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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1960

t "-"^v - Editor's Notes \ \ k i Although results of absentee voting are still trinkeling in, the citizens of the United States are already assured of the name of our next president, John Fritz- gerald Kennedy, and vice- president, Lyndon Banes John- son. This race being one of the closest in our democratic history, means one important thing — although the majority of voters are happy about the election out- come, still a large number of people have been disappointed. The job of the President of the United States, is undoubted- ly filled with more responsibility than any other in the country. It is his duty to keep America economically sound, militarily strong, and at peace with the world. Regardless of how we voted in the election, it is the imperative duty of every citizen to stand behind our president, as he undertakes the unique and pressing job. One thing is cer- tain, our president, whether it be Jack Kennedy or if it should have been Dick Nixon, will do the very best he can t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1960

I ... T- T7— "T-T, IIHMHI I The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, NOT. 18, I960 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March 3, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke _ $2.00 Outside Area $2.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corpoation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. IIMrassmois OPINION ROSHOLT, S. D., REVIEW: "South Dakota motorists had a chance to .... sign petitions calling on Congress to drop the four cent per gallon tax to three cents. Congress originally had promised to drop the tax from four to three on June 30. 1961, after it was enacted a year ago for a 22-month period. "We didn't see or have a chance sign one of these so- called p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1960

wmm M'-mM WOMAN'S PAGE I m Uz News By Wynona L. Riddles /Cvvv\vvvvvv Ivvvvvvvvvvv Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leeper and sons spent Saturday night visiting Mr. and Mrs. Buford Greenwood and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cook are moving to Forestburg. Mrs. Jeanette Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Lanier and chil- dren visited Mrs. Rillie Lanier this week. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Orrell visited her. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wade and boys visited Mrs. Bessie Green- wood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Olin Merrett were Nocona visitors Tuesday night. Wynona Riddles visited Mary- lin, Mike, Cindy and Nancy Merrett Tuesday night. Mrs. Imogene Lynch visited Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Ray Lynch Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Green- wood and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leeper and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Echols Sun- day. Mrs. Decie Ellzey of Forest- burg visited Mrs. Georgie Green- wood and Wynona Sunday eve. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Campsey of Bowie were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Campsey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Howell were...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1960

•s-v tW Lj T The Saint Jo (Teiu) UUBUNE — FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 19M « League Lingo Well the blind pig was loose at the lanes again Sunday after- noon and it seems that Saint Jo was really after it. Dave Rob- erson from Bowie won first place; Bobby Bider from Olney, Tex., second; Gene Shields, Saint Jo third, and Chell Jackson, Saint Jo, fourth. Chell makes a habit of winning over here, if you remember he won a bowling ball in the last blind pig. It was a lot of fun and the janitor didn't complain about having to clean the chairs where everyone had stood to see what they could see. Now that the election is over I can concentrate on bowling again, at least quite a few of us were giving that as an excuse for poor scores, although we had some before the election became news. Not too long ago I could blame it on the fact that Jack Parr had walked off. If anyone has any suggestions for excuses please send immediately; I know quite a few people who would be interested. If you haven't been out r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1960

r f Spenser News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal Mr. and Mrs. Bob Overturf of Denison spent Wednesday to Saturday with his niece, Mrs. W. C. Henley and husband. They were accompanied here by Mrs. Fred Offutt and Mrs. Joe May also of Denison, and were ac- companied back to Denison Sat- urday by T. C. Henley. Eld. Winstead Cooper of No- cona filled an appointment at the Church of Christ Sunday. O. A. King and Buster Roach were Bowie visitors Monday. Mrs. Arch Durham and Mrs. J. C. Durham were Wichita Falls visitors Thursday. Quests in the Guy Cannon home this weekend were their children, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. CApnon of Gainesville, Mrs. Bud Dennis of Muenster, Mrs. Walter Cannon and Rose of Whitesboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Cannon and James. P.F.C. Fred Hilton, Jr., of Fort Sill, Okla., was a weekend guest of his brother, Cleveland Hilton and family. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Durham Sunday were his father, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Durham; his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jaegars of Nocona; his bro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1960

r Jo Business Directory "V --v > iUM i: v a (Left to Kirht) — Drum Majorette, Jo Ella Prather; Head Majorette, Donna Reed; Majorettes, Kathy Boone and Suzanne Hurclifiel. Front Row: Rebecca Mosley, Eualane Talley; Wanda Pitman, Linda Fiusche, Dale Leigh Cook, Bobby Dennis, Billy Mcore, Kenneth Carver, Eddie Vetter, James Cooksey, Audette Vaughan, Stanton Field, Nickie Huddleston, Lou Ann Burrhfiel, Sandra Huddleston, Genice Busby and Melvin Ashley. Back Row: Karen Fortenberry, Sadie Huddleston, Billy Carver, Hershel Boyd, Ronnie Ice, Karen Martin, Karen Berry and Director Richard Stapp. Thirty one band members and seven sponsors left for the Cot- ton Bowl in Dallas Sunday, Nov. 13. Spirits were high as they rolled along singing songs and giving yells to the tune of "Just Any Old Thing." It was amusing to listen in on the different topics of conversation in each group. Because of the time element, lunch was eaten as we launched across Dallas to the sound of squealing brakes and pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1960

I f From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE TEEL, Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, — FRIDAY, NOV. 18, I960 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF Senior Class Betty Jo Hutson Junior Class, Girls' Sports Judy Thweatt Sophomore Class Lynnette Martin Freshman Class Karen Martin, John Huchtons Eighth Grade Billy Carver Seventh Grade Mike Martin FHA Harriet Schmitt FFA Eddie Grotte Band Myrna Maxwell * IT'S OVER Well, "it" happens to the best of us—sometimes as often as Stx times a season. Valley View's Eagles defeated the local war- riors, 26-0, in the Panthers' final game. Played at Valley View in numbing cold weather last Thursday night, the game was the only scoreless contest of the season for the Saint Jo eleven. The Eagles began their attack early in the first quarter. Mov- ing from their own 36-yard line, they drove to the Saint Jo 5; quarterback Billy Martindale, the personification of a night- mare as far as the Panthers were concerned, then carried over for % the score. The tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 18 November 1960

\ 1 The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, NOV. IS, I960 New Classified Rates, effective October 1, 1960 1 Insertion 4c per word 2 Insertions 1... 7c per word 4 Insertions l©c pef word Minimum - 51c ' Standing Classifieds per word 2® (or each Insertion. Minimum gb Standing Classifieds - 50c. Cash in advance on ALL classi- fied ads except for business Arms or individuals who have regular accounts with Tribune. Cash is requested to save book- keeping and make these low rates possible. Display Classifieds (per column inch) - 70c. Card- of Thanks - 75c. • For Sale WtttTtf ELEPHANT^ Rummage Sale conducted by Bluebonnet Study Club,' one o'clock. Sat., Thompson's !(50-2tc) No mber , 19. >atr Grocery. • For Sale SPECIAL: Permanents, regular $7.50 now $5.00. Phone 2338 for appointment at Casa Loma Beauty Shop. (44-tfC) FOR SALE: Maytag Sales and Service, Hinds Clark. Nocona. (35-tfc) RELAX THEATRE MUENSTER, TEXAS Friday and Saturday THE LAST VOYAGE Sunday and Monday Warner Bros. ICE PALAC...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1960

K JV *v V-'v*-' ■ - f -i tW.(i ■ ■■A-Xrt. editor's Holes During this Thanksgiving sea- son. people all over the nation will be giving thanks for bless- ings received throughout the year — blessings which we should be thankful for every day, not only at Thanksgiving. Too many of us tend to take the good things in this life for granted — felt that since we work hard that we are due ma- terial possessions and peace and happiness. We forget that many blessings which come our way could not be bought for any price or any amount of labor. Since most of us are negligent in giving our thanks to God dur- ing the year, it is especially nice that we have a season which we are reminded of the need for thanksgiving. A time when we can sit back and take a look at ourselves and our lives and realize that things haven't been nearly as bad as we sometimes felt — a time to remember that we are a blessed people, in a blessed country, with more to be thankful for than any other people in the entire worl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1960

mm kick 1 *•. Tfce Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, NOV. 25, I960 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March 3, 1807. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke _ $2.00 Outside Area $2.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corpoation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. WASHINGTON, IOWA, JOUR- NAL: "American Farm Bureau Federation's secretary, Roger Fleming says: 'The trouble with all this credit, and the putting off of the day of payment is that we may get to be like the drunk who didn't like hang- overs, so he solved his problem by staying drunk all the time.'" LEESBRUG. FLA., COMMER- CIAL: . . . Some 14 million children will be added to the elementary a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1960

I MMMgjMNflp I. \ ?nw ac REBA STAN FIELD H o m e Demonstration News « The harvesting and storing of crops has changed in method through the years, but the pat- tern is still unchanged. It is estimated that more than 17 mil- lion tons of vegetable produce will have been harvested by the nation's farmers in 1960. More than one-third of this amount t will have been commercially processed — a significant change in marketing from times past. The harvesters of ancient Greece and Rome set the pattern for an annual Thanksgiving by pay- ing homage to their agricultural goddesses Demeter and Ceres. The Pilgrims had a different reason for celebrating their har- vest and paying homage to their God. This generation is the first to enjoy the peak of the harvest the year around. Their Thanks- giving tables will hold many fresh vegetables and fruits. We don't like to talk about income tax time but it will come perhaps before we are ready. It's not too late to start getting some figures ready, hunt-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1960

The Saint Jo (Tcxm) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1960 4-H AWARDS Cont'd 1960 LIST OF 4-H COUNTY AWARD WINNERS Achievement: Curtis T a g e, Lone Star; Danny Williams, For- estburg; Calvin Durham, Capps Corner; Richard Blair, Mon- tague; Linda Durham, Capps Corner; Sharon Eldridge, For- estburg. Gold Star: Becky Holland, Montague; William Snow, Lone Star. Dress Revue: Kathy Fite, Ring- gold; Ann Campbell, Bowie; Stephannie Ellzey, Forestburg; Elaine Bewley, Forestburg; Mari- lyn Merrett, Forestburg; Sonja Ellzey. Forestburg; Revea Gia- ketti, Montague. Clothing: Sheila Ann Parker, Capps Corner; Wanda Johnson, Forestburg; Edelvis Massey, For- estburg. Dairy Foods: Mary Campbell, Bowie; Carolyn Corado, Mon- tague. Canning: Susan Clark, Nocona; Linda Eldridge, Forestburg. Frozen Foods: Sheila Ellzey, Forestburg; Billy Doris Foster, Forestburg. Garden: Kaye Foster, Forest- burg; Eualane Talley, Saint Jo; Harold McMillion, Bowie; Birt Simpson. Nocona. Home Economics: Nancy Stine, Bowie: Marj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1960

wmmmxnimmmmeMi Peabody News By Mrs. W. E. Woods Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cook, Freida, Larry, Doyle and Dean- na, Mrs. Dora Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Young visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woods Thursday night. Mrs. Myrtle Bess of Corum, Okla., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Bowen from Wednesday 'til Friday of last week. Hugh and Dale Bowen spent Saturday night with Mr." and Mrs. Carl Bowen and Butch of Farmers Branch. They also visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. Meb Bowen AUTO and OIL FIELD MECHANICS Expert workmanship done on | repair jobs. Oil field welding service — any place, and time. Work guaranteed. Give us a call PHONE 2289 CLAYTON BROS. Back of First National Btnk SAINT JO Sunday. Mrs. Meb Bowen is a patient in a Dallas hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Edes'and Troy of Iowa Park visited Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dunn and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Young Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woods were in Bowie Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Embry visited Mrs. G. W. Baker and Ollie Mae Sunday afterioon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boyd and Mr. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1960

Saint Jo Business Directory V l< The following Merchants and Businessmen of Saint Jo would like to wish all of their friends and customers a very Happy tiiari' i* X * f — u The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE - FRIDAY, NOV. 25. 196. REAL ESTATE OFFICE (In Skating Rink Bldg.) List your property with us. "Anything in Real Estate" Cecil B. Smith Realtor EVELYN'S BEAUTY SHOP Specializing in Hair Cutting and Styling EVELYN NEWLAND, Owner and Operator Ph. 2281 Saint Jo r WALTER COLLIER Mobil AGENT Phone 2681 Saint Jo H. L. BOWEN AUTO and FIRE INSURANCE Route 1 Ph. 8-9804 LEE'S GRILL SAINT JO, TEXAS LUNCHES, GOOD COFFEE STEAKS. SHORT ORDERS DELICIOUS HOMEMADE PIES Club Room for your convenience CASH DRY GOODS Marcy Lee Dresses — Men and Boys' Levis Colonial Dresses — Shoes for The Entire Family '•We Give S & H Green Starapa" J. M. FLEMING Modern Beauty Salon Juvine Cunningham Jo Cook, Owners and and Operators Phone 2570 for Appointment SAINT JO Casa Loma Beauty Shop Gladys Brown, Owner and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1960

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. HORACE TEEL, Sponsor Published in THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE, — FRIDAY, NOV. 25, 1960 PAT HARRIS, Editor REPORTING STAFF Senior Class Junior Class, Girls' Sports Sophomore Class Freshman ClasB Eighth Grade Seventh Grade FHA FFA Band Betty Jo Hutson Judy Thweatt Lynnette Martin Karen Martin, John Huchtons Billy Carver Mike Martin Harriet Schmitt Eddie Grotte Myrna Maxwell BASKETBALL STARTS With football a thing of the past, the high school boys here at Pantherville have begun bas- ketball practice. The squad con- sists of thirteen members at present. BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETS MONDAY The local Board of Education met in regular session Monday night. November 14. with all members present. Mr. Austin V. Leahy, a Certi- fied Public Accountant from Gainesville and auditor for the Saint Jo Independent School "District, met with the Board and gave a summary of the audit report ending August 31, I960. Mr. J. R. Wimberly of Gaines- ville works with Mr. Leahy on the school ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 25 November 1960

• -*■* V. \ II The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, NOV. 25, I960 New Classified Rates, effective October 1, 1960 1 Insertion 4c per word 2 Insertions 7c per word 4 Insertions 10c per word Minimum - 50c Standing Classifieds per word 2c for each Insertion. Minimum on Standing Classifieds • 50c. Cash in advance on ALL classi- fied ads except for business firms or individuals who have regular accounts with Tribune. Cash is requested to save book- keeping and make these low rates possible. Display Classifieds (per column inch) • 70c. Card of Thanks • 75c. • For Sole SPECIAL: Permanents, regular $7.50 now $5.00. Phone 2338 for appointment at Casa Loma Beauty Shop. (44-tfc) GOVERNMENT SURPLUS SALES Now anvone can buy DIRECT from U. S. GOVERNMENT SURPLUS DEPOTS, by mail for yourself or for resale. Cameras, binoculars, cars, jeeps, trucks, boats, hardware, office machines and equip- ment. tents, tools and tens- of-thousands of other items at a fraction of their original cost. Many items b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 2 December 1960

Editor's Notes * * i Last week we wrote about the great project of a new hospital to be built in Muenster. We are happy to be able to say a few words this week about another great project here in Saint Jo. We are speaking of a clinic, which would contain enough space for perhaps two doctors and one dentist. Dr. N. L. Nubberly of Saint Paul's Hos- pital in Dallas, has already made a trip to Saint Jo to deter- mine the possibility of coming here to practice in the near future. He was quite impressed with our town, even as those who talked with him were impressed. He and his wife seem to like a small town, especially since they have two boys. He even said there was a possibility of another doctor and a dentist, both friends of his, coming here to practice. This seems very encouraging to us — but, we must have a place for them. None of us should expect a doctor to come to some makeshift office in any small town. To properly do the work which they have studied long years to learn, they m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 2 December 1960

The Saint Jo (Texas) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY. DEC. 2, 1960 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint Jo, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March 3, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke _ $2.00 Outside Area $2.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corpoation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylle Roberta County Agricultural Agent GRASSROOTS OPINION GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. LEADER: "An official of one of the two companies of the United States—and the world—which manufactures voting machines says that Josef Stalin considered buying some of the machinese at one time. But the deal fell through—probably because the old Russian strongman liked to do his own lever pulling." STERLING. ILL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 2 December 1960

U* News By Wynona L. Riddles tetttttncee Mr. and Mrs. Bob Freeman and children of Hurst, and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Clark and family of Bowie visited Mr. and Mrs. Sim Freeman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Magee and boys of Lawton, Okla., spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and A nickel a day is all you pay... to dry clothes better the ELECTRIC way I Why be satisfied with less modern methods when you can dry clothes the better electric way for an average cost of only five cents a day? Electrically-dried clothes smell sweeter, look better and last longer because electric heat is flameless and fume-free. It can't cause odors or discoloration. And only an electric dryer gives you true precision heat control— safe for even your daintiest fabrics. See your local appliance dealer soon for a flameless electric clothes dryer that will save you time, work and money better . . help you live electrically. 1 OTTO HOLLAND, District Manager Mrs. V. G. Greenwood and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Mann and Ski...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 2 December 1960

■> # . y- • Ifce Saint Jo (Texaa) TRIBUNE — FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1960 .. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Johnston were tbeir chil- dren, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Smith and their family of Euless, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Houchins and their family of Nocona, Miss Betty Johnston of Oklahoma City and Mark Johnston, who is attending Fort Worth Electronics College at Fort Worth. Holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson were Mr. and Mrs. Zora Moore and their daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McCarrell and their fam- il of Pampa. Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. J. W. Moore, who has been visiting the Thompsons, returned to Pampa with the Mc- Carrells. Bruce Stewart of Wichita Falls visited his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kent Bellah last weekend. Mrs. Gladys Brown and her son "Jiggy" spent Thanksgiving day in Wichita Falls with Mrs. Brown's daughter, Mrs. H. L. Abernathy and her family. Guests Friday of Mrs. Gladys Brown were her histers, Mrs. Joe Reeves and her children Joey and Polly ...

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