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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 March 1939

Naples School Notes MARY JAYNE WATSON. Editor- ill-Chief , - We are (having the worst epi- ■■m '! m II;! r jM" Hemic of influenza in Naples vince 1918. There were even 100 Hudenta and two High school teachers ajjeent (from the study hall on Tuesday morning. We ere hoping this condition wiil improve soon. The grammar Muhool doesn't seem to be affected quite so badly. The County Basket Ball meet for junior 'boys, and senior girls was held in the Naples gym last Saturday. In the junior boys division, the . Clmaha boa<s defeated l>^i n/er- field for the championship. * In the girls division, three games were played. Jenkins de- feated ' Cation 28-25, Naples defeated Daingerfield 41-3 then Naples defeated Jenkins 23-19 for the county championship. SPANISH I AND II Martha Spurger, Reporter The Spanish classes are progressing as usual with the exception that everyone seems to be studying a little harder for the six weeks tests. The Spanish club planned a skating party for last Monday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 March 1939

PI® - ■/ m ■HJiWUI'-WW i?"S: Personal and Local Happenings -«i«aS535$$55e5m55H55=55L >:i tary Party - ..— lirapty o. M 1939 CAR LICENSE E5E53E55 JCTnrorOTaa—■—■ The Auxiliary of the Floyd D. Russell Poat, No. 119, extend to the members of the Post, and to all /eligible for numbers hip in either organization, an invitation to the 20th Birthday Party of the American Legion. The party will be held at Mr and Mrs. W. D. Watson's resi- dence in Naples on Wednesday. March 16, at 7:30 p. m. Methodist Church We wjll hpve tjhe regular Quair^etly Conference) Sunday ;Mawh 12 and the ,Presiding Elder, Bro. Nichols will preach at the evening services, at 7.30, There will also be the morning st>;'viia(as at the usual ttlmie, 11 o'clock. The Food Bazaar, held by the ladies of the Missionary Society last Saturday, was a big success—we promise to have more things at the ne)Kt sale and we wish to thank each of you who helped to make) the sale a suc- cess. Our pastor is on the sick list Ihis week...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 March 1939

Iji '£jma I I I .r m 'i \ X' Zt £fa; mmSt owtor Wli VOLUME 53 NAPLES, [DAY, MARCH 24, 1939 NUMBER 51 Baptist Woman's Missionary Society BAPTIST CHURCH The W. M. S. cf the Baptist Church hrd a better attendance Monday, Maircjh. 20th, which Khwb that the flu has lost some of its aggressiveness for which we are trappy. We had an interacting prcijpram Which stressed the teaching pat t cf tho Great Commission. After the program Ala had a most pleas- ant foci all hour together. Ouir pastor, Bro. Newton, will take care of the Bible study houi on March 27. He will teach the Book of Ruth, I oginnir^ at 2.30 and ending promptly at 3.30. We are eypeceting the Pitts- burg Assoc ial ion al Auxiliary quarterly meeting, together with the Workers Council about the middle of April. We arc count ir| on the ladies of our church to help us make thir. a great meet- fotf. Reporter CHILDREN'S DEPARTMFNT BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL THE SOONER TH' REV. T. T. NEWTON tr n On the last Sunday in Decem- Kjcfineth Tuck...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 March 1939

- • '^"v , • ■ If a? I I I I 1 W;: "r-> :"■[ •lis i W. i . ■mil 1MB THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday By W. R. WATTS Entered as second-class mail mat- ter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11.00 SIX MONTHS 60c ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable oi swindling advertisements in serted at any price. We be lieve all *ur advertisers to be honorable and responsible. 11 any of our subscribers have found any of our advertiseri not fulfilling their agreement: we shall consider it a favor t< be notified of the fact. Ail bills Texas. payable in Naples. 1938 Forest Fire Report For Morris County College iSttatijn, Texas* !Marc|h 252.—Morris Couinity ranked 27th in numBlr of forest fires and 28th in area burned in 1938 in ocmpanison with the 31 lEtast Texas ooulnWas )thia|t iarq Ibeing partially or emtirety ipro(tected from fires, the Texa* Forest Ser- vice announced today. Figures nn last year's forest fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 March 1939

■ ■■ am —M—fcSi Naples School Notes MARY JAYNE WATSON. Editor- in-Chief HIGH SCHOOL N0TIE8 This week we are printing a theme written by PojJIy Campbell, tin A student of the ninth grade. Mrs. Kennedy says this is one of SPANISH 1 AND II Martha Spurger, Reporter We tore /lad to have all the the beat themes handed in to her hoys and giila back in Spanish I this ytear. JAN TELLS V EJtONIKA OF LIFE IN THE HOLLOW CAVE find II tH3it have been absent for no long wfcth the flu. Everyone that wast absent when six m leeks examinations were taken took ^hcfl,- 'examinations last week. The otiea thai Wave just taken Life in the hollow cnve is far S,X. Weeks tests to different from the way you pic-' , |VleiT .muc,h ibecaUfl<S three tured it. You, must thfcnk it is v'£<*s are supposed very lonely and unhappy, but it,tr' be *ken 80'net,me this is not. If you will listen now I'c that h*PPened in will tell you all about the ' , ' hollow cave and the garden that' Joe Mack Glasscock: Mrs. Ken- la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 24 March 1939

m • ■' ■ • i ■ WW v«^ kland and Char NOTICE TO DEBTORS' )AND) CREDITORS Personal and Local Happenings DEPARTMENT 1989 CAR LICENSE APIES SCHOCL NOTES Instead El ffc- I 1 11 i VI ran |.\nd relatives of i. Lindaey surprised Sunda> with a birthday at her home, it being her ••thdfty. She receiveld nice and useful gifts, present were Mrs. J. W. Presley, Mr. ($ivl Mhs, jPprter Pre&l^y j^nd raan .Bobby Gljnwi, Mr. and Mrs. Vestal Trumble and ch^r^n Njartc^ Louise! i&nd Ramona, Mr. #id Mm. Cooper Crow and son Chester, Mrs. J A. Crow; Mrs. Norria Roberts, Miss Irma Roberts, Lloyd Roberts Comer Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. W 0. Trumble, Mr. and Mrs. J, H, McDaniel lamd son Jimmie Harold Verbal Cromer, and Mr. and Mrs Robert Porter of Bivina. All reported a A"1® time and wishing Mrs. Lindsey many more h-invy birthdays. i Contributed FOR SALE: One Aermotor wind- trill, pump tank and tower, nil complete. J. P. Beasley, Omaha, Texas Mrs. A. A. Hummel Improving Nicely Mrs. A. A. Hummel, who is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 March 1939

mttfor VOLUME 53 NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1939 NUMBER 52 te COMMITTEES ANNOUNCED FOR ETCC CONVENTION Longview, Mar}:ih 28.—'Nominat- ing' and Resolutions Committees for the Bast Texas Chamber of Commerce annual convention. to be held at BcUumont, April 23 24 and 25, have been announced by President Paul T. Sanden&on t f tlhla rtyional cjhambdr'. These two committees Mill meet at the Edron Hotel, Btfiumont, Sunday afternoon, April 23, ia.t 4 otlock Resolution'.1* prepared by the uimndttee on tftat sut'ject will be submitted t'o the genetial ses- sion Monday morning. April 24 for th|.(|r enfiorsemjenlt 'a(ad ap- proMa.1. The Nominating Com mittee will select fourteen busi ness leaders to fill vacancies on the bVivd of dijrectoto amd they will bo pu knitted to the general f.ep-fVjn ^r tpieftr tf^provbl and elecition on Monday, April 24. Sugjf|e®tyoni"i| for directors or rtsclij^ons ito be, ruibmitfied should be in our headquarters office at Longview not iater than April 15....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 March 1939

THE NAPLES MONITOR Published Every Friday t'.y W. R. WATTS • ' 1 ■ one-variety communities and other cotton unproMemeint groups at the Dallas classing office of the Divi- sion of Cotton Marketing, J. R. Kennedy, who is in charge of the Entered as second-class mail mat- office, announced today. I ' in the postoffice at Naples, Representatives of any coUoti 1 exas, under act of Congress' improvement group may obtain March 8, 1879. jets of these ' application form- by applying to the Bureau's of K;; i I (■ SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11.00 SIX MONTHS 60c ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable ot swindling advertisements in sorted at any price. We be- lieve all «ur advertisers to b< honorable and responsible. I any of our subscribers havr found any of our advertiser) not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor t< be notified of the fact Ail bills Texas. payable in Naples TEXAS ALMANAC From jAAA to iZitoc the new Texas Almanac, just published by The Dallas Ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 March 1939

1 * v I ... a- Naples School Notes CITATION UY [PUBLICATION MARY JAYNE WATSON. Editor- in-Chief HIGH SCHOOL NOTES The senior class met Monday at 12.30 to dibcuss several very important things. The class as a v4hcj'\> decided on claps and powuiB. We decided to go to Mt. f/laaHaittt Fomittime tduriki^1 the next week to hatve the senior class picture made. Tuesday at noon plans were discussed for a class social. Najploa won th(ree first plfeces in j'iec'1 (Tration—Jack) Morris, senior boys; Morgan Hampton, junior Iboys; (Billy Ted( Coker. grammar sc'hool boys. Noble Wyninegair, senior boys, William Elewrrli, junicn boys and Mayme Faye McCoy, grammar1 school Rirls, won second place. Hazel S,hankies (wp-nf th^rd place in junior girls. Ruth Harrison won first place iin the ready writers contest. Mary Ann Gamble won first place in story telling. Bill Pearce won first plp.ee in extem- poraneous speech. The tract meet will be held next Saturday in OnrViha. SENIOR CLASS NOTES have |he«n st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 31 March 1939

Wmwm* w% ■ 11 i . rtj I ■■ay- I- 11 I 1 mmMf PP|M "■ v;%.'-"''' I • mm ■%4M ni1* 111J L'.XHU1.. JiltilJLI!!!!11"1 Vf. -1' ^-X rr - - -—;,• 5H=S 2 GES?22*==SHI J. II. Owens was a lbualne*s vi: itor in Sulphur Sprinir# Thurs- day. Mr. iand Mrs. Claud (Jarlton |N!aw (Boston -visitors last .Sunday. ! i Personal and Local Happenings Mrs. Lioln "flhligpem Visited he* daugher, Miss Maryann Thigrpwn, in Greenville last week end. Mis* Viol^ii Hairiision >f Mt Heasant spent tne week fin t with relatives ,n ai.rl rear Naples. IMh-s. Wendell Smith, Mrs'. M. W. Cameron aJid Mrs. Wm. Smith were in Texarkana test Wadn«> day. it 11 ! ['Jlj- Mrs. Vasep Brabhjam <rf AtHaplba visAljed har slfiter, Mr* Vesta McMichael in Naples last F riday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A Walls* jMisa jlrmaa ne Walls vnd Kov Mam m.oho. ere D$ll&3 visi ovs one day last week. IMlr. and Mrs. J. P, Bedell aad Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hines of Dallas visited relatives in Na plots llasfc ISumdajy. < Mrs. S. H. Spurger and littl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1941

-- : KaiHM ktoctIi*'"; ''#4$*$?. PRICE, Single Copy, 5 Cents NAPLES, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1941 VOLUME 56, NUMBER 1 ^ _ - __ Senator Morris Sheppard of Texas Is Taken By Death Texas Loses One of It's Lead- ing Statesmen. Naples to Honor Senator Sheppard With Period i)f Silence Saturday A« a tribute to the memory of Senator Morri* Sheppard. the citizens of Naples will cease all business and a^livi. ties for a. period ofj2 minutes. The fire] iren* will sound at 3 o'clock to begin the siirnce period and two minutes later to indicate the end. BAPTIST CHUKCH KTWU i jThle peopl^ of the nation, es- daughter Mrs. oeciallyNm of NaWs and J!" v ^ ofl Morris ounty were piUmndly ^ 04 shocked on the morning of April 1 ^c,Phia< and .'%«• Arthur a, lwh|enj the information was J * fBtud€nt flashed over the air that Senator Y"' ' Rutland' vt Ke>'ea Morris Sheppard had dtfd early , Senaaor Sheppard was proud of that morning in Walter Herd L re°°rd ,n Con iess' both f« Hospital in Washington, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 11 April 1941

mis' -' f ■ ■ - I THE NAPLES MONITOR : minutes, Juxd only ..thirtyI District meet. They were sup- Publiahed Every Friday Nainutou in vvhfch to )w>i - r, huJfeoBcd *0 pl^ Atlfcnt^, but Ati- •gy _ \y_ \7ATTS' 'ipwchl Ho jj*Ki.scnte<l u wcll-i.r- Unta did not come. They playact guiiized dwoussk n of the subject Redwater instead and were de- in an excellent manner. He hail fettled Kvnly by a flaw poknitfi, several competitors but his real Th'o Mr Is won secpmd pillace in one was Ben Ellington, president the meet. of the Central Union of the Ep-j —n— Entered aa second-class mail mat j worth League. He was keen,* SI.MORS J JdO 41 tar in the postoffice at Naples,' competition" but Jimmi© met him L Wald|ean: attractive, Texas, under act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR 11.00 SIX MONTHS 50c ADVERTISING RATES on ap plication. No objectionable 01 swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We be- lieve all eur advertisers to b< honorable and responsible. If any o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1942

1 ««££>! SfcS ell* i ■ I TEXAS, FIMDAY, APRIL 3, 1942 NAPLES, VOLUME 56, NUMBER 52 PRICE, Single Copy, 5 Cents ELECTION ORDERED TO ELECI My Column MAYOR AND THREE ALDERMEN Atita? •« I Grand Jur Finds Five Indictments By Maxine Price The citizens of Naples all seem to cooporate with each other in the defense progress now going on. When I first came 'to Naples, I notice the flags which showed me all were patrotic. So lets all come together, get all of our scrap iron and send R in to our armies to fight back at, Japan and Germany. This is not a war to be fought by one or two peo- ple we must all geT. in and sacri- fice and pull to keep America. "The Land of Free and Brave" I know all the citizens of Naples will do this for I have been con- vinced by their actions. Spring and summer is now on our heels. We must watch our health and people around us too. Before mosiquitoes and other in- sects come in lets gei together pick up our cans and containers were they will be free from germs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1942

Entered a matter in Naples, Texas, under grew March 3, 1879 SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS Over 50 miles One Year safeguards the rolls cal use. To the taxpayer, a careful study of each pi-r.tjn's circum- stances guarantees -that public i funds are properly spent. For second-class mail those who aie in want, it means the postoffice at that their needs can be better f Con- i aRd that tlie funds available | for their assistance are not di- | verted to 'people wlo do not need help. The war situation has already created special needs for finan- cial assistance and service to vllians, some of which will be met through existing programs. Public assistance agencies thr- jughout the country are at- tempting to simplify their pro- cedures so that investigations may be made with a minimum of delay, and necessary assistance and services may be made avail- able promptly as needed, and without confusion or waste of funds. $1.00 ... 50c ..$1.50 ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1942

V0 •; . ll ...: '"lyFTrt $ . ■ $ ';-lISllS^''':' ■ }A5^jp'. ^ __ ;P;: The Naples Garden Club lies KB The Naples Garden Club" will meet with Mrs. Oaton Heard, Abril !). Hostess; Mrs. Jessie Luster, Mrs. George Roberson anik Mrs. W. W. McNett. Lights of New York by L. L. STEVENSON Soldiers silhouetted against the skyline, guarding the bridges ot the great city . . . Half-frozen but al- ways ready with a cheerful grin for occupants of passing cars . . . 'Elsa Maxwell, looking fit as a fiddle, rushing out of a car—and actually rushing . . . The cop at Park ave- nue and Forty-ninth street bawling out taxicab drivers who make such close turns their tires scrape the curb . . . "Don't you guys know about the rubber shortage?" , . . Bess Johnson walking her pup and having to stop frequently to give au- tographs to neighborhood young- sters . . . The dog steps into some mud . . . and some of the kids in- sist that they get its footprints on their pieces of paper. • • • An alert young man in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 3 April 1942

1 . , V IWiHiili ,.vr E- 5 ' '• V ... ■' ■ TO -• ■ .■ fl| ■■ ■ w • '. '] . 22$*$ I WRIGHT PATMAN'S WEEKLY MEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — x HUKg ■13* KMiucr' • n Ei#.; m: §fe m i 44 To 64 Registrants PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT has set April 27 as the date to regis- ter all men between 44 and 64 inclusive. All males born on or after April 28, 1877, and on or before February 16, 1897, are required to register. Gen. Her- shey, Selective Service Director, said this age group would not be used for military service, but would be classified for essential war production work for the future—if and when needed. The procedure will be through thp local Selective Service Board.* like the three preceding regis- trations with the same penalties for refusal too comply. The Pre- sident will register. SaiMttV* Service SELECTIVE Service Director, General Hershey, has announced that Selective Service defer- ments in the future will depend more on the selectee's civil posi- tion and its relation to war ef-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1942

NAPLES, (MORRIS CO.) TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1942 ■ PRICE, Single Copy, 5 Cents My Column By Maxine Price "APRIL SHOWERS bring May flowers." If that predic- tion is wright we are sure going to have some pretty flowers soon. These showers are not only doing flowers good iHmttor VOLUME 57, NUMBER 1 Navy Relief Society Drive For Morris Co. SetAt $165.00 I have received the follow- I have also taken it upon my- ,ing telegram from Gerald C. .self to set the quotas for the but gardens and crops too. Wo ]\|anrij chairman, Texas Citi- various localities, since other was all glade to see this rain for we needed it. From the way the weather man has been Z. Z. Smith Re-elected Mayor Opposition liesday Forty-&ix v ;tes were cast in the Naples fjity election last Tuesday, in \Mwch Mayor Z. Z. Smith was > c-elected without opposition. j For aldem a >e to be elected — Lem Coker, 0. A. Tabb and E. p. Bryan-were re- elected. | The vote <was-Leon Coker, sens Committee, Navy Relief wise ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1942

The Naples Monitor |b£HIND THE SCENE IN AMERICAN BUSINESS Cosmographer Changed Acid Indigestion Mind About Amerigo Published Every Friday TOM L. PRICE Editor-Pub. Entered as second-class mail matter in the postoffice at Naples, Texas, under act of Con- gress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR $1.00 SIX MONTHS 50c Over 50 miles One Year .. $1.50 ADVERTISING RATES on ap- plication. No objectionable or swindling advertisements in- serted at any price. We believe all our advertisers to be honorable and responsible. If any of our subscribers have found any of our advertiser not fulfilling their agreement we shall consider it a favor to be notified to the fact. by John Cruddock Traylor Russell Announces For District Attorney Ml 1 _ I I I ' i is mm & EaB01$$ ■ I ! Traylor Rusell of Ml. Plea- sant this week authorized an- noncement of his candidacy for the office of District Attor- ney of the 76th Judicial Dis- trict. He issued the following statement: I am announcing for the off-, ic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1942

... ....... _ . .. — WRIGHT PAT MAN'5 WWW- IH zvn j WEEKLY MEWS LETTER WlPfPF CONGRESSMAN pS® fte v-I- mw* ^ ^ i. phip and be out of range in 3 to 8 minutes. THE "YANK" "Pank" will be (he name of a weekly newspaper, "written by soldiers for soldiers," the War Department has announc- ed. Publication w 11 beg'n soo SUGAR RATIONING '(pending before a House Com- "Yank" wiU c.urry no advert:s' Aall sugar stocks will be mittee. j"^ an<' w" edited and PRESIDENT WRITES ^naged by enlisted men It SOLDIERS provide information on tre President Eoosivelt, on Jw< > of the war. Army af- White House stit onery and *'"■ F,°™ Ti " a ^ _ fn„u. . it'.ons. Adolph Ochs and Egbert ovei a facsimile of lis signa- ,,,. .. r . . Ptnn- lino n t ii | White, former staff members itujv, has wr.tten the tollow n „ tirvt. 0i i ox • - m m |0f The Stars and Strides," sugar stocks "frozen" as of midnight, April 27, and individuals will be un- able to buy after Apr.l 28 un- til after registration, which h set ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Naples Monitor — 10 April 1942

§ J? I I 1 I 'Negative* Children Are Coaxed Before Eating i "Nujative" children are the kind who dally at meals, and won't eat ■without coaxing, or without threats, or punishment. They are the kind who burst into tears unexpectedly, or run off and cry, and who run to teacher and tattle. Negativism is normal about the time a child first realizes that he is a person in his own right, and that (he has the power to do what he lalone wants to do. The child, therefore, becomes a sort of rugged individualist. He finds that an easy way to assert this new-found self is to resist the de- mands of his parents. If they tell him to go, he comes, or stands still. If they tell him to sit, he stands, and so on and on. A battle between the parents and the child thus develops which can turn into a permanent pattern of conflict in many cases. The end result, say scientists, is that the child gets attention he could obtain in no other way, and makes himself the center of the family ecene. The cure, the...

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