Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 13, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 13, 1976
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Deaths, Funerals) M • M M M •!•••• M GEORGE F. RICKE ARCADIA — Mass of the resurrection for George F. Ricke, 73. of Arcadia, was held here at 1:30 p.m. Monday in St. John's Church. A retired farmer, Mr. Ricke died unexpectedly of a heart ailment at a farm south of Arcadia at 4:15 p.m. Friday, April 9. He was pronounced dead at the scene by Dr. David McCoy of Carroll, Carroll County medical examiner. The Rev. C. A. Ahmann officiated at the mass; lector was Neil Glass. Pallbearers were Marvin Tiefenthaler, Robert Tiefenthaler. Edward Steinkamp, Archie Ricke, Eugene Derner and Donald Derner. Interment was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Mr. Ricke, son of John H. and Louise Fleege Ricke, was born at Breda June 17, 1902. He lived at Breda until his marriage to Rose Derner at St. Bernard's Church. Breda, on Nov. 25, 1924, with the late Rev. Joseph Schulte officiating. They made their home southeast of Breda before moving in 1933 to a farm south of Arcadia, where they lived until retiring and moving into Arcadia. He was a member of St. John's Church here. Surviving with his wife are three children, Mrs. Clarence (Esther) Hausman of Halbur, Richard and Ralph of Westside; 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; and three brothers, Vincent Ricke of Carroll and Roy and David Ricke of Breda. He was preceded in death by a granddaughter; a brother, Walter Ricke; and a sister, Mrs. Alice Minter. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Morgan, Minn.; ErwelLand Omaha, Neb.; Breda, Wall Lake, Lake View, Odebolt, Early, Storm Lake, Aurella, Sac City, Fonda, Pocahontas, Varlna, Wesley, Bancroft, Mllford, Esthervllle, Auburn, Mt. Carmel, Westside, Manning, Dedham, Carroll, Halbur, Churdan, Templeton, Lohrvllle, Coon Rapids, Jefferson, Vail, West Bend and Pella. LOYDM. MEYER AUBURN - Funeral services for Loyd Maynard Meyer, 74, of Auburn were held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Presbyterian Church here. The Rev. Henry Eggink of Jefferson officiated. Carl Bruns was organist. "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Beautiful Savior 1 ' were sung by Skip Raridon of Carroll. Active pallbearers were Cletus Pudenz, Earl Skinner, Arvil Jacobs, Mark Knobbe, Claude Finley and Floyd Finley. Members of various Masonic lodges in the area were honorary pallbearers! Burial was in the Wall Lake Cemetery, with the Rev. Mr. Eggink officiating. Masonic grave.side rites were conducted by Richard Rasty, assisted by other Masons. Mr. Meyer was a past master of Jeptha Masonic Lodge No. 201 and past worthy patron of Brilliant Star chapter, O.E.S. here and also belonged to Masonic organizations in Carroll. Mr. Meyer died April 9 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll after a long illness. The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. RAYMOND G.MOHR Times Herald News Service MANNING - Raymond G. Mohr, 70, of Manning died early Tuesday morning, April 13, at Manning General Hospital. He had been hospitalized for about a month and in ill health for five years. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Ohde Maria Denise Kennedy Omaha, Neb. — Age 2 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Rosary: B p.m. Tuesday Mass of the Resurrection: 1 p.m. Wednesday at St. Lawrence Church. Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery Funeral Home in Manning, where friends may start calling at 2 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Joel Wright, minister of the First Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Manning Cemetery, with nephews as pallbearers. Mr. Mohr, son of John and Ida Lage Mohr, was born May 8, 1905, in Hayes township, Crawford County. He attended rural school near hisliome and worked on various farms in that community. He married Dorothy Grimm Jan. 29, 1930. They lived on farms in the Manning vicinity, including 12 years on the Charles Kuhl farm. In 1950 they moved to Manning, where Mr. Mohr worked for the Dultmeier Manufacturing Co. and Priebe and Son. For 11 years he worked for the town of Manning, retiring in 1970. Surviving with his wife are a son, Don of Manning; two grandchildren and a sister, Mrs..Lena Engelman of Jefferson. A brother, Fred Mohr, preceded him in death. SR. MARY DENIS GREGORY DUBUQUE - Sr. Mary Denis Gregory.J3.V.M., 69, director of development for the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, died at Mount Carmel, Dubuque, on April 11 after a 17-month illness. She was the former Geraldine Gregory of Carroll. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Mount Carmel, Dubuque, headquarters of the BVM Congregation. Interment also will be at Dubuque. The Behr Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. The only religious woman ever to receive the Americanism award from the Iowa-Nebraska Jewish War Veterans and to be named an official ambassador of the City of Des Moines by its Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, Sr. Mary Denis was a charter member of the Des Moines Know Your Neighborhood Panel She served as principal of St. Joseph Academy, Des Moines, 1956-1963, and as principal of Santa Barbara, Calif., Catholic High School, 1946-1952, before coming to Clarke College, Dubuque, as director of admissions in 1964. In 1972, she.was named director of development for the BVM Congregation. Sr. Mary Denis also taught at Mundelein College, Chicago; Mount Carmel Academy, Wichita, Kan.; Our Lady of Peace High School, St. Paul, Minn, and Cathedral High School, Rapid City, S.D. A daughter of the late Byron Arthur and Mary Cunningham Gregory, she was born in Farley, March 24, 1907, and grew up in Carroll, Iowa. She graduated from Clarke College in 1928 and taught music for a year at Waucon before entering the Congregation of the Sisters of Charity, B.V.M. on Sept. 8, 1929. . She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Charlotte Prenger, of Wichita. Kan., and a brother, the Rev. Joseph F. Gregory, S.J., of Rolette, N.D. Woman, 94, Perishes in Fire INWOOD, Iowa (AP) Anna Olson, 94. rural Inwood, died in a fire at the family farm near here Monday. The Inwood fire department was called to the Herman and Stanley Olson farm about 2:30 p.m. The farm house was engulfed in flames. The body of Mrs. Olson was found in the rubble about 7 p.m. by firemen. The two-story frame house was demolished. Cause of the blaze has not been determined. There has been no estimate of the loss. Geo. F. Ricke Arcadia — Age 73 Mass of the Resurrection was held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at St. John's Church at Arcadia Officiating Rev. C. A. Ahmann Interment St. John's Cemetery, Arcadia SHARP SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa jerving Carroll for 35 years FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 years Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, April 13, 1976 Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $4.40 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.43 Oats 1.40 OMAHA, Neb. (AP)(USDA)— Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 4,000; barrows and gilts fairly active, steady to 25 lower; U.S. 1-3, 190-240 Ib 49.2549.75; sows 25-50 higher; 350-600 Ib 42.75-43.75. Cattle and calves: 5,200; trade on slaughter steers and heifers moderately active; steers steady to weak when compared with trade late Monday; heifers weak to 25 lower; cows firm; choice 975-1,275 Ib steers 42.00-43.50, numerous loads at 43.00; few loads choice with end-prime 975-1,025 Ib heifers 42.25-42.50; choice 875-1,050 Ib 40.75-12.00; utility and commercial cows 28.50-31.50, a few 32.00; canner and cutter 22.00-28.00. Daily Grain DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Monday. Prices compiled from county elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.36-2.43 4.40-4.52 N. Central 2.40-2.45 4.45-4.51 Northeast 2.40-2.50 4.48-4.60 Southwest 2.30-2.41 4.40-4.50 S. Central 2.35-2.46 4.46-4.51 Southeast 2.45-2.54 4.57-4.67 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) -Grain futures prices were generally weak on the Chicago Board of Trade today, with losses in corn, oats and soybeans ranging from 1% to more than 5 cents a bushel. 'Soybean oil was down about 25 points, or 1 A cent a pound, and meal, declined $1 a ton. Oats futures were down nearly 1 cent a bushel. The trade in wheat was largely on the selling side on the opening and prices drifted lower by 4 cents a bushel before some recovery set in. After about an hour, soybeans, were 3'/4 to 5'Xi cents a bushel lower. May 4.84%; wheat was 2'A to 2% lower. May 3.45%; corn was >/ 2 to l'/ 2 lower. May 2.65 l /4 and oats were V4 to % lower, May 1.54'/4. •'• •• -•• Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Stock prices rose moderately today in a quiet advance attributed mostly to forces within the market itself. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 5.43 at 976.70. Gainers outpaced losers by slightly more than a 3-2 margin among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Analysts noted no special news development to account for the advance. They said activity was dominated by bargain hunting among stocks depressed by last week's selloff. Holiday Inns was the most active Big Board issue, down V 4 at 15. A 44,000-share block traded at that price. Charged in Shooting OGALLALA, Neb. (AP) — A charge of shooting with intent to kill, wound or maim was filed Monday in Keith County Court against James Kennemer, 36. of Madison County. Ala. Kennemer is charged with shooting at a car driven by Julie Coffman of Council Bluffs. Iowa, late Sunday on Interstate 80 east of here. Keith County Atty. Pat Hays said Kennemer would arraigned Tuesday. No one was injured. • Kennedy (Continued From Page 1) • there she was on the cement below." Acting County Coroner James Keenan ordered an autopsy. The child is survived by a brother, Carlton, 13. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kanne of Carroll. Mass of the resurrection for Maria will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Wednesday at St. Lawrence Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Sharp .Funeral Home in- Carroll, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Maria was born at Bowie, Tex., Nov. 12,1973. Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Grouse Cartage Co., Carroll, Mercury; Vernon or Esther Hulsebus, Carroll, Ford; Andrews Roofing and Sheet Metal, Carroll, CMC; Judy M. Hoffman, Carroll, Chevrolet; Delane or Dorothy Blanchard, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Emma Dietz, Manning, Oldsmobile; Delos or Betty Annear, Coon Rapids, Oldsmobile; Leroy Schultes, Templeton, Chevrolet; Mark A. Baumhover, Carroll, Rebekahs Visit Lodge Following a short business meeting at the IOOF hall here Monday evening, six members of Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 visited the Coon Rapids lodge where initiation work was conducted. In the local delegation were E.J. Daugherty, Mrs. Calvin Edwards, Mrs. Omar Coffman, Mrs. Alice Krieg, Mrs. Winifred Schaefer and Mrs. Earl Miller, noble grand. The Carroll lodge's next meeting will be held April 26 at the regular hour. Board Won't Accept Step WESTSIDE - The Ar-We-Va School Board decided Monday night not to accept the one hour of credit as a step up on the salary schedule of those teachers enrolled in the Des Moines Area 11 College course "Learning and Interest Centers in the Classroom," offered at Carroll High School. "The reason for not accepting the credit is an economic one," Board Secretary Leonard Petersen said. "If the teachers keep picking up a credit hour here and there, in areas other than their major field, it could cost the district a sizable amount of money." The board accepted a letter of resignation from Mrs. Carol Ooverson, English and Journalism teacher. AFS Chapter Names Officers New off icers were appointed by a committee of the i-American Field"Service (AFS) chapter of Carroll Monday night: 'Th'ey are Mrs. David Collison, president; Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann, vice president, and Mrs. Robert Blincow, secretary-treasurer. The chapter plans to have a reception honoring Annica Cronsell, the Swedish foreign exchange student, after baccalaureate exercises at Carroll High School on May 16. The Robert Onkens, rural Lidderdale, hosted the meeting. Mrs. Donald Jones and Mrs. Robert Blincow were the co-hostesses. • Suits (Continued From Page 1) plaintiffs . . . causing them severe emotional distress." That suit asks for $225,000 for theHeutons. Darwin Bunger, one of the Heuton attorneys, said the suit • also states the companies have waived the 60-day proof of loss requirement through their actions toward the Heutons. Raymond Snook. Glidden. is the other attorney. The early morning October fire started soon after Sir Patrick's closed for the day. Donald A. Schon,'rural Glidden, had been charged with arson in connection with the fire. But the case was dismissed in January because of an engineer's statements, results of a lie detector test and absence of a motive. No one else had been charged. Subaru; Carol A. Axman, Dedham, Ford, and Alan Haubrich, Dedham, Pontiac. Real Estate Transfers- Glen and Beverly A. Steffes to Randal P. and Carolyn A. Williams, part of Lot 7, Block 43, Second Addition, Carroll. Louis J. and Lucille M. Riesberg to Louis J. and Lucille M. Riesberg, part of Auditors Subdivision of Outlot I, Halbur. Joseph M. and Doris M. Ratchford to Jeffery W. and Marilyn Halbur, parts of Lots 5 and 6, Block 21, Applewood Knolls Addition, Carroll. Katherine A. and Carrold A. Iverson to David A. and Linda J. Paulson, part of Sec. 33, Twp.83N, Range 33W. MANNING POLICE Loses Control- Kevin Butterfield, rural Jamaica, apparently fell asleep at the wheel of his car, losing control, knocked over a light pole and skidded into a ditch coming to rest in a fence line early Saturday morning on loWa 141 near East Street in Manning, Officer Alan Kusel reported. Butterfield was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Monday- Fred Meister taken from St. Anthony Regional Hospital to the Carroll Manor. Mary Tuel taken from 715 N. Carroll St. to the hospital. FIRE DEPARTMENT Grass Fire— . . Two Carroll fire trucks were called out to a grass fire west of the General Electric Plant on the railroad tracks. Firemen fought the blaze for about an hour, emptying both trucks. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births- Mr, and Mrs. Jeffrey Edwards, Audubon, a son, Friday Birth YORK, Neb. — Mr. and Mrs. Dave Taggart. 1100 Burlington. York, a son. April II. Mrs. Taggart is the former Judy Wells. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wells of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Taggart of Manning. . Union Gives City Proposal DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — Teamsters Union bargainers representing Polk County deputies and other sheriff's office employes are asking for city health'and pension fund payments about 2's times larger than the current cost of health insurance and a state retirement plan. The proposal by Teamsters Local 147 also calls fohsalary increases ranging from 15 to 28 per cent. Teamsters officials want the more than 100 deputies and bailiffs to join the union's Central States. Southeast and Southwest Area Pension Fund, but county officals say state law prohibits employes' withdrawing from the the • Iowa Public Employes Retirement System. Former lowan Murder Victim SULLIVAN, 111. (AP) -A Quincy man who formerly lived in Des Moines and Ames. Iowa, died when an artery in his neck was severed by a pruning saw.'Adams County Sheriff Robert Nail said Monday. The torso of Stan Goodside, 32. had been found near here April 4. The man's head, feet arid hands were found in a separate location two days later. "We are assuming it was a crime of passion." said Nail. The Weather IOWA FORECASTS Mostly sunny and warmer today. Chance of late afternoon thunderstorms southwest. Highs mid 70s southwest to mid 60s northeast. Mostly cloudy tonight and Wednesday with a chance of showers or thunderstorms. Continued mild. Lows tonight mid 40s to low 50s. Highs Wednesday in 70s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday: Mild with chance of rain Friday arid Saturday. Highs mid- 60s to low 70s, lows mid-40s to low 50s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesteday's high 62 Yesterday's low 29 At 7 a.m. today 43 At 65 Weather A Year Ago- High temperature was 54 degrees a year ago today in Carroll. Low for the day was 39. Iowa Farm Land Short of Moisture DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Dry, windy weather decreased moisture supplies somewhat in Iowa farm land during the past week, the Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Monday. The greatest moisture shortages were reported in central and southeast portions of the state. "Although topsoil moisture remains mostly adequate," the reporting service said, "some concern is being expressed about subsoil moisture supplies." Topsoil moisture was reported at 27 per cent short and 73 per cent adequate for the week ending on Monday. Winter wheat conditions remained .mostly fair to good, ' 'although there is an indication that moisture is needed to improve the crop," the service said. "There were a few scattered reports of winter wheat being plowed under due to winterkill. Pasture condition is also reported mostly fair to good, but moisture is needed to help pasture growth." The service said temperatures averaged three to five degrees above normal during the week. "Mild temperatures allowed what little precipitation there was to fall as rain," the service said. "Weekly totals were much below normal with many areas receiving only a trace. The northeast corner of the state recorded about one-half inch in showers Saturday, otherwise shower activity was very spotty." On the brighter side, the generally warm, and dry week allowed Iowa farmers to make rapid fieldwork progress in all areas of the state. "Seedbed preparation continues to be the main activity and herbicide application is beginning," the service said. "Fertilizer application is proceeding nicely with about 65 per cent of the expected fertilization completed. "Some reports of corn planting were received, although these were mainly small plots on an experimental basis." The service said indications were that corn planting "should become widespread during the next week." ""'•' Plowing for 1976 crops was reported at 85 per cent complete. This compares with 60 per cent at this time last year and the five-year average of 53 percent. "Oats seeding advanced rapidly last week, especially in the northern one-third of the state," the service said. • Taxes (Continued From Page 1) ranging on agricultural land as much as 78 per cent and averaging some 30 per cent over the state. While the equalization orders did not, of themselves, raise property taxes, many legislators have feared levies would zoom upward because the higher valuations raise the taxing capacity of local governments. The Senate-passed package would: — Set a 9 per cent budget growth limit on counties and cities of 750 or more population for the 1976-77 fiscal year. — In that same year, boost state agricultural land tax credits from the present $18 million to $42 million. — Exempt the first $4.500 valuation on a homeowner's residence from local taxation. The state would pay the tax on that portion. — Raise the income eligibility for property tax relief to the elderly from $8.000 to $9.000. with the state also reimbursing those elderly persons for half of certain special assessments. . - In 1977-78 and 1978-79. set a local budget growth limit of 7 per cent which local officials could exceed if they hold an extra public hearing to explain the reason. Growth of more than 9 per cent would be -subject to State Appeals Board approval. — Cut agricultural land tax credits in those two years back to $18 million annually, but assess farm land solely on productivity, instead of 50 per cent on productivity and 50 per cent on market value of property, as now. — Continue tax relief for the elderly as in the first year.' —Create a task force to study local government financing, including property taxes, and report to the legislature. rBriefly 40 Die in Blast HELSINKI, Finland (AP) — A powerful explosion tore apart a government ammunition factory today, killing at least 40 persons and critically injuring more than 20, most of them women, authorities said. The blast, at the Lapua plant 230 miles north of Helsinki, was so destructive that only the concrete floor of the building and some twisted machinery were leftjthe Defense Ministry said. New $2 Bills Out WASHINGTON (AP) — When cashing a check or receiving change today, it might be a. good idea to count your money with extra care. In commemoration of 'Thomas Jefferson's birthday, the government is introducing $2 bills into the nation's money supply. Banks have been holding the new bills for a couple of days now with directions to keep them in their vaults until today. By year-end, 400 million of the new bills will have been distributed, including 225 million today. President Ford received the first $2 bill Monday from-Treasury Secretary William E. Simon in a brief White House ceremony. It cost the President two $1 bills. Furor Over Mrs. Ford WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Communications Commission officials say they're being flooded with 'i complaints because First Lady Betty Ford got an. , immediate response on her request for a temporary citizens band radio license while thousands of other Americans have to wait for weeks to get one. "Our field offices have been flooded with complaints," said James C. McKinney, who directs the > FCC teams that enforce commission rules. However, McKinney said he did not have specific numbers on the • complaints received. . " He said his field offices are telling people who •. complain that it's not unusual for someone to get a temporary license in a hurry if it is an emergency. "It's done quite often," he said. Line Up for Oil Rights .ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) —The oil industry lined up today to lease drilling rights in the Gulf of Alaska with top federal officials forecasting the auction could attract bids of $1 billion from 70 companies. "But we really don't know how much to expect," Ed Hoffman, a U.S. Bureau of Land Management official directing the sale, said Monday. Estimates of reserves in the million-acre "Frontier Area" — a term used'by the Interior Department to describe tracts untouched by a drill bit — run up to 10 billion barrels of oil, the size of the massive Prudhoe Bay pool on Alaska's North Slope. It was leased by the state in 1969 for $900 million. Arabs Score Vote Victory NABLUS, Occupied Jordan (AP) — Arab resistance to the Israeli occupation of West Jordan stiffened today : as Palestinian nationalists and radicals scored a sweeping victory in A r a b municipal elections throughout the occupied territory. "The Israelis are shocked — they didn't expect such results," said Mayor Karim Khalaf of Ramallah, who campaigned successfully for reelection as an avowed supporter of the Palestine Liberation Organization. The semiofficial Israeli state radio admitted the voting in 22 towns and villages Monday was a protest against the occupation and that at showed support for thePLO. Hijackers Head for Libya KARACHI, Pakistan (AP)—A hijacked Philippines Airlines (PAL) jet carrying three Moslem gunmen, their two hostages and eight crew members took off today for Libya on what has become the longest-lasting aerial hijack trip in history. • The hijackers headed for Libya without any assurance they would be welcome when they got there Pakistani officials said they told a Philippine embassy official they would Telease their hostages when they arrived in Benghazi, Libya. Ray: Need New Grain Law DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Gov. Robert Ray says he has informed President Ford that the nation needs a'" new grain inspection law. ' "I let it be known that something needs to be done," Ray told a news conference Tuesday. "I think it is wrong for companies to inspect their own grain." Ford said Saturday he would veto the bill in Congress limiting all grain inspection at U.S. ports to federal employes and state inspectors approved by the Agriculture Department. The legislation, sponsored by Sen. Dick Clark. D-Iowa, has passed the House and will be taken up in the Senate Wednesday. It is the results of several scandals involving mislabeling'and misgrading of exported Midwestern grain. . • ' • . Iowa Demos Criticized on Union Votes DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) —: Iowa's five Democrats in the U.S. House were criticized Monday for voting against requiring full disclosure of union political contributions. , Republican National Committeeman John C. McDonald of Dallas Center said the five congressmen "owe the voters a full explanation" for how they voted on the issue, The House earlier this month defe'ated : an amendment that would have required unions to disclose amounts spent on mass mailings, partisan voter registration efforts and get-out-the- vote operations during political campaigns. • He said the amendment, defeated 175-220. would have closed loopholes that now .allow millions of dollars' in union contributions'to go unreported. Rep. Charles Grassley. R-Iowa, voted'for thearhendment. ' " :

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