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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 February 1939

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS w) 1 Juniors, Girls Lead Semester Honor Roll High school honor rolls for the third six weeks period and for the first semester were announced this week by local school officials. To be listed among honor students a student must make as many 5's (A's) as 4's (B's) and no 3's (C's) and must have a grade of 5 on con- duct. Students whose-*iames appeared on the third six weeks honor roll only were Kenneth Whisenant and Ruth Wall. On both the semester honor roll and the third six weeks rolls were the following: Seniors: Sarah Beaver, Cather- ine Collins, Ray Goens, Joel Har- per, Anna Mae Jerome, Anita Le- vin, L. V. Ray, and Armon What- ley. Juniors: Johnnie Ruth Herron, Carolyn Howe, Jackie Law, J. C. Norris, Irene Powell, Betty Jo Rabb, Nancy Sain, Josephine Shel- ton, Kathleen Shelton, Mollie Sue Steed, Allen Witt. Sophomores: Julia Anding, An- nette Davis, Ludie Merle Dees, Florence Luce, Marie McLendon, Marie Ray, How...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 February 1939

" ||E: 1' W in B Profitable Method For Growing Early Tomatoes P. A. Young, Tomato Disease La- boratory, Jacksonville; Texas Agriculture Experiment Sta- tion, A. & M. College 3= THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS DR. E. W. FRANKENSTEIN MAKES SENSATIONAL OFFER Stamps Quartet To Sing At McLeod Tomato Varieties Marglobe, Rutgers, Pritchard and Break O'Day tomato varieties are all strongly resistant to Fusa- rium wilt, which is caused by a pink mold known at Fusarium. This disease kills a serious per- centage of the tomato plants in many fields. Hence, tomato pro- fits are increased by growing wilt- resistant varieties. The 4 varie- ties mentioned are good marketing tomatoes that are well adapted to the sandy and red soils of East Texas. They produce good yields of large, early, red fruit. Mar- globe tomatoes also are resistant to blossom-end rot. Rutgers to- matoes are valuable for both spring and fall tomatoes. Certi- fied seed or its equivalent in qual- ity is recommended. With ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 February 1939

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1939 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS mm Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 0: Birthday Celebration Honors Mrs. Hamock Sunday was u most enjoyable day for Mrs. M. A. Hammock, of Douglassville, Texas, when all of her children and grandchildren, to gether with a vast number of re- latives and friends, gathered at her home to celebrate her 67 birth day. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. William Hammock and child- ren; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McBur- nett and children; Roy Hammock nd family; Carney Kirkland and amily; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ham- mock and family; Edwin Hammock Mrs. Katye Carroll and daughter, Bettye Jean, of Knights Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. Estle Hammock of Texarkana; and Grand-pa Weaver. Cleon and Geraldine Partain of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Maye and daughter, Sybil; Joe Naron and children; Mr. and Mrs. Tray lor Welsh and son; Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Hall; Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hall and children; all of Hughes Springs Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Thomas an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 February 1939

The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Casa and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year $1.60 Six Months 75 Six Months 100 Three Months 50 Three Months (55 BETHLEHEM Mrs. Carl Wilson Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hatcher Misses Ila Mae Betts, Ella Eunice Kellum and Evelyn Hatcher spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Jewell Sttphens at the M. M. Hospital in Texarkana. Jennie Pearl Sexton spent Sun- day with Mary Ruth Hammock, O'Farrell. Several from here attended the singing at Center Grove Sunday night. Good singing was reported. The P. T. A. meets for the business meeting Friday p. m. at the school house. Mr. and Mrs. Rufe Partain spent Friday night in the W. T. Hammock home. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Lyle and daughter, Atlanta, visited in the Sexton Kelly home Sunday. Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 February 1939

'm THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1939 WRIG HT PAT MAN / f , ' ■ *r +***-* vM&OZOtL •, WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS —^ i WPA ,'i| The President asked $876,000,- 000 for the W. P. A. to be expend- ed between now and July 1st. The amount was reduced to $725,000,- 000 and the following amendments were agreed to: (a) Fifteen Million Dollars was set aside for the purpose of pro- viding direct relief for needy per- sons. tfb) That during February and ch there shall be no adminis- ive reduction of more than 5 per cent in the number of employ- ees upon W. P. A. (c) That should an emergency arise, which in the opinion of the President would require a submis- sion of an estimate for an addi- tional appropriation, the President shall submit a statement as to the facts constituting such emergency. (d) That the Administrator shall immediately investigate and eliminate from such rolls those not in actual need. (e) Shall not use any part of the money to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 16 February 1939

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS USTIN PARAGRAPHS White House Swamped With Dimes By ABE MAYS The Legislature is working hard these days on many measures. We don't stay in session over two hours per day, but spend hour af- ter hour in committee rooms lis- tening to hearings on bills or answering mail. We are getting five times as much mail this ses- sion as ever before. This is due to Governor O'Daniels radio talks and the many issues which we are facing. Day after day, hundreds of people come to Austin trying to get some measure passed for their benefit. Needless to say however, most of these kind of bills are killed. The O'Daniel Transaction Tax comes up for a hearing tomorrow (Wednesday) night, before a joint hearing of the Revenue and Tax- ation Committee and the commit- tee on Constitutional Amendments. I have made a diligent study of this plan and the Governor has gone over it in person with me and I must say it doesn't look nearly so bad since I've studied it close. One th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 February 1939

The Citizens journal SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1939 b ( J. B. Simmons Buried Sunday John B. Simmons, age 68, died at his home in Bloomburg, Texas at 4:30 p. m., Saturday, February 18, 1939, following an illness of about a month from heart ailment. He was buried at Salem ceme- tery, near Bloomburg, Texas, Sun- day, February 19, at 3:00 p. m., with Rev. W. B. Robinson, of Oma- >ha, and Rev. J. P. Olive, of Linden ■ officiating. Burial was in charge of the Hanner Funeral Service. . He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Maggie Simmons of Bloomburg; four sons, Ray, Drew and David of Bloomburg and Malcolm of Wichita, Kansas, and seven grand children. Also four brothers, H. A. and W. J. Simmons, of Texark- ana; R. B. Simmons, of Shreve- •tydrt; I. M. Simmons of Bloomburg and two-sisters Mrs. W. F. Bent- ley of Obrine, Texas and Mrs. W. A. Starkey of Atlanta, Texas. Mr. Simmons was born in An- derson County, South Carolina, September 17, 1870, and ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 February 1939

tpW " ' "''■ ^lir',?:;;-S^:';«fil "'''■ :%:y''-r'^:« *^r. i'Ai- fi ;.\/V'iV-* '<r ■ .' *•"'• THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1989 ' ') SPRING IS TRAVEL TIME! pecialValue Childrens Hickory Stripe PLAY SUITS 8 for $1.00 NEW! JUST IN THE STORE SILK DRESSES in the lovely spring floral prints! Two Lots—Dozens of each 14's to 42's $2.98-$3.98 ea. Men's Felt Hats Good Shapfes—All Wool Felts- Wanted Colors All sizes, ea $1.00 WOMEN'S RAYON TAFFETA SLIPS Narrow Shoulder Straps— California Top 3 for $1.00 Extra Large and Heavy WASH CLOTHS regular 10c cloth 12 for $1 6 for 50c NEW SPRING TIES OF PATTERNED SILKS Wool Lined! 2 for Buy Your Lug-gage at DUNLAP'S SUIT-CASE—OVERNIGHT BAGS —AND DRESSING CASES—NOW $1 each NEW SPRING Silks and Acetates 38"—40" Plains and Lovely Prints VALUES TO $1.00 PER YARD NOW 3 yards for $1 CLOSE OUT ! ! BROKEN SIZE AND ODD LOTS, Women's Oxfords Oxfords, Ties and Pumps in $2.00 $3.00 or $4.00 Values per pair New Spring Patterns in Vat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 February 1939

j v<i) Mm. Glenn Dell Editor Mrs. Dell will serve as editor ■of the Queen City news during our absence on a visit to Fort Bar- rancas, Fla. She will greatly appreciate your assistance in making the news the very best. Forget not, Monday is her day. Send in notes to her, or to the postoffice by mid-Monday afternoon. School Play "Boy Meets Family" is the big hit of the season. See this play by tha school at Queen City Gym., Tuesday, February 28. Other at- tractive features are readings, songs, dancing and stunts. Everybody come—only 10 cents 'Died at 106 Sylla Harp, colored, died Satur- day, at the age of 106. She has lived in Queen City most of her EAT KREAM KRUST BREAD Atlanta's Best BAKED HERE Martin's Bakery Main Street Atlanta, Texas- Time To Oil Up Neatsfoot Oil Saves Your Harness. Good for Shoes or any leather goods. Get your Supply at— JEWEL'S SHOP life, and has been trustworthy and faithful in service to her white friends. She suffered a fall some time ago, and this precip...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 February 1939

m THE CITIZENS Denton Opera A Huge Success An American Opera, Cynthia aoNtofftat SB Atlanta, Texas, aa *eeond-cians mail matter Piri<fr wa" >IMS <rf'lus ™a8t each wwic—MB Eaat Main *r«eC~-Phone No. 178 standing event in that fieiii ever ie Citizeis J&irial X W. gA R«I.L, SUlitar and:] (Founded 1379)■ i—nrit Thursday 8EB8CR1PTIGN RATES (Payable in Advance T ^ ^ Adjoining: Counties. State aid Foreign: Om Year H One Year 3ix Months .75 Six Months Three Month* 30 Three Months *1-50 LrtO OS put in in this stare. The writer, Julia Smith, a Denton graduate now at New York has given Texas much favorable publicity. Some of her c.ompoHitHina have been used by die Columbia. Symphony over CBS. Leonora Corona Dramatic Sap* >*ano who piayed die part of Cyn- thia is a native of Dallas. Texas. Dr. Frankenstein Had More Than The lion's Share of Business On His Last Visit To Atlanta for Which He Extends His Sincere Thanks my :aKt visit to Atlanta, ; % farther introduce m7 optical .tii...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 February 1939

- THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ( Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 \i > % Delphian Society The Atnalta Chapter of the Del- phian Society held its regular meeting Wednesday, February 22. The business meeting was pre- sided over by the president, Mrs. Pitts. Several committees report- ed on the work accomplished since the last meeting. Mrs. Aday, leader for the day, presented the subject "The Gol- den Age of the Town and of the Fair." She directed the follow- ing topics: hi—"The Planned Economy of he Gild," Mrs. Hanner assisted by Mrs. Oakes. 2—"The Social Code of the Gild, and the Worker's Positions," Mrs. McLendon. 3—"The Gilds in Operation," Mrs. Chamblee. 4—"The Meditval Fair: The Rising Trend Toward International Trade" Mrs. Hefner, assisted by Mrs. Whitehead. 5—"The Wares and Ways of Medieval Trade," Mrs. Hughes. 6—"Mediterranean Suprema- cy in Commerce," Mrs. Gullion as- sisted by Mrs. Lindsey. 7—"The Aanseatic League," by Mrs. Pi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 February 1939

■ 'mm ■■■'. ■fi.--.frj.<mm*K kmi - j\[ . |J v ... . ' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1S8S ■B i aw Mexico is visiting his child- en Roy and Elenita AUters this >eek. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Watkins, lr .and Mrs. Bill Parker and chil- ren, of Atlanta were Sunday ;uests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wat- ins. Several parents, our teachers and ibout forty school children attend- >d the sing-song in Atlanta, Friday >. m. Mrs. Nora Frame and daughter TFTed DIRECTORY L. A. PARISH TAX—CONSULTANT Federal, Income, Estate, and Other Tax Service 2013 Republic Bank Bldg. Dallas L. L. Harper, Local Represen- tative, Linden, Texas Dr. D. B. Whitehead OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Residence Phone No. 343 Office Phone 305 Office Over Alexander-Hughes of Bloomburg, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Green. Sorry to report on our sick list this week are: Melva Thomas, Dal ton Griffin, Betty Ruth Blue and Willard Pyle. Wish for each a speedy recovery. Mrs. Howard ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 February 1939

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1939 THEE CTTIZOfS JOURNAL, ATLABPTAy TEXAS O WRIGHT PATMAN * si® >7/1 . ) 1 M WEEKLY NEWSLETTER CONGRESSMAN ~;'TEKAS/^tA' Federal Aid to Education Senator Thomas of Utah intro- duced in the Senate, S. 1305, and Congressman Larrabee introduced in the House, H. R. 3517, the bill roviding for Federal aid to edu- ,tion. It provides for an appro- bation of $75,000,000 the first ear and increasing to about $208,- i00,000 the sixth year to be divid- ed among the several States ac- cording to each State's needs. This pr/AgRed law is intended to iron ouiKome of the inequalities in educational opportunity now found in this country. It follows closely the suggestions of the President's Advisory Committee reporting last year and does not change the vocational education laws. The President's committee found rural schools much poorer than city schools in general and that rural areas with 13 percent of the children have only 2 percent of the Nation's wealth. This bill ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 23 February 1939

Dr. Frankenstein Acquires Latest Optical Device In line with his policy of keep- ing his office equipped with the latest optical devices of proven worth, Dr. E. W. Frankenstein, optometrist, with office in Miles Drug Store, Atlanta, has acquired an Opthalmometer for use here. This precision device measures objectively the corneal curves of the eye and determines with cer- tainty the amount of corneal astig- matism and its axis. This information is of the great- est value in correctly prescribing glasses. The Opthalmometer is only one of the many modern instruments used by Dr. Frankenstein, to assure you of properly fitted glasses for whatever optical condition you may have. Dr. Frankenstein will he in his Atlanta office March 21 to 25. Always in Atlanta the third week of each month. 7-2tc Fort Worth Men Visit In Atlanta Atlanta was host to a delega- tion of Fort Worth civic leaders Friday when the Fort Worth Jun- ior Chamber of Commerce in coop- eration with the Roundup Club, of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 March 1939

The Citizens Journal ; sixty-first year Another Pot of Government Gold Another pot of Government Gold for Cass County farmers was placed at the rainbow of crop regu lation recently. This money will be paid far- mers by the Administration under the Price Adjustment Payments of 1.0 cents per pound on cotton. Farmers will get these Price Adjustment checks if they stay within their allotments. These payments are being slated for cot- ton growers as soon as possible after planting in the current sea- son has been checked. An addi- tional 2 cent Soil Conservation payment will also be paid to the farmers, provided special quotas are not exceeded. The Price Adjustment Paymehts are coming out of a .$212,000,000 appropriation by the last con- gress, while Soil Conservation payments will come out of a $500,- 000,000 grant. Cards are now being mailed out of the County office to all land- lords. This card shows the name of the 1038 owner, the 1938 opera- , tor, location and description of the ()...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 March 1939

' rf' 't T == ff||f.:• ..fp* ffs - THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1989 lis The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Ihone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year 11.00 One Year - -J11.80 Six Months 75 Six Months Three Months 60 Three Months C5 UNWISE CLASS LEGISLATION The mania for regulating every- body continues to exhibit itself. Among the most recent bills in- troduced into the Texas legisla- ture is one which would prohibit the advertising of prices for eye- glasses. It would confine adver- tising to what is known as "edu- cational or institutional" copy. Now, we see no reason why an optometrist or a firm of optome- trists should not have as much right to advertise their prices as a furniture store or a grocery store. The service whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 March 1939

THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1989 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. G. Dell Baptist Revival One week of special services were concluded Sunday night at the Queen City Baptist church. With Dr. Julian Atwood, pastor of the First Baptist church of Tex- arkana, assisting the pastor, Rev. L. L. Burkhulter and the people. Dr. Atwood preached twice daily and greatly endeared himself to all the people for his eloquent gos pel messages and his fine Chris- tian spirit. One hears remarks that it is easy for a preacher to use thirty minutes of time talking and relating incidents, but Dr. At- wood really preached for thirty minutes. Despite the fact that conditions seemed unfavorable, th<^ there was a good meeting, with several additions to the church. Queen City will be happy for Dr. Atwood to return. 1 West-Guyton A wedding of much interest to the citizens of Miller and Cass counties, was that of Miss Cora West, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. West, of Garland City, Ark., to Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 March 1939

Tej Get Red Hill P. T. A. The Bed Hill P. T. A. met Feb- ruary 17, with ten members pres- The meeting' was called to or- der with a song "All in Favor Say I." The minutes were read and i adopted. Mrs. Beasley read a letter about the conference that is to be held i in Kilgore. She also discussed the . social that was held at Mrs. Ruby- Hammock's, which was a chili sup per The subject of the program was "No One Can Walk Alone."' Mrs. Beasley discussed "The Chil- dren Playing Alone."' Miss Betts discussed "Trouble in Team Work.' The meeting adjourned with the Lords Prayer in unison. nmmMi . ■ y HI Atlanta P.-T. A. The Parent-Teachers Association met March 2 in the grade school auditorium with the president, Mrs Bob Howe, presiding. Meeting was opened with the singing of America, followed by a prayer by Mrs. Pruitt. During the business session a report from the 42 and bridge tournament was given. The returns of the tournament were given to the Journalism class to aid the school paper. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 March 1939

' THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1939 Texas Farmers Are Getting Smarter Texas fanners and ranchmen are getting smarter, is the belief of those who attended the recent farmer - manufacturer meeting here, where some 50 manufactu- rers from the mid-west and east, plus a number of Texas indus- trialists, met with a like number of Texas agriculturalists in a two day session to discuss their mu- tual problems. "The big thing 1 got out of the meeting is the definite conviction that Texas farmers and ranchmen have been doing a lot of think- ing," commented H. H. William- son, director of the Texas A. & M. College Extension Service. ^ "Farmers that 10 years ago- Pidn't know how far they lived from town rose up and told the manufacturers what they thought was wrong with the relations be- tween industry and agriculture, and ranchmen gave an impartial analysis of their problems. They backed up their statements with facts and figures, and reeled off from memory accurate statistics about freight rates, d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 2 March 1939

V • THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1989- \MYRNA Mn. E. E. Luttrell Mra. Hardy McWiUiaifis left Thursday for Los Angeles, Calif., to viBit her daughter, Mrs. H. M. Holmes. Mrs. Harland Monday and baby were guests of Mrs. Elsie Mon- day, last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor left Friday for Kilgore, where Mr. Taylor can have special care while getting well. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Endsley were dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. Hamilton Sunday. Mrs. Luther Blair of Queen City was a week-end visitor Bud Taylor. Lorene Little visited Christine McWilliams several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Regland Taylor of Kilgore were guests in the John Taylor home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Weaver have returned to Shreveport after having been with Mrs. Forshee for the past six weeks, owing to Mrs. Weaver's illness. Mrs. Luttrell was a dinner guest in the Johnson Avery home Sun- day. George Daugherty was home for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Del- la Daugherty Friday. Mrs. Carrie Echols...

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