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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 17 November 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 17, 1961 • For Sale November Bargains VITALIZER by Jockey New Brief with 4-Way Support $5.95 JOCKEY Therma-Knit UNDERWEAR 2-piece heavy cotton insulated Each garment . . . $3.95 SOCKS TO MATCH $1.50 Pair BIG-SMITH HEAVY ZIPPER-TYPE COVERALLS, $7.95 BIG-SMITH DENIM BLANKET-LINED JUMPERS, 86.50 Long & Short STONE'S MEN'S WEAR Nocona, Texas • For Sale FOR SALE: Take up payments on Singer Slant-O-Matic. Call Jackson's Grocery, Phone 2452, Saint Jo, Texas. (45-tXc) FOR SALE: Maytag bales and Service. Hinds Clark. Nocona. (35-tfc) FOR SALE: Cushman Motor Scooter, 1958 Model. Phone 2502 or contact Ira Carver. (50-2tp> FOR SALE: 1961 Valiant V-200, 4-door. Only 20,000 actual miles. Phone 825-6306, Nocona. (50-4tp) FOR SALE or TRADE: Admiral Refrigerator, 5 months old. $175.00. Call after 6 o'clock or weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Reed, Saint Jo, Texas. Phone 2797. (50-4tp) FOR SALE: 1948 Dodge, runs good, radio, heater, a n 11 - freeze. See Chel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 November 1961

Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell "Thanksgiving, 1961" This year as we come to another Thanksgiving season, we may wonder if we really have very much to be thankful for. The world is in a turmoil, nations are rocking on the brink of war, communism seems to be spreading steadily and here in the United States we have right wing and left wing extremists organizations trying to disrupt and tear apart unity among our own people. Certainly all these problems make it difficult for the average person in America to have a thoroughly peaceful and serene mind with which to com- pletely enjoy this holiday sea- son. However, no matter how bad some phases of our living be- comes, I believe we all have something, and some of us a great deal, for which to be thankful. Probably if we all sat down and made a list of all our bless- ings, it would be much longer than we realized. The first of this month marked our second year as publishers of The Tribune in Saint Jo. We are thankful to the people of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 November 1961

BAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 24, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL. Editor filtered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint 'o, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress. March 3, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke _ $2.00 Outside Area $2.90 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corpoation which may appear In the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of Mme being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylle Roberta County Agricultural Agent At a meeting of a few cattle- men called by the Vocational Agricultural teachers of the county and myself to explain the Southwest Animal Health Research Foundation, the fol- lowing officers of the Montague County Committee of this found- ation were elected: Chairman, A. N. Arveson, Nocona; secre- tary-treasurer, Ewing Johnson, Montague; director from pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 November 1961

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor reporting staff Published in the Saint Jo Tribune, November 24, 1961 Boy's Sports Girl's Sports Special Events _ Band Junior Class Senior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class .. FHA FFA William Hogen Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche — Calvin Durham — Sadie Huddleston Bobby Powell Pat Dennis Belva Tallley — Wanda Puckett John Huchtons LINDA DURHAM, Editor PANTHERS TRAMPLED by ERA HORNETS 58-0 The Panthers played host Friday night, November 10 to the Era Hornets who ran away with the ball game racking up 58 points. HEARD' S HARDWARE FURNITURE & APPLIANCES I P.O. Box 405 Ph. T&Z-1451 BOWIE, TEXAS "We Served Your Grandparents" '"'he Hornets who have won five district ballgames represent- ed this district in bi-district play off. This football game being the last one of the year was Saint Jo's homecoming game. Judy Thweatt, a senior, was crowned Homecoming Queen. The underclassmen of the Panther football team are sorry to see the sen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 24 November 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Nov. 24, 1961 • For Sale NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Phone 2550. Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) NEWLAND Plumbing & Appliance "RCA" Victor Television Frigidaire Appliances 114 B. Clay Phone 825-3748 NOCONA, TEXAS JTOR SALE: New and used trac tors and farm implements. Muenster Equipment Co., Inc. "Your Ford Tractor Dealer," Phone 65, Muenster, Texas. (29-tfc) FOR SALE: 1961 Valiant V-200. 4-door. Only 20,000 actual miles. Phone 825-6306, Nocona. (50-4tp) JUST RECEIVED, a new ship- ment of Channel Master Tran- sistor Radios, all sizes. A small deposit will hold in lay- a-way until Christmas. New- land Plumbing and Appliance, Phone 825-3748, Nocona. (52-2tc) • For Sale FOR SALE: Maytag bales and Service, Hinds Clark. Nocona. (35-ttc) Western Headquarters ior this area ♦ BRADFORD HATS ♦ Lasso Wool Western Full Length Dress Coats ♦ GENUINE LEVI'S ♦ JUSTIN BOOTS Commerce Street Store 113 North Commerce Street GAINESVILLE, TEXAS (44-tfc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1961

Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell !%%%%%%«%%• %%%%%•%%%«• The people of Saint Jo are justifledly proud of their school Bystem here. We are likewise proud of the faculty and ad- ministrators of the school. We think they do a good job. However, most of the citizens of this community would like to see our school grow—more students mean more teachers, a wider range of courses offered, etc., thereby making this town more acceptable to those con- sidering moving here. A program is now underway which will definitely help our school, our town, and our com- munity. You see on this page a reproduction of a sketch of the proposed track to be built around the panther football field. This sketch gives you an oppor- tunity to view the plans of the Quarterback Club and the Op- timist Club, who are sponsoring the project. Herschall Shuttlesworth, head coach at Saint Jo High, says, "We feel that the track we are now in the process of building will be an advantage in several different ways." 1. The t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1961

BaINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 1. 1&61 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE ft. L iTTEft, E. L ft)WELL, Pabttaben L L. POWELL, Editor Entered u mcozxI cUu matter. l£Mi. at the Post Office at Saint 'o. Mccitague Count/. Tex uiAez Act at Cccfreaa. March 3. 1*7. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR la Mor.ta.fue or Cooke _ t2.(Ki Outb.de Area *250 Kay erroneoui reflection upon the chancier, ttar.rtirt or repu- tation of any per*on. firm or corpoatlon which may appear In (he column! of thi* paper, will be cLadly corrected upon notice af came beiof fiven to the editor personally at the Tribune office felon CONSERVATION! DISTRICT NEWS Mi SOI. * HI STtDKTR r The Clear Creek Watershed Authority held their regular tr^eting Thursday night, Nov. 16. Ml, in the Muenster State Bank. Plant were made for the elec- tion of directors to serve for one, two, and three year periods. The •lection is to be held January 10, 1962. Hardy, Rosston, Era •nd Bolivar were designated as locations for ballot boxes. President J. M ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1961

i\ Bo nit a News By Lona Henry Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mitchell, Kilgore, were here the past week and spent the Thanksgiving holi- days with her parents, the R. D. Tompkins. R. D. went to Sherman on Monday and brought his mother, Mrs. R. D. Tompkins, Sr., to her home in Nocona She had been visiting members of her family in that vicinity, where she spent much of her early life. Mrs. Mary Admire has return- ed home after spending some time with her daughters and husbands, the Bob Hubers and Don Moodys in Dallas. They were joined there by her sisters, Mrs. Leta Fletcher and Mrs. Zola Milner for Thanksgiving dinner. On Sunday, Mrs. Admire's family were here for lunch at her home, including Mrs. Cor- inne Belle, Mrs. Gretchen Les- sard and children of Nocona, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Huber of Dallas, the pastor, Bro. Roy Cosgrove from the Saint Jo Church of Christ, and her sisters, Mrs. Leta Flecher and Mrs. Zola Milner, local. Holiday visitors in the Ted Gregory home included her brother, Milton Dean...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1961

\ SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 1, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Fate King Have Open House on 50th Anniversary Photo, Courtesy Kent Bellah Studio MR. AND MRS. FATE KING An open house observance of the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fate King was held Sunday at their home, 104 Archer Street, Nocona, Texas. The King's granddaughter, Floy Allen of Dye Mound, registered the 57 guests who called during the afternoon. The beautiful gifts were dis- played for all their friends to view. The King's twin granddaugh- ters, Leda and Veda Grue of Levelland, Texas, served the anniversary cake and punch Irom a beautifully arranged table. Mr. and Mrs. Fate King were married November 26, 1911 at Pella, Texas, near Alvord. HEADACHE For relief of headache, neuralgia and neuritis pains, take STANBACK'S com- bination of medically-proven ingredi- ents compounded specifically to speed up pain-relieving action. Many doctors recommend the ingredients in STAN- BACK. Get genuine STANBACK Pow- ders or ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1961

PERSONALS Thanksgiving day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sadler were their children, Sam Sadler of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. David Tompkins of Altus AFB at Altus, Okla. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tucker on Thanksgiving day were Mrs. Lois Tidwell and sons Jim and Bill of Fort Worth, Sgt. and Mrs. Paul E. Tucker and sons, Edward and Lee who are stationed at Kelly AFB in San Antonio and Mrs. Elsie Adding- ton and children, Nathan and Nikita of Nocona. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Tucker, Mrs. Johnny Hair and children spent last weekend in Fort Worth where they visited Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Lough, Charles Tucker and Mrs. Lois Tidwell. Holiday weekend guests of Mayor W. P. Griffis and Mrs. Earl May were Mr. and Mrs. Bob GrifTis and son Greg and Mr. and Mrs. David GrifTis and daughter Jill of Wichita Falls, Dick Wait of Sherman and his son. Dick, Jr., of Bonham, Mr. and Mrs. Jake McDonald of '.hrinks Hemorrhoids Without Surgery tops Itch—Relieves Pain For the first time science has found ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 1, 1961 NEWS FROM MONTAGUE COUNTY COURT HOUSE County Court WARRANTY DEEDS Minor, W. T., Jr., et al to "Mrs. Lillie B. Minor, 438 acres of land, more or less, a part of the C. C. Milne Survey, Abst. ■No. 485, 80 acres of the W. T. Bone Survey, Abst. No. 943, 160 acres of the T J. Masoner Sur- vey, Abst. No. 1528 and 90 cares of the James Winn Survey, Abst. No. 868. Proctor, Marvin A., et ux to R. D. Proctor: 1st Parcel—A part of Blocks 20 and 21 or the original grant of the State of Texas to Titus Co. for School Purposes. 2nd Parcel—The mineral rights to part of Block No. 25. Titus Co. School Land Survey. 3rd Parcel—The minera lrights to the N.W. 40 acres of the S.W. one-half of Block No. 33, Titus Co. School Land Survey. 4th Parcel—The mineral rights to a part of Block No. 66. Bell Co. School Land Survey, Abst No. 940. The First Pvesbyterian Church of Bowie to Virgil Brown, A part of the Cummins part of Block No. 9 of Hill Co. School Land Surv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1961

i\ From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune December 1, 1961 LINDA DURHAM, Editor REPORTING STAFF Boy's Sports Girl's Sports Special Events _ Band Junior Class Senior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class .. FHA FFA William Hogen Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche Calvin Durham Sadie Huddleston Bobby Powell Pat Dennis Belva Tallley Wanda Puckett John Huchtons ROGER IIENLEY IS MEMBER OF SECOND ALL DISTRICT TEAM IN FOOTBALL The Panthers were very proud to learn that a member of their leam was chosen to the second all District Team. Saint Jo High is very proud of Roger Henley. We are also proud of two other senior boys, Bill Huchtons and Harvey Lamkin. These two boys got honorable mention in District 12B. ANNUAL STAFF The first shipment for the HEARD' S HARDWARE FURNITURE & APPLIANCES P.O. Box 405 Ph. TR 2-1451 BOWIE, TEXAS "We Served Your Grandparents" 1961-62 Panther Trails will be mailed by Friday, Dec. 1. This shipment will be one-third of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 1 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 1, 1961 • For Sale NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Phone 2550, Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) NEWLAND Plumbing & Appliance "RCA" Victor Television Frigidaire Appliances 114 B. Clay Phone 825-3748 NOCONA, TEXAS FOR SALE: New and used trac- tors and farm implements. Muenster Equipment Co., Inc. "Your Ford Tractor Dealer," Phone 65. Muenster, Texas. (29-tfc) fOR SALE: 1961 Valiant V-200, 4-door. Only 20,000 actual miles. Phone 825-6306, Nocona. (50-4tp) •JUST RECEIVED, a new ship- ment of Channel Master Tran- sistor Radios, all sizes. A small deposit will hold in lay- a-way until Christmas. New- land Plumbing and Appliance, Phone 825-3748, Nocona. (52-2tc> • For Sale FOR SALE: Maytag bales and Service, Hinds Clark. Nocona. (35-tlc) 'or the Man on! Your List SHOP AT THE WESTERN HEADQUARTERS FOR THIS AREA ♦ Bradford Hats ♦ Genuine Levi's ♦ Justin Boots Commerce Street Store 113 North Commerce Street GAINESVILLE, TEXAS FOR SALE or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 December 1961

\ I : Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell It seems that every time in history when a crisis has devel- oped in the struggle for world peace, there springs up all kinds of left and right extremist or- ganizations. Today is no excetion. Right here in America we have many such organizations which are working under such a guise of deception that they are actually blinding the eyes of otherwise good citizens. These groups iron- ically call themselves "patriotic" societies. On the surface, these organiz- ations (and I am referring to The John Birch Society and Haley's Americans, there are others on the West Coast) ap- pear to be opposing everything wrong that our leaders are doing and standing for everything good and right in the country. When actually they are really subver- sives, digging away at the strong fibre holding our society to- gether, working diligently at every point to destroy our faith in all our leaders, turn neighbor against neighbor, and if left to run unsaddled will ultim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 8, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETEK, E. L. POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL, Editor Entered as second class matter, 1898, at the Post Office at Saint ro, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March 3,1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke Outside Area $2.00 12.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person. Arm or corpoation which may appear in the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylle Roberta County Agricultural Agent Hie 1961 State Pecan Show will be held January 5 and 6, 1962 at Texas A & M College. Entries will be welcome from any grower. If you would like complete information on this let me know. It would be good to have some entries from Mon- tague County. • • • • Congratulations are in order for the newly elected 1962 Coun- ty 4-H Council officers .. A vote of tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 December 1961

BEBA STAN FIELD * Home Demonstration ' * i • i T News * Soon we will be facing the billion-dollar siren song of im- pulse buying by attractive ad- vertising, radio and television, glittering show windows and persuasive salesmen. Economists say another record breaking Christmas spending splurge is coming up. There is an ample supply of most things, but short- ages will occur as shopping reaches the hectic stage. Is Christmas the most joyous sea- son of the year at your house? Or is it a time when you spend too much, eat too much, go too REMOVE WARTS! \mazing Compound Dissolves Common Warts Away Without Cutting or Burning Doctors warn picking or scratch- ing at warts may cause bleeding, spreading. Now amazing Com- pound W® penetrates into warts, destroys their cells, actually melts warts away without cutting or burning. Painless, colorless Compound W, used as directed, removes common warts safely, effectively, leaves no ugly scars. much, sleep too little—and sim- ply collapse when it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 December 1961

BAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 8, 1961 Hunters Warned Of Residence, License Rules AUSTIN, December — Land- owners must reside on the prop- erty before they will be eligible lot hunting license exemption because of ownership, it has been Announced by J. B. Phillips, co- ordinator of law enforcement of 1 m . ; the Came and Fish Commission. On the other hand, ownership of th« land ia not required where the person actually Uvea on land which might be leased or rented. This precludes a landowner who lives in aonther area from hunt- ing on property he owns, because of ownership, according to Phil- lips. "The law is very plain in requiring residence on the pro- perty before deer or turkey can "R > IW" -XlSWffB* Ovists "iM'f • •. to add variety to your Christmas least MINCEMEAT JUBILEE PIE (New idea for an old Holiday Favorite) I qt. vanilla ic cream l'/2 cups graham cracker crumbs I lb. iar praparad mincemeat 1/3 cup butter '/a cup rum y2 cup tugar Make crust of graham cracker ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 December 1961

Sheep 6 Goat Raisers Association * " ■ •*" V ' * * K ' %. > \j - •. Complete Plans For New District Wool and mohair producers from North-Central Texas coun- ties met in Mineral Wells Wed- nesday, November 29, to discuss industry problems and the es- tablishment of a new district of the Texas Sheep and Goat Rais- ers' Association. It is planned for the district to be comprised of Erath, Eastland, Hood, Somervell, Palo Pinto, Jack, Young, Stephens and Mon- tague with the members of the Association from the area elect- ing directors to represent them on the official board of the As- sociation. Following meetings by /^Gillette Adjustable Razor 9 Settings for Superb Shaves! with n«w Super Blu* Blades producers in their respective counties, a general meeting will be callcd in February to perfect the district organization. Texas Sheep and Goat Raisers' Association Vice President E. G. Cauble of Big Lake, Secretary Tom Wallace of San Angelo and 1960 Association President L. M. Stephens o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 December 1961

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune, December 8, 1961 LINDA DURHAM, Editor REPORTING STAFF Boy's Sports Girl's Sports Special Events _ Band Junior Class Senior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class _ FHA FFA William Hogen — Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche Calvin Durham — Sadie Huddleston Bobby Powell Pat Dennis Belva Tallley Wanda Puckett John Huchtons HONOR ROLE SENIORS: Linda Durham, Bill Huchtons, Jimmy Ice, Bobby Powell, Judy Thweatt, Carolyn Weed. JUNIORS: Karen Fortenberry, and Linda Flusche. SOPHOMORES: Gary Carter, Pat Dennis, Karen Martin, Sheila Parker. FRESHMEN: Jo Ann Brown, Carolyn Clayton, Carole Lamkin, Belva Talley. EIGHTH GRADE: Monte Cooke, Elvin Dennis, Rebecca Mosley, Eddie Yetter. SEVENTH GRADE: Richard Carter, Kenneth Carver, Judy Cole, Charles Cook, Bobby Den- nis, Dalton Lyons, William Reed, Allen Williams. SIXTH GRADE: Frieda Cook, Eddie Arledge, Billy Moore, Janice Hilton, William Talley. FIFTH GRADE: John Paul B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 December 1961

Judge Purcell Makes Position Statement There is considerable confu- sion as to political stand of the candidates in this congressional race. There is a Republican, who, while he announced as a Repunblican, has omitted all reference to his party in his television appearances, his news- paper ads and his expensive bill- boards. There is Jack Hightower from Wilbarger County, who Is Change-of-Life Making You Only Half aWoman? P. Too tons* too tired to be a real companion to your husband? Special women's medicine can relieve 'hot flashes", weakness, nervousness ..then you can enjoy life fully again! Has change-of-life left you so weak you feel only "half" alive? Suffocated by "hot flashes", con- stantly tense... so you can't be an affectionate wife and mother? Don't despair! Lydia Pinkham's Compound can relieve both ten- sion and physical distress! In doc- tor's tests, Pinkham's gave dra- matic help—without costly shots! Irritability is soothed. "Hot flashes" subside. Then most women can...

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