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Stories from Monday, October 7, 2002

Local church looking for a few good pumpkins (10/07/02)
Grace United Methodist Church of Cape Girardeau has begun its annual search for one "great" pumpkin to sponsor in the 2002 Pumpkin Patch National Pumpkin Decorating Contest. As an official Pumpkin Patch organization, Grace UMC can sponsor only one entry, said Ann Kinsey, chairperson of the Great Pumpkin Search Committee. "We're looking for a pumpkin that is so good it will cause grown men to faint and raise eyebrows on a national panel of judges. It must stand out in a crowd," she said...
Scott County sheriff to get LOCATOR (10/07/02)
BENTON, Mo. -- When a child is reported missing, time is one of law enforcement's greatest enemies. Every hour a child is missing, the likelihood of a safe recovery falls. The Scott County Sheriff's Office is now working with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to implement LOCATOR, the Lost Child Alert Technology Resource...
Junior high school working on final touches to building (10/07/02)
It may be a little unsightly in places, officials say, but Central Junior High School is fulfilling its most important obligation -- educating children. The 50-year-old building at 205 Caruthers Ave. in Cape Girardeau is beginning to show its age -- peeling paint, crumbling ceiling tiles and moisture-damaged flooring...
Cape Girardeau City Council agenda (10/07/02)
7 p.m. today City Hall, 401 Independence Study session at 5 p.m.Public Hearings A public hearing regarding the necessity to make certain sewer improvements in Lateral Sewer District No. 14-K-7, including the construction of a sanitary sewer 8 inches in diameter along with manholes, pavement restoration and other necessary appurtenances to serve certain properties in Lateral Sewer District No. 14-K-7...
Despite drought, there are plenty of low-priced pumpkins (10/07/02)
The summer drought proved a horror story for many Midwest pumpkin growers who saw their crops die on the vine. But area growers say consumers won't have anything to scream about this Halloween when it comes to picking pumpkins. Even with lower yields, there are still plenty of pumpkins to carve and prices are about the same as last year -- typically about 20 cents a pound retail, growers say. An 18-pound pumpkin sells for about $3.50...
Oktoberfest planned in Jackson (10/07/02)
Northern Cape Girardeau County and Perry County are known for their German heritage, but the city of Jackson also once had strong ties to Germany. Many pastors gave sermons in both German and English in the 19th century and early in the 20th. Frederick Kies' Jackson-based newspaper, the Volksfreund, originally was printed only in German, then in both German and English. ...
Community cuisine 10/07/02 (10/07/02)
Delta Church of God hosting dinner on Friday The Delta Church of God of Prophecy will host an All You Care to Eat Chicken and Dumpling Dinner from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Delta Community Center. Carry-outs are welcome. Call Mike Birkman at 450-7252 for more information...
Scott City skater will be in Disney show (10/07/02)
Having performed all over the world, ice skater Matt Buttrey of Scott City finally gets to showcase his talent close to home. The 25-year-old will portray Prince Charming in Feld Entertainment's Disney on Ice at the Family Arena in St. Charles, Mo., Wednesday through Sunday. Playing in Memphis, Tenn., three years ago was the nearest Buttrey's show has gotten to Southeast Missouri before now...
Community briefs 10/07/02 (10/07/02)
Series for grandparents raising grandchildren A series of free workshops for grandparents raising grandchildren will begin on Tuesday. The workshops will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the Generations Family Resource Center at Southeast Missouri Hospital...
Jackson Board of Aldermen agenda (10/07/02)
7:30 p.m. today City Hall Public Hearings Hearing to consider the voluntary annexation of .64 acres of property located on Old Orchard Road as submitted by Colleen Robey-Woods. Hearing to consider the rezoning of approximately 15.5 acres of property located between East Main Street and Woodland East from R-2 (single-family residential) District to R-3 (general residential) District and C-2 (general commercial) District as submitted by Mr. ...
Attorney - Man forgot gun was in briefcase (10/07/02)
CHICAGO -- The attorney for an Orland Park man arrested for carrying a loaded handgun in his briefcase at Midway airport said his client "made a silly mistake." Duane Hughes, 51, appeared in Cook County Circuit Court Saturday for a bail hearing. Terry McGlynn, Hughes' attorney, said Hughes forgot the gun was in the briefcase after he put it in there seven or eight years ago to hide it from his children...
Illinois town to celebrate 100 years of white squirrels (10/07/02)
OLNEY, Ill. -- The feast day of St. Francis of Assisi was Friday, so the blessing of the squirrels will be about a week late. But to folks in this southeastern Illinois community, the date of Oct. 12 is more important -- it's the day the white squirrels were first sighted here, 100 years ago...
Pediatrician group against mass smallpox vaccinations (10/07/02)
CHICAGO -- The American Academy of Pediatrics says the nation's smallpox plan should involve limited vaccinations if a case occurs, not universal inoculations before there's even an attack. Potential side effects are too severe, and available vaccines have not been tested on children, who may be at higher risk for bad reactions, the academy said in a policy statement released today...
Family still copes with '72 slayings (10/07/02)
CONCEPTION, Mo. -- Thirty years after a 15-year-old boy killed her parents and two siblings in their Conception home, Sue Dorrel says she is on a "journey toward forgiveness." "It's time to move on," said Dorrel, of Maryville, Mo. "It's time to let go. It's time to heal, and it's time to forgive. It's been 30 years, and it's time."...
Impeached secretary of state makes comeback bid (10/07/02)
SEDALIA, Mo. -- She was Missouri's first female secretary of state and the only statewide official ever to be ousted from office after impeachment. Now eight years later, Democrat Judi Moriarty-Ebers is making a political comeback bid for the legislature -- running against a Republican who voted to impeach her...
Man accused of using fake money to post bond (10/07/02)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A Kansas City man is accused of using counterfeit money to post a $500 bond at the Columbia Police Department. A federal grand jury indicted Andrew Wieschhaus on the charges Friday. Columbia police have said that Wieschhaus, 24, implicated himself in passing more than $2,000 in counterfeit $100 bills in Columbia and Jefferson City, Mo...
Former budget director paints bleak picture for state finances (10/07/02)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Analyst James R. Moody likens Missouri's continuing budget troubles to the Bill Murray film "Groundhog Day": Until the core problems are resolved, we'll relive the same experiences over and over. So it is for Moody anyway. Just as he did before this year's budget process in the legislature, Moody has again conducted an analysis that highlights the serious structural deficiencies standing in the way of putting Missouri back on firm financial footing...
West Coast port shutdown begins second week (10/07/02)
LOS ANGELES -- A second week of a West Coast port shutdown will cause a noticeable increase in plant closings, job losses and financial market turmoil, say analysts and business leaders who are increasingly skeptical of a quick end to the labor dispute...
SEC, Wall Street system failed to detect Enron failure (10/07/02)
WASHINGTON -- The Securities and Exchange Commission and Wall Street's system of informally policing big corporations failed in their duty to detect the impending accounting failure at Enron, a Senate panel finds in a new report. The Senate Governmental Affairs Committee, which has investigated the role of government and industry watchdogs in Enron's stunning collapse since early this summer, said the oversight system must be tighter...
Daschle, Bush continue to debate homeland security (10/07/02)
WASHINGTON -- Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle said Sunday it will take "some real effort" to resolve the dispute that has stalled homeland security legislation. "I am determined to pass this legislation before we leave" to campaign for the Nov. 5 elections, Daschle said. He blamed Republicans for the delay, "but we will get over that. We will try to work through that and try to bring this debate to a close in order to get to where we want."...
Congressional leaders say Iraq resolution will pass soon (10/07/02)
WASHINGTON -- Congressional leaders said Sunday a resolution authorizing war against Iraq, expected to pass with little dissent, will strengthen the United States' hand at the United Nations and increase pressure on Saddam Hussein to disarm. President Bush, after a weekend in Maine, returned to the White House and prepared to address the nation Monday night from Cincinnati. He was making the case against the Iraqi president on the one-year anniversary of the start of bombing in Afghanistan...
World briefs 10/7/02 (10/07/02)
Four killed when Israeli helicopter fires at crowd GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip -- Four people were killed when a missile fired by an Israeli helicopter exploded in a crowd of people in the southern Palestinian city of Khan Younis, witnesses said, during an Israeli military operation in the city...
Pentagon preparing for possible war with Iraq (10/07/02)
WASHINGTON -- The Pentagon is studying lessons learned from the war in Afghanistan and revising military tactics for what could be the next big battle: removing Saddam Hussein from power. While Iraq lacks the large, well-armed rebel force found in Afghanistan, many of the weapons and tactics tried in Afghanistan could apply to a war in Iraq. A U.S.-led campaign again could rely heavily on special operations forces, which helped defeat the Taliban and disrupt the al-Qaida network...
People talk 10/07/02 (10/07/02)
Lee: Black athletes need to be activists CLEVELAND -- Filmmaker Spike Lee says he hopes black athletes will see his new documentary "Jim Brown: All American" and be inspired to speak out against social injustice. Athletes should follow the former NFL star's example and become activists in their communities, Lee said Saturday after the film's premiere at the Cleveland Museum of Art...
Nation briefs 10/07/02 (10/07/02)
Archdiocese begins abuse-prevention training BOSTON -- The Archdiocese of Boston -- where the scandal shrouding the Roman Catholic Church first erupted -- is looking to education and training programs to prevent sex abuse by clergy and for healing, a church official said...
NASA ready to launch Atlantis, ending space hiatus (10/07/02)
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- After weeks of fuel line repairs, NASA's space shuttle is poised to end a three-month launch hiatus with today's planned liftoff to the international space station. Six astronauts are set to ride to orbit aboard shuttle Atlantis at 3:46 p.m. ...
Murder victims' families steel themselves for clemency hearings (10/07/02)
CHICAGO -- When Gov. George Ryan declared a moratorium on executions two years ago, Jim Dudovick was certain that the death sentence of the man who murdered his daughter would still be carried out. Surely there would be no question about the fate of her killer, William Peeples, who burst into Dawn Dudovick's Schaumburg apartment in 1988, stabbed her more than 30 times and left her to die...
Police assemble geographic profile in effort to find killer (10/07/02)
ROCKVILLE, Md. -- One of the six people killed in a suburban Washington shooting spree was buried Sunday as investigators completed a profile that focuses on where the killer might live. Police also were awaiting an FBI psychological profile of the shooter, Montgomery County Police Chief Charles Moose said. Police have begun to use a geographic profile submitted by investigators that uses crime locations to determine where the killer feels comfortable and may live...
Iraq says inspectors may get access to disputed sites (10/07/02)
WASHINGTON -- Facing threats of a U.S.-led invasion, Iraq on Sunday hinted that it might allow United Nations weapons inspectors greater freedom to search for nuclear, biological and chemical weapons. Mohammed Aldouri, Iraq's U.N. ambassador, suggested that Baghdad is willing to give the inspectors unfettered access to so-called "presidential sites" -- sprawling compounds belonging to Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein for which Iraq has previously demanded special status...
Alleged bin Laden tape aired; warns of more attacks (10/07/02)
CAIRO, Egypt -- The Arab satellite station al-Jazeera broadcast an audiotape Sunday in which a male voice attributed to Osama bin Laden said the "youths of God" are planning more attacks against the United States. "By God, the youths of God are preparing for you things that would fill your hearts with terror and target your economic lifeline until you stop your oppression and aggression" against Muslims, said the voice in the audiotape...
French tanker on fire in Yemen (10/07/02)
SAN'A, Yemen -- An explosion and fire engulfed a French oil tanker on Sunday off the coast of Yemen, and the tanker owner said a small boat struck the vessel in a "deliberate attack." Yemeni officials, however, said there was no indication the tanker was attacked and that the fire was caused by an oil leak. French officials said it was still too early to say if the explosion was an act of terrorism...
Brazilian presidential race headed for runoff (10/07/02)
SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Former union boss Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva held a commanding lead in Brazil's presidential race Sunday, but appeared headed for a runoff vote, according to preliminary official results. Silva, of the leftist Workers Party candidate, had 47 percent of the vote, just shy of the absolute majority needed for outright victory, according to preliminary figures from the Supreme Electoral Tribunal...
Attacker stabs, injures Paris mayor at City Hall (10/07/02)
PARIS -- The man suspected of stabbing Paris' openly gay mayor early Sunday told interrogators he did it because he disliked politicians and homosexuals, judicial officials said. Bertrand Delanoe is expected to remain hospitalized for at least week to recover from the single stab wound to his abdomen. His office had initially described the injury as minor. He had surgery for three hours after being rushed to Pitie-Salpetriere hospital...
Founder of conservative Catholic group elevated to sainthood (10/07/02)
VATICAN CITY -- Drawing one of the Vatican's largest-ever crowds, Pope John Paul II Sunday bestowed the honor of sainthood on the controversial founder of Opus Dei, a conservative Catholic organization whose rigorous defense of Church teaching has won the pontiff's favor...
German officials welcome Bush proclamation (10/07/02)
BERLIN -- The German government, which is seeking to ease tension with Washington over Iraq, on Sunday welcomed President Bush's proclamation of the annual German-American day as an "expression of the mature friendship" between the two countries...
Asia fears fallout of U.S. war with Iraq (10/07/02)
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Asian leaders fearful of a U.S. attack on Iraq urged more cooperation and better ties to defend against economic erosion and hedge against any potential fallout. "No matter how much we predict, how much we try to extrapolate the figures ... this war is going to threaten, to negate all prospects and all plans for future growth anywhere in the world, especially in Asia," Malaysian Trade Minister Rafidah Aziz said Sunday...
Israel has faith in new Arrow interception system (10/07/02)
JERUSALEM -- Israel, which has deployed two of its cutting-edge Arrow anti-missile batteries and is building a third, believes the air defense system would destroy more than 90 percent of any missiles launched by Iraq, officials said Sunday. Also, the United States promised to give Israel three days notice ahead of any American military strike against Iraq, the Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot said. ...
Cease-fire collapses in Ivory Coast (10/07/02)
YAMOUSSOUKRO, Ivory Coast -- Heavy gunfire erupted around Ivory Coast's second city Sunday, heralding the start of a government offensive to reclaim the rebel-held north after cease-fire efforts collapsed. "There's firing all over the place," said a frightened resident cowering in her home in the central city of Bouake, which has been in rebel hands for over two weeks. Reached by phone, the woman said the shooting started Sunday afternoon and was still going on two hours later...
Indians say they are the real deal (10/07/02)
As exhilarating as their upset of Middle Tennessee two weeks ago was, Southeast Missouri State University's Indians knew that win wouldn't mean nearly as much if they didn't follow it up with another triumph. That's one of the reasons the Indians were all smiles at Houck Stadium Saturday night following their dominating 49-25 victory over Tennessee State in the Ohio Valley Conference opener for both teams...
Twins continue unlikely run; Giants force Game 5 (10/07/02)
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Not only are the Minnesota Twins here to stay, now they're going home -- to open a most unlikely AL championship series. Brad Radke pitched 6 2-3 dominant innings to beat Oakland again, and the Twins survived a late rally to top the Athletics 5-4 Sunday in the decisive Game 5 of their division series...
49ers rout bumbling Rams 37-13 (10/07/02)
SAN FRANCISCO -- The St. Louis Rams were winless and hurting, and the San Francisco 49ers were only too happy to shove their biggest rivals deeper into despair. Jeff Garcia threw for a touchdown and ran for another, and Garrison Hearst rushed for 116 yards and a score in a 37-13 rout that ended the 49ers' six-game losing streak to the defending NFC champions...
Howell wins Michelob (10/07/02)
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Charles Howell III made a clutch up-and-down birdie on the 15th hole Sunday and beat Brandt Jobe and Scott Hoch by two shots for his first career victory in the final Michelob Championship. Howell, 23, parred the last two holes for a 4-under-par 67 and won for the first time in his 68th career start with a 14-under 270 at Kingsmill...
Cardinals can relax a bit after Arizona sweep (10/07/02)
ST. LOUIS -- Bob Brenly came away impressed after watching the St. Louis Cardinals sweep his World Series champion Arizona Diamondbacks in the first round of the playoffs. "The Cardinals have a great chance regardless of who they play the rest of the season," Brenly said after St. Louis' clinching 6-3 victory Saturday night. "They have a group of disciplined, unselfish hitters, they get runners on base, they advance them, they strike out rarely and they take their walks."...
Raiders 4-0 after knocking off Bills (10/07/02)
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Rookie Phillip Buchanon returned an interception by Drew Bledsoe 81 yards with just over eight minutes left Sunday as the Oakland Raiders defeated the Buffalo Bills 49-31 to remain the NFL's only unbeaten team. Oakland improved to 4-0 for the sixth time in franchise history and first time since 1990, and the Raiders later became the only team with an unblemished record when the San Diego Chargers were routed in Denver, falling to 4-1...
Earnhardt nabs victory (10/07/02)
TALLADEGA, Ala. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. cruised to his third straight victory at Talladega Superspeedway in Sunday's EA Sports 500, a race that shook up the tight championship battle. Tony Stewart followed Earnhardt across the finish line in second place and jumped from third to the lead in the Winston Cup standings. Rookie Jimmie Johnson and Mark Martin, who were ahead of Stewart in points, and Jeff Gordon, right behind, ran into trouble...
Central-Jackson battle always a tough call (10/07/02)
Hanging Indians, speared Tigers, fights, graffiti, cursing -- there's nothing like a good ol' fashion rivalry game to bring out the best in people. Let's hit the Way-back machine back to 1998, the last time Jackson lost to Central (22-6) -- unusual considering Central leads the all-time series 55-33-7 since 1914...
Double-dip recession - What, us worry? (10/07/02)
Double dip to most people means getting a scoop of rocky road and berry berry strawberry. But it takes on a more significant meaning to economists, who are debating whether the country will slip back into a recession. Their concerns stem from some troublesome occurrences, such as the manufacturing sector shrinking in September and auto sales cooling...
Garrett hopes everybody loves 'Gleason' (10/07/02)
LOS ANGELES -- Brad Garrett learned to love Jackie Gleason in "The Honeymooners" when he caught late-night reruns after working on the standup comedy circuit. He identified with the flamboyant performer known as "The Great One" and most fondly remembered as bus driver Ralph Kramden. And he says others noted similarities in "my eyes and my expression."...
Tomei battles expectations in a choppy acting career (10/07/02)
NEW YORK -- Marisa Tomei has been busy since winning the Academy Award as best supporting actress for 1992's "My Cousin Vinny" -- busy, but not always acclaimed. "I've had a career that has had ups and downs, like most actors' careers," she says, curled up on a hotel sofa. "I guess I thought I'd be the exception. I'm not. It's up and down."...
At the Movies - 'Knockaround Guys' (10/07/02)
AP Movie Writer "Knockaround Guys" has been knocking around Hollywood's calendar for so long that one of its supporting players, Vin Diesel, became a superstar since it first showed up on the schedule. Diesel's star power may be the best hope this utterly average mob thriller has of reaching a decent audience...
Airlines now less generous with travelers (10/07/02)
NEW YORK -- Finished with a weeklong business trip earlier than expected, Brent Baer approached the US Airways ticket agent with a smile, eager to catch the 2 p.m. flight to Washington and get home before dark. But Baer walked away with a dilemma that caused him to grimace: either pay $246 to change the itinerary on a roundtrip ticket that originally cost $98, or save his money and wait 5 1/2 hours for the flight he had originally booked...
Microsoft pitching futuristic ideas for workplace (10/07/02)
EATTLE -- Having a window seat won't be as important in the office of the future Microsoft envisions. Workers will spend their day facing a bank of flat-panel computer screens, or perhaps a wraparound monitor large enough to run a handful of software programs at once...
Putting cash under mattress still not your best option (10/07/02)
WASHINGTON -- In these days of a roller-coaster stock market, rock-bottom interest rates and economic uncertainties, stashing those hard-earned dollars under the mattress or burying them in a coffee can in the backyard might seem like the best options...
People on the move 10/07/02 (10/07/02)
Cape man graduates truck driving school Southern Missouri Truck School has announced the graduation of Terrance McGlothlin of Cape Girardeau from its four-week tractor trailer driving course. McGlothlin graduated with a 91 percent grade point average on Sept. 23...
Business memo 10/07/02 (10/07/02)
Seminar on estate planning set for Oct. 29 A family business seminar on estate planning is scheduled for Oct. 29 at Southeast Missouri State University. The seminar will be held from 8:45 a.m. until noon in Glenn Auditorium of Robert A. Dempster Hall...
E.L. Eudy (10/07/02)
ANNA, Ill. -- The Rev. E.L. Eudy of Campe Verde, Ariz., formerly of Jonesboro, Ill., died suddenly at 12:49 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, 2002, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Arrangements are pending with Crain Funeral Home in Anna.
Melba Webb (10/07/02)
DONGOLA, Ill. -- Melba Foster Webb, 95, of Mountain Home, Ark., formerly of Dongola, Ill., died Sunday, Oct. 6, 2002, at Baxter Memorial Hospital in Mountain Home. Visitation will be after 12 p.m. Wednesday at Crain Funeral Home in Dongola. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home with the Rev. Paul Sadler officiating. Burial will be in American Legion Cemetery...
Cora 'Cody' Musgrave (10/07/02)
Visitation will be from 4:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. today at Lorberg Memorial Chapel with parish prayers at 7 p.m. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Cathedral. Besides her husband, she was preceded in death by one sister, Lilly M. Giroir; and one brother, Harvey C. Nicholas...
Cape fire report 10/7/02 (10/07/02)
Cape Girardeau Monday, Oct. 7 Firefighters responded to the following calls Saturday: At 8:39 p.m., a citizen's assist at 1105 Linden. At 10:32 p.m., a medical assist at 1827 Lacey. Firefighters responded to the following calls Sunday: At 2:01 a.m., an alarm sounding at 1050 Greek Housing...
Cape police report 10/7/02 (10/07/02)
Cape Girardeau Monday, Oct. 7 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Anthony Fisher, 33, of 915 Ranney was arrested on a warrant Sunday in the 600 block of Good Hope. Rodney Triplett, 17, of 903 S. Sprigg was arrested Saturday on charges of domestic assault...
Out of the past 10/7/02 (10/07/02)
10 years ago: Oct. 7, 1992 Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents has rewarded President Kala Stroup with new five-year contract; under new contract, Stroup will receive salary of $109,200 for 1992-93 year, increase of 4 percent over her previous salary of $105,000...
SEMO grad disagrees on cutbacks (10/07/02)
By Jason Alexander As a 2002 graduate of Southeast Missouri State, I was disappointed upon hearing about the recent budget cuts by the state. When I learned how the university planned to deal with the deficit, my chin hit the floor...
If it sounds too good to be true, check it out (10/07/02)
When people with no money really need anything that requires a lot of cash they don't have, they're willing to do a lot to get it. In some cases, the feeling of desperation clouds their better judgment. That's when greedy opportunists make their move. And that's why we've heard about scams time and time again over the years right here in Southeast Missouri...
There's no good substitute for dissections (10/07/02)
Some high school students have been picketing the practice of dissecting animals in biology class. It's the latest rebellion craze, and it has honors science students risking their academic status to avoid the time-tested and educationally beneficial experience of dissecting animals to learn anatomy...
Throwing money at tobacco ills is no solution (10/07/02)
To the editor: After reading the letter from Dr. Ted D. Groshong, president of the Missouri chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, responding to the November proposition for a tobacco sin tax, I was sickened. To say the AAP's support of the proposition is "about making life better for our kids and making sure they grow up into healthy, productive adults" seems to me just a twisted rebuttal trying to harp on emotional concerns that everyone would have about the welfare of children...
Speak Out A 10/07/02 (10/07/02)
Fooling the gullible EVERY HUMAN being alive has character flaws. Some people hide them better than others. Decent and God-fearing? How do you know? Public prayers and pronouncements do not make a decent man, but they're excellent tools for fooling the gullible...
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