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Athens Messenger (Newspaper) - August 12, 1940, Athens, Ohio Page Foutt in a c aliens messenger Hugh Johnson daily comment a a Tite Athens messenger Athens Ohio the Public forum monday aug. 12, 1040 i athon Ltd room a hfj4u priv Tim Nuj a. Publisher and Glt a mfr. H. Harris Bailor a rid co. R american elect us. A paper member eur tested pre Pul Dei hated Prem entitled in Piper and John i. Del charge for Obi the Tor re a not other we p do in Piny Chicago. Or to Reich office new York if the selective service Hill a con to every Man within thag limit finally a Clad upon will have to go to the lolling place in the voting precinct where he rally Register for election. There he will be asked a few very simple question about his age occupation citizenship residence Etc. He will be registered on a Roll of inhabitant of that District. He will be Given a registration card showing that he a performed that duty. He must not he careless about keeping that card because it probably will tie demanded for identification Many time a War fever intensifies. Registration is not very important of itself sex Cin Minli Tirril Iris to or a a i corned la the Calami. They Matt a Tiffin both writer a the her Tor a Pete with tha rent Riba Linn utter a a Bart a Patty bus to that Atar than Ana Tat a ate each Ftp peacetime conscription editor the messenger the declaration by Congress that rally. The Hall such an emergency exists As la i automatically necessary to draft our Young men in the army. Navy and Marine learn what new from this by w. H. Wilbon even the Field of sports in t neglected by Alert inventor and manufacturers Ever on the Lookout for devices which will make recreation safer or More pleasurable electric howling Alley now being developed by one manufacturer. Would eliminate the pin boy the pin would he picked up and reset in proper position Magnet-1 i also returned the sphinxes Jume entered a then part office a a Hec onit cism Witter under Art of Ibi. Ept for Protection of the registrant. It create no corp during peacetime in order to privilege and impose no obligations raise proper defense of our nation wet matches have always been the Bane of fishermen and others frequently out in All kind of weather. A new Type in which a by Crri a i at ath a. Oil we a bin Etc �2 extra Post psf of it Ion Ratts week. Mail uber it Puon rate in dry a re to Hocking Mel. M it in Vinton and count or or 4 to i month Tun a it Roll of on we or rat in other Eon on a Pali Cotton yet during the world War if created the first on a i he forerunner of internal chemical is mixed. \ Ethi of i a no Tho of riot Quot r. Great problem. In my own state especially among Indian and in i of Oklahoma a ome Southern strife and the loss of patriotism which we now have. The next step would be the Post Hill Billy Section it was regarded As sinister and eng idlers at our pulling Pjaca How to conquer courteously even Conquest in not what it was in the old Day. The world in t getting any More decent or any More moral hut it in seeing a darned sight Slicker. Observe the difference Between Conquest 1940 Model and Conquest in the old bad Days. In the old bad Days the invading army marched in beat the defenders massacred everybody in sight stole everything removable and went Home leaving behind a suitable Garrison and an Iron listed governor. These matters have been improved upon in our enlightened age. Follow the Modem procedure the invading army marches in l�eat8 the defenders. So far it is All the same. But now it changes. Nobody is massacred. Nothing is stolen. The occupying troops Are polite not to say courtly. The pay for everything. Now follow closely. They pay with special som of the boy left the reservation to avoid it. In fad of bending Deputy sheriff and it. S. Marshal out to get them with gun we asked Mise on election Day. About ninety billion dollars have been spent in the past seven and one half years Sonari and preachers to go out and explain that that could have been used for de with the phosphorus that the head never gets wet will eliminate this trouble. Blowing lure for fishermen Are Row being placed on the Market. Held close to Light of a match or flashlight they will Shine for about it was a measure for their own Protection. After the registration which disclose the whole number of men in each Community from whom soldiers Are to be selected the next step is tense and at the same Tim taken thre hours care of the Relief in a More efficient manner than it has. That however is water Over the dam our Congress should Benefit by past mistakes. It seems that now this Means a determination by local Board is the time for the taxpayer to suggested by the governors of each state and appointed by the president. These hoards decide on object Ana done to let anyone Tell you that you Are not a taxpayer be far oily economic or educational relationships. In 1917 it was suggested to in that these boards those who ran Hest go with the least disturbance to Rausey a do not own read estate or personal properly or pay income tax. When you buy a meal at a restaurant pay your room would he under such pressure of politic and favor rent House rent pay a fare on a to Tim that the whole draft would be a scandal by or Street car buy the clothes my defense of the system was that by reason of you Wear or buy food for your tattle great lottery in Washington that. Determined Hie you pay taxes the order of each Man railing which was arranged that no local influence could guide it mrs. Jones boy or husband came up for examination you of the voting age have a a i duty to Send the proper citizens to our seat of government As con cooler smoking is aim behind a pipe with a double bowl. The second Fawi is designed to filter out the moisture and the bite and is said to improve the taste. Improving Golf swing should be easier with a device consisting of a Coil of tempered wire mounted on a stake set in a heavy base. A live rubber Hall fastened to the Coil with a Short Cable provides the target for the dub. It can he set up on any Lawn in a few seconds. Polaroid Eye shield meant particularly for skiers is of Tough flexible plastic without Glass and with no Metal parts to obstruct the vision. It can be worn Over he no. Or la Lar a number drown in the draft a Abii thew i a a a by Farnoly ii Pla of and mrs Smith relative was no. 259, that Board could practice no favouritism without accounting to j vant and it is our duty to in mrs Smith. And it proved. So will it prove today struck them of the Home need. A i had the most satisfaction in answering the slacker is our worst enemy. Congressmen Are your and my Are you Money All printed up in the Home country for highest personality in Washington who had it do not to be called a slacker 9 1 i i Vii it ill tint an in he Paph re in kill the occasion. The shop keeper who Hells a pair of bilk flocking to a trooper a paid in this special Money Ieti Scall pm Blitz dollars. But the invaded country in still using its old traditional Money. People will take Blitz dollars from the invaders but not from each other. So the merchant takes his accumulated Blitz dollars me a note saying a please exempt private in reply i wrote a dear mrs. W there is no authority in Washington or on Earth who can exempt private s., except the local Board of i neighing who know Hest whether he should be i wrote a letter to congressmen to the same effect. It was Multi graphed a million times. No letter was Ever More gratefully received by Washington to the National Hank of his country and says legislators. The draft of 1917 was fair and it was Here i want old fashioned Money for these. The popular. That All you need for the american you will not Only be called one but will be one if a draft Bill is passer by our Congress without your protest. Even at High speeds. Although it darkens Light Only slightly it does eliminate blinding Glare. Adjustable sunglasses Are now Irving made with two Polaroid lenses in front of each Eye one movable the other stationary. Rotating the front Lens reduces the brightness As much As desired. The just ask yourself a do i have golfer ran follow his Hall in the to be drafted to protect my own Sun the Fisherman can see his lure Home the answer is that no on glaring water the All Day draft is needed to protect our a Driver ran avoid Eye fatigue from Bank Ohliger he cause it must at r rate of ex-1 Public. Hon in peacetime. Necessary instructions in mechanized implements of warfare Are what our peacetime army Navy Bright Road surfaces Amateur movie fadeout May be made professional in appearance with the use of a fade of scope. If serial Story murder incognito by Norman kahl1 change bet by the conqueror and Marine corps Are for. Proper has two lenses of Polaroid Light copyright Isho Nea service. Inc. I have been asked to comment before a con schooling of our present army Navy control Glass and gives the smooth in at least one newspaper column and in my information from the War department it is provided that the new director of selective service shall be now watch More closely. The milk stockings committee on the present plan. On the i and Marine corps will take care of. Day selected. I have a Date Long ago engaged in the the called emergency defense. Which Are goods and a Heri Tor value lie have of of an be adj Ftp 1 j win by g and t0 there Are hundreds of thousands gone off to the country of the invader. All that i of tend. The invaded country Baa to show for them in certain printed Nipa Faut accumulating in the National Bank. If the invaded country in to get anything valuable Back for the silk stockings. These Blitz dollars must be capable of being exchanged for other goods. But they Arentt except in the invading country. So to get anything Back at a1 for the goods bought and shipped away for Blitz dollars the invaded country must buy something from the invader with them. The invader then offers to take Back his Blitz dollars for exactly whatever goods he chooses to dump on the invaded country at exactly whatever prices or chooses to charge. The invaded victim has no Choice. It Isnit business. It in t quite stealing in the manner of old time conquerors Riding off with loot at Tho Saddle Bow. Just what it is we bearfoot world War veterans in their forties who have made the statement that the army or Navy would never get them except at the Point of a Bayonet or gun then you this writer because he had that Job in 1917. It then have heard them be the first to elevated him from the subaltern ranks to that of say they would go and do what brigadier general. Of course i will do whatever my i they were failed upon to do should government asks but it be better to give invasion of our nation be threat another Young men a Chance ened. In such a fight you would m. I not be protecting millionaires in whoever it May ire i Promise my services in., a. ,.,their purchases in some other any capacity that will do him any Good. 1 country but be continuous effect of big time movies. Television by Telephone May be next. One radio firm is working on the idea of transmitting Tele Vised pictures by wire that Only those who paid would receive a program. Reed by Hie social notes Bruce Calion reviews Washington scene country but you would be defending our own Home Sweet ,. ,.who Are Thev who would draft Randolph re tur quoted hot saturday Reedsville mrs. Alfred our sons and daughters do they have children Are they in the draft age would they go would after an extended visit with relatives in Akron and Cleveland. Paul Kibble son John and Ronald Coleman were business visitors cast of characters Martin Sayi Era a lawyer with Tao Many enemies. Dace Appleby Styler a Iep in. Rhoda Waters Appleby Fiance. . Leighton a Saylers we Thart. Winslow Mardello a Limber. George Barbo cry Saylers Law partner. Lieutenant o Leary police Invigilator. A a a chapter i it was nothing you could put your hands on. The soft pliant breezes of the summer night that floated through Martin Saylers spacious drawing room had nothing to do with it. It was the Way you feel when you re alone on a Washington first repeat performance in and if you Are honest with your the european War is Likely to be staged in Finland self you will Send your protest in foreign correspondents have left Helsinki a1 to your congressmen though communications from that City Are not sub to a world War Veteran disabled i of new an 1 Norway it and Jet to censorship. News of what is happening there Aad we have three children whom comes from German dominated news outlets in Stockholm. More reliable information filters through in official diplomatic communiques. They have a clause in the act that u m dark night and you know that Beilin thir a Litho a Akron the Early part of the 6 j would conscript their a it Aith. Week someone is reaching out to Stran you May answer these questions v and Poland Arr finding out. Week. H. W. Larkins and family and mrs. Gladys Smith and two cell my husband darn spent sunday at Lyda with or. And mrs. Harold Cowdery. Edna and Catherine Miller Iron we Are teaching patriotism and re a Are visiting their grandparents sped to the . It is my sin Rev and mrs. E. L Miller. Poor diplomacy the state department rebuke of ambassador Cudahy and his recall for a a consultation be cause of his remarks about american soldiers Praise for nazi conduct in raped territory and the danger of starvation of the belgians May in time Clear up some of the diplomatic muss which has characterized this administration and others. The Yankee statesman a remark that German soldiers of occupation conducted themselves belter than would have american soldiers created a startling impression All Over the world. The worlds state is sufficiently confused by propaganda which seeps into our brains from every foreign source without having our own diplomats talking in off record fashion for publication. American representatives abroad have seen much and heard much which should be communicated any asides. Cere wish that my children May never have to he drafted. If Noces misses Phyllis Buckley and Jane Kibble have returned from a Short while Bruce Alton vacations other member of the Nea service Washington Bureau Pinch hit for him. The communist party is outlawed in Helsinki but recently 400 members of the soviet league of peace and Friendship staged a demonstration there and clamoured for Union with the u. S. S. R. Twenty four hours after the March 13 peace treaty was signed the finns began construction of a new Maime Rheim line. And Finland a defences have sary i know they w it go without v 9 t with relatives in Akron. Mrs. Alpha Smith and son Grant j Are in Lisbon for a Short visit with her brother l. Boring and family. Ernest. Ruth and family visited at Vincent recently with the Archie Brooks family. Kathryn Williams and Helen Sprague returned Home thursday mrs Mildred Tho a following a Tonsillectomy in the Hartman Hospital in Parkersburg. Or. And mrs. C. E. Humphrey waiting to he drafted m. L. Thompson Indianapolis Indiana. Mrs. Mildred Lenegar Dies after heart attack Hamden Mas Lenegar died suddenly of a heart attack. Friday evening while been strengthened by a flow of supplies from the by Home from her father son Charles left Friday by u u l. J., with her husband where they had Mobile for Graham Texas for a touted states which have been coming in steady spent the a vexing. She Hari suf. A a real Ives Lexa a Quot Quot a hts in pm i j c a i u Fred n Ali it a Taok Whie at her Sherman Buckley and family when the Linns had to fight last Winter they fathers Home. She was a member Parkersburg were Here thursday were handicapped because orders placed in America of the presbyterian Church. She a bus father c. W. Buckley. In september 1939, had not been filled. Worked in the Hamden Post office or and mrs. A. F. Denna have several years before her marriage. Returned from Stade River follow she is survived by her husband eng a weeks visit with their Daugh John Lenegar her father. D. C. Ter mrs. Mona Smith. Side but vide with her defense preparations fined to the proper sources without i la Quot 1 a tit1 to a Brave ret Onsy rust Lon program Yhomas. Her Mother preceded her the impressions which our Dildo ghost the late Spring and summer. In path several years ago and. Ii in i seems doubtful that Finland is sufficiently four Sisters mrs. Harry Mcclain i it in Oil in both Europe and Asia in rehabilitated or sufficiently equipped to repel an Wellston mrs. Howard Boyer Mats have recent years should have been sufficient to start1 other russian invasion now our defense program Many months ago. Perhaps if England and France had listened to their secret service agents instead of new dealing As we also did the world would have been safer for those who believe in democratic government. A real Diplomat is a Man who has been trained to observe conduct himself when abroad in a manner of a guest and keep his superiors advised when the interests of his country Are endangered. That sort of a Man is trained for the Job weight of War vehicles. The numerical Odds against her will be about to to i As they were last december. What the finns Call Narva weather is due soon and that would weight the Odds in their favor. In the deep Snow of Early Winter russians mechanized units will bog Down and the skillful finnish skiers in White uniforms will have the advantage. Also the ice on Finland a lakes is not thick enough until january and february to Bear the mrs. Harry neat Bogle George Murdock Columbus. Hanges in status at one time Finland was part of both Russia and Sweden. It mrs. Became a part of Sweden near the end of the 13th Century and in funeral services were held today 1809, became part of Russia win at her fathers Home. Interment Ning its Freedom and becoming a was in Hamden cemetery. Side glances Republic after the fall of the Czar. By Galbraith Over a period of years. He is not selected because he made a heavy contribution to somebody Campaign. Not surprising the popularity of Lake Hope in the Zaleski Park May have proven surprising to Many persons but not to those Wiio understand How Many persons Are hungry for Outing spots. Thousands of persons have visited the Zaleski reservation this year who probably could not afford to go Long distances. Finland can expect Little help from other countries. An official of the German government Here Pri lately reports his country is unwilling to help Finland in the event of another russian invasion. La says Finland has not been properly grateful for German assistance in her fight for Independence that was 23 years ago. The first biography of Eleanor Roosevelt will he published on her birthday this year. But that is an Accident. Ruby Black Washington newspaper woman and author of the Book was curious to know Why her the state conservation leaders know All the publishers had decided to bring it out on oct. La less answers about the urge of people to escape the than 8 my nth before the presidential elections humdrum for a few hours or a few Days to see in second thought she decided the publishers new things and new people. The Ohio program put licit Wise to pick mrs. Roosevelt birthday for lakes and Parks has been slow in develop ment but wherever a new reservation is set up it soon swarms with people. Even the tiny Roadside Parks Are being utilized by thousands. It will be several years before Ohio has As Good fishing As some surrounding states but within the next decade this state will have Many places where the sportsman can realize his ambition to take a string of real game fish. In the meantime the picnic and camping idea will continue to gain in popularity and it May even result in bringing visitors from other states. That is the regular sequence when one state attends to its conservation problem and neighbouring states play politics with the fees paid by sportsmen. And wrote them a congratulatory note about it. They answered saying they had t know n it was mrs. Roosevelt birthday. They always publish their books on Friday and got. La just happened to be the first Friday open on their schedule. Detroit prettiest girl is also a swimming Champion which Means that after All these years Atlantic City finally will see a bathing Beauty. The Rible is the Learned Many a masterpiece the ignorant Many a dictionary the Wise Many a Mary Baker Eddy. The nazis need High tides to Start their Blitzkrieg. The tides Are the Only thing Adolf does t want to get out i Gle you Only when you turn around there a nobody there. Dale Appleby Felt it too. He Lay slumped on his spine in one of the overstuffed chairs near the fireplace. Even with his Chest sunken his head propped Forward by the Back of the chair his body showed the sturdy virile contour of an athlete. His Blond hair was Cut High at the temples and the tightly drawn skin of his Cheeks the gently twitching Muscles in his face gave him a patrician air. Quot its no use Rhoda a Dale said softly. A i just went Over the whole matter again with Sayler in his study. I stay broke until he feels like turning Over the Money. And my mothers will is airtight. The girl let her head Roll Back on the divan that her Rich Black hair sparkled in the electric glow. Her deep Brown eyes examined the ceiling. Her Ivory Chiffon gown billowed out around her stirring faintly like a clump of fragile bubbles whenever the Breeze sighed through the room. A a it ought to be a Good will Rhoda Waters said. He wrote it. Your Stepfather May be Rotten but he a a Good a Good enough to keep me pauper and there a not one blessed thing i can do about Rhoda a eyes brightened and her lips curved into a tiny smile a yes there is. There a one Way. A what a a murder Dales head snapped up and his eyes fastened on Rhoda but he did no to seem to hear her. A is no to there a clause in your mothers will that gives you the Money automatically if your beloved Stepfather Dies a Dale laughed uneasily. A there to my love. But the suggestion coming from you startled me a Rhoda rested her elbows on her Knees and propped her Chin with the Palms of her hands. A ooh. Dale. What a the use you know Why he wont let you have the Money. He hates me. He does no to want you to marry Dale lighted a cig Aret and flicked tobacco particles from his White mess jacket. Quot you know that a not the real reason Darling. Its an excuse. He a greedy and he nodded toward the Man and woman sitting near the Broad French windows across the room. Quot they re his victims too. So is George Barbour who a in Saylers Den right now. This whole affair tonight asking All of us to dinner and torturing us with his hostile Courtesy ifs All part of the whole ugly had married Martin Sayler three years after her first husband died. She died four years later when Dale was 20. Sayler had drawn her last testament and under his influence. She had specified that Sayler was to hold Dale legacy until her son became 21�?or until in Saylor opinion Dale was responsible enough to handle his own Fortune. Rhoda reached Over and took a cig Aret from the Coffee table before her. A i suppose i ought to Tell you Dale i saw Sayler the other Day. He asked me to come Over. He told me you would never get any of the Money As Long As you went around with me. He called me a a color rushed into Dales Cheeks. Quot Why the contemptible a he stopped abruptly. The other couple was standing Over them. Dale sprang to his feet until the Blond woman seated herself on the far end of the divan. A i wish head get it Over with whatever he wants a Hazel lighten said. Quot in a getting she have been much older than 30. She was still pretty but her excessive make up and the Dull Platinum of her hair made her seem somewhat older. Winslow m a r d e 11 remained standing. The Corner of his Mouth curled up to meet one end of his thin Mustache. He placed one hand on Hazel a shoulder. A you know what he wants. Its the payoff Isnit it dear old Uncle Martin wants to Welch and i m betting he gets away with Hazel flared. A i talk about belching if i were you you re not Here to play chess with the old master. If the Grapevine has it straight there a a Little matter of some gambling a Quot that a my business a said Wardell coldly. Quot mine and Saylers. Well manage to settled a Mardell stopped Short. In the Broad arched doorway on the South Side of the room stood two men almost exactly the same height. George Barbour smiled. It was a weak smile. No one responded. So he let his flabby Cheeks drop into their natural position. He pulled a handkerchief from his breast pocket and dabbed at perspiration along the fringe of his thinning Gray hair. But no one was interested in Barbour. The others were watching the Man who stood beside him. His body was More solid than Barbour a and suggested strength and utter determination. Shaggy eyebrows half concealed the steely glint in his eyes. A How cozy everyone looks Quot Martin Sayler said. Mardell stepped Forward. Quot Are you ready to see me now a he demanded. Sayler grabbed Barbour sarm and led him into the room. A a in la see you at the proper time. There a no need to hurry. I want All of you to enjoy his smile was almost Savage. Barbour let his ample body Sag slowly Down into a Blue mohair chair. Sayler remained standing in the Center of the drawing room. His shoulders were Ben Back rigid but his head Hung Forward at a slight Angle. A George and i have just had a Little Chat. Very pleasant a Sayler said. Quot we be settled lots of Denly his jaw clenched tightly. A very Well a you asked for a turned to Hazel Leighton. A a in be a Long distance Call to make. It should take about to minutes. Imi see you after he wheeled and walked briskly out of the room. From where Rhoda was still standing she could see him walk across the reception Hall and shut the wide Oaken door of his study behind him. A a a George Barbour had slumped into his chair. His Teeth clenched an unlighted Cigar. Quot i think id better be running he said. But he made no move to leave. Mardell came Over and stood before the plump Little Man. A want to talk about it George a a sometime a plenty. Not just now. In a not up to Hazel Leighton kept consulting her wrist watch. After a while sprang to her feet. Quot in a going in. He can t keep me waiting. Twenty minutes have passed its 9 30 she strode out of the room. Mardello eyes followed her. A and the condemned woman marched into the death chamber with a look of Defiance on her face a he intoned. Dale frowned. A i done to think you re very funny tonight Mardell. Apparently you done to quite grasp a a scream Cut him Short. For a moment no one stirred. No one a quite sure what it was. Across the hallway Rhoda could see Hazel clinging to the opened doorway of the study. Quot it Hazel a she gasped. Dale was on his feet. He dashed across the Broad dining room with the others on his heels. At the Entrance to Saylers Den Hazel stood unsupported now her face looking grotesquely Ashen. A a what a the matter a Dale asked. A what happened a and then he saw. They All saw. The men stood rooted to the floor and gaped. Rhoda sought Dales hand and Clung to it ferociously. In the Middle of the dimly lighted study Lay Martin Sayler his leg crumpled beneath him his face pressed Flat against the Sand coloured Rug. Next to the inert body a widening Pool of blood caught the faint rays of the desk lamp in one Corner and glistened gruesomely. To a continued Sharpsburg couple w de at of. Hermon Church Sharpsburg or. Oren Wolf and miss Myrta Mcgrew Wert United in marriage at the my Hermon u. B. Parsonage by Rev. Charles p. Taylor. Twenty relatives and friends witnessed tha marriage and afterwards went to the Bride Home where they were served ice Cream and cake by the Bride Mother. A an<1 mrs. Warren Hanson and or. And mrs. Joshua Sowers Aue tided the Home coming at Bethany sunday. Or. And d. N. Mulford and children Wilma and John and Lura Hanson spent the week end with or. And mrs. William Hailey Cheshire. Wilma remained for a few Days visit. Or. And mrs. Will Mayles of Glouster and or. And mrs. Andrew Boston of Chesterhill spent Sun Croston and mrs Howard just think Tom a of All the millions of girls in the world you be made me the happiest Quot miss Opal Kerns and miss fran spent wednesday with mrs. Thelma Mulford. Mrs. Lucille Brooks spent Satur a Gering with relatives at sugar Creek. Hull rss Kerns and children Ned and Carole Jean Columbus spent sunday with the formers parents or. And mrs. C. B Kerns. Miss Wilma Mulford visited Rel Anes in Parkersburg wednesday. Of the tray she. Tho. Had tag. Why Don vyv Alfh i and Day a Eiith to fallen into the clutches of the Man your bloody business a or Robert Grimes and Raml who now sat in her quae meting Sayler piercing eyes were lev 2?, Betl it a attended the out his punishment. Dale Mother eled on Dale for a moment Sud the Camp Meetins w of i Rhoda sprang to her feet. A Why scheme. Sayler can t just exact his do you have to do this to us who Pound of flesh. He a got to watch do you have to torture can this victims writhe in you just get it Over with a tears then we can t Ever be mar glistened on her Cheeks ried. Dale. Not until he a out of is the Way at for a moment Dale was silent. Quot maybe there a a Way. There must had thrown he some answer. The Money is around her there no need to get hysterical. Sayler said coldly. Dale had risen with Rhoda and a protective. Quivering shoulders. Date was thinking of his Mother ing you a what a of a Are i ill Quot

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