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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

Page Eight 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY Chaplain Robert Wilson has or­ ganized a choir which will sing each Sunday at the 162nd Street Chapel. Practices are being held each Tuesday and Thursday after­ noon at 4 p. m. All members of the 2nd AAA Bn are# cordially urg­ ed to attend the practice sessions and blend their voices with those of the choir. Directing the choir is Pvt. Edward Hughes of the bat­ tery. Returning from the administra­ tive clerk course at the NCO Acad­ emy last week was PFC Arthur Barnes. Private Barnes maintain­ ed the highest average in his class throughout the entire eight weeks of the course. He received $15 and a three day pass. A BTRY Privates Roy Swartzell Ja Giles John Drew. Robert Wolter William Adams. William Flarinery William Ange 1 Pablo Montoya Mack Connell. John Hudgens Geor­ ge Wiget Billy Lambert Calvin Lasson and George Donner joined the company this past week. Lt. Donald Bartlett has been as­ signed to A Btry as the new bat­ tery commander relieving Lt....

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 18 1954 LEGALS legal Directory A-1 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1861 ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONALS 8-9 BABY SITTING: YOUNG MOTHER WILL care for your children in her home days or evenings. Phone 7831. Killeen. RENTALS APARTMENTS. FURNISHED C-l MARLBORO HEIGHTS DEVELOPERS INC 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 62.50 Stove & Refrigerator 72.50 Completely Furnished Each Apartment has Attic Fan and Wall Furnace TWO BEDROOM 67.50 Unfurnished 72.50 Stove & Refrigerator 87.50 Completely Furnished School Under Construction AN F.H.A. GOVT. APPROVED COLORED DEVELOPMENT Open 7 Days Weekly See or Call Rental Office Phone 4175 Hwy. 190 Killeen RENTALS ROOMS C-5 FOR RENT: HIL-VUE MOTEL TEMPLE. Located south of S&S Club modern cabins kitchentte. reasonable rates. Phone 3-4221. WE WANT YOU HERE CASTLE HEIGHTS APARTMENTS APPROVED PRICES Furnished and Unfurnished Yard Maintenance G.E. Range and refrigerator Guest House Shower and tu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 18 February 1954

Page Ten Wide Selections Nationally advertised Storkline Fold-MW Use as a Hi Chair Play Tab\e comply®.y ollaps'We BUHK BEOS complete with 1 springs and 2 ma^resses ra „d ladJ" $109 $11.00 o*wn SIMMONS Studio Couch As Shown Makes a Ml comfortable bed S-~'599 $10.00 Down Modern Magazine Rack S35Q Beautifully wrougM iron. Keeps and newspaper* neat and han^Y Electric lroner $89'5 Take"9 thead"j^ versal. EASIEST TERMS IN TOW Kroehler Sofabed and Chair Ensemble Truly a wonder-working combination at this exciting little price. Tailored sofa opens into a full-size bed to accommodate overnight guests. Matching chair rounds out the room. EASY TERMS J«'9ned 159'5 $14.00 Down yyrfz Seethe New Confetti Pattern Nationally Known KROEHLER Specially Priced 2-Piece Living Room Suite Handsome "biscuit-tufted" modern living room set covered in a $tylish textured decorator cover. Features full spring construction. 5 Pc. Dinette Suite Genuine Formica table tops. Extra thick seat and back cushions. ON HIG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

O VOL. 2 No. 8 February Visit It Of Blood Bank Nets 200 Pints Two hundred and one pints of whole blood were taken at Fort Hood today by nurses of the Cen­ tral Texas Regional Blood Center during the monthly visit of the Bloodmobile to this installation. The donations in this February blood drive were made by men of the 1st Armored Dviision Fort Hood Gray Air Force Base and Killeen Army Base. The drive was coordinated by personnel of the 1st Armored Di­ vision Surgeon's Office. The blood was taken to Waco for storage in the Regional Blood Bank where it will help meet future needs hospitals in this area. Last month men of the 1st Ar­ mored Division established a one- day contribution record here for the second consecutive month when a total of 448 pints of blood were taken during the regular visit of the Bloodmobile to Fort Hood. All men were given physical ex­ aminations by Army doctors prior to giving blood. They were served refreshments by the Fort Hood Volunteer Ladies Group after...

Publication Title: Armored Sentinel
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Page Two FORT HOOD Feb. 13 "Tar­ get." '.'Repeat range fire for effect." To an artilleryman that means the enemy's range has been found and he's in for a shellacking. When a forward observer barks those words into his mouthpiece §®lti PFC William Smelser having completed a clerk-typist course at the noncommissioned officers cour­ seat the NCJO Academy has been transferred to company supply. SFC George Bliss and SFC Sam­ uel Freiley have been assigned to the message center section. Ser geant Bliss was cadre in the 1st Armd Div when it was first activat­ ed under General Chaffee at Fort Knox. Lt. Glen Berry who has been with the construction section few the past four months has transfer­ red to the Signal School at Fort Monmouth. Motor officer Mr. Eugene Hof- fer and Motor sergeant M-Sgt. Raymond Ireland have a pleasant attitude following the satisfactory ordnance inspection. Pvt. Leroy Gadzinski was drop­ ped from overseas orders and ad­ mitted to the hospital because of yellow jaund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 25 1954 9 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS ml MESSES Thursday February 25 No. 1—"Beachhead" Tony Curtii Frank Lovejoy Mary Murphy No. 3—"Paris Playboys" Leo Gorcey Bowery Boys No. 4—"Gunfighters" Randolph Scott Barbara Britton 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Who Dunnit? ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Ping-Pong Dance Classes BRIGADE CLUB—Pool Ping-Pong NORTH FORT HOOD CLUB—Pool Tourney Friday February 26 No. 1—"Beachhead" Tony Curtis Frank Lovejoy Mary Murphy No. 3—"The Naked Jungle" Charlton Heston Eleanor Parker No. 4—"Highway Dragnet" Richard Conte Jo*n Bennett Wanda Hendrix 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Bingo ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Pioneer Party BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Dance NORTH FORT HOOD CLUB—Puzzle Contest Saturday February 27 No. 1—"Paris Playboys" Leo Gorcey Bowery Boys No. 3—"Gunfighters" Randolph Scott Barbara Britton No. 4—"Drums of Tahita" Dennis O'Keefe Patricia Medina 162nd STREET SERVICE CLUB—Dance CADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Hit Parade RIGADE AVENUE CLUB—Truth or Consequences NORTH FORT HOOD CLUB—B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Page Four WILLIAM S. KB an 42nd Street 122 —-^Ar cmofM Published In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel at Fort Hood. Texas •very Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple. Texas. Policies and stalemt'ni reflected In the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of tne Department of thp Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by tne Pepartment of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office* Armored Sentinel* Fort Hood telephone '3200. This publication receives Armed.*orses ^erelce material and oayers are authorized to reprint non-copyriihted prrmlss-on from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Offlce. Previously unless a man speci­ fically had requested to be re­ turned to Korea he was not sent to the combat zone if he had serv­ ed there more tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

-v.'.v I Thursday Feb. 25 1954 AA nnouncing To Be Given Away FREE To 500 Who Visit Our New Store And Buy $1.00 or More Merchandise Regular $2.35 AWOL BAG OR One Pair $1.95 Ladies Hose 66 Gauge 12 Denier. SPECIAL: All $8 95 and $9.95 DRESS SLACKS For JUST RECEIVED 1440 PAIR BOOT SOX SPECIAL 6 Pair $199 WHITE SATIN STRIPE HANDKERCHIEFS Regular 25c Each FOR Reg. 75c Pair or 6 Pair $4.50 wmm 400 THE ARMORED SENTINEL IN OUR NEW LOCATION AT 400 GRAY ST GRAND OPENING SALE STARTS Saturday Feb. 27...Lasts THROUGH MARCH 6th WHITE DRESS SHIRTS and Jayson Dacron and Nylon SP0RT SHIRTS Regular $3.95 to $5=95 SPECIAL $^99 FREE WITH EACH PURCHASE $ Worth of Merchandise Will Be Given With EACH MEN'S SUIT Sold During This Grand Opening Sale Event! We're Not Exclusive... Everybody's Welcome Here! ACROSS STREET FROM CITY HALL Arrow and Manhattan Now Located At 400 Gray Street Two Doors South Of Old Location Look East When You Get Off The Bus Regularly Priced At $3.95 FREE COKES ON THE HOUSE ALL DAY LO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Fort Hood Host To ''Red Devils The Fort Sill Cannoneers sched­ uled to invade the post sports arena for a Fourth Army cage double- header this weekend have can­ celled the twin bill and will be unable to appear at Fort Hood this season. Due to the loss of these two contests coach Ken Koop has been working diligently in an attempt to book a pair of opponents for both thi weekend and next week prior to the opening of the Fourth Army meet. One tilt has been scheduled for this Saturday night as Maj. Blair C. Minthorn has revealed the book­ ing of the Belton Red Devils a powerful and highly regarded in­ dependent team of this area. The Red Devils are the defend­ ing champions of the Texas Am­ ateur Athletic League and also win­ ners of the Temple cage district. Pacing this years powerful club is the player coach Charles John­ son formerly of North Texas State. Johnson stands six foot six inch­ es and is the clubs top pivot man. Other standouts for the Red Dev­ ils include Roy Dollar a si...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 25 1954 It was a different story Satur­ day however as the Tankers had to fight gamely to down a stubborn Hawk aggregation 82-75 in Fourth Army Conference thriller. Win 3 Straight The aroused Fort Hood Tankers swept their two game series with Camp Polk lastt weekend win ning Friday night 76-64 before dumping the Hawks 82-75 on Sat­ urday. The sweep made it three straight for Hood as they edged the Detroit Vagabonds 52-49 last Thursday night. The scrappy Fort Hood squad gained sweet revenge in grabbing Loth ends of the twin bill as Polk had whipped the inexperienced Hood club twice ear lier in the season at Polk. There was never any doubt as to the outcome of Fridays series opener with Hood jumping to a commanding lead early in the con­ test and remaining far out in front until the final gun. Cleve Orum Hood's unorthodox »ivot man and David Harper help fed the Tankers to a fast start as they hit with amazing consistancy to pace the home standing Hood- ers to an encourag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Page Eight Capt. Louis L. Jacobs Jr. Lt. Charles E. Downs A MINE WARFARE SCHOOL designed to give men of the 1st Armored Division land mine training began operation yesterday with the 35th Eng. Gp. accepting responsibility for the conduct of the course. The above officers are in charge of instruction on sub­ ject matter including laying marking and removal of security minefields. Captain Jacobs a veteran of many years of service be­ gan his service career with the Texas National Guard in 1936. Lieutenant Downs completed OCS training at Fort Belvoir in 1952 and taueht Leader's Course there before its closure. Also assist- ing the officers in instruction are M-Sgt. Joseph B. Martin and Clarence E. Oaks. 1st Tank Battalion HQ BN Congratulations to Martin N. Bil­ let Francis D. Dashiell Oren H. .Elliott and George W. Zeigler on their promotion to the grade of corporal Eli D. Walls was promot­ ed to Private First Class. cleared the company this week Sergeants First Class Fred F. Legge and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 25 1954 10TH & AVE. 81st Reconnaissance Battalion 1Q CO Capt. James McKinney joined the company this week and will assume duty as company com­ mander He replaces Lt. Elvin H. Burger Jr. WOJG Roy Martin unit supply officer departed on leave to assist his mother who is undergoing a major operation. Lt. Harney Seeman Company supply platoon officer left on TDY to the USAF Air Ground Opera­ tions School in North Carolina Pvt. Harry Deskey was admit­ ted to the Post Hospital last week. PFC Van Hale recently became the father of a baby boy. Sgt. Howard McDaniel Cpl. Carl Congdon and Cpl. Robert McGee left for the 4005th Trf Ctr for separation from the service. Sgt. Ernest Randolph joined the company this past week and will assume duty as company motor sergeant. A CO Capt. Clarence Eshelman is the new company commander. Also joining the company were Lt. Jay W. Sterner and Pvt. William Mitch­ ell a Korean veteran. PFC Bobby Adams returned from Fort Knoz mechanics school and...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Page Ten 2ND AAA AW BN HQ BTRY Capt. Joseph R. Kinney S-4. left the battalion to attend school at Fort Bliss. Other officers leaving the battery included Lt. Edmund F. Grefrath and Lt. John B. Dun- away who was formerly Hq Btry commander. Lt. Robert F. Davis received his promotion last week. Other promotions were Privates Danny J. Becker and Sammy Lati­ mer. A BTRY Lt. Clarence Schlather was trans­ ferred to Btry of the battalion. SFC Jesus Almanza Pvt. Davy Clark Pvt. Charles Galbreath and Pvt. Gordan Ouse joined the bat­ tery this past week. Lt. Edward Houy was admitted to the Post Hospital recently. PFC Henry Mendoza was award­ ed a battery clerk's MOS last week. M-Sgt. Richard Kirby is back on duty after spending a 35-day leave with his family. BTRY PFC Frank Cusumano has re­ turned from cook school and is now cooking in the battery mess. Lt. Robert F. Sizer has assumed command of the battery. He re­ lieved Lt. Charles H. Davis form­ er battery commander. PFC Dalton Minshew has ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Thursday Feb. 25 1954 LEGALS Legal directory A-t NEIL~E. CLTNKENBEARD^ Attorney at Law Bradley Bldg. Killeen Ph. 1S61 ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST FOUND 40 Duplexes 80 Apts. ONE BEDROOM 57.50 Unfurnished 62.50 Stove & Refrigerator 72.50 Completely Furnished Each Apartment has Attic Fan and Wall Furnace TWO BEDROOM 67.50 Unfurnished 72.50 Stove & Refrigerator 87.50 Completely Furnished School Under Construction AN F.H.A. GOVT.. APPROVED COLORED DEVELOPMENT Open 7 Days Weekly See or Call Rental Office Phone 4175 Hwy. 190 Killeen RENTALS ROOMS C-5 FOR RENT: HIL-VUE MOTEL TEMPLE. Located south of S&S Club modern cabins kitchentte reasonable rates. Phone 3-4221. B-8 520.00 REWARD FOR ANY INFORMA- tion leading to recovery of a Selmen Gold Tenor Saxophone in light brown leather case stolen February 7. 3954 from park­ ed car in front of the Elite Cafe on Aus­ tin Ave. in downtown Waco. Phone Dick Brown collect at 2-1152 or 4-5724 in Waco Texas and no questions asked. PERSONALS B-9 BABY SI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 25 February 1954

Page Twelve 503 rd Signal Battalion A CO wants practice quarters he served US Infantry Division in Korea. M-Sgt. M. Acosta has left for 46thEngBn HQ CO Capt. Lauren Lyman battalion adjjutant is leaving for the Far East Command. Because of the fine participation of the men in the company during the "March of Dimes" campaign the entire company was given Sat­ urday morning off. A CO Lt. Billy Burrus will be the new company commander l'eplacing Lieutenant Peltz. Lieutenant Peltz will take over the duties as bat­ talion personnel officer. M-Sgt. Hobart Sharp a Korean veteran has assumed duties as A Co operations sergeant. CO The Co dining hall has again been selected as the Best Mess in the battalion. M-Sgt. James Bryan SFC Har­ old Barron Cpl. Melvin Lowe and Privates Chester Gordon Jr. Jer­ ry Baumgartner Robert Wayne Robert Wayne Robert Adam Nor­ man Ehlert and Fred Wright are new members of the company. CO Lt. William Gupton has recently replaced Capt. Jacobs as company commander. Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

VOL. 2 No. 9 An editorial that appeared in two Waco newspapers last month commenting upon the absence of juvenile delinquency at Fort Hood and referring to certain other com­ mendable features of Fort Hood's program has drawn the praise of Secretary of the Army Robert T. Stevens. In a letter to Maj. Gen. William S. Biddle commander of Fort Hood and the 1st Armored Division Mr. Stevens said: "Please accept my compliments and pass them on to all members of your command responsible for the furthering of such excellent spmmunity relations. It certainly sves again that the best rela- Tonship with the public is that which is earned by good work." The editorial to which Mr. Stev­ ens referred "Another Star for Fort Hood" appeared in the Waco issues of January 27 and was based on a news article appearing two days earlier which pointed out that Fort Hood had no serious juve­ nile delinquency problem because of its excellent youth activities pro­ gram. "In traffic safety in economy With publi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

Page Two PIP* w«*'* The purpose of air-ground train­ ing has been to instill in the ground soldier confidence in of­ fensive and defensive airpower. In earlier phases 1st Armored per­ sonnel have heard lectures on air- power and have participated in exercises demanding cooperation between the two services. However none of the previous training has brought live ammu­ nition into play. The March 11 Ninth Air Force Firepower Dem- structive ability of the air arm. A structure 15 feet long by 15 Fordor sedan IttttTK 11 W .. Wf^ j^V*' 1 f" A demonstration of air firepow­ er on March 11 will highlight the air-ground training program of the 1st Armored Division. Most of the Division's military personnel will watch twelve F86F Sabrejet fighter-bombers of the Ninth Air Force attack set ob­ jectives on the Fort Hood reserva­ tion with bombs rockets Napalm and machine gun fire. iPWPi fo- PRICES r— Open Until 9 P.M. 24 Hour Wrecker Service STILL IN ITS YOUTH the 4005th ASU Military Police Detach...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

fT 'h j%i Vwr 1 ^'c^'".11 Thursday March 4 1954 N Bennett MISS BETTY KNUDSON STATE BATON TWIRLING CHAM­ PION is on of the many features being presented Saturday after­ noon and night by Tarleton State College. Miss Knudson is an 18-year-old lass from Fort Worth. From Tarleton will be their All-Star Band and specialty acts. They will play at the U.S. Army Hospital Academic Drive and 162nd Street Service Clubs. This college band broadcasts each Sunday afternoon from 5:00-5:30 and each Thursday afternoon between 6:30-7:00 from Stephenville Texas over Station KSTV. THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS MESSES Thursday March 4 No. 1—"Saskatchewan" Alan Ladd Shelly Winters o. 3—"Pride of the Blue Grass" Lloyd Bridges Vera Miles Mar­ garet Sheridan 4—"Coroner Creek" Randolph Scott Marguerite Chapman No- 5—"The Naked Jungle" Charlton Heston Eleanor Parker 162nd STREET CLUB—Television ACADEMIC DRIVE CLUB—Dance Class BRIGADE AVENUE CLUB—The Run Around NORTH EPRT CLUB-Bn—"Just For You" Party Friday March 5 N...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

Page Four COPV 322 HQ CO New men in the company are Privates Donald R. Morris James Clair Eddie J. Trascher Joe Bar­ clay George L. Bonner James McCall Ernest B. Harris Leroy Sheard and PFC Jose E. Montalvo- Rodriguez. Capt. Jack Madden has been ap­ pointed as the unit's fire marshall. A television set will be installed in the day room in the near future. The pool table will be recovered and some new games will be add­ ed. A CO Sgts. Arthur Lanpher and Ger­ ald Twidwell and Cpl. Paul Prince have been assigned to the unit. Leaving after service with the company since May of last year are PFC Gustav Rothacker and Privates Joe Barclay George Bon­ ner and John KoZhlmeyer. They have been transferred to head­ quarters company. Pvt. Ornie Mantooth has left for home on a 10-day emergency leave. Returning from a 15-day leave is Pvt. Roosevelt Wilkins. Sgt. Bobby Patterson and Cpl. Ercel Pennington have transferred to the 4005th to await discharge. CO Lt. Jimmy H. Hetherly is the new company ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 4 March 1954

Thursday March 4 1954 HQ DET Q)01tli Signal Battalion The 504th traded officers with the 303rd Sig. Bn. last week as Capt. Irving C. Klepper left the battalion and was replaced as Ex­ ecutive Officer by Maj. Thomas J. Speer. On the hardwood the battalion basketball team received another win by forfeit last week. The oppos ing team was the 83rd AFA. The team's record in National League play is now thirteen wins and Iwo losses which maintains the team's first place standing The battalion again copped top honors in the Post Preventive Main tenance Contest by winning their fourth first place in five weeks. After gaining an honorable men­ tion in the opening week members of the battalion have finished on top the past four weeks. The latest winner is Pvt. George W. Johnson II of the 837th Sig. Co. 288th SIG CO PFC's Ted Tucker and George Wesbecker have left for their re­ spective homes in 15-day leaves. PFC Robert Nauman departed for Fort Monmouth N.J. to at class there. Pvt. and Mrs. Mel...

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