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ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, rUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1955
(Price 1) cenls)
Charles Hutton & Sons
Death Toll· Passes ·1600
In North African ". Riots
Pres. Eisenhower Reprisal Action
Spearheads Help By Fren,ch
ThousClnds Of Pdsoners Ca.ptured
For Flood Areas
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CASABLANCA-CP-:-The French turned tanks, jet
DENVER-AP-President Eisenhower will fly over· planes and foreign legionnaires loose on rebel trouble
flood ravaged regions of six eastern states today and then . areas in Algeria and Morocco .Monday in reprisal for
hold an emergency re1ief conference at Hartford, Conn., week.endblood.letting that left 1,600 dead with the toll
in the heart of the stricken area.
still rising.
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The president himseUannounced Nine suspected rebel hideout vii· cleanups but reports stili arrive
his plans to r,eporters at the sum· lages in Algeria were emptied and such as riots at the .seacoast porta
mer White House and also called razed by artil~ry, Heavily armed of Safi Bnd Mazagan In MQroect
on the nation to "pitch in and help" legionnaires, under jet fighter where 14 persons were reportld
the American Red Cross raise I cover,. started a house to hous~ .kill1!d.
•disaster relief fund,
cleanup of Oued Zem, scen~ of the TWO BAnALlONS ARRIVE
F.cderal funds-;-to the extent de· week·end's..worst massacre m Mor· Tw
inforcing Frencll battal.
sCTlbed by presidential ~ecretary occo.
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a blank eheck"-have been made or questioned is unknown but the Le Bourg~t airport In Pa
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available for .relief work through figure runs to thousands through. busy 10adIDbg j~epsi and ~~~~a,;
the civil dcfence administration,
out North Africa.
weapons .a oar ~ anes
Eisenhowcr was scheduled to ny DUVAL DIES IN CRASH
Morocco and AIg!ers.
cast overnight aboard his private To the sotheast of Qued. Zem.
I~As ,a jre~aut~~l!a~ em~asur~
plane Columbine III
th~ commander of French troops po ICC m., aTlS p m r
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DeRING t le o\'ernor General's visit to St. John's he is guest pf Government House. Yesterday at noon the,
states, which has caused n~arly tll"O companions when hi~.· Ii~ht .Amld the tensIOns cau~ed by the
Daily News visited Gover!1ment House and took a pictUl'e of the official party. Shown are, front row; left to right:200 deaths and made nearly 35,000: plane crashed and burned, The; VIOlence, Frcnch Premier ~dgar.
:,Ir. Lionel r,1assey Secretary to the Governor General' His Honour the Lieutenant GO\'el'l10r of Newfoundland Si;'
families homeless.
I crash
occurred in Ihe arca \l"her~i.' F~Ul'e and. ~h,~ gOI·er.~me~t com·
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rebel tribesm~n fled afler Ih~ mas· mltt~~ of file . ~'~t \\I~h 1> oroccan
1.. C. Outerbll ge, Mrs. LIOnel Massey, HIS Excellency the Govelllor General, Rt. Hon. Vmcent Masse), La ~ I
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I The pl'esident will confer In his; sacre at Oued Zen!.
Ilcaders at Alx·l!!s.Bams on the
Oll\cl'bridge. Second row:-Colonel J. Crawford Capt Adam Butler, aide·de·camp·in·waiting; Wing Command· I NIAGARA - ON· THE _. plane with gOl"ernors, 01" their rep.1 As . reprisal measures fell on; Fra~co.Swis" border in a.n cHort
CI' F. W. Russell ·Honol'arv Aide.de.camp' H. H \Vinter aide-de.camp· Mr. Esmond Butler assistant to Mr. L. i LAKE, ant. - CP - Lunch, resentatil'cs, from the flood· hit the nati~'e populations, tension! t? fmd a ~Ioroecaln so.luho.n. Thhe .
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.\I~,;sc,\", LIeutenant H. D. W. BrIdgeman, RCN. alde.de.camp·IIl·W1IJtlllg,
I flc\\ bcfOle .the \\ III S Mon· I which he will fly. North and South cities. New,;papers publishcd pre.! 10S·year.old Grand "lZler. ~pokes· .
I day at the \\'orlcl Scout Jam· I Carolina, to the 50uth, anrl al>o viously supporlcd details o[ brutal.; ma~'at Ihe parleys for the 5haky
borce accompanicd bv a I storm ral'agcd. will scnd represent· ities over the wcekend and author.: regIme of Sultan Ben ~!oulay
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ities feared possible spontaneous I Mafa,
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, all (ca 0 cam as, cu, erJ ,. Eisenhower said the federal ~o,·. reprisals bl' any of the confliclin~1 The Ai:t • les • Bains lalk~ art
and dignity.
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A late.mol'l1in;: storm bl~w up; full extent with the Red Cross and, ate.
: ate rC5ulls ar,~ nnt expected ~I~C'
I. suddenl,· from Lake Ontario. aC·1 other relief a,!!cncics,
I Since the oUtbrcaks he~an Sat· tilt: talks are mer~ly " fact·rindln;:
I companied by 30. mile· an· hour The Red Cross has allocalcd: urday the clashcs hal'e fanen oil! mission on the part of the French
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52,000,000 .[or relief work and is to Hlorauic encounters and French: go\'ernmcnt,
Lord Rowalhln. luncheon pICS! oper"ting 107 shellers. housing and
----------of Jackson. Dodds, depllt~· chief feeding 12,000 homeless' and pro·
inslcad. A baron ol beef is tWI!
scoul' ol Canada, ami six other viding clothing '[or all who necd it.
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loins 01' sirloins nol cut at tfl8
,guesls had their tent ca\'c in upon
E, Roland Harriman, Red Cross
backbone.
·lhein.·A cnmplieac\quartei·s state· cha~r.man •. estiriiilfed· that 8.000
BLGUuEes'BtsLOI·nOvDI·t·eGd·UlEo,~ThSelp Marg.
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mcnt said: "Al! the gentlemen set families would need Red Cross
to worIr putting up the tent again." aill after the emergency.
aret celebrate her 25th birthday
The 11,000 scouts throughout the . :J'he president had planned to In· I
included the first 9~a lord, Admile.square campsite shared thcir terrupt hisv~acation in the R o c k i e s '
. miral Ear I )!ountbatten. th"
lot. The scouts' mess ·shelters were by going to Washington today and
BALl,ATER, l'icot[i:nd, (CP)-, dukc', unclc. and Countc.s~ )loun!open.sided allowing gusts to drivc to Philadelphia Wednesday.
Rain ~[onclay night washcd out an: batteu. who flew up for the occa·
,through, mting tablc.cloths and He moved his dcparlure up 12 outdoor Iwl'bccllc and Princc:<s: sion,
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: ('olltents high in thc air. ortcn c1ri\'· hours to make the flood area SUI'. ~largaret's dcla.,·cd· bil'lhday ccl, Other~ were the Du1\e and Dueo·
ing thcm ou! into the npcn, l~l)'ing ,·cy and after the confcl'cncc in cbration 1105 held indoors al Bal·· e,~ of Gloucester, Prince ~ficha,"1
; sailccl's bccamc rc:dilico.
Harlford will resume his juurney m(ll'ol Castlc.
; of Kenl. Princc George and Prin·
BONN'-AP-Chancellor Konrad Adenauer ha~ quiet·
as planned.
A baron IIf beef. pCI'sonally, crs.< Sofie of Hanol"cr. the master
selected by the Duke of Edinburgh, of Elphin~tune Cllargarct'~ COli·
, STUDY SCOUT EXILES' PLEA
put
on the speedy buildup of,thene\\' Wcst!
whicll I\"a~ tn ha'·~ bcen roasted! 5in) ami the Han, Dominic Elliott,
I ;llnj.·Gcn. Dan C, Spry of Liln·
on a stc~1 spit. appcar~d as roa;;ts: son of the Earl of ~Iinto.
. don, Eng .• director of world scout·
Responsible government officials
lng's International hureau, saId in
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laid ~Ionday he has adopted a
an interview sympathetic .. eonsiC\·
c,raUon Is being giv~n to. admit:
"waitr~~~~!:~'ll~U~ie!?w:rr~i~
ling boy scouts now In eXile,
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GAZA-Reuters-Two Egyptian soldiers were killed
The scouts, exiled from Poland,
ministers confer·
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lind four injured in the second of two clashes Monday tl\e Uk.rainc, Lat~·ia.
Llthuama. Ruthcma nnd Hungar)·.
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between Egyptian and Israel forces, ending an. uneasy hal'e formed associalinns in Ilwir
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·shing Bonn.~losco\\' dlplo.
WON'T" ESTER C~E swm
truce ·which settled Qvet· t e trou e GazlI 01' er area nc\\'
the intcl'nationill assoeiation, re.lwu.car fl·,·~ght 11·3111 plll\\Cll Into a
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relalion> and the outlook for· WINNIPEG (VI')-Kalhie ~lc[n· in June.
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Wlwn ·Ihe fi!·.l clash !l1'CUl'I'Cll,
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til I'llte :IS Hnc "tHUlit 1')''' .," tlll.·J JIII:IIl~ lII~n." uthl'I.;. '
I :11 e:1 COli II t I'le:';--Inl"! lid Illg C:lllad,,· - ,I wIVed :1 ' sll'll: n:t:
i·,"~ of unit)" al Iheil' con· persull til swim the 18·milc ~tMl'l1 r\lshcli .to .the ~ccne ami sloPIWll .
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I sl:tlc luglll\:ty 1':ltrllllHt' n,CUl't'll I el"o\'cl'\'" durin" .1 u I\'. t he Huard IIf 'l'l'mlt· ~aid Monda\",
1t.1"'l<'O in (iencI'l\ ~1:1l'ting Oct, 2;, of watcl'· acruss Lake Winlliltcll, a mllrlur !luel bctwecn the twu
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In the mol'tal' ~ud. nn Egyptian ,1 .. lwel's this atlcI'1I111HI. High 70, 1 I'. . tl ' ... ' " 'I .. (",,: rell. were .lc:lUel'cd out til '".l'l·r .. 11
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I.l~ tu IC mtCIIl.ltlOlI., ~ICC Ill •. 1 hn'llitllls ill It~arby slIlllll tu\\,n,.1
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In ~llIcrrcn. S\\:itl~l'~anl!. wbere tosh said frum nuw on Kathie will 3I'm)' c~ptain was killed and fuur
~ll'r IS ~'acal1unmg" \lest G..:!r· coniine her,swimming for "Iuri nn(l Egyptian 'soldiers Injured, There
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Sta!c Secretary Waller Hal· exercise." not competition. Mr. were no Isracl! casualties•.
GRlMSBY, Onto (CPJ-An es. The bus. loaded with more Ihan vanc.ou\.cI' ......... 5,;
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more th~n .double cxports !n .lune
;Alil. the challcellor and h.ls McIntoSh was commenting on a FUl'ther details of the second
[or~.I~n policy advisers 11'111 rePort pllbllshed in Winnlpe" Satur· clash were not im·medla\ely avail.
TUi:SDAY, AUGUST 23
limatcd $1,500 damage was done to 40 children six to 12 yrars old \\"as Edmonton ...... , .... 4~
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when Bntaln was caught III dock
Friday whelher to, send an· day ·that Kathie might enter the able. .
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the brewer's warchollsc here by a stnlck broadside by a southbound Winnipeg ...• ,....... ·,10
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anr! rail slrik'~s.
notc to the Kremlin· before CNE swim. .
Tha 31.mile.lonll. Gaza toastal
shattering blast of nitro.gl)·C"~rine. Cincinnati. Neiv Orleans and Texas Toronto .. , ...• , ...• ' 73
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"The .improvement in exporl; In
a'dlrn,"rr takes 011 for Moscow.
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.1.tI<t'·'n said slIch a noteil sent
. DIE ON MATTERHORN
strip, Egyptian, tmitory separat.
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atNlr" in an unsuccesslul attempt driver of. the b\I~. SUffered minor Morycton .....• ,...... l'5
87 fl~?rp •. the board of· trade said.
TIDES
-m~aning ~erm~n, reunlflea- Allan· Crawford. 22, of Deliver, the main l"<!ntre 01 Israell·Eg)·p,
to blow open the office Eafc. con. injuries. Polka said all the child, Halifax .' ....... '... Gj
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But It ". Quid bs un5afe to rea."
Low
High
taining . week.end ca~h receipts, ren were either killed or injured. S)·dney ...... ".,.... 63
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to!) much mto the la'~=t month:;
He p.mpha5lZed It wOllld not Colo.,. and II 19.y"eor'old Eng!isll' !ian tension.
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10,58 a,m.
estimat2dat between $1,000 and They ranged from <ix to 12 year; yarmouth, .. ,......... 61
S2 outturn "·~Ich aPpears to. b·, chiefly
~I ~r P.l"en delay the Moscow nultl, Roderick. Pllillips, lell 3,000 NEW TALKS P05TPONED
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;5 a correctlou of the prerlous !harp
5,57 p.m.
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w~~ di~dosed Ist!r Monday feet to fhp-ir deaths Ichire return.. Clashes In the area. e..-lil'r this 11.22 p.m,
$1,500,
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Ih~~e who'" 11"111 accompsn~' ing Irom tile summit ·0/ tile 13" year led to tile talks on ending
SPFEAD THROUGH LIST '
~d.n.".r
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border tension. They were to nave
The board of tr~de said the In·
to RussIa . Include Hal,
. oot Matterhorn Fridlil/. police resu,med last Friday, but. were posl.
crease in .hipment;. to Canada was
Foreign· Minister Heinrich reported Monday.
poned Jnd~flnltely by mlltual
spread wide!;' through the list ol
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agreement.
)loads Britain is offering abroad,
erman ambusadpr t o ·
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An Egyptian commullique said
Wool,
)"arns, fabrics and' non·elec·
and Felix von Eckardt, WINNIPEG (CP) _ Waller A. fighting broke out Monday after
trical machinery each accounted
,m,bassad'Dr
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United
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for £1.000,000 of tlt~ total export
The federal cabinet has director of the Lake of the Woods on .th~ Egyptian post of Hemam,
ri.;c in J."Jly.
Ml1llng Company 1i1C{! Sunday at east of Gaza. At the same time,
I Total rlollar cxports fol' July 3p'
l!n1pDI'arillv ~hel\'~d a law setting his honie. Son on the late GM VlI Israell settlements allegedly fh'ed
,pra:tched £37,000.000. nlore than
rates ol future German Hastings, founder ol the Lal;c of mortars on Ihe Egyptians, Thc
i half ·as much a;:ain as in .Tune ami
,,",u,e[·.,. 'rhi~ lall' was drastically the Woods Milling CompaD\' he firing \\'as returned, lhe commu'
I IG pcr cent 11101·C Ulan the avcraga
by the Bundesrat (Upper W.1S \\,Uh Ihe company for 47 ;'~ars. lIique said, .,
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mOllthly rale in Ihc firsl half of
lasl. month :0 reduce the. He ~~rved oversea,~ as a caplllin An Israeli Army spokesman in
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.·"'lO.,lm pa~ lor mo,t ofilccrs and, In Ihe l'ort Garry horsc ill the T~l MIl' saId an Israeli palrol'oc·
~.l1cra},.
rlrst World War,
cupicd a post in the area after il
I Imports from Canada in .1 uly <1150
I junlpcd. . Britain· bought goods
.:!\iI.IST)IE~T
came under "heavy 1 flrc'.' from
, \I"~rth more than £23,;;00.000 last
Xo ;oldiefs can be put hito IInl.
REDS TA~K MON!!:\'
Egyptian outposts.
montli. compared with £24,600,000
. mn though Parllamentauth. BELGRADE .(AP) ~ Radio FML TO AGREE·
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the recruiting 0['6,500 voilln. Belgrade rr.porled Mouday Illat
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. on thc pay r~te issue.
tlVeeJI Yugoslavia a,~d 1I1lligary on dealtil'ith through direct Egyp·
preparalions for thc sl'ltlement 0/ "finanCial prob. tlan·Israeli negotiations. Instcad or .
of the Wehrmacht also lems" YII"oslavia 1'·1' b
through Unlt·~d Nations maehin·
slowed down'
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h' h .~~l:tcd by Wjall:o Todorovic. mem· In Jerusalem. tho Israel foreign
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at Rotary.
officers [rom the rank of colonel IlIIlIgary IS .~c1tdl1lg Its mllllster in the Gaza area as an Egyptian
4-Grand Falls ;-;~lI's.
ha.; met onl" once to dIscuss of fOI·ciY)j trade, I,a.I:lo HIli.
attelllpt to sabotage the Guza
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ATTLEE SUn'ERSECZEMA '
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Ile.ldes screening the appoint· GREAT MlSSENDEN E "Ia d
·TEEN·AGE GIRLS ESCAPE
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must draft regulations for (nellters) - Clement AIt,ee. 72·
'1'OnONTO (CP') .:. }i{;Uce' said
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t~~t GO\·ernOf·
MQNDAY
MORNI~G
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Allult
Etlu(,:llion
COnrCl"l'nCe
and
II':li)l,ing
pel'iod
fot'
instittltion
teachel's
begnnin
recruiting ol .• n other volun. vear·old leader of tIle I,abor'partll three leen·age lIirl~· scalell a fence
Genel·al's
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'l'hls work has DOt started. is I'tCOVMillg /rolll ec:elJla.· lJis 'ami escapfd {l'om 'Mercer I'efol'm· th.e :Adult Education Deparlmenl. Dr. "A. G. Frccket·, Deputy Minister· oCEdul,!iu,Oll, opened,the fil'st session
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wile reported MoiJday. Altlee.wllo atory Sll~day but one was recap.
lhny highly quallliad ·former 01. Ila., recuperated from an oUaC!: tured almost immediately. Still al wll~ a welcome to the new teachers and a brief ollllinc of the ait;ns of lhe Di\'.ision. 'fhe. conCcl'elH;e continues
12-'-Mo\·lc Rerlew5 .
. have fr.(Jnd 1l00d jobs In :West of cerebral thrombo,lis ~lIflered larg·J are Ruth Rogers. 17, of Tor· unttl August 26th. Shown arei left to right, seated: Miss I}u~sel1; lVII's. F. Bowering, 1\ll's. F. Noel, Dr, Florence
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any'~ I h r I v I n II Industrle~.
I4-Stock ~larkets.
tnrlitr thj~ 1/Ionll, •• plolls h; ICOl!Il\ onlo and. Pa~l~ine Black, J.~ • .of sub- O'!'I eill , Director; Dr. G. A. ,frecker, Mrs. A. R'yan,Mn'. L, Mackey. Standing:-Mr. G. Gill. Miss Ph~'llis Rose:
are nnw reluctant to reljoln Saturdn
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arm)" ~spec!aUy ainee Ibe eut
1/ or·.R VflCa Ion Irl,p WIll Rirb "'ere !eTl'ln~ terms lor incor.
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ers for tIle Sanitorium, and
Mr.
Pike
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appointed
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Scouts
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Lieutenant
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many regions of
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Newfoundland
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The St. John's Rot~ry Club e In
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Many Dis"tingu ished
Visitors Hear
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Work· has commenced' on the Sir Richard Squires
Memorial Park at Big Falls, Upper Humber.
Back from a trip to the west,
coast, Deputy Minister P. J. Mur·
ray of the Department of Resources
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. He indicated also that oWcials
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ing on a general cleaning up pro·.
gramme.
But, said ~!I". Murray, we shall Mr. Wilfred Daive, Bay Roberts,
go at it slowly. We would like to who last fall spent a month in the
think first about what wc are go· U.K. at the request of Premier
ing to do so that we can make Smallwood and the Department of
this a real natural park, preserv· Economic Development, to nego·
ing all the natural beauty of the Uate sales of pit· props from thla
place.
province, has had" recent cor·
He' indicated that a picnic site responde~ee with his associates In
is already available by the rqad. the U.K. who wish 10 know if the
side. And authorities are "mulling Newfoundland Government are Inover" the possibility of a camp· tcrested in re'opening negotiations
ground.
for the supplying of pit·wood and
pulpwood as inauthorized
by the
Government
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UK Interesls
Wisb Re-Open
p'It-Prop 'Dea I
Yesterday at the Newfoundland Hotel the St .
lohn's Rotary Club had the very great honour
of having as guest speaker His Excelll.'ncy, the
Rt. Hon. Vincent Massey, Member of Her
Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, Mem·
ber of the Order of C-ompanions of Honour,
GO\'emor General and Commander·in·Chief of
Cp.nada.
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Introduced by President James
Aldrrdice. His Excellency, in a
briliiant address. spoke oC the
man), regions oC Canada which,
united b)' common Interests and
common bonds. stlll preser\,e their
Oil n Indll"lduality . and character.
Ite staled that the great strength
01 Canada Is built Irom such dl·
Hrsily and he urged the people of
:\ewfoundland to relain their own
cherished traditions. His Excel·
lenc)' concluded Witll a warm
word of praise for the internation·
al work of the Rotary Club. The
[ull telll of his address appears on
Past President P. F. Halley In.
troduced the distinguished head
table guests:
Leslie R. Curtis, Q.C., rcprescnt.
Furt1!er Report
Ing the Premier of Newfoundland;
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Mr. Oawe told the News yesler.
Kt., L,L.B, L.L.O., Chicf Justice
day in an interview, "the time iJ
of Newfoundland; His Worship H.
now' ripe for contracts to he
G. R. Mews, Mayor of the City of
made." He suggests that interest·
St. John's; Hon. W. E. Flourney,
(Daily News Photo)
ed contractors make applications
Jr., Consul General for the U.S.A.: YESTERDAY AFTERNOON Mayor H. G. R. Mew~ and the City Councillors' gave a civic reception at Bowring
to the rcspectil'c department for
Lt. General G. O. Barcus, Com· Park in honour 1If the vi~it to St. John's of Go\'ernor Gen eral the Rt. Honourable Vincent Massey. Left to right:- Nurse Rowena Janes received' permits to cut. This suggestion II
Councillor James R. Tucker. His Worship Mayor Mews,
General
L. C.
only lacerations in 'an'
a
one from Mr. Dawe.
Naval• Commander
MI'. Eric Bowring, C.B.E., De puLy Mayor James D. HigginS, CounCillor' J. Fltzglbbon. Sat~rday
ncarlIfe
.Codroy
PondRudo
"hllch
It IS understood the Newfound.
. ' Newfoundland i Governor of Newfoundland;
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claimed the
of Jay
ph land
Government authorized the
area,
Lt.
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W.
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druggist
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The GOl"ernor General was ac· CD Actln'- Commander of the
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Basques
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Army Newfoundland
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' who was a natlve of cords o\er
companied by His Honour the Canadian
area: Wing Co~1nander W. p.
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grounds around Fishol Islands o.n Western Bay.
The total set !or 1954 was 80,000
Lieutenant Governor wllh the fol·
Pleasance, D.F.C .• C,O.• Command.
theFrench Shore stayed home thiS Miss Janes, R.N., was said to he cords but OWIng'to th.e lalEness
]0\\ ing Aides de Camp: Command·
.ing Officer, R.C.A.F. Station, Tor.
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rr H. Garrett, O.B.E., Wing Com'
Ronald
68, of Har·
let.
m.nder Fred Russell, Lt. Col. J. bay; CoJ. G. S. Bond, Commander, There are less farmers on tile bour
Grace, succumbed
Sunday The trap fishery this season for and eod£ishery. The rcturns were
h I1 nel hospital yesterday.
r. O'Oriseoll, Supt. O. A. McKln·
west coast this year, and Dcputy mc
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fishermen
in
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Little
Bay
disappointing
with
the
result
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non, Lt. H. H. Wlnler.
Resources Minister P. J. Murray hlchroad accident near his home Islands area netted them less than flshermen arc making plans to go i unfortunate victim have armed at i in evidence in both the St John's
sa)'s construction work has lured in Harbour Grace.
half of last ycar's catch, reports back to their fishing haunts next Western Ba~·. Fune~al will take and Southern Shore area~ .how.
.them from farm fields.
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~Ir. H. L. Strong who arrived here year.
place . Irromm the reSidence of his no sign of abating.' .
The man had been unconscious
However, he Indicated that those for 15 days. An autopsy has been from that section last week·end.
grieVing parents, Mr. and Mrs. P'I
who are sUlI farming are getting ordered by the Magistrate at liar. lIIr. Strong, who is asso'ciated The fishery at Fishot's this year Wellington ~rummcy, this after· However, it is not of .. serlout
one of the best vegetable crops bour Grace in order to determine with James Strong Ltd., told the was reported good.
noon.
nature.
that has heen seen on the west Ihe cause of death, but no details
coast In years.
arc as yet known.
All crops are very good, Mr.
Hi. Excellency the Rt. Honour· from the hold of the trawler and Murray said, adding that they were
able Vincent. Massey, G~vernor finished with the' neatly packaged far ahead . of·those on the east
General of Canada, who Is paying fish' ready for the special markets coast.
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West coast farmers are a' bit
bpgan the second day of Ius stay' The party returned by the fire· concerned about the low prices
In 51. John's with I visit 10 Job's tug .to the Queen's wharf at noon for potatoes. But the opening up
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modern fresh fish plant on the ond His El:cellcncy, after a brief of new roads Is continuing to bring A new Grenfell MISSion hospital
Soulh Side,
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rest at Government House, It· them new markets. .
Is under construction at Roddick·
The official party conslstillg of tended the· .peeial luncheon of
Mr. Murray also Indicated that ton. Work has already commenced
}lis Excellency, His Honour the tile St. John's Rotary Club, which there had been an exceptionally and authorities are hoping to have
li~utenant Governor .of New· was held yesterday Instead of exceUent lamb crop there this the .Institution completed some
time this year.
["undland, Sir L. C. Outerbrldge, Thursday In honour of His Ex· year.
Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Massey, Cap- celleney's visit.
toaln Adam Butler, Mr. H. H. Win·
Yesterday afternoon at 4 an of·
trr. Wing Commander F. \'or. Rus. flclal reception was given by His
leU. Lt. Commander Fabian Worship Mayor H. G. R. Mews.and
O'Oea, Lieutenant H. D. W. CIty Councillors at Bowring Park,
Rridgman and Mr. Esmond Bul· when representatives of church,
ler arrived at the Queen'~ wharf state, clubs, organizations and the Further. reporls of bears being An unidentified Bell Island resi·
It 10.35 a.m. and were met. by tr~de were guests of the city to spotled are in the news. An dent was hit and knocked down
I aptain Pickard of the R;C.N. meet the Governor General.
American family reportee! seeing a by a driver, who allegedly did not
They boarded the Navy Iire tug,
The band from Pepperrell Air bear cub just outside Swift Cur. stop at the scene. However, nCiIIP
and made a short tour of the Force Base played throughout the rent Sunda)'.
there later rounded up the man.
h?rbour before landing at Job's r.eceptlon and Lt. General G. O. There are other reports from
\Iharf on the South Side.
Barcus, Commander NEACi Brig.
adier General' Charles B. Root. the west coast that bears are com.
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Leavin, Ihe tug at Job's the deputy commander; Colonel G. ing out near the settlements.
(Daily News PhoJo)
rarlY was met by directors of the Bond, Coinmander Peppetl'ell Air
firm, !trr. C. A. Pippy, Mr. F. Mc· Force Base; and Major John Bar· honour of the occasion.
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A SPECIAL LUNCHEON of.the St. John's Rotary Club was held at the Newfoundland H9
yesterday at 1 p.m.
Grath, Hon. R. B. Job, Mr. W. F. ron, Public Relations OfIlcer lVere
The o!flelal party then moved
to
honour
Hie
visit
to
St.
John's
of
the
Governor
General
of
Canada,
the
Rt.
Honourable
Vincent
Massey. The
Iiutchllllon and Mr. Maurice J. official guests from the Base.
up to Ihe Bungalow, where His A man named George Lambert
1.ylor. The)' then proceeded to
Excellency the Go"ernor General Is reported missing at Hickman's picture shows His Excellency giving. the afternoon addre 55. Left to right:-His Worship, Mayor H. G. R. Mews,
in.pect the plant, From the be· During the early part of the and His Honour the Lieutenant Harbour.
Sir AI\;lert Walsh, Chief Justice of Newfoundland; Mr. James Alderdice, President of the Rotary. Club, (partly
ginnin, oC the tour to the end reception His Excellency planted Governor signed the city visitors The RClIIP trained police dog, hidden behind the microphone); His Excellency the Governor General; Sir L. C. Outerbridge, Lieut.:Governor of
His Excellency examined the var-: a beech tree In the ground fac· book, posed for official and press Bruce, •has becn flown to the
Newfoundland; Hon. L. R. Curtis, Attorney General of the Province.
iou; steps in the processing of Ing BowrIng Park bungalow, and photographs, had lea and chatted scene to aid searchers.
fresh frozen fish, and the memo Mayor Mews presented him with with the guests.
Apparently, the man wandered
bers of the firm explalneli sev· a sliver plated shovel with polishLast evening' His Excellency away from home and when he did
tral stages In the assembly line, ed wooden handle bearing a sll· was guest of honour at a dinner not turn up,' a search was instltut·
II hleh begins with .the whole. fish
plate suitably engraved, In given at Government House.
ed for him.
NOl,tll Brall('ll
Accident
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Less Farmers
AccIOdent V1o('tlOm
Murrav Declares Passes Awav
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Masse~" ~ir
~uterbrid~e, ~ieut.-
acci.d~nt pe~sonal
Poor F 1lcr' At ·
tittle Bav Islands
Shannahnn~
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Tours Fish Pla.nt,
Meets Civic Heads
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Construct New
Gren feII H'OSpl'taI
.n
RCMP Roundup
Hit-Run nriver
Many Bears
Are Spotted
HI·t·}{man'S Hr
Man Missing
Machinery Arrives
For. Candy Plant
Two loads of machinery for the
new Adler's Chocolate Factory at
Bay Roberts have already Ilrrlved
In Newfoundland. .
They were brought all the way
from London where the firm
formerly operated lis chocolate
factory.
. It is understood that the plant
should be getting into production
some time Ihis year.
The C.M.I.C. plant is construct·
ing a new building opposite the
Railway Station there .
The !lrm manufactures many
kinds of confectionery including
the Rhapsody ·line of chocolates.
"I.lOst 0DeS"
Return Home
The three French adventurers,
Henri Beaudout, Gaston Vannacker
. and Paul Lapointe,. enplaned for.
Montreal yesterday on the TCA
flight at 4 o'clock•
. They had hopee! to cross the
North Atlantic on a raft but were
wrecked at Peter's River.
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Mr D. McLeod visited
~e Children'.s Ward·~of the Orthopaedic Hospital and pre sented the children 6f the ward ~ith ~ television s~t. The
PIcture shows thechildreri seated around' the setwatcb ing the programme 'at 4.10 p.m. on the same day,
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Breac'h Alcollol Woods DI-V1-sl-on
Dies From'
Heart Attack
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Personals
GRAND FALLS-Senior Major
GRAND FALLS-Last Sunday Astronomer
On AlthouO'h
and Mrs. Peaty of the Salvation at Sacred Heprt Church, Bishop's
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Canadian Press Staff WrIter
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ed bow himself and Constable Ken; liallast was brou/lht In a
charge and arranged for same to Brook, Bishops Falls division
nelly, apprehended the two wit. os the
now I'nder construc' t sent te Joe Balts
for In. where he had,n WOfdtsl.dlnncIr atnhd
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WMn caUed
Illv evidence
this glnl!A
Camp. becamr. suddenlv
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said they
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on IU!IIst 5th and It \I'"S apparent
u a S lOP a s, W.. c s 0
well
the home
01 the defend. that hI., Illness was IIf R seriolls
GRAND'
of Ih.,
ant t toto obtain
a bottle
of liquor, natur II' "/as Immorll' I I
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and three children travelled from the Holy Priesthood were made Is In third'Jcar physics at Queen'. chance of brcaking into print when
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by C.N,R. steamer, and Mr. Noel where he wa- ordal'ned I'n 1943', James, 17. IS about to enter the It IS In sessIOn.
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MI'. Joseph Coleman was elect-I • ,,,,,. " "m," F,II. " .,,' •• lIim,,'. ,,' ,". will .,..,
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years. He takes my return,"
th
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se\'cral II·teks,
to
GRAND FALLS-Since our la5t
dence
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GRAND FALLS-In the Magi,
,strates Court ,t Grand Falls Fri·
day , a 60"
r ld woman was con.
'Jea.o
i vlctec1 and, finr.d fifty dollars for
breachcs of the. Alcoholic
lWO
Liquor Act. Having
with
I,a defaced label, and failing to
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Mr. Rowsell is survived by one
son Godfrey at Hawk's Bay one
daughter Mrs R H G d'
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residing ' at Renfrew
n
sister. Mrs. Hilda
ill 'roronto, and two brothers Hed.
ley ami Albert Rowsell, at Grand
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F'all.<. The funeral of tllc I'te
owsc II took place Sunday aIter·
Innoon
. .
to the United Church Ceme.
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res~ntativ'2s
will visit spots Jikt
Parl~, ,Geneva, Istanbul, Tokyo,
Helsmkl, Stockholm and-a nflr
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spa t on th e congressional
tourist
malr--:\[oseow_
VISIT RUSSI.\
Some, 20 senators and rep.
wuy. or will are
bc shorily,
on their
trips ,!,
either on
re~entali\'e5
r
w:rco~~n~e:r
c~l!Ie
vice·presid'~nt
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FALLS-:Mrs~
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Mrs. JIogg has been serving us t0 Ru~sla
' and oth;!r Iron Curtoin .;I
an assistant proCessor at the Uni· countrIes. They want to sample lor )
i
gil en b y Ie pollee In to-, tery in Grand
with ReI'. A, versily of Toronto and as rescarch themselves the new Soviet wei· l
:
trial. They were called to: J, Barrett ofliciating.
associate at the Dunlap Ohserva·
to
Some of Iht!
, the home of the accused woman, I
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tory. She is first
of VISits are o/ltclal others unofficial. :':
. wllcre a fracas ahd del'cloped and I
, i the Royal Astronomical Society ,1f
Members of the Senate and: i
in which, rOllsiderahle damage 1 '
neath occurred 11\ Botwood \ Canada, and before taking over' Ih., I House foreign affairs committe.. 'j
. harl heen dOlle to the fUl'nishings'
on Saturday of
Vic, Washington positi,on will attend
probabl:; will hit all parts of the)
and In fact <DIne (It I d b ' i tor" ells at the age of 77 years. triennial con[ererne of the InternaOne sub,cpmmittce will
':
t'lI'oll'n
t "d tiD h la. ;ehn I The late :VIr. Wells is a natiye of , liona1 Astronomicai Union at Dub" Bntaan, France, Gcrmam', Am,' ':
J
Sl e.
ome.
c, Northern Arm North. and
sur. lin.
: tria, Yugo;;lal'ia, Tnrk.:!y and
I1D1P sClzed tile liquor bearing "il'Cd by his wife 2 son. 1 d h I
Others will he in the Middle East, I
,the deCaced label. after the WI)"
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the Far East and South sAmerir1. \
man had lold them there was no, IeI'd 2 SIsters, 2 gram! chIldren
.slilI other. cO,mmi!tee deatin% j
ilquor on the premises.
I an 9 great gran dchllclren. The "
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With ecnnomlc. ImmIgration, pub· ' !
funeral took place tn Ihe United ,GRAND FALLS-His Excellency lic works, international bankin", ,J
Church Cemetery at Northern! BIshop O'Nei111eft Gander recent)y RI'iatio!1 and t~e judiciary. will al· i
--,Arm, Sunday pas!.
for ~foncton, N,B., where he wtll tend mternatlOnal meetings in,]
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We join with the community in : attcnd
Bi-centennial Stockholm, Gene\'a, The Hagll , J
aIrO s
, extending deepest sympathy 10 the I
which
at Monc- Rome and Islanbul.
l'
, wile and family of the d r < d !on thiS Ileek
Before ,lea\,- A ,numher of House
S;enatp,
GRA:\D
Iris Fel
e ea.c. mg Grand Falls Bishop O'Neill an· toumts have been lookmg In
,(
l'
,I~tt, R,N., of' Chicago Iilinois'
noul\ccrl following new appoints. the atoms-for·peace conference at
Ilaughter of Mr. and :I.ll's. Jack
Rev: Fr. ,Edward Walsh, formcr Gcne\'a.
, Follett of Grand Fails is presently
Pamh
at Conche appointed
I on leal'e of absence in Grand Falls.
GRAND
Harry 'W, to new p3T1Sh of. Badger. '
CAIRO
I Miss
is aUached to the E l f B' h
Rey. Fr,
MacCormack,
del Boghdady,
Blue Cross Hospilal Organization ar I! 0
15 op's Falls passed appom.t'2d ParISh Pnest at Conche
of municipal
in Chicago and she also spent sev- peacefuI1y away saturday night, replacmg Fr. Walsh.
'I changed the
eral years In prlve nursing with a lifter a long illness at the age of
Rev., Fr. Leonard Kelly appointmedical practitioner in Toronto. Its 58; leaving to mourn her husband, ed assistant te Msgr. J. W. Peddlc
If
II, speed
ten years since Miss Foil tt I t ore daughter, Rita; three brot, at Co,Cathedral Grand Falls, It
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poSSible In this
visited her ho
I
e as hers and one sister at Seldom and Was also announced that Rev. Fr.
Seotl,and
buildings ha\'e
Falls nd h me OWn
Grand Dorman' Dawe and Mrs. Victor mnes of Co-Cathedral Grand Falls Prmcess :Margaret hmped 1I1to the
streets paved
to
ends are Rowe: and one -Ister at Barred ,,;11 be going te Rome in Scptem- tiny church of. erathie •near here ;l created. A
lea\'c.
e home on
ber to pursue his studies in Canon Sunday ,to begIn a Il.Ulet day 01 ,I reign of
Islands, Mrs. Isaac Primmer.
Law.
celebrating
h-<!r persons
25th birthday.
Over 10,000
lined the ,sUlI
year'sin its
route from Ba1moral Castle to the: teok over
church to wave birthday greetings
a month 'R'~
to the princess, around whom
passage'
idential E[[~nli~)~~(~~'
matrimonial speculation whirll in
a rumorcd romance with Group
months, ahead
Capt. PC,ter T()wns'~nd. .
;1 Perhaps the
The prmcesshllrt her rIght anldr '1 ment was cons'
while leav!ng Abergedli~ castle '\ deluxe hillh\\'a~"
-\
Saturday naght after helpmg at, •
placing slums'
church bazaar. She hopped gm'. Cairo for
I
gerI)' on her good fool as she ~JI '. 10 years '
1m car to enter the church Sun',
ished th~ joh
day. D?clors said the·injury 1\'a'
workcrs got
I
not sert~IIS.
,
wages lor {in'
H~r SIster, the Queen, accom'
aht'ad of time
I
: panied by the Duke, of Edinburl!~
Today most
and the royal chtldl'en, Prlner
squares ha\'e
!
i Charles and Princess Anne, werr
at thz morning service. The QUfrn
mother was also in the' ehurch, '
QUIET CELEBRATION
The birthday celebrations w!rr
, the,quietest in many years-partly
due 10 the religious scruples IIf th!
Royal Family, and parlly in de'
ference to the people of ScoUan~
who observe the Sabbatb stricUy,
Bitt one incident enlivened the
day's proceedings. As the prinCe!;
drove off. in the afternoon for In
open· air tza party on the banks ~[
the RIVet Dee, three miles from
Ba1moral. She was followed by the
Duke of ;Edinburgh in a second
car and the Queen driving a third
A small army of press photographers started in hot pursuit. As
th2y started gaining on the prln·
cess' station wagon, a cat sud·
denIy swun'g In front of them,
blocking their path. '
The Duke DE Edinburgh, at the
wheel, leaned out from the win'
dow and asked pointedly: "Do
you want anything?'" By this time
Ihe princess' car was out of sight.
There was nothing the abashed
newsmen could do bllt turn their
See your electric' appliance dealer
cars around and head back for
Balmoral.
RCMP
A asked
d' to do so by
dthec I are
wilen
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include establishment of a national
U.S, observatory and new dcve1QJl'
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'My
new duties probably won't
involve personal work with tele.
SCOP'2S." she said. "That makes mc
sad and happy at the same time,
rest."
But I don't think I'll mind thc
M~rcer, r'~sid~n:
FALLS-~[jss
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of ." ,'mM' ,.liti.;, .," " h,m •• "'" '"
h. "",.d w'lb 'h. Now,."d ••d
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"old b. • ru,
~ favourably known thing."
being considered by the foundation sional
months, U.S. senators
and re\l'
was
wellNewfoundland.
and
thefour
biggest
all ovcr
other programs In
field noll' years. sources.
Over the isnext
Dr fil'e
Llq~or
On'Leave
~.
\\'ithholdin~
"In 3stronom), alonc, I will have
suppressing or
a ringside
for several enticing mlormatton from the press and thf
experiments,"
public.
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of thcse is the earth satellite ",rcn), other subjects are cliit
ph",."
de~ce
da~s
ELECTRIC
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ca e to see the tary were empowered. to eommun. came to Gl'and Falls ill 1021, he the guests of Mrs. Wells p'arents. Pond, ,"Ia. LClVlsporte, ,and was "Many light sources and other When the congressmen and their
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and defence
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carried
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.j a Community
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and aaliver
barrel.
Council up
at of
Badger.
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"~" ~bli,the prrson o[ Mr, Abs
~h'e
f\'idence or rebuttnl, Mr. In. shark captured hy Mr. Yates, of fa\'oured the f')rmat)on of a Com.' Ivc of, Lend in'\ Tickles and \ 'a~, Grand F,-Ils Iftlt IIAre on se t dO. I f ails
det raised objection and rcqllcst'~d CoUrells Con, better knftll'n as
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an adjournment until 2 p,nl. In Uncle GIIS I'n some locall't'les in mlln
y
ounc.
n
tie
10IYn
ot
proprietor
of
l'nrrl~'s
Garage
Bot,!
accom
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his eternal
Badger, and In Ihis particular con. wood noad. Grand F~lIs. lie was I (or suPma e f lYd lellr wotchhlldrcln,
reward inhaslII!one
his 62nd to"ear
order to allow him time to obtain his cod trap. MallY people, ydun"
ti II
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mer
lere ey 11
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committe.
In
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"That means I'm free, tempor· tShtories on one page. In each story,
I!,
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l!Gther
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clll,,"
The witness said he obtained the nl:rht. Tn
of "...
at the ttme but did not
"T' ,,,.,. • ,
Iras later transferred to Sl. Anj,'ather O'Brien was' born al raise three children.
Veteran obscrvers suggest that
thony Station, and he resigned Carbonear and edu t d t th h "This is the first, year I could one
the undiminished
d."d ".h "
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The beige foX muff is a nice
(inexpensive) luxury touch for
faU's dressy clolhes and for luits,
too.
SHAW
THE DAllY NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1955
Lewisporte News,
Nebru's Gov't
Taking Control,
Of Newspapers
:-;EW DELHI (AP}-Prlme Min·
j,tcr Jall'aharlal Nehru's govern·
ment is mo\'lng toward extensive
control of India's newspapers.
The rcgimc's press commission
h;l; rcported:
,," newspaper Is essentially a
puhlic utility, and whal~ver may
he thc precise form of ownership,
!he ~~ercisc of ownership rights
ma)' ha\'c to be subject to some
mea;ures of restraint and regula.
~Sl
ral
ow
Ion
sUl
Int
the
Uts
; III
ti(I'l,"
lin Ie
on tills basis, the
commission went on to recommend
~\\'eepins go\'ernment controls of
Irralmcnt of news, cmployment
policies, profits, management, han·
rllin:: of advertising.
SWEEPING POWEllS
A proposal
now before
Parlia·
m~nt
would require
newspapers
to
~ubmit ta the government regis.
trar an annual statement contain·
a Ust of owners and exeeu·
ti\:~s, circulation figures, selling
prices and "any other particulars
whirh mal' be prescribed."
In cnliecling Ihls information the
r~gi;trar would ha\'c wide powen
t..
enl~r newspaper offices and
"jn;p~ct
or take copies of relevant
records or documents,"
'I'he pre!s commission envisioned
L~e rc;:islrar as a lookout lor ten.
dcaries loward monopoly In the In.
dum)', The bill docs not mentloll
monopol), hu t in lis pro\,lslons,-pccially the rcgistrar's powers
Ind Ih~ catch'all r~fel'ence to hil
e~lIel'lin; "an), olher particulars"
-it !e~ms to SU be)'ond the com.
mi;;ion's Idras.
;\ key proposal or the prcss com.
mi.;lon lIl\'ol\'cs the crration of a
,tatlllory "I'rc;.~ cOllncil" to framo
.nfl admini!lcr a "code of journa1i;lir
UlWES ~Ihies,"
em! PETITION
The ('NlIlri! could c~nsure any.
rne ~lIilty or an infraction or eth.
Ic..
(;ol'crnrnrnt spokesmcn b a v e
bid ParlinmcnL thcy hope to introduro this yea\' a bill creating
th~ prc;s council, It, 15 taken for
cranted that the council will b~
form3d prubabl)' next year.
Thc press commission criticizes
")'~liol\' journalism," dcfining it as
willful and malicious publlcatioll
or fallchoods and "lurid exposure,
Ilnrrlated to public intcrest, of in.
dil'idual pcrsonal !i\'CS and un.
warrantcd inlrusion Into prl\'al~
~ar­
:liIl.
the
)f a
I In.
inue
art
the
:ram.
inu!·
1
!xl~nt
:neoll
lldin;t
Id th~
their
: their
). are
)'car'.
ogres.
est in
Ir fh'e
I rcp.
s likl
roky~.
n~w
tourist
reptheir
I tripi
:urtain
pIe lor
t "el·
of th_
,Wcial.
n'lpIonlatlc. r·alkS
mittep~
of the
ill
d
The Way I See I t'
\'i~it
_o\u~·
ltah·.
e East,
merica.
dealina
n. pub·
lan1;in~,
will al·
ngs in
Hai\le,
SPnat ..
: in on
enee ,I
(
Reuters)
into the
!ar here
dar ,f
1;\-
n;ti
the
Ie to the
~reetlngs
d "'hom
~'hirll in
It GroUp
gbt anklr
e tastIc
.ing at a
,ped gin'
! ~he kll
Irch Sun·
jury "'1\
, accem'
~dinburlth
I, Prlacr
wtrr
'he Queen
! church,
In!,
.nns 'lfrrr
Ts-partII'
lin n! the
tIl' In
t ScoU.nd
h stricUr·
I'ened tJie
e princess
on lor In
~ bank. o[
Illes from
red by the
I second
12 a third
55 phowg·
lursuit_ AJ
. the prill·
car sud·
Df thelD,
.t,
gh. :It the
the winedly: "Do
; tbis time
It of sight.
~ abashed
turn their
back for
I
is a nice
touth for
I for luits,
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Sunshine and warm days have
helped the many visitors in this
town, these past few dayes, enjoy
to the full the various outings
planned by theIr Host and Has·
tess, But today t,he raJn Is again
present and cooler winds fo~'
which most oC us a·re thankful,
affording the. ncglected duties In
the heat to once again have one's
attention, However evenings arc
noticably shorler, and wben one
realizes we lm'e passed the middle Df August, our thoughts are
turning toward Fall, and thc var·
ious activities .the season will
doubtless bring,
VACATION SCHOOL
Vaca~lon School held under the
direction of Rev. N, Winsor, and
a group Df Voluntary Leaders was
a great sucess" Bible study taking
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a prominent pllrt, There was Jo1retI'RlSON BLAZES DURING RIOT-Fire rages Inside.the Nebraska Penitentiary at Lincoln after lOme work for the boys and needle·
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2~~0 rioting prisoners put the torcb to five bulldings. 'fbe riot was broken when the warden gave 0 rd ers work f or the gIrIs. At tl Ie case,
the many articles done during the
to "shoot on sjebt" unless the convicts returned to their cells in "just two minutes." .
sessions
were aed
on display
at Centhe following
tral School,
(NEA Telephoto)
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KOREANS STAGE DEMONSTRATION-South Koreans jeer at U'. S, Army troops in Hlleah Compoun~~usan,' They were demonstrating against the protection of Communist members of the Neutral Na•.
t IOns r ruee T cam, Troops used tear gas and ·fire hoses!o keep the dcmonstrators oul oC the compound.·:
programme marked the closilig. and shows much ability and patio to our Minister and those who
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WORSHIP
ence
by
the
leaders,
and
talent
gave
contributions,
free
labour,
or
I'm just one of about 2300 men
Call to worship,
and ~o,opcii'atlon by the pupils, In any way h'!lped to the West
employed by Dominion Wabana
Ore Limited and my work takes Hymn God sees the little Spar- Following arc the leaders: Mrs, being proud of one of the finest
Elaikim, Rnndell, Mrs, Fred school halis in Ulis area, The hall
me underground lor eight hours a row fall.
Prayer. Lord'~ Prayer..
Small, Mrs, Sidney Freake, I\lr, which will be used by East and
day, five days a week•• I have my
Singing,
"Do
the
children
Far
and Mrs. Roy Strong, Misses Vera West (if needed) for Church soc·
own home, a good wife and three
Away,"
Freal,e, Inez Hodder, Eileen Pen: ials, meetings I!tc, Has a modern
of the nicest-so I think-kids in
I
n~y, Daisy Snow, Eileen Wooif!l'ey kitchen, a large auditorium, di!·
Choral
Reading,
the world, They depend on meAn
exercise.
Elleen
Hobbs, Ferne Osborne, lerent class reoms for the Sunfor shelter, food, clothing, alfec·
Hymn: A gladsome Hymn oC Daphne Klnden_
day school, and shows another
tion and guidance, From tbem, I
ptraise
we
ral~e.
Appreciation
is
expressed
by
step
In the progress of the United
get a lot of things which cannot
SINGING
all
parents
Bnd
friends
for
the
Church
con~regatioll oC 1111s town,
be measured In terms of dollara
marvellous training given the 1t II hoped 10 holud· the first
and cents.' We depend on each Thcme Song.
One finger, Lne thumb,
youth at this vacation school. Af· social In the new huilding on
other and as the breadwinner of I know a little pussy,
tcr
the programme, icc cream was Monday Augu~t 29th, the day of
the family, I have a big respon;
III had a Windmill.
served, and the sun of $8B,OO I'ea· His Excellency, lIon, Vincent J:llassibllity. That's why I try to work
John Brown', Bahy,
Iized, which wiii be donated (it Is sey's visit to this 'l'own, and it is
every shift I can and what is more
ROUNDS
understood) to the new Sunday hoped many visitors will be ill
Important I try and m~ke sure that
Row, row your boat.
school building now nearing com- our town on thal date. so if you
I go home at the end of each shift
Three blind mice,
pletlmi,
wish R bowl nf soup. hot cllicken
all In one piece,
MEETING HELD
sandwich, l!old sandwiches, pie
Rheumatism.
To do my job properly, I hllve
SINGING
For the fir-t time a meeting and icc cream, or just a dish of
to be alert at all times. otherwise Orcbestra.
was held last week in tile new icc cream, it ib hoped yOU C~l1
things go wrong and I end up los·
Scotland's burning,
Sunday school hall, which is now IInd it a\l at the Sunday school
Ing my quota and extra earnings
Crockldle.
nearing completion, 'fhls build- hall ln the west section of the A
In the form of honus. At the, same
John
Brown's
Flivver.
ing has been 'I long felt need In town, just opposit~ the U,C, J\lan- i Lce talks to a newsman in New
time, I have to work IIfely, If not
Little
Peter
Rabbitt,
this town by tile United Church se, The hour 'l'i11 be announced York after appearing before th.
I know that I'll lose much more
Little
Tommy
TInker.
congregation,
but although every- later,
House Un· American Activities
tban a quota or a few dollars In
Singing:
Little
Willie,
one
realized
this,
no
one
did
anyS.A.
GARDEN
PARTY
Subcommittce which is investiga.
bonus. That Is the way I see it
Smile awhile
thln~ deIlnlte about it, until ~?e ~he congregation of t~le ~al- ting Communist ties in the enter,
but, ••
An Old Testament stnry dra, evenmg last ~ ea... ~ev. N, ,\ m· valion Army under the dl:l'€"clJ(i!l tainmcnt world, Miss Lee refused
Take the case of a fellow I matised,
sor, call cd his. committee and. In· of the Home League plan a par· to tcll thc group whether she wa.
know-we'll call him George,
formed them. ne 1Jad already had den part, on Wednesday after·
C
'tP I
b
Distribution of Certificates,
which Is not his real name-who
Closing Benediction.
already had promised In building noon on file grounds of U,C, East
a ommums al' y mcm er,
works In m)' sectlon~ He scoffs at
Safety rules and to date he's got The singing was under tile dlr- material, dan cash, se,'eral thou- lie socia~ ~"e~t since th~ ,arril'al BONN (CP)-Statistics published
!i1'C',"
away with It-himself, He's just eetion of Mr.s, Rev, N. Winsor, sand of dollars, so the long school. 'I illS w \I be the fllSt pub, in a medical journal show that
the go\'ernment's-tar
' but what about the and all Item~ were excellent. rlream stalrted immediately to be· of the present Corps oIficel's, 1st I womcn "ellera!h' can expect to Ih'2
~~tIlowel'er,
in conlrullinll
the press does , • . ,
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(NEA T;leplloto)
plain lUcky,
Many expl'Csscd surprise ami come a reality, and one watches Lieu!. and Mrs, Jennings, and itl longcr than :ncn, Life' expectani:y
not ;crm 10 be limited to the fcl\' A r \\ ORK A;liD PI.A'\'-Preslllent Eisenhower wcars hiS golf cap fellows to whom Ilis carelessness pleasure that so much could be ias progress towards completion, is hoped a large l1umhel' will! oI women oC 40 is 35 years and
"'l'3I1ilnl ,hccts" India ha~, '-;or lot a jaull:Y angle ns he I tarts a rOllnd of golf at Chcrr~' Hill (;0111111'\' has been the cause of $uffering accompllshed_.l~~~_~lor~_. time, one feels a gl ~at deb~ or gratitude patronize same.
I [or men ~~~~~ .a.~_3~~~:~~
d;;~, Ihe GOl'Crl1\'cnt's larget DP- Club in DC1\l'cr, Colo, Thc Chief Executi\'e went out on the golC' and loss of Income.
~r.r 10 be contl'lIl or opposition course ufler a I\'ol'k sessiun in thc Summcr While House,
'. For example, one day while In·
,
newspapers',lt ;;C~HS contro! of thel-----". '.
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stalling some pipe, he threw a
n('W;papl'r Iml~lSlry oslenslblyto
shorl length away and It landed
lIl~k.'r. ;~ll'~ In!ha has ma~y nCII's'l l1SSUl,lt
1
011
on a footpatli near a track a few
papers In acl1\'C competitIOn, The
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minutes I~ter a man, who I know
linHI~ !tn the amouots or ad\'ertls,'
The Wabana Boys Club jUnior had all he could do to make ends
in~ a nr.\\';paper may cal'r~' and S"'D''''v (('P) R '1
t- hascball team played a capitai meet at harpe due to the prolong·
.
,
I' h nc\\',;·
' i _H.,
,I - r USSI3
las POS
k
[ h'IS WIf e, came
. aIong
mlOlIllUIll.
pl'IC~S
r. t Il'lIC
th
fir illlr
and I leam on ThUTSday af te~noon II t ed'
SIC ness 0
papm ml~ht he ~(lld,
~~~f~men~ i~~~
~l:bas~~ ~nlil the Sports Field and were victor- stepped. on the piece of pipe and
Indian newspaper men ~cem to houso! rormcrll' occupie.i hy thelloU!, The Bell Island team pla\'ed fell heavily on his back across the
.rrrpt ~olnlrol kas ~omclhhlng nrc· '~mha~sv staff 'in Canberra, AtIS-! e~ccptionally well, and m~ny track. He was off work lor o\'cr
r;~"ry
ma '.~ its
sureright
t C pr~!iS t I'· •
' d "t hat th c)' ~I100\'e d fl',e week5 an d when he,did come
jll'prcrll' 'n
exerciscs
10 free.
ra la, ,
,_ I
wcrr. surpme
dnnl." •
Australian gOl'crnment offiCials iup ~o well, due to the fact that back, he had to take a Ipwer pay·
refuse In comment on I,he, p~~t. \I.ey had oniy two to thrce weeks Ing job for months before he was
~t
poncment of the sal~, ~nt l,tlS \\Id- practice The team wcre plea'ed able to return to his old job. A
ely
an resume
mdlcal10nnormal
t htoasee
t 'so many people In ".
.
, S • . lJIIIClpa
RussitaHen
will as'0011
the IIItIe conSIderation
for the other
(all")
diplo~ialic ;~Iatlons with Aus. stands, thus showing their great fellow and Good Housekeeping
~lakes
tralla.
Interest in the actl\'lties of the would have prevented this un·
Russia withdrew members of her Bo)'s' Club,
fortunate affair.
~mbass)' ~taff aner the dcfection Mr, Bob Cohen very generous· Another day, George began a bit
of VI~dlmlr Petrov and his wife in ly donated uniforms, and we ex. of horseplay when boarding the
CAIRO (AP)-Wlng Cmdr_ Ab. April last ~?r. 1 t'
• A tend our sincere thanks to him man rake. In the scuffle which
d~l Bo~hdad,.', Egrplian minister t Tillie hs\\,c'llshk degaftlon Slnl 1 uls. through this column,
followed one man had his eye·
ra a as 00 c a er oven·
d
~f munl:ipal and rural affairs, has tercsts
since the embassy staff was It seems possible that there glasses smashe , another suffered
thansed the lace of Cairo in three withdrawn.
wlll be a return game coming up a strained wrist and sevrrallunch·
y~ars.
REPORT J\WMTED
shortly for our little Leaguers,
boxes were battered beyond reo
,nth a speed reckoned 10 be 1m· It Is unlikelv Russia will make 'fhe West Mines baseball team pair_
possible In this part of the world, any formal move until alter th~ of bot'S 10-15 years have played
The way I see It Is that there
CI
buildings
ha,'eand
been
torn gard-~ns
down, report of tIIe AI~S tta 11 an royal com· two !:amcs
J
mect~ pa\'cd
public
with boys of the same are a large number of people like
treated, A street project under the mission on espionage Is tabled in age from the Ridge and the me who want, and do try, to work
next month.
fIT
Sf t RI
rei~n of pudg~' King. Farouk was Parllamcnt
Government officials expect. that Green. The West Miners were de· sa e ya us a e y u e. are
~ti1l in its Initial stages after a If the report docs not Indict tbe lented, but made a good showing, posted for our guidance and ignor·
year's work. When the revolution Russians too severelY, they wiil ami have asked for .another game Ing them Is pure fooJishnes,"
look ovcr. Boghdad)' finished it In wait a "suitable period" and then in the ncar future,
Unfortunately it Is the Georges
a monlh. R-acenUy an underground make approaches about a resump. The Director 'of the Waban a who are the cause of many accl·
passage
cnnnectingwas
Cairo
with res·
id~ntial lIeliopolis
finished
six II on 0 [ re IaII ons.
Boys' Club can be found each den ts whi ch nee d never ta ke place
monlhs ahead of schedule.'
The Swedish minister to Aus· morning on the Sports Field with If they would only think and act
Prrhaps Ihe outstanding aehlece- ~~~~H~~~ ~~'(I I~~~:f~~~~~' :n~I~~~~ a group of boyps who en~age in safeh·. In doing sa tlley would not
mpnl was constrllction of I~e new bc~n put of( fOl' "practical and football and other aetll'lties. In only be doing themselves a' ser·
d~lu:~ hl~hwa)' a!ong the NII'~, re. technlcai Nusons,"
the aflcl'noon it Is lime for base· vice, but also their fellow work·
".'a,ctn~ slums \\:Imh hare ,stOOd in ._ .__ ..... "--"-" _________._ ball on the ~por~ ficld, nnd .a\ men. What do ~'ou think?
( atrn for centuries: Blueprinted f!lr t~lns lit at night by llIulticolorcd night at Wl'sl llines, On rain\'
-Submarine Miner.
10 yean, Ilughtlauy's workers fm· 11ghts, A giant statue of Ramscs
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i,hef\ Ihe job in Ihree monlhs. Th~ 11, 20 cel1~ul'ies (lltl, 1101" stands days there IS baske!ba,lI, Pl':ctlce
workers gol an extra month's welcoming lourisls in fiont' of tnd games, at St_ KHIn S ~ehoui
II a~~; ror [inishing the proj~ct Cairo's ma.in railway slalion, The Gymnasium,
,
.hritll or time,
statue, Wonderfully prr.servcd, hacl The Wabana Bo)'s Cluh will
Toda)' mn;t or Cairo's main 11J.2cn lying in the desert since its enler contestants in Ihe Sports
~flll"it~e~ hal'e spolllin~ water 101ln· discover), In 1820..
.
])i1Y programme on September
5th, Any boy who is intcrested
ami wishes tn competr. ~hould see
l!r. Cotton wilhin the next lew
KINGSTON. Jamaica (Reuters)'
dnys,
Ncxt werk we hope 10 nave Between (0,000 and 10,000 persons
more Intrresting ne\':,; of DOY5 are starving and bundreds are dY·
daily in Jeremie, southw.st
Club activities, If you do not ing
Haiti, which was devastated last
know what you, as boys of Bell October by hurrlcan'a Iiazel, it
Island, can do through the Boys' was reported hQre Saturday.
Club read this column, then- come Jamaica is rushing help to the
and see for yourself. You will be republic and today Voted £1,000 to
buy cod liver all, vltamln B com·
\'ery glad you came.
plex and other hlllh-concentrated
food_
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T.V. TECHNICIANS'
-UNDERGROUND FAMiLy
The people are repor~~d to be
LEVERINGTON, Englalld (CP) eatinilrass, roots, mules, don·
SERVICE THE
PellSY, a retriever, is rearing her keys and horses. After last year's
litter of puppies three ket lInder· hurricane had left crop. battered,
ground in this Cambridgeshire Jeremie', food position was ago
SETS WE SELL
town, It took her a month· to dig gravated by tomnUal rain. in
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the burrow and 'nobody has seen May and June,
AT THE
them-but they .sound finn_
-Information on Jeremle's plight
Fir.proof, rolproof, permontnt: Ayollobl. In
BAGSNATCHER 'CATCHERS
reached here via the colonial of·
bath and "blown" typ •• For I," IDld" I t t
T.V.
BRIGHTON, England (CP)-TW~ fice hi London after the British
your J.M d.at" or ApproYed .contractor, 0, '. Alsatian dogs have been added to ambassador in Haiti had submit·
writ. Canadian JoIonl-MonviU., D'pt, H.,S13,
the police forc<!, chleny to deal led a list or requirements from the
CENTRE
565 Lv.""'. Rd. E" rorl C,.dl" Ont,
with handbag snalehers In this reo Haiti government.'
sort town.
BBCWARNING
SAUCER.SIZE SPIDt:R
MNDON (ep) ...: 'reachers here
. LONDO,N ,(CP)-Regent's Park hl\ve been warned by the British
100 has just received its "biggest Broadcasting .Corporation . about
e.".~r" . spider, The spider, which takln, down radio programs ;nd
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easily spans a saucer, popped out concerts In school tape· r~corders:
of a er~te of bananas andw as The BBC has tole! them of po,silll'2
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trapped in buckel, It eats locusts copyriaht difficulties In IUcb ae;
to the zoo.·
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that
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nore
I'hcn
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tory.
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THE DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST, 23; 1955 '
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Labrador where the estimated reserves I
amount to eight million cords. That sh~uld
, allow for an annual cut of close upon 200,..
The I>A1LY NEWS Is a mornlna paper 1 000 cords, sufficient to give us a substantial
established lD l8114, and publlsbed at ~.
increase in newsprint pro~uction.
":11.. Bulldinl, 3M-3H Dl&ekworth Street,
The Forestry Commission believen
51_ JohD'•• Newfotindlllld, bI RublnloD ..
'there' is enough wood, properly handled. in NOTES AND CO~lllIENT
CompaJ\1, Limited.,
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tbis island to supply a third mill in NewMotoring Is so mueh a popular
t' EMBEI or THE CANADIAN PBGSS
fotindland for ·the next 35 years. There- form of recreation today that
The Canlldilll Preai Ii exe1ulively en· 'aiterits raw material would come from everything, that can bc . done to
Ulled' tu the 'lIIe for republlcaUoD ,ot an'
Labr~dor. And in that utilization of Labra- make It more pleasant ought to
DeW. dllpatelte~ In this paper credited to
dol' wood we should be getting the kind of be done. But there lVere never
U or' to The ASloclated Prp,. or Reuter.
anywhere in the world so
IoJd allO the toea: news pUblished therein,
logical economic integration that we need roads
poorly marked as those in this Is·
All Preas service and featureartl~le. ID
for the continued prosperity of the people land. We have had cause to com·
thlt paper are cupyrflbt and their reproof thL-; island.
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plain before. There was renewed
ductlon Is prohibited.
" We believe that a guarantee of bond:; causc'the other day when We took
Authurlzed II lecond clau mall Poat
Ior a project of the kind would be justifi- our first ride into Isaac Mercer's
Office Department, Oltawa,
able, particularly if the principals were the bailiwJck. That is the Port de
Grave peninsula: There is no
two .operating newsprin~. comp.an~es: We sIgnpost. to show the turn off to
believe that it would brmg to tIllS lsland Port de Gral'c, none to mark the
Member Audit Burl!au 01
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ten times the returns to be derived from junction whcre the roads leading
the Javelin project at Lake Wabush to the highway ncar Bay RobertS
DAILI SUBSCRIPTION BATESI
These returns would be greater and more and that ncar Clarke's Beach con·
verge on the peninsula. There is
Canada ................ $ 8.00 per anDum
direct and more useful.
nothing to show that one has
United Kingdom and an
The marriage of Labrador wood wilh reached Port de Grave and that
ForeilD Coun'.rles .... $12.00 per annum
Newfoundland manufacture of wood pro- there arc so many. miles of narrow
,_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - - - - - - , ducts can be the great hope of the immedi- and dif£leult road to the deadcnd
at Hibbs' Hole.
ate future for the people of this i.sland.
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we arc not at war. There can be
no nil11tary conveniences for which ..
Signal Hillis an essential site. And
we' arc. compelled to the conclusion
that the report that allY part of the
hill to be Incorpo~atcd In the new
park is, to .be monopolized by the '
military is Just another rumour.
These 'Things Happen
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READYMADE SLIPCOVERS
AT AYRE'S HOME· FURNISHIN6S
DEPARTMENT
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over the new collection. See how fresh and new your old furniture can look ••• and how easily and inexpensively you can
c~nserve your new furniture. Tailoreq of heavy. cretonne Tn a
beautiful selection of plains and florals.
CHESTERFIELD and TWO CHAIRS .... 31.S0, ~4.50, 36.50
Two and three cushion styles ...... 37.40, 40.40, 46.70
FOR INDIVIDUAL CHAIRS .. 8.50, 9.00, 9.95, 11.00, 12.60
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14.50, 16,50, 17.50, 18.40,21.50
STUDiO LOUNGES........................................9.20,·10.50
DAY . BEDS .... " .............................·.··... ·"',.··· .• ·"",.5.20,6.95
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Field Regiment
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lng' officer. Co)~n
DSO. Too ofiel!
10 die before we
for him. Tht!
be congratulaled
thought of doin~
commanding
they did. The G
tiser reports thaI
g!\'en I \I'onder!
area. Veterans o!
him all Grand
Botwood and
our.
The Can 3d ian
land area on
August, receivcd
visit from one
outstanding
Stone, D.S.O., M
5hal of the
Colonel Slone
land and as II
came to Canada
and forlune.
tHe and· so he
pector, then a
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Less than
Canadian Army
was Inaugurated.
fully trained,
have Jl'aduated
others are still
at various Corps
The aim of the
boys for leadersh
anced courses of
trades "nnronllie",
Depending on
(omplete courses
19' different
Enrolment thb
tinue until 16
time it is
have been
To become' an
8 boy must be
years old and
r.r::de VIII
ment an IInm,,'n!!
pay of a private
pay when he
birthday.
Courses last
training is give
School of the
tillery, Royal
Royal Canadian
Royal Canadian
Corps, Royal
Corps, Royal
Ind lIIechanical
Canadian Arm~'
at Valcartier,
five boys
have taken
, We, arc sorry Ned Foran is not
In the. city at the moment be·
cause we arc sure he could come
up with chapter and verse about
those curious houses on the west
side of Cfchranc street between
Duckworth and. Water Streets.
Their fronts have been rebuilt.
From tile rear, they arc curiosllies.
They do not conform with any
modern Ideas of architecture and
there must have been some special
reason. why they were built as they
were. The reason we mention
thcm Is that It seems tile Federal
Government is intent upon occupy'
ing the whole area between the
War Memorial and .Cochrane
Street. That presumably involves
a death warrant 'for houses within
that area. And If there arc any
piaces of serious historic intere~t,
It may be necessary to take steps
to have them preserved.
For Lhe moturist who may wish
to take a run over Roach's Line,
there is again no sign at the turn·
off from the main highway and
The results of the public examinations
The lopsided score in Sunday's inter- none again at the junction wncre
are puzzling. A great increase in the num- town baseball game is not justification for the local roads converge. Nor Is
bel' of passes in grade XI, a small improy,e. an in uest into the kind of game that is \ tl~ere any signpost ,at th~ Nort~
ment in grade X and a tremendous declme
q. St J I ' It' as just one of RIver road and nOlI here IS there
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played m . 0 m s.
w
h ' help for the motorist who likes to There nre some parts' of the
m gra e J?C, seem ar .0 p .
those things that happen ~ow and t en In explore new country and wants to 'town where preservation is not
The mlPl'ovement In g:ade XI mll~ every tcam game. . BU~ .It. I'an be made ~mow where he is going, how far it needed, cven if the houses are
stem from the fact that thel e has been ~ 'Ol'se bv unfair publtc Cl'ltlclsm of the play- IS from place to place,. and where old. How ancient is Gallagher's
rise in the number of entrants who are \\
W· h e that people will refrain from the road cnds. T~ese sIgnposts ~re Range? How old is Murphy's
gelting their education in senior high and er~.
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a standard servl~c to motorIsts Range? Should not the space they
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,There IS no dIsgrace for any team t la. i thcy should not be provided here. vantage in theintercsts . of the
from a lowermg of standards ~1though thiS is beaten by a better team. But St. J ohn. ~ They add to the pleasures an~ con' upgrading of both the appearance
docs not seem to be a tenable Idea.
. had previouslv shown that Grand Falls IS I'cniences of motoring and enough and property values of the areas
The grade X results call for no speclal not that mu·ch better. The papertowll is c~llecte~ in .n:o~or. taxes to in question?
explanation. They are barely better than players are a good team. They play w.ell Justify theIr prOVISIon.
-At the moment
all developmcnt
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th ey were a yea~ ago.
. together. They are probably e er 1lI- It has bcen reported that thcre, is occurring in the suburbs. But
But the fallmg off ~n .grade IX IS tegrated than the local all stal·s. But t~ey has been some intention of the far too much good and' wellserious. Far too few pupils m our schoo~ are not so much better, not even a frachon I Department of Defence to put situatcd land within the city is
go be~'ond that grade. Moreover. those
h better as Sunday's score would military establishments on Signal occupied by substandard housing
who t~ke it arc in the crucial year of their ~o ~uc
Hill which would interfere with which must some day give way to
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education.
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e historical park as lVell as a place In the process of town replanning,
groundwork Without whlch they cannot morale of the city players mIght have been of popular resort. We cannot thi~ is a subject which should
pass the higher gra~es. And if the number influenced bv the result of that one game. Imagine this is true. Without de· have special consideration. Is that
of passes is below 45 pe: ce~t, it see~s to And we wa~t to point out that while it is siring to u~urp either the know· being given? .
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h Staff, we can sec no useful Iunc- world, old buildings are giving
standards as ta ,en pace m a cr iC • so long as everyone puts his be~t mto t e tion that scrvlce establishments on way to nelV. It will have to happcn
school year.
game We think also that exceSSive chang- the hill can prol'ide. We doubt here. More open spaces are needOnly those completely versed in the 'ng of pitchers can do more to undermine that there arc any that cannot ed. More traffic facilities are re5p~i!iC problems of Newfoundland educa- 1 t
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be had to equal advantage else· quired. And the clearing and retion can come up with the right a~swers to a ,e;~:h~ps last night, since this article where.
planning of many sites now oc.
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The I' frank
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cupied by substandard structures
thi' pel'pIexmg pro em., 1.
'is .written before the event, St. Jo n s as Of course, strange ideas some· has become 'essential. It may take
analysis is necessary because public under- proven that Sunday was not a criterion of times entcr the heads or service a long time to remodel the city
standing and. s.upport. t?ay. be neede~ to quality. Btlt in any case, win or lose, the chiefs. 'rhey may he excused un· but at. least plans for gradual imremedy prevalbng deflclencles,
game's the thing and that is all that counts. der the stress of war whim such provement should be In hand. It
We have reached a stage where the
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blunders as those quonset huts on Is possible that they are on the
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t I t been
the Southside Hlli were made. And drawing board but it would be
professiop 0 f ed uca t lon as a as
were it necessary in time of war useful If Ideas and-Intentions in
made attractive and teachers have a real
to place a few strategic guns on this respect were to be given more
incenth'e to stick to their occupation and
Signal HIlI, that 1V0uid be another publicity..
embm'k upon the progressive improvement
of their own qualifications"
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In a recent article, I made the statement "We
This paper assumes no responslb·
teacher qualifications? On the face of It. must therefore repent the sin" When the article
Ility for opinions expressed by Its
correspondents
the answer must be in the negative.
came back from th~, printer It read "We must ~here~.
Does it lie in the fact that there are lore repeat the sin.
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My original statement was theology as contal~ed BERLIN (Reulcrs)-A delega· Editor DaiI ~
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Dear Slr,-It 15 noted 10 .he re·
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individual h elp t bey need m
ti y curren
Th tendenc),
of the sinner
as tmee
of their education? It may. '
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eeat The phllosophcr William violls oC the Jives led by Russian Council that it is proposed to pro·
. to repent ut 0 rep .
I "1' farmers.
hibit parking on the north side of
Or is there some alarming an d maJor James .speaks In .h,ls writingsIiof Rip
Y Van W11nothe st
~'errls S. O,II·~n. of Nel,;ark, OhIO, Water S!reet for a pcriod of one
defect in our educational metho~s tpat ~ust excuse for habitual co~vlv!a (y. • o~ recall. a saId. ~he SovIet farmers sta.ndard month as one method of solving
be cured? If there is such, the public ought. Rip always said: "We won t coun~ thIS one , ~f~t11 of IlI'Ing, on the average, dId not
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James ~dds Ihat Rip may not count It. and a mercl ~ rise much above the bare ncces. a small part of the present traffIC
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to know about .t.
heaven may not count II, but that it Is being counted sities of Ute.
problem.
.At any rate, the results of grade IX In the cells of his nervoUS system.
Owen said hc gained the im· It Is assumed that if such a move
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are d isconcertmg an nee 0 e pu Ie Y
Repc!ltlon o[ anything ten s 0 es a s
were ~ontcnled, that' they were would have to he revised down·
explained, examined and discussed.' Noth. a habit. We stand In awe of the clrclls juggler or well enough fed and that they were ward for business premises on this
ing can be cured until the cause is ~;nown the acrobat !\ 'Inglng above the crowd on the trapez\ adequately houscd. "But they have side. The reasons are obvious. Ii
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We lislen to thc pianist and wonder why we canno no e~\ra r oubJ.~s for consumer Council res!ricls business opporan un ers 00 •
pla)' that way. There Is an case about aehlevemen~ goods,. hc observed.
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whleh Is even more marvelous than the achieve· Agreeing with this view was J. tun:y on the .north SIde they Imment ltself. But the secret o[ this ease Is repetition, ]1[. meiner. a farm products dis· medIately devalue property on that
repetition, repe!ltlon-hour upon hour of doing thc tributor, of Nampa, Idaho. who side. At one' and Ihe same time
was born in Russia.
they create' first class citizens on
same thing over again.
Kleiner said he assessed Rus· the south side, and second class
Repeat a thought and YOII have 1\ conviction. s~a's present product!on at threc citizens on thc olher.
No lalcnt resource offlJrs' better op- Repeat a conviction and YOII have a purpose. Vitalize limes I~~ prc.rel'~luh~nary level. Right now a number 'of amaleur
portunities for development that would fit a purpose and you have a habit.·
He saId that SovIet CItizens, who . '
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knowledge that they arc making· duced any in Newfoundland as yr.t
progress-how'~ver slow it mav be. there 'are such people as traffic
-i: timber stands of the Labrador coast.
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Small attempts to exploit them have
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been made. These have included the pitthe SOVlCt Umon, .Ie!t Moscow S~I· solution of traffic problems. Such
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NO CRflDLES
farm officials its recommendations men def~~ltelr do ~ot corr: e IIItO
'\ Hope Simpson and the lumber enterprise
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for improving Soviet agriculture. the classlhcatlon of experts as we
have known to be imported here In
of the late Andrew Grieve in the San~wich
,!.fore Ihan a million babies were born In the
the past. other Canadian cities use
Bay area.
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U.S. In the first lour mt;mths of this year, yet ~ou
Ihem wi!h . considerable success.
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The value of the latter industry to the probably couldn't lay your hand on a cradle outSIde
Would it not be just as well, to
whole of the southeast coast of Labrador a mUseum.
handle this matter quickly, and cor·
has been enthusiastically discuss'ed by Mr.
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Chester Dawe after his return from a recent
(Unlted Stales News and World Report)
LETHBRIDGE, AIt. •(CPl- worse con~ounded.
, • cruise. The importance to the Newfound-' Average Incomes in 1954. Professional people, Somc peple, perhaps impressed
ours truly.
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BUSINESS.
. Labrador has been emphasis('d oy the Sell·employed persons, $B,360. Clerks and salesmen, or how a sheriff looks, says J. F.
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,RECORD TEJlIPTIlATURE
~'2t to confront a desperado with
LONDON (Reu~m)-The high· ..
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The Commlsslon reported that lt was '
_:0:He's too busy righl now serving cst temperature recorded so far
';, impressed with the size ~nd quality. of
,AID nOM BEAVERS)
writs of ex~cullon and seizing prop· this year In the BritiSh Isles was
.:.' Labrador timber and believed that "there
(Fc;>rt WilHam Tlmes.Joumal)
erty from those who cannot keep reached' today at Jersey in the
':~l are distinct possibilities for the erection
A State river far!l1er watched two beavers puljlng up their payments to finance, com- Channel ISlands, .where it ·was 91
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0 dl ril)' you would think n farmer would caping bank robbers. Besid~,· he
!ii:' It added that "there is' no reason why t~is' b:!"dlspI!a~d by' the sight. But no~ this one. He hasn't a hoss;
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was lI11l1ing. To a· friend who was watching wl.th
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;'~. th. kind would put an end ~o the large trie~ to dam ~he stream last yea,~ to fix: up a water tendanees
at the' Stratford Shakes· a JapaDese freighter rammed. and
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b _ hole for the catUe. But we dldn., make a very good pearlan Festival last weck totaUed sank !heir 4O·foot trawler in the
.,t. Imports 0 urn I' rom e arltlmes e
f it T'h
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:.~} prOVide 'wha~ we want and cannot get m take/' He also 'added Ihat because the beavers 225 the number of p~rsons who brother, John,' 49'jaid. they spent
~., quantity' from local mills.',
favorite .wood, poplar ,was scarce on the farm, he have seen performances at the fes· two hoursadrlft i calm 'seas in Ii
this year. One week is left in 10·foot dinghy a£t'~r their b.o'at. was
Pulpwood exploitation has begun~ The planned to bring in' a loa~ of I~ this fall [or their tlval
the festival and nine pertormances sunk by the 10,OOO·ton freighter
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Open Road On.
Canadian Army
Newsletter
Yellowhead Route
Across Rot~kies
A Weekly Feature"
Lm than three years ago the and the Military Cross for gal·
Canadian Army Applentice Plan lantry in the field.
was Inaugurated. Since then 117
In 1946 he retired to civilian
1.111)' trained, younll trRdesmen life, married and settled down at
11a\'c graduated and more than 1100 Salmon Ami, B.C. He now has
t,thers are still attending classes Ihree daughlers.
.t various Corps schools.
When the Korean WaJ; broke
The aim of the plan Is to train oul, he valunteered flu' service
rl'Ys for leadership through bal· and was given command of the
anced courses of military training, 2nd BattnUon PPCLI "'lllch
l.alles apprenticeship and school. held for Its whole slay It. Korea.
Depending on interest and ability, Here Colonel Stone won another
I'Hmp1ete cour.es are offp,red In D.S.O. '
19 difftrent trades.
He returned to Canad:: and con·
f:nrolment Ihis year 11'111 con tlnued to ,command the battalion
t!mlc until 16 September. By that at Calgary until 1953 when he was
tUIlC It Is expected that lao wlll appointed Chief Instructor at the
hal'c been enrolltd for 1I15!5.
1\oyal Canadian School of Infantry
To become Itl apprentice soldier at 'Camp Borden. In 1954 he was
ft boy must be between 16.and 17 promoted to full Colonel and made
~ ~ars old and have not less than a Prol'ost Marshal of the Canadian
:'::.de VIII educatlon. On enrol· Army.
ment an apprentice gels t.alf the
All Regular Force officers and
I'l)' of a prh'ale reerult and full Chief of l'oUce Strange gathered
par when he reaches his 17th in the mens at five thirty Friday
birthday.
evening, 12 August, to meet "lIig
Cnur~es last for two )'ears and Jim", as he is known to his
tr3inin~ Is gh'en at the Corps friends. He was particularly pleas,
~\'hool of the Ro)'al CanadIan Ar· ed to find heru Capt. L. M. Hen·
tillrry, Royal Canadian En~ineers, way, M.C: (Chub) who served
Ho)'al Cananian Corps of Signals, under him In Korea.
no)'.1 Canadian Army Service
Colonel Stone was accompanied
rorp;. Royal Canadian Ordnance by Major J. III. Wa;&h, Eastern
Corp'. Ro~;al Canadian Electrical Command Provost lIIarshnl. They
'n~ ~Iechanlcal Ensineers and the left again on Sunday, 14 August.
ranadian Arm)' Training Schoo:
(Sotto voce: with such men as
At ,'alcartier, Quebec. So far only Colonels Lambert, Slone, and
file boys from Newfoundland hosts of others of all ranks in all
h,'o\'e laken adl'antage of this Iraln· services we Ieed our youth sucb
:.,~ plan, ,\nr bo)' who wants to trash as "comic" book beroes! In·
l~in thl~ ,car should be at 12 Per· deed "wisnom Ihou art fled to
10nnel Depot, Buckmn~ler'~ Field, brutish beasts".)
SI John's, b)' 6 September.
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'lore Ihan 1500 Canadian Army
~oldiers' children are ~olng to
'chool In Germal\J'. Three ·hun·
rlred of them between ages 4 to
I~ ~pent mo;t (If this summer In
rla"room~. They were g~tling
~11~cial Irainin~ in nris anti crafts
ha~cc\ on a Biblical' background.
Of[icer cadet 2/LI. John Irwin
nf 0,h3\\'a. a theulogical student
•m'ins this summer with the
Royal Canadian Army Chaplain
I'orp, I, the principal of the
.chool and the twenty·flve teach·
tn are volunteers from the wi\'es
~nn daughter! of soldiers.
Sleepy TOl\in
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Canadian Press Staff Writer
EDMONTON (C'P)-A cavalcade
of cars will rumble next month
along a rough. narrow mountain
road through the Rockies to Kam·
loops after making a,rendezvous at
the foot of 13,OOO·foot Mount Rob;
son, highest peak In the Rocky
mountains.
The road they will follolV, better ' "
known as the Yeliowhead rou\'2,
parallcl~ roughly the old Athabasca
trail, one of the busiest· trade
routes in the days when fUr was
king ,and·the canoe was the fast·
cst means of transportation.
For tmose making the trip it will
b a partial realization of a dream
of a norUHcntral. highway llnk on
,
'
(NEA Telephoto)
a route between Winnipeg, Saska·
BIG BLAZE IN GEORGIA-Gigantic mushrooms of boiling black smoke rise skyward ftom burning pine toon, Edmonton, Jasper, Kamloops
tree stumps at the Hercules Powder Co., plan~ In Brunswick, Ga. The fire, starl?d by . lightn!n g, and Vancouver.
destrdyed stumps covering a city.block aren., Firemcn, fearful of the cUecl thot HurrIcane Dlane mIght LONG CAMPAIGN
The cavalcade also represent an·
have on the blaze, labored through th~ night to quell the fire.
other phase In a long battle for
the route. This will be 'the first
time since 1949 that' fleet of cars
has' crossed tile Rockies over the
Yellowhead pass and gone on down
to Kamloops.
The campaign for the north·"
central !,rterial highway started
"
(NEA Radio Telepboto)
~~~~ ~~agU:i~e~ea!~d ag~Of:sh~n ~ FALLS TO DEATH-New Yorl' sInger Warren Hayes plunsel to hi.
men Irom citless and t~wns s~~~:g death from the 10th !loor I)f the f1~ming Hotel Vogue In Rio de Janlero,
the proposed roule. banded together Brazil. Hayes, 22, died nstantly when he miss?d an aerial !adder r~ls~!d
to form the Trans.Canada Highway by firemen and fell to the stree!, At least SIlt othe~ reSidents du!d IB
Sysl'~m Association (Yellowhcad'
the fire which destroyed the hotel.
Route) ..
For years, before the southerly pr~ssing need for adequate road1 of the r~ad will be caUed ~ tbe
route through Calgary and the systems which Canada mu!t de· not·too·dlstant future. He saId be
Kicking Horse pass was chosen as veloJ!.
hlghwa)'s deparmen is surveying
the trans·Canada highway, the as' GAPS TO BE FILI,ED
he roue and consruclion on som.·
sociation tried to convince the fed· Mayor Hawrelall saiel the Yello'\\'· parts Is under way.
eral government anti anyone Who head Association hoped considera· Supporters of the northern rout,
would listen that the Yellowhead tion of Canada's highways system say conslruction hetween J~5per
pass route Was an immediate na· would be one of the items on the and Kamloops would be relati\'ely
hvonal neeessily. The association agenda of the Oct. 3 dominion· cheap and easy I comparad lI'itb
also called for f~deral financial aid provincial conference.
building trans· mountain routes In
to construct and maintain the high. Much of Ihe Yellowhead route the sooth.
way.
duplica~s existing provincial high· They add that, once built; the
Gradually since the southern ways. A lot of It is paved but be· road would be inexpensive to mainroute was picked for Canada's main fore the Yellowhead roule' can be· tai, under all weather condition I
(NEA TelepllOlo)
east-west highWay the organization come an all·weather main hig4way and that the area is virtually Ire.
became known- as the YellIJwhead some of it will have to be widened, of rock and snow slides:
PICKET RED Ft\R~ GROUP-Nearly 100 plckels march oulside Ihe lJUilding where members of the
Association.
But the campaign for and paved and some still has to be South~rn·routes supporter. laY
\'isltlng llussinn farm delegation were holdIng a news conference amI buffet super. The marchers
the YeJlowhead route is much too
the north·eentral roule has contln built
said they were memben of a Ukrainian org~ni;:ation.
ued.
Th~ route branches northwest· far from the intemational boundar,
STAUNCH SUPPORTER
ward from the trans·Canada high· to be of any value in attractinl
Mayor WilJiam Hawrel' lAEd· way at Portage la Prairie, Man. It tourist traffic, and that it woult
manton, president of the associa" passes through Yorkton. S~skatoon; carry cross·Canada road traffic lSI
tion, says completion of the route North BatUeford and Lloydminster miles or more away from centres
wiil have a "tremendous cIfect on in Saskatchewan, Edmonton, Jas· of population in southern Saskatch·
the economy" and will hlp to unite per over the Yellowhead pass and ewan and Alberta.
Canadians economically and 50' the~ southwest through Kamloops They add the easier construction
cially.
,
to Vancouver.
and maun~~nanee is .more tha~ off
Mayor Hawrelak says:
West of t~e Alberta border Is set by its inconveDlent location.
"Compl~tion of the highway will tha weak link In the Yellowhead
DmDYOUNG
provide a direct route from Win· route. TIle 34·mile section between
nipeg to Vaneouyer, through Sas. tbe provincial line and Blue River, Jane Austen, ont' n( i":;: ,'" -:!'.
katoon and Edmonton, for the first B.C., was surveyed by federal famous novelists, died in 1817 at
time and will likely induce lower crews and 11 preliminary road was tbe age of 42.
freight costs between Edmonton built by Japanese labor during tha
NON·IRRITAXT
and Vancouver ..
Second World War. Little ~as been
Beeswax. beeause It i~ non·irrit,
"Certainly it will increase the done to it since.
ating. is often used as a base fClt
tourist jfdustry and will provid~ PASSABLE ROUTE
t, ,3all - important transportation
But Highways Minisler p, A. ointments or plasters,
link which will stimulate develop- Gaglardl of British Columia says
BECAME BRmSHER
mnt in interior British Columbia," the cavalcade will be able to drive
Georg
Friedrich Handcl, Gpl'
He said the road will also prove over the coute In Septemj}ar. Mr.
valuable from the civil defence Gaglardi told the association's an· man.born composer of th" famrf
point of view and that civil de. nual mceting at Kamloop! In June Messiah, became a naturalized cit
fence authorities say there Is a that contracts for a major stretch Izen of England.
a
By WALTER GRAY
CanadIan Press Stall Writer
SIF:rON, Man. (CP)-The world
seems to by·pass this town of 350
persons.
Situated 17S miles northwest of
Winnipeg, Sifton is well off the
bea~~n path. Only a dirt road con·
ncets It to the main highway nine
miles to the east, though It strad·
dies a CNR line that croaes the
lush farmlands.
But within the nondescript walis
:\EWFOU~DLAND
of a few w~l1·weathered barns and
YOIl know from your loc,,1 press buildings, small Industry Is at work
.nn radio Ihat the 166 (Nfld,) bringing at least $3go,OOO annual
r~venue to th community.
Ill'ld Re~lment RCA recently had VARIED PRODUcrs
• li,'it from their old command· The dlversity of Sifton's industry
!r.c officer, Col~nel H. G. Lamberl. Is amazing. It Includes one of tile
IlSO. Too ortCIi we walt for a mnn fell' placl!s on the continent that
:" dir before we express affection makes spinning wheels. The same
!'.r him. The 166tll is therefore to firm puts out a staggering number
I,. rongratulated on their happy I o.f beer carlin handles. Anotlm
I
d'
h
h i I firm manufactures comforters and
hou2ht of oang unour to t e r blankets known throughout Canada BI
'
(NEA Telephoto)
I"mmandinl( officer in th~ way ~ and the United States.
d ~~JlI~t~SE STILI, STANDS-Leaning lI'ith the wind, a birdhouse manage to slaml nm'id hurricane
'!H'Y did. The Grand Falls Adl·er.! One firm makes tombstones, and
shore at Wrlgh~sville, N.C. High seas prevailed after Hurricane Diane moved inland,
tl'cr reports that the 'Colonel was another, specializes In hand·cnardlg lireos.~ 5af therldngbt~e
e
e
rls
was
the reslll~ of Hurricane Con nle's \'islt last week .
~ n'en a \\'onderful time In "that another specializes in hand-cardlng
~rca. Veterans of the 166th showed . machine!.
',
the mysterious orlglOS of Alfie's
111m all Grand Falls Bishops Falls
And a S\'!lect 'group of 'women he said. "Our products are some·
carving ability says his most prob11
d
I' I
' ' are so busy Imlttlnl( sweaters that thing that arc always used."
",
able birth dale was 1850.
'ot . . . oo and too, h m 10 sec householll duties are sometimes ne. NOTABLE SWEATERS
"
He neilher learned to read nor
Illme lumber eamJls where he was glected.
Mr. McPhedraln, meanwhile,
write
"but his natil'e wit made,
a guest of the Woods Division of
The success of Sitton'~' smaIJ In· branched out on his own after the
him,oblivious to formal conventions
the A.N.D. Company. He opened dustry goes baek to the 19305. John first mill closed, His Mary Maxim
and brought forth his carefree and
the new Legion Club at Bishop's Weselowsld, a blacksmith who mt. "northland" sweaters are noted for
devastating comm~nts on the more
which they named the Canadian grated ',to Manitoba 56 years ago, their unlqoo, multi.colored designs.
pompous personalities of the day."
l.~gion Lambert Club ni his hon. Innnlell a new type of spinning The business became so success. SAINT JOlIN, N.B. (CP)-"Alfie INVENTIVE
TALENT
~lIr.
wheel.
ful that McPhedraln 0 pen e d the whIttier" has lost his mystery.
Alfie
spent
a few years in Hal·
He joined forces with Wlilard branches In Dauphin, Man., and A long·buried story uncovered
The Canadian Army Newfound· McPhedraln, until a month ago Paris. Ont. In June he left the CNR here leaves Uttle doubt that the ifax before going to England. While
I.,nd area on Friday el'enlng 12 CN Ragent at Sifton since 1926, to and moved lil$ operations to Dan. man Halifalt, residents knew only in the Nova Scotia city he operated
Au~U,I, recell'ed an all too short organize a woollen mUl.
phln, 20 miles southeast. But he as "Alfie the whittler" was
ec· a, small repair shop on Argyle
I'isit from one of Canacla's most GETS NEW LIFE
Niles on the women of Slfton to centric penknife artist, Allie Riggs street.
D3scentlants of' the RiggS fam·
Illlblanding soldiers, Colonel J. R.· The mill operated un1il1940 when do the bulk of his knitting.
of Fairfield, N.B.
ily say Alfie made many improve·
Stone, D,S.O" M.C., Provost Mar. It Was finally forced to dose and Mary Atamancuk Is one of the Hallgonlans knew him as a bi· ments in existing patterns of arti·
,h~,l of Ihe Canadian Army,
the machinery-much of It hand· more proUfie knitters .. Last season eycle·ridlng ea'rver' who roametl ficlal IiJ11bs during the years he
Colonel Stone was born In Eng. built by Mr. We5'~lowskl - ' was she knit more than 60 sweaters. !he streets In the early 1900s leav· spent in England.
moved to Brandon. ,In 1944, Wes- For each sweater she is paid $12 lng samples of his unsigned work
He Is also said to have spent
bnd and as. a \'er.v ,"oung man cows
I kl' s son, Nes ter, now 27, reo and If the garment Is of a special in many homes.
r:Hne 10 Canada sceklng atlventure organized the mlli In Sifton and has design she coU~cts $15.
It Is most likely that tb~ Halifax some time ,lVorking on theories of
al1ll fortune. lie wa~ an outdoor ,since built It up to a thriving busl· "If I haven't too much else to can'ing was executed, by Alfie heavier·than·air flight, and to have
typ~ anll. ~o he became a pros· ness.
'
do ,arounl the house I can knit a Riggs, born near Tyneinouth creek, invented an aiteraft consisting of
pr,(.tllr, Ihen R cowboy anr! then n At peak production durinl( tho sweater In four days," she said. St. Jo\Jn cllunty. whose few worries a iarge revolving umbrella with
and a hand crank.
rallcher in the Peach Rh'er Dis. season which rllns from July to Tbe money she earns Is Slltnt on and inhibitions made him "a char· gears
Many
timers remember his
trirt 01 Norllmn Alberta and In April, the mill turns out 200 pounds personal clothes, and, last year it acter about the city," sayS an ar· claim thatold"if
thcre was any force
ilritL.h Columbia.
of yarn a day. Some raw wool is linBneed a holldnr.
.
'
ticle In The Times·G1obe.
' of power to make it go round iast
purchased locally, and the rest FACl'ORY IN BARN
CURIOUS CARVINGS
tin the !irst day or War II he from Toronto.
H-~r husband, Steve, 43, operales
Many of the curious carvings arc enough, . it would lift off the
ground."
..
.I o illr<i the LO)'al Edmonlon Regl·
Flft~en residents are employed at Spin Well Products in a barn at in· the Nell' Brunuwlck museum
menl as a private. At the end of the mill, manufacttlring such prod· the rear of their home. Wlten the here near a hlgh·wheeled bicycle
SELECT'GROUP
the war he was still with the regl. ucts as ktalttlng yam, mitts, sleep- Woollen mill folded, Atamllnchuk' he rode pell·mell through city'
The
term
·I~ us·
ment, hut he was then'lIs com. Ing robes, comforters and blankets. who was employed at the mill, to~k strcets during freljuent trips from ually applied blue·storki"g
to women of learl),'
manding officer hal'lng served In
Nester saId in an interview the over the spinning wheel business his Fairfield, ~.B. farm.
Ing and literary accom[llishment.
,
' •• 'e frnm private to lieu. firm has 20,000 regular customers At one time ha put out 30 wheel~ Among them Is a totem pole he
tenant.colonel. He won two D.S.O.5 On Its mailoOrder list.
a week but as the art of spinning carved· as a memorial for his
s"We have naver had a bad year" lost pop u I a r I t Yhis production father's grave.
JInxED ~IARmAGE
The carver's, sudden rise to fame Marriage between white and col.
was ,parked by discovery of a ored personsisproh ib -se vtenldl
huge, intricately.carved fireplace ored persons is prohibited in sev·
In a Halifax home. The owner knew eral states of theU. S.
only that it had fleen made by a
---,,--..!.'---man her mother knew as "Alfie
WOlllEN STUDENTS
the whlttler,'"
. In 1954, more than 897,000 women
Other HaUgonians who owned ~~re, enroiled In United States col·
samples of his work were unable leges and universities,
10 shed ltIIy 1Ight on hIs history. '
Throughout Newlound.
FAJIIILY ALLOWANCES
A wrl~~r' here who dclved Into
-:---:--::-::::-_ _ _.,..,_..:.:-_
Under a law passed in 1946 in
land, tb. phrase "Steel,
dropped. SUll, orders come in.from ,Norway, a\lowances are paid ,to
work by Robb" is accept- •
such faraway places. as South families having more than one
ed.1S synonymous with
Africa and Mexico. Last year be child, providIng the child is under
made :70 wheels ,and' 90 hand· 16 and a resident there.
sound., engineering, and
carders. He alSo sold nearly 180,.
expert workmaaship.\ye
000 boor carton handles to' Winni·
arc proud to have been
peg breweries last year.
. Down the street Metro Lozinski's
associ!1ted with many of •
Made·Well Manufacturing Co. pro, th'e fine structures of,
duces hand woolcardlng mae1¥nes
'Eastern' Canada";"large
and boats, Alex Wlznlak's wild oat
grain cleaners made in the Sifton .
and small.
wOOd· and iron works" ara sold
throughout western Canida arid the
northern .united States. Four years
ago John Kslonzyk ittarted a sue·
cessfnl cement block factory.
nne .AL DIV IIO,N
And the ,.tombstones made In
A drlldl.".
10••••••••••• WORKS UMnlD
Nick Caruk's' SUlon monument
DOMINION IRIDI1E COMPANY, LIMITED
AMHUST, N.S.
works dot the i:emeter~as for a 100·
inlle radius.
I'
,----,
NOTICE
I
Mvstery of "Alfloe
The WhittIer"
CI··eare
' d Up
an
In
"10
"
0'
-.~.--.-
To The General Public
of Bell Island
During the past several months ,the Company's Tran~
Island Conveyor has been in course of. construction. Trial runl
will commence on August 22nd, and the f~1I system will go into
regular operation on September' lit.
This Conveyor, running beside the Company's Ore Road,
is on Company property. At the start the Conveyor will operate
without any cover and the machinery and belt will b. exposed.
,
e
~
This could be dangerous to trespalsen. '
To avoid accidents the General Puhlic is hereby notified
to k"p off this right of wa'y, Parents' art especially asked to
co-operate by keeping their children away from the belt
operation~
Dominion Wabana Ore
Limited
Wabana, Newfoundland,
August 16th, 1955.
ag17,61
8.,;-; THE DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23,1955
II
:;'CHIT CHAT COL~MN
By Ceean
ASTRO-GUIDEII
For TuesdlY, August 23
t
Pres.nt-For You end
Yours . . . Anolher ellcellent
day-bolh for bll5iness and perreturn to their homes In Dor·
sonal affain. Wholehearted co:;: :.ON:,JlOLlDAY
operation should pay dividends.
.; .. :;: ),r. and Mr!. Ronald Hollett and chester, Mass,' arier spending a
The ones you love can conlribule
wonderIul
holiday
with
their
par·
'
" ·:tMlf ,three children, Patricia,
much to your peace of mind
ent!
and
friends
11:1
Norlh
River.
" , 'l?*,,!d .and' ,Barb!ra arrived In th~
now. Lean on Ihem for ad·
elly last we~k from Montreal 10
vice .'and comfort. OUstanding
"r ,pend :aholidlY with' Mr. Hollet's VISITED BOTWOOD
lalenls are in line for recogni·
"', t - Parenti, . Mr, and
blrs. Malcolm Mr. Gordon Jewer of TCA staff '
lion, denote planetary radiations.
, , ;HIiUeU, Maple Street.
at Torbay lef~ hcre on Saturday
,_
•
to spend a short holiday Wlttl his
Future . . . Total population Plist. . . Seven years aso to.~VISITING MONCTON
parents, Mr. and Mrs: Walter
stocking or in a dozen otller ways
will aro w rapidly but our work.· day. there was qui Ie a furor
CLEVELAND-(NEA) - Pretty
.
.
around the house, So 1 pul a iii·
: Mr. and Mrs. R.. Hickey lare ·at Jewer at Botwood.
ing population will arow slowly. when a young singer gave her
Emmie, Gabor used her brain~
tic on Iheedge of the belt."
We'll have 30 million mar e first public concerL Her name
,pruent ·,peadlne. a holiday' at
-and a bit 'of pink naU polish and
The r~su1t? Mrs.: Gabor came
people in 20 years, but age was Margaret Truman and the
.lIoaeton. Mrs. HIckey 15 secretary RETURNED HOME
won
$6,592,
,
up
with
Ihe
answer
to
a
problem
brack.et
20-6S will increase by concert took place in Hollywood
, :;: ,w''Dr, R. GUlhue at Memorial Unl· Mr. ,and Mrs. Herbert Cross,
all Thompson cngineers hadn't sue·
U was her sward for savlnr.
only '1 million.
Bowl.
:)erilt)', and Mr,Hlckey Is I\a. Porlugal Cov~ Road, who !pent an
ceeded in solving. She saved the
more than !40,000 for the jet ah'·
~;~OJICd here with the R.C.M.P.
enjoyable holiday with friends al craft division of Cleveland's
oJ
The Day Under Your Sign
company $43.948 In a singI~ ycar.
,
Lewlsporte, returned to the city Thompson Products Ltd.
ARIES [10.. Morch 2tte Ap,it 201
LtlRA [Sopl. 23 to Oel. 221
A Tapeo romance led. to Mrs.
~J.EF1' FOa TJtip
.last week.
Statt your .,icWIi (,fKisel" Imt wil~~ut A. &ODd dayl NtW", ta;GlJ!lttrl ,..ith
,Gabor's
marriage
about
a
year
U's
-the
largest
award
ever
won
IIno
••
il.,U
impUtations.
"Iou
(Oulll
lin
frae1ub and u~e",pt(ttd lurprtHS ~U add
. Mill Diane Sparkes, Prince WIl·
othtrJ wrona imprtsli01l,
up ,. the lulhl1mtnt of )'OUr deslrn.
, and a half ago to Edward J, Gabor
by a Thompson employe, and one
VISITING
FRIENDS
.
111111 Place and Miss Grace Escott,
"ice president of the employce's
TAURUS [Ar"iI 2t t. 1.4" 20)·
SCORPIO lOci. 21 !o N.... ll1 •
Miss K, Roude of the 'Avalon oC th'a largest ever awarded any
Allandale Road, Jeft here ~n SI'n·
Vou u ...
lollow • hunch now, II RnolU w,1I bt In dtrect !II'. 10 th.
independent union.
Induslrlal
worker
In
the
country.
will
par
aUt
Carttl'
mlnttl
art
.spc.
.Uort lOU e-;r:cnd today. It. up to )Iou.
.:. di1:by S.S. Northern Ranger fo'r Telephone Company Is at present
Frayed edges kept appearing on
ti.ny w,lI .'p«lrd,
R,dJlllCns itT' ,ou • boosL
"I met him on the second 'shirt,"
: .Colber Brook, and plan to return spending her vacation with friends the tiny belt of .the polishing mac·
GEMINI\MI, 2t t, Ju., 2t,
SAGmARIUS IH ••• 21 to OK. 21)
she said. smiling, "and he invited
A ItnSf 0 humor will prowl' invaluable There i, t111phalll an the plcallnt 'Ide
at Slephenvllle Crossing.
hlne Mrs. Gabor used to finish jel
, to tbe city by rail from ,here.
tod.y. A fint prriod tu consuh Cllhtn of Ii Ie: and )'OU lUnd a 1000 ",";nu
me to have a hamburger wilh him.
onglne blades. Then tha belt
for assistance.
'
pf havinl a serioul prob1em deared up.
Then he didn't call me for three
would brllak and she'd have to get
HOUSE WARMING
CAHCER
(Ju.,
2Z
t,
Jul,
22)
CAPRICORN (Doc. 22 t. J ••. 1'1
WEDDING
weeks. I didn't think I'd made
Don't M: an,.suspitioul 01 the molins Tilhlrft the reins o[ lupemsion of pun.
On Monday evening, August lsI., up and change It.
The wedding took place at the
much Impression on him. But
er another, De certain your nil con· reoPle. Calm them down before th."
JCicnce is clear. tbot
rttum to KhDOI next. _nih!
R. 'c. Basilica of St. John the a number of friends gave a sur·
eight months later we were mar·
"11 ,was an awful nuisance-and
LEO [Jul, 21 Ie Au., 22)
AQUARIUS (J, •• 10 t. F,". II)
:Baplist on August 161h wllh prise house warming to Mrs, F. J, just like Ihe little braided rug In
ri~d.
Domrstic ,itualion clean Uf". Dc,,'. Jlotd 1f olhtrs ate ready te~mlkt UP their
Nuptial 111m of ElIzabelh Nose- Lukins at hcr new home al 6 (ronl of m~' kitchen sink that kcpt
Ii Irud". Refrain 'mft menti"..irr, the mind5-. don'. witbho1d 3'flUr on c!t(biClft.
"Wc haven't deciderl what lI'e
WI.Urt il the futun..
Don'e dell,. f'l'Otfcdinlt! ....
~',,'orthy of YOllng Street to Der· Darling Street. Mrs, Lukins was .raveling around the edg'~s," she
~re going to use the $G."i92 for yel.
VIRGO ' ....
t, S.,I, 221
PI~CE5
t9 t, M."h 101
.. mott ,Ioseph Clancy 01 60 Carter'! prcscnted with beautiful girts and said.
But last nighl I \l'as so excited
tJOOlI't br hasty aixlut commiUiftl; ~.adf ThinK' will come )"Our WI)' thl. Ii ..
with these gifl5 \\'cnt the sincere
It
'
....heu. 'inaneu 1ft fonctmtd. ""ou'li rb)' 10 be rud1 rDr thtrl\. Shat. 7 whcn
I
heard
about
it,
I
burned
Hill.
,
wishes for el'ery happinm In her'
I used nail polish ~ keep my
tttttl tllh on hint! JIOM.
harJ'lineu with' Dthers.
the roast. My dinner was" flopl"
Cl19!I. Fi,ld En'trpri .... l ...
ftIRS. EMMIE GABOR used her polish to good adnntage.
nel\' home.
rug from fra~'lng just ltke any \\'0'
man used to slop a run in _a..
:HO~I: ON rAl..\TION
',:: . Th~ man)' friends of Mr, and
I
more, they moved wilh a grara
:.:: Mr!. DaI'id O'Brlen of North nh'· YISITINfi CItY
and ease the newcomers to tha
Mr. Douglas Stanley and Mr.
class-whatever tmir age-usually
~'r,· Conception Bay, will be pleas.
lacked.
,rI.lo hear thai for the past fOllr Ernesl Stanley Jr., of Toronlo arc
In short ,these women \\'ho
_week. thc~: hal'e had Ihe pleasure at present \'\sltlng the city Oil
TAKE CARE WITlI FADS
through exercise had been faith·
-:.IIC·. \'Islt from their Ihrce <laugh. holhlaY,and are the gues~ tir Ihelr
ful about keeping their bodies trim
-len, II well as their grand·cllll· uncle Mr. Ernesl Stanle)" '6 Cathe,
BY ALICIA HART
and supple Ihrough the years had
',~drfn, Ie the persons of Mr. John dral Street.
Hair styles go wild among the
done
moro to kecp the appearance
By RUTH MILLETI'
;;"M.ellus and daughter Diane. Mr.
leen.agers in many towns. If the
o! youth than any amount of m[)o
BY BILL AND EILEEN LOVETl
··.•nd 'Mra. Robert Dwyer and Son LEFT FOR TORONTO
ney spent on facials. clothes. hair·
Do you 1I~ scrubbing floor5 _
boys aren't culling Iheir hair like
REGUI.AR EXERCISE WILl.
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Hickman left I don't. But It's' a chore that I've
. John, Mr•• LaurllJlce Boueher and
HELP WOJlIAN KEEP YOUTH· yes, etc" could have bought
Indians or completely flat on top,
them.
daughter Carrol.' Mrs, Boucher'S here on Salurday for Toronlo. made easter by ,sewing patch poco
the girls are, bleaching their or
FUL LOOK
Come 10 think of it, when you
i,.ather·ln.law also accompanied where they will attend the wed· kets to my jeans and Inserting
oJl'~rating with kitchen shears,
see a man Who obviously looks
, " ,tht partJ to North Rlvfr for his ding· of IIIr. Hlekman:s brother, squares of hall.inch thick foam rub.
Being in the cro~'d is a good
For some time I'\'~ been won· younger than his wife, }'oU USII·
feeling. And fortunately, expres·
. .f'.rsl visit to, Newfoundland. On Mr. John lllekman on Saturday, ber.
dering
if at least p~rt of the time ally find out Ihat he has remained
Troubled
by
failing
nowers
in
a
sing
in
ness
by
hair
styles
is
::SlInday the party left by train 10 August 27th.
the
avcrage
housewife spends Iry· far more physically active Ihan
low bowl arrangement? We use a
never too permanent. Parents
ing to stay young ~y g?ing to shc through the years.
suction typep In hold'~r, which Is
who are horrified by white "skunk
beauty shops. pattmg \D face· Regular exercise is somethinl
heavy and won't rust. to hold the
locks" In the middle. of their
creams, etc" mig~t not be be!ler that ·women wbo want 10 stay
flowers correetiy. Bill bought sev.
'daughter's bongs oftcn forget how
sJl'~nt. on some kmd of phYSIcal, young looking as long as possibll
eral from our local. florist.
quickly hair grows.
exercIse. .
-and what woman doesn't-ought
We painted our scre~ns I a 5 I
q\\!ekly hair growsn,
an
exercise
class
the
olher'day,
to give some consideration
week.end. Black on the Inside
Even the disaslrous rcsults tha t
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and while on the outside, so tlUlt
some te~ners obtain by trying to
This
dass
has
been
running
for
-f.;
we can look out bul no one will
blcach ecrtain shadcs of brunette
)'cars as a city recreation deparl. All children bel\\'~en the ;ge~ n! .
be able to lool! Inl
hair and having it lurn green won't
menl's answer to woman's et~r· six and 14 in Germany must attend
Hope you'll join Ihe Lo\'ell fam.
last. forever, .
a rccognized school.
nal effort to stay )'oung.
l1y in our crusade to mak,~ ollr
There arc olher ways of exprcs·
The
experience
was
eye.opcning,
I
b~aehes safer and cleaner. One
sing inn.ess. h()wel"~r, that arc not
Before el'cn asking menlbers of
of the great hazards, Is wc've
so lransient, Adhesil'e lape in tllC
the class hoW long t1t~y had bcen
learned
fronl
painful
experience.
b~y
friend's'
initials
can
come
to
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I · ,·going
to this daily, half·hour ex·
i~ broken glass. IOUI' slogan is,
be quite embarrassing by Septcm.
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ercise class, I could spol the lon2·,
"kC'~p botUes off the beach!" To
ber, when the tan won'l fade anrl
lime regulars lIithoul any trouble
help Us do that sun.tan oil and
the bo)' has. •
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at aU.
now
even
insect
repellent
come
in
A
most
unh~althy
habit
is
pop·
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The hair or A "regular" might I
a ~mall pliable plastic lube. Th~y
ular in some 10ll'ns, thRt of serat·
GORA II • plellI'"
be gray and the years might, hal'e'
arc easier to carry ann, of course.
ching initials in the skin. As soon
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in
deepen~d
lines
left
their
the~e'~ ne\'~r any danger from
as a scab grows. It's ~eratchcrl
Im,..di,l. nlit! ill
Around the mouth and eyes.
broken glass.
again and pretty 'soon Ihere's a
Sim I
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E,"\' To S\1ot Regular~
enablll ~I! moll.:
A film of soap or nil on glass
scar spelling the current flame's
But
to
lhe
last
one
Ihe
regulars
.d
',b, tt enl"
will allow you 10 removc any
initials.
".,ill",lId ,.... AI
all had onc thing in eommonpaint that spatters on windows Favorite "pineapples" form the . Perspe~live .is somelhing to ~eep
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Ihey stood and walked young and
when you paint the frames. We pl·~tty pattern of this cover - 10 m mind If thiS unappetizing habit
Ihere was 110 housewifu's sprea"
0 d in your
town,
W • the hard IIway!
learned
beautify, prolect your preelou< 'IV Iak~ h
I
' 'Just im· Y011 'II love Ih'IS neW malernlty
' about their middles, no thick arm,
ngine trying 10 (!X1llain to our style - for comforlable, flattering or heavy highs. And, furthel"
e ve put a cy nerer made out set. Very easy 10 crochet.
of lar paper·' around our newly Pattern 7110: Cloehet TV squarp. own chill! who "J, H," was. when fit, throughout the Waiting period!
of lar paper around our ewly 24.lnches In No. 30 mercerized the chili! knows you've always Your favorite shirt.top, wilh eho·
transplanled plants.· This keeps ~utton smaller, in No. 50 lar:;~[ loved his father.
ice of lailored or short puU(!d
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awa)' cut worms unUl the planls, In crochet. knitting cotlon.
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s eeves.
1m s 1ft e ow, cut-oul
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tn
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to prtcpare ?Iaryland ; second, planting or spreading poi.1 coins for this pattern (slamps call'
,to
, ;_=:':;:
fried rhll'Ren. all the \al'latlons Rre delicious.
I son baIt.
nn !J.~ accepted) to ST. JOH~I':) ALJ,A~-P~ssed pea~efully away
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lHILY NEWS, Ho 5 e hold Al'ls Friday morning. Michael Allan. Sizes
16 shirt
10, takes
12, 14,2'h
16, yards
18, 20,35-lneh
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1 egg slightly beaten 1 cup milk! rac k under the itchen sin\< to Dept 60 FRONT STREET, WEST, Veteran of World War,One• .son of fabric skirt takes 2 yards.
:;: .:Even In Mmryland, alt lIood salt a'n dpepper. 1\" cups craeke: store b~eaeh, soda. starch botUes TORONTO, ONT. Print plainly the late . Patrick and Margarel This pattern easy to us~, sim·
.:cooks do not agree on how to prc. crumbs, 'h. (liP buller or mar. ~Ic. II s ~o much neater and cas· N AM E. ADDRESS, PATTERN Allan. Leaving 10 mourn, his pic to sew, is Icsled lor fit. Has
:pire M~rYland fried chicken. garine, shortening, 2 cups hot IeI' for me 10 pick out Ihe botUe NUMBER.
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widow. the former Mary nyan~ and complete illustrated instructions •
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~I for eoo"in'g
Ihe chlnken
m'llk• b'
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need.doubt )'our "oungstcrs
1955 IAhce
Sen d TlIIRTY .FIVE CENTS
(35
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E tit ree sIst erSt II'Irs. T'Imolhy Flynn.
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r. ;:ji)'!ng the chickens and serving a Season chicken
li'ith salt ours, will ,pick up heir shal'e of joy pages and pages 01 exciting
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:,' ::uiamy gra\')' over
crisply and pepper, dip inlo egg mixlure Ihorns. prlAekles orI tlhiistlc!.
new designs, - knilting, crochet.
thiS
plainly SIZE.
ADDRESS,
y
, '. =;trliid pieces. Olhers railed lor and roll In crumbs. Heat bulle .. s~mmer.
. ~omp e c y pam ess e~broidery. Iron·ons, toyS an~ nov· a , ' ," on ,a mornmg rom u STYLE l'\U~IBEn.
~!lU'."., ; ;:~d~p fat frying and no gral'y at and enough .hortening in a heavv lIay of removl~g them fro,m !he eilles! Send 25 ~nts'for your copy "aterford Bridge Road, to' SI. Send [Ie t ANNE ADA~IS
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to make a layer of fat Ii, ,skin that somehmes works Is slm'i of, this wonderful book no\\'. YOli Patrick's Church for Requiem Mass. care of
j DAILY NEWS
:::: :Below we gll'e 111'0 "arlallon! on inch deep. Bmwn chicken. Add
10 place a piece of adhesive
want to order every design 'in
2i
I Paltern
60 FRO!:,T STREET,
poplular theme. Both are ten. 2 cups hot milk, cover and
over the offende,r, pull orr I l l .
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: der and delicioUS.
In a model'ate oven (3.>0 degree3 qulckly,and. presto, I.t s ~e!"oved.
L.
,;'MAIYLA.'iD FRIED CHICKEN F.) about ,30 minutes, or until ten. This hot weather It 5 difficult tn
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der.
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keep the house cool, unless ,you'l'e 1T
~:; :pne chicken, cut up for frying !'i,OTE: This may also be pre. fortunale enough to have air con·
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pared on lop of the rangc'.
ditlonlng. ,For cooler sleepl~g we
tl
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place our fan at tn:! open Window
'-; ::' ,EVERY STYLE BY
PIMENTO, CHICKEN SKILLET along with a bowl Ice cubes.
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a grain of sugar Into everything
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CROSLEY
One chicken, cut up Cor frying she says to a man, takes a grain
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1;1 cup flour, 1 teaspoon slat, l~ f It Ilh
~o!OHN CLOUSTON'LTD, teaspoon pepper; 1,4 cup shortening her~~' w every thlng he'says I0
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BY GAYNOR MAirDO;X<: :.:.! ,,,'
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We've been )ookiJig' amund for
milk, r sinall onion, sliced 1,4 cup
vegetabl~ re.c!pes:iQ perk: up Aug·
sliced pimento ·ollves.
ust menus. ,Here are some-Inex·
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Dip chlekan pieces In mixture of
~
pe~si~e. ~ea if: yOI1.lik~. them: .
nour ,salt and pepper. Melt short.
Quelk Panned Carrots 'N" onions
enlng In a skillet. Add chicken. It takes twJeil as much time and
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Brown and'tilrn,. Heat S!),!IP and effort to look pretty and neat In Wash, scrape andshred·,enough
milk together and pour over chic. hot 'Weather. BUt It's worth ·It. fresh, golde~ western.groWn· car·
.ken. .Spread the sliced onion over In addition, lelting your hair and rots to make 3 cups. ,Add Olle cup
the top;' Cover.
sldn go In'lumm-ar only means you onion, chopped. or.grated.:.H~at
Bake In moderaf,a, oven (350 de. must put In hour repalrlni the one.quali-ar cup bacon. 1at ,In' a
heavy sklllet., ,Add, carrots and
d
g I the f n
i
~[t~ern F~)lI~ti~ti~~re R~tr~,vlf ~~:~~ . aor es, n ~.
onions•. Se'ason llghtlywlth salt
appears too thick.· Sprinkle olives More late·day and dlnner dres· a,n&~,:r:~d: c~k' ~l~wly.ju~t;: u~.
over chicken. Cover. Bake 10 mi· se5, short·length, for fall. Most of ttl vegetables are tender-about 10
Qutes. Serve hot, right from Ih~ thescare black but some Bre pia· mlnute~.,' Stir, fleqliently '10' pre.
sllllet,' If ,desired:
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-.:ent sticking, using, liberal· por·
Now th'at tba fake furs are here, bons of bulle~ ,or margarine ,over
time to consider one of these as . the dish just· before serving.
an alternate to your fur coPt. It AltemateMethed: If you are' pre-'
will save wear and tear Oil )'0\1 paring an, ol'en meal, place' tha
Yau jusl can'l know how good a margarine
fill' coat. while prov1dlng beauty q~rrots, and '~nions in, a . baking
can
be until you've tasted GOOD LUCK!
and long wear
dIsh \I'lth a, tlgi}t covel'" ,!lake at
II
sNlIls,arenrdln~
to
the
(aJl
.
350
degrees
F,'
{or
onc-liaii
hOllr.
Y~s, Good, Luck's Bavour is so much
~elcome WIlgOD
3
slVeeter. so much fresher because it's ,:weet·
Cashions noiv bein"'presented f o
, It',sr
tlme' to survey .vou slip ward.' 'Chiffona de Dress In g 11 ,." eups
churned daily!
.
" Hostess
the preh in New YOI·k. that hem·,
d Ig "
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lines will stay, "put". w)1ich' Is brown
robe. Do
you
own
slipsmatched
in black.
Ad(onecup'
I'
ressFnrene
··h ,dressing
and
navy
blue.'
10
" And a special "freczer:blending'" Pl'Ocess
~IP" Lock on Your Door
nice, because they al'e a 'good len, nrcss'C6 and suits? Or are ,·ou Ir". sIowIy I'
. I'
. 'mayon·
.
0 onc,qual'
er cU[l.
gives 'Good Luck 8 melt·in·your-mouth
Gift• .8: Grec:lin~.
gth, flattering to most legs.
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'I!n alse,
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Chop f'lUeIy one· t abl espoon
iug 10 get by with just white'!
g~odness you just don't get in other marga·
~'ou arc .belter make a change, of onion. two tablespoons of. pim.
. :'&om Fri.ndly BUlinn,
rmes.
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'-1t"'lo;'I;~ •. at !irst ~lanC'~ anyway, The right slip (with the right line) en,to, and two hard cooked eggs.
:::.~.i~bori end Yo~'
G~od Luck is made with pasteurized in·
a~ thoullh the browns and ~reens is an Important fashion .accessory. Stir mto the dressing. Serve over
gredl~nts, p!'fe and wholesome, 80. goOd for
~' \ Chic and .social " I : .. \\'lIIlearlthe color para~e this r~11.
crisp wedges·of l~i~ed'le~tu~:
grOWll!g children. No other spread contains
L:-: WeUar.. Leiderl
", :Rut. remember, there will al\\'a)'s
more Vitamin A, supplies more "up and at
For
fin.
plctu'r,'
in'd
.lOun"
be
black.
.
tAl ieelllort .".
. -'em" food energy.
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,
Good
Luck
is
made
in
Newfoundland
bv
A
dinner
'sult
of
gold
metalle,
.0..... .lI ftlilf.-.
the ',Newfoundland ,Marlarine Company.
with, nylon, the jacket on simple
TEL.EVISIGNSETS
. ·Aniftl... N. . . . ... . tit tailored 1111'25, liver a slim dress,
. ,' ..
,Try Good Luck ~dayl • ,
Comin,
for
fall
'are
the
wash·
G
E
"ADMIRAL
was one of Ihe particularly smart
R:C:~.' . , 'CROSLEY
a b lew 0 0 lens. They inelud21
costumes at the first showing"
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.irls, -;too,
ag23,24,2!1,2Il.29Z0,~1.sepl.2,
IUIIMjlina' ,HOIt_· Jt seems....
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Nail Polisbllrings· $6600· Glow
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',Witb Fads
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Around
Our House
Two
I"~·
VI~ys
Stork-T~me Style
Between Us
Women
to Prepare
Maryland Fried Chicken
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~etm5 .(r~r.
br~t.
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lik~
Ithl~
pie~~s
Ih~
~kl1let
::II~
pa:tst~~~ a4~4~~e~i~;:~in~iaternity
be~rage:I
~Iy
Mter1~e~5es.lofd
~f
,f:
NA~IE,
~~ rOl~"'S
J)6~t
~\'lH
bak~ lat>~
Clt~, fFuncra2~
,cO'ctahI'es. A'ore
Importafit
. , " For'. .
Your A"uoJJ':usL'M:eaIs
:~JI2S,2.,2S,2U930.31.sep1.2
bat! .
GOOD LUCK
Fa'shl'on
.b'ca~s. it'•. 8weet -chul'lled daily
rlght here !!!NewfOundland i
,
,Fashion Tips'
Fashion'
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perfect ba~e
to dl'Y. Your
Big Shec\~
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Th,e .at Iy News
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Governor ,G.ener aI'
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C
IceJlcrlcy,
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the Honourable
Massey, Governorof Canada.
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&ntlemen',
g
and
Chairman
greatly appreciate your mOlt
and genei'ous worda of weI.
I am very happy to have this
or foregathering with
teday, This is not. the first
Irr,:a,itJn when I ha\'e enjoyed the
hospl\alit). for which Rotary
arc famous,
,\ [(otary Club always 'represents
variety of occupations:
are a community of all the
You know a great deal
a great', many things. A
must, therefore be' "on his
• an occasion
and approanh'
~rrat
••
grace
lathe
·...
-usuaU, .
faithies trim
IfS had
earanc.
of mo!3. hairbought
I
lell yo.
y lookl
ou usu·
:mained
re thall
methin.
la Ita1
po.Islbl.
t-ougbt
alf~
"f .
st attend
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s mp y 0 s p no. Jo n's and
out again. I am going to the out.:
ports-a wprd full of fascinating
Implications for a Canadian from
the Interior of our country. 1 am
going to the outports. ,I am going
to see the borders of -this great
land and the. deep fiords which
ring illl coast where, as an Eng.
Ush visitor says "almost anywhere
you 'could safely tie the 'Queen
Elizabeth' a tree and .go ashore
for a beer I When I return I hope
to haveofa thlclearer,
pIcture
t th aP more
I vividI
s en
rov. nce we.
corned so gladly by Canadians as
the roungcst and the oldest part
or Canada.
I am hDping to
learn
what Newfoundlan'd.
ers think of continental'Canada as
a new and I. fear a rather noisy
addition to the oldest
in the
Empire. You.
older than we,
h joining
I
In
yourselves to us you
ST. JOHN'S,
A~d
~erhaps
a~e ~olollY
ncrease~ ou~.
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Mother Charged
Wit~ :Cmelty
To Child
·IUnionuader's
Statement ~e
TORONTO (CPl-;-A mother to· bUSiness agent of ~e Toronto,jolnt
day was charged with abandoning board of the International Fur Inti
he.r. seren.montl~.old daugh!er and; Leather Work~rs union, &aid toda]
falbng, ,to, prev.lde her With t.h[! i he
'nol yet
his resig'
·neceHlhc5 of .life aftcr the childl nahan to the Chicago office of the
was found in. critical condition at, Amalgamated Meat Culters Ind
hzr home. Police said her head: llutcher Workers. or North Amer·
Wts wedged between bars of her !ca
crib.
. Mr. Taub laid hewi 11 hold •
for
24 hours
WitJlOU11'
~cidewith
whattheaction
will toda1
take
sTheymore
said than
the child,
had been
IcIti to
mceling
joint he
board
or care and had suffered I Canadian' officials of the fur and
brUises "all over her body"
I leather workers union earlier reas a rb hof violence' or in ef· ported' that four men; Includln.
forts to free herseU from tile bars Mr. Taub, had s ubmilted their
wherehours."
she was trapped "for sev· resignations.
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William Mitchell' Montreal,
HCTony Michaud, landlord of the retary' o:f' the
hous(!
the child and her said .today. his resignation.'
mother \Ive, told policeh e found those of two oth~r men· still stand.
tiny Linda Marie Harrison Satur· They, are. Allan Rifle; Ontario erday evening when he called lo col· ganizer, and Sam Walsh Wlnnlpe.
lect the rent. He said he freed her business ·agent.
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by sawing through the crib bars. FOLLOWED CONVENTION
Ofliti!rs said Marlene Harrison, He said the three .men resigned
23, who hey identified' as the following a special' conventloll "
roommg.mother,
house. was arrested at a the
·TheCanadian
M(!at'CuttersUriion,
organization.recently
citizens' are 'dolng elsewhere and
perhaps far away.
'
.The regions 1 am thinking of
are scattered across Canada 'qud
are very dIverse. In British
Columbia, for examplc, thcre is
the Okanagan Valley-a lake sur.
rounded by apple orchards guard.
ed by sentlnel'mountains. Here is
a valley, an entity where com.
munilies are linked together by the
pursuit of the same Industryfrult.growlng, To those who live
thcre, the Okanagan Is 'the valley"
and the beauty and prosperity of
the area explain their loyally to
It, Of course, there are other parts
of Canada whlch are called "the
valley". There Is the, Annapolis
Valley In Nova Scotia' the Saint
John Valley in New' Brunswick
and a lot of other' valleys which
are rightly "the valley" to the peepie who live there.
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this with some apprehension.
Another sobering thought occurs
mr. You have, I believe,' I
.m'... cI'ery week, at which you
I speaker, On the assumption
,
rach of "our
visitors tells on
three good stories, you
add to your olVn records
150 I year! The actuarial
Uf(ID31111I1Y of any story I tell you
been heard at least once by
audience Is very great!
In considering what to talk
today, I felt sure 1 could not
\Iron;: If I followed the advice
l Bi.hop in an address he made
of curates. (Do not be
I am not going to preach
mmon, but I stili. think the
alil'lce was good:-)
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An address delivered be-.
fore the St.. John's Rotary
lub Dll Monday'by His Ex-
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(AFL).~
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noo~
s~bmitted
eith~r
Ca~adian di~trict
an~
w~ere
~aby'.s
ave
age 'as.
On the' East Coast is another
merged with the. fur and leather
as our stature. And you have noble region with communal traditions
SAYS COpy VANCOUVER
workers, asked the four men AUI.
traditions, a special and character. and characteristics which are also
LONDON
(CP)-H.
T.
Plowman
10.
to resign to satisfy AFL de.
OI
Istic way oC liCe, a 'way tbat be- quite unique. Cape Breton was at
Leicest'Jr, writing to The Daily mands that Communist inlluenet
longs to tht:lsland and to. the one time administratively separate
1.lail, says Britain should have a
erased.AFL executives refused
socean, thto the
th t hways .of the from the rest of Nova Scotia' and It
examination
similar to that
iii Van·
grounds
that the
the merger'
fur and on
leather
system
of compulsory
niotor
car to
approve'
the
ea ra er an 0 t e turbulent stili feels apart, for there are to
couver. Plowman says when he workers were Communist - eOIl'
.expanslonlsm of the continental be found' there a series oc'towns I
was in Vancouvedast year'he was trolled.
land mass on which for so 'long. and districts united with all the
.
(
told ear examination had reduced A slalement of the· Canadian 0('
you quietly and not uncourteously force of an unshakeable Scottish DURING the G
G
.
.
Daily News Photo )
the accident rate there by 10 p2r ficia!s
the request for their
turned your back.
.
tradition and. showing
and Faa
t
en.eral's \:isit to J op's Southside premises the trawler Blue
cent.
mignallons and an ultimatum sUSYou doubtless feel that your olVn I hope permanently, all the finest
m was a
e w arf dlschargmg the flounders for the· plant and His Excelpending .their locals unions without
n
cy
ways
are
finer
and
beUer.
Bettcr
qualities
oc.
Scottish
life
in
a
Can.
ITeh
land
bad.
a
chat
with
some
of
the
men
helping
to
dl'scharcte
the
f-I'sh
OLD
FINDS
notice
was a and
violation
of "demoat least for y u
d I t b di
epIc ure
H E II
b
,NEWPORT PAGNELL, England I eratic ri~ht5
Canadian
autoll'
a ,an no· 0 e a an setting. The people of Cape
s lOWS IS xce cncy chatt ing 'with some of the men.
(CP)-Workmen demolishing a 300· amy" of the Canadian memberbollcd down In the conllnental Breton welcome the grcat Cause.
\
T
year·old house in this Bucking.. ship.
.
melting pot. I hope you do feel way which now links them with
A-Noone knows .. Nearly! sible to have a child. I was not I hamshire town fOllnd 2·1 old cOins,1 It said R .conl'cnlion of the Cana·
this. 1 hope you wlll keep your the.malnland, bul they trllst that I
everlonc
Is exposed to :Ihe: married early in Iilc.Mrs. S. some "rotlen powder for cleaning! dian organization condemned thest
good old ways, along with your casier communications will not
f.
\ 5010 e o[ .Clgarets,·plpes or ciga'I' A-When the menses ha\'c cca·'
a
- mounted pipe I'
and. decided an indepentl.
good manners, your good speech mcan the Weakening of the special
ars
and yet the duaUon sed for a year or more eonc-:!ption ! filled with tobacco and hottle., con·, ent Canadian fur and leather work·
and. your. good names. And,.may I characteristics which a11l'3,"5 gal'e
bfc,
. constan.ly,. ncreasing'llI'olild be a remote possibility.
tainin!! "Hun!!arian
powder."! ers IInion wOlllo he established lin·
sa~ In keeping th
III
h i '
l' IllS, It scems thclC IS no llreat
Q-If a person had had a react·
.
Illes. an H;!reemenl could be workpd
"lle;:in your scrmon," he said,'
.em you II' . not t e r community its wrong in.
harm,
though it is unplcas· io;. to penicillin, is it true he should
out with the meat cutten maintain.
"lI'ilh ~ome arrcsting senlence
only be good Newfoundlandcrs; dividuality. .
B EDWIN P JORDAN M D
ant. to many.
..
not have it ilgain, or does the. occasion ari~cs at a later date, inJ( th~ unit.y and Alltonomy of en,.nd rnd II with a heartening
you wUi be good Canadians. Can. Let me mcntion anolhcr' h
Y
,_._
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Q-Is there any
way ilmount entcr into it? L, S.
where the giving of paniciliin is 1 dian Fur and
Workers.
phmc, and let the one follow
ada Is not a continental melting region, this time in the Pl'o~~~ THERE'S LlTILE REASON TO that a p~rsori, could get leprosy A-A reaction to penicillin is con· considered.
the otber as quickly as you
pol, Canada Is a.n association of of Quebec-the eountry
FEAR
EXHALED BY
from gcttmg H blow on. the side?
to be an allcrgic or sen·
it· true thai the moon a/· - - - - - - - - - - r,11
peoples who ha\e, and cherisil Lake St. John with prosperous
OTIlERS
.,J. S.
.
sitil'ity response to the prepara- fects people's minds? It has never
how lI\ficult it Is to find an great differences but who work to. towns like Chieoutlml, Roberl'al
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A-No,
is nol.· Leprosy is lion, It is fairly frequent. Once failed since I was told about· it
ADMIRAL
G.E.
.".<1;"." phrase! If my speech
gether. because they can respecl and Jonqulere. Here again. a lake
The problem of convulsions is a ,germ disease which'is trans· a person had had a penicillin rea· that whzn there is a neW' full
CROSLEY
R.C.A.
With II platitude and end. themselves and each other;
Is the central feature of the area never easy, and the questions rais·
person to.person,
clion
or
is quite likely to moon my husband' gets tantrums,
I have said th t N f
dl
ed in today's first letter are par. IS only. mll~ly contagious. It IS have It agam even from small Reader. '
.
T.V. Set 'from
a clichc, instead oC' having'
.
a elY ounu and' Here again the population 'h • particularly difficult.
gradually being conq~red'in most .ampunts. .
.
A-Your husband'~ tantrums, ~n·
epigram In both places, 1 de- Is marked by ,strong individual grown apace in the last few y as
Q-Doctors say my husband has parts of the world.
One who has had such r~aclion doubtedly have a dIfferent ,Orlgm. JOHN' CLOUSTON LTD.
some comfort from a remark
There are, of course, aiJd with the ancient found
epilepsy but do not knolV what Q-I
,in mym Idd!e ,fifties should therefore
to
Was he
who· told . you in ag23,24.25,26.2930,31.sepi.2 '
by an English writer who various.
.o,! Canada which on. which all communities Ina
caused it. He has no family his- and
like to knolV If It pos· the doctor of thiS experience if order to give himself an. excuse?
"~
l>~
~tern
a~crage
I
~Iearly
~totPped
D Jordan
~ ~roup
~~
S~IOKE
I
b~
qua.llt1e~,
that an epIgram was, af.te(~!!!
a platitude on.!ts night out!
I warned ~·ou that' I was going
start' with .& . plaUtude-a
."".",in is, ~(ter ~II, slmpiy' ; I
fact, and the fact.l
in mind is tilat you who live
:>ell'foundland hive something
be proud of. . .
..
I am delighted to. find myself
again In this' hospitable liiand
this time Iha:ve .not· conie
to~ay
Answers .
aroun~
mana~c:'
~aid
t~vern~r
&uch
characteristl~
t~ars
°u~~
I~
action~
~out
II
'~I'cn
po~sible
~here
~lIl\ed fro~
~i1ver
Leath~r
sider~c1
b~t
Q-I~
APP~:~~:~~ar~~:~~'D~~~liIY
~e ~he
a~>
~ould
r~membe~ te~1
th~'on~
bee' are built,' there Is'a ~ew .tory of the disease, H~ just had " : Fi~'; .:'.).;. . ,... ,
..... -:. .. ., .' -. '.,
.
. .... .c. •
- "~.'. ," . ..-'y. . • "', ';', .:."
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reg ona ~ommunltles in which pioneering spirit. TIie.'facfthat th~ one aUaek in November 1953 ancl
. ,': ~"':
people haHl much In common, In people around Lake 5t. J h
hns none since.
' ,',.
their local hlslory, the occupa. j!ardthemse!ves
. a n .re. When he. came out of the attack
0',
tlQus Ihey pursue and the ambl. is' Iliustr'lted by astllae cOlmtlll:lltllty, he was paralyzed on his right·side .
tlons thcy sl
.. C d I
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p e urcsquc ~[y liusband spent threc years in
lare, an.a a s .50 Ilame which thcy hal'e been i'
th·~ Canadian army nnd had heen
large .that·.often these regions are -"the I{ingdom f th S .g IC~ through all Ule sU'nin of (~ombat
Widely separated, not only In miles "':'a tribute to the 0gr ; Iver
aguc~\ with any, pr.evious illness,
.
.
but In mutual ·'knowled~e.' As I flows out of Lake s~a / h w c Could you explain this? Mrs. G.
thread my way throug~ our Intrl.. Last Spring I paid tOn, . it
A-Mrs, G.'s letter was longer
ctate and nbsorblng national pat· another part of Quebc:~:~~t; t~ than the part quoted, and she men· .
ern-:-I have travelled about 80" the St. Lawrence' th E t 0 lioned lhat her husband had at
000 miles In the last three years T
.,
e as ern least two .:llectroencephnlograms
-I have gnt to know a number of t O:~ShIPS, a region with Its own wilch were abnorma,. It is ccr·
these regional communities wilh firaduon and .character, There one tainly unusllal for a grown man
511 THE lEST IN
ihel. strong. characteristics, and n s a happy marriage of ex. to develop for the first time clip·
TELEVISION AT·
pandlng industry I\d
espy of the so·called idiopathic or I
specialloyallle5.
One
of
the
duties
grl
It
Th'
a
prosperolls
\lIIknown I'ariety, to become para·
JOHN
CLOUSTON. LTD; of .my post, 1 ~ellel'e Is to tell a eu ure. ere, too, /s to be Iyzed
•
on Olle ~ide and not tu ha\'e
people in' line part o( ~ur counlry ~:~I~~e ~(:~s~'r~~lI:bo!,adlilu.n bl,etween all()th~r attack,
.
~::2=~~~~~:"'_.:...:.~5:om:e~t~h~ln~g~a~b~0~lIt~"~'h~a~t~t~he~i:.r·~te~I~lo~w
I \vol'klng togethrr
C I an
~ng
Ish ol'i·
It is
expl:,in, though
thl'
.
• gil,
ag:lillst
.un fad
thathal'll
:\11 to
eleclt·ol'lll·l'l'h
.. togl'alil
Ir-------....;.------~------- ,t~l·rsl.
hi~t()l'ic . b:n'kgrUlIIIl! uf ~1'~:lt In. has
hl'l'll t:ok~ nwullid illllkale tlwt
Ih" dhll!lJ()sls lI'as reasunahly II't'IL
'J'hel'~ Is b nallter C~lIali iall COlll' e.,1 a ~1!sh"'1. 1t is tJ"s~ ibh' tll:\ t till!
. 1II~lIIity.l canllut hrlll saying ~Olll~' I C~I~I~lh"!I. 11':", II'h:ll I~ .knu.;1'11 :I.~
th\ll~ abuul. It 15 Ilot ~lIIatl-it is 1·1:lk_ullla n, cP.IIl·II~Y. II'hl('h, In .. t!w
5~vvn or eluht h I II I"
I esull u[ !IU IlIJllf). tu the bl,l1l1,
o
un( rc mi es ueCII uSlI3lty. frulIl a binII'.
-that is, from north to south and
'1'hl.l can sometimes be reliel'ed
over twice as wide, and It Is called by, reducing the pressure' on some
by the simple phrase .'the North." part of the brain. What is also'
Here's proof from Imperial Oil's research
I have been only just Inside It but difficult to explain is t~e occur.
I saw enough when I was "~orth ren~~ of pa~al~sis, sinc~. this !s
of sixty" the winter before I It n,ot cilaractCl'1stlc of the ldlOpallllc
realize that although ther as, 10 Iype of. epilepsy. I can only say
a few th
. e are 011 Y thai thiS Is a problem for nerve
.
ousand people In this 1m· specialists to study carefully.
mense area, they are !III neigh.
Q-How much harm is there
bours, living the same life with from nhaling Ule smoke form
Its ,combination of hardslilps and hrsts' moklng? ?Irs. C. K.
rewards. . When you' use the ith th
0
.
is not
phrases' "e 0 m [n g I"
w
em. ur aim
"goln out""
n. and standardization, sameness. As I
fl' g. , 8S our northern have already suggested, our unily
X
{.en~s do when. they enter or Is nol that of the melting pot. It
eave that vast .region, you .kndw Is based on a recognition and
lh~r must be something there harmonization of differences.
SHEATHING" .
w eh gives It a real unity.'
I Iiave spoken. about under·
The question Is sometimes. ask· standing and iOlerance within our
txte '
'. .'.
.
~
, nor sheathlnl of· Hcmasote provides Ireater structural
ed, k~hether It is a strength or borders. You Rotarians arc con·
:~eng1h and a hllh Ind. !astlnl Insulation value. High resist.
wea ness to have regions .In a ecrned with the~e things, You are
ce 10 wind and weather -keeps your house free from dampcountry. which are 50 "different." also devoted through your or·
nes!; cooler In sum~er, warmllr In winter.
I would say immediately, that our ganlzatiim an'd your declared ob··
strength would, of co~rse, be 1m· jecls, to the principle of Inter·
paired If the various parts of national goodwill. I havll heard of
DRY WALL. CONSTRUCTION
Canada did lIot ha,ve commoll basic your . very . excellent exchange
beliefs,
e!!rtaln links and .bonds stUdent programme under which,
-p~rma~ntly .crackproof
,
which bring us toget~er and give I understand, you have scnt over
This reseorch t~chnician chlttlts a ge:oline quality lest. Tests. . In this full scole engine,wear and other effects ~f enlli~e opera·
ting condiliO!ls are measured using different corilbinl1lions of" .
us our Canadian characterlsUcs and six Iiun'dred students frtlm57
like this show improved Esso Gasolines bllm del!r.1er-'-Jeave
fl~l; Shcal! of 1I0~a;iite rrl!,ke the Ideal Interior wall linish, R
fuel and lubricating OU5. 'In oddilion .to I~.oiory lests,ll.ree
lo)'alt~es. I lhink we have shown countries to study In OUler, lands.
p rtret bu!e tor paper or pa~nt, There Is no wailin" fel' plaster' .
less 'engi~e deposits thaI rob cors.·of. power. Research also
years of ro~d lests prove thot Essa gosolines and M'!Irvdube
b~th
In peace and WDr holY, slrong' I am conl'ineed tlml mucli I!:tn he
I"
dn'
Y
I
I
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d'
.
,.
fl'w': ,our \\'L s an . cfllings al'e permanently cracllpl·OO(.
reveols that when new MorveJube
~so
. ' is. used 'with
.
.gasolines
...
t
~se
bonds
arc.
But
lhere
Is,
on
done
for
bellor·
international
rela·
u~ed tcig'~ih~r result' in fader gelllway' and more mile'l\i~.
" Sheets can be' plann,cd' to al'old practically'ail balten
there is on even greater.reduction· in deposits.
.
t~e
other
hand,
as
lYe
all
know
tions
through
education.
'ro
stu
..
y
slTltJ! and II all joints.
~
\lcll~, great slrength In diversIty. In their own chosen field' while
In Canada, we have ~roved It.
learning at first himd of the prob·
How colourless It would be If lems and. Interests of the people of
the world was inhabited by people another country must have heen a
who had the same tastes, tDlked memorahle experience for' all
the same· language, and more. those who have been luclry enough
frightening sUlI - thought the to win Rolury Fellowships. .
,:
An'other reason why you:can
same way. ~e in Canaua hal·.e
'rltls )'ear you relchl'uled YOllr
learned 10 r~spect this .Il'lIth. As r.nhl~n .!\lbil~e aml,yull may well
Ilewcomel·s. arrive fl'olll . other he ill'nlld of ~'lIur achleveu!ellts ill
ALWAYS
fOR THE BEST
lands .we Invite them to become the fic.leI of bellel'ing intel'national
cltlz!n,: .when . they qualify a nd to understanding as well as making
t
assume the duties of cltizcn,' notablc contributions to the life
5hip, hut ,we are happy to andwel£~re of your own ,communi·
DIAL 6911
WATER ST.EAS,T:
ha\'e lhem nlake their Individual ;tI~s. 1 congratulate .)'ou· on )'our
'l
'I2.lues.trls,tI
contributions to .Canadlan life past and wish you continued suc·
••
throulh the eulture they, bring cess in the future.
1
pos~es\
~arts
bra~5,"
~f ot~ers
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EXTRA MILEAGE FOR
CANADI.AN DRIVERS!
Improved £sso gasolines and new marvelube'
motor oil used together give these results!
itA,
1. MORE MILEAGE
2. IMPROVED GETAWAY
3. LESS ENG.INEDEPOSITS
la~orato~ies
I.
ItG' SHilTS· • .t•.,~
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LOOK TO IMPERIAL
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THE ~AILY NEWSJ TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1955
Winnipeg Adds
s,trength In Two
Grouches See
:Gig Water Eolli:es Many 'Friends
Show· For Stadium
.
"·i:" .
~
: ..
Smart Senarates
New Gridders
GLEN'WOOD, Aug. 9-Blest In.
deed hav. been the Grouches dU,r·
WINNIPE G(CP) - Winnipeg:
Ing the past week or t,en days with
Blue Bombers of the West(!rn Inter·
tbe number of old friends who
Provincial Football Union added
player strength Monday with the
looked them up.' It 11 dilfleult to
signing of an import end and' a
remember tbem In order but tbere
Canadian guard.
was a young man frol'/l TwllUngate
Manager Bill Boivin announc~d
with his wife and two daughters,
the signing of import Bill Robin·
who were looking for a cabin to
son, a six-foot, two·lnch 190-pound
spend the nlgbt. The Groucb en·
end from the University of Lin·
deavored to' persuade them to
coin, Mo .. and guard Frank Smith,
, share bls bungalow, IS Madanle
who formerly played with Edmon·
ton Eskimos and Calgary Slam·
Grouch was In town" tbougb .acpeders.
commodation would haxe to be a
Robinson is a plaC':!n\ent ,kicker
bit crowded.' However be would
and plays halfback and !ullbaek.
not accept the strongly pressed
ld nz ecelved the most versatile
olfer and took off for Gander. We
player award In 1952. The same
heard later they spent the night
season he was captain' and was
~ne fears an uncomfortable onll
selected to the all-cnnferenee 0['
,
(NEA Telephoto)
in their ear.
AFTERMATH OF EXPLOStON-.Daylight reveals a-criin scene In Andover, 0., nfter an ~xplosion and fens In and defensive teams.
Smith was with the Grey Cup
Then Mr. Harvey Pike, of the
fire lC\'eled a block.long building In the small town. At least IB pcrsns were kliled and many others In· champion Eskimos last season. He
News Staff and a eompanlon from
ju~ed. The bast was set off dur ing tlte heigh! of a thunderstorm.
stands six, feet, one inch and
Derr Lake dropped up to see us.
welbhs 210 pounds. '
One was tanilled at the moment
Guard lIay McLeod, formerly of
The Water Fomes.- o[ 1955, The outstanding nquatlc star of with Madame Grouch down with a
Edmonton, WIIS expected to report
,world'. lariest aquacade and Itage the show is Eddie Rose, world's beadache and two refactory young·
to Bombers Monday.
,.holl', will make Its premiere ap- greatest diving comedian, who Is stert who declil!ed to eat their
SEE IT, HEAR IT,
•pearanee In Newfoundland It, the famed for his breathtaking belly tea and so, In the confusion, for·
Stadium lOon.
flops from the high board, a type got to oUer them a cup' of, toa.
_. The 'Wlter Follies Is a nill'el and of dive tbat would kill the ordln· One hopes they ,don't think too
: 'ldtin, show, enUrely different ary diver. One third of tbe Water -in their car.
•
to that of any previous show seen Fontes alone Is devoted to comedy neglect on their part.
'
Tenders are being called for
hire. It rankl 18 one· of the four which Is Interspersed throughout Then Senator Pratt stopped his
constructIon
of 3 RCr.rr detach·
top ,ho\1'l in America today. It Is tbe show In such a manner as to car long enough to spend a few
ment
buildings
in· Newfoundland.
, a combined musical re\'ue in water leave the audiences in hysterics ~Inutes recalling old days when
They will be built at Fogo, Ferry· The smartest n'ew separate!
and on slage that Is fast·movlng, when the show Is over.
he and the Grouch apent them in
to sew in gay eontrasting
land Ind Harbour Breton.
: hll I running time ot 2 hours, Nothing like It has ever been the little cabin down by the river.
or one-piece dress effect!
contain. 12 water .cenes and 10 seen here and those who like there He was followed next day by
ful, yokes 'detail the blouse co~',
,ll\ish atage numbers. It Is pre· entertainment fast and furious will that prince of felloWS, J. Harold
vertible·coUared for comfort too.l
, sented In the world's larlle~t port· be enthralled. The newspapers in Pollard. Mr. Pollard had, besidel
Classic skirt beloW, pleated
fiattery and waiking case. ~!i~
, able pools anll stage, 175 feet long every cily the Water Follies has being an old friend of the
match for many pretty changes!
-alld 3:1 feet wide.
appeared praise this show highly. Grouch'. a Jort of personal Interest
Pattern 4832: lIIisses' Sizes l~
, The lillian tic pools themselves The" entire show is set to music in the family for he lold a Hre
Most of the hay crop has now 14, 16, 18. 20. Size 16 blouse 1'1
- Ire a marvel of engineering In· ami the musical score In the Water Insurance policy on the Little
been cut in the st. John's area. yards '39-inch skirt, 2 yards.
, .enult)' and talee about 10 hours Failles Is reported to be a most Grouch before the latter was a
It is said 10' be an excellent crop This pattern easy to use,
, t., ulemble and onl)' 5 hOUr! to tuneful 'one, specially written for year old.
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and hay going Into the barn is, in pIe to sew, is tested for 1il.
di.mantle.
the show. The mermaids and 'dan· Now who came next? Well there
compl'2e' illustrated ins:trul~tioln!.
fine condition.
This Il\'lshly costumed stage cers arc said to be refreshingly was Pilet Job EJIlott who Is also
Send THIRTY·FIVE
(NEA Telephoto)
lind ",ater .how is produced by lIoutb[ul, the coslumes beautiful a sawmill owner, on his way to
cents) in coins (
CONNIE LASJlES CAROLINA-Waves whipped up by winds rom Hurricane Connie smush against a
Sam Snyder of Boston, Mass., who with terrific lighllng cUects Gander. Then, although one was
accepted for this p''''''''''.
boarded.ed.up store front as fury of the stOrnlY struck Carolina Beach, N.C.
plainly SIZE, nt1,1fJl'. JI,VlJJI!"~I..1
Is the originator of modern aqua· throughout.
out when he called, the Grouch
STYLE I'\1JMBER.
cadel and who turned Eleanor The Watcr Ballet makes several met him at Murphy·Sleele's a few
Send order to ANNE I\V;''''''
Holm, famed Olympic Star, pro·
minutes later. Ed Peyton was a
.
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care of ST. JOHN'S
1e'Jionl1 In the Water Follies of appearanceB, with one along be· boyhood friend of the Grouch's at
Forty.slx Portuguese fishermen, Pattern Dept 60 FRONT
Ing staged in total darkness, the
Twilllngate,
lived
at.
Botwood
for
memb~rs
of the schooner II Ha· 'WEST, TORONTO, ONT.,
,1.7.
nquaballerlnas wearing chemically
some
years
and
then
moved
to
, The' Water Follies contains treated bathing suits that lighl up
NEW YORK (AP) N
Y k venst Segundo are back In Portu·
'lboUt every form of entertainment with a radium, phosphorescent ef. New York later. He looks well de.:
Rangers completed,;;- de~~l ~~h ga!.
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lIEDS ~lPROVE SIGHT!!
Detroit's National Hockey !J;!ague rhey arrived at Boston Sunday BO~, G_rmany
throu,hout; features world-cham· feel, a scene aione of exquisite spite the three years that he Is
champions Monday for cntrese aboard the Coast Guard Cutler tan~s lnd EasltthGermalny
pion divers and swimmers, famous beauty when the mermaids present ahead of the Grouch.
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.tage lets, both a stage and a tbelr various pattern formations In There seem to be olhers, oh yes,
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ne
an were
own infra.red turret sights which
too young for the Grouch to reThe Rangers gave up, forwards across the North Atlantic to, thetr faultless target 6hooting at
Wltu 'ballel group o[ girls, has a the pool.
I\ggle Kukulowlcz an~ Billy (Hard homeland.
or in fog, Bonn security -'''-,.,.'.
gate, one a Burton If memory Is
number of slnglnl and dancing
Rock) Dea from the.. ~ farm sysreported Thursday. The new equi~
.tars Ind Is replete with three All In all, a buge treat is In correct, who, Itopped their car and
tern plus an, unspeCIfied sum of
m(!nt is mainly for the new n
,'«inds of comedy, stage, diving and store for Ihose that have never came up to ssy "howdy." They are
cash.
tanks, 1,000 of which ha"e
seen
an
aquacadc
before.
two young for the Grouch to re- .wimming.
The deal was spurred by tbl!
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moved into East. Germany
member, but he knew their parloss of Ross Lowe, a centre BC'
May
onts.
quired from Springfield of the Every room In your home or
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Monday we visited Lewlsporle
American Hockey League. Lowe aparement needs an airing every
HEALTHIER CHILDRE!'O
on business. The road to Gauder
was drowned last week.
day to keep it fmh. '
LONDON (CP)-Friendiines'
has deteriorated considerably from
Creighton, from Port Arthur,
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.
modern-age youngsters is
Ont., Is II 25-year-old ,'zteran of Ma~e I habit of empty!ng and mistaken for' bad manners,
what it was early In July, but the
six NHL campaigns with two 20. washing ash trays each Dlght be· ,Headmaaster T. H. Pind-cr ~r
road from here to Notre Dame
goal years to his credit .Horvath, fore you go to bed.
Battersea dislrict school. He
Junction Is largely a nightmare. To
also 25, was the scoring sensation
laday's ehild of primary
label It the trans·Canada HlghlVay
of t e h gwestern Hockey League
IIge is healthiel', more inteJli
Is In inlult to the Dominion.
last year.
Gift packages can be made
Both Dca and Kukulowlcl, reo Iy individual with slogans
3dnd better-careMor than his
Equally, to talk of tourist trafflc
garded as big league prospects, from ads, names done In
ecessor~UBILEE HYfttN
over roads of this kind Is redlcul·
had brief trials with th-~ Rangers Jokes or toys can be tied on,
CAMROSE, Alta. (CP) - 1'~
ous. We who live along it knolv
last year. Dea played lor Vancou· yarn and pom·pom trim added. housewives have combined thE:
our cars are, taking a battering;
talents of music and lyric·v.'ritln~
but a tourlst, who brings his car PEl1RIFOY DIES IN CRASII-U.S. Ambassador to Thailand John E. vcr of the WHL.
WIlen you're furnishing a
the result being the
from asphaUed, highways of the Peurifoy and his oon, Daniel (risght), S, were killed when the Am·
INTEREST WANING
or apartment, best plan Is
h,'mn "Lord We Thank :rhee
mainland, will take one look at It bassador's car collided with a truck near Huahin. The envoy's other BONN (CP)-Only 22.2 per. ccnt the most money into the
This Land." Th~dyrics were '
and ship his car back across the son, Clinton, 14, (seated next to his mother) was seriously ,Injured. of halrdr~ssers' and barbers' ap' you expect to have a long time ten by Mrs. Irene
injured. Above picture was taken in New York In 1052.
prentices In the West German fed· pnd the ieast Into accessories.
Cabot Strait.
Ohaton ind the music by
eral republic .are boys, a conven·
Now one feela better after let·
Margaret Clenning of Kelsey.
tion of the trade was told here. When you're working out a color
ting off that much 'Iteam.
The
waning of male interest In the scheme for i room,' don't forg2t tu
ACTIVE COUPLE
Lut year a visitor from Ontario,
field will make it necessary to allow for the fact tbat you wlll PETERBOROUGH, Onto (CP
the garden of Canada, spoke scorn
train young women as barbers.
want to change things about in the A golden wedding anniversary he j ,
of our poor little garden In June.
CABINET M]NISTER
5ummer. So plan on two sets of demonstrated the' e~rgles of )~.
This year we have I, !lUle larden
OSLO (CP}-Mrs. Aase Bjerk. slip covers and drapes In colors and lIfrs; David Nixon, resideCl,
holt, Norway's minister of famUy that will armonlze with, your of nearby Norwood all their ml:,
t(l' be proud of at the end of July,
and consumer affairs, Is the sub· walls. '
Asters, Stock, 2lnnie. Nas~urtiums
ried life.' lIIrs. NiXon prepared \l
ject of the book "Mother Of Four
reception for more than 500 gueSl '
and other. give Madame Grouch's
In Norway's Cabinet" by Jorunn Both bread Ind coffee keep their Later, she play'ed the "iolin \\'~
rock garden a vision of color and
navor and freshness far longer if her husband step·danced.
Johnsen.
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a perfume of luch su:ength that It
you Jto2ep them in Yllur refrigerator
greets one in the morning as soon
It's the moisture that turns the
OLD NAl\lES GOES
LOTS OF STEAKS
as one enters the garden.
BRADWELL • ON • SEA, Eng· trick.
New Zealand Is shipping S.5~!
The cabbage is heading in nicely
land (CP}-Villagers in this Es·
000 pounds of beef to Russia. '
WRONG BIRDIE
-big
enough. to use-the peas are
sex community have decided to
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adopt Bradwell-on-Sea as the of· LONDON (APJ-Golfer C. A. G.
, ,,(OIlES OF AGE"-Prlncess :Margaret bolds her pet dog as she poses podded and filling while the rest
ficial name for docuJ:Jents, rather ~cld1um MondaV .cored It reat
of
the
.tuff
among
the
vegetabl~s
, for III Informal 2~th blr~hday portrait In the garden of Clarence HOUse,
than the older form of "Brad\Wll· birdie - accidentallll. From tlu!
- LondOll. In royal eircles, a princess "comes of age" when she is 25. II doln, well Hllf the l1'eenhouse
juxta·Mare," which appears on an· 16th tee on Highgate golf course
Is filled with tomato plants wheron
cient maps.
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his ball, .traight down the fair·
hang lome tomatoes as bi, 15
wall, struck a ,parrowhaw~ and
eggl and numeroul ~aller .ones,
TOO ATfRACTIVE
while we had the first cucumber
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thoritics In this Devon town profor tea last night.
hibited a window advertisement for
PROGRESSES RAPIDLY
Our old hen somewhat belated·
a perfume because, they said, It A child's sense of touch Is prely It, Is true, hatched us eight
was so attractive it would have sent almost at birth and progress~s
chickens and then, the yery lecond
distracted
passing motorists.
rapidly.
day, ciumilly trod on one and
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rlved of the rlghtl to mother the IN (:OUltT-George Tyne (left) and his attorney, lIfartin Popper,' ap'
P
peal' in Federal Courthou:;e in NeW York for publlc hearings held by
remaining seven 10 careleSily but the House Un.American Activities Committee. Actor Tyne refused to
despite their orphaning they Ire answer' questions but said he did not care ~o take refuge In any
doing and growing flmoUlI),. As
Constitutional privilege.
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thouih In remone for her cruel ...;.-_-:--:_ _ _ _-:---:------.-!,k-::-------clumsiness .be begin 11),ltlI\l.aln too precious to have battered by yet break open the pods lucce~s·
a eouple of weeks after helni put the wheell a fa train.
fully and run for assistance to do
baevlt with ber fellow. in the yard. So ehanges the value of money. that.
Tbe Grouch ftimlly 11 DOW all 'l'he humble cent, once a mj!dium Recently she was 'lost" for balf
loundly a.leep. 'l'he little generator of exchange today's servei only an bour and a worried daddy
motor hUIDI away ounlde and the the purpose of paying "Joey's tax," hunted high and low, finally to
Grouch musl now go and sbut it a. it is' often called, or to be locate her squatted, on the ground
oH, mate his usuil nlghUy rounds lIattened out of semblance of coin under the white currant bush, en·
of tbe premlles and so to bed.
by heavy diesel locomotives.
,joying the berries. Between her
It leems to be the fate of theae Yesterday !fr. and,
DominIc and the birds there seems to be
eplstlei to get, lide.traeked every of Corner Brook .topped their car little likelihood of any white cur·
once In a while. Sometimes the and' came up to look' at the rant jelly.
Grouch, In his baste ~o escape two Grouch's garden. He Is a brother to
------little Grouebe. wbo warit to fol. Dr. Dominic of the General, St. POLICE BLOTTER .. .. .. .. ••
low bim, forlen his letters, or else John's. They bucked up the
Six arrests were made In the
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the 'Post OWce Is closed, for' a Grouches no end by declaring that city last night and early this
",.BADY FOR 81G WJND-lIesldents of,St. Simons Island, Ga., board holiday or some other divers rea· our little garden was the equal- morning. One man was given in
"it, wbldowl u Hurrlcane'Dliine tbreatens the ·area. Strong 'winds 'and SOS.
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not in size-of anything in Cor" charge by his wife for drunk and
" h\ib tldee are elp.ctedln tbl. locale as the storm' moves north•. "Yesterday ,the Grouch stopped·to ner Brook. Wonder what Madame disorderly conduct in the home;
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one arrested ,for drunkenness, on
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COIPOaAL IAn.ED
"TYPICAL ENGLI~HMAN'"
.or three 'pennies" (they uned to .Thls morning the roar of the the street; tbree airmen for IC, . BRlDGNOITH, EngllJld, (CP)- ' LONDON (CP) '- A. J. Cumm· be cents) on the rail 'preparatory road maintained Indicated that 'at costing females, lind another on a
Sole OistributorJ
, iastruetor,at
RAl'eorporlla bade
John training
Docker, camp
drlU Ings,
74,
polltlcaledltor
and
chief
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columnist of News Chronlcle, a 10 Ihe passing of the diesel double. long last the holes on the 'Trans- c arge 0 run eD v ng.
'_ Ii thl. Shropshire area, was sen. Liberal' newspaper, has retired header. It reminded one of the Canada Highway (one feels like
aeneId to be reduced to Ihe ranksaf!er 35 years in 1o'leel Street. A ~ay. when the Grouch and other putllng It in quotes, but will spare - 70 YEAllS A SINGER
and alven ''Z days' delention fo~ for~er colleague,. Robin, Crulk· school companions used to put pins the feelings of the Honorable E. S. ,LAVENHAM, England (CP)I
(NEA Teleph?to) .
.trlnaiJIg I, recr~lt to the ceiling shank. said In a published tribute: on the old railway track at the foot Littlest Grouch has discovered W. H. Stewart, ~, has retired CM1nSSION l)'ITHHELD-Norton Pierre Gaston (IeCt) confers With hiS
'~Y: hls,!~bblng. The ,recruit ,was "I! sOl,Dcone 8ske.d me to Intra· of Rennie I MlII, or 'Klngsbrldge that green peas are a very edible aft'~r 170 h~e~sfC0Iktt hthe Hchurch a~torney In Washington. Ga:;ton, who graduated from tbe Coast Guard
han.ed. {or being· unable to, -lay duce hun to the most typical Eng· Roads. Phts were all we auld af- vegetable (hough sbe discloses her ch~r n I IS U ( • o\~ni'v e ~alg Academy alNew' London, Conn., had bis eommlSS,lon wlt~held for
j~I~~~ ~~. properly two days .aft;)f ~~hra8~m'ml~g~~" would pr?duce ford In the~e days: cents ~e're far depredatl~ns because she cannot ~as~~r~~ven rec ors an I e c ,0 r· 'security rea:lOrls, in,olving his mother.
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The game had
ment in the
G~and Falls
threatened to
HomemakI-ng
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on'e ' error.
hine times
rr,ugh for rio),t\","
ind' Buckie
New' starters ie,
lineup included ri
Doheny who had
five. trips, catcher
who homercd ani
haseman Hugh
and caught a pair
third' baseman ~Ii
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For Your Pet
Better Get.
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il:iehols since
only with a
Ihe third out.
manded an
fieial scorer Jim
I~g conl"inceci the
count. '
Grand Falls
Iinnder Charlie
both victories
start again lonigh
with fireballer
The Papermaker
third Inning but
pen clout in the
1·1: FiI'e runs in
afler Grand Falls
2·1. sewed up thc
, ,Capitals were ru
smoothly as they
and had their
t:lled at tbe
their safeties
base.~.
Jed Gambcrg
tll'eh'c hits but
customer on the
ned thirteen Gran
City routcd
Ihefifth aftcr get
four runs and c
onslaught against
Hannaford with
runs.
Dick Duder
singled home b)' sl
In the third for
Rahal'S homer
bottom of the
_ Ince was singled
in the fifth to
a 2·1 lead.
The roof fell
in the bottom of
'Vaughan
J~ek Withers laid
,bunt and beat it
~error by left
Gillies long crack
,borne and Withers
DOheny's infield
tlte score 3·2.
,an ,',error, and
with ,a fielder's
along, with
hott· and Hugh
ab~'lt , city . ahead
Jack Withers
Dohen,. singled
&eared the
runs as Capitals
Reg Edwards
slDgled home '
tlie 'seventh as
It 11-3.
.' Jtd Gamberg's
'tbe-bullpen smash
IilDlng made it
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hit:by a pitch
lcored on Bill
close, scoring in
berg then
'tiie.;lde for the
: First· baseman
Grand Falls led
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THE DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23,'1955
CITY FOOTBALLERSBLAt~K G-ANDER6-0
AS ALL~NFL D. SEMI·FINALS BEGI:,N'
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Frank
Gamberg's 2ndWin
Drops G. Fails '9-4
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Scores. 3
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Gaia'I.·
Holy Cross; St. John's repre· I'~r's shot over ·the .bar and presentatlves in the Nfld. AlnaLeur i ven! a score.
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Football Association
playoffs, . He~'sman's' sa,'c . was to nft
walloped Gander 6·0 last night in : al'dl, howel'cr, for on thl" resultthe first game of the bcst of three: in'! corner kick Frank O'Keefe
&emi.finals.
; took Gough's pass and made" it
Inside left Frank O'Keefe led' 3·0 lor. SI. John's with a drive:
the Crusaders with a hat trick,j 0[( the post that wound. -up the
scoring onc~ in the first h.1f and I first period scoring.
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then arlding two more in the sccHoly Cross startcd off· on : the
ond. Joe 'Gulliver scored uncc in same foot in ·the second b'aU: and
each period and John Gough got kept up thl'ir first period pace
The doubleheader between
New York Giants and Pitts'
the other' Red and Gold tally in with three' more goals.
burgh PIrates scheduled yes·
the first haif to account for the 'I A hands in front o[ the goal by
terday was rained out at Pitts·
six SI. John's goals.
Po G2nder fullbar.k resulted in ihe
St. John's Capitals inserted RBIs. Wall Doheny'~ 3 for 5 was
burgh.
They
were
the
only
In
a
short
pre·game
opening:
fourth
St, John's goal. This time
tn"<
for
the
Capitals:
f(lur nell' faces and some added
games.
scheduled
In
'he
major
game
of
the
Tonight's
linal'
cp.remony,
NAFA
president,
John
l
Joe
Gulliver's
shot- gave Heysman
Tllnch inlo their lineup last night
leagues.'
.
V. Rabbitts, welcomed both teams: no chance to make It !ave and
a, they b.elted fifteen hits, mclud- series wIll start at 5:45.
to the semi-finals and ~tarted: .. ' .. ! into the corner to make
BOX SCORE
in~ two homers, til' square the
R
HE
CAPITALS:
AB
the series by taking the kick-off: it 4-0.
h~~t of fI\'e ~eries 2·2 with left)·
:; ," r\t;:~fi,'I(1. Also pr~ser.t were i The rest of the game was .11
Jtd Gamberg's 9·4 conquest of Fardy, 'lb .. .. .. .. 5 010
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James D. Higgins, President of 'I Frank O'Kee!a's· show. Speedy
MacDonald,
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(,rand Falls.
220
tile SL John's Amateur Football,!'1 ~:!:, s~ol'p.d his second goal "l
Withers,
2b
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SOllthpaw Gamberg smasncd a
100
Gillies,
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MEDAL
PT,A
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CHAMPIONSHIP
J,cague,
and J'.)5eph E. Healey" the game at the 2-0 minute mark
~nme run aIter caleher Billie
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Deheny,
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Eastern
Vice-President o[ the' ::1',:1 :; ~wi!nble In front of the
R.. hal had abo hit a four bagger,
18.Hole
NAFA.
: ' . '·i ,;;:,' ul 211' minules completed
It wa~ Gamberg's second victor)' Casey. rl ,. •• •• •• 0 o 0 0
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Mrs. Shea VS, MIss Harris.
Holy Cross showed their mas·' his hat-triek with a bullet drive
~"rr the papermaker~ In· the ser·
Martin, 3b .. ... .. .. 5 120
McNamara I'S, House.
tery of the game right from the i YJ tite torncr [rom just in~ide the
fr"
O'Driscoll vs; Hibbs,
opening whistle and'. soon had the I' 18 yard line which made the
A ~mart city team backed up Abbott. ss •• .. •• .. 5 021
120
Gomberg,
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Furlong
vs.
Mrs.
Parsons.
Ganderites hemmed into their oll'n , score 6 · 0 , '
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Knight
vs.
Miss
Snelgrove.
zone.
Hank
Heysman,
Ihe
big
1
Sam
Pretty
in
the
st.
John'.
ficldinJ: as they committed just
44 9 15 1
Plense start in order mentioned.
Gander goalie, was brilliant in: nets, although -nnt test~d \I'i'lh
(,ne error. Grand Falls booted I
First tce of( at 2 p.m.
the nels and mad.e stop aller stop i In"YIY ~hols, handled his Ie.,.
nillC times to make the going I
to keep st. John's ~rr the score, chancrs flawlessly to earn hi!
y,.u~h for righthandcrs Lcs ROlI'e GflAND FALLS:
AB R H E AlI'matches .<tnrt at No. 1.
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flid Buckle Hannalo'rd.
Duder. cl ,. ., •• .• 4 1 0 0
!\'c\I' ~tarlcrs In the Capital; Mitchell, rf, If ' ••••• 5 O. 1 0
Mr~. M. Ayrc I'~. ~liss Baird.
NEW PUNCH
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TO APS One of thc four new I egulars In the Capitals Imcup last looked like sure goals by his alert I ST.•1OJIj,'i;....-GQ~i: Sam Prctly;
lincup included rIght fielder Wall Reg Edward~, ss •••• 5 \ 2 1 Mrs. Clollstun I'S. ~r,'s. Dunne.
Il!1hcny who had three singles In Incc, If ., ., ., •• 3 1 1 2
Mrs. O'Leary \'5. ~liss O'Jlea\ly.
l1lght, Walt Dol:eny, left, beats out an infield hit as hc hit safely 3 for 5. Doheny lila),.
I fulls: Jack Walsh, Jim Walsh;
1I':e trips, catcher Billie Rahal Nichols, 3b •• " •••• 4 0 2 2 Mrs. Lawton Vol, ~Irs. Henlc\'.
hustles out a smgle and later scorcd in the sixth as Citv went ahead 8-2
The inevitable happcned at the hah'es: Pat Emberley, AU Brcen,
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21 minute mark when Joe Gulli- Harry Ennis;. forwards: Jo'rank
II'ho homered and slnglcd, first 'l:'ask, Ib •• .,
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ha'rman Hugh }o'ardy who singled HI'II'~e, c •• ••
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nr r.pencd the scoring on a pass Joy, Joe Gulliver, Bill Woods,
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,from John Gough. Goug~ fired a Frank O'Keefe, John Gough
and c~u~ht a pair of clutch pops, Pnnd, I'f •• ••
•• 1 0 0 0 dp~' if weather not suitable loday,
third ba,cman ~Ilke Martin who Green, 2b .. .'.
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This cup last yenr wa5 1I'0n by . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _~------...:..11:', [:;itul pass across the goal- GANDER-Goal: Hank Heys-:
I mouth from his le!t
wing and mani fulls: Clarence Elston, Val
".enl :! for 5 at bat.
Rowe, p .. "
•• 2 () 0 0 Mrs. Kreiger o[ Peppcrrell AFE
The game had Its rhubarb mo- Hannaford, p , ••••• 3 0 0 0 -now Iransferred.
GuJliver was on the spot to head Tuckeri halves: George Van. Stemrnl in the fifth Inning when Rex Edwards, rf, e •. 0 1 0 1 .The match play championship is
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it into the goal.
t:hen Nekicva,: William Grey, forprogressIng
and
Mrs.
House
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scored
the
second
SI.
wuds: George Frame, Gerr;.. He ....
G~~ml Falls broke a 1·1 tic and
38
4
12
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the
finals,
awaiting
Ihe
oulcome
NEW
YORK
(AP)-Light
h~aI'YJohn's
goal
at
27
minutes
on
a,
~(link, Denis l\cli~', Hank Bdlstra,
Ihreatencd to make a getaway
oC a match between Mrs. McNa.
George Hillier will get a big gratefui cit)' by His Worship Mayor Weight champion Archie Moore, great play with AI( Breen. Gough, Allnt L~.iou!·.
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mara and Miss HarrIs,
wrlcome home when he steps ocr Mews.
agreed 10 let $100,000 oC his' purse took a pass from Breen and fired
Re[eree: Doug Brown_ •
r"t. r.O~N Ho\\'~e lined a sin:;le
In the Burch Cup" Series thc the 11.00 plane at Torbay Air- All citizens with automobiles be held in eser~w .as guarantee for a blazing shot across the goal,
TO:;lGH'J"S GAME
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follnwlng players have completed port this morning alter his stir- nr~ invited to join the parade [rom a r~t.urn bout wlthm 9.0 days should that hit the opposite upright and 1 The ~emi-finals t:ontinllc (0I om ;;cund and sent Dill Trask,
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r'ng perC or malICC un der . tIYlllg
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TorIlay I\lrpor,
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t An~'one II' II0 can he
hft title
Ro~k,·
lI!arcJano's
heavy- deflected mto
.
'
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., game
weight
hi Iheir
fight a't Yanke~.
the goa I t 0 rna k
e night
1\'lth
tIIe secun~
tl1Clr Irs roun: n rs. O'Dmcoll,'
It om first til' third.
Mrs,
McNamara,
Mrs.
House,
Mrs,
circumstances
in'
the
Canadian
come
along
to
swell
the
welcome
stadium
Sept.
20.
the
~core
2-0.
,szheduled
to
sta:t
at
7
0
clock at
Cit)· called for the ball and
Bonham.
championship marathon at Three I would be appreciated by Ihr. Charley Johnston, Moore's man- Thirty seconds later Holy Cross: th~ ~yre. Ath~chc Grounds .. A St.
momi hase umpIre Alec Joseph
.
The Lady Anderson Cup has Hh'ers, Quebec, on Satur~ay.
'rr.otorcarlc committce.
agel', said the agreement was IlI'ere awarded a penalty shot. John s wm \\'III put' them In tilC
l'llrd Tmk ont f~r .not touching
Hillier came second in the I The parade will move nut Por- ma.de at the insistence of the heav)'1 Hank He~'sman made one of the: llIi'.!·, '.':hik 3 .. Gander \'ict6ry
Itcond. That nnlllfiell the run by
u J
, ~nnouneed three winners 10 date:
:\1('\101, ~ince Howse was ~redited
HALIFAX (CP) - Nova Scotia Mrs. Goodridge, Mrs, Patterson, cruclIing event held under a 95 tugal COl'e Road to New COI'e weIght champion's manag'~r, Al game's finest pla~'s when he leap- I \·.ould tic. the prqscnt series :at
d.eg~ee. ~un .. ago.inst . .t~e . best Road, then \!p. Ki!1g~5. Bridge Road Wei!!.
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ed high to his righ\.!o tip GiIlIi.: one .same apic.c.c, - ~: - -- .. ,
~nly with a fielder's choice on ladies' opan champion Rita Loh· \\II'S. House.
the third onto Rand~' Edwards de- nes, I6.year.old wizard from Lun· We ha\'e received word that the marathon runners in the United to Duckworth Streci, down Cach- Bickering over tlus demand tem-I
. . c . ..... _. -. . -.manded an expianation h'om 0[- enburgh's Bht~nose Club, won the Corner Brook ladles wfll. not be States' and Canada. Winner of the r:a:e Street to Water Sh'p-el, up porarily held up the formal sign-'
lidal scorer Jim Daly before be. ~Iarltlmc juninr golf champion. visiting us to play golf this "car race was 1954 U.S. champion Ted Water Street to Adelaide Street ing o[ the c6ntracl for Ihe title
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fight at the officers of the promot.
.
ship at the Ashburn Golf and
I:'~ cOnl'inced the run ehd not Country Club ~ronday. She topped and our trip to Grand Falls looks Corbitt of New York. Hillier was and thence to City Hall via Nell' ing International Boxing Club.
c(,unt.
Nell' Brunswick champIon Mary very dIm at present-this busine&s the first Canadinn home in the Gower Street
Johnston spoke bitterly of the
(irand Falls bave named left· Ellen Driscoll of Saint John RIver· of East meeting West Is not to be. I'ace and earned consideration of Riding with the Newfoundland agre~ment:
l.:.ndtr CharlIe Inee, who owns side by six strokes and Donna Please arrange all outstanding the Canadian Oll'mpic Commit- (hampion will be AAU oCficials
"Only an AI Weill rould make a
both I'ictories over St. John's, to Manuge of Liverpool and Halifax matches quickly and we'll meet tee.
.
and representatives o[ the spon- stipUlation like this,'" )!oore's manmrt agaIn tonight. City will go by 15,
. you at lunch today,
A motorcade will parade the ~oring group which financed HiIwith fircballer Jim Carey.
The junior competition Was held
By Whitney ~lartin And
Nl'wfoundland champIon from the Ilier's Irip to the Three Rivers
The Papermakers scored In the In conjunction with the qualifyIng
John l\(cCallllm
airport to City Hall where he I ~iarathon thrnugh public subserip, . 1 C'"
t:urd inning but BlII Rahal's buli. round o[ the Maritime lad~~s' amawill be greeted on behall o[ a' lion,
teur championship and Miss Loh·
pcn clout In the fourth tied II nes' 1B.hole score of 80 was good
Tomorrow night at 6.00 the
mOl'e. If the baltcr is a right !:and.
J.1. Fh'e rllns in the mlh innIng, enough to lead the field in both
HALIFAX (CP) - HRtifax car-I'
Snnior Men's Sin"les Champion.
af:er Grand Falls hael gDn~ ahead classes.
,
.
dinals shoved a run across in Ihe
'.. 1cd pull hitter II'ho hits. to .tie~p: ~c~t
~.l. ~ell'ed up Ihe will for cil)"
In taking the qualifying roundi ship for 1955 will be completed.
ficld. the short!top moves to .11J~
Fl]l~.L.d
ci~hth
inning
hcre
~!?"dal'
10
edge
Capitals were runnIng the bascs Rita put together nlne·hole totals 'fhe finalists til is ycar, as is al·
.A'"
_ .jl '.
Truro Bearcats g·B mlh e npcner
• i right .. If the baiter hils to ri.ght
Imoulhly a~ they J;tole [our limes or 37 and 43 for a t\l'()-stroke mar· rr:ady known, are Dave Genge
oC thcir bcst-or·nio~ HaliCax and
Cield, the shortstop mus.t be; in
TODAY'S GAMES
Employecs of the Mental Jlo;Dislrict Senior Bascball League
.1111 had Iheir hitting sights Ie\,. gin ol'er form~r Maritime cham· and Ray Gallagher, and, at Ihe
motion to the l.eft.
.. -.' .. . ....
]030-';l.
Ca~hel
Rockets
pion Mrs. G. B. Gordon and MIss (:rcscnt time Genlle leads 2 sets rital II'ho work with George Hil\'~. semi-final;.
.
Then
he
can
cover
second ~ase
rlled at the fences with Ch'e o[ Cairi"e Wilson, former Maritime to 1 In a match Ihat Is Ihe bcst llier yeslerday ~ent a belated dnna·
Telegram. Tel)·s.
The Benrcals, whOle Dick Car·
which
is
unguarued
when.
thucct:,rir ~afelies going for extra and NOl'a S:otia champion. Mrs.
tion to the George Hillier Mara· 2.30-C. nf E. Orphanage Jel.l 1'5. leI' got the one homer ,of the
ond
baseman
tries
for
the
·Hall.
om'.
Gordon had a 40 on the outgoing oC 5 sel~.
gamc-a three-run l7~diib theMei
Kiwanians.
,led Gamberg was tagged for nIne and 'a 42 coming home, Miss Both players have givcn a good thon Fund in Ihe sum o[ $7.55.
The shortstop must cover scc'ond
foUl'ih-used thrce pitchers and
account of t1lemselvcs and arc ex. ~Iany thanks til' the sportsminded
tl' cil'c hits hut remained a cool WIlson posted 41s.
to kecp the runner from adv3n.t!ing
thee ardinals, tll'o.
('u'lomer on the mound as ne fan.
Truro star lIIrs. Graham Dc~', peeted. to produce equally good workers at the illental Hospital.
The second game will be at
beyond' first base.
Truro tonight.
r,~rl thlrleen Grand Falls baiters, playing in a threesome with ~liss tennis in tile remainder 01 the Thc money wiil be' turn~d ol'er
PLA YING BUN.TS... ,...
Lohnes and lIIrs. H, P. Connor of match, whlell is scheduled for to- to Ihe AAU of Canada'~ NewOn
buntcd
balls, the shortstop
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('il)' routed slarter Les Rowe in Halifax on the front nine, carded
ANCIENT POWER
morrow night so hat those Inter. foundland branch as is all residue
also
covers
second
base. No mattlle fifth aUer getting to him for a 38 to 37 for Miss Lohnes. On ested can altend the baseball from subscription. funds for AAU
Ancient Egyptians and Romans
ter
'where
the
runners
are tllere
four runs and continued their the incoming nln'~, lIIrs. Dey en· finals,
filted war gal12YS with hand-opel", "..,.........
sl:nctioned athletic ventures.
always
is
a
chance
that
the ba'se(,n~laught against reliever Jim counlered trouble with her putter
w
aled paddle wheels.
lI.nnaCord
with another five and was fOl'ced to settle for 45,
man
is
covering
first
base
on tllis
WEDJ\'ESDAY'S GAMES
BELGIAN LAW
JlIOTHERS' ALLOWANCES
Tun;.
two strokes ofl lUss Lohnes' pace.
play. The shortstop must take over
JEWISII
NEW
YEAR
(
Emerson.Yorke
Photo)
A law for the protection of in·
The lead in provision of family
Dick Duder walked and was MRS. CONNOR 'RALLIES
The Jewish New Year this year In a double play situation, the [or him.
'.,
fancy
was passed by Belgium in 9.30-White Sox vs. Red Sox.
allowances
was
taken
many
years
lingled home by slugger. Bill Trask
Mrs. Connor, after a shak)' start
falls
on
~ept. 17.
Let's
say
for
example,
therl~ are
11.00-Yankees
vs.
Dodgers.
shortstop brushes second base
1912.
which brought her outgoing nIne ago by France and Australia,
in the third for Grand Fal Is. BiI I total to 47, raJlied to post the best
with his right foot as he passes, runners o~ filist and second: and
then pushes ore his right 14!Ot none oul. The baUer bunts i hard
nahal'S homer tied It 1·1 in Ihe s~cond.nine total of the qualifying
down the third base line. The bal!
bottom of the fourth. Charlie rounri, a 37,
for the throw to first basco
. Inte was ~Ingled home by Trask
Miss Lohnes, Qualifying - round
',gal's. to ~he third baseman; :~ho's
in the firth to give Grand Falls leader, was eight strokes off la·
CHAPTER 24
pla~'lng m.
. '.
a 2.\ lead.
dies' par for the Ashburn course.
SHORTSTOP - PART 2
The swmd baseman has nim'ed
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The roof fell in on Les Rowe She equalled par on eight holes
There arc many difficult thr~ws : over to cover first, because;: t~e
in the bottom of the mlh when and racked up a bIrdie tll'O on th~
from shortstop.' Slow boundIng:
. ,first baseman' also Itas moved In.
\'aUGhan MacDonald singlet! and par·threc fifth ho.~, She was /lne
balls
must
be
thrown
with
a' The third baseman turns' and
over each par on thc remaining
quick underhand throw or a ~ide- ,throws to' the 'sbor:stop co~~rir.g
J.rk Wllhers laid down a perfect nine hoies,
arm flip, or with a wrist snap.
I second. That forces the ma~ :com·
bunt and beal il out. A two hase
The 44·pla)·er ficld gol no assist
From dccp in the "hole" 10' : ing into second. The shortstop',
.rrror b~' left lIelder Ince on Ted from the weatherman anel none is
Gillies long crack sent MacJ.)onaid Indicateel today as the golCers face
ward third base you must make a ! throw to first doubles tbe batter.
home and Withers scored on Walt a 36'hole' schedule, A scorching
long, more powcrful ol'crhaild I'
POP FLIES
.,
Doheny'S Infield single, to make sun and high humIdity made the
throw. Usc the arm motion of a Pop flies very often will lle hit
the score 3-2. Bill Rahal, sale on going rough and the' early after·
pitcher's overhand' fast ball. And back of second base on the: out·
an error, and Mike Martin, on noon strain was reflected in genbe accurate!
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field grass. Both you •. and' the
with a fIelder'S . choice, scored erally .h.igber second-round SCaNS.
Maybe you arcn't exactly fast, second baseman will have a chance
Of you haven·t got too strong an for them.
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along wlth Gillies. 18 BlIIie AbLONDON (Reuters) - Soccer reo
arm. Then you've got to ask your- • If there's a runner on first, you
hott and Hugh Fardy singled. to suits 'in Britain today:
se!f each time a batter approaches and the second baseman ·should
shoot city. ahead 11-2.'
.
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Jack Withers doubled and Walt Burnley' 0 Blaektiool 2
the batter;s box, "Is_he fast? Is shout to each other to lind' out
Dohen,. slnlled In the' sixth and Sheffield U 0 Charlton A 0
he slow? Does he break fast from who has the best chance of get·
leored the seventh and eighth
. ua/jue 'Divlsion JI'
the pJate~"
ting the' ball. Then. one 6f you
runs as Capitals forged .ahead (I.~. ·Bristol
R'
4
Stoke'
C
2
Figure
out
bow
much
time
you
I
must· return and c'over second-in
Leeds U 1 Bury o·
.
have to throw him out. If your i case the runner on first base tries
I\eg Edwards singled and· was· LeIC:isler Cltid NottIngham F 2
arm isn't great and the' baUer Is I to steal after the' caleh;
Jingled home by Roger Howse in Plymouth A 2 Dpncaster R 2
thl! seyenth u Grand Falls made Port.Vale 2. West Ham U 1 .
fast, then you will have to pia)' in. I TOMORROW-More about shorl·
il 8-3.
.
Rothe.rhani .U 1 Bristol M: 3
I( he's slow, yop can stay back stop. How you handle double pl!lY
Jed Camberl's leadoff bitoLeague DivisiOn m Southern
near the ouUield grass. ..
grounders. What you do· on 'relay!
the.bullpen smash Iii tbe' eighth Mlllwall 2 Exeter CO·
PLAYING THE BATTER
from tbe ouUield and base ,~j~.
lDnIli1 made It 9-3 tIlr the Capl.. Queen', P R. 1 Brimtford 1
There afe two ways to playa! (From the book "HII' You" ~an
Leape Division n INortllern
baiter. One Is by what yoU kn~w Play Little League Baseball"" by
tals,'
Gateshead 3' Tranm·ere R 3 .
about him, The other is by ·know- Whitney Martin 'and John ·Mc:Cal·
Halifax T· 2 .Carllsle U· 2
Sub catcher Rex EdwarJs was Jlia'ls!i~ld. T .3.,Scunthorpe U 2 .
ing what your pitcher Ihrows! lum, copyright .1954 by PrenUcl.
hit by I pitch in the ninlh and
hilJl. ~f you know where a batter f Hall, Inc.).
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leored on Bill Trask's single tQ "DON'T I. :SAtISFtED'WITH
usually hits I ball, ~'oll can muve I Distributed by The Register '~nd
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VISITING GANDERITES-Gandet·'s football All-Star" pose for a team photo before th.eil' game with City repre- where he hits. That will save one i Tribune S\·ndlcate.
brrg then settled down' to fan
or
two
sleps
every
time
he
hits
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sentatives, Holy C'ross, last night. Members of the team include manager Murray StraHon, left in·top row: goalie
tbe ·slde lor the second time.
on t~e ground.
Jamaica plans to wrap banana.
Firsl baseman Bill Trask of JOHN CLOUSTONLTD . Hank Hefsin~n; fullbacks Val Tuckcr and Clare:1ce East man; halfbacks Stcphen Nekleva, William Grey and Geo;
The shortstop Is alwa)'s on the eKports in polyethylene i film.·
Grand Falls led the hitters with' a,23,24,26,26.29aO.31.sep1.2
• Van'; forWards Gerry Hesselink, Geo. Frame, Hank Bri; stra , Dennis Kelly, .Albert Lajour.
lour hits in five' trips and .1
Two Homers As NO Gr\MES IN
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hore was waiting in the alley be· ups, not the rustling:
hind the jail"-kept cropp Lng up.
• •.•
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FOR six solid months he kept
THE unfair [act was that Wyatt the rand agents quite. He did It
stuck, to hi' law and, let Behan by so somp!!e a trick It near dlrove
.
do the polltlcklug. 'rhe bad acces- the outlaw boys to look for hon·
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sory after that fact was that cst work. He just saw to It tl1at
~lXI CLANTON, the ae~ .elect. to oblige."
Wyatt'. law WBII the federal law, every last mine shipment or pay.
hla ~ud.m~uth ot ~hl!! builth, got He fished In his pocket, care. anc! unless that law was crossed, roll carried U.S. r.lail along with
• Itt under t.I~ llrat.
less as though ,be was digging wlUch In most CIIiS me,ant that the It. Even If, 89 happened morc
, '\Vell, talk don t grade no high. for a quarter to pay for his beer. U.S. malls' or money !lhlpments than once, he had to write his
er than It does anyywhere." he Hla big fist came out clol.d had to be messp.d :wIth, he couldn'l own letters.' .
::ll:nae~ the Earps. "Yonder's around something small' and even ,et an Indictment throughPlIing blunt insult atop sharp
"oar. .."
,hlny. But It 'la.n't any quarter. his own office, let alone. Behan's. trick; he got Wells Fargo to put
So I see,· acknowledged At least If Jt was, It was the Thl. limply meant that. the Bob Paul on, to ride shutgun for
~att. "But my point Is yet to first two.blt piece with a snap.. crushy·fat rusUlnll trade could those shipments. To begin with,
made.' It';j one I ~ wouldn't pin on the back,
carry on as Ulua. under Behan's Bob was a sure man with a
dare mike
public, ror legal It was a depl":' United States
scattergun. But aside from that
The -Audubon
Society•
The Theatre Page
By FRED CHAFE
Canadian Press Staff Writer
1 ,i :.
TORONTO {CP)-Canada's oaly
nation-wide conservation society is
\' .~. '.
planning an all-out campaign to
mak~ Canadians more conscious 01
their
heritage.
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The Audubon Society of Canada
through lecture tours, films and
literature hopes to drive home its
point that conservation is every.
body's business, and that the 'need
Playing
for it was n~vcr greater than at
LAN A TURNER IN
this time.
:
"THE PRODIGAL"
Jack Livingston, newly appolnled
I :'
executive director of the society
"L.UXURY GIRLS"
i
':"'.... !rut 1m ",•• Io "'" It monhu', b.d...
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. Th. 1'"".11 oro" .,' b,O' h. w... m" .bou' .. . . . . W,tH SUSAN STE.H.N
"PR'NCE OF PLAYERS"
plans a cross·country tour this fali
I:
to enlist support from schools na·
you boys, for what It'I worth." The Pima County machine was and
line rlaht square Jhnny Behan. as you could get. ANNA M.... RIA,
WITH RICHARD BURTON.
D.............,•• ,hom .lth Io, m"h ,,, ,h. "',,' It"''' 'ho .,•• tho
.Id P'm. H." ". ,,, C"hI.. Cou'"
MAGG" MCNAMAR"
n " ,.d... • >dIU", ,,. tural history groops and any ~ther
'h. m'& US.
It. ........",. C,,,!Y. I",,", of' II" ..., "'" .h"II' .,.",
b.., h'm It',
••, ••"" ...•tt"
'N C'NEMASCOPE
...If".· "'" ••
"'"d,, organizations that can help in con·
I . h••
.to I I..", tb" _ . 1m...
.mI ..,In ""II
II, ,,". wIth
m.mI ,,'" " ..". 1M B''''''
m,..
Bow,"" ,. servation education, the society',
basic aim.
.
"m.... ",10 "'''''''',. ... ....... .... hod "'••, ••"'k••••ll" " .., '" now thtlll' ••••11 'hom
Edwl, wxop" oI lb. BibU,,'
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ktor "m..... Th'4 ,I..
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.. tho 'b.
,,"'m'o, 'h. BROAD PROGRAM
John James Audubon, the Amerl·
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h"". to m."
.ood.
.h'bo'\
oI' 'h'
b",'M.kI,...Ubi,· "d,
Pn"" oI ,:,,"'"
of h',
hoo..
can naturalist for whom thz' sof. ::'
• Fn" SIII. .11 m"'" ,,,...d. to'" ''''m too" ,,, ..",. 'f ",.
It , ....
down to
wi'" "".." ••mI d",,, Co,,,,,,·F,,,, ""'''' b'o"",,h'· ..
wilb
ciety was named, Is best known for
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.'WoI' : min"••" bo ••,••
hoo 'h., "".,,,
Th. m'oo .h',m"" h.d 'If ,. wh., tho " . 111m "L..." ,,' rom.... ", ....,,,,Iod ,. 'ho hl,b
lb. ,,,,,; his bird paintings but his career
:1: .'
"'me ' ...U m'.. th"""
h..,
Id.
m;'th. oft" ".,,11
boo' tho
tho
ohl<•• 111 .... M.""", C'''m...... "th D.
Co,
i,· b"dI, 'b. embraccd much wider fields of boo
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no b""" ..d Ch..,., Shll, to,k "" .. "'''''' U.S. MH.b.l "" ...,
W"II ., ,h.
Th..U'. hu ,••0"
tho C.,It" ',mm?w. •., u h.... It " kid. Th.
tnn~' and natural historyn and the
society's. ~rogram is equaliy broa~ .
.... maBbol. B, ,••If. ,h.".., bOn ..d ''''', P';"olt ."... h' ""
U, to "" '"''
,b.m olf. It moo" w".
With him
whol' "",.nm,
m"..
Mr. LIVIngston feels the schools
'h.
th'" ....., ". mon,h.
,bol J,hMy B.,..... ,.n S'm. ,""'" C.II, But hod .'" ••,"" " • .'''', ••,.".,
IMh .." .., '''',''' ,.
arc the best places to start. SinN
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b.n".1. II. po' on, .... ,' " tho S....'ton..
wlll """ ,. :"" ..".
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the Canadian society, a counter·
...rtf,....oh po''''mon ,. "'"' "yolt '" '"'''' .Ith..
oil.
h'. ." tho
'h. boy. '" 'tIft
"boo,"
th, ,"'"
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film. 'f
part of the United States bod\'
t., ,01 _b
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th
Ih. mm", "m,' .., mild by wm,.n.on ,. tho was organized in the late 1940i, 'ii
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bod '"'' ,'"...
w",
to b. ,
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,no. " has helped form Audubon junlnr
th" " " I t . .
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B.b" ... "m. Wi"od ,. B,.. tho Itm.
or
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wb· ,....
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clubs in classrooms across thl'
tl h'" ,,,..d, .,,'''' ,,, .mon,b d,,,
It re •• ,,,. tho , ..",.•
h.d b,,, joo" "Tb. p ..
"d
Lo.d" ..d " ..h'.,,"•. E"",· b"i. "on wbi"" tb,
country and publishes the maga.
tho
Vbitll do,.
lho
All.. Sto.., ,,, ,,, 'f 1',,,' L... " Do"". u.s.
to • b,,""'· wn",
"d ""
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make
small
difference
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In
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had
ot
10,
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place.
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"girls"
are
played
by
pa
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a S DC
ell' Ictorlan of the time features a number of notes.
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mile-wide, put on.way. "Sonry, each report" somewhere along They got VlrliJ, quick enough
a bevy of beauties hallinl from contemporaries.
cabana-styled parlours doing a Between them, the two societies
I,
'
Frank.
Meant
to
make
that
point
the
line,
the
same
string
of
words
Behan
slmrly
got
him
Italy,
France,
England
and
even
Of
all
t11e
acting
Booths,
Ed·
whale
of a business on what might have enrolled 10,000,000 school
"
children throughout North America
j::
wlthollt being asked. Right proud -"an accopmpllce with a saddled J'irlend
out as town
India.
win most
was unstable
the grcatest
been"grcen
referrcd
to at
that time
of themmhal
lanl's and
pul ainlood
hb
Leadln~ the ca1t Is nineteen· the
of thebutlot.also
As have
as the
light
district"
of since the junior club !ch~me
I·
place.
year·old Susan Stephen, veteran his brother John Wlkes once re- the pagan temple grounds.
started.
,!..
Because of limited revenue til
But Wyatt was awake. lie
fleD S
of five English films an~ rever.1 marked, "Edwin is Hamlet- mel· Lana Turner is the high priestdate-its
funds are deril'ed almo.t
pulltd open hla desk drawer. MANNERS MAKE FRIENDS
stage plays. From Italy
three ancholy and ftll." Edwin's tor· ess with all the beauty ,lure and entirely Crom
subI .
hunl I U.S, deputy's badle on
enehantresses:Anna Ma:rla Fer· mented, sensitive sould, fearing wily actions demanded bv the scriptions and membership
donations-the
Cana·
t
his brother, 1I.,d kept rlgbt on If you arc
In the front raro,
Podestl and Paula teh madness that destroyed his role. With all the tribute to Her· dian society hasn't 'l!ngaged in any"
;,
cralklng down with III she rules. senl of the (ar and there Is a Morl. Paris eOl~trlbutts a sensat- father, /liven to bawdy houses,. sehal McCoy's outstanding job of projects such as field camps bul
~ .:
All this was too much see.saw. passenger in the back' scnt, don't lonal Icrcen C:nd; one Marine and to alcohol find peace nd his costume dcsign for the produc- Mr. Livingsten said it is hoped tn
Ing, though. Bl)th Wyatt and Be. flip ashes out of the wlndo~v. It's Vlady: But where YOI~ have lovely de5tiny in the eyes of Mary Dev· tion, Miss Turner was hardly cos- include these in the program for
the future.
han knew It. And knew what the dangeroud to chan~e hmng hot women, It Is only natural that lin. It i5 the moving power of her tumed she was beaded
i":
IIIWfOUNDLAND'S '1iINDL.Y lHIATI.
real stake was. And whD held lhe ashes
bael, mlo
other you'll find men-and one In put· love for Edwin Booth that motto
Schnee aeh'ieves his EVERYONE'S ThiTEREST
1\Ieanwhile, it has been workin,
,I.> •
'hole.card on It.
pa;hl~gl~r ~n!n~~. the reasons why icular Is bounrl t. start feminine vates pla:;wrlght Moss Hart's £Irst credit a! producer with con· hard
to gain public support by con·
,
The stake was the stage hold- automobiles have ash trays.
heart~
throbbIng faster than usu· handling ot th~ story of the com· siderable merit Cor his eo-ordin· vincing the private citizen that can·
,
al.
He
is
Jacques.
Sernas-young,
plex
genius
WllO
knew
the
pedpts
alion
of
tbe
talent
and
production
,
blonde, French, al ..letlc and hand. ot desolation lInd rose to touch values poured Into this expensive servation is in his own intcl'2lt
a.nd his help is vital. It pro\·id~.
some. He speaks five langua,es the stan.
undertaking. His selection of flims and lecture materials to in·
fluently,
but to
oneunderstand
doesn't have
to An Imposing cast of con tempo· R' har d Thorpe t0 dl reet pal'd off tercsted groups.
be a linguist
his "I
love you.'
rary players jJortray the people With good performances by an ex· One of its most vigoroul eam·
Plero lI1uessr.Ua directed the who made. Booth's world. They cellent top-I.ln~ cast and large paigns in f(!cent years bas beell
to protect the almost • exUnd
film which Is being released by Include Rlcha~'d Bu.rton In the group of prm~l?als, and some of Whooping cran'~ in its fight for lur·
United Artists. Thc picture was tile role, Magg I' McNamara, John the most exclhn~ Co~tage. ever vival as it migrates between It.
~hot In Its natural setting-in the Derek, Raym?,d ~Iassey, Charles screened. Thorpe s direction. DC summer nesting grounds ill north·
high Italian Alps.
Bickford, Ehznbeth Sellars and E~mund Purdon's. gruesome fight ern Saskatchewan and its winter
.'
Eva
Le Gallienne.
With a vulture Will long be re- range in Texas.
~.
.h'
membered.
"When they head south' ill til.
Britis star Richard Burton'l'Is Purdom ' as.,'I'Ica h, son 0 f th e fall We supplv radio and television
What P ro duccr·DI rec t Oil' Ph I IP Hebrew atria h El'
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. stations and newspap'l!fS along iii.
Dunne considers l00~. perfect
p . rc '. I, W,I gam flight path wilh pictures and d!casllng In the role 01 the great mo~e Cans wl~h hiS herOIC stand scriptil'e material Ui help the pubShakespearcn Iragedlan who mcs. ~gall1st pa~amsm: James Mitchcll lic idcntify·them," 1\Ir. Livingston
"FOREVER FEMALE,"
the world willl the pow. 15 superb In hiS portrayal of said. "After Ihey've crossed the
WITH. of his voice. Bu'rton, besides pos- _~~h~m, the muted runaway slal·e. border the U.S. Audubon Soclet~
GINGER ROGERS
5essing all the physicRI attributes Neville Brand also does 8n out· takes o\'er. In th<i spring we do it
o! the Idol of that other era is ~tanding job as the brutal Rhakim the other wa~' around."
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Also-Up.TO·THE·MINUTE NEWS
)!r. Livingston, a former Tor:i .
,One of the fl'nnlest, gayest lnd fa~t becoming one of today's fin- In th~ serv~ce of Louis Calhern,
onlo
advertising executive, is \hI
\.
EVENING 8HOWS:'!' O'CLOCK-B. DO
brlgllest films to come along In est interpl'ele,', of the Bard. Be. the high priest of the pagan love- society's first lull-time diredor. Dr.
" ,,;
"
some time opens Monday at the fore his assignment tn "Prince goadess. Audrey Dalton Is charm· Bruce MUiTay, chairman ftl the
MATINEE! P,M, •
· .!,
, "ThLatre.
.
CorilwaU
Its" Para· of Players," Burlon had just fin- m~
. an d beau t'Ifu I as Ruth, the girl board of rlirectors, ~aid the II\"
· ::
Also~UP.TO.THE·MINUTE NEWS
mount s _Fore\ or Female ~nd It ished • lummer with England's Micah forsakes lor the bewitch· pointment is in line with I genpul
ADMISSION PRICES FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT'
sla.rs Gmger Rogers, William I b t d Old VI Sh k
ing "temple harl01" Samarra. policy of expansion to meet Canl'
E\'E!to'lNG-ADULTS .............. 750
CHILDREN .............. 3·!ic
TIMES OF SHOWS:
Holen 't and
Paul
Douglu
and ce
e ra e starringc In many
a espenean
' a won· dian needs_
I
t
-'
t
.
Company
or
t1le
Waller Hampden makes
CBILDILEN
.....
"t
.....
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HATINEE~ADULTS ...~" .......Ioa·
"The nedc for public and prival~
serves
0
n
rOluce
0
movle.goers
.
d
f
\.
Ell
d
J
h
EVENING I!HOWS: 7 O'CLOCK-9.00
f th
t
I till't1 roles Booth was famous for. Actu- er u
,an osep WIseman endorsement
of conservation actio
one a
emllot.s I't'e hn . a ng ally Burton Is best known to is outstanding as Carmish, the \'ity lVas n'2ver greater than thil
MATINEE Z P.M.
young persona It$
as el'er American audiences lor his screen cunning street beggar.
moment," Mr. Murray said. "Can' .'
~een
lour
pleasure
to
meet,
p,t
roles
in
"My
Cousin
Rachel,"
ror
Maurice
Zlmm's
screenplay
ada's
fanlasticaJly rapid growth,
.
.
ADMISSION PRICES FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT
r~~I~~g an I t U"
I which he received an Academy contains movement and definition represents! continnally inereasln:
CIULDREN .............. 350
IVENING-ADtJLTS ..............750
n eres"Fn.., ~~rmFY' Award nomination, lind "The of character, embellished by the drain on our natural resource!:-'
" VIOLENT SATURDAY II
develop ed st ory,
oreverwitty
e· R0be."
I CI
Scope demenslons.
.
CHILDREN.... " ........ 250
. MATINEES-ADULTS ...... " .... 500
male" arackles with smart
UFt 0
nemaColor
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Is In Itself
'
dl al ogue and Ihe laughs register Magille },JcNtmlil"l, II compara-·
with machine gunrallldity. The Uve newcomer to acting (liThe excltlDg IS captured by the
vastly entertaining tale Iii played Moon Is Blue" and "Three Coins calt,lera eye ?f Joseph
out against a Broadway legitimate in the Fountain") tries' serious while Bromslau Kaper a music
theatre background and concerns drama for the first time II the adds to the mood and quality of
GLENN FORD-ELEANOR FARKER la "INTERRUPTED
an aging actrelOS, Ginger Ragen, lovely "Juliet" who fil1~ Booth's the production.
•
who won·t own up to that fact.
life with love and hope. Raymond Pre":~sed with the command- MONTREAL (CP)
Violpi
mLODY"-A GREAT AND MOVING MOTION' FIC~URE
Into her life comei WilHam HoI. Mlllsey takes the .tage IS Ed. ment, Thou shalt have no other Archer or Montreal, who Insists she
den, as an aggressively candid win;, f,ther' who bequeaths him Gods before me"j and resolved by is no militant feminist, neverthr·
~-------------------------plaYWll'lght whose llrst Imlpt his talent and his madness. John Mlcahs remark, "I would rather less is earning recognition in one
deals with a 19.year.old girl and Dreck portra)"ll the valn.glorlous be a lervant In My Father's house oC the last male strongholds. With
credit,
she has
earncd an intcrn3'
he,r domlneerlnb" mother. The play John Wilkes Booth whose peal. man a king In Damascus", the 56
musical
compositions
to h'1r'
Is produced by Paul Douglas, the ousy and hatred of his brothel's Joe Breen Jr.-Samuel Larsen adap- tional reputation as a pionm
ex-husband but still good friend success drives him to hin final tation of the parable as told in among women composers .
of Miss Rogers, who Insists upon role as assassl:l of Lincoln. Eliza· Luke, Chapler XV, hlghltghts
Her work includes 16 orchestra
changing the script 80 that Gin- beth Sellars is seen as the loyal l\licah's sacrifice of wealth for the composilions, 15 chamber music
ger can play ttU! role of the daugh. sister, Asia, and Charles Bickford pearl of Solomon to claim Sa· pieces, 14 for piano, three for orter.
~s 'the bewlldp.re~ manager, with marra's charm. It then deals with gan, nine choral wrks and 12 11
Despite the brash and &-antlc Eva Le GlIlIIenne making her his leadership In revolt by the
efforts of a YGung actress, Miss first screen appes~rance In some sh.ves and slarving people o[ Boult conducting, on Radio Gen·
C~owley, to grab thl! part. Holden DC the Shakespea!I'ean sequences DamascUs to destroy the pagan eva, Radio France, the CSC, and in
compromises wi\" his Integrity r,' th,t h~ye mad"! her famous in the temple, Samarra and all of the several Canadian, United Staw
writing the play to lit ~i:lss Ro. leRltlm"te the~tre. around the leaders of linlade worship. It and European cities.
gers. With Its basic vlIlue destroy- world.
brings Micah back 10 his tather's
During a recent "isit to Montreal
cd the show flops in its tryout. '
house .nd his fint lov! Ruth.
l\fi~s Archer said she feels she r2n
Further. complic~t1ons arise wltl:!
make a contribution 10 the Cau!e
oot.
of
throogh
ber pOi!
Ia four-sided
d "I trlani,lej rMiss
d Iron furnitur" p'rticularly
~,
as Canadian
a teachermusic
of musie
composition
ey In ,.. 51 R0i. ers all for HoI· oor furniture, .bould be checker!
at the University oC Oklahoma,:
den who In turn h,s ,one ror for rust spots. These can spol
where she has been able to inlro,
Miss Rogers. Dou.llIs, meanwhile clothing or. wea~n. the furniture
•
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dnce works of Canadian comp05~r;
Is still In love wlth his ex-wIfe. Dv,r II. Ptrlod of time. Remove
tn American audiences.
Ev~ntu.Jly
howevtr the romantic s~t With fine weI wool, then
OS
FACE HANDICAPS
j
, ed out In~,
p,inttreated'
over area.
Spots can
.. as a composer dotl
m x-up '1s str411
by IlIbblng
with'olb~a CAMP GA~ETOWN, N.B. (CP) "R ecogDlhon
hten
I
mirthful and movln, la,hlon, 'fitil pasl, of rptten,tone and oil. Pol- SFt. MAl. Bill Tordon of Preece· not come easily 10 a woman," MiH
Douglas winning back Glnnr ind I,h with a eleaD, dry cloth.
v!Ue, Sask., has
men to help Archer said. "There has beeD a
Holden and P'l,t qrowl.U leUlTlg
','
i'
him.
handle
change theorists
in the attitude
In·,
1
rgest
r a big Job at Canada's gradual
wards women
and com"
together. The play re-opens in Iti Epstein from I Jame. M. Banrie aT d a m~ ~im~.
pOS'2rs, but there arc sUIl some die· ..
farm, Is a
hit and
".forenr Femal," emerges
hard
and conductors Whl
all ends well.,
" a perfectly epgalin, film that 1st Canadian Infantry Division will not conSider music compose<i
Incidentally, "Farver Femae" Is ,urll to please everyone. A vote training at the base. Three tons of by a woman."
,
Is
a much Imosh hit
the pl.y of thanks ,hould
to
producer mall are dllvered weekly with two "A I d' g rt' t I tb
..
THRILLS AND, SUSPENSE
witbln It's Vl!ry'c Int ent, an d wIlh P
' . and dir~ctor Irvinl
.
deIverles
i ' eae h d
s ea In
a IShave
s nlonge musi'
,a t
Du~gan
~y. '
cal world,
women
taken
no encumbrances. Written for the Rapp~ for a job malnlflcently S~YS ~ordon: These guys are _their place, but In the field of the'
screen by Jullt;! J •. and Phl1!p G. d o n . I '
getting f1V~.letterl for every one ory and composition it Is still very
they write.
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DOUBLES LOSES
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DIRECTORY
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caner
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broad.
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bold,. With
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Western Explorer, Elm~r Jon~!,
"PJ-EASE, tell us what went
wrong In thoe bidding of this Flnback, and Young Harp.
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hand," requesll a Chlcaga corresA .E. HICKMAN CO. LTD.
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TUESDAY, AuP.t 23rd.
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2,Ol-Perry Mason.
est
trouble, -but East Ind West for the season.
7.30-CBC News.
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could have made game and rub.
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8.l5-MuSieal Clock.
4.00-Ncll's.
polntsl
day.
9.00-Mornlns Devotions.
4.0~Spot the Star.
9.l~Program Preview.
U5-Rancb Party.
"We gave South credit for good Maxine Johnson dlschar-'n,
9,2()-On Parade.
.
bidding, but WI COUldn't agree fish.
9.3()-Meludy Scrapbook.
.
5.00-Nell's.
IO.OG-Know Your Newfoundland. 1I.01-Record Shop.
on whether Wcst was guilty of Shirley Goodyear 2nd, dlschu,·
B.OO-Nell's.
f th
bad bidding, Was he?"
Ing fish.
lO.JG-H It o
e Day.
B.OI-CJON Bulletin Board.
IO,I5-Ella ",Ianue!.
B.05-Record Shop.
Yes. West had every reason tl)
CANADA PACKERS LTD,
IO.25-CBC News.
6.l5-Spurts Parade.
expect exactly wbat happened Shirley Goodyear the first iall·
lo.:lO-Triple Treasure.
6.25-Ncws.
when he doubled two diamonds. tel Saturday.
l0.45-BBC Variety.
6.30-Eddle Fisher.
El'ldently
South had 10 cards In
CRDSBIE & CO.LTD.
1l.15-Llght and Lyrical.
6.45-.10hnny Napoleon.
11.45-Sacred Hcart Program.
7.0G-Ncws.·
the red suits. Just as evidently. Miriam May, Rogers, muter.
l~.oO-Announcers Choice.
7.01"':'Courtshlp and Marrlaga
North was so short In hearts that sailed Saturday.
12.I5-Dinner ·Beli Breakdown.
7.15-Famous Frauds.
he
tried a 'vescue" with • very M. S. Johnson. takln, freight.
1~.3G-Farm Broadcast.
7.30-Ncll's.
shabby spade tiult. It W85 reason· James Strong, Larke, master,
12.45-Aunt Lucy.
7.45-Dark stranger.
1.00-Mld Day Serrnade.
B.OO-News.
able to expect that North would Is taking freight for Klni's Point,
Hil--Laura Limited.
8.01-Muslcal Panoroma,
hal'e a fair !It for diamonds.
Llttl. Bay . Islands, Twlllin.ate,
1.3G-CBC New! and "'lither. 8.l5-.!ourney into Melody.
In
short,
West
had
~very
rea·
triton, Sprlngdal. Ind porh in
1.45-Doyle Bulletin.
8,3G-Eddie Cantor.
,
5011 10 believe that South would Green Bay.
.
~.!lO-Words and !IIusle.
.
II,OG-News.
2.2!1-Domlnlon Time Sisnal.
1I.01-Alhnm or Fal'ourites.
either make two diamonds or, at GREAT &ASTERN OIL' AND
2.30-PoPI on ,\pproval.
1I.15-Haunllne 1I0ur.
least, come very close.
IMPORT CO.
:!.45-0pcn Road ShoW.
9.45-Do3CO News.
Il West came to tbe cDncluslon
Out port Servlc:e 1.lIln, for
3.3G-Tr3ns·Canada Matinee.
10m-Burl I\'cs Show.
Spaniard'. Bay.
·4.3O-CBC News.
lO.15-Favourlle Story.
4.3!>-Timely Tunes.
lO.45-G1cnn Miller.
BOWRING IROS. LTD.
H5-Children'. Siory.
11.00-National News.
NOlm
I.
G. S. Cutler II dlsch.rlin, lum·
5.15-Muslc of the West.
11.15-Sports Pnrade.
.1087632
ber.
5.3G-}'lshcrles Broadenst.
1l.3G-Late Night Theatre.
Clm Hallett ulled Saturday.
5:l5-lluslcal Program.
12.0G-Ncws.
.'1642
6.00-1ntermeoo.
3 H
P t
M.V. Velvet City Is' waitln. fur·
6.25-Program Preview.
12. 5- ouse ar y.
ther
orders.
WEST
6,3G-Supper Guest.
12.54-News.
EAST
Philip
Wayne wlltln, orders.
6A5-Heartbeats In Sport.
12.55-Prayer.
.AKJP5
.Qf
i.OG-CBC News and Weatber.
l.OO-Queen and Sign Off.
.QI0f
.8781
Crystal Stream, Hunter, master,
.AQ8
7.15-Curtaln Calls.
'+J
Is taklns freight for· . northern
.AK7542
+QI0
i.3l1-Tops Today.
ports.
7.45-Doyle Bulletin.
801JTB (D)
TUESDAY, August 23rl1.
JOB BROS. , CO. LTD
R.l5-llarllyn Reader Sing ••
• None .
R.30-Rawhlde.
Fishing
triwler Blul Wave 111
.AKJU
6.3G-Sllln On and Sundial.
H.45-lnvltat\on 10. Worship.
under
repairs.
.
.KI0f53
6.55-Sundlal News.
!I,I5-As Tunes Go By.
.;r83
8.30-Today's
the
Day.
James
and
Patrlc:k
has
•
load
p.3G-Summertime.
U5-Rex Koury.
Eut.West \'Ut.
of lumber to dlschargl.
IO.OG-Lct·. Make Music.
1I.00-It Happened Last Night.
'Soutb Wet' North Iu&
I() 3G-The Snow Is a Shroud.
AYRE & SONS LTD.
10.0G-Coifee
Time.
1•
Double 1. :: •
Roundup and Expulsion of 1l.00-Turn Back
Robert Knlckl. takln, 111.
the
Clock.
2
•
Double
PafJ
P.u
the Acadian •.
1l.30-Pepperrell Juke Box.
Marjorie InkplIl Is taklnl
l'aSl
12.00-The D.B.
Openlnlle.d4 Q' .
freight.
12.30-Hlllbilly Matinee.
:r.llgsle Greene Is takin, frel.ht.
I.OG-Sports Answer Man.
TUESDAY, AURult 23rd.
Genevieve Holloway sailed;
1.15-At Easc.
.
that
he
couldn·t
get
rich
by
doub·
lAIN!
JOHNSTON & CO. LTD.
----------~~----------- 1.30-Behind the Story.
7.00-Break£ast Club.
1.45-Samm), Kaye.
ling
two
diamonds,
he
might
Gllmllshire
lallln, Saturday.
1.1G-Newl.
2.0G-Bud's Bandwagon.
think
about
bidding
farther
for
A1inelta
Lovett.
takln, In.
i.all-News.
2.30-Mnrtin Block.
.
•. 55-News.
his own 5Id!. He couldn't feel M.· and G. ''Eager. teok fr.l,ht
3.00-VOUS Rec:nrd Room.
8.0G-Breakfalt Club.
4.00-Dugout Dope.
slIre of game in no·trump, but lor Bonavlat. :Bay 'ports,' .alltd
n~IG-llIt of the Day.
4.15-Blng Crosby.
there could be little harm In try· Friday.
8.35-News.
4.30-Shortwavc Magazine.
R.4G-Name the Newfoundlander. 5.00-!liarch or Events.
Ing out a free bid of two no- Hazel Blackwood Is lakin I
to()-A Date With Deny&.
trump. Ea~t would gladly raise freight.
5.15-AFRS News.
n.l5-Man From Yesterday.
1I.3G-Pai'adc oI Sports.
to game hi no-trump, relying on
AT DOCK
1>.3~A Dale With Deny..
7.45-BIII Stern.
the long clubs to make the pla)' Ll.nda !larbour, Gill, mutef, 18 '
1r.4l-Burtonl of Banner street. 8.00-The
Chase.
easy.
havln, i new mast instslled.
III.OO-News.
8.30-011 Stage.
1~.()5-A Dat. ""lIh Denys.
West had 18 polntl in hlgb
T. HALLETT'S
1I.0G-Invitation To Learning,
In.55-News.
1I.3G-Box 13,
cards
and
could
rely
on
East
to
N."
C.
Ralph, Cheater, mllter,
II.Ou-Club Tim..
lO.OG-News.
hold
at
least
6
or
'
7
points
for
bl5
Is
taking
freight
for Fair hillld
11.55-Newl.
10.I5-You And The World.
I='OG-Club Time.
free
bid
of
two
c:lubs.
Hence
.nd
the
other
usuaillorthirn
ports.
10.3G-~luslc 'til Midnight.
IllS-Bank of Happiness.
there was good reason to believe David Watta, Ralpb, mister, is
12.00-Slgn Off and Anthem.
12.30-News.
that East·West could make either repairing engines.
12.35-Mullc.1 Menu.
a game or at least • good part
ON SOUTHSIDE
1.3()-News.
,
1.45-Tunes For Today. .
·score. The combination of .~afety A ,mall tUI with a scow I. tow
2.00-Betty Grable-Harry .Jlmel
in bidding farther and danger In will Ill! for a northern porL
2.55-News.
.
doubling
should have Indicated 4 HORWOOD LUMBER CO.
3.00-Dollan OD Parad.,
THE NFI.C. GitEAT LAK!S
the wise cour~e to West.
M.V. Wesley Ind Ralph, Cull,
4.!lO-New••
STEAMSHIPS LTD.
4.05-NewfOllndlaDd Parada.
M.V. Dundee loading at Hamil.
master, dlschlr,in, l\lmber, tak·
4.35-Bank of Happlne ...
ton ·Aug. 29, Toronlo Aug. 30,
ing freight on Tuesd,y p.m., at
4.55-News.
5.00-Club TIme.
Montreal Sept. 2 for st. John's.
If you're fond of sandals and Bowring Bros. Ltd;
.
5.30-Frontler Town.
hate to mov·a back into a c:losed
H.M.C. DOCKYAItD
6.00-News and Weather.
M.V. Perth loading at Ham II ton shoe for fall, eompromlse. Try Flretug 3, Parr, Bamafish, and
G.05-Supper Serenade.
Sept' 0, Toronto Sept. 10, Montreal the shoe with closed front and open Bamareng.
'
6.25-Lost and Found.
Sept.
13
for
St.
oJhn's.
back.
GIves
you
sandal
comfort
A
H
MURRAY"
CO
LTD
flACJ-R1dlng Along Wltb I Sonll.
FURNESS WARREN LINI
and an a~tumn look. .
Biue' Prince, Parsons, ~asler,'ls
H.45-News.
i.OII-The Barrelman.
Newfoundland due Halifax Aug. New York).
discharglnll live stock, .••. lIIng·
i.I5-Doctor Paul ..
list 22 and Boston August 25.
Leaving Boston August 26 and
NFLD. CAN. STEAMSHIPS
midnight this Monday, ~UI. 22. .
i.30-The Barpln Hour.
H.OO-~Iusic by_ Mantovlni.
Halifax August 30, due St. John's
Bedford 11 due St. oJhn', Aug. :r.1.V. Teeiewood, dlschargin'
8.15-Sammy Ka),e.
Sept. 1. Salllnil again same da, 22, sailing again Aug. 23.
general cargo. SallIns thl~ Mon·
9.00-Thlrty Minute Theatre.
for
Liverpool.
Belle
Isle
II
leaving
Halifax
day
night Au,. 22nd.
9.45-News.
.
'Nova Scqlla leaving Liverpool Aug. 23, due St. John', Au,. 25,
'
IUDO-Theatre of Thrills.
10.30-0ne Nisht Stand.
August 27, due St. John's Sept. 2. salling again Aug. 27.
---------------------10.45-News.
Leaving for Halifax and Boston
Bedford II .Ieavlng Hamal Au!!. Textured cotton knits .• o Into
1l.DO-Sporlscl5t.
SepL 3, due Hall!ax Sept. II and 211, due St. John's Aug. 31, uilln, £,11 in vivid fall tolors.Thm
11.15-Thls 15 The Story.
wash and keep. th'ir .h.~· (Ollt
Boston Sept. 8, Leaving BosLon again Sept. 1.
11.30-Club Time.
12.00-News.
Sept. 9 Rml Halifax Sept. 13, due Belle Isle II leaving I1llifex yours).
12.01-Cluh Tim••
St. John's Sept. Ill. Salling Ilaia Aug. 3D, due St. .Jobn's Sept. 2, OUR BOARDING' HOUSE.
12.M-News.
,
12-35-Club Time.
same day for Liverpool.
sailing again Sept. 3. •
Newfoundland leAvlnl Liverpool Bedford II leaving Hallfal: Sept.
i--"E;E;;;;;;;.;~a;;;;;;;;m;:~=:7~~~~~~~~~il
l.OO-News In a Minute and
Close Down.
Sept. 14, due St. John's Sept. 20. 7, dua· St.' John'. Sept. D, ulUng
Leaving for lIallfall and Boston a~ln Sept. 10.
.
Sept. 21, due Halifall Sept. 23 and
.cLARKI! STIAMfHIP CO.
Boston Sept. :16. Leaving Boston Sheldrake in port, talllili/ Aug,
. TUESDAY, AUID.t ISrl!.
Sept. 27 and Halifax Oct. I, due 22 (Bay Roberts).
.
7.00-Wake Up Ind Liv..
st.
John's Oct. 3. Sailing for Liver·
Novaport leaving Montrelll Aug.
i.10-New!.
pool Oclober 4..
24, due S~ Jobn's Aug. 29, laillng
7.I5-Saered Heart Prol1'.m.
FURNESS RED CROSS
again Aug. 31.
.
,
7.30-New•.
Fort Hamlllon saUlng Aug 22 Sheldrake leavlngM ant real
7.35-Bob lAw Shew.
7.45-News.
(Ha\lfax and ·New York).
Sept. 2, due St. John'. Sept. 7,
7.50-Bob LtwIa Ihow.
Fort
Al'Jllon
leaving
Halifax
AUIl
••
aUlng again Sept. 9.
B.OO-New•.
24,
due
St.
John's
Aug.
26,
salling
Novaporl leaving Montreal Sept.
B.05-1Iob Lew Sbow,
again Aug. :1.7 (Corner Brook and 10, due St. John's Sept. 14, lllUng
8.3()-Newl.
8.35-Bob Lewl. Show.
New York).
again Sept. 16, (Bay RobertJ).
9.00-Newl.
Fort Hamilton leaving New York Sheldrake leaving Montreal SepL
!.05-Jlike 'SOll Bevil••
Aug. 30, Halifax Sept. 3, due SI; 21, due St. John'. Sept. 25, All·
•.30-Finat Year. '
John'. Sept. II, sailing a,lln Sept.' Ing again' Sept. 27.
.
8
·.5-Womeo"
New
..
10.OO-News;
.
'7 (Halifax),
".
Nov_port leaving Montreal
lo.OI-Mtet ·the ArUit.
Fort Avalon laavlnl N.Y; Sept. Se·pt.30, due St. John" Oct. II,
lO.I5-P.rade of Hits.
, Fort Avalon leaving New York salling .,aln Oct. 7.
'.
n.OO-New.: .
n.OI-BIII 'JUn, Show.
Sept. H, St. John, N.B., Sept. 15,
CONSTANTINE CANADiAN
1l.15-Teoueuee· Ernie.
Halliax Sept. 19, due St. Johnis
. : SERVId:S
111l·30-IIBPrisoned "eart.
Sept.
21,
sailing
again
SepL
23
..
M.V.
·Avonwood leavlni .lIamll·
45-)1)' Other Love •.
12..OO-Newa
(Corner Brook and New York). ton Aug. 2l1,'Toronio Au,. 31;
..
12.01-Bob ·Lewls. .
Fort Hamilton leaving Halifax Montreal Se~t. 3,' Due. st. John's
IZ.30-Ne\n; .
Sept. 27, due st. John's Sept. 29, Sept. 8. •.
.
. ,
IZ.35-Bob Lnt'li Show.
again
Oct.
I,
for
H.lIf.x.
'
.
.
.
.llIIng
1000New~.
Fort Hamilton leaving Halifax
M,V. Tees~ood le.vin, Hamilton
1.01-Bob Lewis Show.
Ott. II, due SI..Tohn',· Oct. 7, Sepl. II, ~'!Jron'to,Sept, 12, Montreal
US-New..
.
11.3()..:.Behlnd the Seeau.
..JUol aialn Sept. '10 (H~llflX and Sept. 1~: DueSt;·Jo~i1'!StPt.· 20.
.~poN Pand. . .
e B'N
I
r._ I.
Pa~
i
Ih-~
lIIt1'
~--
.
and
ID. its
everylam
la. at'
I
lon, tatell
field of tile-
t iI ItiU veri
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STEAMSHIP
MOVEMENTS'
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-
13:
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BUGS BUNNY
Is Presented·
with the
,
Compliments 01
-The Great Eastern Oil Company Limited
This
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THE
DAILY. NEWS,
. "
TUESDAY,.AUGU~T
23, 1955
,
'Stock ,Market. Report·
YClu~et
only the
specially .
Addresses
Rotarv.,
.
"
Newfoundland
RE~rn~1BEl)
BEST
Services
in
PASSENGER NOT1CES
(Continued from page 3)
.10 flO
300 c· Wul Pele·
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6. 33 3~
SELECTED
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Morals,
Consul'
for
Portugal:.
Him.
1" Ac.d Ur
11\\
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10 13~ 63S
SERVICE VIA PORT AUX
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. In 11 "II .
M. MQrCUK, Consul for Francc: Mr.
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t:I
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5100 Cop Corp.
BASQUES TODAY
19
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29\i 21 21
SMI Cop M.n
Geo. Chalker, Pres'; Kiwanis Club;
26 23 :13
,.. 10, Cool
31 n 31
toGO COurnor
Train "The Caribou" 'leavln~
21
24
21
when
you
buy
from
,. A....m
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2210 Crolnor
Mr. lilac Mercer, Pres. Lions Club:
st. John's 5 p.m. to·day, Tuesday
sa a 36
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39
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23
.
201i
23
IIIr. Don MacLeod, Pres. ~insmcn
will make connection at Pori
111. Ala Ltduc
118
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35
34
54
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137 134 m
.. moo D.rall1>n
'\ aUK Basques with S.S. Baccaiioeu
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Mr.
Harry
Cowan,
1st
Pres,
90
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103 lOS 105
. on South Coast Service,
~ Apex
m 1\\ II' mO.Do
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of the SI. John's Rotary Club: Mr.
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Governor General of Canada: Mr.
189 lIS m
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.........
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Edmund Butler, Ass!. Secretary
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1. . 10.. Roul·.
157 162 167
2000 D A.beolol
4.
42
42
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7000 Do •• ldl
1951 Vangucord ........ 750.00! connection at Lewlsporte with
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17 .7 17
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• 211222
74
72
73
200 00 \ I\1.V. Clar.enville for Notre Dam.
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Ing Massachusetts More than 60 Iron lungs arc in me nt the hospital. ler, Dr. Cluney Macpherson, Ger· \ as Communists· or Communists
Basques will sail from Dock Coas·
1!1011 Blbla
II 10" I'
930) Goldalt
. 20
18 191>
1101 B.,·..,.
I
&2
5
7000 Golder••t
tal "'harf 5 p.m, Friday, ·August
aid Winter, Harry Renouf, George
.
Sympathizers.·
60
52 55
LeMARCHANT
ROAD
10 BeJeh..
~2
~
52
30lA GoldU_ld •.
3J) 370 380
26th.
Soper,
John'
R.
Parsons,
Stan
fZ3 8leNlrt
J33 320 m
7170 Gold Man
2 5· 21
24
m Bleroft
m 320 325
moo Goldhlwk
'PHONE 3487 or 4916
13 II 1211
CONNECTION ST. JOHN"
N.w
Good·wln, Lewis Ayrc,·Denis Mon·
r U$OO Bldcood
101\ 10
101. 23500 Goldor.
34
33\\
4SOoI BI... B
170 IS 159
~~J Gra B.ulq
roe, Eric Cook, Jim Harvey, AI·
Il~O Noriold
32
3
31
.
:1ug22,51
LEWISPORTE SERVICE
II
m.
II
4100 81ue R10
220 210 220
3000 Grandin.. .
2.Ieu Norlarl
12
II
12
790 7~0 770
ISItJO Bob..
Jl
50 53
3100 Grandu •.
bert Driscoll, R. G. Winter, Herb·
AND' GREEN BAY SER·
2.193 No,mtl
71.1 liD 72~
DANGEROUS
CAVE
22!l22
2m
MOO 8.nvl.
·13
131\ 131\
1BO Gr Plain•.
3UlU
Norpoc
61
57
58
31U
53
310
crt
Outerbridge,
Robert
Leith,
Jr.,
VICE THURSDAY
3500 B...cad
3l 3l 35
4165 JR S....I U
1000 N C 011
m 40 460
123 110 lIS
:1000 8ordula~
II ll" 14\\ 4300 Gulch
21'~
N
Inc
1m
II
12'
1
,
Canning.
A,
C.
Jerrctt,
of
John
Train
lcaving St. John'. 8,45
19 17 17
a.oo BOl'mar
9
I;' 9
6Ztlo Gull 1... d
lOCI Nor T,lo
W. 91~ 9\~
1CO 65 680
p.m.
ThUtl'sday.
Aug. 25th., wili
SI.
John's,
and
Dr,
G
•.
J,
Wherrett
liD Bralor..
300 295 300
720 Do 11'1.
~o~ Nor Cnn
5:1
12
5.1
22 2021
:1200 Brtlund
190 5181 17 11100 Ilwlllim
make connection at Lewisporl.
Nuduln,n
77 U 77
. 1m 13 141\ 4S1l0
o[
Ottawa;
Frank
McDermott
of
In
the
matter
of
the
Will
and
liD Br.lor.1
300 293 300
4260 Gun•• r
3100 Obuk.
10
9
10
18
75\. 76
3UO IIrtlund
19i1 175 112
300 Har Min
Estate of William Drover, la,!e with S.S. Glencoe for regular
7300 on Sol
B\1 m 8:,
Ontario, E. C. Freeman o[ London,
23·2222
!1500 8,IIai
:m m:199
4100 110 ..,.
10~J
at.
R
....
~I
122
120
12'
141i III, 14\. 2000 Okalta
of
SI. John's in the Province or ports to St, John's. M.V. Cod·
1700 8 R••, •
150 US ISO
UlOO 11 of 1••10..
K. W. Jamieson of Montrcal and
163 160 13
128 112 119
Newfoundland,
Lumber Dealer, roy for Green Bay Service.
IOI.'J Rrunhu,sl
9
8\, 9
GNOO Headway
31 30 ~I .
01> 91, 91, 5"J Ill •• ,)·
Stewart McLaren o[ Sbawinigan
:a Brunlman
11
11
II
4203 Henth
1l!l0
Omnltr.n
4'.; 41~ m
deceased,
IB
1m
IS
lDIOI Brun.ton
:1
2.1 23
1300 III C,est
10/0 OPOInI"k.
6U.7 60:' ·9l
Falls.
73 71 75
FREIGHT NOTICES
IIl3 8ru•• wlck
II
13 ll'
2m 111 Ben
1010 Opem Ik.
9. 68.l 69l
All p~rsOr1S claiming to be credit·
23 .23 23
lJot 8ur~I.,
6l
63
U
lOll Hollln,or
5WI
OronRd.
m.
1'
.
.
17
I
0
9~il
Ea
5lOII Bul.d.n
~
9
P
100 1I0me
ors of or who have any claims or
S303 O.I.ko
3J
10 3D
10 9 10
demands upon or afiecting the FREIGHT SOUTH COAST SER.
~1OO Bul Cdn
11> I. I
700 lion, e
2:' Pnc Cny
10) 100 100
16'.• 10 16
2000 Buf RI
'''' t.~ 91. 3l~O 110m.' \'k
lISaJ
Pac
~:all
21
2)
2lI
Estate. of William Qro\'er. late of
VICE 5,5, BAR HAVEN
Ttl
7&0
73
0
:000 Bundo~
1m 13\, 13\. 27CO 1I0yie
17.1 Pac ]Ictc
lU~;' lll~' ll,;~~
at~
8
8
st. John's aforesaid Lumber Deal· Freight for regular pc.ts Soulh
,100 Bunk III
lSI. IS Ii • 15\i
4000 Ill' Chari
5:1;) Pan W.tl
29
2~
2J
61!4
6\11,;
100) I'",anl"~
• U\, 9\'0 9\;
The Reverend·R. R. Babb, Rec·
410 Cal Ed
m 15 16
560 lIud Ba y
~r. rire requested to send Coast Service per S.S, Bar Ha\'~n
BI Rr.~i MI. 91Q;1 Pnrb,o
12\00 C.lln
37 33\~ 31
289 Inll Nlokel
19
18
IU
particulars
o[ their claim in writ· accepted at Dock Coaslal Shed
29
27
23
490;'
Pude.
110
m
ItA
tor
o[
St.
Mary's
Church,
leaves
to·
sao Cah'or
I 1 6 IS
3000 Hu P.n,
2m 2m 21 9323 Palh!dr
ing, duly at!ested,/to the under· until noon Thursday, Aug. 25th.
1::23 e.h· enn'
613 ~S IS
373 Inti Pele
n3
BJ
81
•
21.1J
l'aYnla.lcr
."
3.;
".j
By
Alma
Sioux
Scarberry'
day
to
attend
the
General
Synod
Il
1m t3
171 Camp Chlb
13 13
131i 5000 Ja.1I WI
signed Exccutor on or before the'
.
17 13 16
4nlU Can ~Icl
21 217 2.15 2&1900 J.ek.Uu
7~~ ~:~;~~I
If..1 ~~ ~~\. Dollie Doofer nnd Gussie Goo!er o[the Church o[ England In Can·
28th day o[ September, A.D. 1955. FREIGHT LABRADOR SERVICI
53
49
49
JOO Clmp RI
715 740 710
IIOJ Jaoule\
1810 P.ruv 0
23.\ 211 27 \\'~re having a wonferlul adventure I ada which is to be held at Edmon·
I~
III .lll
after which date the Executor will TO GOOSE BAY THURSD.6.Y
1000 Cdn Ad 011
51 51 51
3eo Ja.per
~O
40 40
m Cd. A.I
Q
13 43
:Il31 Jayo
proceed to distribute the said
Freight for regular ports L3b.
~f~rolrow
I~~ I~l l~lvJ 'I'hey. had bcen invited to spe?d I ton' [rom Aug. 30 to Sepl. 9, While
22 22 22
'!Ill Cdn A.I
41 43 13
1.1300 Joburko
10'
~~~ 10
Estate having re~ard only to the rador Service to Goose Bay per
loa l'lono..
186 m 185 the night on the Moofer farm WIth
313 Cd. 1111 011
GOO 510 600
9O:xJ JollleOl
2!!100 I'llch 0
27 2ll> 27 their good friend six.year.old 1>101. all tile mnmland he will also .attend
77 75 77
21000 C Br Emp
71 72 72
OS30 Jonet
claims o.f which it sball then have I S.S. Kyle accepted Dock Coaslll
63 50 51
liW C Colli..
10'. 10\1 Ie]; moo Jonsmlth
i~~~
l:~~~~~
0
3~;
~~ 5~l lie 1I100fer, It was to be the first tile Conference and Reumon of
233 23) 230
haDd ntodhce · St T h ' II' 19th d . Shed Thursday, August 25th., a
1703 C Dee.1 lI'arr
23 23 23
200 upltc.
131, 131, 13
2G03 Pronl, Ut
ID lOll 101. night Dollie had ever spent away the Clerical Alumni o[ the Uni·
t . ,0 n s 115
a ea
3) a m to 5 p m
:.\00 C IlC\· I'
WI 190 193
10000 K.nvl.
fBi
17H
n~4
$CO C 1I0m.ld
• 213 2113 213
360 K." I\dd
of AuclIst. A.D. 1911a
, . .
. ,
~:~ P,~.\I~~
~~ ;~~ from h'er lathcr and mother. She versity of Trinity college, Toronto,
14
13
14
l d C ~I:tharl
':)0
50
~O
~lOO Keyboycan
TilE nOY.\L TRCST COMPANY. ,FREIGHT ST. JOHN'S CORNU
70 1 0 70
5eaa
Pllld)' ~I
~~i
3~~
3B
was
very
excited.
.
Ooolie·Goolie
)!rs.
Babb
will
accompany
him
as
. 100033.C 0 Ind 0
~1
90
S2
·1\110 I\cymel
31 3S 30
Executor.
, BROOK SERVICE RAILWAY
13~ C Pctro Pr
:S
26 26
1000 K' lIud
P!, 9\, 9" hnd also been invited,. of course. far as Toronlo, where she will be
37\; 37\. 3m i~~~ ~~: i~~ .
Iml c r I. Pele
213 283 290
ISOO K Lake
Bank
01
:I!ontreal
Building,
FREIGHT SHED WEDN'i:5·
2l
17
171.
·2).1 C II'Ill"t
3:lJ 003 303
11l0) l,rt.l1n.
:~~~ ~uoL~I~;'
1:'814 Il~\i IW' He leap~d nround and got acq~a. spending thrce weeks with her
m 126 126
Wa~cr S~rcet,
I
DAY AND UP TO NOON
SOC Cln.., I'
201 :00 20,1
300 Kro)' 011
ItO m m inled With the an!mals and bird sister Mrs. Donald Whiteway. In
17 7 I
m 352.1 Q ~let.1
ill ean,a Nat G
135 127 127
380 Labrador
SI. John s.
THURSDAY
17 161i 17
11.1 C.... on
2.1.\ 23 25
353 I.•brad.r .
1m Qu. )llcko
21~ 23D 2l and hnd a grand lime.
'
aug23.30scpfi,13
Freight for regular poinl~ st. '
,21l
2ea
m
2\1 c...I..
93 9l 93
2121 I. Cinch
I~~~
~~~~~~~~n
20261/9i:~.I~;6
It
was
after
supper.
Ail
I.hc
the
~bsenee
o[
the
Rcctor
of
.SI.
2~'
210 m
1100 l'rnl t:xpl
)1~ .\30
510
11730 L nunt
John's COrDer Brook Sen'ice for ..
li050 n.d'.oro
203 m 195 farm chores had ll'~en rlone. 'fhe ~[ary s, thc needs of the Parish
13 a
IS
bSlJ l'cnl Ltd
131 110 191
1300 L Lln~
fOI'Warding via Corner Brook and
2~
28
28
~":) Celli 1'0. c
I 1m Wo"
~oo L o.u
i~oR~~~~k
2~~ 2~ .~~ Ihrec. small girls ran of[ to pIa)'. will be looked after by the Rev·
361 ~63 55.
:Ill» Chtl~lr~
B'"
II.
200 I. Sh.ro
S.S. !\orthcrD Ranger accepted
21 23 23
37DO Rc"pa r
.'1 :.7 S1
11100110 :I!oofcr was showing them erend Canon Stirling and the
~ (:11.n,
IL
.~
~60
10
2000 L Wal.
Railway Freight Shed tomorrolrj
275 m 273
400J L'l1 .... bln
'35.u 3J
200 I.. I.u.
I~~~R~.!'~i!n<rn
the entrnnce to the big, m)·ster· Rcmcnd R. T. Mercer.
3~
3.0 360
Wednesday up to 5 p.m. anrl' 1
200.::Chlb I\.yrand
62 6~ 60
:00 Lamaquc
81 80 W
4033110ckwln
8l 80 BI\ iOllS cave. Her fnther had warned
Hon. E. S. Spencer, Minister of
fln3 Csh·..
.1 13.
~OJ 1•• lt.h
Thursday, Aug. 25th., II '.m. to
11
II
H
7e) l'll.1\ 0
lIZ It: 182
3000 Lt ••1
700
Roche
2·
22
22
I
t
"
d
Th
Irll
Rod;lI'ln
sj
80
81
ler
never
0
go
InSI
c,
ere
Puhlie
Works, is presently visiting
3~
31
34
noon.
;I
Il.', C.nlr.m~
9
8'.. 9
8200 !.exlndln
2)0 230 210
'I!) Chlb /:'rl
I:~
11 120
3210 L Pete
810J
Rownn
121,.
2\. 22, migh.t be a cave;in. But, as usual, his district o[ Grand Falls.
19 163 169
113 Cl,lb ".,.rd
2 . 0 . ~3l0 L L Lac
Iii" IiI" I~~··· Gussie G.ooler d!d not listcn. Sud·
m'm 7\i 11~ ~:K'~~~
9931 (.'11110.
tt3 138 113
1003 Lorn.... •
10 '.
10
300~
Snnd
R
W.o. ~
5\, denly, \\'Ith a 1I'1Id shout, she das·
Chrom
313 300 300
:000 L I Pelc
LONDON (Reutersl-Sir Winston
m 17$ 192
130) t::, Lar
01. 911 91. 33145 Lorad.
JI
33
33
3~~ ~~~~~~~ n
~~
hed into thc big hole.
Churchill is planning a month's Lovley "lilac" embroidery at the
a:l Cobnlt
107 103 IDJ
1900 Lou.·.rt
235 225 230
lo::J Coin L·
13 13 13
21000 Lyndh.1
530 Sccur }'
200 281 283
Gu.sie and Dollie called to her 10 vacation In the south of France neckline o[ this gracefui style 2e. 100 19~
I::d.lr,"
~7
n P7
2200 )I.cn ...
103~ SlIerritt
975.] 950226 021~ come out. Th~y were very irigh· beginning next month, Final ar· so flattering to the half·size figure!
103 101103
I~ Colom
I 9 8' IS •i
. 1703 lIIacl.n .
leo Silanoo
66'.1' I
i
::l'.1 Colo",
9
8\, '81~ 2386' l\tackeno
mo
511 Mlr'
IOl 103 lUI• tened, Gussie hollered and \\'ho· rangements have not yet been com· SeW two sleeve versions - short
19 1!!i 1m
a:DlO ~o.l.r. N
370 3:1 370'
1)l11 lIIaefl.
~~:~~
~~
~~
~~
oped
inside
the
cave.
~he
yelled,
10 135 160
pl~t\!d, but the former prime min· or smartly capped,
.uoo Conlo
40 39 39
1700 lIIa.loo,1
215 239 217
%J9) C ntllek
31 33 33
3300 Madl.n .
. lOOOS.ulh lin 0
70 70 10 "Come on! Don't be scaredy·cats. ister and his wife are expected to
Patt~rn 726B: Half Sizes 14l~,
13·13 13
!WI? C Donia
lUI, 10 10\, 4000 Marn.1
~~~ ~r..I~~~
l~ l~"
0kho .. oo ! It's kinoa dark and spo· leave London about the middle of 16~2, 18 t; ., 20\'1, 22"2. 2·jlh. Tissue 3ee, hear, and play the heautiful
190 190 190
11;lO CAlIenb
19 IS 13
3700 ~IRlartl.
38
33 31
;.tW C Denl.
101> 10 101, ~oo )1 .....1 Ur
93175 Roell
11 131. 1l1. 07, Hurry up!"
September. They will probably stay pattern, transfers. State size.
Portug31 Cove Road
ORGANS and PIANOS
11\; 11 11 0203
E C. CDlnov
310 371 375
2613 MaralllO
32 23l 7
Ooolie·Goofie harred Ihe hole at the Cap d' Ail, a Villa near Nice
Send TWENTY.FIVE CENTS In
New Sub-Division
12 12~, 1m 6SGGStunoon
6:;& C Dror
::a 38 38
500 !llarou.
Sud Cont
1'1
18 610.
18 door to the cave. He looked vcry belonging to Lord B'~averbrook, ellins for this pattern (stamps can·
32 32 32
we now have on displayl
:1:30 C .:a.t Cr
I . 0 0 . 4100 Morl80ld
1230sullh"0
83 610
BUILDING LOT!' FOR SALE
210
.220
225
lUI C .·.nlm
19 II 161
7150 Morttlme
Surl In
II 10 JII. worried and uncel·lain. He wan· where Churchill has vacationed be· not be accepted) to ST. JOliN'S
AND TO LEAS'l5
A. L. COLLIS & SON
41 ~6 ~I lIG01l
om Con Gil
17
'0' D •
lJOI» Sylvanite
10 lU ll!i
• •
75ft x 200ft
1e:!l C lIonl"' . '
·'111 3117 37
•••
78 7 7
DAILY NEWS, 110 use b 0 hI Arts _ _ _ _~------3m ','onoloell'
12 11 I~ tet! lo go inSide
and bring Gussie fore •
6.\0 Do ..II wt.
WOoS
I .12
13
311a l'on lIow
Il~
170 470
19U00 Martin
3330
T.ck
H
lOl'
3()()
300
out.
but
he
was
afraid
to
leave
Dept.
60
FROST
STREE'f,
WEST,
.
. 15 63 U
4210 Con )Iorben
69
63 6
toO Malalehcw
IBI 17G IM\
711 con )1M.c
300 281 290
183 lMaybrun
I~~~~ ~!Ct~'n~!
~:~ ~~ ~~: Dollie and Mollie. alon~. The frightened just Inside the cave hole WEST, TORONTO, ONT. Print GET THE FACTS! Write Inler. Here Is the oPllorlunlty you have .
II 83 83
It3) C )Iorrt.
2! 23 21
2M Mclnlyre
pia in 1 y NMIE, ADDRESS,· .natioDal
Co.rrespondence
been wallin.: for. With a small
J9l0
Tomblll
35 30 31 smal! girls pleader1 wilh Gussie to
41
43
~3
'Il10 C ll.sh
103 100 1011
2003 Mckonzle
she jumped up and down and hoi· PATTERN NUIIIBER, SIZE,
down nayment you can now start
SchGols. Canadmn Ltd., 209
22 20 20
7gg i~!~\mp
Ws
I{~
listen - but she just laughed and
IOU Con Xe.
53 48 51
10160 Mcmar
lint new home which you han
Icr~d:
27 21 27
ORDE
Rour
1955
Alice
Brooks
Argyle
St.,
Sydney.
N.S
.
t!!OO Con Xkh
~2
3. 3B
~oo ~Icwatt
61Q;1 Trans Era
30s 28 33 yelled.
100 90 90
10210
C
Xorthld
15
61·
70
2'00
'I
to N
.lways
"een dl'caming of.
"Come
on!
Let's
go
'lI'ay
In.
·
_.:..fc;..,b..,:3.-eo-d.:..,tf-.-----:1l3)0 Con Orb.
161m
. . .lIIerrtll
en r
164 115 175
22~i~ ~~:~~s R..
~~
i~' At last Mollie said, almost in r bet there's treasurc. It's a ole Needlecra ft CaIaIogue. E nJoy
• ,.. lOOL
on
13300
Located ln one of the beau"
180 86.1 IBO
l30I Con POlk
13' 'I, 13
300 M.r Pel.
215
Trl.d
50
610
610
lears.
"We
just
havc
to
go
Inside
spots on the Portugal Cove Road
THE B'EST IN T,V. SETS:
38
S4
sa
3511 C Rod Pop
18
77 7S
370i10 M.elo Ur
pirate cave - filled wilh gold and pages and pages of exciting
IU 91 IDS
m~ N ~~:!~fo.
B1l i'oo ~~3 0 a little bit •• and ~et Gllssie, Il's jools."
1000 C Sanrm
1& 17 17
63000 Mld ..n
new designs - knitting, crochet,
only a short distance from the
410 ~ $6 45
~'»l Con Sctb1
SOil sao 500
AlOO Mldw.,ln
G.E.
ADMIRAL
400 U Keno
m m 7.\; vcry dang·~ro\ls. My [ather says
City. thc new sub·divil.lon known
embroidery,
iron·ons,
toys
and
nov·
2
2
2
200 ~\Ill CII)'
Suddenly there WRS a loud roar.
R,C,A.
CROSLEY
ar Penclnnl!uishene Is In the ~
70 67 67
~: Bn~~n~"Ub
1~~ 1~~ I~~ 50, I don't. wa~t Gussie 10 get The hole at the cave '~ntranee was elties! Send.2.'i cents for your copy
100 Mlnd.nlo.
211. 21\\ 2m 1200 Up Can I
124l ~lIn Corp
c').lter of ~. growinJ,; community .
IAJ
101
I~I
hurt."
Dolhe
~a\(l
[earfully,
"all
o!
this
wonderful
book
noW.
You
2J~
213 2fll
19~0 MOJUI
lilting wilh dirt and rocks. The
JOHN
CLOUSTON
LTD,
So
if you arc interested in secur· ;.
Jooo'
v"al."ou"rol
~\\
RI,
8\,
right,
Mollie.
[
..
I'll
go.
We'll
liD
100
103
Im~ Moret.
,
children screamed, Gussie screa· will want to order eV'~ry design in IIg:!.1.24,25.26.2930.31.scP 1.2
I
ng
one of these lots to build on ;
l.
~~
~I
I'd
Ih
I
I
.
I'
I
231· m 231
1200 Multi M
1738 Venlur..
37\, 3!i ,m go n;1 e e 10 e " Just a Itt e med loudest of all,
it!
193 IBl 195
.~-in the, slJring, It would be wile
1301 Nam. Ck
31BG
\'Iolam,c
m
28Q
2~l
with
Ooorie."
. 101 9l 100
~0100 N.t E"I'I
for you to do so Immediately a! ,
11Ul3 "ul
•• n
II
M (I
~I
m I.l 113
300 N rete
%0100
Wetdon
~I 37
The littic girls held hands and
the remaining lots are gOiDg fa~t. I
13l 131 III
62:10 Nu L,II
3D 2.) 2
~l~~ ~~ :;~..
71~ 71~ 7g walked into the· hole fearfully.
For further Information contae! I
16930 N fll",
103 9J 100
ID21 New IIth•• o
4100 Wlll,oy
320 303 J~l Ooofi.~ stnycd ,"ery close heside
26 21 76
7100 N Rid
4800 Wlll,oy
~2~. 3nl, m,. them •• flrotesling by trying 0
112 13S 142
12Sl0 N Briliol
2.10 211 2.)0
2910 Wlndwr.rd
WIlt,CY
12..
12" lG
U.. pus I1 D0II'Ie bacIC WI'Ih hi 5 b'Ig
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10000 N Kol
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630 30 130 III Allto L. ...... . .. .. .... .. 4$"
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413 015 45
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5 59 62
5~00 Newlund
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,'FROM NEW YORK:
23' 16\\ 19 BANKS
1000 N ~Ifl.mlq••
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57~'
and
19 I 16
8000 NewlIor
100 Monlr_al
mi 4910 491,\ Gt Nor Oy ...................... 4m
Fort Hamilton .... Aug. 30
I
IIl1lt1O New Non
8.'
N Scella
1
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Kennecott........ ....
121
'Wort Avalon ..... Sept. 8
27 27 27
150 N Mind Soot
710 ComntrrCI!
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13 13 13
21).\0 N lloU)n
"tFor~ Avalon ...... Oct. 6
l:! lmperlill
SHi 51
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.. .......... 1."" "GI,~
11
II
II
500 N lIy,n L
5.5 RO),i
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46~~
II 10 10 INDI:STRIALS
3500 N S.uIlI
Slandard all N.J ................ 13m
FROM ST JOHN. N.B.I
213 210' 21
3200 N SUpor
2279 C Brew
31 30lk 3m U. Alm·nlt ...................... 751.
'tFort Avalon ...... Sept, 15
33 30 33
1$00 N TlkU
785 D Maa:
26\~ 25 2~H VanadIum ................. " •••••• 38H.
81i 8~ Iii
22SOO N Yol
etFort Avalon ...... Oct, 8
2.175 D _SI.ol
107 1m 101, IV U Tel ... .... .... .... .... .. .. 2211
9100 Nick II
12.1. . IJ6 . 118
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'Vcltlnnhouse ........ "'" ,'•••
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Am!rican
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FR~)M HAL IFAXI
Talal ..Ie. 4.301.000 share..
III ZI nc .......... ' .............. 12!1
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0tFort Avalon ••••• Aug. 23
Fort Hamilton .... Sept, 3
CLOTHES make .the man if CHAFE
'yFort Avalon ..... Sept, 19
EASY
Fort Hamilton .... Sept. 27
makes the clothes
Fort HamllIon ..... Oct. 5
PAYMENT PLAN
.·j·Fort Avalon ...... Oct; 11
'I'1I.OltTO ctOI'NO ITOCIl.
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111.
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Limited
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BUILDING MATERIALS
to
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.WM. L. CHAFE, Tailor
SAILINGS
ROM
r
TO CORNlte BROOK,
'tFor~ Avalon ." ••• Aug.
'tFort AvaloJ.l ..... Sept.
'tFort Avalon ...... Od.
. TO HALIFAX
Fort Hamilton ... Sept.
Fort Hamilton .... Oct.
Fort Hamilton .... Oct.
TO NE\I. YORK,
°tFort Avalon ••••• Au!!.
,efFort Avalon ; ... Sept.
Fort:Hamll:on .... Oct.
iFort Avalon .... Oct.
HOLDC;WORTH ST ..
--------------------~'~---------
MONTHLY TERMS.
. NO MONEY· DOWN.
27
23
15
7
1
10
27 .
23
10
15
V....I' wlllc.1I Nowfound·
lond Outportl '1 InduCi
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• 'Call.. (;orner Brook after
Sl John'i.
uAceepli
refrlgeriUon
. earJlo.
FOR
HOME OWNERS
New adcJr&ss: 4
ST, JOHN"S
.
UP TO. 5.YEARS .
TO PAY (HOME
IMPROVEMENTS).
'LABOR DAY
SEE US NOW
HOLIDAY
...
LOW WEEK·END FARES' .
Good going from Noon,
~'rlday,
until 2 p.m. Sunday. Return
lourney· tD commence nol latwo
than MIdnight, Monday. ...
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.
RIDS· RELAXED
ARRIVE REFRESHED
Full hirormailoll .•ro';'
an,. C.N;R.
Area'
45 R. P. M,
CEDAR
RECORDS BY
and'
SAMMY DAVIS, Jr,
JONI JAMES
PATTI PAGE
. EARL BOSTIC
EARL GARNER
JAZZ STUDIO
. THEME MUSIC
... FROM "WILD ONE"
SPRUCE
CLAPBOARD
I
ALL SIZES AND
GRADES IN STOCK.
BEST QUALITY.
'-
GINIRAL AGINTS
.
.
Harvey IrC • .; Ltd DI.12151
W. G,
DI.I SI9I
"'Mr. . .
'FURNESS
.
SHAW ST.
wiTHY
.;
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DIAL 80291
.BUILDING MATERI~LS DIVISION
& Co.. LTD.·
Ntw V.rk
. M,ntr•• I·
,Hlllf..
.
ASK FOR
CATALOG· AND
PRICE· LIST
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1953
1953
1953
1947
1952
1953
1950
1952
1951
1950
1953
1953
1953
1953
1952
CHEVROL1:T.. .. ..165I1.GO
VAUXHALL..
.. 885.00
VANGUARD..
..1300.00
PONTIAC.. ..
.. 500.00
METEOR.. .. .. ..1300,00
CONSUL . . . . . . . . 1100,00
VANGUARD . . . . . . 550.00
HILLMAN ........ 100.00
OLDSMOBILE
•• 1100.00
PONTIAC.. ••
., 6OO.GO
FORD.. ....
..1S50.GO
METEOR....
.. 1600.00
STUDEBAKER ••.•• 14011.00
METEOR ..... ': ... 1450.00
BUICK .. " .... ' .. 1100.00
Munn .Motors Ltd.
BENNETl.AVE.
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THE DAilY NEWS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23,1955
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day.
['on
hieu
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1.45
nake
with
NEAL'S
Wanted
Immediately!
lame
UVlSTOCK. MARK.! T·
SEMI-FINALS
VS.
Apply in penon
H'
NFlU. TRACTOR &, EQUIPMENT. CO. ltD.
Ig on
1. lUll
COl.·
•ugust
E
.. wiU
mainder in Newfoundland Labrador•
Apply
cgubr
• Cod·
t.
:11:19.20.22.23
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r
Intermediate Room-Grades 5,
Salary supplement
~
6, 7,
Publisbed By
·Authority
LET
studio or doctor's suit.. Including. exc.n.nt
living accommodations.
Apply
Browne, Renouf & Mercer
SOLICITORS
FOR SALE
•
CLEVELAND FOLDER
I be wise
•
RICHA~DS MULTIFORM ELECTROMATIC
Constantine
Canadian. Services ,
WITHOUT TRANSHIPMENT
Hamilton ...................... August 29th
Toronto .......................... A\lgust 31st
Montreal ................... ,S.ptember. 3rd
,Arrives St. John's September 8th.
MIV "TEESWOOD"
'.... 14so..
.... 1100.00
LYE.
3361
PRINCESS ORCHESTRA
Thursday, August 25th
FREIGHT
Admission
Hamiltin ............ " .... s.pt.mber
a
9th
2Qth.
Gladys tciking
FREIGHT
WEDNESDAY for points
Wesleyville to Cook's Hr.
Winners please, contact
5880H'
Dial 5171
\Murray Agei1~les Transport
Co. Ltd., ·Agents
'PHONE 2031·2-3
A.
P. JAMIESON,
Special Traffic. Representative
WRESTLING
FIRST APPEARANCE OF LADY WRESTLERS
ag23.24
WANTED to rent {or a family
of three adults a seIC·conlaincd
unfurnished apartment consist·
ing of fom' rooms and bath·
room. Dial 6769·H.
..
IN NEWFOUNDLAND
WANTE·D
MAIN
BEAUTICIAN
Boarder
Alberta
MONA RYAN'S
Can Iccommodate one G.entleman
BEAUTY SALON
Boarder in private home If will·
ing to slwrc room. Apply 255
'Hamilton Avenue or Dial 3567L. T;A. Building Dial 5477
- - - - - - - - - agO.eod,t!
.
,
Apartment Wanted
Musical Instruments
GIBSON GUITARS - Horner
•• Button Stop Accordeons and
Harmonicas, Richmond Saxophones. Boosey Clarlnets,Charles Hutton & Sons. P.O .
vs.
HILDA BURKE
Hollywood
WANTED
Ame'rican Officer and family like
a two or three bedroom unfurnlsh·
ed Apartment or House. Durlnl!
duty hours 'Phone Pepperrell
6147.
Referee:" ,
SALESMAN
TOM DUNNE
One travelling North far as
While Bay to take line Wholesale Groceries, Provisions and
Hard~ware for St; John's firm •.
~~!Oi~!' R'llIur~. -A-D-D-'~25-.
-to-$-4-0~-to-'f-our-w-ee-k-. :=.========~
I Buildings DIvision and copics obly incomt!,' aelllng quality cos..
W u 1d you
tallied on deposit of ~25 with the
I
TH·. N .IIcrease
It e to In·
you r
0
ALMA MILLS
PRELIMINARIES,
BRl!CE FOGW,ILL vs. KEN WHITE
BILL FOGWELL vs. RUDY PARSONS
Referee: MIKE DILLION
Tickets ·at Stadium and The Ring,ide Tavern.
STADIUM
Wednesday, Aug. 24th, 8.30 p.m.
.ldmission:
..
:
,.
..
75t: - 1.00 .... J.SO -- 2.00
~~~~~~~;;~;;~~;;;;;;~~~~~
"Direct Without
Trans~ipment
Mlv
"DUNDEE"
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',Loading at Hamilton.... .... .... .. .. August 29th:
Loading at Toronto.... .... .... .. .. August 30th· i
Loa'ding at MontreaL.. .... .:.,September 2nd'
, i!
.
M/V IIPERTH"
Loading at Hamilton ............ September 9th
Loading at Toronto .............,.. September 10th'
Loading at MontreaL ........... September 13th, i
~
. FAST - FREQUENT- REC:iULAR;·
i,
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.
.
I
Revenue Clerk of the Department.
ORDEII :.
This sum ·wllI be refurned if the
1. In' accordance' with tbe~l~f~EX,Wf~~ ff{elo~f:l~~:
.
.. .
:!~~~. t~~~· plims and specifications are return~
provisions of the' Regulattons ._ _.....
' ';,;.. ....;..;..'_ _ _ _ _
I pounds or more?, At last the
ed' and a reasonable tender Is made.
made on the 4th da, of July,I945;
way has ·becn foun'll •. Write
. The Depar!ment does not bind
I do' hereby .prescribe : the 20th
. , Taxi
for free Information (enclosltielf to accept the lowest or any
Ji
b
'
IniC British Postal Order 2
ttl der
ul)' of Septem er, 11l!!5, liS the RICKEY'S TAXI leaving Ter·
.Sh1lllngs) on buUdlng new
~, . • R. MANNJNG,
date before whicH no person shan
ren'Cevllle Wednesdays, St.
flesh on the· starved body ,
'. Deputy Minister•.
pick lingon. berrlCll (commonly John's on 'l'Itursdaya.· CC'lnnect·
AOTIVlTIE· S, KlN'G'S'WA·Y•. Department of Pllblic .works, .
known as partridge berries) In any IMn gr•. wHllt~ke~al!t b~~~re~~~Sill!
.,
St. .John'., ' ..
.
electoral district In Newfound· or dlal'421()'F at st John's, , ' -_
~3~;~::~tf~elhl.9,'
Indlll;
.....
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__
_1 Au~ust 22nd, 1955.
land.
j~29.1m
,
BOUT
ALMA MILLS
AN EXPERIENCED
:m~4:~,~4
Published By
melic! and medicines In your
surroundings. Interesting com·
9 to J a.m.
----------------~
PUBLIC NOTICE
•
75t:
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Au~hority'
MIV "AVONWOOD"
....
1600.:·
.... 1400.
Featuring the
Mlnl.'.r :,.
For further' p.articulars apply
DIAL 2177·8·9
.... IDO..
COOL - ROOMY - COMFORTABLE
Food Served.
Montreal ................ S.pt.mb'.r 15th
MASTER ETCHER, TYPE .AX.
llr16.tf
....1100..
.... 600••
•••• 1550••
CLUB OPEN 2 P.M.
Toronto ........ ~ ..... ~" ... Sept.mrtJ. 12th
PLATE MORTISER.
Arrives St. John's S,pNmber
Children will not be cidmitted to stands unleSi
aecomp~nied by guardian.
'
Enjoy DANCING on·the Largest Dance Floor
FURNESS WITHY INSUR·
Write
. ANCE Department offering
P.O.
BOX
53D,
ST. JOHN'S.
dependable insurance-Automobile. Fire, Burglary. Plate
Dry ~leaning
Glass,
Tourist Baggage;
Transportation. Travel Accl·
CRAFT CLEANERS LTD~
dent, Liability. Phone 2073.
where the charm of newness
Is restored: Dial 6985. 14
ROBE~T DAVIE & SON, Fir.
Hamilton Street.
and Automobile Insurance.
Be safe, be sure, Insure. Telephone 2882, P.O. Box 85
Royal Bank Chambers. 5t.
Barber Shop
John's.
------------------- THE
CENTRAL BARBER
. Contact STAN FOWLER, Rt·
SHOP.-Fast eWclent sanl·
nouf building, for Fire Autotary sm'Vlce. All modern
mobile Bnd Plate Glass Insur·
equipment. fiv~ barbers. The
ance. Claims promptly sett!·
least possible waiting. 24 New
cd. 'Phone 553l-P.O. Box
Gower Street. opp. Adelaide
Sealed Tenders for the construe·
63.
Motors Ltd.
my4.1m .
tion of the Electric Fountain to be
INSURANCE-Bowring Broth·
Miscellaneous
built In front of ~he House oC As·
I f Limited Insurance Depart·
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ sembly at St. John's, Newfound·
ment-Fire; Automobile, Mar·
Ine and all· Casualty lines. CASH PAID FORf Comics, land, will be received up to close
Telephone 3131.
magazines, ,pocket books,· of business on Tuesday, September
men's
elothes nnd footwear. 6th, 1055.
•
CONTACT A. E. HICKMAN
John D. Snow. 9 New Gower
Tenders are to be submitted In
Co. Ltd. Insurance Agents.
'Phones 4132·:J.4.5-6 P.O.B.
Street.
.
augll,lm
sealed envelopes addressed to the
984, for' your Insurance reIF YOUR roof, window. or Iny
undersigned with the words "Tend·
quirements.
'
·
.
other part of your house Is er {or Electric Fountain" wrlt:en
DEPENDABLE FIRE INSUR·
leaky. don't stop and wonder across tile {ace of the envelope.
ANCE-Don't risk your valu·
what
do.to ItDial
5902 and
Tenders are to be accompanied
we wl1110sec
for you.
Gen.
abIes to ."save" a few dollars.
eral
Contractors.
my24,lm
by
an approved accepted cheque
Our falr·rate. reliable polley
for $250 as a surety that the tend·
gives Immediate protection.
'Phone 0921 or write J. J. FOUR grea.e ramps, two walh
crer wllI, If successful, carry out
rack to. serve you. Greasing, . the contract for the ~endered sum.
Under and, by virtue of the Lacey. P.O. Box 506. repl.t!
powers conferred by the regula. - - - - - , - - - - - '011 change and washing while- This deposit will be returned to
tlcns dealln:
T'lres .
u·walt.. Cars
called
and . unsuccessful
.
. .when the
.. with the picking. Dnd
deUvercd
for these
and{or
gcr."r'
tenderers
being In possession of lIngon ber·
a1. repalr~Terra
Nova S!ontraet Is awarded. The success·
rles (commonly called 'pllll'tridge NON·VULCANIZED RETREADS . Motors Ltd., rear Newfound· CuI tenderer will be expected to
sectional
or spot Ext
repairs).
berries) dat ed the fourth day of (no
Mud·grlp
designs.
r a I ' land Hotel •
deposit· further sums to bring ~e
th
d
I
11
h
July, .1045, and pub s e n e Special I Tubes $2.00 ea. Tlr'cs ALL WOOL MA ....TR'::SSES Ire' total of' his dcposl't up to lOr-!-I. of
Newfoundland . Gazette on. the • rebuilt on premises by Used
I,
. picked, re-covered:
springs the amou nt· of th'e accep ted·tend er,
tenth day of July, 1945, the fol·· (
Tire t
Sales. 86 Hamilton
St.
d
b
d
i
d
for the .
pro
t
ayes rew re; Inner to be held as securl·ty
lowing order has been made by
opposl e Purity Fac orles
spring mattresses recondition. per and satisfactory performance of
Ltd.)
agB,lm
me.
cd. Wrltc, Phone 3891. wire the contract.
.Dated at St. John's tbls 9th day
H. J. Keats, 16 Moun& Royal
: Plans and specifications may be
of AUlllst. 1955..
.
. ' Opp~rtunity
Avenue. .
.
Inspected at the office of tile
DIRE~
Children 5c
Schooner Norma and
2194
3423
'
Insurance
THE DAILY NEWS
.... :=
..
blueberries dntm' the 27th day of
•
.
August 1951 and published In the 'PERMANENT POSITION In
,
,
good Toronto home {or capable
Newfoundland Gazette on the mother's helper. Will finance
28th day of August, 1951, and all transportation.
Arthur H.
other powers enabling me In this Zaldln, 4 Albert Strei~, Toronlo .
behalt, I hereby make the
ontario."
Ing Orders:- .
aug20,22,23,24,25,26,27
Dated at St. ,Tohn's this 9th day
of August, 1955.
Coal
F. W. R.OWE,
Mlnlst'r of Mines .rid Resources. COAL ~1.00 per bag; Splits SOc
per bag' Junks 50c per bag. Day
and nlg'ht dell\'ery. Prompt ser·
ORDERS
vice. POWER'S COAL, East End.
1. These orders may be cited Dlal,2619L.
ag17,lm
as Blueberry Orders No. I, 1905.
2. No person shall pick blue·
. Venetian Blinds
berries for sal:l for export bc£OII'c ONLY COMPLETE BLIND
the 29th day of August, 1955.
Service. Manufacture. Laun·
dry Repair Work gUllll'anteed.
One day service. Free quota·
tlons, Kearneys Limited,
Manufacturers. 454 water St.
,
0., LTD.
•• ..1
.... 1100..
.... 550••
2161
of
Premises suitable for professional businesl,
•
,,;,.
Stadium
.
Dance
Crystal Palace
Avenue, which will "pen on
LAL PARSONS at
PONY MIEHLE FLAT BED . PRESS. '
•••• 1150.110
•• •• IIS.GO
.... 1300.01
School, Elizabeth
WINNING 'NUMBERS
•
OON
(
with the exception of the new
LIONS CLUB .
(one hundred
in the
.mmunlty
In lecur·
build on
diatdy a~
loing fast.
II contacl
.
I
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t..,'e
lD known
Tuesday Sept. 6th
Under and by vlll'lue of the ====================
=================== 3powers
conferred by Regulation
To Rent
the Regulations relating to
Wanted
you hnt
a small
now sian
, .
.,
,
has immediate openings for 2 ==================~.,
personable ladles to intCll'Vlew
Catholic Families and demon· r-------------~---­
strate the complete Catholic
Library. No previous experience
required; full training provided.
Excellent pay for successful
applicants. .
For appoIntment
.
. 'PHONE 4794-P
ag23.24
"OPERATION CODFISH"
SALE
of.
e beauty
O\'e Road
from the
.
•
and 8.
Amalgamated School Board
~TO
'
NOTE-Reser~e\f seats will be held for two' innings only.
••
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. rgamzatlOD
SCHOOL
Secretary,
Ag22,31 .
~ou
this ,Board will.reopenon
Admission 75t:·
For reservations call
Toll Operator
Apply A. OSMOND,·
Millertown
.
SERIES)
T:O'-NI,GHT at 5.45
Catho~c·
Monday, Sept. 19th
dollars) for school y.ar.
tene
~
$100.00
5
tn St. John's
First Grade preferred,_
".;;:5·
JON
ld
I
1 TEACHER, male or female. "
ORNEIl
LVI,. Y
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.
BOX 5 c/o Daily News
MIUERTOWNAMALGAMATED
FOR
:!Slh.. i
ints St.
I'ice for
ook and
Iccepted
morrow.
n. and
I.m. to
42 Head Choice
·Butchers'
Cattle'
lIt Young P~gs
WANTED
SER.
EN
I South
Haven
L Shed
· ~:ith.
RVICI
iDAY·
1S Lab·
ia~' per
Coast:.l
John's Roman, Catholic
Board of Education
All Catholic Schools under the jurisdiction of
of time spent in St. John's and. re·
isporte
CLUB
OUT
,r
..•
. CAPITALS vs. GRAND FALLS
11.30 a.m.
TELmPE MECHANIC
28. 60~~
st.
Today, Tue"day,
Fully experienceCl, esp.cially in types 19 and
.1.45
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WANTED'
~'s
R·
AUCTION
WESr.
WATER STREET,
a 23.25
s
(3
Children 5c
make
n for
BASEBALL
CLOSED
Grandstancl ... :JOc
General.. ..'25c
'
WEDDING
PARTY.
Ref"ree-DOUG BROWNE
Adjniss;on:
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ST. JOHN'S (HOLY CROSS)
with knowledg. of Machine Accounting.
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Ayre F.ield, TO-NIGHT at 7:00·
GANDER
Experienced Book-Keeper
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Nfld. 'Amateur Football .Assn.
The Newfoundland-Great Lakes ··
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THE DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY,AUGUST 23, 1955
Jamboree
MILLEY'S
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,Sorry we missed yesterday. The
CNR altered our schedule en route
10 enable u~ to reach the Jamboree .
earlier. This was all very Ii!le ex·
cept that, somewhere in Toronto
there are '156' hreakfasts still wait·
Ing to be eaten. With only a snack
for a breakfast, we didn't feel In
the mood to write .
Enter Sir Robert
At Montreal the celebrations
Anae/a Thirkell .... "" ....2.25
planned by the Ne~!oundlanders'
Association had to iie cancelled A Summer Night
.hecause there were oilly two min·
utes Instead of as many hours o[ a·
Alan Moorehead ........ 2.00
:top. During the short stop, Dr. Madame De Pompadour
Jackman, Messrs. Doherty, Farrell
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and Sutton came aboard the train'
ancy , It or ............2.75
to tell the boys ahout the. plans Officers and Gentlemen
they had laid but could not fulfill
Evelyn Waugh ........ ,.. 2:50
through no fault of their own.
Th T ff d h
There was a mild commotion
e 0 an t e
when our T.O. had to go ashore to Deep Blue Sea
get 8 ticket adjusted. He took his
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briefcase with him' and In It were
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reasey .............. •
all the tickets [or everyone in the Leaven of Malice
contingent. The conductor was on
Robertson DaHes ..........3,50
the hand of giving his engineer Simon Peter
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the signal when·our P.R.O, stepped
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ashore to ask him If he was In· The Fisherman ,~
terested In collecting 158 tickets.
Kurt Friebeger .. ,...... ~.:3.25
End result-the two minutes was
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stretched into 35.
Kathleen Ferrier .
We slepl w,eB on the remaining
Neville Cardus .......... ~.2.25
leg of the journey in splt~ o[ the Sir Anthony Eden
speed, heat and noise. Arrlval at
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St. Catherine's was something of
LeWIS Broad ..... ~ ............3.50
an anti·cllmax. The bus trip to The Bedside Dickens
the Campsite was enjo)·able. The
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drivers are good tourist directors.
. ' arro....... ......... .
They pointed out the highlights From Cabbages to Kings
along the way and if you ask your
Lisa Sheridan .... " ........ 3.75
young scion when he comes home Th B k f h
he wlll be able to tell you how
e 00 0 i t e Sea
high the Long Sault Locks can lift
A. C. Spectorsky ....... .12.95
a ship.
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Jets? We have 'em for break·
fast, dinner and tea, but they are •
old hat to us guys.
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Jamboree Personallties - (two p:F-- ~·~"":I'!I"·iI!!!'!·!IIII'I'''I:ftll~JiI!!'!t!ll
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today because we missed out yes·
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THE BOOKSELLERS
terday): Scoui!llaster of Troop
GREY, fLANNELS
, , All sizes
$4.00 pair
Scboot logs
.UNifORMS,
Navy Blue,
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6 to 16
SCHOOL BAGS
WHITE
$1.50
$2.25
$2.75
BLOUSES
6'· 14
and
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TUNICS
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3 to· 6x ............................ $3.25
N~vy
Blue
6 to 16
14x • 16 ......................... $5.25
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BLOOMERS
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NAVY BLUE
PLASTIC
KNEE SOCKS
Navy Blue, interlock,
Brownie Holiday Camera
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• SMARTLYSTYLED QUALITY
CAMERA. ,
*IEASY TO OPERATE AND LOAD"
• ·SHUTTER RELEASE ON TOP.
* TAKES. 8 EXPOSURES ON
127 FILM:'
TOOTON'S Limited
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7 • 12 ....................... :...$4.50
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PERFECT FOR THE BEGINNER
Jottings: :.
BOYS'
KODAK CAMERAS and SUPPLIES
DIAL 6331
WATER ST.
KODAK'S ONLY AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTOR FORNFlD.
End Lockout'
In France
mama
isn't
. COLLARS and CUFFS'
hurt us. Ooolia wouldn't
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All sizes
7·14
And - and she looks like a verI'
~~che~:~ bear. 1 • I'm not afraid
pair
set
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Moolie Mooler said, wonderingly
"My sakes - I do believe DooUe NANTES, France, (lteuters)" ,
Is talking to Mama Bear.' I just Workers and shipyard owners ia
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know he is." Gussie gasped, "Oh tsih big Atlantic port today reached
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mercy daisyl Sh~ - she must be an agreement to end I five.cJa1
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a friend. of Ooofic's - I - I ~ope." lockout that set off bloody clashes
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The children were so. fasclRate~ oetween workers and police.
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they forgot to be afraid. My, If One man was killed and mort
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th~y could onlY h~ve unders~ood than 100 injured in the strcftt
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a~I,mal t~lk!. Ooofle was saymg: fights.
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Sure IS nl~~ to. meet you, Mrs. Workers' and owners' represent.
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Bear. lI~y name IS Ooo{us.G~ofus·atives meeting at Nantes town·ball
Sometimes what happens Is that Cormack, Is Gar!leld Flzzard. We
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These children are my go~d frl~nds agreed to open new wage talks.
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a mature woman can find, In a call him "Fizz" and he hasn't said
Tpcy are very ~ood. kIDg ~ltt1e They insisted, however, that these
st)'ie that suits her, only a dress he doesn't like It! "Fizz" comes IF THE MODEL OR STYLE
girls and love anlmal~ and bIrds. talks should 00 held outside Nante.
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that's tight 'he1ll! or there. She from Grand Bank and If the rest 15 MADE WI HAVE IT IN:
They
wouldn't ~urt. you or your -whose streets and stores still
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buys it, planning to let It oul here f them are s good as he Is we
By LIma Sioux Scarberry
baby lor anythmg In the world. bear scars of last week'! disol'.~
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G.E.
ADMIRAL
BY AI.leIA HART
to It.'
r e aroun know why they call it Grand, 'n
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cars Any way you can s~ow me how to ders.
stood
straightOoofiepGoofie's
up. Dollie 'Doofer,
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has been Inthc o
get them out, o[ this. cave sa~l~', The workers voted to return to
Wearing
clothes
that
are
100
So
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goes
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Mollie
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Mrs. Bear? I d certamly be grate· their jobs Tuesday and the own·
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' Thll progressive town of Claren· 'light Is one of the chief' sins of that not only does nothing for her
years, starting as a Scout. At home JOHN CLOUSTON LTD. screamed. The three little girsl
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• he Is Scoutmaster of the First ag23 24 25 26 2930 31 sep! 2
were trapped in a cave at the ful to you."
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,.ille \l'llI ha\'e street lights within the heavy moture
woman.
bu, t act,ually detracts ,!rom hor'
And Mrs. ~ear sa!d, smlhng, I!" ity guards who took over the yard,
the "ery near future, states Mayor If an Individual Is heavy and has appearance.' It Is also probably Grand Bank Troop. This is his
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MooIer farm •. The hol~ doorwa)' sorry the httle. girls. are afraid last Wcdnesday afler rioters rans·
Ralph Mercer. who \'Islted St. 110 Intention of going on a diet or mak·~s her feel more tired, or 0]' first Jamboree and, boy, is he en·
had fallen in. And there, just a of . me. ~ \\ ouldn ~ harm a acked the owners' oUices' and held
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being any other weight than the der, or more stout than she is. , joying It!
[ew feet away. stoori a hig brown haIr of their, swe-~t little heacl~. them hostage until they promised
:."Ia)'or Mercer told the News weight she Is, she should Nrtainly The let effect is a waste of Scoutmaster of Troop Guy I S '
mama bear with her cub. It was Yes, Mr. Ooofus·Goofus, there IS a wage increase;
negotiations with the Union Elec- flnsd clothes to go with this weight. money that might have gone for Max Oldford. Max comes Irom
very frightening.
a \l"a~ out, It's pretty lon~ tunnel The employers promptly'· dis"• '",
ometimcs the observer feels something
becoming and comfrot. Gander, the Crossroads of
But Su dd en 1Y 0 00I'Ie
.\ ed an d bu~ III lead ~c wal'. I m sur,~ owned the wage agreement, which
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thai these women have no full~
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h' b' d 'l'k t'l we 11 be safe, If we go carefully. they said had been granted under
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World. He has been in the Scout
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duress, and for two days the pqrt
. ,tal1!nK nf the lights later thi~ th~mselvcs,
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Movement only three years but
Of course be was talking to the
was the scene of street b3ttiO;!3
i' .' \\:eek. Arrangements hal'e been The neckline may be, all right,
that's.nol the size or his quality. LONDON (AP)""::...ir Commodore' big brown bear· • bul- the girls
fought wilh paving stones, ,rell'
iI ;. made to light the whole tqll'n, a but the 'waist Is straining every
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He Is Scoutmaster of First St. C. L. Dann, commandant of the couldnt undcrstunrl. Then the hear
HOLD CLOSED MEETING
ades,
firearms and tear gas bOelbs •
: lotal of OO'lights.
' scam and the hemline shows II by
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Martin's Troop in Gander. Max is RAF officers' camp at Hitchin, has gave little grow13. Sho was ans· GENEVA (AP)-The Unitad Na·
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DUTSON-DUG
also attending his first Jamboree defanded the use of other RAF wering Ooofie in ,lnimallanguage! tions said Sunday night a small
PREVENT ExcREMENT
Because a childs nervous
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:nly
fancy dress
tern Is unstable, all forms of ex·
Posters have been erect
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rs. M. J. limber m I h d thi
He replied to criticism In Parlia· arms a;ound Ooofie's neck.
Soviet Union, France, Britain and
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ca e n an y s morn· ment.
Suddenly Ooofie pulled away and the United States will meet in Gen· citement should be prevented.
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en e Dut Ing when we were crecting our
The airmen were dressed in knee walked over to Mrs. Bear and her eva (or the next few days. Tb2
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ria)', August 25, the owner5 of dogs attractive effect. Sometimes the son, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. N. Gateway.
breeches and silk stockings and baby. The girls watched, fascin· brief announcement said the ex·
Ia'und rnamln:: at lar::e within the buttons on the bosom look as if Dutson of St. Jose, California,
Wore wigs.
First
held a paw out perts were meeting "for consider·
ONLY A GOOD T.V. SIT
! :. '.: tOIl:n.wiU be prosccutcd. Another they could just barely hold up. took place on Monday, August
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"I see nothing basically undlg tl) Mrs. Bear. Then he put a paw ation of the technical aspects of
BRINGS
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notice advises the
a .re- This is all foolish. Clot1)£s that 15th, at St, Telesa'l Church with
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nified In service," said Air Com out and touched the baby bear. guarante-aing the peaceful uses of • GOOD ENr.ERTAINMINT
! ',' Ierendum will be held later for the !It don't cost any
Nuptial Mass, Rev., Father D.
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modore Dann. "Tbe baH was a Th little uh rolled over play atomic energy" Delegation source
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wishes
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e ra eff ort InvoIve d'In wa lk_ UmorrIssey offlcating.
very gone."
flllly.
Suddenly
Dollie wasn't• and UN spok'esmen decI'med to
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it ',: of the people re the restricting of Ing to the next rack if the last The, happy co;'ple spent their
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one yields clothes that are too honeymoon at KlIIl'Wood Cabins . HALIFAX (CP) A I
mands that the period o[ naliona
"Oh look! Ooofie is making cerning the meeting. It will be JOHN CLOUSTON LTD.
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sgIOe~er\;eYslfmOia~y~nb\ e~flcSu~!litiPniSg dO~ P' I~tnhtoe daTuhghetmal1t'fla~: MdaGMrl~~e, ~i~ul::~;'ft~zz~lslsa:~:tr:: a~~~~ ~~n:~ :I~ fo~~t:r~all~
cl~aner
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Of RAF Men
As Flunkevs
more,~are'l
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Ooofi~
a y orna
~~torn~o,~~~g~~up~ F~~_~~~~~~~~~r~le~n~S~w~l~t~~e~m~.~~-~~~~s~c~o~se~.~~~~~~~~~~a~g~~~.~5,~W~~~9~3D~~~1~~~ep~1~~~.~~
,i~: ell will go all out to Improve their
expanding town, and they are reo
.-,:.1. ~,.:.: ' questing the cCHlperation of all the
Viscount Massey, Governer Gen.
cral of Canada, and win present
him with a hand·palnted address
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of welcome o'n behaU of the muni·
:ih~'
Tomorro\y the town w1ll ~elcome clpallty.
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On . Wednesday, evening the
;~. SEI THE BIG FOUR
Council will tender, a courtesy
..TELEVISION AT
,dinner at the Balmoral Hotel to
lIon. J. :W. Plckersgill, to which
;. JOHN' CLOUSTO.N L'l'D,' Inv Itations to Premier Smallwood,
lion. s.., J" He[ferton and other
Government officials have been
extended. .
50 JDUes an hour, raced, through
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WILL SOLVE PROBLEM
BOMBAY
(Reuters)
- Prime
Mlnisler.
Nehru
said Sunday:
"I
have no dcubt in my mind that we
shall'solve the question of Goa and
free the people the~ from colonial
oppression by peaceful methods."
The ·Indian leader, addressing the
Uttur "Pradesh c:ongresseommll·
tee,
to
take said.
moreth~se
time'methods
but are appear
the most
practiaal In the end," and they rep.
resent a high standard of Interna.
tionat" relations.
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BOARD
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'ST. JOHN'S
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SHANNAHAN - Ronald Patrick
Shannahan, aged 88 years, passed
peacefully, away lit the General
Hospital at 8.S0 p.m. Sunday, as
:: re,ult of motor accident two
weeks ago In ,Harbour Grace., Left
to mourn, his ,sad passing are
three sons, Nicholas of. the Newfoundland Constabulary,· Gerald of
Corner Jjrook, Leo of Yancouver,
B.C., five' daughters: Eileen M
Thorburn, RN" Theresa \)\1; But:
ler, Gertrude ,J. White of St
G~rge's, Hplen of' St. John's;
Loretta .or Harbour Grace. Inl~r·
ment will be held at' 'liarbour
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Catherine 1I of 'Russia, who
ruled the country from 1762·1796
suc~assfully ca r r i e d on war~
agabjst Turkey, Persia, Poland
and Sweden•
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western New' Bruns·
• on ay and vanished so·fast
the Dominion
public weather of·
fie-a here missed it /Iltogether.
The storm felled. trees by the
dozen In Maine. They crashed
down on telegraph and telephone
lines In scores of ,places, Isolating
lowns and villages. on each side
ofAtheCanadian
border. Press· Survey at 11
p. m. ADT disclosed no injuries.
Both Can a d I a n Pacific, and
Canadian National Telegraphs reo
ported all their lines to the west
from Halifax out of commission
for a time.
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RUSSIAN CONQUEROR
DONNACONNA BOARD
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M.alknne~r andd
WATCRED CRUCIFIXION
Salome, ona of two 'women of
that name mentioned in the New
Testament, followed J eSlIs from
Galilee and saW ,hIs crudlxion
from a distance.
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