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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

H:_ --_ ¿ SPECIAL NOTICE! 1 FOR YOUR MODERN HOME PLANS I consult j _ ERIC.G. SATCHELL _ I Specialist in Modern Home Design. . I j CUMBERLAND AND STATION RDS., CABRAMATTA j ADVICE COSTS NOTHING. j =}TIME FOR A QUICK ONE AT HOSFORD'S RAILWAY HOTEL, LIVERPOOL Right at the Station, LIVERPOOL HOSFORD'S - THE HOUSE OF HOSPITALITY 11 LIVERPOOL ""WE YOURSELF S51 SERVICE «MODERN CARS wi'h or IQ without drivers L ^ Daily or Weekly Hiring I .:' *.\" . i\ . M . A . Cuve-rayé Moderate Charges T* LIVERPOOL -sAIVE YOURSELF SERVICE 141 Macquarie Street Phone UB7661 ITC Rb A. Newcombe's «OXTON PARK STORE Big New Stocks GROCERIES SMALLGOODS CONFECTIONERY « HARDWARE CHILDREN'S LUNCHES JHmtl the needs of the Farmer and ???j the Motorist )36 Size;' UNGER SEWING MACHINES ' 4 NEW PORTABLE ELECTRIC MACHINES AVAILABLE FOB 6/6" EARLY DELIVERY. Trade-in your old Singer Drophead. SËNTALS 19/6 ELECTRIC and TREADLE Machines RENTED for two weeks or longer . periods, only EPAIRS GENUINE NEW PARTS. Expert Workmansh...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

! WOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE I ~ rr j YOUR PORTRAIT TAKEN. i 4Bà j; Call and make an appointment BL Î AINSWORTH \JS* ! - STUDIOS L^fBll cu. ( NOW AT 8 SCOn ST., LIVERPOOL j || (Right at Railway) 'jj jj Also 53 Bathurst Street. Phone Liv. 150 ^mmmm P. D. S. HO; Producers' Co-op. Distributing Society M^BM LIVERPOOL BRANCH. PHONE UB7211 LJ For Dairy Proátuce, Grains. Groceries, Merchandise, I^oultrui^|T 1 Requisites. * Mil Y Agents for Howard Rotary Hoes, etc. "Cap-it-all" Poultry! 1 i Accerrories. "Macquarie" Electric Brooders. "Multiiploi'| ' Incubators, Brooders, etc. * MOD , "ALLOWRIE" CHEESE IS AUSTRALIA'S D " BEST ?_ * _ _ai\rrr E. F. COOPER _2 FOR GROCERIES, HARDWARE, SMALLWOODS CAKES, DRINKS. ICE CREAM AND PRODUCE ]If\\ CANDLES, SALT, SOAP, HERRINGS IN TOM ATC SAUCE, GLASS CUPS AND SAUCERS, and TUMBLERS. I CREAM AND STONE PAINT, half gallon and 1 gallon tuisfcoCE I c I 27 HILL STREET, CABRAMATTA. Phone UB 1693 I CHI ll the j RONEFF TRADERS -- SERVICES DISPOSALS SPECIALISTS : UB103...

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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE At its last monthly meeting, held in the School of Arts, under the chairman' ship of President A, H, Murray, Liver- pool Chamber of Commerce was urged in a letter from Secretary G. P. Morrow to consider the appointment of a full time salaried secretary, lt was decided to defer decision until Mr Morrow was able to be present. In response to an invitation from Liverpool R.S.L., the President will place the Chamber's wreath on the memorial at the Dawn Service on Anzac Day. A delegation of one from the Country Women's Association conferred with the executive of the Chamber prior to the meeting and as a result, a motion was later carried that the officer-in-charge at Liverpool Police Station, as well as t'he Commissioner of Police, be re- quested to supply increased Police Super- vision of the environs of the railway station, with particular attention to the undesirables who commit nuisances in the vicinity of the bus waiting-shed. After a lengthy discussion of the ho...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 22 April 1948

RETURN THANKS Mr. and Mrs. R. BROWN of the Radio Hospital, Hargreaves Park desire to sincerely thank all kind friends and neighbours for their expressions of   sympathy in the very sad loss of     their beautiful son Billy-boy. IN MEMORIAM COUPER—In loving memory of our   dear son and brother, John, who passed away 20th April, 1946. We will always remember. Inserted by his mother, brothers   and sisters.

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MOTOR CYCLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

MOTOR CYCLE CLUB On the programme of the Southern Districts M.C.C. for Sunday next. Stay 2nd, will bs a social tour to Moss Vale Fitzroy Falls, across to K. ama and home along the coast road. This is a very pleasant trip and all members are ad- vised to come along complete wi'ch pas- ? sengers and have an enjoyable day. The party will leave Liverpool at approxi- mately 8 a.m. from tha meeting place opposite OolLngwood Hotel. A steady speed will be set to suit everyone's machine, and members are advised to take lunch. Hot wa'.er will be provided. On Monday last, member George Mitchell competed in thc Whynstanes T.T. George's motor didn't seem to be dcing all it cóu)A but his cornering se- cured bim two third' places. We feel that when George gets down to that motor In earnest we will be hearing further of him. .'? Don't forget ... if you are interested in motor cycling, contact th's club. We are out to help all new and aspiring riders.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

Mäm ^ourself J As M fdrrii as Tomorrow, 'his Theatre presents a Weekly Chan ye of I'ro</ramiiu\ commcuc iiuj Every Saturday Session Times: Saturdays and Holidays at 1.30 and 7.40. Week-days at 7.45. For Reservations Ring UU1415 except- ing Saturdays and Holidays. This SATURDAY to FRIDAY, May 1st to 7th Betty Grable, Dan Daley in "Mother Wore Tights In Tech. <G) Also Zachary Scott in "Her Kind of Man" (A) UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT The FRUIT AND VEGETABLE Busbies* and Milk Bar previously con- ducted by Mr. Spier» OPPOSITE TnÉ PROTEA THEATRE has been purchased by TINYOW BROS. "HONESTY MEANS VALUE-Our Sincerity Means Your Security.' i FOR IRRITATING COUGHS, USE MURRAYS BRONCHITIS MIXTURE It's antiseptic, yet soothing. Price 2 6 per bottle from A. T. MURRAY, M PS. City Price Chemist Phone: UB7642 LIVERPOOL BAILEY'S GENERAL STORES 204 CANLEY VALE ROAD CANLEY HEIGHTS 132 HUMPHRIES ROAD, ST. JOHN'S PARK ? ENGLISH 21 -PIECE ? COIR MATTING Y"rd 3/11 TEASETS 59/11 27 inch wide...

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CORRESPONDENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

CORRESPONDENCE To the Residents, Cabramatta-Canley Vale. I cannot leave the district, after re- siding here for 20 years, without ex- pressing my appreciation of the many friendships which I have made during that period. To all those who have consistently supported me during my period of ser- vice with the local Council, I take this opportunity of expressing my sincere, j »tha,nk:s Mr their loyall*/ and under- j ' standing of the many problems which ', have presented themselves over the years. I I must also thank the many organisa- tions in the District for their courtesy and co-operation. May they continue to function! sucLessJ'ull; (, contribut r;,g as in the past to the advancement of the , ! Municipality and the general well-being I of all its citizens. I To all, thank you and au revoir. I i ALBERT E. ADAMS. ¡ Canley Heights, 28th April, 1948. I

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CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

CANLEY HEIGHTS CALLING By "Olympus" Not satisfied wnîî'ITs old recurring. mpJnr:9, Mac Campbell had to get a very s:re po soned hand recently. How- ever, ac time of going to press we're fie ai: tl to say the patient is progressing favourably. Miss Rosa Norris cf Cambridg? Road, is spending a short holiday at the sea- side. Work is proceeding in Ferngrove Road and we hope that Council will swing the plant, material and labour round the corner to Murphy's Bridge to save j expense by taking it away and bringing it back again. Don't forget the Albert Adams testi- monial in Cabra-Vale Council Cham- bers tomorrow night, Friday, April 30. It commences ail 8 j^.m. sharp and Canley Heights should be well repre- sented . I We extend our sympathy; to Edd'e Horton. Phil Ryan's right-hand man,' in the recent loss of his brother. Chin fi), son. There's always sr.meone tc help. Rumour has it that the Heights is to have a schoci, in addition to the kinder- garten. Qu te a good -e-orescntation from ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOCKEY [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

HOCKEY Last Saturday was the official open- ing of Metropolitan Hockey (Season, arid also Moorebairk-Lryerpool Club's entry into first grade hockey. It was a big day for this Club, but not too big for the lads to show the prowess for which they are noted. They defeated j-Randwick, one of the strongest teams in the competition, which includes in- terstate and Indian representatives, such players as Alexandria, Chisholm, Lelando. Wilcox, Fred Smith and other well-known stars. The play was very ' even throughout. The hockey brains of, ! Randwick had the lads in difficulty at i times but they rose to the occasion and ran out winners two goals to one. K. 1 Worth ard R. Goldfinch scored for the winners, and A. Delando the losers. The play was of a high standard, every one played his part, and there was not a semblance of selfish play, which speaks volumes fer their sportsmanship and I liam combination. 1 Mr. Condon of Newington College, a j noted hockey coach, his 'volunteered i his servi...

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SPEEDBOATING [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

SPEEDBOATING Well, after last week-end's perform- ! ity, status, and eminence of the Liver ity. status, and eminence of the Liver- pool water-speedsters. Garageman Fat Cullen won the B j Grade Championship by hundreds ol yards at Port Hacking on Saturday. It was such a runaway victory that he forwent the trophy. "Boy" Fullagher, with his brand new Mcrcury-enginer Lady Eve, carried off his class Championship first time up. This is a good boat and is going to bs often in the news. We were represented at the big Pen- rith meet on Monday (5000 attended to enjoy the thrills) by Fa't Cullen. Charlie Seal, Boy Fullagher and Geoff Haerse. Geoff, driping* his fr.cq'uatic rocket I;mut, won the 4-mile A Class point rccre from Alf Jones' Gee Whizz. In the 4-miles Ladies' Championship. Jack New's Jacko was driven by fiancee Betty Osborne who tied fer first with Mrs. Walker in Firefly. E Grade 4-mile was won by J. Hat- field's M ss Doris wich Alf Walker's Fire- fly runner-up. The A class flying m...

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CASULA CHATTER [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

CASULA CHATTER The Hon. ard Mrs. Jim Dooley have returned heme after a few weeks, spent in Sydney with Mrs. Dooley's mother. Miss Heather Leacock is a'c present cn hcl.days. Both Heather and her sis- ter Wendy are very keen Polo-Crosse players. A Euchre Party is to be held in the Casula Hall on Saturday evening, May 1st, in aid cf tie newly-transferred Church cf England. Mit|k Eeryl iSiubbs of Valentine's Stcre celebrated her 18th birthday with a quiet little party at her home on 26th April. Many Happy Returns Beryl. Mary Happy Returns to Mr. Jim Eoclty, who aUc celebrated his birth- day cn 26th April. A very comical and happy evening wa; had ty all Club members who at- tended the Casula Social Club "Back to Childhood" night last Tuesday. Mr. J. Valentine intends going to Erisfcane fer a few cays cn Friday morn- ing .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

i TESTIMONIAL to Fx Aid. and Mr« A. E. ADAMS Cabra-Vaie Council Chamber* TO-MORROW FRIDAY, APRIL 30T 1948 at 8 pm. Under the auspices of Canley Heigh'.s Progress Association in cor junction with Cabramatta ? Canley Va'e Municipal Council, a Public Testimonial will be presented to ex-Aid. and Mrs. A E.. Adams. S.bsc ibing members, member of local crgsnisations, znd th* public gene ally are invited. 1 THE MECCA OF THE ' DISCERNING CORNES' CROSSROADS HOTEL AU Roads Lead to The Crossroads Come to the Crossroads for a Good Drink .well served. Phone. Liv. 194 J. Comes. Llcencee PROTEA THEATR1 CABRAMATTA Friday abd Saturday April 30. May 1. Night 7.45, Matinee1 4 Desire Me" (A) starring Greer Garson. Plus: "Tahiti Nights" (G) with rave O'Brien, Carole Matthe Wednesday, 5th May "Hit the Ice" (G) » with Abbott and Costello. Plus ; "Honeymoon Ahead" (G . with Allen Jones and Grace McDo-l .. Ccming: "Bush Xmas," "Mother \\* Tights," "This Time for Keeps." GREENS MODERN JEWELLERS for j EXQUISIT...

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LETTERS TO COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

I LETTERS TO COUNCIL j5phe following correspondence was re- I ^ed and dealt with at last week's j feting of Liverpool Council. IJhief Electrical Engineer for Railways. «?ter of 13th April regarding interrup- ts to power supply. Advising that as Í"m 1st April until 30th September, erruption of power supply be neces i'téd by station plant shortage. As far practicable, interruptions will be Lited to 10 minutes' duration, to meet ? requirements of poultry farmers in :ir hatching operations, lt is pointed i that, as interruptions are limited to j$ 10 minutes duration, there will be PjSce as many as if the duration had An the normal 20 minutes. KMiniitcr lor Lands (through Hon. J. pcGirr). Letter of 2nd April regarding wmetery, Mulgoa ard Orange Grove Rd. §|at'ng that th3 Dipartment had bien ¡Hvised, December 1S46, 'chat Council §ms to confer with the Church author- ities regarding submission of a pro rosal. Not been practicable to give fur Bjtr consideration pend'ng submission of nroposa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

.1r*" special Announcement FRED. MARSHALL TOCK AND STATION AGENT, BUSINESS AGENT AUCTIONEER-REAL ESTATE MOORE STREET wishes td* announce the OPENING OF A LIVERPOOL BRANCH ls the result of numerous requests to sell local properties BRING ALL PARTICULARS OF YOUR PROPERTIES TO FRED MARSHALL Phones: UB7837 or Camden 342 HE HAS THE BUYERS Mr. J. Forbes will be acting for Fred Marshall until such time es the Branch is fully established. POULTRY FARMERS! it Bring Your Poultry to F¿ ed Marshall. TOP PRICES Every Wednesday. Equal to or better than Sydney.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

THE HOTEL MAINSBRIDGE | Thc Main Hotel in the Main Street of «ur of Hie Main Towns of thc South j Our Main Advantages ... , HOT AND COLD WATER IN EVERY ROOM SPACIOUS DINING ROOM AND LOUNGES ] Guests receive Best of Attention. Telephone UU7S40 j yt_ . . _ _ E. TULLY fPeilow of Real Estate Institute-P.R.E.I.) STOCK, STATION AND ESTATE AGENT AUCTIONEER «piciallsts hi Beal Estale and Property management Stock Sales, ll a.m. Every Saturday. TULLY'S STOCKYARDS RIGHT AT STATION, LIVERPOOL. Phone UB7847 SHAWS PHARMACY 193 Macquarie Street, Liverpool For Accurate Dispensing. Toilet -Preparations. <¿iíls and Novelties. W. H. BURGESS For Your Convenience: The Little Shop Round the Corner CUMBERLAND STREET, CABRAMATTA if Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. Soft Drinks, Ice Cream and Confectionery. New Milk Bar. Groceries, Cakes and Pastry. Freah Smallgoodg of quality. JOINERY. A. H. SAXON JOINERY. Fairfield Joinery Work«, 63 Sackville Street, Fairfield Distinctive Designs. Orders Promptly Ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

.«QÜALTTY" ¡ Our Motto j THE ! CHOICEST FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Only K. BILLETT Scott St., LIVERPOOL WHEELERS Meadow Lea MARGARINE 1/7 !b ENAMEL TEA POTS 8/3 SAVORY BISCUITS '! Ib. )2 ._ 1/5: Cream and Green CANISTERS £1/7/11 MILLER'S DELICATES AN Scott St. (opp. Fire Station) LIVERPOOL For All Your Snaallgood« ~4r Dressed Poultry a Specialty Phone UB7838 JUST INSIDE THE GATES HARGREAVES PARK ; TURNBULL & GREAD FAMILY BUTCHERS "QUAUTY" OUR MOTTO '! Why Travel Farther and Far« .\J Worse > WANTED. Dfeknonds, O' I Gold, Cut Glass, Antiques,! for spot cash. GREEN'S, I the Jewellers, Liverpool.! Telephone UB7810. J SAFEGUARD YOUR EYES! LATEST OPTICAL EQUIPMENT FOR MODERN EYE SERVICE consult C. T. LORENZ (Western Suburbs) Pty. Ltdl 285 CHURCH STREET, PARRAMATTA, and at AUBURN YOU USE A *J'^J£| WHEN IN A HURRY FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE, Phöne UB 7880 BLACK AND WHITE DAY AND NIGHT Weddings, Parties, Funeral», etc. a Specialty. i . - KEEP YOUR SPIRITS UP! Despite the temporary Beer Shor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

Regal THEATRE, LIVERPOOL Phone: UB7608 ".Vuek-níüiU actions commence 7.30 p.m. Fnuay and Saturday, 6.15 p.m. Saturday Matinee, 1.30 p.m. Failure to notify if not coming oy per- manent reserve holders cancels reserves. MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY May 3. 4. 5 al 7.30 Australia's Screen Classic "BUSH CHRISTMAS'' (G) Starring Chips Rafferty and i ID 'crimina! cast. Herc is rofi-eslrny cnlcrtaiunu-nt, fnl! of rxcilcmeni and fun. A^s<;r';it ? Al ractiuu: Mi'tro-fjuldwvn's dramatic triuninh. "LADY JN THE LAKE" Featuring Lloyd Nolan and R o] ) : r! A J < ; j rt j¡> < m ter y THUFSHAY. FRIDAY and ! SATURDAY < M av r>. 7. and 8. J A Programm» any Theatre any- where would feel proud to present Tvv ^'-ir \'t,.' ?? Two F.m-1 I'lvii" and l;(('-inI- Parker ]?> 'heir Vi and ,rv utcsl screen ;«chicvenien1 . "MCVFP SAY GOODBYE" Second Atl rael ion Sydney ( j reen si ree . I'tier Lorre in "THE VERDICT" Saturday Matinee "Orphan of the Wilderness" a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

\»Jones\ DRYCLEANERS Liverpool: MISS BOUGH, 187 Macquarie Street Cabramatta : «1rs. GERAGHTY, opp. Ballway Station WOOD COFFILL Limited I FUNERAL DIRECTORS ! Telephone: UB7623 DONT FORGET MOTHERS' DAY Give her a nice comfy LOUNGE SUITE EASY TERMS and up to 2 YEARS TO PAY GEO. PURDUE Complete Home Furnishers 97 ARGYLE STREET (Opposite Parramatta Station) I Also 150 CHURCH ST., 1 PARRAMATTA J Phone UW9075 THE PARK CAKE SHOP an<i CONFECTIONERY HARGREAVES PARK (R. D. LUTZE, Proprietor) , For Home-baked Cakes, Pastries, Pies, etc. j Wedding and! Birthday Cakes a Spedalt/f Only the best ingrediente used. I Orders taken for Picnics, Socials, and other functions. Phone Liv. 21. i FOR LOVELY HANDS alway« ute RAYMUR HAND CREAM 1/- a bottle MURRAY'S PHARMACY Liverpool. Tel. UB7642 Guardians of Your Precious Sight I. CRAWFORD Pty. Ltd. 23 George Street, Parramatta 1 (Opp. Court House) OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS UW8998 * N. R. M. A. * LIVERPOOL District Depot M Barrett's COLLINGWOOD G...

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YOUR OWN HOME [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

YOUR OWN HOME Parramatta - Granville, Cabramatta. ' Fairfield and Liverpool Group and Co- operative Building Societies have al- ready advanced £ 1,250,000 to home builders and home buyers. The terminating Co-operative Build- ing Societies, which ls new in the past ten years, have advanced over £40 mil- lion, is now recognlsedtas the best method of home finance in Australia. The Societies, which are truly co- operative, provide loans of 100 per cent of the total value up to £1250, 90 per cent up to £1540 and 80 per cent up to £2240 of the house and land. Interest ls only 4 per cent. Home plans and specifications are provided for home- builders from £2/12/6. Legal fees aro two-thirds of the scale cost and repay- ments are much less than rent and ar» spread over 22 2/3 years. Being a Co- operative Society no one makes a profit out of the Societies' operations and the Group, which ls the largest in Australia, has exceptionally low overhead costs. ~ The Societies are supervised by thr Oo...

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GOLF ASSOCIATES [Newspaper Article] — The Leader — 29 April 1948

GOLF ASSOCIATES The event on Wednesday was a stroke round, and the trophy was donated by Mrs. G. Brewer. The winner was Mrs. Andrews who had a net 74. The runner up was Mrs. Watts with a nett 80. The weather on Saturday was perfect and for once there was no wind to blow the bails around. No excuses at all. The competition was 18 holes v par, players being allowed to choose their own part- ners. The event was won by Miss Shir tey Williams who finished ,2 Mown.' Runners-up were Miss Molly Wych, 4 down and Miss Sullivan 6 down. Miss Wych reduced her handicap 4 strokes, which brings her down to 32. There was a mixed Canadian four- some on Sunday, and the winners were Miss Betty Battye (28) and Mr. G. Tay- lor (7) who had a net 68, Runners-up were Miss D. Sullivan (20) and Mr. J. Stewart, nett 69, Mr. .and Mrs. Keith Longton, nett 69. Associates and friends arc congratulating Miss Betty Kershlfef or. her engagement, which has just been announced.

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