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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 August 1941

THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1941 TODAY and fOMOwaw' THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS * WANK PARKER STOCKBRID6E EUROPE - - . disturbances It is hard for most Americans to figure out what lies back of the disturbances in Europe. There is no simple, single answer, but a great deal of friction between na- tions on the Continent traces back to ancient racial hatreds. We think that we have a lot of racial fric- tion in America, but we manage ,to live in peace with each other be- cause we all speak the same lan- guage, wear the same clothes, eat the same food and drive the same cars. On the whole, we are all on pretty much the same economic level; and we have learned in 300 years of living together, to respect each others' rights and tolerate each others' racial eccentricities. In Europe there is a much great- er number of races and each race tries to dominate the country in which most of its people live, and keep all other races from having any say in public affairs. The mi- no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 August 1941

-• 4 fi MP! .'?X ' 'W1 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY. TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1941 HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM "mir II iii •' Religion must be brought down out of the clouds and be made to work for troubled souls. Man breathes and eats instinc- tively, but he must be taught how to pray. "Lord teach us how to pray." Most people are not better than they are because their pray- ers have never gotten beyond the begging stage. They want God to reverse all the law and order that he has built into the world, just so they can become a favorite step- child for a moment. Adam and Eve did not abide by the discipline imposed in the garden of Eden be- cause they knew not how to pray. Jesus Christ imposed the discipline of God upon His life in the gar- den of Gethsemane, because he did know how to pray. "Not my will, but thine." This prayer must come to the life of our world if we would know peace. You can't drink the devils brew, without helping to brew the de- vil's stew. Often the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 August 1941

THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY "Ibxas "Si'. HUF FINES KEBA FA YE MOORE, Reporter Mr. Lewis Hogue has recently bought the A. A. Itosser cafe. He will be expecting • all of his old friends. Miss Josephine McCoy spent the week-end with Reba Faye Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Thornhill spent the week-end with her sister in Howie county. Mr. John .Dee, R. B. Dee 'and Mrs. Mildred Hays are visiting their aunt and sister, Mrs. Lina. Mr. and Mrs. Judge Crow visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim- mi c D. Parnell. We are sincerely glad to have Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Adams in our community. Since our preacher was absent from church Sunday, ]iro. Adams preached a very nice sermon. We are very sorry to have Mrs. L. S. Hill on the sick list. We hope her a speedy recovery. We are sorry to report Mr. Bob McDuffie is in a very serious con- dition. Hoping he will be well soon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rainey, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rainey visit ed their parents Mr. and Mr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 14 August 1941

IPF.MfSili^i THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS WORLD NEWS OF THE WEEK SHOUT CHOP IS FORECAST WASHINGTON, Aug. 8—The ag riculture department today fore- cast this year's cotton crop at 10,- 817,000 bales of BOO pounds gross weight in its first official estimate this season, based on conditions existing August 1. The indicated production com- pares with 12,566,000 bales pro- duced last year, 11,817,000 two years ago and an average of 13,- 457,000 in the 10 years ending in 1938. m mt • STEVENSON HINTS DATE FOIi SPECIAL SESSION AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 8—Gov. Coke Stevenson today agreed that Sept. 9 might be an awful good date for the start of a special ses- sion of the legislature. The session would concern en- actment of a state road bond as- sumption law, a question left un- settled by the recent general ses- sion and recognized by the gover- nor as a serious problem. STATE HAS BIGGEST DEFICIT IN HISTORY The State treasury advised Coke Stevenson when he moved into the gov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 August 1941

iff ■m jt SECOND ANNUAL RODEO IN ATLANTA OCTOBER 17 - 18 AND 19 Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! .SIXTY-SECOND YEAR Red Cross Organize For County Drive Earl E. Dombross, field repre- sentatives of the American Nation- al Ked Cross, met with a group of Cass county citizens in Atlanta Monday alternoon and completed the Red Cross set up for the com- ing year. Dr. Joe D. Nichols again accepted the county chairman's duties. Other chairmen of the coun ty organization are: Disasters James McCoy. Home Service: Oval Harden. First Aid: J. Lee Soward. Jr. Red Cross: Mrs. S. B. Cul- pepper. Roll Call: Robert Salmon. Defense: D. H. Boon. Public Information: D. P. Har- rell. Treasurer: J. E. Manning. Mrs. Ed Mears was elected as Chapter Secretary. The annual Red Cross Roll Call is scheduled to start Armistice Day Nov. 11 and continue through No- vember. The needs of the Red Cross are greater than ever and the county quota has been set at| .$1,250.00. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 August 1941

The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879> J. W. HARRELL. Editor and Publisher Entered at the Postoffioe In Atlanta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Office 209 East Hiram Street—Phone No. HI SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable In Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year ll.ftOOne Year — $100 Six Months l.OOSlx Months — -75 Three Months ~ .flSThroe Months — Wright pat man WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEHAS — ' Synthetic Rubber Synthetic rubber is reported by many experts to be much better than virgin rubber. The base for synthetic rubber is petroleum. Texas, and especially East Texas, and 1 personally believe Northeast Texas, would be an ideal location for a Government synthetic rubber plant. It is estimated that it will require $200,000,000 to build and equip a plant that will be sufficient to meet what is thought to be the coming rubber shortage. Small Business It is evident that small manufac- turers and small business generall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 August 1941

msB i «) THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, GA&S COUNTY, TEXAS McLEOD NEWS J. 11. Walker, Reporter Miss Bonnie Marie Barrilbeaux, of McLeod and Mr. Glen W. Rig- gin were quietly married at a sol- emn ceremony in the old cathedral rectory, Natchitoches, La., on Au- gust 6th, Rev. Joseph M. Higgin- botham, an uncle of the bride of- ficiating. Miss Velma Barrilleaux, sister of the bride and Mr. Meridith Cra- vens, of Little Rock, were respec- tively maid of honor and best man. Mr. and Mrs. Rlggins left im- mediately for Birmingham, Ala., where they will make their home. Both are graduates of Louisiana State Normal College. Rev. Joseph Marion Biggin- botham, pastor of our Lady of Per petual Help church, Kenner, La., was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Barrilleaux last week. Mrs. Lydia Dupont of Kenner, La., and Mrs. J. Fandall of New Orleans, were out-of-town guests at the Barrilleaux-Riggins wed- ding. Elder L. J. Hosch received a message from Gla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 August 1941

the citizens, journal, atlanta, cass county, texas 'Underground* at State, Saturday OUR DEMOCRACY ALWAYS FAITHFUL m "jr. S£MPER FIDEUS Aw •'•AYS FAITHFUL - IS THE MOTTO OF THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS - MEN OF VALOR. £ MMttNES A*E A CROSS-SECTiON OF THE F.NEST MANHOOD OF THE COUNTRY AS A WHOLE, FOR IN THE CORPS ARE VOLUNTEERS FROM EVERY STATE. R. C. Hardy. | noon with J. B. F« Mrs. Margaret visited Sunday-Monday, i Mx and Mrs. Heraon r aster, Mrs. Jim Jett returned last Thursday night ft M Abb Brabham able to Lfe* *?* J®? tlm>afh.V ui£i^ return borne Sunday from Shrive- j ^ood Johns* at hncmt*; .<>j rapidly re- 1 -Natciutocnes, La. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Behannon of Marietta were last week-end guests PPBWBj, „ . __ . I here in the borne at Mrs. Ella Curt leffery Lynn and Kaarea Verne ia 'Cnde5rpwm<r by Eric Seva- ^ w 1 tator, just returned from the bomb torn *" ? c says that "CndergtouwL" the new Warner Brothers Mr and Mrs. Harry Leak have;«d Saturday returned from a ten d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 August 1941

V. ^ thursday, august 21, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Rats, The World's Worst Pest The world's worst mammal pests ure the ruts. Reports that come to the County Agent's office are that they are very numerous this year. Hats will eat practically any- thing. Though they are very sus- picious, then, difficult to poison. However, J. P. Galloway, Rodent Control Agent, reports that better than an average kill was obtained recently at the George Harper farm,, Red Hill-community. The following recommendations ure based upon the findings of the Bureau of Biological Survey: In using powdered red squill to destroy rats, the choice of bait is most important. The goal is to •destroy every rat at one applica- tion; otherwise survivors become suspicious and are hard to dispose of later. This requires an ample supply of baits that will appeal strongly to the appetites of the rats. Unfortunately, the taste of rats, like those of human beings, vary, so that it is not possib...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 August 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor .LIQUOR Tonight it enters an humble home, Btrikes the roses from a woman's cheeks anil tomorrow it challenges the republic in the halls of Congress. Today it strikes a crust from the lips of a starving child and tomorrow levies tribute from the government itself. There is no cottage humble enough to shut it out. It defies the law when it cannot coerce suffrage. It is flexible to cajole, but merciless in victory. It is the moral enemy of peace and order, the despoiler of men and the terror of women, the cloud that shadows the face of childhood, the demon that has dug more graves and sent more souls unprepared to judgment than all the pestilences that have wasted lives since God sent the plagues to Egypt and all wars since Joshua stood before Jericho. It comes to ruin, and yet it shall profit main- ly by the ruin of ypur sons and mine. It comes to mislead human souls and crush human hearts un- d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 August 1941

THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1941 THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM W*<- r* 1 pn. ■ l 5* i' Pedestrian Is Today's- "Vanishing American'* The church will become a fonger power in the life of the and in the life of the indi- when more people begin to take tfye Hayings and teachings of Jesus more seriously. /^ronge Wrui t Vwual, The church which can not show small courtesies through its mem- bership, and in its services is dead spiritually. We can not redeem the wrold by telling people their sins are trivial and insignificant. We only redeem the world by keeping our moral demands high, and living up to them. A person has not necessarily worshipped God, just because he gat quiet, for an hour.% {flA person has not necessarily ^worshipped God who has gone and sat and helped make a lot of noise. - * It is more difficult for a boy to go wrong who has the background of a family altar within the home always tugging at his heart. - ** '" ■ eous. It is a mate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 21 August 1941

" ' l' •-v'- ' v . v-^rfr BiH%ViKSiii . ,,r. THB CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS ■ ;; i y, 'W "■ •' ' / THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1941 1)0 UGI, A SS VIL LE Mrs. Jim McCoy The Vacation Bible School which ■was scheduled to begin last Mon- day was postponed until the 25th. Miss Norma Jean Nutt of Mar- shall was a week-end guest of Misses Winnie and Dorothy Hea- berlin. Mrs. N. M. Carter of Smithland visited Mrs. H. O. Allen last week. Miss Verona Morriss left Mon- day afternoon for Mount Sequodia to attend Epworth League sum- mer encampment for two weeks. Mrs. H. W. McCall will enter- tain with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Sally Lee Webster, bride-elect of J. W. Glass, Friday afternoon from three to five at the Methodist church. Miss Webster and Mr. Glass will be married, Sun day, August 24, at the home of the bride's parents. D. U. Lancaster left Monday night for Washington, D. C., on a business trip. Mrs. Lancaster and Linda Lou will visit her mother, Mrs. Denny Nea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 August 1941

> > V 0 w f SECOND ANNUAL RODEO IN ATLANTA OCTOBER 17 AND 19 Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-SECOND YEAR The Citizens J ournal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1941 Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Home! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER THIRTY-FOUR High School Registration Date High School Registration Day Day, September 4th and 5th Monday, September 8, the Atlan- ta Public Schools will open the 1941-42 school session. The ele- mentary and grade school children will not report for school work un- til Monday morning, September 8. High School Registration In order that the high school students may be ready for work on Monday, September 8, the clas- sification and registration of all high school students will be com- pleted on Thursday and Friday, September 4 and 6. Class schedules will be ready for all students that attended the Atlanta high school last year and those students enter- ing the high school fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 August 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Editor t Cemetery Call— All folk enterested in Queen City cemetery are urged to contribute at once on cemetery fund. You | liave hud your lots kept through the year. It is our time now to col- lect money for letting the contract 1 out for another year. Don't wait to be visited. Bring or send in your dues at once. W. E. Draper, President Mrs. J. E. Ellington, Secretary , John D. Hanes, Treasurer. Appreciation to following for early 1941 contributions on ceme- j tery: Mrs. Rob Coke, Dallas; Mrs J. L. Thaggard ,Ft. Worth; J. T. Hopkins, Atlanta; Cliff Hunt, Pa- den; Chas. Will White, Atlanta; lien Ellington, Mrs. J. 'E. Elling- ton, Queen City; Mrs. Check Allie, Dallas; Mrs. J. W. Harbuck, Anti; Mrs. Will Harwell, Naples; Addelle Hale, Daingerfield. [Traffic Accidents HlS^ Peak During Weeken* First Hale Ginned— The W. E. Draper ginned the first bale for the 1941 season Tues day morning for D. Floyd. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 August 1941

THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST .28, 1941 Kinda Doggy, Huht Second Annual Layman's Rally Child Requires Guidance in Call to W. L. Mayo Students ■ ■" '• 'V.:' ■ • • %) There is being an earnest effort made by J. M. Bledsoe, of Com- merce, Texas, to write a History of Mayo and his College, 188'J to 1917, inclusive. I am sure there are a number of teachers in this county who attend ed the Mayo School at Commerce, Texas, prior to 1917, who will want to be remembered in this book. Since there is no alphabetical roll of these students the only way we have to get these names is to ask that you register with the Secre- tary of this group, who iB D. H. Boon, Linden, Texas. There are a number of ex-students of the Mayo School in Cass County who, are not now teaching or who possibly have never taught. Committee on publication wants the name of each and every student regardless of the length of time he or she attended the school and regardless of what <k&g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 August 1941

Baptist TV. M. V. Meets at Ciuirch ws till Id Mo ln>>i C. H. monthly business Baptist W. M. U. ay, August 25th, at Hefner presided over meeting, which opened with ong "Jesus Saves," accompa- ny Sirs. Tom Howe. The iword for the year was re- d in unison. An inspiring ional on Faith and the Works .ith, taken from Hebrew, was by Mrs. Harris, followed in r by Mrs. R. E. Florence. The hymn "My Faith Looks Up to Thee" was sung. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Henry Sheppard in the absence of the Se- cretary, Mrs. Hunter McWilliams. Splendid circle reports were giv- en with each chairman reporting pea ce\ of *iv p I good attendance for the month. Routine reports were given by j other chairmen present. Mrs. Stripling expressed appre- ciation and thanked the circles for | thtf shower given her. Mrs. Hef- ner thanked Circle No. 4 for flow- 1 ers in the church for August and appointed Circle No. 1 to take September. Mrs. R. P. Cameron gave an interesting story "Pion...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 August 1941

. THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1941 -< \ J 1 ssas^fiMsip %SS£SM wmmmfc jar ■'/>•>/ V \IfiR£S?'/ ■ • • xf __ WLtpJmA ^xtSakwirWMmk i : '.i . fci>^ / '*CSkk. v * Hf" 1 . •/ I ^S£'8 S "• X\N I *"'''jtfJ&T*1'- ifykvK* m\ %mMm '^SKW^mlSt \ I /• ' ISSS®!1?, " *,J mmumm J€&3$£! &&a§!Js5? ■KM . Mv:,; • ■'■ -' v. « ■Mr*' ' :- if|^ ■ : w fllWSl ' it - ' hiS'wJ'Mv K WwXsft.wl w4 f* RRmmWiil WMim MB . -v/4 M J ••V V -- sm as\wi $SS£ %m>k1 Wv UNM TEH—in Soul Searching Ideals Y: 1 f OU'RE confused by tKe cross currents of world affairs, by uncer- tainty about the future? Sure you are, Mr. Smith. You are i _ — going through an experience unlike anything you have known before. And it makes you none too happy. But, frankly, that unhappiness is not without a comforting thought. For years a good- many of us, millions of our fellow Americans, had become too indif- ferent for our real good—and ideals, yes, American ideals were som...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 August 1941

" V^v. THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1941 The Citizens Journal OUR DEMOCRACY -by Mat (Pounded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher ostonic Entered at the Poatoifice in Atlunta, Texas, as second class mall matter. Issued Thursday of each week. Office 200 East Hiram Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) State and Foreign In Cass and Adjoining Counties One Year $1.500ne Year _J...$1.00 Six Months l.OOSix Months — _ .75 Three Months 65Three Months — „ .50 wright" PAT MA N'SPW WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — IKE OUR LANGUAGE, OUR. COMMON LAW, AND OUR REVERENCE FOR THE RIGHTS AND DIGNITy of THE INDIVIOUAL.OUR SYSTEM OF LIFE INSURANCE CAME FROM THE BRITISH ISLES. Well Trained Army Needed German has 2G0 well-trained, well-equipped Divisions in her ar- my, composed of tough, hardened and seasoned soldiers. The United States has 33 divisions, but very few of them so well trained and seasoned. Japan, Italy and Naz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 August 1941

THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1941 * V fr HAPPENINGS IN METHODISM ^ «f1 fl Long, flat surfaces of concrete, curves, hills, bridges, ■ mountains, and soda pop. These have been my constant companions for the past week. Along with a lot of other things. We soared gently upward to Little Rock, crossed the river and started toward Memphis, a great part of the journey was in the rain, and the night was very cool. Next morning we were ex- ploring the city of Memphis, driv- ing down the mighty Mississippi, going into the parks, seeing the lovely sights. Later in the day we drove to Pin son, where Mrs. Lott, Mary Grace's mother, visited the old home place of her father and grand-father, seeing the site of the old pottery and gathering some of the clay from old pits, meeting childhood friends—noting the changes. Wednesday, found us in Nash- ville visiting the Parthenon, a re- HERBINE When Biliousness, Headache, Flatulence or Gas, and Listless- ness or that tired feeling are symp- toms of Temporary Con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 28 August 1941

■ ; p Pf j\ . .« \ THE CITIZENS, JOURNAL, ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS Or 8i> Tb W w m ai SI fc St P' in ti a G is ti 0 n a d A I ii ti B V 1 f P t r c F E i r c c DOUGLA SS V ILIAC Mrg. J un McCoy The Vacation Bibl-e School open- ed Monday with Mrs. H. W. Mc- Call, Mrs. D. B. Lancaster, Mrs. Weyman Kirkpatrick and Mrs. James Swint in charge of studies. Mrs. B. W. Swint and Rev. Walton Day are in charge of the music. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnston and children of Ft. Worth are visit ing in the home of Mrs. Dolly Snipes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McWhorter of Ft. Davis, are visiting in the Carl McWhorter home. Mrs. Edgar Neely and Ellen of Marshall, are guests of her mo- ther, Mrs. Blanche Carlow. Bill Rutland and Barney Swint of Camp Polk, La., visited rela- tives here over the week-end. We are glad to welcome Mr. and !#c Adays Service Station & Grocery Mrs. G. E. Day and daughter Louise, of Nacogdoches, to our com munity. Mr. and Mrs. Day will teach here. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Lancaster ha...

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