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tu«, " New*, MA., YuwUy, November 2t, 1»S1 Be Careful In Handling WOd Rabbits BALTIMORE. Nov. 30 -- "Wild rabbits should always b« handled with the greatest ol care," Dr. R. S. Riley, Director of the State Department of health, warns hunters, trappers and housewives who may come in contact with the game. "This i* highly important, because Mbbits may be infected with tularemia, or rabbit fever, a disease which can be transmitted easily to human beings. "Although all rabbits running wild are not, of course, infected with tularemia they should be handled with due caution at every stag* between the woods and the dining table. It is wise to assume that any rabbit caught is capable of transmitting the disease artd take every precaution to avoid possible illness. The cases of tularemia reported to the State Department of Health each year indicate that a considerable number of rabbits may be diseased and capable of transmitting their infection to persons who come in contact with them. "For the safe enjoyment of autumn sport and rabbit dinners these precautions are in order. First, the hunter should take only frisky rabbits that dash away as he approaches, for a cottantail without the energy to run for his life is probably sick. Once caught, however, even the apparently healthy rabbit should be treated as though H were believed to be infected Gloves--preferably rubber ones- should be worn whenever the animal is being touched, especially if there is even a small cut or scratch on the hands. After handling the fur or raw meat the hunter or housewife should avoid touching face, mouth or eyes. As soon as the meat has been prepared all fur, contaminated paper and refuse should be burned. Gloves and implements should be sterilized and the hands washed thoroughly with soap and hot water. Adequate cooking of the meat is also essential in order to destroy any disease germs that may be present, and it Is urged that the rabbit be cooked at least twenty minutes at boibng temperature regardless of whether It is to be fried, stewed or served in a pie, "These safeguards will e-nable those who like to hunt and those who like wild rabbit dinners to enjoy this season's pleasures *afe | from the threat of tularemia. Although the precautions may seem troublesome they are actually a small price to pay for freedom from a potentially dangerous disease.* Musicales Plan For Convention In May The monthly meeting of the Monday Musicales was held Rt the home of Mrs. Robert E. Clapp, 303 Eockwell Terrace, on November 12. Mrs. George B. Douglas presided over the business meeting which preceded the program. Further plans for the public concert sponsored by the club lo raise funds for Ihe musical scholarship proiect -were discussed. Arrangements were made to secure the Madrigal Singers, directed by Dr. Ifor Jones, sometimes in April for this concert. Due to the efforts of the National Federation of Music Clubs, the tax on symphony concerts and opera tickets ha* been eliminated An invitation was extended to the club by Mrs. Wouter Van Garrett to hear the National L u t h e r a n chorus at the Lutheran church on Dec. 2. Mrs. Clapp read the following list of chairmen of committees lor the State Federation of Music Clubs Convention to be held in Frederick in May: Decorations. Mrs. John Cramer: programs, Mrs Ignatius Bjprlee. Mrs Douglas. Mrs Frank Lewis, and Mrs, Clapp; transportation. James Etchison: publicity, Mrs Webster Whitehill: hostess, Mrs Stephen Larurley; hospitality. Mrs Lloyd Culler: court- esv resolutions. G. Franklin Urner, Baltimore: dinner and luncheon chairman, Mrs. Francis Sappmg- ton Mrs George Swank, chairman for the evening's orogram, presented Misses Freda Hagen snd Mary Virginia Grams, winner and runnerup of the Musicales' second year of presentation of musical scholarships to young musical talent of Frederick county. Miss Hagen sang "Laughing Song" from "Die Fledermaus" by Johann Strauss, Jr.. and Miss Grams sung "Tales of Vienna Woods" by Johann Strauss Both young sopranos are students at Middlctown High School and were accompanied by i Mrs. Dorothy Freed. teacher of music at Middletown High School. The following program on "American Music" was given: Vocal solo, "Shenandoah," arranged by Dougherty, sung by Donald Leatherman. baritone; vocal trios. "Away to Rio" and "Cape Cod Shanty" sung by Mrs. Garrett, soprano. Miss Helen Shafer, alto, and Mr, Leatherman; vocal trio "The Erie Canal" arranged by Howorth. sung by Kenneth Fogle. tenor, Carroll Hendrickson, Jr.. baritone, and Dr. Curtis Thorme, bass; vocal trio, "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," Nolan, sung by Mrs. William Zimmerman, soprano, Mrs. Shirley Braungart. second soprano, and Mrs. Lloyd Culler, alto; vocal duet, "Dixie" and "Tenting Tonight," arranged by Howard and sung simultaneously by Mrs. Braungart and Mrs. Donald Sullivan .soprano; vocal solo, "A Heart That is Free" by Rohyn, sung by Mrs. Henry Falk, soprano; violin solo, "Stardust," Carmichae), played by Mr. Etchison; vocal trio, "Let There Be Music," arranged by Williams, sunf by Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrg. Braungart and Mrs. Culler. Appreciative thanks were given to Mrs. Frank Lewis. Miss Margaret Kent, and Mrs. Swank, accompanists, for their assistance. Assisting Mrs. Clapp as co-hostesses and co-hosts were Mrs. Swank, Mr. and Mrs. Fogle. Mr. Etchison a-nd Francis LECTURE AT ST. JOSEPH EMM1TSBURG. Nov. 20--Richard Pattee, internationally prominent authority «n th* Spanith world, will lecture at Saint Joseph College November 29, at 7:36 p. m. "The CrUli »» It Looks *Mm Europe" be hi» topic. Economy Stable D«8pite Inflation BALTIMORE, Nov. Despite inflationary pressure* growing out of the defense program, the nation's economy has been remarkably stable, a U. S. Chamber f Commerce official laid today. Imerson P. Schmidt, director of th« chamber's economic re- nearch. gale" that the business outlook if also good lor the next two years. Schmidt ipoke at a conference of saletmen from Maryland *nd nearby states. H« pointed out there ha* been a cutback in some production. For example, h« said, the television turnout in Augurt wa§ 20 per cent below the same month a year ago and radio production for the same period fell off 60 per cent. New housing project* are 24 per cent below the number started · yea- ago. he added. And, Schmidt said, it's a healthy sign that while civilian products ar* being cutback, wage earners are ntill saving Quite a bit of their pay checks rather than spending Mw money on inflated goods. Me wrtimated savings for the second quarter this year »t 9.5 per cent of disposable income after taxes, or an annual rata »f $21,000.000.000. PUBLIC SALE I will cell »* inbH« auction where I Nwidt to Woodsboro. Md., on SATURDAY, DEC. 1, 1951 BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT M A. M. THE FOLLOWING* 1 10-piecp dining room null*. 1 Fri/fidaire electric rungt 1 Friftidaire Refrigerator 1 5 piece chrome breakfast net, 1 kitchen table. 1 kitchen cabinet. 1 white enamel kitchen rtr.gt with oil burners, 1 bureau, 1 vanity with bench, 1 upright piano, J metal bed* and springs. I oak bed. 1 bureau, 2 wash (stand*, 1 mnall blanket chest. 1 metal utility cabinet. 1 medicine cabinet, t ray-o lamp, 1 3-piece living room suite, 3 clothes trees, 1 9x12 rujf, 1 9x12 rug cushion, 1 trunk, 1 eradle. 1 baby crib, 1 »xl2 fibre riif, garden tools, lot of old pictures, lot of dishrg, gome Iron nione china, »o«ne Haviland, several small stands, 2 fibre board wardrobe*, 1 toaster, 1 occasional table, 2 end tablen. lot of rtirtiinn. aeveral rocking chairs, several benches, lot of jar* and other thlnr« loo nnmerou* to mention. TERMS--CASK nalt. GLENN H. LENHART HARRT TROITT, Auctioneer EMORY CUTSHAt,!,. Clerk PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY (SOME ANTIQUES) CONDUCTED BY NULL AND NULL AUCTIONEERS T the undersigned will Hell where I renide located in the western section of Poolesville (three door* from Ward'H raraje) In Montgomery County, Mr!., on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1951 BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 10:30 O'CLOCK A. M. THE FOLLOWING TO-WIT: 1 Crosley fl-ft, Rrfrijrerator, 1 washing machine. 1 Vlctrola and records. 1 old corner cupboard, 1 old wooden churn. 1 cook stove. 1 wood stove, 1 oil stove, 1 portable oil heater, 2 Ice boxes, 7 double beds, J double eol, 1 single cot. 10 rocker*, »ome arm chairs, any amount of straight hack chnirs, 5 table*, several card tables, 1 library table, 1 couch, several scatter nips, fteveral waah stands, bureaus and mirrors, lot of pictures of ail kinda, 1 desk and chair, several radios, 2 old trunks, 1 fibre hall runner, 5 pair* of ice skates, 3 pairs of boat oars, any amount of china and irlass ware, also some willow ware and eooklnjr utensils, lot nf «Id vases, 15 old kerosene lamps of all description, K old B. * H. lamps, 10 old lanterns, lot of demijohns, «ome old cherry seeders, lot of flre arms Including old rmif.ke.ls and German rifles, 1 hmth tiih, 1 old side saddle, 2 old straw knivea, S jrarden plowa, 1 pair of platform scales. 1941 PONTIAC STATION WAGON Hundreds of miscellaneous articles not mentioned- Lunch and Refreshment* »erveH on premlswi TERMS OF SALE--CA§H with elerk on aal« d»y and no property removed until paid for. Inspection only on sale day. C. RAYMOND BEALL, Owner POOI.ESVILLE, MI». JOHN W. KttLL * PELBERT S. NULL, Auctioneer! Frederick, Md. H. M. "BITCK" ALEXANDER, Clerk Get Well QUICKER Frya Y»or C -, the Sensational A-C factor in the New Intensified AMAZINGLY QUICKIt ACTING INCMPJBLY M08I IFFICTIVf CHECK THESE FEATURES COOKING WITH GAS I* · QUICK · CLEAJV · DEPENDABLE · ECONOMICAL BcyoiUl «· Main VM "BrettMU" FREDERICK GAS CO,, Inc. Tel. 28? S Box 3*8 HOBPIXAL AIB TODAY EXECUTORS' SALE OF VALUABLE FEE-SIMPLE REAL PROPERTY AND PERSONAL PROPERTY Pursuant to an order of the Orphan*' Court irf Frederick County, passed on the 5th day of November. 1951, and by virtue of the power of sale contained in the last Will and Testament «f Charles H. Hoffman, deceased, the undersigned Surviving Executors will offer at public sale on the premise* one (1) mile South of Loys Station, two 2) mile North at Creaxeratown. Frederick County, Maryland, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1951 at twelve (12:00) o'clock, noon, the following described pernonal property, lo-wlt: 2 old wagons, one horse wagon. 159 hale* hay. one bale of barb wire. 3 saws, one bushel of poUtoe*. lot of jarred fruit, 4 bedroom chairs, old wood bed. o*k bureau, umali vaa*. t drawer walnut spool cabinet, oil lamp, old rope bed, blanket chest, 5 gal. can of kerosene, walnut lap desk, chestnut corner cupboard, gralvanized bushel measure, old stove. 2 rockers, kitchen table, small table radio, clock, and -many other articled too numerous to mention. REAL ESTATE Immediately following the sale of the above personal property, on the premises, on the above date, the Surviving Executors will offer at public sale, all that real estate consisting of seven (7) room frame house, in jfood state of repair, improved with electricity, metal roof and outbuilding*, poultry house, corn crib, stable and well, being; all that real estate consisting of 85 acres more or less of which the said Charles H. Hoffman, died sefied and possessed, four (4) acres is in woodland and balance i* tillable. For further title reference see Liber S.H.H. No. 13 Folio S2Z one of the Land Records of Frederick County, Maryland. TERMS OF SALE: Personal Property--CASH. For the real estate S750.00 at the time of the s*l«; the balance upon ratification of the sale by the Orphans' Court of Frederick County. Possession upon ratification and payment in full of the purchase price. Taxes to he adjusted to date of sale. Conveyancing- eosts including all United States Internal Revenue and State of Maryland Relief Stamps at the expense of the purchaser. GEORGE HOFFMAN WILLIAM KEMP Surviving Executors »f the. Estate of Charles H. Hoffman, deceased. EARL H. HOFFMAN, Auctioneer RAYMOND L. KEL1LT, Clerk Sfrength For Today By Earl L. LEARNING VERSUS WISDOM There is a vast difference between information and educator. Some entirely ignorant people are walking encyclopedias of information. They have « mass of facts in their head* but Whey never seem to be able to relate these facts to the practical issues ot life in a helpful fashion. Educators are in the habit of saying that In the learning process a person must not only acquire knowledge of a fact but must un r derrtand the meaning of that fact. And the "meanings'," as they are called, are what make the difference between a person possessing information as contrasted with a person having real wisdom. In fact it can be said that wisdom is the ability to use knowledge helpfully. It is most arresting to contemplate fche fact that Christianity, mighty in Its influence upon every aspect of. life for the last 2,000 years, was started by a group of people none of whom had formal education. Our Lord's. education was probably not any more than what would have been equal to a high school education in his day. His disciples for the most part appeared to have lacked what we would call today even grammar school education. Intellect and intelligence are not PUBLIC SALE rh« aunt thing. Knowtodpe *nd wisdom «r« not synonymotu tcitna. Wisdom is knowledge in action. (Copyrirht Bubcon N«wsp*p*r *yn(.) Women's Clubs Iiewistown Club "Wisdom i* the principal thing, therefore get wisdom; and with all thy getting get understanding." This thought was recalled by th* president, Mrs. R. Paul Buhrman of the Lewistown Homemmkers Club to-open their regular monthly meeting, held at the nome of the president, on Wednesday last. Twenty-two'members responded to roll call with Mrs. Louis Teed being welcomed as a member. She was presented with a tulip ,bulb, which will grow and blossom in the club's colors. Mrs. Ralph Grinder read the Scripture and lead in prayer, followed by silent prayers for the sfck members of the club. The demonstration "Lighting the Study Cmbut,* TM flvwi bjj 1 Horn* Demonstration Ae«nt, Miss Beatrice Fehr. The discussion flowed freely, which i« proof that henc« forth much more thought will be given to the height of lamp, the shade, the bulb and etc., necessary to work properly without eye strain. Mrs. Paul Wise spoke briefly on International Relations, with the promise of a round table discussion irt a meeting in the near future. Director'* report was given by MM. H. Clifford Kelly, special attention bting called to the free chest and x-ray mobile to be in the county from November 12, to December 18. Report of the Citizens Association food sale held recently were given and $178.25 resulting ac net profit. Recreation. was in charge of Mrs. Florence Kelly, followed by the penny march. The club sister exchange and * Christmas program will be held »t the home of Mrs. George Arnold on December 19, at 7:30. AH metntaft *r« requested to bring a ten-cent gift for Santa Claus' distribution. Committees for '1052 w*r* appointed as follows: Foods and nutrition. Mrs. Clarence Warner and Mrs. Walter Heckert; clothing, Mrs. Clarence Schultz and Mrs. Guy Stull; home furnishing. Mrs. Ralph Grinder and Mrs. H. Clifford Kelly; home management. Mrs. Albert Powell; health: Miss Frances Snook and Mrs. Ira Rippeon; community life membership, Mrs. Alton Williar, Mrs. Julia Wilhide. Mis Sylvia Eyler. Mrs. Jonas Burrier and Mrs. Alton Powell: recreation, Mrs. Florence Kelly: reading, Mrs. George Arnold; music, Mrs. Randolph Stull and Mrs. Ray Baer; art, Mrs. Weldon Harper; international relations, Mrs. Paul Wise; garden, Mrs. Sterling Lenhart; program, Mrs. H. Clifford Kelly, Mrs. Guy Stul.1, Mrs. Paul Wise and Mrs. Norman Frye; historian, Mrs. Randolph Stull; publicity. Mrs. (Meniw BE. B* { short course, Mn. Guy VtnlL HEARING AID PHILOSOPHY' A hearing aid is Jim as sitisfacto to the user as the service erl jUmly available. Your hearlne ,f needs (pod fresh batteries, so*-: tlmei a broken or detective ci 1 replaced or set repaired. Patt« Izine a Frederick Hrm assures da service and free loaner if neede FREDERICK REARING AID CENTER Phone S4Z 4 W. Patrick Nog k« Cr*om, at « Speck?/ Swlitgi PUBLIC SALE The undersigned, intending to quit i housekeeping, will sell at his residence located on the Johnsville-New Midway road, 2 miles from New Midway, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1951 At 1 O'clock P. M.. The Following: One range, 2 tables, sink safe, 6 plank bottom chairs, large old-fashioned chest, bureaus, cedar chest, 5 beds and springs, stands, bed clothes, day bed, laving room suite, cot, radios, rocking chairs, carpeting, vic- trola and records, Edison cylinder- type talking machine and records, lot of canned fruit, oil stoves, lot of dishes, cooking utensils, carpenter tools, blacksmith tools, sausage xtuf- fer. pressure cooker. Pullman chair, electric washing machine, hand washing machine, lamps of all kinds, electric iron. 8-day clocks, cross-cut saws, in hives of honey bees and many other articles. Terms: Cash HARRY T. HOFFMAN Trout, auctioneer Saylor, clerk COMMUNITY SALE Every Wednesday evening at 7 00 p. m. in building to rear of 238 West Fifth St. The following mdse. will be sold thin week. 15x15 wool rug. new: table top electric stove, another electric stove, 3 pc. living room suite, new 23 tublar rifle, new 20 gauge 3 shot, shotgun, both perfect; Home Comfort kitchen range, hke new; wooden wardrobe, modern and very good; painted dinette set. new Sessions wall clock, kitchen cabinet, kitchen cupboard. (2) 9x12 rug pads, baby crib, good: bassinette, child's high chair, stroller, single bed and box springs. pr. of metal single beds complete, 4 chrome chairs. 3 pc. walnut bedroom suite, good: double bed, end table. commode table new; coffee table, table model radio and record player combination. 2 occaslonnl chairs, magazine rack, new hassock, fluorescent desk light, chiffonier, dressers, ·wood- en breakfast set, vpry good, chest, bureau, single cot and mattress, combination library table and desk, walnut dining room suite. 4 spindle back can* seated Victorian chairs, 2 burner oil heater, very good; Hoover vacuum, few tovs. tilt-back rocker, throw rugs, commode and watcrback. door, buffet kitchen utensils, dishe-;. cedar chest. very good: many other larse piece? of furniture not listed and miscellaneous Park on West 5th St , and walk thru a large lane directly to warehouse. If you have furniture to t-c\\ cnll at 5 East 7th St. or phone 2B5R. No consignment too large or too 'small Reasonable commission, truck available, building heated. Warehouse opens 2 p m. day of sale Don't forget the damaged freight and furniture isle Frdsy night, Nov. 23 at 7:00 p. m. JOHN L. PONTON Auctioneer BUTTERSCOTCH ROYALE Tarty butterscotch, twirled brio nnoafh, creamy S*alte«t vonitta ice cr«MU Icy H4 You'll love Ht "or Real Economy Get the S DAY S A L ! HALF.OALLON w Mat November 2O to Ask lor Seafoeot Egg Nog fee Cream at your dealer's today. Made of only the finest, pure ingredients, Sealtest Egg Nog Ice Cream has the exciting flavor of the holiday season. "And it's o r«i/ Weiover, too --for family desserts, portiec or unexpected } At* ; ''"'··"·''/* iw.fc.iss.. ^ . .;i..£xSiSxi ROEBUCK AND CO. climax Thanksgiving dinners ... treat holiday well-wishers to these thrifty, easily served favorites rich, spicy . . . laden with fruits and nuts! Barbara Jane FRUIT CAKE 5-lb. box Plump, lender fruits, crisp pecans, fragrant spices blended in a rich dark bai- ter. Watch family and guests go for this creation. Few desserts as tempt- jmgr cost so Httle and ar« so .easy to serve. Buy several. Orchard -- A Spicy F R U I T CAKE FAVORITE Smooth delicious hatter laden with cherries, raisins, citrus peels, citron and pecans. In a metal tin. Ideal for yourself and for gifts. 5 POUNDS 3-49 Supreme -- Our Best FRUIT C A K E Delectable, dark spicy batter laden with fruit and peca-n meats. Topped with cherries and pecan*. Packed in reusable metal tin. S POUNDS 4-69 Bring the Kiddies Downtown to See Santa Claus Fit, Nov. 23,2 P. M., Free Candy Sponsored by Retail Division Frederick Chamber of Commerc* 12 W. PATRICK ST. FREDERICK, MD. PHONE 1*M APPLES Grimes--Delicious Stayman--Yorks Sweet Cider WALKER ORCHARD Mt. Airy 74-J BICYCLES "Buy The Best" SCHWINN--All Models ' INDIAN LIGHTWEIGH Gear Shift Models SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD 'TIL XMAS Blick's Cycle Sho 413 N. Market St. 1961-J -- Open 9 'Till 9 NOTICES EXECUTRICES' NOTICE ... This is to give notice that the a SI scnbers have obtained from the J phans' Court of Frederick County, Maryland, letters Testamentary the estate of REBECCA BELLE MINKER , late of Frederick County. Marylal deceased. All persons having clafl against the deceased are warned | exhibit the same, with the vouch I thereof, legally authenticated, to I subscribers, on or before the 1st tl of June, 1952 next: they may othl wise by law be excluded from all be f fit of said estate. Those indebte the deceased are desired to make| mediate payment. * . Given under our hands this 3i| day of October, 1951. | KATHERINE GERTRUDE MINK I MARGUERITE LOUISE HICKM.I And MARY JANE STORM William M. Storm, Attorney Trus Copy -- Test: . HARRY D. HADCLU! Register of Wills fcl Frederick County, 51 dOct 30. Nov. 6, 13. 20, EXECUTORS' NOTICE Thi» is to give notice that u.-,^ scnbers hav» obtained from the-si phans' Court of Frederick Count" Maryland, letters Testamentary" th« estate of JAMES H GAMBRILL. JR. late ot Frederick County. Marylai. deceased. All persons having clai 1 against the deceased are warned " exhibit the same, with the vouchi thereof, legally authenticated, to t subscribers, on or before the 24th d of May. 1952 next: they may oth wise by law be excluded from benefit of said estate. Those indebt to the deceased are desired to ma immediate payment. Given under our hands this 22 day of October, 1951. JAMES H. GAMBRILL. 3rd « t SUSAN MAY LANE. Execi? Parsons Newman. Attorney Tru« Copy--Test: HARRY D RADCLIFF,« Register of Wills for Frederick County. K dOct. 23. 30, Nov. 6, 13, 20 EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE This is to give notice that the »u scriber has obtained from the C phans' Court of Frederick County. Maryland letters Testamentary on tl estate of HERMAN WEENER late of Frederick County. Marylan deceased All persons having clair against the deceased are warne exhibit the same, with me v o u * . thereof, legally authenticated, to tl subscriber, on or before the 24 day of May. 1952 next; they mt otherwise by law be excluded from t- benefits of said estate. Those indep ed to the deceased are deslrea to mal immediate payment. , Given under my hand this 22nd Ai of October, 1951. SONIA S. WEENES Executrix William M Storm, Attorney True Copy--Test: HARRY D. RADCLIFF, Register of Wills for Frederick County. Md. dOct. 23. 30, Nov. 6, 13, UJ BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Notice is hereby given by th Board of Zoning Appeals that it wi hold a public hearing on MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 19S1 at 7:OO P. M. la Board of Aldermen Room. thln| floor, City Hall en an appeal known a* CALENDAR NO. 24T filed by SOLANB W. HARBAUGH, OWNER For FREDERICK TRANSIT COMPANY for th« purpose ot w Installing 1 -- 1,000 jral. undergrouai gas tank for private use in rear of 114 W. Patrick St. In a Residential Use "B" Area BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS dNov. 20, 21 BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS Notice is hereby given by the Boart of Zoning Appeals that it will hoU « public hearing on MONDAY, DECEMBER J, l»Bl at 7:00 p. m. tn Board of Aldermen Room, third floor. City Hall en an appeal known M CALENDAR NO. 34H filed by ' CHARLBS T. STALKY, «WKZ» For CONWAY'S VALLEY BUtCTRlC for the purpose 1C IiMrtalling 1--55S *»1. uadftr*muat jt*s Umk for orivit» us* In a Buslneis Ust "A" Ar* BOARD «T ZOtnWG APPEALS, NFWSPAPFK!

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