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4-Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 23, 1968 NEA's Hearings Urged For Road sites Engineer Of Corps St. Lucie Inlet Job West Palm Beach Recreation Neivs YDuth Beat THE NATIONAL REPORT ON WHAT'S HAPPENING Division Inspects By CHARLES CATES Martin Bureau Chief STUART - The St. Lucie Inlet was inspected Friday by a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers eeneral. U.S. Rep. Paul Rogers. D. West Palm Beach, and other corps and local officials. Major Gen. Thomas J. Youth Eludes Officers, Captured After Chase the inlet project by Glen Milling, job superintendent for Prosperity Dredging Co. of Lake Park, which has the dredging contract. Milling said the company is a couple of days behind schedule, explaining that one of the pipes broke which they were trying to set. "We hope to start pumping today." Milling said. The inspection party went out to the dredge "Captain "aboard the corps' boat Canaveral, leaving from Port Salerno. McElhenny said he and Hayes, who is the division engineer of the South Atlantic Division are making a tour of the Florida Central and Southern Flood Control District ' FCD) by boat and plane. Asked what he thought of the inlet. Hayes laughed and jokingly remarked, "some times I wish I had never heard of it." In a more serious vein, the general added, "It is a beautiful area and has great potential if we can solve the problem." Gen. Hayes was referring to the problem the corps has had in keeping the inlet clear. The corps awarded $148,520 contract to Prosperity Co. to reopen the inlet which has been silting up for several months. Sand removed from the inlet will be pumped to the south shore to nourish the eroding beach. McElhenny said Hayes is very interested in the inlet work being done and especially in solving the erosion problem. County officials making the inspection trip were Commission Chairman Timer Powers, Commissioners Frank Wacha and John W. Hussey. are in great demand by companies who use them in the commercial aids for would-be nonsmokers. Statistics indicate that over one million Americans give up smoking annually. If the "quitters' are using these commercial aids, have they really quit the habit, or have they just switched brands? PEANUT BUTTER CRUNCH: After a nine-year study, including countless expensive hearings, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has determined that some prominent brands of peanut butter contain only 87 per' cent peanuts. The 5,000 word "edict" of the government announced that henceforth all peanut butter must be 90 per cent peanuts. Will the added 3 per cent mean that more will stick to the roofs of the mouths of young America? One thing, sure, the "peanut butter conspiracy" has stuck the taxpayers where it hurts for a full 108 months of near ludicrous inquest. TV's TURNOVER: Debbie Reynolds will make her TV debut next season on NBC. She will be the wife of a sportswriter. Meanwhile Phyllis Diller got the NBC shaft and her "Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show" will be junked after Dec. 22. Charlie Brown s Great Pumpkin show was No. 1 in ratings during late Ocot-ber despite the fact it was third time on the air. "Laugh In" staying on top of Nielson ratings just ahead of "May-berry RFD," "Bonanza" and "Family Affair." Trini Lopez will headline the Miss Teenage America pageant in Dallas on Nov. 30 via CBS. NORTHWOODRECREATION CENTER 40th Street 4 Pine wood Avenue Miss Anfte Sands Rec. Supervise Ira Snyder, Rec. Leader) 844-9308 REGULARLY SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES: Beginners Tumbling - Monday and Wednesday, 4 p.m. Beginners Trampoline Monday and Wednesday, 5 p m. Karate Tuesday & Friday, 7 30 p m. Women's Physical Fitness - Wednesday. 7 30 p m Advanced 4 Intermediate Tumbling Tuesday, 7 30 p.m.; and Tuesday 6 Thursday, 4 p m. Boys Wrestling (7-16 yrs of age) - Saturday, 10 a m Teenage Girls Trampoline Thursday, 7 30 pm. Tap 4 Ballet tor children (4 to 6 yrs of age) Thursday, 3 p m to 4 p.m. Supervised Activit.es Monday thru Friday, 2 pm to 6 pm, 4 7 p.m. to 10 pm Saturday, 9tol. PHIPPSPARK South Dixie 4 Ogston R oad (Miss Helen Tkacs, Recreation Leader) 833-9346 NEW CLASSES: Knitting - Needles will be flying on Thursday, December 5 at 10 a m This will be a 5 week course instructed by Mrs. E'la Appleby Learn now to knit for youselt and your whole family. REGULARLY SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES: Liquid Embroidery - Monday 7 30 p m. Bridge Games - Tuesday. 1 30 p.m. Dressmaking Wednesday, 1 p m. and 7 30 p m Oil Painting - Tuesday. 9 a.m. Bridge Lessons tor beginners - Friday, 1 p.m. Games Night Friday, 7 30 p.m. PLEASANT CITY RECREATION CENTER SOI -21st Street (Donne! I Simmons, Supervisor Charlie Smith, Rec. Leader) 832-1 ISO Optimist Basketball Practice - Tuesday, 2 pm to 10 p m Brownie Scout Meeting - Tuesday, 7.30 p m Girl Scout Meeting Wednesday, 8 p.m. Recreation Dance - Friday, 8 pm Volleyball, Basketball, Handball and Horseshoes played daily. GEORGE P. COLEMAN RECREATION CENTER 19th Street 4 Seaboard R R . (Sam Daniels, Recreation Leader) Supervised Playground Activities -Monday thru Friday, 2 to 6 p.m. 4 7 to 10 p m., Saturday9to I. VEDADO PARK 37 10 Paseo Andalusia (Mrs. Pauline Young, Rec. Supervisor) Supervised Playground Activities -Monday thru Friday, 2 p m to 6 p.m. Tap & Ballet Classes lor Children Wednesday, 4 p.m. Beginners Guitar Wednesday, 7 15 pm. Drums & Traps - Wednesday, 8 p.m. HOWARDPARK POOL Lake Avenue 4 Okeechobee Road (Hugo R ill, Aquatic Supervisor) 832- IS44 Public Swimming - Monday thru Friday, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday 4 Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p m. ROOSEVELTPOOL .212 -15th Street (Toby Strickland, Pool Guard) 833- 4579 Roosevelt Pool will be closed until December 16, 1968. By ROBERT MACLEOD Editor, 'Teen Magazine STUDY ABROAD LEAPS: Tremendous gains in "foreign" student enrollment. Foreign Study League now offers 72 campus locations (up from 47 1 to serve 1968 enrollment of 6.051 (up from 4.169 in 19671. Faculty and staff have increased from 765 to 1,181. Standards of "admissions" are being tightened as the overseas study program gains momentum. The practice of accepting "counselors" based upon ability to recruit students is obsolete. Faculties are being constructed on a 50-50 basis. European and American teachers. New campuses are being set up by all of the entrants in the overseas study sweepstakes. Japan will be the site-source of major programs in Oriental Civilization in 1969. Australia and New Zealand are on the agenda also. The "Ugly American" may be next stereotyped as 17, in sneakers and denim jeans, with a beat up flight bag full of books and papers. CLAMUP AGAINST CANCER: Medical research groups in East Coast medical centers have recently determined that an extract made from clam liver has effectively prolonged the lives of mice which had previously been injected with cancerous blood cells or leukemia and other forms of cancer. USE TOBACCO TO QUIT SMOKING? University of Mississippi Pharmacy Research Institute is currently researching the chemical properties of Lobelia inflata (Indian tobacco). Alkaloids made from this particular tobacco leaf I i A 16-year-old Delray Beach youth, who fled from mental health officers while being returned to the county jail from the courthouse Friday morning, was recaptured within minutes of his escape. The boy reportedly was being returned to the county jail on First Street by mental health officers David Griggs and Lee Austin after causing a disturbance during a hearing before County Judge James Stewart. He fled, handcuffed, east on First Street to Dixie, across Pat Nixon Names Press Secretary NEW YORK (WPi - Mrs. Gerry Van der Heuvel. a Washington correspondent and columnist, was named Friday as press secretary to Mrs. Richard M. Nixon. The new press spokesman lor the wile of the presidentelect will make her first announcement Saturday morning details of the wedding of Julie Nixon and David Eisenhower, grandson of former President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Mrs. Van der Heuvel, a widow and mother of three children, was with the Newhouse National News Service and is former president of the Women's National Press Club. She also has worked for the New York Daily News. Call us for ! TERMITE ! CONTROL ! I GET RID OF TERMITES HOUSEHOLD INSECTS PATIO, UWN t GARDEN PESTS nM LIS (,( .IKAMhkU I PALM BEACH j I EXTERMINATING SERVICE INC. I 1913 S. DIXIE PH. 833- 1-0808 I num I The Federated Conservation Council and the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (FCD) have strongly urged the Federal Highway Administration to adopt a regulation calling for public hearings on locating federal-aid roads. Friday was the deadline for receipt of written statements to the highway administration in Washington, D.C., in support or against the measure, a FCD spokesman said. The requirement calls for two public hearings before approval and would allow for consideration of all social, economic and environmental factors to determine highway locations and designs. No public hearings are now required. Rudy Sobering, chairman of the council, in a letter to the administration this week, brought attention to the proposed alignment of Interstate 75 between Tampa and Miami over which conservationists have shown concern. The proposed location of the highway comes "right through the middle of a valuable Everglades wilderness, known as Conservation Area 3," Sobering wrote. FCD officials "were startled and expressed their dismay" on finding this out at a meeting in Fort Lauderdale Oct. 31, the FCD chairman said. The 1-75 alignment, although it was only one specific issue, points to the need for public hearings, Sobering said. Chamber Post BELLE GLADE - Dale Bledsoe, the owner of the Glades Drug Store, 332 W. Ave. A, has been named chairman of the merchants division of the Belle Glade Chamber of Commerce. Bledsoe takes over the post that has been held for the past two years by Bernard Lee, manager of Dave's Palm Beach Shop, 360 W. Ave. A. It was decided the group will hold monthly meetings beginning in January, on the first Tuesday in each month. A number of merchants expressed a desire to stay open from 1 until 6 p.m. on Sundays from now until Christmas. The group left the decision to the individual store ownprs An election of a secretary, treasurer and recording secretary was tabled until the January meeting, according to Charles Leonard, president of the parent organization. Todays Activities WEST PALM BEACH All Slates Tourist Club, 7:30 p.m., Howard Park, bridge party. ' LAKE WORTH Promenaders Square Dance Club, I p.m., Remuda Hall, 23(9 South Military Trail. American Polish Club, 9 p.m., 4725 Lake Worth Road, dance. Gold Coast Chess Club, 2 p.m. to midnight, 108 North A St. , Starlighters Round Dance Club, 8 p.m., 19 S.Dixie. BOYNTON BEACH Duplicate Bridge Club, 8 p.m., Senior Citizens Building. LAKE PARK Gold Coast Square Dancers, 8 p.m., Mirror Ballroom, Town Hall. LANTANA Senior Citizens Club, 1 :30 p m.. Recreation Center, dessert and games. Toniom 7:30 PM X NEED NEW FLOORS? call GRIFFIN FLOORING COMPANY Southern Blvd. al lake Ave 832-7561 Free Estimates CUR R IE PARK 2400 N. Flayer Drtvt (Mn. Let Frtch, Recreation Leader) ANNOUNCEMENT: A Red and Black Tournament will be held Monday evening followed by refreshments at the Clubhouse-Join our Intermediate Bridge on Tuesday afternoons at 1 30 p.m. The sessions are tor people who feel a little dubious about attending a regular bridge session. REGULARLY SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES; Beginners Crushed Glass: - Tuesday. 9 a m. Practice Bridge Tuesday, 130 p.m. Bridge - Wednesday 4 Friday, 130 p.m. Intermediate Bridge Course Wednesday, 7:30 p m. Games Night -Friday, 7 30 p m. Softball Monday thru Thursday, 7:30 p.m. 5huffleboard - Daily, I a.m. to 9 p.m. Tennis Daily, 8 a m. to 9 p.m. FLAGLER PARK 3rd Street 4 Flagler Drive (Mrs. Vivian Stonemen, Recreation Supervisor) 432-9207 Monday, November 25 is "Movie Night" at Flagler Park. "Mis-use of Drugs" Is scheduled for this week Practice Bridge - Wednesday & Friday, 2 p.m. Flagler Shuffleboard Club Turkey Shoot Monday, November 25 4 26, 5 30 p.m. Old Tyme Dance - Wednesday, 7 45 p.m. Special Chess Games - Wednesday, 7-10 p.m. Ladder matches scheduled every afternoon. Shuffleboard, Cards, Chess and Checkers - Monday thru Saturday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., except Wednesday -8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday, 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. HOWAROPARK CLUBHOUSE Lake Avenue A Newark St. (Florence Kemmtzer, Recreation Leader) 132-9185 REGULARLY SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES: Senior Citizen Social - Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Bridge - Wednesday, 7 30 p.m. Practice Bridge - Thursday, 1:30 p.m. Dance Night - Friday, 7:30 Dm. Tap 4 Ballet for Children Saturday, 9 a m. Bridge - Saturday, 7 30 p m. Lawn Bowling and Shuffleboard -Daily. HOWARO PARK ARTS A CRAFTS CENTER Lake Avenue 4 Okeechobee Road (Mrs. Doris Brockmiller, Recreation Supervisor) 833-6633, ext. 278 REGULARLY SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES: Painting Thursday, 9 a.m.; Monday, 7 p m Oecoupage Monday, 7:30 p m ; Tuesday, 9 30 a.m. Paper Mache Monday, 7:30 p.m.; Tuesday, 9:30 a.m. Ceramics - Tuesday, 9 a.m. and Wednesday, 7 p.m.; Workshop - Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. Glass Sagging - Wednesday,' 1:30 p.m. Liquid Embroidery - Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Beaded Flowers Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Copper Tooling and Enameling - Thursday, 9:30 a.m. Flower Arranging Thursday, 9 a.m. Pine Needle Weaving - Friday, 1:30 p.m. Guitar Lessons (Adults Only) - Monday, 10 a.m. and Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Holiday Craft - Friday, 1:30p.m. HOWARD PARK PLAYGROUND Lake Avenue & Newark St. (Mike Considine, Ret. Suprv.) Supervised Playground Activities (Soccer, Loop Tennis, Box Hockey, Te-therball, Basketball, Volleyball and Touch Football) Monday thru Friday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 10 p.rrf" Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lighted Basketball and Volleyball Courts - Monday thru Friday, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Youth Football - Wednesday, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. THE COWSILLSEir I V ilf AFamvThind Building Funds Eyed LBlXB Mail Those Christmas Cards Early STUART - The volume of mail is picking up at the Stuart post office, and the postmaster reminded residents Friday that Christmas cards and packages should be mailed early. "There are not many mailing days left," postmaster Robert West said as he eyed the calendar on his desk. "There are only 26 mailing days left, counting Saturdays." West said at least two weeks should be allowed for mailing packages to distant points in the United States, about a Dec. 2 deadline, and for cards and letters about a Dec. 11 deadline. Businessmen should also keep their important letters ' separate during the holidav niailing season. "It would be a big help to us if the business people would let the clerks' at the counter know about the business mail. We try to get the business letters processed first." West also said the Christmas stamps are available at the post office, and Christmas cards should carry six cent stamps; if sealed, the cards will go first class. Hayes and Col. John F. McEl-henny. district engineer of the corps, checked the dredging work being done in the inlet under a corps contract. The corps officers. Nathaniel Reed, of Jupiter Island who is an aide to Gov. Claude Kirk, and county officials were briefed on progress of Dixie and into the alley between Clematis and First Street. He was then spotted by Bruce Burnham. manager of Burdines. who said he saw the youth racing along First Street and hailed two city police officers who joined the chase. West Palm Beach Patrolman Frank Gottfried, whose walking beat is on Clematis Street, apprehended the boy, who was returned to the jail. The youth, who has been in custody in connection with several juvenile offenses handled by the county juvenile' court, was being held at the more secure county jail after several escapes, the most recent one from the Palm Beach County Juvenile Detention Center, a sheriff's department spokesman said. New Subdivision ROYAL PALM BEACH - A new subdivision providing larger lots and more expensive homes was approved at Thursday's meeting of the town council. In addition, two new condominiums have been granted construction permits. Action of a previous council meeting declared the village to be a bird sanctuary, but signs have not been made to keep hunters out of the area. Thursday's meeting took action to see that the signs are made, according to a town spokesman. What's Going On SATURDAY WEST PALM BEACH "Old Fashioned Christmas Bazaar," sponsored by the women of Faith Presbyterian Church, Patm Springs, Palm Coast Plaia, beginning at 10a.m. Twenty-Fifth Annual Downtown Lions Club Toy Pick-Up, three locations: fire station at 35th Street and N. Dixie, Southern Boulevard fire station, and Flamingo station at Parker Avenue and Park Street, 8a.m. -5p.m. Aquarium Show, sponsored by the Marine Aquarium Society of the Palm Beaches; Science Museum, W. Lakewood Road, 10a.m.-5p.m, SUNDAY WEST PALM BEACH Aquarium Show, Science Museum, W. Lakewood Road, 1-5 p.m. PALM BEACH GARDENS Open House Tour, Palm Beach Gardens Community Hospital; Burns Road east of AIA, l-5p.m. Clematis Street WPB 1 Aunt Among possible recommen dations to be brought up for discussion at a workshop meeting of the Palm Beach County School Board, according to Supt. Lloyd F. Early, is that the state provide adequate funds for new buildings needed to institute state-required programs. The workshop will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at North Shore High School to hear proposals for new legislation from the school board, the su POST-TIMES WTVJ-Miami Clunntl 1 WPTV-Miami Clwnnri 4 WPTV-Wnt Palm Baach Channat 5 WCKT-Miaml Channel 7 WLBW-Miaml Cnanntl 10 WEAT-Wtst Palm Baach Cnanntl 12 DONATE PLASMA YOU CAN EARN s30 - MOO Per week in your spare time. We need Plasma donors with a history of RH Babies or multiple transfusions. For information phone MEDICAL BIOLOGICAL PRODUCTS, INC. 419 SOUTH OLIVE WEST PAIM BEACH 833-749 perintendent's office and school administrators. "Among matters to be aired." Early said, "will almost certainly be strong requests that the state, when requiring new programs which call for additional buildings, also provide adequate funds to pay for the construction costs and not leave such expense to local county taxpayers." Also invited to attend the workshop are state legislators from Palm Beach County, according to Early. TV CLOCK 8:00- 5-7 Get Smart 8:30- 4 My Three Sons 5-7 A Family Thing 9:00- 4 Hogans Heroes 5-7M "Companions in Nightmare" 10-12 Lawrence Welk 9:30- 4 Petticoat Junction 10:00- 4 Mannlx 10-12 Hollywood Palace 11:00- 4-5-7 News Weather Sports I0M "Lavender Hill Mob" 12 Don RicklesShow 10:30- 4 JoePyne 5-7 Tonight Show 12M "The Star Fighters" 12:25-10 ABC News weekend 12:50-I0M "Night ot Terror" 1:15-12 News 1:30-12 Paul Harvey News 1:55-10 Bestof Hollywood NOTE: These listings are supplied by the Television, stations and The Post Times It no) responsible for last second changes. RADIO LISTINGS WEAT West Palm Beach (MBS) 850 WIRK-West Palm Beach 1250 WJNO-West Palm Baach 1230 WPBF-West Palm Beach (FM) 109.9 WOXT Palm Beach (NBC) 1340 WWOS-Palm Beach (FMS) Stereo 97.9 WLIZ-Lake Worth 1310 WHEW-Riviera Beach (ABC) 1600 WOBF-Delray Beach 1470 WSBR-Boca Raton 740 WSWN Belle Glade (MBS) 900 WSWN Belle Glade (FM) 93.5 WJTS-Jupitor looo NEWS l&tU m if XMKtm X m j- mm ......... - mmmmma M STARR tNQ If You say UNBELIEVABLE? So did we . . . but then almost no-one would believe a small home instrument could outperform organs costing thousands of dollars more. Allen calls this spectacular performer the "Carousel" ... we call it a Complete Instrument System. Honestly, this instrument which has been years in the designing, authentically reproduces the magnificent tones of a concert grand piano, even to the authentic impact of the felted hammers and the sound decay of vibrating strings. It reproduces with equal fidelity the harpsichord, trumpet, violin, oboe, banjo, clarinet, rinky-tink piano, drums, guitar, zither, bells, chimes, mandolins, Hawaiian guitar, or the mightiest church and theatre organs, or just about any other musical instrument or combination you can name. Patented swinging hammers strum, pick, pluck or twang to reproduce the sounds of any stringed instrument with unbelievable accuracy. Press the special tab to bring them all into play. WEEKEND HAWAIIAN SATURDAY 6:15 4 Sunrise Semester 6:45- 4 News In Spanish 6:50-10 GlveUs This Day 6:55-10 News 7:00- 4 Cartoons 5 Uncle Al Show 10 Cartoon Capers 12 Men InfoSpace 7:25- 7 Inspirational Message 7:30- 5 Superheroes 7 Super President 10 Fantastic Four 12 Science Fiction Theater 8:00- 4 Forest Rangers 5 Birdman 7 Batman-Batkids 10 Beatles 12 Klmba 1:30- 4 Bugs Bunny. Road Runner Hour 5 Super President 10 Dennis theMenace 12 Discovery 9:00- 5-7 Super Six 10 Jumpin' Jack's Saturday Club 12 Casper Cartoon Show .30- 4 Wacky Races 5-7 Top Cat 12 Adventures of Gulliver 10:00- 4 Archie Show 5-7 Fllntstones 10-12 Spidermen 10:30- 5-7 Banana Splits 1012 Fantastic Voyage 11:00-10 Saturday Hop 12 Journey to the Center of the Earth 11:30- 4 TheHerculolds S Underdog 7 Junior College Show 12 Fantastic Four 12:00- 4 Shajian 5 Up Beat 7 U M. Roundtablt 10 News 12 Georgeof theJungle 12:15-10 CarandTrack 12:30 4 Johnny Quest 7 Youth and Issue 12 American Bandstand 12 45-10 Wrestling 1:00- 4 Moby Dick and Mighty Mlghtor 5 Wrestling 7 Camera 7 1:15-12 Young Men of Action 1:25- 7 Community Report 1:30 4 Lone Ranger 7 Gadabout Gaddls 10-12 ABC's Wide Worldof Sports 2:00- 4M "So Big" 5 East Side, West Side 7 Bowling 2:30- 7 GE College Bowl 2:45-1012 College Football Today J 00- JM "Pearl of Death" 7M "Treasureof LostCanyon" 10-12 Nebraska vs Oklahoma football 4 00- 4 Lost In Space 4:30 5 May Your Years Be Long 7 John Gary Show 5:00- 4 Lancer 5 ThelnvlslbleChild 5:30- 5 GE College Bowl 5:45-10-12 College Football Today 6:00- 4-5-7 News Weather Sports 1012 UCL A vsU.S C. Football 4:30- 4 Hawaiian Eye 5 Frank McGee Report 7 Ironside 7 00- S I Dream of Jeannie 7:30- 4 JackleGleasonShow 5 7 Mouse on the Mayflower (. Del Frank, news; Bob Halloran, sports; Dick Fennel, weather. Dr. F. Darl Ostrander, President of the American Dental Association is Larry King's guest this weekend. 6&11PM EYE 6:30 PM We really love this Carousel . . . it's UNBELIEVABLE! If you have ever considered an organ for your home, you owe it to yourself BUDDY EBSEN WTVJ to come in and experience this magnificent instrument. Lovely Tina Cole stars with Robert Conrad, Troy Donahue and Connie Stevens. The Jackie Gleason flaronsd f i TONIGHT ON Show There's only one great one, and we've got him! 7:30 PML You are cordially invited to attend the first showing in Florida of these organs, Saturday, November 23rd at the American Legion Hall, 625 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach, Fla. Open House is 2 till 7 P.M., A recital by Mr. George Knadler, Staff Organist for Allen Organ Company at 8 P.M. Skkler Musk, Inc. 519 Telephone 833-3704

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