Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1933 · Page 5
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A complicated, hotly contested controversy, .with several interests actively involved, was settled a week or so ago, when difficulties involving the Ledyard telephone exchange were Ironed out and its ownership, possession, and operation agreed upon by the interested parties, according to the Bancroft Register, which goes on to say: There waa every Indication that there would be two hotly contested lawsuits, when C. T. Junkins, of Omaha, formerly Ledyard, guardian of F. S. ['<Dad"] Jenks, brought suit against Mrs. Fred Jenks for possession of the exchange and lines. Mrs. Joe Jenks and Mrs. Fred Jenks at the same time brought an action to remove Junkins as guardian. History of Exchange Ownership. in 1917 Joe Jenks and his father, F. S. Jenks, owned the telephone line* Jointly. At that time Joe and till "father made a written agreement whereby F. S. Jenks was to have the use of the telephone lines long as he and his wife lived at. the rental of $15 a month, and F. S. Jenks was to give notes for the $15 a month payable at his death. In September, 1928, F. S. Jenks leased the business to Mrs. Fred Jenks at $60 a month. 'In February, 1933, Mrs. Jenks wanted to reduce the rental to $*5 a month, but Mr. Jenks' guardian, who is her brother-in-law, refused to allow the reduction. Mrs. Jenks then refused to pay rent, and this brought on suit for possession. Disagreement Taken to Court. .Mrs. Joe Jenks and Mrs. Fred Jenks then brought the suit to remove Junkins as guardian, and both suits were ready for trial. The parties appeared before Judge Davidson at the county seat. Quarton & Miller appeared for Junkins, and Sullivan, McMahon & 'Linnan 'for Mrs. Joe Jenks and Mrs. Fred Jenks. Judge Davidson suggested that they get together and settle out of court, which was finally done by written agreement. Terms of Settlement. Under this agreement Mrs. Joe Jenks pays certain claims and is to pay F. 'S. Jenks $15 a month for life, or for a period not to exceed 15. years, thus buying the F. S. Jenks interest in the property. The F. S. Jenks home is to be deeded to Mrs. C. T. Junkins, wife of the guardian and daughter of F. S. Jenks, and Mr. Jenks is to make his home with her. Mrs. Fred Jenks is to pay unpaid rentals to (Mrs. Joe Jenks. Mrs. Fred Jenks leases the telephone business from Mrs. Joe Jenks, now the sole owner, and tlhe KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAGE Fit* Am' Hutchlson "Pent Monday at terms B evergreens for his sonic''" 0 --- 8 ' meCtS at the Ma ' ing a D. H. Goeders spent Sunday and Monday at Minneapolis, buying goods for the Goeders store. Ralph Falwey, Algona, underwent a major surgical operation at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday. Teacher and Mra. William bciimlel, Lotts Creek, visited the August Huenholds Sunday afternoon. The Rev. S. H. Aten, Burt, will occupy the pulpit next Sunday night at 7:30 at the Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. iLenz, Buffalo Center, are parents of a girl, born Friday. The Lenz family formerly lived here. The T. A. Traugera, Ames, spent Sunday with the Paul Traugers. Paul is 'Firestone tire representative in this territory. Mrs. C. H. Williams and her son Bob got home last Thursday from Streeter, ill., where they had spent a week with relatives. Bernice Pickard, Algona, who has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital with pneumonia since last week Tuesday, is reported improving. Mrs. C. C. Robinson and Roy Lowman are undergoing medical treatment at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. Lowman ia a farmer near Algona. The Rev. P. J. Braner has been attending a three day Lutheran pastoral conference of the northwest Iowa district at Fenton this week. 'Mrs. August Heise, Easton, Minn., mother of Mrs. Henry Lavrenz, visited here several days and was taken home Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. iLavrenz. The Ira Iversons, Clinton, came Saturday to visit 'Mrs. Iverson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Huenhold. .Mrs. Huenhold has been seriously sick. The loyal Temperance Legion meets with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter tomorrow afternoon at 4:1'5. The lesson subject will be early spring flowers and birds. Dr. and Mrs. 'L. W. Fox went to Mt. Carroll, 111., yesterday for several days with the doctor's parents. The doctor's father, who is sick, is 70 years old. 60 years ago. Two years ago it was sold t6 Dr. W. D. Andrews. Somewhat unexpectedly, Mrs. W. C. Oewel got home Sunday morn- Ing from Bvanston, 111., where she underwent an operation March 4 and had since remained for x-ray treatment. The doctors thought she needed a vacation from the treatments. In three or four weeks she will go back for the remaining treatments. Mr and Mrs. F. <F. Barker, their daughter, M. M. Morrow, and his son Charles, all of Des Moines, spent the week-end here with old friends. Mr. Barker and.Mr. Morrow were guests of the R. P. >Nortons, and Mrs. Barker and her daughter, guests of the B. A. Thorpes, while Charles Barker was the guest of Vincent Isaacson. Mm J. W. Kelly and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas spent Friday, Saturday, and Sunday ; at Ames, attending a state Catholic Daughters of'Amer- ica convention. Mrs. Kelly is vice grand regent and Mrs. Kohlhaas historian of the local organization. Vernon Kohlhaas and Jos. Kelly Jr. took their mothers to Ames Friday and went back for them Sunday. daughter Ora, and Mrs. Elizabeth Vincent • drove to Guthrie Center .Sunday to visit a sister 9f R. B., and when they arrived they found Mrs. O. H. QiDonnell there. Mrs. O'Donnell, who had spent the winter with her brother, Ira Vincent, at San Antonio, Tex., came home with them. 'Ira has a number of apartment houses there, and looking after them keeps him busy. Several auto-loads of Algona men drove to the Good Hope Methodist church Tuesday evening for a 7 o'clock supper which was followed by an Inspirational program under the auspices of the sub-district Brotherhood. The men were J. A. Brownell, W. A. Dutton, E. J. Gilmore, Dr. Arlo D. Adams, Chris Johnson, Or. M. G. Bourne, Doctor Olson, iR. G. Richardson, .L. M. Mer- rltt, H. 'L. Gilmore, Win. C. Steele, and the Rev. C. V. Hulse. The Veterans of Foreign Wars jave a dance at the fair grounds Monday night, and it was well at- ended. A local orchestra played. H. D. Clapsaddle and Ernst Thlel won emblem blankets for selling nost. dance,tickets. Besides these jlankets 20 others .. were, given away. Officers of the Veterans re: R. W. Cunningham, commander; Maurice Bartholomew, vice commander; Harold Bockes, adju- ant; Henry Newman, quartermas- er; Ernst Thiel, officer of the day. •former continues to conduct the business. The old contract between Joe Jenks and his father is cancelled. Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and for P. J. Kohlhaas, his sister Dena, Sherman township, and E. J. Murtagh spent Saturday and Sunday at Iowa City. ip. J. and Dena visited their father, Kasper Kohlhaas, who underwent a prostate gland operation at the university hospital a week ago Saturday, and found him gaining rapidly. Mr. Murtagh visited the Theo. Hutchisons and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Kennedy drove down from Minneapolis Tuesday for a short visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Goeders. Mr, Kennedy is wholesale manager for Phillips gas. It. Is a good many years now since he left Bancroft for Mitchell, S. D. Later he moved to Minneapolis, and the Kennedys are now becoming old- timers there. Mr. and Mrs; Ralph L'amuth, of Faribault, and Mrs. Rudolph Hermann, Minneapolis; went home Monday, after having been called here last week Wednesday by news of the death of Ralph's brother Edward. Mrs. Hermann went to Mason City with the Lamuths, and thence went to Rudd to visit relatives. Ralph is manager of a Swift plant at Faribault. Substituting for a scheduled speaker who could not be present W. C. Dewel spoke at 'Monday fnr thp Rpsristpr &• Tribune com- i"' a " «""=""""="'• <-o the pending Pan,-at Set MoLes agricultural bill offered las Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French and their son Donald spent Friday and Saturday at Waterloo. W. P. travels for the Cowan & Cowan wholesale lumber company there. Fred Lavrenz Sr., Mrs. August Heise, Easton, Minn., and the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were entertained at supper at the Henry Lavrenz home last week Wednesday. Mrs. S. B. French and her daughter, Mrs. Kermit Setchell, went to Austin, Minn., Tuesday to visit Mrs. Lyle Mathes, another daughter of Mrs. French. They were to return Devine, and between 15 and 20 stitches were necessary to close the wound. The cut, which started on her forehead above her right eye and ran across the bridge of her nose and down her left cheek, was deep. I Want Ads | HOUSE FOR SALE IN IRVING- ton.—Dr. A. L. Rist, Algona. . 9u26tf WANTED — HAMPSHIRE STOCK hog. — Jacob Winkel, phone 13F20. 8p33 FOR SALE—STEEL SAFE In good condition* priced reasonable. — Graham Store. Ilu88 EXTRA GOOD 60 ACRES OF creek pasture for rent. — Carl Hutchlns, phone 24F3. 13u33 FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN BULL, 8 mos. old.—Art Tietz, Algona, 1 miles southeast of fairgrounds. p33 FOR SALE—YELLOW SEED corn, 1 mile west, y 4 mile south Algona.—L. (F. Jenkinson. 13p33-34 REMEMBER WHEN CHANGING the address of your Advance to give us your old address as well as the new. R O p Frank Kohlhaas and Ralph Elbert answered a fire call Friday morning, when a Conoco oil station delivery truck caught fire near the >ridge on No. 169 south of Algona. The blaze started from leaking gasoline around the engine. Most wires on the Studebaker engine were destroyed. The driver of the ;ruck threw dirt and gravel into ;he engine, thus smothering the '.Ire Just as the fire truck arrived. The blaze did not spread to large ;anks the truck carried. The only damage was to the wiring. The body of Mrs. Alta V. Clement, 68, who died last Thursday at Minneapolis, was brought to Algona for funeral services Monday afternoon at the 'Laird & McCullough chapel conducted by the Rev. Geo. K. Davies, Mason City. Burial was made in the iLakota cemetery, where her husband, whose burial was the first there, was buried in 1894. The daughter Alta, now Mrs. Earl R. Hunter, Minneapolis, once attended school here. There is further mention of Mrs. Clement in the Lakota and Titonka columns. CERTIFIED RED RIVER POTA- toes, low price. — Potato Exchange, 612 Cherry St., Des Moines. 13p28-33 POTATO PLANTER AND iPLANT setter lor rent, |2.50 per day.— Jim Watts, Algona, phone 18F21. 15p33 YEARLING HEREFORD BULLS for sale. — Henry Kubly, Lu Verne, phone 1(F6, Corwith P. O. 12p33-34 FOR SALE—MILCH COWS FOR sale or trade for young cattle; also 4-year-old work horse.—J. M. Elmore, Algona. 19p33 BEER Wholesale Jobbers HAMM'S PREFEBRJED STOCK SCHMIDT'S CITY CLUB FOX HEAD Sold by jobbers in Algona and vicinity N Kennedy & Parsons Co. ALGONA Phone 222 ALGONA RENDERING WORKS removes dead animals within without 13p33 reasonable distance charge.—Phone 7. MRS. WERMERSEN SERVICES FRIDAY Funeral services for Mrs, John Wermersen, who died last week Thursday by Senator Thomas, of; Tuesday evening, were conducted Oklahoma. This is the proposal which caused such a furore in the papers last week-end. Father M. A. Schemel, of Alton, and Father 'Francis Illg, of Granville, came Sunday and visited till Monday afternoon with, their respective parents. Father Schemel, who is pastor of the Catholic 'parish at Alton, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Schemel, and Father Illg, who is assistant .pastor of the' Catholic church at Granville, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Illg. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman French, of and their daughters and Harriett at the Methodist church Friday afternoon by the Rev. Chas. 'H. Seward, Laurens, and burial was made in the 'Lu Verne cemetery- Mrs. Wermersen had had heart disease five years, but was up and about the house till a lew days before the end. Pall bearers at the funeral were her three sons and three sons-inlaw: George Wermersen, Miller S. D.; Richard Miller, Lu Verne; John Wermersen, Hutchins; iL. S. Muckey, Algona; Harvey Steven Sexton; and William Comp, Winterset. Mrs. Wermersen's maiden name today- , Hawarden Mrs. Lura Sanders spent last j p^j^ ^ Thursday at Webster City, attend- • s , s ' un <j ay ~ w j t h the H. A. I was Francis Swords, and she was ing a north central district library j Frenclies at Ti t 0 nka and the W. P. i born at Peoria, 111., October S, 1863, meeting. Minnie J. Coate was in Frenclies herc The W. P. French-j being in her 70th year at .death, charge of the library during her I cg entertaineil the Sherman She grew up in the Peoria neigh- absence, j Frenches, and the H. A. Frenclies borhood, and on February 22, 1880, , Lucille Malueg, Ayrshire teacher, | at dinner igunday Sherman, .who was married. The Wermersens Boss, who »tarted his j^f «"» ^°f k :^ d ^ ^F^" i is a cousin of Howard and W. P.. celebrated their golden wedding E. A. Boss Now Owns String of 16 Hotels FOR 'SALE—YiBLLOW SEED corn on the ear, 75c per bu., $1.00 shelled and graded.—Hugh Raney, Algona, phone 15F21. 20p33-36 bite's GROCERY Week-End Specials 19c MO'DBRN 'ROOMS AT THE Beaufort hotel, 112 3rd St. So., opposite Federal bldg., Minneapolis; 75c, $1, $1.'50 a day. (Parking next door. 22p33 IF ITS, INSURANCE, THINK OF The Algona Insurance Agency— safe, sound, dependable insurance at low cost.—C. R. La Barre, phone 55. 20u30tf FOR SALE—MANCHU and Illini soy beans. Germination-tested. 90c bushel at farm, 1% miles north of Corwith. Bring sacks.—A. E. Mulllns, Corwith. 23p31-34 STEAiDY WORK, GOOD PAY— Reliable man wanted to call on farmers. No experience or capital needed. Write today. — McNess Co. Dept. B, Freeport, 111. 27p33 Mothers' Cocoa, 2 Ib. can Sugar, 10 Ibs. ____. 48c Cornflakes, Irg. £C«» pkg., 3 for _— CwG Cookies, assorted chocolates and plain, 2 Ibs. Oranges, nice sweet, 2 doz. — Toilet Paper, 8 rolls :_. 25c Picnic Hams, fresh and meaty, Qfft per Ib. ---------- 5JG Sliced Peaches, No. 10 size ____ STOVE BARGAIN — GASOLINE white and grey porcelain finish, four burners with large oven, outside 10-gal. tank, new style. Reason for sale—installed Phone 627-W. electricity. 26tfg LAST WEEK FOR THESE >BAR•gains! 5 gals, oil free with. pr. tires; Y 2 pt Art Enamel, 25c brush free. Wire screen >26 in. 3 3-4c ft. Screen paint, 27c qt. Cup grease, 13c Ib.—Gamble Stores. 34-33 AUCTION SALE Saturday, April 29 At 1:30 p. m. One Block South of Steele's Store. Harry Wilson is leaving town and has consigned his household goods for this sale, and we have many other items listed by other people. Dressers, beds, springs, tables, chairs, oil stoves, kitchen cabinet, washing machine, high chair, fruit jars, canned fruits, electric hot plate, sewing machine, plenty of dishes and kitchenware. 24 EXTRA GOOD LAYING HENS A nearly new John Deere cream separator, Viking cream set, one wide tire wagon, lots of tools. List anything you have to sell before noon Saturday. C. A. FBASEK, Manager C. W. DAVENPORT, Auct. *»»«»»»««»»«»»»»»»»»». " ntB - Mlami Mrs , " ueg ___..._ . fiirt 1 i'-lllCJ'L-Q, *>1 1 . CUtU i»l 1«J- +-4> "• *•»**- —— Of hotel career here in 191Gjincl _stm : an(1 the th ,. ee s , pent Saturday at N'emaha, where Lucille will teach i owns the Algona hotel, now owns a string of 1G other similar hotels, including 15 in Iowa and two outside. The outsiders are the Hotel Wright, Alma, Mich., and Hilton, Beloit, Wis. The other 14 hotels are: Randolph, Des Moines; 'Hoist, Boone; Mealey, Oelwein ; .Bradford, Storm next year. operates a lumberyard at Hawar- and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger, three years ago. In 1891 the couple came to Iowa and. settled in the Lu Verne neigh- year. p i Burt, 'came to Algona Monday to '• borhood on a farm. Some years ago Mr. and Mrs. James Capesms. or, answer a reques f o{ CO unty author- i retired and moved to Algona. '' ities on why they had not renewed Mrs. Wermersen joined the iFair- their last year's automobile li- view Methodist church in Lu cense. The reason was satisfactor- j Verne township, but when she came TT f i uuuc, became parents of ' third child at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. The newcomer is an i nl? •n«Molne•Hoist Boone • S ^ lb ' "° y ' , | liey haV ° & »y furnished when they explained! treV.^.^r'BrS^.^; ^ h f UhStt Aid meets next {^ s ?™ ^Isenb'erSr Lake; New Willson, Webster C,*; week Thurs . ay a£terno0 n at 2:30 J«»^ ^^^^1^1 Ellis, Waterloo.; Warden, i«on j th nurch basement. After bus- & un h t t b t Dodge; Anthes, Fort Madison. Or- jne Mrs Inge rsoll's division will ".V 1 ™ „" B 1 1 rt««,l n4-rtM 17 Uf llPWl llfi ! . - O it _«x.n-nnn-i _ _ -I « 1 I'll U. Ui »*»«. Cabbage Plants ! > 2 for 25c lorries, in fancy and 1 cheap. 1 are higher and so is mis is for the farm- us your orders. URS Moines ta Al by M4 leans and Gardston, Estherville; Gedney, Independence; Linderman, Clarinda; Whitney, Atlantic; Winneshiek, Decorah. Mr. Boss also had a hotel in Nebraska, but gave that one up. He lives at Des Moines, and his wife was employed at the Algona hotel before they were married. Burglars Hold Up Ex-Swea_City Man Swea City, Apr. 25—Manford Peterson, who formerly worked in the bakery here, was the victim of an attempted robbery of, the Fleckstein brewery In Faribault, Minn., last week. Mr. Peterson was pass- Ing the brewery en route to the Shattuck Military academy, where he works as baker and was seized, taken Inside and tied to a chair. In about three hours he succeeded m releasing himself, getting away at 4:30-a, m., and called police. The robbers succeeded in breaking open the vault, but obtained no money, as the company had deposited late the evening before. Algona Dentist to Hold State Clinic Dr. A. D. Adams will be at (Dea Moines from next Sunday till Thursday, attending an * nnu 5J Iowa state dental convention, on Thursday he will conduct a clinic In Immediate denture service, tne same clinic he conducted in February at a meeting of the Minnesota state dental convention. Doctor Adams has conducted clinics ror the last 12 years at state conventions,. En route to Des Moines he will visit his son Arlo D. at Woodward. and ,.._-- -- _-,,Mrs. Mane Panthen, of Eldora, have charge of the program a 15c luncheon. ily furnished when they explained ! here was transferred to the local that the car was wrecked in a col-! church.- She was also a member of lision last season. Mrs. Isenberger | the Royal Neighbors camp here. Besides the three sons and three daughters, Mr. Wermersen, 22 j grandchildren, and two great- Mr, and Mrs. E. C. M'cMahon will I grandchildren survive. There is move next week to the Harry Wil-lalso a brother, Nathan Swords, at and two children, with Mrs Anna j H { , the Luda Kulow, of Hubbard, visited the Qn gouth Joneg _ They ( Pont iac, 111. • Algona Girl In Accident. IrvffiKn. Apr. 24-Zelba Winkle, employed at Port Dodges, is recovering from injuries suffered recently, vrnen she fell from a car while it was to motion. A door was not well latched, and it opened when she leaned against it. Zelba is tae only daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Harry Winkle. Algona. Dry Delegate to Named. At » fresco township caucus Tuesday evening at the Rev. P. J. Braners Saturday Sunday. Mrs. Panthen and Mrs. lace cottage next east of the Bryant building. Miss Wallace will return to Algona early in June, af- the and their two sons, and Mrs. sister Irene came Saturday attend the funeral of Mrs. Ry- no'8 and Irene's cousin, Edward th They went home Sunday after a visit with the John , .parent* of Mrs. Ryno and Ir The cupola of the General hos- taken down Tuesday and This is the old Lewis d- «• *>• B*rt a° me was considered one the hest homes to aorth « ww fruUt wore th« ers in Wisconsin, at Orlando, Fla., and at Bay MInette, Ala. She Is at present at Bay Minette. Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. a senior in the high school this year, and recently she was awarded an accuracy pin in typing. She also received a mark of 100 per cent in the commercial department, of artistic typist certificates. A clipping from the Mason City Gazette said she received the pin for having the best paper. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vincent, Kulow are sisters of Mrs. Braner. tejl ft , g albsence> during which Timothy Collins, Dell Rapids, S. h . been ith 8lsters and ,, •D., spent Saturday with the Mrs. Nellie McMahons and the E. C. McMahons. The McMahons and Mr Collins formerly lived at Emmetsburg. Mr. Collins visited there last week. The Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows, Dallas Center, went home last week Wednesday, after a few days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright. Mr. Burrows is pastor of the Presbyterian church at Dallas Center. Mr and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg returned Monday from a trip to Davenport and Chicago. Mr. Hauberg bought goods in Chicago for tv "> Chrischilles & Herbst store, Mrs. Hauberg visited with her parents at Davenport. •Mrs. Hazel Olson, Chicago, arrived Friday and visited here till Tuesday, the guest of Mrs. Mar. guerite Kenefick. Mrs. Olson, who fs the former Hazel Staley, and Mrs. Kenefick spent Saturday at Forest City, where Mrs. Olson for- m Mrs E V< C. McMahon accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhigg, Emmetsburg to (Des Moines a week ago Sunday. They were called there by word of the serious illness of Mrs. Ouhiggs Sister! They returned last week SratfMrs. R. L. Padgett, Lone Rock spent Monday with the fpr- B Brt mother. Mrs. William- Dehn- «,t This was the second time Mr. Padgett has been here sdnce an automobile accident last D«««*«Heis still unable to do much work, Burt Girl's Face Badly Gashed as Two Cars Tangle Bancroft,' Apr. 24—A Chevrolet coach driven by Mrs. Merwyn Hold- and j ing, Burt. and a Model A Ford driv- Mrs. W. K. Schoby, Mason City, Is! en by Editor Edw, Thaves, Burt, collided Friday afternoon at 4:30 on the pavement just west of Bancroft on No. 169. The Thaves car hit the back bumper of the Chevrolet. Bonnie, and further received a Gregg order 111-year-old" daughter of Mrs. Holding, who was riding in the back seat with her brother Bobby, was thrown against the left back window which broke and cut her face. Bonnie was taken to (Dr. J. A. ANNOUNCEMENT! I have purchased the ALGONA BAKERY formerly operated by Lewis Wilson, and will, continue to make the same quality of bread, cakes, and rolls as in the past. I am retaining the same employes and trust I may enjoy the continued patronage of our past friends and customers. Lt Ft RICE 4 Yx>urs for a Better and Mpre Prosperous Friendly, City Special FURNITURE Purchase j BOUGHT AT THE NEW LOW PRICES Living Room Suites 25 NEW PATTERNS 2 PIECE MOTTATR SUITES $39.75 Be sure and see oar f 59.00 Special Dining Room Suites 8-rpiece genuine walnut veneer—lat- ! est style $49.75 Bed Room Suites Latest designs in bedroom suites $29*75 and up Special prices on mattresses. Rugs — Rugs — Rugs Good assortment at lowest prices ever sold for in Algona* All new patterns. 9x12 Axminster $19.75 9x12 Wilton $39.50 Be sure and see, the new Kelvinator Refrigerator* ^Ef ^BSr ^BF ^^^^»^P£ ^9 ^P^pflP 4PHIVP ^|P^HIPlPJp ^BP ^(JPr^BjlFw I r, 1,

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