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Hammond Whiting Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 19, 1928, Hammond, Indiana Indiana weather Cloudy Toni a rat followed by fair Tuest Lay. Colder Toni Slit. Saturday s circulation Wlong edition 1,835 combined circulation 20,105 vol. A no. 196. Whiting Indiana monday november 19,1928. Price two cents figures show High Cost of. Murray Turner Heads Lake county taxpayers to become one if Foremost influences for Good in county considered to be one of the most important strides Ever made by citizens of the Region the organization of the Lake county tax payers association Active but embryonic since last september was perfected saturday afternoon at a meeting at the american state Bank in East Chicago where officers were elected and the first Steps taken to carry out the laudable motives for which the articles of incorporation were filed with and the charter granted by the Secretary of state. Formed As a safeguard of the Public in All matters pertaining to taxes the watchdog of budgets and a co operating Agency with municipal county and state officials in the interest of Economy of administration compatible with efficiency the taxpayers association is expected to take its rank As one of the Foremost influences. For Public welfare in the county. Hajet Ristis a by Renajay the first a Lection of officers installed president a. Murray Turner prominent Hammond Barker vice president. Senator Oliver c. Holmes of Gary executive Secretary w. C. Harrison of Indianapolis and treasurer Fred j. Smith of Whiting. The executive committee for the ensuing year wih consist of the president vice president and treasurer sex offi Cio and of Kichard Schaaf of Gary c. A. Westberg of e3ast Chicago and w. G. Paxton of Hammond a leading Bankers of the county. The Board of directors is f. R. Schaaf Harry l. Arnold of Gary c. Oliver Holmes w. G. Paxton Walter Spencer of fast Chicago of j. Smith a. Turner c. Of a. Benjamin of Crown Point and one Man yet to be elected to fill the place of the late j. G. Allen of Indi Vna Harbor named before his death and before the charter was granted As a member of the Board. Origin of body this organization grew out of the tax tangle of last fall when citizens notably in Hammond formed themselves into a combination to obtain a Juji aise in valuation and lower the tax levies which was done after a set ies of hearings both before judge Norton and the state tax Board. A last september the nucleus of the present organization was formed Are tidies of incorporation drawn up arid a charter granted on nov. 2 to elect a permanent and constantly Aceve body. Is he articles of incorporation in a a svy objects which the association will pursue namely 1. To support and co operate with City county and state officials in the formulation of values and tax levies. To maintain watch 2. To maintain a careful watch on Public expenditures and prevent All those deemed As unwise. 3. To educate and constantly inform the Public on tax matters. 4. To discourage bargaining by localities Foi Quot special favors at the expense of the Public. 5. To demand full value for All expenditures put Forth. A to co operate with All organizations now a existence in the interest of just taxation. Also included in the articles Are a continued on Page Siuli Cagaoan indicted for pm Tezzy log $120,000 from Lansing Bank Wheaton 111., nov. 19.�?-Roy g. Toombs whose finance plans recently collapsed in a Maze of court proceedings entering around International life insurance co., of which he was president was indicted by the grand jury in Dupage county circuit court. The indictment charged him with tube Azling $120,000 Worth of improvement Bonds of the Village of Lansing 111., from the Downers prove state Bank and Trust co., a 3upage county inst tuition of which Toombs was excitement Santa Claus is going to arrive in Hammond soon by air plane and make Edward a Minas company his Headquarters. He will make a Parachute drop of two thousand feet. Watch for further announce Quot ment tomorrow. Herbert Hoover out on 12,000 mile voyage today temperature for Region Weinper Liture today As registered by thermometer on first Trust and Savi prs Bank build Lonj Hammond was 35 de fahrenheit at 7 30 a. Ni.-�?38 ii Trenheit at noon. Weather snowy at Chicago two people were seriously Hurt in week end Auto accidents. Several accidents of cured in the twin City in the bad weather Over the week end just passed. Republican Victory feast will be held soon for East Chicago election workers. The first Snow of the year fell in Indiana Harbor at 10 30 this morning. Kiwan ians will begin their regular noon meetings tomorrow at the methodist Church in the Harbor Section. The first Snow of the year came flying Down in the twin City today in unmistakable quantities. Results Are being shown in the fight against the diphtheria epidemic. Tyaere Are but a few cases left now. Windows were broken in two local clothing stores last right and suits and overcoats taken. East Chicago elks wll hold a barn dance this week with prize turkeys for the Best costumes at the Ball. Five Gary and Indiana har Bor men were arrested yesterday in Gary on charges of stealing a Safe Here on Friday night. Prompt action on the part / of East Chicago s police resulted saturday morning in the capture of a gang of robbers that stole a Safe Friday night. They have made confessions. Even the Rabbit notre Dame fans in East Chicago Are admitting that Carnegie tech brought a band of Quot Scotts Quot to South Bend saturday that outplayed any team they Ever saw including the famous Quot four horsemen Quot eleven. Both the nehi and the thorns football teams were Defeated yesterday afternoon. Members of the Baptist Church dedicated the Cornerstone of their new 100,000 building yesterday. Sam along and Sophie Ploski students at Roosevelt High school were picked last week As the most polite boy and girl at the school. Tie students were being observed without their knowledge. The selection was a feature of education w the Whiting City Council is scheduled to meet tonight at a regular meeting. The funeral of Bernard Mckenna an old resident of Whiting will be held tomorrow morning from the sacred heart Church. The Whiting girl scouts gave an interesting program yesterday in the Community Center. This is National girl scout week. Whiting girl scouts will observe the occasion with appropriate programs. The first rehearsal of the Community choral club will be held tonight at 7 30 o clock in the Community Center the Whiting bears and the Hegewisch boosters played to a scoreless tie yesterday at the athletic Field. The Whiting indoor Golf club members will tee off at 7 o clock this evening in thei masonic Temple. The Whiting Parent teach ers association will hold a meeting tonight in the Junior High school auditorium. Or. Yarrow of Chicago will speak. The Whiting High school Oiler quintet will open the basketball season Friday against the alumni. This is the first alumni game in the Schoofs history. Jim Mcnamara was among those who saw Carnegie tech defeat notre Dame saturday at South Bend. He did not state Why the Irish lost. A meeting of All the Man agers who expect to enter a team in this years Community House basketball league will be held tonight in the Community Center. The time is set for 7 30 o Man killed Fow Ler ind., nov. 19.�? . A Bowser Brooks 30, of Kentland was killed in an automobile crash on state Road no. 41., near Here. A president elect May add other countries to itinerary san Pedro Cal nov. 1�.�? . A to the Acconio it aliment of an Proa rious Welcome the special train bearing president elect Herbert Hoover and his party arrived at 0 44 a. M., today. The train stopped at the fifth Street Lia Arbor Landon where the Admiral s Barge was wait in to convey Hoover and is party to the battleship a a. Maryland aboard i Ipoh they will journey to South America. The waterfront swarmed with a a great cheering crowd eager to catch a glimpse of the president elect. The Hathor was alive with decorated watercraft of All Silies and descriptions each one sounding ? its whistle or Siren in noisy Welcome. By Lav Trence Sullia an staff correspondent 1. N. Service in route to san Pedro Cal nov. 19. A president elect Hoover today will begin his 12,000 mile Friendship tour to latin America. Accompanied by mrs. Hoover his son Allan and a party of forty the president elect will arrive at san Pedro naval base this morning to Board the battleship Maryland which is to carry him southward in the Pacific for the two weeks. A presidential Salute of Twe qty one guns awaited or Hoover in the Harbor. The Public schools of the entire san Pedro Jort District were to be Given a Holiday in Honor of or. Hoover s Short Stop Here. At Wilmington near Here or. Hoover will have his train pause for a moment while he greets nearly 10,000 school children. Per sonnet off arty. Or. And mrs. Hoover will be met by Admiral Pratt who commands the Pacific Fleet. Admiral Pratt will escort them aboard the continued on Page Nineteen tickers fall Way behind by Elmer c. unite d press financial editor new York nov. 19. A . A stocks declined for a time today As traders took profits and dealings fell off sharply from the tremendous Pace of last week but there was a considerable amount of Small business Wlinich made the tickers fall behind More than a half hour. Several stocks were bid up to new High records including Montgomery Ward Park amp Tilford Continental motors Phillips Petroleum Shell Union Oil Adolf Gobel Independent Oil and Gas Johns Manville May department stores american agricultural Chi Mical and Andes Copper. Rains in the foregoing issues had been carried up to two or three Points and Many other stocks showed strength. But persistent Selling brought Don nearly tie entire list. Losses were Small. V. Steel general motors american can Westinghouse electric consolidated Gas Public service Packard and Postum were forced Down from one to three . G. Harding s Santia Ana dalif., nov. 19.�? u. Pm or. George Harding father of the late president Warren g. Harding died Here today at the Home of his sister mrs e. E. Remsberg. Or. Harding suffered a stroke of paralysis Friday night and failed to regain consciousness. His death occurred shortly after 4 Gas tax collection Indianapolis nov. 19.�? . A Charles t. Bro in Paoli third District chairman has been appointed state gasoline tax collector. Appointment of Brown was announced by Archie Bobbitt state auditor elect. Bro in will take office when Bobbitt vacates the position to assume the auditor s duties dec. 1. The gasoline tax collection i under the auditor s direction. Ralph Crill. Decatur was re appointed auditor in the gasoline tax under knife doing Well tenth District chairman forced to undergo emergency operation special to the times Crown Point ind., nov. 19.�? the Many friends of county clerk John Killigrew Republican tenth District chairman in this City will be pleased to know that he is making a splendid recovery from an Temei gency operation performed at mercy Hospital in Gary on saturday morning or. Killigrew suffered an acute attack of appendicitis at his Home in Hobart on Friday evening and was taken to the Hospital Early saturday blame in Eppley Case Whiting ind., nov. 19�?from the evidence As presented in the inquest into the death of Lawrence Everett Eppley 17 years old Schrage Avenue who was a hot and killed by a Bullet on halloween night after pulling a lire alarm Box at the Corner of John Street and new York Avenue. Police officers Nathan Salt Man and Ernest Assen Heimer who were involved in the shooting were absolved saturday of shooting the youth. County Coroner or. Albert Al Watts and Deputy Coroner or. J. A. Mccarthy who made the final decision presented the following verdict after weeks of work on the Case Quot from the evidence before the Coroner it is impossible for the Coroner to fix the for the shooting which caused the death of Lawrence Everett Eppley there is no evidence that any one shot directly at the Youtie. It would seem from All the evidence and the condition of the Bullet that was removed from the body that the Bullet had entered or passed through some hard substance before entering the the Bullet which was removed from Young Eppley was a steel jacketed Shell and was flattened on one Side which would indicate that before striking the boy it had struck some object. The Shell that Saltz Man fired to the ground was a Lead one and the one found in the body was of steel so it seems that the youth was hit by a stray Bullet fired by some unknown person. Victims of the Ventris tragedy Brou to Back from scene of tragedy Calumet City police today continued to quiz Glenn sole Martin Riley and George Williams Harvey youths in regard to the hold up of a filling station in that City Friday night and no further developments in connection with the shooting of William Adler Hammond Man on Friday november 9, were divulged. While chief John p. Shupryt of the Calumet City police conducting the probe could not be located at noon today it is believed that evidence secured will Lead police there to turn the youths Over to Hammond Ijo lice to answer charges of hold up and shooting Here. The Harvey youths were captured two hours after they held up a filling station Friday night and escaped in an s Fate International news service Washington nov. 19.�?the Fate of senator elect William s. Varer of Pennsylvania barred from the Senate for the last year will be settled at the coming Short of Congress it was Learned today if Senate leaders have their Way. The Vare Case has developed into a two cornered fight with William b. Wilson former Secretary of labor fighting for Pennsylvania s Junior senatorial Mantle. Wilson charged fraud in Vare s Victory and pending the next election. All indications Point to the Senate denying Vare his seat and to the rejection of Wilson s contest. This would result in a vacancy in Pennsylvania s representation in the Senate and Lead to an appoint nent pending the next election. Dreadful tales of sinking of the Ventris were retold As investigation of tragedy got under Way in new York. Here s grim lineup of those who will not testify in the inquiry. Under the half masted Flag of by Pacific Taij Potick the coast Guam pm Des Coyer Slaiw Are. Tilic first bodies salvaged a amp Pom the wat Etc. First postal Francis Coop r. Well known Hammond Pioneer letter Carrier died at his Home 456 Merrill Avenue Hammond sunday morning at 7 45 o clock after an illness of twelve Days. Or. Cooped was born 4n main4 arid in Iii came to Chicago to attend the world s fair. He stopped in Hammond to Visi t friends and decided to make the City his Home. He was employed in the Michigan Central Tower until 1896 alien he entered the postal a ervice after first returning to Maine to wed Mary Ellen Oats. During his years of service he delivered mail in practically every part of Hammond and had a wide acquaintance. In Islay 1926, after 30 years of service he was retired on pension the first government employee in Lake county to be retired under the pension Laws. Surviving Mcooper Are his wife one daughter mrs. I Illian e. Anderson two grand sons and a sister mrs. Margaret Stewart of Sanford me. He was a member of Garfield masonic Lodge the. Independent order of Odd Fellows and John a. Logan Neami Ament and Hamm Oil Canton. He served As Secretary of the l o. O. P. For 17 years. The body will lie in state at the Home until wednesday noon. Funeral services will be held at 2 o clock that afternoon from the Odd Fellows Hall. Pall will to Odd Fellows and postal employee. Burial will be in Elmwood cemetery with undertaker Stewart in charge. Believed by police to have been the victim of a Vampire Motorist Walter Walsh 50, an employee of the Standard Oil company s Whiting Plant was found dead saturday night on Indianapolis near 116th Street Robertsdale. The death was the Only fatality caused by Accident in Hammond Over the week end. Walsh s mangled body was found at s o clock saturday night by two Whiting girls As they walked along Indianapolis Boulevard. The girls whose names were not Learned by police ran into the Home of Peter w. Ford ,692 Indianapolis Boulevard who called the Robertsdale police. A Sergt. Frank h. Horlbeck who reported Walsh s death is certain that the Man was hit by a passing machine As he attempted to Cross the heavily travelled Boulevard the main route from Chicago to Northern Indiana cities. Walsh who roomed at 1345 Davis Avenue Robertsdale was struck just below the left Temple where there was a deep Hole in his head and his right leg was broken. Walsh a Blacksmith at the Whiting refinery As pronounced dead by or. David w. Bopp Whiting physician and the remains were removed to the Ivo Sior mortuary in Whiting. Continued on Page Nineteen a Corner Stone Folk he in bus smash Kalamazoo mich., nov. 19 . So seven persons Are in a Hospital and fifteen others required medical attention Here today following the wreck of a Chicago bound bus from Detroit via Hammond. The Accident occurred near Here when the Driver Fred Fisher of Kalamazoo attempted to pass another machine and the bus into an automobile driven by the Rev. Julian Bonna thirty five in the were hurtled through windows and showered with broken Glass. Those seriously injured included Alva Johnson of Muncie ind. Among the less seriously injured were Louis Nottoli and wife of Hammond ind., and Walter Reed Frankfort ind. Witnesses said the bus was More than forty minutes late and that the Driver was attempting to make up time when the crash occurred. Witnesses also said a thief took advantage of the wreck to steal purses and jewelry. A distinguished audience numbering More than 500 braved lowering skies yesterday afternoon to attend the Cornerstone laying Ceredo ivies at the new $100,000 Baptist Church in Indiana Harbor at 138th and grand Boulevard. Clergy representing All of the protestant denominations of the City and Baptist churches throughout Northern Indiana and Chicago and City and county officials were present at the very solemn services which marked the occasion. The Rev. Benjamin Otto of the executive Council of the Church from Chicago delivered the x principal address of the Day while Rev. E. Rhoades pastor and Rev. E. O. Bradshaw and Rev j. E. Smith past pastors Rev. J. N. Horton Ham mond John Haywood president of the trustees and building committee the choirs and the Washington High school concert and had parts of the program. Representatives of Quot the local Union of Brick masons Laid the Stone. Rev. Horton of Hammond delivered the opening i Ayer and Rev. Rhoades read the lesson of scripture with responses by the audience. the address of the Day Rev. Bradshaw read the prayer of dedication and following the laying of the Stone the congregation United in singing Quot the Church s one . The High school band and choirs United in a program of sacred and patriotic music and the closing prayer was read by Rev. Smith.s8 with gun two girls held up and robbed a Man in an East Hammond a Alley a Lone Bandit held up a. North Side grocery three autos were stolen and two places burglarized in a Small crime wave that struck Tatam mind Over the week end. Joe Voros 541 Alorton Avenue was the victim of the flapper stick ups saturday night when the two girls accosted him in an Alley at the rear of 541 Ames Avenue and relieved him of a in Cash and a meal who was unable to describe the girls told patrolman Edward Palmateer of. The Hammond it police that the girls stopped him and told him they wanted to talk to him. One girl displayed a gun and her skirted companion frisked Voros for the Cash and meal ticket. Both then ran from the Alley and police were unable to locate them. A Youthful gunman armed with a Blue steel revolver saturday night entered the grocery at 4s7 Chicago Avenue ordered Vincent Pszczola the Proiti Riet Wand his wife to elevate their hands and scooped $82 in Cash and a Check from the Register. According to the report Given by police by the grocer the Bandit entered the store at 9 25 o clock a few minutes before closing time. He stuffed the Money the Day s receipts into his pockets and ran to a waiting car where a second Man was at the wheel. The pair then drove East to Columbia Avenue and disappeared. Police have a fair description of figures on Road construction presented to Public for first time continued on Page Nineteen death a Mercury will drop Indianapolis. Nov. 19.�? . A the Mercur a Here probably will drop tonight to its lowest Point for to is season j. H. Armington it. S., weather Bureau head predicted today. The lowest to Date was 29 degrees. The Low temperature tonight May be As Low As 25 and Likely will be under 30, Armington said. Black Oak nov. 19.�?mrs. Sophie Thone Koeblin 79 years old died saturday morning at the Home of her daughter mrs John Nimetz near Black Oak. She was born in Germany the Daug liter of or. And mrs. Henry Ahrens. Of the family one sister survives. Mrs. Koeblin was the Mother of eleven children of whom nine survive. They Are Minnie Quot Pingle and Frieda Pingle of Chicago Anna Shultz of Brookston ind., Emilie Thone of Crown Point Rose cum mings of Hessville Louise Euler Edward Thone and Ida Nimetz of Black Oak and Lillian Shultz of Rensselaer. She also leaves 36 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral serv ices will be held from the Nimetz Home tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock. Rev. Gaiter Man officiating. Burial will be in the Ross Ceme Teit with undertaker Emmerling in charge. Writer dead Michigan City ind. Nov. 19�? . A fun a Al services for or. Albert m. Oswald 70, who died Here sunday will be held tomorrow afternoon. Or. Oswald was Well known throughout the Middle West As a contributor to newspapers and magazines. He with one of the prox voters of Michigan City s Beach now one of the largest summer colonies in America w. L Benner Whiting ind., nov 19wiuiam , 63 years old a clerk for the e. J. Amp e. Railroad at Whiting died at 8 o clock last night at his Home 1208 Myrtle Avenue Roberts Dale. Surviving Are his wife and a daughter. The body will lie in state at the Spanburg funeral Home in Whiting until noon tuesday when the body will be taken to Clinton Indiana for funeral services and burial. Or Benner was a member of the masonic order. Reachesj03,pies Muncie ind., nov. 19�? . A mrs. Anna Sibley 103 years old believed to have been the oldest woman in Delaware county was dead Here today. She had lived Here for Twenty five years coming Here from Fairmount w. A. Dies at 102 Vincennes ind., nov. 19�? l . A after living to the Ripe old age of 102 years James Burton believed to have been the oldest resident in Pike county was dead today at the Home of John Burton his son Here. Burton was a civil War Veteran and lived at Petersburg ind., for More than thirty crash Thomas Richardson 45 years old 4141 Wegg Avenue East Chicago was booked on. An open charge police and then released on a $500 Bond after an Accident at the Corner of 141st Street and Forsyth Avenue in which an so year old woman was Hurt yesterday afternoon. Richardson was driving East on 141st Street in a Chevrolet Coupe and he collided with a Willys Knight Sedan driven North on Forsyth by Harold Graff of 9707 Houston Avenue. South Chicago. Mrs. Mane Proppe 80 years old was Riding in the Willys Knight and sustained a broken shoulder Bone. She was taken to St. Catherine s Hospital. Such an injury to an old person is considered rather serious. Several others were Riding in the Sedan but the aged woman was the Only one that was hits Auto Marion ind., nov. 19.�? . A mrs. Mary Cole was in a serious condition at a Hospital today and mrs. Nellie Ruggles was suffering from slight injuries As a result of a freight train striking an automobile Here. Charles Dreihaupt escaped uninjured. Dreihaupt dragged ivies. Ruggles from under the wheels of the train. With the tremendous Road building program in North township for this year practically Complete the recommendations of Good roads organizations carried out and with but few highways projected Fqy the year 1929, the to Enship is in an enviable position relative to a system of main arteries that make every desired locality in the Vicinity accessible that establish connections with other regional thoroughfares and that Are in a position to Bear a constant and heavy traffic. However a close scrutiny of the results accomplished reveals that the expenditure for these roads was sufficiently enormous to Force a. Consideration of the Possi bitty that the Cost was entirely excessive and establish that roads constructed in the future must be built Quot Voith a far less outlay on the part of the taxpayers. Data on roads the Complete data on the dozen roads the Cost. Contractor Width and length is As follows Robert h. Henrri Nigton Kot Tda Forsyth Azemie 1. Contract to Ahlborn and la Vene Hammond. 2. Contract Price $39,591.20. 3. Width of Road 30 feet 2 con Crete strips 15 feet wide. 4. Length of Road 3,100 feet .56 Miles. Edward Simon Road Chicago and Hohman Street 1. Public construction company Hammond. 2. Contract Price ?111,900. 3. Width of Road 24 feet. 4. Length of Road 2.4 Miles. Jyh Mckei Izle Road Ching it Avenue 1. Courtright const. Co., Gary. 2. Contract Price $59,520. 3. Width of Road 24 feet. 4. Length of Road 1 mile. William g. Frederick Road Ostli ave 1. H. P. Downey co., Hammond. 2. Contract Price $85,897.50. 3. Width of Road 24 feet 4. Length of Road 1.8 Miles d. A. Jaf Taay Road Ridzie Road 1. Ahlborn amp Lavene Hommond. 2. Contract Price $105,989. 3. Resurfaced 20 feet and additional 10 it. Concrete slabs Laid on each Side of Road. Ltd length of Road 12,400 feet 2.34 Miles. Fred Dedelow Road Section 3�? 15th ave 1. H. P. Downey co., Hammond. 2. Contract Price $113,750. 3. Width of Road 24 feet. 4. Length of Road 2/ii Miles. Henry Van til Road Ridge Road 7. Ahlborn amp Lavene Hammond. 2. Contract Price $113,750. 3. Width of Road. 10 foot con Crete slabs on each Side of a 20 foot resurfacing. 4. Length of Road 13,768 feet 2.6 Miles. Samuel Abalman Road summer St 1. East Chicago const. Co. A 2. Contract Price $135,865. 3. Width of Road 24 feet 4. Length of Road 15,340 feet 2.9 Miles. Mabel to Loren Meyer Road a Calumet Avenue 1. A. Roy see Hammond. 2. A contract Price $39,350, 3. Width of Road 30 feet. 4. Length or Road -4,140 feet .78 mile. George j. Eder Road Forsyth a 1. Brophy cons. Co., Hammond 2. Contract Price $94,990. 3. Width of Road 24 feet. 4. Length of Road approximately 2.35 Miles from Hidge Road to South line of North township. Brick a and Road wicked drive 1. Ahlborn amp Lavene Hammond 2. Contract Price $83,900. Quot 3. Width of Road 26 feet. 4. Length of Road 6,478 feet 1.2 Miles. R. P. Hale Road 141st Street 1. James j. Nejdl Whiting. 2. Contract Price $248.000. 3. Width of Road 1.3 Miles this Road includes two viaducts part of the expense of which is being paid by the railroads. Twenty one extensions of time were taken on this Road Job. With one exception these roads continued on Page Nineteen increase Stutz Stock Indianapolis nov. 19.�? . A a Stock of the Stutz motor company will be increased from 263,000 to 400,000 shares president a. B. Moskovics has announced. The increase which has been arranged will be voted at a stockholders meeting at the new York office Moskovics declared. Quot the increase is for a bumming expansion program now under said. Stockholders will Purchase approximately 33,000 new shares Quot at $25 a share on the basis of one new share for each seven now held a Quot cording to plans. A. My Mim
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