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With silver prices down and nickel prices up, May thinks it's a good time to move mining operations out to the Bass Lake property. To do so, the company will need to have their line of credit reinstated, which should only be a formality. For added insurance, May asks her old friend, Senator Carlisle Woodman who is now a board member with the Royal Dominion Bank, to use whatever influence he has to ensure the line of credit is approved. The senator is in town to help his son Maurice campaign, Maurice the Tory candidate running in the local federal by-election. Despite the senator's influence, Mr. Sainsbury still has the final say as District Manager, he who politely tells the senator to stay out of the business affairs of the bank. Against the wishes of Benjamin Kendrick, the local bank manager, Sainsbury declines the credit. Catching the senator in a white lie, May reevaluates her political friendships and her politics in total, especially when she speaks to the enthusiastic but self-deprecating Angus Hardy, the candidate for the newly formed Cooperative Commonwealth Federation (CCF). With the bank, May still has a few tricks up her sleeve, which are made all the more easy to implement effectively when Hub and Fat uncover Sainsbury's true motivations and his actions to implement his own plans. Meanwhile, the Sutton brothers teach the local children the skill of orienteering when a small child is lost. And Del has to make some tough decisions when Ollie lays him off due to lack of business at the garage. Grace wants to be part of the decision making. Although she may not be able ultimately to influence Del, Grace can at least make decisions which affect her own happiness.
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