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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 February 1941

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CA; QUEEN CITY Mrs. Frank Furry, Editor Rev. L. L. Burkhalter delivered a forceful sermon Sunday morn- ing on "Antidote for War." He held out, through the scriptures, encouragement and hope in the face of existing world-wide doubt and confUBion. He pointed out that neither war, peace treaties, league of nations nor disarmament would ever abolish war; the only antidote for war being universal Christian- ity; devoted service and strenuoup activity on the part of all Chris- tians of all nations. Rev. Burkhalter's subject for the evening service was "Holy Spirit and Non-Christians." Here, he ex- plained a way to a great extent, the mystery surrounding this subject in the minds of many. .In closing, he referred to the great and last invitation of the Spirit as set forth in Rev. 22:17. Thursday Club:— The Thursday Club met with Mrs. E. E. Griffin, February 6th. After disposal of business, a varied program was presented. The club ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 February 1941

Valentine Party at Atlanta Garden Club Indian Hills Country Met Friday Club Thursday Night A most enjoyable meeting: of the There will be a Valentine supper Garden dub was held in the homt party at the Indian Hills Country of Mrs. A. W. Kennedy, on th Club, Thursday evening at 7:4o Shreveport highway. Mrs. J. W o'clock in honor of the new mem- Harreil and Miss Mae Pnoe wer> bent. j co-hostesses. Later there will be a nkkel'xiian The spacious reception room dance. All old and new members w^^e attractively decorated wit are urged to attend. r>owls and vase* of red japonic: • •• <arrying the valentine motif- Li | tie Miss Sallie Kennedy greet* | the guests at the door, with miniature corsage. The Woman's Society erf Chris- Mrg Ellington> presi<1ed over tl tian Service of the Methodist ijUKjnegg session. She exteiuied i church met Monday at 3 p. m. for j vitationg for several Garden Pj its regular weekly meeting m the grjmages and Flower shows, a Educational building. urg...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 February 1941

THURSDAY, FERRUARY 13, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ® • l#> o Atlanta H. S. Invited to Attend Speech Tournament COMMERCE, Texas — Students of Atlanta High School interested in debate, extempore speaking, or declamation contests have been in- vited to attend the initial Texas high school speech tournament at East Texas State Teachers College on February 21 and 22, Chairman Maude B. Webster stated. PARENTS IJRGEI) TO CONFER WITH TEACHERS By Principal Are you pleased with your child's school work? If not, visit his teachers and talk it over. This is the advice Principal P. F. Allen gives to parents of students who have not come up to all expec- tations. "Some trait or habit of the child may be brought out in the conver- sation that will greatly aid the teacher or the parent in under- standing the 'why' of a pupil's fail- ure or his conduct," Mr. Allen said. He stated that teachers and authori ties are always especially eager to talk with the parents of pup...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 February 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1941 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARKELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postofflce In Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Office 209 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year $1 SOOne Year ...... $1.00 Six Months l.OOSix Months 75 Three Months .GSThree Months .50 WRIGHT PAT M AN,';S^^" WEEKLY NEWS LETTER CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS IC *1 '' '* I 'm Lend-Lease Bill:— The House of Representatives has spent teveral weeks giving al- most undivided attention to what is know as the Lend-Lease Bill. The opposition contended that it gives the President entirely too much power. The fact is that the President has more power now under the Con stitution than any Congress would probably give an Executive by law. It came about this way. The Fra- mers of the United States Consti- tution p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 February 1941

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THI? i. KIDNAP MURDER fy S.S.Van Dine <fj AUTOCAS-..EK cient evidence of this, with its let- ters and words painstakingly cut out and all neatly pasted on a piece of disguised paper." "The criminal undertaking as you call it, need not necessarily have been prepared very far in ad- vance," objected Markham. "Kas- par would have h H time to do his THIRD INSTALLMENT SYNOPSIS During the night Kaspar Rent- ing was kidnapped. Philo Vance with District Attorney Markham go to the Renting home there to meet Sergeant Heath of the Homi- cide Bureau. Renyon Renting and Mrs. Renting, the wife and brother of the kidnapped man. Present, al- so is Eldridge Fleel, the Renting family attorney. The first evidence casts some doubt as to the genu- ineness of the crime. Vance exam- ines Weems, the Renting butler. Now go on with the story NO DOWN Payment ON FHA LOANS FOR PAINTING PAPERING REMODELING YOUR PLACE 36 Months to P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 13 February 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS STATE Theatre "YOUR FRIENDLY THEATRE" Friday, Family Day, February 14 Kids 5c Till 4 ;30 — Adults 10c Day or Night illHAH®®!' Alice FAYE-Don AMEQHE Henry FONDA * Edward ARNOLD Saturday, February 15 2—BIG FEATURES—2 10c and 15c Till 5:30 p. m. mrr Charles $f Ji M mo Night 10c and 25c Plus Tax JOHN HUBBARD and WENDY BARRIE in "Who Killed Aunt Maggie" Saturday night, Preview Only, February 15 Admission 10c and 25c Plus Tax vL Sunday - Monday, February 16 -17 Admission 10c and 25c Plus Tax AN EPIC Oh' COURAGE... a saga of a nation's birth Errol FLYNN-Olivia de HAVILLAND Raymond Massey • Ronald Reagan • Alan Hale Tuesday, February 18 Admission 10c and 25c Plus Tax CAN A DOCTOR BELIEVE A WOMAN IN LOVE? DrKtldaei's 0W&i an M-Q-M picnjRE with Lew AYRES • Lionel BARRYMORE • Laraine DAY • Robert YOUNG Wednesday - Thursday, February 19 - 20 Admission 10c and 25c Plus Tax The FOREMOST ACTRESS in FILMS if* & \,W ....in her most magnifice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 February 1941

Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR The Citizens journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1941 Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Uuy at Home! NUMHEIi SEVEN POULTRY IMPROVEMENT MEETING SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, FEB. 25 3 A meeting will be held Tuesday, February 25, at 2 p. m., at the farm home of C. E. Livingston for the purpose of discussing and demonstrating some of the com- mon poultry problems and prac- tices concerning the farm poultry- man. The Livingston farm is lo- cated 8 miles from Atlanta on the ~X Douglassville highway. J, At this meeting, selecting and ' grading hatching eggs, incubating and brooding, feeding and housing, will be discussed. A demonstration will be given on controlling lice on chickens. If this meeting is well attended and considerable interest is shown probably a "Better Poultry Pro- gram Club" will be organized and regular meetings held alternately with me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 February 1941

■NT %&■' . ■ THE CITIZENS. JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS AMI NEWS Had a good attendance at Sun- day School. Everyone come next Sunday, our pastor will be with us. Come to prayer meeting Saturday night, Mrs. Witt Griffin will lead. Mr. and Mrs. Seldon Betts, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stuckey and son Mrs. Witt Griffin and daughter Ruby Lee and Mrs. Fannie Har buck attended Sunday School at Blaylock Sunday afternoon and were disappointed in not having Bro. Joe Griffin preach for us. Remember the Bible class each Wednesday afternoon. Come, We need you. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dupree visited in the L. R. Foster home at Blalock Sunday. Barney Buckner of Ft. Worth visited a while Tuesday night in the Witt Griffin, S. B. Griffin and Jimmie Wilson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stuckey spent Sunday in the J. S. Betts home. Misses Doris and Dorothy Stone spent Wednesday night with Ruby Lee Griffin. A. Q. and D. G. Maloney of Gil- mer and Mrs. Myrtle Fields visited in the Witt Griffin home Satur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 February 1941

f c thtlrsn*" 1 thursday, february 20, 1041 the citj^^m® trxttrnal, att.anta, cass county texas / n-v- . ^itiz«nrf, atlan.'/a4- ' ■J= i 1 I i { I * i ' L •i mp ■ *!• ffl w ' to the bottom in our store—wide February Clearanc 3 Sale ««wiSr3ifw' WW?; WIDE ASSORTMENT OF Pictures & Mirrors Offered at Sacrifice Prices. Come in early while our selections are complete! We have just the one you've been wishing for— 49c up Refrigerators , l!c(lr!Kini, Si|(-;cials O 4-piece Walnut Bedroom Suite, m< In order to clear the floor to make room for the 1941 models, we are of fering the following Specials: 1940 Philco Conservador Refrigera- tor, 6-foot box, regular price $239.50, One only, now— 4-piece Walnut Bedroom Suite, mod- ern in every detail, (one only) was $169.50, now— $119.50 5-piece Walnut Suite, (one only) was $129.50, now— $149.50 $99.50 1940 Frigidaire, 6-foot de luxe model (one only) was $195.00, now— 4-piece Walnut Suite, (one only) was $119.50, now— $149.50 1940 Frigidaire, 6-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 February 1941

Tli ■7 One Six M Three — AI\ Ha, day i Sundi Com night, Mr. and ? Mrs. Ruby buck Blayli were Bro. , lie) Wedn need Mr. visite Blaloi Bai visite the V Jimm Mr spent home. Mis spent Lee C A. mer i in th< afteri R< Fre V H THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, PASS COUNTY, TEXAS TflfcrCll'lfcENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, FtyRITARY 20, 1941 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1941 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 lay Study Ellington was lursday Study n her home on colored spring he living room, ug in the large <• added to the occasion, ■s, president, held session at which cussed plans for lattie Loyd Woot- Atlanta March 27 be invited to hear who is a charming , leader for a program Southwest, discussed ern and the Grand le Colorado. These ■e discovered by Jim saw millions of Bats ?ir way upward in a d cloud from the caves, -iverns are made :sion of National ides, starting at iches are served at he spacious subter- room. e in the caverns is ahrenheit throughout is is one of the gre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 February 1941

THIJWSB' THURSDAY "BRU , TO U>"v~- 1 RUARY 20, 1941 Valentine Party On Vulentine afternoon nineteen forty-one The Linden W. S. C. S. had a bushel of fun; With the Easterlings in Atlanta on "Willis Hill," Really and truly each one got a thrill. We had planned to'keep our com ing a surprise But a little bird flew over and opened their eyes; So they got busy giving their home a festive air, With sweet spring flowers just everywhere. t Mrs. Ellington gushed: All these outside a florist shop! Mrs. Farmer said: Now, Sister, it is time to stop. Mrs. Easterling said: About flow ers, let's not words banter, Just remember, we have lovely friends in Atlanta. Soon we were seated in a circu- lar line, And the postman brought each a Valentine; Representing sentiment, mild comic and a lolly-pop, But, through it all, love went over top. t I Mrs. Farmer gave a practical" talk on Love The Spiritual kind coming only from above We were glad of Bro. Easter- ling leading our prayer And feeling that we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 February 1941

mWr i rr l. _ r; i " L — 1 \ V" "%■* ■t ■— THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS \ -— —■■■- 1 . " 1 ^ ^ ' iak.m • iWtiXrrnZEjkS, JOURNAL, ATLANia, COUNTY, One Bix H Thrca d2 Hi day Sunt Cor nigh M and M rs. Rub buel Blaj wen Bro R We<| nei visi' Blal B visi the Jim 1 spe hon I spe Le< J me in aft ,S IN METHODISM tiling to all to be used y offering, totalitarian, ggested fig- iven in con- Jering, do not astor has taken cracy. Our Bisli- suggested amount 3, an I our district f, given a suggest ch church. So I jested amount to ien the suggestion .civ up until we have on dollars which Metho o give to a world lost of war. ill possible by the , your church will :iate your making in the amount sug- , very small amount in every case. But amount is small do s unimportant. It mrticular contribu- ach our goal. is important from e" up and down, taking event; for Let's show a it of sympathy ■ward tM' ■world ►o droj, loving h hies of dis- tead of bombs. nobilizing for a ing. Ta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 February 1941

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Ml w. KIDNAP MUR1IE1/1, S.S. Van Dino ' O AUTOCASYEK m 5 ■ FOURTH INSTALLMINT During the night Kaspar Renting <vas kidnapped, Philo Vance, with District Attorney Markham go to the Renting home there to meet Sergeant Heath of the Homicide Uureau, Kenyon Renting and Mrs. Renting, the brother and wife of the kidnapped man. Present also is Eldridge Fleel, the Renting family attorney. The first evidence casts some doubt as to the genuineness of the crime. Vance examines Weems, the Renting butler. Now Go On With The Story "I'm beginning to see what you mean, Vance," Markham said. "Just a moment, Markham, old dear. If it had been Raspar that Mrs. Renting heard at six o'clock he would hardly have had time be- fore he scooted off at his wife's knock to collect his comb and tooth brush and pajamas. Why should the chappie have bothered to take them, in the first place ? True, they are things he could well make us...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 20 February 1941

tm ■ , THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS , 1 1 I i 1 * J DOUGLASSVILLE Mrs. Jim McCoy Jack Willis of Birmingham, Ala., spent last week with his father, Dunn Willis. Crossley Willis of Camp Bowie, Brownwood, visited Saturday and Sunday of last week at home. Charles H. Griffin has organized a Boys Scout Troop here. The boys sponsored a pie supper at the audi- torium last Friday night. Mrs. 0. O. McBride had charge of the pro- gram, after which the pies were auctioned off by "Skeet" McBride. The proceeds of this are to go to build a cabin. The W. S. C. S. met Monday af- ternoon with 15 members present. The Bible study was presented by Rev. Day after which Mrs. B. W. Swint gave several short topics from The Methodist Woman." Busi ness discussions were directed by Mrs. J. C. Morris. Our community deeply sympa- thizes with Mrs. D. B. Lancaster in the loss of her father on Mon- day of last week. Mr. Neal had been in ill health for some time.1 Mrs. Lancaster accompanied by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 February 1941

o (♦ Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YEA| Cass County Re^ Call No. 8 For A call for nine negroes been received by the Catj Local board. This call ed with volunteers as hav^ calls heretofore. The me for this call are as folk Ed. Haskins Jr., Lee I Exwell Welles, Arthur Ju son, Jimmie Lee Green, Givins Jr., Bland Field Alvin Love, Maurice Grije Eighteen white men we the Induction Station vi chartered bus, February colored men will be induct day, March 1. Selectees Entertained Each group of men in will ^e served a good m« they board the bus for D luncheons are served in I room of the George Hot last minute instructions i and appropriate talks a Friends or relatives may the boys if they pay for 1 meals. Patriotic Spirit Shown Lee Warren, chief clerl local board advises that u 171 men have volunteered one years training, which 1 is a record unsurpassed board or county of like s states the board still has Colored volunteers and 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 February 1941

I I i The Citizens Journal (Pounded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered t the Postoltlce In Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Iiaued Thursday of each week. Office 200 East Hiram 8treet—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year __ ll.SOOnc Year —^ <100 Six Months 1 00Six Months Three Mouths .SSThree Months 75 .60 It QUEEN CITY Mrs. Frank Furry, Editor Baptist Service.— Quoting Romans 7:7 and Gala- tians 5:17, Rev. L. L. Burkhalter spoke on the clashing of the good arid evil within us. The writer gathered from the sermon that by recognizing and admitting the evil ter.uency we may, by divine help and guidance direct and current our lives toward righteousness rather than sin. Another point was that we should diligently search the scriptures for their relative values in order to gain a clearer, broader conception of the teaching of the Bible. tian Service met at the church with nine members ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 February 1941

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS o 0 KIDNAP MIME ^ S.S.Vaia Din*? <?J AUTOCASTEK o FIFTH INSTALLMENT Synopsis During the night Raspar Rent- ing was kidnapped. Philo Vance with District Attorney Markham go to the Renting home there to meet Sergeant Heath of the homi- cide Bureau, Renyon Kentnig and Mrs. Renting, the brother and wife of the kidnapped man. Present also is Eldridge Fleel, the Renting law- yer of the Renting family. The first evidence casts some doubt as to the genuineness of the crime. Vance examines Weems the Rent- ing butler. Further search shows that Raskar probably did not go down the ladder found outside of the house. Vance reexamines Ren- yon Renting. Now go on with the story Renyon Renting fidgeted a bit and shifted his position in the chair. He did not answer at once. But at length he said in a half- hearted tone "I would prefer not to go into that, inasmuch as I re- gard it as a personal matter, and I cannot see ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 February 1941

. " ' ' '' \ - , ^ y,.. '' THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS = THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1945 1 ' 'I 1 MMr4 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Open House Held For New Married Couple On Sunday, February 23, from 3 until 6 o'clock, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson held open house in their lovely spacious home on the Queen City highway, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClung, who were married on February 15. Co-hosts were Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Hanner and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oakes. Beautiful spring flowers of yel- low and white were arranged about the living room, where guests were greeted by Mr. John Thompson and received by Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClung, Mrs. Jack Oakes, Mr. Joe McClung Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rogers, the bride's parents. They were invited into the living room by Mrs. Jack Oakes and Miss Ruth McClung. The table was laid with a beautiful cut-work cloth and centered with white narcissus and yellow jonquils in lovely antique pine-apple glass. Candle...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 February 1941

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS o t Charles Mitchell's Orchestra Here Friday The ministers of Atlanta are do- ing a noble work, but we are the SOLE Savers—Nelson Shoe Shop. Mrs. H. T. Ward has returned home after visiting friends and re- latives in Hope, Ark. Mrs. A. F. Heket, formerly Mrs. Jack Seagroves, of Amarillo and Mrs. Posey of Elk City, Okla., spent last week in the L. M. Sea- groves and H. C. Mays home. Mrs. Alma Gugitte of Dallas spent the week-end in the home of her mother Mrs. 0. L. Johnson. Mrs. J. W. Nichols returned home last Friday after a two weeks visit with relatives in Tipton, Okla., Mineral Wells, Weatherford and Ft. Worth, Texas. Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Owens of San Augustine announce the birth of a daughter, Jane Eliztbeth, Sun day, February 23, 1941, weighing TVs lbs., at the Memorial hospital, Jasper, Texas. Mr. Elton Pritchard underwent si major operation Wednesday, Febru ary 19, 1941 in the Brooks Clinic. He is r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 27 February 1941

St ■?.$& Jr ' trfr r" ■I •' ■ '• mj£ THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1945. HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM I Hf.; I i H I March, April and May have been designated as Church Loyalty months. We begin on this Sunday to turn our thoughts to what it means to be loyal. It is the hope of the church that during these three months each of our members will come to wear a new and bright er robe of Christian interest and activity. What is the schedule of events? This week the teachers in our church school are studying the Spiritual truths which Undergird Worship. We are seeking to pre- pare ourselves to do a better job at the work of teaching growing minds through a growing apprecia- tion and use of worship. Next Sunday we will make our Compassion Day offering. The mite is more important than the million in the sight of God. The mite is al- ways consecrated. The million sel- dom is. The mite has done more to to redeem the world than the mil- lions. The mit...

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