MUSIC IN THE * ’HURCH [
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Ui l WILLIA• •' •. OiIiMES
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' AN ADEQUATE MUSTC PROGRAM"
When we etten.pt to explain trie full essence of what con. ti
tutes an adequate music program! for the churches, we find our
st ives in a difficult situation for many reasons. There ir, a differ
ence in music appreciation and ideals of the leaders and members
ation rvh’ch must be taken into consideration when
adequate music program.
.if service, whether formal nr informal, inspirational
must be considered know however, that
is the need . The minister plans
■ > it fi m n..-p ation . cording to the needs
>nday School superintendent and training
programs accoiding to the needs of the
’■ *■" o to meet the needs of
..i aevntional in character, based
the IPn'f d-.vinnes. CP s.i English
rues whether singing or speaking. There
the part; of alll persons in charge of music
. cd English to all who attempt to rind or
, . ' should, be of good musical form and char
i aid in expressing or conveying the senti
. in text. Each song should be worshipful in
>l. • atmnee in ••>• mint, appropriate foi the service,
and practical in its application. Hymns and songs should be n.as
tucd by the song leader and choir before being presorted to the
congregation. There should be much variety :n the program of music,
this w ill add spice and life to the progr; n It should be properly
rc-'ated to the whole «•? -vice. It should v end don a high plane,
at d its put pose p- : d be to . ' a spiritual reaction,
worship, med'l .1 qn. and xi on.
Th*' best • to plan the w f worship service
i> thrnush nfererci: bet' . ... 'tor. TV: uro
cedurr wh i '. re and or.h ■ ‘he
so’Vice. Tin • , . V 'pful;
1 I. The n .... be I * i ■ h) the the
View oi -.tier,, -•*. rsh .' Hymns and
songs of prt, ■ ”> iv , ?on*ec-atio:i
are appror in;. ; *- r
2. F 'it- vt . 4 service in the u ~ gospel
sealg.: •; t>\ :isnet !’ ntiOii. and < xhc: l j 4 -’■ m ..... appropriate.
3. In the pray «• he church music dicectc.: sh iuld plan
music sin 4 , to •’■p . f ’he service.
4 T .until. " . iul services should be pi. '-d Such
will includi .
rhanksgiy'm Ch.-istJuas dunng which times some specmi
cantata oratorit - some- weli-plannca prcgrai'4 '-n !.-■• paig wiili
spirit oi th*- veson should bo rendered.
Funeral setv.res aid b<- given more «tt n. Only such
Sengs as will convex ' definite message should l>. used
For baptism, sr... 1 the theme of obedience m foliowing
Chi Ist should be used
The Lord’s Suppr is a time when music should refer to the
h ben body rod she .< blood cf oqr Lord.
For revivals we shc>uh» -isc hymns a 1 " • <*- which convey
message *"f God’s love, t sc* "a* cnee, prayer and
exhortation. cangrga» : orouf-n tanging,
SPECIAL Pi jCRAMS
Each ch should ren.special ... ccasi snallv. These
l?rograms she have lor inch airn the ad\cincciv.ont .-i thr.- king
<*om of Christ 5,,. dal training should •>: given the choir for suc.i
d -n*. •* selected music should be- n od and the program
-t oe if-ndciod un 4 H it has been mastered well enough
i m ura a creditable performance.
May wi: give more attention to building an adequate church
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: WILLIAM GRIMES
YOUR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE
| 200 r„ THOMAS ST. j
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.T ' i lON
ARE RACE TARHEELS
! j <HY J. B. HAKRi M
I , On rcvernl occfvnon.s ‘w-.iator
CIV- 1 )',.•) *< l.f - ! f , ■' -|
has told congress and the nation
! !i-..t .iiv.ee -i i. .
-fate; that -he Negioi* . 1 tht- -1 ~»t-.
. "ai :,a! 1: lied and hajip.v." Ad of
which nifaiii ti.rit -it 'o.,' j\ : ( ,1
were g »ing merrily on our "-ay
" I singing, dancing, preaching, shout
: ins working for less wage tb-.u
--' white* in the same industries tc
iii-pung iiiitinr ti-licols. unp.ivod
•-tri-Ms. p.brutality and bad
• rousing with scarcely any cuin-
S ' Piuirir.
-j We thought 1 'orne of us) that
■ was a ' h -of ho cy fi••!-.. Ho- v at
'hi film • Hut n.cenl \y ii .• •. »•
1 i i-cen made tu wonder it the Uib’.o.
t •' teaching Senator was not r»g..t .if •
S i tor all have .iu.i coinpk eJ a
''our of NAACP branchc in i'.asl
ern Ct.rolinii in cotntion* with
' ' Daniel F. Byrd, w-island field sec-.
! ' clary of th irdi 'iud 1 tficc -daii
f li <c We ! und 1 i.-ly 10.-. i ni 'i'll
coney on ‘ho pari of Negro
a' . -,v.:0 are satis
1 > ~ dic-m to Jine-up
uciiind and join the veal program
■of the National Association for the
t Advancement of Colored People
2 which would eventually lead all
.. Negroes to the ‘’promised land’ of
„ ccon.-mic and political freedom tltru
■ oyer use of .he huilot by de-;
itin;. such reactionaries r.s Koey.
Thurmond, Russell Wright and
_ - Kenneth R< yall all of whom oppo-c
, n> having an equal chance to aa
’ i Our N-. aro hack rs ,ic lecpti:i»
n their greatest ehanet i.- -fame
and fortune” when they fail so
, arose and tnobiii7o the thousands
Rocky Mount Personals
, Mr ” ' Mrs V.'i'liant T Grimes
i.nd eb.ijr.cn and. Mr and Mrs
Hov,ard Manhy. have 1 ccer.tly rc
? turned from New Rochclie N V.,
where f. c*\ spetu e wn k :
non vi 1 !i vi- and Mv- Granby.
Mr ;.nd Mr:-. Bravaid and M.
* n■ . li'.y a1: .1 - c:: .11 >h!. 11 t fi. li' ■,
) Am,,’ Giar.by Mrs
.. Selma Bra A and Mrs Lula Bri
ley an- e: ,0 M. o c)me-
Inc trip to New York took the
1 , cicutioiK'i s through K:chiriC,i,cj. \’a
W-st.■.'or. ]j. (' ffaiti, e Mil
1 « ac.. Fa Ni v Yo,;
Mr- Kite White Smith em
i alone wi'b them to Philadelphia
: where she stopped «m her daugu
: ( w-h l< -.’•.-•e);: v made m.:*si
1 id a-an* ... fraud tar
given by t] -.- three men'iOei
, ’,d their huebands othe; reia
tu (i icno } .tu nu'ucrs atvt
hv-i*- get o gctheis ai,,l t niei
> tainmetit.-, added much jcy to, ir»-
occa ion v.iii Luiida)' I,l.tiing, w**
. -v i': hipped at :in nr the.-du ifap
tc t Church of Rochi-ile *4 Y 1;,.
L- ' 1 >-ng f-A:. or A very w&i m
v cdee.iv.. was u eei -cd v.-uh gr< »-l-
I mgs fan many fi lends, including
tin p.vt,.., and i.is u ;fe During the
rtioi nihg - 1-. -a Mi tii.me
••Tcct„.n accompam. c! :u me u;
, - m b.v W Hov., *d Maniey. Annth
-1 tv high light of :r;trip eat
to Radio City Music Hud snd Svi
-1 t ..c R.■ ii..:.,,,d play cind where
.the children were greatly amused.
Mr and Mrs Pete Luca and Mr.
end Mis James Ra-.vlins, Mr. ana
Mrs David Hacgins motored o
Moreh ad City where they spc.ru
a most pleasant week end at die
Dr and M:- Will.ant fsessoms
Dr and Mrs J W Black and Dr.
01 -rider Stovall 1* ft Rooky Mount
imi week for Newark. N. J. to
i fond he medical .-.ssociation con
G G Green of Nr’v Lark City
;nd Gro\. Spict t of VVashir.gion.!
O C visited Mr. and Mi-. R.oy
| Hagan, on Albemarle Avenue Mrs.
CHI RCH NEWS
r '-, -c Walters is the dek
■ ■ L.Mt Carey Pftroisn M:s
--< that v.-ill convene
l 10. r< pi c-sen r y
. ...\ Mi. -lotiiil'y Cir- '
u Mourn Zion Baptist Church.
Ihe Juri' r Missionary Circle ot
j -<-*unt Zion Bnpitsi Chiircb pre
| sen ted a special play Sunday night,
j Uigus; ft. The circle 1.- under the
I adership of Mrs Sarah Leonard
j The BTU 01 the same efureh
I -'onsored u college group program
.-bich was very interesting. This
rganiza’icn has from time to time
resen-ed quite a number of most
iclpful and inspiring programs tc
tether with their regular meeling.-
rm Sunday to Sunday. Its work
5 crock the leadership of Mr. ,T! 1...
"Sfiter. e very capable and sirt-
Cre worker ir, the church, com
munity and hi the bu dness world
ie -,s L-o president oi the local
i-oncl, of he NAACP.
The Temple Joyner Missionary
.‘ircle 1 spons-orln}; a .six w-csifcs
r -'-ibie ptu • course with Mrs A. B.
! Tyrd as president and Mrs. Lula
j ace director and teacher. These
i ar especially noird for their
1 ; many ‘-'in’ri.iHt.orv in the field of
j 1 eellrion, have . been leaders or
! " c fw quit'-- sometime.
(j Birdie Pash ard Mrs. Maggie Ear. -
i.f ;A-},roes in their respective com
:: .illil -. 1 .. L 1 ..I J ..O, 1 till 111 i ill u ■
adult > lassos tin process >..f regi -
:■ ytioii and rot iris’ thru ti.t NAACP
pivigrum .■ hu-li has :.m - • to lis
I v>'i v L- s' 1 ega I taJi’ii t m the minor;
f ab ; to vs*.
Jii.- N’A-'Cp only needs tlu* Ne
groes ot North Carolii\a ma tlieii
1 er.,l ...1 ~1 the lnequuli
: - -.-bich include Jim Glow and a!
-. .*.u-.. 1 of the ’ igiu ot ballot itL
•■: tions Negro t. acher.s,
;a.nistrr.s ..ml other professionals;
01 n. :.r I'iOfessionals’ who have
In mis l .ild i: idithal tti« ~ 1
' ,vi., ge. i j-i. up' a 1 it; i,ot • t_u
jeet to the d,sc» nmuaticn 1 1. t (!;■
■ ' > liave to acute t:s. old
.'M e that they .vill V r - •. m
■■ v ii -.vi, the rentmoii pco
. !e. *•!,:, paying them tor theii .or
• j o : rest a.-sured 'hat man.
i us thru-out i .-.1 ■ ’ ite mat tin
• 1.1 thinking and talking of
:, 1 lii-’ a b‘ yeett around .ill -ucl
*•« Negrovs” who are too small •
’ h :n i1 s win our eron.-.inic and :
political freedom by teaching and:
p-rraching to us roeitil unity and the!
0 o ot tro ballot thru 4 he NAACP I
u.d or*> m used labor. We know of a •
minister who had a church of 900 ■
ms ir. all u<re NAACP
m.vm!.ers toe. It, made it rr.anda- i
•*’■o* v.-hei. "i.c joined the j
church, h also joined tht N. A.
A 1 P Gc,l v mi; and 'tic Keg: o :
preachers and teach* rs who j
■: a-rot re the people to stir from 1 (
'’ anharty and free themselves 1
a:!- 1 than ''leaders'' who wall l
t'.i .ch and shout them into forget
h- t. oh trcuibk'3 and teach tl.etn
to human siaery! We,
■, .a., help ;■. ; ,.j '
f'.i u;lo lialiy lead if ig 1
" n'- 'tie l’l iili-ed iiiild' of |
l- R.jiU* *0 cinaftcipativu'!
-a- ~re vr-'i-;ng Mr. and Mrs. G K
.'•h 70? Atlantic Avenue. The
- fors.-. .- I the mother, the latter :
, iI C 2Uft X.
•'• Hoc 1 : el Gtc>-•;•.• bor
vi,. Int th- hoine 01 her daughter, I ’
in i• -■ .Mr ai d Aii
I weedy. ’
>• v. Pi N ii St iIOOI.
Is (ililft.i!) ill'll
BliM i) HOI siA(,
:.>\V YORK AN Pi The Nev
t , - r TS ,
, -.i-w, M uems Hudson 1.- .-or*. -
■’vr unmindful of the federal
•onsjt.it.c.,: and -yeafu: ;tatut« cf
ivhuh t racial di-.crim- 1
■ •'’-*'*>'»• tn public agencie? The
-k,- !,;■ r-x 111 ouce a peculiar ,
, •if’-riid-half jim crow * practice* [
.:i .. r-t 'har, iota! jim ci v\
I 1f- 1 . \ • i c
i ■ c-Ail. when the present super- ,
■mendent .Vii-s Inez Patterson, toon
’ '' insiitutiori v 3; 100 per
i giiis vei *;
“ . u ln gJ" cottage.- and'
; -ntre girls n-< lily-whi e buildings. <
! ■ ‘cad of putiiiiC an end to this .
' <r an institution v. hicfi is
: ' - r *’ hr dedicated to the iv
- i,i:.ii, 0 of delinquent children,
l-ii-' • n adapted a gradual
"Ui «*•:'• ach. -mixir.a'- the
: ’ ir, t.ne cottage at a time At .
■ c ’ 4: t tfe-'re are 5 -mixed” cot- ti
y.;- The rest are all-white or all -
1 J ""’ P r,lic . v - instead of improv- t ,
J r.v. : hi- situation, has brought a>-
v,-’C pronounced i*esentrr.<:iv
I I’unr.g Negro eirls who live in the r
•< q.egated buildings New arrivals v
v ■' f ‘ -d -nc. made self-conscious ,
T -it luce by being given a y,*-
1 i "boicr* of moving into a st-gne- f
i ‘ ;ated o: mixed cottage. Frictions ,
’ -• ” mors acute
f- Negro s 4 &tf members have
I r-. -emmer-t toward the poliev. r
!K * : Anu Hvvktrp. vocational ch
:-''-'nc.r. feh this wry about it when <
i ske<s -at she thought world
j ' -r-pen if a foil integrated policy,
wnh all racial segregation abolish- 1
r.-2opted immediately: '
.7 1 in,-, hod. It would be good «
-r th-- u.r\ Segregation in any 1
; ' irrvj creates bad feelings. T don’t ••
‘ ; '-1 " bite girl he re n
I ■ ho would resist or resent racial
; -n'cc-a ion Abolishing the re mam
vestiges of sogre,ation would .
: aft tin inorale 01 both Negroes
.j md whites by removing a source!
i as nrver-ending ftiction.' 4
But Supt. Patterson is against
•n xm;: their white words w ith col-j
i ti sr L vrrhout the “graduai- i
! approach. She said she had
■\'o if.lv into account the possible I
j 7 ,r - -judiccs of white girls commuted
;to the institution. Half of the gitis
it ihc school are colored,
DEATHS & FIAFRAI.S \
Je:-j)i Saucer, a taxi cab driver
f the United Cab Company, died
II suddenly at 404 Atlantic Avenue
i "'here h-- vras rooming Thursday!:
j August nth.
The funeral wa-s held at Stokes
. i Funeral Home. He v.*a*. buried in
S Tarboro. Mrs. Verier Smith, dough - 1:
‘hr of Mrs. Willie -Vri'cliiSg rjj jfie ■
■ ' Alb-miarfi- Avenu . and Mrs W 1
'i A. March:, !3 are vi citing Mrs. V
' ■ 7, itch, ii and fumiij'. Mrs SdjJ'li L A
from Newark N. J. and Mrs. Mar
- [shall is from East Orange, N. J. !v
AKA TO MARK
BUFFALO, N. Y (ANP) — Al
pna Kappa Alpha sorority will j
vli brale it*- 40th anniversary in |
Fulhci A MF. Cliui ch hr i • Sept
52, with 0 public meeting spon !
! spu d i. . graduate chapter Gam
nia Phi Omega and undergiadu- !
ate chapter Gamma lota. Princi
pal speaker at the meeting will ;
or* the national basileus, Mrs.
E.lna Qv-er Gray.
In preparation for the event, ;
the sorority recently merged it.
non-partisan count il on public '
■ affairs into the American Council
on Human rights, sponsored by
Six Greek letter orpaizations. in!
‘ Du; t to pro. Ktr for a broid
’ u- ep! I and c up< ;..
Ccrnmittr-es of both chanters
I.e al.eacF> ut *,*; kto ni.,tre tlir
viruversa’-y celebration a mcm
,-icr"«ior. In addition, the
scroniv will present the s2oo'
: scholarshio we; by Miss Berna- ;
: dine Williams -f Marten Fork
High school nt the meeting.
9F4PORT SFI'N AS
MTJt FOR Fi l l RF
ac; ABABA Ethiopia fANP' I
r-ih-no-• like other notions of j
', i e• •* to reenvn ,
- n the ravages cf Word War I) •
Fh Fkc many of the other eoun- 1
j nr !r a ever this African nation i
4 cods an eutief to the ocean before ;
t can ever consider itself an i n . j
•'■ ■ d-”.' n.-’to:, L nuts! ml |
:: ■ f m.-itu medieval customs j
‘ 1 educate j's people to !!,e mod-'
| ‘ 1 of living
of h - •• ■•".>•!; down ma-,
;!' 1 U- iv dui ir - the r ,-t war Ed,..!
■ :v t-niit tip niavnallv Tiv- ■
I -' jin Out many new roads and'
■,”N: n bn idir.gc Unfortunately,
hr j-ouii” v w';- almost destroyed |
-•’’ill.'s I*- 1 can-:* neariy all cl
' ■ ediir.?:- 7 vour.g people were;
k’Hcd if bv rh*- ft r; -
One cf the few L.rward i,v km
.j.'-au of ’hr..- 1 ation i it ; - ruler. Fin
in'; Ha;!. Sei.i ■ I*. who i.opes !
|tr correct the need: of his country. |
He ii: anah—fd most a! his ns-,
n*.*t, : needs very well, and ’c*;.n-
Mn-is an out].*: m Ihe -pa block -1
ft bv 1 til’ erstwhile Italian colon- 1
;es of Eritrea and Italian Scroui
i.ind. one . f Lis count: Y's greater
Ur’ ~ Hr • aid
E.thicpia will he independent
n rvine . ly -'o long as sn- i- jk- |
ed ni without an ntlet tc the
■>ur claim to the ftalisn colonies is!
! - w-o'unaLi--. rcnnwmi.-Mi
* I' If Y- - * ■ ,
• ■ i.witiii-i .-xi-t t.- incmselve- i
Thrv must L-e reunited to Ethiopia. M
1 ' • L-. . f Kiiu ‘t. eJ* ;hal j
dir, country cannot complete its j
e ’-construction ihr&uch if own re- !
tourcec alone To help fiij ti,e eau |
r *at* c;.a 1 J .i cd ,f has imp..,, lea
feafiiors lii.rn Atiit: ~, ij 1 ;st B |. (
im India and other rouiinir*
ilc has taken funds (~.m In *i |
per- 'is! treasures to finance new ]'
■h> (; N- vei "t eless educatiof;- is j
dd! *i! us i • :rrij).v -tage m this east 1
t r n.a.uy mcdeivai .-nstitutionr \
f hi t ition have .-Tensed down
i.e nnpeicir s program lor pi oaress j
'n- ugh .‘us power •- given as ab !
•oiui. He cannot afford to change !
• 1 cop-d historical tradition of cen-!
!i ii ics hi a tc v in,-.met l and have
-h< c’v.tui accepted fc; tht people
Tivr. 1- no such thing a*; wes
tern dc-mocracj here, and the err.
pm or i - rot a despot either.
But to act lie must change each
‘hn,. a- tbs deep-rooted ccr,<ser
vat ism ot the Fthi.-piap church and
the traditional activities of t.’.c la
, :i CMcitar;-! and racial minorities
Even the capital city is confront
ed ' 'u v h’-rast Pel ween the mod
ern j> 1 .-it and th. medieval part
But ihc ; c-pic who knov. the em-
P"t-i iiivi- that he it a man who
. . - ; ' me t„ sec 1. pr. gre--: and
- ! *nd it for his country despite the
fr.:>n’, .u.-1 icics facing him.
World s Bigjicsi Local
FJccts Negro Head At
$5,000 \early Salary
DETROIT 1A VP, A \>-
gre was ejected last week as
-ecretary of the world’s large t
Iftcai union William Mood 37,
<itt rated liitumßent William
!f>tinso!i, tot tile. Sli.OiiO a yeai
post vvith Ford local tiOti United
An o Worker of America, flO
He was sworn into office
August 8 at the general council
meeting H* is the third Negro
to hold this post in Inrat (108.
He i‘ married and ha* two chit
dreii l« union activity he ha
been a dclptra e to the jtetrnral
rounci 1 (if the locaS financial
■cere tar j oi his unit for three
years, member ot tin Kuii.l
ing > vectitivc board and a
member of the 1 iAVY eomen- ;
lion education conimtttce.
Mb Mary Writtht nf 327 Wood- 1
lar.d Avi'iitu 1 . recently visited!
’■ Bssi.iii'Mr: Saltimore, erid New!
Turk, nccompanmg her w*,- Miss \
Willi; B JOL -.«• of liti oily. The trip!
was very s-njoyabie. She has re
turned home after a most piieastmt
BIAS IN MISS. VETS
HOSPITAL FACILIT Y
JACKSON Mi- . 1 ANP) 0p.,-!
I and flagnuit disci-iminatiuri is prac
, ticed against eight Negro cs - , <
ivicemcn employed ut tin v<u an
administration hospital l„;re
Though th f. are civil service i-m
ployes. these workers aie not yiv-
An the same benefits ot ,vc,i.: ,
conditions as are the white em
; Their job classifications aie itiat
; or porters, engaged in cleaning,
mopping and waxing floors and
jCoriidors and filling watei bottles
~ -uus ovcu.pnu by the VA.
hough they have t work at
nr. Saturdays and even
Sundays, they receive no ever
workers are given lirne
rod a half r 1 overtime Tin Negro
I employes receive oniy ccmpcnsa
. lot v tune —a day oit for Saturday
ior Sunday work only.
Another example of the discrim
ination being practiced was shown
a t hen two of the porters sustained
v CMC b- mg hurt quite sei -
i tously while at work. Neither was
■ 41-aii teci sick leave and both were
j forced to take annual leave. One
! * lhe injured men did not have
" ’’ 'h annual leave to cover hi*
period cf absence, so he ,-a.* p.u !
i «- «ng ''absent on leave i
The situation is one that needs ■
, correcting by the U S. Civil Set--!
.... ii.„im-Mon in Washington.!
! whose chairman is Mrs. Frances
For .Smal l lii-li Styled
* Die<ses » Suits
* Underwear @ Spcrt&wear
* Coats » Handbags
* Children’s Wear
■ Ciamor Shop—Rc-ky Maunt
KING OF THE
128 E THOMAS ST
THE MOil MODERN SPOT IN EASTERN CAROLINA
CHIB PONCE! AN A
246 PARK AVE. ROCKY MOUNT. N. C.
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WEEK ENDING SATURDAY AUGUST 11, 194 K
; kin;. .'■rn:v )i(?ad of the V. >'■,
O' pai InuTi! ol labor. She ajid Mr;:.
ill K Deers. ihainnar, , r the
ißaiit vetoian; commit let hold
i upotations as being vigorous op
fMAV AM) GORHAM
152 TAR BOKO Si RTF I
PKKSi till' f ION DRUGGISTS
Agnes' Beaut\ Salon
013 WEST GAY 'STREET
FOR SC n Mu It t ARE Ol
HA IK VN I« SCAM'
MISS AGNES I ANE, Prop.
Cho Stoic That Brough. Prices !
Down in Rocky Mount
SEI F-SfcE VIC E
2U9 SOUTH MAIN STREET
• t -t To Whaicy iun.ituic Co.
WHITE FRONT MARKET
GROCERIES. MEATS. ICE
CREAM. SOFT DRINKS
516 GAY STREET
R. M GAYNOR. Prop.
DRY < i.FAKERS
a:: gay STREEP
ilei cfal Drv Cleaning. Yf.it
Slocking, pit iur. While l Wait
CASH AND CARRY
Alexander Williams, Prop
Free Estimates Complete
F. I. LOWE
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