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Chester Times (Newspaper) - September 22, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania WE DO OUR PART 58TH 17704 Dall7 Leasts Wire Reports United Pres mpi International New Service INS FINAL JDHIOlf With All and Best of the Day COUNTY SCIENCE INSTITUTE HAS AN ANNIVERSARY Sessions in Observance of Founding 100 Years Ago at Media Gen Price Polled 32718 Votes in Primary Election Unofficial returns of the votes cast at the Primary election Tuesday re veals that one of the most spirited contests staged was that by George W Allen and James M Hamilton leaders of Independent Republican factions for the county controller nomination Allen with a total vote m city and county of 9494 had a 335 i crsons Closelv Identified I najorUy over his opponent Hamii ovi iucmmiu tons vote being 9159 James T Stewart regular Republi can incumbent was an easy winner with 27410 A J Crawford Demo crat received 6497 votes and his op ponent on that ticket S P Clarke Major General William G Price Jr of this city was high man on the T ULJ I Hi tAII HitJ Republican ticket for thc shrievalty nomination with 32718 votes Major John H Fay of Yeadon candidate supported by General Smedley D Butler U S M C re tired was third in the race for the nomination with 7987 votes his fel low townsman W T Wright record ing a vote of 9619 Dr S A Brown of Ridley Park the other Republican r nn11 ft on J With Scientific Research Work in Attendance The Delaware County Institute of Science began its second hundred years of scientific and historical re search for the acquisition and dif fusion of general knowledge at impressive and wellattended meet ings held yesterday in Institute Hall Media Letters of congratulation from President Franklin D Roose velt exPresident Herbert C Hoover Governor Gifford Pinchot State Supreme Court Justice W r Schaf ickef throughout the country and from the The Democratic nominee Is Na Royal Microscopical Society of LonI f 1 Pccmn with 5049 votes his don England were received promi IMH James McBride ncnt speakers graced both afternoon an evening meetings an dguides led visitors and delegates sent frorp varir cms institutions and societies in tlie East through the institute all day and evening explaining the various collections on exhibition The speakers were Dr Witrner j sftone vice president of the Academy T A RAP TAXfTD A fT tUNlKACr popular public speaker and historian Over 80 delegates arrived for the all day celebration besides 200 others attended the meetings and in spected the assortment of scientific and historic data stored up in the South avenue building which houses the institute and museum The collection which attracted the most notice was thc fluorescent min rral collection The collector Mrs W Hersey Thomas of Mount Airv I COAL OPERATORS SAND UNION SIGN POSTPONEMENT OF RUM RING CASE IS BEING SOUGHT Rumors Rife That Federal Prosecutor May Agree to Temporary Delay Defense Counsel Fails o Appear at the Morning Session Although attorneys for Slate Sen ator John J McClmc and several score other persons indicted in a liquor conspiracy had served notice they would ask for a postponement of the trial set for next Wednesday they failed to appear and make such a request during the morning session of Federal Court in Philadelphia to day Chet A Keyes Special United otates Attorncv Genera the case was on hand opened but left when failed to make an for the CHESTER PA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22 TWJBNITTWO PAGES ASK FOR SEADROMES PRICE TWO CENTS Continued on Last Page SUN OIL OFFICIAL Agreement Outlaws Strikes and Provides for Blanket Recognition Peace Treaty Ends Years of Mine Strife Goes to Roosevelt WASHINGTON sept An agreement outlawing strikes and recogni in the turbulent eastern soft coal j fields was ready for President Roose T TT T velt s approval today J Howard Pew vicepresident thc Sun Oil Company was i chairman of the Transportation rnittee for the oil industry by Sec retary of the Interior Harold L Ickes administrator for the industry Thc affects 314000 committee mvprs fhn wnur n jurisdiction Secrctarv w w VI Hi lUUclj Will esident of The peace treaty designed to end for the accused ti as named 1 years of mine strife was signed last PJeas f01 delav Ption Com night by representatives of workers having obtained t V MV Kff T1 H t sMF tN n 10 nlrra and operators producing 70 per cent bituminous coal Ickes announced last evening that the administration is ready to proceed against violators of hours of labor conditions of ment and settlement of disputes iTnlgrtatJ Of the contract the united Mine Workers of orers of the oil code Many cases have been Ohio northern and the administration and West Virginia Maryland rgna eastern Kentucky north enifenn reported Mr Ickes has authorized i Glavis chief of the Bureau of inlessee as the Pennsyl southern have of Federal JudgeGeorge T Welsh who refused their pleas of abatement to quash the indictments and it was believed these exceptions may be thc basis for an appeal to the Circuit Court At the conclusion of thc stormy sion Wednesday Judge Welsh dvised defense attorneys that any continu ance would have to be agreed 10 y tvveen themselves and Chct A Kevcs prosecuting the case Keyes merely smiled yesterday when asked if it was true that he had offered to permit postponement of the trial for about two weeks on the sole condition that the defens would utilize the days of grace in ther thin in to delay the trial The manner in which the jurist brusquely cut short defense argu ments on Wednesday convinced spec tators that he proposes to brook lit tle delay in calling the trial It is equally problematical in formed observers believe whether Judge Welsh will psrmit attorneys for the accused to enter additional today after thc hearing under the guise of arguing for an adjourn ment CHESTER PAIR KILLED IN UPSTATE CRASH 2 CHILDREN DIE HERE Mr and Mrs Alvin T Powers of East Tenth Street Lose Lives When Auto Driven by Neighbor Swerves Into Path of Motor Bus Near Cresson Other Persons In jured in Same Crash ikey the time of 0 hours will bc possible with the seadromes HurricaneSwept Vessel Arrives Here for Repairs Another vessel that encountered the hurricane that swept the Allan tic between thc Bahamas and tlie i East Coast Jast week limped into i ner steci twisted lifeboats battered ic sturdy Dixiana operated by thc Thc 500foot f tanker i ILUVI jy mi American Sugar Refinery between wnwii Hi iC tilC Sun Shipyard for repairs which mav require a weeks time to complete C lhC Cm c M Torgersen a hardy i SaUd thc I keen blue eyes surveyed his vessel after she wns docked It was then related by other mem bers of the crew all of whom si with the highest praise for Capi Torgersen that they struck the h ricnnc at noon on September when the vessel was RO miles si southwest of Cape Hattcras N C The vessel had cleared Port Tarafa ouoa with a cargo of molasses on September 11 Weather reports re believe that he hurricane was3 ing oft thc coast of Florid and aclrnitted that the recent he thought he had csritwMr passeTthrouh TT hs Sepi H had experienced tember 15 thp i attempt might be made to argue the ASK FOR SEADROMES John C Pew Joins Inventor in Request for U S Aid Here McCormick Jr 9 Son of Local Physician Fatally Injured Near His Home in Nether Boobly 6 first Ward Youngster Run Down and Dies in Chester Hospital died i MI automobile accident yes ni11 Hchool student was iiiil red iuiu his homejuul n West End rirl died in tle hosll after bcinjr stnck by an aulomobilc mi sen thing batted clown nnH question as to whether any of the n was tou6h all right reluctant aU the affidavits are voided by the possible answered thc little skipper as his intervention of thc statute of limita tions All of the defendants entered their pleas under protest and a the Department of th Interior to go ahead with the pros ecution of the worst of the violations Most of the alleged violations in volve the gasoline price and hot oil provisions of the code It is under stood that some of the worst cases have been reported from the Brook yn NY area Others are said to be in California and Texas ACH LENINGRAD RUSSIA LENINGRAD Russia Sept i and Mrs Charles A Lind bergh arrived at 150 p m today after a 200mile flight from Helsmgfon Finland across the Gulf ot Finland HELSINGFORS Finland Sept and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh took off in their seaplane at 1103 a m today lor Leninsrad Russia There was a strong head wind as Ins fliers left on the 200mile flight eastward over the Gulf of Finland to the old Czarist capital They had kept their plane at Skar pudden naval base near here since their arrival from Kralskrona Sweden Wednesday Mrs Lindbergh had recovered from a cold which sent her to bed on their arrival and kept her indoors at the Kemp Hotel all yesterday while Lind bergh was sightseeing and talkin to Premier Pehr Evind Svinhufvud U S TREASURY BALANCE CUP Tiie Treasury net balance for Sep tember 20 5119612657959 Miscel lanious Internal revenue receipts for that day were 5226631436 Customs receipts for tha month through September 20 were part constitutedblanket recognition of number added that their protest Continued on Page Twenty of the union in the affected fields COUNTY The provision outlawing strikes de x A r llVEauJirLV A strike orstoppaee of work on the ot the mine workers shall be a violation of this agreement Under no circumstances shall the operator discuss the matter under mine committee or ai NEWSPAPER CODE I REBELS KILLED BY CUBA A group Including John G Pew Continued on Iae Twcnlv Pnvidcllt the Sun Shipbuilding and Drydock Co E R Armstrong Wilmington inventor of the Arm strong seadrome and Major Fleet FILL VACANCIES Chester Times Editor WitLoyal Forces Clash as ness at Washington j PresidentMartinMain Proceedings tains His Power the suspension of work of agreement Several changes were made in the official lamily of the Delaware County Firemens Association last evening of the icadquar r fJ t t H At ernment on behalf of the Ocean Dock Corporation As announced in last Wednesdays Chester Tinics the1 corporation plans i uu y i in mi automobile accident which oc cuncd on tlie William Perm Highway i in Hit vicinity of Crevson Pu i Mrs John P Csssidy ngcd 50 of G34 Potter street driver of thecar is patient in the Mercy Hospital Al toonn nnd Mrs Mnbel Hottle of Mc Cnll Holghlfi Aston township another piissciiRer in thfi cnr was treated for culs bruises and Thc piuty left nils city yesterday morning looking forward to it ant motor I rip to Cleveland O they Intended to vtit Frank a son of the couple killed who is covering from an Illness It is reported Uuvt thicollision oc curred when Mri Cusiay another cnr on tlic hlshvay wiilch wends its way Ihroiiyli the niotiu talns in the cnlml section of thc state Her tar is said to have swerved into the path of n heavy motorbus which wns ai the time de dtrRCtion The us driven bv Clvde nolicrts aged 2l of WnyiusbuiR Pa crushed into the smaller vehicle i Mr Powers expired nt thc scene of accident nnd Mrs Powers died last cvcninR In the hospital at AHoona j A psamtiiatlon of thc oihcr mcnibrr of the party made by hos pital authorities revealed that Mrs i j Cassldy hud sustained a fractvire of Uie hip nnd that Mrs Hottle had suffered minor injuries Mrs Cassidy YOUTH INDICTED AS CHILD SLAYER she will be a patient timu Mrs Hottle after re Ueutmeiu was discharged The inotorbiw was carrying 29 mem bers of the Wriynesburg football tor a enme against University at Lewisburg last Mr Powers wns a native of Ohio and en me to this city from Marietta a number of years ago with Mrs Powers to settle in thc eastern sec tion of the city He was employed in a tire sales and repair establishment un West Ninth street near Sproul street operated by his son Chester Powers who resides In Parkslde Ihose who survive the couple are two sons Chester Powers of Park side and Prank of Cleveland Ohio imcl two daughters Mrs Ethel Hunter of this city nnd Mrs Cath erine Jackson of Philadelphia John Cassldy husband ot thc driver ot uie mfnted cnr received only tha barest Information of his wifes in juries and lelt for AHooim this morn Funeral lUTimgcments for Mr and plcted Physicians Son Killed son for the purpose of filling A committee ofThreTunited Mine by the recent death Workers shall be elected at each i city W BaSshaw Sl this n a j P posed newspaper SUn VvHh Continued on Last LOSS MILLION HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY United Press PO Sept uiNGi fanned by a freshening breeze fire which broke out in the Roman oatnoac cathedral at Valleyfield about 35 miles southwest of here early today swept the cathedral sec tor with loss estimated at 51000000 The flames gaining headway before a volunteer fire brigade could get into action swept the church stric ture valued at and the Sisters of Jesus am Vir sti t razins the million dollar Five hundred nuns and pupils fled from the building to safety as fire men struggled against the blaze and calls for reinforcements were ruhed to nearby towns After sweeping the cathedral and the flames jumped to vicepresident having raised from the office of second vicepresident John Morgan of the Felton Fire Company No 3 this dent Morgan was a director in th second district of the association which includes all companies of th city department President Thomas J Campbell and former association president Gcorg E Hill yesterday attended the Del aware State Volunteer Firemens As sociation Convention In progress jt Laurel Delaware Judge Albert Dut ton MacDade was also a visitor and took part as a speaker on the con vention program YOUNG PHYSICIAN GETS CERTIFICATE Dr Newton Wyman son of Dean Levi P Wyman of the Pennsylvania MiJitaryCollege irho resides at 115 cuiaiiuii have on a j administration of the code I Elisl3 Hanson attorney for tlie snhrmtlpri iv v u i t ment troops clashed indecisively with small rebel bands in thc provinces to 1 day as President Ramon GranSan t Martin maintained his power nt the e anchored at regular TJtlltnc Atlantic ocean the Uniicd States and the Azores i mi eslnds coast ot It Probablc tllc seadrome will had bseii approved by the associa tion s code committee rcode as offered pro vided for a code autl of the ANPA board of representatives i president and i each from the miana uaiiy Press on the Southern Newspaper rs Association and thc New Publishers Association i bince there are 14 directors of the I AN PA it was thought that a board i as originally planned would bc un wieldy The publishers proposed therefore that five instead of H di j rectors serve on the authority j Deputy Administrator Lindsay Rog 1 ers presided at the hearing held in j the ornate Department of Commerce I auditorium in the presence of 300 I publishers and representatives other divisions of rebels were killed and one injured when loyal forces a rebel band of uuknown j but probably little strength in the i moron section of Caniaguey province was the force of Captain Juari Hernandez veteran revolutionist Cuban Sandino While features of the project forth by those in back of the move i is Jhat tlie project 14111 re the immediate employ of 10000 on direct labor who will be employed for more than 2 years It will utilize 125000 tons of steel as well ns large quantities of other metals It will make possible aerial express and the flying time ot iiuu iVX13 Coimick of Providence road ana Bullcns lane wasfatally injured Continued on Last the President under which his father could lay down hisarms Eight men apparently the main body of another rebel band in thc Sancti Spiritus section of Santa Clara j Province were captured by govern I ment troops under a corporal In eluded in the captives was the revolt i leader Esteban Ferrer Unverified reports from Santiago said that the largest force in the field which seized control of tlie i eastern seaport of Gibara reailv did so m behalf ot thc government to examinations doubtful saved AT ROCKIXG Toff stretch Call Chimney Top Weather clear track slow AT HAVRE DE GRACE Child Distinct Time Prometheus Compromis ing Little Garlaronnd Wcslys Lad Rustic Cuba Peach Basket Shavings Catalan TufTy G Trcn tonian Orejon Fir Come On IVcalhcr clear track fast AT LINCOLN FIELDS Snowplay Tryfair Mar tin Barton Lcc Sanfa Sophia Lapidary residence of Bishop certificate is at the present time Vaileyfield re chief resident physician at Temple jre that it was University Hospital Philadelphia the building could be DrWyman is we known in this city where he ssrved his internship at the Chester Hospital Prior to cn DBERGH teving medical school hc attended PTTTF RT Military College of lb JJLASTED he is a graduate While a cadet he distinguished himself as a PARIS Sept pla3cr and wn an important clue to the Lindbergh of championship teams was blasted today turned out durinp his student years were on hand mander until th was blasted today i uui aurinp nis siuaent years After the arrest of three men in Dr wlnltin was at Temple University Amsterdam in whose possession a HosPtal for some time prior to the Bank of England note for 1 000 pounds comPIction of his examinations nfter was found police here were asked to he Ilad bccn on dutv at tne Chester investigate a theory that it was con nected with the kidnaping Police found the bill had been stolen from a consignment of 2000000 pounds on a train from Monaco to Paris Hospital INJURED IN CRASH SPECIFICATIONS WEST CHESTER P 0 i i j WASHINGTON Sept I Treasury today advertised supple j iiu mi i Clippie When an automobile driven bv Ot mcntal specincatious on extension the ANPA were Howard Davis presi dent Amon C Carter John Stewart Bryan Harvey J Kelly H H hill and Hanson Other witnesses included William H Reed of the New England Daiiv Newspaper Association William p Motion of the DelMarVa Associa tion J G Stahlman and Cranston Williams Southern Newspaper pub lishers Association C R Butler In land Daily Press Association Charles R Long president of the Pennsvl vania Newspaper Publishers Associa tion and editor and publisher of the Cnester Pa Times George Hiram Continued on 1ajtc Twenty SHIPDEATH BARES KIDNAPING PLOT n which he wns Continued on Page Twenty MONEY FOR PUBLIC WORKS street Wcst Philadelphia going cast on Chester pike crashed into an abutment at thc Cnim Lynne bridge i Park Nick MuciBiosso 4603 1 iPaKpnall nrrmin A postoffii yinff with Iho Nationtl Recovery The supplemental bids will be October 5 Company Inc of 4oUo i Paschall avenue West Philadelphia i DA Company Inc of who was a passenger in the car suf pnwas Iow llirtdcr on the Ifercd a severe head laceration He i he original bids wore was taken to Taylor Hospital where opcncd with an ofTcr of be was treated and discharged ST The driver of the car was taken IXJLREO Policc Frank Mccirtcr of Isabel avenue Id gfor PaVk and plcnoldcu employed as an assistant istrate wmfam 5 r Mag IS the department of icharKe of Ule lhe 5alc HWway Department suf cnarge of reckless driving f0led a severely crushed thumb yes terday while jacking up an automo Thsn th jack in K0mc manner He was treated in Taylor BREWrR TO MARRY been alloted o 16 nonfederal proj ects in seven states Ickes estimated 51026 manmonths of employment be ftirnishrd by ihc list of allotments which included sewer park water works street ing building repairs an armory rvo state hospitals and an incinerator NEW BUSINESS i HOUSE TO OPEN E S Doheny and Jesse j Mayor Ward Will Unlock Livcrmorc Marked Door of M J Freed Store Convict Says i With Golden Key steel anchor chain which would probably lie made in this city I The inventor during an address hej fon the Rotary Club here explained that over eighty per cent of the OOOCOOOO lonn sought will be ex pended in the form of wages on di rect labor Each seadrome will be equipped with clcctvic propulsion totaling2400 honsepowcr for use Each seadrome will have four deck each deck being approximately vix ncns in area making a total for twentyfive acres All decks will be of steel Tho diameter of thc supporting buoyancy units is approximately 34 fcrt Thce nrc subdivided into watrr tight compartments giving n torl for the whole structure of ap proximately 300 Each seadrome Is capable of storing fifty large transport planes The elevator which carries planes i from Jic Jandinjj deck to the hangar sprjro is probably tlie largest In i commercial use having platform rii mctwlons of about 120 feet by 70 feet FO R G O ON 32HOUR WEEK Motor Bill Is Found by Grand Jury in Case of Richard Ragonc Another large number of indict ments presented by District Attorney William J MncCarter Jr was dis posed of yeslerdny by the September Grand Jury silting in the court house at Media A true bill was returned charging Richard Ragone 16yearold West Philadelphia boy with murder Ra gone is said to have confessed killing William Reiily a old boy with an ice pick in a lonely part of Moriah temejicry in the borough of Yeadon Ragoncs trial is set for i Monday October n Among the toUl of 102 truo bills returned 40 were against persons charged with violating the liquor laws The Grand Jury ignored 11 indictments The district attorney was aided in the work by Assistant District At torneys William B McClenachnn Jr William R Toal Guy G dcFuria C William Kraft Jr nnd demerit J McGovern True bills wero returned by he Grand Jury against the following persons Richard Ragone murder John Garofolof maintaining bawdy house Leonard C SUckhouse man slaughter Max GrtibcrR and Pelz ambling Maurice Lenny Lolcda Walker nlins Til ROBBED MANY HOMESJNCOUNTY College Student Admits Guilt and Is Given Peni tentiary Sentence Philadelphias collegiate burglar William Wilson 3rd 22 of Sixty third ant oxford streets was fined and costs and sentenced to serve from 3 to 7 years in the county jail by Judge W Roger Froneficld yester day when he pleaded guilty to roh mnf more than a dozen homes in more0 UPPSI nnd Wilson Is also wanted in Moif Romcry county for robbing nine paa lial iMniu Line homes in that county The prisoner broke into houses when the families were away for the sum Continued on Page Twentj op5cs of Times Continued on Page Twenty f EM PI Jo Y ADDITION A L MEN AT SHIPYARD Eneournsine news regarding thc trend of tlie timcs emanates from the Sun Shipyard whore il was learned today several hundred additional men have been given employment during the past month and a wage increase of approximately 23 per cent has most beautiful girl in Europe is a blonde Chances are the title will make her lightheaded Chairman Hunter Pleased With Primary Victory reads a headline to mention Jack Stetscr Sally Rand Chicagos nude dancer walks into Chicago police station win a black eye Dressed up ac Litlr home brewed beer is beine consumer these days reporter learns But it takos very little of that stuff to satisfy anyone A voter in Jcnkintown voted for Gnndhi for burgess Maybe ihK voter uvu laboring under the impression lie was voting for a big A county man boasts that he 1m elcciric apiary Chances are he usrs only B batteries plnyos of the may mean seady employ a iaree force Weather cloudy track good placed under the Traffic Sergeant Farraday Sept member of the St i nvaly obtained a li icn of cense today to marry Mrs EUzabnh lOverton Dozicr of Memphis Tenn LONG BEACH Calif Sept abortive plot to kidnap E L Doheny millionaire oil magnate i and Jessie L Livcrmoro New York stockbroker resulted in the killing of Buell Datvson aboard thc gambl mg ship Johanna Smith Department i of Justice agents said today James Walsh 22yearold excon vict who confessed shooting the victim because he was a dirty yellowrat was accused of incrimminating him elf m a kidnap pof aimed at a num ber of wealthy persons of whom Doheny or members of his familv j were to have been the first Thc confession was made shortly cuter the pastyfaced youth had been arraigned on a charge of murder on the high seas and had waived prc Continued on Page Tho now homo of the M J Freed household furnishinas 5 tor P Market street will beformally opened this evening with colorful cere monies A Grand Opening Protrusion will start from Twelfth street and Eciu moht avenue at 645 p m headed by the Parksidc Cadet Band and march down Edgmont avenue to the store The parade will be preceded by Miss NRA bearing a golden key which will be tendered to Mayor Wii NRA automobile code a hisjh Ford official informed the United Press FAIR AND COOL xhcFord employes had been work WEATHER CONTINUES ins 40 hours a week five hours longer than thc 35hour maximum proscribed by tlie code The Ford official Mid he 32hour would lie in pflccl six weeks nfier which thc workweek probabfv would be lengthened to 40 hours agnin iiEin Fall activities of the Senior Chris Church Third and Ul io11 streets wore inaugurated last i evening at a dinner and pep rally nclti in he lecture room of the church i Joln Plumb of this city delivered intcrestinc address The meet H1S was marked by a Iaree number Fair is the forecast for today and lomoiTow in Kastcrn Pennsylvania New Jersey Drlawiir and Maryland The cool wcalhrr will continue to day but it will bc warmer tomorrow Thc highest temperature yesterday wns R9 tirsices at p m and the lowest was 62 at n m with an average rqualing normal of 66 Tlie highest temperature ever recorded here on September 21 was 97 in 1895 the lowest was 45 in 1904 Sunrise today was at a m id sunset frill lie at p m Eastern Daylight Savins time c sr SCHWAB IN HOSPITAL YORK Sept he ones j crooked While bandits were robbing his More n butcher was locked iri his ire box Which is one way of keeping Cool during 3 The Weather Thc Meatlier forecast New Jersey Increasing cloudiness probably followed by showers nins late tonight or Saturday slifhlly warmer Saturday Western Pennsylvania Cloud y probably occasional showers tonight and Saturday somewhat warmer Saturday and in south portion o niRhl Kastern Pennsylvania Cloudy wiK shonprs becinninr late tonisrht or Horc entrance nnd turn Ihc over to Meyer J Frrrd head of M 1 Preco organization a police cicort and thr prrsidcnts of Continued on Last Page c TO SPENO WINTER IN PARIS and wil1 remain under caie of physii i cians for a week or ten davs The PARIS Sept J Walker hospital authorities said Schwab nir He and but had not UMI feenns welfsin ft his the former Bftty Compton thp meeting of Hie Iron and Steel In to spend the Winter in Paris i stitute last spring TODAYS TEMrERATVRES fi a mS8 H a m64 a mof Noon 65 S a min 1 p 9 n m60 2 p m65 10 a m62
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