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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Bakersfield, California Las edition Complete associated press leased wire the great newspaper of the Southern san Joaquin Valley Eull Ano exclusive United press report vol. Flu 12 pages Bakersfield California monday december 12. 1932 two sections no. I Allbritain May not pay Deg. 15 debt amp declare aet would peril children and enrich Brewers claim 2.75 pct. Is intoxicating organization asserts it represents 10,000,000 of Tenter sex i Nitro pre inned Quot Wirt \1 Armington Der. 12.�? Mem a hers of the women a National committee for Law enforcement raised their voices in the Halls of Congress today to denounce legalization of Beer tis a measure Whit h would bring widespread drunkenness in its Wake imperil their children and enrich the Brewers at the expense of the nations moral and i Ono Mac welfare. The witnesses led Lay mrs. Henry w. Peabody claimed to represent 10,000.000 organized women. The y presented medical Tea i Tymony denying the claim of wets that 2.75 or 3 Sui. La h Beer is no intoxicating. They challenged also the estimates of anti prohibitionists As to the amount of Revenue a Beer tax would yield. The women opened the dry argument against modification before the House ways and Means committee which inst week heard proponents of Beer and wine. Fear Constitution mrs. Peabody sounded the keynote of the women s argument Quot we have Only one desire to prot it t our Constitution which is the supreme Law that it May continue to protect our Homes and children and peer caused 30 per cent of pre prohibition drunkenness they charged. Regarding the intoxicating qualities of 2.75 per cent Beer she quoted or. Howard a Kelly of Johns Hopkins medical school. T a my Earnest conviction is that one half of one per be is the Safe limit for alcohol in beverages a mrs. Peabody said that for Beer touring in the Revenue claimed by wets j a everybody men women and children would have to drink several Gallons quotes late doctor Wiley mrs. Harvey m. Wiley widow of tin late noted food and drug expert. To in ted him in follows in regard to 2.75 j per cent Beer a in my opinion i have no doubt of that fact that it is intoxicating. It continue it in on a age pleven 111 of san. Davis comment by will Rogers Beverly Hills. Dec. 12. To the editor of the Bakersfield californian big football game�?100,-000 of us sit there in the cold and picked up what Little pneumonia there was left. Give a californian a football or an Orange and a knows More things to do with it than a Harvard Guy does a dictionary. Notre Dame had a Fine team but after taking one look at that California line should have started pm throwing Forward passes before they got off the train. I would have sent players up in the stands to grab off passes. Pittsburg is coming out to play this team new years in what we humorously Call our a Rose Well its a Nice trip out Here and California will play their chamber of Commerce against pm the first half. Would have brought Colgate but every body out Here thought they was a toothpaste team off the radio. Yours. Will Rogers. Iwo Helo in Stimson promptly rejects Bakersfield is visited England a latest proposal by heaviest Snow in Herriot assails americans years and traffic is but will pay conditionally delayed in mountains in York Bahle reinstatement of official is forced on gov. Bolli by us. Government v nit re pre leaned wire Sacramento dec. 12.�?george York ousted chief of the Federal state marketing new service today was reinstated in his position by Dudley Moulton director of the state department of agriculture. The action wan announced by Moulton following a conference with governor Dolph in which the governor disclosed a letter received from Secretary of agriculture Arthur m. Hyde which said Quot or. Nils a. Olsen chief of the Barenti of agricultural economics has placed before me a statement of the facts hearing upon this situation. A it appears to me his objections to the action taken and the attitude shown by director Moulton Are Well founded. To it Adin it a agricultural interests in California have expressed their entire satisfaction with the Maline in which these co operative services have been conducted and approved the position taken by the Bureau in the matter. A i Hope that it will not be necessary to disrupt these co operative activities which appear to have been so valuable to the agricultural interests of your governor hoi us replied that he had instructed director Moulton to to straighten out the matter satisfactorily to the Federal department of agriculture and tile organizations a in i by hid reinstatement of York climaxed a bitter Row that a doped when Moulton ousted York on charges of insubordination. Effect Law december i farm organizations of the state and leading farm interests protested the action until to nor Roupli was led to make a personal Appeal to president Hoover through his Secretary Lawrence hit. To i. Edward do Larm Ralph Dunlap detained As witnesses w. J. Guy to Faue murder charge Millers aver suspects Alibi has been greatly weakened by Norman b Deuel a Nitro lorm crated it ire i Ong Beach. Dec. 12.�?two Al Ibl witnesses upon whom William James Guy depended to prove his innocence in the murder of Walter wander Well Don Juan Soldier of Fortune were taken into custody As material witnesses today. Their detention dosed a week end devoted by police to an investigation of Guy s Alibi that lie was in Glendale 30 Miles away when a mystery our stranger hoarded the Schooner i yacht Carina Here last monday night sought out inn Derwelis and Fichot him dead. The witnesses Edward de Jirm. Free Lance aviator and Haigh Dunlap Mechanic were detained after police announced that Guys Alibi had been a materially faces murder charge a formal complaint charging Guy handsome Young wanderer with the murder was to be issued today. He had been held As a suspect since wednesday night after a possible motive for the killing involving a quarrel with wander Well during to Weir adventures had been ascribed to him. De Barm and Dunlap were held after police questioned two Quot mystery witnesses and two Glendale youths who were calling upon do Lurma a daughter Juanita the night of Tho murder when Guy said he was in the de Laura Home. Mystery witnesses the a mystery witnesses a whose names were not revealed were said to have refused to commit themselves As to whether they could identify Guy As the Man seen near the Carina members of the co operative Crew bound for a South sea adventure when wander Well was killed said they had never seen Guy. Pollee said Iii of the Glendale boys Tommy a Ridgeford admitted in had fabricated a Story designed to Aid Guys Alibi Tai,1 us i kind of liked Guy Aud did to want to. Burt the boys repudiation of a previous Story that it saw Guy asleep when he visited tile de earn House materially weakened Quot the murder sits i a i 1 1 -1 a -1. A 1 a t j i. 1 a i. Knew lie want Thorn but i did t want to Tell a was quoted i confirm run Page pleven i lady Nancy is perturbed i Nitro pre tented mire Charlottesville va., dec. 12.�?lady Nancy Astor blames pol. Itic ians for the United states governments insistence on collecting debt payments from great Britain. The former virginian said in an address Here that when she returned to England a i will have to explain that americans Are the most generous people in the world and want to do the right thing. It is not their fault but the fault of those who Lead them. A i Pray god that the incoming government in this country will have a new vision on the debt problem. You Are not going to get Industry going until the debts Are wiped out Quot lady Nancy declared. Late bulletin Washington dec. 12. It. Pm a new and fundamental clash Between British and american views in mar debts placed in doubt tonight the payment of $95,-550,000 that London owes on december 15. Ruins sleet and blizzard temperature drops Low leave Trail of dead storm however is Over country welcomed Here Al nex wednesday Sef for january 9 four outlaws slay a a Oci ated pre treated wire it i liar new Vouk dec. Heir i of Umi a United Staten senator James j. Davis on Federal lottery and conspiracy voted pre treated m ire charges today was set for january 3. Similar charges against the Western it shores Mich. Dec. Union Telegraph company arum three 12. Four Young robber invaded an tithers wet set for tile in me Day. One alleged Spak any Here a Quot Day shot Anil of the cases will have to he again killed one Man and wounded a woman postponed. A co defendants with senator Davis they fled toward Detroit in a Walt director general of the do a i order of Jug automobile after looting the Cash Moose Are Theodore a Miller. Der Register Nard c. Mcguire and Raymond Walsh. The dead Man a identified Ai Mcguire was convicted and Walsh xviii Ion Marshall Roseville. Mich was acquitted on lottery charges last others wounded when the bandits week which involved the fraternal Nief resistance and opened fire were order of eagles. Conrad to. Matin. Mrs Amy Eraser 34, St. Glair president of the Kansas City Chain shores kor nov rail to. Flint. Mich be of Commerce and Frank e. Her Balter Webb 33 Detroit and George ing. Editor of the eagles Magazine r j6e 40 Detroit tiny were rushed also were convicted in this Cense. O St Hospital it. Clem a eats Mich. The weather san Francisco Hay Region fair and continued cold tonight and tuesday moderate to fresh northerly winds. Northern California fair and continued cold tonight and tuesday except snows in extreme South portions tonight moderate East to North winds offshore. Sierra Nevada fair Ani continued cold tonight and tuesday fresh East to North winds. Sacramento and Santa Clara Willeys fair and continued cold tonight and tuesday moderate to fresh northerly winds. San Joaquin Valley fair and continued cold tonight and tuesday. Except snows in extreme South portion today and tonight. Moderate northerly winds. Southern California rain Aud colder tonight arid tuesday Clearing tuesday snows in mountains and Foothills St rot g shifting winds offshore today and tonight becoming northerly tuesday. Stimson is pleased by Germany s aet i Tori a i re pre rated wire Washington Doc. 12.�?Secretary i Stimson expressed gratification today that Germany has consented to reenter the disarmament conference at Geneva and told newspaper men he had hoped for some real achievement i in the Way of reduction of armament i expenditures. Winnie Ruth Judd sentenced to hang Attori ated preen wire it Phoenix \riz., dec. 12.�?winnie Ruth Judd s last chant for of before the Hustle of Arizona was lost late today when the state supreme court ordered Lier to be hanged it it a be id i. February 17, 1333 and denied her Appeal. New Aerial record i Tot int cd Prene tended mire j Bella. Angola Africa. De a 12.�?delayed about fix hours by fog which for a d her to turn Back Amy Johnson Mollis ii who i so King a Cap town i Ondon flight record took off at 4 ?0 a. In 11 30 Tani. In. S. To sunday for Dun la Cameroon. The aviatrix left Moss Amedea Southwest Africa at to n. In. Last night expecting to make her next mop at Duala. Stie passed Over this town but was unable to get through fog beyond Rugito and turned Back. Here. She was Well ahead of her schedule when Slie left Moa amedes her first Stop after the Takeoff at Cape town sunday. She hoped to beat her own record time of 4 Days 17 hours and 13 minute. For the flight Between England and Cape town. Mrs. Mollison set this record novem her is when she arrived in Cape town j heating the Mark established by her husband Captain j. A. Molison. By More than to hours. Holdup Man shot and Likely to die associated Prest rated h re Skal Brach. Calif., dec. 12.�?an i unidentified Holdup Man of about 25 years was shot and perhaps fatally wounded Early today by Carl Maloney service station operator who Hail been kidnapped by the Bandit and forced to drive into the signal Hill District. As the Bandit began searching Malone for his Money Malone pulled out an automatic which he had in a shoulder Holster and shot the Man in the Abdomen. The Bandit was ent oved to the a aside Hospital Long Bench where it said he probably would die. Proposals uni course to be pursued will be announced knifed pre rated m ire Jondon Dee. 12.�?debate on the general question of War debts will Start in the House of commons on wednesday Stanley Baldwin aiding prime minister announced in the House today. An appropriate statement explaining the government s policy will he made probably by Neville Chamberlain Chancellor of the exchequer. He said. Baldwin s announcement dignified that the government had yielded to the insistent demands of Guiv Kef lans Bury lather Leader and members of other parties that a general War debt debate tie Beld be fur the december to payment is made the government previously had hoped to get through without debate having made up its mind to pay. Prime minister a Ramsay Macdonald returned from Geneva at 3 52 p. In. Vatican urges u. S. To insist on disarmament Vatican it it. Dec. P. A v. P c the United states must insist on disarmament lit return for any Concession to Europe Ort War debt.-. Cusser Vatore Romano off i cd i Organ said today in an article reviewing the War debt claims. Quot the sacrifices requested of the i if be la ill. Rented from the cause of peace and i Sui it tin article said. Sixth s. F. Woman leaps to her death a i nit re pres a Ini ire san Francisco Dee. 12 pollen lost another race yesterday to prevent a woman from leaping to her death from the roof of a building mis Elinor Lyons 45. Climbed to tile roof of Ber apartment building and leaped three stories to re Street below b. Fore a police ear. Racing to the scene could arrive. She died almost instantly. Relative said the woman had been despondent Over ill health. A Check of police record disclosed that miss Lyons was the sixth person to jump from a roof top to death Here in less than two month. By Joseph h. Baird la in ted pre rated. La ire a i Ashington dec. 12. Hic Briti Sli Anie rican debt the Bate reached u crisis today Atter a Swift and dramatic Exchange of new notes. London offered to payk9a,f>r>0,0 0 next thursday conditionally. Secretary of slate Stimson promptly rejected the conditions Ireat Britain seemed to face a Choice Between unconditional payment and default Futor Stimson had refused to take tile payment its an Advance instalment under u future licht agreement. Be insisted the Biomy must apply on Britain a debt As funded in 1923. Congressional reaction supported him. Never in recent diplomatic history have two Powers exchanged views on a major problem so quickly As did America and Britain. Stimson had just finished his sunday dinner urn prepared for a quiet afternoon when sir Ronald Lindsay British ambassador called at Woodley Stimson estate with the British note. Prompt reply framed Stimson hurried at once to the state department summoned Secretary of the Treasury Mills and assistant Secretary of state Bundy called in a corps of stenographers and began work on his reply. Light blazed from a score of windows in the cold Gray state department As Bureau chiefs clerks and stenographers were called from sunday naps. Stimson Ami Mills puffed at the or cigars Anil dictated. Stenographers made draft after draft at 7 35 p. In., Stimson and Mills finished the final draft. Shunning a trip Over ice covered ground to the White House just across the Street they telephoned the text to president Hoover. Ii approved it. The secretaries heaved a sigh of the Lief hurried into their overcoats ind left for their belated Din u.s.p0licy draws Eire. Of Premier Hoover und nation Vii crazy attacked in speech in French chamber i Attori ated pre rated hire i Paris. Hee. 12.�?Premier Herriot 1 blaming All Europe s debts troubles on the Hoover moratorium of Imp told the chamber of deputies today inn government proposes to pay with reservations tile i "0,Otto, debt instalment due the United states thursday. Quot this is my interpretation of the Hoover moratorium Quot he said. Of Tho United states did not want to concern itself with the problem of reparations or. Hoover should not have become involved in it. He should a have allowed Germany itself to ask for the moratorium provided in the Young these statement l ame in the course of an i of the history of the i debts Issue. U. S. Policies assailed the Premier criticized other departments of the american foreign policy i beginning with the refusal of Congress to approve the Lea gut of nations As sponsored by president Wilson. A the United states a lie said Quot never took its rightful place at t it t Ilde in the Council of i i Insi item Amel ii i i a inc it i lived in Hie reparations problem when of allowed Charlesti. Daw and Owen i. Young to Frame the reparations plans which Bear their names. The misunderstandings which hive Arisen Between franc and the United states since the armistice in said resulted from the fact that flu cart of guarantee arranged to Emu pm in the treaty of Versailles and which was to have been signed by Hie United states and a rent Britain Lias become null and he raised i. Hand to still the applause. Lambast America moreover in went on Quot we did not have the Joy of receiving the United states into the league of nations these Are some of the is by difficulties which have influenced Svei Dii to a it it it. A the Hoover moratorium. A Aid the Premier Cost France �16,500.-000 England. £3,700,000 Belgium. £2,400,000 and Italy �1.800.000 a a Trot lated Greet rated la ire w7intfk struck at the nation a premature again today with subzero temperatures Snow. Rain Ami sleet leaving a Trail of dead. Slippery streets and roads accounted for most of the deaths in traffic accidents. Pennsylvania alone reported la persons killed when min following the heaviest snowfall of the season made travelling a hazardous task. The East had snows and rain yesterday with prospects for More while ruin and fog held Sway Over the South. Residents of the fur West Rocky Mountain states and portions of the mid West shivered in temperatures Well below Zero during the night. In san Francisco it was the coldest in 2 years with a temperature Reading of 27 above Zero. And the cold wave extended with Snow As far South a Sun Diego. 19 degrees below Denver looked at that registered from 11�?T to 13 below while Montana reported its sixth successive subzero today. At Georgetown Jike near Anaconda it was w bios the mid went was blanketed with Snow and there was More on the Way. Lincoln neb., reported 3 below Zero Anil Tiow North Dakota readings were to to 12 below brought numerous with three killed Michigan reported traffic occident sleet in Indiana traffic accidents near Westfield one death in a while four were by skidding automobiles in Cli Dunn of Liers. Stimson meanwhile had telephoned Lindsay to meet him at Woodley. There less than six hours after Tho British note was received Stimson placed the reply lit the ambassador s hands. A new Speed record in diplomacy had been established. Two reasons for haste two reasons for St i is in Rush yearned apparent. First. The deadline Oil payment is Mil tin. To. Y away and he wanted to apprise Lindon of continued Vagi pm even z i a in firmed pre Pratt i ram unti a i in 12. A. A a. I a depart Radii in. Quot pc i d a 1 a hire �?�4 governor insurance Ami a Quot at the i time then a talk of a and disarmament a lie is id. Quot when link Between debts i have the right to do not meet Rill require Law and fail to pay judg Rolph to Pardon 200 violators of stale s dry Law a cited a re rated wire1 san Francisco. Dec. 12.�? decision of California voters to repeal the state liquor Law will result in Freedom wednesday for 200 state liquor Law violators. Pardons were ready today for the signature of governor James Roth. The clemency acts will liberate All liquor Law violators in the 58 California counties. No pardons will be issued to violators serving terms in san Quintin and Folsom prisons. A i will sign the pardons wednesday As soon As the vote repealing the Wright act stale prohibition Law is certified Quot said the governor. Continued on Page ten printers voting for week of five Days f ii t Ai per penned wire1 i Indiana Colis de. 12. With votes tabulated represent ing one third of the membership of tin file Day week proposal. International typographical Union officials today announced tin plan was favored by 14,-007 and opposed by 5490. Charles in. Howard president said i 19,754 ballots from 32 Large local unions have been counted together there Are some 700 locals. Two desperadoes escape sin sin t Nuemi cd preen rated la ire Ossi Simco. Be. V., dec. 13.�?two desperadoes escaped Early today from the new Section of King sing prison which had been considered Quot escape the men. John Egan and William Hutton both of Manhattan Cut the massive Sloe liars of their coils crept on Felt soles to a mess Hall bound a trusty on duty there and a a Kiel is foot outer Wall v us t Tolan Usu via. Latties that meats of the inertia. Quot i hat had kicks against the stat insurance department for permitting such companies to operate a tile governor said. Quot now Well go to the Bottom of this mutter and find out about the thing for which i am being at tacked politically. Quot i Arn told the Stuie insurance de part int i of which insurance com Iniss loner in. Forest Mitchell is head is permitting Hies co Ria ii is to operate when they hate impaired capitalization arum Don t pay judgments awarded by the courts Quot i Ain told such procedure inc got ten to he a regular Racket. The companies that ire operating legally Are kicking about it. Something has got to in done immediate let to Correct the name administrator for Reynolds estate 4-. Ated ret i i it la of in a York. Dec. 12. Surrogate a. Foley today Point a the guaranty Trust company of new York As temporary administrator of the estate of Smith Reynolds tobacco heir tending the birth of a child to hit widow Libby Holman Reynolds. As a result Reynolds will executed a barfly before i marring to i Holman Anil which did not provide for Lier. Will not a probated until after the birth of the child and the a a on a apis jut a Tun Trdla ii to protect the i cil Llu a Luis Viji la the Ciliate. Kilted Ohio near Gallipolis obit Point pleasant w. A was drowned in the Ohio River when he slipped on til icy deck of a steam r and fell into Hie Stream. Heavy Snow Falls Over Southland Loh Ang Kliss. Dec. 12. A pm from the mountains to the sea Snow fell in Southern California today in Norm places with the Force of a blizzard even in tile normally mild lowlands. Wakening to it a Down that chilled the blood Beach residents of Santa Monica were amazed to find flakes of Snow falling on the rim of the Pacific seventy Miles Inland in the City of Riverside heart of the Citrus Empire where the West is supposed to grow oranges Iii a warm clime for the freezing. Snowbound East a Bone Hilling wind roaring Down from tin Frozen Mountain peaks brought a snowstorm that would have done credit to Havre Mont. Ting flakes began failing at i a ii and of they Hail not melted weather observers said the fall probably would have measured Between three and four inches in less than four hours. In i is Angeles the Day was anything but Runny and More like Early Winter along the new coast. Continued on Page Grerr i Borah urges Abs of Grace by la. S. T inc i lated pre i in a a ii hire by a Sill in Iti a Vin in vol of 3 0, to Mexico As a an a net of Grace Quot for the killing of a Niello Cortez Rulo relative of former president rub and Manuel Gomez near Ani 1 Mort okla., last year was proposed in a Resolution today by chairman i Horah of die Senate foreign relations committee. Horah proposed that $15,000 lie Iii id i on account of each death a a an act of Gram and without reference to the question of Legal liability a tin two youth Wen killed june 7, i 1.931, by two Deputy so Riff near i Ardmore i�kla., a. The were return. Ing to Mexico from attending school in this country. A a a i St of troops in Texas held illegal f to item pre rated of ire Washington. De. 12 gov in. Ross Sterling i use of the Quot Tate militia j to enforce his orders re strip. Ting production of crude Oil in i Isi Texas Fields in tile fall Quot of 1331 today was i found by the supreme court to tie an Ini institutional be of i executive i authority. The court affirmed a Federal court injunction decree Chich forbade Shyeh us of Hie state troops. Man burned to death i i Quot Ai a i it. 12. I pander Iii 28, was found burned to Quot death Iii his Cabin near twin Buttes today it it defect in the victim of cold weather which a urn tiny jul Ulutu Valley. I providing a spectacle without. A precedent in the memories of Bakersfield s oldest inhabitant Snow that ranged from i to 6 inches in depth blanketed tills City sunday and today virtually the entire county Lowland und Mountain aria alike still was under a Mantle of White with miniature blizzards raging in the Tejon and Tehachapi District. A Complete Check of Kern county by the Bakersfield californian revealed that while the Snow had choked High Way traffic disrupted air travel and caused minor discomfort none of the could offset the tremendous Benefit of the moisture brought by the storm. Window freezing temperatures Thlu morning chilled the entire Southern wan Joaquin Valley damaging water pipes in Taft and some of the other West hide comm unities where 8 inches of Snow still remained on the ground. Retsina to the automobile club of Southern California indicated that truffle on main highways out of Bakersfield Lias been made hazardous but j not impossible. High winds and continued Snow at Tehachapi and Grapevine resulted in a storm of blizzard proportions this morning and Mads chains a virtual necessity. Moisture on the Ridge route Highway had Frozen in the Lebec and Grapevine areas and the Road was Slick As Glass authorities said. Bakersfield Lias seen Many Snow Sturms old timers said but never one that lasted As Long As did the one just breaking up today. Snow began railing about 3 of clock sunday morning Ami continued spasmodically throughout the Day. Six Inch Snow a tots of 6 Inch fell Iii the oily Kern county land company a weather Bureau said. Rain gauges registered .43 of an Inch if moisture Over the week end bring ing the total for the season to 1.24 inches As compared with 2.83 inches it this Date last year. Ron Dale in a ported .27 of an Inch. Minimum temperature of 28 de Grees 6 degree below freezing was reported in Bakersfield this morning. Minimum sunday waa 30 degrees and maximum 36. Outstanding feature of the storm in 1 this Community however was the Beauty of the snowfall. The citizenry awakened to find Trees sagging under the weight of the flukes roofs inches continued on Page pleven soviet China renew la to nit re pre rated to eel gun Uva de t2. Resumption of diploma t in relations Lief Ween Russia and China was announced today by Maxim , soviet foreign commissar and w. W. Yen Chines Dele gut to the league of nations. The resumption of relations will be immediate Russia broke off relations with Chilla in july 1929. After the Chile had expelled russian officials of the jointly controlled chinese Eastern railway and taken it Over. Advertisers Index Etc Adam 8 tailor. I associated malt company 4 Auto electric and Battery co i automotive service Rake Rodelo funeral Home 4 Hroch Malcolm company 3 Coffee Harry. 2 first Natl rank in Rake ref Flo 12 Fox California Fox theater r fire department dance a Franklin class co a 0ainnb0r0u0m studio. 4 Colden Peacock Beauty 4 Good Piunt or c r a n a 0 a theater hotel Al Tejon h 0 Roll it Paul 4 Kio 0 Brothers radio 3 Kimball a Stone 4 Leroy cordon Beauty a to n 4 a1. M a an furniture company 3 Mont Comery by a h la a company 4 Moss. Sam d a Nile theater j readers Cut hate jewellers 4 r e 0 Lic k s 6 Rix theater a a Rialto theater 8 Springdale Market j Urner Dave 4 Vicario c. Al 4 Virginia theater 6 Weill a. Inc 5 be icky rih a m co a Witham a Rooth

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