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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 7

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FISHING IN THE WANT ADS IS PRETTY GOOD! V PAIL AILY NEWS Jobs Wanted 3 Farm 58 THURSDAY, p _ DEC. 28, 1972 ra g e ' 1 or 2 days 10c per word Three days 13c per word Four days 16c per word Five days 19c per word Each added day ... 3c per word Minimum ad $1.50. Rates are for consecutive insertions of same ad. Classified ads are Cash With Order. Bookkeeping charge of 50c for credit. $1 service charge if replies are taken by Daily News office. Display: 1 day per inch $1.50; each additional day, per inch $1.25; minimum display 2 inches. Classified ad users should check their advertisements the first issue they appear, and report any error at once as no allowance can be made after the first issue. WANTED; Upholstery to do in my home. Superior. 858-2432. 56-3-3 Entertainment 1 DANCE WOODCLIFF BALLROOM Spencer, Iowa "OVER 30" Dance Every Friday Night Sat. New Years Eve Dance Phone 262-4076 58 -1-1 SPECIAL! NEW YEARS EVE DANCE Sunday, Dec. 31 RIDE 8:30 p.m.- 12:30 a.m. Admission $2 Fox Lake Ballroom Sherburn, Minn 57.3.1 ROOF GARDEN Arnolds Park hUOLIDAY CONCERT DANCE FRI., DEC. 29 featuring Stars of "Go All the Way" "I Wanna Be With You" THE RASPBERRIES! Plus — Cisco Grove 9-12 P.M. Advance '2.50 58 -2X -1 DANCE 40th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Merl Landmesser 9:30 p.m. - 1 a.m. Friday, Dec. 29 DICK'S COMBO Everyone Welcome Reception from 7:00 until 9:30 p.m. V.F.W. Hall POST 3388 Estherville, Iowa 58-1-1 Relp Wanted t,'™X J 2 HELP WANTED: Part-time typist. Apply in person Willett Bookkeeping, Parkview Clinic Building. 58-3-2 V HELP WANTED: Person with fi- iberglass experience or interest- jed in learning all phases off iber- .glass trade. Apply in person. As" sembly person also needed. Inno- yvar Industries, Dunnell, Minn. - 56-5-2 | Secretarial help needed. Apply [in person, innovar Industries, fBunnell, Minn. 56-3-2 LP WANTED: Waitress or jmiter, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., no |it. or Sun. Experience not SifeceBsary. Apply at Mac's Cafe, £tS226 Central Ave. . ' ... 56-3-2 | J Jobs Wanted college boys looking for * work. Call 362-4177. 55-4X-3 For Rent FOR RENT: 2 room furnished apartment. Phone Christina Hanson, 362-3112. 52-tf-5 FOR RENT: Apartment, partly furnished. Skyline Motel. 3629026. 24-tf-5 FOR RENT: 5 room modern farm home. Available after Jan. 16th. Contact Gene Wilson, 362-3144. 57-3-5 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom mobile home. No pets. Cozy Grove Motel, 362-5027. 57-2-5 Notices Fast Well Drilling and Pump Repair. CLIFF'S WELL SERVICE 864-3489 or 864-3091 Armstrong. 141-tf-6 Stall's will be CLOSED Saturday, Dec. 30, for inventory. Emergency orders ONLY will be filled by phoning 362-3735. Winter store hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday will close at 5:30 p.m. Close as usual Thursday - 9:00p.m.,Saturday-4:00 p.m. during January, February, March and April. 57-2-6 INCOME TAX PREPARATION. Personal $5 and up; farm, business. Day and evening appointments, Dean Higgins, Acct., Call 362-5277. 57-tf-6 NOTICE Pet & Hobby Shop CLOSED Thursday, Dec. 28th Moving to New Location 215 Central Available to fill •margancy Supplies- or Orders. *" 5 &-1 -6 NOTICE EMMET REALTY CORP. ANNUAL MEETING Jan. 10, 1972 7:30 P.M. GARDST0N HOTEL 58-1-6 CLOSING-OUT SALE CONTINUES Lingerie & Other Fabrics Reduced 50% to 75% One Group of Yarns Reduced 60 Per Cent Niceties from Norma 822 1st Ave. M. HOURS: Thurs. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Fri. 9 a.m.-12 Noon 57-2-6 Form FOR SALE: 40 feeder pigs, 40 to 45 lbs. 336-2659, Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake. 57-7-7 FOR SALE: Yearling Farmers Hy-Bred boar. Richard Holl, 3624050. 57-3-7 USED SNOWMOBILES 1972 AMF Ski-Daddler. 634 cc, Electric start, 300 miles. 1971 MotoSki. 634cc, 18" track,. w-electric start. 1970 AMF Ski-Daddler. 19 H.P., 15 " track. 1970 Rupp. 634 cc, 18" track. J. D. WEBB IMPLEMENT 58-1-7 USED TRACTORS 1968 MM Super 670, Cab-heater, wide frt., duals, 3 pt. 1968 Oliver 1650 Gas, w-widefrt. and 3 pt. E'VILLE IMPL. CO. INC. 58-1-7 FOR SALE: Schwartz hydraulic front end loader with universal mountings; 80" snow bucket and 42" material bucket. Set of tractor chains — fit 16.9 x 34 or 15.5 x 38. Excellent condition. 865-2152 Dolliver. 58 -5X -7 FOR SALE: 80 feeder pigs, 30 lbs. Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake, 336-2659. 57-7-7 FOR SALE: 1800 bales alfalfa hay inside. 336-2659 — Dave Dingel, Spirit Lake. 57-7-7 1 Rtfll t$tflf> 8 Automotive 11 Food News 29 Hogs Down House, hardwood floors, 3 bedrooms, 1 down, 2 up. IV2 bath. Livingroom, diningroom carpet- ted, both large. Kitchen, large den, garage, full basement. Near highschool. Priced to sell. RIDOUT REAL ESTATE Office Ph: 2-4723 2-2494 2 -3137 2-4820 2-5274 56-3-8 Who Does It 9 Best cleaning fluids, plus know- how, enable us to offer you the best drycleaning available. CRAMER'S NORGE VILLAGE 58-1-9 Formica countertops and cabinets. Phone 362-2543. ESTHERVILLE ALUMA FAB 49-tf-9 Real Estate 8 THIS IS FAST BECOMING CASE COUNTRY GOOD TRADE-INS 706IHC CAB DUALS 406I-IHC W/L0ADER M - CHEAP POWER 1850G - W/DUALS 1850D - W/CAB 2150 - W/CAB A/C SHARP 550 - OLIVER W/L0ADER 720G - JOHN DEERE A - JOHN DEERE, CLEAN 741CK CASE, LIKE NEW 930CK CASE, CAB 831 - CASE, GOOD 801 - CASE 930CK CASE, SHARP $4500.00 $2200.00 $ 400.00 $4500.00 $4900.00 $9200.00 $ 975.00 $1750.00 $ 400.00 $4200.00 $4900.00 $2800.00 $1000.00 $5100.00 Use Investment Credit While You Have It. B & B Implement 202 S,. 6th - Estherville, Iowa - Phone 362-3646 56-4-7 For Sale 10 A DELIGHT TO SEE Is this carpeted 3-bedroom with dining area, many closets, full basement, garage, north location and priced at only $17,000. Several other nice homes to see. Call today. ESTHERVILLE REALTY 2-2123 Vernon Clark Res. 2-2346 G. Tostenson H. Croner 55-3-8 HERE'S A DEAL! Apartment building with 1,2, and 3 bedroom apartments. 2 car garage. Brings in $375.00 a month. 7 per cent mortgage can be assumed for very little. Price reduced to sell immediately. BAKER REAL ESTATE Office 362-3230 2-2763 2-4414 2-3862 2-3490 53-3-8 NEW LISTING This L-shaped 3 Br. ranch style is located in NE Estherville. Big, eat'n kitchen with enough cupboards for all your dishes and pans. Livingroom carpeted. Closets space galore. Bath with lavinette. Add a 4th bedroom in the dry basement easily. Attached 2 car garage. Your call invited. TIMMINS AGENCY REALTORS Office Phone: 2-4466 2-2563 2-4677 2-4783 56-3-8 NEW LISTING 2 bedroom home. North location. Priced under $17,000. Finished basement apartment. Immediate possession. CLAIR CLARK REAL ESTATE 1737 Central Ave. 362-4844 56-3-8 Newer large 3 bedroon home. Located on extra large lot. 3rd bedroom is large upstairs dorm type. Kitchen with loads of birch cupboards and good size eating area. Large carpeted living room. Exceptionally nice and dry rec. room in basement. This house has had excellent care and reasonably priced. Contact Tex for more details. STOCKDALE REAL ESTATE Days 362-3583 Eves. 362-3160 Multiple Listing Service 64-1-8 The lip-smacking and soft grunting of baboons indicates peaceful intentions, while hard stares and yawns are danger signals. GIFTS that keep on giving BIBLES BOOKS SACRED RECORDS GOSPEL BOOK STORE 58-1-10 HALL'S CRAFT CELLAR 17 N. 6th St. 362-4664 We now have kits available in: Decoupage, candles, stainglass, needlepoint, beads and many more. DON'T FORGET OUR DECORATING CENTER 58-3-10 Keep carpet cleaning problems small — use Blue Lustre wall to wall. Rent electric shampooer $1. D & B Hardware. 57-1-10 8 Track Stereo Tapes, top artists. 100 per cent Guaranteed. $3.99. GAMBLES in Estherville 17-tf-10 FOR SALE: 1 R.C.A. Color T.V. Extra nice cabinet, plus good color picture. $169.00. JOY'S WESTERN AUTO 57-2-10 FOR SALE: Lincoln welder, 220 volt, 225 amp., approximately 35 ft. cables. Smith cutting torch, tanks and cart. 362-3913. 56-4-10 McCleary's b i g WINTER CLEARANCE SALE starting Tues., Dec. 26th save up to V2 price and more! Get the most for your Christmas money. McCLEARY'S 57-3-10 Automotive 11 FOR SALE: 2 used 7.75 x 14 snowtires. Year-end low price, $9.95 each. HAMMOND OIL CO., INC. 58-1-11 FOR SALE: 1967 Pontiac Le- Mans. V-8 automatic, 2-door. New radials. 866-2278, Ringsted. 58-3x-ll BRADSHAW & SHORT INC. BUICK & CHEVROLET FOR ALL YOUR AUTOMOTIVE NEEDS 362-2657. 246-tf-ll FOR SALE: 1970 GTO. Very good condition, 52,000 miles. 362-2964. 57 -5X -11 Htg-Plb-Elec. 12 Call us for guaranteed service on farm, residential, or commercial wiring, fixtures, and supplies. MEYER ELECTRIC CO., INC. 58-2-12 Complete electric wiring and repair. Industrial, residential, farm and institutional. Phone 362-2412. OLSON ELECTRIC SERVICE 58-1-12 Commercial— Farm— Residental Wiring. Garry's Electric. 3622590. Garry Culbertson. 56-3-12 Lost And Found 16 LOST AND FOUND Crisis and Referral Center Inc. Estherville, Iowa 7 Days a Week—8p.m. to 2 a.m. Free and Confidential "Problems Carry No Age Limit" Call 362-5897 For Someone Who Cares and Listens 17-tf-lG Sporting Goods 18 New discount, hi-performance auto parts center. Don's Speed and Sport Shop. We handle all major brands — Holley, Hooker, Edelbrock, Mickey Thompson, etc. Open 7 days a week. 2051 North 7th Street. Phone 3622715 or 362-3225. 57-3-18 FOR SALE: 1973 Rupp 400. After 6:00 p.m. 362-4994. 55-5-18 FOR SALE: One near new 1971 Moto Ski. 399cc, electric start. Double trailer used 340 miles. Hammond Oil Co., Inc. 56-U-18 FOR SALE: One double trailer. 1970 Ski Doo 640 TNT. 1970 Ski Doo, 399 electric start Nordic. M.D. Thornburg, 362-2164. 57 -2X -18 Mobile Homes 24 NEW ARRIVALS 1- 14'x70* 3 BR. Less than $9,000.00 completely furnished. 1— 14'x65' 2 BR. Beautiful front kitchen. 1- 14'x70' Deluxe 3 BR. Plus many other models. No down payment required. Green Acres Mobile Home Park & Sales. See Ken or Jack Burrell. Phone 362-5545 or 362-4238, Estherville. 48-tf-24 BRINK OIL CO. 1619 Central - 362-9006 OPEN 6:30 A.M. to 11:00 P.M. Daily We carry most brands of oil and El Dorado Tires. All Oil Co. Credit Cards, Master Charge and Bank Americard Accepted. We Give S&H Green Stamps 58-1-11 Food News 29 HOTEL GARDSTON FAMILY STYLE SUNDAY DINNER includes Pan Fried Chicken and Baked Ham Salad lar, Potatoes, Vaiotablos, lovoraao, Dossort Adults $2.35 Children under 10 $1.35 Serving 11:00a.m.-2:30p.m. Phone 362-2661 58-1-29 CREDIT MANAGER SALE All this merchandise in top condition and some near new. PHILCO Color TV with Stereo AM-FMRadio. Sold new $1275.00 Complete Outfit Now Only $789.00. PHILCO Stereo in Good Condition. Buy Now $159.00. PHILCO Stereo works good. Buy now $109.00. SEARS Stereo. Very nice condition. Buy now $175.00. RCA Stereo. Good condition. Buy Now. $139.00. ZENITH Black & White TV. Buy now $39.00. SPEED QUEEN Super Twin Washer. Buy Now $119.00. firtttont 101 CINTKAl AVINUI, fSTHIIVIUI, IOWA M0NC 1*2-3557 58-1-25 Barbecue Rib Supper $1.95 Thurs., Dec. 28 Serving 6-10p.m. Members and their Guests V. F. W. Post 3388 Estherville, IA 58-1-29 10:30 a.m. Grain Quotes Soybeans $3.86 Feb. Corn $1.30 Jan. Corn $1.28 Oats 80c CATTLE (By JOHN MORRELL& Company) Steers High Choice to Prime Quotable $37.50-$38.00 Choice Steers .... $37.00-$37.50 Good Steers $34.00-$35.00 Prime Heifers Quotable $36.25-$36.75 Choice Heifers ... $34.25-$36.00 HOGS Base No. 3 Hogs $29.50 Desirable No. 2 Hogs ... $30.00 Superior No. 1 Hogs ... $30.50 Overfinished No. 4 Hogs . $29.00 Sows $24.00 Wallingford Christmas Gatherings Held at Wallingford Mr. and Mrs. Bill Helgen, Anoka, Minn., were Saturday dinner guests in the Christina Vahldieck home. Mrs. Helgen is a niece of Mrs. Vahldieck. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Blinkman entertained their family on Christmas Eve. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jacobsen and Bobbi Jo, Biloxi, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schnell and Jessica; Richard Blinkman, student at Ottumwa; and Christina Vahldieck wore present. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rustad had Christmas dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hendricksen and Deanna, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hendricksen and family and Mrs. Elmer Osberg, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hendricksen had as Christmas Eve guests Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hendrickson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hendrickson and family, Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rustad, Roger and Sharon, and Mrs. Elmer Osberg, Estherville. Mabel Torreson of Des Moines was a houseguest of the Chet Torresons over the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bonstead entertained their family group Christmas Eve. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. Paul Bonstead, Matthew, Joshua and Sara, St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bonstead and daughters, Webster City, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Stover, Terry and Synova, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Slingerland and family, Kathleen Gifford and Mamie Roseboro of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Anderson had Christmas dinner at the home of their daughter Mar lys (Mr. and Mrs. Gale Bryant). Other family guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peters, Mark Anderson, Kathy Peterson and Tom Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. Aadne Ness entertained on Christmas Day for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Phillips, Jacie and Donald, Des Moines; Joyce Ness, Garnavillo; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ness, Steve, Lisa and Angela, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Lee, Amanda and Elizabeth, Mrs. Elmer Lee, all of Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ness and Irvin, a student at Drake University, Des Moines. Christmas Eve guests in the Aadne Ness home were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Maland, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schmelling, Mike, Chris, and Scott, Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ness and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ness and Irvin and Joyce Ness. Mrs. Dena Lofblom went to Albert Lea Friday to an eye specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Egeland and Mrs. Dena Lofblom, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gunderson and son were ludefisk and lefse dinner guests Christmas Eve in the Sherman Gunderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gunderson telephoned from Williston, N.D. Mrs. Gunderson had fallen on the ice and is unable to work at the Courthouse for a few days. Mrs. Levi Olson and Avis entertained Christmas Eve for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carr, Todd and Laura, St. James, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Anderson, Sara and Joel, Mr. and Mrs. Orland Paulson and Greg, Mrs. Laverne Anderson and Or vis. Mrs. Laverna Anderson and Orvis entertained Christmas Day night for Mr. and Mrs. Norris Anderson and Michelle, Estherville, Nancy Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Anderson, Sara and Joel, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carr, Tod and Laura, St. James, Minn. Mrs. Levi Olson and Avis entertained Wednesday noon for Mr. and Mrs. Orland Paulson and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Anderson and Mrs. Laverna Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Olson entertained Monday night dinner guests for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kimball, Ricky and Chris, Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Herum, Gary and Tracy, Terril. Mrs. Ordine Olson entertained Sunday for her family including Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ness and family, Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Walker, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Faber and family, Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walker, Topeka, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stearns and family, Marshalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Olson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Borchers had as weekend houseguests Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hanson, New York, Mr. and Mrs. Bohn Wanamaker, Osseo, Minn., Randy Borchers, Terry Borchers, and Marie Nelson, all students at Mankato, and Mrs. Anne Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Borchers took their daughter and husband Rochelle and Bob, to Minneapolis where they left via plane for New York. Mr. and Mrs. Borchers remained in the cities overnight. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Anderson entertained at ludefisk and lefse supper Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Aadne Ness, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Rasmussen, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ness and Adelia Wolden. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Skatte- bo and Grace Skattebo were Christmas Eve dinner guests in the Eldon Skattebo home. Landry to Make QB Decision DALLAS (AP) - Dallas Coach Tom Landry was to name his starting quarterback for Sunday's National Conference title game with Washington today and if he went by vote of the Cowboy fans it would be Craig Morton. Morton nipped Roger Staubach in most popular player balloting conducted by a local dairy but the votes were counted before Staubach's two touchdown passes in 38 seconds to defeat San Francisco last week in their playoff game. Considering the boos Morton received at Texas Stadium this year, the ballot was still something of an upset. "I'm surprised to say the least," Morton said. "Things sure do work in funny circles." Landry's decision to wait until today to name his starting quarterback was not surprising. He admitted he wanted Washington to sweat it out as long as possible. "It changes the pass rush and containment depending on which quarterback we have in the game," Landry said. "Roger will move from the pocket but Craig sets up in it." Must Apply For Passport By ED BLANCHE Associated Press Writer LONDON (AP) - The U.S. Embassy said today recluse billionaire Howard Hughes will have to emerge from the privacy of a tightly guarded London hotel suite if he wants a new passport. The 67-year-old tycoon doesn't need a passport to stay in Britain, and he doesn't need one to get back into the United States. But an embassy spokesman said Hughes' passport had expired some time ago and Washington officials advised that he had asked for a new one. Paper, Editor Retire CAMBRIDGE, Iowa (AP) A newspaper whose type was set by hand, one of the last such papers in Iowa, went quietly to oblivion earlier this year with the retirement of its owner, Lafayette O. Langford. Langford was reporter, editor and composing staff, succeeding his father as publisher of the weekly Cambridge Leader, a newspaper that survived through 64 years of reverses and tight economics. When the end came, the paper closed simply because "there was nobody to take our place," and the paper's subscription and business lists were dissolved into those of the nearby Slater News. The Cambridge Leader was established in 1889, but Langford's father did not publish it until 1906. The elder Langford, who once owned the Slater News, was elected to a local office in 1902, but lost re-election in 1906 and promptly took off for Nevada, where he purchased the Nevada "Watchman." When the Cambridge Leader burned down later that year, the town Community Club pleaded with Langford to "bring your plant" to Cambridge and re-establish the paper. Until 1908, he published the paper out of an old barn. The Langford children, including Lafayette, helped with the chores around the gasoline-powered cylinder press. When the paper was locked up, the elder Langford would hum "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," Lafayette said. "He felt he had gotten a big job done." During the first World War, Langford sold the paper twice, but the new owners were unable to meet the $15 rent payments on the building and he got the paper back. With the family's other five sons in college, Langford agreed with his father to jointly run the paper. They published it together until 1938, when Lafayette took over. He recalls a special issue in 1946 as being "the biggest and best thing we have ever done." It was a big job because even for an average issue, it took three or four days to put all the type together by hand. Another issue, in 1971, was particularly memorable, but for altogether different reasons. "One gate of the handset front page wasn't closed," Langford said. The type—hundreds of carefully-placed metal words, letters, punctuation marks, spacing lead—days of work—fell out on the floor in a gray clutter of petrified alphabet soup. It was publication day. The paper was put to press with a front page that was black except for the masthead and a headline that said "BAD LUCK," with two lines of explanation. Langford sorted the news out from the jumble on the floor and published it a week later. PUBLIC NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION OFFICIAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO THE CITIZENS OF EMMET COUNTY, IOWA: Notice is hereby given that Dan Dugan Transport Company, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has made application to the Iowa State Commerce Commission under authority of Chapter 327A, Iowa Code 1971, for a Certificate of Convenience and Necessity to operate as a liquid transport carrier of anhydrous ammonia, liquid fertilizer, liquid fertilizer ingredients, in bulk, to and from all points in all counties, Iowa. The Commission has determined that this application should be heard on a consolidated record with similar other applications previously filed. Hearing has been fixed to commence Monday, January 15, 1973, 10:00 o'clock a.m. at the Commission's office in Des Moines, Iowa, and shall continue through Friday, January 19, 1973, or until such further time as the Commission may direct. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Maurice VanNostrand, Chairman Fred Moore, Commissioner Howard Bell, Commissioner ATTEST: Dean A. Briley, Secretary. Docket No. DLC-409 Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, December 14, 1972. (Dec. 21, 28, 1972)

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