Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on January 11, 1952 · 16
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Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada · 16

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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pA(.r. mitts STRICTLY BUSINESS Have a good time window chopping, Dear?" Says Square, Cube Hoots Ridiculous WELLESLEY, Mass., Jan. 11 AP). A Harvard professor termed square and cube roots and compound Interest nonsensical" subjects for grade-school study. In a panel discussion at Wellesley College, Professor Robert 1L Sears of the Harvard Graduate School of Education said children should lie taught Instead how to read graphs and charts and interpret public opinion polls mathematically. To Far East Pot SINGAPORE, Jan. 11 (Reuters)- Air Marshal Sir Thomas M. Williams, R.A.F, inspector-general, will succeed Air Marshal Sir Francis Fogarty as commander-in -chief, British F?r East Air Force. RATES Star phoenlx Want Ad Rate; Threg Cents Pr Word Per-Day Six Conaecutlvg Insertions for th Prira of Five, Minimum Charge Per Single Insertion 25c Minimum Count 10 Words. Initial letters, elu, count as one word. Where 10 point or large type la dealred lv th advertiser, the rate per word la 7c per day. Minimum count 10 worda. Minimum transaction 5 cents. Figures in groupa of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, etc,, count as one word Where one ling la set In 10 point and the ImIkih In ordinary classified upe the charge la 40c per line per day for the 10 point line. Where the use of g box numler la desired count as four words extra. If replies are to be mailed u out-of-town points, please add 10 rent, to cover coat of postage. City advertisers must pick up boa rapUea at the fetar phoenla office, NOTICES fllrth, 1 00; Marrlai and Daath, In WfMiiiirlama, Knamaiua. Cartla of 'lhaiik, eic nta 1 50 per loaertion of 10 lino or loa. ntr, lln of f)v worda rh. 14o per iinin Display Advertising AH ropy for display advertising must be Alt copy for dismay advertising must p tn th. t.r:Ph.m ofilr. not T.ter th.n 4 the day preceding publication The starPhoentx reserves the right to classify advertisements. in Prince Albert Advertising Copy may be hft with the Northern News Agency? office nouns Monday to Friday. 19 a.m. t pm Saturday, g 10 a in. to 5 p m Closed All Dav kunriaya end Holiday WANT AD 111 PHONE vt) I t I WANT AU PHONE MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATFS 1 year wMwwww.wwtiiwiimii..w. 112 00 6 months H 59 2 months 3 5 1 month 1 fto To lnitad States and Great Britain: A year 00 6 months 6 59 3 months 5 no 1 month 3 1KL TENDERS Defence Construction (1051) Limited Tenders for Construction of Two Structural Steel Hangars Winnipeg, Manitoba Eilr 12J-7WM Joh 17fTJ Sealed tenders, plainly marked as to content and addresxed to . the under-signed, WUl be received up to twelve mm. CM T,f January 2, 1952. for the fiMHiiitirium of two structural Nteel Hangars, at RUA.F, Ftetlon, Winnipeg, MnUol Plana, apectf IcMtions and forms of tender required may be obtained from the undersigned by prime contractors and are available for irt-siwiton at 400 Kensington Building, Winnipeg; W'lnnig Builders Exchange A cheque for $100 00 pavablg to Defence C'onstructlon ftlMl) Limited, la reiulrtd for each set of plans, specifications and flpcvunetits. This deposit i forfeited. If plans, specifications and documents are rmt returned within fourteen day of January 29, 1932. Farh tender must be accompanied by a security deposit of 10 of the first $500,000 00 plus 6 of any amount of the tender price in excess of 500,000 0O, Much deposits will iiv demnifv DC.L against loss tn the event of withdrawal of the successful tenderer subsequent to acceptance of the bid by DCL. A certified cheque payable to Imfence Constructing 1951 Lim.ted Of negotiable Dominion of Canada bonds will be accepted aa security deposit. The lowest nr any tender not neceaaarlly accepted W. J. MTLHArSFV. 400 Kensington Budding, Winnipeg Manitoba. LI4-C Defence Construction (1951) Limited Tenders for Construction of Two Structural Steel Hangars Cold Lake, Alberta File 1727-1.4-3 Job 773 Steeled tenders, plainly marked as to content, ard addressed to the tinder-Signed, w ill he received tip to twelve n-wn CST. January 31, 1953, for the rwwtwH'Uon of two structural Stwd Hangars, (oil Lake, Altwrta. Flans, spent nations and fnrmg of tender required may be obtained from th undersigned by prim contractors and are avaiiahlg f.w inspection at 400 Ken-tnston Building. Winnipeg; 201 Monarch Htiild Exchange . rmtver. A cheque for '$lm 00 parable to Iefence Construction 19619 Limitel. is required for each set of plana, specification and documents. Th deposit la forfeited If plena, specification am) documents r pot returned within fourteen dava of January 31, 1952. Each tender must be ecrompatHed by a security deposit of 106 of the first $vx),090u0 plus 3t of anv amount of thg total tender la excess of $MdJnOth). Fuck deiKMoita wUI indemnify 5CL ggainxt I lOM EW kvs In thg event of withdrawal of the) w Apnr,M rlwprfi successftil tempered subsequent to oef rJ:I v wnr of ih t.M hr V ' I- A L A,, itfiel cbeqtie tavahlt o Defence fnri. i sons, t ruction tlkMt l Imifett or necdiablrf -1kinilnHn of Canada bonds wdi he IfPVVPU niAPPl repted as security deposit. The lowet ? IvIV F U rjfv-rV2 vtlAf LL or an terder mH newadh accented ' F u ner a 1 Director and Fmhaimera W. J. M5LH A1 jKN. J Manael G, Bindley and Jack M tttnkigv 400 knngttn RofMmg Pruprietcr Wumuwg, Manitoba J 31 L Third Av., oorth. Flume 21 241 liFgi I au By MacFeatters TENDERS (I TENDERS WANTED Carlyle Lk Report Separate tenders tor each of the fol-lowiiif romeationi at i artyle Lake Heaort, Carlyle, bask.. will be received by the undersigned tn until 12 o'clock noon, February 15, lWil. 1. Hotel Beach Building trtow known as danrehalD. 2. bandy Beach Building (now known as bandy Beach tor. 3 Ball Diamond and Booth, 4. Boats, AEacb beach to be tendared separate). Tha highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A, W. DODOS,, Town Clerk, Carlyle, Saskatchewan. i ie-c NOTICES NOTICE UNDER THE PUBLIC HEALIH ACT. 1950 Nolle Is hereby given that regulations governing the location of cemeteries, making prov talon lor a portion of the ground for the burial of unclaimed bodies and the bodies of indigenla, the safe and speedy interment of the dead and disinterment of the dead, the conduct of funerals, and the transportation of dead bodies, have been approved by the Lieutenant Governor In mincli and ar publmhed In the baxkatchewan Gaa ue dated January 5, lb.32. Dated at Regina, Saxkafrhewsn, this eighth day of January, 1PV2. T. J. BENTLEY, Minister of Public Health. I-12-c NOTH E TO i R EDITORS In the matter of the Estate of WILLIAM DUNCAN late of the City of Saskatoon, in the Province of Saskatchewan. Carpenter, deceased. All claims against the above estate duly verified by Matutory Declaration, and with particulars and valuation of security held, if jny, must he sent to the undersigned before the 2th clay of february, A.D, DM2. John macklem, Barrister, etc.. 102 Metropolitan Building, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Solicitor for the Applicant for Administration 1-12-c-a BIRTHS RORV !() MH. AND MRS. EDWARD C Horvlg announce the birth of a son, January 9 at City Hospital. t l2 c DEATHS LEVALLEY THE DEATH OK LORNE . a uml 29r) Ht., W rcddent of Saskatoon and district since 1095 occurred in a Saskatoon hoMpila) cm January 10. The funeral service wili be held on Saturday, January 12 at 2 pm, from Me-Hague a Funeral Chapel, conducted bv Rev. G. Human Wilkie. Surviving are: One daughter, Mrs. Gtotge Ferguson of Knskatobn. Mr. LeValley esme from Nebraska to Saskatoon in Ift05. He became a member of the City Council in 1011 and DM2. Burls! will be made tn thg family plot in Wood law a f rmitrrv 1 1 2-c FUNERALS GALBRAITH THE FUNERAL fcKRYlCE of Jean Held Galbraith, who died on January 7, 1932, was held from the Chape! of the Saskatoon Funeral Home, Thursday, January 10 at 2 p m.t con-dut'ted by Hey. J, M. Young. Pall beareVa were: I. Clark, E, J. F.wlng, H. Nicked, C. W. March, R. J. Upper, E. Bowers. Reljekah funeral rites were conducted by member of the Re-hekah 1odae, with Marion Trovlllo, Noble Grand in charge, assisted by Mrs. Gladys Currie and Mrs. Elsie Siiwattky. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery, 1 12c ROWLEY THE FUNERAL SERVICE OF Alexander Nichnt KoGpv, who died on January 8, 1952, was held from the ( hapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home m January 9 at 21 am conducted by Rev. II. D. Joyce. Pallbearers were: F. Koets, Frank Hammil, j. Hammil, C. ,H eevena, H. Hanson, ail of Davidson. The committal service was conducted by JRv T Palmer and Interment took t pi nee in Path I son metc ry . I 12 CARDS OF THANKS WE WISH TO EXPRESS OUR 8INUKRE thanks and appreciation to Lr. Wait and to thou who offered sympathy and thoughtful kindnesaee In our recent bereavement. Etheiwya and Lorn ftumhn and girls., 1-12-c MR. AND MRS. JOHANN SON AND family wish to thank th many friends and retnUvvs for their kind expressions of aympathy and for the beautiful Bowers, Many thanks to Rev. Robert Hall and 1r. L B. tmpfell4 Hon. Capt. E W. McQuarrle, for their worda of comfort during the loss of our son. Thanks also to the soldier bove who took part, also to McKaguct Funeral Home for their k Imlnexx. 1 12-c IN MEM0RIAM JACOBS -IN LOVING TRIBUTE TO OUR darling mother, Clara, who passed array January 8. 3950, Two tonety years have drifted by. To apeak our thoughts wg will not try; One treasured gift we do retain. Her smiling eves fit a golden frame, A beautiful memory dearer than gold. Of a mother whose worth can never he told; To those who knew her, ail will knew How much w loat two yeara ago. Always remembered by daughter kitty, Grace and Sue, 111-4 WALDNEJW1V liOVINO MEMORY OF Joeeph J. Waklner who passed away Jan. 11, 243. Awav In the beautiful hills of Cod, By th valley of rest so fair. Sometime, sum day wo know not when, Vs wilt meet together there. Fver remembered and sadly missed by nW fe ancWamiJv. M2 p FUNERAL DIRECTORS McKAGUES LIMITED FUNERAL DIRECTORS Harry Mrkague, Manager 500 3rd Ave-, So, Phono 23131 atf SASKATOON FUNERAL EDWARDS J. IL Young Wiliam Pear MAKF.IAGK LICLXSLS MARRIAGE LKENafcb, G; WEDDING rings. $4 to LL Weirt, dock snt jewellery repairs. W extern Jewellers Ltd., 243 2nd A -, S. Kbn 2-Lo4. xti MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED' THE i home oi the famous fiiuebkd diamond engagement nog, btacey a Ltd. Jwe4 cr, 102 2nd Ac, at the a.go of Die modern aidewadt ciock. rtf FLORISTS MARRIOTT'S SASKATOON M'Bd.HT, 110 2nd Are- N. Fhon 233UO. Flower. for ad octtiKHM. Nureery, Hi. 22 JOT We grow ad t lowers we sell. xtl MULLAHS FLOWER SHOP AND GREiAHUtSLS 214 21t Street, EL Fhon Dav 7777 Night 7775 H PERSONAL F LORlr CUT FLOW I RS WEDDING BjUUTS FUNERAL TRIBUTES atf AMAZING GUARANTEE GIVE FREE nylon if hose runs or snags wttiun: period up to two month. Mm a hcwiery guarantee for fad year. Men and women make steady earnings writing orders full or part-time. Money or experience unnecessary We de-live collect. Write for FREE sates1 kit. Duro-Test, Hamilton, Out. I U-c-i FRANK J. DOW DING, KRHS. FLOR .STEADY WORK, GOOD PROFITS OR a VE OPFViATIMTRTTrFTwfArr Everything ft. floral &. hu.tjer. U . product. Phone "for rrr epp, Eaton's on 21 at Street. 22-145, night 270 - 22732. Phone lU VICTORIA NURSERY OCRS. . McAL lister. Mis L. Gold). Cut flowers, funeral design. wedding bouquets 203 2nd Ave., bo. Ph. 2MM4. Nary. Ph. 74d8 THE HOSE BOWL Phong 6653 tor ' Flower tor alt ocra-stuns funeral design, wedding bouquets. -132 20th Street, west, two doors west of Roxy Theatre. xtf MONUMENTS 5a LOVE S GREATEST GIFT. REM KM-hranre 100 designed memorials to select from at Western Granite A Marble Co., 714 2nd Ave- north, Phong 6305. atf LOST AND FOUND ldhtdkc. si, with grey fur. MAN'S HAT, JbLU Phong 401H41. I-14-o LOHTKEY CASE CONTAINING KEYS, light brown hand too lad. Reward. fhonajWOh.L 1-1 ip TRICYCLE FOUND IN DISTRICT around Broadway and 6th Street. Owner may have same by identifying and paying for ad. Phone 2 JHt. 1-1 4-e LOST LADYS BCRTMAR WATCH, Wednetuiny morning on Pleasant Ft tit bus. between Pleavant HU) and 2nd Avenue. Phong 7117. 1-12-c LOST WOMAN'S BLACK -LEATHER, U-ft hand glove, lined, on 2lrd St , Im-tweep Ave. A and trolley clock, phone 9JU9N. 1-1 2-e LUST BLACK WALLET ALONGSIDE or behind Mothers Bakery. Reward Phone 3054. 1-1 4c LOST MONDAY PM.. WEDDING ring, about, the Saskatoon Hardware or Eaton's, Reward. Phone 291$. 1-JJ-c LOST MAN if BROWN LEATHER FUR. lined, left band glove. Phone 7309. 11 4-p LOST ABOUT THREE WEEKS AGO. f Hy Park, man's skate. Reward. Phone ?0h. I 14 LOST LADY'S GOLD BULOVA WRISTT watch in Safeway or parking kt, 2nd Ave, 'To Ellen from Gordon' engraved on back. Reward. Phong Gordon Davey. Ashdowns. 1-14-p MALE HELP WANTED 12 BOYS NEEDED FOR AFTERNOON and evening pin setting. J tngard's Bowtadrome. tf EXPERIENCED MECHANIC FOR GEN-eral Motors dealership. Modern shop, good working conditions and good wage. Interview will b arranged. Edaon Motor Co Ltd., Edaon, Ainerta. 1-I.Vc TOBACCO MANUFACTURER Requires Sales Representative to make headquarters at North Battieford, Saak. Applicant must not be over JO years of age and mut ponsesa late model car. bituation pays salary and expenses, plus depreciation allowance on car. Experience an asset but not essential as thorough training la given on the lob. This is an excellent opportunity for keen, alert, young man to start on auccese-ful sales career. For appointment contact; c, jr. carvie Bessbormigh Motel, January 10, 21, 12. Auditorium Hotel, Rattieford, January 14 and 13 or writ Box 167C Star-Phoenix. 1-19-c REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY AS LOCAL branch manager of large concern, aggressive man 30 to 40 yeara of age Substantial starting salary. Must be keenly interested in advancement and able to handle office routine and sales staff. Local applicants given first pref-eience. Apply Box 1450 Star-Phoenix 1-12-c Attention! Experienced Service Station Operators To those Interested In moving to the Pacific Coast, Major Oil Company has several good gallonage stations for jrioe tn Vancouver and vicinity. If Interested please write Box 1442 Star-Phoenix, giving axe, experience and financial statu in first letter. 1 144J WANTED EXPERIENCED RULING machine operator. Sask, Govt. Priming Company, Regina, Sask. l-ltke MECHANIC WANTED Must have experience to service and overhaul General Motors products and John Deere tractors. State age, past experience and marital status, first letter. Steady employment. FRANK SOT SKI, NOKOM13, SASK. SKRVICR MANAGER FOR GENMIAL Motors garage in central Alberta town. For Interview and detail write to Box 1449 Star-Phoenix. 1-l.Vc The Public Service of Canada Require A FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEER $3,580 - $G,180 for the Civil Defence Fir Service lN,H. A W.) at Ottawa Details amt application forma at your nearest Civil ervc fommlnmon Office. AUo at National Employment Offices and Post offices, 1-12-c WANTED AUTOMOTIVE PARTS aaiesmart to resulg in Melfort, working Meiforl terrHory. Must, have whole, sale or retail experience. Heplv stating experience, age and education to Hog 400, Melfort, bask. 1-13-e SALES MANAGER REQUIRED Married min with experience In direct tn consumer aatea. to train for position oi sales manager. Apply H. J. SWAV SU McMiLLAN BUTLDING 114 WANTED FIRST CXASS HARDWARE man lie large hardware In town of 5oo 1. lying accommodation max be obtained Fay com mensurat to man a aMMty. References essential. Box 1444 5 tar-Fhoehi . 1-13-p SASKATOON CITT HOSPITAL Requires ENGINEER'S HELPER Salary $13313 per month, 'if fa poftteKfo) v4 vaUd Third tta Sta tkmary KhgHneer paper, starting rate will be 173 per month. 44-hmir week, trlt Wave and super-nnuatiusi benefits. Forward appih uuotit to Ikationai. slk ice VHUkH AU. M j9 i i ih iimtoox smrHoiiMf, MALE HELP WANTED I Z ttaabaardl INSURANCE GENERAL AGENT life or accident ! Young aggregate and health salesman required be i large America a atx vient and health company. Must be capsule of hand- ling arid developing own field force, batary piua direct end overriding (wnmliuoA. Boa IfM btgr-Fboemx. j.j7- j i ONE FULL TIME FtVK.SGKR BOY, steatfy employment. Apply CA.R. Telegraph, 2nd Ave. I-l-Gc MANAGER REQUIRED for the Choir-eland Consumer Co-f operative, position require thorough experience and proven anility m gen-feral store and bulk station operations, i Annual sales volume $U2,lkki Four I roomed house available at Fid per : month. Initial salary up to 6225 per month. Apply to MRS. F. HICKS, SECRETARY. CHOICELAMI CO-OP ASSOCIATION.1 IHOICELAND. SASK. 1-14 j A JOB FOR TWO MEN xtEADV WORK in city. Most of our men earn more than $100 weekly. Musi have car. Telephone 29414 after 5 p.m. 1124 WANTED TWO MEN CAPABLE OF operating the following municipal machinery; Caterpillar motor patrol No. 12 with dormor attachment (new 1951). no caterpillar tractor told. 4 yd. Im Tourneau scraper, blade grader. Apply stating experience, wages expected, before February I, 1952. R.M. of Terre li No. 101. Arthur K. Mum a, Sec.-Treas.. Spring Valley, Saak. 1-14-c MAN WITH MECHANICAL ABILITIES for village garage to do automotive, tractor and agricultural machinery repair work Mut be honest and interested. State ability in first letter to Box 1452 Star-Phoenix, 1-144 APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED BY THE Council of th Rural Municipality d Pleasant alley No. 2 AS for the position of secretary-treasurer. State experience, qualifications and salary expected. Duties to commence April 9. 1952. Applications tn be In the hands of thg undersigned bv February 6, 1152, A. Herman, Sec. -Treat., McGee. Sask. 1-1 4-c-s Commercial Refrigeration Salesman for large country and city territory. Salary and commission. Wonderful opportunity for active man. Our staff la aware of this ad. BOX 188C STAR PHOENIX 1-14-C SALESMAN Pharmacist preferred, to call on medical profession, druggists, hospitals. etc. Prairie Province. Give age. experience if anv, and starting salary expected. Goon opportunity fof advancement. Box 1441 Star-Phoentx, 1-12-c SALARIED SALES' POSITION OPEN Long established financial institution has a real opportunity forv a salesman who is annious to earn a substantial income. Continuous training will be provided to th man who has the aptitude and quallfUallons necessary. Age 27 to 4a, preferably married, and resident of Saskatoon district for several years. If your present posit inn does not offer you the future you desire, reply giving full details aa to past business history- replies treated confidentially. BOX. 154C STAR PHOEMX 1-12-c WANTED A QUALIFIED SECRETARY treasurer for the Hudson Bay School Unit No. 52. Please state experience, salary wanted, accommodation needed, and pertinent details. Applications to be In by February 1st. 1952 and duties to begin bv February 15th, Applications to be sent to the Acting Secretary-Treasurer. K. EL Young, Hudson Hay, Saskatchewan. 1-1$ e WANTED EXPERIENCED TIRE VUIe ranlxer. Apply In fwrson at Stan Gordon and Co., Ltd. 2H 2,ird St., east. 1-24W WANTED A COMPOSITOR, OR AP prentice compositor, who would lit to complete training In modern, up-to-date printing shop. Writ stating experience, age etc, to Dowson .Printing, Medicine Hat, Alberta. 11. Vc NATIONAL CONCERN INTERESTED IN man, age 21-30, with accounting and selling experience. Bog lhC Star-Phoenix. 11 x-p ROAD PATROL OPERATOR FOR THE 1952 road building season. Plea stiite age, experience, rt-ferences. marital status, etc. In application. Successful applicant could he sent to operators school If required. A 11 applications to be postmarked not later than January 24. 1952, and should be sent to W7. A. Hliawich. JW.-Treas., B M. of W7lse Creek, No. 77, Cadillac, Bask. l-14c AGENTS WANTED 12a Qukkly expanding organisation In western Canada offer exceptional opportunity to honest, clean-living, hard-working salesmen and especially those with managerial capability Your past record must stand close invest! gat Km. No pikers piease, we want men who can takg yearly Income of 8000, $10,000 and $15,000 In their atride and are prepared to pour the effort and sweat into their business that these Incomes will demand. Car an essential. , Display of and briefing on products at Room 229, Be borough, on frtday, January li at 8 p tn. II2C CARNIVAL By Who fikid.iv, meur n. tzx AGENTS WANTED d aatiswtil I DANCED KHrf JOV WREN 1 FOU NO' n e way to earn up to S9?j 0 a wees, taking oinder fur one of the : fme4 madr-to-SMaaurg tailoring com Pamirs id the world. Vou U get rv fhH Um. Write u at oims for eo-Tpany great tree bample osfer and automatic Helling putn. Dept 112, Drew A. La t lie, BO. Boa 10a, Montreal, jue. MJ-c - - ; MONUMENT AGENT W ANTED TH ERE are hundreds of unmarked graves in Tour district. - Selling monuments is e good aaency. You can add a lot to your income. Writ Bog 20U1 a tar-; Pbomlt fetf information. atfi - - ... .senty- five years of age. Very interesting op portunity for Tight men. Apply B. Run nails. Besborough Hotel haturday or Sunday. l-l4- FEMALE HELP WANTED 15 GRADUATE NURSES OR MODERN hospital; usual holidays, etc.; salary Slvi per month plus maintenance; duties to commence Immediately, Apply to Mrs A. Madge Lunn. bee -tress., Monaomin Uniun Hospital Board. Mowwtniii, Faak. t W ANTED OFFICE GIRlTVoR LADIES wer store. Experience In shorthand and tv ping essential, and plesMint parsonabty to meet thg public, hteady position. Wages 613 per erk and up according to experience State actual experience In first letter ire own handwriting. Apply Boa 94C mar-Pbocmx. I-15-e WANTED EXPERIENCED SALES-lady for ladies wear stare. Also be assistant to the buyer, feteady position W axes $30 50 per week, according to experience State actual experience In first letter. Apply Box 0C Msr-Fboemx. 1-15-c WANTED REGISTERED NURkE FOR new io-bed hospital. Salary $16$ per nionth, plus full maimensnee. One Tnonths holiday with pay. plus statutory holidays. Duties to commence on or about Eebruary 15th. Daily bus and train connections to Saskatoon and Edmonton, friendly, active community, write or phone reverse. Matron, Union jHoapltal, Maidstone, btxk. l-16-c PRIVATE SECRETARY Svwd and ururarv in horthml ,nd typing en,nilal. Good oftir ailmlnli. trmor. M.rrMd or ingl. Kural background an aawt. Start Immediately or by arrangement. Due to expan-aum, require alao ONE COMPETENT STENOGRAPHER shorthand and typing essential; and ONE FILING CLERK-TYPIST APPLT SASKATCHEWAN FARMERS VNION, 202 AVENUE B, NORTH, SASKATOON M4-C WANTED GRADUATE NURSES FOR general duty in a fully modern 82-bed hospital, balary $180 per month (raised by FI every six momt) to a maximum of $2U0). We work a straight eight-hour day and a sU-dav week. Thirty dava holidays, ail statutory holidays and iwrlt days' HM'k leave with pay grained alter one year of service. Apply, Superintendent. tun ora Union Hospital, Camtra. baakatchewan. 1-ltt-t WANTED YOUNG LADY EXPERIENCED IN OFFICE WORK T, M. BALL LUMBER CO. 614 NINTH STREET PHONE 184 1-140 WANTED STENOGRAPHER, PR Inferably with some bookkeeping experience. Reply stating qualification, experience, salary expected, to Box 174C htar-Phoenlx, 1-13-0 EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED. Apply Sandv icb and Walfie Shop. 2.U 22nd St., east. 1-13-c REGISTERED NU REE FOR GENERAL duties, for 14bed hospital. Salary $155 per month, with full maintenance. One month's holidays with pay after first year. Write Dale L. Drechaler. Hudson Hay Union Hospital, Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan, 1-ltt-c 2 WAITRESSES WANTED Gem Cafe, Saskatoon l-U WANTED MIDDLE-AGED HOUSK-keeper to care fr invalid in modern city home Phone 4307 evenings. 1-I4e WANTED - TWO EXPERIENCED salesladies. Apply Helenca Style shop. 1-J4-C WANTED REGISTERED MRSB JOB Union Hospual. Salary $173 per month plus full maintenance. One months holidays with pav. Duties to begm as soon as possible. Please apply to Bcretary-Treaurer, Rabbit Lake, Mask. l-HI-e REC.ISTERED NURSE FOR 15-RED Hospital, Salary with full maintenance, $175. New, separate nurses' residence. Excellent transportation am! centrally located between Regina and Saskatoon. Write or phone Miss l Amundrud, Keg. N DavtdKon, Hask. MH-r SASKATOO.V CITT HOf-PITAI, Requires STENOGRAPHER GRADE 2 Salary $120-14ft per month, T'i-lrmir week. sk.k leave and sutersmtuatlon benefits. Forward application to NATIONAL FMPfjOYMEVT SERVICE ORDER NO. F-71 1-14-c EXPERIENCED WAITRESS WANTED. Apply at Log Cabin Inn. 1-14-c Dick Turner all tael? FEMALE HELP WANTED 11 ICmUm4i j EXPERIf Nt FD WAITRESS App.y Shasta Cafe, WANTED. 1-14-c EXPERIENCED CLERK WANTED. Apply bharxer a Store, 236 2otfc M., W. 1-14 DOM. HELP WANTED 13a vTaNTED YOUNG ToMAV , PREFER ably with previous experience, to filti poit art of housekeeper lor nb-bed modern hospital and nurses residence. ; Must live m, acation with pay 1, os per month after 6 month. Sick, leave 1 S days per month accumulative. baiary $1,929 per annum, less HMi fur maintenance. Uniforms supplied. Apply to Mtas J. M Morton. Matron, India Hospital, North Baitie-ftird, ha ek. 1-15-e STuhEiTEEPEft W ANTED. FAMILY OF 4, 2 ctuidren. Own room, 45 per month. Phone 2107$. !17-e RELIABLE WOMAN TO TAKE VlU i charge of home and two children for , Voting working couple. Phone 29211 between 9-12 and 1 5. 114 p chambTrm aid WANTED FOR Mol I ern rountrr hotel at ones. Good wages,! write or phone 4, Hotelowa, Mrs. il ! bam Link. !-17e WANTED HOUSLKE FPLH, M 1 DDLE ! aae preferred, a adults 3 working, i modern bungalow with most fosvrnl-) ences. Phone 21761. 1-16 p; WANTED elderly man cl1 v . Phong Phuemx. HOUR!- ktl PER, UNR. to cook lie. Farm near 29947. Box 196C Star-1 lltp FILLY FVFERIKMKD HOUKKEEPFR re)uired fr home with two adult. Abe to take full rharge. Good wages offered. Rhone 22727 mornings and afternoon. Box 197C Star-lbonlx. 1-1 Sc REI.IABLfc GiRL FOR LIGHT HOI b work, one child, for about three months, i arm girl preferred, $40 per month. Private room. 447 Ave. X. south. 1 1-Vc MALE SITS. WANTED M EXFERIKNCFD MAN WITH NEW panel and pickup truck dealrea position on contract, preferably In the city. Hut IUSC Star lhoenlx. l lt p FEMALE SITS. WANTED 13 tXrt.KIENCED SEA MSTRES3 IlEhlREsj liositton. Apply to VtcUM'la Buechter, Salt Lake, Sank. 1-DH YOUNG WOMAN WITH 2-YKAR-OLD child wishes domestic work in respectable home in or around haekatoon. State wag Apply Box J78C btar-Phoe-nix. 1-I2p WA NTKIN FULL-TLM K FOblTION AS clerk or cashier. Experienced la dry goods, hardware gnd groceries. Can supply references. Fhon 4905. 1-14-p tyfist! iiwifcH board operator with five years' experience, requires employment. M. Shep, 1616 20th Street, Wwl. 1 14-p EXPERIKNCFD BH)KKFEFER AND tvput requires position. Box 192C Star-Phoenix, 1 14-p eFferi e ncf d V int l i f s r r i s Tleam- ing or ironing by hour. Call 2977H. 112 p HITS. VTI. (Male-Female) IT EXPERIENCED YOUNG COUPLE HE-sire position of managing a hotel. Box 1 440 Star-Phoenix. 1-12-p TUADES, riCOEKKSIONB 21 Jenkins Floor Sanding Floor speciaHata, Free Estimates. Phone 22230 or 4k44. Lkensed. tf J. S. Burst Floor Sanding Linoleum and Tile Laying Fbon, 4471 U ARE YOU GOING TO HL II-U? GAI L CS. rement work, sidewalks, driveways, floor. . We have basement forma Carpenter work and alterations. B. & II. CONTRACTORS Fhon, 0840, 323 Av. R, aouth. xlO&l-C Moore-Smith & Co. Ltd. Wg service ail makes of Ranges, Refrlg erators. Washers, Tab! Appliances, etc. 247 ard Av., 6. Fhon 2026k xtf FOR YOUR PAINTING NEEDS PHONE KH9 for price that's right. 2 152- SEWING MAciilNK KEPaTrSALL makes of sewing machines promptly services by factory trained men. AU work guaranteed, charge reasonable. Phone or write Peerless Distributors Ltd. 610 Duchess. Pbeog $560. baskatoon, bask, tf CARPENTER WORK OF ALL TYPES; also kitchen cabinets, dona reasonable A. Foster. Fhon 6U663. M2-p V. McMILLAN Expert painting. Paper hanging. Ph. 7717 xt FEMALE INSTRUCTION 26 Opportunities for Women AMBITIOUS WOMEN WANTED Pleasant, steady, bigger earnings after learning Hairdressing and . Beauty Culture. Literature Free. Write MARVEL HAIRDRESSING SCHOOL 227 21,4 St., E., Satkcoon tf 23 TEACHER WANTED P OR INTERNED! ate room of Tnntallon 4-roomd village school. Salary $1,650 per annum. Duties to commence as soon a poMtibi. Appli raiWma to be in hy January 15th to F.. H. Leigh, Mec. - Trea., Tantnilon M), No. 949, Tantalhm. 6ak. 114 c THE BOARD OF THE KERROBERT SCHOOL UNIT NO. 44 require the aervlnea of g teacher or a study supervisor fur the Mm'bHti SchtHfL, to take charge immediately, Catholic preferred. lha school la situated seven miles southeast of th hamlet of Broedacres with an enrollment of 23. Teacher Salary Range 4i..oq 0 2.300, kccord ing to quallficaiKm. Study Supervisor Salary -$6.5d per day Apply, stating age. religion, rerflfl rate, f law ami oumier, to lh Secretary-Treasurer. Kerrcybert School Untt No. 44, Kemkert. Saskatchewan, or phone 163 on reverse. r 1 17-c BLAINE LAKE SCHOOL UNIT NO. 57 require v ice-principal for Bialn Lake ViiJaee Scnocd 5 roomat to take charge of grades 6 and 10, enrollment 29. mam subject to teach English, languages, 0-12 Applicants t have superior4 cert if irate or better. Salary schedule l effect. Duties to commence a nxm a poaatble and not later th February 4. Apply giving full pan oculars to G. M. Martin. Sec.-Trea. fi'aine Saskatchewan )-15-e THE BOARD OF THE KERROBERT I HlldOU UNIT SO. 44 require the eervlres of g tew her or a aiodr eupcrvieor for th Dear iflt Si hoed. This echoed 4a situated a mile northeast of the village of Rttvador, with an enrollment of 14. Duties to commence 1 ebruary 1. Teacher' Salary Range $1,50$ to 2.3(i0 accordmg to quailfiraorma. Huidy Super iauFa Salary A 60 per day. Apply mating age nd qualification tn the hecreta'y-1 reaaurrre, Kerrohert School Unit No. 44, Kerrobert, hav-kalchewan, eg phone 163 oa reverse. 1-174 WANTED 6 TEACHERS FOR 4wOEN-ment day arhoota cm Round Lax Indian Reserve. Tesrherege tiwhed. Satarle $i 700 upward. Civil hervire pension funn. Por further pertiruiar telephone 67040 or writ ta 637 Unh veraity Drive, Saskatoon. 1-1 2-p THE BIGGER SCHOOL UNIT NO. 56 require a teacher foe grail I t I, ViiUge of Ppringwater, tamnnett 19-Eaiary $1 MiO t 62 300. Apply t-mg quaiif mtoo. etc to L. G. Gd-man, .Secretary, fMggar, &ac 1 15-e TEAfldtR'7)R Sti DYVp7RVlm required for Iwrfkbd S.D. N. 1160. erne eiRrr. of Alton SmaJ enrollment. Tear herge or board avail-able Apviy R. H. Unr. Mr.. Nan ktooa i as, 303 Aremie Btig Saaaao A 14 PERSONAL WHEN Tut' SELECT TOUR DIAMOND engagement ring at Murphy a Jewellery More ft aaauree jrti of woquee Oonarn quality and evaYtdeare whkb mean to much Mi pride of owner amp. PRINTING Mail Onlers FrompUv Handled HOI oHRih-BOkTOS Ffltp LTD. Pbeu 2J458 3Z 3 22 ad 8tre. E U TRl bLRUCAL BELTS W specuiiLM ta acrurat fmmga wi ; Busses, all tvpt of surixtl btit. els) tse boaiery. Fbooe. rail or writ Mcbeagl A Marshall, Druggists. 160 2nd Ave W AS HER SFOR RENT i On Weekly or Montbiv B I kOOKE-i.VITH A CO . LTD. I 247 3rd Av South, Fbong 2026$ j xtf i YOU CAN SAVE pa your new fur coat bv trading tn your oid fur coat and receive a liberal i allowance a it, A choir of Canada best ur coats. Hollywood Furs and Ladies Htr, 129 bcood Avenue north Saskatoon. it JU-52 ' irs NOTO FAR to Fly Conwfi, You cs trad most aayibing pa arw or used piano, accord km or other musical instrument also have th new Easy bpiralator weshera, record plavera and other electric appliances. Budget terms are available, mi ar under no obligation jluat drop In for a chat. W are aJwfvf pleased to see you at KEN PKAktR MUblC A FUND CO 624 Broadway Fhou 8J464 xtf 1Ml LD YOU LIKE TO HAVE A beautiful orgaw for church or home Then writ tor folders on the New k lectronlc MmahalL katkttoon IMano House. 103 Hrd btreet, east, baskanxm. 1 It -chi Trusses, Surgical Supports Elastic Hosiery for ladies and men fitted by experienced flttsrg. FINDER b DRUG STORK Cor, 2un btreet and 2nd Ava., ftp. xU PLAIN done. fcFWING AND ALTERATIONS ihoiu? 5923. 1-12-c RUBBER STAMP'S, ETC. Mad In Saskatoon Fast Servica BOSK MARKING DKVICKS Ph. 5585 66 York Biilg-i baakatoon xtf MULTIGRAPHING Printing and mailing neerls Call MULT4GRAFH service Phone 45U3 Rosa Block, baskatoon atf QU l-K STARTING W1NTFR GASOLiNK. save two cents a gallon. Amber 40r, Ethyl 42c. Fulton's Service Matioo, corner Ave. C and 23rd bt., west. lll-c SEWING RUNE REASONABLY. RAVE C.V T. certtftcale. Lhona S7OT. 1-J2 ARTICLES FOR SALK 23 TRADE IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE AT the Hi-Grad New and Used Furniture, 417 20th Street, west. Phone 7612. xtf FRED R. KING THE OUTBOARD MOTOR MANH Outboard Motor New, Used, Rented New and used motors for sale from $50 up. Rales, Service Ave. A and 22nd Saskatoon For used radio. washers, electric stove, etc. Ail reconditioned, guaranteed. RECORD SHOP ELECTRIC SALES. tf YOUR OLD WATCH LS WORTH MORE money at Walter's. Trade-in watch sale now on. Liberal allow anrea made, MH order given prompt attention. Walter's Jewellery Store. Harrv Hotel Bidg , 20th Ht Wevt, SaMkaioon. xtf UNREDEEMED RADIOS, CAMERAS, Jewellery, musical Instruments, tools tor sale or could be redeemed if not aold, bharxar's Fawn Shop, 236 20th bt.. W X 1-26-52 e A Good election of COAL AND WOOD AND ELECTRIC RANGES At Give-Away Prices SASKATOON PROPANE GAS CO. 126 2nd Av N, Phone $63$ tf )NTARIO IUTKWHEAT HUNKY, gl'GAR cream butter, maple syrup, coffee, (trot cries, at lowest price. Fhon 5137, Rusaci JKoaebrugh, 266 2nd Avg. 1-12 p SEVERAL UbED FUR COATS FOR ante, good condition. Can be scan at Fashion Fur Co. 1-12-c CRESg FOKN SALVE FOR HU RE RE-lief. Your druggint sella Cress. 1-14-chi DOUBLE DECK K R WITlf AT! R KH? i:: buffet 16: 9 tube 16 Korresf, t roslry radio $10; lady's bicycla 7$. 114 33rd St., west. 1 12-p SELLING 175 BUSHEL TRUCTC GRAIN box. Cheap. 902 Ave. N, south. 1-14-p CLEARANCE URFD SEWING UA chines, electric and treadle model, ail reconditioned. Clearance prices, $17 50 and up. Mason hewing Ma hine Co,, 312 3rd Ave, aouth. Phone 23696. 1-14-c NEW fl.R A. 30 06 PORTING RIFLE 55 Cnoey .22 with Weaver acoi $25. Phone 22646 between 6,30-6. 1 14 p ,ON U ( . AM) DHAP-ery for sal, f'hone 21849, after 6 LU-c NORTHERN ator. $45. F.1.FC1 R 1C Phone 24UAO, RE H1GFR 1-12-r CREAM ENAMEL, OIL HI KNINfi. kitchen range, with warming cket. P xcelleftt rondition. Three barrel plus ho gal of oil included, bnap for rah. 1550 loth Ave. 1 14-c IOR HALE JEVLI BY STORE MX-turn. Wall cave, show car. display fixture, i register, aafe et. Afiplv Cramer Jewellery Ktore, Ikl gecfnd Ave.. wmth, havkaioon. 1 16-c TWO 750x20 TIMES AND ONE T1 ME and wheel. 1418 nth Ave., north. I 12-e EIGHT" RIRCK 1 I N ii ff KiM hi ' I T E, newer style Fhon 927. I 12c USED FURNITURE Dreer with plate glass mirror, atu-dent desk ami rhair. bkmde , finish, like new. May be seen at MODERN CABINETS 704 BROADWAY 1 144: LATE MODEL, HR. If OVEN MOIFAT electric rshqe. Excellent condition, VU Fhon Mij-V I-I.V khoehlVr CHEAT ER FIELD, CHINA eupnoard. kitchen ruiiurd. coal and wood range, FUter-Oueen. AU bought within two years, arbtftg cheap, leaving city. Fhon 24-7 after 6. 1-14-c MAS S ilR UNKI) C OAT. HI I T A BLT for driver or farmer. Ldv tettored Pal4 suit, hag to match, never worn, six 1 A. Several good black oresvea. reffonhte Fhung 2374 after 6. 1 14? ABOUT HALF ft'fUCK Mni R leather lined. f! biaea 7, 6. 9, 10, god 11 Mena horkey D 1 (! ! akatea O j Ladle whit heavy toatfc- f. Sia 3, 4 6 6, 7, 6 Ut'itv j Our Regular Lines Reduced ta 10 Bobhe Bauer, aim tier t irZL. $17,951 Fw U!uMrt-d CMtoru I fYV) otr of v4 uMn IT n4 and rp!-dL C I to Owing mi O I O ' " RAMP'S CYCLE AND SKATE COMPANY Saekatooe. I tosh , M2c MATfda FOR BALL, 3e FAR LB Ffcwne 2fiG4X . H p NEARLY NEW W FARES Mt yTAftTfR (L wliJn pfcc day 444 or 7CHK6 eamga Horn UHjr 7 ire f t 14 JHgRElNTHEVORtPi Ws- BIRD THAT BALANCES ITS EGG ON A BARE BRANCH? Th. world finest Usht rope ealk-rs bin Dothlnf os Vba ratrj Tara vba U cornu to a hlgblj devtloped aence o t balance. Cttltke any other luaowa bird, tha a bite fairy Tern, meat beaatllul and Immaculata mamba' of the tern family, Ufa Ita ag( oa a ban branch without any thought ol a protecUva naatt A few taka the precaution of choosing a crotch of a limb or tha groove formed by tea parallel branches, fist many aaam to defy gravity, and you wonder bow loot tba egg could remain there u a light wind should -e. Theae Jap lovebird,1 a they were called by eervtce personnel ta the Feci Ac during World War II, balance their egg ky remaining oa them eonatantly the body and feather of the Incubating bird holding ft In plaoe. Whoa there la a chant cf shift to relieve tha bird oa duty, tha returning mat take over with tba least passible motion and loss of time a Juggling act that is amaslng to watch whan you eoet-alder that on wrong move oa th part of either bird would aend th agg tumbling to Ita doom from it pre carious perch 1 CeevrMM. tKt, Saw V ark BaratS Tit, tea ha THANKS: Jean Lett. Peterses, N. i. Seed hi veer tetr t -Wfcer la The WarM. tan t thia aewapapea. ARTICLES FOR SALE 6ostiss41 25 CHINA UABINFT $.16; GRAM APHONIC $15, 1rfrer $)S 50; washer $41 dinrti f. W accept trarte-lna. Terms avakP able Brandt a Furniture $34 3rd Avt., north. 1-I5- FOR UN I Y $, M A N H A LUrWCH )L TOP? cat Jvuxtleiu coxidiUtMu pbong 75.V1. 1-14 p tHKSTKHFim) ONLY, WINE VLLOUR, gocMi springs, snap '2fi; radio, tsblo ttHMip) $16. Terms, (hiid'a y'urnitur, corner 1st Ave. and 2Hrd 6t. 112 c cmsHTi fTImf Tr w m iTB ka utir l tick I Mb, $25. flannaleti blankeix, $6X0 pwtr cnnvforter $7 35 each. Terms hlkis Furniture, corner is t At, and 2.ird M. 11 Js FOR 6A1 K - FAIRBANKS MORE model H3S-250, 110 volt A.C., 2.0tki watt output lighting plant, in gxx1 running order, with extra parts and antifreeze. Battery or crank starting. Reason for aeiUng. poer Un coming in. Box 1457 htar-Phnenix. 1-15-c T W 0L A Ti ESHEA i' iFTa MBUOAIhT atpe 16-1$. Cheap for cash. 4U3 Ave. n, aoulh. I 14 p A LM (VsT N t; W wTk A rICT Ts E T MU sale. Phone 22213. tHavg btmght An-tiwqat ateeli. 1 H r iatoViirER cIhemt eh ffi l i7rH f a r , good condition. Phone 742 a fur 6. 1 12 r ELEt THOHUMK AIR CONDJTlON f R. like hw. ldt for offke or antis. Phone 20!5ff. 1 lip KODAK tUi CAMERA, 10U Fast lake Ave. $55. 51, N LLSO.N. II4P FOR K A LE L A RLE AM) walnut ateel bedNtead, rxceiient condition. 714 32nd htreet. I 15 p AUCTION SALK Evrnr sati ;(iat Held Inside, 319 Ave, H, South Good bought and aold Free valuation, VIRGIL ROSE Auctioneer l.icenae Ke. 36 PHONE 21622 1 12 c HOI SkiiOU) 5256. FI HM'I UHfe. PHONE 1-16 c ONE FRENCH HEAL COAT, SIZE 14, one coney, alre 12, At condithm. Cheap, Phone 20634. 1 14 c t hiniTHdinnfr skt p or hiiht! invely pattern, 79.50: mid chesterfield chair. $14. "Jerma. ChtMa $'urnttmef corner 1st A, and 2 ird M, 112 c R.C.A. Flexi-FIoor and Wall-Flex Th Aristocrat of Floors la Rubber, Twenty-eight beautiful colors to choose from. us shew vow saipplt in your own horns. W. H. CLEVELAND LUMBER CO. LTD. 120 Av. A, South. Fhon ft&k$ 1-12-c a ttllJiWAlL FRILIDAIMK; McfTJtRY coal and wood range: late model washing machines win 2 piece chestetheid suite, oak easy chair. Toronto twh, kttrhen tabi and fiv chairs. Hot water from. Fhon PU40. 1 14 p ITRMIIUE Zorn KXFIMT UFHOLST ERING SHOP IN your own home. P re states and sample shown in your own bmu for recovering or modernixmg lounge, chesterfield, rhaira, tireakfsat nook, etc. Th be in 1 le vrmtfoet and durshiIMv. Fefimshing nd repairs to ail furniture. ( r tiiholter1ng another reciaJty . FU It urwttuf biora. Fhon 6057, M MXt AKTICI.KH WAXTKU 2 (I ik i-i house oi.n c;,Li). WAiuri Jw.ll.r., Barry Hm,l Bulldin. juf Highest Prices Paid for mans used suits, evcrcosts. Fhon 445T xtf II IL 1 1 Eh r FfUCLd PAID 3 OH MOU!H"J hold furniture, sewing machines or anything of value, Fhofie 7725. 227 Ave C, south. N. ft feawkkl. tf HOUSEHOLD FUKNJTuiTi BOUGHT and sold. Cite becond gtore, 14 Avenue A, aouth. Fhon 707. xtf B EHTW' RH uFpaIi rpiTn HOUHEfKlLD furnitute Fix-It Furniture btare. Fhon 6057. 212 Av. C, eauh. nf WANTED NEW INC MAUMINES, make or style. Ring 5 ht2 firet. ANY xtf WILL BUY TO! H FNTlRflG HOU9EIICH-D furniture from bg bswmrm f the attic fur stw- cash, Ttophn Hanna a f urn It tire- 4s44 . x i f K mH ENC'JS in k TWAN T LdTYt & 21W54 I 12 P Wants tw haTTy W r aTho. fed or win rhe-kterfelfl ? ilte. ii burner heater, chrome (stii and chain rbai tody. I'hfinr 22161 day time, e evening niv. 1 17-g WANT 4 DSYAftfr D H AO I A N K," W t HT be la good mwiiikm, sun 7-14 ton track, deal preferred, f.lw W and phot tt KiMfiihto xrheg replying Box l4rA 1-17 p WANT, tl rci"RKNWTf4 BCY-f'fdl. topaibig light xtorHksir, Fhon 1 I4-S A'4i p -t.rxiD I'knne 577, WHITE POTATOES 1-14-C WANTED GOOD 4JUAUTY, (HI) mtrva rearnah U Ceh Box ISIC Ktar-Fhoentx. tf DIVINO BOOM hUTTIt IN new rondiUMW. A J 4oerttea, N IS. Dalmeny, Eak. 1-U p MtftlCAIi INHTKUMKXTS tfia WiU 6TORK Ff AND IN WIO fONtd-lam, for Ba wm. Bos 214, Hanley, kaak. LlVp WA VTED F JR T CLASS VIOLIN. FX L lAC htr FhMFenix. l iVp FlUHl oak" PIANO RHDNmr KiNEn thnwihwjf (,vd tw 4 H7&. Cdierd and C Of toed. ) Broadway. I ID OLD Yn 7 ON ft 'WpTP A DI Va"p ft JV i mnp rwf $23. Meodoits L4. 114 3 '-4 i - CL I AP

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