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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947

.1 Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 27 John L. Andrew Named To Bank Executive Post John L. Andrew of 5922 Buffalo Speedway in West University last week was named an assistant vice president of the First National Bank of Houston. Mr. Andrew's duties will be in the development of new business. He is a native of the Houston area and formerly was in the spot cot- ton brokerage business. In 1941, he was made manager of the Coli- seum, a position which was later expanded to management of all Houston's city buildings. He re- cently resigned from this capacity. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew have two children. One, a son, was a Naval officer during the recent war. * "Wading" List "How did you get on with Jean- ette?" asked Dick. The ardent young lover sighed. "I started off well," he replied, "I said I was knee deep in love with her." "Sounds all right," said Dick. "What was her reaction to that?" The young suitor grimaced. "She promised to put me on her wading list." SUM MER END SALE...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947

Page 28 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 WUP Residents Will Get Lower Cab Rates With New Ordinance The irksome practice that Hous- ton taxi cab drivers almost uni- versally employ of "dropping" the flag when the cab leaves Houston and enters West University at Kirby Drive and then assessing a flat charge of some two dollars for the remainder of the trip, is due to be discontinued by an ac- tion of the city council shortly. According to John D. Kelley, West University city attorney, an ordinance is being prepared grant- ing a franchise to Carol Bass, Houston taxi operator, to run his cabs in the city. In return for the franchise, which will grant Mr. Bass sole privilege of operat- ing in West University, he has promised standard rates now in effect in Houston for riders be- tween the two cities. The ordinance, being prepared by Mr. Bass, will be subject to the approval of Mr. Kelley who, in turn, will present it to the city council for final disposition, prob- ably Monday...

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

Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 29 Leaving Friday for a six-week's tour of the Pacific Northwest and parts of Canada was Mrs. R. Bertrand of 3002 University. She will visit relatives in Tacoma, Washington. Mrs. Wallace W. Chapman of 2010 Albans in Southampton Sat- urday honored Miss Constance Woessner and Harry de Nemours Minto, betrothed couple, with a party in her home. Mrs. William Minto of 3832 Gramercy and Mrs. Francis Woessner of 1933 Dryden, mothers of the couple, were present. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and a section of Canada will be visited by Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Willis, and son, of 3118 Plumb, who are leav- ing Saturday on their vacation. A swimming party in their new pool at Bellfontaine and Kirby Drive was given last week by Mr. and Mis. J. M. Irvin for Miss Jo Ann Reeves and 20 guests. Fol- lowing the swim, the group were entertained in the Reeves' home at 2526 McClendon wijh refresh- ments and dancing. A miscellaneous shower, given last week by Mrs. H. ...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947

Page 30 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 21, 1947 JITTER By Arthur Pointer REG LAR FELLERS By Gene Byrnes 1 M WAtTlN FOR A EXTER. WELL-- , W HATS TH HEAvfY TRUCK TGO BV AN' JO66L0 OCWN THOSE APPLES? MAIN «OEA7 YOU'VE BEEN ( SSSHH/ A hereacoupla! i'mwaitinJ k-4<OI I o c > V OA II J ffi-MOTr £ THAT nope HOURJ>; MUTT AND JEFF By Bud Fisher I CAME^ AROUND THRU VOUR BACK DooR--IT OPEN! ,ITS THE L.ATEST MODEL H ANDY DANDY DODAD ONLY *1.98 OH, I JUST CARRY THAT DUMMY FOOT FOR"FOOT PROTECTION/ NOW I NEED HEAD PROTECTION! £ ings. Attendance information may be secured by calling the pastor at Madison 2-7247. Bellaire Kindergarten Mrs. F. D. McCracken 9 A.M. to 12 Noon TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED 5212 SPRUCE M. 2-3868 Children, Ages 3 to 6 Years Visit DAVIDSON'S for DRY GOODS. HARDWARE. PITTSBURGH PAINTS «nrf GARDEN SUPPLIES. Brichm ND' M. 2-0143 End of Bus Line Ain't It So? It must be child's play to de- sign a woman's bathing costume there days. There's nothing much to it. A young gi...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947

Thursday, August 21, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 31 Funeral Services Held For Barnhill Infant _ Funeral rites were hST last week for William Travis Barnhill III, six-day-old infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William Travis Barn- hill of G528 Sewanee, who died in a Houston hospital. Besides his parents, the baby is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Collier and W. T. Barnhill, Sr., all of the Houston area; an aunt, Mrs. Jim H. Will- ingham of Houston, and an uncle, J. Fuller Collier, Jr. of Longview, Texas. Say you saw it in the Times! BANG!! Year 'round Fire Works on sale at BERT WHEELER'S 8380 S. MAIN 2 Blocks Past Prince's Drive-in Out 'piled (Two Years Ago This Week) Relief from the traffic bottle- neck on Bellaire Boulevard was promised by Ruth Turrentine, county commissioner of Precinct 1, who stated that plans had been approved for the conversion of the street into a two-way thorough- fare. (Bellaire Boulevard was opened to two-way traffic late last month. Plans are no...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 21 August 1947

Page 32 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August "1, 1947 AX$J/. CHOP SUEY No. 2 Can o o sr Noodles 2 No. 2 Cans 15« Btiii 'i sum*———— TWO-LAYER Peach Cake Ea. 79"= FRUIT FILLED Coffee Roll Ea. 29c ASSORTED Cup Cakes Doz. 35c DELICIOUS Bran Muffins Doz. 23c Am EE FRUITS ' VEGETABLES SUPER VALUES'K THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY MAXWELL HOUSE m Coffee 4o | RED ^ 5 SOCKEYE 2 1 SALMON ! NEW CROP VALLEY NEW- POTATOES 5 19 ITALIAN mm, PRUNES 2-25 CALIFORNIA JUICY m mm . ORANGES 2 - 45 GRAVENSTEIN APPLES -29 BABY VEAL Sq. Cut or Crown SHOULDER ROAST JASMINE TENDERIZED #fc Picnic Hams E 39 BABY VEAL SIRLOIN STEAK Lb, 59 FRESH KILLED CALVES HEARTS OR TONGUES Lb. 23' LB. CAN 54 c 5 GREEN GIANT V, PEAS 2 ~ 35° BAMA PURE STRAWBERRY # HUNT'S 4 Preserves t 33c| PEACHES | I 9- 90' i % L L u KRAFTS SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE Pint C1C WHIP J" BET-R Dog Food Lb. Can GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 ~ 39 YOUR CHOICE IVORY FLAKES IVORY SNOW OXYDOL DUZ DREFT IVORY SOAP 2 Lg. Bars V 12~35cl v .# FRESH SLICED Calves Liver - 39 RICE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

SOUTH WESTER mum fcdP mmm? H mm WW Mm itaP ^ Wmm 1 m PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE. BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE. BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON. SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA (Official Publication for the Cities of West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place ) Volume 3—Number 49 HOUSTON, TEXAS, AUGUST 28, 1947 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year WUP Firemen's Two-Way Radio Goes On The Air Purchase Of Communication System Made Possible By Contributions Of Citizens Seven men stood expectantly around the radio set. A high pitched tone broken by sharp injections of static issued from the radio speaker. Suddenly,- clear and sharp, came the words: "This is KWPJ, West University Fire Department, testing." Thus came about last week the birth of the West University vol- unteer firemen's two-way radio system, said to be the only such system of communication owned by a volunteer fire group in the United States. The radio equipment, war sur- plus, was purchased...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES fi/ucnck (ZaIettcUvi SOUTHWESTERN Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area (Official Publication for the Cities of West University Place, Bellaire and Southside Place) IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Managing Editor BILL WAGNER Reporter and Feature Editor V. C. J. NEWTON Advertising Manager Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 6, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-5566 HOUSTON, TEXAS, AUGUST 28, 1947 A Tribute To Janey Dear Janey, I have no idea which "one of the Jones boys" you married; so I haven't the remotest idea who you are or where you live. However, I have been made glad many times by the charming whimsical things in your column, and it made me sad to read...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Thursday, August 28, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Local Talent Models In Times Back-To-School Style Show Seven Village Shops Take Part In Showing What They'll Wear Nearly 800 persons Friday wit- nessed the Southwestern Times' first annual back - to - school style show while another estimated 10,- 000 listened to the broadcast o«f the review over Radio Station KATL. The show was presented from the stage of the Village Thea- tre and was participated in by seven ready-to-wear stores in The Village. A total of 21 models exhibited the latest styles and fashions in back-to-school clothing. Enthusias- tic applause from the audience in- dicated the success of the program. Larry Bleiden of KATL served as master of ceremonies and de- scribed the clothing of each model to appear on the stage. Taking part in the show were Rodney's Men and Boy's Shop, Terry's Juvenile Shop, the Village Shoppe, Robert's, Scheps', The Mirror and the White House. The stage ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 28, 1947 You never hear a hen cackle until she's finished her job. LOEW'S "Song Of The Thin Man" WILLIAM POWELL and MYRNA LOY Legal Notice ORDINANCE NO. 3S4 "AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE LOITERING OH PERSONS ABOUT THE PREMISES OF OTHERS; PRO- VIDING A PENALTY FOR VIOLA- TION HEREOF AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE; PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE AND FOR REPEAL OF ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDI- NANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH." (SiRiicd by) RALPH B. LEE, Mayor. City of West University Place. A conservative is one who does not think anything should be done for the first time. SEMVHSKUM For Back-to-School CIMO WAVE $8.50 Complete With Styling Arrange Your Appointment With Cimo Now! 2417 Rice Blvd. In The Village H. 3940 SCHOOL SUPPLIES The Year 'Round EVERYTHING YOU NEED. Office SUPPLIES We Carry a Complete Stock for Office and Home. TAYLOR'S BOOK SHOP In The Village 2431 RICE BLVD. HADLEY 7539 West University Budget For 1947-48 The breakdown for the West Univ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Thursday, August 28, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Approval For Large Apartment Project Asked Of West University Place Council Plans for a $1,200,000 multiple dwelling project in West Univer- sity Place were submitted Mon- day night to the city council for approval. The F. H. A.-financed project is to be constructed by Houck Realty Company on the 12-acre Cunningham tract, located be- tween Weslayan and the west boundary of Southside Place and fronting on Riley and -Ruskin Streets in the 3800 and 3900 blocks. The plans were presented by James L. Williams, co-partner of the firm of Williams & Johnson, who have been retained as con- sulting engineers on the project. Planning Board Approves Likelihood that the project will bo approved is seen in the fact LADELLE OGBURN CHILDREN'S DANCE GROUP Re-Opening Sept. 15 AMERICAN LEGION HALL (KELVIN DRIVE—IN THE VILLAGE) NEW STUDENTS ACCEPTED Telephone J. 2-0466 AUTO REPAIRING Motor Tune-Up and Overhaul Ignition Service Fender and Body Work ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 28, 1947 Southgate Girl Weds West University Man In Rites At Trinity Episcopal Church Of widespread interest to resi- dents of the Southwestern section was the marriage Saturday eve- ning of Miss Constance Woessner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Woessner of 1913 Dryden in Southgate, to Harry de Nemours Minto, son of Mrs. William Minto of 3832 Gramercy. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. Lawrence Plumtey in Trinity Episcopal Church before a chancel decorated with myriad cathedral tapers and adorned with for FINE MUSIC which appeals to discriminating tastes AUTHORIZED DEALER R. C. A. VICTOR RECORDS COLUMBIA RECORDS CAPITOL © M G M • MAJESTIC DECCA - F.F.R.R. - -LONDON Say— Phone Key. 3-7066 The"*? 2419 Rice Blvd. ACROSS FROM THE POST OFFICE—IN THE VILLAGE garlands of woodwardia fern and smilax. The altar vases held white gladioli. Miss Woessner, given in mar- riage by her father, wore an im- ported swiss organdy gown styled along coloni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Thursday, August 28, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 Exactly like Old Man River, it just keeps rolling along, is the Times' Askit Basket, continuing in popularity with residents of the Southwestern section. Typical of the calls received last week are these: Q. What is the name of that new shoe store on Rice Boulevard? A. That would be the Village Shoe Store at 2520 Rice. Q. How soon will it be before University Boulevard is opend to traffic again at the bridge? A. Within a week, we are told. However, you may be rerouted again soon by street paving in that section. Q. What is the phone number of Steven's Record Shop on Kir- by? A. K. 3-9G69. Q. What are they doing to the streets in Southside Place? A. Installing storm sewers and reworking the base of the streets preparatory to paving them. tmstone Now You Can Buy Tirestone DELUXE CHAMPIONS at Lower Than Pre-war Prices! Your Used Tires are Worth More to Us-Come In Today for Big Savingsl The amazing new Firestone De Luxe Champion la up ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 28, 1947 Teen Talk-- (Continued from Page 7) voice besides. She sings in the West University Baptist choir and she's very active there. JERRY was chosen runner-up for the American Legion award last year when she went to Persh- ing. Now she's going to Lamar and when school starts again (happy thought) she'll be a high sophomore. In the way of food, JERRY'S favorite is fried chicken. Hummm, that sounds familiar. The other top teen ager for this week is WILLIAM ALLEN, but everyone calls him SONNY. SON- NY is doing a nice job as vice president of the Teen-Age Can- teen. When the familiar strains of Mrs. Clifford Carter TEACHER OF PIANO (Louise Robyn System) Announces The Opening of Fall Registration SEPTEMBER 1—Classes to Begin September 8 Pre-School Through Advanced 536 South 2nd St., Bellaire M. 2-6314 NEW XMAS TOYS ARRIVING DAILY Vis*?"' SECTION See our new dolls, mechanical toys, games, etc. for early Christmas shopping and gift needs. WE GIFT WRA...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Thursday, August 28, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Maurice Dannenbaum Sells Residence In Southampton Area One of the larger residential transactions in the Southwestern section to be closed in recent weeks was the sale this week of the Southampton residence at 2210 Sunset Boulevard for $32,000 and other considerations, it was an- nounced by Carolyn C. Edson, who negotiated the deal. The home, a two and one-half story red brick residence, w&s sold by Maurice N. Dannenbaum, en- gineer, and Mrs. Dannenbaum, to Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hahn, new- comers to Houston from In- dianapolis, Indiana. Mr. Hahn is a buyer for Foley's. A central hall traverses the length of the lower floor. There are living and dining rooms and a den plus a screened porch and kitchen. On the second floor are four bedrooms and two tiled baths. The third floor is finished as a large game room. There is an attached garage, a wash room and a separate servants' home. RAMBLING.... Recently returned from a vaca- tion in D...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 28, 1947 Say You Saw It In The Times VISIT OUR NEW SHOP Ladies' & Men's Shoes HALF SOLED LET US REPLACE YOUR WORN HEELS All Work Guaranteed VILLAGE SHOE SERVICE JESSE ALANIZ, Owner 6113 Kirby Next to Campus Fur Storage Bellaire Lions Club To Provide Gas Line For Boy Scout House A gas connection for the Boy Scout hut in Bellaire was assured last week when committees of the Bellaire Lions Club met to discuss plans for the year. Scout troops in Bellaire are sponsored by the club and have their own meeting place at the corner of Bellaire Boulevard and Rice Avenue. Ten- tative plans discussed by the com- mittee members also included the planting of grass on the esplanade from Rice Avenue to Post Oak Road. Committees at the meeting were those under the direction of Ray Lambert, first vice president; Ted Eglin, second vice president, and Grant Webster, third vice presi dent. FULLER BRUSH SPECIAL Ladies' Hair Brush $< AC Reg. 3.25 1.93 Call...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Thursday, August 28, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 <• Southampton Home Purchased This Southampton home at 2001 Bolsover has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Banks from Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nicholson. The all-brick, English style residence has three complete floors. Down- stairs are living and dining rooms, screened porch, kitchen, dinette and powder room. On the second floor are three bedrooms and a tiled bath. The third floor is fitted as a library. The home is cen- trally heated and contains a real fireplace. There is a four-room garage apartment. Bellaire Considers Annexing Territory South Of City Limits The Bellaire city council will hold a special meeting tonight at the city hall for the purpose of considering a petition from resi- dents living in the area south of Evergreen Street and East of Rice Avenue to be annexed by the city. Currently lying just south of the city limits, the area has indi- cated a desire to be annexed by the city to secure residential zoning regul...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 28, 1947 W. E. White Plans Development For Brae Burn Estates Further development of Brae Burn Estates, across from the Brae Burn Country Club and slightly southwest of Bellaire, was announced this week by T. I. Col- lins, sales agent for W. E. White, developer. The new development is known as Section 2. This area comprises 45 acres which will be divided into 38 homesites from one to one and one-fourth acres each. Sixteenth Street and Willow Drive are be- ing extended 2,400 feet and shelled at a cost of $10,000. Homesite purchasers in the re- cently developed Section 1 in Brae Burn include the following: S. H. Rickenberg, Lester Hearji, R. L. Hearn, S. F. Wilson, J. L. Lam- bert, M. B. Settle and F. V. Cun- ningham. ANTS AND ROACHES TERMITE CONTROL RELIABLE BONDED SERVICE Telephone J. 2-4355 for Complete Information WEST UNIVERSITY PEST CONTROL BUDDY GLASS — VAL CARLSON — PAT GLASS, Omun 'puxm Occt 'piled (Two Year* Ago This Week) In prepar...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Thursday, August 28, 1947 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Couple In Section Enjoys Archery Mr. And Mrs. Wiper Have Contest To See Who Washes Dishes Shades of Robin Hood and his green-clad, merry men lin- ger in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiper of 5912 Au- den in West University Place, but it is probable that Robin Hood would hang his head in shame if he could witness today how the Notice to Property Owners Of This District If you are contemplating selling your home or lots get in touch with us at West University Place Building & Realty Co. Buffalo and University M. 2-232: Radio Repairs • SOUTHAMPTON • SOUTH SIDE • BELLAIRE OUR PLEDGE To use only quality parts and charge fair prices JACKSON 2-7449 KRENZLER RADIO SERVICE 2607 Bissonnet RENT-IT CENTER Floor Sander and Edger Furniture Sander Floor Polishers Car Polishers TRAILER Skilsaw Ladders Drop Cloths Paint Spray Guns Caulking Gun Paste Table POWER MOWER Movie Projector Titling Letters Movie Screen Photofloods Ice Cream Freezers P...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 28 August 1947

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Thursday, August 28, 1947 Enjoy Archery -- (Continued from Page 13) time the arrow traverses 100 yards. It sounds tough, all right, but Joe says that a bow is more ac- curate at 25 yards than a pistol if the archer is a good marksman. For proof, Joe was once a mem- ber of an archery team that beat a picked pistol team from a city police department. Makes Own Arrows The Wipers' bows are made from Osage and yew wood. Beginners' bows are usually made from lemon wood. Mr. Wiper makes all his arrows including putting on the feathers which is the hardest task. He also strings and repairs his bows. "Many new wrinkles have been developed recently in archery," he says, "one of which is archery golf." This game, he explains, is usual- ly played in competition with legitimate golfers with the golfers driving the balls as they normally would. The archers shoot an ar- row around the course. Their "cup" is a ball of wound twine which the arrow must penetrate before the ...

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