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3). The third check was for my first week's salary. Of course I was not paid in advance, so my first salary was to be paid to me Saturday (my contract was dated Saturday). In the meanwhile on Wednesday I made my first flight, on Saturday I fell and in all the excitement was not paid. So on the next day on [[strikethrough]]Friday or Monday[[/strikethrough]] Sunday I reminded Dr Silverstone. [[strikethrough]]and [[/strikethrough]] He brought me this check for 50.00 on Monday and in the name of the Co. made me the announcement that the Co. has stopped my salary.

The statement that they paid me 100.00 salary for two weeks is false and absurd as in the beginning of the second week, [[strikethrough]]when [[/strikethrough]] I suffered from the results of my fall, the Co. through Dr's announcement broke the contract with me and I then called on you.

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