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THE PORT HURON TIMES HERALD PACE TWENTY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941 THUMB and RIVER DISTRICT NEWS PASTORS HEAR BISHOP SPEAK Missionary Institute Is Held In Lapeer For 350 Lapeer, Oct. 3 Bishop Raymond J. Wade of the Detroit conference conducted an all-day Missionary institute here Thursday with 350 Methodist ministers and laymen of Port Huron district in attendance. The exception Bishop Wade took to President Roosevelt's assertion that the Russian constitution provides for religious freedom was of interest to assembly Bishop Wade, who was stationed in Stockholm for 12 years and administered the work of the Methodist church in 11 different countries, and held annual mission conferences in Russia and who now continues the work from his headquarters in Detroit, told the President in a telegram: ' Report of your statement before press conference as to religion in Russia is utterly misleading. Printed constitutions are worthless anywhere unless supported by life. What matters whether priests or clergymen in Russia are listed as citizens eligible to vote when only one party ballot is permitted? Undisputed imprisonment ana slaying of tens of thousands of priests, clergymen and laymen for religion in Kussia, xogeiner wun thousands of closed churches, speak louder than printed words. Such statements attributed to you indicating freedom of speech and re ligious propaganda in Russia are obviously untrue when faced with facts. Support for your emergency policies cannot be secured by ridiculous unsupported propaganda Your speech Feb. 10, 1940, was far more correct than latest statements to press representatives. I base all this and more upon my personal repeated visits to and administra tion of Methodist work in Russia, continuing to date." Others who spoke at the institute were Rev. F. Olin Stockwell. mis sionary of the Methodist church to Chengtu, Szechwan province, West China, a native of Indiana; Rev. Edwin T. Inglehart, missionary in Japan since 1904, and Rev. C. w, Chappel, who is studying in the Kennedy school of Missions, Hart ford, Conn., and who has seen ser vice in Belgium Congo. There were discussion periods after each address. Two banquets were held preced ing the evening session, one for the women at which Mrs. Wade, wife of Bishop Wade; Mrs. Dunning Idle, Mt Clemens, and Mrs. H. E Duttweiler, Fort Huron. were speakers, and one for the men di rected by the Port Huron district board of lay activities. Rev. Frank L. Fitch, Port Huron district superintendent; Rev. Earl Sawyer, Lapeer pastor, and Rev. Dwight S. Large, First church! Port Huron, were in charge of arrangements for the institute. Dr. Clyde Donald, newly elected district superintendent of the Flint district, was present. Home On Furlough if) ? X - v . i. "fs, f; Collinge Funeral Held Algonac, Oct. 3 Rev. A. L. Bramhall, rector of St. Andrew's Episcopal church, officiated at funeral services this afternoon in the Gilbert funeral home here for Neal A. Collinge. 63, St. Clair Flats suni-mer resident and fromer Port Huron resident, who died Tuesday in St Joseph hospital, Mt. Clemens. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery, Marina City. "NO CHILD OF MINE WILL EVER GET WORMS Von't 10 to twre, mother ! Anybody, anywhere tan "catch" nasty roundworms without even recognizing the waminff signs! Watch for: uneasy stomach, fi-isetiiifi. itchy nose or seat. Ixnt take chances! Cei Jayne's Vermifuge today I Jayne's is America' leading, proprietary worm medicine. I'sed by million i for over a century. A"t gently yet expe'. tubborn worms. Demand JAYNE'S VERMIFUGE 1 FOR FALL PLANTING Weeping Willow Trees 6' to 8 $1.00 12 to 15', 3" to 4" cal.....$2.50 Evergreens - Shrubs Shade Trees - Fruit Trees Now on SPECIAL, SALE a complete lan.laicaptd unit of 12 young, thrifty evergreens, as follows: S Pyramidal. 2V. to 3' . 2.75 5.50 S I'prieht Junipers. SVi - 3 S.50 7. (Ml 4 l'fitzer Juniper's. 18-2V St. SO HMMI 5 4. reek Junipers, 2' 3. 50 7.tM 2 ialobes, 13 to 13" 1.50 3.00 Regular Triee 32.50 SPECIAL SALE PRICE 19.57 "We iirow Oar Hn' Stork due fresh from field while yon wait. Many other varieties to select from in our fields. Marine City Nursery 621 Chartier Road We Deliver Marine City. Mich. Phone 22233 Open Sundays and Evenings Photo by Cramer. Marine City PVT. KARL O. HIGHSTREET Algonac, Oct. 3 Pvt. Karl O. Highstreet, Battery D, Coast Ar tillery. Camo Davis. N. C, is spending a 10-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. George Highstreet, Smith street. Private Highstreet, who is 22, has been in the Army five months, and recently received his first class advancement. He has earned sev eral medals for marksmanship. He will return to Camp Davis Wednesday. FAIR PARADE IS POST Many At Opening Of Peck's Eleventh Annual Program Peck, Oct. 3 Because of inclement weather plans for a huge outdoor parade, including floats, pets, clowns and livestock and a rodeo to be featured today at Peck's eleventh annual community fair in process here, was postponed until 1 p.m. Saturday. The program scheduled for 8 p.m. today in the community hall will be held, Louis Reuter, local agri cultural teacher and secretary of the Peck Agricultural society, said. Superintendent R. G. Peterson will preside at the program which will include numbers by Mildred Rob- bins, West Speaker school, first winner in Thursday night's rural school speaking contest, and De wain Brown, Omard school, sec ond place winner. Eldred Pudney, who won first place in the ama teur contest Thursday and Merrith Ann Lamson, four year old daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lamson Melvin, who was awarded second place in the contest will also par ticipate. There will also be a pro gram of stunts and contests for the children attending. More than 500 persons attended the program in Community hall Wednesday night. Mr. Reuter was master of ceremonies. Purl Wark Croswell, Mrs. K. Nyjordet and Lawrence Blohm, both of Peck. were judges in the amateur and speaking contests. A corn-husk ing contest was won by James Bowen, Peck. The grand champion horse, judged in the afternoon horseshow is owned by Peter Dingman, Peck and second place was awarded to a horse owned by Lloyd McAllis ter, Peck. Byron Good, East Lansing, Michigan state college extension department, who judged the horses and livestock said that the horse show was one of the finest in the county. The fair is being sponsored by the Peck Agricultural society, the high school and local business men Miss Margaret B. Harris, East Lansing, of the home economics extension service of Michigan State college, spoke on home furnishings and Showed slides of furniture ar rangement at a woman's meeting in the high school auditorium this afternoon. 'THE CHURCH FOBJODir Pastors Prepare Topics For Sunday River Services Algonac. Oct. 3 After Holy communion service at 11 a.m. in St. Andrew's Episcopal church. Rev. A. L. Bramhall. rector, will preach on 'The Kingdom and the Napkin." Rev. Mr. Bramhall will observe Holy communion service at 8:30 a.m. in St. Paul's Episcopal church. Harsen's island. Rev. Erland J. Wang, pastor, will preach on "The Church for Today" at 11 a.m. in Trinity Methodist church. Rally day will be observed with Holy communion service. The choir will sing "Be Thou Faithful" (Engel). Rev. Frank L. Fitch, Port Huron, district Methodist church superintendent, will preside st the quarterly conference of Officers of Trinity Methodist church which will be held after dinner at 6 p.m. Thursday. In the Church of Christ. Rev. Howard H. Ycnaka. pastor, will conduct services at 11 a.m. Bible school will be at 10 a.m., Young People's service at 6:30 p.m. and evening service at 7:30 p.m. Masses in St. Catherine's Catho lic church will be at 7:30, 9, 10 and 11 a.m. Algonac Lions To Hold Dough Doll Contest Oct. 15 Algonac. Oct. 3 Jack Llewellyn, Edward T. Kane, Howard Cole and Robert Hansen were inducted into the Lions club at a meeting Wednesday. James Pocklington, assisted by W. Chesly Morrow, Ivan McCar-bery, William Muir and Lester A. Marks, was in charge of induction ceremonies. Dr. Walter H. Boughner reported that he had examined some school children and found one in need of glasses. Shirley Gilbert, head of the sight fund, will investigate to determine whether the Lions club will provide the glasses. At the board of directors meeting in the home of Harold Pocklington, Chairman Marks of the "dough doll" contest reported the contest date had been changed from Nov. 5 to Oct. 15. Wilfred R. Bell was appointed chairman of a committee to arrange for another contest in which a deer rifle will be the prize. Elwood Smith is in charge of the program for the next meeting. MARINE NEWS LVessel Passages MARKETS AND W,.i in .Mi!. h-!l M Aii.ri M- ' !!!.. ugh Hudi-on Shea. lie V;i in 11 Mill-lift !) Island I'ont lac K 1 'p.sr.n i iltMieagles 1 : K it hardson lloen- Stone A n turua l'rirv f f on Jiegcnt Saturn M.i iKUerite- Kthel J Unras I enolmeot Parks - I&ocen K J.ncj Linda bu I y J'OKT III KON I p ThurMlay cm r.M 3 !. Transport j:' J t " Jtichar ds 1 i"i T Koblnsull ::' 1 -.; I'iralB !l -.1 1 .).". J.i.thl.i Mfc !' : 4 i ;! in A Ignwa v 1) T 1 .; L'H fit:.' tit! .VI Si-.-lkine 1 ' ' 1 'i i Ki erton 1 -1 .1 i. ..Ms in 1 ' Lackawanna 1' L'n K '1' Weir I ) J'l nil 1 . i vi !.- ii M 4 .1 10 Willard 1 I : 4 j ('1 .!e 1 1 .05 FINANCI I : GRAIN MARKET PRICES 001 In Triiluy .V M. 1 ".." Kink ' II J.a f idle :, .'ii shu.ilk.Tf ' ::-i.i Wf-sciwu .' 1 ; I'l'rnflin.s I'j M' l.an l!a t l a Hon-V.."il lnaha ') YfHrniiie 4 :ui I'fs'iuo I.le ;.': .! K 1 a viilson ..'; S Thompson AM sir. j JO jo::. M A ; : ii ."r ; i in 11-15 Drumhead Rites Will Be Held In St. Clair Sunday Mataafa I la i y Taurus 'a inn Clarke Tomlinson I "olonel I'rol t. Snsibar W L, King Finland Petrol i IP S.-andrrit Hartwell Thomas Hennepin Cowan - Barge C nienea p lea Richards, s i.'t Harvey Brown 11 s 1". Duwn Thurndur cm r.M. 1 ::ir. IloM.ins t. :"' Jenkins t. 1 i :';." Pioneer h :4- 2 .1 -i lorolne :i : :t; Ferris 1 n : in i nn Younir 3 0 :l:J'l Verona o:4 4 ..in Corey 11:10 r. ::.-. Hall Pro;.. 1 1 a:aj I Thompson 11:1 Down Friday A..M. A.M. ll':'ir Alsosteel S :-'" Finland S e.la lshpenilng I 40 S :0 Palmer 0 :4 7.00 Munsiin, lo:J0 7:01) I.anonda 1 Kniperor 11:40 &:15 Taplin 11:4 'Our Harvest Prayer' St. Clair, Oct. 3 "Our Harvest Prayer" will be the sermon theme Glenelp. ar K Kkhardson James- Maida. ar Tselin. ar Prescot t A Itroway Itivertcin InrKuerite W- Klhel J St. Clair, Oct. 3 The Blue Water post of the Canadian Legion will sponsor drumhead services here at 2 p.m. Sunday in front of the city hall. The St. Clair city band, the Can of rcev. o. w. j,entz, pastor, at adian Legion band. Detroit, and the Whittlesey Harvpst Hnmp fpsfival servirpi? at TTimnmr kini Rmi roL- n.m I '"- 30 V. , o.V V; 7 7" ""'"'""J' "J' von.. T itouinson iu:ju a.m. aunaay in bi. x-eier s. take part in tne services. Circuit Lutheran church. . ihe Adult Judge Fred W. George, Port Huron Sunday school class will discuss will give a brief address. Our Heavenly Father at 9:30 All ex-service men have been re- a.m. ine women of the parisn quested to wear their medals. will meet in the parish hall Wed- Thomas Short, vice commander nesday night for a social hour, of the Blue Water post, has in vited the Charles A. Hammond post, No. 8, American Legion drum and bugle corps to attend. Sarnia veterans have also been invited. Cowle I.arka wanna K T Weir Steelkinis, eld Ia vidson Zei.sins; IKTKOIT 1 1 Thursday A.M. 11:10 Clvde 11 :30 Wlllar.l. rid P.M. Barkhanistead-12:.M Constitution ar 1:00 Stone Kesent. ar M0 Saturn M l Vena :1 0 Cornelius :' :1 j Kepent. eld 1 :-J An turus Prineeton 2:30 Hutterc-up 'ru:alit-, ar 3:0 5 Shiras :!:l'll Cres City, ar .1 20 h K Jones ;::'-) Manta-.'i:.'io India, ar S::.5 S Park- o liesolllte r. Al-o.-en Friday r.M. 4 :4" " :00 ti:15 X :L'o will be Swimming: Pool Discussed Marine City, Oct. 3 A round table discussion was ied by F. W. Becker at the Rotary dinner meeting Thursday in the St. Mark's Episcopal church house on a municipal swimming pool. John Schlin-kert, Ben Barringer and Donald Becker, all of St. Clair, were guests. Jakes Beattie, president, presided. Funeral For Mrs. Rietze St. Clair, Oct. 3 Last rites were held this afternoon in the Bower funeral home .lere for Mrs. Eliza Ellen Conant Ri.tze, 84. widow of Max Rietze, native of Port Huron and direct descendent of Roger Conant who acted as governor of the Massachusetts Bay colony, who died Tuesday afternoon in St. Clair Community hospital after a short illness. Burial was in Hillsfde ceme tery. PUBLIC NOTICE Sealed bids will be received until 10 o'clock A. M., Tuesday, October 14th, 1941. at the office of the City Manager, Port Huron, for the following; list of frame houses. Said houses to be removed from the premises on which they are now located. 1012 FOURTH STREET 1014 FOURTH STREET 1016 FOURTH STREET 1020 FOURTH STREET 319 WALL STREET 323 WALL STREET The above houses will be sold either singly or as a group to the highest bidder therefor. Terms of sale: Cash. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Signed, LEONARD G. HOWELL, City Manager. Thank offering boxes handed in at that time. Elder Frank Feske will preach at Holy communion service at 9:45 a.m. in Latter Day Saints church. Evening service will be at 7 p.m Rev. H. A. Pegg, pastor, will preach on "Free Human Questions" at the Rally day and Holy com munion services in First Baptist church at 10:30 a.m. Rev. Mr. Pegg will preach on "Our Spiritual Possessions at 7:30 p.m, World communion Sunday will be observed at 10 a.m. in St. Clair Methodist church and at 8:30 a m in Salem Methodist church. Rev Karl W. Patow, pastor of both u . . i, . . , : 1 1 l : i -xt . ! - " - iuxyi, wiii ue in ui.dige luung hostess. The members were seated "T" . . , r1 .W1U. De fl at two long tables centered with w.ov, p.m. iii me oi. ud t uiuan. bowjs Qf fJowers ine ruur-oquare-n ciuo or tne Mrs. X- B p00j president, prc- Salem church will meet at 8 p.m. sided. A report of the Sanilac Monday in the church. County federation of Women's The Ladies Aid society of the clubs held in Snover in June, was aaiem cnurcn win meet at z. p.m. Ea rlo w-Kreleand. Deckerville Club Is Entertained At Dinner Programi Deckerville, Oct. 3 Mrs. William ! Wagner entertained 18 members of the Woman's club. A co-operative dinner was ser ved by Mrs. John Innis. Mrs. George Bearss, Mrs. Ira Martin and the Sehoellkopf Sonoma, ar Wfsi-oat Fink Connor, ar T.indabury Hell Yosemite S Thompson Mr-Lea n Windsolite Pres.iue. IkI Pa vidson Way west, ar 4 :: 4 :: I'll A.M. It It Brown ar 1 2.?0 Cutarde 1 1 ::i0 Cyc lo I 'hief 1:4.". S Park, el Thursday in the home of Mrs. Ed ward Draves, Meisner road. Harvest Home Festival Marine City, Oct. 3 Rev. H. E. given by Mrs. William Bearss. Mrs. I Wagner reported on several improvements made at the public lib rary during the summer months. Roll call responses were given by members who related "Summer rarks. ar P. C Smith ar Tunlap Huhlirad lnaha. ar Pia Alkali Humrick. Paucon Simcolite Cornell Jim Hrown Connelly Clenels. rid McLauehlan Seord- Krupp Farr Harva rd 1 :.".- Treniaine, ar 1 :05 Fulton 1 :"j Maunaloa 2 (hi Baker : :J0 lllcott 2:0 l)ia Alkali 3:20 I.aSalle ":.'" Klinir. ar j.r.t) pope ar I :-" llumerick- 5 :Oo Sa por a r :, ::'.-. Dahlke, eld Down Thursday A.M. 11:"0 Humriek-11:13 Sapor, rid I. C Hanna 1 1 :"0 Calverley Jr 11:45 Mataafa 1 I :;o I la ry 1 J :oo Taurus 12 .00 James- Ma ida, eld IM. Mead. t-Id 3:10 Paine 10.00 10.11 1 1 :! ; 11 :-'. A.M. ; . : " 0 li :L'0 ft 4a i: 4 : fi : 4 ; 7 :Oil 7:4 0 7 4 0 7: y : sir. (i:15 1) ::i0 1 0 ; 1 o I'); 10 Soybean Futures Tumble Eight Cents A Bushel By FRANKLIN" MIL LIN . Associated Press staff Writer) Chicago, Oct. 3 Soybean futures tumbled 8 cents a bushel today, the maximum loss permitted in one session, upsetting the entire gram market. Wheat and other grains skidded a cent a bushel or more. Lower prices for soybean oil and meal and weakness of cottonseed oil and lard, competitive products, i brought selling into the bean pit. Prospects of expanding harvest operations in the near future, although there may be some delay because of wet weather, added to the burden of selling and when prices began to slip stop loss orders were thrown into execution. Some selling of wheat was based cn reports of scattered sales of 1940 grain held by the government. Some of this wheat has been sold to Mexico and the fact that it was for export had a strengthening ef fect on the matrket. Wheat closed 34-l'i lower than Thursday. December $1.21 -Sg, May $1.263i-'R,- corn 34-l'.8 down, December 80T8-34, May 8G-85Ts: oats 's-l down; rye 1-lli off and soybeans 53i-7U lower. Soybeans rallied after the cx treme break had carried December contracts down to S11.70 and that delivery closed at $1.71 ,2-172. Irregular Lower TrenA Rule In Tax-Conscious A Shares STOCK MARKET M.U (IKK S I IK h LIST N'.on ' jij. .1 a uotis Am A For row Monfeiv Ward "4 Am Tel A- 'lei 14 '4 .Mn.-lk-r I!ras.i Ana. on, la :;' N;ifll - K.-l 4 Arinoui 111 t Nail Ii:.-. nil 1 He'll Si.il l.'i Nat .any prod 1 : Poiia A Jim Nil pow - 1. 41.. UritfBH M'- N Y iviitral 1 1 i'h'.u Il..,:.-i .; .o, !h"in I'ai: ; ' Cana I uy 1; , 1 i iltlN Steel 71. Can pa. :!': 4 7 Pa- k:e ,l L: .1 I 1 1 '. p.iiK-- I'livia r:j Cli. s ihi. .1 c Pennev M Chrysler I'.nn U 1; : Coin 1; a- k i.:.la :," I'omml n t II'.. Ih 11 i.s Pel 4 .'.- Cmm lth Soj r; Pill. Sve . J j , ' . Conoh ol f,'. Pure (1,1 n I'iiiIin. Wright K.K.O I O-l Kdl.son 1 lien 1 I . 1'owCheni 1K K.-piih Steel p. I'll Porn 1,..'. l:enol.s Toll ,i J Kant man Kod iii'j s,..,r K..e ;(; Kl Auto I.nu :-. ' So, ony n lien Kle.-trio :: 1 Sou Pa.ifie It lien Food 4 1 ' --oil l;a i 17:. Cen Motors 41 ' S'and pran.lB Hill Safely R 4'. Slan C, 17 1 7.115 ioo.ii m h c si. -m nil i-ii 1 :n lloodvear Tire Pi1, Stall in Ind .11". !r No lly v :(, sian t.i. N J -I.' Hupp Alolnis ', T-xa.s Cotl 4 0 ' 111 Central s - Timken 1.1 " 1 Inland su-el 7'.:; l'n Catl... T.." Insp Coprer 11 l'n Pacifi- T'l1. Inierlake Iron T " l'niied .ir SIS Int Marve.ster r,J l imed Corn 'i lilt Ni.-kel Can U!.', P s Kul l.er ;. Int Tel A., 'l ei l- s SI.-. I .lohnn Manville f7 r s S1...-1 pfd 7' 1 Kenn Col'ix-r :; I West n Tel rT Kroger 7'S', Wnolwnrth r.o"4 1 wain? , B VICTOR trtv leaders refused toT! ound in today's l were evidently rehtei,. k' a recovery r.ff,...- I1 - - - v iioi VP Irregularly 0Wer ,f Pared at the start and u'l ruie,near thef0urthT Speculative quar,e., said, i-eerned mo v GRAINS AND SEEDS ( lose tio.sing quo No. 4 yellow ; No. L' whit :.' 7H. : N 4. 71 fii ' So. 2 h:l ( hii'BEO ( ash (train Chirago. Oct. o Today a tat urns : Wheat No. 2 yellow tl.lU'i Corn new No. 4 mixed 71, ill1-; sample Krado yellow 0." 'S; old corn No. 1 yellow . 1. 73 i ; No. ;!. 77' It 7.1; No. :.itniie grade yellow G,Ko7; Iiats No. 1 mixed 47; No. C. 4 7; No. white 47; N. :i. 4.'.: No. 4. 4o. Parley malting 7''''lS4 nominal; fee and srreeninK.s 41-j.s nominal; sampl fc-rade liarley jt; No. 3 maltin harley i- l-'ield ieed t.er hundredweight nominal Timothy $ 5. 7 'o ti : alsike $ 1 1 . 50 'tl 1 . 50 fancy red lop 7. 50 'n S. 5 0. Soybeans No. 2 yellow $1.77 j. r.M. 5 :00 fi :00 B.or. .00 i". : 't 5 7:15 7:10 7:40 J C Williams cl s 05 liicaco r utiK-e ( lose Chicago, (Jit. o Todays opening quo. tattons: Wheat: Dee. 1 1 . 1 1 1 2 n : May $ 1 . : 6 Q : July ll.IS-S f Corn- Dec. jju T M i ; May S6QS3T July S7 i . Oats: lec. 52; May 54 "a; July o3 51 . Soybeans": Oct. old l.fi:i4: new ji.ba i Iiec. 11.71 Hi 1.72: Mav I1.7ii. Kye: Dec 75; May ill July 27m. Lard: Oct. J10.o; I)ec. $10.92; $11.12; Mar. $12.45; May $12,113. Jan Totzke, pastor, will preach on Memories." Short travel talks were "Harvest Time" at Harvest Home given by Mrs. Stuart Stoutenbure, festival services at 10 a.m. in St. who returned recently from a tour John's Evangelical church here of Quebec and the eastern states: and at 11:30 a.m. in First Evangeli- Mrs. E. W. Blanchard on Colorado; cal church, Adair. The churches and Mrs. Elmer Thornton on Lake will be decorated with farm nro- Louise. duce and all decorations will be Mrs. George Bearss will be hos-sent to the German Orphan home tess to the group Tuesday. Oct. 14. in Detroit. She will ba assisted by Mrs. Roy In St. Martin's Lutheran rhurrh -tsarr. Rev. E. W. Matzner, pastor, will conduct services at 10:30 a.m. The church council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The Junior Luther league will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Members will attend a meet- Tampico rid Manta. rid Cres City cl Pioneer Oa k wodo. Ferris Yourifc Verona Corey ar 12:50 Clarke S10 2:50 Tomlmson S:;I5 3 :25 Colonel i :20 4 :O0 Croft 10: 4:00 Sen.sibar. ar 10:15 W I. King 11-40 4 .03 Kohhins 1 1 :45 4 -20 Jenkins 11:50 4.4 5 Down Friday A.M. 1 2:05 Ball Bros. 12:40 D Thompson 12:55 Poland, ar 3:00 Barkhamstead .1:0 Constitution cl 1:05 3:55 Pahlke. ar f:l :15 Sonoma, eld 8:20 4-45 Scandrett, 4 :50 Toledo Cash irnin Iom" Toledo, Oct. 3 Today's closing c tations: ' Wheat: No. I red $ 1 . 07 ' W 1. OS. Corn: No. 2 yellow 7.1'fi 74. Oats: No. 2 white 4S1J1'.'. Soybeans: No. 2 yellow $1.57 6 1.58. A.M. 5:13 5- 6:05 10:10 SAVI.T STK. MARIE Ip Thursday THUMB WEDDINGS Koza-CIancy Port Austin, Oct. 3 A pretty fall wedding took place at St. Michael's ing of district church councils at Catholic church Saturday morning, 7:45 D.m. Sunday in Trin.tv Lii. when Miss Mona M. Clancy, daugh- theran church, Richmond. ter of Mr- ad Mrs. Henry Clancy, Rev. Walter J. Rottach, castor. Hume township, became the bride and Rev. John R. Hogan, assistant pastor, will officiate at masses in Holy Cross Catholic church at 6:30, o, 9. and 10 a.m. There will be Holy communion service at 10:30 a.m. in the Me thodist church. Rev. J. P. Pum phrey, pastor, will be in charge. iniss vraain jonnson will sing Eye Hath Not Seen Nor Ear Heard" (Gaul). Rev. C. C. Watkins, pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal church, will conduct Holy communion services at 9 a.m. L. T. Guyor will conduct Adult Sunday school at ""0:30 a.m. of Donald A. Koza, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Koza, Cuyahaga Falls, O. Rev. Alphonse A. Kromka, pastor, celebrated the nuptial mass. The candle lit altar was decorated with garden flowers. The bride was given away by her father. She wore white ivory satin cut witn a sweetheart neck line and a long train and a finger tip veil held in place with a tiera of pearls and sequins, and car ried a bouquet of Easter lilies. Her sister, Miss Marjorie Clancy, as maid of honor, was attired in blue taffeta of floor-length full skirt with a peacock blue tiers to match held in place with rhine- stone pink rose buds. The bridesmaid was Phyllis Koza. She wore a gown of dustv rose fashioned with a floor-length full skirt and her tierra was held in place with rhinestone talisman St. Clair. Oct. 3 Vernon Harris rose buds. 31, Marine City, is in St. Clair The groom's attendant was Rob- Community hospital with minor ert Martin. Detroit. Ushers were chest injuries and head and leg Raymond Clancy, Edward Walsh cuus suiierea early today when he ana rticnara uiancy. .Detroit. lost control of his car while at- A wedding breakfast was held tempting to make a curve on M-29. at the Point of Pines hotel. A four- two miles north of St. Clair. tiered cake decorated in the colors Harris told Troopers Edward C. of the bridesmaids dresses centered ooiaswortny and LeRoy McCluer the table. A reception was held inax ne was ngnting a cigaret when for 125 guests in the home of the nis car went into a skid on the bride s parents. wet pavement, went into a ditch The counle left nn a tur, and crashed into a tree. HosDital rin tn Nnrthprn lTiriicran on4 TirilT I dutuudms saia mai ne wouia Drob- hp at- hnm nt RSd r.,,K,- .1 . I iuxuai. IV Ll doiy De reieasea irom tne Hospital road, Detroit, after Oct. 15. mu aiiernoon. Tho r i.ii. nuu 1.113. iMHC .LiOKKIie. OO I Pmnnhnn XJirrV, -V,l t in-JT 1 J CO ,.. j r.. , i J.1i,vw,.& "'6U SLI1DU1 111 dUU I nrhr,vn4?PoV1V, " f,y .ro.m Community School of nursing . iiumnoillLA., CU1" I 1 r- I Ul fl V. n s J I : i fererl sliffbt VinHv r.t .,.. ""'"S private Man Loses Control Of Car While He Is Lighting Cigaret P.M. rarttny 1 :tio Ireland Cadillac 1 :30 Affleck Assinboia 2:o0 C Schneider H I) Williams 2 00 Perwind 1'ost 3:00 Trimble M C Smith 4:00 Uricoldoc Murphy 4:30 Kerr Magna 4:30 lais Sultana 5:00 Pollock Corvus 5 -.'ID Runsen Jupiter tJ:00 Augustus Macoubrey 6:30 X'p Iriilay A.M. Pchoonmaker 2:00 IMnkey Grand Island li:?0 Humphrey Adriatic 4:i0 Wood Hoyt 4:30 w L, S?mith Heronbay 5:00 Maryland Yates 11:00 Hobson Collins 1 :30 Prockton i'ortwilldoc fi :30 Mitchell Down Thursday P.M. International 12:30 Shaw Campbell 2:00 Krynbars W"idener 3:00 Henry Kord Munising 3:00 Penson Ford Black :!:30 Mexoil lieayerton 3:3'.) Stephenson Holloway 4:30 Manila Stanton K:00 Hoberts Penmark ' 7-oo Victorious Mamuetta S:00 Crete Hancock S-30 I.atiirhlin Down Friday A.M. Hutchinson 1 :H0 Morrell Mullen 2:00 McGonafrlw C Thompson 3:30 Rensselaer SIcGean 3:30 Gnderich Dixon S:00 I'rindoc Poe 5:00 w Crawfxod P Minch 5 30 Schiller Terkins S:00Odanan Hebard P :00 STKAITS OF MACKINAC l'p Thursday P.M. Clements Rei 12:10 S Mather Bradley 1 2 :1 0 International Wyandott 12:10 McKinney Kitzserald 2:00 Paratex Billines 3:50 Con Power Teakbay 6:00 Kesent Heekin fi.ooWidener 1'ilbert 6:20 Vp Friday A.M. Stanton 2:50 Wolvin Lebanon 3:2.0 Maine Poardman 3:50 Crete Kopmeier o:40 Hutc hinson M Allen 7:30Newhaven Manitoba S:20 Socony r.M. 7:00 7:0 0 7 :O0 S :00 X:30 9 ;00 H.30 3 0:30 12:0 12.00 AM. R :0 0 8:00 S:30 8:30 10:00 1 1 :.'0 5 1:30 11:30 r.M. 9:00 9:00 3:00 10:00 10:00 1 1:00 J 1 .00 11 :30 1 1 :30 3 2.00 12:00 .M. 9 :00 :30 10:30 11:00 11:00 1 1 -to 12:00 12:00 r.M. 7:10 8:50 9:20 9:40 9 :50 10 :00 11:30 I LIVESTOCK (Jiirast) Livestock Chicaeo. Oct. 3 Salable hoes 4,000 total 7,000; uneven; general trade largely 15 lower than Thursday s average practical top $11.30; one outstanding load $11.33; bulk 220-300 11. s $ 1 1.1 o 4i 3 ; cood and choice 1SO-220 lbs $ 1 0. On 'J 1 1 . 25 ; pood 300-tiO lbs sows tlO.lOf'laO; few light weisht to $10.S: most 4'io-50ij lb kinds $9.2591 S5; extreme down to $D. Salable cattle l.oou. calves ;uu; ween end trade generally steady; more active than week ago: very little steer beef in cron: run mostly butcher cattle; steer supply mainly medium to good (trades; too J11.90 paid for lonir yealrinps; wprink linir 110. 75 di 1 1. all : steers ann neuers hi latter price: most steers $9. 50 li 1 1. 25 ; with common southwest Mexican bred otfenncs around $S: corn belt and western Rrajs heifers dull at weeks 50 cent oecnne mainly $7.501i 9.50; cutter cows $6.90 down with canners at $.- o.o; most western eras cows $S.23(i75; weishty sausaite noils to to 35: heavy ca ves jb.joiti .. on plain soutnwest Kino. koou m.u choice corn belt heavies umiii; veaierc up to $14 50, however; stocker iraae io. steady. ValaUTa Hheen 1.01)0. total 4.UUU: lave Thursday: All classes steady; five doubles doselv sorted western springers $12.15; bulk Rood and choice natives $11.2jt'50: few $11. CO: two doubles handy weight fed vearlincs $3; tdoay's trade; market steady to strons; bulk and top choice native spring lambs $11.50; few throwouts $9 down; odd lot clean up eneep mi. Fast Huffalo I.ivesfnck Buffalo. N. Y.. net. 3 Hogs 400 ; fully , cents lwoer: good and choice l.o. 40 lbs averacinc iso-.io ins iii.o; CO; fomilar weight truckeu ins xi..jv 35. odd lots $11.40. Cattle 250; hoKievers approxinmivi.v 150; dull cleanup trade, barely eteany prices; lew can -weinm. jmuuib.-. ... thick-meated SO0 lb grass steers $10. 2j; mn,i.r.iv covered steers and heifers around $9: beef rows to $7.fi0: cutter and common $.257: canner $4.S3!U6; light weipht sausage bulls $6.75(u'S. Calves 150; vealers rirm: coo.i snn choice $13; common and medium jiu.ou.y 14.no. . ... heep 400; spring lamb marKcr oragsy. about fteady: good to choice .o.-..) 10 na- ii.-. tn) TTifr 1 "j: more cioseiy soiieu lots held above $ltS0; niedfum and rr,ie trades 19.501 10.75: fat ewes to $5.25. Mrs. Sperry New W. S. C. S. Head M' IOKK 4IKII Noon t.i:i..ta 1 ions Alum Co Am US'... He. la Minintr Am 1.1 A- Tin li'", Hilnibl.- oil Am Super Imper o. I. id A.I Gas & Kl A 1-1 Inl.r Pill H Am lias A.- Kl 23 'j N a Hud Pow Am Sup Pi pre Mi1. N ! les-He-Pond Cr.ise Servi. e 4 ' 1'etinr.iad Kl po & Sb 2 Sland Oil K.-n Kl po sh pre f. '. . I'nited Has Gulf Oil 2 3 s, Ilo 2. 3- 19 ' 9-10 4inernnient II.0111N O. t. 3 Today s 1. V. s New York, quotations: Treasury :4. 4 7-4', f.o-'. Federal Farm Mortgage 3s, 4 7-12 0 p.m. - IS, . . .107.31 .. .111.16 .101.13 MVFST'K K Goo to choice yearlings dry fed Fair to good heavy steers .. Common grass '-at tie Hoef ciiw.l Pair to good beef cows ll('.t but.-her bulls li.-s I bologna bulls Medium bologna , Pest ca lvcs . . Fair to good calves Post lambs Fair to good lambs Hogs: 1SO-200 20H-210 - 220-230 2.10.250 Il'i l.-ifi $12 no 9, 25 H- 10 25 7. 00 (' tt.75 f..7.".'. 7.30 4 2 5 1 fi r.n s 50 S. 00 S. 25 7 2 5 ' n .-jr. ir 1 1 50 in:ni).(f 14-nn 10.50'.,: 10.75 9 50 if 10.00 . $1 o. 0 . 10.95 . ll.i.o . in. S3 Thumb iMarkets Oats Wheat I? ye Alsike Clover ......... Pea Fteans Six Hewed Harley Red Clover - Crimm Alfalfa Buckwheat . ... TJeht Cranberry peans . Light Hed Kidney peans Park lied Kidney Peans Peaa $ .40 .95 . .74 . 1.00 . 4.10 . 1 32 . 7 00 12.O0 . 1 07 . 4.75 . 7 54 , 9.00 .ISO J... the rule near . u "i UOij. a r to.. , f-eerned mn the -ke of Tre' Morgcnthau's J7. boosts in Hitlers I U ments generally boardrooms. Bunv J. were helDful i ..... proaching weeke, & SinrXca U- S- Steel BZS'i c-rn. Southern P,n.G!fc " S Rubber. Goo J. C. Tenney Dow Ch. Shipbuilding. Stand?Hms Resistance wM " hoS? Case. Eastman I Petroleum. Sperry, r I y .1 1 i 'n,e?a.vidson Chem - vyvuy ijurb . .. r. "'. "n. iuif oiiv f Atlantic ''j fc lemical lar-Ui rb triflJ.il ':t were pinned on Petroleum, Humble road. PRODUCE MARKET .'rirint nhn niU Pelro,'. 0,1 ,T r he easi,.,n market: ,' : Mu-h biiHhi.1 r t Am lm. II in 1 :' JxiMiluia ( V i-'Hinwf.j, "'i carton. t. $2. bushel craies i-s J";" n, 1- 5'-. In Min l "..i.3';;., - No. 1. 2', tn m,. .t3,1'Ml" IS. onions: mi m M k ' n 1 Vellou. 1.11 . cit JIJ r s jenows ho per cent n. M . r:a -,H.i'.s X"- 1 wh,"' 1- In and larger wnile hollers 'otatoes: lon-Ii. 1 . .. 31 1 An ... While mri'lm . 1 I. Kurbanks 1S No. , "w T,' inn.iu i. - . - . y - ' is rt-. Funeral For Earl Will Be Saturday Marine City, Oct. 3 Funeral services for James Wesley Earl, 76, resident of this city all his life, who died Thursday in Port Huron hospital of injuries suffered Sept, 23 when he fell off of a scaffold and landed on a sidewalk while working at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton McKeller, North Wil liam street, will be held at 2 p.m Saturday in the Friederichs funeral home here. Rev. A. G. Kruschwitz pastor of the Christian Fellowship will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Mr. Earl is survived by his widow, Mrs. Minnie Earl, who lives n the family residence on North William street: four sons, Gerald and Morley Earl, both of Detroit; Frederick Earl, Ypsilanti, and Robert Earl. California; a, daughter, Mrs. Charles Hoyt. Roseville. Mich.; two step-sons. Nelson and Charles Price, both of Detroit: a step-daugh ter. Mrs. Lloyd Tuselein, Dearborn, and a brother, Horace A. Earl, De troit. Mindemoya, Kunsen Aucustus Peter Keisa Adriatic Hoyt Cr Island. Hobson lay Morse Kllwood Gillies llanney Comet Down Thursday P.M. '- 12:10 Prockton 3:40 Heronbay 4:10 Athabasca 4:50 Paisley 6:20 riinkey 45:30 Maryland 7:00 Down Friday A.M. 1:20 Markham Clev 2:20 Phipps 3:oo I tica 3:on WyandottR 3:10 David Weir S:30 Berville. Oct. 3 Mrs. Lawton a.m. I Sperry was elected president of :i:all il,. WcimarCc SneietV nf Christian 10:10 rr.vrvi r z ir; - in:lo service at a meeiuiti in me numc V'n of Mrs. Loretta Kelley. Other officers elected were: Vice resident. Mrs. Frank Draeer: sec- P.M. I T T .-t- Tllo o 1 1 c treacurer s:io Mrs. F. L. Chubb; secretary of 9:00 nbrictin coeial rplatinnc anrl Inral 9:31) """""" ... A ,,r- 10:20 cnurcn aciivmes. ;irs. .rviDen vveg- 12:00 1 0:30 10:3 !) A.M. ! : 3 o 9:50 1 1 :oo 11:10 11:30 driven by Logghe and Dubrzynski , nursing in Detroit. The groom was graduated from r.lll44 WalnncnT. .' -v V. . A TIP O I 1 "i"":" Akron High school in 1933 and at nrst am Dy a Kichmond physician Sanilac Board To Convene On Oct. 13 Sandusky, Oct. 3 The Sanilac county board of supervisors will convene Monday, Oct. 13 in the supervisors' room in the court house for their annual annronria- ., .oti.wc cu uni.ici pony later mi.. . . t . ... " Woman's Society of Christian Ser- ITff a?tlnZ throTi.h O, m During the session annual finan- Troopers Kenneth L. Gray and Bruce Buchanan policed the acci dent. tended Hiram university and Car negie Tech. He is a chemical engineer in Detroit. W.S.C.S. Program Nov. 5 Marysville. Oct. 3 At Hallowe'en Partv Planned HC - rl i n , U . inarine tuy, CI. i flans lor a Hallowe'en dinner party later in of the local fire department Thurs day nieht. A general tnsrwtinn nf city buildings will be made begin- Llal reports irom an county omces fnrNnv.Sinthernmmiintvei,, k ""uay in connection witn T . "'"" Mrs. Wilson Miller will n v lr? Prevention week. Instructions .e an? appropn- vice Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Fred Bellow the day for the program and harvest supper was set Mrs. Wilson Miller will be kitchen chairman, Mrs. Bruce Jackson. chairman of the dining room; Mrs. Earl Lamb and Mrs. Fred Bellow in cnarge of the purchasing depart will be given in the firemen's I ations 'or county offices will be rooms tonight. To Honor I ife Members TVTarino On.f o c ; ?cientV-MMiS- Fed King assisted by life members of Emily Ward chap-Mrs Clifton Den-nan and Mrs. Roy ter. No. 205, Order of Eastern Star. 'Arwl" ndve cnarSe 0 the wm be honored at a dinner at 6:30 room a General cleaning in nrPnar- . j . .. . . , i . " . t .iii. tuud in me iviasonic temple, anon for the session. levied. Supervisor George I. Smith, Lamotte township, chairman of the board, will preside. Hugh Graham, janitor of the court house, and a staff of workers, are busy this week giving the program. ner; secretary of publications, Mrs. Beulah Lecluyse; secretary of supplies, Mrs. E. LeBair, and secretary of student work, Mrs. Loretta Kelley. The following members were appointed for the annual homecoming Oct. 12: Publicity, Mrs. C. Nettnay, Mrs. F. Lathrop and Mrs. Chubb; program. Mrs. Leatha Ferguson, and dinner, Mrs. Loretta Kelley, Mrs. Ruby Sperry and Mrs. Ed ward Ahrens. THUMB DEATHS Mrs. Grace Sweet Deckerville, Oct. 3 Mrs. Grace Sweet, 86, died this morning in her home in Forester township after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at p.m. Sunday in Mills United Brethren church wtih Rev. Rich ard Nyburg, pastor of Deckerville Baptist church, officiating. Bur ial will be in Downing cemetery. Mrs. Sweet, the former Miss Grace Brenton, was born Sept. 20, 1855 in Couburg. Ont, and was married to James A. Sweet there May 18, 1876. In the spring of 1880 Mr. and Mrs. Sweet moved to Buel township, Sanilac county, and three years later to Forester town ship. Mr. Sweet died in January, 1926. Surviving is a son. James L. Sweet. Forester toVnship, six grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. A son, John Sweet, died in infancy. 100. )h sacks tl -- lV. " . Chirm I'M. ton Chi.-aco, Oct. J I'oi.toM ,rr, n ira.k 2.SS: to,. ,-s ,hi' supplies moderate. rt.m.nH : cobbler and washed kind mmjwit. - VlcriureT 'l'""" a""" . lures demand very hrkt . Slight y weaker: Idaho rwt burbi, gtre ' r'yVi'-i.W,," liakota eariy ohio, rs Vn , fJ and North Dakota triumph, T it IlJUij: chmneu-n. rc v i 1 . . . . .... tJ u fi ,t. SMiiiiaw BftM ... ....nrin .,.r rwt. (illntM Uy thf V j.ean coinpan,. choiet lnripicW beans $4.10; nrw rrop u red kidneys $7 SO: dark 11 kit elloweys $3.7.".; llcln rr.frn I - cra"borrit $4.50; brown B llolon IVmI ' Boston Oct. 3 The Commerci: letin will any Saturday: 'Trading has been nottr tn IW market and restricted In t In fi "icn.v. i-riceii keep firm, tn on medium sc-oui-ed and Milled w The bulletin will publuh th 1. quotations: ilichig-an fleeces Detain 40-1!. DAIRY MARKET 31 1 New Yrk r; New Tori;, tx-t. SKset IK Mixed colors: Fancy tn fi:n ' - It 4 0; extra 3.: iraded firm mediums 17'tftV; dirtiei - : average check i'UflJSW. "hltcs: lFtes.lefl r,t nr.m;ullt 4 4 -a Ii' 4 7. 1 Xearhv ana tn idwMtm ""l lum mark ll'.lfll: anerlil, 11: mi aros 36 i,. iresalea of erchitu ' neavier mediums sl'-lff-lSI Krt nn l rewil Ifw of rntnm.rciiila In finer heavier pullets 2S;:m Sftbf lit western nulleta 14'i4irj: r" ti 2 3. Urowna: Vearhif anil midwMWn io exira fnn.-y .17 ' 44 : iw standards 33ts34- meliumi '.:! i'ui-K egga 33 9(14. Chirac rniillrr r"hlrago. O. t. 3 Poultry Int. 41 " easy to steady; hena. over W " 11 and down IS'., lerhnr M broilers. i, . and dnwn. Cn Plymouth iiH-k SI, white rmk !: lbs iip. colored lli. Dlvmoa: l". "our imn jx; unoer , Hi". -.i.-"- Plymouth ruck 19. while rwk 1 ' 2 back rhickena 14l.".- rnnnler" l1- ? horn rooster 13 : ilucks. 41 lored I:., while 16. vmall. fi"",; who 111... v.o.v lb. turkeys, tonis. old' IS: oiin S. old "1, young t''r. ft New York !resl rmlW New York. Oct. ,1 I'ressen regulnr, Fr.-sh box ti L'o i... : is.;, 4 I 3 "-j Si I'hi.kens. brmier. . t LOCAL MARKETS Oats Wheat Rye Tea Beans Peas. U. S. I. Canadian Peas, sample grade Light Cranberry Beans . .$ .40 .74 4.10 l.ell 1.S0 4.75 DAIRY TKODICTS .56 .33 Butter Kgga . Carney's Condition 'Fair St. Clair. Oct. 3 The condition of Dr. F. V. Carney, mayor Of St. Clair, who has been ill in Harper hospital, Detroit, since Sept. 25, was reported "fair" today. Dr. Carney became ill Sept. 24, and on the advice of two local physicians went to Harper hospital for treatment. Marine City Briefs Mr. and Mrs. William Duff and William Roebiske. who makes his home with Mr. and Mrs. Duff, have moved to Mrs. Hector Brown s apartments. North Elizabeth street. They formerly lived on South St. Clair River drive. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Read, Boston. Mass., visited Dr. and Mrs. La n son C. Cobb. Mrs. Henry Erdbucker, who iis been ill several months in her home was removed to Port Huron Osteo pathic hospital Wednesday. Mrs. Herbert Thompson, Jr., un derwent an operation Tuesday in Port Huron hospital. es: fowls. i ;i.:3: l-e, t hrniler i fryers :i..ii::: rotr I" I r.mstera 1 7 1i 1 9V Tuck V J P. Frozen, boxes: fowls. 36-41 In , j I, i: 4S-J4 riU4: IMS w V old roosters 17'j ls't- Turk'" young ioni west ern young hens Detroit ttn ta Pelroit. O, t 3 -r. S. "'"" eges in ca.. lots. FOB. J"tr?'r t ' Whites -Kxtrns igraoe 3 I '.l 3H. siannaiw - . ledium s:J 41 : me. bum la rce w ; " ' . . tar Itrowns Kxtrn (Krate ' . ..vtrn iki"' ,,r Standards lrl J" A Bike Rider In Hospital Snover. Oct. 3 C. Leslie Dor-man is in Sandusky hospital with injuries suffered Monday night when he was struck by a car while riding his bicycle on M-53 near here. Detroit Man Speaks Yale, Oct. 3 W. E. Mathews. Detroit, spoke on "Living Standards and Business Standards" at the lun cheon meeting of the Business Men's club Wednesday in the Presbyterian church rooms. Rev. A. P. Ricrc-ard introduced the spsaker. Dr D. E. Chute presided. medium 3 i. .,.., I. I.ri.kn. nrlces creamery in tub 3j'4TjJ' Kicks Current receipt! checks iM. Chlr Vairr r-i. i ,., : uutter ... .. ' .. ti acore I'. i. ; tinner; creamcc. . j, 9 2. 37: !)1. .1.'.'.: . f.':.s"0' XZ: 90 rent rallied rarle' - -K. rec-ipt n ' graded, extra firsts, local J firsts. lo.al IS. ear. 3" T, P rn; dim- r:: checks .4. ' M fust 3:' . government ria white, loose 44; carton 4j- Detroit Poultry Jr i Detroit. O.I. o-Poul'"'..'.,: W unchanged lien average . " hens :; lbs up l: ""...horn if a TIL springers average run - llw,111 eis 17; young hen turkeys rk, W I), Miunn mm II II up M . ibs UP 1. geese 14, W It w ,ork l', ..jS.I yj. New To,k.- o.-t. JfW regular. Creamery: K and iremium w rks -i (rof " f Tj if. i. i.v7 score 31 u WARGOWSKY. FRED Dlefl October 3rd In ' . .un-1 ... r--- Iltn Avenue. - . wll b h'il '.." . .w.- from . r. ".in I Mortuary. Hurlal ;;jJ Lakes.de '-mr,r.r,r' , ni,nit "' i. , tb.- Fa Ik Funeral tunc o acrv.iea.

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