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Iwas getting slightly less involved in the day-to-day decisions and leaning a bit more on Ron Mayer andFerold Arendour two executive vice presidents. I was still chairman and CEO. Ferold, at age forty-five,ran merchandising, while Ron Mayer, who was only forty, ran finance and distribution. To handle theexplosive growth, we were bringing on new people in the general office. Ron brought in a lot of people tohandle data processing and finance and distribution. The first ones I saw were the mill stores in the East, where the whole thing started. Ann & Hope was inProvidence, Rhode Island, and there were others in Massachusetts and across New England. I went allover up there looking at Giant stores and Mammoth Mart and Arlan's. Another one I learned a lot fromwas Sol Price, a great operator who had started Fed-Mart out in southern California in 1955. 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