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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

May 10, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 K'-1' & "IT'S A RAFFLE, THE WINNER GETS A SEAT ON THE BUS IN THE MORNING4" A history teacher asked a young pupil: "Name the principal contri- bution of the Phoenicians." The student answered: "Blinds." Notice to Property Owners Of This District :ontemp1ating selling t this location for all e know this territory. real estate bui ty. We have been rs and in the WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING & REALTY CO. Buffalo and University M. 2-2323 Miniature Ice Boxes Carry tiloorl Overseas Whole blood is being flown over- seas now in miniature ice boxes, each box holding 24 pints of blood and weighing only 105 pounds, in- cluding the chest. The ice box, called Frigichest, is made of two kraft fiberboard boxes, one inside the other, and covered on both sides with aluminum foil and insulated between with specially treated cotton. A container holding 19 pounds of ice is placed in the center of the chest. The Frigichest maintains temperatures ranging be...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 10 May 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 10, 1945 V Fresh-up Meals Wiil. HOME GROWIN-TENDER—WHITE Squash 2, J 5c SUGAR SWEET Cantaloupe 2 ... 29c YOUNG, TENDER, PEARLY SWEET Coin-on-the-Cob 6 i'19C [ ivi: i i i M i IHflflBH / ^ jJi Kw j MARASCHINO—Not Rationed Cherries ?°z- 29c MAYFAIR SET SOUR OR Dill Pickles23c PREMIER TOMATO Catsup 14-Oz. 1Qm Bottle 19 V CRISCO Jar 23C "33" Bleach Quart 12C LUX SOAP 3 Bars 19C DUFF'S MIX FOR Ginger Bread 14-Oz. |fl Box lQC WHITE HOUSE Apple Sauce 15c SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY ADMIRATION COFFEE t 29c WONDER SWEETENED Condensed Mi Ik r ] L9c EXQUISITE CUT—2 Cans 10 Blue Points Green Beans 2 ~ 29c STANDARD Tomatoes 2- 15C MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS Chocolatc or White Iced Small Angel Food CAKES Each 31' PARKERHOUSE ROLLS r 12c PILLSBURY'S Best Enriched FLOUR 5 Sack 25c 10 Sack 49c More Mealtime Pleasure Per Point And Penny! FRESHLY SLICED Calf Livei Lb. 49c GRADE "A" YEAL SQUARE CUT Shoulder Roast 1.1,. 26c GRADE "A" VEAL Club Steaks Lb. 36c FRESH G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

t Volume 1—No. 34 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 17, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year 500 Volunteers Launch "Mighty 7th" Drive Here West University Lions Club Elects Dr. Cole President Other Officers, Directors Named At First Meeting Filling a need of many years standing for banding together the men of this section in a non-secta- rian, non-political organization, the West University Lions Club was launched at a meeting last week in the Community House. Here to help the Bellaire Lions, sponsors of the new group, organize the club was Marlowe Fisher, genial representa- tive from state headquarters in Austin. Dr. William Frank Cole, elected president, spoke for the member- ship in stating that he felt the club could serve an important function in the community by utilizing the manpower of the section along con- structive lines. Aims of the club, as outlined by the international as- sociation, are to promote commun- ity welfare and understanding and to take part in any meritorious movemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

Page 2 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor LILLIAN DENTON Assistant Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office al Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 17, 1945 Tell It To The Marines So you think Japan is a pushover, eh?? Well, get a load of this. Japan's home islands are industrialized to the last kilowatt hour, to the last rivet, to the last pair of hands of the 35 mil- lions of Japanese. And the Japs have 400 million conquered Asiatics slaving away for her, too. Japan constitutes the second largest empire in the world today. The Japanese losses have been small in comparison to the size of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

May 17,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 I 1 * West University CAP Squadron Named Honor Unit In Review Last Sunday West University Squadron 4 of the Civil Air Patrol was selected as the unit displaying the best mili- tary attitude and was designated as honor squadron of Group 4 in a parade and review staged by Group 4 Sunday in Rice Stadium. In the review were 1200 cadets from 31 units covering Harris and six other counties. Tommy Chambers is cadet captain of the West Univer- sity unit. Col. Earl L. Johnson of the AAF, national commander of the CAP, was the reviewing officer. He stated that the organization now numbers 80,000 cadets and that the national goal for this and next year is 250,000. Cadet Major Richard Denney and Cadet Capt. John Nor- densen of the West University GEIST REPAIR SHOP Expert Repairing on Autos, Wnter Pumps. Appliances. Etc. 115 Sixth Street—Bellaire Madison 2-2718 New Shipment EXTENSION CORDS SCISSORS WIRE BASKETS PADLOCKS CHICKEN FEEDERS SILK FISHING LINES ALU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 17, 1945 SCOUTS TO ORGANIZE The first organization meeting of the Girl Scouts, Roberts School, will be held at 10 a. m. May 24 in the Scout House on Greenbriar. Mrs. Carl Benz will act as chair- man of the meeting. Mothers with daughters interested in scouting are invited to attend, and details for the organization of the group will be discussed. The WHITE HOUSE 6800 South Main Private Dining Room For Special Parlies CLOSED ON THURSDAYS Just Off Bcllaire Blvd. L. 5753 Specializing In ® K. C. STEAKS •SEAFOOD •CHICKEN • Special Dinners Midnight Breakfast Served Saturday Night CHARLES W. MAGGARD, M«r. FINE WINES AND LIQUORS University Place LIQUOR STORE 2621 Bissonnct at Kirl y Special for 10 Days REGULAR $15.00 or $20.00 COLD WAVES $10.00 Individually Styled to Your Personality ★ Machine and Machineless ASS-Over Curl . . $10.00 End Curls .... $ 5.50 ★ Hot Oil Manicures $1.25 Clean-up Facial Packs $1.75 We have all the latest shades of Revelon and Chen Yu ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

May 17,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 : First Building Of Medical Center May Be Started In July The first building that will be erected in the Texas Medical Cen- ter, adjacent to the Southwestern section, will be the main building of Baylor University's college of medicine. It will cost one million dollars. Earl C. Hankamer, chair- man of the building committee, an- nounced that the board hoped con- struction would start by July 1. An initial construction fund of $15,000,000 for the medical center in Houston is already earmarked. COOIUOME^ INSULATE WITH EAGLE MINERAL WOOL "Year Round Comfort" Dewey S. Parker, Representing Eagle Building Insulators C. 4-3575 M. 2-6565 ows that rattle are a warn- ou should heed, for they are vinjj your home of comfort, and efficiency it should -ithout obligation. ?OVV\ day Observance of I'oppy Day in the Southwestern section will be held Saturday, according to Mrs. Henry J. Haury of 6006 Lake, president of the Ladies' Auxiliary to Brenner Cox Beverly ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 17, 1945 Mimosa Group Winds Up Season Climaxing: the season's work, the Mimosa group of the Garden Club of West University met in the home of Mrs. Cecil Gill of 4039 Case on Wednesday morning for a garden show and covered dish luncheon. Installation of new officers for the ensuing year was held under the direction of Mrs. Gill. Those to serve next year are Mrs. E. N. Saunders of 3903 Villanova, presi- dent; Mrs. R. M. Snyder of 4022 Marlowe, vice president, and Mrs. S. E. Clarabut of 3836 Swarthmore, secretary-treasurer. PROPERTY OWNERS unpt and Courteous Service List the Real Estate wish to sell with me. Buyers waiting; for Homes, Apartments, and Acre FRANK M. RENTFROW REALTOR 4 6537 Edloe Houston 5,1 RAMBLING.... 1 BELLAIRE RadioService EXPERT REPAIRING ON ALL HOME MODEL RADIOS Five Day Service EFFICIENT -- RELIABLE - REASONABLE M. C. DeBARBIERIS Manager PlIONE J. 2-8875 Welcome back home to Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Mainous and son, Edward, who are now l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

May 17, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 7 * i Legion Auxiliary To Hold Bingo Party The lawn of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Human of G42G Sewanee will be the scene of a bingo party on Saturday evening at 7:30 when the Auxiliary of John R. Burkett Post No. 77 of the American Legion entertains. The affair has been arranged to raise funds for purchasing bonds during the Seventh War Loan Drive, according to Mrs. Marie Golden, publicity chairman. Mrs. Earl M. Burkett of 2807 Albans is chairman of the committee on arrangements. Plate Lunches Meat m n Two Vegetables Cold Beer and Beer To Go BeHaire Cafe C. H. NELIUS M. 2-0182 We re Shouting From the Roof Tops We ve Moved! 310 Tuam FRED MILLER FURNITURE CO. Upholsterers New Phone—Hadlcy 5434- Killed In Action mm Word that Roy L. Walker, elec- trician's mate 2/c, was lost in the Pacific, was received last Friday by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Walker of 6713 Bromp- ton. Roy had been in the service about a year and was just 18 years old. Buy Fags By...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 17,1945 hen you mm the Victory Volunteer • • • As you read this, your armed forces are fighting their way toward the great victory. Every American must do his part—that means every American must back this greatest of all War Bond drives—the mighty, urgent Seventh I TWO BIG DRIVES IN ONE! • • • Last year, by this time, you were asked to subscribe in two drives. Since this is the first drive in 1945, we must be ready to back it up to the hilt. That means you must substantially increase your bond buying during the Seventh. • • • Let's get ready now to welcome the volunteer salesman with a generous heart and an open pocket- book. Thousands of men, women, boys and girls are giving their time to take your bond subscriptions. They know how vital this ifiiil Vfll drive is—show them you know, ;::o, by buying bigger, extra bonds. • • • If you have any income, from any source — whether from work, land or capital—you have a personal quota in this drive. Find out wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

May 17,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 I i ! ff Toot-N-Tellem Opened on Bellaire Additional drive-in shopping facilities were made available to the residents of the section recently when C. W. Erwin constructed the new building pictured above at 2502 Bellaire Boulevard, corner Kelvin. The 126 by 30 foot hollow-tile building is occupied by Toot-n-Tellem, a modern food store, and by the Bel- laire Radio Service. Mr. Erwin, who lives on Post Oak Road, operates the grocery department. He has been in business on Bellaire Boulevard since 1939. The meat department is operated by L. B. Allen of 6317 Mercer and the vegetable department by B. E. Erwin of 3919 Case. The Bellaire Radio Service in the same building is owned by M. C. DeBarbieris, whose well-equipped whop enables him to give prompt service on radio repair. Mr. DeBarbieris expects to have a stock of home nodel radios on hand for sale soon. Doctors Recommend , Fresh Drugs Compounded Accurately For Your Prescriptions BEN LAWS PHARMACY...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 17, 1945 M ATTER OF CHOICE Silas was becoming very hard of hearing and upon the advice of a friend he consulted a doctor. "And what did he say?" asked the friend. "Well," said Silas, "he told me I would have to quit dnnkin', but I like what I been drinkin' so much better than what I been hearin', I think I'll just keep on drinkin'." Famous last words: "They c; ship me out. I'm indispensable.' Miss Esther Rohloff Paul Herschler, Air On Friday evening Miss Esther Grace Rohloff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rohloff of 2342 Tang- ley, became the bride of Paul Dwight Herschler, lieutenant, Unit- ed States Army Air Forces, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan V. Herschler of Ashland, Ohio. Dr. Paul W. Quil- lian perforced the marriage in a tJlifde Pabli fyi4*tesudcMo4ne CADILLAC AMBULANCE SERVICE Lehigh 9116 Burial Insurance jor the Entire Family J. 2-6907 Waugh Drive at Hyde Park Plvd. KAY'S jj ik&F) ■prxj W 2324 Bissonnet Steaks -- Barbecue Hip Mexican Food >...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

May 17, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 ') , . Jo-'* T~7 Daddy's worn-out shirts can be made over into cunning blouses, dresses or suits for the one-year- old, provided a little trimming and imagination are used. After oiling the sewing machine, stitch through a blotter several times. This takes up all surplus oil on the machine, and keeps from getting it on the material. 740 IS YOUR LUCKY NUMBER IF YOU DEMAND THE BEST YOU DEMAND VARIETY YOU INSIST ON DESIRABLE RECEPTION YOU WANT SERVICE * LOYALTY * FIDELITY * KTRH IS YDLIR 5QLUTIDN You can clean glazed chintz by spreading it on a flat surface and sponging quickly with lukewarm water. Press on the wrong side with a warm iron or on the right side using a slightly dampened pressing cloth. When painting woodwork, coat the door knobs, locks, etc., with vaseline, so that the paint can be easily wiped off if it splashes on these surfaces. To remove rust from nickel, grease well with any kind of lubri- cant, let stand for a few minutes, th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 17 May 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 17, 1945 SAVE AT RICE BLVD. FOOD MARKET In The Village 7 Years CANNED GOODS OnaytifM' MOO MAlUfcS YOUNG TENDER HOME GROWN GREEN BEANS Lbs. 19c FRESH DUG NEW Potatoes 5"- 25c HOME GROWN Cucumbeis 5c MOTT'S Not Rationed Apple Juice IS.' 23c CHASE & SANBORN DELCO FRESH SHELLED Not Rationed Black Eyed Peas=2 ■- 29c REGAN'S BRAND SAUER KRAUT 2 Not Rationed ' No. 2 1 Qp ! Cans | EXQUISITE RED Sliced Beets 2 Not Rationed No. 2 /hp Cans |j| LIBBY'S EVEN PRESSED TOMATO JUICE 20 Blue Points 5* 27 c SHERWOOD WHOLE PRUNE PLUMS "... 20 Blue Points No. 2v2 1 DA Can 1 U U MICKIE'S BAKERY SPECIALS APPLE STREUSEL COFFEE CAKE Each 25C YELLOW LOAF CAKE Each 19c Coffee 30c Post Toasties 2 15c OCEAN CHIEF GRATED TUNA - 25c BAMA PURE Apple Jelly VJ" 26c CREAMY SHORTENING CRUSTINE 18c THE PERFECT CLEANER Spic & Span 19c CHASES DIRT DUTCH ClCilltSGI 2 Cans 15C SNO-BRITE LONG GRAIN RICE 2 ct 25c HERSHEY'S BREAKFAST Cocoa 9c SAVE HERE—SAVING FOR THURSDAY—FRIDAY—SATURDAY...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 1—No. 35 HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 24, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Pershing To G raduate Largest Class In History lifting l The overwhelming majority of the 138 graduates of John J. Pershing Junior High School pictured above have signified their choice of Lamar as the high school they wish to attend. Pershing is known as an "optional district." and members of its graduating class each year are given their choice of attending Lamar or San Jacinto High School. This class, largest in Pershing's history, will gather for an assembly at 1 p. m. Friday, at which time the semi-annual American Legion awards will be given to the boy and girl who "best represent the highest type of American youth from the standpoint of honor, courage, scholarship, leadership, service and character." Major Henry A. Schumacher, chairman of the American ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 24, 1945 Published Every Thursday for tile Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor LILLIAN DENTON Assistant Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 19<14, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2510 Dartmouth, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, MAY 24, 1945 On Memorial Day this year, as we honor the heroes of all wars this country has participated in, we are grateful that the bloody struggle in Europe is over and that our boys are no longer dying in that theater of war where so many lie buried. Our county now turns its full might toward the Pacific, and simultaneously its thoughts for an enduring peace to the shores of that ocean where the United Nations ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

May 24, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 • I • RAMBLING.... Congratulations to Dennis Mich- ael Voulgaris, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Voulgaris of 2335 Dunstan Road, on his graduation from the University of Texas Medical Col- lege at Galveston on June 2. lie completes his studies with honors and was recently elected to the honorary society of AOA. . . . Army meets army again—thus it was when Lt. John Granville Pope of 3704 Garnet had as his guest last week-end his former commanding officer overseas, Lt. Col. William John Ellison, Jr., of Nashville, Tennessee. Colonel Ellison was en route to California for reassign- ment after a brief leave. . . . The Merl Gordon Johnson house- hold at 4107 Marlowe is happy this week to announce the arrival of that new addition. She was born oil the 18th and has been named Kathleen. . . . "lifting- attractive, new face you flBHHBTKl the first teller's cage at •# -niversity State Bank these -c.ays belongs to Mrs. Johnnie Mae Haines. . . . We'll bet the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 24, 1945 Last Little Theatre Play of Season Will Be Moliere Farce Houston Little Theatre's last play of the regular season will be Moliere's broad farce, "The Doctor In Spite of Himself," June 1 to 9. Slapstick stage business and sly- HOUSTON BUSINESS COLLEGE V. E. Bailey, Owner All Commercial Subjects Including Key Punch Day-Evening Classes Competent Instructors References: Houston Business Finns ly satirical dialogue typical of Mo- liere are found at their height in this play, picked by Director Ralph Mead for its adaptability to local casting. Manie Gordon plays "The Doctor," and Helene Susman is his wife. Nina Vance as the nurse and Vivian Altfeld as the romantic in- terest play the other female roles. Men in the cast include Horace I Miller, Dell C. Amos, Seth Hath- away, Robert Bolick, Arthur C. | Burnett, and J. A. Blackwood. Set- 1 tings and costumes designed by Charles Reid carry out the lavish and exaggerated styles of the Moliere period. DAVI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

May 24, 19,45 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Despite Strain Of Total War, Health Of American People Is Remarkably Good Despite the strains of three years of wartime living and working, and an increasing shortage of physicians, psychia- trists, nurses and hospital facilities, the physical and mental health of America's civilians shows no indication of a serious decline, the Office of War Information reports, on the basis of data furnished by the Public Health service, the War Man- power commission, the bureau of the census and the war and navy departments. Dr. Thomas Parran, surgeon general of the Public Health serv- ice, sums up the current status of civilian health in the United States as follows: "At the present time there are no indications that the war has had serious effects upon the health of the nation. We do know, however, that our lines against disease are lightly held. Shortages of health and medical manpower, together with shifting of the population, Perfected Cleaning 9 CAMPU...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 24 May 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES May 24, 1945 Turn the mattress every week, first from end to end, next from side to side to get maximum wear and comfort from it. .Got That FAN NOW HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Fans, Toasters, Vacuum Cleaners and Oilier Appliances Repaired. Quick, Dependable Service 6117 KIRBY DRIVE Next to Bank Equal parts of salt, flour, and vinegar make an effective paste to clean brass, copper or pewter. Apply the paste, let stand for an hour, rub off, wash with water, and then polish. Odds and ends of soap can be saved by putting them in a small bag made from a wash cloth. When taking a bath, this bag full Headquarters For GARDEN SUPPLIES INSECTICIDES FERTILIZER DISINFECTANT HOES, SHOVELS KELLY'S VARIETY & Hardware Store Opposite Bellaire Post Office M. 2-0191 Listings Wanted For prompt, careful, efficient handling, list your real estate for sale with us today. There is a ready market for residential properties right now. S. M GRIFFIS COMPANY RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES 5624 Buff...

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