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the unique agreement which was drawn up for the mini¬ medicare plan which now pro¬ vides coverage for 280,000 teople. TO COMMISSION The seventh —Gorton Hams of Koksttah — completed with honors three years at St.-Jean. “there was a complete Hi* white hair ctaae-cropped dislocation of the (Ad world ’* i m Aitary style and snaring an For Ruaeia, The First World Mo-dale bkie-striped shirt,'War waa an overwhelm tog I HE ALACRITY with which Premier Bennett ap¬ plauded the suggestion that the Pacific Great T ".astern Railway should make an the Cana¬ da .. But even if the suggestion by the mayor of Prince crty on the Prince Rupert waterfront, it will be a deal. Some 1 800.000 British Colum¬ bians will be affected by terms o? «• passenger tralas col¬ lided head oa l«* miles Mat of Bucharest, la addltlna. all of whom received eer cadets have reached mile- bachelor degrees, stones in their careers in the | armed forces Four Victoria officer cadets graduated from Royal Military College, Kingston, Ont, at the weekend, and two completed with honors fhree years of academic and military training at Le College Milltalre Royal de Saint-Jean m St.-Jean, Que. At the conclusion, Britain made available £350,000 reason* lot the independence conference towards a bu Bdm K program and "In 1932, I could see Hitter tlnlheld in London in November *6e company, Bookers. lewllng tonard the 19ffi ail thg parties to the ha " donated land fw the Mcrifice of liberty, toward new, conference declared ax their university «tyf. intent "That there should be an plated that the University wilt He could foresee in 1922 the end now to the communal into a relationship with coming of another massive war, I divisions by which Guyana has tbo University of the itest’ Ubiquitous PGE The kaau M heav Hy shaded, Uon which aligned bitter pbllti-'Prtx Jence. _1 ami national rivals on put aside for ever all prejudice between bauxite and aluminum) •alkup. on a garden gut before that, with the Century coming of The First World \'ar ■In 1914.