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PEACH DM0 OFF
Cantaloupe Market Better
With Sales as High '
As $1.25 Crate
PORTLAND. Auk.. 25 r(AP)
Scarcity of tomatoes was a
chief factor la today's. trading on
the East Side Farmers market.
Sales showed a spread of S 0-6 5c
box.- ... i -.'.'..
Demand for Dalles cantaloupes
was better with sales up to 1.25
. crate. Others $1. old fashion
v mnskmelons of quality at $1.
Spinach market was firmer and
-. higher; ap to 85c orange box.
Green beans were firmer and
tip to 3c lb., Hmas down to 12c
Cora was firmer at S 9-6 5c
aek: mostly 55-6 Oc
Elbert peaches were &0-c
. box bat little business was shown
above 60c. J. H. Hale at S5c-$1.
- Cauliflower was firmer and op
to $1.29 for.l'a; down to 50c for
No. 1 pickling cucumbers were
moving better at 35c box.
Potatoes showed a fair de
mand; mostly 75c orange box.
Concord type grapes were 65c
crate of tour baskets.
Strawberries sold 62-32.15
. vcrate with demand slow.
Raspberries were 31-65-32.00
crate with blackberries - mostly
;' 60c. - j
Danish squash moved fair
around 45e lug. -
Celery was' fairly steady at Se
ll' for Jumbos, 65c for l's and
1.25-11.30' -doa. bunches - for
Lettuce was scarce and held
-firm up to 31.50 crate.
Cabbage was steady at 90e-Sl
crate with red stock $1.25 canta
loupe crate.' .
Crabappies were mostly Sic
Green peppers were 3 0-2 5c
with red stock scarce.
Ground cherries sold fairly
well $1.25 per 10 lb. box.
OUT MANY PEOPLE
HAYESVILLE. Aug. 25 The
residents here " were rudely
awakened Monday night by the
explosion of dynamite,' shooting
of- guns, horsefiddles and other
Instruments of noise- 'making,
when about 100 young people
gathered at the Fred Stettler.
Sr.. residence for a charivari oa
Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Stettler.
After the due noise the newly
weds appeared with "treats', and
received In turn hearty congratu
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Andreason.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Andreason
and son, Paul, returned Sunday ,
from an automobile trip to Ke
1 braska. " ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robin Day enter
tained at a dinner Sunday In hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. E. .Van
Wyngarden and son, .Bruce, and
Mr. -end Mrs. Sidney , Day of
Mrs. Ival TJtterback of Shedd
spent Sunday with her daughter.
Mrs. Lewis Jory.
Mrs. Lillian Chrlstopherson.'
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Christopher
son and family are spending the
week touring the coast and mak
ing the Mt. Hood loop. .
Elmer Hulden of Blayciock
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jory.
Sunday School Off
So Liberty People
May Attend Picnic
LIBERTY, Aug. 25 Due to the
- fact that" a number of people
wish to attend morning program
of the Pomona grange picnic to
be held at Silverton next Sunday.
Ne Sunday school will be , held
here that day. Everyone Is urged
to be present on the next. Sun
day. September 6.
Mrs. William Carlson and
daughter Louise of Portland
were weekend guests at the home
of -Mrs. Carlson's parents. Mr.
ju - . . . ..... .
Mr. and . Mrs. Henry Gilbert
pent the weekend 1 Yislting In
Portland and Hillsboro.
School Budget For ,
. New Year is Pawed
ROSED ALE. Aug. t - A
chool meeting was held Friday
eight to pass on the budget for
next "year. School will open, prob-
Jtfy September 21. with Miss
I ami Bostrack, teacher. It Is
j planned to organize the school oa
the same plan as that tried sue
. cessfully at Falrvlew last year.
A. J. Haldy is doing some re-
ntlr wnrlr at the SChOOl hOUSO,
making, tables doing interior
painting and other jobs.
Pi ogt ams
- KGW 620 KUocyclM
S:SO DeTtioal eerTiee.
T:45 Vn and Xtoa.
4:8S Oowbor Kids.
:00 KBC, New York.
T :0O Amo a' Aady.
" T:1S tndio. X. "
ISrOO Newp flashes.-,
U .00 T rai Hoar.
It .10 la tao day'a
ll:6 Market report, crop aad we
U:4S Oryan ProgTaia.
'Saa bath According te ta
f :00 Proteetiof our Food and Drof
-S:S0 "nn Hour. '
ast of wheat and lirettock re
6-45 Spot jnarket reports aad wed-
:5 Market reTiews tgt. poaltty
' sad poultry feods.
Butter Markets Steady
ir:i 1 - a
.with uemand up
PORTLAND. Aug. 15 (AP)
Market tor butter reflects a gen
erally steady tame locally with no
change la the general price list.
Demand appears sufficient" to ab
sorb general offerings.
' Price shading la the egg mar
ket appears more or less general
among those with storage goods
to unload. Some of this Is report
edselllng as fresh. Local: co-ops
are making no change. ,
Some !of the low priced buyers
of poultry have been smoked oat
and ars now bidding extreme fig
ures for their needs as a result of
the strong California demand,
recently reported. j.
Firm demand Is showing In the
market for ; lightweight icalves.
Sales of best lights are 'up to
13 Me. Heary stuff Is (steady
arouad a spread of 7-1 0c lb. '
Market for country killed hogs
Is reported weak with a general
top of a dime for ' best: light
blockers. Lambs are about: steady
with a dime the top. Heavy balls
are. in call around 7c lb. j
rOKTUlND. Ore., Af. 3 (.IT)
Preaare oxeaaoce. net price: kattsr, ex
tra i9e; aUadards 2S; prima firsts
27 c Kt, trash, asms 84c;
Iraaa Medina, tOc
PORTLAND. Or, AC 15 (AP)
t Opea Hifh , Low Close
Sp, aU 44 H 44 4 44 44
Sept.. ala 45V 45 W
Dec., 43 4S 4T4 47 H
Cash Markets: Wheat: ( Bead
Blaestem. 4V4e; soft whit wester
white. 434e; kr4 winter, northern
spring, wera red., a I.
w Om: No. a wkite 817.50.
Cora: Hev S S T S14.2S.
MUlxvaa MMdirt 11.50.
H Portland Livestock
POKTXU.ND. Or.. Aor. 2$ (AP)
Cettlo. til fnli ateadr.
gteer S001.100 lb, food .50 $7;
medium, f i $9.60; ctoaai 3.50- $S;
de, 1,100-l.SoO Iba, geod $.25f7;
mediaaa. .S5 .SS. "
Heifers 550-SiS lbs, good 0S.SO-S.0S;
mediaaa. 4.5t) S.50; common J.JJ
I4.&0. Cow. ood 94.Sa-S4.8; common
ad aaedtnea. SS.bO-f4.3S; low colter aad
cutter S1.O0-S3.OS. Balls' (fig exeid)
food aad;-koiee 4.5(Si.7a; entter.
comraoa aad madinai 3.0O-S4.50. Veal
ere (milk 'fed; good aad choico $7.00
4.30; mediam. SS.00-S.SO; call aad
commoa S4.OO-S0.OO. Calrets (3S0-O0
lbs.) good and. choice SS.00-S8.OO; com
mon aod median Sl.5O-fS.00.
Hog 800; 4Uadf t ety,-
LifJit ligM 140-1(0 lb good Sad
choice 7.00. Light weight 160-180
Ibt, good! aad choice S6.7S-S7.00; do
lb., good aad ehoico S.7S
$7.00. Aledinm weight 20020 Iba
good anad choice 39.OO IT.00; do 220
250 lbs., good aad choico 35.50 86.30.
Ueavr weight 250-2SO lbs., rood aad
choico $5.000.00; da SVO-350 ' lbs.
good aad choice f.50-fa.0. racking
sows S75-S0O lbs, : anedioai and good
S3.00-S4.TS. Feeder aad Stacker pigs 70-
130 no, good and choice SS.40 7.0.
IMoep aadxiamos 3,vo; sieaoy to
lower is spots.
Uabt SO Jbi dowa good sn4 cboic
$S.0O-$S.7S; medium $3.5O-$5.0O; all
weights, coesasoa S2.SO-S3.SO. loarUag
weathers 80-110 lbs., medinm to choice
$3.00-14.00. Ewes 00-120 las, media
to ehoie $1.75 32 00: 170-1S0 lha.
medium to choice $1.50 $1.75.- i
VORTLAND. Or Aos:. Si (AP
Oraace Caltfaraia Vsleoeiaa,1 SS.VS
85.50. Ot-apvirait California, 4 84.50;
tlorida, i-nne soa," canona.
83.25. Bsaasa ae la. LeOMaa auxot-
. 8.a i
Uasabsrrias local. U0 crata. Back-
Iaberris Pafet Boond. 14a lo.; nova-
lain, l.e lb. - r. a
Wstraslons X. V. Klondiks. l-2c
lb. Caataioupe IMIUra, U0JUi
YakUna sad Taa iails staaoara. Ji
erate. - Haeyw bmIoss Calilaraia
larg-a flats. - 81-85. lioskmaloas Lasl.
I-4e 1k. . Casabaa caiiioria. me in.
lea ersaat aaalaas California, : 2o lb.
rsrsiaa ! lUt erst.
driHi goedlets. SI. 15-81.40 lc:
re Malaca. SI; whiM MtUfi. $1.25;
iltbirs, A, lrhss Yskiraa, Elbartaa,
50-75e; local, &0-75e; J. H. Hales. 0e
fl; Crawford. 85c 81.
Cabbs?" J-wl, aw se in. i-otatoe.
IociL 1S lb.: sastera Washington,
81.85 cental. Onions, selling- priea to rs-
tailsrs: WaUa Wslia (lobes, S-2. Ua
eBmbar. field rrava.' 20e box. 8piach.
local. 75-SSe. Celerx. LabUa,- 70-S1.10
dosaa. liuthnoat, hotkoa, SS lb.-
Pappar Mtt'.l, creea. 40c baa. ' Sweat
potatoes New California. S-Ss lb.
Caallflower Northwest. 8 1.50-11.65 par
erst. Beans local. l-?e lb. Pan local,
7-8 lb. Tooaatoes Tha Dsllos. 40-50
box. Cora Local. 40-65e. Lttasc local.
81.S5 8 iced. 8S 50. . Snntntar
squash, local flats, 50c.
PORTLAND, Or., An. 25 (AP)
Liva ponltry -net bajrinj price: heavy
hens, colored. 4 lbs., oj 23e lbs.;
do medium, 14c; licht, lie lb.; broilers,
nnder IS lbs., 20 23c; ovef li lbs..
18-S0e; colored. r : No. 2 chickens
7-Se; old - roosters, 7c; docks, pekins,
14-16c; (eese, 18e.
Potstoes LacsI. me r.; esitsrn
WsshiDfton, 81.85 contsU
Hsj bs)inf pries for proincer: al
falfa. $14 815; closer, SlO-flS; ost
and Teteh. 80 811 ton.
Milk -Bajiox- prices: rrsdo B,
83.17 Vs Portland deliver and inspec
tion. v ;
' Nats Onefos wslnuts, 18-23 ; pea
nuts. 12e lb. : Brssils. 18-20c; slmonds.
14-lSc; filbert. 20 tCe; pecans. 20c lb.
Hop Nominal 1929 crop 10-lle;
1930 16 lTe.
Ireed poultry selliac; prie to re
tailers : tcrkcfs. poor to good. 25 2Se.
; HUBBARD, Ang. 25 Funeral
services were held at the Congre
gational church Monday for Rob
ert Poinsette. 98. who died Fri
Rev. Long of Salem read the
Knriil ukrrlcM and emnhaalzed
the noble Christian life. Polnsette
Mrs. Julius Stanffer and Mrs.
Lawrence Scholl sang several
Interment was In the Hubbard
r-emeterr beside his wife who died
18 years ago. . The pallbearers
were W H- Barrett, Frank Bar-
rtt. Twrence Scholl. Otto Mil
ler. IL C Mack and George Lef-
fler. - r , . -. .?
tr. 1 Aff A a a A vhlort rir Itla
'home In Hubbard to the Congre
gational tiuiicn... - 4-
HERE TO BE LIMIT ED
SHADING IS REPORTED
Grade B raw 9 mfik.
co-P. price f2.1T. per
f raOTT ATO TSOETABLES '
Fdee paid to growers by Bales barors.
t - Aagas 2$ . ,
Celery, dot. , ,80 ts .Tl
Sadiahos. dot. a
Oaioas. dos. ,i o
Oaioas, sack, 1
Carrots , n
Cora, sack , , ,
Taraips, dos. ,
S0 to so
.to to so
50 to TS
.30 to SS
Lettnca. crate .
Local Caataloapaa. .
Preea Peppers, Ng
.30 to .60 -
30 to 40
Medinm heas .
OKAIY AITD BAY
Baying Prices f
Whrt.-witera red ,
White, ba. , 38
Barley, ton ,, M to 18.00.
UsU. grer 3.0O to S4.oe
Rayt boyiiic pricoo
Oata aad vetch, tea ,
Alfalfa, valley, tad rattiar
Top grade .
Hoga, first cats
Hogs, other cats
OS to .05 H
D4 to .05
..01 H to .03,
a04 to .0$
SIJU SAP? iSRlGFl OH.IWeJ
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
rv g"wa4 , curly eat PiEniy voj have rr) A 7
i v . . . i r
TOOTS AND CASPER
r Do7 ePEA to Ma
TiA.KJjV! TUPOPtt A. '
LADY HERE WHO SAYS
YOU LOVE HE
I DtT kNOW WA3
K if Si.
A BOY VVHO
rL a boy wwoir H
Vt TRVJ8 TO
U C( THQ WWOLE
yhe OREGON STATESMAN, SaltEL Oregon.; WednegdaAIornlag. Acgcst 26 1931
Prune Canning Due to
Start, Jobs For :
Few in Sight
With all pears la Med'ford and
other aouthesn Oregon producing
areas bought up last week, local
canneries generally wW confine
their pear pack to the fruit al
ready, on han or already pur
, Canneries here started the pear
cannings last, week, bat only la
on$ or two Instances was there
sufficient quantity or pears ripe
to permit ' work an entire day.
This, week- longer periods each
dsy are being required to handle
the pears that are ripe,-and la.
some of the plants crews are
working full shifts. i
Packing of prunes Is scheduled
to start the end of ;thls week,
however, this job will afford work
te only a comparatively , small
group of women. -
' Hazel Green Guests
BROOKS Mrs. C. A. . Kobo
snd children, Delmar and Bar
bara of Hakel Green were dinner
guests Fridayat the home of
MrsKobos' toother Mrs. 'William
Schafer. Mr. and Mrs. William
Schafer and daughter. Miss Verda
Schafer and grandson, Bobby
Morris returned Friday from a
weeks' vacation at Cutler City.
Ret, and Mrs. D. George Cojs
of Salem accompanied by Mrs. C
D. Naylor and Mrs. J. 8. Dun
lary motored to Molalla to rlsit
at the home of Mr. and Irs. Lieoa
Judd and family, and Mr. and
Mrs. John S. Naylor.
Mrs. Msry Hawkins has re
turned to her home in Salem af
ter speeding the past month visit
ing friends fn Brooks.'
MOTHER PASSES AWAY
LIBERTY. Aug. 25 Word has
been received from Mrs. John
Dasch, who left last Thursday
for' Newcastle. Wyoming. In re-
oonse to a telegram telling of
the serious illness of her mother.
Her mother passed away Satur-dren are home sgian after spend
day before Mrs. Dasch arrived, lng about two weeks visiting at
" ' " ' Sws s oaT (jbaalfrVv'-
- tarring Popcye
i s Trvv
a v m
Past- Noble Grand -Club' at
Cascadia; Church Group
-JEFFERSON. ' Aug. 25 The
Past Noble Grand dub and fam
ilies held the annual picnic at
Cascadia Sunday. ' .A' sumptuous
dinner was served at the noon
hour. The afternoon was enjoyed
la Uitlng and playing games,
and a, general good time was had
by those attending.- -
"Included in the picnic were Mr.
and Mrs. Chirles Hoyt- of , Sweet
Home; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith
and small son of Albany; Mr. and
Mrs. Lee Wells and daughter
Beverly; Mr. and Mrs. Klngsley
Thurston and children, Merrine.
Miiarea ana Burton; Mr. ana
Mrs. Hugh Bilyeu and- son Jack;
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Thurston, Mr.
and Mrs. Ezra Hart and son Clin
ton; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Curl and
son Linden; Mrs. Maude Black-
well; Miss Laura. Thomas and
Miss Helene Weddle. , .
There being no preaching ser
vice at the Evangelical church
Sunday morning m number of the
congregation motored to Lewis-
TlUe after . Sunday school and
spent the day with Rev. and Mrs.
A. W. : Oliver and son Wllf or d,
former pastor here. A dinner was
served cafeteria style In the pic
nic grore on the banks of the
Luckiamute. The afternoon was
spent swimming . and visiting. '
Those 'enjoying the picnic, were
Mr, and -Mrs. A, W. Wilson, Glen,
Clifford. Virgil, Clarence, Beulah,
Mary and Edith Wilson. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Bell. Ruby Koker.
Mrs. Nettle Reeves, Rosalie Pol
len, Helen and Laura . Klhs,
George- Klhs .and Rer. and Mrs.
A. W. Oliver and son Wllford.
FROM SEATTLE IP
I ROSED ALE, Aug. 25 Mrs.
I Albert Brownlee and two chll
K,UE. FEVT 0 UOW IN
I af a .a x.v SV
"A Modest Beast-
SCrAB RXKS T?INK BU52COS IS
DUMB BUT X OOKTAWYBe
VDU AINST A5 PASTAS RABBITS
BUT YOU DO YOQR STUFF-
Mr BELIEVE ME
WHAT ARE rr & TRUS. J I ( YOU CAM HAVE ) MASEL COME AIL;- OFCOUS&5 ."foU POU-T h h j
W HELLO, BY0UDOIN4 HE DOES ( )HIM,LADYi ( BAO WOTl !tJREA i OECOWrZE MY MOTHECt.- U)tKYJ
& KlY!f WEB.t3VVEY- CALi. MEQ I 1M THROUGH jl NOT JEAIOV5 BCCAVSE J , V sSSwTSilS :
m ? 1 c"ET ? Wi SWEET-HEART! U- yLy V.1 LOVE MYOWM 2
Feetac tr , CrrM Msi rss --" 11
The Hon, CapU Henry Abel Smith'
(above), of the Royal Horse
Guards, whose engagement to
Lady May Cambridge has been
officially announced in London,
Lady May is the attractive daugh
ter of the Earl and Countess of
Athlon e. The forthcoming mar
riage of the well-known pair is of
particular interest because Lady
May's name has, in the past, been
repeatedly linked with that of the
Prince of Wales, as his prospec
Seattle. Mr. ' Brownlee drove up
for her Saturday.
Mrs. Norman Alexander Ir en
joying a Tlait from her sister.
Mrs. Kirby of Port Townsend.
! Mrs. A. J. Haldy is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. Edith Webb and
on. Bobby,-of Portland.. -
- - Miss Helen Cammack Is as
sisting with . a daily vacation
Bible school - at Marlon held In
connection with a tent meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Hlggias of Rob
erts attended Sunday school here
Sunday and gave some special
music. Hlgglns is president of the
Red Hills district Sunday school
organization and gave a short
talk relative to the work.
Miss Adelaide Winslow re
turned Sunday from Portland
where she was yislting an aunt.
Her uncle and aunt returned'wlth
her and spent the day visiting at
the E- B. Strand home.
Charley Burris, a resident here
with '.his parents some 22 years
ago. was calling on old acquaint
"Peace - of Mind'
YOO-HOO - POPfeG )
VtMOM XHV MORE
0D6T BECAUSE VDUAWTNOtSV DOMr
MEAM VtXJ GOTTA BCDUMBVtXJ.
tX4T SPEMO"4E.VsWXE NK5KT HOWUNG
UXEACOVUTE BUT XU.&CTC11A
True to Form
Cause Of Slump
CHICAGO, Aug. 25 (AP)
Liquidation of the September de
livery in all trains carried prices
tor wheat, corn and rye down to !
new lows for the season again to
day. A snappy rally in corn just
before the close found the mar
ket badly oversold land nasty cov
ering by shorts forced prices up to
fractional- gains for the day.
Wheat rose only moderately from
the day's bottom.'.
; Wheat closed weak, U-l cent
rower, corn firmer at 2-8 to 1 3-8
advance and oats 1-8 down to K
up. - ... - v "
GROWERS Pi LESS
AURORA. Aug. 2 5 JThe tang
of pungent hops is la theair. and
there is movement and expectancy
everywhere. Housewives who are
taking the entire families into the
yard- have been looking aneau
and getting everything in readi
ness. Harvesting of the early hops be
gan in the-C E. Eppers yard west
of town last week. - Growers hav
ing both early and late hops are
paying pickers 90 cents per 100
pounds. Eighty, cents is the pre
vailing price for late hops.
Monday picking began in the
Jim Feller yard ot 5 acres; also
la the Loran Gleay yard. Harry
Schults began picking his esrly
clusters last -Wednesday, and his
sister. Miss "Schults began Mon -
day. Others will be ZaUlng-into
line from day to. day.
HOME FROM 6T: HELENS
LIBERTY. Aug. 25 Mr. and
Mrs. Chsrles Wolf of St. Helens,
parents of Mrs. Williaftr"lMeU
man spent the weekend here.
Marie, and Beatrice Dietsman
who have been visiting their
grandparents forrtbe past four
weeks returned home with them.
SILVERTON, Atfg.: 25 Mr.
and Mrs. Cal Schlador are tak
ing a week's vacation. Yislting
with friends and relatives. Dur
ing Mrs.- Schlador's absence. Miss
Emma Adarason Is -In charge of
the Women's Specialty shop here,
THE SAYS VtXJ CAM GET ALOM&
WHERE AMV OttEfcArilMAL WOULD STARVE
AKTUAT WHEM VOJ STAJ2TA TOOCWEy VOU
FW15H rri-ot ie neYiM so, homest; r.
Tknnw' an vrvi
ARIES' 1 PB
IS GREAT SUCCESS
RICKREALL. Aug. 25 Tea
third Dlcnlc in a series of good
times being sponsored by the La
dies Aid and families was held
at Neskowin Sunday with 5 in
attendance. Most of the cars left
between 7 and 8 a.m.. arriving at
the beach la . time to get good
and hungry before lunch waa
served. at noon.
The beach was delightful and
without the usual cold wind.
Those enjoying the trip were:
Mr. Mrs. Geo. Wait, Mr, and
Mrs. Ifershel Wait and son, Ken
neth and Mrs. Ada Tread way, Mr.
and Mrs. S. M. Roblson, daughter
Mildred and grand children Don-
aid and Joan McKimmenes. Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Hamilton, Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Stenson. Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Dempsey and son Arthur.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Burch. son
Harold. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Fox.
June and Hal Fox. Mrs. T. S.
Burch and Leo Bihl from Rick-
reall, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wait,
Oak Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ,
Walt and children. Dan and Bar
bara from Albany.
: GROUP FRDffl ZEUA
ZENA. Aug. 25 A picnle
group 'motored to Cascadia- Sun-.
day and enjoyed swimming and
l Included In the party ww Mr.
and Mrs. V. Lee Gibson and son
Paul. Eldon Klnton. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles McCarter and nephew
Herman Widener. all of Brush
College. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hen
ry of Zena. Miss Nina Tanzy. Miss
Odel Peden. Mr. and Mrs. "B. B. .
Flack. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Cancoy
and Kenneth Cannoy. all of Sa
lem. . .
A party composed of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Henry of Zena, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Frank Matthews and
daughter. Marjorle of Spring Val
ley and T. Kirkwood of Hopewell
made a trip to Clstskanie Sundsy
where they were guests for the
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Brog brother-in-law and
sister of Mrs. Matthew
By WALT DISNEY.
TWEVi vA -1
- III . lv i
By BRANDON WALSH
Riiddac nemte a.
By .JHVlIfrY MURPHY