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Willing to train high energy, team oriented in­ dividual. Call 686-7725. ARGYLE FREE LIBRARY is looking for a Library Direc­ tor. This position is 25 hours per week. Salary negotiable. Degree required. Computer knowledge and grant experi­ ence also necessary. Send cover letter and resume by Sept. 15to Argyle Free Library, Attn.: Tom Smith, P.O. Box 238, A rgyle, NY 12809. DRIVER COVENANT Transport. $1,000 sign on bo­ nus for exp company drivers 1-800-441-4394. Owner op­ erators call 1-888-667-3729. Bud Meyer Truck Lines Re­ frigerated Hauling. Call toll free 1-877-283-6393 solo drivers & contractors, (nyscan) DRIVERS - Swift Transpor­ tation. Excellent benefits and pay, assigned equipment, con­ sistent miles, 3 week company sponsored CDLA training, trainee pay. 1-800-347-4485 (eoe-m/f: min. 23) (nyscan) MEDICAL BILLING. Earn excellent income. Full train­ ing, computer required. Call toll free 1-800-540-6333, ext. 2070. (nyscan) FRIENDLY TOYS & Gifts has openings for party demon­ strators & managers. Home decor, gifts, toys, Christmas. Earn cash, trips, recognition. Free catalog, information 1- 800-488-4875. (nyscan) $20-840 HR, MEDICAL/ dental billing. Software com­ pany looking for people to process claims/training pro­ vided. Must have computer. Call 7 days. 1-800-223-1149, ext. 457. (nyscan) COMPUTER USERS needed. Work own hours. $25k-$80k/yr. 1-800-536- 0486x1106. www.lcwp.com (nyscan) WILDLIFE JOBS TO $21.'60/HK Ific. benefits. Game Wardens, Security, Mainte­ nance, Park Rangers. No exp. needed. For appt./exam info 1- 800-813-3585, ext. 5805 8 a.m.-9 p.m., 7 days FDS. (nyscan) NO I K K Meikleknox Home Care Service Public Notice Effective Immediately Meikleknox Home Care regrets to announce they will no longer be providing home care in the community. Please note that the closing of the Home Care Service w ill not disrupt or impact service of the adult home. We would like to thank our clients for their patronage and our employees for their service. STEPPING STONES Nurs­ ery School. Register for Sep­ tember children a g * 3 to 5. Call Becky Potter to register. 854-7292. PIANO SERVICES Tuning, regulating, rebuilding and re­ pairs. Stephen Snyder, Scott's Lake Road, Salem, NY. 854-3888. PHOTO & LINE ARTscan- ning, logo and art rebuilding, special styling & sizing, and speciai art and text effects. All laser print produced. The Journal-Press, 35 Salem St., Grenwich, N.Y. 12834 or 692-2266. TENTS FOR RENT - Graduation, birthdays, Wed­ dings. Call Artie Erbe. 692- 2974 or 677-5153. Vincent M. Cristaldi Accounting Services 28 Main Street Greenwich, NY 12834 692-2647 C & T Small Engine Repair & Auto Repair 692-9673 Ginny* Grooming Room & Boarding Kennel# Windy Hitt Road Greenwich, N.Y. 695-6974 ^ ELY MAJOR APPLIANCES Sales 692-7799 - Service 692-2024 Financing Available 30 years service to back our sales 103 Main St., Greenwich —692-2024 SCHUYLERVILLE-1 bed­ room apt. Modem and sunny, off-street parking. No pets. Sec./ref. req. $365 incl. heat and elec. 587-5374. GREENWICH -N ice village location. Upstairs efficiency apt. Off-street parking. $295 plus util. Call 692-2648. GREENW ICH - 1 BR downstairs apt. Refrig., stove and parking. 692-7512, 692-7299, 692-8014. 1 BEDROOM apartment downstairs, a'dults only. No pets. Sec./ref. required. 692- 7401. VILLAGE OF Greenwich, central location, 2 BR apt., all new, WD hook-up, no pets, non-smoker, prefer adults, $425. per mo. plus utilities. Security deposit and refer­ ences. 692-9645. GREENWICH- First floor newly refurbished, 1 BR apt. No smokers. 677-5462. MAIN ST. OFFICE SPACE available. Call Alan Brown Realty. 692-2066. GREENWICH - Single bed- room apt. for rent. Call 692-7669. OFFICE OR SMALL shop. Excellent Schuylerville loca­ tion. New carpet, etc. $195 includds heat and electricity. 587-5374. 3 BEDROOM quiet Greenwich location. Off- street parking, yard, w/d hookup, security and refer­ ences. No pets. S390 plus utili­ ties. 587-5374. 2 BEDROOM DUPLEX. Nice neighborhood. No pets. Non-smoker. Ref. and Sec. 692-7798. The Geraghty family would like to give our heartfelt thank you to all of the people in­ volved in Tom’s rescue on August 2nd at Big Green Farm. The rescue squads and fire department and co-work­ ers gave him their all. We also want to thank the staff at Mary McClellan Hospital’s emer­ gency room for their excellent care. Also to our friends, neighbors and community., thank you for all of the cards, fc od, flowers and support, and especially all o f your prayers. We also want to thank the Hanks family who stands be­ side us even while facing their own tragedy. Tom is at home now and we are hoping for a full recovery. Kathy and Tom Geraghty and Family Linda and Tim Taylor wish to express our many thanks to all of our relatives and friends who helped us celebrate our 35th anniversary and to those who remembered us with cards, gifts, and flowers. A special thanks to Dad, Roland Lufkin, for hosting the cel­ ebration and to our daughter, Stephanie, for all of her assis­ tance in the planning and mak­ ing arrangements for the Tara Hal! Pipe Band to attend and play for us. Also, thank you to our friends, JoAnn and John Gometz, for their gift o f mu­ sic and Mrs. Jean Castells for giving us the beautiful cake. MCCANN MEMORIALS Rte. 29 East Greenwich P.O. Box 448 Salem, N.Y. 12865-0448 Monuments, Markers, Cemetery Lettering, Cemetery Floral Arrangements & Stone Cleaning Yea, We At* Still In Business *92-2038- 984-3098 < ^ > f ^ FOR SALE 3 BR Village Home in Greenwich w/large bam Reduced to $59,900 Many other properties available. AJan.Brown, Realty ' 28 Main St. Greenwich 692-2066 NEED SUPPLEMENTARY income? Looking for a change? A local business is looking for a people friendly, motivated individual. Must have transportation. Send re­ sume to Box ASJ, % The Jour- nal-Press, P.O. Box 185, Greenwich, NY 12834 \\A \ l i : |> I OBI \ NEED CASH? I’m paying top dollar for anything! Gold, silver, sterling, diamonds, old coins, paper money, jewelry, watches, scrap gold, antiques, advertising items, fishing tackle, anything old. Estates WANTED Also. Call Bill at (518)632-5486 now! LAND FOR SALE LAND BARGAINS. Free list. 3 to 45 acre parcels in Albany, Schoharie, Montgomery and Herkimer counties. Ideal homesites. Owner financing. Helderberg Realty 518-861- 6541.(nyscan) MYRTLE BEACH, SC wa- terway lots. Ground floor op­ portunity. intracoastai water­ way, water view and canal lake homesites. $39,880 to $209,880. Gated plantation community perfectly located. Community boat dock, pool, tennis, walking, trails, water park. Come South. Call toll free 1-888-404-9933 (Waterview Sales, Inc., BIC Brian Cotner; void where prohibited), (nyscan) REAL KM A ll BEST DEAL IN Greenwich Large 3 BR ranch on 2 acres with separate in-law/income apt Rent covers taxes and heat expense. Priced below assess­ ment at $115,000. Call 642-1511. FORECLOSED HOMES. Low or $0 down. Gov’t & bank repos being sold now. Fantastic savings. Financing available. 1-800-501-1777, ext. 1099. (nyscan) DELAWARE RIVER area. Historic village farmhouse in new merged school district, 3 BRs, glassed porch, deck, ga­ rage. Near library, theatre, school, Del-river. $62,000. 914-252-3484. (nyscan) USED SEVEN SECTION 15ft., 9 in., Wx 14ft. 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(nyscan) WOODLAND TRAP CLUB will be holding 22 target shoots at their range, located in Easton, every Friday evening beginning at 6 p.m. Trap shooting is held every Sunday morning beginning at 10 a.m. For information and directions contact Jim at 692-2085 or Tom at 692-7585. Business Opportunities EARN UP TO $800 in a day P/T, A local candy route. 30 patented Vendstar machines. $9,995 investment. 1-888- 998-VEND. (nyscan) LEGAL, N OTICE SCHOOL TAX 1 COLLECTOR'S NOTICE GREENWICH CENTRAL SCHOOL Towns o f \Argyll Cambridge, Easton, Fort Edward, Greenwich, Hebron, Jackson and Salem Owners of real property located in that' portion of the Greenwich Central School District, county of Washington, New York, take notice that taxes will be received from September 7, through November 9, 1999. Taxes may be paid in person or by mall at the Glens Falls National Bank, P.O. Box 187, 132 Main Street, Greenwich, NY 12834, during banking hours. PRESENT TAX BILL WITH PAYMENT. From September 7 through October 7, 1999 NO FEE will be charged. A two percent (2%) penalty will be added from October 8 , 1999 through November 9, 1999; Novem­ ber 9, 1999 will be tlie last day for payment of taxes. The tax rolls are turned over to the Washington County Treasurer on November 15, 1999. Evelyn Larmon Tax Collector Greenwich Central School P.O. Box 187 Greenwich, NY 12834 9-2, 9, 16 SAWMILL S3795. Saws logs into boards, planks, beams. Large capacity. Best sawmill values anywhere. Free infor­ mation. Norwood Sawmills, 252 Sonwil Dr. #252, Buffalo, NY 14225. 1-800-578-1363. (nyscan) HOMI lMl’UON 1 MINIS EARN LEGAL COLLEGE degree quickly. Bachelors, masters, doctorate, by corre­ spondence based upon life experiences, knowledge al­ ready attained, prior education and short study course. For free information catalog, phone: Cambridge State Uni­ versity (800) 964-8316 (24 hrs.) (nyscan) P I NSON A I, H .\A \ ( I VL LEGALNOTICE SCH O O L T A X COLLECTOR'S NOTICE H aving received the tax roll for the collection o f the 1999 taxes o f the A rgyle C e n tral School D istrict, I, t h e u n d e r ­ sig n e d c o l l e c t o r o f school taxes;, will receive such taxes at the Argyle M u n icipal B u ilding, 41 M a in S tre e t, A r g y le, N e w Y o r k , M o n d a y through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, and from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. d u ring the month o f S e p tem b e r; an d M o n ­ day th r o u g h F r id a y from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon only, O c tober 1st through N o v e m b e r 1st, 1999. Taxes m a y b e p a id for 30 days from Septem ber 1 through Septem b er 30 without interest or pen­ alties. On all such taxes rem a ining unpaid after Septem b er 20, 2% will be a d d e d to a ll ta x e s paid through N o v em b er 1, 1999. N o paym e n ts w ill b e accep ted after N o v em b er 1,1999. Betty Fow ler School Tax Collector 9-2,9 ig.EdCJ. GREENWICH JOURNAL Thursday, September 2,1999 SALES® PRHSS' BANKRUPTCY $79.00+ - E-Z File (Chapter 7/13). Save hundreds. Stop lawsuits, gar­ nishments. Guaranteed valid. Divorce $99+ home refinance loans. Guaranteed stop fore­ closure program $350. FreshStart l-888-395-<8030. (nyscan) , HOMEOWNERS: Mainte­ nance free vinyl siding $1.49 sq. ft. Tilt-in replacement win­ dows as low as $139.100% financing available. Call East South Vinyl. Toll-free 1-877- 283-8853.(nyscan) STEEL BUILDING summer clearance. All roof pitches, 14x20 $2,990; 25x40 $3,995; 30x40 $5,900; 35x50 $6,700; 40x52 $7,500; 40x100 $8,500. Others. Pioneer 1- 800-813-1358, ext. 100. www.usmb.com (nyscan) CLEARANCE - HUGE savings on select Arch Steel Buildings including 25x38, 30x42,40x58. Great backyard workshops and garages. Easy financing available. Call immediately 1-800-341-7007. (nyscan) I \ M ) \ \ \ \ II I) LARGE ACREAGE wanted. Hunt club looking to purchase large, inexpensive land in NY, not suitable for (fevelopment. Minimum, 1000to 5000 acres. Cash buyer. Cali Ed at 413- 458-9395, (nyscan) Journal-Press 'Sf. C lassified A d s Wi get iia results Call ■ M. 692 - 2266 or F ax us at &§ IQ 692-2589 ST • r to place your ia ss mm *3 advertising sr. ■iB H. 1 message OVER YOUR HEAD in debt? Do you need more breathing room? Debt consoli­ dation, no qualifying. *Free consultation (800) 556-1548. www.anewhorizon.org Li­ censed, bonded, non-profit National Co. (nyscan) LESS THAN PERFECT credit? Need debt consolida­ tion? Call Chase Manhattan to get the financial relief you need through our innovative residential mortgage/refinance programs. Call now. 1-800- 554-3273. 1999 The Chase Manhattan Corporation. All rights reserved. Equal Hous­ ing Lender, (nyscan) *‘ FEDERAL Programs** Private agencies, grants, homeowners assistance. Get caught up on back taxes; bills; mortgages. Consolidate; re­ model; refinance; business start-ups. (Credit, Income, Bankruptcy problems?? - Help Available) 1-800-844- 7454. (nyscan) GUARANTEED Approval! Bad credit, no credit, no prob­ lem. Receive 3-5 credit cards, total credit line of $ 10,000 guaranteed. Free information booklet 800-679-9793 ext. 123. (nyscan) THE ONLY WAY to cover all New York State with a clas­ sified ad: Your 25-word clas­ sified ad will run in the New York State Classified Adver­ tising Network (NYSCAN) ir 90 percent of 211 weekly newspapers statewide for only $375. You can advertise your classified in specific regions (Metro, $170; Central $130, Western $130.) Additional words all regions, $10 per word; Metro, $ 6 ; Central $4, Western $4. Visit The Joumal- Press, 35 Salem St., Green­ wich, 692-2266. GERMAN STUDENT - Scandinavian, European, South American, Asian ex­ change students attending high school arriving August Become a host family / AISE. Call 1-800-SIBLING www.aise.com (nyscan) W a s h i n g t o n C o u n t y F a i r ju d g i n g r e s u l t s F a ir photographs by Tony Basile New milking parlor gives v isitors a chipm u n k 's eye view of the process. ADOPTION: Happily mar­ ried couple who love each other - unable to have a child, wish to adopt your newborn and make a family. Sue/Dam 1-800-336-5752. (nyscan) LEG A L N O T IC E T h e r e w i l l b e a p u b l i c h e a r i n g at th e S a lem T o w n O ffice on S e p tem b e r 9, 1999, at 8:00 P.M . to consider the p r o p o s e d site plan for the Town o f Salem. M ary Kirkpatrick, Salem Town C lerk 9-2 LEGALNOTICE SC H O O L T A X NOTICE H a v ing received the W a rrant for Tax C o llec­ tio n o f S c h o o l T a x e s , paym e n ts m a y be m ade as follows: By M a il - School Tax Collector, B u siness O ffice, Salem C e n tral School, Salem , New York 12865. In P e rson - D u ring Septem b e r - S a lem C e n tral School, E a st B roadw a y , Salem, N e w Y o r k ; M o n d a y th r o u g h F r id a y , 10:00 a.m . - 12:00 noon, at the B u siness O ffice. LA T E F E E CHARGES S e p tem b e r 1 - Sep­ tem b er 30, 1999 N one. O c tober 1 - N o v e m ­ ber 1, 1999 2% penalty added. P le a s e tak e n o tice, N O P A Y M E N T A C ­ C E P T E D A F T E R N O ­ V E M B E R 2 n d . A ll un­ p a i d ta x e s m u s t be turned into the C o u n ty T r e a s u r e r 's O f f i c e at that tim e. E q u a lized tax rates p e r $1000 o f assessed v a lu e fo r th e 1999-00 scho o l year are as fol­ low s: Salem $30.120463 Hebron $16.502204 Jackson $26.344857 Greenwich $15.993889 C h ristine Poplaski School T a x Collector Salem Central School D istrict 9-2,9,16 Goats Open Recorded Grades Doe Kid 3-6 m o n ths -Levi Galloup, Granville; Doe K id 12-24 m o n ths and Ju n io r C h a m p ion - Lesley Saunders, Greenwich; Doe, in m ilk, und e r 2 years, 2-3 years, 4 & over, D a m and D a u g h ter, Senior C h a m p ion Doe, G rand C h a m p ion Doe, Doe 5 and over and Best T h ree Fem ales - Ave Maria Gillis, Greenwich; G e t o f Sire - Lesley Saunders, Greenwich. „ Lamancha Doe Kid 3-6 m o n ths - Moire K.. Claumont, Cambridge; Doe Kid 12-24 months and Ju n io r C h a m p ion - O.C. West, Shushan; Doe, in milk, 1 a n d un­ der 2 - Amanda Worthington, Green­ wich; Doe, in m ilk, 2 and 3 years - O.C. West, Shushan; Doe, in milk, 5 years and over, Senior C h a m p ion Doe, G rand C h a m p ion Doe, G e t o f Sire and Best T h ree Fem ales - Tricia McKemon, Greenwich; and D a m and D a u g h ter - Josh W orthington, Green­ wich; P roduce of Dam - Amanda Wor­ thington, Greenwich. Saanen Doe K id 3-6 m o n ths, Ju n io r C h a m p ion, Doe, in milk, 5 years and over, and Senior C h a m p ion Doe - Julie Perry, Eagle Bridge; Doe, in m ilk, 2-3 years an d D am and D a u g h ter - Scott Milet, Cambridge. Alpine Doe Kid 6-12 m o n ths, Ju n ior C h a m p ion, Doe, in m ilk, 2-3 years, Nubian Doe Kid 3-6 m o n ths, Doc K id un­ der 6 m o n ths, J u n io r C h a m p ion, Doe, in milk, 5 years and over, S e n ior C h am p ion Doe, G rand C h a m p ion Doe, Doe K ids 12-24 m o n ths, G e t of Sire and B e st T h ree Fem ales -O.C. West, Shushan; Doe Kid 6-12 m o n ths - Alex Merecki, Cambridge; D o e, in milk, 2 to 3 years - Levi Galloup, Granville; D am and D a u g h ter and Produce o f D am - Aaron Bolduc, Salem. Rabbits Showmanship Senior Show m anship - Alyssa Strainer and Ju n io r Show m a n ship - Kendra Kramer. C a v y ' Show m anship - Benjamin VanGuile. Best of Breed English A n g o ra - Kyana Peterson; Jersey W o o ly - Kendra Kramer; Flem ­ ish G iant - GinaN assivera; R e x - Kane Jilek; H o lland Lop - Alyssa Strainer; M ini Lop - Kamber Jilek; N e therland D w a rf - Kylie Moy; M ini-R e x - Kam­ ber Jilek; S a tin - Alyssa Strainer; T a n - Jamie Spear; and P e t - Taylor Paige and Amelia T homas. D w a rf H o tot - Kane Jilek. French Lop and New Zealand - Kerry Bolio. Cavies - B e st o f Show - Michelle Spear. Bicycle Drawings A fternoon - Angus Saunders, Ar­ gyle, Alexa D'Alberto, Mechanicville Senior Cham p ion^ Doe, -and - G rand— andJDaniel Lewis, Stillwater. E v e n ing - C h a m p ion Doe - Ave M aria Gillis, Monica Crossman, Hudson Falls; Al- Greenwich. isha Grumley, Queensbury and Steven Powarski, Craiyville. L E G A L N O T IC E SU P R E M E C O U R T O F T H E STA T E O F N E W Y O R K C O U N T Y O F W A S H IN G T O N N O T IC E O F SA L E In d e x # 9601D RJI # 5 7 -1-99-0358 Hon. John G. D ier TRU S T C O R E A L T Y C O R P O R A T IO N Plaintiff -against- TRU D Y C . B O N G IO V I, JO H N G IL L D e fendant(s) P u r s u a n t to a j u d g ­ m e n t o f foreclosure and sale entered in the W a sh­ ington C o u n ty C lerk 's Office o n July 2 2 ,1 9 9 9 ,1, th e u n d e r s i g n e d , th e R e f e r e e n a m e d in th e ju d g m e n t , w ill se ll at p u b li c a u c ti o n at th e ■ W a s h i n g to n C o u n ty C o u r t h o u s e , m a i n e n ­ tran c e , in th e T o w n o f Fort Edw ard, N ew Y o rk, on O c tob e r 7, 1999, at 10:00 a.m ., the prem ises directed by th e judgm e n t to be sold, w h ich are de­ sc r ib e d in S c h e d u le A (D e s c r i p ti o n ) a tt a c h e d hereto. The prem ises ^are known as 452 Ryan Road, Greenwich, N e w Y o rk. D A T E D : July 2 9 ,1999 s/ Tim o thy J. A lden R e feree O V E R T O N , R U S S E L L & D O E R R A ttorneys for P laintiff 19 H alfinoon E x ecutive Park D rive Clifton Park, N e w Y o rk' 12065 LEGALNOTICE N OTE: W E A R E A DEBT COLLECTOR A T T E M P T ING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORM ATION OBTAINED W ILL BE U S E D FO R THAT PURPOSE. SCHEDULEA All that tract or parcel o f lan d situ a t e on th e south side o f N o rth Road and e a s t sid e o f R y a n R o a d , T o w n o f G reen ­ w ich, C o u n ty o f W a sh­ ington and State o f N e w York a n d b eing more p a r­ tic u l a r l y b o u n d e d an d described as follow s: B e g in n i n g at a set iron ro d on th e so u th boundary o f N o rth Road at the n o rth e a s t co r n e r o f the herein described parcel, said point o f be­ g in n in g also b e ip g th e n o r t h w e s t c o r n e r o f J e f f r e y S h a r t s , L i b e r 4 5 4 /P a g e 5 3 8 , th e n c e from said point o f b e g in­ ning; S 5 1 - 1 4 '- 0 0 \ E 550.66 ft. a lo n g th e la n d s o f Sharts to a point in the intersection o f 3 sto n e ­ w alls, thence the follow ­ ing 2 courses along the lan d s n o w /fo r m e r ly o f Ja m e s an d R o n a ld D e w e y , L iber 472/Page 658. S29-18'-30\W 1152.78 ft. along a stonew a ll to th e in t e r s e c t i o n o f 2 stonew a lls, thence LEG A L N O T IC E N 6 5 -I5'-05\W 125.69 ft. to an iron rod, thence S 29-06'-10\ W 3 0 0 .11 ft. to an iron rod, thence the follow ing 3 courses along the east boundary o f Ryan Road N 4 5 -16'-00\W 106.19 ft. to a point, thence N 3 7 -40'-00\W 129.27 ft. to a point, thence N 3 2 -06’-40\W 395.72 ft. to a point at the inter­ section o f R y a n Road and N o rth R o a d , thence the fo l lo w in g 5 c o u r s e s along the south bound­ ary o f N o rth Road N-86-53’-10\E 23.25 ft. to a point, thence N o rtheasterly 438.36 • ft. along a curve to the left h a v in g a radius o f 5 0 5 .0 0 ft. to a p o in t , th e n c e N 3 7 -09 ’- 1 0 \ E 532.84 4 ft. to a point, thence N 3 4 - 2 4 '- 3 0 ''E 292.65 ft. to a point, thence N 2 3 -05 ’-20\ E l 12.15 ft. to the point and place o f beginning. Subject to easem e n ts and rig h t s o f w a y o f record. Said parcel con­ taining 19.308 p lus o r m i­ nus acres. B E IN G T H E SA M E PREM ISES conveyed to M o r tg a g o rs) b y deed(s) dated M ay 25, 1988, and recorded M a y 2 7 ,19 8 8 in th e W A S H I N G T O N County C lerk's O ffice, in B o o k N u m b e r 5 7 5 o f D eeds at P a g e 29. N 6 5 -26'-00\W 186.52 ft. to art iron rod at the n o r th e a s terly c o r n e r o f lan d s n o w /fo r m e r ly o f H u g h DeWey, L iber 4 7 2 / Page 652, thence the fol­ low ing 2 courses along the lands now /form e rly o f H u g h D ew ey T h e R e a l Property jjs im p roved b y a one o r tw o fa m i l y re s i d e n c e o r d w e llin g o n ly . R e q u e s t fo r e x e m p t io n is m a d e p u rsu a n t to §253 (2 ) o f th e T a x L a w . 9-2,9,16,23 1 V

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