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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 12, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 10-Bennington Banner monday August 12, 1963 Aba chief says Federal Power grab slows Economy $1,600 stolen from local restaurant obituaries Chicago apr the president of the american bar association urged today that Congress be asked to curb what he called a grab for Power by Federal administrative agencies that is slowing Down the nation s Economy. Sylvester c. Smith jr., of Newark n.j., also urged americans lawyers to work for tighter enforcement of the criminal Laws and to act More swiftly in matters involving civil rights. A there is every indication that the Federal administrative agencies Are again reached out for Power extending their jurisdiction beyond the intended delegation granted by Congress he said in the president s address opening the Aba s 86th annual meeting. A i have grave doubt that the top executive leaders or leaders in the Congress Are fully aware old Village zoning plan to be aired trustees of the Village of old Bennington will hold a Public hearing tuesday night on a proposed new zoning ordinance for the Village. The hearing one of several Steps required by statute for adoption of a zoning code is set for 8 . At the old Bennington schoolhouse. Under direction of a zoning commission appointed by the trustees a draft of the ordinance was prepared by the equity publishing corp. Of new Hampshire a Legal consulting firm. In line with Legal requirements the commission held its own hearing july 12 after which it turned Over its final recommendations to trustees. After their own hearing trustees will adopt a final draft of the ordinance to be presented to Village voters for approval or rejection. Adoption of a new ordinance stems from Legal advice Given last year to trustees by Village counsel George h. Plumb that the old ordinance first adopted in 1932, was a probably a not valid. An initial attempt at a new code was made by the commission itself. When the ordinance Wras presented for adoption in january voters Felt it to have a number of Short comings and authorize the hiring of Legal assistance to make revisions. While they initially adopted the ordinance at that time they later rescinded it and called for a Complete rewriting of the code by the new Hampshire firm. Psi is food Sale set for Friday the woman a society of the first methodist Church As part of its Effort to raise an additional $500 contribution to the Church will hold a food Sale Friday afternoon on the Lawn of the Church. Mrs. Fred Butler and mrs. Paul Crane Are co chairmen. Women Are asked to have their food there by 1 30 . As the Sale starts at 2. An assortment of homemade pies cakes doughnuts Rolls baked Beans potato salad and other foods will be offered. Of these grasps for Power. But the citizens affected Are aware and alarmed. A the association president said the Public s concept of the organized bar will be lowered if the Aba does not take action on civil rights issues. He added Quot if the bar is to go Forward there must be a uniform concept of the Rule of Law. The Rule of Law cannot mean one thing to one group and something else to another group. A it cannot mean one thing to a governor of a state who has taken a solemn oath of office to uphold the Constitution and enforce the Law and another thing to a group of citizens. It should mean compliance with the final decisions of the courts of the land in any particular municipal court a pro forma plea of not guilty was entered in municipal court this morning for f. Edward Pennington 26, of red Bank n.j., and Allan j. Lusty 28, originally from Kenora ont., both accused in the rape of a local to an and breaking and entering he july 27. Judge George a Fienberg entered the plea for the men to allow them time to obtain counsel. Bail for Pennington and Lusty was set at $10,000 each. Adelor j. Fleury 63, of red Bennington pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to charges of lewd and lascivious conduct with a six year old girl. At a special arraignment last thursday Fleury entered a plea of not guilty. The alleged incident occurred in Bennington aug. 2. The court ordered an examination for the respondent who is represented by atty. Reuben Levin at the state mental Hospital in Waterbury. Contempt of court charges were lodged against David g. Johnson 21, of North Bennington for failing to pay a Fine imposed by the court on june 12 for operating a motor vehicle with plates not assigned. Johnson was fined $30.10 on contempt count. He had been placed on probation when he could not pay the previous Fine but had failed to make proper payments and was brought into court this morning on a Bench warrant. William f. Slade 24, of Bennington was Given a four to six months suspended sentence at the House of correction at Windsor for breach of peace. The charges to which Slade pleaded guilty involved beating of his wife. Pleading guilty to passing a car on a curve when the Way was not Clear was Raymond p. Pis Ter of Adams mass. The court fined Pfister $25.10 for the offence which occurred aug. 2 on . 7 immediately South of the Bennington Village limits. Tho Gars iodide a two car collision was reported by Bennington Village police about 4 50 sunday afternoon near the Corner of North and Gage streets. A 1962 Buick Sedan driven by Henry w. Crossman or. Of Ticonderoga ., had stopped for the red Light at the Corner police said when a 1960 rambler Sedan driven by Andrew Wajgel of Toronto ont., Slid into the rear of Crossman s car. Both vehicles were travelling North. Playground chatter Western Day cowboys ranchers indians and Papoose really brought Back the a old West Friday As memorial Park observed a Western Park a ranch hands constructed corrals ranches and Tepee Early Friday morning before indians and cowboys a Rode Herd on the premises. A newly appointed sheriff and posse visited the double t and bar x ranches and the Cherokee Indian Village. They awarded prizes and ribbons to the Best costumed participants Best cowboys in show a Bob Knight Keith Hoyt and Junior 6 transistor portable radio Only m4�?T5 $1.00 weekly powerful compact Complete with Battery ear phone carrying Case Fienberg a 447 main St. Bennington it. Hathaway prettiest Indian princesses a Susan Keough Laura Atkins and Debbie Morse Best Indian Papoose a Wilene Riley Peggy Lacroix and Cathy Walker most original Indian Jim Lacroix Michelle Harrington and Brian Ulrich Best cowgirl a Kathy and Joan Peterson Kathy Ranzona and Jim Peterson most unusual costume a Wynne 49�?Ter Metcalfe and Brent to gallon hat Metcalfe. Games and relay races took place in the afternoon with All boys and girls receiving Candy bars. The playground staff thanks mrs. Louella Wilson of Wilson s dude ranch for donating a horse to the Park for the afternoon to make it possible for approximately too boys and girls to ride Western style. Cheryl Annie Oakley Comstock Rode Dixie from the dude ranch to the playground. Miss Oakley was escorted by John Marshall Bill Hickok Sausville on the Trail ride. The two then supervised the Saddle Riding for the Many youngsters. Guy Ottaviano and John Leray captured honors in the shuffleboard tournament held recently at the Stark Street playground while Dennis Ayres was the Victor in the Ping Pong tournament. Prizes awarded to the winners included a miniature trophy and free passes to the Harte theatre. Theater passes were donated by mrs. Donald Abrams theater manager. A Peanut Hunt is in store for memorial Park and Stark St. Playground youngsters some morning this week. The exact Date will remain a secret so that the Peanut hiders May elude the pea nut seekers. Back to school miss Mary Meagher and mrs. Shirley Salter teachers at North Bennington elementary school consider a problem in one of three thick books that will be used by 37 Bennington area teachers during a two week modern mathematics workshop organized by the Bennington Southwest school District that began this morning at the Molly Stark school. The workshop will be conducted by or. Ann c. Peters standing professor of mathematics at Keene state College of the University of new Hampshire. Topics that the course in new concepts in mathematics will Deal with Are number systems intuitive geometry and concepts of algebra. Staff photo Buckler 1,100 new England negroes May March in rights protest Boston apr More than 1,100 negroes from Massachusetts Rhode Island Maine Vermont and new Hampshire Are currently expected to participate in the civil rights March on Washington aug. 28, according to spokesmen associated with the National association for the advancement of coloured people. The present Outlook is for some 32 buses. Separate groups travelling in private automobiles expect to continue to Washington in buses boarded at Chevy Chase my. The a act in Boston today estimated Massachusetts participants in the demonstration will total 1,000. The Massachusetts groups for whom Archie Epps is coordinator expect to use 26 buses. The a act said that one bus for the unemployed will be provided by the american jewish Congress in Honor of Crispus Attucks a Boston negro reputed to have been the first person killed in a pre revolution clash with British troops in 1770. Chairman and vice chairman respectively of the Massachusetts delegation will be the Rev. James Breeden a protestant episcopal Clergyman and Bill Russell athlete and member of Hoosick regrut squad Host to by. District Hoosick Falls A the town of Hoosick Rescue squad played Host sunday afternoon for a meeting of representatives of District 2, new York state Volunteer ambulance and first Aid association. Seven squads out of the nine in the District were represented. Plans were discussed for the state convention which is being sponsored by the District sept. 12, 14, at the Van curler hotel in Schenectady. Allio districts of the state of new York will take part in the convention. It will include a workshop Parade first Aid contest which May be attended by the Public. An anticipated feature of the convention which is worthy of viewing by any interested persons according to members of the local squad is a a bleeding Man Equine which will be loaned by the . Navy for the occasion and demonstrates an abdominal wound. During the business sessions attended by the delegates state officers for the coming year will be elected. New officers of District 2 were installed at sundays session by state president Robert Chase of the Clifton Park half Moon squad. Refreshments were served by the local unit with Robert Hebert As chairman. The Rescue squad will hold its regular meeting aug. 21 when or. Richard Fabricius of the orthopaedic associates of the Putnam memorial Hospital staff will be guest speaker. The meeting will begin at 8 . And the Public is Welcome. I in Al an ii Alii i Aas Hihi up Loup Trail Adams mass. Apr two Maryland students left Massachusetts highest Mountain Peak today and headed for the Green mountains of Vermont. When on sept. 9�?according to their present plans a they reach Mountain Kathadin in Maine they will have walked the 2,050-mile appalachian Trail. They set out from Georgia june 7. Paul Gebhard and Jim Fox said everything went Fine except when they were pursued into North Carolina by an affectionate Bear. The pair Are from Landover md., and the University of Maryland. The Boston celtics professional basketball team. Plans Call for a minister to act As Captain of the group on each bus. A act branches in Providence Newport and Woonsocket ., said the number of persons joining in the demonstration from Rhode Island is As yet Uncertain. Spokesmen for the Providence Branch saw a likelihood that three busloads might travel from that state each capable of carrying 39 persons. Leaders will include John e. Maddox and George s. Lima president and vice president of the Providence Branch. Two groups in Vermont have chartered buses and the a act chapter in Burlington says it is hiring a third bus. Leaders include poet William j. Smith of the faculty of Williams College in Massachusetts and former Wir endian Liers totes Iii Congress recorded Washington apr How new England members of Congress were recorded on recent major Roll Call votes Senate on javits r-.,amendment, tabled 44-37, to put ban on Grants to racially segregated hospitals into $5,494,627,250 appropriations Bill for labor and welfare departments for tabling a Kennedy d-mass., Muskie a Maine Pastore d ., Pell d Against a Aiken r-vt., Cotton ., Dodd d-Conn., Mcintyre d-n.h., Ribicoff do Onn. Smith r Maine. Not voting Prouty r vt., Saltonstall a mass. On Proxmire d wis., amendment rejected 27-58, Tocu same Bills by $95 million for Dodd. Against Cotton Kennedy Mcintyre Muskie Pell b i c o f of Smith. Not voting a Aiken Pastore Prouty Saltonstall. House on passage 334-57, of Bill authorizing appropriations of $5,-237,119,400 for National aeronautics and space administration for Bates r mass., Boland d-mass., Burke d-mass., Cleveland r n.h., Conte a mass. Daddario d-Conn.,Donohue, d-mass., Fogarty d-., Giaimo d Conn., Rabowski d Conn., Keith r mass., Mcintire a Maine Martin r-mass., Monagan d Conn., Morse r mass., of Neill d-mass., Philbin d mass., St. Germain d-., St. Onge d-Conn., Sibal a Conn.,Tupper, r Maine against a Wyman Not voting a Macdonald d-mass., Stafford a it. On Snyder r-ky., motion rejected 181-217, to Send vocational education Bill Back to committee for inclusion of language require plan consultant firm selected Hoosick Falls a the town of Hoosick planning commission has announced to the town Board its Choice of the John Galbreath Burdis associates for appointment As planning consultants for the proposed master plan. The Village planning commission is expected to meet within a week to make a selection. It had previously announced approval of the Burdis associates but at the time had not interviewed the necessary number of consultants before being allowed to make a Choice. Since that time they have met with three consultant s representatives to comply with the rules. It has been pointed out that a joint plan for both the town and Village is most feasible and less expensive. Arlington Ann Marsh 375-2355 Arlington Calendar monday a senators is. Tigers Arlington. Wednesday a orioles is. Cubs North Bennington dodgers is. Pirates Arlington. Saturday a indians is. Pirates Arlington. Local contractors Are working on the addition to Bailey Hall. The foundation is poured and the subfloor Laid. The addition will increase the use and facilities of Bailey Hall and add a study for the use of the minister. The four chimneys restaurant in old Bennington today reported theft of approximately $1,600 from the firm s Cash Register and six or seven bottles of their Best liquor. The theft was discovered at 8 30 this morning by cleaning woman Dorothy Lacross the restaurant said. Tom gazettes and Paul went Ink restaurant employees were sleeping upstairs in the restaurant after 12 30 . They had left to attend a movie at 8 30. Cleaning Man Francis Frederick left Between la and 11 30, so the theft might have occurred restaurant authorities believe Between the time Frederick left and when the two employees returned from the movies about 12 30. Bennington briefs or. And mrs. Robert Vachon and four children of Syracuse ., Are spending a week s vacation with or. Vachon s parents or. And mrs. Joseph Vachon of warn Street. Vermont state rep. Or. Irving Adler of Pownal. The Maine a act Branch estimates that 4 to 12 persons might go on an individual basis and in new Hampshire one group is being organized in the Portsmouth area and another in Manchester to travel by automobile. Leading the Portsmouth group is the Rev. John Papandreu arrested in Albany ga., when a group of ministers was demonstrating there. He is a universalist unitarian minister. The Rev. John Mahler a presbyterian minister has been appointed by the new Hampshire Council of churches to form the group being formed in the Manchester area. Thus far five other ministers have indicated they will Joir the Mahler party. Ing All vocational education programs to be conducted on a racially non discriminatory basis by july 1, 1965 for Bates Cleveland Conte Keith Mcintire Morse Sibal Stafford Tupper Wyman. Against Boland Burke Daddario Donohue Fogarty Giaimo Grabowski Monagan of Neill Philbin St. Germain St. Onge. Not voting a Macdonald Martin. On passage 221-175, of Bill extending $309 billion ceiling on National debt through november for a Boland Burke Daddario Donohue Fogarty Giaimo Grabowski Macdonald Monagan o Neill Philbin St. Germain St. Onge. Against a Bates Cleveland Conte Keith Mcintire Morse Sibal Stafford Tupper Wyman. Not voting Martin. Lect lire sponsored la it Garden huh a the Floral theme in Early american decoration will be the title of talk to be Given by Jessica Bond of Dorset on August 20 2 2 . At the Fisher elementary school. Mrs. Bond is an authority on american Stencilling painted Tole Are and ornamented furniture. Her talk is sponsored by the Arlington Garden club for the Benefit of Flowers and services inc. This is the organization that brings Comfort and cheer to the veterans at the Hospital at White River Junction. Members of the organization which is supported by the Garden clubs of Vermont visit the Hospital weekly. Sometimes they bring a Plant for each patient a pot of bulbs fresh Flowers some seeds to watch grow. Every Holiday is celebrated with special decorations for the trays. They feel that Flowers have a therapy of their own. Gold Star mothers will meet at 8 tonight at the vow rooms on North Street. A sgt. Robert j. Amidon . Air Force and mrs. Amidon and three children Are spending two weeks at the Home of the sergeants Mother mrs. Marguerite Smith of 201 Scott St. Sgt. Amidon has just graduated with honors from air traffic control radar repairman a school at Keester fab miss. At the end of his leave he is assigned to Ellington fab Houston Texas. Or. And mrs. Frank e. Rivet of North Andover mass. Or. And mrs. Charles a. Mueller of Moosup Conn or. And mrs. Robert Young of Kittery Maine or. And mrs. George Schissler of Bristol Conn. And or. And mrs. Joseph t. Connie of Hudson Falls Were weekend guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Donald w. Sprague or. At 318 Silver St. This was a service reunion and the first time All had been together in la years. Vow auxiliary will hold its regular meeting tuesday following a supper picnic to be held at Stu Chelsy residence in the Lyons District at 6 30 . A White elephant auction will also be held following the meeting. Women of the Moose Are reminded to sign up at the club by thursday for the annual family picnic aug. 18. Or. And mrs. Maurice Elwell and children David and Lynn former residents of Bennington have returned to their Home in Lincoln Center Maine after vacationing with relatives in Bennington and Arlington. Mrs. Thomas Moore and daughter Susan of broken Arrow okla., Are visiting relatives in Bennington and the area. Mrs. Moore is the former miss Barbara main of Bennington. Military order of the Cootie Green Mountain Pup tent 2, vow 1332, held its August scratch sunday night with cmdr. Edward Vosburgh or. Presiding. Plans were completed for a social to be held at the Vermont soldiers Home at 7 15 . Aug. 19. Susan Thompson of Shaftsbury was the recipient of the Cootie monthly award. Mrs. William Saliba and two sons have returned to their Home on Anthony drive after More than a weeks absence. Mrs. Saliba has been visiting her Mother in Worcester vt., having been called Home for the funeral of her father Carl a. Richardson who died aug. I after being in frail health for three years. Margaret a Beauty shop due to illness will be closed until further notice. Adv. Aug. 12 not a to oui is continued from Page i sity to admit him for the fall term which begins sept. 20. The trustee said that Hood still would be subject to a hearing before any decision would be made concerning his re admittance. Hood s attorney Arthur shores of Birmingham said the negro student has been advised to avoid routine duties and activity until his condition is improved a in order to avoid a Complete mental and physical the two negro students were enrolled in summer school two months ago despite efforts by gov. George Wallace to Stop them by standing in the doorway at the admissions building. Wallace permitted the enrolment when federalized National guard troops escorted the negro students to the building. He was unavailable for comment on hoods withdrawal. Hitting the bottle Mexico City apr theper capita consumption of alcohol by mexicans has doubled Over the past 25 years reports an official of the health ministry. Noel George Cole Noel George Cole 29, of Phoenix arlz., son of mrs. Lawrence a. Cole of Bennington and a native and former resident of Arlington was killed in an automobile Accident thursday night in Phoenix. Details of the Accident Are not available but according to word received Here he was alone in his car which struck a Power pole. Or. Cole was born in Arlington on March 17, 1934, son of Lawrence a. And Eva Whitten Cole. He had attended schools in Arlington Cambridge and North Bennington. The family moved to Cambridge in 1942, then to North Bennington and later to Bennington. He served in the . Air Force during the korean conflict. He married the former Lucille Eagar of Eagar Ariz. On sept. 3, 1954 and since that time they have resided in Mesa and Phoenix with the exception of a few months in 1960 when they were in Bennington. Or. Cole had been employed for Sunbeam bakery in Phoenix. Last thursday had been his Day off and it was believed that the time of the Accident in the Early evening he was on his Way to Load his truck for the next Day s delivery. Besides his wife he is survived by two sons Michael 7 and Gary 4v2j his Mother a brother Lawrence a. Cole of Bennington two Sisters mrs. Clarence Betty g. Maron of Vernon Conn., and Eleanor e. Keeler of St. Petersburg Fla. Two nieces Cheryl Maron of Vernon and Tracine Cole of Bennington four nephews Lawrence and Jeffrey Maron of Vernon Lawrence and Gregory Cole of Bennington. Funeral services were held in Phoenix and burial will be there. Or. Cole s brother Lawrence and his sister mrs. Maron Are now in Phoenix. Mrs. Edward Rugg Rutland a mrs. Lulu a. Rugg 84, of 44 Pine St., widow of Edward Rugg died Friday in a convalescent Home Here after a Long illness. Born oct. 21, 1878 in new London wis., mrs. Rugg lived her last 18 years in Rutland. She resided formerly in Bennington and Michigan. Mrs. Rugg was a life Mem Ber of Eastern Star in Lapierre Mich. There Are no near survivors. Funeral services were conducted at the tossing funeral Home sunday afternoon. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery. Jesse e. Robinson Troy A Jesse e. Robinson 67, of Bald Mountain Trainer and exhibitor of horses died suddenly sunday. A member of the Eastern new York Pony Assn. An the harness racing Assn. Of new York or. Robinson was born in Bennington vt., a Veteran of world War i and a retired Salesman for Standard Oil of new York. Hospital non sunday. August la admissions miss Nancy Gates Thomas Sweet master Bengt Ekwall mrs. Olga Mahar Bennington mrs. Marie Salmon North Bennington. Discharges Harold Wyman Arlington mrs. Cynthia Day mrs. Jean Stone and daughter miss Starr Sweet Bennington mrs. Cath Leen Harwood and son Pownal. Saturday. Augustio admissions mrs. Virginia Waite Greenwich Mrs. Georgianna gravels Bennington. Discharges mass Debra Hoyt mrs. Amela Russell and daughter Bennington mrs. Joyce Wyman and daughter East Arlington mrs. Winifred Thompson Hoosick Falls Friday August 9 admissions mrs. Georgianna Greenwood miss Debra Hoyt Bennington Harold Wyman Arlington. Discharges master Kevin Mclenithan Lester Davis mrs. Jane Betit mrs. Doris Prudy John e. Donoghue master Jeffrey Fortier Bennington mrs. Eleanor Dan Ford Shaftsbury Ronald w. Hall Hoosick Births or. And mrs. Louis e. Haynes of Hoosick Falls ., a son on aug. To. Or. And mrs. John Wescott of Hoosick Falls ., a son on aug. 9. Slock averages Dow Jones Bache a co., Albany n Oon 30 industrials 709.11 .72 20 railroads 170.98 .37 15 utilities 142.37.28 composite average 255.82 4-.39 sales 2,100,000 a resident of Troy for 40 years he was a labor Foreman for King construction co. He was a member of Trojan Post vow. He leaves his wife the former Elsie Binkley Mann two daughters mrs. Lloyd Strait of Berlin and mrs. Agnes Stewart of Troy one son Warren e. Mann of Athol mass. And eight grandchildren. The funeral will be at 2 . Wednesday at the Morris amp Stebbins funeral Home 312 Hoosick St. In Troy with the Rev. Garnet o. Wright pastor of the second Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be in Petersburg cemetery. Shaftsbury Motorist injured in crash Edward l. Reagan 26, of Shaftsbury was reported in Good condition this morning at Putnam memorial Hospital following a one car Accident at 1 10 . Sunday. Vermont state police said Reagan a car was proceeding North on . 7 in Bennington near the Wilson dude ranch when it went off the left Side of the Highway struck a tree stump and the opposite Side of a Culvert. State police said the car was totally demolished. Reagan suffered lacerations of the face nose and right ankle according to police. The Bennington Rescue squad took Reagan to the Hospital. Motorists injured a two car Accident occurred in Manchester at Midnight saturday when a 1960 Falcon driven by Thomas f. Farley 17, of Baltimore md., and a 1955 Pontiac driven by Dan j. Wood 19, of Danby sideswiped on Vermont 30, according to Vermont state police. Farley was heading towards Manchester and Wood was heading toward Dorset when the collision occurred state police said who added that both victims suffered slight injuries. Test treaty continued from Page i newsmen that the next round of .-soviet negotiations a will not move with great it was Learned however that he came Back with the impression that the soviet Leader wants to carry on talks with the United states to ease tensions in Europe. Rusk made Clear that he will explain to the Senate committee the assurances he gave West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer that the treaty in no Way implies recognition of communist East Germany by the United states or other Western allies. Only a few hours after Rusk testifies or. Edward Teller tells the Senate preparedness subcommittee behind closed doors Why he opposes the cessation of testing in the atmosphere outer space and under the sea. Teller played a key role in development of the a bomb. Undersecretary of state w. Averell Harriman said he was confident Khrushchev will abide by the treaty a to avoid the risks of a nuclear a i know every one feels that the russians break All their agreements a Harriman said Sindayin a taped television interview. A they have kept those in which their interests Are involved and i think they Are going to keep this Thrift shop the Thrift shop in the basement of the town building a visible to the armory parking lot is open Friday from 2 to 5 . And saturday from to . To 12 noon. This week the following items Are of special value books by Well known authors a Kitchen table with three Matching chairs a Sand table a vanity chair and records. Requests for a the Deer Slayer by James Fenimore Cooper and a Large Mirror suitable for hanging Over a Davenport have been made. Workers for the past week were mrs. Charles p. Hayward miss Wilhelmina h. Hicks mrs. Marjorie Hayes mrs. Charles Fienberg and mrs. . Sargent. America s finest wedding rings Moon Mist set Groom a in a so Brid �i"9 $27.50 Othor a Tylow from $8 of to detail a to Kif jewellers a Silver Muhm of . Author <10 Art carved

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