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THE HERALD
Published in the interests of Alice Arm and Anyox, B. C.
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Anyox. S2.25 to
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VOL. 13,   NO. 25
Alice Arm. B. C. Saturday. December 23. 1933
cents each.
Anyox   Rovers   Hold
Christmas Banquet
AndParty
On Wednesday evening Decern
ber 20th. the Rovers had tlieir annual Christmas Dinner. At seven
o'olock all the Rovers met in the
Den and when all were present,
the ration party was detailed to
visit the homes of Rovers Loudon,
T«abo, Kirby, Watson, Pinckney,
WhWe the necessary cooking had
1.,■»>■clone. Shortly after the re-
n,, ii of the rations, the tables were
groaning with deliriously cooked
turkey and all the necessary good
thingR that go to make an excellent dinner.
Many thanks are due to the
Mothers of the above named Rovers
for their kind assistance with the
cooking. After all had partaken
uf aa much as possible, Rover Mac-
Carthy in a few well chosen words
presented "Chief" R- 0. Cutler and
assistant "Chief" J. Taylor with
silk scarves as a small token of
appreciation. Rover Mate Kirby
presented Senior Rover Mate Teabo
and Mr. D. Evans, the coach of the
Rover Basketball team, a beautiful
tie in appreciation of the work they
had done for the Rovers. Guests
of the evening were Mr. H. Bamforth, Cubmaster, and an old Rover,
Rover D.  Miller,  Mr.  D. Evans,
It was a good thing that the
Gym. was well built, for when the
Rn.-ers joined in a sing-song the
hall reverberated to the sound of
lusty voices.
A very pleasant surprise was
.tyrodnced when Scoutmaster R.
Gale announced that he would like
to say a few words and had a Vio-
trolarolled in as a gift from Mrs.
Gale, himself and the Soouts.
Needless to say it was royally received. Chief Cutler received the
Hift on behalf of the Rovers with
suitable words of thanks,
Tlte Rovers had assisted the
Scouts in preparing and re-conditioning the toys for the Scout Toy
Shop and information was received
that some seventy-five children in
Vanderhoof were in need. As all
the toys had been sent out, it was
voted to send $25.00 to Vanderhoof
to help in some small way to give
Christmas cheer for those children.
Everybody voted the evening a
huge success and are already looking forward to a bigger and better
one next year. 	
In our recent report of the election of officers for the Anyox Branch
of the Canadian Legion, we failed
to mention that Mr. Frank Henderson was elected secretary for the
coming year. The secretary deserves special mention, instead of
omission, for on him devolves 90
per cent, of the work of the organization. '
May Your Christmas Morning Be Qhrious
and Your Smile of Christmas Cheer
Spread on Throughout the Year
Olof Hanson and Party
Visits District
A party of business and professional men from Prince Rupert paid
a visit to Alice Arm and Anyox on
Sunday. They arrived at Alice
Arm shortly after noon from
Stewart and left after a few hours
visit, for Anyox.
Included in the party was Mr.
Olof Hanson, M. P. for Skeena.
Mr. Hanson was paying his yearly
visit to his constituents, in order
to acquaint himself with their problems, so that he could deal with
them intelligently, when it is necessary for him to bring any matter
•to theXittentioii of the government
at Ottawa. Mr. Hanson stated
that he would be leaving shortly
for Ottawa to attend the coming
parliamentary session and would
probably be away 8 or 9 months.
He expressed his willingness to
serve the interest of his constituents whenever the necessity arose,
and any matter brought to his
notice would receive his immediatt
attention.
Others in tlie party were: Capt.
J. S. Wilson, zone representative
of the Canadian Legion and geographical representative for Northern B. C. and a member of the
Canadian Teachers' Association;
H. F. Pullen, managing editor of
Prinoe Rupert Daily News; W. O.
Fulton, lawyer; Bert Glassey, manufacturer's agent; A. Brooksbank,
secretary-treasurer of the Prince
Rupert Chamber of Commerce.
Capt. Wilson's visit was chiefly in
connection with Canadian Legion
matters.
They made the trip on the launch
Margaret I. They had intended to
stay longer at Alice Arm and
Anyox but the boat ran aground
shortly after leaving Stewart and
several hours were lost, until the
high tide floated them oil.
W. Mitchell and Miss Evelyn
Mitchell left on Wednesday for a
visit to Vancouver.	
Carnival Dance At Mine
Was Gay Affair
Costumes that would have done
credit to a large city gave beauty
and color to the Carnival Dance
which was held at the Mine on
Monday the 18th. under the auspices of the Mine Branch of the
A. C. L. Many surprisingly clever
and original ideas were evident
among the numerous character
costumes, and the whole presented
a picture which will not soon be
forgotten.
The prize for the best dressed
lady went to Mrs. A. Jackson, who
was dressed as a Spanish lady, and
that for the best dressed gentleman
went to Mr. C. Black, who appeared as a Spaniard. Miss C. Desjar-
dines, as a Hawaiian, secured first
prize for the most original lady,
aud Mr. R. Kelly, as McDonald's
Nightcap," secured the gentlemen's
prize.
Splendid music was supplied for
the dancing hy the Revellers Orchestra, who were continually
called upon for encores. During
the supper intermission an orchestra composed of Mr. Rhead, Mr.
Woodman and Mr. J. Pinckney
kindly furnished the music. A
most enjoyable buffet supper was
served and the evening was in
every way a great success. Credit
is due the energetio committee of
tlie Mine Branch A. C. L, for their
enterprise.
Christmas Services At United
Church
Christmas services will be held
at the Anyox United Church as
follows: On Sunday the 24th. at
7.45 p.m., a special Musical Service
will be given by the choir. At
9 p.m. Communion Service will be
held. On Christmas Day a special
Christmas Morning service will be
held at 10.30. A hearty invitation
is extended to everyone to attend
these services, at all of which the
Rev. E. Baker will preside.
"Co Ihe residents of fNj>rthern & Central
(British Columbia I extend my sincere
wishes for a Happy Christmas
OLOF HANSON.
Local  Air  Pilot Fails   To
Locate Raft of Lumber
Jack McConnachie, in his East'
man seaplane along with Paul Ar
mour, of the Pacific Salvage Com
pany, Prince Rupert, made an adventurous search for a Davis raft
containing over a million feet of
lumber, which had broken apart in
a ninety-mile gale along this coast,
but without result. The raft was
being towed to Powell River from
Moresby Island.
McConnachie started off from
Prince Rupert on Wednesday the
13th. Not knowing the whereabouts of the raft they cruised along
the coast and round about several
islands, then over to Queen Charlotte Islands to Rose Spit and down
the east coast as far as Tlell, back
from there to Stevens' Island, down
Banks Island and round Bunilla
Island to Princess Royal and back
to Prince Rupert.
McConnachie then arranged to
go out on Friday with Dr. J. T.
Mandy to the west coast of the
Queen Charlotte Islands, but was
stopped by fog and snow after
about an hour's flying.
Former Stewart Man Died
Suddenly On Sunday
Alexander Halstead, prospector,
aged 58, was found dead in his bed
in the Cement Block at Anyox on
Sunday, December I7th. An official enquiry was conducted on December 19th. it being found that
the cause of death was heart failure.
The late Mr. Halstead, whose
home was at Stewart, B. C, had
been at Anyox only a short time.
Interment took place at the Anyox
cemetery on Wednesday, December
20th. Rev. E. Baker officiating.
BIRTHS AT ANYOX
Bom to Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Waterland, at the Anyox General
Hospital, on Friday Deoember
15th.a son.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. Larsen.
of Alice Arm, at the Anyox General Hospital, on Tuesday December
19th. a daughter.
Steamer Prince George
Runs On Rocks
Near Anyox
The Canadian National steamship
Prince George struck a rock near
Askew Point when coming into the
harbor at Anyox on Wednesday
night at 10.30 p.m. Plates were
stove in by the impact and although
the fore part of the ship was flooded
and down in the water she managed
to arrive at Anyox at 5.30 on
Thursday morning under her own
steam.
The ship struck at low tide, and
the 18 passengers on board were
transferred to lifeboats and taken
to Anyox. The wireless apparatus
was wrecked so that no word could
be sent from the ship. She hung
on the rock for 5 hours before
floating off. Capt. McLean was in '
command of the Prince George.
In reply to wireless messages the
Prince John arrived at Anyox on
Thursday. She carried a salvage
crew from Prince Rupert, and left
at 4 p.m. with the outgoing mail
from Anyox. Divers are busy
patching the plates on the Prince
George and when finished she will
proceed to Prince Rupert for full
repairs.
The Granby Company's launch
Granby, took the Stewart passengers to that town. She left at 5
a. m. on Friday morning. Among
the Stewart passengers were. Wm.
Crawford and James Asselstine,
who were both going home for the
holidays.
The Anyox mail and freight was
not damaged by water.
Among the Anyox passengers on
the wrecked vessel were Miss Barbara Lee and Miss Emily Nelson,
both of whom are studying in Vancouver and were coming home for
Christmas holidays.
James AnAt^jn was also a passenger from Vancouver.
Alice Arm Christmas Entertainment Tonight
The annual Children's Christmas
Tree and entertainment will be
held at the Alice Arm Hotel this
evening commencing at 7-45 p.m.
sharp. The children will open the
programme with au entertainment
including songs, sketches etc-
Santa Clans in person is expected
to visit the children and after his
departure refreshments will be
served to both children and adults.
The evening's pleasure may close
with a few dance numbers. Everyone is invited to be present, and it
is hoped that all will be there to
see the children's entertainment
and enjoy the fun. Tonight at
7.45. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday.  December 23.   1933
Alice Arm & Anyox Herald
Issued every Saturday at Alice Arm
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Land Notices ...      -      $15.00
Transient Advertising, 50o. per inch
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R. MOSS. Editor and Publisher.
Christmas 3s Here Again
One more day and Christmas will
be here again. Christinas with all
its feasting and merry making; its
handshakes and exchanges of goodwill; the opening of presents and
the reading of Christmas cards and
letters. What a lot is crowded
into this one great festive day.
Despite depressed trade conditions
throughout the world, Anyox and
Alice Arm will celebrate Christmas
in the usual traditional manner, for
the hand of adversity has dealt
lightly with us during the past four
vears in comparison with some
other districts, and while some of
us may not be as prosperous as a
few years ago, there is no abject
poverty in our midst. We therefore have a lot to be thankful for
and everyone will celebrate Christmas to the utmost of their ability,
and we feel sure that all will spend
an enjoyable day on Monday next
Premier Co. Options Mine
Down The Coast
Alexandria mine at Phillips Ann,
120 miles up the coast from Vancouver, has been optioned by the
Premier Gold Mining Co. and men
are at present at work on the property getting it in shape for further
development.
The Alexandria has been held for
years by a group of British Columbians, principal of which is C. H.
Dickie of Duncan. An eastern
company worked it for a time four
or five years ago, under the super-
intendency of Thomas Davey and
Graham Mines took a look at it a
couple of years ago. During re-
cent months Grant Mahood's Toronto companies were interested and
secured an option but no work was
done.
The success of the Enid-Julie
mine is said to be the reason for
Premier entering the Phillips Arm
area. Enid-Julie is just above the
Alexandria.
Recent shipment was made of
3,500 tons of copper concentrates
by Britannia Mining & Smelting
Company to Port du  Bouc,  near
Marseilles.
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(Ehristmaa 3s Ancient ffestiual
Although Christmas Day is the
anniversary of the birth of Jesus
Christ, a Yuletide festival was observed by the Scandinavian people
long before the Christian era. Yule
was the name of two months, December and January. The meaning
of the word was noise and clamor
and the celebration took place when
the days began to lengthen. The
ancient Britons also held a big festival near December 25th. long
before Introduction of Christianity,
and the early Christian Church incorporated the festival into the new
religion to commemorate the birth
of Christ. How many thousands
of years a festival has been held by
our ancestors at this time of the
year is hard to tell, but time has
not dimmed the enthusiasm and
today it is celebrated as joyfully as
it was during the daujuof Christianity and by our heatm^-fbrebears
in the dark and distant ages, and
we hope our readers will enjoy a
Merry Christmas in this year of
1933.
Canadian Mines To Be Given
Publicity In London
Arrangements have been completed by Edward B. Skipwith,
special representative of the Financial Times of London, England,
whereby Canadian mines and industries will be publicized throughout
the British Empire, particularly
London, with the object in view of
stimulating interest in Canadian
financing among the investing public of the United Kingdom.
Advertise in the Herald
Canadian  Copper  Output
Higher This Year
Canadian producers reported an
output of 29,740,400 pounds of
copper .in October as compared
with 30,554,881 pounds in September and 22,639,708 pounds in October, 1932, according to a statement
issued by the Dominion bureau of
statistics.
The total Canadian output during
the ten months ending October was
245,786,290 pounds or 18.4 per
cent, above the production in the
corresponding period of 1932.
Blister copper production totalled
25,483,821 pounds, a 4.2 per cent.1
decline from the preceding month's
total of 26,594,794 pounds, the
bureau states.
World production of copper in
October, according to metal and
mineral markets, was estimated at
97,000 tons in September.
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PIONEER MESS
CAFE
ANYOX  B. C.
Bread, Cakes,. Pastry,
Catering
SPECIAL DINNERS
ARRANGED ON REQUEST
PHONE 273
L.
Consolidated   Co.   Resumes
Dividend Payments
Directors of Consolidated Mining
& Smelting Company of Canada
Limited, resumed cash dividends
on the capital stock of the company
by declaring a dividend on December 12th. ot 6 percent., equal to
$1.50 per share, payable January
15th. to shareholders of record
December 30th.
The statement issued said: "A
preliminary estimate indicated profits for the current year will provide
a surplus of about $1,000,000, after
providing for depletion and depreciation, compared with a deficit
last year of $265,371 before depletion and depreciation."
Hon. John Hart, Minister of Finance, has also been appointed
Minister of Industries. He will
undertake the dual portfolio immediately.
LAMB'S RUMS
IN BULK AND CASES
FINE OLD NAVY
(The Sailors love it.)
GOLDEN GROVE
(The Doctors recommend it)
Shipped by
ALFRED LAMB &  SON
LONDON Established 1849
This advertisement is not published  or displayed  by   the   Liquor
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia
BUILDING LOTS
ALICE ARM
First-class   Business  Lots  at
$200    each,   and   Residential
Lots as low as $25.
Now is the Time to Buy Property
E.  MOSS
Agent for Alice Arm Mining
and Development Co.
U=,
Vancouver
Enjoy the hospitality of the Grosvenor. Heie you will be among
friendly people. The Grosvenor
is a quiet Hotel within two blocks
of the heart of Vancouver's shopping and theatre district, yet away
from heavy traffic. Metropolitan
dining room service, comfortable
lounge and writing rooms. Rates
are reasonable.
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The Her aid is $2.00 a vear.
FIRST IN TONE TESTS
AND FIRST IN VALUE
General Electric Radio
Sets
SOLD    BY
CHARLES   McKENNA
ANYOX, B. C.
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We Wish our Many Friends
throughout the district
a Happy & Joyous Christmas
LEW  LUN  & Go.
General Merchants, Anyox West side of Smelter,
OPEN   UNTIL   10   P.M.
The Season's Greetings
with every good wish
for a Joyous Christmas
T. W. FALCONER
GENERAL  MERCHANT
British Columbia
THE MINERAL PROVINCE
OF  WESTERN   CANADA
Has Produced Minerals of an Aggregate
Value of $1,400,000,000
You are invited to apply to the Department of Mines,
Victoria, B. C, for the latest authoritative information
regarding mining development in British Columbia
RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
Annual Report of the Honourable the Minister of
Mines, for the calendar year 1932.
"Placer Mining in British Columbia."
Summary and Review of the Mineral Industry of British Columbia for the six months ended June 30th., 1933.
Non-Metallic Mineral Investigations: "Barite," "Asbestos;" "Glassware;" "Clay;" "Magnesite and Hydro-
Magnesite."
ADDRESS ENQUIRIES TO:
THE HONOURABLE THE MINISTER
OF  MINES
PARLIAMENT BUILDINGS, VICTORIA, B. C.
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Howe Sound Company has taken
an option to buy the entire holdings
of the Southern Gold Company,
near Edgefield, Idaho. Jerome
Drumheller is president of Southern
Gold.
Estimates Gladly Given
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ALICE  ARM
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These have been wonderful years
for the type of young married
couples who are drawn closer together by early struggle.
Mark Twain condemned polygamy on the ground that "no man
can have two masters."
Ore runniiij,- $20,C00 a ton is
being taken out of I. X. L. mine,
at Rossland. It is operated by a
Rossland syndicate and lias been
yielding much gold. It is owned
by John L, Baker, of Tacoma,
Wash. ALICE   ARM   AND   ANYOX   HERALD.   Saturday. December 23.  1933
Warriors  Spooks And
Bon Cons Win On
Friday
Three hoop games were played
on Friday the 15th. this being probably the last of the basketball
games for this year owing to the
number of functions taking place
in the Gymnasium during the festive season. Pirates gave a good
exhibition against the Warriors,
tlie latter scoring 27 points against
19. Scott shone brightly for the
losers, playing a clever and resourceful game. The Warriors
have a fine combination, tlieir short
quick passing beiug most effective.
Good checking featured the game
on both sides- The teams: Pirates:
B. Parsons, A. Deeth 1, D. McDonald, Scott 12, K. Falconer 2, Geo,
Kent 4. Warriors: Hill 4, Dan
McDonald 3. Dominado 8, Harrison 10, O'Neill 2.
Although the game between the
Spooks and the Aces was a little
one sided, the younger quintette
gave the Spooks plenty to do,
checking very effectively. The
Spooks won 27-13, with K.
Eve as top scorer. Nelly Salmon
played a stellar game for the Aces,
being right in the thick of it all the
time and notching 11 points. The
teams: Aces, D. Taylor, N. Wenerstrom, D. Rogers 2, J. Pinckney,
N. Salmon 11. Spooks: Mrs.
Phillip 4, M. Dresser 4, L. Dresser
3, K. Eve 13, M. Cloke 3.
A fast game was witnessed between the Bon Cons and Trojans,
the former winning 32-19. Trojans were minus F. Dodsworth and
F. Gordon was absent until after
the breather. Close checking at
both ends kept the scoring down,
and it was not until well into the
second half that the Bon Cons piled
up their majority. S. Steele played a great game for the millmen,
coming to light with his old time
net finding ability and notching
15 points. Currie and Hortot
Jack were good for the winners.
McDonald and H. Dresser did fine
work for the losers, who were unlucky in points scored in proportion
to shots. The tearrljb'j/'ffrojans:
McDonald 3, Dresser T/TShields,
Gillies 5, Cloke 4, F. Gordon. Bon
Cons: Hill 2, McLeod 1, Currie 7,
Horton Jack 7,  Steele 15.
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W. M. Stephen returned on Monday from a business trip to Vancouver.
Ted Kergin, who recently received an injury to his hand arrived
home,from Anyox on Saturday.
Mr. Smith arrived on Thursday
from Anyox for a visit.
Chas. Ripley left on Monday for
Montana, where he will receive
special medical attention.
Mrs. A. M. Morton arrived from
Anyox yesterday afternoon and is
visiting Mrs. J. Wier. I
Christmas Tree and Concert
At Hospital Today
As in former years, the Ladies'
Hospital Auxiliary will hold the
annual Christmas Tree and Concert
at the Anyox Hospital. This year
it will take place on Saturday
evening, when the accommodating
Father Christmas will arrive one
day earlier to meet the new arrangement. Anyone desiring to
have gifts placed on the tree may
leave their packages at the hospital
and same will be looked after.
This event is always a most interesting one and brings the realB
Christmas atmosphere to those1
confined within the walls of that
friendly institution.
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ANYOX NOTES
Estimate of gold produced this
season from bars and benches of
Cariboo's rivers and creeks is
around $60,000.
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C. P. Ashmore, who recently
underwent au operation al Vancouver, returned home on Monday.
Mrs. T. Stretton returned on
Monday from Vancouver.
Jas. Thompson left on Monday
for Vancouver, where he will spend
a holiday with his family. This
will be the first Christmas in fourteen years that Mr. Thompson has
been away from Anyox-
A. S. Baillie, auditor for the
Granby Co. left on Monday for
Vancouver.
Len Goedblod left on Monday
for a visit to Vancouver.
occasions dropped below the zero
mark, and a strong north wind also
intensified the cold. It is not very
often that such a prolonged period
of cold weather is experienced in
December and no one will be sorry
when the weather moderates.
O—,K
B,  P. O.  ELKS
Dominion ol Canada and Newfoundland
ANYOX LODGE No. 47
Meets every second and fourth Monday of
the month
Hall for rent for dances, social functions, etc.
on application to club manager
During the past two weeks exceptionally cold weather has prevailed throughout this district.
The thermometer has on several
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ANNOUNCEMENT!
L. McKAY   AND  T. STRETTON
Have arranged to have their Radio Headquarters at
THE  ELKS'  CLUB
They will demonstrate Machines and give a complete
RADIO   SERVICE
They have acquired a Public Service Tube Tester, and
will test Radio Tubes free of charge
A regular Test Board will be installed.   They will have
all the service and all the equipment possible.
Have your machine checked up now for any necessary
repairs or fresh parts.   PHONE 200.
I his advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquoi
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia.
Christmas &eruices
AT THE
Hntteb Church
Sunday the 24th.  7.45 p.m.
Special    Musical   Service by
Choir, 9:00 p.m.
Communion Service.
|   December ?5th.     A   Special
|   Christmas  Morning'    Service
at 10:30.
You are welcome to any or all of
these services.
REV. E. BAKER, Pastor,
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GYMNASIUM
DECEMBER 31---JANUARY1
Supper will commence at 10.45
p.m.   Dancing will start 1 minute after midnight
Admission $2.50 Couple,
and $1.50 Single Person
To avoid disappointment make
Sour table reservation for supper
earls
This is one event of the year
you should not miss
Children's
Coughs and Colds
Go Overnight
Mother, don't worry when one of the tittle ones
has a bad cough or cold—just get a bottle of
BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE and mix with equal
parts of honey. "It acts like a flash." One
little pleasant dose will give unmistakable re.
lief.  Two doses often end a bad cold.
And don't forget — BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE will rid you or daddy of a cough, cold,
'flu or bronchitis just as quickly. Its lightning-
quick action will astound you. Play safe. Refuse substitutes. Buckley's is sold everywhere.
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CANADIAN  NATIONAL
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Christmas (Bttttings
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We extend the Season's Greetings and wish
you and those whose happiness is yours,
a full measure of Christmas joy and a New
Year filled with good health and prosperity
GRANBY STORES
ANYOX, B. C.
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