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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. TUE3DAAY. .JULY 13, 1909.
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PROVIDING FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF A PLUMBING INSPECT
OR OF THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU, PRESCRIB
ING THE POWERS AND DUTIES OF 8UCH PLUMBING IN
8PECTOR, ESTABLISHING RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR
THE PLUMBING AND DRAINAGE OF BUILDINGS AND THE
CONSTRUCTION OF HOU8E SEWERS IN THE CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU, AND PRESCRIBING PENALTIE8
FOR THE VIOLATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE OR
DINANCE. UK IT ORDAINED DY THE PEOPLE- OF THE CITY AND COUNTY
' PLUMDINO INSPECTOR.
Section 1. Tlio Hoard of Supervisors of tlio City ntul County of
Honolulu rliall ipilnt a suitable person ns Plumbing Inspector of
tlio City mid County of Honolulu, whose salary shall Im fixed liy tlio
Hoard of Supervisors. Snld Plumbing Inspector shall liavo nil of tlio
powers ntnl shnll perforin nil of tlio duties liorclnnftcr provided, nml
shall have such other powers mid perforin such other duties as may
hereafter lie designated liy the Hoard of Supervisors.
Section 2. From and nfter tlio passage of IIiIh Ordinance, It shall
he unlawful for miy person or persona, llrm or corporation to carry
or. (ho business of or do any plumbing work In the City and County
of Honolulu, until he or they shall have first icglstcred nt the ofllco
of the Plumbing Inspector.
Section 3. Tlio Treasurer of the City and County Hhntl Issuo to
nny person or persons, firm or corporation who has registered In
accordance with the provisions of Section 2 hereof, a license to do
plumbing work In tlio City and County of Honolulu.
No license slinll be granted for moie than one year or the unexpired
period thereof; nil licenses shall expire upon tho first day of July of
The annual fee for such license shall bo tho sum of Ten ($10.00)
Dollars, which fee shall be paid to the Treasurer of the City and
Section 4. Before or nt the time a license Is Issued as provided
In Section 3 hereof, the .applicant therefor, shall give a bond to the
City mid County or Honolulu In tho sum of Five Hundred ($500.00)
Dollars, with good and sufficient sureties for tho faithful discharge
of hU or their duties under this Ordinance, which bond shall be approv
ed by the Uoard of Supervisors.
PLANS OF HOUSE PLUMDINO TO DE FILED.
Section S. Any person or persons, firm or corporation before do
ing nny plumbing work In nny building of any description within
tho City and County of Honolulu, except In caso of stoppages In pipes
or repair of leaks In drains, vent pipes, waste pipes, faucets, valves
and water supply pipes, shall flic with the Plumbing Inspector, plans
and specifications which shall elenrly show and Indicate the entire
work to bo done, the number and chnmcter of all fixtures, the site
and locations of nil drain, waste, soil and vent pipes, trups and clean
outs, nnd whether connection Is to be made with the sewer or with
The plans and specifications shall be accomplished by an applica
tion, written In ink upon blanks furnished by the Plumbing Inspector,
giving the name of the owner or owners of the property and tho exact
location of tho same, together with such other Information ns may
bo lequlied by the blanks, nnd no part of such work shall be done
until a permit authorizing the same shall hne been Issued by tho
FEB FOR PERMIT.
Section .rHo permit shair bo iRsucd to any person or persons,
firm or corporation for doing plumbing work In tho City and County
of Honolulu, Until the sum or $2.00 has been paid to the Plumbing
Inspector therefor, provided that this provision shall not apply to
the lepnlr of leaks in drains, vent pipe, waste pipes, faucets, valves
or water supply pipes, or to the removal of obstructions In pipes.
One peimlt shall suffice for one building and ono outhouse, only.
DISPOSAL OF PLANS.
Section 7. When a permit Is issued, the application, signed by
tie person or personf, llrm or corpoiatlnn, together with the plans
nd specifications, shall be Hied with the Plumbing Inspector and
rliall thereafter remain In the custody of said Inspector. When It Is
dvslrablo to make changes In the plumbing work from that shown
on the plans and specifications as nled, tho person or persons, firm
or corporation to whom the permit has been Issued shall give notice
or such changes, and If such changes are found to ho In accordance
with the provisions of this Ordinance, such changes shall be allowed.
SEWER CONNECTION REQUIRED.
Section 8. In the construction, reconstruction or alteration or
any building or nny description, in which plumbing fixtures are to
be placed all plumbing work shall be connected with the public sewer,
where such sower Is accessible, nnd, where thero Is no sewer acces
sible, with a cesspool, construction to the approval of the Plumbing
Inspector. All buildings In which the plumbing has been done, prior
to tho passage or this Ordinance, must conform In this Ordluanco
befoio being connected to tho sower.
Section 9. Tlio term "houso sower" is horoln used to deslgnato
that part of tho drain between tho sower or cesspool nnd to within
five feet of the building connected or to be connected with tho sewer
or cesspool. Houso sowers shall not be loss than four (4) inches in
diameter and shall bo of cast iron Ihj or sale glazed vitrified pipe
and shall be laid to a true grade, nt least ono root under ground.
Changes In direction shall bo made by "Y" brunches and 1-C, 1-8, or
1-ir. bends. Salt glnzed vitrified pipe will not bo nllowed under any
building. If Bait glazed vitrified plpo Is used In tho construction of
any sewer, It shall have a fall of nt least ono quarter of an Inch to
the root the Joints shall bo made or mortar, composed or equal parts
of Portland or other good standard cement and clean-screened sand,
and said Joints shall bo covered with cloth In laying. A disk entirely
filling the house sewer plpo shall be kept In tho pipe mid drawn for
wurd as each length is land. Wlien glnzed vltrllled pipe Is used In
wet Biouud or water, tho same shall bo concietcd entirely around tho
pipe up to a thickness ot ut leust six Inches. When ,cast Iron pipe Ih
used all Joints shall ho packed with picked oakum and run with molt
en lead, and shall bo woll caulked, and shall liavo a rail of not Icsb
than three-sixteenths or an Inch to tho foot. In tho construction of
uuy house sowor no Intermediate section of salt glazed vitrified Btono
pipe shall bo used between sections or cast lion plpo nor shall any
cast-Iron sections be used between sections or salt glazed vltrllled
stone pipe. The flow or nlr shall not bo obstructed In uny houso sewer
when connected with any cesspool or sower.
Section 10. Tho term "house drain" Is herein used to designate
that part or the ilruln under tho first lloor or tho building or structure
mid extending flvo feet outside of tho walls thcreor. All house drains
thall bo of cast-iron or galvanized wrought Iron plpo not lesB than
four Inches In illumetor and shall liavo a fall of not loss than 3-10
or an inch to the foot In buildings or structures of over threo stories
In hlght the grade' ot cast Iron plpo commercially known ns Extra
Heavy or galvanized wionght linn sltall.be used for tho house drain,
soil, uwste and vent pipes and tho fittings shnll bo of the same grade.
All house drains shall bo securely Ironed to walls or laid In trenches
or uniform grade or suspended to floor timbers by strong lion hangers.
In no caso shall dauble hubs ho allowed and nil hubs shall be laid
opposite tg tho fall of the sewer. Iliass cleanout connection located
In nccoBBlblo places shall bo put In all house drains nt the foot of each
vertical riser and at every change or direction or tho drain,
Section 11. Tho term "toll plpo" Is herein used to detlguato the
vertical plpo to which one or moro water closets and olhor fixtures
aio connected. All boll plpo shall be or cast Iron or galvanized wrought
Iron plpo not less than four Inches In diameter, and If of cast Iron.
In buildings of over three stories, shall bo of extra heay grade. All
boil pipes shall be continued unobstructed and iiuiltmlshed In size not
1sb than ono (1) foot nor moro than rourteon (11) Inches or the build
ing. All poll pipes shnll bo run on as straight u lino as ptmlble and
shnll not terminate within ten (10) reel or nny window nr opening.
If galvanized wrought Iron pipe Is used nil the fittings must bo teccss
cil and the plpo reamed (o full bore.
III the const ucllon of soil pipes all cast Iron pipes and fittings shall
be covered, Inside and outside, with n coating of iisphaltuin. Changes
In direction or soil pipes shall be made by "Y" branches and l-fi, 1-8
or MB bends; and In no casoshuli double hubs bo used except tor
vent fittings where the fittings arc to be Inverted. Sanitary "TV
may bo used In vertical runs. Tin pipes and pipes made from sheet
metal shall not be used in the construction of toll pipes.
Section 12. The term "waste pipe" Is herein used to designate
tny pipe leading rrom ony fixture to 'a soli pipe or houso drain and
tccclvlng the dlschaige rrom any fixture. All waste pipes except as
herein provided shall be or Iron. Ilranch waste pipes may be con
structed ot lead or Iron, provided, however, that If lead Is used It shall
bo only as a branch to connect with on Iron pipe and shall not exceed
three reel In length. The size or the waste pipes shall vary according
tc the fixtures they arc to serve, nnd In no event shall be less than
Closet 4 "
Slop Sink 3 "
Floor Drain 2 "
Wash Troy 1"
liar Wnsto ;..U4"
All waste pities from grease traps shall bo In size not less than
the outlet of same. Waste pipes from refrigerators or other recep
tacles lu which provisions are kept, shall noe connect directly with
the drain, soil, or vent plpo. or dlschargo unon ,the ground beneath
the' building, but shnll be trapped and the discharge thererrom nllowed
to drip Into an open fixture In dally use. or bo convoyed to the ground
at least three (3) reel nway rrom the building. ,
Section 13. "All Fixtures shall be re separately and Independently
trapped as near the opening thereof as Is practical.
All traps shall have a water seal or nut less than Hi inches In
derth and shall be set true tn water seal. The size of every trap
shall be the same as the waste plie It serves. Kitchen sinks shall
ho provided with nn approved grease trap when connected to the pub
lic sewer. No grease Imp rliall In nny case be placed under a build
ing or structure. The capacity of greaso traps shall be ns follows:
For residences, not less than three (3) gallons;
For restaurants, hotels, tenement nnd boarding houses not less than
Provided, howovcr. that grease traps In nil restaurants, hotels, ten
iment and boarding houses shall be constructed subject to the npprnval
of the Plumbing Inspector. No bell traps shall be used In any case.
Antl-syphon traps shnll only bo used where the Plumbing Insiwctor
finds that It Is Impracticable to use any other. All traps In' the ground
or tn concrete shall be of cast Iron coated with aspbaltum.
Section 14. In every building or structure where there Is a water
closet, there shall be at least one four (I) Inch 'cast Iron vent pipe,
running from the houso drain unobstructed and undiminished in size
to a point not less than one (1) tout above tho roof of the building
or structuie or fire-wall, or If such building or structure has a fire
wall within ten (10) feet ot said ent, then not leas than ono (1) toot
above said fire-wall. The terminal or all vents shall be at least ten
(10) rcet from nny window or opening.
All traps within any building or within five feet of any building
shall be vented by Bpeclal air plpcb or lead or Iron, but In no case
shall a vent plpo end In chimney os eartbenwaro flue. No lead pipe
shall bo used lor any vent except us u branch to connect with an Iron
pipe and then only ror a distance nut to e'eued two reel. Vent pIpeB
muy converge Into one plio at any point not Ie3s than three (3) reel
six (6) Inches above the floor line or the building or structure. All
vent pipes shall bo extended above the roor or tho building or structure
In the same manner as the tour (4) Inch cast Iron vent plio herein
Tho size ot vent pipes tor each fixture shall not be less than tho
Daslns . 1V4"
. Baths ...,...1r..i.T.-:T:rrr.":-rrr:r.ii4"
Wash Trays IH"
liar Blnks 1"
Sltz Baths I'.ii"
Wuter ClosctB "
Slop Sink 2 "
All vent pipes shall liavo a grudo towards the trap and bIisII not
be carried moro than 12 feet out of a vertical line to enter another
pipe. When two water closetH are on a tour Inch vent stack, such
stack may.ent both closets providing they are within 24 Inches ot
th9 trapB of such closets.
Whenever fixtures are grouped the vents thorefor shall not bo less
than the following:
1 Uasln on one IVi" plpo
3 Basins on one Hi" pipe
2 Sinks or 2 Oaths or 2 Wash Travs or 2 Urinals or 2 Ilar
Sinks or 2 Bidets or 2 Sliz Hatha on one 1V4" pipe.
5 Daslns or 4 Sink or 4 Paths or 4 Wash Trays or 4 Urinals
or 4 Bidets or 4 Sltz Baths or 2 Water Closets or 2 Slop
Sinks or 2 Dirt CotchcrB on ono 2" pipe.
8 llaBlns or C Blnks or 0 llaths or 6 Wash Trays or 6 Urinals
or R Dldets or C Sltz Baths or 3 Water Closets or 3 Slop
Sinks or 3 Dirt Catchers on one 2V4" pipe.
11 Basins or 8 Sinks or 8 Hatha or 8 Wash Trays or 8 Urinals
or 8 Dldets or 8 Sltz Baths or 5 Water CloaetB or 5 Slop
Sinks or 5 Dirt Catchers on ono 3" plpo.
ID Daslns or 11 Sinks or 11 Baths or 11 Wh Trays or 11
( Urlnnls or 11 Dldets or 11 Sltz Baths or 7 Water Closets
or 7 Slop Blnks or 7 Dirt Catchers on one 3H" le. '
20 Daslns or 14 Sinks or 14 Wash Trays or 14 Urinals or 14
llldets or 14 Sltz Baths or 9 Water ClosotiW 9 Slop Sinks
or 9 Dirt Catchers on ono 4" pipe.
JOINTS OR CONNECTIONS.
Section 15. All JnlntB or cast Iron pipe shall bo lacked with pick
ed oakum and run with molten lead and ahall bo woll caulked. Joints
unit connections tn lead plpo shall be mado with wiped Joints. Con
nections or lead with cast Iron pliio shall bo mado with brass ferrule
mil wiped joints, cablked In. Connections or lead and wrought Iron
plpo shall bo made with brass soldering nipple and wiped JolntB, screw
ed In. Connections ot brass and wrought Iron ple shall ho made
with a brass screw collar.
Section 16. The use of pan, hopper or plunger closets Is prohibit
ed. No water closet or urinal shall be placed or maintained In any
loom In which there Is not a window opening direct to the external
nlmosphcre. Stop cocks shall be placed on all supply pipes to water
closet tanks not less than IVi Inches above the floor.
Section 17. All urinals or groups or urinals shall be supplied with
Mater, The floors and sides around all urinals shall be covered with
non-corrosive and nou absorbing material.
Section 18. No safe wastes shall bo used In conjunction with
urinals. Safe wastes from any fixture shall not bo connected directly
or Indirectly with uny sower, house drain, soil or waste ?lpe.
Section 19. All clcanouts shall be In accessible placts, and. where
cement floors aro laid, they shall be brought up flush wl'h the floor.
SINKS OR WASH TRAYS.
Section 20. No sinks or wash trays ot wood shall to constructed
or used except in hotel or restaurant kitchens or buildings used tor
Industrial purposes and, provided that when constructed or used In
hotel or restaurant kltchetiB or buildings used tor Industrial purposes,
sinks and wash trays may be built or 2" sugar plno aid as directed
by the Plumbing Inspector.
LAUNDRIES, POI MANUFACTORIES AND STAULES.
Section 21. All places used tor the mauutucturu or pol (or sale,
for tho washing of carriages, for the Btubllng or botses end mules and
fcr tho washing of clothes ut laundries shall be provide! with a floor
or asphalt or cement ninrtar masonry, and shall be connected with
tho public sewer, where such sewer Is uccesslblo and vliero there Is
no sower accessible with n cesspool constructed to IliS approval ot
tho Plumbing Inspector.
J u nil such places tlio open end or nny drain leading to tho sower
shall be cnvoied with a metal Bcrecn at least one-fourth or nn Inch
Iti thickness nnd so secured In place that it cannot easily bo removed.
The iupsIivss ot Mich screen shall not exceed one-tourth of an Inch In
diameter All such places shall bo furnished with an efficient dirt
The dlschaige pipe from all wash floors, and In all pol factories,
shnll be trapped nnd vented.
EXHAUST AND RAIN WATER PIPES.
Section 22. No steam exhaust, blow off. drip pipe or rain water
plpo shnll be connected with thu public cower.
Section 23. No open end of nny waste plpo nr water cloiet shall
bo laced less than two feet above high tide, ns established by the
datum used In Government work. No wood work of nny description
thnll be placed around nny fixture except for capping or frame.
.Section 24 All pipes nnd fixtures shall be left exxscd to view
ns much us possible
INSPECTION OF Pl.UMIIlNO.
Section 25. All house sewer, home drain, soil, waste and vent
pipes, Inside nnd outside of buildings, before being covered, shall have
nil openings stopped nnd filled with water to the top or the highest
Miit pipe and tho entire sstem must bo water tight. This test shall
be made In the presence or the Plumbing Inspector. No house sewer,
house drain, soil waste or vent l le shall be covered or concealed In
any wn until niter It has been examined nnd approved by the Plumb
ing inspector. Such examination nnd approval shall bn mado imme
diately iikiii Information nnd notification being received by the Plumb
ing Inspector. After all fixtures are connected and traps filled with
wuter there shnll bn n final inspection made by the Plumbing Inspector.
In no case shall the Plumbing Inspector accept or approve any Job
of plumbing work until the rime has been made perfectly light ami
In conform with this Ordinance.
ISSUANCE Or PLANKS.
Section 20. Tho Plumbing Inspector shall Issue tn any person,
persons, firm or corporation all necessary plumbing blanks.
FII.INtl OF PI.ANS AND ISSUANCE OF PERMITS.
Section 27. After plans lime been property filed and approved by
the Plumbing Inspector hu shall Issue the required permit to the
person, pel sons, llrm or cortxiratlnn appljlng therefor,
Section 2K. Tho Plumbing Inspector shall collect all fees provided
for by tills Ordinance except llcenru rees, und shall on tho last day
or each month deposit said rees with the Treasurer of the City and
County of Honolulu.
Section 29. It shall bo the duty or tho Plumbing lnsector to In
spect nil plumbing work done In the City and County or Honolulu and
If after prO'r final lnsM'Ctlnn of nny job of plumbing work the same
Is found to be properly done and to be perfectly tight as required
by this Ordinance hu shall Issue tn the proper person, persons, firm
or corporation n certificate setting forth tho fact that tho work has
been Inspected nnd the same found to have been done according to
the requirements of this Ordinance. The Plumbing Inspector shall
have the right nnd nuthorlty to enter nny building or go Un any
premises where plumbing work Is being done at all reasonablo hours,
to ascertain If the provisions of this Ordinance have been or ore being
Tho Plumbing Inspector shall keep n complete record of all regis
nations nnd Inspections made and also all permits granted by him
ns Plumbing Inspector und make a report of the same each month
tn the Hoard of Supervisors.
Section 30 Any person, ersons, firm or corioratlon violating any
of the pi o visions or this Ordinance, shall be deemed guilty or a mis
I'emennor mid upon conviction thereof shall be fined In nny sum not
exceeding Five Hundred (IDOO.00) Dollars or be imprisoned In the
Honolulu Jail for n period not exceeding six months.
Section 31. This Ordinance tbsll be In torco and take effect from
and nfter tho date of Its approval. '
Introduced by Supervisor
Date of Introduction July Sth, 1909.
R. W. AYLETT.
Tlio foregoing Ordinance was, at a meeting ot the Hoard or Super
visors, or the City and County of llonoli.lu, held nn Friday, July 9.
:909, passed tn print on the following vote of the sild Uoard:
Ayes; Ahla. Aylett, Knnc, Logan, Qulnn. Total J.
Absent and not voting: Cox, McClellan. Total 2.
I). KALAUOKALANI. JR..
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
July 13. 14 15, Hi. 17.
It is its
better in the
than in any other
PLAYED ON FOURTH
Three Days' Play Proved Occasion
for Assembly of Koliala
KOHALA. HAWAII, July 7. Tim
first tournament of the Koliala Racket
Club, -at the Haul Court, July 2-5, was
a success. The Fourth being n holiday
on some of the plantations, the "grand
stund wus well Illicit with nil tlio flow
er und fashion of Koliala. Tim stately
datiius, Muthers Kenton nnd Taylor,
hnd sents of honor Kohnla's charming
matrons, sotno with sewing In hand,
made a fine background for, the bevy
or Piiiiahou girls whom no 'adjectives
will adequate!) describe. In their
pencil basket hats we are bluffing, nt
the name but nt leust there wuru
"peuches" under the hats The gentle
men were out lu force and white duck
suits, nnd Koliala has not lu many
moon such nn nssonihl) of lovely child
veil with pet kittens mid Teddy Hears
In their anus, playing "teeter" on n
plunk, nnd enlivening the day with
their merr laughter.
The court was In good shae, nnd
the weather superb. The plalug was
sharp and llvel. There wero eight
entries fur the men's singles, which
was won liy l(. it. Hind. lour teams
plaed In the men's doubles, which
was not plaed out for lack of time,
but Albert McDoiigall mid it. It Hind
wore In the lead, ng.ilust John Hind
and J. Atklns-Wlght,
Hir mixed doubles seven teams en
tered The scnil.-llnals were pl.ijed
jcHterday iifteritoou, tlio finals to be
as soon as possible, darkness having
The Issue Is between It. R. Hind mid
Miss Hall The ladles was won by
.Mrs. Kenton Hind and Miss Maud
One of the most sharply contested
gnmes was between Albert .McDoiigall
and Arthur Stillman, the score being
10-8 und 9-7, A very Interesting con
test, to the slectators, was between
John mill Kenton Hind father nml
son, both of whom nro good plajers.
but It was hard tu deride which was
the ounger of tho two.
Thioiighjlie hospitality of tho Club,
which now numbers twenty members,
the spectators weio refreshed with np- '
petlzlng viands that vanished In hung
Messrs. P.ielovv nnd Austin niiulo
capital umplies. mid nre still nllvo.
Dr. Wall took n hand at a practice
tamo with his accustomed "lt-wim't-hurt')
oil much" look.
Mr. (limn made an alert linesman,
I 'in nt the furt Hint he looked as
It ho might bo studying his "thirdly."
II wouiit lie. invidious to single out
any of the good plays, but-slx root
unio Austin could reach balls that
were soaring like ntrshlps. Mr. Pae
tow did some runcy turns that made
envy runkle In other henrls. Mr.
swatted u hall over the m-t nml
a Jap fisherman plckod It up at sen.
i-'sno iii.iocn never lost her sinlle.
Dr. Durston actually laid his Ipo
aside long etiought for n set. Mrn.
Ronton Hind servfd balls with u
chain-lightning attachment. .Mrs.
Wight caught tho tenuis bloom on her
cheeks. The "kids" pin) ml with the
sandwiches, und there wasn't u thing
left ot 'em. Our tennis vurubnlnrv la
Mrs. MrQiiald. or Kona. who Is visit.
lug the Masons, was among the hih-c-l
The Club expects tn give another
tournament In the. fall, with hnmllrans.
On Saturday afternoon n runaway
horse and hack caused a lot of ex
citement nt the root or Ilethcl street.
The horse, which Is n Very spirited
one, took fright nt an automobile
nnd managed to get nway from tho
boy who was holding him. j
The animal dashed down the street
und plunged Into the doorway of
Frcnk Richardson's office In the
Cnrtwrlght block. The two heavy
doors of the office were thrown rrom
their hinges and the glass In them
broken; the big window adjoining
was also smashed.
Tho numerous cases that had been
set toi today In tho Federal Court Tor
trial lu the expectation of the Jim-
cases commencing havo been set over
until August 2. Tho postponement
was canst d by tho non-arrival of Judgo
Wood i ii ft.
Judge Dole overruled tho demurrer
tu the case of Mnu Sing being tried for
perjury and his caso has gono over
until September. Okn, charged with
harboring women In his house for Im
moral pur) oses, pleaded not guilty und
went nvi r until August 2. Nalto's caso
also went uvc.
HANS AMUdSEN DEAD.
WAILUKU. MAUI, July 9 Hans
Ainudsen, late proprietor of tho Maul
Stables, Walliiku, mid a knmuiilua of
Wnlltiku of nearly thirty ears res
Idencc, died Wednesday morning July
s, oi consumption, no was team lun.i
or tho Wallnk.i Sii" Cmipmy for
many joais. His it muI:i were burled
nt Wall uk u cemeler). Itov. It. 11, Dodgu
officiating both at house and at grave.
Hundreds of natives turned out to his
funeral for 1 1 jus was well-known us
well as liked, Ho came from Norway
30 years ago and spent all that llmo
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