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J and fifty Ju-
Ui"'- nsvllle Wed
i . v night for
1 No. S!:'3 acting as
b. .1e VJA. district com-
cj.iiiUcs of Duplin, Bla-
' ' .son.','' - , '
of "the meeting were
Chas. E. Brew
.it of ITaredlth College,
- P. Hood, Cotmw3ioner of
. f -North Carolina, and Bob
ci..-tril)utipg . editor' of
5 ' . x was called together
a. in the high school
. ; y ."dtrict officers. A
. "! 1 were present for
,si. i aesuion which wm a
eeo.. J. .The program con
.J of: - ' ' '
on.nins' Ode:. Invocation,,
f V. C. Smith; Conferring of Dis-
' t Decrees: Boll call of officers;
. . . ,nn n V.
m. 'i. & Blair;
aJ of tast meeting;
councils; Report from
r Deferred Business; New
..ens; Good of order; Address,
i ui-ney P. Hood, State Treasure;
Introduction of C. F. Tankereley,
Jr., State Councilor, Dr. Chas. E.
Krewer, Past National Councilor,
,K U. Gavin, staw uouncu ,
l .me Judge, ana .ouiersvBiiu -
marks from e&cn; nemana,
.V. karris. Field Secretary; ?Afl;
t Preceding the Droeram a
I l game was piayeo on ie wauw
tii. between " Roseboro anq
i.ti Rowboro winning X to 0.
' At six o'clock the crowd' gath- The Bank of Magnolia moved
( ui the school cafeteria to par- back Into Its old bame In Magno
tuke of a delicious barbeoue sup: Ha . Monday after yacatlpnlng la
- t prepared by the KenansVUle, V- saw for the paat several mon
;0i Club and served by' the t' After the last robbery at the
r "nmnti'l aufc.1 . V i
, ... ...ov...,.-.y kwi . in -
- ' .4w"rr' -.i. 4 in Magnolia. Cashier DaU unouao
. , America; By all; Invocaed this week that the bank has
't:..n. Itev. W. C. Smith; Address of just Installed a burglar-proof safe.
welcome, J. E.'Jerrlttr, Response.,- o ? , . .
R, D. Johnson; Address, R. O. Max-y First of colonists begin to settle
wan- Tntrnriuntian of State Cous- down la. Alaska. ,
cllor.'Jt. -J.' Hester, Jr.; Address,
m n itv.i.wia. T stt Onnn-
cllor. :. '" -1 when Schall attacks President. ..?
ajmananBWaWaaBaawsBB .. av
Outlaws Bridp Church Sec
tion Celebrates Homecoming
Y Sunday was Homeaonlng day at
Outlaw's Bridge.- Among, the Bona
and daughters of the community
who came back ta. thectpM church
tmm Athnr communities were; Mr.
onH Mrs. Don Outlaw of Kmaton.
lee. Mr .and Mrs. joe em
The primary 'and i intermediate
classes gave a program appropriate
for Mother's Day. A hunch of flo
werswas presented to a venerable
mother of the community, , Mrs.
I flu Smith. . The pastor, preached
, ffnhiiRna 3UT. ''4. Which 1 1
elated by uoowpmo rr.
,.jt your children", but bring them
: up with Christian training and in-
in linn " 't
A dinner, a very bountiful din-
ner, was served in tne. gooa oiu for 45 minutes at wmcn ""'
way. after which the crowd re-aa- repreaentaUveg were present They
sembled to hear a sermon from report the most Interesting -event
Rabbi Iser '"Freund of Goldsboro.; of the convenUon was ' the ' Fine
The minister Introducing" Mr. Xrts FesUval on Wednesday af
Freund said 'We believe here not' ternoon' with the flower show at
i tntanYannmlniitlonal. but lfi.4ah' tlnilBA . " '
OlUjf m.v.-- w .
in lnter-falth friendship". The
1'ibbl made a most powerful ap- laoe was elected 2nd Vice-President
r il for a better understanding and of the Federation which Is conald
a l'" er brotherhood.". People In ered quite an honor for the 11th
t.a r,Vmmmiltv are already hoping district, i The secretary,-Mrs. C. J.
t ..t Rabbi and Mrs. .Freund will
. . - J- '.
V. 'it tnem agnm. , . "
I ndent's of Duplin from War-
t. r a
Kinston vm uu ... - r - ..
CTr a7 5th pu on uses
, ,e ay v
J Tr,leas"d to learn that bus elgh. At the latter they were en
The Queen tartalned . a i fry a- the cour-
ttevllle to Kinsion v. o --- -- -
'araaw. Kenansvllle, B. energetic group and ta doing very
IT k liil land Deep Run. good work.' The result of their la
i of our county needed, hors Is demonstrated Iftu-e in Ken
. rn , "v as bnd as any ansvilel where the local club s;-on-
1 gtern Carolina, aoreu uie iiuimKut -,im
with mwses ftt to the Courthouse grounds. '
itf, Clinton anu -,
inn-to trav- France and
. to t"?ns-
I l iit tl.oy
Vote Fcr Himself
. ' a ' s
' Nope, It w a vMuIm. Bb
Welle didn't ,vote"f nlsrt
last week In the hewuuSvie
election. One vote was cast for
Bob for Mayor and the TRIES
was Informed that Bob did It,
and knowing that Bob Is fellow
who likes a Joke we Writ It up,
but he Informs us that e waa
out of town all day and did not
vote, we t how lit we.'.a
writ that up too. The wraer be
lieves that. If the tisae cornea
when KenanavnhVs Mayer. J:u-
my Jerrltt decide to retlro from .
politics that Bob WeUs would be
a mighty gooa man to sueeew
him. But Capt Jimmy Can't be
beat, from the standpoint of ser
vice, we mean, so let s keep him
In harness a long aa ! ':, .
Beginning Saturday May 18th '
continuing through the sumiwr j
months all offices In th ourt
house will close at. one o'clock for
the day. Everyonehaving Business
owrt hottM Saturday are
rged to attend to It as early
possible Saturday morning.-
Bank Of Majnclia t
.'. A Moves Back Home
IMtllunm,mo?BJ W fill"
sow and took kx?"
, , . . o- .
' rthiora har . , cries .Shame !"
Local People Attend
Kenansvllle was represented at
i Wells and Misses Anna Carr and
Rebecca Edgerton. They report a
fine trip and vary Interesting con
vention., -. ' " '
'Mrs.-Gavin la Presldentofthe
11th District and Mfa. Wella was ft
u.n. from the - Kenansvllle
Club. Miss - Edgerton Is president
Club and Mlss uarr waa
ntatrict. President Mrs. Gavin.
- m.. .nnntinn held classes In
parliamentary law every morning
X waa t va.w r
U.U fc.. "... . ... - T
u j0hn D. Robinson of Wal
Williams of Wilmington is . also-
. . -in. Ji.h4.l ., flaa Ba.
I becca Edgerton or Kenapsvuie w
. t appointed to. act on the Courtesy
1 Committee. ' . '".
I ' On Friday everyone went on- ft
tour of Naga Head and Roanoke
Island, ' vj-Jtlng
1Pht Memorial anu Fort Ral-
- - - - A. .. th.
tesv of tne wanieo iuo.
The Junior Woman Cub of N
a. i: 4. Mu.ncml7.el1 an a most
Soviet seek a new
accord, 'a'! "'
i Fra-M'r, n
i head, u w i i
r World ' Bank
' . ".tiO'l.
Living Hci Suit
? , To Circa Free
-Oa n v B'f'ist of ' next
week at 1.-4 - - Theatre
a three piece : fm suit
w'JI be given 1 -vi chants
U Eenansv" 'i J V'ehiw are
co. railf;2 ' t'.a t atre In
niwir-jpoc elUs '.toffur
ikltura to be ttven to someone
alolut4y free. All you have, to
do Is to ask tor a ticket every
time yo make a purchase' at
One 'Of tEicse scores In the am
unt of S5c Tour r ,,!i"',e
den't havo to be Jit for I n
but any amount you wish to
apend ad (r each liiiser you
are entt.le to,a eo --i whelh
ent: yon to a f
nlty. AM yea have -if
attend a show c t. Y
't t'tween r w et
y Md d - OHit the eou-
pii t. a boa la the Wy of he
Du, n for t t purposet '
Oa Thar- f a-.bt at.'ne
V!wck one of te tickets will "be
,, nod the person-' whose
aatue Is oa the ticket will get'
the furniture. The holder of the
ticket must be at the ahow la
persoM. . 'r - " i
f The pregram for' week la
a very interesting one. On Mon
day and Tuesday CUager Bogera
and Fred Astalr will be aeea ta
-The Oay Wvawee", Wedne
ttnyriargaw day,wUl r shawa
e' Maaauetaoer"1 wltfc Boa
t i Cwlemaa, Thursday and Frl
ay, you wlU' see Kay Frances.
Geoi ; e Brent and Warren Wil
liam la "living en Velvet'' while
a'Saturday a good Westerner
wlH be shown.
, At UsW M. Saturday the
Management is giving an Owl
Show. Tna plctaira .-Notarliia
OentkeaM with Chartte , Bksk
ford and Helen, Vinson, Is very
good. Yon may snto aamethlng
U yon do not attend the OWI.
SSO at llA. '-. . : r
frV-TSck. wett rteased'
d grade and- Pack well pleased
Strawberry Growers who Improv-,
All strswroerry growers
to comply uJ".STf! Whtt from tli aanltorlum. If a
either oraBjr -or srrttteiV amlChUd- Is found to have .T. B. the
the Improvement of their pack ana ldocta, wU1 examine the parents
intt In rricea recetv-
aa far their berries. .
Th . statements aa to the lnT
creased Vrlce received vary, from
lOcTo W0 per crate '.according '
to the. amount of
. - .
made Where there was a notice
able Improvement for any length
of time, tae ' average Increased
price as stated by the j growers
Would vary from 25c to 75c j per
crate, Certainly this paid the pro
ducer. - Probably In, a few cases,
.a... n .lail.p f lnofiintlnna of
markets, the grower could not see
Wners na waa ut-it.w --
not believe in any case where a!
grower made any Improvement and
a . a. . l...Mari4B.atl ftaaafr T Ha
profitable. ' ; ' -
We nope that this' la only ft be-:
ginning for an Improvement' 'to
quality, grade' and pack, of straw-
nianninr t nresent- to continue
'th.' wttrk' 'iiskt 'tM -:ta:. i
" .,r. . . ; u-
There are several growers scat -
tared over different sections of thei
county who have agreed ' to work
and cooperate with the Agents of
the Extension Service w.spaclm, in alfw clothes VoM:S:
hill .mail plotsof clean them, and keep them on band;dever ,hort day
ZXiT!:' will obtain at themarket only for
7 . . 'TT7 . , , . ? Alter inese iiiieicouna. hum, , this weeK. seana win wiu w n Parade" a program wmcn """"" "-v-" "'sj
Oced by, the grower-will toj .peil discussion was held In which rtw shortly. 1 put on altogether by the chil- mended the Duplin work. 36.000 a-
better Vi 1 Tonimi6 Gresham, Chairman otrawberries today were selling w f 8cn0,. A mtlng cmnax dulta had the privilege of attend
and packlngpf strawberries, which, Welf Me Board of thla Coun- at about $4 for the Blakemore va- " " nt waa a .ung by ing these schools this year and the
is on of the county's ; snoat tm- t tnat the communities In rlety and $2.60 to $3 for Mission- gt d Good shlp plan is for a larger and more vari-
portant crops, and It will be to .the j -county cooperate i' with i Dr. I arles. ; Peas ranged from 40 to . ied program for the next session.
interest oi airawperry. ..growers
watch these projects,
Z '. -VI JP. D. MATK " i
; Assistant' County Agent.
j, ; a, m .
Start Surf acinff , " .
Of Link In No. 117
facing the 11 3-10 miles of sand
and clay road between mi. ouve,
and Dobbersvllle, .a link of High
way No. 117, la now underway, and
la expected to be completed with;
in 30 days. - - ' '
About 00 men will have full-time
employment on the project Work
was b 5?un Monday morning, aa
b iiiMita at the national re-em-p!i
yment ofrice ln G.! Viboro hav
ii r been coinpleted 1, f'aturday
e rn n. A li ' 1 1 c nt of
t i i p" ' i , i r v- trans
. . t i, .fe
Duplin C; acil
- The" Duplin- County Council
Social Agencies tiet Friday night,
May 10th-lit the immunity nulla
ft The township,
tag at Kenansvj rae townsrap-
J!rSf IW from Lower
'Island Creek, on. from Rockfish,
Aavw - -
Ymm' WfllfscraDe. 'two
fromAlbertsoh-ahd eight from
KepansvlUe. , "-. t. - j
A' moat delightful, dinner
nerved by the library Assocaitlon
MaA ob.i1mK tho TVillnavincr nrntr.rflm
was enjoyed. ; :f j .
' MrftHaiy pQeydJcussedtnei'-
, highlights from Mnr. Boat' speech
'wMch she made a the Social Ser -
tbe-T. B; clinic wh! H is t he held
. on, ... . v Mth
-to-Jupe 13u - ueH.ittenflton - De
xrfmini). nf NnrtK PimllnA Suit
- " ,1""!" r. : .T"
will be held In the school buildings
tw0 dayg ,
-each town. 2S7 casea'.ol t. b. sus
rtvla rP , repotted to Dr.
.Z. - k.
.tZi i..r j..- fennl
1 1IUUCU UMII'. UUIUlf, UV KM'"-!
te, eUdld is touM to ave T.
next step la to try to provide
treateusnt When V asked If he
whlcb la being used, in i Wayne
County, was a good and .safe one,;
his 'answer was, "YJes, it you can!
get the. patient to stay in the cot- j
tage ,'and not come In contact with
other members of the. family. Usu-
n uiB.Miui.jr. u -
allv- th nerson will be afraid at
.niehC. and want to 'come Into the
- m . ' v
If you want to use Burr
. . . 4.a j , a.. - i a. ....1.1
collages, ine oeai yia.ii wuum ik
to thera und
of the' dwelling house." The doctor
the patient will be advised to go to
th hospital. -
talk was given by Mr.
j.' e.: jerrltt, who discussed, "A
Mr n v Wells also discussed;'
I ' v. Mif T iri FrirtlV cotton tU" yar urged to meet en by Rev, George W. Blount or to have secured the support, ten
... v r ilet l Ci C niay yegpective community Commit- the Methodist 'church. While the tatiyely at least, of a number of
, , ,-' , ' j-ir'X-l . - teeman and make application. names of the 28 Confederate sol- fraternal and other organizations.
.ft,fc& fiminti of i New rulings In regard to cotton buried in Plnecrest cemetery, ' One of Senator Grady's opponents
vice Conference hcia-ia'Wiiwton-.iarcL N, C'dled' in. the U, 8,
Salem recently v ' : J , ' rine Hospital at Norfolk, last night
r Whirs exnialnSd his Diana for- of inlorles suffered in a colltatan
W;t im where funds for.OUve-SKCtlon 8W.".
r:;". Tn,.,H hv Wrt a wn.!
. derful benefit
"Mrs. N. B. made a' plea for old
Her suggestlonwas that.
n or community Srather .
each town or community gather.
(Wwte ln Mb strive to make the T.
IB. clinic beneficial.. He said that
1 the clinic Is to be free, and there
Should beno difficulty in getting
the people to attend who need It
.The.;.meeting adjourned .until.
June 14th at Kenansvllle, In the
Community, Building, eight o'clock
P. M.'.. v.l l" ' r' '."
HeaVy Wind StOmt At
T Aan T.iocrlav
Bowden residents had a taste of
what- a real storm might be like
Tuesday evening about five o'clock
when an 80 mile gale mt tne com
munV 'and b dbwn
iuuiui.jr .. . ...
of R. H. Holland, Diew tne rooi
off a house belonging' to - M. V.I
Orr and felled about 25 telegraph '
po,e, between Bn
saw. some .naie ieu uumig me
s' '-m. i '
No crops are reported damaged
For - (lovernor;- Paul .GiraHy
ivalie Formal Announcement
Tax Exemption V'rJ
Certificates To ' .
. ; Go Out Soon
Tax Exemotioni Certificates are
,-being: prepare In the County of the Baptist Church, paid 1
, Agent'il office how, preparatory to; to confederate soldier,
being jnt jput to each 'P.m j, w. Farrior, thlnl SUte vice
. for' signature of ach cotton pro-? pgni presented a eulogy of
ducer. Eacli producer who doesnot utne,,,' womBnhood, "The Un-
have a contract wIM au have to jurle)1 Banner," a poem, was read
make application for certificates, by preaideDt Mrs. John M.
5 or,he will hay to pay Jhe ta on.pleree Music waa furnished' by
- tola cotton thta year. , ., ' ; Mesdames D. E. Best and J. E.
, These application win he. ready wiUlama, and "Going Home' war
t bbe aigned by about June first mngby Miss Nell Bowdea. The In-
an every farmer wno nas pnwua
contracts: . ( ,
If a Woducer-planU cotton and
for any cause plows U up prior to
" " r1""" T. r . "
certtficates. This 1- in accordance
... . . ... .... .u.u .
however, he will be anUtled
Ta-Exemptlon Certificates on hi
; permitted acres under his contract
-i-.jfc.-. ... ....
WiHard .YOUth Dies
"v; . . . . r.
; in JNags Head urasnv ""fr. " "J ,
, , .Stanford, Sunday School
- Norf olk. May 14 Herman Hornev" """"
, of Mrs. R. H. .Horne of Wit- -Grove, Sunday School .
of two autotnowlea on toe wgnway
near Va t V td. N H'Uiday
- - vmomiug. - "
- ' 1 .1
St Thomas, Virgin Isles, May 14
A senatorial investigation into
the administration of the Virgin
Islands today was suddenly post-
Z n LuZr
poned until October.
Senator Reynolds, Democrat, N.
., , , .. Am
-""tee. took the W"r
" authority of Senator Tydlngs .
umiuivBT awi arviHini. sa iiirr iuii
Senate committee. Lack of time
was given as the reason.
The North Carolina Senator pro
mised that the full Senate commit
tee would come here In the fall for
an exhaustive Inquiry Into charges
, . . h, -.-hano-Brt hv
I """""" " "
i .nxnnta and oiinnAr-rara nr luiv.
amnr hiii rmnun.
An Imposing array of attorneys
tawatlmtora native and white
.SfE, L tSed'ttai
Market to Close At
12:30 For The We'
Mount OUve, May 14 -x-ne Mouni
close at 12:30 p. m. throughout we... ..America". scripture
I remainder of the week. W. L. Ken -
nedy, manager, announced.. Tthat followed was made up of a
" .,.. Ta. rianlrled on because
c . ...h anri given oy me umci
70 centa a hamper according to.
.miitv rtt.h buvers being traced',. ... , , j .
to refuse some offerings on account mmtoter who had faiied to prepare in contact with In Ufe, and to ad
of poor quality. . jfor a meetAng of the committee Just themselves to every activity of
0 T . hiding behind the sofa while the, Ufe" ald Mi8S Bacon.
RetUm FrOm Florida committee unaware of his presence The Music Class of Mrs Ed
nemiunum v made some unfavorable commenta.Thlgpta gsve taree selections.
Payton WhlucTanTjack Morton .bouLhlm. Hta
,o n8hH xa P 9IAn0g
Serecta have Just returned jrom
inorida where ey , ta
en rouie io m ' r- .
a. v ciniiiiiawM Minrr
state jney swpju - r -
for a wUe. - .
Uiwrence df Arabia pear death;
Lawrence oi aihuw.
.1 . . . I
cost runs xv per own "'
Individual Income-tax return, for
1932 outnumbered 1933. . .
uu imu ".... '
as guns boom to salute explorer:
Dnm iiani vreinomna Kvra ; nome
Honor South's Heroes
Wamw. Mar 14.' The James
and Jtev. k. u
vocation and benediction were giv-
Warsaw were read, small children
placed white roses on the altar in
thei, mory ,The fv of
red and White flowers and these,
aarirvt tha fin era SmP Tl UWO fal Mfi'lnP Kl UV nflP MHuIiV nonUD WU
7of aeraVna declaaed
V. D. C. members In the cemetery,
The service waa largely attended.
' m i "
r. u n ifi i -; w
H.iuvtlte. Bundav school . , . . 18:00
V. . f. u , . .
agent la able to be out again aiier
hkvlng been confined to his home
wlth illness for several days.
Rudolph Dixon, convicted In
March In this county of larceny
and sentenced to serve 4 months
on the roads, waa pardoned by
JDKof F f. 11 P T . O tl Cla SSCS
a g 1 1 Cl EsUUCailUIl Wa5SC5
Holds Final Exercises Here
A large crowd of people from all trial. The jury was trying to de
parts of the county gathered at cde the case. A cow had been re
the Kenansvllle High School audi- ported stolen, killed and marketed
torium Friday night to take part and the jury was hung by one con-
!, the . Commencement program
I 1 V... HlDD UflrMIVt MP-
aiTllll$CU Ujr O
Gowan. director of the work in
Duplin County. Each class through
out the county was asked to bring
an exhibit of what the pupils had
been doing during the year. These
exhibits were very attractive and
well made, consisting mostly of
- ?" SE.
'front of the auditorium and nearly
. along one gdie,
The program opened witn
. - and Draver program
play Xas "Do,., on
B,mmi sofa'-iven by thei'We must train our people to e
a Hng which rolled under
"'T s ,.
I TcsIvp. hool gave five
Tha. raivnan achool rave five
i ... . an
t .rreaaed In their school
MwnH iu wmuu uia tivc uuaa
:-BC0B1t- puve school enter-
tamed the crowd with two dialog
, mm a1Ualva uh.mmUL and
Ues. J. IK3 jiim waa m rainv vfuvo
. , '.-"ui,, ar.iinl of the rauntv and to
the second was a chronic complahv whltej achoola of tae
fr who was auch a. burden to Ms Mr and Mrs. c-
Jho was suddeniy heaied by 0
The Chinquapin school had
lire. , " s ''(.'...; .: v.:.:'-
WET AND DRV ISSUES SEEN '
IN GOVERNORS RACE ' . ,
Grady Well Known
IN Dl'PUN COUNTY; A NATIVE
SON OF THIS COUNT--
Paul D .Grady, State Senator ,
from Johnston, yesterday announC'. '
ed 1iU candidacy for the Demo- ,
cratic nomination for Ueutenant-
Senator brady, president pro '
tempor of the 1935 Senate, was
the first to make his formal entry
in a race which may attract two,
possibly three, other entries. He,
however, has done by far the moat
campaign work to aaie ana a saia
probably . wUT be Senator Carl
Bailey of Washington, Senator W.
K Morton of Chatham pr Senator
G,, Clark of Edgecombe. It
very probable that neither Sena
nlTn.tor Clark doe. and he U
not anxious to make a campaign.
'Moreover, the same legislative fac-
Ition Is interested in ute proposea
I candidacies of Senators BaUey and
Horton, so only one of the three is
.t1 to 5
. TM long expactea announcement
,ll:60' Cryds Hoey, prominent Shelby
v .)! attoreay, for governor, was also
j! ! made Tuesday. Mr. Hoey expects
'':;to run, it Is beUeved,..on s dry
. .10:60 :i.tfTn aa Kla nrnwl hehind him
'tproves Mm to -if an- aritont ,dry-
.The first to announce toe govern
or ;wms oeutenani governor n.. v
legiajature, having been
speaker of the House and presi-
dent of the Senate. Mr. Graham
' has developed quite a bit of stren
jgth, it Is said. Friends of Mr.
j Graham think he wi.t make a very
strong race. It is thought that he
wll Iran on a wet platform,
i (More on back page)
10,000 men of the CCC will com
bat soil erosion.
trarv vote. The socalled stubborn
jut v.. unin.uu w .m.
kannanaH rt ha lh mall f I-.1TT1
t whom the cow was stolen who has
gotten on the Jury by mistake and
ne wag dumb and was unable to
j get his message across. Finally he
got it written and had it read and
he stated that it was all a mistake
that the cow had not been stolen
The Maysville School portrayed
Mose who had stolen a cat, a roost
er and some silver, and those from
whom he had stolen were close on
his trail. He manages to escape by
getting into a barrel, kicking the
ootiom out ana warning away un-
u.ui i. n.n Diatrirt
the ERE school was
present and Introduced to the aud-
Jence. She rnade g few timely -
valuate everv thine that they como
piano by Mrs. Thlgpin. A bWmorous
.duet was sung by Mr. a Mrs.
aUtteaai mm snsra Mr mm wnn niri'i
ed the program and reported that
because of the shortness of time
many of the eventa of the evening
- na to oe ma smnaw
her annmclation of . th Work and
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cooperation oi uie leucumg iuui :
worked ln the twenty six
itha matarlala neMaaarw f or carrv-
a. tag on the work.
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