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Lutheran Brethren convention June 3-5 [AT THE MOVIES) Jvot 1, \974t IN COUNTY COURT MOIATf WVH10M Ftt«K«.41Wl REV. O. D. THOMPSON Harold C. Larson services Monday Services for Harold C. Larson, 68,918 W. Stanton, who died Thursday in Rochester, will be held Monday at 11 a.m. at the First Lutheran Church, Fergus Falls, with the Rev. C. K. Preus officiating. Burial will be at Trinity Lutheran Church cemetery in Wendell. He was born Aug. 1, 1905, near Wendell, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lars H. Larson. He attended dairy school at the University of Minnesota and was a creamery manager at Nashua, Barnesville and Wendell and was caretaker at Riverview Heights in Fergus Falls from 1968 until his retirement in 1973. He married Irene Wick April 5,1933, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Fergus Falls. She died in 1950. On June 211, 1952, he married Myrtle Vaa at the West Elbow I Jke Church. Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Mrs. Peter (Delores) Sinclair, Stephen; a son, LeRoy, Rochester; and six grandchildren. Friends may call at Glende- Johnson-Nelson Funeral Home, Fergus Falls. Mrs. Charles Gulstad dies in Detroit Lakes Mrs. Charles (Oline) Gulstad, 91, Pelican Rapids, died Thursday at the Detroit Lakes Nursing Center. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Zion Lutheran Church in Pelican Rapids, with the Rev. Lars Larsen officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Oline Peterson was born Oct. 8,1882, in Norway, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peder Peterson. She came to the United States and Pelican Rapids in 1905. She married Charles Gulstad Oct. 11, 1907. The couple farmed in Dunn Township. He died June 15, 1960. She lived at the farm until two years ago when she moved to the Detroit Lakes Nursing Center. She is survived by two sons and three daughters: John and Chester Gulstad, Pelican Rapids; Mrs. M. J. (Esther) Stockdale, Neptune Beach, Fla.; Mrs. A. (Sonja) Levine, Alexandria, Va.; Mrs. E. W. (Myrtle) Hagen, Moorhead; eight grandsons and seven great-grandchildren. Arrangements by Johnson-Larson Funeral Home. Alfalfa seed production drops WASHINGTON (AP) - Production of alfalfa seed last year totaled 102.3 million pounds, down from 150.4 million in 1972, says the Agriculture Department. Output in California, the largest producer, dropped to 25.5 million pounds from 31.5 million a year earlier. The 75th Annual Convention of the Church of the Lutheran Brethren will be held in the auditorium of the Lutheran Brethren Schools June 3-5. Presiding at the business sessions will be the synod's president, the Rev. Eve raid H. Strom, Fergus Falls. The convention will attract delegates from 16 states as well as two provinces of Canada. The theme chosen is "Things That Abide". On Monday at 7:45 p.m. the Rev. 0. D. Thompson, president of the Board of Foreign Missions and pastor of Ebenezer Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, will give the keynote address. Preceding the evening service Monday, the Bethel Lutheran Church Choir of Fergus Falls, under the direction of William L. Windahl, will present the contata, "Jesus Is Coming" at 7 p.m. The congregation of Hope Lutheran Brethren Church, Everett, Wash, will be recommended by the Executive Board for membership in the sy nodi cal body. Four graduates from the Ijitheran Brethren Schools Seminary will be recognized Tuesay morning and an announcement will be made concerning their placement. They are: Eugene Boe who will pastor Bethel Lutheran Church, Huntington Station, Dale Hanson who will serve Bethel Lutheran Church, Faribault; Al Moloscan who will serve Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Mentor, Ohio; and Richard Taylor who has accepted the call to Hope Lutheran Church, Everett. Two building projects will be presented for discussion and decision. The one concerns a proposed classroom and media center on the campus of Lutheran Brethren Schools and the other is a proposal to establish a new nursing home in Phoenix. Other matters of business include the possible appointment of new foreign missionaries, election of officers, and the adoption of a budget for this fiscal year. The evening devotional sessions beginning at 7:45 are open to the public. The Rev. A. A. Pedersen, former president of Lutheran Brethren Schools, will speak Tuesday evening and on Wednesday evening the Rev. John Kilde, a member of the Lutheran Brethren Schools County tfOMK Tail «. Ordtr lor HMfiflf Still worried . . . Charlie McCready (Bob Crane) is concerned about his daughter Wendy (Kathleen Cody), who has just married Bart (Kurt Russell) in this scene from "Superdad," Walt Disney Productions' romantic comedy about an establishment father who tries to steer his daughter toward the proper marriage. This Technicolor feature is showing along with "Son of Flubber" through Tuesday at the FERGUS Theatre. Handicap policy under criticism in The MJ t iw Of The Estate Of Paul Gliwe, DtccdenT. IT IS ORDERED Th»t tttt petition tor 9«n*f«l «dm'^iistr»tkxi tiled herein and any object ion* fired thereto t* heard on June 2Sth, 1974, «l 10:00 o'clock A M. by ihit court in tne tovrtrwxne in the City ol Fergus F*ils, Minnesota. That, if proper, at said time and pi act a representative will be appointed lo administer the mare, *t» shall collect all assets and trie an inventory thereof, pay all legal debis, claims, and taxes, and expenses ot *0 ministration, and seil such real and personal property as may be n««s*i> irxj for the t>*si interest! of the estate. Upon compltixxi of atfministr alien, the representative shall file a final account for allowance and shall distribute tne estate to the persons thereunto entitled «<i ordered by the court arm do all other acts to close the estate. IT 15 FURTHER ORDERED, thai creditors of decedent file iheir claims in Ibis court within S'xty (M) days from Ine date hereof and lhat$»:d claims be heard on Ju[y31sMf7J.»t W:OOo'clocV A.M. by this co'jri in (he courinouse in the City ol Fergus Falls, hrVnnewia. Dated May ?lsi, 1974 Henry PoUinghorn judge (Court Seal) Williams, NeHSOn & Hitr Fergus Falls, Minnesota 54537 Attorneys MIDDIJSTOWN, Ohio (AP) — Police Chief James Howerton, irate over an American legion Auxiliary policy barring handicapped girls from participation in Girls State, has mailed in his paid-up membership card. Howerton, a former Legion post commander, also wrote a letter of protest to National American Legion Commander Robert E. L. Eaton of Indianapolis, Ind. Howerton said he took the action after reading a news report that the auxiliary did not intend to change its policy for this year's "Democracy in Action" program June 15-23 at Capital University in Columbus. A Columbus school teacher had urged that the ban on handicapped girls be lifted. An auxiliary spokesman explained that the rule against participation of handicapped girls was based on the belief that they would not be able to keep up with other girls in the week-long exercise in government. "As a member of the American Legion I am returning my paid-up membership card as a symbol of protest in behalf of those who cannot protest on their own," Howerton said in his letter to Eaton. He also protested that "we, as an organization, can condone excluding a child with sightless eyes, twisted limbs or unhear- ing ears from participating in otir form of democracy. "That we can say that the Constitution for which we fought to preserve does not apply to you because your body is not perfect, and we cannot take the extra time to push your wheelchair or guide you through an unlighted room. "That we have reached that point in our society where compassion has been replaced with indifference. "1 would remind you that many of our own are handicapped because they believed strongly enough in our form of government that every person has the right to reach for the brightest star in the heaven ... the right to reach for that star should not be denied to anyone." (First Publication June ), 1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FiltN4.41M1 State of Minnesota, County ol Otter Tail ss. Order for Hearing on Petition lor General Adinifliilralien. In The Matter Of The Estate Of AI cert F. Borck. Decedent. IT is ORDERED thai ihe petition for general administration tiled herein and any ob[ections thereto be heard on June 25th, 1974, al 10.00 o'clock A.M. by Ihis court in Ihe courthouse in the City of Fergus Palis, Minnesota. That, If proper, at said, time and place a representative will beappointed to administer the estate, who shall collect all assets and file an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal properly as may be necessary and for the best Interests ot the estate. Upon ccwnpfetion of adm'tnistralion, the representative shall I He a final accounl for allowance and shall distribute the estate toihe persons thereunto entitled as ordered by Ihe court and do all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims in Ihis court wilhin sixty (60) days from the dale hereot and that said cFaims be heard on July list, WJ, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by this court in the courthouse in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Dated May 72nd, 1974. Henry Pojfrnghorn Judse (Court Seal) Williams, Nelson & Nitz Fergus Falls, Minnesota 5*537 Attorneys (Pint Publication May 18.1974) INCOUMTYCOURT PROBATE DIVISION State of Minnesota, County of Otter T*il ss Or tftrftr Hearing on Petition to Del ermine Dment in Re Estate Oi Ernest H. RodeiXuh/, Decedent. Edna Svarvari Olson having filed in inis Coyrt a petition representing, among oih.er things, tnai said decedent died intestate more than five years prior to ttie filing tr.ereol/ leaving certain property in Otter Tail County, Minnesota, and that no will of said detetfenr has been proved, nor ad miriisiratron of his estate granted, in mis State and praying that the descent ol said property be determined and tnai it be assigned to in« persons entitled tnefelo: IT IS ORDERED, That the hearing tnered be had on June ittn, 1974, at 10:OC o'clock A.M., before tnls Court, in tne County Court Room, irvthe Court House, in the City of Fergus Falls/ Minnesota, and tnat notice hereof be given by the publication of this order in the Fergus Falls Daily Journal and by mailed notke as provided by law. Dated May I'Jlh, 1974 Henry Pol king horn Judge. (Court Seal) Field, Arvesen, Donoho, Lundeen & HoM Fergus Falls, Minnesota Aliorney for Petitioner. (First PublicationMav 2S. 1974) BIOS FOR GRAPHIC ART EQUIPMENT Sealed bids will be received by the Director of Ihe Vocalional Center, Otter Tail County, Fergus Falls, Minnesota, in the Administration Office at 600 Friberg Avenue, and up to 1:30 P.M., June 10,1974. for Graphic Arts Equipment. 1 — 25" offset Printing Press List of items and specifications to be frd are available in the Administration Office, 400 Friberg Avenue, Fergus Falls, Minnesota. The Vocational Board reserves the right to reject any and all btds. Hsllman Engqu^st, D'^ector Vocational Center 600 Friberg Avenue Fergus Falls. Minnesota HS37 (First Publication May >l> 1974) (NCOUNTYCOUtT PROIATE DIVISION Fill 41|)« Statf of Minnesota, County of Otter Tail si. Order for Hear kit on Prtitiw for Athnissiori •1 Will to Front* in Tne Matter Of The Estate Ot Mervin G Fioen, Decedent. IT IS ORDERED that the petition for admission of will to probate filed herein and any objections filed thereto b« heard on June Ifflh, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by Ihis court in the courthouse in tne City of Fergus FaMs, Minnesota. That, >t proper, at said lime and p<ace a representative win be appointed to administer the estate, who shall collect ail assets and file an inventory thereof, pay all legal debts, clafrni, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and per. sonal property as may o« necessary and for the besi interests ol the estate. Upon completion of administration, the representative shall I Me a final account for allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunio entitled »s ordered by th« court and do all otner acts to dos* the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims in ihis court within sixty (60) days from the date hereof and that said claims be heard on July 17th, 1974, at 10:00O'clock A.M. by tnls court in the courthouse in t/ie City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Dated May 91h, 1974 Henry Po' king horn Judge of County Court. (Court Seal) Ruler, Hefre, Pemberton, Schulze & Sortie Fergus Falls, Minnesota 56537 Attorrveys (First Publication June 1,1974) IN COUNTY COURT FAMILY COURT DIVISION Stale ot Minnesota County of Otter Tailss. in ihe Matter of the Welfare of TAMERA LAE HEMMELGARN, Child. NOTICE OFHEARWG ON PETIT!ONFOB ADOPTION To Stuart Allan Moore: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That » Hearing on the Petition of Roderick A. Cleveland, Ihe stepfather of Tamer a Lae Hernmelgarn, Child, to adopt said Child wilt betiad before the above named Court in County Court Room B, in Ihe Otter Tail County Court House in tne City of Fergus Fails, State of Minnesota, on Friday, June », 197*, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. Oaled at Fergus Falls, Minnesota, this ttth day of May, 1974. BY THE COURT: Henry Polkinghorn Judge of County Court (Court Sea!) M. J. Daly Attorney for Petitioner Perham, Minnesota 56573 (First Publication May 25, 1974) INCOUNTYCOURT PROBATE DIVISION FileNo.4IS5i Stateof Minnesota, County of Otter Tailss. Order for Hear ing on Petition for Getter iJ Administration. In The Matter Of The Estate Of MaihiLde Nor by, Decedent. IT IS ORDERED that the petition for general administration filed herein and any objections filed thereto be heard on June IBth, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by ihis court in the courthouse in tne city ot Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, if proper, at said lime and place a representative will be appointed to administer the estate, who shall collect an assets and file an inventory thereof, pay alt legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal property as may be necessary and tor the best interests of the estate. Upon completion ot administration, the representative shall file a final account for allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunio entitled as ordered by the court and do all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file meir claims in this court within sixty (60) days from the date hereof and that said claims be heard on July 24th, 197J, at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by this court En the courthouse in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Dated May 16th, 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Court Seal) Jon Stafshoit Elbow Lake, Minnesota Attorney Fergis Falls (Mi.) tonal Sat., June 1,1974 2 (First Publication Mtv 30, l»74) OPfNFMttO! Someone 10 script mi toot p>inl *nd paint tfte exterior of residence of 1220 N. Baird. Also ro paint trim of the First United Church 01 Christ. Church will furnish paint. Send bids to Harold Luther, I3J? Hillcrest Court. Church ooird reserves right to rtitct any or III bids. (First Publication April 27.1974) NOTICE OF MORTOAOE FORCLOSUKtiALC Notice is Hereby Given, Thai default has occurred in the conditions of But certain mortgase, dated me I4tti in of January. 1970. executed by Archie E. Filley and Diane K. Filler, huicand and wife, as mortgagors and later purportedly assumed by OarEene Lindstrom not/ Darlene A. Muchow by Warranty Deed dated May 12. 1971; as mortgagors to Conservative MOTlga»e Company, an Iowa Corporation, as mortgagee, filed (or record in Ihe office 01 the Register ot Deeds in and for the County of Otter Tail, and State of Minnesota, on tne 26tti day of January, 1970. at ll;25 o'clock AM , and recorded in Book 289of Morlgioe Records, page 359, thereafter being duly assigned to Federal National Mortgage Association, Washington D.C. and Ked lor record with the otter Tail County Register of Deeds in Book n of Assignm-nls, page 439 on Fwruary II, 197uat!:!5 A.M., the original principal amount secured by said mor- tjage being U»,500.0u; that no action or proceeding has been instituted at law to recover me debt secured by said mor tg<ge/or any part thereof, that said mortgage is currently in default for failure to make installment payments as agreed upon that there is due and claimed to be due upon said mortgage, Including interest u date hereof, the sum ot Sixteen Thousand Seven Hundred Twelve and 0»100 UI6.712.08) DOLLARS, plus real estate taxes paid by mortgagee^sslgnee of l!33M plus insurance paid by mortgagee- assignee totalling S17J.M and that pur. suant to the power of sale therein con- lained, said mortgage will be foreclosed and the tract of land lying and being in the " County of Otter Tail, State of Minnesota, described as follows, to-wit: The West SO feet ot Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Block 33, WHEELER and RAWSON'S THIRD ADDITION to the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota said premises encompass less tfian 10 Acres in size, and will be sold by the sheriff of said county at public auction on the seventeenth day o< June, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., at public vendu* to the highest bidder for cash at me North Door of the Court House in ttie City of Fergus FalK in said county and slate, to pay me debt then secured by said mortgage and taxes, if any, on said premises and the costs and disbursements allowed by law. The timeallowed by law for redemption by the mortgagor, personal representatives or assigns is six 16) months from the date of said sale. Dated April 23, 1974 Federal National Mortgage Association of Washington, DC. Assignee-Mortgagee. IRVINE, RAMSTAD, QUAM & BRIGGS, PA. By: William H. Brioos Attorneys for Assignee-Mortgagee. ATTENTION ELKS Wednesday, June 5 MEETING AND MEN'S NIGHT Smorgasbord Served 7:00 to 7:30 $|50 Meeting 8:00 George Roclke, E.R. Seminary faculty, will give the final address ot the convention. The national convention of the Lutheran Brethren Women's Missionary Fellowship will be held Tuesday at Bethel Lutheran Church of Fergus Falls. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and the business session will be held from 9:M until noon. The convention will then meet at the Holiday Inn for luncheon and a devotional service. Mrs. Joan Gjerness, president of the Womens Missionary Fellowship, will preside at the convention. John Sundstrom, BO, services Tuesday John Sundstrom, 80, Pelican Rapids, died Thursday at St. Luke's Hospital in Fargo. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Faith Lutheran Church in Pelican Rapids, with the Rev. Arnold Lindgren officiating. Burial in the Central Lutheran Cemetery, Pelican Rapids. He was born Jan. 13, 1894, in Lida Township, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sundstrom. He grew up in the area and farmed all his life in IJda Township. He never married. He is survived by one brother and one sister: Elmer Sundstrom and Mrs. Johanna Haugrud, both of Pelican Rapids. Arrangements by Johnson- Larson Funeral Home. Singer has operation CHARIOTTE, N.C. (API Singer F,thel Waters. 74, is reported "doing fine" after a cataract operation. She left Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte Wednesday and is recovering at the home of a Billy Graham employe who gave the assessment of her recovery. Miss Waters has been associated with the Rev. Graham since 1957. The cataract surgery Monday was the second such operation she has had in recent months. *lsrael ADVKRTISEMKNT JUST RKCF.;V::H "Ttie White House Transcripts" Complete and uncut in patwr- back for jutsi $2.50. ReaJ is history. the transcripts are most facmatintf on the subject of Richard Nivnn and the presidency. It gives insights into Nixon's vie* of the legal s>st«m and legal quettionv By mail add sales lax plus 500 postage Continued from page 1 by Maj. Gen. Herzl Shafir, Israel's chief of armed forces operations, and Gen. Adnan Ta- yara of Syria, might finish their work in less than five days. They are working on such matters as how Syria and Israel will thin out their forces and the exact disengagement lines. Palestinian politicians and guerrilla leaders planned to meet in Cairo today to discuss whether to join the Middle East peace talks scheduled to resume in Geneva or to continue their 26-year struggle against Israel. Reports said they were sharply divided over what course to take. The Palestinians also planned to discuss the possible creation of a separate Palestinian state in the Gaza Strip and the west bank of the Jordan River if Israel should give up those territories. In other developments: —The Beirut newspaper An Xahar reported that the United States and Syria, which broke relations during the 1967 Arab- Israeli war, have decided in principle to resume relations. —Washington sources said President Nixon may visit Syria during his Middle East trip this month. He is expected so far to stop in Egypt, Israel, Saudia Arabia and probably Jordan. Nixon is due to make a week-long trip to the Soviet Union on June 27. *Supreme Continued from page 1 Gesell backed Colson and Ehrlichman. but Jaworski said a compromise offered by Nixon's lawyer, James D. St. pair, ••seems adequate at this time." Jaworski suggested Gesell kill subpoenas delivered to the President. Ehrlichman, Colson and three others are accused of conspiring to violate the civil rights of Dr. Lewis Fielding, Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist. The charges involve a break-in at Fielding's Beverly Hills, Calif., office designed to obtain material on Ellsberg, who leaked the Pentagon papers to news media. Gesell has agreed that the defendants, their attorneys and the special prosecutor should have access to the personal papers of the men. Nixon softened his previous position Thursday, by declaring a willingness to allow Colson's and Ehrlichman's attorneys to review potential evidence. IFirst PuDKcalion June T, 1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION File No. 1 State ol Minnesota. CounlyotOTtef Tailss. 0refer for Hearing on Petition to Dettrmine Descent In Re Estate Of Oltin A. Trowkj, Decedent. Clarence A Trosviq having filed in this Court a petition representing, arrwnq other things, lhat said decedent died intestate more than live years prior lo the filing IriereoJ, leaving certain properly in Otter Tail County, Mir-nesota, and that no v/ill of said decedent has been proved, nor administration of his estate granted, 'n this State and prayinq that Ihe descent of said property be determined and that it be assigned to the persons entitled thereto; IT IS ORDERED. That tne hearing tnereol be had on June ?5lh. 197J, at 10:00 o'clock A M , before this Court, in the County Court Room, in the Court House, in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by the publication ol this order "m the Fergus Falls Daily Journal and by malted notice as provided by law. Dated May 31st. 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge (Court 5ea!J Nycklemoe. NyckMmoe & Kyckleinoe Fergus Falls. Minnesota 56H7 Attorneys for Petitioner. TELEVISION SCHEDULES (First Publication June 1,1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FMN0.41U1 Stalecf M'-nnewta, County of Otter Tall ii. Order for Hearing on Petition lor General Adminls1ril»on. in The Matter Of The Estate Of Albert ' HoVold, Decedent. IT IS ORDERED that the petiTon for general administration filed herein and any objections filed thereto be heard on June 25th, 197^ r at 10:00 o'clock A.M. by this court in trw courlhouse In the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, if proper, at sati time and place a representative will beappointed to administer me estate, wtto shall collect all assets and file an inventory thereof, psy all legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of administration, and sell such real and personal properly as may be necessary and for me best interests of the estate. Upon completion of administration, tne representative snail file a final account for allowance and shall distribute ttie estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims in this court wilhin sixty (60) days from the date hereof and that said claims be heard on July list, 1974, at 10:00 o'clock A M. by this court in the courthouse in the City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Dated May 21st, 1974 Henry PolKinghorn JuOge (Court Seal) Field, Arvesen, Donoho, Lundwn & Hotf Fergus Falls, Minnesota 5&S37 Attorneys (First Publication May 18. mj] IN DISTRICT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Stateof Minnesota, Countyot Otter Tail The First National Bank of h-ergui Falls, a corporation. Plaintiff vs. Mar land Hoif, Defendant NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thai pursuant to a writ of execution to me delivered in the action above entitled 1 have levied upon and will set I at public auction to Ine hi9hest bidder for cash on tr-e 1st day cf Jyly H7*.ai lOo'clocX A.M., at ire north door of tr.e Oiter Tail County Court House in Ihe City of Fergus Falls in said County arxJ State, all the ri^ht, t;t-.e and interest of Mariand HoH above narred in and ',o tne real property described a* follows, 10 Mil: Anund.videdorte half interesi in axl to ine north one-half of the northeast one-qjarter of section t. township 113 north, range *1 west; and An one hall interest in and to ihe oortMw,«t oneouarter of the nor ir.wesi one quarter of sect : on 3, townstvp 133. range 41. Otter Ta.i County, Minnesota Da'ed May IQth, 197* Canton Mortpnsen Sheriff of Otter Ta-i Co-joty. Minn. By S ; dney Nelson. 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