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Canadian Jewish Leader Elected As Mayor of Saskatoon; Served Before

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Sidney Buckwold was elected mayor of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, according to election reports reaching here today. He had served as mayor from 1958-1964 and resigned then to make an unsuccessful try in the federal elections. His victory was a narrow one, defeating the incumbent mayor by a majority of 196 in a total poll of nearly 30,000. Mr. Buckwold has long been active in Jewish communal life.

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