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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

SCHOOL EDITION FIRST SECTION T Phone 13 ALL DEPARTMENTS \ OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF KOHGEK, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 267. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927. TWENTY-TWO PAGES TODAY TO BUILD BIG REFINERY ■•{• * -Y- •Y- Y Y- Y- Y- Y ^ Y* ^ Y Y* Y ^ ¥ .y. -y. .v. ¥ ¥ ¥ Y* Y- Y- Y- Y Y- V Y> * * * * * * HURLEY COUNTY COMMISSIONER local man to placevacated by j. t. hodges Veteran County Commissioner Resigns on Account of 111 Health SERVED 20 YEARS Borger Lawyer Appointed to Fill Out Unexpired Term at Stinnett The city of Borger now for the lirst time is represented on the county commission. 1,. (J. Hurley, local attorney, was yesterday appointed by the com- missioners to fill out the unex- pired term of .1. T. Hodges, who re- signed on account of ill health. Mr. Hodges, although his resi- dence was in the second precinct of the county, which includes Hor- ner, lived only about a mile this side of Stinnett, as this precinct covers much territory. It has long been felt i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

PAGE TWO THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927. p4>H Bio.pt i The Borger Daily Herald ished at 10i2 South Main Stjreet, Borger, Texa$, every Evening Saturday and on Btnday Morning, by NUNN-WARREN PUBLISHING ;'0., Inc. NEAL n. NORRIS T^U. OAHJFIELD Manager Managing Editor at Entered as second-clans matter November 23, 19 2S, at ttie post office Borger, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1S97. Tllu Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication • news dispatches credited tea it or not otherwise credited lu aud also the local news published herein. >r- pn per SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY Evening Evening and 3unday J7.50 only r..U Ouly — . . 2.50 BY CARRIER IN CITY fer Week Per Mouth tOc 70c MAIL IN ADVANCE 1 your 8 mo. 'j mo. $4.00 2.St> l.jtfc $2.00 1.D0 .70 Hy mo. 70c DUc Ilui- Year _ $8.00 Ail unsolicited articles, manuscripts, letters u:id pictures sent to The Herald are sent ut the owners risk, tnd the publishers expressly re pudiate any liability ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

9 v. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE HOT CONTEST IN BAT RACE AMERICANS Simmons and Heilman Are Neck and Neck For Leadership WANER HAS CINCH j I Hard-Hitting Pirate Has Sewed Up National IR> Title CHICAGO* Oct. 1. (AP)—While Paul Waner, the hard hitting 1 • i11h- burg outfielder lias sewed up the National League individual baiting championship for 1927, a merry contest, with the winner still in doubt is waging in the American circuit between A! Smmons of Phila- delphia and Harry Heilmann of De- troit, the off again on again champion. Including games of September L'S, unofficial averages show that these two players are separated by (he narro wmargin of one point, Sim- mons leading with .390. The slugg- ing Tiger outfielder however, ap- parently seems destined to win the honor which lie has held every other year since l!)-'l because of his spectacular spurt with the wil- low. Last week Heilmann was four points behind Simmons, who is making a great effort ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

I I I mMm By Speck ,|; t.1. •tH £ * * I p. m m <*♦ id ili Hi ?<s hi w $ Ui w ?t a ST I* di t .1 <r is 15 ft > * I « I *! ( !* K If K tl It « i I il ■ t I ■ I ■ Today marks the beginning of the Hig-Rex fifteen day movie cir- cus, fifteen days of solid entertain- ment. (wo weeks of perfectly bal- anced programs. The Kffi theater opens Hi is even! wth a two-day showing of "Fire- man. Save My Child." starring the Inimitable comedy team, Wallace Kerry and Raymond Hatton. Yon first saw them in "Behind the v„nni •• then as two goofy gobs in I turns .vi in the Navy Now," now score Front." "We're they're in again in fi nets burlesquing every drama you've ever seen. Following on Tuesday is "Ma dame Pompadour." starring Doro- thy CSlsh and Antonio Moreno ittg the features are good comedies, und Ion onedav each week the Kig is showing International News. The Hex theater is holding over The Lalfin' Thru Company with the two black boys. Toinmie and Cit- ' ton, as it's part of the fift...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1027. THE BORGER DAILY HERALD i — ■ pag¥ ftVfc A\ e Daily Her aid Classified Ads j Use Borger Daily Herald Want Ads For Results < j ;! HATES: Two ccnts per word per inflection, three insertions for live cents per word. All * want ads are cash in advance. J Many Americans Visit Grave of George Eliot A. F. & A. M. Isom Lodge, Call 1242 Stated Meetings, First and .iird Thursdays. Odd Fellows Muiil every Wednesday night at 8:30 at I. O. O. | F. Hall 1-2 block w'.at Frazer Hotel. Students Cry For Jobs at State Univ. At'STIN. Texan. Alionl thirty hoys have broil helped to secure jobs by the l'nivei\sit\ V. M. t\ V. at the I'niversity of Texas since the bei(lnniiiK of school, uccoifliilK to Mrs, .lohiinle Fay (Murk, stu- dent employment secretary. The demand for work however, i much greater than the supply of jobs. For lasting Beauty Hhoppe. marcels Ruby Lee 2(i7-Stc Zigler's Market is Crowded Saturday I!' P.or'ier Is dead tlin crowd u,i I I lie l reel fa lied to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

' mzm Women Meet Again The Business and Professional Women's club recently organized In Borger will hold its second meeting Monday evening at 7 o'clock i nth dining room of the Hotel Black- Mrs. Fisher Bonds, district organizer of AmariUo, will be at the meeting. All who are or have been members of the B. P. W. C. in other cities, are invited to attend thlhs meeting. The first meeting in Borger was held at the Tulsa cafe last week Mrs. Creola Spriggs, who is a mem- ber of the Independence club, was chairman at the meeting. Mrs. Don Dilley spoke on the good of the organization to Bor- ger and all pledged to work for a membership of 50 in a month. The table was decorated in the nation- al club colors, blue and gold. Small dolls representing baby Borger w<jre given as souvenirs. Candles Jtipreseutiug the buring torch of wisdom were at each plate. Those who attended were Mrs. C. O. Miller, Miss Gladys Burn- side, Miss Mae Oldham, Mrs. Creola Spriggs. Miss Clara Upchurch, Mrs. L. Dora...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

SCHOOL EDITION t SECOND SECTION ■Bnrgcf , "w OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF BORGER, TEXAS Phone 13 \ ' Jjf ALL DEPARTMENTS J' VOL. 1—NO. 267. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927. PRICE fie BORGER SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY >> johnny miller j MOORE HELPED FIGHT RATTLE OF Pioneer Business Man Has Been Officer of Schools for Year IS OKLAHOMAN Handles Financial Affairs of Borger School System i As secretary of the Borger board jof education, lleywood Moore, pro- prietor of the Alamo Garage and I pioneer business Borger business I man. is anothei to realize the ter- I rifle struggle encountered in or- ganizing schools in this city. Mooi'e was named an officer of the board when the Borger inde- pendent sehol district was estab- lished a year ago, working with John B. Miller, president. All financial affairs of the school body «ei'e brought to the atten- tion of Mr- Moore who experienced a trying year in launching the school project. Heywood Moore came to Borger from Brist...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

BORGER tmsf i —— I - f 11 (Continued From Patfe One)\ r- m. ,y.£ It Queotfror.; Miss Helen E. man". Junior, high school, Louise MeOhee, Lora Clemo Lena Mao Hawkins, Judith Sh nod. Central ward grammar sehoo' SXlss Mildred McGhee, principal; Mrs. June Stults, primary; Mint Juna Clear, primary: Miss Mary CorueUson, second grade; Miss Rutli Staines, second grade Miss BernJce Small, fourth; Miss Rosine Lawton, third; Miss Ruth Iumau, fifth; Miss Ruby Sparks, third Miss Nuiicy Anderson, sixth; Miss Neva McDermott, fifth; Miss Clar- ice Bak6r, fourth. East ward; Mrs. Chandler, prin- cipal; Mrs. I.- Sinclair Ligon, pri- mary; Miss Melva Bullock. second: Mis-; Elizabeth Jnggers, fourth; Miss lla Mae Stringer, fifth. Weatherly: Mrs. Thomas B. Ab- ney, principal; Miss iris Crawford, primary; Miss Hazella Mathews, first; Miss Grace Roach, socond; Miss May Evans, third; Miss Ora Kae Small fourth; Miss Bess Vaughan, fifth; Miss Eleanor Bow man. Marland; Mrs. Lula B. Freeland, principal; Mrs. Esk...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

PANHANDLE LUMBER CO. t HELPS SCHOOL Furnished Material For First Building to be Built in South Borger IN BORGER EARLY One of String, It Was Located ^ Here More Than Year Pi!* Ago 1 Advocating hotter schools along With general civic development, the Panhandle Lumber company, one of the major industries or tlie Panhandle oil field, is another firm to welcome the opening or live; new buildings lor Borger educa- tion. The Panhandle Lumber company was one of the first, lumber con- cerns to locate ill Horger, coming here over a year ago to add to the circuit or .'!« lumber yards in this section or the country operating under one head. Although headquarters are in Amarillo, this firm is a valued booster to Borger and the sur- rounding field. J. E. Hill, gener- al manager and vice president, at Amarillo, was one or the business men rrom this part or the state to acompany the Texas boosters on their trip through the east with (!ov. Moody. Boosting the Pan- handle was Mr. Hill's sole aim in m...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

mm \ PLANT Indiana Plans Lincoln Memorial ! ALL-AMERICAN Of 40 Families Employed, 37 Have Children in Iscm School 240 BUILDINGS Daily Output Is 50,000 Pounds of Carbon From 6 Units \ •yy-.V. Of 40 families ai the Western Carbon Black plant near Burger 37 of them liave children and most of them attending schools ill the city, it was learned yesterflny in a checkup by I). H. Hardee, plant superintendent. Nearly nil of these children are attending school at the Iaom school house in the south section of Bor- ger. With a program of Improvements involving some $60,000. more fam- ilies wil be brought to the Carbon Black camp as more employees are added. The company today has an investment of $1,500,000 in Borger, boasting the largest plant of its kind in tlie world, under one management. ' The plant now has six units of buildings each, with a total of 24U burning buildings. The output daily is 50,000 pounds of car- r; French Bread Cheaper and May be Improved PARIS (API—Bread, beloved in J ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1027. THE BORGHR DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE rr§ {• ) * I SHELL AP SOU SPECIALIZE 01 $ §LS bcon u,nf, i„ IIh' anhool building, i jAPANESE GIRLS SMOKE TO GET THIN1 Mild I 111' work liil;: I.UCII kept it|> ln| ] the liiKliiiHt uradc, Vlrgrli Shell i declares. Hlioll and Son al«o .sprciulizc in I municipal buildlup,. Tlicv Ijuvc 2.", j.<>>' .'10 moniiniciiin ol' tliair work on i tli ■ South I*1::Iiif-. in the form ol ' j city hails and scliooln About 100 mull arc now employ j cd on ;i contract which Shell and n .. _ jSon hold for coiniti nci ion of a1 illiiit tlorger | |j| j,.j( school house at i'lcmons. for- Schools Have Wide I jner orunl> neat ol Hutchinson Experience j county. Men Who $4V0Q0 PAYROLL Loc* l Labor Largely Employed on Work in This City Masons Build Home Js by Fraternity Craft HART. Mich. (AI'I Square, level i ami compass ol Masonry meant [something more than symbols to! H. II Shell and son of Lubbock, j 1.. Hrijins Mitchell of Hart. Vftev c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

W *A-M' Jte < * «Mk v< (THE BORBER DAILY HERACD ' SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927. IEMTMKS HALF CENTURY. ALL FOR LOVE Englishman, 70 Years Old, Takes to Woods After Jilting SEENTTIMES Barbed Wire Keeps Curious From Rural Fortress of Recluse GREAT CANFIELD. England (A P)—In a hermit's rural fortress near this 11 Me Essex town lives James Mason, 70 years old. who for BO years has hid himself from the eyes of men. When ho was a youth of 20. his sweetheart married another man. and Mason fled into seclusion to hide his inconsolable sorrow. For BO years he has not looked upon the face of woman. Mason's brother, Thomas, two years younger than the recluse, de- voted himself to the care of James and throughout the live decades has been his sole attendant and companion. Only three times during this half century of exile has James Mason been seen by men other than his brothher, and these were all within the past few months. Once the old man, tortured by rheumatism and a threat of paraly- sis, fe...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

SCHOOL EDITION * ■'<? '1 '1 'm' ' ■ ' ' ?;V'V. -J -'ft'- ALL 1 KP AUTMKNTB (r.JHT- THIRD SECTION OFFICIAL PUBLICATION CITY OF nORGER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 267. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927. PRICE 6c THE YANKS MARCH AGAIN "OVER THERE" m w HEA Down the Champa Klysee between lanes of countless Parisians marched Yanks by the thousands in the parade which formally opened the American Legion's first overseas convention. Bands blared and flags fluttered as they stepped along—a motley assortment of soldiers, sailors, marines and nurses of yesteryear, but still able to plant right and left feet in unison as close examination of this splendid photograph shows. The Legionnaires in this particular group hailed from Pennsylvana* THOMPSONS ARE PROPRIETORS OF GROWING STORE Increased Business Compares to Increase Borger Schools WERE PIONEERS Esablished Offices Here in July, 1926, While Town Was Young Italy has more than three times i A central selling agency for the as man...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

| PAGE TWO THE BORGER BAILY HERALD GREED PROMPTS MILLIONAIRES NO TROUtJL^ AT ALL TO SMILE Union Districts Losing Ground Because of Tie- ' Up i SEVENTH MONTH m goth Sides in Long Drawn Argument Standing Pat m CH1CACO (APi The war be- tween operators and miners In the central competitive coal field,! launched last spring when miners refused any modification of tlu> li^xyXySI SPECIAL FOR 30 DAYS %0. lacksonviile enters sides IPl-> iilixv:-:: < ml ire licins of feeling the iniion A Beautiful 4-Piecc Bed Room Suite $65.00 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927. It. isn't a bit of bother to smile, co-ed of Kent (O.) State Ci liege "Smile Girl" for 1 027-2s. She is says Miss Thelnta Jones, i 9-year-ol<l i She lias been crowned the college < h farmerette from I'aimrya. O., and i wajre scale. fall months with both parently standing firm. Some Ohio mines v orked with flare-ups prevalent, but. most of mines of Illinois and Indiana are standing idle. Illinois operators and workorn at :i confere...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927. r THE BORGER DAILY HERAED PAGE THREE \ M • Here's Willie's Dream .Come True 4 • t II •A i Inns Going Out With No Hot Dogs in Sight PAllIS (AP) — Roadside res- taurants and wayside inns are slowly diminishing in Prance. The automobile is hlamed. Old fashioned folks say that when the modern French must choose between their lore of speed travel and their love of a good meal, they let the good ineal go. It doesn't provide ;is interesting, a subject to talk about as does the distance they succeed in driving during the day. The coming of the railroads a century ago was responsible l'or the beginning of (he decline ol' the "auberge" or inn, which, all over the country, fed and sheltered stage coach travelers. It was im- agined that the automobile would revive them. The signs point to the Contrary. The hurry of the automobilists has not yet succeed- ed, however, in traducing quick lunch stands and hot dog vendors along the roads of a land that has made an art ol' ea...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

i'S PEACE VISIT TO PARIS eSS&s •-#1 [ WW m -Hf •Jtf "Blackjack'' Pershing 1 «• years older along with all the others of the Second A. E. F., is pictured here in Paris for the American Legion contention. At the top, he iinds an old friend at the Hotel Crillon; below, left to right, are Pershing, General Petain, and French War Minister Painleve. IX VALID HIDKS l\ AI It HARROW. England (API Mrs. Hannah Smith. AO years old. had herself carried to an airdrome in her invalid chair so she could take her first airplane ride. Upon landing she said, "I was most strock with the beautiful yiew of the garden below me. 1 enjoyed every minute of the flight." Herd of Antelope Found, Hogg County ■■wr- THE BORGER DAILY HERALD SAWDUST IS WIDELY USED IN INDUSTRY W ste Material Largely Used For Fuel Is Pro- fitable TOO BULKY Used in Making Gun-Powder and in Other Manu- facturing HOUSTON". Texas, (API—Inter- esting, sometimes remarkable, facts [ are disclosed by a study of the most commonplace object...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

SUNDAY, QCTOBEE 2. 192?. TU« tfOKGKlt DAILY HERALD - — >— —~V - i-.' *i''" tmmrnum -in" miiiUK.^. 3$• ffii - -• ' roi /! id!if\ <£^1 11. y tfscfitosa: .n. :;35^EK5 3 «KiW ■•YVMSi MLiLCfjmi ■ . . li^rr ;. tL-. -. LI1*.;!!: f rTT'j*

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 2 October 1927

| ' '•<g^ JVTiarTl' r THE HUTCHINSON COUNTY HERAFal ' in 11? ■• I SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1927- fC> r W J $. ilr 'airfloMi'iV!? 'W/// m a ill i? P 9 8 WE ARE PROUD of the fact that we were awarded the contract on the Bor- ger school buildings, and CONGRATULATE The Faculty and the Citizens of Borger for their Faithful Efforts in Accomplish- ing this Great Work. .'■Si •£/•*&. 'Si.. . .+ .. .v4«. BUILD FOR AGES! An Examination of the buildings already constructed by this concern will convince you that here is an orga- nization qualified to handle any project—large or small. As an evidence of durability of structures we can point to any number in this community and else- where that have stood the test of time for years. Any proposition from a Bungalow to a Shyscraper will re- ceive our careful attention. We invite you to consult with our experts. It will be to your advantage, we are sure. .11 I V & .. .9 I* General Contractor Lubbock Texas k Ci vj "V <*) ><

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 October 1927

SCHOOL EDITION FIRST SECTION si Ptone 13 AT.Ii DEPARTMENTS <W« OFFICIAIi PUBLICATION CITY OP BORGER, TEXAS VOL. 1—NO. 268. ASSOCIATED PRESS BORGER, TEXAS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1927. PRICE FIVE CENTS SCHOOL LIST INCREASED * * * * * * * * H- * * * *• # * -v. .y. .v. .y. .y. * * * # * * ^ rj ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * * * CITY COLLECTS ITS FIRST TAXES « • ■«? KILGORE GETS FIRST RECEIPT FROM CARNS Borger Collected No Taxes on Property During Its First Year SCHOOL TAX DUE Miss Thienes Urges Prompt Payment to Avoid Later Congestion Miss Ara Thienes, school tax as- sessor and collector announced this morning that her office was ready l'or collection and urged the citi- zens to pay their taxes early and avoid congestion of the last few days, in January- Miss Thienes stated that as yet no" collections had been made but that several oil companies i and supply houses has promised to pay their assessments thi week. Her office is located in the old postoffice buildings on south main street. C. J. Carns, cit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Borger Daily Herald — 3 October 1927

m WV9W--* T- U. CA a-„S£W UFJBI.D Jk e'rei at se'cond-ciurii * ffiaVle'r ibet 23, -1 23, at the post ot- Kntt. , mummm Ice at Borger, Texaa, undar the act 1 of March 3. 1897. •Btlt'tfc 1 $ Th« AsaocUuU Pre « U •xelu«iv*ly entitle ca iW vi* J&r r^ubiicatU'V trf Tfl]. diapAtctwia crWHttfd to, it or not to tUia p*j ar aud mUo ttt« locAl uewt vubti bi*d herein. feOUUOfcU'Tl ON ftATfcS iADVANCE nwr VTC* It— MY UAtb J l « 8 1 YSAH 1(0. HO. MO. ■Ttatat « Sam. ?.S0 M-OV '4,00 70, *>«im Unto .l)U H.So' 1.50 6«f« ■uud«r Outy -- ISft 1.38 -70 80- BY CAHRIKK IN CITY P« Wi«k t"er Muntti Jy V j - SO* 70e 88.00 All UBloUelled rtteU«. i.> nu .T-i|>t !<■' tera fc&d i lotur«s eat to The Herald tr.'t lent Kt <iAlien rlak. and thu publishers ex Br« al> rejiudiatea auy liability ux rfc pun i fcitiljr for their safe custody or return. Th. utmost rare wilt to taken, however, to aw lb 4t they are uot lust or miapbiced in thtl of He*. ... Jorfcer's day & don'6, ,ita sun et< ...

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