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Education Worker To Visit Two Churches I Miss Nancy J. Deitrich,' publi cation division field representa tive of the United Presbyterian Board of Christian Education, will visit on Sunday both Pres byterian churches in Lebanon. She plans to observe, during the Church School hour, the class sessions of the children's department of Christ Presbyterian Church. An afternoon evaluation session with class teachers will be conducted by Miss Diet rich. Sunday evening, the Christian education worker will meet at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church with Church School of ficers and teachers and with members of the church's Com mittee on Christian Education. Miss Dietrich is commencing, this weekend, a full, ten-day schedule of meetings at various churches of the Presbytery of Carlisle. Her work with different groups includes the evaluation of program and equipment, teaching demonstration classes, helping teachers with lesson planning, assisting curriculum preview conferences, presenting the church-home program, and aiding Christian Education committees organize their, work. TWO IN RACE BOSTON - iPi - The Rev. Dana McLean Greeley, president of the American Unitarian Association, and the Rev. William B. Rice, minister to the Unitarian Society of Wellesley Hills, Mass., have been nominated for election as first president of the newly merging denomination, the Unitarian Universalist Association. The election will be at a founding convention in May. ' - .... -v: '. v. ii.iif ixiu ii i u j j p. . . i ili j Li uj J W r -i t -TriT-ri-rr mi UBiaWJlJC:":fTTty)-rrittTm "II Jll'il'IT I (ffefrif "i WIO WMmPw Y 1 mmmmmmm i iiwiiwwwilll WWWiiliiiMiMnmw i m mum iMffliiTmii-n 1 1 , ' 'imW4 l.ijH ; tsidM fciffinJiftiJ1 - rTOMM riri r i w n rtn nftrtfr ' rtf r iri W tt tbt j-'-'-' J"'"'ftJ'.rT : j - 1 r rt i r m i "Tn''ifiiiiriiTiirwimfiiiiiiiirrfTnl WELCOME TO Congenial Cordial Mtmbort TIST OUK WttCOMI THIS SUNDAY 9:30am Church School Missionary Ingathering Colored Slides of Hawaii 10:45 am Miss Isabel Kennedy Missionary Speaker 6:30 pm Crusaders & MYF 7:30 pm "Friend Wherefore Art Thou Come?" Special Music The Johnson Family Daily NEWS Photo. ORGAN INSTALLATION Rev. Russell D. Mengel, pastor of St. John's United Church of Christ, Jonestown, views from the rear balcony of the church's sanctuary the completed organ chamber for the recently installed pipe organ. The organ is being dedicated this weekend. Jonestown Church To Dedicate Pipe Organ On Sunday Local Pastor To Atiend Ministerial Seminar Hide, Tallow Co. Is Purchased By Realty Company The results of more than a 'liturgical cloths and hangings. year-and-a-half of intensive study; They are the gift of Mrs. Ethel R. of pipe organs, including trips forjSpotts in memory of her parents, the inspection of factories and in-'Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Reich. stallations, will be formally Also, the gift of a transparent which this year will be delivered marked when, on Sunday. St. music rack light upon the consolejby Rev. Mariano DiGangi, pastor John's United Church of Christ will be recognized as from DrJ of St. Enoch Presbyterian Church, E & R) of Jonestown dedicates! Richard R. Hoffman, in honor of .Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Rev. Premise1; of the Myerstown Hide and Tallow Co., Myerstown R. D. 1, have been sold for $75,-000, according to a deed placed on record in the courthouse. They passed from the Hide and Tallow Co. to the C. and G. Realty Co., Richland. A spokesman for the firm said the sale will not affect its pres-i ent operation. Some of the firm officials are reported officials of the realty company. Seven other recent county prop erty sales were recorded in deeds filed in the courthouse. They are: Premises at TOO S. Thirteenth St., Lebanon, from the estate of Lillian H. Brooks, late of Lebanon, to John A. and Betty F. Fidler, Lebanon, for $42,-000. Premises at 1225 Poplar St.. Lebanon, from Raymond J. and Rita J. Guerrisi, Lebanon, to the estate of Lillian H. Brooks for $19,000. Premises in Annville from Donald E. and Mary E. Becker, Union Township, to Oscar N. Un- er, Annville, for $15,000., Premises on the west side of S. Kiner Ave., South Lebanon Township, from the estate of Ruby S. Hirose, late of South Lebanon Township, to Melvin H. and Eleanor F. Pontz, Lebanon, for $13,500. Premises at 349 N. Twelfth St., Lebanon, from Florence Twigg to Richard B. and Mary J. Carmany, all of Lebanon for $5,800. Premises on the east side of Smith Ave., South Lebanon Townshio. from John L. and Pastor and Mrs. Daniel G. Zeig-Helen S". Bechtcl to Ned I. and ler, 515 Locust Street, will attend; Christine Mae Keath, all of South the third annual Ministerial Sem- Lebanon Township, for $2,300. inar at Gordon Divinity School, j a lot in North Londonderry Beverly Farms, Mass., March 6 to Township from Richard J. and 9. Rev. Zeigler is pastor of Beth-!Anna M. Seibert. North London- any Bible fellowship Church of derry Township, to Paul E Lebanon. Mae D. Rhine. Palmyra, for $1. Lebanon Daily News, Lebanon, Pa., Saturday, March 4, 196 1 Page 9 40m .4. :'!::: i!:fiSiS-v.?. ll ii in .. ! if-MrWlf y$-y"---&"--$?mf'j7 "AND ANOTHER THING ..." Elizabethtown College Dean Roy E. Me-Auley gets a "dressing down" from Ruth Ann (Jeiselman, junior from Jacobus, York County, as part of a project to raise funds for a student exchange program at the College. Dr. McAuley agreed to change places with the student who bid the highest for the right to give him the business at a special auction on the campus. Other profs agreed to type term papers for students or clean dormitory rooms for the exchange project. The Dean enjoyed the lecture almost as much as the student. fit XwisrAe uciiciii r.ujciu ,:,. ri.al. Are Planned For fin Pnhlic Easier Seal Drive Notice feature event of the seminar; is the M c E ! w a i n Lectureship. IIGHTH AND WILIOW STREETS Q a new $18,035 Tellers Pipe Organ. The musical instrument com bines the classic, "baroque" or renaissance organ features which stem from the 'golden age of! several families organ building plus the strings, Contributions to reeds and flutes, all with a solo church to procure another rank, potential, of the "American Clas- The great, swell, and pedal or-sic" organ. gans contain 16 voices, 20 ranks, While the console remains in'7 extensions, 28 stops, and 1,250 the chancel area, the pipes havejpipes. Tellers Organ Company, been placed in an organ chamber j Erie, Pa., built, to specifications, occupying the middle section ofjthe two-manual organ. Frank Mc-the nave's rear balcony. The pipe-Connell, F.A.G.O. of Lancaster work is impressively displayed by and a Tellers representative, the use of glass expression louv- Howard S. Okie Jr. of Paoli, Pa., ers. The entire organ is under ex- helped in the organ's design. his mother. Mrs. Oscar Hoffman, jDiGangi's lectures are titled, "The a former St. John organist. RoIe of the Gospel Ministry in the The congregation originally de- Edification of Christ's Church." cided upon a 19-rank organ, but The week's activities will also in- made snecial tlliue cnapei services, wuiitMiups, . . i i j: : i -. I . enab e theiPanei uiscussions, anu wner ses pression. The pastor, Rev. Russell M. Mengle. will preach on the theme A blower of Swiss import, chosen for its exceptional noiseless operation, and wind chests of the "The Ministry of Music," at the latest type and design are among morning dedication service, a otner leatures ot me musical in dedicatory concert by the three church choirs Junior, Youth, and Senior is scheduled for the evening. The morning service will in clude the dedication of red para-ments for the altar, pulpit and ilectern, completing the church's sions for both ministers and their wives. Leaders will include members of the faculty and staff of the seminary and outstanding guest speakers. Rev. Zeigler is a grauduate of Gordon Divinity School and Mrs. Zeigler attended Gordon College on the same campus. 3 Lebanon Men Train As Recruits At Great Lakes A number of projects have anden planned for ann"al Eas" ! driving along County Society for Crippled Children and Adults, it was announced today by Paul T. Gingrich, campaign chairman. The Easter Seal Drive which opened Thursday will continue An out-of-state motorist was a New England 120th Wedding Anniversaries Loom In Future Calls General Assembly 'Temple Of Hypocrisy' First Evangelical Congregational Church 6th St. at Chestnut J. Karl Harper, Minister 9:30 A.M. Sunday School 10:30 A.M. "The Ambitious Ruler" (Churchtime Nursery) 7:30 P.M.-"Arise" Prayer Service Wednesday, 7:45 P.M. Visitors Welcome: PARIS (LTD - Outgoing NATO Secretary General Paul-H e n r i Stmment. SnaaL- rallorf FriHav fnr rlncpr The entire installation cost ap-j political unity in Europe and at-proximately $19,000. L. David tacked the United Nations Gen-Isele constructed the organ cham-jeral Assembly as a "temple of ber and swell box; Clifford Wood, hypocrisy." contracted the painting and the Spaak, a socialist who shortly finishing of the walls and organ will return to political life in Bel-chamber; and George Bolandgium, spoke at a foreign press did the plastering. All are from; association lunch to mark his de- the Jonestown area. . jparture after four years m the The pipe organ is the third inOj00- . the church's history. A Reiffen-i H,e described NATO as Perpe-backer organ, built in no r t h -tual'y inu a state of crisis because ern Berks County, was installed, t,hlVVhelnly. 'ay ll,ctan ?.daupt in the 1830s. A second organ, i Wicks instrument, was built into; duvatu J"" , "i . v., me ne neiiuativer uigaii case 1111 ...r . ... ,,, 1930 during the pastorate of Rev. HvT FTV iZ tv.cK D D Brendle j ed the widest approach to the sub- iiri The decision to sign a contract, Spaak said he fav0rs proposals for the new lellers organ was u.,jh FrPnrh President Charles training for resuming the struggle for Eu- Three young Lebanon men are scheduled to take nine weeks of extensive training at Great Lakes, III., following their recent enlistment in the U. S. Navy at the Lebanon recruiting office. They are: Lynn Acker, 17, son of Mrs. Emily Acker, 912 Eliza beth St.; Neal Mease, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mease, 1910 Walnut St.; Randolph Reinoehl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thomas, 307 N. Tenth St. Acker was employed at the Triangle Car Wash before hi enlistment. After his recruit training he will be assigned to a school or a unit of the operating fleet. Mase, a 1960 graduate of Cornwall High School, has qualified for the Navy's school pro gram and plans to apply for en- gineman school. This school cov ers aiesel and gasoline engines. refrigeration, air conditioning and blueprint reading. Reinoehl, a graduate of Lebanon High School, qualified for the nuclear program. After attending a series of schools he will be assigned to one of the Navy's nuclear ballistic submarines. All three recruits each will have 14 days of leave after recruit By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK fAP)-"Fifty cou- highway that was unfamiliar to pies hold joint 120th wedding an-him. All of a sudden he becameniversary party. Ceremony attend-aware of a double amber blink-'ed by 3,000 descendants." er on his left, ahead and above the road. He had never seen If you saw a headline lik that in o n micninflr tviav vrui this kind of signal and won-' w-f iio,J;e AnH .,m k- until April 2. A goal of $15,750 has been set for this year's drive, with the Easter Seal parade scheduled for Sunday afternoon, March 19. Among the benefit events arranged is a bake sale March 11 at the Bon Ton, sponsored by the Slow Pokes of which Mrs. Joyce Schies is president; a spaghetti dinner March 18 at the Eagles auditorium by the Women Bowlers of Lebanon County, Mrs. Caroline Sealer, president; a benefit shoot March 19 sponsored by the Hemlock Archers Club, and the annual Coffee Day observance on March 30. The "Buck-a-Cup" Coffee Day is sponsored by restaurant owners in the city and county. Assisting Gingrich in the drive for funds is Harry Uhrich, a past president of the Society, who has charge of business and . in dustry contacts, and Clifford Hockley, who is in charge of placement of coin boards. Members of the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority are assisting Uhrich in contacting the business places land industrial establishments. while the door-to-door canvass is being arranged by the local Women of the Moose under the leadership of Mrs. Priscilla Fox Rothermel and Mrs. Alice Mrs. Ann urenner is senior regent of tha Women of the Moose. dered what it meant. His puzzlement was soon re solved. In a short distance he right not to. But such headlines may be corn- saw a side road approaching i monplace m next century-if .a from the right. The blinker wasjP?5 held out by the Journal liWo nprmanonf rantinn wamJof the American Medical Associa- to tion comes true. ins the annroachinc driver be extra careful. That is the possibility that sci- Within limits, the blinker was'ence by then will have increased like a public notice. The pur-j life expectancy to 140 years pose of the notice may vary but j twice the biblical span of 70 or basically it is intended to calleven more, attention to something. It is de- The esteemed AMA Journal signed, moreover, to give due 'isn't either spoofing or daydream-notice. Generally this means is ing. It believes this prolonged lon-given in sufficient time to en- gevity will automatically follow able those concerned to take as medicine gains fresh victories whatever steps may be neces-'ovcr such problems as infection, sary to protect their rights andlcancer and degenerative diseases interests, whether collective orjthat now shorten most of our individual. By long practice the bona fide newspaper of paid general lives. The prospect of making man durable enough to outlast most Hit IT, b6,en sJhown,10 oak trees is fascinating to all of us, and perhaps appealing to many, to others it seems down- be the best general medium for publication of such notices. publication in such newspapers L.Ta,kJe V' Jor . e?amPle-of hundreds of kinds of publicwe?l,ld you ll,k t0 hvei . W. notices. This has come to be a 1150 year olfd-. fven ihou& basic part of the America n ' rcmained J" fair'y vigorous health leeal svstpm an1 in4D0 iuntil the end? democratic process itself. Economy Rocket Checks Eck Earth's Ray Fields FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Third and Walnut Streets Dr. B. C. Kreller, Pastor Holding Forth The Word of Life to a Dying World! 9:30 Sunday School for the Family 10:45-"THE ALTOGETHER LOVELY CHRIST" 6:30 Junior Fellowship, Teens For Christ 7:30-'THE VOICE OF THE LORD" 7:30 Wednesday, Prayer and Praise Time 8:30 Wednesday, Scofield Bible Class 7:30 Thursday, Family Missionary Night Mr. and Mrs. Mutton, Missionaries to Egypt Evangelistic Services Lemberger's E.U.B. Church Tonight Speaker Rev. Roy Luckenbill Sunday Night Rev. A. G. Miller ORGAN MUSIC BRASS QUARTET Come With Us and We Will Do Thee Good! VOCAL SELECTIONS CONGREGATIONAL SINGING made by the congregation on July 3, 1960. Sixteen companies had been asked for bids and suggestions on a given specification. The organ committee did considerable investigation into the various features of different de Gaulle originated for a European confederation referendum but which were rejected by other gov-j ernments. Spaak described his attitude YTtttff&Wi ward the United Nations as that of flauUM&rtdlf a "disillusioned lover." He said makes and models, including; he still favors the United Nations, tours of organ factories and the in-jbut it has undertaken obligations spection of actual installations, lit is unable to comply with. before making their recommenda- tions to the church membership.!! . f in L. Robert Gcrberich, St. John's KeXfTlOnl firemen HUmp organist, cnairea me commiuee. Henry E. Gerhart, Senior Choir director, and Rev. Mengel, who also serves as director of the Youth and Junior Choirs, were the other committee members. mm Catholic Church Notes Rise In Negro Members Out Flooded Cellars The Rexmont Fire Company, at its Friday night session, reported they had pumped put a number of flooded cellers in that area dur inn the past month. Assistant Fire Chief James Mc- Minn also stated that one fire call involvine a earaee damaged to the extent of $10, was answered during February. j It was reported the Lebanon . i VUUULjr 4 11C Vlllv fioouv .action Announcing Old Fashioned Revival at GOD'S MISSIONARY CHURCH 21st and Hill Streets, Lebanon, Pa. (Better known as Pansy Hill) March 5th to 19th, Inclusive Rev. J. T. Carroll Evangelist of Vinton, Ohio Each Night at 7:30 O'clock Sunday Morning at 10:00 A.M. Sunday Night at 7:00 P.M. Come Pray And See God Work Pastor, Rev. Marlin Crock WASHINGTON (LTD - The Roman Catholic Church now has : 653,217 Negro members in :Umtcd States, according to an of-1 14.21 gnd a candidate from the iciai repoa releasee, riiaay t py;Rexmont group had been invited ithe Commission for Catholic Mis- following five new mem sions among me coiorea peopie were accepted et the Friday anu me inuiai.s. Isession: Eugene McCleary, The report said the number of ' George Yocklovich. Ronald Car-Negro Catholics increased by 37,-lpenter. Kenneth Trovinger and 000, or about six per cent, during jCarl Shepler. the past year. It said this gain! President Marshall Keener con-was "far larger than the increase! ducted the meeting, which was in any other Catholic group in 'attended by 25 men. this country." The overall Catho- m was 146 Realtor And Firm Fined One-third of the increase in Ne-!( 77 rrtft rftr Tay rAJa gro memberships resulted irom Jtiijuv iwi iua iuuuw conversions, the report saia. une of every eight converts to the church last year was a Negro PHILADELPHIA AP) - Paul C. Murray and the real estate firm Although the number of Necrose operates in Lancaster fnday Catholics has been growing steadi-i were fined a total of $27,500 for ly since World War II, the over. I income tax evasion during 1954, whelming majority of America s:i ana is. IS million Negroes continue to bei U.S. District Court Judge John affiliated with P r 0 1 e s ta n tW. Lord Jr., fined the 64-year-old churches, particularly in Baptist 'Murray $20,000 for evading pay- and Methodist denominations. pa- Census One hundred forty-seven tients, including 16 infants. Admissions Mrs. Janice Williams, Rexmont. Mrs. Darlene Schwalm, Fredericksburg. John L. Lowre, Lebanon. Mrs. Betty Volk, Lebanon. David Cikovic, Jonestown. Mrs. Josephine Clark, Lebanon. Mrs. Kathryn Boltz, Lebanon. David Z. Erb, Sheridan. Watson J. High. Lebanon. Ammon H. Smith, Lebanon. Cathy Jo Munnion, Lebanon. Russell L. Sonner, Sheridan. Discharges Jessica Mader, Lebanon. Mrs. Dorothy Englebach, Cleona. Joseph Merkle, Lebanon. Mrs. Linda Spang and daugh ter. Annville. Mrs. Elizabeth Feaser and daughter. Jonestown. Mrc Pnui k'rammdc Krprior-i icksburg. I"""' wnsiea miuuiu Mrs. Dorothy Purcell. Lebanon. iu mvwb us uk-m-. twmv,,, r.ninthor A partment a veto over such sales. Reveal Reds Almost Got Vital Tools Via Snafu WASHINGTON (LTD - The Senate internal security subcom mittee said Friday that government errors almost let Russia obtain a shipment of 45 Ameri can machine tools which would have helped speed up the Soviet missile program by several years. The Commerce Department turned a final thumbs down on the off-again, on-again sale Thurs day night. Commerce Secretary Luther H. Hodges revoked the export license under which $1.5 million of U.S. precision grinding equipment would have been shipped to the Russians. The machinery is used to make small ball bearings which are es sential in the manufacture of re liable missile guidance systems. Hodges announced that the U.S. government will buy the equipment, produced by the Bryant Co. of Springfield, Vt. Sen. John J. Williams, R-Del., congratulated Hodges on his deci sion. The entire incident, Williams said in a Senate speech, is a "clear indication of the need for the re-examining export policies." Sen. Kenneth B. Keating, R- Think it over. You have to be mindful of a number of considerations. Since the trend is toward ever more youthful marriage, you'd probably wed at 20 a girl of 17. How would you like to carry gar-base out for the same woman for daughter, Lebanon. Charles Sattazahn, Lebanon Ralph Beard, Lebanon. Carol Aughinbaugh, Cleona. Luke E. Risser, Annville. Mrs. L u e 1 1 a Gingrich daughter. Lebanon. Mrs. Alfreda Gardner, Lebanon. Mrs. Katie Troutman, Lebanon. CAT ACTIVATES ALARM BUFFALO, NY. - A burglar aiarm suunueu eariy one mornins;ir,,rr,ru come taxes during the three yearjly converged on the scene, period. The firm was fined $7,500! Minutes later they reported John Marshall, appointed Chief for cheating on payment of $5,793.back to headquarters that a cat. Justice of the U. S. Supreme in the same period. sitting quietly on a window sill. Court in 1801, also wrote a five-j The judge also suspended jail had cast a shadow that activated volume biography of George: sentence on Murray and placed; an electric eye to set off the Washington. 'him on probation for a year. 'alarm. The department had opposed the transaction. The shipment first was approved by the Eisenhower administration but then halted pend- an(j ing a review. The Kennedy ad ministration later approved it on the same grounds-that the machines were readily available from European sources. A Commerce Department expert had testified that similar machines could be obtained in But the subcommittee, relying on its own industry experts, decided the machines were unique. CAPF PAViVFR A T rnr An economy rocket armarL-orfi1''" ecUS ior extensive use in America's' Since tnpre 13 alrcady grum-space program carried a top-se-blin2 tnat the Prnt retirement cret package of telescopes and aSe of 65 is unrealistic, it would other instruments to an altitude 'probably be doubled. Suppose you of 1,580 miles Fridav for a close-inad a dul1 rowtine job turning out up look at the earth's radiation iw'dsets in a widget factory. How fields. j would you like to have to keep The information gathered by:on doinS t until 'ou wer P the instruments will help scien-jsionecl 011 5'0ur 130tn birthday? tists draft "roadmaps" of space' Since age would be enshrined, by pinpointing lethal radiation youth would probably be both out-areas that man wil have to numbered and penalized. No mat-avoid in his space ventures. ( tcr how ta'ented, an ambitious lad The same maps will aid in the, could hardly look forward to be-planning of future nuclear testsjeoming a junior executive before in space and could lead to a he was 75 or a senior executive system for detection of similar juntil he was 100. tests by other nations. This But the greatest curse would would be dona by knowing be- probably be one of simple bore-forehand the radiation levels at dom. Greater automation might various altitudes, then noting:reduce the work week down to any increases that could not be perhaps only 12 hours, accomp-accounted for naturally, lished in two days. A so-called "poor man's roc- n-u- u n. . 1 ket" - a four ta"e Blue Scout ,Thls wouId give people the Usk II earned tS 172 occupying five full days of n yarned the 172 pound paiload,,eisure from the age of n (j m It was an important flight for1"? uI(i they do il without the Blue Scout, whirh ran hl"n UcUJ produced at the comparatively MoRt Pbably low price of $500,000 a copy, couldn't. Most would go crazy, as many do now The glacier which once covered northern North America hook 10,000 years to thaw. since it proved the rocket was iipwitn onIv two da's of leisure. to the role planned for it in the j The end would come, most like-field of space research. ily, when some eminent scientist By 1962 the rocket will be would announce: "A way has at carrying up Air Force satellites last been found to make it pos-and space probes at a rate of isible for people to live 250 to 300 about 35 a year. The rocket has years or even longer." five more high-altitude probes. Frightened at this terrible pros-including a duplicate of Friday's :pect of even more prolonged mo-test early next month, on theipotony, the earth would erupt m docket before getting its first . riot, rebellion and chaos. Some person would push a button and blow up the human world. But in some distant sea a surviving amopha would nlaridlv rii. rockets ever fired here, roared :vjde itself in half-and start the into the sky at 11:02 a.m. EST.iwhole darned business all over Twenty minutes later, the pay-iagain. ioaa was at worK deep in ine heart of a band of high intensity radiation known as the Lower Van Allen Belt. The instruments were destroyed as planned during a blazing plunge through the atmosphere, about 2,000 miles southeast of the Cape. No attempt was made to recover the pieces. crack at an orbit shot in Sep tember. The slender space machine, one of the heaviest solid-fueled HOLDS PATIENT RECORD MEMPHIS. Tenn. - Jeanius Blackburn, 73. figures he holds the world's record for hospital visits as a patient. For 27 years he's made almost daily v;sits to the emergency room at Municipal Hospital for ! treatment of a severe case of as-More than 21 million incorrect-'thma. Sometimes he goes two or ly addressed letters end up an-more times a day. "Guess I've nually in the Post Office Depart- been to the hospital about 10,000 ment's dead letter offices, undertimes." Blackburn says. ''Hope liverabla and unreturnable. l can make it 10.000 more." 1

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