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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 9 August 1979

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 9 1979 Val Verde Misister To Be Ordained An Ordination Ceremony will be held August 12 1979 at 3:00 p.m. in the Val Verde Baptist Church Route 1 (Farm Road 22C8) Holland. Reverend Roger Rucker pastor of the Val Verde church is the candidate for ordination. David B. Cannon Director of Missions for the Bell-Williamson Baptist Area will officiate at the rites. Refreshments will be served at the close of the service and all members and friends of Val Verde Baptist Church arc cordially invited to attend. Senior Citizens Meet CLEARANCE SALE On AM Citation Air Conditioner Evaporative Coolers Wizard Uwn Mowers and Garden Titters In Stock. SAVE OVER $100.00 On Some Models WESTERN AUTO 527-3848 lartlett Texas The Sr. Citizens met on Thursday at Kuhlmann Civic Center In Holland. For their noon meal and fellowship. Many citizens also had their blood pressure taken. This is always done the first Thursday of each month free of charge. Mrs. Lllllc Focrstcr a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

Ttc Tribune t 'W Living Paen 2. Thursday. August 16. 1979 J Mil. Decker - Green Wed Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Decker of Bartlctt announce the marriage of their daughter Laura Sue to Douglas James Green son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Green of Waco on July 20th at 7:30 p.m. at the Mendowbrook Baptist Church in Waco. Chaplain Curtis Holland of Hillcrcst Hospital officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Leslie Ann Black of Waco was maid of honor. Bc3t man was Mike Hecck of Waco. Donny Green served his brother as usher. A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at the home of the bridegroom's parents. Hostesses were Debbie Tipton and Margaret Hlxson of Waco. The couple will reside in Waco. Candidate For Degree WTSU West Texas State University will hold its summer commencement ceremonies for ap- proximately 379 graduates August 18th beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Amarillo Civic Center Auditorium. WTSU summer school will end August 16 and c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

Texas Blubonnet Playboys Featured At Operaland Featured at the Texas Operaland tn Bartlctt last Saturday night were the Texas Bluebonnet Playboys a Country & Western group from Temple. Members of the band Include Jesse Stracener rhythm guitar and vocalist; R. V. Glenn lead guitar; Charlie Wigglnton rhythm guitar and vocalist; Jesse Stracener Jr. piano; Ilnrlls Jackson tenor banjo; and Monic Wigglnton fiddle. The band docs not play for money but members get together "just to play". Some members of the band have been playing together for 12 or 15 years. The group plays quite a bit In Temple-area nursing homes which they have been doing for about four years. Jesse Stracener Sr. hastily elected spokesman for the group said they have no desire to play for money. He feels they get pay enough "if we can make somebody happy." A former member of the Temple Police Department and the Bell County Sheriff's Department Stracener is retired as are four of the six band members. The younger Stra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 16 1979 7 'rib une -Progress Fwnso News WAS THAT V MR USPS 044800 Bartlett Tribune Holland Progress All opinion nd viewpoint In the Tribune Progress do not netessarlly represent the editorial oplnionsol this newspaper Publljhed weekly In Dartlett Texas 4ll by Taylor Newspapers. Inc Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Bartlett Texas 7651 1 STAFFMEMBERS Mrs Oorothy Jean Bartlett Temple Kallus Mrs Belly hoi Mrs Barbara Hill Ronnie Persiiy RamlroCortel Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates- 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties 5 per year elsewhere Any erroneous relleellon upon the character or reputation ol ni person. Ilrm or corporation which may appear In the columns ot the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brouahl to the attention ot the editor Postmaster II undellverable send Form M7? to Tribune Progress Bartlett Texasmil Circleville Philosopher (Editor's nolc: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnsongrass f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

r r - f '' ! i ii imammammmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmimmgmmmmammmmmmmmMmmammaKammmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmammmcmmammnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmfmamKmmmm The Tribune-Progress Football Practice Begins Hornets Start Football Drills By RONNIE I'EHSKY Twenty-five Holland Hornets turned out for the first day of football practice last Monday August 13 on Hornet field. Coach Gary Tyson is putting his team through vigorous two-a-day drills. Since he is new to Holland and practice is just starting he has not yet clearly assessed the individual skills of his charges. He is starting with n clean slate and 1 plans to assign positions based on present performance and potential rather than what positions each player has held in the past. Coach Tyson has already one possible problem for his team his front line. Graduation losses took away some of Holland's best linemen like Ilex Arnold Rex Karl Darrcll Wolf and Eddie Kohring. Another tough lineman from last year Mike Pfeistcr has moved out of the school dist...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 16 1979 &tHlQpWmnjw mumpmmm ftUft w flfw Hftii miQpmmnfltmvi'&pmiiifo m wJW1 wwii mfr0mt ftn vJfmrnMfna m&fw THE WHISTLE STOP LOUNGE OPEN 12-12; Saturday 12-1:00 TAYLOR STATION INN OPEN 24 HOURS 107 PORTER 352-6335 yall come to the 30th Annual Taylor Rodeo Looking at the day by day: Thursday Aug. 16 the rodeo parade makes its way through downtown Taylor starting at 4 p.m. Then the rodeo gets under way at 8 p.m. followed by dan- cing to the music of the Debonaires. Friday Aug. 17 it's the second night of rodeo again kicking off at 8 p.m. and followed by dancing. This time music is by the Innovations. scheduled festivities Saturday Aug. 18 the Barbecue Cook-Off is in full swing all day although entries are allowed to set up and start cooking at 6 p.m. the night before. Games and contests will be going on all day. Judging of the barbecue begins at 2 p.m. That night at 8 p.m. the final night of rodeo gets started. tf August 15 16 17 &a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

4t0 1lw-iif t Tribune-Progress Thursday August 16 1979 Page7 fW"ft 9nvfimm0tf WMWnwuHftiW U-WAG-M STORES 30th Annual Taylor Rodeo AUGUST 15 16 17 & 18 Condra funeral Jfcome Snc. Spirited Lively Stock Fwnlibtdlr LLOYD W00DLEY 01 Ql UmfoMt T f GRANGER: Dm Cootes . vf VM' fcS 1 Open 6 a.m. To 10 p.m. TAYLOR: ' ' 1400 N. MAIN Open Announcer ilrl tftntni ly TW TAYLOR RODEO ASSOCIATION I 6:30 a.m. To 10:30 p.m. Savings Tips on electric air conditioning 1. Set Thermostat on 78 or higher. 2. Have equipment checked seasonally by qualified serviceman. 3. Check filter every 30 days. Clean or replace. 4. Proper home insulation keeps heat out cuts energy use. 5. Weatherstrip doors and windows. Caulk cracks. 6. Keep windows closed. Open outside doors as little as possible. BAREBACK BRONC RIDING CALF ROPING BULL RIDING STEER DOGGING LADIES BARREL RACE KID CALF SCRAMBLE STEER ROPING CLOWNS & SPECIALTY ACTS STEER SADDLING CONTEST 0 TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying Investor-owned ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

r Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 16 1979 Impact Of Oil Hikes On Fiber Costs Indicates Advantage For Cotton In '80s RALEIGH - American cotton producers arc bearing a heavy share of the oil price burden but there may be a silver lining in that dark cloud. A recently completed analysis by Cotton In- corporated indicates that the impact of rising oil prices will be felt more severely by synthetic fiber producers OSCAR'S MOTOR CLINIC AND AUTO SUPPLY Your One-Stop Safety Check Muffler Tailpipes Headlights and Bulbs Windshield Wipor Blades and Arms Brake Shoos and Brake Parts. Vehicle Inspection Station No. 986 Bartlett's Independent Garage Since 1950 604 East Bell St. Bartlett 527-3831 TERRELL GRANITE WORKS Memorials For Those You Love MRS. CAROLE STARKE local Representative H.W. 'HAPPY' SMITH Owner 2914 South Gen. Bruco - Tomplo - 773-5889 giving cotton a price ad- vantage over Its competition. As a result say the economists "the 1980s will provide the best opportunity in years ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

1 i tT e f X-? !tfBftftftftftftftftftftftftftaftMC iMf r I miZT bj7 oiilftaWWBBBBBWBWBBHBWHWBWBBBBMWBBWWBftWfciJlJ Uf Classified Advertising Rate G cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribunt t'rogrew will not be responsible tor more than one in- i - - - - - - - r - r - correct insertion CITY BARBER SHOP HollainlTcxu8 Men Women & Childrens Haircuts Open Tuos. thru Fri. 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Open Saturdays 7:00 a.m.-12:00 noon John Mugiuui-Owncr IDUItlttMt IT II Mill GENE B. MEWHINNEY CO. Your Home Town Agent for Old Line Fire Auto & Casualty Ins. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527-3337 Bartlott DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists loth and Nortfi Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Selection of Frames Cloiod Thursday and Saturday Afternoons Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-5:00 Tuesday - open until noon Wednesday 8:30-noon-...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 16 August 1979

PHPPPiPIPPPilPililPiii Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 16 1979 Obituaries Zina Scott Mrs. Zina Scott 87 died Monday at Sweetbriar Nursing Home in Taylor Services were held at 1 p.m. Sunday at Goodnight Funeral Chapel in Bartlett with burial in the Bartlett Cemetery. Born in Fayette County Mrs. Scott lived in Dallas 40 years and was a long time Bartlett resident. She was a former employee of Progress Laundry on Live Oak in Dallas and was a member of St. James A.M.E. Church. Survivors include three duaghters Mrs. Ida Mun- ckclroy of Corpus Chrisli Mrs. Wilma Justice of Bartlett and Mrs. Doris Scott of Granger; three sons Samuel Scott of Kllleen William Scott of Bartlett and Curtis Scott of San Fran- Lorenzo Harris Funeral services for Lorenzo Harris 47 of Bar- tlett were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Goodnight Funeral Chapel in Bartlett with Rev. F. L. Hayden of- ficiating. Burial was in the Bartlett City Cemetery. Mr. Harris was born in Anglcton on April 4 1932. He attended...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 August 1979

wmmmmwmmmmm iJriVd wJ.mZ.li'7LZxZflim ' - ' r'4l Wwp- Y -' i Hi TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartktt & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday August 23 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 45 20 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS Bartlett Chamber Plans Events ; Changes Name By RONNIE PERSKY Members of the Bartlett Chamber of Commerce voted to change that organization's name and agreed to support an upcoming project of the Bartlett Jaycecs in a meeting Thursday August 16 at the Bartlett Dairy Queen. Members voted to include the word "area" so that the new title of the group will be Bartlett Area Chamber of Com- merce. The name change passed unanimously and was made in order to emphasize the desire of the Chamber to represent the residents of Schwcrtncr Davllla and the rural areas surrounding Bartlett as well as the townspeople of Bartlett. Dave Fielder President of the Bartlett Jaycecs appeared before the Chamber to request support for a mock Civil War battle to be sponsored by the Jay...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 August 1979

Living - Fagc2.Thursdav. August 23. 1979 f -- J ninniM m i liT Shower Fetes Miss Pa usewang Miss Pattl Pnuscwnna of Holland brldc-clcct of Brian Andrews of Temple was honored with a mlscellanous shower Sunday in the school cafctoruim. Her chosen colors of peach and ivory were carried out In the decorations. Hostesses were Mrs. Doris Kosik Helen Woelkc Judy Gcrsbach Suzctte Arnold Lora Jansing Haiti Lange Virginia Benner and Mrs. Becky Pauscwang. Special guests were Mrs. A. J. Pauscwang mother of iho bride-elect Mrs. Judy Gcrsbach and Becky Pauscwang sisters of the bride-elect Mrs. Horace Andrews and Mrs. Joan Wright mother and sister of the bridegroom elect. The couple will be married Sept. 7 at St. Johns Lutheran Church in Bartlctt. Birth Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daughcrty Jr. of Academy announce the arrival of a baby boy on August 13. He weighed 9 pounds 7 ounces and has been named Dustin William. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry William Daughcrty Sr. of Sparks and Mrs. and Mrs. Lloy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 August 1979

f FIVE GENERATIONS of one family ore pictured together recently In Bnrtlctt. They arc left to right Mrs. Annie Llndcmann of Bartlett Mrs. Alma Hicks of Holland Mesd. Dolly Friedrich of Georgetown and Lynn Roy Frlcdrich and Mcmorle Jo Friedrlch of Bartlett. Bartlett Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Douglas visited in Bclton Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglas and Jcffri. They celebrated Jcffrl's birthday anniversary. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stcglich and Jill were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rucmkc and son of Ore City Miss Marlsc Stcglich and Mr. and Mrs. Recipe Corner J mzH&m fr'i' : V fc. V . 1 o ? V ?9i i Mrs. Eckermann Favors Chocolate Cake This weeks favorite recipe hckcrmann. CHOCOLATE CAKE Bring to boil In sauce pan: Vh squares unsweetened chocolate 1 stick margarine 1 cup water Pour over: 2 cups sugar 2 cups flour Add: 1 teaspoon baking soda dissolved In- A cup buttermilk Beat In: 2 eggs Pour in 18" x 12" x 1 cookie sheet. Bake 20 minutes at 400 degree F. oven. TOPPING ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 August 1979

rvY!;;vv; . VV ! V H V v v y vu iTV1 f yvv "W-w V mo Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 23 1979 Tribune -Progress USPS 04400 BartMl Trlbun lounded In 1884 Holland Progrej lounded In 1891 All opinions and viewpoint In 1h Trlbun ProgreM do not necearlly represent h editorial opinion! ot tnli newtpaper Published weekly In Oartlett Texa 73tl by Taylor Newspapers Inc. Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Bartlett Texas 7451 1 STAFFMEMDERS Mrs Dorotny Jean Bartlett Temple Kallus Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Barbara Hill Ronnie Persky RamlroCortel Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates 14 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties) 15 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation ol any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns ot the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster II undellverable send Form 35W to Tribune Progress Bartlett Texas7451l Circleville Philosopher (Editor's not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 August 1979

The Tribune-Progress Bulldogs-Eagles Hornetes-Trojans to scrimmage Friday Night BUKEr - m k " ." "m )E C1-- V Thursday. August 23 1979 Page 5 GOLDEN GLOVE AND MVP WINNERS- Mark Kropp left playing 3rd base for the Warriors was awarded the Golden Glove award. James Davis was awarded the MVP award. He pitches for the Good 01c Boys. Warriors Come In 2nd Bartlett Strangers Win First Place A lot of fun was had by all the local teams as they competed against each other In the Laker's 1st Softball Tournament held this past weekend. The Strangers won first place followed by the Warriors and then the Good Ole Boy3. Bartlett Strangers game results are as follows: Strangers Dudes Forfeited to Strangers Strangers 5 Warriors 1 Strangers 12 Warriors 3 Strangers 4 Warriors 11 Strangers 5 Warriors 3 Warriors game results throughout the day; Warriors 11 Hangers C 1ST PLACE WINNERS The Bartlett Strangers pictured left to right front row: Ramiro Cortcz Ernest Hardy Mrs. Harold Luna Houston Scott Thomas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 August 1979

fT i Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday August 23 1979 c-wvvs v r y s t vvy v v - w v v r v v w v v-v v y v A I ' r K'Way Kare News By BETTY HILL Guests of Joe Pavalot were: Mrs. Cyril Pavalot Hose Lcc Pavalot of Granger Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pavalot of Holland and Dcnise Pa valot of Temple. Recent guests of Mrs. Kcrlcy were Sidney and Lois Browning of Bartlctt and Rev. Tony Hargrove of Bartlctt. Mrs. Daniel had as her guest Harvey Lee Daniels of Holland. LaVcrnc Crouland of Temple was a guest of Mary Hinzc. Holland GA's Hold Workday Wednesday Tilly Hanusch of Academy visited Minnie Mclcher Guests of Eva Hill were Dcanc Wallace of Temple and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill of Holland. Ernest Sturm of Bartlctt was guest of MinnlcSturm. Darlcne Wcatherford was a guest of Mrs. Bartz. Woodrow and Helen La than were guest of Minnie Lathan. K'Way Kare residents had a party for the ones having birthdays in August honorccs were: Ila Kcrlcy Alma Grimm Joe Pavalot Oscar Mcsscr and Maria Hinzc. Special gue...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 August 1979

lVltllVli1.llT;XTTlHlWTlllXTXll Tribune-Progress Thursday August 23 1979 Page 7 urch Calendari gilmore- Ch (Continued from page 1) aiaHhaBB - I aw ' rr-r a MLr ' -r ." V Z2aaaaaLLaLaaMMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa7 j B-i'i.iHf.' 'll Hkh lata i I J aJ I KM''mi- v 1 Bitot 1 flKtW"!1? SIBI 1 I I I 1 i BF''Vm "1A" ik iV."i II 1 KJ.F .. T f Classified Advertising Rate Gccnts per word 1 .20 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. m The iTiixinc rrogrcss viii noi oe . . ! lUIIWllUBCIMUII CITY BARBER SHOP IIollnnlTexas Men Women & Childrens Haircuts Open Tues. ihru Fri. 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Open Saturdays 7:00 a.m.-12:00 noon John Mugnan-Owner (T UICI1INC Wjl iiu &7hriii GENE B. MEWHINNEY CO. Your Home Town Agent for Old Line Fire Auto & Casualty Ins. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527-3337 Barllolt DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists - 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2061 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Solocfion oi Framos Closed Thunda...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 23 August 1979

TTf' Pago B Tribune-Progress Thursday August 23 1979 '"Trtrzrv? Y-vr- wsbf3WW 9 P Hearing Set Friday For Redistricting Plan A hearing on the proposed redistricting of county commissioner's precincts in Williamson County will be held this Friday August 24 at 3:00 p.m. at the County Courthouse in Georgetown ac- cording to Precinct 3 Commissioner Raymond Ulster of Granger. The redistricting proposal Is a result of a suit filed by Eliah and Clyde Biggs of Cedar Park who claim that the com- missioners' precincts which were redrawn in 1974 are not balanced In terms of population. The suit was filed on February 15 1978 in Judge Jack Roberts' federal district court in Austin. After the public hearing on Friday the commissioners will meet to vote on the plan Monday August 27. Should they approve it which seems likely it must be approved by Roberts and by the U.S. Department of Justice before going into effect January 1 1980. Rlstcr thinks the proposal is a good one. "I see no problem with th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 30 August 1979

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday August 30 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 46 22 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-1124 FIFTEEN CENTS '. - Tsr " v ': Groundbreaking Held For Schwertner Bank Building HOLLAND CHEERLEADERS Five pretty girls will lead cheers for the Holland Hornets this year. They are front Laura Karl; standing Susie Mallna Tina Woolcy LouMcwhlnncy; top Kim Tabor. By JIMMY HOWELL Groundbreaking ceremonies for a modern new bank building for Schwertner State Bank were held Monday afternoon August 27 at 4:30 p.m. at the corner of Second and Main In Schwertner with bank president W. J. Schwertner using a gold plated shovel to turn the ceremonial first shovel of dirt. The new 2800 square foot building which is being built cast of and across the street from the present bank building will be a Texas traditional frame structure "which is indicative of 19th century German architecture" according to Elizabeth Phillips one of the bank's directors. Ji...

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