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Instruction —18 For 3 Weeks Only $25.00 Sewing Course for $15.00 Singer Sewing Center 133 S. Mam General Services —29 DOES YODIi sTLcT nced"rei>W~5r~"re"- Be In Otlitwa Next week. . Kansas Silo Repair Co., pho. CH 2-3272 (The Silo Man). Phone CH 2-26071 16 Nurseries — Seeds — Plants —16 Jt)R SALS—Strawberry plants: T>unlop- Robiion, J1.50 per hundred. CH 2-54M). 1028 N'._Ce(tar. _ ITRAWBEP.RY pianistSenaTbr DunTarT 12.00 per hundred. A. F. L«w|g, Brick house west of old County Farm. Men Wanted —19 JSJErTlv-ANTBD~to M e evergreens every man Ma onporlunlty to e bonus. Apply In person at office, 5th i and Cherry, after 5 p. m. Willis Nur- Livestock —34 fSOTfa liTgTueT^d F5iTe3—ReTc76?3 bulls. Walter Anderron, 6 miles south Scrnnton. ErogsTtTrrifty plg«, $18 each. 4 miles east, IV, south Rock Crtek. Date iSelgler. ANGUS hull ami Land race boafi Hotfi purebred. James Kucser, nichmond, phone TE 5-3697. Farm Equipment —35 H, P. riding garden tractor, complete tillage and mowing equipment. 1155 N. Cherry. FOR BAlS:—30-ft. Mulcfily hay A grain eltvatcr with 8-ft. feeder trough, $200.00. C. R. Frleden, Pomona, _ _ __ OP P bRTUNItY~f6r married man. JT^o 1 3B. with car tn take over local established rnitc. Must ha' r <» co^rt references find anncaranre. If nuallfled can guarantee Sinn per week tn start. Contact VY. Westervelt rt North American Hotel Wednesday, April 21 at 7:nnl r>. m.. fnr Interview "SENSATTONAT, NEW PROHTTCT —DISTRIBUTORS WANTED— Investments ci>n h« tripled nnnu-'ly r'nc. to entire!" rtlf'orent Bnnr'v'h (n Factory personnel establishes business for you and train you In follow- up. No sales force reeded. We furnish evcrjthlnp; to asure highest returns. Does not Interfere with your present business or occupation. For additional Information, please write Clement Manufacturing Co.. 1127 S. Noland, Independence, Missouri, See UNITED ELECTRONICS Laboratories "OPPORTUNITY" ad under "INSTRUCTIONS" in this paper. Used Machinery Buys 2-Row Allis-Chalmers Rotary Moldboard Lister, near new, 2-Row Oliver Tractor Planter, pull type with Fertilizer. 2 and 4-Row Dempster loose ground Lister, new. Several good used "66" All-Crop. Four good used WD45 Tractors. McCONNELL Mach. Co. Wellsviilc Phone TU 3-6000 Apprentice Printer Wanted Opening for young man, 17-24, to learn Printing trade under established apprenticeship program. Excellent working conditions and benefits. Only interested in men seeking permanent employment. Inquire Kansas State Employment Service 117 E. 2nd Street Women Wanted —24 WAITRESS — Evening shift. L&L Cafe. WAITRESL'-Apply In person only. 50-59 Grill. Seeds, Feeds, Pert. —36 PIONEE1R hybrid seed corn; Maize need. H mile N. Appanoose High School, W. John Berner, Pioneer seed corn. Milo. .Harry Funk, Homewood, Kans. Phone W/lliam&burg, 3466 iVIisc. For Sale —40 —49-A Appliances JuiTReceiverj1 — ly new AUTOMATIC WASHER, perfect condition. Beautiful finish. Guaranteed 90 days. ONLY $129.95 or $5 down and $7.00 per month. One nearly new electric CLOTHES DRYER. Has dial control. Handy nylon lint filter. Child-safe door. Perfect condition and exceptionally nice finish. Sold new for $229- Buy now for balance on account of $148.00 or pay $7.50 down and $7.50 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Dogs, Pets, Rabbits —53 Giant cTnKchlilft"'rabblK: S week* old. Phone CH 2-2888. dooms For Rent —60 rooms clone in. 122 W. Ji-d.~ Si.E&P'G room, prlvatoTiaTli. CVT SLEEP 1NO room*. S3So Poplar. CH 2-2MB. Unfurn. Apartments —64 FIRST-FLOOR apartment, B12 S. Cedar. Unfurntat ed. liNFU'KNISMED f Frsi-Tloor " "a'pn'rinienT completely redecorated, close down town. Call CH 2-1253 or CH 2-iH6. Furn. Apartments —65 2 AND 1 ROOMS — CHJ-171L LARGE APARTMENT, private" bath CH _2-J733. ___ _ II ROOMS," private, 1410 S".~Main.~T:h'- qulrq 633 Willow. __ _ __ _ 4-RbOM apartment, private ly redecorated, above Stafford'*. 3~ROOMST~or~»ioepl7iE rooms"; utTlltici poltl. jCH 2-3013. 3-ROOM downstalis, private 6af paid, Cal vale entrance, utilities _CH 2-210t_of CH 2-5232. •ROOM apartment, newly decorated Blond mulching furniture, wall-to-wal carpet, laundry facilities, utilities paid. Phone CH 2-2101 or CH 2-3201. Houses For Rent —66 4-ROOM modern CH 2-1B01. ~hou«c, adults only. FOR RENT — 6 rooms. utiTlty~rooro, sleeping porch, floor [urnaco, ha.ic inrnt, double garage. Write Box H-4), Ottawa Herald. SjODERN. 3 bedrooms, DTFcTT'kiTclicrT Jlvng room, remodeled and decorat ed, hardwood floors. CH 2-2406 or CH 2-2621. HEAVY steel clothesline posts and steel gates. 612 N. Mulberry. ROTO-TJLLBR garden tractor, practically new. W. C. Brauer, 842 W. 15th. BLUE Ballerina formal, size HT purchased 1958, like new, $11. CH 2-2685. FOR SALE—Hand embroidered pillow"- caKcs. Mr*. Hcrty Stern, 1031 N. Poplar. MAKE 7HE TEBTT~}'OU')1 llko It best. Get Glaxo Asphalt Tile Coating at Mnlott Hardware. REPOSSESSED Desk ModeK Save {80 Will deliver and demonstrate, singer Sewing Center, 13.1 S. Main, phone CH 2-2607. 18" Wizard, 4-cyde Clinton" Engine, $14.95. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main 18" Bolerw, 4-cycle Clinton Engine, good condition, runs like new, $24.95. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main SPLIT-LEVEL home, 3-6e3robm, utility 1V4 baths, college location. CH 2-10tb after 5:30 p. m. FOR RENT 6rT~8ALE — Furnished ~4 rooms and bath upstairs, and unfurn toned 4 rooms and bath downstairs. Utilities paid. Phone CH 2-5691 or 606 Mnple; ATTENTION, Renters — I have a 2- bedroom, modern, Insulated home at 734 S. Cherry, for sale for $2,700.00. Small ncwn payment will handle. Lor- C'n_McCuidy,_CH_2-55S3. ^OR "SALE—House" and 3 lolsT'TnPo~ mona, 4 rooms and % bath. 114 block? South of the bank. Being sold to settle estate. Phone 16 In Pomona or CH 2-3775 In Ottawa for showing or for further Information. _ "Suburban, close in, 3 BedF. plus BABY SITTER wanted to sit In my home. 8 to 4. SOS Tremont. WOMEN to take names for new City Directory. Must be eood spellers and plain writers. Walking required. Apply in i.erson Tuesday after 11:00 a. m., or Wednesday—City Directory office. 320'4 S. Main. General Services -29 LIGHT HAULING, Trash — CH 2-2585. GENERAL Light Hauling — CH51424T IRONINGS WANTED — NTliie DealT CH 2-4261. WANTED—Ironing to do In my home. Phone CH 2-5221. EAVES gutter, forced air heating. Meade. CH 2-3508. ETAWNS to mow. Phone CH 2-3388. ron Blunk at Rayburn's. EBX5 Ira Sporting Goods My- ANIMALS removed. Standard Rendering Co. Call collect Otttwa— CH 2-1064. WE DO services, belts, buckles, buttons, buttonholes, civ.. Singer Sewing Center, 133 S. Main, phone CH 2-2607. HENRY ALBAN — Hydiaulic Jack ier- vice, small engine repair. New »nd used Jacks tor sale. 715 Willow. WALLPAPER removed by iteam. Painting, papering. Conrad's Spray, Painters and Decorators. Phone CH 2-J268 POULTRY processing same location, rear entrance. Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings. Antone Pioduce, 413 S. Main. 5.ERIAL~Spraylng—For information and estimates contact Chuck LeMastcr, phone CH 2-2846. LeMaster Spraying, Inc. COMPLETE LAWN care, hauling. Renegade Lawn Service, CH 2-3644. ' Bring in your Old Paint for free shaking in cur new paint shaker at GAMBLES. 128 S. Main. McCRACKEN ELECTRIC CH 2-3254 WIRING CH 2-4930 Brand New GE Swivel Top CLEANERS Complete with attachments. MACK Electric 330 S. Main CH 2-2263 24" POWER MOWSR, 4-cycle Clinton engine, good condition, controls on handle, $29.95. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Crushed Rock For Driveways All Sizes. Government approved lime. Stockpile for immediate delivery Edwin Moler CH 2-3112 —42 NEW 40 It. p. Bcott outboard motor, with all controls. Will sell at cost. Call CH 2-M01 during day or CH 2-3201 after 5:00. OJl SALE—New 40 h. p. Scott-Atwatcr electric st'irter, outboard motor, sacrifice price. See at Douglas Brothers, Fiist at Main. Home Furnishings —48 I'OR SALE — S-pleci dinette set, solid oak. Phone CH 2-30S5. MODEKN Bullt-ina — cabinet and counter; refrigerator; living room suite. Phone CH 2-3S28. 743 S. Main. Four exceptionally nice SOFA BEDS. Your choice ONLY $24.95. $2.50 down and $5 each month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Just Received — 2-pc. SOFA" BED SET, 1007o wool frieze cover. Famous "Mastercraff," brand. ONLY $39.95 or $4.00 down and $5.00 ea. month. GAMBLES, 128 S. Main Colby's Warehouse SOFA BED SALE. Buy any Sofa Bed at Regular price of $99.95 and get 3 tables, 2 lamps and 2 Throw Rugs FREE. COLBY'S WAREHOUSE 124 S. Main Homes For Sale —70 For Rent Farms, Acreages —78 OR R'BWt—Pasliiro "for" '<T6r~ 8 oalvos,' _cio«a in. Call CH s-2385 evening*. Loana on Real Estate —80 BT5KBY to Loan Vh7 cB i-»M"15 Used Autos for Sain — 88 tloned, complete equipment. 1021 Cntlamvcioil. Bee at nearly now tlie». Jack Corwlno, phono W«ll«vllle TU 3-6023. • ""~ very good mechanical condition. See at 430 S. Cherry or call. CH VM08D. THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 1957 Ford '^-Ton Pickup, nice. $200 under book value. H. D. SMITH USED CARS 1150 N. Main See us for Clean Cars at Bargain Prices. H. D. SMITH USED CARS 1130 N. Mam Since 1932 A"NTCE~BUY 1955 Ford Custom V-8 Tudor $75 H. D. SMITH USED CARS 1130 N. Main Looking For A Good Used Car? RAY'S AUTO SALES We have a good selection of Sharp Used Cars. RAY CARTER THE HOUSE OF BARGAINS 426 N. MAIN CH 2-4277 Price Motors, Authorized FORD Dealer '49 Chev. Tudor, R&H. '51 Dodge Coupe, R&H. '52 Studebaker Fordor, R&H. '53 Ford Fordor, F'Matic, T-glass. '53 Cad. Fordor, extra nice. '55 Chev. Fordor, P.O., clean. 54 Olds "B8" Fordor, P.B., P.S. '54 Pont. Hardtop, Hydramatic. 7»5 Ply. Fordor., Pr-Flite, good. '55 Ford Tudor, 6-cyl., OK. '55 Ford Fordor, 8-cyl., Std. trans. '55 Ford Fordor, F-MaUc, nice- '56 Ford Fordor, 8-cyl., good one. '57 Chrysler Fordor Hardtop. '57 Ford Rancher. Clean. '58 Ford Fordor, air-cond. Slick. '54 Ford 8-cyl. Pickup. Good one. '47 International Pickup. Solid. Price Used Car Lot Goo. Wiggins, Lot Manager 41fi N. Main Phone CH 2-4358 sleep porch, Large Liv. Rm. Full Basement, IVz bath. Garage. $550 Down $75.00 per mo. A! Williams Masonic Bldg. INSURANCE Ph. CH 2-1167 REAL ESTATE 9 Rooms, 5 rooms and bath down; 4 rooms and bath up, well arranged for duplex, close in, Minnick Motor Co. 1ST CHOICE USED CARS '50 Ply. 4-Dr. V8, P-Flite. '5V D'dge 2-dr. Lane. V8, R-H, PF '57 Ford 4-Dr. V8 Station Wagon. '57 Ply. 4-Dr. V8, R-H, Pr-Flite. '57 Chev. 4-Dr. V8, Pr.Glide. '56 Pontiac 2-Dr. Calalina, Hydra west side, ideal for income, or , M ^iw* 2Dr. Spec. V8, Dynaflo home and income. Immediate pos- .f 5 £ofce 2-dr. H p, V8 R-H, PF, session. $7,500.00. .55 Buick Cent 4-Dr. HT, PS, Dy 55 Plymouth 4-Dr. V8, R-H. '55 Chev. B-A 4Dr., R&H, P-Glidc '54 Buick 4Dr. V8 Wagon, Dyna. Weien Real Estate J12 East 2nd CH 2-300(i Wanted—Reliable party to take over payments on nearly new HIDE-A-BED. Heavy 100% nylon cover. Clean as new. Shows abso- wheat. 2~ stocked" ponds'. Less Than lutely no wear. All-steel construe- Extra nice 6-room modern cottage, 2 bedrooms plus paneled den, full basement, newly decorated, close to stores, church and school. Immediate poss, $8,500.00. Luther Stevens REAL ESTATE 407 S._Main CH 1 2-4493__ 3-Bedroom cottage, South Locust, oak floors, living and dining, bath, basement, garage low taxes, near High and Field schools. $10,000. 4-Bedroom ranch style, South Main, fireplace, attached garage, part basement, sell or trade for small farm. 3 - Bedroom bungalow, North side, on bus line, near grocery, full basement, gas furnace, insulated, roof and paint good, garage, 2 lots, taxes $121.00. Possession now. $9,500. Terms. 259 Acres, 6 miles SE Ottawa, 1 mile off Highway, like new strictly modern house, natural pas, part creek bottom, plow land, ',14 Dodge 4-Dr. VS, R-H, P-Flitc. '53 Ford 2-Dr. Six, RH. '52 Dodge & Stude. 4Door. '50 Dodge, Chev., Olds V8, Ford. '51 and '53 Chev. Vi-Ton Pickups. Imperial Dodge Chrysler Plymouth 201-15 S. Hickory Ph. CH 2-5600 MOORE CHEV - OLDS We Rent Cars tion. Converts from sofa into full size bed with innerspring mattress. Sells new for ?239.95. Buy now for balance on account of $119.00. Pay $13.00 past due, then $6.50 each month. Free delivery. GAMBLES ,128 S. Main when you need SERVICE your best bet WARDS phone . . . CH 2-1770 all brands — Kitchen appliances, TV, radio, sewing machines, gas engines & Refrigeration SERVICE WARRANTY parts in stock. Just Received — Nearly new 2-pc. LIVING ROOM SUITE. Customer purchased from our competitor less than 9 months ago. Nice modern styling. Reversible cushions. Cover worn completely through on arms. This set would be perfect for slip covering. Sold new for well ovc-r $200.00. NOW ONLY $19.95 or $2.00 down and $5.00 each month. Free delivery. GAMBLES, 128 S. Mam $100 acre — trade for house in Ottawa. 160 acres NW Ottawa, 25 plow land, balance pasture, good fences, large pond, rock road, $14,000. Low down payment owner carry balance. Hayden Turner REAL ESTATE 1224 College CH 2-3863 Music and Radio —19 U PRTGHT Piano, "overhiuTe d "an d tun erf, $45 00. 1346 S. Poplar. Appliances -49-A LAST 2 WEEKS—New vacuum cleaner $40.50 complete with attachments. Will deliver and demonstrate. Save J30.no on upright. Singer fsewlng Center, lull 8. Main. CH 2-S60T. Phone CH 2-4700 WANTED — Someone to start payments on a new 1959 Wizard 17-ft. FREEZER. $249.95, $10 down, $3 week. Food protection policy and 5-year guarantee. WESTERN AUTO, CH 2-3969 For Sale -72 CHOICE residential lota. Phone CH nor CH 2-2101. ReaJJtetafe .__ FOR SALE OR TRACE— —• 5,000 first moitgage on Improver! 80 acre farrt', pays $50 month, 6">> Interest, for down payment on 7 or 5-bedroom haust:. Prefer Noith Ottawa. Write Box E-4». c-o Herald. Mobile Homes —84 30-Ft., Late Model Commodore with Youngstown kitchen, bathtub, tandem wheels, full price $1895.00. $200.00 down. Other new and used mobile homesi low down payments and up to 72 months to pay. TODD Trailer Sales Ottawa Lawrence Emporia SALE DATES Jack Nelson Phone 4-F-43, Pomona. Kns. Ovarbrook LlveitocK 8M« «v»r» TTtd aeiday at Over brook. Albert Stewart & Son Farm Rt. 2, Ottawt Albert, CH 2-1842 Harold. CH 2-4836 April 23 — Holsteln Grade "A" Dairy i Held Bale, Frarklln County Sale Co.. Wilson i Locust; Flstier Bros, and C. B. Uutell, Owners. i A]jr. 28—Franklin County Sales Co., Wll-! son & Locust Sis.. Ottawa, Kr.s. | Apr. 30—Special uonslRnment, Evening Horse sain at Franklin County Kales Co., Wilson & Locust Sis. May 2—Franklin County Sales Co., Wll- Eon & Locust Sis.. OUnwu. Kr.s. Vay 2—Franklin County Sales Co.. Witson & Locust Sts,, Ottawa, Kansas. May 5 — Gigantic Auction, clcclnc equipment, tools nnd ml-.c. Starts flt30 a.m. 12(4 S. Main, B E E T, L E B A I L 1 E S L I M* J A C I C K T R A C Y M O O N M U L L 1 I N S D O N A L D D U C K G A S A L L E Y Ben Printy CH 2-1974 Printy & Son "Cap" CH 2-1201 Lommunuy sal* ftrr Tbum my oifm. HP' N Mnln Apr. 22— AlhrlRht Sewing Circle, 211 S. Main. 10 a m., 2 p. m , iind 7 p. m. April 28— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hi 1- brant. 125 S. Locust, household goods, 1 p. m. Gordon James Phone Feed Store - CH 2-5596 Home - CH 2-1460 Ottawa Market Sale, i mile can on Wilson, every Salurdav afternoon April 21 — Minnie E. Sowers Estate. George Ro.vers. Adr.-i., 1 mile north of Ottawa. Kns., 3'/s went, 61-acre f.irm and miscellaneous at 1:00 o'clock. Auctioneers Complete Auction Service Don Drum — Merle Burgess Auctioneers Ph. Westphalia 1 F-3 Overbrook MO 5-3341 No Sale too large to handle, or to imall to appreciate April 21 — Mlnr.ie E. Sowers Estate. George Sowers, Adm., l mile north of Ottawa, Kas., 3V4 v.'fst, 64-acre farm and .'Tilscellancous at 1:00 o'clock, C. A. Myers & Sons Phono Centropolis 918 or 17 Ottawa. Route 4 Ottawa Market Sale Saturday — ] mile East on Wilson. Overbrock Livestock Eale every Wedneid&y at Overbrook. A R C H I E S T E V E C A N Y O N S T E R The OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday,'April Jl, 1969 THE TROUBLE 19, SIOBODV R6ALLY TRIES iUNDERSTAND MB/ «-;i WHEN TALK TOO6H- . DEFV AuTHORrry- BREAK ..6ET INTO R©HTS,9N|ER AT MV BUDDIES AND PICK ON v LITTI-B <SUVS WHAT HAPPENED 1 ITSOUN&EC* LIKE A'SONIC J AN/BOPV KltLBPf NAW( I WAS ALONB-STARTED powM TH'STRIP TOTAKB OFF- JUST ABOUT HAD, RYlrJ' SPCEP WHEN SHE VEERED WHAMO! «\C-i '^fjtkV LVSW^I 1 WAS CHSCMN' A CROP- DUSTER NEARBV .WHIN I HBARD TH6 J CRASH-" >»••< I'M WITH NOW SO MDU'RE GOING TO ELECTRIFY THE WATER.AND THUS KEEP SKIN DIVERS FROM ROBBING VOU.' ^afl?)Wf/,SI m " YOU COULD CALL IT THAT. JJDE SURE VOU DON'T KILL YOURSELF." WARNS HIS LAWVER. *REK>1MBER WATER AND HIGH VOLTAGE DONY MIX." TO TELL THE V VOU THINK^ TRUTH, E. KENT \VOURWAYAND HARDLV, IT ALL I'LJ.THINK LOOKS PRETTY / MINCV I'M 5ILLV.ITHINK /THEGENTTHAT •"•--STUTOy (NHERITBP <THE DOUGH. AND AT A COMMERCIAL FISH HILUS, WHERE ARE VOU GOING WITH THE E AGENT OVER ON THE SEACOAST ORDERED IT. • YOU OUGHT TO HAVE VOUR IHEAD_EXAMINED, ucnw MULLINS.' -THROWING AWAY A WEEK'S PROFITS ON A HORSE RACE; r YOU COULD HAVE PUT A SLIGHT DENT IN YOUR BOARD BILL WITH IT. WHAT'S TH 1 PIFF? EITHER WAY I'D BE OUT TH DOUGH, EMMY. HELLO- YEH-THIS IS MR. MULUNS. YOU'RE WAY OFFJ I NEVER BET ON A HORSE RACE IN MY FOR THE CLASS PRESIDENT, UNCA PONALD! You must \Ulho knows? Ye9, Corky, It was \ go down there i Wow what on your next vacation. will you have? It's on^the house. a great trip. We were busy every ^ minute. 4. Good I I'll take f I'll have some fried pompano and a\shad and a broiled half dozen shrimp.y-v Florida Jobster. UIHAT'S THIS TALK ABOUT MODERNIZING THE SCHOOL? DIDN'T WE \ DO AWAY WITH I INKWELLS / VJHEM THE BALL-POINT PEN CAME IN? * ! J^m^ (^ JUST wt/Ar, FOR EXAMPLE, MAKES VOU SAY THE.BUILDING IS OLD-FASHIONED?/ EXCUSE MB,.., VTS TIME. TO RING THE SCHOOL BELL/ YOU WILL. RECALL ,T»AT PARTY INTELLECTUAL^ INI THIS COUNTRY WERE PUT INTO CONCENTRATION CAMPS BV THE f ASCISTS BEFORE WORLP WAR I I AM Nor SATISFIED THAT PR. ISABELLA AJENJO K WHAT SHE CLAIMS TO BE.., IF SO., .SHE WOULD HAVE A NUMBER. TATTOOEP ON LEFT WHO 15 Y TH€ ASSISTANTS 7oV*?...WE HAVE BWIW^ IT? J THE PATRONESS/.. HOT WATBR IN ORPSR WE KNOW H3U . THAT YOU /WAY HAVfi A .AIIWMVBR/ A. MUAXINfl iATH/r *# ^ i t. VETITISUNDER- STANDAOLE, DAD.. DR.TIAAOTHYHAS ALWAYS BEEN A KINDLY WHAT AN INJUSTICE AGAINST TIMOTHY WOBSON.'WHATA PITY--/* P/TY- YES, BETH, DR.TIM REALIZES THAT HIS BROTHER WOULD STOP AT NOTHING TO RETAIN THE FAMILY FORTJNE-AND BEING A KINDLY MAN, HE CANNOT . PERMIT A FAMILY SCANDAL TO Tr-fA STAIN THEIR FATHER'S NAME v • WxJ/r/ \ KVVvVvVvSX^ I-I THINK I KNOW HOW WE CAN GET THE ESTATE RETURNED TO DR., TIMOTHY. 1 IN FACT, / KWOIV HOW WE CAN'!.. W

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