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Deaths JOSEPH NERI Joseph Neri, 73, husband of Rachael McDonough Neri, 112 Prospect Road, Mt. Airy died at Frederick Memorial Hospital Wednesday at 6:30 a.m. He was born in Italy a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Neri. He owned and operated a barber shop in Kensington, Md., for 40 years and was a member of the Kensington Fire Company and the American Legion, ,iso in Kensington. Surviving him are his wife, one son, Anthony Neri, Minnesota and a sister, Mrs. Phyllis Colette, Washington. Six grandchildren also survive. Friends may call at the M. R. Etchison and Son Funeral Home, 108 East Church street today and Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will le held at the funeral home, Saturday at 2 p.m. The Rev. Horace C. DuBois pastor of the Barnesville B ip- tist church will officiate. Burial will be in the Methodist ceni.-- tery, Hyattstown. ALBERT II. LEITH Albert H. Leith, 83, of Boyds died Tuesday ai the Resinor Sanitarium and Hospital, Bethesda. He was a retired farmer He is survived by his wife, Mary Leith; eight daughters, Mrs. Virginia Taylor, and Mrs. ·:stelle Welch, Middleburg, Va.; Miss Eppie Leith, Poolesville; Mrs. Katie Monroe and Mrs. Dora Benton, Rockville; Mrs. Nellie Baker and Mrs. Cora Baker, Waterford, Va.; and Mrs. Alice Smith, Poolesville; four sons, Thomas Leith, and Charles l.cith, Boyds; Anderson Leith. Poolesville; and Franklin Leith, Lexington Park. Friends may call at the Hilton Funeral Home, Barnesville, ^'·here services will be held Fr- dav at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Middleburg 'Ymctery, Middleburg, Va. Roy L. Comer Comer Named (Continued From Pai'.e One) town f i r m was awarued the contract for the addition to Liberty Elementary School. Cultural (Continued From Page One) Miss Casella's Indian exhibit will be open to the public on Thursday, Oct. 5, from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. A special invitation will be sent to Boy Scouts, community organizations, colleges and other interested groups. Miss Evelyn Swarthout will be the second artist in the series with two one-hour commentary-piano recitals on Oct. 12, at 10 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. Miss Swarthout will be returning for a second time on the program series. She is head of the piano faculty at American University. Lady Sarah Lou Carter, wife of the Ambassador of Guyana, will lecture at two one-hour pro grams on Oct. 26, at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Lady Carter will use an exhibit from her embassy along with her lecture. She will acquaint the students with her country and will touch upon : »s THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Page A-5 Thursday, September 7. 1M7 LOCAL MENTIONS I Norman S. Early and Son re- pas t present and future, ceived the contract after their Robert L. Pitts, director bid of $162,500 was recommend- o f tne cultural Sears 'i Price Sale Craftsman Rechargeable Cordless Shavers Buy now for Christmas, -choose your shaver with a double rotary shaving head or a flat shaving head. Current converter included in price. Was $24.98 Now only $12.49 complete. SEARS 12 W. Patrick St. LOCAL MENTIONS Let Us Clean Your Home B. S. W. ENTERPRISES Call 371-7730 6:30 To 8 P.M. ed bv the architects. the programs Hut the board voted not to n- involve every elude alternate No. 1, a bus unloading canopy. The cost w i l l come to $21 programs, said this year will school child in Frederick County. He also pointed out that emphasis is a placed upon an educational kit OPEN HOl'SE SUNDAY -- Feagaville Lutherans will hold open house at their new parsonage Sunday afternoon. The Rev. George W. Wilt a".d Mrs. Wilt of York, Pa. plan to move Fall Yard Goods For School Fall Sewing Pen Ink Prints 69c Yd. Gingham Plaids-69c Yd. Printed Sail Cloth-69c Yd. | Dress Denim-79c Yd. Indianhead Material-89c Yd. , Heavy Suede Cloth-89c Yd. Simplicity Patterns, Plus a | Complete Lane of Sewing No, tions. i WATKINS 5 10 CENT STORE Mt. Airy, Md. Back - to College Henry's has everything you'll need for Back-to-College this fall. 1 Sportswear, dresses, Wrang] ler jeans, and all types of fem. inine apparel just right for fe- ' male scholars. For you college males, Henry's has the latest in western style and dress up jeans, long sleeve sportshirts. casual and ! dress slacks, and numerous i other male accessories. ! HENRY'S 1 17-19 N. Market St. into the new home next week. The Rev. Wilt has accepted a call from the parish to become its regular pastor quare foot, which is higher than preparing the students in ad- previous years according to the vance for what they will se\ well as being used for fol- nrchitects. The construction as well as will include low-up activity. In addition to the Governor Thomas Johnson School, many board 01 the programs will visit other Frederick Countv school audi- an incinerator and boiler which added to cost. Also at the meeting, member Mrs. Mary C. Hodgson, requested a report on condition toriums, including of textbooks being used at. the High. Middletown, schools. She showed a math book Coimtiaiis Get Towns Have Open House $321,789 In No Water Planned At SS Belief its Problems L-nganore and Brunswick High. Pitts also announced that this which was in poor condition witn year emphasis would be placed pages missing, but was en participation bv community still being schools. The first social securitv Municipalities in Freder i c k Frederick monthly disability benefits were County are experiencing no wa- Thurmont, paid ou t ten years ago to a to- ter problems this month even tal of 14a,850 disabled people though there has been no rain throughout the country. for the past 11 town used in one of *ne in the area (·ays. In the 10-year period 1957 to 5j ea rlv all organizations, colleges, teach- 11-67, the number of disability a . e overflowing due to the ers of music and related fields, beneficiaries in the nation has lncnes O f ra in that fell in The hiring ol more half-time In fact parents and the public risen to 1,097.190, according to teachers on a regular basis to relieve the teacher shortage torium will permit. Feagaville The Feagaville Parish of St. Lake's and M*. Zion Lutheran ^nurches will hold an open house at its new parsonage on unday afternoon. ihe recently-completed house Card of Thanks j I wish to thank Dr. Meadors,; nurses and nurses aides for i their attention and kindness I while a patient at the hospital 1 also many thanks to my friends' for their gifts, visits and cards received while there. Also the. United Fire Dept. for their ambulance. ALLEN WILLIAMS Card of Tbanks I wish to extend my deepest appreciation to my family and friends for the food, flowers and lovely cards sent me and 'other acts of kindness during ithe illness and death of my James C. Burgee. Again Thanks MOTHER, C. PEARLE BURGEE , son, Price Increase Oct. 1 World Book Encyclopedia World's Largest Seller Representatives Needed MRS. CONSTANCE MERCER 845-8558 After 3 P.M. Sale - Barn Cleaner 40 Stall Cornell chain barn cleaner power unit will be sold at the Thomas Estate Auction on WED., SEPT. 13. See will be "invited insofar as the W. S. King, social security dis- seating capacity of the audi- trict manager in Hagerstown. discussed. Eight teachers are now working morning or afternoon shifts in four elementary schools --Elm Street, Middletown, Lewis-, town and Myersville. Mrs. Charlotte Smith, supervisor of elementary education, said the increased hiring rf teachers on a half-time basis 11 Point (Continued From I age One) school board, the executive committee said. Other parts of the program "In the same period, the number of disability beneficiaries in Frederick County has risen 10 287. The amount of benefits paid las; year was $321.780." said. Thurmont Considers Recording Its Charter THURMONT -- Town officials last nieht agreed to have a pre- will relieve teacher shortages include a health insurance plan, a disabled child and $215 for a I'minary survey made concern- and allow work for more teach- severance pay program, close reservoirs 7.J1 the county last month. The only town contacted that (iocs not have water running over its reservoir spillway is Brunswick where Ihe water level is down only an inch from tie top. The local weatherman says large ad Sept. 9 12 for loca- just off U.S. ~340 on Willis Derr t10 "- Craftsmanship in Painting Interior Exterior Phone 663-C116 Wm. D. Boweis Lumber Co. FREE ESTIMATES Ail Work Done By Area s Best Pointers Satisfaction Guai antetd .voad in Feagaville will be open ,-om 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. ine parisn, whucn has been ..ithout the services of a regular pastor since July ,il wnen the Rev. Leo H. Naughton resigned to enter social ministry, also announced that the Rev. George W. Wilt of York, r a . has accepted the call as new- Henry's Maternity Dresses Clearance of Better dresses for the Lady in waiting. Val. to 12.98 Now 3.99 - 5.99 Maternity Tops -- Now 1.99 HENKY'S 17-19 N. Market St. PIANO INSTRUCTION Mrs. Milton Puziss announces re-opening of music Studio. Lessons now being scheduled. Call 662-2595 there is no rain in sight for the pastor of the parish. The Rev. The average amount monthly benefits today is for a disabled worker; $52 of for and Mrs. Wilt will move into ihe new parsonage on S^pt. 14. He will begin his pastoral duties tracted by me. ins, recodification of the town's charter and ordinances. Obey N. Erlenmeyer, regional mana7er of the General Code Publishing Corporation of River- classroom dale, was authorized to conduct ent in the the survey and report the town council. ers who cannot work full-time for various reasons. Mrs. Smith hopes the h a l f time program will fill the two ollowup of the constitutional convention and a code of ethics. It also cal's for the FCTA to "ecome active in bringing a- disabled worker, his wife, and one or more children. Unlike retirement and medicare, which are for people 65 and over, disability vacancies ^still pros- bout ^ fair housing programs in benefits can be paid at any age under 65 as long as the exec- worker has worked long enough next several days, just sunny skies and more autumn-like v'_ather. The high temperature this afternoon should be about 78 de- erees following Wednesday's high of 80 degrees and an over- benetits ni §ht low of 55, according to the cep t the realignment proposal official weather checking sta- O f the study committee to di- tion here. Low temperatures toni g h t. Notice I will not be responsible for any debts other than those con- Family Fun Night AMERICAN LEGION Woodsboro, Md. Every TUES. night 8 P.M. Door Prize here on Sept. 15. The congregations of the former Jetferson Lutheran Parish voted in March of 1963 to ac- GEORGE WM. BIDLE R.F.D. 1, Frederick, Md. vide. St. Paul's Church of Jefferson became an independent school system, after back to the board approved 20 teachjr appointments and 30 appoint- . i- Frederick County. At the meeting MSTA following mild, sunny weather par j s h and St. Luke's and Mt __ , . . . . . . i- Erlenmeyer said it would pro- rnents pending. hably cost a m i n i m u m of S3.500 to hav Thurmont's charter and ordinances brought up to date. In other action, the commissioners agreed to relocate a 220 Smith said the results foot section of Doll Road inclutl- program which began ing removal of a sharp curve In the half-time program, the same class is taught by one teacher in the morning and another in the afternoon. M r s . of the on a verv limited basis three years utive secretary, Milson C. Rav- un d e r social security to be in- 40s or. complimented the FCTA for sure d. Generally, he is insured its action in last spring's teach- ci boycotts. "The way you went about made it successful." he said. "It took courage and perserver- fifice and vou -von." The W. F Delauter Construe- ago have been favorable. he has credit for 5 years of work in the 10-year period 't preceding his disability. At the present time, 56 million workers and their wives and children -- or 87 percent todav. should be in the upper followed by continued sun- md fair weather Friday with in the middle 70s. nv highs tion Firm of Thurmont was authorized to complete the project at a cost of S2.480. Swarms Of Oirkets Mak Roads Slippery E L CENTRO. Calif ( A P -Roads were slippery from cr.di- ets today after swarms of iho insects invaded th t . Impe'-al In addition to the room teacher slots. two class- the bonid its report on the crisis. n Federation of Teachers for also has three guid a n c e caring only about welfare ideas counselors and six special edu- and not thinking of the school cation vacancies to fill vacancies Fourteen teacher resignations were accepted by the board to- dav. The board also met the direc'or of logistics for school system. Col. Gilbert U. Newbv. ".Newby is the former p-ograrn. He said the National Education Association has become mare aggressively militant and new has at times supported strikes, the But he said the NEA has not truck illegally like the AFT. Driver Hurt In Crash On U.S. 15 A Rockville motorist was admitted to Frederick Memorial tw °- Hospital last night following a t i a i n c accident along U.S. 15 Hist west of Licksville. Hospital authorities said J. M. Bartee. -17, was admitted to the age and finance the worker'.- hospital tor observation with a 65 --- are protected against los^ of income should the wage earner become disabled. The goal of the social security disability program is fo'ld: to help replace part of the earnings lost to a f a m i l y when the wage earner can no longer work, and to encour- to ' I i r x . i - l . 3 i i i v c a ^ i ^ v i n i f . i i . j j t . . i . - Vallev f o l l o w i n g weekend deputy commander of Fort Dei- The California H i g h w a y Pa- fol w a r n e d m o t o r i s t s t h it crickets, crushed by m o t o r \e!u- u a s cles. had lef. highways daii'.'o. - ous. Special road c r o w s weiv called out Wednesday to clear o.'f roads S-me street hg'i; were turned off in order not to · ttract the insects. Apprtito /oom D E N V E R , Colo ( A P ) Appetites in the children's w a r d $;).,-,;; A l u m i n u m Athletic at Colorado General Hospital Equipment Co . $75.20. R. P. Clarke Co.. $1.78090: Colonial rick Ho was appointed to UK- new post three days ago. \lso at the meeting a report fen on portable cl is- rooms and Tolbert F Law j, or. s u p e r v i s o r of school f a c i l i t i e s , said t h a t one had been d e l i v e r e d to T h u r m o n t and two to Middle- K t w n . The bids for incandescent and fluorescent lamps was awarded to the Frederick Trading Company at a bid of S9.8H5.06. Bids w r r o also awarded for physical education equipment to " t h e Acme Cotton Company. Personals "have zoomed since the usual steam delivery cart was converted into a ranch-type chuck- wapon ·omploto w i t h cam as canopy resembling the pion.-er c vrred v\a^on City Adds New 4-Way Stop Motorists d r i v i n g eas or wrs! along Madison Street t h i s w i v k have found they now must s t o p for signs at the Center Mreet intersection T h e city's f o u r t h , f o u r w a v stop intersection at Madison and Center Streets, was established earlier this week to help cut down on the number of acci- ' dents that have occurred there Before this week, motorists had to stop only at the intersection if they were d r i v i n g .north or south on Center Street Major Charles V. M a i n , chi'.if of police, says the four-way ston at Madison and Center will do much to curb the number of accidents there. S.") far this year, seven t r a f - fic accidents have occurred in - the intersection, two of which .resulted in injuries to -Irivrrs and passengers As at all four w a y stop i n t e r sections, the motorist on ih: right has the right-of-way af'.-r · coming to a complole stop . The city's other f o u r - w a y intersections are located at W c t Second and West College T"r- race; Baughman's I^ne an'l the Shookstown Road, and South Carroll Street and C l a r k e 'Mav n CHIVE « 5 0* 5 i « Soar iw*^ unsms Co.. $1,78090: Music Shop, S 2 4 0 2 ' , and Eddi- I .eonard Sporting Goods Company. S:«»7.4(). ii.oon c\si'\i/riKS NEW OKI.HI i A P i -- Monsoon floods h a v e drowned 19I 1 persons in L'ttar Pradesh state and eastern I n d i a and closed the t o u r i s t road from New Delhi to the Taj M a h a l Mr and Mrs John J Carbaugh Jr. of Thurmont. recently attended the graduation of their son, Pvt. John Carbaugh, from U S. Corp training at Parris Island. S.C. Mr and Mrs I.iwrence G Harne of Thurmont also atten.i- the ceremonies. Pvt Car- bauph is now stationed at Camp t h i n g s don't LeJeune. N.C. and in October Hi can start w i l l attend technician's school in S'an Diego. C a l i f . His brother, Cpl. Woodrow F. Carbaugh, is servrig w i t h the Marine Corps f a m i l y . n Hawaii. rehabilitation and return work whenever possible. Over the past ten years, the disability program has hel-i.-d a lot of people through a d i f - ficult time in iheir lives Wher a man becomes disa b 1 e d t h r o u g h illness or an accident and knows he w i l l be unable Stevon to work for a long t i m e - m:iv- M a r m e be never -- his entire world seems to crumble But w!un he- can count on that check over- month, and in many cases. -u rehabilitation services. t o o, ook so hopeless a d j u s t i n g to and o v e r c o m i n g h i s d i s a b i h t v v v i 1 1 , out the constant worry about how he is going to support ('is Wa\ L O S \ N G K L E S i A I : » - T l u record heat of Los Angeles continues w i t h a n 84-ve'ir m a r k overtaken For ihe With day in a r o w , Among The Sick Mrs Paulino ' l u r n o r , Socon 1 Street, has boon ted to the W a s h i n g t o n h o s p i t a l f o r o h s e i v a t i o n laceration of the scalp and neck pains. Tfc. Norman G. McBride said Bartee was injured about 10:30 p m. as he was driving north £ long U.S. 15 The trooper said Bartee iold h i m another car forced him off ( h o r o a d w a v Bartee's car ran oil the right side of the high- vay. crossed the road a n d i ammed into a Jirt embankment D a m a g e to Bartee's 1967 stat i o n wagon was $45(1 No c'larges wore preferred. About " 02 t m Wednesday au accident occui red along I* S ;ii about a mile and ine-halt nest ·( Frederick Tli Kov I Hood said the ac- i idont o c c u i r o d w h e n a t r a c t o r i i a i l e r d r i v e n cast 'w Rov D ;{us-.cn ', ; i I F a e t t e v i l l e N C. i ,!ii i n t o tne i r a i 't a car d n v i n h I.onmo ','. -it O a k l a n d D a m a g e to d a n w a s viO'i Zion of Feagaville joined into a dual parish. The Feagaville parishoners began planning to I build a parsonage. Ground breaking ceremonies for the building were held last April 9 with the Rev. Dr. J. Frank Fife, president of ihe Maryland Synod, delivering the sermon. The four-bedroom and t w o- bath structure was designed by Joseph W. Urner, architect. Builders were Marshall Flook and Roger Fulmer. Th e house, features oil-fired forced hot water baseboard heat and complete central air conditioning. A large recreation room is in the basement. .Man Suffers Staple Wound In His Arm A Frederick man was treated ' · t Frederick Memorial Hospital I Wednesday alternoon for a taple gun wound of the arm. State Police today said Thom- -·s B. Slifer Jr . " 2 4 of West Patrick Street, was treated and released from the hospital following -he accident about '?:45 j) in Police said Slifer. an em- ploye of Mercury Enterprises ! n c , Buckevstown. was injured u h i l e a t w o r k . The staple gun, being held .iv G a r v Kliop of Frederick, discharged and lodged a two- inch staple into Slifer's right ;'.r;v NOTICE Registration For Toe, Tap, Ballet Modern Jazz CINDY'S TOE TAP STUDIO 625 North Market St. 663-4451 Foam Rubber Center RELIABLE JUNK CO. 5th East Sts. Cut To Size While You Wait We Sell Naugahyde Phone 663-4482 Painting With Brush Barn, Roof Minor Repair Excellent References CL 3-3062 AFTER 5 P.M. Fall Winter Ceramic Work Shops Now Forming Serving The Public For Over 9 Years Call 663-5878 For Information TEG'S CERAMIC SHOP JAYCEE Chicken Barbecue Sunday. Sept. 10, 1967 12 Noon Until 7:TO P.M. At Thurmont Firemen's Carnival Grounds Fair Time! Plan your exhibit with Creative Signs GROFF SIGN STUDIO Rear 904 East St. 662-6266 Trash Removal Residential, Commercial Industrial For daily pickup call Sanitary Disposal of Frederick Phone 662-6363 Peaches J. H. Ha'e Elberts Plums Damsons CLABAUGH'S ORCH\RD Phone 271-7382 School Girls! Back to school Haircuts Reduced! Effective AUG. 29 thru SEPT. 13. Reg. $2.50, Now $1.75. MARCEL HAIRSTYLISTS 662-6116 m e r c u r y past 80 18!,: climbed Wednesday tying a record st-t in M i s N e l l i e Kodc M a r k e t , r e t u r n e d d a y fi Din t t - 0 K' ( · : · lal H o s p . t . i l ."k. ol No\' home Mon- · k Memo' M . i t - , h ' s 1!»5 so in 1 t h e r e w a \ ·) i ,o 1'IC)4 t r a c t o r i i d charged Rus- ·" re luce speed F O t ' R - W X V STOP -- I-ocal motorists were inching through th" i t - r v p : - t i o n "f M a d i s ^ n tnd Center s t r e ' t s this morning as they *o hv sums wcrr u n f a m i l i a r w i t h the new four w a v stop sums just erected t h o r ^ The four jva\ stop i n t e r s e c t i n is t h % f o u r t h in the city L O C A L M K . V 1 I O . N S \ttrntion Firemen Frederick City Fire Dept A n n u a l Joint Picnic Wednesday. Sept 13 S t a r t i n g at ." :«) P M Frederick Fan grounds A d m i s s i o n Dues Card COMMITTEE I)r"\s F e s t i v a l H u n d r e d s of brand new f a l l drc-vscs and t r a n s i t i o n a l drosses ·md jumpers Bobbie Brooks. College Town, Rohhio Rivers. Stacy Amos Now 7 00 to 1600 HENRY'S 17 19 N. Market St. Shippers Red Nectarines Bartlett Pears Rambo Apples Prune Plums PRYOR ORCHARD 2 mi. West of Thurmont On Pryor Rd. Phone "271-2693 Hast View Country Fair Shookstown Rd. SEPT 9 from 3 p.m. Until Auction 6 p m . Food-Games-Prizes-Bake Sale R a f f l e Come one, come all, everyone welcome Millie's Lunch i Formerly N o r m a n ' s G r i l l ) LUNCH SPECIAL E V E R Y DAY 80c ALSO D m n o i s . Sandwiches Coffee. Sodas, etc. 66 S M a r k e t St Frederick, Md K i u a n i s :th \ n n u a l Auction K i w a m s C l u b Of Frederick Benefit of Handicapped Children SEIT H 10 A V \t 1 ho J u d g i n g P a v i l i o n Frederick Fair GiounJ.s M a n v lit m-. Now Used R u m m a g e Tablo Rake Stand Refreshment S t a n d Your A t t o n d a n o o W i l l Bo Appreciated Mercer. 1'oole \ Carmat-k I Reunion \ \ a l k e r s v i l l e C a i m v a l Grounds i Sept 10 12 o'clock B r i n g Basket Lunch Smokehouse Apples Plums FLAN 1C,AN ORCHAKD T h u r m o n t . Md 271-2775 Concrete Construction Basomonts. Patios, Walks, Curbs Gutters. Etc Bv Well Qualified Contractor H A R R I S CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION 201 Catoctm Avenue 663 .U26 Mobile Home Repairs Ml Types of Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired ,663-1631 Septic Tank Cl aning NELSON TUCKER 362-8474 MERLE CTSUMMERS Painting, Masonry, Carpentry Spouting, Cement Work Phone 371-6891 Featuring the New Baby Doil Collection of Hair Styles For Fall ECKER'S BEAUTY SALON MO. 2-2471 Charlotte' . Soft Shell Crabs Hard Shell Crabs Pan Fried Chicken Steaks, Seafood Platters CHARLOTTF.'S Walkorsville. Md. 845-665^ Painting Interior Exterior Free Estimate JOHNNY SHANKLE SON Phone 898-9626 - 663-5239 Big Summer Sale! "old Beer Steamed Crabs Soft Crabs ·""old Melors Cook Out Food And Supplier JOHNNY'S MARKET 7th Market Sts. Paper Hanging Woodrow f Bill i Anderson PIPONE 663-1487 Ground Burnt Lime S!2 00 Per Tor Delivered And Spread MOSER'S L I M E PLANT Phone 371-'"10 Dress l"p Youi Home Window Shades, u n m t u 69c Venetian Blinds $3 20 Linoleum, 6' w i d ' h s ft 69c 3 \ 12 Linoleum Rug.- $6. ROUTZ.V.'N S BUDGET C E N T E R 75 South Market St. Henry's Black Top Paving Old Drive Ways. FUched Liquid Sea! Coated 6fi3-97:W5 Cesspools \nd Seplii- Tanks Cleaned. Rep-Mied a o Installed Day or Night Ph B. W DISPUSAI SERVICE Armstrong Floor Severing Prifes.- onally Installed « C a r r y i n g Ch U') To 6 Mo. Visit Our Wallpaoer Dept. SHERWIN Wh.LIAMS CO X E. Patrick, -66-8151 SPAPERf

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