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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa JO The Odar Rapids Gazette: Mon., August 12, 1974 Television / odd \ NEW YORK (AP) are sports fans and there are sports fans. And then there s “Superfan” — Alan Minter, a Miami realtor. He argues a lot about sports in his spare time, but not in bars, bleachers or stadiums. He currently argues with his fellow fans each week night on radio station WINZ in Miami, has argued with them the past two football seasons Sunday nights on public TY station WPRT and may do it again this season. Ruth shows are called “Superfan” and the formats are phone-in. Minter, 34, who says he majored in history and psychology and minored in English and human relations in four years at the University of Miami, tries to avoid controversy, of course. Rut he will say. for example. he thinks Howard Cosell is “absolutely horrible” or that ice hockey “is an idiot game. . . just a bunch of middle-weights and put ’em on ice. It’s just a fight, anyway.” ♦ * * “Alan is quite knowledgeable about sports and a very opinionated guy, although he often changes his opinion as the occasion merits,” opines George Dooley, president of WPBT and a longtime friend of Minter. It was Dooley who first put him on the air, despite Minters total lack of on-air experience. He installed him in a living room set and let him talk sports with callers, live, for 30 minutes each Sunday night after the day’s pro football jousts were over Dooley, who said he’s considering a third “Superfan” season with Minter, says the idea “ was to have a controversial guy who sort of By .lay Sharbutt - There talks bkt Israel Readies Mob ilization Of Reserve — City Briefs — LAW dinner will be Demos See Passage of Health Bill Schaefer: Damage in City Hall Flooding Extensive the average sports fan, but not like a sports commentator.” And Minter, an avid sports fan who says he played a year of football and three of baseball in college, filled the bill, Dooley said. * * * In the early days. ‘he added, Minter was wont to abruptly end a sports colloquy by telling the caller, “You're dumb, you swine, I don’t ever want to hear from you again” and hanging up. Minter, for whom selling real estate is a full-time job and broadcasting only a pleasant avocation, laughed. He conceded he was brash and occasionally rude in the beginning. but only to drum up viewer interest. “You don’t create an audience on public television without having something extra or different,” he said. “So we just came on real strong when we started and we’ve toned it down somewhat since.” He sa vs he doesn’t delibera- A broken four-inch three feet in the middle, water will have to be replaced. and Retirees A potluck Alatern - Kenwood unit will    l_|«aUU    Rill    No    estimate    has    boon    made    Most    spectacular    evidence    of and business meeting meet at    6:30 p.m. luesday in    Ned    I th D111    '    f .    f    (|    ,    m ,ho ,hl. flooding is a concrete floor held Thursday noon at the Lovely Lane Methodist    •    ,    ,    J*.    i.    .    m    iintpnanrp    room    where church    WASHINGTON    (APl-Scnator    Ic"y    hall    basement,    Hnance in the maintenance room wneie *    *    *    l-ong (D-La,I, Rep. Wilbur Mills    Commissioner Hal Schaefer    said    the water Him    entered    is Mo.    Health services to    correct    (D-Ark I and Rep Martha GHL1 Monday, but he expects the    cost    b,mod, tiP";lld, y_IO    spinal nerve root irritations. As-    hths (D-Mich.) said    Sunday thai    do be high •mo ’    I seriated Chiropractors, Iowa    congress would pass a National Theatre Building.—Adv    Health Insurance bill this year,    main resulted in about two    feet    Damage    Reports *    *    *    However,    Russell    B.    Roth,    im-    mijb    ar>d    water    in the base-    estimate    of School Secretaries - A work-jmediate past president of the j™1* of the Veterans Memorial ^ damage won’t be possi- .................   _    ,yne    shop for clerical personnel in    American Medical    Assn. said    j building on    Mays island early    damage    reports iet ambassador to Lebanon has Conrad of Belle Plaine won two    the Cedar Rapids school district    “We’re not ready    for it yet.”    t"'lHav rnnrntna By United Press International I the Ellis YMCA. Israel made preparations    *    *    * Monday for its first nationwide; Autumn in Door county callup of military reservistsLrcoath Tour, October since last October s war, testing Travc,    and    Transport, the nation s readiness for a new Middle East conflict. The Beirut newspaper An 8747.-Adv. ★ * * Hold Palestinian guerilla leader second-place awards in the re-1 will be held Tuesday from 8 Yasser Arafat that Israel may!cen* Mississippi Valley fair at a.m, to noon at board room in be planning to attack its Arab davenport instead of one third- the board of education building, neighbors in order to freezejPlace P!*ze as previously listed    *    *    * moves toward a Middle East I he Gazette.    Best    Rental    Rents    I    he    Best. all the depart-in the flooded settlement. Israel announced the one-day mobilization in a communique after Sunday’s weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem, but did not set a date. Military sources said the callup could come soon, perhaps in the next few days. *    *    *    -Adv. Fred C. Fisher, jr., Allen T.    *    *    * Yarowsky, William I). Martin. Breakin — Calvin Ohlhauser and John H. Ehrhart. announce 521 Seventh avenue SW, report-they have moved their law of- cd someone entered his home I flee from 415 Granby Building through a window over the i to 420 Paramount Building. — weekend and stole several items Adv.    valued    at $105, including two *    *    *    radios. Friday morning. ... ..    ,    Water    service was restored to received ti oui Mould Push    the buildinR by    about 8 p m    ments    located Caspar Weinberg,    secretary    Friday, and workers spent the    arca of health, education    mid web!weekend cleaning    up the mess. “They should    be    funneling    in fare, said the administration    Things appeared    near normal    during    the next    day or    two.”    he would continue to push its plan Monday morning.    said. under President Ford as it did    Damaged Areas under Nixon.    The    city’s data processing    Ic A former HEW secretary, Wil- equipment and the county civil Coggon IVIdM ii bur Cohen, said he was sure defense apparatus escaped Ford would view a National damage, but printing equipment Health Insurance bill sympa- jn jde rnultilith department was    C6f Accident thetically.    under water and probably dam- Reminded that as a congress- aged to some extent.    Douglas    A.    I’    alconer, Coggon, man. Ford opposed Medicare, several file cabinets in the has been charged with disobey- Charged After ,    See    Women’s    World    in    Classi-    *    *    *    wpinhnronr    caid    that    nnhlrn    .    ,    •    I •    ,    .. The decision for a national:(id.    Patterns, Needlecraft, Monday 8:30 scratch league    •nS    admlnistraHm    buildinR    deParlmcnl’ and their mg a stop sign in connection mobilization follows weeks of sewing Machines, etc. It hap- needs men bowlers. Rancor bj|, h effective cost control " contents' W('r<‘ imaged by the with a '"“-cat accident Sunday |warnings by Israeli generals pons even dayl-Adv.    '-anes.    JM-I5M.-Adv.    s    enct,Ive    .c®s‘.con"?1:    water.    "■»*•* »h“*    a    "*« !that the Arabs may launch an-;---- |other war within the next year.    •!    C The cabinet communique said V-/OUnCl I bGSSIOfl advance notice of the 24-hour .civ try lo insult a caller, but exeKrcise wi" ■*    •?    fo!piRn both shows -have kind of a |e">bassies and    Y head- ! quarters in the region. Is Expected on Firemen Issues Lanes. 3 -1506.— dv.    The group was laking part in ^    . a special hour-long discussion I ? lune Gone . lichael Crabb.i0f ]\rajjonaj Health Insurance on twenty-seventh street NW, ^ program “Meet the Magistrate Court Television Listings 9—KCRG-TV, Ceder Raptdj 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids z—KWWl-TV, Waterloo 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WHBF-TV, Rock Island 9—WOC-TV, Davenport bar-room atmosphere and ,    .. .. T . . they can insult me back. ITI LAt. ,hcJ s r,a c 1' lake anything as long as they J"oreign Munster Algal Aion ,a meeting to discos manpower don’t go too far and I don't go bnefed the cabinet on hls ,alks problems with firemen. Safety too far with them INe had lin Wasbi"8">" 'aal week about Commissioner James Steinbeck guys purposely bail me. but j,hc next P°;sslWe moves "    ..... ! peace negotiations.    , Fjre fjghters askod ,he fu|| The Israeli national radio council for the meeting two said the U. S. had proposed I weeks ago, prompting a corn-five separate plans aimed at a (plaint by Steinbeck that the partial settlement between [men should have first talked emp^oycs m€e* Tuesday ^or Israel and Jordan.    over their problem with him or a 12:30 p.m. lunch at the Long- Israeli newspapers said Secre-1 Chief Edsel McMickle.    ^    ^    ^ tary of State Kissinger told    The safety commissioner said »    »    hark at PeeN Israel that Jordan is prepared he met Friday with the chief. Tups *^p(j “ Thurs.. Pen’s Ho start negotiations.    members of his staff and repre- Dpaljtp salon 112 '’9th St NF The English-language Jerusa-f"* of local ll. Interna- !“ ^    “ 5t’ lem Post said Kissinger's recent ^o*1 Assn. of Fire Fighters, to    *    *    * talks in Washington with Jor- talk about ,he groups com- Metro-Kiwanis — Members danian Premier Zeid Rifai laid plaints    1    will    meet    Thursday    to work on I the groundwork for the    future    Steinbeck    said the firemen !the cabin. negotiations. King Hussein of;are concerned about a need for___ Jordan is currently in the U. S.    a minimum    number of men on    QIII capital.    duty at all    times, and about    III    filglll rl«CC$ Egyptian Foreign Minister Is- proposed overtime pay related mail Fahmi headed for    Wash-to keeping    that number on ington Monday for a one-week hand.    MCGREGOR — “It was night which injured a woman. Pamela Chapin. 22. of 5314 Holly avenue NW, was treated for minor injuries at St. Luke’s hospital and released. She was a passenger in a car driven by her father. John Chapin. Police said Falconer ran a stop sign at Jacolyn drive and E that’s good. too. * * * “I think the people who call my show, for the most part, are far more intelligent than the ones any other talk show host gets on sports, politics or any subject.” Did he get many threats of bodily harm in the early days from outraged fans? “No, as a matter of fact. I didn’t.” said Superfan. “I don’t think I come off that way. I think most people go along with mv act.” told police $60 worth of eight-1 press track tapes were stolen from his; car while it was parked in the:    “Compromise    ___ Meth-Wick Manor parking lot j Long and Griffiths have both; Tho city council may schedule Sunday.    sponsored    medical bills differ- Drug Charges Against * *    .    mg from that of the adminis    Pair    Are    Dropped “House    on the Rock”    August Hration and Mills said “a com-    M    ....... 17 Round    trip    Bus fare    lunch promise will have to be devel-    Two    persons appeared    in    avenue    NW, striking the Chapin m said Monday.    dinner,    admission,    included!    oped. We ll take from all these magistrate's court on charges of car as it was going west on h Travel & Transport 393-8747.— hills what we consider to be the possession of a controlled sub- avenue. good things in them and come stance.    -* *    *    *    up with something that will be    The    information against    Don    Rites    Are    Wednesday NARFE    -    Retired    federal I accePtab,e t0 the President and    Washington, 386 Fifteenth street;    ^    C~v*«n 70 the congress.”    SE, was set aside Thursday. He ror Wirt aexTun, /v Weinberger said that Modi-1 was charged with possession of CENTER POINT — Witt P. care had been inflationary and j marijuana May 17.    Sexton.    70.    a    retired employee Roth commented “any of these; The charge against Merle An-,of Ix?F'ebure Corp., a retired bills would be inflationary.” 'derson. 1033 Oakland road NE,!farmer, and a resident of Center was dismissed Thursday. He Point 28 years, died Monday at Griffiths noted that “health care costs are rising at a 28 percent annual rate because the marijuana July 8 doctors and hospitals fear a lid will be put on what they can charge.” Roth said “the profession is not going to price itself out of the market. Federal legislation does not provide medical care. It’s doctors and nurses and the was charged with possession of his home north of Center Point. Born Nov. 20, 1903. at Sevier ville, Tenn.. Mr.    Sexton was a member of the    Shilo    Baptist church in Sevierville. Surviving are two daughters. .    Alice and Cora Sexton,    both of nue SE, pled guilty in magis-    Hiavvatha; four    sons<    Harold Sentence Suspended In Gun-Pointing Case Roy Bettison, 883 Fourth ave- of 8—WKBT, La Crosse IO—KROC-TV, Rochester 12—KIIN-TV, Iowa City 13—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40—KDUB, Dubuque c.v,    uiiv, _|trat(Ls court t0 a cbar8e u‘and Willie, both of Cedar Woman Spots Fire ancillary services Who provide    ...i! f^av^susnmded RaPids; Jack' CogB°"' and Ben‘ I-    -.j:..,    ....    was    gtv<n    a    itmay    suspended    jamin    |[lawalba;    a    sjstcr    Mrs. medical care The federal government does ^all s€n^enc?'f Monday Night 6:00 9—Eyewitness News 2—Action News 7—News, weather, Sots. 3— News, Weather, Sots. 4— News, Weather, Sots. 6—6 O Clock Edition ft—News, Sots . Weather IO—News, Weather, Sots. 12— Eorthkeeoina 13— Eyewitness Ne 40— Newsline Tuesday Morning tews 6:30 9—Andy Griffith 2— To Tell Truth 7—Sanford and Son 3—Let s Make a Deal 4— Dusty s Troil 6— Hollywood Squares J—Nashville Music IO— Bobby Goldsboro 12— Consultation IF— Sanford and Son 40—Celebrity Tennis 7:00 9— Rookies 2— Gunsmoke 7— Baseball— Pirates Reds 3— Rookies 4— Gunsmoke 6 — Baseball— Pirates Reds g— Gunsmoke IO— Baseball— Pirates Reds 12—Pro Tennis 13— Baseball— Pirates Reds 40— Room** 8:00 9— ABC Movie— Carpetbaggers 2—Here s Lucy 3- ABC Movte- • Car,, Jaggers 4 - Here s Low', I— Here s Lucy 40— ABC Movie -‘Carpetbaggers 8:30 2—Dick Von Dyke 4— Dick Von Dyke 8— Dick Van Dyke 9.00 2- Medical Center 4— Med ial Center I- Medico! Center IO OO Action News News, Weathe News, Weath* IO O Clock fcd News. Sots , Wee News. Weather, S DOV O' Nigh! Eyewitness News sd’S. Sots 6:30 2—Summer Semester 4—New Zoo Revue 8—Summer Semester 7:00 7—Today 2—CBS News 4—CBS News 6—Today 8—CBS News IO— Today 13—Today 7:30 9—Romper Room 8:00 9—New Zoo Revue 2—Copt. Kangaroo 3—Music 4—Copt. Kangaroo 1—Copt. Kangaroo 8:30 9—Morning Show 3—Sesame Street 9:00 9—Mike Douglas 2—Joker's Wild 7—Name That Tune 4— Joker s Wild 6— Name That Tune 1—Joker s Wild IO - Name That Tune 13— Name That Tune 9:30 2-Gambit 7—Winning Streak 3— Cartoons 4- Gambit d—Winning Streok 8 - Gambit IO Winning Streak 13— Winning Streak 40 -Galloping Gourmet IO OO 9 - Ail My Children 2—Now You See •* 7—High Rollers 3—All My Children 4— Now You See It 6— High Rollers 8—Now You See It IO - High Rollers 13- High Rogers 40— Not for Women Only 10:30 9— Brady Bjnih I it of Life Hollywood Squares Brady Bunch Love of Life Hollywood Sauores Love of Life Hollywood Sauores Hollywood Squares Brady Bunch j12:30 '    •—    Let s Make a Deal 2—As the World Turns 7—Jeopardy 3— Let s Make a Deal 4— As the World Turns 6— Jeopardy 8—As the World Turns IO—Jeopardy 13—Movie 40— Ltt’s Make a Deal 1:00 9—Newlywed Game 2—Guiding Light 7—Days of Lives 3—Newlywed Game 4—Guiding Light 6—Days of Lives 8—Guiding Light IO—DoyS of Lives 40—Newlywed Game 1:30 9—Girl in My Life 2—Fdge of Night 7— Doctors 3—Girl in My Life 4— Edge of Night 6— Doctors 8— Edge of Night IO— Doctors 40—Girl in My Life [stay and Beirut press reports: He said the question is one case of just being in the right not "set'costs' ltVVhe"doctors said Syrian    Foreign Minister I    that should be discussed with    place at the right    time.”    re-wh0 do that    You    have to    look Abdel Halim    Khaddam would    the full city council, and he ex-    marked Mrs. Frank    Davis,    jr.,    to the physician to    be the guard- JuIy 22 follow soon.    poets a letter from the firemen    of rural McGregor,    after    she    jan of your    pocketbook.” f Both Israeli    and Arab leaders    soon asking for a meeting.    spotted the beginning of a    fire ^received assurances from Pres- Steinbeck said the firemen in the barn on her family’s farm T 1 T 1 J ident Ford over the weekend want time and one-half pav for Saturday night.    * O* * r&QTGCI ',ba‘ A™ri“n poar e,ff0r,s in overtime.    Mrs.    Davis had just gotten After Drinkina the Middle EaM mil con mue "I suppose they're not asking home after leaving her night job .    ,    ,    •* for something that every other at a restaurant in McGregor. A rQHlt TnIf)HGT ! city employe isn’t already get- fusebox in the two-story barn ting.” he said. Ex-President of Korea. Bishop Get Sentences Ford Renews A seoul, south Korea (AP) Sadat Invitation military court Monday sen tenced to prison a 76-year-old CAIRO (AP) had been struck by lightning I sparking the fire which she noted just as she arrived home. The fire did not spread to the straw and hay kept in the second story of the barn. The Mc- President Gregor fire department con former South Korean president    new    administration    has    fined    the    fire    to    the    first    story 9- ?: 3- 4- 6- 8- 10- 13- 40- G*n*ral Hospital Price Is Right Another World ■General Hospital Price Is Right Another World Price Is Right Another World Another World General HosDital and a Roman Catholic bishop rcnewe(* tbe invitation to Egvp- where it did minimal damage, convicted of helping an alleged ban J resident Sadat to visit the according to Mrs. Davis. U.S. before the end of the year,    __ the official Middle East News Agency reported Sunday. 2:30 *9— One Life To Live 2— Match Game 7—How To Survive a Marriage 3—One Life To Live 4 Match Game 6 How To Survive a Marriage 1— Match Gome IO- How To Survive a Marriage 13—How To Survive a Marriage 40—One Life To Live 3:00 9 $10,000 Pyramid 2— Tattletales 7— Somerset 3—$10,000 Pyramid 4 -Tattletales • 6— Somerset 8 Tattletales IO— Somerset 13— Some-set 40    $10,000 pyramid student plot to overthrow the government and set up a Communist regime. The defense ministry announced that the three-year (sentence of former President Yun Po-sun was suspended for live years. The announcement did not mention a suspension of a 15-vear sentence given to Bishop Daniel Tji of the diocese of Wonju. east of Seoul The ministry said last week One-year-old Etienne Turner was treated at Mercy hospital and released Sunday night atter drinking some paint thinner. The tot. son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Turner. 1945 B avenue NE, was rushed to the hospital after being given emergency first aid by firemen who were called to the home. .    .    ...    ..    Crockett Flynn; two brothers, He was charged with pointing R(,n A Md’John s    a„ a.,8™ at Stephen Washington of Sevjervill€; n grandchildren. and three great-grandchildren. 7~    Services; 2:30 Wednesday at Man Fined $50 on the Murdoch chapel in Center Charqe of Assault Polnl Bunal; ('cdar Memorial *14 r* j- >eo, cemetery, Cedar Rapids. Allons Rodriquez 1507 Fifth Friend •    „    ,h    ,    , avenue SE. was found guilty last af    riesdav. week in magistrate s court on a charge of assault and battery and was fined $50 and costs. He was charged with assaulting luois Summerville July 12. Graduates Surgery Set    Michael    Campbell,    son    of    Mr. DES MOINES — Chief Clerk and Mrs. Ted Campbell, 4230 William Harbor of the Iowa Culver street NE. was graduat-house will undergo open heart ed from Northeast Missouri surgery at Clarkson hospital in State college. Kirksville. Mo. Omaha Wednesday, according Friday with a bachelor of to his office here.    science degree Spotted Inside Store, He Leaps Through Door Goldwater: Cut Federal Pay 10% I 40- 11:00 Re$t 10:30 CBS Movi* M.rofl* in Bo T ontght Wild WHO West Ton,Oh- ■ CBS Moyie Miroti* in Bo Tonight David Sujsk'nd T anight Pasiwofd Voung ant Jot kpo* Paijwo»d young ong Reifier* Jackpot you*- j, and Restless Jock OC* JOCkDOt POSiWQf a 11 30 ll OO 9 I v n * 3 - New% 40— Newsi VV* O' eiebn* ■ weeovk *vf-i,viav elect , weepitok t Seco 3:30 10- 4C 4 OO Star I ' Ck Dr Ma* Room 222 Movie Mike Doughs Jeonme BrwitctiCd Not for Yeomen Onl$ PlQDPV Western Star$ Bai Me Oa1 Bor Boone ' on/e I steroger <, “r v Cr iffm aits West 4:30 B g Va Bewitch t ■ Sts a mf Pioneer WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen ator Goldwater (R-Ariz.) has proposed a ll) percent cut in all federal salaries — starting with .    .    ...    .the $200,000 a year which Pres- A 19-year-old youth who    broke    ident Ford will be paid — as one through a plate glass door    when    way j0 fight inflation. „ _____ _________ j uas cau8j)t inside Killians Goldwater. leaving the White that Bishop Tji had pleaded ^partmerit store early Monday ijouse Sunday after meeting guilty in the case.    [Jas ^een hooked on a charge of vvith F’ord. told reporters he felt ^ un followed    the    late    Syng-    breaking and entering.    the country was headed for eco- man Rhee    as    South    Korean    Mike Carlton. 1006 Pawnee    nomic “disaster if we don’t president after student uprisings:rfrive NW, is in Linn county jail straighten things out.” against election frauds brought under $10,000 bond. He was    jy ncrcent federal pav down Rhee’s regime in 1980. treated at St. Luke’s hospital for cut he ^ *hould include saJ. Park overthrew Vims govern- lacerations suffered when he arjes pajd ^ congressmen and ment a year later in a bloodless Jumped through an inner door t0 * mv ^ _ the military ” armed forces coup. Park was at the department store.    ..j d()n t know any otdpr stpp <i major general at the time. Police said Carlton was cap- to control monetary inflation,” ------ tured in the building about 2 Goldwater said Juveniles Face    no    .niesediy    on--- tered the building by breaking a Several Cnarqes hole in a false ceiling in the entryway on the Second street Three juveniles are charged side of the building, with larceny of a motor vehicle, Merchandise recovered ingrand larceny, possession of a eluded five guns and a pair of wxurolled substance, and with binoculars, according to police being runaways after they were reports arrested Saturday night.    _____ The two boys and a girl, all n    ,    r Police Look tor JCPenney OO 11:30 9— Wiiq 3-eoft 4- Rokk 40— To Be A ■ id Vt Wage. Tuesday Afternoon 12 OO aged 15. are accused of stealing a car belonging to Ruth King, 1805 Higley avenue SE, Wednesday, and with stealing $187 from the girl's parents They are also accused of having some marijuana in their possession. 12 00 7 - Lev* vVord 7 Tomorrow A Tomorrow IO— Tomorrow 13— Tomorrow 12:30 4 -Country Mujic Bullfighter Dies BARCELONA, Spain ' AP My 12:15 11- Cc A Portuguese bullfighter has t>e-come th*- first fatality of the spanish bullfighting season Doc- Breakin Suspect Police are searching for a male .subject who fled on foot after an attempted burglary about 9 p m. Sunday night. A witness reported siring a youth break a window in a garage door at Carl s Standard Service. 3988* First avenue NE The youth fled Across First avenue and disappeared into a wooded area when he realized NB' ABC tors ‘.aid Monday Jose F alcon, he had been seen 51, died during the nigh* several hours after he was gored The broken lued at $275. window was va- Read Entertainment Paqes Daily Via The Gazette IO YEARS AGD Dwight Eisenhower pledged full support for the Republican ticket saying Barr Goldwater bad made Gear that if elected he would follow the basic policies of the Eisenhower administration DR. CRAVEN DfNTlST PRACTICE LIMITED to DENTURE WORK 113 lit A** SE, €*dof Ropidi, la. Dai Mom*! • Moioa City Sioui City ~S JCPenney Pixy portraits are enough to make anyone smile. Only 1.69 for a 5 x 7 or 4 wallet sizes of same pose in natural color. • No appointment necessary. 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