Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 16, 1970 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, November 16, 1970
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There's Gold In Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM CARD OF THANKS Up to 20 words $2.00 All over 20 words 8c per word Per column inch $1.60 Additional insertions $1.40 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Classified displays taken until 9 O.m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a.m. on Saturday. Regular classified 'till 9:30 a.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 10 cents Three days, per word 24 cents Six days, per word 36 cents o • H-|6» Time* Herald, Carrftll, to. Monday, Nov. 16, 1970 Quick Crochet CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to everyone for all the cards, letters, calls and flowers; to the hospital staff for their care; anl to Father Sulkowski for his visits while I was hospitalized. Mrs. Dick Thompson 3-270-ltc CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to all my relatives, friends and neighbors for your prayers, cards, gifts, and visits while I was a patient in St. Anthony Hospital. Special thanks to Msgr. Ives, Father Lenz and Rev. Bostelmann for your blessings and visits; my doctors and the hospital staff for their care. Your thought- ifulness will always be remembered. William D. Lux 3-270-ltp Business Opportunities 5 CUT TKilS AD OUT! Male-Female Help 23 SKIP THE RESUME . . . We can get down to details later. Right now let's just talk. If you meet people easily and are willing to study and work for a five-figure income, our company will train you, pay you well while you are learning and guarantee progress that parallels your effort and ability. Let's talk it over, in confidence. For a confidential appointment, write: 1211, Storm Lake, la. 50588. Clair 0. Thompson, P.O. Box 1211, Storm Lake, Iowa 50588. 23--268-6tf! Sleeks Inches Off Printed Pattern Thif eon be fh* most Important advertUement ol your IHe — because it may change your economic picture liom "bleak"- to "bright". Owners who now service UII vending machines are growing from part-time to full-time operators with Company's ilnancing. As little as $600 to $1500 investment in UII profit producing vending machines can grow. Time requirement Is 6 to 8 hours per week along with a serviceable car. No personal sales calls. The machines do the selling for you. lust give good service! NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS division ol UII 1275 Profit Drive Dallas, T«xis 75247 1 in interested in mprt information about making money in the vendinE business. I have a car and 6-8 houri per week spire time. Q I can invest 1600 in • route, fj I cat! invert {1500 ill • rout*. Name— Mdr«n_ Cl»y Phone ( _Stet«_ Zip— When cold winds blow, be cuddled, cozy in this set. QUICKIES! Crochet fashionable, 6-ft. scarf, beret in openwork of worsted. Beret has contrast lining — wear set with panlsuits, coats. Pattern 7458: beret sizes S, M, L. FIFTY CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Alice Brooks c/o Carroll Daily Times Herald. Needlecraft Dept.. Box 163. Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern, Number. NEW 1971 Needlecraft Catalofl — more Instant fashions, knits, crochets, quilts, embroidery, gifts. 3 free patterns. 50 cents. NEW Complete Instant Gift Book — over 100 gifts for all occasions, ages. Crochet, tie dye, paint, decoupage, knit, sew, quilt — more. $1.00. Complete Afghan Book — fashions, pillows, gifts, more! $1.00. "16 Diffy Rugs" Book. 50 cents. Book of 12 Prize Afghans. 50 cents. Quilt Book 1 — 16 patterns. 50 cents. Museum Quilt Book 2 — patterns for 12 unique quilts. 50 cents. Book 3. "Quilts for Today's Living' 1 . 15 patterns. 50 cents. WANTED: NIGHT COOK, 4 to 11. Sunday cook, 7 to 3. Apply in person. Kountry Kitchen. 23-267-tfc LADIES - EARN OVER $100.00 weekly filling wig orders in your hometown. Write for FREE display wig kit. FASHIONS — Box 18841 — Philadelphia, Pa. 19119. 23-270-3tc MAN INTERESTED IN WORK a few hours daily. Contact Carroll Bowl. Phone 792-9332. 23-270-3tc Houses For Rent NORTHSIDE 3 BEDROOM home. Available Dec. 1. Call 792-4456 after 6 p.m. WANTED: LADY TO CARE for invalid in home. Part- time. Write Box Y, c/o Daily Times Herald. 23-269-3tc Business Services 14 NEVER SETTLE FOR SECOND BEST. Become associated with AVON as an AVON Representative. AVON, the world's largest and most respected cosmetic company. Call or write: Jane Whisler Box 1 87, Denison, Iowa Phone 263-5195 23-70-61C Salesman Wanted 25 ROOM MODERN FARM house, close. Write Box S. % Daily Times Herald. 64-268-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 (Times Hernld N^vv* Servlr.t) DKDHAM — The American Legion Auxiliary meeting was hold Monday evening at the Le- eion Hall in Dedham. Gifts were purchased for the Veterans Hospital Gift Shop in Des Moines ond will be on display at the Veterans potluck dinner. Cards of thanks were read from members and the unit's sponsored child at Glenwood. Colette Wiskus conducted the meeeting. Secretary Tillie Meiners read a bulletin on the Iowa Soldiers Home in Marshalltown. Mrs. Katherine Willenborg reported on the card committee. Alvina Schreck gave a reporl on new members who have joined the Auxiliary. They are Mrs. Ronald Von Bon, Mrs. Vir„, 97 n ,. [ gil Heithoff. Mrs. Paul Sporrer __°|and Mrs. Ronald Soppe. The mid-year conference will be 64 DOWNSTAIRS 2-BEDROOM. Tom Morrissey 792-9155. 65-268-3tp TWO BEDROOM DOWN- stairs apartment. Graham Apartments. 792-4122. held Nov. 22 and Nov. 23 at the Hotel Savery in Des Moines The next county meeting wil be held in Glidden Nov. 18. The president asked eacl member to bring their coffe strips to the next meeting. Th< second part of the by-laws were read and the Blue Book qui was held. The door prize wen to Emily Meiners. The anniversary song was 65-246-tfc i SU ng to Laura Klocke and Dorothy Irlbeck and the birthday Farms For Rent 68 FARM FOR RENT FOR CASH for 1970. Write Box F, Daily Times Herald. 68-268-3tp Used Cars & Trucks 71 1961 CHEV. IMPALA 4-DR. sport sedan. Local car, has only 22,500. You should look at this one even if you don't want to buy it now. McCarville & Son. 71-270-ltc Dept. 1984A Announcements 5-269-21C FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. Across street west of Safeway. Dial 792-2126. 14-259-tfc CARROLL HEALTH CENTER A Friedly Place To Live We invite your visit. 2241 N. West St. Phone 792-9284 6-;>69-7lc FALSTAFF THROW AWAY bottles. SPECIAL $1.59 - 12 pak. Pick up a case or two while this special is on. CHARLEY'S. 6-267-tfc FOR ALL CHAIN SAW SALES & SERVICE, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-290-ltc J & J ELECTRIC — FOR ALL your electrical needs — quick dependable service — 24 hr. emergency service. Free estimates. Call anytime 7923113. 14-82-tfc Texas Refinery Corp. offers opportunity for high income PLUS regular cash and vacation bonuses, abundant fringe benefits to mature man in Carroll area. Regardless of experience, air mail. Dr. B. J. Pate, Pres. Texas Refinery Corp. Box 711 Fort Worth, Texas 7611. 25-270-4lp Diagonal bands shape a dramatic, new close-to-the-body cling that sleeks inches off waist, hips. Have bands and scarf in tame or contrast color. Printed Pattern 9443: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16. 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 1% yard 45-inch fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Marian Martin, c/o Carroll Daily Times Herald Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York. N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER, NEW Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog. 114 dynamic designs. Free Pattern Coupon. 50 cents. INSTANT SEWING BOOK sew today, wear tomorrow. $1. INSTAKC FASHION BOOK — What-to-wear answer*, accessory, figure tips I Only $1. 1968 FORD WAGON. LOW miles & sharp, $1895. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-270-ltc song to Elizabeth Klocke. Plans were discussed for a Christmas party with potluck and $1 gift exchange at the Dec. 14 meeting. Lunch and entertainment were provided by the November committee. December committee will be Helen Knobbe, chairman; Ruth Schreck, co-chairman; and Mary Soppe, Lena Axman, Elizabeth Klocke, Kathy Sporrer, Helen Wiskus, Norma Anthofer, Gay Lynn Wiskus, Van Dora Klocke. 1948 CHEVROLET PICKUP. Dial 792-1650. 71-268-3tp 67 CHRYSLER NEW PORT 4-dr. sedan, power steering & brakes, factory air, near new rubber. Immaculate inside & out. 64 Dodge 440 4-dr. sedan, V-8, automatic, power steering, new brakes & rubber. Both local new car trade- ins. WITTROCK MOTORS. 71-268-tfc DISTINCTIVE ECONOMICAL printing. Stationery, letter heads, envelopes, invoices, receipts, statements. Prompt service at reasonable prices. Phone 3573, the Times Herald publishers and job printers your advantage. Phone 3573 Woodbine Woman Visits in Westside WESTSIDE - Mrs. Hugh Hanks of Woodbine visited Mrs Irene Schumann Saturday after noon. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. Verle Massman in eluded Mr. and Mrs. Mick Mas sman and family of Counci Bluffs. The dinner was in hon or of Mick Massman's birthday Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Yockej from Anthon were among Sun day dinner guests of Mr. am Mrs. Harry Backhaus and Mrs Virginia Yockey and family i honor of Ranae's eight birthday Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lueders visited in the home of Mr. and Royal Pair Crown Princess Michiko of Japan and her 1-year-old daughter Princess Mori sit together in garden of Tokyo's Togu Palace. In addition to performing official functions. Princess Michiko, 36, and mother of three, finds time to paint, play tennis, read and listen to music. * Crash (Continued From Page 1) 9 Highway Deaths Over the Weekend By Th« Associated Press Accidents on Iowa highway? iver the weekend took at least nine lives. A five-year-old Spirit Lakf girl died Sunday evening of in- liiries she received in an acci dent earlier in the morning al Sprit Lake. Authorities said Diane Miner was injured when she ran into the path of a car while she was returning home from Sunday school. In another accident Sunday, Lynn Meinders. 1.9, of Osage died in a one-car accident three miles north of Osage. Two passengers in his car were injured. Four persons died in separate accidents Saturday and three others were killed Friday night. Killed in the Saturday accidents were Mrs. William Lewis, 41, of North Sioux City, S.D.; Mrs. George Boeckman, 70, of Wavcrly; Mrs. James H. Sliced, 50. of Sioux City; and Willy H. Fokena, 17, of Clarksville. Mrs. Lewis was a passenger in a car driven by her husband who was listed in serious condition Sunday night at a Sioux City hospital. She was killed in a two-ear collision on Interstate 29 in Sioux City. The driver of the other car and three other passengers in the Lewis car also were injured. Mrs. Boeckmann also died in For Sale 55 Where To Go 17 Personals TEENAGERS Do your parents have a drinking problem? Join ALATEEN and meet others who share your problem — Learn about alcoholism as an illness. Meetings Tuesday — 7 P.M. HOLY SPIRIT SCHOOL VFW FEATHER PARTY Wed., Nov. 18 8 p.m. Members & Guests Farm Service 30 BEAUTIFUL CRISSY DOLL clothes. 792-4046. 55-270-3tp Auto Service 75 FREE - EXPENSIVE SAM- pie Wigs — Human Hair and Wash & Wear. Pay for styling ONLY. Write for FREE catalog while they last. Wig Styl- ling — Box 18841 — Philadelphia, Pa. 19119. 55-270-3tc SIOUX STORAGE AND DRI- All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 30-161-tfc Livestock For Sale 41 S.P.F. SPOTTED BOARS. State and nationally accredited. Herb Klocke, Templeton, Iowa. 41-270-3tp PIN OAKS 17-268-11 < CHESTER WHITE BOARS. Howard Copp & Sons, Glidden. 41-269-6tp FULLER BRUSH PRODUCTS — Christmas gifts & Household Mdse. Telephone or by Appointment. Otto Bluml, Dial 792-4536. 55-270-6tc HOULIHAN MOTOR SERVICE CENTER . . . Used Cars, Engines, Brake Service, Tune- ups, Carburetors, Mufflers and Exhaust Systems. Pickup and Delivery. Hwy. 71 S, Carroll, Phone 4980. 75-82-tfc Mrs. Lawrence Barge at Carroll, Neb., Wednesday. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barge. He had recently returned from Vietnam. newly elected state legislator, a >ast president of the Marshall alumni association and the university's dean of admissions. Eight married couples, parents of 24 children, were killed, teaches and some married players killed in the crash left S5 more children. Today and Tuesday were declared days of mourning on the. Marshall campus and throughout the city. Public offices and schools were closed. A special FBI disaster team began today the task of identifying the charred remains of the 75 victims, brought to a temporary morgue established in an airport hangar. "This town is dead," was the way one nurse described the grim silence that engulfed Huntington and the university campus. Memorial services were held throughout the weekend. At one service, about 400 students and -luntington citizens—some veeping and on their knees— a two car crash. The accident occurred on U.S. 218 about four miles north of Waverly. Mrs. Sneed was killed Saturday when her car hit a bridge railing on an overpass above Interstate 29 in Sioux City. Authorities said after the car hit the railing it flipped over. Fokena died in a similar accident when his car struck a bridge over the Shellrock River on a Butler County road near Waterloo. Richard John Lensing, 22, of Festina died Friday night when his car skidded on an icy bridge, went into a ditch and rolled over. The accident took place a quarter mile east of Fort Atkinson on Highway 24. In other accidents Friday night, C. Kenneth Moe, 40, of Sioux City, died when his car hit a bridge railing on U.S. 75 in Sioux City and Lynn Naber, 25, of rural Northwood was killed when his car left the road SAVE MONEY! SAVE TIME! Keep your car on the road. A complete line of automotive parts to do just that at PETERS MOTORS, INC. 75-229-ltc CLEAN CARPETS THE SAVE and safe way with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-270-ltc For Rent 57 FURNISHED CABIN. 635 WEST 2nd. 57-270-6tp Instruction 13 TRAIN TO BE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Learn to operate Bulldozers, Draglines, Cranes, Scrapers, Loaders, Trenchers, eti;. Study at home followed by resident training at our modern facility in Miami, Fla. A High-paid ca- rer is open to ambitious men. APPROVED FOR VETERANS UNIVERSAL HEAVY CONSTRUCTION SCHOOLS Dept. No. 1041 Suite 130C, '-'01 W. Burnsville Crusstown Burnsville, Minn. 55378 or phone ((512) 8UO-8-1S4 13-'2-HS-ltc See: THE PRIME OF MISSJEANBRODIE by Jay Presson Allen, adapted from the novel by Muriel Spark. Fri. & Sat. NOV. 20 & 21 8:00 P.M. CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL For tickets write: Carroll High School, c/o Drama Dept. Adults $1.25—Students 50c 17-267-4tc NATIONAL ACCREDITED SPF Chester White boars, also Spotted boars. Charles Nissen, Manning, Iowa. 653-9221. 41-286-6tc FOUR LARGE GROWTHY Hampshire spring boars. Bargain prices. IVz mi. South of Auburn on Highway 71. 41-268-3tc NATIONALLY ACCREDITED SPF Purebred Hampshire boars. Serviceable age. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 41-203-50tc Wanted To Rent 58 WANTED TO RENT: GA rage in vicinity of 10th & Simon. Call after 5. 792-4910. 58-268-6tp Good Things To Eat 18 EAT OUT OFTEN MONDAYS Cr TUESDAYS Chicken Dinner — FRIDAYS Chicken Fried Steak or Fish Dinner. $1 $1 $135 P.B. DUROC, SPOTS AND Hamp. boars. Will deliver. Vern Reiman, 7 mi. North, Auburn, Iowa. 688-7751. 41-261-tfc HAMPSHIRE MALE HOG, good quality, reasonably priced. Don Tigges, Dial 7929061. 41-269-Gtc WANTED TO RENT: 3 OR 4 bedroom modern home in Carroll. Gene Reimers of Herman-Reimers Ford Co. Write Box A, Daily Times Herald. 58-265-6tc Houses For Sale 63 Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed and Auction Sales All types of auctions will be run in this Auction Calendar FREE if we have the advertising copy of your ad in our office. EVERY THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sale Co., Carroll, Iowa. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19— John Werner, Sr. Estate, 2 Carroll County Farms, 1 :30 p.m. 160 acres and 120 acres Family Attends Omaha Baptismal (Times Herald News Service) WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott, Joel and Jeanna and Mrs. Gladys Hawks attended the baptism of Shana Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Olson, Sunday at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Scott were sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Rinold Gerdes and Trent, and Kent Winterberg of Applington were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the G. B. Gerdes home. That afternoon they visited with Mrs. Berl R. Gerdes at the Manning hospital. Sunday evening callers in the Harvey Reiter home were Henry Horst Jr. and Don Pott- off of the National Guard. Ed Wolterman returned home Saturday after spending a week to be sold in separate parcels, in the Manning General Hospi- Located 2 miles south, one mile west and Vz mile south of Dedham, la. Wieland (j McCarville, auctioneers. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20— 1 p.m. Dick Northup complete closing out Farm Sale. From north edge of Audubon, 3 miles north, 1 mile east, 1 mile north and 2 miles east. Dave Kerkhoff and Don Randolph, Aucts. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 — TO FINANCE THE HOME OF your choice, see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 63-29-tfc YOU HAVEN'T BEGUN TO read today's paper until you have read every ad on this page. SATURDAYS Smorgasbord Chicken to eat in or take out plus a complete menu to choose from. GLIDDEN CAFE (Downtown tilldden) ATTENTION BUILDING CON- tractors. See us for your temporary, on the job heating requirements. All types of portable heaters for rent or sale. Call GREAT PLAINS GAS. Phone 792-9617. 47-270-lltc EXCELLENT NORTHSIDE LOCATION, a three-year-old 3- bedroom ranch with large kitchen on front, bath with shower, full basement with shower, stool & lavetory, fully enclosed back yard. $19,500. For more particulars on this and other listings, see or call JOHN GNAM REALTY, 7923815. Office in the Thomas Plaza. 63-270-2tc Houses For Rent 64 HOUSE, NORTH SIDE. DIAL 792-4234 Mrs. Frank Kruse estate of 284 acres at public auction one mile East, 2'/z miles North and 1 mile East of Auburn beginning at 1 P.M. Jeff Staton, auctioneer. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 1 :30 p.m. House and large lot at 424 South Walnut St., owned by Carroll County. Also household goods of Broich Estate. Wieland Aucts. & McCarville, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30— Complete closing out farm sale. Mike Schaffer, 6 miles south of Carroll on Hwy. 71 and 3 /4 mile east. 1 p.m. Wieland and McCarville, auctioneers. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6— George Ketpman complete closing out farm sale located from Templeton west, and 1 '/* mile south, north, or from Manning 4 miles east and '/north. Dave Kerkhoff and Gar Rupiper, auctioneers, J. Sonkscns Visit Manning Relatives (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs Joe Sonksen of Sioux Citj visited Sunday with Manninj 'elatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Enen jach of Omaha were Tuesdaj dinner guests in the John Frahm home in observance o Mr. Frahm's birthday. The Rev and Mrs. Robert Rushing anc Mrs. Ray Pratt attended a meeting of the Northwest Iowa Presbytery at Glidden on Nov. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Hargens and daughters of Perry were Wednesday evening guests in the H. C. Otto home. Mr. Otto had just returned from a two week confinement at Manning General Hospital following an accident which occurred when he was delivering some farm >ang an African hymn, "Some- >ne's singing, Lord, kumbaya Someone's hurting, Lord, kumbaya . .. Someone's pray- ng, Lord, kumbaya/' About 7,000, including West Virginia Gov. Arch A. Moore Jr., attended a Sunday night memorial service in the Marshall field house. Calling the football players 'beautiful young people," Moore said, "These young people were our lives and we had looked to them for a future." At a makeshift infirmary set up in another campus building, student friends of the crash victims were treated for shock. The crash occurred about 7:40 p.m., after the DC9 clipped the tops of trees about 75 feet tall on a ridge some 100 feet higher than the airport runway. 'The airplane was shedding parts from the first impact," Reed said. "Ten feet higher and he would have made it. That's all he needed." He said that 90 seconds before it crashed the plane was on target for a safe landing, lie added that the pilot never reported any trouble in conversation with the Tri-State control tower. • Soviets (Continued From Page 1) in Nortihwood, hit a driveway embankment and rolled over. * Pope (Continued From Page 1) machinery to Zinke i'arm. the Clarence that section of the world. The British, once predominant in this power arena, are not expected to play a major role, although the new conservative government of Edward Heath has reversed Labor's policy of militarily abandoning the area known as "east of Suez." Washington's opinion about the grand Soviet intention is divided. Some say naval "gunboat diplomacy" means nothing in the nuclear age. Others disagree, saying unless the United States acts, the Soviets will gain powerful and, potentially dangerous leverage in the area. Both camps do agree, though, that a primary Moscow objective—short term and possible- is to reopen the Suez Canal, the best sea approach for Soviet influence. control means—rather than an attempt to influence FAO. FAO publicly supports artificial means, the Pope only natural means—the rhythm method. The Pope's call for technological and social progress appeared to reaffirm his urging to scientists in his birth control encyclical, "Humanae Vitae," to develop a birth control method of which the Church could approve. The Pope spoke on the occasion of the 25th anniversary ,of the Rome-based FAO, tjie U.N.'s largest specialized agency. Quoting his 1967 encyclical Populorum Progressio, he told FAO that when so many people are hungry, destitute and "steeped in ignorance ... all expenditures prompted by motives of national or personal ostentation, every debilitating armaments race, becomes an intolerable scandal." He cited Dr. Norman Borlaujg, the American scientist who wpn this year's Nobel Peace Prize for his agricultural work, and said: "If all men of good will" would work together for pcacp, "the tragic temptation to resort to violence could then be overcome." The conference commemorated the 25th anniversary of FAO, the largest specialized agency of the United Nations. The Pope delivered his speech in person, speaking in French, to the delegates in the plenary hall of FAO's headquarters, which Mussolini built for his colonial ministry. In a new papal theme, he pleaded for steps to curb pollution of "the air we breathe, the water we drink" and for the prevention of a veritable ecological catastrophe." USE ROADS LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) All of the miles of interstate highway allotted to Kentucky are now either open to traffic, under construction o/ in the design itage.

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