The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 12, 1959 · Page 7
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STUDYING THE KEY — Carol Norton various civic and H. Jon Miller check locations of ping centers Art Students Portray Ideal Austin in 1980 An idealized community of Austin in 19GO, when the city will, in probability, boast a population of around 50,000, has been planned Carol Norton, Ann Severson, Bes-; buildings, parks and shop- in Austin of the future. Windows in Broken City MORE NAMES ARE WANTED More name Suggestions (or the new community hotel-motel are wanted. Ed Flitton, chairman "of the name contest, said today that 420 have been submitted, but the committee hope to have more than 500 added from which to select. Deadline is midnight Friday. Blanks are available at THE HERALD, the three Austin banks, Home Federal, Austin Savings and Loan and Labor Center. Flitton said (he committee hopes to be able to announce the name at the annual Hotel' Motel Corp. meeting Feb. 9. Don Ritland Starting on Pacific Flight Don Ritland, Austin High School vocational agriculture instructor, today began a two-week military 240 Solicitors Start Canvass in Rural Areas Two hundred forty solicitors started house-to-house canvass of Mower County's 2,500 farms in the first Combine Rural Solicitation Attack Trial of Teamsters Is Postponed Trial of three teamsters, in connection with a tear gas attack on a Milaca. Minn., truck driver, scheduled to start today in Louisville, Ky., has been postponed until Feb. 23, William Nierengarten, Austin drive. The drive is a combination of! attorney said today, the Red Cross, Sister Kenny and! Nierengarten is representing Heart Fund appeals in the farm- Lloyd Alexander, 33, who lost el- ing areas. The individual goals are: Red Cross, $3,650; Kenny, 1 $2,400; Heart, $1,000. "Each contributor must designate how his gift is to be, apportioned among the three agencies," William Bartlett, drive chairman said. "CRS is merely a joint collection and not a federated drive." CRS was organized last year by the Farm Bureau, Farmers Union and Grange to end the duplication of fund solicitations In the rural areas. All charitable agencies were invited to join CRS but only these three accepted, Bartlett said. Endorsement of the drive •today en me from Hnrlow Sayle most complete sight in one eyfi and partial in another after the alleged attack by the three men in Louisville. Alexander, now at home in Milaca, is undergoing care ''•"m a specialist at the hospital in St. Cloud. , Nierengarten said the postpone nient was granted to the defense attorney representing the three men because he was physically unable to appear. The judge however warned that this would be the last postponement and that the trial would go on as scheduled Feb. 23 even if the defense attorney is unable to np sie Thompson, Susan Twiggs, Gai-; Po i ice are investigating a var-!,'„.,«„ nffJ/,' pn Wehpv VntMoon wii,.™ o,,,i:,-.__ -r .•,_.. , ,. .executive olncer " «-• — — ---.. \iuif v,<] i nc 11 vjtii iitiiii/w vjoj it;r»( v«w •>,»»"».• »uuwi*»v<,} *n .!.«»»•.* •». UL* *• r* leave to serve as pilot in a trans- Farm Bureau president. He said: pear, Nierengarten said. The port squadron on a Navy cruise. | "i strongly urge all rural peo- three men are charged with malicious willful shooting, cutting 01 poisoning. A Lieutenant-Commander in thei ple to have thcir conlrlbut i on rea . Wilcox and and devised In relief by Austin! High school Art I students. Under the supervision of Young, instructor, the young ar-j tists projected their thoughts into! the future, first determining the needs of such an expanded community 21 years hence, then planning the most favorable locations' for such buildings and residential developments. In the center or core of this "new" Austin Is placed the entire educational system, including a college. Not only did the students effectively discuss, plan and work together, Young pointed out, but they received the added experience of working with three-dimensional problem solving, whereas previous mural work, done by the seventh and eighth grade art classes, had consisted of only two dimensions. Serving as co-chairmen of the special project, which has been Wayne Wolfe ; Lutheran Church The Rev. James Braaten, assistant pastor of St. Olaf Lutheran Church, will present the first of a series of talks on "My Church, Its Origin, History and Program," before fellow ministers Tuesday. It will be the first meeting in 1959 of the Austin Ministerial Assn. at 10 a.m. in Church of Christ. Other churches will be pre sented in succeeding meetings. Business, refreshments and fellowship will follow the program. New Books at City Library j Naval Reserve program Ritland is of Transport 814 out of Wold- Chamberlain Field, Minneapolis. iety of window - breakings over Squac ] ron V R the weekend Chamberlain .... A possible break - in at Austin Dud lhe two . High School Saturday was report- week crd thjs ed. Windows were broken and! dron will R FICTION Elston, Wyoming Manhunt. Gallico, Mrs. 'Arris goes displayed in the senior high school; Paris, library and is now on exhibit forj Hull > Wind Rose, two weeks at the First National' Bank, were H. Jon Miller, and! Pat Stoik. Other Art I students who participated in the special vandals reaching in to unlock! them. Nothing in the building was disturbed, however. Fred G. Schoenecker reported chunks of ice used to break five windows in his home recently. Latest breakage was Saturday when one window was broken by ice. A broken door window at Bill's Drive-In Liquor Store at Bridge and Franklin, Sunday was reported to police. Vandals hurled a piece of pipe through the glass. A car reported stolen Saturday from Tony De Mars, Mapleview, was located . near, East Side Lake, about noon Sunday, The car was stolen from Fordtown, River near Oakland. DAMAGE FROM SPARKS to Koningsberger, Affair. O'Connor, Officers and Ladies. to San Diego, where it will join the VR-21 detachment. Training flights will then be taken from San Diego to Honolulu, Whibey Island Naval Air Station at Seattle, Ritland Panama ,and Cuba, as well as to all sections within the country. Such flights, Ritland explained will be taken in R5D aircraft, a four-engine type of plane comparable to the DC4 commercial aircraft. Teaching for Ritland during his military leave will be Vincent Meyers, former Adams resident, who taught vocational agriculture be 4 More Dead in Weekend Car Crashes Ry THE ASSOCIATED PKRSS STRIKING THE SET — Two production members of "T h e Reluctant Dragon" put up the set for the children's production brought here Saturday by members of rhe Minneapolis Junior League. The play was directed by Don Stoltz. The leaguers had to work fast Saturday, arriving just a half hour before the curtain was scheduled to open. Total attendance al both performances was 1,800. The AAUVV sponsored the show. Firemen were called at 3:25 p.m.jf° r e he became agricultural repre- Saturday to the home of Roger i sentative for the Portland Cement Matter, 1305 S. Kenwood. Sparks!Assn. 14 years ago. from a fireplace caused minor damage. Ritland has served in the Navy program for 17 years this June. activity include Lucy Bell, Shir ley Braaten, Lenard Brimacomb, Sue Corbin, Patty FLnholt, Kathryn Fischer, Marian Gauthier, Lucille Hansen, David McAllister, NON-FICTION Worthington, Miss Alcott of Concord. Jablonski, Gerschwin Years. Hamilton, Bon-owed Angel. Hurst, Anatomy of Me. Costain, Three Edwards. Youth to 'Get a Taste' of Jail for Forgery One guilty and two innocent dy when their neighborhood CRS solicitor calls this week. Sister Kenny, Red Cross and the Heart Fund are the only agencies that, elected to join our drive this year, j Remember -this is the one andi only rural drive this year. The! Farm Bureau is proud to have! worked with the other farm organ-, izations in Mower County in mak-j ing it possible to combine rural! drives this year. The weather looks; favorable this week, so let.'s all work together to reach our CRS goal by Saturday of this week." At the same time, women's or-, ganizations who usually make con-! enc ' > tributions to any of the three ag-' G ' oriil encies, are requested lo contribute | ter of Mr - and Mrs - WiUis Lul7 this year through CRS. Mrs. Say-! wick of Lilke Benton, Minn., was les, promotional chairman, said killeci Saturday night when the car cards will be prepared for group in , which^he^was riding^went out contributions. Iowa Driver Fined 3 Times in Collision One driver was issued three tickets and two others were tagged in five collisions reported to police over the weekend. Elmer Steil, 45, New Hampton, Iowa, was tagged for drunken driving, failure to stop for an accident and driving without a driv- Boy, 16, Killed in 'Rifleman' Gun Accident ANOKA, Minn. <AP> —Emulation of the shooting tactics of television's "Rifleman," and not a "Superman" stunt, figured in UK __ ., , , i iicciclennl shooting of a Ifi-vsir- •Two young persons died tn KCP-. , d Coon R , ds boy Un{ , ci . sl ;,, ifj ara c automobile ace, d e n I s in lry B . )n . eU ^ s ;| t southern Minnesota over the week-1 • ^ of control and overturned near Luverne. the road was icy. Five per; HFRA10 ' MOM., JAN. 12, 1959 PAGE 7 Registration Tuesday for Evening School Registration for Austin Adult]ing — classroom and wheel, Eng- Barrctt said Patrick A. McGuiro.l Evening School offering 35 courses lish and citizenship for new Am- also 16, hnd admitted firing the i in seven areas will be between rifle squirrel-hunting companion, Donald DeForrcst, Dec. 27. In further questioning, McGuirc ericans, practical law, practical which killed^his j 7 anc | jj p , n Tuesday in the Aus-; public speaking, golf, recreational tin High School Cafeteria. : swimming, fundamentals of bridge, Areas covered will be business ; retail salesmanship, economic dls- and re-! cussion group, fundamentals of Sheriff Neil Roberts said told Barrett lie was practicing j education, general interest i was icv. Five persons in-i shooting tactics he had seen on creation, distributive ed education,.sewing, intermediate sewing, fab- jured in the accident were hos- the "Rifleman" show when the; homemaking, trade extension forric and felt hats, knitting, tail- pitalized at Sioux Falls, S.D. John Murphy Jr.. 21, Rochester, tragedy occurred. According to the i tradesmen, shop classes and re- i oring, automotive engines, service nuclei-sheriff, McGuire s a i r' 1 -- ll -'~ 1 > — •—••— *-- '--'—'•-—•> — fired five shots forward, then i prentices. All courses will be sub-i' whirled and fired a shot bapk. He' ject to minimum enrollment. mediately in back of him. ; from $3 lo ;)G for the wheel driv- -....-.....-. pleas were heard before Judge A. C. Richardson in Mower County District Court this morning. Jon Miller, 18, Austin Rt. 1, pleaded guilty to a charge of Proper Spinal Hygiene Plays Important Role ff . , t — —• • — e> ...-.."v.- .. ^.... ncvi-C, btt. v^miLUli, w e\^ i\inv;vt uuii- offenses when he was lb, w a s'er's license. In Municipal Court rtay just 32 feet over the Iowa bord- given five years under jurisdic- ] today, Steil paid a fine of $100 on tion of the YCC with the sen- i the drunk driving charge, $50 for died Saturday in an accident west of Winona. The car in which he, , was riding overturned on Highway did., t know DcForrest was im- j Tuitbn fecs for cours(Jg range 14. The driver, Raymond Knulson! of rural Rochester, escaped injury. John A. Clemen, 51, Crookston, died Sunday in a Crookstou hospital of injuries suffered Thursday night when struck by a car. Police said Clemen apparently slipped as he stepped into the street. A fourth Mhmesotan, PhyllU Pierce, 22, Canton, was killed Sun- Group Urges Continuance of Gas System tuneup, auto body repairing, wheel alignment, advanced weld- advanced machine shop, ad- I vanced television servicing, basic i ^""training "course" while'"English I ra( ?l°' inl « me f ate w ° <? d w ° rk ' ifor new Americans and citizen . welding, carpenter apprentice, cler, Iship for new Americans are o{ ."cal apprentice, plumber appren- \, i r ui- u tice, sheet metal ' fered free as a public service by ' the Austin school system, accord-) ing to Dean R. I. Meland andi Morton Carney, directors. i If a course wanted is not list- I ed, it is suggested that 10 adults tence suspended, and was put on five years' probation. He was also ordered to serve not having a driver's license and another $50 for failure to stop for an accident. er on Highway 52. Authorities said the driver ot the i third-degree forgery after County in the Mower County jail from next Steil's car hit the car of Dar- One's ability to work depenji primarily on health. There is, however, n class oi workers who ire afflicted with ailments not severe enough to cause loss of time from work. It is not sufficient that workers he merely well enough to continue at their job; they must he EFFICIENT! Work poorly done or too slowly done may cost a man his job. What the worker wants to know is how to maintain his nood health in the most economic way. Three basic requirements for health are: proper rest and diet, proper sanitation, and PROPER SPINAL HYGIENE. What is proper spinal hygiene? e The human body is a delicate machine of many pans \>liiUi must be kept in proper adjustment if the machine is to function. Particular attention must be given to the spine, from which nerves radiate to all parts of the body. This column of small bones called vertebrae, is placed one on top of another and held in position hy muscles and ligaments. When these vertebrae are moved sli.nhtly out of ttieir normal position thru twist or strain, a pressure is created on nerve minks which emerge from the spinal cord between these vertebrae. Pressure on these nerves, lifelines of the body, does not always register pain, but will result in reducing the flow of viral energy to some portion of the body. The services of an expert are re-quired to keep the bixly in adjustment. The chiropractic physician is t body mechanic skilled in the art of spinal correction. It is his work to keep the many parts of the spine in proper adjustment so that the nerves can carry their life-giving energy to every part of the body. Where the nerve lines are all open, the worker has more energy to do his work, is more efficient on the job and less tired at day's end. Consult your local doctor of chiropractic regularly; he will help in keeping you well and efficient on the job. PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF BETTER HEALTH BY AUSTIN DOCTORS OF CHIROPRACTIC Attorney Wallace Sieh and Judgi Richardson granted a request by Miller's attorney, Robert Leigh} ton, to amend the charge from second-degree forgery. j Admits Juvenile Offenses Miller, who admitted juvenile I Flying Pastor Kooy Honored on Birthday! for 1:3 ° p - m - Jan - 14 - Da » iel s, in * I Sion c ltifr»f m a f irvn it'tir* ftVtntirmrl Friday afternoon until the morn-llene Chinnow, 704 S. Railway, ing of Jan. 22 "to get a taste about 4:35 p.m. Saturday at Main of confinement." Miller admitted passing a $35 forged check at Sawyer's DX Service Station on Dec. 18. Jerome Daniels, 25. Rochester, and Mill. A police squad car was when Steil left the scene. Damage of $200 was done to the Chinnow car and $100 to Steil's, A passenger, Maurice Wolfe, 900 pleaded innocent to a charge, of i w> Maple> was injured about 2 . 25 indecent assault and trial was set p . m . Sunday when a car driven , by Thomas Goetsch, Austin Rt. 3, jSiehs information, was charged)hit a power pole at Allegheney Pastor Herman Kooy was hon-1 with indecently assaulting a 6- ored on his birthday at a surprise potluck dinner Sunday following worship services at Church of Christ. A birthday cake, topped with a year-old girl at Waltham on Nov. 10, 1958. Fights Assault Charge Melvin Osterkamp, 28, Albert near Cedar. Wolfe was given first aid at St. Olaf Hospital and released. Damage of $250 was done to Goetsch's car. He was tagged for careless driving. Lea, pleaded innocent to a charge j A collision at 6:30 p.m. Saturday JN. C., in December, where he conducted classes for a week at the Negro Bible College. Pastor Kooy i is a member of the Austin Pilots i Club. ST. PAUL (AP) — The Lgis- interested in the same course con- ature was told today by a 10- tact the director, who will make ..I'll' r^trr nt nf 1 car William O'Hara, 24, Waukon i member legislative interim com- told them that after meeting an . ^ d , ,, I system for nonhighway use of gas- oncoming car he went onto thcj ,. shouM be continued> shoulder of the road and lost control of the vehicle. every effort to make the courses available. Courses offered are: Beginning typewriting, refresher typing and « „ „,„„.. , The five senators and five rep- office machines, beginning short- The deaths raised Minnesota i resenlatives comprising the study | ha » d - refresher shorthand 6il traffic deaths for this year to 15, group recommended only one mi .; painting, photography, driver train- compared with 23 during the same period last year. Plzak Is Honored by Bar Members William Plzak, retired clerk of District Court, was honored by the Mower County Bar Assn. at a dinner Friday at King's Wood Hotel. The 20 nor change — elimination ,of the provision requiring notarization of the tax refund papers. The commission said its study i showed that the Minnesota system I works as well as any other in the country. Chiefly farmers, who use the gasoline for agricultural purposes, receive refunds of the gasoline tax. For Expert Pointing and Decorating •INTERIOR •EXTERIOR" CALL HE 3-8363 or HE 3-5100 FOR FREE ESTIMATES TONY WIEL 206 t. Franklin niiniature airplane comrhemorat-' of second degree assau]t and was ! at Water and Hickory brought one ed his plane trip to Winston-Salem, j released on $500 bail. | more traffic ticket and injury to The charge against Osterkamp ; a Passenger. Damage of $200 was alleged fracas in' done to the car of Richard L. of the Turf Bar ! clark ' 403 s - Franklin, and $100 to ; early morning Dec. 24. Jay E. the P arked car of A " L Van . . „< ,. Gannon, 707 Rochford, alleges that i House - 307 s - Third - Doris v a " In the evening, about 40 youths Q . , ' . , ' . ° , House complained of neck injuries. th " - " h ™* *"' '"-««"• (Osterkamp broke Jus, ja* in a clark wag Ugged ^ ^^ driving. Damage of $20 was done to the car of Ethel Bringsford, Austin Rt. 5, and $5 to the car of Gerald Baun, Austin Rt. 4, in a collision at 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Brownsdale and Oak. Robert Reimers, Austin Rt. 4, told police damage of $65 was done to his parked car at the St. Farm groups have urged discon- attorneys presented , tinuance of the notarization of the Plzak with an inscribed gift in| tax refund papers while the state appreciation of his IK years of ser- Tax Department believes notariz- vice in the county office. William! at ion of claims helps in enforce- Sucha, Plzak's successor, was a 1 nient of the law. of the church and their leaders, honored Pastor Kooy at a p a r t y at the Donald Whitcomb home, 1814 River Parkway. Wayne Scott, youth group president, presented him with a birthday gift from the group following a social hour. 7 Dogs Held at Animal Shelter ! fight. I Farmers Mutual ;to Meet Tuesday i Stockholders in the Mower Coun- j ty Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. will hold their annual meeting at !l:30 p.m Tuesday in the KG Hall. . , . , . . . ., , The re P° rts of the vear ' s busi-jQlaf Hospital parking lot in a hit- The animal shelter today is hold- • ness will be made by E. G. Schroe-' run accident betwen 8:30 - 12:30 ing seven dogs for identification.: der, secretary, and 3 directors 1 p . m . Sunday. They include: Collie, male, two w iu be elected. Terms of B. J.i j The commission said it believes | this requirement could be elimi jnated without interfering with ad- j ministration of the act. i The legislators were looking forward today to Gov. Freeman's guest. Richard D. Hull Enlists in Army Richard D. Hull, son of Mr. Mrs. Milo Hull, rural Lyle, has \smlie selsion" Wednesday "when enlisted in the Army and has been| they wj] , j]ave unfolded new tax assigned to Ft. Carson, Colo., I proposals on how to raise about for basic training, Austin Recruiter ' Sgt. Tom Richards said this morning. 82 million dollars in new revenues. Hull, a 1957 Austin High School SKKV1CE VETERAN graduate, will be assigned to thei WEST HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — years; Boxer, male, two years; Brittany Spaniel, male, one year; brown and black part • Terrier, Huseby, Edgar Christgau and| Henry Schliehting Jr., expire. j Officers are Huseby, president,' Graduate In Alf LeRoy - Ostrander male, one year; black'and white |, Scnlichtingi vice president, and part-Terrier, male, four months; Nels Goodwini treasurer, brown Shepherd, male, one year; brown Cocker, male, two years. Signal Corps at Ft. Monmouth, N. J., after completing basic. 2 AHS Graduates Enlist in U.S. Navy Rear Adm. George T. Peltengill, ret. 81, veteran of 47 years in the service and holder of the Navy Cross, died Sunday. He was born in Boise, Idaho. Few Christians will deny that the Ten Commandments are God's design for human conduct. Some so- called Christians think they are out-modcd. But how many know what they really mean? '"rhou shalt not steal," for example, obviously forbids robbery, burglary and embezzlement. What many evidently do not realize is that this Commandment also for- sids evasion of just debts, bribery to gain political and business advantages, lending money at usurious rates, and other sharp practice* which are often dishonestly excused as "smart business." The Commandments speak only in broad, general terms. Their full meaning can be understood only in the light of the teaching of the Parties ar* i SOMETHING SPECIAL ... at the famous Chandelier Room. The congenial atmosphere, superb cuisine and conscientious service makes the Chandelier Room ideal for your bridge party, club meeting or any other social event. Yet we are priced within a modest budget. Have your party or social event at the Chandelier Room — Conveniently located in downtown Austin. Phone HE 3-8821 For information and Reservation*! Bruce Elliot, son of Mr. and ; Mrs. Floyd Elliot, Ostrander, has i enlisted in the Air Force and been ! assigned to Lackland AFB, Texi as for the first part of his basic training, Sgt. Wendell Kizer, Aus- Red Cross Drive Captains Named Ozzie Highum and Roger Saman!tin recruiter, said today, iiave been named business cap-1 Elliot is a 1958 graduate of Le tains of the 1959 Red Cross fund | Roy-Ostrander High School, drive, L. E. Wiersig, general fund; drive chairman, said this morning. | CLASS TO . START The appointments were made by J Adult confirmation (Inquirer's Ray Bowers, business chairman of class) will begin at 8 p.m. today ; the fund drive during March. :. a t Christ Episcopal Church. The The business section will be re- Rev. T. J. Williams, pastor, an-; sponsible for fund raising in the nounged today that sessions willi business sections of Austin. be held in the church. : Two lUM Austin High School} graduates have enlisted in the; Navy and have been assigned to ; the San Diego Naval Station for boot training, Austin Recruiter chief B. K. Ray said today. The recruits are Bernard C. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson, 110 Ash, and James Hulet, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hulet, 806 W. Winona. Dr. A. E. Barrett Austin Chiropractic Health Center New Location: 509 East Oakland Ave. Hemlock 3-7565 OfT THE GENUINE mm mm TOILET TANK BALL Neliy running toll»l» can wottt ov»r IOOQ galipot of water o day. Tht •Hlclvnt, patented Wgttr Matter tank bgll inMantly Uopi the flow «i wgtv after each fluihina. 75e AT HARDWARE JTOM$ FOR CASH Quick Loan* NO RED TAPE! AUSTIN IOAN (0. Licensed (Jndet f.linneiotf Sm<tU Loan Att A wide variance of opinion also prevails as to the meaning of the Commandment: "Thou shalt not bear false witness Against thy neighbor." Some apparently think this it a prohibition only Against perjury in a courtroom. Actually, k i* a warning against lies of all description! and ail acts of commit* sion and omission which injure the good name and reputation of another. You hear people say, with wwg asiurancc: "I keep the Commandment* — that's enough." And it would indeed be enough if they truly understood what the Commandments require. But we omit read "between the lines" if we art rightly to understand God'i instructions and to live according to Hi* design. If you want to be «u» ... if you want to refresh your mind on the true and full meaning of God's rules of life..,wr«t today for our free Pamphlet No. call on you. New Testament, "I am the Lord, thy God; rhou shalt not have strange gods before me," u taken mean only that they a Supreme Being, iges us to prayer, {gratitude, hope and worship, even j though these words are not mentioned. Most Christians agree that The Lord's Day must be kept holy. Yet there is a wide difference of opio- KC-12. It wiU be sent to you is * ion as to how this should be done plain wrapper, tod nobody vtfl . . indeed, there k even wo* disagreement M to tvhtn th* Loral's Day should be observed. When God said "Thou shalt not kill," He was not warning mankind ! merely against murder due to ijreed, lust or vengeance. He wu • celling us plainly that He, Who • done had the power to create numan life, was reserving for Himself the right to take k away. And ie made no exceptions for deliber- «e abortion and the so-called 'mercy killings" which torn* Chris- tiaos seek to justify today. KIUGHTS or COLUMBUS RELIGIOUS INFORMATION BUUAU «««* UHOIU IIVP. ^^ tt. LOMU t, ftJtfmt H«*af Ftd«r»l SUPRttU COUNCIl or tUIOIOUt INfOIMATION MltiAN 44M ttetoM Wv*. St. bub t, KM**** MMM MMl M yew fr«* .f«""**'*L«£: mudT 'Ttt\ w«fc r« MO**!" nc-n AfiQ '4"

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