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TUESDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 6, 1963 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT THIRTEEN Mirabel le Likely To Win Position SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-Bo Mirabelle, former Norwich Uni versify ace, may be the first try out camp candidate ever to win a regular job with the Boston Patriots. The rookie defensive back on the American Football League club drew special praise from coach Mike Holovak Monday in the wake of his performance in the 24-17 exhibition loos at Oak land Sunday. Holovak said he was impresse< by Mirabelle, especially the wa; he played ace pass receiver Ar Powell of the Raider*. "If Bobby continues to learn the way he has been he's fot a chance to become the first tryout candidate ever to win a regular berth," Holovak said. Other rookies singled out included receiver Art Graham linebacker Don McKftinpn and flanker back Al Snyder in addition to new tackle "Barring injuries to have a good ball club," Holovak said. He added the team still is having pass defense troubles and will work extra hard on that phase preparing for the exhibition against night. San Diego Saturday Rock Feature To Market Age SALEM, N,H. (AP)—A 9-to-l shot, Market Age, h»s won the featured Hancock Purse at Rockingham Park. Ridden by LeRoy Moyers, Market Age defeated Thimble by a nose while covering the mile and 70 yards in 1:43 4-5 Monday. Star of Pesaro was third. Market Age paid $20.80, $8.80 and $5.60. Tliimble returned $7.80 and $6.60 while Slar of Pesaro paid $4.40. The twin double paid $2,963.40 to 10 tieketholders. A crowd of 10,200 accounted fo a handle of $930,243. Hinsdale Results FIRST — Tina B. (Fenno) 9.80 4.80 3,20 Low Coast (Devine) 3.20 3.2C Ohio Demon (Kane) 4.00 SECOND — Direct Image (Mattison) 12.20 3.20 2,40 Lakeside Scott <Nason) 2.60 2.20 Brooke Scott (Pike) 2.40 Daily Double, Nos. 7 and 3 paid $126.20. THIRD — Mr. Pop (Nason) 18.60 7.40 5.00 Vionite (Cossette) 4.40 2.80 Dan's Blizzard (Foster) 9.20 FOURTH — Bailia (Davis) 14.20 8.80 7.20 Hester S. (Mowers) 4.SO 3.80 Nojrihwest Express (Oilman) 4.20 FIFTH — Bardwell (Oilman) 8.00 5.20 3.20 Oteca's Harry W, (McKenney) 15.60 5.00 Sunday Knight (Matlison) 5.80 SIXTH — Jinks Worthineton (Frisco) 8.40 4.40 3.60 Oremus (Nason) • 3,60 3.20 Janie Key (Bicke) 3.40 SEVENTH — Laura Hill (Collette) Champs Retain (Merchants Beat Scotch Foursome Bruno's Market Title at Adams In a Scotch Foursomes held at Forest Park CC, the tt»m of Mrs. Jean Zieba-WUliam Lin- •cott almoet unstated the oXend- ing champions M!M Pat P*rr«» Vrtd Zieba who woo tht event (or the second yetr in a row by one stroke, with a score of i2 ' The teams of Mrs. Muriel T»Va> res-Jim Kociela tied with the team of Miss J^* Curtin-Jack MeAndrtws (or third low grosi The team of Mra. Shirley Ponti Bob with Tied for second low net were teams of Mrs. Edith Astorlno- Joe Tavares; Gert Volpi-Frank Kro! with 31. Potter won firrt tow »et a score of 30. Third low net was won by ,Mn Lillian Liebioh-Frank Belanger „_-. Prl«s were distributed by Don Oakes. visiting golf pro, Tom Toskl of we're going Dalton who is also golf instructor at F. P. C. C. A luncheon and social was en- yed after golf, catered by Mr, ,nd Mrs. John Kalisz, Another event !a planned for September. : ootball Signup fpcnorrow Night Football news Is beginning to reep into the picture and the larksburg-Stamford.Florida Jim- team of the Berkshire County League has announced that a sign- p will take place on Wednesday oight from 7 to 7.30 o'clock at iriggsville School. All boys in the three towns In ie 9 to 14 age group who wish play Junior football this fall re asked to attend the enroll- lent session. Merchants beat Bruno's Market, 14-« in the Old Timers Softball League, Mori Fraednun getting the win, Tiny Riley and • Zlnk Qamari working the defeat. Riley walked two. . John Whitney and Bill Murphy hit boners, Cohen and Babau triples, B. Flaherty, Whitman, Tanner, Murphy, Giusti and Baben doublas. The line «cor»: Bruno's ... Merchants 030 106 no »- 6 eoo «-i4 13 17 9.BO 5.40 3.60 Counsel's Jim (Harp) 6.00 3.60 Sunny Key (Constantino) 4.4X) EIGHTH - GraUon Hall (Casline) 18.00 7.80 4.2C Texas Way (Gilman) 8.40 4.2C Sampson 'Frisco (Rankin) 3.2(1 NINTH — Price's Pride (Collette) 5.60 3.80 3,20 Terry C. (Lamb) 5.40 3.4< AJton Lydia (Drayton) 3.0( Attendance 2,256. Handle, >82, 919. League Leaders (Ky (Jic Associated Prcst) American League Batting (250 at bats) — Yastr- zeinski, Boston, .331; Kaline, Detroit, and Rollins, I>5innesota, .312. Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 72; Kaline, Detroit, and Tresh, New York, 87. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, and Kaline, Detroit, 70. Hits — Yastrzemski, Boston, 129; Kaline, Detroit, 125. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 31; Causey, Kansas City, 28. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, II; Hinlon, Washington, 10. Home runs—Allison and Killebrew, Minnesota, 25. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 27; Hinton, Washington, 19. Pitching (10 decisions) — Ha- Sporh Shorts WIMBLEDON, England (AP) Britain reigned today as tennis champion of Europe for the f!r»1 time in 90 years—and the fane started talking again erf the golden days of Fred Perry. Mike Sangsler, the 22-year-old star who revels in .a tight sltua tion, took Britain to a 3-2 victory over Sweden Monday and a place in the jnterzone finals of the Davis Cup. He defeated Sweden's Ulf Schmidt 7-6, 6-2, 9-11, 3-«, «-3 jn the last match of the European final. The last time Britain won the European Zone was in 1933 when Perry was in his prime,. Perry and his team went on to win the Davis Cup three times running. British tennis officials began tackling the problem of finding a venue for the next series. That will be in Britain against the winner of the American Zone- either the United States or Mexico, although the winner has to overcome Venezuela. • a * STOCKHOLM (AP) — A record 35 nations, including the United States and Russia, have entered the world weightlifling championships In Stockholm Sept. 7-13. NOTtCi TO OUR UAMftS It f* intc-ntfeti tW •v*ry cUttifi*d «d th«ll prcttn • el»ar it«t«m«nt of 4 ban* fid* offer m«d» in good faith. If you 'amwer any *d that mii»Tat»« th« fact you «r* «>k«d to report thii to Th* Transcript Claiiifiad Adv*rt!.tntj Department. W*Mt-A<J fanrk* MO 3.1741 1-ttKTMBFOUNI FOUND — Brown, black and whi Cocksr Spaniel. <tmal« w)tN brow collar, at corner of Liberty an Eagle sts. near Bruno's varlei Inquire 1C W»l«yen St. FOUND — SIAMESE CAT, male, clnlty of Pownal. Call S23.79 alter 6 p.m. LOOSE PANTHER by college, actua hoi/se cat (Gaylord). 404 Church St. Please retu OIT — Light blue parakeet 6 Thursdey. Vicinity of Weil Ma and Goodrich Streets. Reward. Ti MO 3.5453. NOTICE Is given that passbook 99661 Issued by the North Adams Koosa Savings Bank, has been lost o destroyed and said bank has bee asked to Issue a duplicate thereo 2-WTICES DRIVER NEEDED 1o tak* Expert Scouti to Algonquin Park in 0 liric, Canada, Aug, ]9, Expense pafd. Station wagon preferred. Se Mr. Hoy*, Trantc.lpt offfct in " am*. PILGRIMAGE, Labor Day •*••*. A rail to CanadTan Shrine*. Saptam bar 1 throijih Saptambar •. Mr OarfTi, MO 2-2429. 3-,WT!OH$ Hinsdale Entries FIRST— \ Kayri&ross 2 Steamboat Bill 3 Maryland Lillian 4 Miss Belty Scott 5 Yankee Sunset 6 Sunset Merl 7 Worthy Burma 8 Don Gallon SECOND— 1 Yankee Jo 2 Faber's Kalhy 3 Miss Rosaanne 4 Miss Jo 5 Nellie Breeze 6 Royal Win 7 Bortfarview Nettie B Mountain Grattan THIRD— 1 Little Qulckey 2 Verna Duke 3 Cousin Peg 4 Knight Patch 5 Hot Java 6 Woodlawn Jerry 7 Money Solicitor FOURTH— 1 Highland Nanna 2 Miss Surprise Mrr 3 Ensign Rose 4 Glory Wyn 5 Zelda C 6 Ginger Glowaway 7 Val Lnlrd 8 William's Sister FIFTH — 1 Volusia 2 Esquire Babe 3 Adiopola Yates 4 Shadydale Sue 5 Gay Yonder 6 Lebanon Boy 7 La Scotch 8 Abbe's Charm SIXTH— 1 Congress George 2 Mike's Counsel 3 Royal Earl 4 Volo M Spencer 6 Jody Direct 6 Dean Dudley 7 Gay Sherry 8 Esquire Kato SEVENTH— 1 Calumet's Hazel 2 Borderline 3 Onward Diamond 4 Malda 5 Flash Dares 6 Homestretch Dud* 7 Edgewc-od Clers ft Scftrway EIGHTH— 1 Burlington Star 2 Success Clyde 3 Indian Guide 4 Shindig 5 Princely Direct C Lonelre 7 Grotcn Boy * Mr. Flu NINTH— 1 Frosty Dares 2 Marshall Melody 3 Hnndy Rhythm 4 Roan Raider 5 Miss Millie Abbe 6 TJmely Twenty 7 Rogerdale t, Draytorv I. Fosl> R. Howari L, M. Buckley E. Burgess F. Parke A. Nasor V. Horvalh A. Coope W. Chapdelalne D, Devine B. Pik C. Mallison W. Silk Jr F. Carlucc C. Burgess E. Oilman N. Watson D. Hamm R. Collette W. Collins F. Blake H. Harp R. Howarc W. Collins H, Hiitr A. Naso C. Mattisoi R. Rankl R. Cornellitr fc~. Burgess Harp olbath C, Somervlll* C, Mattlson £. Oilman L. Drayton M. Beckwlth H. Motsllf W. Silk Jr. R. Fenno E. Burgess A, Wllsey Jr. I. Foster R. Fenno I. Foster G. Sheehy Jr. 0. Prke W. Padgett R. Rankin R. Pane G. Harp Jr. R, Collette I. Berg A. Nason H. DeWoll Sr. 1. Fnslar I;'. Gilman C. SomervJIle datz, Boston, 12-J, .857; Ford, New York, 15-5, .782. National Lt»f\ie Bailing (250 at bain) — Groat, it. Louis, .344; Cleipenle, Pills- burgh, ,334. Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 81; Flood and White, St. Louu, and days, San Francisco, 80, Runs batted In — Aaron, Milwaukee, 92; White, St. Louis, 78. Hits—Groat, St. Louis, 154; Pinson, Cincinnati, 142. Doubles—Groat, St. Louli 33; Pinson, Cincinnati, 31. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; Brock and Williams, Chicago, Callison and Gonzalez, PhiladeV phta, and Groat, Javier and White, St. Louis, 7. Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 33; Aaron, Milwaukee, 31. Stolen bases—Pinson and Robinson, Cincinnati, and WilU, Los Angeles, 24. Pitching (10 decisions)—Maloney, Cincinnati, 17-3, .850; Perra- noski, Los Angeles, 10-2, .833. Saratoga Entries D. Bromley D. Corneau H. Kyer C. Bogardus G. Chretien L, Aitken D. Hulf C. Kelly D. Bromley C. Dean D. Fraslei M. Akoury Jr E. Maltucc K. Sharer P. Oalley H. Dancer Jr C. McQuigge E, Fuss R. Hdurlnan f). Hamilton L. Bo M. Akoury Jr Ga. Garnsey C. Ptckham H. Hoy R. Hourlhan FIHST— 1 Perry C. 2 Topaz Warrior 3 Rebel Land Roble 4 Bonny B. Good 5 Glib Wick 6 Dona Anthony 7 Susan Dana 8 BoofuE SECOND — 1 Shadydale Gleam 2 Knabe 3 Lindi's Dee 4 McDale Melburn 5 Bar Boy 6 Harvay's Girl 7 Dailey Pick 8 Apothecirlus THIRD— 1 R. C. S. 2 Candle Pete II 4 Little Phonk 5 Faberetle 6 Tonlo Ranger 7 R>y Nibble 8 Mamie's Pride FOURTH— 1 Venus Scott 2 Amber's Star 3 Kissin Cousin 4 Not Yet • 5 Adlos elyrd 6 Buddy Comet 7 Knight Yeado 8 Reef Top Forbes FIFTH— 1 Alex Song Anne's Boy e 4 Gay Evelyn 5 Dick Hither i Timmie Fen Little Victor 8 Julian's Away SIXTH— 1 The Boss 2 Jackie D. 3 Ellen's Adlos 4 Lusty Lawrence 5 Forbes Rosecroft 6 Rebel Land Chick A. Wllsey J' DETROIT (AP)_Bob Schefflng, ousted last June u manager of the Detroit Tigers, will be one of the club's pl«y-by-play announcer*, next season. e * e TOLEDO, Ohio (AP)—Four professionals and four amateurs were shooting today to retain for the United States Its golf dominance over Canada in the seventh annual International Cup. matches over the Sylvania Country Club course. The U.S. team has won the cup In four of the six previous matches and has a fine group to compete with Canada's golfers thla time. The eight prog will share a purse of iS,090, with the winners collecting $750 each and the losers AUCTION King's Auction Confer Stamford, Vt. Wed., Aug. 7, Starts 7 P.M. Partial [iifing: M & A old doubf hi.r*J ihotgun, nfc« m*pl» chain 1 modfrrn blond bsdreom ttti com , BW cfiafri, ioyi, t«t of 5 tntiqu booki, gard«n tool old tFtMf muilc, trunlci, r*)<4!oj, jugj croclcg, old clocks fflcluding c«Un da clo eT«cb, boolcc*i«s, ch painfr *nfiqu» «ndlr«ns, nic« •!•< grifl, rugi, complale dfning raor set, many more items coming J daily, many surprises. Auction h*|d iruide, rain or thin* Edison C. King, Auctioneer ^-SERVICES gettinf $500. The match play, beat ball pro- amateur affair will start with pro Gay Brewer Jr. and amateur Riger McManus lor the United States going against Canadian pro Alvle Thompson and amateur Gordon MacKtnzie. • t (AP) - His 13 home rung and 27 runs batted tn during July earned Willie Me- Covey a citation as th« National League's Player of the Month. The' San Francisco outfielder got 27 votes in the monthly poll a a cotnrnitlee of baseball writer* and sportscastera. His neares competitors, pitchers Johnny Podres of Los Angeles and Jim Maloney of Cincinnati, receiver. 10 and 6 votes, respectively. Saratoga Results FIRST- On The Line (Rolz) 13,10 n.20 5.60 Charisma (Ussery) 8.60 4.80 Genjes Pride (Hernandez) 8.50 SECOND- a-High Stratus (Rotz) 7.10 3.90 2.90 Oui Madame (Anderson) 5.30 3.60 Poor Loser (Ruahe) 5.10 Factory Tra'm«d SERVICE On L*WR M*war*r O u t b » • r < Moton, Go-C*rt», Snow Blowtri find All Ty»«i of Small G<t*Jin« Et^lnts «nrf El*crric*/ AppIFincti COUNTRY PEDLAR State Road, WilliamifowR AL'* TrJCKINQ — Ashet and rubbish removed. Old 3-5490. Al LepeL Indlen Beach SEVENTH— . Poor Johnnie ! Gold Ber i May Doll . Bountiful 5 AdFo* Agnes ' Miss Ches Sue Bonny Fen Audey Hanover EIOHTH— Topaz Sue Derk Goose Generay flyrrf Town Gossip YenKee Sis Success Major Laird Peter Elvln 'Rosecroft NINTM— Little Rusty Mies Vonda Reldle Wick Meadow Mac Lady Pace Shadydale Sparhy Little Tarian Butternut Everett G. Bel D. Wilson H. Geodsel D, Bromley C. Oby F, LIvinESlon J. Dodge 6. Hi;If .'. Richards Ga. Garnsey D. ^Bromley C. Bogerdui R. Hamilton W. Arthurs P. Dailey M. Bloodgood W. Lamb A. Nazariin R. McDonald H. Goodsel H. She lei C. Oogardus 0. Broffiley W. current K. Heeney 0, Cornetu R. KOM G. Kazmeler R. Pvnn T. Valent* D. Begin K. Willia H. Ooods.ii E. Moore S. kell R. Hinds A. Schmlgal M. Akour: C. •y Kel illy C. Bogerdus Dally Double (*-l> Paid THIRD— Hustle (McDonald) 23.20 5.70 3.50 Sinn Feiner fAitcheson) 3.40 3.10 Jumping Man (Mahoney) 4.30 FOURTH— Happy Summer (Fox) 36.80 14.70 5.40 Qubama (Baeza) 5.90 3.90 Klacl Oal (Guertn) 4..60 FIFTH- High Street (Rotz) GAGLIARDI'S Major Appliance Service Automatic Washers, a Specialty 9.11 Union St. North Adarr MO 3-3746 4.60 3.40 2.90 5.10 3.80 5.80 Highly Born (Ussery) Princess Fleet (Adams) SIXTH- Talk Time (Gustines) 13.10 5,90 4.70 Lous Hildy (Ussery) 7.10 5.00 Aces Swinging (Rotz) 4.70 SEVENTH- Delirium (Baeza) 9.?0 6.00 4.40 Traffic (Ycaza) 8.00 4,50 Golden Louis (Woodbouse) 4.60 EIGHTH- Rocky Thumb (Gilligan) Will I Rul* (Baeza) 11.90 5.50 3.90 3.30 2.80 Hoist Him Aboard (Ycaza) 3.70 NINTH- Bonzo (Gustines) g.JO 4.30 3.20 DQ-Landlord 3d (Adams) LJmpkin (Baeza) 7.30 4.00 3.20 Adamt Babe Ruth HOOMC Val^y-FInt N»tlon»l Bank 10, Albert's Hardware Adami Super Markets 3, first t*m« of trie championship series. The second game will be play, •d tonight at Renfrew Field. If a third ganvi is r«quired H will b* played tomorrow night St 6 Q'clock also on Renfrew Field. T>lck Harrington was the win- nlng pitcher last night, Al Cirone took the loss, I. E, GARDNER Home Improvement Roofing, Siding, flutters, Chimneys, Masonry, Painting and Tree Removal. Work guaranteed, fully 4rv sured. MO 34739. CUT GRASS. Power machinery Ing, flower beds, raklnf. Ci time. MO 3-3912. Weed II any EXCELLENT PIANO TUNIrt*) — Cat Peebles Jewelry, MO 3-7215. K. O, . Devle, FLOORS SANDED and H. Dupee, 743-5085. JOT IT DOWNI Remember III Fa kitchen chair upholstering and up holslery • Dial Plttslield HI 34927 OLD FLOORS MAOC LIKE NEW. landing and raflnlshlng. Floor* installed Pittstleld Floor fending Co. Free estlmetes given. Cal! 743-2528. CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Aluminum Product* A. DeSANTY ALUMINUM CENTER Expert Repairs on Aluminum Windows and Screens Our Only Business Since 1952 174 Stale Rd. MO 3-852' Auto Service GEORGE'S TIRE, RADIATOR 4 BODY WORKS, INC. Bring us your radiator troubles 20 Porter St. ' North Adams MO 3-752E BlcydM NEW and USED Bicycles and Repairs LEO'S VARIETY and BIKE SHOP 122 Cole Ave.. Willlarnstcwn GL 8-3343 Fuei Oil BETTI OIL CO 160 Houghton St. North Adams MO 2-2535 Hurting Honws HOMESTEAD NURSING HOME Mrs. Eva Oargle, Proprletoi 215 East Main St. MO 3-6S85 RICHARDSON REST HOME Mrs. M. Richardson, Proprietor 767 So. Church St. MO 3-801S ON Burner Service IERTOLI OIL CO. 12! Versatile* Ave North Adams MO 3-atOC GL 8-3019 rlumklittj and Hearirxj ALBERT OF.LISLE A CO. 3 Dean SI. Ada Adams 743-1565 Rubber Stamp* & Supplies NORTHERN BERKSHIRE MFG. CO. Inc. Rubber Sta Martina Device* Supplies and Enajrtve*] Nameplates 7* Bracewell Ave., cor. Noiigliton St North Adam* MO 4-9*03 Stamps ies and E IfRKSHIRE CAMPCR'S »AHS A RENTALS It Qrm St. After 5 p.m. and Sat. Apecrta and HI-Le T re Han Reiervetlons New (Mini Accepted Travel traitor* In many size* and *tyl**. MS MOHILEHOMES Mohawk Trail School Starts So&n- Check the Classified Ads For Smart Buys MO r*o.u**t MOT RAY-S ANTENNA MRVKC No. Hooue Rd, GL • UM Willlamatewn 5-HELP WAMTU MJUf Noun MUt, se stops <felly. Ml week to start. Musi (UK* car. Ca Ml 3-4(44. WANTED — Active retired nun W reference* for retail ules, Inqtl! CENTER SPORTS, tt Main St. 6-MP WAKTED fTMALf AVON COtMITICl — The Demand f Avon In North Aderna, Hanc Clirltsbun and vicinity provides cellent e a r n I n f opportunity housewives. No experience naces s.ry. Act at crKe. Phone ptttsfU 442-1 11* or writ* Marlarta Tuttt Box Ittl, Lenc-fc Mass. •ART TIME flENERAL OfFrCt only 2-) hours a dey< Mature retired person preferred. Wri Transcript Box 141, Adami. TOY PARTY DEMONSTRATOR* Men or Women work now until D cember. Over 500 Toy & Gift Item High Commissions. Na collecting. dellverini. Call or write SANTA PARTIES, INC., Avon, Conn. Tel phene: 673-3207, evenlnis tJi-ttl TWO HOURS A WEEK s all It likes to run a shopping clu or a few friends. You set $25 I name brands free In 10 weeks. Sen or catalog and details, Alice W lami, Popular Club Plan, Dept. HB04 .ynbrook, N, V. 8-SITUAT10HS WANTED WASHING! IROMINCI In ffly home Reasonable prices. Will pick t and deliver, MO 3-3318 anytime. WILL CARE FOR CHILDREN In home by day or hour. Adjolnin Braytonvllle playground. Calj 2-2289. HMNSTROCTIOK RIVATE INSTRUCTIONS. Piano ( plarto accordion. Call Adams 74: 1129 between 5 and A p.m. 11-LIVESTOCK AND PETS AKC BEAOLt PUPPIES—hunting stock Yirk K'nl, Shelbume, Mass. M 5-6195. :LEVER, YOUNG, malt Boxer; ham some German Shepherd; Reg. Bea gles; Shepherds; Ter/iers; Cockers Poodles. Many J5.00 puppies PHLOXLAND, Mohawk Trail, Charle mont. >OaS AND CATS boerded. Will a Way Farm, Clarksburg, MO 2-2566 NICE PRETTY KITTENS, house broken looking for good home. Call MO 3-9672 anytime, 12-MERCHANDISE FOR SALE he boot Clarklburo., Met!., The And Now, 174? to IU2 priced '2.50 par copy, Reiarved copie 2.00. Limited quantity. Will b, viilabl* Thursday, August I, t< a picked up at BrigaivilJa Sfon r Earl Tayior'i Red Milli Store Clarksburg, Earl'i Flying A, How nd Ave., Adarrti. ALED HAY In the field or delivers et reesonable price. Tel. CL 8-5300 EAUTIFUi. BIKCN rocker. Like new. 2532. vinyl platform 130. Call 743 LECTRIC STOVE, apartment slie. Ex cellenl condition. 743.1311. FRIQIDAIRC- ELECTRIC STOVE, 30' and Frf|ldalre wishing machine both 3 years old. Also other house hold turn Hurl. Call MO 3-3519 any time. DEL OIL TANK, 275 (al. capacity tankleis heater, 6 gal. Both in ver> good condition. Reasonable. Inquir 121 Brooklyn St. after 4 p.m. ULL LINE of Well and Floor cov erlngs. Do It yourself or we Infta RUDNICK CO., 136 Ashland St. Tel. MO 3.5107. AOLIARDI'S — Better Ltstd Appliances -T- Large selection — Uj to 0 months guarantees. Rebull washers a specialty 3Sc and SOc meter plan available on new used appliance*, QAQLIAROI'S Inc. »-U Union St. MO 3-3746. "Sciv Ice After Sales." ARDEN TRACTOR £ HP with elec trie starter and 36" rotary mower pneumetic. tires, other accessories mallablt. Cost 1659 will sell fo >500. Only 2 months eld. Must sell moving. Call QL 8-4517. OOK IEFORC YOU iuri Y.u be the judge. Then count your sevJngs, Al new merchandise. Parlor acts maple den sets, bedroom aete, kil chen sets, wool rugs, congoleums mattresses and box springs. Loun gers, swivel and platform rockers Hundreds of more Items. Never un dersold. ALSO TOP QUALITY used furniture and appliances bough and sold. KING'S AUCTION CEN TER, Stamford, Vt. Tel. OX 4-126» Open 6 day* a week. 10 A.M. to S P.M. Clos*d Mondays. ODERN BEAUTY SALON equlpmen Ilka new, excellent buy. Call GL 8-3730 for Information. EED MONEYf We buy anything and everything. Will also sell anything on consignment. COUNTRY PED LAR, Stale Road, Wllliamstown. ED RASPBERRIES Pick your own, JOHN GVYOZDZ, Fales Road, East Cheshire, 300 yards off Rout> 116. CEL TYPE LAWNMOWER, used very little. Si. 8-3655. HE THE NEW 1963 Johnson Motors, also fishing boats'and trailers. Complete line of fishing rods, reels, fishing boots, vests and creels. Live crawlers. Golf clubs A carts. Baseball gloves, shoes bats and balls. Big line of guns and ammo. Binoculars, sleeping bags and eompliij tents, and many other Items for the true sportsman. We take guns in trade or buy them outright. BILL'S SPORTINQ GOODS, il State St., North Adams. Tel. MO 3-7*45. AUFFER POSTURE REST Horn* Re. ducer-Rftlaxer and exerciser, like new. Will sell hall.price, $145. MO 3-3482 after 3 p.m. NNIS RACKETS, »1,69 up to J2S: tennis balls, 40c; bowling shoes for men and women, i3.B9; Brunswick bowling balls, »24.*9; »3.58 bowling oag [with ball) 94c; styrofoam swim boards,, 75c up; canoe paddles, $1,91 up; oars J6.95 pair A up; life preservers for edults end children Coast Guard approved: picnic bas k«l! with dishes, $6.95 sat; tennis t»ck«U restrung 13.4S 1* }5.95: Coleman stoves and lanterns re. paired; fish rode rewound. CENTER SPORTS. 29 Vein St. Cash paid for used guns, portable typewriters and golf clubs. HREE PIECE PARLOR SET, two end tables, 9x12 braided rug. Many other ankles. MO 3 «742. S, JTtAM BOILIR and burner. 7 rftdlatora, all plplnc for 7 raom reuse, 74S.JS90, J3CO APPLIANCE SALE. Refrlgtr. tors, $10, »16, t25, guaranteed. Television Mts, $10 and up. Also washors, ranges and dryers, CEN> TRAL RADIO CO., Roberta Drive. rurwairr AMANA ntttzsn, Ib. capacity, excellent condition. Best offer. Call MO 3-50M. METAL BEOS, twin eli«, *7.00 each; 2 snow tires. 14" with rims, $11,00; t 4:70-15 tires. $12.00; kitchen set. $10.00; 1 rollaway twd, $11.00; 2 metal cabinet*, $5.00 each; electrk stove, $50.00; cocktail bar, $20.00; 3 maple chairs, $4.00 each; I lureau, $10.00; 2 bureaus, small, ^3.00 each; 12 cu, ft. Kenmors refrigerator, $125.00; also other er. Ides. S Albert St.. Adams, Mass. lei. 743-OMt 3:30 p.m. lo t;M p.m. I2-4EBWNKE FN SALE if KMT wtth tftlUr, Mu*4 •« - t» b* appreciated. tJSO. 743-»2T» JO- PRAM end motor. »100. C*U 1 LAJMC OAS HEATER. excoUsnt c drttort. 1 smaller Oas Heater, |l t. Call QL MJ31. 13-MB.OUM6EVJ.inD A CALL PAYS CASH FOR ALL KINDS Of JUNK NORTH ADAMS JUNK CO. TEL. MO 3-9407 CASH FOR contents of stores, horn* fumrturt, old coins and fold tlquet. Tel. 743-1462. •UV ALL MHO* OF JUNK. Hi.he* price paid for newspapers. Her Patasrinlck, MO 38993 E*tw**fl 4 p.m. Cover Adams, Wllliamstow Stamford, HMD MONEY — Soil rrw yovr hous hold furnishings, attic content picture frames, old dishes, SWE NETS USED FURNITURE. II ~ St. MO 2-2M1. WE PAY CASH (or uied funs er tek them tn tr«e. BILL'S SPORTIN GOODS, 3-76*3. 310 State tt,, Call M WHAT NOT SHOP. We buy and s* new and used furniture, Be prices paid. MO 41139. 160 E«» Street. 14-HOUSES FDR RENT OUR ROOMS AND BATH. Stov* h«a Hot w.it«r. Houchton Strwt. AduJi pr«f*rrtd. MO 3-86/8. OR RENT, S room heuM In Sout WiflJjmitown, occupancy Auguc 1Mb Jnqulr* P. O. Box «§ WIINi town, N WILUAMITOWN — 6 Room STngl Campus. Jmmeoi rent er sale. Call , n*ar Coll*« ccupancy. Fe _ _ GL 6-4204, IS-fllMBHEDlPUniEllTS REAL ESTATE MART 1 Featurlrt? ttia Bait Real Ejtate Valu*t tn | Northern Berkshire 20-HOUSES FOR SALE SELL OR RENT, ! room house-trail* In Wllllamstown. Call MO J-7382. TWO ROOM FURNISHED apsrtmen Wllllanistown. All utilities furnished GL WILLIAMSTOWN — 2V, rooms, fir inly. GL 8-4656, tloor. Adults ROOM FLAT, Steve Call MO 3-7383. ',£ ROOM furnished apartment, ho and cold water. Ges, electricit] heat. '21 Qulncy St. Cell MO 3-3601 E UNfURNFSKED APARTMENTS DAMS: 7-room stove heeted apar men! with bath, off Summer Stree' Parking for 1 car. Adurta preferred $45 monthly. Contact Sawyer Boll vert. Realtor. Adam* 743-0034. DAMS — Attractive 5 room upeta! apartment, residential aectlon. Oi heat and hot water. Adultt only Call Sawyer Bolivert, 743-0034. DAMS: 13 Summer St., 5 upltelrt rooms.* Heat, hot water, carage Adults only. Available Sept. i. 743 3161. DAMS — 4 room epartmertt, heel hot water, utilities. Inq. 33 Victor St. alter 6:30. 743-9545. DAMS r 6 Room Apartment, furnaCL he<l, cenlral. Available Sept. Ut 743-3375 between 546 p.m. 1VE ROOM APARTMENT, North Hoi den. Hardwood 1 floori. Oil heat. ' water. Adulu only. MO 3-3470. IVE ROOM UPSTAIRS apartment Stove heat. Good condition. Nee Sprague'l. 4-9154. 82 Beaver Street. MC OUR ROOM FLAT — Clean. Adults Sieve heat. 17.50 weekly. Nee Main Street. Telephone MO 3.7221 anytime. N WILLIAMSTOWN, Hoxeey St. <Z) 3 room apartments, furnished o unfurnished. Cell Bennlncton, 442 2908. EWtr PAIKTCD <lx rooms .nd bath 2 Winter Street, Adarm. Adurt. preferred. 743-2090, hit big eeirifortable white Colonial home, that'* a grand place for a rowing family. Hera ti en older type home which hai juit been "MOD- RNIZED." Spacfoui and orecioui riving room with ffreplece, leparat* ring room, kitchen with breakfair nook, 4 bedroomi with rnod'ern «th, it alia hei en expemion attic for 2 bedroomi, with plumbing to OOT that li reedy for *n eictre bathroerrt. You will find that it hat a atural wood flniih, beautiful (loon, concrete cellar, ell copper tub ng, new wiring, a rialf bath. Heat, hot w(ter with oil (Crane Boiler) beautiful porch. Excellent opportunity for e good buy. Price and lorfgag* terms make thlt a home you can't afford to'miii. or an appointment call IX ROOM APARTMENT. Heat and hot water furnished. Shower. Centrally located. MO 3-9005 after e p.m. WO APARTMENTS at 4 Miner Street One three room and bath, one si: room and bath. Stove heat. Avail able for Immediate rental. MO 3-3747 before 7 p.m. GAGLIARD AND COLLINS REAL ESTATE. ILLIAMSTOWN — Southworth St. — 2 room apartment, kitchen equip ped with range, refrigerator and disposal. Heat and hot water fur nished. Shower, tile bath. Private entrance. Call GL 8-3234 alter p.m. ROOM APARTMENT, centrally lo ceted. 2nd Floor, no yurd, J27.50 Call Adams 743-0478. ROOMS, Steam heated, newly deco rated, residentiary location. Adult only. Call MO 4-9400. ROOM APARTMENT, enclosed porch stove heat. Adults preferred. Wai mil St. Call MO 3-8939 after p.m. ROOM APAItTMENT, ground floor All hardwood floors, afove heat Available Sept. 1st, 2«S State St Adulu only. MO 3-7654. ROOM APARTMENT, near schools and Spragim. Inquire In person 185 Houghtort Street. ROOM TENEMENT, hardwood floors, stove heal. Arlults only. Call MO 2-2800 between S i I p,m. ROOMS AND BATH, HowlanrJ Ave., Adams. 743.1439 after 4 p.m. Saturday. ROOMS with bain, avillabl* at 4 Mrner St. on or about June 21. Easy to heat, low rental. MO 3-374S, 17-ROOMS FDR RENT IE COMBINATION ROOM Union St., Call MO 2-2631. LEASANT ROOMS for rent. 6 Qulncy St., 3 minutes to Main St. OOM, RENT FREE to woman or girl. Only requirement must sleep in nice home. 743-0267. OOM «, POARD. Single and double rooms. "The PJnea Lodge" Call 8-»155. ROOMS TO RENT ~ Light house keeping if desired. Inquire Dunn, 244 E. Main St. Tel. MO 49180 or MO 3-6631. 24-AUTOS AND TRUCKS JEEP is an Ideal second cer and H pays tor Itself. Come to Jeep Headquarters for the (acts. FRANK'S MOTOR SALES, 615 Ashland St., North Adams. MO 2-2981. LWAYS a good selection of used curs. BREWER BROS., 277 Ashland St. CK SCARAFONI FORD, Your one stop shopping center for FORD. 179 State Rd., North Adams, MO 36516. .SY COMFORT on you and your pocketbook Is yours with a f963 OOOQE. WINDSOR MOTORS, 100 Union St., North Adams. MO 3-1(00. Open evenings. For a GOOD WILL used car See MOHAWK MOTORS iln and Marshall Sts. MO 3-3729 CORVAIR MONZA, 3 speed stick. Excellent condition. Will accept highest bid over H.875. MO 3-7846. M2 TEMPEST Sport Coupe, lent condition. Cell MO 4-9511. «*2 VALIANT 2 door, beige, one owner, heater, snow tires, stand- rd, 19,000 miles, Al condition. $1.600. GL I-403S. M2 VOLKSWAOtN Sedan. Eicellent condition. Very clean. Call MO 3-9134. 9M CHEVROLET Impala 4 door hardtop, 6 cylinder, automatic, power steorlng, radio artct heater. Real sharp. CARM CANCRO Motor Silas, 429 Curran Hwy., MO 2-2SOC. MO DOME 4 door sedan. Automatic, power steering, power brakes, radio and healer, good condition. GL MO SABRE BUICK. A-l condition, One owner, 4-door. Owner leevlng town. 743-390> evenings. I 24-MITOS MO TUCKS 1KW FOftD Station Wagon. Very food condition. $1,100. 195t CADILLAC Sedan DeVllte. Exceptional, raeemll . Lookt KM- rum l*e a Cadll- lloned. _ . ._ . j*c should. Can b* purchased for lest than cost of reconditioning, THE SPRUCE* office. 195» POWTUC Catalan*, 4 door hard top. Pmisfr steering, power brakes, A-l condition. Asking »12»S. wil consider offer. 20 Notch ftoad, Adams 7430154. W> fONTIAC, power Mutated, 4' door htrdtop. Al condition. Will take what dealer will allow m* i trade-In, $1,095. Call 743-0154. I9M FONTIAC Slatlonwagon. Hydra matk, 4 door. Radio, heater, power •tearing and brakes. Call 743-19M. 19M t|MCA 4 door sedan. MO 3-C4I*. >»H DC *OTO 4 Door Sedan, automatic. PCDIRCINI'S AUTO SALES, 417 Curran Hwy,, opposite WMNB Call MO 2-2*20 or MO 387(4. l»5» PLYMOUTH. 6 C; ejard. »2»S7 DROWn 1 . . Rd., Chohira. 74S-9431. Cylinder, 'NES, V . SUn Windsor )*** HCNAULT OAUPHINE, 4 door sedan, new motor job. Good condition. Price J300. Call MO 3-6656. 1957 CHEW WAOON, 6 Cylinder, Standard. 1395. DROWNES, Windsor ltd., Cheshire. 743-9431. 1957 DOtXtt, 2 Door Station Waion. Beautiful, 2 tone blue, $795. Call YOU CAN SELL It ON THIS PAOE 24-WnSMIMm 1959 FORD Galaxii 500 4-Door Hardtop. Radio and H««ttr. V-8 Automatic. Excellent Cond tion. Many More Can and Truekt to Choot* From ADAMS AUTO CO. 72 Columbia St., Adamt Dial 743.0204 I958FORDSKYLINER Pow*r Storing. Cruisomati Tr«n»minion. Radio an Hearir. Excalltnt Condition Muit b. told. All Rsaionabl* o(f*rs eontidtred. MO 3-7771 57 FORD, 4 door, V8, 9 passenge wagon. QUALITY AUTO SALES, 65 Cur,in Hwy. MO 3-3861. $12,500 A. SCAVO REAL ESTATE BROKER Dial MO 3-?3«0 F«r FOR SALE CLARKSBURG WAS $7,500 NOW $6,900 Empty * Room Home Good Condition, Playroom Cel er, Hardwood Floors, Corn pi «t ath, Sun Porch, North Adams Wa and G... Tairei Only JH5.SO Owner Leaving Town and Want Quick Sale. Want to Look ert< Make en Offer? WILLIAMSTOWN i New 5 Room House, Acre lend Basement Gerage, 220 Wirinr us Gas, Complete Insulation 'uminum Windows and Doors, Oi •(eat Cost $160 Yearly. Asking It.TOO. W. MAIN ST. Coiy S Room Home, Oil Furnace Heat. Fenced In Yard, for i.SOO. Also a Modernized 2 Family House, Oil Furnace Heat For nly »8,900. FRANK ROCHE AGENCY TEL. MO 3-5515 EVENINGS MO 3-8866 CHESHIRE SOUTH STREET — Exceptional!; qracioul large 7-room Colonia Home. Oil net weler heal, {ire place, 3 or 4 bedrooms, larg open porch, garags. Exlremel' well landicaped lot 85*175 feet 1943 <s««l $441. Price J!6,?00 Sign on property. WINDSOR ROAD — Large plai tered rancher. 26x40 feet, 3 bed roomi, hof water baiaboard )ieat Basement garage. Exceptionalli well built. Lot 132x140 {eat, I9o3 raxe., J4I3. Price $15,500. Coulc not be reproduced at this cost. Sign on property. MEADOWVIEW DRIVE — Modified 5-room Caps Cod with 2-ltal garage. A quality tuilf home wirh- easy wallcing distance ol churches and the school. Parquet Floors throughout. Lot 10x130 feet. I»o3 taxes, $403. Price $16,900. Sign on property. LANESBORO ROAD — Small 5- oom ranch situated on a lot 150 x 50 feel. Would make an ideal entrally located home for a small amily. 1963 taxes. $333. Price 11,900. :EE ONE OR ALL OF THESE HOMES SIMPLY BY CALLING— SAWYER BOISVERT, Realtor Phon« Adamj 743-0034 DAMS — 7-7 Duplex. Rental Income pays mortgage. Ideal location. Priced lo sell. 743-0246., MODERN FIVE room ranch In ex cellent neighborhood tor children with little traffic, large kitchen, three nice bedrooms and full dry basement. QL S-4795. No agents. ORNER OF NORTH and Cady Streets Seven room rnedernlifid house and garage. Exceptional condition. Prlc ed lo sell. Telephone MO 3-5146. ROOM RANCH at 24 Watson Street, near Greylock School, For more Information, call MO 3-9980. FO« SALE »r OWNER—Comfortable, well bulrt 7 room house. All modern conveniences, choice neighborhood, near schools. Call MO 3-3519 anytime. WILLIAMSTOWN — < Room Single House, heated garage, near College Campus. Immediate occupancy. For rent or sale. Call GL 8-4J04. X ROOM COTTAGE on Veaile Street. All modem oil steam heat. Approximately ',4 acre of land Call MO 3-6S21 •HE SPTtUCtES" has several prospects welting to sell their houses before moving Into the par*. The listings are tree to anyone — no commissions Involved. ROOM HOUSC FOR SALE. Closets new oil not water heat, 2-cer g< rag*, workshop, trMS, terrlot, far. dene, large lot. Priced to Mil. ~ Alger St., Adams. 743-1149. VACATION TtM«! NEED MORE CASH? GET IT TODAY- THE WANT AD WAY. DIAL MO J-J7sI 22-MDBILEHOMES THE SPRUCES is the only Mobilehome park in North Eastern United States that has the highest possible rat Ings - - • Woodall's Five Stars and The M. H. M. A. Gold Star. 960 LIBERTY MOBILEHOME, 50x10, like new. Reasonably priced. May be seen at 2 Edward Avenue, Adams, or telephone 743-2090. 23-REAt ESTATE WANTED AA-ABODE ABLE to be sold yell We neve cash customers for 1, 2, 3 or 4 family houses. Phone us now T. F. Roche Agency. Oiel MO 3-5515 or-MO 3.8866. ACREAGE, Bunfralows, Camps, DLI plexes, Farms. Houses. Lots, GENOVESE BROKER, Tel. 743-1281. BUILOINQ LOTS wanted. Call Campoli Construction Company. MO 3.380.8, •UTINOt SELLING? RtNTINOr Cook's Reel Estate and Rental Service 1360 S. Church St.. MO 3-9382, S TOUR HOME FOR SALE! Try the JAMES MANUEL AGENCY. You'l be glad you did. Phone MO 3-9166 anytime, LIST YOUR PROPERTY with me! Leo Mastrolennl Real Estate Broker, 18 Dover St., MO 2-2793. SOLDI Ye» — the larger part ot o I latino have been sold. We n» • II type* ot homes In Adams anc Cheshire — eepielally 2, 3 and 4-bedroom singles which are In arrvat demand. For aelectrve handl Ing ot your horn*, phone SAWYER •OlSVtRT, REALTOR. Adams 7430034. (WANTED: 3 or 4 bedroom house or apartment In North Adams or vicinity. Call MO 3-9401 anytime. WHY NOT list your property with Gallup-DlclH: Four salesmen. Gallu'p-Dfcli.iy Real Estate and Insurance Agency. 24-4OTOS AW TRUCKS r«l "III K4 • rMl kewf out of drMn| one of our July 4th UMd C»r Specials, w« have Whlstl«r» t Bengerl end Sparklers, • couple of Sceoten »nd • rtil bomb or two, Check tbeM •nd com* up & try the on« you lik< •t the "Hom« of Fair Plav". E. J. ROBERTS t SON, INC Jacksonville, Vermont Phone Empire 8-2318 NEW '63 Jeep Dispatcher Convertible top t top boot whrtewalla, heat' er. A fine second ur—economy cal and sturdy— only (1795 • 13 Demo tolge Impale 4dr. V* H'dtop 62 Moiua Convertible, 4 epe*d, cream with black top, very fancy. 62 Corvalr Deluxe wagon P.O. 2,000 mile*. 62 Corvalr Coupe 4 So. Trent, Fold seat (2 Chev. 2 dr. Radio, Neater, Poil- tractlon. Ford Gelaxle Convertible, clean. 61 Cadillac Conv. Black, Real sharp. 61 Rambler Clastic Super Wagon Sid. 61 Chev. Conv. Red 6 cyl. Overdrive. •1 Plymouth 4 dr. Belvedere Sid. Shllt 61 Corvafr 700 Coupr, Powergllde. 61 Chev. 4 dr. Wgn. 6 Sid. Green. (0 Chev. Wgn. V8-9 Pas. Powerglide 50 Chev. Wgn. 6 Sid. 4 dr. Red. 60 Chev. Impala Coupe 4 Sp. Tram. 60 Chev. Impala 4 dr. V6 P.O. 60 Willys 4 wheel drive Wagon 1, now to Corvalr 4 dr. Std. shift, Slue. 59 Oldl 4 dr. Radio, Hydramatlc. 5? Chev. Impala VB sport coupe, f.G. 59 Chev. V8 Impala * dr. P.G. Black 9 Chev. Impala Sport Sedan, V8, automatic, low mileage. 59 Ford Ranchwigon V8 Blue i, While 59 Ford Gslaxle Hardtop V8 Auto, 58 Corvette Conv. 3 Sp. Trans, Nice. 58 Oldsmobite 4 dr. Hyd. Radio. S8 Ford VB Fairlane 4 dr. Auto, 58 GolJath Wagon fa scooter!}. 57 Plymouth 4 dr. V8 Std. Trans. 57 Chev. 4 dr. VB Powerglide. 56 Olds. Hardtop, a good one. 53 Willys 4x4 Wagon 4 Plow. 52 Wlllyt 4x4 Wagon 6 cyl. 51 Willys 4x4 Wagon lor Fishermen. TRUCKS >0 Chev. Suburban A good school bus. 59 Chev. 3 /< ton stake, Hard to find. 59 Wlllyt 4x4 Pickup, Gray. 59 ford 4x4 Dump Body Pfckup. 56 Int. Pickup, Runs real well, 55 Wlllyt Stake Pickup 4 7' plow, 54 Int. 4x4 2 yd. Dump & Plow, 52 Ford Pickup 6 cyl. Good. 957 MERCURY Slatlonwagon. 9 pet- enger, $795. Call MO 2-2177. 950 CHEVROLET 14 ton pick-up. Telephone MO 3-5045. 932 FORD ROADSTER Convertible with 1954 Cadillac engine, 3 speed floor shift, chrome engine accessories, newly upholstered, $550. Call 743-2070. 27-JUTO FARTS, REPAIRS BUYING WRECKED CARS 1955 AND UP CHARTRAND AUTO CO. Open 8-8 MO 3-7889 Building and Organization Rsquirei MEN OF ALL SKILLS Delivery Men, Office Workers Servicemen, Factory V/orken Salesmen Manager! Ragardlesi of what you are now doing we will train you end supervise you in our line, of work. Opportunity unlimited, advance- nent enured* For art Interview Call Wednesday 9-S PiHifield HI 3-3448 No Money Down SPECIALS From Vic and Pair' '54 CHEVY 2 Door $95 '55 CHEVY 2 Door $195 '55 PONTIAC 2 Door $195 '56 PLYMOUTH V8, 2 Door Standard $145 '56 DODGE 4 Door, Full Powor .... $245 '57 DESOTO Hardtop, Full Power $695 '57 FORD 4 Door Wagon, Automatic .... $495 '57 PONTIAC 9 Passenger Wagon , . . $795 '57 FORD V8, Floor Shift '57 PLYMOUTH .. $695 4 Door Wagon, tic V8, Automa.. $595 Vic and Paul's Motor Sales IMPORTED SPORTS CARS AUSTIN-HEALY, MSB, SPRITE 207 Stale Rt).. MO 3-7744 Jim Crawford, Salel Mgr. ALL BEEF HAMBURG 21bs.for89c SPAGHETTI PORK CHOPS 49clb. LAMB FORES 29clb. LAMB PATTIES 31bs.for$LOO SLICED BACON ENDS 51bs. for 31.00 Ordtr by Priori* Now DELIVERY SERVICE BATEMAN'SCityMARKH "Quality Sine* 1174" 94 Main St. MO 3-3271

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