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[[preprinted]]
1201
WESTERN UNION 
A.N. WILLIAMS PRESIDENT 
NEWCOMB CARLTON CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD 
J.C. WILLEVER FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT 

CLASS OF SERVICE 
This is a full-rate Telegram or Cablegram unless its deferred character is indicated by a suitable symbol above or preceding the address. 

SYMBOLS 
DL=Day Letter
NT=Overnight Telegram
LC=Deferred Cable
NLT=Cable Night Letter
Ship Radiogram
[[double underline]]

The filing time shown in the date line on telegrams and day letters is STANDARD TIME at point of origin. Time of receipt is STANDARD TIME at point of destination. 
[[/preprinted]]

[[stamped]] 1942 MAR 16 PM 8 14 [[/stamped]]

(13)

NT436 4 COLLECT=VIA CP=DETROIT MICH 16 453P
JACQUES SILIGMANN AND CO=
5 EAST 57 ST=
SHIPPED MARCH 14-2=
H H TOMPSON
14-2.

^[[53ยข]]
^[[C]]
^[[3.83]]

[[preprinted]]
THE COMPANY WILL APPRECIATE SUGGESTIONS FROM PATRONS CONCERNING ITS SERVICE
[[/preprinted]]

Transcription Notes:
- 1201 is to the right of "WESTERN UNION" - In the "WESTERN UNION" paragraph, the names had their roles underneath them. - The "CLASS OF SERVICE" paragraph is enclosed in a stylized box to the left of "WESTERN UNION" paragraph. - The "SYMBOLS" paragraph is enclosed in a stylized box to the right of "WESTERN UNION" paragraph. - 1942 stamp is to the right of the "NT436" paragraph - "(13)" is next to "WESTERN UNION" - Handwritten "C" should be under "NT436" paragraph, but before "SHIPPED MARCH" - "53" is to the right of the "NT436" paragraph. - There is an underline under "83" in "3.83" - "14-2." should be below "3.83". - It looks like half of a dot was before "14-2." - "FROM" and "PATRONS" should have "ITS" in between.

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