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?-«W4 ' *v~tfs t#' £ > rl'<- f-PL.-^. — ^.^_____ „ HSM STAR, M0ri, A ft 1C A MS Al Th«ifsJ<Sry, Pebraflfy 25/ 1954 LASSIFIED ' ^-^Ad» Must Be Ifl Office Bi? Before Publication EM *,W 2.10 «.M ,16.60 „„, . *M 4.00 18.00 J, I IM 1TO ^4.80 , II.W .0 1.80 1.00 1,00 15.00 ^SIPICD DISPLAY 76e pet Ifldi , (We ptt Ifich , 60o pet Inch tot «xv ...-........."(ti'eaufar or tktp- „ will tok* »h« one-day rot*, ally tlatiifled odveriliino cody s accepted until 5 p.m. fof ten. the followlno doy. m tettrvg the rttfht ta .., ,„ oil aav»rt)t*rftenf» of*' i : ,t&T Isublicotlon.oJia to «|*et M! ' '•" pit of ant er man or;: figure* such dt ' " .Humbert count ot one Sbrie/fawvlft .Wont ~v.,........ %r«2fa«edL>i<» wit btfentlon <¥IRSf rinwrtlon of fad and , ONE Incorrect IrS-TAR m» try weokday..iafternoon by rt» Eu/yPalmer, .Prsildcnt 4«WJihbiinwLSeiV'-Tfe* At, .Th*, Star Bulldlnfl , Hop«, A||to s ,.^o«hbiirn?",Wltlr 4 Publlih.r -' ill IW'Jotiat, Managing Editor .i,jo«ind clam mnf»or at fflce'' r at Hope, Arkonjoi, '• » March 3, 1897. •! "Rate* .(payable. In ad- lir ; 'in' Hope Ond nelohbor- J25 3.00 ^COUfH 1 i t r ,._. ^_ ,..„.*• «68 hfftii" ''" " ^"^"^ r ""%* \i An fer i^F','fH''!,3? J '^f° 1 < '1.10 j «,... ._ M • W *ty ®llll!'*0 I-iJ^M 1WBO *' IU *J *Wi •°«!Bfr 1602 SteW his JLjenri,, 505 Texos 72, Texas; 369 N. I. .III.; 60 E. . «N. Y.;.)763 3, City 2, c*f ,^ 1 J Press. .Sated Prow ft entitled ex- i\y to;,the use for republlcatfort ""•-'•'"ol news printed In thlt ' avyell «s gl| AP news ffi$: ti'vg..' Ih'nersprlna " > MaHress Co. Phone 7-3212 Life Ins.. Op, r)ceH^bifl • Health Apcldeni Company fop People". ' VEEI.MA Q088, Place, • ^Wievfres)i l 'Fsbrlc9 ""From MQh8r l 8|l blende/wlth '*"'' WflpH for Spring and S gS%f«-e0h8*fer TalJoi JPWARDU\ l^ljn 9Sr<fet Tallpr Shop d wrspped fpp deep pjj^or/sK bsl$. See, ph Montgomery T, ''A DUAMA 7.4QA4 * »',J'>PJft»»»7'»«l 2 ROOM Unfurnished With private bath. 7-2203, IM! ONfi 5 room house. $26.00 pet month. Near brick y&rd. Photte E, rtfJtt door to Sftj-kef tel r 'See Mike Snyker at Wotel of JYjfJUIR per- EDNA SHOP Phone 7r26lS """ 13 TC 68 STORE building. 100 per cent location 2nd & Mold St. Oil* hnlf of Vogue locntlon. Utilities In eluding air-condition heating, lights, and water. Ample wifidow space. Call 7-2801 Mike Kelly, . 24-31 5 HOOM house. Proving dround road.Modefn conveniences. Garden, Phone 7-4600. 24-3t BEAUTIFUL 2-story house \vlth 3 bedi-ooms, 2 baths, maid's room. Located at Southwest Proving Ground, Officer's Quarters. Call: FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY CO. ask for Charles Baker phone 7-4091. 24-31 3 ROOM unfjjrntshed apartment. " Private bath''&^Eiilr'aHcd/,ABpiy 12 Nfar'ih' Majn, - i ,'M' "' 2 ,Hd6)tf- >; iinfui-n,lshed' » With all bills paid. 020 ' Phone 7-3B44. " 2 ROOM furnished-apartment,; k w private entrance. • Electric^ rej gqrator '^nd'''washing machjrie"; Utilities plaid..Phone For Sate PEA Gravel, washe'4,' -and road ,gravel. Soll.nnd-toasoiiary^and available Phone '" 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. . Fob. • 11-lMo, 40 ACRE farm near fimmet, ArK- ans'as. Nice mode.rh five . room house E. M. Braswcll Pi'escott. 688-Wj ". HAY; Johnson grass & "mixed. -T, S.'-MctJavlft,'"' ?hone V-2ilO. f ' ' -» ' •' ' I 3-ft 80 ACRES and newly decorated house, One pnljojfrom town." $20,* 000. WIH sell'ho'flse'find ik ?>cre£, "$14)000, ft Tfade,for' pine;, tlriiber land. Call 7-5535'. BARGAIN. 1952 qar. ^4,000 milps, Will; selj^t •wholesale. Np^man R. ..Mar.tih; • 1408 South i Pine" Phone 7-3389. ' BABY Chicks. AAAA lilnds, Any -amount. HOLLY GROCERY 02 We^t^rd St^g Grade. -All ', . '.' 19-8t ,, .» Grass"'Hayr*Rcasahabll?.'See 1 Noelj • Nash," 1 Lewisville', 'Arkansas. ,,2d-8.t OVE,R'- SOO' world's,finest, ctajHtoclils and narcissus, 'Some blooming now 1 , See ,} them this-in6nth ' . Athur '- ' O^ 1 KOBE lespedeza 90"per,'cent or, better Germination.-' Scarified and nbn'Soarlfied/,' >' 5 / i ',' ,v V- ' " ">' ' • POTTED v tomato plants, both *tree hybrid, and 're^iars, Complete line ot ptnrden and field' sefcds, '" E. M. MCW'ILLJAMS SEED STO^E ' <r "j. ;,: : 'V23-6t BUy r ;"Cer,tlfied r Black" ' watermelon - seed^ 1 direct , r f»:om. grower,. ,'$1.75. per j )b. • prepaid, 1 Packed in J 1 ,' 5, anrt 10 .Itj, ^bags Bin' Boston, Longdalo.'.ORlahorna.- ' 8 FOOT • meat counter, * ;cqtrtpletje with meat tra.ys. Meat bjocte fo$d chopper. 'Contact JJart>l? ? 'Pay6e v at-Plunkett'Japrell GrQcery/Co. > J 24-3t v . 7% HP. AU. condition, Reasonable. E, N. Gi'jsham, BodcaW.' ' SIX'room-hpuste t6 be movedi-'SO'S Ea.st.'eth' street , Elmer Nejg^ bo^s. Phone 7-3813. • " 2S-3t Political Announcements The Stftf l« authorized to an* ftwifice that the following at« cfihdtddtes for public office tub* jeet ta the action of the Demo- cratlo primary elections. Far treasurer HARftV ttAWTHOftMa CLiFFOftU SVEflS DW10MT Favorite's Tag Goes to Lone Shadow MOT SPRINGS 1*1 A longer rnce and the fast track expected SPORTS ROUNDUP tALBot. NEW YORK, Ml As nothing sets a man up quite like having his judgment of dogs confirmed officially it is not surprising to learn Per County Clerk ARNOLD J. MIDDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONEWE) .BYERS ARTHUR; ANDERSON For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RUGGLES JIMMY COOK IRA T. BROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L, RETTtG Real Estate for Sale WELL located in North part of Hope, this nice, 2-bedroom house. Priced right to sell call: FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY co. 108 East 2nd SI Phohe 7-4881 HOPE. ' ARKANSAS • j. * , . , • ' 24-31 fo Buy CULTIVATOR,f6r "A" John'Deere tractor,'Quote price. ,Wrlte" J. R. 'HftydnKa.,Emrriet > Route 2. 24-6t Wanted to Rent 2 BjEDROOM house. Unfurnished Jimmy Walker. Phone 7-3347. '. ' . 23-3t Notice SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Complete Sports. Other late ne«te. ,KCMC-TV Programs. Phone Dale Hartsfield. Prospect 7-4610, Feb. 6-lMo. VOTE ."'Boley'S: all new Courts" 'when guests arrive or tourists inquire, 2 people $3.00, 4 people $5.00. Feb. 17-1 Mo. We give, the best Prices and best Trades for your old Furniture. HOUSTON CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2261 Feb. 22-lMo. For Sole or Trade LATE t model Ford Tractor, culti- tvator, planters, and distributors, 14'' ihiold board plow and spring tooth harrow, reasonable. Terms ' Elmer May, Bodcaw, Pump Sta. ' 25-6t Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and Inoer- sprlng work. Cobb Mattress Co. 316 South Washington. 'Phono- 7'2622, - CALL, Payne Brothers. House Movers, insured contractors, Public Service Commission number M-1425. 313 central Avenue Stamps, Arkansas. Phone 3-4481 In Stamps, Arkansas. Feb.2-lMo. SEWING, Alterations, and Button holes. Reasonable prices, 23-31 MRS. DALTON GARRETT 824 South Walnut Phone 7-?284 Income Taxes TWO Accountants to help you. JO} East front Street. Farm Bureau OWce, Plwjje 7-3,768. Feb. Real Estate Wanted HAVE facers tor ail L j»t today. United F JQi East Front, Phone 7-8166. Feb. farms. ifl(W ^*F *&fff I N f * * VQUT old fvrniture'J Tjaltea DQMff -.-.-ilSi* 4 ^h^StVSWt PtoM. caU uj fojp.pirtfgjilars. 'By^he Associated Press District 1 Class A Junior Boys ?erryville 30 Sprjngdale 29 Fayetteville 40; Alrfta 22 District 1W Senior Girls Siloam Springs 47; Prairie Grove JElkins 41; Gengry 23 * '-*• Altna 53 . Gravotte • 48 (overtime) Van s Buren 08; Farmington 24 District 2 Class A. Junior Boys Searoy '47; Newport 31 Pleasant Plains 41;'Augusta 35 '•Bald Knob 51 Lynn 37 District 2S Clqss' B Junior Boys Harding Academy 48 Griffithville 32 . ' Charlotte 49;, MoRae 34 Newark 38; H eber Springs 31 Desha 65 Bethesda 27 District 2N Class B Junior Boys Sa)e'm' 40 Caye 'City 33 Oxford - 43; Hardy 35 Willlford. 43; Violet HJ11 39 District 3 Class B Junior Boys McCorrpich ,53'Oak Grove 22 Tyronza 28; Stanford 33 Cash 28; Blggers 27 Amorel 36 Turrell 24 District 5N Class B Senior Boys South Side 83 Flurnerville' 58 Vilonia 63; Mount Vernon 00 District 5N Class B Junior Boys Guy Perkins 54; South Side 28 Casn 42; Mayflower 27 District 58 Class B Junior Boys Deaf School 36 Poyen 21 Lakeside 03; Leola 26 Bismarck 69; Prattsville 21 District 6 Class A Junior Boys DeWitl 24 Stuttgart 20 District 6 Class B Junior Boys Cherry Valley 25; Gillett 21 Cotton Plant 32; St. Charles 10 Marvell 22 Sacred Heart 10 Barton 24 Aubrey 15 District 7W Class A Junlpr Boys DeQueen 37; Arkadelphia 29 Hope 36; Nashville 20 District 7W Class B Junior Boys Saratoga 52 Blevins 46 DeLight 42; Okolona 27 Guernsey 43; Garland City 36 SpringhUl 35 Fouke 20 District 1E Class B Senior Boys Eureka Springs 56; FHppln 53 Pyatt 60; St. Joe 57 YellviLle 64 Marshall 96 Bergman 62 Leslie 52 District tW Class B Junior Boys Pea Rjdge 28; Elkins 24 Greenland 36; Gravette 28 District 3 Class A Junior Boys Marked Tree 37 Manila 31 Harrisburg 41; West Memphis 23 Bay 51; Lakeside 32 Monette 43 Light §1 Alexander 67; Beach Grove 31 Jo^esborq 84 Greene County Tech 13 vil|e 29; Rector 26 4 CJ9ss AJMnlor Boys Paris 30; Clacbsville 2Q 37 Russellville 29 iho featured Malvern Purse. Shadow, owned by the Lakeside Stable, Ing fourth in a was a fast-clds- S^-furlong Inaugural Purse, run over a muddy strip, last Saturday. At the finish, the speedy mare was only n length and a half back of the Winner. Granite Flyrt. ' , Today's feature, a $2,500 allowance race set for six furlongs, was expected to give Lane Shadow the extra distance she needs for top performance. Eight other sprinters entered in the feature wore J. T. Dillard's Eqtiichall Sadie L. Foley's Just Judy; G. W. Fenfroe's Real .Sir; Russell Ashford's Miss Carrier J. K. Houssells' Patitude White Spot Farm's Nynph's Pride; Mrs. J. W, Schmidt's Look Out Jeep; and W. L. Bush's Cow Town, It was the first Oaklawn outing for all contenders except Lone Shadow and Cow Town. <lc' Corps [.finished first in thh S_2fSqo • ,Ncw York Press PQrse;' ycS-* t'ei'duy, but he was disqualffield" aiid: the victory .was .given : t&'; Wismo. '•• ; Wismo,' 'pwried by.: Henyy . Forrest,' was heading forMth6" : leaci -.as the) field er)tered;the-'stretch '\ifh't''. Bugle : Corps' '.bore lout., and 'interfered, /rh'er stewards ''Spotted" the Infraction;-' everi before the' numbers went up on th^ sprint, and'called the foul before Wismo's rider could lodge a claim. • Bugle Corps was placed second Twist, finished third time for the six furlongs over a fast track was 1:12.3. Wismo paid $6.40 to win. Basketball • By Uriited -Press EAST Georgetown (D.C) 56; American U. 49 , Army 68; Rutgers 61 Boston .U. 70; Tufts 57 Cblby 70 Bowdoin 65 Brandeis 74 St. Anselrris 73 Brown 75; Harvard 61 Temple 76; Muhlenburg 65 Providence 88 Upsala 66 '' St.- Michaels 82; Vermont 76 (overtime) Yale 75; Trinity 66. Dayis & Elkins 68 Salem 66 IK,.: mauling and will never bite a child, ; even -one that obviously heeds biting. This has contributed importantly to his rise to the canine White House. Still another thing in the beagle's favor is.that he is neither an especially heavy = or finicky eater. If nothing ; better offers, he is glad to gulp the .table leftovers, and thrives on anything from hominy grits to slightly, mildewed caviar. Beagle owners say that the cocker, b'y comparison, is . very superior about His! diet, and that the boxer Montclaiir (N.Y.) 73'' Tchrs. 94;' '.Queens Dickinson 89; Western Maryland^ 46 ' ' , ' > Pittsburgh 93" Carnegie v Tech 75 Holy Cross 75; Dartmouth 60 Delaware 86; Haverfor,d 68 jPehn State 70'Gettysburg 62 ' '. Lafayette 58 'LeHigh 56 , . Johns Hopkins 68;" Loyola .(Md.) 03 - Maine 04; Bates 62 • Maryland;St. 80; Adelp'hi 61 Drexel Te'ch 80 Swarthmore 43 Wagner 77; Hofstrq 75 .(overtime) Hamilton-87; Union (N.Y.) 65 Bridgeport 63; New Haven St. Tchrs. 55 Stevens Tech 71 Cooper Union 63 ! , St. Mary's 1 77; Washington Col, 61 .(, ,- SOUTH North Carolina St. 5.7; North Caiv ollna 48 ' ' - '. Kent St, 66; Union (Ky.1 58 Mississippi College 74 Florida SoutherA 70 Concord 83; West Virginia Wesley dn .75 Morris Harvey 02; Fairmont St. 85 Ky. Wesleyan 73 Georgetown (Ky) 0 9' IVflDWEST Coe 72; Cornell College 61 Evansville 76; Indiana State. 66 Illinois Wesleyan 90; North Central 79 Louisville 59 Xavier (O) 55 Wayne 77; Youngstown 74 (over- Urn) . Rose Poly 73; Illinois College 57 J. Millikin 97 Westrn 111. St. Tchrs 7. Mankato Tchi's 66; Iowa S|t. ly ih the beagle set. If by any chance you missed an iterti of such moment, the Amer lean Kennel Club announced that it now had registered more of the long-eared little hounds thart any other breed. The exact figures were (1) Beagles 45,398; (2) Cocker Spaniels 43,561. As the cockers had been the champs ever since 1936; and the Beagles had been running second since 1940, this was something like the Dodgers beating the Yankees in a World Scriea. Boxers, which might be compared roughly to the Cleveland Indians, rfimain In third place, but still trying. , The reason the beagles have taken over the top spot, we gather, is that they come closer to being all-around dog than any of the others, including cockers. That, at least, is what their puffed-up owners say. They say that if you want a hungting dog, all right, he can tree you a 'possum and make wonderful music;, in the process. If, on the' other : hand, you merely wish him .to v sit .around .an''apart- JTieht and Jbe-. agreeable, he is happy doing/.tKat,-tbo. he beagle owners snepivthat"a cocker can't go to iis left. v : v..''."•,!..- ';'•• •_.••'•' ^Another/thing a'bout the beagle vyc learn, is that he is. of a placid disposition and loves children, or at least pretends to. He-can stand Results of Ploy in Dist. Tourneys Hope Junior boys eliminated Nashville Junior boys 36 to 26 last night in the District 7VV Ciass A Junior boys tournament at Gur-ji' v8i out of house and 1 . ' of course, many will eat you home. There are, times .more...beagles ..around .the country than the kennel club's figures indicate,-just as there are more cockers. The average beagle owner, especially one who is interested primarily in hunting down game, doesn't care' a hang whether his animal is •; listed in the blue book on Park avenue. The apartment dweller doesn't eithca- unless 'he. thinks he has a show Chrs 57" SOUHWEST -?.., ' Wichit 67; Oklahoma A&M Houston 52; Texas AIM 51 don. In th first game DeQueen downed Arkadelphia 37 to 2?) Junior Class B, Spring Hill; Saratoga 52, Blevins 46; Delight 42, Okplona 27; Guernsey 43, Oarland 36; Spring Hill 35, Fouke 29 Girls 7-W nt Garland: North Heights 44. Genoa 30; Ashdown 37, Umpire 34; Kirby 40, Bodcaw 25; Fouke.40, Delight 26; Saratoga 50; Lewisville 30. Thursday . • 5:00 Sgt. Preston — M 5:30 Sky King — M 5:55 Headline News — M 6:00. KXAR Supper Club . 6:15 Evening Edition Sports •• • 0:30 Gabriel Heatter — M 6:45 Eddie Fisher — M 7:00 Inside Story 7:15 Glenn Miller Music 7:30 Crime Fighters — M • 8:00 News, Bill Henry — M 8:05 Basketball Warmup 8:15 Bobcat Basketball 9:40 Times By Telephone 10:00 Final Edition News 10:15 United Nations Today — M ,10:30 Dance Orch. — M. 10:55 Lets Look At The Weather 11:00 Sign Of£ Friday 5:57 Sign On 6;00 Rhythm Round Up t fi:15~News & Markets 6:30 Hillbilly Favorites 7:00 Alarm Clock Club 7:15 News, Breakfast Edition 7:25 Sports Report 7:30 Calendar Of Events dog or is going in the breeding business,* but the registration total is considered an accurate baro I meter of dog popularity over the I country as a whole. 35 Southwest Ark. 45 Morning Devotional :00 Robert Hurleigh — M :15 Anniversary Club :25 School News 35 Job Call Board :45 Hi Neighbor :55 News :10 Hospital Notes :00 Listen Ladies :15 New Arrivals 20 Church News :30 Headline News — M 35 Johnny Olean — M :00 Society News :10 Strength Far The Day :25 Headline News — M 30 Queen For A Day — M :00 Curt Massey Time — M :00 Headline News — M :20 Guest Spot — M :30 Farm News :40 Church News :45 -Bill Ring Show :00 Noon News 15 Eddy Arnold Show :30 Know Your Bible :45 Market Reports 50 Quartet Time 00 Bible Lession 15 Neshvillo 00 Matinee Moods :30 Ralph Flannagan 45 Spelling Bee 00 Ladies Fair — M 30 Welcome Ranch — M 00 Cousin Carroll Callin 00 Bobby Benson — M 30 Wild Bill Hickok — M 55 Headline News — M 00 KXAR Supper* Club 15 Evening News & Sports 30 Gabriel Heallter — M 45 Perry Como Show — M ' 00 Inside Story 15 Guy Lombardo ' ;. 30 Shopper's Special 00 News, Bill Henry — M :05 Sports Ten — M :15 Dinner Date — M :30 Have A Heart — M :00 Frank Edwards — M :15 Mr. Mystery — M :00 Final Edition News 10:15 United Nations Today 10:30 rrance Orch. — M 10:55 Lets Look At The Weather 11:00 Sign Off Top Radio Programs NEW YORK UP!—Selected programs tonight: NBC—7:su ivather Knows Best; 8:35 Eddie Cantor; 9:35 Jane PickenS. CBS—7 Meet Millie 8 Ray Milland; 9 Return of Mr. Chameleon ABC—6:30 Starr of Space; 8 Whiteman Varieties. MBS—8 Defective Yarn 8:30 Little Margie. KCMC Television Friday February 26th 2:46 Test Pattern 3:00 Woman With A Past CBS 3:15 The Secret Storm CBS 3:30 On Your Account NBC 4:00 Happy Home Shoiv 4:30' Hawkins Falls NBC 4:45 Western Theatre 5:45 The Chimps 6:30 Edwards & News CBS 0:45 News 6:50 Weather 6:55 Sports 7:00 Bishop Sheen DuMont 7:30 Invitation Playhouse 7:45 What One Person Can Do 8:00 Facts Forum 8:30 Break the Bank ABC 9:00 My Friend Irma CBS 9:30 Dilliard's Pick A Winner 10:00 News Headlines 10:03 Channel 6 Theatre 11:05 Sign Off Fights Last Night By The Associated Press Philadelphia — Johnny Saxton, 148'/a, New York, outpointed Johnny Bratton, 150, Chicago, 10. Adverfaeinmt From where I sit ... 6 Joe Marsh There's a /; Rub" in Rusty's Shine Young Rusty Thomas, who's a real nice boy, has set up a shoeshine stand down at the depot. He had,a sign out the first day: "Grand Opening Special—Shoe Shine 5^." Seemed like a bargain so I sat up on his chair. Was kind of surprised as he finished with a flick of his cloth. "There you are, Mr. Marsh," he said, "a shoe shine. Now, shall I shine the other one for 6# too?" . Well, Rusty had me there. When he said a "shoe-shine" is B#, he really meant it. But if you wanted both of your shoes shined, it still cost the regular 10j!. From where I sit, a youngster like Rusty can have his little joke •with his customers. Our beer retailers though wouldn't dream of pausing half-way in their polishing. They co-operate voluntarily with the Self-Regulation proV gram of the Brewing Industry to run their places as efficiently as any business. They keep their taverns as shined up as my shoes are right now 1 : Strong H; dr^ve 33 LET US REPLACE THAT BROKEN AUTO GLASS We replace broken glqsi for oil make; of Car*. Come out and see us today. Her MI install a Uied or Reconditioned MOTOR In your f «r or Now is the time to get that motor for your car or trgck. We have pne for any make or model., We will FINANCE .All or Part of It, See ut now, WYLIE ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^If ^ff ^^^T^ Don't Miss If Saturday; Feb. 27 We're Throwing the Doors WID OPE Everybody's Welcome to Our Big 1954 Baby Chick Day. SATURDAY, FEB. 27,1954 7500 - 10 a; m. .until'gone * 7500 - 2 p. m. until gone SPECIAL OFFER AS LONG AS 15,000 CHICKS LAST YOURS 15 "EALTHY CHICKS FREE OF EXTRA COST .... • %rVI%4iP «"!*•!'your phurchose of $1,00 «ize or larger of LARRO SURECHICK Please bring your own container —- preferably a shoe box. Don't miss it! Be on time and be sure of getting your ch icks, MID SOUTH ,< • . COTTON & SUPPLY BRING THIS COUPON Your Baby Chick Coupon .Larro Hope/ Arkansas Name :.•;......•. Street ..:........ '.:.. Town >; €009 ONLY ^th purchase of ?1.00 or larger sack of

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