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JANUARY 17, 1950 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Candidates Page 1. irtI W. Eepet, Springfield; George £ Drach, SfWrtftgfleld; Harry E. Eletsoft, Stfrlngfield. 47th: Dem.^James O. Monroe, CollinsvUle. Rep.—Milton Mueller «> Highland. 29th: Dem.—James W. Gray, East St. Louis. Rep.— John T. Thomas (x) Belleville. 5lst: Dem.—None. Rep.—Arthur Van ttooser (x) Metropolis; W O. Verhlnes, Vienna; Cletis Cummins, Metropolis. Representatives In General Assembly gth District: Dem.—Thomas A. Botgef (X), McHenry; Raymond j Kelley, Muntley; George M, Maypole, Lake Villa. Rep.—Nick Keller (X) Waukegan; Harvey Pearson (X) Waukegan; Robert McClery, Lake Bluff; A. B. Me- Connell, Woodstock. 10th: Dem.—Edward C. (Ted) Hunter (X) Rockford; Joseph Barbagallo,. Rockford. Rep.—Dav Id Hunter Jr., (X), Mabel E. Green (X) Rockford. 12th: Dem.—John K. Morris (X) Chadwlck. Rep.—Franklin U. Stransky (X) Savanna; Marvin F. Burt (X) Freeport. 14th: Dem.—Leon M. Schuler (X) Aurora. Rep.—Maud N. Peffers (X) Aurora; J. Lisle Laufer (X) Hampshire; Russell E. Kalk, Elgin. 16th: Dem.—James P. Lannon (X) Saunemln. Rep.—Rollie C. Carpenter (X) Ancona; V. A. Lind- qutst, Pontiac; W. Dean McCully, Mlnonk. 18th: Dem.—James D. Carrigan (X) Peorla; John M. McCarthy jr., Peorla. Rep. Leo D. Crowley, Peoria; August C. Grebe (X) Pe- orla; Robert L. Burhans (X) Peoria. v 20th: Dem,—Samuel H. Shapiro (X) Kankakee. Rep.—Harry L. Topping (X) Kankakee; Sites D. Kamp (X) Watseka. 22nd: Dem.—W. O. Edwards (X) Danville. Rep.—M. R. (Bob) Walker (X) Danville; John P. Meyer (X) Danville. 24th: Dem.—Tom M. Carman, Urbana. Rep.—Charles - W. Clabaugh (X) Champaign; Ora D. Dillavou (X) Urbana. 26th: Dem.—Edward T. Kane (X) Bloomington; Arthur Armbruster, Bloomington. Rep.—Homer Caton (X) Stanford; Ben S. Rhodes (X) Normal. 28ttt: Dem.—Felix E. Wilson (X) Clinton; Paul H. Ferguson (X) Decatur. Rep*.—Barrett F. Rogers (X) Atlanta; Webber Borchers, Decatur; George M. Underbill, Mt. Pulaski. 30th: Dem.—C. R. (Butch) Ratcliffe (X) Beardstown. Rep.—Robert H. Allison (X) Pekin; William G. Burnsmier, Mason City; George B. Wiemer, San Jose; Edward C. Giebelhausen, East Peoria. 32nd: Dem.— John B. Monroe (X) Macomb. Rep.—Rollo R. Robbins (X) Augusta; Sam Schaumleffel (X) Monmouth. 33rd: Dem.—None. Rep.—Clinton Searle (X) Rock Island; Hazel A. McCaskrin (X) Rock Island. 34th: Dem.—None. Rep.—John W. Lewis jr., (X) Marshall: W. Henry Waltrip (X) Tuscola. 35th: Dem.—None. Rep.—George S. Brydia (X) Prophetstown; Charles K. Willett (X) Dixon. 35th: Dem,—W. Roy Donohoo (X) Pittsfield; William F. Gibbs (X) Quincy. Rep.—William J. Thornton (X) Nebo; H. B. Ihnen, La Prairie. 37th: Dem.—Tobias (Toby) Barry sr., Ladd; Campbell Andrews, Kewanee. Rep.—Joseph D. Carey jr., Seatonville; N. Edwin Nordstrom, Tiskilwa; Leo Coleman, Tiskilwa. 38th: Dem.—Charles Ed Schaefer (X) Nokomis; Delbert O. Shade (X) Roodhouse; William Lyons, Gillespie. Rep.—William • (Bill) Robinson (X) Carlinville; Ed Fellis, Hillsboro. 39th: Dem.—Joseph P. Strem- lau (X) Mendota. Rep.—J. Ward Smith (X) Ottawa; Carl W. Soderstrom, Streator; Terrence S. Martin, LaSalle; Elmer E. Armstrong, Ottawa. 40th: Dem.—Clyde A. Roberts (X) Vandalia; Carl H. Preihs, Panai Sam S. Lorton (X) Cowden. Rep.—Clifford C. Hunter (X) Taylorville; Will P. Welker, Vandalia. 41st: Dem.—J. Harold Downey (X) Joliet. Rep.—Warren L. Wood • (X) Plalnfield; Faye Bramer, Wheaton; W. W. Shaw, Glen Ellyn; Walter B. Carroll, West Mont; John M. King, Wheaton. 42nd: Dem.—Paul Taylor (X) Efflngham. Rep. R. J. Branson (X) Centraiia. 43rd: Dem. — A. W. Ray (X) Avon. Rep.—Reed F. Cutler (X) Lewistown; Kenneth J. Peel (X) Galesburg. 44th: Dem. — A. A. (Boots) Brands (X) Prairie Du Rocher; Dean R. Hammack, Pinckneyville; J. R. Rankin, Sparta; Dr. S. S. Marshall, Tamoroa. Rep.— W. J. McDonald (X) Murphysboro; Dr. Thomas J. Thornton (X) Chester. 45th: Dem.—T. J. Sullivan (X) Springfield. Rep. — Hugh Green (X) Jacksonville; G. William Horsley (X) Springfield. 46th: Dem.—Clyde Lee (X) Mt. Vernon. Rep.—Claude D. Travers (X) Olney; Frank H. Walker, Mt. Vernon. 47th: Dem. — Ijpyt (Curley) Harris (X) Granite City; '.-eland J. Kennedy (X) Alton. Rep.—Orville E. Hodge (X) Granite City. 48th: Dem.—James P. Alexander (X) Lawrence ville; Paul A. Ziegler, Carmi. Rep.—Herschel S. Green (X) West York; W. B. Brown, Mt. Car me). 49th: Dem.—Frank Holten (X) East St.'LouU; Alan J. (AD Dixon, Belleville. Rep.—Theodore (Ted) Kramer, East St. Louis; W. F. (Bill) Homer, East St. Louis; Joseph W. Langmeyer sr., Lenaburg; L. D. (Dave) Mantle, Belleville; Henry W. Nieman, Belleville. 50th: Dem^Clyde L. Choate (X) Anna; Qra M. Collard (X) Herrln. Rep.—Harry W. McClintock (X) West Frankfort; Homer Butler, Marlon. • 51st: Dem.—Paul Powell (X) Vienna. Rep.—W. B. Westbrook (X) Harrisburg; Gordon E. Kerr, Brookport. State Central Cainniitlevniuii 13U» District! Dem. Richard D. Stuck (x> Zioa. Rep.-WlUiam M. Mark* <x> Lake Villa. 14tk| Dem.—John F. Petit (x> Elgla. Rap. - Lloyd W. Ziegler, Elglii; J»«meB L. Dacheros, St. BRITISH SLOOP AIDS FLYING ARROW-The British sloop Black Swan is alongside the American freighter Flying Arrow off the mouth of the Yangtze while its crewmen assist the Americans in fighting fires caused from shells fired into the Flying Arrow by a Chinese Nationatet'warship on (an. 9. The American ship was attempting to run the Nationalist blockade with a cargo for Communist held Shanghai—AP Wirephoto via radio from Manila. Upper Alton Taken to Barnes Hospital R. V. Stahl, 3202 College, was taken to Barnes Hospital this noon by ambulance and is, to undergo examination. He has been a patient at Memorial Hospital since sustaining a stroke a week ago. CliiKs Meet. Friday The Golden Rule Class of College Avenue Presbyterian Church will meet Friday evening, at the home of Mrs. Elvis Fitzhugh, 613 Soring, newly elected president. Assisting hostesses will be the other officers, Mrs. Fred Mans, vice- president; Mrs. Byron Bivens, secretary; and Mrs. Carl Titchenal, treasurer. Appointed to Area Office Lt. Charles P. Taylor, 3530 Western, has been appointed Cadet Commandant of Southern Illinois, Civil Air Patrol, and in this capic- ity will supervise the cadet program in this section of the state. The appointment was made last week by Lt. Col. Earl Owen of Belleville. In accepting the new office, Lt. Taylor relinquishes the position as Commanding Officer of Squadron 619-7. Earl N. Rudy of Greenwood Drive has been appointed commanding officer. Birthday Observed The eleventh birthday anniversary of Linda Nevitt was marked at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nevitt, 269 Herbert, Sunday afternoon. Rainbow colors were used in favors and In party appointments and the • same colors were used in balloons suspended from the ceilings. Games were played and prizes v/ere given to Steffi Meszaros, Betty Jean Grizzle, Roger Mathus, David Byrnes, Norma Hessenauer, Linda Wetzel, John Boland, Jimmy Fisher and Carolyn Miller. Others attending were Patty Moriaty, Suzanne Boland, Mike Boland, Barbara Jean Staub, Sally Rowan, Darlene Van Hoy, Chuckle Nevitt and Tommy Nevitt. Charles Nevitt, transferred recently by the Standard Oil Co., at Wood River to Whiting, Ind., was home for the weekend. He is selling his property here and will Thrifty and fun 783 \NUL Charles; George .R. Perrine (x) Aurora. 15th: Dem.—Francis J. Laughran, Joliet; F. Donald Delaney (x) Joliet. Rep.—Gordoa Peace, Ottawa. 16th: Dem.—Walter F. Gilligan, East Dubuque; Edwin W. Barrett (x) Rockford. Rep.—Stanley H. Guyer, Rockford. 17th: Dem.—Dr H. A. Von Ruden (x) Chenoa. Repi—James E. Anderson (x) Eureka. 18th: Dem.—William G. Lyons (x) Peoria. Rep.—William R. Allen (x) Peoria. 19th: Dem.—J. Paul Madjson, Table Grove; Ernest L. Benson, Galva. Rep.—None. 20th: Dem.—Fred A. Cain ("x) Jacksonville. Rep.—Gail B. Ranson (x) Jacksonville. 21st: Dem.—Michael P. Seyfrit (x) Carlin'ville; Emil C. Davis, Bulpitt. Rep.—Carlos W. Campbell (x) Springfield. 22nd: Dem.—Fred M. Whitten (x), Decatur. Rep.—P. E. Fonner (x) Defend; Ben Shafter, Decatur; M. C. Jones, Tuscola. 23rd: Dem.—John R. Asher (x) Paris. Rep,—Robert R, Bookwalter, Danville; Harry McMullen (x) Danville. 24th: Dem.—Bill L. Ghent (x) Harrisburg. Rep.—John W. Spence (x) Geff. 25th: Dem.—Leo J. Dougherty (x) East St. Louis; James Joseph O'Brien, East St. Louis. Rep.— Martin H. Fischer, Belleville. 26th: Dem. L. Oard Sitter, Anna. Rep.—Conrad F. Becker, (x) Red Bud. Appellate Court Clerk 2nd District: Dem.—None. Rep. —Paul V. Wunder, Joliet; Justus L, Johnson, Aurora. 3rd: Dem.—None. Rep.—Robert L. Conn, Springfield; Bernard W. Smith, Lewlstown. . 4th: Dem.—David F. Mallett, Belleville; William E. Barry, Chester. Rep.—Stlllman J. Stanard, Jarbondale; James S. Pritchard, Benton; Theodore H. (Ted) Croessmann, Duquoln. move the family to Whiting as soon as living quarters are available. To Attend Cochran Funeral A delegation from Brown Street Baptist Church will go to Green field this evening to call on mem bers of the family of Curt Cochran, who died yesterday at Our Saviour's Hospital, Jacksonville. They will leave at 5:30 this evening. Others will attend funeral rites tomorrow at the Baptist Church. A son, Lynn Cochran, 3709 Berkeley, has been attending the father and he and Mrs. Cochran drove to Greenfield this morning. Mrs. Cochran returned to Alton this evening and will accompany other members of the family there tomorrow. Relatives who will be at the service are Mr. and Mrs. Cody Cochran, 1209 Willard, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen, 927 Easton; Marvin Peterson, 3417 College, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peterson. The Rev. A. G. Annette of Brown Street Baptist Church will conduct the service. . Taken to Sanatorium Harry Gerner, 1824 Washington, lias been moved from Barnes Hospital, where he has been a patient for a month, to Madison County Sanatorium. Mrs. Kenneth Tate of Clarksburg, W. Va., arrived by plane Sunday to spend two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Gerner. Annual Congregational Meeting The annual congregational meeting of Brown Street Baptist Church ' will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30, the meeting having, been postponed from a week ago until the return of the pastor, the Rev. A. G. Annette, from Mason City, la., where he was preaching at Radio Chapel. Tomorrow's meeting will open at 6 p. m. with a covered dish supper. Other 'activities at the church this week include a resumption of the weekly meetings of Booster Band. The band is the outgrowth of the Sing Club organized last summer and meets weekly on Wednesday at 4 p. m. Thursday, the women of the church will meet for a work day at the church. These will be continued throughout the year. Return Home After Funeral Among those from out of towji, who were here for the funeral service of Danny R. Ayres, 15- month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Ayres, 3719 Coronado, Saturday, are Mrs. Effie Rogers, Farmington, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. James Foster, Peoria; Guy Rod gers, Rockford; Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Landreth, Bethalto; Mr. and Mrs. George Rogers, Douglas Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weese of Brighton; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ayres, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ayres of Jerseyville; and Richard McCoy of Rosedale. Some returned home Saturday, others Sunday. Third Attempt Succeeds Randall Fichtel of Carbondale had his heart set on visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Fichtel, 3028 Mayfield, Sunday, but he made two unsuccessful attempts to _ , Picture-bib sunsults are very special for the small fry 1 . You'll be popular, Mother, when you make these. Easy sewing, embroidery! LESS than ONE yard for each sunsuit! Pattern 783; transfer; pattern pieces sizes 1, 2, 3, 4. Laura Wheeler's improved pattern makes needlework so simple with its charts, photos and con else directions. Send 20 cenj« in coins for this pattern to Alton Telegraph, 66, Needlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N.. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME, and ADDRESS. Here's good news! Send 15 cents more for your fascinating Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book —today! 104 illustrations of your -favorite needle-hobbies—the choicest designs and the most concise patterns available. Beginner easy designs, and ideas worthy of an expert's attention. A Free needlework pattern printed in the book. reach Alton before he finally succeeded on Monday. Attempting to come through Murphysboro, he found the road closed over the Big Muddy River. Retracting his route, he tried to drive over Route 51. This he found closed also. Yesterday, he reached Alton by making a 20 mile detour; stayed two hours with his parents and left. Sweetheart Social Sweethearts, who in cases of married members, will be wives, are to be entertained Jan. 24 by the Men's Council of Upper Alton Baptist Church. The gathering will bs held in the vestry about the fireplace and there will be pictures for entertainment, one of which revolves about Cupid and a romance. Told Story of Rickenbacker Raft Lt..James C. Whittaker, one of a group of men who found themselves on a raft in the Pacific after their plane had been forced down, told his story Sunday in Memorial Chapel, Western Military Academy, oefore a gathering of cadet corps, parents and other visitors on the campus. The group included Eddie Rickenbacker, World War I flying ace. The story, "We Thought We Heard the Angels Sing," is not of the war but of experiences on the raft and experiences that grew from that time. It has been dramatized in the movies, been syndicated in the newspapers and is still one of the best sellers. Another recent program at West 1 ern Military Academy that will be of interest to Altonians is the one given by John Hunter, '45. Hunter was an athlete while at Western but later was graduated in voice from the University of Alabama and is continuing work for his master's degree at Columbia University, N. Y. His program at. Western included classical selections as well as several popular numbers Mrs. R. L. Jackson was his accompanist. WCTU Meets Thursday Another meeting 4or Thursday has been planned by the Upper Alton WCTU to take the place of the one that was to have been held in December. At that time the great majority of the members were ill so the meeting was cancelled. The Thursday session will be held at the Upper Alton Baptist Church *t 2 p. m. In Cuban Water* Delmar Walklngton, ET3, who recently left Alton for the east,.has written his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Walkington, 3414 California, that he has started a cruise aboard the Robert A. Owens to Cuban waters. The ship left Boston Jan. 4 and will be at Norfolk from Jan. 26 to Feb. 4. Note* Pfc. J. L. Martin and Pfc Richard Sullivan of Scott Air Base were guests Sunday at the Glenn Walklngton home, 3414 California. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Henderson, 3207 Come-In Place, their daughter, Ethel, and grandson, Larry, and Ray Voyles of Meadowbrook, were guests Sunday at a party held at the home of Harry W. Henderson, East Alton. The party was in observance of his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Metvtn Balsoh, 3119 Brown, Miss Dolores Batson and Edward Murphy attended the formal observance of the twenty- fifth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Thomas, University City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carter of Seminary Road, were also guests at the celebration. Dr. and Mrs. Ray G. Ward, 2300 Sanford, are home from Chicago where they spent the weekend. Mr. and Mr;;. Laren Largenl of ! Greenvillfi were weekend guests ! of their son-in-law and daughter, ' Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore, Bost- | wick street. Sunday, they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Riley, ! 2309 Crawford, Mrs. Riley being an aunt of Mr. Largcnt. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whyte, Fow- hatan street, and Miss Dixie Hill, 2516 Washington, returned yesterday from Eldorado where they spent several days with a sister, Mrs. George Griffin. Mr. and .Mrs. James J. Ward, 2741 Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn C. Ward of Bethalto, and children, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo L. Ward at Walkerville, where the youngest child in a family of seven is critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. McGlather Harris of 2210 Salu marked the 23rd anniversary of their wedding, Sunday. Tfieir son, Tommy Lee, observed his third birthday Jan. 12. Tragedy Given AtTheaterMeeting Alton Little Theater held its regular monthly meeting at the Young Men's Christian Association ast night. The business session was conducted under the directon of ;he president, Mrs. Harry Heil. Plans concerning the forthcoming jroduction of "An Inspector Calls" were discussed. Cast for the play District Governor Here to Plan Rotary Conference Induct* 4 Does a Good Job ,vas announced and committees were appointed. Rehearsals are under way under the direction of Miss Dorothy Colonius. After the 'usual business the meeting was turned over to Mrs. M. L. Graham, program chairman. Mrs. Graham had arranged for a one act play, written and produced by Lockwood Wiley, a Little Theater member. "The Dragon "Boat", while being a 'Chinese tragedy, was presented in the old Chinese interpretation of the drama and thereby made into a delightful comedy-fantasy. It was given in amphitheater style, with Chinese costumes and props. Colored spotlights added to the effect. Cast Are you going through the functional 'middle age' period peculiar to women 138 to Mynfil DoeathU malt* you suffer from hot 0whw, feel to *«rv« Sw, hlgb-itrung. tired? Then to try tjS'ia i Ptnkhsm'* Vegetable Compound to r«««ve «uch symptoms. Mnkbam'a Compound *4ao has what Doctors o»ll a itomaoblo tonic effect! uiM.LnNiuim8.ra of Head (bid PUf A FEW ' r OIOTS IN IACH NOSTHL Relief from head cold stuffiness starts y instantly! You can -^ breathe again! TH( MIMtHT you put • few Vlckt Va-tro-nol Nose Drops in each nostril, you can actually feel your cold-stuffed nose open Up in seconds/ •EDIT CMIS II Mil because? Vicks Va-tro-nol works right where stuffy troublt is! It relieves sniffly, sneezy distress... opens up cold- clogged nose .,. lets you breathe again) Try HI I C*nbr«*riM •§•**." District Governor Harold W. (Doc) Fitch of Bushnell, present to discuss plans for the May district convention, Inducted four new members, Mofiday night, Into Alton Rotary Club. Honored guests at the meeting were three past district governors: Joe Hlrshinger of Quincy, A. C. Hunt of-Wood River, and E. W. Brown of Alton. > Inducted were Charles R. Free* man, the Rev. Luther O. Brookman, John L. Jehle, and C. Travis Streeper. After Governor the club's meeting, Fitch met with chairmen of the committees arranging for the district convention and officers who will serve the convention, During the club's regular dinner meeting, It heard a discussion by James W. Whitmer, St. Louis, district manager of the Saraha Coal Co., on "Coal." Taking issue with those who would look at. coal mining as a decling industry, he cited the many products made from It, many of them not Involving Its combustible properties. These even Included some plastics. Coal, he stressed, is the 'most basic com- odity in the country." And when, he reminded, the nation's store «f petroleum Is exhausted, coal will still be there from which to make fuels now rnnde of oil. In 1948, he said, United States oonl mines produced enough for 85d trainlonds a day; miners' wages, alone, amounted to $1.5 billions. In 100 years, the output per man among coal miners has been increased five times; the work day cut one-third. Alton, he said he understood from reports of dealers, had about 1.0 days supply of coal available. But he described Arkansas areas, where poverty-stricken residents of the country-side rarely had enough money to buy more than few bushels of coal, and lived in houses "you could see the sunset through.' These 'people, he said, were due for real suffering. At best, he said, the nation had but about. 18 days' supply of coal ! above ground. Queried further, he pointed out An efficiency expert about the house! This apron, with hold-al" pockets, stay-put straps is that and handsome too—with scalloped lower edge, slimming lines! Pattdrn 4608: sizes medium (36, 38), large (40-44), Ex. large (4650). Medium size, 2% yds. 35-in. This pattern, easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Semi 25 cents in coin* for this pattern to ANNE ADAMS, core of Alton Telegraph, 1TJ, Pattern Dept., 248 West 17th St.,' New York 11, N. V. 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Quotldlano declared .today that Turin court action once again violated the pacts that govern relations of the Italian and Vatican states and which, In Article 34, specify that trials concerning annulment, of marriages "are' reserved to the competence of ecclesiastical tribunals." Quotldiano also said that the Vienna court had no authority U rule on the Rosselllnl marriage, which was a church wedding. Under the Lateran pacts, Quottdlane said, the Italian state has recognized the Catholic Church's exclusive competence In judging up* on annulments In such marriages Therefore, said Quotldiano, If a foreign court pronounces annul' ment of such a marriage, It cannol be recognized by an Italian court because the decision was given by a foreign court that has no competence In the case. The Rosselllnl Austrian annulment, meanwhile, was encounter* ing difficulties In Vienna, where the justice minister asked the district court of Eisenstadt to submit all documents and records for review. There was possibility that the decree might be revoked. • I. i n i n.i. ----— ..---• •• Famed Landmark The Twin Buttes are famout landmarks, southeast of Arco, Idaho. One Is of rhylltlc cone and completely surrounded by Snak* liver lava, while the other Is an upraised block of stratified basalt voke the Taft-Hartley Law provisions that would force the UMW to work normally for 80 days, thai period might carry the natlor nearly into spring, at least. in the fantasy were Mai Graham and Bob Rhodes of Alton Little Theater, with Carol McGill and Weldon Bishop, both Wood River High School students. After the program, refreshments were served by Martha Reid and committee. Brightened Up The star, Nova Herculls, In 1934, changed from a star of the 14th magnlture, too faint to be seen by the naked eye, to the 17th 'most luminous star in the heavens, within a few days' times. 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