Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on July 27, 1935 · Page 6
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OAKLAND TRIBUNE, SATqRDAY, JULY 27, 1955 if. MINISTER TO PUT SERMON THEME IN QUERY FORM B flllFSTlMli lULUIIUIIU iu - FE1TIIEM pj Christian Relay Race Topic Be Presented in , Query Form by Pastor In th absence of Dr. Relden-bach. Dr. Burton M. Palmer, pastor of the : Federated Church of Saratoga, is to occupy the. pulpit of the First ' Congregational Church here at the 11 a. m, service tomor-row. Hia sermon subject Will be "The Christian Relay Race." 'He supplements the announcement of bis topic by the following queries: Do you know what the Greek athletes called a lampadedromy? 'Is he on-going of Christianity anything like that? . Would you have been among the martyrs In Diocletian's persecution? . , Would you have joined the "Poor : Men of Lions" rather than give up the Gospels? Would you, like Jerome of Prague, have dared to visit John Husa tha night before they burned himr ' Then howfieroic are you now? Church School Comes to End A most enjoyable and favorable Church Vacation School of two weeks duration has just come to a close at the Grace Methodist Church, 10303 Foothill Boulevard Tha school was under the leader hip of the acting ' pastor, Walter Graef with Miss Sarah Ingram, Airs. V. Clark, and Mrs. McCowan . Tha school met from 9:30 to 11:30 each morning with an average at tendance of 40. The daily program consisted of songs, stories, memory work and craft work. The closing xerclses were held at the Church .. Monday evening, July 22 with over a hundred in attendance. The acting pastor, Walter Graef, announces two services to be held tomorrow. The morning service will be conducted by James C. Baldwin, a graduate of the Bible In- : atitute of Los Angeles. The evening service the acting pastor will take the theme entitled "An Old Shoe." He says "Little do we realize how much an old shoe can speak to us of great Spiritual trutns." ,, Talk to Be Given in Inspiration -Studio God and Man" Vilfbe toe topic , or tne Rev. Wesley Voice at the First Church of Divine Inspiration at Tranquility Studio, 809 18th Street, near Telegraph Avenue, to. morrow, at 2:30 p. m. HlchUf hts of the meeting will include healing services, music, singing, poem, vocal solo by Anne Relnhart, organist, Messages by credited mediums. The mid-week meeting will be held Wednesday, 8 p. m. Message circle, Wednesday and Friday afternoons. Benefit whist every Monday after noon. Rev. Augusta E. Robert is pastor of the church. - 1 ' " - Pentecostal Church To Continue Series The evangelistic campaign which . has been in progress during the past two weeks in the First Pente costal Church, Thirty-first Street. . near Grove, is scheduled to continue another week, according to the pas tor, Rev. J. Narver Grotner. A . praise service will be conducted tomorrow by the pastor at 11 a. m, At i o'clock in the afternoon, and at the evening service, Evangelist fnmp Megna will preach. A ser Vice will be held each evenlne ex . cept Monday, and each morning at w.iv, except Monday and Satur day. Tomorrow's Pulpit Topic Announced RICHMOND, July 27. The Rev. Hubert T. Doran will give the final aermon of the series on "Vision A World Need" tomorrow morning at tne Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered . after the sermon, "How Love Transforms the Unlovely" will be the theme of Rev. Doran'i sermon at the evening service. FULL GOSPEL Ellm Full -Gospel Church John K. Huhbrd, paator 11:00 a. m. "GOD'S POWER DEMONSTRATED By the Pastor . -; - 7:46 p. m. "ETHIOPIA ' IfT PROPHECT" 1 By Mrs. Hubbard I Also Tuesday tid Friday nights CHRISTIAN Fruitvale Christian ' Fruftvale Ave. and E. 17th St. D. L. HUGHES, Minister '. 11:00 a. m. ' "INTELlKCTTJ A LIS M" ?:45 p. m. "W1TH1X THE IAW" urn CHRISTIAN IWii Kiii,,iWwMM))ww), Worship In an atmoapher H ear - WESLEY 11 00 a. m. "JESUS THE PIONEER" FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ; i -29th St., One Block East of BroaeJwy ' J. HOUSE OF I.-" w? 4 If - Among the outstanding examples of beautiful church architecture in the Eattbay is St. Paul's Episcopal Church. This edifice is situated at Montecito Avenue and Bay Place. McNally to End Series Of G ospel Meejtings Here The series of meetings being held at the Gospel Tabernacle, 33rd and Telegraph, is bringing out large crowds, each night to hear the preaching" of Dan McNally, former convict, whose alias was "Joe Kenney." McNally uses Illustrations from his own experiences in the underworld to bring out gospel truths that have beett thundered by prophet, apostle and preacher down through the centuries. McNally served eight years in the Missouri State Penitentiary and he has told the story of his criminal career, his conviction and his sub A. D, Faupell, who Is delivering a series of addresses on the general subject of "Modern Prophets and Prophecies," at the Fellowship of Humanity, which meets at the old Scottish Rite Temple, 1433 Madison Street, every Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock, will have for his topic tomorrow, General Smedley Butler, The speaker is of the opinion that Smedley Butler is without doubt the outstanding social nrophet that has come out of the military ranks In our time. Faupell points out that General Butler, as the son of an American official, has often looked behind the scenes of natjonal affairs, and as a soldier in the ranks and as an army officer has a wide knowledge of the motives and activities of the world's fighting forces. The speaker will rise and answer vital questions on such issues as rearmament and the causes of war. Igor Stravinsky revised the score of "Fetrouchka" last Winter while in New York, mnkinp corrections and initialing them on Jose Uturbl's score, THEOSOPHICAL Theosophical Society Oakland Lodre No. (Point Loma) welcomes tha nubile to Open Forum Theoanphlral Study every Friday, 1:00 n, m. Madison Masonic Temple 148J Madison Street, Corner Hth Street, Oakland METHODIST First Methodist Church Hth and Broadway Rev. Elmer Ellsworth Helms, D. D. Hummer Quest Preacher 11:00 A. M. "Crucified by Custom" A Startllna, Different Story of the Crnaa Baritone Solo 'Tha Publican" Van de Water Everett Foster 7:4J P. M, "Doing the Impossible" Sermon Prelude "BEFORE AND AFTER" Chorus of 99 Men, led by Everett Foster, will alng; tha old famous (Joepel Hymn, "The Ninety ajid Nine" ef beauty and JoyI P. FORD Sunday TALK BASED DN MINISTER WILL MODERN SEEDS SPEAK ON SIN WORSHIP sequent reformation to hundreds of thousands in almost every State in the Union.,.' He is now in charge of a mission in Los Angeles. This Institution, known as "Dan's Mission" celebrated its first birthday a few weeks ago. and during that period 264,000 free meals were given the hungry and destitute. A large quantity of clothing was also presented to the needy. During this period the converts numbered more than 1300. At the closing meeting of his local series, McNally will take as his subject "From Crime to Christ," which is the title of his autobiography. Can modern Christians still believe that there is sin? If so, what is it? How can it be overcome, and eliminated from the lives of Individuals, and in society? These and other questions will be dealt with by the Rev. George West Barrett in a sermon on "Sin and Salvation" at the 11 o'clock service tomorrow morning in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Bay Place and Montecito MISSIONARY THE HAVENSCOURT COLONIAL CHURCH Church of the Crimson Cross Havenscourt Blvd., near E. Hth Bt. 11:00 a. m. : "BROTH ERING TUB BROTH EHLESS" Baltfwln Sherman 7:45 p. in.: "SETTING THE CAPTIVES FREE" living Ford PRESBYTERIAN MONTCLAIR PRESBYTERIAN 6701 Thornhlll Drive Rev. A. S. Moore, Pastor Sunday, 11 a. m. "AND GOD SAID" PRESBYTERIAN First Presbyterian Church J819 Broadway DR. JESSE H. BAIRD, Pastor ' 11:00 a. m. "KNOWING GOD" Sollst: FEATRICE IA SHERWOOD, Soprano . L T'' J"rRB,!" Mendelssohn My New Name MaeDermltt 7:80 p. m. "VICTORIOUS FAITH" REV. PAULDING B. FORRY Assistant Paator .."7 ,B?l,,lr"' 1Tron the Mountains" Marker "Ood la My Shepherd" '. ...D "rait mm .inerwoofi BIBLES VACATION READING FOR CHRISTIAN PEOPLE f""LBon,1J" on Worthwhile Sub.lecta Complete line: Enrollment Cards, Buttona and Text Books. Hand work for all area! Ib' in H styles and prices! Prayer Booke and Hymnals, Communion Seta. Stamp Department tor Collectora. WESTERN BOOK & TRACT COMPANY I7jn P.i.-..-i?"'lU,"1'i LHr Bible House. " 1 . " I'n nvrrnip DR. HELMS IDI'DEM VALLEY' CLOSE SERIES 10 BE SUBJECT OE MIS HERE OF DISCOURSE Minister to End His Summer Engagement at Local First M. E." Church Tomorrow Dr. Elmer Ellsworth Helms concludes his Summer engagement at First Methodist Episcopal Church tomorrow. Tomorrow night a chorus of 99 men, led by Everett Foster, will sing the famous old Gospel song, "The Ninety and Nine." Sermon topics for the day are "Crucified by Custom" in the morning and "Doing the Impossible" in the evening. Both promise things out of the usual. At the morning service Everett Foster, baritone, will sing "The Publican," by Van de Water, Mrs, Grace Towner at the organ. . The evening sermon will be preceded by a prelude on "Before and After," which Dr. Helms promises will be more than startling and revealing of what is now happening in America. The Doctor also will tell the story of the world's most favorite hymn, "Jesus, Lover of My Soul." Builders to Be Church Guests Dr. George W. Phillips will preach at both services tomorrow. His morning subject will be, "What's Happening in American Life Today." In the evening all the carpenters and builders of the New Tenth Avenue Baptist' Church will be the guests of the church and will be presented to the congregation. Dr. Phillips will speak on the subject, "When the Scaffolding Comes Down." e ' Pastor Will Speak On Righteousness The Rev. Marcus K. Hartmann will preach tomorrow morning at Central Lutheran Church, 411 28th Street, on the, topic "The Righteousness of the Scribes and the Pharisees." During the afternoon members of the Young People's Senior Luther League will hold an outing and meeting at Live Oak Park. The topic, "A Christian and His Amusements," will be presented by Charlotte Hartmann and Clyde Grim-stuedt. Avenue. This Is the third in a series of sermons on "Christianity and Human Problem" Other services will be Holy Communion at 8 a. m., and a service for children and parents In the. chancel of the church at 9:30, consisting of hymn-singing and an, sfddress by Rev. Barrett on "The Planting of the Church in England." TABERNACLE Bethel Tabernacle General Council, Assemblies nf God 1421 Twenty-fifth Avenue R. L. BROWN, Pastor 9 : 4G a. m. Sunday School 11:00 a. m. "BLESSED IS THE MAN" 7:80 p. m. "PEACE" Congregational PljTnoathOrarcfi 88 0B Piedmont Avenue Thomas T.jiGiffen, Minister lflOO a.m.. "THIS ONE THING" Sermon by Rev. W. Wallace Furze 10:00 a. m. Church School Primary, Junior and Junior High Departments First Congregational HARRISON BLVD. AT TWZKTT-SIXTH ST. SERMON TOPIC "The Christian Relay Race" Guest paator: BURTON M. PALMER Paator of Tha Federated Church, Saratoga, Calif. BRr-eaRENCB REIDENBACH. Mlnlater Summer Pastor to Continue Series of Vacation Talks At First Baptist Church "Death Valley" ii the theme of the popular 7:30 People's Service at the First Baptist Church tomorrow night. . Dr. Sanford Fleming, Summer pastor, will continue his series of vacation sermons by preaching on "Valleys of the Dead." Colored slides and moving, pictures of Death Valley will be a feature of this service, The music wilt include Sanderson's "Green Pastures," sung by Raymond Marlowe, tenor, and a number by the octet, "Seek Ye the Lord," by Roberts. ' Dri Fleming has chosen for his morning worship service aermon topic, "Lives That Bless." "God Shall Wipe Away All Tears" will be sung by ' Josephine Taggard and Katherine Donahue as a duet, and there will be a baritone solo, Scott's "Come Ye Blessed," by Harrison Ward. Festival to Be Carried Over St. James' Episcopal Church will carry over its patronal festival of last Thursday, St. James' Day to tomorrow, marking the same in song and sermon. The rector, Rev. W. H. G. Battershill, will speak on "The Ideal Parish or Workers To gether With God." "Woodbine Wil lie"( (Rev. G. A. Studdert Kennedy) said, "Men may hunt or even kill alone, but they work together; 'tis the law of life and lovje," and it is on this saying that the talk will be based. T The Prosperianf Will Be Radio Topic Vivian M. Bucknam, who has been speaking recently in San Fran Cisco as well as over the radio on "The Prosperian," the book written by Wallace Calvert, will give series of three successive talkron Friday evenings, starting August and continuing August 9 and August 16, at 8:15, at the Metaphysical Studio. "The Prosperian," as a book, as well as the radio hour of "The Prosperian," has been a source of delight and a very definite help to hundreds of people who have been enthusiastic over the results they have gained by the application of the teachings which it gives in very, clear, practical way, although it is "foot identified with any par titular sect, creed or religion, but is generously free to all who desire to better their living conditions financially. ST. PAUL'S ' CHURCH Bay Place at Montecito Ave. The ReV. A. Ronald Merrix RECTOR 1:00 a.m. Holy Communion 1:10 a.m. Church School Service 11:00 a. m. MornmgPrayer Preacher: THEmEV. GEORGE WEST BARRETT "Christianity, and Hiurian Problems" III "Sin and Salvation" Old StcJohrftf t gftlQ and firevt The Rev. C. W. Nelaon M.S., Rector Holy Eucharist :00 and 10:45 (Wednesdays, 7:30 a. m. Preacher: The Rector -"The Divine Character of Jesus" St. James' Church Uth Ave. and Foothill Blvd. St. Phlllp'a Chapel Capp Street and Nlcol Avenue Services, :00 and 11:00 a, m. Both Church Schools, 9:30 a. m. Young people, 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. H. O. Battershill Rector - ST. MARK'S Bancroft and Ellsworth Berkeley--Cars i and t REV; 3. LINDSAY PATTON Rector REV. S. L.. RIDDLE Student Chaplain Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m. Combined Church School and 1 Adult Service, 11:00 a. m. Evensong and Younc People's Groups. 8:4 p. m. ALL SOULS Spruce at Cedar, Berkeley The Rev. Theodore Bell Service, 7:80, 9:30, 11:00 a4 m. 7:30 p. m. i Children' Service. 9:30 a. tn. ML. W I 1 9 Truth Is Lesson-Sermon Theme in C. S. Churches "Thou hast redeemed me, O Lord God of truth." These words from Psalms comprise the Golden Text to be used tomorrow in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, branches of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston Mass. The subject of the Lesson-Sermon will be "Truth." Included among the Scriptural selections will be: "Blessed is that man that maketh the Lord his trust, and respecteth not the proud, nor such as turn aside to lies. . . I delight to do thy will, O my God: yea, thy law is within my heart. . . Withhold not thou thy tender mercies from me, O Lord; let they loving kindness and Evangelists Roxy Alford and H. E. Alford of Texas, whq for the past two yearS have been teachers In the Glad Tidings Bible Institute of San Francisco, are conducting revival meetings at the Glad Tidings Church, 1516 Grand Street, Alameda. This series of, evangelistic meetings, which opened on July 24, will continue through August 11. Services are being held each night 'except Monday, at Y:45 o'clock. Evangelist Roxy Alford has based many of her most effective sermons on the Old Testament prophecies and tne' Book of Revelation, and thousands have enjoyed her ministry wherever she has appeared. Evangelist H. E. Alford is especially known as an outstanding Bible teacher and prayer band organizer. Charles Kerner is pastor of the Glad Tidings Church of Alameda. Third Lecture of Series to Be Given Evangelist Paul Holsinger will give the third lecture tomorrow in a series based upon the happenings of the present time, in Ethiopia, in the light of Biblical prophecy. His lecture will be delivered in Grace Tabernacle, 548 20th Street. ' Max Austin of Dallas, Tex., will speak at 3 p. m. tomorrow on "The Life and Times of Elijah." Studies in the Book of Acts will be held Tuesday and Friday at 7:45 p. m. Speaker Will Tell Ut Uld Man ot Sea Dr. C. O.' Southard of San Fran cisco, author of "Truth Ideas of an M. D.," will be the guest speaker at Unity Wayside Center, 5365 Bond Street, tomorrow. His subject will be "The Old Man of the Sea." Phil Powell, baritone, will be the soloist. Graded Sunday SchooJ will convene at 9:30 a. m. The mid-week service will be held on Wednesday at 8 p. m. LUTHERAN THE LUTHERAN CHURCH NEAREST THE HEART OF OAKLAND First English 16TH AND GROVE Church School, 9:45 a. m. 11:00 a. m. Worship .Service . PSALM 46 Summer Studies In realms Rev, Mark Owen Heller, Pastor LUTHERAN CHURCH DIRECTORY Grand Lake Lutheran Euertd at Van Buren W. Oi RUEHLE, Pastor v 11:00 a. m. The Rev. Otto Rohrer "WORKING THE LORD'S VINEYARD" SneHnI Music, Nornn Duclns BETHLEHEM COLORED MISSION Sixteenth and Magnolia REV. OTTO THE1SS, Paetor SUNDAY SERVICES Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Divine Worship, 11:00 a. m. Trinity Ev. Lutheran The Church with a Parish School, 17th Ave. & 15. H. Haserodt, Pastor Orman Service. 9:45. English Ser vice, 10:45. Sunday School, 9:45. Redeemer Lutheran Sixlv. first Avenue and Brann St. SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:45 a. m. Frank Haedecke, Pastor 11:00 . m., Speaker REV. ARNOLD JONAS Bethlehem Lutheran Ashby.at Grove, Berkeley M. ENGEL, Pastor English Service, 10:00 a. m MR. A. WESSEL Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. ZION LUTHERAN TWELFTH AND MYRTLE STS. REV. GEORGE MIEGER, .Pastor German Service, 10:00 a. m. English Service, 11:15 a. m. "ADVERSITY" ' Service for the Deaf at 3:00 p. m. G. W. GAERTNER, SW-2463 District Missionary St. Peter's Lutheran 14th Avenue and Plymouth Street : REVIVAL SERIES EFFICIENT PLAN IS UNDER II TO BE OFFERED Ifiswarl iyaod Two blorka north ot East mn Bt. 8. S 10 a. m.i Worship, 11:15 a. m. . HERMAN C. THEJSS, PMtor , ' . , . thy truth continually preserve me" P. 40: 4. 8. 11). The following passage from the Christian Science textbook. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, will 'also be, included To seek Truth through belief in a human doctrine in not to understand the infinite. We must not Feek the immutable and immortal through the finite, mutable, and mortal, and so depend upon belief instead of demonstration, for this Is fatal to a knowledge of Science. The understanding of Truth gives full faith in Truth, and spiritual understanding is better than all burnt offerings I (p. 286). "Blessed Is the Man" will be the sermon topic of Pastor R. L. Brown Sunday morning at the Bethel Tabernacle, 1421 Twenty-fifth Avenue. He will say, in part: "In the world today there are many plans proposed by man designed to bring his fellowman peace and happiness. Some of these have proven a failure, others are-still in the experimental stage, while others are seeking our attention. Wars have been fought, money has been spent in defense of these programs yet very little has been accomplished. The Bible has, we believe, a simple yet efficient plan that if followed will bring man into a blessed state." "Peace" is the subject for the evening evangelistic service. Special music in song by the Sunshine Male Quartet will be offered. . Prophecy of Amos To Be Considered Rev. W. P. Grant, pastor of Eliti-hurst Methodist Church on 83rd Avenue, will speak on the topic "Amos, a Prophet for Our Day," at the morning service at 11 o'clock tomorrow. AW p. m. the Forum Hour will be held. The Cottoa Blossom Jubilee Singers will offer their spirituals and brief addresses will b given on the Ministry of Song. TiTbESTOW IJRDERS The Rt. Rev. Charles Hampton, newly-enthroned regionary bishop for the Liberal Catholic Church in America, will act in his official ca pacity tomorrow when he bestows minor orders and confirms several candidates at Saint Raphael's Chapel, 5653 College Avenue. The bishop is on his way to Canada to organized the work of the church there." CATHOLIC St. Andrew's Church ' !6th Street and Adeline Rev. JAMES McHUGH Sunday Masses: :30. 8:30, 9:30 and 11:00 a. m. OLD ST. MARY'S Jefferson at 7th. Street SUNDAY MASSES 6:30, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 and 12:15 Dally Masses, 7:00 and 9:00 Devotions to Our Mother of Perpetual Help every Tuesday at 8:00 p. m. REV. ARTHUR O CONNELL, Pastor BAPTIST, KTAB KTAB Tenth Avenue Baptist Dr.' GEO. W. PHILLIPS, Minister 1 1 :00 A. M. What's Happening in American Life Today 7:30 P. M. When the Scaffolding Comes Down The carpenters and builders of the New Tenth Avenue will be the guests of the "service. fllelr 06c Baptist 47th Avenue St Bond Street Between Foothill Boulevard and East Fourteenth Street Take Trnarlo or East Hth Street cars to 47th Avenue REV. CARLTON LEWIS KIRK. Pastor 11:00 a. m. "The Transforming Power of a Vision of Christ" 7:45"What Does It Mean to Be Born of God?" Listen In on KRE fct 9:45 Sunday morning; FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TELEGRAPH AT TWENTY-FIRST Popular People's Service -7:30 DEATH VALLEY Colored altdes ajid motion pictures of this fascinating desert land Sermon, Valleys of the Dead' , Raymond Marlower'tiior aololet . Anthem, "Seek Te tha tori" , 11:00 aV m., "Lives That Bless" ' '.' SANDFORD FLEMING, Summer Pastor .. KNOWLEDGE OF DIET! WILE BE TIILK MOTIVE Dr. Baird Will Discuss Vital Theme in His Morning Sermon (in Local Pulpit "Knowing God" is the subject, of Dr. Jesse H. Baird's morning sermon at the First Presbyterian Church tomorrow. Miss Beatrice L. Sherwood, soprano, will be the soloist for the morning and evening services. At the morning service she will sing Mendelssohn's "Hear Ye, Israel (Elijah), and MacDer-mitt's "My New Name." At the evening service the pulpit will le occupied by the Reverend Paulding B. Forry, assistant pastor, who will preach on the aubject, "Victorious Faith." Miss Sher wood will sing Harker'g ''How Beautiful Upon the Mountains" and Dvorak's "God Is My Shepherd." The congregational singing will be lead by Merrit D. Wells. Board Secretary Will Give Lecture Mrs. Helen W. Keeney of Boston, secretary of the General Woman's Home and Foreign Board of the Advent Christian demoioation, will speak tomorrow night at the local church, Rhoda and Montana Streets. Mrs. Keeney is on a tour of Pacific Coast churches, from San Diego to Seattle. This is her first trip to the Western Coast Pastor George E. Cooprider will preach tomorrow morning on the "Faithful Warning of God to Individuals and Nations Before His Righteous Judgment Is Visited Upon Them." Text, Amos 4:12, "Prepare-to Meet Thy God." Tent Meetings Are' Proving Successful The tent meeting on JOlh and Filbert Streets has proven a sue-. cess, with the tent filled every night to hear Evangelist Floyd Mc-Whinney. The evangelist's sister also has proven successful, Musical talent has been coming in from all over California. A children's dally Christian school,, with more than 40 small children attending daily, is one of the main features of the meeting. CATHOLIC ST. FRANCIS DE SALES In the Heart of the City Corner Grove. Hnhart and San Pahlo Avenue. Phone LA keslde 5057 RT KEV. MONSIGNOR JOSEPH GLEASON, V. G. Rector Sunday Masses, 6:30, 7:30, 9.00. 10:00, li:00, 12:15 SERMON AND MUSIC AT HIGH MASS (12:15) Sunday evening service, 7:4S with sermon of the day. . Special and seasonal dm'otionS as announced on Sunday. Dally Masses, 7:00 and 8:30. O 0 sgsooooooooooocccoocc

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