•.v,*' LASSIFIED In Ofiicfi Day Before Publication .j» d Wit! 9* Acc*«*d jfta And Ateoow AltewM WlfH ,TM • Account U i» I* ffaMt E*yi ,00 i.so l.M But tte« D.j-iKouth i.60 4.60 2.00 160 Fbr Rent .MOM STAR, HO PI, ARKANSAS 2 ROOM unfurnished apartment with private bath. Close-In. Phone 7-2205. li-tt . 6,00 Wfl, 2.40 8.50 4.00 4.&0, 1.00, 1,00 DISPLAY 7,60 9,00 10.60 12,00 11.50 1B.OO 5c per Incfc , 60c per inch LTimea/.i....,.',..,r....... 50o per inch • i-Quoted above are for eon* i 'I«ertl6ns. 'Irregular or «klp- ... oat Will take the one-day rote. Ml dally classified advertising copy ' ' ' cee&Wd until 9 p.m. fof ' ths following day. r _JI«hen reterve lh« right to — -or Mt all cidvertltemenn of- 'Ind'ior^btlcdHotl and to reject ^,., «bj«ttionabl» odvertlilna "• tub- it* of 'dm or rnbr* lettart, , . of flouret «uch 01 noum 5?t*ltphon» ntirnbw* count at on* r _ $Jar will not b* rnpon. 8 fOf error*. In Want Ad» unttu 'i-.are callid to our attention ..f FIRST , Inwrtlpn of ad and I for ONLY th» ONE Incorrect itob. 'PHONE 7-3431 ' AVAILABLE March 1. 2 bedroom apartment. 402 South Hervey. See O. L. Bowden. 28-3t FURNISHED 5 room house. Middlebrooks 3791. Grocery Phone 7» 27-3t 3 BEDROOM hdtiBe.Partially furnished, Excellent Condition; Nice neighborhood, PhOfte 7-3705 alter 6 p. m. 27-tf Announcements The Star is authorized to an- tiounce that the following are ftahdidate* tor fjubllc office subject to the action of the Bemo- cratlc primary electtoiii, for Treasurer HAftftY HAWTHORNE CLIFFORD BYERS DWIGHT RIDGDILL For County Clerk ARNOLD J, M1DDLEBROOKS JOLLY (AMONETTE) BYERS ARTHUR ANDERSON FURNISHED 3 room apartment. 411 South Elm Phone 7-5526 or 7-3138. l-3t *r;[of ' Hop* 1899» 'attd January ^ 1927 18,^192* 3 ROOM furnished apartment. Private bath. 203 High Street. Phone 7-3174. l-3t ROOM furnished apartment. $35.00 per month. ,1 block of town. Phone 7-2153. Adults only. l-3t ROOM house. 1102 East 2nd street. Can be used as a duplex. Call Mrs. Carl "Brunei-. Phone 7-4343. l-3t CITY Cafe With all furniture 'and fixtures. . 1-31 FOSTER-ELLIS REALTY.)'GO. 108 'EAST SECOND STREET,' HOPE, ARKANSAS :MODERN ',5' room unfurnished house. Inquire at Atkins Grocery on Proving Ground road. l-3t sMiKJ, every ..weekday afternoon by TSTAR" PUBLISHING COj, • M«x^ H.i Washburn, Secr-Trn. >„»»' The Star BuildingV< II2.?J4- /South iWalnut SIMM, T'A>< I »j<*pe,- Arkarua* "> , ( H tyaihfaum; Editor foal, H. Janet, Managing Editor ' e^W. Hatmur, Meeh. Supt. i : ?;'Da«l*, Advertising Manager <U 'second class ,'mattor at sr Office at' Hope, 'Arkansas, Ho Act of March 3, 13.97. of ,th» Audit Bureau at , Circulation! . ">' tflptlor) Rotei' (paya *H . . '• f 7 , In'Hope and " In 06- ijghbor- in ; Hemp»t«aa] KHoward, ond Mill nrnl ;-Aioh»h» nth«.-..<t .83 1.60 ... 2.60 4 50 /other mall — '- uo 3.25 6.50 13.00 t'l ; Advertising Representatives; o» DaHIIos, Inc.; 1602 Storlck Memphis 2,,Tenn., 505 Texat Bldo.,,Dalla»' Z f Texas; 360 N. hlaan Aye., Chicago 1," Jll,; 60 E. id?St u 'HeW York M, N. Y.; 1763 ' "• Detroit'"2, Mich.; Oklahoma City 2, NEWLY Doc-orated, 3 room apartment. $20.00. Share bath and utilities. 816 West 4th. Phonu 7-3152. 1-Gt For Sole PEA Gravel, Washed, and road gravel, Soil and masonary sand available Phone 7-2559, Jesse Sinclair. Feb. 11-lMo. 40 ACRE farm near Emmet, Arkansas. Nice modern five room house E. M. Brasw611 Prescott. Phone 083-W. Feb. 1-lMo. For Sheriff and Collector W. B. (Bill) RtiGGLES JIMMY COOK IHA T. BROOKS Alderman Ward 3 B. L. RETTIG Wanted to Buy CULTIVATOR for "A" John Deere tractor. Quote price. Write J. R. Heyenga, Emmet, Route 2. 24-Ct Notice VOTE "Bolcy'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. HOI/STON; CITY FURNITURE CO. Phone 7-2201 : Fnb. 22-lMo. COX'S Cafe at Fulton will serve Turkey dinner, Sunday February 28., $1.00 p.er plate-plus drinks. 26-3t 9th Title Go for Carter BY MURRAY ROSE NEW YORK IJfc-The fighter, somt' experts said wouldn't hold his title a year, engages in his ninth championship contest on Friday night in Madison Square Garden. We're referring to Jimmy Car-j ler, the solid-punching lightweight] champion from New York Who is a 3-1 choice to beat challenger Paddy DeMnrco in their lf>-round bout. Tagged by some as a "cheese Champion" after he stopped Ike Results of Disfrict Jurnidr Tournaments Delight defeated Lewisville 42 to 28 to capture the District 7W 'B' boys tournament at Spring Hill Saturday night. The all-tournament first team in- Williams to win the crown nearlyt™^ 1 ^!™ three years ago, the pokeMaced Negro goes into the scrap with thece straight knockouts in title fights to his credit. The 9 p. m. (CST). bout will be broadcast (ABC) and (NBC) coast to doast. telecast El Dorado Gets Nod in State AAU Tourney CONWA Y .— . The • week-long SUBSCRIBE Texarkana Gazette. Best-in-Readlng material. Complete sports. KCMC-TV programs. Phone 7-4610. Dale Hartsfield. Feb. 5-lMo. Income Taxes HAY, Johnson grass & lespedeza mixed. T. S. MoDavitt. Phone 7-2118, 3-tf 80 ACRES and newly decorated ' house. One mile from town: $20,000. Will sell house and 13 acres,, $14,000. Trade for pine timber • ,lahd. Call-7-5535. Feb. 10-lMo, ninal Bids., of the Associated Press; Pdated Press is entitled ex* . to the use for repUblicatiqn I, the local news prfnKd in this newt ^ MATTRESSES" &MW ;or Made Into Inn'ersprlng ppl'WorK Guaranteed M™ r>«. Pay service', , DAVIS . [furniture & Mattress Co. Street Phone 7-3212 OVER 500.world's finest daffodils and narcissus. Some blooming now. See them this month and next, Arthur Gray, Ozan. 22-8t NO. 1 -KOBE- lespedeza 90 per con,t or better Germination. Scarified and non Scarified. » ^ ' POTTED tomato plants, both tree hybrid, and regulars. Complete, line of garden and-field seeds) E. M. MCWILLIAMS SEED STORE 23-6t TWO Accountants to help you. 101 East Front Street. Farm, Bureau Office. Phone 7-3766; Feb. 9-lMoj Real Estate Wanted HAVE buyers for all size farms, List today. United Farm Agency. 101 East Front. Phone-17-3766. ' Feb. 9-lMo. Services Offered MATTRESS renovation and"innpr- spring work. Cobb Mattress Co 31C South Washington., 'Phone & r ! v Feb\ lilMo. BUY Certified , Black .Diamond watermelon seed direct from grower. $1.75 per Ib. prepaid. Packed In 1, 5, and 10 Ib. bags Bill Boston, Longdale, Oklahoma. Feb. 24-12t JOHNSON Grass Hay. On Allen farm, 5 miles north of Hope. Route 3, Phone 7-4979, Wflpam Schooley. • . 26-Gt Ipjrte Security Life In?. (Jo. •^li'-.Reserve-Non-Pancellable •> ,«I Hc#plta|Jzation - Health ... '' 4 Accident . ffAjri, Arkansas Company for IJ!',, Arkjmsas People ' $"v-^ VE4-MA OOSS, «-««•- Newest Fabrics "From !«00 up;' in Rayon, Nylon, Oac- n, OHpns, all blended vvHh Silk rjf "'—' *or Spring ami Sum- rs-Scnaefer Tailored" r$M WARDUAW pg|pln Street TaHor,8bop JUST % mile from city limit's., Good 6 room house. 20 acres Jand. chicken house and yard. All fenced. Pecan and Apple trees. Natural gas, ' 26-3t GREENING REALTY CO Phone 7-4601' USED lumber and roofing building to be wrecked by buyer. For 1 information Phone 7-2091. 26-3t BABY Chicks. Large assortment See these chicks before' buying Several varieties. Dannie Ham. iHon. Fob- 27-lMo. CALL Paytfe^Brothers. 'House Movers, insured "contractors. Public Service Commission number M-1425. 313 central Avenu Stamps, Arkansas. Phphe. 3-448 in Stampsr Arkansas. Feb.2-lMo Arkansas' AAU Men's Basketball tournament gets underway here tonight with the El Dorado Legionnaires, loaded with ex-college stars, installed as a favorite. Arkansas College, the 1953 state champion is not entered this FOR your upholstering and Slip co vering call: Mrs. Torn Duckett Phone 7-3794. 26-6 SEPTIC 7-9989. Tanks Cleaned. Phon .March 1-lMo For Sale or Trade LATE model Ford Tractor, cult; vator, planters, and distributors 14" mold board plow and sprin tooth, h.arrow, reasonable. Terms Elmer May, Bodcaw, Pump Sta tion. 25-6 The Negro Community By Helen Turner ' Phone 7-5830 Or bring Itsma to Mis* Turner •t Hick* Funeral Horn* SWSTOM < Si"*- and wrapped for. deep BJppd fpr fish bait. See, ilpfi Montgomery J 1 -^! " care, long • lastlno per» BEAUTY 8HOP phone 7-8916 FARM MUTUAL ' INSUBANQg £14* «i«4 PRICED to sell at once. One Mai'- ine plywood boat (nearly now), and 5 horse Sea King Out-board motor. Guaranteed to he in perfect condition. All for $135.00 Phone 7-2201 or see at Houston City Furniture Company, 27-3t "B" INTERNATIONAL two row tractor with tanden disc, mower, planter, cultivator ' and breaking plows. Terms if wanted. See Howard Houston or phone 7-2261. 27-3t Friendship club will meet at th home of Mrs. Joe Ella Moss Wed nesday, March 3. All members arc asked to be present. Time 7:30 p Mrs, Euester Turner left Sun day for Chicago, 111., after spend ing several weeks visiting relatives in, McCaskill and Hope. FARM Wagon just like new. Terms jf wanted, See Howard Houston at Houston City Furniture Company or pjione 7-2261. 27-31 NOW. AVAILABLE PRIVATE PARKING—CLOSE IN PRIVATE parking space, by the month.now available, at parking lot, rear of st, Mark's Episcopal phurch. 3rd and. Elm. Contact Joe Mason at Frisco Depot Daily, after 2 p. m. l-6t UOISM. presents s complete line of BEAUTY COUN8EUQR COSMETICS at.. Ha«l's Beagty Shop, Phone 7-2878. Qpme In fpr free consultation. Home Phone ••LOOK!!! fe?m. J w?, Choir No. 2 of Bethel AME 'Church will rehearse Tuesday night March 2, at 7:30 p. m. Junior and senior choirs of Garrett Chapel Baptist Church re hearse Tuesday night, March 2, at 7:30 p. m. Senior choir of Lonoke Baptist Church ' will rehearse Tuesday night, March 1, at 7:30 p. m. The senior choir of BeeBee Memorial CME Church will rehearse Thursday night, March 4, at *f:30 p. m. Keystone Lodge No. 43 will meet Tuesday night, March 2 at the regular Meeting place, Legal Notice No. 7596 In the Chancery Court of Hernpstead County, Ark. J. C. Welch etu* ..... :,• ............. Plaintiff. v * ' ''•• Francois Peltaequeseaux et«x ' Defendant The 4eJ,end»nt, Frajjcojs quemux et ux U warned to appear in tbjs cour£ within thirty cfoys and et my hand and 'the seal said court this gQ day of Feb.. (S?1?AL) year. Other outstanding teams include and Arkansas State Teachers Red and Arkansas State eachers Red Shirts. The ,Red Shirts include Larry^ Carandell Teaches leading scorer until he was dropped from the squad for breaking training rules a few weeks before the end of the A-IC season. Deward (Swish) Dopson former Arkansas Tech star, Calvin Thomas of Southern State, a standout while at Southern State, and Cliff Horton of the University of Arkansas from the .nucleus of- El Dorado's Legionnaires. > '.-.,> i\ The winner will not ''lie determined until next. Monday: night. The Arkansas titlest ••: goesjHb a regional playoff .probably 'at* Wich ta, Kan..;Tte Wichita titlist will re resent ;the > Misoiiri Valley in th National AAU tourney at Denvi March 15. The pairings (all night games Monday — Bald Knob Civics v Eddins ServicfeyStation '«sb'f . Stut gart. Hendrix ' Cbllege vs. Army Navy Hospital, Hot Springs. Ben Pearson, Pine Bluff, \ Acee Milk Fort Smith. Tuesday"— Westerfield Chevr let Hazen, vs.nHeber Springs Na tipnal Gu.ard. . r ^- ' ?. -,.• , ,•;' . ArH.&.nsqs'S'tate Teachers Colleg Redshii-tfey.s;; Dbdson' 1 : Avel I Phai macy ^prt ^SiTjith. :' : •• : ) Russe'llvill- : e"B'ombers -vs. El Do rado Legionnaires. : ; 5 Camp Chaffee vs.'.EmmeiS Inde pendents. ^ Wednesday — Coca Cola, Mont cello, vs. . Beebe Junior College Arkansas State Aeachers Colleg Varsity vs. winner of Acee MilK Ben Pearson game. • Wayne Confectionary, Monticello vs. Poughkeepsie Independents. Thursday '— Mount Ida News vs winner of Westernfield-Hebe Springs garnet Four State Business Colleg Texarkana vs. winner of . Stnt Teachers Redshirfs and Dodso Pharmacy. • Winner of Camp Chaffee-Emme game vs. Bald Knob-Edding game. Lewisville: Hughes Miller Fugirl second team; Martin Spring Hill; Young of Umpire Gath ilaright of Saratoga, Simpson of Wilisville and Purifoy of Genoa Central. In the 7\V. District girls tournament at Garland. Ashdown emerged victorious with a 43 to 28 victory over North Heights of Texarkana, All-tournament teams included; guards-Carver, Ashdown, Dougherty of Guernsey. O'Rear of Texar- ana, Hill of Fouke, Linda Ratliff of Hope and Giithrie of Ashdown; Forwards-McDowell of Ashdown, Conn of North Heights, Judy Rat- lift' of Hope, Overmeyere of Fouko Adcock of Ashdown and Dodson'oC Saratoga. At Laneburg Saturday night Saratoga copped the Prescott District' AAU title Ayith a71 to 63 victory oVer Emmet. Both teams are eligible for the. state AAU meet. . In 'the , Gurdori district 7W A Junior/ boys meet DeQueen emerged •- victorious with a 45 to 42 win over Ashdowri. The Hope boys are eliminated by DeQimen in the semi-finals.-.. ; Mattdoy, Marsh t, 1954 Tech, State in Bid for Tourney LITTLE ROCK UP) —Arkansas Tech and Arkansas State College tangle tonight in whatma j| very well decide who will represent Arkansas in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Sasket- s City jt sixth saraight title in the Arkansa^ intercollegiate Conference appesrs to have only the Jonesboro school in its way in the slate NAIA playoffs stating tonight. ball Tounament at Kan March 8-13. Tech, which raced to Lego! Notice Basketball District 1E Class B. Senior Boy Valley Springs 63, Yollville 5 (final) District 1 Class A Junior Boys Fayetteville 3(5, Green Forest 2 (final) District 2 Class A Junior Boys Beebe 46, Walnut Ridge 3' (final) . ' District 2N Class B Junior Boyi Mammouth Springs 59, Oxford 3 Calico Rpck 28, Viola 25 Mammouth Springs 46, Calico Rock 35 (final) District 2S Class B Junior Boys Deshn 45, Rosebud 23 (final) District 3 Class A Junior Boys Leachville 49, Jonesboro 45 District 3 Class B Junior Boys Valley View 56, Marmaduke 53 Dyess 43, Caraway 37 Valley View 42, Dyess 41 (final) District 4 Class B Junior Boys Oden 36, Norman 35 (final) District £ Class B Junior Boys Parkin 41, Moro 27 Elaine 23, Cherry Valley 15 Parkin 39, Elaine 19 (final) District 5S Class B Junior Boys Lakeside 47, Lake Hamilton 44 Bismarck 40, Deaf School (Little Rock) 2S Bismarcks 39, Lakeside 21 District 7E Class A Junior Boys Stephens 41, Emerson 31 (final) district 7E Class B Junior Boys Hampton 50, Waldo 30 Pistrlct 7W Class A Junior Boy* peQween 45, Ashdown *5 (final) district 8N Class B Junior Boys PJlainview 46, Risen 30 (final) Istrlct 9 SCIass A Junior Crosselt 3.?, MonticeHo 31 Wacren 2^. Drew Central 24 Cro?sett 47, Warren 3$ (final) )lstrlc«; 8 SCIass B Junior Boy* Watson 87, Baafes 87 Permott 20, Portland 25 - ' 8V, Cerujptt ?Q (floal) .. .. «§ Punier " ' rate 4L NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 885 Haltie L. Weltman, deceased Last known address of decedent Hope, Ark. Date of death: June 24, 1953. An instrument dated January 1925, was on the 6th day of July 1953, admitted to probate as th last )yill of the above named de cederit, and the undersigned ha bean ^appointed administrator wit will ahnexed thereunder. A con test o£ th'eV.pro.bate of the will ca be effe'cted "only *b,y. filing a petitio within the time provide^dxtiy law. : : All persons having cJairtis'ragains the estate must exhibit *tnem, dul yerified, to the undersigned withir six .months from the date of th first publication of this notice, o they, shall be forever barred ani precluded from any benefit in th .estate'. This notice .first published lit? day of July,. 1953. Thomas E. Hays, , T , "/, Administrator' >wth. >vlH/ r Proven Trio in Oaklawn Feature HOT SPRINGS — Three sprinters vho have proved themselves at lasn't raced here this season, but nine-horse field in the Pine Bluff Purse today. Mahplay, fleet campaigner owned by Mrs. A. M. Creech, and CalcUvell carried the top weight of 115 pounds in the six-furlong dash. Cflklwell, owned by Oien Sledge! hasn't raced here this ceason. but he .accounted for several Oaklawn victories last year. The favorite rile was expected _., ,, H0pe,( Ju&,lll>FebV22, March 1 •_*'** »4~ Legal Notice v. . *» •, - . ^In the Chancery Court o ' 'fS;-^ . Herhpstead County, Ark Liririie XJrews et al•.;.-.: Plaintif ''• ; vs'. ; ;; ,v '• •"•_ .-'-,". Charlie Rosseau et al..... De'fendnn The defendant,- Charlie Rosseau et al are warned to apper in this court within thirty days and answei the • complaint of the Plaintiff, Lin nie Crews et al. Witness my hand and the seal o: said court this 12 day of February 1954. ' .Garrett Willis, Clerk (SEAL) Alfred Featherston Attorney Plaintiff John P. Vesey, > Attorney at Litem Feb. 15, 22, March 1.8. Legal Notice NOTICE OF ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION IN WASHINGTON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 12 OF HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, AR KANSAS Notice is hereby given that the annual school election in the r above lamed District will be held on March 20, 1954, for the following purposes: To elect one director for a term of 5 years. To submit the question of voting total school tax of 34 mills, as set out in the Distrclt's budget, vhich includes, in addition to 16 •nills for operation and maintenance of the schools and 10 mills sreviously voted for payment of )onds now outstanding, a building und tax of 8 mills annually, be- inning with the taxes collected in he year 1955, to be voted for the jurpose of paying the principal and nterest of a proposed bond issue of 30,000 which will, run approxi- •n'ately 20 years, to be issued for the ntrpose of erecting and equipping lew scheel buildings for Negroes, nd said proposed building fund ax will constitute a continuing an- ual Jevy until the principal and nterest of the proposed bonds are aici in full, with the provision that lie surplus each year ane.'ng from he building fund taxes, after pro- iding for,, principal and interest maturing /that year and the next Ix months' interest on all the out- tanding bonds, may be used by the District for calling bonds for payment prior to maturity or for other chool purposes. The polls will open at 8:00 o'clock , M- and will close at 6:30 o'clock , M. on March 20, 1954, at the ollowing polling places in the Dis- 'ict, to-wit; Washington School Gyro, GJVEN thjg jpth djy 01 February, ' BOARD OF PIRJBPTORS, oSlC^NO- 18 OF to go to William Fudge's My Time, who lost to speedy Peu-a-Peu in last Monday's George Washington i Purse by a nose. My Time carried three pounds less than Caldwel! and Mahplay. Another well-regarded entray was Russell Ashford's Bugle Corps who finished first in his last outing only to be disqualified and placed second. Mahplay, who finished second to Granite Flyn in the ' Inaugural Purse, came back last Tuesday to win, and will be seeking his sec ond victory. Others entered were Little Danny, Clay's Choice, Insomur, Wreath O'Roses Galloway K and Buster Jim. The first of Oakla'wn's $5000 handicaps, named for this city, went to the favored Lori Jane Saturday. The victor set a scortch- ing pace around the six furlongs to edge fast-closing Spartan Jett by three quarters!! of a length hird was the co-favorite, Timely Tip. Lori Jane was timed in 1:13 flat, and paid $7, $3.60 and $3. Peu-a-Peu scored his. second Oaklawn victory in the $3000 co- featured Mountain Valley Handi cap. Peu-a-Peu surged up on the outside to score by two and a half lengths over Gunner Lad. Lefty James, the favorite, took the show.. Peu-a-Peu was timed in 1:12.1, and paid $14.40. Major Trade May Involve Vernon By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sp°rts Writer The prospect of a major trade involving Mickey Vernon, the American League's leading batter last season, was more than a remote possibility as spring training officially opened in the major league camps today. The 35-year-old Washington first baseman has yet to sign his 1954 contract. He is said to be asking^ for double the $19,000 ho received last year. "No, I won't sell him," Clark Griffith, Senators owner declared. "But I might trade him if they offered me the right players for him." He added it had never been his practice to trade players who are holdouts but that he might be ready to mako an exception in Vernon's case. 4 Fights Last Night By he Associated Press Toledo— Pierre Langlois, 150 France, France decisioned Pedro Gonzales 158% Rankin Pa. 10. Hollywood—Charley Green, 1311, Los Angeles decisioned Willie Vaughn 159, Los Agneles 12. . WELCOME-ARKANSAS HEREFORD ASSN. REPHAN'S SHOP OUR STORE TUESDAY, MARCH 2 These are 100% Dumont Nylon. Sizes 32 to 38. In assorted pastel colors and white. For Value Day BOYS SPORT Thesfe are short sjaaye, knit sport shirts. Solids and stripes. Sizes 3 to IcJ. Special for Value Day! HOPE'S FRIENDLY DEPARTMENT STORE FRED ROBERTSON, Mgr. "WELCOME ARKANSAS HEREFORD ASSN." West Bros. Value Buys for HOPE VALUE DAY Tuesday, March 2. Hurry for These Boys Sport Short sleeve shirt's. For Value Day • Ladies Nylon HOSE 51 gauge, 15 denier. Slightly irregular. 2 for $1. Birdseye PIQUE This is regular 59c a yard material. 3 yds. $100 Plastic Don't miss these special buys. Only Foam Another real Value Day special. Only Venetian 26 to 36, 64 inches long. White Only. ^^^^p w w^^^ ^^IF 'A. f /«.
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