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!T- Red Squirrel* Chewing His Porch Furniture, Man Says · BoMmoat avenue r**i- reported to police Thursday th*i red aquiirels were hi* porch furniture, rc- perrcissdon to shoot the rodents, he cot a lot of action for awhile but ultimately ended up with a delay. . Police promiied to let him know. They debated whether to send an officer 10 dispatch the destructive squirrels or let the irate resident do the shooting. Regional Game Warden Benjamin F. Phebus, Sr.. said he knea- of no reason why the squirrels should be protected. Officers knew that the law for- bics discharge of firearms in the rity limits. Then thfy thought that they had When Diggs Memorial Pool Was Dedicated In Mullimx Park better consult the City Attorney, but he wasn't immediately available. They tried to locate the Chief of Police without success and contemplating calling Mayor Lloyd C. _ Culler for his opinion and finally ] compromised by calling Aldenoan j William B. Buraii. j It being a new problem for the Alderman, he finally suggested that the police ask the- complainant to wait until today for an official opinion in the matter. When notified to withhold fire until proper authorities could be consulted today, the complaining resident accepted the advice in good grace and announced his intention to keep an all-n;ght vigil if neces- «ary to save the remnants of the porch furniture until the final verdict comes through. JLions Induct New Officers Ckatoa S. Haaiilton was inducted as president of the Frederick Uons Club and a panel of officers for the coming year was installed Thursday at the weekly luncheon meeting in the Francis Scott Key Hotel. Retiring President Paul XL Carmack presided over the first portion of the meeting. He expressed appreciation to members for their cooperation and help in the year of his administration, anc then presented Rev. W. C. Royal who inducted the new officers. In addition to Mr. Hamilton, they are: Richard Zimmerman, first vice- president; Alvey Renn. second vice- president; Charles Magaha. third vice-president; Herman Gubisch. secretary-treasurer; F. W. Sheip. tail twister; George C. Slagle, Lion tamer; John W. Morgan, newly elected to the board of directors, ·with Donald Davis and Ralph W. Boyer as hold-over members. Mrs. Roosevelt Not : Running For Anything : Hyde Park. N V . July I t!f f -Mrs. Frank! in D Roosevelt said today through a spokesman that she has " no intention of running for public office at any ;«rr.e whatso- S ever" \ The statement was issued by i Miss Malvina Thompson, secretary | to Mrs Roosevelt, when she was! asked for comment on President j Truman's declaration that Mrs. j Roosevelt would be acceptable as j . a running mate en the Democratic; ticket. j Miss Thompson said Mrs. Roose- | velt was absent visiting friends j j but had authorized ihis statement: j I "Mrs Roosevelt says she has no , intention of running for public of- ; i fies at any time whatsoever." HOWARD A. GROSS New filling Elation and itor*. MB» ant* 9 room new motors brick dwelling cituated on main highway. 10 toile* from Frederick. Fine opportunity for food tourivt buiiiMSK.. everything ft*w. Many other lifting*. Tcr particular* M« HOWARD A. CBOSS - -B*Utoc- * Court St. RKM» It? Fraderidc. Ma HUBERT P. BURDETTE 212 acres near Bit. Airy, 7 room frazi* dwelling witb bath, eJec- water system. furnace. converted dairy bam with 13 stanciuons. granary and other outbldgs. Eariy poss. S16.00O- 8 room frame dwellicx on state j highway with l : j acres of land. elec. j water fystezo. bath, furnace, a aaodem j house in good location. 35 miles from « Baltimore. 12 froza Frederick. Isnmed- \ jate possession. 57,900- H. P. BCRDETTE SOX, Mt. Airy. Sid. Ph. 123 Emmitsburg --Patricia Wivell. Photos by Frank Keefer at the dedicatory serv-' seen the guests of honor and city; J. Sidney King. Dr. Joseph D. B. j him for his half-cemurv of service ; William R. Diggs swim- officials. Former President of the .'King. John T. King. III. Rev. E. E. to the Baker family." The man Scenes ices of the ming pool on Tuesday evening in the week at the Mrs. Louis Topper. ! The ( ^ Mullinix Park are pictured above. Cain is delivering the main address. Those on the platform include Mayor and Mrs. Lloyd C. Culler. Rev. and Mrs. Wm. C. Royal. Mr. and St. ! dred P^sons who assembled for the j Mr*. Baker. Joseph Baker. III. Mr. ture shows a portion of ^ and £ ur hun . Board of Aldermen Russell H. Me-; Williams. Robert Weedon, and Wil-! for whom the pool was named is plishments of the and urged their successors to maintain the high level of service. As a pledge of the club's support to the group leaders. Mr. Royal called upon John Shorrow to sing "End Of A Perfect Day." a song the · - . . . , . ~- Mr - and Mrs - Howard Colli- opening. On the speakers stand, and Mrs. McCain. Mr. and Mrs. - - - flower of BaUiRWre visitcd on i in the lower right photograph are | , . ' ; cons Xewman. Charles V7. Stup. ham R. Diggs. now in his 83 In the lower left picture is shown swimming pool William R. Diggs. for whom the pool was given through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes D. year. The opened at new j ones STEWART HOBBS BROWN Your Real*Estate T AttTft Arc S^ltei***? Real btate Boods IBCUTBBC* STEWART HOBBS BROWN 15 North Court St. Phone 1458 NOAH E. CRA.MER SOX CITY HOMES rOR SALE Three story onclc eesldesce. seven rooms, steam furnace bath. T*t car garage South Market Street. Poacec- «ton 60 days Priced J7.00000 Log and brick dwelling. West Fourth Street. Immediate possession ?rSce 52.500 OO. Modem six room dwelling, hard* wood floors, oil heal Jefferson Street. Immediate possession Modem residence. Two apartment* Rockwell Terrace; section. Modem dwelling. West Second Sfeet Desirable building lot fronting 50 ft. on Wilson Avenue Owners desire quick sale Will sacrifice at $950. For further partJniiars. apply. NOAH E CRAMEH SOX Kealtors o'clock on Wednesday afternoon j with about 50 patrons the first day. ] Charges for admission (tax includ- 114 N Court St. Frederick. Mtf. Baker and Dr. and Mrs. John T. ed' have been set at 23 cents for King. Jr.. of Baltimore, honoring \ adults and 14 cents for children. -- nnri and ej and ! Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Redding. Gettysburg. ·Miss Mary Topper, daughte: Clem ! SURPRISE PARTY P. B. ROOP i JURORS DIG DOWN | . . Miss Ruby Ni . c hols was enter- j Baltimore. July 1 f^Px -- After r : tained at a surprise birthday party j hearing Mrs. Matthew Bowling's Q _ f o r s p e n t Mr. and Mrs. Louis Topper, de- j given in her honor by her sister, is spending a week i Miss Ethel Nichols, on Tuesday. ice as happy and rewarding." ·ust 5 has been selected as date for , served as maid of I aid Miller was best man at the 26 of \vill be held at Vindobona and that a Softball game for that evening has been arranged between the Lions team and sons of club mem- Fairfie i d and R obcrt Waynesboro._The wedding took i- , W. C. T. IT. MEETS Feagaville W. C. T. U. held its ' meeting at the home of J A color scheme or pink and green was used. A basket of pink sweetpeas was used as a center- and the gifts were placed i place ai ; Church. Harry Derr, with Mrs. E. C. Renn. j and g 7 een ' extending "fror^ the presiding. The president con- j ket to St. Mary's C a t h o l i c j ducted devotional exercises and i FairSelc. Mrs. Wilhide! Mrs. Harry Howard, director of \ each gift. Many received. lovely Cards were played with prizes , and Miss Rosenstcel are both grad- ! Scientific Temperance arranged j being won bv High Miss H'"'da uates 01 St. Joseph's Catholic High ! the following program. · " *«·-"» "--a* Guests included William -B. Bennett, Jr., and Joseph AIDE TO FLACK Baltimore. July 1 («")--Appoint- ment of Dr. Carl N. Everstine to be assistant director of the State Department- of Legislative Reference was anounced today by Dr. Horace E. Flack, head of the department Dr. Everstine has been associated with the department for the last seven years. He is a member of the Baltimore Bar. and a graduate of the University of Maryland. He was awarded a Ph.D degree in political science by Johns Hopkins University in 1938. He is 38 and a native of Cumberland. ! f£s Emmitsbur E- I94 j H a l l r : low. Miss Margaret Mye-s the class of | Readings were given by Mrs. ! and draw. Miss Helen Daugherty. Renn. Mrs. Harrv- Castle. Mrs. Le Delicious refreshments were serv- 1 fr" T J l °f e »/ r0m Emtnitsbur 8 who! Roy 'riorine, and Mrs.' Howard, i ed. j attended the wedding on Saturday. | Mrs. »err gave a talk on "The W. j Invited guests were: Misses Jean -6 of Agnes Mae Eckearode. j c. T. U. of Florida " Group sing- i Fogle. Lois Thomas. of Mr. and Mrs. Edward I i n g and the Union's benediction. ] Myers. Ann Renn, Helen Daugh- Hanover and Earl j closed the meeting. erty. Hilda Haller. Alta Ice. Mary of McSherrystown, A family supper is planned by j Yingling. Helen Schwartz, Betty es Arnold and son j the Union for August. Next session ! Schwartz. Laura Green. Edna RT ,, ,r ' W - Ecken -! of the group will be held July 27, ' Mercer. Mrs. Paul I. Smith and '^ran" T A ^ f ' Carles Cine-i 2 p . m . e st. at the home of Mrs 'Mrs. Albert Nichols. ,gran Leota. Adele. Mary Teresa AuVin Renn · "-" Vincent Topper. The wedding troubles, the grand jury today voted a presentment charging her husband. a 30-year-old automobile mechanic, with desertion and non-support. Then the jurors took up a collection among thmselves and gave j Mrs. Bowling $34 to help support 1 acre land. 6-room and basement ; frame house, electric, good well \va- j ter at the door, nice front, side and "~"~-~'--~------·~~~~~~~~-- -- | back porches, garage and ' shop. 2 Do not hesitate to consult this of- ' chicken houses, brooder house, all HAROLD U. FRUSHOUR fire on Fire. Automobile. Cotr.pen»- SSS 3r ,S?'SS?^? 1 . tion or any other Insurance matters HAHOLD O FRUSBOUR 28 Wen Patrick St. Phone 1155 Frederick, aid . _ ^ _ . herself and two children. 9 and 6 j PE.OPLES FINANCE CO. The human eye is composed entirely of water, salts, sugar, fat and albumen. DAVID O. GRIFFIN WIXDSTORM INSURANCE With its terrifying strength, a tor- . nado or violent windstorm can de- Margaret molish your property in a single np- ping twist or howling rush. You can't stop the wind--but you can obtain low-cost protection against its disastrous effects- Ask us about it today. Could You Ose . $3000 -- S15000 -- $250.00 or more in cash to help meet the expenses which usually arise at thjs time of year? If so. we cordially invite "vou to ^s cept this invitation to call on as. £01 the money you need- metal roofs. lawn and concrete walks, garden and truck patch. Along Route 26. at Unionville. Poss. soon. 56.300. 4 room and basement frame house. electric, garage, stable, chicken and hog house, with good metal roots, in ! good repair. 1 acre land for truck 'patch and garden. Good spring water. Along hard road, near Alexander's MilL $2.500.00. Poss. 30 'days. P. B. HOOP Phone 86-J New Windsor. Md- DAVID O. GRIFFIN INSURANCE 27 N Court St. Phone 600 PEOPUES tE-TAXCB CO. 11 North Court St. (A home 5»all Loan Co.) G- H. MERCER SONS R. L. ZENTZ- Attractive 5-rm. stone bungalow. hard rd. near Taneytown, electric, au- i tocsatic water system, bathrm. commode and lavatory, very good condition. about acre land. A good rental investment Being offered at only S3.350 for immediate sale. Quick possession. rtl T e- -r ---- *"*-e ? K P l3Ce 3l St - Vjacenfs Cath- R. t,. ZENTZ Strout Realty RECORD SETTLEMENT °" c ^^ch at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Sla- Reno, Nev.. July 1 (.7^-A divorce . ** tKe granadaughter of Mr. f settlement of $3.500.000-- probably s " A " " · Eck enrode. Center i the largest in Reno divorce his- ' I tory -- is reported to have been ASSESSORS GRADUATE PniiiMrp p»rt TITH- i ij* CoUege Park. jul 1 i.¥) -Ninety-five Maryland assessing officers are prepared today to start putting science into property ap- _ _ ' . ~~TMf s - Gertrude Peters a n d Daughters. Mrs. Fred Wolfe and I - vlary Teresa and Barbara Peters j returned June 26 from a two weeks visit with Mr. ar.d Mrs. Sterling Peters. Baton Rouep T · . Tney were awarded certificates signttTing ^at they have complet- ea the four-day ouildsng appraisal course at the University of Mary- Text for the course was a manual authored by Wilton T. Alien, jupervisor of assessments in Mont- Soinery county. It was designed :o take the guess work out of ap- sraisaL The use of wood for the making f paper pulp was perfected in in 1840. made on the wife of a New York ' banker. The woman. Mrs. Evelyn Leh- . man. is the wife of Allan S. Lehman, member of a New York ,, _ . .banking firm and the nephew of V "·'""_ and Mrs - George Sprigg. I New York's former governor, Her' ,'' e , r t ?q ua re. are receiving con- J bert Lehman. i gratulations on the birth of a ' I daughter on Sunday. June 27 at | the Annie M. Warner hospital. i --Mrs. George Riggs was admit- I .ed Monday as a patient at the j Annie M. Warner hospital after! ; suffering a heart attack at her' i home on Friday. j · --Gertrude Rosensteel. daughter i 'of Mrs. Allen C. Rosensteel h a d 1 the misfortune of stepping on a I i nail at her home on Sunday eve-' ·rung She received treatment at , the Annie M Warner hospital and i s ater ^i eturned to her home. j i --^ Irs - R °y Snouffer and sons ' , returned to her home in Baltimore , , on June 26 after spending some- 1 tune with Mr. ar.d Mrs Guy A. Top Soil and Flagstones BLUE RIDGE BUILDING SAND AND STONE SUPPLY Stones for Roads and Driveways ALSO FILL DIRT FOR SALE CHARLES MARINO Care Rose Tavern. Phone 1614-J Dump Tracks for Hire F. H. S. ALUMNI ASSI. Inc. BAXQUET CANCELLED Due to lacK of interest by Alumni members as shown by the very small number of tickets sold. Money will be refunded at T. M. C. A. WILJL BE AS SCHEDULE® ADL Sl.OO TAX IKCL. Election of Officers BIDDIE BANTERS BY ; IVlARYLA^O HATCHERY gaSE96ffOP.G?a5.1T5 MOT FIVE AMYtl Watches Diamonds Jewelry and Silverware Doll's Jewelry Store 9 SOUTH MARKET ST. FREDERICK. MD. Concrete and Cinder Blocks Crushed Stone "Free State" Masonry Mortar Transit-Mix Concrete M. J. Grove Lime Co, TELEPHONE FREDERICK 2000 Taneytown. Md- Ph. 158-J HARRY E.MOHLER ! poss. i 4 room modern bungalow, steam , heat, immediate possession. i ,,.** room modem bncfc dwelling on ! AuiiLary Road, hardwood floor, cement ; basement. laundrv tubs, steam heat ' V n^ s } oke f- garage, extra Jot with oO ft. frontage. S13300. i 6 room modern dwelling 719 £ ! 3 4-room modern bungalows, steam j Potomac St. Brunswick. Md. limned" '· neat - h. w fioors. Immediate pos. ' ~ 8 room modem apartment house. 4 rooms and bath on each floor, h. w fioors. steam heat, concrete basement Quick pos. 6 room brick semi-bungalow, h. w fioors. garage, steam heat. Jf. West section. Quick pos. 4 room bungalow, in A-I condition, outbuildings, various fruits, about lYx acres of land, hard road, about 3 miles from Frederick. Must be seen to be appreciated. Priced to selL I have other city and county properties and building lots. HARHY E MOHtER Real Estate , _ 6 room modem brick dtvelling a. -w , aoors. oil heat cement basement, im; mediate possession. · 33 acres along macadam road 4 miles I west or Frederick improved with 6 room dwelling GRAVSOX H. 1IEHCER SONS Real Estate Loans Pythian Castle Bldg. Insurance Phorte 53T RALPH W. BOYER . ,_-^_ ' Modem brick dwelling on Military - Cl Close to entrance to Canra and near city bus. 5 rooms and bath first 2oor. 3 rooms and bath apt. 2nd floor with private entrance. Annual income from apt S500 A. -^ew privately built home and good iaves*- 113 East Third Street Phone 2074 MURRAY C. BOHN 155-A. 9-room brick house, electric system, modernized bank bam. 30 stanchions and cuos. neir block St,! dairy, never failing water, all bldgs. 'in fair repair, mostly metal roof, land very productive, tractor farmed. Poss. this fall. 3 miles from Union Bridge. ! ,i mile mostly stoned drive to State road. Quick sale. SI6.500. S Market St. and E 2nd Street. Building lots for dwellings or commercial buildings, well located. RALPH W BOVSR BOYER ECSTjRAXCE AGENCY Frederick Reprcseatati\-e For Murray c. Soh;; Xo. I X Court St. Tele. 2214 meadow. 2nd grade dairy. 12 A. wheat. | 8-9 A com. 2 A sweet com. 14 A_ good -- . grass for hay. 2 A tomatoes, all above I for S7 300 owing to bad health and ?* OTICES i w l U -~ e immediate poss to handle crops, house later ia sanimer. MURRAY C. BOHX Real Estate Phone Gnioa Bridge, lid-. 9-J 53-A. 6-room frame house, electric, well water at house and bam. also cistern at barn, all bldgs in fair repair, nietal roof, some ·woodland, good _ XO. 16433 EQUITY Ig? CIRCUIT COuHT FOR FHED- iRiCK COUTvTY. ilAHYLAXD EC EQUTTY Corothy Howard Green vs. N'atftan A. Green. The a t. Xalhan j Green, from the Defendant A. Green. , J^'S,-?, 1 ! 1 - ^? les i? jubstance that i pel. that until when DELBERT S- NULL DSL3ERT S. ^ Desirable citv dwelling. 6 rooms and "' ~ heat Beatz building Price S1.700, POULTS ROUNDWORMS BABY CHICKS Top Quality CHICKS Will be needed this year to meet increased production costs. Prc- ficcing Good Chicks is Our Business Maryland-D S Approved PaUorara Passed Hatchery TURKEY POULTS Broad breasted Bronze and White Holland Write for Catalogue and Latest Pi ices. __ PURINA TURKEY STARTEN A Ever? y»er mor* loccl turjc^j- Srowars ore stcrting poult* on. Purina Tiirkey Stcitencu They say it holps keep los»es down. It .rnakes poults z*ally grow those vital early weeks. And it takes only 4 pounds per poult to do the job. Azk for Purina Stcrtena. MIX PURINA CHEK-K-TON IN THE Treat oil pul!«i* at 10toI2we«k3--one? cgoin ett housing time, if necessary. Ch«ic-R-Ton gcis up to 93.655 of th» large round- woimj--with no shock to the bird*. St* us for Ch«k-R-Toru CHICK HATCHERY RAMSBURG FERTILIZER CO. South Carroll St. Phone 14S FiXE--WE t'Af.£ fT This superlative brick home ·will take vour eve from any angle Located on bis corner lot. beautiful both front and rear with valuable boxwood and other -well-arranged shrubbery. Built when the qualities -were the finest and the be*t -was demanded Features include streamlined kitchen with cabinet pantrv and hrkft- nook, powder rm.. -ua parlor. 7 very large rms.. study with French doors, every one of the 4 bedrooms has large closet space Of course, it has all the fine feature* such as F. O. heat. H. W. floors, insulation, fitted screens, etc., to make for comfortable living Arrangements for financing. X E D §. Z E I L E R 102 North Court St. REAL ESTATE Frederick, Md. AXD INSURANCE harsn. cruel and inhunian trestn-.ent of the Defendant, her husband, vras .prced to leave the said Defendant c^.a,. the separation hss continued u-- i expecta- DEL3EHT S. XT3U. Auctioneer Heal Estate Insurance 26 W. Patrick St. Phone 1155 CHEV. SALES. INC ., . fck ryiajjd. \vnose last knou-n address s 2243 TVe!fth Place. N. VT_ WaS . . _ :ngton D. C The Bill prays that It is thereupon this 10th dav of Jane :!KS by the C:rcu:t Couri for Frederick Cour.tv jetting as a Coart HERS ARE SOME GOOD TRUCKS. 1947 Ford I : 2 ton stake trucfc. Excellent condition throughout. Low mileage. 194S Ford l'~ ton chassis and cab Jxvw mileage, good tares- Low price. ----- ._ ,, copy of the same to be published 'n so ~f 2 exis ? 3 P £r published in Fred- encs County, or.ce a weefc for four successive weeks prior » the 10th dition I93S Chevrolet 1-r ton chassis and cab. If you need a good truck at a lo-w pnce. tMs is it. . person or by solicitor, on or before the 26th day ot July. 194S and show cause. if any he has. u-hy a decree should not be passed as prayed. ELLIS C. WACHTER, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Frederick County, Edward D. Storm Solicitor for Complainant Filed June 10 1948 True Copy Test- SLLIS C. WACHTER. Clerk. dJe 11 IS 25-JTv- 2-0 ger, body and chassis in good condition Let Key Care For Your Car- KEY CHEVROLET SALES, INC. j 106 East Patrick St. Phone 707 MEDFORD GROCERY CO. STORE CLOSED MONDAY, JULY 5' Store Hows Every Week Day fro* 8 to 6 Soy Beans for seed Lawn Mowers ,,. Power Mowers Garden Plow Hay Rope 3 4 Prong Forks Hay Track Trolley . $22.00 M E A T S Froai Quarter Jb. 45c Hind Quarter Jb. 50c Fresh Ground Beef Jb. Steak i b . 65,. Chip Beef Jb. $H5 Lebanon Bologna ..! lb. 69c Salmon can tSc Fruit Juice 3 No. 2 Cans 25c Tuna Fish--Grated 4le Oil Tanks--275, 550 and 1.000 gallons. Ask for our price oe- fore you inttgii E!ec. Cow Clippers $29.50 Hail Boxes $2.3* 10 GaL Milk Cans $?.« Metal Hog Troughs $2.50 Household Scales ._. _ $239 Hudson and Ney Stalls and Stanchions Tractor Tire Chains Tires-Tires-Tires Mineral Oil ..._ gaL Autcsiatic Electric Iron ....$9.98 Table OU Cloth yd. S9c Plaster"..., _...._,..... bag $1^5 Pure Cane Stock Molasses Galv. Wash Boilers .52.38 Underwear for the family. Galvanized Tubs $u Champion Spark Plugs, 59c Steel Window Sash $3.98 up 8x10 Window Glass doz. 79c Devoe Raynolds P A I N T S Pressure Cookers .$12.9$ . .38 -*, 59c Poultry Dairy Feeds · c Wolverine Gloves. pr. $1.39 LO-B4X Dairy Powder, jar $1.20 Aluminum Roofing. sq. $14.75 Galvanized Buckets 4 Self-opening Garage Door Hardware 4 ar-d 6 Light Window Sash Ditching Dynamite. Get permit from County Agent to purchase. Electric Drills _____ $3.93 Hp Boys" Overalls ^9$. 2 Gals. Motor Oil 7jc Wall Paper--we have rnachin* to trim it for you. « Shoes for the Family Wheelbarrows S7.45 and up Korum Toxite Poultry Remedies Belting for Farm Machinery Ne\» Work Shirts $1.35 Coveralls pajy 5^93 Cnirken Size Chrome Skillets o 5c to SL1 g| larpaulins. all sizes, S4.98 to $23 Jlilk Can Lifter 59.98 Coarse Salt . .. .$1.40 hundred E elt Base Rugs S3.69 and up Barker's Poultry Remedies and Stock Powders B«m er and Hudson Poultry Equipment Electric Fencers S8.50 up Finv. Salt 25 IDS. 40c Shove's $1.59 Children's Cotton Slips _..69c Rcotag _ J0 u SL98 Axes S2ifl Metal Kitchen Stools S2 98. S5 98 Ovstez Shells, per 100 Ibs. Sl-OOl Chilarens Cnairs ...^8c to $2.70 Ga'v Culvert Pipe jft $1.49 Block Stock Salt ,, 59» Plenty Free Parking Space THE MEDFORD' GROCERY CO. INC MEDFORD, ' . CARROLL COtJXTT, MARYLAND ROAD KO. 31 On Western Maryland R, K. I

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