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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 17 July 1958

The Naples MONITOR PAGE 9 >HUfe$DAY, JULY 17, 1958 PERSONAL Ban Hampton left Sunday for Dallas to attend a six-weeks summer school at SMU. Week end BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS 75c to $1.79 MEN'S . SPORT SHIRTS $2.50 Put your blanket in Lay-Away 50c holds any blanket LADIES' SANDALS $1.50 to $2 CHILDRENS' SANDALS $1.00 A TABLE OF OTHER SHOES REDUCED SEW AND SAVE All Material Reduced Ladies First Quality HOSE 69c House guests of Mrs. C. E. Boozer last week included Mrs. Betty McKinney aud daughters of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Elmadolar of Wilm- ington, Calif., Mrs. Joe Wesley of San Pedro, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ashby and Mr. and Mrs. John Mayton of Gar- den Grove, Calif, and Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Boozer and son of Madisonville, Texas. All were here for the funeral of Mere- dith McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goodwin had as overnight guests last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hix of Port Arthur. Mrs. Lacy Mills and Mrs. T. M. McNatt took Miss Linda Watson home to Marshall Mon- day and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 July 1958

J -- • ' ' ■; V HPH '3ii : £ \ ' V c C lC )C fc ►c \c >c >c Bp* 39c 2.99 59c ig' m 3 FFA boys get Lone Star degree BOBBY RACHEL & Monitoring MAIN STREET The Answer — District Attorney Harry L. Williams will present his side of the' story regarding his handling of charges filed as a result of violence in the Lone Star Steel wildcat strike last fall in area newspapers next week. Williams requested the space to answer this week but the request was made Monday, too late for this week's papers. L. D. Webster, company vice president, authorized the papers in the plant area to print the answer next week at the expense of the steel plant. Williams drew the fire of E. B. Germany, company pres- ident, last week for reducing some felony charges to mis- demeanors and dropping other felony charges. Because Williams is an elect- ed official and the matter is public business, we believe you will be interested. — lntin — The Final Word — Jack Coker is one of those men who is to don a skir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 July 1958

The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1958 PAGE 2 I N T S i E W P Suits should be filed You've heard the story of the boy who shouted "wolf' so often that nobody believed him when there actually were wolves. There's a parallel here now in the collec- tion of delinquent city taxes. Almost a year ago, the city officials hired an attorney from Linden to collect delinquent taxes. It was a good move — one intended to make every property owner here shoulder a fair share of the cost of city government. It needed to be done. What was done was done well but it simply has not been carried far enough. The attorney, Burr Cameron, said it will be carried further. He said he would send notices to all de- linqents. He did that. Many paiu up. He said those who did not pay within 30 days would be sued. That was back in August of last year. No suit has been filed. The attorney was to receive 15 per cent of all the past-due taxes he collected. He was to get an additional 10 per cent on those where he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 July 1958

' I u I ( m 1 I i k BRYANS MILL CORNETT The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1958 PA %MU holds Royal Service program ■ips Mrs. Steve Brock The WMU met for a Royal Service program last Wednes- day. Mrs. T. J. Pruitt, pro- gram chairman, opened the meeting with a prayer by Mrs. Moody. Eight members were present and an interesting pro- gram was presented. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Babb visited the past week in Avery with his sister, Mrs. Charlie Tucker, who is ill. Bobby Rachel spent a part of last week in San Antonio. Mrs. Ronald Stringer and small son, and Mrs. Elmer Stringer visited Sunday after- noon in Hughes Springs with Mr. and Mrs. Maulden. Lenora Abston and a friend, Mr. Clarence Fisher of Mar- shall, were supper guests in Mr. and Mrs. Homer Abston's home. Mrs. Lura Stacks visited the past week in Maud with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Adair and son, John, of Pensacola, Fla. have been visiting recent- ly with her father, Mr. Frank Babb and Mrs. Bab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 July 1958

■ - jm " ***** The Woman s Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1958 PAGE 4 i. Miss Nancy Jo Hampton will marry Donald Louis Nance August 9 Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. Hampton of Marietta have an- nounced the approaching mar- riage of their daughter, Nancy Jo, to Donald Louis Nance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nance of Naples. The wedding will be solemn- ized Aug. 9 at the Oakridge Baptist Church at Marietta. No invitation are being sent locally but friends are invited to attend. The bride-elect is a gradu- ate of Paul Pewitt high school and attended Texarkana Jun- MORI PROFIT with CnEEP feeds For heavier weight, healthier calves, more economical gains, feed Paymaster Creep Feeds. This advanced method of cattle feed- ing returns higher profits because . . . • Creep-feeding produces heavier calves at weaning time; • Creep-feeding means uniform calf crops, assures calves needed nutrients; • Creep-feeding affords gains in a short time on little feed. Paymaster cattle specialists wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 July 1958

DALTON couple leaves for visit in Detroit By Mi\ '<Herbert Cromer Mr. and Mrs. Dee Smith left last Sunday for Detroit to spend several weeks with their children. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robin- son and William Simmons had supper last Thursday night with Bro. Odell Rhyne and family. Miss Claudine Cromer is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cromer and W. H. Mr. and Mrs. Arlen Hamp- ton had all of their children with them over the week end. Dewie Gray was in Houston Monday to see the doctor for a check-jn of his hand. Mrs. Elsie England returned home Sunday after a weeks visit in Dallas and Garland with her children. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Robin- son visited Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Leotice Rob- inson and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Spivey of New Boston visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cromer and W. H. T)lte $ See 3t By E. B. GERMANY i * >) Last Saturday, Lone Star Steel Company and the Steel- workers' Union reached an agreement designed to settle th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 July 1958

.....,< J ^ f jm * ■feil I The Naples MONITOR Thursday, july 24, 1958 PAGE 6 X & < c*!<! Air conditioning .. by the glass The temperature climbed over the 100-degree mark last week and one enterprising young man, Donald Watkins, six years old, took advantage of it by setting up a lemonade stand in front of the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gamble. His customer is eight year old Jill McDonald, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy McDonald of Waxahachie, "who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Smith. Business was brisk at Donald's stand part of the time. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Watkins. WHEN YOU TRAVEL... ~../S9!/S i/Ot/r -■ n ^i<waii nwinnQOfntttumi UlMWIlflfin l^llllll^nfnB1^ wortfes wHh us, Don't let trouble on the road ruin your vacation fun. Drive in before your trip for our 1 thorough safety check and complete, expert lubrication service. <. to make sure of dependable car performance and a carefree vacation. (vtfNEfc ^ SUPER rug. E. A. Stric...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 July 1958

PI ■ I Hi I Jes^life hosts for fellowship By Miss Sarah Gauntt Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and family visited last Wednes- day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Brooke and son of Texarkana. Mr. and Mrs. Mildred D. Braley and Mira visited part of this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott McGill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Johnson and daughter of Lone Star visited this past week end in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Mathew and son. Attendance at the Simms Baptist Church is increasing in I ■ ( Give Blooming POTTED Flower Mar! Naples Ph. TW7-4101 ANNOUNCING.. new NORGE Washer and Freezer line 560 lb.NORGE -I ' ...■. Gel Exclusive Ssrfefy-Rrsh FOOD FREEZING IChis super deluxe Norge maintains constant zero tempera- TjL through combination of 3 "Safety-First" features Efcower King' Compr 3sor Safety-Guard - Custom-Formed ■ Cold Control Insulation U GET NEW LUXURY FEATURES FOUND ; ONLY ON HIGHEST * PRICED FREEZERS! • 2 handy, removable baskets keep...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 July 1958

Bill i. \ x %: { ■F? ! f i The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1958 PAGE S PERSONAL Mrs. Mae Reeis of San Fran- cisco, Calif, is visiting with her vHister and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Cole and family. I Week end Specials MENS CANVAS Shoes - - $2.98 BOYS CANVAS Shoes - _ $2.49 i BOYS Sandals - $1.50 GIRLS CANVAS SHOES $1.50 and $2.19 Swim Suits $1.50 Beach Towels $1.98 . LADIES Slips $2.49 ! GIRLS. 10-12-14 Pajamas _ $1.49 | LADIES Pajamas - $1.49 Spencer's Grocery MARKET AND LOCKER PLANT NAPLES. TEXAS THESE PRICES GOOD JULY 25 and 26 SUGA^, 29 lbs 98c Swift's MELLORINE, Vz gallon 45c Fresh, Not Frozen KIMBELL'S BISCUITS, 2 cans_19c FOLGER'S COFFEE, 6 oz jar _ $1.05 FOLGER'S COFFEE, 1 lb can _ _ 85c Wortz CRACKERS lb box 19c Kim bell's MARGARINE, lb pkg 19c CABBAGE, lb 5c Zee 4 rolls Toliet Tissue VeBveeta Cheese, 2 lbs Del Monte WHOLE BEANS, 303 can 25 sack Robin Hood French s BLACK PEPPER, 4 oz can _ 25c Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wy- ninegar and Paula Jean visited in Greenville and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1958

Robison, Childress, McDaniel %tin; two runons necessary ■ The political race in Morris county this year was a short one. Apparently it is all over except for one state office and one precinct office. Ivy Betts and Rodney Mc- Lean face a runoff for Justice of the Peace and the Supreme Court race for Place 1 is to be decided. Betts had 254 votes and Mc- Lean 250. The race was not decided in the first primary last Saturday because of the 18 votes for A. A. Hodges, who died since he announced for the office. McLean said Tuesday he was withdrawing because of his health but changed his mind CARLTON ROBISON lc 9c 79 7c 9c 5c roval *9c 57c 9c 59c 59c 59c Monitoring later and apparently will con- tinue in the race. The second primary ballot for the Naples precinct will have only the two contested places. In other county races last Saturday, Mrs. Audrey Mae Childress won re-election for a third term as county clerk, Carlton Robison was elected county judge and W. O. Tittle county Democratic c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1958

THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1958 The Naples MONITOR PAGE 1 VIEWPOINTS Amen, Mr. Mays l It is one thing when a public official, asking re-election to a legislative post promises the voters publicly that he will oppose any new tax or tax increase. It's a good vote-buying promise. But when that public official is unopposed and makes the statement sincerely without a thought that it might enhance his political chances, it is pure and simple music to the ears of those whose backs are bent under the heavy tax load. The man who did just that is Abe Mays Jr., our district's state representative. He made the statement that he would op- pose a state sales tax or any other new tax in his political talk at Marietta during the cam- paign last week. He was unopposed for re- election. Local, county, state and federal govern- ments have piled taxes on top of taxes in recent years to build a bigger and more oppressive government without a thought that a balanced budget also can be had by cutting out unneces-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1958

*? . w ' , I Xif.! ' ' I ^ - ' x f t T} 1 v \ \ *> - ' f* J tt , The Naples MONITOR paop i THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1958 DEAIrEDITOR: w Jm J 1 An answer to by Harry Williams In respsonse to and at the invitation of Mr. E. B. Germa- ny, whose article appeared in newspapers throughout North- east Texas the week of the 14th of July, 1958, I submit the following: As District Attorney of the 76th Judicial District of the State of Texas, which is com- posed of Camp, Franklin, Ti- tus, Marion and Morris Coun- ties, I had the duty of handling several cases which arose as a result of acts done by various people who were out on the strike which occured at Lone Star Steel Company during the latter part of last year. I shall refer to these cases as the Landers-Arnold cases and the Caperton cases. Before going any further with this statement, 1 want to say that I am 100% for Lone Star Steel Company, and I am - il. . TT-U«/1 CtftAl- 100 xw/v for the United Steel- workers Union which we have in this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1958

'":•' ' - - The Woman's Angle The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1958 PAGE 4 Hobbs descendants hold annual famSly reunion at Daingerfield State Park m' The decendants of Joel W. Hobbs and William P. Hobbs had their annual reunion Sun- day, July 20, at the State Park at Daingerfield. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Hobbs, Mrs. Celia Bevill and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyler of Texarkana; Mrs. Naarah Newsome Clark, Leona and Almurn Lawless of Am- ters, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Lyles of Hughes Springs; Elmer Tohill of Longview; Vergil Hobbs of Beaumont; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Melton, Melton Moore and Mrs. Ardella Melton of Omaha; Tom M. Hobbs, Mrs. Mammie Hobbs, of Ben Wheeler; J. R. Hobbs of Tyler; Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weav- er, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones and Irma Clark Mason of Dal- las; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Melton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hicks, Miss Mary Jo Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garrett and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garrett Jr. of Na- ples; Robert E. Clark and Charles Cla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1958

r- yw • f"r<" Id- fP F- lh- Id. lie lor lor BO. Yarborough, Daniel win Price Daniel won a second term as governor and Ralph Yarborough his first full term as senator in last Saturday's first democratic primary elec- tion. The final returns from the Texas Election Bureau showed only one state race to be de- cided in the Aug. 23 runoff. That race is for Place 1 on the Supreme Court where Rob- ert Hamilton lacked some get- ting a majority over two op- ponents. He will face Wilmer Hunt in the second primary. Daniel had an easy majority over three opponents. He polled 786,807 votes to 241,994 for Henry Gonzalez, 239,638 for W. Lee O'Daniel and 34,649 for Joe Irwin. Yarborough had a majority over his opponent, William Dr. C.W.Cromer OPTOMETRIST 212 N. Madison Mt. Pleasant, Texas Office Closed All Day Thursday RALPH YARBOROUGH Blakley, of 742,082 votes to 522,551. Ben Ramsey was re-elected as lieutenant governor with 734,679 votes to 409,831 for George Nokes. John C. White was re-electe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1958

S ' ■ m f' mr\ I $ Bp! fry.'; • £• '• The Naples MONITOR "THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1958 PAGE 6 DOUGLASSVILLE Class to meet with O'Farrel group By Mrs. B. W. Swint Members of "Ever Ready" Sunday School class will meet with the members at the com- munity center at O'Farrel this Friday evening, Aug. 1, at 8 p.m. All associate members are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. McCoy «nd family of Bryans Mill, Mr. and Mrs. Leo McCoy and boys «nd Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mc- Coy and children and their mother, Mrs. Lillie McCoy, were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McCoy of Marshall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morris and Cynthia, and Mrs. R. P. Rut- land visited their brother, W. G. Bryan, Sunday afternoon. The ice cream party given at the park Thursday evening by the members of the MYF was enjoyed by the group. Deli- cious ice cream, cake and cookies were enjoyed. Mrs. Mattie Fouche of Lin- den, Mrs. H. S. Granberry and Mrs. Ben Heath visited in •Shreveport F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1958

, The Naples MONITOR THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1958 PAGE 7 ANNOUNCING .. new WORSE Washer and Freezer line . VV m 95 Get Exclusive Safety-Rrsrf" FOOD FREEZING This super deluxe Norge maintains constant zero tempera- ture through combination of 3 "Safety-First" features - "Power King" " Compr ssor « Safety-Guard Cold Control _ Custom-Formed ** Insulation • 2 hcndy, removable boskets keep food at fingertips • Dri-wall condenser keeps moisture off exterior • Counterbalanced lid opens ot touch of hand • Sharp-freeze comportment • Automatic interior light • Safety-Lite • Color-styled interior • 5-year food protection plan • Safety-Latch handle No down payment for 30 days. $4.25 Weekly CORNETT Superintendent leads conference By Miss Daisy Heard Sunday School was held at 10:15 a.m. and the quarterly conference was conducted by the Rev. Thomas J. Price, dis- trict superintendent from Tex- arkana. The Rev. Jack Mc- Cants, pastor, brought the ser- mon. There was a good attend- ance. Mrs. Lois Lawles...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 July 1958

The Naples MONITOR Thursday, july 31, 1958 page 8 PERSONAL , I m Mrs. J. P. Copeland has been visiting with Mrs. B. L. JLawings, Mrs. Johnny Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fannon. Mrs. Mattie Powell and Mrs. Bessie Watson of Idabel, Okla. visited last week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Berry. Mrs. Jim Beggs spent from Thursday until Saturday in Texarkana with her daughter, Miss Dorothy Beggs. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Coker and Charles Smith had dinner with Ella Irvin at the Stephens Hotel in Mt. Pleasant Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wills of Mesquite visited Saturday and Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. McNatt, Patsy and Sonny. Dr. Stanton and family from -Little Rock, and Bill Stanton of DeQueen, Ark. spent Satur- day and Sunday visiting with ft. P. Lowery and Dick Low- ery here. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Garrett left late Monday for Boone- ville, Ark. to go to the bedside of his mother, Mrs. J. N. Gar- rett of Prescott, who is criti- cally ill there. They will re- m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 August 1958

IP - - 1 ■*** 'yiraF j ' ' jlf Hi _*w ' ^ -^ il -WM«H 1 . <■ ...:d;.V wmm mm '&■:■:■£: -•■••:•:V. Brahma beauties with batons These seven girls wi! be the high-stepping group which prances in front of the Pewitt high school band this year at football games and other marching events. They have just been selected and just completed a twirling school. Miss Patsy Poole, third from the left, was named drum major. Others are Wanda Ellis, Kathryn Morris, Robbie Hood, Edith Scaff, Mary Jo Hicks and Mattie Beth Hum- mel. Monitoring MAIN STREET Political Post Mortems — Everything gets out of step during a political campaign. The voters don't do right, the candidates say the wrong thing, or too much, and people get all upset over names they never heard of before the cam- paign started. It isn't funny, either, until after the voting is over with. Then even the candidates can show a sense of humor about the shenanigans. A candidate in Cass county who ran a poor last in a field of five sum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 August 1958

VIEWPOINTS Naples gets by-passed JSktples has been by-passed on the state's road-building program in recent years while the highway department's engineers promised more consideration later. The reasons for the delay in improving or rebuilding local roads were sound enough — wait until it was possible to get a clear picture of all of the road patterns in the area. The Naples' area needs a road to tne Lone Star Steel Plant to replace the narrow, winding patched up strip that serve, inadequately now. The arpa has hoped for years to get favor- able consideration for a black-top road to the Cornett area of Cass county. It wanted the new road from Talco to the Pewitt Ranch area of highway 26 to be extend- ed to a junction with highway 77 at Naples. It hoped that the new federal highway ■would come reasonably close to Naples. None of the projects were included in the highway department's extended program. The local area got only patch work on its existing roads. Naples people were asked to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 7 August 1958

>n he e >r >t in the led. as Ithe lem srve land iThe r as kinst -ked the in igfi I >ther \m no so Iwork lure Ives le |rds, iths, the I, and small will not be ?cision that f the at be all? to Three Sinms couples have new daisies By Miss Sarah Gauntt The Simms community seems to be growing in the last three clays. Mr. and Mrs. John Thorn- ton are the proud parents of a girl, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Thomas have a new baby boy, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dur- ham are also the new parents of a boy. Attendance at the Baptist Church seems to be increasing in both the morning and eve- ning worship services. In the evening service, a missionary from Brazil,' the Ilev. Claude Bumpus, brought a very spe- cial message to everyone. The Rev. Bumpus and the Rev. George Carkeet were en- tertained Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Worth Gauntt and family. Mrs. Gusie Kruse, Ruth Kruse and Sarah Gauntt visit- ed Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Kruse's mother in Maud. Mr. and Mrs. Hen...

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