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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1956

, ■ ' ,.-> . *., ■> '\;f\ '■'"■• -: v THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1956 Wtsm « ' imd - •. - < , lill I I, 71 OYffS p it If 5SH9KB^^1S1^£ Table Model 21T035 Modern design with blonde comb, grain oak finish. Matching base or stand available at slight extra cost. Model 17T2I. 17-inch Table Model Pacer. Deep-toned corbovan brown finish. Compact—only 17'/i inches deep. Light—only 47 pounds. Wide-view front. / 95 : 5 ^STOUT^ 7 Two-way interference protection —won't in- terfere with other sets. Double-shielded against outside interference. New push-pull on-off switch with "set-and- forget" volume control. Your TV comes on at previous volume setting. New long-life tubes, G-E Dynapower speaker, and area control for best picture at all signal strengths. G-E aluminized 90° picture tube for biggest 21-inch picture. Never before so many top qual- ity features at this low price. Come in today—compare picture—compare price. You'll agree—in TV your best buy is G-E! V Vi'yi.:;. a Mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1956

mm s ' ■ Wppel 05$■'**?; *■'j3s THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1956 Rev. Gene Legg Appointed Missionary Tie Rev. and Mrs. L. Gene Liigg of Mt. Pleasant were ap- pointed missionaries to Nigeria last week by the Southern Bap- tist Foreign Mission Board at its regular monthly meeting in Rich- juAud, Va. Legg has been pastor of the V\rosant Grove Baptist Church at Mt. Pleasant since December of 1953. A native of Dallas and the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Legg of Naples, he moved to Mt. Pleasant with his family at an early age. He received the bache- lor of arts degree from the Uni- versity of Tulsa and the bachelor of divinity degree from South- western Baptist Theological Sem- inary at Fort Worth. Mr. Legg told the board that while he was in college he sur- rendered his life for foreign mis- sion service. Mrs. Legg is the former Mary Leigh Anderson, a native of De- Kalb. She received the bachelor of arts degree from Baylor Uni- versity and the bachelor of sci- ence de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 August 1956

'i|||PliPW*PlIPr ^ ...... .. ..... J THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1956 PERSONAL •> I ■ - i Guests over the week end with 3Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Moore were her father, A. A. Mansier, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hibbs and David of Malvern, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith had as their guests Sunday their son and Ihis wife, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith of Huntsville. dark town COTTONS for early fall — ALL SIZES — Junior 5-15 Regular 8-20 Half-Size .. UV2-24V2 7.95 to 16.95 SUMMER DRESSES — 1-2 to 1-3 off — S 6- S Shop SHOP STOP SAVE Mr. and Mrs. Pat Smith were liosts for dinner Friday to mem- bers of the Tru-Tone and Stamps quartets and their families from Dallas. The quartets sang at the festival Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Boozer of Prichard, Ala. are visiting with Mrs. C. E. Boozer and boys and with other relatives in Omaha. Mrs. Donald Watkins and chil- dren returned to their home at Dallas Tuesday night after visit- ing several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gamble. Miss...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1956

I m f SITUATION NOT BAD ENOUGH VOLUME 71 Sr-' ' % aplzB NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEXV FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1956 Drouth Aid Turned Down Again; Appeal To Senator Morris county has been turned i measure up to the minimum stan- down for the second time on a re-' dards. quest for drouth assistance but got encouragement • this week in an appeal to the office of Senator Lyndon Johnson. R. J. Dean, county agricultural agent, said Monday a second re- quest was turned down because the county did not meet minimum, standards. The state drouth com- mittee however, left the way open for a third appeal for relief. Following the second refusal, William A Connor of Daingerfield sent a teiejram to the office of Senator Johnson, asking his help in getting the county made eligi- ble for aid. Arthur C. Perry, administrative aid to the senator, answered the telegram. His message to Connor was: "In absence of Senator John- son am urging favorable consid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1956

NAPLES MONITOR ■ FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1956 Social Security Is Expanded Cash social security benefits for disabled workers at age 50, benefits for children 18 or over *.vho were disabled before they leached 18, and monthly benefits for women at ag$ 62 instead of 65 were added to the nation's old- age and survivors insurance pro- gram Aug. 1 when the 1956 social security amendments were signed into law by President Eisenhower. One of the most significant changes made by the amendments was the provision for payment of disability benefits at age 50 to workers who are totally disabled for substantial gainful work of any kind. Under the new law they can get monthly disability pay- ments beginning with July 1957. No applications can be accepted by social security offices before Oct. 1, 1956. I! 1 TO THE CITIZENS OF MORRIS COUNTY, TEXAS I am very grateful for the votes and support given me in the Democratic Primary on July 28. I hope to show my appre- ciation by fulfilling the duties of the o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1956

>"*V . -K;S' ■ ■ ' THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1956 I . V ' "• Js ^ Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint The Vacation Bible School at the Methodist Church will be held this week from 4 to 6 p.m. All the childi-en are urged to be pres- ent. Miss Susie Robertson will be Dean of School. Our best wishes for a wonderful week. Members of Ever Ready Sunday School class held their monthly social at the home of Miss Susie Robertson on Thursday evening at 8 p.m. Mrs. Arthur Newlin and Mrs. Dewitt McCall were hostess- es. About 35 members and friends met in the grove for a very lovely evening. Members of adult Sun- day school class here and at Union Chapel and members of the adult class of the Baptist Church were invited to attend. We enjoyed the devotionals given by Mrs. New- lin and Miss Susie and the deli- cious watermelons, cantaloupes, peaches and grapes. Games were enjoyed between the visiting pe- for your Clothes EXPERT DRY CLEANING Our expert cleaning process dry cleaning get...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1956 igaykr By Sue Knighton Mx-. and Mrs. Boots Heard vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eaton Sunday. Leo Nelson of Houston visited one day last week with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carlisle and Mar- celle visited Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bell Sunday. Mrs. Perry Tuck underwent surgery at the Naples Hospital last Wednesday. We hope for her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shank- les were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Shankles. Week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kingston were Mr. and Chevis Cromer and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kingston, Lois and Don, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. No- ble, Becky and Larry, all of Dal- las, Mrs. Russ Morgan and sons, Dennis, Ronnie and Donald of Salt Lake City, Utah, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- gene Durham of DeKalb, Mr. J. A. Kingston of Texarkana, and Mrs. Ray Allen of Denver, Colo. His mother, Mrs. L. L. Kingston and Treva Durham of Dallas also vis- ited them. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kingston were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hamp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1956

■ *'v\/- • THE NAPLES MONITOR J' . ^'•iy*.'jj'yA\: .'- . V-- ^.7. i,' i '". X sjj.'.'rs Barbacue Hot Tamales To take out or eat here. Plate Inches. Chicken, fried or barbe- sd, half for 85 cents. Also sold bj- the pound. Plenty' of cold drinks. Sandwiches. Hot tamales every Friday and Saturday. Hazel Hiner. 39-c DON'T SCRATCH THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES. If not pleased, your 40c back at any jdrug store. Try instant-drying ITCH- ME-NOT at any time of duy or night iworm. foot itch and other Today at to KILL germs ON CONTACT. Fino for ringw itches. eczema, surface Wyninegar Pharmacy NEED A RUBBER STAMP? We £an order it for you. Five day service. The Monitor. 36 Months to Pay No Money Down FHA Financing THOMPSON FURNITURE CO. Pishing Season Is Here Large red wriggler fishing worms and night crawlers. Daniells Feed Store. 45-tc Dr. I. M. Watson OPTOMETRIST NAPLES OFFICE OPEN Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday DEKALB OFFICE OPEN Thursday - Friday - Saturday =SP35=C=5 5aS=SMHMC3=SWJ=33J=5KS: F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1956

nn Vrm- Wm ' . - v THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1956 Cornett l.r, r ■V ^ By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at the regular hour of 10:30. There was a good attendance. The revival got underway Sunday night with the pastor, the Rev. James Knight, doing the preaching. If you have not heard the Rev. Knight, attend the revival and help swell the «cjowd day or night. Miss Myra Nell Hall was home from East Texas State Teachers 'College over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Wells and Children visited Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Adams of Longview Saturday. Miss Mary Catherine Hampton has lost her parakeet. It ilew from her door last week. It is a gift from a friend. If anyone finds the bird, please contact Mary Cather- ine, or her parents, the C. B. Hamptons. Mrs. Bera Grant was employed as a nurse last week at the state nursing home in Hughes Springs. Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Wheat and three children of Cooper, Texas have rented a house of Miss Daisy REDDY KILOWATT Money from all of th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1956

Marietta , , $ UNION wsiwi ' ^'r;s ■rm ■?#Sp • 'Mt Mrs. R. L. Harris training Union Revival is in Fogress this week. Miss Hamilton is spending the week here to con- duct this revival and is being as- sisted by local members who have charge of various age groups. The children are meeting each morn- ^^and there are classes each evc- pHg at 7:30 for all age groups. "A Wommack family reunion is being planned for Sunday, Aug. 19 at the Marietta school. All Wommacks and their descendants are invited to come and bring their families. Letters have been sent to as many names and ad- dresses as could be secured. Those who attend will bring picnic lun- ches. j The W. E. Robinsons had as their guests for a recent week end Sgt. and Mrs. Winfred Robinson Jr. and family of San Antonio and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dawson and daughters of Garland. Mrs. R. L. Harris spent several days last week in Canton with her mother. Mrs. Harold Harty and daugh- ters of Port Neches visited in the W. A. Harty home a few ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 August 1956

ilil "■ i W' THE NAPLES MONITOR Billy Joe Hampton of Dallas spent the week end with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hampton. Miss Betty Garrett of Greenville was a guest over the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garrett. !' v "V • i J | T ** ■■■;■: ' --:v ■ ■ • ■-X' V; < •• • JJ %■ >, . . jsv- ■ " .. • -_.skas FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1956 PERSONAL Nita Ballard spent last wetK at Henderson as a guest of Mrs. Nita Lowery, Mary Tom and Mona Peyton. FOR 3 DAYS Thurs. — Fri. — Sat. SAVINGS Mrs. Gerald McMichael and Jer- ry Ray of Daingerfield were vis- itors in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Moore Sr. were guests over the week end with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Moore Jr. at Carthage. SUMMER COTTON DRESSES - / % Peter Pan Strapless Bras Originally $5.00 NOW $2.50 Peter Pan Merry-Go-Round Originally $3.00 NOW $1.50 CHILDREN'S DRESSES 1 to 14 year COSTUME JEWELRY — 3 DAYS ONLY S S Shop SHOP STOP SAVE Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Robison of Daingerfield visi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1956

;*•'. • ""T m iMI * pan ; ***; iy*..., „ V"' m I I I i (tin* ^Xaplfs Monitor NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 VOLUME 71 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1956 NUMBER 3 Lightning Disrupts Power An electrical and wind storm hit the Omaha area early Wednes- day, evening and lightning knock- ed out the electrical power for a while. Lightning struck a Southwest- ern Gas and Electrical company pole about two miles west of Na- ples about 6:30 p.m. and power along the line from Gilmer was disrupted for about 30 minutes. Power company crews switched to the Daingerfield system and restored power but emergency crews continued until Thursday morning in their efforts to get the main line back into operation. The pole struck by lightning supported a line carrying 33,000 volts. The line was knocked down and the pole shattered between Naples and Omaha. Another short interruption in power came about midnight when crews switched back from the Daingerfield line to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1956

Mr? Wss 38mm *W-' Ipl' "':- THE NAPLES MONITOR 'I FRIDAY, AUGUST, 17, 1956 't 1 ' X Nominess For Ag Committees Are Chosen _ Candidates for community com-1 mitteemen of the Agricultural | Stabilization and Conservation Committee have been named for the three divisions in Morris coun- ty- Ten persons were nominated from each of the divisions of the county and three from each sec- tion will be elected to the commit- tee. The election will be held on Sept. 19. All farmers and their wives who own or operate a farm in Morris county are eligible to vote in the election. 4 The nominees from "A" com- munity, north of highway 67, are Homer Cole, Arthur Gray, H. H. Boozer, J. R. Moore, S. T. Smith. Walter Barrier, R. D. Bearden. Hugh Whitecotton, R. G. Moore and W. S. Eaton. Nominees from "B" community, south of highway 67 and north of the Mt. Pleasant and Hughes Springs road at Daingerfield, are Hospital Records Admitted Nancy Jean Lewis of Hughes Springs, medical, dismissed. Marilyn Lewis, H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1956

"'v: v ""'T , THE NAPLES MONITOR Douglassville By Mrs. B. W. Swint We are patiently waiting for that rain that is so badly needed at this time. The nice breeze helps some. The Vacation Bible School clos- ed this Sunday evening with a nice program at the Methodist Church. The Rev. Knight filled his pul- pit here Sunday morning. He will begin a revival at Union Chapel this Monday to continue all the week. He will hold a revival here beginning on the 19th and con- tinuing all the next week. You are invited to attend these services. Mr. and Mrs. Berry Morris of Van Horn visited relatives and friends here and their daughter, Mrs. J. C. Stanley of Queen City last week.v They returned home Saturday morning. The children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Morris met at the Mor- II 11 11 11 «i 11 11 Slack All Summer SLACKS REDUCED Brock and Mills riss home Thursday evening for a picnic in the yard. Several grand- children and great grandchildren were absent. There w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1956

-p, JP f$g§BR|$ THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST, IT 1956 •? 9 Cornett ■ ffP I 5 By Miss Daisy Heard The Revival has been a grand success spiritually. Thare have been fine day services. The at- tendance has been good both day and night. The following came into the church by profession of faith, Sammy Ray Golden and Joyce Ann Golden by transfer of letter. Remember to keep up the spirit and attend church everyone. Miss Carral Whatley of Atlanta, niece of Mrs. Donald Betts has been visiting in her home this "week. The Rev. James Knight had lunch with the Bob Wommacks Sunday. Mr. Homer Eitel of DeKalb vis- ited his step-sister, Miss Sarah Eitel Sunday afternoon. Sonny Golden and Wayne Well- born went to Tyler this week to hear the Rev. Oral Roberts, an evangelist conducting a big tent service. The L. 0. Wheat family have 4 children. Two will enroll in the Cornett elementary school in Sept. Last week there was an error. It was reported there were only three children in the family. Two c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1956

\Aom your County Extension Agent; "Tex.a.1. gjt£,At. (j?oLUge tlxtenlion. ^>e*uice 3y R. J. Dean lK C. Carothers, Texas State Ad- ministrative officer, notified the A.SC office Monday, Aug. 13, '.hat Morris county had been designat- ed as a disaster area and is eligi- ble for emergency feed grain. Ap- plication forms and instructions m K'i p ! m i . * I m OUR TERMS P.S. If you AREN'T handy with tooli, w«'ll ido the whole job for you on truly t«y ttrmi ... nothing down Did It Myself! Paneling Is A Cinch For The Man Handy With Toois I used Quality Southern Pine .. . used white paint and wiped it before it dried. First time "The Boss" really ap- preciated my do-it-yourself efforts. The trick is to get the RIGHT paneling.' Be sure yours comes from the best of the big mills. Look for the SPIB mark on the end of each piece. It will show you the true grade ... but the im- portant thing is the numbers 77 or 78 . . . they tell you that your paneling came from the Southern Pine Lumber Co. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 August 1956

THE NAPLES MONITOR FRIDAY, AUGUST, 17, 1956 PERSONAL J. E. and W. C. Sullivan went to Glen Rose Sunday to bring Mrs. J. E. Sullivan home. She has been receiving treatments at Milling ■ sanitarium for the past two weeks. Enroute home they visited Mrs. Bernice Clark at Dallas. ————— Dr. and Mrs. Fred Watson of Ft. Worth were guests Saturday night and Sunday with his par- ' ents, Dr. and Mrs. I. M. Watson. Becky Jones of Greenville was a week end guest of Paula Jean Wyninegar. Mrs. Jerry Granger and chil- dren spent last week at Hemphill with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Thompson. US Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heard and children visited over the week end at Texas City and Galveston. Back-T o-Schooi ; \ for morning classes Dark Cotton Check 7.95 and 8.95 m&kf FOR FOOTBALL ENTRANCE WOOL TWEED SUITS 19.95 - 24.95 Come In and See Our New Fail Merchandise SHOP STOP SAVE S6- S Shop Sunday afternoon visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Frank'in and children were ,her parents, Mr. Pleasant. Mrs. Gl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 August 1956

-v omtnr ■ :M NAPLES OLDEST BUSINESS INSTITUTION — ESTABLISHED IN 1886 V VOLUME 71 NAPLES, MORRIS COUNTY, TEX., FRIDAY, AUG. 24, 1956 NUMBER 4 FIRST GAME SEPTEMBER 7 Grid Workouts Start Monday The head-knocking starts Mon- day for candidates for the Pewitt Brahma football team. Coaches Fielding Huddleston, Alford Brian and Wayne Hucka- bee will start putting the boys through the training paces at 8 a.m. Monday. That's the time the actual workout will start. Head Coach Huddleston said all of the candidates should pick up their equipment and be ready to go at 8 a.m. Similar sessions will be held at the same time every day until the start of school the following week. The squad will have less than two weeks to get ready for the first game of the season. The team is to play New Boston here on Sept. 7 in a non-conference game. The junior boys will begin- their workouts next Wednesday under the direction of Coach Huckabee. The juniors will be issued the equipment at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Coach ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 August 1956

mn ' ' : J THE NAPLES MONITOR week ONLY HAMPTON'S COLUMN We have a good supply of lumber and for one week will sell ECONOMY grade 2x4's and 2x6's FIR REGULAR $8.50 for $6.50 per C UTILITY grade 2x4's and 2x6's FIR i •* REGULAR $11.00 for $9.50 per C It's a good time to do all of those repairs you have been putting off while you can take advantage of these bargains. FRIDAY, AUG. 24, 1956 Episcopal Mission Organized Here An Episcopal Mission Station has been formed here and two services a week will be held. A worship service will be held each Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Wise until a time and place for Sunday services can be arranged. An in- quirer's class of instruction will be held at 8 p.m. each Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Narramore. The Rev. George Acker of Mt. Pleasant will conduct the worship services and the inquirer's class. College Girls Give WEVSU Program College girls of the Baptist Church presented the WMU pro- gram Monday. The subjec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 August 1956

V FRIDAY, AUG. 24, 1956 THF NAPLES MONITOR Marietta r p : ■ i By Mrs. R. L. Harris More than 250 people from sev- eral states attended the Wom- mack reunion Sunday at the Ma- rietta school. All the Wommack families and their descendants had received notice of the meet- ing. A delicious meal was served from large tables heavily loaded with good food. There was plenty of tea, coffee, and ice water for all. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Chism of Daingerfield took pictures of the group. Many families also brought along cameras and made pictures. After lunch Kermit Wommack presided over a meeting in which it was decided to make this an annual affair. Miss Jeane Wom- mack of Atlanta was named cor- responding secretary. . This was a joint celebration for Mr. Wiley Wommack, who also celebrated his birthday. A large and beautifully decorated birth- day cake was provided by his children, all of whom were pres- ent. Many families in the community had week end guests in their homes. Mrs. Roy Franklin, Mrs...

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