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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

mi——iHI 'v •' • •< '$$$.:' -{p ••« , V ''.v.- •W;™;? * I < i t • * V • * • • • ♦ # <1 • « • «l • I JULY W, 1998 SWEETWATER REPORTER. SWEETWATER, TEXAS Firemen Return From 'School' Assistant Fire Chief Lloyd Rogers and Fireman Clyde Glass returned Friday night from Col- lege Station where they attend- ed the ninth annual short course for Texas fire fighters, sponsor- ed by Texas A. and M. college. According to Assistant Chief Rogers, the school was the larg- est yet to be held. There were 245 cities represented by fire- men, with 540 students enrolled in the course which was under the direction of H. R. Bray ton of the college. For the first short course, held in 1930, there were only 76 rep- resented with 196 firemen enroll- ed. New methods of fire fighting were presented to the enrollees, said Mr. Rogers. "As a whole the short course was one of the best ever, held." Mr. Rogers has missed few of them since inaug- urated nine years ago. o A breed of sheep having no wool on t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

utihan Opens ir Tourney' In Recreation Pl 3r Starts On Friday With Eliminations Set For Finish on Monday Children's checker tourna- ments started simultaneously on the three school playgrounds and at Highland Park Friday afternoon, under the direction of Jimmy Houlihan, recreation superintendent. Eliminations c o n t i n ued on a bracket system throughout the afternoon and Saturday morn- ing until a boy and a girl win- ner of each playground had been determined. At 9 o'clock Monday morning the boy and girl champions of the four playgrounds will meet at John H. Reagan playground to play a round robin, best 3 out of 5 games, the winners of this con- test to be declared playground city checker champions. Following the awarding of ribbons to the boy champion and the girl champion, an ex- hibition match, best 3 out of 5 games, will be played by the two champions. An attempt will be made to secure out-of-town visitors to challenge the cham- pions to exhibition games. Vets to Sponsor TAAF ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

!' « • . i : • ti i t i • t • •I • SUNDAY, JULY H 1938 LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL. YONGE ft NEBLETT Attorneys-at-Law Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas MAYS ft PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas • Professional Directory Protection and Preservation of Precious Vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary Dr. P. T. Qunst, Optometrist LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 TO EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures Mo Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, Aycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Woolworth's 0 and 10 • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. FREE W«'d., Tliurs., Frl., Sat. Of This Week Only 1 40c PINT CAN CITIES SERVICE INSECTICIDE Willi Coinliinatioii Ciir Wash and Lubrication Rep. Price Iioth Jobs ... Kill Those F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

Red Cross Life Saving Expert To Visit City Strong Contender Running Strong 4th Term / tDISON — (UP) — Gov. i F. LaFollette Saturday an- I his candidacy for an un- pncedented fourth term as gov- ernor of Wisconsin. The founder of the new nat- ional' political party, the nat- ional progressives of America, Bald that in seeking the fourth term he was yielding to desires of party leaders who believed a fourth term would best serve interests of the party. Announcement of LaFollette's candidacy was made in form letters accompanying nomina- tion papers distributed to party workers for circulation. LaFollette's establishment of his new political party on a na- tionwide basis last April was accompanied by expression of a desire to withdraw from public office to promote its growth and welfare. Failure of the governor to disclose his political plans ob- scured until today the political picture of the progressive par- ty's Wisconsin primary election of Sept. 20. The mimeciton, a beetle of South...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

■■■* . ' © <• ♦ ' ♦> t t Is lo « l I f > > • ft ft ft O ft i • '1 - • GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS VOLUME XU SECTION II Sweetwater Reporter SECTION II GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 24, 1938 NUMBER 92 Preparations Made For AnnualBoys' Outing At Barksdale Rain Not to Be Detriment to Boy Scout Camp All Highways to Be Checked Before Group Leaves for Barksdale High water in central and south Texas has not affected the Camp Fawcett site of the Buffalo Trail council Boy Scout camp at Barksdale in the Nueces Canyon, according to A1 Stiles, regional Boy Scout executive, after talking to camp directors by telephone. Everything is in readiness for the annual camp, and the only difficulty in reaching the camp will be encountered near Rock Springs, says Stiles. All roads are to be checked before the Scout group leaves for camp, and accurate information is to be received on the camp and highway set-up. Advance registrations were expected to pass the hundre...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

Ptat 15* .«&• ISK All Martha Twwr COBMBTTICS ± 100 Genuine 59c 19e 29c Free Delivery Dial 884 Bowen's Drug 203 Oak Street Now Showing MONEY wptmiQ^ Back In Small Monthly Installments You Can Pay Our Loans 0 Kra.son.-i>>))* Rates 0 Refinance 0 Signature Only Automobile repair charges may be paid bark in small monthly payment-. Let us repair your ear today. Bring your financial wor- ries to Murchison-Cramer and lei us help you figure them out. Our loans are easy to make and easy to pay. Simply make applica- tion on your own signa- ture. Our plan makes it possible to reduce car pay- ments by refinancing. MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. 314 E. Broadway Ph. 3114 Monday Special SILK AND COTTON Remnants | Price Close Out Vail"' To SI. 00 ■' I vl J . wmSsbr* v- ->■>! j -y\ ■ ■fi rW Would You Like to Win a FREE Theatre Ticket? The management of the R. and R. the- atres would like to have you as their guest, and they are preparing a new list of names of Monday Shoppers who are inte...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

niiflg • i-r -wRSsS. #1 ■■••■" ' 'it'if ■;;> 'fgiJB >".r ;,■: Vi: ' ■^h:-v!- V: *' ;'' ''*W''* $wr-- }Wmrl m-- rwPf^-' l'i> ■ SWEETWATHT REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS LLED WORD CONTEST m H \ ?N" i In SWEETWATER phopers that seek out the treasure of bargins offered every Monday by Sweetwater mt jiie savings you will find. This has become the outstanding sales event in [West IE! $5.00 IN CASH! iese two pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or lofltaiaing them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who 1 by a sales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 fe a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled lations pertaning to the first prize winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note dPclpMonday. Prize winners will be annouced on Tuesday. In case of tie, neatst sicio of contest judges is final. [SPELLED WORD CONTEST NOW! te* Theatre Tickets Eac...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

I i 8 PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER* TEXAS SUNDAY, JULY 24, 1938 George Bennltt and 'Russell Bennltt, Pub*. ff btt my word$ atcay.—St. Mark I3;3l. Affliction ii not sent in vain from the good God w)m> chastens those that He loves.—Southey. tK..; - - • VOTERS REALLY DECIDE WHO SHALL HOLD OFFICE The voters have had their say following weeks of listening to the campaigners. After all is said and done, the hundreds of thousands of Texans who trekked to the polls named the men who will eventually serve them in public office. In this manner do the people make their own government. They get what they vote for, which simply means it is the voters responsibility and there is no need to condemn the other fellow. As wise- ly as we make our choides at the polls do we show our appreciation for the right to choose our officials. Politics really demands a high degree of good sportsmanship. Not only is that true throughout the long weeks of campaigning but after the votes are counted. Those who can win w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 July 1938

I .1 , € (5 ; <* «> i I • j: $ m: m' governor Of Texas Without Rurio DICKSON-PIOR, OUTLAW-BARBER INTO RUNOFF Nolan Co. Gives Jerry Sadler Big Majority Jerry Mann Leads Woodul in Race for Attorney-General Nolan county voters respond- ed to the plea of a fellow citi- zen, Hariey Sadler, Saturday and cast a majority vote for Sad- ler's kinsman, Jerry Sadler, who went into the runoff with C. V. Terrell for state railroad commissioner. Nolan county vot- ers gave Sadler 2398 votes and Terrell, present commissioner, 713. Gerald Mann led the county in the race for attorney general. Mann polled 1616 votes and his nearest opponent, Woodul got 968. Mann and Woodul went in- to the state runoff on basis of returns from the Texas Elec- tion bureau. Complete totals in county and district races are as follows: Congress— Clyde Garrett 4443. Governor— King 1, Brogdon 0, Hunter 430, Self 2, O'Daniel 1702, Thompson 957, McCraw 643, Ferguson 3, Crowley 73, Ren- fro 2, Miller 1, Farmer 1. Lieutenan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 July 1938

Athletes Beady to Teach Japan? a Lesson' Parade, Turned Into Demonstration of Loyalty to Stalin MOSCOW — (UP) — Tens of thousands of young Russian ath- letes and youths of the Red army massed before Dictator Josef V. Stalin in Red square today, shouting their readiness for orders to teach Japan a "bol- shevik lesson." The Soviet's annual physical culture parade, representing an organization of 10,000,000 young men and women, was turned in- to a demonstration in defiance of Japan whose protests agaiijst Russia's occupation of a strate- gic hill on the Siberian-Manch- ukuoan border has precipitated a tense diplomatic situation. Reviewed By Stalin Reviewing the youths from the parapet of Nicholai Len- in's tomb were Stalin, Commis- sar of War Klementi Voroshilov, Foreign Commissar Maxim Lit- vinov and other Soviet lead- ers. Alexander Kosarev, head of the young communist league, voiced the athletes loyalty to Sta- lin in a speech bitterly con- demning Japan. He asked Stalin "at the fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 July 1938

mmmi ■— : & k IZtxm ' :'mwl y'A ' . 'IP ■ ■Mtmm " ' ..-V? V '.. - ..•>:■ < v.:.j . I <®W- tig MONDAY, JULY 25, 1938 ititi .... SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE I* | • ' • • • • 4 « « « « * • ■\ • ' * • 4 • « ^ , * * ' * f. f) c . ¥ i Joe Louis May Defend Heavyweight Crown In September Bout Doubleheader Set On Softball Came Card For Tonight Barring Rainstorm Return, IHC Tackles Roscoe, MM To Undertake Sunbeam 10 Softball games carded for to- night include a double-header of clashes between International Harvester company vs. Roscoe, and Magnolia Medico vs. Sun- beam. Harring the return of the July rainstorms, the first tilt of the set-up should prove rather in- teresting. Thes^e teams hold down the fourth and fifth slot positions on the ladder, with IHC taking slight lead from the neighbors. In their last song and dance act on June 13 IHC waltz- ed home to the tune of 8 to 6. Magnolia Medico will be on their toes tonight and through- out the balance of their c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 July 1938

fm '/J d attention of J Editorials— SWEETWATER REPORTER MGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, JULY 25, 1938 PublUhed eltii Inc. Kntetfed as second class matter at office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. fc George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. ye every man the truth to hi* neighbor; the judgment of truth and peace in your ehariah 8;16. J Truth fe the fouadbtion of all knowledge and Ae cement of all societies.—Dryden. O'DANIEL MAKES POLITICAL pi&rORY BY HIS ELECTION W. Lee O'Daniel, salesman-businessman, not only <yunpaigned for the office of governor and won but wrote political history at the same time. His feat of winning the office in the first primary is unique and never before accomplished since the double primary has been in use. Texas has elected a businessman for governor. One who has well demonstrated his knowledge of business affairs through years of experience. As president of the Fort Worth chamber of com- merce he assumed the leadership of businessmen in one of our mos...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 July 1938

MONDAY, JULY 25, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ;4f: ■; PAGE FtVE Sweetwater's Favorite Rendezvous HARRISON'S TEXANS Radio Orchestra play- every night DINE DANCE \ « : ' vi! ' ' ' ' •• ' ■ j mmmm THE TAVERN Across From the Airport | , f « > \ « > A'° <* <* > • JUOGK The value of any institution by what it can do. run l'I{OOf>'—25 years of constant success under Same Management. Grogan Mineral Hatha Chiropractic-Massage <;ho<;an wells sanatorium |If you have not yet visiteil- WIIJJAMS OKiLL ROOM 415 Oak St. Get your card Free At Reporter office SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. Dependable Service 212-14 Locust Phone 624 Quality and Service Try Our Helpy-Selfy Service Hot-Soft Water Phone 2401 camp joy laundry shirts REDUCED Cool Summer Shirts Keg. $2 to $2.50, now $1.50 VAUGHN MEN'S STORE ^ 4* Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP ' « * i I ' I « 4 I <Y • • • 4 * I • * j* " ♦) • •...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 July 1938

d Rise or According 1 cently underwent surgery, was moved from the Sweetwater Hos- pital Sunday in a Yates ambu lar.ce to her home Spur and later with relatives in Cleburne. * * * News Briefs To Conditions Schedule of Flexible Rates Necessary; Still In Experimental Stage (Copyright by UP) WASHINGTON — (UP) — A far-reaching change in the gov- ernment's fiscal policies under which taxes would increase au- tomatically during prosperous times and drop during depres- sion periods, is being studied by treasury experts as part of the proposed revision of the fed- eral revenue structure, it was learned today. Heart of the plan is an agree- ment on the normal national in- come, on how much of it the government should take in taxes, and on the normal fed- eral expenditures during a normal year. No conclusion has been reached yet on these con- troversial issues, it was said, and none is expected immedi- ately. The innovation would call for a schedule of flexible rates. As the national income s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 July 1938

,, \4 ■ Ml',;'•■■'•■■ ^ «5? vX' ar wmmm V 4 ' * • !• i WWjWjjflBSgf"' jtfS MW$-< , 7*t "I ■ •• • •.. • <. • ■« , , "• sw . . Teacher Arrested After Dynamite Bomb Wrecks W. Lee O'Daniel's Lead Increases 28,000Votes Ahead DALLAS — (UP) — W. Lee O'Daniel, the Fort Worth flour salesman, who unexpectedly found himself nominated for governor of Texas, held a lead of more than 28,000 votes over all the rest of his 11 opponents to- day, on the basis of unofficial returns from Saturday's demo- cratic primary. Railroad Commissioner Ernest O. Thompson was second and Atty. Gen. William McCraw was third. Pierce Brooks of Dallas led the race for lieutenant governor and entered the Aug. 27 run-off against Coke Stevenson, former speaker of the house of repre- sentatives. Mann and Woodul Close Less than 17,000 votes separat- ed Walter Woodul and Gerald Mann, who will meet in the run- off for attorney general. State Comptroller George H. Sheppard won renomination. — o Stern Warning Sent Nations...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 July 1938

Sn'J.U P:>:- "f *#S£: " *: Wm- ffiJfrx.? r\ r SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, JtfLY 26, 199* 'A Has Spent $37 Per Capita Since 1935, Report 0 0 Organization Is Under Political Fire, Led By Anti-New Dealers WASHINGTON — (UP) — The politically-embattled Works Progress Administration has spent more than $37 for every man, woman and child in the country since the new deal launched its present relief-re- covery program in 1935, an of- ficial treasury report revealed today. The report shows that since 1935 and up to and including the last fiscal year $8,656,321,- 646 was made available to fight the depression Of the total the WPA spent $4,834,974,053 or 55.7 per cent, a per capita of more than $37 on the basis of a population of 130,000,000. The $1,635,000,000 PWA out- lay for the present fiscal year will bring the agency's spend- ing to $6,469,974,053. Two-Way Attack The report was completed while WPA and its administra- tor, Harry Hopkins, are under attack on the poli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 July 1938

9 _ , . ....I..,,.,,5Jsf ,W : \ "SfSSSW- 'W"-M m MwM TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 0 o o I I f *1" j i •« I i J t, '•i 9) 1 • # 1. f I # Magnolia Medico Annexes Sunbeam, International Boys Win Steele To Fight Hostak For World's Middleweight Champ Title Tonight Betting Odds Go Even Money as Bout Time Gets Nearer, Dempsey Referee BY WILLIS 8. DUNNIWAY I'P Staff Correspondent SEATTLE — (UP) — The odds changed to even money last night on the world's mid- dleweight championship fight to- night between Champion Fred- die Steele of Tacoma and Chal- lenger A1 Hostak of Seattle. Until the fighters completed their training Steele was a 10 to 8 and 10 to 9 favorite. Because both men are heavy hitters, a knockout is expected. Jack Dempsey, former heavy- weight champion of the world, who will referee, said he looked for a knockout in the 11th or 12th round. Steele, 26 years old, who has been fighting since he was 15, was confident of victory. He won the championsh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 July 1938

corporation, which may Th« ReporUr> public* rfully eorrecttd upon be- to attention of the publishers. •; • • ',.r\ Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER SWEETWATER, TEXAS on Th PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1930 _ ttt Sweetwater Inc. Enterta u second class matter at omee M flwtttwitor, Texas, Feb. 8, George Bennitt and Russell BennKt, For the Father himtelf loveth you, becaute ye loved toe, and kmve believed thmt I came out from God.—John 16;27. Ipgj Faith is to believe, on the word of God, what we do not see, and its reward is to see and enjoy what we believe.—Augustine. RED CROSS NEEDS FUNDS FOR FLOOD SUFFERERS Flood sufferers along- the San Saba river may not have been hit by a tornado but their damage to prop- erty becomes almost as great. Hundreds of families have been made homeless by floods which swept into San Saba and lowlands along- the river's course. Many homes in the city were up to water to the second story windows. Other homes have been swept away by the pdunding of the hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 July 1938

TUESDAY, JULY 26, 1930 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE FIVB DINE DANCE ■ 1 Sweetwater's Favorite Rendezvous HARRISON'S ' TEXANS Radio Orchestra play- every night. THE TAVERN Across From the Airport I JUDGE The value of any institution by what it can do. THE PROOF—25 years of constant success under Same Management. Grogan Mineral ltatlis Chiropractic-Massage GROG AN WELLS SANATORIUM |o * J • j * I « • t * I 9 | If you have not yet visited- williamb grill room 415 Oak St. Get your card Free At Reporter office SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. ' Dependable Service 212-14 Locust Phone C24 Quality and Service Try Our Helpy-Selfy Service Hot-Soft Water Phone 2401 CAMP JOY LAUNDRY SHIRTS REDUCED Cool Summer Shirts Reg. $2 to $2.50, now $1.50 VAUGHN MEN'S STORE 125 Oak St. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Hoots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist Son of Judge and Mrs. R. C. Crane, 601 East Third St., ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 July 1938

rappppi .srs _ ."A '• lLi"-i - ^ * ■ '-1 * ., '* .V-. ; *. • 1 ): • MtTc* A Co.. Inc. 1931 Don't go price-paging" for. — your food savings. You'll not , •: find them just by looking. Start a course of real saving by shopping for Ml your food needs at Sunbeam. It means all around savings in one trip to shop at this convenient ' market. Prices for Tuesday Afternoon Wednesday—Thursday Texas Grapefruit Juice 46 oz. Can 19< Mission 2Sc Tuna 2 15c Cans Camay Soap e«r(2 umiogc Matches 6 Box Carton * 18c Carnation Milk 7 Small Cans Champ Dog Food 6 - lib cans Post Toasties lgePUg fyc OUADTCMIli^ Wilsons Advanced HQ. VllWsl I imm 4 lbs. ctn. 39c, 8 lb ctn /OC Pure Cane ruic V/aiic ^ Sugar 10 lb. Paper Bag y C 1 Limit v'W; • . • • Fresh Colorado ■mi i - |g| rresn L-oioraao Mi# Green Beans -- Lb. 5c Homo Grown CASTING EARS ^ 2c mc Home Grown Tender OKRA ,, Long Green CUCUMBERS lh. Hell PEPPER lb. 7*ic V/ic Fresh Blackeyed PeaS 3 lbs. IffC Genuine No. 1 New i C ARROTS RED POTATOES 3tec!BEETS...

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