Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on May 26, 1959 · 17
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J Jr Jj4j.f-,c b.fvy :ih Irytlil " 4 . . . ,nii? iu'Wiy morr.irr, ify lfty fJ i'.l tr4 !efl pi-4i.m.n'.mj5 Maikrl iffiv. pritei nhadtf firmiT no irf !rady iwi rHher tla-, Vtil r.i!vr !ri!v, hngt unrhanerd 2150. 0 li IM al.v. i!fr clKiice :2 SO Irj 21 M. wd orniin BOND PRICES nnmlnloni ltM . IDfiO 19l ISW mn 1B70 , 1972 197(1 . 197S 1979 19M 1998 ... 2 '4 .... 3 3 3 3 ", 2'4 .... 3'1 ..... 4". 3". .... 3'i 3"4 4'i 3V, rovlnctali 1979 Prov of Sak. . 3 197H Man, Hvdro 5 1979 Prov. of Ont. 5 1978 Prov. of N.S 6 1978 Ont. Hydro 8 1979 Quebec Hydro .. S Corporations lpni Alta Ga Trunk 5V4 1977 B.C Electric ..... S'A 19R3 CPU 1978 I)om Tar Chem 5'4 1978 McMil i Bloe... 5 19R2 Mar. Welln Strip 8 1983 Northwest. Utll. 5H 1973 Steelman Strips 8 Bid Asked es 75 ion no 99 1 1 99 39 94 30 SH Ml S.30 95 80 92 00 92S R4'a BV. 871-. 8n". 92 00 92 H Rn-4 8iv. M'i 81 79", 80 1', flP'i 79'4 95 2S 98.75 9S.25 95 75 97 00 94 75 98 25 95.75 97.00 93.25 96.25 97.00 99 00 98 00 99 75 94.50 98 50 95 50 97 50 97 00 99 50 98.00 99 50 97 50 99.50 88.00 92.00 I and I C W. .. 3 C W. 4 C W . harllT I and j CW I ftnw l C W I K.iw 1 rred 1 feed ...... 1 l-d , 044- 1 c w. . 3 C W. . . Exlra I Feed 1 Teed , 3 teed 3 f eed H4X 1 c.w. . 2 C.W. 3 C.W. Track C'la.a Two Wheat 1 Northern 2 Northern 3 Northern 4 Northern Seek F Markets foi Uranium OTTAW,. cf r-r.drw.v!. M n lr and Fr:mrs Limtle4 hai tauntrwd "toncTtr1 drive" io find f'Wi'ien markpfi for Canada'i vait tifif)iic of uranium. Th lain program. ouiUn4 " ...! . . ' - . 4 4 . . .. . . 44- 4 .4 . . "4. 44. - 4 -4 ' - . ' . . .4- - - - - - - ....... - - - - 4.. . 4 . . - - - - "t - - ' - - ' ' - .. 4-, .,, .... . i . - .. . ..... .4. . . , . ...44 .,. . j. 4 4,. I l, . I ' " " ' "" ' " - f 4,..-. 4. .....-.4l ... . - - . . 4--. - ' " ' ' ' . . -4.. ...... , -., . - - - " - i.t I ... . -- 4 4 .4 4-4. 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U 44i . 4 .mmmmmi im i . i . ... .. 4 4 ..i.i ri4. ;4. . 4 to 4.44 iS4414444 I 4-1 4 -4 t I I 144' 4 ax. 4.4 .4.44 -4. 44 41.41 4W 4M4444 H...,.j 4 44...I 144.4.. 4. 22 M o 22.TJ, medium 21.00 ojM"nday In the Crown company'i , Iff s . I"I .... (1 IH'4 Inl'i '. ..... . , . au'i ,. 18', 14'. 11'-. M'. 4W' . tiU 313'4 3" 1 ''4 2RR"4 303 . 187S 114 1544 144H WANTED SALES REPRESENTATIVE for Nationally Known Food Company 22 to 35 years of age, married with dependant. Experience preferred. Car, salary and expenses supplied. APPLY BOX 1108, STAR-PHOENIX Prev. Open High Low Close Close Oats May 14 V, 741,, 741,', 74", 741, July I414 74' 7'!"4 74''. 75 Oct. 75 V, 75''. 75 "4 15 "4 75H Dec. 74 ' 74 ' 74". 74 Barley Mav 994, 99'. flRV, 8V, 995i July 100s loo'. 100 loo 100H Oct. 101 101", 101", 101', 102 Dee. 09 99 V 99 V 99 Flax-May 313 3W, 311Mi 312V 313'4 July 307 'i 3074 304"4 3(5 308 Oct. 296't 297 295'. 2I15H 297V, Dec. 291 289 2U9 281V, Rye-May 111H 112 110V, 111 112 July 112.112'j 110V, HO'j M", Oct. 112', 112'4 110V U0V4 112'4 Dec. 113ft 113V4 ChicafO Wheat-July 1R4 1R4V, 183 184','i Sept. 187 187'k 187 187', Dec 192'tj 193 192'. 192"i Chicago Corn Sept. 122 122V4 121 122 COMMODITY PRICES CHICAGO Errs Sept. -close 29 95 Oct close 30.90 NEW YORK Sugar No. 4 Sept. last trade Cocoa-July last trade ... Sept. last trade . . . Copper- Sept, last trade Potatoes Nov. close Jan. close ... 2.96 33 39 33 60 32.26 2 35 2.51 TORONTO AVERAGES t p.m. 21.75, common 17 00 to 20 00, hcl frr tholre 22 00 to 22 50. Rod 21 00 to 21.75, medium 1150 to 20 75. cows good 1 25 to U.75, common to medium 18.50 to 18 00. cannert and cutters 13 50 to 14.73, old good bull sold Monday to 19.00. Replacement cattle active and stendy. Rood llRht feeder steers 22.00 to 24.00, Rood heavies 21.50 to 22.50, common to medium Blockers 18.00 to 21.50, veal calves odd good 30.50, common to medium 21.00 to 27.00. PRINCE ALBERT " PRINCE ALBERT Cattle re ceipts fairly liberal, trading brisk, prices steady. Early offer ings had a big percentage of good to choice feed lot steers which brought 22.00 to 22.80, medium killing steers 21.00 to 21.75, good butcher heifers 21.00 to 21.75, good cows 17.50 to 17.75. A couple of good heavy bulls 18.00. Replacement cattle still in strong demand with light yearling stocker steers making up to 24.00, and good feeder steers of heavier weights mostly 21.00 to 22.50. Good light stock heifers 18.50 to 20.00. SOUTH ST. PAUL SOUTH ST. PAUL. Minn. (AP). Cattle 4,500; calves 1,600; draggy trade on slaughter steers and heifers; prices on steers and heif ers steady to weak; cows fairly active and steady; bulls steady to .50 lower; good and low choice slaughter steers 25.50-27.50; good and choice heifers 25-27.25; utility cows 18.50-19.50; cutter and utility bulls 20.50-23. Vealers weak to 1 lower; slaughter calves steady; good and choice vealers 29-31. Hogs 13,000; barrows and gilts fairly active; fully steady; sows steady to strong; 1, 2 and 3 190- 240 lb. barrows and guts 15.50-16; t-fAT r I 441 . 14441 .4 I.,.. , .4 I.I . v .-4 4. . .44 ,-4 W44 tt t.4 1' . . tt -4 44.1 4-4 4 ( .4 4 - till ft .1 I 4 I ' 14.4 4.... .4 if. i..i r 1,441 14.4. 4 4 ....41 t-4" 4 l"4.44. 4-444 ,1441 14444 144 f.. .4-.4l Ml 4 V . a-..- hV.4 ... 4.-4 1-4 I, ...44. 1. t444 .4 .4444 ... K..4 4- 4 .,4.4-4. ( 14.4 t444 .3 444. . l4 4. . 4.4.1 4.4. .'.-41.44 A44l 444n .4 .44.. f t4.l4.f4.44! 44 -1 tv. I4V44. tit IX 44i.41 . (I4 .'14 annual report tabled In (he Com mon. Is bi"ing undertaken In view of the uncertainty of large mar. art for uranium In the United States after mld lD62. Officials of the trade depart ment now are holding talks with U.S. officials on future uranium purchases. American producers are arguing that U.S. production now is sufficient to meet domestic needs and that imports should be curtailed The company earned a profit of $4,649,033 on sales of uranium and isotopes In 1958, compared with $5,055,920 the previous year. The report said the company this year will conduct its first uranium exploration program since the early 1950s The exploration will be In the Great Bear Lake area in the Northwest Territories, site of the company's Port Radium uranium mine. Jt will continue over a three-year period over an area of 3,500 square miles at a cost of about $300,000 The annual report of Northern Transportation Limited, a subsid iary of Eldorado, said the company in 1958 earned a profit of $247,730, compared with $401,307 the previous year. t'fm-Tttf r'ATii or m'T A l 4i"4. Off 4.1 44.1. at 44 tf-.i! A-14.V. .44UIH. 444..II 44-1 U . W 4 Koit-l.l e k(4 t. !- Th l4-11.44I a."! mil h h.4 en Wt r-44)44. Mar n it t dim lii i-i 4i4l il IK. .4k.4i.in rur; tmn. i.irvl.lnl ana binlh.. lll. T l'litt4 A.4k4lrmll t l. 14. Mr. M llurti4 and Mra A 3 tu.v.n. bulb 01 V.nrui-r. ni ll4rn In t.indfin. Frtll.ed. Mr. Cut. (411.. la t .n.o. In 1410 Ha .ni OV4I4C44 Hh Ih. IJ-ri nan. lin Ulan lllara W.lrh and Mivrd lih Ih. Fli4l t n.din I'lvition M 4i 44ound.d and Invalid.d hmk lo Can-aria In 1917. iar.lvin hn di.hnti-Ih. tarna v.ar. Ha was a member ot b.4tb the Can.4iian t elon and the Army. Navy and Air force Veterans Aitoclatinn. Interment will lake plara In Ih Roidicrt' Field in Wnodlawn Cemetery. S-21-e Industrials Golds Base Meta's Western Oils 1 44 j . 4-7A inn IV.. t- 525 08 IIS .08 OUU 4.4V1VV IU4. 93 43 up .70 1.3BZ off 1.11 J ,k:.. Iicnic 126 50 off .59i"v v""'" 14.50; feeder pigs steady; good rnrNTttTHVT PASSING riF DONALn Chester Trench In his Mra year, oi Ixirehurn. Sk ., occurred grrldenlly on Sunday, May 24. 19'.. The funeral service" will be held on Thursday, May 28 at 2 30 p m. from the Loreburn United Church. Surviving art hit parents Mr. and Mrs. Hoy M French of l.nreburn; two sitters. Mrs. Rosemary Crooks of Lebret, Sank., and Mrs Eleanor Sel'enrlch of Wln-fleld SC.! two brothers. Floyd of Westbank B.C., and Lowell of Edmonton. Alta The late Mr. French was born at Loreburn. Joined the Canadian Army in February, 1944. and was discharged In June 1946 and during that time server! in tanaaa Fn.Unrf and F.urone. Interment will l.lc. nlnr-a In the fnmtlv plot in the Loreburn Cemetery. fark Funeral rhan.1 I. in chars, of arrangements. 5-27-c RATES GRADUATE PHARMACIST Required (or CALGARY DEPARTMENT STORE 43-Hour, 5-Day Week Generous Employee Benefits Please apply in person cr in writing to PERSONNEL OETICE EATON C a . A . A A "14 CALcaar CANADA Industrials Ba-ls UtiiiUea DOW JONES S p a. 6H 79 up .94 1 92 up .05 90 T2 off .12 BANK STOCKS TaeMav. May t, ! 11 a.aa. t. rimrrerea I-rceriAi Ir-c-erwl Fi.hu Vtv-ti.4! . M-nff. P;g.-;ta v3"a Scotie. S-Tti 1 9TSfI.I4gimS4m 74Sb TOO MS Most Active Stocks Mf ft ISf T.4,' 4.i M, tto T-w 114) W J. . . ft-setst Ki-irvi Cm S-.- . t -ti-i The fnllowin were the mot active stnrks on the Toronto Stock tjch.nge Vctiu-rie Clo4 23 .'3 Can Frtn 1 7 19 v Hd of Lakea 12 1 t t5- Fd-or 1 30 p.m 21 Tl a F-n 4 M a AtrKi 45 m 44 s.j-.r, j tj K "t CrH !- r. Mti i m i p4-4jj ir Jf.'it A fS t 4 i l i T 2 i ' y, -t u . v.1 T-3- 14 4-i ttaa I.r . .. . H Charge us 22 UP 1 4 uo 17 up H us 45 ni 1 elf 4 Ht 1-4 Star-Phoenix Want Ad Rates: Four Cents Per Word Per Day Six Consecutive Insertions for the Price of Five Minimum Count 10 Words Per Day Minimum Charge 40c Per Day Where 10 point or large type is desired by the advertiser the rate per word ts 8c per day. Minimum count 10 words. Figures in groups of five or less, dollar marks, initial letters, etc., count as one word. Where one line is set in 10 point and the balance set in ordinary classi fied tvpe the charge is 48c per line per day for the 10 point line. Where the use of a box number is desired count as four words extra. If replies are to be mailed to out-of-town points please add 10 cents to cover cost of postage. Cltv advertisers must pick up box replies at the Star-Phoenix office The Star-Phoenix assumes no respon slbility for error after the first In sertion. NOTICES nirtht. SI. 50. Marriages and Deaths. I Vemoriams. Engagements. Cards of Thanks, etc. Rates 2 00 per Insertion of 19 lines or less, extra line of live words each 20e per Una. WANT ADS ACCEPTED 1 30 a.m. to I p m. Daily Monday to Friday Deadline for cancellation of want ads ajn am day of publicatwin. CLOSED ALL DAY SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS 4-414 - , 4 t" ' 1 to P ). 4aM'- avf)4 i"-! 4 - W hi - a -j' ai-sj I fteat M- p atr, t1. t.fc jf t f -! I4.,lt4M W A War-i-ta) 4 U hu N"! U m,i la tr rh.i lKf , fSt V. it A9 . ( mt Sm .miMla, H , M i f ( 4 4v- te-tattltf, (ani tti ftath T1 - fiaaf sj' n4 h'ff JM't )Axixnt a fen in ti l'o. I- )tiir,ia t4 ffm q f f f in 1! 1 rtrr hmt fi(l4 $ oi. I.mir gf U f tr m fttmu-i lh rmitt mill W tf.f (1t la fnnri. 1 '". Iilinul tot burial III lh fTi. J',tf tl Vlili4-.il A Hil taaj t (iV'--- -.-f ! - t-a) ,ft ids. atalt i r.- ' mM ( t4i4AMti 44 -t rnwrn. t r tnk W-- fln "' m' 4 aWtA.r f( ft v S& 4 lara-t4-l l, a tm. tft ( TtA Si HAH A. iTli ftJ4 ffstttavtMt!,. faxtlf l 9 ! 1r Mftvtvr 4Mtfir 9p4 fviti mh, nur rh4ri it FUNERALS TA.XI DRIVEHij WANTED. Full or part time. Must know city. Apply Yellow Cab from 9.30 to 11.30 a.m. 4)14 FACKNIE THF. FUNFRAt. nFRVICF of llaiold Alnand.r farkm who dl.d on Mav 22. wat hrld lium Itar rie L'nilrd "hnrrh on Mav 2i al 2 p m , eonducied by Kev. T. Ptnrev ralllveaiets were I, Wilton, J. Lalna. J. Tvt4in, O. MrFarlane. A. LonB-worth I Hamilton, tlurial wat made In the Hunt C.metery. MrKatue'e Funeral Hum was In chaise of arrangements. ft-27-e Al'l) TO VOlH I.NC4IMR aflt, MawWiah's l.mout htmnhold n.r.4. S'tie. in foul . nata tlni. A 1.4V f iil-lim. city and rtnal di.trlrta .'4S open W rite W T Rawl.ish Co.. I trt . lnt CC-4M. Mi Heniy Ave. Win. nii.( 2. M.n S-27-c-s Medical Private Doctor and aurseon wanted for Wsldhelm Hoa.. nltal and Vlllaset of Walclhelm, Hrp. burn and rural diatrlrta. A efmd op- oortiinity 4ir a arariuale dnclor to ettabliih hlmielf W rite P P. Aliramt, Secretary-Manaser. Waldhelm nutiiiliil. a-e-D GIFFORD THF. FUNERAL SERVICE of Edward make (ililora who den on May 22. wat held from the cnapei of the Saikaloon Funeral Home on Mondnv, May 25 at S 30 p.m., conducted by Hrv. A. O. Elliot. Pallbearers were T. Proudfoot, O. Altken, R. A. Tvton. H. Van Dvrk. Fred Head, O Graham. Interment wat made in he Wnodlawn Cemetery in the fam ily plot, 6-27-c i-HTssirT TTHlt PARSING OF MRS Jane flesse 1 In her Hist year, oi 1212 Osier Street, Saskatoon, occur, red at Delisle on Monday, May 25. 1959. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, May 27 at 3.30 p.m. from Park; tunerai cnapei, con. diir-t. ri hv Rev. K. Beratanel Sur vivine ara one daughter. Irene of Maidstone. Sask.; lour sons. Gilbert of Windsor, ont.. jonn. ieon ana George all of Delisle; one brother .Ttir-lr nt fintarln; -six ffrandchildren .nrl tw,, iirpat.aran dlldren. The lnte Mrs. Gessell was born In the County of Middlesex. England, came to Canada in ihbo, ana was minira in 1900. They farmed in North Da-WMa until rnminff to homestead in the Delisle district, until moving to Waseca. Sask. in 1933 and six yean later retiring to Saskatoon. Mrs. Ges. sell was predeceased by her hus hand in 1947 and the following yea she made her home in Delisle until twn v.ar. a.o when the came to re side in Saskatoon. Mrs. Gessell was predeceased bv a sister, Elizabeth, and a son, Herbert. Interment will take place in the family plot in WnfMiliwn Cemetery. Courtesy park- ing north of the chapel, staff at. tendant. o-l- LEPAGE THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Andre Lepage who died on vny 22, 1939, wat held from St. Philip Koman catholic cnurcn at vonna on May 25 at 10 a.m., conducted by Rev. O Lacroix, P.P. Pallbearert were Charles Lepage Germain Lepage, Lionel Lepage. Lionel Florizone, Marcel Lepage, Pierre Lepage. Interment took place in the family plot in the Vonda Cemetery. Park Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. 5-27-c of! S DisDlav Advertising iso!EPiik c'f copy ACcrrf ANCi 1 il NOON DAILY A FOLLOW S V'vAY - 2r tH-te!' i P.r-er 3 ,," !t,' fe Tir s.v's Fr-44r 44- 1 F?N'vp4t F-"i. F4t7' t,ti s IT1-" f S.-V t 4 F44 e-'f S r- f.T f VHm F.?4- S f." AT tor lawm F JEWHURST THE PASSING OF FRED erick Jewhurst in his 83rd year, of 208 Avenue G. north, saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Friday May 22. 1959. The funeral service was held on Monday. Mav 25 at 2 30 p m. from Parx runerai cnao-M, con du-ted by Dean S. A. R. Wood Sur vivine it one brother. Clement, in England. The late Mr. Jewhurst was born in England and came to Canada 62 year, ago . aid for the oast 33 vears had residd In Saskatoon Pallbearers were G. Pcderwn. Kennev. N. Tavlor W. Pearaon In terment took nlare in trie fami plot in W'oodSawn Cemeterv 5-27 ADD TO FAMILY INCOME-TAKE OR. drre for Rawleigb Products fmm frlendt and neighbors. Full or part time. Phone t It 4-7451 130 7 30 lo arrange Interview, S-27-e-s YOUNG MAN TO OPERATE GAS pumps for summer. Evening hours only. Apply in person Dn 'N' Suds Canada Ltd , Economy Blng, downstairs, 8th St. and Clarence. 6-28-e Wanted Immediately One Journeyman sheet metal worker for thop layout work only. Thlt it a steadv job with top wapr-s, union rate. Annlv White'a Ltd 318 Avenue A. south. Ph. CH. 2-1 150. 5-29-e A SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE TO work 8 hours dally and 3 evenlnct weekly. $500 monthly, Give character references that will support above requirements. Box 69B Star-Phoenix. 3-27-c McCANN THE FUNERAL SERVICE of Caroline J. McCann who died on May 22. 19S9. was held from Third Avenue United Church on Monday, Mav 25, at 2,30, conducted by Rev. 'A. A. Hamilton. Pallbearers were C. Irwin, P. C. Hogle, C. Thode. R. Howes, T. W. Fawcett, C. O. Noyes. Interment took place in Woodlawn Cemetery. The Saskatoon Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. 5-27-c PRESSMAN, JOURNEYMAN. OR two-thlrder required for progressive weekly newspaper. Weyburn Review, Wevburn, Sask. S-28-e DAYTIME DRIVER WANTED AT TV Taxi. 113 20th St, west. 6-29-0 CU1.LIGAN SOFT WATER SERVICE lr.04 Broadway Avenue, nat openings for two top rate talesmen. Excellent opportunity for Intellectual men willing to learn the water conditioning business. All replies confidential. 5-28-e TRAQUAIR THE FUNERAL SERVICE nf w lam E. 1 raauair wno aien on May 22 was held from the Foote Copeland United Church near Dafoe on Mav 25 at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. D. Crichton and Mr. David Petrie. Pallbearers were David Blvth. Ron Waithman Dennis Laxdal, Ted Wnllnfn Gene MrClaren. Gordon Hamilton. The ushers were Carl Olafson and Bud Pollon. Burial was made in the family plot in the Cope-land Cemetery. McKague's Funeral Mnmi mi In charee of arrangements. 5-27-c IN MEMORIAM nnnvnc IN LOVING memory of our dear tatner ana granoiasuer who pasted away May zt, ii. If all Uie world were ours to five, We'd give It, yes and more. To see your loving smile again And greet you at our door. How oft there comes before ui Your dear face, kind and true. For death can never take away fhjr mmrjri44S of you. tv-44i reme-nbered and sad. 1 milled bv Mary. BiU and family. S-27-p JUDSON THE PASSING OF to ward Bingham, age ! years, of Wevburn. or cm r red suddenly In Va lejo. California on Friday. Mav 22 The bfidy will he tranrf erred WeTbur- 'fnr eejnal Mav 27 at S p m. frivm the cr-apei of CSeUnd an 5- 44-1 funeral H vrve. eor.d'jced Re. SKaun Herri. V. J-idanii p "tetead bv hm We th f" -r LJiae C i !n rn ur-!virt -. their th-ee urite;s, F"l' a" he al tpSim. Vt-s. A W. Mow. 'var'ise. E -?-44--.--i V p A T-.!T"4 'eTf4-lia?. .4W, i f-. -.44r--i'W4-i I-.r--4-l tr i t4-4 1 4-ce m t-e f - y E -o, K- '- Ceisetery. wj-. k-Tt4 EXPERIENCED BARBER TO WORK first chair in three-chair snop. Albert Barber Shop, 31 12th St. Phone WI.9-4233. 5-29-p LICENSED MECHANIC REQUIRED for General Motors dealership, situated 50 miles northeast of Calgary. Apply to Acme Garage, Acme, Alta. 6-29-0 WANTED, NIGHT PORTER BETWEEN age 40-55. single preferred, permanent position. Apply Resident Manager, K G. Hotel. S-l- WANTED ESTLMATER " DRAUGHTSMAN Capable of taking off accurate bills of materials and draughting house-plans. Wiil pay top salary to the right man. We have group medical and pension plcoi. Box 76B Star-Phoenix. (-1-4) N ASSERDE IN FOND AND LOV-Ine memory of a dear daughter and Miter, Cor.ni, Jean, wno pastes away May K, 1M. Our famuy circle has been bre-ken. A hrk fce f our chain: But though we re parted for a wh.'-e. We k"rm wen r-4j an-n Dav. o4 tdri4i ttj ii co-i-v. m Tm in ir7v-4 often f. Tor t&e wry keeps yofl trver near 1; Tfgh 4?-. ee-e vee ir V-j tv.-f r 51'" 4le-TT Mart- rta. Lu K.rc 1 ad Dmv a-rt-e EXPERIENCED MAJOR APPUANCE service man Apply, stating aalary expected, givlrg exrwrience and ref. e "nees. Cira.Hm Bro. , Roaetfwn, Sa.k. 2 TRAVEL WESTERN CANADA Ame-jraa fir i K4 I 3 . 1 ' e e--.fPf. f" ttrg.. 4nHtrg s-,t II W 31 fr-e ! IT4V144 Tfa-- 5i-.-i4w? fyr-..rd G44rM.44M ivsr.rv ta$ . Aver.ee ea - Irgt t"J 4.4..1 W M tlt 4H84T t4r44.rT. we t-til! a Are'T B in i ja sm. Jfa KS!ir.li.

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