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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                30.00 MKVIC.I COMCAST lo 7AM t SI 3Q.OO fA Rflin and snow are expected Tuesday night in the mid Rockies, while rain is expected from southeastern Texas and the Gulf coast, northeastward through the mid Mississippi val- ley, the Ohio-Tennessee valleys, the mid Atlantic states and into the Lakes area. -Daily The Weather High lemni'r.ilyn.s I itLirc-s mi Ancho ..69 0.25 -12 26 L. Anqeles 54 Atlanla ...79 55 Miami B2 74 Bismarck 48 35 Min'apolis 66 56 Chicago 74 56 .24 H.Orleans 81 49 Denver ..63 35 New York 51 Dululh 58 50 Phoenix 72 5B Honolulu !17 76 Seat He 18 16 Houston ...BO 71 .93 72 51 C. R. Weather High Monday............... Low overnight.............. Noon Tuesday 2 p.in.................... Precipitation Total for Oclober Normal for October Normal through October Tolal for 1974 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon ..........90% Wind direction and velocity al 2 p.m. S al 15 mph. Sun rises Wednesday, sun sets, Year Ago Today High. 55: low. 42: rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Wednesday Wealher lli-Lii Bismarck ........Slnvrs 53-34 (Continued from Page ilie Nixon Eisenhower, said the NW; Gerald Nagcl, Cenler'sul'8cons had operate Point; Donald Carringlon, gnjMonday night, but "he was too Nixon, who entered the hospi- reluclanlly lasl Wcdnesdy a second time since he re- as President Aug. 9, DEATHS [Air Pressure Test for Piping WATERLOO (Al') An Yarn E. Ushor !PrOpOSed In C. R. Vcrn Klwiwd Usher, 71, of Kiglith avenue SW, ji whether Cedar Uapids resident of Rapids, inspectors have the Tuesday after a lour illness right lo order air pressure tests explosion ami fire rocked a Horn Nov. 15, 1839, in fadory hm; i Bunding Official ha i Kapids, he was a member of ,UY' S'X Patrick's Catholic church. He council a proposed revision to The Odar Kaniils 'IMPS., October (Continued from Pajjt; 1.) iiujulo Mitchell to approve Hie Nuclear Curb Is U.S.-lndian Aim NEW DELHI (Ul'l) The U. was married to Myrtle eily code that requires the April 12 1920 He was a designed lo show leaks nployc of Peniek and Walcr is "ut irlto ln were Susan Christiansen, New Hartford, and Jackie Eastman, In early April 1972, Hunt saidjS' lnd'a lucsday to Liddy told him, "Ihe big boy to Prcycnt (Mitchelli lias given 'his okay thcr of tne world and Ihe word is go." economic structure and to pre- vent nuclear energy from being Hotel Hugging 'diverted into new weapons. Hunt said Liddy told him ofj A communique, released on Mitchell's concern about a cvc Of Secretary of Slate to bug the 'Miami Beach hole! [Kissinger's departure for Bang- Cedar Kails both of former Democratic Na-jiadcsh, also announced that and a veteran ol World war previous1 V lie was a member of the Ameri-W was ambiguous and ;ind Crcw' can Legion and the Veterans ofl'lisagreements among building Waterloo, in serious condi- serious condition loan Committee Minister Indira Gandhi Lawrence O'Brien. By accepted an invitation lo deuce, when O'Brien left the all official visit to the U. S. World war I. In addition to his wife lie is survived by three sons, Lester, Cedar Kapids; ICvercll, Denver, Colo.; and Karl, Minneapolis, Minn.; three daughters, liernice Usher, Mesa, Mrs. Thom- as Cunningham, Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. La Verne Perry, of llav.leton; 111 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services: Thursday at a.m. at St. Patrick's church by the Hev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: Ml. Calvary cemetery with military services by Han- ford American Legion post. There will be a prayer service Wednesday at p.m. at the Teahcn chapel where friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. room at I lie end of the Demo- and that President Ford inspectors, who wanted Ibc tests Itiun at Walerloo. Also Minnicjcratic national convention. Mit-ivisit India in made, and contractors, who did Ayers, 22, Washburn, was to lake over the same .lanelle Wbilefcll, 32, and Marylsuite for the Republican conven- blocked for the applied. If the pressure docs not drop, the system is considered airtight. ui prc- Old Marion road NE; Williamjweak. He's exhausted." Mill, 10311 Twixt Town road jNE; Herman Thompson, 1623 liiirkc, 1210 Thirly-tifth street'for NE; Donald Bartlett, route "ndcrgo the surgery Tuesday morning. Nancy Kan- 834 by Ins own physi-i to his NE; Glenn Ashbocher, i Clan and consultants. ouiviv.nb 58 Toddvillc; Daniel Trcnkamp n f- .parents are the grandpaienls, Geneial anesthesia tolal Mr anc( Haruld Saxion, Saxion Infant Samuel Steven Saxion, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Sax- ion, 5 Summer circle NE, died (I2J 1035 Thirtieth street, ...1.13 2.26 ..23.39 .41.05 .29.90 j Phillip Zwanziger, 2524 Gleniunconsciousncss was ordered 'Elm drive NE; Wayne the ailing 61-year-old Nixon, close associate in great pain 2440 Glass road NE; Dicky Described by a a as being Spaelhe, Third Marion; Timothy Davis, displeased about ins Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burkhart, Hiawatha; the randparents, Mr. and Harold McLaughlin, 1044 Tenth street, Marion; Milo rickc, Walker; P a t r i c k Hen- nessey, South Eleventh street. Marion; Roy Ilhen. jr. hospita al slay. "Very Upset" Tice, Fla.; Harold Evelyn Saxion, Saxion, Sandy Lake, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Moline, Fort Madison, nussey, oouin i TI r ,-i.n uenins iviunne, street. Marion; Roy Ilben. jr., .land Mr and Mrs Lylc Burkharl 2325 Lori drive SE; Nora of Ihe time and very upset! TII route three, Marion; each fined about needing more thci and eosts. Brian Darrv. source s'lid e irlier Mond-iv he nvalc WCMC hcld ions Thirtieth street SE; David; Turner chapel east. There was a Chicago Cleveland DCS Moines Detroit Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-Sl Paul Omaha St. Louis .PtCkly .....Clrng 70-40 ___Cloudy .....Shwfs 65-50 ......Rain (55-48 Cloudy 72-47 Cloudv 73-57 .PtCkly 07-50 .Cloudy C3-50 .Cloudy (ifi-S'J .PtCldy 73-58 Clouriv son. Hiawatha; each fined and costs. Jifore Nixon learned Ihose test jjefl [results dictated immediate sur- S20 "He's still very depressed ai isel, and reports that he isi 'jjust aren't Ihe sour fined S25 and costs. Registration v i o I a t i on Gary Myers, 2060 Sylvia ave- nue NE; fined and eosts. Faulty equipment Gregory Wiggins, Center Point; Lcland Ifcpker, 5410 .1 street SW; Gre- gory Hargor, 1707 Twelfth ave- nue SW; Gary Myers, 2060 Wednesday night. But a via avenue NE; each fined man on duly oulside and cots. Nixon, who lias received many letters and get-well ex- pressions, such as flowers, has not been seen publicly since he was readmitted to the hospital Excessive smoke Mickc; jibe hospital said Nixon greeted lim and had a smile, although Degree Days Monday Total lo date Through October 28, 11174 Percent of normal year Tolal normal year Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.0, rise .2 Lansing 7.6, no change Dam (18 12.4. no change McGregor (18) (i.7, no change Dubuque (17) 7.1. no change D a v en port (15) 4.1. no change Keokuk (16 2.7, rise .1 al (1.1) 3.3C. rise .01 Coralville Lake Pool level Tuesday......683.37 Births ST. Luke's Norris. Hiawatha: fined and .lie appcareu tireu ami limping. ohwins- offieer _! Nixo" was readmitted to Me- n Clark, Ml. Vernon; fined jmorial hospilal medical center after an oral anti-coagulant violalion _ drug Vrove6 ineffective in treat- cremation committal. Memorial Services Wingcrl Ethel C. Tuesday at at Chapel of Memo- ries by the Rev. Denton Ericson of St. Paul's Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Ar- arningemcnts by Cedar Memo- did. Casltk Stella. Sindclar Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Janc- bu-Kuba funeral home west by The Hcv. Clarence F r a n a Burial: Cy.cch National. Rosary at p.m. Tuesday at Ihc fu- neral liome where friends may call. 4 i Edw and costs. 3KI Traffic signal Christine Slcffcn. (160 Fourth ing the phlebitis. Nixon was hos- ro'sis." Dar'relf'Fre'nch, Yob'ins'-'pitalized for 12 days in late Scp- Hobert Dunsworlh, and early October. Phle- eaeh fined S15 and costs. jbilis inflammation of the Striking iinjiueiitHMl vehicle i William Sloeum. llas bolhcred Nlxon K1I1CC when he was in lhc Middle wood drive NW; fined anc eosts. East on a presidential trip. Ann Wilcox. 1822 Ninth street: his fjrst hospilal- (Continued from Page 1.) Israeli newspaper Yediolh Ahronoth. "This decision puts an end to Ihe possibility of re- newing the Geneva conference in the foreseeable future." The newspaper Ma'ariv said editorially that the conference action threatened both the ef- forts of Kissinger and Ihe ef- forts of the Geneva conference. "This will not weaken the strong position of Israel to de- fend its existence and the lives of its Ma'ariv said. "The (Rabat) conercnce cannot decide with whom we will nego- tiate and whom to recognize and lo whom to give the territories (on the West The newspaper Yedioth Alironolh called the Rabat deci- sion, "a heavy blow to Geneva." The Arab decision at Rabat came as Iraeli Iroop.s along the Jordanian frontier entered the final day of war maneuvers and troops on the Golan Heights con- tinued their war games in full force. Israeli troops killed three infiltrating Arab guerillas Tues- day in a gun bailie near Ihc northern frontier with Lebanon, the military command said. Arab sources in Rabat salt: there was no indication whelhei the Palestinians would set up their govcrnment-in-cxile before the start of the U. N. Genera" Assembly debate on Palestine next month. The PLO has been invited to join the debate de- spite Israeli objections. Is Proposed in Cave-in Death Pcxa ficials Construction declined to Co. of- comment Vnhiclp .larlc Fi-nnn.- and eosts. Prohibited parking Uich- ard Appleoff. 22R Twenty-ninth street drive SE; fined 515 and! costs. Itc-sistinir an officer Ron- Cashman, Mansfield "mail broke off clot in his left I Tuesday on whether the com- pany plans lo appeal a citation from Stale Labor Commissioner .Icrry Addy. Addy said a proposed ciiation (Continued from Page 1.) before legislation extending Ihe benefits was enacted. erloo, and both in fairly good condition. Dick Robert, Cedar Falls, saw he explosion in (he one-story jriek building as he drove by. "Everything jusl blew iobert recalled. "There was jinoke everywhere." Robert said lie and other by- itanders formed a human chain .0 rescue people inside the smoke-filled building. "We pulled two women out who were burned real he aid. Dave DeBlauwe, who was al work in a pholo shop in the luilding, said the blast "just the entire building. DeBlauwe said rescuers tried lo enter Ihe structure, but were forced back by heavy smoke. 'There just wasn't much you could do." Fire Chief Harold Smith said dust generated by grinding may have touched off the blast. More than a half hour after fire fighters rolled up at the factory, dense smoke continued In billow on! of the plant. Iwicz. Hunt he was told that while it was all right to bug the :uitc, Mitchell had said, "be sure to get those bugs out be- fore 1 go in." Once the Watergate burglars (Continued from Page 1.) ommendation may be enough aulhorix.ation to permit engi- neering work to proceed. Even before the commission were caught inside Democratic I its vote Monday night it national committee head- quarters. Hunt said he traveled first to New York, then to Los Angeles, then to Chicago, where he met with his wife, and told her all about his involvement. While in Los Angeles, Hunt sail ho met with Liddy, who assured me everything was going to be taken care of com- pany style, or CIA style." Hunt said thai phrase meanl to him, and, he was sure, to Lidrly, that family and legal expenses would be taken care of. There began, Hunt testified, months of contacts with a man known only to Hunt and his wife Dorothy as "Mr. Rivers." The Kenate Watergate committee has shown Rivers lo be the pseudonym for retired New York policeman Anthony Ulasc- Mrs. Odette Firbcs, who lives, in a mobile home near the plant, said the explosion "rat- tled our windows and rocked the whole trailer. A flash fire seemed to follow the explosion and we could hear a woman screaming." The building is in a commer- cial section of (own west of the business district. It employs 20 lo 25 people, many of them U.S. Officials: Ban on Fiber Pipe !s Okay If you've been holding your brealh wailing to see if Cedar Rapids will be forced to allow the use of bituminous fiber sewer pipe, you can start breathing again. Mayor Don Canney said Tues- day statements by federal of- ficials indicate Ihe city won't Upheld James Earl Ray's ef- havc change Us codeSi whjch fort to obtain evidence about usc of land penalty of was control violation I from a larger clot in his left mc company Friday in connec-1produce fillor! fhinh fr.Mrnlml Illrn'lMl 11 i l: t -K..I.L'.. Wilh trench circumstances of his plea ofj The fiber pipe has a history of guilty to the murder of the Rev. 'ponr durabiii'ly. Building Of- Marlin Luther King, jr. The.ficjal Ed winlcl. said court let stand a U.S. district, show more lnan ,i000 havc court order requiring Ray's ircplaccd _ al considerable ex- attorney, Percy to lhc homeowner- in the of Houston, and others tojiast j] ycars ave-in correspondence Rav and t. 28 To the families ofi SE: .finct.'S75 and costs. Oc Micliai'l Ryan. Meter violation Ranee third avenue SW. a son; fii-ow j M.vcrs. avenue SW: IMoRcr. KiOO Ilillview drive, costs. Terry Mill-ion Hvin cUighters; Robcrl Mo.v'f. First avenue SL; Omer, 1328 First'avenue NE. a fined Sla and costs, daughter; Daniel Brrnac-ki, 1815 j Fires Eastern drive SW, a son. Get. 28 Mr. and Mi- David JHi-rc-k, 6807 Jmvood heart, and lodged in his sitc in Cedar lung. Serious Threat The decision to release Nixon Rapids Oct. 16 that took the life of Edward Sweeney, 27. The company was charged ini: in to home convalescence at his with violating rules by not hav- ing the trench shored, braced. scafront, villa at San Clemcnle, 50 miles south of Long Beach, was made after Lungren con- cluded the lung clot no longer posed a serious threat. jfrom The doctors' fear was S'.r sloped or sheeted. Ad-cly said citations for similar serious violations havc ranged l to the legal maximum The amount of the in NK, a son. Marriage Licenses p.m. Monday. Flush irasoline at .lanice drive and Johnson avenue NW. p.m. Monday. Car fire at operation penally is based fatal pulmonary on thc past history o Ihe KlrucHon of number of employes that Foreman persuaded him to plead guilty lo killing King to enhance the sale of books about the slaying. Let stand a Pennslyviuiia su- preme court decision that an in- vocation 'and benediction at a The pipe was outlawed locally in 18CG, but I hi.s year officials ol "Seamy Things" Hunt said that gradually the money provided by "Mr. Rivers" dwindled to "dribs and and he began making his own direct appeals to the White House. Hunt said that because "we were protecting the men who were responsible for Water- lie made repeated de- mands for cash lo While House officials including Colson. Hunt said cash came lo him in amounts as high as de- livered lo William Bittman, then his attorney. When, on March 12, 1973, Hunt met with Nixon re-election com niitlee lawyer Paul O'Brien Hunt said he demanded before his sentencing for Ihe original burglary. Hunt said he told O'Brien, "Ir. case he didn't know it, I hac done some seamy things for thc While House I would havc lo consider my options." The result of thai, meeting was cash delivered lo Bittman nine days later, Hunt said. Man Held for Assault on Bus Driver Samuel Clark, Fourth av- Ihe federal department of lious-'cniie SE, was arrested Tuesday ing and 'urban he allegedly beat a bus (HUD) said it would' probablyldrivcr after an argument over have to be permitted again ifibus fare. jlhe city was to remain Clark was being held on a for federal funding. [preliminary charge of assault public high school commence- a Technically, that was becausejwith intent to do great bodily in- a ment program d.id not violate lie schools. The Pennsylvania icily codes and practices must) Police said the driver, Ivan 48, of 1625 Brockman Marion, was taken lo thc ban against prayers in ilpprovcd bcfore 'federaliStuder, funds arc released. Ccdarlavenu a.m. Monday. cm oiled street ;1t H22 Thirty- f third street NE. cmbolus. an obstruction of blood vessel in Ihe lung by alcxposc-d lo thc hazard and HWH ,n air huhhi, the company. -grccd dccjdc ,t a fathcr ,1 u Ji u dl u i Lriucisiju. wiriuii (ivuuil lVlc.ll 1UII, WUS UIKUU U) L'ourt said the commencement Rids a prORram hospital after the assault exercise was a aftcr 9.30 am jvcnt and did not. fall under Canncy said thc of ncar Kirkwood Communilv blood clot or an air bubble. Mc-CHire. bolll of Cedar liapids. Dora GiTonloaf. Cellar Uapids, and llandolpli Mueller, Center JackiSHl Sixth street SW. Point, lie-lira EnKland. Cedar Kapids. am! Donald Parsons, North Out-of-Town Births Mnllfl Al Frankl'iirl sir call p.m. Monday. Ncrclless (ion would ompany. The company Lungren had told a news eon- Company nas ID aays ference Sunday that an opera-appeal the citation to t he sta immnrfi. occupational safely and health co court oxen event ami OKI uu, unuv, c said (hc (j ________ the ban against prayer in the pipc mool Hospital officials silid then, because the "workablcjhe may be admitted. Sludcr program" requirement is not j reportedly refused to allow being extended under new fcd-jClark to ride thc bus without Thompson drive SE. Mr and Mis. Kobcrl II. Ncff. a son Oct. Hi. Mrs. Nc-ff is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hlan- Tcsloiv. fonnerly of C'edar h'apids. aiul of Tlirlorl: Calif. Ni'lf is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard O. Ncff, Tlm- lirlh slrt'i1! ill ivr At Council Blul'fs Mr. and Mrs. .luliii a son Oc-l. HIP. Mrs. is the-, of L. Davis. 1' NK Maqistriito's Court Spi-riliin; i Xit'l.-i n. SK: Michael i iMrCai-lby road and .in. Mill KiKlilh Allan I'n-r.-.on, :l TrllT AI-- I nod drive Mondny. C to waste paper basket at First avenue NE. C'ar fire at and Ml. needed immedi- occupational if any more "active" commitlce. j were found. 'in4ni froin leaf to at Ililt dr chvrlling NK. Bui Lungren cautioned thai operating also posed a danger lo Nixon. "Whenever you talk about surgery, you're talking about risk." Lungren said. "It Public To See his family can be eligible for! welfare payments which oflcni arc higher. cral legislation. So. Ihc way no liber pipe. paving the proper amount. Amended Rights il 'i J' (Continued from Page 1.) Unit Ordinance Oll, jO. R, Tavern jisis Repeal Seen Jurist Dies CLEVELAND (AP) -Thomas J. Herbert, former Ohio gov- ernor, stale supreme court jus- tice and stale attorney general, died Saturday. a general anesthetic. I We don't want him lo undergo :surgery unless we know nothing Wi-sl Liliprly Mallie Thuralav al I'lST Will help him. al Snidi-r's. In his Monday niglit medical I n d rii i- ii cl c n c c Nellie ihullclin. Lungren said Iliat due 7li. While.'s. An amended lablishing the ordinance cs-Sunday. Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids, The inmates, including Pales- lablishmont.s human rights commissi will hijacker Adnam Ahmad Ilial ohlain a special lieens placed on file for public inspec- drinking es- at leasl those! lion Wednesday. The ordinance differs from i i Hi ('present ordinance by speci- o he h ooc hinning caused bv Sfarlc'llc1 Nick Kost us., Ilically al 11 at lhl'n> ls: right' lo appea Anamosa. Isomewhal more risk than nor A I 1) u r n e U limn Thomas. Tn.'silii.v al P'.'mal for lliis of surgery." i Air Crash Kills 5 Hie defendants' through lhc courl system if Ihe commission Nuri, originally demanded Ihei Safely Commissioner .lamesi Iransfcr of another guerilla from the prison hospital to Ibc chapel. The hospitalized guerilla, Kami Hussein Tamimali. threw nego- Sleinheck said Tuesday IK; plans to recommend repeal of an ordi- nance prohibiting the display of absence of the provision Ihe commission KKTCIHKAN, Alaska lUI'D- c'ivo men were killed Thursday i is improperly conslilulcd. n the crash of a single Tlir onlinancc will be on file bike, car, or whatever you lo buy with a want ad! For 6 I years tlawcrs for all Oceanians! John E. Lapcs Z 308 3rd Avc. SE 365-0511 vn fotntion tell someone you care with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 Ill He said reports from the fire, police and building departments '1. show (here- arc probably suf- an emolional cnnviTsalinn ficirnl on thi' hooks over prison walkie-lalkies, Tami- to allow regulalion of safety: mah said he no longer IVIt lhc same way about Ihe Palestinian I The arlion is in response In a GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For New, Spord, Bookkeeping, Generol Inlor- motion ond OHicii No, titled Below toll ............................398-8211 Cinululion-SubuiiplianDepI......39B-B333 Mon. fhiu Sot. 8 a.m. lo 7 p.m. II am. to 7 p.m. WonlAdi.......................398-8234 Uon Ilitutii. 8o.m. lo S p.m. Sotuidny until 12 noon Diiploy ..............39B-3222 HoiionOlliie.......... 398-8130 was apparent more delays would hit the project. The only question was whether the delays would come from the highway commission or from legal action by opponents of the Hiawatha route. Possible Setback Highway commission of- ficials warned last month a delay in accepting the route could sel the interstate proj- ect back a full year. Monday night lawyers for opponents of Ihe route, al- though stressing they weren't making threats, made it clear legal action would be taken if Ihe commission acceplcd the route. Hiawatha City Attorney Clinton Moyer said the con- troversy is "a legal quagmire of magnificent dimensions" and urged further study to prevent a court fight. Poorest Place "The courts are Ihe poorest possible place to settle this he said. "I can foresee far more delay if we end up going that way." Bill Riley, planning commis- sion member from Marion, said he voted for the route last month but would vote against it now for several rea- sons. He said cost was one factor, because the Hiawatha route would eventually require a three-mile stretch of highway to link thc interstate with a proposed circumferential road northwest of Cedar Rapids. The actual effect on resi- dents of North Twin Pines, who opposed a western alter- nate, needs more study, Riley said. He also said he was influenced by figures suhniil- Icd Monday by Hiawatha Mayor Dale Gulhridgc. 12 Signed Gtithridge said of 58 busi- ness men in his city, only 12 F.ignccl a letter favoring the Hiawatha route. Three of those 12 have sold their busin- esses and three others relocated, he said. Commis- sion members were told last month 05 percent of Hiawatha business men supported the route. Cedar Rapids Mayor Don Canney asked why Hiawatha did not raise more serious ob- jections earlier. The interstate has already been 13 ycars in development, he said. "I would like to see us get on with it." A lawyer representing oppo- nents in Hiawatha said his clients were not aware of the decision to go through Ilia- walha until relatively recent- ly. Legal Action He said legal action will definitely be taken if the com- mission approves thc Hia- watha route. R i c h a r d Phillips, Cedar liapids public improvements commissioner, said the route through IliawaHia has always been shown in Ihe major i striTls plan, and opponents have had many opportunities I to raise objections. i "How do wo keep cnn- linnally delaying the streets he asked. i- In Jin il i, ill, PIERSON'S ..l.Vn. NW I'l.OWl KIMIONK IMli floral artistry noun ivpry any FLORIST ana Counrry Chopping Confer 364-21 46 Only one service... on r best lo all. Cost is entirely a matter ol personal choice. flOO 11 I   

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