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FK Tells Reds West Will Hold Its Stan ()n Berlin
Says U.S. Ready
To Negotiate On
German Question
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Preparing
For A Possible
erlin Showdown.
USSia
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By .JOHN HEFFER1'1Ar-;
Rr JOHN MILLER
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WASHll\GTOi\ 1 Hettler:' 1-Frcsiclcnt Kenner!::
warned the SiJ\'ie\ union Wcclnc:od<Jo.· it \\'<Juld 'lake
a 'gril\-e mis\<:1\c' if it unclercstir,nte.ci ,\1licd rcsuh·e
with regard \o Berlin. "Thc:·c i, fJC::u.: in Ccrm<JJI\'
and Berlin". he told his prcs.i C•Jill'cre:l•:c. "[fit i:; ciLLurbcd. it \I'll] be a clirccl Sm·ict :·c··~JntJoihi~it:· ...
Heutcr~ ~--Russia is preparing for a
· r ~-::lit;:n· showdo\\'n \\'ith the West after the
. _ . : a ,q;arate Sm·iet-Easl German treaty this
... :·. t·~1~1cr Khru,dlC\' said Wednesda~·.- The pre
c ·.: " d1eering rro\\'d of 2,000 packing the Great
: :1 ;1 t an "art i fie ial" rise in East-West tension
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Russia Still
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.lnne 29, 196t
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<ct'ITrl no· .r•·;n· hcc;ru'r ,,f ti11· '''"''tion •n
·hack\\ t1ter.
A LJI>eral motion of non-eon- tire Wcrlnrstht"' that il will 1""·. Europ•'."
The 11.04MI . 1\'01'11 .sl~tcment
W:\SHI:\GT0:-1 <:\1'1 ·- Prc>i- fidcncc in tile gol'crnmcnt \('JS tition .-\ l g e I' i 2 if I'C:tSI)I\;Ihle
hru;tdly calls for more public
dent Kennedy ded;u·cd his be- <irlentcd 13!1 to 40 in hudgd de- ro;l!ls to a ~•·llkment wilh olo.<·
The:-e 11rrr t-rpo:·L, Tnc"l"Y
ownc•·ship ol land, p r iva 1 e
'lief Wednesday that Rus.,ia tan- hate.
lem)nsurgcn:s become hluckccl. th:tt Ihi, nell' t·ul"'cru would
schools and industry:
BEIIItiT •AI'• - Iraq hinted terrillirics and return them to not catdt up with u.s. producPi·emier Drhre ~aid that "fail· lead to thr rl'lurn of .\mcrican
I'RESE!'iT 'l!Nlt'IED FRONT
Wednesday ~t ;m rxpansion of the Iraqi motherland."
·\ion "at any time in the ZOih
Thr mol ion s:tid the buclgel in~ co-opcr;~tion and :tssocia plane., ami nudeOJr weapons to
Perhaps the most rcmurkahlc Premier Abdcl Karim Kasscm's These include Qatil anrl :\h- century."
pre,cnlcd .June 20 hy rinancc lion," the salclv of Europc;ms French ;tir h:J>e,. They were
thing ahoul th~ statement. is the hid lor annexation of Kuw.1i\ to saa. concession at:cas of the The president replied with ~linistcr F 1c min~ restrict" and pro-Frrneh ':.!uslrms in Ihe withdrawn I:H year alter ~ dis·
!act that the party's parliament· all the oil-hearing n·gions of the U.S.-owned Arabian · Am<•riean ,,ome sarcasm at a press con- trade and is inadequate to ex- \orth .-\fric;m territory could agrrrment n1·er control.
ary leadership and its executive: Persian Gulf's west roast.
Oil Company in Satttli Al'ahia. fcrcnce to Premier Khrush- pand product ion and jobs "only be ""ltrctl hy part ilion
committee prescnlctl a unified · Radio Baghdad hoisted a \rial ancl the !lritish-proteclecl sheik- chcv's n!cenl assertion llwl Am- needed to ensure ~rowtl· ol the and an autonomous organizalront in announdn~ the pro· ·balloon in the M i d d 1e East· doms o[ Qatar, Bahrain and Ahu et·ica is a third nmnc 1· in the economy.
lion."
h •·•· ., ;m epoch of rcvolu- gram.
storm stirred up by Kasscm's I Dhahi
rnce for progress nntl l\ussi:l
Debre abo echoed l'rcsidrnl
"'""'; c:unge, those who itlcnclaim to Kuwait. an oil-wealthy. APPEAR UNA!lASIIED
. soon will be !)/o. 1.
F' i n a n c e. :Olini,ICJ' ~-lemin~ de Gaulle's new concern o1·cr
'· ·"""''' · !aire with lihcrlv
Par l y chairman Hichard little sheikdom 'he co1•ets as· The Baghdad governmcn~ ap- ~ Kcnnedv said Jlussia's total s<>id there is no justification lor mounting tension in Europe.
'~cmies, ho~·.:l·cr unwii-. Croos~an, deputy lender Har· : "lrnq's so.u\hcrn district."
. I pea red unabashed by the vehc-: protluctiori. in terms of mnnry: the eta.ims of ~omc bakers that
De Gaulle said Tuesday ni~ltt
, "· democrac~.
. old 1\tlson ann treasurer Harry 1 The slalwn declared the Jra~1 1 mcnl stand. of ~uch powers as value or all •on !Is and services they Will hmc to mcrcase bread an unspecified number of di1·i·
ELIS\BJ•:TIIV I L !.1•: •,\P!, '~- :,l~pln~ with thil; theme the: ~icholas shared the_ platform, people arc cabling congratuln·: Saudi Aruh1~ and the Unit.cd, produced, is ;nly :19 prr cent pf prices to covet· a five · ce?l-a- sions would be brou~ht hatk
... ,,,_, presented what they; Wtth leader Hugh Gattskell; \he tions to Kassem on his move to· Arab Repubhc agmnst the clatm, u.s. output in l!l.i!l.
bushel mcrease 111 wheat pnccs. !rom Algeria this year because President :\Ioise Tshombe r~1 · l';r only answer to p:evcnt· mun they were .trying to get rid i "liberate
Kuwait" and urging! lo Kuwa~l and b~cking ol tt.tc · lie closed his portion qf a pre· 10: x l c t' n a l Affairs :'llinisler of the possibility of a Europe;n, 1ersed himself Wcdnesdav ani:!
B. <ta1n !rom becommg a, ol a lew monllis ago.
I him to "save all the other rings; shc1kdom s soveretgnly by Brtt- pared statement with a chal· Green hinted that Canada may crisis-presumably troubk o1w prod aimed Ihat he will· keep
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'lcnge to Khrushchev:
refuse to fill further Portuguese Herlin.
copper - rich Kalanga province
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'Portugal's colonial policy in An- semblv th<tl some French troops. The Congo, come what maY, ..
WAS!llNGTON IAPI - Pres- rebellion that cost the life of
~IOUNTAIN TO Slii\
: ~ola is changed.
must 'rcmnin in Algeria but adident Kenne<ly said Monday he· .<ing Faisal II. He alienated
Postmaster . General William ded: "r'ran"e is a European na"1\'e shall defend an inde'
will recall Gen. Maxwell D. 1mmw ol his Arah neighbors hy . A .Japanese rule for prepar· Hamill on said the postage rate lion and we must be present pendent Kalanga at all cost an.d
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Taylor, former army chief of: military suppression of his crit-: mg meals calls lor the ft~·e on American periodicals mailed. and active in the defence of Eu- will do everything to maintl!ln
:staff, to active nuly as his mil- ies. He turned to the Soviet Un·' tastes of swcrt .. sour. salt. bit- in Canada will he increased rope.''
OIIJ' nation in the fal'c of all ~P·
. ilary representative. The 60· ·ion for arms.
\er and acrtn In each meal. slartin! Aug, 1.
The bi;:: switch in French in- position." he told the natio1\al
I year - old general will assist · Arab leaders in Cairo, head-. Another rule lS
lh~l el-ery Thursda~·. June 29 ·
teres! !rom Algeria to Europe ao;scmbly.
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Kennedy as "on adviser aml' quarters ol the 10-nalion ~mh' meal con tam sometlung from
The Common' mrels at was being discussed Wednesday
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, I ou l · It a.m. EDT in a resumption after de Gaulle's remark at a
Tshomhe wa~ home again
· achie\'ed 8 ;csumption lion as board chairman Davit! l~e ~ililary and· intelligence' lied by K~s:cm's motives in the ac~ordm~: lo I he Encyclopedtal• of budget debate, the Senate, party here_ Tuesday night that alter two months of imprison·
in the U.S. mari- I Cole urged "a last-ditch effort hclds.
I present ct·tsts.
Bntanntea.
meets at 3 p.m.
I the · Algcnan bus mess must be mcnl by the central Congolese
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::··r·; Jnl'rcased st:tlc intrr' : "" •·· a >olulion lor Rril· ' :· n•."cm,.
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-;,ld the Labor p:1rty'~
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1 ·r, ~nd (;ermany to for·.
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Ry liAR OLD ~!ORRISON
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American policy wl;·1sers an• i rl:l)' anrl threatcnrd to "tight it lin.
!li,eu;,ion< '""ld h,· pmt::
·'•· .,.. ,,"trn that Rus>in will Chancellor :\demmcr's tllhn fm· C:madlan Press Stair Writer J\<'111Jcdy-that there will be no still not con1·incct1 Khrushche1· 10 the hilll'r end." lie hinted ut
A major resull of Pt·cmil'T \\'est c r n appea>ement, com· wottld really nsk a war OIW .1 """" .. 1 sl ··k.,
:JIJie if lh<' So1·ie1 l'nion ;te· ' ''P"r"tr pact with East r e u n i r..·ine German 1•. throueh
· •.: ·· :w lll'c 31 unl<·s, thr elections as"a formula lor \\'~~~ Khrushchev's latt•sl campaign 11romise or wilhdrmval !rom its Berlin. And inck~d lhc So:ciel.' 1Z,: 11 ~;1;:. - 1 ~\,l~r ol ;; 01 ·thrrn cc•tMd in Bnl.n :md in t<urnpe
·<· · ;-:,· ;\:~·~. Franl·r and Bri· Germar,y lo swallow ~:ast Ger- of threats 11gainsl Berlin and role anti pledges in Berlin and lca<lt•r g11c< <'I'Hienc<' nf ~~··llm~-: Hhodesin's militant \nit<•d \~- lh<' ;c·tr . d<'t ·rminntion ·.dtich
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In anntlwr prr-.< •·onl,•rerh·e
Krrmlin when Khru~hchev said in thr wrstern alliance and Khrushchev appears to have rr· ged the t'nil<'d Stairs lo a hcnd. \lond<•r "lht• lror;t ,.,-,.r offe:·ci!
;tatr·nwnt. llw prc'Hirnl re:., ··• ' L:."ia 111ll nrilhrr hr thr West was free to impose growin.~ el'idence of a strong<•r, furnished the glue tlwt long ha> nnllinching line. But hr a!.<o 1,. an,· colony" by Britain.
Briwin >nQ~r.-:ted a con,tiltt· llt•r·t<•tl tlw ,,., io1" ~uc,lion rm1·
· .. _,,, nnr dt·awn into an)· rt'onomic s a n c t i o n s it more u n iIi e d 1\'eslt•rn front cemented the allianee-thc cril- wants to aroid wa1·.
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wishrrl il H peace treaty were
quarrcllin~ that look place o1·er maintaining a unified front in St:~nllT 1:\E\Tft\11l.E7
i-tature of :-.·orthern Rhorlt'sia ~nr<tion of ·.·:ilt'lbrr to of'lll':· "
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the L;~otian crisis.
, the lace of a possible new Euro- Thus_ it would srrm_ inrl'ilahlr: and gunranlceing ,eah tn both rr.<umplion nl nnc'r:n· te,tin~ in
Britain II' ants to sletl in pcan war. :\s President d<' that Kennedy and l'lmtslti'I1CI' while, iiiHI :\c~rocs. 1\attnda oh-. ''1"'.'." of lhr :J1·cnkrlo11n of til<'
quickly, to do what it can as (;aullc has persistently main- Will he lorccrl to meet once .icels th~t ll'hitcs would still br
peace-maker Io Pt'el·cnt a ~:;tsl· lainetl, \\'rsl<'rn Em-ope may not more. perhaps more as a faec-' left it control
\\'est milit:JI'V sholl'dOII'n ovrr I he so eager lo light lo maintain S:tl'ilig gesttii'C for Khrushchcl· I
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non Pl'ime ~Hnistcr :llacmillan. would he to he~L b;~ek an enem;· solnlion tha·t would hr satisfacthllrrs esscnl1~lly !rom the pol· tn tl~ own hack yard.
. lory to ~:a.st and \\'esl.
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WASHINGTON. D.C .. United States Amhassodorto the U.N .. Adlai Sle\'Cilson, is quc:-:tioned by newsmen at the White House .rune 2:lrd. after he report-ed to President Kenned~· on his 19-clny tom of ten rner.
Khru:-hchP,.. \;T'l';d,in:.: :1\ :1
South American Capita b. Behind Ste\'enson is White House Pres5 Sccrct<~ry. Pierre Salinger, in whose .\1o.'eow rally. b<l 'l·arnPd 1\t:<.l
"il lhr opnon,.nt.' of t>r:t<·t' dr·
: ofice the nef\rs conference was held.
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Premier 1\hru:-hrhcr· . . 1ntr:-l
ctJ<lHncnl on tltc Berlin 'ilu::lion
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prt•.sidrnl ltelrl his PIT'S mnfcr-
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Douglas Prepares To Re;enter Federal Politics
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:~r~r~:~:~a~o·:~~~~t~~e~r~:·; OTTAWA ~CPI ..: Tommy I being lo.r~cd hy the CCF and he will not' .campaign hut ttwl science.
; lilical eampaigner in the field.
:'<lt·:W BRU:\SWICK 1\'..J. IAPl
dent Kennedy has demanded a; Douglas has. fm~lly dr?ppcd the the. Can~than LalJor. Congre,s. \he leadership vacancy . should· ~·lr. Argue's whole ll()litical
Both oldt·r parties feat· incur- The "t>cace corps" ca~e. to l!fe
report by Friday, as a prelimln·l other shoe 10. announcmg form·! Ill~ ch1cl opponent m t?e lead·. s~ck uut the man to ftll 1\. poh- curccr has been in the Com· . sions into their support through ~lontlay at ~utgers Umver~Jty
· ary to a possible injunction thai ally that he _1s prepared now. to, ersh1p race, to ll~ dectded m , heal s?ur~cs. m. the nlhcr par· muns. Mr. Douglas became pro- : formation nf the Xcw Party, hut ' an.d Trxas \\.estern . Colleg~ •. A
would interrupt the strike for so move back m\o federal poht1cs August-CCF ~altona I J.eader ltes smd 11 ts nard lo forecast 1incial leader of the CCF in· the Conscr·vatives hclici'C the thtrd umt wt~l. bcgm tramm~
! days.
: alter 16 years as CCF prem1er Hazen Argue-has been cam-; the outcome.
·Saskatchewan in 1941 and left' Liberals will sullcr more than soon at the Unt\'erstty of Cah·
I
o[ Saskatchewan.
1paigning actively. since .Ianu·!
·the Commons in J944 to run-: they will.
lornia's Berkeley campus. 01
However, Cole placed prime
ary. Al present he is on a swing Mr. Douglas, a unil'crsity gold • and win-a seat in the leg isla-: ELECTIOS U:"'LIKELY
the 8! signed up, 64 will be as·
emphasis on gelling the strik·
Th1s was the reaction among: through Western Canada drum-· medalist in debating, -dramatics· lure.
i Although some sources hal'e signcn to go lo Colombia for
ine seamen and .th.e shipowners! veteran ~ampdigncrs in the: ming up support lor himself.
, and oratory, ~ntcrcd l~lC House:. Con>cn'Hlive and LiheiJil pol·; indicated the government is • ;l~veo :;~~~;s i·~to~~ia~ ~d i~ns;~~~
lo resume negollallons.
:older parlte~ who became conol Commons m '940, five years t!Jctnns look upon :\lr. Argue. 4Jl. 'ahout really to call a general
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More than 150 ships ha\'e been I vinced long ago that Mr. Doug. IIAHD TO FORECAST
. before lllr. Argue, a farmer and' as an a~gressil'e and wily Com- election at any time, most indi· tasks. as hmldmg roads, W:lll·
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I Immobilized ?n the Atlantic 'las would in !act run lor the 1 l'!ith Mr. Argue campaigning: graduate ol the Uni1·crsity ol mons dc!Jaler anti upon ~lr., cations now ~rc that it will no\ · _n;: wells and construct,mg
Gulf IUid Pac11ic. coasts.
leadership o! the New Party actively and Mr. Douglas saying 1Saskatchewan in agricultural· Douglas, 57, as a formtdable po- be held lh1s ;,·car.·
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The Newfoundland Labour crs Union Lon! 855 of the In- , bchaH of a unit of its emRelations Board held its eighty-' ternational Brotherhood
of· plo\'ccs.
ri;itth mrrtin;: on 20. 21 June, J Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Ware-; b. if.~prcseni;~tion Yotc
19til.
housemen and Helpers of Amcr·: Orderedi
Followm~ is an actount of ica affecting Pratt Represents· i The Board ord1•rcd that a rcthc actions taken and decisions' til'es (Newfoundland) Ltd., on. presentation vote be (·onductcd
rendered daring that meeting: 1 the grounds of no majority. A! among a unit of employees of
1. Ctrtlllcatlons Granttd:
. reprcsentahon vote was con- Beach Transport Limited to deIt l The
Board
certified· dueled in this case.
!ermine whether the emplovccs
Tr~nsport and Allied Workers' 3. Application for Revocation desire Truck D1·ivers, tiairv
I Workers, Warehousemen and
t:nion Local 855 of the Inter· ' of Certification Granted:
national Brotherhood of Team· . (a) The Board revol•ed the; Auto Sen· ice Emplnyccs Union
stcrs, Chauffeurs. Warehouse- order of certification issued on ! Local 998 to act as their harmcn and Auto Service Em· 27 February 1951 to Retail ' gaining agent in collcetivc barployees s.a\'e and except Man-, Clerks International Associa- gaining with their employer.
•:er, Foreman. Office Staff and lion Local 160'4 on behalf of a The Board directed that the
Sales Staff.
unit of employees of Ayre & ; unit for voting will be "all em·
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Board. certified Sons Limited. The application i ployees of Beach Transport
Truck Dri,·ers. Dairy Workers.. for revocation of the order was I Limited, save and cxrcpt PreWarehousemen and Auto Ser· filed by Ayrc's Limited and sidenl and Vice-President.''
\'l•e Employees t:nion, Local · A~-re's Wholesale Limited, sue- : 6. New Applications:
. · 183 as the bar~aining agent for · cessor companies to Ayre & I Th~re is at present one ap•:::. unit of employees of Brook- Sons Limited.
' plication for certifil'ation he. field lee Cream Limited. Grand 4. Application for Revocation ' fore the Board. It was filed by
'Falls. The unit comp_ris1•s all · of Certllicalion Rejected:
! Retail, Wholesale and Departemployees sa,·e and r~rept Man(a l The Board rejected an mcnt Store Union, Local 1060
a:;:er••\ssistant ~tanager. Fore- application from Humber Val- aHceting Good)'ear Humber
iten. Salesmen ami Office Staff. Icy Transport Company Limited Stores Limited, Gander.
:. ,,pp!Lcalion for nrtlficatlon seeking rc,·ocation of the order
Rf]ectcd:
of certification issued to Truck
The Board has scheduled its
111 The Board rejected an. DriYcrs, Dairy Workers, Ware· next meeting to commenee on
apphcation
for certification housemen and Auto Serrice ' 18 July 1961.
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A reprcsentatil'e of the Jn.l
ternational l'nion. Carpenters
and Joiners of America, was in
SL John's yesterday hut he
would make no comment when
"Here on this Island we speak interesting than many others asked about a rumoured affilia dialect all our own, as a peo- in diflerent countries. One or II ation of the NBWW with his
pie ,..e share certain speer:n the ad\'anlages that this popu· Union.
habits that class us as a lar speech of ours has O\'er the ! There have bern persislant
bnguistic group" ... and th1s 'correct' formal speech is its: rumours now for tlw past two
is a group of great \'ariety, so· ability to preserve much or the i-waeks that NBWW Is planning
sa1d Dr. George Storey. As- antique and historical inter- an affiliation with the Cnrpcnsociat~ Professor of English at . ~sts.
tcrs and fuel was fed to these
NOT DICTIONERY
rumours ~!on<lay when Stirling
Mtmorial l'nh·ersity.
Yest~rday at the regular
Thomas, two year president of
weekly Kiwanis Jucnheon, Dr. , Man) of our. Newfou~dland the NB\\'W resigned.
Stor~y addressed the club and · words you won t fwd 111 the i Thomas himself ~aid t1111t hr
the many guests that gathered dlcho~ery, but. It was not Dr. hrliei'NI !he 7\B\\'W slwuhl
Those attentlin&: the Music Fe~- : Storey 5 llltcnll~n. speakmg of · join up with the Carpentrr,o;.
th·al Federation meeting here tlus, to deprectate the_ st~nd·
Lloyd Goudie. formPr Yicrm the city were present, and ard langu_age, tillS Itself IS fmn· · president nf thr i\R\\'\\' was
they were all gi\'en_ a \'ery Ill· , ~l' established and IS expand· eleclrd 'fursday as the new prrI sidcnt of the rnion. snt-rreding
formall,·e. and amustng account • mg.
o_f some pomts m our unusual ; But he did suggest thai we ~lr. Thom~s.
hngu1s11c backgrounds.
Dr. shouldn't forget
the use : ~lranwlule. tnndon T.ndd. of
Storey·, talk was ~ntitled "The of our dialects, they pro· : the lntc~national Woodworkers
Relation of the :\ewfoundlan~ ~ \'ide a fascinatin study, they are of A~m;a; decerhf1ed whrn
Dialect to ~tandard Language. e\·ident of free use of words, : the J~;BI\ \\ was set up undl'l'
POPULAR SPEECil
; and gil·e us an index into the : go\·ernment sponsor>hip. sai<l
Popular speech is of an history of the common life on : that the Carpent1•rs-:i\'BW\\' afenormous \'ariety in :-lew~ound· this Island. This 'Popular Ian- ! filintion movp wns ~ ntsp to
land. but Dr. Storey sa1d he guage' is the medium of exprcs- . J:et the. ~oggprs. of 1\pwfound""Duld 1gnore th1s at present. sion for a not inconsiderable · land affthalcrl w1th a hi~ union
and en on to other particular number of our Newfoundland- while pre1·rntin;: them from
d1alects here ... dialects that ers.
1 choosing the union nf tlwir
ue. not de5ernng of the many
i choi1·e. !l!r. Larld said that the
Newfoundland lo~gers. nf gircntsc1sms thrown upon them. j
Hert is one thing that pro,·ed
rn a free l'otc, would choose to
true. but comical-Newfoundhccome members of the 1\\'A
and they would not fal'our an
Ianden have their own accents,
and it seems unlike any others.
affiliation with the carpenters.
For example it was illustrated
lllr. Lad<! Jws said on man\'
that the sound 'Th' 1s pronounc· '
occasions that the loggprs ar;,
eel like 'D'. ·oi' is merely "i'
RCMP and police dog were • only memhcrs of the NR\\'\\'
take for instance 'Bile' the ket· keeping up the search yester· , because they have to he to obtlt . . . the letter 'o' when it 1 day for 20-year·old David Flem- I lain work in the woor!s.
comes before 'R', is more often inc of Portugal Cove who is
Andrew Cooper of the CarTll'o 1':111> were I'Oill'rrning oil
'A' . : . '_~'hat about "~~rn and i ~iding, presumably, somewhere J pentcrs Union said yesterday ~1'"'1' ..... ..,
:•·r ·h'" in
tn the woods around the col'e .. that h1s Un10n may he issuing
bred 111. !liew~oundland! •
houses on Kenna's Hili and
NOT \ IOLATIONS
The man is wanted for ques-1 a statement to-day on the l J •
Far from being ignorant vio·/tioning in connection with a NBWW-Carpentcrs affiliation
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lations of the proper language, number of recent robberies.
these ore tratts of \'er~· old Jan·
When he learned police were
---&uages. and these are some of I coming, the man armed himself
the reasons why the Newfound· with a gun and a knife and dis.
land dialect is so much more appeared.
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Inlcr-pro\'inrial operator toil :.:cwfoundland now •:onnect·. ;
·'" dialing i~ ot be introrluced on , line to a direct trunk. ~he': ::.''•
the .~:va~un Tcleylwne Com- a~ks the St. .John's oper"t•.: ,i!;
pan~ s s)>tcm 111 :->ewfoundiancl. dtal the number wh1ch sho '·,
The new ;ystcm will r:nahle di- ~alling. !Cnder th~ l!l'W Sl';·,~-•
rcet c.alt_s bet ween !on~ dis.anee · she wilt still_ make the u;i;; ..' ·
po1nh v.llhout the lbe of a see- twn to the rhrect trunk I•J 0 ·•
ond operator. A subseriher 111 \'arious part> of the .p:·1, •. ,~
~lontrcal. for example, Wlshm;; without the assistance ol ;,.l ~
.,, to c_all -~ewfoundland will need operator, by u~ing h·:.l ·. ~:~
on\: gl\" the Npwfoundtand chan"e number.'. For e\J" .,.
. 'number to the ;\lontreni ope:a- after makin"n the conn ..' ,·.,,,·,·
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tor Who Will be ahie \o (llace :.:e\'dOI!IHtland '1; 'II" rl·,-,, , -'' a C ~e~ . ' f .
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the call without going throu:'h ~~1\' wdt he auiomat
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a second operator in St. .Jolm'> nri'IL•d to th". . .St . .Jr,t-.11' ' ,• . ld the
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The change will mr:"n tastL·r chan~r: ,, -tcm. If sh•• d 11.,; oresl 1res d 151 1
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long 1hstance scrv1ce. Howcl'cr. she wdl he automatitJ:i· . • f n ce}
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nder conlr~l. h T~lr
any change 111 the size of op- ThPn ,ilr: will hr. able 1,, ,..." f people " 10 3 1
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erator s.ntf.
IH·r pari\· h1· lhahn" •:., 1..11' ctr
The new sy,tcm. the tir,t number . >h~ i< calli;.". ·~--~ The weather yeslcr
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•· eitcet wiwie operatum will 1.·~.,
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phone <hrcetone'. will mean
Al:,·antagc will br i :. ;,; ., .for siJ~\·eys to bl' mil
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asrcraft.
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call<, of \wudr:!rt (•;;change 1111111· crator toll diatm~ w,· ·:: ;jJJirOI'C: toda) of.lclal
hers to rxistm~ ~ubscri~Jcr. Fur pr~)\·ince. Tht..; ~y:::~"llJ t'f'.':
His Tlm1mtr Hon. CllrljllJCIJ \!acphrrson, Lirut.-Govrrnor, officiall~· open- example. all St. .Johns nnm· bemg u<ed betwrrn l.'•,r· . .,;
ed tlte Forgd·llH' tllll appeal comlw::t cd In· the local hranch of the Canadian hers, fo:· long distance call>. Brook. ljrartd Falh .ar.d
will be prefixed with the ex· John'<
Lq.;ion. \Irs . .\!. .\sh, Frcsicknt of the Ladies' Anxiliary, accepts cheque change
rumbcrs '5i'. The areas
from I \is !Tilnour. T]d~ \'Car the orga nizcrs hope to reccin· 8.'5,000.
to he included in the first
The Telct'hone
phase of the program are St. plans to con\'rrl It> whnl!· ,,.-;
.John'>, Topsail. Fre,hwater. tern. lll ~raduat sta;:es. to •; .,..
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Corner Brook. Curling, Pas a- tor toll diaitn~. The e;,a~::.. ,,. ~·,;emcn ye,trrrl;
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be made next vcar will i·r .•. tcm}:tlllg to dt•t•
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A mainland operator calling : first sta;:e of :itc pru~l'3JI: ' cause of a tire on
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"'hich took thr !1
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Technical Surveys
Include Newfoundlan(ff~~;lifa~~~~~~~lt.,,,
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F1. Sgt. Is
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Check This Lisf NOW!
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MORRIS MINOR
Sedan
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RENAULT Sedan
AUSTIN A33
Sedan
+ '54 .OLDS
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CHEV. Delray
"88" Sedan
PLYMOUTH Plaza
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+ '16 CHEV. Delvy.
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.Flight Sergeant Wcstaway
joined the RCAF or. tho 2nd. of
November 1939 and now retires
after completing more than 21
yean of service with the air
for~e. A native of Sydney N.S.,
he was employed in Hamilton
Ontario for a number of year~
'before joining the RCAF.
Flight Serget.nt Westaway
has been stationed in nearly
every province thioughout Can·
Claude K. Howse, Iron Ore
Company of Canada representa- ;
til·e in Newfoundland, confirm-·
rrl yesterday that Labrador City •
has hecn incorporated as a Joe- ·
al improvement district and a
hoard of trustees have been appointed.
~lr. Howse said that the new
dty, locatrrl in the iron-rich ·
Wahush Lake area of interior
l.ahrarlor. is increasing its population e\·ery month and, in
few years the area will be well
populated and will contain water and sewerage faciliies, eler: tricity theatres, churches. store'.
WESTAWAY
recreational ccnteres and ever,··
ada and spcn, a short time in thing else residents of a to,~n
England and Germany during would need to live adequatly .
the Second World War.
and comfortably.
In 1953 he was transferred
He said that, i nthe past few
from Calgary, Alberta to RCAF years many millions of dollars
station Torbay, where he has have been poured into developsince remained. Flight Sergeant ments in this area and this will
Westaway and his family have continue.
now become permanent residents of Newfoundland and re- . Folks praise the radishes
side at 35 Pentanguishene, I they've grown at home and
then get their tongue bitten.
Portugal qove Road.
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FAREWELL PRESENTATIO:'II-At the regular monthly meeting of the Cerebral
Palsy Parents Association of St. John's held on June 27th, a farewell l!!esentatl011
was made to Dr. McCann (right) by Mr. Frank O'Toole (left) on benalf of the
Association. Dr. McCann had the distinction of being the first medical dlrtdor
of the Sunshine Camp as well as the first director of rehabllltatlnn for chUdrta
and adaits In the Province and was instrumental In founding the Cerebral Pal11
Parents Association. Dr. McCann will be leaving the Province very shortly to
lake up new duties in the state of New Hampshire.
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Grounded Teachers' Conference:
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Mee~ing, ,0,"~" ,~.~ ,~~.~~"" Dyer Due.
Spotting Planes
President~s Report I-Ieard ~~it~~~i;:~~}~ ~~~~~~~~\~-[~J':.~,~~r·a~~;.
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tcatc Court 1.•:itilin the nl'::t
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th~y opcrattrl :l:r· .. :d'y \\'i~n'n
A sati~fying and thorough : hclJalf ot the (;ol'cn;mcnl of
: the :\c::frl\lll'i!anrl ciHc 1• n:ile
• , "·.;rrda) S. s. l'rtrrs, o;·t•r the rrgiuns where the:
Officials of the welfare de· conference for the Newfound- ':\'cwfounrl!and. lie was l!,lJowllimit.
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, partment said they hoped to land Teachers' Association was , rd hy his Wor~hip, ~la,·or II. G.
\ The act l1il('.'~(· 1 !::: ~c,u!.- plfl _C
thr ll~ii~ :'\ells that the
Tlw fires at Mobile and Ar·' complete the job of returning brought ln a close last mght at , H. ~lcws, who wclcmucd the
l:l::;t Oet(J!wr ~~::d !hl' !I~Cll ha\·r
rr·t fli•"• 1 onrs · 1wrr roolin~ (;t·ntia rtuad arc completely un·: the evacuees to their homes the ~.ld _colony .Chth. whc~l} · m~ny dclc·~.a.tes fro~1 other cen:
bern t'l::J:·:;':'J nn l'tP11p!a:!1ts of
.. ,.rl' Jlllt all thr fires n·rr
drr rontrol and ma)· be rXIIIl·l Wrdn~day.
. dmnc._' .s held .•nul _Inc Ptcsl· Ires .111 :-.le.doundl.md, ~nd of
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~;; • .,. 11 :rul." Tlw thonsamh guishrd today if il is al all 1 NOTE-Firemen said that: d~nl, · ..I II. Sa1n~lllll')' gal·~· •('.'t·~ ~rcc\l.ugs fr~1~1 ltle tit~·
Jell of t:•e FcrJ .. r;il Fi-ltr·rir.;
, rr··J'r "!10 had to nat·ualr poss1hlc.
' some equipment used in fight·, Ius rt";1:1 ·t.
· ot St. .Juhn s. Dr. "· A. lhck·
•. :,.,,.., ,,rrr m<11in~ h;ll·k.
The additional fire·fightin::! ing the blaze in the St. John's! Chait'm<lll for \l1c cvcnin~~·s :nan of .\ll·morial t:n1ven11)', ..
· ',,' ~uthrr .'rslrrrla): in the t"([tllllllll"lll ordered b\' the De· I area was apparently used by I ceremonies, was lllr. II. II. and ~Jr. t;. )';ason, JlA, vtstlllr
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madr it impo"ihlr Hmrn lwre from Montreal by returned.
the Assoctatwn, and he intro- · l·cderill~ '· Wtth 11lnch tile.
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They ask ~nyonc having any duccd thosr who
t!~iii'Crcd i\<•wlll~r·.t:;:ttl t\s;;oemtwn is ·
;.,, ' " ' 1.111. If 1·onclitions im· when nt·('cssary.
Oflici~Js of, of this equipment to contact the greetings. The fir> I of lhr'c conncl'l•~<i. abo spoke for ,3
r·"r '"~·'·' ol!idal~ 11ill fly the dcpaJ·tnwnt arc hnpin~ that fire patrol office or the For· I was the lion. C. :lla:; Lane: :llin· ,!lllrl while. Durin~ the days
· tht·)· will 1101 hal'c lo face an·' estry Division, Department of istcr of Welfare. 11' 1111 otfrrcd prorPcdJ\1~>. Jlr. \a.:on spoke 1
The :.::.'\','tnl11'U;~:, l T"avher~
otlwr fire outburst like tll~y I Mines and Resources.
l bc't wishes to tlw Tc,;;l'iwrs on . on ulueatwn 111\lun l.!bcl:i and:
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ha1·c hrl·:: [lghting during the
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; llpen~ in St. .lrth!J> ltHL::y. De!c·
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gr.t<:.o: frum ;til o'. C'l' the proYifJ('l'
Totl;tl' rcpol'ls should he rcpront! \'cry
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: re~Hc:·c:l l'r·.<ttnL.:_. and thr,·
re11t•d 'rrom Hare Bay. Gamlcr
/teachers . .ond :llr: ".ason s ialk
will :-it dO\rn (o d: . . ,·u~ .:on~ on
and tht• other hot ~pots.
I was cormdered \Cr)
mfollna- I
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tr1 (la:•. lO·JllUl'·
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l'eoplt• ht<~an returning to•
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lltll'lil;.! 1he JllPt'lin!.!:- ;1 n~>\1.
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addn·»
slat(' o[ l>ifil'l'l'> Will br· rJcctPd
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:\ol a. Rear .\dnural Krlllteth
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Sir>, Honoured gut•st.<, ladies ~ ·
I.lo;rl Dyr•r. DSl'. CD. FtC:\, Flag
l;··;t:.·a,r:'.~';,::,'lrln . l'"i>tt•d.
I and gentlemen:
It is with a ·..
Oflil'er .-\tlantie l'oa;t. wJII ar·
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: little trepidation that I assume ,.
t'il'r in St. .John's Saturday
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tIta I 1.l \1'1.ll hr n. rcrssary this position to a! ress 1you. ;··.
thr rarnl31l tlf thr la"t 24 homs Citv Council from residents of to reconstruct bott1 hm IIt mgs Ill who
l know that there ~n· some wn:
The ,\dmiral will stay herr
will hurl my own adl'ke
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da~·s. lie will be joined
three
back in my teeth. lor 1 hal'e
··· ,l: \;r and \1:-~ ,l;,nv·;-; has remnnd .'my d;m.~cr to co~· , Ro~he Street and vicinity, con-, conlorm~nce with the eode.
afternoon· by
:)n thi< c!ale last year it \\'as here Saturday
''l;'ulmltll'~ 'l hlla:fd l•ofrroc;nter tll'tde: crrning the approl·al of an ap·.
HIU.CRI;ST FAR~lS
Cl'cr admonished hash[ul TV
Jlrs.
!Jyrr.
who
will arril'e hy
a
beautiful
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Tim farm has stated that tt punclists, "if you hal'e "'me·
,cenc ol the li"'es that people '
air.
Both
will
be
~ucsls of !!is
prraturc reached cighty-~ix de:-ould return to ·tl;cir l!Omrs
Supermat' ·et on dl he coprner 0 1 is trying to make plans for fur- thing to say, then say it. What's
Honour
the
L!CUt.·(;ol'cl'nor
ann
grees. It
is hoped today's
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The hap[ll" trek back ben
d an t e ortuga , t11er 11eve 1opmcnl o[ 1'ts prcmts!here to be nervous or bas 1l f uI
Jlrs.
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at
Gol'crnmcnt
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about noon Wednesday
Jlousr.
warm. or close to the 80's.
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~ I Thorburn Roads
Thc1· would thl'self' must be the order now.
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the arras only d1rl road With seventy-three residents of Roche 1.k
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truck< cars and nhiclcs o! ·
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;n 11 •·mpll•.' (·r~ of pc~p-Jc ,;·ere to ~tovc back '
Place an
r~ \Rdm h ree · their position will be 01·cr the regular monthly meetings last·
They have a11 vo1ce I c same
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Rd l>l;utd who walk·
~!r. l'r:ers said fog pre,·cnlcd complaint.
1 next cw }cars.
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troug 1 o ·
.. :~t·:r Johs Turstla~· in an aenal sun·e,· of the fire area I
CON ITIONAL
I The Counctl has p.tsserl thts often, as well as an cxlraordin·
1Jcttcr over to the Town Plan- . ary meeting. The Table Officers
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I But the complamts contamcd: ning Commission which will in- hal'e been additionally busy, for
· c.:.;:;tland machinist;. re· hr~s were sllll burnmg,
: the condition, that t.hcy were', vestiaatc the whole matter,
their services have been requir- ,·
. : : .. work anam
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Jfftctals
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'\'here tile Councl'l pcrmt'tted ll'ke to pay trt'bule to our ltard·
G. :>IASON, !rom the Can·
,.- .! Thr ~I me Workers' skres and warm temperature
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ad ian Teachers' Federation. He
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rom,
or
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four
taxi
cabs
to
operate.
there
workin2
and
efficient
staff,
''lron~h Prcmlrnt D. I. a"ain toda\'
R h St t 11 · f It that
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na,·e a talk on Russian Ecluca·
A dispute between Transport· Tile conciliation board. will
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are now five running. This in· who, dcopite the fact that they ~
· · .'arkman. ~aid 1t would
The re,ourrc~ d~parlment :if there were exits from or en·
lion, and later answer.<! many and Allied \\'orkcrs
Union. cndea\'our lu effect settlement
'' ... · ·r m•ttrr to a hoard of ~till had about 20 pumps and tries to the proposed business formation came from the Taxi·, constantly assert that theY arc questions on thai system.
Local :-; 0 . 35:; and Concrete of I he que>tions of tl) wage;,
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Was ABot One
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To Work
Conciliation Board
To f1andle Concrete
Products Dispute
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•·· '><kman :<atd that the
',','lortrh•fhl~lnarc50.BOaOO··Trrcentt\of
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i~thl~ Pro~tucts
horsea I pr_cmises from Ro_che
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.<elf !J•<.'Uil1C cnthroiledLunltcd has been rr.· !2l hours o[ work. ar.rl. I:Jl
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suit 1n consider "
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· Bridge Taxi. Mr. 11. Barron is· "over and beyond the call of ,;itualion. hut I hal'c al>o lound.
The ho<•rrl is c;;pcclrd 1,,
II here .lJO.OOO cords of l'aluahle ' ably increased lrafftc over and now opcratin~ car number fil'e 'd t "
. tltc cx·pct'I.Cllt'C stimulating and
In a relca.<r i~sucd YC>lcrda~·
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from \he o{[il'e oi thr lion. C. hc~tn 1\s ''·'0fk as :<oun a~ the
.... . ; ~~rrn,eth f'f hi~ umon hlark ·spruce \ alucd at '$7 '000.· 1
• a on!( oc e ' rce •
ra am ' which was former}\·· part of Pep·
"We have not been ~ucer~s· r!lt 1··atJ\·c.
It ts nn.· ll'ish for 11. Eallam. :>Ii1mlcr of Lahour. members lia'c taken the o;~lh
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ra~in~ firc5 that Hruck two . Tl ll~ tncr easr "as not ob)CC l Tim 15 not confnrmm~ \nth the of crluca\ion ..m thrs provml'r, on to P\TII greatrr aehirl'e· the namcc o[ the memhc" of prc.<~·nhrd for mrmhrrs of the
, . 'l ~ ~"Ill rou!ct nrrur at any
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the ho;~nl \\CrP
ennnunl'ed. hoerd by The Labour Relation'
ll'erks a~n.
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' eit)' h)'·law. and must
he .vel we feel we hal'r matie ~nnw mrnls. In dosing I· would like They :trc :.tescrs. A. II. Crosbie. ,\ct.
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progrc~s. and are still working lo express heartfelt thanks to
rom. ·
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·' Councillor Nt•hhnn•l•
•. ~.mvolves
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-~ C.<\rtS
on
the others.
the Tahir Officrrs <llld offier nominee
thr1r
Horwood. nominee nf tile l"n·
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An application followed dose
"\Vith the Dept. of Education :<taff on whom I have leaned
wh 0 te netnhborhood and hr
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reqmres
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lion and. more tnformahon
will
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a conciliation hoard
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h cars from the premises. Rut comincctl them of the incffcc· worthy l'residcnl. I should here
he al~atlcd, especially from 1 e as before, this docs not ron· tuality of. their proposed A also expre:<s my thanks \o the was made by lhc Cnion when
llaily :'\rws (arrirrs arc ~·
· Hou~mg Corpor~tlo~ m respect i fnrm.
· Liecnce for the same group.
member:: of the Counctl of Edu- efforts to n·ach a colleclil·c
ad\'isetl !hal fur the next
·' · • •·hl; hu1ldtng !JI;ms llubrrt>. 14 Pine Bud A1·cnue, a to dtfferc~t zonm~ m th~ aren.
TIIANK YOU
"\\'e had need to bring to ca!ion for !heir co-operation, ·agreement prol-rd lruitle~s. /1
two months The Daily l'icws ·.
GRl• AT CONCERN
conciliation officer had been
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~ The recent forc~t fire on the the attention of the Dept. of an~ I mu>l not for~ct the mem·
\1 ill not be published on Sat·
· r'tcnla.', mnc hung- Cornwall Al'cnue to erect an I In concludmg ~hetr pellwn. Mount Scio-Gro,•cs Road area; Education early in the school bers of the University staff· appointed to asstst the dpartie>
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1;: 1 111~. anr year a rhscrepancy 111 the E<1u- under whose tutelage I :<at h)' .
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whic·h a statutory holiday oc· .
:he fo!lowm~. B. l'aslun Al'cnue, a plastic sign;! trusted the Cou_ncll -;ould J!:IIC 11radors were tnl'olvrd. some of: ration Aet (19\iO), which deals, day anrl who accepted me as an, cnultl not he re .. o led.
cur~.
l':,.nh Hoad: l•:tdand Jl. \'. Knowlill", 158 Water Sl ' fa\'?~rable con~ldcrahon In the · these were from the Council. ·with the jlcna!i?.ill" of teachers : equal hi' nicht.''
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erl
to pay their WP~kly at·
·.: Trokl>. ~~ llamrl A1·e· Torba)
Ho~d. rcnol'ations; clern" tdo the s'gc~~tes .ln parllcl1t· ance prompted the thanks of 1real ~ituation showccl them an;! : rqtort, a prrscntatwn was ma.dc'
count
not later than 12.30
. ..• c.... nc I l'l ar k·e J.1<..
I I ot I"\l'\'111
. llan·y, Water Street, a ' ar' anRECONSTRUCTION
o lie l y m g~ncra. • Ft'r_e Chi
. wea.kness, and 1\. was lu ~lr. Utarles
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r_1,.,an. who. has , u& this
Gom Iyear, Prtn·
p.m. on Frida)s until further
!. · :'• ttay. Strert: :.hl'ili!Cl plastic !,ign; the Nfld. Brewery
Wrt\ten to the Crty Council.
speedily rectified.
i r1pal nf the Grand Falls High I
notice.
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15 :\cw Co1 c Ltd., Circular Road, an ext en·
The Engineer has reported
PICNIC WATER
"At this llmc, since the Dept. i Sehool, in recognition of out·, .\1atthcw,, Lot 1\l A swn ;md for the Canadian on proposals of the Theatre
A water supply for the St. of Education is involve<! I feel : .1\anding sen·ires. He
was
Three arrc.-ls wrre made hy
'< Hnad: A J'prry, Lut Lictuul Air, Cashin Avenue, a Pharmacy to reconstruct in 1\!ar~··s Church Sun?ay school! we should slate that we finally . awarded a certificate of Life· t•it:: police 0 csterday.
PORT ARTHGR 'CPI - Any.
:· .,:11~al l'O\e Road: Ay- pril'ale garage approved by the 1 concrete the present building: Plen.tc ~as been conftrm~d, The · succeeded in convincing the 1 ~!cmbcr~hip in the Assot·ialion.
Two men were arrested for
bod1·
who claims to see ~pots
;· '' 'i'urrclt. Lot 80 lh•nry Ftre Commissioner.
and the building to the West i ~ffatr ls planned for tl~1s rom- Department of Finance, through Miss Elizabeth Hall, teacher at drunkcnne>s and one for being
before his 1'\'es coultl he right
5 Ftcld, ·. the go.od off.iecs of th.e .Premier St. .G.corgc's is also rlue
:-::((' <rod lor Joint \\'. Lillrv,
The rslimatcd .value of all ion. Queen's Road to provide ad-~mg
Saturday,
on
Lester
the
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apparently insane.
hre. The roof o[ the tourist pa' : T· :·• .. tl !toad.
the ahol'e plans IS $160,350.00.. dttional floor space for the
ou 5 on ·
I as actmg Fmance ~hmslcr, of cerl1ftcate, hut she was not pre·
IITIIER RUl.lli:'\G
I Pharmacy and for Doctor's ofSAFf:TY COUNCil,
the feasibility, and pral'licabil· sent.
· RC~!P arrested one man, red. pink and blue polka dols :
·•1 R ll1amond or :12 Hatcher
A proposed beauty salon for , [ices upstairs. The Building . The white pavement mark· 1 ity of Payroll checkoff for our , Eight honorable retirement charged with criminal ncgJig. administered during tht weeken
b;• persons unknown.
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~::w tla, heen l:il'l•n pcrmis· Ft•rn )!oore on 75 Golf Avenue Inspector informed that regu- tn_gs ,on the upper end of i Credit Society. This comes a • awJrds were also presented. I enre.
H;, to hutld a basemen apart· wa~ not permitted as it would lations do not permit change Kmg 5 Road .. were discussed by 1 after three years of futile re· '
~_~r.:: Charles llurphy ol 22 he ro11lrary to Zonin1; regula·· of occupancy from ·a dwelling the_ Nfld. Safely , Council at 1 quests previously, and with our,
l_wun :\l'enur, prtl'ate cara~:c: lions.
.fto a drug store, as the IaUer is lhetr recent mcetm!(. 11 was J Credit Society already on the I
~. Lu~cnmbe. •;Iizabeth Avr·
Tlw Bur~ Club for the Kins- considered more hazardous.
1 felt.. however .. lhat motonsts upsurge we f«el llw\ •.re han•
'"'· 1 rear
balrom · Eastrru Ill ln. to be situated at Mundy
It was recommended thnt the' leanngl Qt~et·n s. Hoat! rxlenswn l'nnw won the battle.
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Ctn~ Supplie~. Ken mount Pond. was referred to the City owners of Theatre Pharmacy
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_R..,d, an utenston: Or. .1. · Planning Offiecr.
be advised, if they plan all era- : ~crv~ng the so ltd ltnc· 011 Km~ s
In the main it h~:s ht•en a
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' pleasure to sefl'~ vou in these
· The Safely <ouneil fdl too ; last .few months. Sometimes. I
that If there were parkmg on have wondered why I Jcl mv·
the north side of Queen's Road - - - _ _ --·- _____ .. :..
extension, there would be less 1 llORSE BEFORE CART?
con~:rstion.
The sugr.cslions i Councillor Henley spoke of
that thr Safely pcoplr have put ' the work at Rawlins' Cross. He
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forward, along with thdr slurl- ' said that only rcrenlly nrw
irs of the area. will he consid- while lines w~re painted on the
rrrd by the Traffic Commis· :street~ there, showing
lhc
PLAIN 'N' FANCY COlTONS
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i lanes and proper rlirrtlions.
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;l'llrhttt. or ·lliddlc Brook. sh_e mamtatns g.nod )!radcs, she :a year for. po.st-graduate study : A housewife. resident ol Em- I are hcing dug up, and the
liTTlE GIRLS' SIZES 2-6X
.~~~hahas brt'n awarded a sr· wtll also be ftllllnrcd _to the 1 anywher~ m Canada or abr~ad. pirc, has raised a complaint I rougher work done first. This
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;e Bank of Montreal same extent through thml-and 1 Then, 1n 1Q67, the two fmal : anainst the Roval Exl'avating :may help scrub out the while
anada t'l'r.tennial Scholarship · lourth·year studies tn gradu· Canada Centennial awards will c~mpany on r:mpirr Avenue. i lines. Other Councillors felt,
~~~::ce her ·way throu~h ation.
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~e m~de-one in arts and one She says that there il filth, rlirt howel'er. that the lines had to
TEENS 'N' WOMEN'S SIZES 10-18
btt
l Um,·erslt)'. to~ard_s ' ,ln ch?Osmg Haze_!, the B ?f m. scte~ce. These two av:,ards noisy motors, grease and. odors be put there, no matter when
fir &01 I of a career m sc1enlt· · M s natwnal selection commit· wtll be m the amount of $:>,000 tormenting her residence and and
Councillor Nightingale
ltiarc~.
1 t~e noted that she urned the to be use_d for further stud.y those neighboring, Having writ- said that traffic can't be hinbu.\nnounctng the award, the I highest average mark of any anywhere m the world. For thts ten to the management of the dered at any time.
out!.At~ Haul w~ one of 16 first-yea.r student at Memorial fino~~ contest all studen~ w~o company, she apparently found
JIIANY PERiUITS
.._.!!Vinll.ldm& Canad1an students Unlverstty. She was also des- reee1ved B of M 1cholarsh1ps m no results, and the nuisance
The Engineer has submitted
~eholarships in the cribed by her professors as 1960 will be eligible.
continues. She has therefore in- a report that since January 1st
B flf phase or the seven-year "promising beyond doubt" and
formed the Council to 8ee what 1961, there were 122 permits,
Llt.1M .Program.
"completely devoted" to her
TO PAY $19,250
can be done.
valued at $5,472,600 allowed
: )_~ar, _the young Memo· : work.
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To each of the final winners,
In her letter she said "Un- 1 within the city and one mile
l:n1\enr1ty of Newfound· 1 Hazel 1s the daughter of Mr. the plan will have provided a forlunatcly tho>e of us who boundary. In the metropolitan
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student wa~ awarded one i and _Mrs. Norm~n Pritchett ~od total of $19,250 at the end of were foolish enough to huild area there were 23 permits,
Ute t.wo ftrst-year $750 f recc1ved her pnmary .educahon the bank-sponsored study.
our homes here must stay, but : totalling a value of $222,000.
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for this province- at Gander Academy and Gambo
So far as is known, the pro· the mess in the company pre· i
S.A. BOOTH
of 48 1n Canada. Choice of before going to St. George's gram is the first of its kind any· mises should not."
1 Permission has been granted
111 Heond-phase winners High School, Gambo, from where In the world, In announc·
The Council has directed the · the Salvation Army to erect a
...~w been made from these 1 which she graduated last year. ing the plan in May last year, City Engineer to hold discu5· small platform in front of
u1 a Uhonal selection com·
G. Arnold ijart, president of sions with the Company man- Government House on Sunday
made up of leadine 1
I FELLOWSHIPS
the B of M, said I>~ hoped it agement to see what can be morning, July 16th. The plat·
l.qatfi,,, tducatorJ.
' At the conclusion of the pre· would provide, "a tangible and done to rectify matters. The form will be used as a rcview6 FRESHWATER ROAD
ll St.• PElt YEAlt
sent thrtt·year phase in 198", worthwhile observation of the Mayor felt that it i~ not right . in)l stand for th~ Con.:;ress
lllrl1 IIChohrship will be dr;;ht of the 18 B of M-sponsor· national CentenniAl tn the nr fair to those residents in ! leader~ and it will be thcrr
1for only an hour.
U,500 ill ' the 11181-82 1 ed araduatea will be eho&en for future national advantage."
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education in this eolony,
In thls paper are copyrighted and their
'Canada ...................... $12.00 par annum
Rcsolved,-lhat
the liovcrnor in
rc ;~rodnction IJ prohibited.
t:ouncil
shall
appoint
a Board to he
l.l111tcd Kingdom and all
t•allcd
the
Council
of
Higher
Education.
forct~;n countriee .. !14.00 per annum
Mcnlber Audlt Burea11
for lhc purpose of the promotion of
of Circulation.
Alllhorlzrd 11 second clast maU,
sound lcarnin~ and the advancement of
Post Office Department, Ottaw5.
lhc intrrr~ts or higher cdueation by the
awardinl: of prir.cs. scholarships ancl
THURSDAY ..JUNE 29, 1961
dl\llomns.
Rcso\vrt\.-1 hoi 1h" ll~t·rivrr (irJH'ra 1
•hall nnnu~lly p~y to thr snicl Cm&m·tl
nf lli~hcr I~dm·alion. m11 of the funds
of the colnn~·. lhc sum of four thnusnnd
II rrmarkahlc fnl'l ~dmut the through welfare a11d tmemploy- tlollars to he expended hy lhc said
l!t~•wth nf the Newfoundland popu- ment insurance, the fnct that we
Council for lhc pur·pose of the ciH'&HJr·
latinn i> that in an rra in ll'hich the have a very high proporlion of per- a~cmcnl of hi~hcr r<lucation in prizes
hi~hc't fal'ilitie~ fm· cmi.gration sons under sixteen, and the expRn- and schoiRr~hips. and in drfrnyin~ the
h:ll'r rxi.,lccl. lht•rc hns been very siun of the service and construction - co.•l of necessary examinations.
Rcsolvcd.-thal such o!hrr powers
littlr In:-' nf P"Pulation for that industries.
•hntl
hr ~ivcn lo, and suf'11 nlhr&' dutips
rca~nn.
The result hns been 11 rule of
Tll'riiT 'Tar~ <&l!o. the ni'CtTiding na\Ltral increase which is equal to illljloscrl on \he said Coundl of Highrr
fear w;&' tlwt the rcmoY<II nf hHr- the ncl national increase from nll ~:duration, as may hr nrce>~nry for lhc
accomplishment of the object~ for which
ricr~ bet ween :\cwfoundlnnd and somces and an expectlltion th11t the
Canada ll'nuld t·ausc n l'el'\' ,great prc~ent census will indicate a popu- ~aid Council ~hall he appointed.
Resolvcd.-thal a bill rmhodying the
nulfloll'. II wa' this that spat•ked lation of about 470,000 with 11 trend
principle of and to give cffcd lo lhc"c
the mclu't nal dr1·elopment policy that suggests that we shall achieve
re~o lut ion~ he inl rn ducetl as the report
th;~t bel!all in \!}51\. But the fact the half-million mat·k as early as
of this l'Ommitlcc.''
•
The Population Change
~ecnb
!o he that out-migmtion has December, 1963, or 1·ery soon tLerebeen :ciatin·h· 'mall. a farl which after.
m;n· be <t>LTibcd to four chief rcaThe Newfoundland submission to
~o:~::-.
the Gordon Commission in 1955 preThc,c Hl'C a dcdine in work dicted a range between 51i5,000 and
opplll'llltlll ,. on the mainland. a 590,000 by 1970 and the perpetua1rcmrndou~ impnwcment in New- tion of the present rate of increase
fn,:ndlancl I il'ill!! standards in which suggests that this may be a very
the nart-time ll'orkcr can share accurate forecast.
Our Farming Population
fort\' Years a.co the census indira ted tllat we had :l.:.!:.!7 farmers and
t!1at there II'Cl'e :l5.000 others. inc!udin~ fishermen, ll'ho also culti' a ted the land. Fourteen years
later. it was re1·ealed that the num,,cr nf farm workers had increased
b~· ncarlv 50 pe1· cent. No statement was made about the extent of
~ub~istem:e farming althou~h this
wa~ probabl~· a5 great as it had ever
been.
1: i~ :ntcresting 110\1' to learn from
the Dcput.1· l\1inistcr of Agriculture
that about :l.OOO persons are fully
cmplo~·ect on the land. He has not
itldil'atcd the division of labour
among the 10.000 persons he mentions as drawing some benefit fro)TI
f~rmin!!.
One thinQ that is known is that
tnc a\'eragc land-holding of profcs~ional farmers has increased. The
crcatcr use of tractors and other
cq Ulpmcnt has allowed larger tracts·
to b! fanned with less labour. But
it may at least be said that any industry that gives a reasonably good
standard of living to as many as
3,000 families is highly important.
Agriculture has been always an
economic orphan but it has nevertheless been a substantial source of
earning power and, in the past. on
a subsistence level, it helped many
fishermen and others to achieve an
independence they could not have
acquired hy other means.
Handicapped as we are by thin
and rocky soil, short gt·owing seasons and the necessity o[ hand-feeding livestock over· long periods.
agriculture has always had tough
obstacles to surmount. But it docs
seem that intensive application of
all the aids that science and technology can now stlpply, coupled
with the prospect of acquiring large
new tracts of land from the reclamation of bogs, should make possible a steady advance in the production of more of our own
requirements of basic foodstuffs.
Thi~ was a rcpDrl of a commiltrc of
lhr wlmlc but, before its adoption. it
had to face opposition. 1\lr. (later Sir
Alfred) Morine moved and Sir .James
Winter Reconded an amendment which
wns couchrd in thc~c words:
"Whereas there are many sctllements
in this colony in whkh there arc no
public schools:
And whereas It is expedient lo pro·
l'idc that every child in the colon)' ~hall,
If possible. h8\·c an opportunity to l~arn
lhe rudiment~ of ~duration. at least:
And whcrca~ it is the opinion of this
House thnt it is not only expedient, but
also highly improper. that higher cdu·
calion at public expen~c should be af·
forded to those children who now en·
joy the pr~~~gc·-~f _ attc~d-ln~ -~ublic
nATT.Y NEWS. ST 1QIJ;\J'S. NFI.D. TI-Il1RSDAY, Jlll\'E 29, 196!
What
By
Wayfarer
schools, until. at least, primary educa·
tlon shall have been afforded to ell
children in the colony;
Be it rcsolved,-lhat the Receiver
Gener~l shall pay oul of the funds of
the colony the sum of four thousand
dollars for aiding in the establishment
of schools in plnccs in which there arc
none at the present lime."
The amendment was. of course. de·
fcatcd and thus the Cmmcil of Higher
Education and the public examination
system were horn
The Act which created the Council of
Higher Educalion has been called by
llr. Fred Ro\\'c in hi5 History of Educa·
tion in Newfoundland "the greatcM im·
petus to serond~ry education." The
Council cstahlishrd examination.~ ha~cd
on a syllabus which it prescrihcd. The.<r.
COI'eml five J!l':1dc~. heginnin~ with
Primary whil'h was thr rqui1·alenl nf
ll1r pr·~''rnt grade >rvrn. Then followed Prelimin:~r~·. Inlrrmediatc. Junior
A~'nci:Jiinn and Senior A"ociale. The
la'l (II'O wrre cquil'alcnl lo n!alrif'uJa.
linn l'P<JUir<•ments nf !he T:nil'rr~i(~ of
London. Tmlay the)· ~r~ rrprc.<cnlrd
hy grades rlel'rn And twrl\'c.
It i' an odd [art th;&tlhr
~radr
lll'rhr
or .'cnior :!>.<oeiatc l'irtually disapprarrd
with the opening of I he ~lcmorial l'niI'Prsity Coll~~r. This was hccnusc this
highest ~radc was ~liminalt•d from thr
srrond:1r)' or hi~h schools and \hose who
wanled it had to ~o to ~!emorial. Bul
thr fad is that ~rade tweh·r. senior
matriculation, or whatever rise it ma)·
he called. should today he part of the
high school .<yslem. 11 is n far bel!rr
standard for uninr~ity entrance than
grade eleven and the work done in grade
twch·e should conslilul~ the real Iran·
sition period between high school and
uninrsity.
lnl'idcnlalty all C.l! E. examination~.
ineludin~. T believe, the lowest grade~.
were ~el in Bngand and the paper~ wrr~
sent to England for markin!!. The ex·
aminalions were ~xlrrnat in all respects.
But that would not be a convenient ar·
rangcment today. So far as the Conn·
cil of Higher Education is concerned. it
was abolished in 1949 ann lhc function.<
it performed have hcen taken over h)'
various Mencir~ within the Deparlment
of Educal ion.
Others
1'10 PROFIT, NO JOBS
Kingston Whig·Standard
Businc~scs arc not run to nwkc jobs
-they arc run to make profits. When
costs arc forced up to the point where
a business can no lon~er rnalce a pro·
lil, that business will cease and the jobs
will disappear.
Saying
Are
SH!.OO A PLATE
Mose Jaw Times·llcrald
Hcmcmber the "Pic in the Sky'' th,
Abcrhart, head of the Social Credit par:
I~; Albert. dangled before the 1·otcrs ·
the Foothills Province, in the campai;·
which rcsullcd ln his bursting lt':
office'' Everyone was lo get so Ill~(
per mon:h from the provincial gorerr.
men!, all the worries of living were t·.
disappear with a wave of the S'~r~a:
Credit wand.
Those were lhc days when ,gulllh:,
Albertans were buying bricks, at ,.
much per. with which an edifice wa5 :,
he built in which ''Blble Bill" ~~''•Ilk
propound his rcligious·cconomic de"
trine.
Recently in Calgary, lhe turn of
wheel in full orbit was to be nh''"""'"
with a tcle.,copc or the aid of an:.
mechanical device. ll saw Calgary !ran,.
[erred from a baskct·lunch Social Croci::
banquet nf Ahcrhart days, lo a ':'"··
r1url'' ~pre~d.
Th~ .Juhilr~ J\udilorium in 1.''1~"'·'
all e\Tn larger hall n{ famr lhan l!·r
Biblr ln,titutr. was lhr ~crnr nf A >:~
a plalr dinnrr. put on by lhr part" .\11
lhc profit~. nau~hy worrl th;&l, wrrr ~':
thr pari y lund>.
lt's a far rr.v from 1h~ da)' ··h~
Ahrrhart ~lumped lhr foothill.<. t~;::r:
lh• PPoplr how prom· thry worr. •·1
hnw he would make lhcn1 ri<'h and p:o1..
perous hy rrforming the orthr>dn•: ftr;on
cia\ system. :>low lhe people lha: Jia
party was ;::oinl! to pr01 ide wtlh F:,<;·
Ji,·ini(. ha,·e lo dig down for SIU a r'~:,
to allrnd another exhortation ~athrr.
in,r:. ll's long :-incr the Ahcrhart thco::n
were thrown O\'crhoard by Al11crla "''1
lhe relurn to orthodox think and and r:.
nancing. thus lea1·ing the field of ··pte :n
the ~ky" lo the Soeiali~ls.
S};NATE SECURITY
Calgary Albertan
It i~ true that senators arc appointed,
not elected, and that the method of ap
pointment lt•aves something to hr desir·
cd. Bul one of the reasons for having
lhem appointed ,and gi1·en the security
of life membership, was presumably to
Pnsure that lhey would be lc.;s subject
lo transitory
political con~itlcra!ions
than lhe members of the House o[ Com·
mons •nd therefore able to prevent
the passage of unwise or iniquitous lr~·
islatinn if necessary.
C'A\'AilA A:"ll 'SIX'
V il'l oria Colon i'l
.\, • mrmhrr of thr l·:uropr•n Cnftl·
111011 :'ll:&rkct. <'annda would have lo com·
pi)· wilh the ~:rnrral tariff a~rrrmrnt of
lh~ ~roup,
and this would hrin~ iulo
Can;&rl~ • flood of Koorls madr in Eur·
opran countrir~ with lowr1· WI\:,.!C !'caks
•nd lowrr standards of livin~: lhan arc
Pn.inyrrl in Canada. ~l<1ny Canndian
<rcondar:.' inrlustrir~ eoulrl nol ~urvi1·c
~u!'h rnmprlilion.
In return il is '"itl
Cannrln would reap lhc hrnrfit in its
o11·n r~pnrl trade. bul whal Eumpean
r:nmtrirs want from Canada is our raw
malrrials and not our processed nrli·
clcs. ancl we certainly do n•lt need to
he in the Common jf.arkct :o sell our
iro norr. nirkel. ;,shrslos and other
strategic mnlcrials lo counlrir·s th;;t can·
nol counl on China as a permanent mar·
kc. But. for the momrnl. CI'Pryonc
concrrnrd benrfil~.
One Surpr!se
Possible
Auld Lang
.June 29. 1931:
GIVE~
\'OTICE
Mr. !! ..1. flu;sell has announced lito'.
notices iJa\'C been sent to employees <•r,
13ny d~ \'enle. Trepa»cy and llcan·!
Content Hailway branches that the-;
lin"~ will he rloscrl on
Augmt 1-·
C'rn•.,idcrahlr ship ,1nd rail service; .•:c
hein~ curtatled.
,.
ure.
A large number of Rcpuhlcian profrs·
have been sa~·in~ l\!!ain and a;!:1in
1
--
:;ion~ll!;
rhn. (;RADC.\TE
thai he "has to run" for governor of
~radualrs at Hanard
''
Amnn;;'l
California next year In keep in lhc pnh.
Doctor
nt Philo>ophy i> !lrrhcrt ~!nor.·<
lie rye and build <1 base of new power.
EDSON IN WASI-11NGTON
Othrrs hal'r bren just as sure lhis :>!.A .. who spt•cialized in P>yeholo<:, .. il'
roultl he suicide as it mi~h: well hr if i• thl' snn of Richart\ )loore5. nati~t· •~
he lost to Dcmoeralic Gov. Edmund c;. Blackhead. Ba"· rle l'erde.
(Pat) Brown.
;.·
Some ohsenws say Xixon is being
GOOD REPOHTS
pushed into the background hy otlwr
The Sagona ha~ broken all rrcor<<.
party spokesmen.
inc!udinq former the llumhcrmoulh.Batlle Harbour w; \
A!
an
alternate.
Khrushchev
ofl'rred
Pre~iden!
Eisenhower.
that the onr·timr making Ihe trip in 4 day,, 4 hours. ,;, ·;
Bv PBTER EDSON
to
let
East
and
West
Germany
make
vice.prcsident
was
rude!)·
d••nied :1 part
NEA \Vnshington Corrc~pondrnt
ing in St. .John'>. She reporls '··'· i
their
own
peace
agreement
within
a
in
the
succr"ful
Texas
~enatc cam·
WASllJNr;TON-(NEA) - Little by
fi~l1cry ne\\·s from Southern La hr.< .-:
lillr. the 11<'11.' of what really took perind of six months. If that too, fail- paign of Republican .John Tower. 'To
place
at the 1\l'nnrdy·Khrushchcl' rd. the Russians would make their own this. il is ~aid. :-/ixon ;imply mu>t gi1·r
srpnralc treaty.
an5wrr.
POOR I'ISHERY
Vienna talks is coming out.
](
Is
from
Nrw
Yot'k
Times
corrr~·
Very po;,ibly he is wrll c11 hi., way lo
The distressing thing ahout this is
A report frnm Bell Isle on Sato.w'.<·
that the news is not coming from Amcr· pondent Sydn('y Gru~on in Bonn. Grr· doinl( thai. As a polilidan. :\'b;on nri'N 1~ithl. stated that there were no :r·
many-~galn, not
from Washington- was one lo !rare lhin~s to chance if he
iran officials. except in general terms.
ports of fi>h and that sixteen schoot:•:'
that
the
American
people
finally !cam could prevent it.
PI'Csident Kennedy's broadcast to the
went north yesterday morning,
Reports out of California ;:ty lh;tl a
nation after his return from Europe had this proposal was rejected by Kennedy.
Ihe lone of warnin)l the Amcric?.n people Thi.< report is b~sed on informution said wctl·known i\'ixon aide. ~;urray Chot·
up new
of worse )'Cl In come. But it did not to have been given the North Atlantic inrt·. is slumping the slate t~
.June 29, 1916:
provide specific whys and wl\ereforcs. Treaty Council in Pnris hy Scct·ctary of Republican cluhs. :\o one ima~ines he
i~ hcnt on helping any rivals.
They have had lo come from other State Dean Rusk.
TRAl'liS:UITTERS
What lhiB emphasizes is that l1e Rm·
Not long ago a friend of Nixon flatly
sources, all foreign and mo~tly Russian.
)le>srs. Kin;::man and .Jcrrctt h"
sians Again did their homework bPfore \old a political reporter in private tlral
This has raised ~ serious question in
hccn conducting imcsligalions on :ill
~oing into confcrenc~. as should have
the Californian definitely would sock Soulh Coast for new F. )J. radio plw:cr ··
Washington:
been anticipated. Tht Russians knew his state's ~:owrnor!'hip in 1962.
Whv didn't the Prcidcnt take the
lransmittcrs. It is understood work •.•:il:
Grade I or better \s increasing each American people into hi' confidence and exactly what they wanted. Khrushchev
Others ~<:Jeak wilh more caulion. hul
he
done at St. .John's and on the l'""~
year. In 1959-60, for example, there tell them the whole, detailed story, first? had it all writen out in two long mcm· say "if I had to he!" lhc wager would
for
this ,hiP to shore communicatior:
oranda-the German note and another be Nixon will {!O in California.
were more than 600 persons regisOn the same day Kennedy returned
He doe~ not hal'e to announce eandi·
tered in the Faculty of Education at to WaNhinglon, it was revealed in Lon- on disarmament, nucelar test bans and
the control of international organiza. !lacy until early next year. Hence any
\'ETS CO)IPUI:\'
Memorial. That number will rise don, of all plnce~. that Khrushchev had 1ions. Thrse mcmorandas are now
flat
report>
are
likely
to
produce
onl)'
1\'ar veterans arc dissatisfied with ·r:e
with the opening of the buildings handed him in Vienna note on the Ger· given world·wide Communist propaganda
denials. Nixon docs not atlow others education srt up. They ha1·c \·oiced 'IJI
man
situation.
on the new campus.
circulation.
to arrange his political timing.
Kennedy mnde no mention o[ thi~ in
t•omplaint that the Go\'Crnment i.' nr'
But the improvement of the salOnce again American diplomacy has
Wailinl(, in this instance. gires him \il'in):! up to the promises made th•'m
his broadcast that night. The British,
ary scale and other conditions af- who arc pretty good at leaking si!(nifi· been caught on the defensive, answering flexibility and adds plamihilty to his
when they were o1·erseas.
fecting teachers does not mean that cant news, spll1ed the beans on this one Russian notes ns best it can from the candidacy.
Assuming he ha~ largely made up his
the Association. has no problems. arter the President reported It to Prime embarrassing posllion of having its
slrlpccl pants &round its Ankles.
mind,
he cen ~till chan~;c !t if the prrs·
F.NGINiiERING
Teachers are best constituted by Minister Harold Macmillan.
And the American people have not ently quite hopeful GOP prospects in
~lr.
R.
F.
:'liartin, Assistant Cily En·
And from the West German capital in
practical experience to be able to
h~en kept 85 fully informed ~~ thry
Cnlifornla
should
grow
dimmer.
"incrr returned here on Thursday fr~~
suggest ways and means of improv- Bonn, the story cabled back to the Unit· should ha\'e been, by their own leaders
Furthermore, !he pasage of time not Cambridl!c. Mas~ .. where he ~radun'l·
ed
Sates
was
that
Kennedy
and
Khrush·
ing the curriculum and ~enerally
only permits proper groundwork in his with an M.Sc. clcgree from the Tnsli':.'t
had exchanged memoranda selling
promoting the cause of education in ehev
behalf
but will give him and others the of Technolo~y.
forth their view8 on Germany.
the light of swiftly changing world
chance
to ~ay that the diligent ~carch
If Khrushchev wns Indeed handed a
conditions. It may be hoped that note on the German situati011 by Ken·
for another canrlidalc with the nccessat·y
promise has not paid off.
some useful ideas about these things ncdy, the text of it ha8 not been given
ey EARL L. DOUGLAS
Certain ke,v California Republican~
will be considered at the present to the American people as this Is writ·
believe
the situation already has moved
convention.
ten.
The characters and lives of mrn ir·
a
good
way
down that road. They see !ermine the peace. prosperity. anr! Ue
But the text of the Khrushchev note
n;ACHING AS A PROFESSION
on Germany has now been made public
How are we going to get along in this no practical allcrnative to Nixon.
of nations.
As matters stand today. a decision by
by the Russian news agency, Tass, in country with our present !ehool and
him not to go in 1962 i~ lhc only thin~
Moscow. So once again the American eoll~e equipment?
that
could really surpri~e the polilic~l
people have had to get their news of
This question is puzzling the besl
viet Union has been waging for what went on In VIenna from foreign minds of our country today. We have world.
tET TIIEM SEE IT THROUGH
some yeat·,<;.
sources.
more people wanting to get educations ~tUCII HEAVIF:R THAN AIR
''I don't want my child to have to ~· 1
There is no sure way of esimaling tlJC
The story in Washington Is that the than can adequately be ~crved. Instead
But he has certainly no cause for Russian note is being studied and that of giving money to projects in other namage air pollution in our cities does lhrou~h what 1 had to ~o through."
Whv not! Of course, if you wrrl
any illusions about the western re- a reply will be made later. Kennedy countries we should be bringing talent· to human hcal1h, hut il is widely bcliev. cruelly
treated or if you grew up in 1
action to anythin~ that he may seek inllmated this in his broadcast when he cd young men over from other coun· cd by medical specialists and others to had home. or if you have been A life
to do to subvert the independence said, ''Mr. Krushchcv presented his tries and training them here. But, of he very substantial.
long invalid-then you don't want
Estimates have bern made that polluof West Berlin which is a major views in detail and his presentation will course, we do not have enough schools
tion costs us several billi•ms a year in child to ~o lhrough anything like
bastion of. the western world and be the subject of furthor communica- to train even our own young people.
But most people who make thi~
I should like to commend to any harm to livm;toek, vcgetalion. buildingf ment are referring to the ~truggles I
must be protected by the western .tlons."
They may be released before this g~ts young person reading these words the and materials, properly values.
allies at any or all costs.
Against these heavy and largely in had to make in order to hecome
into print. But an Intelligent interpre· profession of teaching. There Is no
ful. They had to work for every
tatlon ean be made now only In the · more noble callinK among men. To pass calculable drain~ on our life apd sub· nf money they po~scssed. They
liaht of the Moscow text.
on to others the accUmulated wisdom of stance, we must ~et the fact that Unit- turned hack and disappointed In
DUTCH IN NIW GUINEA
. The justification offered for this pro- the ages is a privilege anyone may in· ed StatM states and cities together spend aspirations. People on nearby
Halifax Chronicle·Herald
only $9.!1 million annually to attack pol·
cedure Ia that the President may not deed covet.
The Duleh tbtmaelvu art by no
Iution
problems. Though hundreds of of life perhaps tried to make it hard (or
have wanted to acare the American peo·
Ministers and tcachcn are the two
them to ascend to success.
mean• averse to the thouiht of quitting
ple. "Generally," . aaid the President, groupe which above all others take peo cities or varying sizes are afflicted, only
Now you look back over life and il
their eoloni~l reaponslbiliUea In the
"Mr. Khrushchev did not talk in Ierma pie 11 they are and attempt to push about 100 have control programms with spotted with success and failure.
l:lat Indlel. New Guinea II al that reof war." That was the theme. No them on to something hiKher. The law· full·lime staffs.
malna of their once flourlahinl empire
It seems a pretty mousy asault on a the point Ia that the struggle you
threata, no ultimatums.
yer attempts to bring 1.n abnormal con·
if indeed you did make a ~trUI!£!lt~
here, and ita retention lnvolvea a heavy
But what the President did not tell dition back to normal. So does the mountainous difficully.
was
both the cau~e of any success
expenditure for little or no return. But
the American people was that Khnuh· physician. The engineer works to im· raise human life to new and better may have and was In itself a real tn
here, u ellewbere, colonialism hu be·
chev'a Vienna note, made public in Mos. prove material situations. These arc levels.
umph. People sometimes come to
tome a rti)!OIIIiblllty; and it ia this
cow by Tass, had proposed the calling noble professions, and the world would
Think
about
tMching
a~; a life work.
end of their lives with nothing yet the!
which must now be met by an accelerat.
of a peace confer.ence "without delay" ~tarve Indeed and suffer without them. !l will not give you a big bank account, have been very successful because the!
ed and inlenallfecl attempt lo produce
to settle the German and Berlin ques· But the fact still remains that ministers but it will give you lots of satisfaction have learned great lessons and
tht raw material of elf·&overnment.
tiona.
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fly llflUCE BIOSS.\T
Richard :>!. Nixon hod no idea of re·
lrcalin~: into obscurity whrn he attached
himself to a Lo~ Anqelrs l:tw firm. But
perhaps even he is surprised at the nurn·
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Teachers In Session
; There \\'as 11 time when the anmlal com·cntion of the Newfoundland TeHchcrs Association had
proper!~· to be chiefly concemed
with the sad inadequacies of the
):alan· seale.
Those days are O\'et·. In the year
before Confederation, only 42 teachers out of 2.200 were .receiving
salaries in excess of $2.000 a year
aod the median salary at that time
was $920.
Today the median salary for all
teachers is $2.350 and for all teacher;s with Grade I (one year of profe~sional training in the University)
or over the median rate is in excess
of 53.150. That means that more
than 2.000 teachers are receiving
more than ~3,000 a year.
.The number of teachers with
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Britain And West Berlin
An enthusiastic House of Comm~ms cheered the announcement by
the prime minister, Harold Macmillan. that Grea.t Britain will stand
b~ the United States in the protectiqn of West Berlln and will not tolerate any action that would be incoP,sistent with the independence
of: its citizens.
It is a good and solid answer to
Mr. Khrushchev who has lately
befn reiterating his threat to si~n a
separate peace treaty this year with
East Germany.
It is difficult to know whether
th4 Russian leader is imitating the
fa~ boy in Pickwick who wanted to
make your flesh creep or whether
he~as serious intentions of signing
a
ee treaty with the East Ger-
mans.
ij is most likely that what he has
~ sayinJt has been a new contri-
butloa. to tht war ·of nerves the So-
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The St. John's Branch of the Royal Canadian Legnon is seeking $5,000, through the Annual
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:llr. R. ~1. Donovan. the Director of the Puhlic Library Ser' vices in 'iewfoundland, and
\!iss ~larjoJrie \lews, Chief
Librarian of the Gosling ~lemo·
rial Lihrilry, have recently re·
I turned to St. .John's from New
' Brunswitk. They had hecn attending th~ Regional ·Library
Conference which was held
from .June 17 to 24. at St. :\n·
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and hest
family.
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Con;ratulations tQ
\lro. H. P. Forristal .
lane Street. who arc cclchl
their 12th wedding annn.,,, __
'today, June 29th. They
. married at St. Patrick's
hy Rer. Father J. J. ~lu .
)!rs. Forristal is the
\larguerite Wickham
city.
· Jr the l'outh of .July will 'park TO THE l'.S,
~!iss (;Ioria Harter; of ~2
a gathering of your elan for
a party, dcco1·atc one tohlc e'· llrazil Square. left ~londay.
pcci:1Jly for !he cllildl'cn. Thr .tune 21ith hy T.C.A. for \l'es:
.~1'0\\'llUP" <.:<Ill cn.;oy lhem"l'h t> Hartford. Connecticut. l'.S.A .
hufiet st,·Jc while the dlildn•n where she will take lip prr·
nrc rli\·i~:: into their rclre.<h· mancnt re·.idencc.
mcnts.
Table <l••ctll':ltions !'<Ill hr ci<". rr Flt<nl ('OIC'\ER JlllOOK
hut ;llll('IC' enou~h lo put loTill' Hev. ,\. 1'. :liontgonl"r.'·
~rtill'r '" th:ll older cilihll't•n ol Cnnwr Brook I?' a .!.!'llP::--1 at
enn help. 1\'lwn I'm roundin.~ the :\'ewloundland H11trl "hilc
up ''llpp!i<·s lorn maror picnic. in St. John's on a short \'i,it.
;.(ala dr~·orat ion-.; ~I(' u~u;J\]v
I 0111 of rangp lll'l'llas!' ol lil;Jit· ()'; \',\C.\TIO:'\
rd l111w.
.\lr. and \Irs. Harold 'fa) ior
\l'e'll ill' cn:<•r!.iinin~ >llllH· ,.i,il· anrl [ami!) of :l Hradbury !'be<'.
in~ n·:;~tiw :hi' yl'ar. The"' left St. ,John\ hy car on ~l••n·
dP( or.:1:inn~- !our iirC'c::·ac\.;~'rs tlity .. June ~f)th .. for thrir :-.umfor the adults' huffet nnd a mer ,·am:ion. They w'll ;top
'UI'Jll'i.se to:· soldier for the m·er at diifrrcnl 1·acation 'Pots
junior lahlc-\•.·ill add .1 color- throu~hrn 1 • lhr Pro1·inr·c.
fill tmll'h.
TIH• nwkin~
of
them "ill lw liii'IH·d O\'L'I' to FlU n! f ;Jl.\ :-.; D t' A1.1. !->
·nREfl\.\fKEll.~ • that ,:o' 1~op (!'orn) art• n safe ami tasty
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~-~un~sters
tn tt•lrbrate
thr
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or stick <·andy in the
top for ~ wiek. Shape nny
lc~tOIW !'orn into b~lls, IIT<l!l
in eellophanc :md tic with red,
white Pnd hiuc paprr rihhons.
for " ";ofr and >anc ·ltl1". >rn r
the \'tHm::-t<'r .... .amu:dn;::
pop·
eorn flrcrrnc~rr.<. The;·
CAckle hut 1•.nn't hlo•1 up.
~rill
l'Ol'£'0RX FII\HR.\ri\ERS
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Cut intn [O\II'·inch lengths the 1 pound h111tcrsrotch cnndl'
C,lrciho;m\ tahc; from the <·cnpall irs 'or light brown sugtrrs o! apprr towrlin~. waxed
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parer. ahm11n11m !nil. rte. C01'z cup huttrr
rr the nllt,idc of three tuh~s
'• tc~spnon salt
1 • lea,poon 1·;milla
"1th red p;•prr. u1in~ r11hhcr
cement or cel:ophanr !apr tn · '' cup water
hold m place. C11t ricer.< of
"awd rar•er thr same width Combine candies 'or sugar. I but- i
a, t:1hrs. roll tlwm up and tcr. water and sail in hear~·~
drop mto tuhes. folding ju,t a saucc,Jan and melt orer low '"""" .........__....
!uti~ O\t'f tlw top ~d~e of t11l>rs
heat. ·sti1:rin:! frequently. Cook !
}.lake hunn,<·otch syrup 'rcl'ipc s\TUp to 230 dc~rccs F. 1\ight : }'ourth of Jut~· table tlr!'Or:1tions m·r eolorfutand easy to make. Jaunt)· toy ~oldirr. lrtt.
hdo" · 1111\ 11r!l \\ilil 2 q11m·t,
c~ack sLl~l' •: ~emo,·e from j ts lillcd with small farm·s fm· tht• l'hildrcn's tahlr. Four red firecrackers add a lil'ely notr
n[ PL>Jl~rrt corn Fill tubes to
heat and 'til' in ranilla. Pour
fnrrfJ0\\111: w1:h po"corn. m,d
orer p1mpcd corn aod mix J to the buffet t:tblr, right, for the adults.
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~Jr. and ~Irs .•John Bnl~~r;i:
:1:l :.tount Royal Arcnuc. r!'•
bratr their IBth wefldtng a~:.
\Cl'>31')' today, Thursda).
2nth. They were marrird at
.llichacl'> f:iltlrch. Bell 1·\a~:
h" t hr lair Rer. \1 "'"i:c·
(;corgc V. Bartlett. )\r' H;
t(•!'ton i . . thC' formrr t~rr:r',l(
1.-owlrr n' Rcll !<land
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girl does. Back in
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\lr. T. Hopkins ol ,;r<olld
~Jan~· llappy n·lurr~- ' r '
Fad:-; i..; :. ~ue-.t at thP :\'rw· :lay to !1<11111<1 0111 <'I. •.;,,, ·\
BY .\UClA ll.\
tllundl:llld Hotel while in thr Pond Road \\ ho wa:-- i I'll ~ t~ the Lure of the nnPn
ill !)W I'OOkj(' .Jill'.
l'ity on hu:-:me~s.
old YP>trrda;. ll'<•dilr>dn'> ': ; pearly ereryone 1:1
For tht.' i:lllll1.'' toy ...:oldiN we'll
2Bth. Crf•('lin~:... romt· :r ; mer. f:ven if muc
11Cl'd a L1r~p {'lllllf~· natnw~1l
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dadd~· ftnd
hrt,'[;r · foliage is hidctea h;
bo:-:. l'llll'-f I'll('\ i1lll p;,ip<'r. p\;~:.. - u:.\ n:s nTY
\1r S. :\. Fli1intr.w of l'or· (;ar_,.. Elo.\·al. Tomm~ and ~~~·
billboards, >till and r
lil' lafw. and a rubber It a II
beckon.
('m e1· tlH• box half in r.. d .tiHI ner Bro11k. who was tn SL
If ,·0 u stay out of nn u
half in hlnr con,tnll'tion pap- .l1>hn\ on h·L-11\C''· ldt the rity 11.\l'l'\' BIHTIIJJ.\ \'
., ~rr bernu~e you're
:\lan~· harp:
l'('lurn-. ,,~
rr. L(';H r t lw bolt nm o;wn. "''·'il'!'dil\. to rrlurn to the '"'''I
The hril i.' a hand of \\' !11 I " ~oact l·it.\· \\'hill· hrr<' hr wa.< da,· 1o \\'m. H. P~r-on- f i the effects on you~
p!:t:..ti:· l;q;r '.\bj('h i. . . ;1:-.;n n·; . . . . . a ~llrcl .11 thr :\l'wfoundland r11·1a .ll<llllllll': <till! .llr.'. II f' J skin, it's tin:e to r<'
llotc•l.
C'!'o .. -.;('rl m rr the che~t
lell who cclchratc thc1r !,,. .' ideas. It's true th;,~
, !nd sun are nr;·i:1::
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8nd hair hut yo:1 '
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llany women find ::::,•
arn~> 111 p\;Jt<'. The hl':td i., a ,.. ,,11<. 1.' 1:1 St ..lohn·, on a ,h,Jrt o:-: t:o•.lll\Y
. gettin~ into a 'i'":··
r:th:~i'l' hall Ll!Wd to :1 :--1 nrt u:-;tt and 1-.: :-taym~ nt ~he .\'r',\'·
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and .\ir..... Prltn·k
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picL·c· ol <·{ll'dhnard lttbin;.!. lound\;wd Jlntd.
Donald. 91 St. Clare \• :;
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Fc:~tllrl', ;11c <'Ill lrom colort•d
!11a\·r Sl .John':-= today tn 17:.··
·~ eome from the Brit
pla!'~ic t:qw or {'IJ\ored ~.'Jttm- lti:T.\HTEIJ C!ill.llHE:\
to point< of in:ere-t 3, r·
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Tlu• c;11npai~n fo1· lund.' in ~;,.•,dnundland on thc1r .. ~ Corporation.
To m;1kr the I ricorn hat. cut " aid ol IIH• Helanled Childn·n
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by turn:n~ il'.ra
papC'r cup d1l'.•·n to \\l.o im:l~'" of :\t Win'Jndland. i:-; d:·awin~ to
arm11ir! .rut;· 15th.
seat. Back in s'o·.,:
tor the t'l'0 1 \·n. plan· in a five- a e\o . . P. ila\·e yotl l'nntrihutpd·.~
after seating yJil'
inch cJrclp ol hill(' cnn..:tn:c. Hill
TO :\E.I TI\''S PO :"ill
papt.'l'. nlt:whin~ tiw hrime Fl\0.\1 II'IXSO!t
~lr and C.lrs. \\"il11am R:;'' ·
rrl~c..,; to rtlp in thrcl' placl'.-.;
:>l1cs I.. Bo111anr ol \\'inc<lr.
Fill th<> 'Old!e1· 11 ith hid loon.' i~ i.1 Si .. lohn';.; on a . . hnrt \'i.-.:Jt and their l\\'o f'hildren. <;:r- ··'
and l':th('lynn. han~ f1lrl'.l"l; .:
il!H\ oth·r iitti(• !:1\or~ from
and ~~ a :.:u~:-t at I iH' \Pwloundtheir c.;nmmrr rr~:rlrm •'
llH' dJ~l11' :-torr>. Tape :1 pi('ct'
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':car"·, Pond [or thr ' .... - •
of pil;ll'l' o\ rr
tlH· np!'ll;H:.!.
tlw 12·' t':tr-oltl~ who :o;t'em to
h~l\'\' pll 1 111~· o! I inw tu \oun~~~·
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Birthday grectin;::;;, iln r.
tended to Violet Brid~i. R B::
tloddy Street. who b r·rkbr; .
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June 29th. Greet in~> comr fr\ ...
momm;· and daddy. hrqth!c ·
Ccorge and Bill. and
t;raer and Shirlc.'··
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r·: r:tl in~ f·:;~c·h •~hilrl r o" I d to tile Hl'.\1'' .'i',:1tion. Torh";· lhn "'" 'l'rnd lhr>r " ..... pastries right in yo
Th<'' ;u.,-,rctl 111 Sl . .Joiln·., .how
lf";lrn :l {Pw
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frnt'l
llollrlay'.
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lhr )k(':;lr:lli1J!1 nr IndPfH'llrl· :!~n;l. ~nd rll'f' :til'.''-" ;"~! 1\;n··
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come true :.!ndn:1·
('lil'r hPfp··r· 1J;·::d ;~!·~·I :·1:.1.' l\'i'", \•:nod {';~'·1111" '.dldt' iH\rlllin~ :Jw
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in honor of .lunr ll
rrt·ttin:::: wh;tt t!lt',\ h;l\ r \•:JI·n. tilT I\ ;d ·d their h011'-rhold d
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Thr \\'rddln;.: !al-.r" !:Ia( r l'
eau has df.\\'P]O:i('d
:\nothrr qtt:rt ;,!;lJJ1l' i. . ''\\'hn \n'
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nf "r·. (.\art;·, ~nu tnr .' .., flakv, wl surJl:·i<w
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:'\l<tn.' happ~ rl'turn:-; n! 1\w \\'alter ('"'"':h,, n:l L'~'./:
mrn in .\nwn(';Hl !JJ ... tor.·; .-:1H h
make. - You'!! finn
da1.
tq .\li':FlotTH' (;o\Hll(', .\'.'l'llll\'. to t I) de. '"n '· · ' the rollin" ~nd fol<
\\'~1~11in~ton.
liiJhl'ri !<. l.L''' Pa.rk ,.\rl'llltt' ..\tount P('arl. '.•:ho and
\lr-. 1\'illiam ~P "'' ·j im·oJved tn makin~
Danit'; Honm·. r\c. Write IPl 111~ hrr 1111h. hirtilda,· today. l'ellll) ,,.,.11 nnad. ~t \','"' l has been rlis;<ril>l'•
:-;mall p1rce~ ol p:1pcr ~ilHl t:nJr Thur·da · .lww :!flth. <;rcetm;.:'-' l"mt<'rl Chure\1.
their place. the adr
Oll(' to !Jet{':.; O! ('CIL'h rhild.
n:·
secret ingrcdicnt£hkin:: fl\1('-.1 inn thr~· tr:: In
llE 1\1.'\:11 TO FIXE 11.\itt : turns the triek.
ship \\ ith olbl'l' tJ('oplf'.
~~~r~s \', l11J tll1'y ;n·r.
•i with butter. the.<e
.\ ... mtwl: tun <J, ~he L'<lll .~c: nut If •.ou hare bah1·-finc h:11:·
Firrnackrr' In li\'l'n lip I II,.
,;·oultl he wisr -to ii\\'Csl
· ~ foods help create
qf ~\·e:yd~lY li\ in~.
ad111\s' lmfl<'l taiJ!r arc can'
rle~:mt hoar-twistlc hru·h :•~ make and simply '
1r l r ;, ll'- r r or hrearkntmh· Ti><• s:lli,f:~ctio"ll th;1\ tome' fro111
initial oull:n· will be ·· '··
pastry_
ma~in·' ;1 lwnw that h;.s in
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wr:mpcd :-.rcun·;y in ;1 pirte ol
\rllilc. lor it. will \;l't for .··: f>'ith this ha<ic roe:!
.-o mu·:h of hcr.-~lf no other
hri:.;ht rrd t·on.(.,~rutlion paper
'c,11·., and it pll<mt cnmL · ··~ create rlclicacic<
wom"" could dupliral<• it.
\\it h an rx\1'<1 inch ;11\oo,mnn·
lo pnll too harrl o~ain'l '" ~ look and ta.<tr a<
;I( each end.
Th<'.'L' end.' ;m• \ \\'Otn;1n owf'~ hcr:-:clf aU thr·;e
; :···abblr hai:·.
came strai~ht fr
thin~s- and if !her aren't paid
si:L<hrrl i1~lo tails and pastcri
' Read on, won't yr
up. both shr anri her [ami!·.
down on top and hottom of
two vat·iatinns '·'
will he clicatrd.
can. Cut drclt•s for the top of
l.EAI\X flY 11'.\Tl'lll\<·
"starters". for _,.,
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cadt can: decoi':Jic bottoms
lon't wa~tr your time "'
culinary reputation
~)C'at:t\'· sJion l'~llchin;z ;::' .·~· PATISS ERIE Pl'f
with a fo11r-i1Jch wide ruffle of
flameproof white crepe paper.
your reading. Yo'J'rc i:: · ·
112 cups sifted all-1
Tlw steamer SultJnil e;Pd::
l';herP .rou l'an learn :7_-;- t
Decorate two cans with c<nn:~ teaspoon >~It
ral feature c11t from colore<! fire aiH! ~ank ncar West \!em·
wntching the operators ::' " 1 cup rhillrrl hntt
correctly set hair. \l'att·c. ::• ~ '> cup rlain· ;our
gummed paper and tlH' oll1r·r p' · '· :\rk., on an .\pril night
tcchniq•1c and do your :·e,;c: ift together· <hr fi,
two with letter.s <lllri a n11meral in IRfi;i, carr,·ing 1.457 persons
to death.
cut from a nc1rspaper.
at home.
Using a pa<~n· h't
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th£' ~ize of . . ;ri:;·:
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come to the lore. Social sched·
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filled with interesting event.!, A
Pared
we-ll-ahead
good day to clear up odds and
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time.
Two
roun'
ends nround the home, IIJld
PUff pastrv are as
TO llf:-A HETTEH WO~L\X
to ~pen~ ~orne time out-of·
an
eas\·-to-mak
doors. Talk over financial
lemon filiin)!. L
Women 01rc thrJmcil·~s a lol. A
affaiJ; with a rtliabfe penon.
of Whipped crear
. wom~n <lii'C> herself:
Work hand-in-banJ with marit.ai
lop and perk;- str
'The feel in~ of independ!'nce that
partner.
Ves add a touch
come> ft·om knowing ti}at she
can e.n1 n a li\'in~.
Since this is the
Pa~t ••• On June ~9. 1810, Future •• , You'll register
month for m
An absorbing oul>ide interest
the American Board of Com• 1V in hotel~. which will ha~e
strawberries, whv
which will keep her routine
m~sioncrs for Foreign Mis· closed-cirCIIit pictlll't and
bow} or chilled h;
from becoming drudgery.
sion! was tstablished. This lighted floor plan behind
berries and let
A little time alone erery day.
""~nter. You1l eel~
move marked the beginning of room and a key 'foil! J'O.P ou1
~Poon them orer
Time in which she ""n think
organiz.cd iorrign missionary of a ebute and a 'fOice direcl
tngs of Torte.
her problems through and esenterprise in' Ameriea.
.l'OU to )'Oill' room.
cape becoming muddle-headed.
LEMON-BERR'i
A sense of the value of her own
1 recipe Patisseri
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importance as a person-to
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Sign
keep her family and friends
kage lemon
ARIES (Born M.-reh 21 lo April 19) liBRA (Sept. 23 fo Oet.
from demanding more o[ her
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1\:j.( 111:mts CJn bt: goO<i mwtal &Limul:&• Chi1dun arf' bora w.ithou:t .nifllli"'"'l
than tl1ey ha1·e a ri~hl to ask.
· Pint ll'f• cup
ti<1~, if ycu don't Ktt pu~on.1!.
.bate is b;,:ght.
cream
Thr di~nily th;~t cannot exist
TAURUS (April 20 lo May 20)
SCORPIO fOci.- n to NG'I'o
2 tahlespilons sug
hw worthr n~ulu. h.avr b~cn achieltl! .Apptannc~ is hurortut,
sidr hy side with jealousy.
withoUt. !tmu: 1•rior d~:"grce c( failure.
judge you bY attioa.l, not i.ot<:.oti011~
The hcst security for the futmc
cup halved fresl
GNtNI (May 21. to Juno 21 J.
SAGrTrARIUS (Nov. 22 .. Del.
that a woman can bitilrl-a husup puff past.
Re mor~. ph~nt wuh, 1 ')'C>U~I(st('n, 'Mte (; 0 Nruio huatiq! ll~elipat
band, home, chilrlt·en. nne! a
of ~dtik·~sseuce. un t lut Jt.rt· cycle bqinnint ~or S.rtttaha•
oven lo 375
place in the community which
ho
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<;APRICORN 1Dtc.12.t. :.I.e.
she has worked to earn.
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Nee lor the. day, 10 J'tt toil( I
twren harmoD7U4 ~ at~
A gracious personality.
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AQU~IUUS (J.R; 21 ~,.... l9f
BE WI!
Continuing mental growth and ,
Yo~or mole should l>c in 1 , ...,... lhl:• ll!llrU<Iil
rpjou 1"'-P~-=
development-so that the years ·
moe d. Kow i1 tht 'ticiM: to a;et what a (II room or
MARTUS
will not make her less but
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lrhe Insect
time is insect time cidc is JWcPssary.
Iin Summer
the garden. Bur:s like the I A 1~11' plants are sen;itive t?.
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warm weather and particularly' <'ertain insrrticides ami this ,;r,.;
they enjoy feedin;: on yout· forma:ion will appear on tlui
flowers, shrubs and orn'amental · label. For iiEtancc. DDT tn3)':
trees.
injure priYct and malathiorl.
The home gardener is handi- ma1· harm petunias and a few
capped in deallng with these , varieties of junipers. Thf
pests. Many insects such as amount o[ injury usually de:
miles and aph;ds are not notic- pcnds on !he weather and -t~
i ed until the damage is d?ne. condition of the plant itsgf~:
; You should mspecl both stdes Healthy, \'lgorous!y growt.li~
: of leaves regularly and if. plants arc less injured and if'tif·
:handy usc a magnifying glass.· recOI'PT !rom any po~sib!e·. iii;
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, is the insect and wl1at single in· same: n'ad the label anct use
' secticide will deal with it most not more than recommended.
; effectively'?
' To help the gardener, manu, factuers have dcl'eloped mul·
tiple insecticide sprays. These
' multispray combinations kill a
· variety of insects. The ~ardcner
: does not have to know the in·
: sect because a multispray will
: usually take care of it.
For those gardeners who prei fer to du~t th~ir ornamentals.
i I combinations of insecticid~
dusts are 3\'ai!ahle to <'Oiltrol
insects
whieh canr.ot be idenll·.'
J! fied. These dusts can he applie<l direct!)' from the pumpI
gun container.
I It is easier to w:pe out a few
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insects before they get a chance
to multiply. Therefore check re- :
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gularly for the presence of any
insects and ~pra~· wh<·n tlwy WHCOME WAGON
first appear.
Hl.lSTESS
Leaf miners. ~prl!t'e .:!~-ti!
aphid and pine shoot moth ;,al"r \\'ill K1,ork at \'OUr DotJr
to be killed before thcv tnnnel
.vith Cifl~ and Cr('ctin!!S
i into the plant. Once i~sidc the
I plant parts the~· are well pro· lrom Friendlv Business
i\'eighhours and Your
1 tectcd.
i There is always a chance that :=ivic and Social Groups
a few insects have escaped the
spray or dust. Under summer Jn the occasion of:
. temperatures the surviving in· :\cw Comer to the Cit\ .
ami fine lines about tbe eyes. A lanoliu-enrlched 5kin balm
·sects can multiply rapid!•·. A
The Birth of a Bab\'.
npplied after bath (enter) will help keep your skin silken
re,!Zular inspedion should he
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96-1273, S09-t:3
drst>ile the heat of the ~ummer su. Rich e~·e cream (right)
· maintained just in ca>e a sewill nourish delicate eye tissues and prevent wrinkle5.
:uul 3.'582
, eond application of the ins~rli•
cropped up around your eyes, ing a trace of stickiness, t he
.1nd mouth. thcv can he corer- makers say, while it lea\'es an ·
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· unseen film which helps seal
.\ new ncam that comes in a· in your own natural oils and
s m a II , round. rouge- like retard the el':lporat'n~ rf •··:·tcont:lincr can he blended to er from the outer skin layers.
m:ttch your complexion. It is .\Jthou~h in many w.a~ ~ :-:l~mmer
a;1p I'trt I ur< Irr th c eyes Io tone is a foe to skin heautv. it does
out shadows. alon~sit!e the brin~ 11s a few · hcnefits.
Pycs to rorf'r l:11:~h :i!w~. ~~nfl
We're more inclined \o exer·
it will fill in the litws around cise outdor.r;; during the warm
the mouth with light instead of weather. and exercise stimulates circulation. C a r c fully '
shadow.
It's not just from your face that taken, the sun can add health
summer takes its toll. It robs and beauty to the skin.
the moisture and skin oil from Bo sure that you try to tan
your entire hod)·. You can gradually rather than quickly,
gu:~rd against this loss hy us- i lubricate your skin daily, and '
?b. ~.tJ ~,.r:.- 'A..bf ~~-~·fl
THE I)OUGUS lADER STORY THE INSPIAIHG
ing a lm10lin-cm irhcd s k i n: you'll reap all the her.uly dil'· :
STC:ury OP A M.a•
halm. One such lotion w i lit idends and none of the disWHO Eli!CAME A
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sink into the skin without leav- advantages of summer.
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the ~1·nmH!. Sll'in~< your legs 1! .
inside the car, stretching them I ..
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ant! wind up by silk or chiffon
Your skin rates ntra cart in the summer·months wh<'n it's
t"· ·, on ;·:ntr h~ir and
skTarf or hoo<L .
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apt to dry out and form fine lines. llelp comes in the form
... :o·.~ to r\'io:·m your Ba '111" '1111 am1 rac111g w111 can
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flcu!t lo detect sun lllrn.
I 11ot achieved without much
and the nightly usc of eye
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;cream.
tlwre arc <torage compart-1
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order to mamtam tis beautv. K<Y.'p vour eve cream fln ;·our
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d1·es~ing table. and each nigl:t
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cream can he stored convcn· 1 enemies
' apply a ctah right on top of
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~pray, 1 se ~untan ~ream fre-: cnuse the appcnrance of blem- 1 your middle fin~C'r, ;::cntl~·
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quently ns you drti'O about' ishes. And now. summer and mm;sngc )'our entire eye area.
a··· ···:.t:r.• you:·;e!f ;ide- the countrystde.
lht' drying ~ffecls of sun and' keeping the little finger of
salt water are here.
your free hand pressed gently'
This is the time of year when' a~ainst your e~··· muse·' e. r;.:'·
fine lines dc\·elop around the above the outer corner of each
eye area, often from squinting i eve. Conscicntions usc of ew
in bright sunlight. And lines c'ream will also eliminate p~faround the mouth can be set finess around the eyes.
more rigidly because t h e While you are work in~ w it h
skin is dry.
I face cream and eye cream to
These lines can he corrected with remove the lines that hal'c
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INures Divided
question Of
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dough in_ twy. ~ol~ out _each
port10n tnto a •'>·mch ctrcle.
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Place in two _n-ineh layer cake 1
pans. Bake m preheated oven;
20 to 2;1 minutes. cool cnm· i
plctely, then remore from
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on pudding mix according to VANCOUVER <CPl - British
.-· pnck,1ge directions: cool then. Columbia nurses are divided on
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o1w one circle of pastry. apprenticeship system of train·
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' · .n makina puff pastry whipping cream until softly fee . c h a r g I ng professional
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r,nrnish top of torte. Decorate I "Nurses wish to be called
,. <'. th~ a•ldition of onL'
with slmwherries.
professionals and I ctont see
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CRAB!IIEAT PUFFS
how we can continue the ap· · ... ,, !ril'k. Tc•amrd up
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·. -,. ~ er<'ate a simple-to- our Pattiserie Puff Paste need Ruth Arnaud of North Van·
-·.. •' , .. ,, •imply rlPlicou.< puff not he restricted to the des· com·er's' Victorian
-r.
Order of
scrt category. Serve them hot, Nurses.
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as hot·s d'eouvres, or along "Those who could alford to
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r-•.''' •r'tracir.< which will with a crisp salad and inter· pay for training might not
csting relishes for a luncheon make the best nurses," de·
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or li~ht surmer treat.
1dared Mrs. Elizabeth Ulaga of :
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flti\8:\IE:\T PUFFS
Ladysmith General - Hospital. I
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The question was debated be· I
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recipe Palisserie Purr Paste: fore 400 nurses. at the annual
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!approximately 6-ouncel can convention o[ the Registered
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crabmeat
Nurses Association of B.C.
: · ":~. ,:f!rd all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons finely-chopped The three-year apprenticeship I
• 4 'Pr-.: :- 1'1n .~":llt
cclet·~·
course at present pays $10 a
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2 tablespoons finely-chopped
month at start, rising to $25 a i
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stufferl olires
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lodging.
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There Is a five • year course
·,_,_ · r; '.:t lnittN in until it is
•, tea$jloon pepper
!earling to a Bachelor of Nurs·
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c\drl ~'nke up puff paste: chill. Pre· ing degree offered at ·the Uni·
Ceea
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Form dou~h into I moderatrlv hotl. Drain and Mrs. Arnaud. a 1940 graduate
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\r:.1p c~ose1y in wn~:ed
flake crabmeat. A d d and of Toronto General Hospital,
""'' ,,,;c chill. l'~e dough to mix in celery. olives. lemon said the apprenticeship system
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.iuice, mayonnaise and pepper. often is hard on the nurse's
I.F.\IO'i-RERR\' TORTE
Dh·ide puff paste in halfr health. Many hospitals placed
Under the chic dresses f summer go tbe new super lightweight foundation garments. For
' · ; >Crumptious ~ummer roll out half the dough to t;.. work in t h e wards before
a scorching hot day, pick (left) bra and girdle set in cool fern green. This set is ju~t right
:;or,.,.,. 'hat can rasily he pre- inch thickness. Cut into 3· education.
for (right) this' dress cut along easy lines.
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inch round f.. Plact 2 tea- Moreo\'Cr, · the trained nurse
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~ .·: p;-,lr;· :1re assembled with
on one half of each circle. primarill' an administrator with successfully lived is an achiei'C· the waistline and that old relook soft and polished at one
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all the practical nurse or nurse's I mcnt, The compensations in; liable for staying lithe, touchand the same time.
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Lucious drifts· around: fold dough over filling aid doing the bedside care. "I
the form of experience and i ing your toes.
n! ·.· c:;·;wct cream co\·er the and seaL Press edges wit~ a don't look forward to it but it
self-confidence nrc real assets The first one yMI do to keep the You achieve this by using a good ,
suntan preparation and hy ,
:~:' a;,~ ~rk\· ~trawhcrn· hn1·
fork, then prick tops. Repeat Is coming," said Mrs. Arnaud. for you to acquire.
upper arm ll'Dm going flabby.
··~· ~1d a t'ouch of gaietv.
with second portion of dough,
Blance Potts of Duncan, ·20 · As for the matter ()r actual looks, Stand with feet together and f timing yourself when· you're
S:r.c~ this is the VI'T\' be~t · Place on cookie sheets. Bake year • ol trainee at Victoria's well. there never was a day in arms straight out at the sides ' out in the sun. Don't be
tempted to overstay the limit
~ 0 n : h for our' Canadian 1 in preheated O\'en 20 to 25 min· Royal Jubilee Hospital, said a which women were so fortun- at shoulder level. Now de.,n ha,.. •
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~, •._, ~errie.<. whv not serve a I utes. Serve hot.
fee·charglng,
course
with
fewer
scribe circles with both arms 1
ate in this respect.
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and a
~c.: of rhi11ed halved straw· I
chores would be a good idea but Not all of the wealth possessed in unison. In other words,
t.duM
:•err,e, and let your guests'
would role out girls like her· by Lillian Russell could have make like an airplane propeloclt.:t
't'lon them over their sen·· -~---------­ sell.
bought her the aids to beauty ler.
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Ul·CENT CURE
:~gs nf Torte.
"H I had to pay I couldn't available to the average wo-, For the waistline, put your arms I TORONTO (CP) - A United
LE~O'i-RERR\' TORTE
afford lt-l'm one of a family
man today: marvelous hair straight up tbove your head, Nation~ official said Monday a
YOU ARI
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tints and dyes, hormone and and clasp your hands. Now, , 10 - cent shot of penicillin can
· 'a~nroximately 4-ouncc l pac- DRIVING
vitamins bend as far to the left side as 1cure yaws, ·a crippling disease
vitamin
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ST. JOHN'S, NFLD., Tlll!HSDAY, JL'\E :2H, HJ(Jl
were from 'good' homes •
they were
most had religious training
they were in felony court facing
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VANCOUVER <CPl - Peter
Sinclair is 12 years old. lie
walks on artificial limbs, the
result o( an accident fh·e ycm·s
a~o in which he lost both his
legs ahul'~ the knee.
Charles Crane is 55, blind,
deal and virtually dumb, the result of an attack of meningitis
risen by 10 pet· cent in the las\
SC\'Cn years. Tlwse or G'ermany
have fallen by two per cent.
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Oll'n, hut del'ided to c;u·c for the into ill> new hon~c. l'cler was am "ith Pckr. · he t,rpcd cui.
youngster. 11 ho lu't his Jc~ge:· 'leat·r.mg the t11·o-hatllled ~ign "lie lws nwde it easy fot· me
father in an acculent \\'hen he' languagp U'Cd lo communicate lrJ Ji1·e for the ftilurc :•t:d lws
w<ts [il'c.
1 with ~lr. Crane. lie pic';ed up, helped me no end.
I the hand - to - hand alphabet
"I don't l<noll' what I '.luttld
\LIKE }'ATHER ,\ND so:-.
quickly and,
when anybody do ll'ithout him."
They say they'l'e found the wants to talk with Chat·les now,
Each night, using sign Jan: experience of having the two Peter )::encrally is there to if'-· guage, Petet· reads poems to
:handicapped persons a r o u n d terpret.
: :\lr. Crane and frequently tnev
·has made \heir own children
After each
question. ·~lr. plav chess.
at the age of nine months.
more humble and thankful for Crane, who has learned to usc ..-\\'hen an;1hlni: really sen~:~·
Th~ two met for \he firs\ time. God's goodness to them.
a typewritet' with accuracy and· tiona! happens in the world, I.·
four years ago ·when Peter., "I introduced Peter to Charles,\ speed, hands Peter slips of, re:Jd rcwspapcr s\ol'ics to Chcr·
embittered hy the loss of )tis' who has been with us since i paper with his answers type- lie," Peter s:Jid. "One was the
legs when trapped beneath- a 1!!'>3, and they hit it off s\t·ai~ht written on them.
:Russian space flight."
train, arril·cd ,1\ the home of a w a y," ~Irs. Philpot said.: In an intcrYicw conduetcd in' When he is alone. ~lr. Crane
~lr. and !llt·s. G. Roy Philpot "They be c a me almost like I this manner in !tis two-room, spends most nf his time tT<Hiing
m :'<mth Bum aby.
father <md son hut the bond he-' study m the basement of the: or tr;mscnhm~ Bratllc hool.s,
~lr. Philpot. a g,1ragc me- tween them wen\ e1·en <leeper I Philpot home. he >aid his only which he rccei,·c, from the
chanic. and ~Irs. Philpot, once tlwn that. They seemed to get! income is a $i·l mottthly blind. :\ational ~nstilute for the tltind
matron nf a Fargo, :'\.D .. insli- strength, courage and confi-: pension.
! in 1-:n;hmcl. He ha' more than
\ution for the blind. hal'c lhrer <lence ft·om ~arh other."
' "I hal'c manY dil£,cullirs. hut. t.OCJ!l ll'orks. :111 in Br~illc. in
sons and a daughter of their
Within a few days of mol'in~ I am happ;·. ~opeci:rlly ll'hcn I his slur!;·.
1nterests Rise For
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t. \HI' K.\"IOW11'Z
1rrowd and thr lwat, the win- ·jury box. Their hair was duck- i
1:1-\. , \r:\ 1 -- Thr dn11·s 1\'t•rt• wide open to the tailed blond or pompadoured;
... , .. hr"an nn a I noi>c•s of the sln•et.
black. They were wearing shirts:
· ;::nr 11;a ;rarn·d.
II wa> the day Aft~·. Gt•n. or loose lumht•r jackets.
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In that crowded courtroom
.. , .. ··r:ll'. who ,hnn\d >IH'nk on moral dr<'a)'. lhe puh- \lw jury box seemed the only :
·. ,,·h~>t•l. ,.,.. nt· wtlh lie's apathy to crime and cor- plate to put them. They were ,
.. -ilottld ha1·c ht•t•n ruption.
·charged with assault, robbery.
• ·,, rr~>fc>'tons. small
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Wlwn Pl'llple t:t!kt-d in whis- report~d perfunc\orilv, or not :
.c· ... ,.:;,1 hou>t•wnr,;.
. _ · ·., ,, "·11n ,lwuld han prrs ahoul the 17 boys, they at all.
· .. ,,.,,: nn mil sutts also lalkrd 11! "l!ift gil'ing'' to
The prosecuting attorney Ja\-,
, .. ·. ·, nt·c,•lta1 1ons.
:-L'I\' York City school olfkials.: er said:
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.;, ., ··r ho;s had hrt•n .. !et·trkal <'Ompany pnce-lixing · "I can fer\ sorry for kids
. :· "' tilt- puhhc lwnr· tax looplwlcs. and .'point-sha\'· from broken homes where the)' 1
. , ., : Jw, had nul pa.,ed ' mg" hashthall scandals. A nerer sec anythmg better. But .
wnler for a m:t~azine of po-, those boys (\he 14 youths, pri-1
. · ·• r:i1da".
, - ·•r:nrr. thc-r 17 ho)'s llltc·al rommentar)' was tlwre nwrily from substantial homes
. ·.·, :·: t:t! :-rw York lo find nut if there h:1d been a in respectable neighhourhoodsl :
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,,·.•tl nci~hhnurhoods ln>s of religious l"alucs in our -wei. you just can't !eel that I
'r·" •rrr-trd on L'har~es ; ~o~·!rty,
. 'sorry for them."
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I hesr shadows reflected m
After court wa~ out. a rablu. i
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iic ... :itJH'< on thr thrfts the l'OIIrtror'"l. The boys par- who knew some of the hoys.:
•,., :akrn plat·e mw a rnts appeared too ini'Ol\'ed in sat haek in his modish office :
.r·' r·' -<·lwal years. fiXt'n their own problems to notice. 1and said.
:- ,. 'ai11r of stolen ~nods They talked about the other : "These ho)'S are no\ harrl' boys and their parents but : rned criminals. ~lisguided, mis• • •
rarely to t~em. l\lostly, they . led, ·''"'· hut not hardened
\nn """· lhr puhliL'. ol'er·, krpt to thetr own and to thetr • enmmals.
. .c: ··~ lhr r11urtn•om win· ' own lawyers in little clustl'rs
1:- "as all ratted to the around the room.
"If :vou want to know why
r-' il\r<r hoys who srrm- :
But lhey all perspired to-, they did it, you mi~ht ask your·' c.:·..c ro rea,on to steal he- ; !(elhcr in dark suits and dresses. • self why a respectable person
'' nnr rarrnl said. "my i In another plal·e. perhaps a from a wealthy suburban com,,, n <·n thin~ hr needed." : house of wor;;hip. three fil'e • muni\y tries every dny to make ,
.~' ' :• .r.n;· <·ourt of Queens or seven years a~o when the ' a fast buck, lie doesn't need it. I
:r'.' \ Y. the rhar.~es wrre • boys were 13. they might have After all. how many swimming i
11. ··•·-1 lhan thr ht•:td· . heen mistaken lor a group con- . pools do you need?
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1" ' :: tht< casr ~ors he~rpgating to celebrate the day a ~
"No, Theirs is no I a trial of!
' " .• ::rl ntry will all thr , ho)' becomes a man.
1 deprivation whi~h !s rasi~r to !
c..<. ··11· <il'lrict alttlrnt•y'> ,
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,, ' "'' ~.-. ron~idt•rt•d. But
"Thesr mothers knew", a de- plenty."
,.. ,. · .. ,t:h. lor example. ft•nce atlorne.v said. "when you
That trial will resume .Tuly
• ·, .• '·•r hreakin~ into a 'c·ome to rourl, you dress up." JO. In the meantime. two of .
::-., >"c .:r·;dtn~ a ltttlr icwrl- But how could they really the bo)·s ha\'e been referred for
a•c '"'h. four otlwrs lor know? ~lost of them had ne1·er p~ychiatrie examination. a third
"'·' • -afr with hur~lar : hrrn in felony court. or an)' with a prel'·ious record will re·
.,,.,., r for ret·ril'ill" n I othrr kind of court, lor that main in jail. and others will he
hr sold r.. r s~o. m<tlh·r.
, out on ban or facin)( similar
I The 14 youths. with their charges in neighboring conn- i
T;r ·''·' • h:.rl not c·omr to hair neatly trimmed. became \irs hr<·attse their alleged ,
·~· r• a :nod day. if !hue
uncomforlahle in llwir ;;,tits. trimes covered a wide area,
, •. '""<! day' in this plat·r. · and ties. In <·ontras\ wt•re \he:
' •r nf lhr ol'rrflnwing adolcseent.• slouched in the I l"EXT: Why dirl it haJJpen?
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Exports Up,
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R.1 O(ll'G ~IARSIIAU.
•'anat!Jan PrPss Staff Wrltrr
LO~DO\ •C'P 1 - Piccadillv
:lmerin~ neon-studded
-"mC.OJ of Britain's afllu" I'O•:·"••r society. has a new
· \~"rt the ;:lowing beacons
comnwrcial prosperity. it
a <o!ter warning to Lon·
E.:·.~, export; go up." flash
'•·•:·h:~h lrlters in green.
- Rc:t .• in goes down," it
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Beneath the let' ''"" <•n enormous Union
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1111 '"·.:;, <mrl lhumhs • dow~
· l'nmes law in July. the chan· fieials pleaded for a better over·
, ccllor of the' exchequer, Selwyn seas trade balance as the only
Lloyd, will be able to put a long-term solution. During. the
tighter squeeze on home spend· prosperous 1950s industry an·
. ing.
sweted the call.
The budget proposals em· Exports increased and
power the chancellor to make a reputation of British goods and
flat increase of up to 10 per cent · sales • service abroad reached
; in customs and excise duties something like its pre-war level.
and pun·hase tax without ad· At home Britons had latter pay
\'ance parliamentary approval. cheques and more goods to
Some of the government's fi- 'spend them on.
nancial aclvisers think these ·. No~v in f I a t i o n, the pale
measures are insufficient. They : speetre that ne\·er quite faded
are reported to hal'e recom- ·out of sight, has returned as a
mended an increase in the bank full • fledged demon. ?nly de- I
interest rate-now a\ five per· creased home spend t n g and
cent-which controls credit by more exports ctn rive it away
·::n 11,1, .'witched on hv regula\ in g interest rates again.
:1 ~Iautllmg, prrsi<lent ~f throughout the country.
During the last seven years
ol traM. a gol'ernI British exports have increased
lepartment. at a time HARSHEST WEAPON
: llv onlv 2R ·per cent' while West
Bntain's economv has
£1 these measures fail. some c;"ermany's have shown a !SO• -rrics of hard ioits and lhmk the government rna~· lte. per-cent increase.
likrll' to he swe 1 into · forced to fall back on the harsh- :
dt·l·l ,. Sj>tra
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· of the pound.
Critics here cannot agree on
h~ures show th~\ the ! _ The gov~rnm~nt h~s ~mphat-r th~ cause of this failure. Some
r trade ~ap widened to R2,. ' 1call~
dcmed ~~ w1ll _deva!ue t_h1nk. home m~rket consump·
(~ and the cos\-of-l!vin!( in- i sterlmg and pomts to tis gold \ton 1s prc-emptmg goods that
nas jumped four points over , reserves of S2,903,~,000 •as should go for export. Others _arsam~ period last year
. pruof If the pounds staymg gue that products are I not bemg
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the recent increase of IO $_2.000,000,000 with the. Intern a- are not good enough to sell
. a 1on in the price of ; !tonal Monetary fu~d.
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ann hi~her hus and rail , The pound now IS supported Tilts I a t t e r vtew rece1ves
to he introduc~d .shortlv. : hy the governnlen~ at between : s_ome SUPP?~t from th~ ~edera­
the finance bill contain- ; $2.78 and $2.82 m terms of hon of Brtttsh Industrtes latest
,tht> budget proposals be- , United States dpllars, With the inquiry into. the trends ef Brit. -. 1parity rate or $2.80.
ish trtde. It shows that half the
Devaluation last came in the 500 firms canvassed have a
OWN BREAD : autumn on 1949 when, despite spare capacity \hat is not being
i government assurance.
t h e used for export.
A HONEY OF
:pound was sliced' from the pre-j The chief reason the report
· war level of . $4.03 in a last· ' ~i\'es lot• Jagging exoor\s is that
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Then·,· as now, government of-! Britain's · export prices have
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'filE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOHN'S, ~FLD., THURSDAY, JUNE 29, l%J
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Grand Falls Bowler's iAiouettes
Association Presentation 'Sign Two
Of Trophies and Awards
FINISHES LAST, BUT FINISHES
·Arcaro Short
Of New Record
THE DAILY N
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:.IO~TRZAL
ICPl
real Aloueltes Wedncsdav
. nounced the si;:ning of two· n-:·.'
BOSTO:-> 'API - Veteran
football imports, halCback ~; ·JIY THE A~OCIATEI
A climax to a •·cry ;Jut:;land· 4. Gordon Oldford. Non·
j o c k e v Eddie Arcat·o drove
283 Lewis, two-year veteran ft~:
Detroit T1gers crus
ing year of :lowling here in i
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Polylad ·down the stretch. sur·
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llaltimore Colts, and rookie L'· ·~~ago White Sox 12·5
: Grand Falls toJ't pJ<w,~ 011 Fri· · 5. Gu> Tilley, Blackmore
\'i1·ing fin·ored Our Hope's late
t t I
268
tre
Harold
Scott
from
F~~,;
·.wednesday
to
pro
ec
t!;;y .June 32'-ll a< Club !i:! with·
Printing
charge and a foul claim. for a
'j.merican League lea.d
266 A ami :\!.
stirring photo finish \'ietory
1the presenta:in.J of trophies 16. Les ll!oss, Gadens
Lewis, a defence speu: ·ili!M! Co~ational. the Ieadn
Wednesdav in the 27th running
and awards I·J the following • 7. i:llikc ~lurphy, Windsor
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ef the ·$.'ii,700 !'.lass~chusetts
I tean.s and fn.Lndtwb.
Lions Club
258 anti passes receil'cr. pla;-<'1 ' ~ali Reds took 1t on
~ollege Football al thr r,,., ·twice, losing 16·5 an
Hllfldlcap at Suffolk Downs.
\\'omen's LiiW•~>I Sin~le to 8. Kevin Langdon, :\on·
258
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sity of Houston. Scott is A :, -;Chicago Cubs. .'
The time of 2.01 4-~ was just
)!anon El'ano; ol Sputni!" and '
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minute sul>stitule at the '·. ,i At Briggs Stadmm. I
4-!.. of a st"cond off the track
~lissiles, Score (55), donated WOiUEN
278 etles training at Burlington. : )r.·ent all the way for t
rc1:0rd for the mile and a quar·
hy Hecreation Centre and l. ~Iary Snow, Imps
lor centre Harry Balrh
pick up his ninth v.
tar.
2. Angela Dillon,
presented hy AI. ~lellonald.
l'CLA,
unable
to
report
<1
:e
·~oing
so ended a 12·1
Acar!' dueled 40 • year · old
261
~lens Lowest Single to Cyril
Kinettcs
'\l'in ,treak. Jake Wood
256
a
broken
IITiEI.
Steve Brooks aboard Our Hope
Stone of 1\:f!d. Light and Power 3 . .Janet Duder, Imps
·~)Jii- restil'ities with a
-nd won but the 25,086 rus·
252
Co., Score 160). Donated hy 4. .Joyce Flood, Imps
tomers had to wait another 10
241i
1\eaeation Centre and present· 5. Janet Tail. Imp>
minutes before it became offi·
, ed hy AI :\lcDonald.
G. Shirle)' Pond.
eial.
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Women's Highest Single to
Kinetic;
Phil Grimm lod~ed a rom·
~1ary Snow of Imps. Score 7. .loan Srmth. :\lfld.
CLEVI·:L.-\:\D '.\PI - 1':·..
plaint against Acaro, charging
(278). Donated by Sweeneys
Light and Power ( B I 241 l;md Barons s0id 1\'r :,·:,•:: .
Jse was cut off by Po!ylad on,1
2:31 they h3\'C ~~ c q u i r e J H~~~­
Serl'iec Station. pre,entcd by 8. Bel Rendell, Blower;;
fowth finish Lord Gregor at the!
Hoy l'ealy.
LOWEST S!:'\GLI\
l!lank' Cic . . \a, lcniin:! '',r;
of the >lretch.
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:lien's Ilighest Single In .Jim
Cyril Stone. :\fld. Light and la>t 'cason fot Hoelle''"r .\n.
Tht" stewards ruler! fo1· Acaro.
. Power of A'on·DrSt·ript;;, Score !'ower r H 1 60.
itans. Both ciuhs ;•rr 111 :
Pob·lad pain S6.80. $2.tiO and
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1304).
Donated
hv
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~!arion
Evans,
Sputnik'
and
American
Hockey Lr::~11r ·
~.20 whilr Our Hope returned
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Bar,
prcsent~d
hy
.John
~li;si!r:',
~G.
To
get
Cci:·d:1
Daron..: :..:.r c ,;
tun and S2.40.
U'H!'il!y.
TRIPLES
ri~ht win"rr llill Dinc•!ll ,,, ..J, ~,·,·,
Sickel Bov. thrrr and one
\\'onH'n's lli~hc'l Tnplr to ~IE:'\
undisrl<N'd amount or 1: .,.,
tlall lene.ths 'ore the pat·e al the
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Snow
of
Imps,
Scon•
Don
Hl•id.
Hanks
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The 21i·l·car-old Cic-!:t. •
11·irr. p~id $3.00 to show.
t7~H '· Donated b.1 :\ltrcn·s AI )1ndlonald. Bank'
i2G 1iq: of St. Catiwrinr.s. : ., .. .':
Credit .frl\'l'llrrs Ltd., prr•st•fll· Gus Till~c·. Blackmore
pninb on :JO ~o;~ls ;•nd « ; .:
. cd hy AI )ldlonald.
J'rinling
ilti sist, ;~nd ran'·,ed niulh 1:r 0: 1 ~
.\ll•n's lli~hc't Triple. llon Roy Dawc. Klll>tl!Cn
li92 .\IlL >corers.
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Hcid of Banks, ~core 1741). Jim Power. :\on·
Dineen. 2B.
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Donated hy Gadt·ns Ltd. Annual
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6llj :\o. 4 cto•·er la;;l sra-n11. '
•HOUSTON, Tex., Ed. William~. of Texas A. and M. grimaces in P<1ill ;;s he t'l'os~~:; the' finish lin~ of the trophy. {:\ot al'ailnhl~). ,
Car Pynn. Banks
667 ~!I points on 2H goul- anri ·'',
ROY SEIVEf
.\len's Highest Triple to Don Knin Lan~dun. )[on·
.<JSls. Hi> home i> m .1 ... ·
~w-.rrtL\1. •.\P'- ~lontrcal 100-yard dash at the Southwe~t Conferem:c Traek 111 ~·t. on hi:; back. Williams h:;s been troubled all seaHcicl of Banks. Score 17·ll ).
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65U ~lue.
Canadien> or the :-:ational llol'· son b~' a pulled musde in his left leg. and \\'hen Lhe b;td !e.~ ga\·c out. he fought his wa~· to the tape
homer.
B "•cK
lt:e yl.ragur ha1·e loaned defence· in this position. The University of Texas win the 4lith Annual SuutlnresL Cunf~rcnce Meet, by defeating Ilona ted by Broll'n l'harma<·y. .Jir.1 ~lartin. I\'!1<1. Light 6 , 1,. He11. 1. 11 .1!.. ' 11 •1•.fill 1e. ••~, 1: .,.• .., ;· BOL'''CE
: 1:\ot a1·nilablel.
ancl
Power
(A)
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Donald, High Arcra~('. 2'••:
The 'Tigers
man ~laurirr '~lor• Mantha to champion Baylor.
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Hi~ 11 Scor<•. " •: .,,. "'· •whipprng Y
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lf'a>on, the r!uh ~nnounred Wed·, - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - · - - sas l'itl' •Hausse 1·11 '"''·
·Chicago I Cardwell li-5).
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Janet Duder, Imps
· •· High Triple, 692: Roy lJa; loser Ray Herhcrtaesday.
' lost records in parentheses:
lllht{l:, ·Sdw.all G·l• al ~lin·· San Francisco :.lof1l•.s ,; ..;; at by II. Snow.
Janel Tail. Imps
r.:lH High Triple, !9G.
runs in the tir,t thr•
:Mantha. 27. was with Clei'C•
Amrriran Lra!(Ur
ne"lla ·t'ucto 0·2'.
l'hilad r ltl hi a <)lahalfe,· 7-71
~len'> High Al·cragc to AI. Bet Renddl. Blowers
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Tt•am 13: :o;on-De"·nt>· . Detroit addell ti,·e in I
J.nd Baron~ ot the :\ilL las! sen·
Chicago I ~lcLish 4·ti' at De·
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~lellonald of flank>. t206). Shirle)· Pond. Kinettes
59! .Jim Power. High Singh'. ~· ,and three in the ei~
Donated by G. F. Bowlrrs As· June Parsons, Housewi,·es 591J .Jim !'owrr. lldt Triple. t' ) e1-ers J1u,s Kcmn
ton and the prnious >cason with
· lroit 1Lary 10·4'.
Xatiomtl I.ra~!Ur
tile now·drlunct ~lontrral Roy. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Washington !Gabler 2-2\ al
Lo;; ·\n;~rlr;; •Koufax 10 _1 , at "o~iation tAnmtal trophy) not Nina Brnr:g, Stores
585 Jun !'ower. High AI"Cra~t·. ::·.,warren Harke:·
als n( the Eastern Professional, P~·obable pitchers for today's Clereland tHall'kin, 5·6' •:\•.
Cincinnati ·~Jalo ~ry 4-:l• at Pitl<hu:·.~h !Francis 0.2) I:\•. : a\'atlal~le. .
Bettv Ren<lell, Blowers
575. Team H: Blackmore Pr:· 1 RO)' Siercrs '.Ia>
Hockey League.
tna]or league games, won and, Baltimore 1Stock 2·01 :1l 1\an·
- - - - . - - - - - --~-------.. I.o~,\'EST TRIPI.E
ing Co.-lius Tilley. H.. -;Cnly home r:111 i11ttN
1 ~lens I11gh Average to Al
'~lcDonald of Banks. (206.1
.Jack Woodman. ;omt!. Light Single. 258 ; (;us Tille), !!: ~lossi for hi.; 18th 1101
Douated by World's Products and Power I R I 283.
Triple. 7 w: Gus Tilley. IL )'unner aboard "1th
nistrihutors (not available).
Bessie Peddle, Sputniks an< 1 : Al'cra~e. 193 .
the nmth.
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At this point in the pro· ~lissiles 324.
Team 15 .: Blowers-Bet F.' • Luis Aparicio ~<\I :
; gramme. the presentation of
TE,\~1 STANJII~GS
dell. High Sin~le, 231 ; Bet F., ~·hile Sox' hit; anr:
j"Biow Fund Can" lo Grand. :\on-Descript>
12 drll. Hi;.,.'h Triple. 632: Ret R, two runs.
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. ,\t Chi~a£o, tile C·.•l
r·a s ow rrs
ssoc. Y tm . mps
dell, High A1·era~e. 169.
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Po'-·rr of il:on·Deseripts league. A.:\.D. Office
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Team 16: Sputniks and :·
This fund made annual trophy Bank>
10 ~il~s _Angus
E1·ans. 11. •I
for ~l~n·s High A'wagc.
· Blacknwr~ Printing
10 Single>. 237; Angu~ E•t i ·
Lowest Team l'infall to Sput· 1\fld. Light and Power i A)
9 High Triple. 5S5; Angus [q
niks and ~li~5iles, 18654) pre· Kinsmen
9 High A\·erage, 156.
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sente<l hy AI ~lcllonald to A. Housewircs
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i'iOTE: High Average
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7 based on 10 or more ga: •
El'ans. Donated by Cohen's Windsor Lions Club .
Home Furnishings.
Botwood Lions Club ..
7 played.
Hi;:hest Sinde Game Pinfp.l[ Gaden> .
6 .H'EIL\GES ON 10 GA)!I'
to Banks 1904), Donated by· Blower>
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OR MORE PLAYED
Exploits \'alley Garage, pre· Stores
6
!lien
sented by Fred :ll!oore to Cap· Kinetics
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AI ~lacDonald, Banks. :· '
· Nfld. Light and Power I B) 3 Jim Power, Non-Descript-.: •
tain AI ;\lcDonald.
Hi~hcst
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Triple Pinfall to ' Sputniks and Hiss1les
2 Don Re1'd , Ban k·s, 1no
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Imps, (24-!3). Donated by East·'
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120. Dawe. Kinsmen, 196: Gu': :
ern Fire Corporation, pres('nl·
TOTAL PllliFALLS
, lev Blackmore Printin~ :.: ,),
ed hy Mac Dalley to Captain Imps
1151~ · G~;don Oldford. i\'on·Dc·c::· ~
Janet Duder.
Non-Descripts
112~5 190; Kel'in Langdon, :O:o:::. ~1
Highe>t Total Pinfall to ·Banks .
ll1J1 cripls, 189: Howard S!1t•prr ·I
Imps.. (11518). Donated by A.N.D. Office
10537 Botwood Lions Club, 189: Ja: -~
Bowring Bros. Ltd., presented ' Blackmore Printing
104B!l .lanes. A.K.D. Office. 1Bo f •,
by ~lac Dalley to Captain Janet Kinsmen
lO:J99 P"nn, Banks, 182: Jim ~'ar.
Duller.
i !\fld. Li:;ht and
·;·fld. Light and Power \:\1 1',
Highest Number of Point> to.
Pow••r fA)
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·Jon Braye. Kinsmen, !7f: :.f,
Non Desrripts with 13. Donated . Windsor Lions Club
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.lrN, Gadens, 174; Geor~e ~·
by Recreation Centre and prP· Botwood Lions Club
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man, Blackmore Printin~. r;.~"·ith 12 exira l.Ja,e
,;entcd hy .\Irs. Dalley lo Cap· Stores
n;.. '1ih ~lurphy, Wind<or lx~them homers-in tile
lain D. Gardner.
Gad ens
9'i9.1 • Cluh. 171: Ron Healey. ,\ vc·,of 25 hits durin~ the
Individual Awards to )[on . Housewi•:es .
!li52 Office, 170; Gordon
.Iack1e Curtis. ro
Deseript team. Donated hy mowers
9648 Gadens. 169; Cornelius p 1 tc~' ·.
. stlen~d the R
Nfld. Brewery Ltrl., presented Kinelles
9276 A.'\.ll. Office. 168: Fred ~lc"
by Al :OII'Donald.
Nfld. Light and
\\'inrlsor Lions Club, 166, ·
Power iB)
925ti K 1· 11 ,.~.
stores.
165:
'~dedsitms.HAS RU; I
Second Best Team in points .'
lo Imps. 12. Donated hy :\orri> Sputnik~ and ~lissiles
8fi54 Broderick, Nfld. Lighl
Arm Stores, presented by AI •
11i2184 Power tA), 163; Dick !Ju:.
Sanlo. the
'FA! LS
. 'til t11·o
~lcDonald.
HIG H ES T P I ~
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, Kinsmen, 162; Doyle Ro .,
singles ~nd rlrn
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OTHER PRE. ENL\TION
Single game - Banks, 904. , Blackmore Printing, 162: i,
in thr oprnrr.
To G.F. Bowlers Association · TripiP - Imps, 2443.
Traske, 1\fld. Light and
Outfielder Gror:r
SJ.OO For each 30 games play· · NOTE: Pinfalls are based on • (A) 1b0; Bill Stroud, Wr · had four hits in
ed in tournament or a $39.00 Totals of Four highest players. • Lions Club. 160; Warwick
A r·layoff between the :\on· . tier, Blackmore Printin~.
cheque from ~lac Dalley of Re·
BE WISJ
creation Centre to Secretary Deseripts and Imps tied at 12 . Jiggs Borland, Botwoml
MARTINI
Fred j!oore.
points each at present will de· Club, 157; Jim Hood,
Store League trophy, donated cide lt,am l'hampionship. This 15i· Dave Abbott, nr.,"·:><lll The most in Dry
· by Recreation Centre. won by Will be determined by the Lio~s Club, !56: Clarenre F
Phone 92186·
IF-iff's Ltd., presented to Bar· highest total pinfall for three ler, A.i\'.D. Office. 156:
HUGHES-MA
hara Emberlcy.
. consecutive games.
• Evans. Sputniks and
CLEANSF.RS
TOP SCORERS
!.'i6; Verne Ainsworth ..~.J''==~~:::::::::::::Special award to untiring Se· :
1 cretary of the Aosocintion ~!r. ,
Team 1: Kinettes-Angela Light and Power (A), 150;
Fred l\loore who, as Jtlac • Dillon, High Sing-le, 261; Shir· Seymour, i\'fld. Light
Dalley said, made the tourna·! ley Pond. High Triple, 591; :Power (B). 148; Bernard ·
ment possible.
: Shirley Pond, High Average, : Botwood Lions Club, H8; ·
President J\lac Dalley in' his 159.
Hillier, Non-Descripll .•
closing remarks expressed his I Team 2.: Nfld. Light and 1 Walt Dillon, Kinsmen, H•·
dc~ire to have two leagues next Power (A)-Jim Martin, High I Pollett. Gadens, 146; :
year, a mens and ladies and Single, 2.18; Jim Martin, J!igh 1 Samms. Nf!d. Light and;
with keen competition, Grand Triple, 646: High AYerage, 181. ! ( R l, 143: .Jack Woodrn~n.
Falls will produce some top
Team 3: Nfld. Lii:ht and • Light and Power ( B J !43: '
bowlers in both leagues that . Power (B)-Joan Smith, Iligh Gardener. Non-Desenpl',
will be able to represent this Single, 241; Jack Woodman, ! Cyril Stone, Nfld. L1:ht
town in an All Nfld. tourna· Higb Triple, 546; Edna DY· • Power (B), 140; Georg•
men!.
mond, High Average, 156.
: man, Gadens, 138; Alhert ·
The remainder of the even·
Team 4: Stores-Bob King, I gory, Blackmore Printin;.
ing was taken up with dancing High Single, 224; Bob King, I Don Rowe, Gadens. i:Jl:
and refreshments.
High Triple, 611; Bob King, ' Barrow, Kinsmen, !31.
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PLAY OFF GMIE TO D"CIDE . High Average, 165.
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TOURNAME:'>IT CIIAIUPION
Team 5: Gadens-Les Moss. : )!ary Snow, Imps, 201i.
NOTE - Pinfalls are based I High Single, 266; Gordon ' Duder, Imps, 192; Janrt
on totals of four highest Skanes. High Triple, 596; Les ' Imps, 181; Bet Rendell.
players.
Moss, High Average, 174.
ers, 169; June Parsons.
Team 6: Botwood Lions wives, 167; Margaret
Imps.
1st. 2nd. 3rd. Tts.
191 219 221 631 Club-.Tiggs
Borland,
High Imps, 167; Nina Bragg.
J. Tait
M. Down
169 214
383 Single, 224; Howard Sheppard. 163; Yvonne McCarthy,
J. Duder
192 171 196 559 High Triple, 620; Howard 161; Frances
J. Flood
156 152 , Sheppard, High Average, 189.
Housewives, 160; Edith
, M. Snow
198 196 209 603 j . 7: imps-Mary Snow, High dell, Housewives, 160;
750 800 782 2332 Single, 2'78; Mary Snow, High ! Pond, Kinettes, 159;
Non-Descripts
Triple, 728; Mary Snow, High 1Dymond, Nfld. Light and ·
K. Langdon 201 201 Averare, 206.
· er (B), 156; Betty
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0. Tulk
145
240 385
Team 8: Housewives - I Blowers, 154; Joyce
F. Manuel 171 237
408 . Frances
Noseworthy,
High ! Imps, 153; Gladys
B. Hillier 153 183
336 Single, 220; June Parsons, High B~owers, 152; Marjorie
1~8 195 241 524 Triple, 090; June Parsons, Kmettes, 151; An~ela
J. Power
D. Gardner
High Average, 167.
Kinettes, 150; Im
G. Oldford
203 214 417
Team D: A.N.D. Office Kinettes, 150; Eileen
657 818 896 ~71 James Janes, High Single, 250; Stores, 150; Barbara
James Janes, High Triple, 632; Stores, 149; Mary
IT. JOHN'S: Phone '7!45 01 6359
Non Descripts tournament Jame5 Janes, High Average, Stores, 148; Joyce
186.
A.N.D. Office, 148; Ethel
•ANDBR: JL L. Griffin Ltd., Phone 8·2387
champions.
Team
~0:
Windsor
Lions
Housewives,
144; Marion
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Top Eight Scores (Final)
Club-Mike
Murphy,
High Sputniks and Missiles,
OllAND FALLS: Bond Beverage• Ltd., Phone 2148
SINGLES
Single, 258; Bob Carey, High Hazel Parsons, Blowers•
MEN
BILL ISLAND: Tom Ma111hy, Phone 2186
Triple, 582; Mike Murphy, High June Rowsell, Blowers.
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Marjorie Matthews,
Descripts ... .. ..
.. .. 304 Avera1:e, 171.
THE BENNElT BREWING CO., LTD.
Team 11: Banks-A! Mac· 133; Jill Spencer, So·utnikl
2. AI MacDonald, Banks
298
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TH£ D:\ILY XEWS, ST. JOliN'S, NFLD., TIWRSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961
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MEASURED BY TIMES
ubs Dump Reds Twice!
igers Stop White Sox,
Wfi~N IT COME? 70 HA.R.vii:5'S
£ACING, IT WOUWN'i f5E
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Tilt: _,SSOCIATED PRESS Altman had a homer, hi.~ lith,
',,. , : Trcrr~ rrushrd Chi- and 11 triple in the second game
.·., 11 •·,•r Sox 12·5 on lfi hit~· to lift his st>asonal hatting a\'·
ru rrotrct their ~lim erage to .349.
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The loss wa~ t'harl(ed to
1"• . ,., l.c~::ut lead, and in ·
. , , • .,,,:. thr lrading finl'in- .Junmy O'Toole, his seventh
':,· :· :r•ok it on the chin against six victories.
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,.. :no: Jri-5 and i-2 to
The winner o! the first game
,_ .• <.:!"
11as Glrn llobhir, who took his
1 :·,.;;, St ad1um. Don ~lossi fifth l'iclory by scattel'ing 1t1
,
.· .. ,.. "a)· for llw Ti~t·r·s hits The toscr was Hoh Purke)',
~:" : · , . . . . : 1 h1 .. mnth win anrl in \' 1 w~r rrcord now i~ H-l
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f:~rst
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Hygrades, behind the fi1·c hit
pitching of Gerry Kiss, kept
their winning strike ali rc as
' they handed Red Ch!l a 10-2
I setback
in last ni~hl's senior
softball action at the Bannerman Park Diamond. The wm
by the lly~radcs was their third
straight after dropping their
first four games.
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Hygrades Continue Comeback
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utopptng Red Cliff 10-2
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I Rams tor fifth ~pot in the
team standing. RCA!-' lead the
Jca~uc with a 8-0 record, while
Aces arc second with a 5-2
record ..l;rys a~·.t Hawks hare a
4·3 record for third and fourth
positions.
Comets, 1\edCliff,
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Wednesday night to defeat Mm·,
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'Jackie J ens en, Ike Delock,
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paw Joe Gibbon of Pittsburgh
Pirates beat Los Angeles Dorlgru:n:u:-;n 1API - Bennie ers Wednesday night for the
O.mwls heltl CI_P 1"elar.d _Tmii_ans third time this season a~ he
to '":'· luts Ill Plll'l~m~ II nshmg- scattered six hits in pitch in"·
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dmL•Il'li!•;triL•r I\ ednr.~d:J)' m~l1t. liftrd in the third, was charged :
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Dalr Lot•~ drol'r in t11o of thr hi' Frank Howard in the fourth
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:meet tonight in sen 1or soccer at the Star Hall. Starting time
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)lemonal Ficl<l at 7.15. Guards
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Practice Corner
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\l'alsh drove in two runs for the meet Hawks with a 4-3 re(ord
winners lo be their top RBI in tonight's scmor softball ac·
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Red Clif! committed four er- diamond starling at 7 o'clock.
rors in suffcrin~ the Joss while ' Tom Barron w11l start on the
llygrades were charged wlth · mound for the Comets witn. Bill
three mbcues.
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BOX SCORES
Gordon t;)ynn ond .lahn !layward ~upplied the hittrng for
the winner>. Glynn had two
~ingles and a double in three
trips to the platr and drore 111
nne run whrle Hayward had
three sin~lrs in fire official
Red Cliff:
turn~ at hat.
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playing crntcr and Larry Warren, playing inside right accounted for the St. Pat's goals.
Gerry Gullil'er the Holy Cross
outside left was ejected from
the game in the first half for
ob.ieetin;: too strongly ag:lilbf
a call made by rdt'l'l'<' Hill
.lal'kson. Hobin Short, tht• hi~
Holy l'ross full back was abo
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second half when he was tao
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in the League. Dick ~!alonry.
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trol the hall. St. Pat's sermcrl ;:tar. Bill l'lllllC.I" at !ullhack
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Marshall got a break away and , to score whrn he broke in on
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Linesmen: Bill Pike,
was tripped from behind. Pat goal all ai~ne but h~ shot w1dc
Marshall the Irish penalty shot from the SIX yard !me. .
Densmore.
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Larry _warren, possess1_ng a
the goal post and the ball strong klek, scored the msurThe teams lined up as follows:
bounced out of play.
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St. Pats. Goal, Job,v Browne:
gel opened the scoring
h ' shot from 11 sharp angle.
[ fulls, Doug Phelan, lJave Ryan,
went in on the Crusad ~ /
John Browne in the Irish net . halves, Joe Browne, Pat Marall alone when a fulber k oa .1e made a good showing to reg-j' shall, Walt Dalton; forwards,
sed the balL He neatl;c pia~;~ ister another of his shutouts as Steve Angel, . Larry Warren,
the ball in the ower eft corner. he made some fine saves off Tom Angel, D1ck Maloney, BerReferee Bil Jackson had a t~e boots of Barry Maunder and nie Marshall.
·Holy Cross: Goal, Frank Fur·
hard time controlling the game Bill Woods.
in the first half as players from
Doug Phclnn who was moved long; fulls, Bil Finney, Robin
both teams did a lot of shout- back to fullback and Walter Short; haves, Bren McGrath,
ing and fouling.
Daton playing his first game Harry Ennis, Bob Woods; for·
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That most exciting, roman!Lc, '
bitter and violent of all lost :
causes-the anti·Bntis!J Lcrru1sl
activities of the Irish Hcputh
can Army - forms tile back·
ground for ''The Nt!lh~ l'l;!hl·
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opens tomorrow at tne J•ata·:
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Arl!sts release.
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location in Ireland, "The :\igitt
fighters" is an adaptation (•f '
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by Arthur Roth.
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Anne Heywood, Cyril C11sacl;,
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42.31 H. SO 1 ]n\' 125 p lRO S2J1SJ. 21 ~~ - 111 C P1pcr
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111100 ~;·, ''
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7:i7 $~3',• 43'-i U~~- '• Cnn Gs
1iJ5 S171l lil4 li~k ..1- 1,. Socony
:1()0 ISQ 1&0 ISU
RSIIt)' ~ rr
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Champion Mutual
~.97
6.16 lmp Oil
E.ut ~~~u
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99[)
$611,
61\
611~
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1:11)0 1.! 1 J 1!
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9.!15 10.87 lnland C pr 160 $17:14 17 1'.: 17~,
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seen i.n such ptctures a> "C:tcck-: On! .•July 13. lca~·e Torow_dO-Musical Rendez
l30J $781~ 7B'f. 78~•- ~~,Tnt Pis 6r
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1300 39
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Diversified Se-rlrs B
4 4i 4.8~ lnl Nicktl
:\2:\ $32
311, J2 ~ '41 Kell~· D A
1.'i50 $8
7'4 ~ + '"'~ Std lnd
:!jO 16-b
lt.S 165 -JJ C~htrl
1600' :tl
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3 ll 3.66 Tnt Pap
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1370 S\51:1 ~~h H'~- 14 Krrr ,\dd
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2000 190 190 190
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a young star of the 1 20, lca,·e .July 21.
Story.
nu~sr-11
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7IMJ
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1:.00 75 74 74 -1 Canadian Jn\'estmeat
tn.oo HU7 Jamaica P!l 50 SJ4 31 11
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100 SJH4 37~ 4 Ji'4- J,4 ) SltrHitl
.11'1110 ~'!I'! ·-"lt't 1~0 -lrt ~~~ok~~l
7C SlOlt 101 -: 10'-.
C Dt1111
J030 4fl~ 4~5 460 -1ft Canafund
;~~ ~~'' ~~;! ;;;~ ~ :~ British stage and tcl~1·ision,
~0--CBC News and
<ilUl\ \"1\
42.38 41.541 Labatt
tOO ~U
42
42
Steep R
1:!5 1115 81~ 81S -to
.\00
I
1
4
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100 US 410 41~ +10 Champion Mutual
t,ltDn l'ran
3 97 6.56 L St I.
1200 25•, w. ~so..- '• made hLr ftlm debut in ··sh&kc
CAPE
CA!\t\ \'ER.\L. Fa
Canada Maline<
1700 S171,0,a 1714 17~- 'i Trans \U
:170 $131~ 1l
1:1 - 1., 'fldfwlr
fj•~ t i ' l - ·~ c Ex Ga 1
1000 17~ 166 169 +2
Commonwealth Inte-r
8.91 9.76 MB PR
Gl \h:a:n' ll:OO 11
133()() 40'1 3C'i 3~··- ·,
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4
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1 '
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4100
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1335 5131,4 lJ
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~t50 $11'4. 1411; H 1 ~ t ~- t'n Carh
.CoO ll~ 3:o 320 , !
rent Uft 1112 635 630 63~ +5 Corporate Inustou
Gund.uc
9.95 10.87
2100
45'<
w.
15
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Cusack
and
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a
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missile
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1(100
1' 1 1' 1 4to. t •.:a com Pete
250 lU 1Bl 185 -t
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Diver•llled Strlts B
4.15 1.8; ~Ius !' !V..p 250 $lOB 11111 lOS
0 s•, o:'' n:·• _ '" Ginnis two of Jrelanri'f m~st I short of its lar;:ct after a '';·
Tnhl !lllu: Tnrtuslrlal! 1t;!,40f'l; mints Ptd Corp
~
Broad
7:oo 1
7 7
c oru011 1000 131':! IJ\1 m;
<;u~f Lud
Dlvld ..d Sharu
3.33 3.66 Met StOrti li!OO $i'4. 7~'1 7~4 -1 14
1
11 102 1
210 Ull~ 21'."J :!1\-l - 1 ~ and oil!: 30:1,400.
L SGyps
:9li ~~ lOS 15.\ , 15 c Mlc Mac 1300 240 %35 240 +18 Domlnloa l!:qully
t;unnu
17.13 IU3 Met Sl p
21M 59 ss•io sa11-"' distinn'ui,hcd sla«e and screen hoard l~unching :l!onday - '!
from the
Molton
240
$2'634
:!61~
2151
14
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4
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1r wool 1'
gla %40 2111 210
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Ft'derattd Growth
.~ 2~
5.73
5:
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ac.tor;;: ·are joi;ed ir. "The I third failure of an ad1·ame l ~
News
150 $26\~ !!6
26 -1
tTS Stul
Hard RM'l.
~100 II'> II'> 11 1>
D<>m• Pelt tl65 7,., 77l 17S
Firat 011 and Gaa
01 4.14 Molaon B
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100
$17
17
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+
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V;mad
H ol Lakn 10110
I
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21100
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6.06 6.59
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Fighters"
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z50 l12l'l 12\~ 12'.'3
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Hrt .o 250 ~40 2Sfl
Wall:ers
s:w !~ 23 l9 .,. 1 Ovnftmle
7~no 6S
tlil
155
Hud•a)'
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S.41 5.76 N St Car
130 $48'4 471-4 4i~1J- •1
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Fonds Collecltf C
6.52 7.08 Noranda
'" Harns, who has beeu called by
Prev1
,
Wt~th~
:000
4
4
I
Oynam
Ttl 1100110
''
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128$ 315 315 115
lU;h·lilt 1d ~1\1 :!OI Z01 :!04, -4
Group Inc.
3.77 ~.12 NS Lr
600 $18
17 3 4 18 + ~~ '
Wooi'Attl
1 ~<1 781 • 771>. 771·'- 11 Lee Strasber~ ( hearJ of the
Guest.
I
hi~ S~1 1 l ~\ 1 4 :''4
Fr Pete pr
Otl 405 380 405 +S
400 $:>1 :14 51
HoU1n;:tr
Grouped Income Accum.
9 91 6.32 O~Uv It
ZOO ~:. 23:; :t1:; -10 Home A
105 M5 950 950
J.SO 510
20
20
famous Actors Stud1'l in New
Music.
Growth 011 and Gao
8,01 8.12 Ont Stert
H""<:t
614 805 10.5 905 -15 ln\'tstora Growth fuad
107i $SS~ SS1'.1 .SS11- 1,.. }{nmt n
Hu~ Ra,·
1005 S1~lh 111i 12\-1: + ~~
6.9:t 7 52 Pac Pete
11)0~-C~BC News and
York)
"the
most
exctti•li.l
young
1
1
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2%5 SZ41 • 24'r".!: 14',1 - ~
1070 S78 z 71 71 - 1•~ H II 011 G 7110 St4 1)11 14 + 1-4 lnve•tors Mlltual
12.70 13.81 Pu:e llers
'r.ll:i--Hotm~ and Scht
lrbh .COp
~.00 1:!5 lll 1:!0
Juplltr
~ m 33! ~5 + 15
25 $51
S7
:i7 - 1/4
Krystone16.32 t7.6S Pow Corp
actor in BritJin." The Irish5:.00 ~ 24'1 26 +I Ll Pelo
1500 51'& 5\(, 51>
J Waatt
759 $"9t.1 4914, 49'l + ~'4.
Mutual Ac:cumulatlnl fund 8.91 9.74 Price B K.d
Today.
born Harris plays the role of
NE\\ YORK CLOSISG S'IOCKS
:ooo 70 ;o ;o • I L<>nc Point ISOO 1t1 39 40 +! Mutual rlneome fund
Jat"Clbus.
425 $H4. 7
71'4
5.60 fi. 12 QM Gu
,.t~>-I>ov'le Bulletin.
By The Anoc:lnted Prtu
Jr:lteor
;ooo ;
7 7 t 1 Mort1old
2000
5\' 51'1 W. + 1'1 N, American fund of Caa. 10.3.'1 11.29 Que Pow
120 IJ8
J.!l
38
devil-may.car~ side·
:Mitchum's
Nt"' York Stock Exehanre-Jaar. %8
Johurl.e
90 $46
46 ·16
·""" to•, w, 1011
Modal
mo 201 197 201 +1 Radl15011
4.10 1.16 Quo Phone
kick in ·'The Night Ftghters."
xd - Ex·dhidend, xr - Ex.ri~hll,
A:'IIERICAN' CLOSIN'G STOCKS
Jo!af'l
:zoo 2J ~~ ll 3
Mill Cll)'
!2GO 19 19 19
5000 S6~ 63t 6''
Roltnl Fund
Ut 5.40 Reed A E
BJ Tho AnoE::Iate-d J'reu
2l6G :9 ' 29
29
Nal Pelt
2000 272 270 272 -t
100 Sl?
17
11 - 1'4 >.w-Ex-warrnnts ~ct C:blnllt Is trom
Save and Iovest of Canida 1.91 6.46 Reitman
Jo,. ""'"
Amt~rlcan Stnck Exch;mJJc-unt 28
J\tn' lilr
1000
6
6
6 - '• N Coni
1500 21 21 21
Supervised Amor. Fund
7 90 7.98 Rollman A 100 $151> !51(, lS\1- ~· previous day's clos•.)
(xd Ex·d.i\'idcnd, xr - };x.n::hts.
1900 1950 ~o 950 -10 NCO wll
110 61
68
61
Roe AV C 1000 !o6
8
6 - \o
l\c:rr 'dd.
Suporvlaod Exec 55
44.SI
1 Set
Salf'l Ht&h Low Cltlst Ch.Jt xw-Ex-warrilntl. ~et tbangt is from
Klrk !!oltft
ls.J:.O R !II 62 -1 Norlhld
6000 !7
m> II -1 Suporviled Extc !II
Rolland A
700 S~o 9~ 9~
Slo<t
36.52
l200 57
55\.. 561,1 + % : pre\'JOU! da.y's close-.)
Rothman~
100 $14~1 H~ 14~1 - 1/'. ACF Ind
I\ OPAl
1.100 "'' 16
lih
Pae Pete
1767 Sl2'"' 12 11 121'1 + II> Supervised Exec 57
S.25
900 9714. 96
9Ho;. +2l.:~.l
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1024 S?~t,'l ?S
75\l
,\ddress
450 523'1 23 11 m,
I ramoll
48850 :14 51 U
Supervllod Exec 58
6.60 6.67 Royal Bk
l. D.Jfaull
1.94
Royalite
22:i
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10¥4
J;'
4
Allis
Cb
6200
25'~~
:.!5
25'~ + ~~
~toft
~blu H1h Low Close Ch''e
1000 43 U 42 -1 1 Perut• Oils 10:10 82 82 8% -5 Supervi.sl!'d: Growth Fund
1.92
2600 88~• 83~ 88!.i -1~ A.uacon
J400
~- 9-1&
;i
LO..
:cwJO 11: 1•''1'1 u~,- '"J PhUltps
500 •~
•s 4!\ +5 Supervised lnc:ome Funcl 4.41 4.45 StL Cern A 150 $131,-4 13V4 13\4 + ,_. ,\merada
9500 42
41!<.!J 4F'I + 'rf. Bell Phone
SOO 52~i 5B1 52Js _.. 3 4
Lamaqut
z? $23~4 23~.i. 23~f.
Am Can
100 Jll JJl JJl
Place
1500 42 10 42
x-TV Electronic
s.n 9.:10 StL Corp
5000
s~. 5
J•s _,.. 1 ~;
Latm .\m
Am Cyan 18100 4H' 43~~ 43~~- t, Brazil
~too 5t
51
~2
rondrr
2000 48
43
4R
Timed Investment Fund
6 10 6.59 SlL C A pr zlO $101 ~9\" 99\'J
TORO~lTO !CPJ The Tor·
17400 111~ 162 4 16--- + 1 " BA on
soo 3Q5" 30'4. JOl~- 1.~
3410 I~ ISS ISS -1 . Pruvo GIO 11~ 210 200 :102 -1 Unllod AocumuloUVI
1600 SIS\', !Sl-1 IBll - ll Am Mol
11.83 lM9 Salada.S
900 66'tl 66
[)6
+ ;.,. Br .\m Tbl50{) 9'h. 9 7·1fi
9 1 .~ + 1·11, onto stock market came back
l.tDC'OUft
5011
lh 11; 41>
Ran~or
500 !03 103 !OJ -6
Shaw 4 pr 121 SUI> 43\'s 431,> +I I ~m Sm•ll
z-U .s. lv.nds.
1.1. Lac
5900 1HR 14~• H 3i. - ' ' Dunk Hill
200 12
11!1 12 t 1 11
:100 195 ISO !Ill • I s 1ppb1re
4700 74 7l 73 + 1
Sicard
100 $7
7 7
~m SLd
12P.OO 118~,. ll1"H1 1171h + v, Burry BIJ
700 :!.5~1 25~'11 251 ~- ~ from its biggest drop on the inLondo
!'&oo 1!>9 15.! 15S .. 3
Secur Free 2000 380 375 380
Sicard 8 pr
725 St9t,t, 1914 19%- ~• Am Tel
~400
8H
as~ 4 87
+ ~f. CS Pete lJOO 2 11-16 2~~ 2 11-16 + 1-11> dustrial index in 10 months at Get into 'lu>inrss fast.
Loudo Y.h :::i!;ba 7J
67
i 1• ... 1 I South u
12000 10 to tn
Slmpsons
49~ $301• 29~ l!l 30 - 3 1 Am Tnb
:1:!:00 J7'~ .57 3 ~ :)7 1i - Y~ can ~tare
jOO
5,4 S12- :i 1 ~- 1s
1.~ ndtul
Southam
150 Sll
31
31
Ancnda
3500
8
8
8
J Spoontr
1000 10 10 l -1
the close of trading Tuesday.
Buildings go up fast. Save
1
l ...,\nX ,
1~00
75\~~; 75~" 75~- • .. Cht"Sebro
900 SIT~t 51
:i3h -1
JOOO
~
:,
~ ~ Tidal
1:30 6~
64
li5
I Steel Can
1236 S74
73 1 ~ 73'l- 1-l Armco SU
1
1
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1 SLelnbt
21)0() 601,, 5~P4 60V4 + 1-'l ~ Creole
1900 32~., JP• Jl'YI
At 2 p.m. the index sustained and money, yet get quality cv·•~W-~<;;.,n
A
38.5 $29~'3 29'"' 29 ;a ~ ,-:~ Armsl)!
i!%0t• JOl 300 3~ + s
Triad
on
1100 115 t7S 115 +10
\l.a<"doll
:won ~5 H-'11 15 + 3 s l crown CP 1100 111 171f.a ta - '-4. a drop of 5.94 to 585.19, biggest
:lOO !611 l&h 16'h- I> Un Oilo
11110 129 !25 127 +I
Tor Dom xd
~j $63''2 63\'i 63'h. -1 1 :.a Babcock
struction. Call or write to·
~lad if
500 J.l1i 33 1 '11 J3V..- 1 '- Dcv-Pal
3700 3 111 ·'" ~~~ -l~ 6
1100 3 3 3
Un Rorf
1037S 31 l11> JR +1
Steel en rt 11384 365 J6l1 360
Ball Ohio
)blantc
JOO 7~it 7·'~ 7~8 -l~tG since Sept. 16, 1960, when it rep·
5l!Oo 00 ;1 77 ' 5 W Cdn OG 2300 91 a8 aft
Tr Can PL zlJS $22\4 22
22
Beth Sleel 181300 42~ ·W'I 42'• + ~• I Dome Pit
MONTREAL
CLOSING
STOCKS
~tantn
20UIO 47
45 1 ~ 46
+H.. El Bond
1200 JZ
Jt3~ 32
..,.. H1
JJOO J9
l8
38 -l l W!!hurne
1000 48
41!1
411 - 1h:
Walk GIV
.102 $51!1 5!11, 51'>0 + li Botln~
117 The C•n.adtaa Prell
resentative industrials, closed i
,,.tl,mt
200
79S i9.) i95 .. U W Decalta
750 84
14
84 -1
1400 61
60':-'i 61 5 ~- ;o, UoUns:er
100 23trl 23~a 23~- 1'
Zt-lh~r
25 MO
40
40
Dordrn
Mo•'real Slott ExchaiLie-Jaae 21
1
1
I
~1a~brun
lmp Oil
TOO ~3
4:!'14 ·t.H:l- ~4 Tuesday at 51!6.50, down 4.63.
3000
i
6 '2 6•,:~- 1 \'an Can
15000
l
21,1 :1.~- ~-1
T Fin A
210 $53'i 53\0 53'10- ~i Bur' Wor 1600 41~ .U"' 4ll'- 'ra
IComplele
tabulation
of
Wednesday
\tclnt:- rr
:6~0 Sl6
l5 1 ~ 3l 3 f. - 3 •
BAND
14900 55~ Sn'i 5·Pt -'-" 3 4 Imp Tob
UOO UY.a J41ff. l~l..a- 14
CANADMS'
BrunliWk
transaetlona. Quotations ta centsun •
The
drop
was
brought
about
·
3 4 upittr
~h-KN
1300
UIVs
20
20~.
+
7!)0037-16
31
131!1
+3·Hi
~
15 1 ',1 151.',1 lSI, - •.: I Mon.t '
m M6Vl 68 &llh + ~ Ieos
Listf'd
Bucy
Erlt
11
marked $, •-Odd lol ad - Ex·
:'<1c \\at
7100 14 1-. 14
14 1• + 1 .. J, Shore
2200 10"'4 11}~. 10\.1- l4 by weakness in steels, banks
:t-.)00
~1
:H :!l .,.1 I r-:s
uo S7t'li! n·~ 11~1- 1,t dlvldend,
1000
2
2 2
Budd Co
xr-Ex-rl•ht1. xw - Ex.war Ameran
:\1~:n1or
6000 18:;" 1Bl,o1 18,, t Irs :\b!!:n)' F
1700 121'1 12~4. 12~ + h and food stocks, with refining
1.1:.00 6J foO 63
c Imp Bk C !071 $6712 66V.. 67<',- '' rants. Net ehaDit is from previous ,\ng: N fld
195 $9
~
9 - 1 ~ Burl Ind.
\tun\1
1100 2151._ :.!6
:.!6''4.
Moly
~
36
35~ 35·,
~totl ;s 73 71 -1 I Royal
1311 ST$11> 75 7$11>- 14 daY'• close.)
Ani Nlld
195 So
~
9 - 'i Can Dry
~tan Corp
ijl Sll 1 1 1!!'4 l.Z 3i
Tor·Dom
5U IU\1 631,-1 &31,\ -1\1
900 !91j, 19
19'>
Not Pot
5900 l2'd9·162l1·16 ~1-16 oils contributing to the general
AUa 1 Tel
41350 75 7S 75 +~ Calumtt
d-r'•
do••·)
\(ttl Cru lOtiO 12\i 121> 121;- 1 •
1100 27
2-l~i 24h
);'at Rub
1200 !!0
l9'r2 19h- a.4 decline.
JNDUITIIIALS
Not AUCUsluo
600 33 33 3l -2 CPR
Mt WriJa..t 10»5 N
2XIO
!l~A
9~1
9~•- 111 )l 1.1ne
2m 2~v, 24"- 2-l.lil - \-!
» 9l -3 Alumlnl
2111 t311\ 3.1 35\4- ~~ 8tMil
lain lll1h L&w Clon Cb'lt Batemaa
6000
8
R
1\
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1
1
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11000 19 16 II +J
Anllo Nfld
!2S PI> IV. 1\~
5500 38 • 37-'4 37T'I + 4. !'liplssint
100
1'" 1'\ 11• t1-1G
AbiUbl
HO S41Vf. <4.0~1. 4tt4
Beeuce
!000 45
45
415 -1
Cater Tr
Gildner's primary assignment
~ama cr
IISell 12\> 121~ 12\\
c Brow
m 141% 43 43\il- 11 Abll Pr
3300 :'!Bra 37 3- Jilf - 14. o Pr-n o
600 3.1
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9.1~Nfld. Soiree,
9.40-Salt Lake Choir
9'45-News
10.00-News Highlights
10.01-Drama.
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11.01-Paul Hershon's Music In
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12.00-News Highlights
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12.30-News
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1.00-News In a minute
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THURSDAY, lune 28th.
2.10-Dr, Chrlstlaa.
2.30-Chez Helene.
2.45-Nuraery School Time.
3.00-The Verdict Is foura.
3.30-Movle Matinee.
4.30-Muslc In Miniature,
5.00-lunlor Roundup,
6.00-Popeye Theatre.
UO-World of Sport.
6.40-Local News.
7.00-Alfred Hilchock
Presents.
'J.SO-Festlval of Stars.
1.00-Belleve It or Not
1.05-Dayton Allen Show.
8.15-Nallonal News.
1.31-Wratt Earp.
9.00-Tlghl Rope
9.30-Live a Borrowed'Life.
10.00--CUckmate
ll.OD-B11mer Circuit.
11.30-Wrestling.
12.30-Sports Calendar
U.35-Newa Headlines and
Weather
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PLAY CAN LOSE,
BUT CAN'T WIN
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BY oswALD JACOBY
The "nothing play'' is a play
that can lose, but can't win. It
is the exact opposite of thr
"100 per cent play" that can
win but can't lose.
West leads three rounds o[
],earls against South's four
spade contract. South ruffs the
third lead and if he wants to
try a nothing play he simply
runs off four trump leads ami
hopes that the clubs will break
or that whichever opponent
holds four clubs will have dis· I
carded one.
This isn't a real nothing play
because it can work; clubs
have been known to break 3·3. I
Also, there is no 100 per cent
play at South's disposal. but
he has a much better play than ,
the one just mentioned.
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South should draw lwo
rounds of trumps and then
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llolh wlnerable
l!iDulh Wen Norih Easl
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lead out his ace, king and
queen of clubs. The way the
cards lie, East who holds four
clubs and three trumps will
be unable to keep South from
ruffing out his last club and
making his contract.
If the clubs happened to
break 3-3 South would simply
pull the last trump. If the man
with two trumps held the four
clubs South would not have
been able to m~ke his contract
on any line of play.
CARD SENSE
Q-The bidding has been:
East
South
West
North
1 ¥
Pass
2 •
Pass
2 ¥
Pass
7
You, South, hold:
.K54
.AQ 10 642 "-Q7~
What do you do?
A-Bid two no-trump. Three
diamonds Is a close second
choice.
TODAY'S QUIISTION
Your partner rebids three
hearts over your two no-trump.
What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
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By HAL COCHRAN
It's hard to believe that space
has no limits when you watch
some people try to park a car
in an eight-foot space.
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you forget the trend of an in·
teresting story on TV.
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oody are said to be tho1e
It i1n't Jiving in harmony
(three in number) which are
located within the middle ear when a married couple sing
the blues together.
compartment.
• • •
Folks praise the radishes
Nine states had to accept they've grown at home and
the Constitution before It then get their tongue bitten .
could become effective. New
Hampahlre was ninth state to
Prof. Richard L. Howard of
ratifY Ia 1'118:
Columbus, Ohio, was · first to
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IT'S A HONEY Of A
LOAF
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OUR OWN BREAD
lEST BY TEST
The word "daisy" is derived
from the Anglo-Saxon term
and m•ns "day's eye," accord·
ing to the Encyclopedia Britannica.
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This is our wa~· of expressing our gratitude for your patronage.
FREE!
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For
Information:
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Armature I
Works , Radio, Television, Washers.
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38
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Electr'c
Ranges,
Bambrick
Floor Polis.~ers,
Street 1
Gramophones
Dial 7191·2
Public Address Syst< ms.
Tape Recorders
AND SEI. \'ICE'
MATERIALS R£o> AlllS5 LINES
DIAL 3001 to 3005
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and
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~IRS.
JOliN FACEY.
Resident Managerrss
m31 1\i
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room to su1t himself--and now
I always know where to find
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Agency Department
243 Water St.
Dial 2102
YOUR FRIGIDAIRE
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-·-----Fixtures, ~tc.
W.\REHOUSE: PRiNCE'S ST.
DIAL 5085
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94104, 94105, 94106, 94107, 94108 and 94109.
20ll - 5 LINES
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GRANO fALlS.
HflD. BREWERY 7541
IICf N!!llfO If '1111 l1.C,
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McCLARY
HAlLWAYS
Atlantic Region
C'onqructi.m of rt•inforrrd t•onerrl~
.11JUtnwnt~. ru•r-.. and df'ck; and rrectinn uf ~h·d h'nl't' pant-\<; in ron!ll'{'tion
-·------• GROCERS (Retail)
with
!ruetion of On•rpac;,o:; r(lr
Sl.
do''''''·
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On CALL AT OUR
RETAIL STOnE,
665 WATER STREET
~ RADIO-TV
REPAIRS
GREAT EASTERN OIL
COMPANY, Ltd.
REPAIRS TO RADIOS, TV
AND ALL ELECTRICAL
DIAL 3001 to 3005
APPLIANCES
lt•·''"""l
r:n,innr.
:\,t\Jon~l lt.dlw,t_\.,.
~lont•ton,
IJe rt't'l'i\l"l lip to '!:(jjl
~l;llu1;rrd 'I hnf', July lith.
v.m.
• Temperature controlled oven, with "fingertip"
control on back?;uard.
' "Mirror-bright" polished cooking top, inter-locked to. prevent odors escaping.
• Lighted oven with non-fog window.
~ Combination "Time-of-Day" electric clock and
four hour timer.
.WE. SERVICE WHAT WE SELL
.~- Down.· Plyment
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• Non-tip, f0ur position chrome oven rack.
• "Floatin~-in-F!ame" ~.ven allO\~~ perfect roasting
and bakmg wtth an all-round heat.
• ·Roo:q~y storage drawer . ' • opens silently on
nylon bearings.
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St:PI'LD![
T.\RY SOt:TH COAST
SERVICE
.,..- - - - - SER\'It
Train "The Canbou ·
St. John's 1:30 p.n; .
Thursday, June 29tn. "1!!
t•onnectwn at Port aux ·
WATER AT 1
with S.S. Cabot Strait on
('0~:'\El'TIU:>i
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Atlahlil'
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HegllllJr H:::JU a.m. lr.if.lll
S.S, BURGEO
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LABRADOR SER\lll
Burseo on 1~1
Labrador Service fe~r
·1.£-lrts to Goose .Bay
uom the Dock Coa>t•l
. 5:00 p.m. Wcunesda)'.
5th,
s.s.
SIMPSONS'~SEARS
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NOW FOR 3 DAYS 1QNLY
WED. FRI. SAT.
Save $3.00 for 3 minutes of your time.
BOYS' and GIRL'S BIKES
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$39-95. NOW............................ $36·95
Reg. $49·95. NOW ............ ,. ............ $416·95
WANl
Sten~
Must be expr
plan, Blue ·
hours 9 a.m.
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P.
in27,1f
FREIGHT NO
FREIGIIT S1', JOU~
CORNHt BROOK ~L'"'"Freight for
tbe
Brook ~crvice per S.S.
· lieu (replacing S.S .
. Ranger) will be a1-rrp1td
the Dock Coastal Shed
: Thursday and tomorrow
June 29th and June 301h,
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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SCHOOL,
1 Teach(
Salar\' at
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Apply
(All sizes available)
IN THE CARTON.
90% assembled.
You finish the job yourself and save $3.00.
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Chairman
Be
Jne27,29,30jly3,5
Reg.
REMEMBERThere's NO DOWN ·PAYMENT.
369 WATER ST.
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Help Kin
t'il:>i:'\ECTIO:>i SOl'TIJ
SEH\'ICE \'1.-\ AIH;.
Rc.~ular S.~LO a.m. tr;ur
ing St. .John's tomorrn·.~
CO:"i .'iEC'fiU:"\
BRUUh.·Lr, •HSI'UI!H
St.R\'ICE
~~~·:1nl .,r rPntr::~d.
Trndrrot v.ill nnt hfll .llrrrptf'rt, un!r~....
Tram
"Tile
Lanbuu'
~~~l~rnirtro
nn rnrm" <.urplirli
h.'· th"
St ..John's 1:30 p.m. ~at
naJ!wa~·. ~"(' in ilf'('nrrl.lll'lf', \'fifh il'l
~~ rurlinn .. lor l,.nrlrrinr;:. Thf' ln11 to~!. ,.,~
.tul) l;t, \nil make co~ .
~nr !('nr!Pr nrot ""f'f''~"nly ~('rf't'll,ri.
"' Corner llrook "1•1
n. v, 1:o~m;n,
·'Pringtlale lor regular
Ylrr. Prr.~irlrnt
Lewi!'porte.
:1-lonrt<m, :"1'.1!.
:O.f. JVH~':S.(;OR~tH
BROOK SER\'10.
Thf S.S. Baccalie'l 'r~;
in;: :, S. ;\orlhem lhn;~r
Ii1e St. John's-CornH B!
;,crl'il'(l will sail from Ji1' :
Coastal Wharf !'loon 'u' ·
. July 2nd.
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*PHONE 4041
Con""""
will
~B.
l~ltil.
Fawcetfbrightens your kitchen with these
' Exclusive Fawcett Syno-Matic Draft control . ,
saves up to 26% in fuel dollars.
Hun1.
Jrhti'UI'lllt:l';
for !t•JHJPnn~
Ul:l\" bt'
!lo('<'n ill lh·· olfll't' o( lhP Ht·~iUJl:ii En .. lllg ~l. John's J\lonua~.
J.:irwt'r, :'>III:Jdt•n. \ B .. m· tht' \rt'a Er1· ;in1, will ma~e l'OllBtd
i:lllt't'l', St . . lulm's, ~t'wfoundlant.l, 0U11l
plans ami .,Pl'l'ilil·ation-; r~nd c11 rm nf :\rgentia \.\'lln J\lotnr
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ron ral'l nuy IJt• obtai1wd on tht> rJepo~l· \\'e.st Uun Placentia Hay.
, trn;: nf :1. certificr1 c·ht•quf' mat!{' pay.
abl~ to lht> Tna-;urf'r, Canadian :'\'a!i()n;;J
. JlaiiW.l,\'.~ •.',Jom:ton, X.ll for ;m ..tmount
COli\
of swo.oo, whi('h "-'ill o,. rt'rundt•d on
lt1P return nf pl:~no;; ilnd "Pteitic,,tirm" in
~:o~1 ('(lnditinn "·ithin thirty day! ~ftrr
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• "Picture frame" chrome backguard of modern
styling with frosted glass light diffuser.
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1Coml>ined
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AVALON
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St. .John'-., :\l'\~ftlllnt11a.nd, ~ILir
Jt hn's Subdivi.,ion.
St•alt•d lt"Jdt·r m:tr~t·r1 on tht out-.itlt'
"Cor.fidenti;,!'',
.. Tt'ntlt'r for (hnp:.~.-.~
tPr :\t>t\ lto.Jrt. ~~- ,Juhn·-.. ~1'\\!tntntlbrlll" ::~nli uillrt"~'>Cd to .'llr. R. P Pud.
U.l~
FOR FAST IIO~!E
DELIVERY PHONE
Prescriptlom Pickup and
delivery nrvice.
PRONE 2206
('O ..
Bn:tll.
L.HEALEY
DRUG STORES
M. CONNORS Ltd.
\\'ilh
20 consolatim
Expert
CANADIAN NA TION'AL
1
CUSTOM DELUXE RANG~E
• Full length, fluorescent lighted backguard
22
day. June 30th. wrll mahe
nection at Argcntia with ·
llona\'Ista on South Coa,l
\'icc.
by
.\1.\'. TREP.\SSEY
.\lJTOMATIC
DOMINION
~OON FRID.H
DJSTIUBUTORS Ltd.
~LV. Trepassey or. rhe •"'ao.••n
426-430 WATER STREET
.John's·Lcwisporte Sen"'
PilOSE 6014
sail from the Dock
my23,1mth
\\'harf tomorrow Fnrl":·
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AUTO~IATIC
341 Duckworth ~t.
DIAL 80370 Ill' 1758
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Temple Bldg., P.O. "o:l lSI!, ~---------
EXCITING FEATURES
1S
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Residential and Commercial
SALES, 1:\'ST,\LLATIO!'i
SERVICE
WARM AIR CONDITIONING I
DIAL 4183
216 WATER ST.
REG.T.MORGAN
INSURANCE Ltd.
a./11
i!nn at Argrntia
; ice
LIMITED
Water Street
DIAL 2658 - 4123
MODEL SG102LT
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RESIDENTIAL
COMMERCIAL
JOB BROTHERS
& COMPANY, Ltd.
TOR.RID-OIL
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Never nzore econontical
. . . nzore stylish·
• • • • 1nore practical
DOORS
Ltd.
Cro5s Roads and Water Street
DIAL 3026
JUST ARRIVED New Shipntent
Fawcett Oil Ranges
21
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.June 30ih, will mali" · .
Electric Sabre Saws.
Portable Sanders and
Skill Saws.
Reasonable Ratea
HARRIS & IIISCOCK LTD.
General Hardware
Sporting Goods.
ERNEST
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4
14
5
3
6
1012
Ell Ht::\1 FRill.\\' .
TOOL RENTAL
IMPERIAL OIL BUILDING
OVERHEAD
a.. ~uiar s.:Jo
HARDWARE STORES
will be located in the
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LOW RATES
DIAL 5031
The Office Of The Company
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-F-IR-E-IN-S-UR_A_N_CE-!
ICROSBIE & co.,
Agents lor
I UNDERWRITERS
That effective June 30, 1961,
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Train '·The Caribr,:;· . ·
&~!. John', 1:30 p 11.
WATER STRI~E'f WEST
Thur>d.ly, June ~Ull1 ,, 1::
PIIONE 3011
t·onneclion at Port an:·.
· - - - - - - - - - - - · ' · with S.S. Jlar Ha1rn nr : ·
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ANNOUNCE
Ser~
11
PASSENGER
:C' ., Ltd•.
l1ateri•ls, Wire and
?.lotors, Starters,
I, Wirmg
Lamps, Switches, Lrghtinl
FISHERY PRODUCTS
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DEALER.
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him!''
HEAP & PARTNERS
l (NFLD.) Ltd.
FREE!
ELECTRICITl
is CHEAP in
ST ~OHN'S
• • •
\'l'r)' ,·ot>idcrale of ) ou lad)
·-hut e\'rr:: man >IHn1l<i hal'c
.. - - · - - ·some say ;ohout the rnmpu.<
":hea~ t(eliabiP fle(tr;C'
~room. A;,, should come in
In an .Around St
I and ask our ad\·ice on the !Tid·
1erials to tl>e and how to plan
it. llcfurc ;-ou huild or remodel
·
sec us.
BAiNE 'JOHNSTON
COMPANY, Ltd.
1 paint needs. Sparkling a
, specialty. Excellent work
guaranteed. Phone 6013L.
G. Crane.
lwk
KIN
Boy
WATER STREET
SH.o\ W ST. and TOPSAIL RD. •
ian26.1y
Fur all your Building
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Requirements call
.n~u:u:c::c.u:.:u.uun-..:·
: t·;~;-~u y~u-;--sparkling and
SLIVERS ~nd KNOT HOLES
GREAT EASTERN
OIL & IMPORT
CO., LTD.
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Quiet. Comfortable A.tmos·
w
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Stamps and get beautiful
Premiums.
• Cifts for hah,·, for III~! or liEn, linens,
blankets, ·bathroom equipment, cam<'ras. watches, docks, glassware, dinnrrwarP, silverwarl', electrkal appliances, a wide varictv of to\'S for chilt!rcn of all ages, kit~hen utensils, tele,·ision sets, radios, garden and sports
equipment, tools, tableware and a host
of other useful products for you and
\'O\IJ' friends.
YOL"
tall san·
BARNES ROAD
Situated tn the ~~earl
the City.
:AUTO PARTS (Whole)
369 WATER STREET
PHONE 4041
FREIGHT ~:m·T.,.llrl1ti'
LABRADOR
. Freight for Southern
' dor Service per S.S.
will be accepted 1t the
Coastal Shed Monday,
3rd, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 .
Tuesday, July 4th, 11:00
Noon.
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KINSMEN
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Boys Club
Newspaper BINGO
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AFTEF'IOON BRIDGE and
LAUIES PARTIES
WELCOME.
CATERING TO PARTIES
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GANDER . . ... 12.45 p.m.
GHAND J.'ALLS 3.15 p.m.
GRAND FALLS 6.00 p.m.
GANDER
Gander·Glcnwood
Gandcr·Junction .
Gander·Bishop's Falls
Gander·Norris Arm .
(Return 3.50)
Gander.Grand Falls .
(Return 5.00)
68
Grand FaJJs.,lunction 2.00
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For further
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AUTO SUPPLIES
SPORTS EQUIP.
TOOLS
AJ'PLIANCES
TOP QUALITY
I Easy Credit Terms.
Grand Falls·Glenwood
2.50 (3.50 return)
Grand-Falls·Gander .... !.00
( 5.00 return)
rates:
CALL SKYWAYS BUS SERVICE 8-3000
GANDER
H~a.,'!!~~~~~~
PHONE 6127
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Dr. C. A.·
Morris
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Expert
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has resumed practice
AliOMATIC
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J. K. LACEY, Resident Manager, &
J. J. LACEY INS. Ltd. (Associate Agency)
-r R\ 10.
WANTED
Sunday Afternoon
Immediately
For a Special Announcement
Neil Kelland's
B.A. Service Station
Stenographer
Waldegrave and George Sts
Group Insurance
Blue Cross Insurance. Working
ours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays off.
CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN
IF CHAFE MAKES THE CLOTHES.
Wm. L. CHAFE
TAILOR
4 HOLDSWORTH ST.
ST. JOHN'S
SJMPSONS SEARS
tan,
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Apply immediately
P.O. BOX E5369.
HAVING STARTING PROBLEMS?
in2i.tf
Prompt Delivery
• 8TOV£ OIL
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• '·' J(lth,
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• 80FT COAL
Offer Good Friday and Saturday
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Nlkl. .Armature Works :Ltd.
~ST.
DIAL 7191 • 7192
Our materlala · the finest.
OUr rates
lowest.
the
CAPITOL
BUILDERS
Job Street
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FOR SALE
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A}.fHERST HEIGHTS
Included in sale: Electric
1 Range and Refrigerator.
Interested· parties write I
or wire
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Baie Verte, White Bav
jn27,28,29,30
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WANTED
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e Some sales expe;·iencc preferred.
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\\'illing to travel.
;-;o bulh samples to earn· :\ll li!·:cs
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369 WATER STREET . PHONE 0 4041
EX·SER\'IL'G~IE:\.
APPLICATION should be made. wilhout •k· '.
lay, to the Canadian Lc:inn. :\ewfnunclland l'ro· ~-··
vincial Command, W"tcr Street.
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WHILE WE RECHARGE YOURs·
SUPER SERVICE STATION
OF DECEASED
Gr·aham W. Mercer
An Experienced Packing
House Salesman for St.\
John's trade. Apply
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NEWFOUNDLAND
BROKERAGE LTD.,
St. John's
A limited number of ticket> of admi,siou to
the Ceremony at the \\'Jr ~1cmorial on Sli.:-ID.\ Y,
JULY 2nd, arc a1·ailalJle lo: THE :\EXT·Of·KI.'< ·. ·
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FREE BATTERY LOAN
GeneraJ· Contraeton ·
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REMODEL, ADD-AROOM, MODERNIZE
REPAIR?
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MODERN
OFFICE SPACE
2, 3 or 5 Rooms.
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FOR RENT
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DATING EQUIPMENT.
FOR ~IILLERTOWN AMALGAMATED
SCHOOL, INTERMEDIATE ROOM,
l Teacher, male preferred.
Salary augment~d by Board~
Apply stating experience and
qualifications to
Chairman, Amalgamated School
Board, Millertown.
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Provincial Secretary.
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• FVBNACB OD.
• BAitD COAL
WANTED-
W. lt.
In good condition. Can;
if required. !
PHONE 7035
211 WATER STREET
PHONE 8291
Open for Gas 24 hours A Day
jn9,1mth
~lust be experienced.
Pcrmi"iun h"s bcl'll ~r~<~lled for llle u>c of
the S?·nod Hall and. Gu~nlian Println~ Bu!~ding,
( Kmg·.\ 13<·"eh). lor tne t>l'!nery ol '.\'rea\ hi for
Sundar's ~lcmunal Senirr. \\'ill ~•ll those rJe,iruus
of haYir.•,c 1\Tca<h, plaeH •Ill tlw Sr·r~c;mt;' ~lcm·
orial, plcJsc ~end them to the :,;) 1:od lloll. and
those for the ~ational War ~lcnumal to th,. Guard.
ian Printing Buiding, on SATL'RDA Y, JCL 't' Is',
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MEMORIAL CEREMONY
MAINLAND CAR. Showroom
condition. Radio, power
I steering, 8 cylinder. Ex·
cellent tires. 51595.00 to·
day only, Phone Newfound·
land Hotel-R. JORDEN,
Room 417.
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Cottagaire ... . . ... $75.9~ nnd $91.80
(All above with Steel Poles and Peg; 1
Hikers' Tents from ..................... $6:25
Air Mattresses . . ... . .......... . . $;i.95
Slecpmg Bags from ..... ..
$8.9:i
Life Jackets, Kapok and Foam
(All Government Approl'ed)
You probably need ADDITIONAL fire insurance. Is your AUTO Insurance adequate ?
Do you have BURGLARY /THEFT insurance?
We will gladly talk over your insurance program with you. No obligation of course.
Why not call us to-dav.
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PHONE 49l'J
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Sunday Aug. 13th
(1959 Plymouth Sedan)
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assured of prompt, effie!·
cnt. sanitary service. No
waiting problem: 24 New
Gower Street opposite Ade·
laide Motors, Ltd.
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used footwear or all kinds,
comics, magazines, pocket
novels. John D. Snow, D
~ ew Gower Street.
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· chines, Sewing Machines,
Eltctrical Kettles, Irons,
Polishers etc., repaired at
reasonable rates. Ron Chafe
116 Bond Street, Tel. 49073.
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USED CARS
x 9 Tourist . . . ....... .... .. . . S~:i. IIIJ
x 9 Tourist Deluxe .......... $37 .8U
9 x 12 Deluxe "Bustlcback"
CARD
Help Kin - Help Kiddies
TENTS
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LECKIE
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2'' l\>nsolation prizes for the letter "L"
(ST. JOHN'S EAST)
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Pozonnan Concrete Addi·
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Multiwall bags 500 bs.,
'2.80. Silica white mineral
sand multiwall bags 100 bs.
:;;2.30.-G. J. Shortall I< Co.
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l;(cnwnod·Grand Falls 2.50
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2.50 ,
2.00 ' (;lcnwood·Bishop's
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Arm
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FI.AT ROCK
Sturdy and of high quality,
10 to 12 inches. Ready lor
outdoor planting. Phone 91635.
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GRAND FALLS 10.45 a.m.
G/,NDER .... 1.30 p.m.
Winner of the Canadi~n
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1961.
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Movies Sundays 9:15
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GANDER ...... 9.00 a.m.
GRAND FALLS 11.00 a.m.
(to make connection with
TCA 701 fr om St. John's
to Montrea1).
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CEREMONY
Disabled Ex-servicemen who
wish for transportation to and
from the National War Mem·
orial Sunday, July 2nd, shauld
make application to the Cant·
dian Legion, Newfoundland
Command, Water Street.
w. R. MARTIN,
Provincial Secretary•
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$188·88
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TilE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOH~'S, :\FLD., THL'RSDAY, JC\E 29, l%1
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Just Arrived
Carden Tools
Lawn Shears
Garden Whcclharrows
$SD.98
Pick up Carts,
$H50
2 wheels
Lawn Rollers
MOLASSES
FANCY • • • TIERCES
FANCY • • • • PINTS,
QUARTS & GAlLONS
f.HOICE • • • • BARRELS
& TIERCES
CHOiC! • • • • PINTS & GALLONS
$8.50, $14.95, $18.30
LONG \NEEKEND
DRAGON JN THE
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lion with hrr motlll'r. ~11·,. · Oli\ c·r Staller
• Luui:;a Baird of M .Junction \Ill,:\ J~
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COMING UP
KHK\lLl~
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. $.5.2.5
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TH.LlLY El\LILY POST 1
Spnt\'et'S
· Edwin Post . .. .. 5.SO ·•
Dusters.
TilE OLD \lA~·s BOY i
CHOWS OLDEl\
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Carlos P. 1\onl\llo 3.30
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AHTISTS
SEED CO., LTD.,
:\!dons 1llL\k1·
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410 WATER STREET.
11 E.\U:TI\IE l'sl':~ OF
Phone 432~. St. .John's
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\Accident-Free
·Eight Years
Year Ended
PrGces
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TOOTON'S
The Booksellers
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Lr.•t 1·isit Tllt'\DEHBALL
l.c·on l'ris
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20 )'('ill'S.
Off for a two months eruihc · Jan Fleming
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are Bel'. A. ,J. ami ~Irs. Barrrll 0\E FOH \IY D:\\1 E
1 of i\lemorial Unitrrl Church.
1~\l'l·:ln 1'110'1'0 i-'1\I~IILI\S
(Jl'.\l.ITY Ul\Tf\OL
' :llr. and ;\Irs. Bat'fctl lem·rs
!aek \VC'hh
8.:23
:f.\111\HOH Cl.i':i\1\ I'HI\TS
. today tor Gander. where they 1 i.0\'1~ YOF J!O\EY,
will fly jet flight 1150 to Lon- lH.'T TilE S£:\SO\'S
. don. From there tlwy will \'isit ()\'EH
' the \'arious Capitols or Europe.
4.30.
I Thry plan to arril'r hack in
C:otltlie Clausell
: Grand Falls August 27th.
Mrs. 1'. Byrne and .\lr~. Ann
DISTRIBUTORS FOR KODAK IN NEWFOUNDLAND
BHIGUS-The marriage of Connors with their familir:;.
Eileen Thistle, daughter of ~lr. motored to Harbour Gt•at·c ol'er
BELL ISLAND ( Sta(f) and l\lr.~. Patrick Thi~llc of the wechnd whrrc thry will
T'ur.<uant to !'rrtion 91:!1 of
spend a short holiday.
Spin 442~ or 2008 or 3191
The :'\omenrlature Board Art. Emplnycl's in the Electrical . Fogo, to Thomas, son of .\lr.
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the
way
!Jack.
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I h~ .\rl Xumht•r 13 of 1959. Department of Dosro's Wabana • and l\"lrs. Patrick \\'alsh of
nors will lw picking up her
LED EXI'EntTIO:\'
nouc·r '' hrreh)· ;:il'l'n that two .\lines hal'e workccl 8 successive Cupids took place Saturday daughter Ruth at St. John's.
\'ears
w;thout
a
lost
time
acci·
llllOl'lling
June
24,
with
Nuptial
,John \\'l'slt•y Pnwl'll was lht•
month~ from tht• <Ia\~ la•rpof.
who has spent the past wintrr
Ht> Honour tilt' Lirulrnant· (lent. A total of 800,000 man ' l\lass, at the Roman Cat hoi it· tlwre. studying at the Holy first man to traver:;e the (;rand
(';,tll'llll of the Colorado Hil'l'l'.
I ;01 rrnor m l'ntliH'il proposrs hours hai'C been worked dur· . Church in Brigus. Dr ..Jonrs
Hearl of ~lercy Sehool.
1\r TilE ('.\~AlitA~ !'HESS
, officiating.
lt•aclin~ the fir:;t expt·dilion
I•> ;;11 ~ tlw namr "Lahraclor ing that period.
c:u:aclian
Fnncl f'rnthtel> Lid.,
It is thought that these em· ' The bride entered the 1·hureh
dt•wn the :;I ream in I Rli9.
!'tt~ .. to thr ~lunil'tpality in·
rna)'
have
established
to
the
strains
of
Lohcngrin.
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p!oyces
VER TALKS
rnrpnratrd undrr tlw pro\·isions
."1~1: 1~160. net lo...:;-; Sl !li.:;!l.i.
safety
record.
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Mtss
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Thr Loc·a! lmpro\·emrnt
Director R. ~
Sht'I'Jl Crrl'l< \litH•s Ltd., ~..,.,,.
(;rncral .\tanager W..J. Sou· :Barry. She was given 111 mar·
fir:;t tinw in thi' ct'nlury. ts
ll1>l ra I or Lahrador City I :'\o.
, June 2fi.tha
endPrl }.Ia~· :)1: l!llil. ~4::7.:!08. ~:l
.-~ap1t0.
1 growing wood ra<tt•r than il "
1 • llnlrr. !!161. thr boundaries they presented earh employee riag~ by h~r brothcr-in·law.
a
leader
of the
being remo1·cd from lot·csh h~· t'l'lll' a sltarr: l!liiO, !3:l!l'i.lill0. 211
o: .,, hwh ~rr dc!'l'rihcd in the with a l'igarctle lighter bear· . Kcvm Kcaltng. She looked
(.'{'Ill ....
for a two-\
in~ a ;'\rid. Seal.
! charming in a gown or chan·
!wrw:,;l. di.<!'a<t'!'. ill.•t•ds and
~. hrdulr hen•tn.
Ilir;un \\'allil'r · (;undel'ilalll
The presentations were macle : lilly lace. and nylon tulle Ol'cr
, fire. aecorclinQ to ~ >UJ'I't.')'.
)1\'I.ES )lt'l!R,\Y,
:llld \\'oris Ltd.. :1 n:o.'. l'!Hied
during a spceial function at the : sati~, with a shoulder veil. She
"in istrr of
'la\· :ll. l!tlil. S!a.ti:27.!LJ3. :!.11) a
camed pmk and whtte car·
J'ro\ itU"ial ,\ffairs. , Canadian Legion Club.
i ~llll.rl': I!HiO, S17.:l!i7,71;1, :::.:!.0~.
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nations. Her attendants were . "RE,\Cll l'OR TilE SK\"'
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Mrs. Samuel Lamont and !.Irs. 1 WITH KE:\':"iETH ~101m
L \CK F.\fiLITI ES
,\).!. 1'11.\T pict·r or pan·cl
Ke\·in Keatin~. sisters of the I
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1\E<d:'\.\ ,(,')'1 - \\'. ,I .\ n·
''I'll fix thal
~: land situalr and lwm~ at
;!room, wore blue gowns and 1 As thr Battle of Britain eon·
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rkr>nn. relirin;! pre,,idcnt of the
).11tk 1\'ahu;h Lake.
in the
HARIIOI:H GRAn:-~tr. F. ! matchin~ head bands and l'ar· ' titHtcs, fresh promotion comes
.\~rict:llure Institute nf ('an::d:J.
Fir•·;oral lli>trict ol Labrador· .Janrs who had bern visiting : ried while. carnations.
I t• Bader. Then-ncar tragedy.
s;1id
:llond;ll· C:mada lild;s f:lc·
;\net h. 111 thr Prn\'lncc ol Xcw· Gander, returned home on Sal· 1 ,\lessrs. Haymond and William . lie is shot down over France.
ilitirs to ca.tT)' its sl1arc of tl•r
tt•~\!Hiland, Canada. abutted and ' tll'!iay and was accompanied by Walsh, brothers of the groom i His life is again miraculously
trninin~ of forei~n ~:udt\nb in
bnundrd a~ follows. that is to her daughter Joyce, who will atte~ded him. Carmel Fauch of: saved As his h!azin~ aircraft
a~ricttl:ctre. In hi> prcsidenlial
,:1~. h)· a hnc commencing at spend her \·acation at her home Cuptds and Maureen Leamon : plunges dini!y to earth. Bader :
addrr.s:,; to the institute's annual
a p:·.nt m the northeast boun· ht>re.
of Buchans m~de lovely flower finds himself trapped by his !
eonn•ntinn hr ~u~;~c~tcd the ind~,.... ltnc of the within descrih·
gn·ls, dressed m yellow.
· Ie~:s ... the 'tin legs' that hal'c
.sliltllt' "should be prrp;,red to
ctl · p1crr or pan·el of. land
~laster William Trtford went
.The ,reception was held at meant so mueh to him. He un·
recon:n:end and infil1c'l!Cc tl:r•
,,,o point hcin~ dtstant se\'en to St. John's on Saturday, to . lilckey s Hole~ m Holyrood, straps them. is freed - and
t!r~elo:lmet:t o[
bei!ilir.s ro:·
httntii<'d and nim•ty·two dcci· \'bit his grandparents.
wher~ a dehcwus · lunch was bales out a lire, but straight into ·
I his imnort ;ml purptN'."
MacCO!{MAC'S
mal 1t1e li92.51 fcl'l mrasur·
serred to O\'er eighty guests. German h"'lrl~.
up a ;.:u~·,, accidrnt r.itu:\tir-r:.
ed 1•11 a t·ourse South threP . ~lr. and ~Irs. William Tapp,
The bride wore 8 lime dress
In captiril)', Bader's eool
!'0:'\TO\'l'E ~TP.IKE
... ' '." )•:: lf't)lTJf'l" :~n:ltJJlrd .. v:llat llomf'r ~hould ha•;l-"
GEAR STI\EFT
tll·~rec:,;. tifly·nine (591 (:andt't', and thctr dau~hlers with white accessories fur going courage and IJrci'ZY gallantry
LO:\DO:\ t Hcuters' - Snmt· :\lv;t;~:·
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p:·,-·(< .• ,-. ll~•l)•;"llt ·,rlJ•":l it
'.\";[.,<:: fiX his f'~"('~ Ofl th~ Pd;~
minutt" East Jrnm a conen·t~ (,Jen~·s. spent l\londay Wtth lllr. i away, The honeymoon will be earn the respect of his foes. lie
:!,11110 wildcat sl"iket·s \)o:111:t::
RECEIYI:"'G IHFH'E,
":! 1 u:d ]!:' r it.~ rr::~~::·:t:n~ , ,·:",·r·..
thr ro:td to hi~ ri~ht, thu~ ;:·. : ·
l;rpl IO,OcO llrir bh ;HIIomo'1ik
nwnunwnt known a' South Pin \app s. mother. Mrs. 1\I. Tapp. spent at the Ken mount Hotel in lrie:; a;:ain and again tu rseapi•.
in_g r>~o.::.t of tlw gtal'P rt ·,i ...:
1 AllEI.MDE O>'fRITT
"·or'-:PJ':-; out of .:oh;-; ;•nd ti~r:'~·t · li•Jil'.l"l' t ;rr:"d n~t 11:.::. hl"i~h:.-·.
b(in~ tht• >Outhern extremity 1 he 1 apps motored r.rom .Gan· St. .John's, after which lhel' will On~c he sHeeeL•rl:,;-temporarily.
h:L\·inl( :!. ~t•'f'l'ifll!' gU:liP f•' fl':
t'l't'd Iht' i"yoll nt 411.01111 nl hr, ri~:ht in the o·.iJr•r rlri·.-, .•. ·.~ f:l<"''.
of.·a lta,c·ltne nwasured by tlw lil'r I~ all!•nd the ,Tcnkms·Bts~op lake up residence in Cuplds.
With the m·w legs paraehllil'd
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Dial
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Iron Ore Compan)' nf Canada; wrddmg at St. John's whtch
to hini h)' the H.A.F., Hadt•r
\rht'll tlJp~· \ otr.\d \0 COfllilll:t'
Th(' , . r.·!'t "- :l.~ ,,.Ill"" ~h~-.r1
llwir '.l'illkoul. Tilt• .,, ;dl;out iH·- J.lonwr :.~:n::-:i1wd f.,•·. T;F' nti1r·r·
thence runnin~ :"'urth tlurty· took plac~ on Tuesday nighl.
pro1·cs almost as mueh a
JllltTIIS
e•~h\ 1:181 cie~;rt•!·s, eight (8)
i nuisnnre to the Germans as l1e
:.!an two WL'l'l\s CJ;,:o to h::ek ; driYcr. hl;rd··d h)· thf' fi:·rr'-1iil, ·
demancl fur hi~lwr P"!' het':llH' lcBt conltP) o! his e::t and l""- 1
nunutcs we,t. four thousand
~lr. and !\Irs. W. Lahey or
was in the sky. lie is transfer·
rtrP ~l't"t
the !·apid arlr;.nH.:r in i·!po:·tron111 c hundred and ntnety·ninc Gander. who arc spending a \'3·
red to the grim. lorbiddin:: and
Born
to
.Jamt•>
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~[t-(;rath.
with
t~··" :--hr
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.:Mr. and i\lrs. Gordon Rahhitls . t~!'eapc·proof Colditz Castle i(·:-:: !1:1 .. madt> !he Londnn wor:;.
I o. T. B., pat'd a b ne
detimal nine right 14.599.98) ra Iton
~1.1' .. and ~lar~arel lllC'~ Smart1
arm~:. nn:i·
\)0\Tin·:.\!.
1(')'t
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Tt:to t:J-:S!TED
feet to a puint designated as l'isit to Harbour Grace on Mon· are spending a few days in . but e\'cn there his desire f01
et·.< job.., morr con:piie;~tcd.
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B;rh:rma~
'.\ P - dJ,pntr het1rren Trans . ('; n:•
Post :'\o. 3 of Blotk Xu. 22·6; · day.
St. John's. where lllr. Rabhitts freedom per:,;ists and hr is lor· at St. ~lar~·'s !lospilal. ~lonlr<"al
on .Jutw 27tll, a baby .~irl. 9 lbs.
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receive
some
mcdieal
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I~CI\EASE
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thence turntnG and running
er•·r planning new methods ol
reporter! hem~ ,: rr
4 0\llll'CS,
rron:.·n
and
tHo
promill(':tt
\il~­ I.inr Fli~hl .\ttcnd~nts' ,\,,•J.
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Wc~t crossing the waters of
Mr. and ~Irs. Arthur Proucl· treatment.
escape.
ation
w;1s
dbcu>s~d
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TheMurphv
family arc
o£ ,v,. r. rcsJdcn
an.d ~Irs...
When the war in Europe
Bc.\·crlr: Lake. two thousand foul aml sons Bell Island, spent ' Bltss
CA!ll·:W- ~lr. and ~Irs. Sian nou;-;c or Tieprc:-;cntatire=- \"otrd \Iontl;,) cftc>r rlriflin~ in a .small l'l'prt''C'!ll al ires or both
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and rl•1cn
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six
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at
their
summer
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liberation
finds
Bader's
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t owan . spirit as truacious as c1·cr. )Jicasl'd to announce the hirll• poran· incl'l<J~c in the Jl<tlion;t1 ouiiiO:~rcl moltrhoat 111 llf'ary nl a clo>rd merlin~. .\ Tl'
• to a point dc,i,onatcd as home at Shcarstown, as die! also · 111
r eJr rat er a
~·1 holll'~. ~poke."nw1, .c-ai1l :1 ~reond mrt·
Thankfull.v, he returns home or a son on T ucst 1ay, .June z~lit1 debt iimit. The il~i:daliiJll 1•·oulr' ~...r~~~ for mor<' th;tn
l'o•t
• :"'o. 4 of Block ;'\o. 22·6,· ~lr. and .\Irs. W. A. Oke and . 'arm.
Tl B .
K .tt . ~I 1.11 1
Tlw~·
h:~d
d<~\'l' 1 1·(Jt'd
!'ll:.!i'-t' in~ ha:,; her.n called for \\'c,[,,,,·
:;et
ll1c
ceilin::
at
S:!~'B.noo.oort
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thence South flfiY·three (53) )lr. ~1. 'fapp.
i closed
w for
ngus
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tas ' to England-and to Thelma. ;tt St. Clare·, ~lcrry Il'ospital.
summer
holtdays
trouble
<1ntl
drilled
through
tltt• (by in la>l minute cir n:" •
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' · :But the war in the Far East is ---·- ---- - - - - 001! and nwl;c sure the treasury
degrees, twenty-two (22) mtn·
;11oid a :;lrikr.
ni:~i:l.
c:m pay it> loill' next ll'eek.
u.es \\'est. lour tholjsaml four
not over and Bader is
DEATHS
hundred and forty-two ( 4.442.0) ·
I r!ctermincd to have a 'last flin~'
feet to a point desi~natcd as'
VACCINE FOR TURKEY
I at battle.
.
TAHRANT _ Pa;,ct\ away on
P:lst :"'o. 5 of Block No. 22·6; . H~RBOUR GRACE.- !he 1 TORONTO ICP 1-A carton of\ The Far East war ends before' .Tunc 27th, Emma. widow of the
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thence West se\'en hundred . pubhc school exanunaltons · 2,000 doses of oral polio vaccine, Bader gets his chance. The · late Michael Tarrant of Lawn.
and twenty (720.0) feet to a whtch commenced ?n Saturday was flown I? .Turkey Tuesday i world is at peace again. And P.B., !raving to mourn one ~is·
point designated as Post No. 6 : .June 24th. arc takmg pla,ce at for flood . vtct~ms. there. T~1e for Bader, peaee·time brings a , tcr, ~Irs. Gertrude .\Iiles of
ol Block No. 22-6 and being i three centres at Har~our Grace. f~1r of eptdemtcs m some dts· special victory. He has respond· : Frenchman's Core.
Funeral I
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Sill: :"'o. 12 of the Townsite At tl~e Central Ht~h School. !nets affected .by recen~ floods I ed to the ehnllenge of life as : Mass, Friday morning at 10 a.m. i
triversc; thence turninl: and (~nghcan_) the candtda.tcs are , prompted Tu.rki~h Red CresceJ.lt no·one thought possible. lit• Corpus Christi Church. Kilbride.
rUIIning South two 121 degrees, as fulows. Grade IX, 49, Grade ! !the countetpmt of th~ Red· has come through triumphantly
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rDtt>··fh·e i-15 minutes East. :X, 32; Grade XI, 30; a total of Cross m Mo~lem countncs) lo [ -nnd set a new example.
HOW£ - Passed aw~y on •
c~lng the waters ol Tanta
I seck \'a~ c 1 n e s and drugs; gi\'en new hope, to the thou· June 27th in her B3rd. year. i
St. J~seph s, RJver.head, (,rade I through, ~ ~ Lcngue of Red sands of war-disabled ex·sen·icc· . .luha ::m~l' Howe: Widow ol t.hc
aJt· Quartzite Lakes. a distance
1
ocftbrce thousand one hundred' IX, 17, Grade X, 9, and Grade Cross Socteltes.
men throughout the world.
I late
Gosker Rolle. She !ea\es,
a!ld. sixty·cight decimal three : XI. S; a t~lal of 31.
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On September 15th, l!l45, : to mourn .. four sons. Allan. ]l[or>:!WCn (3.168.37) feel to a· Presentalton Co11vent: Grade
CE1.EBRATE BIRTIIDAY
three hundred aircraft make a · ley, ~laeJ,enzte and ~lch·m. all
point desi~nsted as Sta. :\o. IX, 20 ; Grade X. 17 ; Grade XI · \'1:'>/EYARD I!AVr.:-1 :0.1
triumphant ceremonial fligh( at St. .John's; two daughters.
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• IAPI-He!en Keller, famous hu·' over London. At their head is 1• I\'Y ("I
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der;rcc5 lift)··five t 55 minutes
Supc;vcsmg at the Central manitarian, author and
lee· ' a lone Spitfire-veteran of \he · ,thy Dlrs. 'larry Drover at I
J·: •• t. two thousand lour hun· ll~gh. School arc Mr.. Charles tm·ct·-cleal and blind since she : Battle of Britain. It is pilo{ed · Clarcnnllr. Also lh~·ce brothers i
cired and three decimal eight Hllhcr .. ~ltss :.1. 1\lorrtssey and ·was 19 months o!d-ohserl'ed ! by Group Captain.· Douglas • and three SJSlers. I·unrral WJI.l
1'1iet3.ill feet to a point des· illr Kevm Ash.
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. her ijlst birthday Tuesday. at· Bader C.B.E. D.S.O .. D.F.C.- ·lake place from her air re!'lRegina. a Pr:•i
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1;1h1ted
as Sta.· No. 14 on the .· illrs
.· · Ra)·mond
. , l'c!!cy .ts sttper·
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the ·summer
home of ·actress:: the hero
who' was determined dell"-c 10 ('tt)'
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north hank or shore of Harris \tstng at the 1 rcsentalton Con· Katharine Cornell, a longtime that nothing should quench his. day, June 29lh at 2·30 p.m. In·
to hard·ltil fat
!..like; thence turning and run· . l'cnt a 1,1 ~ ,Mr. Frank Parsons, friend.
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gallant spirit ... the man who i lermcnt at .\lount Pleasant
mav reach an
of SsO,OOO,OOO to
niq by and along the sinuosi· 1· RBrycannt ns Cllovye ~~ Rtvcrh~a.d. Mrt.
reached for the sky and made it Cemetery.
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western grain
tiel. o t e nort
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or · the Com· nt nt , t C b
h1s emptre.
payment
woul•
shOre of Harrie Lale, afore·
e ce rc a ar on· YOU Ail
higher
than
II
ASPHALT
Paving-Dustlavcr-PrinH'I',
etc.
said, at Highwater, in a gen· ear.
in
the
three
Pr
eril southeasterly direction to
Totals are: Grade 9, 86; Grade
llNTREATED ami CREOSOTED
'· · d
ed
10, 58; Grade 11, 40; Commer·
last year and <J
a IJOilll esignat
as Sta. No. cia!, 12. Candidates total 196.
POLES
WHARF PILING
the record of $33,C
24 :on the north bank or shore
crop
POWER Lll\'E POLES
of Little Wabush Lake: thence
Archaeologists have discover.
REASONABLE RATES
TIES
IIIGH\VAY GUARD RAILS
•laq the centre line of Li(tle ed evidence of- nine cities on
wj;ush Like to a point In
GUARANTEED WORK
Tl~IBERS
thc:-·south shore of the Nar· the site of ancient Troy, with
the oldest of these probably
roWI aeparaung Little Wabush dating back to about 3000 B.C.
ALL GUARANTEED BY
PHONE
Sunny. becomin!
Utd Wabusb Lake and - · - - - - - - · · - afternoon
lted as ·Post No. 1 of and thirty-nine decimal five
today
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22-~0;
tbence turning (439.11) feet to a· point desig·
runrun1 North one (1) nated as Post No. 3; and. thence
Temperatu
fifty-five (115) minutes North thirty-eight (38) degrees,
one thousand six hWidred eight (8) minutes West, nine
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1ixty-nine decimal zero hundred (900.0) feet, more or
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395 HAMILTON AVE.
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