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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

Verdie Banks Grocery Market i 11 !l! I W South- western Electric Service Company Check Your Horsepower Manning Grocery Rusk, Texas Smart Shop Exclusive Ladies Ready to Wear or. the west side of the Square Rusk, Texas Hiway North Rusk, Texas Rusk, Texas South Texas Producers Association Rusk, Texas Stover's Cafe Best Food Always Tasty Pies At the Red Light & Hiway 69 Rusk, Texas Stewart's Boot & Saddle Shop Rusk, Texas Cartlidge Drug Prescription Service Fountain Drink*. Cameras & Supplies North Side of Square Rusk, Texas Elect Your Favorite Lion OF RUSK AND CHEROKEE COUNTY i -"-x? m BILL SHARBROUGH IKE DANIEL '■ 0! YOU CAN WIN BIG PRIZES TOO CONTEST RULES 1. Anyone can enter by filling out the ballot below, and either mailing or bringing it by The Cherokeean office in Rusk. 2. Total of 25 prizes will be given those who vote for their favorite Lion to be "Mr. Alley Oop." Grand priie will be a radio. 3. The winning Lior. will be crowned "Mr. Alley Oop" Saturday, August 13t...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAOS SIGHT AUGUST 4, 1WO Vet Survivors STATE CAPITAL NEWS Agencies, Colleges Ask For More Money By V*rn Sanford parks than Rhode Island He cited Ttm Pr*tt Auociitiw fi.:ur showin:! that T *xa- would AUSTIN, TEX.—About a dozen Ret $«1,000,000 a year more in state agencies thus far have pre - tax revenue if each out of-s-tate GAME AND VWi — Game and Fish Commission . asking for t what it calls a status quo" budget, RCCGIVG ■ I TSt" .except for salary rai*. for some pensjon Checks of its (op technical personnel Several hundred widows and Commission is asking for $12, chl|dren rjw(.avyl veterans of 034,645 f<-r the corning two year World War II and the Korean Con- period compared to $11.393,631 for fljet received their first pension the pre ./-fit bi'-nniiim cheek > from th< Veterans Admin- Executive Director Howard Dod ls,r',10n "n August ¡ in the state on - visitor stayed more day, GENERAL I«AND OITUK A bigger budget is asked by the General I-and Office and Vet...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper... Local News * Classifieds * Editorials STREET BEAT GROCERY BREAK-INS Teenage Burglars Arrested Dr. D. G. McDONALD has boon named a member of the credentials committee of the Texas Stale Chir- opractic Association . Sergeant GERALD E. GRAY attained the Expert Infantry Badge while he was undergoing two-weeks active duty training at North Fort Hood Jacksonville police arrested four with the local National Guard Unit. youths for the burglary of A contract for the construction Peters' Drive-In Grocery last week, of two new dormitories at Stephen Th,'> recovered 29 cartons of cig- j F. Austin State College was award- arettes when they apprehended the ed last week. The construction in- jouths. ihides one dormitory for men and The four boys ail between 15 one for women and each will take and 16 years old, are accused of care of 104 students. The cost will breaking into the grocery store on be $617,688 . . ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

THF. CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO AUGUST 4, 1960 LOOKING AHEAD GOP Keynoter Puts County First By Or. Geo. Benson Pnnidtn —National Education Progrém Congressman Walter H Judd. of Minnesota is giving our nation the kind of leadership service that any nation must have to progress, and remain free nd his integrity demand that hn words and his actions in Congress and a-> a citizen ba e<l on sound principle , no matter what rhe resul'.s may be p<>litirally His 18 ¡ears in Congress are proof enough that a majority of the Am He doesn't think frican people, first about being popular with the electorate back home Hit courage THE BASS ARE BITING At Lake Jacksonville Boats and Motors For Rent Fishing Permits Live Bait Fishing Tackle Dining Room Open 11:00 A M. to 9:30 PM SER VINO: - L FISH CHICKEN STEAK DINNERS 5*ndwiche% and Snacks Starkey's Cherokee Pines Lake Jacksonville Concesiion when given a clear choice, respect arid affirm sound basic principles In an address dedicating the i Citiz...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

Central Baptist Circles LOCKARD CIRCLE Mr- W. S. Wiseman, 419 Neches, uvi> hostess Monday afternoon for Mary Sue Lockard Circle with \ members and one visitor pre- >e!lt. Mrs Will Fuller brought the liible study from "Our Missions Study Book." The meeting was dosed with a prayer. SAUNDERS CIRCLE The Letha Saunders Circle did not meet Tuesday, August 2, be- cause of Mrs. Wallace Crain's i death WATSON CIRCLE Mrs. Roland Adams, 1111 Deat on, was hostess Tuesday morning fi>r the Watson Circle of the Wo- man's Missionary Union of Cen- tral Baptist Church with nine members present Mrs G. L. Evans read the pray- er calendar and led prayer for missions. Roll call was answered with a verse of scripture. The Bible study was taken from the book. "His Message, Our Mis- sion." The closing prayer was led by Mrs. Sam Lusk. At the business meeting Mrs. Now Open For The Installed A New Diving Board LOOKOUT SWIMMING POOL North of Jacksonville Wilson Folden, Mrs. Morris Burt, and Mrs. Arlis ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE FOUR AUGUST 4. 1W0 Chicken Potato Pic Is Oood bating W Many homemakfr* favor cftumtT&U? 'IihIh-h aw lu /irt / main < '''if * * for BUtnmer meals becauae the prfj'fufition nin I*- hiiridlifJ during the cool morning h<jrurn and then uiked j<i«t Ix-fore ciifin'-r ¡ or (ZAinplf, our Chirksn Potato Píf m meal in /i diah /u.'l «II that in needed for a ftatiafymg family <linn<*r menu ím the ndditinri of i crisp green salad, breadatickn or ( rusty I* re/u h bread, dennert iind iced tea or coffee. No potntoea to peel. lx il and m/iwh f< r th'- pi'' toppinj; I' '.a/tt. whipped potato flakes are transformed magically into d<h<nm* limp-free whipped j**Uitr>f*H literally in instant41 frintant wjhip j>od potatoes are an excellent pantry shelf > f all tirru's of fh** war, csMpecially handy during the -siirnmer I* < an of the r.mc and con- venience of theae "flavor flak - 1 liirkrn f'ot win 1'ir t Make# 1 scrvin: • ) l i* .upoon Halt 1 t l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

Mien,mm P 0 > ¡ce it ¡¿al«" 'Koiuui . . Town ilk ffloundaiout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgatharing facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18Á7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy E. B. GERMANY, the steel man, - went to the Democratic convention. VOLUME 113 He was a delegate, but he still calls it a disgusting, degrading mess. (We delete some of his more apropos epithets.) MR. GERMANY got the steam- roller treatment, too, he said. But it didn't squash out his convictions. He still owns up to them. "At this moment, my conscience is in revolt i and my convictions just don't square with the Democratic plat- form," he wrote in his weekly column, THE WAY I SEE IT. HE MAKES THE point that his is not a sour grapes reaction. The Texas delegation went to the Los Angeles convention pledged to sup- port the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN AGi TWO f ing with relatives or in some form for the elderly with minimum in AUGUST 11 I960 oi eon<rpCate living Many elder come ' ly women, however, prefer living State wide, the report shows with relatives there were 324 establishments No grfat construction boon for with a total of 0192 Ix-'ls in Texas individual email homes for the which were licensed by the State elderly for either sale or rent was iff th department to operate as foriv./st mainly because home builders seemed to consider the market limited A wjitirii; list of 500 was re I 'in"d f <r S.in Antonio's recently nursiri.; home- Another 285 Homes Aiih SO 15 beds w< re licens "(j to ojx-raie as custodial or at tendant care homes. Alwi State wide it was estimat completed public housing 1 85- ed th.it about 50 percent of exist unr. proje. t detained specifically úig buildings inspected cannot qualify for license under mini- mum sanitation and safety stan- dards The report attributes this to prohibit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

A'JGUST THE CHEROKEEAN ''¿O PAGE THREE ■at" Maydelle |Notes 86th News Birthday August 7th bv W- '¡NIG CONNER i News has been received here of the illness of Mrs. Anna Belle Sherman in Houston She has un- dergone surgery in a Houston hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Woodall of Arp and his sisters, Mrs Vada Walker of Dallas and Mrs Viola Granberry of Van visited friends here Thursday. Mr Tid Newman attended the funeral of his nephew, Floyd New- man of Campbell Tuesday Mr. Everett Sherman and Mrs. Alta Mae Roten of Rusk went to Houston Sunday to visit their mother, Mrs. Anna B. Sherman, who is sick in a hospital there. Mesdames Retilla Ball and Hazel Sherman were business visitors in Crockett Tuesday. Jim Charles Guggs of Rusk was buried in the Pleasant Grove Cem- etery Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs J. 1,. liritton and sun, Marvin, and family of Jack- sonville attended the Woodall Re- union in Huntsville last Sunday. Kev. Freddy and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mis. Stel- la Hasse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

, PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 11, 1960 DI AL PURPOSE fallout h«-lter and rarport-pallo U hown under con*tr>irtlon at the farm of John Holdi-n afar Hickory Corner . Mich. Ttw *h«lti-r, to be used a Lao for food atoracr, coil 11,240. With the carport and patio now beln* added, the co«t toUIed |2,JM. Holden'a family of three, and Hcht neighbor , fare the ahel- ter a realistic workout recently when a fimall tornado struck near- br An entrance to the shelter Is In the forerround. (OCDM f'hotoi mm msm "Cantaloup© on thf ii ris intriguing jih it K/vumlH C; li íornui miri.HumtmT («inf-iloupi*, chiller! un'J filk*l wit) iHljwl can Homrné. make* un fx< «tin# aiicj r -fr«'shin# combination for nt.irnrnr*r eating S< rvc it citítcr a« it first courw> for dinniT or it# a low < aforio naiad for the lacJifM." I h«* uur cream topping 14 opfionul for those who Jikf! Hour cream, it arlrla /1 gourmet touch Klcgurit aa thia looks, /t takes only a f#'w minut* i to prepare. ( arilaloii| r ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

ry THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 11, 1960 PACE 5 Peachy Summer Eating On really hot days, make supper an easy sandwich meal, broiling r* on the buns. Thin patties cook without turning No difficult scouring job on the broiler pan! Strips of cheese across and chopped mint, sparingly with sugar, are perfect for eating with hamburgers, and they both cook happily in the same pan. Canned clings hold their shape when heated ... and the heat brings out their summery fragrance and flavor. Eat the burgers open-faced style, but count on two to a customer! Broiled Burgrra and Prorlin Drain 8 canned cling peach halves. Sprinkle generously with lemon juice and chopped mint, lightly with sugar. Mix together 1 pound ground lean beef, 1 teaspoon salt, ¡/¿ teaspoon each pow- dered onion and chili powder. 'teaspoon black pepper. Split \ hamburger buns in iialf and toast under broiler. Spread with butter arul prepared mustard, then spread bee! evenly over buns, covering edges we". I his makes a thin covering b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

PAGE i THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST II, I960 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE Small. eontle kid pony L. N. Boils, Rusk 14 c 9 0 INTERESTING FACTS Leonwdo da Vinci, the artist, invented the wheelbarrow Peter Minuit purchased Man- hattan l.«land from the Indiana ¡>\f Federo' INC5 and loan USSOOATION OF RUSK Te«a íPh Mu 3-3JítS Gordon B Overall Released From The U. S. Navy SK.'J Gordon B Overall, '«¡n of Mrs Roy War<- Route 4. Rusk Texas, has recently been released from the U. S Navy aftrr serving four years of active duty Overall had four duty station.*, The USS Princeton CVS 37, The U. S. Navy Commissary Store The USS Sunnadin ATA-197, and The USS Ranger CVAfil, his last duty station, where he has just returned from six months with the Seven-, Ih t leet in the Far East Overall entered the Navy in July 1056, and completed basic training at San Diego, California Hie 23 year old sailor graduated from Dialville High School in 1956 Members of the white race have an average of 50,000 hairs on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 11, 1940 PACE SEVEN Austin STATE CAPITAL NEWS By Vern Sanford Texas Press Association AUSTIN, TEX.—How much in- come does an older person need to live decently during the retire- ment years? Governor's i.. 'owide Advisory Committee on Aying sought to dis- cover this and other information in a survey on the needs and pro- blems oí Texas' older citizens. Fur a couple, 43 per cent of Texas counties estimated the min- imum need at $1,500 to $2,000 a year Thirty-five t>er cent set the minimum at S2.000 to 52,500. For a single elderly person, 58 per cent of the counties suggested SI.000 to $1,500 as a minimum an- nual income. Twenty-four per cent nam'-d a higher figure, $1,500 to S2,000. Some 4,000 persons took part in the grass-roots, county-bv-county survey. Recommendations growing out of, their findings will be dis- cussed at a conference in Austin on September 7 and 8. Out of this will come the Texas contribution to the White House Conference on Aging next Jan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN iut it wiu cost MM (MKT AUGUST II, IMO Read The Classifieds ¡Industrial Engineer Sees Good Potential In Rusk HÜ! YA'LL COME TO THE RODEO Peachy Lime Surprise AUGUST 11-12-13 It' the 12th Annual RCA Approved Rusk Lions Club Rodeo! Compliments of BILL VINING Hanna Real Estate Agency In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Office OFFICE PHONE MU 3 4J44 RESIDENCE PHONE MU 3 4747 Home with hum; room three bedrooms, lar>:e ''ornbiri.ition din- ing room-kitchen, Rood well with pump, butane, electricity, chicken yard and house Shade trees Storm hou < flood ¡urden spot. Lot 70X280 frier $5,000. Home cm highway, living room, dining room, kitchen, ,'i bed rooms, bath, double garage, shower In parage 500 gallon butane tank, good well with pump. Inquire for price New three bedrtom brick veneer Central cooling and heating Latest model built in Frigfdairc range, electric garbage dis posal, two tiled baths, other attractive features See this [dace to appreciate its value Home, 3 rooms,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

BY GRAND 010 PARTY Texan Voices Are Heard OF AU. RODEO CRITTERS Still The Contrariest BY JOE ROSS of Rusk Delegate to Republican National Convention from Seventh Con- gressional District The Republican National Con- vention Chairman boomed over the loud speaker system, "1 now dec- lare this convention adjourned sine die." Finally my duties and responsibilities as a delegate were over Mentally I began to review the past five days Did the Texas delegation accomplish as much as it should have? Would the folks back home approve of our actions0 Were the mountains of telegrams and letters indicative of the gen- eral feeling of the less articulate citizen? I.*t us begin with Sunday, July 24th, the day I arrived in Chicago. Upon checking in a note was hand- ed to me by the hotel clerk: "Cau- cus at 6:30 P. M.—Utmost impor- tance you attend." At this caucus our chairman announced that changes were being made in sev- eral planks of our platform, changes which were totally unac- ceptable to Te...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN LOOKING AHEAD 5 "• Í PAGE TWO AUGUST 11, 1960 The Cherokeean TEXAS (TPPTSS^USSOcutioII i960 Citizenship Defaulted To Militant Minorities State Poison Control Centers Rusk Folks Helping Doctors To Save Lives toxic Tfte&nieJL.I E H. WHITEifEAD MRS E H WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Officii and Business Manager News Editor Entered «s second class matter at the posUiffice at HiKk under Act of March 3, 1879. Texas Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which ma> apptar In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected jpon being brought to the attenUoo of tha publisher SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County One Year in County Su Months Out of County One Year Out of County RATES $1.73 S3.00 $2.29 U00 ENFORCED EQUALITY By Dr. George Benton President -National Education Program As we view the menacing tent- ,i )cs of '"omrnun^t power at work • agitating turmoil between the Black anid Whi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

wm IP® ; Y ; ü % V WELCOME FANS! TO THE 12TH ANNUAL RCA APPROVED WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP RO :• -> *• ' \ r* mum k: t V. I>." /• SPONSORED BY THE LIONS CLUB OF RUSK AUGUST 11-12-13 8 P. M. NIGHTLY AT THE RODEO ARENA While You Are In Rusk, PotronizeThe Following Business Organizations. They Wi!! Be Happy To Serve You! PARKER FLORIST surra hkxmjkso.w VERDIE MAE BANKS GROCERYb MARKET SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY SOUTH TEXAS PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION SMART SHOP BEARDEN'S FURNITURE COMPANY ALEXANDER b LUSK GARAGE HANNA REAL ESTATE AGENCY RUSK MOTOR SALES your kuril 1 >ral< r 1 " . PERRY BROTHERS 5c TO $1.00 RUSK GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED ASS'N. ELLIS MANNING GROCERY ZERO FOOD LOCKERS CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY ROTEN MATERIAL COMPANY CHEROKEE THEATRE P b P DRIVE-IN GROCERY WEBB'S DRESS SHOP HARKINS GULF SERVICE STATION STOVER'S CAFE HOUSE OF BEAUTY V NORTH MAIN IN RUSK CITIZENS STATE BANK u t;st in: a i />'■< JARED'S 5c-l Oc-Sl .00 STORE SOUTHWESTERN ABSTRACT COMP...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

CHEROKEE County Horn® Demonstration Agent Irene Price Odom COUNTY FARM NEWS OX y Diff- r 20, EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY CALFNDAR SCHEDULE THor d«y, Augwtt 11 4 H Field Day at Lindale Experi- ment Station Home Visits Radio—KEBE — Jacksonville — Irene Price Odom — 11:55-12:00 KTLU Husk Ann Shell hammer—1:15-1:20 Friday, AuTUit 12 Foods and Nutrition Committee Meeting Girl's 4 H Record Books will l> cfue Home Visit* Ra dio— K EB E J a c k.vi n \ 111 e Harvel Grant • 11 55-12.00 K.">dio - KTI.t: Rusk Steve Lilly — 1:151:20 O Asiiitant County A</«nt Morris A. Bailey, Jr 4 tf record books and workshops have been the main activities around the court y • xten.sion of- fice the pas' few days We expect to have a yood i '¡nitwr of til r« cord book-- turt 1 d in th ■ >• -<f By the v. u> she de idlir. fur turn in : in rei-oft '<• - Auguit 10, 1960 As m< ■' 4 If'-r-. kn<m in order to tic • ':. > > • .r .. -I II ;•a:,f • . •< must complete and turn in a re cord bo...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches O iry) I imei ool Oi"ship Ser. rship Service ght night of :hurch astor nr. Í. ciT E :h or [O. 5 am. >.m. p.m. Mondays) iys) 7:00 ^:00 o n. m. 31. •ch r n. 0 a.m. i.m. 6:30 p.m. p.m. Church r a.m. 1 — 6:00 3 p.m. p.m. Church ;orge i m. PRETEND Living in a dream world all his own, he picks the times and heroes that he has heard so much about. Who among us hasn't lived in the wonderful world of make believe? Such times are fun and help stimulate our imagination. Then there are the more serious times. The times when we think seriously of religion, and God who is real. God who has done so much for us. "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.1' Take your family to church and honor the Lord in his holy temple. & .M The Church is God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand for man to respond to that lova by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in tho love of God, no gover...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 11 August 1960

PASE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN AUGUST 1), I960 Steer Wresting Is Bruising, But Scientific Rodeo Sport Legal— CITATION BY PUB C A" Presbyterian Women r;!an S*mmer Medical Off-1 y t y Attends IFYE * / - While not always evident to on lookers, tteer uTPstlinf! is one of thf mobt bruising and at the &ame lime tcirnlifie contests in profes sional sports today. Outweighed bv at least five hundred pounds, the steer wmt! er accomplishes littlp through strength alonr whon he comes to grips with an outraged steer A rugged apprenticeship of sprains and lost hide must be served be fore he learns the art of using himself as a pivoting lever apply ing pressure in the swing at the proper moment to twist the reluct ant bovine to the ground When the steer k released from 'he cbute and crosves a designated scoreline. the steer wrestler and his ha/er, a mounted assistant to keep the animal running straight must move with lightning precis ion. A fraction of delay at the start may mean second, lost in hi p...

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