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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 August 1938

• it ^ • ♦ i. • • • • > * • • i! • V # * • • • • i 4 • • o p JST 30, H^lHl MM •Sandwiches Yob chould try oar bar- becue sand- wiches. They are delicious. "It's not the Topsy Tur- vy anymore . . . Let's all keep cool at the Tav- ern . . . where every- body goes .. . t" YOU CAN . . . Keep cool while dancing in the open moonlight gar- dens of the Tavern. Beau- tifully cool and lots of en- tertainment every night. DIXE and DANCE THE TAVERN Across From Airport MR. CAR OWNER: Please read this ad daily. It will contain regular valuable sugges- tions and reminders to help you get the best of service from your automobile. ROY PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 .YOU'LL LIKE OUR .SERVICE Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-J-and Labor Day "If You Miss It —you will miss it." PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 907 Elm. St. Sweetwater If yon work alone in a dark room, a neat hair- cut is not so important...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 August 1938

SWEEIWAltt 4 SWEETWATER, TEXAS "■ ff;•j'm "'• "f :: f shi TUESDAY, AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY in mill MM Gal. RUNES - 1 Limit Can HOMINY NO-2J4 CAN 6.* Huxson Red Pitted 2 Limit CHERRIES is. «• IB* Tomatoes 4 - 25* Wrigley GUM 2lin.it Pkg. 2i( Pure Cane Sugar 10 "> 47? Wilson's Advance SHORTENING 4 lbs. 39c 8 lbs. 78* CRISCO * 1 LB. CAN Chocolate Malted Milk CAKES Ea. 20 BAKERY Spice Cup CAKES Doz. 15 54« Osgood PIES 19< Ea. Thompson Seedless CRAPES - - - lb. 5c Large Wall Bleached Limes - Dozen 9c California Hale jt Peaches ufor I Uc California Full of Juice ^ Oranges Dozen 1 JjC Sunkist a Lemons Dozen | gC Santa Rosa Plums Red Malaga Crapes Jonathan Apples Large Gravenstein Apples - it. 10c lb* 7 2 ^ 15c 29c Dozen Dozen Fancv Mexico Green BEANS - ib. 7Jc Home Grown ■■ Jumbo stalk ^ ■■ Okra - - ib. I |c Celery - staik | |)c CARROTS, BEETS, RADISHES, MUSTARD GREENS, FRESH TOMATOES, RHU- BARB, SQUASH Baby Beer j a LOIN STEAK >16 End Cut Sliced CURED HAM 29 Cured Ham j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 August 1938

' * ' • 11 mm WITH 6- M -OLD ABILENE MURD In completing final arrange- ments for the Midwest Exposi- tion on September 13 through 17 at special barbecue and meet- ing last niglu of the fair board, departmental superintendents and home demonstration agents from Nolan, Mitchell, and Fisher counties the group passed a resolution to extend an invita- tion to \V. Lee O'Daniel's Hill- billy band, and to the Light- crust Doughboys to attend the Convict in Texas Pen Gives Taylor Co. Officers Tip Body of A. W. Hale Found in Lake Kirby On August 22, 1932 ABILENE—CUP) — Murder by poison was charged here to- day against four persons, and a fifth was sought in connec- tion with the death six years ago of A. W. Hale. Hale's body was found in Lake Kirby, two miles south of here August 22, i!)32. it was thought he had been dead twe months. One In Prison Sheriff Sid MjAdams and County Attorney Esco Walter filed complaints, alleging murder by poison naming Laura Maxwell of Abilene, Katherine Camp of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 August 1938

SWEETWATER KEFOBTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS L-V-rr - WEDNESDAY, AUG. SI, 1988 s During Its 8 Years E)N — (UP) — w. H. i, blind Hove golfer, go to (be United States igivC exhibition matches for lid charities. "I may accept invitation if it fits in with my holiday time. I'm very fond sightseeing," he said. He fyas blinded during the World «War. F L A GOOD MOTOR IS JUST AS ACTIVE AS A GOOD HORSE Attend The Round-Up A Complete Mechanical check-over assures your protection. MOTOR CO. Your Buick Dealer 213 W. Bdwy. Ph. 932 NORRED Event Started in Modest Way Back In September, 1931 Roundup Has Increased In Interest and in Class of Contestants Ollie Cox's Double Heart Ranch Round-up is celebrating its eighth birthday when it swings into action for three days Saturday. First annual rodeo was stag- ed at the ranch September 4 and 5. 1931. "Scores of Sweetwateir folk were making plans soon after lunch today to attend the ro- deo events at the Olliel Cox ranch, about 10 miles south of Sweetwater on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 August 1938

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS * I • • 9 • 0 P ft 0 91 "> i €> * .i ; In < § * Double Heart Rodeo Attracts Crack Riders And Top Range Hands To Take Part in Annual Roundup Clyde Ilurns, Rube Roberts, Jake McClure Few of Men Here Some .of the tophands of West Texas ranges are to enter the Double Heart roundup, Sept. 3, 4 and Labor Day. In recent years Clyde Burns, world champion calf roper, participated, copping | several important prizes. Others .were Rube Roberts, champion bulldogger, Juke McClure, cham- pion steer roper, Roy Matthews, Hoyt Hefner, champion bare- back bronc rider, and Hugh Bennett. Many of these riders came before an arena was built and a huge grandstand constructed. The famed Goodspeed broth- ers, Gaston Brock, and hundreds of other stellar performers, have been entries of the show during its eight years. Each year the program has ex- panded with like extension of facilities. o Health Officials Visit County Unit Mrs. George...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 August 1938

(MM MM or reputation of any which may ca- be- inr at Tho Reporters publics- cheerfully corrected to attention of the [ * II ; MM" PAGE FOUR And if Christ be in you, the body is dead be- use of sin; but the Spirit is life because of right• 0QU+te*s.—Romans 8;10. The good are heaven's peculiar rare.—Ovid. WELCOME PARTIES- MIRRORS. OF A NATION You can get an idea of the kind of world Europe has built ifor itself these days by noticing what it is that nations show to visiting dignitaries when they want to make an impression. Admiral Horth.v visits Germany, and what does he see? Miles of warships, fleets of airplanes, long ranks of soldiers; the might of war, ready to swing into action at the nod of a dictator s head. Having seen, he is duly impressed; no one else, apparently, had anything quite as fearsome to show him- And it is just possible that the future history of Europe may—in part, at least—swing on the impression which these warlike little play- things made on the boss of Hungar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 August 1938

S .; - ' - v.'>- $ Wednesday, aug. 31. 19311 • j . or v K.- ' , , • | sweetwater REPORTER, sweetwater, TEXAS . OUie Cox Expends Considerable Sum To Publicize • • .J, • • 1 • 0 • 0 • '' * 4 • c • n • t • 9 • * « • • • • * • • • • • • • • « * • t • • '• • Saddle Horse Race Feature of Annual Roundup Cowboys and Cowgirls Eligible to Take Part in Contest v A saddle horse race, considered an unusual feature among rodeo contestants, has been added to the program for the eighth an- nual Double Heart frontier fies- ta September 3, 4 and Labor Day. Cowgirls and cowboys, riding their favorite mounts, are eligi- ble to participate. The OIlie Cox string of buck- ing horses has fin additional ter- ror this year, "Midnight", a black | spirited horse recently purchas- ed in Snyder. Performers last year said the stock was "tough" and those who have seen "Mid- night" paw the earth and pitch have predicted "he won't be rid- den this year." The horse has never been ridden and was sold because he was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 August 1938

Ik, _ SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31, 1933 s Pro Team In Chicago T onight wlers Match Return Tonight Two teams of Sweetwater bowlers are slated to entertain delegations from Abilene tonight at 8 o'clock in return games at the Sweetwater Bowling club. The local men lost to the Abi- lene teams last Thursday night 2 out of 3 games. Tentative rosters of the teams tonight are Dr. W. F. P'Pool, U H. Morgan, Clyce Smith, Ernest Dowell, and Blackie Pendergrass, first team, and W. F. Freeze, John Kincaid, Burl Witt, Dar- rel Witt, and Charley Hankins, second team. Any teams in Sweetwater de- siring matches should contact Leon Lamm, manager of the lo- cal alleys. o AGGIE GRIDDER GETS BROKEN BACK THREE RIVERS, Tex.—(UP) —The football career of Ken Mills, A. and M. college passing and punting star was ended yes- TwentyFive Buy Tickets To Game Twenty-five tickets to the Washington Redskin vs College All-Star charity game at Dallas on Labor Day, were ordered yesterday b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 August 1938

* • i f;< ' v;i jraranEgy . - •■,• § smbb WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31, 193ft « 624 )> Say, can't you have a lot of fun out here at the Tavern. It's Bo Cool, too You will like the Tav- ern, too. Mike Mulli- can and his Orchestra every night. The Across from Airport 4 MR. CAR OWNER: read this iY I Please ,if^ \ad daily. It will W contain regular valuable sugges- tions and reminders to help you get the best of service from your automobile. ROY PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 "you'll like our .service:^ PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 907 Elm. St. Sweetwater Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-4-and Labor Day t "If You Miss It , —you will miss it." If you work alone in a dark room, a neat hair- cut is not so important. On all other work, it is! Visit us today. Unex- celled work and guaran- teed satisfaction. I All* barber LcIYIiVj shop (Next to Woolworth 5-10) LISTEN TO THIS New Rudolf Pianos o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 August 1938

M;; Pi - f;T:: isaa Swtf i •_••... SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31, 1936 r IV Mn. T. J. Stimett Y—The school here op- with an entirely faculty. The four instruc- tor* include! Miss Elsie George of Sweetwater, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith of Abilene and Miss Liater of Divide. MANY ATTEND HINGING MEET BUSBY — Many out-of-town visitors were present Sunday for the Four-Cornet Singing convention. The convention tneets next Sunday at Long- worth. Billy Knox was a dinner guest Sunday of Junior Beam. Guests in the H. L. Beam home last weekend were Mrs. Curtis Abney, L. and Deloy Brown of Amarillo and her parents of Crockett. JJr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and daughter, Wanda, and Mrs. S. Coe were guests Sunday evening in the T. J. Stinnett homel Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hill of Commerce were guests of friends and relatives here re- cently. They formerly taught in the Busby school. Ralph Ammons, who attended the summelr session of Texas Tech, returned to his home for a week before l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 September 1938

Ifilll 1 " ' - . ■ MIRED'S BUILDING PROGRAM MEETS OPPOSITION * * *■ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *1 Snppial Session Sweetwater To Be Host T o \ Dental Society Was *Crucified' 100 Expected to Attend Annual Session Sept. 4-5 Dr. Claude Moore to Be Main Lecturer; Recreation Planned Sweetwater is to he host Sept. 4 and 5 to the West Texas Den- tal Society, headquarters to b set up at the Blue Bonnet ho- tel. The twenty-ninth annual ses- sion is expected to bring about 100 dentists to Sweetwater, with at least 30 of them accompan- ied by their wivgs, Dr. A. J. Wimberly, a past president and member of the executive com- mittee, said this morning. Since selecting the "recrea- tional center" of West Texas for the annual session, each visi- tor has been requested to bring his golf equipment, fishing "canes", "shootin' irons" and have a generally good time. The first day is to be given to en- tertainment with the second day, Labor Day, given to work. Registration Sunday Registration is to begi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 September 1938

j*fPf; SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. I, 193flt re Industry Cash in e'Contest MM Opportunities T Win; Local Theatre® Are Cooperating Sweetwater motion picture theatre goers are eligible to compete for $250,000 in cash in a contest sponsored by the pic- ture industry and opening today throughout the country. There are 5,404 opportunities offered by the leading motion picture exhibitors, distributors and producers for winning part of the $250,000. The prize list is as follows: First prize, $50,000: second $25,000: two of $10,000 each; five of $5,000 each: five of $2,- 000 each; 10 of $1,000 each: $40 of $500 each: 40 of $250 each: $300 of $100 each; and 5,000 of $10 each. Sweetwater's two R. & R. theatres, the Texas and Ritz, are cooperating in the contest. The rules of the contest are simple. There are 94 pictures list- ed about which questions are asked and the contestant has to answer one question about any 30 pictures in the list. In other words, the contestant is not ex- p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 September 1938

HM9 s •,* [V J •- i-fiV w ■ i! ' • 1 .1 ■!= ft THURSDAY, 1, 1930 SWEETWATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS n ': v'}aVS •I i ®4wi ■ k 1 i 4 • ■ I 7 i 1 " * Mothers Prepare For Opening of1 * School Session 'Back to School' Activity Is Feverish As Opening: ) Day Not Far Ahead Mother's not playing bridge this week, neither is she finding time for her favorite book, even } though cold lunch is being set out each day. The theme song in every ur- ban and rural home now Is * "School days, school days, dear > old golden rule days." With the opening of the term just a week away households are humming with activities, sewing and mend- ing being the major objectives. Fall shopping expeditions are being completed and everything in readiness for the routine of school work. When the seven city schools open classes Monday, Sept. 12, ) seventy-seven instructors are to be on hand to take up duties as teachers in the various grades, and recreational departments. Eumeratad in the two high schools, three wards, M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 September 1938

v any ch may - SWEETWATER REPORTER—Features • George Bennitt and RitsseU Bennltt, Put*. PAGE FOUR But the Lord i* faithful, who $hall ttablish you, keep you from evil.—II Thettalonian* 3; 3. * To be free from evil thoughts is God's best SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1938 Mm gift.—Aeschylus. tC' W WIDER ACCEPTANCE OF OLD-AGE PLAN IS SEEN An adequate pension plan for the aged is now defi- nitely an issue before the American people and unless some practical way is worked out, it promises to be a political football from here on out. In fact many economists are now of the opinion that Dr. Townsend was on the right track with ; his revolving pension plan and that the money we have thrown away on relief, if applied to the pay- ment of pensions would have already set in motion a permanent recovery program. In California, the democrats have nominated a man. for United States senator, who in his campaign advo- cated the payment of $30 every week to every person over 50 years of age. A ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 September 1938

• • • • • • • • I • ,• • I • • • 1 • • • • • • t * '■ t • • • I • 9 t • •• m .#l> tVX "■'Jrf#?#'.-# fSPP^S' v V'" THURSDAY, SEPT. I, 1936 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SS^'W^-' -■7^'iVft. PACE Crew Humbles Sammy's Redskins 28 To 16 Rice End Takes All-Star Lead DALLAS — (UP) — Jim Nance, Phi Beta Kappa and star end from Rice Institute, emerged yesterday as the spark- plug of the college All Stars de- fense plans against the Wash- ington Redskins next Monday night in the Cotton Bowl. Thomson and Kitts put the 18 All-Stars now in camp through a rough signal drill yesterday and started work on pass de- fense. The two coaches intimated that the remainder of the week would be spent in working out a defense for the aerial bombard- ment the professionals are ex- pected to hurl at the All-Stars in the person of Sammy Baugh, former Texas Christian who passed the Redskins to world championship hist season 8HREVEPOKT KKKEATS l A IjIJAH STKKISS SHREVEPoitT — (UP) — Shreveport defeate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 September 1938

r Term Of 32nd District Court To Open Monday j: United States contains I fossilised remains of dlno- l than any other country in HOSE Reg. $1.33 Value 79c 0 Full Fashion 0 Friday - Saturday Only Mrs. Winn East Side of Square Heavy Criminal, Civil Dockets Face Officials 70 Divorce and 71 Tax Suits Pending Disposition This Term The September term of district court, exj>ected to be one of the busiest of the year, is to open Monday morning. A heavy docket has been com- piled for Judge A. ,S. Mauzey and District Attorney George Outlaw, aside from the large number of cases to lie investi- gated by the grand jury. Judge Mauzey is to swear in members of the jury at 10 o clock, explaining the law, and setting forth their duties. "After retiring to their room they may use their own dis- cretion about a holiday", said Judge Mauzey in answer to an inquiry as to whether the court was to take the Labor Day holi- day. "The law states that court Athenaeums to Enter Parade The first of the Sweetw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 September 1938

tSPAY« SEPT. 1, 1938 Say, can't you have a lot of fun out here at the Tavern. it's 80 Cool, too You will like the Tav- ern, too. Mike Mulli- can and his Orchestra every night. The Across from Airport MR. CAR OWNER: Please read this I ad daily. It will contain regular —! valuable s u g g e s- tions and reminders to help you get the best of service from your automobile. ROY PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 fc „ TYOU LL LIKE OUR 5E-RV1CL PKiniA X ENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $3.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 907 ei111. St. Sweetwater Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-i-und Labor Day "If You .Miss It —you will miss If you work alone in a dark room, a neat hair- cut is not so important. O11 all other work, it is! Visit us today. Unex- celled work and guaran- teed satisfaction. Ljyj B A R B E R ry¥8<iv7j y Jj () I* (Next to Woolworllt 5-10) !!"K! jjm IjISTHX TO TINS 1 W\v BLinloIf I'fciros only S25I) <0 $325 lliiddoil and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 September 1938

.Mmmme %'iF- Wf -'i,v -a ■If#' W ■ i ; ' SWEETWATER REPORTER. SWEETWATER, TEXAS lampaign for 'Let TTa. Liarht Up a • Camel' Is New Slogan For Popular Cigarettes "Let up. Light up a Camel!" to offset the nervous strain caus- ed by the fast pace of modern living, R. J. Reynolds Tobacco company advises in a new adver- tising campaign. The newspaper and magazine copy contrasts the healthy ner- ves of a dog with the often up- set nerves of man. A headline "Don't Let Tension Get Your Nerves!" is followed in the first of a new series of advertise- ments by the illustration of a Collie and accompanied by the text: Text Of Ad "This Collie 'dog has a ner- vous system that is remarkably similar to yours, like your it is delicate, complicated. But here is where a big difference comes in: The dog can spring into flashing action—and then relax. While man's nature makes him unkind to his nerves. All too of- ten, we work too hard, worry too much, are fatigued or sleep- less from strain. Nerves cry ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 September 1938

I) Jiy. • E2c poc BOc .00 1.00 1.00 .00 ler. pod ]cecl 7 My-4 25. ers f "K M i S> | re- yes I 'ffrfyL'fyf' • iti' ' 6'■ ;Vd ffy',- I' ' P • Sweetwater Among West Texas Towns Seeking Veterans Hospital Whipped again in an effort to secure a major government institution, "Sweetwater will continue to try," said a spokes- man for the city today as an- nouncement was made that Amarillo and Dallas had been selected as the sites for not one but two veterans' hospitals. The city presented an appli- cation, a proposed site and what was considered an attractive agreement on certain utility rates. C. H. Strattop, engineer from the Veterans' administra- tion at Washington, came to Sweetwater and, with a local delegation, inspected the site and data submitted by the city for the hospital. Sweetwater leaders in the campaign for the hospital were not altogether surprised with the announcement that Ama- rillo had been selected as the site of the institution, since rumors, purportedly emanating in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 September 1938

• • umMk State Softball Tournament Lose Matches R. I. - (UP) — players lost only itches yesterday in the i*8 international tennis «t. Virginia Wolfenden of cores MALARIA 7 days and COLDS first day Headache 30 Minutes Try "Rnb-My-Tism"—World's Best Liniment Ltqaid, Tablets Sabre, Nose Drops San Francisco, who been ill in the morning, defaulted to Dorothy Stevenson of Australia after losing the first set 6-2 and trailing 3-2 in the second set. In the most interesting match of the day Dorothy May Bun- dy of Santa Monica, Cal., scor- ed a three-set victory over Miss Thelma Coyne of Australia, 8- 10, 6-3, 6-1. In the other singles match Margaret Osborne of Los Angeles defeated Miss Coyne, 7-5, 6-1. Dorothy Workman of San Francisco paired with Mine. Rene Mathieu of France to score an easy doubles victory over Margot Lumb, England, See PLAYERS Page 5 EXTRA SPECIAL tafar half Rated ..TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR EXTRA LOW SPECIAL ROUND TRIP COACH EXCURSION FARES 7' AM Pcinti in YexaJ and tmAiawa Q...

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