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RAILWAY REGRADING. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
RAILWAY RE(IRAD ING. -- + .\ l l l lO N 'I tit' IIl' i Ile ' I Fool l.i' ly iol ncil il ) .\ lllt l y 1hi1 it 'lle t'l wi'tis 1Il' d l'tl0I .\1 \'. .llllwari'hl g, .aill toI II, i res in?lC f o llsthI'hnn4"i, n Irl'gIS "din)ll illo III survey \Ilt i'l \\w ih ll'l \ s hi lII Infri' t ti ll Iby Il h1 ' II lil ily 1) parllit llili ill Nicholson streetol, s ,h l si y in co ivion witZih I,1' i'gradin· wr '.11111 Nll0N l N II' li' Ist ' n l' O gltllling l hose I1%\ il N t ( ( t itlll' N 'N N ill Nl SSINII? NH .ll , Th oinl, hi1' Ih( ,lls \s ·," y work, :n11 d also unclolih? 1ti l n; reprinhl coi ey r r'tltld illng illhs r1,gradiI \\11 111'a'trried orl( by ( it It:Illway tI'lll lsshloners. The letter rend as followsi - '7/7/1 I. Is Ison ll, 1V's NllCo .te 'Mayor,, ('Ity Nif i"ootsN l'N y. nhi,-1 to to draw ylour llllontioln to ileN' fatl IhiNl. (INttlllr g N last 'rt-i Nilht, s5tll ey work i Nles Mon Inll inll rl N Io t 11 11, h netil ' Nay IparINNn'Nt I l nllNlNiot ii with titiN riN' tN l...
INFANTRY FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
INFA NTRY FOOTBALL. ]a st Saturday, (f(itl 'ilata i y I|lle lhe 7PStil ():?,?>lu n IlilhIh' onl the 11l I'i", grIunnd. nI A.col Vl'ale, and a fIst., o en gaml e, fill o1f i'Xel it I nttlI andl interest right llt till the last lllllilln , reIal llle in i11 xt'1i for m the w torr:--ItI![ll, i ? alis 1:i ihelinds; th. I gals I" hb hils.. f;,nal-k(il' .rs Ior tl1) were: .NI .Lony i_1. Pr'fo,l'. 1),)w neI , n tid ,lli 'erso . h st('( ila rs ( 'f'.' i'' li h w'ore: (' . 'llias, ' Ilrson, .]l ly11 11l1dl .1[1'(l' v ,n. 'Plhls eompletes lhse 11rst 'roun (home nu?lll aw ) nlmatches The 66th play a semi-final at Royal Park to-day.
ANNUAL CINDERELLA [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
ANNUAL C-CINDERELLA Ii~ill~. I Ii~e' ntl Ilucl ' i sodt o held fits 'fe \,ltt u~llull iv ('~eIdtlldl of .1.c t1h IF't(Itrn'tl ITu (oill Wt'dnesdtIl nght.i ITh gJ.l Ieri' was it , ' ld the I Iii tots weret vely itichl eniloyt'd by ail. TLhe mtusic' tittotigloiu the oven lug wasi nicuely 'ender''td bytv 1rdot'dtu' stiring itttit. .111, Liherty. lhe truno or ty1sle'y. 110t ItIlt Itlised to. at tend. so teverlyOlt was eter to .see' hitt. 'flin tlt" 'I IL(.d o l Ct, altcd t, na bits OVtmnltO. ~ Itsoie tiett' in us yt~ lvii luiu ithe neto' fewto das visit to httttsl etdttuit tee tw tlhim; it lit it. ''Ilo til-tyte.' __________
ELECTRICITY. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
ELEUTRICIaY. Ul?'EI INT'; Dl NT' .1. EORI'T. A. te ll mj uIuetiin ofl' (III. l'oota.rnly ClI.'nIIll on Monday, Mr. Uitrmlody, til elect lrlc l I suuj rillti lltend nI, . Halh ulltid . alt ort l rlort ou tLhi coslt of oiiiplell lug fli electrile llight Sc('lihe o, Plle 'ol roll'o xiinil e c)al., a imou.ftl to C1271/10/, )but hil,- (djoI Io rerueent lioulse colllmc llnous anid flite coat. of 50(0 ni?tl's low ?un order. Fullowiiig ture thl dettil.la: I.T. c.l ble andt laylIug of ulnto .. .. .. .. .. i5 0 0 0 T'r lil.iorieor. , .. . .. . 2141 10 U'.T. Uitlch glour alid h'unb d , I . .. ... . ... IfO . O Increasing mains in Youth and Middle Wards 250 o 0 Section A.L. Fuses 10 0 0 £1271 .lu 0 "Thle IigI (tnualon cable has been boruowed from (thl .\tilbourllle Cil. Coouicil, nllti (ic w\uitrk of tla)yiig sa?luc will lte pt'uceeded w iil as uuou Is Il'rdleL l'ol' tfnlc , Ill Dt)h-alilr'l i1llld "Thu cost to build a iaggoi sutll ahle fr u conivy l uellll of e?l lnllt inllt turil will ,Ihi ia...
ST. GEORGE'S THEATRE. YARRAVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
ST. GI.EOtC?O S l'I.?.'-IE.TnE. lY.LTER.X1'ILLE.I L tine oproduction that at-ttho pro. Sont moment is croneating a great deal of interest In this country, "The Worker," will- be shown at. St. George's 'Thoeateo to-night for the last tlimle. It is a thrilling two-rool drama 4doealing with labor and capital, and has good polints for both parties. Other tilms are: "Unral Demon" and "From out the Flood." On Monday the,: world's most famous acrobats and gymnasts, the Flying Gordons, starl. their seaon., 'rlhese sensational por fo'lnllu'r Iare tl only coullllally of nern bats at present doing the remarknlable triple bar act. A full progrlamml of star pictures will aecomIpalny this act.
POWER CHARGES. PROPOSED REDUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
POWER CHARGES. I(OLO'US? lD II.IDU;C''TION, ''he followinlg coilllunulcltionis wvere r'cetild ,by tlie F'oothcray (Couicil on ,lounday fromll the iadjoillnig iunnli eliplilty of Port Melbouruc. "The I'orl. .MelHolirue Council lihave adopted a reduced trif'l f'or lower cilirges, to colie into force oi Ist October next. On the strength of this it is their lu.utioln to wllt; oll tie C'ity Elelctri uppll. wi\ lli r eIoqesi for a reduction in the bulk stliiulyl rlto for poweru. BIut It J1 fell. that in joint dleputlltion ?riill l'ootlcraiy, BrunswicI aind ['ort 3elbourleii wotuld have a be(tler lffect, iIid thatl. tile tline for thl? is Iow' opportune, VWill. our Electrie Supply Coniniltteeo, a 'bcing (lll elly's bel,. custonler, lake tlie led'i III tlle tnillter and arriangeo for it Joillil, delpulti olln for tine olbjectl slilt edl is soonl nas ossible." Cri. P'enrce aild 1t would ibe lildvis able to move In the inintelr unlll Ilie expielts lit presenl. engiige in i lil work of conlsld...
PICTURE THEATRES. VICTOR THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
PIOTURE THEATRES. VICTOR THEA'TRE. "Thu Worker," a bonutiful picture now being shown, la causing favorable cominient, and will contlnuo to be screened until Saturday, On Mlondiy, Tuesday and Wefdnesday next, the great Sollg, "Itoporter Jinmmy Inor venls," will be shown, and on Tlurs dny "'ln the Ilainds of Klu Klux Klan" will ob shooled, a tlillilling fun turo picture, depleting "thu whilo cnlis," a sequel to theo Anmerican Civl Ii co.ujunction wilih liLxt Tuesday's plictures,. the pupils of tlo Clarence Sisturs will alppoer In their latust duinces; ialso thl two Nl's, by spoclil Te'xas Tomllum danlet.- The bonuty roequest, will ippelr in Tlngo and comllpotitn, which Is .so kcouly bolug coitested, will cotillinue next weeok, whou tho whole of the 4?I conitailtinits will 'bo showvL each oeveling, so that piitrouli of the **Victor" nro being us piclilly well cntured for.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
SPECIAL NOTICES. DENTIST I,, T. Gough hAS RE1MOVED TO -Corner of Hopkins & Nicholson Sts. (Over Shaw e, Giocero. P. E. SAINSBURY, L. D. S. By Exam:u. lMelb. Univereit Dental Surgeon S Leeds Street, Footscray. GOLD INLAYS, CROWNS, BRIDGES & Dr. R. J. Fullerton, (Late of BOedig.) May be consulted at his residence "Stratford," 38 Geelong Road, r ootsoray. Hours-8 till 10 a in. Si till 8 pmn. Yarraville 2 to 3. Or by Appointment. Telephone-No. 433 Footscray Exchange. Miss. I. SMITH, COSTUMIERE, 85 Charles Street, Footsoray (End of Victoria street) Country Customers Special Attention. Latest Styles. George E. Edwards, Painter, Paperhanger, Grainer and Signwriter. wishes to notify that lie has taken over tl:e business formerly carried on by S. MI. Kerr at Nicholson St., Footsaray, (opposite McKelvoybe). Workmanship Guarantead. Glass (All sizes in stock) Paints and Palper hanging at town plriccs. WHYPAY RENT On Easy Terms iS in anylpart of the district, or .',' [any suburb,...
GUILD OF PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
GUILD OF PLAY. The Commiittee of the Guild of 'tI y, in at communiiIetion| to the couhcll ut MoioIday lust, roequested the Iu0 of Ihe 'Towtn IItll for ai lecture on pilygrounds for chld'tlr'ei L n Augustl 7, or 11, by Dr. J. Birreott. On the motion of 'Crs. I'Peirce andl .t'Doutihdl (he cowuuimtlluittton *i'ias i -o ferred to the UnItersity Extou?lion .Lectures Clommlttee to nnkeo thue nocessary arrangeoinuts. The (utild .also asked that -the In-t spectloil of thle Sillnpsounstreet le-o nove 'as 'it plalyg'round for chihld'ren be arrangel for 11,30 the followlng mlorning, Cr. Shillhttheor: ,'iur o'clock 'hltur tilly afteriloolin would be?st ult (he utJoi'rit'. of ,cou iclllo l tt. Dr. F'iolditng? 'Cr. Fitoldiug:'I ctnuot sany. Cr. Stillttboor: Of course not; you're& itch t a bgusy ullan. The ,proposal wais agreed to.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
The recently-foried Yarraville Pro gross Association requested thle Ioot ýeraly 'Councll on .Moinday Inst.,to ro crlvo I deputltilon to discuss the ques tion of improving the Yarraville Gar tdenls at Hyde-stroot, and it was do cided to hear their views on jMondnay evniRng noext at 8,30 o'clock. heo problem thant the Associntion has lin hand Is a difflcult oio indeed. 'Ph'ei Yinravllle Gardens, at one time, was a fine nroa, andi nlthough lhe trees llherein were not; of lthe 'ost, still, nuch li mght linve 'beeI donoe by tile use of a little money and lbralns-tlh litter a)rticularly. However, the lack of braini and lthe wantvl of an lntelli geKnt: inerest In the10 nnn11ipill)ay by tllose i wo shlonld I teoro.esl lienlmolvos ill the mnttor has nbout settled the anrCl or, at least, portion of it. Thlnt portion is now nothinli botter.than n (lilarry hlole, niild tl1e colditlions are so l;ad tlint the DTeliIrtiolint of 1,llads thI'nli tlened solile Illonlths igo to ro voke Ihe grianit giv...
CORRESPONDENCE. FOOTSCRAY DISTRICT CRECHE COMMITTEE. TO the Editor of "Advertiser." [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
CORRES PONDENCE. FOOTSCRAY DI STIICT CRECHI-E COM'M1T''EhI. . TO the Elditor of, "Advertiser." Slr,--May 1 ppoeal, through your, columns, to the workliug mothers in Footscray nud surrounding distrlcts for ill assurnoce of their needs in the ostettblishbmeut of a ýcrocllo In Foot scra., ,My committee desire a prancllcal proof, as some of our local tresideots consider that there is on demand for such an institutioi, A word or a letter' to the undersigned will do much to help this movelolnt.--Yours truly, J. LEY, IHon. Secretary, Geelong-road,
HARRY LAUDER. AT THE KING'S THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
I, BR? V ILA D I',R. a --- · AT' Tln KING'S THIIIA'I'RL. larry Intllcer, the renownll d Scot ch colnmediHan, comlnlmenced short; s5eason0 ofII eight nights and two Imtinees on Thurs day list, wlhIn he was greetied with at crowded house. His songs and jokes kept the utldienco in I simmer If laugh tel' througholut the levening, ail1nd his recleption wIas a mosLt cordial one. ) n addition to the stari , conmpany lf I itler national artists - Horace Shehlon (mlusi cal director), Jack Ark (Dliabolo exlpert), Selwyn IDriver (p1iano humlllor ist), Ernest Sewell (living marionettes), Irene liercseny (Ilungariiin cymbllist), the threF IIlssans (acrobatic wire artists), and ,Miss Kitty Ryan (balladist), provided an entertaining first part. 'lhe tideav:llt e .A l(cllle Allloleic (' 110', l'who tted ; it theiri liii, ilith t they were ; ,elf-sIuppolring clul, and i('t g d ll? it I -1 l , ingle i.ll ll., eIC., Ih i (,I" ll II l II' I ir ly eltiel il i I 1-1 111 tll, . 1 , I t l(; I "I ( I'll ii ...
PROGRESSIVE PROPOSAL. SUGGESTED HARBOR TRUST TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
PRO6R?ESSIVE PROPOSAL. SUt.GGEIT~'['I,,?I IIDHA1iiO TR.ST' Iooltsettl'tl8 iis ligtte St' itt t1 he i tte-i 1I\I'ed1 \lll'lq~sll. 1`ll" lhi,~( ('.\|tqll~(pl'llo I 11" hi ll' g, [t l ;1 tillti'l'ii' I LI iillll1l' , vive-1 111~( proposal ofl the Glelb1)Our HarI he'rll ,Trult la rln ll el e I ri c Il( nVt hilwa il I lll't wll ' ihe ti t t ats disitilt'U t tl Sllllltt' t'o lsidttrt lh I tit tIt'o, li lt' tiiijt t )oiJlsti 0? 'lt''/(1' ttt it't t'l' n s'~I tit'lit'tti(1 i) Nl tl-itt' Itti'st'lt'lt s tltri'i, t ah t t'hty lattl oh \'ha ril'f. f h ~'s, Imlloyl \ ;ll h(,o \str\' I'\ s ellul tl l, llppill tlllaLh ttnt tIallt' lllatl t t I tl c? nt.lll t'ttl'l e I IIt to co tstlrati' tlll ',liv b ti 'l' 'ulisi', t rld llgdi'es HIat'o, pll'orssed stu f''t. ha( lthe Ital ' l lieletsin ltl ]liIS b nl.t , :lls ed it g i\' ll ntatiolnils flor ll1t .up lily o l" eh ll'etr lt 'l ltl', I 'lnlldlrllm lt power'?l-hll?tis IIowl inl courllSte (f c.onl Sl' lic't h ion lt ,N1 wp\'l , iilid ai l l'lec eilpl...
UNMADE STREETS. AND RIGHTS-OF-WAY. MAKING OF SAME ESTIMATED TO COST £93,123. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
UN2MADE STREETS. .1ND RI G T1-U1'\VAY. 1MAKING UP1 S\MI31 ESTIMATTED TO COST £03,123. lMr. .yinlu, city ellginleer, sub ulitted L lls r'eport. onl Ihe cutiuatled cost of imaking (tic uInilnldo streetsL Sland rights-of-way ill th(110 lnllliCeiitlity to the cotncill on aiundtty last. The reportll s its folluows:- P'ubllc strcclt (north ward) .... " ,, £ 0t,ii2Z 0 L'Public stlrcts (utiddle Wiu'tl) ..... 1,050 1 0 /'ufllic h?l 'o (soutlh \\artl) .. .. .. .. .1,815 I) 0 Total ........ £3,570 0 0 P'rivatie strccts (orth w'lrd) ..... .. £0,050 0 0 ltights-of-waly (eorth ward) .......... 4,483 0 0 L'rivate streets (nlddle wtrd) .. . . ... 3,u' 0 0 Private streets (south ward) . , . .... , 1,670 0 ltights-of-way (south ward) :....., .. 10,550. 0 0 Total ....... .. £53,55 0 0 or i total for all nluitldo strooets and riglhts-of-wity of £)3,123. If' it Is desired t0'proceed with the work, It will Ibo.teessa'ry to providei llans, etc., for the work. Cr. Pearce: Ahnom! 'Cr..Johnson: It woitld be ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
If it's a GOOD PAIR Of SHOES youare looking for, Call at 'SWANN'S Corneroi SHOE STORES. NICHOLSON & BARKLY STS. They will Serve you Well. And at Swan Street, Richmond; (iO Puckle Street, Mooneu Ponds ; 371 Syduoy uoad, Brunbwick. Punshon & Co.'s Sale Now Proceeding 7 lb. Bags S.R. Flour 1/1 i.( lb. tags S9.lt. Flour 2/ "Champlgnons (Mushrooms) 1/3 tin Broken Date and Currant Biscuits, 3lb. I/ (ood Chutney, 6d bottle Seeded Raisin., 5id Ib Bargains in Crockery, Ironmongery, and Electro Ware. 8 See Sale Bills. r You will a New Suit and an Overcoat for the Winter and you cannot do better than let W. J. McCANN, PRACTICAL TAILOR, Measure you. He has a Choice Selection , of the Season's Goods which you will il be pleased with. His Address Is 33 PAISLEY STREET, (Next Footscray Club) - - Ladles' Costumes a Speciality.-- ave you tried STEWART S 8 WIalt IiwBo eadm C. i It isDelicious. Try one to-day. Splendid Cure for Indigestion. 11 rice 3d per loaf. i -4V`4 -- -IL A M ]LO 11...
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
PROGRESS ASSOCIATiON. l'lle Wetl. I'oolt.lcray Progress Asso ciltioll held a special meeting to elect trustees to deal with purchase of land, which the associlation has decided upon In Blirkly\streel. So pleased are the members with thlie Idea of having it hall erected that ii subscriptlon list wtis opened, and, llllongt a few nelll olrs )Iprete'nt, £20 was quilckly sub scriitd, and furlther Ilromlses have since colme in. At the general meet ilg several new memlbers were elect ed. .'lembers (lecided upon holding a concert. anld social in about a mollitlh's I1line, alld progra'Lmme arranllgemelltS were left: I ii the halnds of aI conceirt colmllittee. Members expressed thelll selves pleased atll. arly-street being lighed up with oelectric llmps, whlich make a great. IInli'roveleit., to ii street which was previously dreary looking, especially during wet weather, 'I'The fine crossing that has been constructed into HI-ocking-street is also greatly aippreciated.
FOOTSCRAY DISPENSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
FOUTSGRAY DISPENSARY. Th'll sixtieth half-yearly report andt bitltiei.sihellut of the :Footet'iay U.F1.i. Dispieos?lry, presented at the half yearly oeetling of dolegates on Ilst night week, provided Inhrustinug rCad lng to membetrs of local' friendly souleties. A refl'ornc to the dtash tl ttitetellnt, fI'r thle lilfyear shows tnhat the total reclltsb-with an ansumsuejut orf 1/8 for Umale tuneubors alid lwdows with childroon, ind' .1/3 for single women-were. £:l801tt/5/U; which in eludes tho credit balance froit Ipro vious hltifyour of £10)2/7/-. 'The ex plonditure for sa?we period was .01I/.I18/I1, ieaving It credit ballnce of £331/il/1, to carry forward to next half-year. In rogard to thle 'building tecountll cish 8tlatollel, thUe to11101111 I'cceived by way of rout of shop un;ll old disllensltry, was £130,. Tile various itemlls of oexplunditre, whicIl iclutdes C;l/3/(t iterest on overdraft, atllnounl edI to £t)2/.1/-l . which loaves it debit baulanuol of £1803/.t1l/t to that acco...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
SPECIlAL NOTICS., IIUiliUi lt i ll l itllllitli illllll Iligh-rade STAILORING to Measure Our Stock of ) Suitings Is exten ) ive and we will Strive to please the most Fastid ious, _ Tel. 346 F'oy. M4.J ULDOON o 1 ONicholson S.tfootscrao il 12o Nicholson Street, Footscray. ( (next National Bank) Alex. Doherty ha l oplenucd as Confectioner and Paatrycook Tobaccos, Cigars ald Gigarettes. Soft Drinka .' Pastry Fresh Daily. SW. G. SHEPHERD SCATERER, S"Roseville," 85 Paisley Street, SFoutacray. Crockery andl Uatering Requisites on hire. Tendurs for Weddingi Breikfaato, Banquets, SSocials,Garden Parties, PicnicB, Smoke Nights to, U -to-date Plant, Bost roconinendations, STnders any district. Plhon, 278 Footacray. The State Savings Bank ol Victoria. (Uuaranteed by the Government of Victoria) A branch of The State Savings Bank is nw open at SUNSHINE. Thmr o who are' already depositors in the State Savings ]3ank may have their accounto transferred to this Branchl, which will entitle them to wi...
PALTRY VANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
PALTRY VANDAL. Arimed with a glis trtttini ins'ru .ldividut l ii 11d a ? . idealln,- 110nt' of danulge to V1an1lilh 'lh i-glass shop wi'dii 'ws, in | t 4 i't i duringllll * thle week. Thait iiiymune could hit so the scorinlg l 1' t . e 11 1al i?5?lhl s, (s" ]lill lyt v I hl mr(.|l ry stlnll hl l sl,- hl,, ,hnt ott' Messrs. (t' li nd 1 0(1 1 ., i NIl'hlil sun'stretr . Ii,'oviId s T7,.?(inltol." to Ilie existe?c') I of sI ich a ;l I'si, ?antl d II Is' to lie hot ,tlll. i'' Iliuh sA??l lll 01 11' it heels. 'hr a n,' ( 10t I.',1,, mn d Co."s, Windows is oi nl1i'ltt at f lII, whist Bros.. Ba'lni 'tre w eek l'lh l enll|el; \I1'. T. i T. l i1.:. ?5h ?lis: 111 Ii ". lulir he('cl tdoron' . 1ii. 1 .r nod) inl(eer. Detective olltdln Inm thIl, ma1ntl(r in hand, atnd an rrelst ln?y sh?orl13 be offectedtl.
TEA MEETING. FOOTSCRAY HALL, BUCKLEY-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser — 1 August 1914
TEA MEETING. & VOOTSCRA. Y IIALL, BUCKLEY STRIICET. TiLh allnnual tOea mooting in connuc Lion wit thi e above b'unday school 1and i the distrlbiitliou of prizes won dur lug tlh y.ear, took place on Saturday last. At i 1 lp.m. (lih hcholart antdown to tile good thingls irovided, and after having done iusllce to the full the Ihll wais cllered. ShorL anud iiupreLsLsive iaddresses \were deliveretd by a linin uer of tipenikeris frolll other districts, tnd at notaible featuillre was t0.l excel lent belihviour of Ihe scholars, which wNas highly lpoken of by all present. lThe followlug is a list of prize-win nlers flor tile year euding Juuc 30th: IO.YS--Yoing Alern' Chlass:-John Douglas, Archie Jack, Rtobert lHodgart. liairly HIart, Robert Ilogarth, James Anlderoin, I,.\ASS 2:--Janes Jack, Andrew \Villiam son. ULASS 3;-Arthur T'atc.hell, llugh Chat;rles.; c-J.A'SS 4I:--.olhn Tyrell. tLAASS 5:--.tllhn Jack, Al. lioberts, Knlilnlih Titlclhell, Edwin Butler. L.\AS' (:;-B-rlt Willilisol...