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April 2, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 9

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I i I; ANCHORAGE. Alaska - Alas-J 'Take away their homes, jobs - ?- For April Iiiycslmcnt -A -a A ;.' '-Ayy A - V . -I'-'.'v " " V '."'T" ' ' . V::V : '-.'-.v" y' 1 ' . yTrCK SPAY, APRIL 2, ' 19M ":' ' " 'V-Vy : ' .--fA I Few Tea fs as A I as leans ; Beg i n Long Fight Back Special Journal Correspondence car?. and, in some Cases their (clothe, thiee big meal a day loved ones, and (hey wsbn't Rive and, coy hunk- in this 'frozen I . . i. I . 1 ' . i ... II I . As lung as they have warm ' It's tailed frontier spirit. THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE PRODUCTION proposed sale, of CANADIAN ARSENALS LIMITED FACILITIES ; ; ,;" a V;' .A'aAaA'"'" Proposals will ; be ; received ' toy the Department " of . Defence Production up to and including May 1, 1964 V , A for the purchase of -arty or.all'pf .the, following three facilities ofJ-CanadJari 'Arsenals Limited, including . lands, buildings and equipment:" ' - -.. . v SMAU'ARMS DIVISION, LONG BRANCH, ONTARio ' which facility i engaged in the: manufacture of military small . inns .weapons." A - ,, -v , DeSAlABERRY PLANT, , EXPlOSIVESDjvi$IONS, VAILEYFIELD, QUEBEC ' , . . which facility-is engaged In the production of explosives and ' prnpellanis and such intermediate produ.cn as nitroglycerine, : yv; .' - nitric and, nitrocellulose. - - . , ' , e . VAL ROSE PLANT, DOMINION ARSENAL DIVISION, VAL ROSE, QUEBEC ..y.. - which facility is engaged in the production of military small rms ammunition. V-'. A demonstrable capability to manage manufacturing facilities involving military equipment in the-above or related fields is required from firms, submitting proposals. Proposals should also-; indicate the planned use of the facility in the commercial field in ? terms of. employment and industrial' putput, y - - Firms interested in submitting a proposal should contact the DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE PRODUCTION 70 Lyon Street, Ottawa, or telephone Area 613 092:8667, ! A - tor further infonnatloni--4-i.ty , Th nprtmnl rtrvri Iht rlht la'artrpt r rrjrrt any ffr la hoi ar in park. . . More complete mform.iion on the share listed below is contained in our April jssue oi" "Investment Sugjetiot'' j copy of which is available upoti request.- Coei'iinieiit of Canada , Provinc of Ontario - Province of Alberta Guaranteed - . Alberta Municipal Financing Corp. Province of British Columbia Guaranteed British Columbia Electric Company Ltd. Provjncc of Manitoba Guaranteed -'"" Manitoba Telephone SystemA! A .A Province of Nova Scotia -Province of Saskatchewan - - - Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto- , - City of Montreal " . - Catholic School Commission of " . ' Trots-Rivieres County of Ontario City of Vernon ' City of Winnipeg ' .- Dominion Foundries and Steel, Limited Dominion Tar & Chemical Company, Ltd. "V:. Stocks ' '' . Bank of Montreal ' Aluminium Limited ' . ' Bell Telephone Company of Canada Canadian Pacific Railway Company . -Dominion Foundries and Steel, Limited Imperial Tobacco Co. of Canada Ltd. Steel Company of Canada, Limited Mtreh J1.PM Rat. A-5- v ' ; 3V4 ' ; . 324 :' yA- 51 V ' 5'. i sy4 .60U.S. 1.70 1.50 1.80 Maturity -.- Prtct YleM 1988 90.125 3.29 1984 . 91625 S.45 . 1985 97.25 3.47 -1977- 101.00 5.M ; 1986 . 100.00 . 5.50 " 1984 100.00 5.50 " ' ' 984 99.75 ' 5.52 -- 184 .98.75 - 5.60 2004 - 98.00 5.88 1979 1973 199 ' 1972 199 1984 Common Common "Common Common Common .0fl2'j Common ,0.05 . Common 98.53 100.50 100.00 100.25 97.50 100.50 IjORDAN 1 A: ' '' v- - .5.90 5.43, 5.50 5.45 5.08 5.70 S61.25 3.75 il50 1.85 52.00 4.23 39.00 3.85 76.00 2.37 12.25 5.92 ' 23,50 3.62 '- Continuance of extra dividend payments as shown should nlSl necessarily be assumed. "AH bond prices are plus accrued interest : shares art subject to stock exchanee commission. Bonds ar offered by us as principals, shares are offered by us as agents. All offerings are subject to confirmation. A. E Aiiips & (Jo ,'.: UsssKmI - Km$inP0i f'.itnhlithnt IS S9 . .- ; . . .. . ' . '. . ' r . . ... 1 tO K'ellington Street, Ottawa-Telephone 236-0405 Andrthis-pir4t,tody-4Ala4 ka's' richest wealth in the lone fight' backroro one of the worm ! earthquake disasierj in history.; MI II K I: MO I ION . .. V . p The ''quake I riday is fresh in ejjecyones mina. , ine eviaenie is everywhere: rumpled stiires. apartment blot ks, and houses, and uulv traiks deep1 in the' land-. . .' I t44w.ji,4i t,. iitue emutionU v-No .one. fs tomptaining about his "(ougK latk -..A. i: Take J(e Fried, mareied, two children,, who lived in a'$30.0tK) house at Anchorage's fashionable Turnagain residentiaf-area. Joe's house if a virtual loss. "Irslts pitched backward lnl-a : fissure. The wallt . bava caved in'.; ' . .," i He was salvaging books, furniture and clothing from the crumpled home when he was asked about-'his family's situation. ' ( : y r ' ' , ' ,' ' Casually, He said: "I guess we'll havtyto start . all over again." i ' Fried says he's' lucky. He's still got a' job: he is a civilian tostS: accountant -at the UvSr Army's Fort Richardson base at Anchorage. -' ' But he . ha v. problems; "I've read my insuranc;e poluy -and just as I suspected, there was no eaithquake insurance. "In .fact 1 heaf you can't gt it herebeeause its an earthquake zone." .. "' He said his bouse has a f IS : Nl mortgage. Hts equity Is $l$,0M. "As It lookilnow, I understand I've only lost my I equity . . . the mortgage company has .lost the resi." Fried said he couldn't really-assess Ws situation, until later, after talks with hia mocigJe company, insurance man and banker.-': '.. ' ' , ..,"' . Now was the. tune for e-grouping, salvaging and settling in a new home, rented-in a nearby restdential area. - ; Mrs. Anna Coghin, .wife of a physician, explained their, plight We've lost our house, every thing: It went into a fissure but l' got out -with' our two' sons-Mike and Mark; My husband had to use a ladder to rescue us from a table-top of land jut ting-up from all the mess..' ."After what happened-we lind we have to be happy after all, we've got aur Iwa sons and that's all that really ; matters." 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