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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 June 1941

THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS WR I'GHT PAT MAN 'S /ru -,u WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — I Trainees The strength of our armed force is 1,418,000. Of this number 900,- 000 are trainees. The President cannot keep the trainees in service longer than one year unless Con- gress should change the law. At this time, it is not contemplated that the law will be changed, since the authorities would like to see as many men given a year's training is possible; therefore, they expect replace the 900,000 trainees , - vho are serving now with 900,000 W' /"new ones when the year expires. ' The President can, by Executive 1 Order, retain the National Guard in service at the expiration of one year; this, he is likely to do. The registration July 1st will bring un der the jurisdiction of the Selec- tive Training and Service Act about 800,000 additional young men, who have reached the age of 21 since the other registration day, October 16, 1940. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 26 June 1941

c ~ i- ' . ■ ■; ■:• ■;<; -. ■ ~ ~ ;r ""' -? -■ ~~ .-"tr*"" f ' ' ' THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JUNE 26. 1941 Gordon McLendon Continued from Front Page an active land invasion. For the past six weeks, the Nazis have deL railed their air express to London undoubtedly in preparation for a long anticipated blitz against the Russians, leaving the principle Ger man attack against England on the sea. British shipping has taken some punishing blows, and, of course, cannot continue to take them at the same rate indefinitely. As was the case in the last World War the German submarine has been the most deadly weapon against the British navy, and the English are free to admit that their pro- gress against the undersea men- ace has been both slow and costly. Again, the British have known for a long time that even with Ameri-| can aid at its highest, were the Germans able to command Gibral- ter, cut the British lifeline in the Mediterranean and stop the flow of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

[(* II '9 \ Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal ■ SIXTY-SECOND YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1941 Chamber of Commerce Active The Atlanta Chamber of Com- merce asks that each person who wants work at the construction of the shell loading plant at Texark- ana, go to the State Labor office and register. From G,000 to 12,000 men will be busy for approximately one year building this plant, this labor to be drawn from Cass, Bowie and two counties in Arkansas first. You can register in Atlanta at the City Hall on Tuesday, and at Lin- den on Friday. There will be 25 small factories located on the large tracts of land that is being bought, which will work together and be known as the Lone Star Shell Load ing plant. The minimum wage has been set at 47% cents an hour. You will NOT have to join a union to work there* While it will take a year to build the plant, some of it will be ready to start operating in f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1941 A. Miles Insurance A G E N C r Fire, Tornado, Burglary, Auto Builder's Risk, Bonds MRS. RUBY ELLINGTON Atlanta —Mgr.— Texas HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM Dr. D. B. Whitehead OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SUItOEON Offlci*—Over Alexander-Hughes Residence Phone No. 343 Office Phone No. 305 Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-Hughes Office Phone 265 Residence Phone 303 "Having Wonderful Time" COSH J WHAT A VACATION CAifJ — BAIN — RAIN — 5bO M1LES TO TVt'SCEK AN' not EveN A PEEJ U'w ' I VVOTTA VACATIO M ! { ^'^6- ! MOSQUITOES, LBAKY«OOP,KARD BED, S>ELLV SWEETS, "PUMK FOOD — IKS^iNitelfiP r A.M P M. James Brooks, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON ATLANTA, TEXAS Office: Brooks Cllnlo - Day Phone 30 163 W. Grand - Night Phone 37 Rural Calls Made Day or Might ENROLL NOW! Enroll befo.-e July 1 to com- plete course by January 1, 1942 Atlanta School of Beauty Culture Phone 217 Richey Bldg. Another Independence day rolls arou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

STORY OF THE NEWLYWEDS A Romance of Atlanta Ethel, a popular socialite of a Central Virginia town, and ardent civic; graceful as a fawn; of charm ing personality, and Jack, too, a fine chap; had for some years liv- ed with the same objective, mar- riage. Finally Jack woke vrp one day and decided procrastination was the thief of time, and bliss. He pulls a fast one, proposes; is accepted and soon the newlyweds are bidding old friends adieu. The itinerary includes a visit to Atlanta, the homo of their uncle, George Jones. On arrival so pleas- ed is uncle George, that he pro- poses that if they would locate here he would build and furnish them a beautiful home and start them off in life. They accept and choose our town for their future home. Uncle George at once conducts the Newlyweds to the HOTEL ATLANTA. "This," he said, "is a hostelry of all home comforts, distinctive in its well-rounded ser- vice, noted for the excellence of its appointments and truly modern conveniences. The Hotel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1941 A. Miles Insurance A O K N C Y Fire, Tornado, Burglary, Auto Builder's Risk, Bonds MRS. RUBY ELLINGTON Atlanta —Mgr.— Texas HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM Dr. D. B. Whitehead OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office—Over Alexander-Hughes Residence Phone No. 343 Office Phone No. 305 Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-Hughes Office Phone 265 Residence Phone 302 II Having Wonderful Time" M. James Brooks, PHYSICIAN St SURGEON ATLANTA, TEXAS Office: Brooks Cllnio - Day Phone 30 163 W. Grand - Night Phone 37 Rural Calls Made Day or Night ENROLL NOW! Enroll befove July 1 to com- plete course by January 1, 1942 Atlanta School of Beauty Culture Phone 217 Richey Bid)?. Another Independence day rolls around. We are thinking a lot about freedom, and liberty, and the right to pursue happiness in these days. Things have been so nice and easy and. unfettered for us, it is hard to imagine them any other way. This is t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

^—- V-V; ■ THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1941 STORY OF THE NEWLYWEDS THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS A Romance of Atlanta Ethel, a popular socialite of a Central Virginia town, and ardent civic; graceful as a fawn; of charm ing personality, and Jack, too, a fine chap; had for some years liv- ed with the same objective, mar- riage. Finally Jack woke up one day and decided procrastination was the thief of time, and bliss. ■ He pulls a fast one, proposes; is accepted and soon the newlywcds are bidding old friends adieu. The itinerary includes a visit to Atlanta, the home of their uncle, George Jones. On arrival so pleas- ed is uncle George, that he pro- poses that if they would locate here lie would build and furnish them a beautiful home and start them off in life. They accept and choose our town for their future home. Uncle George at once conducts the Newlyweds to the HOTEL ATLANTA. "This," he said, "is a hostelry of all home comforts, distinctive in its well-rounded ser- vice...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

SDH TUB CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Zf Baptist W. M. U. F Meefs at Church Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. M. U., was hostess to the other cir- cles last Monday with a social at the church parlors. The patriotic colors of red, white ~ atid blue were carried out in the r~ baskets and vases of flowers plac- | ed at vantage points throughout the reception suite. Large flags drap ed about the room and minature ) flags on the piano further carried 1 out the motif. Mrs. H. H. Ramsey greeted *3 each guest on arrival. The meeting opened with all sing ~ ing "America", accompanied by I Mrs. Nat Hays. The Lord's pray- er was voiced in unison. A timely devotional carrying out < the theme of patriotism was beau- 1 tifully given by Mrs. T. J. Hopkins who closed with a prayer. _ A note of social interest was — brough out by Mrs. H. H. Ramsey r~ who directed the games. Mrs. Hays delighted the audience ] by reading several poems. ( Plates of delicious punch and * cookies were ser...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

, n • mi THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1941 Vacation and Rest Periods at Hand In these days of nerve strain, vacations and periods of rest be- come all the more important to the average citizen in his first de- fense duty—to keep himself fit. Vacations are now regarded by business men generally as an in- vestment. The man who boasts that he never takes a vacation will Bome day take a very long one from which he will not return. The President, in the midst of I gruelling responsibilities, has learn ed how to get away from the strain at frequent short ntervals, which mbl«d him to stand up to a| job that has wrecked the health of men who have held it. Thel average man cannot enjoy the C President's privileges, but anyone btfttio has learned the art of mental liliil physical diversion can find y •similar surcease from regular I tasks. Vacationing requires some study by each individual to find the sort of change that suits him best. Re- creation should mean literally re- creation of mental and physi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

.Ml > THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1941 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARKELL. Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second clam mail matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Office 20U East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year $1.500ne Year $1.00 Six Months .. l.OOStx Months - .75 Three Months — ..... .flSThree Months - — — .50 Marietta News T. B. Randolph ' Mr. Hoyt Boswell of ML Fleas- ! ant visited in the Harold Harty home Sunday. Independence IDay, oModern Version.^ by A. B. CHAPIN Last Sunday was spent in a very profitable way by many of our citizens. A large number of them attended Sunday School and Train- ing Union. We had lGIi in Sunday School and 55 in Training Union, two large congregations for the i two preaching services. Our Vaca- 1 tion Bible School got off to a good i start Monday morning. The follo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

/ THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1941 QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Whatcha Gonna' Be? When you get big Whatcha gonna' be? 1 say to my lad As lie climbs my knee. He says he's gonna' run A newspaper press, Or be a band leader in fancy dress*, Or sell ice cream cones, Like his playmate's dad. Ah, the plans are many Of this little lad. , The Russian lad On his daddy's knee Isn't asked: Whatcha gonna' be? It's up to the state a Which rules his life hich decides his fate; In Germany too, Where men aren't free What folly to ask Whatcha gonna' be? Oh, I'm thankful to God That in America still My little boy Can be what he will; He can choose his faith, His vocation, his all, And he knows not Of a dictators call. What a blissful joy With my lad on my knee To say, when you're big, Whatcha gonna' be? '..Mh TllK CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CABS COUNTY, TEXAS « TWNo- VA--IT'S MRS. JABBER AGAIN HOW YOU CAN SHOW ANY INTEREST IN HER GOSSIP IS BEYOND ME. OH. HUSH UP, DADDY.' s did? / I'VE JUST WATCHED ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 July 1941

Si* v: THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS *■' 'i ' THURSDAY, JULY 3, IS Press L. Henderson Dies in Texarkana Preston L. Henderson, 63, died in a Texarkana hospital, Monday, after a short illness. Funeral ser- vices Held at Wells Chapel, Tues- day, at 2:30 p.m., conducted by Rev Edgar Hamilton, assisted by Rev. E. S. Brawner, of Linden. He is survived by his wife, three sons, four daughters, two brothers and four sisters, and other rela- tives to mourn his passing. m '•ttm > Whole grain cereals cooked at home are cheaper and better for the family than the ready-to-eat breakfast foods. If fflR Eyes Your ^ Play Tricks On You! If print blurs, or you have fre- quent headaches, if you see two Images and your field of vision seems to be cut off at the sides, it's time to pay us a visit. DR.E. W.FRANKENSTEIN OPTOMETRIST ATLANTA, JULY 16-17-18-19 Feeding Dehydrated Sweet Potato Pulp Another successful feeding ex- periment can be chalked up for de- hydrated sweet potato pul...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 July 1941

1 Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ■PWHPiSrv The Citizens Journal Be Loyal to Atlant • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! HI SIXTY-SECOND YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 10,1941 Annual Mount of Blessing Camp Meeting, Aug. 7-17 The Camp Meeting on the Mount of Blessings will be held August 7-17, inclusive. It is yours to help make one of the greatest forces for good you have. Its success lies in the hands of all who have ever helped and all •^the new friends for this year. IjOk God in His Infinite Wisdom has > ^.kken many of the old members, V two outstanding workers, Sister Perdue and Brother Land, but He has left His Work here for you to continue. Rev. Kenneth Copeland of Has- kell, Texas, who was with us last year, will again have charge of the preaching. Brother Cooper will have charge of the music. It was Sister Perdue's wishes that the meetings continue to be held on the Mount of Blessings. With the pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 July 1941

' J THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941 QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor Independence Day A splendid patriotic program was given Monday by the W. S. C. S. at the home of Mrs A M John- son. Mrs. House spoke on "Our Flag," giving observance and re- specting the flag, and a story on "Independence Day." SEE US FOR INSURANCE On Farm Property, Auto- mobiles and Trucks, School Ilouses and Churches. Travelers Accident Tickets up to $5,000, 25c for 24 hrs HANNER Insurance Agency Atlanta National Bank Bldg. — . —v- The July Methodist Woman was reviewed. This magazine is our treasure house and work shop. Mrs. Johnson gave devotional "The Benefit of Silence." Tht; hostess served pretty plates to 11 members. peace in christian service. Revival Closes Last night the ten-day revival services closed with several addi- tions to tlis church. We believe that the revival spirit will continue as these days have been rich in prayer and worship services. We ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 July 1941

$ ) it THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, OASS COUNTY, TEXAS HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM The childrens division has been well directed and taught by Mrs. Franklin Allday, Mrs. Mary Coul- ter, and Miss Blanche Hornsey. Mrs. Jodie Williams teaches and directs the singing, while Dorothy Youngs is acting as secretary. Mrs Barham says that the work is mov ing along splendidly in this divis- ion and that attendance was a love ly bright spot last Sunday. We had otir third quarterly con- ference on Sunday afternoon. Mrs C. C. Holloway gave a fine report from the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Our women have done many splendid things during the past quarter. Among them: they have taken courses for credit, made a missionary contri- bution toward establishing a co- operative in. China under the lead- ership of Madam Chaing-Kai-Shek they have given the bulletin board, and their attendance record is fine We are grateful to Mrs. Holloway and to the circle chairmen Mesds. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 July 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941 Cowgill - McCutchan Nuptials July 1 Claiming interest to the many friends is the wedding on Tuesday evening, Juiy 1, at early twilight of Miss I'ansy Cowgill, daughter of Mr. J. O. Cowgill, and the late Mis. J. O. Cowgill, to Robert Lew- is McCutchan of Texarkana, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. McCut- chan Sr., Marshall, Texas. The quiet rites took place at the home of Mrs. E. M. Watts, Tex- arkana, Texas, with Dr. F. Z. Browne, pastor of the First Pres- byterian church, Fifth and Main streets, Texarkana, officiating in the double ring ceremony in the presence of a few close friends. The living room where the vows were pledged was ornamented with bouquets of summer blossoms com bined with ferns. The bride was attired in a becoming frock of navy blue alpaco, with long sleeve jacket of faille. She wore navy and white accessories and a cor- sage of pink china asters. The bride who graduated from Texarkana coll...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 July 1941

THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941 ) > M ; IJ W A Y Mrs. II. L. Hunt Rev. Day preached a good ser- mon to a large crowd Sunday. The Sunday School social Saturday night was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Joe Z. Tower and children of Beaumont ai.d niece Carolyn Ferguson of Dallus, are at the An- chorage for the summer. We are glud to have them in our commu- nity. The fourth was celebrated by family gathering* and fishing and hunting parties. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvis llogers during the week end were Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Rogers and baby and Mr. Virgil Hobbs of Beaumont, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rogers and baby, Mrs. Na- omi Anthony and children Conway and Wanda, Mrs. J. C. Hobbs, La- trice Harrison of Marietta, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClung of Linden. Those enjoying a picnic and fish fry at Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hunts the fourth were Mrs. M. J. Prator, Mrs. Lane and two sons, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Hunt and daughter of Texarkana, Mr. and Mrs. I'ruitt Cameron and son Rob, Mr. and Mrs Fred .Cameron and so...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 July 1941

—— ____ ~— — — =55 | i® Citizens Journal THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ' ■— THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941 Marietta News T. B. Randolph (Founded 18TO) .J. W. HARRKLL, Editor and Publisher Bntered at the Pos toff ice In Atlanta, Texas, aa second clasa mall matter. Isaued Thursday of each week. Offlc« 209 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year 1.500no Year *1 00 Bu Months , I.OOSix Montlii .18 - Three Months .65Three Months 50 A. L. Mahaffey of Natchitoches, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Aldredge, of Linden. Mrs. W. R. Wommack was call- ed to San Antonio because of her father's illness and death. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Wommack re- turned from Glen Rose, Sunday. Mr. Lon has been there for treat- ment. He is much improved. Lon Bohannon went to Glenn Rose last Friday for treatment. Visitors in Mrs. Ouida Milner home for the week end were B. D Beasley and Miss Helen Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Ocie Anthony a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 July 1941

THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Mir.' ! |v It i 1 DUNLArS JULY CLEARANCE §> I B ■ OPENING DATE WEDNESDAY JULY 9TH SHOP DUNLAP'S WITH CONFIDENCE Miens Broadcloth SHORTS July Clearance 12c Mens Fine Knit COTTON VESTS July Clearance 12c Mens 19c Mercerized ANKLETS July Clearance ] ()c COTTON STAMPS WORTH 100 Cents ON THE Dollar IN TRADE FOR COTTON GOODS HERE I Merchandise! HEIGHT . OF THE SEASONS STYLES AT THE END OF SEASONS PRICES! Widely advancing wholesale markets and extreme uncer- tainty of deliveries, combine to make this a BUY opportunity not likely to be matched. J Men's $2.48 Values in DRESS OXFORDS July Clearance $1.98 IK Mens Short sleeves closed Clearance /<& > Men's $2.48 Value Retan or Elk Work Shoes July Clearance $1« Matched KHAKI SUITS Sanforized Vat Dyed July Clearance Pants $1.09 - Shirts 98c - Suit $2-05 Matched SLUB SUITS July Clearance u ■ Pants 98c - Shirt 98c - Suit $1-95 $2.00 W0MENSPLAYSHOES Gay Colors—Tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 July 1941

.-•'v v.* N.V<iiiSy&.. ■ .'•'"./v, •; MV$$' >".;: I' •:-, J&&A&MZI. m V vi V ••' —V "t - -•; ;. ■••■"• . • V*"jr" a THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1941 :WRIG HT:n PATMAN,S:^|^ WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN ~ TEXAS — Huge Texarkana Projects The Texarkana Shell Loading Plant will cost $45,500,000, and is located about six iniles West of Texarkana in Bowie County. The area involves 25,480 acres, ap- proximately 410 tracts, consisting of farm lands, subsistence home- steads, pasture, five churches and urban dwellings of parts of two small towns. There are also three cemeteries, but no school buildings were found in the site. The ceme- teries and churches will be moved to new locations satisfactory to the people; allowances will be made for new crops now in the fields and every means will be adopted to in- sure that there will be no disloca- tion of the lives of these people, who are asked to give up their homes in the inter...

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