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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

Hi ijTiiii,* • ff SWEETWATER 4TH ANNUAL WATER CARNIVAL SECTION II SECTION II L" VOLUME XLI SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1938 SWEETW 4Ttt ANNU WATER CARN NUMBER t Beauty Revue To Be Held A t Newman High School Stadium # . • ' • • • • • t • i • 9 • , * > t > 9 t (> ft > • I ft Directors See Need For More Room For Events Arrangements Made Whereby More People Can Witness Parade The fourth annual Water Carnival and Bathing Beauty revue will be held in Newman high school stadium rather than at the municipal swim- ming pool as was the case in 1936 and 1937. Directors of the carnival saw the need for large space in which to parade West Texas' beauty queens, likewise more seats for the ever increasing crowds attending the revue. The event, by unanimous consent, was moved to the stadium. There are from 2,000 to 2,500 comfortable seats on the west side of the stadium in front of which the 21 entries in the Miss Sweetwater event will parade. There is su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

Made! i ll All Towns T-P Road <£", 1 '• _ - " - ••-■■■■■ ;1 —a—ir.ri.rn YrrtrfrHrn. Brought to Sweetwater '.V 1|B Effort to Enconrage Swimming in West Texas ■ JF' ~x A1 Stiles, commissioner of the Gulf AAU swimming meet here Saturday and Sunday, has just returned from Fort Worth, Where he attended an AAU SWimmlng meet and extended an invitation to the participants to take part in the tournament here. Stiles was given a good re- sponse to his invitation and nu- merous competitors assured him of their presence for the local contest. He was given control of the public address system to extend his invitation twice at the meet. The Gulf AAU is composed of all territory lying south of the Texas and Pacific railroad tracks in Texas, advises Homer Williams, regional vice-president of the AAU. Competition for the northern section, or Southwest unit of the AAU is to be staged at Dallas the latter part of this month. To Encourage Swimming "The Gulf competition was brought to Sweetwater to e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

AT,ffJLTlS,"BW j r- ' \ <• • I • • • • • * • ' • I • > I, * T • 5 • !> t (• i A I J&WEETWATE* 1KP0RTER, 8WEETWAI**, TEXAS 27 West Texas Cities Sending Representatives 21 Sweetwater Girls To Compete For Title And Galveston Trip The fourth annual Wat- er Carnival and Bathing Beauty revue, Thursday and Friday has attracted the larg- est number of entries in the "God^'ss of West Texas" and '^liss Hweetwater" con- tests in the history of the event. Twenty-seven West Texas cities are sending rep- resentatives to take part in the Goddess contest and 21 entries are listed in the "Miss Sweetwater" competi- tion. The Board of City Develop- ment, sponsoring organization, is offering the most attractive prize list since the event was inaugurated in The girl winning the "Goddess of West Texas" title and the one winning the "Miss Sweetwater" title are to receive an all-expense paid trip to Galveston, which will include three full days spent in the resort city, train fare, including p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

its Vie 36 Medals, Honors ;-r Winers Eligible To Take Part In Sate and National AAU Meets Daring Year • Directors of the fourth an- nual Water Carnival and Beauty revue and officials of the Gulf AAU swimming and diving meet agreed Tuesday to make all events in connection with the swimming and diving meet free to the public. All events are to be held at the municipal swimming pool and no charges are to be made, either for the eliminations or the finals. The meet is scheduled to begin at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, with qualifying rounds to be completed at 8 o'clock Satur- day night. Finals will begin at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Thirty-six medals are offered to first, second, and third place winners in each of twelve events. Those scheduled include 60 60 yard, 100 yard, and 220 yard free style, 60 yard back and breast 'r- ke, end fancy diving from the three meter board in the junior classification. Men's senior competition embraces the 100 yard, 220 yard, and 440 yard free style,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

m W w WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1980 SWEETWATEB REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS SECTION Olympic Star to Attend Gulf A.A.U.Meet Ind • • • • % • • • • • • • • 0 t • • • • • • t t • • • • • • • • • • • • , t • • • • • • « • Bob Skelton, Meet Judge, Noted Swimmer Served on Same Olympic Team With Weissmueller; Was Breast Stroke Champ Bob Skelton, of Houston, com- ing here as chief judge for the Gulf AAU swimming meet, dom- inated the national and inter- national breast stroke field of swimming from 1920 to 1927. One of the finest breast stroke swimmers in America, Skelton is an Olympic champion and served on the same team with Johnny Weissmueller in aquatic competition. He captured his first national championship in 1921 and broke the world's breast stroke record. He held many national breast stroke championships for the next five years, and in 1926 became the 200 meter Olympic breast stroke i champion. Skelton carried the banners of ; the Illinois Athletic club of Chi- cago in his swimming compet...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

I i?,#' Hs; I".w • . oor Star, Entered Movies In 1923 Figures Will Give Judges Plenty Of Figuring ''M&'MMA H* • •• *-w • - ' . x '• • ' i 1. 1 KIM: '4 ^apilx - ~~ l ?il; I I c Here .ire six West Texas you up; women who will give (lie committee of judges, responsible for selecting the "Goddess of West Texas," plenty of figuring to pick the winner: They are, top row, left to right: Olivia White, Miss Eastland; Nelda Parish, Miss San Angelo; and Mar- tha Cochran, Miss Big Spring. Bottom row, left to right: Lillian Lamb, Miss Stamford; John- ny Chadwiek, Miss Merkel; and Opal Hill, Miss Mineral Wells. BEEK IS DECLARED A NECESSITY DARWIN — (UP) — Beer is a necessity for working men in Northern Australia. This state- ment, made by Dr. Cecil Cook, chief medical officer for the Northern Territory, is now in- cluded in Australia's official records as it was made before a court. BOY GETS HIS NICKEL'S WORTH MARYSVILLE, Cal. — (UP) make the public peach-conscious, advertised that he would s...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

sts lac- 1 in K# 9 # mwDuii, JWT is, raw SWEETWATER IEFOBTER, SWEETWAT8E,7 91X40 Reigning Goddess §im Francos Prewit. came from Stamford last year to cop the "Goddess of West Texas" crown over a field of more than 20 beauties. As l!>:S7 Goddess, Miss Prewit is reigning hostess for this year's event. She will lead the grand march at the Goddess' hall Friday night. China May Seek New Agreement To Sell Silver Present Pact With U. S. Expires Friday; London Gets Bullion Entrants in Goddess Event Are to Register Informal Reception and Tea for Contestants and Their Escorts Friday All contestants in the "God- dess of West Texas" event in connection with the fourth an- nual Water Carnival and Bath- ing Beauty revue Thursday and Friday will he required to regis- ter in the lobby of the Blue Bon- net hotel between 10 and 1:30 o'clock Friday. Each entry will be required to be at the municipal swim- ming pol, in bathing suits, for a group picture and rehearsals at :! o'clock Friday afternoon....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 July 1938

§lp>li •—fwMiMWi&ii srii ' ■' ''v> - ";v ■; •.".'•••'• •" ^vSferiJ".''.'.v • 'f IS#iP Sffl| iced Officials To Be In Charge Of Aquatic ite Of Gulf AA U Swimming Meet UvJRW. ■ ,' yifEN I B Sweetwater's municipal swimming pool, costing more than *35,000 and rated as one of the best pools in Texas, is to be the scene of the annual Gulf Amateur Athletic Union swimming and diving meet. Sweetwater becomes the first city north of Austin to become host to the Gulf AAU meet. All events, both Saturday and Sunday, are to be free to the public. "FIREBUG" THEORY ADVANCED BY CHIEF BOSTON — (UP) — Sexual maladjustment is the force be- hind a "great majority" of per- sons who set fire to buildings, according to George Mansfield, chief fire investigator of the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety. He finds, how- ever, that "most criminologists have entirely overlooked the sex angle." Welcome To Sweetwater AND THE Water Carnival Come to Sweetwater and enjoy yourself. You will delight in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 July 1938

m Mm "'w? 1 > • \ - t f •i t f) * j •> « ! 5 FOURTH ANNUAl WATER CARNIVAL OPENS State Highway Commissioner To Crown Beauty Harry Hines, Wichita Palls, one of the best known members of the Texas highway commis- sion, is to arrive in Sweetwater about 6:30 o'clock this evening to be present for the "Miss Sweetwater" beauty revue in connection with the opening of the fourth annual Water Car- nival and Bathing Beauty re- vue. Commissioner Hines, who has evinced a keen interest in all West Texas matters since his appointment to the highway commission in January, 1935, by Gov. James V. Allred, is to place the crown on the head of one of 21 young women select- ed by judges as the "Miss Sweetwater of 1938." The coron- ation is to take place on the plat- form for that purposes erected in Newman high school sta dium. Harry Hines Movie Star, Coming Here, In Radio Interview A novel experience Is pro- mised to theatre patrons who attend the Texas the- atre Thursday night when George O'Brien...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 July 1938

ill ■>■0? K! Sweetwater reporter, Sweetwater, texas THURSDAY, JULY «, 1938 mil'1 H [ ),i I I I I II I J III I .11 .11 — nis Squad To Compete In District Tourney At San E SOFTBALL DIRECTORS REVISE GAME SCHEDULE Tourney Officials Postpone Games Until Next Week Yanks Take American League Lead, Dodgers Halt Pirates at Thirteen NEW YORK — (UP) —The New York Yankees took the lead in the American league yes- terday when they outlasted the St. Louis Browns to win a 10- See YANKS Page 6 b rc«!« Large Group MILLINERY Priced Clear Reduced MILLINERY Our Finest CAtfl Hats, Now ... JVV Only 28 Dresses Thai will "walk out" at the rediculously low price of $1 54 Fine Dresses Former prices forgotten. Out they go— $2 One Group LADIES' SHOES ?fcLr .. 1.001 Large Group SANDALS Priced f £ A To Clear ... JUST RECEIVED Another Shipment of Those WIDE SHEETS 69c Still not enough to Satisfy popular de- ^ main!, so if you need sheets, come early. Fine Quality LADIES' SHOES | Repriced Sell .... 2.00 Highest...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 July 1938

" 'f. ' j «| • • 3 *1 J • • i • 1 • • • ^ t • • • • • • Il > ratJRSDAY, JULY 14, 19ft* Nazis Qrab Ex-Chancellor But Not 'Tell'Tale' Papers | ' \ r U'/: BY MILTON BRONNF.R NEA Correspondent LONDON — Kurt von Schus- chnigg, the blonde, good-looking and last Chancellor of an in- dependent Austria, is some- where in "Great Germany" un- der the surveillance of the Construction of Vegetable Bin Is Demonstrated Net Wire Provides Proper Ventilation For Garden Products bin pro- and dreaded Nazi secret police, the Gestapo, and the chances are that ho will never regain his freedom. When Hitler marched an army into Austria and seized that country last March, one of the first things the Gestapo did was to make a feverish search, not only of Schusch- nigg's personal papers, but of the Austrian archives. They came back with empty hands. Friends of the young Chan- cellor had previously smuggled out of Austria a large number of vital papers. These are now said to be in a safe deposit box either i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 July 1938

^"iSe^Reporter's pubUca- Editorials- J cheerfully corrected upon be- , to attention of the publishers. PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER REl>ORTER—Features SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1938 aswsodm on «" Inc. - rj|i office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. George flennitt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. « sSSdaTmorSS a^ 1& ^kiT • Thursday by The SweetwaterRet c. Entered as second class nutter at poet- _ 3. 0, 1920. remembered not hi* hand, nor the day he delivered them from the enemy.—Psalms Never a Dull Moment Of all the faculties of the mind, memory is the flrat that flourishes, and the first that dies.—Col- EVERY BALLOT FOR SHEPPARD FITTING TRIBUTE JULY 23 George H. Sheppard's record at Austin assures him of re-election. But even so, every ballot in Nolan county should be marked for him on July 23. He has earned this respect from the voters of his home county by his Unstinting devotion to a public trust. Election day should be "George H. Sheppard Day" in every precinct in t-hia county. Let...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 July 1938

• • v *$■■• wM - ■ ■ m IIhI Jl tpni T*$m I !I?MH ■Nsn THURSDAY, JULY Ms 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE Commodity Credit Sets Aside Huge Fund For Wheat Loa mm In II |« I III <1 he fie td Ja lie I • lie th 23 % • • • Minimum of 60 Cents Bushel Is Anticipated Ever-Normal Granary Plan to Include Other Wheat Growing Counties WASHINGTON — (UP) - The Commodity Credit Corpora- tion today announced that $100, 000,000 had been set aside to fi- nance wheat loans to farmers, coincident with Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace's disclosure that the United States will propose establish- ment of an international ever normal granary at the internat- ional wheat conference opening in London tomorrow. Chairman Jesse H. Jones of the Reconstruction Finance Cor- poration announced establish- ment of the $100,000,000 fund, al- though Wallace has not yet dis closed the loan rate, which is expected to be near the mini- mum of 60 cents a bushel. The rate must be announced not late...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 July 1938

WWSHWiSft •jwWBf ' JSP® on of Told They Can Regain Foreign Cotton Market Staple nded Processing and Packing Also Suggested As Necessary Steps COLLEGE STATION — (UP) —The 2,000 Texas farmers, who aw "going to college" for three daps at the annual Texas A. and M. short course, were told that they could regain their lost fore- ign cotton markets. Harry Brown of Washington, assistant secretary of agricul- ture,. told the farmers that the foreign markets could be re- gained but that it would be nec- essary first to produce a better quality of cotton. Pndnrr Better Staple "Texas farmers can produce the type of cotton foreign mar- kets want and can process, pack and ship it in the manner de sired," Brown said. "We must begin a cotton im- provement program. It is the old story of building a better mousetrap and having the world beat a path to our door," he said. Speaking of soil conservation, Brown said that farmers should "farm their land, not mine it." H. H. Williamson, director of the Te...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 July 1938

■ytc HSI o THURSDAY, JULV 14, 193* LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT Attorneys-at-Law Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texaa MAYS & PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas (t it <l Professional Directory Protection ami Preservation of Precious Vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary Dr. P. T. Quast, Optometrist LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 TO EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures Mo Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, Aycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Woolworth's 5 and 10 ® tjsed cars r* Guaranteed • Priced to Sell save on a good used fi® car Pick one out today Terms can he ar- ranged to suit you. -LOANS- • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just. Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER motor CO. FREE Wed., Thurs., Prl., Sat. Of This Week O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 July 1938

:■??,- * J, avfe1 MP:' I • *es :si Romantic climax in "Blond Cheat" when Joan Fontaine finds daring a dance that she 1MB stampeded Derrick de Marney into a proposal. The RKO Radio romantic comedy presents this brilliant conple In a story of many clever situations at the Ritz today. Hughes— Madge Evans and John Boles in "Sinners In Paradise", which shows today at the Texas. ADVENTURE ON A SOUTH SEA ISLE Highlighting scenes of ele mental love and hate when nine passengers are cast away on a tiny desert island in the Pacific Ocean after a giant airliner has • caught fire and crashed, Uni versal's "Sinners In Paradise" comes today to the Texas The- atre. Madge Evans, John Boles and Bruce Cabot are featured in the leading roles. Other well known players in the cast include Gene Lockhart, Nana Bryant, Char- lotte Wynters, Milburn Stone Morgan Conway, Donald Bar- ry and Willie Fung. Marion Martin, termed by stage commentators, "the most beautiful girl on Broadway" makes her screen debut in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 July 1938

Mi I) •) f) • ) c nd lL.'* ! In, (i id • hn, Ed- E. Irs. rh> a [ib- * ITS, lr. eir Miss Joyce Whaley Wins Title Of 'Miss Sweetwater Of 193 Hughes Modestly Disclaims Credit For Record-Breaking Flight NEW YORK — (UP) — Hail- ed by New York's millions as no man has been since Lindbergh came home 11 years ago, Howard Hughes today modestly waved aside all credit for his record- smashing flight around the world and said it was a triumph for American engineering. He and his four companions rolled up lower Broadway, but, even while the cheers of 500,- 000 were beating against his ears, Hughes gave the laurels to men who designed his super plane. (jets Official Greeting It was at the city hall where he received the official greeting of Mayor LaGuardia that the lanky millionaire refused to take any credit for one of avia- tion's greatest triumphs — a flawless flight around the world in half the time it had ever been done before. "If credit is due to anyone," Hughes said, "it is due to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 July 1938

m&Wm wm®* m ■ " - ■■■; ■' . SWEfitWAttR RENTER, SlTEfitWATfh, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY !* X9SK One Thing We Promise You. Whatever you buy here must be satisfactory or your money back. diked or Crushed Pineapple - - « 15® Dinner Club, Extra Sifted Peas • - - 2 Cans 25c Doby's Best Flour •• 12 Lbs. 43c Blue Ribbon Cream Meal • • 10 Lbs. 29c Pure Cane In cloth bag Sugar s ibs. 2925 lbs-1 *25 14 oz. Bottle ^ ^ Catsup - - - - lO® 19« Calumet Powder 1-! P. CAN Pet or Carnation Milk - Sm. 7 Cans Nice Large Milk Fed DOLLAR Each Fryers -- 39&49c Bologna Lb. 1©® We Handle Only One Grade of Meat— The Best. Fancy T-Bone 4^ Steak - - - Lb. 28c Veal Extra Good Chops - - - Lb. 20® Bird Brand Shortening 4 lh. 8 lb. 39c 78c MFAT VAIUSS Fresh Larger Tender Grain Corn Each 2® Fresh ^ Tomatoes - - Lb. 5® Fresh Blackeyed r rc H J0^ Peas - - - 3 Lb. 10® Full of Juice g^ —g Lemons- Doz. 25® No. 1 can Apricots - - Can 10® Early June g^ —g Peas • • 3 Cans Z3C Pork&Beans - can 5c Fancy TOMATOES 'il- 25...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 July 1938

FRHBCY, mt a. im SWEnTXTEK REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS y f$np PAGE t ? > Mill* V MOVE m (UUi • rjtogj ntDw Each of these money-saving prices on fine foods is an invitation la come in and (jet acquainted with our QUALITY, ECONO- my, SERVICE and friendly way of doing business. One shopping trip will tell you why hundreds of fami- lies shop here daily for their fooil needs . .. make it this weekend. Del Monte PEACHES TOMATOES No. 2\ Can 2 Limit No. 1 Cans or No. 2 Cans FRESIJ LOAD BLACK DIAMOND WATERMELONS GUARANTEED RIPE * Wilson's Advance SHORTENING 8 lb. Carton 78c 4 lb- Ctrl. 39* LIMES 'Z'\ " 12c PEACHES^;' 15C GRAPES Seedless. Ib. 12 ic PLUMS,"ir:cli's. :10c ORANGES/." c:"if:. 19c BANANAS;,"1' 15C Del Monte ASPARAGUS 25c Value Full TJ GALLON GOODS SALE 39c 59c BLACKBERRIES Gallon RED PITTED CHERRIES Gallon Fresh Car CORN DODGER MEAL Similar to Old Fashioned Home Ground Meal a II). Sack !<f 10 ,b- ?Cr20lb- A Sack . . Sack 43c Pure Cane Large Size Vine Ripened Each GROWN AT CL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 July 1938

Is HsBESt • upon the ehu> or reputation of any _ corporation, which may k Mjr of The Reporter'^ publica- 1 ba cheerfully corrected upon be- . to attention of the publishers. Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER . . . . • -• • Published each afternoon exoept Batwday. also Sunday morning and Its weekly edition on Thursday by The Sweetwater Reporter, c. Entered as second class matter at po • as second class matter at posiu office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920. Inc. PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1938 George Bennitt and 'Russell Bennitt, Pubs. thine almt may he in secret} and thy which teeth in aecret himself shall reward openly.—St. Matthew 6;4. To pity distress is but human; to relieve it is Godlike.—H. Mann. V GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP CHARACTERISTIC OF BEAUTY REVUE Sportsmanship is ordinarily thought of in terms of 'athletics. But it is in reality sticking to the rules and engendering good feeling under competition. Certainly the competitors for the "Miss Sweet-. . water" ...

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