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.Served by the United Press BLYTHEVILLE COURIER THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI BOMEENnON VOL. XXVII—NO. 17L Blytheville Courier, Blytlievllle Herald, Blytheville Daily News, Mississippi Valley Leader. ,,, ,.,,,, T ,,,, T , , ,, , ,,,, ,..,„!« r , lilA 1 HKVILLK. ARKANSAS, F1UDAY, OCTOBER SINGLE COPIES PIV6 CENTS COMMUNITY PRIZE AT FUR Indiana Greets Mrs. Hoover JT1JOTI No Serious Accidents Mar Aeronautical Association's Arkansas Flight. FORREST CITY, Oct. 3. <UP>- Eightetn of the 23 planes winch left Hot Springs yesterday had arrived here alter flying 400 miles over thickly wooded country. Stops were made en route at Camden and Texarkana. Three •plaifes wsrc forQ<4 down during the trip of the Arkansas air tourists. Art Syle, piloting the Ameri- , can liaking company entry, was forced down at Pine-'Bluff. He made necessary repairs and continued here. Clinton Thompson of Fayettcvil'.e landed in a cotton field near Texarkana. with, motor trouble. With him was Hugh Elgin, , manager ol the Little Rock cham- tier, National Aeronautical association, which is sponsoring the tour. Felix Smart was forced down at , Stuttgart. Two others remained in Camdcn, including the City of' Camden. The fifth, piloted by W. F. Moody, returned to Little Rock ulere Moody lias a. business en- I gagementi Need Is for Airports HOT SPRINGS, Oct. 3. (UP) — \Vhen the Arkansas air tourists j ilopped here Felix Smart of Pine [ Bluff, governor for Arkansas of : TO I RETURN OF Tliis picture shows Mrs. Herbert. Hoover on President Addresses Cleveland Meeting and Returns to Washington. "{ i p ' WASHINGTON, Oct 3. (UP) — President Hoover returned her*^ day from Cleveland where he Addressed the American Bankers .av- scciation last night to fcst over twp week-end before rcsiiming his tpeech making- trip to Boston, Monday, and lo Kings Mountain, 8." (}'„'. Tuesday. The cSJef executive and h,l's party arrived at Union station Wire at 9:30 a. in.: He and Mrs. Hoover, who Joined him for the Cleveland meeting after attending .the Girl Scouts convention at Indianapolis, went directly to.' the White House frcm the btation. • ' .The president went - through the station to (1-jE tune of airs fronj American l^jion tands with delegates leaving here "today for the convention ho will address in Boston Moiidaj-. Bankers Have Responsibility ' At Cleveland the president tolt) the bankers (hat the business depression "mil be shortened largely to 1 the degree that you fee! yon can prudently, by.muntel ands-}?- cific assistance, biltill 'Inlo your clients from Industry, agriculture and commerce, a. feeling of assur- the National Aeronautical board. 1 *" delivered an address over the radio : !ib - where she attended a convention of Oirl Scout KTHS, in which he estimated it- I right, are Mrs. Harry G. Leslie. Indiana's would cost nearly $15,000,000 to pro- ! a!ui Governor Harry G Leslie In th« re? leaders Left to vide airports in every city and "Yen have already done , . ,, IT .iie raid, "and at this juncture th9 lad>, Mrs. Hoover, responsibility-cf those In conU-ol of Mrs. Fredrick Edey|. mcn ey and credit Is great. ve arpors n every cy an . , . hamlet in the state. This is about i °i ew _ York ' c!lalrnlan of the Girl Scouts' field division (left), and | "Without faith on your- rrart and one eighth the cost- of highway construction in Die state. "Comparatively speaking the prcblem; confronting the aviation industry is a small one. Othiei^ "nytttiodB^of- ^transportation have calved much larger ones. The lacl; oi safe equipment is not the reason air progress is not . moving faster, But the lack of landing facilities," he declared. iVlrs. Nicholas P. Brady of New York, chairman of the national board of directors. Pollard Fails to Settle Virginia Textile Strike i Harry Guggenheim t o I Washington for Confer- i 'ence on Island Affairs. without your good offices-the early return to full prosperity can not be aceompliEhsd. "We know that one of the pre- ''Mr MinV T nnlrc - ^"l"^" 65 ot ^^S a depression is 1U1. iUilCK., AA)y&;? . .-art Ample supply of credit'(it Vow Viii '(lirfir I ratcs ° r inu?rcst - - This supply." and Clll VVCl Ithes; rates are now available through the co-operation of banks and the federal reserve system. . . - . " Reserve SysUm Praised "The income of a large part of our p;cpde is not reduced by 'the deprcssicn but it is affected by unnecessary fears .and pessimism, the i WASHINGTON, i Oct.- 3 (UP)— j Harry F. Guggenheim, America's amtRKador to Cube, arrived here [ today fo r .. a conference with the j assistant secretary of state regard^ i ing political conditions 'in Cuba, i where an opposition faction is op! posing the Machado regime. DANVILLE, Va., Oct. 3 <UP>Efforts of Gov. John R. Pollard of Virginia to settle diferenc6s between striking workers and oficials of the Dan River and Riverside cotton mills here have tailed because of the refusal of Harry R. Fitzgerald, mill president, to cept the governor's r-ffer to appoint a board "f meditation. Approximately 4,500 United Textile 'Workers are involved. i The general situation here con- 1 WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)— tinues quiet. Strike pickets', under ;The trend of events in Cuba'where restraint by temporary injunctions j strong opposition is reported to bs granted to mill owrars, have with- • crystallzing against the regime of drawn from mill property and tak- President Gerardo Machado caused en up posts on the nearest public Brave concern at the state dcpart- . property. iment today. — . : Officials maintained this govern- jment.desired to adhere.to its tradi; | ticnal p-.licy not Intervening in Farmer and Tenant Held , as Bank Theft Suspects' p a " EL DORADO. Oct. 3. (UP>-Two ! followers""and the'VppostaV'party , H11 ,,„,,-, men whom officers believe were in- j might bring a situation which would h?™ / vclvcd In the $11 000 bank robbery j require, the U. S. to step in and re- l ^ ?., at Farmerville, La., recently, are I store order • : "' hf! beween Utttteen World Paulina Longworth Goes to School Paulina LonssworlH, one of America's inosi fiiniovis children, hardly looks though a wnr, taken on one ol hfippy In |his plcUire, even .. . . Ul - bls d "J' s ln >'" >"", !t shows her on !,cr first dtiy in school, surrounded by -ha- classmate-, in u privale school In Cincinnati.' where she-Ls enrolk-it in the flrit vrade - Her parents, Speaker Nicholas LorujMvolh iind Alice noorevclt, Longsworlh, preferred to have her photographed with the other pupils ,-aUier than alone. So Here t, Paulina getting a«|unlmed with h,<r little playmates in s;hLol. ' ' . -' . ]ommunily, . and 4-H Booths Capture ; Attractive Awards. ";;.' ."••.• Hljh scliotfl gi/ii ftid -i' -boj-s-V' thronged the ialtjrcunda . today, ri j . , wblcri: '-.- -; ,.SlsY-',v i : Mis»i'ii!i)pl«iun- - -'' " "' first 'prize of' i80 i; f., .-boot'h prizes witri^ ' ^d -"for 'the -'}50. - iyille , : third ,wlth-> *, booths '.won *20 ' ff Up FIRE Loss Coniined Chiefly to [ 'Cleaning Establishment' ' Where It Originated. | ' LUXORA, Oct. 3.—Fire which for I ; time threatened to sweep a block ! ir mors near the center of town! »as brought under control yester--| Hy 'afternoon with help from thei Blytheville and Osceola fire depart- ; ments. ' Several thousand dollars loss was sustained by George Daniels' cleaning . establtchment, where the fire originated. The building, - cleaning equipment and most of the clothing Former Student, 57, Resumes College Work FAYETTEVILLE, Oct. 3. (UP —Mrs. Fannay Mills Townsend arrived Wrc'today to enter tile University of Arkansas. Mrs. Townscnd quit,.college in her senior year 35 years ago and has returned to get her degree. She is 57 years old. She Joined her son Wilbur in fee-Journalism school and they expect t< gei their degrees next June. Mrs:. Townscnd is the daughter 1 of former state auditor 0 B.-Mllls. . result of which is to.'slscken the consumption of goods and discourage enterprise. Here the atmo- snherc of your offices 'will affect the mental" attitude :;.anrt,' If von fi|] e d please, courage, of ll:e-' individual' who will deoend upon you for both coumel and money." Cannon Sees Ainsworth but Continues WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP) — Bishop •"James Cannon -jr., refused today to discuss a • confetenc* • he had here with Bishop W. N Ainsworth. of the • Methodist Church with wh"m charges against him have teen preferred by four of the church's ministers. Bishop Ainsworth was reported today to be on his way back to 'to PJW to this younj-old rmn. Con-1 Birmingham, Ala., prepared hie Mack, venerable leader of 'the name within the near future a clm- | Philadelphia At'-letics. is shown niltlee of twelve" churchman to in- in custody of officers today... Hex-ace Nash, 50, farmer, is ttn- , der watch at a local hospital where he is recovering from an appendicitis -attack, and Mac Eskew,. 21, tenant on the Nash farm, was ar- tested at Alexandria, La., where h? went following his release here last week. Extradition papers for Nash were hone-red by Gov. Parnell when Sheriff Pat Murphy took them to Little Rock. However, officers be-. Hove Nash U In no condition to b; .'ranee Russian Wheat Imports • PARIS, Oct. 3 (UP)—The French government took energetic action today to curb a Hood of Russian wheat and ther products Into France., The cabinet. .decided to restrict .the. products with import licenses requiring a reciprocal ex- eve as s n no conition to b . taken from -his b;d. He is charged ( ch . a i" g ? JbeU-aen France and Russia. " ' . with being an accessory. Fire Sweeps Auditorium , of $5,GOO,QOO Building; HARRISBURG. Pa.. Oct. 3. (UP) I —Fire swept the interior of the new ! 85,000,000 educational building dl- I rectly opposite the state capltol ! here today. ' • J Watchmen discovered flames in a- j soafolding in the large auditorium of the structure. Before firemen : could start their task the flames : had spread through the entire nu- I ditJrium. Firemen were In constant i danger from falling masonry. ' ' Report Says Thousands . Application of the law will be ex- ; '.plnlned-al public meetings to be but °ls he appeared while watch- his players 0:1 th? field get ready fcr Vr.s opening battle with the St. Louis Cardinals at Shibs Park. Looks calm, doesn't he? 'cstlgate the Cannon charges. Cannon was reached at his office toflay and confirmed the fact FLASHES Bt:CK AT AI.BUQTJERQUE ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Oct. 3; (UT1—Rofttrt Bnck, 18, reacH- fd Albuquerque lertay from Ama- •rlllo. Tex., in his attempt lo cari- tifre the junior irans-cbntlnental Might record.'He planned to resume his westward flifhl later in (he day. . . PIC lo Rlls - Again Before Commission land how the supremo court, decision In that case Is to be- applied : were brought before the Interstate U AND N. TRAIN DERAILED llORSE CAVE, Ky.. Oct. 3. (UP)—Four Pullmans of,a I.otris- vllte and Nashville New Orleans lo Cincinnati (rain were derailed by a broken rail eight miles north of here today, fhe train was cn route io Louisville. Twelve passengers were renorted hurl, none serieiKly. The locomotive and a !«g*"jc car-. remained on (he .track. ',' . Massacred hy Turks j ™ Frederlcksbur * a " a Fail to Confirm Reported Murder of Missionaries (UP)— that was there for cleaning were destroyed.'. The fire originated when a wash Ing/machine company rcpresenta- j YoutHs Bound Over for tlve entered'the ' cleaning-.shop | n»c .rmti.ru me uieailing -. snop I T ' 1 'P 11 A smoking' a cigaret, : A cleaning vati • I rial Following :Atlempt filled with gnsollne ignited'immedl-• „, F.'ll' _ C h -»' „ P.r/ilv cnrnulnrr fln>vt1nn -nnr-.nll.~V ' " l * Ull I l\i • »J Id HOI 1. ately, spraying flnmlng 'gasoline over" the room. '" Arrival of the BlyUievllte and Osceola fire departments checked spread of the flames. A trio.of youths, . James. Black, James. Carriek and Caesar Carwa, were bound over'to await the ac- ... . tlon of-the fall grand'- Jury'on Rumors that the water supply chargc-siof burglory by. Justice'R. " . ^IcKnight.thU morning. '. failed.'during the Ita proved unfounded. • :•-.'.' Ptisenger* Watch Fire Rage in Ship's Hold NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 3. (UP) — More, than 100 passengers aboard the Japanese rftlp Santos Maru, en route from New Orleans on its regular around the world trip, watched a fire rage for three days in the hold of the ship, it was learned hsre tcday. They wtre aneiMd by Jack Oz- nient. member of the night,police patrol, early yesterday, after they vere alleged " to have attempted rcbbery'-of a lunch, stind and filing station^bn highway 61 north of .his city during the early hours of Thursday -morning. The trto are said to fit the description .of a group that attempted to enter the station operated by J. B. Jones. Jones was sleeping in the building and was awakened bj the sfruhd' 'of some one trying to enter 'the building. He fired nnd the Intruders ran. Jones foltowed num r r call£d cn t,dkcuss the charges or any phase New , of | tod»y by cable when t.'r.s Santos j docked at Yokkohama. Tlie Santos Tornado in Colorado Claims Lives of Three FOWLER. Col., Oct. 3. (UP)—A :ornado that swept across a rural section or Colorado left in its wake today three dead, two injured, and extensive property damage including a flattened farm house 14 miles east of here. G. W. Lackey, Collie Noble and. Mrs. J. B. Downing were injured fatally wh;n the flimsy ttructure is one of the finest ships operating I" « I bcti .ween New Orleans and the orient. It sailed from New Orleans August 23 and mide port at Galveston and Los Angeles, where passengers were taken aboard. ' Telephone Companies Sued for Infringements BUFFALO, N. Y., Oct. 3. (UP) — Two suits involving one and onc- . , . - half million dollars were filed in in which tlay had sought refuge federal court today against the Nea ""'—'-' under the force of the York Telephone company and the collapsed wind. "Tough Tony," Capone Gangster, Arrested CHICAGO, Ott. 3. (UP)—One oj the Capone gangsters whoss nune mysteriously disappeared from t police arrest order after a copy was found in the hands of the gang was arrested today in' the Grey- American Telephone , and Telegraph ccmpany by the Kellogg Switchboard and Supply companj of Chicago. The suits charge the dcfendan Expect to Handle - .100' Acres at Huffman Cari- .ning Factory Next Year. W. W. Pepper and his soil Stanton Pepper are completing pUns for the establishment at Huffman p*xt ysar^-:of a. tomato 1 ' plant. •" •-• - .- - -.—<'-' For the first, year it is planned lo handle about 100 acres, but/arrangements will . be made tp'. in crease the capacity on short notice If circumstances demand it. In announcing his plans for canning plant Mr. W. W. Pepper said that he had marie an extensive survey of canning factories-In this Vicinity .and elsewhere, and had reacb-d" the conclusion 'that toma- tcss could be 'grown and packed to'advantage in this County, at'a better profit' lo the 'grower than h-? can get from cotton. For years the'Peppers lutve-'bp.- trated a sawmill al Huffman. The supply of timer is now;practically exhausted, and the sawmill's steam plant will be used lo furnish power ftr the canning factory. . While.the first year's operations are planned, on. rather • a smal scale Mr. Pcppjr states that a riant capable of handling several hun T dred acres will b2 necc-ssary before long unless there should tc a very subbitsnllal improvement in th price of coUon. Boys Lose Clothes to Pair of Negro Bandits STUTTGART, Oct. 3. (UP)— Twi while .youths who boarded a frelgh train at Clarendon early today wcr i held up and robbed of their cloth down the 'road after the fleeing iuig when two negro -bandits foun men and watched Lr.em leave in a car, according to reports. J.ones gave a description of the men to city police and the trio held were picked up as a result. A fourth man is . believed to have made his escape, according lo officers. Tug for Which Fear Was Felt, Is Reported Safe they had no money. The negro? Jiavc not been caught. Three Lose Lives When Automobile Hits Train FARMINOTON, III., Oct. 3. (UP —An automobile in which fiv young persons were returning fron a dance crashed into a freight trai fit a grade crossing here early n day. killing three and seriously In juring the other two. The deia were Blanche and Earl Kirkpatric companies with pitent Infringements and seek injunctions against; B ,. ~ msimiftclure of such apparatus ns rOUCC LoUft tr.s unproved trunk line circuit. WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)-TI'.e navy department announced re-... ceipt of a message today [ran the j 17 and 19, trclr.cr nnd sister, an U. S. S. M,ontca!m, ocean tug. CM',- j Ed»i Flymi. IS. all of Cantcn. celling a request for aid nud tie- j •. daring that heavy seas which it c:i-; ShoWS 222 Pounds of countered 500 miles Lotitheas; of Charleston, S. C.. were subsiding The navy department Immediate- j ly broadcast to all ships at sen the word that the Montcalm was safe and at the same tint? directed the light cruiser Concord, which wns steaming to the tug's aid to proceed to Charleston. ' tors to ihe.aj ty fair. Luxora, iiv'lha'cii Kev. aiard l<(0 ' prize". _....,.,. ^ach.fcr/.crtditiilil* exhibits;' .. --'. , ] '•In" tie, prliis..- for" communities . 'f having S'lnltlirHughes'teichtrs, Wil-' i soii won the'(SO" prize' and the $40 ! . prl?e went to Slawnec.' ' Burdelte's 4-H club'-won.' first , Ize In the club division and sec- : id went to Manila. .: , - -j ' BtnuUJttl Flow*r Exhibit • } Despite the drouth, the canned ') oad and vegetable .displays wtrc . •nlurcs of ths; prize-winning ex- , Ibits. In scoring the goods, fifty- ! clrits were considered for valuei of • ilclts to'fanji malnteiiance, thir- i . fcr quality of artiples, ten for j irangement and 'teri: for .nVimier •'''.('.varieties rhowrf. These exhibits', ;* , ontained agricultural and homo V '. cbn-mlc' producui, : -4-H' club'M-ork i nd school exhibits - -'produced in-' '' .- ie past year. .> -. -.. I - ;: ; " \ Tire announcement Uiat tlii; flow.- j: :, •'show would not be'so .large, fts •" . s\. year ..proved a^ 'mlslake.,- The- ' flowers entered' «xe; jald by .mai'iy;. -^ v 9 ,bs mw*-perfect''than-those of '"j previous fairs,••.'.'and are causing-, j' : -.;- luch fayojrabie'commenl! AnSuJ?«:l "j . V. with «. b«ck|rpur)d of green a lat- ;3 , Ice'' fprica ro«.'ki the. exhibit .'irSl'"' f V n. jUiis, spjce-i ls.''arr.>n|;ed Ugfe&grS.^ oses and zenia's with (6rns inter-' "J "• [Untied with. Uie rainbo* of col- , . red blossoms. ' "'•'•" •'• '" "•"' •'! Slyte Show Teniiht . ; ; .There will" be' a style show :to- ! ilgnt,' bcglnnirig at'7:30 o'clock, Ih .'• he community 'exhibit tent, for.the : . . vash-.- dress c:htest i sponsored' by '. . Miss Cora Lee Cole man, home dem- nstration agent..- This Is -a.new'.' - .- eature of'trie' fair. - - •= " • ..':• • .With tcday designated as "school - , < :ay"-.there'were mahy'studentswho nterestingly • viewed- ,-the exhibits , and otter entries. As the attend-:..:. . ance increases, daily -lair, officials -' -.. b;lbve that Saturday will be a red .'. etter day. •- - - - - - . This was Judging.day for livestock; SwlAe were judged this morn- '. ,- ng. with sweepstakes prizes'going.;'..; o Russell..Gray of Blytheville"fdf . ;. his Hampshire boarj-to'Ernest Me- .^ • Afee;'?lytheville, for his spotted .-; Poland China sow; and to Driver-J Tcmklns, Osceola; for'a Poland .-'; China gilt; -. ': -''')' Dairy cattle are being judgedthts^. | ." aflernocn. .. - . - ! Swipe Department ;. ' Aged boar ,(1 year arid over)—1st, . Russell. Griy, iBIyt'licYille. -HamjH •''' sblre; 2nd, {l,:H. Bsiford. Manilaj Poland China;'-3rd.'Prazier broth-- ers. Osceola R. 3, Dur'oc. Junior boar (under 1 year)—1st, S. P..BogfJs and Sons. Biythevllie, ' Hamoslure; 2n$; R. H. Belford, Manila. Polaria"Ohina; 3rd; S. H. Bcggess and ••' Sans, Blylhsvllle, Hnmpshlre;".- : '•' • Aged sow—1st, Frazier brothers, Osceola. 'Dufoci 2nd, R. H. Belford. Manila. Poland China; 3rd, C. A. : Duvall, Blytheville, Hampshire. ' . Senior Rill (1-yc'ar and over)—1st. Ernest. McAfee, Blytheville, Poland Cr.ina Spotted; 2nd, R. H. Bsi- ford. Manila, Poland china; 3rd, W. H. Patterson, Blylheville, Hampshire. -'•' Junior gilt (over six nicnlhsl.— 1st. S. P. Bogges and Sons. Blytheville, Hampshire; 2nd. Dennis Vcss, BlytheviHe, Hampshire. Junlcr gilt (uiider six months)— 1st. Driver and Tomjklns, Osceola, rcland Chins; 2nd, ^frs.' Frazier, Melons from One Vins This is a watermellon story. Five large melons, weighing a total of 222 pounds, grown on one vine, are on display at the county fair in the New Liberty booth. Mr. i an'd Mrs. H. C. McHafley, owners Osceola, Duroc; 3rd. S. P. Bog?ess and Sons, Blytheville, Hanvoshlre. Sow and litter—1st, J. D. Pierce, Blytheville, grade; . tod. O. B. Bcone. Blytheville. HampjMre; 3rd, Fred Wahl, Blytheville, Hampshire. Ton Utter—1st, w. S. Crowder, Armorel. PolaKd China; 2nd. S. P. Bcggess- ond Sons, Blythsvllle, 'I ; of the luscious watermelons, grew [Hampshire; 3rd. W. H. Patterson, ] them .from cross seeds between; Blytheville, Hampshire. [ tht Stone Mountain and Wonder; Boar pigs (under s\x months)— fnilon:' This Morning , considering the drouth old timers Donald r. Richberg. appearing on north by cue of the police squads detailed to hunt down ths public enemies. Tony Capezlo, known In Uie underworld as "Tough Tony," submitted meekly enough when Lt. Wm. ffialll and his squad ,arres!«d htm and Wj. two' companions. Tlis police found a ..45 calibre. plksUun-' der. the' tsb.le whrrs the. gahgjtars' »-ere sitting'.' '"• ":.','.'.. ' Mrs. George White, 65, I LUXORA, White, *g£d A light MSilon of police cotirt was . . . in • i neld this morning. Alter Long lllneSS A forfeit was ordered on a M5 deposit by Tom Riddle on a charge say, that this.number of such size cn one vine. Is very unusual. 1st, S. P. Bosses and Sons. Bly- Ihevllle. Hampshire; 2nd. Driver (Continued on page three) Ark.—Mrs. George 65 years, died at her Aged Blind Woman Burns or disturbing the peace. A forfeit; to Death b Apartment of $10 was ordered against Clyde; h:ms S:pt. 30 after an illness of El a m on a charge of trsspasslr.g on two years duration, and Interment w»s made In Colhoun cemetery, with Rev. A. L. Rlgga c^nluctlng funeral eerytcss. She Is survived by one d»Uf!hti!r. a two'sons' nnd ssveral itr»ndchlldr<n. railroad-property. WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)- An.aged blind woman who lived W. E,Todd was fined or* dollar | alone wl,tra pp ^ and on a charge of parking his car in niames *hkb dwlros* violatlou of traffic rules and J-r-n , olnlng apartment houws ana ar Butper drey a similar fine for n like; fortv rtmlHesto thT^reet" In • col tl «rly morning olr. and drove offense. WEATHER ARrtA^^^AS— Parity cloudy and somewhat unsettled, probably slmw- ers in extreme northwest, .portion tonight and Saturday. .'-.- ' .;•' •The minimum th i 41 • degrees' «nd 'the ffiMiiBura for '. $ yesterday. 81 degrees, 'etas'/ »cooW- ' ing to Ftincis Cwpentw, oOeu)

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