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Bee, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Danville, VirginiaVictory train for Garland begins trip Roanoke a Gar land Victory special was scheduled to chug out of Roan Oke fad a on a whistle Stop tour up the Shenandoah Valley to tout the Republican senatorial candidacy of Ray l Garland gov and mrs Linwood Holton were to accompany the candidate As the train made stops at Buchanan Buena Vista Waynesboro Shenandoh Luray and finally front Royal where a Campaign rally area deaths funerals tvs of tap complained Friday of the inclement weather and Al got in a few licks at sen Harry f Byrdjr who is seek ing reelection As an Independent in Lynchburg Garland called Byrd the voice of the big boys in Washington and said if go to the Senate we go free with no shackles to rep resent the state and rank and Lile of the Republican party the big boys Are not in Corner Garland said earlier at a news conference in Charlottesville they Are putting their Money into Byrds Campaign he said because they know Byrd protect their vested inter est in Washington Garland said Democrat George c Rawlings or talks How he is against the big boys and wants the Public to forget he is in the hip Pockel of the big boys of organized labor who carry one of the biggest Sticks of All Garland said Byrd in Leav ing the democratic party deserted the sinking ship and Lefi Rawlings on the burning deck o the once great Virginia demo cratic party he said defeat for Byrd would establish gov Holton As a giant killer Garland declared that thous ands of moderate democrats Are ready to join republicans in voting for him tuesday be cause they cannot stomach the likes of George Rawlings or the Arch conservatism of the demo crat who turned Independent the 34yearold legislator said is of now he cannot forecast the outcome of tuesdays election because he believes a fifth of those who will vote have not yet made up their minds Gar land estimated a turnout of 900 000 Wenard Gaul Din succumbs today Wenard Benjamin Gauldin was pronounced dead on arrival at memorial Hospital this morning he had been in declining health for the past our years a native of Callands he was born feb 19 1906 a son of the late Edward and Minnie Bur Nett Gauldin most of his life was spent in the Danville area where he was employed by the Virginia plywood corp As a machinist before retiring two years ago on Jan 16 1933 he married the former Ann Smith he was a member of the Glenwood memorial Baptist Church surviving in addition to his wife Are one son Michael Walker Gauldin of the Home five Brothers and three Sisters Lloyd Gauldin of Ringgold David Gauldin of Martinsville Ernest and William Gauldin both of Danville Dee Gauldin of Greensboro no mrs Eston Moore mrs Annie Williams and mrs Hampton Overstreet All of Danville the body is at the Wrenn Yeatts funeral Home pending completion of funeral arrangements and the family Wil be at the residence 1168 South Boston re transportation units backed Over Highway departments Lexington departments in the United tates should be done away with and replaced with agencies concerned with All areas of trans Portacio according to James h Smith of the conservation foundation Smith made his remarks Here Friday during a pane discus Sion on highways is the environment at the 23rd annual Virginia Highway conference Smith said the Type trans rotation Agency he envisions would be concerned with environmental and social factors involved in Highway construction and would look at the whole transportation system rather than just How you build a Road Smith also said a new Federal clean air Bill could put the state Highway department in the role of an air polluter he said the new Law would put Highway departments in the position question of of considering whether a the new Road would keep a Community rom reaching required clean air standards it is one of the most astounding Bills Ive seen Smith said Fitzgerald Bemiss chairman of the state commission on out door recreation and panel Moderator said weve gotten no where on our Scenic Roadway program in Virginia Bemiss said efforts to pre serve Scenic roads by Regula ions controlling commercial development along them have encountered suspicion on the part of county boards of supervisors he said the recreation com Mission and the Highway department have been unable to get the message across Bemiss added he doubts the program will be a Success until we get enough Money and enough Power to pressure co operation the discussion also got around to possible future Laws that May prohibit automobiles in Down town Urban areas any attempt to prohibit this said Milton Pikarsky Chi cargos commissioner of Public works will mean that politicians who Are in office when the prohibition is made will be out of office after the next elec Tion rabbi Benjamin Kelson of Temple Beth Cholom will address the Moseley memorial United methodist Church mens Bible class and other classes tomorrow at am the Bee Danville a saturday oct 31 1970 Byrd cheered at Winchester breakfast Christ episcopal Church will be Host for the congregation of St Pauls episcopal Church of Peytonsburg for a joint All saints Day service tomorrow at 4 pm Folk music will be led by the St Paul choir and guitarist and a covered dish supper will be served in the Parish Hall Homecoming will be observed tomorrow at mount pleasant United methodist Church following a Sermon by the Rev Paul e Folkers lunch will be served the pit Sylvania county a g r i c u 11 ural stabilization conservation committee has extended the time for completing the seeding of a2 cd and c2 practices to nov 15 the do practice has been extended to nov 13 according to John t Davis or county executive officer tote advises a pensioners to note increase George Thomas Jones rites Are tomorrow services for George Thomas Jones Wil be conducted tomorrow at 2 pm at fair funeral Home Chapel Eden no interment will be in the Jones family cemetery at Cascade or Jones 77 died thursday n veterans Hospital at Salem he was born in pit Sylvania county a son of George r and Larah Carter Jones he was a Veteran of world War i surviving Are two Sisters Vliss Margie Jones and mrs Sally j Salmon both of Cascade and five Brothers b j b s h and j i Jones All of Cascade and r w Jones of Danville it 1 the body is at the funeral Home Winchester a sen Harry f Byrdjr kicked off the last full Day of his Campaign for reelection today at a Wel come Home breakfast that Drew a standing room Only crowd of 500 retiring democratic rep John 0 Marsh or introducing Byrd told the cheering crowd at a Winchester hotel the sen Ator did the right thing when he forsook the democratic party to try for reelection As an Independent because he subscribe to the party loyalty oath the breakfast launched a Busy Day for Byrd during which he was scheduled to visit front Royal Waynesboro Staunton Harrisonburg and Woodstock then wind up at a 6 pm rally in Berry vice because of bad weather All the trips were to be by automobile the senator drove to his Home town from Richmond last night and on the Way made a couple of unscheduled appearances a truck stops at Nii night he was sipping lot chocolate at Jarrels truck Stop in Doswell animatedly Dis cussing the pros and cons of the Royalty oath with an assemblage of truck Drivers Byrd stressing his advocacy of Law and order said Friday one of the rights he wants to guarantee is the right of the president of the United states to go around the country with out being the target of rocks and eggs the senator read parts of a newspaper account on the mob violence that beset president Nixon in California thursday night and added i say this is outrageous be Havior on the part of a militant minority Byrd made his remarks to a rally of about 450 supporters in the ballroom of a Richmond hotel he called his Independent candidacy a crusade for a philosophy of government and called on virginians not to Divide their votes tuesday if there is at division sound thinking voters Thern Ginia could be represented in the us Senate by a Way out Liberal for six Long years Byrd said in an obvious reference to his democratic opponent George c Rawlings or of Fred Ericksburg Byrd said he regarded his Campaign As a philosophy of Forward looking conservatism it is he said a crusade to control inflation in the most effective control Ling government spending for neighbourhood against Washington interference in the daily lives of our people against the use of dictatorial Powers by Federal judges and by the department of health education and Wel fare against Blind political partisanship for progressive responsible government As distinguished from free spending government heavy rainfall drenches n c no Flash floods by the associated press heavy Rains have drenched Carolina since thursday but the precipitation did not cause any serious Flash flooding As had been expected in the Foothills sections a Broad area of rain continued this morning from the Carolinas North to the Eastern great lakes this rain was fall ing ahead of a slow moving frontal system that stretched fro Eastern Ohio through West Ern North Carolina and on into r Eastern Georgia the rain was expected to Eric Over the Western and Piedmont areas 6f North Carolina today As the front moves cast bul rain will continue Over the East Ern half of the state through to night by sunday rain will have major portion of us hit by rainfall by the associated press rain splattered into a Large part of the nation from Theda Kotas to the Virginias today and was mixed with Snow in sections of Minnesota Flash flood watches were in effect during the night in some areas of Virginia West Virginia and Maryland after general Rains and occasional downpours that began thursday two and 3inch soaking hit the Carolines and Georgia be fore the rain moved into the mid Section of the Eastern Seaboard Friday rainfall form the great lakes Region Westward generally was Light Clear skies were confined to the Southwest the Rockies and veterans or dependents who receive veterans administration pension benefits must show the 15 percent social Security in crease on their 197071 income cards said Jake Tate area director of War veterans claims on april 1 1968 Public Law 90275 provided a change in a pension Laws this amendment stated that it was not necessary to report certain income in creases prior to the end of the year this is known As the endow theyer Rule and mean that a pensioners benefits will not be affected during the Calendar year that certain increased income is received the a policy is that any in creased income received Dur ing a Calendar year will not affect a pensioners benefits providing the increase was unexpected the interpretation of whether income is expected or unexpected income is a gop blasted by Rawlings on Economy Norfolk Senate nominee George c raw Ings or said today that Harry Byrd and his Republican friends Lave let the Cost of living Rise painfully at the same time that millions of working people have for he received a the social increase was con decision recently Security Side red unexpected income and it was not necessary to report it prior to the end of the year All income increases Are not unexpected however he noted therefore it would be to the pensioners advantage to report ii income to the a during the month that it is received this uie can prevent an overpay Tient that is sometimes related by not reporting these come changes until the end of in year those seeking More in formation May visit Tate in his office in the civil defense control Center of the municipal building mondays through fridays from 8 am to 5 pm ended except for a Charce of inter Mountain Region the South Ern Plains and new England rain or thundershowers along the coast the National weather service says moderate to heavy Rains of Curre across the tar Heel state Friday with Many areas receiving from two to three inches of precipitation highs Friday ranged from the Low 60s to the Low 70s and Over night lows were mostly in the 50s similar temperatures Are expected to continue through the weekend jobless rate Falls Raleigh a unemployment in North Carolina dropped to the lowest Point of the year during september the employment Security commission reported Friday unemployment was 33 per cent last month compared to the National 52 per cent however unemployment in the state was higher than Dur ing september a year ago when temperatures before Dawn ranged from 20 at Casper Wyo to 76 at key West Fla some other reports Boston 39 Clear new York 47 Clear Philadelphia 51 Clear washing ton Strain Atlanta 55 Clear Miami 75 Clear Detroit 50 drizzle Chicago 45 rain min Capo list Paul 40 rain St Louis 47 partly Cloudy Kansas City 42 Clear Dallas 57 Clear Denver 29 Clear Phoenix 59 Clear los Angeles 57 Clear san Francisco 57 Clear Seattle 44 Cloudy an chorale 39 rain Honolulu 7 Clear c it was 25 per cent total employment for the state last month was 2176800 persons Plant dedicated Post office Job opening test suspended examinations for the position f Cler Carrier in the Danville Ost office and other offices in he Norfolk area office of the Ivil service commission were suspended today said Hoyt r Ryan examiner charge in Anville few positions have been filled from the roster kept in Norfolk noted Bryan Only our temporary positions were filled during the past summer Alt Job openings during the ast year in Danville were filled y transfers from other offices e said when the present list f eligible is has been used up or Las become outdated a new examination announcement will posted Greenville Cap gov Bob Scott cited the Bur roughs wellcome co pharmaceutical Plant Friday As one o the most modern functional Anc attractive buildings of its Kinc in the world the governor spoke at Dedi cation of the Plant which is the size of three football Fields Anc which will employ 600 persons teachers Given part of blame for Lack of bargaining Laws Richmond a Don r rapier the incoming president of the Virginia education association says teachers them selves Are partly responsible for the Lack of collecting bar gaining Laws for teachers in Virginia rapier said Friday teachers have failed to get out and sell legislators and the Public on the need for such a Law he promised to get collective bargaining legislation out of the next general Assembly but con ceded that chances of Success arc very slim rapier speaking to the Veas annual convention Here said Virginia Public school administrators torpedoed attempts to get such legislation passed by the last regular session of the legislature he said there is room for Compromise with superintendents and school boards by added the right to negotiate not negotiable in other action Friday the convention delegates adopted a Resolution calling for Region conferences to set budget priorities and for a statewide Budge conference earlier the convention agree to retain an expert f Nance to assist local teacher associations in dealing with schoo boards in another move the Assoc a lion of classroom teacher moved to weaken its ties wit the Vea its Mother Organiza Tion the act is apparently disgruntled Wilh the Vea for Cui Ting its appropriation mrs Daisy w Moody incoming act president said the 500 trimmed by the Vea from the it appropriation woul drastically limit planned activities the group the forestry judging team of the Dan River association of Young Farmers of America won third place in the Southside area of forestry judging contest this week at Glade Hill the Tunstall of team placed fourth in the 22nd annual con test Everett College parents weekend is observed Ost their jobs in remarks prepared for a seminar of women for political action Here Rawlings said the harmful effect of Republican dec Momic policies is especially evident in tax Laws which favor the Rich and unfairly Burden Low and Middle income classes Rawlings speech kicked off a Day of politicking in which he was to Campaign in the Tidewater area in the morning and evening with an appearance in Woodstock in Shenandoah county sandwiched in Between in his Norfolk speech raw Lings said tinder us tax Laws there Are at least 42 ways to arrange for a tax exempt in come to take advantage of almost All these loopholes he said you must first be Rich on Friday one of the democrats Defeated by Rawlings in the primary election drummed on the theme that Only raw Lings had the prospective sup port to defeat Byrd tuesday Del Clive l Duval now rawlings1 Campaign finance chairman called the candidacy of Republican Ray l Garland a virtual lost cause and said present signposts give Rawlings a Strong Chance to topple Byrd Duval at an Arlington news conference said the Only Republican Ever to win a statewide Virginia election in modern Linwood Holton last with the Combina cleanup held at senior High by Junior highs today cleanup site for Junior High school students comprising the cites Junior beautification committee was the Campus of George Washington senior High school about a dozen committee members headed by chairman Henley Bidgood began the cleanup this morning despite wet ground from yesterdays soaking rain a second project originally planned for the Day had to be put off however until drier weather this will take the boys and girls to a Creek bed off Oak St to remove accumulated trash from the Vicinity of an invalids Home in connection with this Creek project the Junior group has already purchased a trash con Tainer for use by persons caring for the invalid and her pro Perty Flemming says Congress needs Allen St Clair breakfast opened the Days activities for parents weekend at Averett College Early this morning a faculty reception from to gave parents an Opportunity to meet professors1 and an informal symposium a Crest today and Tomor Row was led by or r Kirby Godsey Dean of instruction and miss Mary to Davis Dean of students also on today Agenda were an open House in the dormitories the annual meeting of the parents association and a matinee performance of the Madwoman of Chaillot Star ring miss Parker Mccormick in Pritchett auditorium special assistant to president Nixon said Here last night that if the present administration is going to do its Job effectively it needs Young political leaders like Allen t St Clair in the con Gress Henry coming to Johnson closes water career of 40 years the 3360 foot Peak of Back done Mountain is the Highes Point in Maryland the highest Point in Massachusetts is the 3491foot Peak of mount Greylock Tion of Republican loyalists the labor vote and the Black vote he said much of the Republican vote was in Byrds Corner and that the leadership of labor and negro voter organizations Vas backing Rawlings earlier in the Day Rawlings shot at his favorite corporate target r Virginia electric at a Richmond news Confer he called on Repco to live up o its slogan of people help ing people by rolling Back a rate hike and stepping up its efforts to Cut Down on pollution Rawlings said if elected he would look into the Utility rates advertising practices and contributions to polluting the environment he said he had been advised by a reliable source that Repco plans an advertising Campaign in several National bus in Messori enter publications after the elec Tion he said he wondered whether the recent Repco rate official lauds state Community College program Keysville a the chairman of the state Board for Community colleges says the states Community College pro Gram offers new opportunities not Only for education but just As important for economic self improvement for thousands of virginians Eugene b Sydnor or spoke Friday at groundbreaking Cere monies Here for the John h Daniel Campus of Southside Vir Ginia Community College he said the spirit of Educa Tion in Virginia must make it possible for the least fortunate of our fellow citizens to be considered and educated along with the most fortunate the new Campus is named for former Del John h Daniel do nor of the site and a supporter of the Community College pro Gram Sydnor noted the new College will serve the counties of Brunswick Lunen Burg Nottoway Mecklenburg Wallet snatching theft of Auto Are investigated the snatch theft of a Wallet was reported to police yester Day afternoon and still missing his morning was a car that Vas listed yesterday afternoon s stolen during the preceding Light mrs Margaret Anderson 126 Otway drive told police that As she got out of her car in front of a business concern on Patton St near Market about 4 pm yesterday her Billfold was snatched by a negro who made Good his getaway the Wallet contained about and various papers Kenneth King 227 Cleveland St reported about pm that his 1957 Chevrolet had been stolen from first St the vehicle was described As faded Gold n color with Virginia licenses a 883136 a 47yearold Man and his 42 year old wife were served with warrants yesterday for their appearance in juvenile court to answer to a charge of neglect of a child by failure to keep her in school Vernon Guy Reed or a Hemet Calif Snake charmer was served last night with a fugitive warrant from Chester Field county where he is wanted to answer to a charge of break ing and entering a Home Lynchburg As part of the administrations final reelection Blitz said the Republican parly was proud of the Campaign thai St Clair has waged in an Effort to unseat democratic w c Dan Daniel in the fifth District the special assistant i n charge of employment within the administration predicted that the 26yearold St Clair o Danville would be victorious in next tuesdays general election the 50 republicans attending the a plate dinner to raise Campaign funds for St Clair were challenged to make As Many contacts within the District As possible in the next three Days on behalf of their candidate or John Van Hoy chairman of the fifth District gop introduced Flemming who was Over three hours late in arriving at the Brookville Puritan club because of bad weather Flemming expounding the Virtues of the Nixon administration seized the Opportunity to put in a plug for Republican senatorial nominee Del Ray l Garland Howard a Johnson City water p to d u c t i o n super lend Cut was presented a watch engraved with the dates of his 40 years employment at a retirement dinner last night at the King of the sea restaurant honouring the Veteran Engineer were City officials colleagues friends and business associates Johnson came to Danville As superintendent of the Plant in 1930 from Oxford no where he held the same position and where he married mrs Johnson he was graduated from the University of North Carol a in 1927 with a degree in sanitary engineering in 1935 Johnson Vas voted Utility Man of the fear by the american water ivors association he has been Active in the Kwa serving As a director rom 19611964 Secretary in 965 and being named a life member in 1960 last night he received a letter f congratulations from Eric f Ohnson of new York City Wawa executive director also the Linwood Holton administration Flemming said was highly respected throughout he United states because of the Job done by the Republican governor Workman killed Raleigh a a work Man was killed Friday by a drum loaded with Ash and Cin Ders which fell on him while he was helping clean the boiler Plant at North Carolina state University police identified him As Mai lard Stewart 40 of Smithfield a University spokesman Sale that men were working on two Levels one group about 12 fee above another Stewart was coming from the lower Are when a Large drum dropped from the upper level striking him on the head Charlotte Greenville Prince Halifax Edward bucking Ham and Cumberland and the cities of Emporia and South Boston Federal troops were move out of the South after the Civi War in 1877 during the administration of president Ruther Ford b Hayes Goodwill issues Appeal for items to be repaired Edward m Brewer executive director of the go o d w i 11 industries in Roanoke has issued an Appeal for clothing furniture Small appliances childrens shoes and mens work shoes when repaired Brewer noted these articles will be sold in Goodwill stores in Danville and South Boston repair of the articles pro Vides for the livelihood of handicapped residents in the area he noted we know that in every household there Are such articles that Are no longer needed or wanted we believe that if persons were aware of the needs of their handicapped neighbors there would never be a shortage of articles on which to Mork he said the Danville Telephone number if 7922511 and the South Boston number is 572 4181 a Call will bring a truck for pickup or donations May be left in the yellow Goodwill col Lection boxes centers in s h of p i n g Nixon favors Freedom of Choice Thurmond says hike was requested so the com Pany could do More advertising with Consumers Money Columbia a Republican sen Strom Thurmond re plying to a democratic party commercial says president Nixon still favors the Freedom of Choice method for assigning pupils to Public schools but he added that the presidents recommendations have been Over Ridden by decisions of the Liber Al supreme court and the spot announcements is a matter that must be determined by each broadcast Licensee but this association has been notified by the state democratic party and its advertising Agency that Tele Grams have been sent to All bargaining for Farmers emphasized Raleigh Cap the president of the National farm ers organization no says the future of the american fam ily farm depends on whether Farmers learn to bargain collectively i will not accept the state ment that Farmers do not have political Power said Oren Lee Staley they can have More Power than any group in this country if they bloc their strength and use it in a non partisan manner Staley a Missouri Farmer spoke Friday night to the Sec Ond annual North Carolina state convention of the no some 125 farm men and women mostly from Eastern counties attended Staley said the parity Index which measures the Price of the things Farmers sell against the Price of the things they buy was at a lower Point last month than at any time since 1934 no other segment of our Economy operates with prices lower than they were 20 or 30 years ago he said and farm ers cannot survive economically unless they achieve economic strength through organization and pass their increased costs on in the marketplace Staley said the holding action technique developed by the commodities from the Market until buy ers offer better the most misunderstood part of the organizations program he said it is nothing but Farmers putting a Price tag on their products like the Price tag on a suit of clothes Staley urged Farmers to Vole for the Man that stays with them regardless of party he criticized rep Walter Jones of Farmville a Democrat from North Carolinas first District and a member of the House agriculture committee As one of four Law makers who switched his vote at a Crucia time last summer to help a coca farm Bill provisions sponsored by the no Jones is opposed in tuesdays election by Republican r Frank Everett of Hamilton who has farming and inter Els and operates a farm equip ment business a leaflet criticizing Jones was circulated at the meeting it was signed by Everett for con Gress committee and listed g c Wynne of Bethel As chair Man Wynne is one of two North carolinians who were reelected to serve As National directors of the no the other is Noah Suggs of Pikeville in Wayne county North Carolina regional supervisor of the no Suggs said earlier in an inter View that City people Are paying higher taxes because of the Low prices paid Farmers for their products he said Many people forced off farms by inadequate returns arc unable to compete for Urban jobs and end up on tax financed welfare roles state agriculture commissioner Jim Graham told the Conven Tion that agriculture has Al ways been important but in the years ahead it will gain in importance our population would do Well to think seriously about those people who produce the food we eat Ibera dominated Senate Thurmond said the Democrat c party spot announcements Videly aired on television and radio stations is attempting to convey the impression that i red to the people of South Caro Ina during the presidential elec Tion of 1988 when i said that Richard Nixon stood for free Dom of Choice in our schools Thurmond contends the and entitled broken promises uses his voice and his image without his permission he has asked stations to discontinue its use however at a news Confer ence Friday the state democratic party chairman Harry lightest said the party will not withdraw the commercial by using or Thurmond own words of two years ago we have avoided the possibility of distortion or mis quotation of what he actually said Light Scy told a news conference in Columbia Thurmond made his remarks in a statement from his Washington office he noted that president Nixon nominated two southerners to the supreme court but both nominations were rejected by the Senate previously aides of the Sena Tor had hinted that stations which continued to use the com Mercial might be subjected to broadcasting stations assuring to them that the use of the spot announcements do not constitute a violation of the acc rebroadcast Rule and that the original materials Are the regal property rightfully obtained of the South Carolina democratic Par Sec ruling seen in coming year on welfare Telephone deposits Legal action or complaints against them would be filed with the Federal communications commission the Board of directors of the South Carolina broadcasters association issued this state ment Friday the use or these Richmond state corporation commission says it probably wont Issue a decision until Early next year on whether welfare recipients should be required to pay deposits to receive Telephone service the Case involves three Roan Oke welfare recipients who were told by the Chesapeake Potomac Telephone co that a Deposit would be required before Telephone service would be provided after hearing testimony in the Case Friday the Sec granted a request of the Legal Aid society of Roanoke Valley which filed the petition for time to file briefs the commission allowed the society 60 Days after the transcript on the Case is produced to file its briefs and gave the 30 Days thereafter to answer the society briefs a commission spokesman estimated this procedure could take 3v6 months the petitioners contend the stance was discriminatory and that the Utility was be ing arbitrary and unreasonable in requiring such a Deposit the Telephone company said it bases its Deposit requirement on an evaluation of each applicant As a credit risk and said about 1377 customers or about 35 per cent of the total custom ers in the Roanoke area Are required to make deposits Kenneth s Moore manager of for the in Roanoke said the total customers included 219 welfare recipients and 79 of desc customers do not have to pay deposits deposits were paid Niu ally by 75 who were refunded their Money because they cent up payment of their Bills the Utility said last Chance see Zhivago one More time most Beautiful motion possibly the greatest Ever Zhivago will not to shown anywhere for s years after this special hurry run Only see Zhivago Agair now playing Riverside

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