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Classes Elect At Kuemper Following election meetings 0/ the four classes at Kuemper High School, class officers were announced Friday for the c 0 m i n g year. Those elected were: Seniors — Tom CoUison of St. John's parish, Arcadia, president; Bob Rettenmaier, St. Joseph parish. Carroll, vice president; and Bob Halbur, SS. Peter and P a u 1, secretary. Juniors — Ray Eischeid. St. Augustine parish, Halbur, president; Cal Bliss, St. Lawrence, vice president; Harold Irlbeck, St. .Joseph, fwo days of surface calm. Dedham, secretary; and Ralph U.S. Dist. Judge William E. Mil Carroll, ; ler issued the temporary order Thursday at the request of city and school officials. They asked for it to bolster a police get- tough policy in dealing With racial flareups since 15 Negroes reported Arm Nashville Police With Broad US. Order NASHVILLE, Twin. «">—City officials armed Nashville police today with copies of a broad federal court order prohibiting any interference with school integration here. Besides banning acts intended to keep Negroes out of racially mixed first-grade classes, the order specifically forbids boycotts of the newly integrated grammar schools. Six schools end their first week of integration today, after Joseph, Venteicher, St treasurer. Sophomores — Brian Fitzpatrick, St. Lawrence, president; Judy Macke, St. Lawrence, vice president; Joan Lenz, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, secretary; and Rosalie Tigges, St. Mary's, Willey, treasurer. Freshmen officers were elected as follows for each home room: I Boom 450 —Linda Hugetmck, SS. Peter and Paul, president; Fred Oolezal, St. Lawrence, vice president; Rosemary Balk. SS. Peter and Paul, secretary; and Joe Vander- helden, St. Lawrence, treasurer.- Room 452 —John L. Tlefenthaler, St. Joseph. Carroll, president; John Schleisman, Holy Family, Lldder- dale, vice president; Audrey Spaen. f s. Peter and Paul, secretary; and lmer Venteicher, St. Joseph, Carroll, treasurer. Boom 868—Patty Auen, SS. Peter and Paul, president; Richard Srhrad, St. Francis, Maple River, vice president; Connie Schreck, St. Joseph, Carroll, secretary; and Mary Ann Walden, St. Lawrence, treasurer. Boom 458 — Paul Colllson, St. John's, Arcadia, president; Delores Plckhlnke, St. Lawrence, vice president; Maureen Lynch, St. Lawrence, secretary; and Alary Ann Cochran, SS. Peter and Paul, treasurer. Boom 358—Steve Macke, St. Lawrence, president; Marilyn Schlrck, St. Lawrence, vice president; Ruth Dophelde, St. Mary's, Willey, secretary; and Robert Bromert, St. Lawrence, treasurer. ROSELLE 4-H ELECTS ROSELLE — New officers were elected by the Rose Valley Ram biers 4-H Club at their meeting September 9. Elected were: Betty Rothmeyer, president; Marion Steffes, vice president; Janice Overmohle, secretary - treasurer; .Patty Renze* reporter; Mary Joe Hulsing, historian; Mary Jane Taphorn, library chairman; Jane Rupiper, music chairman; Mrs, John Hannasch, leader; and Mrs. George T. Renze, assistant leader, After the election, plans were dis cussed for the year. A report was given on the scrap iron drive which was held jointly with the Roselle boys' 4-H club. A Hallow- sen party was planned for the next meeting, October 14. fendants. In addition, it strikes out broadly at "other persons now or hereafter in active concert with them"—that is, others who conspire with the named defendants. Judge Miller has ordered a hearing Monday on whether to replace the stop-gap restrainer with a temporary injunction. Mayor Ben West said city policemen will read the order to any crowds gathering "in front of or near the schools." Held Without Bond Kasper, released on $600 appeal bond from the city workhouse Thursday, promptly landed in Davidson County jail, where he is held without bond on a state charge of inciting to riot, based on his anti-integration speeches^ here. The Daily Record for classes along with about 2,000 j Hc WM sent " to tne workhoU8e af . white first-graders Monday. Mil ler Ordered the integration CMnlon-Type. Order The order is similar to one under which Northern segregationist John Kasper was twice convicted in last year's integration disturbances at Clinton, Tenn. It also names Kasper. the Rev. John-McCurio, itinerant preacher from Albuquerque, N.M.; and 10 Nashville area residents as de­ ter failing to pay a $200 fine on disorderly conduct, vagrancy and loitering charges.. McCurio, who has preached to Kasper-led segregationist rallies, also was arrested Thursday night on the same city charges. He was held in city jail in lieu of $200 bond. Whereabouts of the other defendants named in the injunction was not known. COURTHOUSE New Cars Registered- Manning Creamery Company, Manning, Ford; Phil O. Bush, Carroll, Ford; Garst Company, Coon Rapids, Ford; Darrell W. Onken, Carroll, Chevrolet; John M. Powers, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Raymond J, Brincks, Carroll, Ford; Peter G. Balk, Dedham, Buick; Jack M. Stangl, Coon Rapids, Ford; Howard E. Blackley, Ralston, Chevrolet; Schmitz Sand and Gravel, Arcadia, International; Ivan L. Opperman, Manning, Chevrolet; Vrigil W. Lhotka, Carroll, Studebaker; Adelaide Spaen, Carroll, Chevrolet; Fred Petersen, Manning, Dodge; Breda Auto Company, Breda, Ford; Urban J. Janning, Carroll, Buick; Henry G. Olberding, Breda, Plymouth; Donald L. Onken, Carroll, Chevrolet; Peter H. Schmitz, Arcadia, Buick; Farner - Bocken Company, Carroll, Chevrolet; Bernard J. Balk, Dedham, Pontiac; Gerald E. Darling,, Carroll, Plymouth; Louis J. Nockels, Carroll, Chevrolet; Earl J. Kanne, Carroll, Buick; Frank W. Rutten, Carroll, Ford; Warren L. Kline. Carroll, Buick; G. L. Churchsmith, Carroll, Chevrolet; Marvin J. Hoffmann, Carroll, Chevrolet; Joseph R. Sporrer, Dedham, Ford; Josephine E. McDonald, Ralston, Buick; Melvin D. Kusel, Manning, Ford. Army Merged With Egypt's— * Tension Appears to Be Easing in Syria Deaths and Funerals HENRY EMMICK Funeral services for Henry Emmick, 82, of Ralston, who passed .away Thursday morning after a short illness, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the United Brethren Church at Ralston. Burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. The body will be at the Huffman Funeral Home, Glidden, until the hour of the funeral service. DAMASCUS, Syria 1*1—Signs of easing tension appeared today aft- of the Cabinet and the return of Syria's top military leaders from talks in Cairo. Premier Sabri Assail told reporters there was nothing new in the situation and "nothing to be worried about" after the fourth urgent Cabinet session in as many days. A government spokesman said Brig. Afif Bizry, leftist army commander, and Lt. Col. Abdel Hamid Serraj, army intelligence chief, had returned from their hurried visit to Cairo. No details on their talks with' President Nasser and other Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, Sept. 13, 1957 Egyptian leaders were disclosed here. But before leaving Cairo Bizry declared Syria will not use its Soviet-supplied arms to attack anyone, including Israel. "What we will do is fight back against any attack." Bizry told the Egyptian Middle East News Agency. "We will burn the sky and the land to defend out country against Zionists or others." Accuses Dulles Bizry accused U.S. Secretary of State Dulles of waging a war of nerves against Syria. He predict* ed that Arab countries now getting arms from the United States will never use them against other Arab states. He also asserted the military aid Syria has received from the Soviet Union is for defense and said Russia has never asked Syria, to sacrifice its independence. Bizry said Syria will not attack Israel because "we have signed an armistice agreement and, unlike Zionists, we honor our signature." Bizry said the Syrian and Egyptian armies are a single force under Egypt's supreme command. MRS. JOHN GOLW1TZER Many .relatives' from the Carroll area, including members of her Hightower(Continued from Page 1) IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Associated Press Sept. 13, 1957 580 Sept. 13, 1956 _ 496 lOWI MOTHERS IJLRCIBEI MM PAINT • Cowers aoftfty more •qusre feet of me* , mo* per gallon* • Econoxnicfti !*-8ftve8 time, tabor, money. • Extremely durable! —lasts much longer4 » Gives protection si low cost per year. been set and the issues sharply drawn for a major debate between Gromyko and Secretary of State Dulles in the United Nations General Assembly which opens in New York Tuesday. Officials are intrigued and puzzled, however, over what the Soviet Union is trying to accomplish by its tough, line. At the outset of the London Disarmament talks last March, Soviet relations with the Wess, while not particularly good, were relatively quiet. As the talks developed many American officials, though by no means all, got the impression that the Russians were negotiating seriously. But during the' summer, the Russians began to talk tough. The disarmament talks brought increasing Soviet criticism of Western proposals, and the tone of Moscow propaganda became hostile. A climactic point was reached last month when Moscow announced the development of an intercontinental ballistic missile and claimed that this not only rendered the United States.vulnerable to attack for the first time but also outmoded the American system of foreign military bases. In some parts of the world, notably the Middle East, reports to Washington say that the over-all effect of Soviet toughening, particularly the ICBM announcement, has been to impress people with Soviet strength and a feeling that relatively the United States may not have as much military power as they had formerly thought. ON SALE AT I ARROLL UMBER 10. Junction Highways 71 and 30 Dial 3176 immediate family, attended funeral services at St. Joseph, Thursday for Mrs. John Golwitzer, 60, who died in her farm home north of St. Joseph, Monday. Requiem mass In St. Joseph, Church at St. Joseph was celebrated by the Rev. Leo Schumacher. Sons and daughters attending were Fred, Manning; Arnold, Carroll; Leonard, Glidden; Mrs. Ralph (Martha) Hagedorn, Manning; Mrs. Lloyd (Regina) Vogt, Spring Valley, Minn.; Mrs. Rudy (Leona) Drees, Mrs. Vernon (Eleanor) Pottebaum, Carroll; Clarence, Luverne; John Jr., Algona; Alvina, Fort Dodge, and members of their families. Others present from Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drees, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Drees, Mr. and Mrs. John Pottebaum, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vogt, George Tigges, Edward Hansman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayer, Leonard Klocke, Mr. and Mrs. John Haverman and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brincks; from Westside Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lohman; from Glidden William Schoen Jr.; from Templeton Mr. and Mrs. John Rotert; and from Dedham Frank Hoffman Jr., Mrs. Anton Klocke and son, Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Klocke and daughter, Sheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Golwitzer and Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. John Weitl, George and Mary Seidl, Colette Wiskus, Alfred and Bernard Klocke, George Koester and Leonard Hoffman. From other localities were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wiskus of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. John Burger and John Jr. of Westphalia, Kan., and Mrs. Marie Starks of Kansas City, Mo. Dinner was served to the family and out-of-town visitors by the Catholic Daughters and Knights of Columbus of St. Joseph Church. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Muriel Rose Meyer, Carroll. Dismissals- Richard Lee Woolsey, Carroll. Mrs. Andrew J. Hoffman. Carroll. Mrs. Merle Heuton, Glidden. Stephen Wittrock, Manning. Mrs. Mary Heiman, Breda. Mrs. Fred G. Gosch and baby, Carroll. Hiram H. McQueen. Bayard. Mrs. Wilbur A. Karsten and baby, Manning. Mrs. Walter W. Tigges, Carroll. Mrs. John F. Muenchow, Arcadia. Mrs. Lloyd A. Bonham, Missouri Valley. Births— Dr. and Mrs. Norman J. Gradoville, • Carroll, a daughter. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy P. Sondgeroth, Carroll, a daughter, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Ries- selman, Manilla, a daughter, Thursday. Test Flight Of Plane Postponed Test flight of a reassembled Lockheed Vega aircraft was postponed Friday at the Carroll airport because the plane had not yet been judged airworthy. Gene Zych of Schenectady, N. Y., indicated the plane might be flown later in the day or whenever minor readjustments could be made. The craft, purchased by General Electric for electronic research, has been rebuilt by Shelby Hagberg, Carroll airport manager. Its wooden frame makes the craft ideal for the type of research for which it is intended. Hospital Host at District Meeting Members of the staff of St. Anthony Hospital were hosts to representatives of District Four, Iowa Hospital Association, at a district meeting here from 2 to 4 p.m. Thursday. District Chairman Stanley Vol- fca, administrator of Myrtue Memorial Hospital, Harlan, conducted a session of nurses and administrators from 2 to 3 p.m. while record librarians met as a separate group. Both groups then were joined by nurses, student nurses, technicians and engineers of the St. Anthony staff for a general session in the nurses' audi- Liquor(Continued from Pagp 0 Ed Richardson, test pilot, andjtorium at 3 p.m. on "Safety Zych plan to fly the plane to G.E.'s main plant at Schenectady. in Rohlman(Continued from Page 1) Carroll Markets BUREAU TO MEET A special meeting of the Women's Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce will be held at 8 p.m. Monday in the office of Carl J. Hess, president of the Carroll County State Bank. MONUMENTS Compare quality, workman, ship and prlco . . . and you'll buy your monumont from Me- Phtrson Mtmarlal Co. McPherson Memorial Co. Acrois from Ctm»t«ry Phona 3M1 — Carroll. Iowa Qpan Sundays t Till < GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow .._ Oats $2.12 1.13 where the parents died. Orphaned, Henry Rohlman went to Nebraska where he finished his elementary schooling. He enrolled in St. Lawrence College, Mount Calvary, Wis., in 1891 and later attended what is now Loras College in Dubuque. He was ordained a priest in 1901 and designated assistant pastor at a Dubuque church. He studied at the Catholic University, Washington, D.C., did mission work in Montana and became pastor of St. Mary's, Waterloo, Iowa, in 1911. He headed the campaign to raise one million dollars for Loras College and shortly after became. business -manager of the Hospitals." The safety session was addressed by Duane W. Wendle of the engineering audit department, St. Paul Mercury Insurance C 0 m- pany, Des Moines, whose talk was preceded by a motion picture entitled "Diagnosis, Danger " Lunch was served by the local hospital staff at the conclusion of the meeting. Attending were Mr. S c h u 11 z, new administrator of the Crawford County Memorial Hospital, Denison; Mrs. Pearl Corrie and Mrs. Miller of the Ida Grove Hospital; Richard Glenn, executive director of the Sioux City office of the Blue Cross plan; Charles Patterson of Sioux City and Victor Hornick, Carroll, Blue Cross representatives; Mrs. Jean Booth, medical record librarian at Harlan; Sr. M. Ann Therese, registered record librarian at St. An- j thony Hospital; Marilyn Wiederin and Lauvine Hoffman of the St. mits totaled 298.215, a decrease of 175,751 in the last 10 years. Taking up its operations in detail, the commission reported sales totaled $37,580,946, up $129,025. Gallonage sales amounted to 2,208,678, up 7,138 gallons. Net income amounted to $8,923,757, up $54,075. Net operating expenses was $3,054,987, up $118,953. At the close of the fiscal year, the commission had undistributed! profit of $10,385,267. The commission said each $1 of sales produced more than 23Vi» cents of profit. Net operating expenses have increased 33 per cent in the last seven years. Almost all expenses have shown "the effects ot the spiraling cost of doing business." In Cairo, he said, there was a "general review of the situation, as the two armies are one, with one command and one plan.'* Also returning to Damascus was Salah Tarazi, general secretary of the Syrian Foreign Ministry, who went to Beirut for talks with Lebanon's Foreign Minister Charles Malik. Damascus newspapers quoted Tarazi as saying relations would be improved if the United Stales would' recognize Syrian neutrality and would not interfere in Syrian domestic affairs. Border Trouble While the tension between Washington and Damascus appeared to be easing, trouble broke out along the Syrian-Lebanese border. Reports from Beirut said 10 persons were killed in a 45-minute battle between Lebanese police and a band of unidentified armed men in northern Lebanon An announcement from Lebanon's Interior Ministry said a police patrol encountered the armed band as it was crossing th« border from Syria into Lebanon. The ministry statement: said it. was not known whether the band was made up of Lebanese or Syrians. Meetings Resumed By DeMolay Order Members of Hugh de Payen Chapter, Order of De Molay, met in the Masonic Hall, Thursday night, for their first regular session since May. James Duff of Scranlon acted as master councilor in the absence of Lanny Seaton who has moved to lndianola. Mike Hensel and James Duff reported on the State Conclave at Templar Park, Spirit Lake, in June, and Bruce Robb gave a report on two social events held during the summer. Plans were discussed for a hay- ride to take place in the near future. New officers will be elected at the next meeting, Thursday night, September 26. A meeting and elec Chicago Grain could be your Wiring Is Overloaded Expecting an outdated wiring system to carry the toad of today's many new elec* tricar appliances is like sending a boy to do a man's job. Be Safot Call Your Favorite IttctrleUn Today I lews Public Service Co. MODERN LIVING NEEDS MODERN WIRING JOHN HESS (.Timet Herald Vtrnt Servfeit) WALL LAKE — Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Peace Lutheran Church in Wall Lake for John Hess, 70, who died Saturday night at his farm home north of Wall Lake. Rev. O. E. Weiss had charge of the services. Music was furnished by Leland Weitzel, accompanied on the organ by Roland Erickson. Mrs. Charles Reglein, Mrs. Carl Kies and Hilda Pagel had charge of the flowers. Pallbearers were Albert NUetz- man, Louis Strauss, A r e n d Schulte, Roy Frank, Merlin Wollesen and Ed Albrecht. Burial was in the Wall Lake cemetery under the direction of Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Mr. Hess was born July 21, 1887 to Robert and Mary Hess and spent his entire life on the Hess farm north of town. He was united in marriage to Carrie Bollman on Feb. 18, 1914. He is survived by his wife; one son, Lawrence, of Tucson, Ariz.; and four grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Herman Greve, Mrs. Louie Weitz- Theaa Market* are Varnished by the Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Ht £h Low Close Close WHEAT 215% Sept. 215% 214 V» 214'* 215% Sept. 214 »t 'Dec. 321 H 220 220% 221 > „ 321 H 220 % 22 H* March 224«i 223ii 223 # 223% 224% 224 % May 220 >« 219 V, 219 219 »i May 220 >« 219 V, 219% 219 Ti COBS Sept. 12414 122 Vi 122% 124% Sept. 12414 122 Vi 123 124 Dec. 123% 122% 122'4 123'i 123% 122% 123 123% March 127', 127 % .127 Vi 127 \ 127', 127 % 127% May OATS 131 130% 130 % 130% May OATS 130% Sept. 65% .65% 65% 65% Sept. 65% Dec. 69 6S% 69 68% 6S% 68 "i March 71J4 71<4 71 7H4 71% May 71J4 71<4 71i>4 71H ••m, SO* BEANS 71i>4 Sept. 238% 237% 237% 237% 237% Sept. 238% 237% 237% 237% Nov, 235ii 233 H 234 % 234% 233 H 234% 235 Jan. 238% 237 H 237% 238 Vi LARD 238% Sept. 12.57 12.47 12.47 12.60 Oct. 12.75 12.A7 12.67 12.80 i Dec. 12.32 12.15 12.16 13.25 College. . , , a „u uauvmc nuuuiau ui inc Father Rohlman was appointed j Anthony record Iibrary staff . bishop of Davenport, Iowa, in, ...... ,• .*,».,.•„.....,.»» o™ 1927 and served there for 17 years. I The next district meeting will tion 0 f the.Mothers' Club will be He became coadjutor archbishop j be at the Ida Grove hospital, No- ;held at the same tim6i I vember 14. A program on Trends ! in Modern Nursing" will be pre\ seated by Edna Fagan of Omaha. 59iof Dubuque in 1944 and succeeded as fourth archbishop of the see two years later. Afte.r his resignation as Archbishop of Dubuque, the prelate made his home in Mount Saint Bernard Seminary, Dubuque. Faubus(Continued from Page 1) Chicago Livestock CHICAGO I/O—Butcher hogs declined 25 to 50 cents Friday and sows were down mostly 25, but as high as 50 cents on weights under 330 pounds. No. 1 to 3 butchers scaling 200 to 225 pounds sold from $19.25 to $19.75. Mixed grade 300 to 425 pound sows brought $18.25 to $19.25, with a few up to $19.50. The cattle market was steady. Good and choice fed steers brought $20.50 to $24.00, anc! a few choice steers $25.00, the practical top. (USDA) — Salable hogs 6,000; market slow, uneven 25 to mostly 50 lower on butchers; closed fully 50 lower; sows mostly 25 lower; instances 50 lower weights under 330 lb; No. 1-3 200-225 lb butchers isms alone won't solve these problems," Hays said. Legal Flexibilities "Under our Anglo-Saxon law there are certain flexibilities." "I have some definite ideas and 1 think the President and the governor have, too." It may take several keys to open this door but if any one of, them is found it will be a long step toward a solution," Hays said. The conference may not bring a definitive end to the struggle that broke out in Little Rock last week when Faubus sent the National Guard to surround Central High School, with orders to turn away Negroes attempting to sign up for classes. Faubus is under summons to appear 1 in Federal Court Sept. 20, for a hearing on a preliminary injunction to stop interference with the integration of the school. But if Eisenhower and Faubus can agree in advance of that on a formula for ending the federal- j state dispute over their respective! boundaries of authority, the court i hearing could become a formality STATIONED AT SAN DIEGO Pvt. Robert L. Tunning of the U. S. Marine Corps is now stationed at San Diego, Calif. His address is Pvt. Robert L. Tunning, 1682186, Pit. 399, MCRD San Diego, .40, Calif. Pvt. Tunning is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tunning of Coon Rapids. FIRE DESTROYS BARN ANAMOSA UP) — While Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freese were visiting in Cedar Rapids Thursday fire destroyed a barn on thejr farm seven miles northeast of here. The fire was discovered by John Dirks, a neighboring farmer. Legal Notices NOTICE OK APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA. CARROLL COUNT*, us. No. 7117 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as executor of the estate of Jennie Daley deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. V. Stuart Perry, Executor Edward S. White, Attorney Dated August 29, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke,. Clerk District Court Aug. 30; Sept. 6, 13, 1957 It's an I for an I when two egotists get together. BIGGEST VALUE IN TOWN! •Hi' COME IN AND SEE IT I HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. el and Mrs. Hans Schmidt, all of : 19.25-19.75; larger lots mixed Lake View. . » j grades 300-425 lb sows 18.25-19.25. Treason is the only crime defined in the Constitution of the United States. "Yankee" comes from the Dutch word "yanku" meaning to snarl. A Good Thought for Today: Even a small smile would make a difference on some faces. A Good Thought- For Moving Day: Coll ut for reliable trucking service* We specialize in household goodt. Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll Phone 3521 no. 1 specialist in packing and moving Hum VMtNftttM Courteous ConvtnUnt Carrier Give Your Home A Weil-Groomed Look! INSIDE or OUTSIDE PAINTS for • Low Cost • Low Upkeep • Durability Rettenmaier Drug mw.sth-pui 2101 One Gallon SEIDLITZ HOUSE PAINT with purchase of 5 Gals. SEIDLITZ HOUSE PAINT or PRIMER OR Buy fewer than 5 gats, at *1 00 OFF per gatloft! Reg. Price $6.95 gal LIMITED TIME OUT

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