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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 14, 1970, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free pre Day december 14, 1970 Toronto . Stocks distributed by up Toronto Stock Exchange dec. U quotations in cents unless marked 2-Odd let cd sex dividend Rex rights net change is from previous Board lot closing Sale. Industrials today s opening prices net s Ock sales High Low . Cage a c Abel Black 200 275 275 27s t 5 Abi Tibi 3090 iss 8aa 8vi i 500 10 l Tsvi 8u 215 s6 s 6v2 600 if 49v4 3j 3000 s23 j 23 b i 750 29 -29 1000 is i in an u 623 26 121 s Acklund 2p acres Ltd Alta Gas t Alcan Alcan or ago cent Algoma St alumni or Aquitaine Asbestos Atco ind at sugar at Sug a at Sug w Auto hard Bahama Bank Mil Bank n s bar Taco Beaver l Bell Canad Block Bros bomb Der Amalea Bra scan by pack a 210 s16 by pack b 220 s15 450 15% 15% 26va la i a 300 200 7 4 is 275 14 14 700 225 225 225 1050 s9 a 9 a v 3 100 23 23 23 3625 is 185 20 a 20 a 1000 6% 500 133-4 1334 a 933 s45% 45% 453a a 100 370 370 370 25 s14 a 14 a 14 a 1100 370 365 370 1949 16v2 1654 16 16 15 15 Stock Hunter d Huron Eri husky Oil husky d w Ilasco Imp Oil no Nie Dirac Ltd a Ltd w Inland Gas 1020 lilt int util int div into ice pipe w in apr Oiesel inv Gap a inv Gap 5 p sales High Low . Cage 470 s9h 9 o i at 270 s18 a 18 s 260 s13tb 135-0 13 a 300 730 730 730 8309 20 855 16% 16- a a 170 635 635 635 10 a a 321 321 i 3047 s48 47 .1? is Stock Camlo Cam Chib Camp re c Tung a i c Jamieson 4 Cassiar cent Pat Chemaly Chimo Columb m contest cop f by sugar 157 16vj a a Mph 4.84 300 s17v2 17vi 17 a Burns ads 400 so s 8 8 of cad Dev 100 cad Dev b p 100 18 Calgary p 1020 263i 26 i i cd sugar 50 s32v j 32vz a can Cem l 225 37% 3758 c or West 300 175 175 175 5 can Perm 900 so l can brew 1775 s7v4 7v s 7vt it can can a 600 400 400 400 5 cd invest 100 s54v1 5-1 a s4vt c Hydro 475 15% it c Imp Bank 1695 19% 19% vib c ind Gas 2595 11 a 11 v cil 100 Sio a 10 a 10 a c Marconi 100 290 290 290 5 ids Ltd Iva co Inri Jefferson Jeffersn w Kaiser re Kaps Tran Koffler Labatt Lau Fin Leigh inst lob co a lob co b Loeb m Maclean h my Ltd Agnason Marlboro mass Fer me pc me pc abet Trust micros of Molson a Moore nabs dig Neonen i Noranda nor Chi g newest h Oil Patch of ind 1025 s35ia t a j Craiget 3co 180 180 180 31116 26 a 11 100 13% 103 s3u 8 j 200 a 300 s18 18 18 1320 140 135 140 5 100 8va 235 a z35 220 220 220 200 7v 7v a 1650 s9% 9? a a 103 10 10 400 s20v 20 a 20vj it 100 6vt 6v4 a 591 be 100 480 480 480 700 480 480 480 5 800 360 360 360 m 5 100 Mava 1450 26% 26% 300 z25 485 485 485 1400 9% 93.4 i zoo 55 5 5 300 140 140 140 250 s15% 153-4 1600 455 450 450 1000 Aii 2405 33v s 33 a 250 12 12 400 295 290 290 1 100 28% 28% it 6750 14 a 100 460 460 460 5 100 315 315 315 770 s a a up inv prep inv w car car s3. Or can tire can tire a c Uil ties can Ron Capit div Cara chem cell Chrysler chum b Clairton Columbia Columbi p Cominto 825 s25 a 25 a 25 a a 850 500 490 Sou 1605 s68v2 i 750b 45 29 29 a 845 27 it 500 31% is 100 513% 13% 13% v3 200 200 85 85 85 2 5% 5% a 600 450 445 445 5 140 28 a it zoo s6 a 6 a 6 a 100 35 35 35-1-4 1300 6vt z50 17 17 505 23 23 c Holiday i z35 7% 7% Compro 310 200 200 200 5 compute 100 475 475 475 conduits 100 300 300 300 con Bath 1158 10% it con Bath p 100 s15sa 15% vib con disturb 200 20 20 cons Gas 532 18% 14 control f 200 150 150 150 Corby it 400 21 21 Cornat ind 1000 115 115 115 5 Cratl life 300 22% 23 crush into Cummngs Cunnyham cygnus a 1025 14 a i 250 13% 13% 100 59 9 9 200 5va sva d l Distl sea 425 s50vs 50 a 50 a Donasco Dom store Dom tar Dupont Dalex d a econ inv Al Fin electro Ltd Erie d Erie d a Falcon fam play f play w fed farm finning t Csc g p mfg a 1055 a 23 it 700 1110 s1 a 1000 13% 13% 260 380 380 380 320 s12 12 12 a Ull 100 6% 6% w Pacific Gen Star l z100 760 s20v2 -20 a 20 a 100 200 743 144 144 200 so b 10% to is is Sec list below. 200 140 160 160 100 130 so i 80 100 45 Goodyer it go Power Gow cd b Gulf can Halifax d h group Harvey f s Hawker or Home a h Bay co z5 83 735 18 325 17v2 t 100 45 9u 83 18 500 is 9 2co 145 100 100 70 300 190 z20 s50 19 19 145 145 5 n 11 u 70 70 190 190 i 49 a 560 27 i 750 he Oil Gas 1051 he Oil g or 75 355s 35% Oshawa a 1017 Sio a Lov a Iva a Oshawa w z8 160 160 160 Pac Pete 600 27 a Pembina 500 23% 23% it pow corp 700 5 a of v4 pow c 5 or 1100 8% Price com 450 8% 8% rank org 2100 s16 15% 16 readers d 200 6% 6% Reed Oslo 225 19 19 Reichhold 100 6% 6% Redman a 504 18 18 Riv yarn 180 100 100 100 Rothman 100 Sio a 10 a 10 a Rohm s p 200 16 16 Royal Bank 4486 22% 22% Royal test 357, 27 a 27 a 5 skin tie 200 450 450 450 -10 Shaw pipe 235 9% 9% Shell inv p 400 s3254 32v? 32% v Shuli inv w 108 s14v4 14va v Shell can 306 32 a v Simpson s 300 21% 21% slate walk 300 400 400 400 steel can 1300 25% Steinb a 100 i Ster Trust 200 6% 6% v. Sup test of z20 46 46 j z Texaco 2680 s27 a 27% it Thorn nes 625 20 a 20 a Craft 500 a Tor do by 3110 to a trader 65 w z50 77 77 77 trader 69 w 550 245 245 24s to can pm 515 3ivt 34 a to car a or Al 65 a 65 a to can p w z50 s12 n 12 trans it 520 s19 a Triec cup 2100 135 130 135 tru Wall 300 210 210 210 in Gas 1700 15% Vic g to 1900 21 21 i walk g w 749 40 40 West St 1900 19% 19% w can seed 1400 380 370 370 -25 100 5 s 5 800 15% 15% d Aragon d Elda Denison Dicknson Donalda dynasty Endako Goldray Gold rim Gran Droy Granduc Gran Isle Gunnar headway Hollinger huds Bay int Mogul sales High Low . Cage 700 250 246 250 300 615 615 615 100 27 it 300 201 201 201 i 1 1100 159 155 159 r 7 "700 23 a it 400 250 250 250 700 145 145 145 3 900 162 160 162 2 6500 82 80 100 995 995 995 -30 12066 180 180 180 200 875 375 875 d i 503 24 24 24 157co 114 102 105 9 355 s24 a 24 24 500 125 125 125 1 1500 21 a 21v a 500 560 555 560 900 a 614 96 96 3000 25 25 25 3000 20 20 20 1600 450 640 650 100 10 1000 115 115 4 3000 s a 8 a s a 100 s3s a 35 a it 1299 19% a 700 10 a 10 a Stock sales High Low . Cage Preston 150 775 775 775 q Matt gel 4700 37 Ray Rock 100 121 121 121 1 Rio Algol 296 o Rio alg c w 125 58 58 roman 2225 665 660 665 5 satellite 1000 1u m 2 la a i Sherritt 2220 516% 16% to Silver folds 100 150 150 150 Silva a 1000 36 36 36 Steep r 250 245 245 245 Teck Cor a 560 610 610 610 Tex Mont 100049 49 Tex Ore 3000 27 27 27 to Bill 1000 76 76 76 2 trl bag z50 80 80 80 trin Chib 500 12 12 12 u asses of 200 330 330 330 Upp can 300 206 206 206 Urban q 2000 9vi 9 a 9 a West mine 200 350 350 350 Wilco 1503 37 35 3000 138 138 138 1000 18 a i 9200 95 92 by Gene Fawcette would you believe 7d different to channels transmitted together without radio owes a new system can do just that on a single laser beam of Green Light modulated Bya Micro Waves Barrier. Willroy win eld Yukon c int Robaska 2200 34 34 34 White Pas mines net Slock salts High Low . Cage a c Hame Gas 3500 10 10 10 Adana m 600 250 210 240 Alnico Soo 21s 214 216 1 Allied eng 200 100 100 100 1 Ang Ruyn 2000 53 53 Ang Sudev 1500 65 64 ban Keno 1500 435 430 435 5 a our 10000 10 10 10 Betlem 710 Black Bay zoo 999 Bra can f 200 145 145 145 of 5 55 55 Foj i Cam mine 2000 26 26 26 Viso Joliet Jowsey Kenn hold Kerr add k Anacon Kirk towns l Shore Leitch Lytton m Lytton r Madeline Matt Ami Maybrun me Adam me Intyre Goldvug n Imperial Noble m e North Gat Ope ska Patino Pato pee exp Pine Point Placer 1600 177 175 177 1 1 n 2000 21 21 21 z333 34 34 34 3000 18 18 18 1 355 945. 940 940 5 283 22 22 n 1000 30 30 z40 300 300 303 400 152 152 152 4 400 260 258 260 oils 4100 Vivi 800 300 300 300 131 23v4 it 2000 13v2 it 500 65 65 710si50 1000 7 7 100 207 207 207 2 4600 330 310 310 see list below. 400 850 850 850 o 2. 100 950 950 950 5 100 s30 30 30 it 250 750 750 750 1000 72 72 120 31 a 31 it it 540 s31 31 31 it Bonds Toronto quotations for Friday dec. 11, provided by the in vestment dealers association of can Ada Canada and guaranteed 6 1 april 1971 1 april 1971 5 1 june 1971 8 1 june 1971 6 a 1 october 1971 8 1 october 1971 6 15 december 1971 1 april 1972 6 Al april 1972 1 september 1972 7 1 february 1973 7 1 aprill973 july 1973 i july 1973 1 october 1973 1 december 1973-94 i april 7 15 june 1974 8 1 october 1974-86 1 april 1975 1 october 1975 it 1 april 1975 1 july 1975 bid ask 100.05 100.30 100.10 100.35 99.75 100.00 101.10 101.35 100.50 100.75 101.90 102.15 100.60 100.85 102.30 102.55 101.40 101.65 98.20 98.50 103.60 103.85 103.80 104.05 102.65 102.40 102.75 103.00 .99.15 99.40 102.30 102.70 103.7s 104.25 103.00 103.50 107.00 107.50 100.50 101.00 96.75 97.75 103.00 103.50 103.50104.00 net Stock sales High Low . Cage a Alt East g 1200 520 520 520 5 Alminer 100 600 600 600 Samera 100 sit i 14 a Banff 446 13 13 blog 625 555 555 555 Brazlor of 700 184 180 184 4 is Pete 1000 500 495 500 is Pete w 140 283 288 288 8 c Dehi 200 370 370 370 c sex Gas 3500 410 405 405 5 c Home std 550 705 690 695 5 can sup 0 500 s37% 37% it Ensign Oil 1600 240 240 240 Francana 100 37s 375 375 or Plains 1000 31 Vogt coils is 100 380 380 380 Houston 0 500 215 211 211 8 int helium 1000 20 20 20 m 2 Nat Pete 700 380 375 380 Northly 300 101 101 101 1 Perm z200 72 72 72 place g 1200 122 122 122 1 pesto oils 266 175 175 17s 5 Ranger 255 s13 a 13v4 a Siebens 5700 800 800 800 Spooner 2300 201 199 199 2 Syracuse 6400 325 315 32s total pet 500 695 68s 695 5 in Bata r 3320 425 415 415 u Canso 200 400 400 400 5 Ulster pet j400 247 242 247 3 w Denalta 2050 645 640 64s primary distribution the shares of the following companies May be considered As being in primary distribution through the facilities of the Exchange pursuant to a statement of material fact. E previously issued shares. F play w 300 140 140 140 5 Norle be 1000 33 sit i Mckenzie seed shows dramatic turn around fax computer data to be sent 70 your Home to Ollain address u Lor lurch to inform lion. Send Mufti Tui Anutt envelope to new i Audi Wadi Misi. Junes Street West. Monticia Federal Grain Federal Grain Ltd. Of Winnipeg has reported earnings of or 68.5 cents a com Mon share for the latest 12- month period ending oct. 31, compared with or 6j.5 cents a common share for the same period last year. In a news release accompany ing the quarterly report the company said net earnings for the three month period ending oct. 31 amounted to or 20.2 cents a common share. The report said the 12-month figures provided a More accurate reflection of the company s operations because first Quarter results were affected by Large unseasonal Grain movements. A provincially owned seed company celebrated Centen Nial year by recording a dramatic turn around in its business operations after four consecutive years of deficits totalling Industry and Commerce minister Lea Evans said the Brandon based company a. E. Mckenzie co. Ltd. Under a new Board of directors m a r k e d up a modest surplus with More to come after serious operating losses since 1965. Annual losses were in 1966 in 1967 in 1968 and in the 14-month period ending october 31, 19s9. In a Friday evening address at the annual ban Quet of Mckenzie seed employees. Or. Evans also revealed that an american company had offered to Purchase the seed company with the likelihood of trans Ferring its operations out of Brandon and the province in two years. This said or. Evans was refused partly because i am an economic nationalist and partly because i have enough Confidence in Mani Toba to believe we Are Capa ble of promoting and devel Oping a few industries of our the upswing in business operations he said bore out this belief. The Mckenzie seed firm is die second largest Garden seed firm in Canada. Founded by or. A. E. Mckenzie in 1906, the com Pany came into provincial ownership in 1945 when or. Mckenzie willed his owner ship to the province in re turn for a government guar Antee of financial support to Brandon College now bran Don University. When or. Mckenzie died in 1964 the company was in a sound financial position but suffered reverses in intervening years. Or. Evans told employees that the company bad improved its position to such a degree that they could expect a 33-per-cent wage increase Over the next five years. Mckenzie seeds employs 125 people most from the Brandon area. Emphasizing the degree of business recovery the minister said that although this year s expected net profit of was modest it was in Sharp contrast to the losses suffered in the four previous years. Judging from the com Pany s Success in the past year my chief claim to Fame May Well be my a i u december 1975-8-85 105.75 104.25 5 a 1 april 1976 a 1 june 1976 1 september 1977 i 15 january 1978 11 july 1978 3 a 1 october 1 february 1981 1 August 1980 a 1 september 983 h 1 january 1985 1 october 1987 1 june 1981 i 1 May 1990 1 september 1992 a 1 october 1995 or 5 is May 1977 1 february 1981 1 january 1985 1 october 1987 perpetual a 95.7s 96.25 85.00 86.00 101.00 101.50 81.2s s2.25 104.50 105.50 75.00 76.00 75.00 77.00 88.00 89.00 77.75 78.75 84.jo 6.50 75.00 77.00 77.00 78.00 77.2s 78.25 80.25 81.25 88.25 87.00 89.00 76.00 78.00 8j.oo 86.00 74.50 76.00 35.00 -j2.co store for rent Square feet in s Crossroads shopping Centre Contact w. Holz 424 Portage ave. Phone 943-2961 j corporations abit is sept. 1987 abit 1 april 1990 Alta g 9n is june 1990 Asbestos 9-i.i is july 1990 83.00 85.00 102.00 104.00 102.00 104.00 101.00 103.00 Bell c 8 1 May 91.50 100.50 Bell c 9 15 january 1989 104.00 106.00 by Sug 9vj 15 sept. 1987 100.50 102.50 by Tel 1 april 1990 103.50105.50 Bell c 939 14 aug. 1990 car s is May 1977 10150104.50 s8.2s 90.25 car 8n 1 nov. 102.00 104.00 c c lat 9v3 is oct. 1990 c p s l 9 1 april 1990 Oom tar a i 1 april 1987 100.00 102.co 99.50 101.50 77.50 79.50 weekly Bonds Market Toronto up prices moved fractionally higher in moderate trading on the Cana Dian Bond Market this week. Short term issues were Gener ally unchanged while mid and Long term Bonds gained about one eighth of a Point. The corporate sector of the Market Rose about one Quarter of a Point. Prices were fractionally higher monday and tuesday then dropping lower for two consecutive sessions and closed higher Friday. Northern and Central Gas floated a new Issue mid Way through the week totalling million. The Bonds which carry a per cent Coupon were 20 year sinking fund debentures dated 1991. They sold at to yield 9.68 per cent. Canadian Pacific railways came to Market with a million Issue late thursday. The Bonds an 8% per cent Issue were dated 1992 and sold at Par. Polaroid investigates s. African operations by Joyce Egginton to graphs for identification Pas. Mortgage funds available on commercial Industrial and apartment properties in major centres in Manitoba. Also available interim Loans. Contact the Branch manager at 234 Portage Avenue Winni Rew phone 947-0631 eat a 831 15 july 100.50 102.50 g m a c 8u 1 june 1974 97.00 99.00 Gulf b i 1 dec. 1989 101.00 103.00 _ r Guif s b is sept. 1975-8v2-90101.25103.25 Canadian Industrial and Ebay a 9vi 1 March 1989 103.00 105.00 Oil Ltd. 5 a per cent pad. 2 Imp Oil 8v, 15 aug. 19j9 101.00 103.00 Ord Der 18 int Nick 9 i i oct. 1990 102.00 cents. Jan. I record acc. Is. 102.50 100.00 101.50 99.50 101 to 102.00 101.50 100.25 102.25 102.00 104.00 new York special owns four workers at the Polaroid corporation two of them Black two White have left their company s Headquarters at Cambridge Massachusetts on an unusual Mission to South Africa. In response to demonstrations by a Small organized group of Black militants at the factory the four have been Given carte Blanche by their management to investigate Polaroid s Trade in South Africa and to deter mine whether it is advancing the cause of apartheid. Unexpectedly the South african government is reported to have promised the four Blacks included full Freedom to make their investigation. This rare response of a corporation to a minority demand was explained by Polaroid s manager or Community affairs Robert Palmer we regretted the demonstration but we did feel that the protesters raised systems. This machinery is used throughout the world in making passes for the military hospitals government offices and Banks. We understood that it was limited to this use in South Africa. However we recently discovered that some of our film has found its Way into the government s pass Book since the protest of two months ago Polaroid has with drawn its expert of All identification systems and film to South Africa but is continuing its Sale of other goods. After some thought however the management of Polaroid which has pioneered in Job training for Black people in slum areas around Cambridge decided that this May not be enough. It appointed a racially mixed committee of 17 to examine the question of exports to South Africa and to decide whether valid questions. We have never dealt directly wit i uie government of South Africa but have done All our business there through a private distributor. This business which amounts to Only about one half of one per cent of our total Trade has included the Sale of Sun glasses lenses cameras and machinery to make u c h sales arc important whether they Are encouraging apartheid whether the withdrawal of Polaroid from South Africa would create further repression or ease it. The committee voted to Send a delegation to South Africa to find out. At company expense the four Are empowered to investigate All their employers activities in South Africa. When they return Polaroid has promised to pub Lish their recommendations and to act upon them. Even More unusual than the Polaroid action is the fact that the South african government ointment of this company s Board of he declared. Or. Evans reported there were Strong indications of even greater Success for the company. According to a five year projection we can expect to record a 33-per-cent in crease in sales in the com ing year the increase will be with roughly annual increase for each of the remaining four he noted that sales of packaged Lawn grass will Likely increase by about Over the next five years a 20-per-cent in crease from to the projected As a re sult of an intensive Adver Tising and sales promotion program. We expect that in the next five years Gross prof its will Rise by some 20-per cent As a result of higher sales volumes As Well As an anticipated improvement in the Gross profit percentages which should be achieved t h r o u g i greater efficient he termed the company a team Effort employing the resources of government the abilities of private entrepreneurs and a dedicated staff and work Force. The Board of directors which effected the Success Ful turn around in the com Pany s operation is headed by Alex v. Cham who is also chairman of the Board of Cham foods and a director of the Manitoba development corporation. M e m b e r s include mrs. Kathleen Roberts of bran Don daughter of the late or. Mckenzie g. Marley Young associate professor Plant science department University of Manitoba Joseph d. Campbell associate professor Plant science de nol Only granted uie four visas i apartment. U. Of m. Robert but also promised the Polaroid team full Freedom to travel where they choose. I Leon t. Nelson president of the Boston chapter of the National association for the advancement of coloured people described this As interesting and probably he added one Well re members the refusal of the South african government to Grant a visa to Tennis Star a thur Ashe or to allow Albert Luthuli the right to travel to Stockholm to receive the Nobel peace a. Clement q.c., senior partner. Clement Pearson and Williams Keith s. Mit Chell president of Western motors Brandon Timothy Sumida president of t. K. Sumida associates limited Brandon professor George f. Macdowall head of eco n o in t c s department at Brandon University George a. Skinner a Winnipeg con s u 11 a n to and David m. Of dodgers acting chairman and general manager of the Manitoba development corporation. Ind a 9 c 15 oct. 1992 i Labatt 1 sept. 1990 Vlass of is june 1910 mar Tel 9 i 1 june 1990 no Tel o i 1 june 1990 Noranda is oct. 1990 n cent 9v? 2 july 1991 nor Ericc 9vi 30 april1990 101.00 103.00 fld t a t 15 May 1990 100.50 Cue t is april 1991 100.00 Simps is Dee. 131.00 103.00 Sears a 1 feb. 10w 103.00 105.00 traders is May 1975-90 99.50 101.50 j j traders 2 nov. 1975-80 100.00 102.00 7r Cpl 10 20 june 1990 102.00 1w.oo t be is april 1990 104.50 105.50 alts t 8 is sept. 1974419 101.00 102.00 f c 1 june 105.00 am f c tit 15 March 1993 90.00 by h is 18 april 1991 Man t 8 is sept. 1974-89 Man t 7 15 feb. 1993 Man h 9 1 april 1990 fld 9 i is aug. 1990 is 9 2 july 1994 is pow 9 1 aug. 7975-90 not i 15 oct. 1783 is ? i is july 1990 out is oct. 19ss on 7 15 feb. 198s on h 1 1976 ont h 8 7 1 dec. 1994 ont h 9 30 199s ont h 9 1 feb. 1995 Pei it 15 March 1990 owe. I 1 oct. 1978-9-ss Quebec 9v 1 oct. 1995 out 1 oct. 799s h 1 feb. 7975-93 sask t 1 1987 7u is aug. 1988 solar color swpogt2 business for Sale to Settle an estate thriving volume bakery business in North Western Ontario. Volume approx. Would include business land building modern equipment truck modern House also for Sale. For full particulars or further information write . Box 844 Winnipeg Manitoba attractive tax write off investment Opportunity in residential properties. Cash to mortgage s4.000. Tax write off for appointment Only phone b. Lerner 474-2426 office parties Xmas parties new years parties champs offers full catering services featuring Kentucky Fried Chicken dinners Cole Slaw French Fries Rolls and waitress service upon request. Bulk of Dan a specially Large or Small Call your nearest champs location and ask for the manager. 72.00 74.00 100.00 102.00 84.00 j6.00 i 105jo 101.00 102.00 10100 i 102.60 104.00 j 102.00 104.00 i 74.00 78.00 81.00 90.00 101.50 103.00 j 100.50 102.00 704.00 705.00 106.50 108.50 100 to 102 to 101.00 k3.w 99.00 101.00 180.50 w140 102.00 80.00 90.00 a Ligands 15 jute 1988 Asa g 7vz 1 feb. 1990 Block by. 4% is act. W8s on s1? 1 feb 7985 Hixa 7 1 Aoril 1987 peace Riv tvs 15 res. 1983 Scurry r t 1 Way 7988 Sajtos 15 oct. 7933 try s 1 dec. 59s9 Coas to 5-3 1 a 19ss c 7100 773.00 123.00 70.00 80.00 93.co 45.00 75.001 33.09 35.00 91.00 74.03 i s8.00 on h3 3kw s most Active Tot nto stocks s -5 is k Canadian club. At Home around the world

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