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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1934, Zanesville, Ohio                               V ZANESVILLE VOL No. 270 FINAL EDITION FRIDAY MARCH 1934 FINAL EDITION THREE CENTS INSULL CAPTURED ABOARD STEAMER NEAR EGYPT STATE GRANT TO FLOOD PLAN WITHIN WEEK Bill to Be Reported to Floor of House Next Wednesdav O March A stormy but certain passage waa predicted to- day for the Bittinger calling lor a state appropriation of to aid in construction of the Muskin- gum valley flood control project The bUl voted out by the finance committee' late yesterday and recommended for will be re- ported to the HOOT of the house Wed- of next week and pfobably il oe placed on the calendar for uderation on Friday ip William Dem flel- mont member of the house finance said some oppo- sition WM encountered from Repub- lican of the committee but IS remaining after Republican members left to Join the Q O P rally unanimously toted the measure out Another measure nlso introduced by Freer to enable the highway de- partment to participate in tne pro- laid before the house com- mittee on hljrb-ways- Chairman George Dem Montgomery of the highways said the enabling act would probably taken up next Tuesday evening after the house haa reconvenfcd. The highway department to to ap- propriate 000 towards con- servancy district vast project. Re- construction. of and in county and tcwnahlp roads as well state highways will necessary. Atty Robert N chief counsel for the conservancy district appeared the committee and urged thf. adoption of tht bill He said that unlew staU there la danger of losing ihe federal PWA allotment of 000 OOO He outlined the his- tory of ttie project and pointed to the vast lowea suffered In ttw trict by floods money spent on this project will radiate all trver the state and benefit larger industrial centers well rural WUk in Rep in. supporting the said that more 000 in had. been spent in district relief of unem- and the construction of the flood project would greatly re- lieve unemployment in the district M well as pour money into the en- tire state agreed both Bltttnger enabling and appropriation acts -paw -It WBJT seen JUktly-tbat Republican forces general mbly may oppose the measure bitterly. Republican eager to begin their blast at Democratic administration and fedsral well state. an op- portunity in opposing thte measure of criticising the entire Roowsrelt policy for the touilding of public In 'Tight Spot' HaJ. Benjamin army air corps Is working with postal officials on a crurtalled army airmail schedule to meet Pi-esident Roosevelt's command that 'deaths In the army air corps must STATE INCOME TAX BASIS OF NEW PROPOSAL Sales Tax Loses Favor As Workable Revenue Measure March 16 house taxation charged with the task of drafting a workable revenue raising program to be sub- mitted to the legislature next today labored on a program that probably will Include a sales tax Having voted 12 4 to attempt formulation of a program wiUiout in- cluding the administration B sales tax the committee turned with con- siderable support toward a gradu ated net Income proposal It was believed the Income tax proposal would be the foundation of the com- mittee s If one is finally ap- proved t Returns to Limelight come tax bill wjte made aa the com- mittee took It under consideration Rates were brackeU low- ered and Intimates made tJtiat it into the dancing limelight again and nappy about It Is Eleanor former partner of the mould raise MSOOOAXJO annually in-iwldoifc of noted dancer and pro_ FEW MOTORISTS CALL FOR FEES protege of Maurice Only Thirty of 160 Tagged Drivers Seek Disputed Fines in Court Scowls marked the counten- of two ago when they paid two dollar will be that the bill be amended to of planned 1 Other indications were that -utility i rehearsing for her i excise taxes would be increased and she will makr with Charles i that a chain store license and re- levy might be included Meanwhile the conference commit- tee of the house and senate reached a compromise on the bond refunder bill Four of the aix agreed to recommend an amendment to the bill it passed the senate This amendment would allow diversion of taxes collected for sinking fund pur- poses. In proportion to the receiv ed from bondholders accepting the reiiindlng the bill originally passed by the house them could been no payrnente to the subdivision until after taxes actually were collected. a the While their opposition expected fade under yet it peared that the btll might be de- layed before final passage ob- tained. ASK RE HEARING HOLLIDAY OUSTIR Application for re-hearing' in ttie of William chairman of the local civil against Mayor William P Wetherald. asking that the defendant be pre- vented from hearing ouster charges brought by Harry an elector and WM filed today wilb the state supreme court at Ooluxn- Jfrus fines for violation of traffic ordin- were changed ol and grins Friday they called at municipal court office for their Mayor William Wetherald ceiled a nalt to the ruthless tion of and ordered the who received asked to them paid at ttie clerk's office. Of the 100 persaaa who paid lor Tlolations Tuesday night and only 30 had availed tbemaelves of the opportunity to lect their who paid their should taaa Uitlr furort- abated and no more Ugs have been given for petty nave received ord- to continue Uitlr prosecution of motorists cutting through reC park ling in safety and operating their with only ono head light or without a light. darenoe night for driving an automobile while the only motorist arrested for a more serious offense. He guilty In municipal court and was fined and costfi and had his drivers license suspended lor a year He waa releaaecl when he agreed to pay the flue at the rate of per which will take him more than a year to liquidate Welfare Director and Safety Director J Barron completing plans today for the Issuance of city licenses to feurt and truck drivers an provided by city ordinances Beginning next the former an- u and drivers must apply for these licenses which will coct The city ordinance will save them 93 eftch as the state court acted upon wrong inter- pretation of the law and the court to grant the right of re- hearing The matter submitted on The supreme oourt recently ruled that Mayor Wetherald authority to the case filexl fcrv Dunn almost two montlui charging HoUIday politick The application alleges that the require licensing of such driver. r T'K-. ftl A H-. The state license and ex- tra U charged for a medioal exam- ination The safety director in direct charge of conducting and will by tbe welfare names of eligible position At tbe time the dalon was the supreme court also ruled Mayor Weth- erald. holding that tVobsie Judge Baker had Jurisdiction to a triaJ on against a group of tha mayor brought by not Indicated today whether mayor would similar pro- In tbe supreme oourt to re- new trial of the him. time ic expected to be re- quired by tbe supreme court rn reechlng a decision or an- other In the application for re-bear- ing of the Holliday for these licenses will be certified to the mayor who will Issue per- together with a to worn on left lapel of the' question of enforcing the ordinance relative to licensing of j truck drivers and chauffeurs the that cet off the trafHc ord- inance explosion. The vdfare direc- tor teked council last Monday night to recommend enforcement' where- upon three couuciltorn emphaUcally declared that UM executive depart- ment would enforce all paaeed or council and Mayor Wetherald de- provide that political sub divisions refunding maturing bonds this year may divert to their operating fund the proportion of the taxes levied and in process of collection representing only those bonds surrendered for can cellnUon and refunding On the chain store tai the com- mittee voted night to include proposal in any program it finally This is not binding The bill under consideration for a frauuated location U- tax tin retail a graduated tax of from otic-twentieth -1 a maximum per on their gross revenues. It estimated that the meavure would yield A year. Turning to the utilities eiclse the committee amended the special taxation corruruwlon's bill The amendment would raise the tax on IntrasUte revenue of railroads from the present rate of 3 per cent per cent AUTO WORKER IS TAKEN FOR RIDE March Detroit auto worker was for a 2 MORE SUITS FOR PAY FILED Hazen and Maneely Petition For Mandamus to Secure Back Salaries Dillinger's Companion In Jail Break Is Dead After Gun Battle With Police Herbert Youngblood and Three Officers Shot in Michigan Desperado and Two Companions in Neighborhood Port March negro who broke jail with John waa shot and mor- tally wounded in a gun battle with police here today. Clarence police officer informed by the United Press of the description of confronted the wounded negro with the identification and obtained an ad- mission that he was with Dillinger when the desperado broke out of the Crown Point jail with a wooden pistol. 'lie also told me that Dillinger and two companions are in this Marx we are starting out now to hunt for them. Youngblood was struck by three shots in the bloody battle that ensued when Sheriff William L. Vanantterp led two of deputien to the stort where Ollllnger companion staying UNIFORM WAGE BOOST FOUGHT Auto Workers' Strike Tired of waiting for the city ad- to inajce good its prom- ise to pay all holdover cmi aervicc their dating from Jan. 1. the unpaid workers be- gun a parade to the It will not end until all vie- tuna ot the Wetherald ing poUcy have filed petitions de- manding their wages Two more such were filed Friday with tiie appeals court city sanitary wlio is owttl a3OO from Jan. 1 to Ned Maneelv. street va Salary during that pen od due him amounting to Miss cleric In the city health oflfioe waa firsi to file Her petition lor a writ of asking pay to two filed Thursday City Auditor Henry late received formal written de- for their unpaid salaries from Hazen arxl Maneely. Tbe demands were presented by K attorney who wltfc Joan C U understood to represent the entire group of civil tmployes The written demands ara presented s a matter of record so in the It can be stated that sucli for their salaries and shot to death shortly before last j nave been refused atldnlght near Monroe. what authorities Mich to be in first open warfare growing out of the automotive industry unrest The man vas believed to be Joan or John U Bailey Union in his bore both Folded under his was an ap- plication blank of the AutomoWle federal Labor and in hfe pocket wvre a number of the blanks The body lay feet north of the driveway leading into the farm of Corcoran. Onrcoran told Sheriff Joseph Baln- y that short lj brfore ml d- night he two can drive up and turn off their lights He heard four ezplo- which he thought to be back- and then the cars drove away. fires ha TRUCK RUNS WILD AND HITS HOUSE Merie Homer. 23. and H. O. Rey- 77. of were nursing severe injuries today follow- ing a peculiar accident on ttoe Fulton- ham roftd. about 13 from Uie Brandeis Speaks to Law College Graduates OcXuxnbus. March 16 two hundred off Oblo SUte university Inw were grtdu- dared would -enforce all of tbem shortly after mitlnljtbt Thursday to tbe letter of tbe driver of a toulkr lo-ton freight truck. control of tbe Tan descending a steep hill and ttie 01 LiKVCiUMl machine rolled wildly down the 4-rfk crs-ibed into a house by tbe XJircaiCTlft Ml VsUrUll Pittsburgh Plate GUm CO.. and turn- Karen It is understood that other peti- win be filed with the appeals court as rapidly they can be The ftct that is much clerical In connection with tacZ case to delay the filing The appeals court will convene here next and during the subse- quent se06fon. tbe petitions being filed week will receive exatlon. TELLS OF PLACING SON IN FURNACE Akron. O. March 35-year-old father hysterically told police here today that MOod toid me to put him j the he attempted to explain the cruel murder of in- rant son. father. Howard a beer held for a sanity bearing today. Whether murder will be filed on out- come of the bearing. Assistant Pros- ecutor a. J. Wozniak said. The two-year-okl John died In St. hospital hours March IB preei dents recovery program moved into neavj threatened by wide- spread disturbances and strong opposition to a uniform 10 per increase in and reduction hours Indications were president self would be appealed to in an ef- fort to avert deecribed po-i tentlally as the worst the j country has In the autoina-j bile industry. The of th threatened auto was Increased by the likelihood that once started disturbance would spread to industry. strike threat nearer-to- day when the national labor board concluded a two-day hearing of of American Federation of lAbor against large auto- mobile Gen- eral Mo ton and Hudaon Motor Do Aa the young negro lay gasping in hospital bed he whispered to Prosecutor Laurie O TeLfer 4hat he had seen the outlaw DUlingw and two companions last that Dil- linger had a V-8 Fcrd sedan the car in which he fled frcwn Crown Point Undersherlff and President May Intervene to ixsputy Howard each shot tnrough the abdomen in the gun battle with Youngblood were en an wen chance of recovery. Sheriff Variants bullet nouiid in arm not considered serious Eugene negro store received a minor bullet wound in the right shoulder Sheriffs in adjoining counties were instructed to place road blockades to To Supreme Court ROBERT N WILKIN WILKIN GETS COURT BENCH Counsel for Conservancy Dis- trict Will Succeed Judge Allen halt the DUlinger should he be In the area. Under SherliT Criarlem and Deputy Herbert Lohr were shot in the abdomen The sheriff waa wounded in the arm O March 16 K New prominent Democrat attorney and counsel in the Muskinfrum watershed conservan- cy todaj appointed jus- tice of the Ohio supreme court by Cknernor White Judge Wilkin Flor- ence E whose ap- pointment as judge ot the federal circuit court of appeals WSLS confirm- ed by the United States senate to- Advised by telephone that the s-oa-i Mies Allen will resign her pree- ftmtm ftmjrrn KKrvM B-vnv-nH t. IVlilltlnn piclous negro at store answered flatly to recognize or deal with the A T. U and challenged the authority the labor board. trator Hugh 8. Johnson stepped into tne breech with personal trtween labor and company officials without apparent effect Should efforts the only resort would be the intervention of the president The labor indicated they would ask. their to walk out on strike Tueacay tne matter is adjusted The nature of the impending walkout explained by William GretSL. A_ F. of JU president. The automobile dispute almost eot- artly parallel to that involTing the Weirton Steel Co and Tears were ex- pressed that direct action by automo- bile would result in similar by steel dispute centers about erf to organize and bargain col- lectively through of their own guar- anteed by the KRA SrCtioo The automobile industry presented the unusual apectade of re- sponding vigorously to the president's appeal for a 10 per cent cut In wock- ing hours and an equivalent increase in at the time that they challenged another and equally vital section of the recovery program. were that at a temporary adjustment might work- out on tbe of announcement. QUIZ LINDBERGH IN MAIL POLICY Washington. March IB A. fore- most to carry against air mail policy before a cotn- the description the the officers drove hurriedly to the store heavily armed and prepared to shoot U kill. Opening the the men rushed in. Ycrungblood fired blindly The officers returned the shots DeJputy Charles fourth officer left on guard outside heard the Tiring and CUvanaugh ger through the door a few feet and then Jjohrstofer dashed into the room firing ceased Propped against a counter stood the his wa- vering revolyetvtrained oti the bleed- ing negro who waa lying on the floor a few feet away At the sheriff feet lay Deputy clutching his side Ths three seriously- wounded and the sheriff were rushed to the prepared emerg- ency operations to have their lives A-blockade placed across lead- ing north-bound roads in Sanllac today by Sheriff ent supreme court diately Wllfcin aerve until the Novem- on receipt of that John tMilinger and two compan- wera d H rt ng north from Port German saTd the 8t Clair county officials did not explain whether I linger was actually seen leaving Port but added that they told me he headed Into the Thumb dis- and to watch as he The men were driving a small se- dan similar to the one in which D41- Hngcr made escape from Ind icccrrdlng to the word Ger- man received HMtllj German erected a blockade on the leading prepared to shoot it out if the notorious outlaw should appear Banilac oounty adjoins fit Clair oounty on tbe where negro companion of DiU was critically wounded and captured today. oer -when a new Judge will be elected to complete the which expires Jan 1 A successor to Mlaa Allen for a full sbc-vear term will be named In November. Wilkin la senior member of the law firm of Wilkin and TJmbach. in New Philadelphia He 48 years age and the son of J Foaier for- mer judge of. the Ohio supreme court He is a graduate of law school of tbe University of Virginia and has teen general practice 25 years Be a meirUTer of the state board of 1914 to and now a member of the State Bar jsociations commTttee on judicial ad- minlstratton and reform He la author of numerous legal in various publications Wllkin Is chief counsel for the con- servarcy project He an unsuccessful for the supreme court in 1932 and is expected to be a candidate for the she-year term in the tion ATTEMPTS TO AVOID LAW ON FREIGHT SHIP Torpedo Boat Makes Cap- ture As Instill Neared Freedom Athena. March 16 announc- ed today that flamuel been aboard freight steamship The announcement ter polio had In- aull left Greece Alfni aboard the ahip and that a boat destroyer in The problem At ATOM what tht government would do wltfc Insull if .he returned liert. The government had that leave. He to been Mat inland Onent that rape from Paris to So Angered were government effi- cUla that It believed they might refuse to givt hixa this Mini chance of and sure he delivered. in ner to American for tlon to the United Police announced that was a Tew hours off when Inaull wan caught. It was added that tht itootu returning to at full speed. Tne ship headed for near Alexandria. The announcement that waA a off JUe would indicate that It would Piraeus within about S6 hcxm. It fc 550 miles from Alexandria to Piragua. Radios Irom the police ttML reported that Insull with despair at his failure to aa carelullj Insull waa captured within sight police said The Meotis had Ignored calls flashed mm and Jftom the little Qreek strorer racing toward The destroyer overtook the Mrotiv it was endeavoring to etrfear Port Kesser where it would how teen out of Insull who left the -wreckage of industrial empire when he United bade fair to wreckage of a government In Ormmam as he sought new today Trofti American Justice. minister of Interior today. and the chief of t as a. tw ro agnate 'a a few hours before to deported an alien. It had been knowjijthat In cabinet the aged utilitie The nigheat Greek _ consideration had ruled no law for expulsion as the offenae-for-wMdh United atates court sought to him. under not an offence In bsw. Premier known to feel that oogtlt as a matter of Justice to PARAFFIN TESTS I to leave the country. _______ __ I the police ttl particularly lield entitled to remain The foreign office took t regard of of Milwaukee. March latest contribution Lillian Gets Busy Crown March Sherlf lilllau from whose Jail John DUllngex and Herbert Young- biood Escaped with m toy gun. said told that the negro had been captured that she would go to Fort Huroti berself tfcere la tven a chance that jDUUnger Is want to he right there when that man Is brought abc said _________________ _________ after hia bodv had been imittec today In one of his rare pub- from the fire pit of the Turnace mtjllc Appearances on Capitol hllL famUv bonie- He had beeu hor- 1 Lindbergh and CUrence Chamber- rtbiy burned trans-AUanUc accepted who operated store until three weeks ago. Invitation by ttM senate' postpffloc mr-'committee to rested Maortly after tbe ctlme when j laUon to nturn mail legls to land Deputy cberlff Tom Clark act the mayor I tbe Horxaer. rob- valued about of it sted wlUi Hooert K ooUecttoa so nothlnxjwas djunacrxt ReraokU. reilrf drlrer _--------------._ of ttw Uuck. said he his com- j panlots frocc to Wew Gccrrgr W. ttie pre- the Unjis O Bran-i dcte of Uir S court as off nrx Obto cflass WIAJI tisr twgntT pubJicJT four poftnia of owwy 1913. tn the crtAUoei of the ne- he hH supported of to yet op- Ute the rtptat end turn people out of OQty aod other ireifare Davis ooarlnoed there Is Bonier suffered a cut on he walked Into a drug store and private airline operators. Cfcpt. AkUe j ace will testify Is expected so pare President contemplated unified ooctrol ot land arutlon clerks by Announcing what Rlcfcenbaciccr. be had done. The police cxjcujjfd a few hours aft- had been caned from hospital where be bad uxxtergoce treatment for brain When questioned br at tbe coupty Oron ap- peared it. by ref erenoes to tbe 9m apparently dW oot re- He will go with his curtailment unieos today tangible re- in cKtlns oat oC the Office Holdup mioor and brulsen. Both Following Operation ircstrd by a phpftdan al FulUvTaham. Kansas aty. Mo- Uartk bouM the trock lumber todurtry. from loaviv bsdly djunaccd. Tbe front parcfc 3n torn rrona Wte read of ttie tzxTUrned tbe deaOto oC IKrtwrt' a iixrfg-u twlay X lurch trx-n JallrtJ to up a brsrK-h office Tn'rn Homer said the damaged and StctrVc ooenpany todav tcvakl be repaired at a cnoeped of tbe truck3 C-17516. t99ued tn cjnd a relief truck vxiorid Zw from Oncjfraitl to ooQVey Tbe amouzat Ukrn by the frKgfci oo to rrr Tatrt. for aa a tore for UM obrtroc be took a in tbe form off nwn wma briSetrd to be in s cownifles Hif hwty Projects O 36 to Miami AU furtl. Uarcb 16 Fruiklin n RxxwrrHt len Uj for At ate -Then oatiw Kn Ccxnba. a davghtw. R Prw AflOtJter Mn nurrVd trip 1 bm lajJrd to rctdh berrr way for rabUcJy on MlX be reitermtoC to take or bxlirccUy.1- In Accrrtary of War HL ynrttgitlon off army mir iposrd tlw air mail btll and it unvotfcabfte. ttey bare permit tbe t filer to crttftctsje the Bush Slated to Head Coal Code Authority March 16 Samuel P. Columbus InductrialUt. U alated to become administrator of tbe Ooio retail coal code authority. It WM Intimated last night at tbe of ObJo retail coal is chairman of Oorernor committee to invevtlgate the workmen's oompenssUon fund detection uas brought into use by Milwaukee police to solve a mys- Killing inxolvlng members of the police force I With the aid of the it was hoped to clear or definitely arouse Mrs Lillian Ehlcbract police of the shooting to death of Paul W KiUle- Milwaukee policeman Both principals in the case found amidst the twisted wreckage of Kittlernan's automobile en country road near 111. yesterday Kittleman was dving with a bullet in temple and Mrs Enle- 1 States and that therefore be ooght to expelled as an undesirable 21 whether really u MemKfl ttaxt expelled realist Martin Awaits Court Decision March 16- fugitive Chicago utility surrendered to sheriff today and aicaited the decision irf UiV appeal court of Ontario on ap- plication for dismissal frosa der gianUng to OU- was in aerious condition a fractured skull and. Internal Junes A pistol was found had crashed into with cago lt liberty on the heartng off 23 appeal omrt to- IT-mantb-oK tettiv to that KJttlemon bad in the belief that he faced a scandal She denied however that their friendship Involved a affair experts came to Wauke- zlcxnent by bailee wnich the collapse of ity empire years ago. Insuli is apeclflcally ving converted app out cf and coated the hands of of his companies' to and Mrs Ehlebract with ooofc countr paraffin After the WBJC cooled i-------' peeled cff and taken back to laboratories Chero'cal will be applied to the wax to bring out the presence of nitrate specks Chemists said that if ITJttlexnar flred the pistol hlinseif then the itt- prcssicna teken from his hands wHl __ __ ___ dishonesty and MH-'agettient caused Insull empire. The Insulls asven affairs of their verc properly handled the nitrate specks a cartridirr in a pistol always Financial ___also on tbe committee minute perticlw of nitrate drafted tbe liquor control recommen- j pounds Into tne creases of daUocxi. of tbe eaecUon of members to tiw Btatc code aouionty wdi be within toe next to C. B- of the Otiio chamber of commerce -who tn charge of tbe HecUon. B Judre Amn Nomination they Slate Rests In Trial of Makfcv trial 15 tn ttsve tbe White snent. denounced tbe can- contrwcto army planes tzrto tbe atr to carry cm tnaO Tbc nrlAontoy opened aad jsay and cost of operation. tbe Ohio to of federal cir- cuit oourt of tbe first to boM a federal to nil case for his life in tbe murder oTj U noon today. The witness Tor tbe Mrs. Uxrr Sarber widow of tbe slalo Washington. March MUM embarked today upon a calculated to effect far-rwcfalBf in tbe fin A of measures dlrecUy tbe podcetbook of and tbe back and stcurt- of tbe. more affloewt for oancy cxueed by the death cf Jvdge Steitli tntkenloafMr. Railroads Postpone Wage Negotiations Expkwion Victim Totooo. Marcti woman and two mega one fataQf. today tn an ex- o tbetr The body of Vera Orvadaff. S3. Uurti have Agreed to Praodeat BOOK- for n Mrt slumped orer bs.Ua tub on second floor. The men. ideriUfied Makler aa her be Vvot by Harry who last wpek convicted MeoUcaa wltb tbe oae faces John tbe man and HI see bin as tons ax I Sartor a qulra pointing out who a Tew thr Mrs Sw- brr inui as Aae tbe story off tbe murder. Tbe The croup of bills up for Jon tociudev extension oC off tbe Home a bankruptcy fefdslattoB cJUee. a new rerenoe market regulation and controrecsSal of Idmtlal autbcclty to negottaie procnun by taktng trp Use Hocoe Uaui ocrporattor. guarantee tbf an well tbe Interest tee bin a to exceed OOOOQOOOO Tor wftc. S3. aod John when tbe laying to Its rfTorts to at his tracae io tti crtttcmi oaodrtwn vn aauirtl in for to Ihr duled for todir tf Use to bis win approortmJite iTliXWO. birtbplaor near Total cawAroctloti miWrje and to Kansas Oty in 1373 Mr be for ago 12539 in the irrar later be went to Kan.Hx tbetr P. A White. S per tbe far for BO In tbe ScXAo. .They Prrfluasion March muustratof Hcsyh R. Jobtwoo Road Extension o MJitT-'h tried j of UM today to persuade win be to permit bemrtJig eleciion W 7' ivouMI 'tn dty be BfrJmotii ooosMered at s public toy Highway Mcrrttl TtRWttry 3 doudinesa ceotral portion or to eaueiue nttrttt colder S   

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