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'C i 23 FrkJoy. October 20. 1967 -The Ottowa Journal I f-" Deaths By. To Craadiaa Pre I Hiiim Rog Masson, 71. head of lb Swiss security service durinc the cru- etlyen of the Second World War.

Halifax Lady Jn Fraser. SS. widow of Sir Charles Freder ick Fraser, a distin(uished edu- cabonist and principal of the Halifax School for the Blind who was knighted in WIS. Today and Tomorrow TODAY Blood Donor Clinic. St.

Pat rick College. 1.30- a.m. to 11 JO a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m Harmony Incorporated Ouar- et Competition.

Ottawa Tech nic High School. Albert Streets 7.3 p.m. Glebe Band and Lyres Club, Glebe Collegiate. 8 p.m. Band Concert, Merivale High acnooi, p.m "Anne of Green Xabiea." Capitol Theatre, 8.J0 p.m.

Lecture, "Possibility of The: tre in Canada." Tory Building, xarieton University. 8.M p.m national rum theatre pro gram. National Library. 8.30 p.m. A "Oliver." Ottawa Little Thea tre, 8.38 p.m.

TOMORROW Laurentian Junior Music Club. Laurentian High School. s.30 p.m. Film, "Element Three and Water." National Library. 7.30 p.m.

and p.m. "China Night." International House. Harmony Incorporated chorus competition. Ottawa Technical High School. 7 p.m, of Green Gables." Capitol Theatre, 2.18 p.m.

and 8.30 p.m. "Oliver." Ottawa Little The -tre, 8.30 p.m. Jiarial Bu Jetto T23 T2S 735 7 764 T8S 809 tOl 90S 811 (16 S39 945 947 949 950 952 953 959 970 MS 992 994 996 07 18 19 26 27 29 44 46 53 55 59 61 TJ 7 78 81 85 87 88 SAscrlBfitc lafcs Jownot horno diOvvy Mrvtco iMck QuorontMtaV ownlabli onywtOBo In Ottawa HvH ond sur roundhQ tfkv trlcf at wM as In storms and vtltoaa In tho Ottawa Vortov. CoH 23-7511 Mr 'Rom dotlviry svorvico. CARRIER OELIVERV-S0C mk 15c Soturoay amy.

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All moo suascrip. Hon are poyoble In odvance la The INFORotATIOM may obtolnM by colllno The Journal at ZaWSll. WAH-19 CUMOIIOIO in Births IMA Obltuorloi 105 0SA -10 Cards el Thanms 10SA Societies one Lodset 107 Funeral Ohoclore IIS Cemetery Meniwloei 1CSB 10 10fA IIOA HOB HOC III II I11A -201A 71 0S xnA Ml VIA una 301C KM KS VM Ftorisn Lost Where le Oe Banquet. Forty Takeout Food Ambulance Service Oruoahn Open iunde Ao. Fiots Lai Duplexes Rant Apts.

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and Mrs. Antony Cannell are happy to announce the Birth of a daughter, Laura Kate, on Friday. Oct 20. 1967. at the Ottawa Civic Hospital.

Both welL LAFLEUR Conrad and Made leine (nee Bourque), happily announce the birth of son on Wednesday. Oct 18, 1967, at Grace Hospital. COMTE Shirley and Claude (nee Johnson) are bappyvto announce the arrival of their lovely daughter. Francine. 6 lbs 11 Oct.

18, St Lotus Marie de Montfort Hospital. Mother and daughter, both LETTH Bill and Phyllis (nee Cohen) are pleased to announce the birth of their son (6 lbs. 8 ozs.X Thursday. Oct 19. 1967, at Ottawa Civic Hospital.

A brother for Jordan Michael Proud grandparents are Abe and Sophie Cohen. LfTLE To Edward and Diane (nee Tedford), a son, Tuesday, Oct 17, 1967; a brother for Sean and Steven; at Ottawa Civic Hospital McUNTON Robert and Pam (nee Milne) are pleased to announce the birth" of a Christopher Robert, on Wed nesday, Oct 18, 1967. at the Grace All three doing well. STOCKER Ronald and Mari lyn are happy to announce the birth of a son in Burlington, a brother for Sharon. Grandson for Eleanor and Danny Kelly Lilian and Frank Stocker.

104 Delfts AARON, Tavid In hospital. Thursday, Oct 19. 1967, David. Aaron. 1S2 Kenil worth Avenue, aged 87-years.

beloved husband of Sarah Steinman; dear father of Mrs. Max Gennis (Hilda) and of sons Jack and. Irving Aaron; all of Otuwa. Also survived by 7 grandchildren. Funeral service will be held at the Jewish Memorial Chapel, 375 King Edward Avenue, on Sunday at 2 p.m.

Interment Jewish Community cemetery Ottawa. No Bowers, please. Memorial donations may be made to the Ottawa Civic Hospital Artificial Kid ney unit ANDREWS, Reverend Sister Margaret First vows Oct. 7, 1919, Day of Approval Tl the Congregation by the Holy See. In hospital on Thursday, Oct 19, 1967, Reverend Sister Margaret Andrews, aged 72 years, dear sister of Mrs.

George Sloan (Charlotte), Mrs: W. H. Russell (Lucy), Foumier. Ont. Mrs.

Ernest Burnet Steve An drews and Helen Andrews and Mrs. L. W. Radburn (Winnifred). OtUwa.

Mrs. Dennis Reynolds (Clare); Timmins, Ont, Mrs, Leo Waters (May), Holtyre, Ont. Resting at the. Joan of Arc House. 360 Kenwood Avenue.

Funeral Saturday to the Parochial Church of St Joan of Arc, Evered Avenue. Ot tawa. for Requiem High Mass 'at 1.30 p.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery." BELANGER, Honore In hos pital, on Thursday, Oct 19, 1967, Honore Belangcr, of 1030 King Street aged 74 dearly beloved husband of Eugenie Chouinard, dear father of Mrs. John Han- ratty- (Francoise).

Ottawa brother of Paul. Ottawa, and Leo, of Detroit Mrs. Rupert Cain, Mrs. Terence Bums, both of Ottatwa; 8 grand children and I great-grand- child. Remains will rest at Landreville Funeral Home.

578 Somerset Street West, Sili-rdav afler II a.m. Fu neral Monday to SL Bona-venture Church for Requiem High Man at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. Oifrrr IVanl AiiAtrutt Cltrx Ptre -eniw-i fy, Store. S'VXJO V- Phono IV IV pewBoiMe torte.

SI' Pofirio Street Pwd rm UNIX liww. Raoton tre Fnene on Vol SMIIMS PAILS ttWVwmo one thank. Beckntlh and mor a a i -1 Is "Ottawa's Most 104 DMftj (Card, from Pit BURT, Dorothy At home, Thursday. -Oct 19. K)67j Dorothy Duff Burt of No.

Stuart Building, 316 Washington Street Wellesley Hills. Mass. 02181, beloved wife of Alfred Leroy Burt: mother of Mrs. Forrest Johnson, Vancouver. Mrs.

A. Leinback (Mary), Englewood, Mrs. S. E. Jenness (Joan), Otuwa.

and John Arthur. Wellesley, Mass. Funeral service 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct 21, St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Wellesley, Mass. In lieu of flowers donations to the Community of The Holy Siirit 621 W.

113th Street, New York 10025, or Gatineau Memorial Hospital, Wakefield. would be appreciated. CHRISTIE, Sherman In hospital, Thursday, Oct 19, 1967, Sherman Christie, in is 85th year, beloved hus band of Ethel Morris; son of the late-Ira Christie, and the late Elizabeth Bronstrader, survived by three sons. Donald and Orval of Winchester, and Glenn of Ottawa one sister Mrs. Delia Ross, Win-chester.

and predeceased by brother Arthur. Resting at the Vice and Craig Ltd. Fu neral Home, Church Street Winchester, where service will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. Interment Maple Ridge cemetery. CONLEY.

Robert Alan In hospital. Thursday," OcC 19, 1967, Robert Alan Conley. son of SL and Mrs. A M. Conley of 1211 -Sherman Drive, Ottawa, in his 19th year, brother of John and Kim.

Funeral Saturday, Oct 21 at St Andrew's Presby-. terian Church, Lancaster, Ont DOURLEY, Eva Mary In hos pital, Thursday, Oct, 19. 1967. Eva Mary Dourley, 27 Heiderson Avenue (formerly of Fallowfield), daughter of the late Michael and Margaret (Monahan) Dourley and dear sister of Helene (Mrs. Ross Wells).

Resting Kelly Funeral Home, 585 Somerset Street W. (Centre Town). where friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday. Fu neral Sunday to St Patrick's Church.

Fallowfield." for Libera service at 2.30 p.m. Interment parish cemetery. Requiem, High Mass Monday at 10 a.m. at Fallowfield. DUSSIAUME-D'AMOUR, Louisa In hospital, on Thursday, Oct 19.

1967, Louisa Lapierre, aged 84, wife of the late Patrick Dussiaurhe and the late Joseph D' Amour; jlear mother of Bert Mrs. Douglas Partington (Muriel), Mrs. James 'Rushlaw (Bernadette), all of Ottawa; sister of Mrs. Eva Pounall, Mrs. Hilda Connolly of Eastview, Mrs.

Laura Rostrick. Ottawa, Mrs. J. B. Charbonneau of Arnprion four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Rest ing at Landreville Funeral "'Home, 578 Somerset West Funeral Saturday to St Jean Baptiste Church for Requiem High Mass at 7.45 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. r- EASTMAN, Grace Elizabeth In hospital. Thursday, Oct 19. 1967.

Grace Elizabeth Crawford, in her 81st year, beloved wife of Lawrence Edwin Eastman, of Regina. 'Resting Cummings Funeral Home, North Gower. Funeral service at 2 p.m. Monday, Oct 23. in North Gower United Church.

Interment Capital Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Saturday after I p.m. FILUON, William In hospl-- Ul. Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1967.

William Fillion, beloved husband of Rose Alba St Julien, aged 65, father of Luc-ien, Herve. Roland, Mrs Irene Bourassa, brother of Aime, Aldege, Edouard, Mrs. Jack Stubbin. Arthur Joanette, Mrs. Edgar Chenier, Mrs.

Leo Bert rand. Resting at the Cadieux Funeral Home 322 Main Bucking ham. Funeral Saturday to St Luke's Church for Requiem Mass at 10 a.m. Interment parish cemetery. I) itnTi Progressive Want 104 fata (Cent, from Frecedktq Column) MACKELL, Margaret Eileen In hospital Friday, Oct 20, 1967.

Margaret Eileen Kehoe, aged 67 years, beloved wife of Air Commodore D. E. Mackell. CBE (retired), 273 Westhill Avenue, dearly loved mother of Deborah (Mrs. C.

J. Foster), Ottawa, and Peter, of Montreal; survived also by her sisters. Mrs. Augustus Flaherty (Naomi), Rochester, NY, and Mrs. Arthur Mackell (Lois), Ottawa, and her brothers Wing Commander Bruce D.

Kehoe, Vancouver: and P. Raymond Kehoe, of Ottawa. Resting McEvoy-Shields Funeral Home, 235 Kent Street after 7 p.m. Friday. Funeral Monday to Blessed Sacrament Church for Solemn High Mass at 8 o'clock.

Interment Notre Dame cemetery. MAJOR. Antonia On Thurs day, Oct 19, 1967, at her home, 175 Wilbrod Street Apt 4, Antonia Major, daughte' of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Major (Elodie Lafleur); dear sister of Al-bertine: sister-in-law of Mrs.

Edmond Major, Mrs. Maze-nod Major and Mr. Placide Labelle. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. hnesung ai itacuie, noocn add Gauthier Regd, 260 Bes- serer.

Funeral Monday to Sacred Heart Church for Requiem High Mass at 8 a.m. Interment Notre Dame, Ottawa. McLEAN, Mr. Gordon PN At Civic Hospital, Peterborough Thursday. Oct.

19, Gordon McLean of 673 Stannor Drive, beloved husband of Erva Little; dear father of James at home: brother of Angus McLean of Parkhill, and the late Mrs. Roy McDonald (Catherine), -'and James R. McLean. The late Mr. McLean is resting at the Corns lock Funeral Home, Peterborough, for service on Saturday, Oct 21, at .2 pjp.

A committal service will be held at Nairn cemetery, Nairn, on Sunday at 3.30 p.m.' FAULT Charles A. In hos pital, Thursday Oct 19, 1967; Charles A. Paul. Requiem Mass on Saturday at 8 a.m in Holy Family Catholic Church, Glenora Avenue. Interment Notre Dame cemetery, i PICHETTE, Jeanette rn hospital, Friday, Oct.

20. 1967.. aged 4 years, daughter of Mr. andMrs. Joseph Pichette.

Survived by 6 brothers and 5 sisters. Resting at her residence. 21 Clarey Avenue. Service of the Angels at Blessed Sacrament Church Monday 10 a.m. Interment Notre Dame cemetery.

REDDIE, Lydia Emily At Guelph, Wednesday, Oct 18, 1967. Lydia Emily Reddie, mother of Bernard and Robert Grandmother of Erin and Barry. In her 92nd year. Service, on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 1.30, at Guelph.

Cremation to follow RUTKOWSKY, Emma L. In hospital, Thursday, Oct, 19, ,1967. Emma Maves, aged 92years.widowof Carl Rutkowsky: dearly beloved mother of Mrs. John Durham (Pearl), Ruby and William, of Ottawa; Wilfred of Kingston: Mrs. F.

Milk (Hattie), North Bay: Mr Gus Meyer (Rose) of DetroVt; dearly, beloved hiother-ingaw of John, Marion arid Jean. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Resting Hulse and Playfair Central Chapel, 315 McLeod Street Service at St Luke's Lutheran Church Monday 2 p.m. Interment Beechwood emelcry. Friends may call after' 2 p.m.

Saturday. GEARD, Frank Robert Sud denly, at Burlington I Friday, Oct 20, 1967, beloved husband ot Joyce ncnaerson of Carlcton father of Karen, Frank and Cathy, gra duate of Queen' University, 1955. I JOHNSON, Mrs. J. G.

L. Nee Elizabeth (Betty) Peters'. formerly of Ottawa, suddenly at her home Oct. 18 aUGimli. dearly loved wife of Dr.

Jonas Johnson; sister of Mary, Jo scph and Henry of Ottawa daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peters or Otta wa. Funenjl and burial a Gimli, Saturday, Oct. 21.

Mm Ad Section" 104 fata (Coot, "ram Pfcor Clur.m, SCHEEL, Eric Milton In hos-' pital, Arnprior, Thursday, Oct 19. 1967. aged 58, Eric Milton Scheel. of RR 2. Glas gow Station, dear husband of Alma Kuehl, survived by his father Ferdinand and 4 brothers, Mel, Arnprior Clif ford and Percy, Pembroke, Wilfred, Agincourt Resting at the Boyce Funeral Home Arnprior until noon Sunday, thence to First Baptist Church for service at 2.30 p.m.

Interment Arnprior cemetery. ULLETT, Sadie Harriet Sud denly, at home, 199 Holland Avenue. Thursday, Oct 19. 1967. Sadie McCuaig.

aged 71, beloved wife of Thomas Ullett, dear mother of Mrs. Gerald MacEwen (Gladys). Kingston; Mrs. Howard Polk (Doris), Ottawa; dear sister Ot Keith Dwyer, Edmonton; loving grandmother of 4 grandchildren. Resting Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond Road at Roosevelt Service in the chapel; Monday, 2 p.m.

Interment Pini-crest cemetery. WINGLE, Mary Veronica On Friday, Oct. 20, 1967 in Pembroke Hospital, Mary Veronica Colton, wife of the late Patrick T. Wingle of Brudenell; dear mother of Margaret (Mrs.Lornie Stack), Patrick and Tom, of Killaloe, Clifford of Eastview. Also survived by 5 sisters and 15 grandchildren and 1- greatgrandchild.

Funeral arrangements later. ZACHARIAS, F.ederick Hugh! Suddenly, on Oct. 18, 1967, at his home, Hull, Frederick Hugh Zacharias, beloved husband' of Martha Zimmerllng and dear father of (Tilly)- Mrs. Guy Lefiv, Toronto-, Edward, (Emily) Mrs. Bil Church, (Edith) Mrs.

Casey Visindrop. (Mary) Mrs. L. Nicholson, OtUwa, Joe, John and Albert of Hull, inhis 64th Vear. Resting at the home of his brother-in-law Mr.

Charles King, Otter Lake, Que. Funeral Saturday, Oct. .21, at 1.30 for service at St James7 Anglican In-terment parish cemetery. Hulse St Playfair I Limited FUNERAL DIRECTORS Central Chapel 315 VitEOC ST. -233-1143 Weif Chape! 1098 BYRON 72SM761 LATEST INFORMATION CFRA DAILY 6.30 PAL Aaron, David.


Morjholl, Anrhony. Plchtttt, Jtorvttlt C. 10S bi Memotiemi BAXTER In lovlna memory of Mist mory Fronces oaxrer, vmo passed away Oct. 30. IN3.

.1 1 Ever remembered. The Femlly. BENNETT In loving memory of peer momer, Mrs timer otnnett. who passed owoy Oct. 70, 1H1, Not lust today, but every day.

In silence we remember. Son Ronald ond Family. BRYAN In loving merrory of 0 dear nusoeno. jonn nryen, wno pestee owoy Oct. 30.

im Gone from me but leovlng memories Deotn cen never loke owoy. Memories that will elwert linger While upon this earth I slay -wife. BUTTCPI In InvKig memory of 0 hiMhmw. father and orendlethar. Srien Button, who passed away Oct.

30, Nothing con ever take owoy The level 0 heart holds deor. Fond memories linger every day. Remembrance heaps him near. Wile end Femlly. OENISON In loving memory el my deor nusoona, r-vrcy wwi who poised owey Oct.

30, I US. Every hour I aeorly miss him. Sodiy 00 I feel his tost Lonely Is our home without him Help me Lord, to bear the cross. wife Chrfitena. LACROIX In fond memory of 0 dear father ond nusoono, wno posted away Oct.

20, lift Rockland. Onl. HI memory (Ivem for aver more. Wile Ciorkd and Children. a a aAAaaaaaaaa.aAaaa4.AAAa At''- a a a if! 1 A.

A. A. A A AO LON OltTANCB PtrONB ZIHITH MISS HO TOLL CHARS! 105 IfefMrtari tCont. from Preceding Cohjmnl McWILLIAMS Ml sod an memory el door husband, Thames Edward Ire McWtllienu. who HtMd owoy so suddenly en Oct.

30. IH1. Love's oreotetl oitt remembrance, wile Evelyn. 106 Cards if limb DESJAROINS-II lo with the slncerest oral rude that we express to many trlends, 'our oppreclotlon ot their klndtv oMosk ol esteem In me lloral tokens and words ol sympothv which come to us In -bereavement in the leu ol a beloved husband and rather. These tangible expressions of sympathy have helped to lignien our puraen or sorrow Mrs.

Dorelkj Dtlordlns and Family, DOPIERALA We wish lo express our sincere thanks to the many friends who gave their kind sympathy and beoutllul floral olleringt in the death of our beloved sons. Special thanks to Reverend Martin and Mr. Percy Kennedy and everyone who helped bi any way. Mr. ond Mrs.

Joseph uopieroio ana Family. JACKSON We desire la thank our friends rar their lloral offerings our late boreovement. A very special thanks to Dr. ond Mre. J.

Logon-Vtncta Mrs. Andrew Jackson and Fomily. DAY I desire lo thank friends. neighbors ond members of Bromley Rmd Baptist Crimen lor their acts ol kindness ond floral offerings at my late bereavement. -Mrs.

Harold Ray. SCHROEDER We whh to monk our kind friends ond relar.ves for the oefs of love ond sympathy ond beautiful Jlorpl offerings during our recent loss of husband and brother, ond also fa extend grateful fhonks io kov. l. jwcKeown. Wife May.

Sisters Mrs. F. Abroms, Mrs. O. Eastman ond Teddy.

107 hrnefaj Dlrecta FRED. N. GARRETT. DIGNIFIED funerals, ntoderote charges. SS4 Sam- erser vresr.

jMrrj, RACINE, ROBERT AND GAUTHIER Reg-I. M6M. 160 Besse'er; Olmsteadi 7 Falrmonti ue si. Pol-rick: 101 Notre Damet TO Somerset W. Please note chonge ot telephone number.

WHELAN FUNERAL HOME; PER-sonol service, reverence. SIS Cooper, 3U-1 ai. Affiliations fn Every Part of the worm i1 noble Us fo Toko Immediate Charge Wherever Our Service Is Needed. IvicEVOY BROTHERS. SHIELDS IWITfD FUNERAL DIRECTORS 235 Ktnr Street 232-5337 Will Be.

Accepted From 7 a.m. to 7.30 a m. Fach Saturday 236 7511 i.a a I i A A. A a-A A 1 Death Notices FrtrUs FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS. O.

FrouUt, lei Daihousle. JJJ-mi; lU-ISU. 109 Ult BUDGIE. BLUE, ANSWERS TO Feier. im-tltt.

7ee-0le- Reword. CARRIER'S BICYCLE. BOY'sTrTtI while. Vicinlly Lyon. Reward.

l-114. GERMAN SHEPHERD, BLACK AND ton, registered, toe! Ayimer area about 3 weeks ago. Male. lbs. Coll tn-loM.

Reword. GERMAN SHEPHERD, VICINITY Green's Creek Montreal Rood. Reword. les-703 24-ls. GERMAN SHEPHERD, MALE, BLACK one light ton, I years, hos large peer mstoe luna leg.

urtawa tog ers. I7M4S7, tn-aut. GIRL'S GLASSES, BROWN FRAMES, weil ol Broodview School. nt-Olis GOLD WRIST WATCH. OMEGA, Expansion bracelel.

Reword. 3M4UI. LOST. BLACK AND WHITE "FEMALE cot. Driveway ond Second Avorrjo.

Finder please phone CEM3I7. REWARD FOR PAINTINGS LOST ram car. Nelson Street. 31e-Sli7. WHITE SAMOYED DOG, FEMALE, answers to Sam, Glebe area.

I days oge. Reward. IM-40W. YOUNG FEMALE CAT. GREY sprinkled light brawn.

Melbourne. Broadview area. 73V-2705. YOUR PET MAY BE AT THE Humane Society Shelter, visit shelter lo moke sure bmf BLACK AND TAN PUP. GERMAN Shepherd type, with harness, found vicinity Shoppers 1 1 Baseline Rood.

134-ISM. BROWN AND WHITE PART BEAGLE hound. In Greely Oreo, September. Very friendly. CHESTERFIELD CUSHION, FOAM rubber, found Knoxdoie Rood or so.

sU-OTO. CUSHION FOR CHESTERFIELD chslr, found Richmond Rood. 721-U3S. DOMESTft BIRO, BROWN AND whit-, found in Wrigfilyllle oreo. Tfl-sey).

FOUND. YOUNG GREY. MALE KIT-ten. bell on neck, vicinlly McArthur Rood. GIRL'S GLASSES.

VICINITY Twedsmuir. 73S-74S4. GENTLEMAN'S RAINCOAT token from restaurant or store in error for owner's smaller size. Glod to exchange. 7M203.


VICINITY LAU-rler. between O'Connor and Bonk. 3e-ntt. KITTEN, FEMALE. WHITE WITH calico McLeod and Glod stone.

J1S-5JU. LITTLE TAN AND WHITE TERRIER puppy, with red collar, found on Range Road, is wolfing at the Ottawo Humane Society. Bayvlew Rood. RING FOUND FLMVALE SHOPPING Centre, SMALL KEYS ATTACHED TO' RED rubber bona. jj-je.

TICKETS FOR GERMAN MARDI Gros Society, ra-ass. FOUND ADS FRIf IN OUR AIM TO PROVIDE OUR readers with the finest service possible, The Journal will publish In this column free of charge for 3 days, all articles or pets which our readers may find. Simply "dial 3M-mi. Classified Department. '01 Hrtrntnts.

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