The Beaverton enterprise. (Beaverton, Or.) 1927-1951, January 30, 1948, Image 8

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    • CUE BALL
THE ONE . . .
THAT PICKS 'EM OFF
tÀe.
GETTING THE RANGE
ta si untar
A ro u g h a n d re a d y n ew c o m er In
in te rc o lle g ia te
c o n fe re n c e
play,
from th e v alley a re a . Is L ew is an d
C lark college, o u t on S. W. P a la n -
tln e H ill ro ad , now In Its seco n d
y ea r of th e N o rth w e st loop b a s­
k etb all play.
H a n d ic a p p e d by its g y m n a siu m
facilities, la s t y ea r, L-C s till f in ­
ished s ix th in le a g u e s ta n d in g s.
T his y ea r, w ith n ew g ym o pen an d
In use a t th e school, th e P io n e e rs
a re s till In th e lo w e r d ivision. B u t
th ey a r e n o t d o w n h e a rte d . T h e y
d u b th e se f ir s t y e a rs o f r e f e r ­
ence play a s m o re o r less d e d ic a t­
ed to g e ttin g th e ran g e .
C o ach J o e H u s to n h a d a la rg e
p a r t o f la s t y e a r ’s sq u a d on h a n d
for th e 1947-48 seaso n , b u t It ta k e s
m o re th a n one y e a r ’s b a c k lo g to
c ra sh th e f ir s t d iv isio n o f th is
fa st-m o v in g leag u e.
L a s t y e a r, Bob P o lla rd , 6’6” c e n ­
te r m a d e a ll-c o n fe re n c e se lec tio n
on th e m y th ic a l te a m .
M ore I m p o r ta n t, of co u rse, th a n
leag u e s ta n d in g s is th e s p ir it o f
L ew is a n d C lark , p a r tic u la rly in
Its role a s a C o m m u n ity In flu en ce.
D u rin g th e Ju st c o n c lu d in g d riv e
fo r polio fu n d s, th e school h a s
show ed a d m ira b le a c tiv ity . I t h a s
w h o le h e a rte d ly Joined In th e f ig h t
a g a in s t polio o th e r th a n a t th e
tim e of th e a n n u a l c a m p a ig n , as
well.
T h e college sw im m in g pool, o f­
fered to y o u n g g ro u p s in
th e
M u ltn o m ah a r e a fo r s u m m e r re ­
c re a tio n , Is also tu r n e d o v e r to
yo u n g p o lio v ic tim s.
W a te r
Is
d ra in e d to th e d e s ire d sh a llo w ­
ness a n d th e y o u n g s te rs a r e g iv ­
en th e o p p o r tu n ity
to
ex e rc ise
th e ir b o d ies by sp la s h in g a r o u n J .
W a tc h fo r th e d e v e lo p m e n t of
th is sm a ll school w ith th e r e m a r k ­
able g r a s p on th e Im p o rta n c e of
a college a s p a r t o f th e c o m m u n ­
ity It occu p ies.
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RALEIGH HILLS GROCERY
QUALITY GROCERIES and MEATS
EAHM FRESH VEGETABLES AND FROZEN FOODS
Bertho-Beoverton Highway at Scholls Ferry Road
C H e rry 2 1 8 9
O p en Sunday»
LAND S U R V E Y IN G
and
Construction Layout
PAUL D. BOUTWELL
Registered Lan d Surveyor
Phone Scholls 8361
Rt. 1, Box 705, Beaverton, Ore.
5 Miles West o f Progress
CANYON ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO.
P S IV A T S LIN KS IN ST A L L E D . . .
l«S8 S. W. Kks iin e
P o r tla n d
E.
B.
M EN ER A I. E L E C T R IC A L IN ST A L L A T IO N
B le d . (A t d r i v e n )
I, O re re n
Phene
F L IT C R A E T
Accordion
B E eeen
MM
Lessons
AND STUDY TOO>
Private Instruction For Beginners and Advanced Students
By— DICK KOKICH
ACCORDIONS RENTED TO STUDENTS
RECORDINGS MADE— SHEET MUSIC
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The West Slope Accordion Studio
(lanyon mid How ett Hoad
9040 S. W. Canyon Road
f
Beaverton, Ore.
Hours 10 a. m. to 6 p. m.
BR. 4702
O. R. NICHOLSON & SON
Dealer in SCRAP IRON
Batteries,
Radiators,
Brass, Aluminum, Copper
Lead ond Zinc
Ph o n e;
NIMRODS DON'T LIKE IT
A m o n g prop o sed d ecisio n s re a c h e d
a t th e la te s t O reg o n s ta te g am e
co m m issio n
d e lib e ra tio n s,
is a
c h a n g e In fish in g re g u la tio n s th a t
d e fin ite ly d o esn ’t sit too w ell w ith
m a n y fish e rm e n . T h e n ew
ru le
b a n s u se of m u ltip le b la d e d sp in ­
n e r s an d , so s ta r tlin g w a s th e
e d ic t, n im ro d s by th e h u n d re d s
h a v e c e rtifie d th e ir p r o te s ts by
s ig n in g p e titio n s fo r a r e ta k e on
th e situ a tio n .
F is h e rm e n w ho sw e a r by lu re s
w ith m o re th a n on e se t of ho o k s,
o r s p in n e rs w ith m o re t h a n one
b lad e, a re g e ttin g u p on th e ir h ig h
h o rse s an d d ec la im in g so m e r a t h ­
e r u n c o m p lim e n ta ry r e m a r k s In
r e g a rd to th e w hole se t-u p o f th e
g a m e com m ission.
T h e y p o in t o u t th a t fis h in g th e
b ig g e r riv e rs w ith th e n ew g e a r
th a t th e co m m issio n h a s In m in d
w ill m e an b ig g er, f a tt e r c h u b s a n d
less tr o u t in a se a so n ’s c a tc h .
A nd, sin ce th e y p ay th e ir lic en se
fees a n d a re lik ew ise re g u la te d
a s to b a g lim its, th e y sh o u t, w ith
so m e fo rce an d Ju stific a tio n , "d is­
c r im in a tio n ”.
A lso Incensed by th e su g g e stio n ,
fish in g ta c k le jo b b e rs h a v e led th e
p r o te s tin g m a rc h . T h e y h a v e a
good sto c k of m u ltip le s p in n e rs on
h a n d a n d —If th e b a n
w e re to
s tic k —w o u ld n ev e r be
ab le
to
m o v e th em .
T h e g am e co m m issio n w ill no
d o u b t ru le fin ally a n d fish e rm e n
w ill th e n k now w h a t good th e ir
p ro te s ts !
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L a te st re a so n a d v o c a te d fo r th e
p re d o m in a n c e of M ich ig an , re p r e ­
se n tin g th e B ig N in e o f college
football, o v er th e P a c ific C o ast
co n fe re n ce to p te a m , USC, in th e
m ost r e c e n t R o se B ow l, is th a t
BEAVERTON REGRETS
h ere on th e P a c ific C o a st a n
In th e 1948’s f irs t A A U-spon-
a th le te m u s t e s ta b lis h
a
h ig h
sc h o la stic re c o rd in p re p school so red b o x in g m a tch , w h ich is in
b efo re h e c a n e n te r th e sa q re d
p o rta ls o f th e la rg e r colleges.
D o esn ’t th is se em to be c a r r y ­
ing ed u c a tio n to th e e x tre m e ?
W hy, th e re q u isite o f sc h o la stic
a c h ie v e m e n t b efo re a p h y sic a lly
endow ed y o u th c a n r a te a c c e p t­
an c e In th e rig o ro u s role o f a
fo o tb all p la y e r Is a s k in g a lot. N o
w o n d e r M ic h ig a n h n d a ssem b led a
d o u b le -p lato o n o f fo o tb all p la y e rs
w h o d iv id ed th e m se lv e s p rec isely
In to a f ir s t te a m fo r o ffe n se a n d
n f ir s t te a m for d efen se!
W h e n you g et dow n to fig u rin g
It o u t, a fo o tb all te a m c o n trib u te s
a w h o le lo t of g a te re c e ip ts w h ich
go to d e fra y in g th e f re ig h t on
in tr a -m u r a l a n d m in o r s p o r ts a c ­
tiv itie s. T h e y u n d e rg o a rig o ro u s
tr a in in g re g im e a n d m u s t be su
p e rm e n o r
u n d u ly
fa v o re d —to
a c h ie v e a s m u c h b eh in d books as
th e y do b eh in d th e line of sc rim
m age.
C e rta in ly , If th e la te s t alib i is
c o rre c t, it Is to th e u tte r sh a m e
o f th e P a c ific c o a st
c o n fe re n c e
th a t fo o tb all c a n d id a te s m u st show
a h ig h g ra d e re c o rd b e fo re Jo in ­
in g th e lin e w h e re e q u ip m e n t Is
h a n d e d o u t.
P la y fo o tb n ll a n d stu d y , to o ?
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ney dow n elim in a tio n ira n .
B u t, ev«n so. It m ig h t be a m a t­
n a m e n t, B e a v e rto n 's h ig h h o p es of
te r of g e ttin g a d v e n tu re th e h a rd
re p r e s e n ta tio n com e to n a u g h t, as
th e tw o m o st lik ely c o n te s ta n ts w ay.
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fro m th e a r e a will n o t m a k e th e
SOFT BALL
try , th is y ear.
P o r tla n d ’s c a p tu re of th e 1948
D ick H esselg e sser, fo o tb all s ta r,
a n d h is lig h te r co lleag u e,
Bob n a tio n a l so ftb a ll m e et w ill s ti r a
C asteel, m a n a g e r of th e ’47 p ig ­ lo t of In te re s t In th e g am e in
s k in te am , w ere sla te d to e n te r th is a re a . T h e re a re a n u m b e r of
r a te
softb all
th e G olden G love field. M itz A lex­ le a g u e s a n d f ir s t
a n d e r, b o x in g coach, re p o rts th a t te a m s In th e P a c ific N o rth w e st
h is tw o p ro te g e s w ill a b s ta in fro m a n d th e g a m e is f a s t g a in in g an
th is y e a r ’s tria ls , m a in ly fo r r e a ­ im p o sin g a r r a y of su p p o rte rs.
I n P o rtla n d , th is s u p p o rt m ean s
so n s o f se aso n in g
a t le a st $10,000—th e m ain p u rc h ­
T h e G o ld en G loves th is y e a r h a s
ase p rice of th e event.
a n ad d e d in c en tiv e to o ffe r a m a ­
T h e T u a la tin V alley could well
te u r h o p efu ls. W h o ev er w in th e
s u p p o rt a su m m e rtim e league of
v a rio u s c ro w n s w ill also
w in a
b e r th on th e O lym pic te a m . A l l ; th e p o p u la • r sp • o rt. •
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th e a d v a n ta g e s of tra v e l, p u b lic ity
PEACE
IN
OUR
TIME
a n d a d v e n tu r e th a t go w ith in te r-
B ig le ag u e b aseb all p o in ts to a
n a tio n a l co m p e titio n is th e re w a it-
in & fo r th e s u rv iv o rs of th e jo u r- "p e a c e In o u r tim e" solution to
lllV U
W W IU JF
L»CCA
lean leag u e w h ic h
s ta r tle d
th e
■ports w o rld by lu rin g big n a m e
ball p la y e rs s o u th o f th e b o rd er,
fo r b e tte r p a y in g Joba w ith th e
h o t ta m a le a n d e n c h ila d a c irc u it.
M ost o f th e big
n a m e s,
w ho
w ere su m m a rily b o u n ce d fro m big
leag u e a v a ila b ility in th e U n ite d
S ta te s a s so o n a s th e y in k e d th e
p ap y ru s, h a v e d ro p p e d fro m th e
M exlcon le a g u e a n d a r e d o in g th e
best th e y c a n on th e o u tsid e o f
th e b ig le ag u es.
N ow H a p p y C h a n d le r, b a se b a ll
com m issio n er, h a s s e n t a m in is te r
so u th to a r r a n g e a tr u c e —In sp ite
of th e r e c e n t h a r s h th in g s h e
¡ said a b o u t th e raid .
W .K.
If you want to buv, trad e or sell,
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!
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UTILITY
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NOW
YOU CAN
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FOB.
Portland
A T T A C H M E N T S A VAIL All EE
Mowers, Plows, Dozer Blades, Discs, Rotary Scrapers
Spring Tooth Harrows, Cultivators
COLUMBIA AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY
& EQUIPMENT COMPANY
PHONE EAst 7153
1717 S. E. TH IRD AVE , PORTLAND
Who’s jamming'
HIGHEST TRICES PAID
Near Union Oil Depot
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h a lf of th e
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ro u n d -ro b in
w in d s up. S econd
se s sio n
w ill
s t a r t F e b r u a r y S.
T ig a rd co a ch in g s ta f f re p o r ts
little s u r p ris e a t its te a m s ta n d ­
ing,
as
ea rly -seaso n
fo re c a sts
c la im e d a spot, "so m ew h ere in th e
middle.'*
B e av erto n , tr a ilin g its
T u a la tin
v alley
co llea g u es
in
le a g u e sta n d in g s, p o in ts
to Its
a b ility to ta k e th e b u m p s - w h e n
i t c a n do little else.
In th e re c e n t T lg a rd -B e a v e rto n
p lay , th e T ig e rs
o v erc am e
th e
B e a v e rs 90 to 44 d o in g so only
by a sp irite d a c c e le ra tio n a f te r
a h a lf-tim e tie a t 22 all. D u a n e
R a sm u ss e n , of B e av e rto n , h it th e
h o o p fo r a 21 p o in t h ig h in d iv id u ­
al score.
A n d ev en fro m Its low ly p erc h ,
th e B e a v e rto n lad s h a v e n ’t g iven
u p h o p e—yet.
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B ea verto n 2 4 9 7
— Bertha-Beaverton Hiway
a wrench
«A M A dR
“ K or F in e
Floor»»"
WEST SIDE F L 0 0 I COMPANY
L A Y IN G — H A N D IN G — K K F IN IH IIIN G
«MM N. W . 22nd A ve., P o rtla n d 1«, O reg o n
A. C. RO NNING
—C a ll—
L. C. REYNOLDS
BEacon 2990
Tigard 2177
in the- fC&tvs f
BREAKS A RECORD
CH ERRY GROVE MILL
BLOCK WOOD
3 Cord Load, Hand Picked No Rubbish
OIEN'S FUEL CO. . . . MU. 7572
440 N. Columbia Blvd.
Portland 12, Ore.
J. A. ANTROBUS PLUMBING CO.
Nt-w Home» - riiim lk iii« ' - R« iiiih I i I i - i I Home»
l,ir < ‘ii»«‘d IM i i i i i I h t -
W ork
(» u a r u n t p p d
Rt 2, Box 256, Tigard, Greenburg Rd Phone 2278
G. l/s ATTENTION
Jo e L ouis, s u rp a s s in g th e le n g th
of in c u m b en c y
as
h e a v y w e ig h t
ch a m p io n th a t J o h n L. S u lliv a n
en jo y ed , b re a k s a w o rld reco rd .
B u t h e ’s also In te n t, in p re p a rin g
to a g a in m e e t J e rs e y Jo e W alco tt,
on b re a k in g w ith a p ra c tic e th a t
a lm o st c o st h im h is crow n.
T h a t p ra c tic e is in a c tiv ity .
T h e B ro w n B o m b er. In a d d itio n
to s tric t tr a in in g , e m b a rk s on an
a n e x h ib itio n m a tc h sch ed u le, in
B a ltim o re , d u rin g F e b ru a ry . H r
m ay follow th is
u p w ith
m ore
ex h ib itio n s
T h is Is good e n o u g h fo r m an y
fa n s, w ho a r e b eg in n in g to rea lize
th a t a f te r th e J u n e re m a tc h w ith
W a lc o tt, th e c h a n c e s of se ein g th e
p re s e n t c h a m p In a c tio n will b e­
g in to d w in d le
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MIKE TAKES A CUE
IT'S A CIN CH TO FLY WITH
"ED" BALL and MBUDM RALSTON
W H ETHER FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE
PIPER SALES ond SERVICE
G. I. Training Available
Full Maintenance and Repair
BALL-KALSTON . . . Since /92V
HILLSBORO AIRPORT
PHONE 3060 HILLSBORO;
RESIDENCE 3424
R e tire m e n t of J o e Louis, w he­
th e r It co m es on th e c re s t of v ic­
to ry o r th e tro u g h o f d efe at, will
m e a n a n ew lig h t on th e h o rizo n
in a b o u t 11 y e a rs o f h ea v y w e ig h t
p u g ilism .
I t w ill also m a rk th e sw an song
o f M ike Jacttb s, w ho h o ld s a con
t r a c t on L o u is —a lo n g w ith m a n y
o th e r c o n tra c ts - w ho d ecid es th a t
w ith B ig J o e ste p p in g o u t th e cue
Is set fo r h in t to r e tire a t th e
sa m e tim e.
L a te r. M ike d e n ie s re tire m e n t
sa y s h e 's g oing to "take it ea sy ”
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T Y V u p s e t p o s s ib l e
T Y V le a g u e 's b a s k e tb a ll
race
h a s c e n te re d a ro u n d th re e top
te a m s N ew b erg . W e st I J n n an d
M cM innville. C a u g h t In th e m id
d ie Is T ig a rd
w hile.
d a n g lin g
fro m th e b o tto m s te p In th e ce lla r
| Is B e a v e rto n high, as th e
f ir s '
3 Unions Block Labor Peace— Refuse Wage Boost
Already Accepted by 19 Other Railroad Unions!
T h e B ro th e rh o o d o f L o co m o tiv e E n g i­
neers, B ro th e rh o o d o f L o co m o tiv e F ire ­
m en an d K n ginem en an d th e S w itc h m e n 's
U n io n o f N o rth A m erica, re p rese n tin g
126.000 railro a d em ployes, h av e refu sed
to a c c e p t th e otlor of th e R a ilro ad s o f a
w age in crease o f 15,4 ce n ts an hour.
T h is is th e sam e in crease aw ard ed
1.000.000 n o n -o p eratin g em p lo y es b v an
a r b itra tio n b o ard in S ep te m b er, 1947.
T h is is th e sam e in crease a c c e p te d by
175.000 c o n d u c to rs, tra in m e n an d s w itc h ­
m en b y ag re e m e n t on N o v e m b e r 14, 1947.
A g rix 'n ien ts h av e lieen m ad e w ith
ployes, r e p r e s e n t'd by nine-
1,176, 000 em ipl
te e n unions. B ut th ese th ro e unions, rep-
n 's e n tin g o n ly 126,(XX) m en. are try in g to
get m ore. T h e y a re d em an d in g also m a n y
new w o rking rules n o t em b ra ce d in th e
s e ttle m e n t w ith th e co n d u c to rs a n d tr a in ­
m en.
In c id e n ta lly , th e S w itch m e n 's U n io n of
N o rth A m erica re p re se n ts only a b o u t 7%
o f all railro a d sw itch m en , th e o th e r 93%
being re p re se n te d hv th e B ro th e rh o o d of
R a ilro a d T ra in m e n an d covered by th e
s e ttle m e n t w ith th a t u n io n .
S trik e Threat
T h e le ad e rs o f tln-se th re e un io n s sp read a
s trik e b allot w hile n eg o tiatio n s w ere still
in progress. T h is is n»>t a secret v o te b u t is
ta k e n by u n io n lead ers an d v o te s are
signed by th e em p lo y es in th e presen ce
o i u n io n re p re se n ta tiv e s
W h en d ire c t n e g o tia tio n s failed, th e
lead ers o f th e se th re e u n io n s refu sed to
io in th e railro a d s in ask in g th e N a tio n a l
M e d ia tio n B o a rd to a tte m p t to s e ttle th e
d isp u te , b u t th e H oard took ju risd ic tio n
a t th e re q u e st o f th e ca rrie rs an d has been
e a rn e stly a tte m p tin g sin ce N o v em b e r " t ,
1947. to b rin g a b o u t a se ttle m e n t. T h e
B o a rd on J a n u a r y 15. 1948. a n n o u n c e d
its in a b ility to rea ch a m e d iatio n s e ttle ­
m e n t. T h e lead ers o f th e u n io n s reje cte d
th» req u est of th e M e d ia tio n B oard to
a r b itr a te . The ra ilro a d s ac ce p te d .
It h a t S o w ?
employes, and those among the highest paid,
can successfully maintain the threat of a par­
alyzing strike against the interest of the en­
tire country—and against 90 per cent of their
fellow employes.
The threat of a strike cannot justify grant­
ing more favorable conditions to 125.000 em-
ployes than have already been put in effect
for 1.175.000, nor will it alter the opposition
of the railroads to unwarranted wage in­
creases or to changes in working rules which
are not justified.
A glance at the box shows what employes
represented by the Engineers and Firemen
make. They are among the highest paid in
the ranks of labor in the United States, if not
the highest.
T h e U n io n s h av in g refused to a rb itra te ,
th e R a ilw a y L a b o r A ct p ro v id es fo r th e
a p p o in tm e n t o f a fact-fin d in g b o ard by
th e P re sid e n t.
T h e ra ilro a d s feel i t is d u e sh ip p ers,
passengers, em p lo y es, sto ck h o ld ers, an d
th e g en eral p u b lic to know th a t th ro u g h ­
o u t th e se ni g o tia tio n s a n d in m e d iatio n ,
th e y h av e n o t o n ly ex e rted ev e ry efTort to
rea ch a fa ir a n d rea so n ab le se ttle m e n t,
h u t th e v h a v e also m e t ev ery re q u ire m e n t
o f th e R a ilw a y L ab o r A ct resp ectin g th e
n eg o tiatio n , m e d iatio n , an d a r b itra tio n of
la b o r d isp u tes.
It seem s unthinkable (hat these three unions,
representing less than 10 per cent of railroad
Compare these wages with what you make!
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Here is a comparison of
average an n u a l earn -
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insal fimifi
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EN GIN EERS
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Koad , ’a8w'n*er
s h o w n "is w ha?t 1 9 4 7
earn in g « * w o u ld h a v e
. . . . W.9M
5.632
« o a d Krv,ght T h ro u g h , . 3,147
been if the 15'r rents
per hour increase, of-
fered by the railroads
a n d r e je c te d bv th e
union leaders, had been
in effect throughout the
IM7 tiirin lm
1M) tniiti
iimnj «lit ijl
tiun t>,■>«< Cuts m Nw iM
Y*rd ................................... 2 , 4 9
FIREMEN
MX»
5..199
4.684
40«l
M .7K
6,024
5 J6 9
4.539
Hoad Freight . . . . . . . . . 2,738
4.683
5 268
(Loral and Way)
Road Passenger ................. 2,7.12
4.514
5 1^5
H a d Freight Through)
2.069
3.460
e n tire year 1947.
Y a rd ..................................... 1.962
3.136
3 553
Railroad wages computed front Interstate Commerce Commission Statem ent M 300
Full year 1947 estimated on basis of actu a l figures for first eight m o n t h s .
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We are p u b lish in g th is an d o th e r a d v e rtise m e n ts to ta lk w ith you
• t first h a n d a b o u t m a tte rs w hich are im p o rta n t to ev e ry b o d y .