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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

* aw THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 7, 1960 PAGE SEVEN THIS WEEK S Sports TRI-COUNTY BASEBALL NEWS ROUNDUP M R. PHILBR1CK, Rusk High School Principal and former coach Thursday did one of those seldom things: a hole in one. Mack's triumph was in Number 11 hole of the Jacksonville Country Club. Says he was using a Number 6 Iron. Witnesses were Bill Gobcr of Jacksonville, Pete Crimes and Virgil Carrington of Rusk, with whom he was playing. THIS MA\ BE SPORT Three fellows are riding from Lake City, < olorado, to Dallas burroback. The winner gets $1,000. There are more lucrative outdoor activities than riding a donkey for $1 15 a mile. RODEO TIME IS HERE. The Jacksonville Jaycee-Riders Club event i- Thursday Rusk's big three-day Lions Club Rodeo begins August 11. IN JUST A FEW years we've seen America become boat conscious. Io own a pretty fancy rig nowadays is average Most of these pleasure craft are not just n quick way of getting up the lake to fish. They're an end in themselves. Motorboating...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE EIGHT JULY 7. I960 Market Improves For Field-Ripe Toms Rush Expected For Children's Birth Records By Dr. P. A. Young Kail tomatoes usually boar well and sell for 5 to 10 cents per pound in September to November here. People pre fer the flavor of our local field-ripened tomatoes The market is improving ¡n th<- tnlargmg ciüps of this part of Texas. Late in June is 'he usual time for planting toinntoes f'*r the i.'il crop It pa.^ to plant the seed in a hot bed an-i the seedlings should he ■' tall .¡bout 2 weeks later Then U pa>: also to cold frame the ' mutoe* with 1 sheet on the frame to protect the seed lings during the 1st 4 days and hours of severe storms The plants will lx- ready for ?ettircg in a field about Aus . t 1st or will wait in the frame during a week' for ram to wet. the <<¡1 Irrigation wan r increa1' the chance fi<r prof.' ■! m truck cr-.ps here The plan's hould be set carefully in the field to Ret a perfect stand of plants, with a goo...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

w m '0.'' Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * STREET BEAT An ur.usual call was received by Jacksonville Police this week. They were asked to investigate a mail becauw he was honest. A truck driver stopped at a local service station and filled his tank with gas. Jte then tried to get the at- tendant to give him a receipt for a higher price than he had paid lor the gas. When the attendant refused he threatened to leave without paying for the gas so the service station attendant told him to pay the amount that was on the pump or leave his truck. The truck driver called the police and ask them to see what they could do with the service station man. They told him he had better pay his bill and leave town The reguLar meeting of the City Council that was to be held on the first Tuesday of the month has been postponed because of the holi- day and will meet next Tuesday MONK SADLER and his fam- ily attende...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

pi THE CHEROKEEAN PACE FOUR JULY 7, I960 PHA nMi,BLE The Truth About Prescription Cost Did thai UiT prescription ««m high priced? It miy have b«on something new . . . not yet man producadi Penicillin wat vary coatly, when new, but now if'a inexpensive' You can't guato prescription cesft, but you can depend on ut for fair price* at PHONE rZ7A May Drug Inc. Lariiia at Ragtdala Jacksonville Nrn;«iTr • SfHvict . sAnry Colorful Qucbcc Combination a<iia>i k'atiwial Ra\lu i calí-che, complete with a pr Uy «irl arid a «tar let-coated Royal Canadian Mounted Policeman, make a colorful combination at Quebec !ity — "more French than France it elf" and the Mecca of thousand 1 American visitor* each nummcr Read The Classifieds LET US PERFORM YOUR LOOKING FOR A SPECIALIST Our M. D (money director) will help you work out your budget and give you financial guidance on all your home remodeling or repair plans. Whether the |ob is big or small . . . -jive us a prompt call Phone 9137 Free Estimate...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

READ THE CLASSIFIEDS M HEALTH HORIZONS Swimmers Warned of Ear Wax Dangers Add to the list of summer discomforts tamed by science, the alarming onslaught of dizziness sometimes called "swimmer's ear." Affecting people of all ages, this form of vertigo Hares up as soon as hot humid weather makes swimming inviting. Warning that excessive ear wax—particularjy when the condition prevails in only one ear—may lead to serious or even dangerous conse- quences, Dr. Albert P. Seltzer of the University of Pennsylvania Graduate Hospital made this point in a recent medical journal: common sense demands that re- moval of ear wax be part of every awimmer's summertime health routine. 1 Cold water entering the ear labyrinths responsible for body balance causes vertigo, the Phila- delphia physician explained. When *vax clop an ear water Alls one labyrinth and not the other. The Resulting unbalanced reaction makes it difficult for the swimmer to judge body position. Unaer these conditions swimmers ofte...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 7 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGC SIGHT JULY 1W0 \ f 1 I#®* V:í,' < i 5'-£y> í Mfá . : "?>*V ■ * | " ■f'V^ '•<$ & (^L '. k$$, %C ■ ?JK f. , < 4 n | T^M JUNIOR TWIRLERS—Thin quartet, (left to ri^ht) .Jan BarLer, Cristi - Hanna, Judy Duncan, and Sandra Parker, all Jacksonville Junior Hitfh ntudentft, won first piare in their cIk-h* at a twirlinjc contest in Lonjfview. Mrs. Moore Is Hostess, Newcomers Coffee Club * 'f 1. L, , , t ' ff i f t i 20-40 Club Enjoys Outing Charcoal hamburgers with all the trimmings was the treat en- joyed by member-, of the 2040 Club Tuesday < '.enirig as they met on the joint lake lots 'i .Ir and Mr. Karl Mc «"Jaughe;. and Mr and Mrs Roland Adams Mr ;<.nd Mrs Carroll Wilson and the McGaugh eys were (o hosts for the occasion which featured boating, skiing, and barge riding for entertain merit Members attending were Mr and Mr- A <, Acker, Mr and Mr Lincoln Harber, Mr .-rid Mrs Billy liob ' arnpbell. Mr anrl Mrs Ho' ' an-.' Mr arid Mrs W A Groom,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

ltd lie- 'Hound . . T ow n 9ítí/í iRaundaiout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the n«wsg*th«rins facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencias in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 1,1 ' * Mltl P CY tfox #0«<) ~ ' Vr* Jot 1U-«1 10' per Copy NOTWITHSTANDING t h e fact that ifs been a busy week, we've VOLUWE "3 JULY 14, 1960 THREE SECTIONS 20 PACES NUMBER 4 still had time to watch the proceed- ings out California way, via the picture box in the living room. Don't know about the rest of you folks, but Roundabout has the feel- ing we've been "snowed." Could be that Truman had the inside dope ... a fact time will bear out, one way or the other. And, regard- less of the convention's nomina- tion, before we complain (if it didn't suit us), we should remem- ber that the action this week ori- ginated at the local level . . . the all-im...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO School Food Service Meet Held, Tyler Registration opened at 8 o'clock Monday morning at the American Legion Hall in Tyler for the con vention of the Texas School Food Service Association Over 600 delegates were expected for the three-day meeting Jame* Winfred Edgar, State (ommtfSMoner of Education, ad dressed the opening session nt 2 pm Monday fie was graduated from Howard Payne Academy, received his Bachelor of Arts de- gree from Howard Payne f'ollege, and his Master of Arts and Dot- tor of Education degrees from the University of Tfxas H i s Doctor of Laws degree was con ferred bv Austin College in 1958 Id 1&5Í). Edgar received the Distinguished Serví e Award of the Dtxa# State T'achers Asso- ciation as. c.uU'anding Wucator of the vear The following year, be received the A Harris A '.'om- pany Trx* Aw„rd for ouUrtand ing achievements in the field of education. Other Speaker* Pn-eedinK Edgar's address, (liarles ¡4 Hicks, School Lunch Consultant, Texas Ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

nil (Hi WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 14, 1960 PAGE THREE Mrs. James Fitts and daui;h- (■•r, DarUno and Mrs. Nina Sher- man visited Mr and Mrs. Mike Cassidy and Phillisa at Bryan Saturday. Darlene remained there tor a longer visit with her sis- tor Mrs. Cassidy and iamily. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning and two children of Longview vis- ited Mr. and Mrs Henry Guinn and Ruddy Sunday Layman C E. Pressley of Tyler has resigned as part Ume preacher for First Christian Church in Rusk. Mr. and Mrs. Pressley have made many friends in Rusk since his three years of work here. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brown and children of Tyler were here Sun- day; Mr. Brown will be tempor- ary preacher for the Christian Church. Jamie Smith of Tyler and Miss Retha Day of Athens visited Mrs. Lawrence Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mehffey and da\ighters I'eggy and Nancy of Rockdale, were weekend guests of Mrs Jac-k Partridge Mrs. Bess Monkress has return- ed from v;Mtini} her son and daughtcr-in law, Mr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE four july 14, I960 THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND UP Called Bill Jone-i Monday morning to get the latest on the baseball scene for this area and found that he was just bubbling over with information on the subject. For one thing, we found out that Rusk Little League playoffs are slated for Tuesday and Thursday this week to determine the first four final places in the league. At the present time, the standings are. 1. Braves 2. Yankees 3. Indians 4. Ked Sox 5. Giants 6. Cardinals Bill had tentative information on a trio of All-Star Little league jfalm&s to be held in the near future. All he knew at the time was that the Rusk All-Star Team, which will be picked after Thursday Night's final game, will be pitted against the Jacksonville All-Star Team one night week after- next. As I said, he doesn't have the exact date yet the j^arne will be played. Also, following on the heels of the Rusk-Jack- sonville All-Star (¡ame Ru-kV All-Stars will <U> battle with hand-pi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

North Fort Hood lited M. tea |iintr ner bint Ir s. loor Ibón lints bret- [was Jiece Iron. at Mad- and- W. Jing |arty Irs. Dlds- I Jan. lurn- Ik a that nosp- Itheir be- [mily jd a- |0 J. 1 tfc-4 room I tfc-4 Guardsmen To Tackle Heat, Chiggers, Snakes, At Camp l ompany A. 2nd Armored Rifle Uattalion. 144th Infantry of the 49th Armored Division, Texas Army National Guard stationed in Rusk, will be among approximately 10,000 Guardsmen who will con- verge on North Fon Hood Sunday, July 1", for 15 days of intensive military training. The citizen-soldiers will trade their civilian clothes and air condi- tioned offices for army greens, and tank trails and firing ranges on the sprawling reservation. This year's main objective will be training by unlti, rather than concentration on the individual soldier's skills," said the 49th's commander, Maj. Gen John L. Thompson Training will be di rected toward making squads and sections into more effective ele- ments of platoons and larger units combat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

.••« ■ . PACE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN' JULY 14, 1960 REKLAW NEWS By EMMA CARSON The Memorial Day services at Walkers Chapel Cemetery wag con ducted by Fred Filer pastor of the Methodist Church here a nice group attended services at noon, lots of food was spread after lunch There was singing for about an hour. Every one enjoyed meeting friends that perhaps they had not seen since the same occasion last year Mrs Jay Adams of l/os Angeles Calif. is visiting her sister, Mrs J £ Murray Happy to report that Trick Mur ray returned home from hospital last week and is getting along nice ly Mr and Mr James Risinger of Deer Park will spend the rest of the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs J K Murray Mr KiMnger i will attend classes at SKA in Nacogdoches for the next * i x Lewis Banks Announces Maydelle News For County Clerk Post Slates Bangs Disease Meet m Save With SAFETY Curran* DWtdend 4Vi% P«r Anmwn ComfMurxUKt 5< nii Annually First Federal AViNCS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION , OF RUSK Rusk. T«**i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

High July I Bill [iieh tant f pen 8C- Reedy Rites Read Monday; Buried Atoy Hobert Hagon Reedy, age 77, of Houte One, Alto, died at his home Saturday night following a lengthy illness. He was born in Alabama but had lived here the past 40 \ ears, farming. Funeral services w#re held Mon- day at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church at Atoy. Rev Jim Hardy officiated. Burial was in the Atoy Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Majtha Reedy of Alto; t h r e e daughters, Mrs. C. C. Walker of Uto, Mrs A. L. Walker of Rusk, ;md Mrs. Burl Martin of Naco- logdoches; one son, Robert Reedy in the Ajr Force, Germany; four brothers, William of Nacogdoches, i'rav of Orange, Slade of Alvord und Jess of Shanwee, Oklahoma; live sisters, Mrs. B. M. Chandler of Center, Mrs. A. T. Askew of Center, Mrs John Armstrong of Douglass, Mrs. Iva Coe of Orange and Mrs. Hamp Nicholson of Cen- ter; 18 grandchildren and 12 greet grandchildren. Pallbearers were Raymond Sales, Harl Maness, Pete Helm, James Waggoner...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MM IMMT JVH.T H. 1H0 •im Rusk Folks ,M °°"w Mr. and Mrs. M. G. (Gaddy) Hall cf Fentress, Texas are visiting his mother, Mrs G M Halt. Mr and Mrs J B Francis had as guests last week his niece. Mrs Oscar Kilgore, Mr Kilgore and their ton of Spokane, Washington They were enroute to Puerto Rico to make their home. Mr. and Mrs Clinton Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bresler attend- ed a musical concert at Houston One • • • (Continued from Page 1) taxes Recorded arc Jacksonville Independent Dis- trict vs L L Carter. Taxes, penal ty, interest and cost total $364 40 Jacksonville Independent School District vs Sam Richardson ft a) Penalt>, interest and cost total S318 69 Jacksonville Independent School Distric: vs VV H Spencer. Penal ty, interest and cost totaling $260.40 Jacksonville Independent School District vs Gcorpe Evans Penalty, Divorce cases filed with the Dis- trict Clerk during the past week were Patsy Ruth Berry vs. Jerry Don Berry and Ludie Mae John son vs. John L...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

1 j 1 I il The Cherokeean • Cherokee County Section * + GENERAL HEWS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS * EDITORIALS * SPORTS Dresses, Food, Horse Collars Ponta's Only Store Is One Of Most Interesting Businesses In County Braswetl Candidate For County Clerk Position Bill Braswell has authorized this paper to announce his candidacy for the unexpired term of County Clerk of Cherokee County, Texas as an Independent candidate in the November 8th general election. Braswell is 46 years of age, mar- ried, and the father of four child- ren. He was graduated from high school in 1932 and attended Lamar BILL BRASWELL Floyd Hudson Receives USAF Promotion Airman First Class Floyd M. Hudson, native of Rusk, Texas, was promoted to that rank recently at James Connally AFI?, Tex., where he is a radio repairman in the 3565th Armament and Electronics Maintenance Squadron. Prior to enlisting in the U. S. Air Force, he was graduated from Husk High School in 1953 and at- tended Tyler Commerical College one year He...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

T H E C H E R O K E F. A N PACE TWO JULY 14, I960 The Cherokeean TEXAS GTPITÍTS ASSOCIATION Urn 7960 Austin * STATE CAPITAL NEWS • Letter To The Editor • £ H. WHITEHEAD MRS E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor snd Publisher Oííicc and Business Manager News Editor By Vern Sinford Texas Press Association AI'STTN, TEX Things are rath ••r quiet around the State Capitol these (lays For one thing, it the off sea son the hiatus that regularly ' ■ curs between state elections and the convening of a new legislature For another, it's vacation time with a part of almost every agency Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu staff off to forget it all for a time Ution of any p*rson, firm, or corp.irat.ion which maj appear in the But mostly, for this week, the column* of this newspaper will b« gladly corrected upon being brought Austin lull sterns from most peo to the attention of th« publisher. P'«-' suapenaeful interest in the . activity of Texans in l/os Angeles SUBSCRIPTIO...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

I i I I 1 South- western Electric Service Company Check Your Horsepower Manning Grocery Rusk, Texas Stewart's Boot & Saddle Shop Rusk, Texas Verdie Banks Grocery Market Hiway North Rusk, Texas Smart Shop Exclusive Ladies Ready to Wear or. the west side of the Square Rusk, Texas Gulf Coast Feeds Rusk. Texas South Texas Producers Association Rusk, Texas Elect Your Favorite Lion... Cartlidge Drug Prescription Service Fountain Drinks Cameras & Supplies North Side of Square Rusk, Texas '"■w ■'i/xy*:- OF RUSK AND CHEROKEE COUNTY YOU CAN WIN BILL SHARBROUGH IKE DANIEL BIG PRIZES TOO CONTEST RULES 1. Anyone can enter by filling out the ballot below, and either mailing or bringing it by The Cherokeean office in Rusk. 2. Total of 25 prizes will be given those who vote for their favorite Lion to be "Mr. Alley Oop." Grand prize will be a radio. 3. The winning Lior will be crowned "Mr. Alley Oop" Saturday, August 13th and will receive a $15.00 cash prize. A. Contest closes Friday, August...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Thursday, July 14 Freezing Workshop al Wells at 9:30—11:00 A. M Brucellosis Meeting at Wells in the Vocational Agricultural Room at 7:30 P M Home Visits Radio—KEBE — Jacksonville — Irene P Odom—11 55-12 00 Radio— KTLU—Rusk— Ann Shell- hammer— 115-1 20 Friday, July IS Home Visits Office Radio- KEBE Jacksonville — Harvel Grant—11 55 12 00 Radio—KTLU—Rusk Steve Lilly —115 1 20 County Horn* Demonttration Agent lren« P, Odom After txmg away, in .vhool for a month I find Cherok'c County ii quite a busy place The Home Demonstration Clubs ar<' having programs on Social Security and T/.f- Im por! a m e of Immunization is beiri-' explained by the County Health Nurs< Airs Wanda Roark From 'he numerous ' ills we are receiving fur information there nust be lots of fresh fruits and vegetable* being put into freezers and being canned. This brings up a thought 1 like to pass on to you on Keeping Vegetables Fresh Store Them P...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

1 y 1 Jacksonville & Area Churches • • More people, more job3, more buildings, more cara, better and faster ways of doing things. Style and the general appearance of cities change, this is progress and as it should be, but with all this it is good to know that one thing never changes, and that is God's love. "0 give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for his mercy endureth forever For all these marvels of progress, and for all of God's goodness, we should . . . "exalt him also in the congregation of the people ays) 7:00 j.m. ív M* mm ?.m. :0« reh \he Chl'I is God's w^Toveman and i0( spreading the ond that love by o His demand <°rm°hQUt this grounding U< *« lovinq his neighbor, w Q( woy 0f lite lovc oí God, no governme ^ ^ hold will long persevere and 1hete1oie, even from so dear will inevitab y P supn0rt the Church 0 selfish point ofviev/,on« Qnd his family 1 the sake of the «rifo of h * ^ upho« ssfefeae iiii'iM, i|t*r '¿•{í owy. :• rjSJ 1Mi*' V ggBspH L, ■* J ¡. #:Síí ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 July 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE ■■■ . ■/ f. 11m L CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1. AUTOMOTIVE We Have A Big Selection Of NEW and USED CARS ALL BEING SOLD AT SACRIFICE PRICES DURING MONTH OF JULY SAVE BIG MONEY.... Trade Cors With A Dealer Who Will Settle For A Small Profit Leeman Isaacs, owner of Rusk Motor Sales, Will Not Be Undersold!!! RUSK MOTOR SALES "YOUR FORD DEALER" Hi-way 69 at the "Y" Phone MU 3-2204 Rusk, Texas la. Cars For Sale SAFE TRANSPORTATION at PRICES TO MAKE you BUY A SECOND CAR OR A BETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OF USE LEFT. ALL OF OUR CARS NEED A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U.S. ROYAL TIRES •01 E. Rusk Phone 6TO WW/ what car ty«! lc Auto part* and Accessories Id Auto Service READ THE WANT ADS USED CARS Big Selection of Fin* Used Cert at Bargain Price* J. C. WILLIAMS Your Rambler Dealer Ruafc 1959 Calaxi FORD Radio, heater, white I tire*, plu* many other| accessories New car guarantee Real Bargain 1958 Thu...

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