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To Our Readers

The Monitor is undertaking another major advance in the way it produces the paper. The old composing room, which once employed 106 persons in the days of hot-lead linotype and, more recently, a smaller number to lay out pages by cold-type paste-up, was closed last Thursday. Page layouts are now being done directly at desktop computers in the newsroom. You may notice pages of somewhat differing type fonts in the next few days until we complete this historic transition.

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