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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1946 "I Herefords Capture Prizes At Show HIGH RIVER. FortT- nine winter fee calves were entered 3fi the joint show and sate of High River and Gladys Junior Calf ing clubs. A record over previous sales was made by Glen Morrison whose 940-pound Hereford, grand champion of the brought 35 cents a pound froaa Adams. Wood and Weiller. Morrison's calf won firs? plsce in the Hxh River club of 22 entries, and Leonard Koster of Blackie took first place in the Gladys sfcoa- of 29 entries. Hosier's 750-pound Hereford brought 30 cents a pound from Les Kirton of High River. Top animals in both clubs of Hereford breeding, though ihere "iras also good showing of Shorthorn and Angus. Excellent quality acd finish was evident, and the overall average was cents, was four cents higher than the 1943 average. J. Allen Baker auctioned the stock, aad Joe Johnson, farm man- ager of the University of Alberta farms, was ihe judge. Also present to address the young contestants were B. J. Whitbread. district agri- culturist, end P. N. MUler, educa- tional supervisor of junior clubs. Although handicapped by bad roads and a steady downpour of rain, all entries arrived at the show in good condition, and there was a large crowd in attendance. Heaviest buyers were Safeways. with other purchasers Adams, Wood. WeUler and Katchen; Bums Co., Swift Canadian. Canada Packers and Kir- Confirmed At Ceremony NATAL. (HNS) Es- cellency Bishop Martin Johnson of Kelson. B.C.. was a visitor at Natal- Michel en Sunday, May 26 during which time he performed the sacra- ment of confirmation to class of 35, consisting of 34 children, and two adults. The happy event took place outside beside the Lady of Mount Carmel chapel at which was decorated for the' oc- casion. Visiting priests assisting Bishop Johnson were Paiher Anderson of Bellevue, Father Sullivan of Cole- man. Father Cheevers of Fercie, Dean Harrington of Blairniore. along with Father Brophy of MicheL During ihe same day while on a visit throughout the East Kootenay parishes His Excellency Bishop xfartin Johnson also performed the sacrament of confirmation to a large class at Pemie, B.C. A large congregation attended the cere- mony. ton of High River. In the High River show second place was given to Bruce Wallace, third to Florence Sutherland and fourth to Tommy Robertson. In the Gladys show Gene Rowland's entrv won second. Aubrey Suitor's third, and A. Koster, fourth. All were Herefords. BUILDING PROGRESS BOW is progressing rapidly on the new of- fice and showroom building on the south side of Main Street which F. Halpin is having erected. G. Bonette will soon have his new restaurant completed and open for business. Every Veteran should answer these questions: is -MOST important in my SECURITY, perhaps you would say? You have iron the right to plan yoar future! Plan it with life insurance the strongest force to assure continuation of jour present security fot yourself for your loved ones in the years ahead! "Does it matter WHICH lift insurance company I Yes? Life insurance companies are much alike as to policies and rates, but actual long-term results vary We iavite you to compare The Mutual life of Canada's record with that of any other company. THi Evidence of the satisfaction of Mutual Life policyholders is furnished by the fact that whole famiiies and succeed- ing generations have entrusted their life insurance programs exclusively to The Mutual Life, and each year approxi- mately of its new busi- ness comes from policy- holders. Ask your Mutual Life representative to explain the special features of this Company. Low Cost Life Insurance Since 1869 OFFICE WATERLOO. ONTARIO Branch Building-, Lcthbridje, Alberta. Representatives: E. R. J. FORSTER, CJUU. Unhappy Over State of Highway GRASSY spe- cial meeting of the councillors of Eureka 14 was held oa Mon- day evening. May 27. when a dele- gation of approximately thirty resi- dents living south of the hasslei appeared to demand that repair be done ca the roads from outlying districts into the market centre. The delegation felt that _ some of the reserve funds, on hand j should be used for such Vork be- j fore the M-D. iras submerged in ai larger unit. This complaint was to tbe that thousands of dollars had bees spent building the road between high-revs 1 and 6 but this road had not been kept up. Taxes are high, running at a mill rate of 24 There have been sev- eral dry years and prospects for more ahead. The farmers fiad these roads quite often impassable, and they break down they have to pay the 12 per cent tax on repairs. Therefore they feel they should have aid in the form of having their roads repaired. The delegation was informed that Standard Gravel were to keep the. road in question in repair. This ss also not fair as Standard Gravel are reouired to pay P3V licenses and fuel tax the same as anyone else. Also said the delegation, the remainder of the road no; used by this company is not in any be.c-- ter condition than that used by them. The delegation were promised that N. H. Bradley, the government engineer, -would attend the next meeting and they were invited to return then. They are, however, dissatisfied, feeling "that they have accomplished nothing. DISTRICT NEWS PLANNING CLOTHING PAGE FIVE Busy Southern Alberta DRIVE AT PWCHER PESCHER .meeting of representatives of tnei BACK FROM OVERSEAS I ACHIEVEMENT DAY various organizations in toura were WRENTHAM 1 seven Mrs. R. Hewett: traKSponauon. G. isiS mg' TliursGSY __ __ _ ______ ___________________________________________________ cash was I Daley at her home" Tues- taken in any time from June 17 to .MeLAUCHLIN Garage and WELLINGTON BKOS, The Decor- M _.------------- -----.._ .._ Comer of 4th Ave. aast: ators.- 1907. For estimaiw St. Phone 2313.____________10 phone 3472. Res. 611-lOth St. S-18S3 FIRTH BROS. Spray painting and Quick Given oa Roofs, Stucco Houses, Pins 3731. 715-17U1 St. N. WEN BRCCHET Painting, Paper- hanging. 323-llth St. a Phone ARCHER Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modern ScniSpcseBt. e S4SS, but SUNDAY SEVEN The Qu'Appeile diocese -A as in the dis- trie; Wednesday at the and Ke-en home of Sir. and Mrs. A. WarraU. One cf the teachers is on exchange from Yorkshire. England. GOSLINGS GRANUM. ing of 1.000 goslings and they are raising chickens. Orte goslirg had four legs but it. only lived a short while. They aJso report de- predations done by coyotes, having taken several young in sight being urged to have their parcels j BIG BULL SNAKE read-.- on that day and in a cor.- youth in venietu. location. Country people j is in possession of ihe skin j be contacted through the vari- of a bull snake over six feet, long ous schools and their articles of minus head and tail pans The I clothing conations be received was recently killed on the C i on any cf the dates during :he .ri ranch not far from the I drive. The committees are confi- BEACTT PARLORS CALL PIAXO TUNING WSSTBROOK'S BHAUTT PARLOR, for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3352. j GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4th ATC. Jf. 1962 BADIO REPAIRS YOGVE BEAUTY SHOP 403-13th Stree: North. The Latest in Hair Styiirsg. Phone 2257. 824 ranch buddings. When killed Kideas that citizens will respond to is reported to have been about I this drive equally as well as they BABT 8CGGY REPAIRS seven feet long. NEED FARM SHOVELS !s a of header With real famiae in shovels suitable for hounds, they were able to capture i and Irnfatlpg operations did in the first collection. DEATH OF B.C. FARMER CRANBROOK. B.C. BABY BCGGY wheels retired, paired and trued. Seiice while you wait. BERT MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 3S1 BARRETT'S 35DCPERT RADIO APPLIAKC2 REPAIRS. ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE 3LK. PKOSS 4554. 1S2S KEPLER'S GUARANT3ED REPAIRS TO Atli MAKES RADIOS. HEARING ______ __________ AIDS and APPLIANCES. YOCR BICYCL3 to tfca! 322A 7th St. 3. Phone 4338. 1178 BICYCLE REPAIRS Taber Man Was Prince's Guard Morgan CoHett of Taber -was recentlv hoaae on army leave and stated he was one of the four Canadian soldiers elected to form the personal bodyguard of Princess Bernard, consort of Juliana, ana son-in-law of Queen Wilhelmma of The Nether- lands. Four Canadians were asked for, owing to the Dutch royal fam- ily wishing to requite their cour- teous treatment while In Canada. He said Prince Bernard is a very fine person, who makes no show ot his position out acts as if he was one of the common people. Coaldale Native Daughter Honored hun- dred friends of Sgt. Dorothy J. Corey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Corey, gathered at the Coal- dale United, church hall last Wed- nesday evening to honor this popu- lar Coaldale native girl in a mis- cellaneous shower previous to her marriage to Staff Sgr. L. Kickle of Calgary, on June 3rd. The hall was profuse with bouquets of spring flowers -and red. "white and blue streamers against a background of a large Union Jack. The beautiful gifts were present- ed to Sgt. Corey by Mrs. M. Me- Cann. Mrs. Jack, Smith pleased greatly with two loVely vocal solos, with Mrs. B. Gninewald at the piano. A mock wedding was the main feature of the evening's entertain- ment and contests, conducted by Mesdames S. Daine and B. H. Bal- cry, were won by Mesdames C. Gordon. J. Owen and M. Ober. Delicious refreshments were served at the close of the enter- tainment. I.lr. E. Davidson acted as chairman for the evening. PLAN CLOTHING DRIVE Cana- dian Allied Relief are having a na- tional collection campaign from June IT to 29. Last year Burdest and district contributed 900 Ibs. Citizens are requested to prepare bundles of spare clothing, shoes and blankets. At a later date they will be notified where to leave contribu- tions. The Finn of Meech Meech, Architects ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE FORMATION OF THE PARTNERSHIP OF MEECH, MITCHELL MEECH ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS V. E. MEECH, M.RJU.C. M. S. MITCHELL, P. Eny., M.E.I.C. H. W5I. MEECH, F.R.A.I.C. lit McFARLANTJ BLDG. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 2005 __ M-'o ture this critical shortage. ta Pttdar H? SOLDIER DISCHARGED will be asent for ihe Pool ele- SEVEN The i. M.-. forcl Kraft who. his arrival 1 Bath. Ont. equipped shop in the south.. and accessories for all makes J time executive in the District _iti- American. English, earned i lif- eral Association. He was born a: in stock. i Manus. is being transferred to Les- Alberta. LETTER OF THANKS FROM NORWAY overseas service, has been visiting relatives in the district, i BURDETT FISHERMEN left for Calgary Sunday 10 receive j ARE SUCCESSFUL j his discharge. j Since the SHIP HORSES fishing season ooened a number of car load of: our expert fishermen have been horses destined for the cannery j having a grand time with the rod was shipped from this point last j and reel. Many good catches of Thursday, and another car load is i excellent quality have been made. shipped this week. A. Fru-1 which helped greatly during the BERT Jt MAC'S 315-7th St. 3. Phone 3232. 383! CABINET MAKING Day and Night Service We are pleased to co-operate with the Service Stations and Garages of Lethbridge to give the motoring public this necessary service, by remaining open to serve them, all next week, during- the following hours. Sunday, June a.m. to 6 p.m. June 3 to June 8, S a.m. to 10.30 p.m. BAY SUPER SERVICE STATION Cor. 1st Ave. and'5th St. S. Phone 3058, Lethbridge ihe at the home of Mrs. Prey. Roll I call was answered with a current i event. The treasurer's report re- veaied that the collected frcm the raffle and the fines at the last, meeting brought the amount in the treasury to S3S.73. i The committtee chosen to meet j the Coaldale hall beard reported, that the following dates were the ones given to Ready Made on which j to hold entertainments: Nov. 15, i Dec. 13. Jan. 17. Feb. 14. March 21. i Mrs. Ober reported that she had I received a letter frcm Mrs. Bar- I stad in Norway thanking her for i pyjamas thas Mrs. Ober had I for the Red Cross. Mrs. Barstad j had found the slip of paper on which Mrs. Ober had -written her name in the pockes of the pyjamas. As a result of the receipt of this j letter it was decided that the quilt which was finished at the last meeting should be sent to Mrs. Barstad. Mrs. Burton, convener of war reported that 6 pairs of seeks and 3 sweaters had been turned in to the Salvation Army. It was moved that the club should take part in the National Clothing Drive by arranging for conations to left at the school for pick-up and delivery to a. central depot. Sprinklers For Raymond Cemetery Ray- mond cemetery board has commenc- ed a beautifying project icr the local cemetery. After having cleaned up the grounds and put all graves ia good repair, they have decided upon a sprinkling system to keep the grounds green and beautiful. There will be a pressure system with a pump installed. From the west factory lake the water will be piped up the hill and the pressure pump will lift the water to the cemetery grounds. Jlr. }i Ariamson. Calgary engin- eer, lias inspected the proposed system and it has been approved. The necessary equipment at a COST- of approximately has al- ready been ordered, and will be in- stalled within the cesx four or five weeks. The cemetery committee, consist- in? of Dehlia "Woolf. president; Irene Halidav, secretary: J. D. Hall. Manilla Meldrum Floyd "Wilde and Katie "Wilde, with special mention to Mr. H. Pack, are to be congrat- ulated on this fine move for local improvement. Anjiual Meeting Women's League NEW postponed annual meeting cf the New Dayton Catholic Women's League was held at the home of Mrs. Cietus Kaupp. After the old" business was completed Mrs. Ray Drake occupied the chair lor elec- tion cf officers. The results were as follow: President, Mrs. Cietus Kaupp: first vice-president. Mrs. Anne Fyfe: second vice-president, Mrs. clarence Kaupp; third vice-president, Mrs. Roy Drake; secretary treasurer, Mrs. Forrest Greeno: auditors. Mrs. Roy Drake and Mrs. R. Kaupp: pub- licity and courtesy cards, Mrs. R, Kaupp. The retiring officers received a vote of thanks and the hostess serv- ed lunch. OVERSEAS BRIDE ARRIVES j fHNSJ has: reached here thav Mrs. L. La Foun- j tain has reached calsary front j overseas. Lester is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. La Fountain, former old-time of Lo- mond. BUILDINGS ARE MOVED GRASSY Anton Heck has moved his buildings across the track to the south.side, next to his service station. Matt Thomas has also a house the south side between the leacnerage and the Heck resi- dence. The A Ton-.p fan-.ilv haie mow! into their house which tney been busy improving; for months. W.I. HOLDS-MEETING GRASSY The May meeting of the Better Days W.L was both business and social. Plans were made for a clean-up day at the Preparations were also made for a bean supper. This was held or. Saturday, May 18. ar.d proved a financial success. The W I. are gomg to hold a bazaar in the fall and committees were appointed to look after the sewing for same. Ritchie Paterson Company CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AUDITORS P.O. BOX 940. TELEPHONE 2619 i and S ACADIA BLDG. 612 THIRD AVE. S. Summer Art Classes Enroll now for the Short Course til Art being arranged by THE LETHBRIDGE SKETCH CLUB Outdoor and Indoor Classes, June 3 to 15 Terms: Full course S8.00: Half time S5.00 Instructor: H. G. CLYDE, A.R.C.A. Sponsored by the Department of Extension. University of Alberta Apply, Mrs. A. M. Moe, Secretary. 1012 Sixth Avenue S-, Phone 2810 ATTRACTIONS FOR THE COMING WEEK AT THE CAPITOL MONDAY TILL WED., JUNE 3-5 "Confidential Agent" with CHARLES EOVEK LAUREN BACALL THURSDAY TILL SAT. JUNE 6-8 "FRONTIER GAL" with YVONNE DE CARLO ROD CAMERON ROXY MONDAY AND TUESDAY JUNE 3-4 "CINDERELLA JONES" AlSO "OH WHAT A WEDNESDAY AND THURS JUNE 5-6 "NATIONAL VELVET" Also "GIRL ON THE SPOT" FRIDAY AND SAT. JUNE 7-8 "SHE WENT TO THE RACES" Also "WHERE EAGLES BROOD" FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS Investing by Mail To those who cannot conveniently our nearest osEce we osfer facilities for investing by mail. If you -will advise us of the amount: that you ish to invest in Stocks or Bends (or both) we -aili send you suggestions hav- ing regard to safety of principal, income return, possible capital appreciation, and JAMES RICHARDSON SONS McFARLAND BUILDING Phone 4335 LFUBRIDGE Oficcs from Montreal to Vjctorit connected by direct privajc Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBKIDGE WOODWORKING CO. Ave. South. Phone 3568. 844 STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture Phone 3232 BERT i MAC'S Where they build HP the performance of your Not the Charges. _ 3I5-7th St. S. _ 3SO 41 RADIATOR REPAIRS _ RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service, Repairing, eieantrg. re-cor- ing with original equipment ceres. IK-Sth St. S. Phota 4121. 1583 and toys. made, refiaished or re- Kemp i paired. Xic-Nac Shop, St. i ROY'S RADLVTOR RadU- tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- llvery paid on out-of-town -srork. _. _ St. S. South. Phone 355S. 103 1522 CEMETERY 3IE3IORLALS Importers of Scotch Granite aad Italian Marbles. LETHBRLDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3S20. R. Needs, 323-8th St. S. IS32 CONTRACTORS NEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; fully modern equipment; also lawn I mowers and clippers sharpened. A. 1 Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone 12110. 1223 BUILDING, Construction Plans and Supervision. G. K. Lambert. Phone i 2077. 322 CLEANING SERVICE Excessive Worry Sips ihe Nervoas Sysiea Worry OTET business or household duties, sudden shock, distrassinsc news, the foolish attempt to put of normal life into 24 hours all put strain on. the nervous system it cannot stand. If you are uraLlIsuess, nervous and worried why not give Mflbunrs Health and Nenro fills a chance to help put you on your fest again? They are a blood enricttag and nerve tonic containing essential elements for the blood and the nervous Help yourself back to by taking H. i N. KUs. Price SOc a box, 65 pills, at all drug counters. Look for our registered trade mark a "Red Heart" on the packaja. Tte T. SHIbnm Co.. Lisitcd. Toronto. Ont. Fur Spring Cleaning, call your Full- er Brush >Ian. Phone 4241. 213 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ALL TYPES electrical work and repairs by careful workmen. McSen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor wort Phona 3829. 514-7th Ave, South. 118 REBER ELECTRIC, 7IO-6th St. S- Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone -4574. 1696 FARM LIGHTING no volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. St. S. Phone 3848 or 3758. 1720 FLOOR SANDING FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2369. We welcome out of town business. 90 FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAD3, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. _____ All work guaranteed. 1055 FURNITURE MOVING REFRIGERATION REFRIGERATION Sales i Semce. L S. Jones. Phone 4555. 1906-7th Ave. C.. Lethbridge. 1S4 RE-TREADING Rc-cappmg aad JRe-treadins Tires. NORTH LETHBKUJGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorised GOODYEAB. Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 RETREADING. SECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Bqalp- oed Shop Irs the South." J. Al JARDDTE'S TIRE StTPPLT- 402-ist Avenue South. Phone 3380. 165T ROOFING CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St. S. Phone 2599 1SS7 ROOFING. Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jor.es an3 Rex Phone 4550 1398 REPAIRS 24 Hour Service on AH Makes of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRTOGE APPLIANCES Maytag Sales and. Serslce. Street South. 399 SEWING MACHINES WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewin? Machine Co.. 633 3rd Ave. S. 2243. 921 SEWING SERVICE HEMSTITCHING. Prompt serries. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 520 3rd. Aye. S. Phone 2243.____________510 DRESSMAKING ALTSSATIC-NS DOROTHY GRAHAM, Phone -4494. 122 31dr. 129 BUTTON-HOLES. Work guaranieed. Mrs. B. Harris, 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. 83 SHOE REPAIRS STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR 322-7th St. S. Phone 3955. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barra. 951 LEE DUCK. TaUorine and .Hat work. 330-l3ta St. N. Phone 2770. 1335 McLEAN TRANSFER. Storage. Crating, Packing, Shipping j of Household Goods. Phone 2097. J 640-6th St. S. 430 TILING FURRIERS LUXURIOUS FUR COATS la the latest styles, saving priced. Expert restyling, relining. cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for occasion. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." SH-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. 790 TILES (Asphalt) Supplied and laid oy experienced craftsman. PERCY HAMILTON. 137-Hth North. Phone 2532. 459 TIME SHEETS GARAGES. ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203. 483 MOTORS. ELECTRIC__________ equipped shop, expert wori- i man, for tne repair of fractional and three phase motors. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. CLEANEK SERVICE GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. AH makes. McKenzie Hectrie Ltd. Pfconc 3837. 252 INSULATING AXP ROOFING j in appiying Rock Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Sx- 1 perienced crews on the Job the year! round. j f Western Home Improvement Co. i 8 Stafford BlceS. Phone 2S53. i i_____________________________131 i j i ALL WORK CAREFULLY DONE J. S. Brown, care Brown's Musical i FRED a speciality, j 604-Sth St. S. Pnone 2735. 1331 j UPHOLSTERY GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering asd Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Uphalstertef. Fumigating. AH -aror-: euaranteed. 406-5th St. S. Phone 3470. 1125 VULCANIZING TRACTOR, Truck Car Ttre Vul- canizing. Guaranteed. T.lne belt splicing. New and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOXOmS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR DeaJsr. __________Phone 4268.________IS70 Tire Hepairs and Vulcanizing of all Kinds. "A Complete Tire Service." j TIKE SCPPLT 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 35SO. the NATAL. During, ic ortst week rr.isccl'aneous showers place at Natal-Michel in honor of two war stop WHEEL ALIGNING Service Station Brake ccmiy'camc to' MK-h'ef a'fwr arriving j Service. 4tb St. Phone 4167. from England, where they inar- i___________________________ff? ned numbers of the armed forces j WVTCH REPVIRS i whose husband is at present em- i at the coast and Mrs. An- drew Latfca. who is employed at. Michel mines. These showers are sponsored bj- the ladies of the Natal-Michel Citizens' League. The Canadian Prices Board an- I nounced it is prepared to Inks steps. j possibly including r-rosecuticn, against firms which built up ''un- due arid excessive stocks of rajon imir.g fabrics." MAC'S WATCH SHOP. Oca! 1572 WELDING Phone 3S99 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service, Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. 1251 We change the rims of tract- or wheels to rinis suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 1590 SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK! ;