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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 8 November 1979

' I Page 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 8 1979 I' -v. BHBIH u HHHMIII Mrs. Skinner Hosts Baptist Amigas Class Amigas Class of the First Baptist Church of Bartlett held their November meeting in the home of Mrs. J. P. Skinner Thursday afternoon. Co-hostesses were Mrs Louis Hempel Mrs. Charlie Dillard and Mrs. Grovcr Ponder. Mrs J. Lamar Butler president called the meeting to order with a welcome to each one present and presided at the meeting. Mrs. Ernest Whitfield gave the opening prayer for the meeting. The devotional was presented by Mrs. J. A. Powitzky using for her thoughts "Thankful for Simple Things." The devotional prayer was given by Mrs. Horace Keith. Mrs. Louis Hcmple read the minutes of the October meeting and presented the treasurers report. Mrs. Butler named her committees for the Christ- mas party to be held on December 6th In the Educational building beginning nt C p.m. Miss Pearl Joiner was in charge of the program which was enjoyed to those present. Refreshme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

rf Poralcy Ronnie 6-80 X )0 Batftlett TX 76511 :M "r .. v. TRIBUNE PROGRESS u . Serving Bartlett & Holland 11 VOLUME 93 NUMBER 5 22 Pages In 2 Sections Barllctt Texas 76511 Thursday November 15 1979 817-527-4424 FIFTEEN CENTS Discusses Law. Enforcement Holland City Council Meets By RONNIE I'EUSKY Concerns over law enforcement were expressed In a lengthy session of the Holland City Council last Tuesday NOVEMBER 13nt the Holland City Hall. The Council also approved Increases In certain service charges charged by Lone Star Gas Company to its Holland customers but eliminated entirely one of the service fees. Hell County Constable Barbee and Justice of the Peace Frank Wood both of Holland were invited to the meeting to discuss law enforcement problems in the city. Councilman Wayne Goodnight said the Council has received many complaints about law enforcement and that the Holland School Board met with the Council in a special meeting last October 23 to find out what the city planned to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

The Tribune-Progress Living Page 2Thursday November 15 1979 Bible Study At Home Of The Bible Study of St John Lutheran Church met at the home of Mrs Clarence Hose. The Bible Study was presented by Mrs. Rose entitled Stewards of God's Gifts. (There Is Plenty For All). The following ladies at- tended the Study: Martha Williams Shirely Bcrtrand Mary Eckcrman Betty Hill Irene Wuthrich Ida Sturm Olga Berg Estell Goodnight and the host Evelyn Rose. The Bible Study closed with Mrs. Freeman Birthday Honoree Mrs. Joel (Starr) Freeman was honored on her birthday anniversary with a buffet supper Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cummings in Bartlett. The white embossed bir- thday cake trimmed in blue decorated the serving table. Those attending were Mrs. Fran Skirvin and Doyle Zigalo of Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Mark Llndemann of KNOW THE TRUTH "Ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free. ' ' (John 8:32) FOLLOW THE PATTERN By Homer Piilnnni Reeves Minister Along with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

mf rt w ---. i ..-- i.i i i i ...-I .... .. ... i . ' . ' A )EEMHornets Lose To Jarrelllfj Sports Turnovers Spoil Comeback ; Hornets Lose 7f r.aW- r fj ilililK t a E ajilililiiH Is I ? & KEEPING UP THE SPIRIT Even though the Holland Hornets arc behind in the game with Jarrcll senior cheerleader Lou Mcwhlnney maintains her enthusiasm as she cheers on the Holland football team. Y n K Hl HyllONNIEPEIlSKY Turnovers spoiled a Holland comeback effort as the Hornets went down In defeat in the last game of the season to the Jarrcll Cougars 24-14 at Hornet Field last Friday evening. Down 1G-0 with only four minutes and forty-one seconds to go in the second half the Hornets came back to score late in the second quarter and again in the third period to come within 2 points of Jarrcll. But then Jarrcll's Thcron Proctor picked up a loose football after a blocked Holland punt and dashed 33 yards to Ice the game for the Cougars with 9:44 to go In the fourth period. In all Holland gave up the b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 15 1979 Trib une -Progress The Consumer Alert USPSOMtOO I Dtrtlttt Tribune founded In 1IM Holland Progrtit founded In )SM i by Mark White Attorney General mk .! jtt All opinions and viewpoints In the Tribune progress do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions ol this newspaper Published weekly In Bartlett Texas 7511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc.. Taylor Texas. Second class postage paid at Bartlett. Texas 7451 1 STAFFMEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Temple Kallus Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Barbara Hill Ronnie Persky RamlroCortei Jimmy Howell Subscription Rales U 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties) 55 per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation ol any prtwt tlrm or corporation which may appear In the columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster II undellverable. send Form 157 to Tribune Progress Bartlett Texas7SU. Circleville ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

rawf'f"' ft- -'r Cary Dawson Named Player Of The Week """"""" j l ravei i o Florence jrnaay nignu Thursday November 15 1970 Pages! Cary Dawson a 170 pound junior defensive tackle for Coach Russell Roberts' Bartlett Bulldogs was named "Centex Defensive Player of the Week" by the Austin American-Statesman for the outstanding per- formance he turned In during Bartlctt's 33-0 shutout victory over Thorndale last Friday night. The Austin newspaper selects a defensive player each week from the Central Texas area high schools and Cary was awarded the honor this week for the 15 tackles he accumulated against Thorndale plus his over-all defensive hustle and ability. Cary has been one of the leaders of Coach Jerry Smallcys' and Coach Franklin Jones' defensive team that has only allowed 15 points in six district games and has shut out four of Bartlctt's six opponents. Cary the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dawson has made 95 tackles so far this season. Sports Play-off Berth Assured Bulldogs Seek Di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

i" Pago 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 15 1979 Friday Night Was Parents Night The Bartlett Bulldogs cheerleaders and majorettes honored their parents with Parents Night prior to the Bartlett-Thorndale football game last Friday night. Pictured below are some of the players and their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith Charles and Anthony Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Fischer Gary and Cheerleader Mascot Gina KiimTdf 4 'KB A L r-QSKSBSSmt- r im i ' " 'yiiiBIB - jWIBi ' w yijBtf irfiTaii f irTH 1 WKr I Wnw r "fiftiM iBlfffflrpBEJWM tIM I I "" Shir iBBTlEBMKmygnjfflMEB Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Williams B. BHrafEfrafimnnHI Craig and Leslie hI I BKraHil BBBBBBBVBBBBBBr ''BBBK3r:i iE4BBBHi)iXBk"l7iaBBB Bv6il&Ji3BBBBBBBBHBBHBBBBBVjKHT mBBBBI IBKSbIBBBFBBKBBBMBBVwkBSHSXBSBBBBBBHBBBBHBBBBI 1 "fluH i BPHB Mr. and Mrs. Margarito Perez Mr. and Mrs. Nick Ovcrby and Tish MBEt V.-SHBiSHy;'"fflBH andRey WrilHHHHHrvSH For Proof IBHiHHBBHHHH KlIISv mjBB TpiJE.tfii That You Paid. 1 iVlHHKfflnHII KIPS-JHHqIH ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday November 15 1979 Page 7 Bailey Rodriguez Lead Hornets Holland JH Takes District Title With 40-6 Win! By RONNIE PERSKY A varied offense and a scrounging defense gave the Holland Junior High Hornets the district title last Thur- sday November 8 as they rolled over Jarrcll Junior High 40-G. Holland finishes the season with a G-0-1 record and a 4-0-1 district record. The Jarrcll Cougars keyed on Holland's top offensive performer tailback Andrew Bailey limiting him to 15 yards rushing the first half. Dut fullback Carl Hudspeth and quarterback Darren Stroud moved in to take up the slack rushing for CO and 37 yards respectively in the first half of the game. Bailey totaled 99 yards for the game plus 12 points while Albert Rodriguez who played another tough defensive contest scored two touchdowns on hcads-up defensive plays. Hudspeth finished with 73 yards total and 8 points while Stroud ran for 48 yards and passed to end Kenneth Smith for two points Alfred Bugger ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 15 1979 KBHflHH 'HHHD HH K (HHEi s Jh your ND Holland Visitors Wf HEALTH I ByBETTYIIILL 1 Wituj&tm SOU. CONSKKVATION AWAIU) WINNEHS Winners at the Little lllver San Gabriel Soil & Water Conservation District's ninth annual awards supper were left to right: Mrs Gertrude Kvcton of Granger; James Miles of Taylor Bonnie Gnwer of Florence Hartwin Holmstrom of Georgetown; Buck Pope of Granger; and Foy Haydon of Florence. The awards supper was held at the Bartlctt Town Hall November 8 with Gilbert Krctzschmar of Bartlctt as master of ceremonies Bartlett Visitors Mr and Mrs Leslie Frledrich and Mr and Mrs B. II. Muchlhausc and Mrs Edward Kunz of Bartlctt and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Frledrich of Holland at- tended funeral services for Mrs. Benny Mueller at Wesley Texas Tuesday Burial was in the Brenham City Cemetery Dr Ellis Itamscy and boys of Mcsquitc visited in Bar- tlctt during the weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Logan Ramsey. Re...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

i i i i i i -: .TEirfr.fr. fegfcJitfb.1 KB " i fflinni B Villi I V''"i ncH i PKv '" 'ilr-ST Hlrrv" ?'ir WuUHHMI Classified AdvertisingRate 6 cents per word. 1.20 minimum charge per nd. All Classified Advertising cash in advance. The Tribune Progress Mill not be responsible (or more than one In- correct Insertion ROAD GIIAVEL AND GOOD YARD DIRT. Contact Wayne Goodnight Holland 657-2235. You Call Wo Haul. tfc. KNETEN PHOTO ARTS 417 N. Main Taylor Texas. Weddings Portraits Commercial Photography. 512352-5882 (Bartlctl Number 527-4235. Garland Knctcn. 19-tfc. 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-:-2:00-G:30 Closed all day Saturday Phone 527-3737 Bartlctt Texas Off. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists 10th and North Main Toylor-352-2061 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big Soloctton of From Clottd Thurtday and Saturday Aftomooru SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE nitrtniJJB ACINI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 15 November 1979

Page 1Q Tribune-Progress Thursday November 15 1979 Obituaries Attend R. A. Ben Ivey Conclave Services for Ben F. Ivey of Little River were held on Tuesday at the Hcnrt field Funeral Chapel With the Rev. Alvin Reese Sutton of- ficiating. Burial was in the Post Oak Cemetery near- Holland. Mr. Ivey died Saturday night at his home after a long illness. He was born in Gonzales County and lived in Bell County most of his life. Mr. Ivey Was a miller at the Summers Mill near Bclton for 22 years and was a rancher for 15 years before his retirement in 1974. Survivors include his widow Mrs. Oma Lee Karl Ivey of Little River; five daughters Mrs. Ruth Heath of Posen 111. Mrs. Bcnnlc Ocllrich and Mrs. Margie Bacon both of Temple Mrs. Janice Waters of Junction City Kan. and Mrs. Donncl Bales of Little River; two sons Charles Ivey of Baltimore Md. and Glenn W. Ivey of Little River; 19 grandchildren; and 2 great- grandchildren. Garden Club Meets Members of the Cornelia Wilson Garden Club met Tuesday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

( p''-.. 6.80 x TRIBUNE '- PROGRESS - i Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 76511 Thursday November 22 1979 VOLUME 93 NUMBER G 52 Pages In 4 Sections 817-527-1424 FIFTEEN.CENTS Undefeated In District Play Bartlett Bulldogs 1979 i District 28-A Champs MVAVMVAwBWBVaBVBVBVBW&vBwl - - m AvBbBhbw l. wBVBvMVAVMv " BBkBBBBBHBRh' jRtBrrL " Hk. BBBBK' H Wf I -)c A WEI.!. DESERVE!) HIDE Bartlctt Bulldog Head Football Coach Russell Roberts is pictured being carried off the field by five of his senior Bulldog players after Bartlctt defeated Florence 30-15 last Friday night to go through District 28-A play undefeated with n 7-0 record. Leading Coach Roberts off the field left to right arc seniors Gary Fischer Brent Datigherty Jeff While Gary Mitchum and Rcy Perez. Study Club Meets In Hollland The Holland Women's Study Club held their November meeting at the Xhomc of Mrs. Sharron Miles Mrs. Dean Brlsbin was co- hostess ? The meeting was called to order by the Pres. Mrs. Sue Mewhinne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

Recipe Corner Living f- .- " i..--.i..-.i..-i .. m "-Tf 2S Om News From Will O' Bell By Mrs. Patricia Williams- BY VIRGINIA TRUAX CLEAN SWEEP Most stains on counter tops can bo removed by making a paste of baking soda and water and working it in. For stubborn stains rub with a cloth dipped in bleach. AUTUMN ENTREE - Acorn squash baked with a filling of canned peach slices onion and ground sausage is a hearty one-dish meal for a brisk autumn evening. Garnish with sliced peaches. TOE TAPPEIl - Children have tho frustrating habit of scuffing tho tips of their shoes which is hard on tho pockctbook. Next time you shine 'cm apply several thin layers of shellac over the tips to protect them. HANGING LOOSE Busy with macrame projects maybe for Christmas? Use a coat hanger to suspend tho macrame so it can bo hung out of tho way when you'ro not working on it. BRIGHT ADDITION - Don't lose a holiday pic- ture because the flash bulb won't fire. Hub the metallic end of the flash bulb on an emery b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

l.-"! ( ----. ; 1 1 Basketball Season Is Here! Sports Hornettes Prepare For Basketball Title Race - GIItIS BASKETBAU PRACTICK The Holland Horncttcs opened their 1979-80 basketball campaign last Tuesday. Here the girls arc shown In practice Monday afternoon. In the top photo senior Sheila Perkins left leaps to make a shot while sophomore Sandra Shelley looks on. Junior Tina Woolcy goes for the basket In the ( middle photo with Sandy Kohring pictured on the right. Members of the boys team who will not open the season until next week watch girls' practice in the bottom photo. .Left to right are David Walker Kirk Goodnight and Charlie Bcnnight. Rabel And Goodnight Named Outstanding Against Jarrell Senior Kirk Goodnight and junior John Rabel were named outstanding players after the Jnrrcll-Hollnnd game which was played last November 2 at Hornet Field. Habcl had a total of 129 yards offensively for the Hornets which Included n -in DON'S BARBECUE 117 Wost Travis (Downtown Holland) Barbocuo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 22 1979 f Tribune-Progress USPS 04400 Btrtlett Tribune founded In 14. Holland Progrett founded In 1 191 All opinions and viewpoint In the Tribune Progrett do not neceturlly repretent the editorial opinion! of thlt newtpaper Publlthed weeKly In Bartlett Texat 74511 by Taylor Newtoapert Inc.. Taylor Tex at. v SecondclanpottagepaldatDartlettTexat76311. STAFF MEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Temple Kallut Mrt Betty Hill Mrt Barbara Hill Ronnie Pertky RamlroCortel .Jimmy Howell Subterlpllon Ratet 4 50 per year In Bell Milam and Wllllamton Countlcti S3 per yeareltewhere Any erroneout reflection upon the character or reputation of any perton firm or corporation which may appear In the columnt ol the Tribune Progrett will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Pottmatter II undellverable tend Form !57 to Tribune Progrett Bartlett Texat 7511 Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

Jvt!iiQ-1FtttVimretsifs. The Tribune-Pro gress Bulldogs Clash With Flatonia 1! g-i For Bi'District Game! I lfcW "Wb" CT Thursday November 22 1979 Page 51 k3LHJI lb mill rfmmmmBmYmm HBr '"-i -j.'riiH lq&u&&' . wmmmwMMJmmmmm BARTLETT QB Rob Ford pictured speaking at last Friday's pep rally ran for a 4-yard touchdown against Florence and completed 3 of 4 passes for 6G yards against the Buffaloes. Rob has now quartcrbacked the Bartlctt Bulldogs to back-to-back District 28-A titles in 1978 and 1979. '' iBw mVCmV MHH 'M tlKX THmmMm!''' 379B iHi tmUvmJiPjKmmmWM DII.I.AIU) HOES IT Bartlctt Bulldog junior tight end Ronnie Dlllard (B't) probably made history for Bartlctt High School football Friday night in Florence when he was on the receiving end of a 43 yard extra points conversion pass from Bartlctt QB Rob Ford. Ford was lined up (o kick the extra point following n Bulldog touchdown when a snap from center was hard to handle and Ford faded back ' to pass and found Dlllard all ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 22 1979 P 'i ii M I ii Bartlett Bullpups 1979 Junior High Champs What may be one of the most talented group of DartleU Junior High Bullpups ever to play football climaxed their 1979 season with a resounding 70-6 thrashing of the Florence Junior High Buffaloes Inst Thursday night on Bulldog Field a win that saw the Bullpups end their season with a perfect 8-0 record and the 1979 District 28-A Junior High Championship trophy. In somewhat of an irony Coach Franklin Jones Bullpups had six different players In double figures in rushing and also lias six different players score touchdowns. Bartlett held a 34-0 half- time lead thanks mostly to the rushing of Andrew Cortez who carried the pigskin four times In the first half and gained 101 yards rushing and scored two touchdowns on runs of 30 and 41 yards. Andrew also returned a klckoff 71 yards for a touchdown with no time left on the clock in the third quarter Others scoring touchdowns for Bartlet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

i t nw'i '?ww' vifnf hhi WH Tribune-Progress Thursday November 22 1979 Page 7 lV'B"alKIRBHBBaHMinHBHHMMrJHHMMMIHHinMHHMHHH I ft 4 y The 1979 Fighting Barf left Bulldogs vs. FLATONIA BULLDOGS BI-DISTRICT GAME FRIDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 23RD MEMORIAL FIELD 7:30 P.M. Taylor Texas GO FIGHT WIN DEFEAT FLATONIA!!!! I I I 1 I 1 I I I I I 1 I 1 I . Scores Of Each Game Bartlott 6 Hutto 8 . 20 Thrall 17 . 21 Manor 7 27 Rogers 8 21 Liborty Hill 0 27 TROY 0 40 GRANGER 0 26 ACADEMY 7 33 Thorndalo 0 30 Floronco 15 I I 1 ttf'AttT-TTtTttttf.-.i'.'.'.-.'L'.'.'.'.'.v.iv.'.m: I I I 1 1979 Bartlett Bulldog Roster NAME Rob Ford LeilleWllllami Oary Flicher Ronald Olovtr JohnRkhty Rey Pirti Brent Daugherty Brian Hlcki OaryMltchum Jell White Benny Rodrlguei Anthony Smith Bart Bunker Oreg Concha Dale Dawlon CaryDawton Tony Concha Duant Mummty Robert Mathli Mark While Craig Wllllami Ronnlt Dlllard DennliThomai CharltiSmlth Reggie Cobb OannyThomai J. K. Wllllami Paul Concha Manuel Cortti Jeue Rodrlguei PaulOoniale...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday November 22 1979 Church Calendar I if w ' Ii a j s 1P:! . -VkHUULlb. -V CTlSSTS tfw" -" " -. U '.II HW U" MS wsm ' Jffl' UN p.. fa "2'H T.2 MiOi"' ..aUfL.'7rW lift lilli b JiSaB SO W' IT'S POSSIBLE! Robert Schuller Land of the free- L' A When people's thoughts rturn to freedom and inde- rpcndcncc nn article I once rread about a Russian defec- ator always comes to mind. He was young nanusome enthusiastic newly arrived iln America. However he . had not entered our land the jway most people do inrougn customs mis young sailor Jumped ship and swam miles through u storm-whipped icy sen. "Weren't you afraid of dying?" the interviewer asked. "I was willing to risk death to be free" the young man answered. "Was It worth it?" the reporter pressed. "Yes a thousand times over. I found what I was looking for in America." Though the man's eyes may have discovered later that America is not without shortcomings to the hope and potential of America. The blessings Go...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 22 November 1979

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