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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tuesday, June 23, 1970

Tuesday, June 23, 1970

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

For Direct Classified Ad Service, I' one 761-0557
12 Noon Deadline Monday through Friday, 10:00 to 3:00 12 Noon Deadline

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LOST AND FOUND

USED CARS

SUMMER SUBLET

LOST DOG "Seymour" .long black 1963 ECONOLINE, stereo. carpeted. HALF OF 4-woman apt. June 25-Aug.
curly hair, medium size. Call 769- paneled, new engine. $900. Mark. 665- 25, mod. 665-7161. 32U35
1389. 10A35 5498. 2N35
JULY AND AUGUST sublet - Furn.,!
LOST.-Gold watch. Diag area, engraved TRIUMPH TR-3 classic, excellent air-cond., effic., on campus. Call 665-
"Elizabeth." 662-5754. Elizabeth. 11A35 throuhout. $900. 761-0548 or 769-5354 0334 before 1 p.m. 20U35
eves. 3N35
LOST--Siamese cat, answers to Mean- GIRL WANTED to share apt. July-Aug.
der, vic. Prospect-Church St. area. FOR SALE-1952 Pontiac OK car. $50.. Call 665-7346. 29U35
761-4263. anytime. Reward. 9A35 WANTED-VW, Ford, Dodge etc. BUS . -
-- VAN for camping with boys from Girl Senior needs roommates July and
FOUND -. Kitten, black, light brown Child Care Center. 761-7779. 49N38 August. MODERN A/C, 1 BDRM. at
splotches, left side of face is orange, 911 S. Forest. 668-6906 or Det. collect
found in Ann St.-Division area. 663- '67 MGB-Green, new tires, snow tires, 863-9109. 30U35
4587 or 662-9829. DA34 exc. cond. Call 761-5612 persistently
anytime night or day. 50N35 NEED 3RD FEMALE, A 'C apt., July-
LOST-Beautiful blue-eyed kitten, tan Aug. Cheap. 761-8784 or 662-6386. 31U35'
w/white chest and paws, June 12, '65 VALIANT, automatic, radio. Good
Geddes and Walnut. 761-3855. 4A34 condition. Call 761-8298. 1N35 EFFICIENCY and very large 1 bdrm.
-- directivon camnus.avail-Julyand

SUMMER SUBLET
SUMMER SUBLETS
761 -8055
14Utc
CAMPUS -Large 4-man, 2-bdrm., from
July 1 to Aug. 25. A 'C, parking,
laundry. Phone 662-6252 or 761-4373.
11U35
NEEDED--1 girl to sublet, July-August,
modern 4-man apt., close to campus,
rent is negot. Call 769-7544. DU35
SUMMER RENTALS I
Choice Apts. at low rates. Ann Arbor
- rust Co. Phone 769-2800. 22483
WANTED TO BUY

PERSONAL

GIRLS:
A Summer Law Club Dating Service
will professionally match you up
exclusively with law students at no
cost.
Send the , following information
which must include name, address.
phone number, height, and interests;
which may include a picture, age.
year in school, and anything else. All
information will remain confidential.
Mail to Law Club Social Committee.
c/o Lawyer's Club, 551 S. State Street.
32FK
GUITAR LESSONS - Start now. All
levels of proficiency, flexible hour.
Call David any time at 668-8505. DF35
"COME TOGETHER" Friday and Sat-
urday, Canterbury House, 8 p.m. 17F34

FOUND-Cute. fluffy, black female kit- CLASSIC CAR-Triumph TR-3. Good
ten, 12 wks. old, found in vicinity conditiofn. Hard and soft tops. $895 or
Church and' Oakland. Owner or in- offer. 769-4488. 48N35
terseted party call 769-2984. 6A34
1964 OLDS, Jetstar I, excellent condi-
MISSING in action since Sun., April tion, 49,000 miles, best offer. 769-
30-Burmese cat. hark brown w/gold 2396. 46N34
and white spots on stomach. Please
call 665-0505 persn:tently if you see '67 OLDS 442-New engine, almost en-
him. 1A29 tirely rebuilt. Excellent condition.
769-4289. NDd
FOUND -Silver wire rimmed prescrip- -__-_-_-_- -__ --_--..
tion lasses on Geddes Rd. after Rock PHOTO SUPPLIES
Conc ert Sund'ay.Cal1l 662-1815. DA34
MUSICAL MDSE., AT CENTURY
RADIOS, REPAIRS The Bestrn
The Bst in

ugusy 668-69p06 , . yan
August, 668-6906. 19U35

STEREO-FM system, KL and H, Gar-
rard, and Hardon-Kardonrcompon-
ents, negot. 761-3273, Barbara. X351
RADIO, TV, Hi-Fi repair. House calls-
Very Reasonable! Very Cheap!! 769-;
6250. DX35'
CHEAP. CHEAP, Cheap-I or 2 girls
needed to help divide $90 mo. furn-
ished 2 bdrm. apt. close to campus.
Call Margi or Peggy at 483-4683. X33
HERB DAVID GUITAR STUDIO
Unavailable instruments, repairs and
instructions-209 S. State, 665-8001. X
HELP WANTED
EARN ABOVE average inomes selling
new line of hon ~are products, flex-
ible hiours, 10-15 hirs./twk., scholarship~s
avail. Call 769-1348. 44H35
WANTED-Experienced sailor with 2
man crew to sail 28 foot sloop back
from Boton, all expe"ses paid. Call
769F-6637. 45H35
BABYSIlTTER WANTED, room and1
board, $20 wk. salary, in country.
Call after 7 p.m.. 461-1008. 431135

Good Used Camerds'

GREAT July-Aug. Sublet Two bed- L EATHER JACKET wanted in a small- -- - -
room, well furnished, mod. apt. with ish size. Don't care what condition TENANTS Union-Ozone' House PARTY
living, dining and kitchen area. bal- it's in. Call SARA, 769-3215. DK35 June 29th-8:30 to 1:30, ONLY $1.00.
cony, very close to campus. Females - I-The Floating Opera, Woodfield, and'
only. Call 665-2605 5r6 p.m. DU3S PETS AND SUPPLIES Packard House Weasel. Only $1.00 at
SUBLET a 1-bdrm. apt., large living -- -- the Big Steel Ballroom on S. Main.,
room, etc., nearmcampus and down- FREE PUPPIES, cute and frisky. Call B tmD
town. Ideal for any kind of couple. 665-2111 after 4 p.m. 11T35 - t
Avail, 6/27. Very Cheap. 662-6985. -- -~- -- - EXOTIC RECIPES! GOURMET COOK-
Avail. ADOPTABLE, ADORABLE kittens, 2 1 ING! and fun to boot-Call 665-3369
2_U- months old, housebroken. Call 662- " early morning and eve. to sign up
LOOKING. 8603 or 665-8375. 10T35 1 for cooking lessons. DF35
Why not tell people what you are I ICKETS 2, 3, AND 4 FOOT black lights w/fix-
looking for? Tell them cheaply, yet _____ ture, under $16, 1&, and $20. 769-2098
effectively in Daily classifieds. 764- CHEAP-2 return tickets, LONDON TO | or 662-6550. 8F35
0557, 11 am.-2 p.m., 764-0557. DU DETROIT, Aug. 6. 665-9468. 20Q35 ----------- ------e
NEED 3RD MAN for mod. 3-man apt., DOA 0 $80. Cal $5.00hr. 761-4687 eves. 9F35
July-Aug. sublet, very close to cam- Jerry 665-0150 or 663-4183 19Q35 -
pus, dishwasher, air-cond. 769-4144. PAINTING - Student desires painting
22U35 jobs, inside and outside. Four years
.ER.O..L-experience. Call 662-4736. FD
'WANTED-2 chicks to share apt, for 'K-..... -
fall, ideal location. 769-1647. 26U35 BATS--Information wanted on Bats in DESIRED--A fair to poor tennis player
Ann Arbor and vicinity. Don John for a few quick sets every now and
BI-LEVEL, modern 4-man, patio, air- Gernardt, 971-2954 eves. 11F34 then. Call Bill Alterman at The Daily,
cond., dishw., 1 block from Diag, ----~1~764-0552 anytime. DF35
July-Aug. Call 769-1889. 24U35 MANY INTERESTING people come toi
- - -'-Ann.Arbor but have no place to DON'T YOU hate to type in the hot
GROOVY, mod., 4-man, near hosp., I crash. If you have an empty bed, weather? Don't you hate to type any-
parking, disp., A/C. available now.! couch, or floor, call Ann Arbor Net- time? Let Candy do it. Cheap, pro-
761-9439, Linda. 23U35 1work, 769-6540. 13F34 fessional Call 665-4830. DF34

Jury quota
clarif ied in
high court
WASHINGTON (IP)-The 12-man jury,
traditional in criminal trials since the
14th century, is not required by the Con-
stitution, the Supreme Court ruled yes-
terday.
Specifically approving Florida's six-
member jury system, the court said the
state may settle on any number of jurors
as long as the "common-sense judgment
of a group of laymen" stands between the
accused and his accuser,
"The fact that the jury at common
law was composed of precisely 12 is an
historical accident, unnecessary to effect
the purpose of the jury system and wholly
without significance except to mystics,"
Justice Byron R. White said for the court.
In another major criminal-law decision,
the court held that indigent accused peo-
ple have the right to a lawyer's assistance
at preliminary hearings.
This is the point at which a magistrate
decides whether there is sufficient evi-
dence to give the case to a grand jury.
The ruling requires Alabama courts to
reconsider the assault convictions of John
Henry Coleman and Otis Stephens, two
Birmingham men sentenced to 20 years
in an attack on a motorist and his wife.
On a 5-3 vote the court established the
rule that defendants charged with crimes
that carry prison sentences of at least six
months are entitled to be tried by a jury.
All the states and the federal govern-
ment already follow the practice. The
ruling directly affects only New York
City.
In other actions the court:
-Agreed to decide whether the federal
government is unconstitutionally sup-
porting religion by making construction
grants to church-run colleges and univer-
sities,
-Agreed to hear an appeal by Paul R.
Cohen, a Los Angeles youth convicted of
disorderly conduct for wearing a jacket
with an alleged obscenity on it,
-Rejected 5 to 3 an appeal by eight
East Tennessee State University students
who were suspended for distributing leaf-
lets on campus. Justice Marshall, in dis-
sent, said the court was breaking its
promise to college students that "they
may have their say."

-Associated Press
Pot prograim
Atty. Gen. John Mitchell, left, and John Ingersoll, director of the Bureau of
Narcotics, announce a program to destroy wild marijuana growing in fields.
In a related incident, federal and Wayne County narcotics agents yesterday
seized alnipst a ton of marijuana stored in a farmhouse near Monroe, Michigan.
Three men were arrested in the raid.
PRELIMINARY APPROVAL:
C 0
It Council Votes for
Mlodel Ciies revisions

WE BUY, SELL, TRADE
Everything Photographic
DARKROOM SUPPLIES
LUMINOUS PAPER
Repairs on all makes
Century Camera
(At our new location)
4254 N. Woodward, Royal Oak 4
Between 13 and 14 Mile Rd. I
LI 9-6355
'lake 1-94 to Southfield Expr. North to
13 Mile Road-then East to
Woodward and North
(Michigan Bank, Security and Diner
Charges accept d)
ROOMMATES WANTED
FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for large
2-man apt. Excellent location, inex-
pensive. Call 663-5993, for July-Aug.
5Y35

----...---.-.-
JULY-AUG. sublet. Need 2 girls to FOR SALE-Diamond Engagement Ring.
complete 4-man apartment in Heri- EDUCATION at its best. Austin Dia-
tage House. Terms negotiable. Call mond, 1209 S. University, 663-7151.
665-3663. 25U35.F..
AVAILABLE immediately -- Sublet for LEAVING ANN ARBOR? Why not take
two girls in 5-man apt., bi-level, air ( some Ann Arbor Blues Festival pos-

E
E
i

conditioning, dishwasher, near cam-
pus, rent negotiable. Call 769-6224 or
I769-6424 after 5 p.m. 15CY35

WANTIED .Yong ttractive womnan MALE----- -
front office. full time. For inquiryMALE GRAD needs roommates for fall.
phone 662-2576. 40H34 Call 761-3674 afttr 6, 6Y35
EARN s25 by donating ceebroapinal I' OR SALE -1966 Honda 160. excellent
fluid. Need21-40 yr old les-fe- condition. Call 663-2014. 15Z35
4TH MAN NEEDED. July-Aug. Call
FOR SALE 662-0874. Y35
MUST HAVE a good full coverage hel-
USIC F'URN. Couch, bed, diiing rooni met. Call 769-3215 and ask for Sara
table, armchair, vanity. 663-6151. 135 if you have one in good used condi-
tion. DZ35

NEW RECORJS for sale Rock, pop,
some classi(al. ''hese are mostily un-
played promio copies. Proceeds to
ACLU. Come to 916 Oakland, Tuesday
and Wednesday morning ONLY. DI335

OLDER MALE for comfortable 3 bdrm.
duplex, on West side. $75 'mo. includ-
ing utilities and phone. 665-3330 and
764-9454. 3Y32

TWO-MAN apartment for rent for
summer term. Air conditioned, close
to campus. Call 761-2802. 28U351
CHICKS! Your own room in a groovy'
house! July 1-Aug. 31. Call 662-61661
now. 27U351
IDEAL for JULY-AUGUST. 2 bdrm., 2-3
man, well furn., mod. apt, with sepa-
rate living, dining and kitchen area,
Air-cond., balcony, close to campus.
665-2605. DU35
6-7 BEDROOM HOUSE. July-Aug., good
location, parking, 3 bathrooms, freez-
er, washer-dryer, big back yard, etc..
etc., etc. 761-5052 or 665-5671. 7U35
1 MAN to have his own bdrm. in a 2-
man apt. A/C. $60. Close to campus.
July and August occupancy. Call 769-
6764. 18U35
MAN FOR July-Aug., modern furn.
apt., balcony, dishwasher, air-cond.,
near Campus Corners. $40. 761-6687.
13U35
MODERN EFFICIENCY, July and Aug-
ust. Furnished, 761-5382 after 5:00.
17U35
JULY-AUG, SUBLET in spacious two
bedroom two-man apt., modern, well
fu'nished, with separate living, din-
ing, and kitchen area, balcony. 2 fe-
males-cheap. Call 665-2605 between
5-6 p.m. DU35
SUMMER SUBLET - Large, lux., -air-
cond., 3 bdrm., bi-level. 769-5041.
10U35

ters with you. We need posters put
up across the country. Call 763-1134
or stop by the Festival office, 2nd
floor Michigan Union (UAC Wing).
12F35
Creative Photography
WEDDINGS and portraits. Professional
quality at student rates. Call John
Evans at 769-0053 for appointment to
see portfolio. F60
OZONE HOUSE needs household items.
Call Ann Arbor Network (764-6540) to
donate your white elephant. 11F34
Creative Wedding and Portrait Photog-
raphy by a top professional need not
be expensive, if done by RICHARD!
LEE. Call 761-9452 before noon. DJtc
SANDER LEVIN has immediate open-
ings for the summer. Pay is terrible,
often non-existent, however respon-
sibility and challenge are great. Con-
tact Peter Elliott, Levin for Gov., 400
Mich. Bldg., Bagley Ave., Detroit..
10F35
ARNIE LEE -
WHERE ARE YOU?
UAC needs the pictures you took for
our publisher and board. Contact Melj
Miller, 540 Mosher, 764-9833. If any-
one knows where Arnie is. please
contact Mel. DF35'
NOT ONLY does Lloyd make great uni-
sex custom sandals ($15) but his
leather parachutes are outta sight.
804 S. State 3-9 p.m. 15F35
WEEKLY OR WEEKEND ENCOUNTER
GROUPS - Emotional re-education
and interpersonal awareness. 663-7616.
16F44 I

PAPERS writ ten and typed. cheap. very
fast. Esp. Eng 662-6985. 7F35
Daily Classifieds
Bring Results!
NEW
DOUBLEALU
SPECIA L
BOB DYLAN
Self-Portrait
ONLY
$6*73
HI-Fl BUYS,
Ann Arbor-East Lansing
"Ouality Sound Throuqh
Quality Equipment"
618 S. Main 769-4700

By HARVARD VALLANCE
A controversial proposal to restructure
the Model Cities policy board and to alter
the decision-making structure of the pro-
gram was given preliminary approval by
City Council last night.
If given final approval at next week's
council meeting the proposal would ser-
iously undermine community control of
the program and c h a n g e the policy
board from a decision-making body to an
advisory body to City Council, claimed
Dr. Albert Wheeler, chairman of the
Model Cities planning committee.
The proposed ordinance would allow
City Council to accept or reject recom-
mendations by the board and to initiate
programs on its own if the board fails to

AFFIRMS PRESIDENTIAL POWER
Byrd bill amended to
Cooper-Church proposal

WOLLENSAK 1500SS tape recorder, ex- NEED ROOMMATE till Aug., own room,
eel. cond., best offer. 769-0698. 4135 on campus. 761-9766 after 7. 2Y35

12x60 STAR MOBILE HOME, I yr. old,
« furn. Call 483-1297. 1B35
SUNFISH sailboat, $400. Fine Flamingo
guitar, $160. 665-3330. 21332
YORK a ttonobile air-conditiuner, used
2 hours. Complete $90. 665-3993. 3B34
SELL YOURSELF
on Daily classifieds
764-0557, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 764-0557
DB3
BARGAIN CORNER
Sam's Store
NEED LEVIS ?
VISIT
US
FOR
BLUE DENIM:
Super Slims 6.50
Button-Fly 6.50
Traditional6......6.98
Bells ......... 7.50
BLUE CHAMBRAY
SHIRTS ..... 2.49
MORE LEVI'S
"White" Levi's ... 5.50
(4 Colors)
Sta-Prest "White"
Levi's ........ 6.98
Nuvo's .......... 8.50
Over 7000 Pairs in Stock!
Sam's Store
122 E. Washington

FOR YOU $40/mo. Female, own room,
on campus. Now thru August. Maybe
fall option. 761-5896. 48Y35 1
3RD MALE GRAD for 3-4 man house
beg. Sept., partly furn, near cam-
pus, own bdrm. $65/mo. and util. 665-
8047 after 6 p.m. 49Y35
GIRL GRAD seeks room, apt., or room-!
mates for Fall Will pay or work. Call
668-6095. 46Y35
TRANSPORTATION
DRIVING SOMEWHERE? Need riders?
Ann Arbor Network (769-6540) will
put you in touch with someone going
in that direction. 34G34
INDIA Overland. $204, regular trips. 39
Landsdowne Gardens, London, S.W. 8,
U.K. 50
SHARE rented VAN to N.Y.C. area.
Riders too. Lv. June 25 or 26. 769-
4591, Bob. 33035
FOR SALE-Round trip ticket to Eur.,
Windsor to London, June 26-Aug. 6,
very inexpensive, avail, immediately,
Call anytime (preferably after 4), 761-
2240. 30G35
BIKES AND SCOOTERS
LEATHER JACKET wanted in sort of
small size. Don't care what condition
it's in. Call Sara, 769-3215. DZ35
305 YAMAHA. Call 663-3267. 13Z38
USED GIRL'S BIKE, good condition,,
price negot. 761-7465. 14Z35
1970 HONDA GB 350. $650 or best offer.
761-1916. 12Z35
SUZUKI 250 cc, X-6 Hustler Road-
machine. FAST. $439 or offer. 769-
4488. 1lZ35
HONDA 300 Scrambler. 769-3952. 323
John St. Best offer, 10Z35
MOTORCYCLE tune-ups, 1 day service.
Ca l665-3114 for appointment. 9Z35

MICHIGAN REPERTORY
UNIVERSITY PLAYERS
July 14-August 8
MERCHANT OF VENICE BOR
OF MICE AND MEN

'70
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JOE EGG

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WASHINGTON (F)-The Senate yes-
terday added a few new words and a gen-
erous helping of confusion to proposed
curbs on Indochina spending and the
President's authority to conduct war
there.
By a lopsided vote of 79 to 5, it ap-
proved an amendment by Sen. Robert
C. Byrd (D-Va), to the so-called Cooper-
Church proposal that has been the ob-
ject of six weeks debate.
The Byrd language says that nothing
in the proposal of Sens. Frank Church
(D-Idaho) and John Sherman Cooper
(R-Ky) would limit the President's con-
stitutional powers as commander-in-chief
to "protect the lives of United States
armed forces in South Vietnam."
The Cooper=Church amendment -
which still appears at least a week away
from a final vote-would bar retention
of U.S. troops in Cambodia after July 1,
restrict use of U.S. air power in that
country and prohibit financing of foreign
advisers.
While some backers of the Byrd
amendment argued Cooper-Church had
been weakened, other supporters said it
had not.
"I do not regard this language as hav-
ing any substantive effect on Cooper-
Church," declared Sen. J. W. Fulbright,
(D-Ark) chairman of the Foreign Rela-
tions Committee.
But Fulbright, one of the five who
voted against the, amendment, said he did
so for fear that people would misinterpret

an affirmative vote as a change of heart
in his vigorous opposition to the Cam-
bodian invasion.
"Some senators assert this language is
meaningless," said Byrd during the de-
sultory debate. "Well, it isn't meaningless.
Anybody who says it is, hasn't read it
and thought about it."
Arguing for his amendment, which was
backed by administration leaders in the
Senate, Byrd said it was not intended to
relieve "the President of what is a very
clear responsibility of his, in my judg-
ment, to consult with the Congress and
to get its approval and its support before
entering into any new war or any new
commitment."
Byrd sponsored, with administration
backing, an amendment that was defeat-
ed last Thursday 52-47 which also de-
clared nothing in Church-Cooper re-
stricted the President from protecting
U.S. forces in Vietnam.
That far more sweeping amendment,
however, would have pertained to all sec-
tions of the Cooper-Church amendment.
Opponents said it would have amounted
to a restatement of the controversial
Tonkin Gulf resolution of 1964 which
former President Lyndon B. Johnson
used as authority for the first major es-
calation of the war.
With the second Byrd amendment out
of the way, Sen. Robert J. Dole (R-Kan),
called up an amendment that would re-
peal the Tonkin Gulf resolution.

s u b m i t a recommendation to council
within a specified time limit.
Under current procedure, council has
veto power over any action taken by the
policy board but may not initiate any
action on its own. Actions taken by the
board are considered final unless rejected
by a two-thirds vote by the council.
The new ordinance would also make
the director of Model Cities program di-
rectly responsible to the council and
mayor.
The present 15 'member policy board
would be expanded to 23 and would also
add two concilmen and three representa-
tives from city departments in a non-
voting capacity on the board.
The present method of selection of
board members-as representatives of
community groups such as the NAACP
and block clubs-will be replaced by
direct election of members from the
neighborhood,
Reading a prepared statement, Mayor
Robert Harris claimed that Dr. Wheeler
was reconciled to the position that the
changes should be made in order to meet
federal guidelines concerning city respon-
sibility for local Model Cities projects.
After the ordinance passed, however,
Wheeler said that "the mayor misrepre-
sented my views in claiming that I was
reconciled to such changes."
Ezra Rowry, acting chairman of the
Model Cities policy board, said that the
mayor was "lying" in his statements
claiming that the changes were required
to meet federal guidelines sent by the
Washington and Chicago Model Cities
offices.
Rowry said that the guidelines stipu-
lated only that there be direct lines of
authority between the program director,
the mayor and City Council and did not
require that the director could not also
be responsible to the policy board.
Rowry also claimed that the mayor had
lied in stating that the proposed changes
had been approved by the executive com-
mittee of the policy board.
At the June 9 session of City Council,
Harris said that the proposed changes
appeared to be a satisfactory compromise
between the desires of federal officials
and the desires of the majority of the
board's executive committee.
Speaking on the issue of community
control over the program's operations,
Harris suggested last night that the final
form of the ordinance to be voted on
next .week following an open hearing
include a provision that would deny coun-
cil power to initiate action on financial
-matters.

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Today thru June 30
$5,00, 6.50, 7.00, 8.50 (4 plays)
LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
AIR-CONDITIONED

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS
Beginning July 1
$1 .50, 2.00, 2.50
12:30-5:00;,Mon.-Fri.
Ph. 668-6300

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