FOR SALE-MISC. BUSINESSOPPOR. SERVICES ANTIQUES IRON PORCH and stair railings. Klmber Awning. FIREPROOF CHESTS. Lund«en & Co. Victor LEATHER BILLFOLDS and pur. ses. Double A Western Shop. 6x9 VINYL tarps, W.95. Klmber Awning Co. FOR NEW and used mowers, tillers, and garden tractors, see your MTD . dealer. Otter Tall Co op Oils, 203 W. Washington. RESORT TAVERN & store business. Retirement, reason for selling. Miller Realty 417 N. Frlberg. 7M-3531 or 7M4515. "DUTCH'S CAFE" restaurant with living quarters on second floor, well established Caft business in heart of Highway 1-2? Construction Area 13 miles West of Breckenridge, Minnesota, 12 miles West of Wahpeton, N. Dak. Must sell to settle estate. Cafe closed only 1 month. Call 701-774-I2J5 Don Hermes at Hermes Hardware, Mooreton, N. Dakota. ALUMINUM WINDOWS and doors with quality built in. Completely weather stripped, no mitered corners to let in cold and snow. We service what we sell. Kimber Awning Co. HEATING LP GAS and appliances. Local &a Co. Ph. 734-5621. SEE THE complete line of 8 h.p. to 18 h.p. Wheel Horse tractors, attachments, parts and service at Christenson Refrigeration Sales & Service, 313 S. Mill. 734-37*4. FOR SALE: Reconditioned washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, electric ranges Guaranteed. Christenson Refrigeration Sales S. Service, 313 5. Mill. 736-3744. JAEGER'S FURNITURE »CARPET Drive a little and save a lot. Save- Save-Save at Jaeger's Furniture and Carpet, Highway 210 East, Fergus Falls. Phone 734-3044. OVERWEIGHT? LOSE ugly tat with the Diadax plan. Reduce excess fluids with Fluidex, White Drugs. NEW CEMENT power trowler - 34" wide, 7 h.p. GoWatt. Regular price M95.00-ourprice,*525; DeWalt 10" radial arm saw. Regular price J325.00 • our price with stand $219; 2x4x8 econo studs, We each; Mill encTshingles, J9.S8 square; utility! cabinets • closeouts; Pole barn materials; Counter tops, preformed, $3.95 ft.; Carpeting 15-foot wide; floor tile I2"xl2", 15c each; Cedar fence posts, 3-inch and 4- inch; Plywood W CDX, 4'x8', J5.95 each. Fergus Falls Surplus and Lumber, Fergus Falls, Minn. MONUMENTS: SELECT your monument or marker before need or at time of need, from the finest display of memorials in the entire United States. For an appointment in your home, or for after-hour office appointments, write or call collect 412-632-9277. Little Falls Granite Works, So. Hwy. 10, Little Falls, Minn. Service Quality- Integrity. Open all day Saturday until Memorial Day (May 27.) DRAINZ REALLY drains cesspools and septic tanks. Low cost, easy, safe! Money back guarantee! Get it now at H & L OK Hardware, City Center Shopping Center, Fergus .Falls. SNAPPER PUSH & Sell propelled mower. Comet Riders now in stock. Christen son Sales & Service, 313 So. Mill. NEED FUEL? Dial a warm number. 4-5429. Becklund-Rian Oil. WORK WANTED | CARPENTRY AND barn straightening. Free estimate. 1-701235-9545. WANTED SHEETROCK taping and finishing, texture spray ceilings. Call or write Ronald Johnson 612652-8207. Route 2 Carlos lor free estimates. PAINTING AND general house repair. 739-9152, 734 4733. SEPTIC TANK pumping, phone 4M- 2251, Julian Tolltrudt, Undtrwood, Minnesota. EARN MORE on your Mvlng* at Fergus Falls Savings I Lo*n Asm. ERICKSON'S SEPTIC pumping service, Fergus Fells. Pnooe 7346290. If no answer, call 736-7621. WHO OWES you? Wi collect. Trl- State Collection Service. 734-M53. 112 South Mill. CARPET AND upnoUttry slum- pacing, dry In 90 minute*. Loult Haiby, City. FOR EXPERT repair on small engines of all makes, M* Verne it Otter Tall Co-op Oils, 203 W. Washington. FRI BERG'S UPHOLSTERY Shop. Materials on hand. 734 7954 or 7399134. EDDIE'S INSULATING Service. Blown insulation in old and new homes. Phone 734-4743. CHUCK'S UPHOLSTERY, 317 W. Lincoln. All types of furniture, office and home. Car and truck seats. Many fabrics to choose from. Telephone 734 45*0. ANTIQUES AT Amor. 4»S-J5J1. COUNTRYSIDE ANTIQUES, buy and veil. 2 milts norm on Hwy. 59. 734-2400. MERZ GIFT, Antique Shop, I mile norm on Jewttt Lake Road. 734 4011. • HANNEMAN MUSEUM near eilMbtrh open Wednesday 7-9 p.m. Sunday p.m. Admission charged. HEIRLOOM GALLERIES: Antiques, gifts, collector's items, art work. Natural Food Depart ment. Ph. 736-7434, 213 E. .Summit. FOR SALE: Spinning wn««f, parlor table, caned rocker, carriage lamp, clocks, and more. 913 N.Cleveland. Candy price jump seen CHICAGO (AP) - Penny been slow to rise in relation to candy apparently is going the the price of a cup of coffee or a way of copper pennies. Out. soft drink but that lately the Higher prices are the reason, cost of candy ingredients has Peter F.Norton, a member of increased sharply, forcing the board of the National Con- price of candy up. fectioners Association, pre- He said sugar, for example, dieted in an interview Monday has gone up 250 per cent since that penny candies will soon be January and that in two years riin JOOTII wed., Junes. 1974 11 r-Junior Editors'Quiz on I DOODLE BUGS a thing of the past. the price of cocoa beans has in- And Norton also said the 15- creased from 21 cents to $1.10 a cent candy bar is fast becoming pound. the 20-cent candy bar or a ~ ' smaller 15-cent bar. DINING, DANCING COUNTRYSIDE l-»4 Skelly. We appreciate your business. Come and see Ruby & Cy. TEN MILE Lake Steak House. Open 7 days a. week. Dal ton it? 8845. A TERRIFIC group from Chicago, i guys and 2 gals, Strawberry Sundae Review. Now entertaining al Becker's Supper Club. Production costs—electricity, transportation, labor and Norton, executive vice presi- the like—also have risen dent of Ludens Inc., Reading, sharply, Norton said. Pa., manufacturer of candy as Norton said that if penny can- well as cough drops, is in Chi- dy were made smaller it would cago for the association's an- be too small to sell, so the price nual convention and exposition, will probably be 2 cents a candy He said the price of candy has kiss. CROSSWORD PUZZLE MAN WANTS part-time job. Call 736-2130. WE PAINT exterior and Interior. Reasonable. 6-3551 or 4-2458. INTERIOR AND exterior painting, shingling and roof repairing. Douglas L. Seivaag, Vining, Minn. 479-4336. Ray Koep, Route 1, Evansville, Minn. Urbank; 247-2903. AUCTIONS L.P.GAS Empire wall heating Dearborn space heaters; L.P. gas outdoor grills; 1 used L.P. gas boiler, 336,000 B.T.U., 8 years old, best offer. Texgas 6-3321. SONY TC-364 reel to reel stereo tape deck with microphones, S150.00. 736-4259. BEAUTIFUL REEL to reel tape recorder with 15" speakers. Movie camera. 6 5952. SEE THE Jacobsen Javelin Rider mower and push and self propelled mowers at Christenson Sales and Service. FRENCH SHINGLES, single coverage - mill ends - $5.68 a square. Salvage roll half and half, tan color, grade A, $4.88 a roll. Fergus Surplus and Lumber. 7399782. ANTIQUE FLEA market every Saturday and Sunday. All dealers welcome, $3.00 day. Rainbow Bait and Antique, Battle Lake, Minn. Lori and Jan, 218-864-5569. _ ANTIQUE AND household Auction 6 miles South, 3'/z West of Rothsay, I miles West of Carlisle, 7 miles North and 2 West of Foxhome. Friday afternoon, June 7, one o'clock, lunch. 1957 Chevrolet '/a-ton pickup; 300 gallon gastank, one 55- gallon; 2 wheel trailer; 6 h.p. Roto tiller; combination writing desk and bookcase; library table; 2 old rocking chairs; kitchen chairs, round oak table, 6 leaves; wash stand; dresser; 2 iron beds, %-size; knee hole desk; cedar chest; dishes; coffee grinder; pillows; quilts; rugs; fruit |ars; crocks; 2 trunks; one steamer; kitchen cabinet; International refrigerator, 7 cu.; 2 burner electric plate; Monarch wood and coal range; home made rug, 7-ft.x51 inches; Jari sickle mower, 32-in.; McCuliough chain saw; step ladder; pails; suit cases; copy of Josef Guarnerius violin, made in Germany; wash tubs; 2 wash boilers, one copper; pictures and frames; curtain stretcher; Silvertone phonograph and records; riding lawn mower; rotary mower; 1,000 Ib. platform scale; boys' bicycle, 24-!n.; grist mill; carpenter and strap tools; grindstone; two 22 rides, one repeater; Western Field repeater shot gun; 2 wheel barrows; 2 scythes; 2 chicken troughs; garden rakes, hoes and other miscellaneous. Charlie Max, owner. Norman Sollum, Dean Sillerud, auctioneers. Farmers State Bank, clerk. Not responsible for.accidents. CUSTOM BOBCAT and Backhoe STUB'S, work, landscaping, excavating, Tuesday trenching and manure loading. Call . 736-4735. NEED 1,000 imprinted quickly? You need our Quick-Print Service, for business envelopes, stationery, letterheads, business cards—you name it. Call 736-4404 or stop into the Secretarial Service, 309 West Lincoln. EARL J. Nelson, Backhoe work, install septic tanks, drain fields, water lines. Route No. 1 Erhard, Minn. Phone 842-5394. BARRY'S EXCAVATING—septic tank pumping—sewer system- basemen t-- trenching—landscaping—gravel—black dirt. Call Underwood 8266474, Maine 4953209. . A.I REFRIGERATION Appliance Service. Guaranteed service on all major appliances. Phone 739 2364. featuring Paul Cube : bar this Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Featuring "Friendship" Friday and Saturday. WEDDING DANCE-. Friends and relative* of Linda Kolstad and Harold Hagen, June 7, Eagles Club, Fergus Falls, 9:00 p.m. Irvings air differences NEW YORK (AP) — Clifford and Edith Irving say they are "discussing alternatives to a and divorce." Mrs. Irving had said earlier she would seek a divorce. The two were reunited over the weekend after being ACROSS 1. Purple color 6. Science building 9. Biblical mountain 11. Dyeing apparatus 13. Roman statesman 14. Biblical spy 15. English river 17. Existence 19. & carried 22. Lamprey 23. Contempt 26. Whine 28. Game played v/ilri a puck 30. Articles 31. Macaw 32. Bills 34. Additional 36. Brut 37. Bombast 40. Malicious 42. Party lor a bride 44. Dill THf ANT LIOM IS OFTEN TH£ IT TRAP* PREY BY H/DIN6 He SAMD SOLUTION OF YESTERDAY'S PUZZLE 46. Bits of interest 247. Board game DOWN 20. Athena's shield 45. Tapering 1. Mechlin and Exterior, shingling and roof repair. All kinds of cement work. 7345293. REMODELING? EXPERT carpentry and concrete work. Call Howard Knight Construction Company, Fergus Falls. Phone734- 3306. riding lawn mowers, roto tillers, sharpening blades and balancing. 415 East Everett, Fergus Falls. Phone 736 7262. PERSONALS NEW X-ll Reducing Plan, 42 tablets, $3.00. Money back guarantee. White Drug. _...._ ._. 34 SHOPPERS GUIDE FOR SALE: Completely furnished pickup camper; Revere 8 mm movie earner; Kodak projector; 30 in. electric range; oil hot water heater with stand and tank; 24 inch girls bike. 312 East Fir after 6 p.m. FOR SALE: Dining room table, 6 cttairs. Call afternoons or evenings. 9-9358. WILL GIVE away concrete stave silo. You remove and it's yours. Phone 736 6523. FOR SALE: 1 Brute cycle, 2 passenger, 73 model; 1 refrigerator unit, good shape; 1 Corey coffee maker, 4 pot size. Call Wayside Diner, Sebeka. 837-5857. FOR SALE: 3 piece blonde bedroom set with spring and mattress; self- propelled lawn mower; 12V2X22 foot rug in almost new condition; Rolla-way bed with mattress W size); Maytag washer and M.W. dryer. 66537. HOUSEHOLD AUCTION in Battle Lake, one block East and 1 block North of trie Bank, on Friday, June 7, at 5:30 p.m.: 30 in. gas .range; Whirlpool refrigerator; small chest type freezer; Roper dryer; Coronado automatic washer; hide- a-bed, like new; 3 piece bedroom set; coffee table; kitchen table; china closet; TV; gate leg table; Frigidaire stove; Coronado refrigerator; overstuffed chair; rocking chair; small table; desk; chairs; 2 card tables; end tables; 2 beds; sewing machine; hall tree; 2 magazine racks; table lanps; floor lamp; humidifier; foot stool; corner shelves; cookie jar; electric fry pan; toaster; clothes hamper; clothes basket; 2 trunks; ironing board; dishes; electric clock; misc. linens; bedding; books; book rack; dictionary; snoe rack; fruit lars; lawn chairs; lawn ornaments; Lawn Boy mower, 2 years old; garden cultivator; wheelbarrow; steo ladder; 3 garbage cans; trouble light; garden hose; sprinkler; saw horses; hand corn planter; scythe; shovels; forks; axe; hoes; misc. tools W.C. Stephens, owner. Warren E. Beckman, auctioneer. First National Bank, Battle Lake, clerk. MARWEG's pAmTmo interior separated for almost two years =-.,, t .-_i i f ^ ^ ^ ^ American and Swiss jails. The Irvings served jail terms — she in Switzerland and the $5 United States and he in the United States only — for their SMALL ENGINE repair. Power and parts in the Howard Hughes ,:*•..„, „, ._._ «„„, autobiography hoax. Creditor plan okayed MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — About 150 creditors of Vern Donnay Realty apparently will settle for 25 cents on the dollar from the financially troubled firm. A tentative settlement plan calls for First Wisconsin National Bank of Milwaukee and Investors Diversified Services of Minneapolis to finance a $375,000 plan to pay unsecured creditors. They are creditors without liens or mortgages, including contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and other firms. Their claims range from a few hundred dollars to some $130,000. Secured creditors have claims totaling several million dollars against Donnay, developer of several housing complexes in the Minneapolis-St. Paul suburbs. Kenneth G. Owens, referee in bankruptcy for the U.S. District Court, said the settlement plan may be fixed up by Friday, when creditors vote whether to accept. Plane crash report issued Is ay d/ 38 19 Par lime 25 rain. AP Newifeofuiej 3. Want 4. Common verb 5.Lurched 6. Shellac 7. Culture medium 8. Have faith 10. Chinese association 12. Ransom 15. Chimes 18. Relative 20. Noah's boat 21. Squealed 23. Mock bailies 24. Long cigar 25. Sweet potato 27. Pronominal adjective 29. Truly 33.Finest 35. Biblical garden 37. Pitcher 38. Latvian 39. Mars 41. Greek letter 43. Medieval money QUESTION: What is a dandle bug. what are its habits? * * * ANSWER: The so-called doodle bug is the larva of the ant lion, an insect that looks like a miniature dragon fly. The adult has transparent wings and short antennae. It lays eggs on the ground and, when the egg hatches, an odd-looking larva emerges. It has a large head and a flat body. The long, sharp sword-like jaws.are attached to the head. It has three pairs of legs close to its head and can only walk backwards. This unusual larva is called a doodle bug. The doodle bug digs a pit in sandy soil and lives almost completely buried at the bottom. This hole in the sand is about 1 inch deep and about 2 inches wide.-It really is a trap to catch ants and other small insects. As an ant comes to the edge of the sandy pit, it starts to slide. The doodle bug throws sand at the ant to hasten its fall into the hole. Then it is seized by the powerful jaws of the doodle bug and sucked dry. When the doodle bug matures, it builds a silken cocoon in which it pupates or rests before it becomes an adult. 6-5 (Sandy Lambe of Ashland, Kentucky, wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for i prize.) HAGAR THE HORRIBLE TYPEWRITERS. Lundeen's. A-LWAYS B-Sure C-Surtr. FAST ACTION with Journal Want Ads. • HELPWANTED [ DISHWASHER WANTED. Apply in person to Becker's Supper Club. WANTED: PART-TIME • maid. River Inn. 6-5461. '>• EXPERIENCED FRY cooks, apply A 4 W Drive In mornings. FILE CLERK-TYPIST Shorthand required. Able to transcribe from taped reports. Apply Sheriff's Office, Law Enforcement Center. An Equal Opportunities Employer. NUCLEAR POWER trainees $20,000 worth of training at no cost. Above average intelligence required. Must be physically sound and free to relocate and travel. Call Fargo 701-232-2012 collect- 9 to 4 weekdays. ADVANCED ELECTRONIC training. Highly intelligent, physically sound, high school graduates, needed to learn electronics. No experience. Complete training provided to those who qualify. You will be paid while learning. Call collect, Fargo 701232-2012 weekdays, 9 to 4. PART-TIME NIGHT auditor needed. Apply in person. Holiday Inn. Pf2EA/V\-A To PLAY FEEL LIKE A FooL/ BLONDIE HI, I'M SELLINS r THESE LUCKY NOTHING BAD CAN EVER HAPPEN TO YOU 'CAUSE THEY'RE GUA3ANTEED/jf TO BRISKS YOU '- ~" J GOOD LUCK I WAS JUST GONNJASAY I'VE CARRIED ONE T FOR YEARS fc MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) DON'T MERELY brighten carpets...Blue Lustre them...no rapid reselling. Rent shampooer SI. Scotls Store, Fergus Falls, Minn. FOR SALE: Duncan Phyfe table, 5 chairs. Old fashioned weaved rocker. Two buffets. 7M-2697. FOR SALE: Two horse trailer, saddle compartment, Surge brakes, good tires. Call after 6 p.m. 736-4691. TWO ALUMINUM mobile home complete windows. Canopy type, size 46x27. Call 734 7129 alter 6:00 p.m. SELLING — SLIGHTLY USed'lru Test snreader bagger, Briggs Stratton 5 horsepower motor. Phone 739-2515. WRINGER WASHER and electric dryer. Coppertone electric stove and refrigerator. Phone 736-4434. HOMEMADE SAIL boat; metal fishing boat: pickup tank with pump; 2 gas tanks. Andy Waasdorp, Foxhome. 7399527. FOR SALE: Standard size mattress. 739-2472. HOUSEHOLD AUCTION in the city of Elbow Lake at 219 - 8th Ave. S.E., on Saturday, June 8, at 1:00 p.m.: Philco 30-inch electric stove; refrigerator; Kitchen Aide portable dishwasher; 1 kitchen sets, formica tops, each with 6 chairs; love seat; 4 piece blond bedroom set, twin beds; 3-piece blond bedroom set; 2 gold swivel chairs; platform rocker; T.V.; swivel rocker and stool; 2 pole lights; floor lamp; chest of drawers; bookcase; Maytag automatic washer; desk and chair; folding chairs; old books; many misc. household items; high chair; ping-pong table; bar bell set; Schwinn 5-speed bike; 16 gauge double barrel shotgun; lawn mower. Antiques: pine tfry sink; small oak desk; 1912 Remington 22 rifle; Elgin pocket watch; other watches; vases; oval glass picture frame; trunks; wrought iron ice cream table; quilts; hand painted plates from Germany; mantle clock; jewelry chesT; Fostoria goblets; covered potato dish; pitcher and glasses; sugar tongs; dishes; silverware; bronze dinner bell; cast iron skillet; straight edge razors; copper boiler; 2 bottle acetylene cart. Harold Martinson, owner. Warren E. Beckman, auctioneer. Bank of Elbow La^e, clerk. Ron. JOURNAL ADS bring results'. **** Auction Directory FRIDAY, JUNE 7 - ANDREW NEU, Village of Dent, 6:30 p.m., Walter Berend, Auctioneer (household and machinery). SATURDAY, JUNE 8 - CLARENCE JENSEN, 8 miles North of Battle Lake on Highway No. 78 — Jerry and Ray Barthel Auctioneers (Antiques & miscellaneous) SATURDAY, JUNE 8 - GEORGE & HELEN DE-LEEUW, 2 miles East, '.4 mile North of Millerville, 1 p.m., Ray Torgerson & Al Roers, Auctioneers (Antiques & Household) SATURDAY, JUNE 15 - LENVILLE SCHUMANN, 6 miles South and 4 miles West of Rothsay. 11:30 a.m., Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer. (Farm) SATURDAY, JUNE 22 - WALTER BAKER, 7 miles North of Breckenridge on No. 9, then 4 miles East. 11 a.m., Warren E. Beckman, Auctioneer (Farm) SATURDAY, JULY 6 - HENRY H. LANGUE ESTATE, city of Ashby, 1 p.m., Ray Torgerson - Al Roers, Auctioneers (household) . .. _ _ . ** * * WANTED: BEAUTICIAN at busy downtown Fergus Falls Salon. Full and part-time. High guaranteed _ A team investigating a plane salary plus commission and fringe „-.,,._ . na t Iriltprl fi v p Min benefits. Write Box 2MU, Fergus crasn Uiai MU6Q live Min- Faiis, Minn. 5«S37. neapolis-St. Paul area residents -- - — ; — — - — — - in New Mexico in December SECRETARIAL WORK. Good pay iq7 , ,. a , rf , n M mlM i and fast promotion for young and "" SttOWS a pUOt COnunueo. ambitious person, call after 7:00. landing through heavy, low Phone 739-2211, room 113, ask for rjouds and came down several hundred feet from the runway. Six other persons aboard the ptane survived, including George Heaton, president of Investment Dynamics Corp., Bloomington, Minn. The National Transportation Safety Board did not put the blame directly on the pilot, listed as Donald Bennett, 44, Prior Lake, Minn., who was killed. The board said it didn't know why he continued the landing approach by instruments below the minimum altitude limits. Equipment which might have shown this was destroyed in the flaming wreckage. Among those killed in the Dec. 3, 1972 crash at Tucumcari, N.M., were three ernploy- BEETLE BAILEY MEAT CUTTERS. Fast promotion to management. Preferably over 11. Call after 7:00. Phone 739-2211, Room 113, ask for Ron. MEAT WRAPPERS to work in Battle LaXe area. No experience necessary. Will train. Call after 7:00. Phone 739-2211, Room 113, ask for Ron. SECRETARY: SHORTHAND and typing required. Excellent opportunity for the person who like* responsibility. Local company employing 200 people in 2 manufacturing plants needs someone to handle office procedures including payroll claculations and bookkeeping. Will train in all areas oilier than shorthand and typing. Health Insurance benefits included. Salary open. Call for Interview, Speak to at D.B. Rosenblatts AND THEY EAT OPF REAL PLATES.,. TABLE NO HENRY - , .., FULL-TIME person for farm work, es of Investment Dynamics and no livestock, wages open. David Yaggie, Breckenridse, Minn. 518643-4093. WANTED: EXPERIENCED truck drivers for Nationwide driving. Requires Class A license, ICC physical and good driving record. For more information call Roger at 218-681-1018, collect. MAINTENANCE MAN for factory. Must be Fergus Fain resident. Box 764, Fergus Falls. WANTED: RETIRED couple lor campground work. Must have own trailer. Otter Tail Lake Camp Grounds, Battle Lake, Minnesota. 844 SW EXPERIENCED OFFICE em ployee wanted to start immediately. Employee must have knowledge of typing, bookkeeping, and general office procedures. Please call for appointment. Otter Tail Grocery Company, JOS E. Lincoln. 736-7439. two pilots employed by International Jet, Inc., Lakevffle, Minn. The Lockheed Super Ventura was operated by Investment Dynamics. The board said factors in the crash were low clouds and the plane descending 471 feet off the runway. After a 185-foot skid, the plane burst into flames. In addition to Bennett, those killed were Paul H. Lad wig, 28, copilot; Calvin I. Olson, 41, Minnetonka, a senior vice president of Investment Dynamics; Kenneth Harvey, director of . advertising and communications, and Karen Drees, 30, Eden Prairie, Olson's secretary. TIGER Tulsa, Okla.
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