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Paris, Texas
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THE PARIS HEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, I960 —9 Paris Ministers Announce Sermon Subjects for Sunday The Rev. Frank pastor of North Paris Baptist Church, will bring the message, "As A Man Thiriketh," at " the 11 a.m. service Sunday. At 7 p.m. Mr. Condray will speak on "How to Be Saved," "LEAD ON SOFTLY" is the sermon topic chosen by the R e v> C. W. Bolin, pastor of Graham Street Baptist Chapel, for his It a.m. service Sunday. "Blessings Come Out of a Receptive Nature" is the subject chosen for the 7 p.m. service. .THE CALVARY METHODIST Church members will observe Layman's Day Sunday. John Monk, Methodist layman and former Calvary Methodist member, will speak at the 11 a.m. service on "Always Be Prepared." The Rev. Jerry Dolleney, pas- Condray, or, will speak at the 7 p.m. serv- ce on "Handling Sickness." THE REV- GENE BURGESS, Presbyterians Throughout the month of Ocio her. Central Presbyterian Church will observe the 400th anniversary of the Scottish Reformation, marking the birth of the Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Melville D. Nesbil Jr., pastor, will deliver a series o: sermons on the therne, "The Heri tage of the Fathers." Beginning this past Sunday, Oc tobcr 2, with the celebration o the Socrament of the Lord's Sup per and a sermon entitled, ''Our Men's Dreams. . .Young Men's Visions," Hie series deals with the application of the principles o the Reformed Faith to the work of today. The series will feature the fol lowing sermon subjects: Octobei 9, "The Sovereignty of God;" Oc tober 1G, Laymen's Sunday with a sermon entitled "The Layman' Role," delivered by Elder Rober Tetens, Garland; October 2: "Lord of the Conscience" and Oc tober 30, "Under Christ, the Head Thereof." raster of Immanue! Baptist Church, will bring the message, 'Forever Amber," at the 10:55 a.m. service Sunday. Topic of the 7:15 p.m. service vill be "Strange Fruit." "NO ONE EXEMPT" is the icrmon topic chosen by the Rev. John McLean, pastor of Carroll Memorial Methodist Church, for his 10:50 a.m. service Sunday. "Foundations of Faith" will be he topic of the 7 p.m. service. THE REV. JOHN SinJLER, pastor of First Methodist Church, will speak on "A Promise and A Response" at the 10:50 a.m- serv- ce Sunday. Topic of the 7 p.m. service will )e "God's Power." CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN Church members will hear the Rev. Melville D. Nesbit, Jr., pastor, speak on "The Sovereignty of God" at the 9 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. services Sunday. The sermon Sunday is the second in a series based on "T h e Heritage of the Fathers." THE REV. 11. L- FERGUSON, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, will bring the message, "Do You Know. . .About the Grace of God?" at the 10:55 a.m. At 6 p.m. a vesper hour will be observed. 'Copter Leaves Gas Station Without Pay BOUNTIFUL, Utah <AP)~Two men casually pushed a helicoplei up to the pumps at Nei! Richins' gas station here Wednesday and ordered him to "fill 'er up." It took 31 gallons, but they flew away without offering to pay. Richins said the men—he didn't get their names—told him they were en route from Idaho to Texas on a crop-dusting job. The city of Clev eland was founded : n 1796 by General Moses Cleveland, head surveyor for the Connecticut Land Co. Land i n northern Ohio then cost 40 cents an acre; now an acre in downtown Cleveland is worth more than $2 million. FOUR DAYS OF CRUSADE REMAIN #t&tok' TO THE REVIVAL PRAY DAILY ... WITNESS GLADLY . ATTEND REGULARLY ! .. SING WITH Steve Taylor And His "Golden Horn" SERVICES TONIGHT AND SATURDAY DR. "J. CONALLY EVANS 7:00 P.M. Evangelist BRING YOUR FAMILY SUNDAY YOU NtED THE SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:40 A.M. TRAINING UNION 5:45 P.M. Seven Nurseries Sunday Radio Ministry-- KFTY, 11:00 A.M.— 7:00 P.M., KPLT C BAPTIST CHURCH OVER A CENTURY OF CHRISTIAN SERVICE THE CHURCH POINTS THE WAY DILIGENTLY PRAY FOR THE WORK OF YOUR CHURCH Grownups forget that a child experiences fear, disappointment and despair even more often than they. Experience prepares the adult for sodden shocks. A child stumbles apon them unaware. And each will breed more bitterness in his heart, if he has not found firm foundation for his courage, perseverance and hope. But when a boy or girl has been given the cinder- girding of religious faith, the dreadful w^monts challenge rather than destroy. Our children pray more often than we realize. They believe more confidently than we suppose. Life teaches them to draw strength from their faith . . . self-confidence from their trust in God, But yon and I must provide them opportunity to acquire faith. And our own example in worship and life must inspire their trust in God, THE CHURCH TOR AtU ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Quitch i* Irw gr<*t««t f*c*&f ft* **rlK for rfx good ettntnihip. it is «pmh>«l nines. VilS»«« > tireac Qmrtfv. iKift>er A-miH.i»cy bof civiliztttc* taa TWr* *re fo*r ry p*rso« fbowld ftad jftrpport B>c Q»trc&. »fx: (1) For Ki» v*n take. (2) For h« childrrn'i MXC, P) For »V utc ei hU CCTntzHKiir/ *bd Mtkrti. (4) For 4>c MCC of aSc Church iH«K. which nt»At t>k moral tntl ntieoal fwpport- Pl*a In ra »o cKnrch rtfoUrljr aed twd fan Bcbls Moods v Wednesday Thurndir Friday Saturday Beak Isaiah Roman* Proverba Chapter Romans fabon U Ticxrthar IS 3 15 M t 4-1* 8-1J 17-1 » 1 TWO-DIME LAUNDROMAT When You Wasfc for l>la»«» You Save Collars and Tim* 1037 North Main 1715 CUrkjyili* 1838 Bonham Street CARLOCK'S FROZEN FOOD LOCKER 2454 Bonham Street NAFE CONCRETE PRODUCTS 1330-6th S.E. Phon* SU4-2iS* CORNER DRUG STORES No. 1 East Side Plaza SU-W621 No. 2 801 Clarksville SU 4-6685 CUMMER-GRAHAM COMPANY Baskets & Wire-Bound Crates FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PARIS FIRST NATIONAL BANK Faithiul Service Slnct 1886 FRY-GIBBS FUNERAL HOME 430 Clarksvilie — Phone SU4-3366 HINKLE LUMBER COMPANY 102~3rd N.W. THE LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK The Bank of Friendly Service ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING COMPANY. 1303 N. Main SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. N.£ Corner Plaza RAY WALTERS Consignee Texaco JChc. WEST1NGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORP. Paris Parts Plant ' LAMAR CREAMERY Buyers — Processorj — Distributor* THE BABCOCK & WiLCOX CO. Boiler Division ParU Work* THE PUBLIC SPIRITED FIRMS LISTED ON THESE WEEKLY CHURCH PAGES URGE CHURCH ATTENDANCE CHURCH SUPPORT CHURCH NOTICES. AND CALENDAR FOR PARIS AREA FIRST METHODIST. MJ T.»m«r, the Rer. }ahn Shcltr, charcb tchonl, 9:30 a.m., wnrthlp icrTlreli 10:SO A.m. and 7 p.m.» Tnuth (rllo^shlp. 6 p.m. Ray Stamen, director of Christian Education. FIRST CHRISTIAN. Ill K. Homlon. lh« Rr.T. Claude Stlnion charcb ichool. 9:30 a.m.* wonblp terTirci. 10:50 a.m. and 7 p.m. yonnE people, froups, 5:30 p.m. BEL.HONT BAPTIST. Mlb NK, tht RCT Perry S. Crowell. Sandair «cUooI. 9:4.S a.m. preBChtnf. 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. tralnlat Dnlon, ft:30 p.m. CENTRAL rHESBTTERIAN, )h« B t T. Melvlllo D. Ntshll, Jr., 20D Chnrcb SI. Snnday sehoali ^:45 A.m.. worship service, II a.m. Junior Hlfh nnd Senior Fellowship, 5:15 p.m. FIRST ASSEMBLY OP GOD, on I.onp IR6 NW. th» Rev Dewey N. Helms. Sunday school. 9:4& a.m. i fforlhlp aerrlcec, U a.m. and 7 p.m. training tinioD R p.m. FIRST BAPTIST tt>7 Chnrcb, Or. Konnld P?jnce> Sunday trhoolr 9:40 a.m., K-orshlp •errleei 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., training untan r f p.m. Royee Cnrlfx, director of youtbi Mrrle Bniden, mlnliter of edacatlnn. GARRETT MEMORIAL METHODIST. 1675 Bonham, inn Her. John Mr.Lenn, Bnn. day Behool, 9:4$ it.m., worxhlp icrvlrrt^ 10:50 a.m. and 7 p.m., yonns ptopltt 1 tronpi, f:3t f. m. niMANUEL BAPTIST, nTl Bonham. thti ROT. Oeno Rnrgrrsj. Sunday nchnol, 3:<5 a m., worship serrlcei, 10:S5 a.m. and 7:15 p.m. training onion/ ft p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN, 410 « K«of. mnn the neT. R. F. Ferfruaon, charrh ichnol. SMS a.m., worship Jfrtlcts. 11 a.m. and 7 f.m., yrang people'* irnnpi, J:30 p.m. DTRLE CHURCH, 411 S. Muln, school, 3:45 a. m., worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., younn raupsi f p. m. BAPTIST, Bloisom, lh« Re» Crldl* Smith, Sunday school, 10 a.m. Wor. ahlp services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union, t p.m. CALVART BAPTIST, 161-1-Stb SE, th« Xnr. J. W. Baker, Snndaj scbool, 9:4S a.m., worship nrrvices 11 a.m. and 7:3<\ p.m. l.AMAR A V E N 0 E CHUnCH OP CHUIST, (37 Kamar Avenue, Elmtr I, 'Roy, mlnlilfr. Blbli study, 9:M a. m., worihlp and communion, 10:30 a. m. youth elafies I B>, m. and eTenlnt. -.worship, f p. m, CALVARt ASSEMBLE OF COD, 74J Lsmar, rhr> Rev Charley K, COT, Sanday school, J:45 a.m., church services al It a.m. and 7 p.m. GLAD TIDINGS ASSEMBLT OF GOD, 1150.16th BE, lha R«T. Lewis Carrlnnlon, Kanday school, ID a.m., worship servler.. 11 a.m. anil 7 p.m. yoglh service. X p.m. CRACK LDTMEXAN, 7»-19lh SK, lh» Xer. A. M, rloytrn, Snsjtaj school, 10 a.m., worship »«rTlc«, i] a,m, fBTTT METHODIST CHURCH, Petty, th« Rsr. O. A. Jnnei, Jr., Sur.rtay worship aervlcts, » scene! Sunday 10 a.m., fourth Sunda; 11 a.m. *nd 7:30 p.m. Sunda; School tl «.,m, second Eunriny. U a.m. tint, »cond and fourth Sunday. PARIS Sunday aerrlrri, people 1 ! FIRST SALVATION ARMT, 228 tnd SW... IL Alhert Baker, Sunday school, 9:4.^ a.m. worship services 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. young people'* groups. 7 p.m. R.4.MSEUR BAPTIST, !t!50-12th SE, th» Rev VV. II. Flihcr, Sunday school, !>:4S a.m., worship services, II a.m. and 7:30 p.m. rtlblo hour fi:30 p.m CHURCH o( THE NAZAUEXE. 1S5. Jfldi N'K. Jlrs. Thrlnia Slnelmnn. Pasior, Sunrfnj* School 9:45 a. m. worship srrvire, llllSO a.m. and 7:^10 p.m, 1'ounjc People's service at S:4S p. m. SrRf.Vr.LAKE BAPTIST CnDRCH, S700 E. Price, tho Rev. Jnmes B. Rutledgs, Sunday school. 9:45 A.m., worship services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. l.AMAR ROAD CHUKCil OP CHRIST, worship services 10:30 a.m. and 7::30 p.m. CHERRT STREET TRESnYTERIAN. 734 W. Cherry, the ROT. Man C. Bnrlon, Sunday school, 9:30 a.m., preaching serv. Ico 7 p.m., Prayer meeting, 7 p.m. GRAHAM STREET MISSION,92.1 Graham St. the Rev. C. tt 1 . Bolln Snndnj school, 10 a.m., Training Union fi p.m. and church services, II a.m and 7 pra OUR LADY OF VICTORY fHORCH, USD ClarkEvllle, the Rev. Ben MTtllwier, trames 8 a.m. and 10 a.m.—Srpte.mber -~May June—August, 7 a.m. and 9 a.m* WEST PARIS CHURCH OP CHRIST, Bnnham and 13th NW, Rnhrrt Roach Hlhlo study. 9am. worship services. 10 a. m. And 7 p. m. NORTHWEST BAPTIST, 1155-13th NW, <h« RUT. W. T. Dnnn, Sunday school, US a.m., worship xr.rvlcei, 11 a.m. and 7:34 p.m. training union, 7 pm PRIEXPSITIP BAPTIST, Trrrell BUI, P.islor, Snndnf worship services* 11 a.m. and 7:15 p.m. NORTH PARIS BAPTIST CH'IRCn. l« W. Center, (he Rev. Frank Condray Kan. day school, 3:45 a.m., worship servfcai, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., training union, 6 p.m. GRACE TEMPLE MISSIONARY BAP. Tf.ST, th« Rrv. Harry Smith. Sunday- school 10 a.m., worship services, II a.m, and 7:30 p.m., training unl'jn, 6:S& p.m. »d church advertisement jet 6 nt ctofleoda POST OAK HAPT1ST, the Rev. O.rsr Rlchariln, Stinrlny Arhnnl 10 a.m., worship 11 a.m., evening s«rvlco 7:30 p.m CHURCH OF CHID. 1104 Rnnfinm St., Ihfl n*v. O, M. r,llbi-rl. Similjiy school, 8:40 a.m., worship services, 11 n.m. anil 7 p.m. cnuncn OF GOD SHERMAN BT MIS- BIOS*, Sunday school, 9i45 a.m. FIRST CIUJHCH OF ClfRIST SCIENTIST, Kanlman and 4lh nw. Sunday school ti3J a.m. and worship irrvlcc, 11 a.m. T10ERTOWN Mt.-rHODIST CHURCH, wor«hir> «ervlceB «t 11 a.m. second Sunrtay, 10 a.m. fourth Suntlay, Sunday School at 10 a.m. tlrr.t. ffconrt and third Eunrtiyj, 11 a.m. fourth Sunday, PATTOWILLE BAPTIST CHURCH, »*» Rev. Jerry Moore, Sunday school I.4S, worship services 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.j (raining union 8:30 p.m. EMBERSON BAPTIST, Sunday school, 10 a.m., worship services, 1) a.m. ann* 7:30 p.m., training union, 4:45 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST. Jrd NE «n« T»- dor L.Q. Wright, Sunday school, 9:45 a. m* worship services, U a.m. and 7:15 p.m, BROOKSTON BAPTIST, the Her John Clay, Sunday school, 10 a.m., worship services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. ATLAS BAPTIST, (hi Bev. WyUa Warrsn Sunday school, 10 a.m. worship sirvteM, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., training union, 7 p.m.* BIARDSTOWN CHRISTIAN, C It « r e k school, 16 a.m., worihrp services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., youth meeting, £ p.m. GLORY BAPTIST, lhr> BIT Flayl Worn, ack Sunday school, v:i& a.m., wsrsah* aervleen, 11 a.m. and I p.m., training on!on, 1 p.m. RENO CHURCH OF CHRIST, Rill J»aM, Bihla study, 10 a.m., worship services, II a.m. and 7 p.m. MOUNT OLrVF. BAPTIST. th« Rev. T.d- dia Oats, Sunday school. 10 a.m., worship • ervtces, U a.m, and 7:H p,m? PROVIDENCE BAPTIST, sb« ««v. J. t. Kldeman Sunday ichool, 10 a.m^ vtrshhj services, 11 a.m. and 7:lo MEMORIAL CHRISTIAN CHtJRCH. M9. 19th NW. Rev. James F. Mntieler Sunday school, 9:45 a.m., worship services, 11 a.m., and 7 p.m., yonlh meeting, C pm. ROI.T CKOS1 EPISCOPAL, Ihs «ST. I. W. O'ConneH, rector, Holy Commanlan, It a.m., Sunday school aad Morning Frayar or Holy Commnaloo, 10 a.m., 5t. Mark's Fellowship I:l{ p m.t Evaahmi Fraf«-r, 7 oVlock. UMTEO PENT1COSTAI,, 15M E. Grova Rrr. H. E. Oerald, Snnday school, 10 a.m., devotion service, 11 a.m., and evang*Uiti< se/vlcs. 7:39 p.m. PETTY BAPTIST CHLTJCB, Petty, fh» Kev Jamr> K, Barnes, Soaday school B:4S a.m., worship services, 11 a.m. a»«i llM I pm,, training union 7 p.m. EAST PARIS BAPTIST, IMt K. HraftoH. lh« Rev. rV D. vTalton, Ssjndar aek««l, B:4S a.m., worshrp services 1J a.m. a«4 p.m., training unloa, <:3Q p.m RKOOKSTON METHODIST CnDKCB th» Hev. O. A. Jones. Jr., worship »tr»- trn first and fourth gunday at 11 i.m. third Sunday 7 p.m., Eundiy (cboo) ftl 10 a.m. each Sunday. CALVARY METHODIST CHURCH, J10» Lamar, the Rev. Jerry Delleney, Sunday school }:4S a.m. morning worship, 11 a.m., MTF, 5;45 ».m. evening worship, 7 p.m. COLLEGE CHURCH OF CHRIST. 103»- !4tn EE, Clanda Robertson, Blhls slndy I:*S a.m., worship services, 10:41 s.m, and C p.m. MOUNT ZIO.N PELM1TIVK BAPTIST, Highway 12, lw» mllss west of Blxsom, first Saturdiy tight and Sunday morning af *ach month. FOREST CHAPEL METHODIST, Cht- eota, Stanley Shannon Sunday school, }0 school, to a.m., worship services U a.m. aad 7 p.m. ARTHUR CITS BAPTIST, th« Rev. N. t. Dickey, Sunday school 10 a.m., worship services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. HOSPITALITY CHURCH OF GOD t>f CHRIST. 631 Tudor, th« Rev. M. B. Bill. son, Sunday school, 9:45 a.m., worship services 11:30 a.m., young people's serv. tea, «:30 p.m. BAPTIST CHURCH, I fe • Rav. Ernest D. Standerfcr Sunday school, 19 a. m., worship services. U a m. amtf 7:34 p. m. tralninx anlom fi:30 >. m. WAXET BAPTIST, Ihs Rev. CUy L*m- herion, Sanday >eao«1, 10 a.m^ worihtsi service* 11 *.m. and I p.m., training taloa, 7 p.m. TXUKVINK CHRISTIAN CEUS.CS. «* Tudor, lh< Rev. R. B. Nicks, HnuOay school 10 a.m., worship services, U a.m. anal I i/.m., ya*ng »*»pl«'s groip, 7 f m, WHITEROCK METHODIST (hi Her. Wayn* Rates, warship services, first and third Sunday], 1C a.m. and 7 p.m. Scnday It a.m. F-F.TTT METHOPIST. Th» Rev. W. N. Carter, worship services serond and fourth Sundays II a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Sunday •ckM) aaca tandsy V* «.rt. XOV1CE BAPTIST, tks Rsv. L»[i Btek' •tsoa, Sanday sclsa«l, 19 a.m. warship serrlcas, 11 a.m. s»i 7 p.m., training i»le» 7 p.m. SEVENTH STREET BAPTIST CHURCH 7th SW and W: WaihlMt», th* Rev. Crowley Brldgn, ^anifay worship strvfrrs, 11 a. m. aid llM ». m. Benday sehaal U a.m. • , ' ' HOWLANTJ BAPTIST CHURCF «••« Und, lha Rev. tV«ndl« Osrrlion. Sanday sehMl, II a.m., wnrskrn senlcrs. 1] a.m. anal I p.m., training n>l«fl, 7 p.m. rORCST HILL METHODIST CHURCH tha Rtv. O. A, Jones Jr.. worship »erv tc* at 10 a.m. (tril and third SuntUyd. »un<lty School U 11 a.m. each Sunday, AMBIA CJTR13T1AX CBtntCB, AnVla. th« Rev. Btll Emery Sunday wonhln services. 11 a.m. SEVENTH DAT ADVENT1JT »»1 •Main. Elder Harold R. Robblns. Worship aervlca'. Satora-ay * a m.. and Sabbath achoo!. 10:15 a. m. Prays/ maellajv Wednesday. 1 p. m. BOUN'DS BAPTIST CHTJRCW, Mis Bar. MarrtD Solnm. Bounds. Snndsj acaa*l* 10 a.m., worship services. U a.m. a»d i p. m. training aalon 1 p. m. HIGHWAY FULL GOSPEi. CHUKCH, Dallas Highway 24. Sunday trrrleaa. U a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Sunday scho«l. 1:41 a.n\., TODUK peoples meeting, Tharadar, 7:30 p.m. COTTONWOOD CHURCB OF GOD. *a Ke> Otha Anderson, Sunday ichaol. K a.m.. worship lerrtce-. 11 a.m. aod 1:M p.m., younf peopled servtca, Wcdnsaday* 7:30 p.m. ST. PAU1. BAPTIST CHCRCH. 4M.M NE the Rev J. H. Harris, pastar Prsach- Inf U a.m. and litt p.m.. 8TT3. <:M ».«• SOLID BOCK BAPT1S7 CHURCB. 1«*1- Sib NW. the Rev D B 8undl«, asslorl Fundaj irtjool, 9:4i a.m.. m>rnl»| worship 11 a.m.. Baptist tralnini Ualia. CM p.m.* avanlni worship 7:30. WEST CAMPBEL1 STREET CHRISTUM CHURCH, Iba Rev H B. Mcks, Charta school 10 a.m., worshlsi nervlcaa, U a.m. aad 7:30 p.m., CYT.. *:30 p.m. MT. ZIUM METHODIST CMUKCB, Ik* Kev W M OlbMin. pastor, S«a*ay ackaxst. 9:4.S a.m. vorihlp icrvleea.. U a.av. aawi 7i» nu m.. MYF,. « B. m. OLIVB BRANCH BAPTIST CHCKCaV the K«v 4. M Salman, Sanday s«a**l. i:JO a.m. noriblii servleaa U a.aa. aaal 1:30 p.m., B.T.D. « pt» " JOHNSON CHAPEL CM.E. CMCllCH, ««Jrd NTS. lha Rev ? T. niampaaav, Snnd»» schonl. 9:45 a.m., moralaj war.' ship I) a. m.. C. T. r. I p. a>. avaanavl vorshlp. 1:SO »m. < CARTER CHAPEL C.M.E. CntCTJlT aW , Rev U C. aril Sunday jelioal, »:*J «.«., mornlnx worship, tl a.m.. C.T J, »:J* pm nvanlni »rnrshlp. > »m. ARTHUR CT T Y CIRCUIT. tb« Bav. t t>. Coawrlxht. Sanda; school, t:4t a.m., .war. ship .lervlcts 11 a.m. aas) llM P.B*H faailk N'lowialp, I p.m E8ENEZEB 4.M.E. CHLTlCtl, !!•*» NT. th* Xsv W. C. 8lovs)l. Sanaa; Kka«l »:J(1 a.m., worship irrvlcss. tl a.aa. aaJ llM p.m.. ACK Lsagna. HM »aav MT. CAJt.MKL BAPTIST CHUBCB.'. ate Kef. It, t. Gray, ••na'ay acka*.. tlil a.lau. woriklp lervlrea. U a.m. aid llM akaa^ BTO, «lM »am.

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