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"Thursday, January 5, 1978 U^rah Dally Journal, Mklah, Calif.— 11 ( FROM OUR READERS) A"-^ """'S®* ^4 Dear Ann Landers: I didn't see the letter signed "Kin Of Robert E. L.ee" so I don't know what all the • hullabaloo was about, but I'm here to teir"No Snob, Juist'Factual" that he must have grits where his brains belong. As any born-and-raised Virginian (I'm one) knows, Virginia is a Southern state. If you need proof, just look in an encyclopedia. Virginia is below the Mason-Dixon line. I live in Pennsylvania now — not by choice. These yoyos up here in the frozen North don't know the first thing about hospitality, common sense or just plain courtesy. They also talk funny. ("It's a bee-yoot-iful day," and, "Do you want an orinch drink?") Virginians are hard-working, sensible and sincere, yet there is an air of refinement and softness about them you don't find in Pennsylvania. And New Yorkers — well, they're something else. I hope you will print my letter to even the score. Sign me — Chilly In PhiUy Dear Chill: "The score is, far, from even. You should see my mail. ll's running 50 to one against the North. Here's a sample of wha t this week has been like.: Dear Ann: Where does that idiot get off calling Virginias "Easterners"? Apparently he has never read a history book and knows even less about geography. Virginia fought with the South during the Civil War. I'm just sorry we didn't win. We deserved to. Maybe next time. — Belle From Richmond And now, dear readers, please — no more letters telling me the South really did win tbe Civil War. I've had enough d those, too. If any of you have Confederate money left, hang on t6 it. With what's happening to the dollar, it might be as good as the currency we're using today. Dear Ann Landers: Everybody dumps their pet peeves on you. I'm next. Why does TV present such a cockeyed image of parents whose kids live together before marriage? Tliis week I saw two shows on the subject Both rotten. ' The parents were portrayed ais hysterical — bordering on the maniacal, in the meantime the kids were pictured as calm and self-righteous — as if they were the sane and sensible ones and their folks were a couple of crazies. Finally the parents dalm down and decide they love their daughter no'matter what and the big issue is when are the kids going to invite them over for dinner —as if a dinner make everything right. To end-the show on a highly moralistic note; the father of the girl compares her decision to live with her boyfriend with HIS decision when first married —. "Which set of parents will we spend Christmas with?'' I could go on and on but you gei the idea. I resent this false portrayal of life — on primetime yet. What's your viewpoint? — M.S. From Arkansas Dear M.S.: Same as yours. But where did you ever get the idea thatTy and movies are a faitjjfnl portrayal of life? Wake up and smell the coffee, honey. What's prudish? What's O.K.? If you aren't sure, you need some help. It's available in the booklet: "Necking and Petting — What Are the Limits?" Mail you request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 11995, Chicago, Illinois 60611, enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self- addressed envelope. ( Today's Almanac^ By United Press International Today is Thursday, Jan. 5, the fifth day of 1978 with 360 to follow. The moon is approaching its new phase. The morning stars are Mars, Mercury, Venus and Saturn. "iTie evening star is Jupiter. Those bom on this date are under the sign of Capricorn. Zebulon Pike, discoverer of Hke's Peak in Coloradp, was bom on Jan. 5, 1779. On this day in history: In 1925, RJrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross of Wyoming was sworn in as the first woman governor in U.S. history. Mrs. Ross died in a Washington, D.C. nursing home Dec. 19, 1977, at the age of 101. In 1964, Pope Paul VI and Greek Orthodox Patriarch Athenagoras met in Jerusalem for an historic discussion of Christian unity. In 1968, Alexander Dubcek became chairman of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. He later was to be deposed for leading a reform movement against Moscow control. In 1975, President iFord named an eight-man commission, headed by Vice President Rockiefeller, to investigate charges the CIA conducted illegal espionage against U-S citizens in this nation. Redwood Valley, Cal. Editor Ukiali Daily Journal: Christmas, a time of "peace on earth, goodwill toward men." I would like to write about the "goodwill toward men" I have discovered in Ukiah during the Xmas week. I am a veteran. I belong to the American Legion. I am not just a card-carrying Legionnaire, I am a worker involved in various • Veteran programs that have been set up within the organization. Our project for Xmas was honoring our veterans of past wars,specifically WWI and our veterans in convalescent hospitals and rest homes in the Ukiah area. This past week the Legion asked business people to donate something — anything, to be used as gifts for veterans in this town. 1 explained that donations to the American Legion would not be a hardship on the store because it was a tax deductible gift. That is the background. Now I would like to share with my fellow citizens some of the reactions when I spoke pf WWI and convalescent veterans in our area. "Oh,you mean we still have some WWI vets around"? "I thought sick veterans were sent to Yountsville or Oak Knoll." "No, I'm way over my budget." "I'll think about it. Come back tomorrow." "American Legion, whats that?." One business where I stopped is owned by a veteran. I stopped t>ice. He was busy " each time., He is an Am- merican Legionnaire. In using cash donations to ixiy gifts I asked one owner if the American Legion could Have a special price as the gifts were earmarked for veterans. I was told, "Why no, there is 10 percent off now |or eyeryone. That is special enough." Not all was on the neagative side. The American Legion gave avyay many pounds of apples, oranges, candy, nuts and small gifts. We were able to do this because there are people in town that gave willingly and quickly. I would like to thank Foggy's and the Bottle Shop for donating top dollars and Albertsons along with Shop and Save for top poundage, I think the main reason I am ' writing this letter is the hurt I felt when l realized so many people just cannot be bothered or concerned about our older veterans. It seems the younger veterans could care less about their elderly comrades. We have no Viet Nam veterans in the American Legion. It is clear to me that our elderly veterans, our convalescent veteraas, are as unpopular as the last war. Virginia Brush Ukiah, Calif. Editor, Ukiah Daily Journal: With a pompous display of sanctity President Carter had to choose the Christmas season to "save the Social Security System," - a fiscal hypocrisy, by signing as a true liberal, pn the left, legislatin to raise $227 billion in taxes. Then, a smiling, shartieless bunch of ators shook hands with his knowing full well that this legislaion would not effect their own exorbitant pepsions and with only a few years in office. When Social Security entrapped the farmers, about 20 years ago, a representative of Social Security came to the Calpella-Redwood Valley Farm Bureau to explain the billioiis of doUairs accountable and when one dumb farmer persisted in knowing where all this money was, he said, "Well no, there is no money in Social Security, only lOUs." Social Security is top heavy with chiefs. Millions of people that have contributed little or nothing are receiving checks. Millions of aliens and refugees have active Social Security numbers. Millions and millions of people after contributing for over 40 years die before collection date. Although the taxation has increased, benefits have declined. And et cetera. The unorganized farmers and the self employed must contribute their share; .one half their employee's, plus acting as tax collector, free. They can only qualify at age 72, one step from the cemetery. Hypocrisy?? Although a few people are aware of this hypocrisy, they are helpless., Our home front overstuffed politicians have been psychologically conditioned, if not e'dudated, to never question the solvency of gover.nment money, the grants, Ipans, projects, welfare financing and on into the night, thes^ projects are as sound fiscally as Social Security. Social Security must be overhauled and audited, but not with $227 billion. Psychological economic trends do not have the merit to a deficit Social Security System that it has to a "Bert Lance" non interest loan. Dan Sargentini Redwood Valley, Calif. Editor, Ukiah Daily Journal: Another distressing factor in the activities of the Redwood Valley Water District has just been brought to my attention. As most people are aware the greatest portion of the property for the water project was acquired through the process of eminent domain, meaning the land was condemned and purchasied in many cases for a fraction of its true market value. One of the more disturbing parts of the condemnation proceedings is the fact that the water district not only condemned the land for their own use, but for that of any and all utilities. This means that PG&E, the telephone company, Calpella water, etc. can come onto the right-of-way acquired by the Redwood Valley Water District and the landowner has absolutely no say in the matter. What 1 would like to know is who stands to benefit from this: (^ertainly not the landowner. Does the Redwood Valley Water District intend to lease its right-of-way to these other ytlities or will it just be another gift at the land owners expense? Doug Sutton A thought for the day: British author William Somerset Maugham said, "There are two good things in life — freedom, of thought and freedom of action." Women hold up in Army field tests [ television Highlights) IHursday's TV Highlights By United Press International 8 p.m. CBS, The Waltons. Elizabeth^ carries a mmor about the German family that has found refuge from the war on Walton's Mountain. NBC CHiPs. A citizen resembles Jon plays policeman oh the highway. ABC, Welcome Back Kotter. Woodman introduces a computer designed to replace .teachers. PBS^ Once Upon a^ Qassic. "What Katy Did — Part I." 8:30 p.m. ABC, What's Happening!! Rerun interfei-e? with Raj's dretim of becoming a talent agent. PBS, "The bnage Mako-s: Hie Environment of Arnold Newman." 9 p.m. CBS, Hawaii FiveO. McGarrett becomes the unofficial watchdog of a love triangle. NBC, James at 15. Because of his attraction fpr a iretty coed James spurns a 12- year-old girl with a crush on him. ABC, Barney Miller. A man's deposit in a specialized ical bank is ruined. PBS, [ore Music From Aspen." 9:30 p.m. ABC, Carter Country. Mayor Teddy proves to be as stingy with the town's money as he is with his own. 10 p.m. CBS, Barnaby Jones, One of J.R.'s classmates, accus^^d of murdering bis girlfriend, retains the real murderer's father as his attorney. NBC, What Really Happened to the Class of '65. A Vietnam POW returns to his'wife after six years ABC, Redd Foxx. Lisa Hartman and Don Knotts, gvests. PBS, Masterpieiee Theatre.. I, ClaudiuskR) WASHINGTON (yPI) — Women soldiers suffered a variety of hardships during a 72-hour field exercise with male troops, including fragile unifornis, baths from a helmet of water and "substandard" latrines. Army tests found. But despite difficulties en- coutered by female troops. Army support units with up to- 35 percent woman members, suffered no loss in performance during a three-day test. The coed^ field exercises were conceived because the Army plans to increase the number of women from 50,000 to 80,000 during the next five years, brihging female participation in the Army up to about 10 percent of the Army's active troop, strength of 785,000. Tests were conducted' on support units, including military police, signaj, medical., ; repair. and trucH companies. Additional "j(ibs in combat units since have been opened to women. On Tuesday the Army released results of its yearlong Project Maxwac, which tested units in the field with •female strengths ranging from 5 to 35 percent to see how they stacked up. Women GIs complained theif uniforms did not withstand the abuse of hard work in the field as well as uniforms issued men. And the female troops said they didn't like being "pampered"" by restrictions requiring them to be escorted after dark and sleep apart from other troops on field exercises. No si^ificant differences in perfgrrhance were found among units tested, the Army said,; Most officers felt "the percentage of w6men per se contributed only a minor part to the company's performance in the field,",the report said. It cautioned, however, that tests were conducted only on three-day exercises. . fundsfor research During the 71st national Christmas Seal Campaign, the American Lung Association and itls affiliates are mustering their resources against grovtdng challenges to the "life and breath" of Aihericans, ^ ' Forty-seven piUioil'. men, women, and children throughout the United States suffer froni some form of chronic lung disease, Mrs. Clare Wilsey, board member of the Lung Association of the Redwood Empire said. "Of particular concern," Mrs. Wilsey pointed out, "are the conditions known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which include the 'big three' of lung troubles. These are nonreversible crippling eniphysema, chronic bronchitis, and asthma." Nationwide, some 1.3 million suffer from emphysema, about 6.5 million have chronic bi"onchitl«, and there are an estimated 6 million ksthma sufferers, more than 2 million of them children under 17. Deaths from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, including the 'big three', are at an all-time high in the nation, with oVer 41,000 victims claimed yearly, according to Mrs. Wilsey. Citing other figures that make lung disease a prime target for national and comhiunity action, Mrs. Wilsey said that' over 33,500 children under five die each year of. a respiratory disease, nearly 20,000 of them during the first month of life. Each year 300,000 persons die prematurely from cigarette caused disease. The total economic cost of diseases of the respiratory system in the U.S. is estimated at $16.5 billioh yearly. , ,One of the current major objectives of lung associations is to provide comprehensive and continuing care for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients. In working toward this goal, high priority is given to training physicians, nurses, laboratory workers and technicians, and other professional health workers in respiratory specialities. Continued efforts also are being made in preventing and reducing air pollution, encouraging school health educatiori of young children on the dangers of smoking, the major cause of ohronic bronchitis and emphysema. PUBLIC NOTICE FICnTlOUS BUSINESS ^ NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Acme Auto Trim & Awning 730 S. State Street., Ukiah, Cal. 95482 Jack Diurell Stewart 623 N. Bush St. Ukiah, Calif. 95482 This businesis is conducted by an individual. s-JackD. Stewart JACK D. STEWART. Ibjs statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 29, 1977, File No. 77-A-26 , 1-5,12,19,26,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE FlCTi 'nOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Ray's Tune- iq) ainic 615 Talmage Rd. Ukiah, Ca. 95482- Raymond Lesley Inman 4451 Hlway 20 Ukiah, Ca. 95482 "nils business is conducted by an individual. 8 -Raymond L. Inman RAYMOND L. INMAN Tills statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Jan. 3, 1978 File No. 78-R-2 1-5,12,19,26,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE FICTITKJUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: North Counties Real Estate,. 410 E. P ;erkin8 St. Ukiah Ca. 95482 Gary L. Akerstrom 195 San Jacinta Ukiah, Ca. 35482 ms business is conducted by an individual, PUBLICNGTICE s-Gary L. Akeratrom Gary L. Akerstrom Ihis statement was filed wiLh Ihe County Qerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 12, 1977. File No. 77-fJ-17 12-15,22,29,1.5,1977 PUBLIC NOTICE FICnTlOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE cFOLLOWIT^G PERS 6 N(^) IS (AEIE) DOING. BUSINESS AS: FIVE PENNY FARM at 1280 Road M, Redv»ood Valley, Ca, 95470 David E. Burkhart 1280 Road M Redwood Valley Ca. 95470 Tania G. Burkhart 1280 Road M Redwood Valley 95470 lliis business is conducted by an individual. s-Davld E. Burkhart David E. Burkhart File No. 77-F-17 12-22,29,1977 1-5,12,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE FICnTIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Fallen Leaf Enterprises at 161 Norgard Lane, Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Stephen A. Listen 161 Norgard Lane , Ukiah, Ca. 95482 Elaine M. Llston 161 Norgard Lane Ukiah, Ca. 95482 lliis business Is conducted by an individual s-Elalne M. Llston Elaine M. Llston lliis statement was filed with the County GerkO'f Mendocino County on Dec. 6, 1977. File No. 77-F-16 12-22,29,1977,1-5,12,1978 PUBLIC NO -iriCE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLLOWING PERSON(S) is (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: UKIAH MUSIC WORKS 763 S. State St. . Ukiah, Calif. 95482 Herbert Leong 5490 East Side Calpella Rd. PUBLIC NCnCE PUBLIC NOTICE D 2184 15th St. San Francisco Ca 94114 E Susan Lewis F Tracy Gary E Holmes Rancb Rd. Phllo Ca. 95466 • F 40 Redwood Dr. Ross^ Ca. 94957 G Joan Walsh 778 Clayton San Francisco Ca. 94117 H Susan Reid ' Holmes Ranch Rd. Phllo Ca. 954665 I Sarah Dayls 778 Clayton San Francisco Ca. 94117 J Cathy Merschel 196 Albion St. San Francisco Ca. 94100 Tills business Is conducted by an unincorporated association other than a partnership. s-Patrlcia DeFaveri Patricia DeFaveri This statement was filed with the County Clerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 19, 1977. File No. 77-H-18 12-22,29,1977,1-5,12,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE TIMBER FOR SALE, UNI/t ED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, OJtAL AUCTION BIDS as hereinafter designated will |^ received by the District Manager, Bureau of Land' Management, 555 Leslie Street, Ukiah, California 95482 at U:00 A.M., PACIFIC STANDARD TIME on Tliursday, January 26,1978 for all ' timber marked or designated for cutting. Before Uds are submitted, ftill information concerning- the tlmfoei', the conditions of sale an^ «ubinjsslon~of bids should be obtained from the above District Manager. ThieHght is hereby reserved to waive technical (infects In this advertisement and to reject any or all bids. The United States reserves the right to waive any informality in bids received whenever such waiver Is in the Interest of the United States. BUTTE CREEK SALE NO. 3 IN HUMBOLDT COUNTY: CALIFORNIA: PUBLIC security of RICHARD R. WHITE, dated October 4,1971 and recorded October 22,1971, in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Mendocino, State ' of ,California, in Book 865' oif Official Records at page 467. Dated December 23, 1977. FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY s-Terry D. Strickland Terry D. SiricKland- Vlce President , 12-29,1977,1-5,12,1978 PUBLICNGTICE Ukiah, Calif. 95482 This business is conducted by/DOMAIN: ORAL AUCTION: an individual. GREEN: All timber s-Herbert Leong designa,ted for cutting on HERBERT LEONG certain Federal lands on This statement was filed with the County Qerk of Mendocino County on Dec. 19, 1977. File No. 77-U-18 12-23,30,1977,1-5,12,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA FOR THfi COUNTY OF MENDOCINO No. 17042 Estate of CORA C. PRINZ Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, or to present, them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned atthe ofiRce of Leo M- Cook, in the Crawford Building, 114 North School Street, Ukiah, Ca., which Is the place of business of undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within four months aftpr the first publication of this notice. Dated December 19, 1977 NORMAN E. JOHNSON, SR. Executor of the will of the above named decedent LEO M. COOK P.O. Box 418 Ukiali, Ca. 95482 Attorney for executor 12-23,30,1977,1-5,12,1978 E ^SEV4, Section 34, SViNWV4, 8WV4. SWV4'SEV4 Section 35, T. IN., R. 4 E.. Humboldt Meridian; Lots 2,3, ahd 4, SMjNWy4, Section 2, T. 1 S., R. 4E., Humboldt Meridian, estimated for the purpose t>f this sale to be 2,250 M bd. ft. of DouglAs-flr. No bid for less than 96.60 per M bd. ft. for the Douglas-fir, or a total purchase price of $217,350.00 will be considered. Minimum deposit with bid $21,800.00. 12,1977,1-5,12,19,1978 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC rvfOTICE FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT THE FOLIX)WING PERSON(S) IS (ARE) DOING BUSINESS AS: Hallomas at 97l'Rte. 128 Navarro 95463 A. Dvora Honigstein B Rosemary Ward A 196 Albion St. San Francisco Ca, 94100 B Holmes Ranch Rd. Phllo Ca. 954«5 C Patricia Etefaveri D. Pamela Miller . C 2010 Craig Mill Rd . Phllo Ca 95466 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE —SALE On Thursday; the 19th day of January, 1978, at the hour of 11:00 o'clock A.M., of said day, at the East entrance of the Mendocino County Ck)urthouse at Ukiah County of Mendocino, State of Calfomla, FIRST AMERICAN TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY, a corporation, as trustee, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, In lawful money of the United States, all payable at the time of sale, the following described real property, situated In the County of Mendocino, State of California, and described as' follows, to-wit: Lot 23 of Block 1, as numbered and designated upon the map entitled "Plat of South Addition to Albion" now on file in the office of the County Recorder of the County of Mendocino, State of California. EXCEPTING therefrom that portion thereof conveyed, by John Bjong to the County of Mendocino, by deed dated June io, 1922, recorded in Liber 160 of Deeds, Page 116, Mendocino County Records. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty regarding .title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy 'the obligation secured by and ' pursuant to the power of sale conferred in a certain deed .of trust executed by JANltE I. LANE, an unmarried >*om8n trustor, to FIRST AMERICAN •iPITLE INSURANCE! COMPANY, a corporation as trustee, for the benefit and. RAWLES. HINKLE. FINNEGAN & CARTER (707) 4626694 > P.O. Box 720 Wdah, Ca. 95482 Attorney for Plaintiff SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA. COUNTY OF MENDOCINO COURTHOUSE STATE & PERKINS STS., UKIAH, CA. 95482 Plaintiff: LEROY VERNON CAUGHEY DEFENDANT: WILLIAM MUNRO, M.H. STEWART, DOES I through iL, Inclusive, , also all other persdns unknown claiming any right,, title, estate, lien or Interest in the real property described in , the complaint adverse to idaintiff's ownership, or any cloud upon plaintiff's title thfereto. SUMMONS CASE NUMBER 39384 N0TICE1 You have been sued. The court may decide against you without your being heard unless you respond within 30 days. Read the information below. ! AVISO! Usted ha side demandado. El Tribunal puede decidlr contra Ud.! sin audiencia, a menos que Ud. responda dentrp de 30 d|as. Lea la Informaclon que sigue. 1. TO THE DEFENDANT: A civil complaint has been filed ' by the plaintiff against you. (See footnote ) a. If you wish to defend tbls lawsuit, you must, within 30 days after this summons is served on you, file with this court a written pleading In response to the complaint. (If a Justice Court, you must file with the court a written ' ideadlhg or caUse ian oral {deading to be entered in the docket). Unless you do so, your default will be entered upon application of the plaintiff, and this court may enter a judgment against you for the relief demanded in the complaint, which could result in garnishment of wages, taking of money or property or other relief requested in the complaint b. If you wish to seek the advice of an attorney in this matter, you should do so promptly so that your written respons.e, if any, may be filed «n 41me. The object of this action Is to make the above defendants set forth the nature of their claim or claims to the real property in the complaint and hereinafter described, if any they have, and that such claim or claims be adjudged to be of no effect and void, and that plaintiff's title to said real property be quieted against theni. . The real property is situated in the County of Mendocino,' StatjB of Callforia, and Is more particularly described in E^diibit "A" attached hereto and made a part hereof. All that rieal property situate In the County of Mendocino, State of California, and described as follows: All that portion of Lot 2, lying South of Malo Paso Creek and Lot 3, Section 36, Township 14 North, Range 17 West, Mount Diablo Base and Meridian, excepting those portions sold to the State of California for Highway No. 1, recorded; August 28, 1963 in Book 636 Official Records, Page 291, \ Mendocino County Records ! and recorded May 15, 1967 in % Book 740 Official Records, •! Page ll9,Mendocino County *,i Records. Also Lot 3 and the A East of the Southwest VA of;! Section 31, Township 14 North, "i Range 16 West, Mount Diablo | Base and Meridian, exeepting { therefrom thatvportlQn con- J veyed to Maironite, Cor-,'! poration, recorded August 7, 1974 In Book 972 Official;; Records, Page 64, Mendocino ;{ County Records. \ DATED: Dec 19, 1977 ,, VIOLA N. RICHARDSON, aerk, By YOLANDA Mc-?; TAquE . ; Deputy , j; : 12-23,30,' 1977,1:5,12,1978 \ .

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