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2 · Northwest Arkansns TIMES, Friclt.y, June 7, 197-1 F A Y E T T E V I L L E . A R K A N S A S Fayetteville Projects Are Listed 'Bicentennial Community' Designation fe Mw Approves Cash Bone! For Projects to be included in nn application for f o r m a l drsit!- n a t i o n of Fayetlcville as a bi- c e n t e n n i a l community were developed Thursday at the second meeting nf the .Meeriln; , ..comniit'cc seeking lo e s t a b l i s h a niceiiteiitii.il Commission. The projects Mic.tiestcd at the session, conducted by Dr. B ' a i r H.iil in the absence of Hob McKirney, c h a i r m a n of Ihe slocrii;-,' committee, i n c l u d e : -- It e s t o r a t i o n p r o j e c t s already underway, i n c l u d i n g 'he K i d p e House and the W a s h i n g ton County Courthouse. --Hotlislcr of h i M o r i c siie:s in Ihe c o u n t y - dosiL'natioM of Washington Ayenue as a h i s t o r i c m-iehbt'ihond; and t : - t a b l K h - m e n t of a J u n i o r l l i s i o r i a n Society, pro.iocls beini; developed by the Washington Coimtv H i s t o r i c a l Society. --Preparation of d o c u m e n t a r y NEW YORK STOCKS Opening Prices Furnished by A, n. Edwardi Son Ark Best Corp A i n c r Tel Tel Ark La Gas Baldwin Campbell Soup Centra] · K W Chrysler Del Monte D i l l a r d s Kasco A G Bdwarcis i^merson Kxxon Ford Frontier Air Gen Growth Gen Mtrs Gordon Jewelry lull I l a r v . . . . ' , I T-Ii I m p e r i a l J C Penney Levi Strauss: Lint; Temco Marciir Pan Am World Air Phillips Pclrci P i z z a Corp Pizza Hut Ralston ·iv:» w, 31!'·;, \3\ 13 7 » U1V2 ' ;V ; 7 * 11 ''.'t 2 1 3 i ft''» 'II- 1 !, (I!! 1 ]"'; . fr!» :us 27'.i - - C ' o n i m i i n i l y ae some nT t h e e \ i s ' i n ^ social problems. \ v i l h e m p h n s U on pro-ec's w h i c h v . i l ! tie p c r m a n ent and i H C o n i f t h e Hic!'iMVi)iii;.| ^e voui noted tin; proicets Office be i n c l u d e d w a s t a h l r d u n l i ' . t h e n u t c o i n : 1 of Ihe proposed nicetirn! be!ween I h e r i l y . tile h o u s i n g a u t h o r i t y a n d repre- s e n t a t i v e s of [:rb:m R e n r - U ' a l c l a r i f i e s the situation It · included on Ihe p r e l i m i n a r y a p p l i c a t i o n tlo not l i m i t Bicen- t e n n i a l a c t i v i t i e s . Others m a y bi- added and projects c h u n k e d durinj; the Ihree-year celebra- l i o n . Three projccls of the U n i v e r - sity o f A r k a n s a s , t h e s u m m e r construction nf a museum - like t h e a t e r at M a r b l e F a l l s , the Mrs. K X i i r t l m - c ' . - t C o m m i Sprim'dah 1 lia m i H e f l a n a p p l i c a t i o n fo H i o c i - t ' n n i a 1 C o r n inn nit n a t i o n . The Chamber of ( n n i ,. develop thr. en l. l l C l l t d c t i wee! i o They are development ' ' S h i 1 o a ii Town." recreation of old 'OH h n i t : hi^h'. 1 . ay be'.ween F a y f - U e v i l l t ami S f i r i n ^ d r d e w i t h p l i m t i m ! oi a m i s h r u b s . p o o l l r y f e s t i v a l and 4tli of .July \ ! n Ave. lie i)U-adcd i ' n' i \ r n n i IK ni i ne o i r l f r u n r ( J 'im i iv b\ C u m m i n ^ s allo\'.'s H i e -:l-,'riff to iccept II) per cent of she boi i Sm h i p i o c o t h n r i c i i n u n pi u t i e r m tiK co u I Moi "in \ \ s |]l ]|| t tr J .11 jtri s 1 - t i m e t o r 1 1 i it - c * H (.' cl t p i L t n e n d m u i a m o u n t I t ' - ICO.Vn.NUF.O FROM i'AGE OXE| at the intersection of Lcvi-rc-U Street and Douglas A v e n u e a- :?o vu're In a t t e n d a n c e in a d d i t i o n the acting c h a i r m a n a n d .Mr:-. W a l k e r were M o r r i s Collier, ·· ........ ....... . ,.,., .-M.I., . , H ^ . J I said Hie l i v e \vire.s created l u f i r o i v o r k s - l i k c d i s p l a y before .. v i d MuWctby. W r s K d w a r d s . l)i pn\ver company crews i-enairi'it About 111:15 p.m. an e l e c t r i c a l wire \vas rc-prjrted du\\-n on I.on?new Street. At T ain firc-ni!'n . of i n v o l v e d in t h e .sol Tiie nr:t meeting is scheduled for ::'() p.m. J u n e 2n. at the O z a r k Room. 200 '.V. C e n t e r St. j;.::::: .:;. Obituary I.KOX WASSOX Springs W a s s o u . ? ! . of Siloam - 1 ' Rears Scott Paper Shakespeare Son Pac Texaco Tri State Mtrs Union Carbide United Air , : ... Victor Wai Mart Ark West Gas Citation K e a r n e v X'all (i G : 'i M i n n i e M a n P i - 2 ' S Pioneer Foods 'R'l-o'-'i H K Porter 3KI2 Std Regis 1I- V ,-1S : ", Tyson Foods KF'a-lft 7 ^ Yellow Frt IG-UH'i Averages !nds u p 7-Ttfl Trans up 1.'f U t i l s l i p .25 Volume li.560.000 Commodity Openings .Inly corn 2.7fi Nov soybeans 3.2ii Sept c»gs -lfj.no July pork bellies .12.75 July wheat .1.fi,j ( B u c k ) Springs Fayettcville hospital. Born July 21, 19112 in G e n t r y , the son of A. G. and M a m i e McGaiif,'h Wiissun. he established. owncc and had operated the Wasson Funeral Home since Itl28. He wa.s jiast president of I h e Siloam Springs K o l a r y C l u b ; a m e m b e r of v a r i o u s Masonic b o d i e s i n c l u d i n g h o n o r a r y m e m b e r s h i p in the Supreme Council of :i:)rd Degree: a member of the Scottish H i t e Bodies of Fort S m i t h : t r u s t e e nf the a n d several ], (:on j nephews. service be at S i l n a m S p r i n g s . -Survivors nrc er of York Bodies of a s o n . R G Wassen of Siloani Springs; a d a u g h t e r . Mrs. 7a of M e m p h i s . Term, . g r a n d c h i l d r e n . . ant! four The body w i l l lie in ,s t :i t e at Wassnii M e m o r i a l Chapel from 7:H!l8::iO p.m. today. F u n e r a l sevice w i l ' be at 111 a : m . S a t u r d a y in Wasson M c m u r i a l Chapel will) burial in Oak H i l l Cemetery w i t h M a s o n i c Services at tile firave. , . 2 : , i ! ji.m. Monda' f i t tl:o Goshen Methodist Church \vith h u r i i i l in Gushen Cemetej"' u n d e r (iircc tion of .Moore's C h a p e l . i \ I H S . . l O S K I ' I I I N E LANCY a former resident of G r e e n l a n d , died in Concord, C a l i f . Thurs- d a y . She was born Xov. 27, 1IJ7SI in A r k a n s a s the daughter uf Pellcse and K a t h r y n V. Moul- was a mcmber . , W i M i a m of Concord and Evon- neth of Fayette\'ille: f i \ e , . Concord. Mrs. Haze! H a r t l c v and Mrs. Opal P r o f f i l t . both o'f Sltsan\ r illc. C a l i f . , M r s . Thclma Gibson of Sacramento, C a l i f . : Mrs, f . a n i t a lines of Santa , C a l i f . : a brother. A r c h i Kin!! of Fayettcville. 19 g r a n d c h i l d r e n , and 14 great- Funeral service will be 1:!U1 }.m. Monf!ay in (he chapel of MeUon's Funeral H o in c with u i r i a l in Baptist Ford Ccme- ·]''. W I L L I A M P. R I C H William P. Rich, 77, of West Fork, died in a Fayettcville in A l i n e . Okki.. he was a r c i i r c d Benfon Becomes 10-GaHon Donor William R, Benton nf F n y e l t e ville. \vho h:is donated b1 r e g u l a r l y si MIT the establishment of the Washington C o u n J y TtecJ Cross Blond [jroirrmn. rtfac'K-d the 1 r n pnllon d o n o r .stiitus at tlio BloncliTioljili? v i s i t hcTe thi.=; week. John R. G. Parker of P r n i r i e Gro\'e nttrtlnod Hit 1 f i v e ;r;illnn t'onor K t a l u s and Mrs C'\rol \Vriylil Iho f o u r c n l l o n s-iilus;. A t t a i n i n g the three jiallnn s t n - ius \vcre Bni'l E. AlcGinni.s. La\\'roncc- S\\'aim and JaL'qiU'? Drn7Fn?ak, and Allicvl Lnyci Davis ronched t h e t w o gallon s t a t u s . One gallon donors in Iht- pro- E!rrini «re I,r- = (or M n i v c - h c ' I , Thomas 0. G r n f f . Mnrsr;nvt C. Hnghoy. liichiird C- "Ourand Jr., Vv i 1 f r '? d \ : ;!ntffvi''iv t o r . Carol W a l t h c r . H a r o l d H . Bell. Hu.sh H, J. nrcu-cr. M;m Pin C u m m i n s * . Connie X i m m o . Roqer M. Perry. Fr^??,. S|;HH:JI- t--:- nf K l k i n s a n r | J a n S:nrl;t. Bus i-oru nie[ in a i ' a y e u e \ i u e . HOY UAXI.EV . hospital T h u r s d a y , He was b o r n Sile-am Springs Hoy Rax- Oct. 25. 111(1(1 in Pea R i d g e , the 'y. 75. of G e n t r y . d i e d ' T h u r s - son of T i m o t h y and Sarah Alar- rash of b u r g l a r a l a r m s sound tlie h e i g h t ' o f t h e s t o r m . S i a t e Police s a i d a bridge i n s t south of Elm Springs on Ihvy. 6'1 was f l o o d e d . A trooper stayed at the area, w a r n i n g motorists not to a t t e m p t to cro-s Hie bridge u n t i l state H i g h w a y D e p a r t m e n t workmen could place barricades. Fayelteville streets, a l r e a d y s u f f e r i n g f r o m r a i n d a m a g e , look a n o t h e r beating according to street s u p e r i n t e n d e n t C l a y t o n Pi-nvell. Powell described ' the heavy r a i n f a l l as "disnstcrous " STUKE1S JH.OCKf-.D He said m a n y streets arc blocked by debris and snivel w h i c h has jammed storm severs. He said Mocking Bird Lane, u n d e r construction by a contractor wa.s heavily damag cd. Sub-base gravel had beer placed prior to (h c deluge am today "most of it has washcc down o n t o Overcrest Street ' Powell said. Town Branch on H n n t s v i l l c Street was clogged w i l h debris as was the intersection of Wil low Avenue Street. "We're doing the best ' can" lo get streets cleared .... ic can move. Powell said ribing the 'worse all over." He also predicted f u t u r e prob- cm.s where streels w i t h o u t c u r b md g u i t e r have been undercut _ H w i l l lake s i x t o . e i g h t weeks lust tn repair damagc"when the ower Lines Dcn/vn Power company t r u c k s a r e sinilh of I f u \ f f s il t ] ) i u i lined up alniiK Ciirli'y Hoacl, i l a l u as l i a e m n i p i c D u i l« n pi ici [Mih s d o u n c d liy Ken Good) ^ iu l o i rn l I] 1! M i ' m l n by Red Cross-Tons Tree l i m b s and uprooted t r e e s were reported in isolated areas ·iround F a y e t t e v i l l e . b u t pro Jerty damage appears relative y light, officals said. rlay in Siloam Springs Momorial of Gentry Lodge 220 F and AM. Order of the E a s t e r n Star iifiil and York Uites Undies. Survivors are I h e widow. Mrs. Fannie Baxley of the home; a son, l.loy,! of C n l u l l a . Tex.: a sister. M r s . liable Dickson of M i a m i . O k l n . and two g r a n d - nieces and nehphews. F u n e r a l service w i l l be 10 a.m. M o n d a y in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home wilh b u r i a l in N a t i o n a l Cemetery. JOE I I A I U i l M A M Hunis.ville -- Joe H a r i - i m a n , K o u t e l i . lluntsville. Gosl James Thonu\sf)i f 'i'isdale. a Me'.hodisl. Snr\'i\-or; are t \ V i l l i a i n Tisdalo o she \\-as a ilcleii Biaylock of Fayetteville: one brother, Dave of Prsden. Okla.: t\vo sisters. Mrs. Oilie Pai'ker of H u n t s v i f l e and M r s . S;'.-:iii Fislu-r of Kansas Cil.v; II! g r a n d c h i l d r e n and -10 r;;?:il- K i ' a i i d c h i l d r e n . F'.airral ser\-icc \vill be al S a t u r d a y a t ( h e washed flooded P l a t e glass out. near and basements Spring Creek, windows were smashed, and roofs blown off by the winds and rains. The Wade Junes C o m p a n y at Hwy. 71 and Sunders Avenue, Guy's Food Co.. Inc., and u garage at Ihe Broad Acres Nursiii" h o m e on West End Street were heavily damaged after the roofs were torn o f f . The D. if. M c J u n k i n Garage on Hwy. fili west was demolished, according lo fire department reports. More t h a n h a l f Hie b u i l d i n g w a s t o r n a p a r t witii only a p a r t of I h e 'roof and the hack wall s t i l l s t a n d i n " today. W i n d o w s at W a t s o n ' s I'ire and Supply, and Pat Henry Cnevrolet were smashed bv wind-driven debris. A v a c a n t t r a i l e r n o a r Tonli- town. south of the Cawoori Produce Company on Hwy. (ii) west, bleu- over but did not catch fire. "-everai persons I r a p n e c F u n e r a l Home Sfomi HILTON C'AliHOU, l l u n t s v i l l e -- Hilton Carroll. 7fJ. of St. P a u l , died T h u r s d a y a c a r nn H u v Hw.v 115 after l i n e fell on the vehicle. O/art: 08 west nca, a live power . : K.ectric C o m p a n y a n d Firemen freed the u n i d e n t i f i e d persons. 2§ Pinls Hera The Hcd Cross Bloodmobile exceeded the county goal \vhen a record I M p i n t s were collected T h u r s d a y nt the f i n a l t l a , of the three-dLiy v i s i t here-. ' T h e r e were ~iO\ pints, collected, 29 above the. -175 ;;oal. The break down was lo,3 j i i n l s T i r e s day at Springdalo and ls:t. Wednesday and lltli Thursday at Fayettcville. The record number of donors came lo the Bloodmobile Tlmrs day despite the bad weather. The record draw included lift njs for Sandy Kay S'hipman, o year-old y i r l who will undergo surgery in Tulsa later t h i s month. Miss S u z a n n e Lighton. blood u n n r r e c r u i t m e n t c o - c h a i r m a n . said other c o n t r i b u t i o n s included blood lor p a i i c n t s in area hospitals. She noted t h a t replacement of bloud for re.si dents of the county whether hospitalized here or' elsewhere in Ihe United Stales is not m a n - : Jatory as long as the county j m a i n t a i n s its e l i p i i j i l i t v in Ih'e program by meeting its riuota j at each of the Bloodmobile · v i s i t s . Prornoieci .lames II. Roberts son of Mrs. Iphii R o b e r t s of R o u t e 1 D e c u t u r wa.s m c r i l o r i o n s l v aromoted to Corporal \v h i 1 e Culvert Wash Qul i i u i i i w e d in Corporal w h i l e I n i a i e nil B u y I I : 1 ^.n"i n f seryii!;; at Ihe . A l a r i n e C o r p s ! G i v a l h u a s c f.jirinj-o liri[!:;e, jas.e n t C a n i i ) LeJeune. N.C'.I \ i a s u a s h c d nul f a - i n i ^ h l a s I H M V V r ; i i u v a i s i n l Hie « a - s t a l l e d I n replace a wnmlen «·"·' in a i i - . i i i i M y dry i l i l c l l . lirid.';-.-. t T l . M K H p l l i i t n by Ken I ii'.- c i d ' . c r l -,\:is r c L ' c t i ( J - in- G i m d ) Mal·!c^ R a l l i e s XK'.V V O K K ( A P I _ T h e 0 ' n t a r l i e t c t i n t m u e d its v/eek-lon!! rally t o d a y , sparked hv ,i p r i n K v a l c reduction at V u \ oil 1 u l \ i t i o u i! C H\ H a n i '1 !K' n o u n Dow Jones average I n in ! s u is up / / il ) H), and Kairier.s m a i n t a i n e d 1 i u i losers on Ihe ^ ^ I S ' I H 1 I \c mii^i 1 i \ it i 1 ( i l v t i u i d u i l "if a ; i e a r l y burst n f bliyinij v hen it p i . - u - ( i :i tt" : 'rtt,-r-!.H)int. d r n | i to :'-'2''\ \UT cent in its nnu' tiie shor[ term interest i f e c!iar:^-d nu loans to hi^ ' A h a u t a h a l f - h o u r i n t o 1 1 ion i i | \ i t \ q u u l i d i v v t l as the m a r k e t seemed Ui I' iu toi Ii i t ! h i l t e i Us «.li up ·isc : incc I h e s t a r t nf the \veol People Helping People truck aj Old Mi«oiiri R o a d ' a n d "" ion a f t e r a IT-PC tfi onto v e h i c l e . T h e f ; r c . d r p a r ? merit rosuced tlic u n i n i u p c ' i l victim. Names of v i c t i m s assisted i r r e a t - s r u i K i c x h h v n . ' " ' " recorded. B[ihaTino:V"''aid l iod!- i-'uncra! sc:-\-;i"- w i l l lie a: I D I O t h e r area c n i c r g r - n c y st;n n . n i , S a l u r d a y r.l tiir- St. Paul j : .i,"s ."issisted d u r i n g tii;.' nigiit. I ; : l c C i i u r c i - \ ' : * ' · ( b u r i a l in j ' c a y e t i e v i l i e fii'emen s t o o d hv B r a - h r a r s Ccnu^er.v i : n ' ! - ; - ! ;1 ' L t h e Springdaie fi:'e s [ a : . i f r n Sf-orrn Uproofs Ilish ;viiuls d u r i n g the iii^Iit left t h i s tree (iff I f u y . 112 near T i i n t i t o i v n u p r o o t e d Im; a p i m r c n l l y o i i f y t h e Irce's f a l l damaged tiie n i n h i l c Dire:tors of uiiercil Service : '« C O \ V E N . L o w c l t n, -- Frici.iv .... ' '·-'" P . m . Cli.-ipcl of N u l s u n ' s ! l'tll!T,1! Ildiac-. Hev. l i . l l r i h I!M':IMV o f f i c i i i l i i l K iissistu.l ii- l l c - v . c.-L-il C n r r i v m . I n l i - r i n r r . t , N:,tion,-il CYmelcry. L A N E Y , Josephine L. -- Mon- cia.v 1:^11 p.m. Ch.iprl of Jid- ilv,-, I I l/i S 1 U i' o f l i t - i n l l i i i i . ni- U n i H T i l . li:iplisl Ford C'IMUC- Fllfill. v/rliiam p. _ Monilny f i m . - u i i ll.ii'n.-. Inicriiicnil . \ : i t i i n . i l CViiit'UT.v. MEMROt ASXK I VT1.I) T:. £ A src-cl a'^d P.-? ? = : ? e :. Home Dfllrtr? Psr rr.cnth t;.- r ^ r r . f r .. . . . . J2 25 E;r;;:e copy da ! i j- J 0^, £· L- Is w £: O.S, ilaJJ IT, IV^^rjirigton, Ber^oa, M£'-.-^ Qf-.-sr tie-. A r t L , Adalr Co.. 0*1*.: 1 Y E A R CT.t? SX Sectioo Ojlside alx»ve cot mor.ths .. f s.ro is oo I IfEAR £.K FAVAALZ IX ADVA.SCX M I S S E D YOUR P/^PERr'jsoiTM! "sirm'T^TM SP ':m WE'RE SORRY! J;n "-'" i -- } ' !f you csnnot rc-ach your T I M E S earner . - Diily 5 to C:SO p . m . Sa'.urudy 3 to fi p. in, S u n d a y 8 to 9:30 a.m. i - ' - . o - i i - . - ,-,-, i ! C f l i l d I n j u r e d p ,' · MH.H n ^ n i s \veie ;nl al "V7-'. vi". ',' %",",' , ,, ,- i v a i i n u ? times durinj; the n i s r l i l . .. . v . , ' i ^··-'- Ir l-i A thrc-f-year-old Fa c t i e v i l l o i n r o u s h o u t t h e \nr:ir.-,.st f -,f ! : ; in;a..rj =: '.;;.,i,^M«L wi \ v v": f ;j ;iii! ,7^-"! A f k -^ s ^TM- **TM « P ,-ri l . \\_a.-iu.i.4ton H t ' ^ i o n a l r-(l i n e « o roat! conditidi--, ('lit niornin^: In lioecrs. ronds ;.;e passable nut covered with w a t e r - in Oi.:^i and Bella V i s t a , v.-atcr ·f. ·-,; ,, ,, . , is ni L;.! v,it:i only one l a n e onen L . i . -j H ^ K r u e v , ,!, ?l , n ol Mr. !on Hwy. 71 throuah lo'.ui:' in and Mrs. Erie \.c--tnroo.-; m :;\a, ' l o n t i t o w n . no roach were ci'is- l-:,~ ntl h'" ra!1 lnm lhc X l - r ^ ' i K l m: the Elm Sprinss Brid'»e V ih.ute y.,!-n::t,.-i- i ; , 01 2 c i S. on Huy. 112 was cisht to school S;. to 1,10 west side of inches deep Ihis mornin" and tne ^rt't-i, iiedit.itKi men ran may have been, col.sed d u i i i v m fron: of a sj,i;;ibound car the ):iy : j n John.-on the ,lohr,' ( i n v e n \y Mrs. Jo.inn Kiu.-clcr. | son Head north of Hivy i r v. 4.5 3!i. of Indi'i^-raici-Lt-e, Mo., « h i l impassaWc this moVnin": in v - , a = un:i;!c j o ^ eorne to ,-, ujil Hetnonvillc r.nd -Siloam Springs stop bdore s.rixirig tnc- bo\-. no roads were closed. Horse'Show Sot Sunday T h e Ho-.indei-s S a d d l e Club w i l l sponsor tiie f o u r t h a n n u a l open horse s.liow u:i S u n d a y - , .startiii.a at 10 a.m. at the Northwest A r k a n s a s Riding C l u b Arena at W a s h i n g t o n County Fairground. Tile open horse fhn,v w i l l give all prisons owning or m a i n i t a i n i n t , ' a hor.-e or h.orsx-s of [ a n y type or breed .-.in o---or f t u r i i t y to c o m p e t e in one or ' m o r e of :·! cleparntD classes. Trophies will be awarried for f i r s t t h r u sixth place in rach class. In a d d i t i o n to t h e s e ?,-i classes, [her.- w i l l he j a c k p o t po:e bending and j a c k p o t barrell r a c i n g . Admission iz free and tiio public i.s i n v i t n d tr: ^It-'md. i I-\irther infonr.ation m a y be o b t a i n e d b y c a l l i n g .Jairies E . ' i i Harris, c h a i r m a n . a21-,jOf!3 or Dob F i t z h i W l i , S21-T7C 1 !. Acted M l e g a l l y [ WASHIXGTOX 7 ( A P I -- T i n Food and Oruit A r i m i f i i - : ; n t j j : i acted illegally when it i " - - : r i r - ; . ed the distribiilion fif 'lu' in-.sub.stitue d r u g meS'n.ri clinics and h o s ; - ) i t a l s , ',;.! trict Judge Jolin II. ! J r; ruled. Pratt said in a i\ Thurs;!ay t h a t t h e P.OA .no^cr to [jlace l i m i ; s iru.!;'s d i s t r i b u t i o n ' by micies once it h j ' j a n : ) i o oricari Votcrons Present the T h i r d A n n u a l Children's Live M n g i c i a n -- J u g g l e r -- Coinedy S k i f s -- Much, M u c h More RAMAY JR. HIGH SCHOOL SAT., JUNE 8 --..2-4 P.M. SI for C h i l d r e n -- Adults $1.50

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