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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 11 August 1933

Nft OBfT, m «a «V ;VH Ife MMt m CWI to aaa ma, v '«Mb iw W lUa b m M m toqi'ie Smith, Prop. Ballot below Is a copy of the ballot to be used in August 36 PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES The Congress has proposed an amendment to the Constitution of The United States which reads as follows: Sretion 1: The Eighteenth Article of Amendment to the Con- stitution of the United States is hereby repealed. Section 2: The transportation or Importation into any state territory or possession of the United St&tes for delivery or use therein of intoxicating liquors, in violation of the laws thereof, If hereby prohibited. Section 3: This Article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as en amendment to the Constitution by convention!; in the several states, as provided in the Constitution, within seven years from the date of the submission hereof to the States by the Congress. INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER In the columns below are printed the names of persons...

Publication Title: Claude News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1933

mw v/smsm. ■J* " ' CLAUDE NEWS | ■ ■■•■, ■ ii'iiii 'iji,| -| TT rOLOME 44. ci.Aide, Armstrong county/texas, Friday, ado. u, i#sj. Ntram an Cars Colicle On Claude Streets Money Prizes a party of tourist, driving a Chevrolet sedan with traiior behind, was rim Into by n Claude car yesterday morning, between the McClendon Drug store and The First State Bank, as the tourist were making their way from Ama- rlllo to Oklahoma points. Parties in the tourist car were: Mrs. W. M. Kizer, driver, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ellington, also Mrs. Lorine Dudley and daughter, also a young boy hitch-hiker, Ora West who the tourist picked up be- tween here and Amarillo, who was also Oklahoma bound, riding on Another N R A Meeting Held At Court House Another N. R. A. Meet ins was held at the Court House in Claude Monday evening of this week, at which time interesting discus- sions were hud relative to the NRA work of Armstrong Coun- ty. "Squire" Nelson who acted as chairman until the organization wan perfec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1933

g*j,m i— ,j$0t0LdtKmkJK9^ Wf DO OUR PART NOTICE TO CREDITORS Vw titim wgMm • ■Mtrfl m gasoline enforce ■wet Wttnratretrti lac out over the state After fugi tire million* In public money.— Gasoline Tax Money. J. Claude Wells of Memphl i passed through Claude Saturday enroute to Amarillo where he goe^ for treatment for Kidney Stone. Claude Wells once ran a news paper at Claude, and for many years was owner and editor of th? Memphis Democrat, one of thr- leading weeklies of this country. :0: tl tor tad rafUMd to go. is a wonderful friend but can become your worst enemy if gjMBpt"4R case of ab- solute necesity.—Amond Fisher. :0: Then it Is Mr. Johnson's that stores that have been open-, lng at 7 in the morning and clos- ngi at 7 or 8 in the evening, must continue to do this, if they have maintained these long hours prior to July 1st. 1933. What Presi- dent Roosevelt wants is not short hours for opening and closing but shorter hours for the em- ployees. in order that others may be employ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1933

inii IS tun AM, S CENTS A WORD tRY OCR Tractor Distillate i! /ONLY S cents a gallon. Three vi •more barrels delivered.—Phone CO 'Phillips Station. CLYDE BUTLER. MGR. Sl-c TTXAS.fff*... 7r\D UiJU-'L^jOU 4 BfUH • /• . PORTED NOTICE , ThU ia to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pasture* are poaUd, •nil hunting, trapping or flshlnc ta not permitted and all trespassers, will be prosecuted. CLINTON BENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tI-c POSTED NOTICE:—All pa.lles aic warned not to tresparis on or through pastures an', to Luttirlls Springs—C M. Luttrell 52-p. 4 WHY GO AWAY When you can do better at home. GRADE OF LEATHER COUNTS Half soles and heels only 75e HERE CITY SHOE SHOP W. II. GILES. Props. ONLY FIVE CENTS n gallon lor our Tractor Distillate at Phillips Three barrels or more delivered. —Phillips 06 Station, Phone Cti. CLYDE BUTLER. 51-c HOW! PILES MEET THEIR WATERLOO! m ■■'AY -' f yyf-" ' V '.qk '$}i-J&foT ■ ■ TT rr-rn tu/ h: .. . . ; 1 MUODUT ANNOUNCEMENT We will have our usual servie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 18 August 1933

gSwili Etc. Ete . Call «• see U im M Annie Louise Smith, Prop. tmnaOCTWKWgKIOOtXItlOOaOOi (Continued from First Page) lows that whatever will control the vices of men. will In a meas- ure control the crimes that might follow. The most common and most weakening vices of men are tobacco using, dmg addiction, whisky. Idleness and illict social relations. Under various conditions our Government licenses and collects the revenue from individuals and corporations whose business it is to feed or promote these numerous vices; and in doing so. the Gov- ernment Itself becomes particeps in the sequntial crimes. This being the case, no Government aspiring to higher Ideals should Issue li- censes and collect revenue from any of these vices. When the Government legalizes a traffic in whisky, tobacco, opium, idleness and houses of ill fame, it is virtually preparing the way. or helping to prepare the way for all the crimes in the catalogue, and is receiving pay for its part in the production. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1933

CLAUDE NEWS —'^VOLUME 44. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 1933. mm* V't^ " Wui Ad. — . IB The New* at Tff a NUMBEK U. Federal Law After Black Mailers Sun. There was quite a bit of excite- ment in Claude last Sunday even- ing when more than fifty Federal and local Panhandle officers came down from Amarillo to try to trap black mailers and Extortion- ers, who warned Mr. R. B. Mas- terson Jr. that he must leave Amarillo and go east toward Wichita Falls, and when he came to a white ra^ In the middle of the road he must drop $6000 or he or some of his family would be killed. Federal cars were parked, one In front of the Claude Post Office!DeLux Cafc. w Giles' Sho. and the other on the opposite [ Shop, "M" System, Pope's Dry Ride of the street and with flash Goods Store, Johnnie The Tailor, First Cyclone In The Panhandle Here Thursday The first Clyclone we have ex- perienced in the Panhandle passed through Claude p.bout 12:35 P. M Thursday, August 24th, 1933. This Clyclo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1933

- i& A. iPMg Um interaat of the to Um N1U Code One of our subscriber* asked an- other why It te that the tittle Aiutln ear la not telling as fast aa other ears, to which the other replied: "Why should I pay AS MUCH for a "Baby" automobile when I can get a full grown car for the same money? When the Little Austin sells for about $250 fully equipped, there will be more of them sold. I understand that no Austin salesman will take in second hand cars on that car, which e- liminates another fifty percent of their sales. That is why they do not sell." o The Campaign is now over and The Claude News Editor has fought | a good fight against the evils of from their feet in cold weather,' the Liquor Traffic, saying Just starving for nourishing foods, go-!what was upon his heart. Now, Mil* Charlotte Lamberton, now 16, was born deaf aad unable to •peak. But' she did not let those handicap* atop her from aspiring, as she grew older. Now she is a feature dancer with a stage show in Holly- wood...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1933

IDS AM, I CENTS A WOKD OUR Tractor Distillate at ft emU ■ gallon. Three or barrels delivered.—Phone 86 Station, CLYDE BUTLER. M* 61-c. POSTED NOTICE This la to notify the public that ail o( the J. A. Pastures are posted and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON Asst. Mgr. ta-tf-e POSTED NOTICE:—All paitles are wanted not to trespass on or through pastures ant". to Luttrells Springs.—C. M. Luttrell. 52-p WHY GO AWAY When yoa can do better at home. GRADE OF LEATHER COUNTS Half soles and heels only 75c HERE CITY SHOE SHOP W. H. GILES. Props. ONLY PIVf, CENTS n gallon for our Tractor Distillate at Phillips Three barrels or more delivered. —Phillips 06 Station. Phone 06 CLYDE BUTLER. r.l-e President Back on lob at Washington iiiiiisi LOimSml $ tm Thoroughly rested. dt spite tin |.r. s ..f state problems which encroached oil Iiik vacation stay at llydi- I'urk, N. V , President Roosevelt in tjmrk in Washington to take up tlit* endless...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 August 1933

FALL SHADES ALL SIZES 14 to 52 UY NOW AND SAVE Choice Any $1.67 HAT NEW rn BRIMS. CHIC ^ I ALL SIZES STYLES I And Toque#. HEAD SIZES UP TO 24 INCHES 621 POLK ST., AMARILLO, TEXAS ONE FOURTH OFF > 5 TO THE LADIES OF THIS TRADE TERRITORY / For the next few days I am ffoing; to make a SPECIAL i DISCOUNT of TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT, on all my Face gj Powder, Face Creams, Lip Sticks, Etc, Etc. Call lo see me, y look them qfver and buy while you are able to save 25 per > cent on Guaranteed Goods. J Annie Louise Smith., Prop. ^ Red Cross Ac- tivities For The Past few Weeks By Ida M. Thomas. Chair. Five quilts and four comforts have been completed in the Red Cross Department within the past six weeks. Three tops are finished and ready for the frames and more piecing is being done. Nearly al! the scraps from the thousand yards of piece material received from the Government last Spring have been used up into warm quilts for the needy people of our county. This bedding together with the blan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1933

NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1933. OFFICIAL ELECTION RETURNS S a i s § § 2 H « Z o n 2 H j. fc u s i * i w 0 ; % U. j *• 1 x £2 u es o ha H Vj Z ■ 1 —■— Chafc 1 5 | 147 | 135 | 48 | 168 | 19 | 23 | 19 | 62~ 110 | 128 | 180 | 49 Oaatotght 1 5 | 45 | 26 1 6 1 42 | 12 | 31 Washburn 1 20 | 16 | 19 | 10 | 17 | 16 I 17 ! 18 21 ; 12 Llano 1 " 1 8 1 14 | 5 | 12 | 12 14 | 11 ; 15 | 6 Lakerlew 1 9 1 25 | 10 | 7 I 24 | 11 1 10 | 26 j 17 l!i Wayside 1 9 | 25 | 29 i 10 27 8 1 10 | 26 29 6 Pal* Dure 1 < 1 1 1 4 | 1 | 9| 0 1 9 1 0| 2| 7 Dawkins 1 3 | 5 1 8 | 0| 8 | 0 I _6 1 2 | 7| 1 Totals 1 62 | 272 I 238 | 104 | 284 j 135 | 182 | 253 | 283 | 127 strong Co. Dairy Shows Sept 15 and 16. A county wide Dairy Show will be held In Claude on Septem- ber 15 and 16. Interest, among dairymen and dairy cattle enthus- iasts, for a local dairy show has been Increasing for the past few weeks. A number of entries have already been assured and many more are expected to come In be- fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1933

w& • <v Jefferson Cattery, above, it th« man dated to be the new U 8. Ambassador to Cuba, to relieve 8uiuuer Welles, who it tit reported will come home to be Assistant {Secretary of Htute. of OtJtt**: TIE Mm ol * elgaiette smoking mot sr, is tick when tart. It la potap ed and may die within two weeks of birth . Sixty par «— t of *u babies born of mothers who are habitual smokers, die before they are two yean old.' "Fine prospect we have to build a new civilization, or create super-race from the offspring of mothers who are debased, degrad- ed,wrecked morally, poisoned phy- sically by the nicotine habit. :0: ESSENTIALS OF LIVING FOR BOYS This a new course for high less cursing; let us give out or .^hoo! boys is to be added this radiate that optomism that Is always "catching". And, come to think this all over, it is the sure way in which to find this day a good day. The News cordially invites every citizen to not merely assent to these facts and fruits, but to take active parts...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1933

m am, fWMia NOTICB—Owing to Increase In «• feel obliged to relet ..•mi* fminivee to ase. bamr erlll be the mum. Our cloelng IV beginning September 1st. is • A. M„ exopt Saturday when remain open until U P. HAL BARBER SHOP JRRY BARBER SHOP fUR Tractor Distillate at cents a gallon. Three or kxreXs delivered—Phone 68, • Station, CLYDE BUTLER. 51-c. ' POSTED NOTICE U to notify the public that be J. A. Pact urea are poeted, rating, trapping or fishing jermltted and all trespassers prosecuted. CLINTON , Ant. Mgr. 12-tf-c POmi:U NOTICE:—All parties warned not to trespass c.n or iugh pastures arc", to Luttrclls I irlngs.—C. M. Luttrell. 52-p. Mr and Mm Jutin P Flanagan, Philadelphia received federal Home Loan Bond, No. 1 in Pennsylvania, to thu «ave their home. They are pictured above, happy with the loan bond. to mum his Plying Field, altar visit with his par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Royal at Clauds. Tfc; C!"i«Ui 'Puns' beat Lakeview by a soon of 12 to 4. Tuesday. The first inning looked ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 September 1933

Mv AT Gunter's Drug Store School Supplies HAVE NOT ADVANCED 10c THEME PAPER We have all you need in— SCHOOL SUPPLIES tHBOWagooaOOOOOtSKSSSSSSSSSSaaOttOCXSOtKS^^ u WINTER IS COMING ON i And you are going to need some warm work clothing, and 1 here Is (he place to set them before the prices advance. Prices on some things have advanced from 25 to 40 per cent, tl but not here. We also carry the largest line of notions, tinware, enamel ware, Etc., that can be found in this county. And we are still headquarters for Fresh Groceries, fruits and vegetables at prices decidedly LOWER. GIVE US YOUR NEXT ORDER C. R. GUYN, Prop. SYNOPSIS: Ruth W*rm. who lived ia tht but. it *iUed (forte-fourth interest ta tht "Dud Lantern" rtnch ia Ariaona hjr her only brother who it reported to have met hit death while oa hutinttt ia Mexico. Arriviac •a Arizona with hrr husband wtio hat ailing luagt and their taall child, they lean that the ranch it located S5 mile* from tht aearett railroad^ old Charley Thane, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

V r'v#. ' •V * - £ IHI 1.^* ■ \ . k Tfc* Km m ri it i n mtr « I ■■IT' CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT. >. IW3. Anutrong Co. Dairy Breeders Organize Tues. At a meeting held at the school building at Claude last Tuesday r-lght "The Armstrong County Dairy Breeders' Association" was organised. Oscar Bagwell, promi- nent dairy breeder residing 14 miles south of Claude was named prescient of the organization, and C. It: Dunn, 7 miles west of Claude, was made secretary-treasurer. Oth- er directors of the association were elected as follows: Oscar Brunson, A. C. Doyle, Bob Collins, Ralph Marsh and Clarence Hudson. Oth- er members present at the meet- ing were: Emmett Jones, Claude Bagwell, Richard Brunson, Vernon Harmon, I. H. Turney and J. M. Hill Hie breeders' association hats taken charge of the County Dairy Show, and it's success is practical- ly assured. The dates for the Show have been changed to September 22 and 23. A committee was ap- pointed by the president to rai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

WM AT Gunter's Drug Store School Supplies - HAVE NOT ADVANCED 10c THEME PAPER 3 We have all you need in— SCHOOL SUPPLIES T UM §*ow Tl d< dt ■ WINTER IS COMING ON • And you are going to need some warm work clothing, and here Is the place to get them before the prices advance. Prices on some things have advanced from 25 to 40 per cent, I but not here. We also carry the largest line of notions, tinware, enamel ware. Etc., that can be found in this county. And we are still headquarters for Fresh Groceries, fruits and vegetables at prices decidedly LOWER. ,f> GIVE US YOUR NEXT ORDER C. R. GUYN, Prop. ONE FOURTH OFF M6S6S636S063t363tXXX*XX3lk%X%%XX%X%VX%%%X%VXVXXVXV%XV%X%%% ! School Days are Here Again i Get ready. A nice haircut improves your appearance. Always ready to serve 5 you. Imperial Barber Shop Laundery Agency Shower and Tul> Baths 25c R. E. BI.ANTON CAR!. W. APPLING ByW . B. Grauel C. C. C. Camp Correspondent The Palo Dltro Canyon was the scene of a largely attended ga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

i iff Jvfca WMU Ow*w, II, t Me*. pkk, T«ml, waa W7W.H «*• ki way to 8aa falriiii . . ■ No. Md * > * U (tr« Ourdoa a l(< It *m former President Hoov. Cnrill.II put tk lift. a nt "*• • Ua- which wUi > of laatinc Taxpayers are those who pay taxes. The rest of us are just potential taxpayers. o Tfte wet and dry argument In many places has turned on the question of whether or not the grocery store that sells beer will sell more beer than groceries. o A Jewish paper in New York sunests the appointment of Her- nwrrlage favors happier marriag- bert Hoover as ambassador to Ger- many. That, indeed, would be an- other noble experiment. o According to the best advices we can gather, any ordinary and humble home-brew maker can tell those big breweries a thing or two about making beer with a real kick in it. o Our PET, the elimination of $3,000 State Taxes on homos and homesteads, in Texas went over with a BANG. That was what we expected it to do. The poor home- Stead owner and the home ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

iKgfgsP ««li-Drill at t . Ml H-P >* West Texas Slate Teachers Collage Cum Tcxaa •ttfc ANNUAL SESSION WDM WtQgQ Utli HMO covers ALL tuition and **—. tar split semester of nine Standard courses leading to mwiy professions; special train- taf for prospective teachers. nSS!!!? I"***"-Particulars and OatStofue. Write J. A. H1U, Pres. FOSTCD NOTICE This la to notify the public that •II oI the J. A. Pastures are ports* and hunting, trapping or la not permitted and all trespassers Wlba prosecuted. CLINTON •WHY, Asst. Mgr. la-tf-c We Do Our Part With Quality * Service Bring Vour SCHOOL SHOES Into as to be assured of the BEST SHOE HOSPITAL 511 Taylor St., Amarillo. TYPEWRITER PAPER-You can buy good Equity Bond typewriter paper at ONLY 35 cents a hundred sheets, cut 8% by 11 inches, regular typewriter size. Buy your typewriter paper at the printing office and aava money. j ■ • i I m Mi Helen Jacobs. of California retain* her Women'* National Tennit championship for another year She won over...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

' i could not arrive before at six o'el Suddenly the man'* wide; Rath! Huthl wUr broUtr *h to m«M to un M kit death whilt oa busintas im Mtxico. Arriving ia Ariuai with her kiutaad arha hu ailinc luagt and (heir null child, thay leara that tlx ranch ia located 15 adlaa Ina tha aaartat "I wouldn't have believed the difference these new Electric Outlets I had Installed could make. It seems to me I used to spend most of my time detaching a lamp so I could use the cleaner or pulling out the radio plug to attach some- thing else. Now there's a convenient outlet for every appli- ance and everything's smooth sailing!" Every housewife who has new Outlets installed talks like this. Why don't you join the other women who let electri- city do their work for them? The installation is quick and Inexpensive—the added convenience lasting and Invaluable. Call your electrician for estimates on your requirements. Prices are lower than ever before. Southwestern PUBLIC SERVICE Company ¥ railroad. Old C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

yr mmi at • htrgaia. Try H k lit Nm at air k W— >«i CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1933. v NUMBER 1. LITTLE MARY MIXUP Trade Mark Ret. U. 8. Pat. Off. US By R. M. Brinkerhoff I 8 / aw-soda~qult tripping me — watch where careful now, don't fall — mary-my lemon meringue pies turned out fine—Take one over to aunt edna. wij-l you ? sure she likes anything she gets for nothing i i ^ hey-get away from my lemon meringue now, look what you went and did >• mary frothing mouth MAD Sh he's still frothing at tvle mouth — gosh-here comes mary/ he'll mom'll be mad at me for dropping the pie — but soda tripped me and he ate the meringue hey mom — soda TRiPPED me and r spilled THe Pie * t> mi *7 United TmSyndicate, LITTLE DAVE To Make Sure By Gus Jud RxtAMOKirrs AM" CVA*R<iTS "TVC TAfc«ET- VOU'U. HVT VT "twwt\mfc RHADY. at** fmms/ lit tB ods is re- ar Ic nts ind ngs We me to m v* io- his vill the JUT ley be use rt- 'en >st. ere ool ise ic- be ose a- 'Otl ur til...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 September 1933

mmi' "i o« to tin thl •a Evi thl cite inc Ca arc Vtyp I Jewess Doc pan ' be cyri And hm Me kut Ubw yot' NTOH9MI 1 wm part of Mexico and rule. It it estimated i are at tapt 20,*00 registered brands in Texas. irpose of the cattle brand was to enable each cattle owner to so mark his cattle that he could identify and claim them should thejr go astray, or be stolen. Cattle-thieving made it advisory to select brands that would be hard to "burn out" or to alter. The practice of burning off an owner's brand, replac- ing it with another brand, was a trick often resorted to by cattle thieves or cattle rustlers. Hence it required study to devise a brand not easy t<v alter or obliterate. For instance, it is told of John Means, famous rancher of the Davis Moun- tains, that in selecting his brand he sat down one day by the side of his barn and began making marks in the ground with a stick. One figure he drew was the letter Y, but he decided it would be too easy to alter. About this time, from ...

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