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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Monticello Garden Club Ends Year's Activities A covered dish luncheon in the home of Mrs. A. L. Clardy of 3113 Tangley yesterday terminated sea- son activities for members of the Monticello Garden Club. Plans for next season's work were discussed and the following officers were installed: Mrs. F\ A. Hunter, president; Mrs. E. F. Schweizerhof, first vice president; Mrs. B. B. Moore, second vice president; Mrs. C. E. Kingsbury, third vice president; Mrs. R. G. Caldwell, recording secretary; Mrs. George N. Posey, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. T. A. Peter- son, treasurer. The new officers will assume their duties when the club recon- venes in September. Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating selling your homo or lota get in touch with us at once as we can give you the market price of your property. We have bean at this location for over 15 yeara and we know this territory. ZS years in the real estate busin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 Picnic: The place ants hold their ! Many rise to an occasion but convention. i few know when to sit down. For Lovely permanents Call For Appointment or Come By JEAN'S BEAUTY SALON 3503 Milam J. 2-4411 J j7 FORDSON TRACTOR with Ford Ferguson System Now Available For Your Use Terracing—Plowing Landscaping We furnish tractor and expert operator to work plots as small a 50 by 50 feet. Quick Service in Southwestern section. AT LAST... WE NOW HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF S I E S T ABG NLA S S WA R E For decorative indoor smartness . . . nigged outdoor living. Steins—Pitchers—Bon Bon Dishes—Pretzel Bowls—Salt and Peppers—Candleholders. Cut from colorful, sturdy amber or green glass bottles—fitted with carved oak handles and polished brass bands. - - CLEARANCE - - PIN-UP LAMPS Dainty flower sprigged reinforced shades— Aluminum base in dioice of colors $169 GEORGE E. EMERY, Owner ALWAYS PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE UEEMZ 2442 BISSONNET H. 3870 Wins Hig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pasre 5 In Appreciation of The Warm Reception cTendered The Opening of Our New Store s> IS OFFERING THIS TIMELY STORE WIDE SALE Thursday, Friday, Saturday OF SMART NEW SUMMER MERCHANDISE SUITS - DRESSES - SPORTSWEAR - BLOUSES GROUPED AND PRICED TO AFFORD YOU GREAT SAVINGS SHEERS - CREPES - CHAMBRAYS - LINENS READY-TO-WEAR: Sale includes Teen-Age—Junior—Misses and Large Sizes • DRESSES Values to $14.95 $ 5 • DRESSES Values to $22.95 $$ • DRESSES Values to $35.00 $jj| • SUMMER SUITS . Entire Lot $22 • BLOUSES, Beautiful Selection. .Values to $10.95 $ 5 SPORTSWEAR DEPARTMENT • SHORTS Group $5.45 • PLAYSUITS. Values to $25.00 • SLACK SUITS Values to $29.95 Group $3.45 $10 $10 ACCESSORIES • BAGS (subject to tax) $ 5 • JEWELRY Entire Stock \ price ALL SALES FINAL REGULAR $4.95 to $5.95 VALUES SLIPS, Black Jersey.. $2.50 SUIT SLIPS $3.50 In Black and White Jersey GROUP OF REGULAR $1.50 WOMEN'S PANTS .. .$1.00 Large Size REGULAR $2.50 to $3.00 GI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 West University Methodists Plan Educational Building cuiii'iiii Pictured above is an architect'* sketch of the proposed educational building which will be erected soon by the West University Methodist Church. A campaign for building funds is currently being staged by the board of building trustees of the church. The new structure, scheduled to house the primary and junior departments of the Sunday School, will be constructed of brick veneer with sheetrock walls. The educational unit is the first construction in a large-scale building pro- gram which will later include the erection of an auditorium and a second educational building to replace the present frame structure. The new building will have four large rooms on the first floor with eight rooms and an assembly hall upstairs. A cloister is planned to connect with the existing building and future structures. The build- ing will be constructed on the south portion of the church prope...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Southampton Home Changes Hands The two-story brick home at 2034 Wroxton Road in Southampton has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. English from Mr. and Mrs. Amos Rich for $20,000. The house has three bedrooms and two baths, a wood-burning fireplace and attic ventilation. Something To Be Thankful For In a tight-fisted Iowa congrega- tion the hat was passed around one Sunday and returned absolute- ly empty. The pastor cast his eyes heavenward and said reverently. "I thank Thee, oh Lord, that I got my hat back." CVCoiQGySET Some men think HOME IS A SWEE.7 PLACE WHERE YOU CAN OROWL FOR SERVICE WITHOU" TIPPING I.S LADIES' GOLF CLUBS Complete Sets in Famous Louisville Make HOUSTON SPORT SHOP 4717 So. Main L. 8660 Dance Sunday Honors St. Vincent Graduates Six young people who are grad- uating from the eighth grade at St. Vincent De Paul School were honored with a dance at the school Sunday. Honor guests were Jean Steen, Barbara Portwo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 fates Lions Club To Entertain Sons At Meeting Monday j Father and Son night will be observed by the West University I Lions Club at the dinner meeting ] at 7 p. m. Monday in Ye Oid i College Inn. P. H. "Jack" Demp- sey, chairman of the committee on! Recent visitors in the home of ! tended visit was Mrs. W. A. Mc- Cubbing, stated that all members Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Shearer of Clung of Lake Village, Arkansas, who do not have sons are asked to ! 2703 Tangley were his mother, j She is visiting her daughter, Mrs. bring a boy from Cub iiack 48, Mrs. R. B. Shearer, and sister, Dunlap Ilurst of 3738 Harper in sponsored by the club. The group Mrs. I. D. Fairchild, both of Luf-! Southside Place. also sponsors Boy Scout Troop 510. kin. I * * ♦ An entertainment program will j * * * Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Glass of be presented after the dinner. Arriving this week for an ex-1 Dallas have been visiting in the CELEBRATION SALE! DRASTIC REDUCTIONS ON ATT...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Medical Advice To the thin—"Don't eat fast. To the fat—Don't eat. Fast." VILLAGE THEATRE Box Office Open. 12:45 Daily Phono K. 3-6371 Thurs. - Fri., May 29-30 BOGART it out with a mw WOMAN! Saturday, May 31 The Story of THIS Hon... THIS Moment! The Picture thai affects Everybody's Life! The BEGINNING OR THE END •Han DONLEVY WALKER Tom Drokt • B«mty Tyltr AudnyToMtrHunw Crony* Sun. - Mon., June 1-2 a>§pf BAom REPUBLIC PICTURE Tues. - Wed., June 3-4 FUN CliUB "TEXAS JAMBOREE" plus ANDY CLYDE DONALD DUCK BROTHER RAT CARTOON Chap. 9 "MYSTERIOUS MR. M" STAGE STUNTS—PRIZES Tttn TflLH By GAY SANDERS . . . Only one more day, people, and then three wonderful months of lovely loafing and getting up at ten in the morning, going for a swim, then eating some more, then swimming some more, and so on throughout the days. Of course, there are some industrious boys and girls who already have sum- mer jobs lined up. The most ideal of these jobs are ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 Bellaire Homemakers Plan Meeting Next Week Members of the Bellaire Home Demonstration Club will hold their regular meeting at 10 a. m. next Thursday in the activities build- ing of the Bellaire Presbyterian Church, it was announced by Mrs. Ed Miller, president. Mrs. Tom Clendenin, hostess for the occasion, will also be featured in a demonstration on broiling and barbecuing. DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, PITTSBURGH PAINTS and GARDEN SUPPLIES. BELLAIRE at • ■ n n i j o RICHMOND M. Z-0143 End of But Line Local Woman Is Mrs. Wm. Frank Cole Directs Operations Of Lumber Business When Dr. William Frank: Cole of 3201 Amherst told his j wife, last January, that she ; "ought to get out and get j some fresh air," he had no idea what far-reaching effects that statement would have—or how j literally his wife would obey him. Being a woman who never does things half-heartedly, Mrs. Cole promptly surprised her family by taking over the management ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 • • • # • Maternity Mart Plans Opening In Village Saturday A new business establishment to open Saturday in The Village is the Maternity Mart which will be located at 2522 Rice Boulevard. Mrs. Beryl Mark, the owner, will have direct management of the store. Affiliated with a store by the same name in Miami Beach, Flor- ida, the shop will feature ma- ternity dresses with an abundance of cotton frocks for the summer. Other items stocked include ma- ternity bathing suits, play suits, jumpers, slacks and lingerie. Many of the garments are made in the Miami Beach shop. The store space is 20 by 67 feet and has three dressing rooms. Woodwork is in natural blond finish plywood. "We know of no short and easy road to perfect industrial peace. But something will be gained if we all stop talking economics in terms of hysteria."—Editorial statement, The Wall Street Journal. ANTS AND ROACHES TERMITE CONTROL RELIABLE BONDED SERVICE Telephone J. 2-4...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 Early Ticket Sale Promises Big Crowd For Bellaire Party Advance ticket sales for Bell- aire's Community Festival Friday afternoon and evening have been exceptionally good and promise that a large crowd will be on hand the history of the city. One of to participate in the celebration, i the primary purposes is to enable Fenton Stone, president of the | the residents to become better ac- Lions Club, sponsor of the event, quainted. A feature of the festi- stated early this week. The affair j Val will be the taking of motion will be staged at the Bellaire City j pictures. Many contests have been Hall and park. It will open at 3 planned, and prizes have been pro- p. m. with flag raising ceremonies vided for the winners. All pro- by the Girl Scouts. One of the i ceeds from the affair will be used entertainment events will be a soft- | to improve the city park. ball game at 7:45. The entire city is expected to turn out for the event, Mr. St...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 WESTERN N&& %' t l9A VI \ f \ m 1, DRIVE INSTALLATION SERVICE 'ESTERNAUTO'S 8/6., NEW -SHOPPING-CENTER STORE 2538, AMHERST STREET THIS NEWEST STORE BRINGS WESTERN AUTO WITHIN MORE CON VENIENT SHOPPING DISTANCE OF THOUSANDS OF HOUSTON AND SUBURBAN HOMES! IT'S DESIGNED IN EVERY DETAIL TO HELP YOU SHOP & SAVE AT WESTERN AUTO WITH EASE AND PLEASURE COME INI GET YOUR SHARE OF "GRAND OPENING" SPECIALS SALE STARTS FRI., MAY30/ 9A.M. Monogtr 6.G. TIMMERM AN invites You to COME M! SHOP! SAVE! STORE HOURS: Week Day.—8:30 a.M. to 6 P.M. Saturdays—8:30 a.M. to 7 P.M. ACT NOW/ GET THESE ADVANTA6ES.... 'SAME HI6H DAVIS DELUXE QUALITY (Formerly Ccst 414.80 PluiTax). 'SAME DEFINITE MITTEN IB MONTH PRO-RATA GUARANTEE, 'AND A LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR ym OLD TIRES. EASY TERMS, TOO... As LmAi'Z'.'DOWN *1# A WEEK! MOUNTED FREE * ywsAveo# oth& sties, too/ vntitif Simple w-4"r control. Lever on r,4ht hati^ebo*' controls everi(+h"H • F...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 Southampton Man Buried In Funeral Rites Monday Funeral rites were held Monday for M. D. Bennett, Sr., 78, of 2142 Bolsover, who died in his home Saturday. He was a retired real estate dealer and a former member of the Houston city coun- cil. A resident of Houston for 7fi years, Mr. Bennett was a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church and the Woodmen of the World. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Florella Bennett; four daughters, Mrs. Vera B. Cummings, Mrs. C. R. Delhomme, Mrs. L. Bramm | Rogers and Mrs. Douglas H. Eu- bank; a son, Malcolm D. Bennett, Jr.; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Better bargains. Low prices. A combination found often in the Times classified ads. Let's Get Acquainted Bill's imported and Domestic WHISKEY ♦ BRANDY ♦ RUM WINES ♦ CHAMPAGNE You can always depend on BILL'S PACKAGE STORE Homes In Basswood Are Now Under Construction Construction was started last week on the first of two houses in Basswood...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Burkett Group Will Entertain Members Of All Legion Posts John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion next Thursday will entertain all the Legion Posts of District Eight with a program in the Legion Hall at 5505 Kelvin Drive, it was stated this week by Grady Smith, post commander. The Texaco. Post of Houston will serve as co-hosts for the event, Comman- der Smith said. At a recent post meeting, a nominating committee was selected to choose candidates for the an- nual election to be held the third Thursday of June. Named on the committee were Cliff Saunders, Bill Marshall, Louis Van Dries and Shelly Blewster. Mr. Smith also announced that Earl Bellamy, senior at Lamar High School, will be sponsored by Post 77 as its representative in the annual Boy's State to be held in Austin during the week ♦ of June 7. Simultaneously, the Women's Auxiliary of the post announced that Ruey Boone of G533 Edloe will be sponsored by that group at the ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 16 Courting some girls is like a foot- ball game . . . just when the line is going strong a little interference ruins everything! SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 Fuller Brushes University, Southside, Braes wood and Braes Heights J. ARTHUR BROWN F. 0040 J. 2-2170 The average kitchen needs five j knives: One small paring knife, two 1 slightly larger knives for paring, slicing and dressing poultry, a knife I for cutting breads and cakes, and a knife for the bigger cutting jobs like carving. A pillow case should measure two inches more than the distance around the pillow as the weight presses heavily on the folds and in- PAINT WITH GOOD PAINT! NOW IS THE TIME WE PUT IN CONCRETE PORCH FLOORS AND STEPS, AND MAKE MINOR REPAIRS Guaranteed Work — No Down Payment — Easy Terms HOUSTON PAINTING CO. 608 First National Bank BIdg. F. 9727—Nights M. 2-832S ftttwtiOK, TEEN AGERS OUR SALON IS CATERING TO THE "JIVE GROUP." YOU WILL FIND OUR STAFF ESPECIALLY INTERESTED IN YOUR BEAUTY PRO...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 17 Qhosen As Rice Institute Beauty Miss Rose Marie Bridges, above, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bridges of 2705 Sunset Boulevard, recently was selected as a Rice Institute Beauty for 1947. Miss Bridges' picture will be one of 10 to be published in the Rice Year Book. She is a sophomore French major. The winners were selected by Perc Westmore, Hollywood Beauty technician. Local Veterans Will Assist In Memorial Ceremonies Sunday A number of veterans of the Southwestern section will partici- pate in Memorial ceremonies at 3 p. m. Sunday at "Little Arlington," the veterans' section of Woodlawn Garden of Memories. E. L. "Bill" Keyser of 2907 Sunset Boulevard will be co-chairman of arrange- ments. Mr. Keyser is assistant to the president of Woodlawn Ceme- tery. All veterans' organizations in Houston will participate in the ceremony, Mr. Keyser said. Carl S. Roberts of 3727 George- town will be song leader and solo- ist. Grady Smith of 4235 ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 Hear Ye! Hear Ye! All Citizens Of Southside Place By RIPLEY E. WOODARD City Attorney, Southside Place Architect's Sketch Of Planned $12,000,000 Addition "The time has come," the turtle said . . . "to talk of many things." But, the "Alice" in our Won- derland, beginning on Monday, or as soon thereafter as possible, will be W. E. Worthen, contractor, and his organization who were granted last Monday the contract to con- struct the improvements for which our bonds were voted. Please be advised that, in the course of this street, sidewalk and drainage improvement campaign, there will be times when your street may not be as accessible to your drive-way as it now is. A system has been promulgated —in keeping with the general *?4e 'ttyuuie ■ ■ ■ ,,, Will take care of all de- tails for the ceremony, rehearsal and reception. j WE ALSO TAKE CARE 1 of TEAS and RECITALS PHONE OUR COUNSELOR K. 3-0784 safety and welfare—whereby at all times there ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 19 Civic Club Completes Plans To Raise Money For Two-Way Radio Members Of Organization And Firemen To Conduct Door-To-Door Canvass Next Week If you live in West University place, there will be a knock on your door one evening next week and you will hear words something like: "Good evening. I am a member of the West University Place Civic Club calling for your donation to help in the purchase of radio and loud speaker equipment for your Tree Top Kindergarten 2246 Wroxton Rd. J. 2-4259 Summer Play School June 15 to August 1 Transportation Available in South End volunteer fire department. Drop your contribution in the bucket, please. Thank you. Your dona- tion may be the means of saving your own house from destruction by fire." The above appeal, to the tune of a fire truck siren in the back- ground, will resound throughout West" University Place next week. In fact it will be made some 4300 times between Monday and Friday, between the hours...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 Flight Case of Polio Reported In Southgate A case of poliomyelitis, con- tracted by Howard Bradford, five, of 2215 Watts Road, was reported to Houston health officials last week.. The case appears to be slight, health officers said, and the child is being treated in his home. The case brought the total in Houston to 11 and in the county to five for the year. These Boys And Girls Will Say "Good-Bye" To Pershing Tomorrow ALL SIZES OF ROLL FILM ONE DAY SERVICE PHOTO FINISHING CAPITOL PHOTO SUPPLIES 4414 S. Main J. 2-4718 Next to Delman Theatre Open 'till 8 P.M. Daily— 10 P.M. Thursday & Saturday SO THAT'S THE SECRET OF /OUR SALAD SUCCESSES! WHy OF COURSE, I ALWAYS USE REA MAYONNAISE! A total of 125 students will graduate from Pershing Junior High School in West University this year, according to Clarence Orman, school principal. The graduating class is shown in the above picture taken last week at the school. The graduates this year...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Thursday, May 29, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 21 Conversation Money can talk— We don't know why; All it ever Says is goodbye. EVERY DAY SPECIAL KLEIN'S ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS 40c QUART AT ALL KLEIN DEALERS ALL OVER HOUSTON State Health Officer Cox Warns Against Dangers Connected With Summer Sports Some timely advice to vacation- ists concerning the proper precau- tions to be used in water sports now that swimming pools are open, has been released from the State .. ,, Department by Dr. Geo. W. Cox, SCSS daneerous Possibilities if the beneficial to good health provided one's physical condition justifies this type of exercise," Dr. Cox asserted; "nevertheless, they pos- State health officer. Vacation days are apt to in- clude excursions and picnics at nearby lakes, rivers and ponds of unfamiliar depths and currents. rules of safety, through careless- ness or thoughtlessness, are disre- garded." The State health officer outlined the following simple rules for Expert Repair Work VACUUM C...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 29 May 1947

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, May 29, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer By Gene Byrnes REG'LAR FELLERS THANKS,BUD- I JUST WANTEP TO 6ET ACfcOSJ THAT PUPDLe Sllil!iV MUTT AND JEFF its a simple question! How LONG DID THE thirty years'wap LAST? f HOW OLD IS A TEN YEAR OLD BOY? TEH YEARS! DUMNO; "WELL.THEt- HOW LONS DID THE THIRTY YEAR WAR LAST? By Bud Fisher VoU LITTLE IDIOT.1 DO YOU KNOW WHY I CALL YOU A LITTLE IDIOT? 3ECAUSE I'M SMALLER THAN YOU ARE TEN SURE! YEARS' Read and use Times Classified Ads for quick results. BOOKKEEPING — TAX SERVICE Daily — Weekly — Monthly Harry Yonkers Company PETERSON PHARMACY BLDG. 2437% University Blvd. iC 3-1503 Boss Lady" At Saw Mill-- (Continued from Page 10) section boast lumber sawed under her direction. Shrewd as they come, Mrs. Cole soon found out that the secret of saw mill operation is deciding how much lumber can be sawed from a log—a process involving some calculations and measurements be- fore the logs are purchased. The average pine lo...

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