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6B--July 30, 1972 *Sunday Gasette-Mail テつキ Charleston Witt Virginia Death Notices Mrs. Sarah Adkins GREENVIEW--Mrs. S a r a h Alice Adkins, 78, of Greonview Boooe County, died Friday in Boone Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Surviving: brothers, and Orville both of Greenview. Service will be 1 p.m. Monda in the Grandview Freewill Baj tist Church with the Rev. R. H Kennedy officiating. Burial will Thomas of Virginia; three grandchildren. Services were held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, July 15 in Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Graveside service was Milton Carmel Cemetery. day in Riverside Nursing Home after a long illness. She was a member of the Young's F r e e w i l l Baptist Church and a native of Putnam County. Surviving: daughters, Mrs Nellie Fletcher, Mrs. Edna Stricklin both of Hurricane, Mrs. Sylvia Bird and Mrs. Reba Scott both of St. Albans, Mrs. be in Powell Cemetery in Greenview. The body will be taken to the church 2 p.m. to day. Friends may call after 2 p.m today at the church. The body is at the Hunter am Hunter Funeral Home. Will Browning HARTS--Will Browning, 72, of Harts, Lincoln County, died Thursday at home. He was a native of Lincoln County and was a retired tim- berman. Mr. Browning was a member of Coal Branch Church of Christ in Harts. Surviving: wife, Nora Curry Browning: sons, Lewis, Orville, and Dewie, all of Harts, Ezra of Detroit; daughters, Mrs. Bertha Scaggs and Mrs. Jewelene Smith, both of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Vennie Tomblin of Detroit, Mrs. Maxine Workman of Lake Orion. Mich., Mrs. Olive Butcher of Guyandotte; brothers, George of Greenview, Warren of Ward, Millard, Frank and Charlie, all oi Hats, Troy of Detroit; sisters, Mrs. Bertha Dempsey of Harts, Mrs. May Parsons of Akron, Ohio, Mrs. Anna Hager and Mrs. Vivian Browning, both of New York City, Mrs. Ester Hensley of Medina, Ohio Mrs. Mary Cox of Holden; stepbrother, Millard Richards of Holden; stepbrother, Millard Richards of Holden; stepsister, Mrs. Barbara Perry Dalton of Huntington. Service will be 1 p.m. today in Coal Branch Church of Christ in Harts with the Rev. Wetzel Kirk and the Rev. Monroe Hensley Mrs. Mary Howard BECKLEY--Mrs. Mary Howard, 78, of Beckley, Raleigh County, died Saturday in a loca hospital. The body is at the Trent-Dur gan Funeral Home in Beckley. Arrangements are incomplete Okey Jackson SUTTON - Okey J. Jackson 91, of Sutton, died Saturday at his home after a long illness. He was a retired farmer. Surviving are the widow, rracie; sons, Arden, address unknown; Sewall and Harlan, both of Canal Winchester, Ohio. Paul of Ashland, Ohio, Ralph of 3 heonix, Ariz.; daughters, Mrs. freacy Eagle of Tesla, Mrs. ^Jolis Petry of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Leo Pence of Sandusky, Ohio; stepdaughter, Mrs. Bonnie "Ihilders of Columbus, Ohio; sis- ers, Mrs. Lela Canfield of Can- ield, Mrs. Chloe Smith of Summersville. Service 2 p.m. Monday, Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton, he Rev. Hurley Burke. Sutton Cemetery. Visitors may call at he funeral home after 7 p.m. oday. at M"' Lula Fletcher of Lovina, Mich.; ^-'Ison, Kev. C. A. "Jiggs" Rogers of Sod; stepson. Pearl Rogers of St. Albans; brother, Tom Womack of Dunbar; 27 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Casdorph and Curry Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. John Henson officiating. Burial will be in Griffith Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. Ernie Smith Jr. OAK HILL--Ernie V. Smith Jr., 48, of Arlington, Va., tor merly of Kingston, and Oak Hill, died Friday in an Arlington hospital after a short illness. He was a clerk for the United Virginia Bank in Arlington. Surviving: mother. Mrs. Evelyn Stacey Priddy Smith of Arington; sisters, Mrs. Louise rieshman of Hyattsville, Md., Miss Ruby Smith and Miss Sandra Smith both of Arlington. Graveside service will be 1 ).m. Tuesday in the Highlawn Memorial Park in Oak Hill. The body will be at Turee 'uneral Home in Oak Hill. Gty Lawyer Vincent Legg Dies at 86 Vincent Legg, a Charleston lawyer, died Saturday in Kanawha Valley Hospital after a long Mrs. Thelma Spafi'ord OAK HILL-Mrs. Thelma Mae -pafford, 51, of San Antonio, Tex., formerly of Fayetteville, her It. 1, died Thursday at jhome after a short illness. She was Fayette County na- Mrs. Julia Knapp Mrs. Julia Ina Knapp, 64, of tedar Grove, died Saturday injtive. Charleston Memorial. Hospital I Surviving: son, Thomas of fter a long illness. iBaltilmore, Md.; daughter, Mrs. She was a retired post master t Cedar Grove after 27 years ervice and a former school eacher of Kanawha County, flrs. Knapp was a member of officiating. Burial will be in Curry Cemetery on Curry Branch of Harts Creek. The body is at the McGhee Funeral Home in West Hamlin Mrs. Mary Hodge Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Hodge 72, of Decota, died Saturday in Charleston Memorial Hospita after a long illness. She was a lifelong resident oi Cabin Creek. Surviving: husband, Hobart Robert of Decota; daughter, Miss Margaret Hodge at home; brother, Alex Perry Jr. of Decota; sisters, Mrs. Goldie Ellis and Mrs. Sylvia Hodge, both of Scott Depot and Mrs. Martha Caldwell of St. Albans; four grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Decota Methodist Church with the Rev. Henry Stanley and the Rev. Norwood Webb officiating. Burial will be in Perry Cemetery in Decota. The body will be taken to the church one hour prior to service. Friends may call after 4 p.m. today at Pryor Funeral Home. Mrs. Gladys Hoschar P O I N T PLEASANT--Mrs. Gladys Decker Hoschar, 50, of Bidwell, Ohio, formerly of Point Pleasant was killed Friday in an automobile accident in Lorain, Ohio. Surviving: husband, Jasper "Jap" Hoschar of Bidwell; daughters, Mrs. Patricia Elliot- tand Mrs. Carol Etta Swisher both of Lorain, Mrs. Gladys Mae Hoschar, Miss Drema Sue Hoschar both of Bidwell, Mrs. Miram Snyder of Point Pleasant, Mrs. Linda Kennedy of Gallipolis, Ohio; stepdaughters, Mrs. Jane Vernal Johnson, Mrs. Betty VanMatre both of West Columbia; stepson, Rev. George Hoschar of West Columbia; sisters, Mrs. Ocie Gardner of Addison, Ohio, Mrs. Ella McClaskey of Columbus, Ohio, Mrs. Betty Snodgrass of Gallipolis; brother, Charles Decker of West Columbia; 26 grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Wilcoxen Funeral Home in Point Pleasant with the Rev. 0. H. Carder officiating. Burial will be in Suncrest Cemetery in Point Pleasant. Friends may call after 11 a.m. Monday at the Wilcoxen Funeral Home. Church, and was a native of Ansted. Surviving: husband, Otis 0. in the Veterans Hospital in Beckley; son, H. Forrest of Cedar Grove; stepson, J. Franklin Knapp of Big Springs, Tex.; daughters, Mrs. Mary Louise Fachko of Buffalo N. Y., Mrs. Maryilyn J. Morris of Jacksonville, Fla.; brother, Herbert Skaggs of Cedar Grove; sisters, Mrs. Helen Thomas of Glasco, Mrs. Vera F. Melton of Turtletown, Tenn. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Cook Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Dr. J. R. Wolfe officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park in London. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at the funeral home. Jan Miller of Columbia, S. C.; brothers, George Jarrell, William Jarrell, Lonnie Jarrell, and Bobby Jarrell all of Baltimore, Md.; sisters, Mrs. James Bruthe Cedar Grove B a p t i s t baker of Oak Hill, Mrs. Joseph William Massey MAYSEL--William Russell Massey, 48, of Maysel, Clay County, died Friday in Lexington Veterans Hospital in Kentucky, He was a World War II veteran and a construction painter. Surviving: sisters, Mrs. Margie Pruman of Cleveland, Ohio Mrs. Lenora Samples of Maysel and Mrs. Alice Casey of Clayon, Ind.; brothers, Edward of Ohley and Ray of Elyria, Ohio. Arrangements are incomplete. The body is being returned to he Wilson Funeral Home in Clay. Hashagen, Mrs. Maxine Jenkins, Mrs. Betty Bryant, Mrs. Donald Steurnagle all of Baltimore, Md.; mother, Mrs. Ethel Tomlion Jarrell of Baltimore, Md.; one grandchild. Sendee will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Tyree Funeral Home Chapei in Oak Hill with the Rev. Wade Austin officiating. Burial will be in Highlawn Memorial Park. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m: Monday at the funeral home. illness. He was 88. Mr. Legg, of 1624 Quarrier St., attended the public schools of Fayette County. He later attended and graduated from Fayetteville Academy, and Dunsmore Business College, Staunton, Va He then enrolled at West Virgin la University, then transferra to New York University, anc later to Cumberland University Lebanon, Tenn., from which he graduated with an LI. B. degree in 1912. While in college he be came a member of Kappa Sigma social fraternity. After graduation, Mr. Legg opened his law offices in Charleston. From 1924 to 1929, he was assistant secretary to the workmen's compensation commissioner of West Virginia. He was private secretary to the Gov. William Conley. Mr. Legg entered actively in the practice of law in the fall of 1933 and became a member of he predecessor to the present aw firm of Conley, Thompson, Lambert and Legg. Mr. Legg was a member of the Christ hurch Methodist for more than 50 years. Mr. Legg was a Ma;on and a 50-year member of Kanawha Lodge No. 20, AFAM and the Nitro Boy. 11, Loses テつキ ^ Battle Against Leukemia also held membership in Scottish Rite Bodies of Mrs. Lola Taylor D U N M 0 R E -M r s. Lola Jharleston and the Beni Kedem Temple, AAOMS. He is survived by his wife, \trs. Lillian Mae Conley Legg; ion, Vincent Legg Jr., of Charleston; daughter, Mrs. Bet-. y Legg Shallcross of San Francisco, Cal.; two grandchildren; wo great grandchildren. Friends may call after 10 a.m. Monday at Barlow and Bonsai] Funeral Home. Woman Killed In Car Crash Lyle Keith Wade was positive he would get to come home. But time ran out for the 11- year-old Nitro boy Saturday. After a courageous year-long battle with hukemia, he died in unfamiliar surroundings at the National Institute of Health at Bethesda, Md. The days passed slowly at the Bethesda hospital as doctors searched for the key that could save the life of Keith and other youngsters suffering from the same disease. And as the days passed, Keith watched 'his friends die. If he suspected that he too, would some day succumb, he never revealed it. His de- was one of meaner always hope. His grandmother, Mrs. Lester Raynes of Nitro, visited him recently and said: "Keith keeps LYLE KEITH WADE telling me that aack to church he will come here and tell what he has seen. He knows so well how seriously ill he is. But e has hope." In the final days, the hospital began to depress Keith. He des- Darately wanted to come home. But he never made the trip. In the hospital at Bethesda there is an empty bed. And on First Avenue in Nitro, there is c house which never again wil fell the vibrations of Keith' footstep, never again hear the sound of his voice. Moore Eying Additional $250 Million Road Funds WHITE SULPHUR from the $200 million better W. Va. (AP)--Gov. Moore said Arch A. Moore said Saturday DANIELS An unidentified day in Pocahontas Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a member of the Dunmore M. E. Church and a native of Renick. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Kathleen Wilfong of Bartow, Mrs. Gladys Loudermilk of Bal- imore. Md., Mrs. Mildred Mc- ^aughlin of Dunmore; son Luella Morgan Charles Kirk Sr. Charles C. Kirk Sr. of Chicago, 111., formerly of Crown Hill died Tuesday, July 11. Surviving: wife, Madeline of Chicago jjons, Charles Kirk Jr., and Robert Kirk both of Chicago; p a r e n t s . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kirk of Chel- sis ters, Achsa Estep of Chesa- p e a k e, Mrs. Maude Carr of Mrs. RONCEVERTE-Mrs. Luella Mary Morgan, 89, of Ronceverte, Greenbrier County, died Saturday in Greenbrier Valley Hospital. She had 1 been a lifelong resident of Ronceverte and a member of the Greenbrier Regular Baptist Church. Surviving: daughters, Mrs. Evalee Holley, Mrs. Elmira Honaker, Mrs. Clifford Morgan, Mrs. Floyd Morgan, all of Ronceverte, Mrs. Clarence Simms and Mrs. Handley Harvey, both of Fairlea; sons, Raymond Morgan of Lewisburg and George Morgan of Ronceverte : 19 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild. Service will be 2:30 p.m. Monday in Greenbrier Regular Baptist Church with the Rev. Nelson Pettit and the Rev. Elder Hubert Morgan officiating. Burial will be in Morgan Cemetery. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today at Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home in Ronceverte. The family will r e c e i v e friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Miss Nancy Newlon Miss Nancy Louise Newton, 41, of 69 Central Ave., St. Albans, died Saturday at the home of a cousin, Mrs. Shirley Lake with whom she lived, of a heart attack. She was a member of the Pleasant View Methodist Church in Herndon, Va. Service will be 2:30 p.m. Monday in Casdorph-Curry Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will, be in Cunningham Memorial Park. KIRK Mrs. Louise Ross of Decota; brothers, Clinton Kirk of Chelyan. Dempsy of Illinois Chelyan. M r s . Friends may call after 5 p m Macil Mosier of| today at the funeral home Albany, O h i o . George M. of Dunmore; sisters, Mrs. Guffie Fallem of Charleston, Mrs. Nannie Burner of Frank. Service will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Dunmore Methodist Church with the Rev. Kenneth Montgomery officiating. Burial will be in Dunmore Cemetery. The body is at Van Reenen Funeral Home in Marlinton. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at the funeral home. He was a lifelong resident of Rainelle and a retired lumberman. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Zora rookshank Smith; daughters, Mrs. Betty Joan Sisk of St. Albans and Mrs. Joan Gillesme of Dawson; son, Elmer of Val- aaraiso, Ind.; sisters, Mrs. Ella Fonen of Meadow Bridge and Mrs. Nannie Bailey of Charles- Chester Tolberl Chester Tolbert, 84, of Gallagher, died Friday in a Spencer hospital. He was a timberman and was a member of Mount Lewis Baptist Church in Mammoth. Mr. Tolbert was a native of Sissonville. Mr. Tolbert was a former caretaker at Mount Lewis Cemetery. Surviving: wife, Ethel N. Tolbert; sons, Michael E. of Charleston, Gordon E. of Mammoth, Cecil of Gallagher; stepmother, Mrs. Julia Moore of Sissonville, Okey Tolbert of Florida, John Tolbert of Kenova, Squire Tolbert of Elkview, Thomas Tolbert of Charlestn. Service will be 1 p.m. Monday in Cook Funeral Home in Cedar Grove with the Rev. U. G. Wolfe officiating. Burial will be im Montgomery Memorial Park in London. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. woman was killed here in a two- car collision on U. S. 21 late Saturday, state police at Beckley said. No information a v a l a b e is presently that the Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens. Friends may call after 10 a.m. today at the funeral home. Benjamin Smith RAINELLE--Benjamin L e e Smith, 75, of Rainelle, Greenbrier County, died Friday in he will ask West Virginians to ratify an additional $250 million oad bond issue primarily to upgrade secondary roads, bridges and orphan highways. Speaking to the West Virginia C o n t r a c t o r s Assn. here, Moore said the proposed bond issue "will be designed to improve all the roads in our state which need attention." He stressed that the entire cost of the improvement of these roads must be assumed by the state, since no federal dollars are available for such construction. Moore was vague on-when he would seek voter approval of the bond issue. Before such a constitutional amendment is submitted to the voters it must first be approved by the legislature. In addition, voters this November already are faced with a $200 million dollar amend- (ment for improvements to ele- m e n t a r y and secondary schools. During his record breaking road building program while in roads amendment of 1964 anc the $350 million authorized in 1968. The Governor also told the contractors that more than 75 per cent -- or 362 of the 511 miles alloted West Virginia in interstate mileage -- are either open to traffic or under construction. He said during the past three years of his administration more than $800 million in highway construction projects have been completed or are underway. Hinton. County Hospital Elvin Satmders Elvin C. Saunders, 71, of 711 Main Ave., Nitro, died Saturday in Thomas Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He was a retired employe of oodrich Gulf in Institute. Surviving: daughter, Mrs. Thala Miller of Nitro; son, James Saunders of St. Albans; four grandchildren, one great- grandchild. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday n Gatens Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Edward Thompson officiating. Burial will be in ion; brokers, Lawrence and Edward, both of Rainelle. Service will be 2 p.m. today in Wallace-Wallace Funeral Home chapel in Rainelle with the Rev. Leroy Crane and the Rev. Pearley Orndorff officiating. Burial will be in Wallace Memorial Cemetery in Clintonville. BOGGESsTvasccT "Weasel"Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in Cunningham Funeral Home with the Rev. Donald Fisher officiating. Burial will be in Spring Hill Cemetery. Mr. Boggess, 67, of Rt. l. Box 183, Buffalo, died Friday in the home of a sister on Rocky Fork. LEWIS, David Denman--Serv- ce will be 2:45 p.m. Monday in Tyree Funeral Home Chapel in Dak Hill with the Rev. C. S. Donnelly officiating. Burial will 3e in Highlawn Memorial Park. Friends may call from 6 to 9 D.m. today at the funeral home. David Lewis, 6, of Minden, Fayette County, died Thursday at his home. The Lewis boy suffocated in a refrigerator. SCOTT, John K. Sr.--Service will be 11 a.m. Monday in First B a p t i s t Church in South Charleston with the Rev. Daniel Light and officiating. taken to the church" one hour prior to service. The body will be taken to the E. M. Meadows Funeral Home in Hinton. Additional service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in Rollinsburg Baptist Church with the Rev. Dana Stalnaker officiating. Correction on survivors: sister, Mrs. Pearl Boyd of Charleston. the Rev. Ted Wall The body will be Mrs. Pcarlie Ropers Mrs. Pearlie Bell Rogers, 89, died Satur- CALL 343-8855 SPECIALISTS IN CREATIVE DESIGNING テつキ NfW MODERN DISPLAY SOOM テつキ テつォtASONAglt COSTS テつキ QUALITY MATMIAIS テつキ COMPUTE f ABILITIES USE SEARS ENTRANCE FOR PARKING KANAWHA BLVD., EAST T WATTING TOO LONG, to select Cemetery property can cause much anxiety, should t.rapedy strike suddenly, as it many times docs. Bet'ore-need has proven the easier way. Cemetery lots or M a u s o l e u m Crypts may be acquired this way. For further information and service call or write. CUNNINGHAM MEMORIAL PARK OLD RT. 60-- KANAWHA TERR AC! AT HIGHLAWN ST. AiBANS PERPETUAL CARE PHONE 727-4349 office, Moore h a s expended nearly all of the funds remain- Buckhannon Pastor's Rite Scheduled "This represents the accomplishment of more highway construction and maintenance than was done during the previous 13 years," Moore said. Party Unity Emphasized By Mollohan VIENNA, W. Va. (AP) Rep. Robert Mollohan, D-W.- Va., told a Democratic rally here Saturday the party isn't going to tear itself apart" again this year like it did in 1968 when it lost the presiden- Polls Show Sentiment On Eagleton Turning NEW YORK-WT--Time magazine said Saturday a poll taken after Sen. Thomas F. Eag'eton's disclosure of psychiatric treatment showed 5.2 of those surveyed switching to President Nixon. Another 76.7 per cent said it wouldn't affect their vote. The Time poll was the third on the Eagleton leased Saturday. question re- A GALLUP telephone survey for Newsweek found that 31 per cent believe that Eagleton should withdraw as Sen. George McGovern's running mate. A survey by Sindllnger Research of Philadelphia indicated that "30 per cent were very negative" to Eagleton. The Time telephone survey of 1,015 people, conducted by Crossley Surveys, found 13 per cent undecided how the news of Eagleton's health and his failure to inform McGovern would affect i Poca Man's Body Pulled テつキ/ to Wood County M o 11 o h a n said, Service for the Rev. Walter S. Overstreet will be 3 p.m. today in the First United Methodist Church in Buckhannon with the Rev. Charles Godwin, the Rev. Ross Linger, the Rev. Robert Dille and the Rev. Frank Shaffer officiating. Burial will be 2 p.m. Monday in the Evergreen have the opportunity uTNovem- Cemetery in Roanoke, Va. . . . . - . . _ ;ial race. Speaking Democrats, 'Whatever our differences may be with our presidential candidates, and frankly I have some ey disagreements, in Novem- we are going to retire from :he White House the most accidental President of our times." Turning to the state political scene, Mollohan said, "You and I and our friends are going to police reported were ambushed Barracudas. Poling St. Clair Funeral Hornc| in Buckhannon is in charge. Mr. Overstreet, 67, of Buckhannon, a former Charleston minister, died Thursday at his home after a long illness. Mr. Overstreet was executive 1 secretary of the West Virginia Methodist Conference Board of Education for nine years. He had also served as the West; Virginia College presidents special field representative and had been a member of the Wesleyan College board of trustees. He was pastor for some time of the Central United Methodist Church in Charleston. He served! in the West Virginia Conference 37 years. her to rid ourselves of the Republican Governor who hat been little more than a wind machine for four years. Never has one man taken so much credit for what so many other men have done." Returning to the topic of national politics, Mollohan said he still supports the Democratic presidential ticket despite revelations of Sen. Thomas Eagleton's mental illness. Nearly 2,000 persons have been killed over the past 18 months in the province of Mindanao, the Philippines second danao, the Philippines second largest disputes and vendettas between opposing bands of Christian and Moslem outlaws. Mr. Overstreet was a ate of Morris Harvey gradu-| College i and received an honorary doctor of divinity degree from 'Wesley-{ an College. j He is survived by his wifei Janie Lou, and a sister, Mrs.j J. L. Willard of Roanoke, Va. : A+^-jrj^**-rjrjr\ r BOLL ^ ,,. RENTAL One is never hurt by anylhing he didn't say. HEARING AID CENTER 202 MOW ST. PM.Jテつォ.*5II HOMES WATIItlGHT..!*. 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Police said five Ilagas were tilled in a 30-minute gun battle ith Barracudas in Bualbula, amboanga del Sur. The barracudas, armed with high-powered guns, suffered no casualties. The victims, police said, were fanners recruited recently to the Ilaga movement. In Cota- bato, 550 miles south of Manila, their vote. The remainder didn't give an opinion. Of the 5.2 per cent indicating they planned to change their votes--2.6 per cent had been neutral and 2.6 per cent had been for McGovern. The Gallup-Newsweek survey, based on 513 telephone interviews, found that 55 per cent felt that Eagleton should not withdraw, 14 per cent were undecided, and 13 per cent thought he should get out of the race. The Sindlinger poll, an ongoing affair which conducts about 320 telephone interviews a day, discovered that 68.7 per cent had discussed Eagleton with someone in the previous 24 hours. 'テつキ'About 60 per cent of those were sympathetic toward him. 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