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Tuesday Evening, December 17, 1957. Latest Market Reports RAILS NOT QUITTING Capital equipment outlay in '57 equals their top spending ever. I9«'47'48'«'SO'5I '5 1TEABIY DATA 0«toi I.CC; A.A.«. Moid, Kau PRODUCERS STOCKYARDS 190 to 210 19.00 190 to 230 No. 1 19-50 210 to 230 18.50 230 to 250 18.00 250 to 270 17-50 270 to 300 17.00 Sows '.. 15.00 down Boars 10.00-11.50 Stags 11.00-14.00 Third Street Market Veals .20 Three Drivers Fined in Court Three drivers were fined by Judge Harold Tuberty in city court Tuesday morning, while trial was set for a driver charged with speeding and judgment was withheld following trial of another motorist. James Hart, 22, of 1228 Wright street, was fined $15 and $14.75 costs for leaving the scene of an accident. It was discovered that he had no driver's license, and Judge Tuberty also suspended inis right to apply for a license for six months. Fined $1 and costs were James V. Carter, 39, route 2, Anderson, for improper passing, and Benny D'Andrea, 28, of 10J2 Erie avenue, for driving without an operator's license. Both fines were suspended. Wayne L. Voorhecs, 29, Bring- Lambs Veal Hides .IS .12 Beef Hides ., 05 Eggs .40 Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens « •!! Heavy Hens .18 • Hawkins Stockyards Meat type at>ove quotations 190 to 210 .................. 18.75 210 to 230 .................. 18-35 230 to 250 ..... ............... 17.85 250 to 270 .................. 17.35 270 to 300 .................. 16-85 Sows ................ ••• 15.50 down Boars ...~. ............. 10.00 down Stags ....... ........... . 10.00 down Veal ................. 19.00 Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens Heavy Hens .13 .18 CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 150,000 Ibs. TJSDA price changes: Young hen turkeys SB-SB'A; young toms 27-28. Cheese single 'daisies and longhorns 39^-40; processed loaf 3637; Swiss Grade A 43-45, B 41-43, C 39-41. Butter steady; 725,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 score 59%; 90 score 58%; 89 score 58. 7,000 46% mixed large extras 46; mediums 39; standards 4014; current receipts 39. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 6,000; steady to weak, 25 higher; 180-240 Ib 18.75-19.75; 240270 Ib 18.00-18.75; 270-300 Ib 17.00- One Injured In Collision A Peru resident suffered minor head injuries in an auto collision at 8:45 a.m. Tuesday on U.S. highway 24 seven miles east of Logansport at the Lewisburg road. Mrs. Bitlye J. Abad, Si, -wife of Air Force Major Anthony J. Abad, 221 East Main street, Peru, suffered cuts and scratches on her forehead and chin when her head struck the windshield of the Abad car, knocking it out. She was taken to the Bunker Hill air base hospital for treatment. David A. Hawkins, 21, of route 3, Peru, was headed west in a 1948 model sedan, followed by the 1855 model coach driven by Major Abad, 38, according to State Trooper Richard Keyes, who investigated. As Hawkins attempted to make a left turn onto the Lewisburg road the left rear of his car was struck by the Abad auto. Both Major Abad and his seven-year- old daughter escaped injury, as did the driver of the other car. Damage was estimated at $600 to the Abad car and $175 to the hurst, arrested Nov. 23 for driv- Hawkins auto. Trooper Keyes ing while under the influence, was tried and the judge withheld judgment following the testimony. John D. Hardin, 209 Thirteenth street, entered a plea of not guilty to speeding and his trial was scheduled /or Thursday, Also fined was Raymond Lohning, 20, of $15% North Third street, drew a fine of $10 and ?iS costs for putting glass on a highway. Three defendant^ were fined for public intoxication. Court Notes Florence Webster filed a complaint against George Hodson for partition of real estate Tuesday in the Cass circuit court. She asserts that she and the defendant own a house and lot in Galveston as tenants in common and that she has a judgment against the defendant for $3,843.28. She asks' that a commissioner be appointed to sell the real estate and that the amount owed her by the defendant be taken out of the proceeds. The suit was filed through the law firm of O'Neill and O'Neill. Eggs nervously' steady; cases; white large extras Mrs. Florence Crisman, 1436 Michigan avenue, asks divorce from Hal Crisman and their personal property in a suit filed in the Cass circuit court. She charges cruelty. The couple was married June 23, 1955, and separated Nov. 17, according to the complaint filed through the law firm of Miller, Babcock and Tolbert.' Mrs. Lois Dean, 825 North Sixth street, asks restoration oE her maid en name, Pope, in a suit for divorce from Wallace K. Dean in the Cass circuit court, charging cruelty. The couple was married May 4, 1956, and separated July 30, 1957, according to the complaint filed charged Hawkins with failure to signal a left turn. ' Deaths and Funerals THOMAS Funeral services for Wilkie N. Thomas, 82, of route 3, city, will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Fisher funeral home. The Rev. Raymond Echols wUl officiate. Burial will be in the Onward cemetery. FLEMING Final rites for Kenneth B. Fleming, 69, of Lake Cicott, will be at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Fisher funeral home, under the auspices oE Orient Masonic lodge 272. The Rev. Virdan Graham will officiate. The Brotherhood of Railrpad Trainmen will hold services at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Ml. Hope cemetery. FITZGERALD Last rites for Maurice Fitzgerald, 83, of 1406 Sm-ead street, were held Tuesday morning at St. Bridget's church, with Father Frances Meehan officiating. Burial was in St. Vincent's cemetery. MCMARLIN Fur.eral sei'vices for John R. MeMarlin, 48, of 1409 Liberty street, were held Tuesday afternoon at ihe McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home, with the Rev. J. E. Campbell officiating. Burial was in Mt, Hope cemetery, IATZ Final rites for Mrs. Minnie Latz, Roy Harvey Decker Succumbs at 54; Funeral on Friday Roy Harvey Decker, 54, of 2130 Jefferson street, died at 5:45 a.m. Tuesday at Memorial hospital, after suffering a heart attack. He was born in Cass county March G, 1903 to Charles E. and i ^ 0 '|°g 8 V South' Cicott street, were Barbara Harts Decker. In 1925 he married Velma F. Mills in Logansport. He was a member of the Market street Methodist church, Orient Masonic Lodge 272, Council, Chapter and Commandery, and the Knights of Pythias. An employee 'of the RBM company, he had been a foreman in department No. 22 for the past 24 years. Surviving are his wife,, two daughters, Mrs. Betty, J. Clayton, 2201 Jefferson street, and Mrs. Patricia A. Baker, 1300% Chicago street; two sons, Richard L., at home, and Charles E., 1213 Liberty street: three sisters, Mrs. Floyd Hayes, Mrs. Louis Darrah and! held Tuesday afternoon at the F.iiher funeral home, with the Rev. Kenneth Brady officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. ZEIDER Funeral services for Arnold W. Zeider, 50, of 812 WheaUand avenue, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. Paul Winder officiating. Burial will be in Davis cemetery. DECKER Last rites for Roy H. Decker, 54, of 2130 Jefferson street, will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the Fisher funeral home, under Hie auspices of Orient Masonic lodge 272 The Rev. H. H. Hashberger ROCHESTER Lions Club Gets $200 in Paper Sales The Christmas charity fund of the Rochester Lions Club is richer by $200 today after the ninth annual downtown newspaper sale staged Saturday. Beginning at noon and 'Continuing through the evening, Lions were stationed at various corners howking their papers to the hundreds of shoppers. Eluss Mueller was general chairman of the sale, with Charles rlauschke in charge of the public address system. Group captains were Ancil Beall, Si Deeb, George 3'Neill, Robert See, Clarence Shultz, and Joe Van Duyue. Proceeds from' the sale will go :oward making up Christmas baskets for needy families of the community. Club members expressed appreciation to citizens of the city and county for their generous sup- Mrs. Mabel Kader, and the father, L.^ O ffi c i a t e Burial will be in all of Red Wing, Minn.; and six| Mt H(>pe ceme t«ry. grandchildren. Three brothers preceded him ir.- death. Friends may call at the Fisher funeral home, where services will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday, under the auspices of the Orient Lodge, The Rev. H. H. Hashberger will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. 17.75; 130-160 Ib 16.25-17.75; 165 Ib I through the law firm of Miller, --. »- "Dolinr»/»t? vnA TVilhoTt "* 18.00. Cattle 2,200; calves 200; fully steady; choice steers 24.50-26.00; good and choice 23.75-24.25; good and low choice heifers 21.00-24.00; vealers steady; good and choice to 25.00-31.00; high choice 31.50. Sheep 1,000; mostly steady; good and choice- wooled lambs 21.00-2S.OO. and shorn Everett Keller, Delphi, Dies at 77 DELPHI—Everett L. Ktiler, 77, a lifetime resident of Carroll county, died at 6 a.m. Tuesday at the Goodwill Nursing Home in Camden. He had been ill five years. A retired carpenter, he was born Babcock and Tolbert. Car, Pickup Truck Damaged in Collision A car driven by Mrs. Rosemary Murphy, 41, of 1812 Jefferson street and a pickup truck operated by WELLS Funeral services for Mrs. Charlotte Anna Wells, 98, of route 4, city will be at 1:30 p..m. Thursday' at the Chase-Miller funeral home with the Rev. Harry Campbell officiating. Burial will be in Bethel cemetery. Flora Resident Found Dead in Bakery Shop PLOiRA-Stsfford Gilmore Bevr- ley was found dead in his bakery shop this morning after suffering Tuesday on East Market street, just west of Sixth street. Bauman was backing into a parking space on the north side Thomas Hess, High street road, oE the street wnen MrSi Murphy asks custody of their unborn child I passe d and the left front fender of Louis Bauman, 63, of route 3, were a cere bral hemorrhage. He was damaged in a collision at 9:35 a.m. 53| a resident of Flora the past 12 and certain personal property in a suit for divorce from Cora Belle Hess in circuit court, charging cruelty. They were married March 1, this year, and separated Dec. l'. Miller, Babcock and Tolbert are the attorneys for the plaintiff. 9 Walton Couple Hears Of Nephew's Death WALTON — Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Dutchess of Walton received word today of the death of their nephew, Russell Bishop, who. was born in here •""• age(J g ._ died - n Henry and Matilda Cripe Keller. In 1900 he married Laura Beatley, who.died in 1919. Surviving are a son, Henry, Delphi; a daughter, Mrs. Walter Stotts, Dayton, Ohio; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Patrick, RossviHe, Ind.; four grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Friends may call at the Eikenberry funeral home, where rites are pending. NIXON TO SPEAK NEW YORK (UP)—Vice President Richard M. Nixon will address the annual dinner of the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America here on Jan. 26, it was announced today. i Washington, D. C. where he lived. He was the son of Mrs. Edna Bishop, now of Indianapolis, and of the late Walter Bishop. Mr. Bishop is survived by his wife, four sisters and two brothers. Burial will be at Washington, D. C. Plan Yule Program At Lucerne School The public is invited to attend the annual Christmas program to be presented by the music department of the Lucerne school in the school gymnasium at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, it was announced Tuesday. The theme of the program will be, "The Spirit of Christmas." It will be presented in carols, scriptures, and tableaux by the entire student body. the car hooked the truck's front t>umper. BIRD ATTACK CONTINUES City employes continued the noise campaign to drive starlings from the downtown area Monday evening. The program directed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ended last Thursday and has been continued by the city in an effort to insure success of the project. 80 IN TEXAS NEW YORK (UP)—The highest reported temperature in the nation Monday was 80 degrees at Kingsville, Tex. The low reported this morning was 8 above at .International Falls, Minn. years, a father, of a Logansport woman. His body was found on the floor of the shop by Mrs. Ethel Dekker who had gone there for some donuts. Mr. Bewley was born in Cincin- natti on Dec. 25, 1903. His parents were Edward and Sarah Challie Bewley. He was married on Sept '6, 1924, to Elizabeth Robbins, who survives. Other survivors include three sons, Richard of Indianapolis; Wil. Ham E. in service at Montgomery, 'Ala, and Don at home; one daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Purdue of Logansport; four brothers, Laster of West Fork, Herman and Odies of Greensburg; and Nathan of South Bend; two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Hull, Greensburg, and Mrs. Anna Lofton, Brookville; and nine grandchildren. Arrangements are pending at the Leiter Funeral Home in Flora. Robert Peterson, Fulton County Auditor, has been elected new chairman of the Fulton County chapter of the Red Cross. Assisting Peterson will be Ancil Beall, vice chairman; Lynn Her, treasurer; Robert Foellinger, fund treasurer; and Mrs. Alpha Hoesel, Mrs. Clarence Mikesell, and Mrs. Clyde Castleman, directors. A large crowd filled Whitmer gym Sunday afternoon to hear the popular annual Christmas concert presented by the music and dramatic departments of Rochester High School. The program featured appropriate music by the girls' glee club, Hie combined chorus, and the Thespians' version of "Grand ma 'and the Mistletoe." Richard Molter and Clifford Kiehn are the choral and dramatic directors, respectively. • Accompanying at the piano for the various numbers were Karen Ferguson, Lanry Knauff, Sue Robbins, and Becky Van Lue. Sheriff Lawrence Noras has announced the release of three prisoners from Fulton Co. jail; Giles Calvin, Muskegon, Mich, and Glen Smith, Lansing, Mich, were removed to the boys' school in Lansing from which they had escaped >rior to their alleged looting sf :he Fred Mercer home near here; and Robert Church, 'Rochester, was sent to the Great Lakes Naval Training Center as a Naval Reservist. After approximately two months of investigation and rumors, the cause of death of Roy Hill, Rochester Woman's Club. "The Poet been listed as a blow on the head 'of undetermined origin." Following a public inquest on October 31, Dr. Howard Rowe, County Coroner, filed the verdict which closes the case. For the convenience of shoppers Rochester stores will remain open each night, beginning Monday, Dec. 16. Doors will close at 9 p.m. through Monday, December 23. Daisy Lightfoot, Jesse See, anc Merce! Wagoner, Rochester, anc Douglas Coplen, Tippecanoe, have been admitted to Woodlawn Hospital. "Dedicated to all those who were once children, and to- those who are young in heart" — this was tbe inscription on the book chosen by Mrs. Orbra Taylor to review Thursday afternoon .for the Rochester Woman's Club. "The poet of Christmas Eve" — a biography of Clement C. Moore — came alive for her audience as Mrs. Taylor described the author of "The Night Before Christmas" and his inspiration to write the poem for his nine children. She climaxed her review by showing a treasured collection of old-time colored slides depicting scene .in the poem, which the author, Samuel Patterson, loaned to the Woman's Club. The holiday atmosphere was further enchanced by music provided by Mrs, Don Pressel, talented vocalist, accompanied by Mrs. Kennelh Castleman. Mrs. Pressel sang "Cantique de Noel," "Silver Bells," and "The Night Before Christmas." During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. E. M. Wagoner, president, guests and newly-elected members were introduced. Mrs. Lyman Baker reported on the Forum on Education which a group of federated club members from ;he city attended in South Bend. Mrs. Wayne Atkinson, Mrs. Carl Hendricks, and Mrs. H. W. Sherrard, Sr. were elected as new members of the group. Mrs. Kerrnit Biddinger presided at the lace-covered serving table •which was gaily decorated in the Christmas motif. The hostess committee included Mrs. Paul Emerick, chairman, and Mrs. Kenneth Baldwin, Mrs. Biddinger, Mrs. Eldon Cessna, Mrs. George Hammond, Mrs. Conde Holloway, Mrs. Floyd Kindig, Mrs. Sam McDowell, Mrs. Fred Mitchell, Mrs. Lawrence Thomson, and Mrs. Marjorie Wagoner. Mrs. Gertrude Header was taken in a Foster-Good ambulance to the Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis for observation and treatment. Mrs. Eldon Cessna has returned from Elwood where she accompanied her daughter-in-law and granddaughter, Mrs. Jack Cessna and Vicki, of Montreal, Canada. Mrs. 'Cessna has spent the past •week here, and will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dooley, in Elwood. The Dooley's are former residents of Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Don Metzger and sons were dinner guests Friday evening of bis sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Renkenber- jer and son David, of Logansport. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Metzger and Fred Byers of Kewanna. The occasion celebrated the birthday of Mrs. David Metzer. Robert Burwell was removed "rom Woodlawn Hospital to his home Friday evening in the Foster- Good ambulance. Mrs. Burwell is principal of the Lincoln Junior- High School. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Stinson entertained Thursday evening with a lovely Christmas dinner and party in their home. Guests present were Dr. Stinson's office employees with their husbands or wives. The Logaraport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Fifteen Mrs. Porter Dies at Peru .PERU — Mrs. Bertha Troxell Porter, 14 N. Wayne street, died at 9:55 a.m. today at Dukes Hospital. She had been ill several years, hospitalized since Thanksgiving. She was 73. Mrs. Porter was born in Wabash on Nov. 8, 1884, by John and Elizabeth Amocher Troxel. She was married on June 12, 1807 to Ernest E. Porter, who survives. The couple celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary last June. Other survivors include three sons. Dr. Allen Porter, Peru; Harold. New Orleans; Dr. John Porter, Bloomington; five brothers, William of Elkhart, Carl of Everett, Wash., Walter of Berthold, N. D.; Dr. Oliver of Grecly. Colo.; and Luther of Urbana, Ind.; one son, two brothers, and three sisters are dead; six grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Eikenberry Fur.eral Home at 2 p.m. Thursday. Rev. Charles Kramer will officiate. Burial will be in Hopewcll cemetery, near Largo. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Porter was a member of the St. Paul BUG church, of Ladies Auxiliary of the .BOftC, and was active in several civic organizations. Culver session, refreshments wc.-e »crve<l by the hostess, Mrs. Listen berger, and Mrs. Jerry Jones. Work has begun on the Epploy theatre and auditorium at the academy. Mr. and Mrs. James Burkc'.t celebrated their golden wcddhg anniversary with a family dinner at their home Sunday. Culver high suhooVs '.("-voice choir will present its Chns'.tn.TS program in the Culver community building Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Tctz'.off of LaCrosse are the parents m" a son, born at tin Culver clinic on Dec. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Fir.nri are the parents of a son bcrn Saturday, Dec. 7 at Parkview hospital in Plymouth. Miss Bess Easterday had dinner guests on Sunday. They were William Easterday, Mrs. Clark Fi-r- rier, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferrior, all of Culver; and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Easterday of Logansport.- Fred Adams and Clarence F.P- ley spent a few days at Gettysburg, Pa. Mr. and .Mrs. E. C. Lewis ar.d Omer Lewis attended funeral services of Carl Anderson at South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Listonberscr, Louis 'Listenberger, 'Mr. p.p.ci Mrs. Oscar Booker were visitors Sim- day of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Booker Hibbard. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Enstertiay Warren were recently married in Phoenix, Ariz. St. Marys of the Lake church lield its Christmas party in the social rooms Sunday. A potluck supper will be served at 5:30 p.m., followed by dancing from 7-10 p.m. The Wide-Awake- class of the Methodist church will meet on Thursday, Dec. 19, in the fellowship hall of the church. Christmas baskets will be made. Members of the Altar Rosary Society of St. Marys of the Lake church met recently and installed new officers. They were Mrs. Robert Melton, president; Mrs. Milo Guise, vite president; Mrs. George 'Listenberger, secretary; and Mrs. Robert Kyle, treasurer. After a business are building a house on the cornor of Cass and Ohio streets. Mr. and Mrs. Russel McFarland were in South Bend on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar MikL'sell and children of South Bend spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mikcscll. Miss Fern Kes.;ler returned to Indianapolis affer visiting !ier mother who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. V;ance Albert moved from east of Hubbard to Culver. The Hibbard EUB^Aid met willi Mrs. Homer Albert on Thursday evening. WORLD FOOD SUPPLY WASHINGTON (UP)—The Agriculture Department reports that the world's food supply is "barc'.y keeping ' abreast" of the population- SALE CALENDAR Dec. 20—Wilco Farms Roy Grume, Auct. Jan. 15—Preston Tieman Bridge evening was spent socially. OK BUILDING Building permits were issued late Monday to Ralph Rammel, 87 Fourteenth street, for a $19,000 home in the Woodland Hills addition, east of the city on U.S. 24, and to W. C. Steele, 314 Wheatland avenue, for a $1,500 garage. CLEARANCE SPECIALS 7 Go. 2 x 6 welded wire mesh with angle supports. Both with slatted door, double hinged roof cap with roof ladder. 700 Bu. $218.00 1000 Bu. $300.00 MONTGOMERY WARD FARM STORE 504 North St. Phone 4T93 COMMISSIONER'S SALE REAL ESTATE -The undersigned Commissioner will sell the following described real estate:— • Tract A: Lots 124 and 125 in A. D. Toner's Second Addition to the Tow-n of Kewanna. Fulton County, Indiana, and Tract B. Lot 7 in Eli A. Troutman's Addition to the town of Kewanna, Fulton County, Indiana, on Friday, December 20th At 3 P. M. At A Room Located One Door West Of The Bank Bldg. In Kewanna. Indiana Tract A is located at the corner of Main Street and State Road 17. There is a brick residence on this lot; could make a good Filling Station site. Tract B is located South of the Main intersection of Kewanna, also on State Road 17 just South of the Standard Oil Filling' Station. There is a small frame residence on this lot. This property will be offered for sale at private sale for not less than the full appraised value thereof which appraisement can be obtained by contacting the Trust Department of The National Bank of Logansport. This sale will be made subject to the 1957 taxes payable in 1958. and subject to tenants rights. Purchaser will receive Commissioner's deed showing good merchantable title. Sale will be subject to the approval of the Fulton Circuit Court. TERMS: $300.00 down on day of sale and balance when deed and abstract are ready. The National Bank Of Logansport Commissioner Myers & Molique, Attorneys NOTICE OP ADMINISTRATION STATE OF INDIANA J 5 S3: COUNTT OF CASS ) No. 15243 IN THIS CASS CIRCUIT COURT NOVEMBER TERM, 1967. Notice Is hereby given that HENRY C. "WOI-/F was, on 5th day of December, 1957, appointed Administrator oC the estate of Kathryn J. Wolf, deceased. All persona liavlnff claims against said estate, -whether or not now due, must file the same in said court within six (6) months from the date of the first publication of tills notice or said claims will be forever barred. Dated at Loeanaport, Indiana, this 5th day of December. 1957. ELIZABETH BIEKER Cleric of the Circuit Court for Cass County, Indiana O'NTBILt. & O'NBIt.L ATTENTION ALL MILK PRODUCERS WOULD YOU LJKE $6.50 PerCW.T. FOR YOUR MILK? With your help it is possible COME TO NOBLE TWP. SCHOOL Decemer 19,1957 at 7:30 p. m. (REFRESHMENTS) YOU CAN WRITE YOUR OWN PROFIT MAKING WANT AD! CLIP AND MAIL TO PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS LOGANSPORT, INDIANA Please insert this Want Ad for days. 1 prefer to start my Want Ad on Write your ad in the spaces below. If you want your name and address in- cluded in the ad, WRITE THEM IN ALSO. Write only one word to a space. Please print. 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