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Page Two HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Claims forme Jack Kramer Top Notion of the.Year Thursdny, October 28, 1948 Jonosbpro. Oct. 27 I.TI— Houston (Preacher) Smith, 25-voar- Old Craighcad county tent ant ' " • . lays claim to" being th " . cam o eng •chanipeen" cotton picker Ho picked 635 pounds in one day to better lht> highest re- oorted mark of 0?i pound!: in a single day, by Michncl Raker - f "" ... Smith was •forking, confirmed fom Holding, on whoso farm Smith was working when he picked well over a bale of fiolton in one iflay. confirmed the accomplishment. pith's wife didn't do' badlv. cither. Quitting at 3 p.m. on the s.ime afternoon, Mrs. Smith picked 405 pounds. That made a grand total of 1,040 pounds, -picked bv <h Smiths in one' day, and at $3.50 per hundcrwciBht, they earned !,»30.'JO. TrumanuHqs Slim Margin-Among University ^ Students Fayettovilfa;' Oct. 28 — (/?) — President Truman is a narrow first choice of University of Arkansas Students 6ve» States Rights Derno'cratif: candidate, Gov. J. Strom Thurmond. '•,, •'.:.The Arkansas' Student Political league said that in a poll conducted yesterday, with 1,273 votes, ,ilff - results were:-.••Mr. Truman" 464; .Thurmond 401 " G °Xv,Thoma>..E. Dewey 372: Hen- Wallace '35 Socialist Norman a^ 1.- ••• '-•• • I Nov; York. Oct. 2:1 —(/PI— From (the top of an'-i'tiiur tennis; ran!;s to • No. 1 ai.'-n;]'.'; the professionals in Hine year i:-. llv- ;>(.'hievemenl of ;!..<•;N An.'j'.'lc.s' Jack Kramer. j Kranvr. winner of -the- wimbk»- idon and national amateur chajn- jpionshij,;,- in 1917. i;; plar-ed first in Unilor.1 Slate 1 - pio rankings, an- Itvunced today. j Two veteran;; who have had a icorni-r nil liif top pro spot for iyoars -- B<ib!-,y Hig-js of Chicago i and Don P.udr.c of Los Angeles— i wt re jilaecd .-.•cond and Iliird, re' Otlii'i-.s in the lop ten arc: 4. 'Wolh.v Van Horn. Philadelphia; 5. iKiank Kcv.-u.-:;. Oakland. Calif, li. .Wayne Saben. Hret Ion Woods, : N'. H.: 7. I-jlv.'ood Oonkc. New |Yor):: H. Al Doyle. Palm Beach. . !Fla.; 9. .lack March. Kansas City ;'in. John ••.'o'.-.tadv, Fores-t Hills, IN. Y. .. ' i ' Little Rock Man Re-Elected Head of Fox Hunters Kl Dorado. Of!. 2fl Oscar Williams of T.itUc Rock again is pres- jidrnl of the Arkansas Foxhunlers [AsKoeiaUon. I He was ie-electcd yesterday at /a _ business .meeting in connection '.vilh In." annual state foxhunt near Sinackover. Other officers are Fi.be Watson. Conway. first vicepresident: Ton) Slaughter, C.'iiri- dnn. vice-rjresidcnt and Walter B. j Morris. Little Rock secretary-trea- I surer. His Research Landed Him rouble New York, Oct.. 2P, —• I/PI — The author of "Flow ito Commit Murder and Get Away With It" learned, yesterday second degree robbery is a" tougher rap. -Dapppi- Daniel F. A horn was convicted of stealing S200 in cash and S2.000 in jewelry from "a^'woman' department store buyer. His fourth felony conviction, it can bring life irn prisonmont for him. The 45-year-old writer told the jury after the vcrrliet. "This means my life. Thanks to you, geanllemen. A wonder fill bunch." Navy Expert Says A-Bomb Ove rated The Nefieb sector of southern .•Palestine is desert today but Was • thickly populated in ancient times. Bus, Trolley .Service Normal m New York San Diego. Calif., Oct. 28 '/PI— A navy expert on tlic atomic bomb says the bomb is overrated as a quick knockout weapon. Speaking at Navy Day cero- imonies yesterday, Rear Adm. Wil- jliam Sterling Parsons declared, I "it's still just another bomb." i Admiral Parsons .sad ia sneak attack on the United States with a few atom bombs would be just "another Pear) Harbor." It would cook the goose of the country making such an attack," he sa'id. He was one of the technical directors in developing the atomic bomb and is now head of atomic defense in the office of chief of naval operations. He was bomb commander on the B-29 which dropped the first one on Hiro- ishima. ^M^JViH-i^vV^'/'i^^asM/iH 4 '"?^^^ HEARING CLINIC I : .AT :•; ' BYERS DRUG STORE ' HOPE SATURDAY — OCT. 30 9 K M. Till 3 P. M. (Latejr by" appointment only) Now York. Oct. 2i! — (/[')— Bus and trolley sei-vice returned to .normal tod.-jy for ,1.500,000 Nc\v jYcr!ters v.'ilh the end of the biggest ( surface transportation strike"' in •the city's history. Member:; of the CIO transport workers union employed by the j Third Avenue- Transit system and Avenue East Broadway Transit Co. voted yesterday to return to work. They acted after leftwing faction leaders joined with rtglH wing leadership of the union in urging a haek-to-worl-; move. Earlier union employes of the five oilier privately 'operated lines involved had agreed to resume work. A Beltone Consultant will qe here to Help you. 114 E. Capitol, Little Rock Charges Dropped AgaijisS* V/omGii . Who Shot Husband Pino Bluff, Oct. 28 •— (IP) — Charges against Mrs. Jack Oaks jin the shooting of her husband, a (former Pine Bluff night club oper ator, have been dismissed. Mrs. Oaks had been charged with assault with intent to kill. OaJcs was shot twice in the cou pie's: home hero Sept. 2. Municipal Judge Coy- M. Nixon •M R.. ""•' T'v ,. n Municipal Judge Coy- M. Nixon S Dt f,y-,~~'..'. Teor TO Pay .yesterday dismissed the case after '.«• '." ; ' , '. ' „ Oaks had asked that he do so. Lion Oil Shows Hike in Earnings and Operation _E1 Dorado, Oct. 2 8—Iff)— The Lion Oil Company today reported increases in both operations and earning during the first nine months of this year. . President T. M. Martin said earnings after deduction of income taxes totaled $8,^,043.05 or $7.21 per. share of stock.. This compared with net earnings of $4,850,321.14 or !-i4.15 per share, during the corresponding period of 1947. Net. crude oil production in creased 2U.2 per cent to 3,725,356 barrels. Drilling and exploration were accelerated 21.6 per cent. Martin reported that refinery crude runs for nine months of 1948 were 5,956,305 barrels, an increase of 30.4 per cent. The company's chemical division was operated at capacity and chemical sales for the first nine months of 1948 showed an increase of nine per cent over the previous year. College Registrars tp'Meet at Harding n Searcy Searcy, Oct. 28 (/P) — Harding College will be host to the annual convention of the Arkansas Association of Collegiate Registrars here Friday night. Speakers will include: Laney J. Roberts, registrar of the College of the Ozarks; C. S. Blackburn of the State Department! of Educa- Lion; Brico F. Allbright, chief of the registration and research section of the Veterans Administration, and Dr. George S. Benson, Harding College president. ' /a I \ t \^-"^~ J r^^"A - V " •••" -r- % ), A VA ./u: ,r •" f * x - ^ '^-^^ : fi\ ~ ft ••^>i' i ,,-,y/^'-r •& Tf^ Just arrived large shipment of Style-Mart Iron-Tone Worsteds and other popular fabrics for Fall and Winter. Plenty of patterns . all sizes... each suit wiili that famous Style-Mart extra NECK ZONE Tailoring for beifer style, fit and comfort. ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK [National Stockyards, 111. ,Oct. 28 l— (/I 1 ) — Hogs, 10,500 uneven; j weights 180 IDS up 5U to 1.00 lower jthan Wednesday's avergage; light, er weights 50 to 75 lower; sows 75 to 1.00 lower: good and;choice 180.280 Ibs 25.2575; btllk 25.50;- top 25.75 paid early mostly for weights .under 240 Ibs most late sales 125.25; 1HO-170 Ibs 25.00-25; few 130; !50 Jbs 23.0-25.0; lighter weights too scarce to quote sows -10 Ibs down 22.75-24.5U over 40 Ibs 21.0 22.25; most stags 10.00-20.0. i Cattle. 3,00 calves, 1.50; open- {ing trade fully steady on few loads I ifjf common lightweight steers at i IB.50; small lots of good up to 34.UU; hellers and mixed yearlings firm common and medium 19.0025.00 few good 26.00-28.00 cows i strong; common and medium beef (cows 17.00-1!).50; canners and cut- jtc-rs 12.5-10.50; bulls steady at i Wednesday's close lop 22.00 with imcdium and good 21.00-22.00; cut- 'ter and common 17.0-20.0; voal- icts unchanged; top 35.5 on choice ,few of these available good and j choice quotable from 28.00-35.50; 'common and medium 17.00-27.00. j Sheep, 2,50; market weak to ] 25 lower; to p24.C5 sparingly to I butchers; other good and choice 'wooiskins mostly 23.75-24.50 packer top 24.50 on moderate sprinkling •.of best lambs; run included double- deck western feeder lambs unsold; slaughter ewes steady at 8.50 down. POULTRY AND PRODUCE Chicago, Oct. 28 —(/I 3 )— Butter weak; receipts 335,483; prices unchanged to 11-2 cents a pound I lower 93 score ' AA 58; 92 A 57.5 190 B 75 89 C 5G.5; cars: 90 B 57.5 189 C 57. WopeSfar Sfpr of Hope 1899; p rcss 1927, Consolidated January IB, 1929 Published every. .woekelay. afternoon b<- STAR PUBLISHING CO. C. E. _Polmer,—President Alex. H. Washburn, Secretary-Treasurer „, °' /!? e : sta r buildinn 212-214 South : Walnut Street, Hope; Ark. • Alex H Washburn, Editor 8, Publisher Paul H.-Jones, Managing Editor George W. Hosmcr, Mech. Supt Jess M. Davis, Advertising Manager Entered as sprond class matter at th. Post Office at Hope, Arkansas, under tht *f.t of March 3, 1897. (AP)—Means Associated Press.' (NFA)—Means Newspaoer Enterprise Association. Subscription Rates: (Always Payable Ir Advance): By city carrier per week 20c per month 8Sc. Mail rates—-in Hemp, stead, Nevada, Howard, Miller one LoFayette counties, S4.50 per year' else where $8.50. National Advertising Vknnsas Dailies, Inc.; TrumanGalls for Votes in New England system,, not weaken it, as the 80th congress did." 3. "Act fairly and without prejudice on the question of admitting' displaced persons from , Europe." to this counfi "Improve the rights of labor, 4 not pass shameful and viciJus laws like the Taft-Hartlcy Act."' At Qiiincy, Mr. Truman spoke from the steps of First Parish church, beneath which Presidents John Adams and John •• -Qunicy Polic'e Captain estimated that up in the streets By ERNEST B. VACCARO With Truman Enroutc to New -•-•• «., York. Oct. 28 — (IP) ~ President'Adams lie buried '.ruman • said today that Gov. .George W. Fallen Thomas E. Dewey "is on the run" 8,000 were lined and "he is running right behind in front of him. \ mc - He said he was The president told a throng at Providence, R. I., that the Republican "pipedrcam of victory is going up in smoke next Tuesday." Mr. Truman struck out directly at Dewey in this longtime Demo cralic stronghold and drew wild cheers from the big crowd as he told them: "I defy you to say where the Republican candidate stands on anything. lie doesn't dare to tell the people." Representative — — / • ••».., Mefnphis, Tenn Sf-erick Building- Chicago, 400 North Mich igan Avenue; New York City, 292 Madis&r Avc.; Detroit, Mich., 2842 W. Granc Blvd.; Oklahoma City, 314 Terminal Bldg •fmv Orlf.-ans, 722 Union St. Like U.S. Comics Shanghai —(JP)— American com- tc rbpoKS ;a,re' Hoo'dih'g' STiftfighai. Few bookstores are without tneni. Theiri popularity, with children and adiXra .a'lUMjVhavc'tfostercd tljc rapid growth of the sidewalk veil- dor, -tt-iis generally understood that the comics arc paid for abroad, by means that have been outlawed today but which arc likely to continue because their delivery Fs nv<ttterthTmiKh~"trttr"p0st office." .„..,.. ..*. ,...o "just as certain I am standing here Massachusetts will give the Democrats a 100,000 majority." Mr. Truman said again "I hate! communism" and that the Com-' munists "hate mo." "That the way I like it," he continued. The way to beat communism, he said, "is to keep the country strong and prosperous." [SniFFy -NOSTRIIS?) QUICK,BELIEF WITH MENTHOUTUM Wild turkeys roost in trees but build their nests on the ground, Police estimates of the crowds Be ,V" K , ser pi-aqualic, they are ex- i_iuwu.s i C ejlent swimmers and like to wade Member of tho Associated Press: Th. Associated Press is entitled exclusively t( 'he use for republlcation of all the loco lews printed in .this newspaper, cs well O' ill AP news dispatches. Stalin Warns Continued From Page One unchanged except three to . S. extras j . ^ I-..-. >_>-iii. (tnii n|j *\ t,i, b2-oo and two cents lower on GO-GO.9 per cent IA at 56. security council, where they - sess an assured majority tour where they can 'prove' ar ''All this is done in order pos- that met the president in Prov'i I thrn,',«h clence ranged up to 50,000. ___:_?_ Mr. Truman said good reports were coming to him from all over the country and added the Republi can poll takers were going to "fall flat on their faces" when they see the election results. He is en route to New York for a major campaign talk at 9-30 P. m. (CST) in Madison Square Garden, after a Boston warning to I'ltssia "we shall not retreat" from Berlin. Spe'aking from Massachusetts' hallowed Taunton Green where the. "first flag of liberty in the original 13 colonies flew from a giant liberty pole" months before the outbreak of the revolution, Mr Truman asserted: "I think it's time for liberty poles again, all over the this time, " ' swamps SOOTHES IRRITATED MEMBRANES ...OPENS UP STUFFY NOSTRILS GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Chicago, Oct. 28 — Iff) Grains r^r-oyered partly from a mid-day demonstrate the necessity of a new war, and thus prepare the conditions for the unleashing of a war. i e ,;™ Ic ' I back to the previous close lever, and the market's tone m'aincd easy lo the close. Rains in 11._ and predictions of light showers in i other sections of the Western I Plains depressed wheat, particularly 194 9 crop deliveries. Corn true '" the Pravda nervmm hrnup e ' e rava corre- neivous thiough ls pondent asked, "that in August of " ----- reached among ' cmfwvbg at the polls next Tuesday — liberty from the Republican 80th do- nothing Congress." The president, proceeding from Boston to Providence, R. I., by automobile, .spoke earlier in the day at Quincy and Brockton. T h b u s an ds of Bostonians, crammed into Mechanics Hall last night, cheered lustily as he clared: "1 hate communism" * — " " * *•—^'o \. n > *.<*** VE, *.-« * ^.«. *iitn:v- \.\j year - ^recmcnf had already ^he Godless creed reached among the four powers on the ciuestion of Berlin?" "Yes." said Stalin, "this is true. I sagged on "rri^l o ts£ cars of?he Agrcomont is known tJ'have been 1cachod in Moscow Au'. 30 o here - cents Soybeans, a drop of n cash price; as well as corn, 'into selling following i news that shipments of these commodities into New Orleans had been embargoed. Rye was relatively steady most of the session on n f <hn c:o,,;nf -7'^ VC"' ",'u*" rumors the government was mak-| nfan d - * Z ° ne °" the other La g rd S T." we^k 35 " ° f ^ grain ' " But the governments of the i 'itie December wheat contract at » d States and Great Britain," asserted with these clean d teaches." words tho "airlift." will be maintained: "In Germany, we have taken the frank and firm position that Communism must not spread its tenta- cales into the western zones. --. -- — ~i.v«.., u,iu j.-iain,-t "We shall feed Berlin and the regarding the simultaneous imple people of Germany will be given mentation of measures for lifting their chance to work out a decent transport restrictions- .(the block ade) on the one hand and for in trocluetion of the German mark said Italy overnight and this morning bought about 3,000,000 bushels of wheat. Wheat closed 1 cent lower to 3-8 higher, Deacember $2.29 1-2-5-8, .corn was 1-2-73 lower, December l$1.39 181.39, oats were unchanged to 14 lower, rye was 1-4 December 78 3-8, to 1 cent higher, De- where the Anglo-Americans have a guaranteed majority." Asked about an agreement Paris, Stlalin said: in cember $1.83 3-4, soybeans were 2 3-4-3 34 lower. November S2.51 '14, and lard was 20 to 42 cents a hundred pounds lower, November $19.20. APPEARING NEW YORK STOCKS Neaw York, Oct. 28 (/P) — The stock market went into a broad decline today following a short- lived periodof stability this morning. 4 Losses piled up to 2 points or so with steel shares among the most vulnerable issue. Turnover for the day approached the ?l,000,000-hare level. Brokers said operations were "Mr. (Juan A.) Bramuglia, rep resentative of Argentina and presi dent of the security council who life under a Democratic government." Turning to domestic issues today the president asked for election of Congress "to work with a .forward-looking president in solving our acute housing shortages." "I have been fighting for such a housing program,"-.he said, "but the leaders o'f- the Republican party in the 80th -Congress murdered the housing bill..,". ', v He added the voters ' needed a "liberty poll" election of a Con- gres.s that will: 1. "Put a brake on the soaring cost of living." 2. "Improve our Social' Security ^v. m in.u. ujn imvK in ms nancis an agreed draft decision on the ques tion of the situation in Berlin. But the representatives of the United States Great Britain, onre again declared the agreement to be null and void." "What can all this end in?" asked the correspondent. Stalin replied: "It can only end in an ignominious failure on the • -- •• stigators of a new part of the in war. (Winston) Churchill, the main instigator of the new war has already managed ...... „ ....... w 1J4 _* nvivjii.3 W>--LU to deprive himself of the trust of largely professional. Profit taking ihis own nation and of Democratic they suggested, was encouraged by I forces throughout the world " a consistent upward trend this! "The same fate lies in store for month. 4 The latest Russian blast against the Western powers, according to.-.- ..„ ..^ 111U4I some Quarters, exerted a minor; pies and public forces once on the price trend. Losers included National Steel U. S. MUgsel. Wheeling Steel, Youngstown Sheet, Chrysler, Genii al Motors, Goodrich. J. I. Case Douglas Aircraft. American Teale- I phone. Electric power Light Kennecott Cooper, Du Pont. Radio orp., Santa Fea, " Southern Railway, Standard 'NJi, Pure Oil, and United Lines. nil other instigators of war. The !horrors of the recent war arc still too fresh in the memories of poo- favoring sistant attorney general. .Field Marshal Wilhelm Von Leeb was found guilty yesterday of crimes against civilians. Field Marshal Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Von Kuechler and Gen. Hermann Hoth were convicted of carrying out Hilter's order.."Ior •mary execution of the sum- Communist hands. In its peace are too strong for Churchill's pupils in aggression to over- t.'owcr them and to seat a course for a new war." commissars who foil into German 330-page ^judgment the court was severe inits .condemnation of crimes against civilians! "The record in this case is .replete with horror," the court said. "No nation, no army and its loaders, of any .time, civilized or uncivilized, labor under so great a load of guilt as do Hitler's Germany, its army and its leaders." | In- acquitting the German mili- |tary leaders of plotting war. the court held they were not policy Stalin's Charges Denied Paris, Oct. 28 A 14th defendant, Gen. Johanna Blaskowitz, 64, jumpcl to his death the clay the trial opened. By PET-0'- Black Suede or Black Kid as shown at left. 4.98 Black Suede as shown above 3.98 ® Supple-Soft Suedes and Leathers ® Light and Flexible ® Latest styles at these low prices. As shown at left in Black Calf 4.98 As shown at Right in Black Suede or Black Calf. 3.98 IN HOPE ITS -FOR SHOES- Prime Vnn> VERSATILE GIRL ENTERTAINER HEARD DAILY OVER KWKH To Appear with RED SOVINE i -—-• ——..*. *.. i. tt .... | j. ci i. 10, V./WL, ^.(j \n i I 111 III; Southern Pacific, | Minister Stalin's comments on the c "' ' " :l Berlin deadlock are "factually un true," Western sources at United -;;-•;•, . , , , Nations headquarters said today. . In tho bond market some obliga- j Representative Western sources ions of the Missouri Pacific svs- said Stalin was wrong when he de C1 n Y\I 11; n ft M r i It /i -1 /-) r^ill en. .', v-. ~ -~t *. „_ i „ . _ _i i i /• tern pushed ahead following disclosure of reorganization proposals by an Interstate Commerce Commission examiner. and the THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS VALLEY BOYS Radio, Stage and Recording Arrisfrs. THURSDAY OCTOBER 28th 8 P. M. HOPE ot the HOPE CITY HALL AUDITORIUM Sponsored by the W. O. W, Lodge ADMISSION Adults Children 60c 30c NEW ORLEANS COTTON Neaw Orleans. Oct. 2(1 —-i.-T'jCot- lon futures declined here todav under long liquidation and hedge selling. Closing prices were steady 4:> cents to 70 cents a bale lower Dec high 31.19 low 31.09 — close Mob high ;u.l9 — low .31.07 — close 31.07 May high 30.91 — low 30.HI clared the fourpower pact of Aug. , 'to was an agreed solution to the j Berlin dispute. Agreement on this pact, they said, was subject to agreement on putting it into effect bv the four military governors in 1 Germany. ' I One informant said the only agreement on Berlin drawn up in I Paris "was the one the 'Litlle Six' and we agreed on and (Soviet del ,egate) Andrei Vishinsky tried to i change at the last minute." Russia | vetoed the sixpower proposal on Berlin Monday. Jl.v high 29.72 29.58-n Oct high 27.50 27.39B B-bid. close \ In London a British foreign office )-spokesman, asked if Stalin's state' low 29.57 — close | ment that an agreement on Berlin! (had been reached during unofficial! low 27.40 — close (talks in Paris was correct re plied: 'The answer is no. No agree reached ment on Berlin was ever in Paris." NEW YORK COTTON I New York, pet. 28 i,pi — Col-i on futhuvs drifted lower today as! liKht hedging and liquidation 'met i imlv scale down trade support! ! Mills were the principal buyers, j alonK with some demand for near-' by march which was credit,-d to ! b- executed for political reasons. export sales. Dealers reported thai! Reinecke sat on ihe peoples court MIU' liasit: orii-e for spot cotton had ; that tried the conspirators in the I eased in lexas. Congestion of rot-! bomb attempt against Hitler in 'on at some warehouse ivnlers wasMuly. 1944. 'expected lo bring some cotton ; ,t I 1 .ieut. Gen. Walter Warlirnont, 54. 'cheaper prices troin sellers who ; Herman military plenipotentiary to to dispose of th '"' --'-•• : - . . - . Large Selection of Wanted Materials Go on Sale Friday Morning at 9 o'clock E even Continued From Page One executed ; uvrc anxious to dispose j.staple promptly. Futures closed -15 to ! a bale lower than the I close. j Dee high 31.35 — low 31.13 -- Uisi ! 31.13-]-! off 9-JO ; Mch his'h 31.25 — low 31.0 — U^i | 3.10-1 off 2.13 j Mav high 30.95 -- low 29.58 — last i I 1 ;) 5f!o9 off 6.17 ' •)!>' high -9-"(i — low I "«-q.r.n oii 10-17 i Ort high 27.54 — low : l'.7.4L> off 13 "• " ''igh l!7.36 — low 27.1'iN <,f{ II Middling spot 31.70 on off JO H5 cents (irevious i'9.58 — Jast 21.42 — last - last Generalissimo Franco during the Spanish Civil war. He was charged with issuing orders for the slaughter or Allied commandos and Russian political commissars. Lieut. Gen. ptlo Woehler, 54, who Knight in Russia. I.iout. Gen. Rudolf Lelimann, 57, judge advocate general of the Wehrniacht. He was charged with collaborating in ilm drafting of L-xecution orders for commandos and commissars. j ; The .htdgmenu; ot the court! 'rame alter a .'iitie-rnunth trial. The cuiui is coniposud of presiding! Judge John C. Young of Colorado j Spring, former chief justice of I . Ihe Colorado Supreme Court; Special — Boy's OVERALL 8 oz. Sanforized Shrunk 6 to 16 Special COTTON FLANNEL 6 to 18 PLAIDS

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