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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

September 27, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES —FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION Page 9 < f Congratulations to the ^ "77 upon completing of outstanding service to our community. May each of the following 99 years bring an equal measure of success. The Village, together with the entire Southwestern section, is particu- larly fortunate in having a fearless newspaper to champion its causes, weld neighborhood spirit, and supply a medium for advertisers to announce their wares. The University State Bank recognizes the value to the community that this newspaper represents and is happy to extend greetings to the South- western Times on its first anniversary. 6135 KIRBY DRIVE Member Federal Deposit Insurnnce Corporation KEYSTONE 3-5574

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION September 27, 1945 Southsifle Men's Club Will Hear J. W. Cash Federal court procedure will be the topic for a talk by J. W. Cash of 3731 Carlon before the regular meeting: of the Men's Club of Southside Place at 8 p. m. Wednes- day. Mr. Cash is assistant United States district attorney. BUILD YOUR OWN MODEL AIRPLANES Scalc Models Solid and Flying Types 1 la** ks—Maircra f I Megow—Comet Cleveland STAMPS -- ALBUMS AND CATALOGS TAYLOR'S HOBBY SHOP 2509 Rioc J. 2-4222 Tin •ee Garden Clubs Schedule Meets, Mimosa Group Admits Five Members The Southampton Garden Club will open its season with a meeting at 10 o'clock next Thursday morn- ing in the home of Mrs. Fred W. Lackner, Jr., at 2006 Bolsover. Fol- lowing a business session, Mrs. Jay L. Speece will speak on "Points to Be Considered in Preparing for a Flower Show." Azalea Group Mrs. Del Prosperi will address members of the Azalea group of the Garden Club of West Univer- sity at a m...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

$ September 27, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES —FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION Page 11 4 4 • •« i • •in • m • <w • •if. • Oil i t 0 Southwest Scouts Plan Three-Day Outing At Strake A three-day Camporec will be held by Scouts of the Southwest District October 5, 6 and 7 at Camp Strake, according to R. Depen- brock of 3032 Amherst, assistant district commissioner. Approxi- mately 400 boys and 100 adult lead- ers arc expected. A field day will be held Saturday with senior scouts acting as judges for the various events. Most of the section's troops have already regis- tered, Mr. Depenbrock stated, but other who wish to participate in the Camporee should get in touch with Dr. J. Charles Dickson, district Mrs. L. D. Hepinstnll To Speak Before Southside Group Mrs. L. D. Hepinstall of 3752 Garnet will be the speaker at the meeting of the Southside Garden Club at 10:30 a. m. Wednesday in the clubhouse. Her subject will be "Fundamentals of Flower Arrange- ment, Balance, Proportion, Line and Focal Poin...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION September 27, 1945 SECTION'S EXPANSION AGGRESSIVELY LAUNCHED IN 1920's Monticello Addition One Of First Subdivisions To Be Developed By WM. G. FARRINGTON Realtor and Developer -• When I came to Houston almost 20 years ago, my first assignment as chief engineer for the San Jacinto Trust Co. was the development of Monticello Addition, followed a little later by Braeswood. The population of Houston at that time was about 240,000. The Monticello Addition was just 87 acres of prairie land on Old Rich- mond Road (now Bissonnet). One could stand at the intersec- tion of Bissonnet and Kirby Drive looking toward downtown Houston and see no houses nor signs of de- velopment except a line of poles on Bissonnet. Topping the Houston skyline was the Second National Bank Building, then fiie stories lower than at present. A. D. Fore- man had just completed the layout of West University Place with a few shell streets and had built his home on th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

^ 1 September 27,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION Page 13 f WIZ-N WIZ-N AnMMMCiHJCj, new ownership . . new management. . WIZ-N ICE AND FOOD MARKET (formerly Krenzler's) w/z vV Si djcsr h-m in >. ~ - < , * - - r. 3 ' OPERATED BY YOUNG PEOPLE WITH MODERN IDEAS AND A DESIRE TO RENDER EXTRA SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE OF SOUTHWESTERN HOUSTON- Horace "Buster" Schmidt Loyce Penick John Schmidt residents of West University Place for 12 years. — ICE— We're Never Out of Ice All Popular Brands COLD BEER CIGARETTES By the Pack or Carton — FEATURING — All Popular Brands of Staple Groceries Farm Fresh Fruits and Vegetables ' Every Morning Lunch Meat, Cheese, Etc. No Waiting - Quick Courteous Service - Ample Parking Open 7 A.M. 'Til 11 P.N. Seven Days A Week 2623 Bissonnet Phone H. 0028 WIZ-N WIZ-N

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES —FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION September 27, 1945 West University Building Boom- (Continued from Page 3) 3220 Rice Boulevard, took office. Rapid Population Increase While the records are silent as to the population of the town when it was organized in December of 1924, it is recorded that 54 votes were cast in the election, which may give some idea as to popula- tion. In 1930 the Census Bureau found the population to be 1,322. By 1940 this figure had increased to 9,221, and now the estimated population is around 13,000. Toonerville Trolley Early settlers of the community, RICE BLVD. B v f Operated by JOE O'TELLE 2503 Rice Blvd. among whom are A. P. Robb, Mr. Dunnington and C. E. Gates, testify to the difficulties of pioneering. The only transportation was a street car line operating from Eagle Street to Bellaire along Bel- laire Boulevard. Officially known as the Westmoreland Railway Co., this line was soon dubbed locally as the Toonerville Trolley. The line w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

■September 27, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES —FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION Page 15 Vest University— (Continued from Page 14) fetation was completed. This group ]pf fi *e fighters was organized along the traditional lines of a vol- unteer company. Its record of ac- complishment is recorded in the food fire credit rating which has |een maintained for many years. Civic Organizations West University has held the en- viable national record of having the rgest memberships in two organ- Popular Meeting Spot For Community We Sharpen anil Repair LAWN MOWERS and "YARD MAN" MOWERS Washing Machines, Vacuum Cleaners and Appliances Repaired. GEIST REPAIR SHOP s@""®EE Used as a voting place for Precinct 133, home of the library and headquarters for innumerable organizations, the West University Place Community House has been visited at some time or another by practically every resident of the city. izations, the Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation and the garden clubs. This bespeaks a citizenship' of the higher-t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION September 27, 1945 Water, Water, Everywhere! gtt •;^ Slanting The SPORTS With BURT RULE While drainage conditions in The Village are not as bad as they once were, the above picture shows what occasionally happens after a heavy rain. This was snapped several hours after the crest of the high waters following the storm last month. Shortly before the pic- ture was taken a woman depositor arrived by rowboat to transact her business at the University State Bank. The scene shows Kirby Drive looking south from Times Boulevard. Appliance Repairs We Repair All Makes of WASHING MACHINES -- VACUUM CLEANERS -- FANS TOASTERS -- WAFFLE IRONS -- PERCOLATORS -- IRONS And All Other Household Electrical Appliances firing lis Your Appliance for Quicker Service ACE APPLIANCE CO. Just Received Wide Selection MIRRORS PICTURES LAMPS TAYLOR 3*uniitute Company 3302 MAIN Street Ja 2-5674 Houston-/^-Texas Last week's doin's, so far as us "Southwest" fans ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

eptember 27, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES —FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION Page 17 TAYLOR'S celebrates its 3rd. Birthday ☆ SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED . . . TAYLOR'S RECORD DEPARTMENT The Latest Hits by the Nation's Top Bands Recordings: Children's Records: STORIES RHYMES MOTHER GOOSE GAMES FAIRY TALES LULLABYES COMPLETE RECORD ACCESSORIES VICTOR BLUEBIRD COLUMBIA OKEH DECCA CAPITOL SONORA STATIONERY BY AMERICA'S LEADERS The Finest Names on Papers that are dictinctly different: ROME CREATIONS NORCROSS KATZ OF PITTSBURGH HOBBY STATIONERS FREUND OFFICE SUPPLIES Hard to Find Items at Surprisingly Low Prices GIFTS FOR THE LEAST IMPORTANT OR THE MOST IMPRESSIVE OCCASION—FROM MINIATURES TO THE FINEST GIFT ITEMS IN POTTERY, GLASS, AND CHINA, DOMESTIC & IMPORTED BROUGHT TO YOU BY: CHADWICK CHINA SORIA AND SIMON LIBBY GLASS HAGY CERAMIC STUDIOS BLUE RIDGE STUDIOS CAMARK and Many Others GREETING CARDS and Gift Wrappings Our Selection Cannot Be Excelled IWaTOP KNOT a 'MmiLy. LIa piiu-ib to Aix - NOR...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

Page 18 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES —FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION September 27, 1945 New Pastor Heads Lutheran Church Here Announcement has been made by the Board of Home Missions of the Evangelical Lutheran Augustana Synod of the call to Pastor Ken- neth C. Larson, formerly of the Hope Lutheran Church, Minneapo- lis, Minnesota, to serve as pastor for Christ the King Evangelical Lutheran Church, now meeting in Roberts School. He will conduct the service and deliver his initial sermon at the service next Sunday morning at 9:45 o'clock. BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Will be closed all day each Wednesday beginning Sept. 12. AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 jO.et'4. Cjet A acquainted First he bought a saddle to go with the horse. Then he bought a .horse to go with the saddle. Finally he had to buy another saddle-to go with the horse. Ed A. Redman is Gifts Wrapped Moderate Rules Original Ideas Overseas Boxes Mailed South Texas College of Commerce Announces Co...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

September 27,1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES —FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION Page 19 "Social Notes- Miss Joycc Elaine Gaskcy, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Gas- key of 4221 Coleridge, has returned to Our Lady of the Lake College in San Antonio, to resume her studies s a sophomore. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Barziza of 6317 Edloe 1 the week-end were their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Barziza of Corpus Christi. Celebrating his ninth birthday Saturday, Louis William Von Ba- den, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Von Baden of 2913 Cason, entertained with a party. There were 14 guests. Back after a week's vacation in Kerrville are Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lucas of 3501 Amherst. Planning a visit to Tennessee is Mrs. J. H. Kennedy of 6635 1 Edloe. Announcing BONNIE JO FARRISH ANTIQUE SHOPPE 3435 Bellalre Boulevard Furniture -- Patterned Glass Copper « Original Lamps Telephone M. 2-3292 " i A I FACT or FICTION? Q. 50 tons of coal go into one medium tank. A. FACT. That much coal is neede...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

n Pfltre 20 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION September 27,1945 Pioneer Bellaire Resident Boasts 13 7 Dolls In Unique Collection Mrs. Meynardie To Will Landmark Home, Collection To City For Civic Use Many a babyish tear has been dried by the sight of a topsy turvy rag doll, as has many a childish heart Jbeen made glad by an inanimate head of flaxen curls. Size, kind or worth means little! A doll's a doll, and its magic spares neither age nor creed—age, in that tender memories of a certain doll can illumine the most crinkled of faces and wreathe it with the brightest of smiles. But imagine 137 dolls in one home. That number comprises the rare collection of Mrs. Laura Mae Meynardie of 4415 Bellaire Boule- vard, who became interested in her hobby when she received a doll nine years ago as a gift. Hag Doll Started Collection This initial member of the group is a feminine rag doll about 12 inches tall with pretty red hair. She was made entirely by inmates of the Institute fo...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

t September 27, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION Puge 21 I Doll Collection— (Continued from Page 20) iTexas until Mrs. Meynardie gath- Kered him into her fold—he was [made in Germany! Of special interest to a male eye 5 the shapely Hawaiian dancer. [Her face is lovely, her long black [hair silky, and her costume of [golden cellophane just something J"out of this world." The cellophane lis shredded into the finest of rib- fbons and in its undisclosing thick- i reveals only enough figure for |beauty. Variety of Sizes Although the sizes of the dolls ary, the largest is about 24 inches [ and the smallest exactly one-half J inch in height. This "little fella" is [a miniature which came enclosed in , shell from Chicago. The oldest doll, also from Chi- cago, was made in 1906 and has a rag body, entirely made by hand, | topped by an all-china head which DAVIDSON'S DRY GOODS & HARDWARE Garden Supplies Pittsburgh Paints Varieties End of Bus Line Bellaire at Richmond Mad...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

Page 22 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES —FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION September 27, 1945 Section's Expansion— (Continued from Page 12) are planning: improvements nearby. A number of projects are slated for early construction in The Vil- lage as soon as the City of Houston completes its plans for drainage. Some of them will get under way within the next 60 days. Kesidential Expansion Planned Residential sections such as Braes- wood, Braes Heights and others have extensive plans for develop- ment and are proceeding with large housing programs. The spending of huge sums of money, already earmarked for the Plate Lunches Meat M p Two Vegetables Salad *WV Cold Beer and Beer To Go Beliaire Cafe C. H. NELIUS M. 2-0182 WILLIAM G. FARRINGTON section and its adjacent area, can- not fail to bring additional pros- perity and population. Schools will be needed, and more shops will be built. The Southwestern section can approach the post-war period with confidence and the certainty that it will enjoy a healthy an...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

September 27, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION Page 2,3 IT HAPPENS EVERY \ YEARS! A clerk at Kelly Field, Texas, 1 was helping an old Negro to fill out application papers for a Civil Serv- ice janitor job. The clerk would read off the questions and write down the answers. "Do you belong," asked the clerk, "to the Nazi bund, or any political party that plans to overthrow the government?" "Yas'm," said the Negro. "Which one?" asked the clerk, taken aback by the applicant's placid candor. "The Republican," was the earn- est reply. •: « • « PLENTY BEER TO GO ★ Lurge Sclcction of QUALITY WHISKIES, GIN, RUMS, BRANDIES AND WINES ★ BISSONNET PACKAGE STORE 1725 Bissonnet K. 3-1148 Feed 'em Right WITH RED CHAIN POULTRY & STOCK FEEDS ALSO GULP GAS AND OIL BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Open Weekly 8-6:30 R. R. REAMER Rice and Cedar Madison 2-0172 Leopard Trimming Designers like to trim with spotted furs because they give youthful and animated accent to winter fabrics. Accesso...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 27 September 1945

wii iiiiMiimff imwiinii"wfl Page 24 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES — FIRST ANNIVERSARY EDITION September 27,1945 Folger's Coffee a 29c B & M BAKED BEANS r1- 17 c MISSION MEDIUM SIZE SUGAR PEAS 2&j 25c FULLY DRESSED FRYERS 55c Lb. Dressed in Our Modern Plant GRADE "A" QUALITY ROUND STEAK 39c GRADE "A" QUALITY FRESH GROUND VEAL 27c GRADE "A" QUALITY OVEN ROAST u 26c GRADE "A" QUALITY CALF LIVER - 49c AMERICAN—VELVEETA OR CHATEAU CHEESE 269c TEXAS STANDARD TOMATOES 3s ! 29c UNCLE WILLIAM SAUERKRAUT 2 a? 25c SHOP AND SAVE HERE! SPECIALS FOR THREE DAYS THURSDAY- FRIDAY- SATURDAY- CRISCO 3a 67c FIRST SINCE THE WAR! DREFT Large O Box MICKIE'S SPECIALS fHflELEXXSZXSflllii ICE-BOX COOKIES, doz 15c FRUIT CAKES, lb $1.00 LARGE POUND CAKES, each ... 49c SALE! CANNED FRUIT BLUE BUNNEY FRUIT COCKTAIL &• 32c HALVES OR SLICED PEACHES S,2'126c FLOTTA CHOICE APRICOTS Sn2,/' 25c FRUITS & VEGETABLES m CALII Oranges 2 CALIFORNIA SWEET JUICY SUNKIST Dozen «k 39c CALIFORNIA CRISP TENDER CARROTS 5c CAL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

estetoi /Mnes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 2 HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 4, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year West University To Get Long-A waited New Garbage Truck; Tax Rate Stands Promise that the garbage truck, ordered several months ago for West University Place, will be ready for delivery Sat- urday was gained by R. B. Allen, city secretary-engineer, from the body manufacturers on a trip he made to Dallas last week. J. W. Clarke, superintendent of the street and garbage department, will go to Dallas and will drive the truck back Saturday. It will be placed in service next week and will re- sult in improved garbage col- lection for the city, Mr. Allen stated. Tractors Inspected While in Dallas, Mr. Allen in- spected that city's garbage depart- ment. Then, he went to Denison to inspect government-owned tractors to find out what is available. He...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 4, 1945 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 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 Kates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6G86 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, OCTOBER 4, 1945 Mr. Veteran-Here Is Your RecallTo Duty You who have worn the uniform of our country have returned to a civilian life which also has been disrupted by the trials of war. Admittedly, you have earned a rest—the right to "take it easy." And yet you are the men needed and qualified to do one of the most important jobs of American life. This job is the voluntary leadership of American youth. While you were away, many of the l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

October 4, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Rev. Plumley Moves Into Church Rectory Rev. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Plum- ley and family are planning to move this week into the rectory purchased by St. Mark's Episcopal Church at 3728 Rice Boulevard recently. Monday through Wednesday, Mr. Plumley attended the clergy con- ference of the Diocese of Texas at Camp Allen on Trinity Bay. RAMBLING.... Feed 'em Right WITH RED CHAIN POULTRY & STOCK FEEDS Open Weekly 8-6:30 R. R. REAMER Rice and Cedar Madison 2-0172 It's nice seeing Major Allen Bus- ter back home after service in Europe. He is visiting his mother, Mrs. Eva Buster, at 3747 Jardin.... 'Twas a gay weiner roast that was staged Friday night in the back yard at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Everts of 5306 Brae Burn Drive in honor of Ann's 13th birthday. . . . Among the younger set who journeyed to Allen Academy in Bryan last week to take up the year's studies were Mack Skaggs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skaggs of 1740 Rice Boulevard, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 4 October 1945

Pago 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES October 4,1945 -Social Notes-- A small dinner party was given recently by Mrs. Paul Bottler and Mrs. David J. Bratton of 6404 BLASINGAME DRUG STORE Will be closed all day each Wednesday beginning Sept. 12. AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 Westchester in honor of Miss John- ny Lou Bace, bride-elect of Jack P. Abbott. The white-laid table was centered with an embossed wedding cake topped with a bride and groom. Tall white tapers in crystal holders flanked the cake. Places were laid for nine members of the immediate families. FLETCHER'S HOME & AUTO SUPPLY Visit Our GIFT SHOP China -- Glassware -- Poltery Hunting and Fishing License Notary Public 2414 University Blvd. J. 2-9907 LET US RE-NEW YOUR CAR We Specialize in FINE AUTO PAINTING & BODY WORK SAFETY GLASS installed while you wait. SEAT COVERS—Custom made—Tailored to fit your car for comfort and appearance. WEIlfflL 1125 Milam at Dallas MEN'S BIBLE CL...

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