Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 27, 1965 · Page 18
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Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, July 27, 1965
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r The World of Women SIX TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1965. lion more easily. For customers looking for high intensity lamps he gives more concrete tips. The field is in an infant stage but Schwartz says a consumer snould look for accessories that increase tlie versatility of these "A company such as ours shows it is deadly earnest by expanding its offerings " Some lamps now have magnetic bases s o they can be attached to autos. both inside and outside, to aid repaii work. These lamps, also snould be compact and highly portable. In construction, look at where the unit folds. There should be no wires where they might be pinched and broken. Some manufacturers have stepped down the "drive" on partially on the rapid burnout of the bulbs which are not in- BETROTHAL TOLD-Mr and expensive. Since the bulbs a r e Mrs. Kenneth McClone. Land o' I j 1 ^ J al g? buviVth'es^Va'n ° f ^ eir aau s mer - ^ liervj ' « A1 ' thanks for anv h e 1 p I can announce the en- - n ° ne - D > ou.ung incse man j a n Saarnio. son of Mr. and Mrs. ' Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — Your children will have a wonderful time with tambourines made with soft drink bottle caps. Remove the lining from the caps and punch a hole in the center. of each. Take an embroidery hoop, cover with heavy paper. Loosely sew the bottle caps at intervals to the paper. Give the children a few pieces of old bread and some cooky cutters so they can cut out food for the birds. Hang the bread on string on the trees. 11 teaches them to love and care for birds. —MRS. O.E. DEAR POLLY—I am in desperate need of a Pointer. After one or two washings and dry-! ANNUAL PICNIC—Members of the Iron County Homemak- mgs it is impossible to work the! ers and the Iron County Garden Club admire some of the beauti- Lippers on my son's pants. I, mi driftwood creations displayed by Robert Norman, Gile, at ,..,.. .... , the annua] group pj cn } c 2^1^ a t the Gile Flowage Park recently. About 75 persons attended the outing which was highlighted by a ! well received presentation by Norman on the subject of driftwood. Norman encourages all area citizens to take a more avid interest in the collection of driftwood and, as he added, the creative possibilities are endless. Pictured above are, from the left, Mrs. Dave Galarno, Mrs. Emil Tiradani. Mrs. Bert Canalia, Mrs. Floyd Williams, Mrs. Jack Ziperski and Mrs. Alvin Haglund. Norman is standing in back. CDaily Globe Photo) Ann Landers . .Answers Your Problems. Dear Ann Landers: When I slammed the door was, "If you married Jonathan seven years, lose me to a younger woman ago he knew I was ten years j don't say I didn't warn you." older than he was. I have never i Do you feel he has the right lied about my age to anyone, i to ask me to do these things? When Jonathan proposed he ' Shall I swallow my pride to said, "The age difference doesn't i stive my marriage?— PLUS TEN ™aTftS,d m Sto women"' Semelv attractive " S year he began to nag mel 1 ™ 1 "* a facc llfted ' Your hus ' to have" my hau- ^eS Shei I ! Sffl, 18 ^^" 1 ! i"S ""^ rpfuspri he said "Well mavbe if of nis discontent. Ask him to vou'd l lose a little weSht S levcl wlth i 7011 - M * ^uess is that would Slip » I asked "H c 1 P he ' s tired of doin ^ bllsiness wlth what?" He' answereci ^ "Help yoS Dear Plus: No marriage was ever savect ^ d y ein e halr or have to lubricate the zippers after every laundering by r u n - nmg a bar of soap along both rows of teeth. Is there a n y thing I can do to prevent this problem from arising? M a n y look less like my mother and fhlirrh ^ nurcn Lakes, Wis., announce une en- ------.- -.•--..-- -c- ...--_ ........ Jan saarnio, son 01 Mr. ana Mrs. o P t TTTTTA gagement of their daughter, Ifuto supply store (take along Arnold Saarnio , Minocqua, Wis.. juii-i and others with thP «•»«». Patricia Ann. to Robert J. Spar- tne °ngm&} to match v o 11 s . is announded bv M r. and Mrs. J n ± ? M . Ot ' £",!iV Q f. ,'" apani. Marquette. son of Mrs. | rather than the company brand, i Wallace Nelson,' Kenosha. Wis.. ''*° efm ,J, ,,,p ?£*} .«, pa J m w« and the late Mr. Egedio Spar-;Also coming up and something"formerly of Montreal. The wed- comes from nuttin* thP n«nu apani, 300 W. Galena St.. Bes- t<> watch is the elimination of ding nas Deen se t for Aug. 21. •£?"*?",££, putt) "S. the Pants semer. The announcement was ! the transformer in this lighting _._. j "' y° l » '&»«• as this seems to ( st Pau , Lutneran . p r i sci ii a made at a ritualistic betrothal! unit. The lamps without a ... . harm the teeth of the zipper. We ceremony at St. Albert's Catho- .transformer also have specially Ml., MlS. Smith *. ie assuming that you close all CucL VV1 " meet at th ^ cnuicn lie Church. Land o'Lakes. with ! designed bulbs. MrrrZr AnnivPr«srrrv z»PP«-s before laundering any; at 6 p.m Wednesday to go to IviaiK Sinniveisaiy garment. There is a commer-' Norrir Park for a picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith, i cial stick available, under sev- THnitv , llt hprnn TUP s,m 115 South Range Road, c e 1 e- c-ral trade names and quite in- sh [ n e Auild visHa i on will be .brated their 25th wedding anni- .expensive, that will relieve t h e ™ " %?Id nPS d a v at l ™ nm MI- anri Mrs RnhPrt M n « i versary Saturday. July 17, with' i-xistmg problem and is better T nnrh wm ,," M ''ana d ^ily^w^eV °penJ- f e at the Odd Fel.ows than soap for Kibricating zip- ^<* -» * the Rev. Joseph Kleinbeing, pastor, officiating. The bride- elect is completing her senior year at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where she is affiliated with Chi Sigma Lambda Sorority. Her fiance is a . . _ . Maren»SCO Personals graduate of Northern Michigan University. Marquette, and is currently employed by the State of Michigan Department of Social Welfare, as a social worker. aue Mr and Mrs! Cwl Kauff-! Tem P le wnere tney * reeted 100,: Pers.-POLLY man and son, Racine, spent guests. Bethany, Covenant. M i d week- DEAR POLLY — Another Bible study will be held Wed-' several days with their parents For the occasion Mrs. Smith hint for the typists. Place a n nesclav n 'S' nt at 7:3 °Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Havener > wore a mint S reen J ersev dress 'extra sheet of paper back of a Seventy - day Adven t i s t . Sr., and other relatives on thei and a corsage of white carna-j single sheet that you may be Prayer meeting" will be held, tions tied with silver ribbon. Mr. | a white carnal i o n . Mrs. Charles^ sister of Mrs. Sm i t h, his mother in law. Mrs. Earl |aiiu Lawrence Smith, brother of, Christy, and the E. K e a s t! ^ r " Sl ™ tn ' the attendants at; 'family. They also visited r e •! tne wed dmg 25 years ago, had a ran ge Matt Nisula and daughters, Stlivripvant Wi<j arp a e t Va Lake W Gogebic e Sharp Shopping With AILEEN In the last two years the j Datives' and'Trie'nds in' ironwooY • white carnation'corsage and a "better mousetrap" philosophy; Mrs . Gladys Juneai , spent fl , white carnation bountonnl e r e ,; has added new words to ourj weekend in Aurora, Minn., with! * h,,m* i,nrh «, vacabulary and put new items A/fr anrt A/rrK <^""^* °" ri °» ! ouuei iuncn was, s e i v Into the home. High intensity lighting is one Mr. and Mrs. Galinitz and at Hoyt Lakes with Mr. and Mrs., John Collins. of these products. The idea is Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brozzo; not revolutionary but the "spot-i have returned from a 10 dayi ting," of extremely bright light j trip to Williscan, N. D., where ig^g is already reqarding the far-see- j they visited his aunt, M r s j Ing designers with multimillion \ Josie Holmgren, and other re- dollar sales. However, the consumer st i 11 faces problems in selecti n g vvi h nf Wednesday night at 7:30. First Church of Christ, Scientist. A testimonial meeting will be held Wednesday night at 8. The reading room will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. Church of the Nazarene. Prayer meeting will be held at 7 Wednesday night. Assembly of God. Prayer service will be held at 7:30 Wednes- whi P " v latives "IK. typing on. The cylinder will last, day night. sli "i longer than if used with just a „ , .. . , Silver tapers in cry- 1S j ng i e sneet credit for this Salvation Army. The midweek! *--- were on eit h e r; pointer goes to mv tvoine m eeting will be held Wednesday, tables had bud teacher. — MIKE I night at 7. i ai Thp I rnnm a w 1 a5 ! DEAR p OLLY - My Pointer 1 Trout Creek —Assembly of! J. lie IUUIll W " ^ ' ••-• ~~ • • - — ' whe bes Mrs. Adeline Shaw, Antigo . I streamers aid a laree stiver „!. „,• »„„.. ^ ' »,= -?_-,• Creamers ana a laige silver ««.. w..».», u *»^ ^w.^u.i.^! ov. * * A mio. rtuciiuc on aw, /MJUKU ,1 «trpnmp»r^ arm a iaro*p cilupr 9^ faces problems in selecti n g sister of Mrs. Oscar Nickel- \ numeral huSS from the rib- safe, relatively inexpensive high i son, spent a day with the! bon ln the center . The two tiered concerns as old from which curtain God- meeting and Bible intensity lamps. A market i n g specialist f o r a n elect r i c a 1 equipment firm explained the attitudes toward the new field in a recent interview. He credits inventiveness and the field of miniaturization tor spawning this portable lighting unit. Interrupted in the middle of his sales talk, be-moustached Martin Schwartz said he was a great believer in buying national brand merchandise and . snopping in a reputable store. '•'The consumer should consider that it takes a great deal o f money to produce, advertise and market a product. Cheap packaging and slipshod presentation can indicate a company attitude toward the product." He said that when he shops a new item he asks himself: "Is the manufacturer going to be in business tomorrow?" Admittedly he is a pro and can spot the answer to the ques- made curtains I study will be held Wednesday window. I left i "ight at 7:30. original holes and used the Ontonagon-Assembiy of God. Modern Portrait Studio Ironwood "Studio of Prize Winning F Portraiture" Phone 932-3800 »T- it i -., , UU1I III 11 1C V-Clll/Ci . J.11C LWU L1C1.CU v.-.-.i-_ f nt . „ tiT't.\ i»- i v..»w*m** to »j»* - * B.^O^**IUIJ vii uuu. Nickelsons, along with her son.; anniversary cake was decorated' no , oksfffor samre - With the mater- B ible study and prayer service Richard Barnck, and a friend, 1 W jt n s ji v er bells and leaves over ma de covers for > ™ni ho HOIH \iroHr, OC Ho,, ^^M ~* Leonard Kostecki, Chicago, and i topped with a silver 25 niece, Mrs. B. Ashborn, An- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, Miss Marne Anderson and Ro- Miss Sandy Smith, daughter of i *,~l ,, T „ the couple, and Mrs. Robert j MKb - M.L.R. made covers for > W ill be suits and coats, using a store- 7^5. as a pattern. — Wednesday night at riniitrhrpr anservTS GIRLS — I am sorry but I that we cannot answer letters personally. I know it seems to each of you that Ontonagon—Baptist. Pra y e r meeting and Bible study will be "at 7 p.m. Wednesday. bert Anderson spent a day at| cake . Tne y n a( j pink and yellow Camp Plagens, near Waters-(corsages Miss Carol Jean meet, with their granddaughter! Thomas niece of the couple i y . our one lett er would take little and niece, Cathy Guiliano. i took care of tne gift table ^nd time J 3 "* mult iplying that by the - - .- - •• ° number of requests received makes it impossible. Please try Spending their vacation with Miss Sandy Anderson had charge their parents, Mr. and Mrs. of the guest book. Harvey Gagnon, and family and| Mr. Smith and the former Al other relatives, were their sons , ice Barnecott were married Family Lunch By CECILY BROWNSTONE A bland-flavored sandwich to understand. I only wish time! that youngsters usually like - ., . . ... J viij.iv. TTcpo- calari oanritirinVino irVi in law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Donald White, Kankakee, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Austin Milwaukee, and their families. Mrs. Charles Austin, Milwaukee, and a granddaughter, Kim, are visiting an uncle, Thomas McNicholas, for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Allen and family, Milford, are vacationing with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allen Sr., and other relatives. Michigan's Senators Split Their Votes WASHINGTON (AP) — Michigan's two senators split their votes as the Senate Monday confirmed, 76-8, the nomination of former Mississippi Gov. James P. Coleman to the 5th U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Sen. Philip A. Hart voted against the confirmation. Sen. Patrick V. McNamara voted for it. You'll Like Our Name Dropping Here Is a List of Famous Names You See and Hear at SENDEES July 6, 1940 by the Rev. W. G. Prout at the Newport Methodist i Church. They have two children,: Robert of Bayfield, Wis., and allowed for writing each of you ,< Egg 1salad sandwiches, gher- a innir ri»t»inpri ip?n,r ««,««,, Wns, sliced salami with salad a long detained letter repeating,' or! personally on some matter. —POLLY Share your favorite h o m e Sandy, at home, and one grand- "w aic -^ UUI «vome name- daughter, Wendy. j making ideas . . . send them Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and | Mrs. Joseph Barnecott, who were i t^V/r Tf nlfl-i Itl «-»4-f n*ii-1n*i«in V\ n r* n itrUCtn i CJUUdF II greens and cherry tomatoes, seedless grapes, beverage. EGG SALAD SANDWICHES 6 hard-cooked eggs cae Ir0nW ° ° d sauce Vi cup commercial tartar also in attendance, had a white carnation corsage and a white carnation taountonniere, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Smith received many lovely cards and gifts and a purse of money. Club Activities The Gogebic Range Jay Cettes will meet tonight at 8 at the St. James Hotel. Mrs. Thomas Upton will show movies of her trip to England. The members of Indianhe a d Chapter, Sweet Adelines, Inc., are asked to meet tonight at 7 in front of the parish building of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Wakefield, to go in a group to Lakeside Memori a 1 Chapel to pay respects to Mrs. Pedro Garcia, mother of a member of the group. State Youth Drowns PORT AUSTIN (AP) — Gary Gawronski, 16, of Garden City, drowned Monday in Lake Huron near Port Austin. • LEE'S CARPETS • KARPEN • VALENTIN E-SEAVER • KROEHLER • CHROMCRAFT • LLOYD • TELL CITY • WESTINGHOUSE • PROVINCE TOWN • SEALY • KING KOIL • J. L. CHASE • BRADLEY LAMPS • HOOVER • SUNBEAM Soft bread crumbs plus milk and an egg help to make meat balls with an excellent texture. Use about y 2 cup of the crumbs and J .4 cup of milk to a pound of ground beef. Add salt and pepper to taste. And remember that to make soft bread crumbs the crusts should be removed from the bread before crumbing. Sendek Furniture Co. Bosstmer, Michigan Ph. 667-3141 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 P.M. Other Evenings by Appointment CREDIT AVAILABLE IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Eino Maki, who passed away July 27, 1963: Gone is ihe face we loved so dear, Silent is the voice we loved to hear; Too far away for sight or speech, But not too far for thought to reach. Sweet to remember her who once was- here, And who, though absent, is just as dear. Sadly Missed by Husband, Children and Grandchildren in Polly's Pointers. uses your ldea Entries in Queen Contest Due July 31 The Colorama Harvest Festival Queen Committee of the Oma-South Carey Commu n i t y Club announces that girls wishing to compete for the Harvest Festival Queen title must have their name sent to t h e chairman of this event by July 31. Girls 15 to 18 and residents of Iron County are eligible to enter this contest. Entries can be sent to Mrs. Leo Saari, Route 1, Hur ley, giving name, age and telephone number where the entry can be reached. The queen picked for the Harvest Festival will reign as queen over all events that will take place at the Colorama activities during Sept. 25 and 26. Events other than the queen contest include beard growl n g, turkey shoot, horse shoe tournament for men and women, log sawing for both sexes, Harvest Ball, plus many other amusements for young and old alike in this t\vo day affair. USE DAILY GUJBB WANT-ADS 1 tablespoon pickle relish l teaspoon cider vinegar Vs teaspoon salt \4 teaspoon white pepper 8 slices bread Mash eggs, while still warm, or put through ricer; mix. with tartar sauce, pickle relish, vinegar, salt and pepper. Make 4 sandwiches of the mixture with the bread; cut each sandwich in half diagonally. Sandwiches may old, established firm. I a- i> <t more like my wife." I consid-i Dear A » n , Lande ™ : , M f ny ered this an insult and told;P e °P le wr ' te to air their gripes. him go j They say it makes them feel bet- Last night he suggested that ter so I'm going to do the same. This friend of mine and I have been close for years. Mary and I must admit I have my face lifted. When I made it plain that I'd never, consider such a thing he called; J ° V( r s to . ..._.., , u me a big fool. The last thing he i s le s ^ at il - Sne s , in ,. n . e r said before he walked out and! I* 101 * when everyone Is listen- i ing to her. But when Mary tells ~" ' i something she invariably gets ! hung up on some unimportant ' detail and it drives me crazy. i Mary will say. "I was supposed to call her Friday—no it was Thursday, no it was Friday because we were invited to my mother's for dinner that night and Morris got sick. Wait—I'm confused, that was two weeks ago. It was Thursday becau s e School and You By SUSAN LIGHT DEAR MRS. LIGHT: Several times in the past I have found myself disagreeing with y o u r solutions to school problems. I would therefore be interested in 8248 1-5 yn. THE NEW PATT-0-RAMA TINY JUMPER OUTFIT— As pretty as a picture — dainty pleated dress for little girls. It can double as a sundress, or jumper with the companion blouse. No. 8248 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 years. Size 2, dress, 1% yards of 35- inch; blouse, 7 /s yard. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the Fall and Winter '65 edition of our pattern magazine Basic Fashion. Personal Items Barbara and Nancy E r m, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Erm Jr., Marquette, are spending two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Erm, 625 Sutherland St. Mrs. Arvid R. Rhenlund, 454 be made the night before serv- E. Oak St., her son in law and ing—if they are wrapped tightly | daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul knowing the extent of your ex-| my cleanln g ]ady didn't show up perience in school matters. and _ .. By lhat Ume rve Jost in . inanx you—L. o. o. terest ANSWER: I am always glad; she'does this all the time to receive comments and opin-j and it gets on my ne rves. Is ions from readers, regardless; there a way to cure her?— of whether they agree or dis- , NEEDLES AND PINS agree with me. So often the, viewpoint depends on the shoes; Dear Needles: Probably not, the viewer is in. In giving ad-; since it's clear that Mary is neu- vice, I try to take a practical, rotic about detail. But you can helpful approach, tackling t h e try. problem realistically rather than' The next time she starts the, idealistically. I "No it was Thursday not F r 1- As for the extent of my ex- '• day." routine interrupt with, perience in school matters. I'll, "It doesn't matter to me which have to go back more years day it was—please go on, you're than I like to count. My father spoiling the story." was a high school principal, and * <"• o several of my relatives were ele-i Dear Ann Landers: What on mentary principals or teachers.' earth is wrong with a mot h e r I grew up hearing them "talk! who follows her four-year-old shop." j son around on the playground After receiving my B. S. and with a comb and brush and a M. A. degrees. I taught junior! damp wash cloth? high school English. During my! This woman is very intelll- daughter's early school years,' gent when it comes to literature I substituted in all grades and; and music but when it comes to subjects from kindergarten raising children she has a lot through senior high. When she to learn. entered high school, I returned 1 Yestrday her son fell in the to full-time teaching. Following mud and she scolded him for get- an assignment in a private girls' ting dirty. The woman made academy, I took a position as such a fuss I felt sorry for the a first-grade teacher in a public ; child. I finally couldn't keep quiet suburban school, where I will! any longer so I told her that all being my fourth year this fall.! kids get dirty and no kid ever From a parent's angle, I have | died from it. She told me to been a room mother twice, a j mind my own business. What do member of the PTA Board and; you say?—TRYING TO HELP a common, garden-variety moth-i er in anxiously following m y Dear Trying: I say all kids daughter's progress through school. Our next-door neighbor get dirty and no kid ever died from it. But mind your own busi- has been a member of the local i ness school board for several years, !> * * so I've heard school problems! Ann Landers will be glad to discussed from the vary ing] help you with your problems. standpoints of teachers, adminis-1 Send them to her in care of this trators, board members, stu-i newspaper enclosing a stamped, dents and parents. Which one | self-addressed envelope. are yOU? j Copyright. IBes. rteld Enterprise!, Int. DEAR MRS. LIGHT: We have had several requests for the School Health Education Study Summary Report as a result of your recent column. We are most appreciative for the accurate and perceptive response you gave to the "alarmed mother." ANSWER: And thank you for writing. I have included your address in the event that other readers may be interested i n sending for the report. Auxiliary to Have Picnic Wednesday The Iron County Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will have a potluck picnic Wednesday at the Risku cottage at Pine Lake. All members are asked to meet at the VFW Memorial Hall at 5:30 and are asked to call Mrs. Frances Ris- ku, phone 561-5350, concer n i n g transportation. in plastic film or aluminum foil and are refrigerated. Makes 4 servings. Births Strnad. Mr. and Mrs. Pet e r Strnad, Ewen, a son, July 26 at Divine Infant Hospital, W a k e- field. When you are stuffing eggplant, halve the vegetable lengthwise, then cut out the pulp in chunks leaving a shell that California. is about Vi-inch think. The pulp can be cooked until soft and mixed with bread crumbs, milk, eggs, plus seasonings and liquid for the filling. The stuffed eggplant halves will need about % hour baking in a modera t e oven. Wiemeri, and grandson, Gregory, and her daughter, Miss Sandra Rhenlund, all of Milwa u k e e , have returned from a vacation trip to Los Angeles, Calif., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Miles Pezich and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wagner Browne and! family and Arnie Laakso. En' route they visited Yellowsto n e i National Park, the Badlands of South Dakota, Mt. Rushmore, Old Faithful Geyser, Big Boulder Dam and various places in i T Y Y Easing the burden of care in time of sorrow... Promptly, thoughtfully, we assume the responsibility for every detail with respect to final arrangements. And our high standard of service goes hand in hand with judicious attention to sensible harmony. • Y f J 217 S. Mansfield IRONWOOD • MICH. Ph. 932-5110 "Gee, don't you think you cut it a little close on top?" Giving the barber the business is little Steven Mark Tiziani, 6-month-old son of Mr. and, Mrs. Bob Tiziani, Ironwood. PHOTO, OF COURSE, BY BABY'S FAVORITE PHOTOG... KEN AHO AT KENNY'S STUDIO 127 C. Aurora Phent 832-3620 . Where Every Wednesday Is" |< Special for Mom and Baby Elgin Centennial- Year Priced, No Federal Tax Mulching Sconces, 9.95 pr. Slarbursl motif cordless electric clock. Your choice oi walnut or ebony finished spokes dramatically overlaying bold brass. Glealning brass dial with harmonizing center enhances this decorator wall piece. No. E-65—ebony and brass—25* diameter, 7* dial No. ti-67—walnut and brass—25" diameter, 7" dml New RANGE JEWELERS Just One Flite Up Over Old Location

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