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* ' * *' {!" 5 *-, • MOM STAft; HO>Y, ARRAN1AI Tuesday, November 16, ISPLAY Mbvlrtfl 'Call CLASSIFIED ,. 4*h Murit fie la Office Day Before ,. K F AD KATES AM Want Aft an " WH Bcwufltt. allowed with, fh« urt- :: . «*,*«««» I* pdyobi* ttf»n ftBtefiftht tt rendered, HSU *& 3? 'i20 .11* boy* 1.50 2.00 2.SO 3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Month 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.50 12.00 13.50 15.00 11 M 35 16 to 40 ' CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tM* ?Sf p«r Inch 3 tlrMs .,..i.....».i ..... 60c pef Inch 6'times 50c pef Inch fcot« $uoMd above or« tor corn (tcullve insertions. Irregular or skip- data ads., will take ths one-day rat«. All dally cloJsHled advertising copy • will be accepted until 5 p. m. for publication the following day. ,The publisher! reservs the right to rtvls* of edit all advertisements of- fertd for publication and to re|«ct oiiy ob|*ctlonobl« advertising submitted , Initials of ont or mow letters, groups or figures such as house or telephone numbers count as one word. ' , Trie Hope Stdf will not be resporv ilble for errors, m Want Ads unless errors are called to our attention after FIRST Insertion 6f ad and then for ONLY the ONE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431 For Stiff THREE registered Guernsey bull calves from high producing dams. David Mckee, Route 4, Hope. (Old Blewns Road). !3-6t Loydway Open on TRIKES - BIKES - DOLLS and Mdny Other Items OKLAHOMA TIRE & SUPPLY COMPANY, FINEST Johnson grass hay at barn 3 miles' northeast of Emmet. Walter Bailee, RFD, Prescolt. 15-3t For Rant HOUSE jacks, Wire stretchers, Post hole diggers, Tarps, Reaves Bar* gain House and Pawn Shop, 205 S. Walnut, Phone 7-2471. 18-1 Mo. NICELY furnished 4 room apartment and bath. Private entrances Wydtt Visions Another Tough Gome in LSD By The Associated Press 7-3497. 234* FOUR room'-furnished apartment. Electric refrigerator, Garage., No children. Mrs. Ann a Judson, 2ip Hope Star Sfer «f Hooe IM9) Pr»« 1*27 ; OonialMated JonHOry It, 1»2t TERN SHARES ed Income Fund •ValUble from Publkhod every weekday 'afternoon by STAR- PUBLISHING CO. C., I. -Palmer, President AIM. H. Weihburn, Secy-TrM. •t The Star Building 112-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas N. Elrrt. 10-tf TWO 3-room-houses, 1 mile on old 07 West, Hazel Watkins. -16-3t SIX -room; house,; 2. blocks of. town,' 6ne block from Oglesby school: Phone' 7-2249, 7-3390. 16-3t Service* Offered Highway 67 West ;'*s FURNITURE CO. .ter.B.rrele for S.I. Atax. H. Woihburn, Edlter ft Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor ' Jasi M. Davis, Advertising Managw Oeorge W. Hasmer, Mech. Supt. ' Intend as second class matter' «l MM Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, •nder the Act of March 3, 18?7. MATTRESS renovation and Innerspring work. Cobb Mattrew Co. 313 South Washington. Phone 7-2622. Mar. 4-tf FOR PLUMBING Repairs, Call Theo Lbng, 7-3407. 15-1 Mb. Menber of the Audit Bureau el Circulations RALPH Montgomery Market, Custom slaughtering. Phone 7-3361. 10-1 Mo. •Subscription Rates (payable In advance): •y carrier In Hope and neighboring i town*— Pe? week .25 Per year .'. 13.00 By mall In Hempstead, Nevada, Lafayette, Howard, and Miller coun- .„ 83 » 1.60 2.60 ............ 4.50 One HA Three month. Six month* „ OIMJ yvar ,...«,..,«....»«< All other malt- On, month (.«...•••>««.« Three month. llx, month. One) y»ar 1.10 8.25 ".".'.'..T.'......' 13^00 The Negro Community By Helen Turner Phone 7-6830 • Or bring lt«m« to MlM Turner •t Hlcke Funeral Home . University of Arkansas Rafcbrbacks, now ranked ninth in the hatibn, took their usual light Workou t Mon day even though Coach Bowden Wyatt is expecting another "tough" game • Saturday. The Porkers completed tht-ir conference schedule by bowing to Southern Methodist, 21-14, Saturday for iheir first loss in eight game's. They play Louisiana State at Shreveport this week.' The Hoss slipped from fourth to ninth place in the national Asso> ciatcd Press ratings and lust the Southwest Conference lead to the Mustangs. However, Wyatt's V ders finished the season with the best Arkansas conference record since 1D46, when Arkansas anrl Rice tied for the title and the Razorbac!ts went to the Cotton Bowl. Arkansas automatically Will gel the host spot in the Cotton Bowl January 1 if SMU loses to Baylor or Texas Christian. /Baylor "'.wasted no- time ahc Southern'^Methodist no more than the coaches dared' before start- Inf^full'SDped contact' workouts for the/game between the schools Sat the Cotton Bowl. ':}•'•• THe i contest, deciding whethpr VflJ stays ' in the running for the .conference championship anc 3.-,Cotton Bowl berth or whether 1 Baylor, stays : eligible for a half share . in,the title, is the onl; crucial game in the week's lineup •Qnly- : one:; other .conference game is scheduled that between rnns Bice and Texas Christian a Houstoni Texas and: Texas'A & 3M nro idle. 'None of those schools worked ou heavily. ,Monday. Baylor, opened last week •'• .an.' reportodly in :hc peak of physica condition, scrimmaged Monday fo well over an hour, and more wa du&: Tuesday. Coach George Sauer started hi varsity on defense, th$n switche them. to ,offense with the freshme t'jid, reserves providing SMU style opposition. 'At;Dallas; Southern Methodist couUJ ill affprd to scrimmage with ' - - list, said Porkers Slip to Ninth in Football Poll By The Associated Press Trouble with sitting one out is hat some fclks might get the ide.i ou'i'e a wallflower. Tha't'p What appcnetl to the Unbeaten Bruins f UCLA in 1he Associated Press ollege football poll this week as he unbeaten Buckeyes of Ohio tatc took over the No. 1 spot by a cvcnpoint count. UCLA held first place.last week wilh an overpowering vote total. Jilt was idle last Saturday whil? Ohio State, edging closei to the Big Ten title and the Rosa Bowl, nauled Purdue 28-6. The Bruins, with an 8-0 recor: dcntical to thst of the Bucks, still managed to'edge Ohio State in firsi ilf.ce "votes, 92-87, but on the usua" ift'sis of 10 points for first, 9 tot second, etc., OSU polled 2,010 joints to UCLA's 2P03. All of wh'ch means this Satilr day's contests probably will ile cide the running battle between Ohio State and UCLA each iaying held .the No. 1 position .w'ice ; this"'season. Both teams complete their rjsfi ular season schedules '•— UCLA against Southern California in game that could''give'.the Bruin the. . championship, Coast Cpnfercnc and Ohio Stat SPORTS ROUNDUP ,lf HAYLtt tALiOT. NEW YORK, W Having noted He is convinced that if the United hat one of our principal tennis eroes, Tony Trabert, Had just aken a shellacking from a minor Uirtraliart player, named Don 'aridy out in Sydney, we ran down lat doyen of American tennis eachers, Meicer Beasley, and .sked him what in the world he bought the • game was .coming to. Beasley, who has devrted his ast 32 yearr- to showing our youth ho proper end of a racquet to grip, frankly was gloomy. "Thinking has gone out of the game," he -said. "I would have to ay that is the; principal develop- nent I have seen in my time. If here, is a man playing today who hinks on the court the way Bill Tilden did, I don't know who he S. Bill would have thought any of Air present 'amateurs right off tho court. "All they know now is to hit he ball past them down tin- linos. Maybe this dates me, but that' ,hc way I ECO it." Beasley, who was instrumental n the development of two such .•tars as Ellsworth Vines and Frankie- Parker,- now traveU ftttruncl the country for. c. sporting goods firm, •- conducting tennis Clin- Efsf-.'und ;ever searching for talent, States ever is to reclaim its former place in the net world it must look to the public parks. "Where do you think Don Burtsje and Bobby Riggs and Parker and most of our other great players came from?" he demanded" They didn't come from the colleges and country ^lubs. And neither did there Australian boys who. have been taking us over the jumps for the pant few years.' The old coach isn't convinced that our expeditionary force wil evf/n gel past the Swedes in the inlerzon'e final of the Davis Cup t-.t Brisbane early . next mouth much less prevail over the Aussies in the Challenge Round at Sydney later on. 'If we are lucky enough to reach the final round again.iit the Aus tralians, I don't see that our chances are any better than they! were a year ago when we lost by 3-2. We'll have 1,he rame two players, Tony Trabert and Vie. Ssixas.i Seixas lost both his singles matches to Lewis Hoad and Ken Rosewall last year. I doubt that Vic will do that again. He's too fine a player. But I also have to doubt that we can win this'-doubles, which should be decisive." .' • Borden Buys Out Little Rock Firm UTTLE ROCK W) The Borden Co has announced the purchase of a 04-year-old Little Rock flaiiy and ice cream firm at tmd' of what local comuEny cials described ns months goliations. The Bordr-n Co. has purchased the Parker Mayflower Dairy and Mayflower Ice Cream plants bore.' Fre'd G. Brifit/ko, president cf the Atkansas firm, said the deal had p*-oi!ressed on the basis of agreements until a contract yesterday. There was nn price quoted in announcement of the transaction^ Brand names probably would bJ rog.iined for 'the time being.' but eventually the Borden name would be attached to some Breitzke said. . ' Brcitzke said the sale hnd noth ing to dn v;ith a milk price last summer which resuHed in expressed feeling that "Ihe companies cannot stand longer the ciraih on theic cash reserves." Mayflower, established m was merged in 1850 wilh the cr Dairy Pic ducts Co. founded B. Parker OUT OF DOORS with egainst Michigan, with the Buck reeding at. least a tia tc .win th Big Ten crown and the Rose • Bo\\ Irip outright. '.,•••• Oklahoma, the only, other majo unbeaten team (also 8-0), woun up in thirc! place for Ihf: thir Ltfaight week after beating Missouri. But Notre Darncs picked as the preseason champion, moved up a notch to fourth after whipping North Carolina. The Irish replaced Arkansas, -which was knocked down to ninth after losir.il its first game of the season to Southern Methodist.' : Army, once-beaten like .Notr-a Dame, also moved up one to fifth Mississippi rose to sixth. Navy &nd Southern Cal were deadlocked rf seventh. 'Minnesota jumped from 13th to <M«fl Advertising - Representatives: Arkansas Dallies/ Inc.; 1602 Sterlck ' •Ida., Memphis 2, Tenn.; 505 Texas •ank ildg., Dallas 2, Texas; 360 N. • Mlchldan Ave., Chicago l.vlH.; 60? E 1 42d it, Ne* York 17, N. V.; 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit 2, Mich.; rermlnol Bldg., Oklahoma City 2, Okla Member ef The Associated Pr.in The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the use for republlcatlon of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well as all AP newi dispatches. Mr. George Smith Jr., his children his niece and Crayton Epps and Daniel Martin attended the homecoming game -at Bishop College in Marshall. Texas, RoscoCttSmith is a guard on the Bishop College team in Marshall. Texas, < "•<*<'. Mrs. Willie B. Hicks of Columbus died at her home Saturday, November 13. Funeral . arrangements are incomplete. Nil Henry of Lewisville died at his home Sunday. November . 14. OAKCREST -FUNERAL HOME i Funeral arrangements are incom- five legulars on the injury arid- Coach Woody Woodard none of the five would put on pads IS Tuesday. ' '•-••'•' -'W Halfback Frank Eidom. guard): Tommy Haristnn and Ends Gay- JOIh after defeating Iowa. The Hawkeyes, ninth . a week ago, set Funeral Directors iryice GtA88 - INSURANCE 2ND * HAZEL AMBULANCE ,plete. PHONE 7-2123 AD-1 Mo. HEHNDON CORNELIUS BURIAL ASSOCIATION Largest and Oldest In South Arkansas. Call 7-5505 for our agents A23-1 Mo. Instructions CLASSES In tap, acrobatic, ballet and toe. Katharine Windsor, 104 E. 14th. Phone 7-3327.. 22-1 mo. For Sale or'Rent TWO Business buildings on Front Street, next to Pool hall. If ln- tere,»ted, contact A. S, Williams, SOQ E. 7th. Texarkana, Ark. 7-5860 or 22-0660, 194 Mo. Funeral Services for William R, Horton were held Monday, November 15. at St, Luke Baptist Notice CHANCE OF A LIFETIME — The Wanted WANTED TO BUY One Inch rough green Qak Uumber — regular lengths and tie siding. For prices and specifications write' — • GURDON LUMBER COMPANY BEIRNE, ARKANSAS Fan>ous White Cross plan, underwritten by the Banker's Life & Casualty Co., of Chicago has openings for resident representatives in Hope, Selling experience not necessary but helpful, we will train you. A car is essential. Only good, clean cut, insurance minded men, with a will to work and a yen for money are wanted. We furnish contacts. If you are interested in working full time and want to make a career of the insurance business, contact Paul Differding, 111% Washington St.. Berg Building, Upstairs, Office B., from 8:30 a. m. to 12 daily, ov write P. 0. Box 5550, Camden, mend B.erry. Doyle Nix and Tommy .Gentry wore on tho sidelines as. the'Mustangs caught their wind from' the. Arkansas tussle last week with a^sweat-futt workout. They also stiw movies'ol'the game with Ihe .-RazorbaoH?, All five ; cr!pples ar" expected back-in action Saturday. Rice left' roost of "the aclion to the'-reserves and freshmen, who scrimmaged. O.wl Coach. Jess Neely said he expected the starters to be in fine Fhape for entertaining TCU, although Guard Kenny Paul may be slowed slightly with a wrenched knee* Paul missed today's drill but is due back Saturdty. Offense was stressed in a light workout at TCU which followed movies of the Frogs' loss to Texas. l.Trajner Elmer Brown said sophomore Guard Vernon Uneker had a sprained ankle from the claKh, but should be ready for duty against Rice. Texas and Texas A&M, each of which is-idle until they meet Thanksgiving Day at Austin, took the day off. at No. 19.. e leading teams with •fice votes in parentheses: •1; ; Ohio State (87) 2,010 2; UCLA '92) 2,003 -3f Oklahoma (28) 1,761 '$. Notn; Dame (2) 1.222 -g'^Army (7) 1,167 6* Mississippi (7) '671 •;;7.l Navy («e) 670 "Southern Cal 670 9. Arkansas (5) 271 Second 10: 11. Scuthein Methodist 270 1.2. Michigan 244 , 13. Maryland 151 14. West Virginia 101 15. Virginia Tech 81 16. Miami Fla. 71 • 17. Wisccnsin 70 11B Auburn 51 _ _' ip> 19. Iowa, 35 ' ' 2C. Baylor 27 first By WARREN PAGE Any cracker-barrel philosopher can make out a pretty good case hat there are four kinds of hunters this world. There are the meat unters; whose sole aim is to ring 'home some kind of wild ba- bn. There-are the fun hunters, who on't much care a hoot whether, ley shoot anything or not, just so tiey get out into the woods or ields. Then we can't miss the brae writers, who slay or claim to have lain large critters so they can see heir names in the papers. And fin- -lly thetrophy hunters, who lave no. interest in shooting any animal unless'it is a truly remarkable example of its species and that >referably a hard species to hunt. The chap on the other side of the cracker-barrel may agree'or dis^ agree with such a 1 four-way pigeon- lOling, according to whether he s more or less cynical. But he'll very likely agree that the brag and trophy types are the most in- Cresting in the genus Nimrod. , Real dyed-in-the-wool trophy umters are a breed all '•to themselves. I'm thinking of the rather small cluster of men who will research and plan for years toward the taking of one specific head, lay out every last ounce of cash . and effort and then not pull trigger until -and unless the ultimately perfect specimen is square in the sights. By and 'large, the non-hunting public tends to think of the big game hunter as a large red-faced character, six feet two and 225 pounds, . capable of bull-dogging Babe the Blue' Ox and either out- wrestling or out-drinking Paul Bunyan as necessary. There are such. Most of them in either the first or third categories. But not so the trophy hunter. He may very possibly be a smallish chap, perhaps under five feet ten, quiet-spoken and more like Greta Garbo than Marlene Dietrich as far as his attitude toward publicity is concerned. Not at all in live months." he F; id. The 47 year-old realton and industrialist hold a news confp'vehco yesterday in the stadium. Carpenters were already at work to •..increase seating capacity from "17;f)00 to 36.000. The Webb-Wirtnscr.lor Construction Co. which has the contract for rebuilding the..stadium mcved in heavy equipment today. Johnson said he and city oft'ici- t'.ls: have reached an "oral agreement" on the sale and. lease -of the si odium, tmd that his-.architect, Victor Naypc* of New York, would arrive today. Carroll, 50-year-old former sports editor of 1bc old Kansas City Journal, which folded in 1942, has toon general manager of tl:c Kan- Las City Blues, a new York Yankee cluh here, since 1950. He moved ft'om ' Triple-A to major league baseball without having to leave hi.« office. He had earlier served with the Minneapolis Muleis 'of the American Association and joined the Yankee chsin a? general manager of the Newark,: N. J., Bears of the Jnternaticnal League, Ark, 15-6t Legal Notice No. 7681 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, Ark, Frances Messer Plaintiff vs. Walter L. Messer - Defendant WARNING QBOER The defendant, Walter L. Messer is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff, Frances Messer. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 8 day of November 1954. Garrett Willis, .Clerk By L;. p, Byers, D. G. <SEAW L, E.Crajn, Attorney Ad Lltem John P. Vesey, Attorney for Plaintiff Oct .9, 16, 23, 30 Fights Last Night NEW YORK Italo Scortichini, Italy, outpointed Luther Rawiins, 146, Chicago, 10 Brookly n Gene Cyclone 155'Xi. West Jordan, Full-. Utah outpointed Peter Mueller, 155'/2, Germany, ; 10. Providence R. I — Tommy Hurricane, Jackson, 108 New York, stopped Keene Simmons, 210, Bayonne N. J. 0. Arkansas Is 10th in UP Grid Poll By NORMAN MILLER : 'NEW YORK. (UP) UCLA. ^_ ^ which took last weekend off .to the kind of guy who stands out in a rest up for its big objective,game. lOjSt some ground to Ohio State in the race for Ihe national college football championship today for the United Press ratings tcday for the fourth week in a row 'Southern Methodist's .surprise victory which dumped Arkansas from brought about in this week's the top major change 10 teams The crowd or plays the life of the party. One thjng he has in common with all. other trophy hunters is a New Owners Start Getting Athletics y Sef KANSAS CITY, Mo., (UP) — Owner Arnold Johnson and newly named Business Manager Parka Carroll today started to do "A year's work in five months" to get the Kansas City Athletics ready for major Icsgue competition. Johnson named Carrell, a former newspaperman with a long career as manage) in Triple-A baseball, as vice presiden t ard bi'sinesj manager of the former Philadelphia team yesterday. . He said he would 'pick a field manager soon, possibly to'morrow. Asked \vho the leading candidates were, he was non-committal. "Wo have several men ur.dor consideration," he sfid. "I've read a lot about Leu Boudreau (former Bc'ston Rod Sox manager) being a strong candidate, but there are ethers, too." He said Eddie Joost who piloted the Philadelrhia Athletics last season, was sljll in the running for Ihe post. Duck Season Opens Wednesday Noon Weather fit only for ducks is satisfied only by honest success. I know half a dozen such. All look more like Joe Green than they do like Buffalo Bill. Their deeds remain unsung by the newspapers, though they're common knowledge at Rowland Ward's in London, steady purposefulness that can be Johnson arrived m Kansas City triumph vaulted the Mustangs to .... _ , _ . .. _, K , ninth plane and' dropped Arkansas or the Boone & Crockett Club, by _ •' • , T .. • . • - «i i . Trio rvt airtt* naTiir«al ni 0+01*17 wiiicoiim e* from his home .in.Chicago Sunday night, His purchase of the Athletics franchise necessitated the sale and lease o* blues stadium here and getting it ready for major league baseball. "We've got a year's work to do Church,, with burial in Westmoreland Cemetery. The Spiritual §tars of Shreveport, La., will give a musical program at Babels Chapel Church in Saratoga Sunday, November 25, Sponsored by Mrs. Eara L. Hopkins. The public is invited. Keystone Lodge No. 43 will hold its regular meeting Tuesday night, November 16, at Hicks Funeral Home, Time 8 p, m. from iourth to 10th Twenty three of the 35 leading ooai-hes who make up the United Press rating board selectad UCLA tops in the nation Nine coaches voted for Ohio State and throe for Oklahoma All three ter.m's have wnn eight ; straight gpmes 'Breaking the balloting down to points, UCLA had 333 out of a possible 350 total, the Buckeyes had 320 and Oklahoma 278 The powerful Bryins from the Pacific Coasi Conference thus attracted three leVs first place votes end five les>; ppints than last week And their j the major natural history museums or wherever true trophy hunters gather. One, I • remember, planned two years for a really big grizzly bear shot-a whopper, missed the world record by a silver of skull length, and in the smile of a good sportsman voted with the committee that judged another head a hair better than his. Real men, these, and an interesting tribe few of us 'know much about. (Distributed by NBA Service) U«t plate «aj- Carnival Mrs. M- T. Wind. "' Legal No. 7053 In the Chancery Court of Hempstead County, ArK. George Scoggins ........ PlallVW vs. Odessa Scoggins .,. Defendant WARNINO ORPIB The defendant, Odessa is warned to appear In twg days and answer within complaint of fee my ten* »«4 the seel el court tw? 9 4&y><rf Owrelt There will be a special program beginning Friday night, November 19. at 7:30 at the Church of God-Jn-Christ, 911 i Bell St. Eld. L. A- Austin of Texarkana, pastor of Magnolia that is heard each Sunday morning over station KV- MA Magnolia and State Chairman, P. J, Pavjs, are expected. Eld. L. C. Washington will speak Saturday night and the pastor will speak on Sunday. The public is invited, Eld. 0. N. Dennis is Pastor. The Verger Band Mather's Club will meet ' Wednesday night, November 16. at the regular meeting place, All members are asked to be present at 7:35 p. m , BeeBee Chapter Order of the Eastern Star N9- 413 will meet Wednesday night. 'November 15, at ipargin ove*r Ohio State was nar- FPwed from 28 to }3 points. Coach Henry (Red) Sanders men next Saturday seek to complete the first perfect season in UCLA's foot- boll history when they meet sixth- ranked Southern California in a PCC showdown which shapes up as the No 1 geme on 'the weekend II L.JTT t Even if they win, the Bruins are not eligible for the Rose Bowl bs- cause they pertlsipoted last New Year's day- Southern C a lifor nia, which also is unbeaten in conference play is almost certain to get the bowl bid no matter what the outcome of th« UCLA clash. Arkansas' fall also gave Notrs n$ms, Army, Southem California !>nd Navy a chance to move higher. Notre P&me, Army rind the Trojans each moved «p one notch tc fill th,e fourth, fifth and sixth. Navy vaulted t h. r e e FAMILY INCREASING WEYMOUTH, Mars., (UP) Mrs. John Mancing, 29, had her ninlh ?hild, a yesterday. The mother had quadruplets in June 1952. She now has five boys four gills. i-inth to a tie for 15th. On the basis of JO points for a first place vote, nine for a second tnd s"o on down to one for a 10th here is how tha the "big three 1 .' &t place bailor, teams behind rectcd support: Notre Dame 178, Army 171!, Southern California 141, Navy 103 Mississippi 96, SMU 83, and Arkansas 71, Michigan, which pVays Ohio State (&NEAS If you give some women enough rope they'll string up another clothesline In the bathroom, /W/eV/^fe Q CfuCt Sportsmen's choice for nearly half . a century. Tailored 'in and wear-resisting Duxbak Cloth, double fabric except under sleeves, Bi- swing back, adjustable pivot sleeves. Handwarmer, breast and divided shell pockets. Blopd-proof game pocket. 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