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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 November 1945

3 * * • •v • ® ♦ • « • *' • * • November 8, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 Open wide your door and pocketbook to the FOR PEACE AND PROSPERITY DO MORE THAN EVER BEFORE IN there's still a big JOB AHEAD! JL hey're on the march—the Victory Volunteers of your com- munity! They're making their important rounds right now in support Of america's great victory loan! Give them a rousing welcome in the form they'll appreci- ate most —your order for your full share of the Giant Victory Loan quota. The war may be over, but there's a tremendous job still ahead. Hundreds of thousands of our wounded fighting men must be cared for —nursed from battle wounds to health. Sons, husbands and fathers all over the world must be brought home safely—and quickly. Yes, the job ahead is big —and costly. America's great victory loan quota is $11,000,000,000. When your neighborhood Victory Volunteer calls, open wide your door and pocketbook. The most important Bonds you've ever bought are the Bonds you buy today ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 November 1945

rji k Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 8, 1945 Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lucas of 3501 Amherst are her parents, Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Linebaugh of Muskogee, Oklahoma. They will be here a month. Back from a visit with relatives in Ackley and Iowa Falls, Iowa, are Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Conley of 3771 University Boulevard. They also MRS. J. H. Bohmfalk REAL ESTATE © Bellaire • Westmoreland Farms 4921 Bellaire Blvd. spent several days in Kansas City, Missouri, as guests of Mr. Conley's sisters. Now at home at 2209 Bellaire Boulevard are Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Uitta. They formerly lived at 2824 Swift. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Jackson of 6504 Auden are her brother-in-law and sister, Sgt. and Mrs. L. 0. Dallas of Camp Fannin. Mrs. Roy L. Sandy, formerly of West University Place and now liv- ing in Falfurrias, Texas, visited friends in the section last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Robinson of 2635 Tangley have purchased a residence under construction in the 2800 block ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 November 1945

November 8, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 * * J J. A. Kelly, Released From Navy, To Reopen Business Here Soon J. A. Kelly of 2347 Glenn Haven recently received his discharge from the navy, and is now planning to reopen his Kelly and Kelly con- struction business in Houston, in- active since February, 1943, when he entered the service. Mr. Kelly, who was overseas 20 months, served in the Aleutian Islands, the Admiralties and the Philippines, and won the bronze star, the American defense, the Asiatic-Pacific and the Philippine liberation ribbons. * OUR STOCK # Wc reach with full confidence for the chemicals and pharma- ceuticals in our prescription depart- ment, because only products of known dependability are given Bpace on our ■helves. By keeping our stock up- to-date through the regular addition of newly-developed products, we are cooperating with science in its battle against disease. ; STORE HOURS Weekdays 8 A.M. to 9:30 P.M. Sunday 8 A.M. to 1 P.M. Peterson's Pharmacy Village ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 November 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 8, 1945 Tcpii Talk By JEAN HARLOW . . . Libbie Fain and her long walks every night are getting very interesting. Are you sure you walk alone, Libbie ? . . . Gilbert (Mex) Dye and his Notice to Property Owners Of This District f you are contemplating selling youi t this location for e know this terri erty. We ha- WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE BUILDING & REALTY CO. Buffalo and University M. 2-2323 permanent are getting along just fine. Come on, Gilbert, tell the boys where you got it—they might be interested! . . . Frances Bones came back to Houston to visit Georgia Hegar. We really were glad to see you, Frances, but next time stay a little longer! . . . Albert Prats was very dis- appointed last week when Mary Sue Sewell didn't make it \p to Houston. We're awfully soxry, Al- bert, better luck next time. . . . Floyd Senter had a very exciting Halloween party last week. Especially since Bina Freeman was the acting fortune teller—I'm sure everyone had a ga...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 November 1945

November 8, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 Wait a minute we didn't mean to startle you— but a lot of startling things are happening in A' THE VILLAGE $lfOOOrOOO will be spent in The Village in the near future—to make it the oustanding Suburban Shopping Center in the South. There will be new— Shoe Stores, Dress Shops, Men's Shops — Restaurants, Appliance Stores, Fur Storage — Frozen Food Locker, Infants' Wear Shop, Auto Agencies — Jewelry Stores, Furniture Stores, Florists — Vari- ety Stores, Plumbers, Sporting Goods Store — and many other modern business firms to serve you. Watch the Village Grow! (This page sponsored by The Village Association) Sr "TTfetH&et OF THE VILLAGE ASSOCIATION An Organization to help build The Village into the finest suburban shopping center in the South. This Emblem, on your merchant's window is an indication of cooperation— of a desire to give these words meaning— Look for it. RIGHT NOW- IN THE VILLAGE YOU'LL FIND BARBER SHOPS BEAUTY SHOPS SERVICE ST...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 November 1945

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 8, 1945 SOMEBODY'S STENOG—The Only Way Out! <3®>< WHAT IN?! FRESH t?UJE!! NOW NEW CHAIR CAME OFF- WILL „ YOU STICK IT ON FOR Jf SURE HIM? r-JkL WHY DID NOT HE WAR ME ?- NOW, HOW AM I GONNA SET OUT OF HERE? By GENE BYRNES REG'LAR FELLERS—Hot Dog! STOCKHOLDER, ANYWAY Motorist: Why don't you look where you are going? You pedes- trians walk around just as if you owned the streets. Pedestrian: Yes, and you motorists drive around just i if you owned your autos. Appliance Repairs We Repair All Makes of WASHING MACHINES -- VACUUM CLEANERS -- FANS TOASTERS - WAFFLE IRONS -- PERCOLATORS -- IRONS And All Other Household Electrical Appliances Bring Us Your Appliance for Quicker Service ACE APPLIANCE CO. 4703 S. Main Hadley 6049 OUR GV1ARMttw- ALL lAEA^ WE GtLL WE VJt 9^^°- OViUV^ PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR TURKEYS NOW CALVES LIVER GROUND VEAL BOLOGNA OR WEINERS Lb. Lb. Lb. 49* 23* 29* FISH AND POULTRY # JONES BROS. dfia <?fooc(~fycVl6£(- 6204 BELAIRE B...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 November 1945

November 8, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Paving Assured For Village Shopping Center Early paving of all streets in The Village was assured Friday when it was announced at a meet- ing of The Village Association that petitions have been signed by more than half of the property owners. Streets to be paved include Kel- vin, Morningside, Amherst, Times and Bolsover. The meeting was held at the Uni- versity State Bank, where A. E. Olson, chairman of the planning committee, advised that signing of the paving petition was still going on and that it would be presented to the Houston city council soon. Mr. Olson also reported that bids are being accepted by Houston on the first phase of the $1,000,000 drainage program, which includes drainage of The Village prepara- tory to paving. L. Goldston, president of the as- sociation, led a discussion which points to the possibility of an early garbage, trash and paper pickup service for the merchants in the area. Gratification was expressed by all...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 8 November 1945

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 8, 1945 .. Poultry Specials.. Fryers u,45c HENS i 43c Turkeys KU 55c Ducks KU 47c PURE APPLE JELLY 10c HUNT'S FINE QUALITY TOMATO SAUCE Buffet r_ Can )C B. & M. NEW ENGLAND BAKED BEANS r- i7c ^ top m QUALITY If V-*""' If iea GRADE "A" QUALITY Save! Buy These Specials Thursday - Friday - Saturday Ivory Snow DREFT Choice Large Box 23c MAINE AMERICAN SARDINES 3«-19c BAKED IN OUR MODERN NEW PLANT FRENCH PASTRY —FRUIT TARTS —NAPOLEONS —ECLAIRS —CREAM PUFFS CHOICE 15c CARNATION—PET—BORDEN Milk 3 sl 25c Crisco 24c QUAKER MEAL OR GRITS 3 25c Clorox 15c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 2 15c COFFEE FOLGERS s 30c Oven Roast u 26c GRADE "A" VEAL QUALITY Round Steak u 37c FRESHLY SLICED Calf Livei u 59c GRADE "AA" ROLLED BONELESS Lamb Roast u 39c ASSORTED SLICED COLD CUTS 29c FLOTILL Peaches x.2K25c SUNSWEET Prane Juice £si23c DUFF GINGER BREAD NIX -19c SWIFT'S OLEOMARGARINE Allsweet 24c SWIFT'S Prem CaiP2' 32c 5W on pRotweei ET TOKAY Grapes 2,,., 25c FLAMING RED S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

eJtefoi /4*nes PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 8 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 15, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Taylor Triplets, On Second Birthday, "Just Kids" When It Comes To Cake The Taylor triplets of 6001 Fordham, who celebrated their second birthday last Friday, are shown as they got ready to go to work on their individual birthday cakes, each with its two candles. Left to right, they are Robert, Kay Beth and Jo Ann. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Taylor. Ever wash, dry and fold 18 dozen diapers in a day? It's no trick at all and only what is to be expected now and then if you have triplets, says Mrs. Joseph C. Taylor of 6001 Ford- ham. The Taylor triplets celebrated their second birthday Friday with three individual cakes, each with its own two candles, to mark the occasion. While they are fast growing out of the diaper stage, t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 15, 1945 'Ames 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 Rates On Request 2510 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 15, 1945 Beautification Program Is Worthwhile All residents of West University Place should rally 'round the program of the West University Garden Club to beautify this community. It is obvious to all of us who live here that we lack the natural advantages of rolling terrain, existing shade trees and other beauty assets. However, with the adoption of a sensible program, together with the head start we have with outstan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

November 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 Methodist Church Cub Pack To Make Awards Tomorrow Cub Pack 266, sponsored by the Men's Fellowship Club of the West University Methodist Church, will hold its regular meeting Friday evening at 7:30 in the church, ac- cording to A. B. Shepherd, chair- man of the pack committee. The theme of the meeting will be a circus, with each of the six dens putting on acts ranging from "wild animals" to caterpillars. Mrs. W. M. Tinsley, den mother, reports that den number 5 will sell refreshments, raffle a cake and conduct a fish pond. The proceeds will be used to buy tools for handi- craft work for that den. G. H. Swanzey, cubmaster, says that the following boy scouts have assumed the responsibility of serv- ing as den chiefs: Floyd Woodard, Ben Brewer, Gordon Rindflish, Robert Arnold, Dick Thomas and George Ladd. The following awards will be pre- sented: Bob Cats, Jackie McCune, Don Harrigan, Sammy Cunning- ham, Phillip Cox, Curtis Dahl, Donald Woodsm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 15, 1945 Baptist Women's Group To Hold Meet Tuesday The foreign mission book, "From Victory Unto Victory," will be re- viewed by Mrs. Ray V. Mayfield at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the West Uni- versity Baptist Church for the Women's Missionary Society of the church. Church members and friends are invited to come and to bring their lunch, Mrs. L. B. Rowsey, president, said. WOLF'S WEEKLY SPECIAL BEAUTIFUL BRAESWOOD A roomy, well-planned home with bedroomn, glazed sleeping porch, ir storage room, 2 tiled baths, iwnstairs includes 2-1-foot living urn. glazed porch, powder room, ice $19,500. LET US SELL YOUR REAL ESTATE We have operated for nearly twenty years exclusively in the SoiflhwcBt Section and are thoroughfy familiar with property values, are members of the National. State and Houston Real Estate Boards, experienced and reliable. 7 Courteous Salesmen WE GET RESULTS! Jno. E. Wolf Realty Co. K. 3-5528 L. 5255 Triplets Celebrate Birthday- (Continued from ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

November 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page Condit School Converts Waste Paper Into Books Mrs. Fred Teas, volunteer librarian for the Condit Elementary School in Bellaire, and Glen Apffel are shown in the upper photo sort- ing and tying waste paper which will be sold to raise money for new books. Below, pupils check out books for week-end reading. They are (left to right): Robert Calvert, Kay Pavlovich, Mrs. O. E. lloese, assistant librarian, Patsy Matheny and Carolyn Trousdale. Civic Clubs— (Continued from Page 1) resolution previously passed by Jhe Southgate Civic Club. Devereaux Henderson of 2208 Goldsmith, who organized the Southgate Civic Club in 1941 and A Fine Selection of GIFT ITEMS DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY AT KELLY'S VARIETY & Hardware Store Opposite BcIIiiire Post Office M. 2-0191 was its first president, is taking the initiative in forming the Asso- ciated Civic Club South of Buffalo Bayou. He has called a meeting of 15 leaders to be held in his office, 305 Stat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 15, 1945 Slanting The SPORTS With BURT RULE On the Southwestern high school front the situation is getting worse and maybe "worser." Lamar was knocked off by St. Thomas, and San Jacinto made the poorest showing against woefully weak Sam Houston of any of the other schools in the district. In the case of Lamar several of the Redskins' key men were either incapacitated or slowed down when they met the Toms. Perhaps that is being a bit unfair to the boys of the Catholic school because they gave every evidence of being fired up for this game and might have beaten Lamar regardless. Rice Improves Steadily ! Again Rice brightened an other- wise drab picture, this time with a convincing victory over Arkansas. It looks like each week the Owls demonstrate a better precision in their ground attack which is paying dividends in a big way. Against the massive Razorback forward wall the Owl ball carriers advanced a net total of 346 yards despite a penalty total t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

November 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Paga 7 Merrill Home Scene Of Wedding Friday The home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Merrill at 3766 Plumb was the scene of the wedding Friday after- noon of Miss Joyce Christian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Christian, and Andrew M. Burns, son of Mrs. Grace Burns. Rev. Ray V. Mayfield read the marriage lines in front of the mantel banked with white chrysanthemums. The vride wore a grey suit with kelly green accessories and an or- chid corsage. Her only attendant was her sister, Miss Elizabeth Christian. The groom was attended by Mr. Merrill. Assisting in serving were Mes- dames Frank Akin, Burton Young, John R. Graham, Jr., Doyle Hub- bard, Myra Ames and Kathryn Williamson. List Your Property With Us We guarantee action and the highest prices, along with 21 years of experience. E. L. PIEHL Fairfax 0054 Thanksgiving Specials TABLE WINES SPARKLING BURGUNDIES CHAMPAGNES At Rciluccd Prices A LARGE SELECTION OF CHOICE WHISKIES BISSONNET LIQUOR STORE 1725 Bis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 15, 1945 Priscilla Lane Plays Trick On Gary Grant While Film Is Made As if there weren't already enough devilment in "Arsenic and Old Lace," Priscilla Lane, who plays opposite Cary Grant in the Warner Bros, picture today at the Village Theatre, added a trick or _two of her own to the script during the film's production. At one point the script called for Priscilla and Cary to play a catch- and-kiss love scene in a cemetery. Under Frank Capra's guidance, Priscilla dashed behind one head- stone, then another, as Cary chased and finally caught her. The chase proceeded as sched- ENGINEERING & SUPPLY CO., Inc. uled, with Cary finally overtaking Priscilla in front of an especially large headstone, when he prepared to administer eager kisses. Instead of kissing her as directed, however, Cary let out a great howl and Priscilla burst into laughter. Here's why: Priscilla had arranged with the prop man to paint the name "Archi- bald Leach" on the headston...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

November 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 « • « • P «• # • From the Fabulous SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY Where Spanish Dons and Monks First Made Fine Wines CAMEO V1EYARDS Is AGAIN Producing by the same original, pains- taking methods, a line of fine Wines. NOW ONLY 1,29 FULL FIFTH Ail 20%, Regular §1.62 Madeira — Tawny Port Pale Dry Sherry Muscatel HARWOOD'S IMPORTED FROM CANADA. A SUPERB WHISKEY 90.4 Proof 5.98 CRESTA BLANCA 3.45 CHAMPAGNE or SPARKLING BURGUNDY NATURAL FERMENTATION Dry Imperatoi 3.98 NEW YORK STATE CHAMPAGNE BRUT RONRICO 86 Proof BACARDI 89 Proof AMBER—PLATA CHOICE 3.75 Know What You Drink—Drink What You Know Heublein's Club Cocktails 3.79 MARTINI MANHATTAN SIDE CAR OLD-FASHIONED FIFTH HJUNJT1PI 0i/er f/eS&arJ NOT 80.6 PROOF NOT 86 PROOF BUT FULLY 92 PROOF A Truly Superior Whiskey with a DELIGHTFUL AROMA and a Body Not Too Light or Too Heavy A BETTER BLEND FOR BETTER DRINKS! Old Thompson >of 2.25 86.8 Proof PINT Blended in Kentucky by Glen- more—It is Mild, Smooth ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 15, 1945 Plant Exchange Set For Tomorrow By Garden Club A plant exchange for all groups of the Garden Club of West Uni- versity will be held in the Com- munity House from 10 a.m. until 12 noon Friday. Mrs. Del B. Pros- peri, horticulture chairman, states that the purpose of this meeting is to effect a broader selection and greater variety of plant material Bellaire Kindergarten MRS. AGNES W. MOERS Children. Ages 3 to 6 Years 9 A. M. to 12 Noon 5216 Spruce M. 2-2598 for exchange than is possible in the neighborhood groups where plant exchanges of a more limited scope are customarily held. For instance, a member with a surplus of violets may exchange some of her plants with a member who has a large number of day- lilies, said Mrs. Prosperi. The ex- change will include perennials, seedlings, cuttings and other plant material. No charge will be made, and the exchanges will be strictly on a trade basis, Mrs. Prosperi stated. ★ ALL MAPPED OUT Joan: What...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

November 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 Related Halloween Party Held Last Weel; At Timmerman Home A postponed Halloween party came six days late and minus the Halloween decorations when group of young girls gathered at the home of Dorothy Marie Tir merman last week for an evening of fun. A buffet supper was served after which Mr. Timmerman corted the young ladies to the Shrine Circus. Those included in the group were LIFE'S LIKE THAT AVON . . . Comes to you No tiresome Shopping. Do your Christinus buying in your own home. LOVELY GIFT SETS AND COMPLETE LINE OF AVON COSMETICS Call for Appointment MRS. J. ALLAN ANDERSON 2915 Cason M. 2-1412 By Neher by betting my wife ten dollars she ' downtown empty-handed!" Edwina Blankenship, Gertrude San- del, Annie Laurie Ogilvie, Florence White, Dorothy Jean Smith, Glo- ria Whitehead and Roberta Lou Nowlin. DR. J. G. EGANHOUSE 3216 Milam Practicing OPTOMETRY THE SCIENCE OF VISION a by Appointment LET US CHECK YOUR Battery Lubrication Brake F...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 15, 1945 If an enamel pan boils dry, do not plunge it from the hot range into cold water. Let it cool first, then soak before washing. When wringer rolls begin to lose their grip, the glaze can be re- moved by roughening the rolls with HENRY'S FIXIT SHOP Don't wait to have your Gas Heaters Cleaned and Adjusted. Defective Ilose or Gas Connec- tions may cause Fire or Explosion. Expert Repairing of • HEATING PADS •VACUUM CLEANERS •TOASTERS •WAFFLE IRONS Dependable Service 6117 Kirby Drive Next to Hank coarse sandpaper. Wipe with a damp cloth. Use sandpaper with discretion, of course. When you have a bottle or jar that is difficult to open, use a lighted match. Run this quickly around the edge of the bottle or jar and it will come open immedi- ately. When dyeing wearing apparel it is a good idea to run a few lengths of thread through an inside seam. When finished, these threads may be removed to furnish an exact match if repairs are needed. With bottl...

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