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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 23, 1936
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HISTORICAL OFFICIAL CITY AND OOUHTT PAFCB Upper eg jWomesi f.ARGRAT Established 1865 ALflONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNP] 2;5, W,<i VOL. ;;|. NO. BRIDE DIES IN CAR CRASH NEAR TITOHKA Huge Celebration Plans for July 4-5 Here Are Complete Fair Ass'n Offering The Greatest Array Ever of Attractions PLATFORM, TRACK AND MIDWAY SHOWS A safe and sane Fourth of July celebration—but with every possible bit of excitement, plus safety for the spectators—will be observed at the Algona fairgrounds. The celebration Itself will Include two days, July Fourth and July Fifth. The Kossuth County Agricultural Association is sponsoring the event. Opening the two day celebration here will be a monster Kossuth county parade. Floats will be In the line of march from towns in all sections of the county, and many Algona business firms will also participate. The parade will start at 11 a. m. the morning of July Fourth. A half dozen marching bands will add the proper spirit to the festivities. KnUTtainiiient Program The afternoon programs will be double-barreled with action. Knch afternoon there will be two baseball games between county teams, including one between the Algona Grays and Bancroft. On the stage and before the grandstand will be a series of running races, Roman chariot races, standing races and many other unusual types of sport, never before *een here. A high jumping horse, and a pushball game between teams mounted on horses, are other samples of the wonders the visitors will find. On the stage, a series of vaudeville acts will appear. A troupe of adagio dancers, the seven Spies ulsters in a variation of tumbling and juggling of human being* like otbtr Blacks Mother's Eye, Mother's Day will be offered. The midway will be full of concessions and rides, shows and music. Those inclined to, will find a splendid 13-piece dance band playing the laatest swing music- awaiting them on a glassy dance lloor. The Rocket Girl As a climax to a day of thrills, the spectators will be awed by Hobble Jeanne, who permits herself to be shot from a cannon and caught In the arms of two men. .many yards away. It will b<- a fitting climax for a day of thrills. Miss Jeanne wears no helmet, no padded suit, and appears in a neat, while riding habit. Unlike other cannon acts, she does not use a net to land in. She is said to be the only person who does not rely on a net to break he* fall, as she •oars through the air a distance of 60 feet. The young lady is tiny, weighing less than W) pounds. No attraction in the country will offer a greater Uirlll than that of Miss Jeanne's performance here July 4th-5th. Petroff's Russian Bears will appear in another big act. They do the bidding of their trainer, perform ftunazing tricks, ride bicycles, and defy all the laws of gravity. Big Fireworks Display In the evening, after the wonderful grandstand show, the final event of the night will be a true Kourth of July fireworks display. The best and newest of fireworks will give every youngster and every oldster a thrill. A great variety of •bells, rockets, combination effects, a firing field of mechanical and set pieces, skyrockets and a giant American flag will blaze forth during the finale of the program. Admission will be 25 cents and 36 cents at the gate, with cars admitted free. ^Admission to the, grandstand will be 25 cents. Plenty of free parking space, and plenty of picnic grounds will be available. Folks arc invited to come to Algona for the parade, enjoy a picnic at either Cull State Park, the fairgrounds or Hlackford park, and then make it a real day by taking in the entire celebration program. West Bend: There are many ways of observing Mother*' Day. A new one came to light recently In this vicinity. At a Sunday program, nnf. young lady tuuig a very sweet cong about Mother. Following the program and after the family dinner, she and her mother got Into an argument, with the result that she blacked her mottier's eye.) scratched her face and bruiwd her arms. Sunday was Fathers' Day, and we are awaiting news of some father who may have been punched on the nose an a remembrance of the occasion. BIG IOWA STATE BRAND SESSION THKTHURSDAY Many Kossuth Folks Will Take An Active Part BUTLER NOT TO SEEK ELECTION FOR 3RD TERM The annual meeting of the Iowa State Brand Creameries, north Iowa's cooperative butter marketing association, will'open Thursday at noon at Mason City, with Mads P. Christiansen of the Algona creamery, president of the organization, presiding. At the present time the organization is handling the output of 66 selected creameries In northern Iowa and southern Minnesota, A turnout of between 3.800 and 3,000 people Is expected. At 9 n. m. the crenm judging will start, and continue until 11 a. m. At 9:30 a. m. the stockholders' business meeting will convene, with a report of O. K. Storee, secretary and treasurer, distribution of dividend checks, report of the year's business and election of officers. During the noon hour a luncheon will be served by the organization and music will be furnished by the Cerro yordo Farm Bureau orchestra. In the afternoon the proKrum is UN follows: I 1:30 |>. m. Address—"I'crmancnt Prosperity for Agriculture." Dr. Chiirles E. Friley. prcsidi-nt Iowa Ktate College. Amev Address—"Three Corner Stones in Federated Cooperative Marketing", by Dean C. Lai-sen, division of agriculture. South Dakota State- college. Remarks—Ceorge Cotifrcy, Iowa State College. Several musical numbers will ulxo be included between the above portions of the program. Prizes will be given to the ten best buttermakora during the past year who have excelled In creamery proficiency. Both Parties Schedule Conventions Here For Saturday Saturday, June 27. is the day of two Kosstith county political conventions to be held In Algona. The democratic convention will be held in the court room. The republican gathering will be held In the Legion hall. Both group* will call for the adoption of resolution* and choose delegates to the state convention In July. In the case of the democrats, it will also call for sclctton of a cand- datc to run for the office of county auditor. E. J. Butler, renomin- ated in the recent primary, announced Monday that he would not seek reelection for a third term, laving an opportunity for a portion that he feels is too good to pass up. His official notice fol- ows. However, he will complete ils present term of office, and has not resigned as reported in error n one other county paper last week. "I, E. J. Butler, of Algona, Kossuth county, having been nominated In the primary election on June 1, 1936. as the democratic nominee for the office of county auditor do hereby expressly request that said nomination by primary election be withdrawn and that the vacancy created by the withdrawal of said nomination be filled in the manner provided by law." Butler 1 * decision not to *e*lc reelection throws the field open to nominations ,'rom the floor of the convention. Clarence Janvrin. statistician in the 'soil conservation office here, and a candidate against Butler in the primary, will be the probable choice of the convention In vinw of his recent campaign. TEXAS CONTEST ENTRY ADVANCES FROM25T07TH First, Second and Third Place Leaders Keep Positions One of the Many Feat* of Daring to be Performed Before Grandstand at Gala Celebration Here STILL SIX WEEKS TO WIN FREE TRIP' 8 Get Licenses To Wed in Rush The following wedding licenses were issued here in the past few days: Woudruw Wilson Hanseii and Louise Marquardt, Munkuto, June 21. Wm. H. Haack, Lone Hock, and Ruth Braddock, Bancroft, June 20. Edward Potter and Vivian Redding, Klmore, Minn., June 20. Elmer H. Unorff and Clean fitchwicntenberg, St. Peter, Minn., June 20. Paul C. Bell and Gladys Ruting, Algona, June 20. OrvilJe Hawley and Fern Stover, Lauren*, Iowa, June 20. Merle F*lkey, Red Wing, and Theodora Hovey, Algona, June 20. Harold Roth and Augusta Haag, Whine-more, June 20. Divorce Action A divorce action wan filed in the duttrict court here, in which Eva Rahn i* seeking the divorce from Kilo Hahn. Former Resident Dies in Florida Nathan R. Robinson, old time resident of Algona, paused away at Tampa, Florado, after an operation. Sunday, according to a telegram received here by relative*. Mr. Robinson i* survived by hi* sons, C. N., who farms the old home place west of Algona, and Earl at Spirit Lake, and a daughter, Mrs. Kobert Hands of Spencer. Funeral arrangements were being made today, W. G. McCullough. funeral director, stated, but had not been completed at press time Supervisors Make Valuation Changes The board of supervisors changed the valuations of personal property in several cases, as listed below, at a recent meeting. Horses 3 years old and over: Cresco twp. G per cent increase: (Jraiit twp., 4 per cent increase; .Springfield twp., 21 per cent increase. Mules 3 years old and over: German, ti per cent increase; Lcd- yard, 4 per cent increase; Lincoln, ti per cent increase; Prairie, 4 per cent increase; Springfield, 35 per cent increase. Heifers 2 years old: Riverdale, b per cent decrease. Steers 2 years old: Eagle, 24 per cent increase; Fenton, 18 per cent increase. Sheep over » mo».: Plum Creek, 20 per cent decrease. A Fine Record Delia Moo, 1036 Algona high school graduate, haui had a record of not having been absent in 11 year*, or tardy in 12 years. $10 Fine Suspended Robert Carney, Alfcouu, was given a suspended sentence of $10 tine on a cimrge of speeding with a truck. In tli« court of H. B. White, yesterday Candidates Filing Primary Expense Campaign Costs The filing of campaign expenses, rcejuired by law of all candidates for offie e,'continued this week. Deadline for filing in 30 days tiller the primary election, or June 30 in thin case. Kxpense accounts filed thus far at the county auditor's office arc as follows: J. J. Dooley Carl Dahlhauser Henry Weber Krneiit Peterson C. W. Pearson K. J. Butler C. R. Janvrin M. J. Duffy L. A. Winkel R. H. HlosMoin tli-orgc Hagge H. B. White Fred (Jeixel $46.85 73145 17.50 11.25 2..50 09.77 38.57 108.20 21.27 83.70 6.UO 19.38 24.50 Other political candidates are notified that they must get their expense accounts in before the last of the month. 38 Lotts Creek Children on Air Lotts Creek: The parochial school broadcasted from VVOI, Ames, Friday from 6:00 to 6:30. They were directed by their teacher, Wrn. Hchrniel. Thirty-eight children from the age of 7 to 14 sang the following songs: "America". "Prese- phony", "On Fool I Gaily Take My Way," "Spring Flowers". "Butterfly and Bumblebee." "When May Her Verdant Carpet Spreads", "But Yesterday the Garden", and "The Toll of Day." One drastic change in the standings, and several others of lesser difference, maked the week's voting In the Kossuth Working Girls' Popularity Contest being sponsored jointly by the Algona Upper Des Moines and the State Theatre. Dorlys Knudsen of Algona, turn- Ing in new subscriptions to this newspaper, which count 500 votes apiece, jumped from 25th place into seventh place. Zora Keith moved up from tenth to eighth and Loretta Winkel advanced from 20th to 15th. Other changes will also be noted by comparison. May Get Movie Tests A recent letter from the Centennial committee declared that the Kossuth county winner would be accorded every courtesy at the exposition and that tests were being made of girls from all sections, given similar trips, to see if they had movie possibilities. Every place on the Centennial Exposition grounds will be open to the Kossuth winner, giving someone the greatest thrill of a lifetime. The standings: j_Violet Norman, Alg 13.850 2—Ilda Patterson, Alg 10,060 3—Betty Backus, Alg 8,270 4—Esther Lavrenz, Alg 5.450 5—Mary Kain, Alg 3,980 6—Drusilla Caughlin. Alg. 3,435 7—Dorlys Knudsen. Alg. 8—Zora Keith, Alg. 8—Anna Ram us, LuV 10—Jane Hemphlll, Alg. 11—Marcella Cullen, Whit. 12—Ardella Hovey, Alg 13—Irene Heller, Whit. 14—Toots Oramenz. Fentr. 3,105 2.825 2,000 1,975 1,945 1,940 1,700 1.600 1,595 1,555 15—Lorctta Winkel. Alg. 16—Beulah Glfford, Hurt 17—Alice Moulton. Led. 1.525 18—Rosclla Voight, Whit. 1.430 1&—Julia Stott, Titonka 1.165 20— Lola Warner. Fent. 1,150 21—Viola Riddle. Lak. ' VXi 22—Maurine Hanson, Wes. Hfi."> 23—Bertha Fanbrnder. K B 905 24—Ix>ln Marleiw. Lone R. 86. r > 25—Pearl Dahl. Swea City 78. r . 26—Uernico Harrington. Alg. 770 27— Murphy. Bancroft .. 725 28—Cora MuHtcrxnn, Cor. GW 29—Ihabel Kain. Aid 57. r > 30—Ro.salee Dorr, St. B. 550 31--Bea Kramer. Fenton 525 :J2—Lucille Aneler.son. S. C. 300 33—Claru Wedal. LuV. 340 34- Deneil Ktoekman. 8. C. 300 35— IlorlM .Silvers, Alg. 290 36—Muriel Johnsem. Lak. . 240 37—Irene Weringa. Lak. 230 Vote* Counted Thursday Votes arc counted every Thursday, while you are reading thin there is five days' balloting now in the boxes to be counted. The contest will close July 31, with the winner to receive her free 10-day trip to the Texas Centennial at Dallas, all expenses paid Other winners will receive theatre tickets, starting with season passes and working down to single admission, depending on the final position in the standings. Ballots are obtained at the State theatre with each admission, adult tickets bringing 25 votes, children's tickets 10 votes. Each renewal to The Algona Upper Des Moines carries 25 votes a year, each new subscription brings 500 votes, and each coupon clipped from the mper and deposited with the con- estants* name, either at the State Theatre ballot box, or in the Upper Jcs Moines office, is worth 10 more votes MRS. OMEN IS VICTIM SUNDAY ON RURAL ROAD Had Been Visiting Parents and Wa* on Way To Woden 12 OTHERS ESCAPE; CARSSIDESWIPED Direct from a big western rodeo where they played their third consecutive year. Stanley's circus acts and race program will come to Algona, July Fourth and Fifth, for the monster celebration planned here by the Kossuth County Agricultural Ass'n. They will feature chariot races In all the pomp and splendour of tiie days of Julius Caesar, Roman standing races, and many other feats of daring. There will be running races between real thoroughbred running 1 horses, with one horse to bo riddfn by a monk*/. Th*r» •' .'» '••-.'/ rne-ex. high jumping hori<-» (r»,riX,-. /';•"• thr world famous Uborfy )tm>fAr,g h'l'f- </? » of the trfatu will h* N*wy <r\t\ .* Kif.' rry Mrr frft Onnen a bride ' of five month* wa» killed in »n n'fsrinfjbilr »<•'id«ri» whi'h orurred : *sr-t', 4 ff rr. Fyrvlay. about fo-ir 'nil*-* r,f-rfhwf-^ of Titonka H'r hvft>ur,<l who wmi driving th* ' »r w»* n<X wricunly injured. ! ar'l r-»tth»r wao Walter ffaxwfc- i >,'/!*. n'/rth***'. Kossuth yntng man, ', driving 'fce '/*h«-r ma< bin* (hat fig- •sri- 1 ^ in th* mishap H»4 VWtrd Parent* iff sif»<5 Mr* frnrif-n had bwn :.*>' n? ,-.»r parent* Mr an'! Mri> Jo'in Harrny f^u'-h '/f l.rfikota, and * *4 t'ar's-'l *-*t ^hifr.r h'jm*- near V.''yJ*?- v ''\f-ft- ?h*y were ff*fming, 'tri fs f.'J* f'*i4 »h«- • t<r driven by , J^>* - 'v.i,</<' \'Att*-<l ^he <">nrien mach- t's* s.!.'ii'-'r ' A< e:*h«-r iurn«<J too -<>•/?; tin if irtl'j the rvnlfr. or in >x/?f,* wiiy >,';«*W!;*<S th»- <>nr,<.fi •' a< >,!!.* and in addition n number of htgh A puxhbail ftamf rm h<rrx»* no ing f.h* worM'r largest pushball i* another Ittttnt* Tfc* "#t •• pany carries 7 p*opj« atvt 12 h//rs*~p vr,-n r, tons of equipmtnt rt*} «-ut» whuh <»u*.'-d r<^uM")y a<:< ording to t'f.u','i »•»* also f ra< - Roller Skating A Fenton Pastime High School Bands to Give Concerts High school band rehearsals will be held Tuesday evening at eight o'clock and orchestra rehearsals on Wendesday at the same hour. C, E. Kose is in charge during Mr. Collins' absence this summer and is making plans for the groups to give several concerts. Burt Youth Was Missing 24 Hours Norman Sanderson, 21, Burt. Iowa, young man, was reported missing from his home, Monday, by his parents, but a phone call to the office of Sheriff Curl Dahlhauv- er, Monday, reported that he had been found. Osteopath Convention A convention of osteopaths from the fourth district will be held here Wednesday, ut thu General hospital. Following meetings during the day, a dinner and program is being tentatively ararnged for the evening at the Country Club. Dahlhauser Buys Local Pool Room Curl Dahlhauser, sheriff, has purchased the poo) hull known as Pete und Kills and owned by Adolph "Pete" Peterson. Active possession has been taken by Mr. Dahlhauser's sons, Leo, Charles and Bernard, who will handle the business until the first of the year, when Curl will lake active charge after leaving the sheriff's office. The business will operate with the same- line* as before, he stated. Faces Desertion Charge in Court Martin J. Olscn of Marshalltown wan bound over to the September term of district grand jury under a bond of fSOO. after a preliminary bearing in H. B. White's justice court, last Wednesday. He waa charged with desertion of two minor children who live with their mother at Burt. Olsen was brought here last Tuesday. He waa unable to furnish bond, after waiving his preliminary hearing. New OGG Enlistment Another CCC recruiting has been announced from period July 1 to July 15. The state quota is 100, und local officials do not know what the county quota will be. Those interested get in touch with the relief office in the court house. Fenton: Many of the married women hereabout* twllrve- fn the Maying that "one In only as old a* ahe feel*." At any rate, the new* that roller skating wit* being taken up in e-nrnent hy local ladle-* brought ejuMe- a crowd out fo u-utrh the fun and the ukating, lust Saturday night. Ilime-vcr, old ludiex skated uith I-UHI- and "pent the entire evening on the floor enjoying tliciimelve's to the utmost, anil moHt of Hie spectators returned home disappointed. .Mm. Newel tva* the only casualty, nutTerlng a hreiUen right wrist la-it tverk vthen she fell on the xideuulk, uhile le-arnlnR to xkate. .She will have to carry her iinn in a cunt for four weeks. Mr». Newel'* mishap did not halt the other women skate-rn, and (here Is a project under foot (not a pun) by the Fenton Reporter and the I'pper Dew .Moines to have a marathon roller KkatiiiK contest by the ladies between Fenton and Al gona. • Boy, 11, Travels From California For Local Visit Union: Gordon, eleven year old son of Mrs. Vera Callahan iVera Zankci came Tuesday all the way from Whittier, California, alone by train to spend the summer at the home of his grandparents, Mr. end Mrs. Joe Zanke. near Burt. He had a difficult change to make at Omaha where he chunked depots but he was assisted in doing so by Mrs. Vernice Cash, a former Union girl and friend of the Kankes. His grandparent* met him at Fort Dodge JOE WHITE DIES IN A HOSPITAL Upper De* Motne* Receives National Editorial Mention In ji A Kvitnf rounty coroner, «"n» of th« »«o. a prrlirninary in^ r»^>«n*4 hi* fiod- f>ahlhauwr. »n<3 the in • i>n>v*r,y i»i*Ji a HtaU- high- Well Known Newspaper Man, Bon of State Printer, Succumbs Suddenly AtfHtm I nr of ttr* *t A telegram from Tom J londay tarried the new. f Albright and Salmon To State Hospital .South I'lum Creek: Last Friday. Carl Albright took his father, C. li. Albright and Wm. Salmon of Algona. to the .State hospital at Iowa City for treatment. Mr Albright will be treated for pernicious anemia and Mr. Salmon for internal ailment* LuVerne Boy's Arm Broken in Mishap Lu Verne: I >cKac Lichty, the younger ion of Mr and Mrs. Harry Lichty, hail ti.u misfortune to have one of hu urms broken at the wrist Friday. H-J had accompanied 1'wighl B.iker. when Baker li id gone in a farm with hi.s stock truck for a load of cattle. l>eKae got out of the truck to give ( direction where to back anj his arm was caught between the truck rack und the building. Fenton Branch Bank Opening July 1st Fenton: Hantelman and Nelson, IccaJ contractors, are progressing rapidly with the remodeling of the old bank building, and a local office of the Armstrong Trust and Sav- tth of his .ion. Joe {'. White• While. f.,rme'r Wiiilt.-rn»,re- ami Careill. Iowa. it is xuppx^eel after an operation fe,r ,storna<-h ulcer.-, from which he- had .,uff<-rc<! for the j>!i.«t year eir so '/'he- .lc,«. White family live- m Manilla leiwa. where .Je,e has owner! ;m : edited the Time-s for some ye».ir, Ills father. Torn White, is .•-> ir,- printer and Jive.s m Iti--i \1,,mi-i It s supposed (hat Je<e had he. n t-iken to a hospital at Ciirroll. thirTy-fiv«- miles from Manilla, for an ilon. though the particular.- ,ire no- Known lie-re. Mr. and Mr* Alfred Norman, parents of Mrs Joe White 'ire leaving for Manilla toei.-iy {• is thought that the buriiil will be at Boone. where the Whiti., hicil for time Joe White wa.< horn at Whitte. more, Iowa, April 3f>, IH'.fri and w,i, in hm 41st year. He wan a son of Tom J White, present slate printer of Iowa For a number of yeari his father was the owner and put) li.sher of the Whlttemore Cham pion and Joe has »jient hi* whe,!<- \\l>-. In a printing office For f'.rjr or five years he was foreman «,f Ine Upper Des Momes-Repuhln an ;tiuj later we»t to Hoonc with his father to publish a daily paper. After wards he went to Trenton Missouri where he and hia fattier puhh-hr.l a daily. Joe next spent a year or «<, at 1'anora, Iowa where he own.-'! und edited a weekly paper For tr,.- last ten yean, he ha* owned and published the Manilla Tirnc, ,i! Manilla, in Crawford lounty Jow.i He wah erne of the wri'- ers and best all-re>und newspaper ; men in Iowa Thi.'i writer feel.-, the I loss of a dear friend and one r.f ttn- niost honeal men we have Ki.own Joe married Lillian Norman daughter of Mr and Mr:. Alfred Norman of Altfona. ,.M| tr,.-y h.»v>- three children, LaV'onnc ,vho 1.1 i now taking>' training it rit. • Joseph's hospital in Sioux City Maurice, wno thi.<> year, <i from the Manilla high -.. hool .in,I who this sumrr.eT ha.s hi-n, ,n,(,i,,, ed with hl;s fattier in I/,.- r:rw.,p ,;„ , office, and Joan, ;it .-,, hooi County Postmasters Win District Honors Kossuth lounty po.itn.,i f. r.-. (i,i>ed a prominent pa«l in tf,< I-,/, i convention of poaln..i ,(.,i. :.. : I >; Davenport, recently. Ida Larson. Swea ('ny .' ed third vice president of fonal Leayue for thio 'i:.->fiv covers 25 counties und Mr Hanna of Burt. wa,> ; fio.-». man of the resolution.-, i .. Waiter Leslie i,t Larf^.,j tended vrntttM, tun* brio* > n flit. Th*- 4te'^<^ I V r» Mr, ir ir, BA , x ,;tn butt r*>*r&frn in tt-*r t*~**,- prwfewtiAn r>rritr+t. w^Hk- afu-rnoon d n*ar th« corner. »b- a rfJii<r »ri<l a half Mnith of that of th» » At 'I '»n innliffip f,t i.i!, »<•»* * Irn1. f>rn* K<ring into «/f _,< *;;.,*' t,iS further m: *',''1A'*. '!•*•-' MSJ*' 'f.liVlt'v :.,* '*••:•}' At any ttt'f it • -3^.* of (..' tir**) t ur. '*A f/f i*fi In IVKl tb>. IMP*'' trophy a% f'lwj.'* l*o nrn-nr*i*-r in rr^n^ftiti I niv>-r< f> >,1 I***. t.4 HI, f<< a! John Heiderschekit Rites Held Wed'day In St. Joe Church Hf ./ .» If.Kl.r*- ttl |rt,-ry i re-epji* rn .s< 1,-ntr »i I .'.ft. .:' '. Child, 3, Lost, Found Vf -...- Mf 500 At Opening of Swea Bandstand t/f Lone Rocker in Jail New Ruling On Crop Control Act /..-,' '/il.-'lt i.ti I,-: •-... JU t 4I'll.*, '; '*> i 'fl OK4IS Tells of Havana Tnp K O. Bjustrom, AiKuiuaii # a large vault A special meeting of the Fenton Community club was held last week f j iulco radio sale content speaker of the wceK at KiWiinia and Rotary ciuu.-) day and Monday noi>n He Tuesday night to discus* plans for I brictiy a few of the the bank's official opening lighu of the expedition. I T*i ' ."ttii iU-'j i. ^ «• l^.'ja^i i i>4<tjti i '. ib». aid -p •* -j.-itr 4-^ it,,. ilk. 13c lie

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