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THINGS YOU SHOULD CLEAN WITH HYDROGEN PEROXIDE

( First For Women ) Cheap, powerful, and (when used correctly) non-toxic, hydrogen peroxide could be the hardest working cleaner in your arsenal - if you used it correctly. A lot of people are put off (understandably) by the scary-sounding name, but there's nothing to fear. As a cleaning product, it's perfect -- and here are things you should be cleaning with it. Cutting Boards After using your chopping board to cut raw meat, wash it with hydrogen peroxide (dab some on with paper towel and rinse off with water) to remove bacteria. For bonus cleaning points, cover the board with salt (don't use your exxy truffle salt for this one) and rinse. Leave it in the sun to dry. Toothbrushes Think about it: your toothbrush is covered with germs from the inside of your mouth. And then you use it, night after night, to clean your mouth? It doesn't add up, right? Soak your toothbrush in a little HP every few days to clear it of unwanted bacteria. Your dentist will thank you (or maybe

Why did Yankee Doodle call a feather macaroni?

Back in the 1760s, macaroni was slang for the stylish young men who frequented a fashionable new English hangout, the Macaroni Club, named after a popular food that had just made its way there from Italy. So when Yankee Doodle stuck a feather in his cap and called it macaroni, he was identifying himself as a bit of a dandy -- essentially the hipster of his time.

On This Day 6 11 21

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Music Calendar...

In 1948 "My Happiness" by Ella Fitzgerald debuts on the charts. In 1949 Hank Williams Sr. appears at the Grand Ole Opry for the first time. In 1963 BBC's broadcasts "Pop Go The Beatles," recorded on June 1. In 1964 Manfred Mann records "Do Wah Diddy Diddy." In 1964 Chicago police break up a Rolling Stones press conference in the middle of Michigan Avenue. In 1964 Queen Elizabeth orders the Beatles to her birthday party. They complied under protest. In 1965 The Rolling Stones' live album "Got Live If You Want It" is released. In 1966 The French and German media mistakenly report the death of the Who's Roger Daltry. In reality, it was guitarist Pete Townshend who was only injured in a car accident a few days earlier. In 1966 Janis Joplin plays with Big Brother & the Holding Company for the first time at San Francisco's Avalon Ballroom. In 1966 "Paperback Writer" by the Beatles and "Lil' Red Riding Hood" b

Today In History...

In 1509 England's King Henry VIII marries Catherine of Aragon. In 1638 America's first known earthquake shakes Plymouth Colony. In 1770 Captain James Cook, commander of the British ship Endeavour, discovers Australia's Great Barrier Reef by running in to it. In 1776 The Continental Congress forms a committee to draft a Declaration of Independence from Britain. In 1859 A prospector lays claim to a silver deposit in Six Mile Canyon in Nevada that turns out to be the multi-million Comstock Lode. In 1895 The first auto race takes place. In 1919 Sir Barton wins the Belmont Stakes, becoming the first horse to win the Triple Crown. In 1937 The Marx Brothers' film "A Day At The Races" is released. In 1942 The U.S. and the Soviet Union sign a lend-lease agreement to aid the Soviet war effort during World War II. In 1947 World War II sugar rationing comes to an end. In 1963 Buddhist monk Quang Duc immolated himself on a street in Saigon as a protest against the South Vi

Born On This Day...

In 1572 English playwright/poet, Ben Johnson (Volpone, The Alchemist) In 1776 English landscape painter, John Constable In 1824 Publisher, Orson Munn (Scientific American) In 1864 German composer, Richard Strauss (Also Sprach Zarathustra) In 1867 Scientist, Charles Fabry (discovered the ozone layer) In 1879 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Roger P. "Duke" Bresnaham In 1880 Jeannette Rankin, first woman elected to the U.S. congress In 1886 Engineer, David Steinman (aerodynamically stable bridges) In 1889 Actor/director, Wesley Ruggles (Keystone Kops) In 1895 Tennis Hall-of-Famer, Jacques Brugnon (Four Musketeers) In 1900 Journalist, Lawrence E. Spivak (Meet The Press) [d: 3-9-94] In 1903 Football Hall-of-Famer, Ernie Nevers [d: 5-3-76] In 1904 Jazz singer, Clarence "Pinetop" Smith (Boogie Woogie) [d: 3-15-29] In 1910 Composer/conductor, Carmine Coppola (Godfather II) [d: 4-26-91] In 1910 Oceanic explorer, Jacques Cousteau (The Undersea World) [d: 6-25-97] In 1912 Painter, Wil

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On This Day 6-10-21

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Music Calendar...

In 1865 The opera "Tristan & Isolde" premieres in Munich, Germany. In 1940 Harlem's famous Cotton Club closes its doors. In 1943 "All Or Nothing At All" by Frank Sinatra enters the charts. In 1957 "Suzie-Q" by Dale Hawkins enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1964 The Rolling Stones record tracks for their "12x5" album at Chicago's Chess Studios, the headquarters of Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon and Chuck Berry. In 1966 The Monkees begin their first recording session, laying down tracks for "Let's Dance On." In 1966 "Monday, Monday" and "I Saw Her Again" by the Mamas & The Papas are certified gold. In 1967 Bob Dylan and the Band begin recording what becomes known as the "Basement Tapes." In 1967 "I Was Made To Love Her" by Stevie Wonder enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1968 "Mrs. Robinson" by Simon & Garfunkel is certified gold. In 1969 Gary Lewis & the Playboys perf

Today In History...

In 1639 The first American log cabin is built in Wilmington, Delaware. In 1793 Philadelphia ceases to be the U.S. capital when all federal government offices moved to Washington, DC. In 1801 The North African State of Tripoli declares war on the U.S. in a dispute over safe passage of merchant vessels through the Mediterranean. In 1869 The Agnes arrives in New Orleans with the the first ever shipment of frozen beef. In 1892 The Republican National Convention, meeting in Minneapolis, MN, nominates President Benjamin Harrison for re-election. (Harrison lost the election to former President Cleveland.) In 1898 U.S. Marines land at Cuba during the Spanish-American War. In 1920 The Federal Power Commission is created out of the Water Power Act to regulate water plants. In 1921 Congress passes the Budget and Accounting Act, establishing the Bureau of the Budget and General Accounting Office. In 1935 Alcoholics Anonymous is formed in Akron, Ohio, by Dr. Robert Smith and William G. Wilson. In 1

Born On This Day...

In 1819 French painter, Gustave Courbet (Funeral at Ornans) In 1832 German inventor, Nikolaus August Otto (gasoline engine) In 1835 Author, Rebecca Felton (first woman senator) In 1865 Explorer, Frederick Cook (claimed falsely to be at North Pole) In 1889 Actress, Hattie McDaniel (first black to win an Academy Award) In 1890 Actress, Sessue Hayakawa (Bridge on River Kwai, Hell To Eternity) In 1891 Songwriter, Al Dubin (Tiptoe Through The Tulips) In 1895 Writer, Immanuel Velikovsky (Worlds in Collision) In 1901 Composer, Frederick Loewe (My Fair Lady, Camelot) [d: 2-14-88] In 1910 Blues singer/guitarist, Howlin' Wolf [d: 1-10-76] In 1913 Wilbur J. Cohen (drafted Social Security Act) [d: 5-18-87] In 1918 Actor, Barry Morse (Lt. Gerard-The Fugitive, Space 1999) [d: 2-2-08] In 1921 Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip [d: 4-19-21] In 1922 Actress/singer, Judy Garland (Wizard of Oz) [d: 6-22-69] In 1923 Publisher, Robert Maxwell (Mirror Group) [d: 11-5-91] In 1925 Conductor/arranger, Don Co

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Music Calendar...

In 1958 "The Purple People Eater" by Sheb Wooley hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 6 weeks. In 1958 "Johnny's Greatest Hits" by John Mathis hits #1 on the U.S. albums chart and stayed there for 3 nonconsecutive weeks. In 1962 "Roses Are Red (My Love)" by Bobby Vinton and "Sealed With A Kiss" by Brian Hyland both enter the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1963 Barbra Striesand appears on "The Ed Sullivan Show." In 1964 The Beatles begin their first tour of the Orient and Hong Kong. In 1967 The Monkees perform at the Hollywood Bowl. In 1969 Guitarist Brian Jones quits the Rolling Stones; he would be replaced by Mick Taylor. In 1969 The San Francisco psychedelic band Moby Grape officially disbands. In 1970 Princeton bestows an honorary Doctorate of Music on Bob Dylan. In 1971 Paul McCartney's "Ram" album is certified gold. In 1972 Bruce Springsteen signs a 10-album deal with CBS Records. In 1975 Mick Jagger appea

Today In History...

In 68 Roman Emperor Nero commits suicide to avoid execution. In 1784 John Carroll is appointed supervisor of U.S. Catholic missions. In 1860 The first dime novel, titled Malaeska: The Indian Wife of the White Hunter," is published. In 1870 Author Charles Dickens dies in Godshill, England. In 1898 China leases Hong Kong's New Territories to Britain for 99 years. In 1931 Goddard patents the rocket-fueled aircraft design. In 1940 Norway surrenders to the Nazis during World War II. In 1943 The U.S. Congress approves payroll withholding taxes. In 1953 About 100 people die when a tornado strikes Worcester, MA. In 1954 A dramatic confrontation takes place at the Senate-Army hearings as Army counsel Joseph N. Welch asks Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, "Have you no sense of decency, sir?" In 1959 The first ballistic missile submarine is launched. In 1969 The U.S. Senate confirms Warren Burger to be the new chief justice of the United States succeeding Earl Warren. In 1973 Secreta

Born On This Day...

In 1768 British manufacturer, Samuel Slater (founded first cotton mill) In 1781 English inventor, George Stephenson (developed locomotive) In 1791 American author, John Howard Payne (Home Sweet Home) In 1812 Astronomer, Johann Gottfried Galle (discovered Neptune) In 1822 Scientist, Peter Henderson (father of American Horticulture) In 1865 Danish composer, Carl Nielsen In 1892 Composer, Cole Porter (Anything Goes, Kiss Me Kate) In 1900 Bandleader, Fred Waring (Fred Waring Show) [d: 7-29-84] In 1901 Cartoonist, George Price (New Yorker magazine) [d: 1-12-95] In 1910 Actor, Robert Cummings (Love That Bob) [d: 12-2-90] In 1915 Guitarist/inventor, Les Paul (Les Paul guitar) [d: 8-13-09] In 1916 U.S. Secretary of Defense, Robert S. McNamara (1961-68) [d: 7-6-09] In 1922 Writer, George Axelrod (Breakfast at Tiffanys) [d: 6-21-03] In 1924 Actor, Tony Britton (Day of Jackal, Girl in My Soup) [d: 12-22-09] In 1926 Actress, Mona Freeman (Black Beauty, Dear Wife, Heiress) [d: 5-23-14] In 1926 Base

Music Calendar...

In 1957 Chuck Berry's singles "Roll Over Beethoven" and "School Day" are released in the UK. In 1963 The Rolling Stones first UK single, a cover version of Chuck Berry's "Come On," is released. In 1964 The Beatles travel the canals in Amsterdam. In 1966 While he watches helplessly, Roy Orbison's wife Claudette is killed in a motorcycle accident. In 1967 Three members of Moby Grape are arrested in San Francisco for having schoolgirls in the backseat of their car. In 1967 A press release is issued stating that the Beatles had accepted the "Yellow Submarine" project. In 1969 Blind Faith, the so-called supergroup composed of Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Ginger Baker and Ric Grech, make their concert debut at London's Hyde Park. In 1969 A Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash Grand Ole Opry TV special airs on ABC. In 1969 "Crystal Blue Persuasion" by Tommy James & the Shondells and "Ruby Don't Take Your Love To Town"

Today In History...

In 1654 Louis XIV is crowned king of France in Rheims. In 1769 Frontiersman Daniel Boone begins exploring present-day Kentucky. In 1776 Richard Henry Lee of Virginia proposes to the Continental Congress a resolution calling for a Declaration of Independence. In 1854 The YMCA is established nationally. In 1863 Mexico City is captured by French troops. In 1864 President Lincoln is nominated for a second term at his party's convention ins Baltimore, Maryland. In 1862 William Bruce Mumford, a retired gambler in New Orleans, becomes the first U.S. citizen to be tried and hung for treason (for removing and desecrating the American Flag over the New Orleans Mint). In 1870 Thomas S. Hall patents the automatic electric block railroad signal. In 1892 The Republican National Convention begins meeting in Minneapolis. In the days that followed, the delegates nominated President Harrison for re-election. In 1919 New York begins requiring written tests for driver's license applicants. In 1929

Born On This Day...

In 1502 Religious leader, Pope Gregory XIII (introduced Gregorian calendar) In 1761 Scottish engineer, John Rennie (designed London Bridge) In 1811 Scottish physician, Sir James Young Simpson (chloroform) In 1843 Educator, Susan Elizabeth Blow (pioneered kindergarten education) In 1848 French painter, Paul Gaugin (post impressionist) In 1877 British physicist, Charles Barkla (x-ray radiation) In 1879 Arctic pole explorer, Knud Rasmussen In 1896 Physicist, Robert Mulliken (Nobel-1966) In 1897 Conductor, George Szell (Metropolitan 1942-45) In 1902 Actress, Hope Summers (Clara-Andy Griffith Show) [d: 7-22-79] In 1909 Actress, Jessica Tandy (Driving Miss Daisy) [d: 9-11-94] In 1911 Inventor, Brooks Stevens (shaped Studebakers, Jeeps) [d: 1-4-95] In 1913 Playwright, N. Richard Nash [d: 12-11-00] In 1917 Poet/author, Gwendolyn Brooks (Annie Allen) [d: 12-3-00] In 1917 Singer/actor, Dean Martin (Everybody Loves Somebody) [d: 12-25-95] In 1921 Jazz guitarist, Tal Farlow [d: 7-25-98] In 1924 Ac

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Hug Your Cat Day

  -- a day to let your cat know he's loved. 75 percent of cat owners are women, so try to make nice with these feline-taming tips. Don't chase tail  -- "It's a mistake to pursue a cat too aggressively," says veterinarian Lore Haug, of Texas A&M University. "Let the cat decide when it wants to be petted," she says. "It will let you know." Skip the scent  -- Lay off the cologne and cigarettes. Strong odors can freak out a feline. Bring treats  -- If the cat can smell the goodies on you, it will want to be near you. Oh, and bring flowers for the owner. Cats are very sensitive to their owners' emotions. If Mama's happy, Kitty's happy. Invade her territory  -- Find the sofa pillow or chair covered with fur -- that's the cat's spot. Eventually, it'll crawl up next to you. Scratch it gently on the neck and behind the ears, and wait for its mistress to join you.

Old Maid's Day --

If you're not married by 28 it means you're an old maid. That's the word from a Lenox survey, a china company. They found that 78 percent of Americans think a woman should be married by age 28 or it's just too late. Men get a break. Just 66 percent of Americans think men should say "I do" by that age. 28 percent of Americans think guys should hit 29 before settling down, but only 14 percent think a woman should wait that long.

ON THIS DAY Billy Mack - 6:4:21, 4.27 PM

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Music Calendar...

In 1845 The first American grand opera, "Leonora," composed by William Henry Fry, is first presented at the Chestnut Street Theater in Philadelphia. In 1942 Glen Wallichs launches Capitol Records and begins the practice of sending promotional records to disc jockeys. In 1962 The Beatles sign a recording contract with EMI Parlophone in Britain. In 1963 The Searchers' debut single, "Sweets For My Sweet," is released. In 1964 The Beatles kick off a 27-day world tour with 2 concerts in Denmark. In 1966 "Along Comes Mary" by the Association and "Hanky Panky" by Tommy James & the Shondells both enter the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1967 The Monkees' TV Show wins an Emmy for "Outstanding Comedy Series." In 1969 Nicky Hopkins quits the Jeff Beck Group. In 1969 The Beatles' single "The Ballad Of John And Yoko" is released in the U.S. In 1973 Murray Wilson, father and manager of the Beach Boys, dies at age 55. In 1974 Paul McC

Today In History...

In 1647 The English army seizes King Charles I as a hostage. In 1784 Marie Thible of Lyon, France, becomes the first woman to fly in a free-flight balloon. In 1812 The Louisiana Territory is renamed the Missouri Territory. In 1850 Empire Engine Company Number 1 is organized. In 1878 Turkey turns over Cyprus to the British. In 1886 Henry Ford drives the first Ford-built car down Bagley Street in Detroit, Michigan. In 1919 U.S. marines invade Costa Rica. In 1939 In what became known as the "Voyage of the Damned," the SS St. Louis is turned away from the Florida coast with more than 930 Jewish refugees and heads back to Europe. In 1940 The Allied military evacuation from Dunkirk, France, ends. In 1942 Battle of Midway begins, resulting in America's first significant victory over the Japanese during World War II. In 1944 Rome is liberated from Mussolini's armies by the U.S. 5th Army during World War II. In 1946 The largest solar prominence (300,000 miles) is observed. In

Born On This Day...

In 470 -BC- Greek philosopher, Socrates In 1694 French physician, Francois Quesnay (Physiocrats leader) In 1738 George III, king of England (1760-1820) In 1906 Film director, Richard Whorf (Yankee Doodle Dandy) [d: 12-14-66] In 1908 Actress, Rosalind Russell (The Trouble With Angels) [d: 11-28-76] In 1917 Broadcast journalist, Charles Collingwood (CBS) [d: 10-3-85] In 1919 Opera singer, Robert Merrill (The Metropolitan Opera) [d: 10-23-04] In 1920 Trombonist, Britt Woodman (Duke Ellington Band) [d: 10-13-00] In 1921 Actor, Gene Barry (War of the Worlds, Bat Masterson, Burke's Law) [d: 12-9-09] In 1924 Actor, Dennis Weaver (Chester-Gunsmoke, McCloud) [d: 2-24-06] In 1926 World's heaviest man, Robert Hughes (1069 pounds) [d: 7-19-58] In 1926 Actress, Nan Leslie (The Californians) [d: 7-30-00] In 1927 Actress, Priscilla Morrill (Edie-Mary Tuler Moore Show) [d: 11-9-94] In 1928 Sex therapist/talk show host, Dr. Ruth Westheimer (93) In 1930 Singer/actress, Morgana King (The Godfathe

FAVORITE PIZZA REVEALS PERSONALITY

No matter how you slice it, your favorite pizza puts you under a microscope. "It's all in the toppings," says Brandon Wills, a psychologist and longtime pizza lover. "Pepperoni, sausage, broccoli, you name it -- whatever you like to see peeking through the cheese and tomato sauce tells the world what kind of person you are deep down inside. Plain Cheese You might think people who prefer pizzas unadorned are bland and lifeless milquetoasts. Untrue. They're highly analytical individualists who have the ability to cut through superficial trivialities and get to the fundamental underlying principles. You'll never be taken for a sucker, but resist the tendency to be too cynical. Pepperoni Folks who flock to the most popular topping of them all are good team players, prepared to sacrifice their personal interests to those of the majority. You're loyal and steadfast, but don't be a sheep. Sausage You're forthright and honest. You call it like you see it,

THE FIVE MONEY PERSONALITIES

When it comes to money -- whether we most enjoy spending it or saving it -- we all have a money personality. Olivia Mellan, author of "Money Harmony: Resolving Money Conflicts in Your Life and Relationships," has identified five distinct money personalities. Do note that each type has good qualities and shortcomings, and most of us are a combination of several types. The five money personalities: 1. The Money Hoarder You really enjoy saving money, and your financial goals are carefully prioritized. You not only have a budget you faithfully follow, but also one of your favorite pastimes is creating and fine-tuning that budget. Spending money is difficult for you--be it for yourself or your loved ones--because purchases seem frivolous. Spending money on entertainment and vacations is especially unnecessary in your mind. When you invest money, it is for the future. "Saving for a rainy day" is your personal slogan. Extreme money hoarders will even keep a stash of cash i

TIPS FOR TAKING A CAR TRIP WITH PETS

Kansas State University veterinarian Dr. Susan Nelson offers the following tips: 1. Restrain your pet in some way while traveling in a vehicle. Cats and small dogs tend to travel best in secured crates, while specialized harnesses for larger dogs help keep them strapped in the vehicle. Letting pets run loose in vehicles can be extremely dangerous because the animal can get between the driver's feet and the pedals. 2. If your pet gets nervous or nauseated during car rides, talk to your veterinarian about medications that can ease anxiety and motion sickness. 3. If you're traveling with a dog, do stop every two to three hours so he can relieve himself and get some exercise. 4. If you're traveling with a cat, leave her in her crate even when you stop at rest areas. Bring a litter box so the cat can use it inside the car during extended trips. 5. Line your pet's crate with absorbent material or newspapers in case the pet doesn't make it to the rest area or the litter bo

Music Calendar...

In 1946 "The Gypsy" by the Ink Spots hits #1 on the charts and remained there for 14 weeks. In 1959 "A Boy Without A Girl" by Frankie Avalon enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1962 The Isley Brothers' single "Twist & Shout" is released. In 1965 The Kinks' Dave Davies is knocked unconscious when he falls into Mike Avory's drums. They cancel the rest of the tour. In 1965 Blues giant Sonny Boy Williamson dies. In 1967 John Lennon takes delivery of a psychedelic painted Rolls Royce. In 1968 The Rolling Stones' single "Jumpin' Jack Flash" is released. In 1968 "A Beautiful Morning" by the Rascals peaks at #3 on the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1969 In their only known joint concert appearance, Led Zeppelin and the Who perform at the Merriwether Post Pavillion in Columbia, MD. In 1969 John Lennon's ex-wife, Cynthia, talks about her million dollar settlement in Parade magazine. In 1969 Simon & Garfunkel replace themselves

Today In History...

In 1787 The U.S. Constitutional Convention convenes in Philadelphia. In 1793 Father Stephen Badin becomes the first Roman Catholic priest to be ordained in the U.S., in a ceremony in Baltimore. In 1810 Argentina begins its revolt against Spain. In 1844 The first telegraphed news despatch, sent from Washington, DC, to Baltimore, appears in the Baltimore "Patriot." In 1927 Henry Ford stops producing the Model T and begins production on the Model A. In 1935 Baseball great Babe Ruth hit the 714th and final home run of his career, for the Boston Braves, in a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. In 1946 Transjordan (now Jordon) becomes a kingdom as it proclaimed its new monarch, King Abdullah Ibn Ul-Hussein. In 1961 President Kennedy asks the nation to work toward putting a "Man on the moon" by the end of the decade. In 1963 The Organization of African Unity is founded in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. In 1968 The Gateway Arch, part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in

Born On This Day...

In 1803 American author/philosopher, Ralph Waldo Emerson9 In 1847 Evangelist, John Alexander Dowie ("Elijah the Restorer") In 1865 Social reformer, John Raleigh Mott (Nobel-1946) In 1877 Singer, Billy Murray ("The Denver Nightingale") In 1878 Tap dancer, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson In 1886 American labor leader, Philip Murray (CIO, American Steel Workers) In 1888 Actor/writer, Miles Malleson (Phantom of Opera, Postman's Knock) In 1889 Inventor, Igor Sikorsky (developed working helicopter) In 1893 Counter singer/banjoist, Ernest V. "Pop" Stoneman In 1898 Publisher/panelist, Bennett Cerf (Random House/What's My Line) In 1898 Heavyweight boxing champion, James Tunney (1926-30) In 1905 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Martin Dihigo [d: 5-20-71] In 1916 Actress/singer, Virginia "Ginny" Simms (Kay Kyser Band) [d: 4-4-94] In 1917 Actor, Steve Cochran (Boston Blackie) [d: 6-15-65] In 1917 Jazz pianist/horn player, Jimmy Hamilton [d: 9-20-94] In 19