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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 3. 1955 Cotton velvet pile. Choice of colors. Values to $498 $ 9 0 0 S 4 6 ONLY BASKETS Anniversary Sale Price Reg. I \V RUGS PILLOWS FOAM RUBBER extra plump. While $^99 they last! O ELECTRIC COMBINATION SANDWICH GRILL and WAFFLE MAKERS '7.95 This Week Only BAMBOO LAUNDRY 1 $ ONLY PAD AND COVER SETS Foam rubber pad and scorch resistant cover. $1.98 value. G. E. STEAM IRON Regular *17.95 £8 WHILE THEY LAST ANNIVERSARY ONLY-— BEVERAGE SET Colored Aluminum Six 10 oz. Tumblers and a very large Pitcher $6.95 VALUE t- vv~Y 59 All Metal IRONING BOARD 6 Regular 57.95 Value THE ARMORED SENTINEVTFORT HOOD. TEXAS 59 *1 3 $*)98 ANNIVERSARY WEEK ONLY PACIFIC CONTOUR SHEETS 130 count finest quality con­ tour bottom. Double bed siie. $2.98 Value TWIN BED SIZE $2.79 VALUE.. Pastel SHEETS $*)J9 Same quality as above beauti- ful pastel colors in double bed siie. TWIN BED SIZt 2.09 PILLOW CASES 18-count white muslin. Regular 60c value. Only BOXER JEANS Sturdy 6 oz. blue denim elastic wai...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

if??:7' tiV Foge 4 i} 3'j j (. $ "-C |v c' 1: ir •if"' SLICED BACON INI SHRIMP CHUCK ROAST BEEF RIBS ........ GROUND BEEF A O Wilson Crisprite Lb. A Thick Sliced $4 Armour or W ilson 2 Lbs. Breaded Jumbo 12-Oz. Pkg. Choice Heavy Beef Lb. THE ARMORED SENTINEL. FORT HOOD. TEXAS 49c I 69c 49c Lb. 25c 35c Lb RED POTATOES CARROTS WINESAP APPLES BELL PEPPERS CELERY RADISHES TANGERINES APPLES CATSUP SPINACH POTATOES CORN PEAS BEANS Dew Fresh Fruits and Vegetables U. S. No. 1 10 Lb. Bag Texas Fresh 1 Lb. Cello Bag Washington Extra Fancy.... Lb. Cal ifornia Lb. Florida Pascal Large Stalk Crisp Red Pkg. Washington Fancy Red Delicious 4 Lb. Bag WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES AND REFUSE St Thursday Feb. 3 1955 These Prices Effective Thru Mrs. Parker's Plymouth Whole Bean 7 Del Monte 14 Oz. Bottle Del Monte No. 303 Can Del Monte New 303 Can Del Monte Whole Kernel 12 Oz. Can Del Monte Early Garden 303 Can Del Monte Cut Green 303 Can 49c 10c 17c 13c 19c 13c 19c Lb 69c Fc 7 Fo 7 Fc 7 Fc 7...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 February 1955

Plymouth Whole Bean COFFEE onte Oz. tle onte 303 onte 303 an onte Kernel Con onte arden Can onte reen Can es Effective Thru Saturday February 5th 7 Fo 7 Fo 7 Fo 7 Fo 7 Fo 7 Fo PEACHES PINEAPPLE JUICE TOMATO JUICE FRUIT COCKTAIL PEARS Campbell TOMATO SOUP AND REFUSE SALE TO DEALERS AND THEIR REPRESENTATIVES New Every Day Low Shelf Prices Maryland Club Maxwell House Folger's Chase & Sanborn Admiration COCA COLA .. PREM TREET SPAM CARNATION Downy Flake FROZEN WAFFLES Mrs. Tudier's 3 lb. Can COFFEE PRICES DROP! Armour Star 12 Oz. Can Hormel 12 Oz. Can VELVEETA a * 53c INSTANT MILK 31c CRACKERS Del Monte Sliced 2Vi Can Del Monte 46 Oz. Can Del Monte 46 Oz. Can Del Monte 2Vz Can Del Monte No. 303 Can Sunshine Crispy.. 1 Lb. Box 4 For 4 For 4 For 4 For 4 For SHORTENING 69 99c 1 Lb. Can 99c 1 Lb. Can 99c 1 Lb. Can 94c 1 Lb. Can 97c .1 Lb. Pkg. 19c .6 Bottl. Ctn. Swift's 12 Oz. Can 49c 49c 49c 27c Kraft Miracle Whip One Cent Sale On Cereals With any one of the following cereals at regula...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

fi --styv* ir '\'t VOL. 9 No. 6 Armed with experience gained from battling "Aggressor" armies on the Fort Hood Reservation last week men of the First Armored Division are hard at work pre­ paring for field exercises that will test them further. Exercise Main Spring a five-day problem held entirely on Fort Hood land was designed as a "tune up" for the Combat Com­ mand phase of the exercise which will be conducted within the con­ fines of the reservation starting next week under the general su­ pervision of the commanding gen­ eral Continental Army Command. Because of the limited space av a a is is fully test the new transitional formations now organized by the Division but a test of combat com­ mand formations will be held. Aggressor Forces During Main Spring the division engaged "Aggressor" forces com­ posed of the Second Anti-Aircraft Artillery and 47th Armored Med­ ical Battalions. The division was supported by troops of a simulated United States infantry division which was rep- e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Page Two A "Tent city" on a mountain top whose inhabitants were chiefly con­ cerned last week with finding out just what a streamlined armored division can do under battle terms as set down by fast-moving mod­ ern "warfare." This was the Army community of Exercise Control headquarters atop Manning Mountain on the Fort Hood Reservation where the First Armored Division was locked in simulated combat with "Aggres­ sor" armies in a five-day training exercise called "Main Spring." The hub of all control and um­ pire activity during "Main Spring" Exercise Control Headquarters was under the direction of the di­ vision's Reserve Command. Prepared Site The site was prepared by Bat­ tery of the division's 73rd Ar­ mored Field Artillery Battalion under the supervision of Maj. George E. Wagoner 73rd execu­ tive officer. Though an "Aggressor" force could probably solve the "difficult" land approaches to this elevated city the communications center was strictly "neutral ground" for the duration o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 10 1955 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Thursday February 10 No. 1—"New Orleans Uncensored" Arthur Franz Beverly Garland No. 2—"Tarzan's Hidden Jungle" Gordon Scott Vera Miles No. 3—"Crashout" William Bendix Arthur Kennedy Beverly Michaels No. 4—"Small Town fcirl" Jane Powell Farley Granger Ann Miller No. 5—"Many Rivers To Cross" Robert Taylor Eleanor Parker ACADEMIC DRIVE Shuffle Board Tournament Scrabble Party Dance Class 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE AVENUE—Newpie Stunts NORTH FORT—R-U-A Sharpie Night Friday February 11 No. 1—"Unchained" Chester Morris Barbara Hale Elroy Hirsch No. 2—"Thy Neighbor's Wife" Hugo Haas Cleo Moore No. 3—''Crashout" William Bendix Arthur Kennedy Beverly Michaels No. 4—"Bad Day At Black Rock" Spencer Tracy Robert Ryan No. 5—"Many Rivers To Cross" Robert Taylor Eleanor Parker ACADEMIC DRIVE—Quiz Whiz 162nd STREET—Daniel Boone's Coon Hunting Party Valentine Dance BRIGADE AVENUE—The Story Of St. Valentine Valentine Dance NORTH FORT—Shuffle Board...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Page Four 199 Cast 42nd Street I'DbUsheu In the Interest of the military ana civilian personnel st Fort Hood. Texas every Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company. Temple Texas. Policies and gtatpmonri reflects to the news and editorial columns represent views of the Individual writers and under no circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products or services advertised. All news matter for publication should be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel. Fort Hood telephone 3200. This publication receives Armed Fof-es Press Service material and payers are authorized to reprint non-copyriehted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: Business Office P.O. Box 419. Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3.00 per year $1.00 for three months. Distribution on Post free aii pictures are United ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 10 1955 By JACK KOTEN Searching the minds of aggres­ sor troops for valuable information —and getting it—is a highly skilled technique. When the First Armored Di­ vision went to the field last week to combat "Aggressor" troops a vast intelligence network was needed to assist in the problem. So members of the 338th Military Intelligence unit from Fort Meade Md. were attached to the division. a in in el specialists commanded by Maj. Joseph P. Thomas New Bedford Mass. coupled with members of the First Armored Division's Coun­ ter Intelligence Corps used tech­ niques developed from years of ex­ perience to extract vital knowl­ edge from prisoners of war brought to them for interrogation. Question Prisoners Teams composed of officers and enlisted men were made available to the battalions and combat com­ mands in the division for the inter­ rogation of prisoners captured by these units. The IPW (Interroga­ tion of Prisoners of War) units re is pa he ad to units needing them ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Page Six 'v-'* Formica Top Modern limed oak student desk. 3 drawers. Simulated brass ferrules. With match­ ing chair Serpentine 18th Century desk. 9 drawer effect. I file drawer. Mahosany finished. $89.95 EASY CREDIT TERMS NEW MODERN SECTIONAL Now is the time to re-do your living room. ri'Mnuw Made by a nationally advertised factory. You can't pass up this remarkable value. Suites are full spring construction. So shop now at the Bell. 'QQ QC Come in and browse around NEW DESKS and BOOKCASES LIMED OAK BOOKCASE END MODERN KNEEHOLD DESK So very smart and so very right with Modern furnishings. BlacTc iron legs to reflect other wrought iron furnishings. Book shelf. Bright brass hardware. SEE OUR SELECTION New merchandise is arriving daily. 2 Pc. Sectional Suites Quality is high—Prices low. Just imagine a 2 pc. sectional suite for this low price 49 99.95 FOR THE MASTER BEDROOM It's Furniture By Mengel Completely new with its striking design. All cases are dust proofed and center drawer gu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Mirgday Feb. 10 1955 xar Modern Bedroom Suite Including Double Dresser. Panel Bed and large Chest of Drawers. 11995 DOUBLE DRESSER AND LOVELY BOOKCASE HEADBOARD BED ONLY $ 99 'iA o- *.7 [REGULAR $311.95 4 PIECE MENGEL BEDROOM SUITE leautiful modernaire mahogany. If you rant quality and style—buy it. IUYIT :OR 95 i* .-i-4 rV *209 95 ONLY AU7oT5# REGULAR $169.95 3 PIECE BEDROOM SUITE )rop center vanity panel bed with arge chest of drawers. lurry—-Out it goes ^OO QC for only 7T«TJ REGULAR $289.95 2 PC. KROEHLER SECTIONAL SUITE lodern style built to the floor. Durable reed covering. 3S *219.95 I'a&i? I EGULAR $249.95 9 PIECE Sn ing Room Suite lodern blonde finish. Buffet with lutch top. Table and 6 Chairs. 5S? if $ 189.95 BELL FURNITURE COMPANY OF KILLEEN OPEN THURSDAY AND SATURDAY NITES 'TILL 9 AND SAVE NO OUR FEBRUARY SALE ELL And SAVE v. Used Living Room Suites That Make Beds Complete 56 Piece 3 Room Group $ Full innerspring sofa and chair some floor models. Some used repossessed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Page Eight Harper Paces Hood Scoring The Fort Hood Tankers outscored the Camp Chaffee All Stars from the field 33 goal to 31 but the De­ fending Fourth Army champs su­ premacy at the free throw line enabled the hosts to race to an 89- 71 victory in the two game opener. Chaffee rolled back to win the sec­ ond game in ease 80-58. In chalking up their third straight exhibition victory the Chaffee hoopsters dumped in 27 charity tosses v/hile the Tankers were limited to four free throws. The twin loss set the Hood season record at 10-9 in the won-lost column. Kept Close The Tankers managed to keep within striking distance of the All Stars in the first half trailing 22- 18 at the end of the first quarter and 43-38 at the intermission. How­ ever the Chaffee squad with seven players back from the team that knocked Fort Hood out of Fourth Army tourney contention last year and went on to the All- Army Crown pulled away in the third period outpointing the in­ vaders 27-14. Both teams netted 19...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 10 1953 Competitors Honored II iiisi Awards for outshooting the di­ vision in individual and unit small arms competition in the Fourth Armored Division were presented to two infantrymen a tanker and the 126tH Armored Ordnance Bat­ talion at Division Headquarters re­ cently. Corporal John E. Smith Blythe- ville Ark. of "B" Company of the 51st Armored Infantry Bat­ talion Private First Class Orfa Chandler Harvest Ala. Headquar­ ters and Service Company of the 512th Armored Infantry Battalion and Private First Class Lavern J. Wittrum of Flint Mich. assigned to Company "B" of the 508th Tank Battalion led all men in the di­ vision in Ml Rifle Carbine and .45 KC Golden Gloves By GEORGE APPEL This week in Kansas City after nearly a year Fort Hood's mid­ dle and light-heavy weight Cham­ pion Sergeant Bob Barksdale of Headquarters Company 35th Engi­ neer Group is again participating in the Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions—this time—as a 159- pound middle-weight. Last year ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Page Ten NCAA Champs Cinderella Epic Of 4th Armored Fires Utah Tradition By JIM BAPIS The interior of the University of Utah fieldhouse in Salt Lake City contains two large plaques depict­ ing the success of two Utah bas­ ketball teams that returned hard­ wood honors to an eclipsed Skyline on re O is or he a 1944 when Utah copped the NCAA honors and the other is 1947 when relatively the same team won hon­ ors in the National Invitational Tourney. The story of the 1947 team is well known. A strong Utah team paced by Arnold Ferrin and Vern Gardner drove easily to the Na­ tional Crown but the background information of the 1944 plaque has remained somewhat unpublicized. is am it os it on a competition have long since been labeled Cinderella and it's a name well chosen for their story. Destined to Win It seems that in 1944 the Uni­ versity of Utah Cagers were des­ tined to win the NCAA basketball tournament. Because tragedy struck one team scheduled to com­ pete in that tourney the light...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Iffl: Thursday Feb. 10 1955 1 1 Toil's Open Until 10 P.M. Each Night 1955 CHEVR J16? KILLEEN LOTS WE FINANCE ALL RANKS Everyone Gets Same Deal THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS What anyone can sell we can sell at a hundreds of new cars in stock... IRA YOUNG AUTHORIZED KAISER-WILLYS-NASH-PACKARD DEALER CENTRAL TEXAS LARGEST CAR DEALER BETTER PRICE 1 Ira Young Sells 'Em All! THE FINEST STOCK OF GOOD USED CARS IN TEXAS-PRICED RIGHT! TOP TRADES Your old car makes down payment in most cases! BEST SELECTION OF USED CARS IN CENTRAL TEXAS TEMPLE SHOW ROOM Small Down Payments Up To 30 Months LARGER TRADE-INS V///////////A 1955 FORDS 1695 SMALL DOWN PAYMENTS Page Eleven

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Page Twelve Nearly all the post offices at military installations in the conti­ nental United States are staffed by civilian personnel but the of­ fice that distributes the daily mail to about 13000 people in the thriv­ ing Fourth Armored Division com­ munity is all Army. 77/£ fiozr v«s«va4v /itwars C0NRX*Mt IT FERZWkr. D0N'T YOU REALIZE HOUJ YOU FOUL UP THE HEAD COUNT?* El Acapulco Army posts in the States offer a great many jobs to civilians but overseas Army men fill nearly all the positions. The reason is that qualified civilian employees just aren't readily available there. The 16 men who work in the Fourth Armored Division Postal Branch are there training for those overseas jobs. There's a lot to learn since the fast handling of large quantities of mail is a daily an or an vi a office. Home Contact It's well known and was proven long ago that one of the things closest to a soldier's heart is a letter from home. Army higher command recognizes the fact that mail is a great moral...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 10 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory At NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law l'emple. Texas First Nat'l Bidg. Ph. 3-5254 RENTALS MISC. FOR RENT C-6 FOR RENT: TRAILER LOT SO BY 40 Tiqiet private parking adults only. Coun­ tryside Trailer Park two miles south of Killeen on Highway 440. REAL ESTATE Forms Wanted To lease or Rent P-11 EXCLUSIVE BUENA VISTA ADDITION is now offering for the first tirne FOR SALE SPRINGFIELD RIFLE 3U caliber perfect condition re-blued $50. CWO Smith 822 South College Street. Killeen telephone 10564. |v ANTED: LATE MODEL STOVE AND I refrigerator. Contact Mrs. F. W. Gehi at Phone—38213. toR SALE: DELUXE KOVAL FU typewriter like new. Inquire 918 Hail Avenue Killeen. LET US SERVE YOU We rent sell or repair •ewing machines and refrigerators We will be happy to demonstrate ha a Let us sew on your stripes pa he an he on Custom made belt buckles. buttons and button ho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 February 1955

Page Fourteen FORD can own anew New Officers No PER MONTH WITH ONLY DOWN DOWN PAYMENT BELTON. TEXAS I ED CANTRELL MOTOR TOE ARMOR25D SENTINEL FORT HOOD TEXAS ...there are several reasons why ED CANTRELL sells more FORDS! HERE IS ONE REASON A Finance Plan For Every Man! WE FINANCE ALL RANKS OF MILITARY PERSONNEL AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER ED CANTRELL GIVES YOU A CHOICE OF COLOR and BODY STYLES LOOK. (Cars are carried in stock at all times) f"'"' what Ed Cantrell has to offer! 'ijj LOWEST INTEREST RATES WANT A USED CAR RIGHT? Because we sell so many new cars we always hare a large stack of used cars—PRICED RIGHT! VISIT OUR NEW CAR LOT LOCATED ON KILLEEN-BELTON HIGHWAY 190 ^~y Thursday Feb. 10 1955 I

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

VOL. 9 No. 7 WITH AGGRESSOR FORCES IN THE FIELD—Making things tough for the First Armored Di vision is a group of some six thou sand men of the Fourth Armored Division Aggressors for the field testing of small unit tactics for ... modern warfare. And it didn't take long for the ^Wirst Armored Division to be shaken in a convincing manner. On the second day of the exer­ cise a violent night attack coupled with precise timing left the First Armored Division w:th the impres­ sion that this was going to be a tougher job than "iust another training phase." Following the opening day's pushing of the Aggressor forces no a os us re which splits the north and south halves of the reservation the First Armored laid plans to jump off a few minutes before dawn of Mon­ day and continue their attack. Attack First But you have to get up early to outsmart Aggressors. Acting on intelligence information received at Aggressor Headquarters Col. Robert R. Glass commander of Aggressor troops decided to get...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Page Two WITH THE FIRST ARMORED DIVISION IN THE FIELD—With­ in the First Armored Division's headquarters area the camou­ flaged nerve center from which the commanding general and his staff direct the operations of the division during the current test ex­ ercises on the Fort Hood Reser­ vation trained sentinels with Already through the hours of darkness six pints of blood had been administered to stave off kill­ ing shock. Everything had been done that could be done to im­ prove the condition of the critical­ ly wounded soldier for an opera­ tion. Ready ior Surgery At approximately 7 a.m. the anethetist Capt. Ruth E. Anthony was readying the patient for sur­ gery in the operating roorrr and surgeons McCormick and Pattr- son were in the "ready room" some distance down the corridor about to start the meticulous pre- operation "scrub-up" when an unforeseen crisis occurd. The pa­ tient's heart had stopped dead. Informed by a corpsman of the sudden turn of events surgeons McCormick and Pa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 17 February 1955

Thursday Feb. 17 1955 THEATERS SERVICE CLUBS Ball Ball Bingo Morrow Morrow Ball NCO CLUB—Visit the TV Room Ball #. ttmmi Thursday February 17 No. 1—"Many Rivers To Cross" Robert Taylor Eleanor Parker and Victor McLaglen. No. 3—"New York Confidential" Richard Conte Broderick Crawford and Marilyn Maxwell No. 4—"Chief Crazy Horse" Victor Mature John Lund and Suzan No. 5—"The Square Ring" jack Warner and Robert Beatty ACADEMIC DRIVE—Shuffle Board Tourney Show Your Slides and Dance Class. 162nd STREET—Name That Tune BRIGADE—Cupid Archery NORTH FORT HOOD—R-U-A Sharpie Nite NCO CLUB—NCO Wives Club Meeting riday February 18 No. 1—"Many Rivers To Cross" Robert Taylor Eleanor Parker and Victor McLaglen. No. 3—"New York Confidential" Richard Conte Broderick Crawford and Marilyn Maxwell 4—"The Stranger's Hand" Richard Basehart Alida Valli and flji Travor Howard 5—"Chief Crazy Horse" Victor Mature John Lund and Suzan ACADEMIC DRIVE—Beat The Clock and Dance in Waco 162nd STREET—Jack of Hearts and...

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