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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 18 April 1957

-Ssif?*;; 'vsSfc r-t" K ' : The naples monitor thursday, apkil 18, 1957 PERSONAL Mrs. Stella Mae Cooper of Texarkana visited last Satur- day and Sunday with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Narramore and Sally, and Mrs. J. T. Narra- more. If ti, ft 6 hi fyM&b little girls SLIPS AND CAN-CANS — sizes 2-14 — 1.98 to 5.98 DRESSES ' Polished Cottons and Nylons — SIZES 1-14 — 2.98 to 11.98 — HATS and BAGS — S <Ch S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mrs. Charles Plunkett of Corpus Christi arrived here Wednesday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Pat Smith. Mr. Smith and other relatives. J. R. Hampton visited last Wednesday through Saturday at Dallas with his children, Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Thornton and family, and Billy Jo Hampton. Ivan Dycus, who is em- ployed at Tacoma, Wash., is visiting his mother, Mrs. E. W. Dycus. Don Nance spent the week end with his parents and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nance, Betty Lou and Rosemary. He recently returned for a three- month tour of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 April 1957

" 4< c " T V BIRTH OF A TORNADO Tornadoes are formed when a cold and a warm air mass collide, and the heavier cold air is deflected above the lighter warm air. In this topsy-turvy situation, a tongue of cold air dips into the warm air, which in turn moves upward to fill the void thus created. As the warm air rushes upward in a spiral motion, other warm air is sucked upward from lower levels until ground is reached. The funnel is made visible by condensing moist air, dirt and debris. Tom Smith, Bank Officer, Dies After Heart Attack Tom B. Smith, cashier for The Morris County National Bank, died about midnight last Thursday in a hospital at Linden as a result of a heart attack he suffered two weeks earlier. Mr. Smith, 48 years old, lived at Marietta and had been a member of the bank staff for the past 14 years. He was named cashier in & Monitoring MAIN STREET The Moderns — The man was a cynic. An out and out cynic. You could tell that by lis- tening to him because nobody likes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 April 1957

IF*' f I i w ' ;- ■■-■>. ■■ • THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1957 VIEWPOINTS Tax Cut Comi House Speaker Sam Rayburn says the chances of a tax cut, effective Jan. 1, 1958, are good if congress succeeds in trimming President Eisenhower's record peacetime bud- get and if tax collections continue to be high. This is oncouraging news because a tax cut is long overdue. Rayburn indicated that action on a tax cut might come at this session of congress, although reaffirming his opinion that a cut would riot become effective until January. Rayburn also indicated that tax relief voted this session would probably go to individuals rather than to corporations. Among the most popular proposals in this category would be to increase individual de- ductions upward from $600. There are pro- posals to increase the exemption from $600 to $700, or from $600 to $800. There are also proposals to lower the minimum tax on the first $1,000 of taxable income from 20 per cent to 10 per cent. We woul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 April 1957

I A ■m '' 33 SHOES FOR A GOOD BOY Peering through a window since he can not .go inside is a young man on the verge of re- ceiving a pair of moccasins. They are being carefully made for him by a patient at the Legion State Tuberculosis Hospital near Kerr- vilie. The patient is Ascencio Medina of Pear- sail. The - peerer" is Amado Garces Jr., who helps offset Medina's loneliness for his own This man can give you dependable delivery of THE CHRISTIAN * SCIENCE MONITOR an Internationa! daily newspaper Housewives, businessmen, teachers, ond students all over the world read ond enjoy this international newspaper, pub- lished daily in Boston. World- famous for constructive news stories and penetrating editoriols. Special features for the whole family. The Christian Science Monitor One Norwoy St., Boston 15, Mass. Send your ne*spoper for the timj chccked. Enclosed find my check or rtioney order. I year $16 □ 6 months $3 □ 3 months $4 Q Name Address HP flh City Zone State I Several years ago,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 April 1957

m m i Si# - i* ppp lii JV.5-SESS ^ *$*>$ The Woman's Angle , THE NAPLES MON|T~" Miss Kathryn Brewer To Become Bride Of Arlington Man June 29 m The engagement and ap- proaching marriage of Miss Katnryn Brewer, 6365 Green- way Road. Ft. Worth, to Roy W. Lutonsky of Arlington, has been announced by her par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brewer of Naples. The parents of the prospec- tive bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. A. Lutonsky of Deming, New Mexico. A garden wedding will be held June 29 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brewer, Ft. Worth, uncle and aunt of the bride-elect. Miss Brewer is a graduate of Paul H. Pewitt high school. She attended TCU and Ar- lington State College, where she was a member of Zongola. a social club. Her fiance is a graduate of Southwestern University and attended the University of Texas. ■Si) Style Mart Higgins SUITS SLACKS *29.95 to *45 *6.95 to *12.95 White Flannel White Linen SPORT COATS SPORT COATS *29.50 *21.95 a n ■■■I Brock and Mills We'll make your car......

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 April 1957

>r ROCKY BRANCH CHURCH OF CHRIST Bible classes for all 10 a.m. Preaching & worship 11 a.m. The Lord's Supper 11:45 a.m. Youth meeting 6:30 p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Services Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. B. U. Baldwin, Minister Dinner Nets Band Boosters $125 The Band Boosters Club School Eighth Grade Elects Officers Virginia Shirey and Ronnie McMichael. Brenda Poison THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1957 desired $125.50 for its uni- form fund at a dinner held Tuesday night for members of the Naples and Omaha Lions Clubs and .their fam- ilies. The dinner was held at the school cafeteria. Seventy-one persons were present for the banquet. •••••••••••••••••••••A ••••••••••••••••••• It's such a comfort to take the bus and leave the driving to us! GREYHOUND NAPLES, TEXAS The eighth grade class of Pewitt school held a class meeting Tuesday to elect the class officers. Jackie Hummel was elected president, Tommy Young vice president, Vicki Tigert secre- tary, Eddy Davis treasurer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 April 1957

*H£ NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1957 Lone Star Earnings Up In 1st Quarter Lone Star Steel company ♦earned $1.25 per share during ♦he first quarter of 1957, E. B. Germany, president, said last Week at the company's annual stockholder meeting held at Dallas. Germany said the two sig- nificant factors contributing to the company's increased gross profit in 1956 were the increased sales and produc- tion volume, and increased yield of prime product from materials input. Sales increased by $14 mil- lion to $88,650,000 for 1956, ROCKY POINT Con. Methodist Church Sunday School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. (1st and 3rd Sundays) Young People 6:30 p.m. Night Worship 7 p.m. (1st and 3rd Sundays) Prayer Meeting Tues. Night Bill Harty, Pastor Germany said. Steel products accounted for 87 per cent of lotal sales. With reference to produc- tion, Germany said two rec- ords were outstanding. ' We produced 630,000 net tons of ingots and 420,000 net tons of hot metal," he said. The company...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 April 1957

■fits ! ■ i|£. I I A# CORNETT THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1957 Children Have Egg Hunt At Church By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at the usual 10:30 hour. A good attendance turned out even though the weather had been bad. The Easter Sunday School lessons were interesting, and after Sunday School, the chil- dren had egg hunts on the church lawn. The Church School Insti- tute will be held in Hughes Springs on Friday, April 26. je school will open at 10 .■ and close at 2:30 p.m. ^ ons attending are ask- ■fc bring a sack lunch. Des- sert and drink will be fur- nished by the host church. The Cornett Quilting Club last week completed quilts for Mrs. C. B. Hampton and Mrs. Alvin Irvin. Quilts for Mrs. Bill Rich and Mrs. Emma Anthony will be started next Wednesday. Join the group. Mr. and Mrs. Winston Hampton of Wichita Falls vis- ited his parents Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Betts and children of Tyler spent Fri- day night with his parents, the C. D. Betts. Mr. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 25 April 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1957 PERSONAL Mr Art Shaddix, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Shaddix of New Boston, spent the Easter holi- days with his grandmother, Mrs. Maude Shaddix. Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Coker of Paris visited their aunt, Mrs. Maude Shaddix, Sunday. William Robison of Dallas spent Easter Sunday with his mother, Mrs. W. W. Robison. Mrs. Lenoy Slider, Mrs. Kmmett Fleming, Mrs. Austin Doolittle, Mrs. Georgia Mar- tin and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Monroe attended the Easter cantata at the First Metho- dist Church at Daingerfield Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Miller Visited with Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ranes here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Eugene Falls, Charles Welborn Falls, Mrs. T. M. Mc- Natt and Mrs. E. A. Strick- land were visitors at Dallas' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. An- thony, Sue and Dinah spent Easter Sunday with his moth- er, Mis. J. R. Anthony, at Marietta. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Morris visited last week from Thurs- day to Saturday in the home of their son and famil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 May 1957

% 1 1 ■Sll w 3 «( j Perry McMichael # ^ I am Billy Ray Morgan Charles Tenbrook Billy Joe Smith Earnest Smith Ray Johnson Kerry Hicks p 7 Track Men 0o to State "■'Irfi'I? ' Pewitt school will send a seven-man track team — possibly the largest of any school in Texas — to the state track and field meet at Austin Friday and Saturday. The Brahmas will have en- d chance of lad first tries in five track and field^* events at thp state meet and K^. , SCCOnd at Austin. events at tne state meet ana Bn,y Ray Morgan als0 vvas given a good chance to place high in the 880. Morgan won the regional meet with a rec- ord-breaking time of 2:05 and i has run a faster 2:03 this year. With a good day, he may lower his time to less than 2:00, Coach Huddleston said. Hicks has gone as high as 11'2" in the pole vault and also might win points for the Brahmas at Austin. McMich- ael had his best 220 time last year and the mile relay team will need to clip off a second or more to beat out White Oak, winner of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 May 1957

••".v I*# l*A#*-feS ''i>it/-<5t>Av may ■ W557 A' ♦ ? V K e T * o-e ,-/e* '.cor.e ^W N«T s? Residents tmnit i.estrrviif : Be O'gsnized ivpie ffee fc^atViafHt #f wk' #H*i- ^....uSitia: |<«yrol within 1j<. iiast few #eek.? The Lw#? #| r ljfltf aflfrBlt i*j workers rem the .area. liMt wili mean an addiuviul lucrea*;^) the area^ UKWiie iff approximately 340,000 a y«.- r That's the iaereaee from Le t Star Steel Company's -payroll tfi tk Naples er-fta — ##t th* total payroll. Every person who lives in the erea will gain irwii the increase through the reflected gen- era! prosperity it will add J all ?f the money were ?pent ir Naples •'•*: -.-ur.; tw::; mwi i> ^ttwrn--i -- J fc5 OfftfttK , w*MiW'«ive trtrt'iHiiwiifi-iini fcwtr an;wrrmr .m aiUiwl teu« ess of .about *aw> a year direct iram the «eel piantemptoyees. Th*t amount wouW be increased by aufcliUeaal trading With tin saute payroll dollar. Ail of the towns in the Loot- Star Sieel Com- pany area ©we a debt pi gratitu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 May 1957

...... .. - "• r ■' • • - ... spgp mm. the brahma corral Pita THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1957 Burglars Break In Walls Store lc lc ic k k f°: >0 The Staff Editc Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson Spec. Reporter Nancy Shults Band Reporter Joe Lane Davis rts Writer Windell McCord Maurice Hill Reporter Kerry Hicks i-HA Reporter Bette Ruth Phillips Typists Carol Ann Knight Sue Heard Donna Towler Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins Martha Strickland Jimmy Brown New President Of Student Council The student council officers for the coming school year were elected Wednesday in assembly. Jimmy Brown was named president, Ray John- son vice president, and Glen- da England secretary. This year's officers are Roy Appersr/. , president; Jimmy Fulgliam, vice president, and Joan Galloway, secretary. They have done an excell- ent job and we think that next year's officers will do just as well. GIRL OF THE WEEK Our girl,of the week has dark ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 May 1957

V if t • 1 % DALTON Workers Meeting Held Wednesday OUR TRIP TttWWW rock city, it $ W • . :>. .4 fflSflWP: By Mrs. Herbert Cromer The Workers meeting was held at the Dalton Church last Wednesday. The attend- ance was good and every one enjoyed the messages that were brought during the day. Our deepest sympathy goes out to Mrs. Kate Carlisle in the loss of. her father, Mr. "Claude Bell.' Visitors ,1*1 the home of Mr. and Mir , Dee Smith Sunday were Mr*~and Mrs. Vance May and Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. La- rence Shankles and Joan, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jordan. Mrs. Perry Knighton had as visitors last Wednesday morn- ing Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Haynes. Travelers Club On Trip Mrs. Silly Ted Coker Is Elected President Of Naples Garden Club Members of the Naples Travelers Club toured Ten- nessee, Arkansas and Ken- tucky on their annual trip in April. The women were photo- graphed at Rock City, Tenn. at one of the tourist stops. Party Honors Mickey Wright Mickey Wright was honored on her third...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 May 1957

BRYANS MILL •fr All-Day Cemetery Working Planned By Mrs. Steve Brock There will be an all day cemetery working at the Bry- ans Mill Cemetery May 10th. Everyone come and bring lunch. Attendance was small at church and Sunday School this week end because of the bad weather. Hope we can have a better crowd next Sun- day. tie Rev. and Mrs. J. B. In- . had as her guest last Mrs. Ray Minor of Bor- ger. Mrs. Charles Chastain of Dallas visited with her moth- er, Mrs. Lea Stringer, the past week. Mr. Chastain and children, Linda and Ricky, spent the week end here and they returned to Dallas Sun- day. Other guests in the Strin- ger home this week end were Mildred Stringer of Dallas, Mrs. Lajuana Vaught and Joey of Daingerfield, and Mrs. Jim Kinsey and children of Lubbock. Mrs. Kinsey and children remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davlin had as visitors the past week Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davlin and children of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walker of ROCKY POINT Con. Methodist Church ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 May 1957

m*:F w c; - /*■ V "THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1957 , $2,402 Given Community Center kSe A total of $2,402.75 had been contributed to the Na- ples community center fund by Tuesday of this week. Members of the Naples Business Women's Club start- ed soliciting contributions to buflfi a building for youth ac- tivities and community meet- ings The total cost of the project will be about $5,000, accord- ing to the preliminary esti- mates. No plans have been drawn for the building yet. The building will be erect- ed on the city park property near the David Granberry Memorial Hospital. Early contributors and the amounts they gave are: City of Naples $500, The HMANNER Funeral Home PHONE 7-2121 Naples, Texas AMBULANCE SERVICE Any Where — Any Time Oxygen and Resuscitator Equipped Morris County National Bank $500, Business Women's Club $281.25, Naples Garden Club $50, American Legion and Auxiliary $24, Community Welfare $50, Lions Club $100, Naples Monitor $50, Granber- ry Insurance Age...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 May 1957

-- douglassville Baylor Minister To Preach Thursday By Mrs. B. W. Swint Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink is what you find when you drive down to Sulphur River. We are still having more rain and will be looking for more this week. The farmers are becoming discouraged but we are look- ing for a brighter day. Mrs. Estelle Thompson of Daingerfield is visiting in the home of Mrs. Luna Swint while Mrs. Nell Eitel is in Shreveport visiting friends ^iis week. Mrs. Eitel plans to j^Kkirn this Wednesday. HKjlrs. James Turner and I • voys and Mrs. Thompson of Daingerfield were visitors in Mrs. Luna Swint's home on Thursday. They also visited in the B. W. Swint home for a while in the afternoon. Mrs. Ruby Baker is visiting in Galena Park in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Parker and Kennith this week. Mrs. J. C. Frost is on our sick list this past week. J. E. Swint is improving at his home. He has been having friends and relatives to call by to wish him a very speedy recovery. Mr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 2 May 1957

Jp£, j m * IT' THK NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1957 PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hucka- bee of Marshall spent Sunday with her father, Lee Reid and Mrs. Reid Moilur's Day GIFTS Hattie Carnegie COLOGNE $2 —LINGERIE— Nylon Duster $3.98 Shadow Cotton Slip $3.98 No-Iron Cotton Gowns $2.98 up —ACCESSORIES— Lace Gloves $1.98 Nylon Gloves $1.98 Costume Jewelry $1.10 up I HATS and BAGS — DRESSES — We Have Them All Sizes and Fabrics S <S- S Shop STOP SHOP SAVE Use Our Lay-Away Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Griffin and Tommy visited Capt. and Mrs. George H. Griffin and children in Lawton, Okla. the past week end. Kathy, Larry and Jimmy returned home with them for a visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Griffin. Mrs. C. E. Boozer, Tom and Don visited in Texarkana Sat- urday. Mrs. Annie Stewart return- ed last Friday from a two- weeks visit with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Stewart and children at Nor- walk, Calif. Mrs. Ray Cromwell of Tay- lor spent Thursday through Saturday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 May 1957

. '.im tmna */%M ftvjfcb?* w* — ' .., " ' -# ■ " V.' " ; " $ • • . . ■ .■■•>■ ai r. m, i Lf ;M ■ - . HmhVPI Jg { >, V , ■ i> t® itea rything's Growing The drouth is broken and everything grows — even the fence posts. C. M. Forsyth of the Rocky Branch community looks at .a sassafras post that sprouted limbs after the heavy April rains. A whole row of posts on the property of his son, L. J. Forsyth, is growing limbs. The new growth probably will die vhen warmer and drier weather comes on. Monitoring I- MAIN STREET xes and Fleas — ? "I! t County Agent Jack Dean smarted something last ft'eek when he told how a fox rids i itself of fleas. The gist of his dissertation was that a fox gets a mouth- ful of fur, backs into water while the fleas inn up on the iir, and then the fox turns t loose and swims away. A skeptic who neglected to f jsign his name wrote Dean the following note: "I read that little bit of mis-guided wisdom about the fox and fleas to my old dog Sam. Sam listened v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 May 1957

THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1957 VIEWPOINTS s ' Il^W mm l Voters Speak-Politicians Listen When the voters speak, politicians listen. That was never more graphically illus- trated than it is being now. Taxpayers who-are fed up with big govern- ment, the trend toward socialism, and op- | pressive taxation have set up a howl for re- lief and stand the best chance of two decades of succeeding. Congressmen and senators who have leaned toward bigger and bigger government no longer are loud in their defense of big bud- gets. Those who always favored moderation in government meddling have joined the chorus for more individual rights and less of the cradle-to-the-grave welfare program. Those representatives who have always been in favor of reduced spending, a reduced budget, and a reduced tax load have gone about their business of actively seeking these objectives with renewed vigor. It's interesting to note the attitude of two Texans, Senator Johnson and Congressman Repeat Victory I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 9 May 1957

SPSS! ,;/■ *v:v THE NAPLES MONITOR THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1957 CORNETT the brahma corral E The Staff Editor Ruth Pope Assoc. Ed. Jimmy Fulgham Feature Writer Gail Simpson c. Reporter Nancy Shults d Reporter. Joe Lane Davis its Writer Windell McCord Maurice Hill <r. IPFFA Hep'1 jor Kerry Hicks FHA Rep?'* iSh-* ' '^ette ^uth Phillips typists y Carol Ann Knight -V,.. Sue Heard Donna Towler Class Reporters Carol Higgins Mike Roberts Nancy Hawkins r Martha Strickland i'--1 . I New Offacers Of Student Council Inaugurated The new student council of- ficers were inaugurated at the assembly program Wednes- day. Jimmy Brown, new presi- dent, was in charge of the latter part of the program. Coach A. T. Brian present- ed tennis letters to Mike Rob- erts, Austin Doolittle, Jackie I Skelton, Jo Ann Munkres, i Amelia Stevens and Jeanne Ruth Falls. He presented track letters to Billy Ray Morgan, Perry McMichael, Kerry Hicks, Ray Johnson, Charles Tenbrook, Billy Joe Smith, Mike Dale, Earnest Smith, Mik...

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