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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 5, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio Weather w by or tray. In in Mem my prom. My she Simes. Home edition i a Tab sumo ill vol it. No. In m pages Pon Mouth Oma Tom at augusts iwo thru pm women missionaries toothed expect Federal legislation to curb expenditures today the brightest Boyt Money t yes. Ideas t no. We need More people. Government experiments. By Arthur a Wani copyright in rim a say a Brad Thomas a. Edison and Henry Ford smile benignly As 17-Y�ar-old 0. Williams of Rhode Island is declared a brightest boy in America. That declaration May by modified by actual Eventa thirty yaws hence ets widow will a Rutalj to Success of Iii american. No series of were thinking too hard w on thing to All their of. A lid ii inf ii Lions coaids detect brightest Hij Quot in a population of 120,000.000. Edison and Ford were both i Bright boys at 17, Sod neither coaids i Pohly have won that Competition they Rains Frith so Many different thing. Lone question had to do with i part stranded in the desert. The icy answering the question was to reside himself Leader of the part which bad Only food and enough to take three of the expedition to safety. The boy Leader Mast decide which three he would save in a party con stint of a a Brilliant scientist aged 50 two half Breed Goldee the Eden list s wife a society lady aged 30 Oer son. Aged 6 the girl you Are Nga Geil to marry your beat Friend promising Young scientist and yourself the Leader. Which three would you choose to live which would you leave to die a fathers might discuss hat with their children. A primitive Man would save himself with bus and the younger of the two guides to help. A Klud hearted civilised Man would save the old scientist the woman Aud her boy. A Man interested Only in world Rrt fire would save Tbs old ads ust Joung scientist sad Send the de with them. A real Man mid stay in the desert and Dis with left behind. About so per cent All men would save themselves. A a Washington changing its mind allows shipload of Wood pulp from Russia to land. Assistant Secretary Low Man says there is no proof that the pulp was made by convict labor. To have excluded it would have caused factories to dose Here and put our men out of work i however let none accuse us of insincerity in our objection to Russia s communistic ideas. While the Wood pulp was allowed in. Communists demonstrating in new York were clubbed by police four badly Burt two arrested. We Vin take their Money offering profit and employment but not their ideas. A a a Wali. Street Stock brokers had their in Forest Day of the year on Friday a a Only 1,090,210 shares sold. Not get a a million Eliare Day was girl nov it is nothing. R France continues collecting Ltd old and knows How to get it England grieves As her Gold Stock Dimin Here $13,000,000 morn Gold i taken by France making $50, in Gold shipped from America to Paris within a few weeks. A a a thi farm Board which was m in Milizer wheat Aud hold up its Price watches it drop with alarm. Or. Legge. Head of the Board warns Farmer that production most is Cut. Or. Legge says Quot a material reduce a n in the United states wheat crop Yin result in some improvement in world prices. A world prices Are made abroad w Here. It seems a pity that Amar Ifan Farmers should Bear the Brunt of redux ing acreage to make the Price of wheat Safe for the rest of the world. A to what the country really toed is population to consume tilings that Farmers and factories Duce. If we had enough people to continued on Page eleven temperatures Krhla Raual a depart Temor fur at a a today High. A f. Vear ago today High so temperature monday wait i it s in Ute i it or a �?�la, ii a a Hoffa to. W Ito. 1 a a a a f k a -.,. I a i by Ore. I. C f a. In. Today. A a a i Clear. To Clear i a a to Clear. A a to Cloudy. So Cloudy. To Clear. So near. To partly. A a to Clear. A to partly. A to Cloudy. A a a Cleo a. A 4 Clear. A 8 Clear. 2 partly. A to Clear. A a Clear. A to Kala. A a near. Clear. A a i Wiatr yesterday s maximum Charman Nye has plan for Active fight North Dakotan says Cand dates spend too much to be elected other members Aid charges Senate becoming a a Rich Many a club rather than Law body. Washington aug. 5.�?recoin Mandat ions by the Senate Campaign funds committee for Federal legislation to curb Campaign expenditures were predicted today by chairman Nye As a result of the investigations the committee is carrying on in Are Erst states. The legislation be believed will be urged in the committees first report on these investigations. A constitutional amendment to empower Congress to legislate on the nomination or election of candidates for the offices of senator and representative president and vice president is contemplated in the program the North Dakotan is preparing to submit. Expects Active a Nye said he expected other members of the committee to join Bim in Active sponsorship of such legislation. Several already have expressed privately the conviction that congressional action should follow their inquiries a by the time Congress comes Back a Nye said a we will have figures on the Coats of primary and general election campaigns in 34 states with a by i of i a of a single Campaign at the Price of perhaps a million dollars and of another at As Little Proto ably As $50u. The inescapable conclusion la that legislation is a. Legislative program proposed More than a year ago by senator Bronson cutting now Mexico Republican designed to curb Tho High Cost of election has brought to Light again by senator Nye. To took it tor study from the files of the Senate judiciary committee where it Nan rested since cutting introduced in senator cutting s Secretary said today the new mexican would join loan Active Campaign for Early action on some such legislation. Working oat plan Nye is working on a plan involving legislation to provide that each state set the time limit of election expenditures and pay these expenses in final primaries. A this would mean preliminary primaries to eliminate candidates who came in merely because of the Freedom to do so they would have under such a system a he continued. A if the state set the limit knowing the state would Bear the expense it seems to me the Legislatures could be depended upon to keep them Down. It seems to me that would prevent translation into actuality of the aphorism we Are bearing More and More often that the Senate the last free forum of the people is becoming a Rich Many a a collegiate of there a anyone in radio circles More collegiate than Jane Froman of wet Cincinnati Shell have to be shown. Jane is from Missouri and has attended seven different schools ave of them in her own state one in new York and one in Cincinnati. 8be s an excellent vocalist and la known As the a Sapphire song to file inventory Wilmington o., aug. 6-an inventory of the defunct Sabina Bank which dosed recently after heavy withdrawal will be filed with Clinton county common pleas Coart within a few Days d. J. Mcburr assistant state superintendent of Banka announced today. Huet ruled bouy of Mah is four duh Road sawed off Shotgun discovered in automobile full of Small shot victim was Wayl Ayed residents heard la shots and saw automobile near crime scene. By the Aasa elated Presa Youngstown of aug. 5.�?the body of a Man believed to to Salvator Ragas so 40, of Youngstown wan found Early today Bride a rend mar Vienna seven Railes North of bore riddled with shot gun wounds. Near the body stood an automobile with 48 shot holes la it on the car s seat was a sawed off shot gun with several unexploded shells Bride it county authorities believe the slayers Lay in Walt Bride the Road and fired on their victim a be stepped from his automobile perhaps to keep an appointment. A series of la shots were heard by residents near the ecu one of the shots struck her Bouse. Mrs. Nelson Taleel who called sheriff John Elsber told him. Mrs. Maldet told the sheriff that a Sedan bearing a Pennsylvania License drove into a driveway nearby yesterday afternoon mopped there awhile and drove away. It la believed Tho occupants were Bunting a suitable place for the crime. The sheriff believed that the Man might have been a victim of gangster warfare. The automobile was standing in the Middle of Tho Road out of gear. File answer in surf Anns sirt i a it Teu darn High t a a a or. To to Ara Low of a a contractors ask dismissal of action brought against City manager. Contractors Swingle Robinson and Burns of Hamilton have filed an answer to the suit of f. H. Manning general manager of the Peebles paving Brick company is. City manager cd a. Harrell in which they ask that Manning s suit be dismissed. The answer was flied in common pleas court tuesday through attorney William j. Meyer. The contractors say they submitted regular proposal on resurfacing Findlay and eighth streets and on a separate Sheet of paper filed with the bids wrote that the proposal was predicated on the award of both jobs and that they could Complete both streets within 30 working Days they deny other allegations of the Manning petition. Manning sued to permanently in in in Harrell from awarding the contract to Swingle. Robinson Aud Burn grounds that the combined bid was not spec tied in the specifications a or advertisements the petition further states that Frowine Brothers were More than $1400 lower on the Findley Street Job than Swingle Roll Sou and Burns. Frowine specified Brick and Swingle. Rob Inson and bums specified Asphalt. Judge Russell k. Mccurdy tera Ito rarely enjoined Harrell from entering Toto the contract. Evidence was submitted to the court last week and the hearing wig continued to week to give Ike attorneys time to ale _ appoint Bishop Vatican City. Ask. 8-the Puu today appointed the Rev. A data v. Dandy o Hara of a Rara i lilt department it Clear to stat Kcal Catholic welfare canned Loc tee partly m Dandy Bishop of Groat Pella. Malaea. The Bee. E. V. Of Hara i a pariah Hie a deem in Isis a a Hope renewed for break in Ohio heat hallucinations by the associated pros Youngstown of aug. 5.�? hallucinations apparently brought in by the Bent and by Over noting caused Daniel Bernstein to turn in a Are alarm from his Home inst night when a Remen arrived they found him unconscious on the Fluor hut an sign of flames Bernstein wan revived and placed under a physicians care. Remhardt Des after Accident i hew Boston widely known Transfer Man crushed through Abdomen kept word Waukegan ii aug. 6.�? one Back meet Driver who did not confine her activities to talking is in the Waukegan Hospital with a fractured Skull. She is mrs. James Gra Giorg of Highwood. Yesterday she told her husband that if be did no to slow Down from of Miles an hour she would get out of their automobile. He did no to and she did. to it Del Ltd old a Llu it do la Iai it do jims choose Blond Beauty new Orleans High school girl will defend u. S. Beauty Crown. By Tim am hath pm Galveston Tex. A to a gel Den Bai my. 17-Ye�r-old new Orleans High school girl is America s defending Champion in the annual International pageant of Pulcher etude Here. The girl who a the judge a unanimous selection As a Mist United 8tatea of America Quot last night la miss Dorothy Dell Goff. She will compete tonight against seven european entrants for the title Quot Beauty Queen of the the girl who in the judges opinion approached the most nearly american ideals of Beauty is five feet Ais inches in height a and weighs 122 pounds. Her hair is Long and her figure described a Misa new Orleana two appearances last night with the is other american entrants once in evening gown and once in bathing costume brought prolonged cheers. Among the others approved loudly by the crowd was miss Helen Hannan As miss new Jersey. Miss now Orleans at times an Amateur radio Singer was breath Lese after the Coronation. She a Able Oaly to say Abe Felt heh to Fields Fortune quoted Reho divorce by Tho Assaria pros Reno. Nev. Aug. 5.�?mrs. Evelyn Marshall Field daughter of the lain Charles h. Marshall of new York was granted a secret divorce from Marshall Field Iii monday. Tho complaint was aloud secretly under number monday morning and the Ca a was heard behind cloned Donn la District judge George a. Bartlett schambers a papers la the Cane Ham Benn sealed hot it in indent Sod Aho charged bar millionaire husband with desertion. It in reliably resin receive la Tbs of $1,000,000 per yeas off four Kious adder to toll cooler temperatures due in most of state with rain by wednesday. By Tho Assenat a Tao renewed hops for a break la the protracted heat wave held out for Ohio today a the state suffered from new water shortages and Gram fires. Somewhat cooler temperatures sad Cloudy skies Wert predicted for the Northern sad Central sections of the state Aud showers Are Dos by tomorrow. For water she Tage la the fear of a serious water shortage at Chaton a corps of 90 Mea waa appointed by service director w. D. Hau Hoid to prevent the use of City water for sprinkling lawns washing automobiles and for swimming pools. A number of Cleveland suburbs also had depleted water resources. Gram fires forced several Hundred Farmers la Tbs Vicinity it Tiffin to Battle to save buildings at Republic and of the farm of John Weinandy West it Tiffin. La Columbiana county 800 acres it Meadows Aud Orchards in St Clair and yellow townships Wert burned by flames thought to have started from a discarded cig Aret a Brash sad Timber fire swept three farms near Carrollton. 30 Miles South of Canton destroying abandoned buildings on the Tam a use farm near Carrollton. Oven Falls on him operation in mercy Hospital fails to save life of life Long resident Here. Internal injuries sustained monday afternoon proved fatal to Nicholas Reinhardt 60, 610 eighth Street in mercy Hospital monday night. He expired four hours after be wee injured. Or. Reinhardt who was a life Long resident of this City was helping untold a 1,500 Pound oven from a track on Gallia Avenue new Boston when injured. The Board which they were sliding the oven on slipped and the oven fell on Reinhardt crashing him through Tho Abdomen. A Motorist moved him to mercy Hospital where to underwent a major operation la an Effort to save bus life. Or. Reinhardt a born in this City and had been in the Transfer us of to ufos. Be we Herere Debattle thin map shown Tho now trouble son in China whet chinese communist armies no Active against Loyal nationalist troops. Tho territory in Tho lower left Corner la held by them with the captured City of Changsha As their has. Hankow Kimdang and Nanchang am also threatened. Tho u. 8. Gunboat Palos Laden with american refugees waa last reported in Tho Slang River near Changsha. for farm interests four Mort deaths wets added to the heats ton during the last 94 hours. John Andrew Brookhaven 78, music composer Aud mrs Ellen lore. 51. Both of Columbus end James Mcdowell of. A cays hogs county employ were victims of the Bent while 10-Yesr-old Thomas Buri drowned while bathing in Lake Erie at Cleveland. Brief showers brought a temporary Relief to the norther portion it Tbs stats late yesterday ofter a number of record temperatures Hod bean rechecked. It was 166 at Steubenville 168 at Youngstown to at cute Risati and 97 at Cohu Abus sad Cleveland. Typhoons tic is lives a up in in Mufu Riv Sci in Tim London. Alg. 5.�?honda, landslides nod buildings Collop ass Tonying two try inn that Tho japanese province it thamia intend of How Day. To a a foil of to band a carding to my advices reaching the City. Tho Provty a to virtually Tannin the of Mil my Haw warn flooded White la the Anam it president and treasurer of Tho Brin Haydt Transfer company which i operated by bin Ara Earl. Holo survived by the widow. Mrs. Ca Uteri Reinhardt. 610 eighth Tenet of son Earl Reinhardt of 1126 kidneys Law on brother re Reinhardt of brio Tovine three Sisters miso Katherine Reinhardt of twelfth Street mrs. John Mackle to Waite 1617 Highland Avenue in. Mass ret Smith of Jefferson City oks and two grand children. The body has Benn moved borne Flora the Lynn funeral Home where it May in viewed by friends or. Reinhardt was one of the Pioneer drayman in Portsmouth and waa of of its Best known nod most Hlikly regarded citizens. News of bin Sodden death was Learned of with sincere regret. He wee in the Bete of health when injured and was conscious after submitting to an operation in the Hopes of staying the hand of death. Zeppelin report denied it Adams Secretary claims order for z r s will be carried out by u. S. By Tim Assenat Froes Washington aug. A Secretary Adams said today Tho contract bad not been cancelled for Tho zr8, second of the two dirigible ordered from the Goodyear Zeppelin company of Akron of. By Tho Navy department. The Secretary said there was no basis of fact in the report the Navy department bad cancelled the contract. A of he remarked a a Long m them to an opinion a to whether we May or May not build the second ship. There will in speculation on our the Secretary added that in us with president hoovers Economy program Tho Navy department a considering nil Means of curtailment but that the contract for Tim zr8 had not been cancelled. Bad on Mary we Rogers special Beverly Hills. Calif. Angust 5.�?Mary Pickton was robbed late night by Douglas Fairbanks. Burglars entered but Doug said in bad an Money. They asked if he knew where be Carid get Nome. Dong mid. A Why. Yen Mary Bas a Well can you get it Quot asked the burglars. A Wall i always Bare of she is a Simp a arid Dong. So Dang burgle ret Mary for 106 Bock come Down tears and t Brood car $00. Keeping to per cont for somites no cad overhand. Burglars mad sirs a menu with him to come Back As my As Mary had anything Aba. Yours. Will Rogers four states in primary throes farm Relief and prohibition Are issues concerning elections. Farm Relief party regularity and pro Titbit on War issues enter Wanai with primaries today in Kansas Missouri Virginia and want Virginia but for Tho moot Pun the questions Mma rid in Biri a i a in Mai within Tho state. Out la Kansas plagued by the drought and Low wheat prices senator Henry j. Allen Strong administration supporter was seeking the Republican nomination. The contest for governor however in the stat and out Drew More attention. Governor Clyde m. Reed who thinks the Federal farm boards acreage reduction Campaign fool lab was opposed by Frank Haack legislator Legionnaire and Farmer. Hocke has charged the governor with attempting to undermine the affairs of the government. He did not take direct Issue with Reed on the wheat reduction matter. Allen a Reed appointee is running for the remainder of vice president Curtis unexpired term. Uriah like Reed Ralph Snyder who think like Reed on wheat redaction has tried to make this an Issue. The senator replied be regretted that chairman Legge of the farm Board Bas failed to Deal directly with the wheat emergency. Senator Arthur capper Republican had no opposition for the nomination for a third term. Neither did Davis democratic senatorial candidate. In Virginia where the fact that some democrats did not support Alfred e. Smith democratic nominee Bas not been forgotten. Senator Carter Glass had no opposition for the democratic senatorial nomination. Tbs liquor question Tad rumblings from Tbs presidential Campaign wars heard in Eoo Teets for the House. La Tbs fifth District rep. Joseph Whitehead has Bara accused by Hie opponent Thomas Burch of giving Lacka Faisal Smith rapport. Five Bosk Smi five Democrat were seeking the seat vacated by rep r Walton Moore la Tbs eighth District Only one. State senator Frank i Ball. Has been characterised by the anti Saloon league a All 16 of Mimosa Rio a representatives wars asking to a seat Bari to Wallington. Four democrats who were swept off Tbs political Mountain by the Hoover Avalanche Law wanted their old neats in the House. There a More interest in the drought than the election and a extremely Light vote was expected. Five candidates were seeking the re a Mican senatorial nomination in West Virginia. They jumped int the Mea after senator Goff derided to retire. The Winner will oppose a Farmer senator. M. M. Neely i the n lamber election. Senator Hatfield. Republican Hod a hard time Hasting Nealy in 1198. Prohibition Only slightly ringed the Mareet Alf Hough Benjamin l. Bam a Monos former representative favors modification of Tbs Tabt la i act a seared states Pleau for help drought fast assuming proportions of catastrophe in farm Region. By Tho associate prose Washington aug. 5�?an ominous Goto crept today into discussion of reports from Tho drought red ragtag of the Central and Southern Simm an agricultural interests began seeking Relief through government and commercial channels. Washington was giving thought to Tho word brought yesterday by Louis j. Taber master of Tbs nations Grange that the drought would assume proportions of a major catastrophe Ullem rain fell within to to 30 Dayn the weather maps meanwhile several held for Ransom by red bandits Finger severed from British woman and sent with $50,000 demand gunboats fired upon american and British sea men wounded warships rushed to War zone. By the aaa slate pros Shanghai aug. 5.�?stories it torture and other violence involving women missionaries climaxed today report from the a roes infested with communists and bandits. British consular authorities at Soochow reported desperadoes had chopped Finger from the band of a British woman missionary at Kina Yang Northern Fukien province and a ant the severed digit to provincial officiate at yelping along with a a mend for $50,000 Ransom tor Tho a to. Flonary and her companion both of whom bad been held Captiva for mom than a month. The message from the desperadoes mid the women s other fingers would lie chopped off and sent a evidence of the seriousness of the Ransom demanded unless payment were forthcoming immediately. _ women Captiva held the captives Are miss Edith Nettleton and Tea Edith Harrison of Tho British Church missionary society with Headquarters in London. They worn seized while travelling from Chung an toward yelping in an attempt to escape from the danger Ami. Ona american and three British sailors were wounded when communists attacked foreign gunboats on Tho Slang River near Changsha belated dispatches from the Honan province capital disclosed today. The american Bluejacket wan shot through the Chest yesterday when red machine gunners sprayed the sides of the United states gunboat Palos with Lead tor the second time in a week. Tile Palos quickly silenced the communist Are dispatches mid. Details of the wounding of the British Sailor Wert lacking Bat it1 we known they were members of the claw of the British gun Boe t Taser boaters we dad Riv sailors it Tho Palos Wert wounded late wednesday when communists fired at the gunboat of it approached Changsha to observe conditions after reds bad looted and burned Many sections of that wealthy City. Fifty bandits Wert killed Sod Many wounded is the Palos replied with machine guns Sod three Inch rifles. Dispatches mid the latest com continued to show no indications of we permanent Relief Monist attacks upon foreign gunboats mom dim a Lorain. Ohio. A Agate i children Flam 4 toll your old. Pm injured ate seriously when the Boom a and Barite it a teis Menvil foil a them monday As they watch earn ratios Wark As a in. Of arts Wmk 4 my Date imm a fractal and Amk Imir Asl Tejai Fos a a crash foot. Permanent Relief. Suggest meting Grain Taber suggested to presided Hoover that spacial Low freight rates a made available to move Hay and feed into rattle growing regions deprived of their natural pasturage. He urged also a maximum Extension of credit facilities to Farmers in the parched regions chairman Legge of the farm Board also asked hankers and bus Luem men to extend every credit facility to furnish feed for cattle and Dairy herds As appeals reach. Cd the Board for Aid. William f. Hochl Llang of the farm Hoard mid 14 important Dairy states bad had Oaly 36 per cent rainfall during Tho growing months not Only damaging crops Midows and Cora. Hut decreasing milk production. Appeals Ara Phi aard the states a mated were Kansas Nebraska Missouri Oklahoma ten Kentucky. Arkans. Midi san Ohio Illinois Iowa Indiana North Dakota and Minnesota. From Kentucky came word that the state farm Bureau the Louisville Hoard of Trad and the Jeffers in county firm Bureau planned an Appeal to the farm Board for a Survey of Kentucky conditions and the needs of Farmers Sod cattlemen. Mrs. Drouse 83, hit by machine mayor j. L. Phillips of new Boston Driver of machine in Accident. Mrs. Eum a. Brouse 63, of Buena Vista Pike had a narrow escape from bring killed about 8 30 p. In. Monday when struck by an automobile while crossing the Highway in front involved japanese and italian vessels As Well As the Palos and Teal. Eleven warships. Including two american were concentrated today St the Tri Dales of Hankow Xuchang and Hanyang to protect foreigners against threatened red incursions. Hankow was virtually under martial Law. Chine soldiers searched everyone on the streets and a Volunteer defense corps was organised by the French Community for Omer Eucy. Other foreign quarters Wert barricaded and guarded to prevent a reenactment of scenes late week at Changsha when foreign property valued at millions of dollars was destroyed by communists. A Conley denies version plot West Virginia governor say he did not Force state employees vote. V both Assenat Anas Charleston w. Va., August 5. A charges that governor William g. Conley is Quot coercing Quot state employees to Rote for j. Elwood Jones one it five candidates seeking the Republic an United states senatorial Tion in today a pm Mary election brought a denial from the chief executive today and Public admission that Jones is the governors favorite. The governor made his denial la a letter to Thomas w. Fleming Fairmount member of the Republican state executive committee who. La a Telegram stated Quot Rumor persist thai you Are coercing state employee i vote for or. a Quot i am coercing no on to Rota fog or. Jon a Tho governor replied Quot or any other Republican and i of the House of her anti in Jwj adding telegrams repeating wild no a Mora and giving Tbs mum to Tbs a for political Par poem i Tho presumption expressed in Telegram and i mate Ron Fate year presumption la greater than year Lodgment Quot employee of Tim late so far As i knew have Tho privilege of rating for whom they please and Yea Art Ted enough and have bad safari a. Enough not to Brite wild political Sod daughter or. And mrs. Becker Jost West it Raven Rote form. Mayor j. L Phillips of note Boston was Driver of the machine. Mrs. Browse was Cross a the Rand borne to visit her Laugher and to Ute dusk mayor Phillips foiled to in Ute women until to waa too com to ovoid Tho Accident. A applied the brakes suddenly co ate Nath Materia to skid scram the rend Tho front hamper Bitting mrs. Brens sad knocking Bor to Tho roved Rood. Mite Brans suffered t cat on Tbs elite right a note and Taj urte Rte Hast hands Ani wrists. Plank Mumy for Annb York. An sate a Monte a. Is by of a Aib a Iii of of a petites at no my of lbs trip to tend to Rosa it. I am going i vat for or. Jobs believing or is boat rite feed of Al Ute candidates to flu Tbs important position it United states senator sad i Hope that my Thiol boat Rte teats1 a huh Yot Terik t Tho Teteris b we wham i Tea a. I or. Jogs Armga it am a Aal know what ii am am Xuy mama v Quot sife or pump Asp War i am Myhr in bbl to of a Baqqi my tatter to Tbs Paras Bonnani Jab pm your term Lotta pm

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