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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 September 1944

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—Number 1 HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1944 Subscription $1.00 a Year Double School Sessions To End Early In October J Relief from crowded conditions and elimination of the split sched- ules that have been necessary in ,certain grades at West University (Elementary and Roberts Elemen- tary schools are expected early in ■October with the completion of new, temporary classrooms, according to Dr. E. E. Oberholtzer, superintend- ent of schools. Almost completed are six new classrooms and a lunch- room at the West University school and two new classrooms at Roberts. At the present time, West Uni- versity Elemenary has 10 classes on split schedules—that is, half of- the classes meet in the morning and the others use the same room the afternoon. Involved are children in the first and low second grades. These children will soon be on a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 September 1944

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 28,1944 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Burt Rule Sports Editor A. Lee Burge Staff Artist Chas. G. Crocker Staff Photographer Advertising Rates On Request 2013 Second National Bank Building, Houston 2, Texas Phone Preston 8291 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1944 Thanks A Million To those civic-minded organizations, firms and individuals whose cooperation has made possible the launching of this newspaper, the Southwestern Times gives sincere thanks. Without their friendly support, such an enterprise would have been impossible. We acknowledge gratefully the cooperation of the city offi- cials of West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place. While the entire expense of stationery, clerical help an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 September 1944

September 28,1944 Post-War— (Continued from Page 1) educational facilities of the area will indeed be taken care of. Another interesting factor indic- ative of the healthy growth of the community is the various expan- sions planned by many of our pres- ent churches and the possibility for the establishment of other denomi- national groups. Says Miss Alice Repsdorph, Civic Leader, Southampton One of the best indications point- ing to the future development of the southwestern section of Hous- ton is the fact that the residents like to live here. In general, peopl In C LOVELY TO LOOK AT Is he i furlough? Let uk give your hair nev glamour. Head-lid- hair-dos . . . page- boys, chignon* feather-swirls, _ tope! Make yoi^ appointment 11 o UNIVERST Dale Wilson California, whe the former M Mrs. Herman s participated ir .er member of th ne leadership of Irs. E. II. Vance ,.-g on his campaig f/ home October 1 im a membe An E> the grou will be h 10 a.m. c Success-minded men and wot ninth Dal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 September 1944

September 28, 1944 BEAl and Mrs. Walter Geist, 4971 Willow Street in Bellaire, are mighty proud of that new daughter born recently. . . . We'll bet Ronald Featherstone of Bellaire, now with the Navy Air Corps in the Pacific, wishes he were here. His wife, Sally, gave birth to la fine boy early this month. . . . I Mrs. E. B. Durrenberger, 5218 " rae Burn, left last week with her 'o small sons to join her husband San Francisco. He is with the iil service in the Navy. . . . —Regular 89 VIrs Robert S. Judson, 4417 < b icia Street in Bellaire, on Sep- > for $1 U ber 13 brought into the world lades 2 ney Annette, 6V& pounds. Hus- l Pfc. Judson was lucky in get- DELIVERE. a two weeks' furlough. Grand- * '.ts of the new arrival are Mr. Mrs. W. R. McClellan of the address and Mr. and Mrs. S. :•' 'son of 3783 Carion Street in | University. . . . nd Mrs. C. A. Diehl of 2635 ry had as their guests < nily k-end, Mr. and Mrs - • 'Dallas. tig N ighty glad to learn that ^ ipman of 3771...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 September 1944

September 28, 1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 • * Honeymooning In California Warrant Officer and Mrs. Dale Wilson Vance are spending their honeymoon in San Francisco, California, where he is stationed pending reassignment. Mrs. Vance is the former Miss Rebecca Marie Engel- brecht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Engelbrecht of 3518 Corondo Court. Warrant Officer Vance has participated in nine major engagements in the Pacific and is a former member of the Little Beaver Squadr^ which gained fame under the leadership of "Thirty-one Knot" Burke. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Vance of Austin. He wears one silver and four bronze stars on his campaign ribbons. Mrs. Vance is expected home October 1 to stay with her parents while her husband is on duty. P. J. A. ACTIVE West University Parent-Teacher Association membership enrollment is now in progress, according to Mrs. Lonnie Jones, membership chairman, and everyone interested in child welfare is invited to become a member. An Execu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 September 1944

Page SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 28,1944 gifts TOYS FLETCHER'S HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY "Firestone Distributor" 2414 University Blvd. Notary Public j. 2-9907 Garden Groups Active After Summer Lull Mrs. Mary Graves, garden en- thusiast, was guest speaker at the fall luncheon meeting of the Braes- wood Garden Club at the Houston Club, September 21. Mrs. Graves' topic was "The Care of Camellias and Azaleas." Following the talk, Mrs. Graves led a discussion and answered questions on garden pi*ob UNIVERSITY CLEANERS S. F. MOOBE PEBFECTION IN CLEANING 3634 University Phone M. 2-2331 Expert Alterations—Dyeing Hot Work—Complete Insurance Coverage Sincere Wishes for Success to The £lrtJtwesbi>ui Times 2525 UNIVERSITY BLVD. The Garden Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Edgar B. Younger, 2607 Barbara Laro, September 21, at which time nine new members were welcomed into the group. Miss Margaret Palmer was guest speaker. Mrs. F. A. Huwieler dis- cussed flowers for the coming May; Mrs. R. H. Funk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 September 1944

September 28,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 •A gu Bes is valuable, but the ability to keep your mouth shut in one guage is priceless. RICE BOULEVARD DRUG STORE 2507 RICE BLVD. Lehigh 8584 Drugs, Cosmetics, Fountain Scrvice, clc. We Invite You To Visit Our Modern Hardware Store Where You Will Find A Complete Stock Of Hardware, Plumbing Supplies, Fertilizers and Garden Seeds, Du Pont Paints. Let Us Handle Your Plumbing Problems ★ WE INVITE YOUR PATRONAGE WARK HARDWARE & PLUMBING (0. 2706 Bissonnet Street Tel. Hadley 1844 3756 TANGLEY West University Place HOUSES FOR SALE "Social Notes- Mr. and Mrs. John Albin Greaner the recent marriage of their daughter, Betty Jo, to Mr. Norman G. Hyde of the United States Navy, at Rosenberg, Texas. Mr. Hyde, who has been serving in the Pacific theatre of war, has re- turned to Newport, Rhode Island, for reassignment, and Mrs. Hyde is making her home with her parents at 0105 Fordham. Mrs. George W. Dentler enter- tained with a tea at her home, St...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 September 1944

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES September 28, 1944 NOW READY! Rice Blvd. Food Market Our Expanded Facilities Are Now Ready to Serve You Better. We Are Glad To Announce the Following Departments: MICKIE'S CAKE ANGEL FOOD 6-Inch Size.. 25 We are happy to announce that MICKIE'S BAKERY, so popular with residents of this section, is now a part of our store. Large Size IP ANA Tooth Paste 27 CHOICE VEAL SQUARE CUT SHOULDER ROAST Lb. 25 MICKIE'S BAKERY with residents of this section, is now a COMPLETE DRUG DEPARTMENT A New Department has been added in our larger store to meet your Drug needs. Save money by shopping in this Department. EXPANDED MEAT DEPARTMENT We have tripled the space in this Department and are selling only Meats of the highest quality. Complete line of Delicatessens, Fish and Poultry. We Also Feature BARBECUED MEATS, Prepared in Our Own Pit Daily. Enlarged Fruit and Vegetable Dept. We have rearranged and expanded this Department and are offering the highest quality Produce avail...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 October 1944

v D Volume 1—Number 2 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 5,1944 Subscription $1.00 a Year Post-War Committee Presents Paving Plan Program Outlined For West University Stresses Importance Of Through Streets Proposed Paving Project Mapped For Section !□□□ □ □□ UUU □□□ □□□ Qcm □□ a i i i Hi H cm L... ii i MCZ1I I QtZO □□□ una BBS The above map, with proposed improvements designated in black, was prepared especially for readers of the Southwestern Times. It shows the emphasis placed by the Post-War Planning Committee of West University Place on providing through streets. The broken lines indicate proposed extensions to eliminate dead ends. The map depicts only those projects to be pushed by the city and does not include dozens of streets which can and doubtless will be paved through the unanimous participation of the property owners. Texas Stale Guard Overnight Maneuver Slated for Oct. 21, 22 Company A of the 22nd battalion of the Texas State Guard will hold its next overnight maneuver Oc- tober 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 October 1944

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 5,1944 astem times 6 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Soithside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Burt Rule Sports Editor A. Lee Burge Staff Artist Chas. G. Crocker Staff Photographer Advertising Rates On Request 2013 Second National Bank Building, Houston 2, Texas Phone Preston 8291 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 5, 1944 Kirby Drive Drainage Program The City of Houston received bids, September 27, on the construction of the first unit of the storm sewer to be located on Kirby Drive. Tellepsen Construction Co. was awarded the contract on a bid of $146,357.00. The first unit consists of the main line from Brays Bayou to Bellaire Blvd. The system when com- plete will drain a large section bounded on the west by Annapolis Street in West University Place; o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 October 1944

October 5,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Milford Street =L~?PPI I • a North Blvd. SSSfSSa Ruskin Street Southside Place Duffy Realty Co. $1BP00,"Mr.haHarra™iligS said!" asked cooperation of the public Jiet'd, Qet A&jfUtUntedl POPULAR BRANDS WHISKEY NOW IN STOCK VILLAGE PACKAGE STORE 2437 UNIVERSITY Ben E. Brewer is a young man not afraid of the years. In fact, he goes out to meet them. When asked his age by the Southwestern Times, he said "Almost 39," instead of clinging to the 38 figure until Hal- loween day, when it will change officially. Mr. Brewer is a councilman and mayor pro tem of Southside Place, where he has lived since 1939. His home is at 3775 Elmora. Both Ben and his wife, Elda Frances, gradu- ated from Rice Institute, he in 1927 and she in 1930. There are three youngsters, Ben, Jr., 12 years; Nora, six, and Paul, who is all of iven months. Assistant cashier of the National Bank of Commerce, Mr. Brewer is president of the Houston chapter of the American Institute of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 October 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMElS October 5,1944 English Girl Is Recent Bride Here Mrs. William Devers Johnson, a recent bride, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Court of Osterley, Middlesex, England. As Miss Mavis Thelma Court, she was a member of the Royal Airforce dele- gation at Washington, D. C., where she met Mr. Johnson. She was educated in London and Paris and is a graduate of the Royal School Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Johnson, at 6128 Auden, Southside Place. (iutU ^Jcuplosi A resident of your com: seller. Specializing i 6421 RUTGERS Tvlce to buyer and ' 'MADISON *2-3201 "Social Notes" Lt. William 0. Sabom arrived home from McCloskey Hospital Fri- day to be with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Sabom, 2700 Fen- wood, and to welcome his new son, who was born Thursday morning. Mrs. Sabom is the former Miss Felicia Slataper. Lt. Robert F. Sabom, another son, is assistant adjutant stationed at the Columbia Air Base at Columbia, S. C. His wife and two-month-old son, Robert Terry, will j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 October 1944

October 5,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 / Expert Radio Repairing KRENZLER RADIO SERVICE 2607 Iflssonnet J. 2-7449 Calls Keep WUP Firemen Hopping The Fire Department of West University Place had two busy days last week, according to Chief J. A. Metcalf. On September 24, firemen answered calls at: 4100 Marquette, grass fire; 3130 Plumb, washing machine; 2018 Sunset, grass fire, and 4141 Swarthmore, first aid call. The following day they were just as busy with calls at: 3810 Bellaire, grass fire; 0414 Vander- bilt, grass fire; 4128 Ruskin, trash fire, and 4031 Rice, ironing board. While about 25 men, nearly all of the volunteer force, respond on night calls, the force manages ade- quately with the four or five who can respond during the day. Bellaire Kindergarten Ages 3 to 6 Years M. 2-3868 5212 Spruce MRS. F. D. McCRACKEN Bellaire Corporal Is Liberator Gunner ALLBRITTON'S CAFETERIA "A Good Place to Eat" 2529 Rice Rlvd. Hndley 0066 WAGNER'S BARBER SHOP NEW, CLEAN and SANITARY Expert S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 October 1944

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 5,1944 GARDEN CLUB GROUP The Rose Study Group of the Garden Club of West University . Place will meet in the home of Mrs. M. W. Baynes, 3012 Lafayette, a COLD WAVES HAIR STYLING by MALE STYLING EXPERT Bring out your Best INDIVIDUAL PERSONALITY Machine and Machineless PERMANENT WAVES COMPLETE BEAUTY CARE of HAIR - FACE -- FIGURE Keystone 3-3390 Tuesday, October 10, at 10 a. m. Mrs. Marguerite Palmer will speak 'Bulbs and How to Care for Them." The anxious expectant father was about to collapse under the strain of two hours pacing the floor out- side the delivery room. Finally a nurse came out and said, "Well, it'} all over, Mr. Grimes, congratula tions!" "Don't waste time with congratu- lations now," he shouted, "just tell me quickly, is it a boy or a girl?' "Why, it's a girl," said the nurse "Thank goodness," cried Mi- Grimes, "thank goodness. She'll never have to go through what P' just been through the past two hours." MRS. J. A. PEASE PRACTICAL N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 October 1944

October 5,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Rambling— (Continued from Page 0) 3929 Marlow and daughter, Doro- thy Jean... . Mr. and Mrs. Preston R. Plumb of 2623 Barbara Lane have flown to Washington and New York for a three weeks' stay. Our sincerest sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Lord of 6039 Edloe, whose tiny daughter, Diana YOUR PRIDE ...AND JOY Of course, you want to keep that pet outfit beautiful. Our Sanitone drycleaning has a repu- tation for preserving fabric beauty . makes tired clothes fresh and lively again. CAMPUS CLEANERS 2533 University Blvd. CHEST DRAWERS Roomy, well constructed Chest of Drawers. Four large drawers and two small, 45 inches high, 14 inches deep, 33 inches wide. Only $20.00 BOOK CASE SPECIAL Four graduated shelves. 45 inches high, 29'/2 inches wide, 9Vz inches deep. Regularly $11.50, Special this week $10.00 Houien Home Service Lumber Co. Leone, died Wednesday, Septem- ber 27. . . . Lt. (j.g.) J. W. Runnels, who is stationed at the United States Naval...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 5 October 1944

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 6,1944 Sunbrite CLEANSER PINTO BEANS DEL HAVEN BLEACH MISSION SUGAR PEAS PURE PEACH JAM 3..... 13° 2 Lbs. 1 9C Quart 4 (f\c Bottle A No. 2 07c L Cans LI Not Rationed Lb. ^OC Jar Not Rationed RICE BLVD. FOOD MARKET FRESH, FIRM, MEATY Prunes - 5' HOME GROWN TENDER Okra > 5C Cauliflower ...5c SNOW BALL FIRM HEADS Lb Egg Plants .5c HOME GROWN FIRM Lb. " " 1 SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY J TEXAS NEW PACK Tomatoes O No. 2 Cans 20 Pt§. Each 25c SURE FIRE Matches i"| Large \J Boxes 19c RANCH STYLE BEANS Not Rulionci Q Tall %3 Cans 25c MICKIE'S BAKERY "The Taste Tells the Difference' STREUSSEL BREAKFAST Rolls Doz. 2 I© Southern Chocolate Nut Cake Each PURE BILBERRY Preserves Lb. Jar 25c DRUG SPECIALS! 100's BOTTLE BAYER'S ASPIRIN 49c 30c SIZE SAL HEPATICA. 19c VICK'S VA-TRO-NOL.. 19c DURKEE'S COLORED Oleomargarine Lb 3SC CONTINENTAL DUTCH GARDEN Mushroom SAUCE 23c 100% Pure—Home Style BAKING POWDER Lb. Can Calumet 15c With Purchase Extra Can lc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 October 1944

Volume 1—Number HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 12, 1944 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year q New Schools For Area Urged By Southgate Club The Southgate Civic Club, at a meeting October 4, joined in the movement to expand this section's school facilities and passed a reso- lution to recommend to the school board that a site be purchased for a junior and senior high school to serve the area of Southgate, Braeswood, Southampton, West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place. "We feel that a site for th( schools should be obtained now while desirable property is still ob tainable," said J. D. Bryan, Jr.. president of the group. "We would then be ready for construction in the post-war period as soon as men and materials are available." The business meeting was com- bined with a banquet and enter- tainment held in the private dining room of Bill Williams Chicken House with 120 in attendance. Dr. Robert E. Nesmith, entertainment chairman, presented "Pinky Hull," pianist, and Cal Emmert, ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 October 1944

Page 2 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area by the Sentinel Publishing Company IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Burt Rule Sports Editor A. Lee Burge Staff Artist Chas. G. Crocker Staff Photographer (Application for entry as second-class matter is pending.) Advertising Rates On Request 2013 Second National Bank Building, Houston 2, Texas Phone Preston 8291 . . Evening Phone Madison 2-1085 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 12,1944 Volunteer Workers Merit Praise When World War II was declared, residents of West Uni- versity Place seemed imbued, to a man, woman and child with the spirit of winning the war in the shortest possible time and, along with it, of keeping their vital civic services operat- ing at the highest level of efficiency with the greatest possible saving in manpower. They have done, and are doing, a fine job. While it would be impossibl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 October 1944

October 12,1944 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Political Race— (Continued from Page 1) maintain water department at the highest level of efficiency, main- tain other essential services and re- duce expenditures wherever pos- sible. How well I have succeeded is evidenced by the records. "While there was a $30,000 defi- cit in the general fund at the end of September, 1941, the city is now on a cash basis with a surplus of some $24,000. "I shall cooperate with the new commission in all worthy undertak- ings that will make this a better community in which to live and rear our children. Our returning RICE BOULEVARD DRUG STORE 2507 RICE BLVD. Lehigh 8584 Drugs, Cosmetics, Fountain Service, etc. HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Furniture, Fans, Toasters, Vacuum Cleanero, etc., Repaired. Quick, Dependable Service 6117 KIBBY DRIVE Next to Bank VILLAGE THEATRE Kevrtone 3-6371 TODAY 'EAGLE SQUADRON' FRIDAY ONLY 'GAMBLER'S CHOICE" "TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS" SUNDAY AND MONDAY BETTY GRABLE "PIN UP GIRL" with MARTHA RA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 12 October 1944

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 12, .1944 POPULAR BRANDS WHISKEY NOW IN STOCK Imported Rums, Brandies Imported and Domestic Gin • Outstanding Assortment of Domestic and Imported Wines VILLAGE PACKAGE STORE 2437 UNIVERSITY Lehigh 7100 Southampton Civic Club's First Meet Of Year Draws Good Crowd The Southampton Civic Club held its first meeting of the year October 2 at the home of L. H. Wil- liams, 1902 Ilice Blvd., with a large and representative attendance. In the absence of the president, Wm. G. Farrington, Vice-President Wil- liams presided. Ninety-three mem- bers were present, 69 of them being new members. A business meeting was held which reports of committees Wi received. Plans for the impro ment and betterment of the South- ampton area were discussed. The program featured solos by Violette Moliere and a talk on Latin America by T. L. Evans, manager of the Foreign Trade De- partment, Houston Chamber of Commerce. 4 Tramp: All I ask is to be given work in my line. But I must be...

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