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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 25, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE SEVEN Want Ads Supply The Way To Get Cash For That Thanksgiving Dinner PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per lino for consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three days, 3 lines ? .81 * .72 One day, 3 lines 36 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular insertions takes the one time insertion rate; no ad taken for less than basis of three lines. Count six average words to the line. Charge ads will be received hy telephone, and if paid at The Daily News Office within six days from the first insertion «a.sh rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stopped before expiration will be charged only for the numhjer of times the ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or relect any Classified advertising copy. Kate per line for white space is the same as <i 1/ne of copy. FOR GIFTS OR PERSONAL USE—W? offer a complete line of lockets, cross-s and chains. Hamilton's, 225 S. Jam .s. HEATERS—Two good used cabinet heaters for sale. Clauson Hdwc., 501 S. James. » Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5ti DRY HARDWOOD—For sale, 2 cords, $5.50; 3 cord load, $7.50. E. E. Olm- stcad. R. 1, Ludington. Phone 16-F-H. PRATT AND DOMINO FEEDS—At reasonable prices. Bethkc Feed Barn. Tel. 165-W. Good Things to Eat 57 ORDER YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Ili'd & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A. Hansen, '/•; mi. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Ludlngton. CABBAGE—Carrots, potatoes for sale, 50c a bn. Dell Reed, '-\-\ mi. W. of Sco'tt- villc. Opp. Gus Oil Station. Household Goods Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 OUT FLOWERS—And funeral work. Tel. 672. Frank Nordinc, 810 E. Ludlngton Avc. Personals 7 BARGAIN PRICES—On good uied gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators, range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattlx Store, Scottvllle. NOTICE—Am leaving in 1939 Dodge sedan in few days for Southern Texas to spend winter. Will take another man wlihing to accompany me :-nd share rxpi-nscs. Write FM, Box 71, Ludlng- ton. WANTED—A df-sirnblc home in Ludington to rare for boys over 13 yrs. of age. Bu.ircl will be paid in some instances. Write particulars O, Box 71, c/o News. 10 DID YOU KNOW—That you can get a new DEXTER WASHER for as low as $39.507 Let us explain their line features. W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. Strayed, Lost, Found OIL HEATERS—Washers, Radio, Refrigerators, New and used. Buy where you get service. GROTEMAT'S WIFE SAVING STATION. STRAYED—From my farm. Guernsey THERE MUST BE—A reason why the ESTATE OIL HEATROLA is leading the market in sales. Find out before you buy. There are plenty of reasons. See these marvelous stoves at W. E. READER & CO., in CUSTER. FRAYED—From my larm. iiuornsi-y . hull, one yrar old. Finder please notify j THE BEST PLACE—To buy used and <;r<irt;c Urbon. '•. mi. W.. i>i mi. N. ; new furniture, stoves and heaters is Victory Townhall. Tel. 8-F-5. Automotive y^^V^w^S^^^S^-hX^^VXN^^XS^^^N^X.O Automobiles for Sale at BOB'S New and Used Furniture Store, 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 481-M. 1!)39 PLYMOUTH- l-Uoor Deluxe. Heat- | YEAR'S SUPPLY—Of Clxydol free with , "thirsting for news" about til SutTrM 3 ' 000 mUeS - S2 °° d ' S " i BSK 1 "sSerV^n. nc °^?. •"" i war, and in five days didn COUUI. I .HI '•>•>. i _ ™ i , „ ,.„,];„ rrv,,, fr,ll™ti urli MAX »i. LENZ Al'TO SALES | "if, I'ontiai cmine, $30. '28 Oldsmobile , . roach, 5OO. '2!> Buiek sedan, Sin. '31 i Ford coupe, J75. '31 Packard, 2 door, ! $110 'li!l Studcbakcr coach. $30. Dodge! IrncR. $110. Chevrolet sedan. 6 wire wheels. $lR. r >. '3B Dodqe panel, $275. ) Ktiidebnker coupe, $395. Pontlac sc- j dan. $550. '37 Ford truck, long wheel j ba.se. $475. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Z10 S. James St. ' Farm Equipment JtLYaur-.Hhat^ 4 o Trte r E!»& POMPS WATEB SYSTIMS • MAY TOOLS-DOOR MANO£« H. SMKDBERO A SON- CUSTER. POPEYE Registered U. S. Patent Office MV FRIENDS,* WANT VQU TO SEE A H/Ml_STOr4E^ MV WEATHER PREDICTION is FAIR JUST RECEIVED KNIT PRED\CTS THE.V WILL BE THE BAM /BAM TMM NARROWS MISSED HEADr VWELL.THE HAIL. CONDITIONS OH, THE.V AIN'T? \W1LL BE VERV GAITERS RIGHT FOR JUS'A 5R.BU ISRAIKJIN 9—12 and 15 inch. Sizes G to 12. PENNEY'S BLONDIE !>>BV DUMPLING VOU GET THAT MUD ON MAMA'S CLEAN Saglnaw Bny excepting from November 15 to December 15, 1939. inclusive, and south of the north line of T. 16 N. and east of Saginaw Bay, including all of Huron County, excepting from December 1 to December 15, 1939. Inclusive. Signed, ssaled nnd ordered published THEN WHO BEDSPREAD ? AS INNOCENT AS k NEW-BORN TGOODNESS Director, Department of Conservation. Consrrvntlon Commission by: WM. H. LOUTIT, Chairman. FELIX THE CAT R-eistered U. S. Patent Office HOPPIMQ HANN/VH CETL1ARU I'LL E>E CIRCULATORS — Special closeout on „ , -beautiful 000 lb. 4 to 6-room, brand I this 1-lth day of July, 1939. ^^ new circulators. 22" square fircpot for P- •'• HOFFMASTEB. wood or coal. Well built in modernistic design. Was $89, now $65. H. Smedberg & Son, Cuslcr, Secretary. Oct. 11, 18. 25. HOLLYWOOD SIGHTS ar;1 SOUNDS (By ROBBIN COONS) , HOLLYWOOD — More or less > personal to George Tucker, the , Man About Manhattan: I want to writer fellow you wrote about the other day. The fellow_Wno cam City ! WHILE LIMITKD-Siipnly lasts. Brand j Came tO Hollywood from God's ! new Grand Rapids mad? parlor sets, City for Consultation On hlS 11 $37.50. H. Fisher, custer. ( book they're making into a movie. The fellow who was about the Vt hear a radio. The fellow who Wanted—To Buy 61 ! talked with producers, directors, — ! hotel and restaurant men and | bell boys—and heard talk only about pictures. I want to meet him because 1 think his was an unique, even happy experience. I'd like to wander into those circles he told you about and for one day —get the war out of my hair and my cars and consciousness. 60 1M V.MOl'TII—1939 Tudor touring sedan. — , - ,-.,-, . . ... 1D3I Dodce two Ion stake truck, in , WANTKIJ TO BUY—Us«d pair French I'd like to SCC and be With peo- vi ry K»<>d condition. Nerhcim Motor | cloors. 7 ft. x 2 ft. 3 in., can he a llttli: ' pl e j us t for one day—Who don't larscr. Write N.I..A.. Box 71, Ludington. i ,...,,... v _f tUnr thp nnrt.v's over. SCOTTVILLE SCHOOL NEWS THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME Co.'. 2^7 W. I.lid. Ave. Phone 737. l'J3g Tl'DOR—Terraplane, for sale. A-l condition at bargain price. Michevich Foiinlain. Repairing;—Service Stations 16 ,U'i:'I YI.F.NK WKI.IUXC;—Uy expert me- ihods that stand Hi- test of time. Bct- ka fjarace, 1102 S. .Madison. tK knQW yc(/ that the part y's over. ~3~"ri j ' In tnis humble position I do and .BOard considerable wandering in and Rooms with Board around the movie lots and res- KINDERGARTEN The two brown bookcases from orange crates are finished. They look very nice on each, f\»u . t -r t Li. — «*• -*-llV^V 1\J\JI\. V V-J. J iAAV^L, U LI 67 1 taurants. and I have yet to meet , * fche readl table : — a Person, high or low, who has Lorna Dumas was five FOR RF.NT—lloaUd sleepiiiK room, cook- no t the War ill his eyes. J-um«i uumab Wdt> live inn privileRcs allowed if desired. Inn,. 301 N. William. Tel. 582. .- -^ — Business Service Kusincss Services Offered It isn't only in the business offices, either, as your writer 'friend implies. I have heard ra- 18 FARMERS ATTENTION—Dead stock removal. Phone collect. Prompt service. MUSKKGON RENDERING CO. Tel. bent mile, 129-F-ll. HOW ARK YOUR EYES—If they bother, let \is show how perfect fittinR glasses help, chlnncry. Scottville. jReal Estate for Apartments and Flats KOR RKNT-?urnished apt. for house-1 have" seen "their : eyes—the help &'c P cM^ questioning, the fear, the old Oct. 18. We Birthday" to her. years games, refreshments and cleaning up are each in charge of a j committee of pupils. The Fifth ; grade is very proud of wining ; the dollar for having the most j parents present at the PT-Aj rn.GGti.iiE sang "Happy | The following children have room duties: Emily Tate, Patty i ! dios in the studios, and I have I one drew and cut an qrange i seen groups of workers gathered jack-o'-lantern to decorate the •i around the news stands, and I room. shock, the pity, the outrage. FURNISHED APARTMENT — 3 rooms. The war has been with Holiy- '""• tu S ' '"""" strcet ' wood for months — in writers' j water "plants,""David'""Bennett; | table discussions in the studio p i ay house, Mary Bedker; pa- Swan Tent and AwninR Co. A I. DUMAS RADIO SERVICE—Expert service on any radio. 225 S. .lames, | LudiiiRton, Phone 722 and Scottvllle. j 5 .rt () ,) M _i)ownstairs apt. Convenient :•• i to boats, Watch Case and shoe factory. Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 j puone 621. FOR RENT-unfurnished i-room apart-! restaurants. At Warner's Green mcnt, very desirable and close-in. 1 Room the SCl'lbeS gather dally All are making orange pump- i P f e iffer, Mary Margaret Ray- kins, black cats and bats. Each mond) Nancy Rasmussen, Walter Listing and Iris Lake. SIXTH AND SEVENTH GRADE In art class last week we made Hallowe'en pictures. The .best ones were put on the bulletin board. In geography the Sixth grade - - J is studying about British posses- pers, Bobby Larsen and Jean sions in A f r i ca . The Seventh Another interest is in making cars, tractors, etc., out of wood and milk bottle tops. The new room helpers are: Be vans; closet, Jerry Schaner ! and the din- of Polish names, of j d Fred Knowles; beads and ' rent. Furnace heat. Inq. 105 Sixth St. or Tel. 1150-W. Houses for Rent MODI MFN'S sl'ITS—Dry cleaned and pressed, 5 ROOM—Downstairs flat with bath for ' plain' dresses. 4!lc. Ludlngton Dry ' ' *"" " lc •='—• "' Cleaners. James & Foster Sts. "Empfoyihent Help Wanted—Female 32 I, I 1.1 \BI.P. c;iI5L—Who likes children wanted lor Rcnrral housework. Write RiviiiK ace and experience. Box ^19, LudiiiRlon. WANTED—C-irl or woman for general housiwork. Only experienced need apply. Inq. 70P, E. LiulinRton Avc. Line versus Limes Line, iof "Stalin, Hitler, Goebels, Goer- ino; drown out the feeble peaceful sounds of plot, dramatic effect, and well-turned line. I wonder if your writer friend =» | was here long enough, in that 77 ! first week of the war, to talk to workermen carpenters, ODERN HOUSES—for rent at 509 N. j clerks, stenographers—who sud- K-we; 206 N William; 205 N. Robert Hpnlv henallse o f those vaEUC Ui.nstead & NevberR. Phone 22 or 792 venings. Real Estate for Sale Livestock IforscsTcatUc, VerTicles 48 I'RESH C'OWS—For sale. R. R. Witte, 1 mi. west. Riverton townhall. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 AT BARCAIN PRICES— U. h.p., »}0-voU fiO-cy. General Electric Rebuilt Motors. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. Brokers in Real Estate R FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property sec Home Realty Co., Itoom ». Nat'l Bank Bldg. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser. They must be accompanied by cash or slumps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. 'If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they will be run free of charge. denly, because of those vague faraway things called "foreign markets," found themselves "at liberty." To talk to people who were doing good jobs until those jobs, in the retrechment process, j were suddenly removed. To 1 publicity men, likewise doing good jobs, who were no longer "necessary." Did he pause, by chance, near a movie set ("Tower of London") whereon most of the actors — Basil Rathbone, Ian Hunter, Boris Karloff, Ralph Forbes, Ernest Cossart, Ronald Sinclair — were British-born? iDid he watch them over the headlines, hear them talking? i Did he talk to friends of David 'Niven or Laurence Oliver or other British subjects who may be called? Dayid Johnson and Aud . rey Keith and paints, Doreen Quick. FIRST GRADE Our room looks very much like Hallowe'en with bats, ghosts, cats and witches pasted on the windows. The last two art periods have dealt with Hal- lowe'en subjects. We cut and pasted Jack-o'-lantern men and in a Hallowe'en drawing the First graders tried to show perspective ,bv drawing both large and small pumpkins and spacing them properly on their paper. grade is studying about the forests of the United States. The Seventh grade has finished the "Tempest" in literature. The Sixth grade is having stories about transportation for reading. In grammar the Seventh grade is studying pronouns and the Sixth grade is learning about Michigan. The Sixth grade history class has .begun the study of Maryland. Agnes Murphy was a visitor last week. you, Uedt uttfk SEMET-SOLVAY Abrahamson- Nerheim Co. Phone 130 CABBAGE—And straw, will swap for cattle or anything I can use The war is in Hollywood. It comes on lovely secluded terraces where the sun shines and servants move quietly about and 1 I/II UK \.«I I'll* \H till Y *' II I I IK I V.llll l*^ 1 -'* I , • i n TT 11 1 • A i). w. Miknisuis, (.. mi. N. and i mi. E. ! the luxury of Hollywood is ten- -- • ' der. "Poor Charles Boyer — he is already in it," says the star who ought to be (if your writer friend is right, George) 'talking about pictures. Her own pictures. It comes on sets where foreigners work. It comes to Ilona Massey, the Hungarian, whose folks are there, who can't go There -were only four First graders who failed to get a star every day last week. We have decided to give them another chance during the three days of this week. If we all succeed our. celebration will be a Hallowe'en party. The Black Beauty reading O....HE DIO?WELL,GI\/E 1 HIM A GOOD SPANKING AMD LOCK HIM Up IN THE BATHROOM V7HATS THAT, MOTHER ?..,. NO, I THINK V\JE BETTER HAVE CAUUI- FUOWER- JOHM SIMPLY PETeSTS CARROTS...yod BETTER ORDER SOME LAUNDRY SOAP-AMD DOI4T FORGET TO SEND IMOGENS TO THE OBMTlST...yeS, I'LL CALL YOU LATER, MOYH6R. FOR THE LOVE OF MIKE, IS SHE TALKING TO HER HOM& AGAIN ? A PERMANENT HOOtf-UP. ME AND THE 'PHONE COMPANY ARE KEEPING THAT HOME TOGETHER HER HEART'S IN HER WORM ALL RK3HT- 0UT THE WJORI AIN'T UERE WHV DONT SHE MOVE IN HERE, AN' AUU 7 RUNNING THE HOME VIA THE OFFICE TELEPHONE-THEV'UU DO IT EVERY TIME — THANX TO S.N.ROGERS C\TV. SOPHOMORE CLASS The Sophomores enjoyed a I is responsible for seeing that iall health and safety precau- |ti of the physical proper- the shop are . o delightful hard times P«ty m , tes d the local gymnasium Bennett and Donald were awarded best costumes. on the !the prescribed safetv regula- X^, 1 "^ Itions are observed \>y mem- O.UI111 , „_, _« 4.r-_ ~1r.c.r. "KTov*. iTraab* for thP foi the class have taken their first vo- I £3™ The decoration committee: Harold Merrill, Dorothy Andersen Catherine Murphy and Don Wallac^, decorated the with corn cabulary test. SECOND AND THIRD GRADE stalks leaves. and brightly colored Credit is due to Miss Shack- Mit\j\jmj i».i^ J-/ AHJ.I.VI.? \_J«v,nj-'*j ~- w •, i j The Second and Third graders'son and Mr. Tanner who led gave a very clever skit of" "The the group»m square dancing, Wizard of Oz". The children liave been listening to the story during their rest period. The de- of Cnster. 11KATKR—Coal or wood, will swap for little pigs or anything I can Helen Uispin, on US-31. mi. N. of Scottville RHODE ISLAND RED PULLETS—Will swap for Rrain. Rlvervlcw Hatchery, S, Main St., Scottville. WILL SWAP—Good work horse or potatoes for cattle or anything I can use. 1 mi. west of Wiley. Jno. Applctoii, R. 2, Scottville. WILL SWAP—Pullets, hay and straw for anything I can ii'ic. Also fnt sow for lirood sow. Mrs. Anna Weston, 1 mi. N. of Scottville. 1934 DODGE TRUCK—Will swap for team of hors-s, also cabbage will swap for anything I can use. Sam LiPuma, 1 mi. W. of Fountain. home. It comes in restaurants, In home on the street — while Hollywood goes on making pictures. And Hollywood goes on making- pictures just as your friend — and you and I, George — go on grand marching and modern dancing. The class caught kisses thrown from the of the class. Next week we will give you the duties of the foremans and the publicity manager. Our class has turned out shop Shall Have Music," featuring the problems of a children's musical oganization. The show promises to be excellent entertainment. The Scottville high school, under leadership of Maurice Styles, will present a | short interlude of band music j between shows. Tickets are now on sale from band mothers or members of the band. luncheon will be enjoyed and several birthdays will be celebrated. AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT acidity ?« -M,!' ™»v,foi ,n,H,HAv, m^»>, i the main problems before the In the mental division mem- , agriculture ci ass at the'pres- ent time. The boys have" sire to play the story was Kk f pfen stem received the prize brought to a peak when Connie f ^ h tne number of Tate brought masks of the dif- beans r in < a can. The enter- ferent characters. The charac- tainment cojnmittee.. consisted ters were very vivid and of vernon Rozelle, Gloria Hos- their conversation spontaneous I i efi Joseph Sincoff and Lloyd throughout the play. ' ' bers have constructed odd ashtrays, bon bqn dishes and even a flower sprinkler. In the drawing division the members have turned out nearly exact reproductions of drawings in the books and magazines. Some of the members, of the woodworking class are .making remarkable bows and arrows by purchasing kits for the In connection with the- Stephens Jr. dis-j The happy group was served cussion of safety for this month, 1 pumpkin ^and" apple pie and the children drew safety pictures during the art period. Several pictures showed the children's ability to grasp the meaning of several important safety rules. The children enjoyed two surprises this past week. Audrey writing. But the war is with us, Murphy treated the children to -.„• . .i.wn - - T-Jr\ llj-\»«tr\'rt»-» /ir*vi/NTr nv**3 TDn t p*r STATF. OF MICHIGAN, ORDER OF THE CONSERVATION COMMISSION i RACCOON—LOWER PENINSULA The Director of Conservation, having made a thorough Investigation relative to trapping of raccoon in the Lower Peninsula, recommends certain regula.- tlior.s. THEREFORE, tin- Conservation Com- ir.iibdJon by authority of Act 230, P. A. 1192S, hereby orders that for a period of (one year It shall be unlawful to trap raccoon In the Lower Peninsula north and the war is with Hollywood. Quebec lakes are being restocked 'by dropping small fish from airplanes. Oxygen is used to keep the fish alive 'while in the air. since the weight of water makes it undesirable as cargo. chocolate milk by the refreshment committee, Elsie Myers, Betty Blundell, Joy Loveland and Carol Heck. Much fun was enjoyed by the large grou'p during the evening. JEANNE CLAVEATJ, President. taken samples of soil and tested being to from what their soils need. Samples were taken from places that were marked upon maps (that Fountain Methodist Ladies' Aid society will, meet this afternoon, Oct. 25, with Mrs. William Goff, instead of Mrs. Harry Merritt as was announced last week. Young people who were home for the week-end were Misses Kathleen Gregory, who teaches in Muskegon; Mamie Schoenherr. student at Central State Teachers' colleee at Mt. Pleasant; Maxine Schoenherr of Ludington high school,, Ben Owen, principal at Stanwood consolidated school; Ford Bor- purpose. CORLISS KORTGE, Publicity manager. The BAND last few days have brought a thrilling climax to the magazine sale contest. As the boys enlarged from aerie erna from Paris, Edsel Hansen maps.) On these maps are : from Allendale, Ray Owen. listed crops, soil tests and kind [Principal of the village school I at Conkliri; Frank Borema, Senior and Henrv Schoenherr, Junior, of Ludington high school. The teacners named of soil. The boys' are looking into the matter of liming "as to cost, neutralizing nower and kinds of lime. Their main I will close their school purpose in doing this is to see I Oct. 25, and will attend „ if it pays to apply lime or not.! annual Michigan- Education as- Another question gradually j sociation which convenes at being brought into view is this | Grand Rapids on Oct. 26 and matter of fall plowing. The 27. Principal Harrv McPar- More than 50 different languages, exclusive of dialects, are said to be spoken within the i raccoon in tne ijower renmsuia north ~ . — ~r . ,*" , , — I of the north lino of T. io N. anci west of borders of Abyssinia. Hallowe'en candy and Patsy FSrris brought apples for each one. A Japanese garden, with fish pond and its tiny Japanese figures, is a great center of interest. Each child is watching to see the little plants grow out of the moss garden. FOURTH AND FIFTH GRADE We have planned our Hallo- we'en party, which will ,be held next Tuesday. The decorations, HANDY CHISELERS Last week we promised you more information in regards to have more than accom- advantages and disadvantages 'land, Mrs. Mary Neilsen and plished our set goal we feel are being sought and whether, Miss Catharine Wilson, Foun- extremely happy over the results. The total sales amounted to $75. Plans have not yet been made as how the money will be used, but in all probability it will be put towards th.e pur- or not one should fall plow. tain school teachers, wijl also DAVID REINOEHL. Custer The Brethren Ladies' Aid soci- ! son, returned attend the M. E. A. Mr. and Mrs. William Patter- ', son and son and daughter-in-/, , Mr. and Mrs. Gale Patter- 1 to Watervliet ' the pupil-personnel plan. The chase of a new baritone. The first thing I think you should know about is duties of each officer. The general superintendent, working under the direction of the instructor, attends to routine .details of the class management. The safety engineer also works under the direct super- Potawatomis, under the direction of Chief Murray Biegalle, were the victors, consequently Princess Norma Dodge and her Kickapoos are to furnish the winners with an evening of entertainment. You are cordially invited to attend the show sponsored by the Band Mothers' club of vision of the instructor. He Scottville. The show is "They ety will meet Thursday, Oct. 26, (Sunday morning after enjoy-'/' at the home of Mrs. Edwin Mohl-i ing a week's hunting *- 4<l - J ' ei for an all-day, meeting. The - - . . . _. meeting, which is usually held on Wednesday, will be held a day later because of the ladies being busy in preparing the father-son banquet this evening. The Myrna Rebekah lodge will hold its regular meeting Thursday evening, Oct. 26. This is a very important meeting and all are urged to attend. A potluck around Ford lake. The party „-, * was nicelv situated in a large 'jw house trailer which was parked^C'^ near the Reek' cottage. Pattersons were former dents here, owning the now owned by Sam Bau In the Ford Lake dial They left here 3C years a»$' p and find many changes in that time. \

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