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HISTORICAL DEPT, 20Pages- COUNTY FAIR - AUCTION EDITION - 20 Pages OFFICIAL CITT AND COUNTY PAPER Awarded Highest Honors as "lowas Best Weekly Newspaper" By State University of Iowa, 1933 Qflfje &lgona Upper Be* Jlotneg 1934 FAIR- AUCTION EDITION Established 1865 ALOONA. IOWA. THURSDAY, AUGUST HO, 19:U Twenty Pages —Sect. I VOL. :V2.— NO. r>r> KOSSUTH AWAITS COUNTY FAIR OPENING Big Auction Party on Court House Lawn, Friday, 2 "™&r 1 ™ - |«pX ™ „„ ADULT BIDDERS 41 ^ •%,*•• A ± ****** • sSdHN KINU ntAt uw School Band to Play Half Hour Concert Preceding Auction FIVE CLERKS TO SPEED UP BIDDING Another gala Auction Day will occur In Algona, Friday, when 100 articles of merchandise, donated by Algona merchants, will be put on the auction block and purchased with auction money, which hundreds of Kossuth folks have been saving for the past two weeks. The auction will start promptly at 2 p. m. From 1:30 to 2 p. m. the Algona high school band will offer a concert program. The affair will be held on the court house lawn. EXCHANGE YOUR MONEY To speed np counting at the auc- tlbn, bidden are asked |o exchange their small bills for the ten dollar sizes at The Algona Upper DCS Mjoincs office. Then If the, bills arc sorted Into bandies of, *ay, $50 or $100, the clerks can speedily count them at (to auction. That the bidding would not no Into as high figures as It did last year Is a foregone conclusion, as children have not b:en allowed to exchange the coupons In the paper for money. Therefore, persons with smaller amounts can have a much better chance to bid. Only adults may bid. There is still 24 hours and a little ever to exchange coupons for dollars, and to get auction money with purchases, or in payment of bills. All auction money in the possession of the business houses will be collected at noon, Friday. Twe'Good Auctioneers Lou Matern and C. O. Riddle are scheduled to do the auctioneering, and five clerks will have, tabies on the bandstand to speed tilings up. The successful bidders will be ask d to go to the table upon which their prliie has been placed, where their money will be counlc'd by the ckrk In charge. The auctioneers, having five clerks working at once, can puss from item to Item und the clerks will rotate in order in counting the money. Bidders are a-keel to cooperate so far as Is po^ilble, and to remember that the entire affuir is sponsored in a spirit of fun and friendliness, und that any cm not winning a priz. is not out anything for the elfort except u little time, perhaps. Prizes Listed Today In today's paper, a complete list of the prizes which will be ottered by the various firms may be found. Look them over, und nx in your mind the Hems you want. Last y. ar, too many people waited until the end to bid, with the result that those who had enough money to win during the first part of the bidding, fcund themselves with not enough when the articles began to thin MERCHANDI UCTION FRIDAY AU6UST MONDAY MORN Public, Parochial and Lutheran Schools Start Classes, September 3rd CHANGES IN PUBLIC SCHOOL'S FACULTY County Fair Program of Events Four New Teachers at Aca demy; Increased Enroll. ment Expected out. So gftt your money together, dig up what you can in ttie next 24 hours, and join us at the court house lawn, Friday afternoon. The auction should be over in about two hours from the Ktarting time. West Bend Autos In Bad Smash West Bend: Jajnes Barber met with an accident Sunday morning near Rodman, wrnn n Forrt car, driven by a Mr. Cox, hit the Buick he was driving broadside. James was on the main highway and the other car was coming fr-m a side road and did not stop for the signs. The Barber car turned completely over and alighted right side up. Each driver was alone at the time but a Mr. Detrick was driving behind the Barber car and saw the accident. No one was hurt. Both cars w re badjy mashed up and neither one curried insurance. The sheriff was called and viewed the wrecks. James was still holding on to the steering He drove the car out of the ditch and to his home. Band Concert on Friday This Week The band concert will be held on Friday nigh; instead of the usual date becau-c of the lair booster trip. The pro'-riiin will bv as follows: "Military Parade." march; "Champagne," waltz; Ballet Mu^ic and Soldiers' March, selection; "The Bear CMi " march: "Wiener Burger," walu; "Ti.t'in Basse.-." march; popular number; "I''".' Golden Dragon," overture; "Anchors AWJV." two step: "Under the U~i4l;!i- Eagle," march. Kossuth Farmers Win State Honors When it comes to growing potatoes and field corn, Kossuth county leads the nation's best potato and corn growing state—and that's tome thing! Thprson Bros, of Swea City took the state honors at the state fair with their Early Chios, Irish Cobblers, Rural New Yorkers and display of Irish Potatoes. In fact tUcy won more first prizes than all the other winners combined. Fred Geigel won first p'ace with ten yellow ears of com, and his Irv- toffton nrttfhbor, E. R. MawdUey won first with ten white ears. A. D. RICHARDS DIES SUDDENLY WHILE ON VISIT Friends of A. D. Richards were shocked and saddened last week to learn of his sudden death at Princeton Illinois, whew he and his wife were visiting al the home of his sister-in- law, Mrs. Sarah Taylor. Death came following a very brief illness cf only two hours with heart trouble. Ansel David Richards was born October lib, 1860. at Prophetstown, Whiteside county, Illinois. He was the son of Mr .and Mrs. Orson Richards. At th:i age of four he moved with his pa 1 -- ents to a farm in Wayanet township Bureau county, Illinois. There he me' and married Eliza Smith of Manlius township in th e same county. TiK'y were married on January 31, 1888, and remained in that vicinity until 1901, when they moved to a farm near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Richards retired from the farm in 1917 and moved to Algona GOOD NEWS TO TAXPAYERS; NO GENERAL LEVY State Also to Refund or Abate Last Half Levy For 1933 During tlieir resi- have made many eight years later. dence here th/.y friends and have taken an active"part in the life of the Congregational church of which Mr. Richards has served in the capacity of deacon for several years. Mr. Richards was a man well thought of and highely respected by his fellowmen, a kind and loving husband and a real companion to his three sous who survivi. Ke was a members of the Congregational church and of the Masonic lodge. Beside his wife and three sons, Floyd 8. of Blue Earth, Payette A. of Princeton. Illinois, and Myrk C. of Lone Rock Mr. Richards is survived by a brother Aras Richards of Waykmet, Illinois, and a sister, Mrs. Fannie Hunter of Los Angeles. Ten grand children also survive. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock from the. Con- gix-guiional church with the Rev. A. English ofliciatinif in the absence of H'-v ,J. R Hoerner. Burial was mad;; in Riverview cemetery where the Mosouije ladge hud chai ye of the services. There will be no general tax levy made for the state of Iowa in Kossuth county for 1934, E. J. Butler, county nuditor, stated yesterday, following receipt, of a l-.ttcr to that effect from the Iowa State Board of Assessment and Jtview. Last year a state levy of 2.2 mills was made. It will represent a reduction in taxes in this county of about $81,000, or $220 per thousand The soldier's bonus levy of .55 mills will be made, however, as usual. And that isn't the only good new.-The state general levy for the second half of 1933, will either be refunded cr abated, meaning a $41,000 slash for the ix months included. In cas:s where he tax has already been paid, a refund will be made, Butler said. The elimination of the general state vy is a result of the replacement IH asures effected in the sales tax and lew income tax law. 3,000 View Wesley Celebration, Watch Big Street Parade Three thousand persons, it was estimated helped celebrate at the big Wesley celebration, Monday and Tuesday. Titonka defeated Wesleyy, 5 to 4, in one baseball game in the afternoon, and Webster City downed Forest City, 11 to 7, in the second contest. Tlw Corwith band started the program in the morning. At one o'dock, a four block parade- formed and entertained. Jthn Hutchison, mayor of Wesley, play-id the part of Uncle Sam, and there were hundreds of othtr costumed marchers. School for the first week will run on half day schcdue, mornings only, at both the public and high school and academy, it was also stated. The Algona Public Schools will open Sept. 3 and It Is anticipated that there will be about the sam» number enrolled this year as last, approximately 2,000 with about 1600 of those in the grades. Two changes have been made in the lacuity wun Miss Maxine Jones of Des Moines replacing Miss Lorraine Peterson in the uiird grade and Lynn Olson itplacingf Marie Hekn Heard, Marian. Indiana, lr» the secod gratia. There win be- a, new course tnis year with Miss Fern Ftderson it Randall, Iowa, as IrttrudLor. A reading clinic for the children in the lower grades was added as a further step toward better instruction in that line lor the small kiddles. The faculty follows: O. B. Lalng, Algoha, superintendent; John McJJow- c-H, Aluona, principal, American History; A. C. Lukensnv:yer, Eagle Grove, physics, general science und economics; KuUi Messenger. Algcna, 10-11-12 EHR- lisn; Frances Me.sser, Humboldt, Ancient and Mod-a-n History; Alvina Miller, Cedar Falls, geometry; Ether Quln- Cedar Fa!,s, u ami 11 algebra; Floy [iorn, Moulton, biology . physiology; Ruth Kreikenbuum, West Point, com- iv.rcial; Lcona Krumpe, Baxicr, 9 and 10 English; Nancy Renaud, Pella, home economics; Adrian Burmetuor, Meno- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 9 a. m.—Start women's exhibit, judging, 9 a. m.—start livestock judging. 1 r. m.—Concert, Algona high school bnnd. x 2 p. m.—Baseball, Lotts Crock vs. Titonkn. 2 p. m.—Grandstand and harness race program and vaudeville nets 2:18 trot, $175 purse, and 2:24 pace, $175 pur:-e. 7 p. m.—Concert, Algona high school band. 8 p. m.—Grandstand program, features and vaudeville acts. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 10 a. m.—Start Baby Health judging. 1 p. m.—Baseball, Whlttemore vs. Wesley. B p. m._Grandstand harness race prcgram and vaudeville acts. 2:24 trot, $175 purse; 2:13 pace, $175 pxirse; county run, furloughs, $25 purse. 3 p. m.—Baseball, St. Joe vs. Lakota. 7 p. m.—Concert Algona band. 8 p. m.—Grandstand program, features and vaudeville acts. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 1:30 p. m.—Baseball, Fenton vs. Bode. 1:30 p. m.—Machinery parade. 2 p. m.—Grandstand program, harness rnces and vaudeville nets. 2:14 trot, $175 purse; 2:17 pace, $175 purse; county run, $25 purse. 3 p. in.—Baseball, Bancroft vs. Algona. 3 p. m.—Talk by Lieut.-Gov. Nels P. Kraschcl, grandstand. 7 p. m.—Talk by G-corge W. Patterson, state tcnator, grandstand. 7:30 p. m.—Concert, Algonn bond. 8 p. m.—Grandstand program, features and vaudeville acts. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 1:301 p. m.—Livestock Parade of prize winners. 2 p. m.—World famous Auto Races, competing in six different events. Grandstand program of vaudeville acts. 7 p. m.—Concert, Algcna band. 8 p. m.^-<3randstand program, features and vaudeville acts. IS HEADL1NER Cattle, Livestock Entries to Overflow Into Special Tents, Sheds MIDWAY BIGGER THAN LAST YEAR The Kossuth County Pair opens next Monday, entry day. And from Tuesday through Friday, the public will b. olfcred another great exposition, with many improvements and greater exhibits than ever before, to be climaxed on Friday afternoon by nn nuto rnce program of the hlgh- •st calibre. Assets of County Savings Bank to Go at Public Sale minie, Wis., manual training; David C. ! Assets Total $287,102; Go To Bidders at Court House, Sept. 18 Public sole of the, remaining assets of thu County Sa^lng.s Bank, defunct AlKona institution, will be held at the c urt hou.se hc'.e, starting at one o'clock, Sept. 18, it h.i.i oc-;n announced jy U. W. Hates, rec.'ive.', through Hary V. Hull, examiner In charge. r i'lie total us.eU which will Le soici each $2i)7,102.Uj. A complelj li.st.na , contained in in: adva-ti.simem ol.-e- i'lu-re in this i.^ue ul 'Ihe Algona Up- ier Des Moliu-s. 'I'lie blgiiesl group of items are the C-H MONEY DUE HERE SEPT. 10 Kossuth's corn-hog money, lonp- awaited, should be here some time around bcp,. 10, county corn-hog officials pre' dicted >v.Uei'day. pre The co iiitv has be- n Assets Cla^illcil Classified liita group.;, Ihe assets are !ls follows: judgment:, by receiv- 70 Firms Help This Week's Edition Seventy liH-.il business firms are caxryiug advertiniiij; in this uctrk's issue ol Tre Algona L'pper Uts Atuiues, practicjJly every 11 rm in tlLo city euupel-adilg in Ulis special edition. IVIauy others out of Algooa also bclpei< May »e take tt is opportunity to tl'iink. these bu»i«ics, lmu->.-s I'ur tlieir uiuci] app'c-.Ti'. •••( coiip:-r.«- tioii, und also to cull the atk-nliuu lit uui- rcaclirs to the la< I that it is. tile business n^'». uhu lhi.JUi.ll their advertising, makt po.s.siblt l.i'- i". r editions of .my Uf«»pJptr. and llciue liiuie Ileus. Ward, Algona, agriculture, bookkeep- . bills receivable in unpaid notes, whu-n ng and geography; Hattie Wilson, ' total $100,9^a,45. A spirU-d bidding is Springville, normal training and junior expected at the public sal-.-, nyh principal; Margaret Morris, Al- ;ona, 8th history and girl's physical nstructor; Kenneth Mercer, Algona' >oys' coach anrt physical education; race Miller, Soarsboro, music; L>. Vane Collins, Algona, instrumental it'sic; Antoinette Bonnsteller, Algona, cliuol nurse; Jean Coon, McGregor, unior higii arithmetic; Laura Hoelscher, Hubbard, jnior high English. Grade Faculty Mildred Poole, New London, grade 1; officially released and approved ami checks ur c due, any time. In the ineuntinn , a spirit of optimism i prevailing in thi.s vicinity, uiul rightly. KosMith has been favored by nature. which while causing other M-C- Mons to bum up with ilrout'u unit cattle and hog prices to bound skyward, hns reacted favorably for this community Bertha Godfrey, Algonu, grade 1; Huth Jack-son. New Hampton, grade 1; Eil- leii Portman, Auburn, grade 2; Lynor Olson, Owutonnu, Minn., grade 2; Maxin:- Jones, Des Moines, grade J; Es- sU'lla Arnold, Garden Grove, grades 3 and 4; Mi.-s Peterson, Mount Vernon, (jiade 4; Carrie Durant, Algona, grade 4, art supervisor; Lillian Granzow, Algona, grade 5; Margaret Hulkrman, Perry, grade 5; Evelyn Walters, Audubon, grade 6; Dcra Curson, Story City, grade 6 and Bryant principal; Fern F'ederson. Randall, reading clinic. *'"' on bll 's rec- ivuble, $75.:>U7.94; ovor- f -'' ;U1 s iKver collected, $l!lif).47; customer';, tax receipts on hand when the bank clo.ed, $315. HU; non-ledger asset-, $l!4.5Uii.lH; judgments on non- 1 clger us-sets, $70,013. 1«; other real e.s- tat.-, $ti.:)fili.'J4. Expects Increase School will open at St. Cecelia's academy Sept. 3. with a large incrtas" in enrollment expected. Pour new instructors have been transferred hire for th- coming term. Sister M. Zita of The right to settle with any debtor and withdraw any Hem before the sale is reserved. AJ1 assets are to be .sold without r. course or .any guarantee on the part of the receiver. •Sold Singly, Collectively The us.ets will be sold tingly at first, and tr.cn collectively, tin: highest bid.- di t. running in which method the salt. is to filially be made. Fair Booster Trip To Cover .Eight Towns Tonight following a hughly successful comity fair booster trip, Tuesday evening, Al- gcna merchants and business mtn through plans made by the local Corn- Wo can but b- thankful of our luck. Algona merchants, alto nic maklii" special of lor Us to present their wares to the public at reasonable pric"; for co il mercluiiull.se, and this week's issue at i he paper contains page aflcr page ot adv<i-tUing material that .-.h jiild be to be Attraction The midway will be much more extensive than previously, and of w much higher calibre. There will be* tight rides and eight shows, the usual number of eating houses, und a more attractive graup of games, the management promises. Baby Health Contest There is still room for about 10 more babies in the Baby Health Con- tost, it has also been announced. Mrs. Cieorge at. John, 207 Nebraska stre;t, Algona, Is In charge of entries. She luks that thu baby's name, and date of birth be Included with the registration. The plan of judging will b* the frame as formerly followed. Home Talent Revue In addition to the regular hippodrome acts which have been, billed, a homo talent revue to also offered. A brass quartet consisting of Ruth Ma- lucg, Raymond Madson, Merrill Yoeman and D. Wane Collins will offer one number, Betty Mcrrltt will pre^nt a saxophone solo, and a saxophone trio of Betty Merritt, Bob Richardson and D. Wane Collins will also perform. Tlieodcra Larson and Ruth McKee will oiler a specialty tap dance, and Norina Lccney of Whltlemorc Ls scheduled for un acrobatic net. Ruth Adeline Fleming of Whlttemore will also K!VT a tnp dance, and n group of high .school girls plan a tumbling act. From Uancrcft, Mary Drocsslcr will appear in an acrobatic dance. Other numbers Include a solo by Don Hutch- Ins, dances by Muxlne Larson and Norma Lecnoy. Dr. C. D. Schaap will act as master of ceremonies. Thrilling Harness Races Tims, who witnessed the thrilling harne.ss races last year will again want •r n-i»,. ,,t ! '" vll ' w thl - s ya'"-' program. The ruc- . |MM OI I in:; .stable 1U . „._ „ ...... 0 ....... __ ...... ________ Mason City, Sister M. PhilonKna of I m " nil y club, will sponsor another tour, Ryan, Iowa, are new in the high school ; tnis evening. Those who did not get in on the Tuesday affair can partially make up for what, they missed by go- and Si-ter M. Inez from South Dakota und Sister M. Alexander of Clare, Iowa, are the new OIKS in the grades. Those back from last year are Sister M. Michael, Sister M. Ellavene in the high school and Sister M. Coll-ttti: abler M. Annunciata and Sister M. Is- adoru in the grades. Miss Delia Frankl of Algona will be girls' physical training instructor and Father Ahmann will lielp with the high school. School will ae called only during the mornings during fair week as to get 'he students accus:omed to their work gradually. Trinity Parish School The pariah school cf the Trinity Lutheran church. Algona. will start Monday. Se.pU.mber 3. The school consists of eight grades and is all English. The pupils are prepared for their admission to the high school. Rev. P. J. Br;,uu-r assisted by Mrs. Brum-r, will tab care of lllu schcol- Toe Iniury Serious Art Hel'ier 1 .'. locnl I'yri'.'v nvm h-is in contin •<! to his li m-.- for .--ewral 1TK-. u.-, tii-- ii-.'ii!t (-1 an ititurv tu i> '.L'-I- . vvliii-fi iui-^ \)i(j\ i:-ij uu't • .sen- i. : Hi.-; nin.jiv-s h:i- bn-n :!u,v. atrj rl i- : ; i:.- li---! w!--li -s of his inai.y -. '."'. lur a -ue dy p-coverv ing tonight. Meet at the Legion" Hall at 5:30 p. in. The tour schedule is as follows: Fenton, 5:45 p. m.; Lone Rock, 6:30 p m.; Burl, 7 p. m.; Bancroft, 7:30 p. in.; Titonka 8:liO p. m.; Lakota. 8:50 p. m.; Ltdyard. 9:15 p. m.; and Irom there to the Swva City celebration. Along the way, a special -. ntertain- nieiit program will be presented. The group wound up at the Wcsk-y celebration, Tuesday evening. Swea City, Lakota Festivals This Week week. -studied by every economical buyer. Matt Lamuth To Take First Layoff In Past 27 A Years Fur the past 27 and one-half years Matt Lamuth lui.s not been forced ( 0 take an extra vacation or be ab., : nt limn hi.s duties at the Swift ^ Co Pl'iht liere, cf which he- is the manager' hut Mail admitted Tuetd.iy, that a few I'omplieiition.s of a minor nature have I'aiis, (i him to d-ciile that perhaps a little vacation wouldn't do any harm, and as a rc.sult he Ls planning to leave lor a trip in the near future, its soon a.-> a relief manager arrives. Matt said that I.e. thought he ink-lit take a Jaunt into iiurllurn Minnesota beIore n turning home, and after twenty-seven and a half years, we're inclined to believe that h-j has tilt, trip con,ing. Fire Burns 35 Tons of Hay J. W. Roadinger. living- near W< s- It-'J', had u liiv on his place, Tuesday morning, which resulted in the. de- ,,;ruc;i.:n of 35 tons of slacked hay. Tii,- \Ve.--ley lire (i.-|)arlinent was called, but arrucil loo late to save any of th burning aacks. of which there, wer-- iour. New State Patrol Nabs Two Here The newly uniturnied luwa Slat'.Patrol oix-raU-d in Ko.-.-uHi county, on Tu.sday. m the pt-rton ul Hany O BIO-AII if fcuiiL-rvilk-. und a.> a result twu cases Were .willed in ihe Justice court of H. B. WhiU-, Wednesday e Ani ' Ji ' fawea Ciiy f-'ion-.-puiiiorc'd iroli Thursday, and the annual Lakota Sauerkraut Day lukus place on S-Uuniuv. At Lakota. live sj'Uerkraut and wu-u- -.r.^will be yivcn away at noon. ll^'.^e C--h brat 101 s a..-,a-,.- all-.-r^l pk-nty 01 fun for i-veryone." and wan ; a-ci.s and c,.nc t -.-..-,ion.-, ul alJ kind.,, a \anely of aniu.,vint-nt u uiloi-j.-d. Bo n cuinii.uni.il-;, r \i nd a cuuiial nuita'ioii l'-i Iu:k ivo-.i ot,! 1L .r puuit^ 1:1 the 'y I'- 1 attend. ericaii L - j driving withoui will be ht-ld 0:1 ' wa.i fined nK-s Ut-r hour, a uriver'i liL-L-n.ii-. .m.: L-O..I. H<.-;:i:er H nivrs. Alyoiia. charted with having uiu : ., iin ;..u, ,\. ; .-, Hiu.a $^! ana c,; CuUii- Griffin Has Stroke l.Jli- (illllln ;LHlviLd a ;.i:,-I:t a fur are full, and the leading 11 otters and pacers of this section have 'x'en nt' red. The race program Is contained elsewhere on this page. C'atlle Ilariis Overflowing F..U-1 Vliicint, secretary, stated that the cattle harns w>'re full last w-ek, ami temporary .shelters will have, to be ei'cclid to care for UK- overflow. The Kavulh County Fair has l>:en recoif- iiii.cd as one of the best places in the state to exhibit livestock, and (lie large- entry bears out that fact. I-arm Exhibits The leading farm machinery concerns are planning largi-r exhibits than before. Both the McCormick-IJt-erlng and John Uet-re exliibius will oiler the. iu-we,t and latest lines of cf|uipiiKnt, and will be well worth viewing. State Fair tU-phaiit Here "Mine,' 1 the elephant owned by the children of th e slat-,- of Iowa, will be lieiv Tuseday and Wednesday. Tho lair management is glad t ooffcr this [jachydenn. but is somewha: at a lo-s as to where they can s-.cure enough "ay to keep ••Mine" supplied. It seems I hill, lie i or she) has a ravenous appetite. She will be brought h-.re by tiuck from DCS Monies, and will offer ii'-r bags of tricks at the grandstand .-.lio-A-.-. she weiglis 3,500 pounds. Adjiusttiun Price's Monday will be entry day, and the itgular lair program will not start until Ti: sday, when Judging- will get un(<LI- way in the morning. IMy udniksiou prices for adults is 4U cents, children. 2,-jc and under eight und accompanied by their pareni-s tree. Night prices are 25 cents Ve- hicl-s will be admitted ire,;. Season Rkit-. are selling for one dollar. The 'laiidiunu adini,v,joii i^ 2a cents, and uejc.iu.-is are 1U Algona Girls Will Play Rutland Here '"•-'• from a vicl.ry over til,- B'i'-t -. lij.-.-uav nigljt. 18 to u - lhe ^,. '-i H" i. team will nic,-t Rutland her'• ' at 7 ocluck. aia II; im- j ar ( 11.:: Missing Man Found > AHo deputy y ^|;i'uLt, Palj •ii-u iL:,.,:;lji .,;,,,; - I' he ...llllju,. Jlv !:.:j b. 11 f. .U:iJ • A .Jo UI,L.UVL-i t ti J 011 his

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