The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1932 · Page 3
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28, 1982 I! TO IE VISITED inv Machine Here Week Soonsorec] Texaco Dealer. for by Schcol children and residents of n?a:by towns will Ue afforded an o-.;xuuinity to see the world's '.'iriiillesi iranscontineiital automobile diifing the next week, accord•i^ 10 Rav Arbright, desiencr and (i:ivt-r of the machine wh'.ch is bo- Ing sponsored in BlylhcviJIc by p. li. Jovncr, local agent for Texaco products. The tiny car was put on display yesterday afternoon at the show window of Hubbard Furniture company where ii may be viewed each day from 4 p. m. to 11 a. m During the hours the car Li not being shov;n in the window it will be drli-^n by Mr. Arbrteht to var- Icus Industrial, conceins and schools in Ulytheville and nearby towns where it may be closely in- sjiceted. Although the car is only slight- I }]y larger than .-! child's toy automobile, it is a u°rfect machine in overy respeci. Powered by a ten horsepower converted Heath airplane motor, th.? tinv racin? model has a lop si>eetl of 60 miles i«r hour. Its weight Is only 500 pounds and can be parked underneath a large truck. The car draigntd and built eight years ago by Mr. Arbright and since that time has toured the United States from coasl-to-coast, traveling more than 1CO.OOO miles. •It carries what is said to lw the lowest price motor vehicle license issued In the south, costing only $2.50. Although the car is a specially built model it is cqujpped with standard equiomcnt. The midget machine-uses 7-ply 10 x 4 Goodrich Silvertown tires from the Main Service station. When it arrived in town its Willard Tread Rubber batter}- was inspected by the Hubbard Tire and Battery company, local Willard dealers, and the car's 407th coat of silver Duco paint was applied in the paint shop of the Shouse-Little Chevrolet company, Texaco Fire Chief gasoline is used in the little car and it is lubricated with Texaco motor oil. These products, handled locally by F. B. Joyner, sponsor of the ma- p chine, were used to a large ex\'tent in the car's transcontinental tour. In connection with the window "display the Hubbard Furniture company is featuring the Phllco Jr. radio, a set which compares in size and performance, with the midget auto. Is Unscriptural and Inefficient 'Says Christian Church Preacher. Dr. K. H. McCorkle. of Dyersburg, Tenn., who is conducting an wanaelistlc meeting at the First otiristinn church, announces the following subjects for Sunday: At the ^ morning hour -The Add Jest, ami at vesper service, 0 u. '"•• "Religious Hookwormism " According to the pastor, the wv. E. K. l.atim.-r, there has been a noticeable increase in attendance and interest since the mcet- m» opened. Last night the largest crowd of the services, so far' heard (lie Rev, Mr. McCorkle "reach on "The Scandal of Christianity." . The speaker ^jd ,-„ i )nr t : .. Thi , striniliil of Christianity Is the divided condition of the church, niv- iiion in the church in miscriptural and Inefficient, a waste of money, parlyism the nlos t baneful evil '.yhich confronts tho churches. Surely, the great fundamentals of thn Christian religion afford sufficient basis for n unified church. One God. On? Christ, One Bible : Immottality. These afford com- ! mon ground—other grounds arc! debatable. There will never be I SPECIAL ASSESSMENT I,.<VN1) SALE Notice Is Hereby given that I, tho undersigned special com- SATURDAV, NOVEMBER 5th, 19:12, wllhhi lawful hows, nt the front door of the Court illousc in Klythcrille. Arkiinsiu, sell to the highest bidder, for cnsli (lie'fol- lowing lands located in (he Chick nsnwba District ot Mississippi County, Avknnsns, to-\vit: NEWS Name Name Name Name J M Stevens J M Stevens J M Stevens Pt. ot See. Pt. of Sec. Pt. of Sec. PI. of Sco. S 28.34 A NE SE N ot D S 1 ! SE S of U S".. SE Up To Lawyers of District to Recommend Chancellor Says-Buck. • C. M. Buck, one of two Blytheville attorneys mentioned as a possible successor to Chancellor J. M. Ftitrell when the latter assumes t::e governor's offlcs in Januur>, d:cs not feel that he or his friends nv; bound by a poll of Mississippi county attorneys announced in CXsceoIa press dispatches today. The announcement staled that V. G. Holland.' another Dlytheville attorney. i". the choice ot members of the county bar as Fiitrell's sitcci'sscr. The vote in Ir.c pall of county lawyers was not announced, but it was made known that a majority favored the appointment of Mr. Holland, a former comity judge nf this county, as Chancellor FutreHV successor. Mr. Buck pointed out that while ' he did not, consider himself in the ' role of a candidate for the office ]-e had been approached by f riend? 'n the county and the chanccrj district and lie did not fee! ISnt they should be bound by th: announced poll. Mr. Buck stated that it was his understanding that the local bar assoc.-ation d:clined at a meeting held some lime ngo to en dorse any certain attorney for th< Post. He said he had not been approached about Ihe poll before the secret vote was taken and that the matter was not called to his attention until Inter. He said that he hoped the bar of tl:e district would DO able to recommend an attorn? for Judge- Ptitrcll to .appoint to .succeed himself without politic'; en tering into i,ic 'Hocticn. According to the local member of the bar who polled attorneys ;f tlw county as to their cr.oice for chancellor, the vote was taken in the belief that by reducing the prcb- «oie Mississippi county field to one • l »e chances of final selection of an auonicy (ro m this countv for the p0 * 1 would be better, r™ i if r coun "es In foe district arc; "1'Shead, crlttenc-cn, Clay, Poln- >."•• C*?** and Greene. It Is un- ff S ^ that Jud 8« Futrell plans rtKtri . . mt = Un B of members of the iteS W' lr mly '" "ovemter to £ieci nis siiccassor bv ballot, to ^ d by a Plx»nt™nt when becomes governor. uniformity of thought and opinion. No one desires i^ but prompted by'the desire for the establishment of the Kingdom of God on earth we should make opinions matters of vital faith. Tn fundamentals, unit, in opinions. llb-iny, in all things, charity . , . This ideal has been the gufldfng star of the communion known as the Christian church'." City Hall ts Storage House WATERTOWN. S. D. (UP)—Approximately 2,000 bushels of pD- taloes were in storage, today in newly constructed bins in the city hall, against the needs of the unemployed this winter. Tho potatoes were stored as the result oj the co-operative digging plan launched by Mayor B. N. Hagna, for the relief of needy families. .HOXIE, Ark. (UP)—Farmers of this section, after picking the earlier cotton, estimate ll!is ! season's production will be from 50 to 501 P?r cent of an average crop. E A Stacy NE NW E A Stacy NW NW 13 A Stacy SE NW E A Stacy SW NW E A Stacy ME SE E A Stacy NW SE E A Stacy SE SE Chicago Mill & Llir Coij) SW SK Chicago Mill & Un- Corp NE S\V Clilcnt'o Mill ^ Lhr Corp NW SW Chicago Mill & I.br, Ciirji SE SW Oliirago Mill .^ l.br L'ori) E'j SW SW B A Stacy NE NE E A Stacy NW NK £ A S'.acy SE NE E A Stacy SW NE E A Stacy S & E of D NW E A Stacy NE SW E A Stacy NW SW E A Stacy SE SW E A Stacy SW SW J M Stevens NE NE J M Stevens . SF,'NP.' G E Snider SB NE a E Snider SW NK G E Snider NE NW C E Snider NW NW G E Snider SE HW G E Snider SW NW Bob Vench NE SW J M Stevens S of R SW NE R D Hardin Lot 4 T F Martin NE NW T F Martin N\V NW E M Bryan NE NE E M Bryan NW NF. E M Bryan SE NE E M Bryan SW NK E M Bryan NK SU E M Bryan NW SE E M Bryan • Sli SE E M Bryan SW SE Frank O Lowden NE NE- Frank O Lowden NW NE Frnnk O Lowden SE NE Frank O Lowden SW NE Frank O Lowden NE NW Frank O Lowden NW NW Frank O Lowden SE NW Frank O I/jwo'cn SW NW Frank O Lowden NE SE Frank O Lowden NW SE Frank O Lowden SE SE Frank O Lowden SW SE Frank O Lcwdcn , NE SW s. T. n. s. T. n. S, T. 11. S. T. 11, 13-14-9 13-14-9 13-14-9 a-j-14-9 23-14-9 ^3-14-9 23-14-9 23-K-9 23-H-9 •J3-H-9 23-14-!) 23-U-S1 23-14-9 1>3-14-0 23-14-9 -'4-14-9 •24-14-!) li-l-M-SJ 24-14-i] M-14-U 24-14-9 24-14-tl 24-14-!) 24-14-9 2fi-U-0 2C-11-9 27-14-9 27-14-0 27-14-9 27-14-9 27-14-9 27-14-9 27-14-9 33-14-9 4-14-10 10-14-10 10-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 A. A. A. A. 28.34 2'> 45.W 40 •ID •1U 40 3j 97 40 •10 37.94 40 •10 40 20 40 40 40 40 ns.ir, 40 40 •10 40 tIO.98 30.98 38.50 38.50 31.80 31.80 31.M 31.815 40 3.01 42.03 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 •10 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Tax Tax Tux Tax 22.32 2S.7C 29.70 14.88 14.83 14.88 14.80 M.C3 M.ttl '30.03 :«>jsa ' 14.04 14.04 H.O! 7.02 29.76 •2-.I.7C 29.7U 29.7ti t>4.44 31.62 3162 3I.C2 31.62 .'iO.ea 30.C9 7.3G 7.2 a 4,50 4.M •1.50 4.5fi 14.3.; 7.13 25.41 29.70 .M.7C 31.C2 31.C2 31.02 31.02 31.62 31.G2 31.02 31.G2 31.62' 31.C2 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.G2 31.02 31.62 31.62 1 * University of Pennsylvania » tofc'mtn.ystum for foot- thli se»son t-i_. The Sales Tax and The Average Citizen »ln l ^ K OF ARKANSAS IS AFFECTED UY THE AMOUNT 01' fcS THAT MUST BK PAH). SO 1-KT'S SEE HOW THF 1'ROI'OSKl) SALKS TAX AFFECTS EACH CITIZEN OF MISSISSIITI COUNT?. The per capita tax assessment for Mississippi County, according to (he Slate • Comptrollers lust report, was 8259.00. t-/V m e -^ ese " < ril . (p nf taxation for Slaie purposes (88.70 per SI.IWO.OO), the fttatc Tax tn he pan! per capita was S2.25. Amcmlnient No. in proposes to take »ff all Ihe State Properly Tax except T Ve1 ! t :r. a ' nt per S! - (1()(l - (1 0 valuation, which would represent S2.12 of the present S2J--> per capita in Mississippi County, leaving only (hirleen cents per cap- ila !« he paid in Slale Tax. HUT There's a Nigger In the Woodpile AND HERE'S WHAT YOU WOUU) HAVE TO PAY IN PLACK OF Tfii; ^£.l£'- — ' Under (he proposed Sales Tax, Mississippi County's citixens will l, e forced In nh^', 1 , °i 'WMimately SI. '11, 000.0 00 to the Sliite, and this amendment ?p»ho -Th on .?. vcr >' Sillc «"rt «-siile of practically everything Jm;i K inable (cither cash, credit or trade). ' The amount ( 0 !>e paid by each man. woman and child in Mississippi County under Amendment No. 19 will 1m 88.38. Take off the $2.25 present Slate Tax and we find that every citizen of this county will be forced fo pav $.|.U a vear more than 7s now being paid in State Taxes. 1)0 YOU WANT TO TAKE OFF A TAX OF S2.25 AND SIMSSTiTrTK Sfi.JlK? Vote Against Amendment No. 19 Unless You Want Your Tax Bill Raised inrrcnsed tax, every cid'zcn who s< , . - - -~ ti hcnvv fiiie. You couldn't tr,irfc off ^r a ^ot u ;s- ^^^i'^i^:^si t^ ] Don't Be Misled About Amendment No 19 It Raises Taxes! Kill It! 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O Lcnviltn Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowdcu Frnnk O Lowden I-'iank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frnnk O Lowden Frank: O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frnnk O Lowden Fiunk O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lcwdcn Frnnk O Lowden Frnnk O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frnnk O Lowden Frank O Ixnvden Frank O Lowden Frank Frank Fiank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frank Frnnk Frank Frank Frank O Lowden O Lowden O Lowden O Lowden O Lowden O Lowden O Lawden O Lowden O Lowden O Lowden O Lowden O lowdcn O Lowden O Lowden NW SW SK SW SW SW NE HE NW NE SK NE SW NE NK NW NW NW SE NW .SW NW NE SE NW SK SK SE SW SE NE SW NW SW SE SW SW SW NE NE NW NK SE Nli SW NK NK NW NW NW SK NW fiW NW NK -SI-: NW SK SE SE SW SE NF. SW NW SW SK S\V SW SW ' NE NK NW NK SE NE SW NE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NE SE NW SE SE SE HW SE NE BW NW SW 8E SW sw sw NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE 1*1 t NW Lot 2 NW Lot I) NW Lot 4 NW Lot 5 NW NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE Lot 1 8W Ixit 2 8W Lot 3 SW Lot 4 SW Lot 5 SW NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE NE WV NW NW SE NW SW NW NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE NE SW NW SW SE SW SW SW NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE Frank O Lowtlcn NE NW Frank O Lowden NW NW Frank O Lowden . SE N\y Frank O Lowden SW NW Frank O Lowden NE SE Frank O Lowden NW SE .Frank O Lowden , SE SE 'Frank O !,owden SW SE Frank O Lowden NE SW Frank O lawden NW SW Frank O Lowden SE SW Frank O Lowden SW SW Commonwealth Farm Loan I,ot 2 NW Commonwealth Farm Loan Lot' 3 NW : - : Commonwealth Farm Loan NE SW Commonwealth Fnrm Loon NW SW Commomvcallh Farm Loan SE 3W Commonwealth Farm Loan SW SW iVfrs Florence Oxford Meadows NE SE Mis Flcronce Oxford Meadows SW SR H E Kooncr Tra Crawfcrd Tra Crawford First Nail Rank First Nail Bank Tom Level a dy L W Collins L W Collins L W Collins L W Collins L W ColliiH L W Collins NE SW NW NE SW NE Lot 2 NK Lot 3 NE ; NW SW NW NE SW NE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW Ccmmcrce Farm Criddcr Co NE NW Commerce Farm Cridder Co NW NW Commerce Farm Criddcr Co SE NW Commerce Farm Criddcr Co SW NW HeAry Perdue 2 A in SW cor E"_. E 30 A NE Helen Fiances Buchanan E of L Frl NE W M Taylor Esl, W M Taylor Esl. W M Taylor Est. Murrav Sicvart W M Taylor Est. W M Taylor Est. W M Taylor Est. W M Taylor Est. Unknown Unknown Frl NE SE NW SF, N'.i S"; SE S'i S'.i SE -NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW E of L, Frl SE NW E of L Frl NE aW Unknown E of L- Frl SE SW Lee wilscn & Co NE NE Lee Wilson & Co NW NE Lee Wilson & Co SE NE Lcc Wilson & Co SW NE F A noblnson E 2-3 E'.i NW -Intcrnaltonal Bank In St Louis W 1-3 E'i NW F A Robinson NE SW S E Vail FTl 3E NW S E Vail Frl 3W NW Rebecca Patterson SE SE J T Fargason & Co SE SE J T Fargason & Co SW SE J T Fargason & Co SE SW J T Fargason te Co SW SW Ernest & Harry' Taylor 8« N 32 A NW NW 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 21-14-10 21-14-10 ai-u-io 21-H-IO 21-14-10 21-H-10 21-U-IO 21-H-10 21-14-10 21-U-IO 21-H-IO 21-14-10 21-14-10 21-14-10 21-H-IO 21-M-IO 2S-H-10 2I3-H-10 28-14-10 JS-14-10 28-14-10 26-U-10 2U-14-10 2H-14-IO 2B-14-10 •J8-14-10 28-H-IO 28-14-10 2B-14-10 ai-u-io 28-14-10 2U-H-10 30-H-10 20-H-IO M-11-10 29-14-10 29-14-10 29-14-10 29-H-10 29-M-10 M-14-10 29-14-10 29-H-10 20-14-10 29-14-10 29-14-10 29-14-10 28-14-10 .D-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-H-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 Jl-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-H-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 32-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-JD 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-10 33-14-16 1-14-11 1-14-11 1-14-11 t-14-11 1-14-11 1-H-U 3-14-11 3-14-11 5-M-ll 11-14-11 11-14-11 12-I4-J1 12-14-11 12-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 1B-H-11 18-14-11 I3-H-1I 18-14-11 5-14-12 6-14-12 G-14-12 C-I4-12 0-14-12 6-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 17-14-12 17-14-12 17-14-12 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 14-15-11 14-16-11 15-15-11 19-15-11 19-15-11 19-14-11 19-14-11 23-15-11 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 W 40 40 40 •10 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 30.82 3B.74 Gfl.10 30.74 39.82 40 40 40 40 40 40 S1.92 40 40 « 40 40 40 40 411 40 40 40 49 40 40 10 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 « 49 40 40 40 40 40 •y' 40 40 40 3033 30.33 40 49 40 40 41.37 40.82 39.20 .10.94 39.04 32 32 20 40 40 40 40 40 40 40.35 4B.97 40.35 4852 2 38.93 25.60 40 39.81 30.81 40 40 40 40 29.43 20.25 16.75 40 40 40 40 53.33 20.66 40 31 U 38 •10 40 40 47 16 31.62 31.62 31,52 98.76 ».T6 SB/Id 29.70 29.7C 29.70 28.70 2U.1l] 29.W 28,111 28.10 U9.16 29,16 29.76 29.70 29.10 29,18 29.10 29.76 U0.7U 29.71) 20.1U 20,10 29.10 •2U.1U 29.18 29.16 29.16 29,10 29,10 211.10 29.1(1 31.62 31.62 31.02 31.02 31.C2 31.62 31.62 31.fi2 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.03 31.62 3i.ua 3U2 31.62 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33,36 33.29 50.83 33.29 '33.30 46.43 46.40 46.45 «.4i 33,49 '-33.49 51.13 33.49 33.49 33,49 33.49 33.49 33.49 32.00 32.00 32.00 33,00 32.45 32.45 32.45 '32.45 33,95 33.05 33.05 33.05 33.48 • 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33,48 33.49 33,48 33.48 33.48 33,48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 0/30 6.30 19.03 19.00 19.00 1D.06 21.00 208(1 27.38 2D.7B 29.7(5 21.56 21.5B 11.16 24.18 24.18 a.125 23.25 23.25 23.20 31.01 31.00 31.00 31.07 .84 7.25 11.96 11.96 11.97 11.97 18.13 18.13 18.13 18.13 10.67 0.82 5.45 25.94 25.94 25.94 25.94 38.68 19.34 18.13 9.30 3.30 7.80 14.88 14.18 12.46 13,46 6.80 Myrtle Bourland NE NE June'Hill N 60 A 8'i NW Mrs D M Cutler NE NE Oincr Lules Lot 3 NW SE Mary Catherine Recce Frl 8W SW Norn McKlnnoy NW SE J T Fnrgnson Co NE SW J T FartjQson Co NW SW Oils Crow SE NE Mrs John M Taylor S'i SB SK Mrs John M Taylor S'.-i SW SEi Mrs John M Tnylor NE SW Mrs John M Taylor NW SW :!:i John M Taylor 6E SW Mrs. John M Taylor SW SW Ue Wilson ft CO NE SW I.ce Wilson & Co NW SW !«• Wilson A: Co 'SB BW Lee Wilson & Co SW SW 1-i'e Wilson ,V Co NR NW !.«' Wilson A Co NE NW l-cc Wilson & Co SR NW I.i'e Wllfun cV Co SW NW Leo Wilson A Co NB SK !/•(• Wilson A: Co NW SE Lie Wilson A Co SE SE Lcc Wilson ,t Co SW SK !.('[• Wilson ,t Co NE SW Loe Wilson A Co NW SW Li'f Wilson Si Co SE SW Iff Wilson A Co SW SW I»'!C Wilson A Co NE SE LIT Wihon A Co NW SK Ue Wilson A Co SE SK Ue Wilson A Co SW SK Ur Wilson ,k Co NE SW Ue Wilson A Co SE SW Up Wilson *i Co Fr) nil W 1 .; SW Uc Wilson A CO NE NK i.ci' Wilson A Co NW NK I.PP Wilson * Co SE NE l.tc Wilson A Co SW NK Lee Wilton A Co NE.NW I.CP Wilson A Co SE NW Leo Wilson A Co Frl'(III W'i NW Li-e Wilson A Co NE SK LCf Wilson A Co NW SU Ui> Wilson A Co SE SI! Lee WlUon A Co SW BE Ue Wilson A Co NE SW I.ce Wilson A Co SE SW Ler Wilson A Co Frl all W^ SW Ue Wilson A Co NE NW Ue Wilson A Co NW NW Leo Wilson A Co SE NW LIT Wilson A Co HW NW U<> Wilson A Co NE SW Ue WiUon A Co NW SW Ue Wilson & Co SE SW Uc Wilson A Co SW SW Uc Wilson A Co NW SE Lw Wilson A Co SW SE Joe R Bakei NE SW Joe R Bilker NW SW Joe n Baker gg SW Joe R. Baker SW sw L€e Wilson & Co NW NW Uc WlUson & Co SE SE Lee Wilson A Co SW SE Uc Wilson <k Co NE SW Ue Wilson A Co Orlg. Sur. NW SW Lee Wilson A Co Orlg. Sur. 8ESW Leo Wilson A Co Orlg. Sur. 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Cha "l cr y Cou rtof the Chickasawbi District ot £ Arkans «. on'September 26, 1932. In the cue of % J^S D" 1 "^' District No. 9, Plaintiff, vs. CM*" St * cy ' Et AI - Defendants, ^sainjt said luid 0 » " 5Ms f ment due thereon, togeth-r rltli court costs >nd Und assessment being set opposite each tr«t ol Witness my bond this 32 d»y of October, !53i. " R. L: Gilnet, BpecUl ConuaJMomr

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