield Byers, 78, died
at his home 558 5th St., Independ
ence, following an illness of sev
eral months from a heart ailment.
He was born Nov. 10, 1878 in Des
Moines, Iowa, and in 1888 he
moved to Oregon with his parents
to Brunks Corners, later moving
to Independence where he has.
uvea ior more man years. He
was a retired carpenter.
Surviving arc two daughters,
Mrs: Helen E. Strykcr of Lebanon,
Ore., and Mrs. Rcta Doton of In
dependence; one son, Grant Byers,
Independence, and one sister, Mrs.
Clara L. Brunk, Salem, Ore.; five
grandchildren and two great
grandchildrcn. Services will be held from
Smith - Krueger Mortuary, Indc;
pendence, Monday, at 2 p.m.
Interment will follow in Hill
Top Cemetery, Independence.
Rev. Roy C. Agtc will conduct
WU Students Set
Under the leadership or Henry
Cooper, an instructor in French
at Willamette University, a group
of students will tour Europe this
summer as a project of the ro
mance language department. It
will be the eighth annual French
study tour and the dales will be
June 18 through August 29. Cooper
has recently returned after some
time spent in France.
The itinerary qalls for a month
at the University of Grenoble wilh
travel in the Grenoble and Paris
areas. Other available tours arc
in England, Holland, Belgium,
Switzerland, Germany, Austria and
While the students are at Gren
oble they will live wilh French
families and all study courses will
Dc in the trench language.
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end 4 P. M. to 10 P. M.
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Home of the
Garden Suppllei Howeri
Open- A.M. to 4 P.M.
party at the Grosse He Naval Air
Station near Detroit last night.
Garber said he would recom
mend a warrant charging Pear-
man with attempted conspiracy to
commit murder. Conviction on the
charge could mean a five-year
Garber said the story was i"the
most fantastic I've ever heard."
He said it began Tuesday when
Pearman, who is single, asked a
Detroit night club porter to find
him a killer.
He must be an ex-convict, a
Negro, and must know his busi
ness," Garber said Pearman told
the attendant, Pcarrrmn is white.
The porter tipped police who
assigned a patrolman to set up a
payoff meeting with Pearman.
Police covered the meeting with
Garber said Pearman gave the
plainclothes man $50 and prom
ised him $450 more when the job
yas done. .
Pearman said he would ransack
his office 1,0 make it appear that
he had surprised a burglar at
Grace M. French
DAYTON (Special) Funeral
services were held Saturday at
Macy and Sons, McMinnville, for
Mrs. urace M. trench, 75, who
was known as an expert on birds
and their habits. Commitment was
in Evergreen Memorial Park Mail
'For 20 years Mrs. French was
chairman of the conservation com
mittce of the State Federation of
Women's Clubs. She was a mem
ber of the Fernwood Grange and
St. Barnabas Episcopal Church or
Dayton, and had been a resident
of the city for 13 years.
Mrs. French was born at coos
Bay June 2, 1881, and married Al
fred J. French at Marshttcld, Nov,
Surviving is her husband, and a
brother, Fred McCormac, Berke
FALLS CITY (Spccial)-Scrvices
for Mrs. Teresia Wagner Tollar, 89,
were held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday
at the Methodist Church here with
the Rev. James Royer officiating
Burial was in the IOOF Cemetery,
Mrs. Tollar was born in Austria
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in 1869. She moved to Canada la .
1891 and came to Falls City ia
1900. She married Dominick Tollar
at Butte, Mont. He died in 1923.
Surviving are a brother, Franz,
Beverly Hills, Calif., and a sister,
Elizabeth Kimmel, Portland.
Arrangements were in charge of
the Bollman Funeral Chapel of
MabeUa Jeanette Snyder
At the residence. 3050 Livingston
St., Sa em. April 26. at the age of
77 years. Mother of Dorrance May
berry Snyder. Dorothy Lois Robin
son, Marjorie Elizabeth Spencer, Al
fred Vlrjll Snyder, all of ralem. 3
grandchildren also survive. Services
will be held Monday. April 29 at
1:30 p.m. in ine cnapei 01 ine w. t.
Rlgdon Co. Concluding services at
Belcrest Memorial Park. or. Brook!
Moore will officiate. ,
Mary Susan Baum ' '
Late resident of Rt. 4, Box 680.
Salem, at a local hospital April 28.
Survived by husband, Roosevelt
Baum, Salem, sister, Mrs. joe HarN
genbuch, Ida Grove, Iowa. Brothers,
Robert Peterson, Huron, S.D.: He
Peterson. Salem. Also several
nieces and nephews. Services will
be held Monday, April 29 at 2 p.m.
in the CIough-Barrick chapel. Rev,
James E. Kratz officiating. Inter
merit Belcrest Memorial Park.
Allen 4. Shaffer-
Late resident of 1485 Laurel Ave.
Salem, at a local hospital, April 26,
Survived by wife, Mrs. Lorena Shaf
fer. Salem. Daughter, Mrs. Ethel
Smith, Uklah. Calif. Son. Glenn
anaiier, utuan, tain, motners, j.
P. Shaffer. Grevbull. Wvo.: Alvlst
Shaffer, Cutler City, Ore.; and
George Shaffer, Hot Springs, Arlc
Sisters, Mrs. Fanny Hardy, Turlock,
Calif.; Mrs. Olive Anderson, Deary.
Idaho: and Mrs. Charles SvDhers.
Walla Walla, Wash.. Four grandchil
dren and 6 great-grandchildren also
survive. Shipment has been made to
Uk ah. Calif., for services and inter
ment by the CIough-Barrick Funer
Brian Mark FuUwood
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Har
old R. full wood of 2630 Ward Dr.,
Salem. In this city April 25. Brother
of George Michael Full wood. Stanley
Jerome FuUwood. Sharon Kay Full
wood, Janet Rene FuUwood, all of
Salem. Grandson of. Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Stupfe, Salem. Gravesjqe
services were held Saturday, April
27 at 3:30 p.m. In Mt. Angel Ceme
tery undor the direction of W. T.
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