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·THE DAILY NEWS
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OSCAR WILDE
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Charles Hutton & Sons
(Price 5 cenls)
ST, JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1955
Vol. 62, No. 230
PRESENTS
16 PAGES
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Mendes-Franc.e Bids
To Return To Power
Early
Mountbatten Tells Of. Election
iScheme To Build Hu~ells Called
Airpo,rts In Nfld.
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member council its fir~t report oni H'\UFAX Ie p) _ The [rulII 1.79:; applicants, Adjusters: Iblry, a director, held "tilt losses
External Affairs lIlims\cr Pe~r'I'
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wlllced this figure 10 $\,190,000,1 were not sO rxtcnsivc ,,~ to be
son's recent talks .with Russian, NO\'a S~otJan go\'crnmcntElimination of dainis for fruit; considered of di;3ster pll/portion!
leaders during his Visit te Russia. will paY about S350,000 to- \ orchard>, ornnmcntal Irecs, tel· i cntitling assistance from thal
Pearson, now touring Asia, h~d . d d'
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al;sin" ephone and telcgraph Iinc;, llIunic·: fund."
talks in Moscow with Foreign ~lin-i II ar
amage calms .
.~ ipalitics, institutions, cllib, nud! "The j!ol'cl'Omenl of ~UI;I Scotia
ister ~(9Iotol' and in the Crimea from last ycar's hurrl~ane similar bodies ellt it to S700,OOO. 'reluctantly accepted lhal ruling,"
with Premier
and Com. Edna. Premier Hcnry HiCks
Remainng claims wll, be paid Mr. Hicks
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munlst party boss Nlklta Khrush· t 11
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es ay I1lg 1 plC_~ justed between 5250 and $500 willi platcd aid, til provide some aS5i~The council'~ appl'ol'al of the confcrence that payments: be paid' at the rale of BU pcr cent, i tance anrl relld."
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for
1\ as l will bcgin almost immedi- those between S:;OO and .53,000 on 1 Only about 40 ad,iuste,1
expected durmg the morlllDg; but:
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~ graduated scale rangan!\ from' ran 10 more th,lII 82,000, It was
an afternoon session had to be; atc y.
79 to 30 pCI' cent. Claims ovcr said: The largcst-aboll: 815,000held,
The amount is about one·tenth $3,000 will be paid at 30 per cent. will be settled for a litile under
'I'he. Weslerp program for Ge· the total of original claims reo CLAmS EXCl.UDED
$5,000.
neva covers means of,
by the government', inve,· No claims ulliler
were con· 'I'h. hurrkane hit the prGl'ince
tension, IIcl'clujJlJlent ot tigator, county courL
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('!lim, {"r SUUllller c,.t-,
11, 195t JIl!ig.. Mal'Kin·
sOI'ial, plllitil'~1 and cultural con- MacKinnon, Mr. Hicks said tbe (ages, pleasure craft, 31110moll11es nnn assessed losses to flsllermen
ahead on Its olVn or pleasllre ,'ehicles abo have at
to barns and buildings,
tacts, disarmament, and I plan for province is
simultaneou5 reunification of Ger. after the Canadian disaster relief been excluded.
$615,000; farm machinery, $11,618;
many thrnullh free elections
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Thp premirr
th, Canadian,
anrt orcharcls, S4,1,00fI: lelwith conclusion of I European lIe- ,r II d g. MacKinnon
rrlipr rnnrl, in a
el'nnnr Il"lc, ,nrl cootDlunication
urity pact. '
claim. of more thall $3,:;00,000 from prnvincial Chief Justice J ,L, equipment, $120,000,
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stra~cgy,
'I'hc pilot's nnme and the nmnbcr
aboard the craft were not jmmedi'
at~ly known,
Jntsquadron
2r.·~'~ar·old airman promised
at Rocklllfe, Ont"
~forf his a\tparture, Ihat he wouM
Iitt hi, hnllrtssions. Au trailS'
)J,1 fllmmanal at n~arll\' I.al'hin~
r-,u"r! Ihe Iclter 'l'lIesll:Y,
, rp:. Xll1an wrllie Ihal "Moscow
rII ' ilia ~nl'f'Irrnl. the ptuple ArC
lrar\ n~l)' and we are beini treated I
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unlil Ih. Ulh contu'Y in England,
Latin 100. the to,mol lanouoQ' tor
d«umrn", T~. mOil of tho p.opl.,
though, \pol. Q m",d ~,on, Th.
King', cou'l loon de,.lop.d a high'
clal. of £-oli.1> ",",eh wO' ""Iy underllood by Olh •• member. ot th, courl
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Poliee Rlotlel'
TII'o IJl'llinDI'Y 1il'IInks wcre taken
inIn cu~tnrly hy Illcal lIoliee luI
nil/hi, Therp. were no other mull
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was a shop for such a thlni, The
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Colonel had never heard of or seen
call embarrassingly on the West· LONDON-When Leonard Mar. a dogs' beauty parlour before this
B ' THE ~i:ern powers to "redress the bal. tin went to visit a dogs' beauty but thought it a wonderful scheme An')
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quiescence ha~ been foliowed by Vyshinsky promised that '''the \troubie ol'er Egyptian tnterfer· hnve been hard to devise a move
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:Sovlet Union lIill try to assist ence with !hipplng bound for
more certam Y ed elegant pets being delivered to running now for th rty years.
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economically and politically all Aqaba. There was sharpening of w
trouble the waters and sO provide the dOllr by chauf[eurs and Ihought The place was spotlessly rlean'l' F.a H.
,uSpencer
a \\recounled
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The eurrent Soviet diplomatic
SOVIET POSTWAR
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operatiDns In lhe JIIlddle East
PREOCCUPATION WITH
ifor liberty and independence:' ers. There was deep Arab feeling an opportunitv for Sovlct dipolo, this rather too much of a good starred by white·coated kennel we sat in the C.N.T, olliee a~',I!
matle fishing. And thc fislling sea' thing, Ile expected to find the maids and surprisingly quiet, for to "get through" to Ga :11t:tl
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opened without any delay. proprietress an aggressively doggy all the animals seemed rather telephone, Is not IUlfici.nnll ~
planned. And they ha\'C been care, At the end o~,the ~econd World 'Imperialists" of aiming at the gether, these were producing
' t ea d a d'IS t'In· bored. The Colone I S81'd t hat whl·ie believable 10 make it piau
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lull, timed WIt:1 a view to achlev· ~ar. the i\U Idle Enst and thc '''further ensla\'l~mcnt of Egypt." something Iikl' a rift among the There has been an offer of arm. woman bul met inS
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1111 the maximum Immediate cr· Eastern Medlte'.'ranean wcre one There were hinls of a trade agree· Arab States; a cooling or relations
feet. Tb, Iltua'.lon seemed to pro· of the preoccupations of Soviet ment that wO'lid be very favour· between one gloup of them and to finanCe the Aswan High Dam passion for dogs which had caused cralie or celebrated he treated knows, have become !O p~l!nli~
"Id, a favourable opportunity.,'. diplomacy. It was the time of the able to Egypt. There was even a the "Western pOlYen," an Inten· project; nn oHer of a treaty of him to make a good business out dogs from Buckingham Palaer. anrl so lacking fear of min IfI!,
of a trade agree· of canine beauty culture.
down the social scale to cab- they are frequently SceD III hit
and It hu bee:, ""Ized.
attempt to detach Azerbaidjan blnt of the posslbl11ty of a supply slficatlon of national reeling and friendship
The idea stemmed from the day drivers' pets, the only difference hillocks just of! the T C
Yet the Dew developments do from Pcrsla; ~f the claim. to the of arms'from Czechoslovakia. But growing resentment of the limit· ment to Yemen. There is proba·
bly more to follow.
when the colonel has been staying being that cabbies' dogs paid no way Well, IS the road 'ga~l IInot mark any change In Soviet trusteeship of I rlpolltnnia, of the It was made quietly clear that all alions on the &upply of arms.
It Is all very adroit. And yet at a big Berlin hotel between the taxi fare to get to their appoint· recently eating their lunch ~!fl
poUeJ. To lib every occasion to pressure on Tm'key to cede Kars Ithis was conditional on there be·
one wondel's if the main objec' two wars and bnd unwisely told ments, The best customer was a gravel pit excavation on thlt n 1
penetrate the Middle East In onll and Aradhan and ,the bases on 'Inll no scttlempnt with Britain,
RENEWED OPERATIONS
WI1 or another hu been the claa. the strnlt~; of the pressure on I
The moment Indeed seemed pro' live of the whole operation will the manager that he wanted to retriever who trotted In by him· lion of the road between
Ikal obJeeUve of Russian dlplo- Greece to glv' Russia a footing
ANGLO·EGYPTIAN PACT
pillous, And the operations began. be attained. For it Is rather too wash his two Alsations In the best self, underwent enough beautify· wood and Notre Dame Suntt~
maC)' Ilnee the Taars' expanding In the Dodeeal,ese,
CAUSES DISAPPOINTMENT First, an orfc~ of Czecholovakla obvious that these profuse assur, bathroom. The manager was all' ing to last a fortnight, met his two foxes appeared on the bau
pals and went off home again on above. The men threw them Ie
empire reached thll Black Sea The resistance was too strong; But during tile past few months \arms to Egypt, This was a very ances of rriend~hip and these ea,
and tbe Ca\ICasu•• To exploit and and' the prcs;,ure ceased. But a number of factors seemed to shrcwd move. The offcr was onl' ger offers of Joelp are anythiilg the advances which are being his own. Martin went to the beauty of food to the top of the blnk!l)!
parlour to ridicule but came away they quickly gobbled It, The
Inlemlf, whenever possible the Isovi!'t dlplomary did not relllain [have created that more favour· which no Egy,ltain Govcrnment but disintercstrd, Moscow is itot imade to them. ,
As King Solomon noted, "Sur, with his tall between his legs. sur· day Mr. Spencer picked Up Il\
"contradletlons of the capitalist Inaelll'e, Any cimnee which seem· able moment. There. was Egyptian could 110Ssibly refuse even If it doing all this tor the beaux yeux
world" II a
Injunction of !rd to offer
was taken. In resentment at the conclusion of wlslted to, On the
hand, ac· of the Egyptahts or for sympathy t.'ly in vain th~ net is l;pread In prised at having found It such a rather .long.dead trout which h:
Leninism. There are moments \ pal'ticular. wh{'nel'cr relations the Turco·lraqi pact, There were ceptan('e would cause a great with the Arah C<luse. And there Ithe sight of any hiI'd" and I feel i very businesslike concern, sen· found an a culvert. Takin, t!;
that thl' Ithat in this casl·. tempting though i sible. clean, healthy and, more with him. when luneh time
wben the two ean be combined, bNl'.'cl'n Bl'ltain and Egypt be·shal'p Brlti~h 1i~putes with Saudi !and immediate nnnoyancc In thl' Hrc already, many
~liddle Eastern gOl'ernmcnts arl'lthe boits may be, the lIet is too 1important or ali, moderate in hi' tied it to a fonr lathom IiI'
.'11 that ,II hapPf'nlng now-and :c~l1le strahwrl. SOI'i!'t assul'llIll'r~: Arabia ovcr BUl'aiml and with Ye, iwcst. The expression of that nn' looking
lI'atchfully and lI'arily at I'isible for 5urtss,
price.
and threw it towardl ane nf tl:
thiS a.aln iJ typically Ru~slan- .of sUPP0l't 0;111 sympathy for, men ol'er the disputt'd It'ontler of 'noyance would. In tUl'n, initate
fox!s which had dulr 1~'mtd,!1
I, thaI a perled DC eompRrati~'e :Egypt w('re RI\I'ay~ rrady, i\lr Ithe Aden protectorate, There wa~ : Egyptaill pride Other Arab States
dou,ht lookln. for foo~ HIIII
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After lome u ut i011l Iftl'UIi,
lIalion reynard .lowly advlned t~
wards the rather "high" t!OIl'
sniffing Intentlr. "'hpn h ,~
almost near enough to letll U
friend Spencer began ,~ Kradull',
draw the atring towardl blm.
fox followed slowly, lIi4!ftflr
I somewhat puzzled at fh. 1111.
oeuvre. This trick was kept up !N
sll'eral minutes during .. hich mm
er fox managed 10 get on. or 111
mouthfuls of the trnlll,
Mr. Spencer finaliy thn" tll
unattached trout to the t!lll!
fox, but as he did ~o I pilch (thf
I original fox was I red 1 101 .~
i peared on the skyline Ind 1m! mediately jumped down to .bm
Then arose, laid Mr, 5penm,Ibl
fiercest animal battle h, hid mr
witnessed. Time and again the 1'0
creatures stood on their hind I!il
maplng and biting each olhlr,
until the newcomer appem4 10
have the Idvanta,' and th' Ili
surrendered the field 01 ball:.
and the remains of the trout In til
: interloper.
I Evidently a bit of a tme, lilt
" day Mr. S. tied a pl~ce 01 mnt 10
a bough and hung tt 10 that :1
I would be just out of reich 01 Ir.r
I, fox. To his amuement, wbtn h
! returned next time the met! Ilill
I remained unmoved but fOI 1mb
; beneath were numerOUl, And, mOlt
: amazing, wa! the fact that thllt
I recentlv killed mmkral~ wert bl!
: just be~cath the bait "al thougi
placed by human hand!," Or.!
listened opined that lome ~!I!OI
had placed the rats thm. but Mr,
S, emphatically expre!5td hI! eo!viction that the foxe! 11m I~
sponsible.
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This Itorv came nut 01 I II'
: cussion on' the wor~ lor bUH"
'who are flooding the highrcI4
from time to time, Roadman Splr,·
eer described how the·e aninu:!
frequently block culrrrt· ~n tr.1 ,
highway. Their pracht., he 11",
, i~ to start in the middle 01 I ru~,
, ,:ert with a stump nr simliar
'staele and then build UP .n i.,
, pervious block of mud behind ~,
i checking all flow 01 \\'at~rthroul1
, the cuh'ert and flooding th. rold
His men are frequently ulled el
I'to
c1e:ll' these block~ ,,'hleb Irt
very annoying especiall. nOIl'II:lt
autumn rains are fl~0~in. III
country and turning tt r r~adll!l~
mud,
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The existence 01 theH \n~UIl', •
able foxes is genersliy tredlll!
hereabouts with the trrmendoQI
scarcity of rabbitl, Salurdar ",h"l
on the way home from r.an~fr, th:
Grouch met two hunters \\'llh ell
lone rabbit as their spoil! 01 thl
cbase. It was the first hI had 'PlI
this season.
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and as a father, ha!. dtfel!'i
I familr. V{benever h~ l' II hDII'!
i hl~ children flock round hlll1, \
: their midst-with an inltrn o f
I noise all round-the ~.cretarr fl
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'State ~Its unmovell, \I ' • I~'
, Important ~peech on I pad o~, a;
'arm of his chair, Oitpn h~ In
a page missing-~hort1~ In rtll.l~
that a daughter has u!ed It 10 Pi ,
noughts and crosses,"
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_Major Henry Dougll~·H~ml ~~
Ing a personal sketch of
brother Lord 1I0me, secretl!!
of State for Commonwealth lit
lations, in the General overJl~
Serviee.
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Miliions~A
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Profit In
LONDON .::when yOU JI
house-hunting, take I com~1
Many I house deseribed IS fl(l~
due south turns out to hal' e 0 at
the pantry window and the frO II
door facing that way, and ualle(
you've exceptional poll'el1
orientation once you're inside 1111
won't kno~ which room. U ~
gets the momillJ sun and ..
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About buying houses In t~
BBC's Light programme.
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Still Search For Thugs
Third Page
I nr ~cncral '~I e:ary of the Nflrl.
C'•.~I. ~; t:i~hrrmfn, has "Isited TWJIliIlJ.'ste
rr<!rrJu~n porlant bu~lncss with members of tllp.
!~ 1:!>t'U~~ .I~ 1n(';\1 at that place. Hc is esprctcd
J'rdrrJu~n bck In the Clly lome :ime todaYJ
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Local police report no arrests ha"e. yel b~cn ~
Jnade III connection with the four asnults on elderly
persons which occurrcd In the City dur.ing the pa,t
three weeks. An In:enslve investigation is being
carried on, however.
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and other Red Cross officials are back from a Regional
Conference held at Lewisporte last week. Representatives
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were present from every branch in Notre Dame Bay,
Gander, and Alexander Bay. Several branch members THE VICTORIAN ORDER OF NURSES, which had a branch establi5hed in St. John·s. and one in Comer Brook•. :
came to the conference on their own signifying the keen is obsen'ing V.O.N. week, and the National Director In chief, Miss Christine Livingston, arri\'ed in 51. .John'I·~
yesterday to \'isit the local branch. A reception was held "t the Newfot:ndland Hotel yesterday afternoon In her:
interest taken in Red Cross work.
TWO·DA Y MEETING
honour, and His Honour and Lady Outerbridge, the executh'e director of St. John Ambulanc~, members of the::
The
two:day
meetings
were
V.O.N.
committee of Rotary, and representath'es of ~ul'.':ing. and ?l~silless ol'g~nizalions ~n the CIty alten~ed. Lef~:~
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held in the Masonic Hall and were
to
right.
Mr. Hugh Cole. chairman of the V.O.N. commIttee. MISS Lmngston, I\Ilss Cathel'llle Gannon R.N., V.O.N.: ..
opened by a welcome from Mayor
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Woolfrey and Lewisporte
Red nurse in SI. John's. and Miss Mary Summers, ~ecretary of the committee.
Mr. A. B. Reid. distrIct manager
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In a rl'pClrt to the Minister of Mines al.d Resources,
Dou~la' Pim\ott of the wildlife division describes in
th~ cffcd upon the forest resources of the province
'::C1\'~jng b,l' moose.
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!ollo\\~:
i~l!t ~::ch ~nd balsam
;'0 mn,t Imporlant
fir are
moose
in ~Nfoundland. In dis·
I:W wilh moderate moose
r;~:lllonl white birch provides
~,:l ~~ rrr ctnl 01 the total diet.
~ 1\!lp1>pulated areas, and where
.' IImbrr stands arc prebalsam fir is the most
winler food. While
il broil sed at III seasons of
)r1r ,,"hilt bal~am fir is brows.
'1'1\1)' in winter.
~.::ng the 5now·free ptriod
range .... idcl~· and utilize al·
tl'm' Jl'ai\able vegetation
'A'hich h RI'ailable to them.
Ine lir!1 5MW5 the moose reo
mort 10 timbered areas and
rnl! Ih~ ed~e~ of large open·
Investors
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WI"nters DIle
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Cross president, Mrs. J.f. Russell .
for the Maritimes of Inl'estors S~·n·
Federal Works Minisler Winlers
dieate of Canada Ltd.. Is now and Immigration Minister Pickers· Discussions included all phases of
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"biting Newfoundland to com· gill left Gander ye~terday morning Red Cross work, including disaster
plete the business of establishin!: to visit Valleylield where they services, home nursing and . a
branch offices of the company in inspected the Federal govern· broadening of cil'lIian welfare pro·
this prol'inee.
ment's Iishlng experimental plant grams.
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JUNIOR RED CROSS
land for the company, which has ers are 'aecompanied by their
The cetennial celcbrations oC the '
Canarla are invited to allend ; YWCA,
Ryrie Smith.
head offices at Winnipeg, in Sep· executive assistants.
Junior ned Cross members SidYoung Women's Christian Associ·' Ihe~e functions. "hich will include ~ adian PreSIdent, and Mr. lIIartoh!
tember, 1954, and since that time
ney
Small,
Freddy
Carpenter,
Jean
Today they will Inspect tbe ncw
ation oC Canana arc being held in a dinner at Simpsons Arcadian Hilliard, c~alrman Of. t~e Crnte!\has been here several times on housing scheme at Gander Air· ~Ianucl and Marion Freake attend.
Toronto during tbe (irst wcek of Court In Toronto. to he addresserl inial Committee, as prmclpal spca~
business. He has now completed port and will leal'e for St. John's cd the meetings. Through ques·
I ~o"embcr, and two rcprescntatil'cs by the ncwly clected world presi. crs.
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the work of establishing the com· in the latr. afternoon. Tomorrow tion and answer period, the Jun·
. from t he St . J 0 h n•s Y..\",...,"
C A 'I rs. dent of Ihe YWCA. Ihc Hon. Isabel
Special music at the.
pany here. and has appointed men they will be guests at a govern· iors gave the Senior Red Cross a
S servl~
E eSt
i Herber Cramm,. chairman of the
Catlo, O.B.E., and a special Sunday will be prol·ided by Ir
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to represent the StepheDl'iIIe·Cor· ment rec~ptlon to be held at the good account of the work they
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board
of
directors,
and
Mrs.
Mary
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the
Toronto
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were doing. Through the courtSmallwood.
exeeu!i,'c
director,
will
onto
Convocation
Hall
with
Miss
delssohn
ChOIr.
These
and
ma~
ID moderately or under. tral ,Newfoundland. and the st.
It Is understood that the two esy of Principal Mouland, the Red
leave hcre on Friday to attend the Lilace Barnes. president of the more featurcs will, help to. produ~
Federal members will be leaving Cross officials visited the schools
sllnd~ is gencrall), brows-' John s areas. ,
mectings.
Unitcd States YWCA and immedi· \ one of the most outstandmg celooi
!fJl"ltr Ihan that In densely
Mr. Gordon" arren, well known here towards the end of the week and had a chance to get acquaint·
Annual
mecting
delegates
from
ate past prcsident of the World brations of the YWCA in Canad!:t
I d
in SI. John's for his work with for a motor tour of the Burin ed with Junior Red Cross students.
Ttf ~:~~e \amagt to Forest the Canadian Legion, and as a city Peninsula, and from Grand Bank
BANQUET HELD
''''!iid.uclilln Sur"e' 11'81 can. councillor, and Mr. John Burdock, they wlll fly to Gander where they
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formerly prominent merchant of will join a TCA plane for their reA banquet at the Masonic Hall
In !clccted euto,'er areas Belleoram, now living in the eily,
turn to Ottawa.
featured Magistrate G. W. Clarke
have been appointed for St. John·s.
;;,;
Mr. Leo Bruce, of Stephenville, Mr. Roy Baker will represent the as chief speallcr. lI1r. Clarke spoke'
Aecent
fires
at
Harbour
Millj;
has been appointed for the Step' company in the Grand Falls, ann of his long association with Red'
Fortune Ba~' and at Harbour Graci
Cross and of its value to the I
tY. Ihe u.a\ ~un'eyed serious henl'iIIe·Corner Brook office, and central Newfoundland area.
GATHERING
lfOJtENTUM
ha\'e callcd the Rcd Cross f~r help
community, In the mullipilicity of
10 halum fir reproduction
Chairman for the VOWR Grand
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The
cllrrcnt
drivc
on
the
Newfor
the I'ictim~. Samu~1 Rldeou'i
the serl'iees it provides. Mr. PerLmiltd In the Humber Game
Variety Concert. which will be
loundland
dislrict
of
thc
Canadian
his
wife and four ~hI1dre~ we~
lin, the president oullined the imtn Ih. Birchy Lake and
~taged In the Pitts Memorial Hall
Miss
Grace
Boutilier,
cur:'\'alional
Railwn\'s
for
the
~ale
of
left
destitutc by a ftre whIch d~$'
portance
of
rcglonal
conCerences,
1\11 er Irrll approximately
on Friday n1ght, will be Mr. O. L.
Canada
Sal'in~s
Bnnd~
is
gathering
I
troy
cd
their home ~t Harbour !l1!~
rently
featured
at
the
Old
and
their
place
in
the
future.
Dur·
~ trnt of III Iteml had been
Vardy, Director of the Newfound·
ing the conference. Major Peter Colony Club, will be the land Tourist Development Board. momentum. according to Co.ordin. consumed In the fire also wa~~,
' . .I ...... ' In Ihe Adle'l Lake, Twin
Cashin gal'e an address on Civil speci~l soloist at the big conMr. Vardy is an old friend of at or n. W. Fogwill. who told the \ large sum oC money ... the s~i:
' . Inrl Ttrr. Non areAl 6,
Defence Ind spoke of ils relationVOWR, hal'ing been closely con· NEWS 13,t ni~ht that the resull.; ings of the family. !llr. Frank B~
I:~ 16 p,r.r.nt. respectively, of
cert
to
be
staged
at
the
Pitts
neeted with lis community activi· of the campaign to date wcre most I nes, campaign chair~an of. ~~
ship to Red Cross.
:IfrOl1urtlOn had been brow!•
gratifying.
I Cross at Harbour ~{llI, nohfl~
Memorial Hall on Friday, ties for mnny years.'
~., mn~1P
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Miss Christine Livingston, director in chief of the Commissloncr Decker. In thank- October 28. Miss Boutilier, Miss Boutilier, who is currcnt· Call1'as;crs and tlwir assistants Red Cross bead quarters of t~
!:t brnl\'\ing of white birch reo Victorian'Order of Nurses, arrived in St, John's yesterday ing the people of the Lewisporte who is a talented artist has Iy singing in the city will he the got thc grec nlight Octoh~r lith. plight of thc fire victims and ~ijit
branch for their hospitality, also
oc_.'-·"·,,," i~ much more uniform
whcn managp.r E. J. Cooke of the authorized to gil'e immedlaQ;
:::uch hcal'icr than in the cm by train from Gander, and was the guest of honour at a spoke of the progress being made also offered to assist other feature attraction at the concert N'ewfoundland District bou~ht the emergency assistance.
which is being emceed by Mr.
:allim Ilr The lightest browsing reception, which was held at the Newfoundland Hotel by Red Cross and of its continued community projects while Greg Bonner. A number of local
first bond, thu.s signalling the ·s.tart
At Harbour Grace, two familii!t
rfCorded for the Terra Nova from 4 to 5.30 p.m.
b
d
t John Nos•
in St. John's.
talented artists will also take part. oC the campaign, and have ~Ince
service to Newfoundland.
b
d t'
d
. d'
were urne ou .
• bert 42 per eent of the
His Honour the Lieutenant Gov·
een cton ubc Idn g a 'Ii Ybnamdle !IVdC worthy, his wife and mother·i,":
Its president. He was recalled to so th a. no ? y WI
hal'f bun browsed by either ern or and Lady Outerbridge, the
e cpnve law lost all their belongings In:~
active duty in the United Statcs of getllng hIS share of honds.
or rahbits. In the Birchy president of the Rotary Club, the
f'
'h' h d t
d the'r home l~
SOME INCREASES
Ire \\ IC es roye
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Air Force In October 1948 and
Twin Lakes, and Sandy Riv- executive directors of the SI. John
the early hours of October 23. Ed.:
named
commanding
officer
of
thc
Latest
pro.;r~ss
reports
to
haml
the browsIng percentagel Ambulance and the YWCA and dl·
ward Parsons, his wife and daughTenth Rescue Squadron at Fort indicate thai sCI'cn departments
M, 86. and 89 per cent, re- rectors of Nurses both from the
ter aIso suffered the loss of thelt
The
fourth
big
agricultural
and
arc ahead of the same time last
Richardson, ..,Iaska.
1n the Humber Game Department of Health, General
home in the same fire which conMore recently. Col. Balehen won year in the sale of bond~. Signifi·
a large percentage of Hospital, and the Grace Hospital, fishery fair to be held on the
sumed
lIfr. Noseworthy'. dwellin,;
Colonel Bernt Balchen, famous 1927 he was one of the pilots on fame as the father of Thule Air cant amongst th~se arc the oper·
ffproduetion has been killed as well as many prominent in Avalon Peninsula for the current
JIIr.
E.
L. Oke. chairman at Harby browsing preslure.
philanthropic organizations at· season wlll take place at Torbay Arctic explorer and veteran air· AdmIral Byrd's flight across the Foree Base. He bas also become ating groups wilh an increase of
bour
Grace
of the DiSAster COlli'
and
Flatroek
on
October
26,
27,
which
he
made
the
Atlantic
during
man, who recently arrived in St.
well known for his water color $13.000.00 and the Marine Dept.,
Xr.oSf drn~iliCI show great varIa- tended.
.
millee.
secured
help frOIll Re~
famous
forced
landing
on
the
28
and
29.
John's to take over the office of
paintings oC the Arctic regions. He up $5.000.00 from last year. Over·
1m!! the island with the
Miss Livlngston is a native of
Cross
for
the
fire
victims.
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those
held.t
Trepassey,
of
France.
From
1928
to
coast
Assistant to General Barcus, Comhas had several successful one·m~n ~II the al'rra;:c per subscriher
popUlations oecurrlna In Ontario, graduated from the Hamil·
[Intra I ~tction.
ton General Hosplllli and worked Witless Bay and Foxtrap, the faIr manding officer of NEAC, and 1930 he was chief pilot of the show! In American cities. He is stanrls at S2n5.00 compared with
h mrying·capaeity of the for six ycan as a nurse on the will feature exhibition of cattle, special advisor on Arctic affairs, Byrd Expedition to the Antarctic. now assigned RS Special Assistant $260.00 for the same period last I MORI LOCAL NIWI O~
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Before coming to the U.S. Col· for Arctic Affairs, Hq. NEAC.
will be the guest speaker at Rotary
. Ilclions \'Irics greatly due ~taff of that hospital and with farm produce and fish.
onel Balchen had many hours of
Special emphasis is being given on Thursday•
l~f dillmncel In the relative Hamilton clly locial servlccs bc• ~:;oo!itinn of forested and non- fore taking up her work with the to the fishery section this year Tbe Colonel will be introduced IIying over ice and snow country
~fd lind,. and to the dlstribu· Victorian Order of Nurscs in and the fair will feature com· by Mr. Finn Frost, of the Depart· in Norway where he operated an
petition in fish splitting, trawl ment of Mines and Resources and airline. He also flew with the
t:~ oi disturbed and undisturbed 1938.
Finns against Russia. After the ocII!!J.
She worked as a staff nurse in baiting, and for the young~r folks a fellow Norwegian.
REDUCTION OF WOMEN'S
there will be a competition in the
Colonel Bernt Balchen joined the cupation of Norway by the GerSee V.O.N., Page 5
1____--:_______ cutting of cods' tongues.
Norwegian Air Force in 1920 and mani he ferried planes for the
celebrates today.
served as a pilot on the Amund· Royal Air Force from San Diego,
Beat. wlshel for a happy birth·
The Ministers of Mines and Re·
sen.Ellsworth Relief Expedition to California, to SIngapore.
day to Ann Greene, 30 Young St., sources and Fisheries will be in at·
He was transferred from the
l'..t family and classmate. of
Spitsbergen in 1925. In 1926 he was
Some all Wool-some 100510 Nylon. Mostly plaIn
kJ.~ Hobbs, 35 Young Street ex· who celebrates her 8th birthday tendance at the fair and will be a member of the Amundsen-Ells- Norwelgian Air Force to tlie U.S.
shades.
Sizes 14 to ·20.
today. Greetings from Marina, accompanied by a number of
Army Air Force on September 4,
Ir:~ Iheir b~st wishes to her on
Bobby and Wayne Hobbs.
officials frollll their departments. worth.Noble Arctic Expedition. In 1941 and was commissioned a
Ie 121h birthday which' Ihe
REGULAR
REGULAR
captain in the Specialist Reserve.
3.75
2.75
Colonel Balchen's first assign.
ment was on Greenland where he
built tbe Army base, Bluie West
Eight Sondrestrom. In the fall of
SALE
CLEARANCE
1943 he left Greenland and joined
the Eighth Air Force In Europe.
OF WOMEN'S
OF WOMEN'S
While scrvlng there he established
a route between thc United King·
dom and Sweden for evacuating
nationalities from occupied countries to Engiand. ~lore than 5.000
Full length.
Strap and built-up
persons were evacuated by that
WOMEN'S flEECED
White Rayon.
route.
shoulder styles.
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Chairman Of
Gathe~ing
'VOWR Concert
Momentum
Fire Victims
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Plan Fair At
Torbay-Flatrock
Colonel Balchen
To Address Rotary
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Later, Colonel Balchen worked
with the Norwegians underground
in occupied Norway and from Nov·
ember 1044 to August 1945, was
in command of' air operations
which chased the Germans from
northern Norway and Finland. Operating from the municipal airport at Stockholm, Sweden. his
unit delivered fourteen hundred
tons of supplics and eleven hun·
dred saboteurs during t hat
hundred saboteurs during that
I lime. He returned to Norway in
,\ BUSy SCENE d . th VOWR Radio '\uction last night. Volunteer workers arc hard at it keeping track 01 1 1946 whrlc . hr.l . ;~·ni7.ed Ihe i
urmg e
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NorwegIan Air Lllle and became
I.:~ hunoreds of bids pouring in by telephone. 'l'he auction contmues tOnlg an omOllow nib •
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SLIPS
Values up to 69c
Reg. 75c.
COAT SWEATERS
REG. 1.35.
CLEARANCE
97c
FOR
29c
NOW
49c
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sold at a premium against the American
dollat·. This had the effects of rcducing
substanlinlly thc returns received from
J American buyers. Since then, the manuWlf
TIl. UAlLY N\!:WS II a mornlna paper
facturcrs
claim,
higher
costs
havo
occurred
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..tabU.btd In 1894. anD published at th.
to make higher priccR nccessary.
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EVERYBODY'S nUSINESS
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But it is casy enough to undcrHland Ihe
In
this
muterialistie
nge,
lir~t
110 finding financial support at
Com pan, . Limltr.d.
'disturbing cffcct of these ncw increascs princip!cs arc o[tcn for~olten·1 what muy be callcd the grass·roots
t,,
rEMBER 01' rHE CANADIAN PRESS
! on publishers. They fear that they will People tend to take too much for: Icv!'!. 'lost pcople hal'c grown liP \
Tb. Clnldian Presl iJ excluslVlly ell
grantcd anll forgcl th"t thl'Y hal'l~ i in thc belief that thc)' .should ~ct
I not he nble to reCO\'CI' I he higher cost since
tilled lu Ih. use for republication 01 .:1
re~!lon~ihility lor thl'ir own goo.d' sumdhing ont o[ pohtlc~. Few
i further incr('ases in the prices of news- govcrnment. political intercs~ IS: hal'e ever 1:l'ah~ctIlhat ~~r~ should
ft'WI dlspatel1e~ In ttll. paper credited to
: papcrs 111a)' be detrimental to circulation dulled bv superficial distr"ctlOn~! put sulllctlllng IIItO. (lohhcs. But II
It or to The Assllcfated f'r ..,s or Rcuten
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All Pre...ervlce and feature artl~It'. in
Isincel'e (1Olitical convIctIOns, It
, American ncwspapers arc now operatin(! in any country.
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. ~hould be civen expression in the
tIIII paper are cl'Pyrlllbt IDd theIr rcpre>
all marginal profits and this fact explnins
ductloa II Ilroblblted.
In Ihe hope Ihat party inlerest ! furm 01 mcmbership conlributions.
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the chorus of protests that hm: arisen since is nol dead even if it has been Ilf all t1wsc who \'otcd for Ihc
Autburiud al ,econd da.. mall Posl
thc newsprint price increascs werc first dulled, thc Progressil'c·Conserl':!· Conservatives in. the lasl elc~tlOn
~,
Office Department, Ottawa.
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livcs nrc making a ncw bid [or werc to he Willing to contribute
announced.
popular suppnrt. They arc remind- len cents a week 10 a pal'l~ fu~d,
Mcmbcr Audit Bureau 01
in" citizens that the party system it would not be very hard to raise
ClreuJatioDl
is ~ ess-ential 10" goml government. SJOO,GOO. contraril~·i.se, II mal' be
that political democrncy can only' said thnt l[ oPPOSitIOn S\lPpo~ters
[unction c!fcctil'ely when thcrc is : are nut Willing to make any.llOan.
DAR.I SllBSCRlPTION UTES:
A I'ccent Gallup Poll showcd a dccline i an adequate altcrnative gOl'crn· cial cuntribUtionkat Ia:i' :h~l~
cuada ................ S 8,00 per anpum
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UlIlt.d K1Dadom and aU
111 Liberal votmg S.i ength and a gam
III t urn at WI'11 0 r ncc"u. "nd
that
it is ,win clcctillns or "ght flrcs
under
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romp COUn'l'i.. •... 112.00 DU anDum
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Conservative support. Last mont 1 s .\" a contribution to better covern- '.a dll:'mant Pill'tl' orgalllzatlOn.
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elections confirmed this trcnd, Thc Can· ment when an opposition pari), I
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'We realizc. of course. that it is
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New Dl'unswicJt from thc Liberals but also
. I I I I . 1'1 e l'x'wd 'WOlllc to Ihink 01 party
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If scats 10 tiC OCl ~gIS.1 IIr
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madc hea\'y ml'oads mto LI Cl a maJorl leS were to be awardcd on II hasis of politics 'Ihovc the lel'cl of pcr~onO
°
ill t\\'o Quebec ridings. Now in the Toron- proportional repmentalion, the. "I' pre!uclicrs ,and I!llcs. a.nd dis·
to-Spadina riding which Ihe Liberals have I Conservatives would have a larger , hkes .. I-lIhtlc~ IS notJ~mg. If It 15 nol
. h Id f . t
t ' f' T '
nother Can· I membcrship in the HOllse 01 As·: pl'acl1c.1l 111 lIs apphcatlOn. People
1'0 follow up the top-Ie\'el confcrcncc of: e
.01 \~en ~ - 1\ e ~ ears, H
embh' 'At Ihe next elt'ction thc' turn agallst gOl'crnmcnls lebs be·
lasL Jul\' thc forcign ministers of the Bi" I scr\,nt!\·c \'Ictory has becn won,
S I" I'ote for the oPllOsitioll is ,cause thcy disapprol'c o[ policy
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Four nations will mcet tomorrow at GencIt would of coursc be foolish to m'cr- : \'Cry lil,l'ly til shull' thc lli~hcst than hccausc t?c)' UI not ec a
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,·a. It may be thc opelllng phase of one of estimate these Conservative gams. The\' I:erc~nla~e wlee I' fl'
. ; them as individuals Therc is an
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~ e most Important IllternatlOnal gat er- :;till IC'avc the pal't~· WIth only 5:1 scals III position call1Hll he ri<'moll;ll'ated. ancicnt traditilln that says that
tngs of our era. All depcnds on whether the i the House of Commons 01' less than one- unlm the Jl~rly is 1\(']1 linaneed, I'('"ple. should get ~oll~cthll1g out
Russians arc prcparcd to gi\'c fUI'Iher i third the Liberal mcmbcrshlp of 1Ii9 but wcll.organized and ('(Juippcd wilh ~ll ;'ot;n~ for thc 1~·I.nlllnJl side. It
proof that their prcsent amiable app('al'-; Ihcv certainl\' seem to represent some a good. sOlmd polie,' carable of ItS It'll C Ol.d (I,,~e r~ ~'I~:g d~~ebtPt~;~~
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an lanest new 00 or a mas
la,I
turning
of the tide. Whet
er I Ie .tl'cn ronlldcuc('
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. the pari"
,,'stcm will c\'er thri\'c
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conccals an ullalterc d an d una Itera bl c: can ('ontinue to the pomt cf 11 ~lbcr~1 i
; lin t_his materialistic out~ook und
purpose.
! deCeat in the ncxt gcneral election IS The finaTll'in~ of a party is n notJlln~ ebc, People, If gll'cn
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11""1 essen!i'll 10 ~rll\.. th hecJlI'c somcthll1~ 1II the way of sounrl
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thcrc arc many
l'xpenscs
whlell
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changc of Soviet tactics was mcrcly the, But the Liberals have bccn a long time i nrc r>Sl'ntinl 10 dricicnl ami pro· ~ollilc l'onlirlcnce can bc reposed,
resull. of a thanr:c of Icadership, That in powcr. In thc past fel\' ycars thc.v 11<1\'1: I gm:<il'e (lI'~aniz"liol1. Br~nches may he l11~dc cl;thll"a,tlc !;"PJlort;
would be a nai\'c b('lief. A combination II .t somc of their best mcn. Neithcr rl'll'.1 11111'C 10 hc sctup. Liaison 11111st hc ~rs 01 a_.,·?1I5e .. rh~ grctt IOpC °1
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'maint ineil on a I'ontinuous has IS .In OPPllsltlOn p.\I t~ nl I IC 1110m('n
of elrcllmstanccs,
startlJ1g wltI.1 NATO nn 1 51 . laurent
nol' Mr. Howe may. want to betwecn
a cen I1';1 I' I·lealI'IliaI' I,'·
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' ahilil\'. tll incite cnthusiasm
endmg WIth thc French aqreement to run again. Both are old mcn. Fcl\' out- Icomlllunity and dbtrid hranclws. by prulrllrljl1~ a crcdiblc policy
Gennan rearmamcnt, forced Russin to thc slanding lenders will remnin in the cabinet. A wholc lime M'Cl'el:lrial IS nerd·: that is holln,l In win thc support
council table and to a more concllialory . And there is also the possibility that the: I'd. Speakers lllllst Iral'el the of lhose who want the hest (I'l5attiktde, And it may well be that stirrings I torate mav think at long last that it is' pl'ol'ince and sell the pU,l:rlic 011 Ihe : sihle governmenl for the region
of discontent within the So\'iet boundaries t~ ec f
himge
par~l' PI'O;;I'.lmme. (,Ol'crnmcnt: in which the), lil'c. Whethel' a
Ime or a c,
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a truce that will enable them to raise
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'necessilics of pari)' organization, I.' the l:rl'at llupondcl'oble of the
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domestic living standards,
b"-elections results must gi\'e the Liberal cost a lot 01 monc)'.
i moment in local politics .
l~adership plcnty of food for thought. The - - - - - - -----------.--.--- ...--.--_.- . - - The Geneva discussions should indicatc old spark has been lost. Pel haps fear of
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~ fact. It is reporled that the western powers positive and aggressive policies, On the
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intend to offer inclusion of Russia in a other hand, their recent succcss may put i
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mco~cel\·ablc. On t. e otlcr hand, t ,e I Canada.
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NIGHT SHIRTS
11l'iton~ alivc ~o·
b)' "FORSYTH"
:<Ia)·. lie ha,l an I'xrrptionall)' lIis-
war rccorcl in which h
Canadian I'rcss Starr Wrilrr
'won I,i, v.<'. "f,ll' c;lI'l'[111 pl'illli(l".
RUSSUlllS ha\'e to gt\'C proof that their
' . hl'illbnt r';(,('l1tion anti contempt
present conciliator,· mood is a true re!lecLOi'\DON (l'P )-Two b~'~e all" for rlall"cr." hi, tdplc n.s.o. "I~"
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I planes 11'111 tnk!' 0([ [rom I oronlo ' .
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Thc wcst Will not be put off .bV the pi opa-,
'lil'e·month I'lgll nt the hot\nm o[ ,I ong prnol,
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ganda de\,lccs rmplo~'cd by Molotov al:
, the globe. .
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Berlin last ,'cal' and in othcl and earlier I
By EARL L. DOUGLASS
. The tW~II.mglUed I I O1llh'o l-al"kl. : pill~ 01 the !ir,t a~omic bomh. He
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! I I '-.1 I, oir Ihc ,ontlwln tip. has IlIIW ahan,.lonrrl a ~onnrc ~on
· tl' t I . i d Th t·t f l " I
am I. a l i i . , . 'with Ihc Srn'lccs nnr1 IS bl'nrhna
pa t ·Icn . .\ 0 Cl a~cI , d e es 0 ler Slll- ,
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011 a ma~sll'e
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• A.' SUCCESS
" o[ South Amc.l'iL~I.
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eCrity IS now at Ian •
'fhe dictionary defines success as "obtainillJ: nne's \ survcyIng1 mIS'IOII.
Belllccn
for Ih c rc I'Ie r 0 [Sllffrr'ln
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desired end ... succeedIng fully or in accordance m.as ane Aprl, .0', Ie p ancs 'Chcshire. who cI'cn now Is only
with oce's desIres."
\\'Ill pho~ngrallh nbollt 50.000 thirh-.li\·c hc"an a!ler the war an
As a dictionary definition this Is saUsfac:ory, ~'ct square miles 01 rC~lOte. Graham unsl;cres,rlll ~entlll'e to establish
neither the dlctlonary nor any other book ca.n ado· Land: a rocky pcnl11SUI,1 of An· I,0J[,slIffiricnt colonies [or unsct·
quately define success, For success varies WIth the tarchca,
l'lcll c)·.Serl'iccmen but while hc
Individual.
The
Biblical
dictum
that
to
whom
It
is
hoped
the
S~lrI'CY
may
open
;1'a5 rC~;Incraling in Canada from
The 4-H club is a youth movement that
much Is given much Is required, means that l~e a ncw sOUrcC 0,[, mlllerals ,a~d o~h: I illness this project almost collaps·
had its origin, we believe, in the great measure of success for one person is not necessarIly er bnslc maler,als [or Biltlslt 111 \1 II. me hack ilOme to face
r( . C c~
fanning areas of America's Middle Wcst. the measure of success [or another. He who starts dus t'ria I del'cIopm cnt .
cripplin~ dcbts and found that
Be that as it may, it is an important, con· high must go bighcr. The savage wh~ learns how
.flIAJ~R ROLE
Irnr 01 his form~r rolonists, an cl·
A . Brltl! h firm h~s bec~ "com. IIrrlv man with no fricnds or rcla·
structive and growing organization which III read and write does well, but the man born amid
cultured surroundings muat go far beyond that to mlsSlOned by the United Km"dolll \ til'C~ lav living fr.om Incurable can·
is gaining a rapid foothold in Newfound- be success[u!.
gOl'crnmcnt, to ~arry. ou~ .thc su.r. cer i'n 3' nc'arhy hospital which was
land, thanks to the efforts. of Dr. Florence Success is probably :he most dangerous experience vey and a ~anadlan .subsldwry .WllI unable to keep him. As his last
O'Neill, Director of Adult Education.
one cvcr encounlers. Someone has spollen of the ~lay ~ major part III th~ proJcct: addrcss was thc colony nt Ches·
catastrophe of success-meaning the capacity sue· The Canadlnn company ~111I snp~h hil'c's hom!', I.c Cmlr!, In HampThe name of the mo\'ement is an abbre- CI'SS has of puifing people up with pride, ruinin~ the planes, some tcchUlcal eqUIp' Ishirr Cheshire solvcd the prob·
viation. It stands for Hcalth, Hcart, Hand them with an abundance of good fortune, Dnd making mC.n! anrl thrce mcmbers of the i.'m 'rollr:l~COII,I; hy underlaking
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10 t~nd Ihl' m~~ Ilimself, learnin~
and Head. Thcse tcrms in their application thrIll fcei that the power of achievrment ahidrs flYlIIg c~ews,
II'holll'
in
themsell'cs
The
'ruth
of
the
malter
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The
am'raft
harc
heeu
outfitted.
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nile II'ellt
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to a youth mO\'emelll nced no explanntion.
that no one el'er succet'ds apart from the efforts WIth canll'ras~ 1~~gUC(O~lctcrs .?r I alol1'!. TiI'is paticnl's happy last
'l'he 4-H objecti\'e is to de\'elop in young of others. And, of course, the capAcity to slicceed mmcral huntInh and ladar s~s· i months of lire saw the hirth of
thl ng, \""e ma), say th at .
al)pl'oachcs !('hrshirc's drt~rmllJa\lon
- . to plcd~e
people II healthy understanding of the 'IS, "" ('od,dl'\,"n
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p.
lIe sue· tems for . cUllltollrd
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eceded
b~'
the
work
o[
our
own
hands,
hut
God
g~\'e
and
lal~lhn~s
111,
Iloor
we.athcr.
'hims~lf
~o
l'elicl'e
thc suHering
world thcy Ii\'c in llnd the things that are
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hnnels
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fornnto
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Other
needed to li\'e wcll in that world.
\: earn for .snceess
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. .fh'.down
. ti,e ra, I coast
1 .'01.HlCllI'l'I hI r~ came I0 I'I\'C ntIC'
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our I
The delegations now in S1. John's for a careful when once you hal·e. It car. he tenilically SOllt1~ Amcrlca to Port Sian e~ 10, and in limc it hccamc Imo\1"n M a
the J'"lllklanfdtql'
1 - ' P tcr 'home where discarded hllman he·
"pecially conduct cd tour of the capital come dangcrous.
r,eala~r42'l'cal'.old
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IOn who
IS ~has ings could l'c.l<al~
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from many parts of the island, from l<'ogo
llcd three 'ex editions to Green- ancl ~111l th~lr hl'c, .'" peac.e ~ncl
district, from st. George's, from Bonavista
o' I d
p
comfort. "rom 11m hcglllDlng
North and Trinity North.
an.
AIR "lAPPING
~mv t.he Mission for ~he Relief Q[
Sucrerm\! and Chc.hlre has nnw
They are made up of a happy, intelligent
From Fori Stanlc)', the aircraft started sel'en sllch homes. each
and healthy group of youngsters who have
will go fo Dcception island, 80 of ~hem looked aftcr lly a warden.
PHONES FOR INDIA
specially earned Ihis novel vacation and
miles norlh of Graham Land, to The homes reccive no government
(India Information)
will reLurn to theil' homcs with a much A pI'mlnction target of 73,000 telephones and join the Ilxpeclitlon's 900·ton ship, pranfs but arc helped by donations
better notion of some of the things that 40,001) automAtic I.'xchan~c lines has been srI. by "Olul SHIl." which will sen'e as nnrl thp inhnhilants are encouraged
til hI' ~s sl'lf·~uppol'tin~ a~ pns,il)le
thr ~ate,o\l'ne'11ndian 'l'clcphone Industry nt Hnn;:n· operation Ilf'ad'lllartrrs.
make Newfoundland a going concel'l1.
A helicopter. fI)illg Irom thc ancl to <10 alllhc,l' can to look aftpr
lore for 195fi·57. The Iuetory, which is the first
cleek, will C'IIT.\· gl'ollml, par- tlH'III S rll'rs nllll cach olllcr.
4-H is a fine educational movement thal s:ate·owned . industry to he slarfen In inclepcndent ship's
India, also aims at nmllu[acturing in 1056·57 fiO ties 01 surl'cY(1I'S, !'lIgillCCls, racial' Bi~C trlcl i.-ioll ',:,mcI'as rrcrn:ly
reflects credit on its local r;rganizcrs and ~inlllc·clml1l1el cRrricr 'equipmenl, 20 thrce·channel and radio tcehnil~ialls. The slIncy· \'isitcd Lr ('(1l1l't ~ncl SoW Chcshire
deserves support on a province-wide scalc. carrieI' equipment, and four 12-channel carriers.
1l1'~ will I':.tahlbh a Iwtwork o[ ;;nll the pntil'l1t~ he help~. Sipphrn
gl'llund control (Joinh upon which flbrh, intp[I'ir.lI'cr for the BBC's
---!.-:o:-th~ ·air mappinl: will he ha~er!.
"Lnll!llIn Cnlling Asia" programme.
THE LATEST IN PAftlS
Deception isl:1nll Is ~ ring o( 'Personal Call,' yi5ilec! him ton !Jut
(France Actuelle)
Want to finn a hotel room in Paris? Thal'5 cliff~ wme 1.500 frl'! hi~h, around Ihi, time af Amj1thill in Berl[ol'd·
going 10 be as ea~y as coffce anll croissants for a ha~hour which is Eel'cn miles ~hire. n 101'ely ei~h:eenth century
Abitibi Papel' Cotnpan.v has just follow- breakfast. When you arril'e at Orly alrIield all ,au long and six miles wide, 'fhe 13· mansion h"nded over by the Na·
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the example set by the St. Lawrence do Is hreeze }last the lIenlal French custom man, ton aircraft, moored in the har- tional Trust which Is one of the
~ '..aper Company by announcing an increase walk up to "Hacosy," and push Its buaon. Thll bour, will be taxied up a slopIng Mi~sion's soven homes, Friends of
of lava ash [or malntcnance CheshIre i,n Tnllia have now become
'. Of five dollars a ton in the price of news- lights tip a chort, giving you up.bthe·mlnute Infor. shore
matlon on the number of rooms empty In the city's and fuelling amI 7.000 square leet interested in his ideas und have
,- print. This will bring the price in New mDjor hotels. Choose your hotel. and head· for It of steel plate will be laid us a opencd in Kodaiknnal, in Southern
York from the present $126 a ton to a new with confIdence. Or perhaps I~ might be beUrr to sUp-way.
India. a house run on his lines.
Jce,lIoes sometimes enter the II,persunal CaU' will be heard in
telephone flrsl 10 make lure the room will be there
hieh of $131 a ton.
(or you when you arrive from the airport. "Hacosy" harbour and when this happens ~ollth East Ash at about the same
The newsprint manufacturel's were hit operates throullh robou placed In eaeh hotel, which the Cansos .will lower their wheels time that Cheshire himscll arrives
,quite hard a few years ago when the Can- automatically feed the InlormaUoD 00 available and land on ft 7oo·yard runway be· there ~o give initial help to the
.Ide the base camp.
organization.
adian dollar, allowed to find its own level, room. to the airport chart.
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POLO STYLE PYJAMAS
Jersey knit, nylon reinforced, pullover style
4·H Clubs
Late
Sailo
The sleek
the green A
Levis, one of the
\ish harbours,
the convoy was
bringing them
Hitler's undersea
ann.hilation, the
The Con'elt's
Lt.
t aII, 11alldsomc
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berts stootl l1S
grimlY into the bl
chilly night. :>UllU~""
alarm sounded "Bat
1'lJe wolf·pack of
b cn detected, they
I e for the kill. 'l'hl'
n II rang fo~ ful:
grap
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and the LeVIS jll
front line o~ Ihr .
the wallowlIlg 0111
rusty old tramps to
Bnd be 011 the
blinding sickening
torpedo found its
\'cercd wildly from
came to a shaling
wounded. hcr bow d
combcrs and 0,' her
ran~ out thc
S;li~," o~'crdde
II
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top with knitted cuffs and neck. Pants havt
diall Crew 311'_'
\'il'ors of thnt galln
camc hael;. WJ' her
ficcl', Lt. ;\[anucl '
,lid cool, bon: t?
that hour of pCi'll,
thc fine qUlJities
him as a saliu"
the name 01 a
. foundlander.
~Ianuel RobNI,
bcen born tn Hoc ,
plca~ant felloW .
Ihe easy grace of
letc, he semed to .
II'lwn quite YO!lnl:
taught the \\'3\'S of
tl~c wal'cs. UI~ L
John Robcrts r.: II
c:me of a 10:1;:
and fishermen.
Old Skipper Jehn
5tilled in his sans
01 the sea which
el'cry Ncwfound
particular. is nalU
rador !ish~rm~ n
l\orth.
~Ianuel Robrrh
Braokfield, B.B.
were spent in Ii"
I'C:'y young m:;II.
Mc. he sernll',l In
tr~de when' h ,,; ,
m.tus, II!' lI'a::
Olficer of thc !'.
In a .holt PCI«,rt
10 ~'ir"l O!fil·(·I'.
po<ition with I},p
World \\'ar 11 ho
lIc quickly l"'('
\\'il h thl' HopI
RI:d was lJ("t~:
l1~IY patrol (:.tIl:'
\\ (is
a:,,,ig:1lcd
II
l'oInadian Con'cll
the position ot I.
\orped01:d by ••
off the Il'bh c.:
this ordcal an'l
to His ;\Iajcst:'s
elastic waists and knitted cuffs. In two-Ion.
shades of grey/wine, gold, brown and I~ghl
blue/navy. Small, medium and large SIZe,
4.65
"BANNER"
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,at 0 thers Are saYlng
English fancy striped winceyette.
Sizes 36-42 ........................................... 5.30
6.50
Sizes 44-48 .... , ................. , .................... .
English "Lavisca", fancy striped.
Sizes 36-44 ............................................ 9.95
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Size 46 .....................................................
4.50
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will ever read_
STRIPED
FLANNELmE
NIGHT SHIRTS
by "Warrendale"
Sixes 15·19 .. ........ ............ .........
3.85
Newsprint Prices
,n
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November
the amazing
great gamblc
invasiono--how
the wealth of
U-Boats to
Ih'e long years'
gold coins,
bars, lIand iiV!'
"'orth of
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hidd911 in mu.....
Get your
Digest 'lUU" " - - _
sr. JOHN'S,
N'WFOUNDLANA
TIHlHe~DA~l :!.Y! NE~W~S~,W:!.:E~D~N: .: ES: ;DA:;.:Y:.:.,
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"The reill1ar monthly meetlnll of
This paper does not Illume any rcsponllblllty for the opInions of
the Felldlen Home Ind School As·
correspondents.
en eman ::~I~~~ ~~:b:~ac~O~~. T~~~~~~~
SaI~It.d\0r
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UNDERWEAR
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NO SECOND CLASS HIGHWAY the former on the longer trips
'hl'
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notified, I. ulual. throunh
News,
Businesssince
carsdIstances
will notwilloperate
1 Lc\b IS 11IIchedI andf j;huddered
1 Thas "'ere
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Dear Daily
Sir:-There
has been slowly
have
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':\1' ~!"l;I':1 ;\II:lIltic 1'01 CI'S u~'st o~'el' leI' ore.cast e.
e the school and a fairly large num· refercnce made over the last year to be covered with m6st economl'
. l;I~;. ('l~t' of Ihe e:;corts hcrdll~g bIg supply shIps to E?g- ber attended.
or 50 by Government olfici~ls that in time. A filth class .road. there·
almost animate that late fall e\'emng. The President; Mrs. A. B. Per· Newfoundland cannot afford to fore, such illS the Topasil Road. I';
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" ' 1 ' neurin!': the Irish roast and the navy was lin, In her opening remarks, drew build a highway to Trans·Canada would be a lailure Irom the starl.
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the attention of those present to s l'li tlon
d th t modif'
and would cause a lot 01 serious
,...... :_ :::1'111 through III spIte of the luftwaffe ami an interesting series or lectures troc:s
to
highway accidcnts.
;; >,~::, \inti!'r:'l';! ~l'ol'pins; the time was Hitler's war of to be broadcast over the CBC Net· this Province to put In a 10\\'er We cannol sHord, therelore, to
:::. ",.;".:,,11. the (\iI\' of the supposed Nazi supermen.
work. commencing November 3rd. cost highway.
,have a sccond class highway, and
Winter's on its way . .. now is the time to select
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officrr', .j..... ".' "':""""'t" ':,,' :
and dealing
the parent end of
If, and when that sectIon of the it is jusl as well to face Ihat fact
· ;,::ll';' ,.:ll! 1.1. ~lanl\l'1 \In.
I the parent pupil team. The lectures Trans.Canada highway be "modi· now ralher Ihan to be requirer! ';,
the underwear you require fa keep you wartr.
•.... ,.""\ "" 1I":l1<"h ane! prrn'e!
wlll he b~ Dr. S. R. Laycock and flcd" 10 cut cost it will he a very to spend additional large amounl,
"', ,,', '1,' 1l1:'rl;lh"s of that
1are hcartlly recommended to all expensive econom)·. Here Is why (or luture widening, cutting I
and comfortable. We pay special aflention ta
r '.:';l :::;::1 .
Ihr ship's
who have school age
When this highway is paved and grades, and bringing curves up to i
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The balance of the meehng, as open to traffic speeds on it should nation's standards.
r
our men's underwear deportment and carry
.€
'",,::.1':'" "f 1;.Bo:lts !lad
was previously announced, was be either Cifty or sixly milcs an
Yours truly.
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conducted .by the teachers of the hour, and will have to be at least
BUSINESS.
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every ~tyle thafs wonted and has merit. Now
~"i,,: : ... ~;:. T!ll' ;hip's telc.
College, WIth Mr. Anderson In the
Is the time to select your requirements ... sizi
I .. :•• r.':': "." full n'\"o!utlons
chair. There were five speakers
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"0'1";"'(1 down Ihe
' from the faculty and the subjects
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range ;s complete.
"I 'II(' ('II11\"{')' IIrgln~ :
and Individual speakers were as
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and
follpws:
The twenty·eight delegates from
."r \\.L I' ....
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pll~iti()nf
Testing, Mr. Grant; Classroom
4.H clubs from three tlistricts in ~
':;'" ,.n "'1' ,.Int. Thcn. In a
Problems. Miss Halfyard; The
New(oundland who arc visiting SI. ,:"
I ..",;... '" ;"."in" monll'nt. a
PhIlosophy of Education, Mr. Hew·
John's lor Provincial 4·H week be·
t.'.~:.,"i"
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thr l.cl'ls
son; Lat In In the Schoo,I Mr.
One 0 f t he grea t es t b
005 ers
0
gan their fourth day yesterday with I~;l
;,:,.', ... i ".:'.' h,m h(,r rOI1\"~c ami
Frcnch; Industrial Arts, Mr. Hum· big game hunting In this provinc.,
breaklast in the Bille room at the I ~;
DelUXE COMBINATIONS
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bcr.
Tourist Director O.L. Vardy met
Newfoundland Holel.
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I The parents had becn told that with a pot of hard luck this week Dr. Florence O'Neill director o[ 1 1:1
Stanfield's
best
quality finely knit all wool comr ,,,;1 : .. ,: il ... lit.\" reeling lIed;s
ian Interesllng evening was in slore when he took Pete Barrett, Editor
Adult Education pre;ided. Miss I ~;
... .... • 'H' lir,',uld ",\lIandon . .
I (or thenl and thcy were not dis· of True Magazine into the woods
binations in a medium weight. Buttoned sty I.,
Daphne Pratt, dircctor o[ Health I ~
~'.: ":.'".:. ,~,. \\cnl hl'r Cana. i
MANUEl.. ROBERTS
appointed. The keen attention. ncar Glenwood on a ~{005e Hunt· Education wilh the Depnrlment o[ : ~
long sleeves, ankle length. Sizes 36 to 44.
II :I,,' an!(o\l~ Ihr ~\lr. I
~vhich was given the different sub· Ing trip.
Hcalth was also a guest for the' ~
., . . I .... \hlll hand whu \ 1
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Back in Gander yeslerday Mr.
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'.xam 11a '1Oil • whIch
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Price each .............................................. $ J0.20
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Of. f'.. \'~l on :is .
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came from the assembly, at· Vardy said that the trip was a meal.
Thc opening o[ thc assembly at Ii
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I I teste to t e ntercst aroused by
an. 0 g game was seen an 9 a.m. in the Board Room or the ~
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t c speakers and the general op· 0 a
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e par y Deparlmcnt of Education was pre- ~
RED LABEL COMBINATIONS
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Icft its mark nn his onc, nlon was t at this was a meeting was? ge 0 0 e up m a camp sided over by Dr. O'Neill, and.;;
Heavy ribbed all wool combination\ that ora
',,' !:,' Ii;: !,:.(', Ihnt mark('d 1wrl
. '1' . e!'1 . I f "
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which most o( those present would at \\aIls Lake (or lour da)'s be· Rev. Fr. J. L. Lacey, gave the i ~
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',i ,.. ' 1\ ,,,'Ihl' to bear. '':-' l ,III
Ira.~ IY I' ame. I l(' not care to have missed.
I cause or the recent hca\,y fall 01
children the message lor the clay. Ii;
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soft, worm and lailored to fit smoothly. Button.
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~t'w. nl"lIt5
~. nf .SI'anl,lI1!:
. .tIe
' resl CS5.
The usual refrcshments were ' 511011' In th e area.
Children taking port in Ihe. 'f
; ... ; .... "
:llc,I\.ln g ()(ran "nd racll1ll the At scr\'cd at. the conclusion of the
But this had not discouraged ~Ir.
competition for National 4-11' ~.
• .1."1.1. , , .
lanllc gaIl'S I har!
his meetmg.
.
Barre tt'h'
k
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ed ~tyle, long sleeves, ankle length.
, ..... ,.' 1:'.\)1" i. '"rlllrd til 11:11'('
f I weakened
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\I 0 IS ma Ing a mOl e of
week, which will take place later :;:;
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~.::. 1:"'" I" ,'i:t' 'ra a likrallic ~trrngth all(, Ig llc1r t 10llfl11 Id The next Home and School As· big game hunting here and today this
Sizes 36 to 44 ...................... .Price each $7.50
year had their demonstralions ~;;:­
.".
. •m(1I"l'11 wilh \1"1'
"C'II', •'Igo
. head ror the
•', .... ..1!"I1,," wh(l
,.. Iwo '1"
,'f Ie was'I oree
th soclallon Meeting will be held on he will once agam
judged by ~Irs. E. Mawer, !olrs.!;{
0
iI~ "f a Iraineci nIh. lIn ~1l110f losp'ta 1 1' a f e~g. ~ ThuI"Sday, November 17th whcn, country with the hope of bagging R. ~Iurrin, Mrs. Goundrcy and: .~;.
Sizes 46 and 48 ..................... Price each $9.00
:.. , ;.,: _;~.::,.ti hi Il~\"l' far \tl gil :)lrl"IOC
II'rl st anI pro edss on~ among other mattCf5 o{ business, a moose or Caribou. Mr. Vardy
Mrs.
Scary.
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~c\'crI oncc
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l tl' espalr the ExecutIve
hopes to be ahle had to call 0(( the hunt because
After Ihe judging Ihe delcgales :ili
• ,',., ,',.1' " '. \' (If I hr \\'inr\~ ann I<'I an ('I omen e J' a e 115 sum· to have a committee give the par· of his committment to spcak at
divided up inlo project groups,: ;!
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I' l t d I h ents attendlDII a resume of the a meellng o( the ExplOIts Valley
MEDIUM.WEIGHT COMBINATlCNS
those interested in agriculture and ' ;;· '1 \1,.1',.1"1 l.' 111"(1(,1;[11'
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RED LABEL UNDERWEAR
d as or
I ea,
I S Pe f'Irs t two 0(D r. Laycoc k' 5 I('ctures, Ch am ber 0[C ommerce at Gran d
woodworking went to thc Govern· I~
, .. '~ "r " I,,')': line of sramrll I n(,l'ehl' ra IC( all • als IRI Dive tY c· which are entitled "ScIC Under· Falls tonight. Ironically enough
Stanfield's wool and cotton mixed com~
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!Iem CI' sun Silleac s as r a y s "
h
b'
f ' dd
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. ment demonstration Iarm at i '" Heavy ribbed all wool underwear that
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'11 'I t lila ucl klle\\' standing and "The Bossy Par- t c su )ect 0 hiS a ress IS saul Mount Pearl, Mrs. Goundrcy look IJ will be found ideal for the outdoor work. 01 er IC t Y • In
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binations for fall and winte.r. Buttoned
, .i "kl,'i,,.r Jehn had rar,!
I In. I and loved so much, death came en sc e u e to la e place on 0 e Ig" game un 109 In ew· the group interested in Ioods and I:; er during cold weather. Long sleeve
1"::1l'J i" il' '.11\< Ihe grrat lo\'e Ito caJl for him al Ihe early age November 3rd. and November 10.th, foundland.
Mrs. A. Ryan looked aCler the \ ''ii shirts, ankle length drawers. Shirts sizes
style, ankle length. Choice of long or
I' ,',r "" III\,rh I~ th~ part of lof lorty.nine ,enl'S, Icavlng be. the. commencmg hour not bemg
--.---clothing p r o j e c l s . j
36
to
44,
and
drawers
sizes
36
to
42.
,.e:) \,',doulldl:llldrr alld. III 1hil1l1 to mO\l1'll hIs early passing dcfmlte.
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All children wcre supplied with I ~
1,
short sleeves.
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10 Ihe 1:oh. a Im'ely wlfc, Ihe former Helen . The good
at meet· JJ
packed lunches, which were spon· iI"~ Price per garment ....... .................. $4.6fJ
:: !~; 1.,.,::"),, II of Ronal'lsta Burden. of l\krrymeetlng Road, mgs so far thiS fall Is most en·
sured !Jy Chalker and Company, I~' Shirts sizes 46 to 50, drawers sizes 44
Sizes 36 to 44 ........... Price each $3.70
::'1.
an IIlled fath('l" two brothers and
and Indlcales
and staycd at their \'ariolls pro, I ,e. to 48.
'.1.1'.:1(.1 I!(,hrrl, \\"a~ horn at ia 110St of friends. Those of us who cst bemg taken In the ASSOCIations
Sizes 46 to 50 ........... Price each $4.65
jects. The agricultUre and wuod· 1;:1 Price per garment. ............ .. ....... $5.50
f."'k!":,1 n U his ('arl,
iknrw !IIanuel Hoberts 11kI'd him acllvlties. Parent. of Feild Col·
working group slayed unliI 5 p.m. .
BLUE lABEL UNDERWEAR
, 'r :""It .11 II-hlll:( hoat. a~ n i!or h~ was a !!k~ahle fellow.
liege boys, who have not yet en·
.
.
Those intercslClI in olher projects
Same fine quality in popular no bullon
,". ',,:;I~ !\I.n. lw jilinI'll tllr ~
i\\ullnt Ph'as'mt Ct'm~I~l'Y saw rolle~ lor this season, wJ1l be,
MONTH OF NOVE~IBER
Stanfield's best qu,?lity all wool, two
.Irll Ihe Deparlment 01 Educalion
!'" '.' ,lIll.,1 I,) hal"l' r~r tn go. a ~acl I'ortelle Ihe Sunday nCler. i heartily \~elcomed It the NOl'em·! L-Maior H. Pilgrim.
al 2.30 p.m., \'isited lIIammy',
piece nderwecr. Short sleeve shirls,
style. Ankle length. Choice of long or
t ..:.' ..... '.iI. h., llI:lrkl'cl :,hiliIY 'noun ;\lauu('!"Hllhel'ls was laid to bcr meetmg.
2.-Canon A. B. S. Stirling
}lakery, and relurned at 3.30 p.m.
piece underway. Long sleeve shirts,
I . ' .•. ',:;,'1 .. ,,," (li,t;lIlllli~~II'cl 1"I.~t. The alltumnl ~()Id and dim
3.-Rev. A. Barrelt
to continue the work on their pro·
short sleeves.
44, drawers sizes 36 to 42.
. . . . " II ." ... ,nrnt 10
of the sllllthsil!e hills scrmed to
4.-Maior C. Hickman
jeC15 until 5 p.m.
,....:- ' •. '., ' \Iwel(' a !iN'Ulld !shed a sombl'!' hul' 01'1'1' the hal"
• • •
5.-Rev. R. !tIercel'
Sizes 36 to 44 ......... Price eacll $4.25
Dinner, sponsured by Sleers ~ Price per garment ....................... $5.00
I::., .: ::.,' :-;. S. Sa;:olla and 'hollr walel'S as if thry too mOllrn·
(Continued from page 3)
7.-Col. A. E. Dalzirl
Shirls,
sizes
46
to
50,
drawers
44
to
48.
Ltd.~ was ~erved to Ihe delegates :.~
.. ! 1".,,,.,1 lIa, n!ll'an('rd 'cel fill' 0111' IIOW gonc who 100'ed ~Iontreal. was
In eharge of a I B.-Rcl'. S. n ..purchase
Sizes 46 to 50 ...... ..... Price each $5.00
at candlelight restaurant, and the i ;;.'
P'flee per garment ........................ $5.85
!' .' 1,:\1" '. 11I"('\I)lyil1l\ thi, old Of'call ~illht.' and sounds; but branch at Moncton, and worked as '\ 9.-Rev . .T. Aym
group relurned to the Deparlment I;;
: ., .":,, I:,i' llailway whrn the ]"Ilsllini( willd~ sweeping down a junior assistant at Headquarters 10.-Rcv. D. S'. Patcl"son.
,of Education at 8 p.m.
! ;:
A.C. COMBINATIONS
' .. \;,:. II
thr. !:recn
nf "Iount Plea- In Ottawa before she was RP'! It.-ReI'. F. VIpond
Mrs. Muriel McKay ~a\"e Ihem ::
'!r " .. ,.',.
hi, serl"it'rs sl'nt seemcd \0 whisper a 50ft pointed
direclor of the Mon.112.-Rev. S••T.
'a short talk on "Beltc,· Speech lor ~ ~ These are probably Stanfield's most popular
. ':")""
'RNlllielll !:il"inJ! the consoling Ireal branch, where 8he ser\'ed 14.-Rel·. n. M.
i :\ell'loundlanliers," and Ihe resl 01 ,;~ combinations for fall and winter. MediumJ i .
:." I"! 10 Ilalifax Iloin~ and t'lllllfur\!n~
. m'Slll'Rnce II latat l or 3 ),car5. Sh e wu IPPOIn
. Ied t0 16
lll.-Rel'.
R' JR. IIo. 'Ina\'le~
K'
iIhe cvening was ~pent learning' ~ weight, ankle length. Choice of long or short
.... ':"i (~";'. [n:tll t:wl'e he lunl: lasl 0111' !I'len
. d IHiS IOUIl d go (rom "on
'I Irea I tOil
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e\. R. S."Shc 1m d
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awa an d17
IO:k dancing and fiinging songs. i ~
l .. I,. !~',,,I " Iii, ;\lajcsIY'~ rest rrom all hIS
. su ff'
take over th e work u d'Irec t Or In 18.- RCI. A. \1. Oldrppar
eflngs.
roday the delegates have more' f. sleeves.
\ .... .'1 '. 1'", \:'11 I.('vi~ ."oIul held
I' f I J
1946
.- c\'.
.,
I interesling visits and tOUI"S ahead i i Sizes 36 to 44 ................... Price each .$6.30
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was
Witll heads ho\\'rd wc stood In C lie
anuary.
. 19.-Chap. D. F.. SchroebH
1101' Ihcir. ~I'cek ~r learning all: ~ Sizes 46 to 50 .................. Pr;ce each $7.60
!. Ot ,:., ,I II\" .' (;rI"Inau L'.Jlnat solemn ~ilencc as CaptRin Gor·
As director of the order, MISS 21.-Rev. E. Williams
, about tralDlDg theIr hcads to dear-I ~ Same fine quality in popular buttonless style.
(: t: .. 1: .. :; I ,.,,1. HI' ~lll'l"i\'cd :down \\'al'l'cn of I he Canadian Livingslon has 5511 nurses and 117 22.-Capt. A. S. pritchett
er thinking, their hearts to grcat· ? Sizes 36 to 44.
t •. , .. ,1,.1 :In-I was lall'r po!led [.rgioll fol~oll'l,!1g the service by branches 10 oversee. Two 01 these 23.-Rev. W. Langille
er loyalty, their hands to larger i ~ Price each ............................................ $6.70
t. ii, \;"Jr,t.·s emadian Ship \1 nC\·. F. E. \ IpDnd of Gower branches are In
Newfoundland, 24.':"'Capt. Thompson, Botwood.
,
Strect United Church, read the and she says, there Is room here 25.-Rev. R. R. Babb
service. and keeping their health ' "
Two piece suits of the same quality, Long
soldiers' and saIlors' ritual, a for further expansion.
26.-Major E. Hutchinson
ror better living.
sleeve shirts and ankle length drawers. Shirts
rrlmson pOppy fcll on the slowly . All nurses working with the 2B.-Rev. J. Goldsmith
sinkIng caskct, we said hall and order are graudate. of a recogniz· 29.-Rev. V. A. Smith
sizes 36 to 44; drawers, sizes 36 to 42.
farcwcll to one of Bonavlsta ed hospital school of nursing, and 30.-Rev. J, Goodland
_ Price per garment ................................ $3.70
LED THE WAY
:\ol'th's fincst sons who, in the are regIstered In the province In
NOTE: II you find that you
Ferdinand Magellan made the
battlc of life was a gallant fight· which they work. A large prop or· cannot fill your position nn this first voyage around the world in ~ Shirts, sizes 46 to 50; drawers, sizes 44 to 48.
Price per garment................................ $4.50
er nnd a gcnti1:man.
tion of the nurses have taken ad· list would you kindly arrange 1521.
dltlonal traIning. To make thld for a substitute and/or contae!
MEDIUM-WEIGHT UNDERWEAR
training possible the V.O.N. Na· Rev. S. J. Davies, 6 Forest Road,
Stanfield's fall and winter part wool un.der.
tional Board awards 150 bursaries so that "Morning Devotions" may
wear. Buttoned style, long sleeve shirts, ankle
of $7150 each for graduate nurses to continue uninterrupted through
help them take post graduate train- Ihe month of November. Thank
length drawers.
Ing In publlc health. Thl. policy you.
Shirts, sizes 36 to 44; drawers, sizes 36 to 42.
L
Mr. S H. Morris, of the Avalon of helping the nurses In their post
Price per garment ............................... $2.70
l 'fdrphonc
Compuny Limited, ycs- graduate studies Is part or a broad
WITH
Shirts, sizes 46 to 50; drawers 44 to 48.
I
I terdav stated that Ihc company's policy to attract trained peuon·
A!llhe Gold 01 BritaIn
I
Price per garment .............. .................. $3.30
: lun~ 'term expansion program Is n~1 to the work or the V.O.N.
WlI Smuuled To Canada
f.I
services.
i progrcssing ~atis[aclorily.
PENMAN'S COMBINATIONS
~o\'l'ml"r R('ader'~ DiJ:l!st trlls
~Ilss
LiI'ingslon was Im'es(ecl
l'lnns of the company are to up
Well. known Penman's qual i !:!, finely woven
The
Gow~r
Slreet
Senior
Auxil·
I'IP '",.Izing story of Churchill'~ the number of lelephoncs in the with the rank o( officer slst~r or
iary
of
the
Woman's
Missionary
ANTHONY
IHSURANCf
~'"I ~:Jrnhll! \\"\:('n he rxpcded
fleece lined combinations wilh on extra heavy'
. cit \. fmm 30.000 10 60,000 and to the Venerable Order 'of SI. John
;,ra-i,," . how he smus:;led all
Sociely will hold Its Autumn
fleece. long sl,,( ·/e'·, cmkl;' length, they are
Ihis end the company spent $1,500. or Jcrusalem last Friclay at
I~e W,·.lllh of Britain past the
,.
000 on their expansion program Rideau HaIl, In a cercmony pre- Thanksgiving mcetlng at 8 o'clock
I ·!Y,al~ to Canada, how (for
on Friday October 28. in Gower
, : ideal for outdoor workers.
Sizes 36 to 44 .. , ............. Price eoch $3.75
i !~
hlr I()n~ years) 50,000 sar.k~ of , !lurins the present season. r'ul'ther sided over by the Governor Gen· Street Leclu"re Hall. The guest
[old '"(Jins, lon.~ of pure gold expansion work will he carried out eral or Canada, Hi~ Excellency speaker will be Rev .•T. A. Gold·
Sizes 46 and 48
......... · Price each $4.40
h3Jl<. and fivl! billion dollllf8' I during the ncxt two )'ean when it the Rt. Hon. Vincent Massey. This smith of Queen's Road Presbyter·
I, SINGLE GARMENTS
"Huh of i'Ccurities were secretly ' is plilnned 10 expend an additional rank was bestowed on Miss Livings· ian Church and the Soloist Mrs. C.
ton
In
recognition
of
her
assistance
$2,000,000
to
$3,000,000.
The scmll high G;J"lity fleece lined shirls and
bddoj/1 in ~lol1treal and Ottawa. \
in revising the Home Nursing Neaves.
drawen. I.ong sleeve shirts, ankle length
G~t )'lJur November Reader's
CO~lMON SENSE
course for the St. John Ambulance
Dlrt'St loday-here is one of the
drawers.
A person holding a child should Association.
Intl5t ullusual true stories you
Sizes 36 to 44... . Price per garment $2.20
not be smoking-(alling ash may
V.O.N.
services
In
st.
John's
II"iII cI'er read.
burn Ule infants eyes or face.
Size 46 ........... Price per garment $2.70
have been established for the past
thre yearl, and the financial cam·
MEDIUM WEIGHT COMBINATIONS
palgn now In progresl Is to help
Mr. John P. Trahey, who was
Penman's part wool combinations in a meddefray expenses for a service recently appoInted to ~erve as a
ium weight for comfortable fall and winter
which asks a nominal fee for bome Magistrate In Newfoundland, was
nursing from those whQ can pay, sworn In by chief magistrate, Hugh
wear. Long sleeves and ank!e length. Sizes
and often gives Its servIces for O'NeIl yesterday morning at the
36 to 44.
lower than cost to those needing openIng of the Magistrate's Court,
Pric • • ach ..............................................$2.20
care but unable to contrIbute for and sat on the bencb with the
The Dominion Coronet Policy will pay
the service rendered.
. Magistrate throughout the morn·
III your cstateAll the Depolltl you have made plul
Inll 'sesslon of the CO\l1't.
Police made an arrest for drunk·
Ihe 'ace value of policy plus. DIvidendi
leU with the policy-If you die befort
en drlvlnll at 2.111 thl. mornlnll.
The Baluchistan states of Pak·
85.
A young man whose car Wal .top- Istan now have 10 girls' iChoolB,
Let's talk nbout this new and unusual
ped at the junction of Queen's against three in 1952.
snvlngs plan.
Rd., and BOBgan St., was taken
WELSH HYMN WRITER
J)JAL 2135
TRADE SUPPLIED BY
Ann Griffiths, who died In 1805.
Into custody and wIll appear in
was one of Wales' most celebratc('
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Court today.
liymn writers.
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INSURE TODAY.
Autumn Meeting
Gower St. W.A.
R.C. A.
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The first Canadian Rraln ever
B:Jood Is in
sent lo Europe WM IIrown at Port
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which
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THE DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY. OCT 26,1955
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By Ceean'
"ASTRO.GUIDE tI
CHIT -CHAT . COLUMN
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Present-For You and
Yours . . . Negalives aspecls
fade and finally ¥anish by mid·
afternoon. This is I good time
to gel wishes granled, People are
approachable under current radio
ations, and respond 10 requests
if they are made tactfully-and
with a little f1auery Ihrown in,
Socib-· activity under favorable
radiation in p.m.
ARRIVED HOME
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Neal, Water·
ford Bridge Road, who have been
on hoUday In Boston, Washington
and Montreal, returned to the city ...
by the express yesterday.
LIlT FOa TOIONTO
Major and Mrs. A. Brewer, reo
lIred Salvation Arm), OClicerl who
kav. been on a vblt to St. John's,
lelt hen b), the exprell Sunday
to returD to their home at Toronto.
DuriDt their sta)' In the clly they
wen the Illata of Mr. and Mrs, MUSICALE
A mu.lcale and sale wlll be held
E. I. Tucker. III PennyweU Road.
at Gower Street Lecture Hall this
evening· by the Young Mothers'
nOM GlAND FALLS
Mr. F. Thome oC Grand Falls Auxiliary oC Gower Street Church.
b at pztMnt vblUnl the city on
LEFT FOR WASHINGTON
buIIDaI.
Mr. Jobn Lindsay, Falkland St"
left
here' yesterdaY on a business
nOlI FLOWU'S COVE·
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Genie, trip to Washington, D.C.
and Mr. and loin. "lie Genie of
flower'l Cove, are vlllUnl St. GUEST SPEAKER
Jobll'l on a busineu Ind hoUday F/0 Anita Keats, who Is In
trip, and" are reliatereil at the Newloundland with the RCAF on
.rawnadlle Hotel.
public relations work, wI!' guest
.
speaker last evening at the regu·
eN BOunAY
lar meeting of the Business and
JIisI ZlIIe Tlbbo oC Grand Bank Professional Women's Club. Miss
arrived In the city Monday on Keats, who was born at Argentla,
IIoI1da, and Ii staying wltb Mr. and later went to Nova Scotia
Ind Mrs. C. Gilbert, Hoylel Ave. when her family moved there, II
wit~ the permanent foree of tbe
and Is anxious that many
nOM WOODSTOCK
, RCAF
Newfoundland
girls learn of the
lin and Mrl. G.Sacrey of Wood·
opportunities
Cor
tralnlna In mal1¥
Ilodr:, White Bay, are at present
occupations
offering
to them In
'llsiUn, the city on business.
Ihe RCAF. She leaves here today
to continue her work at Corner
nOM SYDNEY
MIsI Jacquelyn Stewart 01 Syd· Brook.
HY, N.S., who has been vlsltlnl FROM FORTUNE
friends at Gnnd Bank, arrived In Mrs. Harry Lake of Fortune ar.
Ibe cit)' Monday and is vlsltlnl! rived In the city Monday on her
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cranlford, way to spend the winter with her
I Cheltnut Place, bc!ore return· daughter, Mrs. H. Lurt, at Toronto.
While In the city she Is staying
to S)·dney.
with her sister, Mrs. G. Sparkes,
III,
LEFT FOR ST. CATHERINE'S
Mr. Ind Mrs. Reuben Piercey
lelt here by the express on Sun·
da1 on an extended visit with their
daupter, Mrs. E. McNeil, at SI.
Catherine's, Ontario.
• .uONIC DELEGATE
Mr. Reuben Forscy, buslnus
maftllff of tbe Grand BanJc Cot.
tale Hospital, arrh'ed In the city
011 Monda), to represent Fidelity
Masonic LotIle at Grand Bank. He
11 representlnl Mr. Fred Tessier,
wbo "'II unable to attend.
Fight Fatigue
With . Cat Nap
Today's Recipe
Between Us
Women
Leana's Orange
C~ke
Future .•. Outlook is that
within 25 years man will circle
Ihe moon via salellites. Before
the year 2000, the firsl human
b~ings probably will land on Ihe
surface of the moon.
1 cup butter
1 cup brown sugar
2 eggs
2 cups flour
1 cup bleached raisins
1 cup sour milk
By RUTH' ?ULLETI
IT'S IMPOI\TANT TO GRANT
CONCESSIONS TO CHILDREN
Past ...
The Hartford ICon.
necticut) Courant-{)Idcst United
States daily newspaper still 'n
existence-was first publish~d
194 years ago today, October
26, 1764.
The Day Under Your Sign
teaspoon soda
Rind and juice of 1 large orange.]
ARI£S IBorn M... h 21 I. April 20) LIBRA (S.pl. 23'. Oel. 2l)
Letting children grow up and Cream the buttcr, work in the'
AJ~l('tt. Ife much bfutr in lour chan I'tcl'l~ ~a)' be hr2r1~lfon~, JO )011'11 J.:..t t
now. )OU ('In pick Ull whtn )OU ItCa t? US! 1!lpI~m'cy .to ~rt )'OU, "'y. \'o~'11
leam to think for themsdves and sugar, beat until cream~. Add
'Inll It I' 1IfOrtii II.
off .nd makt U11 for losl limC'.
make their own decisions IS largely the eggs, well beaten, the soda
SCORPIO (Ocl. 2110 Noy. 22)
TAURUS
(April
21
f.
M.y
201
a matter o~ the parents making and sour milk, then the flour and
Don't be- f'nviom .,r Olhtrs. ....OU e:n ~rt"tj$:t' it. on. the u",rrnd Jflrl br.dl .
concessions.
orange rind, which have been sif·
.accoml,li~h jU'1 IS much if ,'ou If), aI limit. Contact Important PfflO11 rll car:
fulrill Ihl wish Df rOUts.
'
hurl &I tht)' (~
Wise parents handle this conces· ted together. Add a little at a
SAGITTARIUS
(No
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1.0
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111
sion.making by sticking to their time,
beating
between
additions.
Add th
..
d t
. to
GEMINI (M., 2110 Jun. 211
1trnlUU' leans )CU 'Hilrt
gllns in Impor tant mat(ers an d
e ralSIDS an urn m a
non'l II< n.i" ..1,... mon,y ;. ,.n' Rfhrf from "tlU
nm:l I c:lan~r Do
giving their children leeway in less, well greased square c<lke tin.
mn,d. I(rcp 1""on.1 .nd bu.; .... mal' ,le,'rtHqJ.
)Omtlhin~ difftrtn1 torby.
.
important Issues.
I Bake in a moderate ovcn until
1m ,nliffl, "1''''1<.
CAPRICORN 10••. 22 I. J.n, 191
A mother and father of a 14· done. While still hot, pour the
CANCER {Juno 22 10 Jul, 221
You.' cbarl i~ If.Ouhlr lor j:rlll' f: II.
cear-old
daughter have il ..~reed· to!I juice of the orange over the top
You m.yin I,,,,
10 do • ~ilh
101 .r)'Our
runninK
~
.:Hound
c(;lTln~ctioll
job. Itnllun, t!lo~lally In Ihc r·m. J)o 1"-1 ~o
10 ror sc:fish ends..
let me decide whether or nol they' of the cake.
T.~, ,m ,,1,,1, on Iran....
AQUARIUS (J,n. 2010 F,b. III
should oermil her to wear liPstick., Editor's nole: This is a delic·
LEO {July 23 10 A09· 221
1JDi1lJ1tdH!'d~ )tlur her. Jnd fT~';rn t"..
That Isn't for me to decide. Bill ious cake and it will kecp for scv·
I "!",n. !""noon hoUri I>t _i.Lt.. Mix b1fortbrinK
l'rocndinJ:. \'ou'U "'f lH.:t !.I·for
cartful ftOW.
discussing their problem may help eral days" Given a chance!
' :~~~,. (\!~~·1i b~nl~i'::I:~~ n,w '''Iu.inl.
SI ngInit I 1ar J oanne Glib crt shows one of llcr favorite beauty
. to k'face II
l\IORE RICE
PISCES (F.b. 19 I. M".h 201
treatments: the fcel,uR nap. lIer dog likes lot, 100.
them and other' parent,
I' VIRGO (Au 9. 2ll. S.pl. 221
.
' and a sen ~I.hI e approac h II this
business
of
concesslOn·ma
m~.'
~I"w
d,r·"",, '0 ol~rr r.lk, .",'
'I
'"I ALICIA DART
lmposslble
V
d
d
,,\I "
I'!OIII(m (,an di!l{att )t.J, ., It
According to the mother: "Ollr
enezuela in 1954 pro uce 31..
mor~ tn:,ur.' .r II"ir '·'Orlcom,"~I. \"ou "onC'y
'.1,,, "10,1, "Nlon. around m""nl'
B
Weariness, being just plain tired, 10Jhe
of
.
. daughter is beginning to take pride 000 tons of rice.
meeting
, .. onl ,I.,.!. bt YO"",:
.d.",,-I, .. pr<,rd.
is one of the chief beauty problcms .
5 tano er Vital ald. Thl'; in her clothcs, hair, etc. Now we domestic demand, agaanst u,200
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most of these woman have dis. IS e en nap or th~ short pcnod are faced with the problem of tons in 1947.
covered that even the most artM of, Iyl.ng dowli durmg the day. whethcr or not to let her wear
,
of cosmetics, the
becominll of ThiS IS not the time to. sort out lipstick.
actually a harmless thmg .. So if I
dresses and the most drastic the day or try to organize tasks "She is one of three girls in her parents can o\'ercome their Ob',1
efforts can't make them look ahead.
,be
over cor. I class who do not wear lipsticll., ject.ions to it and let a daughter I
beautiful when they're bone weary fee or, tea: ThiS IS a tlme to relax The other two girls arc younger I deCIde for herselC when she should I
Portugal Cove Road.
This kind of fatigUe effects th~ and smk mto the floor or bcd and I than she is.
start wearing lipstick they are,
_
outlook it makes the eyes look' untense.
"\ recall how I loved those first really making only a minor can.:
WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
tired i't cuts down on enjoyment Very well, \"ou 531', (or Ihe un·1 tubes of liostick of mv OWn and, cession. Yet It is an important
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dicks, Clr. i of e;cn fa v 0 r I t e pastimes. It I ha
But
havc tll'O, \ lI'ant her to be able 10 ":car i one for the Ilirl who is, taking the;
cular Road. are today celebrating I causcs stress belween husband and I chll(~'en and a house to run ..What lipstick likc most of t~e other girls., first steps toward g~o\\'ang. up.
' ....
their 34th wedding anniversary. wife and takes Its toll on the child· I then. Most nonoehool
Boys Show Herd Instmcts, Too
\ As Cor the f,ather s
thatl
The)' were married at St. Thomas' reno It can IinaJly appear as real take a nap cI'er): afternoon. Try :'Her father, h?l\'c.ver, says. lip· the trouble ":Ith
,IS that
Chureh on Oetober 26th, 1921 by sickness-aches and pains, head. \ 10 get all .the
on the same I '.lick 10ll'ers a girl In hi' estlma' they all be
IS It reall), true
R . A CI .t
'aches and upset stomch.
schedule. If pOSSible. and take 1 tlon. When she argues that a\ll that teen·age girls are more sheep·
e\. . a) on.
.
your period of lying down then. \ thc other girls are lI'eanng it he I like than teen·age boys~
There are maty ways of fight· 1 A favorite way to do this is with sal's: "ThaI's the trouble with: If the father wiJI took around at
FEILDIAN LADIES
,ing the baWc against fatigue,: the fect up. Ballet dancers often i women. 'nley ali must DC exactly i the crew cuts. the jeans, the pink
Thursday
at 3.15 the Man{ have been discllssed in
I do this
beCore a performance.: the same."
; shirts teen·age boys are sporting
Felldlan Ladles Association will columns as being the first line oC, It rests Rnd drains the hard.worked! "Eren though he feels Ihat way i he'li sec Ihat the), are as mucll
meet In the Hayward Memorial the battle for beauty: well·Citted I (eet and legs. If you're the kind: he has ag recd thai he will abide' one of a kind as the girls. U's
Room. As this Is the last time ,the shoes, good foundation. garments, who can take a real nap, by a\ll b)' your decision."
the age. not the sex. that makes
women wlll meet belore the an. enough sleep., economIcal house· means do it. But if you ean't I Weil. the lipstick problem I, one i being Jike the others and doing
work, gO~d diet, adequate break·! sleep, jllst relax with the fcet up i of those minor matters. While it, like the others so terribly import·
nual sale, which will be held on fasts, aVOidance of worry about the for as tong as you can spare.
means a
deal to a girl it is ant.
Nov. 2nd, a\1 members are asked
- - - -DRAKE
--------By .STANLEY
THE HEART OF JOLIET JONES
to do their best to attend.
1
"II.
I·
t~re
mo~t
,proces~ a~mg.
1I
\'irtllall~
1
~pcrcd.
)"~u"
kl~s
aft~rnoon
thcs~
chlldr~n
~.r"y
AppIes and Marshmallows
Make llallo,ween Treat
Th~t c~n d~ne
1
I
saYI~g
:\"O~en
all~e,
Ju~t
I
"SmNG CITY
Mr. and loin. Donald Tibbo 01
Grand Bank· are "Islllni the city
and Ire the lIlutl oC Mr. and l>lrs.
Lloyd Ve)" franklin Avenue. ~Ir.
tlbbo II a delelate to the Masonic RETURNED TO U.~.
contention.
Sgt. Cal Meyers, who has been
stationed In Newfoundland with
the USAF, lelt here yesterday to
ROIl nOAL BARBOUR
return to the United States.
captain and Mrs. Rlcharrison
alld son Michael are visiting the
c:11 from Shoal Harbour. Captain R. C. M. P.
R\ekardlOn II worldnl at the reo Mr. Samuel Tlbbo, of the RCMP
",til' .tatlon at Shoal Harbour. at Charlottelown, visited the city
this week, and left here yesterday
to Ipend a hollday with his moth·
er, Mrs. Aaron Tlbbo at Grand
\'E'I'UAN
! Mr. Samuel Andrews, war vet· Bank.
.-an from LaScle. II at present In
... elt)' to enter the General Has· GENERAL DEALER
@!al for treatment
Mr. and Mrs. G. King, general
;.:.
dealers at Harry's Harbour, are
'
at present In the city on business.
.S1NESS MAN
~r. C. R. Newhook, bu!1nels
~ from Jackson's CO\'c, II at ARRIVED MONDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patten of
~lfnt In tbe elt)' In the Interest
Grand
Bank arrived In the city
~h11 Clrm.
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For Wednesd.y, Oelob,r 26
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'?"Firmer support with !!.! binding I
~reat
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THEY'RE SPECTACULAR LOOl\I:"IG as well as good eating. Trf
these limply.made Kabobs for • Jlalloween special. event.
I cook-they arc crisp and coo; la·
BY GAY~OR .!lIADDOX
sidc. with he skin and oUlsidt
Apple ~!arshmallow Kabobs
lightly blistered and cru!tr, Thw
'well wilh toasted franks. Tl1ey' Kabobs may al~o be done on Ion I
seem perfect for the Hallowcen . ~I'lcner forks, over an. open lire QI
party suppcr, We Icarned aboul, In Ihe flrcp,.acc. tOI'" ~ ,prwl
Ii.them
in the state of Washington treat, try thiS Apple·l her'! De!,
.: which prides itself on its red De· ,crt.
tf
lidous apples,'
,Applc·Cheesr Drssrrt
Th en rnake th ~ bII It er. P unlit!
s
Monday and are visiting friendS.! tient at the Grace Hospital, Is \
pulp through sieve. Measure 5 \
Apple Marshmallow Kabobs'
(6 scrving )
Mr. Patten Is attending the. much Improved. Mrs, Wiscombe
cups Into a very ~arge sa~eepan. Red delicious apples. marsh· Fire cups apple .,Iirr< ,~mj';
Masonic convention, which opened and their son William arrived in
APPLE JELLY
Add sugar a~d spices; !I~IX well., mallows, dnnamon, granulaled I lablespoun lemon )lIlef, ". CG,
. .
•
I Place over high heat, brmg to a sugar
sugar. '. tca,poon Clnn:l:n')lI. "
yesterday aftcrnoon.
the city Sunday and arc register· : 5
' ru~1 rolling. b?ii, and boil hard 1 To ·prepare. C{lt rcd delicious, cup Sifted flour. " tea'PQnn 53i:
ed at the Brownsdale Holel.
I 7'"~u~s JUI~~, lbs
_
" b upIS (I' 'd"')' sugar.
I mmute, slirrmg constantly. Re· apples into wedges and removc '. cup tablc Cat, 2·3 c.:p gratd
,1
ott d
e IqUlk
frUlt.pectm
··
FROM NEWTOWN
,
S
. . . I ~ov~ f~om h~a t an d at o~ce &t
Ir I seeds.
Stnn!: apple wedges on ' cheesc. .
.
.. econ , rna e the. Jell). lllx lin hqUld fruit peeln. Skim off I metal skewers allernately with Fill pie pan or shaltnw balin,
Mr. Boyd Way, business man BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
Happy birthday to Master Percy I ~llce and s~.gar m saueep~n., Coam with metal spoon. Ladle marshmallows. Sprinkle apples dish with apples; sprinkle ""\ .Ih arIt·
from Newtown, arrived In the city
t'
heat tndl
quickly into glasses. Cover butter I with a mixture of cinnamon and man juice and cup of the ,ug ,
on Saturday and Is registered at Roberts, Station Road, Brigus, who t ace b
Is Cour years old today Greetings 0 a
,s
cofns .ant y. . t at once with 'Ia inch hot paraffin. granulated sugar Slide under the Mix cinnamon, flour sail. a:al th!
the Brownsdale Hotel.
. .
once s Ir m Iqul
rUit pectin.
I
'mmutes
.
Ih " u uQar l' It " fat
AT GRACE
from all his IltUe friends.
Then bring
broiler for 3 few
toast 0un I mix urep .ISs granu
. 1ar,• ."
S':r;l"
'h to a full.rolling
. .boil T
. ' 'marshmallows
and tinge thetoapples
d
His many friends will be glad
Happy birthday to Baby Kena an bOil ard for 1 minute, stlrrmg
ouches of wool kmt as tnm, ..
.n
kl
f i amon cheese. Spread oyer
jljke
to learn that Mr. J. R. Wlscombe, Rideout, Station Road, Brigus, constantly. Remove from heat,l appear everywhere this fall: onl IIlth bro.;h frec I es,
c
tl in 350 oc"rees F (moder;;t •. nrr,,'
of Creston, who has been a pa. who is two years old today.
skim off
with .metal spoon,!
coats. lIfa.kes sugar.
e app e lie
until apples arc' tender-chn'Jt 40
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qUickly
glasses. I snug fit at neekhne and cuCfhne.
minutes. Cool before C\l[I1::, Il
I'
Cover JJelly at once With 1·3 inch I
serve. Sen'e with plain cr~am 01
hot paraffm.
icc cream, if desired.
,
APPI,E BUTfER
How long has It been since vou
5 cups fruit pulp
'cleaned out your handbag? 'No
I
71~ cups (3\~ Ibs,) sugar
doubt it's time to remove the con.1 If.a IIDolien swcater has shrunk:
1~ teaspoon. allspi~e
tents, eliminate about hall of them: nothing ml~rll can be done ao.out It. 1
I, I teasPOOn cinnamon
brush out the lining and restore I ~(oweyer, If ~hmnk only sh~htly •.
I I': boWe liqUid Cruit pectin
I
he _
things
you
It canwater,
be corrcctcd
by soakm~
m!
__
__
_realll'
_...:.~nted.
____ cool
then gradually
slrctch·,
ing it back to shape. If you hayc :
a cardboard outline of the original •
size, so much thc better. Pin the:
sweater to the outline. stretching:
it gently. While it dries, continue:
the gentle stretching process every"
15 minutes or so.
•
WHEN
"0.
Todais Recipe
o~er I~h
bfl~g
t~I, Irl~m~d
p~~r
foa~
1~
I~lr '~tC
m~o
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dresse~, raincoa~.
gc:~
~
app;e~,
' Housellold HIOfit
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TEI.EVISION
• DON'T SIT TOO CLOSE,
":: Play.ex· High Style Bra
I
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::: The custom.styled bra
with the exciting results! Rich
" ' ~~:emhroidered cotton ~d nylon eurve y~u to today's raised,
,;:1'OUJIded look, StratfBlca11y placed elastic ketp& you there
~ Dever binds or hitch. up. No matter what your size or
:;. in.between.size • the fit is fabulousl Wehes and dries in
:aW , •• holds its shape II beautifully as it does youral
~~o ironing necosnry. At your favorite department or
~apecialty ltore. In pure white, lizes 52A to 40C
0 0 0
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DIIndo.. buy"
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,. DON'T STARE CONTINUOUSLY,
• DON'T THINK'YOU ARE IN THE MOVIES
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Real Cows'!
HEINl PRESENTS
When you use
.AVOSET, you're
using real cream
from fine
dairy herds,
sterilized to
stay sweet,
for months.
,
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• DON'T PERMIT DARK SURROUNDINGS
• DON'T LET" YOUR SET
GET OUT OF ADJUSTMENT,
Avoid eye strain and also get the maximum
enjoyment from your television set by followIng these 6 simple rules.
REDDY KILOWATT
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THr: DAli.Y NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 1955 .
INew Lipstiek
Dt. Jordan
Answers
,Case Carries
ITwo Colors
,
. II\' I-:ll\\'IS P. JORDAN, M. D.!
. )IOS'I' IWFJ-:C'I'lVt: DRtlGS ARE 1
)'Ol'ES'f AND SIIOUl,n BE
u:mn \\,ITH DUE CARE
I
Almn~t
ILingerie Wal'dro~t
f
:
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any drllg whirh l8 8trong·
I«'nnllgh to be 118clul also posl~ues'
It Goes to Dates, Office, Campus
BY ALICIA JlART
: Here's a neat gadgct'for a ncal!
! purse, It's a Ji!lstick that's' really!
two lipsticks. One tube goes in I
each end of a double plastic con·
tainer.
This means that the gal \\'ho
likes to change her color. of lip·
stick when evening comes can
carry bolh. colors wilh her \\'~th.
out having two case3 rattiJng
around the purse .
, 11I'0IWl'UeS which enn haH' harm· I
, till (II' unpleasant effecl~.
, Q-What harmlul e{fccb can
romr [rom the prolonged use 011
'tlrxedrine sulfate tablets? Willi
This eosmelic acc~ssory, made
. thr)' cau~e In~anily?-~Ir~. J. B"
hy a well·knllll'n manufacturer
A-Thi~ dru~, Hnd tho5e which:
come. individually coior·matched
are relatr.1 to it. rxrrt ~flme stlm·!
lor hlondc~. rctlhcad~, brownellcs
ulalill~ aclions nn the cenlral ncr'!
and brunette,. The caw r.omes
I'flll.' ,)',Itcm and ha\'c Ihu5 been!
in iI'ory and golf! or lorloise shell
1I.'rd in "rrrtain conditions charBc"I'
Ir"ized by men t a I depression.
and gold,
Thr~' al"o act on Ihe stomach. re'l
This produN
i~ also cllstom
Ihlcin~ thr rrnsHlion or hllnger
made (01' thosp gnls II'ho r.m·rr liP
I" ~Ilmr eXlent. and are Romc·
a 10(l,l~rgr upper or Illll'rr lip b)'
timc.' Ils~d as an aiil in hclpim.:!
IIsillt: a sli~h\I)' it\rrcr~nt ~har.e on
In maintain a ri~id diet. nexcn·1
coeh.
rinr h~~ sollie olher d!rcts .. It I
t·~n. [ul' rXlmplr. t'au~e a tem·,
l'"rarr inrrcMe in the IeI'd oC
';CI'('
hland ~ugal': It is not :1 recognizer!
t'll1<r [01' i"sanill·. Siner, it is a
:
( \ f\
o;'j
pllient prcpamtion. it shollid not
t'll H·'~w:.
I h~ IAken Cor a Drolunged period
j
'u'llr,', thr ]l a tic n I 13 clo.~ely
. ',' " Ill", fi"II.·\, i, thi; lI'atch.rd h~' a physician in case
,.
",';.1 ,,,,,hlOnc:1 Irnllli unrlc$'rabl~ rlfects devc\l'p.
. I
"::". ,': \','" ',W;!l'; .. I glllll"!
Q-[ hOle jllst readyour Hrtlcle,
:
" ! ,,: .; ;\",:hll~ 1I,,;ll'S> ~11l;' abllut ~om(' peoplr 11110 ~cem to
l;'"
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: enjay iii health. 1I0w~l'er, Ihere
I SJZES UP TO 50 can· jufry·;,'ew ,I
:., ;".:: 1':1I11"',\i<lI'I'\' taIlS.; arC a br~e numbrr WM are un·
a wonderfv.l lin:: e ric want. ! i
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makin.. a Inrlunntc in thnl thry hAI'C reol
I robe from this ONE pallel'n! Em. ,!
. ...• ,.. ,'; Hi IIlell,', ~lIl" I "h)'~iral llis~hilitic~ and their rl!'
i broidery·trim 4'gorc olip. chemin ':
.: ....... '.;·\.',i..I\·I,'• l'L'~l'S
1"11'I
. lalll'rj
all:t frirnds will delHlt
in,I
: and panties! All p;'oporliuncd
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i peei,lIly .lor the larger iigure, • I.
.. ::,d' I., ST . .lllll:-\'S 11'1'1'1' l'i~hl in IlI'liIt1in~ li~c actunl i
I 1111 the:
k
Pallern 4.;1i: Wr,men'3 Si7.cS 3~,
" \'; y \ ; :,\~.
tillll'il'illlid Art~· :tilnwnl;, . \\,h.\'" nol wrilt'
:"". ,;" Fi:H:'iT Sl'IlU:'l', \\'ESl'; u:IWI'
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A I,.jIlt·
b , .. I IIII' Iluc~liail·:-E.
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11.\'1'. 1'1'1 lit
"Iainly Il1n '- u[ I01'
e I(',·e.ll
('I'IIC to mn III
'e I
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1"1 1.< Ihe
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yarns
J9·mc.l;
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explaill alc'jlccla
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\'Al'd': panties tal:c 1"
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;un
til go bal.d, COI'dllro),. an elcvant, hhtll·hshion Cabl'il' thIs scasnn, aho has H 1 stressing ribbell look. Slim sheath
flngrr·t1p jackpt with rur
Embroidery Il'ansfer i.
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.youth[ul look. We ~I,ow ,'1 I,"rr ill 1111·rl·. )'Ollll~ 'Ir".,I'dIIS frolll the
labrl'c [I'nl'n d '\'1"1" wale cor'luro" app"ars again (rl'ghl) In ca"llal
,\ n"'I' "3'.· bv a l"c'll knO"11.
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fl'nl'llt't, rm.' rlan SlIrln dtrr hI.: tll.<chal ge from. handw o( )'ounl(
corduroy (\e[1l is 1I5ed for
clothes 101' caml'us wcar by habel Dobson. Bermuda slrostr are
maher holds two t'OlnTs 'tn ,CII'. i, trsted I"r lit. IIHS
!" .. ll'i':,'. ;COl1' \:" lOY, an,l n(1I'c!'\ the naI'Y.-:-!llr" /'"
,
separntes willi a "rllrl nir.
by
Cor teen·
1\'orn with
woollersry cardigan and pullol'cr. fartliJtan
at Ihe sallIr lime. fl's an aid
"Iete
in,ll'ucllon.; .. , ,.,
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2:, Ocenl, ["I' )'(o1lr eop)'
IS a
i ngcrH, HOOp neck blollse II \\'ol'n with full skil'l wilh al':al'hctl cum·
has collar Rl1Il binding 01 Ibe
GAILE DU(iAS, NEil.
10 nrat purses.
.',;; I,.'nded,,! honk 11011', You i coudillon III which the
Inrrbund. ('orlluroy coR\mnr by Aline Klein Is wiele wale (rentrr)
E!!ltor.
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CE:-\TS (3.;
.,'" ',n:lt !,' orrlcr eHl'y M,ign usually of the
b,ul
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1 cr.nts) In
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rls('I',hrrc. I"II~ cui In ~Jlots, prr.
!'treel from Rroarlc,,~lllll! lIou~r'l r.cccptcd) for till' p~lte'". PI,nl "
hnps 1':11'.\ in", in .izr or a nime:
I),all".
I
IcnwII juil'c; 3(hl .to'
'seller \\'uld be I find tlwt the The building i; still there 31111 pl"inl), SIZE, :'\.\)1 t';,
,
tn Ihat 01 a half doHal'. Wnat;
,,!l
: III:'c,:nl mix; sill' In, ma!;e a .1.'11
lan~nlg
Langham lItei. the \'cry ~ymblll ,~ti\l callcd Ihe L:lIlgham bul 1)011' 1STYLE "'DlDER.
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,cnll'C~ \Im I~.,
' . tin ' 1
, '.:. HI'lI,h Rn 8'111<"1 . 1'111"0 nllld
0(
com
Illy til it has bcen lumed illlo oliiccs; I S I I t AX"F ~ J1 \~. s:
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,doi1~h
\J - . vfortamI
' respect. b'I'
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Inn! pitn
1',1111 mrltrd
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crJOII:\·!'
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h I: 'fl. The hall' 1I'":1lh "rol\',
sOl'inklc
""nerollslv
wilh Three of L"ndon·. brsl·known d"1\ I.SI
IIeIPIOVIIICCS
ST ••
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a cr a s '
1 C.\S BE Sri\RKLING
Ilrmon'sugar. Dil'ldc In \lllir parts rrs\amants. Fr ..
ill Oxford i and
IS.no. more. Even peo· ; manu(aetul'ing firm and half:
Depl,
rnOX.T fREf;)'
Q-l. a dark. lliscolol'ed stool a'
• Co • -.
A
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i alld shape ea('h inln 12 >mnll balls Street, nomanro's in t he Strand, 1pic II h h:He .Iel cr been to Lon, 111Ouses-part ill 1l1c BBC itself'l" EST, TORONIO. ONT,
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drfini\r ~ign 01 canrrl' :-lIcader.! I ~h\ •.\1 :-\011 • ~ .DI~OXN' III .Io'igh. Line mold lI'ilh 2 rows and Pagani's :11 Great Portland I dOll know. the Langl1am by re· ,including til(' heads of its over·
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to l,t"k at a
or, A-Trsl.' fOJ' blood should be ,n
rccgll,) .t,Llf· CIIS'. o[
12 in ea.1l row) 10
ha\'c l'lo,ed during the pulc. pronded they arr readers ,seas
:\l1d many of Iheir
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1,I1'm firsl layer. Brush. \\Ith halC last few
Thc reacons are lof lhc
Holmes arlvcn,! staff and a number of olher d{!·
l • (I 0 srIlO,,, NIIIl?", Ihe mclted bulte," prmkle l\llh'
, IIl1e,':I1;>I '
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lIe III
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t.
.1.H h .:
",r
lemar.ks tral't s h011 II( \.Ill'
o[ the hrcak:a!'ts II'cl'e Ollt. •
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" many bul thc·r mnollgsl Ihem is' UICS,
. lin tl10SC d'Iscreet ,
TIley carryon lhe
wor
So
>(~I'rc
p~intin!!
a
table: ': :~
k of this great organisation in
.'" • "\t' V!.1l'e !Il t,~e Ilrl'SI'" Ii\", SOlTl'I'e 01 t,hr ,b~cecJmg. fhN'e arc! standir~,
11,1',lf t,he rcmalmn:: lemun·HII: .. r Ihe fael thal Pi'ospcrous Caeloric- :and ~o!Jr.t· portals that the King l
gOlld trick 10 <implify the I: ,1: o~
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'\tfllcr :tli. 1.1 1; ha".,
i
Swill an:1 l'omnanl' ,cn r,l an
arc willing to pay high prices fo; ,of Bohcmia stay cd hefre he went :
that aI''! >lilI VCl'Y reminis· painti~g the legs is 10 in.;cl't.
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"11S" tv e [bl'cakl it n -I'k Ihe
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'to nearby Baker Street to con'
fit I" d
'II tl '
" on': ".u 11I1Int 0111 Ih .. ; thr
al'h. bllt
whrn it
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:10 minutcs or IIn1il IighUy broll"ioffices in cenlral London and rc"
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Hl e ul' rooms WI I
large tack part way into Ihe' 1l:17
1'11.';11 I> 10(1
or the kit· occllr•• requires Immedi,lte follo\\'· ,
can
ned. TIII'n
dOlI n on cooling 1staurant prop!';ctors find it cas,
Holmes
thc maehmat· IbUlll·m hot H;1d cold wash baSinS 10m of each lell to raise (he t::hlr
r'.,
up to find the
.
.. 1 IISlDes,. ,
ad ba cd
If
"!th ,lCr 10 close their reslaurants and
of the beaullful Irene Adler. iwhich are a bO?1l to the s.laff.
olf the floor. You can then swer-p
III (., .. I:"C. )ou'lI notice suehl Q_[ ha\,e
arlh,'llls'
palll.akc,,!
Il1l1le stili
J'or convert them Ir.lo offices, living
\\os. from the same
Iwhether a sCllIor or JunIOr o(fIC' up ~nd down with long, smooth,
t'" .. ,-hu' \Oll dnn't need to com. 3nll ha\'e bcen told that somponrl G~ b
G
'''IIJI t d
pl;"n ICing. melt logelner ~~ cup como(rlnh[y 01 the proceeds or !Captalll Morst~r. myslcrlOuslY dIS' 'ial uses till? room in which the brush strokes,
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I" kl ra am
ell:
ozen, conle"lioncl's'
'''n Don'
, of growing grey ·appcared
d
I ' Kmg of Bohemia stay cd is not
College coeds Who like to wear.
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wIth t111~ aI.ment ~101I
('''' I,em5-1
che I diameter)
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~.' 1\,. "':'sp
S'tlle rent• Inne.d
as aiIll'C
u ct athe sn'l
..
. ' milk, oC ent collag~ ~hee~e or
One -c~lpn un~if~cd gl'aham or nllik and few drops vanilla.
Ibefore their time through worry. Igular affair of \lIe Sign of Fur. known, allhOl,'h Sam Pollock angora sweaters amI eoilars haVe
a lllJod triel:. TI1ey put these f/uf6: , .
, "':'",.,"
."[,
WhJ.1 i:i yOlll'
whole whent liour. t cup Sifledl
'ing over t1lC staH shortage.
liThe, Langham
a htcIl'broadeaSling
Ihe BBC's Korl!; prcllics in a refrigerator (if One
.. . :', .:r:.,\III.ts I.r
\ ; 1" th I' re
nOIll', 3 teaspoons b,king powder,
PAm'
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until the Sel:ond World \\ar. and American Sen';cc, .ays that hc
be found available on the cilm·
.
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r~. a . ,. thft c! 'i teaspoon salt. ". Clip hroll'nl Lalh.. Halle wife of cllndnclnr' Bul Ihe saddcsl blow of all to ,many famous people slayed there ·him·elf user, "nr of them when can
pus)
for a few hOllrs before weGr,
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I ith ~ma.c
t ems "s.:
un i snnnl,. 1 r~j(. I.e
rn rll.
Char'rs
liard'Tail Ie
urJlIng
nosta I~.I 'lI'ilen they came to London to :,he types
his
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IIC' rU'('ums
•. II b
t l Clip· Sir
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, . .Halle was• a greal II IC Ed'
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e
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OOt S 11m
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" milk ! 3 table
. I' dlcd
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kill
Ihat mo~te, ftortOl'~
wouldi'
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~'poon'S melted Shllrlen''i 1'10. I"tnlsl 11'10
in .
1911.
'ea 11 y t 0 L011 cJ '.11 ait er a In~ ab. ,hroadcast, as It is .lust across the I
,Home,"
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~::d ::n::Lil,~, c~('iling
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-AI?pecl~ al'r~~:1
h(lm~
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peCI1I1~r
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de;;i~ner5. "'e~turcd
drr~NIII
somellmr~
IIb~lantial p~~sage ~'I SA~lrU.~
~IEAI,
-~
l,~ng;1
rX:lml1l~1
bl'~1ctnc' m~n)' pnls'lb!lIIl~S'l ~Ihrrr tl::~n tC;~'
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thi~ ~ymptom.
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tin.:, ycar'.~I' rv.g~.,
~1\)le.!r! ~\
eall~c.
rh~lImatold
am'r~
ha~
Drsl~netl
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~IPsi"e.
.:PP~' II'ae~ ?~d,
pla~n 1.(·I,n~
nd'·lce~-~[rs.
e~eeptional!
cOl'dur~y.-B)'
"em~d, ~!aze
I~·arm.
Th;~ p~tlcrn e,,~>, ~,r. ~illl;l1e
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il!u~tra(rJ
:r\ll~TY.nrE
COI"~ l~I~lIltls c~nr.~\
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scati·~
ball~ (lI~ing
.~
Iip~lirk
. I.011(Ion
,h~llIer
.'~' e~cl~cr.
~k
b~~~~~st':K~~S;,potalo
Womcn'~
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d)'rd,to.ma~ch
.,'~
inciudc~,
ahoard~
)·ear~.
P~~~rD
service~
Sherlod~
,~ult
I~ons,
:I~
abol~t
a
B~t
~ole~ th~t
i~
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II ith a pcncihlim en· elimhlate milk, m!lk pradne\' and: In~iix tn~cthrr :rahnm liollr, ail,
,"" ""Il!, ch"IJ'1' a [ullel' cHt Ibal rll~~ [rom the. dlct o,r. a person purpo,e i1nur, bilkin J\\'der, ~81t·
'" ·'II\C,,,./,,, I·.ilh y,,"r frelm;~.
with rhrllmlltnld arthritis
" ' and Sll~al·. Comhi~cP r:l!, mill;
Q.!..h Ihrrr a tr>t Ihat ~holls II
d h
.
St"
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'Ttll'J(, FRrrr
. 11 r' I cnls?-~[rs,' nn ,~orten:~Il •• Ir.an «I flY m~·,
111
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s a person 15 a e gil' 0
i relh~nt~. St!r 1o mix only. ~f),
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1~I,rlll' "c pear. S. T.
,nat beat, Fill large ItN')) mlllfin
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. In n"man tlllle~.
II-Salutions ran he millIe Irom ' Ilan~, r~1 hbcd I\, II h
slorlrll,ng,
nne·,
, .• y
-1'-\:1-'"
"r
('rftat 'r· "at cl'ntirr Ill' I':;! h::ir, whkh' hnl! {1I11. Bake In a hoi ol'cn.
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Ior 20 10 "',
0- mill'
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he, • 1'1'1 .!I'd 10 Ille
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SUlIk".1 gro\lcrs l'l,l)rcl Ill' the
, '"':'• lH'"" I'·'1('''~ IllltnlCll
! II 111'""'lfic' II <II a III' shllIY lIill'lher or not I Imporlancr of «Iran~r~ and 1l·mon;·
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rnl n
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.
I al1rl'~l'
\l'a~
prc~ent.
,Ic;r Ie
~I e ,
':'-' '·',mp~:1~: __ ._" ...._--\,ny Irmon,pollpy srrd coUee \'lngs,
ora n1!c blo~som roli ~ a 1111 Icmon
drop rin~.
,
I.~mon Drop Rlnl(
I
L~moMu~ar: onr·third ~u~<lr.
, lll'ated prel 01 1 Icmon. 2 tahlr·'
, spollns su~ar. 1 t:tblc,polln grated;
lemon pel'i. 3 I'UDS bi.cuit mix,:
l) cup lI'atN·. ~ tabl~spo,\n., I~",f)n
juice, 3 tablespoons mcltrd butler
or mar~arinr..
I
i Make LemOMu~al': Mix slIaar!
, and pcel lo~eth~r antI ~el asi~e!
IIntil n~ederl. Mix ~1I~al', ~ralr.rl,
".,·t','· p:lr!,\' ~("L i:1at :11''' Fhlrrt
lemon peel and hiscllit mix to·
11' \.'(' fashioll·cnnsri(lu~ Ini,.,
t(e~cr in large bowl. com~inc I
r;··· ::C'.'· ,1.,,11" in ~hin~' patent
:r:.t!'.cr with ;.ltraf!live dctailil1l1.
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LITTLE
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TRY OUR
BAKERY
.TREATS
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Child~~~:~T~~zzle I
O:\!: HR."'}' CII.\R)I.:RS •.
.' l"Ili:,ocd [nl'oritcs amOI1K
",:::., minded misscs .. upper
Ir.illlllcd with white. lor
extra smarlnc!$. CompositiOIl !"Ies alld hcels. Sizes
~~~ -l~;
12'2-3,
delicious • • •
CAKES
DONUTS,
JELLY
ROLLS
PLUS
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01\0 '41
•. NEAT
II
STURDY
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HOIISehold I~'11j>':l' ~
;parlment~,
room~
!ce~t ~
!ul'vi~'Cd a~
~ll'SICAJ.
6~.
NEAT ONE STRAr Shell
with eompclilioll solrs and
h('('I~. Slyled with aUracth'e tlOl'al decor on vamps.
Sizes H\l-12i 12\~-3.
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'3.95
BREAD
IN CELLOPHANE WRAPPER
• STYLISH
ON SALE AT YOUR
FAVOURITE GROCERS I
Harry has lots or fnn Ihooling
animals with his camera. If you
jOin all the numbered dots to·
gether, start.lng wilh dot number
one and endin, with dot number
fortY'elght, )'011 will have the pic·
ture of one J! his vietiml. Try!
)'our paints or rayons on this;
pIcture,
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THE DAilY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 1955
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Chigago Blanks i:~I:'G~~o~;a~:tl
Doby To White Sox
,
Toi,ln
World Series
h
&
B
b
-0
2
For
C
,·co
us
y
Boston
. For Second I
TIe
'h. ,,,',,,,..
I;,::;~yr.f.~s."]l:.,r;::. Hockey T--' ea'ms, Take, Dea'd'- A·lmj" In Be,g' Player Deal
t1l1n~, At Del rOIwl" S' Seven -Year, Run' S~x'
~to'a~OI'e
5Ucc~ssor
~carch
sca~ons
~nd
Fer~1I50n,
lIy JO.: BRADIS
PITTSBURGH (AP)-Hanelsomc
I .Ioe L. Brown, son 01 lamed movie'
,
I'
,
comedian
Joe E. 01
Brown,
became
general manallcr
the pennant·
ST. LOUffi ,,"-G"," A' R,'.! ,h,k;,
rtiislered his lirst shutout 011
'LIDeup~
world sertes.
I
Hockey Leaj;ue ~ea· Boslon - GORI: Sawchuk; de· "The .lob, of COllrse, II ,ft g~eat'
l! n kTl1fsda)'
night asBoslon
Chicago
Bol\'in, Armstrong,
me,can
butbeI met, Itsaid
!s
Hawks blankecl
2.01i Icnce:
Laycoe,Flaman.
Quackenbush;
forwards: challenge
a challenge10 Ihat
inlo a three.way tic (or, McKenne)', Bonin, Labine, Stasiuk, the 37.year-old
10 Branch.
t. ,
place with Bruins and New \. Gardner,
Tessler, Cos. Rickey Sr. Brown s contract for
Rm,m.
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D,,'"
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c
'[' one 01 (our
home Chicago-Goal: Rollins; defence: makes him. one
youngest
shilted to 5t. Louis by Fogolin, Stanlcy, Mortson, Woit, lop executives m tale major
;
5.6118 fans saw the I
lorwards: Skov, Mcintyre,
.'
handle the Boston attack
Watson, Sullivan, Les. RIcke)" who wlll
In an
'I':th pl!f. It was Ihe Bruins'
WIck, Sandford. Lltlcnberger, Wil. advisory capaclt)',. WIll
as
•• 4 !trai"ht whitewash, fol\owtng son, Lalonde, Ciesla.
board chairman.
sr.n, Branch
;;:i.;r' !cr.:eleH tie in Dclroit S'Jn. Re(eree: Red Storey; linesmen:, Jr., also retains hIS JlJ;;! of v.ice.
ni;ht.
George
Harold Jackson.
president In charge of mmor
.
a scoreless lirsl period,
NHL STANDINGS
league clubs.
Hank Ciesla fired the first
1V L T F A PIs.
Brown, a prolege of Rickey since
-0" miawa ' through the second 1\ ;llontreal .•• , •. 5 1 1 23 8 11 he was 16, said his (irst big job
l
"eteran
WUson
Boston ........ 3 4 2 13 14 8 will be to name 8 nell' field man.
thp insurance markel late m New YOI'k .... 4 3 0 25 23 8 agel' to succeed Fred
who
he final session.
ChIcago .
3 4 2 19 29 8 was let out the day before the
Rollins. who didn't iel a shutout
' . .......
1955 season endcd.
aj; through last seafon. h:,ndlfd 33 Detroll ........ 2 3 2 18 13 6 Haney Tuesday sigacd
n
ru:il'es
10 30 Cor Trrr)' Saw. Toronto.". ". ,2 5 1 12 25 IS coach
wilh Milwaukee Braves for
one year,
r
~e' :\'1lional
i"~
,)!e~
.;~einent.
"m ., " ,"dI~''''''
~( th~ .,..,
P."
Chi~liSo
i
~i\\'ks
~~c.
~lartln;
~I.ickoskl,
~~,.
A!t~r
lea~ues.
J~hnny
a~.,
tOnl~hl
IC01urnn
Practice
1I~1~h'~ld
I~cehng
l
f
l
Jlro~pccltve
'~oclation.
an~
~cncral
in
.....
~eason
~o~:e[~q~ ~~
'" ,_,I
--...dress!
Bll-tIAhnm~
chan~e
Parson~:
~organ;
~1I1i
p~'e, M~it
Stu~u~n sa~d~r\
a~s, g~r
n~th~~
droppln~
~helr
In 10nl ,
fue ~r I
'IK'ml ~
,e Dn I
FIRST SEGRO
d sea
L d
Cur t·I S W·len
al~c.
pprlCnc~
ha~ plen~y
n,c.~I.P.
.truuble~.
promis~rl.
horse~
d{,I'as~ating
;·{'"r~.
Sawchu~
~round
~Iontlcal,
~li5~ak;s.
scnlimcI~t
~1r1 ~[cmorial
ll~ce
I~Ioores,
t1~e n~edk. all.~ t1~c.
II\~
hac~n
tll~~
sporl~,
"th~1I
~~mes
~I()nlr('al
Ic~,1A~aclel11"
sll1~'r
be'~t.I~ I
('i~ht
reslllt~'d
)'rar~,
on~
ha~
In~tead
II~;
1n~IO~\':tl~rl! 1~:~e~\·e~I'i:il
~IOPl'5
"1:lJnin~pired
wh~n. ,J~ck
tltl'~C
Ihi~
AmerJC~n
In
S~)(lt
lIIal~
I~e
~[)alie
TJ~a f S
t
Curti~
~Ioor!
Clne. f
Join' The RawJ'ers
~am,e,
~~,
fl~htin~
~,lIllP '('II\1tin~
~1:,,)It,
t~ken
R;IIl~rrs
m"kin~,
nounccmc'~t ll1e,~day
~~,
Hcga\'dlc~!
,Ci~~la,
l't'1~in
W~stern
~
~hadin::
~nd
retul'll~d! ~13cphe.l's()n
comebnrk~ ~trPl;gthened tradc~ I ' ~Inple
h>l'gu~on ~l'ored ~t~31~
",
~Irclch,"
seaso~ .t~e
"
Linds~y, ~larty
gnm~.
fi
el~ht.bal1."
WRI\.('~
w~nt
Tran~cona,
,ha~ hk~n ~g;IO, ~'
coad1ln~ dllllr~.
lhi~IU~L!'Rr~hmk~
!~Ie
IIl1s,a~ler.noon,
~m\\'
3~·) e3l.dI,~"
~
Cn~a"ian.o~l'ne(1 ~ntry
~",I,r1rr,e~cem~ll: ~CC~1lI
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W
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IHoopstcrs To Hale
r,nce
a es Ie :R ' dB II V· I A ·
!:
i ~:.~I:::::: ·::f~~~~;f:~:f.~~E Junio r Soccer Lead: A,~ ~~~ ~:k::'; I~.~!:" ~,:~:: h" b."
Try Our
:
!' Different, B&tter '.
i
t
la~t ~'eRr
•
Sanitone
.
bikini
~nl\
I lie hit .2:;r,
drol'e in 52 rnns,
Busb;·. obtaincd Crom \\'ashin~ton,
Dnb)', the first ~rgro playrr In, was flcrl in Ihe outficld but batted
the Amcrican Leagne. potenlially I onl;' .239.
--.----.,-------. ..,. --,- --- "-,
1937,
Chirag~
ne"~r
Gordo~
te~ms;
ot:U:dl I
Thm ~
shortstojl~
1.. 0 Senior High Victory
St k L ks For
'nother CllanCe
A I.lions, P"Iot
SO~I\a5co;::n nao~ln:tcd m~nage;
:<>O! I.
15~.
hilt~r
d~wn
I'
LOOK LIKE A
MILLION
•
Bu~by.
John Galbreath, Ihe president oC
the club and Columbus, Ohio, real
estate millionaire, said he had
lu.rned
an offer to sell the
, PIrates two days aCterlhe world
.
_-----------1
,
homer~,
\ The Ill'st gcner.al.
of th,r I series for enough cash that ':II'C
fro;! juninr hockc,' Icam' newl), (ormt'd F(,llcllan Athlellc could ha\'e gotten oul whole With.
";\1
a practice loni;hl at Ihe Afsociation, wns held on. Monda)' O~lt an)' 1055," Hc did not disclose
IItadlum. All ex.pupil5 anrl mem.; October lith. Thc mecttn~ was \\ho made the offer.
I'ers of the HCAA who wi!h In try well att~nded hy membcrs and
Inriled 10 attend Ihe prac.
membcrs o( Ihe As·
BLADE BLAZERS-The Ranlers' first line send up showers of shaved lee praetlel",: at the Ice·
which "ill be Ihe final open
The constitution o[ the;
U US '00
land Skatinll' RInk In I\ladlson Square Garden. They are, lell 10 richt. Andy B:dhr;ate. Dan
"'nrknut for Ihe Crusaders.
i association provides Ihat
ex.!
Creighton and lton Murphy, The New York club got orr well openin, the
o.n
Toad. _,
,('urli,
tonk a two' Ihe nct,':
'
pupil of an Anlllican school tn St. i
point
in thc senior race or i Thc
IIttlc mcn of 51.
John's may bccome a member,: /1
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By HARRY GRAYSON
!Dld slandhys, Gordlc Howc. Capt. ,coach oblalned from
Ihe High School Foolball Lcague' Pal's put on a strong offrnsil"f
10 the GI2I Who Wants tc!
Anglican ex· pupils outside of st.1
!'\I';W yonK- (NEAl _Bcller :Ted
Red Kelly and :hc ,won't makc
),c'terrla,. aftcrnoon hy
I in thc lattcr part oC
second
John's may join the association
S
1
balanccd. the National Hockcy unsung forw,mi.
pCl"clteh. I
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.ccond placc Sf. Pat's 1-0 at the hall 10 cau,e somc anxIous mo·
providing he 15 a resident of St.! WINNIPEG CP
. League this winter hopes to brcak i · ' •
\ PhIl Watson works on the
(;rouncl.>.
mrnls Cor
)Ioore oC
John's whcn a member of the 85- I coach of th (
Slln"buls'I'thC most
hammerlock' Adam •. Ihe ned 'rings' hear! ,LCO Duroelll:r theory that
I Tlte )!alllC ntarkrr! the sixth A5 darlmc-s ,lowly ,elllcr! in
.
e r 5 \,0 um a
b
f"8
. II B
I guys don·t WIO Watson was quu'k ,
11 I
I
k
SOCia IOn.
Lions sal's he would like a th cl'er fastened on a gnme Y a man or _
IS
IC ranc 1, .
" ' , ,hutout of Ihc ,ra'on for Henlrv lIas en C( upon 0 ma'e ,omp.
t
Allhe
mecting the clec.
t& do battle with
profcssional tc .. m,
: ntckey of hocl:cy-no
ill'llh
Rangcl7'
rurtis Academy goai. brilliant slop' 10 prescrve his lIeU·
tlon of officers took place and Ihe Western Interprovincial Foolball That would he thr Delroil ned ITerry
led thc NIIL 111 ;broke 111 with
Ilctorles on. the ,Ienc\('r. who Ita. hecn scored' dcsrrl'cd shutout.
following were eleeled lor the Union clubs but "on e\'en terms,"\Wings' scvcn.ycal· rcign as cham· ishuloUIS last scason with 12, won road, Thcy
t done that
I against on onh' 1\10 occa,ions Ihis I
-,
coming year: President, Leonard
His team wound up its second' pIons, There's I\CI'cr brcn any the Vezina Trophy. wllich gocs to 1194.1. the last
the Blue ,S11I11, 1' ( ' a . > o n . · !
"
Lev!lz; Vice President, Ralph An.
M?nday night,
a \thing like It Ir, pro
:the goalie pcrmitting thc Cewest :!hllShed on too I he !langel, 5
derson; Secretary, George Adams 24.13 deCIsion to Winnipeg Blue The
Black Hawks anel Inllmher or goals. in three or thc :the Black II a\" ks 704, whIch
The Curti-an' lead scrol1,l phcc
COli J
,
and Treasurer. Edgar Thistle. Dele.
was
11lh loss New York Rangers, patsies for n !hlst four eallllJaigns, But Gh'n i lllore goals
they ,coml \0 ,51. Pot's, hy.two points
nrc
" gates {or various branches of
I
Igt .fame
decade, are flexing Ihis mu!'cles. 'lIal1 had ('Oll'e along. 50, Iik(' :any olle oC 10
a year ago. ,tlm'c pOlnls In (rnnt o( Ihll'll plael'
l
,
sport are, baseball, Frank Knight;
ew a er thc
yoU sec, Jllaurirc Richafll is In I'Harry Lumley bcforc him, S3W': Wally IIc.r gc'i cimcr
with 111'0
S"
t '
l !P1t:o ,
football, Max Bursey; basketball,
"I would like just one chance 10 Cor a full run with I he
ehuk was It aded-to the .Boslon i after brenlnng 1!le same leg tllO I phlY. (Urt IS h,;s tt'n pOIn <. SI.
;\ E\\' YOH K (CI' 1-.1 ack Hu:n·
la~t v.af'~
"iIf/II !\lfIx Burt; hockey, Dick
meet all these other fellows on Canadien!'. Th" otlwr ('ontcnc\('rs 'Bruins, L'.Imle\' ('lIl'l'ently is with Iyrars III sucee ,'HIll. The Hangen, 1'3t'S
lind Ihe Scuts s('\'('n,
phl'il';, Cor tlw last ,ix year, hr:ld
track, Cec el'en terms.••• I've
had R hal'e been
by
'tl'e TOl'onlo
Leafs,
hOl'c IllOl'e punch and arc strong· 1
l' 'I f " .' t· ,'s '
' oC Turootn
Leafs' ;etup fO.r
•
I bowling, Reg
TlIIer Other members of the chance to go Into a gamc with the
nnr' l'C<'rllils
ler at renter Icc with Bronco IInr, i 011) gll,l (I
tll( a).
ho('\a'y lalcnt anton;! "11,
executive are membership. Bill other clubs wllh as good personnel
".
..
,
LOl'l\e
20
I'ath and Dave Creighton, bolh I
fr(lm a three
pl:lY nt : no!"" h:ls 1)1>"11 appointe,; head
Neal' ubllcli
Robin Piercey' a! they owned, 1'1'(' always been In two or Ihrce
Ihe [,II' ,last season 8(1,1 was Ihe HI UIIIS acquired from Detroit and fur, i the "1I(11I':lY lIlark uf th(' fmt half. eastern ,,'11111 fllr :\c\\' York Ran·
Bert'
Foster,
behind the
'Ieult will mak'; more sense. By ,Ionc SOl'rcr as they shut out To· uishing additir.lul el'idence thaI ','I:lle cO.rner
was
by UIII· ' gel'S of the :\alinnal Hll('kry LeaEd
E It B1I1 Par. BEITER RECORD
then It 511OUle! be composccl of Ironto 1l1e other night. 2·0,
th H d W' I are perf 'ct! . will· ,sllie rlghl (,onion Hll'. and till' gill',
,
,
I dscond Ed Pen
The Lions this year bcttered eight clubs
nC six. Pills· DI"rl15cman Tom 1I0rton ts ,. etC I
III C
I ball was cleared tn cPlllrc hall, lfurra), Patl'll'k.
en·
their Initial season In the weSlern\burgh
bl'Ol<cn gl'l,und for an ,bal'k with the Lcafs on two gopd
Edmon.:, ('layton Collins who booled the eral nwnagl':.
the in·
ne
conference when they WOn only
al'cna. The Clc\'clntHl Arena ae. legs.
p •
- ,. 'sph('re to the heari of captain'
said the 48.
of the hockey leams. hI' d
lIame
I
V-ague. lhe
"'1aurlce
. .,'I ar t'In II'I10 ntl< Ige d I't In
. t0 '.-ear·old
Car' In 16 . But . Siukus" is slilll eommodatc10
s000
.
.
" ton of the
I'k
I I'"
: ' C ' IIl1mohncs
' I ' succeeds
I
Thc assoc at on has 0
a hal'lng .Ieam.bulldtnl!
'"
CllIcngo
10 mOI'c Wllh :
I_.eague I es to
1
son (loper. \I 10 (hc:! a,1 Slimmer.
i I
new hockt'y coach for Ihe Jumnr
He saId he has to bllllrllhc B. C, Detroit alwnys !nc~s oCf like Rn 'foul' acqllll'cII from Dcll"Olt- that It IS Tl'Iple A, but thcre IS t.
.
•
and senior hockey
Twenty. team (rom Ihr
41l' and
oulfit. so no OIlC wnsTough Tom I.rswick. Glen Sko\', some qucstion ahout It bcil1l( any, In
city
,.
)IARKBT. En)!lanci (CPIonc year old
F. \\ ei)'horskt just.
the chance to coach Ihem, foolrd
Aclams: 5,]11'1(1' ,loimny Wilson amI Bcnny, Woil. Ca.ter t,han thp.. Western. gcneral· I "Italr. a
, hod, e). Prcfect.
for
of
MaDlloha
idl'opped its fll'>1
0ttllllg>. al.TItt' Jlawks ha\'e an I'xpel'lcnceil ly ron51dcrcd Double A. "
•
coach
a,
'the .iprclal mternatlOnal Jnl'lt3'!On
over .Ihe.
Wally
Ihp, LlllOS dl,t \11'11 litolJ((h
is Ihe worsl slarl the :2oalir in AI Rollins and a remark.
,oC . classlClcatton. ,n,:n.drd to. CIt) offICial"
.Krn racc ncxI mOIlI!1 al Lall,'cl Park,
who IS \\'llh the local
de.
"We'l'r rlnnr I'er).thin; we'verner! Win!!s hnlC Imde. The ncd ahle 1'1'e\II'il ill 20.year.old Hank Ihol'kry, the l!httrl'lllg body con· j .. 'lson, chId scout of Ihe 1ulonto I )Id .•
.thll'd Tucsda)' 10
!aehmenl.
of hockey ex·
IV, just didn'l have tbp; Winl!s pcrrnni .. lly pil'k up mo·
who w;,s Ihe junior Sl'nr.ltad gamc, l't'quil'cS .only promo, i
helll . hlln. H,c started
for Ihp
i m!'l1tllm. Th!'y
the {nul' :inl! chaOlpioll. Dil'k I 1'\'1 n. the tion 10 Collol\' Ampl"ICall fool hall ,
\
pla~'ing hockrynn 1ft the mutget lea.
- - - - - - - , - - - - - - - - - - _., , - . , - a~ an atlracliol\ dUl'illJ( the win· ~
~lIt ~re
ti~e
t'"
I
thc Cleveland Indians.
Hc has blasled 202 homers and
In their biggest dcal sinec thc I driven in 731 runs. Last season,
departure of Irade matilcl' Frank I dcspite a wrist ailment, he hit ,291
l.ane to the St. Loois Carina Is , in 131 games. including 26
several wceks ago. the Sox gave 17 doubles 'and fi\'e tripje5. His
the Indians shortstop Chico Car· RBI lotal was 75.
ras,]url and o\!tfielder Jim
In 1952 Doby led Ihe league In
It was a straIght player transac·, homers, wilh 32. and Tuns scored,
lIOn.
'
His 32 homers and 126 RBis
The Sox, who hal'e Cinished third: were tops in 1954. He has made
\ in Ihe American League race Ihe, the all star game el'cry year since
last thrce years, long hal'e had a 1949
i wcalmc>s in the No.4 spol in the:
.
balling order, They hal'co't had a \ Carrasqllcl. once regarded 8!
consislent long· ball
sincc, one of Ihc fincsl
in the
Zeke
drol'e
440from
runs 1934
across,
slowed down
homc Bonura
plate for
Ihem
to: Icague.
hoth ddensi\'cly
and atthis
the season
plalc,
H"n~y
a~
IDouble, Blue
Holy. Cross
' hod
"d.d T'" ~'" "",, ",' ,b. b U;., m." ., ... ." •., "",••
taincd slugging Larry Duby from' avcrage of .502.
rem~tn
~IS ~erve
Ha~'es,
.,:,~:ip
~;me,
i~d
I! CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago: fills the bill. The 30·year·old vet·
, i White
IS'year
for a eran o( eight full
wllh the
' rcliablc clcan·up hitler apparently I tribc
has a major league lifetime
0
:
I
·
gues and then 10 hantant-, junior
and
he pla)'cd wilh the
championship R.C.M.P. tum in
Ollawa. Dick Parsons will assist
the new coach in the junior dl.
sugar.
• All spots vanbh
and tbe
in bt
Stir ill
Balre
• No cleaning oclors
• Persplrallon out
• BeHer prell lasts
'·": .
I.
• Colon and patterns
~.tored like new
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CALL US TO·DA Y
DIAL
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anquet :\n
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vision.
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Ita e rflves
]
t~
.·ilb 11-
ter months.
e
twcnty.elllht years old, Is from
Northern Ireland.
Matt weighs '196 pounds and
stands five feet, nine Inches. He
came to Newfoundland In 1953 and
previous to th'at he taught alx
yean In NortMrn Ireland.
Bill Neal who Is the member.
ship official for the F.A.A., hal
been affillaled, with the Felldian
organization sin~e 1952. Bill who Is
forty years ala,
held every
' office since he joined the Fclhllan
; Club In 1932. :Bm h8~ certainly
I bern around lIie Felldlan organlz1 allon for a long while' and
let's
I hope he 5Ia~'~,"
Th~ Iwrnty fi~ht year old
prrsiMnt o( Ihp. Feilelian Alhl,tie
LcoMrd
has
hrrn ~ffiiiatrd with thp. Felldian
IIr;:anil.ation sinc! 1949, H~ lZradu·
aled from Non ScaliA Tech tn
1949 wilh his Bachelor 01 Engin·
erring degree.
The next encut1\'e meetin, of
the aMoclation takes place next
Thursday, Nov, 3rd.
ha~
:\!~ocialion.
).~vilz,
t .., ..
made known their plans last hired by thc scnior hockey Ipagllc
night for a dinncr, dance and and tbe stadium commission as '\
presenlation of prilcs to be helel coach for senior and minor hoc·
, Prince of Wales scored once In In the first half as P.W.C. look a on Wcdnesday, November 191h at key
Is 5chduled to arrive
the first half and struck for four 1·0 lead.
the Old Colony Cluh.
------------------------------goals In the second yesterday, as
Second half was only minules
Everybody pays at the l)ig affair
they blanked Bishop Feild 5·0 In old when Rus~ Taylor earomed a , which is planned to gh'e ba,ketball
a junior collegiate football IIxture hard drive olf Feildian' full hack I a slll~t ill th~ pnbticit~ arm. Pr~~·
at the Felldlan Grounds.
Tullc-. Da\'e Dugden's s('cond ~()al entallon of Ihe sladlUm serte~
The victory vaulted the Red and came at the len minute llIark when! awards and prize~ outstandinJ:
Blue Into a first place tie with he drilled a long ~hot on a brcak.' fr())~l the last Call 1\'!11 be leleviscd.
St. Bon's who have played one away thnt caught the inside cOl'lll'r
TICket.> for Ihe bIg banqucl and
game less. They meet later In the to gil'e Princc of Walc5 a 3·0 leall.ll1all will co,1
and lIl'ner&1
week after St. Bon's have played
In Ihe dying minulcs or thc gamc . public $4,00 single and can be
Feild.
the Collcgian5 wcre nwarded incti·1 procurell from. baskelecl's Nels ~S:I
Dave Bugri('n led the Collesians' rect kick on Ihe Frildian cgihtccn 'and Ed Mannmg and league vlec
• e' •
attack wilh two goal~. Single ~oals yard line, Wi!h all Ihe Blucs lincd I pl'csident Toe Byrne.
were counled by Russ Taylor, Alec up on the goal line Ihe [lass C'll1lC '
Andrews Rnd Alf Pikp. (;oalie oul to Alcc Andrcws whn hulldrll I
Slerlinl! Horldinnnlt, r.w,C'.'s lanky a cln,e·in shol
Ihe hunch· \
•.. rer M~" wlt" Ii~. ,n..... r.
•.. for m." wit" ov.rng. urnball hAwk, I'arnr.d his ~huloul by ~d Frihlian line to make it 4·0,
., ,f.u
with Itruitiv. _"jn
an'" rf'~1 of 0 h.o .. i~r f"r.",
, bi"Olit)rt o',kin r;I"d b_ard.
end 'er mo,' yew"s'" ,"In.
~topping Feild on their {PlY ollen,
Final ~nal or thr. ~amr ramr.
sive thrusts,
rlurinlZ a srrim)))al:~ in Ihe final! 51. B'.'Il·' junior hockey team
Marksman BIIGn@n broke the minule in whlrh AU Pik~ pnkrd I '.l'ill hnltl a, prn~lirp tomorrow
scoreless deadlock aflH aboutjl in Ihr filth Prince or
!
at 7,00
Ihe Siadium, A
twenty minutes had gone In the anr! krpl hi~ ~qllad in line (or'lhe ': [ull altcnrlanre 01 pro~peclh'e pia)"
fint halI. That was all the !ccrin,q chall'.l'ionshi}1,
1 ~r5 i~ rr,]lIeslrd.
-----By J. R. W!LlIAMS
COLLEGIANS BLANK FEIL1JIANS 6-0
pta~'ers,
Now 3 Gillette RaZors
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~loderate Declines \Toronto Mines
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SHIPP·ING an d" FINANCE
Steamship Movements
TIlE NJ'LD. eiREAT LAKES
sailing again Nov. 4.
STEAMSHIPS LTD,
Bedford \l leaving Halifax Nov.
ltV. Dundee loading at Hamil· 2nd, due St. John's Nov, 4th, leav·
OUR BOARDING HOUSE
tGn Ott. 27th, Toronto Oct. 28th, Ing St. John's Nov. ~th.
and Montreal Nov. lst, for St.
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M.V. Perth loading at Hamilton sailing again Nov. 12.
Oct. 311t. Toronto Nov. 2nd, and
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Montreal Nov. Sth, lor St. John's. 12, due St. John's Nov. 14, sailing
lIV Zebrula loadln, at Hamilton again Nov. 1~.
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Nov. 8th, Montreal Nov. 11th for
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Newfoundland due 51. John's Oct. 13rd., due St, John's Dec. 7th.
21. Leaving for Halifax and Boston
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reorganization considered' benificial to the
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ar~ deeply
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rtflect our thoughts
tbe years, and see
failures and su
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since iron was
hundreds of years
pro l ' en itself to. bc
porl ance in. the hfe
side this l'llal
~r~\\' lhe equally
tres 01
II Bdl Island.
}lrre on Ihi~
land. lil'c aPI~roxi.
thou~ht al'cragc
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pie, who have their
likes. their good
points, they work
hard; they are th.e
a.dar people. Their
all)' governed by
in the world,
and demand."
If the world
crel e 01 War,
a~d Depression
pie who feel its
COUI';e thcre arc
'al' "Wclt other
~~\'crned hy the
factor,." Truel Y
nor a5 oft en a~
produce the rail'
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General
News
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FURNESS WITHY" CO. LTD.
R.M.S. Newfoundland sailed for
Halifax Oct. 24th,
HEW,OtlNDLANO HOTEL
i
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AVRE " SONS LTD.
Robert Knickle Is lakln&
frright.
Elizabrlh Is taking
Jcnnie
freight.
Marjorie Inkpen will be taking
freight today for the usual north·
ern ports.
FURNESS TRAVEL OFFICE
I.
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Active Session
Montreal Mart
xHard RC'('k
LlnrpoCII lit. John'. 80.&8. Hallin lit .. oba ..
10
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Oct. 22 Oct. 28 Nov. 1 Nov. 3
"Sew(oundlanrt"
Nov. 12 Nov. 18 Nov. 22 Nov. 24
"Nova Scotia" Nov. S
NoV, 30 Dec. 6 Dec. 10 Dec. 13
'Newfoundland" Nov. 23
Dec. 14 Dec. 20 Dec. 24
"Nova Scotia" Dec. 7
(for Liverpool)
Penon. contemplatln, paisa,. to Europe 'hould make Doolunll
WIU ta Idvanee.
Air PallllfJ arranal'tI bl' S.O.A.C. _ K.L.M. - SC.. m1ln~vlan AirlinN _ Pan American Alrwa,.. - 'T.W.A. and conn.'Ctlnl Airlines.
COMult u. rc;tardtnl your travel problem •.
..
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SEC
NEW YOnK (AP )-A moderatc I TORONTO (CP )-llintn .
decline Tuesday snapped the s~ock a'tte~Pted a sally int~' :s'ttt
market's siring of seven straight territory on the Toront 'I:":
daily advances.
~esday but found the ~; hll:!
Losses in key stocks ran to as flcult and closed thorough\ :cz. 4
With MAJOR HOOPLE
much as 2. points, but here and although base metals re~ mal(
there were gainers of a point or half·
point index gainOrd!ll
better.
.
strength 01 some. IractlOn~~ tit
MONTREAL (CP)-A narrowly. The ASSOCIated Press average OIl vances ~mong sentors.
~
mixed trend prevailed at the close 60 stoeksdro~ped 90 cents to Opemlska, d~wn 45 to $9.10
of a fairly active session on the $169.80 .. Industnals were. o~f $1.40 \ Eureka, off 2:, at $1.90, led I~
stock markel Tuesday.
and ralls 90 ccnts. UWlbes ad· poorer base metals. DO\ln 1~
Bank issues leapcd ahead with' vanced 10 cents.
cents w ere Eastern Srne:t,t
. to I
.
I Granduc, Eureka warr
:t
advanccs rang!ng
t l~ee pomts. Trading was heavy at (he opcn· ·l Willro)'. Con solid .nls I~
alter two leadmg Canadian banks ing and gains of around a point I r' on 'a t
aleo )Io r
announcM increased dividend pay· made it look as if the [Jarket were i IS U SII ;,~ S ~ong 18amon~ tne P!tmcnts. Utili tics gained narrow headed for Its eighth 'straight ad. s: ~s'otomclOg
to a hi.h O!~
ground while beverage;; showed vance. Trading slackcned and by ~run~on I~ are~.. I'
slightly highcr tendencie!. Senior early afternoon prices were defin· ur ni mS :s :gal~6
!Vcly 11Il)~
lOg
oils and base metals were mixed itely slipping The downtrend be. Goald u r , rad d
1800 !hlfll'
'
e aI fcw
11'1'th'In a r't
Iml ed scope. The vas t
came more
pronounced late in the a'nssecor
A "th
. nine}.
majority of pulp and pap~r, moved day
Il I . mon" _ e ,ccllnc· WI I ',
off. Promincnt on the downside
by. McInt)'re, JO cents by Pat~ I'
were Great Lakes, St. Lawrence U.S. steel wa~ Ihe most active $5.~O. and 40 b)'. Bulnla at Sl.~
and Bathurst B, each dowp a point stock, closing off ~. at 5S:. on 1\ Hol~m:: compaOlCs \lUI ~O,(;
or more. Rail equipments and lex. 38,200 shares, after bein~ ahead easIer.
.
r
tiles were firm. Most western oils early in the scssion. "Big steel" .Petrol remamed the mry;tlc~'1
lined up behind plus signs.
held the spotlight in a~vance ollllcstern OIl, but pr~ht'l.akin. l::i
Lower.prices metals In the min. its third !!uarter earnng! rei port off 41 ccnl~, at S~.i4. C~n1lal Et
ing section were erratic in a 25. which came after the close in New ~~redrs30 g~lOse~ n 3. 10 \0.3.\ 1:1.
cent rangc.
York. The company incleased its \' na
0 J .• O.
Industrial volume \I'olS 70,100 dividend from 50 cents to 65 cents
shares and mines, 61S,000.
a sh~re on ~ommon but apparently
FRO~t ABRO.\O
the ImpreSSIon go~ ~broad .on Wall I Mnst of the 1.117 <lMcn lIomH'
Street that no dlVldcnd Incrcase I {'.r (elt hats imporlrll' C '
. Ih e 01('10::;. 0 n th e wcst in the first half of 1Q.i.j ca,~ Ili~
was 10
i
coast, the stock responde Ii to Ihe Fnnce and Britain
rn! '''~
news by r!sing around a point I
:-- - - above the l';eIV York c1o!e.
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Canadian stocks were higher.: RO~'ali'e Oil ca,c,1 ' •.
McIntyre, Hiram Walker and Ok· What stocks dirl
By THE CANADIAN PRESS
lUI ~~
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Toronto: Induslriais t ron g; tillers Seagram each advanced ','
~; ·\ii
500 31
'I
31' Ira...ding Y
k' 51 k I
I I and Dome Mines gained I.•• Alone Advanrcs
".17eo l' '0 71 'l.ou,·I"1
brisk
on the downside was Intrrnationali Declines . ........ .. Yo; n
1000
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ontrea : In ustrJa s and papers On the American exchange, Tolal issues
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St. John'. Dec. 12. Saillnll for
amerang &nd
also x'rJnn
W. w.lx(·.n !'Iirh.1
L1nrpool, December 13.
IM.V. Parr. also
Anderson. I'
l;v.
Nova ScoUa leaving Lt"erpool
JOB BROTHERS
,Aum"h.
31
32
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Ore. 7, due Sl Joh,,'s Dec 13.
.M.V. Blue Wave II had trial
Lenlnl for Hamax Ind Boston trip yesterday,
,!1'
Dec. 14, due Halifu Dec• 16 and n Nina
Corkum
has
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a eyes er ay xBI"u,
XalrMI
1700
99
91
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.Copper
Clill
;23 14 162 162 .Copper C.rp
Dec. 20, due Halifax Dec. :U. SH'
xBar. worr
7~0 36 Z; tl ,C.p•• r·Man
II a.m.
il1l from Halifax lor LII'erpool
STEERS LTD.
~:~~~~~I~lall t:~7~i3~2~2
li~ ~f.~~~~~r
Dee 24
Dorothy Beryl sailed yesterday xBllka
I7~OB 39 lil'
31 :\.\ xC "'\\,PI~
..U'RNESS
RID CR'OSS
Lydia Ma. rie is discharging a ~8Ba'llhh
:.130
xCu...Cour Brewi.
r
"
~~tI~~lns'
"
"7l 190
23 I~O
1.\ 110
I' ,""
• Fort Avalon lea\'lng lIaUfax Oct. '. cnrgo
61
of fish. AI cast enr premo .
~.. BB~VIUqB.
wls "
1.~I';.tll
1~~ .~1'»)ear~.lo·unr'w
ISe!
.• 127 1"°
.
,.
1 .
23, due St. John's Ocl. 2S, lea\'lng
,!lu.er Lodl'
1400 l~ 53 ~s xDeldonl
allain Ocl. 27 (C.B. and N,Y.)
I'\orma
Is
a
..n
111 1;1
Fort Hamllto'! leaVlIlg Ncw York calgo 01Tfish
at cast end
'.•' ~0IZ71Il.0•. 11 40 1147 ~o')·la"d'.nA
••b"IO'
H \LLETT
Lpr~ml!es.
T D "~BB.'b'·scon
•
Oct. 23, leaving Halifax Ocl.
• •
•
.R'nolt
51110:M 27~ 27.1 .Don.lda
28. due St. John's Nov. 2, salling
Lindy Barbour Is taking frelghl
19:
II:
.,Iin Nov. 4 (IIallfax).
for norlhern
Rock
Fort Hamilton leaving Halifax
N. C. Ralph IS takmg freight xB•••ml
1000 11 11 11 xEnsl MRlorl
Nov. 8, due st. John's Nov. 10, for Bonavlsta Bay p.ort5.
51l11n, a,aln Nov. 12 (Halifax and I dM·fVI·' sulPertrader IS moored up
1m 49r"
New York).
n e nlte y.
x8rllu.d
1010 161 15! ]fiO ,Il.n Glacl.r
Fort AVIIon leavlnll Ne" York Lindy Barbour, GllI, master,
wr
Nov. 10, st. John, N.B., Nov. 12, landed wharf slicb on the so.uth.
HaUfIl Nov.15
:SOO 40
x.d Kirk
, due SI . John's side,
ordersand Is now waiting fur.her ,Buckl.s
.Bull rd.
3000 IS 38 I' 31 IS ',Frob,hOT
SOY. 17; ulllni Igaln Noy, 19
•
xBull
nL
3000
I . m I
Frob Debs
BOWRING BROS LTD
x!lulld.,
1000 15 ']5 ]5 d·
...bllh.r wi.
orner BroOk In d New York) •
.'
,
xHunkor HtlI
1000 14'.~ 14 14 xGalwln
C,..LD. CAN. STEAMSHIPS
Jennie ElIzabe.h is takln;: xcc.·'mtlplnaCh'.bl
16000
Oeeo Mlnea
4810 301;
1m 29
1m 29
Wh .G.n.,..
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'THE DAILY NEWS
SECTION 11
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 1955
ST. JOHN'5, NEWFOUNDLAND,
.
News
IBack Home After
Absence 37 Years
. ,, __ .,- .•.. ,.0' ..
What Of The Future 'I
Of An Important
Industrial Community?
Mr. William Doyle of Bai Verte
who underwer.! a serious opera·
tion at the General Hospital,
about a month .. go. is now feeling
fine. and is at present on Bell
Island \'isiting his nephew l\lr.
William :\'ugpnt. This is Mr.
Doyle's first \'ira here in 37 ycars
At that lime hr was an employee
of DOSCO. He is a very impress'
ed with tIle ch~l;ges that have tak·
en place ill out' great industrial
cenlre and i, er,joying every mo·
H.,:"f l '1I:~i:1 .'a;i1y br said to I
.
I
Yet throughout' I A
0n
'''I,nlr). or a cnmmun· dlflercnt parIS of this Island prov \ ctIvItV
'r ; m;~"'~ IIhrrrh)' a world. a in medical aid.
I
" c,n ., i II.rlf
I
I
Ihe correct ince cottage hospitals are being,
•
construclcd fur many of our more
If In" ,e 'P. Ihcn Irl us who forlunate countrymcn (hospitals
•
rr cr"i':1 ,nncrrnrd ahl~uI Ihe which arc needed no one denle.
I
'<';re. r.... · .• ,horl while and I this) yet the people engaged In
I
~~IC: (" •. "I' 'lIghl~ hack Ihr~ugh a lar more hazardous occupation Activity along the waterfronl (or'
,., ~ ... r' .. 1:,; >l'r )U,I where our hal'e only a small company sur· the past several days has been
!, ~:rf' :,,,,1 'lIl'cr·~rs he.
ger),.
somewhat slow as a I'csull of the·
II " ~ : ".. \I II filel . I~al e\'c~ \ Again there are many problems severe wealhcr we have becn cx· :
,.:1<' "oor '01' rll,C(I\el cd man) , one has to lake Into consideration perlencing. Thc S.S. ~Vabana, one·
.•~.~r,"" oo' . ,.• 1" ~~o. It has I when dealing with the Il\es anll of Dosco's ore carriers, arrived
;."r~ .... 11 I', hrl'! \'Ilal 1m· loccupatlons of people who are here ~Ionday murning from Syd·
.. _; .•
en"a"rd
Ihc raw
~. S Itth't 00'"'"
k IIlC w5Ii
..
. :" :lir IIlc .. I man:
. Iallln!!.\
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ncy.m,k,
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"I •producin"
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hl,h
,.,
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cen : Ihat all Imporlanl question of la. normal conditions lalles 36 hours. .
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.
'.1' hI
l hour and mana"cmenl-Iabour reo TI
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.
i lahons some people lIIay call
ear"o mlunlg
for Syd.
I Ie s liPwith
sal an
e ore
agam
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IIl1pflllanl s. I Bul 100kl'II" t B II I I
nI
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,nprnxlmalely
Iwc Ivc , Ih
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a ". a. ney Al present there IS. one I
.
,.
I
en a 0 er eel' alii 011 n5 In
ship in port and another
· ..• " ,.
pe 01 peop e Ihis province of
who are
I
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:';: ;rr , lI nrlrdul.l e of pr.o- likcwise engaged in
raw due to arr ve,
h f . !'II.V.
yp
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, b'
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diS' m,IH";" '" '
.
During IVthe,,,I,,
slormw", tI'",
,e "' ,I I
w
:Mrl pmnls an
a nil the blame lalls on
Govern'
I f h
·.. ", ,.' .... ,1 IIork hard and Ii\'c'mcn t • or s'h ou Id' par t 0(th e hi arne Portugal
0 r docking
facl'II'II'cs
not
bel'n"I
Cove owing to the tern· i 0 t
.. .
res on some 0 leI'S ou rrs, , ble to handle her but the
..•'. I"', 3rf thc average work·
t
II
h Id
Af P ra Y
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Their
arc/Clu, ter all. the
"We ReI out
and
made
, :. : • r,'nrd hy Ihe ailler orces of Ihe world just what we put · I n . . '
",,:ld: known a5 "supply' 10 il"-might also well apply to thm regular trips.
..
I business corporations. lis never
Waterfront Is
SloWIng.Do'vn
III
;:"'rrCt: If
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.'''IHIl'oI"n-crnllr~ ~UCI I '
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our~
. ,.of'Ommcn",,,'.1,
wh", Ih' m.· ",. n"m,' h.m, "',,' "I"
JOTlI~'
eal one meal every: anti cumber combined with salad
li;'C~
5ayln~
,q",~ '""
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~Maneco"
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I{IPAWO approaching fer·ry terminal at the Beach. Aboard are some of the
ind u<Iing P!",idenI F""ylh, W h, ,,,,, gu"I, ,t Ih, 'pening ," ,">on i" ' f''''''',
,,' 'loco tho ,,,,. ,loki•.
l'
T
I Ide
wich is the mainst.y of the lunch· I (5) Tuna fish and choppe" eel·
rans san onveyor. _________________________ box, Jet's consider a. few. recip~s,' ery combined wi!h ma"onna'lse,
u
'I
'p
eop Ie
"Klp~wou
.
day on Ihe Joh, "wh<lt 10 put in dressing.
.IC
(3) Hard boiled eggs, diced Ind
'I Iunc h·box·' is a question which
nearly e\,ery housewifc asks her· combined with chopped green
scif da" after day 1'0 keep tho t onl'ons a d i d d
.
'
.
a
n sa a rcssmg,
lunch·box meal nUlritious and at· \ (4) Cottage eheese combined
tractive does indeed require a bit with chopped crisp bacon and
err~ ""it""
,.Ii th~
t~o"r
:,'~:~t~I ~:,:.1.
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forci~n
~;oduclng
Ii
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n~ .1t.~londn)'
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ment of his vi~it.
1\11'. Doyle is the brother of Mrs.
Gus Nugent and regrets very
much not being able to see her
.
'
as she is now residing in Galt,
Ontario, another nephew, Mr.
Edward :o;ugent, resides at the
lIIincs.
Mr. Doyle is planning on visit·
ing some old friends and acquaint·
ances before returning to hi,
home by the Norlhern Ranger
al'Oulld the Cll·j of thi~ week.
APRON ALLEY
"'0<
Cl'~:r I~
r,-'~ic.
Social
Personal
THE BELL ISLAND NEWS
General
~:I,'r.
SECTION 11
"n
I!Returns From
Th e N
' led
ews:H
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I
~ 0I
and suggested combmallons for 'I And for any sliced meat land·
'
sandwich lillings:
,wich. this Tomato·Cheese Spread
This Cheese Sprend will m:Jke!Iwill make a wonderful additl·on.
,3 cups of filling and will
i.Tust spread pasle over the sliced
Iqui:e a while if kept in
I, meat before adding the second
kee~,
ti~hl
av
~. FuneIr
a ' ' ',"",I. ,I... I,J.h''~'b
ook B.A.. ><1,·, ill'"~ "I, " a J ,h,', ""'" "'" ,,,,,.. r "b, go
w" "" I"".
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Iir5t. Of need for morc, 1\ s~lol;ld be•. 01 Mrs H FltzO'era](l IArademy was :. wccl,end \·I.llor, :'1115;'
.f:'l'kman of Ihe fll'm mainland of lanarln and Ihe u.s.,!
hulll'"
'~,:r'erl arc dleels
people \\'ho will ~ours.e, ,as oller pro. ~c n.g to\ln,.
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,1011'1'1'. lIe
accompani·
Xathan Cohrll and SOil spent Ifor Ihe p,;,t six lI'el'k~. arril'rrl,
lablr'I'1II1I1S 1l"lIr
TOll,\TO·CIIEESF. SPRF..\D
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,,'W b""'.
h" ''','','' "IIh I,·,,,,, "PI,· iI,m, '",,,d,, ,II "'''''. Wh,l, """ whi" '" ,.w
I I"" '''' I,m"",, 128 ... ,
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me lIorldl) \ t~ e somelhln~ oul, It Ir.ue. bul Hannah Fitzgeralll, who Ila,s~d
~l Ida \\',"Ier
who Is lI'ork .(·clllia. She l'e'"rned home 1'.1 lin· ! away, ~Ii>~ carhage ,prnl Ihe
Ira,poons ,It,· 11111<lnrd
lable,poons salt
"t
.. SPClIl Ihe. wrek·· rl ,y.
.I g.raler
" Clip while sunar
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Yel ' not al sonn. II; abo hlrue Ihrv
h' do Ihrlr
. • ICl'cl alIa)
a Ih e Genela I II oSlll'1'1
a on Inl(. ...
in
.fohn·s
of her hollday as tIIe
teaspoon ,01 II
~
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20, I" k p" " '10m ,,,' h"'''' ;,'''". h'" """", " "
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'h "I P'" '" "" '''''';k,'' "" ,Id" ,.,"",,,
"r r;'I' malrl'ial lor lh~ ICN.ncr:
!hrr ~2n'5 residence at Bell. IslMlIl .\1'. E. :\Ol'lllol'r.
.'1~111rs llrynolu", spell I Ihe wcek: mall in Toronlo and had the plea'· 2 e~~~, li~hlh' iJralrn
me.lium onion. chopper!
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PM"ril,.,
1rlrl mOI'es
In lIsP.",
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all' left In lIon.
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Church. The luncral nrrangrmcnls ~II·. and :'111';. Hohrrl
:'III'. Edward ~lilIel' wenl 10 St. I ances while in Ihe Queen Cit)·. She
;pcnl a few dws wilh friellds (In
J"
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,h"PI"d
n~ unclcr which. on BI'I\
24·07.. packages (linin rream·
or
cup swrrl ~rcrn pirklp.
Ihc~,' can p~ss IcIIar~e
er I t It sa. a IOU,
pa,)' wcre in charge of Rideout's Un.
,Iohn's 10 visit his wife \\'ho is a ,.' paid a hllSinc~s Irip 10 :llonlreal.'
chee,e
' ehol'ped
t axcs, 11 ICY spen(I Ih CII' I dcrlaker's Serl'ice. with :III'. Berl Ihe local nwin;al,d, They retul'l1' palicnl in
(i,,· ho'pilal
. :-liaeara Falls .nd
York.
1,
('crral crram III' unrlilul·,'I In)II c,p"on <11''' muslal',l
.. " In
. II".'
' coun I'
'I'h'"
.
,WilS
. a re· 'I All . all. she had a ~rand lime,•
.oo" 01 !l:rwfoundbnrl eall1ln~S
r~.
e) l!tIdeoul underl"I,!'I' and Ihe 101. cd humc
.
. ~Ion:la"
... <1rtel'noon,
1111'. Gcrald \\'al'l'en
ed rrap0I',lrrJ milk
:' ' c'u» corn ~Iarfh
'ern
"I "l'I)~ ~lId hrlJl ~n. brin~ III lar~e .sum~ of lowing pall.hrarcr~: Messl'~. Leo, ~1I~~. Uhrl I IItl;~1' tCR(',hel' ~t .CCI11 \'isitor
lhr Capital.
anrl ~airl II was enjo)'ablc "nd rdu·1 2 lahlr~pnon~ pin~cnln chnpped: 1,2 CliP ~ralrd cJlec,r.
.,r .1(11111, than UJl'- 11101le~ I~ ro)alllc,. Thc:~ furlher ll)'an, Brclldan Ryan, Edward ,Ihr. \I ahana .\ngll(an .\cadcn.1 Y !II 1'> ••o\nnic Go,ine who spenl calional. She Irarelled both ,,·ays,
op:ionall
,.. " "'" p"",. y" lb. h"" "" '" P""" ", ,.., L""", Ed '" cd ""m'", A1hlll, ,!""I lb. "'" ""I .1 """,.1.,, ,,""",' "II'" wIIh "I"" 'hy ",.
2
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I, mol '"
,. '0 Ib, "mm"'''' .,,'" ,I".,. I.' '" "" Ib, "ro', Wh.l" ,,' SI"'"' '""",.
,,",, ,w, ib 1,,, ""e!. ,,' "''', I,,' ,,1" ",,' ",,,m, d h,m' Ib;,
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'omelhin~
1~lr M~S.
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J~ro\'er.
~pent
U
M
~Ielt
~Ie\·e.
'P~tkloll1'lon
'"rl and Ihe fulure rnd.ol. Ihe.
he.cause
Requiem )Iass at 1I,1C L'hlll'ch 11'35
.. and
:ctCI'
I· week. She \\'a' accompanied by
°
I
: 0 01 mg. S.l'am t Hough
"HI
bctlleen. 1110Ii po.
Monslgnor'Bartlett
111011 ertul!! hoiler" blend
bulterin inflour
lopand
of letdouble
and food
greenh pepper
, I' '
" thaI \1"IhelPI (ncllon
I'
h.
I celebrated hv
.
' lons\. \\llham Earle of lhe Iller daughler Sadie
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buh· 'PIC e t Irough
' or
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.
Iliff.
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~!cmbers
of
Office
Employees
ble
gently
over
dlr'ect
heat
for
31
binI'
With
tomato
mixture
in
t
.. , •. " '.rlir fcr! a"ured 01
Illca par les t 1'), receIve tI e D P P P Interment was in the \:-ifld, . Constal)ulary
the 1 Mr Fred Ki'chen crossed over
,v
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c opper. com·
.
h t.. I b
d
g
nt
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,0 "II I,I", ibm ",,'
- community
"''''' , receives
, '''' '''''
R C c,mol ",.
1,1" '" l " I ' " Joh
m.",1"
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the
. Fitzgerald' IS SUI'I'I\'Cri b,·. '. Iparelll,
. . Sandy
,
an llllpOllnnl
'sa
I. pepper,·
<1111 c:!p:
mll!'I;'nl anr!. corn !'lal'chI II) y.II
"I"'
e \hell
a our an manavery
ernelittle
and .lln. L,IC"C)
L'J!lrv, \\rnl tu St . Ii .11'C renllll(
•
II' d Llnl
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I"~:'.'''"'. lor ~uch a.large and
her husband, three ~"n5 ;,:~d I",!lif.,,!'("
:.John·s :'Ilondn~' aftrrnoon.
,meeling ollhr l'ni(JI1 will bc hcld:IMnd Irrll: ront anri ;til' o,~r l'a,lc I':ith I'cl11.nililng I., CliP \·ine·
'-:'. tr'r"r ant production centcr. In
.to ali or wh"m III'cpcsl.
alln
\.ou), lI.an:1
;\!I'.
r. 1\C'l1l1cdy was a . un Fritla'· nighl in Ihe lillion Hall, hoilir.g walrr lill Ihickened Add ;:ar: ,:il' inlo hot
rook
,r,. ''''.1-rnment has almo~t It 5 hlg~, time that the Powcn s)'mpalh~ IS cXlendcd.
" f!'w clay, yi~:ting ll'lelub ~11I1 '11\1."l1e'~
\'lsitol'
\0 51. .Iohn·s lasl . rnll1men~i1i" al Il p,m. .~ II mem·' I ine',Lal·. cl1er!'(' .n.1 ('11': 111: rOil"
u...
,br.r5 an' i\~l:~rI to m;iI;~ a ~pccial.' :1gnin orrl' hfJiiin;:: YI;J:('l' Ilil wrll 1hi k "
k
I '1
!:r''1' ,rill'NI to aid in an)'way which be began to eonsl(ler Ihr I
.,.______ •.. _... •
1.1 l·I'P('1' 1,lnnr1 ('nIT, " ' , , 1 1 1 1 " ' " ' , ' ' '
" mw dilerl heal lill sl1100th anr!
":e
True there has 1 ordinary people
whom
:'[';I('Y I'l'lllI'I1(:d ·.Il tile
;\11'. Mnd '11',. ,Iolin eral' I·i,ilrd 'effol'l to alrnel.
,hlended. H'.'!11,!r·, fl'l)l1I hn"I·.
(.. . "HI': con' ovrr )01 ing
r
aid giventh here andt government
things are made
.1.he
OC V.7 .•
(illY·
:i:r
\\'crkcml.
'. .'·3,iQl,;,II,'·.
I':al"r f,,1' 20 H~I1'Q"e
'1lIlHlles. ,Iirrin;
/lC.
, ! 1,,!lr Ih'
and po,slblr.
other P'll'It~,
... - .......t : hca~ in "illl('!lln a:lrl PICl:l . Pnur
from hr~I'
,' .... :., no illS 11'01'1
d
d
d ' r.· I TIll' Hrll
.'.1'1'11,' 1'(""j1rllcrl
\11' \\'t111:1111 l;,llr.< IlItcruatJUII·
:111'. Frank l'uxI':orlir,' spcnl lile
i\J
; hlo "Iel'ile );11·,
keel' in
ad'i
rirCt'.'c: ,til' lill mdlcd:
'
:'•.;.,!.O,... T.:.lIrforr.xampel ..eroa concerne may one ay
Thursday nighl. A nelV
IIf the i:rlail ·.\'('el;.·clld
Capil;ol..
j(,WS
1,III"cr. IChill Irl'lI before 11"·11")
r" "I,'n. on thiS Islanll, the all to 5uddenly that the po\\er of I.
I t h b
I 1'\1 d d clcrl' CniQII I' \11'1' ·cIII\I' h('I'"
\11«1'5 Pal
allel She.
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SUGGESTED
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at',:r Grace a5 did also curred at the Grace Hospilal on i
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lions.
Ihrough food
and
Ilravel well in a lunch·box Cheerio
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pc 'a\ion shortly
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Congratulations also to )11'. and tene( _\\'Ilh sa n dressll1g.
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OTTAWA. (l'l')-t\'anada
pt'!'illd. Ihe gU\'l'!'1IlIIenl III'?' open dllr\s Ihrullgh pl'ullluliun and uel·
who would come here il er and
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decided. lo lake a
lead 111 !1.rosecutlOns IInctr.r. Ihe
t;r
claimed Ihat some
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. given Ihe npportunily.
herc r10lllg buslIless for thclr re'l Mr, ROb.ert, IJa\':s
Ihe rC,I;ulalll1g thc labellIng of trxllic I rade
and I rue
(;luachan [abril'S
hein/!
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Ihe graul.
ran be made hy the CuunclII
.
spec live lirms.
I"'eekend VIsitlD\I hiS famIly al Hr. products 10 proleel consumers Act. Individuals
led a:; "impurled,"
con,
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l\1e maller Wilt hp.
willi
The following
!slanders 'Gracc.
againlt p055ible deception.
be hable \0 a maximum fIDe of. !Ulnm, 2"d ;trengthening accept·
.• "r"'" nn
are ex. the Public
Board. and it
were home \'illlll1il their
Mr. Thomas. Sto)'!es tTHened
Stuting Jan. 1. textile ".,ods $1.000;
to
; '!nce of imported goods.
In
a;alD
in
the
1) expected thai
a
meeting
be.
I
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the
weekend.
Mr.
BOil
Eze·
cily\\,ards
morning
In
the
offered
for
In Canada cannot
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out
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labo.lled hand·knitted or hand· thrcugh the cc·opnat!on of con5U· II The
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Bus h\l~ frant'hi~e.
dl~C\lsoed 80 1 I
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about an
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s,'er\'lce for lome.
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grandson~,
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LIOns \ 110ilSOr
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i
('ongralnlalion, .1\(1 hest wishes' _
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to
William
Sr.,
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n~l' Brook, who celebralcd hiS 1
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. hlrlhday October 261h. Grcetings
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~ h~ LlOn~ L1ul> IS ~pol1,ollng a i from a\l his Bell Islant! friends, I 111'. and )11'5. VlDcent, ~Iycrs,
l(lUlall1!'i:
,!Jallnwc'en parl Y• and Ilunc? on 1 Congratulatiolls anr) bcst wishe~ I wish to sincerely thank all those;
",.
• , I .,n"dian
Ilill he,
Orl.dbcl· 3t.
Ihe
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Rosie Kcnl who celehrated i II'ho sent :I!ass cartis, wreaths"
Mr. e. F.
. , ......; lilelr \\'idoll's' and Or. ArnwlII·Y. ;';O\elty jll'lZCs. Amdls,; he!' birthday October 241h, Greet. : llOIVCrS. and cards 01
A! Newfoundland Transportation Co.,
::.• " f"lIertinn nn :-';uI.elllhrr 4.. slOn $1.
in"s from her school pals.
Islleciul thanks Inl ReI'. Father: will' be the guesl speaker at Ihe
... I',me l'"xlI'nr:h~' has heen I
_ _ _ -------Happy birthday greetings to ~Irs,; O'Dwyel'. ReI'. Father Lawton, I Kiwanis weekly luncheon this
Ilichard Parsley who celebralcd' Doctors Young and· Templeman, I evening which will lake place in
'.;, "1,',,1 ('(IlIrclion chairman and!
'!, '..\.
chnir ..
her birthday October 22011.
i Sisters of Ihe Immaculate conccp,!! Ihe Legion Hall at 6.30.
:" 1 he f're,idcnl,
I,'rank 8.' I Vel'
(Ing
Ilion, and all kind friends who
Vice
C. il. !
helped In so many diflercnt ways i Remo\'e stains [rom All ahuni·
::'';,'llr. 1\111 hr making appeals
110 Iishlen their sorrow in Ihe 'num pan hy ~lrwillg some toma,
"tt: the radio In thiA connection,
•.
•
death of their daughter, Loretta toes in It for a few minutes.
Le~iun Start
Hallowe'en Partv. ~Ir.
Widows, Orphans
('0~'1: Nole Of l'h LtG'S
uest '- pea. k.er
At
fnllcttiont.r~illn
~Ionday,
~Inaklrr call1pai~1I
~Ir.
'~;:(. ~nd Pl'e~irlenl.
whl~h al~o
Lind~a)'.
SOl
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L.L.~,
Wr.dI"
('llnOrnIHlaIiOli~
s)'mpath~·.
~tI~lnnll'nl
"~:verY ~1'lImbllng
perhap~,
J.ONnON ti> Mr. and Mrs.
SllInp lin Ihe
"ruin shuultl.
tlu a spell
.: 11"
IIII' a I'cry II'nl'lhwhile III Iheil' sill'cr \\'l'dding 8nnII'CI's, ul hard lahoul' now allli Ihen 10
'.. ;: .... 1111 Ihe
puhlic arr' ary which Ihey celchl'alrd Salur.. Il'lII'lI how fUl'llInale he rcally i'
:."'d III 'IIPfl rl il whulehcarledly ida)'. Oclnhrr 22. The)' \('rl'c Inllr. nul lu do II prl'manenlly,"
."'" rallrd ll upon tarly next rirrl at SI. Michael's Church, Ben -Syrlney Carter speaking in Ihr
"Mh.
hland,
llBC's Home Service,
Iht' I,re",.
Irr,r(IIlucti(ln
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will
up'
~rnrr'll
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~lacLelian. ~Ianager,
Just To Show HI" m
Annivcl'.:.:ary
\\'illi~1II"
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Power,
Old t I
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t k 'n
es IOrse ral' ng rae
i5 at Saralugll
ISpl·lngs. N.'.
I
I' ,A rprt
15 II rlisllnl(uishinl!
characteristic of rock bass.
Thl' wul'1d.fulllIIIlS Revpr£ing 1~le ynlle~ ~Iates
Fall~
Hapilts Me 11I(':I\cll al the
,muulh of Ihe l:-aint ,John ]lil'er.
,Sillnl .Iohn,
ICanada,
:-;cw
Brullswick,
ry~
th" '" ",U,. "".,,"'
pr~duct
,,,,' .."hI ".d,"'.."".
Th' luW "",,'
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l"I~('lli!1~. ~l
w~rp
d~cejving
,oo "n"
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lab~l·
RAII'I·SODDEN STATES
COUNT
DEAD.
1i_ _THEIR
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eac~
N,H.
N:Y,
CORNING
•• ELMIRA.
CAMPTOWN •
"ENN.
o
ATLAHTIC
OCUH
o
100
Thai could me9n that such major 1
sU!JllJi.rs as lire Ullit.rl SI.lrS,:
Ill'ilain and Jal13n lIIay hal'e 111\
('\13ngc Iheir labels III clln[lIrl1l 10
1:-.11,'.\ '\"'I,'pllll:u)
Cllnadian I'Cquil'emcnls hefore their 01-:.\'1'11 '1'1)1.1. IlISES-i':lIl1lh("" 011 III'W,m"p ill,lk"le llumb"r III
goods ean be
ol'rr Canadian known deat! in slalrs hil hl' Untlll wa:cr,. SI)atlrrl al'ca, show II'hCIC
countcn,
Ia slale ul emergcnry pl'c\,ails.
\
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'If'" " th, nIImh.. "
hoar~ sugge~led
reinlorce parlicular parIs of the i
labric.
WII.L LABEL nlPORTS
The new federal regulaliom. an· .
nounced by Trade :llinislcr Ho\\'e
Fridny, will apply not onl), on
goods manufactured in Canada bul
also on those imported Lor Cana· i
dian sale,
'
O!!iciall aaid thc), believe Can·'
ada is the first counh'~' to impose •
such labelling controls. They said I
it will not be mandalory for a1l'
lextile goods sold in Canada 10 be •
labelled, but it labels are used,
they must cunform to the new
rules.
'
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c1~arly
~old
·1
cnrporatl~n;, ~MOO
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r!gu!atl'1ln~
r.~'.I' fedH~1 r~gu!lI!O!!!
h
m."- ,,,,,,,,,,1, lh. C".,; '" 1, ..h"" I..
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A!!cmtlOn of ('cnwmHs-ret111.\· shal! not be de;lgned in I!'!Y
e.r~. garment manufacturers. tex' l Imann.erI that is ca!c.u,!a.t,ed or likely
Itl. """ .." ,,' lh' ,,,.,,., , m. ,,' " '''''''
~ale
nnles~
i
~e
the mines Is considered In the ap' old on October 20th.
Mrs. Benedlcl Farrell WaJ in here doing business for Canada
Fibres making up less than five better labelling, In ils report on toes or claws. !lIost of them have
Ilo\\ever, before any commit. pllcation,
John Sweeney was 4 years
1 , John's
visiting her son Packers Ltd,
per cent of the product cannot be the Canadian wool tariff inquiry four·toed feet. but some have
Oelobcr 241h. llappy hlrlhday" St
Hl'ian who is A patient at St.
Mr, Ronald Hal'I'ry travclllng Iisled
the supplier
. last Febl'unry. Ihe
only Ihrce toc; n
foot.
o
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,I?hn. Special gl'eelings from Aunt: r;lal'(!'S Hospilal.
salesman Is prcs~nt1y here in the indicales Ihey are being used to. - .._.-.--.---.- .--.- .. -..... -.--.--.---------- .. - ..-.
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Dick Tucker were in the city Sun- knitted by machine.
d
If the
15 made of more
BY·
",. ,,' "" R,h«1 C,h"
hh,."", .. , m",""
were recent visitors to the Capl· of wool and D)'lon-all the fibres ment.
tal.
must be listed on the label in or·
ASKED BY TARIFF BOARD
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happ~'
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CO~lBINATION
Satu~day
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,anat ('l ,f,lt s
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Many
returns to Mr. ralne Murphy, Mary Smallcombe.
hIE kl I h
83
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t th
I IC ae
ze e W 0 was year! Miss Jean" cart y &epn e
th'
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"I", loom ."k,,' .1 H,. G"",.
'.1 llW An application for the 12nd
are
e to
his
Brian and Eddie,
Misses Margaret Luffman and
1:1,1, .•• from olle local operator Ie l
uses an a SC lIe
I
A very happy birthday greeting Patsy Whelan were weekend visl·
',.,
lor \
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dJII~hlel' \1'3~
~yril
utllitte~
u't]( av
G
twpen a par ~s WI
e arrang· 1 I'eetlng~
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Dill 3123-3124-3125
and 3126
(4 Lines)
800 On Your Radio Dial
WE
SERVE
WE
SERVE
Our Services Are Free!
Help Us To Help Others
Bid Generously
OR'S NOTE: The
EV~ 01 Churc"e, of
C01lIl~ s.A. will hOllor
the s' . lIique Churc"_itl°!ftiml
gele
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11.'-dtd at the NatiOll4<
_war 01\ Ihe Churches
enee
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church ~ttell bit 11 ml:mtlul
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By LOUIS L.
OS ANGELES (NNEaAtl)OJ
J, thodism's All
to Me .
Angeles'
dation tn Los
",hOlesale district. Come
. on the second
o:[Jt~ee Adult Club House.
~ 5t across the alleys
I~ brick wallS of the
t~Unn:s main unit. Look
o.
At 7.45 Tonight & Tomorrow Night
OVER STATION VOW R
INSTRUCTIONS FOR BIDDING
Tun. in on VOWR •• have one of these lists by you' •• DIAL 3123-31243125,3126 (4 Lines).
1st -State the Lot Numbel on which you are bidding.
2nd-State the Amount of your bid.
3rd..:.State your Name and Address,
,
NOTICE •
1924
V
The Auctioneers will offer the various articles in groups of Ten, and will
o
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keep you informed about the bidding until the article is sold.
R
knocked down to you; take the delivery order given you to the donor and
HOW TO SECURE YOUR GOODS
Call at the Offij:es of Ja5. R. Tucker, Springdale Street, pay for thi lot or loti
obtain delivery of the articles purchased.
Article
Value
Arllde
161-Gasolinr •..........•....••••...•••.• 5.00
162-Hot Turkey Dinner~ (or 4 " ........ 11.00
lfi3-1 Gent's Leather Dl'cssing Case •••••• 6.98
164-1 Sugar Cream antI T~apot Set ...... 2.50
185-1 Case Carnation ~liIk ........••..•• 7.20
166-1 Sct "Autolile' Spark Plu~s ••••••.. 5.40
167-1 Schaefer Fountain Prn ....•••.•.. , fI.95
11;3-1 Carton \'anilla Es:;cnce , •••.•••.••• 12.00
11;11-1 Art Picture """" ............ .. In.oo
1iG-Rudy Mixed Concrete •.• , .••••••••• 50.00
Donor
McKInley Motor! Ltd.
Benville Tea Roum~
The Arcade
S. O. Steel~ & Sons
~trs. Capt. Mills
Whdan's Gara~e
La racey's Remembrance Shop
Imperial MnIG. Co.
Vogue Art Gallery
Dawc's Duribrick
171-Dry Cleaninll ................••..•••• 5.00
In-50 L\ls. Good Loral ('abha~e ..•••.•. 5.00
173-1 Fluorescent Desk Lamp .........••. 1:1.50
5.00
174--Guolin~ .... " ..................... .
4.50
17~6 Lbs. Table Buller •••••..•.•.......
176-1 Sheet Arborite """ ......... " .. . 17.C,0
177-1 Year Subscription to Atlantic Guardian 5.00
6.00
178-1 Chest Ceylon Tea .............. ; . "
1711-1 Carton Borden's Milk .....•........ 8.16
180-1 "Towmman" Suit b~' "Io'a~hion Craft";
2·plece. Double or Single Breasted •.. 69.00
Mew's Dry Clcaner~
Pelty Hr. Farmer
Snowlile Ltd.
Palmer's Service Station
Pretty's Grocer~'
A. II. ~Iurray & Co. I.td.
Guardian Ltd.
T. Hallett & Co.
Harvey & Co.
18t-3 Dol. "Brylcrrem" lIalr Dressing •.. , 17.20
182-:1 Doz. Fresh E~~s ."." ... ".; ..... 5.00
183-1 \'ear Subscription Sunday Herald •• 2.50
184-Gas or Groccries ........... , •....•.• 5.00
t8il-Tollet Articles •.•••••••••••••••••••• 10.00
F. Penney
Soper's. Topsail Road
The Publisher~
Elliott's Variety Siore
MacDonald's Wholesale
188-10 Pkgs. lIousell01d Coal •••...... , •• 8.75
18i-l·3·Way Floor Lamp ••....••...... ,' 15.75
188-1 Gal. Paint ....................... . 6.00
189-1 QU. Labrador Shore Cure Fish •• ,. 12.00
190-1 Table Model Marconi Radio ••.••••• 26.9:1
191-1 Ladip~ Skirt or Choice of Good~ ••
192-\ Set Car Rugs ................... .
103-1 "Pyrrx" Percolalcr ...••••......••
194--1 Ban'el Local Potatoes ••.••••••...••
111:1-1 Permanent Wnl'e ................ ..
196-1 Coil Manilla Rope .............. ..
197-1 Double Durner Hoi Plnce ••••••••.•
198-1 lIorsl' Ru~ .....•........•••••••.••
1119-1 Gelll'~ Shirt ............. " ... : .. .
200-·1 Ladil'~' 17 Je\\'!'1 Rllel \\'fi~t Watch.
Expansion Bracelet ................ ..
2111-1 Sacll
Onioll~
..................... .
202-~'lipJlcr Pic fill' 4, Icooked by ~Irs. J.
R. Tucker) .............•..........
203-~1il1 Work to Suit Purchaser •••••...
204--15 Lbs. S3usage~ ................. .
20~1 Case Wax Beans ................ ..
206-1·28" Trunk ....................... .
207-1 Case "Jacko" ..................... .
208-1 Mirron ......................... ..
20ll-ri~h, Your Choice ................. .
210-1 Pair Garden Urns ................ .
211-Shoe Repairs ...•
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•••
212-10 Barrels Sand .................. ..
213-1 Gal. Gloss Elastic White Paint ••••
214--1 Roast of Beef .................. ..
215-1 Carton Bacon .................. ..
218-1 Hamper ,Asstd. Biscuits .......... ..
21'-1 Pair Men s Seal Skin Slippers ••••••••
218-11 Lb•• "Mother'~ Own" Tea •••••••••
2111-1 Floor Rug. 45 x 23 '........... " ..
220-1 Pair Gept's Trousers ............. .
7.95
15.00
4.95
l!.Oll
10.00
4.00
12.50
1O.0U
6.0U
The Royal Stores Ltd.
Drug~
Wyatt Coal & Salt Co.
Fry's Englneerln!: Co.
Chester Dawe Ltd.
Andrcw's Lawrador Export
Co.
Canadian ~Iarconl Co.
Clarke'S Dress Shop
Terra Nova ~lotor8
United Agencies Ltd.
Ruby. Line Farmer
Amcrlcan Beauty l'al'lo\l1'
Colonial Cordalte Co.
City Electric Co.
Bert GuzzlI'cll
I.. Swersk)'
Simon LC\'i!z & Son LId.
49.50
4.50
&A. J. Tohin
R.OO
15.00
7.50
5.60
11.00
4.80
10.00
4.00
17.00
~Ir. and ~Irs. T. S, Walsh
John F. Wescott
Sparkes Meat ~Iarket
Jackman & Grcene
Lawrence Bros. Ltd.
Earle Sons & Co.
Can. Pittsburgh Indu~h'iel
Atlantic FI~h Market
A. G. Barnes.
5.00
7.00
0.B5
5.00
4.50
6.00
4.50
12.00
5.00
1B.00
Modern Shoc Hospital
Len Vardy
Standard MCg. Co.
Neville Bugden
Chalker & Co. Ltd.
Purity Factories Ltd.
Parker & Monroe
Gco. P. Bowden & Co .. Lid.
Littlejohn's Variety Store
Wm. L. Chafe
221-Stallonerr.......................... . !I.OiI
22!!-1 Brass l'4ameplute and Letter Slot •• 10.00
223-1 rase Llbby'~ Brown Beans ••.••.•••• 6.00
224--1 Gent's Leather Wallet •.•••••.•••• 5.00
10.00
225-1 .·ishing Rod ., ..
228-1 Gal. PittsburGh l'nint •••••••••••••• 7.00
227-Al'on Cosmetics ................... . 3.00
228-1 C.G.E. Electric Krttlr ....•••••••••• 11.95
:!!!9-1 Ca!e "Vita" Swcet Chow ......... . li.OO
230-1 Wash Basin .................... .. 20.00
Woodstock Sale~
"!
United Nail & foundry
CralgmllIer Stores
l'nrsons' Dru'g Store
The Sports Shop
B. Stokes & Son~
IIIrs. Ruby Crane
II. F. Fanning & Son
General Traders Ltd.
J. G. Crawford Lid.
231-1 Pair Skid Chains ................. . ]4.00
232-4 Pairs Nylons ..................... . R.OO
5.00
2~ Lbs. Local Cabbage ............ ..
234--1 CIs Carnation Milk ............... . 7.20
2S~1 :IoGal. Milk Can ................... . 10.50
238-1 Birthday Cake ................... . !I.OO
2.'17-1 C/s Asstd. Jams ................. . 6.00
2.'18-1 Bag Carrolls .................... .. 5.00
23D-l Kitchen Stool .................. .. 6.95
24Q-l Electric Steam Iron •••••••••••••• 17.50
Commercial Equipment Co.
Bon Marche
Quidi Vidi Farmer
.T. p. Williams
N£ld. Tractor & Equip. Co.
McGuire'S Bakery
Cheivers Foods
Geo. Churchill & Sons
Baine Johnston & Co.
J. C. Pratt & Co. Ltd.
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247-1 Case York Deef Stew ............. . :1.50
248-1 Mb. Box Assorted Toffee ........ .. 3.00
2411-1 Set Spark Plugs ................... . 5.40
25.00
280-1 Plate Glass •••••
Nightingale Motora
N£ld. Coal Co.
lIayward Greene & Sons Lid.
Ruby's Grocery
N£ld. Hotel Drug Store
Ambrose Murrin,
Crown Taxi
E. Noel
Davey Fong
Acadia Gas
Ben Tulk
16.50
9.10
5.00
4.00
7.SO
10.95
3.19
5.00
12.50
21.60
Wm. Heap & Partners
Canada Packers
Bert Edwards.
Colonial Cordage Co.
Geo. Langmead Ltd.
Cornwall Drugs
Canadian Fire Corp.
Windsor's Snack Bar
The Big 6
.
Nfld. Armature Works Ltd,
141-1 Set Ramco Car Rings .... " ........
2t2-1,2 Ton Household Coal ••••••••••••••
24S-Groccrles ......................... .
244-1 Box Apple! •••••••••••••••••••
245-1 Writlng Case .................... ..
Z46-Tlxl Drive ........................ .
t t t
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15.00
11.50
10.00
6.00
11.00
5.00
• I •••
251-1 Electric Walfle Iron ............. .
201-1 Clle Maple Leal Detergent •••• , •••
l13-Good' Your Cbolce •••••••••••••••••
2M-1 COll Manllla Rope ............... .
105-1 BI, Ben Alarm Clock ............ ..
2l1li-1 Kltcben Scales .................. ..
211-1 Gal. Antifreeze ................... .
_ _Soutbern Fry Chicken and Chips ••••
118-1 Gent's Hurricane Jacket •••.••••••
286-1 Tire to Suit ..................... .
281-1 Bottle Channel II Perfume •••••••• 0.00
282-1 Lady's Bathing Suit ............. .. 4.00
28S-1 Kitchen Step on Can ............. . 3.00
2M--J T.V. Wrought Iron Stand ......... . 6.95
286-Dry Cleaning •• , ................... ' 10.00
288-1 Barrel Turnips ................... . 6.00
287-2 Pairs Misses Sld·Cap Shoes •••••••• 7.00
2f18-Dustbane Sweeping Compound •••••• 7.00
269-1 Crib lIattresR ...... , .............. . 10.00
23.00
270-1 Kitchen Sink •••• ,.
I
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.'."
Crocker's Drug Store
n. C. Windsor Ltd.
Ern Clouston Lid.
City Radio .It Music
McCormack's
White Hills Farmer
Sidney Caplan Ltd.
B. B. Stafford
H. J. Keats
C .A. Hubley Lid.
110
DODor
Value
• AUCTION WILL BE DONATED
2% TOTAL VALUE OF
:17 I-Gasoline .. . • . . . . . . . . .. . ...... .... • • 5.00
37;!-Dry Cleaning ....................... 5.00
373-1 Kitchen Step Stool ....••..••••••.• 10.90
BY BEVERAGE SALES LTD.
374-1 Pair ~Ien's Scal Skin Slippers ...... 4.25
:!75-0il Change and Grease ..........•••. R.OO
376-1 Lar!:e Doll •.............••.••.•••.
7.20
:171-1 Gent's Parka Coat .........•.••••• 14.75
37R-3 (ials. Turpentine ..•••.......•...•• 6.00
37P-~ I.b~. Rainbow Tea .................
7.00
373-100 Gal~. Fuel Oil ................... 20.74
~lcKinlaY'5 Motn,.
Mews Dry Cleaners
Harvey Lumber & Hardll'lrl
ware
Parker & 1II0nroe Ltd.
PenDy's Service Stalinn
I. F. Perlin & Co., Ltd
CrOfS & Co.
R. Long & Son Agtnci".
Geo. Neal Ltd.
Imperial Oil Ltd.
:18/-1 Pair Ladies' Sral Skin Siippcl'5 ..... !i.75
:lB2-1 C"se Orange Juice ................ 4.80
3S:1-1 PIII'lrait .......................... 10.00
:!B-l-G rlleerics ...........................
!i.00
365-1 Gal. Antitrreze ................... 4.35
:13(;-1 150·watt Soldering Iron .......... "
5.00
387-50 I.bs. Local Cabbage .......•.••..• 5.00
383-1 Pair Gent's Shoes ................. 7.95
389-1 ~letal Kitchen Stoe] ............•••• 6.1l5
390-~2 Ton Reading Anthracite Coal ...•.• 17.50
IV. II. F.winl! " Son.
Cornwal\ Fruits
(;arland'! Studio
P. " P. Groccry
Brown'! Service Station
A~lta Sales
Brookfield Farmer
The Arcade
Baine Johnston &: Co.
A. Harvey & Co., I.ld.
39/-1 Sct Autolitc Spark Plug; .......... 5.40
392-1 QII. Shore Cure Labrador Fish ..•••. 12.00
Whelan's Garage
Andrews Labrador E:'P0rt
Co.
Earle Sons &: Co., !.td.
Standard IIIfg. Co.
She[[man Bros.
Collingwood's r,rocery
Abbott's Groct'ry
F. E. Best & Co., J.td.
H. F. Fanning .It Sr.n
Distributors of CMa-Co/a and Keep Kool Beverages
~------------------------------------------------~-Donor
Article
Vall\~
2jl-St~ak Dinner for 4 ................. .
272-1 I"lint Prestige Bgg Benter ....... .
273-1 Cm' Dispenser. and
1 Cur Clcan·up Kit .........•....••••
274-2 Gal,. Pl'cslone .................•..
275-12 Tins CadbufY's In,tant Chocolate ....
276-(;00d;;, Yllur Choice ............••..
277-4 10·Lb Tins Waterproof S~aler ..... .
27!!-2 Doz. Plated Dessert Knil'es •.•.....
279-4 Scripto Thin Lead Pcncil~ .........•
280-1 C.G.E. Electric Automatic Frypan ..
12.(}O
281-Choice of Articles or Goods ......... .
282-1 Yardley's Gift Set (Larlies) .... ..
283-1 Sleeping Doll and I Boy's Shirt .. ..
284-1 Storm Sash Complete .......••.••..
285--1 Hot Plate ............••........••
286-3 DOl. Loba Javel Water ..•.•..••••...
287-4 Pairs Nylons .......• , ............•
288-1 fire Screen ...•.•..•...••.........
28.tJ-l Box Apples ......••........••.•.•
290-1 Ladirs Dress .................. ..
201-2,2 Qll. Shore Cure Fish ....••.....•..
292-1 Barrel 'furnip~ ..•...•.............
~9a-1 Roasl oC Beef .................. ..
294-1 Coil Copper Pipe .... ,'-; .......... ..
295--1 Humpty .........•.............•..
29r.-.Sewin~ Machine Repairs ........... .
207--1 Laciirs Dressing Table Set ..... ".
zm-t C/o Orange Juke ............... .
21l9-Southern Fry Chick~n and Chips for 4
300-1 Gent's Trapnell Special Wrist Walch
l'ark·I.e
7,9~
l:niled ,\gcnclrs Uri.
6.6;;
8.50
Adrl"ilic ~Iutors
Baird :llotors
T. A. :llc:\ah & ('0.
T. )lc:llunlo & Co.
1I0l'II'00d Lumber Co.
Sanitary Prorlucts
\\'ait~r E. Whitr
H. F. Fanning & Son
10.00
5.7j
5.0G
1O.0U
4.i5
Clayton Kin'!
Connors Ltd.
Premier Garment Co.
John Baker & Son
Baine .Johnston & Co. Ltd.
A..J. Dunne & Co.
Friend
1\~yle Soper Hardware
S"lIl :llercer
Gourley's Gown Salon
7.5G
5.00
11.00
10.00
6.00
19.95
l~.H
6,00
10.00
Ii.OO
20,00
7.50
G.Ol'
5.0,]
15.00
9.0a
lli.nn
12.95
4.00
6.00
25.00
301-Calendars. Your Choice ........... .. lli.O"
302-6.l.bs. Peter Pan Bacon ........... . 1i.40
:103-1 Budgie Bird and Cage ..•.•......• 12.(JO
5.00
304-Grocerie~ ......................... .
305--1 Barrel Potatoes .................. . 6.0n
308-1 Gal. Flat White Paint .•.••..••..... 5.75
307-1 Bicycle Tire and Tube .......... .. B.50
308-1 Year Subscription Atlantic Guardian Ii.OO
8.00
309-(lood~. Your Choice ............... ..
310--1 Cream Separater ..... , ..••.•...... 53.50
.311-3 qts. Glidden "Spread Satin" Paint .. 5.85
312-24 sets Plastic Salt & Pepper Shakers .. 9.6U
313-1 Pair Double Bcd Size Cotton Sheets •. 5.75
31ol-Gasoline ........................... . 5.00
315-Pry Cleaning ..................... . 5.00
316-Groceries .......................... . 7.50
:117-1 QU. Best Quality Salt Fish .. " .. .. 12.50
318-5 Lbs. Golden Pheasant Tea ••..••••• 7.00
3111-Cut Flowers ...•........•.• , ..•...• 8.00
320-1 Silvers' Special Wrist Watch (Ladies
or Gents) ••......••........••••..... 24.75
321-2 Doz Tins Avon Apple Pie Filling •• 5.00
322-2 Pairs Men's Sid Cap Shoes ......••• 10.00
8.50
:l23-~ Boxes Van Kirk Chocolate Bars .•••
324-Flowers. Your Choice ••.•••...•••••• 5.00
325--1 Kct tie and Boiler ............... . 6.75
328-6 Pairs Senorita Nylons •••••••••••• 5.3~
5.00
327-1 Carton Cake Mix .......... " ... "
328-1 Gents Military Set .. " ......... .. 6.00
3211-2 Boxes Candy .................... . 6.05
330-1 Grey Russian Squirrel Choker (2
skins) •• , •..•••... , .........••.•..• 39.50
331-1 Case Good Luck Margarine •••••••• 8.00
332-1 C.G.E. Steam Iron .............. .. 17.50
333-1 Hot Plate .. " ............ ~ ...... .. 4.75
334-1 Electric Fixture ................ .. 5.00
335--1 Permanent Wnve ................ . 10.00
336-1 Set Autolite Spark Plugs .•..•••••• 5.40
337-1 Box Apples .................... .. 5.50
338-5 Ibs. Chase & Sanborn's Coffee .•••. 'i.OO
33n-:1 Ladles' Nylun Slip ......... " ..... 5.00
340-1 Gent's "Royal Oak" Ol'ercoat. styled
and tailored by Fashion Craft ......•. 65.00
341-2 Boxes Chocolate Bars ••.••••••.... ' 4.00
342-1 Trunk ........................... . 7.00
343-Groceries ....... : ......... " ....... . 5.00
344-1 Sack Potatoes (Blue) ............ .. 3.75
345--Two 4 lb. Tins Biscuits ............. . 5.00
346-4 Prs. Lincoln Nylons .......... " .. . 7.20
347-Goods Your ChOIce " ...... " .... ". 10.00
348-Radio Repairs .................. " .. 10.00
3411-1 Case Lynn Valley Peas ••••••..•••• 4.00
350-1 Set Car Seat Covers (Installed to suit
any car) ......................... .. 28.00
3:11-Goods Your Choice ............. "." 5.00
352-Boudolr Set (3 Lamps) " .......... .. 9.75
6.95
353-1 Plastic Baby's Bath ..............."
3M-1 Box. Apples ..................... .. 5.5U
355-1 Year's Subscription Sunday Herald .• 2.50
356-12 l·lb Bags Klondike Kisses •••••••• 6.00
357-1 Case Libby's Deep Brown Beans •••• 7.00
358-Goods Your Choice ................ .. 10.00
3511-1 Pair Chlldren's "Tundra" Gaiters ••. 4.35
360-50 elght·foot Lengths 2 x 4 Dressed
Lumber .••........•....••••• , ••..... 26.00
361-1 Gal. Mat Salin Paint •....•........
362-1 Case White Cross Toilet Tissues (laO
rolls) ................... .. .. .. . . .. •
363-1 Case Tustee Polled lIIeat.............
364-1 Door. Your Choice ................
365--1 Carton Kraft Cheese ..............
366--6 Dozen Caribou Exercise Books .••••
367-4 Scrlpto Thin Lend Pencils ....•.••••
368-4 Pairs Phantom Nylons ............
369-1 32.picce Dinner Set ...••.•...•••.
370-1 Brass ~'irc Scrern .•.•..••.•......
5.70
15.00
7.20
g.OO
3.60
5.00
6.00
R.O()
12K,
30.00
Bros.
\\'111. Halliday
)Iax l.all'lor
Wm. Tiller Ltd.
Pope's Furniture
Singer Se\\'ing :llachiJiC
EIl'ctric rtitities
Ea,t End Stores Ltd.
~Iax Silax
R. II. Trapnell !.td.
()'Eri~n
40\-2 Pairs ~lisses' Sid Cap Shoe! .•.•.. 7.00
402-1 1\0. 4 Stanley Plane. . . . . . . . . . ...... 7.30
40:1-6 Jars Home ~Iade Preserl'e ...•..•. 4.00
~Ool-l Barrel Local Potators ............••
6,00
405-1 Yenr', Subscription Sunday Ht'rald •. 2.50
401i-8 Lhs. ~lother's Own Tea (L2 Ibs.) .... 1:!.00
407-1 Coil Manilla Rope ................ 4.00
40A-l Accordion ........................ Hi.OO
409-1 Case Good Luck Mar~arine ••••..•. 8.00
410-1 Full Size Sleeping Bag ......••.•. 40.00
I.ald. Calendar Co.
Peter l'~n Sal~s
HOll l'C of Flower~
Fradshnm's Supermarket
Kane's Valley Farmer
Sl:mdarrl mg. Co.
Pike·s. Cyclr Shop
r.unnlian Ltd.
Prominent Style Shop
,Iomoe ,Iachinery and
Equipment Co.
The Franklyn Pilint Store.
Sanitary Products.
A. II. Pierpoint
Topsail Service Station
~lacCormac's
I.co Healey
Fishery Products
J. B. Mitchell & Son !.ttl.
Howse oC 1o'lolI'crs
Sih'ers JewelIer),
J. B. Mitchell & Sons Ltd.
Sidney Caplan, Ltd.
Globe Trading Co.
Pine Bud Nurseries
"·m. J. Clouston Ltd.
The Arcade
Noels Grocery
Rickett's Drug Store
T. & ~I. Winter
Perlman Furriers
Nfld. Marg~rine ('n.
II. F. Fanmng & Son
Baine' Johnston & Co.
Jas. R. Tucker
American Beauty Parlour
Whelan's Garage
W. J. ~Iurphy
Standard Brands
~lidtown Stores
'fhe Royal Stores !.td.
Geo. P. Bowden & Co.
Lawrence Bros. Ltd.
O'Keefe's Red & White
A. Stanley & Son
F. E. Knigbt
Windsor Agencies
R. A. Templeton
Jack's RadiO Shop
Geo. Broomfield
Auto Service Co. Lid.
Hunt's Variety store
J. D. Ashley
United Agencics Ltd.
.Wm. Anthony
The Publishers
Browning Harvey Ltd.
Well Wisher
Elizabeth Drugs
Parker & Monroe Lid.
LeDrew's Lumber
KelligrcIVs
Standard Mfg. Co.
393-1 ra~e Jocko .... " ..... ".......... 4.BO
3R4-1 Gal Oubide White Paint .....•••.• 6.20
395-1 (lent's Station Wagon Coat .•••.••. 12.50
a9[)-(;roceries ........................... 5.00
397--1 Ca~e Orange Juice •........••••.•. 4.80
398-1 I,itchen Step·on Can .......•.•.... 6.50
:199-1 C.G.E. Trent Electric Clock ........ 11.95
400-1 Bnglish Potlery Hors d'oeune
(4 sCfl'ice~) ........................ 23.50
Y a r d,
Interlace Tissue ~lills !.Ill.
Ceo. Froude
Mark Gosse & Son
G. Butler & Co.. !.lei.
Morgan's Printing
Walter E. White
Well Wisher
BmlTing Brus., Ltd.
Chcst.er Dawe. Ltd.
411-1 Cream & Sngar Sct ................
412-1 FI:pper Pie ......................
2.50
6.00
4\3-Shop R~pairs ....................... ~.OO
414-1 Fresh Frozen Salmon .....•.....•• 6.00
415--1 Case Libhy's Cooked Corn Beef .. ". 4.80
416-0ne 100·Watt Solderin/! Iron ........ 6.g0
417-1 Gall'anizerl Garbage Pail .......... 4.00
418-6 Tins Floor Wax ........ :......... 5.40
411l--1 Box Apples ..............•.•••...• 5.50
420--1 5·tube ~Iarconi Radio •...•.••.••••• 26.95
421-Suhscriplion Atlantic Guardian ...••• 5.00
422-1 )lirror ..............•......•....• 10.00
423-4 Scripto Thin Lead Pencils ... , .••••• 6.00
5.00
4~4-1 Roast ........................... .
425--3 Gals. Nugold :llotor Oil ••.•••••••• 3.00
426:""Groceries .......................... . 5.00
427-100 Fence Palings ................ .. 6.50
428--2 Cases Royal Assorteu Drink! •••••••• 4.80
429-1 Gal. Duowear Paint .............. .. 4.95
430-1 15·plate Car Battery ............. .. 20.00
43i-l Ladies' Sweater or Goods ........ .. 6.95
432-Grocerics ........................ .. 5.00
433-2 Pairs Bol's' Sid Cap Shoes ....... .. 9.00
434-1 Hot Plate ........................ . 4.75
435--1 Set Autolite Spark Plugs •••••••••• 5.40
43li-l Carton Cake Mix " .............. .. 5.00
437-8 Lh~. :llother's Own Tea ...••••••••• 12.00
438-nevlon Make·up Travel Case ........ 15.00
439-1 Case Banquet Potted Meat .....••• 5.00
440-1 Ladies' Sill'er Plated Dressing Set •• 21.50
441-1.~ Ton Hous~hold Coal ............ .. 11.50
142-1 Banel Turnips ................. .. 6.00
Ha-Gasoline ........................... . 5.00
44ol-1 Carton Lilac Tea Bags ••••••••••••• 6.00
445-6 Pairs Nylons ..................... . 6.00
5.00
446-Groceries ......................... "
447-1 llamper Biscuits ................. . IWO
H8-5 Lbs. Ruinbow Tea ......... " .... .. 7.00
H9-12 Qu~rts Castrol ~Iotor Oil ..•.....•• 6.60
450-1 C.G.E. Automatic Electric Fry Pan .• 19.95
451-Dry Cleaning ...................... .
452-21·picce Tea Set .................. ..
453-1 Coil Manilla Rope ............... ..
454- l h qtl. Choice Cured Fish ••••••..••••
455--1 Case Carnation Milk ......••••••••
458--1 C.G.E. Electric Kettle .......•••••••
457-2 Dozen Plated Dessert Knives ••••••
458-1 Case Robin Hood Cake Mix ....••••
459-1 Box Assorted Wafers and Biscuits .•
460-Painting or Interior Decorating ••...•
461-1 Lady's and 1 Gent's Toilet Set ......
462-2 Cartons Biscuits ........••.•••••••
4G3-Lunches, Your Choice ••••••••••••••
464-1 Storm Window ................... .
465--1 Local Turkey ................... ..
46!!-1 Canary and Cage ................ ..
5.00
5.50
4.00
8.00
7.20
11.9:>
10.00
4.20
6.28
20,00
3.25
6.00
5.00
12.00
15.00
21.00
467-B Lbs. Mother's Own Tea •...••...... 12.00
46!!-1 Lady's Week·end Suitcase with 6 Jars
of Superb Ointment ................ .. 15.00
469-Christmas Tree Lights, Bidder's selee·
tion ............................. ", 5.00
470-1 Coleman Gasoline Camp Stove •••••. 19.50
471-Gasoline ........................... . 5.00
472-200 Birch Junks .................. .. 5.40
473-1 Case Fruit Juice ................ .. 4.32
474-3 Bags Nails ................. " ...•• 22.50
475-1 Baby Seal (White Coat) .......... .. 15.00
47R-Ga!olinp ........................... . 5.00
477-8 Lbs. Mother's Own Tea ••..•••••••••• 12.00
7.00
47!!-lleJl~I"s to Bieycl~ ................ ..
Roper & Son
Sidney Caplan Ltd.
Wm. Noseworthy Ltd.
~Iiss Ann Scott
Bay Bulls Farmer
The Publishers.
Geo. p. Bowden" CO J.'~.
colonial Cordage Cn.
I. F. Perlin &: Co.• Ltd.
Nfld. lIIargarine Co.
John Mouland
Cit)' Radio & Music
Flippers by Mr. and ~Ir<. T.
S. Walsh. Cooking by ~Ir.
and Mrs. Sandy Morri!.
City Shoe Repairs
Fort Amherst Seafoodl
Rideout & Dawe
Wm. Noseworthy Ltd.
K. Ruby Lid.
G. S. Doyle Ltd.
Wm. Mugford & Son
Great EasterD Oil " ImFNI
Co., Ltd.
Guardian Preu
Canadian Pittsburgb Inl.u.
tries
Walter E. White
Gus Lawlor
Canadian Tire Corp.
M. J. O'Brien
H. V. Randell Ltd.
Royal Aerated Water
Buckingham's HardWIn
Royal G~rage
Clarke'8 Dress Shop
Octagon Red " White Sup'
market
Sidney. Caplan Ltd.
Baine Johnston " Co.
Whelan's Garage
Hall's Grocery
Geo. P. Bowden &; Co., Ltd.
Hogan's Drug Store
P. C. O'DriscoU Ltd.
Sam LaFosse
Nfld. Coal Co.
Topsail Road Farmer
Palmer's Service Station
Harvey & Co .• Ltd.
Bon Marche
Arthur Parsons
Purity Factorie.
Geo. Neal Ltd.
.T. H. Roberts & Co.
H. F. Fanning " Son
MacCorma!'s
United Agencies Ltd.
Colonial Cordage Co.
Ray Riche
N£ld. Brokerage
H. F. Fanning & Son
Sanitary Products
A. E. Hickman " Co.. Ltd.
Browning Harvey Ltd.
Chesley ChaCe
Feehan's Drug Store
G. S. Doyle Ltd.
"Knightville"
Abel Windsor
E. B. Tucker
Wesley You n g People"
Union
Geo. P. Bowden & Co., Ltd.
\l'lndoll'.
over there across
fences leaning In
zags and those trash·llittl'.
'ards-just look at that
l ok of decrepit. twc.-s((11
es cut off by the
tbat wholesale
"ond the warehouse
• ore decaying housesj
111
'
other wareh
ouse.
.
Ol'ercrowdlng here IS
est in any residential
!>ngeles Country. The
level is the lowest,
income less than $1.000
There are more arrest!
within a four·block
'(ations than ill any
~[ Los Angeles. and
also tops the county.
Once juvenile uc'''''{''.
,Iso a ~erioUS problem.
the founding nf All .
hI! droPpcd 83 per cen
droP continues. Seen
!ocial background. this
,bort of I minor mi
:us
~or
• • •
!s It a 1l01lice·tvl::tl
o[ mere repres~ion. It
.cle of creating an
in which boys and
delight In wholesome
lair play, mutual
personal achlel·ement.
Such an atmospbere
al!d only by Icalder;shl
eOJ\1ecreated and
\\'u brought to pass
Xltlona' founder. Dr.
Oxnam. now one of
Gutst.ndin, bishops.
held for a quarter 01
by hit .ucce!sor, Dr.
McKibben, now di
work for Methodism
Board of Misllons.
New Postal
Regulations
In order that the
hive more time in
miliarlze themselves
Postal regulation
ptrmi55ible ........."."
velope5 for
lhe mails and to Ufe
on band, there has
lion of the effecti"e
regulatIon to Feb. I.
announced by the
plrtment toda)·.
The new regulation
Into effect I to"'V!,,,.
Universal Postal
Congress In Brussels,
no enl'elope. may be
mailing which Is
than .. Inches long
'!ide. It was pointed
PQssible with very
are usually much
dimensions menti()Oe,jl
of greeting cards.
Innouncements are
very small envelopes
The reason for
Ihe conl'ention b,·
Postal Union
experienced by
lIlinistrations in
"ery small en'vcl'lPe~1
increasing
of mail handling
letter mail, for
chine cancelled, but
Pos!ible with I'erv sa
Which must be s~t
~ancelled. These
due to their small
eome entrappcd in
of mail, with _M. . a,"
del&y in delivery.
Tbe Post Office
been in contact
manufacturers Ol'er
rears with a I'iew to
IUistance
\I';S
If I buman fam
POrtion to I family
daily grocery list
IOmethlng like 50
~ pounds of
doughnuts, 10
lit heads of lettuce,
Ion of 100 cream.
Allan Morgan, Coley's Pt.
Thomas Tucker & Sons
John Leckie Ltd., Halifax
King's Bridge Service Stn.
Avalon Coal Supply
Bradbury's Grocery
Dawe's Nail. and Foundry
Thos. Bishop
Brookfield Service Station
Geo. P. Bowden & Co., I.td.
~rack's Bicycle Shop, 'Top'
sail Road.
GREEK
b ~omen in Greece
a~Onal luffraee
run for Jlllionil
~~eD~A~ILY~N~EW~S~,~W~ED_N_E~SD_A_Y_,O_C_T_.2_6_,1_9~S5~__________________________________________________________________________________________~____~13
lh~,s ,~~~~~~,e of the. ":.,,,,.,.C,,--hurch
Natio~s Leave Your Auto At Home
All
I
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rNT I Chllrches 01 ellri,lI ill
.' .-('1. IS.•P4.
A!\.
:~I t· qlle ChUTCh 01 All Na·
,,'(l" "I"h' d .peciol cilotion to be
,.. il! II Ollar L03
,I
•
nl Ihe
Nalionol Call1eT'
:-<" .. •u"1
.I
""·,IlI'· "" Churell ts on d SaclO
'" ~~ ,
d N
1 Th
clon
:";'/l'( in Clot'
alb"" 1,'
.,.~"".g d;~palr" desm '"11 . It
~II Nolions Foundation
by n membeT 01 tilt
.~ •• fl.
"
J;' tul'lS
:.~t'J~II"'!
"raft. I.. WILSO,
" , " " ' " 'X'" I _ ('
All Nations Foun.
,.. •.\ rin'
lt5' crowded
"," .,.
,t"': 5'1('"
(Financial Post, Oct. 15th.)
Want to see Canada's lOth provo
ince? Here are some Lips fOf
tourists, who are being welcomed
in increasing numbers from var.
ious parts 'of thc Canadian main.
land,
Leave your car at homr You
can come to the island by st~amcr
from North Sydney, N.S., or fly
in if the wcathcr is rcasonably
clear. Nativcs say wait until late
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I,...~~IH'"An <i"the,'n,orcond
l' om' '" " my
floor rear
!"'ct ,.
t d'
I;';'Ir
,\dull
flull House. ~ an It:'
:,,1' ,reo" tht allpys from e
!W
cxr~l· !. aI'Ize.
In, pre·Confcderatlon
.
daYI
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~.~;, ,"" i'""rr,
Th. .d..,n"," C"ml,k Th"I"." Som"'"
:\~r 'o. ,,,.,,', 'h' m,dI" in"" m," b." ,,',hll.""
cat~
•
II,
tod ,,"'" " ," ,,''',''',", 0"
Centre
medical
~Y Eskimos in
"Unable to bclieve camp com. ong SlRee
ear~e
that
0
ag~in re~ct"\"ing carly.
' " '""" " ".,,' lb."", B, H".. "" ••~;
earVlDg~
are wonderCul, m~n have agl'eerl that retail stores
m,m,,"" .11 h,,'" "p,""",.,n h. "''" "',n'" ,,' .I~' Th' d. ,"" .. ."" " to,,",
H"d·."," "d .,,,,.d ",d. ,,; ,""d", ."n, .h,'",', h,,'_
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' " " .U",b..,
°the~ndt'flfta\letl tqUIC~IY
,T'" .,,"
~
lo"""" .M ...
?ature skin·eoated dolls
<h'
',m " t,,,,, ""."" '" "m,," "'"h I, re", t, <md " """h ., h" ",,,, moo' ,,.,,,,,, '"
;', ",' ","
.,n" w",,,. n,,"'m, "H'" by '''"" D,' h, 11m. " Ib"k ",..
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W=,,'.
Labra·,
"'p"".
,I
'" Ib, m,",coo'
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'ook' ,
•
"e honestly doubted the wis·
0
0
DECIDED ELECTIONII
'I ,,, '"' ''',''""
<II,
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call it Ncwfie if yOU are from the \ These arc sold by such agencies as b You II enJoy the plcasant IrISh dccided three presidential ele.
recreation In
.
NONIA N f dl d
rogue used by man' de end t t'
Th
J ff
clinic.
mamland.
oun anAssociation
Out port I
' h .settlcrs. Thcre sc
Ions: Burr;
omas
eraon Adami
OVal
B
did
I Nursing' andew
Industrial
0 f1m
are en
alsos Aaron
John eQuincy
re
Pen
f
f'dl
(de thPreparc a ISd
mt°t on IJubilee Guild which is affiliateri I many accents usually associated over Andrew Jackson; and ilL)
0 con I ng In 00
an you wou expcc 0 pay 'h
.
with the bo d
t
b
n m',
.,
0 IIlUY f t'
f dl an d ersP havey 50 cIa ted Country
Women of the England
and SIScotland.
Tilden.
aI pa !Cnee.
"ew
..
'
'
I oun
d
World. EskImo
and scal·, This "ear
'
. J 0IIn'S b
uSlness·
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'" , ""'" ~ ,..., ,thO ,..,'. op,"" '"' th,
''Y, Aoyw,,'
called to become executl\'C dlree. "campershlp" funds
alOng"
'It or 0 fAil Nat Ions F Dun daIIon
'from his fOI'mer post as Professor
M"
0
named NEW,FOUND·LAND. accen.\ able. made
·warehou5e. Be-' It is being continued by the camp can accomplish Is In a story wouldn't think
'd f' . R
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t Id i
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,"II
I that few tnainland Canadians re
r.
wood~n
ZII!'
•
:,,' "d "'., ,.,h""""d ..... I '
,
"~S_)U'l
look at that crowded, SPIRIT OF INTERNATIONAL HARMONY rel"ns at All N tl
F
d'
'".'
, t. t
frame I
..
a ons oun atlon
~I deerelof(n!.bl' \\0-5the orywalls 0[:, Los ADgelcs. Foundation embraces everything from a boys' club t0 Ia lul·scaIe
~, ,rut
an.
-'r,
,.
· W \l3r('holl'P,
hrrc is the high.
f,o.
: " '" •"id ,,",'
~omc. '''~
'"
rcsel'VC,
101'
r1~\Inkcn
·,d• th'
.",","" ,W
rlf,."ng hou,cs; then
.
ahcad
,,,,mm,d ",,' '" hI,m, '" '''" " ",""
'" m." ,. .'eo' "m,hI,' <h.' ,,", "'. ,.,.' ,,, h"" ''',.... wIth <h. U,S" <h.
solved, space IS at a prenllum.\ B'· 1 t ' f '
.
II'IIAr" t f' I
and the U,K. and sit
B .
"
ring 0 s 0 pcnlllc' " 'peclal
,.
° I~ I or hun.I II'h a·t : Carihbean
.
' ""H,m",'" "''''',' ,,', th, " .. '" ". ,,"" ,,,;, " . ',,,.' .",mm,d."" " ".",hI, ,. ", nrig ",rid, ~,," ,,,do roo'''' '"
Island and know that thry must I b th
" ,
I. ml r ) 'ar~a~ ~nd at l 'Ila t .
•outlook IS dIfferent. Accept It a,
reserl'c well ahead, particularly m ~h' chrsdome tOI Ilsltors, from ar~ar. I If \·ou Plon \ t ~pntCCt~' L b
being "diffcrent" yet making I
. ccn t res l'k
• ' 0 IIe .
not cI'y retaIl taxes IIk('. ~or \·ou
.
. contribution
. . to the develop
major
I eSt. J 0 1In~.
mu<t I'th"e II h aE ra·t '
'maJor
d •
\ n ano.
" '.
" c er y Y as··
I G", "," "d C,'"~ D",k,
' , " " p"""", A',.", ".G..,oc [m,"' .1 """'.,
\ Remembcr that the province is
Plenty of ,oul'enir.~ arc 3\·ai!· or ~o hy CNR coastal steamer.·
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\lItr Iherr acro.s thosc
in
~'l:r II hllle,alr
Th, .'."",, "
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h' "HI"" ,
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g,' , T
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Plan well
amI
t' I
0 ohtaln
H·163. 5!. John·s.
I vour accommodation carlv. Until par
ar Scotch
brands And
of rye
but ICll
good
. whisKey:
I
They hS\'e lurnerl Ollt an
· brick wa,IS of the FOIlIlda.
..,;:\:
nnil. Look ou t 0 f thi s
Ir3nin~
found landers wear rubber boots, types .of trout. This is required in businessmen. And Newfoundland
even in builtup centres like St. rh'cr~. A trout license can be ob- has a host, of problems which no
John's. To an inland Canadian.' tdned for S5 but no fishin~ allow ma'nland businessman has ever
there are no words which can be cd in rivers.
I had to cope with. The provinci
(ound to describe the "degrec of
Certain hunting weapom at c ! was discovered by John Cabot ia
wetncss" which can prevail on pruhibitcd but a bow and arrow 1497. The bulk of Newfoundlanden
thc island.
is prrmitted for moo~e and cari· can trace their family history bac.
Special liquor pe't
'1 bo~. Open seasons and Glhrr rc~u· . for aliuost 200 years.
able for visitors at~~ sc:~~s a;a:r· • lat:~n\Change 50 check WIth the I d' YOu'~~ ?,car ;a~~A abo?t "~ana­
milling purchase of three bOlllcs' au Or! l e s . .
.
la.n .SI c an
merlean Side.'
a week and also purchase of beer, i. Thc place to get Infor.rr,dll!,n. ~hls IS a carry·over from the ~vaJ
Or visitors can write ahead and
the
De· I) ears and, the. result of establish
II~ N~I\·fol.m,d~an~ TourL~1
"'mlb'," h'" """ '""''''' =d, ,,, <h,m "'"m,,' ""'" ,", D.,..,m,," m,,', ,",' '" '""",
,
I at the camp they arc visitin ) o[ ,Economic Develupment, rort
EnJOy yourself. The Island II
during the spring.
,m.
I(C!!
$20 for two weeks or $30 for the are in your llne of business. COIlo
season with the holder able to fist. federation Is .tllI a hot potato In
for salmon, sea trout and other major centres-particularly among
D",,~'~'
"r'
,",,,., d,,, """,' ", "" ,.. ,... ""''''
,"
"
',.' than 51.000 ppr year. ,here the methcds of group work communIties, he wanted only to about camp, .. food
swim Bullet 1
be
Obtain railway and 5teanjjhip Monday.
'" ' air more arre5I s for l'lce' un der dedl
d Ch r Isti an Ica d. get
.
but I Ilk e thc camp
' . , name. ,cause
.
'.c:
fi hteven-destroy
B
I ' smash rules . mlllg..
0 0Sat e
d yI ("ICU SI erram.
J I'
t t'Ime·tables. Schedules change
In I A wornin): Betwcen 1 pm ad''
"'11
f(lU;'.h1ork radiUS or All 'ers with professional sklll. Under I g . ut. f 'prt herc, hc'd get All Natiol)s. best, because that
n t urba
In
. h 0 In >
midsummer. Harvey and Co are 230 pm aimosl '''er.-bod·y· gOn :
r
, ..
th
t '
h
I u trouble sun' Besides hi cam
b
I' any ra e) uv some c cese an'l I
.•
. . . , . <. •
es I
')" ,"!'
,II
0 er par
guidance, more t an 1.200 I
l'
'
,
p means rothcrhood,"
•k
• y t1
f d Al lIe major hcket·handlcl" wilh, home for lunch Tra is at 6 pm a
\n2r\e', and adult crime, boys and girls find thcir
'YhOU Ive wllth a boy. Sometimes
"Johnny came back (rom Korca ,cract crisl oft·an °1 Icr 00'1 d',' agrncicl scattered across the is· la Britain Nel;'foundlander,' II'ke
, .
I
p acc, al'e in
[' o,e
rl Th cy handle TeA imsine,s their home. •Iile and doors .are al·
1'\ 10V' Ihe cuun
.cae h
year'III \ hc many eI ub s.
II eI hcomes n tilf middle DC the IvIt II 8n Ilonora be i '
and ISmosn 1 a. Aea1mg
IV 'ot
th Ian.
)l\lcllllr dcllnqupnry
;
• • •
III g I, too
to go through ,the Purple lieart,"
I
e 51, s opcn
C and are always rrad)' to help the \\"a)', open to \"i,ilors. The
,'" • <r: 10\1' problt'm. But. sinrf
In thrse small ,intimate groups Ithe pines to tile latrine alone
i'
tra\'e!cr rcarral1j!c transportation. phcrc is wonderfui for a harried
'" 1"und'il2 nl All :\atlons. It 'operating undcr offiecrs demo. l'fhen, as he stumbles through the tl a·t1110ngktICc. kuls of All :-iallom,. l'iights "re cool, eren in >I'in' If you pl"n to do much filing -or Torontonian
,
63
t
d
t1
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l
d
k
d
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d
1 \\'01" n Imparting the bl'catll m"r '"
1'111"
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f
.
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per ccn. an 1 ,erat ca Iy c 'ct r , i s fin rccag. 'dark, your protecting hand 011 his lor C;cd-of
i
. ' . :'0 I ) ure"Cs III ar Ie, rlcn onto an off the I.-land-he
Don" get inl'olvcd in a. politi. ,
ronl:
, Seen, agalmt
,nltlon, affection and posts O,f 1m· Ishoulder he eOllfldc5 troubles he Image-still
111 the dll'lnc
.
make sure
prrpared to.
plans, cal
and don't try to tdl
nurs
IS nothmg portance In a
but \'Itally
,
_011.
some
IS waterprool.
Salmon
co't
a day. how wonnerCul mainland methods I
·
~
.' i ".
~':cr
'h~1I
an~'
~'.
~uch
placc~
w~s
dr~pped
!"~
~he
".'~ h~<,k~rotlild. th,~
I'~:! of a minor miracle.
Iwholesome
I
dl~chargc
scar~d
~
a~
e~e~i~~
.,!.
crc~
,,~t5111:
~mall
world. What Is more
atmo~.:
t,
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~Iontrealer
,trareh~g. An~1
~~:
.
~hat
c\olllln~
rcalTan~c YOl~r
~C\\·
- .. ------.. -
_
hcr",e~
s~
ar~ument
....-.
• • •
•sharing In sports and Icarning
:crafts in racially mixed groups
'under All Nations' own racially
. mixed staff, one of democracy's
most traltorou. prejudices simply
!!~i2~: In wholesome fellowship. evaporates.
~a:: pl~)'. mutual helpfulness and
Yet many a boy and girl comes
;t:!on;1 arhle\'emcnt.
to All Nations so warped by bad
Su~h an atmosphere can be cre- home !Ire or destructive neigh·
I'd onl)' by leadership at once I borhood Influence as to find It
.:::ml'l'atcd and Intelllgent. It Idifficult to adjust to club !Ire In
'II brought to pass first by All the scattered sessions of the nor·
'\lionl' foundtr, Dr. G. Bromley mal program. Then is when the
:t~lm, now ont of Mcthodlsm's special vaJ\1es of B week's inten·
,,\!Iandml bishops. It WI. up· sh'e 1I\'lng at '!amp show up most
.,:1 [.)r J quarter of • ccntury clearly. a week made possible
)l hi' IIIITts50r, Dr. Robert A. Ithrough
the help provided by
\~cKlbbtn. no\\' director of city "campershlps" contributed by out·
.~rk for :\ltthodlsm·. National side friends.
!md ar Mi~'I(ms.
An llluslralion of the good
~'r I.. It a policc,type miracle
:~ mtre reprcs.ion. It Is the mlr·
I::r 01 creating an atmosphere
,u'h:l"h bo"s and girls learn to
I
~ew Postal
Lectures On
Regulations
Mink Ranchin a
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ordH that the public ma,.
On Tuesday at 7,30
in the
.,•.mol' !1m. In which to II· 'Lecture .Hall. of the Boys' Home
~:I:m" Ihtm~clves with the new at Whitbourne, Dr. A. H, Ken.
,~!l11 .r~~ullll~n governinr the nedy. wllJ begin a aeries of lee·
~;mllllhie minImum .~ize of en· tllres on the prlncipies of mink
'!'opr,. (or transmlmon through ranching. Lectures will be held
':1 malls and to u~e up lupplies twice weekly on Tuesdar and Fri·
': hln~. there hl~ been an ext en· day evenIngs and wllJ continue
:.r. 0(. the effective date of thll throughout the winter months.
111111110n to Ftb. 1, 19M, It was
While the course In mink a h
I!ftouneld by the Post Office De· Ing is being put on espe lal~ n~ •
;I!tm.nl
today • •
c y apor
Th
the 23 men who are presently
, • new regulahon: which puts prenttced to ranchers at Dlld
.:I~ .1I.el a convention of the
0,
'.'r.ivmal Postal Union at the last other people In the area who are
('n~m In Brussels, provides that Interested In mink ranching are In·
:0 rnvciopes may be accepted for vlted and w!ll be welcome at these
~Iihng which is smaller in size lectures. While there will be no
:~In 4 inches lonl and 2~~ lnehes charge made for the course, all
.i11. It was pointed out that while those attendIng are requested to
;o.!.ihlf. with "ery small en\'elopes provide themselves with notebooks.
':1 u'\lIII)' much larger than the
Dr. Kennedy who is presently
:'mml~n~ mentioned. many t)'pes employed by the Department of
,! ,rwrng cards. In\'\tatlons and Mines and R~sources as a Veterin·
I:'ounc~ments are enclosed in arlan for the mink ranching pro.. r~' .mall envelopes.
ject at Dildo has had long years
Th, rmon for the adoption o[ of experience in fur farming and
;., (!Imention by the Unh'ersal comes to Newfoundland direct
1,,111 tnion wu the difficulty from the Ontario Veterinary Col·
PI~trj.nced by most postal ad· lege where he was employed as a
!..niltcilion~ In handling the!e member of the faculty o[ the staff
'!:, ,mall envelopes, due to the of that University. He Is therefore
".tm'rn~ mechanical complcxlty exceptionally well qualUled to
.! mail handling operations. Most lecture on the subject of mink
'IItr mail, for instance, 18 rna· ranching Rnd it Is proposed to
I:'n~ cancelled, but this 18 not cover 1111 Rspeet! of raising mink,
;~'!ibit with \'ery samll em'elopes Including quality of foundation
'hieh must be let aside and hand· stock, breedIng, feeding and the
:"nc~lIcd. The~e cnveloped IIlso. preparation of pelts for market.
q, to their small size. often be· The course will also Include In·
I'.:nt entrapped In largcr pieces [ormation on ranch buildings and
.! mail, with COnsequent lOIS or cquipment.
t!i.!· in delh·cry.
With thc gencral interest that is
The Post Office Department has presently bclng displared in mink
~In in contact with em'elope ranching In the Dildo area of Trin·
~.Inuracturen onr the put two Ity Bay, the series of lectures to
:m~ with a I'iew to securing their be given by Dr. Kennedy should
1!!l!lance In discontinuing the be well attended. As stated above,
the general public Is invited as
well as those presently employed
SOME DIET
II a human family ale In pro- on ranches In the .area. Any per·
~rtion to I family of bird" the son who Is contemplating the es·
~ily crocery \1st would Include tablishment of a, ranch wlJ\ un·
IOlIIething like ro loaves of bread, doubtedly obtain the success of
~ pounds of hamburger, 30 this enterpriae.
dOUlhnull, 10 pouncls of Iplnaeh,
manufacture of these items and hu
~ heads of lettuce, Ind one /lal· received their wholehearted con of Ice cream.
operation. In view of the fact that
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TAKES OVER COMMAND
8FOEST, Germany ReutNs "l. RO/ler RGwley took up his
lOst Thursday as senior com·
~nder of Can"dlan Army NATO
iO~e, In Eul'ope. He replaces
"l. W. A. B. And>re50n, for two
~arl comman"er of the 1st Cana·
t~n I nlantry BrIgade group,
Ich is 10inl home.
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11~.omen in Greece were Irlnted
lonal IUItUIe and the r1aht to
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this was thought to be very effee·
tlve, it had been decided to fix
Oct. 1 as the effective datc 01 the
new regulation, but It haa now
been found that there arc a con·
slderable number In circulation. It
18 to avoid loss and Inconveniencc
to the public, therefore, that" ex
tension has been made to Feb. 1.
In order to assist the Postal
Serl'lce In the meantime, however.
the public Is asked to u~e wher·
ever possible .envelopes that are
at least the minimum lize speci,
fled, , by 2~, Inches.
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THE DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 19~
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St. John's Presbytery
M0deratO)' V··
IsIls
r~t l't_tio~ e
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being delayed a week or more be·
By ARCH MacKENZIE
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Canadian Press Staff Writer
Agreement 10 an acreage :from the economic side of such
The congrcgation of the United
The bi.annual meeting of tbe SI. \ Reports brought In by local
tion of 15 per cent
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delays there Is also the fact that Church were pleased and honour- John's Presbytery Women's As· Women's Associations showed good LONDON, (CP)-Ghosts of past
WAR FoNDS
householders are sometimes with· cd by a visit of the Moderator, the soclation of the United Church of work being done.
wheat talks will lurk in the back· The North American' d
out coal for periods due to the Right Reverend George
Canada was held on Wednesday,
It was proposed that greetings ground when the United Nations and a bad Australian tro
delay In cargo arrivals. Here, for D.D., on Sunday. The distinguish. Oct. ]2, in Wesley
Church, be sent Irom Ihls meeting to Mrs. wheat
opens at Geneva vened Again in 1938 I P
Instance, over Ihe past weekend cd Church dignitary arrived here under the chairmanship of the (Dr.) .A. fS. II Butt,
to discuss
latest ills
of Iafotl
for a second
PIns 'Illi,
. who Is t'con· Oct.
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major
world thetrading
com·
corporatl'ng
acreageag reetmett
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no coaI was t0 be bought ,
over the weekend, heing met by a President, Mrs. Lewis Bartlett. va escmg 0 owmg an opera Ion.
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two local vessels should have ar· deputation at Swift Current and The meeting opcned with Worship Singing of Ihe Doxology brought mo Ity.
quotas and an "ever·normll ""
rived, dlscbarged, and sailed again driven here.
Service ' conducted by Mrs. Am· the afternoon
to a close.
Those oftotheattend
80 Invited
governed
b session
d i'l
tl d electl'ng
wlll countries
be con· ary"
maxl'mum
stocks.by m"Inimuill lit
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un der norma I c o
n . The
A \'cry large congrcgation at. brose King, assisted by lIIrs. Berd- All mem ers an v SI ors re re
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situation Is something similar to tended the evening scn'ice at ard King, who read the Scripture, to Wesley Lecture Hall where a cerned with a 50·year-old problem.
The Second World W
GRAND BANK-Fishing con lhons aV2 no een so that whleh has prevailed In pre. wblch the Moderatur was guest followed by prayer hy Mrs. Don. delicious tea was served by the Still sought is machinery effec· that. The next step was
good in recent days. The inshore catch from Lawn to vlous years, and although every preacher. The service was also the aid LeGrow, all deJc"ates of the' four combined Church groups of tively stabilizing a cereal crop ington inter-Allied •
. th C b'IS brQezc and f'ISh- year promises are ma de t 0 have annual Tbanksgivlng Sen'lce of the Bauline W.A,.
b
here has been much sma II er since
the W.A. During the social hour, whose abun dance excee ds eIIec t'Ive . convened at the request.on01!rlt(t,1
el1nen think that the fish have now moved into deeper such loading bottlenecks remedied congregation, and it was conduct· The President, Mrs. Lewis Bart· greetings were brought by Dr. A. demand.
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offshore waters. Weather conditions have not been very It seems that the same situation ed by the Minister, Rev. Dr. J. L. lett, Ihen pointed out that the S. Butt Irom the Men's St .. John's The .variety of systems
ed were tighter forms
. F' h . Ltd develops every autumn for New·, Reynolds. In his sermon, tbe Mod. WA was the
of the Churcb Presbytery that was meetmg at at prevIous conferences have either \ gulations previoush' favo d
good either for fish curing and Grand Bank IS efles
., foundland coal coasters.
era tor took as his topic
i and each member had a part to Topsail that day. He referred to failed to draw support froI? cer· the U.K. the world's
slill have a considerable quantity of fish on the beaches.
ibilUy of the Individual," and left. play in the bringing in of God's Rev. Ira Curtis, D.D., being great- taln important wheat countries, or \' porter, stuck at the prict!
The Pauline C. WinterS is now \
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R thought provoking message with Kingdom.
Iy missed from the ranks; by Mra. bbeefn
tbYt" other events
In 1942, an international
In port discharging a cargo of accompanied on his trip by Mrs.
In~
the congregation.
Delegates and visitors were weI· H. R. Luscombe, President of the e ore Imp emen a Ion.
: council was established. A
dried codfish which was loaded at Carler. When here, Major Carter
his visit herc' the
corned by
T. Roberts of Wes· \' St. John's Presbyterial W.M.S" and
Wheat's feast-md-famlne record ment in principle was re h
nortberu ports. This Is the first met with the Town council and
The wedding of Lillian, daugh- erator visit cd the U.C. Academy ley Association. A reply to this by Mrs. (Rev.) McCabe, President
th;
.had
acreage restrictions,
time in )'ears that such a full discussed with the members cer· ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wells of I on
morning. On Sunqay was given by
(Rev.) R. N. of
Presbytcry W.A.
m uence y e openmg 0 vir· minimum and maximum (
carla of dried fish has been land. taln matters.
Bay L'Argent, with RoY, son of evemng, following the Chutch SCI'. Rowsell of Briglls,
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re·convened .t 8 gin farm lands In Canada. Argen· overs and a minimum 1r!Jed bere and Is also the first time
Major Carter advised that there Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Grandy of this vice, a representative group of the :I!l's. Allan Wilkinson of Old· p,m., With
L. Crummey con- tina and Australia before 1914. price·all to come Into force
In this correspondent's memory was
Improvement In town was solemnized on Thurs. con;lregation were at the parson. Perliean rendered a beautHul meso ducling the Devotional Service, as· Two world wars'
and high. end of the war.
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that a local concern hns purchnsed the economic condition of the rid· day
October 13th.
,age to mcel the Church lender.
sage in song entitled "Free as the sisted by Mrs. D. Butler leading
III European
This was frustrated b)' the wOdl
(Ish .In the norlhern secllon of tbe Ing particularly In the Burin Pen· The cercmony was seld In the' On Sunday morning Dr. Dorey Bird."
'1 the Scripture reading In u.niso.n.
countrtes have all left cereals sho:tage and I frC!h t1trt
prodnce. It all
to shoW what Insula section. The fishery was Salvation Army Citadel with Major 1
guest preachcr at the Fortune
Holl call and minutes of last
L.
game an mSP.lr. their
was
In 1947 at, London.
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I Untted Church.
Imeeting were read by
D. mg meditation based on "Faith
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Nations galhered In an
dried codfish Is
these sections \'cry felY
werC
The bride was given In mar.
Butler, in place of Mrs. H. Gulli·, and Trust."
. This UN c?nference expected phere of bread rationing. Rite 'u
days alnng the coast \\ e under. fishing but the various fIsh plants riage by Mr. George Snook. Her
who, lI'e regret to sa)" was un· The guest speaker for the eve· fust to review and discuss. the in short 5upply. With
that Grand Bank Fisheries
tbe coast wcre quite active bridesmaids were Misses Ethel I
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Iavoidably ahsent through illness. ning lYas Rev. W. Langille, B.A., present three·year
\ abstaining, a multilateral bulk
are
purchas.l and the offshore draggers landed 1 Green and Joan Grandy, and the
It is the wish o[ the SI. John's of Cochrane Street Centennial Wheat Agreement which expires tract was worked OUl. Exporttl
Inl additional quantities of fish Ibig calch('s. lie felt that there Is duties of best man were perform.
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i Presbylrry W,A. that Mrs. Gulli· Church, who delivered a very in- .July 31, ]~56. !hcre ~re 48 mem- agreed to make ll'ailabll Itlll
north this ~'ear.
slill an urgent need for additional cd by Mr George Follett with
e~t]
I ford will hal'c a speedy recol'ery .. spiring and challenging address ?er countries, II1cluudmg Ihe Vat· I amounts of wheat and Hour It II
lola]or r. W. Carter, Fcdcral' fish plants in Fortune Bay to look Messrs
Snook Rnd' Bruce
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1below a maximum pricp.
mfmbt'r of Parliament for Durin· after the fishrrmcn ill Ihat area. B [I II' ffl' II
t b'd h'
The annual 1\(ll'l'cst Fcstival of: The th,'me
'·].ct the a great fellowship movement reach· After the broad principles hal'e agreed to purchase their qU'III'1
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t on flwl1ks~l\'In~ !In' TIllS \'ear's was then sUlig 11)' the \\ 0 C S·. mcmbcls to Rcquire a faith. on con ercnce is antiCipated, per· I
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the riding by mutor boat. He was! slIerl hy
Cartcr at Ottawa I 2ndR dlRbn egllon a aim I\f,as a · rl'cnt was
I\C' \\:erc sociatiun.
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Christian expcrience> and! haps early next year. This would Another
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aree ntlm
Jcr 0 newl).
rc la· '.mIol'lIl~d h): 1IaJor
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, \\'hecl·, ~ll's, E, 1';I\'rlr. II hn allcnflcd theI
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of the
Geol'~c
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cnll.ous;
council wa~ eslablisherl tn k~'PI:I
been made towards getting these. I"cds
rr, u!flcel' 111 chal'bc of thc local I-th
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We extend best wishe~ to ~Ir. i Ol'~":"
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'minion Couucil as a rlclcgnle
tlea\:our~,
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UNSURPASSED for flavour!
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and /IIrs. Granpy for their' fulure' M".1 or ~,heeler. ~alll thal tl1e, the l'rrsbytccl', g1\'C Iwl' impress. I ~l1ss Burr)' gave an tnformatlve [n t. .'
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captain! and owners arc happiness and success
Sunday
Seniccs <ions of her \:ist1 The theme wa< talk on the
Evangelistic
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Iituahon.: years.
disturbcd (wer the coai loading
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were exccptionall\' wcll attended I :"1'1' CI
h· • I" B n' 'n'~ I Campaign which is being held in Ithe four biggest exporting coun- During Ihat limf. IWA priell
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situation which exists at present
an t at offcnn;:s tins .~·ear wcre With )[c". She ~al'e a vcry full November.
rles. are es Ima e 0 ave a total remamed below fre market :Ir,b,
at Norlh Sydney. One vessel which
above those of the Pl'C\'lOu~ year' d . I'
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of nearly 2,400,000,000 but exporters' earryoveu ,II'
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csll\'al
supper
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th I(ays ..wor,
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Iof coal hadhto wait almost a fort.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar House of I auction held 111 the YOlln" Pcople's especl3 yo. ~
e paces \ 151 e N. Rowsell of Brtgus showed how I past.
goliated in 1953 Britain decl!!!
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and all IIlSPJl'lIl~ addresses heard. the came h\'mn could be ung to
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Mr. Bruce Kinsman was In town Ihis cnileal'our cxeeeclerl 1\\0 hun. : st~esscd lhe ~omt. Ihat )o~ng hl'l.ng a great blessmg. Tins was and boosted North American out· asked by the exporlen ~!I!:
on business recently.
: dred and eight)' dnllars.
groups should Iccelle eo·opcratlOn I enjoyed by ali. Mrs. (Rev.) Row-I put.
United States pressure .
lIr. Gus Coultas Is visiting town
[r~m .adult groll~s, and tl~at t?C I sell acted as pianist at the after- The ensuing peace !aw Euro· Italy and Sweden 8ub!equ!nt!:
this week.
~\ .A. IS n~t only mtcreste.d m rals· I noon and evening sessions.
pean nations step up their own refused to ratify the ftgr'!mtc~
Monsieur Roger Bonatra of St.
mg mone~, but Its plant IS to help I
production despite abundant sup· although Italy has since rllum"
Pierre is In town on a holiday.
lo:an
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the Gaze
Courtesy
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ex. plies of better quality and more 1
as iagge
Mr. W. M. Buffett·1s at 51.
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t't d t II h' . .economical wheat overseas.
Against this background !I'I
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pressmg gra I II e 0 a w 0 m
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LONDO!l1-D .
~!rs. H. Winsor then held a any
way helped to make the meet. Exports fell and carryovers rose, obsen'crJ here expect the Gfnl'.1
Meun. A. Matthews, John B. W Id w'
urlllg the Second I questionnaire in which nine mem- I •
'l lO about 1,000,000,000 bushels in talks to raise some plain spnk~t
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ar many Amcricon radio' bel'S took parI. This gave a broad'l mg a success.
Canada, Australia, Argentina and before the way is cleared (or ilt·
In ev.rythlng .11'; you only alt what you pay returned home from a motor tour ~~~~ter~ ~~Oade"st home from the i cr view ami some valuable in. The Benediction by ~rr•. (Rev.) tb, United States by 1933. The ling on witb provisions of I nil
cliiti 5 s; lOS and IIsed BBC fa· I formation on the different offices 'I
brought a very impressive i next year, these countries agreed I agreement-and acreage
hr. vlu'n IIIV. mon.y In th. lana run by buylna Penman. of Mainland and U.S. cities.
Miss Jacklyn Stewart, employed [. ~i' s a remembrance. of th~ : of the \\",A.
and inspiring meeting to a close. 1in principle with the provisions of i tion~ may play an Importlnt flrt
.~. .. '!rwHf, becault p~~~.~ produdl fit beller and wear lonaer,
by Harvey &. Co. Ud., North Syd. rlcn mcss and co·oprrallon of _ _ . - ---- --- - those hazardou~ days 1he I'cport ~r·
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for R plaque
Tlbbo.
t? be ~Ivcn to the BBt', a ~ll~grs·
tlon first put forward in the
Scienre Monitor" by
L. Slrout, \l'ho was a war.
A. 1\" tI-" "
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lime
In London. The
'ViI1.:IfJ'VJfJ
The ladles of the Frazer
plaque
presentcd on their
held an aIternoon tea party In \ half by HIS Excrlie:lcy the United
Frazer Hall on last Wednesday af· Slale.~ Amhas.<ador, jlr. Winthrop
ternoon. A fairly large number of I Aldl'lch. G.B.E.< and received for
peopl, patronized the event and i the BBC hy the cimlrman of irs
about eighty dollars was realized i Boml of
Sir Alexander
from.the event.
i Cado!:an. Gorlfrry Tnlb"t, him;;df
Proceedl are being used by the '\ a JlBC war reporter, nllendcrl the
i·
ladles of the Guild towards de· ceremony In the Council Cham her
fraying the cost of the new chairs at
ami
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which the lI'0up has installed in that to anyon~ who was ~n~agrrl
the Frazer Hall, and which .re in wartimr. radio
in
quite an Improvement over the old London the
brought back
wooden leats.
memories of
bulletins
U
and eye·witness reporls that went
out from underground studios In
Lo.ndon, oiten when blitzes were
gOIng on ol'erhead.
A taxi, owned and operated by
11 A
Cheeseman's Taxi of Burin, recelv.
fr. ldrich handed the plaque
to Sir Alexander Cadogan In the
ed considerable damage last Fri· presence oC BBC chiefs, American
day evening on the Terrenecvllle radio men and Mr. Sol Taishoff,
highway, The vehicle went over editor of "Broadcasting Telecast·
a bridge and dug head on Into the ing" which hclped 10
the
'"
rock·strewn river bottom.
gift. The plaque bears nn InseripThe accident occurred a short lion writtrn by Edward R. Murrow
distance from Swift Current to- _ the American commentator
ward. the Terrencevllle Junction. whose frequent \l'artime broadcasts
It II thought that the steering from Britain beginning "This-is
on arc shU
"It's the tobacco that counts
mechanism Ialled and the car Lon d"
. vividly rempm.
went over the edge of the bridge bered-recording that It was
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and came to rest with the rear placed In Britain by
Amer.
Player's contain only the finest
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end still suspended on the bridge Ican radio reporlers
to
and the front end amongst the
from Rritain during her
VirginIa tobaccos. Speclally
rocks In the stream. Two occupants 'finest hour'. After pr~sl'nling the
of the vehicle recell'ed only minor i plnque
Aldrich
"Those
selected to gIve you mildness
injuries although the car was bad-I wartime neil's
III the
and true tobacco .aste for
ly da"!aged.
Americ;m I'pnple arom:rrl our pro·
Fortunately the stream was 5hal'l founrl aflmiratinn of
Brilhh
pure smoking pleasure. Sma"
,
low and prevented a posslhle, proplr, for the way thry stood lip
drowning tragedy.
undismayed
[carfnl
Player's-the mildest, bes'·
lion. The news and anal),si.; of the
tasting cigarette.
news which came to us from the~e
studios helped us to understand
....,. CIoMIy"''' for p,.,..cIIon
where our duly lay-which was
III 1M cold.., daff, wi ... a laf, flue ••
to join in the fight at your ~Ide,
.... 11. for ..
·'kln ,omf.,I.
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undlrw ••, Wllul In Conader.
At their last parade, held last Therefore this plaque signifies, In
$hi." and D.awI", Unto. Suil'
week, the Sea Cadets of RCSCC adriitlon to the gratitude of ,lis
iIId .... pop.la. HuC.I,
"Atlantic" lVere \'isiled by the new dnnor" th~ uralilu'l~ n~ \\'rll of
area officer lor Newfoundland, Lt. Ihp. wholp. Atnrrk~n JlPfll'le to
Inman, who haH recenlly succeed. BBC and Ihe pefll'le o[ Greal Brit·
I'd !.t. Com. A. G. Ayre in thnl. ain,H
HERE'S HOW
office. The Area oIficpr was ac·
In rrply Sir t\I~,x~nder C?llo~"n
companied by Sub·Lt. DUllphy.
salrl "The oper~ti(ln, r.OIll me lIIf1r·
TO TEST A CIGARETTE
The area officer inspected the aled by this plaqllp. fall into a
Smeke Ployer'i-fer 01 leasl a week. Let
I Corps. Also present were the natural sequence. They arose dl'
President of the local branch of rectly from Ihe friendly relation·
yeur tasle discover the mildness, the flo·
~&vIQr.:!"MIlDn Plain or Cork Tip
the Navy Lealue and the Chair· ships established belll'fcn the BBC
your, the pure smeking pleasure of fine
man of the Sea' Cadet committees. and the American broadcasting as
Player's reach your storekeeper in special
The area offlcer also Inspeeted the a whole in the years before the
Virginia Tobaccos.
1~.1I7 cartons, designed to keep Ihe
,Corps at Burin and Marystown War, We In the BBC recognize the
cigarettes fresh ond pratect their flavour. Buy
: ilnd expressed himself as quite tremendous I'nlne in thc interests
. pleased with the work and pro- of Anglo·AIIIl'ric:ln friendship of
o pacl.uge or on L!IumJ:@ corton today.
~rels of the Sea Cadet movement collahuration in the fi~hls (If rauin
and televi~lon ulI,l we loolc [or·
011 the Burin Peninsula.
This year "Atlantic" has several ward with confidence to a contino i
new Cadels enrolled and at pres· uance and fUI·ther del'elopment n[ :
cnt the slrength of the, Corps is this happy relaliunship In the:
f'
years ahead."
nearing forty.
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THE
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MILDEST BEST-TASTING
CIGARETTE
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An enigma found
notes of history has
basiS for a
e play and
5 t ag
• now
Scope production
romance of an
that loved "n~t
well." The oUermg of
pening tomorrow at
~heatre is by far the
fully authenticated
trio, spectacularly
tapestry of actual ]
edifices and locales.
prodllction, released
centurY.Fox, stars
mand, Gi1be~t Rol
field, FranCOise
Price in a screen
the Kate O'Brien
Veiller and Sy
lett also produced
prinled by
together, the film
ing one of Ihe
dramas o[ the
season.
The film's love
notorioUS love
horn Indy of the l6t
il5 effects on a
courl ruled by the f
Jl ~f Spain. Olivia
ukes on Ihe role e
~tage by Katharinr
the princess 0['
fill at court as the
Ite .nd widow nf t
friend. At Philip',
reluctantly agrees
•
TIlE O~llV NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 19.5.5
"I thought you might be In- self."
!.terested,"
blandlY remarked Sand "Isn't
that rlfther extraordin·
in the understatement of the ary?" Lynch in'lulred.
year, "in knowir.g something fur· "It is an extraordinary anchor·
ther of our plans. Captain Carey age!"
tells me we wii! reach our des· . WITH the knuckles of his right
To.morr()t~
tination-" he glanced at a par hand Meer th(!.l tapped the chart,
per.thln. carve.l· gold watch on taking in an area of a couple 01
his big wrist-"in about 50 hours. hundred squarp. miles.
GENI
KELLY IN
::
his prime minister's social accept- AUDII MURPHY, IN
"IT'$ ALWAYS
FAIR
Meer-" he pointed to the "The cases He here."
Herr
Ance At eourt by her recognition
"TH. CIMARRON KID"
WI!ATHIR"
\ THE STORY: Three sinister report to the bridge before going
young
German without looking
"How many~" Lynch barked.
,,'\
The meeting of these two Incen.
__
_
:Incldent. hilve marred the voy· forward.
~how
you
the
posl·
"Twenty," Meer had answered
at
him-"wlll
dlates a romance that flames to One of thol4! excltlnl, suspense- "It's Always Fair Weather: agl of the Vittorla, owned by
When he did not appear thl!
Iwithout thinkit'g. He frowned
self.destructive force with Philip laden Teehnlcolor Westerns, Unl· M.G-M's latest musical In Cine- Viggo Sand, Inlo thl Carrlbbu n. officer of the watch phoned down lion on a map"
Stiffly and with I kind of with annoyance, then seemed to
himself finalizing the condemna. versal·lnternat:onal's "The Clmar· mBScope and color reunites the Now Bertram Lynch and his from the chartroom to inquire
grudging
510W/1ess in his move· decide that th~ InformatJon wa.
lion of the princess now openly ron Kid," starrlnl Audle Murphy stBll' -dIrector. producer. author p.rlner Robert Dean. learn they what had bceOlroe of him. It was
"
ments
Meer
htepped to B big not lifter all of great consequence
rrferred to a~ "That Lady." It Is and Yvette ~Ulay Ind backed. team of Gene Kelly,' Stanley Do- are s,eking I cache 01 gold bul· learned that Brunke had left the
blood.wood
d~sk
in a corner and Lynch looked at the eellini.
OLIVIA OE HAVILLAND
the monarch's callous meting oul wllh a Iplendld supportln, cut. nen, Arthur Freed, Belty Comden ',Ion secreted tn Haiti by a Nazi crew's quarter~ some 20 minutes
IN ''THAT LADY"
of puni~hment for love, especially opens. tomorNw at the Slir and Adolpb Green, who brought submarine in til. closing days of before eight. lIe had said some· began to flatt!'n witb his hands "Let's see. That works out at
IN CINEMASCOPB
Iconcerning one so favored, that Theatre.
the hit musical, "On the Town," to World War II.
thing to one of his companions a roll of stiff white paper which about 220 pounds a case. Allow·
, -;-1:';-;; in thr fnot. i ha~ tea~ed bewildered generations From the opening to final fade· the screen five years ago.
• • •
about going on deck for a smoke lay on It. Lynch and I joinerl Ing for tbe weight of the cbestl
1a
rnl.n
ht
tcan
taIns a11 0f The new plce.ure stars Kelly, I
XIII
Fric
. dnc
. h Brunk'e was never him and 100ke1 over his should· themselves, say .bout 250 poundl
.,',~n' of
hi'tory
ha~ pro\'ided the'• 0 f h"l~tOr18ns an d whi ch h eIgena
ou,t thl S pI
cure
apiece."
ers.
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h"<I.'rlling nO\'el a i the drama of the current produc the ingredients necessary to a Dan Dailey, Cyd Charillse, 0010.: AT about foUl one of the natty iseen again.
':';' ;'I~l'a anrl ~ow a Cine~a; tion,.
successful acti(ln film. The old feS Gray and Michael Kldd. Kelly Isailors sought m!' out and handed I He had been with the yacht
"A United States Navy Hydro· Meer grudgingly nodded.
"Remarkable thing about ,old:
,..I.r
'j 'I'pn ,urroumling the I MI~~ de lIavllland, provocatively West Is Its lll,tUn g and gunplay, and Donen, eo-dlrectors of "On Ime a folded papcr. It was Ole for four yean and was believed graphic Office chart of Haiti,"
observed
Lyncn conversationally
'.,or
rr'" IIIf an1 unfortunate
'
.wearlllS
'
th e bl ac k eye· brea tht akl ni ,I:,rsemanshi p, IUS' the Town," agnin share director·1report
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pair I beauttful
on the d'Isappearance a f t 0 be devo ted t 0 U",r. San d an d lIfeer needless!y informed us.
"The
average
iayman Is too Ipt
r,'IIIlr. a ~ "nl't wi'riv hut too patch characteristic 01 the prin· pense and movement, together choreoaraphy for the songs writ· .the seaman during the Atlantic to Mr. Sand's Interests.
"You will, sin. noliet!, of the &0'
to
exaggerate
lis value. Thea,
.
l
Ihlt .. ~~cr ~ih'ril1~ or .. i·hat Lally" ces~ to conceai the rcgult of a with. nice dash of romance, lal credits and also created tht> icrosslng which Lynch had de·
Carey admilltd frankly thRt called Windward Passage."
days
when
we
dlm't
lee
much
If
I.
"lit '1 nwrlll;' at the Capitoi \'oulhflll duel. brinss to the role stamp it as on~ of the be.t.
ten by Andre Previn, with lyrics Imanded from Captain Carey. We anyone of • dozen men might
Meer put a fi··ger on the north·
:~
'l'I:nlr~,.. 10\' I~r thr mo.t entor. '
Th s tory concerns th e reI
'
d
'
t
l' dunnot
id
"
the .
intelligence an d sympa th y e
ease by Comeden
al,d Green.
'went to Lynch'f
cabin
to rea I . Ilave sippe
ce
aft er ernmost tip of the great west· it, many a ba'Jk robber makel
the
mistake
of
imagining
that
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~h,::I~.~'I;lrni".a;rt1 \' .. r>io~ of the \ that. hare characterized ~er other from prison ot the Cimarron Kid.
I The rcport i'c had drawn up Brunke; tipped him overboard jutting peninsula of the Island . he could fill his pockets, he would . II
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CI"c'I"lI'II' C;lst ngainst a.\ earlIer delineations of unusual" played by Audie Murphy, his join.
was clear. eris)), factual. Able and then retumed to his quar·
"This," said the German with
~r,\~r ~'rll;~1 10th century women including Melanic of "Gone ing of the notorlou. Dalton Ganl eealDS OSSeSSlOn :Seaman Friedrich Brunke of ters, with no O.le being aware of an air of cold (i~tachment, "is the walk off a mlHionalre. Fact iI, ,Ii
n~ 1,'r~lcs. The Atalanta With the Wind," "The Heiress" through no choic'l of his own and
u
IStuttgart, Germany, 46 years old, it. There was no evidence how· 1IIoie St. Nicholas. An anchorage one pound avcirdupoll of pun I.,
only worth about $615."
~r<';::c::,'n. r!'lra,cd h~' Twentieth, and "M~ Cousin Rache!." Gilbert the gang's sub.,equent failure In
Ihad been assigned to f.orepeak ever, that anyone had any trace there is here oC a great excel· gold Is (To
r
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be continued)
"
"0" ,tar' Olivia rle Ham· Roland IS dashing, flamboyant as a series of attempted bank rob·
~
1
Ilookout on the eight to midnight of motive for such an act.
lency. It Is kaown only to my·
ltnt1l
Id
i1'3;d . C,ilhrrt noland, Paul Sco. the cnrrer·minded commoner wh0 berIes, A
po glltnt
an trag Ic love
ST. BONIFACE, Man. (CP)-' watch on the el'enlng of June 16.
As to the "ladies and gentle'Fra,;r<,;,r nos:;~' and Drnnis I falls Into the trap of love. Philip artalr between the Kid and the The cathedral city of st. Boniface That station, Carey explained, men" as tbe Captain described
~: . '0 A smrn adaptation of i is portrayed by film newcomer daughter of a rancher, played by has reg.hied possession' of Lord was not usually occupied but the them, only Miss Wyndam, Mr.
,;.e~a;r ()'Ilrirn book hy Anthony Paul Scofield who should present· Beverly Tyler, runs through the Selkirk's bell-the first on the. night was stormy and there was Braun and Mr. Sand were at din·
~:~lIrr anrl :;y Bartlell. Sy Bart. Iy find himself lured to Holly story.
Prairies to call worshippers to a fog. It was Brunke's duty to ner below. Tlo~ Vlltorla had been
'," .:,,\ I,r.r:ucrrl the color film 1I'00d as the result of his clectrl· Interwoven through the plot prayer.
pitching and r!llllng rather heav·
~:: 'rd hI' Tcchnicolor. All put I Cylng performance as the fru.. runs another rllmance, featuring The lOO·pound bell, which was
. f 11 It lIy for landsmen'S taste and the
",
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:':;~;':rr. ihr IiIm ~urceeds In be- i tratcrl monarch. Mr. Scofield has a member of the gang, played by badly broken, unused and un· church and cracked as .t e. rest had beggl''' off.
,
:... r r~ c.f thr most pro\'ocative i heretofore contented himself with James Best, and Cimarron Rose, heralded in a church basement lay outside for years, neglected
Lynch and I regarded ench
.:;:_., rf Ihr rurrrnt cinemallc I London sta~e appearance before a role handled In telling fashion from 1868 to 1937, now rests in and unknown. New churches were other thoughtfully.
,.
":";',~
. joining the "That Lady" company by a new Unlversal.Intcrnatlon,l the museum sec lion of the St. buill, new bells installed, but the "At least Sa!ld haa decided to
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di scovery, Yvel t e D
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l
was Corgottcn • Then some· give
. us Bome coopera tl on. "
T ,.'.," InI'r <tnn' rccount~ a an pam.
ugay.
Boniface
e tyl
ha .
, der el'ct
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".;:..,::;' 1~I'r ~lfair' of I hiHh.! "That Lady" also bring, back Audle Murphy displays acting
It was cast and blessed In Lon.: one had it stored in the basement "How come?"
: .:.".,'h 01 thr 161h century anrl R welcome appearance of Fran· ablllty of a hIgh order In this film don in 1819 and came to the· of the church.
.
.
.
"I don't Imagine Carey would
;.· ..';frr:' Oil a ~anclimonious' roisc HMO),. famed French char· and a new·foulld maturity as an 1 Prairies m 1840 I\hen Lord Selkirk I N~ one h~ard. of It agam unlll have obligingly wrillen this all I
",:,' r :',,.01 10,' l',r f:matic. Philip oder octrrss in the role. oC t.he lactor. Benrly Tyler, nl'wly signed gal'e it ~o Fathei's Pro\'e~cher and. )Iamto~a ~'~lorm.n ~Iargaret Ar: ,out for u~ wiLlOut checking .first
'I ,f ~1'.'11 (liil ia rle lIa\'illand, duenna anel that of DennIS PrIce by the studio. acquIts herself Dumouhn. who had earher estab·: nett dlsco\clcd l~ In the dus~ with Sand. If Sand had dlMp,
:1'," rot, lilc role c,sa),NI on the as one of the morc polishrd \'arl· Ibeautifully as I\udie's sweetheart. Iished the fir.t Roman Catholic. covered bascment 111 19~7. Later It prol'ed it would ha\'e ,given Corey
•. ;;, ~'. "alilarinl' Cornell IS' ctirs 01 screen menace.
.
I Miss Dugay Is certain alar mate· ; church in the Red River region. II ~I'as added to t~e collcchon of bells the greatest ;:leasure to direct
,~r 1': ",W'S rf Ehilli. ali pOll cr· The pcriod Itself of medlcl'al i rial, judging from her ability In was sent from Montreal with a set 111 the Hudson s Ba~ HOUS:...
us to the devi:'''
.
I
:. " c.,,,!1 A' thr
fal·our.·
and Irudal splcndor when' her Cimarron Rose portrayal, and of thrce bells to the St. Francis·; . Reccntly .SI. Bomface CIIIC oC'1 "When
,prunll Ihls this !
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"r ."~ I' ,rlo\\' 01 Ihe king·.K hest i Spain was in Us glory oUen a 1upportlng players Leif Erickson Xal'ler church.
'
I. flc~rs ~alV It and requcsted tt for Imorning. was that pure clair·,
.,
:::. "0. ,,\1 I'llllip's rrqlle.t she i ma~ni(jcrnl cnnvas for Cinema· as the law enforcing officer David
LOST IN STOR~I
theIr city m~scum..
I'oyance?"
'
:,' Icl.,:lly I~rrcs to help better Scope effects with its castles, Wolfe as a railroad detective and
It rang in St. Francis,Xavier' Lord Selkirk. ga\~ the .hells ~o! "Not at all! Last nillht I count·
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James Best .s a gang member from 1840 to ]868, but no one the Roman Cathohc prlCsts m ed the crew I;st Carey ahowed .
Also-NOVELTY
live excellent perCornlanees.
i knew It was Selkirk's bell. Then a ,~~ontreai ~fler he returned from I uS in his cabill. Since we had :
Budd Boetticher directed for i tremendous storm swept the Red: hiS Red Rlvcr s.ett1~mcnl. He. ncv· taken him by burprise. it was
TIMES OF SHOWS,
IProducer 1'ed Richmond and de-I River settlement and the bell was I er once h~.. rd It rmg. He Ihed. a evidently the master list. I.'
EVENING SHOWS: U~U5
lserves much credit for the ,wiflly lost for 69 years.
i sick man an southern France In then counted tl:e supposed r:opy .
.'.
~IATlNi::ES; MONDAY - TUESDAl' - WEDNESDAY Ipaced, hlghlv·dramatlc actlon I It had crashed from the steeple i 18:0' A stone m~m~rial n~w, Is' he gal'e me In the lounge this :.'
fIlm.
01 the tiny oak Roman Catholic: bemg erected to him an the city.
morning, It was one sharI." That.
THURSDAY _ FRIDAl' 1.10
Outsandlng
musical
leore
for
i
confirmed,
I thought. the Infor·
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SATURDAY 2 O'CLOCK
·"The Cimarron Kid" was lupervls· :Charl~-s-P. BoYle recch'es credit! PEACEFUL BOUNDARY
malion we had In London.
NlWPOUNDLAND'S FRIENDLY THiAIU
ed by Joseph Gel'lhenlon and for the film's spectacular cinema. i The international boundary be·
• f' •
.•. _..
tography.
Itwccn the United States and ALL this time Meer. Ignored,
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i churches, bullfight aren •• dotting.
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I Canada is marked with monu· : had been Itanding In the middle I
: 118 celebrated amber-hued ler. iSPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION' ments of I'arious kinds and has !of the room, holding hands with:
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9.00-A Date With Denya.
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I 8.30-Eddie Cantor.
12.30-Newl.
9.15-No
Lullaby
fnr
Liza.
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A.OO-New.
12.35-Bob Lewis Show.
9.30-A
Date
with
Den),s.
9.01-Album
of
Fal'ourites.
l.OO-New~.
9.4~Burtonl of Banner Street.
9.15-Hali of Fantas),.
1.01-Frank Parker Show.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER ZI
10.OD-NeW5.
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. 9.45-D05co News.
U5-News.
to.30-Adopted Son.
: 10.00-News.
t3D-Behind the Scenu.
7.3D-CBC News.
110,01-Through the Sports Glass. 10.S5-News.
7.3S-Top of the Mornill,.
1.35-Sport~ Parade.
1l.01l-Club Time.
10.15-Strictly Prh·atc.
1.4D-Bargaln Hour.
1i.OO-CBC News and WI' tiler.
IU5-News.
10,4~Barrr
Wood
Show.
].4~Mantovani
Melodips
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S.lS-Muslcal Clock.
12.00-Club Time.
.11.00-National News.
2.00-Newl.
O.OG-Mornlnll Devotlonl,
12.15-Bank of Happine5!.
1l.15-Sports Parade.
2.01-Perry Mason.
9.15-Program Preview.
11.3D-I was a Communist lnr FBI. 12.30-NewB.
2.15-Road of Life.
9.20-0rgan Stylings.
12.35-Musical Menu.
12.OD-New~.
2.3D-Matinee.
O.3D-Melody Smpbooir.
L30-News.
lO.DO-Know Your Newfoundland. 3.00-News.
12.01-Houseparty.
1.45-Tunes For Today.
3.01-Housewlvel Club (prlml. 12.30-News.
10.1D-Hit of the Dar.
2.00-Jllatlnee.
•.OO-News.
10.1S-Irls Power.
12.35-Hollseparty.
2.M-News.
4.0~Spot
the
Star.
IO.2~CBC New••
3.00-Dollara on Parade.
US-Good Luck Ranch Pari,.
12.e4-New•.
10.30-Triple Treasur••
4.QO-News.
4.30-Ranch Parly.
12.~~Prayer.
10,4~BBC Variety.
4.0~Newfoundland Parade.
MO-New•.
l1.1~Atl,ntle School Broadcasl.
1.00-Queen and Sign Off.
4.30-Bank of Happiness.
S.Ol-Record Shop.
11.30-Nfld. Sehopl Broadca.t.
4.55-News.
B.OG-New•.
1l.4S-Parade of StaTl.
5.0O-Junior Jamboree.
6.0t-Bulletin Board.
12.00-Announcer', Cholc•.
5.30-Supper Serenade.
6.0~Record Shop.
12.1S-BIlIy O'Connor Show.
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 26
6.00-New5 and Weather.
B.25-News.
IUO-Farm Broadcalt.
. 6.25-Lost and Found.
6.30-Hospllallty Time.
tUS-Aunt Lucy.
6.45-News.
7.00-New
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7.00-Breakfast
Club.
1.00-Mld Day Serenld••
7.00-The Barrelman,
7.01-Courtshlp
and
Marrlaga
7.1D-Newl.
1.I5-Laura Limited.
7.15-Doctor Paul.
7.1S-Program
Report.
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7.30-New
1.30-CBC New. and Weather,
7.30-Rendezvous with Records.
7.30-News
7.55-News.
1.4~Doyl. Bulletin.
8.00-Canada at Work.
7,45-Dark
Stranger.
B.OD-Breakfast
Club.
2.0D-Your Good Nei.llbbour.
B.30-Penthouse Party.
S.OO-Newi.
8.30-Hit of the Day.
2.l5-Words wltb Muile.
9.00-Room 25.
S.OI-Spotllght on the Stars.
8.35-News.
2.29-Dominlon Time.
B.4D-Name the Newfoundlander. !l.30-Come A·Calling.
. S.l~Eehoes from Yesterday.
2.30-Popl on ApprovaL
9.45-News.
2.45-The Happy Gang.
10.Otl-Libcrace.
3.15-Man Around the House.
lO.30-0ne Night Stand.
3.3D-Trans.Canada MaUnu.
Bible
Story
1O.45-News.
UD-CBC New•.
1I.OO-Sportscast.
4.35-Tlmely Tunel.
11.l~-('llIlr Time.
8
Solid
4.4~Chlldren'. Story.
ACROSS
12.UIl-Nt'ws.
5.15-lIIuslc of the West.
. 7 "Look to Ihe
12.1l1-·(,11It. Tim ••
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5.3ll-f'ishcrlea Broadc8Ht
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t2.:l0-News.
Israeliles
5.4~Klndergarten of the Air.
•IUllord!"
1~.35-Clllb Time.
from
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6.OD-lntermezzo.
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lOO-News in a Minute and
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6,25-Program PrevIew,
II Genus of
Closerlown.
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6.30-Supper Guest.
willows
Goliath
6.45-Muslcal Program.
10 Opine
11 Fly
7.00-CBC News and Wellb~.
12"- the
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Le,lsl.
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7.tS-Curtaln Calli.
Kingdom of
body
~8 Distant
42 Culmination
7.30-Tops Today.
WEDNF.SDAY. OCTOBER 28
Heaven"
(comb. form) 43 Regrets'
7.45-Doyle BulleUn.
14 Meatless
13 Chairs
29 Head
44 Sea eagles
8.15-Nfld. Story.
11, Dinner cour5e 18 Born
6.30-8ign On and Sundial.
8.aD-Rawhide.
cO\'erings
46 Gudrun's
6.55-Sundial News.
16 Blttervelch 20 Cedes
B,4~Jntroduction to Wednesd.y
35 Wutern cattle husband
B.30-Today's the Da,..
17 Heating
21 Plays
Night.
(myth.)
8.45-Rex Koury,
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220pen·Bsted 36 Venlilate
9.00-Alcest~,
37 Wipes, 81
47 Pare
A.OO-It Happened Lut Night.
19 Sweet potat"
blow
1l,3D-CBC National News,
dishes
48 Makes
lO,OD-Coffee Time.
20 Hilled
23 Ribbon
mistakes
ltOD-Turn Back the Clock.
alIt led tb..
(comb. form) 40 Fir~t Jewish
hieh priest
50 Gilddess of
1l.30-Pepperrell Juke Box.
\ Wise Men to 24 Wild ox of
41 ConlerInfatualfon
12.00-The D.B.
! tbe Minger
Celebes
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28
catcher
&2 Winglike part 12.30-Hillbilly MaUnee.
.2~ Le,al point :7 Employed
tOG-Behind The Story.
28 Book of thij
7.00-Wake Up Ind Live.
l.1~At Ease.
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Bible
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7.10-News.
I.30-Perry Como.
10 ·Femlnl".
7.15-Strength for the nay.
1.45-Bob Crosby.
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'I.SD-News..
2.0D-Bud's
Bandwalon.
11
Salllo,
7,35-Bob Lewil. Sbow.
2.30-Martin
Block.
aa
Presently
US-New••
3.DO-AFRS Sports Page.
'3U>lssolve
7.50-Bob LtwII Ibn,
3.15-What's the Story?
!at'Jrlsh fuel
8.I)O-Newl.
4.0D-VOUS Record Room.
,S5
Sorrowful
S.OS-Bob lAwia Show,
4.3D-AFRS News.
!88
Fruit
drinks
B,3D-New •.
4.45-The Outdooraman.
.Ie DeriSive
U5-Bob Lewll Sbow.
5.00-Bln,
Crosby.
:
composltionl
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5.15-Sporll Page.
'42 Exist
9.05-Juke BOll Revl,w.
S.3S-Topics and Issuel.
U.3D-Flnll Year.
45 Eagle's home "s-I~i-+-6.00--Sports NewareeL
4SMlmic
O.45-Women'. Newi.
6.35-It's Time.
·'.Arrow
IO.OO-New"
61 Cllck.be~e~t:~I·e~Il"IIIrr-1I-"""i6.45-Bill Stern.
lO.OI-Parade of Hits,
7.0D-AFRS News.
IO.tS-What'. on my Mind?
13 Instructor
7.15-'1'0 be Perfectly Frank.
to.30-Who Am J?
14 Vendor
7.30-Music-Off the Record.
10.4~oan Blanchard,
,55 German cIty
8.00-Groucho Marx.
10.GO-Parade tlf JIlts.
;DO Trlln tracks
U.30-Dragnet.
1l.000Newa.
DOWN
9.00-My Son Jeep.
11.01-BIII Ring Show.
9.30-SG4,OOO Question.
1 Masculine
I t.l!l-Tennessee Ernie.
2 Above
! IO,OO-News.
H.aO-Imprisoned Heart.
10.15-March of EI'enls.
aIniquities
11.45-My other Love.
1
10,30-Music 'Til Midnight.
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12.00-News.
\12.00-5ign orr and Anthc·m.
, PU'lt
12.0l-Bob Lewis Show.
12.15-Bllly O'Connor.
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SIR ~Nrf
Grand Falls News
Drunk Driving
Personal
C~mmunity
BAS~E~r~[,
ARE 'lOU
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SiR ARTHUR C0NAN I."
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BIG
CrYstal
Concerts
Botwood will have a public tele·
Messrs. Harold Dawe of Cupids
phone
system by the end of this
and G. S. Hiscock of fish mer·
The rebirth of community con· chant of Brlgus were In Grand month, according to the head of
The trill of .. younl man from eert programmes made a very FaJls on Mond:l~ on a brief busl· Avalon Telephone Company In SI.
.
South Brook who was arrested favourable Impression in Grand ness visit acc'lmpanled by their John's.
S. H. Morris snid thai there will
(or alle,ed drunk drlvinl here FaUs last Thursday night, when wives. They had been visiting
on Wednesday afternoon, occupl. the talented Czechoslovakian sing· Corner Brook and stopped over be a "Central Newfoundland" tcle·
phone directory in 1956, and that
ed the Ittention of Malst. Abbott er. Yan Rubes, performed to a here enroute to their homes.
crowded
hall,
whleh
expressed
par·
Ronald
Humphries
of
Halifax
It
will include telephone listings
In tourt FrldIY. With Corporal
Jack Clarke conductinl the pro- ticular warmth and enthusiasm for N.S., District Governor of the for Botwood, Bishop's Falls, Grand
secution and foIr. Sledman Inder the renditions of Mr. Rubes and Lions Club visited Grand Falls on Falls, and Windsor.
IPpearln. II counsel for the ac· his accompanist, Mr. MacIntyre.. Monday and was the guest speak· Currently here lining up adver·
The appearance of Mr. Rubes er at the rcgul,;r Lions Club din· U~ing for the new directory whieh
cused man. From the evidence
marks
the first concerted effort ncr on Monda:.' night in Lumber· will be published shortly Is Ron
liven for the crown It appeared
lbat on Wedncsday afternoon the to revive commllnity concerts In mens Hall on Station Road. Mr. Pumphrey, of Boone Advertising
RClIIP recelveli a complaint to Grand Falls, and the abillty and Humphries spuke of Llonlsm in Limited, st. John's.
the eUeet that a drunk driver had quality of -this artlst', personality general and what it meant In Mr. Pumphrey will be going to
trlvelled up Botwood Highway provided the necessary stlmulus to Community anri lnternationallife. Badger, In addition to the afore·
Ind was on th.; premises of the extend the strength of local inter· He was introduced by Lion Presl· mentioned towns, for advertising.
He said that there wiil be an
Grand Falll Motou on Station est in the Community Concerts dent L. E. Ball[lS of Grand Falls.
Road. Corp.. Clarke and • Con· programme In Central Newfound· :Mr. Humphrle, went to Corner Increase in telephone directory ad·
Brook on Tue~day.
vertising this year, due to an in·
Itable L!"e!y hurried to Grand land.
Fills Moton. where they took lhe Following the performa~ce, Mr. Mr. Thomas Antle, Port Sup· creased awareness on the part of
accu5ed man into eustodY for. Rubes and his accompamst were erintendent at Botwood, who had business in general to pay more
wnat they bel\(\'Cd to be drunk entertained at the home of Mrs. been on a comhined business and particular attention to advertising.
drl,.lnl. Four wltnessel appeared S. M. Christian, an executlve memo pleasure visit tn the United King·
today for the :1 own, Messrs. Jack ber of the local branch of the dom, accompa!lied by Mrs. Antle,
Pretty of Bishops Falls, Thos. J. Community Concerts Association. returned to Botwood via Trans
Power and S lit. Chrlstain of Present for the occasion were World Airlines and Gander oh
Grind Falls. and Conlt. Lively of members of the executive; the Wednesday. Ilk and Mrs. Antic On Monday a 25·year·old resi
tne RCMP. It \\as disclosed duro President, lIIr. W. T. Howell, and travelled to the United Kingdom dent of DUdo 1 B., was convicted
101 the procecC:lnls that the ac· his wife; the Past President, Dr. on the steanlcr "Baskervllle" In Grand Falls ~ourt for the lar·
cused man w,s not driving his F. A. 1IIlnshull, and Mrs. Minshul1, about three we~ks ago, and they ccny of a car r .. dio an.d horn from
also had the pleasure of viSiting a vchicle owned by Wm. Fanrcy
own clr at th~ time of the arrest and Mr. and Mr!. E. L. Neal.
IIIrs.
Gouldle at Swansea Wales or Bishops FlIlls The accuscd wa~
on Wednesday afternoon. but,
Mrs.
Gouldics
l1.usband Is the Cap· a taxi driver !or Jllr. Fancey and
was operatinll ~ vehicle owned by
taln of the stllamer Byerlcstonc. was enroute 10 Corner Brook
IIIr. P. lIIay of Badger. The case
which is a frequent visitor to the when the \'ehich! broke down neal
was adjournf'(' at noon hour
port·of BotwoO,l Mrs. Antle spent Dccr Lakc. the drlvcr removed I
Thursday and Friday afternoon,
one week with Mrs. Gouldie at the radio and horn allegedly to
IflU ment w,'! heard between
Swansea, ~ales, while lItr. Antle: scll. He was !aken into custody
Corp. Jaek Clarke for the crown
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.
was visiting London on bflslness. by the police after giving evid·
Ind Mr. Stedman Inder counsel
From Grenfell, Saskatchewan, They returncd by Trans. World ence in another case before lI1ag·
for the ICcUes:! man.
Corporal C!t1rke, reminded the we are advised that the marriage Airlines. via Shannon Airport, Ire· istrate Abbott on JIIonday. He was
court tnat thll defendent had a was solemnized there last Thur!' land. Mr. Rnd Mrs. Antle had a then remanded to Grand Fall~
pre"loul con,·icllon for drunk day afternoon of Michael Feniak, very enjoyable visit to the Unit· prison pending sentence by Magt
drl\'lnl In 1950, and he requelted RCAF, and Miss Evelyn June, eld· ed Kingdom, lind report finding B. J. Abbott.
------In Increased penalty in this In· est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JIIax the hospitalitY of the people very
~II·nl·C
.tance. Maglatl"ilte Abbott. in reo Lane of First Avenue, Grand Falls. fricndly and' commendable.
The ceremony was performed In
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,.Iewlnl the p.\·ldence. deplored
the Increasinl number of drunk St. Michael and All Angels Church
ather~
drh'ers In Central Newfoundland at Grenfell, and a very enjoyable
at the home of
and reminded the defendent, that reception was
ST. BO;.;'IFACE, ~Ian. (CPlthe pitfalls of cirunk driving are the groom's parents. Miss Lane is, .
a
graduate
of
Grand
Falls
High
(1
When
thc grcat day comes one
mlny and terrible In nature.
School,
and
was
for
somel
time
S
group
of
expectant fathers here
The man was sentenccd to
serve 21 days III prison at Grand employed at the Avalon Telephone The Bishop's Falls Kinsmen will bc relaxed. At leasl, that's
Falls. Had his ,h'lven licence can· Company in Grand Falls, and later have now taken over the sponsor· the hope of Dr. J. N. R. Scatliff,
celed for one year, his liquor per· at Gander Airport. Last year she ship of the local Air Cadet Squad. medical director at SI. Boniface
mit cancelled Indefinitely, Ind or· enlisted In the Women's Division ron, and its new officer personnel Hospital who is conducting a pre·
dered to pay cnsts In the amount of the RCAF at Clinton, Onl., and is as follows: Commanding Officer, natal clinic [or fathers. It operates
soon after enlistment was trans· N. R. Wright; Adjutant, Bert in conjunction with courses for ex·
of $38.50.
ferred to a unit in Saskatchewan. Petrie: Instructors, Everett Goobie peetant mothers at the city's
°
The groom Is a Leading Aircrafts· and Norman Head.
health unit.
Ir 1
man with the RCAF and his home Since taking over this Squadron
The father is entitled to know
An RCMP aircraft from St. Is at Grenfell Salk. He is of Lithu· the Kinsmen have added 38 morc more about childbirth, Dr. Scat·
JC)hn's, with Corporal Fletcher, ar· anian extraction, and the wedding lads to its ranks, bringing thc liff says. He can be an assct if
rived at Rushy Pond recently for celebration was conducted wIth all present strength up to 71. As the properly informed.
tlie purpose of "airUfting" two the pomp and tradition of that drill hall Is now occupied to its r "The father can playa very im·
persons to St. John's. One of these Republican country on the Baltlc capacity, no new recruits are to 1portant role by helping his wife
Is I man from Dildo who has Sea. Mr. and Mrs. Lane of Grand be accepted for the present, apart I to relax at thc onset of labor. If
been sentenced to serve 3 months Falls have cabled their best wishes from those to be indu~ted at the he gets frightened. his fcar might
In tbe Penitentiary for a rqbbery to the newlyweds.
next meeting. The age require· communicate itself to the mother
perpetrated last week on the Deer
men\! are 14 to 18. The Kinsmen and that's a most ubdesirable situ·
Llk. highway. The other person Is
wish to express their gratitude and ation."
I younl girl from this area who
thanks to Mr. Eric Taylor, Bert About 28 couples arc attending
baa been committed to the Girls'
~
Bouzanne and the other Grand the clinic and the numbers are in·
Home In St. John's as the resuit
•.
Falls oHicers who helped to set creasing. And father learns about
of delinquent behaviour.
We were advised Friday after. up the Squadron in Bishop's Falls post·natal care of the baby and
noon that the survey for the watcr by attending the first 'arade.
thc wife, too. He's going to make
sure, Dr. ScaUiff says, that his wife
and sewerage syiltem for the Muni·
takes proper care of herself after
~
cipallty of Windsor Is nearing com·
.
the birth, and is going to demand
The steamer Storfield arrived p~tion, and with favourable wen·
a share in caring for the in·
at Botwood lin Monday with 3450 ther It should be completed with·
Officers of the RCMP were .call· fant.
tons of COil or the A.N.D. Coy In the next two weeks. Mr. Geo. ed to Bishop's Falls last Thursday
"All you have to do is show them
.
from
Newport
News,
Va.
Thl'
O'Keefe
who
is
in
charge
of
the
night,
where
they
found
a
young
that
the workings of the human
."
steamer encountered rough wea· survey for the Engineering Dept. man from Bridgeport, N.D.B., in a body are more intercsting than.
ther when off Cape Bonavlsta and of the Dept. of Municipal Affairs, "ery inebriated condition on the those of A motor car. They carry
turned back tOWArds St. John's. advised us this afternoon that the prcmises of the CNR. He was plac· on from therc."
Ind when the storm abated she greater portion of this survey has ed in the police cells at Grand
tontlnued on to Botwood Irrlv· been finished and sent to the De. Falls, Rnd in court Friday morn·
"
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In,lhere Monday afternoon. Ship partment of Municipal Affairs' at ing stated he was employed as n
KEEPS LONGER
is under the command of Capt. St. John's, who will now examine logger in Bishop's ~'alis. He stated
Fondpvilt, Ind will load newsprint' the plan of the survey and then he was 19 years of age, and had Whitc flour kceps longer than
design a pattern, or s)'stem, for purchased six bottles of bCJ:!r at graham flour bccause graham
for American Ports.
The Canadian steamer Aherne the Installation. When this system the King's Mms TAvern, Bishop's I flour is a whole·wheat flour and
which broul11t Labrador wood to has been designed, the Department Fall~. The young man was fined therefore contains the wheat
Botwood last weekend left Bot· will then endeavour to estimate $2 for being intoxicated oln a pub- germ. The wheat germ contains
wood for Labrtldor ala in on Sat· th'e cost for such an installation for lie place and $20 for visiting a fat, and, In time, fat will become
unSay, but when near Exploits the town of Windsor. The present tavern while under age.
rancid.
had to return to Botwood owing survey began about the latter part
to stormy weather conditions. The of May and todato has aeeom.
bolt will bring more Labrador plished excellent work under Mr
wood to Botwood.
O'Keefe'. superviSIon.
•
Case .
r",
Larrenv." Charge
MOd
I
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I
Saskatr.hewan
h~ld
Kinsmen Take
10ver AOIr, ladet
.,'"
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,
years.
CLERK with grade
~3.2S
1 BELIEVE iHAT 'IOU~ UhtLE
WA5 FRlOH"TfioJEP 10 DEA'TH
~ T).lE HOUioJD OF
SA5~E~ILLE5 !
THe
H
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The S
Prenatal
For F
for work with
Camp. T.u"III.
A- I-ft PflSOnerS
I
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to
P.O. lox 25
ocW,2e,2I
Water S11rvey
CoaI CJarlf,o
Drunken Boy
.
I PROFITED ~
MV UI>JCLE /5
DEATH, /rill •
tnMESt BLf1" ee·
UEVE M~1. t DIDN'T ,~~:-\
A\lJIZDCJt. IUM! "
TENDERS are
Dwelling House
situate at Hare
These
a desirable
Pope Builcling
I
FOR
Tenders are
by Mercer
consisting ofr
Wharf
feltt by 25
THIS WILL !)E
A\Y FI~~ It.!vmlSATIOIoJ
••• lUST LIKI DAD'S •••
HOLME5! 1'M
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6:)lfoJe TO MAII.E
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Tclephll:.o)
HOUSE BLOCKS ROAD-Not only is 'Ihis !lood·dcvastatcd highwa>
and bridge in' Norwalk, Conn .. washed out, but a house smashed' acros!
the road, blocks It except for a narrow lane for an emergency truck
to move through.
.
(N~:A
40 fut, gal
feet, and
store buildlngl
side premise$.
The higbel
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THE DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26, 1955
ON! SHOE
This Page Is Presel1 ted
with the
Compliments 0.,'.
The Great Easte"rn Oil Company limited
Donors
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!Jacoby On Bridge
O·Hl'irn. Mis~ ~Iar)', 12 colonial /load, 7th.
.'
1
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Stl'ert, 2nrl.
Lact)' ••Iohn, 16 Fleming Street, '
1';,1',"11>, Hal·oltl.
Prarl, 44th.; Foley, Daniel, 3
Avenue, 261h.
.
l'arruU Eric A.• 28 WhilclI'a)" :lllih.
Ilohl'rls, M. ][,. 307A Ehzabeth I
'I "'I "1;'1
I "'hillcn. Prier, 32 Carter'l Hill. AI·rnlir. 1~t.
\
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nu"r. Wm. I~. :I Itntlnr)' Sll'ect. I,10th.
.llurris, GeOl'ge, 96 .l'I em·mcet·
)_1
I Thol11as, Anlhony, 151 Watcl··1 ing Ruad. 2nd.
;
P;lIl1l. Thumas. 1:!11 QlIrclI'~ (Ill'll IIrid:;c. 61h.
I Allen, Ted, Topsail Roarl. 2nd. .
1:",,,,1.
! Walters.
Connie, Portugal I White.
Annie, 76 Grcn!clll
Al'cnue, 3rd.
!
'l<'rI'i', r. ..~. II),! QlIccn'~ Rond.· C()\'e Road. 1st.
:, '"
I SlI'cetapplc, Consl. Gideon, 2:1 Vatehcr, Austin, 76 Grcn!ell:
Jllackmarsh ~Ionchy Strccl, 4th.
Avenue, lsI.
1\~;,Il. Jilck., 114
I Fullcl·. George, 16 B~nnerman I Kerrlvan, Thomas, 92 Carter's \
l: 0'''1. fi5t h.
1.~)lmhanl Simt. 1st.
I Hill, ht.
~1.lh·r. ,,(Iri~n, 5-1
Quigley, Roberl, 3 Cummings i Owens, Albert, Mt. Selo Road,
I: ::ml. 3, II.
:O;1I(:'I';,r<l. IIrrln'rl. no ll()nroc Streel. 1st.
\ 1st.
I
~"I'.'\. ll1h
I Ch~~'Ior, Heg. 14 Holloway St.,
Howlett. Edward, 302 Waler St., I
:-;I'ulroll.
~Ii~~
Road,! 3rd.
' Phillip~, Robin, 48
SiOl.~N
MY ROOI\! IF 1 PiON'T
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SOll~h
I
~lar~;ln'l. 11 Pinc : 1,1.Quann, Ch,lIles, 15 York Street, iI 2nd.Dnwe, Will, 402 Hamilton Al'e., 1,
.. ' TII~otlor~. 11 I'ir:e Bud , 2:lrrl.
'1"1.lnll'",'
POll/'ll. Pal lick. 85 Whilcway : 1M!.
Jame~, Ronald, 7 l'rospect St.,
I•
2 oil
Wts& Nor1b
l'a~5 2"'·
rim ~ '"
PIISS
P3JJ
lut·
Pass.
Pass
Opening icaJ-¥ J
(;i'\I',l1ull. \Ii"
1:",1 I'i~l". :11'11.
Hy OSWALO .IACORY
,
lsI.
Our sCI'n'ts on the pia of Il'umil
lir"':l'.IY. ,I'X,
lIutl'hio~~, Jnlll~5, 24 Barnes", Cool!. Richard, 3 Colonial St., ('ontl'<'I'ls I'on,inucs wilh a nell'
It.,.I';.
HIlI.
"1 5th .
~i.'tI'\. lIaITI·. lao ~rw (;owr!' no;!d. ~th.
iwl'lIIklc in rufting tril'k>: The
'Hr"'. (ilh.
.
. Tllbin. \\'111 .• Kilbrirle, 5th.
,O·Toolc. Frank, 375 Duckworth: lim~ tn tak!' a ruffing trll-k is
IItlll'rr II .. \'~nr'lIl1l'l'l'. 1>1.
I \l'hiltl'll. Wm., 27 Job S1.. 10Ih.. Strcct, 3rd.
i" hen It will do you the mu~t
Burkt.,' ~Ir" Hil .. , H Brien .. ~chlln, Iial'ohl, Kcnmollnt Road,! Humphl'ip~, Jame!, 7 Byron St., ;Il olld . 1.1·~·S ~/'C ~1l11' this is iI·
~I •. , d. I-t.
vlh: '
..,
list.
.
Ilust.ralCtl In t,)day.s hane!.
1;"",\ F:eti<'l'ick. ~;I W"l'burQ·' Sulhl'r.n, Jolm, 56 Kill!:. Road" ],Iylcl'. Palrick, 41 Tums Courl,
\\cst opens Ihe wck of hcarls.
~Iro'rl. ·,nlh.
,2nd.
131'r1.
Idummy puis 1111 Ihe Ilurcn, and
(;l!II~. (irriwl't, 5 Fial'in Sln'ct,· Siridp, Ilon, 56 Kinll'~ Road, bt.l lllllll'ormcy, Lewis, 10 Bideford; Easl CO\'CI'S \\,;th the king. South
!IIh,
. Ro,~d, .ht.
..
I Pla~c, 4Ih.,.
iis disall)lointcll, sinee he hoped
)I:b. !lllu:,I". Cllrnll'alll[roights,
tllll,"~, Eernard, 11 Fmt Ave.,. Ellon, "m., Cornwall Avenue, :Ihat Ihe IIUCCIl of hearts would
,.;
101h.
12nd.
hold the trick. South conll'Ols
1:,,:1<'1'. (;"r';on. hI.
Knox, I.eo, 4 Charleton Sll'eet,l Larkin, Eric, WatcrIord Hgts., his cmotion~ (,r.ough to refuse
~llIrphy. )'1'\('1" 1I:lIurs' !load 3r<1.
19th.
ithe lirsttrkk. This allows South
!~:II,
lIall,;,y. Gordon Top Batlery i Hillier, George, 18 Earncs' HiIl,!w (·.hoosc the l'."act moment for
t',\~n~. )laurier. Torh~)', 4th. I Rllad. _nd.
1 3rd .
,rufflng a heart III dummy.
(l'~.lara .•lack, 488 Watcr Strect, Cooper, Chrjstoph~r. ~lilI BrIdge, 1 Butt, Charle~, 3 !lalclgh Street, I East l'cIUn1~ the qucen o{
:', d,
3rr~..
• . 13rd,
.,;pade~, and ~~uth wins with ~hc
(;'llbw. Heclor. 9 Tllnis COllrt,· Slmm~, Henry, 29 Barter s 11l1l,! Stoylrs, Allister, '1 Charleton lact South fO •. JIVS wllh Ihc king
::".1.
,-It h . . .
Str~et, lst.
•
1of spade~. O,Jly onc I'uf[ is nced·
,\nrlrrl\~. lIarold, ~ )llIrray St., Brecn, ~hchae1, Adelaide Sireel" /licwell, isaac, 51 Campbcll Avc., :ed In dummy, ~o South ran af·
18th.
Iford to draw t\l'O of dummy's
jll:l"
11,t.
J:,,,.hr. Lco. Kilhrirlr. I~t.
lIearn. DaI'irl, 4 Kcnna's Hill,: Perry, ,James, Topsail Road. 2nd. ithrce trumps,
!lItHrll. Robcrt. 69 Whilcwa)' 71h.
I O'/lieill, Edward, Southside Road, i It is sli~1 to') early to ruff thr
:,:rrrl. I~t.
Halleran, John, 122 Queen's I' l s I . .
Ihea.rlo Flfst South takcs dum·
.\h{'~. ~Iu;~~. 5 Etlinburgn St". ilmld, ht.
Squire~, Everard, Brookfield jmy 5 top cluh;; and ruffs a low
~:,,!.
I ,Squires, John J., Blackhead: Road, 1st.
IClllb in his hand. Declarer \l'as
• "~eill, France~, Topsail 1I0ild,: Road, 2nd.
I Turnbull, Miss Hilda, 90 Queen's hopl1l11 that til!' buil would urcak
i Simmonds, Donald, Blackhead I Rond, 2nd.
3·3, but he c?n cope with the
'-I
I Brown, John, 14 Summer St., 51h actual 4·2 dull break.
. ;milh. )lal'id. 26 \\'alrlr~ral'e: fload, ht.
~irr"'. IOlh.
! Smythc, Edward, 34 King's Road,' :llorrls, Wm., 30 r'ield St., 2nd.
Only alter fuffing the third
1I\1',~r. R"bert. ;\a~le'~ lIi1l. 6th. ; 261h.
\ HAyden, Cyril, Cape Broylc, 2nd. round of club. in hlR own hand
1.i,;rhAII, Patrick, 52 frcshwatcr! Whillrn, Harold, G Sebastian
Williams, Allan, Gould~, 2nd. lean Soulh afford to ruf! a hcart
HII"rl. 31'0.
i Slre.~I.' 2nd.
I Thorburn, Wm., Topsail Road. in the dummy. Fir~t of cO~lrs('.
D,nn, Jnhn. Tup nail cry Road,' "hlte, Mac, 18 Campbell Ave.,' 31th.
he cnshes the lee 01 hearls. fhen
j,II ii,
: hI.
! Lambert, Gordon, Top SiGnal he ruffs his I"st henrt in thl'
l.r ..... is. Pal. 6:1 Linl(' Strel't. lst. I • White. GreGor)" 20 Campbell! Hill, 1Mt.·
dummy. ~ot vl,l. dncs this pro·
: WhitcII'ay, Jame5, Signal Hill, vide the I'ulfi'l;{ trkk. but it also
W"I.h. James, 63 l.im!! Sireel, AI·I'., lsI.
1.1.
I Whitl'. Mr5. Marjorie, 20 cam p. , lsI.
igct~ him to riumm~ in time 10
j
I'owrr. IIHfry, 19 Lake AI'enue, ' bell Al'e., 1st.
.
Whltewal', George, SiGnal Hill, l'urt another cluh.
:
.
I The ~e"nntl ruff ~5t!lhlishes I
:.1.
! Deckl'r, Cl'cll, Porluga1 Cove! hi.
Sh.!J'c, Arch, Ii Westmount,; Roarl. lst.
! lIIilendy, John, 10~ CampbcllldumlllY ~ last (·Iull. South can
hI.
i Eailey. Victor )I., 19 Blatch: Avcnue, 2nd.
llead a rliamond 10 dummy's arc
l1ai;w~, Frank, 1 ('nlunial St.,. Annul', 11th.
~liIendy, Clarence, 125 EmpIre 1to lead the la~l. club from dum
1..1.
1 Cleary, Wm., 16 ~Ic:\cil Avenue, A\,enut', 1~t.
,my. H r:a~t r!;,;cards. the club
('Iill'kl'. HUllert, H9 Prowse i 4th.
Plercf' Edward, 89 Signal Hill, igil'c~ declarer hh conlract; and
.\\'enl1l'. :!nrl.
: Whelan, Palrick, 2 Power Street, 1st.
'
i if East ruffs, !;r.uth·s last trump
l'arlrr,
Pcarl, 121 Campbell, 2nd.
Butler,
Hill,
lis his tcnth trirk .
I Jamif~nn, Alec, 147 Queen'l Sweeney, BI1I, 1:1 Woodl RAnge, \ J{ So\l~h tOOk. Ihe ace of h:arls !
.\'.'rnuc. 4th.
Ilto"'r, \\'m.,
,\lIan Sltuare,' ROlld, 10th.
\' 4th.
1at Ihe
tmk and retul
1
. '1111.
I llil1l1n, :ltae, 431 Soulhside 1I0all, Learninll, Kel'in, '1 Duckworth I the suit, bast could lead a tlurd ;
Strecl, l!t.
.
Ihrart at OIlCr.. This would (01'1:1' I
F.. lth:lItl, ;\;11111111, l'"rlu~al Cn\'!! : 3rll.
):,,,<I.2n<l..
I Lagnwr, EdwArcl, Gul1 Island,1 Taylor, Hubcrt, 89 SignAl l\ill, dummy to ruff bel ore the c1ull5 1
Ilt:nne. '.f;lmes. 1'1I1'11I~~1 Cnve C.B" l~t.
hI.
Ihad beell well I;cgun, and Melar· I
",,",1. 2m!.
Hickey, Frederick, lIolyrood,
Wiseman, I.en, Kenmount Road, ('I' would be nnahle to establish:
Hnller. Pat. TeA Illlati. 1<1.
3rll.
' 11th.
dummy's la~l dub.
.
,
;.
o'llrilly •.Jolln. Tors COl'e, 4th.
Campbell, James, Squires' Ave.,
Nixon, Ernest, 137 Gower Street,
:
..
).a\\TCnCI',
Bay, i Btn.
. . .
4th.
Wesl, ift.
I
: '.:,
: ~Icl.pnnan, Don, Col her 5 Lane, i Deckcr, Mackenzie, .141 Cury
Ha)'cs, Jack, 26 Ruchannn 51.,
\llInn". \lubr!'l, 1110 ;o;.'w Gower: 31'£1.
.
• \
171h.
,
hI.
,'lrN. 3llth.
I Andcrson. Ron, 7 st. lhchael S I Shea, Frank, 11 WhlleWRj' Place, I Simmonds, \\'111" 17 ~Ionch)' St.,
\ 2nd.
47th .
I rOl·krr. (;ol'don. 25 Kitchener i AI'cnuc, 25th.
.
ford, Malcolm, 255 Hamilton. Yetman, Clem, Southside Road
Hollett, Mr~. Shirley, 14 White.
.\ I'cnue. Znd.
nnnia, Edward. 16 Campbcll· Al'cnuc, 16th.
I We~t, 4th.
way Sircet. 3rd.
:,lrnur,4Ih.
I ~Ioorc, Donald, 315 South~lde I Williams, Henry, Pouch Cove, K·::: .. .':,: ,:. ;7 Bennctt Avenue,
Rllma ••Iamp~. Kitchener Ave .• ' Road, 7th.
2nd,
lsi.
::",1
j ~Ierccr, Raymond, 68 Portugal Aylward, Martin, Cape Broyle, Mills, Mrs. Jcan, 10 O'Ncill
Kran. Rulanrl, 11 ~!onl'ne St., I Co\'e Road, 10th,
1st.
Avenuc 3rd
:hl.
O'Reilly, Kevin, 2 Brien Street,
BaldwIn, Eleanor, c/o Sana·
DU{f): Peicr 17 College Square,
Tuhin. I.ouil, 30 William Strcet, 27th.
torium,
9th.'
,
:~'lrl.
Evans, Patrick, Ncwtown Road
King, Charlcs, 92 st. Clare Ave.,
Barron, P. J, Barron, 76 Merry·
Tohin. Drnl5. Wltlr55 Bay. 1~t. Exten5ion, 4th.
4th.
meeting Road, 1st.
~o~eworth)', .Jamcs, 20 ~·rank. Slade, 'rhomas, Carhonear, ht.
Jonc~, John, 6 Hoylps Avc., 8th.
Hillier, Howard, 3 Topsail Road,
I'.n ""cnuc. 1st.
~Iurphy, Andre\\', Kilbride. 14th.
Bursey. Graham, c/o Men1al 2nd.
Chafe. Grorl/t. 2~ Barron Street, 1 Small, Cedric. 86 Lime St., 1st. Hospital, 2nd.
.
Case, Bcrt. 02 Springdale Strect,
l'are~', Gu~, \\,itle~s Bay, 2nd.
Ryan, Francl~, Calvert, 51h.
10th,
I-I.
1I,l11nnd ••famr" Broulcl'Hrd, 3rd,! Power, Herbert, 263 LeMarchant
lIayden. Francis, Cape Broyle,
Bprron, !lohn, 52 Bra/,j) St., 2nrl.
furlong, Peter, 16 field Strtct, . Road, 3rd.
2nll.
Murrin, Ambrose, 29 Victoria
"uh.
O'Neill, Leonard, rermeu~I', lst.
Ryan, JRme~, Call'crt, 1st.
Street, 10th.
S!l'm. Andrew, 137 Ncwloll'n
Rose, ~Iell'yn, c/p East End Bak·
Chafe, Chelley, 23 Summer St.,
Antle, Miss Violct, Del'on Houst',
1:lIarl. 2nd.
\ cry, 1th.
51h. ,
8th.
I
Shall', Rohert J., 30 ~[cKay St.,
Dinn, Ron, Kllhrlde Road, lst.
~Iurphy. Miss Sheila, ~ .·rcsh· Koch, Charle~, J(enmoun1 Road,
:>rd.
Whitten, Sat. Chas., 3 Lake View water Road, Gth.
I2nd.
:-'olan. John. 9 Adclalde Siraet, I Avenue, 10th,
. Barbour, Capt. Bob, 4S Cashin' FOlI'low. George,.11 St. MIchael
~nrl.
Brown, Sgt. Alec, 14 Boulevard, Avenue, 9th.
Avenue, 9th.
Vicount, Bernard, 81 Lime St., 2nd.
Gover, Fred, 11 Howley Avenue
Evans, Btan, 129 Scott St., 10th.
1st.
Grouchy, James, 21A Topsail Extension, ~th.
Payne, L, J., Sr., In Balsam St.,
'D\\'Ytt, Patrick. 118 New Gower Road, 2nd.
' Courage, Grant, Tunis Court, 7th.
Street, ht.
Shannahan, Rich., 12 Victoria 20th.
Gallop, Cyril, 11 Macklin Place,
Burke, Douglas. 49 Sulva Strcet, Street, 3rd.
Whitten, Harry. Petty Hr., 7th. 2nd.
hI.
McNamara, Len, 29 Pennywell
ROWl8l1, Reg, 2G8· Empire Ave.,
Condon, Patrick, 38 Summer St.,
Adams, Leo, Jllockmarsh Road, Road, Dth.
lat.
3rd,
:!nd.
'MlIIer,. Bernard, Balsam Street,
Constantine, Thomas, 101 St.
Somarton, Wm., Portugal Cove,
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11th.
Livlng~tone.
18th.
Clare Avenue, 7th.
Cascy,· Clarence, 11 Whlteway' Noel, Ernest, M Monroe Street,
Place, 3 8 t h . ·
13th.
Whitten, lIar(lld, Higgins Linc,
Quirk, Funds, 24 Barter', H1II,
Mullins, Leonard, 6:1 Cralgmiller
lsI.
4th.
AI'cnue, 12th.
Brown, Frank, Freshwater Ro.d,
Evans, 'Fred, ~8 Ume St .. 2nd.
Quirk, Arthur, Kllhrlrlc, 4th.
5th.
.
Pearce)" Joseph, Road de Luxe,
Cnl1ln~. Gcorae, 141 Prowle
BrolYn,
Joseph,
31
Gower
Street,
lst.
. ,
II \'~nue, 2nd.
!'llrrct,
r-!O,WATEi:.
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4th,
Collins, Paul, 21 Central Street,
2nd.
Hush, Whltc!icld, 3.7 Hoyles
Avenue 7th.
Man~.Il, VivIan, Topsail Road,
5th.
. (Continued on page 16)
.
: :.')
THE DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, 1955
18
CLOTHES make the man if CHAFE
makes Ihe clolhes
Taxi
Death
Of
,
The Cafe
De .Paris
Lot U. 11.",n •
tI1R'tSlEIt MItTEMI'
GAS oR Oll·flRED
. fURNACE
5. U• .,·..1
...' Iho c,.... d •• ' •
\
EQUIPMENT COMPANY
de Paris in practically e,·ery capl·
Ul of the wo!ld. But none can
bout the Ilamtlr nor the culled
patron..e II '.lIt orl,lnal Care de
Parb,
dMn- whlcb hilS Just closed Its
\
Division. of STEERS LTI).
cor. Pre~c:olt and B'lnd sts.
I)\al 4108.
st. John'.
Here. most
(or close
to 80
years.dined
the
world',
famous
people
IIId wlned, Ind old Parisians
mourn tbe passin, of what to
I\ ;:
Must
ocll. m
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, hadI eyes
E I todseeI Klllg
I
IEdward VII IoJ tocrats-untll Ihe fateful
.
of HI'\'.
'J'orbaV. arls
nMf. One of the niches contain. has been seen haunting what
Aug. 2. \ G·
J'slal e uflale
Very
·J ·
ed the .tatu! of a nude woman once been tha No. 1 ca,e a
ng an " s tt ng1 n"his favor
. I, d""cased
. tt' 1914,
h "which. 3('cordmg to somr Priest af'
01 ('5 a II
"
• .' are
littina atop a terrestrial ,lobe Paris.
corner over t 1ere, oPPosite to Istorlans ,markcd the end o[ the! required to [ol'wnrd parl1culars
.......
Iho b••
"W,m" J"Yo. "'. I
lho ,,,h,", 19th
',I 'h' "m' t,k .,·iI",.d,i,
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t St
le-ds the World." Palntln,s of m" ure as cashier In this stmns· Russian Grand Dukes. Other dis·
The end of Ihc first World War tesled, 10 .luh.I G. IlIggms. Rt'}d
""" iho ........ ,,' "hot ,hm. ,,' " .., i wtit b' ... So.
h."'"" wot. 'h, A.. ". " """i, dill"'" di,,· Boitdi"'. 0" w"' , •
theorEx\,\,utor
o[ 251h
tle sal
are
,,_"" sho'-d
n~ a I'I'ne apprc. until the vcr." last moment, ) I Khan-then a slendcr, handsome Itele-bankers, imsincss men. and .Iohn's,
(I-I'lte on
bcfore Ihc
daY
.
. Im·ited ror tbe i
tiatlon
of
tbe
female
form.
come
here
el'erY
afternoon,"
she
I
younll
prince;
the
Marquis
de
\
'
political
lead',·s.
'fhcy
rcplar-ed
A.D.
1955.
[o\1o\\"
lollowlnJ(
posts
In the Department
,odd
001..",.,. Ibm W6 "Ih,", i' .,,\d.
e"i,it",. lin' ,,,,,b "",. Ih. w"IIOW
by 'h"
"hi,h "" """" .,,,",,, of Health:attrad the attention 01 the un· 1 T'm" hOI.' h""d ,b.."d•• "" I, m.", '" Am""" mil· •,I,"i, d,itt"·. ,,,,,I 01"".
I"iii "",'" I'.
Ih.
T"h,id" " ••,. "' F,rn.',l
.
'
to such
daln15
as hc sha °lnl
t len Grneral
I 1~ h . lIospi.!al.
h d tl t
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,,,i,' '''''''. ",i b, ",,,,lti,,iSal·ah
worn'"Bel'nhal'dt
""i I,· I h.;.
,m"d" ale aha ras
actresses and aeml.mondaines. 'mous
Dated at SI. ,John's the 18lh attel\ ance at. t CI
\\lost clients had their favorite would oftcn
thrrc after the: day 01 Odober. AD. 1955.
vel,'S1 y or eqll1\'a
wil specl.a
tables lind mallY 1.cscrvcd thcm theatre. For the great singcr, 1
HIGGINS & HIGGINS,
emphasis on PhYSICS and
from one
end to another. l\'ellie ;llclba, tile rhe[ of tl1e Cafe I
Sollcilorl for Executor.·
Successful candidate will
All came to see and be seen, but de Paris in\'cnted the noW uni· 10l'tl9.26.nol·2,9.
work under the dirrct supervision
also to
the superb versally knOlI',1 dcssert, "pcchc ;'"
or the Director of Pa:hology, and
cuisine which the Cafe de Pal'is melba."
will operate Isotope and Basal
<
I 'fhe Cafe de
prol'percd
Metaholism units and Elcclrocardi·
dispenlled-at a price.
So far as the little old lady \ hetwecn the !II'O World Wars.
All
"llal'ing claims \ ographs. Salary will be $150.00
was concerned. the Great Eporh ,After Paris wa, Iibcrated it took against lhe Estate of the late monthly during a training periorl
went out with the first World four years 10 !!( t bark to its old Frederick Lcster 01
lof approximately six months and
War. When sht! saw cllents ar. standards of fxquisite
cooking. Road,
Fa,rdmchr,
WilliY I upon
completion
wiJI rommen~e
.
plcase sen
t e,r delc~ascd,
c alms proper
$2ROO
0
rvlng for dinner In 1919 wear. Its prcstlge
still as gl·eal. attested to the office of the un· . at
. 0 per annum on tht
I
Inll business suits Instead 01 the Whcreas dressing for dinner was dersigned Solicitor who is solie I· scale $2800·100.3000.
white tie and tails, she knew it Ino longer a "mllst", cvcryonc! tor for the Exccutor, Cyril G.
Apwieations with full details
was tbe end.
'wore at least black tic for the i Lester of ;llount Pearl, bcfO<fe should bc forwarded immediatcl~'
The Cafe de Paris was the third IFriday evening
dinncrs.
II the
day of l\ovember,
•
A.D. fifte;nth
195n, whereupon
the cxecu· to the Superln.tendent • General
of its name, The
opened in I Othel'wls.e nothing was .chan g· tor will distributc the estate after
Forest Road,
1822 just a stonc s throw from led. 'fhe K1I1g of YugoslaVia, the I that date having regard to those., Plumbtr and Elretrltlan, Hospi'
the church of the Madeleine. Duke o[ Wincisor and the Aga claims of which he then shall I hI for 1I1en\31 and Nervous Dis·
HeNre among the celebrities i Khan came. ordered their favor· hal'C had notice.
eases. Applicants must be quaJi·
Alexandre Dumas and Balzac 1,lte dishes and 1I0ddcd to the old
T. P. HALLEY.
. Jied Journrymrn Rnd preferahlv
dined every evening. It soon be.. caShler.
dances contri.\ Solicitor for the Executor of
I possess
Salari;s!
came an Institution as well as the ,buted 10 the "gay nineties" atof the
icommrnce at
!
rendezvous of the dandles.
; mosphcre.
I
i Applications shnnl!l be submitSome 30 yealS later a second i 'This last
of
,
tcd stating
details or employ.
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F'0'n·l1.
D S' ALE
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TELEPHONE 2159
Minimum Order 2,500
$2.70 per 100 Delivered
Cash On Delivery
'rops~i1
W. A. CRANE, Trustee
Bankrupt Estate of Mercer and Green, Ltd.,
wa~
C/arenville
I'
~irst
HO~\llta1.
I
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Can.c~n
~t1')nghold Pari~ian
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,,}lY ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) _ Ex.
elusively
Yours: Audrey Hepburn
•Is Imiffed b)' Iprinted reports that
.._ .
Sit. s..,i"
Ih.. h.bb,
"Ie
Ferrer
straw.bossing
her
F
1 I
erret.
Bled on oka.vlng an
actors hired to work with her In
"W" ..d
... th".iiI
,b",,,,,h"," tho . . .
110t snap her without clearing
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.p ,
through him fl t lilt' a h p
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slave relationship," fumes Audrey.
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lour BEST
hi~ I'mplo~'ment
mendalion~
tion~.
adores~rrl
Complete units:-
'ot'
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FIREPLACE, MANTEL, HEARTH, CURB,
BASKET, GUARD
5 BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS
TilE WITNET: A MOI:lrtown,
buuty
telephoned
111l' \
designer
whipherupIIIn1\ nlOV1C
black
mist
mink coatto for
a hurry.'
B
In Hearing Aids
I~
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"m I".h. Tb.i·, .hot I hod
I", to" o;d': , . iti"
e ..i"
•
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A"~
~ta~r,
fie'
th~ m~ttrr
Another shipment just arrived - They will be
on display in a few days.
Last shipment lasted only 3 DAYS, Better call
early and make your selection,
FREIGHT
ST. JOHN'S·CORNER
BROOK
SERVICE
In
nf thr. Will "lid
,.""
F." I,hlSl.•1,i",·'C',," "Mk
"'_,
t , r FI " " " "
.. "I n,ld.
SNvicc per 5.S. Northern Ranger
late af Grand
In tbr
.,
arc,p
Province or Xcwfoundland ..
1"1'11 be
• te'd at Doc k CoaBt aI
Id
d
0Shed Friday. Ort. 28th, Saturdav
1 ...
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!
FREiGHT 'T. JOHN"
Ait
.i,imi" I, '"
LEWISPORTE SERVICE
. credi:ors of or who ha\'e an".
.""hl st. Joh,·,·Lowi.po.. oJ.'m, " '.m"d, 'P" "
Wb.. ito "k,d if .bo ,,,I,",,
It full.ICl1gth or -even.cI·gI1tlenRth, she snapped.. o ·
This Is Hollywooa, Mr!. Jon
Statutory Notice
: ay, FREIGHT
rVlcr..
NOTICES
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=W~~"'.'I'm"::!'::'::;;
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Get the Facls!
you'll concludo that .".n if .,-..I
you pay
•• much
.. $300."""
you •• n't buy a
...,
........
10.Day Money Back Guarant..
Deborah Kerr, whn ~tarred In Rosa, Calif., public library ann
Ihe
play, Is bcaming over i nou,nds for .Bette Davis' new
nohl!rt An(lcrson'~ script (or h~r i mOYIC, '~Storm Center," sprcilied
MG!Il movie ,·pr~lon of "Tu and 1 the BtudlO would r,pl~ce destroy·
~)'nlP~th)'." DC$pill' mil: h t y fd ~hrubhery and rejl~ir an,
whacks by film censors ~he Uy~ . damage to t~e IIbrar),. Murh "f
"It'~ 8 r!n1ark~hle piccp- of work" Ihe landscaping was damaged but
by And!'rson \\'M aloo authored looked el'en beller alter being n·
the pial'.
planted by the studiO.
'4
"He'~ d~~'elnplnE his own theme ."Now can't you burn· the II·
even further." Ihe 51:'!. '''rhe brary dawn?" winked II cit)· fa·
script is 85 eoad as bis pli;',"
ther to Producer Julian Blau·
3¥elcome Wago~
Deborah, winding up In "'rbe I alein. "We need II nell' one."
H08tess
Proud and Prolane," Is pla~'ing
"No thanks," said Julian. "LI·
CO'ltlOUS as candidate No. 1 for brarles burn cheaper In Holly·
~. Iaock on Your
.wltll Giftl 6 Gratin,., ''MH, A," the life story of thp wood."
Gertrude Lawrence. "I'd
!rom Friendly Buline..
OFF THE SOUND TRACK: c.
like to see. tbe serlpt first," sbe
\ 1"1eiahbor. Ind YOIIt!
says. "I want to be sllre 1\ Isn" B. DeMl\le's film footage meter
\ Civio and Social
"~. nf Ihose 'This Is Your Llle' on "The Ten Commandments"
Welflre Leader.
now ~land5 at 783,000 - almost
thlnis."
"
1~ mile~ 01 celluloid. Anrl he's
tl" ",,"lotl -"
Latesl 7jpP)' double bill movie stili ~hooling. , . , E~lher Wil\lam~
Ol~e of residence
(rom Jlaly dup to pla~' the U.S. In will bave with her 1\ portable.
Arrival. of r-iewcomer. fj November: Gina Lnllobrlglda In round swimmln~ tank - "hne .
"The Wayward Wile" and "Sil· pool. Will trRvel"~when 5he Itets I
CitJ,
\'ana Mangano In "Outlay Girl." around to thA~ acqllacade tour
. • . The Doyle Brooks working Blueprlnls eall for one 85 feet
MRS. CATHERINE ~STER as pHI.llme TV ~dnr and ~tAnd Rcro~s. , •• Gimmick 01 tbe week:
Supervising HOlt--' In for Georu (Superman) Reeve~ HowRrn Keel ~In~inll to his
"daughtcr" In his new nlRht-club
aeL She's represented by a brlgbt
spotlight. • , ,Conversation I'd
like to lislen In on: A meetlnll of
Charlie Barnett, the orchestra
leader: Artie Shaw and comcdla'l
Paul Gllbe!'t. They have 14 mnr1Ji
rlagPA among 'em .. , • Rob Hope
hastily yanked some eags about!
Presldenc Elsrnhower from hlH I
last TV show, IIhned a month'
ago, No objections except lrom •
Bob, one of Ikc's favorite Roll'
parlners,' who decided "Ihe tim· .
I
Inl Isn·t right."
".tt..
'Phont 80021
STEERS LTD.
",i: I •
S,~i" '" S.S. Gi,,,,, .Iii"
~ceepted at Dock Coastal Shed
rhursday, Oct. 27th, 9 a.m to 5
p.m. ,,' ',id". 00'. ,.h. 9 •. m.
to' p.m.
RESTRIC-, ED C ARGO
~argo
" ..ol,,,
Shi,,,,, pi"" "1<-G
and
for
Southother
Coastregtrieted
Points for forward.
ing \'ia Agrntia and ]ltV. ::\1 arlorlta nt'reptcd Railway Frcight
5Shpc.dI11.Fl'lday, Oct. 28, 9 a.m. to
Fall~ w'
"'~,~
.
.
h"'h,
i"""''0 ",'duly,,,,,,,i
...
Ithereof In writing.
..attested,
!
!::~
,",dmi';'-;:'eS~;'ltors
for
'.
x cu or on or
sal<1 deceased
before the
0
I
01
24th day 01 November A.D. 19:;~.
after which date the' said Executor
will proreed to distribute
said
Iestate hal'ing regard only to the
claims of which be then sha\1 b"'e
nolice.
the
I
I
"POppy WEEK"
Da!ed at St. John's this 24th da"
of October A.D. 1955.
.
~'ERn:Jt " MI.·FI.TN,
will commence on
for Execulor.
NOVEMBER 4th to NOVEMBER 10th INClUSIV!.
are
lerc.r and
;ting ofr
Nharf 200
,y 25 f.et,
.t; gal
and fourldal
buildingl
Ir~
If.mise$.
( Th. highest
CHRYSLER
AIRTEMP
~arti.s
ndersign.d,
COMFORT ZONe
EQUIPMENT
'nstalled
STEERS
By
EQUIPMENT CO.
SAMMY DAVIS, Jr.
JONI JAMES
PATTI PAGE
EARL BOSTIC
EARL GARNER
JAZZ STUDIO
THEME MUSIC
FROM "WILD ONE"
)ated at St.
• Eagillteretl IMJaIlatlOl
• 51111 ad System for Every NettIEy",FltI
• Estillatll Ma4t W!thHt OblflotlGl
• ProIIpI Smiet-Guaraaliid Work
WE SERVICE ANDREPAIR ALLMAKES
AND TYPES OF MEA TlNG PLANTS
Call
:•
4108
N
-
SOYEERASln
Division oJ SteerA Ltd.
I
·!COR. PRESCOTT & BOND STS
EQUIPMENT CO.
IocL19,20,2G,27
THE lADIES AUXILIARY OF THE ST, JOHN'S BRANcii,
CANADIAN LEGION OF THE B.E.S.L~
ANNOUNCES
With
45 R. P. It
RECORDS BY
lEND
""••" ... d"""d.•to
AI It, FINEST.
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J
Automlile
'etltlllg
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Box 25
0' Fi"'~ ' ..h,1
Reid, late or Grand Falls afore·
i" lb••••1.
Atldr~.s:
Do;'
« .~pply to
HORWOOD LUMBER CO. LTD.
365 Durkwortb S'repl.
SI. John'l.
()tt26,nol~,a.16
-i
vork with
Ip. Ttachin
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oct24.26
Sollcitor~
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ENGLISH
FIRE PLACES
'm.. D;~M'
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of Trustep)
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STEERS
f
a~e.
e rvices
Reynolds
With
HU" .....and
_ Eddie
., . .Flsber,
."'
N,i j, lho "'ip"
D.h'.
• • •
about ber walk IS a se xy doll In
"Slightly Scarl!'t": "!t's a combi. .
Ed Murrow and Paramount are nation of Marilyn Monroe's
talking about a gag "Person to shake, Mamie Van Doren's rattle
Person" ahow sequence In Bob
Hope's new movie, "That Certain and Sheree North's ro\1."
Feeling." If the deal jells, Ed
Radio· Appliance' Furnlturt
will play hImself.
•
•
•
Department
• • •
Columbia's use of Ihe Santa, Wat.r Slr ••
t
SI. John'.
flw'
(Addr<'~s
Su
01'126.27
~
di~.to' ""b "tth in·
terviewed a shapely young actress
who blithely Informed her that
. . .,Ii, b,,1 'M' h" ..... w.. '_,ri. ",""".
•
MGU', "
Th'~
18
St, John's, Nfld,
r<~r~lfiC3Ir..
S26nO.OO·l()O'~200. =======================-
IS
::-.:.0::=.:::=
:t'•••~
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NS1.170 .," to "",, " . _ . "'b.' ."."
fA. 1525
, . . . . . WIll " ....."'" _
lat'oc~;'~~,;~I,~~~h.
Newfoundland ~
S
~ti1l trl~phone
E'Ii~I,
".?","'od
",k. ~~
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UNWANTED HAIRII
GUAIAN1UD 01 MOHIY UFUNDID
14'.,.",,.,,
~~:~J!l~~~
~:~~~.r :~I ..to"
:~t. Joltn'~.
Cafe de Paris opened farther Itl'3dltions disapr.eared evernlght. I
;ment, thr t)'pes of plant!1 In whlrh I
down beyond the Opera, but its : Clients I'ctUI'I1i1ljl from their va.
the applicant has worked, the
success was
In 1879 i cation
to make A
irears or
nnd the
the third opened its doors on the ! regen·alion. But It \\,on·t be long
Iposi~ions he ha~ held. Rerom·
Avenue de rOI'era, to receive the: noll' whrn even the old telephone
i
from prel'ious em·:
Illustrious visitors to the Paris ;operator will :lave to abandon
PASSENGER NOTICES
iployers may nceompan:v applica.
i
switchhoard.
1
Thpy should he
:
exhibition,
her
P ••" ••Ii.d Ii. mI. .. ,.....
i. I .... Ii!
wiii h, " mo" ·:,,,h,
CONNECTiON GR"N BAY' 10 lb.
"'.pit.1
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to
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SERViCE
TOMORROW•
i.!>i. "Iii it .....d. n. eof. ,b,i" ,,,,,"i "I' ,
THURSDAY
"i",,,d
d. st. Joh,',
d
--Train ,"The Carihllu" lcal'ln~ I LEONAIlD 1I1lLUiR, ~f.n ..
0
0
an ex·pro ucerl Flattened hi5\
S.L Johns tOJnorl'~w TII\lrsd~y
Drputy lIflnlstr.r
or Rralth.
K
I
ban~
account wit~ An LII.laled \
II III make connectIOn nt J.ell·I~· i 0 t b
2 t 1!l5
mOVIe, "The Gunmaster."
portc with :'I1.V. Codroy Green' ell er s, .
oct26,28 :
~1:ort.lIved.
........ n.,,", ••
P.O, Box 571,
295 Water Street,
"I
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f
FOR IMMEDIATE DEliVERY
Chrml~'
Statutor,' Notl"cc
pc\'son~
N
Applican~~
on.e~car~
~Irn~ohrtal
U~II' 50,000 BIRCH JUNKS
tr~·.
Pari~
~,
.
d ORGAN SAIfS c,d SERVICE
TOPSAIL RO
Office and Showroom:
AD
'PHONE 4902A
Office, Showroom and Factory:
HARBOUR GRACE
'PHONE 265
sept7.lI't'ds.lf
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at'll'e~scS.
yeRr'~
VACANCIES
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~i',,'·"'o~·embcr.
New address: 4 HOLDSWORTH ST.
\
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P,," . " th"
.. 'h, G,,,M. 10" ., Tuboy. p.,,",
i'" th' ,.., ...
'h' '''" . p,i"l. d" ....d.
crowned hcads
An persons who have any
"d,,, hot \ mets
,i among tile,,,,,,,,Uoo.'
,," ."i"""
,b.
''''PO ,,'
L. CHAFE, Tailor
i
Statutorv Notl"Ce
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THE TWO·WAY \
STORES
l
WILL ITS ELEGANT Cl'STOMERS dined on elegant. cuisine, Care de Paris provided them wltb
, ............
th'
iliII3
lUll
F~~~~~~D~A~T~~T. \1
I STEERS~'
I, ROSETTI HARGROVI!
NIA StaH Corr"pDndtnt
PARIS (lI:EAI-Therc', a Care
'-,-d
RICKEY'S TAXI' leaving Ter·
renceville Wednesdays, 51.
.John's on Thursdays. Connect·
Ing with mail boat Contact
Mr. Hickey at Tprrenccville
or dial 4210·F at St. John's .
sep7.1m
Get Ready tor Winter
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OUT OF RESPECT TO THE
MEMORY OF THE LATE
BIG SENSATION
Crystal Palace To-Night
AT
,
Jerry Marshall
AND
Stanley Dean
8roadway's most popular
Singing and Dancing
Comedians.
Qu..n·s M.n Orchestra.
Hot and Cold Meeds
For reser'fatlons
DIAL 7240 before 5 p.m.
WANTED
A BOOKKEEPER-CASHIER
23.28 years. Slngl.. Experienced preferred. Also
Mrs. WILLIAM CURRAN
Fr••hold Lind and two storlY
Dw•.lllni No. 244 Hamilton Av••
OF HOLYROOD
Today, Wednesday
THE PARK -VIEW TAVERN
at 12.00 o'clock noon.
BIGGER BINGO
II
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WILL BE CLOSED TO·DAY
FROM 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M.
ATTRACTIVE PRIZES AND
Dwelling Is built on concrete
. foundation and contains living
room. dining room. kitchen. 3
bedrooms. sun room and bath·
\ room, and ha~ large garden at \
lI'ear.
This Is the 'house yau have been
waiting for. Is situated In Ideal
locality, and In close proximity to
churches, schools and business. ,
\ Possession olle week from date
i of sale.
I Joseph
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8:30 P.M. SHARP
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Fitzgibbon,
Auctlon .. r
$450.00
AUCTION
56 NUMBERS
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
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Don't forget the Door Prill of
It the ,..Id.nc. of
MRS. ANDREW GOOBIE,
244 Hamilton Ave,
on
'$50.00
Friday, Oct. 28.th.
Lucky winner getl $25.00 extra
if prelent at drawing.
at 1030 I.m.
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TO.NIGHT - WEDNESDAY
ADDITIONAL
.,
$100.00 PRIZE
,
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Free Tickets distributed on door
between opening and 9:30Dr(lwing 10 p.m.
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LAST NIGHT'S WINNER
MRS. ERN ROWE, St. John's
Extra! Extra!
Living Room:-1 velour cowr·
2 FOR 5 WHEEL
ed 3 piece chelterfield lulte, 1
carpet, 1 black hearth rug. 1 amall
Apply
table, 4 flower stands. 1 foot
stool. 1 set braSS fire Irons, 1
L45T NIGHT'S DOOR PRIZE
mirror, 1 brass coal box, 1 fire
Icreen, lot pictures, lot orna·
MISS GRACE BOUTILIER, Vocalist, currently appearing
UNCLAIMED-No. 42874
TO.NIGHT'S SPECIAL
ments. curtains and drapes, 1
al the Old Colony Club, has been making a hit with her
floor lamp.
Dining Room:-l carpet, 1 oak i
renditions of the latest tunes, ballads and popular
extension table. 6 oak dlnhig
Newfoundland songs.
chairs, 1 sideboard, 1 small table,
1 comblnatlon book-case and desk,
Miss Boulilier can be heard each Wednesday,
1 plush table cover. 108 day clock,
lot glassware, rrockery and cut·
Friday and Saturday evening at the Club. For table
lery. 1 electric table lamp, lover
reservations 'Phone 5786.
mantle, 1 Stromberg Carlson
radio, curtains and drapes. 1
HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN WIN:smoker. chair.
Door Prize .... - .................................................. $ 75.00
Hal'.:-l 01; heater. i hall stand.
Sun R,om:- rangette, .....1
Special Door Prize ................................. ··· ............ $100.00
davenporte. 1 oak rocker. 1 oak
Door Bank Final Night at least... ......................... $150.00
arm chair, 1 oak table, 1 radiO,
1 small table, curtains and drapes.
.
No, 1 Btdroom:-l double bed·
stead spring and mattrellS, 3 bed·
DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME FOR $1.50.
Total ., ................
$325.00
room chairs. 1 small table. 1 hlg1J
boy. 1 vanity, I work box, \\'!l0l
MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st-BEFORE 6 P.M.
blanket., qullts. sheets etc.,
Each $25.00 Door Prile not claimed will be added to Bank
for work with crippled children at the Sunshine
drapes and curtains.
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FROM V.O.W.R.
No. 2 Btdroom:~1 brass double
on Final Night.
Camp. Teaching experience ..lIntlal.
bedstead aprlng and mattress, 1
ORDER EARLY-DIAL 4804H-6979H-58S1
feather bed, 1 vanity; 1 high boy,
oct26,II(TelJi)
2 chairs, curtains. blankets, qullts,
.\pply to
sheets etc.
IAN G. KING,
. Kltchenl-l Duo Therm oil i
DOORS OPEN 6:30
range. 1 kitchen table, 1 wood I
BONAVENTURE AVENUE .
fXlCutive Secretary
Ice box, 1 scales, clothes dryer
lot kitchen utensils etc.
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P.O. lox 25
Dia 4065
N.B. Goods to bt plld for Ind • •
ocUS.28,U
tlken dtllvlry of Imm.dlately
Wanted
To Let
after '11 ••
([vtQ JlIJ
WANTEC-A
gil'.
to
com.
by
.~
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TO LET-Ont bedroom nlct for
day for general 'housework In
working woman or girl wlt'h
(Under the Distinguished Pahv;;age of His Honour the
Auctlonttr.
modern
homp.
Apply
16
Glen·
TO-NIGHT
or
without
board.
Apply
15
Lieutenant
Gc\'ernor, Sir Leonard Oulerbrldlle, Kt., C.B.E.,
oct26,28
ridge Crescent or Phone
DIAL: 2006.
Calver Avenue or phone
Club open 9 o'clock.
D.S.O., and Lady Outerbridge)
5412.F
for
appointment.
4M9·L.
"Rhythm Kln,'s .
firearm •• pistols
TO LET-A B.lf.contaln.d flit WANTED-Old
Quartette" with
and
revolvers.
Flintlock
or
In
central
location
consisting
Grace Boutilier.
TENDERS art invlt.d for the purchase of CI 2 storey
percussion cap shoulder armsof two large rooms nnd one
Vocalist.
Flintlock only. Kindly give
Dwelling Hous. and separate store (approx. 30 x .«»)
other room suitable for IItor·
full
particulars,
condition,
Cuver
SOc
age. hot and cold water.
makers
name,
and
any
other
situate at Hart Bay, B.B., together with 4 acres of ICind.
Rooms suitable for couple.
markings. Quote price In firs!
rent $40.00. Apply Box 60
letter. F. G. Kennedv. Char·
These pr.m1ses are In .xcellent condition Clnd form
clo Dally News.
lottetown, R.R. No.1, P.E.I.
oct22.wed.sat.tf
a desirable busln•• pr.mlses.
Far Sale
Pl'elimillUl'Y
U.S.O. BUILDING, MERRYMEETING ROAD,·
To
Rent
For full particulars apply to the undersigned.
FOR SALE-l951 two ton
G.M.C. stake body .dump TO RENT-On. furnished b.d·
Notice
truck also 1950 II.! ton stud.
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NATHANIEL S. NOEL, Sol/citor,
room
In
a
heated
home.
Chur·
pick uP. also used auto parts
chill Park area. Breakfast If
St. John'" Nfld.
motor. transmission. radiator,
desired.
~Ing 2586·F.
POP!! Building
starting motors, generators.
ANNUAL
parts to fit Chev. Fords and TO f{ENT..!Thrtt furnished
Tickets $3.00 Doubr.
Stud, Harding! Gas Station.
Dress Formttl
rooms. hot water and electric
Springdale SI.
oct26,27
range In kllt·hen. Use of
bathroom. Near Rawlins'
of Gower St.
Music supplied by the Queen'. Men
Cross. Base approved. Please
Inlurance
·apply Box 2. c/o Daily News
Woman's Associalion
IN THE MATTER OF THE BANKRUPT ESTATE OF
Office.
oct26,27
ASK FOR MY BROAD aU·
MERCER AND GREEN, LIMITED, CLARENVILLE,
purpose Insurance. Fire In· TO RENT-In centrll busln.ss WEDNESDAY, Nov. 30th, '55
surance premium. now less
Tickets may be .0btC!ined from the following members
CITY OF S7. JOHN'S
location. spacious suite of offl·
NEWFOUNDLAND
than ever. Your property Is
ces
on
ground
floor.
comprls·
.of the Execulive Council:Peter Miskell, W. Gordon
worth protecllng. W. E. Cald·
Tenders art Invited for the property formerly occupied
ing lour rooms, plus two star·
well. Insurance Agent, 'Phone
u
Warren, H.Sharpe, H. Gill, I. Dyke, E. R. Piercey.
age rooms and bathroom.
2465. Address Temple Bund·
by Merc.r and Green, limited,. at Clarerwlll., and
Central
heating.
constant
hot
·Tickets will also be on sale at McMurdo's, Hotel Drug
Ing Duckworth St.. St. John's,
watcr. Separate entrance .. will be served in the Kirk
consisting of,
INSURANCE-Bowring Br,tho
Easily converted to suit Bny Hall, Queen's Road, by mem.· Store, Canadian Legion Offices and War Veterans Club
Wharf 200 feet by 30 feet with shed thereon 135
oct25,26
.r Limited Insurance Depart·
special need- but especially
ment-Fire. automobile. Mal'
feet by 25 f..t, warehoull and showroom 55 feet by
suitable for professional pur· bers of the Presbyterian West
lnll and all Casualty Une ..
poses. Parklng facilities.
40 fut, gas tank and pump In shed 35 feet by 15
ST. JCHN'S
Telep'hone 3131.
Available immediately. Dial End Ladies Aid on Thursday,
feet, and foundation and walls af the site of former
5676
for further particulars October 27th, from 10 a.m.
MUNICIPAL COUNCIL
Contlet STAN FOWLER, R"
and
appointment
to view.
store building, the whole comprising a desirable water·
nouf build In•• for Fire Autount iI noon. Admission, in·
oct25,26.28
mobile and Plate Glan Insul'
side pr.ml....
ance. Claims promptly lettl·
cluding coffee, SOc.
ed. 'Phone SSSl-P.O. Ball
Th. hlghllt or any tender not necessarily ac.cepted.
Venetian Blindl
83.
Partl•• Inter.sted can obtain further details from
Apply
Miscellaneoul
the underslgn.d,
. Tenders will be received up FURNISS WITHY INSUR· ONLY COMPLETE BLIND
Service. Manufacture. LaunANCI Department oUerlnl
Dated at St, John's this 24th day of October, 1955. to
Thursday,
dry Repair Work gU8ll'anteed. SKATES, SCISSORS, KNIVES,
insurance-AutoberNoon
10, of
1955,
for theNovem·
supply dependable
One day service. Free quota·
mobile. Fire, Burllary, PIBte
Saws, sharpened by precision
W. A. CRANE, Trustee.
of One Diesel Motor Grader. Glass, Tourist BaUBge.
tlons. Kelrneys Limited,
machinery. Open evenings.
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
Manufacturers. 4114 Water st.
TraDiportation. Travel Accl·
P. J. Hagerty. 53 Casey St.
P.O. Box(1~~5 or;:.~~'et, St. John'., Newloun~~t27
this machine Is to be de- dent. Liability. Phone 2073.
TELEPHONE 4131
P.O. BOX 984
BAVE YOUR CHROME CHAIRS
====~;;;;;~;;;~==========llIvered In St. John's with all ROBERT DAWE , SON, Flrl
r~alred
now.
Plas~ic
or
Leath·
Barber Shop
charges and taxes paid, and and Automobile Insurance.
erette. Speedy service. 'Phone
Frank 6723·A or call at 24
must conform ta the speclfic~. Be sale. be lUre. Inaure. Tele- TH! CENTRAL BARBER
Barter's m.
act4.1m
SHOP-Fast efficient sani·
phone 2882, P.O. Bot 85
tlons obtainable at the oHice Royal Bank Chllmbera. st.
tary lervlce. All modern
equipment. five barbers. The CASH PAID FOR CHILDREN'S
John's.
of the City Engineer.
coats. footwear. bedclothes,
least possible waiting, 24 New
Tenders sha II be address- CONTACT A. Ii. HIC:KMAN
comics. pocket books, unwant·
Gower Street. opp. Adelaide
AT 63 LeMARCHANT ROAD
Ltd. Inwrance Agents.
ed goods of all kinds. John D.
Motors Ltd.
my4.1m
ed .to the undersigned and Co.
'Phones 4132-3+11-6 P.O.B.
Snow t 9 New Gower St.
must be marked "Tender for &84. for your lJiauranee re2nd floor self .contained, heated apartment,
oct18;lmth.
quirements.
Musical Instrument.
Diesel Motor Grader""
ALL WOOL MATTR'!SSES are
. unfurnished, suitable for 2 adults.
FIRi INSUR·
picked, re-covered: springs
The lowest or any tender DEPINDABLE
GIBSON
GUITARS
HOln.r
ANCI-Don'! rlak your Yaluday beds rewired; Inner
Rent $125.00 a month
able. to ....veil • few deman. . .Button Stop' Accordeons Ind
not necessarily accepted •.
spnn!!
mattresses recondition·
Harmonicas. RIchmond SaxoOUf
falr·rate!
HlIable
policy
ed.
Write.
Phone
3891.
wire
phones. Boosey Clarlnets.E•. B. FORAN,
'Hives Immealat" Di'olection.
H. J. Keats. 16 Mount Royal
'PHONE 2736
Charln Hutton & Sons. P.O.
Phone 8921 or write J. J.
City Clerk.
Avenua.
reb3.eod.t!.
Lacey. P.O. Box liD!. repl,tl
CLERK with grad••11V.n for Labrador post.
CHIC·KEN
HUDSON BAY COMPANY
The Sunshi·ne Camp
Association
$ $ You Ca·n Win Hundreds $$
"LETS TALK TURKEY"
Requires
TEACHER
1500 TURKEY TEAS
,.,~
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TENDERS INVITED
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Annual
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Armistice .Ball
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Thursday, Nov. 10th
TEA and SALE.
FOR SALE BY TENDER
Mornine- Coffee.
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TENDERS
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STENOGRAPHER
A. E.Hickman CO. Ltd.
FOR RENT
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.THE DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 26, 1951
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.Rotary Meeting
Hay, Oats, Straw, etc., etc.
SHAW
STREET'
The St. John's Rotary Club were
privileged to have as their guest
,
sp~aker last Thursda)', Mr. AI.
MATERIALS
Vardy, Director of Tourist De·
DIVISION
velopment.
LIMITED
Mr. Vardy . was introduced by
No. 1 GOOD BRIGHT HAY (smail Bales)
Mr. Ern Clouston who paid tribute
HEADQUARTERS FOR:
WHITE OATS, No. 1 Feed (3 Bushel Sacks)
to Mr. Vardy's great Interest in
the
Rotary
Club
and
the
help
TENITEST
GOOD BRIGHT CLEAN' STRAW
which he has always given, i
f
i
CORN MEAL, BRAN, CORN, MIDDLINGS, Etc,
MASONITE
eape.dally In activities such as the I Arctic Submarine
R~dlo Auction.
' .
FIBRPlY
Mr. Vardy, In opening his ad·
Alasta" Mars ............. 2.75,
. Also
NUFAPLY
dress,' pointed out that many. peo· Down in' The Drink
pIe feel that wl~h tourist develop·
Ralph Barker .... ....... 2.50 ,
FIBERGLAS
"COMPtETE
LINE PIONEER PROFIT PROVEN FEEDS';
ment all that IS necessary Is to
b ' • bl
i
,
ARBORITE'
IPI·ite visitors to come and they I The A omana e
,
I will flock to Newfoundland. This Snowman Adventure
INSUl·SIDING
GET OUR 'QUOT ATlONS
••• are nL ere to make these 'modern
I Is obviously most incorrect and, In
d
2 75
lact a great deal of Intensive a·d.
Ralph Izzor ............ . .
KENMORE BOARD
!
I'erllsing
must
be
done.
The
Tour·
Commando
Extraordinary
ATLANTIC GYPSUM
home improvements.
, lst Development Board i~ now pre·
Charles Foley ... ........ 3.00
BARCLAY TILEBOARD
paring the ground work for the L d f h C t d L'
'
time when Newfoundland will be an 0 t e r e s e
Ion.
CHROMEDGE ALUMNUM
In a position to caler to lourists on
Ethel Monnin .......... 3.25·
MOULDINGS
a large scale.
' . T.R.H. Prince Charles
Mr. Vardy said that Ufe TourIst I
•
Developmen.t Board Ilas, amongst Iand Prancess Anne
many tasks, a particularly Import·
Lady Peacock ............ 1.5.0
IF • • •
ant one which Is t~ break down The Parables of Jesus
QUEEN STREEI
you own your
'PHONES 5143 • 5144
the many erroneous Impressions of
Newgoundland
and
to
get
across
Joachim
Jeremias
.......
2.75
hom. WI can help
to prospective visitors sometlling The Fall of The Sparrow
you in financing
Spracklin, Alee, 50 Smith Ave.,
about the Island-Its literature, Its
N' I B I h'
.250'
culture, as well as adve-tlslng the
Ige
a c In.'' . ........ \
2nd.
.
.
malor home improvemany attractions such as boating, Scales of JustIce
PiltmaD, Wm., Quidi Vldi, 3rd.
ment•••• no money
Barnes, Mrs. Fred, Quidi Vidi,
hunting and fishing. With this
Ngaia Morsh .............. 2.00
3rd.
end
In
view,
tile
~oard
is
bu~y
Th
Usurpers
0
0
,
down and up to 3
Roberts, E. R. 13 Dooiing St., First silent·lunning !now Ini
preparing a film library of pIC.
e
.
2nd.
ice tire that is luble~' j, heing I~
tures showing the many aUrae·
Czes/ar Mllosz ........... 2.00
(Continued from page 13)
years to pay.
Noseworthy,
Mrs.
Janice,
Pouch
trouduced this :1I011lh ncross Can.
\. tlons of Newfoundland. He drew The Actor
! Wheeler, Edwin, 10 Whiteway
Cove
lst.
,ada
by de~lers and stores of Thl
COME IN AND
. i special attention to a n~w colour I N'
Butch
.
3 50 I Place 10th.
Sq~ires, Douglas, Long Pond i Firestone TIr~ &. nuhiler CO:1\.
! film called "Sailing Ncwfoundl~nd I
Ivehn
• ..I.... · ........ 'I Muilin!, Rita, 44 Blackmmh
Road 2nd.
I pany of Canaa3 LId. It will pr~
'Wat~rs" wlliell has been partleu· Jonat an Eag e
. Road lst.
TALK IT OVER
1
Ba;rett,
Bernard,
333
Hamilton
iI'ide m.otorists Ilith incrr<lcd lIin! larly wcll received on the .main. \ Alexander Laing :...... 4.95 \ AI;warn. Patricia, 61 Pleasant
Avcnue,
12th.
Iter drll'ing safety ~nd \lill ru~
land. At prc.s~rt, the' Board IS not 1Bell's Landing
. Street, hI.
Dawc, Ralph, 115 Newtown Road, ~ smoothly on. dl)' Jla\~ll1el1t!. T:',
actually
,"1'lhn/:
toumts
to
romr
i
Kennrdy,
Gerarrl,
78
Barter's
Also
2ntl.
!uI.llquc tre~d de5i~1l of the nt.
to ~ell'foundland bccause thc faeil· I Gerald Worner Brace 4.50 Hill. 13th.
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RaI'mond
14
Golf
Ave.
'FIrestone
tIme I·irtualh· climal.!1
IN STOCK
H01 l.,.
ilies are not )et here. Howel'er, i Red Sky at Midnight
Taylor, ,Jame5, 11 Plank Road,
fl.
1st.
,tire wh'IDC common to mo~t ~t·
: next year it is planned to put ~n \ R b
F M' . h
395 41h.
ROOF COATING
'Information Officer on thc "WII·
0 • ert• .M Ims. ......
d Ro
Id
S .
Sheppar,
an , 40 G'lh
I ert Noscworth,' Carmon 15 Smith iher winter tiw;. 'rhe Ilr.w '[O'jD
Avenue 7th"
,
Iand Counlry tubele5s lire al!O in
PLASTIC CEMENT
Ham Carson" when she is operat· M arlone
ornlng tar
Street, ht.
King: cyril, 4 Warhury St., 1st. ava.ilabl~ with either black or
I ing between North Sydney an.d
Herman
Wouk
............
5.75
Stackwood,
Clayton,
233
Soutll·
LlNO CEMENT
Bishop, Wm., 155 Prowse Ave., wlllte sIdewalls.. .
Port aux Basquc5. The duty of ~hls
side Road, 1st.
. Because tile tIre n Itlhcl!\!s, it
I· officer will be to Inform tourIsts
BAG CEMENT
(0~
Andrews, Ralph, 71 Pennywell 1st.
Smith,
Alex,
15
Smith
Ave.,
6th.
~rovldes great!'r protection agl.
what they wili find .In Newfoun~.
~'
Road, 7tll.
NAILS
land so that· they WIll start theIr .. OJ·
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Day. Ralph, 13 Cornwall Hgts., Way, Jesse, 8 Pennywell Road, IDSt ~unetu.rcs and hlol';?IIIS thln
3d
do Ilres WIth tube~. r.llmmat:on
· visit to tile Island under the best ~djll,J(.j!lml¥'., 4th.
LOUVERS
r
Andrews,
Heber,
68
Cashin
Ave.,
of the inner. tuLe .abo results In
· possible circumstances.
O'Drlscoll, Ronald, Bay Bulls,
1st.
a IIghter·welgnt tire PII~ wheel
SHEATHING
I The Tourist Development Loan
THE BOOKSELLERS
13th.
Board Ilas al!,eady loaned out five
'Phone 3191 • 4425
Murplly, Brien, 12 Walsh'~ Sq., Noel, Fred G., 1 Golf Ave., 1st. ,assembly to gh'e a mor~ comfort·
INSULATION
Andrews, Clifford, 85 Grenfell Iable ride and longer time ml:~
to six Ilundred thousand dollars to
3rd.
PEG BOARD
A
I'enue,
2nd.
\' a g e . .
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motel and tourist cabin operators workshop and sewing scissors.
Oldford, Hubert, 55 Bennett
Laskey.
Thomas,
8~
Grenfell
The
new
lire
has
a
lon~·\\'eal.q
wllo matched dollar for dollar, and, Tllen her Ilusband, an oral den· Avenue, 2nd.
GARAGE DOORS
,non·skld tread WIth cxcclle:t ,r:;·
1t
In fact, In many instances put up tal surgeon, came to her ald.
Ivany, Allan, 65 Grenfell Ave., Avenue,s.
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UNDERLAY
Howse,
Boyce,
14
Golf
Ave.,
lsI.
; pmg ac Ion 111 oo,e a1:~' Imd·
more than fifty percent. To date
Because the tin can flower· I 1st.
.
snow, .'n Icc and 111 1I1~.d.
there Is at least a million to a making needed precision lools, Dr., Spracklin, Don, Charle}own, B.B. Lovelace , Wm., 223 Pennywell'I packed
HARDWARE
Hundreds of cro,,~ gl'''''I'C; :11 Irl
million and a Ilalf dollars already Roy Bier brought his wife dental' 1st.
Road, 3rd. Ches 7 Salisbury St.,',!rea d'b
'd Id ~ /' "'1
r1 s prol'; e. a( eu lC~I~.·
CAULKING COMPOUND
Invested in real estale for the scissors and pliers.
\ Winsor, Jolln, 34 Sulva St., 4th. 2 LeGrow
d
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~Ity an closer contact to 11:~ m,d
tourist trade.
On the sug~estion of another Collins, Graham, Blackhead Rd.,
SHEATHING PAPER
n}r'owse Bax ter 199 Em'r
Aue
:
surface. assuril'g maxilll:l:n tllC'
PI e ,., ..
Mr. Vardy said that he was very dentist Mr~. Bier had her husband 3rd.
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,tlon for saf.e slops and ,1 ;w.
\ disappointed that not enough at· bring ilOme some dental powder i Fry, Albert, 61 Grenfell Avenue, 11th.
Wicks Howard 1 Cashin Ave.,! The ~pec)al tread dc<:,n ~1<l)
tenllon IlBS been given to our his· which she spreads over the lin to: 1st.
lit."
: has hUll~rr.d: of . ""g\l!,,r [~'!I
tory, espccially to Cabot's ~isCOV'1 give it Coalport·like finish.
; Pillman. John. Quidi Vidi, 3rd.
A'
"rd
·Ihat rt'Slst s'rlc·sklorhn~ ,nd ~.
·
• h
cry of Newfoundland. In thIS con· '" think it's a crazy idea but it's Lambe, Douglas, Blackhead Rd., BCS,t J ilme~ 1 Cas hIn 'C. U . :
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C'
SIre
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,sure stop~ \\':t out ~\\Cr\'C5 "
St ar k es, \\ a cr,
alro
e, k'd
nection, he paid tribute 10 the; prell),," shc 5<1id, spreading her 2nd.
33 d
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Newfoundland Association of Mon· I handiwork ~cntly across thc lable., Rim!, Frank, Quidi Vioi, lsI.
~~se\l'(>TthY,
Berl
ISR
Empire
i
A
conlinuou~
trfad
rjr'l,n I,r·
treal who combined with the
MAIII FROM NAILS
i Snmmers, Mr~. Florence, R6
,
!med by the mlp.rlncklll~ l!ra~
[Italian portion of lhe population The sIems of the flowers Rre: Bond Street. 5th.
Avenue, 6th.
, bars
gives the TOWIl & Cctlntl')'
i in celebrating
John Cabot Day made Irom ordinary nails-shorl, I Hartery, John, 4 Gower Sireet, Laite, Wilfred, 112 SI. Clare I1I quietne~~
a11l\ ~oolhll~!! 01011i last June and persuaded the City long, bent and straight. The sta· l,st.
Avenue, 4th.
K't h
eration and e!imillatc~ th~ lirbl'
of Montreal to rhange Atwaler mens. pistils, petals and leaves I Dich, ~'rank, 25 Bond St., 3rd. Andrews, Clyde, 30 ) C ener tion, rumble, and whinf com11'CB
Square 10 Cabot Square. In this may have come from some worn· Penney, Weston, 25 Bond Sireel, Avenue, 2nd.
I
'~
d 104 Fresh. In some winter tires. T It "I "
BIac kmore, W'lfr
Ie,
'flat tread als') pr()\'iM~ Ion,!!
I ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~. sQ.uare there is H slatue of John out tomato juice can.
1st.
I~
Cah.ol. Mr. Vardy ~ald that he
The ollistandin~ p~rl of Ihe
COQne)" Wm., 32 Casry street, water Road, 1st.
"
mileage Ulan other wlnter·lm
signed
articles
contributed
by
the
would
like
to
see
a
huge
slatue
at
hobby
is
the
paintin~
o(
the
flow·
52nd.
I or~al1ilation (or Spa~tic Children,
Andrews, Dr. C. W., II James tires.
o( which Stapleton him5ell is a ohjeets of this organized adula· Cape Bonavlsta, marking the fam· rrs. Mrs. Bier, who comes from a Williams, Miss Evelyn, 12 Cal· Lane, 1st.
A rubhpr curh lIuarri llrotccll
tion, and photograplls of lis idols, ous landfall of Cahot-a statue so [amily of artists and who Is a pro· ver Avenuc, 1st.
committee member.
tile wllite sidewalls o{ Town Ind
Crocker, Randolph, 37 Banner·
Miss Blucstone, who i~ an ardent printed from negatives kindly large that it would be a land mark ficient artist herself, takes ~reat
Country tires from ,euffinl.
for everyone to see.
pain and pride in her painting.
man Street, 2nd.
supporter of Stapleton, the "gold· loaned by tile BBC.
Power, Miss Marion, 75 Nell"
CO~IMON 1I1EASURE
--.--.. - - - - en·halred boy of Show Business," There will also be a monthly Mr. Vardy felt that Illstorical "I paint from Nature," she said.
societies
and
other
groups
should.
"The
color
blends
on
my
tin
flow·
.town
Road,
1st.
On
the
Fahrenheit
thermometer
Hair
~)'e h~s been used I~~:
newsletter
and,
greatest
induce·
Fn elubs are legion amongst and the members 01 wllal she and
devote
more
of
tllelr
energies
to
ers
are
those
I
find
In
my
own
Jackman,
Clement,
7~
Newtown
with
freezing
point
at
32
degrees,
the
earliest
bme!~a:'!lel~ih~'
ment
of
all,
tickets
when
they
are
Ihe devoted followers 01 lIlm stars other fans consider to be the
Road. 1st.
the boiling point is 212.
common amo.~ .•~ .... :.:.:-crooners and other celebrities, greatest band In Britain today, avallable (or Show Band broad· making our history live for the garden." .
bul now one hal been started for says that the club will also ex· casts given before an audience. It people and that tllose who have
Mrs. Bier Ilas no intention of . ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ._ _ _ _- - - - - - - - - ,
a BBC proll1'amme, the Show Band. tend Its admiration to the Star' Is only tllree years since the BBC gone before may still sllare in tile making her Ilobb:' a full·tlme pro· E
The dub started at the Instigation gazers and other featured artists. Show Band was formed but It has sllaplng of Newfoundland's future. position.
The Cyril Stapleton and Show indeed a great following and It Is Mr. Vardy's talk was extremely - - - - - - - - - - of • )'ounl entlluslast called Ann
ENGAGEMENT
Band
Club, to give It Its lull title, hoped that a large number of lis well received by the Club Rnd it
Bluestone, and will be different
was
thoroughly
enjoyed
by
every·
devoted
admirers
will
join
the
fan
will
have
a
quarterly
magazine
from .11 others In that Its' funds
Mr. and l\lrs. William Viguers, :
,,'111 be almait entirely de\'oted to devoted to the band and its fea· club and so benefit spastic cllll· one.
Gould's Road, St. John's West, '
The following visiting Rotarians announce the engagement of
• lood eause, that of the Stars' tured artists with, It is hoped, dren.
were present: Ralph Loomer, thclr daughtcr, Lorraine. to WiI·
Windsor N.S.; Tom Croston, Mon· 110m C. Lane. son of 1\11'. and
treal; Edwin T. Morgan, Rockport, Mrs. Caleb Lane, Eastport, Bon·
Mass., U.S.A. Guests of members avlsta Bay.
were Professor Norman Brown,
I Harry W. Bell, Max j\ndrell.'s, C. WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT I
B. Neapole, Col. Alex Ross, Allan
DALY.CONNOR5 - At the
Kenty, T. A. Fishbourne.
Church of the Sacred Hcart,
Placentia, on Octobcr 22. illarg·
SOFT OR HARD - IN ALL SIZES
aret. dau!(hler of thc laIc Captain
Thomas and Mrs. Connors of St.
I
John's 10 Doctor Nicholas Daly,
Also
50n of Mr.•James and the late
Mrs. Daly of lIIidleton County
•
Cork, Irelan-t.
WINNIPEG (ep) - Mrs. Roy ------_.... ..
FUNERAL NOTICE
Bier laid out her precision·made
dental pliers and scissors and
Tile funeral of the late Chat'lea I
added lome dental powder. Then
will take place at 2.30 :
• ECONOMICAL
she brought out her tin cans.
. Hammond
p.m. today from his late residence.
This might sound like an un· 190 Merrymeeting Road by motor
GUARANTEED
usual combination, but for Mrs. hearse 'to St. Thomas's Church.
Bier the dental eQ.ulpment and tin
AUTOMATIC
caDa are tools and material for a
DEATH
Sizel from W' to 2"-with fiHingl.
fascinating hobby. .
COMPACT
The hobby started. by accident
AUSTIN - Passed away at "I
about six years ago, wilen' she p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 25th, William
CLEAN
dropped a flower knlck·knaek In Aus.tln in Ilis 85 year, leaving twv
brothers, Jame~ and Eric. Funer"
her .home and chipped It. She 2.15
·Thursday from his late resi
ATTRACTIVE
wanted to repair the broken orna· dence. 58 Calver Avenue by mOle:'
ment
and
as
.be
picked
It
up
slle
hearse.
In all liz.. from 2" to 6" .
..
tapped It with her finger.
COMPLETE. • •
DELICATE WORK
The "clink" slle·heard sounded
Plain and perforated - with fittings
WINTER AIR CONDITIONING
! just like tin, and that tiny clink ,
I stal'ted hcr on a hobhy whicll has'
CLEANS • • • HUMIDIFIES
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FROM STOCK
I since been displayed at gatherings :
BIG BLANKET
across Canada.
'
i
WARMS • • • DISTRIBUTES·
Now the cheerful, gl·ey·haired ,
SALE
'housewife b making her own ex· i
AUTOMATICALLY J
i tremely' natural·like flower knick· I
STARTS
i knacks and she has enoullh of them .
to twice cover the top of her din .
TO·DAY
Ing room table.
. ,
Of course, when she began her i
MACHIN~RY DEPARTMENT
botanical production In 1949 she '
had to go through a rough·edge!'
DIAL 4183
ST. JOHN'S
WATER ST.
experimental stage. In order It
\
shape Iler pi~my tin figures shl
used clumsy pliers from the cellar
F. M. O'LEARY
BUILDNG
7.QO p.m.,
1.15 p.I11.-Dr.
7.30
8.30 ...n.--''''"
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PLYWOODS'
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TILE BOARDS
FLOORING'
MOULDINGS
DOORS
WINDOWS
ROOFINGS
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Blood Bank
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Spastic t:hildren
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FOR CLEAN, WORK-FREE WARMTH
INSTAll THE NEW
'Copper and Brass Tubing &Pipe
1\
III
Copper &Brass Fittings &Valves
Polyethylene Flexible Plastic' Pipe
Tin Flowers,
Her Hobbv
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M~alRY \11
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For
Not
New York I.C.
Bowater Paper
justification for th
im'cstigate the
Sir Eric, head of
oorld's largest
nics, said he
anv cartel in the
nol bClicI'c the mallllli
"iolatcd any
The justice "~n,"11
Iru!t division
tllks with U.S. M\lL·,nlr.
II an elfort 10
price increase.
eompanies hal·r.
rrea;cs of $4 to ~J a
leared U.S.
~it.
PJ,AN PRICf:
Sir Eric has said
a Britisll company
American plants at
~[ilI, Newfoundland
Tenn., . will also r:,
,horUy. The amount
in~ of Ihe pruposed
n~1 revealed.
The Canadian
h~\'e announced .
Lawrence Pap~r l'
and Abitibi Power
Toronto ($5 a ton)
International Paper
The increase in
has produced cons
(rom' newspaper
!ton Williams.
the American
rr~ Association.
the increa~es will
papm with no (·hoi
adl'ertising ratcs a .
subscribers.
Rlacl{ie
Ritter Batt
Buffalo
BUFFALO. N.Y.
Identified as
12,
Was beaten
death Wednesday
Ities described
tie with Henry
pit at the Buffalo
No charge was
Polar Bear. lS.
trade. But
Abgot said
him as the
Abgott said
Indicated the
stemmed from
disPute between
bors. He said
Polar Bear on
July when the I
~e bars sr!larati
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