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Local •I- Comic*. ; •»• Clatiified' Member Associated Press The /Vewipaper For T/w Horn* '1UE&DAY, OC10UEK Second Section Newhoiige NotGiiiltyOf Manslaughter Judge Convicts Man ; j'.- .Of Assault As Result , Of Woman's Death Associate: Judge Morgan ' C. Harris today found Richard- H. Newhouse, • 26, city, not. guilty of manslaughter in the death .of a , waitress,at a local club last July 22, but did find him guilty of assault due. lo the fracas with a man who threw a chair causing the fatality. -. • Jud^c Harris summed up the case after outlining what constitutes manslaughter. "I believe that Newhouse provoked Ihe incident by breaking off the Iwo beer bottles and threatening Clyde Fikc. 32, city, who threw the chair which struck Mrs. Daisy Priddy (the . waitress) and caused her death." .-• "Nevertheless there was no suehj chain of' cvenls which Newhouse I could possibly foresee which woul/- result in Mrs. Priddy being struck by the chair." Judge Harris opined. "The throwing of the chair by Fike in self-defense was a heedless and • reckless act," he added. Fikc Not Guilty Fike was found not guilty of manslaughter by Chief 'Judge George Henderson several months ago on the defendant's .plea , of self-defense. • ' "I .do find .-that Newhouse is guilty of assault in connection with his threats and .breaking off of the beer hollies and holding Ihe jagged • edges towards Fike and staling; 'G~ D— you, Il'Il cut your guts out'," Judge Harris staled. In passing a verdict, Judge Harris said he would have to disassociate the tragic and rcgretla; ble death of Mrs. Priddy Irani the assault by Newhouse on Fike. Newhouse took the stand today and denied he. . argument which culminated-in the chair throwing and death of-Mrs. Priddy. ' .•-••' Visited Another Place He said that he told Fike he was having trouble with his father-in law, Homer Scott, and that Fike suggested that • he. (Newhouse' "clean up on the'. father-in-law." The father-in-law was at a tavern ncar the South End Republican Club'(where the fatal incident occurred) and the two men did go to the other establishment. Newhouse said he talked with his ••in-law but did not start a and that Fikc said he was allow." Newhouse said this Driver Trial Continued To November 8 a falher-ii f'-'ht ai . r •ic-calling took place at the" Re- r>ub! ; cnn Club shortly afterward. KcwlKuisc said he in turn called • F:!\e "yellow." The defendant .,. ,„ 1 EPISCOPAL LEADERS AT CONVOCATION—Holy Cross Episcopal Church, 16 Virginia Avenue, is host today to the Convocation of Cumberland. The program opened this morning with the celebration of Holy Communion. Pictured, above, prior to the .opening session this morning arc, left to right, Rev. Victor S.. ' Ross Jr., of Mount Airy; Rt. Rev. Harry Lee Doll; D.D., suffragan bishop of Maryland; Rev; David C. Street!, vicar of Holy Cross' Church- Rt; Rev. Noble C. Powell, D.D.; bishop of Maryland;, and ; Rev. Leon Vaulhier of New-Market. The convocation will meet again in the spring of 1956. •'- ._ ' . F'fc jumped up from. Ihe lable; and grabbed a chair he shoved back from the table. When Fikc threw the chair Newhouse said he ducked. As he stooped near the Moor he grabbed the broken botllcs which he said were, broken when: they jumped up from tho table, Newhouse testified. Sentence Withheld Fike in testimony' yesterday afternoon said Newhouse remarked he could "whip" him and moments later broke the two beer bottles. Fikc.said he moved away from .the lable and backed up to the juke box andigrabbed the chair which he threw. .£dsvard J. Ryan was defense counsel while .State's Attorney Paul MV Fletcher "and his assisl- anl, James S. Getty.'presented the stale's case. Ryan' asked the court to parole Newhouse. He staled.lhal Newhouse had been employed at a Baltimore hospital as an attendant in the psychiatric ward and was doing work of a public service. . Judge'Harris said he would withhold sentencing Newhouse on the assault conviction pending a report from David M. Stecle, parole officer, on Newhouse's record and background. The case allracted a crowd on both days. The trial of a local driver who was involved in • an accident on Martin's Mountain on Monday, October 10, was continued in Trial Magistrates Court this morning fonse to present other witnesses. Henry Virgil Sirbaugh, 1014 Ella Avenue, who has been arrested ten times on motor vehicle law violations since 1940, was apprehended by State Police and charged with operating on a revoked driver's Police state that Sirbaugh's car hit another car, went up over a 25- foot bank, tearing down a fence on top of the hank, and rolling back to Route 40. . At the request of Earl E. Manges, attorney for Sirbaugh. the hearing was continued to November S. Police presented - a record on Sirbaugh's. motor vehicle activity from the Slate Department of Motor Vehicles, On November 2, 1940 a charge of unauthorized use of an auto placed against him was dismissed. July 31, 1941 he was fined $10 or operating a car without a iccnsc: September 22, 1941, appli' cation for n license refused by the Jcpartmcnl of Motor Vehicles; \pril 29,.1944, operating wilh ex- ilrcd tags and failing to make immediate application for tille: April :, 1946, •$50 fine'and license re- r oked for failing-lo assign title at he time of .the sale of a car; Ocl- iber 29. 1952, $100 fine for making alse statement, and misrepresenalion: October 29, 1952. $100 fine, operating a car with suspended iccnse; same date,- $25. fine for using tags issued tc another car, ind December 4, 1952, driver's icense revoked. "hest Leaders Make Further Appeal For Campaign Funds An analysis o£ the Community Chest drive was .made ast night by campaign leaders and 'it-was decided that further appeals'must be made foi\mqre support of the Agents Near Meeting End On Insurance nine Red Feather agencies. Dr. Charles L. Kopp, general ampaign chairman, met wilh the livision leaders and the executive ioard of the Community Chest;in he drive headquarters, County Building. Union Street. the closing dale set on Thursday at 6:30 p.m., it appears hat about 90 per cent of the goal f S126.000 should be reached. \Urge Further Appeals Members of the executive com- nittee felt. that further appeals hould be made to reach the total oal.... If the entire goal is not reached. Suspects Relaiu Local Attorneys Two local attorneys have been retained by two men being held in connection wilh the. robbery of $4.7,000 from A.'Lee Green, in 1949. Harold P..06um, 60, and James W Golden,",45. who "arc being held in Ihc.Clly J,iil, have pblained the services of Thomas B. Finan and William Walsh..-' . Odum and Golden conferred wilh their lawyers yesterday afternoon in the Cily Jail. Arresled by.the FBI in Ballimore last Wednesday, they have been questioned several limes bj Slate's Attorney Paul M. other investigators. Fletcher and Jurors Shiver \s CJpazMl; Jury Session Opens The ..October lenn of the Mineral Coiinly Circuit Cour^-opencd this morning • in ; Kcyser 'on a "cold note." : • Following Ihe opening, jurors be gun lo complain of-thc temperature in the,coiirt'room.; It seems'tho a 'new heating system Is being in stalled at the Court House, and this moi-ning's chilly weather In Kcyser kept the court room cold throughout the morning. •Judge Ernest A, See Is presiding. Cnscs to bo ticnrd Include a drunken driving count, bnd check chnrg- ts, breaking and entering and. an tissault caso, : • . Wilkinson Motion Dies; No Second A nioiion today by Commissioner Charles TV'. Wilkinson to include six mayors .of Georges Creek towns and a representative from Mt. Savage on Ihe committee named recently to investigate the water situation in the county was lost for want of a second. At a meeting last Wodnesda> night the Mayor and Council of Cumberland, the commissioners and representatives of the Cham ber of Commerce discussed the waler siluation. Thomas B. Finan city attorney, and Gorman E, Gely, county attorney, were named to contact the.Upper Potomac River Commission for further Information.'. Wilkinson's molion today would have -Mayors Perry Myers, Frost:>urg: Very! Ash,'Midland; Virgi Alexander,. Lpnaconing; Arthur rloffa, Barton: Ofcey Michael, Wcstcrnport: Charles Dayton, Luke and Harry Poland, as the represcn alive of Mt. Savage put on the "committee".Commissioners William. H. Lcnv merl and James Orr said the ac- lion is not necessary al Ibis lime bul afler the'report is reccivet from the. original committee, then Ihcse men could be added lo Ihe j'oup. Wilkinson said he felt the Georges Creek section should be represented' as.it has a.stake in lhc : mailer. . '•'•'•• Wilkinson also asked that a state mcnl of his'read at the October 12 session be included in the board's minutes of today. Both .Lemmer and Orr said- .thcy^did not sec where'this'was necessary... . Plity Toiirnniiiciil; Scl At For! Hill Tonigiit A piny tournament will be prc sehtcd at Fort Hill-High'School to day'at 8 p. m. with, the seniors junlbrs nnrt sophomores having til tries. •. ' 'Judges will select Ihe oulstnnt Ing aclrcss and actor, • the Maryland Association of Insurance Agents will close this eveningL vo years . '.one of the'conditions! at the All Chan Shrine Countryij m posed on him is that he retrain. Club with a dinner-dance and in- from the use of alcoholic bever-j stallation of new officers. This morning, in the Fort Cum- t means that each agency would norland Hotel the _ agents ^heard a eccivc a cut of approximately ten jer cent of their 1956 budgets,— criously curtailing activities. All agency budgets were carc- ully surveyed before the goal was et. Very few increases were -anted although all agencies have many requests for Iheir services. Dr. Kopp has asked members of lie campaign organizalion to make very effort to complete all assign- ncnts before the Thursday night :ampaign windup meeting. He. further appealed to every icrson in the Cumberland area for iupport as .he does not believe myonc would like to have the icrvices'of the nine agencies cut. Service Wide Spread Dr. Kopp stated that many of the igencies serve not only the City jf Cumberland but most of the surrounding section including Allegany County and even into West 'irginia. Support of the nine agencies will urthcr their work which is so necessary for the entire Cumber- and area, Dr. Kopp staled. The .chest office' al 111 Union Street will be open for contribu- ions, from 9 to 5 p.m. each day ixcept Saturday until October 28. Those wishing lo contribute may call PA 2-3900 and a volunteer solicitor will be dispatched. discussion on the "Agency Qualification Law," . : They also heard a talk on "Genera! Liability" by Albert L. Latham, manager of the 'Agency Department of the Casualty. Fidelity and Surety, Ballimore Branch of The Travelers. This afternoon secretary of the National Union _ i insurance Companies spoke on !,.„. ^ on March 12 , 1951. f or "The New Marine Definition and., ni t stop aftcr an acc jdent: " ' ...... 1874 To Meet A .membership meeting of Loca 874. Textile Workers' of America CIO), will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. at the union hall..according to Melvin Harris, prcsi dent. Driver Fined For Vehicle Violations A driver with lengthy records for motor vehicle .law violations.-was fined $251.50 in Trial Magistrate's Court this morning.' Magistrate' J-. Milton' Dick.fined Ralph 'Edward Hutzcll of Kelly Boulevard Apartments $200.75,for operating ' under the influence, .of alcoholic, beverages, and $50.75 foi reckless driving. Hutzell was also . given a six- The 19th annual convention of month term in the House of Cor- City Awaiting Pipe Arrival For PPG Line First C:\rloiuls Due Soon; City Has Tusk Of Unloading, Storing The. first carload of'pipe for the 18-inch water line to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company is expected here within the next few days. City .officials today are making plans for unloading and storing the steel _pipe shipped, here by the Armcb Drainage Company which was low bidder. Mayor Hoy W. Eves said pipe ill arrive in the B&O rolling mill yards where it will be unloaded and stored. ' Water. Commissioner William J. Edwards added the city has responsibility for unloading the pipe and storing it until the contractor is ready to move it, Edwards said the pipe will arrive in three or four carload lots. In all, there will be 26 carloads'. Each section'of pipe is 50 foot long. The size and weight of pipe pre sents a problem. It is also numbered, section by section, and must be stored accordingly. . The . city, therefore, is asking prices .on rental of a large boom with which to lift pipe off the rail cars; This cost was included estimates of the pipe line. The Mayor and Council has designated Edwards and City Engineer Charles R. Nuzum to arrange for unloading pipe. Edwards "said this morning the first carloads of pipe could be expected here either the end of this week or the first of next. • Nuzum told Mayor Eves the contractor would like to get started on the line as near October 25 as possible. Cumberland Contracting Company, this city, was awarded the contract for.laying the pipe line. Its bid of 3165,715 was the low of seven submitted several. weeks ago. . The pipe will cost S167.715. These two figures, plus engineering contingencies, right of way. pipe storage; etc.. will put the cost of the PPG water. line in the neighborhood of S409.219. ftoivling Green Pastor Accepts hurchln Ohio Rev. C. Lloyd Voll has resigned is pastor of St. Matthew's Evan- ielical and Reformed Church at Jowling Green. Mr. Voll, pastor Ihcre. for five ears, has accepted a call to First evangelical and Reformed Church at Warren, Ohio. His resignation lere is effective November 15. During his pastorate. St. Mathew's, a mission congregation organized in 1948, has received 214 ww members. Rev. Mr. Voll served as president of the Cumbcr- and Ministerial Association 1 from 952 to 1954. ages. He was arrested ycstcrday-at Hi a. m. on Cash Valley Road by Lt. W. E. O'Hara. commander of the La Vale Barracks of State Police. HutzeU was laken to the, County Jail when he was unable to pay his fine. ..He .will, .be released, .Dick, said, upon payment of the $251.50. The local ;man's record presented by Lt. O'Hara showed a S10 Unit To Be At Keyser Gym career at Kingwood, W. Va., in : KEYSER-Mineral counlians wil 1924 and later taught at a high have their .'last opportunity to re- chool | n _ Clarksburg, ^V.^Va. Sh main on the Red Cross blood bank ' " "" " „,,-., ., fine 'on April 19, 1948, for exceed- P K ' * "' °" ing 50 miles per hour; $5 fine on Ja " nuar% . ( _ WWi for passjng ncar a What It Means To You." Charles S. Cooper, manager of the Fidelity Department of the National Surely Corporation, talked on "Fidelity Bonds." The dinner at 7 p.' Shrine Country Club J$50 fine on the same day for failin; to identify himself after an acci dent: S5 fine on December 18, 1951, for passing on a curve; S100 fine on October 23. 1952, tor operating a have Hfobert E. Barnard Jr., this city, convention chairman, presiding. Toastmasler will be Brian Kane, Baltimore, chairman of the Board, as toastmasler. New officers elccled yesterday will be installed by John H. Coppage, deputy insurance commissioner for Maryland. at the car with a revoked drivers license. His license was revoked twice during that time, on April 30, 1951, and on June 1. 1953.- His driver's permit was reinstated on February 28 of this year, the record -from the Department of Motor Vehicles slated. Sunday Liquor Selling Probed Sale of liquor on Sunday by a South End establishment is being investigated by authorities. The. probe started after Herbert Higson, 44, Williams Road, was ar-. rested Sunday on a drunk charge. Higson was arresled by Officers Ernest M. Powell and Louis Downey. He was released on payment of a $5 bond. F an d ameii talis Is Meet Thursday The Laymen's Christian Fundamentalist Association of Cumberland will hold a seminar in Malta Hall, 67 Prospect Square,-Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Dr. R. W. Trevaskis Sr.. sccre tary, will review "The O'ecumencial Apostolic Council of Jerusalem," the subject discussed in September. Carl Richards, moderator, will lead the discussion of "Modern Judaizing Tendencies 1 fcai Ekkle- sia," the present subject. WVU Faculty Member Slain, Suspect Held English Inslrucloiy Known In Section, Stabbed To Death MORGANTOWN. W.Va. Hi-Mrs. Susan Montgomery Holden, 52- year-old English instructor at .Vest Virginia -University, was 'ound stabbed to death in her bed murder/' said Sheriff E. Johnson. "We have .oday. "It is Clarence one suspect being held for quos- :loning here now." John H. Holden, her husband and an employe of the U.'S. Bureau of Mines experiment station at the university, •' was. out of town on a Business trip, the sheriff reported. "Entrance was gained through a Real Estate * Tax Favored :: By State Unit S . " ?n Committee Declares • Maryland Should Go .,., Slow Abolishing Levy,,.. BALTIMORE W — A special committee of legislators says Maryland should ?o slow on proposals to abolish the State tax on real estate. • ..... The tax is used to pay off bond issues for capital improvements, such as new hospitals, schools, and penal institutions. At almost every session of the General Assembly someone introduces a proposed constitutional amendment to eliminate it. The so-called Northrop Committee, headed by State Sen. Edward S. Northrop (D-Montgomery) and charged with making a thorough study into State finances, last night adopted a statement of policy against., any such constitutional amendment. ""•• Report Accepted .'" Accepting a report by a su> committee on taxation, headed by Del. Blair Lee 3rd (D-Montgomery), the Northrop commute'* made these points about the property tax: 1. Its stability is one of the pri- u mary reasons Maryland has "ah .'enviable credit rating." To substitute a less stable tax doubtlessly" would result' in higher interest rates on public improvement ibonds. 2. It is not an "onerous burden" on taxpayers, nor is it "a significant invasion of the revenue domain of the cities and counties." 3. Its abolition "is not one of the State's more urgent needs." kitchen window'and the house was ransacked throughout. Johnson said. Sprawled In B: ' The body was found pj,iut 8:30 section of Morgantown. Johnson said the^e were knife wounds in But every effort should be made Sheriff to stablize the State's property tax rate and keep it from inching upward, the committee said. One thing it suggested "was that the Stale, through other taxes, a. m. It was sprawled on a bed in . _ the Holden home in the Stincrest could pay .for more' of its public improvements as they are built instead of issuing bonds to pay for the breast, stomach, and'about the them. . ;\ead. - And, it said, new building could Initial examination indicated k *\ M "within rather severe they were inflicted, by a small ;bounds. knife. Sheriff Johnson said Mrs. Holden went out last night. It was not determined immedi- Caiilions Against Haste "We can see no objection to to dinner with friends ultimate reduction and even elimi- 'nation of the State property tax," the committee said, "but we cau- atcly if anything had been,taken '>™ tll(: G <™ ral Assembly against from the house." '! i 6 "*' 16 movements of the rate. Mrs. Holden started her 30-yearj Program tomorrow when the bloodmobile unit from Washington comes here.for its third and final visit of the year. The unit will be at the Kcyser High gymnasium from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and if the county quota of 106 pints is not met the Red Cross will drop the Mineral County Chapter from its program, according to Gay Mellon, executive secretary of the chapter. Mineral county has met its quota only once since ihe program started in 1952, the amount being reached on the occasion of the inauguration of the visits. The setup provides for visits every four months'and on the last occasion. May 17. the bloodmobile received only 38 pints. Obituary COOPER—Jonas, 70, Elkins. GODI.OVE—Mrs. Susan, 83, Wardensville. JAMES-Mrs., Floyd, 43, Detroit, former resident of Frostburg. SHOUT—John L.. 71. Froslburg. SIMMONS—Isaac, 82, Eomney. Mrs. Floyd James FROSTBURG—Mrs. Elsie (Layman) James, 43, wife of Floyc James, former residents, died early this morning at her home 12822 (Continued on Page 12) 'STATE INSURANCE AGENTS' OFFICERS-rThcac lire tho new officers of (tie Maryland[Association 1 ,of' insurance' Agents elected yesterday'at'Ihe 10th,annual convention: being held,In the Fort ••Cumberland Hotel, Lett to right arc Truman B, Cnsh, Westminster, formerly of Cumberland, secretory! Robert J, Thomtis, Bnl- llmoro, vlcn president; II, II. McFarlln, Rlvcrdnlo, president,; and J; C, Illnvln, Baltimore, treasurer. Other officers not pictured Included Rodney J. Brooks Jr., Baltimore, chairman of the board of directors! Robert J. Thome, Baltimore, .executive vice president! C' K; Oakley, Baltimore, re-elected' executive secretary- 'treasurer, and J. Vernon Coblcntz, Frederick, national director. The convention 'closes tonight' at tho Shrine Country Club, . oined the university staff in 1946 such as the recent experience 'of going from an ll-cent rate down to a 5-cerit rate for several years and then back up to 11 cents. '. . "Perhaps it would be more hclp- nd was married to Holden in-1950.'"1 if the-State would reduce its A brother, Newton Montgomery', ves in Washington. D. C. Victim Known Here Mrs. Holden, a daughter of the ate Sam B. Montgomery, of King- 'ood, prominent for many years n West Virginia politics, was a alive of Kingwood and a graduate f Kingwood High and West Virgiia University. She was twice married, her firsl usband being Ross White, a well nown high, school teacher and oach in Preston county for a num- er of years. Mrs. Holden had a number of riends in the tri-slate area and intil recent years was a frequent 'isilor to Cumberland and other owns in this section. rate only when there, is reasonable enuit Refused For Beer License The application, of George E. Owings for a Class D (on sale) icer 'license for premises at 332 Virginia Avenue has been reject-d by the Allegany County Board >f Alcoholic Beverage License Commissioners. The opinion filed with the notice if rejection was signed by Walter C. Capper, chairman, and Stanley 0. Hamilton and Howard W. Van- legrift, board members. The license was sought for the :ame premises formerly known as he South End Republican Club vhere a waitress was fatally inured when struck by a chair dur- ng a melee last July. The trustees 'otuntarily. surrendered the license shortly after. The board stated that if a hear- ng,had been held and the license revoked no other license could be ssued for these premises for one -ear. The board also stated that t had received complaints of loud and boisterous operation of the pre- nises previously . The board hole Owings responsible for the way the club had been operated and on this basis refused him the beer license. Firemen Show Pueolator Use Two city firemen instructed students at Memorial Hospital School of Nursing this morning in use 01 he pneolator. and the new mcthoc of artificial-.respiration. Fire.-.Chief Virgil A. Parker said ihe instructors were Herman Cun ningham and Edward Trost. . The pneolator is a device similar :o an ihhalator *hich is used in conjunction with artificial respira ion to revive persons in a state of asphyxiation. The two firemen also demon slratcd the back-prcssiirc, arm lif method of artificial respiration liiat has been approved by th« Red Cross. ...-.•• assurance the lower rate coul maintained. "This goal can be accomplished by holding the State's capital improvement program within rattier severe hounds, or, more realistical- by launching a long-overdue rogram of partial pay-as-you-go nancing of the capital improvements." . Even if 'Hie property tax could e eliminated, the committee said, it should remain available as 'a ollateral security" and not be bolisbed by "an unnecessary and arhstringing constitutional amend- ient." Most candidates in recent politi- al campaigns have promised elim- nation. of the State tax- on, real roporty. • ' '•; Moose Parley^ Here Sunday The Maryland State Moose : As- Delation will hold a bi-monthly meeting here Sunday at 1:30 p. m. t the home of Cumberland Lodge 71. The association comprises 40 odges in. Maryland, Delaware and he District of Columbia, and Sun- ay's meeting will be attended by approximately SO officials and odge representatives. The newest lodge of the association, that at. Wheaton in Montgom- :ry county, was instituted October Talks and reports will be made ly J. John Stoehr, Pittsburgh, regional director; Wilfred L. Spencer, Baltimore Lodge 70, associa-. ion president; Fred Tanner, Dundalk Lodge 1228, first vice president; William Nichols, Hagerstown Lodge 212, second vice president; iam Canatella, Baltimore, sccre- ary; Waller Komorowski, Gardsn- •ille Lodge, civic affairs chairman, ind Thomas Matlhews, Calonsville Lodge 373, ritualistic chairman. : The civic affairs report will include discussion of plans for association 'and individual lodge par- icipation in the -March of Dimes, Cancer Fund drive and other char- table projects. Flurries Reported Snow flurries were reported Sun day In Garrclt County as rain blow Into this section, a col Itirlhs HAMILTON—Mr. and Mrs Woodrow, RD 4, this city, a daughter this morning at. Memorial Hospital. , .'.---.•• MOOMAW-Mr.: and Mrs. Olis W., Ridgclcy, a son this morning-at Memorial. ,-. : .. ' . -.-'.' MORGAN—Mr. «nd Mrs. John P., Orange, Texas, a son on.October 17. The mother Is the '.former. Miss Jean Hacnftllng, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' T..W. Haenflt- ing, this city, The rather is'a 'son of-Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Morgan, also of this city. " ,'JV PETERSON-Mr. ind Mrs. AUtrd, Braddock U'Vms, »' : «m--lhli •-.:morning it.MemorlaL- -^'~-~**- — PRtCB-Mr."»nd Mrs. Frank;!)., Bedford, Pn., a ton thli at Memorial, ..-,- ' .. •,,•: -.•••;•• •••

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