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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 February 1939

SATURDAY, FEB 18, 1939 THE DENISON PR 086 PAGE THREE i I H' 0 DENISON 62-56-35 YEARS AGO By JHJLOfi MURRAY February 18, 1904 Yesterday morning a number of business men and property owners met Col. R. S. Stevens at the of- fice of J. 51. Cook, for the con- K'(i<"rt'''on 'if railroad matters. W. B. Munson stated that the nhinct of the meeting was to con- sider the feasibility of transfer- inff the $25,000 recently subscrib- ed for the construction of the Denison and Southeastern railway to the Red River and Rio Grande railway. Col. Stevens then stated to the mence the construction of the roiid and push the work its rapid- ly us possible. Messrs. Cook, Holford, Hanna, Grundstein, Kniffin, Nolan, Dr. Peild and Col. Stevens, discussed the subject at length, when it was determined to organize the meeting, take some decisive action in the matter, Col Stevens said that as his presence might clog the action of some of the parties present, he would withdraw and await the conclusions of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 18 February 1939

FOOT THE DlCTOBf PMGS8 SATURDAY, FEB. 18, SOCIETY NOTES F1mb« Your Society News to Phone >00 Please STUBBLEFIELD-SCOBEY WEDDING SOLEMNIZED FRIDAY EVENING In a quite informal ceremony 1 performed Friday night at the home of the officiating minister, Mrs. Ruth Setobey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ferguson 11!) E. Texas, became the bride of Lynn Stubblefield, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Stubblefield of Col- bert. The Rev. L. R. Lamb, pastor of the Calvary Baptist church read the beautiful rinig cerefii'ony in the presence of a small group of relatives and intimate friends of the couple. The bride was dressed in a lovely early sprin? ensemble of teal blue wo>ol with black acces- sories. \She was attended by Mrs. Flowd Renyolds. Mr. Reynolds served the groom as best man. Both the bride and groom ware! reared in Denison and received their education in the Denison schools. The are both employed by the Kraft-Phenix Cheese Corprca- tfon. Informal Reception Spring flowers and potted fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 February 1939

o Sr-1 THE DENISON PRESS WE AT DENISON AND Cloudy and colder 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS MONDAY, FEB. 20th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1984 VOL. 5—NO. 195 British Ready to Troop-Support French Invasion McCaii NEW DFAL AGAIN ATTACKED BY CONSERVATIVES TODAY o Dies in Florida Murderer and Kidnaper of Cash Child is Put to Dealh In Electric Chair; Pens A Note Charging the G-Men Contends He's 26 Engineers Go To Durant DUIl\NT, Feb. 20 (Special) — A survey of Blue river and Clear and Mpddy Boggy creeks north Innocent Victim casl of here wi"be sturted in Boastful and Callous Youth Breaks Down, Screams he Is the Victim of ''Frame" about two weeks when a party of 2(i engineers will be transferred from' the Donison district U. S. RAIFORD, Fla., Feb. 20 (UP) —Franklin Pierce McCall, 21, a minister's son, died in the electric chair of the state prison farm at 9 a. m. (Denison time) today for having kidnaped five year old James Bailey Cash, Jr., who died while...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 February 1939

Established In 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main ■it <SS$^^E> IsBued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive governing to individual and civic inte?rty: to individual ■ civic commercial pro£iesa Accuptance for mailing a.-< xi-cond-cla <>■ uuti< authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Denim n ! t ens w I be • < advertisers desiring blino addresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Week - I' One Month - V' Three Months (In advance! 90c Six Months (in advance) $1.76 One Year (in advance) - * $3 &i> (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) $1,26 One Year by Ma!l (in advance) ...... $2.00 OHARGE ACCOUNTS aie acceptable from perarn having telephone listed m tneir own name and <i| on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. 1' per cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 80 days from date of first insertion. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS must oe received by 10:00 n m. in ord...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 February 1939

MONDAY, FBB. 20th, 19&9 * DEN1S0N 62-56-35 YEARS AGO By 1)U!,CE MUKK*Y gfflj woMa IHI PAGE THilEE and niTminp into a force, was stopped by a couple of colored men. Both'shafts of the buggy, (which belonged to Walton) were broken and the horse had his left hind foot cut. After securing the horse and fixing up the harness a little, they came back up town, and se- curing a buckboard, hitched their si HItod February 20, 1877 Last night ei.?ht tramps were ar- skittish horse to it and officers Yocum, Buvcb out At the col,ner of Main and 0 Neal in different localities ,trcet and Austin avenut. gomu_ .n the city; some were found in ■ out houses and nome in railroad thing went wrong and the horse cars. Throe of them, who had stopped aml beRan, * kick; hotl] loafed around town for several !ntn Ju"],Pe(' out of the i ig, and days, were arrosted in the alley ln s0 ('">nK ^ alton lit in a cramp- in the rear of the Le Grand sa- llosition 011 his left le«- break- loon. In arresting the/in, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 20 February 1939

Spy SOCIETY NOTES Ph ne Your Society N*wa to PhoM >00 Pie*#* KRAFT PLANT EMPLOYEES ENJOY NOVEL PARTY AT RED RIVER INN Approximately 300 guests, me-m" bei-s of tho Plant Employees As- sociation of the Kraft Phenix Cheese Corporation attended a dance and skating party at Ihi- Red River Skating rink Satu night. Informal games and contests provided diversion. A novel fea- ture of the entertainment was a greased pig contest, in Which, Miss Ratnerine Eyer and L. C. Harris were awarded tho objects of their chase, for being successful in cap- turing and imprisoning the elusive animals, weighing i5 pounds and 40 pounds respectively. Hot dogs and coffee were served during the evening and dancing continued until 11 o'clock. The social committee in charge of the entertainment included D. King, chairman, Miss Eyer and Joe Simmons. Bride-Elect Is .Honored With Sunday Breakfast Lynn Landrum Will Speak In Denison Thursday Mrs. 13. McDaniel, president of ihe high school Parent Teacher association...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 February 1939

© WEATHER ! den (son and vicinity ( Generally fair and warmer | today, Wednesday THE DENISON PRESS 35 cents Per Month member of the united press DENISON, "TEXAS TUESDAY, FEB. 21st, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980— DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 196 Britain Determined to Be Most Powerful Nation COLDEST WEATHER OF YEAR STRIKES Temperatures in Den'aon went Forecasts for tonight and Wed- to the lowest mark of the season nesday were for partly cloudiness early today when a minimum of J.nd warmer weather in this area. 12 degrees was registered in pro- Fruit growers were cheered by teeted parts of the city. Ther-| the cola sna.> because they 8aid.it mometers in unprotected sections | would stay unit budding a little fell several degrees lower. longer. Recttat warm tempera- tures had caused the sap in fruit trees to rise too quickly, destroy- ing a po' t on of the crop. A part of the 1938 fruit crop of this section was killed off by a long warm period early in the year, followed by cold temperatures. , ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 February 1939

yAGB TWO THE DBWIHOW PRESS TUESDAY, FEB. gist, 1939 THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1930 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publ cation 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic mteerty; to individual and civic commercial progress Acceptance for mailinir as second-class matter authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care lienison Tress will be given id-1' i-er« desiring blino *ddresses. SUBSCRIPTION RATES •>..« Week - «'• •lit Month — —— —.... 35c , Months (In advance* - 90c vi<>nth> (in advancet $1.75 tin "> eh) (in advance) $3.50 (VVthin Zone 1) Si... it lis ti> Mail (in anvance) $1.25 Oaf Ma I (in auvance) $2.00 phon c to OliNTS ai acceptable from peiso listed o their own name and > }> remit wii«*k bill i* presented. D1 idded ..f -inpaiil private nceotiJ in itai- •* first insert or t u Cop> raceivwi by 9 a r< thi same uav C.-A : iuX V 1IUNS inusi o« received by I0:0r> in iiiiiei to avoid puoucation in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 February 1939

FSB. 21st, 1989 mm* NrosrTNran aiix PAGE THREE <9 DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO Bv PTJLCE MURRAY February 21, 1877 John Thompson and Jack Hen- dricks, fli'ias Lone Jack, were tried by the mayor Monday for disturb- ing- the nonce, and assaulting James Willey Kelly, one-armed re"t'eman and tryinjy to rob him. It '"pom Kelly and the two men ar'-ested came together on the areommodntion Saturday nirht, frp-m Rhe'iriljn. On s>1iTht:v,< fr"> ~ tho fnln. one of the ni"tv n>*i- rosed to take a dr'nk and the hp:r>.o- <aer-on^ed. thev a tn^ethor ;nt the Califomi" * en Inni them. They robbed him, however i of some money, his hat, and some ! other articles. Thompson and i Hendricks were afterwards found in tlhe old Sazara's, now vacant I by Officer O'Neal and arrested | for this offense. Each of theim i was fined $11 and cost, amount- ing in all to $32.10. Early yescterday morning thciv | were foi;t,y-eight bales of cotton on the streets, >2'<i bales were from the vicinit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 21 February 1939

TUESDAY. W!B- 21A.M99 SOCIETY NOTES Phen« Your Society New. to Phona 00 PImm Methodist Groups Have Program On Missionary Work fieshment course was sertved. | Mrs. VV. A. Middleton, chair- man of Ciitle No. 4 entertain- ed her group at her hiAne, 128 W. Gandy, and the regular routine "Life's Highway," was the sub- business was carried on. \Ke ject of the inspiring devotional freshroents were served. lesson, conducted by Miss Estelle ^ luncheon at the church and McElvaney, which opened the so- regular business and de*o- cial meeting of the \\ aples Mem- tjonai service was held by the orial Missionary society Monday memgers 0f circle No. 5 of which afternoon. I Mrs. Arthur Douglas Jr., is chair- Mrs. Georgo Morgan, president man- Mrs. Robert Steele and 'Mrs. of the society, presided over the g Hid were joint hostesses meeting and Miss Nell Johnson wjth Mrs. Douglas. was presented as program chair-' Business Giub Dinner Party Hotel Denison man. Miss Johnson, assisted by Mrs. B. W. Ba'dw...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 February 1939

WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Rising temperatures today and Thursday THE PR ESS 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON. TEXAS WEiD. FEBRUARY 22, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930-DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO 197 Japanese To Retaliate in Chinese Terror Crisis CONGRESSHEARSWASHINGTO¥^ |y In lit * §3K | Alliance Skipping Reiterated BALKIN ENTENTE RECOGNIZES REBELS BUCHAREST, Feb. 22 (UP) — Members of the Balkan Entente— Rumania, Jugoslavia, Turkey a>nd Everyday DENISON LOUIS Bv ANDERSON Garner Appoints;Onto Sena- tor Taft to Read Address To Upper House; Wash- ington is Closed Down Foreign Policy Hecklers Speak Avoiding Alliances Section May Be Reckoned With This Year, Some Claiming WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 (UP) —Congress led the national capi- tal's celebration of George Wash- ington's birthday today by sus- pending business long enough to read the first president's farewell address. Although all government bur- eaus and departments were closed, both houses of congress met as us- ual. The o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 February 1939

two THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1980 Telephone No. 800 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clean and responsive government to individual and civic intasrety: to individual and civic commercial progres* Acceptance for mailing as second-class authorized. mattei BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison Press will be (fiver advertisers desiring blind addresses. SUBSCRIPTION^\TES One Week 10" One Month .... 35i Three Months (In advancel — 90c Six Months (in advance) $1.7" One Year (in advance) . (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in advance) $t.2r. One Year by Ma.l (in advance) $2.0f> CJH \RGE ACCOUNTS am acceptable from person having telephone listed in their own name and <it> on agreeing to remit wnen bill is presented. !'' per cent will be added on unpaid private account- after 80 days from date of' first insert on. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 9 a. m -.vi be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10:00 a m. in order to avoid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 February 1939

WSD. FEBRUARY 22, 1339 Sggftu MQgTNrara smx DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO r;v nr*T/>F witujy © Church, Dallas." It was evident that the goblet above alluded to arid the flagon are part of the communion set stolen last Thurs- day from the Episcopal church in Dallas. This get was presented some years ago, to that church by j merchants of Louivillc, Kentucky. .The set was valued at $50. The other goblet and the tray belong 0 ft 4 He ach A cid eu- iiu, 00 Q out will aU- bo- esie Belt- mmm■ , * February 22, 1S77 _ J he adoitional charge of va?- ;u(t i0 the set, and other minor fancy was then preferred awiinst(articles stolen at the same time Thorapaan, who has a mo*t vill ain- and from the same p'aee have not ous countenance. las yet been recovered. It is nre- In his possession were found :i 'wimble this is the party who corn- razor. a pocket'oook. a silver gob- jmitted the robbery anil after E - let, some door keys and one skele- quire Kirk gets through with them ton key. Being found gu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 22 February 1939

VAGfcFOtTB THE DPUBOW PRIMS WEJD. FEBRUARY 22, 1939 ■ if 1 ■ SOCIETY NOTES Phon* Your Society Ntow to Phono SOU GARDEN CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS AT REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY Mis. E. L. Hailey was elecwd president of the Donisol Umcle.i ciub at its regular meeting lue^> tiuy afternoon at t;he Jt\ U. Gil. home, 916 W. Bond. Miss Jennie Jackson was named third vice- president and Mrs. Luther Cne-'- iy, treasurer. The newly-elected officers will succeed Mrs. J. Jti. Meador, present executive; Miss Connie rl ucfcer, treasurer and the office of third vice president was inaugurated at yesterd-ay'3 hieeting. Mri. Meador Preside* The meeting was presided over by Mrs. J. E. Meador, president, lieports of standing committee;, including those of beautification and conservation, rose chairman, and others were made, and plans completed for the Hotel luncheon to be given March 21 in celebra- tion of the 10th anniversary of the ciub. Discussions of the recent Na- tional Flower Show in Houston were hear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 February 1939

o i lt- po- pvo nrl nd ? A Q 1 WEATHER HPt i DENISON AND VICINITY 1 H Fair and wamer today 1 11 j and Friday ii J*- IE 35 cents Per Month MEMBER OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS THURS. FEB. 23rd, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1930—DAILY 1934 VOL. 5—NO. 198 KATY BRAKEMAN'S House to LEGS MANGLED E. R. Cooke, Katy extra board brakeman, 417 West Munson, is a'; the Denison M-K-T. hospital suffering from badly mangled legs sustained when rail wheels of a freight car being switched at Everyday DENISON LOUIS By ANDERSON it Vote On 5 Millions Whitesboro passed over both limbs just below the hips this morning about 6:20, it was learn- ed. Mr. Cooke's condition was re- ported fair at noon today, follow- ing amputation of both legs by Dr. T. J. Long, Katy surgeon here. Two empty box cars were being j switched at the Whitesboro station to make up a joint Katy-T&P train to be manned by Conductor Louis Harwell and Engineer C. E. >• . D . .. Preston, both of Denison, when Must Chaotic Russia Rejects...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 February 1939

I TWO the dmmkw ewas I i THE DENISON PRESS Established in 1030 Telephone Ko. 800 Office of Publ cation 007 West Main liaily fc-ni'ppt Sunday Dedicated to clean a-;l t individual nnd civic W'vi afvtc coniniprcia' proifrewi ssponsive i?c it* j to indi< Krcond-cla.-o matter Acceptance for ma ill nit authorized. BOX NUMBERS, Care Uenmon Pre.-<s will be given idwtineri desiring blind addresses. SL^SCI^rioN RATES Or-e Week 11 ■' One Month . - Three Months (In advance — ——... 90c Six Montha (in advance) $1.75 One Year tin advance) . *3.5t> (Wthin Zone 1) S-.x Months by Mail (in aovanee) $1.25 One Year by Ma.l (in aavance) $2.Oil CHARGE ACCOUNTS u' acceptable from jHiiaon. having telephone listed id tneir own name and up- on ugreeinK to remit wn«n bill is presented. 1" per cent will be added an unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first jnserton. CLOSING HOUR: Copy received by 8 a. m. *. be published the same lia? has its tap roots in motives which moved Simon the Sor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 February 1939

THURS FEB. . 23rd, 1939 * DENISON 62-50-35 YEARS AGO fiy DTII.CE MirRR^Y THE DENISON PRESC PAGE THREE 0 , Grubbs got 133}a, "Lamp Chimney Dick," 50; Boss 10; Woodyard, 5; Witvn, 2>/r, Wm. Campbell 2. ] Owing to the lateness of ' the : hour, 11 o'clock, the silver watch | to be presented to the most pop- ; ular railroad man, was drawn. (The young folks had a good time I dancing after the supper was over. ' The festivities were held m the Noted,.Sculptor Designs Ford Fountain February 23, 1877 are were fu.i.. two hand ! over"n>ent freight depot. person;; present at the festival last; February 23, 1889 night for the benefit of the poor, j The funeral of Fa-ante, wife of ■.i\p p"p-t>\s must have been C. W. Moulton, assistant claim large. The ladies were out in full agent of the M-K-T. railway, took ,K o -Bter supper pre--place from her home, 707 West pared by them was all the most1 Woodard, Thursday, the 21st, at if.stidious could desire. Everyone's o'clock p. m. !> e ijoyin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 23 February 1939

PAGE FOUR THE DfiHgQW WUBBB THTJRS. FEB. 23rd, 198d SOCIETY NOTES Phono Your Society N«wa to Miom WO Pl««3«* TtEORGE WASHINGTON DINNER AT FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Converted temporarily into a Woi'ld Day Prayer garden reminiscent of 1 summer Washington's day, the recreation I room of the First Christian church, was gay in its combi'ie.l | decorations of spring flowers pot- j ted plants, and the national col ors of red, white and blue, Tues day night wfhen the members of the Woman's Council entertained with their annual George Wash- ington dinner and program. Red shades were used on the overhead lights, and new crisp curtains in blue and white, furn- ished by the Mizpah group of the council and made by Mrs. W. P Danforth, were hung at the many small windows of the room. Several small tables laid n white linen and illuminated with red tapers in crystal holders were placed against a background of American flags in standards. Mrs. J. C. MonTan dressed a? Martha Wahsington, acconipanicd by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 February 1939

■J -V-M ml III li l(l WEATHER DENISON AND VICINITY Unsettled toilay; colder Saturday THE DENISON PRESS 's «■? M EM BE R OF THE UNITED PRESS DENISON, TEXAS FRIDAY, FEB. 24th, 1939 WEEKLY FOUNDED 1980-DAILY 1934 :r~~ VOL. 5—NO. 199 Hungary Bans Nazis; Possessions Confiscated Transfers To School Grow I ."V bn~ |on a be lin- lthe I By Vrt. ■not ller- Ited lark lers* bion tur? rals. \i f cwv Students from 23 districts are attending Denison high school this year, totaling !11, 23 of them negroes, financed almost totally by state and district, funds, :>u Consolidation Is Seen In . . Katy Offices J. H. Little To Attend Ship- ping Conference at Har- lfngton on March 1 and 2 After several weeks of delibera- tion between the management of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas lines and the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks, a change was made Thurs day in the personnel and organi- , v i zation of the Katy accounting de- partment forces at Parsons, Kan., it was learned today. The change consolidates the of- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Denison Press — 24 February 1939

Established In 18S0 Telephone No. 300 Office of Publication 607 West Main Issued Daily Except Sunday Dedicated to clcau und responsive government M individual and civic integrity: to individual ami ci*ic commercial progress Acceptance for mailing as second-cla^s Authorized. matter BOX NUMBERS, Care Denison I're.ss will be giv..n advertisers desiring- blind addresses. ~UBSCRIpTI0N RAtes ♦> e Week -— 10'' One Month —— 35c Three Months (In advance! 90c Six Months (in advance) — $1.75 On* Year (in advance) $3.60 (Wthin Zone 1) Six Months by Mail (in anvanee) $1.26 One Year by Mail (in advance) $2.00 CHARGE ACCOUNTS are acceptable from person;- having telephone listed in their own name and up •n agreeing to remit wnen bill ia presented. 1" jter cent will be added on unpaid private accounts after 30 days from date of first- insertion. fjLOSING HOUR: Copy r«ceiv«d by 9 a. m. wi be published the same day. CANCELLATIONS must be received by 10:00 a. ro. in order to avoid publication in cur...

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