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ST. JOHN'S NEWFOUNDLAND THURSDAY JANUARY 24 1963.
Elizabeth Ave.
VOL. 70.
NO. 20
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LONDON (AP) - Europe's, bitter cold wave I
dar/<ened Buckingham Palace Wednesday and I
cracked water pip-es in the once-balmy cities of I
Rome and Naples.
Animals and humans died of freezing as
temperatures plunged. Snow piled high from
Scotland to Sicily.
<.. :d l'rcmier Nikita KhrllShche\' (left) and East German Communist Party boss
~l st, at the end of the final session of the East German
Vlbril.'ht was "unan imously" l'c-elected as first secretary of the Party's
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1"1 \lOIN Le"~ler Li~,"el Cherrier ment is. sitting. The. gqvernment item? of expenditure.
"" ".,\ ,aul hl' I~ 'lnulahle If ~Ii.. could d!sso!l'e Parhamen~, call ThiS pro~o~al would !lave ~elt
... , ':." I:hurdllll Iws n Ilirthel· sugges·. an elecllon and pay ,the bllls by about 2.5 slttmg days In ~hlCh
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Or il COl!ld recess Parhament. prove Ihel!'. Nor m a II y tillS
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pay tbe bills by warrants and Item-by - Item sludy lakes any:. ",,:1:(' I. The gOI·ernm.ent has IHlr· aSk. Parliament to .approve its w~lere. from 25 to 50 days
. ~:r. 111 lianH'lIlal'Y ~llth.ol'lty to spend actIOn ~~en Parli3'lllcnt re· exclUSive of ~he two·day . dert'· I\lllnry
until ,Jan. 31_
sumes slttmg.
bate~ on the SIX supply mohons
,. :':·"p",a1 ~. The Liherals arc in· a posi·· Both these alternatives are reqlllred under House rules.
.. ;:. H,,",(, ti,'n 10 I'nforcc their stand thai fraught wilh pitfalls which !he CALLS IT CLOSURE
.' "lI' <il'· Ill .. ~O\wnmenl can ask con· opposition could turn to their .J. W.. _Pickersgill (lr-Bona·
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'lilUliont1lly fOi' further interim adl'antage.
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.\,,, slwndlllg aulhul'lty only up to lIIr. Churchill mdlcated 10 pan~ed Mr. Chevl'ler to Wednes':nill":I' I'''h. 211.
reporters after the negotiations day s conference, c~lled t~e
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~. The fisc:!1 year ends March collapsed t hat consideration go:'ernment proposal a. drast!c
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"'''!ll.',\! wOlild normally h3\'e approved a formal motion in Ihe House r1 ght . of "approvmg government
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IIw ~\letlding program.
to suspend the rules that :he sPSe(ll tnl g. K 1
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government had asked opposi·
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ilut the ~Iarch bills stm'! _lion pet'mission to waive.
spokes~an, s~ld Pnme M!DlSfIln:itlg in [or payment during The government's proposal tet· pl~fenbaker had. descnb.ed
th,· first wceks of that month i was that instead of having five a Similar P~?pos~,1 lD earher
am!. if Pal'liament fails 10 vote more. ~upplY motions :-: each yea[s a~, mt 109" a sham and
Ihe moncy hetwccn now ~nd 'I permlllmg Ihe oPPOSitIOn to pre ence a par mment.
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Thrre m'e "lhcl' \\'uys .for !he I bale-thc com.mons hare on.IY dcscrip(ion. He said his group
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CUPE:>IIIAGE:oJ- The engage,menl of 16-year-old Princess
Antle • Marie of Denmark 10
· Crown Prince Constantine. 22·
)'ear·nld heir· 10 the Gl'2ck
tllt'otle, was announced Wcelncs: dal' as memhers oC bolh royal
· hnilscs gathered here.
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or ~1t~"I.t I'lrllhlrtC3'
g. I cclebrations Illl'oughout Den·
a 101 \If things." mark nnd Greecc.
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III Athens, a 21·gun salute
boomed across' the Greek capl·
Inl when the radio broadcast
news If the ellgagcment.:
In Copenhagen, the foya!
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Danish court· Issued an an'Iild occaSlonnl
noun cement signed by the king
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queen that Danish And
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Greek flags wiil fly from ships
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Dlld stntc buildings today. to
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mark thc occasion officially.
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where the wedding will lake
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Attack 0 n Gordon
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ately after final approval of the
1962-63 plans.
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To Greel{ Throne i
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once the vessels began movIng. lout by a three·man presldenltal
However, it was expected to I board headed by Senator Wayne I
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take three to fh'e days for such! Morse, {Dem. are.! However,!
major porls as New York to re.lloc~1 ,issues. could delay Ihe i BO!,»N (!leuLers) _ l;crlllan: I!owem·. h~ did hold out
turn to normal.
strike send 10 some porls.
Chancellor Adcnaucr call e d hope Ihal "sollle intere~tin~
.Waterfront peace. m. Dyed a ESTI~IATE LOSSE~..
Wcdnesday for "calmncss and things" would .hcCOlllC known in
blg step nearer dur10g the day Losses to the siuPPIng mdll~t· ..•. II I)"<t nlnlll0rl to Bl·II'sel~ next 1Iloml'!\' when thF
pa tcnce
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ry. 'tn. Ih e 1?ngest, .. cos II·,~s t·!settle
the thorllv
ofc British Common
~larkel's ll1ini.l~rilll
fell. 10 hne With a government- strike ID Atla~~lc mal'lilme hiS' I membership il; Ihe European council meels again.
outhned 37 • cent - an • hour tory neared $laO.OOO,OOO.
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' (~u~~he J c~anc~lIol' declincd to De Gaulle will rcturn. "de .
discuss any delails about .his naller's I'isil with a tnp 10
talks on lbe issue with French Bonn possibly at the eud of
President de Gaulle. afler his June, informed sources said in
return here from Paris where Paris. Dc Gaullc's visit -viII
he sinned a Franco-Germon come after Ihe new co-operation
Ilrcaty oof co.operation Tuesday. treaty is r~tificd by the Wesl
Commenting on thc new 1if- German legislature, the source!
By DAVE MciNTOSH
without deficils.
liculties in Britain's application said .
OTTAWA (CP) _ Charles-I The CNR had lost Ihousands lor market membership, .'Ide- Al his press con[erence, Adc·
Arlhur Gauthier (SC -,- ROber-i of customers because of ooor nauer said "wilh touchY proh. nauer I\'as asked hal\' Ger·
val) resumed in the Commons service. The d e f i c i I s were lems, Ihe best method to bring many's hopes for an ,inl~grated
Wednesday his party's bli,ster-I mainly due to lack of good them to a good end is a bit of Europe and de Gaulle s ,dea 01
in" altack on President Donald! service.
calmncss and patience."
a "Europe of fatherla~ds' c?~ld
G;rdon and the (op manage-I! The 26-member Social Crcdil Adenauer refused 10 clarify be reconciled. He S~t~ (mgm·
menl of the CNR.
group from Quebec has been reporls thot he requested de ally there were ""l\:ld hope~
He said the publicly:owned hot on the track of Mr. Gordon Gaulle to avoid a total break in everY\l'her~" for .an mlegralec
CNR is run by the "most Ii'- ever since the CNR president I the negotiations between 3rit- Eur~pe wllh a directly elect eo
competent and most arroganl" told a Commons commillee .Iast!i ain and the Common ;\larket. parliamenl.
persons he has el'er seen.
.fall that he couldn't find any
----=----------;--He said Mr. Gordon and his, qualified French-speaJdng Ca· .
"associales an dproteges" have nadians on the railway slaff to
"associates and proteges" h_al'e fill any oC the 27 top managevide adequate railway scrvlces ment po 515.
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ports neared an end Wednes- settlement formula, expected to
day, with the first of 610 'die add $28,000,000 a year to indus
ships expected to begin moving try cost sheets in New York
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meeting with De Gaulle Jan. :H. They met to ccment
• a new French-German allial1l:e and probab:y tu rit'.cide the fate of Britain's request [or Common whrkct
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lo~~K st;i~:)~~ ~e.:;~!~! CO~~:r~ 6:JI~:~n some concern
States East and Gulf coast lest southern ports balk at Ihe
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Twenty dead were counted in Britain had zero tcmpcratures
lialy, some in unheated homes during the night and moved
and others who tried to ~tay into a record with its 34th day
with their outdoor jobs. Sicily's of freezing weather.
palm trees stood in 18 inches HOSPITAL SCRAM~1ED
of snow. In hundreds of 1talian Hos(litals were crammed with
villages schools were closed.
sufferers from respiratory ailThree dealhs were recorded menls. Deaths from cold in
in Greece as the frigid w:!ve Britain weI' e not officially
spread along the Medilerranean counted but aulhorities said the
lo Turkey.
figure must be high.
Generally it was the coldest In Yugoslavia wolves emerged
winter in southern Europe in 10 from forest lairs and preyed on
years, in some places the cold· cattle and sheep. Several Y'lgO·
est in 35 years.
slnve factories closed for lack
Buckingham Palace was a. of fuel.
victim I of an electricity cut in Bulgaria's Communist leaders
company with millions of Brit- proclaimed a ·state of emerish hom e s. Engincers have gency to recruit relief workers.
been throwing switches to re- Dutch authorities called on
duce the peak load. Wednesday the army for trucks to supply
it was the turn of the palace. coal.
Queen Elizabeth was out of
town at the time, secure in her BelgiUm, one of Europe's ma- I
Sandrin~llam Country
retreat. J·or coal producers was Tlln-·
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Princess- Ann e's schoolwork ning short of coal because
com-:'PARIS'. While a paJace guard stands at atlcnhon,
was interrupted but the palace munications were stalled.
I French President
Charles de Gaulle greets West
staff carried on work by ean- Weather fot·ecasters said the' German Chancellor Konrad i\denauer I ri<1hll on the
d_l_e_l_ig_h_t._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _freeze most likely will continue. steps of Elysee Palace as the laUer arrived for hlo first
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SLUG IT OUT!
MOBILE, Ala. (AP)-A connty judge ordered two
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OTTAWA ICPI- Prime Min- ready to make (he statement
Yllungmen charged ,;i!h breach of t1~e peace to. go to a
CAPE CANAVERAL, PIn. ister Diefenbaker said Wednes- yet hul would do so soon.
gymnasium and slug It out. ,ludge "arren 1.. FIRch told
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advanced Minuleman day invitations to provincial Bernard Dumont (SC-Belleteon Andrews, 22, ami Willis C. Taylor Jr., 20, Tnesday to
. missile blasled out of an under- premiers for a dominion.pro· chasse) asked II' h " I her Ihc
light "until you gct it nut of your system." The judge
ground silo Wednesday and vincial confercnce on Canad.a·s prime minister's reference 10
Yandy Wayne Powell. 27, to referee the match.
orderel\
Anne-Marie. youngest of Den- sped more than 4,000 miles on twin cultures now are be10g the neal' future meanl someThe three had been accused. of attacking a motorist. An·
mark's three royal princesses, a successful test flight.
prepared.
lime before infinity. Mr. Diedrews, a rangy 170-llounder, lalt'r swapped 11 few blows with
appeared in public with her The success, announced hy He did nol say what date he fenbaker did not reply.
Taylor, a 140·pounder. NlI blood was drawn.
handsome fiance within minutes the air force, was the first fOl' is proposing.
of the announcement.
thc Interim Wing 2 model of the :'Ir. Diefenbakct· was pep- However, he told Gilles Greg- i
MEET PARENTS
three·stage, pushbutton missile. pcred wilh .questions from So- oire (SC-"-Lapoinlel that invila-:
SEl'Il'ENCED SEI.F
The couple. went 10 Kaslrup Two earlier Interim Wing 2 ciaI' Credit members lrom Que- tions now are being prepared·
RU)),\I'ES'l' (A1')-L. Ference, 60, d'~I·t'lu\led a ~ullt
AirpOl'[ 10 greet Ihe crown rockels .exploded during fil'st hec about his intenlions to lor a conferencc. All premiet·s· l'IJIIII,lex (or \Iavill~ becn a mcmber or Hungary's wartime
prince's parcnts, King Paul and stage flighl last summer and make a general statement on would be invited anel. through,
Quecn Frcderika, as they flew the series was pnlled off the the subject of bilingualism and them, all political parties would' Fascist partr. Tailing the Inw into his own hands. be sen·
tcnced himsclf to 20 years' solitary confinemcnt. The ncws·
in
from Athens.
flripg line for thorough study. biculturalism. He said he is not be represented.
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Ilaper Iisti IIirlap says Fcreuce withdrew into a hut wIthoul
lights 01' heat aad didn't put his nose out for 17 years. When
Ihe 1956 revolt occurred in Hungary, he was tempted to
make a getaway. lie did not. bllt subsequently reduced Ills
olVn scntence· by two ycars.
But he was foiled. Before the end of the 18th year, a
former friend /lot wind of his wheretlbouts ~llli reporterl him
ANKARA (Reuters) _ The stalled by the United States un- from Britain would be carried manded removal of U.S. missile
to the polic,'. Police Cirst gal'" him n ride in It car, &hnwing .
bases in Europe in return ror . him the new sights of IlndaJI~~t. TJ ... " II", I)ulicc thir.!, aItpr
Turkish government announced der an agreell1ent in 1959.
out as planned this year.
removal of Soviet missiles m
plans Wednesday for the dIs·
Rome. newspapers reported DECLINE CONFIRMATION
checking his s(ol'l', selltenecd him (0 "nvc ki,,;cs a Ilay to he
ml)ntlement of t;nlted Sta.tes that Jupiter missile bases in It· (A state department spokes. Cuba.)
placed
in the hands uf his wife for havill~ lookcl\ aHer sUlh
Jupiter mIssile bases In Turkey aly also would be dismantled man in Washington declined to Russia has prolested many
a husband for 17 solid years."
that have been a coldwar ~ore arid replaced by the sea·borne confirm the· Ankara announce· times against the Turkish mis. iii
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Polaris. There was no official ment but confirmed that the sile bases.
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U.S. was holding talks with its
IIAMILTON, Onto (Cl')-A llIan wantcd by Hamilton
mill Erkln s a I d . discussIons . Turkey· and Italy were tlie North Atlantc Treaty Organi- Turkish· Defence Minister !I-'
were under way 10 replace the only two European membcrs of ,mtion AJlieson modernization hami San car told the national
police for questioning escallcd lbe long arm of the Jaw
assembly thai Turkish-U.S talks
intel"lnedinte - raolle Jupitel'B NATO· where .Jupiter missiles of weapons sy'stems.
Tuesday bccallse he was a bad cook. Police, operating on
with sea • horne Polaris mis- were stationed.
!The spokesman said Ihe nco on rcplacing the land - based
infol'lliatiun that the man was workinil at a lIal\1l11on res·
sHes.
Meanwhile in London, a Brit-· gotiations have no connectioll .Jupiter with Ihe Polaris were
la\ll·anl. moved In to nab him. II was true. the restaurant
Erkin ·snldl~el'e would· be no ish government official said ,ile whatever with till! reccnt Cuhan under way nnd thal a finul pro·
"wnrl'
said, tbe llIan had worked for him as a cook. But he
missiles on Turkish soil after previously - announced agree- enSIS, durin~ which Soviet Prc- posal would be placed bcfllre I
had
been
fired aflc~ 15 minutcs for Incompetence, he added.
the removal oC Ihe Jupiters, In· ment to rcmove Thor missiles mier Khrushchev 0 n'c e :Ie· thc NATO council.
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:-TIIE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOlIN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, JANUARY 24, 1963
New Twist FoOr
Educational
Television
Interesting Facts On Royal Titles
I Beutel'S' Stat"
theories about Ihe titles of
Ihe Duke of Edinb\ll'gh Ilnd Ihe
D\lchess of Windsor appear in
t~ lntcst edition o[ Burke's
I t;l)!C, dircctor~' of the Brit·
i~ ~rislOrr;tcy.
'!l ;lrlic1c in Ihe book by
~\'nt\;ll11gist Phi lip
Thomas
mnintnins that Ihe Dllke of
I':\linhur~h is slill R prince of
\tl'\'\'l...• mul Denmark. allho\lgh
Ile.olridally rcnounced the titles
al '\he time of his mnn·iage.·
- Tllc Duchess of Winclsor is
e 11 lit I c d til her husb!llld's
p~lIc~ly title mtd st~'le of Royal
UlJ:lme~$. the article adds.
Thomas says thaI Queen Elizftbeth's husband Prince Philip
purported to he naturalized Brit·
t'h . before his marringe, nnd
prior to n;rturalization he renounC<'d his right of succession.
to thl.' G I' C e k aud Danish
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thn~
thrilllCS.
Thomas c\aims that, under II
flrilish statute, Prince Philip
was in fact a natural·born Brit·
l~h .. suhject and therefore his
n:ttllr;lli~nti(\n and renunciation
II'l'rr III nil df,'ct.
SOT "rCEI'TED
Tll,'m;ls nlhls Ihat ~itll'e the
thrn lll';ld II! the hOllse of
lil1'ccc. the lnte Kin!: George
II llf the lIrl!cne~, did nol nc·
rqlt the rrnllnciatilln, according
1('1 Gn'l'1, bw it "was 110 more
Ihnn a dcdal'atiun of intention
Mt III II~C his litles in tht'se
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n1<'nl",\ that if ThllllWS is right
Prince Philip is in the line of, of the embarrassing difference
succession to the Greek throne in rank.
and that 14 • year. old Prince "People would not be able to
Charles could become King of invite tbem to functions heEngland and Greece,
cause they would not know how
Thomas, in Ihe second part of to place them-the duke being
his article, says Ihe treatment a prince of the land and the
of the American·born Dnchess duchess coming far down after
of WIndsor was "unique in Brit· most of the olher duchesses."
ish history."
"Members of the Royal Fam. ____"_0_ _ _._. - ..-,~
ily have been imprisoned for
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marrying people of whom the •
sovereign disapproved and their
marriages hnve not been recog·
nized.
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By HAL COCHRAN
has a prince marrIed according A bus always seems 10 go
to Ihe Inw of the land and then faster when you're on it Ihan
had his wife denied his rightful \vhen you're waiting for it.
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title and honors.
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A
stylist
says
the average
"The Duehess of Windsor's
woman
doesn't
go
by the
position is without precedent,"
latest fashions. If you spell
Thomas says.
that "buy," she's wrong.
TITLE RE-CREATED
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On the eve of Ihe Duke of
Buying on the installment
Windsor's wedding in 1937 nis
brolher, who later became King plan always makes the years
'George VI, informed him that seem longer and the months
he \\'as being re-crented a Royal seem shor(~r,
lIi~hness-a title he had lost
SHELVE MISSILE PLAN
thl'OuJ:h abdication - but that
the title could not be extended WASHINGTON (hP) - The
Uniteel States Air Force was re·
to his wife.
The question of title is con· ported Tnesday to have shelved
sidcred one of the obstacles in plans for a proposed secret
the wnv of the Wincisors return· weapons system to deted fir·
ings of intercontinental ballistic
ing to 'Britain to liI'e.
Burke's Peerage editor Peter missiles. These reportsr from
Townsend explains that although reliable sources, indicated that
nothing prevents the Windsors the Midas system was the one
from Jiving in 13ritain privately involved. There was no imme·
it 1I'0nid be impossible for them diate comment from the air
10 have any social life because force,
VANCOUVER (CPl-The Uni·
versity of British Columbia and
two Vancouver schools are giv·
ing educational television a Ilew
twist - the cameras will be
trained on Ihe studenls and the
teachers will be the viewers.
Aim of Ihe plan is to tr'lin
student teachers, who nOl'mally
have to spend many hours of
travelling to and from schools
to observe classes in action.
The new system, a closed circuit installation connecting the
university's college of education
with Queen Mary Elementary
School and Kit s i 1 a n 0 High
School. goes into effect in Feb·
ruary.
The circuit will include are·
versible channel, however, so
that the same equipment can
be used later to originate pro·
grams at UBC for school class·
BARBS •
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Grand Falls
GRAND FALLS-Dr. and: :'tit·. and ~Irs. II II ,
Mrs. A. Alexander, of carme'l A\·enup., \\,inds~r ea~.
lite Road,' left. on Wednesday last Thurstia" .! left
night 'fol' Great Britain where I f;'rom Toronto' 'h Or
they will be visiting Mrs. Alex· I Barry's Bn\,. O'n' te.
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daughter of :\11'. and Mrs. ; Gord'llI Thl'I"I' I,f'
C. Giles of l1ill Road, left via
Gander todar for Halifax, : :iJi" Rrid"c'
where she has joined the staff; Piu'ent> arc ':.;
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and ~Irs. Ralph White. of Pi.er. i \~:-I'sit:: hall. 'I. JLl:',
ronne Road, who spent Chmt· i ,.Ie mlllnbnd. h·.. ···
mas with his family has now i t1 th"ir r",p"'III~,e
resumed his studie~ at ;o.;o\"a I learnin'! af:"r hali".
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SOME FUN-Jimmy Boggess March of Dimes poster' MONTREAL. (CP) - J. 9.;· "
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y llama at t e zoo m Baltl- Limited, has been named chair· I turned home on ~Ionday from and "perol 'I' 'If In;' ,
more, Md,
man or McGill University's! St. John·s. where they had been: Store. :\lain "rrel
Alma Mater Fund for 1963. attending the junior hockey; for the pa,: I"'rnt,: . '
Last year's campaign for I!:c play·offs ill the canit?l.
: or morc. he, ,,,1'1 ~"I·'.
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(CP) - Yousuf Im~nt an~ the arts. His ottawa fu~d, to which graduates .con·
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Karsh, world·ren~wn.ed photog- offlc~ Said Tues?ay that most t~lbute mone~ for ~he umvel"[ ;\h~s WmUle Kc.at.s, formerly, r~al. :Ill'. (',ilen "c,;,
r?pher, has ~een mVlted to Rus· details of the tnp. have. yet to 51t~ to ll;;e It as It se.e fit, I of Wtndsor, now h\'ln~ at Van·lllls {~J11J1Y -O"crat '.
sm to take pictures of the coun· be worlled out, mcludmg thel raised $300,308. There IS nOI couver, B.C., spent the past: and Slnee [[Wi! b
try's leading ligures in govern· time of Mr. Karsh's departure. specified objective.
'few weeks visiting her parents! o~ cal'll.,ei'" hcre' : :
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the S. A. CitadeL"
the l\'eddil1~
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the tOll'n ,,:1 then
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sister Whcle the
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Mixer, wh
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Falls durili': the
18th to ~IH'3k 03
Training.
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as Lincoln LeW.
Lincoln Boad CI1
at 2 p.m.
Deputy '.;;'.yer
Grand Fall~ :jild
of Wind50r 1hrcI'
balls.
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at 2 p.m. on SaUM
players coming from
Corner Brook and.'
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of the Lincoln
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tel's. It is claimed
modern as any lanti
ern Canada.
Bill Trytman and
, ney are owner;.
is of concrete and
was built by
Morgan, of SI.
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CHILDRE~
NOKESVILLE,
Five pre • school
suffocated
from a sofa fire
While their parents
ing drinking water
bors in this rural
ginia area. Two
of Mr. and illrs. e
were at schoOl. 'fli
were Lillie
Arthur 4' Champ
loris , '2 , 'and Jobll
months.
closed by
Liquor COIl
family :111';. (;corrl
Meleor Cuslolll 4·docr sedan, one o{
liquor es
i$pnlenls in St. J 0
.~!lruof
two wel~k~ with her :,.
/lIe Ford Family of fjne products, mMe in Canada
losed
of the be
the city estah
were c10sec
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breaches of th,
act,
liquor estab
outside St. J (
also closed.
had its licence
because it
up to standard
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1963"·
ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND
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Winston Piercey of
'Carbonear, c h a r g e d
criminal negligence in the operation
of a motor vehicle causI ing bodily harm to
l'a\k \'i~hl. tlf till' Ncwfouudln nd Snfety Council, receives a cheque for I
Francis
Antle, was
,J tfl'l11 L II. S l'i\ll~I" q.c., manng ct· lind general counsel for All Cimada I
found not guilty in Suh',il'rati"ll. :\)tllltl'cal. C. E. Carson, centre ,general chairman of the'
preme Court here Wed'. 1.111 IIh':lIIa~' Safl'l~' Council, Toronto, looks on. Grants totalling $47,000 I
nesday.
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rcccntly by the company. in the interests of traffic
The 12-man jury retilrOlllJlI>1ll t all alia.
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verdict after more than
an hour of deliberation.
The charge against
Piercey arose oui of a
three-vehicle collision
on the Trans-Canada
Highway July 10, 1962,
when Francis Antle, 7,
/),000-8,000 births. But of Victoria, Carbonear,
Thl're were no triplets
triplets of the same sex
in i'h·s. Mixer's family,
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suffered a broken arm,
are
rare-one
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both
her
mOlher
tril'l"'~-all
The boy was a passen·
tIl
said one case in about
and grandmother had
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ger in a bus.
every 45,000 births.
twins .
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Piercey was the driIt was Dr. Daly's secDr, Daly, who cnme
ver of one of two ·trucks
ond
time
delivering
triphere
fro
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about
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also involved in lhe collets. He had one other
1l111! year ngo, said trip.
thl' Ihr.·.· hahil's,
lision.
Eric Dawe, driver of
1\I·d,,·.1 f rnm lets nrc born in every case in Ireland.
the other truck, wall
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killed in the mishap.
Mr. Justice Sir Brian
TI'llIlrtl't\ fl'l'lilll!
Dunfield said there was
not enough evidence to
The tri!1It'I~ \\Wl' 11,,It was the second time the show which of the. ve(I\'d al :llllll·"ximat,,Trans·province highway Iraf·
causeway
had been ripped open. hicles was on the wrong
fir.
which
had
been
halted
in
I p.m. hy Ilr. :\irhoLast spring high seas and side of the road. This
Xcwfoundland for 23 days, will
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rafting ice tore away a section
1'l' <U111e this morning.
The highways department of it, bu~ no injuries or deaths was one of the main
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points brought out in
i~ l'l\1pltl~'l'd
The bridge at Gambo, which
\'l'pairs to the 110·foot bridge
· Ihe C, l.!ulf fl'rr" H'ction of. the Port Blandford was flooded during the torren· the two-day trial.
James Power, Q.C.,
CmulI, hns (\\,41 . raI1SCII'a~' washed away' New tial rains that ·were responsible
childn'1\, hllth 1'1'3r'S Day, hal'e been complet· for damage to the Port Bland· was crown prosecutor.
ford causeway, was nearly
cd.
James D. Higgins con, The missing·link in thc Trans· washed away also. However, the
ducted the defence.
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Highway. about 100 bridge stood up.
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Fil'c persons died Jan'. 1
when (wo cars plunged into the
gap in the causeway. Three of
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. thl' watcrs of Clade Sound.
Gordon Burden, 46, his seven
· t('en.year·old daughter Doreen,
· ~!rs. Walter Garrett, all of Port
, IIlandfOl'd; and the two dril'ers
Hobert and Harry Skiffington
.'.:~;'l\' l' ..;lab- of Musgravetown, drowned in
· the accident. The bodics of the
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of an eight·year.old Nich
ols\'iIIc bo\' who drowned Jan
: 20 when ile fell through the
icc on the Humber River while
playing with .several compan
ions.
Th~ body of Rendall Gulnc
hard. son of Mr. and Mrs
Hendan Guinchard was recOV
; crcd about 100 yards from the
: iliicholsl'iIle Bridge.
RCMP
· said Ihe strong current, creal·
· cll aftcl' the gates at :\Iain Dam
Wl'l'e opened during t he Week·
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· down stream.
Aholll 150 mell took part In
, Ihl' drag~illg operations while
skin dil'ers {l'om Cornel Brook
all helped in the search.
A painting of the old steam· sea," was given in trust to
A steel tug from Bowater's
ship
Portia, which experienced Premier J. R. Smallwood here
was IIsed to break up the ice
one of the "most amazing ad· Wednesday.
on the river.
· The bo~' is survived by his ventures in the history of the The painting was received by
Ilarellls, two sisters and a
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CORNER BROOK (CP) - A ! signee! when council, on a split came to a head when ~lr. God· section from the Xewfoundland
city counicl feud that threat· Yote, rejected his ruling.
salve refu'sed to carry Ollt the Supreme Court, and began pro·
ened to wreck the government
~Iayor Bugden agreed with order, maintaining he' must ceeding. to change the wore·
of this western Newfoundland :lIr. ~!artin, but after ruling out abide by the solicitor's ruling, ing of the section.
papermill city of 25,000 seems of order several motions for reo not the council's. A dismissal·
to have subsidell-at least for instatement of :Ill'. Elliott, de· for - insubordination motion by
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l~bera!eIY stepped aside for ~!r. I the Kawaja faction was. de.:
:llr. God3alve tendered his
The prolonged wrangle cen· KawaJa, . who let t.he motIOn feated.
' i resignation to become cr·
tred around council's power to pass, agam on a split vote.
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Council then asked the pro· i fectnc Jan. 31. He said he
ing. It resulted in the rcsigna.
:Ill'. Elliott was ordered rein· vincial municipal affairs depart. I • was going to ."take up elll'
tions of cit" solicitor ami city stated by council. The squabble ment to seek a ruling on the ployment outSide the prol'·
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manager.
borough, Ont., after being
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Th.- Painting of' Portia ()resented' to Premier$mallwood Wednesday
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confirmed that the negotiations against council was dropped .
lIlvolve a target of 4.000,000 i Clarence Powell. Newfound.
tinuing here for pur- tons from thqF~lian Lake field' land deputy minister of l11l1nicichase of 7,000,000 tons in Labrador and 3,000,000 from pal affairs. informed council his
of eastern Canada iron the Jubilee deposits in Quebec, department would not ask for a
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adjacent to the Cartier Railway Supreme Court ruling on the
ore by Japanese steel Company,
section because it would in c f·
interests, a spokesman
Doyle said it is planned to fect set up a test case.
for the Japanese agents ship the ore in 45,000·ton ore
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carriers to be built by the
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Japanese. Ore from the Lake
He suggested council solw
I S. Takagi, vice·president and Julian deposit would be ship. the issue either by amending
general manager of Ataka New ped from Point Noire, Que.,
the section or applyin!! dir·
York Inc., said the negotiations while the Jubilee ore would
eetly to the 'Supreme Court
invoive the possible purchase of go from Pori Cartier, Que.
for an order forcing the
4,000,000 tons from Labrador
The Javelin. chairman, who manager to rehire IIlr. Elliott.
fields of Canadian Javelin Ltd.. recently accompanied. Newand 3,000,000 tons from the foundland
Premier Joseph
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Council last week approved
Corp., a publicly· owned com· said he plans to return there
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pany of which Javelin has I within a week or 10 days.
an amen men gIVing COlInCl'
lors as a bod~··but not as inworkin"" control.
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Mr. Smallwood said on his reo dividuals-power to interfere in
The Ataka firm is actin~- as turn to SI. John's Jan. 14 that the employment or discharge of
agent for a group of ,Japanese he had a "very strong impres'
firm~ concerned in the negolia. II sion" that Japan would buy 7,. city employees. The change has
lions.
000,000 tons of Labrador iron to pass the provincial legisla·
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Winter, president of the old
Newfoundland firm of 1'. & :\1:. I
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The Portia ran upon a sub·
merged iceberg while carrying II
a load·of copper orc from Green
Bay, Among the passengers.
was the late Lady Winter, wife !
of Sir Marmaduke G. Winter,
grandmother and grandfather:
of Gordon Winter.
II
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an honored place on the walls
of the firm down through the I
year," the premier said.
But as renovations of the
firm's offices have rendered
the painting less appropriate to
the walls than formerly, Mr.
Winter and his brothers in the .
firm decided to make the pre· I
sentation to Mr. Smallwood.
"I have accepted their gen·
erous gift as a trustee of the
Newfoundland people,"
t.he
premier said.
It is proposed to add the
painting to the collection of ('
Newfoundland vessels recent·
Iy unveiled in the main lobhy
of Confederation Building b~'
Lieutenant Governor Camphell
L. Macpherson.
. IItr. Smallwood said it will
be displayed in. the art gallerJ
of Memorial University, "whlcl'
T have 'asked to take .eustml'
of these paintings pending thr
time. when we have a propel
art gallery in Newfoundlan'
that ,will give proper _disphj.
to the paintings of Newfound·
land vessels".
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West City Council Feud
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City of Corner Brook Act will
be amended. if the provincial
legislature approves.
Rewording it will cml a dis·
City 'council has come to the conclusion that ·st. John's
pute between opposing fae·
must have the most -Intelligent dogs tD be found any·
tions lell by IIIayor Allison
where, even though· mauy .of them are on the 10Dse most
Bugllen ancl Deputy lIIayol' AI
. of the'tlme•
Kawaja that starte(l last
Council split down
spring.
Councillor James Fagan brought the matter up when
the mitldle.
he mentioned that the canines are continuing their old
It began' after Public Works
tricks of tipping over garbage cans.
Superintendent Owen Elliott
Mayor Mews said the dogs "are running the town, and
was fired for what l\lvn. God.
the situation seems to be getting worse."
slave called "insolence and in.
subordination" in refusals to
He .sald the city Impounders seem to be afraid 01 the
big dogs and spend theirUme enticing the smaller ones
explain alleged irregularities in
the works department. On the
out of froDt yards,
basis of an RCi\IP inl'esti"a.
Council agreed that the dogs seem to know when the
tion, Mr. Kawaja:s gronp trfcd
impounder makes 'his rounds and they hIde away until he
to hal'e Mr. Elliott reinstated.
leaves the area.
Mayor Bugden called the mo.
"They are very Intelligent," said deputy mayor William
tion out of 'order on the stTeng.
th of section 78, which saill the
,Adams, "and some time ago I saw a dog waiting for the
mayor or any councillor ~'shall
light to change to ""'alk" before crossing an Intersection
not directly or indirectly inter.
on Water Street."
fere in the employment Or dis·
. Councillor. Walter Carter, who had remained quiet
charge of any employee."
through.the.dlscusslon, said with a grin: If the dogs arc
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that Intelligent, why don't we Invite a delegation to come
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-THE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, JANUARY 24, 11163
Through the Peri lous Jungle
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THURSDAY , JANUARY 24, 19631963
The Vocation School Grants
for training and re-training in a
great range of technical skills
that are needed for Canada's eco·
nomic progress and to overcome
the problem of unemployment in
the area of unskill!?d labour.
A project of that kind is sound
and wise and farsighted. But that
is all the more reason why the
special incentives should bp. retaiiled fO!' a few yt'ars to enable
the provinces to take the best advantage of them. It is true that
rescinding the special offer will
still leuve, the Federal Government obligated to pay one-half
the capital and administrative
costs of vocation and technical
training in the provinces. But
the extra bonus for participating
in the crash programme when
available for too short a time
might tend to downgrade it fror:1
a good approach to the future to
a matter of expediency. In the
circumstances, some extension of
the time limit is highly desirable.
Education officials from the
provinces have been discussing
lit Ottawa their request for an
extension of the period in which
the Fedel'nl Government's offer
to pny three-quarters of the cost
of building and equipping vocutional !;chools will be valid.
This was set up as a crash programme and advantage h.ad to be
taken of the proposal before the
end of Man'h, 1963. but not a:l
pl'O\'inces were able to get
propcrly s\urten and some that
did h'l\'e not been able to com·
pletc their specific projects The
rcquc!it i:i now that the time limit
~hould be defencd for three
~·eurs.
In Newfoundland, a very substant iul start was made and most
of the twelve new schools are
mewing rapidly towards completion. But the main thing is that
the purpose of the plan is to help
:the prm'inces to pl'o\'ide facilities
The Franco-German Alliance
Anything that is good for peace
Rnd security is to be commended.
. That gues for the new FrancoGermnn entente which brings
the two nations close together
:liter centuries of conflict between France on the one side and
the German states and ultimately
the Prussian dominated German
Empire nn the other. Three
times within the last century has
France becn it1\'aded by the German:>. And it follows that this
new entente that calls fat close
co-operation in the political, militnry and cultural fields shOUld
be a cause for general satisfaction.
But there is some concern and
it 15 less with the designs of Germany which seems prepared to
play the part of a good European
and to broaden its economic and
:;ccurity ties with other free
l'Ountries than with the preswnpEons of President de .Gaulle
"'hose thinking seems to be more
in tune with that of the Napoleonic era than the present
time. And it is sad to find that in
pursuit of new grandeur for
France, he should turn against
Britain who twice came to the
rescue when the French were in
deadly peril.
It might be thought that a man
of de GaUlle's stature would be
big enough to see the advantage~
of Britain joined in close economic and political co-operation
with Western Europe and acting
also as a major link between the
old world and the new. But he is
fearful of Britain's influence
within tbe European Community
and he seems to want no part of
an Atlantic Community. The unhappy thought must be that success, as it has 'done to great men
In the (,a',1t, has gone to his head.
If that b~ true, the interest of tlte
entire free world may suffer from
it.
Nonsense About 'Separatism
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It might ha~e been thought
that separatism in Quebec received its come-uppance in the last
pro\'incial election but now Dan·
iel Johnson, leader of the Union
Nationale opposition in' the "legislature, has said that Quebec may
be out of Confederation in its
cenlennry year,
Quoted in the Globe and Mail,
,10hnson is said to have denounced the concept of Canadian unity,
claiming the.' goal should be a
uriion of equal partners. Hf~ is
said at one point to have used the
word "co-existence" to des'.:ribp·
relations between Englisn and
french-speaking Canadians.
That Ulere is amounting ·re·
s('ntment in Quebec over the belit'f that the partnership envisaged in Confederation has not been
implemented is a fact. ~ut il1ita~
tion in this matter is hardly likely
to become the core of a secessionist movement unless the rest of
Canada refuses to concede that
French Canadians have a case,
There is still need for that case
to be more clearly stated. '1'00
much of what has been said about
it has been excessively emotional.
But the real grievances that e.. ·~t
can be alleviated imd even eliminated by a sensible approach to
the problem. At the moment,
howp.ver,that approach seems to
have few advocates. But the
French Canadians do not stand
alone. Regional differences are
dividing all Canadians and preventing the adoption of a true na~
tional policy that will bind all
parts of the country together in a
union .that. is truly proud and
s~rong.
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At the moment the'Soviet offer
to consider limited lion site" inspection is no more than an aceeptance in principle of the point
that has been the .cause ,.of·past
deadlocks in negotiations for' the
Nnninl of nuclear testIDg. But
it .till represents a m;;jor break-
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By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON, (NEAl-Five times
in his major foreign policy speech to
the Supreme Soviet on Dec. 12, Chairman . Nikita Khrushchev repeats that he
ordered the Russian rockets and planes
withdrawn from Cuba after "President
Kennedy stated unequivocably . . .
that the United States 1V0uld not attack
Cuba" and would restrain its allies
from any such action.
This is considered an apparent effort
to put Kennedy on a world spot wbere
he refuses to stand. Prior to' Russia's
withdrawal of offensive weapons from
Cuba, in a letter to Khrushchev datcd
Oct. 27, Kennedy wrote:
"We On our part would agree-upnn
the establishment of adequate arrangr·
ments through the United Nations to
insure the carrying out and continuation
of these commitments (to remove lIus·
sian weapons systems from Cuba)(A) to remove promptly the quaran·
tine measures now in effect and Ill)
to give assurances against an inva,ion
of Cuba."
On Nov. 3 it was announced at the
White House that the President han
decided to make on·site verification of
base dismantling a precondition for a
formal American pledge not to invade
Cuba. There is no public record that this
position was c\'er formally communicated to the Soviet Uniol\.
But Fidel Castro, having refused to
permit on·site inspection of bases in
Cuba by anyone-neither the United
Nations
nor the Red Cross-the Ameri.
ceivc them. the gifts would either be
wasted or would do us more harm than can government position is that this
precondition never was met. The formal
good.
Prayer also involves comfort. Many American pledge not to invade has
who ha\'e experienced great sorrow tes· therefore never been issued, although
tify earnestly to the fact that their the blockade was lifted.
sorrow was endurable only because of
IT BECAl'tIE KNOWN later that this
the solace which came through prayer.
original offer by the President not to
Thanksbiving is a true element of
invade Cuba was made when the Natprayer. When we recognize God's hand
ional Security Council's expanded, 15.
as the cause by which oUr most prec·
member executive committee of top
ious gifts are created and conferred,
administration officials was handling
then we know their value and are bet·
the Cuban situation.
tcr able to use them.
When policy·planning staff members
We praise GOd not because God wants
were filled in on the operation later,
to be flattered but because He wants
they recognized immediately that the
to be understood, and we understand
United States was in no position to
Him only when we recite to Him and to
offer
or make a no-invasion pledge.
ourselves His attributes of greatness,
Any question involving the security
glorY, power and love.
Keep on praying.
- Strength For The DayBy EAHL L. DOUGLASS
FOR THE I1EALH OF 'filE SOUL
Why do we need to pray'! Jesus him·
self assured us that our Heavenly
Father knoweth what things we have
need of. Therefore, why bother Him
with a recital of our needs and desires?
He will give us what we ought to have
and deny us what we should not have
Why not let it go at tlwt?
Because prayer is only partly a mat·
tel' of petition. It is also a matter of
praise, thanksgiving. and requests which
involve the welfare of others. Further·
more, prayer keeps the soil in a health),
state. It conditions the soul. as it were,
to receive the gifts of God stands ready
to give us, For we can be sure that if
God Were to give us certain gifts and
We were spiritually not prepared to re·
Letters To The Editor
COi\ll'ULSORY CAR INSURANCE
Editor Daily News,
Dear Sir,--It is now time for "cal'
licence renewal" so it might be well to
ask the attention of the Hon. F. W.
Rowe and his associates to one very
i'mportant aspect, namely compulsory
car insurance.
There are today far more cars on the
streets of St. John's than the city can
tolerate. It is rather pathetic and
sometimes despairing to be the owner
of a car. The produce of hard labor,
beaten utterly to pieces at the hands
of a driver of a dilapidated uninsurp.d
ia lopy that would not even claSSify
for the scrap heap.
Why lIot introduce a protectil'e
scheme? Why not make it compulsory
to produce insurance papers to the de·
partment. concerned, prior to the obtain·
ing of licence plates?
Again, the transfer of cars hr.re, is
very inadequate. For instance a car
purchased privately can be a menace
unless the procurer has had the trans·
fer protected by insurance.
It is a day of too many accidents.
too many unprotected people, too much
careless, haphazard driving. Why not
look to the future with common sense,
and protective schemes for all.
With thanks, ~Ir. Editor.
I remain,
GEORGE H. BARTER.
Our' Local Fire Brigade.
(An old·time poem)
Heurts beat when raplurous tales arc
told
Of battles fought and .won;
or deeds of valour bravely wrought
Beneath the noon·day sun.
But could the silent midnight home
Each mystie deed proclaims;
The poet's pen would be inspired
To praise the fireman's name.
When silence reigns o'er all the earth
And darkness spreads her pall;
When high.brow youths have left their
homes
To fill the banquet hall.
When peasant poor, in lonely cot,
Has sought his couch of rest;
Whcn feathered warbler from the grove
Broods o'er her downy nest.
Whcn lonely sentry keeps the watch
That burglars' deeds require;
When from the towcring bells peal forth
The midnight cry of fire.
'Tis then our fireman band reveal
Their nobleness of hcart,
And rush forgetful each of sclf,
Assistance to iinpact.
Perchance beside some mansion tall,
The flames are sweeping bold,
Where miser strange, with whitened
locks,
Hoards up his treasured gold.
Or by 'some lowly rural cot,
ambush shrieking wild.
A mother craves the fireman's aid
.To save her sleeping child.
In
He pauses not but rushes through
The flame's hot scorching breath.
To gain and save the treasure there,
Or bodly meet his death,
How oft we read of perils great,
Of actions kind and true,
And yet how few o'er all the carth
To firemen giVe their due.
But time will yet proclaim their praise
Of those who thousands aid;
And rich and poor alike will cry
GOD BLESS THE FIRE BRIGADE,
Bible Quotations
And lIe saill unto them, come ye your·
selves apart into a desert place, and
rest lIwhlle; for there were many com·
Ing and going, and they had no leisure
so much as to' eat.-IUark 6.31.
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These words of Jesus were sound
advice for the disciples and even bet·
ter ad\'ice for us who live today.
IT'S USUAL
Galt Reporter
There's really nothing unusual about
a son filling his father's shoes-or, for
that matter, his socks and shirts and
suits.
To hire a lawyer for her burglar·sus.
pect boy friend, a Detroit area girl
staged a stickup. What those two have
in common, it appears, is going to keep
them apart.
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. Up to now the Russians have
obdurately. refused to considtir
admitting neutral inspectors
within their boundaries and have ~
. alleged that this d~mand is an ex~'
cuse for espionage',' ·'TheY·ihave .
contended that It' is possible in
any event to usec'ertainautomatic . devices
to produce the de'.
WASHINGTON
·sired information. But the West
has insisted' that on-site inspection is essential for the detection
of underground tests and that
nothing less will be acceptable.
The fact that the Soviet Union
now willing to agree to this on
a restricted basis should mean
first that Khrushchev is anxious
is
to put an end to nuclear testing
and secondly that he is prepared
to mal.e the opening move in the
resumption of negotiations from
which some positive results may
be expected. His letter andMr,
Kennedy'S response have certainly givEm a more optimistic aspect
to the next round of talks.
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pot
of all Latin America cannot b .
singly by the United States ~\e
the Monroe Doctrine,
. En,
This is a question that ran.
cided only by all the Wester'
phere republics, acting throu!~,
ganization
of American Stat.,
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accounts for the NOI·. 3 ",
Still later, in his Dec . 2",'
"~p~!.,
the. Cuban Bay of Pi'1S priso nerr ':
their ransom and return to '
Kennedy made unmistakabh'"
that he did not c01l3idrr t:letC·'
no-invasion pledge in effect.
He told the invasion hri,arJe \ '
after the Unit.ed States had I.,
Lhe,.
custodian of their battle fla',. .
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"I can assure you that thi' il •.
under th
he returned to this hri~adc in ;' .:.1~~¥liI1allsco
Havana."
That really stirred \I~ th~ R,;,.
~nd Castro.
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BUT THE ~O.I7\'\".\SIO~
issue has now been 11Hlltd
under the rug by thr ,.",llrtlrar,.io'.
joint statement at th" l"nilrrl \,'
endin~ talks on the Cull, ;it'I·I'.'
agreement was p05Sihlc hrc2~;!
United States did not "-in it;
for international im'prcti011 of h;~
mantling,
..tlold Lc Chambre I
Khrushchcv rna)' IHI"il>l;' hOI!
Qucbecers can seen that he could nnt make i
'. b\' thelllselv!
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. planning.
vincIJIg case that a n"'!l1\",;:",
to show e
had been made. for ill hi, t~
our cliltU
speech to the Supreme SII"ie::!
if we want
elared:
a bicultllral al
'In the evcnt of thr-"
country, lYe cal
being respected by thr otiler p,:,;
royal eommissio
would be forced to t~ke >llth'
all 0111' problem:
would he required [rom 11; \I~~t:
said.
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he said that Sll
clrcumstanc(,s. It mu>1 be tim:.
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are useful a
that ollr country will npcer Iml .
lutionary Cuba in Irouole."
Pare ~aid Quebe
One other important fattor,
dc\'clopment shO!
firsi' priority as
the State Department no1\' rep;~;.
still has 100 ~flG jrt fiqh:m
of first ma
launchers at 24 antiaircraft '.'1'
should Ile
helicopters. 18 or 20 tran'nr,~
350 tanks, 1.300 piece, of field
and over 7.500 truck- from
bluc countries. So TIm,b did 1."
YWOOD _ (AP)
Iy . demilitarize Cuha and it m;:'. . ,'toeller qualified
hemisphere threat.
", morics than sor
The doors would thmfor1 ,~:
acts in them?
to be wide open for a mUir:::':
Tony CUrtis. at
the Cuba crisis whenrrrr eith:
boss. t;
starts it.
- What Others Are Saying
~alllIIJJIII" casino
....,;\. soulh shore.
ror the unus
OF ALL THE PEOPLE
,and the spirit of coopmtion
the I)rem iere
Windsor Star
throughout the city. shouid tarl
Enterprises'
f
Any member of a council, legislature difficulty in quickly find in, its
Pounds of Troul
or parliament who regards himself as proceed to develop to its ful!
which was s
representing primarily a certain sect·
Ton), pi
boss
in
the
mo\'
ion of the electorate is not apt to last
ADJUSTING TO
sounded like a I
long in politics-and he' sbouldn't,
much of the !
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Recently there was offirilll,
until a reporter
RAIN IN PARIS
Canada's first "half.way hom!:
lament DC a stu
Mont~eal Gazette
SI. Leonard's House in Win!!!::,
said actors
Paris has a way with anything, and There released prisoners will
production che
now it has turned its attention to the place to stay until the)' can
inmates ta~
asylum."
umbrella. Paris has been having its themselves to normal liring .
that Tony tal
worst weather in years. with pounding ing.
actor.
rains, or snow that soon turns to rain.
The need for a half·lI"ay hO'J;!
you read that
Instead of complaining about whatcnn· kind has long been ,:res;ed tr
llarion Brande
not be changed, the French designers Carabine of the :\atioll~l Pm~
a picture, you
have merely given a shrug of the For one of the 1I'0r.,t things
one of two thi
shoulders, and have found the answer prisoning a man is that it cu~ .
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in umbrellas that should make the woo perhaps for years. front the '
Or the se
used for sh
men of Paris even more attractive than which he must ultimatrly rttUrl
like the sc
ever.
The half·way hous~. or hW!~
actor signed to
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the released prisoner a plaC!
at Marlon. He I
LITTLE PRESTIGE
go to, where he 1I'j1J have
what were st
Aylmer Express
ing and encouragement .::1
boo-boos. M.
Canada fortunately isn't much oC a gradually finds his bearings, In
people to T:
country for titles, either in their dis· he has a better chance of
tribution or their recognition. But for restraint and. depend,'ncc into
some peculiar and unexplained reason and self·support.
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the country. hangs On to the archaic
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custom of handing out high·sounding
'PHONE HOGS
app'laUdf d the ae
labels to members of the legal profesVanCOU\'cr Sun
sion.
It probabh' would ~c e!S)"
These titles, known as Queen's Coun· unmask the Keremroi, Be., p~t~
sel, are not nearly as exclusive as the who refused to }'icld a party li~
words are impressive.
a child hovered near death
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accidentally sla!;hed throat S1EASILY SCARED
chird's mother is right in O~!
St. homas Times.Journal
in making no effort to trac!.
The result of the fluoridation poll in Although phone hogs in some
SI. Thomas was a surprise, not per· U.S. states are gettin~ up to
haps because the vote was against it.' jail and $300 fines. there i!
but in the size of the majority-nearly against this morally Mspicab:/
two to one. The very imposing weight in Canada.
ol evidence by men qualified' to express
Yet when death results rrom
an opinion on the safety or otherwise of selfishness it must coJ11!
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of using fluoridated water, compared close to manslau"hter.
hel
e
ldl
with the complete absence of compet·
But if Canadians, the 1I"0r
indu:
department
ent criticism from the other side, fell garrulous telephone gabbe.r~ U
te~d to fe~r
on deaf ears. The antis' "scare" state· those without the compaSSIon
In the ecOt
ments apparently made I deep im· up in an emergency. and
enterprise
pression. The antis not only flouted the do, some legal curb seems
Such
measur
vigorOUsly worded statements of scien· If the Criminal Code can't
tific organizations but ignored the pro· this offence, perhaps the
fluoridation advice of every medical Transport Commission can.
man in the city-the advice of their
* ~
own doctors.
PREPARING FOR FOll'll
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Toronto Star
PROUD NEW CITY
It i5 welcome news that
St. Catharines Standard
The merger of Nil(ara Falls and a university in Scarboro h~1
Stamford Township, long discussed, talking stage. At a meelln'
most Cana
came· into existence with the New township council and board of
to malutl
representatives
set
up
an
Year as the proud city of Niagara
1r'l
eCOllOmy
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mittee
to
take
the
nrplimi0
Falls. The new city has a population
to
exper
of 53,000, it can boast of the ~eltest toward :;etting 'up the
aOlutiollS
The proposed university il b1
, number of motel· rooms per caplb. of
O'Neil ~id Ql
any tourilt centre in the world, and ed. A 1'l!Cent estimate m~de f4
wheli
it contains an unusually large farm university presidents [ndicat
Koven
1970, if present tre nds
. area.
Niallara Falls, always a tourist cen· tween 15,000 and 20,000
tre, now has room for growth,' and the dents will ,e ,denied a chant!
is!!
merger haa abo resulted in a new lIro· education' becIU!e there.. ,
gressive spirit· which will prove ad· modation for them. EX15tiJI!hl
vantageous to the community, Amal,a· unlveriltle. cannot bandle
matilln hiS itS headaches, ·but Niaeara new onlis wl1l have to be
Fall!, beneflUnc from the experience And ~owhere is the need
gained by' St. Catharines and WeIland, in .Metro.
En~
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Premier Agrees to Proposal
Am.end RNA for Pensions
Hold Election
of Officers
The election of officcl's (01'
the construction and retail sec·
tions o( the Newfoundland
Board of Trade were held Wed.
,
nesday.
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Andrew Crosbie was elected
Mr: Diefenbaker then wrole
Il\.1. I,
chairman of the construction
OTTAWA (CP)-:-Correspond. America Act making it clcar old age pensions to everyonc at soon it would be put into cffect
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section while A. S. Ozark and ence between Prime Minister that the federal Parliament has age 70. The present rate is $65 after the constitutional amend· on Jan. 3 to Mr. Lesage saying
that all provinces but Quebcd
Ihan!lO school~ were forced to Peter Templeton were elected Diefenbaker and Premiers Le· power to enact a plan of con· a month.
ment was made.
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Mr. Smallwood said he felt
Mr. Diefcnbaker, in a letter had agreed to the amendment!
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hea\'y
snowfall.
respectively.
of
Newfoundland
concerning
a
The
federal
proposal
is
an
the
power
to
enaet'
a
plan
of
dated
from Ottawa Dec. 24, and asking the Quebec premier
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William Neal Jr. was elected constitutional amendment for elaboration of Section 94A, contributory supplements, was 1962-when the prime minister to join the other nine "so that
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111\',1 main island, which 'chairman of the wholesale exe. contribu~ory old age pensions passed as the result of a do· inherent in the 1951 amend· was in Nassau-told Mr. Small· the proposed change can bf
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I"ua\l~' rnjo~'~ mild weathcr clltive of the retail section.
supplements was tabled by ~Ir. minion·provincial agreement in I me nt, but he approved of the wood there was no precedent in passed."
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1I;i, timr of ~·car. was COl'.
James Camphell was elected Diefenbaker in the Commons 1951 enabling the federal gov· , elaboration,
1951 for spelling out the details ATTITUDE UNCHANGED
The Quebec premier replied
"l'l'd lI'i:h abollt one foot of vice.chairman and C. Frank Wednesday.
ernment 10 pay the full cost of I ASKED DETAILS
of the government plan, but it
on
Jan. a that since his earlier
,III'''' in its northwestcrn Rodgers as secretary.
---: The Newfoundland premier would bc introduced after the
letters on the subject-on Jan.
r,'~I\'n~. In some areas. ~Iaurice Wilansky, past-chair. Included was a letter from,
I askcd for details of the federal i constitutional amendmcnt h~d 24 and Feb. B, 196Z-he had
,,'hllllis WCI'C closcd and train man of the retail section, reo :'11': Smallwood Dec. 11. 1962,'
i gOl'crnment's plan of supple· i passed Ihe CanadIan and Bl'lt·
found no reason to change his
,'.
"'I'\'i"l'~ ,uspended. In I~uku· presenting the president of thc agreeing to the federal govern·
I mentary pensions, and how I ish Parliaments,
attitude.
: :11'
"ka. threr person~ wcre in· :-Icwfoundland Board of Trade. ment's proposal to ask the
IWhen the constit uti a n a I
,1urcd whrn a train was de· Roy L. Cheeseman, chaired the United Kingdom Parliament to
ERNEST HARMON AFB. - i
~
~ amendment was made in 1951.
\:.,'"
I.Hled in Ihe storm.
meeting.
'amendthe British North Two contracts totalling morel
I ~Ir.
Lesage said. the federal '
,
than $30,000 were awarded the i ~
,government gave the prOl'inces
·~nlr f
Uel~n
Stateside Construction Com·:
a precise outline of its plan.
o\.:
Ll~
1:1.1'
pany of Stephenville, this!
. hut so far the pro"inces had
h" If '11Il'aSl1I'rS in cconomic
, received nothing but lagUe in·
They include a contract for
week,
1,1.llIlImg,
'dications which do not permit
7.
$15.053 for repair to an air·
"Wc ran't work out a half·
: us to determine the import of
1'\Jn or a qlIartN'l1lan if II'C
: the' amendment."
.~ ~
Exercise GENESIS. designed' plained that in the
of:
I
II all\ 10
blIild lIP economic
~Ir. Lesage said he r0111d not
I
tt
k
'10
0
e
ati
n'
abC
UI
mg.
,
,
ud
1'1"lInill~,
We
hal'c
to
work
recommcnd
the amendment to
t
, '.' .....
to study pro bl ems 0f re·en ry I a ac , very c sc c 'Oll r u ,
, Construction ac\il'itl' in "nd
As the year pl'ogrc,scs Ihere
"11\ a filII plan thell work i1
the
Quehec
legislature.
and rescue in thc event of •a ! b~~.,~cen Cana.dia~ Ar~~~ and!
I around st, .John·s i5 I:eaching a will he many millions of dollars
\'111 h~' bits and pieces nc· nuclear attack on SI. John S,' Clll1tan orgamz~\!,on~ ~~\Ih) be:
new peak for winler time.
additional construction in com·
",Wiling 10 our means. This was held at Army headquarters! essential to minimiZe the d.!
Some of the projects now' mercial and private building,;
1~ r~~l\nt1a1."
....' . ": ...
~ewfoundland area, . Fort Pep· fects of suc~ an attack.
,
underway include Stop and' The Housin" Corporation's ex·'
~Ir. Pare said the must jill'
" . " :\t''',
perre!1 recently..
,
The .exerclse was presen!t!d i
Shop Plaza, several com'cnts,: clusive Kel~l's Pond dCl'elop'
l' .... t3nt need for planning
Officers .and scmor NC? ~ ,of by l\Ia~or P. G. Downe, head·
churches and a residence for ment will be ready to roll soon
'\;IS .he support of thc popu·
the C~~a~lan A.rI!'Y. (Mlhha) quartels . Newfoundland area.
the R. C. Episcopal Corporal· as final figures ha\'e been com·
la\ion.
and clVlltan offICials from the and conSISted. of a, senes of
__
ion. two bank branches on Eli.) puted. This area will ha"e ail
"Wr havc to mobilize the federal and provincial g.overn. problems dealtng, With the r~·! After some discussion city zabeth Avenue; cxtensive al· electrical wires underground.
~
l'
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I'c,t hrains to understand the ment~ ~ttendcd the ~xcrclse.
entry of. SI. John s after a nuc, council rlecided Wednesday that terations to main branch ofl
""I'nom~' from its \,ery roots,
'. ,',111"1
OffiCIals attendmg
were lear strike.
. at the first opportunity water Bank of Nova Scotia. Water,
Residents of St. John's' wiu
whit'h will not be eas)'."
Commander E. B. Pearce, reg· There were also demonsha·
d
f Tf
'II b . Strect· larae extension to :-lew I
find soon that they are com·
The aim of thi~ program ional director of Emergency tions or rescue equipment and atn II sJwer b a~~~ les I'~I 50 e I~ foundiand b Brewery' n~rse~!
I pelled to pay their water tax.
w,)lIld he the creation of Measures Org~ni~altion; J. E. Trahdiationr ,monlitotridn g II dde~ices, II ~t o~ tha: B~\lrd I~~b:i~ision an I residence at Grace' Hospital; \
City council decided Wedncs·
4\\1.000 nell' jobs bi 1970 to Young. pro.vmcla emergency
e exe Clse as e a a...
The discussion arose bec~use interior finishing to 14·storey
day that the time has come
"llIph,y those entering thc
; (
weJf~re, sel'Vl~es: Fran~ :U yan ,
the two lots front on Thorburn nurses residence nnd training
when the regulations which
labl'r market by that time.
provmcla.1 fIre COmm.ISSloner;
road and in order to install school, General Hospital: Ches'l
govern this tax have to be in·
"~conolllic
del'elopment J .. F: TflCCO, deputy fIre com·
r .. ' ~ I'!'t'.·· . .
water fadlilies the pavement (er Dawe's housing develop·' City council Wednesdav view· I' forced.
callnol rrsl only on being ~lss,\Oner; D. L.. Bhut1~r, pro·
. :',' ",' ," .. ~\l\n;d
All application from John would have to be cut and reo ment on TOl'bay Road and s~v·, ed without comment a' report I ,City Clerk E. B. Foran said
ahlr to say we hal'e huge. I !nclal Eem~r~enc~ ea tho ser· Hallett 19 Taylor Place \\'ho placed,
: eral private dlVeJIings in I·ari·' from Assistant City Solicitor I that only 80 percent of the tax
rich in~titutions in Quebec," I',lces; :'" lercer, asslsNtant requested permission for' curb
Councillor Alec Henlev said' ous parts of the city.
I Gerald Lang which showed that is payed.
hr ~aid,
cIty englncer'
Inspector
J
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or·
.
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Th
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t
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N rf 'dl d e b garbage collection outsidc the I that If the new pal'ement did
e. lOIS lin OUC les are a . : .' ax Sh arpe 0 f Pal'l'd'Ise, h ad A mUnlclpal
by.law states
mt n." e;1 oun an R J on~ta • city limits was approl'ed by' not' settle righ't and resulted in I so, ?cmg applied to the fil'c. been com'icted in Magistrate's that if a tenant goes into ar·
~~~ip
~s~ector t' H' 0J~' council Wednesday.
water heneath it freczing and )1~llhon dollar trades and tcch.: Court for turning a barn into rears with his water tax, after
RCMP' an ergean . Coa ), As there arc other residents: brcaking it council would in all . meal college.
: a house.
mOl'ing to another dwelling. the
1
•
in
this
area
receiving
this
ScI" I probability have to repa\,e the'
The
new
wing
for
the
Grace,
The
report
showed
that
jlr.:
landlord of the prel'ious dwell·
III thr hri~ht of the rainy
Col. H. E. C. Price, com. "icc. council saw no objection! whole section, He suggested Hospital which. with the nul'S' Sharpe had heen fined S10 or I ing has to pay the tax.
,.'a~on for
~Iutiny on
the
,
.rea, why Mr. Hallett's name could' that council wail until April or es residence. is estimated in sc,·cn da~'s in jail and was or·
Deputy Mayor Bill Adams
.
";'"
Ih\lll1ly and there was no mander Newfoundland
introduced
the
exercise
and
ex.
not
be
added
to
the
list.
'~[ay
when
weather
conditions
the
vicinity
of
sel'en
million:
dered
by
~lagistratc
Hugh
said
this law is unfair to 'the
~l'l'ip1."
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________________________ i would be more faI'Olu·ablc.
dollars. will be built this year. ~ O'Neill to restore the building landlords and that if there are
Curtis also told of his
Counci11or Geoff Carnell said Already work has started on i to a barn by June 1.
regulations which compell the
problems with the same
I the
people moving into their the nurses residence.
: The charge arose when coun· tenant to pay the tax then
,llIllio OI'er the script The
homes could hardly wait until
~Iost of the Protestant school! cil learned t~.at j[r, Sharpe had the)' should be enforced immed·
i': (' ..
l.ad\' L which he was to
April
or
May
for
their
water.
boards
are contemplating new begin altering a barn into a iately.
: I' ':;";,': .. \'~\l~'.
ha,~ made with Gina Lollo·
i Taxi dril'er Richard Brennan in the taxi. he said.
:'Iayor H. 'G, R. :'Ilews suggest·
A report to council from the schools in the SL John's area house. He had previously ob·
~:-~' .. ~ \.\.:.:nl' l'n
hrigiria.
i was forced from his car late
RCMP arrested a youth in city engineer stated that with this year. The University hop· tained a permit from council ed that landlords would not
"I was ~iI'en a first script
I Tuesday by a rifle • wielding connection with the case in the favourable weathcr conditions es to erect an education build· I for the construction of the barn have this problem if they add·
alld signed to do the movie.
JUVenile who was arrested some car at Clarenville. A spokesman the pavement could be remov· ing and a wing to the scicnce I but when it was half built he ed the water tax with the rent
Tl;r script then was rewritten
85 miles away five hours later. said he was carrying a loaded ed and the water facilities and building, Also to be built willj began altering it into a housc. or made an agrcement with the
1~ times.
Brennan said the 15·year·old .22·calibre rifle.
the pavement replaced in two be another $500,000 residence'j Council ordered that court tenant that he pay so much
:"~ "', .' ,', ;·nNe
"I never was consult1!d on
youth
hired
the
taxi
here
to
days.
the gift of John C. Doyle.
action be taken.
each month towards the tax.
,\.;1,
',\;;,
.. h,ll
the chan~rs and when shoot·
take
him
to
Clarke's
Beach,
mg was ~chedllled, 1 was
handed a script I didn't want some five miles south. Then he
wanted to go to "Joey's farm"
": :-\~",~ :;\,t' A \'r('l·
h, do. I balked and even
-Premier
Smallwood's ranch
\'~ :~'r l'\'n.
had my lawyer tell the
home
a
bout
eight miles west of
.,' J :f"t"::l'f rt·
51udio Ihal we would Ule .
Bay
Roberts.
\, '-t . : ,':' ~ (,:\\l1h) Some 20 minutes after we Before they go~ there, the
~~. t.; ,~. l,':,':" t.al-.·
Ihrratrned ~Ilit, the studio
.Tohn J. lIIurphy was clected
vouth pulled the .22·calibre rifle
, !h'1'f!l
~cttled with me. The script
chairman of the retail section
imd
ordcred
Brennan
out,
the
i,lkm,
was a disaster and hasn't
driver said. The gun was wrap· of the Newfoundland Boa:d of
lIrcn done ,·et."
Trade Wednesday during the
\.lkro
Tally g\l:es a more bread· ped up when the juvenile got annual meeting.
and·huller reason for actors
Ron ~lcConnell was chosen
• I; ','~,1 :hJ· an
turning producers.
as
vice·chairman.
I
H ~;~. , ... iil '\'~\i\' \:'
"II's the Dilly lYa~' you can
Those elected to the execu·
keep any money undcr the
.tive for a two·year term were
present tax laws. I can name
Fred Ayre, Richard Price, Ron·
you a big name Rctor of a
aid jleConnell, Norman Newton
"-;" ,,~ ~\'r ;-.cnpt
few years ago - ~'Oll see his
f4nd Hubert Smith; for one
'" '" ;',',: ~\,: "~\'\'l·
~tarrilllt mOl'ies on TV COo'cry
year,
balance of their
',", ',1' :~\' 'C.(npt d~y-who is now employed as Councillor Geoff Carnell said ,terms, theAaron
Levitz, John
a dishwasher in a restaur. I a1 Wednesday's council mecting
~:> \:..:.:.('\~ :,' d(l
Grubb. John 1t!urphy. James
ant.
I
that
the
odor
which
comes
out
• =' ','1--:'~ HI' :Ilnk
•. ~\,.~ I\C( .. tnl't.
Curtis declined to namc i of Kelly's Brook into Rennies Parker and Joseph ~Iurphy.
Maurice
Wilansk!·.
past·
, '\\\ \'''(
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ihr aclor for fear of em. River is a result of the New·
chairman
of
the
retail
section,
hal'rassing him.
foundland Brewery's cleaning
~h'f if'i",r ~\, T.lhlll
who chaired the meeting, said
their tanks .
in his annual report "while
Thc topic was brought up sales have undoubtedlv in·
when couneil received a letter creased, we must cope •inevit·
)Ia~'or Eric L. Teed or
from Harold Lake complaining ably with rising costs; wHh
Saint John said in Saint John about the odor, which at times necd to raise standards of scI"
~Ionday night that rcgula·
Vice, production and
goods,
surrounds his home.
tions under the code arc an
Said Counei11or Carnell: "You and with the changing w~ims
of the customers."
affront to Ihe Canadian eRn almost see the hops."
nation and to all subjects of
In the letter Mr. Lake said:
the Queen,
"I
realize the council has spent
Some Ontario newspapers,
a
great
deal of money in clos·
~Iayor Teed said, fel~ they
ing
in
Kelly's
Brook and mak·
could nDt include the words
"British subject" in their ad· ing the area around where it
joins Rennies River very at1rac·
I"ertising.
tlve
but It appears that since
"I suggest that British subKelly's
Brook was closed in this
Building plans estimated hy
jrct is a t~rm of which one
foul smell is worse than be· the acting city engineer to be
should be proud," he said.
fore."
Valued at $279,400 wcre passed
by
council Wednesday.
Acting city engineer Eric
The plans were for the can·
Mercer disagreed with Coun·
cillor Carnell saying that the struction of nine dwellings, five
El'cr), day, its propagandists
apartments, two
odor came from the old city basement
are busy.
signs
and
a
private two·car
dump drainage. He said this has
"What is more urgent is been a long and big problem garage.
10 demonstrate the role of
Plans were also passed for
and should be a major project
the provincial government as
the
rear extension to a dwell·
guardian of real, not nominal for 1963.
ing on Elizabeth 'avenue and
liberty for the majority of
Council decided nothing de· alterations to a garage on Mun·
the people and not oni)' to flnite except that a deodorant dy Pond road.
the rich."
In the metropolitan
area
will be placed in the river.
Abbe O'Neil said the opplans were passed for the con·
l)Osition between Christian
struetion or a convent and
~ocial thought and the view·
chapel on Topsail road, and a
point of many socialist! has
basement apartment for a
hrcn exaggerated.
dwelling on Portugal Cove road.
"In actual fact, socialism
takes form under methods
compatible wit'h Christian
To be there in person .. , to live through the wonderful tinle or becoming
thought. Without a doubt the
HERE ARE TWO SAMPLE ECONOMY RETURN FAIIES
grandparents
••• to share these moments with the ones you 19ve. Nothing can
negatil'e aspec!!l of socialism
,
ERNEST HARMON IAFB, replace your actual pl·csencc. This year, take that trip, whatever your special
arc well known."
Two
bOl\.quets of fiowers were
reason. Remembel';'your vi5it means as much to them as it does to you. And
C. Stevenson was elected
"Nevertheless" sDcialism
YOU1'trip is short no matter where you fly ... comfortably untiring when you
has rendered great service presented to patlen!!l at the president of the Church of Eng·
fly TCA. Even the farthest point in Canada is only houl'S away by TCA.
to our modern societies de· Harmon AFB hospllal by Mrs. land Institute recently when,
spite its faults. Militant Laurls Norstad, wife of the the institute held its annual
It makes budget-sense. too, when you consider TCA's low Economy Fares.
soclalis!!l have he"iped t1l former NAO commander, 'duro meeting and' election of offi·
Sce UP"' Tl'llve/ Agllll or call TCA 8-7011
propagate a healthy uneasl· Ing a refueling stop here last cers.
week.
Others
elected
1'
0
office
were
ness concerning tbe human
aspect of economic realities:
, General Norstad arrived 'at F. Bowden, vice·president; J.
"Allhougb few people reo
AFB on his way to Murley, treasurer; R. Vivian, se·
main Who still believe iD, the meet with key Canadian gov· cretary.
myth ot completely free eD· ernment officials in ottawa fol· Diiectors are W. Nichol, P.
lerprlse, those' bemiflting lowing his stepping down from Squires, G. Noseworthy, and D.
Stokes. Trustees are R. Feaver,
from the system ,still deter· the top NATO post.
A. Carter and E. Chaie. Audi·
mine most of our altitudes."
The General was among more tors are C. Heath and A. Ran·
Abbe O'Nell said these
For reservations and tickets see .• ,
altitudes are reflected in the than 50 generals, U.S. senators dell.
HARVEY'S
TRAVEL AGENCY
"unbelievable necessity of the and congressmen and other Reports presented by the sr.·
,Confederatlon
Ruild)ng-DI~I 94093
crctary
showed
that
1963
was
a
CRC to defend'l!!leU and to high government 'oCticials who
Newfoundland Hotel-Dial 8·3062
"very
successful
year
for
the
visited
Harmon
AFB
during
prove the validity of its exist·
institut1!."
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.7 the past 90 days.
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I-THE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, JANUARY 24, 1963
Leafs Handle Habs,
Rangers Tie Hawks
SPORTS
DEET
by dee murphy
I'm not certain of just what the
.
have planned for Buckmaster's Field n
Canadian F:orces and other Gove\'nm~~~
have moved to old Fort Pepperrell, but it
that if the sports picture for St. John's IV
consideration at least three major as
. athletics would benefit greatly.
Impc
day and brought New York mnmIng on Wayne Hillman's
Bobby Pul, "lORE SCORES
Rangers (rom two goals back tripping penally.
fllrd, who sC\lrcd only nine Dickie Moll I' e scored the for
a 3.3 tie with National Bathgate also s c a I' c d the
Montreal
goal
at
11:
42
of
the
~llnb in Toronto :llople Len(s'
Hockey
League-leading Chicago Rangers first goal, increasing
lint H r:nmcs, fired two Wed- second period. Henri Richard Blnek Hawks.
his point total for the season to
nrsday ni~ht as Ihe Leafs out· put the Montreal winger in the The tie represented the first 47, one more than Boston's idle
Canadian L~gi
~katro and outchecked :llont- clear and he shifted neatly to
I
point
the
Rangers
had
picked
Johnny
Bucyk.
ni'fht. LegIOn
BOBBY PULFORD
I
CAAMILLE HENRY
n'al l'anadicns ful' a 5 - 1 beat Toronto goaltender Don up in 10 meetings with Chicago Chicago's (i I' 5 t two goals I
WONDERFUL
LOCATION
" Holy Cros
~:Iti"n,,1 \lockry league \·ictoI'Y. Simmons.
"m.lU"·~
this
season.
The
Black
Hawks
came
immediately
after
(oce·.
Simmons, who played a solid
The three sports that could U~e t' .
berth.
ofls in the first period. Stan
Thr win mOl'ed thin1·plaee game in the Toronto nels, had had won the previous nine.
Only
a
spectacular
52
save
Mikita
controlling
the
puck
t~at
providing
facilities
at
the
Field
Ce··
With
petcr.H~
l\1I1""to to within onc point o( little chance on the play.
performance
by
Ranger
goalie
each
time.
Ab
McDonald
got
the Canadit'ns. runners·up to Kelly opened the scol'ing with
give t~em are -soccer, basketball and.
dian win With
lra~U\··lrndins Chil'a~o
Black only 49 seconds gone in thc Gump \VOl'sle), held the Black the first one and Len Lunde the
The
trw
have
been
having
their
troubj.·
Malone
and Ron L
Hawk,. ~tuntrr'l1 had lost ~nly game. sncaking betwecn two Hawk in check until the 150· sccond.
10.00-11.30
the City during the past two or three l'!
I twinbill opened
I'llr of its PI'I'I'ious 16 games. Montrcal dc(enceman and (iI'- pound Henry staged his last pe· Bathgate scored in the second
~1rs. P. Howse
T. S. Clift
BALJ,Y HALY lilES'S
riod hcroics.
period but Chicago a~ain went
and
giving
them
a
basc
of
OPI~l'ation
11~lii'R"''{~
of the league 1\
Onl)' spnnHlkally in the sec. ing 11 bacldmnder past Montreal The Frcnch·Canadian winger up two goals on Elmer Vasco's
Mrs. ~1. Giannou C. J. Doyle
CURI.ING CLUB
wonderful I?cation that Buckmast~r's'
four cUlls with fi
ond ~nd third prriods wcrc the goaltender Jacques Pllmte.
R. L. Templeton A. HaDelt I
TIIURSDAY ,January .24th.
lipped in n long slap shot by screened shot.
w
uld
prO\
Id
ld
1
to play in the reg I
\';lnadicns able to cope with the Douglas sct up the play that Dou~ Harvey nem' the middle EI'en with the tic, howel'er.
C.
Byrne
Mrs.
J.
Stenta(ord'
7.15 p.m.
o ' e wou
SO \'c must of ,
The (irs t place tl
TOl'\lnto ;'Itt;lrk. which netted culminated in his goal, rushing of the final pcriod to pull the Chicago increascd its lead to
B. Rockwell
H. P. Carter
Mell's Trollhy Competition
trou
bles.
rounds
will Ilave a
thl' Lr.1!~ all Ihrir )!o;lls by up the lell side into the 1\Iont· Rangers to within one at 3·2. three points ol'cr second·place ,J. Burgess
1'5.
H. Angel
{innIs
with
the se
:'I: \11 III t hr ~crllnd period.
real zone. IIc scored on centre TIES IT UP
Montreal, 5·1 victims at 'for· G.McNaman
The entry list for the ~tixed
A new track should be ready b~' the
D.BcD
spot
clubs
meet!
Ih'd Kdly and delcncemen Dal'e !\eon's rebound at 8.12. He scored the tying marker, onto.
b
f I
C. Tohin
B. Dobbin Bonspicl for Saturday afternoon
is
now
on
the
nol'ice
board.
At
year
ut
i
t
lere
was
also
one
in
the
center
K.'nt Douglas :nal Allan Stanley Stanley madc it 3·0 at'10:26 on at 14:49 taking n short pass' SoWES:
D. O'Driscoll
S. Dwyer
SHUTOUT
~"llrt'\l the other TOl'onlo goals. a 25'(001 shot aller taking a (rom Andy Bathgate and flip, Hall
7 9 7-23
night from 7 - 9 four ices will the meets would draw many more fans
gctlin~
his first !
I'nl!Md added ;'In assist to his passout (rom HOl'vat~. .
18 17 17-52 A. Boyd
ping a 10·(00ter over the falling Worsley
N. Hood be p~aycd on f?r the HMCS events. With the number of jUnior track
caJllpni~n
Har~e
hI " !:oals and centre Bronco I P.ulfol'C1 sc~red ~lIS fU'st at Chicago goalie Glen Hall. 'rhe
A. E. Hickman ~ucktngham Senes and No .. 5 i entries we have in St. John's it ill.t.
.
T. Byrne
well in the Fellc
Ih'I'\' at h. pl:lyin~ his second 14: .~8 on l high 2o·footer after Rangers had a man advantage
d
. , could
,J. Hopkins Ice reserved for the Selllor· h
J. Casey
(aced a Holy Cro
t ey woul be vastly encouraged to continue '.
~~I\l\' {I'\' Toronlo alter being taklllg a short pass from HoI'- at the time, four seconds reo
D. Landrigan Curling group.
: ~1. Power
not better as the
after they graduate out of the junior rank,l.
:h'Quirrd (nlm "I'll' York Hang. I·ath.
I
i
C
but he rose
rr~ I'n wai,·cr,. had three I Pulford's second ,110al, al 3:01 - - - - - - - - - - D. S. Ayre Results of last n!ght's games
I Dr. Stentaford
and
got his per:
1\~>i,I~.
1 0f the second pe~lohd, was the
HalCS Buskingham Series
Soccer didn't benefit from th2 mOil
G. McGrory
i R. Gallaghcr
prettiest of the mg t. He took
was
Tom
Colling
F. J. Kic\ley-O vs. Mrs. A.
of the Ayre Athletic Grounds and the .
C. Baird
i J. Anderson
a pass from Horvath, rushed up
the spark in
E. Murphy Lush-15.
anCES during the past two ~ummers .
I N. Weedmark
the boards and slipped around
lie got what
Dr. Stentaford-4 vs. A. Fos·
b ro k en any record s and the mOl'e from'
I
~I 0 n II' e a I defenccmen Tom
the winning goal
A. Haynes ter-11.
E. Hickman
,.Johnson hefore pulling Plante
f
h
first frame on a
C. K. How:,e-8 vs. V. Reid
center a town as been the rcason for'
G. Smith
CITY
COmIERCIAL
E. ~Ic:llahon
out of position.
Coultas ann Bol
drop in fans. Bringing the So~':e!' pitch'
B. Devine -6.
BOWLING LEAGUE
J. Greivc
SAVES:
the Crusaders II
K. O'Regan-7 vs. Mrs. P.
to the central area of St. John's ;;hould
13 13 13-39
Schedule for Thursday
J. ~ooper
G. Winter
Plantc
9 10 14 33
January 24th.
Simmons
HO,IIYse -8 . F
h 10
F A
the shot in the arm that the ~pf)rt nen';·,·.·H.:t;nrlPd·l·ans j'umprrl I
"rs. B. ' rene 1'5. • .
b
b
o.
l\IA~D1Y'S KNOCKOUT
Sparcs: D. Sharpe, T. C. Colbourne-8.
ring ack the fans.
"
3·0 with a pair
SERIES
Heckman.
!'t. Pat', and Holy Cross en.
:\EW YORK (AP) - Slim,
't
10
'I
I
markers. Vic
R. LeVI zVS..1 rs.
.
BASITETB
\L L
p~r in all important Inter- slight Camille Henry flipped in
Bartlett-7.
~
i
on a play II
B]ll'flSII CONSULS
7.15
ll\l'lilah' ha~krtball game tonight two last'period goals WednesLast
Night's
Scores
Parker & :1II0nroe vs Paimcrs
C. 1.
vs.
To find out just what the Drill Hall at
.J. Burgess 6, W. Allan 14.
Walsh's Bakcry
Glannou-8.
,
.
F' Id caul d do f or basketball al! I'ou
.1. Herrick-6 vs. F. E. Hue' ten le
the night as hr
starling at!
Household ~Iovcrs n. Godden 7, .I. Henderson 22.
,.\ I il'tory for thr Irish will
-5.
i
is
check
with
League
secretary
Due:.'
Fill~Q;,
Coultas.
Tonight's Games
Mun. Workcrs Harvey Steam.
~trrnthl'll thrlr hold on
!hc
H
.C.
Herder-13
\'5.
T.
S.
I
him
how
mueh
arranginr1
he
has
to
do
if
'"
."',11''''
011\1' scorf' fir
W. Allan '/5. ,J. Hcnderson.
Clift~i
.
b
•.
l."
came at 14.58
tlmd and final pla),off po;i!·
W L T F A PI
J.
Burgess
vs.
T.
Williams.
8.30
·B
3 . '[
\\' II~ to hold a game on any eel'tam I1Ighl and .
th!! mark
;"11 and a l'ru~ader win
will Chicago
22 13 II 12610955
J . G. earns- IS." rs..
I
I Stead Lumber Co. Nfld Arm.
MacNamara-lO.
: you p enty of reason for basketball findin~ J .
sellin!! t
lIWH thl'111 hal'k
inlo first ~Iontreal
1911 14139104 52
BALLY HALY LADlES
I Can. ~Iarconi
C. Barber Shop'
TO~1 ROSSITER
I'lal'r again :IS thry arc noll' Toronto
22 16 7 I41119 51
B.
Rockwell-9
\'5.
R
..
J.
Ross
lent
home.
The
drill
hall
would
be
jlcrfectic::
CURLIl'iG CLUB
i Canada Packcrs
~[unn )Iotors :
tlrrl with ~Irmorial. Sl. Pat's Detroit
19 14 910810747
TIIURSDA Y, January 24th. -1.
9.45
I
i ball.
trad ((lllrlh place Feildi~n5 by ~e\I' York
1323 R 127 146 3~
T. Dunne-7 1'5 .•T. E. .Joseph· .
2.30 p.m.
Dcl·Tile
& Terr. Arcade Slores i
!Il II l'"jnt~.
1 Boston
8 261112318427
Of course this fine buildin!! coull
( 1) ~Irs. Clollston, ~irs. Ben· son-5.
P. Templeton-ll 1'5. R. :\1.
. nctt, :VII'S. Howard, ~lrs. Con·
house suitable facilities for a box·ing.
: way_
French-3.
and weight lifting club and other ,.. uu,.,~
(2) 1\Irs. Dunnc, Mrs. ~Ic· G. i\1. Stirlins-IO vs. V. Clou·
tivities like ping pong. I'm wcll aware'
Grory, Mrs. Wadden, Miss Hick· ston-7.
the project I'm suggesting would be ,
E. F. Kcnnedy-8 \'5. R. Tem· '
man.
(3) ~Irs. Shea, :'.1rs. Parsons, pIcton-G.
costly, but then I also realize that such
1111'S. O·Driscoll. Mrs. Pcarce.
ject could take care of many of lhe iIl1
Tom ]lossiter, Teachers IF
The Ladies Silver 'D" Compe
(4) ~Irs. Hood, JIll'S. Hibbs,
speedy first string ccnter, is
which sports in St. John's 1m had to .
tition was won by the Rink
setting the scoring pace in the ROCHESTER, N.\'. IAPI - )Irs. Ayre, ~Irs. Landrigan.
tend. That sports has become a I'cry .'
Spares: )lrs. Burgess. Main· skipped by Mrs. 'Tinker' Rock·
IIDIP is klUl
Civil Service "B" hocke), league. \ Maury Wills romper! off II'lth
waring,
O'Dca,
Miss
Harris,
~[rs
ant
part
of
the
lives
of
at
Ieaol
iO',
0:
~ctting'
ils ma
In eight games his talented stick another major trophy ~Ionday
it wa~ /:oa Is
has produced 14 goals and set night-the S. Rae Hickok Pro· Croshie.
well who had as her learn
citizens is a fact and it needs ail the.
up 10 others.
'fessional Athlcle o( the Year
mates. ~Irs. O. Wylie, ~Iate;
}!6llllti,~s were R fler
courugement that it can gct.
His Iincmate Maurice Col. award.
ST. JOH;'tI'S
~1rs. C. Elton, Second; and Mrs
got thclII. T
NEA Sports Editor
bert trails him by four points The Los Angeles Dodger sIal'
CURLING CLUB
C. ~lcGrory, Lead.
look a 0·2 "i
NOW IS 'fHE TIl\IE
with eight goals and 12 assists \Vas 1l3ml!d the winner and prc· TllURSDA Y, January 21th,
Duty Officer tonight: B. L.
local polke in I
while Jack Swinimcr of the scnted the $10,000 gold.bud,ied.
IIMCS Buck,ngham Trophy
Coilins.
The time to find permanent home, !o:
!.l. ';1eir alll
Bank of Nova Seolia is third jeweled belt at the Rochestcr
track and basketball as well as othC'r indoor
Ilads an
with 13 points on seven goals Press . Radio Club's annual
(Sllips Names Onl),)
ST. JOHN'S LADIES
W· I
[
I
b
and six assists.
charity dinner.
7.00-8.30
CURLING CLUB
now,
It lin a ew years a I a'-aila Ie
BilI Hull Nova Scotia's calle Wills, a fil'c·(Oot·SCI·en. 157· II. Wylie
vs.
G. Giannou
THURSDAY, January·24th.
City will be gone. There are few open spacs
in~ their ~Pl
cop leads the puck stoppers pounder stole a record JO~ : C. J. Doyle
G. Burneil
A.M.
the present time and before the po\\'ers '.
period the ~Io'
with 15 goals against him in bases last year. That's one of I L. Goldstein
J. A. Stoneman
1111'S. Stentaford. ~Irs. C. W. Icide on the future of Buckmaster's ;"dld tr.!:
ghshod nver the
ei"ht
games for a neat 1.87 the major reasons why hc was E. Btltler
1'' I1rs • Stentafol'd' Rel'll , ,'Irs
Heddle , "'11'5 • S. Iconsider the impact that setting a:ildc a part
last stanza and
b
I.
average. Ern White of High- named the National League's R. Lel'itz
F. J. Kicllcy Bartlell.
I
3·2 ::ame with
ways is second with 17 goals ~lo~t Valuable Player. The ,\5'
,handle sports, would make.
tallies.
a"ainst
him in eight games anrl socmted Press Athlele
of the
8.30-10.00
'Irs • T• Anllerson , .\Irs•• J • I \ •
tIl e Ioca I5 \
b
h
II
I've mentioned my idea~ un ;hi; .
a 2.12 average.
Year and now t e Pro Athlele H. P. Carter
A. Cox Campbell, ~Irs. E. ~[ay, 1lrs.
parking meters il
• • •
or the Year.
i G. Knight
D. S. Dal'is Knight.
to one of the City Councillo,'s al~d he .
the feds were t
TOP
SCORERS
C.
Rockwdl
A.
Lush
it
could
be
looked
into.
I
dun't
expect
behind a hlls~
Grayson has rounded up ALL 20 big league
G,
A.
Pt..
T.
Dunnc
Dr.
Stcntaford
Mrs.
W.
:'.laeNamara,
~Irs.
D.
column
to
start
the
ball
rolling.
but
it
the local cnl
managers to tell you:
14
10
24
~Irs.
B.
French
G.
Bcarns
Templeton,
1111'
S
.
Kirby,
Mrs.
b
bl
f
h
and
handclIfl
T. Rossiter, T.
8 12. 20
Halley.
may e a e to get one or t \\'0 0 t e
ing locals
witho
M. Colbert, T.
• What their clubs' prospects are
7 6 13
10.0U-l1.30
ed parties thinking about a meeting OJ.'
was Don Pierce
J. Swinimer, NS.
• How the rookies look
5 4 9
;I·It·s. C. Pratt
H. W. Kelly
~Irs. Fraser. ~[rs. J. Whelan.
idea. In any event, it certainly woul:
ROIP attack
N. Murphy, H.
:
T.
Woodford
D.
S.
Ayre
Mrs.
A.
Jeans,
~Irs.
G.
Baird.
great
for
City
sports
if
part
of
Bllckm,;:,I"",i,es
While Jim VI
7
2
9
• How veterans shape up
F. Collins, T.
A.
Hallett
C.
Byrne
fiEld
was
set
aside
for
its
use.
a
pair o( ~oa
• What the trade winds blew in.
.T. Herrick
Mrs. W. Cartel', Mrs. HOPkins'1
Gcor~e Grcc
Goalies
GP GA AVE. CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) - C. Howse
~[rs. 1. Bartlett !III'S. Blair, nirS. H. Pollard.
DARTS
." •. ".. _. addcd sin
B. Hull, BNS.
8 15 1.87 Premier Waller Shaw said Tues· ~lrs. A. Lush
,
Larkin. a t~
E. White, H.
8 17 2.12 day that reports he is consider·
FRIDAY, ,January 25th,
Mrs. Strong, ·Mrs. Crane, Mrs. i
Threw my wcekly game in the Club
eonstabl,!, POttCI
W. Moore, T.
6 17 2.83 ing an offer to become the next
7.00-830
Harvey, Mrs. N. GlIshue.
Ion Tuesday night and ran into "·all.I··
for the losers.
lieutenant-governor o( Prince 1A Fosle:
Dr. Josephson
pcnaltie~ ,
•
Edward Island arc "all news" F' A. colbourne
Sparcs-Jlrs. Doyle, 1111'5. D. Dave Gulliver as they dropped Hiill'iell'.
gaml! with
TEAM STANDINGS
to him.
.
?l1t·s. W. MacNamara Wyatt, Mrs. Simms.
•suits into NEWS. We got talkin.g about
recl!iI'inr: t
W. L, T, Pts,
"Of
course,
I've
been
hcar·
R.
~1.
French
G.
Knight
.
P.nl.
.
and
started
to
figure
the
number
of
Teachers
7 1 0 14
is the third )'
Giannoll
A. Cox
~Irs. Hiscock, Mrs. French'l
t L ttl
t
I"
ran
BNS
6 2 0 12 ing those reports for some time G.
series. a b
J. A. Stoneman
A. Lush, Mrs. F. Moore, Mrs. L. Roche. par.
as year a ea~ seven C<l"ues
.
Highways
5 3 0 10 now but all I know is what I
.
ies
in
and
around
st.
John's
and
as
league,.
and
affair,
Treasury
1 6 1 3 read in the papers."
annual
reg
Mrs.
Lester,
Mrs.
Parsons,
number
would
be
second
only
to
tile
many
The 75·year·old premier said
8.30-10.00
Finance
0 7 1 1
the RC~IP
F. E. Hue Miss B. Gushuc, Mrs. Shears.
loops that are running.
Tonight's action will have he did not discuss the matter V. Reid
.~•• In~e. Last sease
H. Wylie
Nova Scolia going against Pin· with government members duro R. J. Ross
games strai
Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Watson, Mrs.
In fact, the number of dart .
ance at 7 o'clock and the night· ing a visit to Ottawa last week V. Clouston L. J. Goldstein
Mounties.
H. Kelly Brakefield·Moore, Mrs. P. Taile.
would rank second only to the numt<:
cap will sec Teachers tanglillg for the national Progressive G. Burnell
next
game II
D. S. Ayrc
D. S. Davis
Conservative convention.
with Highways.
people
bowling
in
leagues.
I
enjoy
a
for th.
Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. D. Clouston,
Arena
next
darts
and
with
Dominion
Ale
Mrs. O. Cornick, Mrs. B. Rock, I
annual Provincial tournament every
well.
the game has been going ahead by
Spares-Mrs. Wills, Mrs. Cox,
bounds across the Island.
Mrs. J. ~1artin.
IN STOCK· CREOSOTE TREATED
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL FAiiS
TI.)RO~TO \(1)1_
Notes
Curling
City -Commercial
Bowling l eague
Intermediate
Basketball
~lerncr-9
NHl Stand"lngs
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1
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SPARKLING SERIES ON THE
MAJOR LEAGUES
Gunti
Setting iAnother Trophy
Pace
I
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allop
or Wills
HARRY GRA YSON
starts
"IN THE DUGOUT"
I
in the DAILY NEWS
on February 4th
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top money winner in 1961, is HARRY GRAYSON, NEA SPORTS
sitting in the driver's seat STARTS THE FIRST OF 20 STORIES
again.
TEAMS IN THE LEAGUES THIS YEAR.
Player picked up $2,140 sec- SON TALKS TO ALL 20 TEAM MAN "
and money In the Bing Crosby WILL GIVE YOU THE INSIGHT 01'
tournament last weekend to CLUBS. IT'S ONE SERIES YOU DON'T
bring his total earnings this
MISS.
year to $9,440.
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"
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,
•
eglon And Feildians Win
Drop Bishops 6-1 Fori'll::
.
Important Playoff Points
,
.1
,:
.,
.,
i' ~
!j'
!.
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HARVEY REGISTERS SHUTOUT
Murphy Paces Victory
"
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by BERN BENNETT
very cleanly contested gum·~. after Kendall made a good slo'
The big question of the I Lester Walsh got the Ccltb I on Butler'.; shot L~",,'·~i·t ban:'
· '...: !,'~ll'l1 ,\llpped Guards 3-1 to move within three points of clinching first place while Feildians
senior High School hockey I rolling at l.11B of the first cd horne the rehound ..
· .,;.~~ F,"I l'll':-> 4·0 to mo\'(~ two points up on the Crusaders in the fight for the third and last semileague is, how do you beat the with Aidrn ~Iurphy dO'!l~{ the
Aiden Murphy took a ~o"'
ORV lIIATTHEWS
unblemished Br. Rice squall. spade work. Derm ConnollY! mouth pass from Jim Fleet ~ .,
· .. ~ \l .•. ,
Yesterday
afternoon
they with a blistering hlueline ,lap. I 9.11 to wind up the scoring.
· W'::', :\.:,'1' 1I'1\'\'I.'Y bllll:king the 27 shots Holy Cross fired his way, Tom Collingwood paced the
stretched
their
victory
streak
shot after taking a pass from
: .. \1:" \\::h \\\'(1 goals and Vic Young and Dave Morris added a tally each.
Orv Matthews, Bill
to seven games with a 6-1 ram- Harry Hamlyn to hit the top
UNEllPS
" ',",.,"': !;,'1~ b:-h a~'\:ollnted for the Legion goals with Dave Fleming hitting for Guards.
page over Bishop's College.
I right cornel' al 11.03 'Jf the
Br, Riee - goal: Ken!!a!'
set Fleming up for the smre
The Celtics played without initial frame.
defence: Hamlyn. Hong, Fie'
•.. '" ,., •. : "1"':11'11 Ihe filth
".'hil.e
Legion
had
a
man
in
Ihe
team
leader
Stan
Cook,
who
is
Three
goals
in
the
middle
Corcoran;
forwards: B. Wals l •
',' • ~\'.' .:',; .. 1\' ;llld ll'an's
slllb1l1.
confined to the sick bed. IJUt session pnl Ihe game on icc for; L. Walsh. A. ~lU1'phy, Stac'
',1,_ \1::): !l\"r 1!:ll1l(,S
It was Ron Lush getting that
big Aiden ~Iurphy donned ,the I Br. Rice. Bob Walsh notched i Connolly. O'Brien. Burke, ~Ial
• '. ,."'" .:. " ,OL"'11131: ;oi('l11"
.. ' t \ . ' . '
, ..
one hack for Legion at 11.00 of
captain's jersey and proved to: his lonc ~oal at 0.24 on , dandv I shall. D_ )lurphy and Furlon!!
· • I,. .'"'. ~~ ',<,h'l' Il';\11\ "ftt'\"
.
the
second
with
~Iatthcws
am:
,
be a real tcam leader seorin~ I play with Lesler Walsh ami
Bishop's Colle:le - goal: Hal
, ,,,,~ il,:: ~'.,\t' a h~l' lniO
jlurphy exchanging passes tn,
I
I I
I
two goals and helping on lwo I Aiden 11urphy. At 1.03 Lester Ictt; defence: ~lercer,Adams
.~,'. '.I.'!· :'1: 'l'll\IHt :lI1d
spring him [ree [01' his c!e\'en- :
olhers.
! W"lsh scI liP )Iurphy for his Thompson. ~lorris; forwards:
, . .:'" , \"".
'~'(\I':t1~1:. in the
.'"
th score of (he schedule.
~
0 M tth
With il1l1rphy searing a I first.
~Iarshall, standin~ all :llartin.
Kellanrl. Summers.
.... ".\. ..
PENAI,TIES
,
I
l'V
a
ews, a stronl~ brace his linemates, Lester I :llonc on goalic Jim Hallett·s I Clarh. Anstey, Spurrell. But·
.'~il\ lin r
Referee Dnffy caller! scvcn left winger for t41e league and Bob Walsh notched single.,. i doorstep banged in a pass at Ilcr. Janes, Young. Wheeler, .
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! Dave and Lambert.
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Both tcams got onc goal while IS leadmg the JUnIOl' Barry Marshall were the other i Bishop's !,oal at 2.27 of the i SA YES:
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,third after he m:d Bruce But-I Hallctt . 7 11 12 30
d' ~'f~:1'7 :\~ :~w ~.1l\1r prothe Legion had a man of .
Hoc tcy scormg pal'a e.
Charlie Kendall tcnded the. ler had a two-on-one break and I Kendall . 6 6 6 18
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veal' the twin bill fniled to draw j asslst:!d to take a two of the season and was nU1kin~
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a big crowe an .nel .er .ga~e. ; pomt ea III t e para e it was spoiled by Bishop's Clar
: :~;, .::" ,\ ".n rnl\'('d to
was up ~o .the cahbre of JI1T1I1hOI : over Ian Campbell of Lam bert earlv in the tll-Ird
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The I'ictory moved Br. Rice'
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with the most excitement for
On and Ian entered lasl into first place two aheari of'
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the night coming in the last night's game tied for the top Prince of Wales. The Colleg.
period of that one.
spot with 17 points each. Ian ians have one game remaining I
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failcd to connect and On' got an~ that is against the CeItics '
2vlavor H. G. R. Mews toda\' called upon ',11 citi,',~' ',\:':; .~ 1'.1::' llf ,';;.rrond
LEGION _ Goal: Gregory; ~ two points. Three players are whIle the leaders have also to !
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: zens to support M1l1or Ho~key Week 111 Canada wluch
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ton; forwards: ;"latthe\\'s, Lush, i points each.
The four points picked uP: commences Saturday. January 26th.
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cr. Power. Pierce)', Kennedy. I The scoring leaders:
~I~ht mto the tluck of the SCllr- ! His Worship said: "It is a great pleasure for me to
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9 8 17 i 15 points. Stan Cook has 14' great nation. to pay tribute to the volunteer workers
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13 6 6 1 46 35 13 bell. Butler. Warr. Yabsl~y, 111. Donovan. L.
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For the first time t~IS ,CH'on ; youn"b people in our community. Minor Hocke\' Week
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watch who
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IS an occasIOn \\ len numerous
F:ur r.f.\!,l:~'n hantil'd willncrs. The first Feild tally
Legion scored twice in the
FEll,DlANS _ Goal: llarl'ey; ~: ~I~I~~:~S~·F.
1~ ~ i~ goals as there wasn't any 111,(>(1 i exhibitions and special events will c1ra.w the attention
· "r -,,",'r >,1·n.,ltle, in the I came with Holy Cross a man opening period Hnd then mat- defence:
HOllse.
Wiscman. I D. Warr. G.
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to call any penalties in the, of citizens to the advantages of minor hockey for
: \\,:h :"'' ~,'m~ 1o the; shy.
ched a second stanza marl,cr Wicl". Seaward; forwards:
youngsters. and to the support which they should
by Guards.
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Dowden, Collingwood. COHltas,
Legion's goalie. Eric GI'cgory,
give to organizations entrusted with the promotion of
Orv ~Iatthews got LegIOn Morris, .Jenkins. Davis. Young, I increased his goals against
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un~er ":ay after .19 seconds of ! Carncll.
average by two goals over Neil
this sport in our municipality.
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a.et.lOn III the flxtur~ as .he
HOLY CROSS-Goal: :\oftle: Winsor of Guards last nigbt.
Seeing their first NAIrA
"Hockey is Canada's National Game, and: prohfinIshed off a play WIth lIhke defence: Pat Densmore, ~la\1n-1
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, action of the season on Fl'ida,' •ably our main sporting activity. It is played here with
11'Ilurph y and ~11.l Malone.. It cler. Grant. Dinn: forwards: AITheir records:
. night the Senior CallS will pral'- . the greatest enthusiasm and with great ability. and
was 53
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hlt~lllg
un~sslsted
bert,
Ryan.
Lacey.
Henrn.Hoi·
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12 20 1.67 Coach Dick Parsous has called
gio~ what .turned .out to ~e Gover. Peter Den,mnre.
i n. Burry. L.
1 3 3.00 an ol,en drill with all plaj'l'[s most supporl. In addition to providing youth. with'
thclr margin of. victory. 1IIs
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13 23 1.77 registercd and wishing to at- pleasurable <Inc! healthful recreation. it contributes hI
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goal came with IllS own team a \
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the middle slama with young HARV1W: ., .. , .. Il 10 11-27
a large turnout is rcquested. : citizens .
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Dave Fleming scoring his third NOFTLE:
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SANTO DOMINGO (AP\Felipe Alou, oldest and best of
the three Alou brothers on the
San Francisco G i 8 n t s. announced Monday he h ad returned his contract unsigned to
the National League baseball
club.
DON PIERCE
Alou did not divulge the
terms in the contract but ad·
mitted it contained a sizeable
increase over his $18,000 pact of
a veal' ago.
.:\ think I had a good season
in 1962," said the 27·year-old
outfielder, "and I think I deserve more than they offered."
Alol! did not say what he was
demanding but it is believed to
be $30,000, which would repre·
BE!.L ISLAND (Staffl-Aller sent a $12.000 raise.
bringIng back hockey to Bell
A 6·foot, 195·pound, rightIsland with plcnty of hard handed hitter, Alou batted .316
work the Bell Island Hockey' in 1962. hit 25 home runs and
I.eallue Is trying 10 organize drove in 98 runs. He was se·
a School League fo rlhe Bart- lected by opponents as the
lell Memorial Arena here.
alternate right fielder on the
Hopes of the League call (or National League All-star team.
the school loop to swing Into
Felipe's two younger broth·
operation tbls week. Last ers, Matty and Jesus, also arc
year a league was started but members of the Giants. All are
failed to finish with St. Kevin's outfielders.
and SI. Bonlfact's entered. It
Matty played with the Giants
Is not known yet how many last season while Jesus, the
schooh will enter Ihe league youngest, was with EI Paso of
this wlnler.
. the Texas League.
Try For
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CHARLOTTETOWN, p,
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E.I. (Special)-Bob Mar-
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The best in owling!
Ishall,
a former st. ,John's
!Junior scoring champ, tallied once and assisted on
another goal as St. Dunstan's
University
tied
Mount Allison 5·5 in a
Maritime Intercollegiate
hockey game here last
, night.
His
production
last
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and two assists in his last
two games.
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HOUSTON (API-Yogi Berra,
DOli Drysdale and Dick Groat
shared baseball awards Tues·
day night with a National
League umpire, Dusty Boggess.
A sellout crowd of 1.000 hon"
ored tbe three major league
Robin Short, one o[ the bet. stars and Boggess at a dinner
tel' baseball players in the sponsored by Houston Coils and
City, was announced last night the Houston chapter of the
as the coach of the Holy Baseball Writers Association of
Cross Senior hoop squall. America.
l\llke Wooels, Public Rela·
Berra, the New York YanKee
tlons Director for the lIoly veteran who will be a player·
Cross Assoclation made the coach this year, received the
third Tris Speaker award for
announcement,
outstanding
eontrib uti a n 5 to
Barry lUaunder will worlt
baseball.
as assIstant coach to Short
Boggess was presented the
while Frank Crocker was
first
Bill Klem award as the
named manager for the squad.
National League's outstanding
umpire of 1962.
Drysdale, who had a 25·9 sea·
son with the Los Angeles Dodgers, received the Dickie Kerr
Trophy as the Pitcher d Ihe
Year. Groat, recently traded by
Pittsburgh Pirates to SI. . Louis
Cardinals, . received the Eddie
CLEVELAND (AP) - Come- Dyer award for outstanding
dian Bob l-:ope was one of three leadership.
new directors named to the
board of the Cleveland Indians
INSIDE THE EARTH
at a stockholders' meeting Mon·
There are temperatures hot
day.
enough to vaporize iron be·
. others added to the baseball neath the earth~s thin, fruitful
club's board II' ere Maurice crust. Here pressures, are so'
Zaltzman, president of Bobbie great that rock remains in a
Brooks, Inc., Cleveland·based state of glassy solidity, being
apparel firm, and Lee R. Jack- heated far beyond its melting
son. former president of the point. These elemental forces
Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. occasionally breach a fracture
In Akron.
. in the planet's sheell and cause
Hope, Who spent most of his what is known as a volcano.
childhood in Cleveland. heeame
an Indians' stockholder in 1946, of the Tribe changed hands {or
whell Bill·· Veeck,' bought the the third time in 13 years. A
GERRY LAllEY
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American League dub, This is 19·man syndicate, headed by
general "manager Gabe P,)ul,
Connors and Albert Ash went his first time on tbe board.
Last November the· ownCl'ship paid $6,000.000 ror the Indians .
to Bell Island.
Coach
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110ckey team suffered their first
defeat in six games last night
a.~ they were stopped 7·2 by the
Island All·stars in an exhibItion
game at the Bartlett Memorial
Arena here.
GoIng into the encounter thp
University club had four wins
and a tie on their record. Last
week they stopped the Island.
stars 4-2 with a great third per·
lod comeback.
Junior GerryLBhey paced the
hometown win last night with
• pair of goala while Hal Shep.
pard. Graham Janes. Mike Nor·
coU, Gerry Taylor and veteran
Gordon Rees were adding single
tames,
John Kavanagh and Alf Crane
hit for the Memorial goals. It
was 3·1 for Bell Island after lhp
first period' and the .home towb
team held a . "2- edge .!ler two'
stanzas. Eight of the ,ten penal.
ties· cal1~d by refe~ees Stan
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~Iany happy returns of the
,by \0 Aidan Joseph (Jimmie)
O·1'('oit-. III Bullcl' Slreet, who
i~ ~clehratinj: hi~ 11th birth·
tI,'r loday. Grcc1in~s come from
"unl Kil and Uncle Lar.
nmlE ASn SCHOOl.
Thl' !tome and School Asso·
dali~n of the Sall'alion Arml'
Ilaln(ln Elcmcnlary Sehooi.
"1I~l1ls Annue, will be hold·
an; d .1umhle Sale in the audio
\\'rilll11 .'n Sall1fda~·. Jan. 26.
al ~ l1.m.
l'\EW ARRIVAL
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
stac)' at Gle),nco Naval Hos·
pital. Georgia, a baby boy, 7
Ibs. 11 ozs. an Jan. 22nd. Mrs.
Stael' is the former Barbara
Par~ons, eldest daughter of
rrr\\'
~Ir. and ~Ir~. H. Parsons, 29
l'hr l1l~nlhly mrrting of the Gra\'rs Street. We extend con·
,',m31Iian Frdrraliun of l1ni\'er· gratulations.
~'I~ Womrn will br hrld ~!on·
lIa) .•1an. :!l1. at 8.15 p.m. in IIIRTIII>A Y GREETINGS
Ihl' Social nO"111 of ~Icmol'ial
Birthrla)' greetings are being
\lnil Cl'!'iiY. The Plcst speaker extended to Harr), Wells of
Will hc ~Ir. ~lichacl F. Harring· the cit)', who is celebrating his
:.'n, and all members arc ask· hirthday today, January 24th.
",I 10 atlrnd.
Greetings come from his family
and friends.
IS 110:;PITAL
~Ir~. Rulh ~Iorris of Glen· USC
dale. ~lo\111\ Pearl. is at present
, Once InY children were
I r~li('nt at Ihr Gcn('ral Ho!'· slan'ing; now the)' live on miik
l'il.l1 where shc is making powder and cookies", were
~ali~factor)' impl'lwcmcnt. Her the words of a gaunt eoolie
frirnds lI;sh her a speed)' re· from the l'iI1age of Punji In
c~I't'r)·.
India. The fa mil)' was waiting
for the jeep ambul3nce which
ORO P.\RT\'
dislributes Canadian milk and
The SI. ,John'~ Ro),s' Club peanut butter biscuits through
will hold I card party Thurs· the Unitarian Sen'ice Com·
day ..1an. 31. at 8.30 p.m. There mittee of Canada, USC bisWll! he pri~cs,
hlcky draws. cuit.~ hal'e become a password
and a door prize. Patrons are in the \'iIIa~e, according to an
l\~kcd to I"INse brin:; their Indian ~ocial worker.
Six
own ba~krl5 and cards. and tca pounds of biscuits are made up
will bl' ~Cl'\·('(l.
for the USC fur only a dollar.
Headquarlers for the voluntary
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rclief agency is 78 Sparks
The m~ny friends of Bob Strcet, Ottawa 4.
I.CII;! I\ill bc SOff)' to learn he
i~ ~:ill a patient at SI. Clare's IN HOSPIT,\),
;'Ir~y Hospital where he is un·
John Hannaford Jr. who is a
del' obscr\'ation.
patient at the General Hospital,
underwent an operation Wed·
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nesday and his condition is des·
lIa'·c )'ou contrihutcd yct to cribed as satisfactory.
Ihr :'\clli.,undI3nd ;'Iarch of
f'limc.5: The c3mpai;:n ends on
.13n. 31. If )'ou hal'e put off
!cndin~ in your contribution,
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Dear Mrs. Lawrence: I Am
separated from my husband.
As he usually lor gets to send
support money for our B·year
.old boy, I work to make sure
thai we eat. Yesterday, when
I got home a neighbor tele·
phoned me to 'suy that if I
couldn't take better cal'e of
him I shouldn't have him. She
said it was shameful the way
he had 10 hang around :lcr
yard with her kids after school
because I wasn't home. I can
give up our apartment and go
home to my parents, if you Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Butler, 120 Gower Street. wish
think il would be a good thing. to announce the engagement of their eldest daughter.
Elizabeth Margaret, to William Joseph, only son 01
ANSWER: Stop trying to
Mr.
and Mrs. Vincent Grant, 220 Pennywell Road.
qualify yourself for some·
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award.
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QUESTION: I hal'e always
wanted a mink jacket. For
our 25th wedding annil'ersary,
my husband is letting me
select one as a gift. How can
I be sure that I'm getting a
fine quality fur and how tlo
I decidc what style and color
are best for me?
You're doing the best you can
by your child, so stop belit·
tling your best. It's a good
best with me-and I bet It
mi!:ht look like a pretty !!nod
hest to this critical ncighlJor
if she were told about the kind
of care you are giving your
boy by II'orkin!! all da)' to earn
him the primitive essentials of
food, shelter and winter cloth·
ing,
This is a questiun Ihat faces
many womcn, and this· advice
comes [rom Lce Levy. a wcllknown New YOI'k fur designer:
~lost
important, buy your
luI' [rom a reputahle store 01'
furrier. Also rcalize that there
will be a wide variation in
price, depending on the quality
and number of skins uscd.
A fine quality mink can be
rccognized by the height of
top 01' "guard" hairs. which
should be high cnough to co\,er
the "underground" hail', yct
110t so long that it is hrittle.
The luI' should be silky yet
have su££icicnt undcrground to
hal'c body. On the otherhand.
mink should not have a hC3':Y,
lI'eighty look.
Why don·t you tel! her about
it?
And when you've enlighten·
ed her, how about o!£ering to
pal' her for supervising YOUI'
youngster between the time he
gets home from school and the
time yoU get home from work?
Spanish.acccntcd acccssories 11ft this great bathroom out of the
decor<1tive rut. Terry lowels are in wrought iron pattern.
I would likc 10 see vou con·
sider this critical lady be·
cause her cl'iticism of you may
derive from genuine concern
for your boy. If you straighten
her out on this suspicion of
youI' neglect, it is possible that
her understanding will reach
out to embrace you as '.,·el1
as him. And you will have
made yourself a special kind
of friend.
Half-Batll Tal(es
011 New LOOI(
ny KAY SHERWOOD
Facing.lifting changes are
taking place in the home's one·
half bath, as the real estate ads
call it. The one·half hath is the
nook some refer to, rather
grandly, as the guest bathroom
01' powder room. Ours seeins
to function more as way station
for assorted youngsters walk·
ing through the house.
The idea of relreating to your
parents' home is part of YOUI'
rlistrust of the kind of care vou
are giving your boy. This dis·
trust is the besetting problem
of mothers in your situation.
It derives from their insistence
on measuring their mother·
hood against the kind pro·
I'lded by women whose hus·
bands fulfill their fathel·hood.
As they don't possess such hus·
bands; they get a false mea·
surement. They are so intent
on what they are unable to
gil'e their children that thev
lose sight of the value of what
they arc able to give. It isn't
fair to anyone.
o[ mcdicine chests. la"atorics
set in counter tops. and WJllpaper. rich in design interest,
are dil'erted to this area.
The addition 01 an antiquca mirror, a console dressing
table, lanterns wircd for elec·
tricity _ finds favor. Linens
destined for guest bath II s e
are in greater variety, too, as
YOll shan see. Brilliant or off·
beat solid colors in terry cloth
and Paisley bordered or im·
ported Irish lincns, promise a
new, more sophisticated look.
The last time I look notice
of the 5 e nooks in fanciers
homes, the decorating theme
Cut 1 roll PhillsbUl'y Slice
ran heavily to French poodles,
II' Bake Cookies into l,·inch
bl'illiant, jeweled shells, or
slices; arrange all slices on
"bright" myings printed on
bottom of un greased 13 x 9·
wallpapers and plaques. That
inch pan, ol'erlapping as neceschanges are in the making was
sary, (Slices will bake to·
brought home. literally, to me
gelher. ) Bake at 375 degrees
during the recent holidays.
lor 15 to 20 min lites.
Tyler, our 6·year·old, was 3~'
1 roil Phillsbury Refriger·
signed to tidy up ollr "guest
Combine 1 package (8 0.)
ated Slice 'n Bake Cookies
hath" hefore a party. After
cream cheese and 2 tablespoons
1 pkg. 18 oz. I cream cheese
polishinl: the lal'atory. she
milk. spread ol'er hot cookie
2 tablespoons sugar
hung up as guest towels the
layer. Then spread with I,~ cup
1 tablespoon lemon juice
oldest, most tattered ones wc
red raspberry preserves. Cool
1 teaspoon lemon rind
own. As she explained later,
hefore cutting Into bars. Makes
h cup shredded coconut,
she dicln·t think we'd want to
toasted
about 2': dozen.
waste good ones in the small
l\Iaraschino
cherries
During the night a \'ISlon hath. But a friend set me
came to Paul: a Macedonian straight: "How chic of you."
Slice cookies as direcled and
stood there appealing to him
she caroled, "to do your bath·
press
out in ungreased 13 x 9·
and saying, "Come across to room in pro\'incial Victorian."
inch
pan.
Bake at 375 degrees
1I1acedonia and help us." (Acls
tD
20
minutes
until golden
16:9. NEB).
Traveling the social circuit
hrown.
Cool.
in hetter-drcssed homes, I note
Combine
cream
cheese.
PRAYER: We pray, our that greater dignity and elelemon
juice,
lemon
rind.
and
Father, that we may heal' Thy gance is the aim in the powder
call when il comes to us and room, too. Interesting acces· sugar blending until smooth:
spread on cookies I aye r.
be ready to serve Thee by ser· sories spark the scene:
Sprinkle
with coconut and cut
z·. ' ylng our fellowmen in their
into
squares.
Top each square
needs, whatever that need may
Spanish door knockers are
Nobody ever got on In this be. In the namc of Christ, who used as towel holdcrs; antiquo with a maraschino cherry.
world by telling others ...mere 10
taught us to pray, "Our Fath· cd gold soap holders, hand· :<Olakes p~ 10 2 dozen.
get off,
somely ornate mirrors instead
er who art in heaven. Amen.
Tutti Fruiti
Squares
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Present-For You and
'( ours ... If shopping, get out
early so you won't have to bat·
tIe the crowds. 00 Ihe job,
bring your work to the alten·
tion of the boss a~ he is in a
receptive mood and you may gel
a promotion. Reach a definile
underslanding'regarding share in
nci~hborhood' project 50. that
there can be no arguments later.
Pasf • , . Among the famous Fufure ... A ncw l:r:ol
people born 00· J an. 24th were guard rail whi~h ~ilI
Frcderick the Great, Kiog of "center mull" cr"he: m;I"..
Prussia (1712);
he produced comm,r,'ll!•. '
.. Jo,cph
A . Hodges
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Choate, br~lhant mencan lury will be built 10 ah'or ,.
lawyer, dlpk,mat and orator.
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.... b
() RJ2); and Edith W hart 0 n, Impact of 'k'ddmg Qt
Am:ricon novelist.
control automobib.
h,
The style and color of the
mink jacket a woman should
bllY depends on her size and
build, skin tone and hair color.
There are 28 mink mutations
Or colors. ranging from black·
est black (which is very rare),
to whitest white, which is
equally rarc. There arc dcep
brown ranch minks and lighter
hrown ranch minks. There are
emba 01' mutation minks in
grey. blonde. violet and vary·
ing shades of each.
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The Day Under Your Sign
"RtES IB.,n M",h 21 to April 191
ti~m to' he 'It W:lf with YOUfSC1f,
flllcirll,; it diHicult to rn:l.ke up yO:Jr
rOll
Skins s 11 0 ul d he lI'ell
matched. There should be as
Iitlle color \'ariation as pos·
sible in either a coat. jacket
or stole.
She might reluse. of course.
jusl as you might realize that
she is nol the person wilh
whom you want to leave your
son,
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BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
Birthday greetings are being·
~xtended 10 Mr. R. F. Arns
(Fred) of 24 ~Iaple Street, who
is celebrating his birthday to·
day. Greetings come from his
ramily, 20 New Cove Road.
Ask The
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impressive devotional was given
by Mrs. Austin with Mrs~ Pap·
istick at the piano. After the
business portion of the meet·
ing lVas fully discussed, Mrs.
Pitt entertained the group with
picture slides of the family's
vacation abroad. Group memo
bers are reminded that the
next meeting will be held at
the Gower Street Manse, Corn\\'al1 Heigths, Feb. 12.
AllY penoll5 'II'lshlnl to
,Iat'e 50rial noles In the
Sodal Column mal' do 50
b~' call1nlll 11·2177-8,9, or
'IIrlllnl to the DAIL'\'
SEWS OUlce, Duckworth
The ,Mature
Parent
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mind.
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TAURUS IA.,il 20 to M.y 201
YO:I Inl}'
LIBRA IS.pl. 23
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Doni J::"t In to
fed out of 50rl~, \\hich (oul,t le·~ O\hc~~ ;'c.:r 3~,;'~';~:',c; 1: '.
from roor diet
(If
emclion.ll
Ul'~rt.
GEMINI IM.y 21 to Jun. 21)
(nrre;rontien':e" (ontin'Jell to
:\I1'1wr:r at r".l~t
Ibe
pile t:P,
o1d~\t l~ltt'r!l.
CANCER IJun. 21 1o Julv 211
R"'l1,.IlC':" i~ tinder 1l!1.'J~t:11ly J:'ood ~5·
l'~C~\ ior Ihe C:tncrr·born,
LEO {July 22 10 Aug. 211
SAGITIARIUS [tI". 22 "N.
J",.en!or~' th!~ r::~":,~'_ r·~;;:~~.,.·
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CAPRtCORN I De<. 12 I, Jr'.::1
'fl:l n:a~·. recel·.~
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~uq'ri,in~ den""rmen~ thi"'. t'l'enlll~ may
hrin;:, rl~:'I~ure .am\ Hhshr:llon.
VIRGO IAuq. 22 10 5'01,221
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Aloha Loaf
Once again, canned salmon
proves its I'ersatility in a no\'el
yel'sion of old fal'odte, salmon
loaf. Hawaiian Salmon Loaf
has a sUl'prise centre layer o[
canned pineapple spears-the
canncd fish. The unusually
moist. but firm, texture of the
loaf is due to rolled 0 a t s.
They also add a subtle nutty
f1al'or. A mildlv sweet·s our
sauce is the perfect accompani·
When faccd wilh 50 wide a ment.
choice. it is only natural to
IIA WAIIAr\ SAJ.~IO!\' LOAF
become confused. Here are
guidelines to color choice and
4 cups canned salmon (2,
style:
1 pound cans)
'; cup finely chopped green
A blonde should not bill' a
pepper
mink with grcy tones. . Her
4 tablespoons finely minced
skin will look drab. She can
onion
\l'ear thc deep browns. the
'. teaspoon dry mllstard
beiges.
I teaspoon salt
Dash pepper
A gray·haircd woman should
CLIPS rolled oats
not weal' light brown 01' hci~e.
" cup milk (approximate)
She should choose only the
I, 20·0unce can pineapple
darkest ranch minks.
spears
,~ cup brown sugar
Brunetles arc hest in palel'
2 tablespoons cornstarch
toned furs.
'i teaspoon salt
1 cup water
Redheads are lucky. They
1 cup juice drained from pine·
can wear any mink color be·
apple
comingly.
One·third cup vinegar
Pineapple pieces
1 tablespoon' butter
If you are shorl, don't wcar
~, to ~. cup thinly sliced green
a jacket whose skins run
pepper
horizontally it will make yo~
look dumpy.
Grease a loaf pan approxi·
If you are oyer 5 fect 5.
matell' 9x5x2'1 inches. Pre·
you can wear a jacket wilh heat 'oven to 3;5 degrees F.
a laa'ge coilaI'. If not, buy (moderately hot), Drain and
one with a small collar, 01' no flake salmon, resel'l'ing liquid.
collar at all.
In a mixing bowl, thoroughly
blend chopped green pepper.
A small woman should weal' onion, mustard, one teaspoon
salt. pepper and rolled oats.
a short, not too full jacket.
lIIeasure reserved salmon IiqA tall girl can wear a longer . uid: add enough milk to make
jacket with fuller sleel'es Ih an a total of 1 cup liquid. Blend
would be becoming to her into other ingredients. stirring
with a fork until thoroughly
shorter sister.
moistened and well mixed.
or course, Levy went on to ~1ix in salmon w~ll. Pack half
say, these rules are very or salmon mixture into greaser!
general. But if a woman ap· loaf pan. Drain off and reo
plies them to some extent and serve j II ice from pineuses her own good judgment, apple spears. Arrange length·
she'll buy the jacket, coat or wise over salmon, one layer
stole that she likes hest on her· (about 8) of pineapple spears.
self. And it will please her Cover with remaining salmon
mixture, packing down well.
husband, too.
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PEPPER S.II'(E:
~l eas11l'c juice [ro~
apple: if ncc(';'«r), a~j
to make one cup. [n!·.
~allcepan
tl1"ro\1:h1,:
brown SU}!3r. corn~ta~(~.
Blenrl in one CliP ·.Ia!!:.:
apple juicc. and rine,!:
stirring. until nlixtu:a'
and Ihiekens. is c:,,:
smooth. (ut up cnou;\
maining pineapple !rE'-'
measure 1, to l\\'o·lh::~.
pineapple piew. 5t:;:
sauce along wilh butler.
mer a few minute;. .
minutes bell1~e sel""';.
green pepper strips.
Makes ahout 2 CliP!·
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partner gave her a chance to
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pass she should take advantage
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of the opportunity.
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Blame for missing the easy
MI Meal
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game falls right on South's
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shoulders. Her first bid was
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fine.
It: always pays to explore
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major suit possibilities.
.lppellaUon
Her second bid was inade·
DOWN
quate.
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1 Boy', name
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bidding that many players
Medilalion
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overlook. This is that when you
3 Trlest& "Ine
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know where you are going, go
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no·trump type hand opposite
an opening bid. Her spade reo
sponse had obtained the infor·
mationthat her partner held a
minimum or near ininimum,
but Sout:h surely wanted to be
in three no.trump and should
Itave bid it.
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suit at the rive level. If he
chooses either hearts or dlamondB you wll1 pass,
TODAY'S QUESTION
You bid four no· trump and
your partner goe's to fiVe clubs.
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Montreal Stoc:k Exchan,e-Jau.:l3
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1300 860 B40 810 -20 V.nderhl
200 300 295 300 +5
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Graduate Nurses are urgent.:
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600 500 4606 500
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11:;!:; Rumer Godden. author of such following Cottage Hospitals: [ REG. 1.
CoronaUon
925 m, 7\l 7'h
mine, .nd 01. 952,700.
Can MS
3000 22 21', 22 "", bestseller hooks-later turned Bonavista, Burgeo, Hr. Breton" fNSURA :\CE
Crush
Int
100 $19
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530 S50 60
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5100 10'. 9', 10', -', directed by Lewis Gilbert A
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3BOO 6011 59')\ 60 + II
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2400 $31 301. 31 + \1 Bor, War
2300 m. 43 43', + Ii>
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13600 29:l~ 29h, 29'~ ~ 3~
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1800 2m 23 23 - \\ 20th century and one of its leadMB PH
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700 101. 10," 10'.... "
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4600 24'.\ 23,1 24 +" ing students has been appointed ments. Memoranda of the ac•
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3100 5S1'. 571. M +II no professor of meteorology on
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1500 391\ 39'h 39'\ + ')\ the campus-in Ihe l8nos the po· nomic affairs division, and C.
20,00 worth
Noranda
685 533 3m m~ _ \, Coca Cola 1100 89 8m 6m - ¥.
C. Eberts, Canadian high com- dp ....
NS LP
3352 $23 22% 23 +11 CBS
UBIlO 48\\ 47'1. 48 ' + 'h sition was so far ahead of the mission in Pakistan.
Cheap
Reliable
Elpctricity
20.00
Cash
Ont Sle.1
1025 '16 16 15
Coml "olv 3700 2~" 25\\ 2~" + V. times that the professorship
In and Around St. John's
Page lIer.
410 $23'18 23% 231> + \0 Con EdI,
3800 861, 85V. 66 - I.
20 Ib, Turk~
lapsed after a pioneer profesPenmo..
50 $3511 381'1 381'1 +2'1. Container
5700 21\> 24'" 2m
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Price· Br
1450 $37'% 3711 37'1 + \it Can 01
4900 561. 55\> 551~ - %
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100 441\ 44'4 4114
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formerly
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to do is orde
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with daily jet flights. In recent
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SI. John'~ 1201
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2900 114'-'.IW.114\/, + '. was only of academic interest. ground for fallout.
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Jan. 25, Will
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~4000 45\. 441> 441,
of the debris of nuclear testing. almost entirely in the northern
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125 $47 46% 47 + V. G,n Elec 23000 79% 781. 7m + '\ s:areh, Dr. Brewer plans to be·
CONNECTIOS
still
to
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T Fnl A 1725 $l5v' 14'l\ III'.
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Dr. Brewer was commended
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9Yo 10
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atmospheric physics-the found· for his wartime research. For
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1600 47\1 461< 4m +1 hopes to in ~rease his staff to senior scientist for a British
SI. John's
Vn Steel
325 S6% 6V. 6% - % Goodyear
1800 3% 35'1. 35"" + II take over graduate instruction
Jan. 25, will
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Jan. 25, will
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1000 14 14 14 -1 Litton
11300 srn 6611 6611 - "
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Brune.u
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2400 2~" ,
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ing 10 chairs, you can be
Bssured of prompt, effici'
em, sanitary service. No
waiting problem, 24 New
Gower Street opposite Ade·
laide Motors Ltd.
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NOW IN STOCK and reason.
ably priced, WIlOltOP, Reversible, All Wool and
Springfilled Mattresses. All
locally made Mattresses for
Bunk Beds a specialty.
Springs and Daybeds re·wir·
cd. All Wool and Spring·
filled Mattresses re,colldi·
tioned. Terms arranged.
Buy now-Pay later. Keats
:lIattress Factory, 16 ?It.
Royal Avenue, Phone 92753.
8·2656.
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PHONE US TO·DAY
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jan24,25
JANUARY
SPECIAL
Cold Wave
Reg. $15.00 1NOW $9.00/\
Three·room Unfurnished
LORETTA'S
FOR RENT
Apartment
BEAUTY SALON
DIAL 8.2302
with private bathroom.
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297 'Water St.
Dial 8·5600 - 8·7344
TENDERS FOR THE
GENERAL WORKS REQUIRED
L.
TA(LOn
ST. JOHN'S
CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN
IF CHAFE MAKES THE CLOTHES.
HIT THE JACKPOT
FREE FREE FREE
~1l.00 worth nf Grocet'ies
.0.00 wort h nr Oil
FREE
~O.\ln (a~h
~n II>. Turkel'
;:~' h:kNI
III hr
drawll [or Feb. 1st. Every cus·
~ .. r: !'~)in;: nil betwcen Jan. 1st and Jan. 31st
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CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY
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AVAlON CREDIT JEWELLERS
ud.
9·00~6
Brookfield Hoad
load 1000 Ihs. Insurallce
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Stat~on
passenger who will acundcr the management 0(.
company operator. Opel'ator to assist in halldlil1~
J. P. BURTON
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well known )'ourig
equipment. Hates per 8 I
citizen o[ :51. .John·s·
hour day to include expenses. Quote rates for !:.III_ _IQiIf-''ilJUIill!lil!>1:
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Tickets on sale on holding
seat certificates today. Also
a number of tickets are available for general sale today.
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CALIFORNIA - Construction
personnel required for a
large project, high wages,
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mum 6 month contract,
jan24,25,26
write only with name, ad·
dress, age and trade to
will d.o \Vork at hOl!le
Relex Inc., Box 31B, 10 E.
i part-tunc work. Wntc :. ,
St. James, Montreal, Que.
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jan.23,24
Three weeks after date here· OFFICIAL TAXI FOR
R-E-P-A-rn-s.--R-a-ng-e-U-es-,-se-w-llI-g oC, application will be made to
TRANS·CANADA
the Board of Liquor Control
.and washIng machines, pol· for a licence to sell beers and
AIRLINES
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ishers, steam irons toasters, wines in an establishment which jan22,23,24,25
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food mixers, electric razors,
I propose to erect, situate on
kettles, radios, etc., expertly St. Thomas' Line, in the Dis·
repaired. RON CHAFE, 116 trict of SI. John's North.
soo~r
Bond St. Telephone 840073.
One TRUCK with
Free pickup and delivery.
(SSd.) SHIRLEY CLARKE.
DRIVER,
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8UGDEN'S TAXI LTD. I
ATTENTION: CONTRACTORS
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\'OrULAR
As a going coneen;. Ideal ~ .
location in St. John s. For!
further particulars apply I
to
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L10TICE
~l'RANCE
THE OLD MILL
SE\\,t'OU~'IJLAI>'U'S
8-7100
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TO RENT - Self contained
new basement apartment in
Glendale area. Built·in kitchen, Jiving room, 2 bedrooms
and bathroom. Tiled floors,
baseboard radiation,
own
thermostat·heat and electric·
ity, included in rent. For
particulars call 9-37514.
Union Oil Co., Ltd, an
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I.:"t month's Jackpot
1\ "1l by ~lHS. ASUMAN. Lime Street.
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c•• : • "Wry purchase or tcn doUars or more of
;;~~~.o; Furnar,. Oil. the purchaser will receive
(1,,~,:/~ (rcc, olle 10l'cb' English Gold Rimmed
C!C Cup and Saucer. Tell your fricnds.
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OIL CO., LTD. .
•8·2822
IN THE
ERECTION OF AN EXTENSION
TO REPEATER STATION
CLARENVILLE, NEWFOUNDLAND
Scaled tenaers, addressed to Mr. H. C. Green·
sides, Chief Architect, Canadian National Railways,
.
P,O. Box 8100, (or 13th Floor, 035 LagauchetIerc
Street West), Montreal, Quebec, and markcd on
the outside "Tenders for the General Works Requir.
ed in the Erection of an Extension to R~peater
Station, Clarenville, Newfoundland" will be received
up to 12:00 o'clock Noon, Eastern Standard Time,
Wednesday, February 20, 1963.
Plans.. Specifications, Instructions to Bidders,
Form of Contract and Form of Tender will be loan·
ed to bona fide Contractors on the deposit of an accepted cheque, made payable to the Canadian
National Railway Company, for an amount equal to
Fifty Dollars ($50.00), This deposit will be re·
funded when plans and specifications are return·
ed to the Railway in good condition.
Plans, Specifications, Instructions to Bidders,
}'orm of Contract and Form of Tender may be
obtained on or after January 23, 1963, at the following Offices:Area Engineer. St. John's, Nfld,
Chief Architect, II10ntreal, Quebec.
The lowest or any
accepted.
tender
not
necessarily
H. C. GREENSIDES,
Chief Architect.
Montreal, Quebec.
jan22,24,25
MEMORIAL UNIVERSITY
OF NEWFOUNDLAND
St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED
FOR THE FOLLOWING NEW
POSITIONS IN THE
UNIVERSITY
1. Two Professional Librarians for the Catalogu)-
.
INSURANCE
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Liquor Control for a licence to
sell beers and liquors at
Windsor in a Cocktail Lounge
to be known as Central Cock·
tail Lounge.
AUGUSTUS TRElUDLETT,
P.O. BOll 38, Zone 1,
Grand Falls, NrId.
jan24,31,feb7
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·4,.:·'E.tH..i~,K.MAN
'. C9MPANY; LTD.
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Must have matriculation; some University. t:-ain.
ing an asset; experience in responsible pOSItions,
meeting public, will be considered.
Salary commensurate with experience.
4. Two Stenographers-Grade III.
To act as Departmental Secretaries. Must have
at least three years experience and be ~ro­
ficient in typing. filing, and related office duties.
Salary: $2600-3000 .
5. Two Clerk·Typists - Library.
Shorthand not essentiaL Duties will include
typing library cards; filing cards; shelving books,
and related activities.
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WINDOWS
DOORS
WINDOW BOXES
DOOR FRAMES
, Finest Workmanship
and Prices.
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SERVICE LTD.
Kenmount Road
Dial 9·3331
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FOR
,'3300 sq. ft. most . >;~
desirable office ',.',
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space.
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Overlooking harboul".~:::
Apply
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'LlMITED"
MANUELS, f,:.B.
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Dial 7·2072
jan16,1mth (daily)
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Gateacre Ltd~:,;
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BAIRD'S COVE
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TIRES
$1.00 WEEKL'{
Up to 30 months
Prompt Delivery
• STOVE OIL
6. Stenographer - Grade I - Office of the
President.
All sizes
CAR SATTERIES
$1.00 WEEKLY
.'FURNACE OIL
Applications in each instance should be sent,
in writing, to the Assistant to the President,
Memorial University of Newfoundland. stating
age, qualifications alid experienc.c, and spec!.
fying the particular post for which the appli
cant is applying.
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. free Insurance
Salary: $2000_2300.
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Salary commensurate with experience.
Shorthand not necessary. Accuracy in typing
and willingness to learn are essential.
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ror
Cars,
Trucks,
Tractors, _ ...,,~
anrl
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lIeal'Y
Equipment ........,
Carpenter
To offer consultation service to Faculty on book
needs' initiate book orders;. accession books on
arrivai, and assume related duties in other areas
of the Library.
To offcr consultation service at public desk;
charge out and receive books; shelve b~oks, and
related duties in other areas of the Library.
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An unfurnished 2nd' floor
~.1d
MARINE'
Apartment with private
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bathroom and modern
wiring. Situated on high- ,;;;;;.;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,;;;;===.
DO-IT-NOW
er levels. Rent $·100.00
per month, including
BUY IT NOW
heat, electricity and parkRETREAD
iug facilities.
Phone 8-5129
TIRES
2. Acquisitions and Order Clerk-University
Library.
3. Library Assistant-Circulation Desk, Library.
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Information on these posts may be obtained
from the University Librarian.
Salary commensurate with experiencc.
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ins Department (Library of Congress system .
University degree an asset; related experience
in book store or with book trade will be considered.
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY
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HALF BARRELS 100 LBS.
The New Organist
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TOOTON'S LIMITED
DISTRIBUTOR FOR KODAK IN NEWFOUNDLAND
mis:-;ilrs no\\'
Tinley and Italy.
"lIin" 10 put I'll'
i; lI.c ~Irdiler
said. and
modern 1\'
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posilion, "
confirmcd
It"I,. ilnd Til
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The Award Winning Camera Dealer of The Year
Paramount i
To-Morrow
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I'car, Kennedy
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polaris. fired f
suhmarines, II'
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1,\1,1' 1> Iwillwr a Illll,kian nor h)·l\\n any bettcr than Susanna I Budden, who was herr 'to at.
I 1l111W 1'1'1111" OIilllllll):h he clocs . could, not cvcn the parson. If tend the funeral of h~r late
Birthday greetings to: Gerard. CLE\'IBERS
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OInll dislikes. I Susanna was not in church, the molher, ~Irs. Samuel Collins, Gregory on Jan. 25, j\r, David
Vance Packard
5,9<)
,"'rlaill 1'1'I'~ramnll', Ihal hc lis· . parsons or some membcr of the has returned to her home in Sheppard on Jan 26, and to FRA~CIS PAHK~IAN
lra, h. I'll rOioin and IdcI·is·! choir did it, bllt they would oronto.
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h'lt 1\ nh ,m'at iIII l'I'l"t,
II'hile i "rise" it too high 01' too low,
MISS E na osse on un..
Howard Doughty 7_:50
Ihl'l"r ~\t' ,',Ill'r~ hI' dnl's nnt. and the result would be either
Unit No. 2 of the United
Flight Licut.. Stratton, RCAF, GREENLAND
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r'I"',,'. 11\ th~1 1'1' <111'1'1 he Ilnc" a "ery high squecl likc a pig Church WOl\\en will be hold· and Lieu!. Frascr, Canadian JOUHNAL
8 Nelson C. Nye r'; 'I"", , '".,.,
11,'1 dl(It'r IIlIIl'h from Ill(' res I . bcing chokcd, or so bull-frog ing a cake and coollie ~i1lr al A
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D,I,.,h'rl ~ "t~.,.er
'I II, II h,. klltlll 1\ hal wc like, 101\' that it ended in a ~rllnt. Pottle'." Supermarket on Frirmy, I'ISI e
a ~ e ccmcr I Rockwcll Kent
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School hcre on Friday mornI
.1\ :)'" 1't'~Il\\ ,,1' Illll,;(' lI'ilhmll Susanna seemed
to strike a, day, .Tan. 25th, and neighhollr- ing and explained the Regu-,
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TilE STOIll': nafc fintIs that . a~aill,t Ha:!.,I" "" "
hl\"'.\1I\~ II hy. t'\I'I'pl thaI it ha~ pitch that suited cverybody. ~ hOod fl'iends are kindly asl,ed lar Officers Training Plan to
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the mnch nn Ihe old Orlc,~a: i;' nuta Ilwl ',rlrlk"
., "'I'lhtl\~ dft'1'1 wl\l'n it She I\'as a \'ery important pcr- I to patronize it,
the High School boys.
YOUXG ~IAN"
: grant k ol'"n:trd by his bro· I ilall'. mild ii' mil, .
,,·.l,hr, :Ill Ih.' Ilay lillII'll aud son. and she knew it.
I Unit No, 6 will be hlllrHn~
IlIcr, nuke lien del'. llut Dnke I his mwd. h, tile ;;'(
"n'> tIll' "II\t1,i\lt~"
lu his
"Then came. the Ii":e when n similar sale at Clarke's
Mr. Karl Diemer and ~Ir.
"'e open on a panorama \Of I rcfmes to recognize TIafr, say-' np in >OIl1,,"hatk\la;r.
\,'n1\~''I" ,I:,~> 1H' pl\~;I'''l'd a Ih~ congrega\lon deCided to SnDermarket on Saturday, the I' Gerry Newman, both of st.
PHONE 8·5001
upper Wisconsin's lake coun.: ing that Hafe was killcd ill thc fill Illcmtlri(". plI,b~~
"'r~ ~,.",I ;lI\gln~ I'Uil'I'. and. bul' an organ. The women's 26th, and their friends' a~e, John's, werc in Spaniard's Bay:
- - - - - - trl'. The time is abont llH7 war.
rrtppled P:I'','
"I'll t 11'''1\' h"lll~ a n'?ular association held a bazaar and asked to hclp them in thiS on business last week.
;\lick Adams !Richard Be::
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feehle prole,\. Beir.;
1""1\\\1,,1' "t Ihr l'hnl'dl chOir for donated the Whole of the pro- special effort.
! mer) and his fathel', Dr. Ad:1In> '
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! right hand it natura:)
~l·.':,; lit' lIa, alll'a~, "IlIlIIlcd: cceds for,.iust thnt purposc, for
.
Winter came on Saturday to:
~~El'"'' I (Arthur Kennedy). arc in a, Rarc's brothel' h"d always I Spangl!'r', notl('e h;;
,':1 t,. 'II\~ a ;I\n~ at l'onccrts: the), I'ealilczd that. as good as:
John and Fran~ Collins of, remind us that we are not
,.""-":;.::~'~tV:11Ml :'\
canoe towing logs to he ,~l:I i been one to find th~ shortest! ened mter,"t
.1\,.1 1I\l' hkl', ,\nnl Lill'l', on Susanna was,
there would I St. John's were m town on' living too far south. An cast.
t.\,.1l1
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and sawcd by a' hatf.breed In-: way out when things b~gall to' relaxing (If hi:
:1", ,'Ih,',' hallti. W;I~ Ill','cr in bound to come a lime when Thursday last, to altend the wind brought us a full day of' 1'1 SU'lt~,>~'1l
dian, Dick Boulton :Simon: bog up. Asidc from Illo folks: stare look III .IIC ,
dl':nalltl a, "~nllli~t: it was, s.he would not he ~~Ie ~,o con· funeral o~ their late mother, blowing snow, and while it
Oakland). Upon r01l'hin~ tho' nobody Cl'er, back home, h;1(1 I· stiffcn!'d clawhk:.
,1,'"\'I[ul Ihal all)'nn~' outside It.nue.. as Ihe U1~ofhelal hymn- 1I[rs, Colhns.
was a bit: unpleasant gctting I
shore, Dr. Adams is forced inlo i caIled him anything but "Duke"
"I rcckon 1I11t.
iln m\'l\ lanlll~' knl'lI' Ihat she rlscr, and besHles, nearly all
around, traffic was moving aU I
a bitter argumcnt hy the Inelian, i -which had sure us cd to make! murcd. his dr,,"'I,
""uld IUI"\\ a illllC PI'l'n, Shr Ihr churches had an organ,.
,and bewailed the fact that in day. The Department of High- ,
hut, to Nick's disappoinlment, Rale Bendel' boil.
IlrogJeg,: allil onl.'
,:til 1,\\,', nmsi,·. too. hnt she
"Poor Susanna w~s tembl!, consenting to purchase such a ways had plows moving and:
For complete
the doctor refuse, a challcnge
Now the boy was a man. -,lilI i late, dirl IiiI' Bellrier
l'r,'I\'r, \1\1' n.II' of an 1I111'nt . hnrt. for as she said herself,: controversial object, they must nobody got stranded. Sunday,
COVERAGE
to fight. Nick's dis:lIusionnwnt hugging kid's notions, still; spy Ihe '.t.elllar:~~
11':1'111'1',
. she wa.s .ClIt to the gall. She had i have been out of their minds, was a day of brilliant sunshine
and
with his father ~"O\I'S when .. hound and determincrl CI'Cr:' ~ reI of th .. ~1I11 ,
nd.Il'" r~.llll ('anI!' and been I'lSlOg the hymns for near· ,,"~Ieanwhilc ~li5S Matilda had with a soft wind blowing; truly
Promllt Adjustment
after returnin~ hon,f, Ihe rlQt-1 guy and his unclc 1\,.1,; alit of : like a hal (lut o[ •
hl,\'\I~hl tIll'. hl',1 I anrl some, I), Iwenty rears a~d n~w she not said a word, Nobody knew a delightful winter's day.
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tor quietly suhmits to a sal'a;!e step hut him. It made a prl'tly : the stl'an~l'r', olhEr 11,.
I': \.11',1\"1'1<1, \I~'I"II mUSic Ill· . was to he ~ast aSI~e hke an if she would play or not as
CALL
browheating from '\lck\ Illoth.: ugly piclure.
in~. he tri('d, 1111: the:!
I,' 1101'11' 1\\11\\1" lnr!I' ,lake anti. old shoc: sttll despite all the nobody asked IlCr and nobody
Mrs. Absalom Sheppard has'
G MORGAN ,er (,Jessieil Tandy),
"Well.,,"' Spanglel' ,aid time leU t., crt hi'
,\lInt 1.1;,,1' 'Irl'l'llIh'tl UpOIl the, ar!:ltments again such a dread- heard her sav. The parson, been a patient at the General,
RE T.
The young man's dl'('nllt~'jl. whell nohody else scemcd of thc Il'a, ,
~:'~I\\~l'h"n,,, 1111' I1nl'lour o:g~n ,ful waste of monel', the in- who was neither a singer nor Hospital for about two weeks.: INSURANCE LIMITED ,COllles 10 a head laler in the! mimled iO speak. "I I'cckon Ihilt
~l\,1 I.h.- r"!Ilk III put tnllSIC III ,strument for the church was a player and knew it, was wise W hear that ~he is doing nice· ,
: da~·. On a picnic wilh his i settles thai." He flashed TIarc a
Built in 1111' >11';
Ihr ~n' l 1\1'11' .1akP sCl'illched ordcred.
enough to keep his tongue still, Iy following surgery.
I
sweetheart, Carolyn
(Di.lIl~ ,hard grin. "You heard him. Gil dangcr of ,\JI:,rh1.' .
,'It I ~. frll' .tl~~ ,:IJ.~d 51ln~I' of the "Therc was nothing Susanna i knowing that in the end right
Baker). he sudden!y rca1iw:; I down:'
, real and '" 1.1' pre,rn"
.,1.1 ""1\\e·~ll·~c ~mll,\(ls and could do about it, peoplc who would come right.
The William Heddersons'
he docs not wnnt to he l11arn"fe looked at his brother. I Ortega (;I'.ol1t
dillie,
,'n \1'Ihe
1·lolln. thcn': were J'calous
of her position
"For two Sundavs
t S unday visiting with reo ,i
ried ... does not want In t~ke I "Wc'II heal' II'hat Maw has to ~, looked IIHlt [lInh~r a,,'
.. I k I < 'OilS
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•. the organ '
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said. Up to now, howe vcr, the stood there silent. Susanna, llatives at Whitbourne.
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his prearranged pI act' i" Ihr I say on the subject."
I strudel
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~nd Iwrfol'nwd ror hl'r pare~ls I rank amI file ha(1 not givcn to her ehagrin had tried to
Telllple Bldg., Duckworth SI. small town scheme of thin!!".: He'd bc~n preparcd for' the buildin~~ wm
11\"'11 IIll' p.1r1our Ol'g~I1, ~I·htle : any thought as to who would play it on the 'sly and couldn't
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He breaks off with Caroll'l\: I Duke's sneer but not for the; Ihc [orlll "f a ,qu::I.
.\\lnt. l.,~pr hN'alllC proflclentt i pIa), the organ. Those' on makc any go of it, S.O in
jan19,lmth,dly,
i Nick eon":nce~ " I":" "",I : ,'cnom, thc cold slashing scom t connectin~. ,aholl; 1
11\ 1\ lI~dln~ 1111 Ihe gl'amopho.nc •. Su,unna's side
of the argu- church service she eom'pletely
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ch'lm, George (j!i~hael Pol- iilat came out of Duke's I'oice I court 01' Pit"O .T . :~
,mrrll1l:: nrl'dlc~ ~nd changmg i me nt, of course, supported her; ignored it. Outwardly,"" Mis5
lard). tlwt they ,hOll!rl """ like a II'hi!l when he said: "If Casa, "Our JltllI,e
IW,'rd~.
,
_ : fol' who but hcr was capable? Matilda never even noticed it;
CECILIA p, ,COU.INS
alVay from home As an end.of- "ou was Rafe you'd knoll' bet- deep into 11ll' hu;e
llnc fHnll\:: dUl'ln~ ~he Xmas i After all, if anyone could do her education (she spent.one
the'~lImmel' siorm hrc~l". tel' n that."
: the luain gale. and
h,)h.tay~ I wcnl til "151\ the old i it: Ihcn Susanna was just the winter in St. John's) and' her CARBONEAR - Tbere passNick's adolescent fears are 1 ":llaw . . ." Dread climbed: thcmsclw5 11m
f~'lks .;lllli found hoth ~f ..them! person, for had she not had status (being the merch~nt's cd awav at the Carbonear HOSI swept away. and Ihe two boys into Rafe's throat. "You . . . ! squared I,,::, hd" ,
h~IN\lII,:: 10 and lI'alchll1... an I twenly years experience in daughter) placed her abo~e the pital, jan. 15th, Cecelia P.
set out to conquer the world. I I'OU mean :lIaw's . . .?" He i hingcd with <tr.1P,
rx~rl.1c1\1 rhl1l'al J!l'llup.m St .. hymn-rising?
ordinar~'. She could, however, Collins, relict of the late ~lr.
I After a few days on the road 1 ~ouldn't bring the 1V0rd ouL ' hand.hamnlc!I'11 Iror.
,101m, h)" mcans. of Ihell' t~le"The sad part of i~ was that I v rl' well all the :hymns Samuel Collins, agcd eighty·
I George turn" back. hut '-"irk "Rafe." Duke said, like it was i sil'e bastioll.,d ,,\\~r
'1~1(\\1 ,rL "Olhhn~ a J!l'I;ctmg Susanna didn't know a note.
rna~he \OOk, and a few.',other four years. Dcceased was a ,'ery
'I clects to continue alonc. J\flnr I purest gOlipcI, "put thc coffin i three
fcpt tI.rn:l.:~
~n~ PO\l\~I1\;: til iI..COIII·el\ientl~· "What really added fuel. to pieces that could be used, for active woman in hcr younger
~eing thwwlI off a freighl train logether and helped mc bury tHere l\'Itr.11I
h'"lIl'd 'aeal ehan fo~ me 10 the flame was the suggestion
'ng in and going out:";
vears hut for the past several
I' by a cruel brakemlln (Edward
her!"
walls 11'1111'1, II" ,-'j
~'I. he wcnl on wntrl\ill~ and, Ihat lIIiss l\latilda was the only coml
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years had been in indiffcrent
Binn~s). Nick stumbles illlo a Hafc's jaw fell opcn. lie .sat I off ~r~nt Ih~'I\' I\~~,;"
li,trn!I\~. ahsol'hin~ I.hc lI'~ole 'one around who could play an "It was during t~;e', third health. She never took I\\uch
clearing whcre ho p~no"~ln ..s Ihere too shocked. tco hCW11d. Ortl'~a s 1,11\\.. ".'
l'r~~l'IIn\l\lr 10 Ihe hm~t. \\hen: organ for Ivhen she was a week that the opposlOg:forces part in church or community
!a strongc pair of indil'iduals. cwl by hald.faced it lic, to' had lin'" ,,~1.(IU.,·
II w~~ ~11 ol'rr he SWitched or~ i young' woman her father, being met, nol in any head:on: clash, life, apart from attending
'Ad Francis (Palll ;\ell'ma n ). II do more than gogglc.
, thcir OIlIL , I
Ihe srI nOli rccoglllzcd I\\~ lone of the local merchants, but b~' the clever thlOkll\g of church regularly, and devoted
. broken down ex.boxing cham.
"All right, )'ou," Spangler' In thp
l'rc~Cl\rr.
'sent her into St. John's for a the pal·son. Just how. plann~d her life to her family and
pion alld his kind'" "mall' said erowdin" his horse up, giant pCPPl'l' II '~
"\ wonder what poor old I willicr to do nothing elsc bu~ he tti have Susanna and MISS home.
Mat.CORMAC'S
ager:" Bu)!s (Juann Her"a,ln7'. . -~-,----"-------- i stone rimmed \lP ,",
Susanna wouhl. sal' about Ulnt I to learn to play the "pceann- Matilda to arrive at tbe church
befriend the youth. and Nick! rescu~~ the officer with hl5 a",!- . ter all old Inan ,a, I,
If ~ht' were alll'e," he mused. cr"
within minutes of each other,
Surviving are fiVe daughtcl'~,
GEAR STREET
enjoys the companionship for bulance. Safely back in Ius' together rOI'~rr ,
"Su~al\n~ had ~uch a pOlrerful '''Susanna was furious, She he never told, but arrive thcy Mollie (Mrs, George Snow) at
RECEIVING OI<·FlCE.
a few days. But the schizo. trcnch. the youth is sCI'erely haired gill. al'fi'"
IOice."
allowed if she could play the did; and as long as Doth of Flatroek; Margaret (~lr5. Hal'1 ADELAIDE STRIlET
phrenic Ad tries to att"I'k Nick wounded in the legs when a hind him, HetllCC"o
For I\\~' p~rt 1 had not the accordeon for soeials and rise them were there, it would be old Penney), of Carbonear;
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one evenin~ and so l'Jc so shell explodes nearby. .John Rafe, ca'lght frott'>1
f~~gl~sl noti~n _ who Susanna the hymns better than anyone a. good t.hing for su.sanna to Sophia (Mrs, Lester Budden),
journ ends.~'
rU3hes him to. the I~ospi.tal.
stride, Ra.fc ,a~ ,"
IllS lind 1 Ihmk the blanj\ eX- else
there was no earthly fmd out If she could smg along at Toronto; Louis (Mrs, SamDEATH
Nick decides he i~ heatnn
In the hospital Nick IS dc- around clad,enln.
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f
d"
'ld
I ' g uel Burden), at Carbonear; EI'a
pr(,~lOn on ~~. nce con\'ey~ reason why she couldn't play with ~liss Mati. a's p aym. .
and is about to senrl a t~I~- sp?ndent, he f~al's he .ha5 heen brother... " Hnfp'
Ihl~ Informahon to Uncle .Jake. the ol'gan Besides from what They Lrlcd, each WIth ~ome mlS· water, P.B,; three sons, .Tohn
CULLEN P - I
ef Ily gram to his falhcr when a phil. cntlpled for lifc. illS nurse. 'I "El'emn.
Id'!'
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him because he
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she had' heard Miss Matilda, glvmgs. am ey rna e a a
and Frank at SI. John's, and wa
J n 2"rd at St Clare's osophical telegraphl"
(,Tames I Rosana ( usan \1'as JCrg , trlcs I Plllg 011 II
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knows that If \ am Intercste~ for all her' uppety ways, pail'. Miss Matilda, .as she Wilson, with whom she lived; ~[er~ o~o: i'tat' T'hom~ Cullen Dunn) subtly talks him oul of 1 to rally his spiril, but her ef· i the girl'" h;tntl
1 sh311 ask,
couldn't play a blessed thing became enraptured With the
Y·
Pf y. I I C t it.
forls arc rebuked. Slowly,! clutch at her t,I.1f h' '
" \nd who was poor o l d '
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f th . t ment one sister, Mrs, Minnie Quin· a na tIve 0
oug la ,
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unless she had a book bcfore love y tone 0
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Tn the nexl town ~ick I~ncls lowever, Rosana reVII'es I IC S,
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her while Susanna could make added stop after s~op, and soon °h , In th e :t'" to ad
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sons a job as assistant to ~ drunken I will to Jive, and the two lind called a~ !I:,f!' C
H tal t Ole her pedigree'
b 'Id'
d t ". mble IV om, I' Wfl er ex en s sys· mourn IS WI e an our s ,
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.?" I the aceordeon talk without the til Ing seem o ... e
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homas, Patrick, Terence and press agent (Dan Dailc~'l. ,',ho. ,'em,se ves .. ecp.y m ol.e. t em.
. .'n'
\\ 85 she a good smger.
ilooking at the keys and in the as the full organ pealed out p ~
Mauri e wh ·s esidin a in' handles the advanre pnblicill" ~Ick s condlhon fmally permits
Dukc. pU,\'1 -f
,~Ont' or.the best,l \\'o~lld say., dark too. With s~ many put- in. all its glory, 'Susanna' took Funeral services were held I Londo~,'Engl~nd; al~o'his ~\rec: for 'Turner's Burle<qlle Show". I him to. travel to the ,'ilia .o~ "I'll take l'ar,r""~,,I1""
\\ ~It. nOl\, \ don t ~I\lnk she I ting forth so many Good tillS as her CUe to open up also on Thursday last bv Rev. F. W. I . t. !II' ~I W I h :II' ,When the press a"clli 1111'n" Hosana s fathcr. Sr. Gl'lffl
One hand
wonlt! '~r in a c1?ss II'lth anl' of I r~asons, [or and against, the trying to match the win.r! Bradhury, B.A .. • B,D" and I ~~s ~~~'ene,ls~nd ;\liSSa~. 'Cl!il~I;; : OLlt to be a dope arltli('I. 'II' (Tul.Jio Carminati). to ask ~.I'r- lhe g.rcc.n :.tl.I~\llt .,
those \\1' hnl e lust ~Ie.ard: be- I inevitable happened , ,'. the power o[ the organ. ~he next hymns used were two of Iwr lonc brothel', Maurice, rcsiding I Turncr (fo'red Clark) hircs ;.lick 1:lIsslon. t?, marry R(}san.~. \\ Ilh Iy gnlllllllr' h of
r~mr. sht' I~ad no t~a~lI\ng: ~lUt I women's association was split II Sunday was o~e to remember favourites "What A Friend' at Cornwall, Engl:md: and 21 : III his place .and sends him to Sr. (Jnffl s. consent. 1'IIck .re· even thl'l\\~I' 110 hi'
~h!' dill h~H a pOllel ful IllIee, I ri"ht down the middle. In, as everyone tried to match (he We Have In Jesus" and "I I ar d h'ld
1"1 neral not'. I New York CIII',
: lurns to fmd the hOspItal walkl'd I'I~I" lI'l I'!
and. II'hlll tun~s ~hc. kn~w. shc . ti~le, the women -on cach side I volume sct by Miss .Matilt!a Am Thine, 0 Lord." [ntcrment f.1t~~. c I ren.
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Ice t Once in the '''hig cit~'.. NiI'k! ?o~lbed and H05a~a ,eriti,;all,Y cl~rsin~. fcll h';:f
carried ~h('n~ I~r) I~e\l.
got their husbands, fat:hel's, at the keyboard and Susan~a In was in the U. C. Cemetery,
quits the show and Iries to I lIIJured, .nosana dlCS I~ Nlrk S With a kln~I, ~nl.
.In II\~ nund 5 e~e I could brothers and uncles to back her pew, Nobody cou,ld,.', of
~ind work on a newspaper, hut i a.l'lIls ~vhlle they arc belllg mar- slrangh'r\ SCI~ rll !!.
thmk 0_£ dOl,~ns Of. Susannas them and for a tillie the feud course.
15 prel'ented by his lack of ex- ned III a church where
the hand [rom Ins I
who: nllght have rISen above betw~en tile Martin; and the
periencc. He takes a job as a 1I'0unded have been ta~en. Nick c~uld. hl'lll~ 11£
the commonplace If they had Coys was nothilig in compari"Shortly after that came· the
waiter in an Italian restaur. goes beserk and dcfllcs thc pIstol In~o !Inc ,
ant, and one evening hears an church,
closed h~~ a It ':'
hid, the opporttmlty to better son. ,People, who before this healing of the rIft when on one
themseh'cs. ,,1.. tho~~ht of epIsode had been' the best of ~~I~c~a~ b~u:~~aMat~[::.:o:a~~
appeal given by a spellhinding
H~ recuperates in ~ mental wrist. \\ Ith Ol lIte jrj
TliO\l'lls Gra~ s Elegy
frIends now met on the road
REASONABLE RATES Contesso (Corinne Calvet) for hosP.ltal, and,. upon discharge, Rafe dragged II !h~
"FilIi many a flower is born as strangers; In church, Sus- "Open the gates Of the Tern·
GUARANTEED WORK ambulance drivers to serve in recClves a SIlver lI!c~al for Dllkc'~ heal\. \1' riota
pIe." Having heard Susapna
the. Italian Army (in the war bravery from. the Mal.or an. d th.e pistol flc
anna and her frl'ends' bellowed sing
to blush unseen,
and Miss Matilda' play,
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th
lop
And ·Wlstc Its sweetness on the Lo high heaven while the other
PHONE
a~alllst Austria and Germany). ~ n.. e urlll~g 0
IsconSID, WI a P
in his right senses
« NIck volunteers.
NIck f.mds he IS the town hero.,
(1'0 B.
side never bO ','hered to open a nobody
desert air." ,
would dare keep ,them ,barb t h
t f I
book.
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In .Jtaly h,; me(:ts his com- u
IS momen 0 gory. IS
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M)" rel'etie~ were interrupt·
"Then the organ' arrived. red.
fOR
mandll1¥ officer, Major Pad· cut short whe~ he receIves
' I1EAVY
cd b)' Uncle Jake's next com, Beautiful as It looked, it was -"I wonder," concluded Uncle
10M' 'Ttl.
ectron~c:
ula (Hlcardo Montalhan l. whn th.e news. t~at ~lIS f~ther com·
Some 40 p~rn
menl, "But, you know, Susanna rect~ived .with mixed feelings. .Take, "if Susanna Were' alive
assigns an Jtalian-A;n~riean lllltt:d ~ulcldc In /lIS absenr.~. 1V0rhl popul~ll~ io
\vas ,sumetimes a little OVN'· Some thanked the Lord that today, what would she think of
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orderly, ,Iohn (Eli W~llnrh), . Nick IS heart.broken. but \n in the fighl,II;" tit! '
to keep a watclt O\'er the new IllS agony h.e fmds !hc man· borderlantls 0 r
confhli'nl, Just heCDIlSC she I they hall the gbo·d sense to all these fine chuirs, glee dubs,
the acknowlellgcd leader purchase it, for now they soloists. and so on 'thqt, We
~iel!ten~nt. DUring com~at the ~lOod for whICh h: !w< seal'l'hcd layas. One :
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9tJ CAMPBELL'" YE, "Ialor IS wOl.l1lde~ and tra~ped
long. Oncc D~~1n h? leaves I~Vee~I~~rsln~iat a~rl
when' il' came to singing, she could look forward to SOl!\e· hear on radio and television'!"
thoUlht she knew It aU. Mind thing Ihat resembled church
Like Uncle Jake, I, too; won· Hamilton Avenue Extension
hy enemy fir;. In a, I'lllll('d Ius hom~-but thIS .hm~ h~
yov,l let there was no other music; others.shook their heads del',
dee!J,mth,tf
Alter hours 'Phone 8-7313 farmhouse. Nick courageously leaves hIS boyhood WIth It.
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