Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California on September 17, 1954 · Page 11
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Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California · Page 11

San Rafael, California
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Friday, September 17, 1954
Page 11
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. ï W*** **| Call MELODY TV for EXPERT Radio and TV Service GL 4-6404 Prompt — Reasonable Open Eves, ti! 9.00 - 1418-4f‘h St., Son Rafael □asa ssaa □asa aaan eoqbs asso aaaaaaa ana soaa aau sana Baca am oaaaa añacea uso Etas cassa gss usa cuan snaanas □ans asno esas anos 3HU3 suas RICHMOND SAN RAFAEL AUTO FERRY ..•a ,'~i y ììfflttiììTi Ÿ TTi irtifiiBO Jtthrprnhrttl-lnurttal. Friday, Sept. 17, 1954 11 Talent Show To Help Build Swim Pool Neighborhood Christian Aid and Civic Service Society of Marin City will help organize a fund drive in Marin City to aid the Marin United Crusade, it has been announced by J. H. Owens, supervisor of the organisation. Purpose of the organization is to combat juvenile delinquency by providing juvenile activities, and to assist benevolent organizations, such as United Crusade, by holding fund drives. “OUGHT TO KNOW” On Oct. 15, the organization will hold a forum meeting in the Marin City Community Building, with a speaker representing Marin United Crusade, with the theme, "The People Ought to Know.” It will concern the cause of some benevolent organizations. According to Owens, Henry T. Malcheski will be master of ceremonies, Sydney C. Rapp will be forum moderator, O. A. Ware is chairman of the executive board, H. C. Jeffreys is secretary, and Charles T. Williamson is exhibit manager. The society plans to hold forum meetings on the third Friday of each month. It has set the first Friday of each month for "Juvenile Night,’* and speakers during the season will discuss the theme, "Youth at the Crossroads.” Speaker for the meeting Oct. 1 will be C. L. Boyle, superintendent of the Sausalito- Marin City School District. There will also be a talent show which will include a sewing club of youngsters under the guidance of Mrs. Annie Jordan. t.i.aaaKfea» NEW STORES REPLACE ORIGINAL SAN ANSELMO BUSINESS be of nedwood, stucco or brick with construction to start in the near future. Off street parking for some 25 cars will be provided in front of the buildings while a rear entrance to each store will also be available. Mrs. Ruth Thornton and Richard McLaren of San Anselmo are the present owners of the property. Maynard Redmond & Co. of San Rafael will handle the leases for the stores. The first known business in San Anselmo was a livery stable built by Peter McLaren in 1904. It was located on the west side of San Anselmo avenue, between Ross street and Woodland avenue. Through the years the livery stable moved and a garage and service station replaced it in the same building. But now that building is to be removed to make room for a modern seven-store structure. Expected to cost about $50,000, the structure will 12:30 — Western Music—Pete Harrison. 1:30—Gospel Traveler 3:30—Music U.S.A. 4:00—Marin Co. Local News 4:05—Saturday Music 4:15—Serenade in Blue 4:30—Religious Headlines , 4:45—Wayne and Karl 5:30—Marin Co. Local News 5:45—Wayne Sc Karl 6:00—Wayne and Karl 7:00—Prelude To Blue 7:15—Sign Off and Praver (Note: All programs subject to change). Sept. 18, 1954 1510 ON YOUR DIAL 7:00—Town & Country Music 7:30—Coffee and Donut News 8:00—Radio Kids Bible Club 8.30—Look to the Skies ^ 8:45—Marin Co. Local News 9:00—Space Rangers 9:30-Countrv Lee Crosby's Folk Dance jamboree 10:00—The Big Four 11:00—Richmond High Schools 11:30—Stop, Look Sc Listen 12:00—Marin Co. Local News 12* 15 4-H Club Reporter Ernie Nevers To Start TV Series When Ernie and Marjorie Nevers of Strawberry open their television show Saturday, Mrs. Nevers will be dressed in Marin clothes from the R and M Style Shops. Nevers, a former Stanford football great, will open a show to be called ‘‘Out on a Limb With Ernie Nevers” on station KGO-TV at a time to be announced. According to Mrs. Rayma Armstrong and Mrs. Ruth Murphy, owners of the style shops, the Nevers’ program will be broadcast after major Bay Area football games each Saturday through the season. Mrs. Nevers will be dressed in R and M style Shops clothes and the shops, located in San Rafael, Mill Valley, and Novato, will receive mention. New Cab Firm Opens; HQ In Corte Madera Reed Orchestra ; Needs Members Announcing that the next meet- I ing of Reed Community orchestra ; will be held Tuesday night, Rob; ert Crawford, director, this week issued a call for new members. He says that he particularly I needs strings and a trumpet, but ! all instruments will be welcome. The orchestra is open to the entire Tiburon peninsula. The orchestra is presently made up of about fifteen members, adults and teenagers. Meetings are held at Reed School. Crawford hopes to give a concert after the first of the year to ra se frnds for the scaool music program and help finance the community orchestra. charges that he molested his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Fisher, on Aug. j 14 at a party at the American Legion Hall in Mill Valley. Mrs. Fisher denied she had been hit by her husband but a complaint, charging Fisher with battery, was filed by the district attorney’s office. WITNESSES TESTIFY Testimony was introduced at the trial that Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, in the company of friends, arrived at the Legion hall after & party at a country club. One witness explained that as the golf "pro” and his wife were leaving the hall, Mrs. Fisher cried out and she was found on an outside sidewalk with a severed artery in her right forearm. Mill Valley police claim to have found glass from a broken beer bottle near where Mrs. Fisher was found. Fisher, witnesses said, had a three inch cut over his right ear. Mill Valley Police Officer Dan Terzich testified Mrs. Fisher at first told him she had been hit by her husband and later she denied this. JURY MExMBERS Fisher wes defended by attorney Gordon Smith, while Dist Atty. W. O. Weissich was the prosecutor. On the jury, before Judge N. Charles Brusatori, were: Hewitt Wilson, Mrs. Pauline Cournoyer, Anthony Costello, Mrs. Rose Derham, all of San Rafael; Mrs. Iyone Gilmore and James Brown, both of Mill Valley; Harry Patton and Mrs. Anne Giono, both of San Anselmo; Mrs. Lucille Adams of Larkspur; Mrs. Katherine Clapp of Kentfield; Mrs. Mary Stumm of Marin City; and Mrs. Margaret Traeger of San Quentin. The Tri-City Independent Cab Co., a branch of a taxicab company in Brisbane, has been set up in Marin to serve areas including Alto, Corte Madera. Larkspur, Kentfield and Greenbrae, according to owning partner Horace Davi. Partners in the business axe Davi, his wife, Lucile, and Irving Sucher. Davi has been in the taxi business for the past 14 years in Brisbane and other communities. Sucher has been in the taxicab business for about 30 years on the west coast and in New York. Dispatch office for the new taxi company is at 134 Redwood avenue, Corte Madera. Davi said he plans to eventually move his taxi equipment in Brisbane to Marin County. Cabs are now dispatched by telephone, but he plans to equip them with radio in the future. The company will give 24-hour service. The cabs have white tops, a yellow stripe below the windows with blue hoods and lower bodies. All are meter equipped. In addition to regular taxi service, Davi said the company would provide limousine service, and special group service such as shoppers groups, school groups and others. Mill Valley golf professional George (Bud) Fisher yesterday was freed of charges of battery by a Marin Municipal Court jury. The jury, which returned the "not-guilty” verdict after one hour of deliberation, cleared Fisher of • TELEVISION TONIGHT • FRIDAY KRON-TV (Channel 4) KPIX (Channel 5) 5:00—Fireman 5:00—Deputy Dave Frank 5:15—Wolo 5:30—Howdy Doody 5:30—Cant Fortune 6:00—Uncle George 6:oo_Patty Prichard 6:15—Adventure Time 6:15—Police Show 6:35—Science Lab. 6:30—News 6 45—Shell News 6 45—Perrv Como 7:00—Boxing 7:00—Curtain Time 7:45—News 7:30—Person to 8:00—Curtain Call Person 8:30—Lone Wolf 8:00—Mama 9:00— Big Story 8:30—Topper 9:30—Dear Phoebe 9:00— Playhouse of 10 00—Colonel March Stars 10:30—Mr. D. A. 9:30—Our Miss 11:00—Owl Theatre Brooks 12:15—News 10:00—Star Theatre 10 : 30 —William Winter 10:45—Bill Guyman 10:50—Don Regan 11: 00 —Mystery Playhouse 11:30—Late Show Marin Scouts Plan Rodeo KGO-TV (Channel 7) 5:00—Join The Gang 6:00—Time For Beany 6:30—Hopalong Cassidv 7:00—Dick Tracy 7:30—Stu Erwin 8:00—Ozzie and Harriet 8:30—Ray Bolger 9:00—Pride of the Family 9:30—Front Page Detective 10:00—My Hero 10:30—News 10:40—Sports 10:45—Wrestling The Marin Boy Scouts of America are preparing a rodeo day at the Circle V Corral, Sunday, Sept. 26 at 1:30 p.m. Admission is free to all adults bringing children. Ray Carrillo, Cub packmaster of Sausalito, is in charge of arrangements for the rodeo. Featured events will include demonstrations and contests by the Marin Sheriff’s Posse, the 4 M’s and the Mounted 4-H group. After the opening demonstration of folk dancing by Charley Bassett’s San Quentin dance group, the afternoon highlights will include stake racing, pole bending, mounted musical chairs, balloon, relay and obstacle races, roping, cutting horses and bulldogging. BIRTHS ACKERMAN—In San Rafael General, Sept. 6, 1954, to the wife (Marion Campeau) of Gerald Ackerman, San Rafael, a son. GRIBLIN—In San Rafael General, Sept. 7, 1954, to the wife (Mary Ellen Grissom) of Ernest Griblin, San Rafael, a daughter. GAREIS—In San Rafael General, Sept. 8, 1954, to the wife (Charlene Kelly) of Dennis Gareis, Sausalito, a son. AL-SAMARRIE—In San Rafael General, Sept. 11, 1954, to the wife (Carol McFeeley) of MaJik Al- Samarrie. San Francisco, a son. DEE—In San Rafael General, Sept. 12, 1954, to the wife (Dorothy Hitchcock) of Sanford Dee, San Rafael, a son. SOARES—In San Rafael General, Sept. 14, 1954, to the wife (Grace Domingus) of John Soares, Novato, a son. BERSAGLIERI — In Marin General, Sept. 6, 1954, to the wife (Onorine Arata) of Albert Bersaglieri. Larkspur, a daughter. THOMPSON—In Marin General, Sept. 8,1954, to the wife (Marjorie Johnson) of Edmund Thompson, San Rafael, a son. BROWN—In Marin General, Sept. 8, 1954, to the wife (Patricia Long) of Amos Brown, Larkspur, a son. VALK—In Marin General, Sept. 8 , 1954, to the wife (Janice Bordanaro) of Charles Valk, Corte Madera, a daughter. ROACH —In Marin General, Sept. 9, 1954, to the wife (Jane Jennings) of Robert Roach, Stn Anselmo, a daughter, EISCHEN—In Marin General, Sept. 10, 1954, to the wife (Lois Bain) of Joseph A. Eischen, Larkspur, a daughter. VON AHN—In Marin General. Sept. 11, 1954, to the wife (Frances Jennings) of Adolph von Ahn, San Anselmo, a daughter. MIRANDA—In Marin General, Sept. 12, 1954, to the wife (Ruth Albrisch) of Tony Miranda, Point Reyes, a daughter. PINCINI—In Marin General, Sept. 13, 1954, to the wife (Irma Leoni) of Albert Pincini, Fairfax, a daughter. HEIDENREICH—In Marin General, Sept. 13, 1954, to the wife (Ina Chatterton) of Carl Heidenreich, San Rafael, a son. BRUNO — In Marin General, Sept. 13, 1954, to the wife (Diona- sia Kochan) of Albert Bruno, Mill Valley, a daughter. HANLON—In Marin General, Sept. 13, 1954, to the wife (Marion Scanlon) of Frank Hanlon, San Rafael, twin sons. PLUMBRIDGE — In Marin General, Sept. 13, 1954, to the wife (Ruth Eleanor Campbell) of Jack Plumbridge, Woodacre, a son. Code Violation Charge Burnell Don Hendrickson, 25, San Geronimo, appeared in Marin Municipal Court yesterday on charges of violating the state welfare and institute code involving his marriage to a 16-year-old girl. Hendrickson and his attorney, Berwin Rice, will enter a plea to the charges on Sept. 24. tomorrow KPIX-TV (Channel 51 7:30—Feature 10:30—Deputy Dave 11:30—Abbott & 8:00—Kids Comedies 8:30—Cactus Theater 9:30—Capt Fortune 10:00—Winky Dink 11:00—Corky 11:15—-Cartoons Costelio 12:00—Contest Carnival 12:30—Cartoons 1:00—Horse Race 1:30—Lone Ranger 2:00—Football 3:00—Football 5:00—Feature KGO-TV (Channel 7) 10:00—Answers for Americans 10:30—Smilin’ Ed 11:00—You Can Do It 11:30—Baseball 1:30—Warmup 1:45—Football 2:00—Football 4:45—Ernie Nevers 5:00—Space Patrol KRON-TV (Channel 4) 10:45—Canadian Football 1:30—Greatest Sports 1 : 45 _World Thru Stamps 2:00—Camera’s Eye 2:15—Matinee 3:30—A Visit With Mary 4:00—Capt. Midnight 4:30—Pinky Lee 5 00—Mr. Wizard DRIVE-IN « for AUTO RADIO Installation—Repair Past, Efficient Service by experienced technicians Mill Valley Pianist To Appear On TV GL. 4-3020 Maxim Schapiro, eminent Mill Valley pianist, will be a guest on “Exclusively Your s,” Marjorie Trumbull’s KRON-TV show at 1:30 p.m. Monday. Schapiro will speak on behalf of the Mill Valley Concert Series which opens Sept. 30. Season tickets are on sale at Larson’s Melody Shop, Mill Valley. Ser Nit* Snrvicn Independeni-Jotrnal 1028 B ST. SAN RAFAEL No Job too Larae or too Small ervice KOVR-TV (Chan. 13) 6.30—T.B. A. 7:00—Brand 13 8:00—Hayride 8:30—Story of Century 9:00—Jeffrey Jones 9:30—Ellery Queen 10 :00—Dateline Diablo 10:10—Bob Fouts Spts 10:20—Outdoor News Third and Francisco (Naxt to Brunntr's Claanars) GL 4-5021 4:30—Uncle Ed 6:30—Teen Review 6:00—Newsreel 6:15—Farm News 6:25—Weather Show Sausalito Police, Fire Association Plans Annual Ball Police and Firemen’s Assn. of Sausalito are holding their second annual ball on Oct. 9 at the IDESST Hall. Funds go into the widows and orphans benefit fund to help buy specialized equipment when necessary. Three prizes totaling $175 in cash will be given away at the event. Tickets may be purchased from members of the two departments. RADIO TONIGHT • FRIDAY :55 News KGO—Science of Mind 6:45 KGO—J Vandercook KFRC—Rams-Eagles to 9:30 KCBS—News 7:<H) P. M. KNBC—Cavalcade of Sports KCBS—Music :15 News KGO—Football Forecast 7:30 KNBC—:45 Hal Wolf KGO—Lone Ranger :55 News KCBS—Godfrey Digest 8:00 P. M. KNBC—Beatty-News KCBS—Doug Edwards :05 Mr. Keen KGO—Jack Gregson 8:15 KNBC—1 Man’s Family 8:30 KNBC—Eddie Fisher :45 Frank Sinatra KCBS—L. Thomas :45 Tenn Ernie KGO—Jack Gregson :55 News 9:00 P. M. KNBC—T.B A. KCBS—Mr. and Mrs. North KGO—Sammy Kaye :25 News 9:30 KFRC—Behind Story KNBC—Stars in Action :45 Tunes, News KCBS—Red Blanchard KGO—World We Live In 10:00 P. M. KFRC—Fulton Lewis KNBC—Reporter KCBS—Stewart (N) KGO—News 10:15 KFRC—Harry Flannery KNBC—Byline, J. Gordon KCBS—Hanson Sports KGO—Dance Time 'til Midnight 10:30 KFRC—Health Talk :45 Top Tunes KNBC—Joe Gillespie KCBS—StarHte Salute 11:00 P. M. KFRC—News KNBC—Ira Blue KCBS—News. Starlite 11:15 KFRC—Dancing Discs KNBC—Bay Business :20 Music 11:30 KCBS—Dwight Cooke 11:45 KCBS—Music 12 MIDNIGHT KNBC—Phil Wright KCBS—Music til 5 a. m. KGO—Mus., :15 Bible |:00 P. M. KFRC—News. :05 Think About :10 Records KNBC—J. Gillespie KCBS—Ed R. Murrow KGO—All Star By-lines 1:15 KGO—Bill Stem KNBC—Sports, Wolf KCBS—Hansen; Law; Pageant 1:30 KFRC—Bill Hickok KNBC—News; Cal. News KCBS—Tom Harmon :55 Cecil Brown KGO—C. Huntley (N) 0:45 KFRC—:55 Cecil Brown KNBC—Elmer Peterson KCBS—Goss :55 Bay Area News KGO—Bob Garred 1:00 P. M. KFRC—G Heatter KNBC—Dreler. News KCBS—Tenn. Ernie KGO—Red Skelton 1:15 KFRC—Band Music KNBC—Bill Guyman KGO—:25 News KCBS—Choraliers 1:30 KSFO—Favoritea KFRC—Bob Fouts KNBC—News-Melodies KCBS—Amos ‘n’ Andy Winner.. • Douglas Lindauer San Anselmo Henry's Super Service 1612 Sir Francis Drake Fairfax Son Anselmo Ave. It's A Grand DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS DOWN 21. Native 1. Color 1. Harsh of 4. Craze 2. Greek letter Austria 7. So. Am. 3. Assimilate 23. Masuri- monkey 4. Putrefy um 8. Wicked 5. Affirms (sym.) 10. King of the 6. Terrible 24. Excla- Amalekites 7 . Oldest mation 11. Withered Dravidian 25. Circuit 12. Molybde- language 26. Swal- num (sym.) 9. City (Eng.) lows, 18. Course at 14. Born as dinner 15 . Jewish liquid 15. The month 27. River (Fr.) SO. Samarium atmosphere 18. All correct 28. Great _ (sym.) 16. Observes (abbr.) personages 32. Vestige 17. Note of 20. Land- 29. English 35. Epochs the scale measure poet 39. Born 19. Salted ■ ■ , ■ **•5®- w r 'K r y M, 22. Biblical city VZ 7 YY^ ~ yY 23. Greek letter /// ________________ YY __________________ YY 24. Owns YY.~ YY," V/, 26. Figured ¿fa ________ — — ¿fa __________________ ¿fa linens 14 Y/s 81. Part of ^________ ¿7 ________________________ "to be’* 1 * 777 7T“ 7^7 is 82. Group of __________________________ ¿^ three i<) 20 /// ai 83. Beverage •‘KS. a 111 Alaska and 24 2 s' /// z<o 27 28 29 30 Russia ^ a« Sun god ^ --------- 77?.^- -------------------- 77?,~ 87. Persia % % -¿ST W ZTZMIZM 40. Small nail 77/37 V// 41. Marshy ¿jfa ____...____ ¿fa _— _ ... — ¿fa meadows 77/ % 42. Southeast -------------- 77/Tl --------------- ‘77/7// XT ill _ W\ 1 W 4 43. Coin (Jap.) 9 DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE—Here’s how to work It: AX Y D LB A A X It Is LONGFELLOW One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is used for the three L’s, X for the two O s, etc. Single letters, apoe- trophies, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation QW FWLPFV JZBUDK, UWJ QMPXY JZPY, XFF Q X V FWU D—C B U D K F P V. Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: I KNOW A MAIDEN FAIR TO SEE, TAKE CARE! SHE CAN BOTH FALSE AND FRIENDLY BE — LONGFELLOW. TODAY & SATURDAY Sept. 17 & 18 9-17 Yesterday’« Aaewer 634 San Anselmo Ave., fan Anselmo SATURDAY KCBS—Citv Hospital :25 G. Drake KGO—Weekend News :05 Holiday 10:30 KCBS—News, Meet Missus :35 News 11:00 A. M. KFRC—Top Tunes KNBC—Marv Lee Tavlor KCBS—T.B.A. :15 R. Q Lewis KGO—Weekend News :05 Holiday 11:30 KFRC—Top Tunes :45 Health Talk KNBC—Farm & Home Hour KGO—Opera 12 NOON KFRC—Scofield-News KNBC—News KCBS—News KGO—: 10 Weekend News 12:15 KFRC—Sidewalk Reporter KNBC—Farm Reporter KCBS—Records KGO—Calif Holiday 12:30 KNBC—Budd Heyde To 3:00 pm. KCBS—T.B.A. 12:45 KFRC—Music KCBS—Garden Gata 1:00 P. M. KFRC—Social Security KCBS—TB.A. KGO—Weekend News :05 Holiday 1:15 KFRC—To Vets 1:30 KCBS—TJBJL :55 News KFRC—Music :45 Go To Town 2:00 P. M. KFRC—Music KCBS—Washington, USA. KYA—News-D Pitts KGO—Weekend News :05 Holiday 2:15 KFRC—Goodwill Music 2:30 KFRC—Forward March; :45 Treas. Show KCBS—Sat. at Chasa KGO—News. Holiday KNBC—Road Show 3:00 P. M. KNBC—Op. Brotherhood; :15 UNESCO KCBS—News :15 Memo From UN. KFRC—49th Inf. Band KGO—Weekend News :05 Holiday 3:30 KNBC—Pledger At Opera KCBS—Sports :45 News KFRC—Today’s Tunes KGO—News. Holiday 4:00 P. M. KFRC—Broadway Review KNBC—Pledger at Opera KCBS—Housewives league KGO—News, Holiday 4:15 KFRC—F. Hemingwav 4:30 P. M. j KFRC— Army Hour KNBC—T.B.A KCBS—J. Todd 7:00 A. M. KFRC-KCBS—News KNBC—Doug Pledger KGO—News :05 John Harvey 7:15 KFRC—Breakfast Gang KNBC—News :20 Pledger KCBS—This Is 8 F. KGO—John Harvey 7:30 KNBC—Pledger KCBS—Frank Goss KGO—News :35 John Harvey 7:45 KFRC—Newa KNBC—Knox Manning - News KCBS—St. Louis Mus. :55 News KGO— : 55 News 8:00 A. M. KFRC—Records KNBC—Dou*! Pledger KCBS—Guest 8tar KGO—Tune for Tots :05 No School Today 8:15 KFRC—Bess Bye :20 Music KCBS—R. Q. Lewis 8:30 KFRC—Haven Rest KNBC—News :35 Pledger 9:00 A. M. KFRC—Varieties KCBS—News, Romance 8:30 KFRC—Varieties KCBS—Stars - Hollywood KGO—Space Patrol 10:00 A M. KFRC—News :15 Tod Tunes KNBC— Douf Pledger DAILY SCHEDULE if. U. h. in OwaHs 5:40 A.M. 4:02 AM. • 03* 4.25* • 25 4:47 4:48** 7:10** 7:10 7:12 7:33** 7:55*e 7:55 8:17 8.18 8:40 8:40 9 02 9 03 9:25 9:25 9:47 9 45 10:07 P*« n*nry If unffV 5:43 P.M. 4 02 P.M. 4 03 4:25 4 25 4:47 4 47 7:08 7 08 7:30 7:30 75» 7:51 8:12 8:13 834 • 34 8 56 8-55 9:17 9 »7 9:39 9 39 10 00 • th»#«*fc FriAty •• Mtnday thr**fh UAmttff CXTIA TUPS SATURDAYS t SUNDAYS 10:23 P.M. 10:44 P.M. 1106 11J7 11:49 12:10 AM. Sanrira «Im tnffu 4&mméê Complett Diagnosis: Tiina-itp'lgnitlon Carburation RPM Lubrication Atlas Tires and Tubes Atlas Batteries Automatic TravtsmksioH Power Steering Service ««Ml Repair* Brakes Adjusted and Reined AH Types of Repairs CaN OL 3-9870 GL 3-7608 SAVI MILKS — SAVI GASOUN8

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