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**- t ESTABLISHED 1863 tt HCOA4 tin* fcattit tt. «h Wo*, l, 1833, under Att «rt Confrtw of MArttt S, 187B. ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1959 3 SICTIONS - 22 PAGES VOt. *A-N6. It Predict County Corn Acreage Rise By Russ Wallet " We make no claim id being a bird-watcher or knowing much about our feathered friends* tout neither have we ever been guilty, of, shooting them, but .'we note where Mrs Melvin Henry, northwest of Whittemore, reports a flbck of 15 to 20 Bohemian Wax-* wings arrived in that area about three'.weeks ,ag6< They fed on berries on hedge bushes — before the',big storms, that is. ..We trust . that these" rare birds (for this ai-ea) do not become discouraged, Mrs Henry said she -had never se6tt them in that area before. - * » * "Next time buy it in a jar, ' hot In a lube" shouted an ; irate husband recently to the little' woman, when he dis- • covered that he was trying to brush his teeth with Bryl- cream instead of toothpaste. * * ' * • , ' Local business men (and others elsewhere, we suspect) are watching with considerable anxiety a, bill introduced in ' the Iowa legislature.. It. is House File No. 655, which'would (1) repeal the tax on stocks of merchandise at the retail level, and (2) create a new tax of % of 1% on all sales at retail, on. which sales tax has \ been collected. In practice, this \would become a levy of Vz of \% on the gross business of every Merchant on which sales tax had been collected. The' 'inventory tax is not and never" will be popular, 'But who thought up this one,'as a v replacement tax? If you're in'-business and wonder how it •would hit you, take your grosa business from 1958 oh which you paid a sales tax, and multiply at by .005. That would be the,new tatf — and YOU pay it, nobody else. * * * We'd just like to report that for,' the past 25 years we've been, trying diligently to find out^just what the P.E.O. stands for in that, woman!s club group, to no 'avail.', Wh"6 says'" a woman can't keepHa* Secret? • ; ',- Spr/fig Re/urns After 2nd March Blizzard ,* • ••; ~ •- ^1^^ , $1,200 Damages In Series Of Motor Mishaps No serious injuries occurred but an estimated $1,200 worth of vehicle damage was received in four recent traffic accidents. • . Dan Davis. ' 26, Algona, .was headed east, just east '.of Sexton on highway 18, Friday, at", 7 s j40 o.m., and started to make' a left turn. A car driven by Roger . C. Thorsbakken, 22, Algona was headed edst and collided with the Davis pickup. There was an estimated damage of $50 to each've- hiclet Deputy sheriff Don Wood investigated. Friday at 4:15, David Markla 10, son of Mr and Mrs 'Ralph Markld - escaped 'with bruises on his leg hip and head when he walked into the side of a car driven by Karen Alt,- Algona. al the intersection of State and Hal street. - David was - treated by a local doctor and released. The accident was reported to city police Algona's "accident corner" a Hall and McGregor street was the Frida nT cart "ddvenby Injuries Fatal At Sexton For Youth On Way To Wed Only 1 Inches Of New Snow On Weekend Spring-like weather moved back into this area during the past few days, despite winter's return in other areas of the- state. A two-inch snowfall was registered at the Algona airport by .Weatherman Wayne Johnson Sunday and several snow flurries, that showed promise of turning into, full grown blizzards dotted the scen'e Monday, leaving another' trace of winter but far less shoveling than th6 preceding two big blasts. Algona Man To Represent Iowa In Nat'l Sports Film An Algona insurance man, Everett E. Burr, whs for .the past 13 years has also put in many hours officiating basketball, football and baseball games, will gather up his w.ife and three boys,' Doug, 12. Gary, 11, and Roger, 9, and head for on interesting week's work ut Tnmpa, Fla; Monday, Mnr. 30. H -•Mar. 12-^-^.36 . Mar.. 13 ...... 45 r Mar. 14 ...... 36 » Mar. '15— ...33. Mar. 16. ..... 31 ,Mar. 17.....-30 . L 2126 30 18.. 18 7. 18 .2" enlehner, Algona. The Swanson car was damaged about $500; the Thorson machine; $250 and the Bestenlehner car, $150. Thorson was charged with failing , to, enter a through - street i»_i.... f _ rt _J. __*_.. " Jji ' _ _ A. _ ._ safely. r after stopping '. at a. .stop sign. He was fined $10 and, costs in, Mayor C. ,C.,,,Shierk!s court. . Fox, 40, Wesley, suffered cuts: and bruises on the face and, his truck was darhaged abb'llt Congratulations are in order for.'Stuart Butterfield, 50,- of Swea City. Finding out that he was allergic to cattle after being .a dairy farmer for a number of years, Mr Butterfield decided to give school teaching a try. • tHe had attended Iowa State for two years 'but not for teaching. He enrolled at Mankato State and majored in science and mathematics. He recently received his iBachelor of Science degree; and is \currently working towaVd a master's degree, but expecting to obtain a teaching post for the fall semester. He was raised in' Swea City. Mrs Butterfield '"is 'also a qualified teacher, and the couple have a daughter who also teach-. es, Mrs Jean (Nancy) Olson. Another married daughter is Mrs Donald Priebe of Fenton. * * > * . -. . ; ,*" . « Garman Adams of Whittemore Twp. is a believer in •"do-it- yourself." In a day and, a hall- he solicited the west half of 'his township for the Red Cross, receiving donations from 50 families. The reason for his one- man effort? Appreciation for the help of the American Red Cross for food and medical packages given his brother LeRoy while the' latter was a prisoner in Germany, during World War 2. . ;?• !»•*••+ Robert Seefeli, Dick Simpson Will Erdman of Wesley were caught in <the big Saturday snow that grounded all those who went > to Des Moines for the state girls basketball tourney;They were not the only ones; however, Your reporter, his wife "" and two kids found themselves snowed in for 48 hours at Water-J loo on what started out to be a simple little weekend' trip f'over to the river." As a matter of fact, we never -did get to the (river, and glad of it. We'd still be there! Mr and Mrs Alex Dermand of Algona have two smart kids, Nidas and Kathy. Maybe, we make a mistake referring to ithem, as "kids" — they're a bit beyond that age bracket now. Anyway, we've reported a few ite,ms about Nidas, but probably haven^t mentioned Kathy so much, .She is ;a full-fledged student at An- tloch College in Ohio, and currently working at the Associated Press in Washington as a dicta- tionist. This is part of Aiitioch's cooperative study-plus-worH program. Two students cover each $50, Wednesday, March 11 at 2:30 p,m. Fox was headed south, two miles , north of Algona on ,169, when"*his car.-swerved, went across, the-highway into the east ditch and landed in the fence at the Herbert Haas farm. Fox reported the accident to the sheriff's offide. Dan Halliwill/2lV of Wadena, Minn., died of injuries received when the'auto shown above crashed into the-base of a railroad died ,at St. Ann hospital at 9:30 a.m. Three other * persons in the car were treated at St. Ann for minor injuries" arid, released the same day. Halliwill ,was seated on "the left of the rear seat when the auto plowed' into 'the signal. As can be seen in the photo, the entire impact;;of the,crash was focused on Halliwill. A large hole wa'S punched' in the' auto, 'dnd the frame cut in two where the vehicle made'Jontact with,4he'square signal base. , , /,.,,. The four !young persons were >on |their way to Nashua' where Halliwill andi.-Judith-.Kingsrud'..were to be married at," 2 p.m. "the same day. The ,f our became lost when a wrong turn was taken at 'thfe junction of highways 69 and 18 at Garner. Halliwill's death'Was the third, on Kossuth roads this year.* All deaths have occurred within the past three weeks. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). The higher temperature readings during the past-week have made much- of the previous snow disappear. More snow remains a possibility. GIRL CAGE TEAMS SNOWBOUND IN D-MOINES While the weekend storm which hit about two-thirds of Iowa also struck Kossuth county, Saturday, it was comparatively mild compared with other adjacent areas-of the state. The heaviest 'snowfall was east Everett Barr Burial Here For Alice H. Winkie Graveside resident of rites for a former Algona, Alice H. Winkie, 75, were held at Riverview ' cemetery here at 2 p.m. Tuesday with Rev. James Boyd of. the Congregational church officiating., The McCullough Fu- 'neral Chapel was in charge of local arrangements. Miss Winkie, who resided for many .-years at Minneapolis, died Friday in Abbott hospital there. She had been ill for some months, but a hospital patient for only a week. Born here, Alice H. Winkie was the*, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Winkie. , She moved to Little Falls, Minn, with her parents in 1909 and was a school teacher for-.several years. She later cared for her parents prior to their death . All of her immediate relatives, with the exception of a sister, Nettie, who lives at New Ulm, Minn-i preceded her in death. Retail Sales For 3rd Quarter '58 Algona retail sales for the'sec- onji quarter of 1958 were $3,014,221,60 according to figures released recently by the State Tax Commission. *<\ A.comparison in dollars of the sales yolume of-various communities in this area for the second quarter of 1958 is given below. Figures were compiled from sales tax reports and payments, without the cents. Humfooldt „.*.„„—$2,184,152 dear Lake .,„ $2,070,054 ., Emmetsburg ,„„_.;_.. .$1,799,591 Clarion --,' $1,575,310 Forest City ~, ,.$1,503,567 'Spencer — T ,.—$4,790,757 Estherville -.,—__$3,278,229 A'seemingly joyous trip ended in jtragedy,. early 'Saturday morning when Dan G. Halliwill, 21, of Wadena,' Minn, died of head in- juries'at St. Ann hospital following an auto crash two 'miles east of Sexton on'highway 48. Halliwill -was .. to, have been married; to Judy > Kingsr,ud, 19, of Wayzata, Minn, that very afternoon. Instead . he •became Kossuth county's third ; auto victim of 11959.; ,... ,.„ ..... Halliwill, Miss ;Kingsrud, her sister, .Jean, 17, .who was to have be^n bridesmaid at the wedding that r Afternoon;, at: The -Little Brown .Church hear Nashua, and the driver of the. auto, Kenneth B. Allen, 20,, of Minneapolis, were laughing; ; and enjoying 'the ride as the car headed west on the highway between Wesley and Sexton. They were • lost after having .taken the .wrong turn at the 'intersection of highways 69 and 18 at Garner. , Allen told Patrolman Dale Mc- 'Bride .he failed to see the S-turn made; by 'the highway across the Milwaukee Road tracks in time. The left .front door of the 1958 Chevrolet lost its chromium strip as it scraped the crossing signal west of the turn and the left side beside'Halliwill was smashed in a couple, of feet and the frame chopped in two when the auto spun full force into the base of the signal. The car then bounced about 50 feet to the north and came to a stop on the pavement headed in a southeasterly direction. Allen, first out of the auto and the. only one coherent when McBride arrived, received a large bump on his forehead, but was able to give an account;of the mishap, Bdth girls were in shock and suffered minor cuts and bruises., • • • ". Halliwill was 'thought to >be in serious : condition immediately, He suffered from the loss of practically every tooth in his mouth and was muttering andj groaning when help arrived, Jt was a difficult task for four or five men to get him out of the auto and into an ambulance. He died at 9:30 a.m. and the others were treated and released from the hospital the same day. AU were taken to St. Ann in the same ambulance,, Besides loss of <h|s teett^ Halli 'Halliwill was employed by the Minneapolis - Honeywell Co. at Minneapolis. Survivors include his'parents at Wadena. $700 Fine For 0.M.V.I. George E. Bell of Emmetsburg entered a plea of guilty to a charge of O.M.V.I. in district court before Judge Fred M. Hudson at Emmels- burg Tuesday afternoon. It 'was a second offense. Bell's fine was set at $700 and- was paid by the defendant. He was .bound over io district court following a preliminary hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court here Feb. 24. . , . .• ., ... j,.F*orn Sritt" east high way travel came,to a standstill, and in the Fort, Dodge - Clarion area 10 nches' of snow fell. In north- astern Iowa all trains, buses, and motor travel came to a halt. The Milwaukee Road from Marquette west was completely blocked off 'or over 48 hours, arid there was no highway traffic until Tuesday. The Illinois Central' which goes nto Fort Dodge .from Chicago was also',. snpwblocked for several days. ;f u ': : Many Kossuth residents were caught in the storm, some in Des VToines *. and ' others at eastern Eowa-points.'County girls basket- nob; one studies while tti? wbjrks, The full course fiye years. Miss $>erman4 is a social science majo?, in her seiiond : We'll say this -for Allege, it wwtaa ijwuw to m. has' seemed, aHjmes that the <?o& of today -'WiW tea^h every* but/how t first . The figures indicate some increase in sales for most of the ; including Algona. up, Saiurdsy i* th» official 4i? e! Spring I School Board Organizes The 'AJgona Community School ict board held its organize- I 'w&W&t at the local high '-y, -Members named , vyice, president dujv year < ,a,nd formed Mrs Nelson, 79, Wesley, Passes "Mrs Alfred- (Eunice E.) Nelson 79, a longtime resident of Wesley, died Sunday at the Good Samaritan Home, 'Algona. Fu- neral'services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the First Methodist church at Wesley. ,The Rev. Robert' Jones and the Rev. Alberl Kurtz, will officiate. Burial will ibe in ihe Evergreen Cemetery Wesley. • ; She was born in February, 1880 a, daughter of James and Eliza beth Nance, 'at Nokomis, 111. ". Married in 1898 at Algona, M and Mrs Nelson farmed in the Wesley area until retiring to town .in. 1915, He died in 1943. She was a member of the Rebe- kahrLodge and the Royal Neighbors. Surviving are three sons and three daughters, Thomas .Clear Lake; Otto, Omaha, Neb.; Mrs Harold (Mabel) Flom, Lansford, N. D,; Mrs Nora Kifna, Fontanel- 1'ej Alfred, Eagle Grove; Mrs Robert (Helen) Munson, Bradgate; 17 grandchildren and 13 great- grandchildren. • -Pallbearers were Erling Flom, Del Benner, L. J. Root, Jim Wai Historic Eldg. At Hobarton Lost In Blaze Everett has been named by the lown High School Athletic Association to be Iowa's representative in the Official Sports Film, entitled "Baseball For Millions", which will be filmed on location at Al Lopez Field, Tampa. Whea- tics and Wilson Sporting Goods ore footing the bill on the film, which will Inter be shown in high schools and colleges nil over the country free of charge. Mr Barr will work behind the plate and on the bases during the shooting of the picture, which will go into production April 6. Two squads, made Up of some squad members of the New York Yankees and Chicago White Snx, four large hiah schools in the Tumpn area and several outsland- ng college baseball players, will square off and provide the base- jail'action while Barr and two other umpires, both from southern states, call them as they see them and give the^proper signals. The Barrs plan to be in Florida 10 days, then will begin a trek north along the Atlantic coast to Washington, D. C. They will then head west through Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Chicago and will see as many major league baseball games as possible before arriving home April 18. The younger Barrs already have their assignments from School and will have to find time tp study somewhere along th'e way. Mrs Barr may .fill in as an, nstructor of sorts. Everett has 'been umpiring since 1946,'has worke.d 16 of 33 state tournaments (there are ,hree . baseball tourneys each 20% Increase Seen, With Less Soybeans, Oat s An Increase Jn corn acreage planting in Kossuth county. Of from 10 to 20 percent was predicted yesterday by Dean Barnes, Kossuth county extension director. Barnes said thai ihe increase in corn acreage would be at ihe expense of soybeans and oals. chiefly, and io a lesser extent, hay, pasture and meadow land. Kossuth county had an estimated 212,000 acres in corn in 1958. If the corn acreage planting increased by 20 percent, as some think it will, this would bring approximately 40,000 more acres in Kossuth county into corn pro- Dall teams which had gone to see the., finals of the.state tourna-, ment we.re.. among. those snpw- aound in .Veterans Auditorium in! Des .Moines. over Saturday night .while, the blizzard raged. CHURCH DELEGATES HAVE LONG TRIP HOME For a group from Fire which got a strong start before Algona firemen arrived at the scene, destroyed a Hobarton landmark and thousands of dollars worth of other property late Saturday night. An old 33x80 foot warehouse, a large supply of honey, comb equipment, a boat and fishing tackle, power tools and beekeeping equipment, all owned by Don D. Sparks and valued by him at $18,000, and a $3,000 house trailer parked nearby, owned by Del Leaneagh, Algona, were all destroyed in the fire which lasted for more than three hours. The fire was Discovered' by Highway Patrolman Charles Bird who was on duty traveling on highway 18 north of Hobarton and saw the flames. He radioed, for the Algona firemen who had trouble getting to the site due to bad driving conditions. A seethe Algona O nd truck was later ordered to Presbyterian church who went to the scene as the fire threatened Chicago to attend a national- council of men meeting, it was a long trip home. They were all snowbound in eastern Iowa. Rev. Myron Brower and Al Huenhold, and their wives, went to Chicago by car. They started to' drive home, Sunday afternoon, and ran into the second March blizzard in western 'Wisconsin. Monday they made 20 miles, going from Dubuque to Dyersville before highway patrolmen stopped all traffic at that point for 6 Viz hours. Joe Skow and Karl Kiilsholm made the trip toy train, as did Del Clopton'. The first two went via Milwaukee; Clopton took the Illinois Central from Fort Dodge. All planned on returning via the Milwaukee. The train left Chicago Sunday evening but was stall- o also destroy the Sparks house south of the warehouse. The attic fire was extinguished, however, after causing an estimated il,200 damage. The warehouse was originally juilt in 1917 and served as a store 'or Bob Vincent and Roy Bjust- 'om and later was a night club known as the Green Lantern operated by Frank Vera of Alona. The .building had been used by Sparks for almost a quarter-century. ed at Marquette noon. Then at until Monday Rudd engine •will's injuries included, a fractured jaw, head injuries and possible internal injuries; Halliwill was treated at the hospital and placed in an oxygen tent in an attempt to save his life, bufajl to no avail,/ lie succumbed to hi? injuries, less then half an hour after arrival at > : the hospital, ., parents of Alien an<J,tJ>e jSpp* rud; girls came late, Saturday and ker, -Theroh Hansen. Hansen and Roy Snowball Casualty sident, .i will serve as »• Ti«F <tt ' *» ' 1 .' * * ^*»i I 4ook th$m 'home,;. A;twin Cities 'funeral' Ihome HOOK' cJfalUwjW's' bo4y from the Hamilton :Fumjr.al Home here and was handling fu- UeraJ arrangements, . One day this week Dean Kqppen, son of Mr and Mrs HaTolpV;, Koppen, found out just how badly a snow ball can hurt, when he, received'one right In the face, His face was. badly swol- .Jen 'and' his eye bloodshot anc v«ry "painful. The eyeball was but luckily the eye__.,, , not impaired, and the eye -will have to be covered for a few days. trouble developed after an earlier delay due to an accident. Clopton finally came -home by bus. The other two called and haa a car meet them at Mason City. All got home Tuesday. VFW Auxiliary Elects Officers Mrs Georgia Fitzgerald was elected president of the Algona V.F.W. Auxiliary during a meeting held here Mar. 11, QtheV new officers are Mrs Joyce Schoby, senior vice presi dent; Mr? Bette Hoover, junior vice president; Mrs Lorraine Schoby, treasurer; Mrs Anna Larson, chaplain: Mrs Louella Wolf, conductress; Mrs Mae Fitzgerald, gu8r4;-and Mrs Helen Utt, 3-year trustee. A PWty is being staged, this evening (Thursday) which will honor charter members of the Auxiliary. <JHns, designating ?3 years in the organization, will be presented to Mrs Alta Stevens, Mrs Mildred fceigler, Mrs fcucttle Johnson; Mrs Emma Hagg, JVfrs Alice JHtswortb. and Stewart Mimdenhall, Mrs Anderson Rites Held Here , Funeral services for Mrs Marcia Anderson, 89, ex-Algona resident and mother of Hill Norman of Algona, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the First Lutheran church. Rev. Edsel Isaacson officiated, burial was at Riverview cemetery and McCullough's Funeral Chapel was .in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Perry Lowman, Dick Sjogren, Albert and Gust Hagg, Ross Calhoun and Ed Wolcott. Mrs Anderson died Monday morning at Omaha, Neb., where she lived with one of her three daughters. She was an Algona resident from 1903 until moving to Omaha in 1946 and was well- known by many local residents at that time. Her husband preceded her in death in 1913. A son and three daughters, none living in this area, survive besides Mr Norman. year) in the .past 11 years and has also seen state tournament action during several basketball finales. Council Makes Call, McGregor Through Streets An ordinance designating McGregor and Call streets here as boulevards or through streets was passed by the city council during its regular meeting at the city hall Wednesday night, Mar. 11. Under the new ordinance, which will be found in today's Upper Des Moines, all of McGregor street, from the east city limits to the west city limits, and the portion of Call street west of Phillips street to Hall street will now be known as through streets. McGregor street, for all intents and purposes, has been practically a through street for many years. The new ordinance calls for installation of stop signs on the north and south portions of all intersections where they are not already in use — so every driver will now have to stop when entering McGregor street, instead of just playing it cautious as has been common practice. The same will be true on north and south entrances to Call street. On each of the two streets, present permanent stop signs will remain intact and the new stop signs will be put up in the near future. Milton Dettman, Algona, offered the city $400 for a vacant portion of Ackley street in the eastern part of town and City Clerk Dave Smith was instructed by the council to advertise the property for sale as required by law. Another requirement will be an- open hearing on the matter at a later date. . Salaries of the chief of ponce and matron of the comfort station were revised. The police chief received a $20 per month hike and the matron got a $30 raise. . A beer permit was okayed for Larry's Recreation and beer ana cigarette permits were granted tp the Welcome Inn. duction. Matter Of Income "It is chiefly a matter of income", said Barnes. "Corn appears to be in a more favorable' sosition than soybeans or oats, and there is just going to be more corn." Asked where the additional corn would go, Barnes indicated that there might be a good future for producers of grain bins and storage facilities, with favorable weather conditions. Congressman Merwin Coad, in a news story from Washington, D.C., earlier this week said that he had surveyed the 6th district, which includes Kossuth, and had been told that some farmers expected to increase their corn planting by almost 50 percent. He received 2,763 replies from farmers in 32 Iowa counties. Coad's survey did not agree with that of the Department Of, Agriculture, which Ms indicated no great increase in corn acreage. Lack Subsoil Moisture' ' In the 1 meantime, farmers were turning their thoughts to spring field work, just around the corner. Extension Director Barnes said that despite the heavy snows in recent weeks, this area was deficient 'in subsoil moisture as a result of very little rain last sum-- mer and fall. He added that the manner in which the present snow melts will be very important, but that unless it melts slowly and is absorbed into the soil, and spring rains are healthy, the subsoil moisture would remain deficient compared with what it should be. i "The outlook for subsoil moisture is poor to fair", he summarized. The lowered support price program which goes into effect this year seems likely to result in all the production that can possibly be squeezed from an acre, in an effort to increase bushel yield enough to offset the lowered support price. •' s Crash Injures Two Persons A two-car' crash at the inter. . section of McGregor and Phillips streets here at' 2:40 p.m, Wednesday, Mar. 18, resulted in minor injuries to the drivers of the vehicles, Charles B. Devine and, Mrs Leota M. Geigel, both of Algona, The Devine vehicle was headed north on Phillips at the time, while Mrs Geigel was headed, south on Phillips and beginning a' turn east On McGregor street. Damage to the Devine auto was' estimated at $900 and $150 damage resulted to the Geigel auto. Devine suffered a slight chest injury from hitting the steering wheel, while Mrs Geigel received , a bump on an ankle and elbow. \ No charges were filed by Police-, man Pete yestigated. Jorgenson whd in«' Marilyn Seller ; Gets High Honor **i r * " ..." '** At Credit Meeting Don McCarthy of Algona apd, Leland Frederick, Emmetsb'urg represented, the Emmetsburg Pro* duction Credit Association at $ 2-day conference in Omaha, Neb,, on Monday" and Tuesday (March 16 an<J I?)- t^oth .are officers of the Credit $25 Fine Here For Intoxication A Burt man, Keith Bates, paid $25, and <eosts following, a prelij minary hearing on a charge of intoxication in Mayor C, & court this week,, James Thojreson, Algona, was fined. |IQ and costs for entering » *hro u w street from a stop sjgn vrtthW yielding the right-of-way, w, an» other , psse he ar4 by the , a mishap herf JR dent of the All Wpmen's,Stl Association at Iowa, State'^! Cedar Falls, , and Mar. 31 to attend thflS at Phoeni* .Ariz, the convention ana is time sight- Miss Seller i$a 1859 of Algona jor at

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