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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - June 23, 1940, Ardmore, Oklahoma I w a. In a pro yer for ally Fleo Bys. , % a a i it a a Rehb Rev. George h. Que amp Rte Man of i. St. Phil Ujj a episcopal Church suggests that Many loud Are doubtless looking for a suitable and proper prayer to fit in with these times and applicable to the present emergency. He writes Quot the following u a prayer for our country taken from the Book of common prayer of the episcopal Church. I submit it to you for there May be Many who will desire to use it in then do. A almighty Ood who Hast Given us this Good land for our heritage we humbly beseech thee that we May always prove ourselves a people mindful of thy favor and glad to do thy will. Bless our land with honorable Industry sound learning and pure manners. Save us from violence discord and confusion from Pride and arrogance and from every evil Way. Defend our liberties and fashion into one United people the multitudes a brought Hithe i out of Many Kindreds and tongues. In Diu with the spirit of Wisdom those to whom in they name we entrust the authority of government that there May be Justice and peace at a tone and that through obedience to they Law we May show Forth thy Praise among the nations of the Earth. In the time of Prosperity fill our hearts with thankfulness and a to the Day of trouble suffer not our Trust in thee to fail All which we ask through Jesus Christ our lord a numerous citizens have remarked on the successful and impressive results achieved by the Community meeting of last tuesday. A Many have insisted that All com Munty meetings this season Bear a patriotic flavor and be dedicated to the task of spreading americanism and patriotism. Nothing would suit the committee a any better than to do just that but it seems somewhat of a difficult task in View of the rather umsted Varia tons that might be offered. Every Effort will be made it is certain to inject into All Community meetings every possible feature that will Bear on the themes mentioned find it is probable that meveral will a wholly dedicated to the subject just As was the one last tuesday night. The committee is More than will a ing to receive any suggestions to in crease the possible use of the Community meetings in the cause of americanism and patriotism and will do �11 it can to stress these things throughout the year. I a Jev Ebal perturbed civic leaders o have recently mentioned the matter of dangerous gossip and its Elk Hood of causing innocent persons to suffer a a justly in Thesa times. Tim Fatiny of just a Ich malicious talk have already bobbed up and will show with increasing regularity As tie stress Over the situation abroad grows. Oosse Eva of the most innocent Type if there 1s an innocent Type it can do irreparable damage in the Best of time. ,. In Days when the Public is unduly disturbed and when it takes but a a Park to ignite a dangerous outbreak Eny kind of gossip is menacing indeed. Wise persons will not repeat in proved gossip and will weigh All the a talk they hear carefully before passing judgement. Unfortunately there Are too Many Oik who Are not Wise and who get some sort of unholy Joy out of circulating Rumsow and tales that even they have no reason to Assirie Are True or justified just for the Satis i action they get out of their gossip mongering. Men Bave been murdered Homes Bave wrecked and communities torn asunder without just cause simply because some person or persons with cd Loose Tongue and an utter disregard a for truth and Justice saw fit to gossip. Sentencing of couple deferred Muskogee june 22.�? put a Federal judge Eugene Rice today deferred sentencing of Noah still 21. A and 19-year-old wife Ramona Porter still for armed Bank robbery. O. A summer u. S. District attorney said to couple probably would be sentenced monday or tuesday and face maximum sentence of life imprisonment. Still pleaded guilty of twice robbing the webbers Falls state Bank and to robbery of the first National Bank of Boynton. His wife was convicted at Mcalester this week of participation in the webbers Falls robbery april b. Illinois democrats want Roosevelt Springfield hi., june 32.�? of a the democratic state convention today Quot demanded Quot a third term for president Roosevelt and called upon the Illinois delegation to cast its 58 votes for at the party s National conclave. The we it if her Ardmore Low 69. High 92oklahoma generally fair sunday and monday somewhat cooler in Panhandle monday warmer Southeast c and extreme East sunday Kansas partly Cloudy sunday with thundershowers Northeast i it Ortona. Warmer extreme Southeast and cooler la Orth we St portions in att Moon iday partly Cloudy scattered Thunder Howen East portions somewhat cooler. Arkansas and East Texas partly Loudy sunday and monday. West Texas partly Cloudy to Cloudy unday with showers and Thunder orms. Monday partly Cloudy with a under storms South portion. Warmer South portion sunday. Missouri scattered thundershowers Northwest and extreme North partly a Loudy South and East Central portions Lont Linued. Warm sunday monday artly Elo tidy. Scattered Thunder show and a somewhat cooler North and Central portions except Vicinity c St. I us. Vol. 47 no. 204 or is of Robby 38, 180� Quot Southern Oklahoma a greatest newspaper red Cross Appau for funds to clothe War Vici Ardmore Oklahoma so unday june 23,1940 associated press reports a fourteen a House votes naval program defense tax and army and naval Bills approved naval committee votes to question col. Frank Knox on attitude towards possible United states entry into War. By the associated press Washington june 22.�?a $4,000,000,000 warship construction program to make the american Navy the greatest assemblage of sea Power the world has Ever known was voted by the House today after scarcely two hours debate. The Swift action together with final congressional approval of a $1,000,000,000 tax defense Bill and a $1,768,913,908 emergency appropriation for the army and Navy shared attention at the Capitol with reports of Strong opposition within the Senate naval committee to confirmation of col. Prank Knox a nomination to be Secretary of the Navy. The naval committee voted at a closed session to ask Knox to appear before it for questioning on views toward United states policy and the War. One member who said he favored approval of the nomination told reporters that an informal poll indicated that if a vote were taken today the nomination would be rejected 11 to 5. Whether or not the committee approves the nomination this member said May depend on Knox a statement of attitude toward possible United states intervention in the european War. The Navy expansion Bill swept through the House with a chorus of a a ayes on a voice vote. The exact number of new ships proposed in it is a military secret the measure cloaking this by providing Only for 385,000 tons of battleships 200,000 tons of aircraft carriers 420,000 tons of cruisers 250,000 tons of destroyers and 70,000 tons of submarines. 618 wars los in Fleet tie in have been unofficial estimates however that completion of the program together with other naval construction already authorized would give the United states a Fleet of warships capable of meet ing Simuta Nepius threats in the Atlantic and Pacific. This Fleet would be comprised of 26 battleships 14 air plane carriers 70 cruisers 338 destroyers and 170 submarines. This compares with the existing Navy of is Trettle dips five air plane carriers 35 cruisers 219 destroyers and is submarines. In addition to heavy combat ships the Bill also would authorize acquisition of 15,000 air planes construction of $25,000,000 of Small Harbor defense Craft and 100,000 tons of auxiliary vessels. Informed sources said the latter would include a new fruit Type of ship capable of carrying completely equipped detachments of marines including their tanks and artillery. The Bill also stipulates that no ship boat or vessel in the Navy or being built now or hereafter could be sold or otherwise disposed of or be chartered or scrapped without the consent of Congress. Chairman Vinson a a of the naval committee said it was designed to prevent such transactions As the recently disclosed Transfer of 20 torpedo boats to Britain and Tjie reported but unconfirmed Sale of 18 destroyers. Vinson said that As so it Hias the Bill became Law the Navy would ask Congress for a supplemental appropriation of $175,000,000 to get it under Way. Senate consideration of the Bill is not expected until after the political conventions at the earliest. There was no official word of any expression of views on the Knox nomination at the meeting of the Senate naval committee. Chairman Walsh to mass merely announced after the closed session that it had been decided unanimously to summon Knox for questioning on views and that the hearing probably would be held july 1. To ask Sunson for statement Henry l. Stimson president Roosevelt a selection for Secretary of War also is expected to be asked for a statement of views before committee action on nomination. The Senate military committee decided yesterday that hearings should be held and Cai Annan Sheppard said that Stimson probably would be called As a witness. Criticism in Congress of or. Roosevelt a Choice of the two republicans for Cabinet has entered principally on the appoint ment of Stimson. In that connection critics suggested in Senate debate yesterday that Secretary of War Woodring was forced to resign because he was unwilling to go As far As or. Roosevelt wished in Aid to the allies. Representative fish in. A expressed the same thought today in a statement in which he declared that the Quot purge of Wood Lxi from the Cabinet a goes far beyond at temp to a a purge members of Congress. While questions of policy continued to agitate both Senate and House they completed action on a $1,000,000,000 tax defense Bill and a $1,768,913,908 emergency defense measure supplying funds tar air planes tanks guns and other my the latter Bill was the last of the special defense appropriations asked continued on Page it column t death claims Mim Butler Marine corps diet in Philadelphia. Philadelphia june 22.- up it Blunt outspoken major general Medley d. Butler Quot a fighting Quaker when spent 30 of 58 years in the United state Marine corps. Is dead. The retired Veteran whose distinguished service and expressive speech brought by fore the Public Eye Many to lots both in army and civil life died yesterday at naval Hospital of an abdominal ailment. He had entered the Hospital May 23 for a checkup after an extended lecture tour. A a a soldiers Soldier Quot general Butler retired in 1931 after a career which started in 1898 As a provisional second lieutenant in the Marine corps. He won the first of Many citations which included two congressional medals of Honor at tientsin China during the Boxer rebellion. Prom Cana he went to the Panama canal a one Nicaragua Mexico and Haiti. Received recognition during the world War organizational abilities kept out of the of Rcpt lines but work at Camp Pont Nezon the great debarkation port for american troops at Brest earned the distinguished service medal. In 1931, general Butler caused an International incident by referring to Premier Mussolini As a Quot and run an apology was sent to the italian Premier and court martial proceedings were ordered for general Butler they were later abandoned. General Butler was born in West Chester. Pay a july 30, 1881. He is survived by widow two sons and a daughter. Is air Fields to be utilized army air corps to use additional areas in South and West. Wasington june 33.�? Fly the army air corps announced today a plan to use is additional air Fields in the South and West in its new scheme to step up the training of flyers to More than 10,000 pilots observers and Bombardier annually. Nine of the Fields win supplement existing fac Lulea of As Many civilian schools which for the last year have been giving elementary training to army Fuen. The others will be adjuncts of the the main training centers for Basic advanced and specialised training at Rand Oliai Field Texas. Maxwell Field pia., and Moffett Field. Caj. Construction of temporary Barracks and other buildings estimated to Cost several Rallon dollars is involved in the expansion facilities. Among the Pew Fladds for elementary training Hatbox Field Muskogee oku., affiliated with the spartan school of aeronautics Tulsa. Battleship is damaged italian submarine surrenders to British trawler. London june British naval and air units seeking to avenge the sinking of the 32,500-ton aircraft Carrier glorious waylaid the 26,000-ton German battleship Schaphorst off trondheim fjord and badly damaged her the admiralty said to Day. Shortly afterwards the admiralty announced that a Large italian submarine attacked with depth charges in the Gulf of Aden had surrendered to the British trawler Moonstone. Tie communique on the Schaphorst said the battleship reported damaged Early this month shortly after she and her sister ship the Greisen a Sank the glorious in the North sea june 8, was spied by a submarine leaving the fjord. Quot the Battle Cruiser a the communique said a was clearly on passage to a Safe port where she could repair the damage sustained when by at least one heavy bomb during an attack by the aircraft of the British Fleet air Arm on june 13.�?� under heavy escort the a Ham Hurst was under heavy escort but the submarine launched a torpedo regardless and it struck her. The Royal air Force coastal command was notified and torpedo bomber aircraft opened up. The Schaphorst momentarily escaped but a destroyer was . Two of the British planes failed to return. An hour later said the British communique despite the escort of destroyers and a guard of at least 50 Messerschmidt Light Long planes the coastal comma rid planes again attacked and scored three direct bomb hits. Quot two struck alongside numbers Ope and two gun turrets. The Ember was Fult on uie Stan trom whish a i Natl of debris Rose in the air a the communique Saidat least two of the German planes were destroyed the air ministry said and others seriously damaged. Cormui lists Are escorted to jail Rockford 111, june 22.�? Flor eight men and women attempting to distribute communist party literature were escorted to jail by police today after a series of fist fights broke out on the courthouse Square. Communist representatives in Chicago had previously asked for police Protection since a group of distributors was escorted from town a month ago. American legion members were drawn up at the courthouse and about 40 i malformed police were held 1 Reserve at the station. The fights started immediately after the Paity arrived. Townspeople seized and burned the communist literature. Four of religious sect arrested Fairview june 22.�?</p a pour women and a Man were arrested Here today while distributing religious pamphlets. The five charged with violating a City ordinance prohibiting the Sale of literature on the City streets pleaded innocent before mayor p. F. Harp. Trial was set for wednesday. Taylor continues in grave condition Florence Italy june 32.�? of a Myron c. Taylor president Roosevelt a personal representative to the Vatican continued in a serious condition Here tonight. Radio night to be observed at Central Park Kuso entertainers to present program at Community meet. Tuesday night will be radio night at the commit Ltd meeting in Central Park and entertainers from radio station Kuso will make personal appearances for the pleasure of the audience. Wilberd Chaffin manager of the station has arranged a pro ram of unusual interest particular to those who follow the broadcasts of the Ardmore station. Some of the most popular organizations heard on the station will be or cemented and Paul Duncan senior announcer will be master of ceremonies. The program starts promptly at 8 p. M. And the general Public is cordially invited to be on hand to see and hear its local radio favourites. Lyle Ballard and Chico the Bell oilers popular with hundreds of radio fans in Southern Oklahoma will officially open the program. These artists Are already Well known and favored by the Community meeting audiences. The King playboys whose slogan is Quot music with a slow Sweet swing will be Given a prominent place on the program. Frankie Mamie Irby and Neysa the three coquette a Trio of piano accordion and vocal music will present a number of popular songs in their inimitable manner. Thelma Crosby toe dancer will add another touch to the Bill with a dance number. Other features will be added before tuesday night so that a full hour of variety entertainment of exceptional Quality will be available when the show starts at 8 p. M. Toil Taisir planes downed anti aircraft guns at Alexandria beat off italian raids. Alexandria Egypt june 22.�? won foil italian air raids on this Allied naval base were beaten off today by the anti aircraft guns of the British and French fleets. Four of the attacking Boa Ibers were shot Down. Coastal batteries joined in a heavy bombardment of the enemy squadrons. Bombs fell in the Harbor but no warship and Over the City a seafront. The raiders apparently from Italy a dodecanese islands across the Mediterranean came in Waves which were driven Back by the cooperative action of both fleets. Italian planes also bombed Jib uti French Somaliland several times today but there were no casualties and no known damage. Malta was bombed the Day before the attack led to predictions Egypt might quickly declare War on Italy. Two persons were killed and 23�? including two italians were injured in the raid a British naval communique said. Only last night French official sources predicted that prances big Mediterranean Fleet and Middle East armies in Syria would Light on beside the British regardless of the Home governments decision As to armistice. Today a action bore this out. The British air Arm likewise has been striking offensively after a Dawn bombardment at Obruk italian Rubya heavy smoke poured from a Large warship in the Harbor the British reported. He Mokes Appeal As France signs hard but honorable armistice with Germany first presbyterians to observe Golden Jubilee historical pageant to be presented Friday night june 28, and special services Are to be held the following sunday announced by committee. Announcements have been issued for the Celebration of the Golden Jubilee of the first presbyterian Church with special programs on Friday night june 28, and in connection with the services on sunday june 30. The Church was organised june 38. 1800, with four charter members and has grown into one of the a triage so churches of the denomination in to amp estate. A on Friday night a Bis Tomcal pageant will be presented. This pageant has been written and la under Baker and Charles Suggs. In. Baker the direction of mrs. Fay Brumitt has Keg. Been recognised for her a Llue while Charles Suggs ibo has just received Bis degree from Tbs Tinl varsity of Oklahoma has we Many honors in connection sub dramatics during University Caner. On sunday the serv Loes clubs de voted to a Celebration of the anniversary. The Rev. Paul s. Wright d. A of of Lakhmna City will be the guest speaker. Or. Wright is pastor of the first presbyterian Church of Oklahoma City which Church is one of the largest in the whole of the presbyterian communion. He also is a member of the general Council of the general Assembly of the Church which is the policy and program Agency of the denomination. The Church has had Only five installed ministers during its 50 years history. The longest pastorate was that of the late or. C. C. Welth who served for 35 years until he was succeeded in 1s35 by the churches present pastor. Rev. Horace c. Casey. To Coop Nettee in charge of the Golden Jubilee cans Sta of a. C. St Ediley l. S. Dolman Ernst Riesen in. Fly Brumitt Baker and mra socks Lotta British bomb Krupp works also drop bombs on great aircraft factory at Bremen. London june 22.�? up a the Royal air Force slanted countless bombs Down on the great German Crupp armaments works at Essen and the big Folke Wulf aircraft Plant at Bremen during last nights far ranging Aerial raids the air ministry announced tonight. For an hour and a half British bombers hammered away at these and other objectives in Germany and the Netherlands touching off numerous explosions and fires while Nail attackers were carrying out their third major raid of the week on England. The Nail held glue Soord base in the Netherlands the Fel Seler aircraft works the Rothenburg Ai drome and air bases at Kassel and North of Hamburg were among objectives of the r. A. P. Along with a number of other military establishments. In a North sea attack the air ministry reported British reconnaissance aircraft Sank a Large enemy Supply shit. Several hits reported several hits were reported on the factory buildings of the Krupp group at Essen. Direct hits were said to have wrecked six Supply and ammunition trains Between Osnabrock and Bremen and near the town of Rhein. Violent explosions followed direct hits on the Focke Wulf Plant at Bremen the air ministry said. One Salvo of bombs was reported to have Quot completely wrecked a train at Furstenau Northwest of Rhein. Earlier the air Fuin Stry announced that Royal air ice planes raided Berlin. The germans said the raid which they described As the first of the War caused no material damage. A the British previously reported a raid on the German capital British officials said the germans attacking Eastern and Southeastern Britain in Waves during the night killed three persons but failed to inflict major damage. Children to be Given Refuge Nazarene vote to open Homes to English Nazarene children. Oklahoma Cut june 22.�? up a members of the Church of the Nazarene voted at their tenth general Assembly today to open their Homs to English Nazarene children fleeing from the horrors of War. The Rev. George Frame District superintendent at Glasgow Scotland sent a cablegram to the Assembly yesterday asking a would Church Homes be opened to Nazarene children evacuees a after replying to the query in the affirmative the Assembly appointed a five member commission to work out the details of transferring the children from the Blitzkrieg threatened British Isles to America. Members of the commission Are t. W. Willingham Danville he o. J. Pinch Wichita Kan. C. Warren Jones and m. Lunn Kansas City mo., and w. G. Heslop grand rapids Mich. A the Assembly rejected a proposal that the Church sponsor a nationwide radio program and a recommendation that the Assembly meeting time be changed from june to october. Also turned Down was a proposal that District superintendents be made sex off clo members of the general Assembly. Balloting was started tonight on election of general Board members. Hostilities not to cease until France has concluded armistice with Italy Churchill scores French government. London june 23.�? sunday a up a the French peace got gators Are expected to have their first meeting with the monday Exchange news a British Agency reported fat it a Bordeau Early today. Official circles in Bordeaux were said to believe it would take two or three Days to reach a it was said also that French authorities Etc petted Germany to influence a reduction in Italy a claims against France. The French government proposes to stay in Bordeaux to news Agency said and would not return to Paris unless the captured capital was a free City and a not controlled by of Raki by the associated Preis British prime minister Winston Churchill made a Appeal sunday to frenchmen everywhere to fight on at Brit Iii Side against Germany despite French capitulation last a German armistice which he said no free and Independent Frau a government could have accepted. Frankly going Over the Heads of the Bordeaux Golem Merit Churchill said that the German terms if accepted by All i men would Force the French to work against their allies use the soil of France As a Means of attacking Britain and turn the French Navy and Empire Over to Germany. Despite All this he declared Britain will Quot cherish the can in i of the French people a a and a British Victory is Frances Only hot ii for restoration and Freedom. A a j terms not disclosed actually the terms of the grim document which wet eur French plenipotentiaries signed last night in the gloomy dept of comping be Forest were not disclosed. A the French government described them a hard but lid Noil Able a that if they had not been honorable France would a rejected them. Ii actual fighting in the once Lively cities and France continued on its weary course and win not cease in six hours after the French have concluded an armistice with it a Germany a 60 newly la ally. Fri Encl delegates to Italy to hasten this Matlon. The French government that the fighting was not in As it had enabled France to hold Quot for a a a soldiers a peace Quot with petals gets vote of conf Dieuw a marshal Henry Philippe retail Premier who requested that be got a vote of Confidence from French Senate. Empi 384 to enlist in Field artillery ban Antonio. June 22.�? announcement of a new quota of 3042 recruits for the eighth corps area to be enlisted As soon As possible and not later than aug. 31, was made today at Corm Headquarters fort Sam Houston. Of the new quota 3300 Are to be recruited for the a Lgth corps area and the remainder for the ninth corps area. Included in the quotas Are 384 Field artillerymen for fort 8u1> okla. British towns to gather waste London june 33.�? pm a a very piece of paper every piece olt scrap Metal. Is a potential Bullet against Hitler a said Herbert Morrison minister of Supply tonight in ordering towns to organise Mellicient Coue Cattai of wests. Fate of French ire holds much interest is of More importance than French Fleet writer asserts. By Kirke l. Simpson a the Fate of Frances overseas Empire is of greater concern to the world at Large than even the Fate of her Fleet now reported in British hands. There Are definite limitations upon usefulness to the British of the French fleets fourth in size among world navies. Lacking the Industry ashore that creates and maintains it no Fleet would remain an effective fighting Force beyond the exhaustion of its available stores of ammunition for its gems and spare parts for its complicated mechanisms. The greatest danger that Britain faced with French defeat was that both the French Fleet and an unimpaired French Industrial establishment to repair and munition it would fall into Italy German hands. Given that German or italian Crews could be quickly improvised and trained in the use of French naval apparatus to make that sleet a deadly added menace to England. In British hands the French Fleet is of less value. While providing Crews either of British sailors or French volunteers to Man the ships would be easy British Industry is not geared to fetch naval specifications any More than is German or italian. Keeping the French ships up and Mill cloned would be a terrific Job for British Industry and would complicate the problem of keeping Britain a own fleets at maximum War effectiveness. The calipers of French naval guns differ from those of the British. The specifications for French naval engines and the thousands of specialized auxiliary Maehl nes on a battleship differ from British. German or italian specifications for like units. Oni of Axis Beach but Frances orphaned overseas colonies and possessions Are definitely out of German or italian reach while Britain still rules the seas. Nor should it be sch Otten that in the last dark hour before France reached the end of her endurance and sought an armistice Britain proffered her full political and economic Union. A the two Ovenu cents declare that France and great Britain shall no longer be two but one Franco Brit Ash. Union a said that British proposed and French rejected joint statement a tie Constitution of the Union Vul provide tar joint organs of decease foreign financial and to Onole policies during the War for a so Nils Cabinet command. Liere was More of it to unify sen ship merge All resources slum a costs to War rehabilitation acid it in it Somay Mae into a is ail Natoci the a aids vast Vordt state of and British possess Lois and a Lute or that Otter no get Stid it a Good for amp Synbil of it web Al Pitr 4rlnn to Ella to not. Etaw France s ally. Great Britain proof of her determination to alone and unconquered by ing heavy Aerial attacks on great Krupp armament works at sen and on air plane factories storage plants at Gremen Rothenburg and Gottinger. Actual combat Between the mans and the French is not to until a six hours after the French an armistice with Italy the so Newl i belligerent ally of Germany. To hasten that consummation French plenipotentiaries flew lately toward Italy for a conf with Premier Mussolini. Only when h Duce too has satisfied will there be an end to deadly struggle which in a More than a month has put half France and Sia Stantlay an of Rich Industry in German hands at a Cost of untold casualties on sides. Italy took a More Active part in War saturday by sending four a of bombing planes against the naval base at Alexandria Egypt and also bombing Jib uti French land. Damage was described As both French and British Fleet fought Back. Signed on historic. Spot the French humiliation before Power of Adolf Hitler was Seal the same old comping be Woods we Germany the loser then yielded Frances marshal Foch on not 1918. The historic Mosezit of this armistice was put at 8 50 p. M. I a. M. Cat. The signer for Germany Wasl Gen. Wilhelm Heitel. Chief Oto Nash High command and Chr general Charles Hunt Sitf. One of the French wept. Adolf Hitler himself was not he had met the French on in the old Rattray car Foch where the of rinks losers peace in the them of Deli ends. General Keitch Sputo tribute to the Toia Amir ii All of the t6 Isi 4 for those who thai. Ill Lazdia it lone4 ear t a pm fruit Doe Galm glad Chr tit than 37 boi9ii-.�m 1a�?~ French Maui my Baa in Ness for Tim la to Huttl a the pm

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