Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 27, 1967 · Page 10
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Carroll, Iowa
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Deaths, Funerals Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 27, 1967 RrX. VAN HOUSE COON RAPIDS - R. C. (Dick) Van House. 54. Coon Rapids businessman, died at SU Anthony Hospital in Carroll at 6:45 p.m. Saturday. Nov. 25, following a long illness. He had been owner and operator of the D and D Cafe here for the last 26 years. Requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Annunciation Church in Coon Rapids by the Rev. Harold Cooper. Interment will be in the parish cemetery, with military rites. Arrangements are in charge of the Mason Funeral Home, wher? the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Monday. Mr. Van House, son of Roy and Harriet Van House, was born April 23. 1913, at Austin. Minn. He attended school in Austin and was graduated from Christmas LdPuS in convenient packs THE GARDEN CENTER AND GIFT SHOP the Coon Rapids High School. On June 5, 1940, he was married to Florence Mackey in St. Columbkill Church, Churdan, by the Rev. J. P. Hausmann. He served in the Navy in World War II. He was a member of Annunciation parish; Gurney Parker Post No. 357, American Legion; and held a 10-year service certificate from the Coon Rapids Fire Department. Surviving are his wife. Florence; three children, Clayton, Gary and Lois, all of Coon Rapids; his mother, Mrs. Harriet Watrous of El Monte, Calif., anl a sister, Mrs. Al Rue, Temple City, Calif. MRS. BEN UNDERBERG Mrs. Ben (Anna) Underberg, 90, of Kent, Minn., formerly of Carroll, died Sunday evening, Nov. 26, after a three-year illness. Funeral rites will be held Thursday at St. Thomas Catholic Church in Kent. Mrs. Underberg was born and reared in Carroll County and lived here in the early years of her marriage. Her husband died in November, 1937. Surviving are her children: John, Peter, Henry, Leo, Mrs. William (Frances) LeNoue, Business & Professional Directory COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE Tailored Especially for The FARMER, BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL MAN Federal and State Tax Records of Iowa Carroll, Iowa Leo Loxterkamp Phone: 4209 W. L. WARD, D.S.C. PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST 302 South Main St. (6 Blocks S. of the Courthouse) Office 9782 Home 2767 Co mm unify Credit Service Credit Reports, Investigations Collections Anywhere Dial 4371 208 West 5th CARROLL DENTAL ASSOCIATES 818-822 North Main Street R. E. LANGENFELD, D.D.S. — Phone 2630 R. F. BARELS, D.D.S. Phone 2528 L. B. WESTENDORF, D.D.S. Phone 2630 R. J. FERLIC, M. D. 715 N. Adams - Carroll, Iowa (Cochran Building) Office Hours: 9 to 12 —1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics — Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 DR. O. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist Dial 3318 102 West 5th EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES-CHILDREN'S VISUAL PROBLEMS DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED-GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adams St. (Between Hannasch Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williams) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Phone 9709 Carroll, Iowa DR. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES DR. REX A. HEESE Chiropractor By Appointment Phone 3402 814 N. Main St. Ralph M. Crane ATTORN EY-AT-LAW Dial 3161 S16'/2 N. Adams St. Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office —Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 M. R. TAN CRETI ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 4835 Metropolitan Life Building 206 West 7th Street James C. Smith ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 516V2 N. Adams Dial 3161 General Practice Taxes — Estates Iowa Land Service Company Farm Records Farm Appraisals Farm Management V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 R. B. MORRISON, M. D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 3543 - Home 3630 Home Calls Day or Night Mrs. Ira (Catherine) Bellmore and Mrs. Paul (Agnes) Merrick, all of Kent; Mrs. Rudolph (Mary) Nees, Carroll; William, Mesa, Ariz.; Sr. Sophia and Sr. Theresella, both of Techny, 111.; two brothers, William T. Otto and Henry J. Otto, Carroll; and many nieces and nephews in this area. MRS. HENRY C. HOFT Mrs. Henry C. Hoft of 629 West 16th Street, Carroll, died unexpectedly about 11 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 26, at St. Anthony Hospital. She was 72. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the First Presbyterian Church in Carroll with burial in the Wall Lake Cemetery, Wall Lake. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson will officiate. Friends may call at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home from 7 p.m. Monday until 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, at which time the casket will be taken to the church. It will remain closed at the church. Mrs. Hoft was the former Beulah North, daughter of Charles W. and Ella Gibson North. She was born July 6, 1895, at Cherokee, and was a graduate of Iowa State Teachers College (now University of Northern Iowa), Cedar Falls. Her marriage to Mr. Hoft took place Dec. 21, 1918, at Sioux City. She spent the greater part of her life at Wall Lake, going there from Manning in December, 1918. They moved to Carroll about three years ago. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Order of the Eastern Star and the Garden Club, all at Wall Lake. She had served as a Presbyterial officer, president of the United Presbyterian Women's Organization and of the Garden Club; and was a past matron of the Eastern Star chapter. Surviving are her husband; seven children, Cecil G. and Mrs. Alfred Schlorholtz, Carroll; Norman N., Fort Dodge; Richard G., Columbia, Mo.; Willard L., Huntsville, Ala.; Harrison H., Arlington, Va.; and Mrs. Frank Arnold, Richmond, Va.; also 25 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Lee Salsbery of Washington, D.C.; and a brother, Charles W. North, Orlando, Fla. One son and three brothers and sisters preceded her in death. Due to the fact that several of her children are in missionary work, the family prefers that memorials be given to church missions. ROY D. MERRITT GLpDEN — Roy Dickson Merritt, 80, of Glidden died at 2:20 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 25, at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. He had farmed and was widely known in the rodeo field. Rites will be held ait 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Methodist Church here, with the Rev. Dr. 0. E. Cooley officiating. Interment will be in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. There will be a family prayer service at 11:15 a.m. Tuesday at the Dahn- Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden, where friends may call: and the casket will be taken to the church at noon for viewing until the hour of services. Mr. Merritt was owner of the Merritt Ranch,Rodeo in which he was active with his son, William. He had produced rodeos and furnished stock for some of the largest rodeos in the country for many years, including the Iowa State Fair. A member ', of the United Rodeo Associa- j tion, he began his rodeo career as a young man while living in Lexington, Neb. He suffered a broken hip last July and had : been in ill health since then. He was born June 28, 1887, in Glidden Township, Carroll County, a son of William D. and Louella Dickson Merritt. His marriage to Fern Isabel Hull, who survives, took place May 17, 1950, in Sioux City. He was a member of the Methodist Church at Glidden. Surviving besides his wife are five daughters: Mrs. Glenn (Louella) Hall, Glidden; Mrs. Frank (Evelyn) Steinhoff, Garden Grove, Calif.; Mrs. Beryl (M a r j o r i e) Dial, Lohrville; Mrs. Robert (Ruth) Olson, Webster City; and Mrs. Glenn '' (Rhea) Sloll, Ankeny; his son, , William, of Glidden; 19 grandchildren, one great-grandchild, two sisters, Mrs. Richard Hart; mann, Longmont, Colo., and i Mrs. Lester Milligan, Mason i C i t. y; and two stepdaughters, Mrs. Max (Loretta) Schnitter, Santa Barbara, Calif., and Mrs. Erwin (Jean) Lange, Denver, Colo. j He was preceded in death by i his first wift- in 1947; a daughter, Mrs. Edmund (Donna) I Seery; and one brother. Daily Record Court House Applications to Wed— Duane A. Olberding, 21, Carroll, and Judy Grote, 21, Breda. New Vehicles Registered— ' William F. Dranselka, Manning, Oldsmobile; and Jack A. Gallas, Carroll, Plymouth. Highway Patrol Four Injured — Four young persons suffered fcial lacerations and were hospitalized here Sunday following an accident on the Swan Lake road one and three-quarter miles south of Carroll at 3:45 p.m. An unidentified object reportedly blew out of a pick-up truck driven by Gary Malcom, Coon Rapids, and shatered the windshield of a following car driven by Gary J. Behrens, 18, Route 3, Carroll. Behrens and three passengers, Steve Wittrock, 16, Ronnie Hahn, 18, and Ricky Rupiper, 17, all of Carroll, suffered facial lacerations. The accident was investigated by Highway Patrolman Marlow Feick, Manning. Sheriff's Office Sideswipe Collision— A sideswipe collision was reported in Templeton at 1 a.m. Sunday between a car driven by Jerome L. Kirsch, 21, Carroll, and a parked car owned by Marvin A. Wurzer, 18, Carroll. The right side of the Kirsch car and the left side of the parked car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Police Dept. Traffic Accidents- Cars driven by Charles W. Wittrock, 41, and Janice A. Schogren, 22, both of Carroll, were in collision at the intersection of Carroll and 10th Streets at 9:20 a.m. Monday. The left front of the southbound Wittrock car and the right side of the westbound Schogren car were damaged. No injuries were reported. A collision was reported between cars driven by Ella K. Sonksen, 50, Manning, and by Soo H. Nam, 45, Carroll, at the intersection of Main and Second Streets at 9 a.m. Monday. The left front of the eastbound Sonksen car and the right front of the southbound Nam car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Cars driven by David P. Meyers, 19, Carroll, and Leona B. Billmeier, 67, Carroll, were in collision at the intersection of Highway 30 and Eighth Street at 1 p.m. Sunday. The left front of the westbound Meyers car, and the right rear corner of the Billmeier car which was westbound and turning north were damaged. No injuries were reported. A car driven by Mary J. Broich, 22, Carroll, was in collision with a car driven by Donna R. Weeks, 31, Coon Rapids, on Court Street near the intersection with Fifth Street at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The Broich car was backing from a parking place and the left rear of the car was in collision with the left front of a northbound car driven by Weeks. No injuries were reported. An intersection collision at Pike and Perch was reported Saturday at 2 p.m. between cars driven by Lois B. Evans, 43, and Jo Ann Stevens, 18, both of Carroll. The right front of the Evans and left rear of the Stevens car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Charles Knight, Carroll Mrs. Dean Lahr, Dow City Mrs. Veraon Noelck, Carroll Duane Carpenter, -Coon Rapids Howard Thorn, Glidden Mrs. Charles Knute, Glidden Wilfred Schneider, Carroll Mrs. Paul Honold, Coon Rapids Edward Sorenson, Lake City Mrs. Elmer Jessen, Exira Mrs. Lester Sevde, Scranton Nick Bauer, Scranton Marvin Eischeid, Carroll Jon Brusegaard, Omaha Dismissals— Barbara Peters, Carroll Michael Blackley, Glidden Mary Bowman, Coon Rapids William Burdine, Ralston Alois Wernimont, Carroll Mrs. Jennie Smith, Coon Rapids Therese M. Taggart, Audubon Jeffrey J. Danner, Carroll Dugald Currie, Carroll Miss Janet Jones, Audubon Mrs. Richard Simons, Glidden John W. Dailey, Bayard Howard Thorn, Glidden DeAnn M. Reiff, Carroll Charles Knight, Carroll Mrs. John Boes and baby, Carroll Mrs. Vernon A. Vunnahme and baby, Carroll Mrs. Robert Lux and baby, Carroll Mrs. Jerome Schleisman and baby, Lidderdale Mrs. Kenneth P u d e n z and baby, Carroll Mrs. Kenneth Beckman and baby, Carroll Mrs. Richard Groves and baby, Massena Clayton Woerdehoff, Carroll Mrs. Lowell Baker, Carroll Miss Kathryn Meyer, Wall Lake Births- Mr, and Mrs. Lenus E. Thelen, Carroll, a son, Saturday CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Denison Admissions— Nicky B. Greene, Denison Sheri Lea Greene, Denison Laura Jean Buckacker, Debit Carl Johannsen, Schleswig Kathryn Ann Powers, Defiance Bernice Zea, Denison Dora Coleman, Dunlap Dismissals— Mrs. John Hast, Denison Mrs. Victor Amundson, Arcadia Mrs. Jessie M. Hennings, Ricketts Miss Sharyn Lingle, Denison Robert Dieter, Vail Winfred Wright, Kansas City, Mo. Birth DES MOINES — Mr. and Mrs. Robert F1 e s k e s of Des Moines, their second daughter, Renee Ann, born Oct. 15 at Des Moines General Hospital. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.47 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.02 Oats 70 Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company AVHEAT HiEh LOW 12:3 ° Dec 145% 143% 144 .. 151% 150 150*4 .. 111% 154 154 .. 156% 154% 155 March May . July CORN Dec _ _ 113 7^ 112% 113% March"—HZ 117% 116% 116% May 121% 120% 120% Jujy 124% 123% 123% Dec _ 71% 71 1,4 71% March - 71% 71 ] 4 71 ] i May _ „ 71U 70% 70% ' ' - 70% 6914 69*4 Dec 115 March 119% May 122% SOY BEANS Jan 266% March __.. 271% May „ 2751/4 SOY BEAN MEAT., Dec 72.25 Jan 72.90 March 73.90 114 US'/*. 121% 266 270% 27414 71.85 72.50 73.40 114 118% 121% 2661/4 270% 274% 72.00 72.60 73.60 Senate Gets Tougher Bill on Inspection WASHINGTON (AP) - A bill to require that all of the nation's meat supply measures up to federal inspection standards was the first order of business for the Senate after its Thanksgiving holiday. The measure, more stringent than legislation passed by the House, was approved unanimously by the Senate Agriculture Committee last week. It was to come before the full Senate today. Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman and Betty Furness, President Johnson's special assistant for consumer affairs, called it a great improvement over the House bill. Federal inspection now is limited to meat crossing state lines, leaving about 15 per cent of fresh meat and 25 per cent of processed meat products to state or local inspection. The Agriculture Committee said 29 states have mandatory inspection laws, 12 have voluntary systems, 2 have limited health regulations, and 7 have . no meat inspection statutes. Like the House-passed bill, the Senate measure provides for federal technical aid and for up to 50 per cent of the cost of developing or improving state inspection systems. But the Senate bill goes further by providing: —That states wanting their own systems must establish standards at least equal to those of the federal government. They would have two years and in some cases three years in which to do this. —That federal inspection may be extended immediately to meat plants operating wholly within a state upon the request of the governor. THE PO TAKES A JOKE D U B 0 I S, Pa (AP) - The Post Office received a letter addressed to: "Mr. Twelve O'clock, DuBois, Pa." Postal workers promptly delivered it lo E. A. Noon, Late Stock Quotations; N.Y. Market NEW YORK stock quotations AlliedCh AlliedStrs Am Can AmChain AmCrysS AmHome Am Mot AmSmelt AmStd AmSugar AmT&T AmTob Anaconda Armour Atchison Atl Rich Avco Beat Fds BendixAv Beth Stl Borden Brunswik Case JI Chrysler CollinsRa Con Edis CornProd Curtis Wr Deere duPont 39% 37V4 48% 37% 22% 56 11% 70V4 24% 29% 51V4 48% SSVa 26 7 / 8 97% 46% 62 46'/4 31% 31% 12% 16 52% 92% 32Vs 38% 25% 52% 148% 43% 81% 11% 49Vs 20% 37 26% 41% 21% Esst Kod 142% Eltra Cp 35% Fairmont FooteMin Ford Mot Fruehauf Gmble Sk 17V4 28 50% 38% 27% Gen Elec 105% Gen Fds Gen Mot Gen PCm GenT&El Goodrich Goodyear Gt West S G'hound Hershey Homestk I.C.Ind 67% 79% 43% 66% 46 44% 21% 25% 52 (AP) - Noon Monday: Int T&T 123 Interst P 20 7 / 8 laElL&P 23% Iowa HI G 25V4 la P&L 28% KG P&L 32% Kn'cott Krsge SS Leh PrtC Loch Air Margin Maytag M'dith Mobil M Wrd Morrell Ntl D'ry Nat Gyp NY Cent N AmRk Penney Pa RR Pep Cola Phill Pet Proct G Qk Oats RCA Rey Tob Safewy Sear Rob Sher'tn Sinclr Oil Sou Pac Std Brds S Oil Cal S Oil Ind S Oil NJ Sunray Swift Co Texaco Textron TRW Un Elec Un Pac Uniroy Uni Air L Unit Air 34% 41 68% 35% 61% 55% 38% SSVa 85% 80% 58 40% 22% 55% 29% 67% 27% 33% 60% 51% 67 36% 30% 80 46 93% 22% 37% 44% 67% 82% US Gyp US Steel 68% 40% IBM 613V 8 WU Tel 34% Int Harv 33% Westg El 75% Int Resist 52% W'wrth 25% Int Salt 39% Con Oil 74Va NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market carried its rally into the fourth straight session but appeared to be having some difficulty holding its gains early this afternoon. Trading was fairly active. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was up 1.39 ait 878.99, trimming about a point from its best rise in the morning. Gains outnumbered losses by about 3 to 2 on the New York Stock Exchange. Wall Street had considerably more confidence following last week's rally in the face of unsettling news in the world of finance. The list showed general improvement but gold-mining stocks retreated from their recent speculative flurry. They were cooled by assurances from the international gold pool that the price of gold will be maintained at $35 an ounce. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Botcher hog prices declined 60 cents a hundredweight at the Chicago Stockyards Monday. Receipts of hogs totaled 8,000 head. Mixed 1-2 butchers weighing 190 to 225 pounds seld at 18.50 to 19.50 but some 59 head of 210 to 215 pound weights topped at 19.75. Mixed l-3s scaling 220 to 240 pounds went at 17.75 to 18.50 and 2-3$ weighing 240 to 260 pounds brought 17.00 to 17.75. Mixed 1-3 sows weighing 350 to 400 peunds sold at 15.00 to 15.50. Slaughter steers and slaughter heifers were steady to 25 cents lower. Cattle receipts totaled 11,000 head. Prime 1,200 to 1,400-pound slaughter steers went at 27.75 to 28.25 and high choice and prime 1,100 to 1,350 pound kinds brought 27.00 to 27.75 while choice 900 to 1,350 pound weights sold at 26.25 to 27.00 and mixed goed and choice 900 to 1,150 pound kinds realized 25.75 to 26.50. High choice and prime slaughter heifers weighing 850 to 1,050 pounds brought 26.00 to 26.25. Wooled slaughter lamb prices were steady and sheep receipts totaled 600 head. Choice and prime 90 to 117 peund wooled slaughter lambs sold at 23.00 to 24.00. The grouping included 245 head of 117 pound fed westerns at 24.00. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 8,000; butchers generally 50 lower; 1-2 190-225 Ib 18.5019.50; 59 head 210-215 Ibs 19.75; 1-3 220-240 Ibs 17.75-18.50; 2-3 240-260 Ibs 17.00-17.75; sows 50 lower; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 15.0015.50; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 14.00-14.75. Cattle 11,000; calves none; slaughter steers steady to 25 lower; heifers unevenly steady to 25 lower; prime 1,200-1,400 Ibs yield grade 3 and 4 slaughter steers 27.75-28.25; high choice and prime 1,100-1,350 Ibs 27.00-27.75; choice 900-1,350 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 26.25-27.00; mixed good and choice 900-1,150 Ibs 25.75-26.50; high choice and prime 850-1,050 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 26.00-26.25; choice 850-1,050 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 25.00-26.00; mixed good and choice 24.5025.25. •Fire (Continued From Page 1) with four late model cars. Loss was estimated at approximat- ly $15,000. Wayne's Sign Company, operated by Wayne Niceswanger, located on the first floor, was destroyed with loss estimated at $3,000. In addition, a new Lange Dairy truck in the sign shop was destroyed. The Pat Schmitz carpenter shop, also located on the first floor, was destroyed with an estimated loss of 45,000. Neither the sign company nor the carpenter shop had insurance coverage, owners reported. No estimate of loss from the paint store was available Monday pending completion of an inventory by insurance adjusters. "All records, a large quantity of paint and a large quantity of wall paper went up in flames along with equipment," Mr. Stickrod said. No immediate plans were announced by Stickrod for resumption of business pending settlement of the loss. Wayne's sign company will stay in business and operate temporarily from the residence at 820 North Court, Mr. Niceswanger said. The Schmitz carpenter shop also was expected to stay in business and operate from the residence at 503 West 21st Street. Bill Burgess Motors said the body shop will be located temporarily in the main garage building but will be transferred to another location when a place becomes available. The 30-year eld building, owned by Mid-State Investment Company, was originally built by L. A. "Red" Juergens and formerly housed a farm equipment firm and an automobile dealership. No decision has been reached on rebuilding the structure valued at $40,000, Dr. Richard Collison, president of Mid-States said Monday. The building loss was covered by insurance. Neither Iowa Public Service Company nor Northwestern Bell Telephone Company suffered serious losses from the fire. The telephone company lost two telephones plus wires running into the building, Wayne Weeks, manager, said. Iowa Public Service Company reported a power outage of about 30 minutes to the Brown Derby, Lil Duffer, Drees Oil station and four residential customers. The only loss sustained was a blown fuse in a transformer and the service wire running into the building, William J. Keenan, manager, said. The fire destroyed two of the four cars in the body shop and extensive smoke and water damage was reported to the other two cars, Mr. Burgess said. Firemen were hampered by a huge crowd of onlookers and one traffic accident resulting from the fire was reported when a car driven by Lynn W. Dunn, 24, Carroll, was in collision with a fire truck on Crawford Street near the interesc- tion with Eighth Street at 6 p.m. The left front of the car and the right front of the fire truck were damaged, but no injuries were reported. The Stickrod youth was taken •to St. Anthony hospital for examination of possible facial burns but was released. He did not suffer serious burns, Mrs. Stickrod said. uifMCflAS BRAND NEW 1968 WASHER MODEL WA-422 DRYER MODEL DE-422 LAUNDRY TWINS We bought right... and are passing the savings on to you! NOW ENJOY THIS WONDERFUL PAIR FOR AS LOW AS Per Month JUST LOOK AT ALL THE CONVENIENCES YOU GET AT THIS LOW PRICE! THE WASHER • 2 speeds, 5 cycles to wash every load • No Press cycle eliminates ironing of Permanent Press • Soak cycle for automatic prewashing • Giant 16 Ib. capacity • Exclusive Spiralator* washing action • Double-action filter THE DRYER • 3 cycles... Timed, No Press and special Dewrinkle cycle • 3 heat selections to match drying to fabric • No Press cycle eliminates ironing • End of cycle reminder signal • Easy to clean up-front lint filter COAST TO COAST STORE ELMER FRIEDMAN — DUANE TAPHORN

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