SATURDAY, MARCH 29, l!M-j Two More Bodies New Bish °p aken From Nine BLVTHBVILLK (ARK.) COURIKK. NKWs Rescue Work Moves Slowly and No More Survivors Expected CRN-IT! ALIA, 111., March 29. lliPI —Grimy rescue workers who have foinut 94 bridles In t!i c blust- slrewn Centralia coal mine expected lo stumble iiuon ih<: hndioi JfT.'f ihe last 17 entombed miners lo- day. DrlpcoU Scanlan. cen'.ralia District mine Inspector, emerged from tho mine will) a tired rescue crew at 5 a.m. today to report tbat two more bodies had been found. •Both bodies wore badly burned by (he explosion, he said. Another rescue rrcw plunged (nto the mine almost immediately to resume the search. '"It 'is extremely doubtful that they will find any of the-missing men alive," Sconlan said. The rescuers reported the "gninE is easy 1 as they pushed forward into the far reaches of the lust unexplored area in the Centralia coal mine. There were. H2 men In i the mine when an explosion ronr- i ed through its corridors MO feet ! below the surface Tuesday after- ' noon, but 31 escaped shortly after the blast. Eighty of the 02 bodies found hiive been can-led out of the mini'. Funerals began yesterday nnd several mor c were scheduled for today. ' Joins Engineering Corps OSCEGLA, Ark.. Mar. 29. — Luther N. Davidson, son of James W. Davidson of Osccola, has e.v lislcd In the Engineers Corps of the Regular Army for a throe- year ; period. Staff Scrgt. Ollie H. Gri.<,|initj of the Blytheville . He- miltlng office, announced today. Read Couiicr News Want Ads. : MM,I Allen Bauiotk ib shown in >m lobii as Catholic Bishop of Iienopohs Biihop Bibcock will bo m> .in" ill uj bishop of Detroit, i>i his titular see will be Irenopolis, so-called "suppressed" see in an cient cilicia, in Asia Minor. * CHURCH MEWS' ' "" ** " """" •—»T——»( FIRST I'KESHYTKRIAN. CHIJRC Harvey T. KicliI, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Junior choir, 6 p.m. Evening service. 7L30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, 8.10 p.m. Cotton Plant Student Wins Av/ard With Poster LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Mav. 29. — Jack McLoorl. 15, Cotton Plant ATTENTION VETERANS! If ynu served overseas, you should join the V.F.W. now! Meetings every Wednesday night, ':.10 at the Wetenkamp Cotton Orrice. Kring'n veteran with you. ...VETERANS 0%, D ^ FOREIGN WARS Fan-Is illcCalla, Commander FLAT LAKE METHODIST CH.URCH Ray L. McLester, pastor 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays: Preaching Services, 0:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. 2nd and 4th Sundays: Sunday School, lo a.m. PROMISED I,ANI> METHODIS'I ciimicii Kay L. filcl.ester, pastor 1st, 3rtl an ( ] 5th Sundays: Preaching Services, 11 a.m. | 8 Week Fryers $1.25 -*' >! ItaiseJ in Brooder, IS'evcr >; Toucher! Ground •*:«; Clinic to Abraham's Poultry >; Ilfiust* In rear at C. Abra J ham's New Cafe anil Tourist >> Court, next lo American Lc>| ginn Fickl on South Iligh- >; way GI. >; ;»: Open 7:30 a.m. lo 5:00 p.m. High School student, won [Irs place in the Michael J. Dowllni Easier Seal design contest siwn sored in the stale by the Arkansas ' AsEocIntion for (ho Crippled, it via nnnouncerl yesterday uy Mrs. Jacl Carnes. ••Camdcn, state presideUI Hr>)w,Ul receive a-'$50 U: s. Saving i Bond ! for the wining entry. ! Lyiidel Erlwnrels. 15. DeQueen j will receive a S25 Savings Dond foi I winning second nlace and Martha Alley, IB, cherry Valley, n 510 bonr j for third place. ! The contest, which closed Marcl- ! 15. WHS open to any boy or gir under ID enrolled In a seconding school. Judges were Dr. Howard S Stern, Little Rock physician and i amateur arrlst, and Miss Blanche 1 Hutton Bockstoce. Hnrllorri, Conn. i former art instructor in Smith Co]| lere. Northhampton. Mass. YoiniB McLcod's seal design wil be entered in the National Michael [.'. Dov.-ling Award contest whicl offers a S500 prize to ihe winner The winning de.si»n will be used on the 1040 Easter Seal of the Association for the Crippled. N SALE TRACTOR & FARM MACHINERY Sikeston, Mo., Thursday, April Z, 1947 This will be a clean-up sale and the last Go Round of this season It ull bo n big day so don't miss it. You will find listed below some of ihe machinery thai will bu offered. Tractors-new and used Pow»r Slrt a"' ,'"" f n rn T" nwcl "" c " > - » c «' ""«« ««d. Join the P«Tdr Auiil 3itl and be i-.t this Ing sale at Sikeston Mo •".»". There will ho twi.ce as much machinery offered as is listed below. S- 194(5 II F-all Tvartors on rnW.c- S A I, 3-in4li New H F-nll Tractors on rulihrr S £ 1, l-I'<llver Lift Cultivators 2-'1a A .II) Tractors on rnlilirr SAL •1-Pnwer Lift Cullivalors 1-11" Plo\7 3-12" 2 Bottom Mows 3-1!) l(i Para Trartnrs on rnhhc.- S * I, •l-Powci- I.ifl Ciili., I)i sc ani ] ^i (lw( . r 7- Power I.ifl Cultivators •l-inie M F-all Tractors on riil>h-r S ,t I. C-Nrw in ifi M F-all Tractors n~. rnhbor S .•: I, fi-N'rw r<iwrr I.ifl Cultiralnrs 2-1SIS AC Tnrtors on rubber ii.tl, 5- Power Lift Cultivator 3-1915 M F-ali Tractors OM ruijiir- S * I. l-Powrr Lift Cullivalors I -Case Traclor on rubber S t v I I -Case Tractor en Steel 3 -Power Lift Cultivators 2-Traclor Culliiators -•i-lDH M I'-all Tractors on rubber S * L 3-Powcr Lift CiiUivators K-I91I u F-a't Tractors on rub I'fr S * L •J-.II) Trarlo's on rubber S A L », 2-913 ber lors n " rubber S * I K-all Trarlora on ru!.- r. 1- J-I9W M K- a || Traclors on rubber S * I, 1912 R F-all Traclors on rubber S * L I. John Deere Tractor * Cultivator -IIIC Cat. Tractor -5 Uotlom Molinc Plow -1912 .It) Tractor on rubber R&I, -Power Lift Cultivators •Sets Tractor Middle Busters Case Ilnv Baler •\ew Holland Self Ticine n-iy lialpr i . •New I1IC Rotary' Ilmi' •I.nfr. Model AC Combines •John Dccrc Combines '- lion Idcai Corn Tickers Mule Drawn me Mon-crs ' MIC Tractor Mmver.s -IIIC Tractor Sronri -Allis-Chahners Disc Harroivs -AOV Ideal Corn Ticker -Farm Wagons -12" IIIC 2 Bottom Plows -IIIC Grader -Case IHsc Plow -•'n Cultivator for A or I! -2 Wheel Trailer •U" -AC Plow •12" 3 Bottom Case Plow -'i Holloni AC Plow •IIIC Cultivator •Llstrr Planter •Spider Traclor Wheels l.AICE STREET M.'TIIOmsT CHURCH Kcv. II. II. ion-Ins, paslor Church sclioo], 9:50 a m. Morning Worship. H):;,ti „ m livening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Ali'lljoiiiii Yiniiti l''eliowsh:n, (j p.m. Prayer Meetlnc.. Wcitoesdfiy 7 pin. Sunday School every Siindnv 10 a.m. 2n ( | and 4th Sundays: Preach-up, Si'i vices. 7 p.m. CALVARY 11APTIST CHl'ltCII Itev. p. n. Jrritlgan, paslor Sunday .School, a;45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 am B. T. U., U-A5 p.m. Evening Worship, u p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. llrown, pastor Sunday School, 0:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Special music. Training union, c:30 pnv* Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. FIRST MKTIIOmST CHUKCII Allen I). Stewart, pastor Chinch School. 9:45 ,un. Worship Service, ifl:so a in Senior M.Y.F., 6:30 p.m. Intermediate M.Y.P., C:30 p.m. Worship Service. 7:30 p.m. Choir practice, Wednesday, 7:30 o.m. LILLY STREET BAPTIST CHAPKI, I). I!, lllrilsuc. paslor Sunday School, a:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Howaril H. King, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a .m Morning Worship, n-a.m Trainir.g Union. 1 pm Evening Worship, y p.m Wednesday, prayer meeting 8 p.m. CHRISTIAN" SCIENCE SERVICES Wunniii's Clubhouse. 141C W. Main "Reality", is the .stiblect of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches ;l nd Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday. The :Golden Text is: "Thou, O Lord, shall endure for ever;. nnd thy remembrance unto nil generations.' Psalms 102:12 Wednesday meeting n t 8 pm. GATEWAY TAHKKNACLE Street Itcv. L. <:. Iliiuli, pustor clmreli Service, s)NS a.m; Evening wor.shlp, 7:M a.m. Clnnch Service, Wwlm'sday Prldny, 7:30 p.ui. FIHST cmmcit OP THE NA/AHKNK I 1 '. W. .Va.su, IJ.IMCJI SiiiKtuy School, 0:45 a.m. Morniim Worship, u a.m. Young People's meeting, 7:15 Evening worship, 8 p.m, CltlJKUl OF CHRIST | K. W, Sluvatl. luisiui- | Sunday .School, ii:5u a,m Worship Seivlcc, lu:5(i I. in and i -!- U '"!'l^ ( rM c> ..? J! J 1'... l.MI'I.V ISRAlil, llr. Alfred Vise, llatibl Wmnmi's Clnli .Suntlay school, 1:30 p.m. Services, :| \>.m, PAGR THREE p.m. 7:31) IlltST CHRISTIAN CIIUKUIl ' K. S. Halnl, iwiiior i UlWc School, 8;-l5 a.m. | Munilng Worship. |0:6() a.m. t Kvtijilnu Training for nil «>!<• ' groups, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 1:30 p.m. ASSKMltl.Y OF OOll r.UURCIl L.C. Hamscy, inistor Sunday School. «:15 a.m. Morning Worship, u a.m. Chi lit AmUissiulor Mivlcus. «:3i P.m. Children's church. 6'::lu p in. Evangelistic Service, 7;ao p m SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING lion SI deli—-Di red l'i- 0 iu ,,, VVIIKt lUicont csl proved yields ;', in fi inure l.utdioh , )ur nei'i' ami slands up heller Until Kiilsov Blythevslle Soybean Corp. • ISUO w - »"''" . 1'lmne 85li-8r,7 GOSPEL lAlll'IiNACI.I D. It. llurnidii, |ixv|<>r S'.'ndny School, >• 1C u n. Mfirnlng Worship. ( | n -n. Young People, a-1* |. in Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. CIHJItCll OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. n. Frunols Mcl)«vllt. |>jN|,,r Rev. Paul l!uJarsVI,.ajslitant pastoi Sunday Mnsse" 7::io nnd 10:3' iun, • Weekday Masses. 8 p.m. IMMANUEL IIAPTIST CIH1RCI1 A. M. Houston, pnstifr Sunday School, 10 a.m. Mnrninu Worship. 1) a.m. TralnlnB Union. 7 p.m. EvcnhiR 1 Service, 1:^0 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service 7 p.m. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Robert Jueger, paslur Sunday Sihool,' 10 a.m. Worship service. 11 a.m. VAR11RO METHODIST CHURCH Hay L. McLester, pastor 1st. 3rrl nnd 5th Sundays: Preaching Services, 1:30 p.m. 2nd nnd 4th Sundays: Preaching Services, 11 a.m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. KEROSENE & FUEL oil CALL 2089 Olil Kollnlilo" G. O. PQETZ "The 01,1 Voar Honrcc of M«He. I'llODliC'J'S Hit »l Ch.rr, WASHING MACHINES we have them for IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BENDSX AUTOMATIC WASHERS The FINEST Automatic VS ashing Machine Phone 3450 HUBBARD & HOKE Your G.E. Store in Blythevillc II. G. I'AKTLOW, Posl Cumin. J. WESLEY . SAMPIF.R, Commander, Arkaus-m LEG!/ON> Fl.OVh A. WHITE, Publicity If Ynu Served In Either World War, Yon Hdong In The American Ix-rlnn As It Hejiresents ALL BRANCHES of Ihe ARMED FORCES, Either Foreign or Home Service Dud Casoh Post 24 "Fifth District", Department of Arkansas, DlythoYillc, Ark. An EdilflTialReminiscing: In tho early history* of'the American Legion, I recall it look about five years after the boys came home for them to realize just what tho American Legion was. ^ They forgot that they hnd a responsibility to the 'buddy' they served with . . . perhaps he wan sick and needed to go to a hospital, or he might need some other form of aid . . . but we had no form of organized aid. Legion members would dig clown iil,their pockets and do the beat passible job. True, a certain number of beds were muiiiUimcd in government hospitals (not enough to cure for demands) but it took 'know how' to griin admittance. Most veterans were fed up with governmental 'red tape' and by-passed their opportunity to go to government hospitals . . . some died for lack of care, others paid the penalty of neglect. So Hospitali/.ation and Rehabilitation were the first objectives of the Legion. As a reminder to veterans of War II ... it took us 25 years to learn what was needed when you came hack to face the responsibilities of becoming an American citizen again. (When you went to war, you were a hero, but when you came back you were just one of many.) That is when the GI bill came into being, sponsored and steered through Congress by the American Legion. The national commander appointed a committee to work out the details of this bill. Arkansas had the honor of having two men on this committee Sam Rorox and R. \V. Sisson. After six months of hard -work this pill was passed and presented to President Roosevelt, by Mr. Rorcx, for the President's signature. This is your GI Bill of Rights. Outstanding Programs Are Scheduled for April Meetings __ ^ \ i7 M; s'^ris^ro-nysi^ik,^™ ^ "-,!„, „„ ^ Tilhnan \V. Anderson, M S r. For further Inrormsilo* SIKESTON Sik« 1 «, D M?. 1 "" 01 ' »" AUTO AUCTION 'Wo.^ Auctioneers: Col. R. /. McCord Col, Sherman McN'cw Col. JOP Me Cord Col. Lenzle Beck Anderson Baseball Teaches American Ideals, Voss Says In r.n Interview recently, W. II. "Bill" Voss. state chairman of JMII- iar Ilascbail Activities, stated: "Baseball was chosen as th= means of conveyance of the many lessons embodied in the American- Ism ideals of the Ame.-ican Lc- Eion." he explained. "Applied baseball itself urcathes of patience, alertness, physical nnd mental coordination and health." He explained that the program taught good sportsmanship nnct that good sportsmanship was necessary to good citizenship. The teaching of good cilizenship must bo more Important to those.partici- pating in the program than thai of buildins, a championship team. "You should choose as your ri;p- rescntallve to conduct ^oiu- Junior Haseball program, men who enjoy working with boys; who will !iot make the winning of games the major objective; who will enfoicc riscipline at the right time, but Mill not take the game away from the boys." The niythcvllle Junior Basiball program is being conducted through the school athletic activities until school Is out for the summer. At that time the American Legion tenm will be selected It's Easy To Obtain Home Dental Service To obtain Veterans Administration dental treatment, the veteran first must make application. This may be through a Veterans Administration contact office or i>y Infovni.-,] application, such as a letter or card. In this application, Ihe veteran should state his age. his address, date of enlistment and discharge, rank of discharge, military organization, service number, and dentist of his choice. Pull particulars may be obtained by contacting Mr. Pope. Veterans Office, Olcncoc Hotel building. Legion Scout Troop Serves Community Well Troop 31 of the Boy Scouts, sponsored by the Legion, has given valuable assistance in the pnsi during Ihe Red Cross drives, Cotton PicK-- ing Contest. March of Dimes nnd lean-Up campaign. On two occasions this Iroop re- evlcd honorable mention In Yank magazine tor Its war cffnils. A Court of Honor will be helo March 31st nl the High School nt which time recognition will be given those making Advancement 'n scout- Ing work. Parents are urged to attend this meeting as details will be glv«!n regarding the summer camp to be held at Hardy. •lot It down now! Every Legionnaire will want to attend the April mccllnss. Thro? Int-JK'slJiu;, educational nnd du'itn- talnhiK priiHrams hiwe besn :r.iicii- tiled for April ] s t, «ib and 15th. Max'. Tnusday Joseph T. Thon- bald. from the Regional oflte f.l the Nntlonul SorVlcc Life Iiiaiu 1 - nnoc, will Ui-lng us a mcssii^e nl i?nnl!!nllon. conslltiitecl'by nmi'iiinie iln| ' orl;ll1C1 -' resardlnf our oi-:vicc up of flghtlns men. \ Insiirnncc plan. Following his tall: 3. Because it Is In fact mid is s:> My Ten Reasons For Being A Legionnaire I consider it an honor and conceive It' to be my duly to belong t.i the Aim'i'tc/in Leylnn for MI^ to'_ lowing reasons: 1. Uecniiso, next to my blrlti nml my niarrlnyc. It commemorates llr; greatest nrivcnturc of my life. 2. Because it is a Hc-nmn's or- acknowlcdecd lo be the one orgaui- xatlon that is representative ol ;he World War Veteran. •I. Because it uffords l):e licsl ojiportunlty for me to contine my service to my comrades, my elty my State and my Nation. S. Because it Is an exclusive organization which, In time, will have only one member. 0. Because It makes of me ,i better citizen and a better man for myself and my family to live with. 7. Because It stamps ii|ion me the trade-mark of one hundred pri cent American. 8. Because It nets profit la excess of the Investment. 9. Because there is enough $o;:d In It for my soul's salvation aiid enough fun In It for my him -, delectation. 10. Because it renews my fallh and replenishes my confidence In the cause for which I fought. Itoicl Klkitis, Post Conlilr. GrccnviMc, S. C. Navy Day Observed The ncv. noy Baptey. rece.il Mr. Theobald will have a hour til which time he will mviwei any ciuosllons regarding your iu- siiniiuw ])lan. Army Day will he observed nl the meeting of Tuesday, April fth nt which time will b= .shown i: EO- mlnutc Combat nhn "Appolnlmenl in Tokyo." It buKlns wltli the boini)- ini; of Pearl Harbor and ends with the signlnij of the peace treatv aboard the UBS Missouri. A Him you'll be glad to see. On Aiirll 15lh our progrnm committee will present a real Hollywood movie, "Clear lo the Top", Featuring liegls Toomcy, Joan Woodbury and Stephen Barclay. A picture you'll enjoy seeing nnd me.i- sagc of Importance you'll want lo h'.ar. This program Is sponaori'il by the Calvert Distillers Corporation. Miss Seay Competing In State Finals Today Miss fltith Scny. daughter of Mr. and Airs. T. r. Seay, winner of th:regional oratorical contest hcH ;il loiicslwro last Friday, is compcllir.- In Ihe stale finals being held al Conway today. Ohcplain in the Navy, made one of the most interesting tilks Navy 3ay it has been our treasure lo ' -••••'••>"'L ij, ^uuu.-tu uupjica nrsi piato hi icar. We need a man like him in I year to be the first girl winner our community. j ,,<,,.„ r ,,| ,,„„ for Mlss S( , ny ' Should Miss Soay bn successful she will ta the second girl to ever win a slate contest. Miss Mini:-; Membership and Service 'Oo Vt Inlo All The World And Preach The CJospel To Every Crcalurr That Is just as true in the Amcr- can Legion . . . tell the world whal •our organization is doing . . . the fforts being put forth to aid rlis- iblcd veterans ami their familir.s . . the community service the Lolon readers . . . its service to tate and nation. Remember. Ihe Legion seeks no harity but it Is a charitable urbanization, doing good not only for he veteran, but for all mankl.id. Back in 1927, in ordft- to pive 'he public a better, more understanding conception of the Anieri- :an Legion. Dud- Cn.son Tost^hL'ld mnny "out-post" or good-will tno?t- Ings, going to rvcry town in Mississippi cotinly and the entire Fifth District, carrying, speakers nnd entertainers (o make these mestlngs Instructive r>s well as . . . constantly selling the Legion. Jonesbmo carried on similar work with their Roving Legionnaire*. They, too. did a wonderful job. • That wns where Joe Hcarnc learned the foundation of "wlisU 111! Legion was doing." Today he Is in charge of Ihe Arkansas Vctirans Bureau. War Memorial BuilJing, Utlle Rock. He stands ready I,D serve any former service man .wllli power of 'attorney, regard I iso of whether the man seeking ssrvloi: belongs to any veterans orgnnizntlon. There should be nn animosity amongst tin- different veterans organizations . . . competition and rivalry are the spice of life . . that keeps you on the ball. j Let's all mill together for rea!' progress. I GROCERIES DELIVERED Once More! CALL 501 C. L. NABERS Gro. and Mkt. Meivin Halsell, Owner . Frankie's Bakery Goods NO Kxtra.Chai'f/c for ^Musical Instruments Supplies - Repairs Radios, Office Supplies SPECIAL ORDERS ' SOLICITED Schoorfi, Churches, Hands, Ochuatras & Clnl>s Ci SPECIAL PRICES On Musical Instruments IMellBrooksJr 107 L Moin Tel. 811 REFRIGERATION—24 Hour—REFRIGERATION" Solos Service Repairs AIR CONDITIONING Wi: AIM! AHI.K TO Ol-TEIl YOU QllAftl'IKI) KN'OINEFiUMCi IN HAI.KK, KKPAIUS ANirStfllVICE. \Viill.-li. I, 0 ,v<.([. llnvrjiB* <.'or>lcrs, IMspfuy f!a*=s, Air Coii- nllioiiliiK Hulls „,,,! , IW1 , Ucfrlr.i'r.Ulon Equipment cil all kinds. : 715 W. Ash—A. H. Johnson—Phone 2188 or Ppole Motor Co., Steele, Mo., Phone 49 BlyllteviKe Soybean Corp. •'•••-- : ; ison w.' Main ••' JOHNS LIQUOR STORr AH Your Favorite Brands • YKI.LOWSTONP. . KOHKM.EV • HiVC.'IKN'T ,\<IK • •! ItOSIwS • !. : W. IIAHI'KK • OI,I) GH.VNDAl) o OI,I> TAVI.On > IIU.VTCK • PAUI, .1OMCS m ClAl.VKItT'S Vnlir l'alriin:i|:c Apiircel.llctl ACROSS I'llOSI HIT7 THKATi " J. LOUIS CHERRY. Ynrk tj'f !n«5\:rcnce Co. Hlv|lrr«ill«. Ark. « Hqrdwaro Mutual and Hardware Indemnity Insurance Companies of Minnesota Ualcd A iilus excellent by leading Insurance auihorllies.' Sound priilcrllon bcraiisc of Inrjfo financial reserves am? adequate surplus funds. Premium .savings—moro lhan 38 million dollars have been rc- (ilrnei! In ilivideml savings lo pollcyholilcrs. . Lower cost—Ill-cause of :1 careful sclecllon'of risks and economical operation. - . : ' .' ' Lame illvlilenil savings on aulomobllc and nrc insurance tqqals line ncl cost. ' ; -. '• - . '. /. FOR INSURANCE SERVICE W. L. TAMKE- Phone 2487 , CAN WATKR AH) IN Kids^ey-Bladder Disorders? VKR—If It's MnnnCnin Valley Mineral Water, the Fa minis mineral water from HOT SPRINGS, AKK. MOUNTAIN VALLEY HEI.PS Stiinitlale. Kidney Action — Soothe Dlaclilcr Irritation—Combat I'rlc Acidity CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Olvhfnn Blylhevllle. Ark. 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