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Title: Official gazette - Dominica
Physical Description: v. : ; 31 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dominica
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Roseau
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Politics and government -- Dominica   ( lcsh )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: v. 1- April 5, 1865-
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Subtli l e b b t b o r i t

Government Notices.

No. 170

IN the Supreme Court of the Windward Islands and Leeward
Islands Dominica Circuit.
IN.the Matter of the Forest, Soil and Water Conservation
Ordinance, 1946.
IN the Matter of the Title to the Stenehill Estate situate in the
Parish of St, Joseph in the Colony of Dominica.
EIZABETH II. fly the Grace of God of Great Britain, Irtiand, and the British
Dominions beyond the Seas Queen, Defender of the Faith,
To all persons claiming an interest in the lands and tenements hereinafter described.
WHEREAS it has been made to appear to Us that the Stenehill Eiate situate
in the Parish of St. Joseph in the Island of Dominica, containing 200 aciCs 1 reod is
unoccupied sinae 1914, and there is no person having title thereto, v. hereby the
said parcel of land ought to be vested in US, that proceedings will be taken to
have the said parcel of land vested in Us at a sitting of the Supreme Court to be
olden at Roseau in the Colony of Dominica in the month of April, 1953.
All persons claiming an interest in such land, shall within one week from the
date of the last publication of this summons in the Gazette (such summons shall be
published during a period of six months) file an appearance, either in person, e.r by
Solicitor in the office of the Registrar, and shall, within one month from the date of
such appearance, lodge in the said office a written claim aentaining a statement
of the reasons on whiih the same is founded: and you are hereby further warned
that if you fail to appear at the said Qourt to be holden as aforesaid the said pro-
ceedings will be heard and taken without you.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, We have caused the Seal of Our said Court to be
Shereunto affixed, at Roseau, this 12th day of July, ]9i2.

Acting fegsist ar






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NO. 2 cannot he ac-'unled for will be paid for
LABOUR STATISTICS-COST OF LIVING' by the parents of those boys wh3 cannot
account for them
THE Administrator directs the publica- 3. Attention is also drawn to the regu-
tion for general information of the ati ons forbid ng boys from frequenting
following CGst of Living Index Figures as bars in public places Boys seen drinking
compared with September, 1939 taken as at these public houses will be expelled.

November 1952
All Items 39'
Food only 386
Ref. No. 461/51
36th December, 1952

No. 3
APPLICATIONS will be considered from
United Kingdom nationals normally resi-
dent in the United Kingdom who were
captured and imprisoned or interned by
the Japanese during the War (or their
widows) and who may now be employed,
whether in the short or long term. either
privately, commercially or by Government,
in this Colony.
Intending claimants should apply imme-
diately for the necessary application form
direct to
The Ministry of Pensions,
Sanctuary Buildings,
Great jmith Street,
London, S. W. 1.
Ref. 1346/52
December 31st, 1952.
Government Secretary.

Departmental and other

SCHOOL will reopen on Tuesday 27th
January at 9 a m. The Headmaster will
be in his office on Monday 26th January,
from 9 a.m to interview parents of new
boys and all others who may wish to see
him All information about Uniforms,
fees etc. may be obtained from the Gram-
mar School Clerk.

PARENTS are reminded that all boys
must wear the regulation School Uniforms
and Schools (olours. Boys failing to de
so will not be admitted te the School.
2. Parents to whose sons books have
been issued will be expected to give a
guarantee for these books. Books which

Hea master
M. P. 1430/52

PARENTS and guardians of ibos attend-
ing the Grammar School are requested to
note that boys are admitted to the School
subject only to the following conditions :
1. Fees for each Term are payable in
advance and aie as foollows:--
Individuals Brothers
Forms I & II $7 80 $6.' 6 each
Forms111 to VI $8.10 $; 66 each
(Sons or wards of Government Sei vants
are allowed to pay on the last day of the
month in which the Term begins)
2. Textbooks statior.eiy. protra~tors
and compasses will be supplied, but will
remain the property of the School and if
damaged, lost or defaced must be replaced
by a new article or the price thereof.
3. Notice of withdrawal of a boy must
be given one complete Term before such
withdrawal takes effect. Should this
Notice not be given, one complete Te.:m's
fees aie payable in liou thereof.
4. Football, cricket athletics and drill
are compulsory and form part of the
curriculum. For these, boys should be
with v white trousers and tennis shoes for
cricket and with dark stockings and white
shorts for football Uniform will be pro-
vided for Cadet drill.
5. Boys attending the School are
required to wear the '-chool urifrs
khaki shirts, khaki shorts and khaki nose
for school days and grey flannel and
School blazer with creet for Sundays and
ceremonial occasions. Tias and hatbands
are to be worn at all times. Boys failing
to be properly dressed shall be sent honre,
6. Boys absent from School should
present on their return a written excuse
from their parents or guardians Absence
from games or Cadet parades is permitted
only after the presentation of the neces-
sary excuse. Only in exceptional circum-
stances will boys be permitted to be absent
on the first and last days of Term.
7. Boys shall not attend public dances
without prior permission of the Mead-
8. It is strictly forbidden to visit public
houses Infringement of this Rule will
result in expulsion.
9. Boys shall, both in and out of School,
be subject to all the Rules and discipline


of the School particularly with regard to
the required standards of personal appear-
ance and behaviour.
Head master.

OWING to the continued indefinite
suspension of the Goose service. Air-
mails will be despatched via Barbados by
su face opportunitie,- as they occur until
further notice.
Colonial Postmoster
General Post Office,
2. 1, 52,


Office of the Roseau Town Cuncil.
22nd October, 195
AT a meeting of the Roseau own Coun-
cil held this day there were present: -
Mr. I.. 'F.C. Royer i chairman,
Mr. J.H C Grell,
Mr MusgaveM Edv.aids,
Mr. John Laronde.
Absent: Hon. John Bully,
I)r W. Steige ,
Lt. Col. E.R Rowbotham,
Mr. G.A. James
Minutes of the Meeting of the Roseau
Town Council held on 17th September,
which had been previously foi vaidtd to
Members, were amended and confirmed.
Arising out of the Mir utes. he hair.
man, in reply to Mr ,rell, state that he
had seen His Honour in connection with
the necessity for an immediate loan ftr
the purchase of Motor Carts for scale, g-
ing work
Nitzces of Questiivv: Mr. Edwards
gave notice that at a later stage of the
proc edings he would ask the following
'Wh;t was the reason for the post_
I, emen: of the Council's Statutory Meet-
ing from the customary third Wednesday
in the month to the fourth Wednesday?
2 Did His Worship receive a letter
written to him by the questioner on the
13th October instant on the digging of
the streets of Roseau without the permis.
sion of the Council and if so, what action
did he take on the matter?
3. Is His Worship aware that for 24
hours after my written report was made
to him, the unpermitted digging and ille.
gal obstruction of the streets was still
persisted in?
4 In view of this flagrant violation of
tll, laws (,f the Town Courcil and con-
temptuous disregard of its authority,

what steps does His Worship propose to
take in the matter?
5. Will the Chairman quote the rele.
vant law authorising His Worship the
Mayor to preside over the iMetning of a
Committee of the Council of which le is
not a Member?
6. Will the Chairman quote the rele-
vant law or Rule empowering him to dis-
allow an amendment proposed by a Mem-
ber to a motion before the meeting of a
Committee of the Council or Council?
7. Will His Woiship the Mayor take
early action to cause a revision of the
Standing Rules and Orders of the Roseau
'Jown H(ard, 1896. ard adoption by this
Council. as proposed in a Rtsolution by
this qusstioer several months ago?
Resolution: Mr Edwards gave notice
that at a later stage of the proceedings
he would move the following Resolutions-
Whereas at a Meetirg of the finance
Committee of the Romeau Town Council
held on the 1st day of October, 1952, His
Worship the Mayor, ot being a rrtmber
of that Committee, sat and participated
in the deliberations of that Committee
And Whereas the presence of the iMayor,
and his participation at that Committee
Meeting hd no Statutory basis or sanc-
tion in usage, customs or rule of the
And Whereas the said Mayor, function.
ing as Chairman of the Committee, per-
mitt d and encouraged procedure at the
meeting contrary to the British l'arlia.
mentay practices at such meeting:
Be it Resolved that the entire proceed.
-ngs at the said Finance Committee held
on the 1st day of October, 1952, its delibe.
rations ani decisions he declared null and
void, because of its unconstitutional pro.
ced u re
WHEREAS this Council has accepted
the resporsioility to furnish a Town Turn-
Cock to the Wire Brigade Service;
AND 'WHEREAS this post carries re
wnuneration at the discretion of he Coun.
BE IT RESOLVED that the post of
Town Tuin-Cock be offered to Mr F
Dorival, Foreman Water Works at a pay
to be negotiated between the Central
Government and the Roseau Town Coun-
I)r. Steiger came in and took his seat
Vote for EZvevd'dturt: Accounts and
Pay lists passed by Accounts Committee
for payment amounting to $3757 55 were
laid on the table
On the motion of Mr. Grell, seconded
bv Mr. Laronoe, it was resolved that the
expenditue of the sum of $3757.55 for
the services of the Town Council for the
month of September, besanctioned
Nr Giell moved, seconded by Mr. Ed-
wards that the Council furnish, for the


convenience of Members at Meetings, a
Water Cooler and Ash Trays.
The Motion was put to the vote and all
Members present voted for the motion
Statement of the Town lhund: State-
ment of the Town Fund for the month of
September was read showing a credit ba-
lance of $850.87 on the 30th September.
Reports: ThA Town Clerk's Report.
which had been previously forwarded to
Members, was laid on the table.
The Meat Inspector's Report for the
month of September, was read
The Chief Sanitary Inspector's Report
for the month of September, which had
been previously forwarded to Members,
was taken up.
Arising out of the Chief Sanitary In-
spector's Report the Chairman said that
he proposed going into the 'matter of
amending certain By-Laws.
With regard to Bakeries the Town Clerk
was instructed to notify all owners of
Bakeries that if their Baleries did not
come up to the requirements of the Coun-
cil's B)-Laws, their Licences may not be
renewed in 1953.
The Chairman replied as follows to
questions asked by Mr. Edwards due no-
tice of which had been given:--
I. TheChairman was not able. to at-
tend on the third Wednesday of the month.
Roseau Town Council, Ordinance No. 23
of 1937 Section 13 (I) The Council shall
meet at least once in every month and at
such other times as may be fixed by any
regulation of the Council or when con-
vened by the Chairman. There being no
regulations as to specific days, the Chair-
man fixed the 22nd October, 1952 as the
day for its monthly meeting.
2. The answer is in the affirmative
The Acting Town Clerk was instructed to
order the Public Works Department gang
to stop work.
3. The answer is in the affirmative.
4 The obstruction has been removed
and the street repaired. The Chairman
does not intend nor has he the power to
take further action.
5. The Roseau Town Couneil's custom-
ary practice is that at the first meeting of
a new Council the Chairman appoints
members to all Committees with himself
as Chairman of the Committee so appoint-
ed. Standing Regulations of the Roseau
Town Board Act 1896 provides in Section
18. that matters not provided in the Regu-
lations shall be governed by the practice
of the Legislative Assembly. Legislative
Council S.R. & 0 No. 57 of 1940 Section
62 (1) reads:- The Presiding Member may
appoint any member to be a Select Com.
mittee for the purpose of examining and
reporting on the clauses of any proposed
bill The Presiding Member may also

nominate the Chairman of such Select
6. The question will not be answered.
S.R. & 0 No. 57 of 1940 Section 24 (3) A
Question must not be asked for the pur-
pose of obtaining an expression of opinion,
the solution to an abstract legal case, or
the answer to a hypothetical rroposi ion.
7. Draft Regulations governing meet-
ings of the Roseau Town Council have
been prepared and copies forwarded to
Members Item 7 on today's Agenda
deals with the Regulations
Resolution :-Mr. Edwards moved the
following resolution, notice of which had
been given previously :
Whereas at a Meeting of the Finance
Committee of the Roseau Town Council
held on the ]st day of October, 195?, His
Worship the Mayor, nor being a Member
of that Committee, sat and participated
in the deliberations of that Coirittee
Meeting ;
4And Whr reas the presence of the Mayor
an lis i ticipation at that committeeee
lMe.tir.t ha: no Statutory basis or sanc-
tion in usage, custom or rule of tieL Couin-
cil ;
And hereas the said Mayor, function.
ing as Chairman of the Committee, per-
mitted and enctursaged procedure at the
meeting contrary and repugnant to the
British Parliamnentary practices at such
Be It Resolved that the entire proceed-
ings at the said Finance Committee Meet.
ing held on the 1st day of October. 1952,
Its deliberations and decisions be declared
null and void because of its unconstitu-
tioi al procedure,
Mr. Laronde, in seconding the Resolu-
tion, said that in his opinion the Chair.
man of a committeee should be selected
from one of its Members.
Mr Grell stated that it w IF- i[ cstr-m
for the Chairman of the Coui.cil to op.
point all Standing Committees with the
approval of the Council and it was the
practice that the Chai, man of such Com-
mittees was the ( hairn'an of the Council
provided he attended.
The Resolution was put to the vote and
the voting was as follows:-
Ayes: Messrs. Edwards and Loronde.
Noes: Dr Steiger and Mr. Grell.
The ( heirrnan gave his casting vote
against the Resolution.
Mr. Edwaids took strong objection to
the prejudicial manner in which the Chair.
nan put his Resolution to the Council.
Mr Edwvards moved the following
Yecolution, due notice of which had been
WHEREAS this Gonnril has accepted
the responsibility to furnish a Town Turn-
Coc'k to the Fire Brigade Service;
AND WHEREAS this post carries re-
muneration at the discretion of the Coun-




BE IT RESOLVED that the post of
Town Turn-Cock bo offered to Mr F.
Dorival. Foreman Wacer Works, at a pay
to be negotiated between the Central
Government and the Roseau Town Coun-
Mr. Grell seconded the resolution.
The Resolution was put to the vote and
the voting was as follows:
Ayes: Messrs Edwards, Greil, Larende
and Dr. Steiger.
The Resolution was passed.
Draft Standing Rules and Reuylations:-
The Chairman with the approval of the
Council appointed Messrs. Grell I'dwards
and James with himself as ( hairrman of a
Committee to consider the Draft -tand-
ing Rules and Regulations. The Commnit-
tee would meet on Friday 24th October at
4.15 pm
lcport of Fiaince Comonittee: Mr. Grell
moved, seconded by Dr. Steiger that the
Council a(iopt the report of 1'inance Conm-
nittee of 1st October, 1952 ie M r. Lori-
val's application of 20th August, 1952
claiming as Foreman Water a,,rks. the
allowed fee as Turn-Cock- Fire Brigade
,-ervice from the date of appointment to
his substantive post in June, 1947 with
exception of the specific fee of 10/- per
month as Turn-(, ck of the newly created
Fire Fighting Service as recommended in
the 'tepoit.
Mr. Edwards criticised the Report as
an extremely poor document. He said
that the Committee began by affirming
they had found certain facts and then
went on to btse their recommendations
on an assumption He felt that a Report
as that before them, if adopted. would
disgrace the Council
The motion was put to the vote and the
voting was as follows:
Ayes: Messrs. Laronde, Grell and Dr.
Noes: Mr. Edwards.
The motion was passe:l.
Street Lighting: Letter dated '4th Sep-
tember,'195? from iGovernment Secretary
regarding the lighting of the Town of
Roseau by the Colonial Development Cor-
poration was reaii. It was decided that
the matter be referred to the Works and
Streets Committee.
Applicatious ti.q vr the Bvildivgs 1y-Lae':
Letter dated 19th epiember, 195-: l( m
chairman Central Housing at d Planring
Authority was read informing tne I oun-
cil that th applications of the under men-
tioned persons had been approved, viz:--
Elaine C. Joseph, Olive Joseph, T D
Shillingford, M.C Cox Bertine Blerleigh,
Chloesta Ferrel, and Amy Giraua.
The following applications were reconm-
mendeo to the Central Housing and I lan-
Ding Authority as complying with the
provisions of the Buildings I y-Law:
Augustine De Freitas Dated '5th Sep-
tember, 1952-To extend a oa selling house
in Cross Street.
Norma Royer Dated 14th October. 1952
To extend a dwelling house in Virgin
Rosalind Pemberton Dated 29th Sep-
tember, 1952-- To erect a pent roof in
Bath Road.
Mrs. Ford Cambron Dated 23rd July,
1952 To erect a Kitchen in River Street.

Claricitta Joseph Dated 17th Octlber.
1952 To erect a storeroom in River St.
M.A. James Dated 1st September. 1952
-To raise a one storey house to two stor-
eys in Ii! i;borougi Street and to elect a
Janey Charles Dated 11th October, 1952
--To extend a dweling house in t1eber
Street, Pottersville.
K. P. Richards Dated 27th August. 1952
-To erect a dwelling house and Kitchen
in Steber Stieet, Pottersville.
Oliver Bell Dated 1st October. 1952- To
extend a dwelling house in New Street.
Minnie Jeremiah Dated 14th October,
1952-To remove a dwelling house fonm
Great Marlborough Street to Great
George Street.
Everard Mlarie Dated 7th October, 1952
--To remove a dwelling house fion a lot
in Hill-borouuh street to Goodwill.
Enid Dominique Dated 15th October.
1952-To remove a house from New St.
to bath Road.
Slarence J. Laf ham Dated 13th Octo-
ber, 1952- To remove a dwelling house
from Bath Road to Goodwill.
The following applications was referred
to the Chief Sanitary Inspector:
Matthew Mesmain Dated 30th Septem-
ber, 1952 To erect a 'akery in Victoria
The following application was deferred
until such time as all Members of the
Council c,,uld visit the site:
Musgrave M. Edwaids Dated 17lh Octo-
ber, 1952-To erect a moveable step in
Bath Road.
Mr. James came in and took his seat.
Staff l etter dated 23rd September,
1952 from Acting Town Clerk recommend-
ing the granting of increments to Certain
Members of the Staff was read.
It was rt solved that the Inc ements be
granted aid also that MissS.M. Ambrose,
Cashier, and Mis L. Giraud, lypist be
confirmed in their appointments.
Dir. Sieiver, with the permission of the
Chairman, retired from the Meeting.
application dated '-uth Octtlei. 1952 of
F M. Jorival, Foieman Water Works for
14 dais vacation leave from 1st to 18to
November inclusive was read.
It was resolved that the application be
grant d.
l.rnmisston j Taxes: Application of
Francillia I hornas dated 2nd October, 1!152
for remission of Land and House Tax for
the current year was approved.
Letter from Hon. Austin Winston 15th
Ocitber, 1952 on behalf of Mrs. Margaret
liurton applying for a reduction of Land
ai.d House Tax payable by her for the
current year was read.
It was resolved that the Tax be reduced
from $9.60 to $5.40.
applicationss of James Smith dated 1st
October. 1952 and Evelyn Sorhaindo dated
4th (Or ber 1952 for remission of Land
and House Tax due by them for .the cur-


rent year were deferred until more infor-
mation about the applicants could be fur-
nished to the Council. The Acting Town
Clerk was instructed to investigate all
applications for remission of Taxes before
presentation to the Council.
Ie. Plant: Letter dated 9th October,
1952 from the Colon'al Develooment Cor-
poration, through their Solicitor, aDply-
ing to have its building at Goodwill regis-
tered for the making of Ice was read.
It was resolved that the application be
Water and Sewerage: Applications of
A. Warrington dated 8th October, 1952
and Ellis John dated 3rd October, 1952
for permission, to connect their premises
to the Water System were read.
It was resolved that the applications be
Applications of H. Dorival dated 22nd
September, 1952. Mrs. John Laronde
dated 24th September. 1952 and A. De
Freitas dated 22nd September, 1952 for
remission to connect their premises to the
Sewerage System were read.
It was resolved that the applications be
Application dated 22nd August, 1952 of
E.A, Tavernier to rent a portion of land
on the Goodwill Beach to erect a Bathing
House was read.
It was resolved that the applic'tior be
granted provided that the house does not
exceed 14 feet by 12 feet.
Assessment of Properties: Letter
dated 15th September, 1952 from Marga-
ret Luke objecting to the valuation fixed
by the Council on her property in Pot-
tersville was read
It was decided that the matter be held
over until the Assessment of Properties
in January, 1953.
Windsor Pa'k: Letter dated 16th
October, 1952 from Vice-President, Music
Levers Society for the use of Windsor
Park to hold a concert on the night of 29,
October was read.
It was resolved that the application be
Audit Rerprt: The Audit Report for
the years 1950 and 1951. which had been
circulated amongst Members was consi-
Mr. Grell in commenting that there
seemed to have been great improvement
since the office was reorganized and staff-
ed, took exception to certain paragraphs
in the Report.
He was of the view that since there
was comment by the Auditor some obser-
vations might be made on the comment.
He was of opinion that the Auditor was
in no position to state that the "collection
of licences continued to be ineffective"
and that "no action has been taken to in.
vestigate unpaid licences, and to enforce
payment It was his view that the most
that the Auditor should do was to point
out the extent of arrears and request
early collection.
The further statement that the Coun-
cil's indebtedness to Government is ex-
tremely high" was considered by Mr.


Grell as none of the Auditor's business
but rather an attempt to dabble into po-
licy. He desired some clarification on
the statement that controll over expen-
diture by the Finance Committee of the
Council continued to be inadequate...."
Citlwerts: Application dated 18th Octo-
ber, 1952 of C. A. Bellot to erect a con-
crete culvert over the drain leading to his
garage in Church Street was read.
It was resolved that the application be
Application dated 22nd October, 1952 of
Revd. W. J Barrett to erect a concrete
culvert over the drain leading to the Wes.
ley School in Church Street was read.
It was resolved that the application be
refused cn the grounds that the drain was
too shallow.
Cement Nuiwsoce: Letter dated 22nd
October. 1952 fromn Mlr G A. Jan~s com.
plaining of the storage of Cement under
the gallery of his office on the Ita Fi ont
was read.
It was resolved that Government be
again approached on the matter.
Notices: Mr. Grell gave notice that he
wouid ask at tne next meelti g of the Ro-
seau Town Council whether the Council
had any control over the cutting up of
large lots in the Town into small lots
liepiti Chairman: The Chairman in-
formed Members that he would be away
from the Colony from 1st to 4;hl Novem-
ber, ard suggested that a Deputy Chair-
man be appointed to fill the post during
his absence.
Mr. Grell moved, seconded by Mr. Ed-
wards that Mr. James act as Deputy
Chairman in the proposed absence of the
The motion was put to the vote and the
voting was as follows:-
Ayes: Messrs. Giell, Euwaids and
The motion was passed
Lt. Col. Rowbothoim: In view of the
Chairman's announcement that Lt. Col.
Rowbotham would be retiring from mem-
bership ot the Council due to his services
being secured outside uo the Colony, Mr.
Grell proposed that the Council place on
record the unstinted co-operation and
valuable assistance rendered by Lt. Col.
Rowbotham to the Council. Mr. Grell
added that since he, the proposer, first
became an elected member of the Council
some fifteen years ago, he had found the
Colonel to be one of the very few of the
many Nominated members during that
period wno really threw their weight in
Municipal affairs and on occasions actual.
taking the initiative He considered that
a letter of appreciation be forwarded to
the retiring member who was unfortu.
nately absent.


This proposal was heartily endorsed by
The Council then rose
Confirmed this 19th day of November
L. P. C. ReYER
Roseau Town Council.

OWNERS ef Motor Vehicles operating in
the Colony are requested to have such
vehicles available for half-yearly inspec.
tion at the plac s and times mentioned
and on the dates stated below : -
side Police Headquarters from Monday,

)AY, JANUARY 5, 1953. 8

5th January to Saturday, 14th February
1953 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
Outside Marigot Police Station from 3rd
to 7th March, 1953, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
each day
TRICT : -Ontside Portsmouth Police Sta-
tion Irom 9th to 14th March, 1953, from
9 a.m. to 4 pm each day.
Sunday and holidays exclusive
A fee of $1.20 is payable to the examin-
ing officer for each vehicle. Owners are
requested to present Insurance documents
to the Examining Offiier before licence
is granted,
Failing to comply with this notice will
entail prosecution.
Traffic Commnissioner,

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