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MINES MANAGEMENT, INC. announced today that it has withdrawn its previously announced public offering of 6,000,000 shares of common stock. The terms presented by the underwriters did not meet the minimum expectation of net proceeds.
The Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Glenn M. Dobbs, stated, “While we were gratified with the strong support for the offering, potential pricing would have required unacceptable levels of dilution to current stockholders. We are fortunate that our balance sheet remains strong as we work to advance the Montanore Silver-Copper Project, with approximately US$14 million in cash and cash equivalents, and no material debt. We will continue to focus our efforts on preparations for the underground drilling program and re-permitting efforts as we advance the Montanore toward development.”

Mines Management, Inc. is a U.S. based mineral company focused on the acquisition, exploration, and development of precious and base metals deposits. The Company’s current primary focus is on the advancement of the Montanore Silver-Copper Project located in northwestern Montana. The Montanore Project is a large silver and copper project currently undergoing the approval process and preparation for an underground evaluation and drilling program which would support completion of a feasibility study. The Company is also currently seeking properties primarily in the Western Hemisphere as part of its ongoing growth strategy.

Tallest Man
Tallest Man
The tallest man in medical history for whom there is irrefutable evidence is Robert Pershing Wadlow. He was born at Alton, Illinois, USA, on February 22, 1918, and when he was last measured on June 27, 1940, was found to be 2.72 m (8 ft 11.1 in) tall.

Wadlow died at 1:30 a.m. on July 15, 1940, in a hotel in Manistee, Michigan, as a result of a septic blister on his right ankle caused by a brace, which had been poorly fitted only a week earlier. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Alton, in a coffin measuring 3.28 m (10 ft 9 in) long, 81 cm (32 in) wide and 76 cm (30 in) deep.

Wadlow's greatest recorded weight was 222.71 kg (35 st 1 lb) on his 21st birthday and he weighed 199 kg (31 st 5 lb) at the time of his death. His shoe size was 37AA (47 cm, 18½ in long) and his hands measured 32.4 cm (12¾ in) from the wrist to the tip of the middle finger. He wore a size 25 ring. His arm span was 2.88 m (9 ft 5¾ in) and his peak daily food consumption was 8000 calories.

At the age of nine, he was able to carry his father Harold F. Wadlow, later Mayor of Alton, who stood 1.8 m (5 ft 11 in) and weighed 77 kg (170 lb), up the stairs of the family home.

 
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