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12.15 p.m.-Bank of
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9.45 a.m.-Th. Dark God.
10.00 p.m.-Muskal Comody
, Theatre.
11.15 p.m.-lhls Is the
Story.
THE DAILY NEW·S
Vol. 62. No. 36
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ST.JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND,' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1955
(Price 5
AVAILABLE AT
Cenls~
Charles Hutton &, Sons
U.N.
Quits:Dip·lomatsTo
Solve
Formosa
Issue
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'Defend
Russian Plan
Is 'Condemned
Quemoy?
Knowles Repeats TAIPEI, F"moS~-'AP, Ied For Comp1e'te
B
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Medelea'I ExemptIon
,after
Income Tax:
SuccessivePOIvers
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.-AP.:...Rebuffed by Red
China anti Russia, the UN Security Council Monday
luspended indefinitely its public efforts to achieve
a cease·fire in Formosa strait. It left the next move
toO diplomatic manoeuvres here and in the capitals
of the major powers.
OTTAWA-CP-Stanley Knowles Monday put in hi~
annual bid that medical expenses be made deductible
"from the first dollar" in computing personal income
Woman D'
considering now a Mosc!)w plan to
octor
end the hostilltles by condemnlng
Illeged U.S. aggression against F ' d G ilt Of
oun II Y
China an or,dcrlng the F
• 1 American lorees rom ormosa.
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., chief I'M
d
11.,S. del1!gate, said the council has ,over S Dr er
The councU "oted 10 to 1 against
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The CCF member for Winnlpeg
North Centre described as grossly
unfair the present regulation which
permit- d-aductlon of medical ex,.
penses'only above three per 'cent
or total Income.
He won support for bls motion
from "''Ie Progressive Conservative
and Social Credit groups.
Mr. Knowles said there Is 1)0
limitation on deduotions for repairs
to busin-ass properties, machinery
and li,,;1Jing equipment.
But it was a different slory when
It came to repairs for the human
-BecaUse C1l the ,delay In estab·
lishment C1l 'a national health Jnsur·
ance plan, it was "all the more
imperative" that med.ical
eXpenses
Il,c made fully deductiu1.1e from the
first dollar.
It mIght cos t _th e ""overnment
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$30,000,000 or $3o,~,OO? but !hI"
money could be raised m a fairer
way.
BROADEN DEFINITION
Henry Murphy (L - Westmor·
land) suggested the definition of
medical expenses be' broadened
rather than the ilirC2·pero\:cnt floor
Ix: removed.
Rc.... E., G.. HanseU (S~-?IIac.
leOO) and Mrs. EUcn Fall'clough
(PC - Hamilton West) supported
Mr. Knowles.
William lknidiekson, parliament·
arr assistant to Finance !~Iplster
Harris. opposcd tile resolution be·
causa he said abolition of the floor
woold cost the government about
$50,000,000 in revenue, thus deny·
Ing the possibillty of tax cuts else·
where.
He said abolition ~f the floor
IVGuld not help Canadians who do
not earn enougb to pay income
tax.
Speculation rose Monday
over whether the Unit"ed
States would help defend
Matsu and Quemoy
President Chiang Kai-shek
declared the islands never
would be abandoned.
Tdhe hU, S. 7tIh IFI~etht'drWhlalchfcov.
ere t c peace u WI
aw rom
the Tachen islands north of For·,
mt·osa, was dreFturning to Pda~Olotshta.
Ions aroun ormosa an.., er
Far East bases.
Ther-:! was no confirmation here
of Peiplng radio's boast that Ilie
Com
m uTachens,
n i s t s Sunday
not concIuded lis consIII eration of DUNEDIN New Zealand (Reut·
ted" the
200 miles"liberanorth
l proposal by Sir Leslie lIIunro,
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New Zealand for a cease·fire In ers}-A Jury carly today found
Georgi' !\[alenkov (left) and Nikolai Jlulganln (right) are shown as Ibe~
the
01 ormosa.
blonde Dr Sel1"a
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Ittl..
WM considered
the troubled a're".
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" 'Wblttln,gham,
e a s k e t containing .tJlC body of, Jose! Stal In on Marc h III'. 1953,n
,. 0 f C
0 umns
a IIIoseow
. t d rlikely the
II J"11bo
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"In the s e circumstances, we 27, not guilty of murder of the
era on consls c 0 a sma an·,
would ha"e done th-a counclll anid doetor·lo... er she shot to death last
~ffe P~~~h!~m\!~~rb:c!~~~le~ ,
the cause of peace an injust ce f year
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th
b d d
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\l'e were to alloW discussion of the
TI;e jurors decided, that Dr.
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n~hing e~ v~,e~: w~safef,~~e an
so\'let item to becloud the Issues Whittingham had accidentally
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of the urgent matler at hand."
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BOAT CONCENTRATIONS
ADJOURNS WITIIOUT VOTE
killed Dr. Johl: W. aun ers, ,
There were more reports of
Sir Pierson' DiXon DC Britain, at a hospital party. The prose·
body.
CGmmunist bo a t concentrations
whose gONrnment has tnken the cutlon had all!!g.cd that she abort·
ay.'~ GREATEST ASSET
ntar the IIfatsus, off the coast 100
lead In consultations with Moscow cd a ehlld by him in a desperate
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He quoted Health 1I1inister Mar·
mil~s northwest of Formosa, but
for some arrangement ,to stop the bid to regaia his love.
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t.~ere was no indication of any in. '
fighting, said thai the Red c..'llnese The jurors rl'lurned aller seven
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tional asset is the health of Cana·
tent to invade. Such concentrations
rejecilon was not helpful. He sllg· hours of deliberations to an·
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dians. Surel)', he said, bumans
are usual.
gested the council adjourn while nounee a verltict ofman,slnugllt.
u'~e
should be gl\''!!n at least as much
President Chiang predicted at a
,.ovemmenl study l'le situation and er and to recilmmend fhat the
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consIderation 3J buildings, machin·
press conference, however, that oc·
consult.
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cupation of the Taehens would
this th~ council did after a judge e as en ent as poss c.
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~Ir. Knowles also said the defini.
make the Reds "mora adventur.
three·hour session amI without a During the six days of the trial.
tion of medical expenses lor in.
ous." His interpreter said Chiang'
"ole
the prosccutlull gnvc this story
come tax purposes is too narrow.
mennt the Communists would try
In'the council T.,F. Tslang, N:l.· DC the dram:! that led to the kill·
Many expenses associated Wi"''! ill·
to attack Formosa.
tlonaUst Chlne.se delegate, said Ing:
ness were nol d~ductible.
Peiping radi~ in a follow - up
Chou's'reply was "an Insult to the Dr. Whlttln~ham and Dr.
Mr. Knowles said the taxpayer
broadcast to its "liberation" an.'
Security COIIncll."
, Saunders became engaged In
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should receive Ule same deductions
nouncemcnt asserted Ilie National"I think it should be expurgated lIIay, 1953. The engagement was
on medical expenses as 011 char·
ist "abducted" Tachen civilians
lrbm tho records of the Unilcd Na· broken fOUl months laler when
itable donations.
"assisted by Am e ric a n armed,
tions," he a<krnl.
It..was cleal' th~t Dr Whittingham
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SAINT JOHN, N.B. (CP)-A for·
~~:en~I~~
~~~y n~~r~~~~v~gli~~
Tslang assailed Munro, wbo bad was not goll1l( to bear the child MONTI,REAL th(C!'}-hOIHoG Stras· L
PUL before the cOUDell last monUI
ser, wlose pa "' s erman J
r th pr v'neial
d th Co
.t
the problem of the hostilities in sbe had bee"! expecting.
IlOlIIeland ha~ been beset by many
NEW YORK _ AP _ A mer, manager 0
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the offshore b1ands between For· In' a letter to Dr. Saunders' obstacles, Is finding the C~nadlan
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VERY CLEAR
mosa and the ChInese maInland. motber, Mrs. Jo Saunders, she winter can b~ almost as powerful C.IOU1Illg salesman, scream- Monday was committed •to st~nd
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Chiang in answer to a question I
Tslang sald that Munro's "modcra· wrote that shl! had performed an as polillcs.
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ing and in tears, claimed ~,rial on a fraud. charge mvolv~ng
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declared: "As a mallcr of fact, "
tion" in ~xpresslng r e gr.:!1 at abortion on herself so she could Cllnndian Natio~al,Rallways, re., Monday that eight detectives unlal\'f~dlY makwg
concurrJ~g
ROME (Reuters) - Ships and whether Kinmen (Quzmoy) and
Chou's message was an attempl to start lift! "free and happy" She ported that. the train tile one·time It" d t b t h"
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In ma).mg false entms or omls·
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land parties pressed a search MOIl· lIfftsU, when tbcy arc attacked,
Iud the cOImcll from the world of dd d' "Whe l I had don~ It I Nazi bigwig boarded at Halifax l'le ,0 ea 1m m 0 condo sions In bank records." He elected MOSCOW (Reuters)-Nicolai day night for a Belgian airliner will .be jointly defended by tile
"hard fact" Into a "charming AI· fn ed'DIII dI'd t
t
• Saturday pl'obably would not reaell fassing the murder 'of co-e trial by jury and will appear be· Bulganin Ru"sia Ilew premier, missing since Sunday night with 29 United States and our government
Ice's wonderland"
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no wan me any here untll 1 a.m. EST instead !If A
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i ~rsons on board.
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ArkadY A So~lev, Soviet Unlon, more ••• I r~ally love Bill, but 8 p.m. Monday i1lg,!!t as 'earlier esii. nn arro.w.
n e o . e (ore c?untry court JU ge, eg na Monday night pledged that S?,V et United Slates and Italian planes ~is:°to ~c ~!n!m~~i;tsCi ea!d it i~
demanded ilie eouncll unseat the I ieel I could hit him for this .•." muted., The ,train was blo~ked by detectives, 15 adep,uty, 111· p. Kelrstea~ Feb. 22. , , . . aid for Comr.,unlst China will returned to !.beir bases after vainly also very clearly said in (Pr~s.
"KuOmlntang eli que." He said ' Thc defellce lawyer contended snow drifts near Mont Joll, Que., ·spector.
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Three ,witnesses,. all, provmclal be forthcoming whenever neces· scouring the region north 01 Rome Ident) Eisenhower's statement,"
~ would be JJO soluUon of the that the rifle had been fired nco for m~r~ than 24 hours. ,
"Crumbs .•. Sk 'u nk S••• dogs!" bank ofIlcials, .,testlfled. i?r the sary."
throughout the day. _But 1,000 hnd Washington. sources,Jlave said
emils unless Pelplng took, part In cldentally witl\ no Intentto kill. Stra&s"r, en route to \\ c~t Ger. Angelo Mot~lII branded the poJlce prosecution dUring the preliminary "We of the Soviet government :md sea s~archers carried out an that the Unifed States considers
the discussions.
The jud'se p;'omlsed to give full many after years of efforts to gel as he went free in $10,000 bund as hearing whlch concluded Monday. came here thIs evening to wish all - nIght hunt for the missbig Quemoy and l\!atsll important for
\"el"ht to the ju""'s' plea for 31 PRdsSPb°rt, has bet) en relPeatcldI Yide. n material witness in tlJe sex slay· The' charge arose from alleged you further slIecess, succeSl! In plane, whose pas.engers Included Formooa's defence as long as Red
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g I'nst those '''ho four Americans and beautiful Mar· Chl'na Insl·st· l't I'ntends to seize
leniency whcn the sentence Is Paradise N S whe
h )' 'd ".
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rans err ng 0 mODles amon;; an your rou es a a
"cella Mariana, 18, "Miss Itals
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passed Ftlday., '
sinc~ th; Se~~~d Wo~td w;r.l\e ,Pol.lce called him th:!r N°,h I ~~s. accounts without authoriza.tion. Ap· attempt to hinder your progress. 1953,"
Formosa.
Strasser worked closelY with Hit peel In thbeh~edb'bfl slal~mgTlhl end e proximately $40,000 was mvplved. "China knows it can look to us They concentrate,d 1beir search Sam'a observers in Taipei said
Ier In
. the early years of IllS
. flse
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was put e In ars ast
urs ay DcIaney IS
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~20 000
further questionin" Howe."r
ree on b'l
al 0f .",
. not onI
y f
or ·
Slmpathy but. for In the Viterbo area, where in· U. S. reluctance to make a firm
to pOWcr but fled for his life aftel' lh~ 21.year-old Morelli' denied il~
help. This hdp will be forth· h~bitants Sunday nlght reporl~d commitment on the two island
'By RAIG NICHOLSON
11 break In policy with the dictator. eren IQlcw the New York uni·
coming whenever necessary." bearing the roar of a plane and position may. be because of (actlcal
~. JOHN'S, Antigua (Reuters)He has r 7peatedly stated he ab· "'Cl'slty coe.d.
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The reception was given at then smelilng the odor of some· diIIlculties.
Pnncess Margaret arrived at this
h~rr~d !lIe Nazi state as ultimately Morelli was met by reporters as
:lIoseow's met~'c:pole Hotel and thing burnlng at about 8 p. m.
"rum. allil. alTOWToot" Caribbean
'if
developed by Hitler.
he walked out oI Bronx clll jnll.
was attended by 700 guests.
Meanwhile, an Italian Navy cor·
Island Monday on a royal barge
He previously had written a letter
lSI
vette circled off the Italian
which edged Into Ilie harbor be·
tu a newspaper claiming he was.
.By GEORGE KITCilEN
by a month a trip to Washington C02st south of Civita te~ecebi~
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LONDON
(Reulers)
Foreign
ill
tl!ird,degreed.
Asked
lIIonday
to
Canallian
Press
Staif
Writcr
b"
'Canadian
leaders
to
discuss
\o~I'hl
e,:.e
sig
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f
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non .ae s.
S'cretary Eden said Monday Na.
n,lme namcs, Morelli cried:
\VASHINGTON (CP)-Tue slatc tr·ade and other economic prob.
" as
"Bradt Bradt I'm sure Bradt
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might tell 11.'13 airliner's fate, Dr
'Ibe princess weanng a, tur· "
quoise straw ha't and a full-<;k1rted tionaUst Cliina "must" be repre·
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f t"'. ,: . department announced 1II 0 n d R,Y icms with Dulles and other Amerl· merely turn out to haVe been left
We have some special
bl sh t
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I h d 11 sented at any International confer·,
m sure c was one 0 .m.
ilia! . Stale Secretary Dulles II III can ofliclals.
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asueshe a~t ung d ~;~ ~ugd:co:a~e~ China at any International confer· OTI'AWA (CP)-Canada bought Deputy Inspector JO!1n J .. Bradt, visit ottawa :I!arch 17 to 19 fol' TRADE DISCUSSIONS
Y a passing s p.
weather this morning ror the
pier to be~Ieomed br the gov. cllce to setUe the Formosa prob· ,$586,558 worth of undressed fur f~~ r;~ b:ijt~~e ~~~d:~v:r~:t~:. three day,s of talk~ 'with Canadian On that visit, the Canadian del· The Belgian Sabena Su~r DC-6 Bucbans hockey feam. The
emor of the Leaward islands Sir lqm.
skIns' from Russia betwcen Nov.
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Id
t . government leader,.
eg'~(jon included External Affairs airliner dlsap~ared after sending
Kemeth Blackburne and Lady Edcn addressed the House of 1, 1953, and Nov. 30, 1954, the l'e~I'~ ( glit' a eb' :~ U:,cr,OI' ers.
Official sources hore said the Minister Pearson, Trade MInister a last, intelTllpted message-lilt is wind Is blolling from Ihe west,
Blackbume
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Commons s.iortly after Prime 1II1n· Ii'ado department said Monday.
eny emp a I a .
visit will be in the nature of a Howe and Finance lI!lnister Har· raining hard, but I think-." It re· and the temperature Is 15 de·
She cam~ to SI John's harbor isler Nehru of India told nOli'S' A return tabl~d in the Commons Bradt previously had denied that "goodwill" trip, rather (han a ris.
portad it was 60 mUes north of grees, whIch should make
on the royal yao.'ttBritannla. after paper men In Paris he thoug,nt fOI' Maj.·Gen. G. R. Pearkr,s (PC- Dny of his deio~tives heat or specific journey to discuss a spe- Howe\,er, it was conced2d likely Rome and expected to land In 20
them feel as If they had ne\'er
a 3O().mlle cruise from Bridgetown, Russia's proposal for a 1,~naUon Esqulmalt • Saanicll) showcd the abused lI-IorelU.'
elCle problem. No agenda has yet that the trade and economic prob· minutes.
Barbados.
conference ,?D Formosa is a good skins included fOX, kollnsky, mink,
been drafted.
lems wonld get another going-over The !}lane was flying from 1Irus.- left IlOme. Altbough they were
'The sUD shone brlghUy as Prln. suggestion.
persIan lamb and squlrrel. The Miss' Yarrow was' .strangled, The brief state departmcnl an- during the visit C1l DulJes in Ottawa sels, via Rome and Nigeria, to
ce~s Margaret step~d into an
However, he too suggested Na· skins entcred ,duty free but t!Jere rnped and stabbc~ 37 times. Her nouneement manly said that DuI· along with other matters of com· Leopoldsville in the Belgian Congo. frozen out last nIght. However,
"townies" will be glad to know
open touring' car. Sitting und'(lr a tlooallst China should be rcpre. was no recor4 of Canadian pur. nearly:nude body II'~S found in an les will spend three days In ottawa man Interest to the two countries.
I h w ed d 11 d t sented. Any such conferenca, he
Ill·(umlshed, borro\\ed apartment as the guest of Governor·Genercl A state department spo~man
that the temperature will rise
~h!':rlng s £ag.a~a\'l~~ i~t!:ua a said, "obviously cannot exclude the four major ~?wers, Communist on the fringe oi'Greenwicb VJlJage. JlIOSSCY. He will stay at Govern- said that the visit basically woold
todIy. It will rise three de·
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nSf an), party' concerned."
Clllna an.d the Colombo power.."
ment House
be along the same lines as the
th
ga
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a
ong
the
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Foreign
Minister
:Mololov
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Pakistan
O~ylon
Burma
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goodl"I'1l
trips made to ottawa in A little Dirl was hit and knock.
grees
to reach a sweltering 18,
the port city to greet her
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Who 10 days ago proposed !.be con· an, nones a. t. wo
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be announced in due cQ(Jrs~," /J.'1e the past by President Eisenhower ed down, but not seriously injured
tbe Torbayman says. Ia call
So ,20 000
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ference to the British and Indian GeneralissimD C.lnang Kal·sl!ek s
announcement added.
and former state ~ecrctal7 Dean on Hamilton Street yesterday. you're inter4!sted, it will hi
n ~ rUy berop e a n e a envoys In Moscow, di,scussed the government.
It will be Dulles' first official A~?eson:
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Taken to hospital, it was 10und on
IUIlny today, bul don't make
rli s rin s ~ hooD.
h t question again Monday with P. N. ,French government sources said
visit to Canada.
It Will .~~ based pnm:u17 !In examination that ber injuries were
the r~~ e~~r~~sed ;:r~~h~ w:s Kaul, India's charga d'affaires' in In Paris Monday the proposal,
State department sources said the recognition of the comMOII In·'
.
t k
plans for an outing at TopsaJr
unable ~ visit Montserrat '
the Soviet capital.
IseemCthd u~Ukhl ely toNb e realllizcd un· IIORNEPAYNE Ont. (CP)-A there Is no particular significance terest and goodwill we hive with not lierJo~s and she was a en Beach.
Alltigua she said has a' history , No details were avaUablc but dip. i~SSlt d ~
nese ationa sis are dispute over Sunday commel'cial in tile fact that the visit follows Canada," the spokesman added.' home again.
"I
rioo' bl
' ted 'Ith
lomallc circles in !ltoscow said I. v C. "
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mpe a y con~ec, II
the FormOSA consultations were "pro- A lIfoscow radio commentator sport shaped up Monday In this
R!lyal Navy and W1Ut our great.:!sl ceedlng"
saId Monday that Formosa be· tiny norther'! Ontario commun·
;allor.'..1 Nelsonth• 1 SUPPDjSC there are !ltolo~v's plan called for a meet. longed to the Chinese maInland Ity, following. cancellation oC a
e~':t~~eSth at con ure up the lng outside the United Nations of governm~nt "b~{ore Colombus dis. hockey gilme Sunday.
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covered' America and long belore
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OTTAWA (CP)-Primc JlIinls~~r a~ one of the components of the de. had to be taken to'maintain a this is a wasting a~set and 1hat
vMdly than the English Harbor which We have as great a need there' was a United' States of Capreol .Tuvclliles travelled 300 St. Laurent said lIIonday he does telTen! effect of these weapons so proper balance in the maDner in peace must ultimately rest on a
which I, am, so muc~ looking ~r- tOeday, 'as ever before.'"
Am(lrlea."
, m i l e s ror tJie two.game, weekend ,not believe Canada can take on that any potential enemy would widell expenditure was made and bettcr and most lasting founda·
ward to seeing te>morrow morning. 'Nelson commanded EngUs.IJ lIar.· He added, that only those who series' and trlmmcd Hornepayne mlditional delence commitments at rl'alire that e...en a surprise attack that I did not think we were in a Uon."
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peopflethoCtAntidgual may well bar 178&87.
bave "lost all their senses" could Panthers 8.;; Saturday night. The this time.
would not make retaliation impos· position where we couJ.p lake, on ca~n1ard'aS7"aLantsuretonts!eeilthereat:tght!
be''The
proUd 0
a en ur ng monu· The princess atlended a gard~n have expected Communist Chin t
He was replying' to opposition sible.
additional commitments 'in r e g a r d "
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m'ant. It must certainly Inspire aU p~rty at Government House in the accept Now Zealand's call afo~ Sunday gome was cancelled as questious after' repoJiing to the "I added tllat our part in the to these, defences."
stopped in the Formosa straits aad
of us, and especially her children, afternoon, and din e d priVately United Nations talks on a Formosa the teams were warming up~
Commons 'on the Commonwealili e.tablis.lIment of such a 5ystem Mr. DieCenbaker saljl it had been then to se~k a political se1tlement ,
'l\ith that spirit of adventure or there Monday night.
eeese-fire.
• . "What kind of a dirty deal is prima ministers' conference in Lon. would place a heavy load on the scgge&ted Canada contribute forC(ls by negotiaiton.
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Canadian peoplei that a large to a strategic Commonwealtb reo "I should also like once more tD :
I Eli day earlier L.'!ls month. '
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The prime minIster said there Is part of Ilie financial burden wonld serVe of airborne troops and that emphasize Iliis: Canada bas' no
lIfartaJ, a' hlr.h school studir.lt. little he could add to What was be borne by too United states but Au~tralia and New Zealand had commitments of any kind farre·
Tbe game was stopped by town contained In the communique !S. that Canada must play her part. agred to giVe one dlvision<for servo sp~ct of the Formosa area exeept
Of o.urn:~"
on 'coin. sued by tbe prime mlnlsters atter "It was most important that iee outside their countries. He those which arise .oudt N
constable Don Hag "erty
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these things done on Canadian 5011 asked w!rnher Mr..st. Laurent had bership in ilia Urute
alions.
plaint of a' citizen" lIe, refused Hon. Earl Rowo, acting opposlt. br a joint operation and be dealt taken a stand against this on be· :-_ _ _~---_-_••
, to name. The citizen threatened IplI leader, said he was 6urprised with as stich. • • •
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The pl'1me minister said. ,
, prosecution under' the Lord's the prime minister's report was so STRESSES BALANCE
Day Act.
brief.
' ' ' I did SlY tIIat ~ fel~ ~iat both :' ••• I 00 not, re!"ember any·
,Then 'John Diefenbaker, foreign the Canadian and AmerICan, people ,thing that would lustily the ~te­
Mayor Blll Woodhouse look to affairs spokesman for the Conser· would wish to feel regardIng this ment that We took a stand agaJDst
the ice to. calm the' hooging v,lt!ves, asked about press reports essential part .of the s.W-o!ld and what was being done by otbe!'6.
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crowd. The law had to' tie ob,ey. of the conference which had reler· deterrent against war, that there COII[MrrMENTS WIDE
ed, he sa.1d. Otherwise, It meant red to a "more equltable'dlstribu· was a proper ,balance being main·
belle"e we have wider eam·
2-Buch.nl News.
!ion in defence efforts" among the talned between ~,at we were mltment& outsld.e our own COUJItry
a $50 fine.
4-HouSlWlvl. Seelion.
Commonwealth members.
doong .In Europe and what w~s and. more ,air and land' force s
Angry 'cltlz('ns Immediately WARNING NEEDED
being done on our own contln· stationed outside thl~ country, In
~Ott.wi Rlport.
started a peUtion designed to Mr. St. Laurent said he had told ~nt.....
proportion to population, than any
~"R.tarded Children"-"
brIng a ,!}lebl~elte, on the ques- ,the other prime ministers:.
"With reference to the assertion other of the Commonwealth
Idltorlal.
tlon. A protest meeting was ". ; • Develo)l.ments In thcrmonu· made that Canada was ,a wealthy ir?¢s .exc~pt, ~,maps ,the. United
planned Cor this weelc. ,The petl. clear weapons and in the mctllOO country, I pointed out there were ,Kingd~m Itsel1.
I-Womln'. Nlw'.
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lIontton would. need signatures oC, of delivery had I!!ought home to limits beyond 'whIch We could'not Earliar, in hl~ report on the eon:
'-Sport-St. Bon's-Suth-:·
us the need C1l prO'/lding a warn· go and I felt out people would sup- terence. the pnme mlnlster said.
,Ins gaml.
10 per' cent ilL voters 'before ,a Ing system on the, American con- port any government In carrying "WIiUe the superiority of the
plebiscite could be authorized. tiDent which ••. would have to what was 'conslde~d 11$ ~r Western world In nuclear weapons
I1-Comltl.
'ftII phito from Pravda of Ctic revIewing stand during the'1952 May Day
Councll IseXIJ{,cted to deal with bo largely on Canadian 'territory. share in, buj]d1n~, up these jomtnow 15 probably our most Import- , 12-Flri!nc.~.'
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Nlkolal BuJPDln wItchlag while the', thea Premier Josef 81aUn receives a kJlll' from a Moscow the question at Its next meeting "We felt that It was necessary defences.
' '. ant single deterrent against war,
lChoolJlrl Vera J[OIIdakOV. StalJD'. lu~e~r, Geotll Maleakov. loo~ oli' at rlPt. '
Mareh 8.
' to haVe that early wahtlng' system "But I .110 pointed out that eire neve;theiesl, We recognize that I.:..______-!"_ __
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deS5er bridge club fo~ 1955 took
place at the Staff House Saturday
a!ternoOli, Jan. 29. IIostesses were
Mesdames Carolyn Nelson, Aileen
MacDonald, Olive Dawe: and Tone
Evans. Aner refreshmcnts had
T.lI. SEALS SALE
gave their Grand Hpwl as I special been served and before. starting
The baby of today ha~ a fortun·
5.00-Junior JamlJoree. .
The Local Committee Chairman, goodbye and· entertained the the game, Mrs: O'Brien read a
ate
heritage of health. His par·
5.30-Aunt Anna's Storyhme.
W. H. :'tlaller, reports that the Guld(5 with songs before leaving leller from James Thorne, StaU
enls in their inff nCl were more
545-Supper Serenade.
Christmas Seals Sale Campaign the IIut through their magic tun· IIouse chef, in ivhlch he gratefully
6:00-Ncws aid Weather.
in danger of those major Ills that
TUESDAY, l1ebruary 15th
a.05-Supper Serenade.
which concluded in January show· nel.
acknowledged the Club's Christmas
orte.1 took the lives of babies and
6.25-Losl and Found.
ell a total contribution of $1,828.50
Brownie ceremonies also took gift of a beautUul clock, presented
A.M.
.
even more often left them with
6.40-1t·s a Queer Old World.
7.00-Wake
up
anr!
LIve.
made up as follows: Buehans Min· place in the 2nd Pack, which met to him in appreciation of the nlany
some impalrtment. There wasn't
6.45-News.
7.IO-NeIVs.
iIIg Co. $500; Knllhls of ColumbUS at the Girl Guide Hut at 6 p.m. for courtesies extcnded to the ladles
7.00-The Barrclrnan.
muvh .that mothers in lhose days
7.l5-Sacred .Heart Program.
7.15-Doctor Paut.
550: Buehana )dlners' Union S211: supper with their .Brown owl: Mrs. during the past year. Prizes [or
could do to protect Infants be·
7.30-News.
7.30-Bargain Hour.
7.45-Bob Lewis ~how.
:B.W.P. Union $25: Sprague & Hen· James Kennedy. At seven 0 clock IIrsL and second highest scores
cause there was then no popular
8.00-Colonial
Showtlme.
B.OO-News.
wood Inc. $15: Buehans Retail they were joined by the 2nd Guide. were won 'hy Mrs. O'Brien and Mrs.
method of prevcntlng diseases
8.I5-Report
from
Parliament
B.05-Bob Lewis Show.
Stores Ltd. $20; Community Mart Company. Before the Flying Up Swanson respectively, while the·
Hill.
like whooping cough, olphthier
B.30-News. •
B.30':"'Stutlcnts' Forum.
Ltd. $10.: E.V. Royal Stnres Ltd.. ceremony the Commlssiuner pres· consolation prize was awarded to
and tetanus. Today Immunization
B.35-Bob Lewis Show.
9.00-Frontier Town. .
SID: L.O.B.A. $5: L.O.A. $5:' ented Golden Bars to Mnrsaret lIlrs; R. Colyer.
D.oO-News.
Is a "must" for every child. Wrlet
n.30-Meet June Chrlshe.
9.05-Best
from
the
Wesl·
I.O.D.F. $5; Rebekah Lodge $5; Lyver, Joan Walsh, Angela Gor·
PERSONALS
to "Health Education Office", Dc·
D.45-News.
9.20-Birthday Party.
Canadian Lelion SlO; B.S. & A.C. man, Judy Guy and Margaret Tal"
Mr. and Mrs. James Collins 'and
1000-lIIusical
Comedy
Theatre.
pM.tment of Health, 5t. John's for
!l.30-Tudor .Princess.
1O:30-0ne Night Stand.
,10: Buchan. Mining Co. mo· lor. Then, while Brownies stood In their children, Katherine, Franklyn
the free pamphlet "To Parents
D.45-Women's News.
10.45-News.
itloyees $928: Crawley & MeCrack· a circle, and Guides In a horse· and Dermot, returned on Feb.' 3r~
IO.OO-News.
about Immunization".
n.co-sportscast.
.
100l-Pleasure Parade.
an employees $37.50: E. V. Royal shoe, the Commissioner pinned from' Corner Brook where they at·
11.15-This is the Story.
10'15-What's
on
my
Mind?
Stores employees $2B: Community Golden Hands and Wings on eIght tended the funeral services of Mrs ..
11.30-Fanlasy Bandst!!nd.
lO'30-Scottish Melbdics.
)brl employees $25: Bilchaus Re· Brownles-Kay.Walsh, Mary Eliza· Collins' father, the late James Yet·
12.00-News.
10:45-Memory Hit of the Day.
l2.0l-Fantasy Bandstand.
tail Stores employees $23: Sprague beth Maher, Gertrude ~Iaklnson, man.
10.50-"X" Marks the Spot.
l2.30-News.
Ie Henwood employees $21; Dept. S~irley Byrne, Helen O'Toole,
Lloyd Soper, son of Mr. and Mrs ..
11.00-News.
l2.35-Fantasy Band.stand.
n.Ol-Bili Ring Show.
ef Trans,!lort employees $11; Rev. Teresa Carroll, Madonna Carroll, T. A, Soper, returned Thursda)' ?
(NEA Telephoto)
1.00-Nell's in a IIImule and
1l.15-Song
Parade.
L. G. :Fitzgerald. Presentation Sis· and Madona St. Gcorge. After they from Winnipeg, Manitoba, where Vlce.Presldent Richard Ni"o~ (left) and Mrs, Nixon are greeted by 11 30-Thc Devil and the Lady.
Closcdown.
ters and teachers St. Teresa's flew up to the Guide Company he had been studying navigation Cuba's Vlee.President Rafael Guas Inelan upnn the arrival of the 1l:45-David's Children.
Academy $23; Buchanl Public they were received by their new with the R.C.A.F. Due to a sinus Nlxons at a mUitary airport oc,~slde Havana. The U.S, Vice· President P.M.
The woman whose conversai!on
Sehool staff $15: &undry cash $22. patrol lenders, Sheilagh Martin, condition Lloyd was obllsed to di!· Is on a ~500.mile tour desi:lncll to reinforce U.S. ties with Latin 12.00-News.
innriably
centers around HER
TUESDA
Y,
February
15th
12.05-Homebakcrs Quiz.
ANSUAL 1I1EETING LOCAL
Clara Moore and ;lIaric Head, and continue his training and has ac·
American naUons.
husband and HER childJ-~n is sure
12.l0-Hit
of
the
Day.
6.30-Sign On and Sundiat.
ASSOCIATION·
welcomed by the Guide Captain, copted employment In the mining _ _ _ _--:---::--;--;;-:-;C-;::----;:;;;-:;
to bore all Who know her. .
l2.l5-Bo~ Lewis ShoW.
B.30-Today's The Day.
The Buehans GIrl Guides Local Mrs. J, R. Flynn. The ceremony department of the Buchans Minlns who went to Placentia for the fun·
12.30-News.
8A5-Curt Masse),.
After all, the husband and fbI!·
12.35-Bob Lewis Show.
AssodJilon held its annual meet· closed with the sinGing of the Co., pending plans for his future eral services returned to Buchans
9.00-1t Happened Last Night.
dren others consider important and
1.00-News
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ills at the Lady Walwyn Hut on National Anthem. Special guests career.
last week.
9.50-Bob Hope.
interesting are their own.
1.OI-Boh Lewis Show.
'l\1(.-sday afternoon, Jan. 23, under were Mrs. W. H. Maher, Public Dr. N. Budllell, veterinary sur· Winston Carter, son of !IIr. and
U pS
lO.OO-CofIee Time.
1.05-Weather Forecast .
H.OO-Ronnie Kemper.
. the chairmanship of !.Irs. E, ?It. Relations Officer, and Mrs. P. F. geon o[ Corner Brook, paid a pro· Mrs. A. W. C~rter, who was rec~nt.
OTTAWA (CP) _ Outside the 1.I5-Blue Star News.
ll.l5-Behind the Story.
·llartin. Followinl: the presentation O'Brien, Secretary of the Local fesslonal visit to Buchans last Iy operated on at Buchans HospItal heated of[lcc the thermometer 1.30-News Digest.
n.aO-The D.B.
S.OO-Sports Forum.
1.40-Bargain
Hour.
'of annual reports; the election of Association.
week. He was neeompanled by Mrs., has now returned home.
showed 20 below zero. but Walker
l1.35-Fihber :I!eGee and Molly.
6.l5-Mareh of Event,.
1.45-Road
of
Life.
1l.45-Sercnade In Blue.
6.30-Shortwa\'c Magazine.
oUkers took place with Mrs. W. A.
Sr:lIPATItY l:XTENDED
Bud"eli and their four year old Misses Maisie Andrews, Marie BDwJ;'~r public relations officer
P.M.
7.00-AFRS News.
DJwe In the chair. The new of· News of the death of Mr. James son Ralph.
IIefford and Ruth power who visit· for the' federal district com mis- 2.00-News.
2.01-Pcrry Mason.
12.00-Pepperrell
Ju.ke
Box.
7.l5-Can You Top Thiar
fieers are: President, Mrs. R. Col· Yetman at Weslern Memorial Hos· Mrs. Lemuel Best of Buehans ed Grand Falls for Saturday's hoc· sion, was thinking of spring flow· 2.15-Young Dr. Malone.
l.OO-HilIbIllY Matmee.
7.30-My Friend Irma.
2.30-lled
Skelton.
yer; Vice President, Mrs. E, M. pltal on 'January 31st was received Junction who had bcen receiving key game returned to Buchans on ers.
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8.00-That's Rich.
30-S
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m1 cy urne..
B.30-1nl'ital1·on to LearnIng.
3.00-News.
:Martln; Secretary, Mrs. p, F. with deepest sorrow by a large medical treatment at Buehans IIos· Feb. 6th.
The snow was five feet d~ep a
1.45-Tennessec
Erme.
3.0l-Housewives· Club (prizes). I 2.00-Bud's Ban~wagon.
9.00-Liberty Theatre.
O'Brien; Assistant Secretary, .Mrs. circle of friends at Buchans. Mr. pHal returned home Monday.
Kenneth Dalton, son of Mr. and frost was thick on the wmdo:",s,
.
2.30-The Chorahers.
O.30-Hall of Fame,
. W. Higgins; Treasurer, Mrs. W. H. yetman came to the mining town W. Pryde, District Manager 'of Mrs. Cyril Dalton, was a patient but Bawker was dreaming of tubps, 4.00-Ncws
4.05-Spot the Stars.
lo.OO-News 01. the Day.
2.45-Instrumentally Yours.
4.15-Ranch Party,
Pike; Asst. Treasurer, Mr•. A. M. In 1931 where he was employed In Canadian Industries Ltd. at St. at the local hospital for a few days
300-VOUS Record Room.
10.I5-You and the World.
-Guy; Badge OffIcer, Mr!. A. A. the Company's Lucky Strike mine John's, recently paid a business last week arid returned home on he murmured dreamily. "We have 5.00-News.
S:OO-Martin
Block.
10.30-Dou~las !I[ th~ '~~rld.
5.0l-Ranch Party.
5.30-Basketball Roundup.
1l.OO-?l!US1C ~11I. ~1;,ln!;.~!."
· Andrews: Public Relations O[£icer, until 1945 when he and his family visit to Buehans where he was a Wednesday.
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a million tulips rea'dy to go into 5.15-Kidtlie
Carnival.
·Mrs. W, H. Maher; Camp Com'enor, moved to Corner Brook. During guest at the Staff House.
R. L. White, Manager of E. V. the ground, T.banks to the heavy 5.30-Record Shop .
~1~~S ~~\:s:.. __ .~~2:~~:-:~SIr,n ..0,_[.. .'~:'~ .,,' ". :::~m:_
. llrs. D. W. Whlte; ~elat Con· those 14 years his gentlemanly
Norman Cuff has returned to his Royal Stores Ltd., left for Gander snowfall tulips should be better G.OO-News.
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6.01-CJON Bulletin Board.
· venor. Mrs. C. E. Nelson; Cookie characteristics and christian qual· duties .at the Accounting Office of on Feb. 5th en route to Montreal than ev~r this' spring." .
D3), Convenor, Mrs. W. Higginsj lties earned for him a very warm the Buehans JIIlnlng Co., following on a buying trill for his firm.
.. As to crocuses, ther·~ will be a 6.l5-Sports Parade.
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Local Association Representath'e, place in the hearts of his as· 10 days' hospltlalzation at Buehans. Miss Rosc Marie ~Ioore, R.N., of vcritable carpet of them in p~ctty 6.25-Ncws.
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If 1 II I pastel shadcs ,around Ule Nation~1 6.30-Eddie Fisher.
. lirs. P. F. O'Br en.
soc a es. e 00 an ac vo pal' 10 !lliss Sylvia Greening, former y Bucllans Hospital sta
e
or War Memorial. Photographers WIll 6.45-Pat Dawlish.
fLYIXG UP CERDIONY
the affairs of St, Teresa's parish, of Buchans, arrlvcd from 1\Ioncton, Glacc Bay Insl week on a bric! enjoy the new varicty on L.'le cast 7.00-Ncws.
a.nd Marriage•
'._ At the Flyin, Up CeNmony of of which he was a staunch m~lIl' N.B., recently to I'isit friends and I ' l s i t . · ·
slOPe of the (Parliament Build. 7.0l-Courtship
7.I5-Second Sprmg.
. the l!t Buchan~ Brownie Fack, ber, and could be counted on to relatives at the mining town, Mil· Best wishes are extended to ings') east block."
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7.30-News.
Erownies Ruth Dawe and Lillian lend support in any parochi'11 cn· Icrtown .Junction and ~1ii1ertown. Miss lIlalllle Burry, daughter 01 He was silent a moment whIle 7.45-Thc Grey Gooli.
Kelloway rec!lvcd their (j()lden terprisc. The Yetman home at ~Irs. Neil Mcisaac is receil'lng ~Ir. and Mrs. Wilfred Burry,. and his thought, skipped ofi to fra· B.OO-News.
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.llands and Brownie Wlnc:s from Buchans \\'as one where friends Lhe sympathy of her friends on the Heber, son of Mr. and }'Irs. L. grant dijffodils. "Why do\~n at B.OI-Musical Panorama.
B.15-Voice of the Army.
the District Commissioner., lofrs. were always made lI'elcol11e, and reccnt death of her mother, Mrs. Rideout of Grand Falls, on their Rockcliffe roekery," he saId at 8.30-Keep
Talking,
Dlwe, and Brown Owl Maureen the same spirit of hospitality an!! J. D. :llacDonald. at St. Rita's Has. recent engagement.
last, .. \\'~ have three solid acrcs of 9.00-News.
O,O}-Strange Sea Stories.
Carroll sent the two Brow1tles up friendliness was maintained durin£: pital,'
N.S. Mrs. McIsaac, Congratulations arc als9 extend·
,to the 1st Guide Company.. They the past decade at Carner Brook. who spent the past three weeks at ed to Miss Pansy Uefford,·daugh· hlms~lf a second longer, he all J?ut 9.15-Dr. Kildare•
9.45-DOSCO News.
."'ere r~eived by. twa Patrol. Lead· To his sorrowing widow, and lIil Sydney, returned home, Feb~ 3. . ter of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth .Hef·
10.00-The Falcon.
e:'3. Violet Thorne and Loretta members of the flmlly, slncere,;t
Sympathy Is also extended to ford, and Richard, son of Mr. and erje~ wind, if \vintCI' comes
H.OO-National New•.
Yetn!!n, and taken to !>In A. 1IIul· sympathy In the los5 of a loving llrs. Albert Gregory on the death 1w\rs. Eugene Fogw!il of Miller·
"Can spring be far oohlnd?"
ll.15-l\Iovletown Theatre.
l1.45-Sports Parade•.
.lil!o. Clptam. who welcomed them husband and lather Is extended
of her father, Robert Patterson. lown, whose engagement was re·
No one stayed to answer.
l2.00-News.
.t-l' th~ Compan::. The Br!)ll'llies
The fin! Amlon of the ladles' :llrs. Gregory and her son Michael eenlly announced.
J2.0l-Houseparty,
12.30-News.
l2.35-Houscparty.
12.54-News.
1.00-Queen and Sign O_ff_._ _
Nixolts In Cuba
Buchans: News
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Mol'~ emphasis on mat..iemal;ics
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ACCEPTANCE
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and seienee and less on dancmg
TUESDAY, February 15th
and simllar· subjects in schools B.Oo::CsC News and W~­
was urged by Dr. Gordon M. D.I5-Musical Clock.
Shl'um In an addl'ess here..
9.oO-Morning Deyotio~s,
Dr. Shrum, head of ~Ie Umv~r- 9 I5-Programme PrevIew.
sity or British Colnmb1a phYS1C5 9:20-0n Parade.
department, saltl s h 0 r tag e of 9.30-~lelody Scrapbook.
trained personnel is llJ-a real oot~e- 10.00-Know Your Nfld.
neck in research for the produchon 10.l5-?liaud Ferguson.
ur atomic energy for peacetime 10.25-C~C News.
10.30-Trlple Treasure.
\l('e.
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" t 1 0 45-Breakfast Club.
"In RUSSia iliel'c S a umyers). y h'l5-Atlantie School Broadcast.
student lor 21'ery ~50. perso~s w~ll~ 11:30-Nfid. School Broadcast.
in Canada the ratio IS OIlC In 250, H.45-Sacred Heart Progrnm.
be saW.
.
l200-Announeers ChoIce.
More students would be reerllltcd I2'15-Dinner Bell Breakdown.
for unll'ersity training if schools 12:30-Farm Broadesst.
plnced more emphasis an the teach· 12.45-Aunt Lucy.
ing of mntllernaties and scienC'J. 1.00-Mid Day. S~renade.
Atomic en erg y provided the 1.15-Laura LimIted.
great.e5t promise to ta~e care of a Ut:~~~I:r~~rl:t1~. Weather,
growmg wo~ld population, he said. 2.00-Your Good NeIghbour.
It woutd mcr.ease the. 'Ycste:n 2.l5-Words and Music:
standard o[ lIvmg and aId 10 rals- 2.29-Dominion Time Signal.
Ing ~ standard In other parts of 2.30-Allantie School Broad~ast.
the world.
2.45-The Hnppy Gang.
3.l5-Klng Ganam Show.
3.30-Trans Canada Matinee.
4.30-CBC News.
4.35-Timely Tunes.
4.45-Ch!ldrcn's Story.
Is winter made miserable for 5.15-Carnation Entertains.
you bc"ausc of a steady succes· 5.30-Flsherles Broadcast. .
5.45-Kllldcrgartcn of the Air.
slon of coughs and colds? If you 6.00-Intermezlo.
seem to have n weakness for these 6.25-Program Preview.
irrItating And exhausting infec· 6.30-Supper Gllest.
\Ions, why not let your family 6.45-Hcartbeats in sport.
7.00-CBC News and Weather.
doctor gl\'e you II complete ex· 7.l5-Curlain CallJ.
amlnatlon. Persistent coughs alid 7.30-Tops Today.
colds often indicate the be· 7.45-Doylc Bulletin.
'glnning of something morc D.I5-Murphy Sisters.
a.30-Rawhlde..
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serious and early detection fre· B.45-Invltation
to Worship ..
quently means •quicker, surer 9.15-1n Reply.
9.30-Marksmen.
10.0o.,...Let's Malie lI{usic.
10.3~Lux Radio Theatre.
n.30-CBC National News.
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Ice-Boating
On The Wane
TRENTON, Ont. (CP)-lIlilder
Canadian winters may be the
causc, but enthusiasts here sec ilie
approaching en!! of a once popu·
lar Canadian sport-ice-boating.
The nngainly craft that skim tOO
Icc .at hi gh spec d were once seen
In l11'eat number~ at thLs toWll,
where tJJe Bay of Qulnte mects
La}:·~ Ontario. This winter, Ihere
is 'only one icebo{)at.
Eoon James, m:mager of a (old·
storage plant, still &ails the craft
that he .received IS a boyhood
birthday present
But be says mUd w-aather and
g hi ~M
bumpy i~e are k'llI
I n
e. S1''''''
He descrIbes one Treent triP over
rough Ire wh~n hl! cra(l )oap·
{rogged and bounced !;II milch that
"I wa~ In the air mora than I
wu on the Ice."
The triD was 1'P.Rlly uncomfor·
'table, ~Irice ,Ic&bo.'t~ rc·ar.h \I'ell
over 60 mUes all hour even with
sl!ght wind S.
"When I was a boy, m·an)' pe(lPle
ured to own and opel'ate Ice ~ts
here. Now there's usually not
enough ice and it doesn't last long
enough."
.,
voeM
TUESDAY, February 15th
7.00-Breakfast Club.
7.30-News.
B.OO-Breakfast Club.
. B.30-Hit of the Day.
,
B.35-Ncws
.
8.40-Name the Newfoundlander
9.00-ThrceFrom
Sons. Yesterday
9.15-1'<I8n
9.30-Music in the Morning.
!l.45-The Dark God.
11l.0{).:-New••
10.05-Mulh: from Coast tD Couto
lO.30-Song of the Star.
10.45-0rgan Enchorcs.
10.II5-News.
h SI
IO.30-The Song and tear.
11.00-Rldln' ~he R,ange.
11.30-Song TIme.
1l.45-Keybcard Caper••
l2.00-Tops In Pops.
-.
l2.15-Bank of Happiness.
ATTENTION
..
I
the
5
Miss
CARPENTER
at thl
iug I
and
first
land.
MILLWORK
SHOPS
Mis:
avista
.Tohn
Cooll.',
WE HAVE JUST. RECEIVED A CARLOAD
r~l1lr.
OF TOP·QUALITY
th~ h'
J. JlQ)
their
SHOP PIN·E
~!1!: \I
!eml!:
wIth
IN 1W' THICKNESS KILN DRY.
AND .2" THICK~IESS AIR DRY.
Mrs.
infan
Robe:
fax,
II'holl
YOU ARE INVITED TO COME IN AND
SEE THIS FINE LUMBER AND GET OUR
LOW PRICES.
care.
of II
!lobe
"The
ed I(
Bond
wcnt
keep
12.30-New~.
12.35-Musieal Menu.
1.30-News. "
1.45-Tunes for Today.
.
2.00-Betly Grable-Harry James .
. Show,
2.55-News.
3.00-Dollar. on Parade,
4.00-New•.
. SHAWI ~....
UJAL dO:t'i I
4.05-Newfoundland Farade.
4.35-Bank 01 Happiness.
BUILDING MATERIALS DIVISION
4.50-Homebakcr's Quiz.
4.5/?-New•.
SUCCI
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distil
lhe 1
allly
f:lith
In
hi!I' .
dl'cs
St. ,
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ragger ·Rep.orts.
'rying xperlence·~
Property
United Church A.cquires·· .New
.
.
~,
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Loses
Rudder'
On
Magistrate'sCtiurt:
.
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Many Charges
Grand Banks; ~s. Disposed.
T B'u rj n
TOWed '0
Of
A full docket kept the Magistrate's Court busy on
Monda~ morning. Magistrate Mulcahy hea~d two cases
.
of failing to file income tax returns, The fIrst case was
fined $25 and 50 cents costs. The second was fined $200
Burin yesterday saw the dragger "Zarp" come into or 30 days for failing to give certain information required
I
port with the rudder-less dragger "Nordeaster" in tow, in filling out returns.
.. ;
aiter a harrowing yet thrilling tale of their ride through A woman c!mrged with being question h~ received a call to go :,; . .'
. rough North Atlantic seas and, snow and rain storms. drunk In public was fined $10. to 47 Duckworth Street, and. i; ( :
I
.,;;i"j
The Nordeaster lost her rudder
She was pick!':! up by the police found a man \J'lng on the ground
on Monday, wh!le fishing on the
at 12,45 a,m, or, February 13th. just a little east of the bu!ldlng.
Grand Banks. The Zarp Immedl·
00
He saw two men on the southside !r .
ately came to ner assistance and
Some amus:ment was caused of the strcpt !l'llng east and gave "t I
tried to get Blow Une aboard•.,
In the eonrt b" one man accused chase, lIe captured one but the
.
Even after rhe succeeded In
of being drunl< ?n the street. HI! 1'lcUm said thr.t th1s was not the
this, on several occasions the tow Cars. reported thal.water was up pleaded noL I(Ullty, though the ·man. The constable gal'e cha'se
Une broke In the rough seas 10 their fenders on the Thorburn constable save evidence that t th second man and finaliy
Eventually ont was secured and Road, following Saturday" and [When he arri'J~d on the scene, c~Ugh~ him 'vl!en he hid betwecll
the Zarp tried to get the Nord. Sund~Y's rainstorm .. Small cars. near thc Royal. Bank, the de [end· a storm door ,md the Inside dool'
caster Into R'<news. But this prachcally found t~elr f)~or~oards \ ent was being r,cld up by anoll~er of B house, The man answered
proved IposJlble because of awash, one man said and, mdleatcd man. The tlo[cndant. enter,~ng the descrip;ioJ, and had 1\ cut on
heavy seas and fogs lying off that many a small ~ar driven tllrn': the witnc5~ L~lI, murmured, ,do his left hand ",hen caught. When
that'sectlon of the coastline,
cd back and chose .another ,ro!'te Ithey think I'm all the. 11m? taken to lhe police station the
. So a decision was 'made to take Irather than go on through Ihc Idrunk", an" a~ he gave hiS eVI· man had 54.00 n his pocket and
the Nordeast~r to Burin and water,
'dence told how he only got out dropped two p"nnlcs In the police
of jail on Thursday: "and how "an on the WlY. He also had R
both ship~ arrJ.vcd there at eight
o'clock yesterday morning,
could I: ·get drunk: by passing Ronson \!ght~' and an eyeglass
Meanwhile, It Is understood
thc bond store~"; he askc? He lens In his po~ket. As the victim
tiiat' a diver will now Ins'pect the .l
admlttcil to' ;1a\'ing R drmk of of the assault Is still In the hos·
ships ruddtr. It will then be l\
wine, but said that the reason be pltal the' accu~ed was remanded
:could not slavl up was bcca~se for 8 days, His requ~t for bail
decided whcther repairs arc to
.
be made at Burin.
Prlllce Bernhard of th~ Nether, 'he had a bac: back. The case was
fu d and he was askcIl
lands arrivell at Gan~er al 4 a.m, dismissed by Magistrate O'NeiIl. :as ]\~e I:t
O'Neill to rene"
NST yestcrday mormng, e~ route
rea~~s~at·~ th: court today,
to New York for talks wlneh arc Two mcn al'fested for drunk·
q
expccted to bring about a basis for enncss on t.h£; street during the Franci~ FO~nOIV servhig
(uture discussions betwecn the weekend p:p.aded guilty and sentence in thc penitentiary for
United Statcs and Hoiland,
were fined $lC and $2 respective, thcft, appear~d In the court to
R'alns FI d
I) ."
Streets
p.l'lnCe Bernh.d
aI
G
d
t an er
his
i'
St.' Raphael's
Association
The ladles of St. Raphael's Par·
At Gander, Prince Bernhard was 11Y.
answer to the charge of stealing
ish formed an Association last greetcd by Mr, Frank Stirling,
,a wlndbrea1'cr from a boarding
Tuesday night nt a meeting which Newfoundland manager for K.~,M. A motori~t hrrested for having house on Water Street West. The
was held In the \1brary of Mount and taken 10 the Hotel Jupiter, control of a \ chicle while In· landlady ane. the maid in the
Cashel Boys' Home, Rev, Brother where refreshments were served i,n toxicated I.ppp.ared before the house 6 ave e;o!dence that thp ',aeCarroll presided at the meeting, suile especially s'ct aside for HIS bar. He was represented by cused cam to the boardm~
Mrs, Mary Sloan was elected pre· Royal Highness,
eounsd:, J. G. HIg:;ins, Q,C., and, house on January 13th, went to
side nt, Mrs, Edith Power, vice·
his ~ase was postponed until a room on. t1r third !Ioor ~nd
president, Mrs. Lillian Lawlor,
FclJruary 22nd 'l'hc man ·was took a SUlI r.1 clothes ~nd a
secretary and Mrs. Eileen Daly
allowed to ::e~I, the Jicense until windbreaker, bllt dropped th'
treasurer.' .
his ase is hc.td
suit of clothes on the way down·
The ne.wly formed organization A, driver of one. ~f three cars
e
. ~
stairs when hI' knew that he was
held'8 card party on Friday night· r.e~clved an ankle mJur~ Ins a ~ol. A Dung mDII charged with being walehed Both witnesses
at Mount Cashel dining room and h~lon on Torbay Ro~
un ay 1
Y with \'iolcncc appearcd said tbat wh~n the man came
many attractive prizes were won Ill1gl~t. Damages ~o til 0 of the I ~obbery
•
d his casc downstairs "e ~topped and asked
for this
which. proved
was
I be.
i
constable on for a light for Ills cigarette
to be a [manclal and SOCial sue.: II 1 e e 0,th er \ c IC e II as on dllt said lhat on the night In said that he wanted to see a ~fr.
ccsS.
seraped a bit.
y
Furlong, who v'as supposed to be
The association plans to hold a
staying In thl' house. No man
• card parly with refreshments
of ~hat name was there the land·
every Friday night at Mount
lady said. anrl sh~ did not giye
Cnshel, and members of lhe Parish
him 8 Ii n ht. BOUI witnessl'S
are urged by the Association to
Idelltin ..11 'h~ KI'CIIS~d III .1!le
patronll,e their e f f o r t s . '
. I'ollrl ariel' L·I",·rul!y sl·rullul1.II'!l
.
, .
the peOI)I~ III the eourlro~nI.
Fuley said lhm he wnnted to 'c~\1
ft
D.rlV..er I'
nJured
(j~s,t p~rty,
I\'~~~;clci~
sal~ ~?
hca~;. :~ea~~~ C~I~~l ~::~c:a
I
8~d
True Love:
'fhc St. J olin'~ 1'1'csbyLl'Y of the Unil~d Ch~rch of Gunnda has recent! Y pUl'chased a pi~ce uf propcrly off Elizabeth
Avenue, where they plan to erect a church and parsona ge ~nd. ot~E'r ch}lrch bUtldl~lgS. The pl'Operty ha~ a
frontage of 668 it. on the North side of Eliabeth Avenu.e begmmng Just west. of Ande;son ~venue and stretclllng
over to the west of Whiteway Street. The west side of the proper:y runs m a straIght Ime north for 600· feet,
and on the east side borders the Westerland fann, and has a rearage of 756 feet, running east and west.
Teen-A2:er
v
II
Reported Missing
A seventeen year old girl, Rita
Walsh ,employed as a domestic in
a St. Clare Avenue homc has been
reported missing, Anyonc having
any knowlcdge or this girls whcre·
Today will sec voting in the ahouts is asked to contact the
first Town Council election cI'cr police station-Dial 93.
to be held In the newly· incor·
Miss Jane Coole:
POllillg Day
At Mount Pearl
Faithfull Servant'
Of. Bond Passes
~~~~dda;~:vnShiP
Traffic Patrol
Rclurnlng oHiccr for the clcc·
tion is Mrs. Bernard Squires.
In Actl'on
Residents of Glendale ward will
of Mount, Pearl
· 1
Boy A n d Glr
And 0 ther Boy
That the course of true love him on suspended sentence for 2 a,m.
never runs smoothly was shown in ycars to keep the peace and be on
the, magistrate's court on Monday his good behaviour, and to pay A man arrested for being dl~
morning when a young farmer of compensation of S16 and costs of d I t t:le Harbour Inn had
" II' h'0 b"
or er
y adlsmi~~ed {or drunken·
'
KI lb nde,
rmgmg h'IS IadY $2.30'
case
companion (rom a dance at Pelty The young man. who hurled the ness 8S he was 1I0l In 1\ public
Harbour on F~bruRry 10th, got, bottlc; and broke lhe windshield place lit the Hme o[ hi~ arresl.
three punches, In the nose .from a was cOll\'ictcd o[ the charge, and hut on request o( the llartender,
forme~ bo~ ffle~d of th~ girt.'. and was told by Magistrate O:Neill who claimed lhat he had orders
had hiS wmdshlcld broken IIlth a thaI this was pure savagery, al)d a 1I0t to serVIl the accused. and
bott,lc hurled at th,e ~ar by a com· vicious-attack on a young man, a that the mall had grabbed him
pall10n of the aggne\ cd but spurn· !armcr, who wor~s hard to earn and torn his ~hirt. . Magislrate
cd lover.
' his living.. He was fined $50 or 1 O'Neill ordcr'!CI the accused tn
The farmer had one man before month .and costs of $2.30 or 1 day. sign a bond of ~100 to be on good
'Mthe ,coturt ford ass3 ult, and dlht e Both ;hC a~eused were represent· behavior and to remain away
agls rate or ere d t he accuse 0
•
sign a ~ond of $200, and placed, cd by Mr, J. O'Neill as counsel. from the pr~:nlses,
ns
vole at the home of Mr. Michael The newly·formed Prince of
Nolan, Commonwealth Avenue Wales College traffic patrol, un·
HALIFAX, N.S.-A career of unusual faithfulness in
and residenls of Mount Pearl ward der aegis of the Lions-Kiwanis
wenl Into aetinn yesterday morn·
the service {l~ !e famil.v has ended w}th the passing
(L. c. M.)
will \'ole at the home of Mrs.
10thof A few years
ngo It was our prl· GOl'don M(lor~s, main rondo
ing. ,
Miss .lane Coo e, who died Thursday, February
., v~lege to atteml the welldlng of 'j'he pu1llng hnoth~ will open 'j'his Is 3 parlicul3rly ousy sec·
at the age Jf 90 veal'S, Miss Coole spent her entire work- Mr. 'Martin O'Grady, of St. John's, this 1ll00'nlng at 9 ami will remain lion of roadway and every motor·
Ing life time-~ spun or ovet· seventy years-with her to ~Iss Betly Whyte, II native of opI'n until H tllnlght so that every istH Is asked to couperate tn. the
full.
'
first and on!"~ ~mployel's, the Bund family of N'i?\vfouJid- ceptiorl
Broughty Ferry, and at th~ Re· c1llzen who wlbh~s ttl 110 Stl will
held afterwardy, pleasant hnve un Ilpportunily 'of mnrking
land.
memories of .Cirnoustle, Barry his ballott.
Miss Coole was born In Bon'
.
Camp, Dundee; and other sec lions - - - - - - - - - - Hvlsta, the dal'ghter oC the late \the Island. HL spoke on the out· of Scotlano, .were revived among Wise Gardener:"
U
,.
.lohn .;oole IInll Mllry Ann Aylc.s . ~tllndlnJ( PJr3~nallUe5 he ha~ those Vetcrlln~ presont, whn spent "There i~' II beauty o( courage, a
Coolc, lIml Hllhr.3!:c of eighteen Icncountered tn hi5
'IImA In IralnlnJ( in these
b If'
..
In SI. .Iohll's
111111
I'ntCl'ed
Mdcd
lalk
by·
areas
while'
the
Newfoundland
f
y.
,od
pam
d
,
0 C' ~"
.
. ' d I A ld 0 IIUle' prl e. an
nob~. fieret 'fhe S.S. Caxlon i! still loadin~ !'.
'
th! home 01 tM l ,el', r. ,eor"c SIIYlIl!::
. Regiment wa~ Btahone
n u
d' d .
_I. ~ond and MI'!>, ~?nd a~ one 0.1 "t ha\'e buell openlnli for 3'OU' Scotia., Ha"i~((, Selk~~' and Rox· B!aut~~ ~;niorm anu oulline, of the fir~t cargo of newsprint for'
IIIelr
"ItIt tlte Bond •• todRY R fell' !If the pales in my
Are 15 familiar to ?ur
(riendil' face:;.
England and her arril'al ltere ha& :
!h! "'!!II1 10 Halifax \11 11100. and personal ''''ho'3 Who'. Let me Newfoundland soldiers of the Flnt I A sudden ~rippin- braut)' grey' pro"ided a fillup to lI'ork along the. ,I
!ome lll'ell'!'! ~'Ear~ latel' I\l~\'ed cio3e' with titl!' name ot a New· Great War 1\3 Norwich, to the GUll·
beauly ·of lon:~' place:;.'
waterfron!,'
.
wllh them to Toronto. \\ hell foundlander unk~own to ,fame, neTS, PIYl!louth to the Sailors allll Yet alwa)'s the song and the ..The A,N,D., of cournt, is now
Mrs. Bond dl'!~ tilere lea\'lng all who has. a very glowing entry the Air pepotj t~ ,our gallant ny·
silence the gleam and the sending forward all ne\I'~prlnL
Infant daught'!l'. who is noW Dr. III my perso.la}' volume. Her Ingme'n in'. th,. Second terrible
dark.'
through this porl. .
I
Hoberta Bond' Nichols of Hall., name II
Coole, who years .I:onfllct. •
I.ure of the next adl'enture, the
i
(ax, l\1lss COi,le - del'oted her I hefol'e I
IlOrn came from It was, therefore, a thoughtful I
storm·spent bait,
whole attention to the Infant's' Bonavlsta to "tIl'} for my family; gesture on the part of a great Always the more pursuit, aOlI the lOWS
C lOOner
rare. When hI 1927, on the death: She is still with us: Sixtyofive fdend of lhe Kirk who se~t me
less content,
.
of the Right Honourablc Sil' years of 'servlce to one family last weck a collection
Jloems hy Always the milch ado, aild thc fine
Hilbert BOlld, thtl family cstate.' must constilm~ a record and one Alexander Buist, 11'1\0 IS now 11,,·
forcc spen!."
"The Grangc" Whltbournc, pass. i worthy
'\lte for it. not only ing at Roxburgshire, at the old How milch, one wunders, does. The .lLV. Gle?lI'ood armed Illls
~cw Dr F Fraser symb!llizes th~ end,of an era, but home of Lady John Scott, the I ~Ir. Buist owe (0 Longfcllo w? Iport Sunllay WIth the schooner
c
o
S
ne.,
, .
, coolel
. I RIso, aIas, t he I!n d 0f ,an attlt,u de. poetess wh0 se t "Ann Ie I.aum
'" Altogethcr. from 0\11' limited I ',J8mcs S~rong '" In Iow. Til e .auxI'
'1
hi
t
d
Bond
of Nc" York,
]\I!ss
?f faithful and' un: to music,
Ilmowledgc, )\'e would say a ,'cry
ran mto some wcathcr con,
wcnt to "The Grange" as housc.· This
k
. K 0 \'n as "Jane" to a I selflsl\" servlc,. seems to be pass· Entitled "The Gleam and the I worthwhile contrilllltion to con· 111hons O()n her way north and had
Dnd otherj ing from
,;·orld..·
. Dark" there Is a rcI.lection o( mood Itemporary puctr)"
when to be lowed back to this port.
distinguished. vlsilors, she won "Centu~les ago, Mary oC Eng· throughout all the writings, an,~ es' : one knows most of the SCCIlIC back
the respect of all. ~y her pcrson. ~a~d said ~at. when she eame to pecially Is lhls shown in The ground of thc. Border Country
.
•
allly her rompetence and hpr ille, Ihe name of the tC!wn' of
which furnishell the inspiration.
" COU,ISION
.
,
. .' Calais
:he:!'.und wrllll'n with tliat or ,InnlJ Coole who fill'
• A rar enlerlllg LeMardlanl ROld
011 lirr hparl. No"', although WI' so 1l\:1l1~ long yt'31'S Iws hel'n
POLlCI:: BLOTTER
[rom Fl'fsh\\'alcr Road WB~ report·
til 19~O, 01'. Frasel' BOIIII tiaill ha\'!! .nevel:. IIprn. I~I HUl1avlsta, 1 SIll'h 11 fullhful fl'lelll\ tn us allli Lor:11 lH1lil'" 1'\'1 1111 '1 n Cah'ly. cd In colllsinn with :-, parked;
l.(llIlet 1I1uIIltilY IIh:hl with UIIIY\lher r , lIuwevel'. nn one was InJIll"
.
h,'I"n Il\lbJ1e tl'llJute III an IU\'jlmllw thnt my 'slslel' and mysdfl'tn IIUI'S,'"
lin's" hefure 1he flol:ll'Y C:lub III Iha\'c thc
oi that. I>\ace en, 'I'he IntCI'II',I'lIt was at camlll' I'llIII'
"" 1'IIII1I1IC Ifrllllk ed. and oilly slight 'damage
~t. John's, br.IoIdcasl U\l'oughout I~l'avcd 111 our. affeclions along' Hill
charges.
. repurted.
. ct;lnetery. Halifax.
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End Of An ·Era
f~mr.
fa~er" ~nd
I
dome5t1~5.
Border Poems
prof~~ionIl1 ~om9
hl~
~
,butRs~lre
Jan~
wa~
P
s~~~::;lon o~ ~(J\'Crno'rs
r:lllh'ruhws~.'
IT'
I
II~r~
cspcciall~'
w~llid
na'~f'
S I .'
ITo Port Here
I
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0:
~~ncept
t~e.
ClE~RANCE HAND BAGS
All sh~des and styles !o choose from. Worth
seeing!
REG. $1.75 ....................SALE
$1.45
I
I
I
~r
,
Loads Car2o'
Of NC\VSpnnt
.
~aul
ca~e was post.
poned until l'IIUrsday at 10,30
a wilne£s an'I the
al'l'c~l~
,
.
Assorted'. plain
shades of gabardine'
Sizes 16 to 20-38 ..
W<!lRlH . $,(95
SALE
51 Gauge-15 Denier,
Size 9~2
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lHE-DAllY'NEWSi TUESDAY, FEB. 15, 1955
, '
/f ..... ,
Dog ·Hait'
Handbags
Ot
Presidiiwl In Session
I
COBOURG. Ont. (CP) - Dog
hairs may be annoying to mllsl
people, e.pccially when found on
the llvlng·room rug, but they pro·
vida a hobby for Mrs. Lenora
Tre.trall.
She has been spinning and weaving dog hairs into many beautiful
nnd. useful articles for the past
clgM years, . She uses the product
for handbags, suiting material and
rugs.
She gets tIJ.i! dog hair frllmvarlous parts of .. C'llflada and the
United States. Hair from long·
haked breeds' Is the best. After it
Is washed and dried, s.he processes
lit with ste~1 carding combes which 1
pulls the hair Inlo fine strands. .
SPINS AND- WEAVES
The hair then 15 spun on a Que.
bec.mnde spinning wheel, hand· I
twisted to the right thickness. For'
heavy articles such as rugs she
twists up to a maxlmumllf nine.
st:'ands.
"DOG hair mak~s' a . sort, warm
wool." ~Irs. TrestrMI said. "It
fluffs up nice ami doe.m·t pull off
Iik~ commercially,spun Angora. It
makes marvellous cloth lor coats
nnd mittens."
.
lIIrs. Tre.• trall makes many of 'l\olembers of the Presidium or the Soviet Union sit In orrlclal sessioD to henr the rc~ignatlon speech of Georgi 1I1alcnkov as PremIer. Lrft
, her own dyes. The dyes arc made to rlgh' (front): Lazar Kasanovlch. Nikolai Hulganln, Nlkita Khrus hchev. 1IiaicuilOv, amI Kiimenli Voroshllov. At far right In rear Is
[~om bark DC apple, p~ach and
.
Anastas I. ll-llkoyan. othcrs wcre not identified.
plum as well as different Iris
plants.
\'egetables
and fruits,
wHh theMost
exception
of carrots,
lend --.:.....----------S-ta-n-=-da-r-:-d-::B-ea-r-cr--:~:-:lr-5-.-J::".--:A:'"·-=-T--·--·t--C--n-----:-----------their color to Mrs. Trestrall's
Electl'on
Nilsson.
flnl
0 ege
COLLEGE
dyes.
.
Sun ANCIENT
Yyun Kwan
University .t
,SeoOul,
only
Confucian
universi·
Since her husband, a motnl pro- • , • •
Councillors~Mrs. H. V. Randell.
prJ~tor, died In 1953 she has been
~Irs. R. Oglesby, Mrs. (}. G. LeWIS,
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remaining in Kore~ wal
currying on the bu.slncss. But her
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Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mrs. A.
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Manderson.
THEORY RESULTS
founded in 128B.
brought
Thc annual meeting of Caribou Empire and World Affalrl-1lrs. TLOle f 0 II olVmg
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Sh I her wide recognition.'
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of ]llrs. ~I. Toner's pupI'ls (or lhe Britain produced a record total
gll'en National
demomtratlons
at th·~at Cana"1
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Tor., Memorial
Unl\crsity
on Thurs(1
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a Horne an d Abroa d- Deccmber examinations:
lof 1,038,000 motor vehicles ia
Ollto and In t'le Henry }'ord village' Feb. 4. Mrs. J. W. Coates,. Regenl, ~[r5. Lel\'l! Brooke;..
Sandra Thistle, Junior. 800;:. .1 1954, up 200,000 from 1953.
at Dmtorn, :'!lch.
conducted the meeling. Reports Press and PubliCity-Mrs. Eric merit.
I --_.--I [or the past year were presented I Seymour.
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i and received. after which the elee· Tea Convenor-Mrs. . Dwyer. merit.
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tory. 98'."0, hOllours.
year took place and resulted as J. Breake~·. .
follows:
Convenor-Mrs. J. Sandra Noel, Preparatory, 07<",1
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~he meeting concluded with a honollrs.
~orrain~ lloore, preparalorY' I
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SOCIal hour.
80 ,c, mCrlt.
An increase In l)eart disease 1 2nd Vice Rcgent-Mrs. R. F.
2 tsp. ginger
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11 tsp.·
Isp. cloves
cinnamon
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1. sian and spced at'~ hi ch "e IIIe.: Ass!. Secretary - lIlrs. Roberti Fear ofJ one of the more
serious I hard work. It may be caused hy
'. ~Iauy people o\'cr forty do not i Pike.
diseases may acluall" convince a I worr.v, discontcnt. fear. faulty
l'cmcm ber tIlOt t hey are no Ionger I Treasurer-llrs. Grnnl R. Jack. worrying person that' he has all I diet. overeating or la~k of slee¥.
l~ t,p. nutmeg k
1 cup sour mil. (lr
Itccnagcrs. able to run upstairs i Educational Secrelary-~Irs. W. the symptoms. It is safest to con· I The annual vacation and a1l avail·
~2 cup sweet milk
!and climb hills. If exertion J. Keough.
sulf the doctor. to discover posi. 1ahle legal holidays should be uscd.
renti1,d
a ~c'. Echoes Secretary-~Irs. W. Col. tlvely whether or not thc disease'I in order that the rest and. if pas-I
1 tsp. making soda
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cups IIt Ur
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is present.
sible. change of atr. mw w;fd of1 ,
.4 tsp. sa t ..
'cerlaln thc condillon of the heart.
Pul bullcr, sugar and molasses' Iniol'mallon 011 diseases of the
In mixing bowl' and set where. it . heart may bc found In the
will be quite warm for 15 nun· I palllllhiet "Hcart diseases of all
utes. Add eggs. and milk. thcn .add 'ages" which may bl' hal free of
flour, salt, bakmg sorta and spices, charge by writing to "Health Edu·
which have been sifted together. i calton Office". repartment of
Buke In a slow oven (or about 40 Health, 51. John·s.
mlnutcs.
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t \;>. pirfcct Waslllng.' .Don't .drink
i: tt% A-ilin ~nY utensil that has not
,: !M1t.an' th~roughly c1eanscd slncc
;';' ~\ ~\'IOIl'; lise.' Many disease
"~lllmn~ ill'!! rarrlt'd hy dirty cuPS.
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water, Ict cool. then alld 2 e~lGs, ance tu the humon hody 'Ild the j
1 cup chopped walnu.ls, 2 cups 111tol.e shuuld be greatcr than
Uour and 2 tsp. baklllg powder.: lhe loss. E,'cn in' cold weathcr.
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dependent up what lYe eat. Food
should be choscn Cor lis nutrition·
al value, cookcd CBl'cfullly anel
served attrctlvely. "l\Ieals for
one or two" Rlld "lIealtlful cal·
ling'! are booklcas available free
of . charge,. by writing to "Health
Education', OUlce", Department
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weight needs the equivalent of at
least 12 glaRses of fuuld a day.
Too dry atmo~phere In hcated
rooms will cause more water to
e':opornte from tbe skin .whlch \
It Is said that two of ,h'cry b~comcs harsh an~ scaly. Drink·
five diabetics ar~ unnware that' Ing plenty of water will help to,
thcy have the disease. Tests by kcep the bndY healthy.
the doctor or at the clinic will - - - - . - - - - - - discover diabetes In Its earliest If you would like ~ollle InrOl'll1"
slages and thus gil'c the patient alion on diabetes 'wrlte to "llealtl1 :
all opportunity oC taking treat.: Education Orril'c". Department of
mcnt before the disease becomes Health, St. J.ohn·s for the free
really seliou!, and while It Is'1booklet Pcrh1ps YOI Have Dla·
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l' pkg. dates (choppctl)
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Pinch o[ salt
Cream sugar and butler. Add
eggs, dates, nuts and vanilla, then
add the sifted dry ingredients.
Drop by spoonfuls 011 a greased
cookie !'hcet. Bake In a moderale
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egg into: 8:bowl 'preparatory to making
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the health of the children. Colds
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mayge.tyou or your family' and
perhaps '. cause serious· illness.
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THE DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, FEB. 15, 1955
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With MAJOR HOOPLE
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OUR BOARDING HOUSE
Ottawa Report
uTTAWA, Feb. 4-Durlng the ,In the Commons on F~lday last by
past week Newfoundland members II Finance Minister Harris.
ha\'c been devoting some time to I Of eQual Inlerest to MPs from
that wclghty blue.bound 'lome: all parIs of the province are such
which contains the Canadian cSti'llmportant Items as the approprla·
nl.tes of expendllqre for the fiscal tlons set out for, the completion
fear ending March 31, 1956, tabled of the ferry terminal at Port aux
Basques and the ferry' "William
Carson", as well as the provision
,for financial assistance for the opo
! eration of the Island's coastal
steamship service: The Increase of
I almost- half a mllllon dollars for
,the construction and acquisition of
coaslal vessels, from $1,410,290 to
'I $1,900,000 also Is a source elf satls·
faction to all alike.
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The health grants for Newfound·
: land, too, are of keen Interest to
'all federal members from the Is·
i land, but Ihe approprintions for
,the coming yenr for public build· \
!ings and marine works take. top
! priority In their close study of the
: fiscal "bible".
i Hcretofore, there have been
'numerous revotcs Included In the
parts ofworks
the appropriations
country and projects
:I public
for all
, planned have been postponed from
: one 'year to another, to the frustra.
To appear this Spring,
; tion of the representatives of the
concerned. However,
Send us your recipes' and ;, constituencies
It has been stated and emphalleally
receive a Free 'copy,
i reiterated by the Minister of 'Pub.
! lie Works, Robert Winters, that It
Write:
has been his firm policy In pre.
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'UrlE WA1'ER 2
COOI{
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F'OR60To:: 2".
OH, YES •
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member for Bonavista.Twlllingate, I of lhelarger production poinls,. to
the Han. Jack Piekersgili, told the be undertaken jointly by the fed·
News, "is that providing for the eral anel provincial governments
experimental planl for the Depart·, under the fisheries' development
ment o[ Fisheries at Valleyfleld." plan.
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A large marine wharf would be
Mr. Ashbourne was pleased to
buill at Valley field this year, the nole that the' contract had been
New(oundland minister said, and' let for thc' building of a wharf at
It was understood lhat construe· 51. Anthony, and construction be·
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<h" h'" .,,',,' " U" woold
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THE COOK BOOK
I for his departmenl, 10 include only obtain for tbeir ridlngs? A news weather permitted. When the first pointed, however, that nothing waS
!appropriations on which work will roundup revealed mixed pleasure two sections of the wharf were included· in the estimates for mar·
EDITOR,
1. H. Dingman
; be begun during the coming year, and disappointment, but a con· completed, it was planned that inc work in' Labrador, for which
;
and
appropriations
for
those
pro.
sensus
of
satisfaction
that
wilh
an
construction
would
begin
on
the
he
had
submitted
a
long
list
of
reo
At
his
death
on
July
5th,
1952, Mr. L. H. Dingman, publisher of the St.
c/o The Daily News,
Thomas 'fimes.Journat and the Beacon·Herald in Stratford~ was the oldest active
: jeets-barring unforeseeable "acts Increase from 19M.55 estimates of fish plant itself, which was design· qulrenients to, Public Works. He
daily newspaper publisher in the Dominion. Born on March 12th, 18S5, he wa.
'of Goel"-wlll be spent before the $1,350,000 (or building construe· eel to go Into some of the'major hoped that" this omission' would be
St. John's,
active in newspaper work Cor more than seventy years.
'
I end of the fiscal
tio'n, and of $647,800 for marine problems fncing the fishing indus· corrected in the supplementary
Mr. Dingman'a lirHt connection in the newspaper field came when he Wl\ft ten
Newfoundland
\ It Is in Ihe light or 'thls cheering works, every part of. the province try. Its
shou,ld extend
estimates.
"',
years of age. At that time his fatbcr purchMcd the WeeklY Dispatch ofStrathroy
news that Newfoundland members had secured its reasonable share. hc):ond
Immediate area lD
Labrador should try
get one
lind Dingman'slove for the newspaper profcssion began ita long career.
We are look lUI( (or Ne\\,·
In Deccmber 1886 hc, with his two brothcra, acquired possession ofthp. Herald,
be ioeated.
"wharf each year, lIIr. Ashbourne
foundland Recipe!I •• send ,ha\'e been appraising the work to MR, PICKERSGlLJ.'S REACTION 1I'l1l,eh it
one of fiv~ weeklies published in Stratford, OntarIo. In March of the followinr
be
unrlcrtaken
in
their
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that
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supple·
10111'11 to U5 now,
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tern In It ems JIlC
. I dcd'I,n t he . .esl!·
' mcntary appropriations
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I ridings-work which will nol only the cst!
would
m·.
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rna es or m~. r id'109, " t IIe \ mates
for uBonal'lSta·TlI'llhngalc
to elude a \'ote for Forteau.
In ad·
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It was in 1890 that Mr. Dingman went to St. 'fhom"s as Manager and Editor
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____ which his constituency had been dition to the lisLed Grand Falls· I
of the St. Thomas Evenin!; Journal. He continued with this paper until April
1902 when he left to head a company to purchase the Journal's rival, the St.
looking forward for some time, the White Ba)' projects, thl)re were
,minister said, as well as others smaller wharl'es included in the
Thomas
'fimes.
In 1918
he and the owner of the Journal completed the amalgRmation. Two
I which It had been hoped to in· general marine vote, with no list
years later, in 1920, Mr. Dingman secured control of the Stratford Herald, to be
followed in 1923 with on amalgamation with the Stratford Beacon. The first
I elude, but could not be undertaken \ )'et a\'ailablc.
.
i this year. Then, too, there were
The' $200,000 appropriated for a
issue of the Beacon.Herald came on May lst of that year.
.
Mr. Dingman never married. His great interests lay in the newspaper. A
1 still others for which he hoped new public building at Grand Falls
working newspaperman nil his life. his ambition was to own his own paper.
the necessary surveys would be would meet an urgent need, thc
-j
Community minded, he gave many thousands of dollars in Cree space to communal
\,made during the coming summer" member
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for Grand Falls.Whlte
activities, the Red Cross, Community Chest, Service Clubs and industrial pro·
i and sites chosen,-all as essential 'I Bay said, "nd he also welcomed
motions,
His interests extended into almost all walks oflife, including arlll and lport•.
preliminaries to their construction. the. vole of, $60,000 for a building ,
For the theatre he held a \ife.long enthusiasm. C:ivic beautificatioos and horti·
\I Morcover, there were smaller \ at Lewisporte.on which excavation
culture also claimed his attention. He spent mnny hundreds of dollars in havin.
i marine works not individually had starlcd after the contraCt was
beautiful trees in the grounds of his home. He was one of the men who help'ed
Ispccified, since any projects under Iawarded last fall. He was glad, too,
introdlice golf to St. Thomas. The promotion of horseshows, baseball and cyclin,
i 515,000 eomc out the, gene~al that a new public edifice was in·
were also developed and publicized by him.
During the 2nd World War he was one of" grou p who underwrote the expeosrll
"ote and arc nol hsted as m· eluded for nearby Windsor, an 1m·
of
the
girls who had been bombed outofSt. Hilda's College in EDldand to come to
dependent items i'n the published porlant growing town for which an
Canada. He was one of the prime movers of the new hospital in Stratford.
\ estimates.
IIp.to·date bliildlng was' badly nced~ I'
'l'he development of a community depends upon men who wilf '!ccept illl
responsibilities and Mr. L, H. Dingman. a charLer member of the Canadian Pree,
I "I am particularly Interested in cd.,' , ",
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bclonged to this WOup. His newspaper, his activities. his whole being. relle~ted
; some of these lesser marine works, He would have liked', 10 see I
HIGH QUALITY
a public. spirited altitude that always leaves a ptace better than one linds It.
1 as they mean so much to some of other projcelsapprove'd, Mr, Ash·
I the- "smaller communities," Mr. bournc said, but after all, there
LADIES'
,Plekers~i11 said.. 'Of course, the iverc the requirements ,of' SC\'en
picture o[ the year's programme ridings throughout the province to
will not be complete until the sup· be cimsldered. '
plementary estimates arc publish.
ST, JOlIN'S )IEMBERS
;
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he
added.
The
representatives' of St" John's
,
! "As minister (or the province, I EJst and West both a~reed that,
am particularly pleased to see that they w'ould have
larg· \ 'L- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Suedes and Leathers.
the
total
provided
for
Newfound·
er
appropriations,
but
on
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whole
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ensure the construction of much·
needed buildings, wharves, break·
waters and the like, but which they
believe will be of material benefit
In ,solving )ocal unemploymcnt
problems.
What' were the reactions o[
Newfoundland's individual MPs to
the blue book's promises for the
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THE DAilY NEWS, TUESDAY, FEB. 15, 1955
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,
Up to recently the Lawrence legend went
unchallenged. He was the, subject o[
many admiring books and was himself
regarded as a modern reincal'\1ation of the '
Thc DAILY NEWS Is a morning p~pcr
great Elizabethan advcnturers. But Richard
BY WAYFARER
eslablished In 18M. and published at the
Aldington an able Englisll novelist, was
News Building; 355·359 Duckworth' Street,
slruek by discrepancies· in the Lawrence -----------~--.;...-----­
51., John's, Ncwfoundland, by Rubinson "
story and set out to study it. 'fhe . result ~OTES & comlEN'l'
Ihe Lions and Kiwnnis. These lasl
Company. LlmHcd.
has been a book that s~eks to destroy the
Rotnry Interilational
;\:e :;~~. two have several branch~~
rE~IBER OF THE CANADIAN PRESS
le1Jend and reduce Lawrcnce to the slatus ceiebrating next week the liflietlt throughout the province. All thes~
~
anniversary of lis birth. The local clubs hlve their own special prn
The Canadian Pre$s Is exclu~lvelY en·
of
a
pervert
and
charlatan.
.
club is about 35 years old. W~ jects and cumulatively the meas·
tilled lu the use tor republlcaUon 01 all
A
great
controversy,
has
followed,
wllre in at Its birlh and wrote Ihr. iu'c of their vr.~untary service 10
news dispalches In this paper credited 10
Lawrencc's friends have rushed 10 his first news slory about NewCound· Important social causes is reia·
it or to The Associated Press or Reuters
and also the local news, pUblished therein.
defence. Where they admit faults in their land Rotary 10 3ppear In the 10 t1vol~' slupendous, It is que.,tion·
c'll press.'
hb:e whelher therc Is any olher
All Press service and feature articles In
hero,
they
have
claimed
that
his
virtues
eily
in Norlh America where so
this paper are cupyright and their relliO·
I
outshone
'them.
They
admit
he
\\;as
a
'bit
As
R
reporter
,we
were
IRI'it~~
much
work of Ihe Idnd Is underducllon is prohibited. '
,
i
of
a
poseur
but
they
claim
as
well
that
by
MI'.
Harry
Cowan
10·
go
with
taken
.on
a regular basis by m'
Authorized as second class mail Post
hc
was
a
geniUS
and
an
important
contrihim
to
the
C~05111e
Hotel
10
meel
vIce
clubs
and Iheir total contri
Ornce Department, Ottawa.
bulol' to Brita'in's desert victories in 1!l17 a man namerl Bond, We think hi, llUtion might some day be worlh
. I
1 tirst n:lIlie was Fred, He' had pro calculating as an impressive proof
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and
191B.
Objective
critics
1a\'C
contcne
- r,lIsrd the e51nbllshmcnt (lC a Rc c.f thc emphasis thcy lay on Ihe
Member Audit Bureau of
i ed that Aldington has allowed prejudice t&ry Club in SI, John's alHl ~Ir. \lord "service."
Clrcuiallons
to cany' him too far and thaI what bcgnn Cowan was nne of Ihe f()un(lin~ .
I
as
a criticism endcd in a lirade, Bllt right: (uthcr~, In Ihe heginnlng. il wa~
We have ollen wondercd all ..
DMLY SUBSCRIPTION MUS:
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or
wrong
in
his
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Aldinglull
is
quite'
a
\'cry
small
troup,
'fhe
classific:I'
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iJecome,; oC the more 1m
Canada , ............... S 8.00 pcr annum
Hons were nul quilc as iJroad Rnd purlaut lall:s Ihal huve been gh'e!1
United Kingdom and all
I unlikely to dcstroy,lhe Lawrence legend ,hudell as thfo: are lodny 10 nil{)'.~ In Ihese serl'icc clubs Crom lime
.. _
, ,$12.00
annum
1_ _ Forci~n
_ _ _CDunlries
____
_ _'pcr
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_ _ _,1 with all its powcrful appeal lo the roman- :! lan:ct· mcmbc:'ship: Or prl'hnp~, to lime by
disl,inguished andi
tic side of the Englishman's chnracter.
i' was prclcl'red al Ihe lime I,: i l:nuw\cdgablc I':silors, The hus •
:.rihcl'e l'igidl~' tn main ciu,.siClca': lIess u[ getting iirst,class speaktlons.
I CI'S whn have something lrulv
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, ·1955
I \Iorlh while 10 say is nol easy in
In The "News
The Daily News
"The·l
OlmSTIS
i;,
Frl\~
Imblie oJ
discl'islon arc
(oundalicms 'of d
way In whIch th
become wU\'cn i
ten constitution
Kingdom, and h
to Canalla, is d
following arllcledIan Press serl
affecting freedol
Written For The
By FRAXK
Freedom of Ih':
the constitutional
ltagc Canada r~
Loiled Kingdom.
bnth in Canada :
Kingdom have I
cs;ential part 0
democratic Parli
men\.
Sincc the Brit
unwritten it co:
definilion of this
docs Ih~' BritiEI
Act under whid
stillllional 5)'St'
cially implanted
That act sa~'s
a constitution "i
to Olat of Ihl'
The imDli~atiol
'poinlcd il!1 by
Cannon oC Ihc
Can~,da in a j
in ID38 on In I
Albcrta leg::;lat
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At an), ratc, it was quilc a, a smail community on a weekly
;olilall galhcring thnt mel II'celdy basis, II musl havc heen d~ffiCUlll
City Transport
Retarded Children
It is only within the past Iew years that
At
its
last
meeting
the
'hcro has been an impo'ta n' awa,'en... Coundl hc.,d complaintsatout 'h' ,'ate
of the specml problem of those children
who through a \'ariety of causes, among
them prc-natal injury or injury during
birth, childhood diseases and failures in
pre-nalal development, will ne\-cr rise
abo\'e a condition of total or semi-depCl:dcllce..
'lhe usual
term for this wide and varicd
.
of the bus scrvice and agrccd to ask the
company's managing director to a conference on the subject.
~ a bus service in
The problem of I'unnin[!'
St. John's in winler is nol an eas~' one.
On the olher hand, the grant of
involves acceptance of cer1ain minimum
obligations including the provision of an
group IS "rctardcd. " Their numbcrs are
grcat. In the United States it is estimated
one in e\'ery thousand will need fulllIme care throughout his lifc, four in every
thousand
can be trained to the point of
1£
adequate service and proper maintenance
of the buses in use.
The point has been rcached where the
subject calls for exhaustive study in
order that the public may be assured of a
fl'a'nchi~e
l~lat
sc -care and a measure of social acceptability and twenty-five in every thousand
will never acquire a mental age of more
than 12 years but can be It'ained lo get
along indepenc!ently but without the use
of full discretion 01' judgment.
If we were to accept thc American
figures. as quoted in an article in the New
York Timcs, as applicable to Newfoundland. we should ha\'e about 1,200 persons
in h.
.
h
h
t IS provmce wit in t ese thrce groups.
The Iirst attempt to do anything about the
Ol'ganized training of such children is the
small school c51ablished under the spansorship of the United Church Orphanage
,Board and this represcI11s an I'mportant
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may ultlmately
socIa cxpel'll11ent w 11C .
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problcm.
An editorial in the Tampa Daily Times
illustrates the need for increasing efforls
t~e
enou~h
::,J ~~'~,~:;\,~",:'~:'':,~:
:~' 5:~'i,::;:";t ,~:;;rar~b~; ,,;!:; I
oc~tlpjed
Municipal! in
Green L:mtern restaurant
Cloor. Mr. Jrl)Ic5 A)'re
a
poslti?n in the club that gal'c him
the rIght to u£e a scaling gaff a!'
memory
serl'cs
U'
IImember,.
ulaff oC IC office.
Other
charte:
I'lghl. inclu:fed Charles Hutton.
Sit' Juhn Ecnnelt, Hon, Sam Mil
Hunl, Harry COlVan.
','mccnt
Du:kc
Reginald
lIal'
I ey, These arc and
all II'C
rccall (ron'
'''~'. Ch~l'lcs
for Rotary when It wa,
harder now that there
threc
such clubs. The marvel IS thaI
spcallers can always be found.
In Rotary's loos history nlnov
oC the papcrs rcad or specche>
made at lis weckly luncheon have
today some measure of historical
5ignificance,
Olten they
\'.'i:h very Imporlant
aspectsdeal!
ot
I
the dim recesses of memory but Newfoundland's affairs, social.
Iherc were proballly a score of political and economic, and the
olhers,
collection of the best and m03t
important of Ihem Cor publicati'Jn
One
of
Ihe
principal
in a singlc
I'olume
well Far
br.'
of notary in these early days 1\'Of come
a useful
Rotarymighl
subject.
comprehensi\'c and safe service,
thc problem cif boy liCe and each too mnny valuable contributi~ns
It may be the case also that if facilities Chrislmas a largc number of cit,> to the knowledge aml study
for the swift conveyance of passengers by childrcn came for Chrislmas di,,· el our limes have bcen 101'1 to
bus were provided, fewer people would be lOCI' us IIwgucsls uf' the Club, pllslcrity [ur waul oC
inclined to brin /:In their cars to work and This
was usually
by publication
there ISsrlce·
:10
cd b~'function
Ihe Govel'llor.
Outallcn,I.\
nf it lionbt
at all Ihatuncin careful
indulge in their daily struggles with the groll' quite an important study Lf ,I lion from Ihe 1500 or mOl'r. adparking problem.
life in SI. Juhn's, notary's memo dl'c;;ses that
b,een ,ma,de b,e'
has !,ll'(JWll subslaulialiy Core Hotary uurmg Its l1[cl1me 11l
since Ihell and its projecls
st, ,lohn's would make an
bccome morc dh'crsiCied as well I esting addition 10 local b,b'lo'
I us ,larger while the group syotrm graphy,
~trength
mulliplies the number 01 sman~1'
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-ocial projects which the Cluit, The coming celebration is. 01
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course, Ihat of Rotary Intcrna'
By EARL A. DOUGLASS
tional which was Coundcd hy Pant
The notary idca
grown ancl Harris lin February 23,Y 1905. But
0
f IhTIIAT DlFJ.'ERENT WAY
:)lrcatlthrllugh Ihe years aItlIIOU:lI: IIml iSh 110ld rcason Whk Ihocal TIo,
ne 0
e most amnling fcatures in tbc cthic:li It was nol until I'ecer tly I tal 1 lary ~ ou nol mar' t cocca,
picture is lhe grcat deleren ce wc hm'e for num. dil'ersity of similar sel'vice clubs sion h,l' ulldertakin"b a~ a ne'.\'
bers and the Lord's. complele indifference 10 mode their appearance in Nc\\" project the 'collectio11 of somc of
numbers. lC we want to gct a great movement flllllldland. The 1(inslIlen, II'ho n1'C tbc addresses made 10 ii, alway!
slarted, we begin to enlist the support of as many R.
of junior Rulary, were jOrovided, of course. that the
people as we can. Whcn the Lord wants to bring fIrst. fhen. at n Inter date,
have becn preserved.
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S,pea,k·~ng Of Rh 0des SCh0Iars ....
Newfoundland's M~ln·lster Bows Out
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M~: ,ltl:;tI::or~i ~~ryw~~d
whe~ ~:~el
drlv~s to:~~,~\~rc~:~ ~~Ci~gSeDgler
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th'
FrC'~dom DC
c!om of Ihe PI'
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a scries 01 sl
I!ritain G\'cr I.'
Ihe tim~ of II
printing pre;s
,':hcn th~ e"
pr("cnl C,>rm,
SJlonsihl~ to a
ing unlimited
depe!1dcnl nn
citizenI',
I:crnrl' frl'l'l
came pstahli;i
conlend with .
oE rc;>triclinn,
First there
prinlin;!. \I'!I!'
came 10 En;
wcre ~.rr:lid
which might
lie Icarnin;!
nel',' mcriiUlll
tion from III
I\'c,e Iil"~n,rd
_ A prinler 11'1'
!!Il\'crnmcnl II
hi. licenre,
ar aln
owes
At
mL'fO~'S
s~holarship
f:~:~Jre~eo~m&!r~mO~~: o~
the poet .1 ~~
classic prJt
S~icl :'.lillon:
knO'll'. to u\l[
according to
other libertic
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\all's wcrc
until tG92, I
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be mainlaincd
tion: free pulll
discussion IhNI
all matter,; ,
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By RUTH CAMPBELL
tituue which men arc likely to acOTTAWA. Feb. 10 - John Black- quirc in some of the universities
more,
Irrepressible
and unpre·
oC Greatanuther
Britain,is Cambridge
of themand
is
diet
ablethelittle
Social Creuitor
from Oxford,
L&thbrldgc, Alberta, takes an ex· another is the Loodon school of
ll'l!mely dim view of postgraduate economics. Generally speaking,
studies of Canadians at British IIni- when a mnn has graduated from
I'crsltlcs. and or Rhodes scholars anyone of these he is a SOCialIst.,'
In particular.
•
in his ideas; he Ls a ~ntralizer:
Speaking inin ,the
Commons
on knows
he thinks
in Ule
world
W~dnesday
support
of federal
hoWnobody
to govern
a country
a~sistance to Ihe provinces for ex· except his own parlicularelass,
tensIon of education. Mr. Black· and that Ihe provinces cannot pos·
more, himsclf 1\ graduatc oC t!IC sibl)' prod',lce people capable of
UniVersity
scored
Nell" gOI'ernins.
foundland's orminister, Jaclt
Picker.!o'
Mr, Pickersgi1l: On a question
gill, lor II slanu "typical of Rhodes oC privileg'~, I am not nor have
scholars"
thinking.
ever
been a socialist.
am not
As Hansard
r~porls It:
a centralizer.
was arguing
all
lttr. Blackmore: Thc lI!inister of afternoon agaInst centralization,
Citizenship and Immigration seems and the hon. member is now arguto feel that just to make a grant Ing for centralization.
to
a general That
sort nessJllr. IIlanln: I think too in fairo( the
wayprovInces
is quite !nunsound.
In the news item about the small school
kInd of thinking Is typical' of Some hon. 1Ilembers: Oh, oh.
• th U C 0 h ng it as stated that
A KICK IN THE TEETH
Rhodes scholars. It is typical of Mr. Martin: -to !.h-a hon. memIn
e , . rp an, e
W
,(Hamilton Spectator)
these burzaucrats whom we have her for Greenwood who Is not In
an association of parents has already been Once again the British car busIness I C d in SU<.i1 great numbcrsthe house; that I s.houJd say that
,'i organized as part of the work of training. has been dealt a resound4tg kick In the
Jllr. Pickersglll: On a question he is a graduate of Oxford uni,
" And tIle fact that these parents have one of its supposed frIends. The rnuch.publlc!zed of privilege, I am not and never versity', re\'ealed a genuI'ne enthusiasm in the on
boast
Rhodes scholar,
Mr. Pickersgi1l: And a lUlodes
th ofBa Toronto
I HI h man that he drove a sports car was
1I1r,a Blackmore:
I have given scholar.
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,:' enterprise and their own role in contri- k t ~ arr e g way at 117 miles an hour-and ilie minisler the opportunity to Mr. lIlarlin: AntI a Rhodes scher
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d b dl b
ep own to that speed only because the road mak'.)' a statement which has re- br; and 110 onc can call the hon,
, butmg to ?ts succes~ as un ou te y een was ley-will iimply confirm the widespread mis. leased him from a goot! deal or member for Gr<:enwood a socia,_ a heartenmg expe1'lence for the voluntary conception thnt the reason for buying such a sllspicion, because he certainly has Jist.
workers who are responsible for initiating
Is Ihat It Is fast, when in point of fact Its acted like an Oxford graduate. a Mr. Blackmore: I, will grant
and operating this \'e!'J' fine social effort. real vIrtue 15 the pleasure and safety whIch lIs
scholar. Generally speak· lhat there nre exceptions to every
.
handllng and road-holding qualities oHe t I l mg, ,men who have graduated fr,om ruic, but on;~ more I a~, glad, I
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speeds Such lunacy Is on
f th rIa ega ,th'e London school of econonllCS, gave the 1I1lmster or CItizenshIp
,
hleb 'h
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e arm 0
e p ncera In have the Idea in t.'lcir narrow and Immigration thc chance to
w~ t e Brllish car business Is caught, The other minds that they can t€ll anybad)' c1'~ar bi.s name oI a suspicion,
Is provIded by the mope-the stilffy and conceited on the face of the earth how to whlcb lurks in many places.
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Indh'ldual who pobbles down the open highway !lve, that they know all aoout it
It was Lowell Thomas who first brought at a steady 35 miles 'an hour, convinced oC his own and consequently \l'e cannot lla\'e
the name of Thomas Edward Lawrence to vIrtue and obliviowi to the havoc he is creating a country like Canada $oundly gov•
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in the trafIlc behInd hIm 5 h eop
' I h
erncd unless all p~\\'er centres
the nqt1ce of a world which was-delighted liking fo th
t
' . uc f
eave
B right here in Ottawa where you
1955 CHAIN
lmall
to th
find relief from the dreary' stalemate IIsh 8edB: ;h:~s :::d :octontohmeYca~ tarBe r
Eibn1g- LocandPut thesh_~' gl'faduates of tIlc
W
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espona e
n on sc UV\ 0 economics at
on e ~ter~, ront In t .e hlg rO?la~be for the .frequent grumbling about "those. little work doing the job.
LINK No.3-Eldon Lodge
tales of a brIlliant Englishman leadmg English cars that block the traffic"
, ~Ir. Martin: Will my hon, friend No 17 Fort n C II
Arab tribes in desperate guerilla warfare
-:0:taken at
against the' Turks.
THE NIGHT DRIVERS
,
Is
of ade.... .......... $20.113
Lawrence \Vas 'not' quite 30 years of age
A few ~at; Thomas 2~lmeS'Joldurnal)
ihlm to sug.g:lSt that my colleague,
wh n r
ts f h' d ' 1 d h' f
)'8 ago' a
,year·o transport truck the Minister of Citizenship and 1m,
e
~p?r 0 • IS armg. ea ers IP. 0 driver belonging to Sault Ste Mar was kUled when' rnlgratlon; was a Rhodes scholar.
•
Arab raldmg partles and anmes were first his lO-wheel vehicle ran off the road after striking He Is not a Rhodes scholar, but ' •
heard. Acknowledgment, has ,been made a juttlng'out piece of a,rocky cut; The time was in fairness to him I think I should
tn and look over our fino
by recognized authorities of the usefulness 4 a,m., and pDlice, believe he had dozed at the say that he enjoyed a
MOBILE HOMES
, of his:.effortsJri tne:desert war 'but
w:lle he drove•. Many accidents have oc'
'Available on low down pay·
: 'he faUeti':to"6btain' for the Emir Faisal
cartl,lthS weIhi asI am sl1re myho!i; friend wo?ld ment with terms from $15,60
t'h' ,·.'K'" d
f
,.
, ,'.. .. . ,. as eep a ~ w ee not want to make any,disparagmg weekly
, ~OI!, ,,~n ..e., mg om 0 Irak~, he went during hours of, darknelS. They may have been remarks In vlew of this lttlorma'.,
intO
ultimately seek- drlv.lng long hOUri and be,come. tlred, but there tion .. '
.,..
2% miles out TO'rbay Road.
ing, ~t;l.~~ymity, liS a mechanic first in the is a particular danger about nlght drivIng be- . Mr. ,BI~ckml)re: My remarks "For further,informotion and
R~.'
' th e R ,·A'" cause
theengine
loneliness
of the
we. re not
mtended
b!Ie litera t ure con tact
.., il. 'Tank; Corps and later 111
hum ofofthe
which
ha road arid
ili the rhythmic
bl
source
from
which toa dlspar.age
man gds the
He ,was killed in' a motor eyele accident. effect on the bral~
s a, .Iopor c or num ng money with: which he goes to ·unl·, TORBA Y TRAILER SALES
,,_ ,_ ~ ' . "
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~rsity, but to .disparage the at· ept21,mons,tf ,
FOr~D
"AI the li:ne
hi' ~aid, "t:IC U
I,n~~r'
I
sor~
to'REE
Special
ohjertil'e~
prcser~alion
to do something for children of low intel- some great enlerprlse to achievement, lIe begins
•
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I •
"
cuttlng down the numbers of adherents unUl lIe
ligence quotlents. Words,' It says, can- has a little, solid core of people upon whom He'
not convey the heartbreak and hopeless- can rely. In delense of many of' our actlons we
ness which has in the past been associated exclaim "Everybody's doIng It" The only defense
with the retarded child and his saddened God makes of any action Is that it conforms to the
family. Misunderstanding .of this condi- perlect
law hearts
of rIghteousness.
Into the
of everyone of us God has put
tion h as caused many family break ups a voice called conscience Gene'ral G' n L C
•
. ar·
an nee, ess ee mgs
0f gUl'It an d seIf- penter, of the English Salvation
Armyeoroe
bas written
f 1 in the last few years some, very telling words' about the . Ignored
dl Only
d
accusation.
has the problem of retardation come out conscience:.
into the open where it may be fully dis- "The ignored conscience becomes the dulled
cussed and more clearl" understood."
conscIence. The VOice, of God In the soul can be
.,J
s!lenced by habitual dIsregard,
There was a lime when an occurrence "One of the gre'test f t d •
.
. d . famI
' l Y \\T'3 S l' k ed bdenlea.th the fallaclDus
" argument
0
0 ay 5 snares Is llldden
of mental I'11 nes5. IJll
lhat
'other
people
I
It
I
a
h erc ,are o. - th ng Is not right because many approve
upon liS a socIa
Isgl'ace,
parents who have had the same curious ~f It. On the conlrarj', In an age wheh there!s
sense of shame about a child who is men- hltle regard for God's Word, popular acclaim
retarded. Perhaps this feeling has shoUld,
a danger
J
Don t be
count
nOSeS sIgnal."
f Ii I d '
delayed constructive action. But where about thlngs in a di~~ 0 ~w a s. The Lord goes
the problem is getting close .attention,
eren: way.
, • t
-:0
parents h ave b een b rought ac t IvelY 111 0
the education field. A school can aceompUsh, only, so much. The parents must
take up where the school leav,es off.
of
the
sr. JOHN'S,
NEWTOlINDLAND•
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Evacnation Sltip
Freedoin Of The Press
A"l'ive~
I
Protect Yourself I Named Minister,
From Colds
"The 'Right O'f The Public To Know'~
the question of whether a de!ihl.
tion may not restrict ire<!dom.
rrr.~ Ilublic opinion anel [rre
Lonl l{enyon. an eminent Brit·
llisCl',sinn arc recognizcel . as
Ish judge, once described tile lib·
InulIIlnt!lIl1s •01 dcmocrac),. The
erty of the press in England this
\ray In wblel1 tbls !,rlneijlle has
way:
hrcome wuven Into Ihe lIu\Vrll·
lI'n l'onstitution 01 Ihe Unlte,1
"A man may pubJlsh anyllilng
which 12 of his countrymen (a
Kinlldolll, and hence passed on
jury) think Is not blamable, but
10 Canalla, I~ dlsclIssell In the
h~ ought to be punls.'x!d It he pub.
rollowlng artlcle-one o[ a Cana.
Ii~hes that which is blamable."
dian Press serels on matters
.
.
nlfecllnll freeelol1l of the press.
DEB~TABLE
POINT
\\'rllien For The CanaLlian Press
That statement would Imply tht
By FRANK FL,UlEltTY
freedom to publish Is part of the
Freedom of th~ press Is part oC LONG STRUGGLE
The strugslc of the press for the commoo law of England. 1£ it Is
th~ constitutional and eult1lral her·
ilu~1) Canada receh'ed from the right to report Parliamentary pro· that and not part of the constltu·
wcnt on in the second tiDn, as Mr. Justlce Cannon seemed
rnitecl Kingdom. Eminent Jurists ceedin"!
b
half
or
the
18th centllry and 11'35 to think, It can be changed and
I'r,th in Canada nnd in the United
l\il1~dom hal'e pronounced It an characteri:eu by n:.1merous ar· restricted by act ol PnrJlament.
I,,.!entinl part or our s)\I(.~m of r~~L;, fines and punishments In· TIle Parliament of Canada ~nd tho
dL'mocrat!c Parlia mentary gOl'ern· Clieted on reporters and editors of legislatures o! the provInces can
the pioneer newspapers and news· and ortM do change the common
ment.
Sinel' the British COl1J;titution Is letters. The press had lis cham· I&\\'. 'lUley could do it simply by
IInwrilten it contnins nn pr~clse pions \\'it,l)in Parliament itself and defining more things that may lx!
ele!lnltion of this freedom. Nelt..'1er there were num\)rous debates hI}' "bIRmable", telling a jury what to
(;ors th~' British North America fore It became aceepted l!lat news· find "blamable".
ACI under whirh the British con· papers ha\'e a right to report Par. If freedom of the press I.s part
stitutional syslem hecame alii· l1~mentary debates without 1'cgu· or the un wr It te n constitution
latioJl or e~nsor5hlp.
clearly. It can't be restricted by
einlly Implanted in Canmla.
'rhat act says Canada nhall ha\'e Almost coincident with this de· 'Parllament or a provlnclallegisla.
\,clopment came the extension of tur~. So far as Canada Is con.
a constitution "similar in principle the
franchise and the change In cerned it cnn't even be restricted
II' t\Jat of the Uniled Kingdom."
the
British
political system from by a ci1ange made In the British
'I"hc imnlications or this were
paintell ilp b,' 1,11'. ,Justice J•. A. the rule of the few to the rule of cnnstirutlon since It Is laid down
that Oanada shall have a comtltu·
Cannon of the Supr~me Court 01 Ole many.
The
third
handicap
imposed
on
tion similar to that of the United
Canada In a judgment elcli\'cred
th~
carll'
British
pr~ss
was
taxa.
Kingdom-at
the time of Confeder.
In lD38 on laws pasml by the
tion. Prior to 1861 paper uscd In "tion.
Alberta legislature.
printing Was heavily taxed. This This view fOund support In at
"'REE FOUSllATlOS
ttl); servcd to make ncwopapersl least one officIal ~tatement from
"AI the time u[ C(,"(e~eraUon." hir,h in price. Was an Interierence the govcrnment.o[ Canada. At the
hI' ~lli~. "t:le United Kingdom II'~~ with the public's right to know second General ASSl!!mbly of the
a d~mu:racy. Democrac), cannot which may hnv'~ hed some ·conse. l'nlted Nations the Canadian dele.
b~ maintained without Ils foimda· quences in American history.
gatl' said:
lion: free public opinion and free The lint axed newspapers o[ the "The people and the government
di::cmslon thl'ouglwut tile nntlon of Amerlcnn colonies flourished while of my country beileve that fl'~e.
all mattcr,~ affecting the slate t!le British press was held back. dolO o[ Information and freedom
within the limits ,et bl' the crim· .Thp colonial press publlciz'~d and of the press Are not only basic
il:31 code and the common law." g~\'e full "UP?Olt to the Ideas of freedoms in themsclves but are
l'rNdom o[ discussion and free· the !"C\·olutlon.
e.sscntlal to the exercise of the
d~R1 or the prcs, h2came part of Thc late Prof. Harold Innis says: othcr basic Creedoms. Democracy
the British con~1itlltion only nllcr
"Thc promlncnt role or Ihe news. Implies that the ultimate responsl·
a scries of struggles waged in paper In the American R~\'ollltion biiity for government poJlcles Is
f!ritain ol'cr l.'lrce cenluries-fl'Om I"as recognized In the !irst article determined by tIJ.~ people.
Ihr tim,~ of thr jm'elltion of the of Ille Bill of Rights, (forbidding
rrintln~ pl'C,S. d01l'1I Itl the time Congrcs~ 10 nbridge freedom of B,\SIS OF JUDGMENT
when th~ cOllstilution took its thr press). 'fltc mOI'ement towards "Unless the people have free and
pn';ent f,)rRl. all exrclItil'e r~· r~~trletion of the PL'eEs by laxes unfettered access Lhrongh \llcir in·
,'IIUIISiblc 10 a l'al'tbl11cnt IIOSSeSg· in thl) latter nart of the 18th and dep~nd'~nt news media to signifi·
ill~ ulllimited P{)II'Cr5 hut. in turn, early part or" tllC 19th century In cant facts and opinIons, waerevel'
dl'pentient nn the [!t'e vilic of all BnglalUl was paralleled b~' an in. tllesc mar orlginate throughout the
U'lnSl' IN ~mRn:S)
One o( the chief causes of abo
slenteeism in industry and in
schools is the common cold. 'fhis
troublesome disease could be avoid.
in most cases with a little care.
By keeping away from other people
who have colds, you protect your·
self from the germs they distri·
bute when they cought or sneeze
without covering nose and mouth
with a disposable tissue. For win·
ter protection against colds, keep
to a well·balanced diet and amid
wet ieet and drafts.
tnformation on pnblic alfalrs, spe·
cifically the right to report <l'~.
b:,tes in Parllilment. Parliament at
£irst dId not take kindly to letting
reporters teli the world what was
sal(l within Its lI'alls. Parliament
Itself Was cngaged In a struggle
with the kIn!! and didn't want Lh\!
ktn:: to know what was said In
their sessions because Llle king still
possesseu powers to discipline
members Who did not bc..'!a\'c as
he wIshed.
cit~~.
He[ore frr('llom of the prl's~ 1\C·
(';1011' established th~ Ill'ess lind to
contend \\'1111 !luec different (orms
o! rCl'trlction.
First therc was con trill over
printinl1. When the printing jlress
rame tn Englal1ll tile authorities
\':rr(· afraid Ilf Ihe conscquences
which might I'clult from the pub.
lie learning ton much (rom the
,ICI" melliul11 of passing Informa·
lion frum man 10 mnn. Printers
lIere 1iC'~nsed h~' the government.
A printer who printerl things the
,o\'crnmcnt tiiel nllt like could lose
hi, lIecnre.
.\1I\.TO:-i'S PIIOTEST
It was a~alnst this 5)'stem thaI
the poet .Tohn ~lilton wrote his
cl~,slc protest. "Areopagitica".
S:id Milton: "Gh'c me liherty to
1:111'111'. to utter and to argile frcely
nccordlng to conscience, above all
other liberties."
~Iilton's protests were Ineffective
at the t1m~. T.lle BrItish Jlcensinll
I~\\', were net allowcd to lapse
until 16~2. long after his deata.
Anothcr pha,;e of, the slruggle
\\n~ for Ihe right of the press to
.
prlJolection and asslstanee of the U. S. Seventh fleet. The Nationalist Chinese civilians and troops
are expeeted to be all remov,ed by the end of the week.
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Cd.
ana· Ian A'
rmy
News1etter
'
Dear Friends:
I remembeer I first wrole to YOII
just a monl'! ago. Then I lidn't
knl1\\' what to say, now I find
I hel'.:! more to say than time to
say it I hate writing letters usual·
Iy, but I do Uke writing to YOIl.
Is It because you can't anSWcr
me back?
"
I don't like the word "expert"
and I don't suppose any really in·
formed man wouW call himself one
but if lhere Is such a thing as
an expert on Current Affairs It Is
Mr. F. H. M. Jones, Advisor of
the Bureau of Current Affairs of
the Department of National Dc.
fenC'~.
Friday, 11 Feb. '55,. Mr. Jones
completes a course which he has
been cooducting here since Mon.
day, 7 Feb. '55. The pUlpo,e of
the course is tWOfold. First to In.
form us and Sl!!C(}ndly tll train
some of us to be discussion group
leaders. Because &oldiel1S do not
oc
~iUcs,
for walls, counter tops and splashhaclcs
FOR MORE INFORMATION,
SEE:
,
.\.
DIAL 6911
don't tll!nk t.'ley are not Interested
in the doings and thlnklngs of the
ch'lIIan world. On the contrary,
th'2 Army encourages Its members
to read and think. But that is not
enollgh, Ulere must be discussion
for exchange of idea and flexl.
blllty of thougllt, so the orderlY
discussion group is set up. I as·
sure you the leader of a discus·
sion group ntX!ds all the skill Illat
training can give.
.
Mr. Jones was at one Ume Ma·
nager of the Eastcrn Trust Com·
pany at Halifax. lIe Is also a law·
yer and fur a time taught Law of
Insurance at Dalo.iousle. He nas
also lectured In Arid and Sclcnc·~.
If YOII tllink you can shoot you
should match yourself Malnst the
Cadets of St. Patrick's Hall School.
Of their 90 cadets, 21 have fired
a possible score of 100 during
their annual classification. To
meke this score, a cadet must
firo 20 bulls In sueC{!ssJon on a
one inch buli. You will agree tilat
thi~ calls for extreme effort on the
part of haUl eadel~ and Instruc·
lor.~. The Jist of winners of the
Gold Snlppers Pins Is too long to
give you un at once, but I will
name 50m2 now and the others
ne"t week. Captalns - E. Adams,
D. Dunne anu C. Green. Sgt.
D. Jolliffe. CSM W. Leei Lieuten·
ants - D. Mallaro, M. Murphy,
R. ~Iurphy, CQMS - W. Murphy,
W. Macke)'; Lance Corporals - A.
Halfyard. and W. O'Neill. St. Pat·
rick'., Hall shooting rnn!(e al·
though Improl'ised Is extremely
snfe. It is loc·nted in the base·
ment of tile schoo!.
Nine memberS of the Cadet
Corl'S of Holy ~ss School have
completed a coorse on Driver
Maintenance. The last four pe·
nods and the relit were conducted
b:\' Sgt. Foster of the I and A
Cadre.
Cpl. R. G. Organ who 15 Clerk
Adm. liB" Q)y R Nfld. R Is tak·
fng a two week COlll'5C In Clerk
Adm. at the RCASC School In
Borden.
Sergeant Major Chilton (WO 2)
~nd SoSgt. Richardson (boll! of
I and A Cadre) are conducting a
Senior NCO Course and the COTC
Phase II (Militia) Course [or tho
215 Bty. RCA and "A" Coy R
1Nfld.' R at CorneT Brook. They
plan to give a proJeetionisL~ course
til liB" Cc.y R Nnd. R at Grand
Falls.
You haVe heard It said that,
"The Best is not good enough".
Tile Army tak'ils that as true and
Is always trying In Improve itsell
and its equipment. Because of
Ihls attitude our paratroopers DOW
have a new parachute. The old
one Was 28 ieet in d1amct~rt gave
you a violent jerk on opening and
fell at the rate of '22 feet per sec·
ond. The· new one is 35 f~et, has
DC jerk and reduces speed of rle~·
cent to 16 feet per second. ThIs
makes an easier landing; Llk(l to
try it?
The Canadian, Officers Training
Corps (COTe) of the Memorlal
University arc well on with their
Sports Programme. The Inter·
service eom)l'illlUon fop the Outer·
brJrlge Trop..'1y (ooskelball) will be
played In the Wllversity gym on
a date to be announced. I don't
know If they consldereft the COTC
and UNTD Ball held in the Of·
fl~~I'S' Mess lant week a part of
thi~ programme but, they gaVe It
strict attention. Oh \Veil, "all work
and no play" you ,know.
Last week I attributed a quota·
4.
IandPtes.Officers'
Mess.
'Bark'2t, Healey, Ryan and
l\!cHugh
the Royal Ncwfound·
Ihand
Regiment at Grand Falls
ave gOne to Halifax for a three
of
Iweeks
Reg i men t a I Signallers
Cuurse. Successful completion of
A TlrrTeekiD
y .LT ea tU1,Ae
tior. to Sheridan. In that, I did
him no good but the real au~~or
great wrong. Sgt. Kite was a crea.
lion of a .genUeman named Far.
quhar who wrote in 1706 and had
done some soidlering in his time.
The method of recruiting howe,er
continued tor many many ~·ears.
.
means Group 1i "T" surmounted
by a crown, group 3 and "T" sur· The Soviet Parliament, meetln!!
mounted by a crown and sur· In Moseo\l', bas Damed Ma-Ioal
rounded by a wreath mea ns group Georgi Zhukov (above) to· ....
the
A U. S. Marine checks oU refugees as evacu3t1o.n of the Tacben Islands Is carried out under the
III l!le United Stales."
• nnd impeded In their efforts to
Britain became a ~opular democ· judge wisely the Issues they arc
called upon to face. This would be
PAI'ER TAXI~S ABOLlSlJED
a very serious limitation on the
r~cy only after the press was efficiency of what wc call democ·
freed by thc abolition of ~e taxes r~cy."
on paper. The principle of self· As the role (If the state In ecogCl'ernment for th·2 overseas part.; nomic and social affairs increases,
of the Empire became estabJlslJed attacks on freedc.m of the press
around the same time. Historically, tend to take a new line. It Is AomGthe establlsnment of Canada as a times alleged that ptivatcly-owned
free democracr and Its &ubs'~quent newspapers do not and cannot be
srO\\1h under the Parliamentary cxpected to give the publ!c the real
~y;tem 'Is linked \\'ith and, In large faclll, that state Intervention or
measure, due to the freeing of the state control Is neces&ary to propress from tha tl'lple curbs of:
tcct the public's rlgat to know.
1. Government con t r 01 over This view was so strongly held
printing;'
by a sectlon Oif the British Labor
2. Parllamentary control over party that tll~ last British Labor
access to Information on public aI. government sct up a royal com·
felrs;
mIssion to report on how a free
3. Excessive and discrlmlnatory pres.s In the United Kingdom was
taxes.
,.'
doing its job.
The question now troubling many The C(lmmisslon reported In 1949
believers In democracy 'Is w.heth~r and found \10 case for state owner·
t.'lat freedom is secure or whether ship or control of tlJe press. lis
It can or sho~d be reinforced bY/ significant fInding was "In onr
sC'me written law or rule. Those vJ.~1I' free enterprise In the proI"ho want freedom defined bya ductlon of newspapers Is a pre·
wrItten law have to face liP to requIsite ol a free press."
·USE BEAUTIFUL,
. EASY-TO-CLEAN
WATER iT,'WT
I
~~ffireM ~e~mcl~e ~~S n~,tlw~~~w~d~lim~d a~~ a~~ ~~on
..,
I
this C01ll'OO will qllalify Ulem for
Group I trades pay. When a sol·
dier becomes a. tradesman his
monthly pay Is increased accord·
Ing to his trade group. So in some
traues he may progress l rom
Group I through Groups n and
III to Group IV. '['mgL'esa of
courSe depends on how u'rij he
does his work and nis willingness
to study. You can distinguifih
"tradesmen" hy a special badge
worn on the sleeve. Thus the let·
ter "T" means Grad~5man Group
Ii "T" surrounded by a wreath
.
In spite of wbat the ma~y lugu. post of Defense Minister. The
brious people say there Is a lot position was formerly held b,
of nappiness in th·2 world. As I lIIarshal Nikolai Bulganla, the
write this, the 55 "Nova Scotia"
new Premier.
Is nearing St. John's from Liver·
pool. On board are Mrs. Jones Sandw!chets
packed
for
and Mrs. Sboebridge with their lunches should be kept in a
sm~1l cllildren coming to join cool place-ger organisms munU.
theIr husbands. Pte. Jones and
Pte. Sllocbrldge recently joined the ply rapIdly ,under wann condl·,
Provost Corps of tho Canadian Uons
Army and arc stationed here. They ,
have been about three months try·
ing to find accommodation for Sh,oe trces that become drean"
their families
looking can be renovated. Sand·
Speaking about kindn:!ss, per.1 p~pe~ lightly and follow with a eoat
haps you don't realize what a good OL thmned shenac. D~'. then put
thing you do when you Sollow some on another coat: They 11 slide Into
to a soldier. More oIten than not shoes marc ca,,!)".
~e is a stranger trying hard to fit
Illto the hfe of \'our town and to Picking children's clothes, 'keep
!"ake friends. He doc.s appreciat-~ lI:ese points in mind: Colorfast
It.
f~brics, preshrunk, stoutly made.
Until next weelc.
'fhcy should lit easily, be simple
S. N. Mu. ~nd comfortable.
t hope I have not in tile past
letters given you th2 Idea that the
Army docs nothing but work. In
Ule Army you IVil! work hard bllt
you will find many play activi·
tics. For example on Wednesday
afternoon 9 Feb. there wa5 n
groat game of volley ball played
in the DriJi Hall. Officers versus
RCEME. Officers took two out of
the three games. Opportunily i~ afforded too for hockey and all
seasonai g,ames. Tile sociai side
of the soldIer's lifc Is also foslercd
and so you find st. Valcntine'6
Day markeu by dances in tile/
Men's Cantcen, Sergeants' JIIess
TOO BIG NOW but someday it will fit. Life Insurance
. wisely planned today will guarantee your children's
education even if you should die in the meantime.
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THE DAilY
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'DAllY NEWS,.
TUESpAY,
FEB.
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. 15, 1955
. ,.PERSONAL CHIT-CHAT \'
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"ADWELL PARTY
CELEBRATING BIRTHDAY
'A JIiOIt' enjoyable evening was
Best wishes to Allison Barrett,
·.,.at it: st. .Phillips on friday, student nurse at the General Hos· I
Febrvai7 11, when members of the pital, who celebrates her 21st'
eftA Ind GF,S met to show their birthday today. Happy bir~hday,
aPtnclaUon til Mrs. Elizabeth Yet· Allison, from all the gang.
. . . who has been I Ieeen worker
in' both, orpnlzaUon.,· a.nd who has AT ST; CURE'S
Mrs. William Blndon, Cook St.,
aow left the parish to reside In st.
entered
st. Clare's Hospital early
John'" Rev. Mr. H. Torravllle.
In
February
Her
or the parish, presided. An many friendsforwillanbeoperation.
glad
to
learn
ad!lieu wu read by' Mrs. Lillian
. JlllPparcJ.aec:retary of the CEW A, that she expects to return home
wII1le preaeDtaUons were made to this weele.
Mrs. Randell Klns, Kent's Pond,
JIn;.: Yetman by Mrs. L. Starkes,
Is
at present a patient at St. Clare'S
,""deni of the CEWA, and Mrs.
.
Peirl Sheppard, presideDt 01· the Merey Hospital.
Grs/ on' behaU of their' orsanlm·
ti....·.lIrI..Yetman thanked them
FROM BURIN
lGr.tIIeIr lcind thDullhts. The lath· Miss Theresa Coady, librarian at
. . . then joined In sinpnll'''For the Burin Regional Library, arrlv·
.... I .)011)' 1l00d fellow." A de·
In the city Friday and Is at
1WOu .upper WII ierved to brlnll ed
present receiving treatment at St.
tIdI farewull party. til I close. . Clare's Mercy Hospital. Her many
friends' wish her a speedy recov·
BU81NE88 OONFEIlENCE
·JIr. C•. )I. staples of Gander. Mr. ery.
.1Ido!'
_.
roa
1oJ. Ab1Iott of Lewilporte, Mr.
a.... !'rIIIe1. of Le)Vilporte, Mr.
Dr. Jordan
Gamma Chapter,
&ta Sigma Phi,
Has Guest Speaker
I BY
I
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New York,-(NEA), From the
tropics to wintry cities corduray
has a fashion place. In tha re&orts
wardrobes, It Is featherweight
and pastel In color;, in the cities,
it's heaver and thus cued w cold
blusts.
~'or b!le tropics it goes II1to coats
raincoats, shorl.3, bathi\lg suits, sep
ereles, d!lytime and evening dress·
es. It can be starkly simple or
ric.:lly elegant. INt hef eathelivelht
It takes liP little room In a suit·
casc, eome5 out with ~imimum
of creases.
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Between Us
Women
R:
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B yALlCIA HART
It'.; 'all I'er\' Ilice, moans a tecn·
_
OF TRENCII MOUTlI IS :pger, this business of hal'ing daln·
UNCERTAIN' IT IS CONTAGIOUS' ty pill()wS on l~le bed and a neal
,_
closet with c1:I ):e, care:·:!l\)· ar·
Vincent's infection or t r en e h ranged.' But what If yoU share a
mouth as it Is co~monlY called, room with an awful Iitt:·~ si~ter?
h .an extraordinary condlt:on. Two This problem crops up very of·
mlcrobcs arc a) most aiwa)s .foun~·1 tel! in the!e dayS of homes sm11ler
A corkscre~·.hke, o~·~ whIch IS than the families therein. The
known as Vmcent s .sPlroch~te and beauty-eager teen·ag·~r· ,; e ttl e s
a germ·shaped one, somethll1g like down to a session with a razor
a duml>bc~1 narrowed a~· ~ ~ t h and leg cream. only to be razzed
ends. WhIch of thes~, If .eltler, out of the room by a si::t~r and
cau5~s tren~h moulh IS. ~hl\ un· her gruesome cchorts. complete
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certal.n. It ~s sUre, ~ol\e\cr. that with r2pellent water"uM.
! . the dIsease IS contagIOus and can
..
be spread from one peroon to
Pleading' to the family Ihat one
another.
hns simp!)' get 10 l]al'e a room of
If trench mou!"'1 starts suddenh' one's own docs no good. Th~re
pain is aiways prescnt. The mouth jusl isn't a room to spare.
and tongu'2 burn like lire al1d ex· The bnthrcom is shared b~' the
cessive salivation is the rule; entire family, so thaI's out as a
sometimes the salil'a becomes nc· beauty hideout.
tually bloody. The breath smells
'.
foul and there i.s a melailic taste The ~ventual ans~l'er Is.lhat that
in the mout1l. In children sor~! kn?bby.kneed spec!men l~ s Don
throat fever nains in the muscles gOing to want a \JUle fllppery of
and j~ints, difficulty in swallowing ~er ?wn and will stay C;tt of your
and the appearance of severe ill· hpslleks ~nd keep her .fllc..'1ds from
ness arc not uncommon.
p)aying hlde.a~d-seck m )'I>ur dre;·
THE LINING OF the mouth ma~' smg table skIrt.
ulcerale and sometiffi'~s an actual
:\;'~anwhilc, see if Ihere 15 a clo·
mem])rane .r0rn~s \\'hi~h can ~e set or cabinet W spare someplace.
confused WIth dlp!1thena. The JO. Or build yourself one. Some fa·
voh'e~ areas. around the gums and I milies hal'c ancient' clothesprcssc~
throat ar~ m~amed .. tender, and, slored all'a)' that take a coat of
b!e-ad e.asliY If pres05ed..
pastel paint quil·~ well. Tear out
E.':lphn.g I~e!h or teeth m poor and rearrange shclves. Paper ami
paslllon, III·flttmg cro,wns or other paint. Make it your beauty and
def.turcs, poor ~yglene of the ciotlles wardrobe, just as pretty as
moulJ1 (that is fa!lure \0 keep t?c you please.
teeth d~an) and mterference WIth
nutrition of the gums often bring Then YOIl can get your predo\l.•
on trench mouth. ('eriain vitamin lipsticks and veh-;n hair ribbons
deficiencies, particularly dericien· cut of harm's way. Make a deal
cies of vitamin C and B, chronic with sistcr. She has friends in
mr.lnutrition, ceria in b I 0 0 d di· for their fiendish games on sUch
seases, and sel'eral disturbanccs and such an afternoon, but YOIl gel
(}[ the digestil'c tract enlcr inlo tho room another day for record·
the pictUre also.
playing with friends, or home per·
ITS TREATMENT is complieat I mzn·~nts. And no butting In.
cd anri generally takes quite a"
.
. .
long time. Smoking and alecho.' Throw l~ R. smail bnbe If ~11P.
!ic il~verages arc strictly prohi·: lIeeds convmcmg: An aftern?O" of
bitcd, highly spiced and seasoncd \ b;:,skctball coac.iung or a dnve to
foods must also be al'oided. In th~ country WIll! !ome tolerant
acute varieties, rest in bed is ns.! frIends of your:!.
ce.;:ary · .
I ld
. t f ft 'I'!Jen, all you can do Is walt.
1I1e dJet s lOU conSIS 0 so
foods and in some cases ~xtra vi· - - - - - - - - - - CLEAR TmlATO SOUP
tumins arc gil'en. Cooperation be'l
l\~ cups sliced onions
tween Ihe dentist and physician
3 tbsps. butter
often brings the best and qllickest
2\~ cups canned tomatoes
rcrolls.
1" tsp. sal t
ANYTHING WHICH lowers tile
1;' IsP. pepper
vitulity h'~ips \0 bring on trenc.1t
\" tsp. oregano
moulh. During war,s or famines
3 cup.s becf bouillon
Irhcn hundreds of thousands of
1 cup Ehreddcd sharp
pecple arc not gelling enollgh to
cheddar cheese
cal and arc subject \0 great stress
(optional)
alld strain trench m 0 u t h often
Saule onion in hillier until cI~ar. spreads
like wil<i!irz. After any
Add tomatues ami cook fil'e mi·
wasting
ilincss,
too, a person be·
nuLes longer. Add scasonin~s ami comes more susceptible
then wo!1en
I bouillon. S i 01 m c r 10 minules. thing.., arc going \l'cll. But
some·
I Strain. Serve with shrcdded chcd·
i dar cheese. ~[ak~s four servings. times it pops up in those who are
in good condition too.
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BY GAILE DUGAS
eOrYRIGHT
Franks, Kraut and Pineapple
Is DeUciousiy Differnt Dish
THE STORY:
Johnny Fletcher
Sam Cra!l9 are
t.cllve after Le
'n th' murder
michael 111. weI
In the .partm.
Cummings. Joh,
the Iklp.tr.r~r '
.d by Alice CI
she gan him I
full of old coin!
11111. The bank
• clue to the I
Ing I call on
the murdered
lind Sam '"~tt
the vl~t1m Jaml
Hertha Calstol
Allee Cumming
young Jess' fir
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''1 like the"
see cousin Jcs
"Mmm. could yl
who, lel's say.
years ago?"
"You name 11
him."
"What docs a
ally geU"
'Ten bucks,"
inadvertentlr
Johnny ga\'e
again. "FIII~nl;
Inn't skip traei
work."
"Same thing
Sutton.
"Skip tracing
1\ b!ll is minlJl
1\ man who's
takes real dp-t
Today's Recipe
LOW----
pRlCE-
Household Hints Sew It In ADay!
II your child has cut his knee
and bled on his or her nicest en·
, semble, don't despair!
i
I Watcr first. of course. Cold wa.'
1 ter applied to fresh blood slains
will usually take th'~m alit. A
I small amount of synthetic cleaner
in the water h~lps.
FRANKFURTERS. WEARING PINEAPPLE RINGS. 'op Ih\R lIa·
wallan ~auerkrau' dlsb.
Sponge with a clenn cloth, and
if the stain persists. let the arcn
U,' GAYNOR MADDOX
ROu~n·Up CASSlmOl,E
afkctcd dry, and t.'1cn us'~ a dr)'
Bill 'Moore of Oak Park, Ill.,
(31al,c5 >1 Sen'ings)
cieaning £Juid.
knows his saucrkraut recipes. He One No.2 can saucrkraut, 1 tea·
should be calise he is secrelary of spoon caraway ~ e e c\ s, 1~ ~UJl
RADASONIC
the National Kraut Packers Asso· chopped onion, 4 h'ankfml'~rs, mus,
The ndio Ihat;J different. Has
ci~tion. He lells us sauerkraut tard, 2 tablespoons buller or mar·
acoustically designed cabinel
with pineapple from tha land ofl gr.rine, 1 ,package frozen Frcnch
and Iwin 5" speakers mounled
the hula dancers Is one of hioS fa· fried potatoe,;, salt.
on a remoYable swinl base ro
vorites.
COin bin c saucrkraut, cara·
beam the sound where 10U
"'anl it - Powerful 6.lube
KRAUT AND FRANKFURTERS, way seeds alld onion; mix well.
chassis Ilives Ilrealosl sensi·
IIAWAIIAN
Turn inlo grcased z\~.qllart casse·
tivily and selectivity. Cuslom
rol\!. Cut frnnldurters in b a I I
(l\lakes 4 'Sen'lngs)
lengthwise without cutting all the
cr.11 cabine~ of $ 69 9S
setecled 1m· I
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One No. Z can sallcrkraut, 2 tao \\,ay through. Sprcad' mustard ill
pOrled woods.
blespoons blltter or margarine, v~ opening •. Siash frankfurters in four
cup chopped onions, 6 slices callMd places crosswise. Arral)ge mus·
pineapple, 6 frankfurtcrs.
tnrd franks around edge of cassc,
. Combine sauerkraut, butter or role on top of sauerkraut mixture,
or
margarine and onions. Turn into IIIclt butter or margarine m'er
greased lll.&.quart caE,serole. Top low heati ~dd frozen French fried
with pineapple and frankfurters. potatoes and sautc 5 minutes. Turn
Bake In mod-~rate oven (350 de· into casserole on top of sauerkrallt.
grees F.) 45 minutes.
Sprinkle liShtly wiUI salt. Bake
Bill Moore has a round·up cas· In moderate oven (350 d~grees F.)
serole recipe, too. Says it is great 30 mlnules.
eating,
find your ~Itin soft anrl white be·
TANGO
l(}w the s(}ckline, and hard and rerl
As gay as sparklin,: 15 its
abol'e. The looks odd when you're
name implies. Smartly slyled
dressing in slockings for a date.
in gleaming/lastic wilh con·
Knee socks arc a good gambit to
trasling gol trim. Powerlul
The bl. majorlt", of medical Keep
.Pretty
teethwhile
makeand
a pretty
smile.
a\,Qid this entirely.
radio and concert speakergire
. MRS;" JUlY CRANE
them
sparkling.
.Imazing perlormance. Avail·
prelCription~
now
are
for
medlThree
brushlngs
a
day
are
neces·
'Phem.· 3564
Look at thz diagram - even a
~ble in walnul, $ 29 9S
cines that didn't even exist 15 sary-mornlng, noon and bedtime.
.. ory, red or
•
beginncr
can
whip
up
this
honey
, MOrc if you like.
kiKhen wbile.
. BY ALICA HART
·MIS.· ~THERIN!. 'F,OSTER year. 1110.
of a dress in a day! FEW pattern
During winter, most of us add
purts, minimum 1 details-a world .
~--------------~----------~~----to our beauty routines 50methlng •
of .style! Curvy neckline, 'fitted :
extra W counteract the action of
bodice and flared skirt are
cold' wet weather. It may mean
smart, so-o·o flattering! Choose'
wp I\!ave the house with our faces
rayon print, failie, cotton.
shiny as greased apples, but We do
Pattern 4553: Miss'~s' Sizes 12,
defeat the elements.
14, 16, 18, 20; 30, 32, 34, 36, 38,
Legs afe more difficult. .Any
40, 42. Size 16 takes 3~k yards
cream or lotion that dosen't sonk
39-inch.
In. properly mak-as. ,it Impossible
This pattern easy 10 usc, simple
to ,pull stockings on. Alld with leg
Daughter looks so .prctty In this to sew, is testcd for fit. Has com·
.sporting a hard, shiny 5urface com·
adorable pinafore! Her favorite plele ilIuslraled instructions.
SAMBA
plete with scaly peels, practically
whirly 'skirt - saucy bow tics Ies beautifut lustrous scralch
nothing docs soak in,
evcn a "ballet slipper" pockct of
Send THIRTY·FIVE CENTS (35
r~sislanl plastic cabine. can·
Attack the prohlem the night be·
coiorful embroider.y!
cents) in coins (stamps cannot be
lains a "Powupak" cbusis
fore. JlIst afler a good warm bath
aeccpl~d) for this pattern. Print \
and concur speaker 10 assure
Patl'.!l'D 7055: Child's Sizes 2, plainly
or shower, you notice that )'our
you .be finest in radio recepSIZE, NAME, ADDRESS,
4, 6, '8. 10. Tissue pallcrn. em· STYLE NUMBER.
lpgs look almost human. Wh';)n you
tion. In hory,
broidery tranofer. Stale size.
step out of 'the tub, give them a
Walnu., Blue or $, 34.95
Send order ~ ANNE ADAMS.
, Gr~eD.
'.' good' stiff rub With a, terry. towel.
Send
TWENTY·FIVE
CENTS
In
care of ST. JOHN'S DAILY NEWS
This will get' circulation going and
coins for this pattern (stamps can· (Pattern Dept.) 60 FRONT ST.,
r may rUb. off sOJl1Q of the scaliness.
not be accepted) to ST. JOHN'S WEST, TORONTO, ONTARIO.
Then, ~ive' yourself an anointinr,
DAILY
NEWS. (Household Arts
with a' soothing , socking liquid.
Dept.)
60
FRONT ST., WEST,
Many womcn find that Baby iotlon
Is Iile ideal 50lutlon, Rub' it In lI'all Brutal weathcr tllrnS le~s into TORONTO, ONT. Print plainlv
and give. yourself a' massage as. a a mass of shiny scales. lIassage NA III E, ADDRESS, PATTERN
pleasant, to.boct.-'·
with a softening lotion can keep NUMBER and SIZE.
. •Don't hop right Inw bed, but let them lovely looking even under.
Limited
the lotion' soak In well. I( YOIl feel this winter's sheerest hose.
WONDERFUL is the word for There is nothing more feminine
you've' been 'lax, give yourself n
our NEW Alice Brooks Nc;)d1ecrafl or aliuring than a whiff of lovely
s~cond coat.
..
If you wear glaises" especially Catalog for 1955. Exciting, en· perfume, but see that it is only
DUCKWORTH ST.
this needs' keeping up, for wea. glasses in thc plastic frames, play ehanting-{}ur new designs arc atl a whiff. f you are going to be
OAL 80125
.iller .do~s Its nasty wor~ eao:t day, your eyclaslt~s up Wi!':l mascara. thaI-and even more! Send 25 out in the open a g·aneroo.s dosc
A tip for teen.agers who wear In this \y,ay ,lIe gla,sses will.f1at· cents for ypur, copy of this terrific isn't \00 bad, but in a room or
ankle :soclls: change the height of tcr your eyes, ralher than detract catalog-NOW! You'll Ivant to or· heated building it can be almost
your socks olten.
you'll' from them. . .
, der every wondcrful design in It!' offensive to others.
feb14,eod,tf
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Household Hints
,,'he.
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EDWIN P. JORDAN, M. D.
Can. Be Simple Or Elegant I
L.. S\dJmU' ,and Mr. 1. Grandy Df
Grand riD.. Mr. Angus Stronll.1If
ClIrenviU".lnd.Mr. W. G. Locke
I\IULTIDtTY. ~OAT
ci Ginder .anived In the city by
Unlined featherweight coal(\eft)
tIie elPnu'OIl Suilday to attend a
Is
good company both on a trip
Hlineal 'conference with Imperal
and when you arrive. De~lgncd for
Oil Llmltecl. These men are Iii
_ployecl. with Imperial. Oil, Ind
wear day Into evening, It's In brilAt Ihe . regular meeting of liallt turquoise or eamella pink, Is
tbtlrltay in the city Ire
""ltered .. at. the Newfoundland Gamma Chapter, Beia' Sigm~ Phi pocessed for \\'·~ar in tropical down·
on January 24, Ihe cultural pro- pour, too. Oversized pockets hold
'Jlot,L
gram on voice and "ocabulan' nel'esary oddmenls, have zipper
'J'&A AND .ENTERTAINMENT
IVM arranged by the president.
· ..~. Cathedral'Men's Bible Class Miss 'Isabel Templeton. The guc~l coin pllrse Daps.
Bathing suit (right) dries like any
1rill be holdln. a tea on Wednes· ,,!!Caker for the evening was ~tlss
4Ia1.. February . 16th, from 6.30 to noreen ,Pollitt, music and eloclI cotton after a soaking In- the sea.
p.m. Ind an entertainment at tlon teacher at Bishop SpNlccr Th!,~ one has all elasticized baelt
• ,.m.' Tickets may be obtained College. lIer sllbject was l'OIce imd Innel' bra for flClire control.
front ~mbers. of the class.
quality and after an Intemtlm: French boy sllorls Inpart the long·
talk she gave some helpfui hint~ Icgged Amcricall look. IL comcs In
noM POIT UNION
lin voice projection, cnr.unclatlon
colors both light aorl. brighl,
Jlr. Aaron Blliey of Port Union nnd contr~1 01 breathing.
arrived ia' tb, city Sunday on
Gamma Chapter met again on
1IIIaIa.. and Is reilistefed at the
I
Feb.
'I lind the cultural progrnm
NewfoUndland' Hotel.
!
was taken by Mrs. Grace Butt, Ihe
IITII BOI.TBDAY .
program director. Mrs. Muriel
I
· lin. W;
Parmiter, 365 South McKay of CJON was the guest
SoUtli Bold, celebrated her 85th speaker. The program took the
blrtbda1 Monday, St. Valentine'. form.of an Informal, Interview or.
Day. Her many friends extend best "Let's talk on radio and t.ele·
wishes ,for...contlnued bealth and vision." Mrs. McKay's answers tI,
By RUTn MILLETT
many more happy days.
Ihe many questions were mo.t in
· Belated birthday greeUng~ to lerestlng and Informative. After· WIFE WHO'S ALWAYS CARPING
Carol Ann McCarthy, 49 Cochrane. ward, members of the Chapl~r CAN MAKE MATE DISSATISFIED I
If YOllr husband seems vaguely I
Street, who was 'I years old on heard their voices as recorded b:'
Februa.ry l~tb. Best wishes came a tape recorder and this 8clh'it·/ riissatlslled with ,h1.5 !i/e it could:
from her two slaters alld little I~&S very cnterlalnlng.
. bc that YOII are f"cd!nc him dlf,'
conl~nl In ~mall dally doses.
friend!.
Some wives nel'er cenSllre their
Birthday I1'cetings 10 Gertrude
Thank~ go 10 Miss Pollitt amI
McCarthY, fll. Cochrane Street, who Mrs. McKay for giving up thr.ir chatter 10 cut out the kind of tnlll
Ihat breeds discontent.
iI II years old today. Best whhes valuable time.
Such a wife will hurry 10 (o:!11
eome from her parents and her
Mrs, Eileen Thompson, Soci;;l her husband that the Smiths have
frtend! In Grade 3A at the Pres· sponsor, and Mrs. Grace Butt, a l1ew car, even though she knOll'S
entation Convent.
Program Director, were present Rl her hllsband Is already fru5trnted
by the fact Ihat his own old car
both meetings.
reruses 10 start wiLbollt being push·
ed al least two mornings out of
J
a 11'~ek.
She will pick flaws In their
fi-iends so that her husband can't
help' but come to value thcir
friendships leoSs than If she had
Most frozen mealq needn't be built up their frl3nds Instead of
thawed baiore cooking.' YOII need tearing them down,
She will talk wl~tful1y of all the
In allow longer cooking. time for
things she wouhl like 10 have llJa!
unthawed meats, of course.
she can'l aflord.
Women who go wild fur copp~r AlIra)'s Belittling
may want to pester the old man ALWAYS BELITTLING
She will kecp Ic1ling him what
for a new freezer with copper Irim
a good nianager &.'Ie Is, so that
inside and out.
he r:~ts Ihe feeling that lhe rca·
Run out of modorant? Try son they get py Is simply because
baking soda, puled on. It sbould oShe knows hOI\> to slretch his itJa·
dequate salary~ In reality his sa·
last a day.
lary may be pcrfectly adequate for
Wash
out
your
nylon
~tocklngs !he family's nC'3ds. '
; Welcome )Vago~'
She will point ollt that other men
before you wear th~m, If they're
In
the office get better treatment
" : 'HOateil . ".
brand·new.
than he gets.
_:~~ ..~nYour.D~ . Never Iron elasticized portions She wlli find faul with his fa·
cl~es, fabrics waterproofed mlly, and dread their visits •
· wltII Gilll & Gr.eun••
Sha will talk abollt how they
with
wax, rubber or other melt·
.. tn:..,iiiDillY Buan",
aren't getting any younger and say
able
coatiogs.
If.ijhbon and.Yom: .
that It doesn't look as i! they will
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To l1'O!1 over a zipper, put a ever be able w do the things' they
thiele, damJX!ned towel over \)Ie once talked, of doiog.
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H you havell't much color and Is ~ood and that' thry are indeed
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· '~"'Ml...N~~WJOI8II'I" pinle or rose 8can at th~ neck of why he Is so dissatisfied with
JOur J!lUit 'or coat. 'You'li find II il£e.
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THE STORY: Brokt a,lln :you knOll wh~t the bcttcr detee.1 Johnny froY'lIcd. "Coulon't you
ton and Llzablth l1CDtt art .'~a'd
Johnny Fltlchu 'and hll pil !th'c agcnclec chargc."
'pay somethln,{ now-just to bind
for Each Other'"
the Ihoe.k·
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Sim Crlllg Drt playing de, I "I hal'cn't I.hc slightest," Sut.: the agl'ccmcl1l'i'"
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medical drama noivJllay'in~:"' .t,
the' Star{' Th'!~tre" but' togej;er
IRcliyt afttr Ltlnl IUlpectl I ton said. 'I'r.1 wlllina to pay a' "I'm afraid I left my wallet at
In Iht murdlr of JISI C.r· f1III' prIcc, thl.ugh, to find my. home."
they are wonrlp.rful entert.lllmeJ)t
... mlchatl 111, wtlHhy playboy cousin, Lestcr Smithson."
JohnnY'5 frllwn
becmne a'
seeking' 'niotion . picture ;:,au41
In Iht apartmtnt of Alice
'What rclRtI~Jn Is he to Jess; scowl. "I wasr.'t ablc to get to:
ences. So Is 'their co.star, British
P~llji;lg
Cummlnl" Johnny had b"n Carmichael senlm'?;'
itch bank toda!' Sam, how much
newconier DiRl'ne F.liter.:';::;'::
Iht .klp-Iraf.r on I bill ow·
"Nephcw, same as I am, Uncle, money havc ynu got on you?"
Heston, who: h.~·· r~ptdIY·'JIli'it·
td by Alice Cumming. and ,Tess had two .Isters. f,lelJa and.: "Why, YO'I
know .Tohnny:
When,Tohn Ford Is at the dlr· "THE CAIN!' MUTINY"
I, ed ahead 'on :aUc IItar.:polls; rr~te
"GREEN FIRE" WITH
Iht SlIVI him I 1I0ase bank
Carr Ie. I.eslcl'. was Dclla's son $1.45."
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PAUL DOUGLAS,
he shot to I pl·<'lnlbilllce.i'in.
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STEWART
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Greatest, Sh.,Jw ... ·:on" E'ar.th?,,';;·tl~
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to the fact th31; Hollywood Is a Engulfing with tidal·wave t'lry,
iI head. "This \,<.a bl t all' k wlIr d'
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seen, In "Bad .fllr ·Ea~h91J.1er~i,u
land of make·l1eJlel'e. The' three. Columbia PI~turcs' maglficent Rlan l\jitchell (Slewali Gran· , a· young doct'lr ,!Who .:re!urn:i· to
• clut to Ihe murder. PIIY·
"Your' Runl and your mol her , 1\ot .evcn cnoll!lh 10 top thc dl'IV,:
time Acadcmy Award winner Is motion plctur" \'Crslon of "Th~ ger), r01l1antic adventure, cll·1 th~ ~Inlng con~mlllil~r '!"h~ie-: he
Inl • c.ll an Ih. f.thtr of are both dead?"
i cr." He turn~11 hack to Sutton. I
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Iht murdered man" Johnt)Y
"Yes."
: 'Haven't " you got s,ome SI.v.11 ,Georgi ~hlellkov (abo\'el, shown,: notorious for .doing e, crythlnltj Caine ~Iut.m.
the Pulitzer, maxcs ~ears of search for hidden !I gre~ up, ,afteM Imilnl: f:J,.Golon.
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Ihere In a In;'~ photo released b~' , n as autlclll c a fash on as poss· Pr ze best·~elll'r by Merman 1 wcalth ·wlth· the discovery 0[1' eley in the ,,!aT.:DeterJ/:l!n~,~,. ~
Herlh. Coillon, who, IIkt
(ully. "I calC'l on. With ,Jess the, Suttondl'clI' 11 $5 bill (rom his I' an nHiclal Sovict ,agency, has reo ','ble-~I'en to s~aglng ,a war.
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playing at the what he suspect~ Is an cmeralrl dedlc~t.e hlm~~1! t~.. ~I aid: .?f
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signed as U.S.S.R. Premier,
Ford put.hl. 'deas to work duro Capllol 'llle~:\e. Produced by mln~ In Columbia, Sout~. Amer, his I?oor miner frle~ds,!be.ls lu.r.
et um~ nltl cillmi to bt
next of kln.·'
A few mhwtes latcr they ran
..__ ._____ .-:.._ Ing the fIImln~ or "What Price Stanley Kramer In color by Ilea .. His partnl'r, Vlve J,.eonard ed Into the rcmunerl!tIY,e,,~.'11i1iit
younl JUl. f~n.~c ..,
"Except lor Lesler."
,smoothly Into the sCI'l'icc entr. 1821 ••• at thl' Forty·Flfth Streel IGlory." Twcntieth Centurp·Fox's Technlcolor, "The Cain J\IuUny" (Paul Douglas,' agrees against I surgeon" racke(by .. th~ ,I.of~:"~~
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"You want me to lind Lester. ance of thc Barblzon·Waldorf· Hotel."
new Teehnlcolor comedY·drama! stats two Aearlemy Award win" his JJrtter Instincts_ to help ex· 1 and. s(lrter living., I!f, IlJamorptis
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Sutton exchlmcd softly. "But noll' playing at the 'Cornwall ners, Humphrey Bogart and J[)se, plore the mln~ Catherine Know, Scolt. As he ~tea~iJy, e~mpr~Jili.
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'I like the liar. ~ou got In to ,michael grocc,'Y stores, I'll nat.
"A nlcc drlvc," Johnny said, 10: )'ou charced the limousine to .. " ITheatre, .wlth .Tames Cagney. Ferrer, as well as Van .Johnson! land (Grace Kr'lIy), operating her sea himself,' hl& prl?f~sslb.n ....nd
"ee Cousin Jc~s, Sutton said Iurally 'hal'e to charge you a larg. the chau(fcur. "I may want YOIl Thcn hc chuckled. "All l'ight, the I Corinne Calvert and Dan Dailey and Fred Mac;\lurray In, for I late father's roffee plantallon, I his talen~s,. he Is. des,efted .by· his
~"Imm, c?Uld } ou loeatc R man IeI' fce."
Iagain, tomorfllw."
Forthy·Fifth . Sorcet Hotel."
In starring rolcs.
. them, off·bea!. "The Caine 1'o1u· also opposes Rian's p~an, despite'ldealistie . nurse, PI •.n,~e·, roster •
. ho, let~" say. disappcarcd 12 Jamcs Sutton chuckled. "You i "Vcry good, sir." TCpJlcd lhe I ":-;01'1 yo 1 1111g11l as well gil'e
For this story of eomaradalre,' liny" stars, ~s wcll, Ihe United I the fact that she IOl'es ,him. Her 'I who loves him but caninot:.bfl~
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are a character, Fletcher. All chauffeur. ".Tu~t a~k for Wlbur. ;mc you adl'ess." ,Tohnny said. undcr fire during World War 1. States ~al'Y which helped to/OPPOSItiOn alhl that of Vic grows IherseU to shar~ the t~alfle'~o~rs.e
\OU nam~ him and 111 find right nsme your price."
loct's see. It'\ just abollt there I' "I'll find It out anyway,"
,Cagney, ?allcy and the otller Imake the film as spectacular and stronger whe.l workers desert, he is pursuln~ A ludd.en·: mine
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"A hundrei dollnrs a dRY."
hours. "That's be !;18. sir,"
"You'\,e got a point thcrc. Be·lmale pel'sollncl In the casl, found ,as exciting as the U.S. Army did the plantation to hclp nian work I disasler snat~hes, Hestbn lI'}t "f
I \\ hat ,~oes a eklp tracer \lSU' "Isn't that a little stiff?"
"Very rcasonable," Jolul1lY said; IIcI'c It or' nol, I happen 10 1I"e i themselvcs going through a spe·! for Columbia', Academy Award· his mlnc and when Catherine's i his false. world . and open~"! b~s
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."It might b~ for the ordinary concealing a little wince. "I amdc·hcl'c."
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ielal condltlonhw coul'se which In./wlnnlng "Fron' lIcre 10 Eter. bl'Other, Donllri (.Tohn Ericsonl'leyes to true valuell.... : -;'. '.
Te.n buck~, SRm \ olulllccrcd delccUI'e agenry," Johnny ad· Iarrangements with thc hcll cap· I Although it was after II O'clock I e1udcd the ~ar.ual of. arms and !nlh""
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. . is. killed just as the jewel of ;\lajorie Rall'beall rel~r.p.~" ." to,
Inad\crtentl~
mltted, "but WhCII' you hire taln Room 821. Hcre-herc's a, when the), clllcrcd thc Forth~'" long. hours' of marclung under "The Caine Mutiny" Is great GI'een Fire -the emerald-Is I the screen In "Bad for. ;1J:leh
~ John~y lIa\'c him the elbow Johnny Fletchcr, you'rc hiring 1IU1~ somethhlg for you."
IFifth Strect n~tcl, Peabody, thc : tutelagC, of an cx·Army drllJ scr· 'I as a nOl'el; it'l< greater as a mo" mountain, Rian Is forced to IO,5S' 1 Other,". after a nlne.year reUr'
j<g~ln. Flncftn~ a mls.sln g pcrson the best."
lIe handed tltc man the S5 bill :mnnnger, was in the lobby. 'Hc igeant.
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Hon plcturc. rhe film" scope 15 1 cn flood watc(s which threatel1 ment forced by an auto Iccld~ltt.
"nt ~klp tra~lng. Its detcctlvc "Let's say. S50 a day."
hc had just pbtalncd from Sut';smilcd \\'olflshi~ whcn he spied I It has alway. been Ford's un·las hlg as the ocean on whose Ito dh'l)rt a rlrcr engul! the plan.!l'olildred Du,mock, "'·ho·~on. an
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,ton. The man touchcd his visor., Johnny and Sdm hcadlng for the i alterable cOI1\'letlon that l'OU seething mass much of Its action I tali on. But his greed for the; Academy Award nomlnallOn 'for
Same thing, Isn t It. asked "Your bcst Flny dollars a, cd cap. "Thank you, 511'."
! elevators.
.j CM·t· fool a ml.lvl~ audience. For takes place. )t has everything B Green Flrc los~~ out to love whcn i het' 1V0rk-as the mother In "Qeatb
S\;~ton. .
. day And thne's got to be a . Johnny. Sam and Sulton walk.: "l\lr. Flclch,I," hc callcd.
,example, If " man' is supposed mOl'le can hal'c: powcr, sweep, he rtnally derides to blow up his lorA Salesman':' play He!tlln~.
Skip tracing R man who 0\1 es time limit, of roursc."
ed Into the hotel. "1'11 lcave yoU I "JohnnY ,tUflled to the dc.sk.; 10 be carrying a loaded sUitcase,! action, romal!:rand.aboveall.belm.cd mount&in and mine rat.: mother . In this one. O~h~r ,:,ot.
a bllJ Is :n1~oL'll!aguc stul!. But
now," Sulton said. "But I'll get, "IIarya, P !ab,:dy, a good nights! you can't make an empty one drama. "The Caine 1I1utiny" Is her than alow Catheri.ne to lose I ahle pel'former~ .are Lydia CI~rke
II man "'ho s mls~lng,. \lh, that
"Tcn days?"
In touch \\'Ith \.ou tomorrow." 1sleep to YOl'.· .
'scrl'e the same purpose.
: the agc.old stOlY of man gaalnst her plantation,
i (lIlt·s. ~harJtoJ1Ileslon~, ~la.~lnl
takes real deteethe work. And "Fll'e. Fifty dollars a day, for "But belter gIve mc')'our num. 'But not to :'ou," retort cd pca.' As.a rcsult. when his actorsJthe sca, and man against himself.
iwith hel' hushand for .the first.
lime, .."rthur J;1'~nz,: Ray· Co~lIn.• ,
bel', sol can call YOIl If I cct: hody. "I sce 110 rcason for let·' went hefore ihc, cameras for, In transcribing "The Caine
somcthlng Important."
!tnlg you stay another night hi battle scquencc~ thcy wenl CUllY, lfutiny" to th~ sel·cen. producer
Le~ter l\1atthe~\'S and Rhl's 'Wll·
Sutton suddl'nly grinncd. "Look this hostelry. .'\s long as you're ~qllipped, ranYlllg back packs Stanley Kramel obviously stint·
IIams. .
I Fletcher.. wh~,'~ wrong Wltll me' going to tal,c liP your abode In! and other pamphcrnalia weigh. ,ed ncither !)fpduction.wise n o r : ·
;, Irving Rapper :dire~ted .tbe
Iphoning you Ilcre? You arc In, thc ·subway. you might as wcll ilng :xactly as much as those .used j stol'YlI'lse. Hi~ cast and technical i
'glol'es·of( .s~ock story with: 1I~1
IRoom 821, arel.'t you?"
!do It this CI·e,l;ng."
fin actual combat. In addItion. I slaff hal'e hp.~n failhful to the i
the hard·hIUm!: punch a~d r~ug.h
"Surc" said Johnny. "Room
ITo Be Continued)
Ford ordcl'cd ;lis tccl1l11clans to t leiter and sroil·it of the orginaJ;
I romance that rharactenztd ',!llt
placc cxploslot.r. for the baltIc Iwork, the novcl thath rips the: by EDWI!'/ p,' .IORD.\S, M.D. I nOI'el on which It Is based;fml!·
! Ing el\plosive rlr~ma In .both· t~.
scetlcs as c\o~, to the actors as: steel hntcll",; 1M a mlneswccper:
'~afcty would p"l'mlt so they conld jln the Pacific alld revals the raw' Q- I ha\',~ been troubled with: intrigue-charlfed boud~rll:af. tlit
. ~et the actual fcel of warfare. emotion sseething benealh' hcr: p),slonepilritis for OI1l'e a year.: Idle rich and the dynarnltc.1oR&
To make el'er~'thing complctc, he 'I decks. "The Caine ~llItiny" force. ! Would y(ll~ di~cUH t~is M~s. G.!l.1 ed eoal mines oC pennSYlVA~il.':·
uncoI'cred soml, airplanes of 1917 lully incorp ,r~tes snch highlights i A- Ttns Is an mfecllon .. WIt~ h'\'lng. Wal;~c~
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I: the. battle area f?l' an cxtra touch stain .mel ,cIII where
Captain of acute phaese has been greatly Other wltn • ~ape. .
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Queeg, stmnilcly·acting com· imprOl'cd b~' ~hes\1lla drugs and, Horace McCoy W,UIRn r.~I~."
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I mandcr of the Caine, displays I
b)' penicilin and its relatives. In the III'a5 .Issoclate producer.' , .
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!for his efi'lelcney. He wastcs no ve crall, s mel CI cssly {Iyycd by in trobuled w~ters. Robert Fran· until lately.' can it IIf! removed b:-!molioll, no lom·crsation. He. Greenwald, '.he brilliant defense cL~ and Miss Wynn are all allrac. operation wit,h out endangerinplIY
: brings his plclures·ln on sched· attorney; th~ e~lbration party live pair of MII'COmers as Willie life? ' .
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mO\'al 01 the spleen ,is ·.desirable
. ed that a flnp, picture can be Intcllcctual Keefer as the real I Edward Dm)·\ryt.. directed "The I and Jhis can ~e do~ .Wltftout. Ill'
made \\'!thout ~ gl'eat deal of fuss author of the Caine mutiny;, the Caine MUlhly" from t, he screen' pa~ent h~~m to. the .I~){hIY 1U1I~~0Il.
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necdless expense. He appears tender roamn~e between young play by Stanle3- Roberts. Like lhel J'h~. qu~dlon ,cho~~U ~b!one IDI~
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10 work Icsiurely, but actually WIJIJe Keith nd ~I~ 10l'e~y night ot~iers wh"l.ad. any ~I~al'e in I ;~leef~r h~~ ;fi::e~i~lollt e~~:s!~
TIMES OF SHOWS:
he is one of the fastest directors c1uh singer. 1h~1 e Is. the lusty I bl·l.nging "The CaUle filullllY" to! tnlUhle one would l'crtainly,.heslt·
E,'ENING SHOWS: 7 O'CLOCK _ 9.00
1In the business He -selt:om shools humor of the sailors, th~ plctol" the screen they rale the fullest I ale to remU\'f it ,without Coad rea·
MATINEE Z P.M, '
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'CIIANDLER-'RHONDA FLEMING In' "YANKEE'
ADVENl'URt: AND TIlRII.LS· IN TECHNI·
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in regular session corn'
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menced :\\.;ardecl ,the champion·
pla~'offs to SI. John's and latcI
(hanged that decision?
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pIa;." Clll'l·S Cllata'l,ray
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Scolt, A. 1I0wman.
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dllln,c,rat here
TI.1Ursllny
for 'I teams.
lIer, an:!includin;:
lasL .,·~ar·s
was right winger 'f~d GiI1lcs
B)'l'ne.
on
creel)
Bon's,
rcprcsentatives of SI, l~a rea;ons.
IS conlin;: a tel',sent·
a 20th mcdal
IJIIl
I'ollll's
nnnual honors
mixed JIIonday
foursomesin 1\\,11·
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CI'oshl'e ClIp \ , champlOUS\Up pla~'·o!rs. fr?m
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honors
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F,rom ,••,,' b~", n'.... B'M"I~ •~d J,'m """If ",' ''''''
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and 41h aud Ihr.n
to Bnchen" \
Four games werc plarcr\ in Ihe i mat~s C. OI:\Io:'d ~nd Dill nnhal ('lJmpclitlon was playell on rxr.cl alivc, althouCh played
are· tU,thc ,:orld's
fIrst fou~'l!unute Marlcnc Slcwart, Fonthill. Onl.,
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ti ",d of' " , .., " ".. "R"· Bol ro""L, '"m ",,'ri.. "'"'
]( thl~ b correct thcre must bl' \' sian exhihition 1l'lmeS.
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that reaSon and h~nsl\,c
dl\'l~ual rcport.
fmdmcssays
mWthc
oncccnscnsu,;
campre· "eemed
thaL UICunSm:iet
skat·
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th' "'t'
crs arc agrecd
ultl·u·"trong
c()Ollitimi.
wllh
BIll,'
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in Section thnl
"A" pla)',ofis
and I rcqu,cst
\\, B.
Georgc. JOn.
Thc goalkc~llcrs
\l'm;i. nc\'crlend
stra)"
1 he
lalc,r Withdrew
entr)'. a,nd
Iiockey of
A'350ciation.
"Theil'
to CUIH~.
\ .. ~am a cr re usel e app le~ lOr.
Thc rcpJrts. now in tile hands ~ut, and rarely usc their hand"
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nnd Ihere werl'
I'~' ,inre thr~' ~Iartrll Ihc Impor!
r.~rt the goal for ~n exIra forll'ul'C\
"h" ",,' ". B,,'" '",,''' btm ",k
",r,tehcll mHI t!lOu~al1lls who
In
the crowd, hUlled
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of frustration n, the
In;: CrL'sccndo
th cbcll sounllN\'
r.ar! Golds put
Great sports. Ihc Miners em.
I the club ~yslrm of
,~c,;ry onImpllrt,bnl5lcrcd
IIC I
and mallp
braced St. Bon's aller thc
~napl1Y
rrc\\'
"m,.eonarntulatcd them on linc
the \\'hlllc SI. nllll'S t~am It
Ele,'cn prnalties were called hy
difficult III pIck Ollt a wenk rdcrcrs John Doyle and ,lilt'
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Request
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play.",'Goalie
" ""'thc""~,Ilncrs
,;,,' held
ilm, •sway.
St. no" II,minute
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I John's Hockey Lcaguc cnlcr~1I S, !,estabhShCd n.le EP), nctwork at the ::ome WIth ~he cm!lltnsis pn ,p'J~il'
, , ",,111m. " Ibm ,'<0' I", ". "",,,d "",d h'"'' 'M"
r.lght nt the Sladium and ~tool!
bt" "" 1b.1 G,,,, did'"
vIi Ihe champs in a 3.2 ellnquc~1 enn ~ce and Ihe scol'e was 3.2.
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By AHCII lIJar.KEr\ZlE
who madc a brief slopover in Lon:
Canadian Pre-"s Stafr Writer
lion :l\ollllar on Lheir way to tlli~
• LONDON (CP) - Notc to the YClll"S world championsllips in Gcr.
Krcmlin: Canada has been spying many stnrtin;: Fcb. 25.
on RIt~5ia!
Stapleford calLs Pellticton Iha
A C~nad,ian spy r}ng. its tenac1es "best Canallian !eam, to come to
rcachmg 11110 contmelllal Europe.: UIP world cbamplonslnps (or yeilr~
has been sending Iwmc secret rC'1 ~lId years-Ihey can't lose. I'~cy
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I \',ilh reference to Section A I)f thp
; /I t: Newfoundland champion.hip,·,
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MERV GREEN EARNS GOALTENDING STAR
First Blue-Gold Victory
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1949 Series
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P
second slr~lght shutout o[ the I1l0~ls, GCl'l'Y S~lI'ard nnll .lac!;
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ramc with Ilu::h Fardy penalized.
nrnunll
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a
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in Ihe fir.t period but wCl'e held 51. Theresa's.,.,
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4
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Hugll Wuddcn sct up the
for Buehans at 6.40 of the
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mouth pass landed on the stick 01
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t h tthe Ipucl:
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at Green
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just on tho lee as the secon dollars. Leanue presIdent TAI'rv
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the
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inside
their
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best
wishes
o[
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Id
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"om
Jim ....m." "", "
hlue line. Ed Manning
the {or Ihe orphans.
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in to
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to
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at the stadium lor
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'Qulckly St. Borl's' struck agairl Com. Hockey League ,... 10.01;
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slipped, the
$800,00
dllc to Cyril powrt
4D seCond mark and smoothle Cy
assed In ,Ted GIIII,es 'In.' front of
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had at h,I
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' , Two .'games, were pl.ye'"
. " In th'•
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more beal'il)' in the future by p:omhio. sailer! his white·hulled
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Champion
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Prince of Walcs go a[iulIIst Pef!'
pmclles. Scconll game \l'iIl
Orphans ,Sl,at'mg
A""'h..
by
l
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d,", II"" tho £I"
aside.
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Sknling
Fund came In
Third stringers Jack Ryan, J
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m
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from
the
Commercial
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t1 RaoUl, (Raton)
ll
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much club
b"t\cr'l'i!1mhelda alotgooJ el -\
Ie I" ItlllfC!\ICO
or •IC. Nali ona
madc an unwi,e drcision1 t 01 fie:d, fin; catching 'and sCl'cral inll /\'350cinUon's
of thr.
rnursc this i3 nolthe only uI \\'isr pitchers who shoulr\ bc reatly to 1 world tlUe had bccII sr.t [or lIlarrh
ot "
ili"" "P . , ' So,
:n not being rcpresented in
a whole tcam'l' C!'t
!s rccocnizcd as world
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of
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in his chest and swmach,.satlJrth'
r
.11"
slble way to kill it is In troullce
argullicnt wilh his laundl'y1lusiness
thc learn that
thc paid playtrS S
partncr, Gio\'anni Petitto, 59·yeartho;.
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P'u,.' "Cd: . th'
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h
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t
Into custody_
employ this mclhod 10 win e!13m,
of Hal'ana, holder or the
!lrcd by Pctitto and took him
0 "
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me
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1\ L0 I)() Pf,~. morning
whcn ther
Par.I Walsh
counted for thc de!cndiI11l!Ift.1rls'
IIoop BIll
J~"hcn"
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~Iaepllmon
k
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bla~ted lIol~'Micha~l's
Cros~ 42 32 10 00 6,4 3~r0 nlter
an ,onroe ,0... ~
el.\ c !amp.s.
"
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v~rsion
the ,£lrst pC.lOll and add , ,It 'la5 announccr! that the amc ,At MUN 1Olllght
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Fallon led the Ayrc & ITCITa NDI'a Motors 5~orell "on a i A rloubleheadcl' in the Girls
S~r' ,bm,
~u)'~ m.e~,;'"eh~ngc
Co~cn,.",ci.... F",,,', D,h·
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Pirates Win Do I
\
cxcu;c [or
a d,' ALot Better!IDeaf..{VIute Boxer
I'S the :"~oar
'" SaVs F
d11'],alley I0'Ut Of. Danger'
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c..Illat lile ...
1 re
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Ilal'e cnlered all "all star team" 111
)IYERS. Fla, (hP)-;lInn· Aft
W!
dO ,
'''U" "." " th'h".mpt,~", ".. Frod H.."·,, pt,"b",h i 1 er 11 Oml mg
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~~~ sc~rle Igoa:~ G'~"IO' iThO)'
Brolh~I·~.". ,., "' ,'" ,,,'lIi~ht " Ih., D.Guhl~lono ~lcl\'s,
'
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A""d'
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' . . 1cd the d.Lntltn •• cl!ampullI,·, ,lob I I{cnl ,'S,
I least cl'en that they wou'd win 1><'"'
Il,ague nrasllccls
Monda,' and pre·
f'l'e
{OJ'
7.2 in thc
game. I
I'S, Da"ic;,
'I ilu'ough If thc,' did not
out (l:cted ihe -Piratcs will' do a lot d·AAllEZZO. Italy (AP! -, Mario
P I\' j D
'"m , ""'"
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Inroll'lI nnrl Taylor two apiece and I first llcriod "11(1 5:2 at Ihe end uf 1
,'S,
' they would ha\'e at IcaEt ga neu I
;\,ith
1 weight boxing: champion wOWIdcd
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J' t' 'I'S 110'\' 111I t,'IC bU"I'" "1111 nlClnb"I'O
them well for nelit year 5 openin" o[ sprin" trainin" for 32 parted out of dangcr Monda)' m;:hl.
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to Rome:, to eun·
Prince o[ Walcs n.
Fcild.
Coppcr
a a full
s
our bockey cllanccs has becn cx fil,ishcd in the National League
I1'1th o[h,clals of Ule lta!J3n Box·
__
,,',," ".1'" H, ,h IV.dd." Pi
dn'w the ~ta!'rlng honour lor the
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an ""
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10 wntch as he ma~termlnd~d tl:.!
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520000 go to thc Ontario SocielY \ a
l:le)tt
'fex"
for'
Childrcn and wilt also:
n.
tcr N? J" II':_CO, 'I
hrlp launch
llie annual Eas I36_71,
..
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seals
'fh,e Ontario Hotel I1 Bce MeWane. Birmingham, hi:, '
,\!'50c,at,on IS papng :,ct\l31 cosI 1 and 1'cll Bishop. Boston.
'
of Ihc mcal, rougl11r $J.tOO,
,lIlargc Burns. Greensboro, N,C,.
I
allu
an , ampa, t,37-71.
I ,I L II dt T
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CI I t ItIC ",ltoyal SI?rcS squall 20,0,
52'
of at
thcl:i,OIJ
framc.
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7 iG
.'.aslern 011 led 5,0 in the:1ell
t:cllatthe6,00
scurr.
of the
Ihird II lIall
Taylor\'S, 1',1,rrat!,
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0 oml, nnd nddell anolhcl' quintcL IIf
Vcla\';;illcllc I'S, ;\!cCal'lrr.
,."" " th,
T!"IUI \ ,or I "0"0" , , " , - I t
'"'' '" H,I)' C"M.
~ftCl'
~lt3rk by Frank Bowman's classy INTERCOLLEGIATE LEi!CiI]r-'
t"pm>
""kbroke
,h..""
b,tliI"'"
llu2 l'arllr
up attack
",m ;"
A~'I'C'S
(I'lIck
line chan"es
salV with
tho_ St. Pnt's .......
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the
strde" forthat
strldc
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d\!'
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ncar the left I(oal post'
nud
It ovcr thc sholll(\rr
Sr;NlOR
Fl,,.d I"" th. " ' "
.,
P tv L D
Golds
51. Ron's •••••• 5 5 () 0
h 36,35-71.
y"
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Em
St,
Ihe,
tutlc!' lied on top at
jlroud of and a regulation icc sur·
t \'In shutouts In 1
(ashlon' C:.\lCrl r. rash. : cacho on the out wick p1!.yo[f Ern
on which 0\11' teams can pro,
OC,: I'.'lth
the I r:llnc IhrougI
I wllh
oucc hockey equal to
pla),c d
' .lonci I a 1·1"ucad I"
' a beaul1[vl
"
Great Eastern Oil 21l, 1I0),ul
squad ill the Iinal
two lin his 13-1 shot to blank Her· ,rl1)'whcre In Ncwfoundland, Ihc
I Stores O.
i (If thc morning scrics, Londnn 011., Olamon and lal;e thc troph)" COil <;1.
Hoc\:cy League apprars
:
5. Parker's 0,
: ('ncl! Ihe
\'Iilh thc only Il l:l'ntublions to ail top
on, to get conscious stricken and
.om on , IIwrlll:::: .
of tile first pcl'iod anI! the I 11; cit· finc l,el'frm311ce.
I hack on a principle onl)" not tr,
ta n Ings
1I1'arlflip~c!l
i~al
"d",
H"k"
Ithe Stadium, lI'ith
: scores
In
Ithc four "am
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e
AI
3rt-
G"'" G.
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Iht'ir \,cry Jirst shot on goal
I
Gcrg J,'jo),d who had a ,string 01
!uur shulout pe!'iods at Bell
lallll I:oing, The goal was a nnl"
fltl'.thebook heauly at 1.18 Gillirs I
t10k a pa,s from centrc Jack
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m'"
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u
BO'L' V.IIlt-JO'
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•.,,1 rom""
if ""'"',,
thcy wish ,,'
it! y
opcninl!
evcntV,.,,,
of the ,,,y
annual star
Eurl'ive. as (Jur local. non·pai"
"""" ,on
of "
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d
imports now P;); ng, lr.
N r dl d
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As ""
for '"
the . arn"umenf,
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f th
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hocke~'
Dur lI'al'll Knowles 'Gcm 111, rep'
7.00-Vim.1I Ridote "S. Calai~.
" Arno.
•
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th~t, "".U"
In second,."'''.
followedB;i'm".
closcly by"m'
Ku· Sunda}' e\'ening from 6.30 10 &,:10
B,15-Cacn
L. stop.
rush IV. ~ailcd by Jorge dc Car· p,m. the first session of the St.
B. II.m'I ". D,,'h",.
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IIllice!', o\'cr Ihc \'ctcrans' Club \ .....,.Jd by pasL
minute
17 seconds bellind and Selcral other peoplc attended anrl
' . ht T' 03' m
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Tests Hydroplane
LONDON
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J. lIf. Tobin, sccrctary treasurer,
Jol~
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were given from th,c:loud speak~r
would
uP. at the
(AP) - Donald 'Mal· answer that one to set your
"Id " " 'd' ' h
Uluebird allOUlCr slow,runnlng te.st
Dt",
Id,d '"
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In Berlin
,.m~ ,oJ,,, ,It,,,,",,,, a~ Vecs
On The!"r Way
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Wben' today ~,hand was played
In a recent team match, the first
round of bidding was the same
at both tables. East opened with
10m heart,' West' raised to four
I hearts, and North tben bid four
1no.trump. After thM, tbe bidding
took two separate paths.
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,In the first room, as the dia·
\ gram sbows, South bid five clubs.
I This was doubled and beaten
only one trick. although a keener
\ defense would lIave beaten South
I two tricks.
\ At the time, East and est fell
I ashamed 'f themselves for fall·
ing to get the spade ruff that
would have se~ the contract two
tricks~, Wheil they heard the 'reo
'sult ,tbat was, acbieved at tbe
other table, bowever, they realiz·
ed bow imagnlfieant their crime
'had been.
i At the second labe, South bid
: five spades (InHt'ead of five clubs)
. In response to the bid of four noI trump. west doubled, and neither
!North nor South ran from this
1gbastlY contrart. South was set
I six tricks, for the staggering loS!
of 1700 points"
I Most of the blame went to
i South for this disaster. but North
, might have, ~ome In for a fair
share of It. tf he wanted to act.
for whlcb he can hardly be
blamed, he might have taken bis
chances on bidding five clubs at
I once.
'I This was prubably as good a
I contract as he was likely to find
and had the supreme virtue of
being. crystal clear, Either a dou,
\. ble or a bid oC four no·trump
1might encouruge South to bid
spadn,', and then the fat would
be In-.the fire.
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it might be argued that a bid
,of four no.trump shOWS support
'for clubs and diamonds. since It
ahuts out a bid of four spades
At lower level~, ",ouover. many
elLpcrts use 111" "unusual" over·
call In no.trump to shoW support
[or bolb mlnoTs. At the le\'el of
foul'. however. this it not absolu·
tely clear.
It Is a trui~m to say that a
player should avoid at any tI:ne
making a bid that his partner is
likely to misunderstand. But the
force of this fttatement is multiplied a ml1l1onfold when the bid
,Is made at th. disaster level. If
I you can't muke an absolutely
! clear bid at Ruch a Umc It's better to make
bid at all.
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·'".Chrome •Kitchen & ·0 inette .Sets
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AND COMFORTABLE
These ,space saving sets are· available in an attractive assortment of colour combinations. Covered in durable; washable
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plastics., Matching kitchen Cabinets are also available.
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NO! NO! ALI. 'l'OU 00
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Aside from voodoo and wild' suo
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womall ou,ht to pan up notlllnK
in her' eampalgn to enhance her
nn rora\ ,ood looks. '
Youn, things may get away' with
• d.m of lipstick because !heir
,kill glows and their hair Is vibrantly colored. Mature women
should rely more 'and more on
painstaldng ear e alld scrupulous
ustlsm'ent of their good a«rl·
butes.
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For till., reason, tbough It may
seem Uke a pretty perlnlckltY piece
of bushie.sl, ',I PlWD woman may
want to plait her face make-up to
to with the Ughtlng. '
Almost everyooe does this to
.orne degree. A party, ,brilliant
with ~o1or .nd gaiety, demands
manu.p tIIat bOrders on the liarilIh. SmaU,atherinls In a home
need ,ma1l:eoll11 ttlatwln stand close
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sU:ted pointing up of our faces,
goe.s, best 10 outdoor natural ligbt.
This Is the make.up we wear 'for
being Out and about.
, Natural.1ndoor light, the light
PURCHASE . that
eomel, In 'windows, needs a
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of the outdoor
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mak6:uP;', indoor 11 g h t Is less
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,i!Olor 'to look natural.
',E1ecttlc' nght brings up a more '
iltVolved probleJ!l. This Is 1\ yel.
;', \lowlsh' Ill-it/however wblte It may
:., appear. This lIgbt fades out ye!.
'. 11ow•reds, I f you want to look
. highly i colored , in artificial light,,·
you' n".d r~ with a hint of blue.
Office' workers know well, hoW
unfia~erlng fluorescent lIgllt :is•.
Somi':ot UI who JIIIve this Idnd of
1I11ht over our drHllng,tables know
all too' ,veil; too.' ',For this b1u~
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2!lOO l\Iarlao!d
610J ll,),b,un
12l Melnt)'ro
2;!,a Meken.:.
filU Memarmae
200J M.walle..
jllOO Monlo' ,
40B Mere Chip
4.soo Merrlll
830 ~lerrUI Pet,
4130) Mela Ura.
. m I M:dcon .
2300 Mlli Clly.
23UO Mill City
300 Mlndamar
1000 Mind. ·Scol
1173 Mining COlP
63ru ~Ione\.
2100 Monl""
900 Mulll M
B7')'1 Nar)
13ll)(! Nil E:;pl
5900 Ne;:ul
813U 1'1... Loblne
5:33 Now AI;er
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~7~ Que Metal
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M73 Quo Met.1
III 42D ·4l.l
!l600 Que Nickel
, 6\l 61(' 611 176.1 Quemonl
.43S 42D W . moo Badlore
67li 811, 8m 10830 RaYrock
41 36 40
BlIOD3 Red .Pop
111, '11 ~ . 1111
5!O11 Ree' '.
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32S00 Releourl
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SIll '75 580
7730 Rex.par '
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71D 705 710
12m Bix Mhl
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195' 190 Ito
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:::00' Goillhawk .
23 21 1I 2GOOO SaQd River
11:10 Go:dora
8
7 7
2iOO Sapphre
200II Grall IoU.
31:19:JG J3690 Seum,ra\llb
6510 Grandin..
19 II . 181i alOO S.cur !'re.
3300 Creal Plalna _ . ~ov.. 1m 201> 1033 Sba\l>Uf
::6Z5 Ur S ..ttl Ur
310 3!lD)20
lOO~ ShHp Cnol
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131 118., III
dian dollar was 5·32 of· a ceDt
Ws ~~.
b\\'~r at .1 premium' ot. mper
m 310 370 ccnt In ,terms of U. S. funds Mon126 120 120
day. Pound sterling dOWn H2 of a
lf~li 1~li IH I, cent .at $2.78'ti.
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4~"'dCJlar eloiJed Monday at 'a dlsewnt
271 . 2.12 ~
of, 2 9·16 per 'cent. In ~erni;:.of
~\. a3~I~~11 Cal1adlan funds. up 5'32; It joiik
· u '10 ...~ 97.7·16 cenh Cal\ll,dlan to buy. $1
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• STATIONERY
• ENVELOPES
• MAGAZINES
• ,PRICE LISTS
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tu\'in" ;tri .takl! up permanent ,~e:
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GENER,
All applic'
BIG DIVIDENDS
p.~e.ithi)·~~rrii:Arinl~fl,d;be{ore
S!'r.'j.,
BRANe
QUALITY PRINTING PAYS
1I'i'1I0ri·. fo.· the', honi,,"linht 'h'ride's
.tralleR 'shlnv ballk.~ lit) u:~a' aL '48:00 '.
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Good
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the:"ceremony, a' re-
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a business n
will be given
"Just thilii<-SOnle day you'll look back and laugh at all
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the-cute tricks I pull!"
ceptlon<iwas'.held,.for the' newly.
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wedia1 the :home' ;of
the -bride'.
~Istef, an,d b~~her'ln:I~:ov, ':,s/Sgt.
Mrs: Charle', Robertson.' .
,:.$ttt, ·Pet.ellls· ~h~'.sO!i of, 1:tr.
alliI-;Mrs:Edw:ird Kempton,: Fal·
mDulh,:.MaSs,: an'd, Is presently
slilne.d'iab TravIs' AFB,' CalifornIa.
"Mn; aers'IJtbe'dalighler'of
Mi-: ind~r!.:'Gregory Dwyer, Nor·
n 15'. 3.m 115~ ~nd NOTanda up 3 It '1I!H'i
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3' 31' 311 f~!tured the industrial market• .Ar- :., , .Ne~, Sub'D vI"on '
· l •. 31 31 IUS ,advanced'm to··22.... , other IUIL!'INO LOn.· (IIOR SALE
~:,~ '~Ii ~I~ ·g~lns·"er' 'frictional: •.•-.,:.' : .; ;''':'.' .AND. TO.. LIASII,.' . " .
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·rnlem.·atlonRtPaper·:d·ro·pped'.lIL '" ,;.;, , ,.7~ft. ,,:200ft•. '
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51
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.'" be~n'waltlng ,for.' "Wlth.'a' smaU
; 'li1i lm 'l~ ,.'~ . an ,.~~ma~, .5~~ ,,:asi r,. dow,R'payment yoli call.riow start
51! "515 '551~ ~nsle~.
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. - .·ha.t new .home ..wllichyou ·.have
2%
21 2 ,,1II.lse~l1aneous industrials, and.pa· always been ·dtearn!nlt .of, '. .
· mil ,.~! 55 per~ 'were mixed:. Ut!lItles,. senior Lot::i!tll~1 Ih onl): .0,{' tbe .beau(,v
:12' 21' a~~
metals .and banks advanced. steels spots. on ·tIle 'PortugaLCove: Road
'II!',IS\S 16\, ,~hd .senior· mls retreated, 'There only a '~hQtt .dJsta~ce froni;the
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utU'e' 'mo\'ement In thi beVer•.O.ity.;'the, new ',sub-dlvlslon known:
.'.3,. '18'. . 8 •. age'S~lind.parr1ers.'
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. ~s P.eneta~gul~~ene·. Is: ..In . the I
I~"'.~: 1•. Mines '. fluctuated In'a pejmy !;Cllte~ '9f " gtowlnj; community.
'l1\~ \I 11 ranlie' Wcstern:'olls .. were' 'firm SOli! :yo~ are :interestedln ·secur·
.21~ 215 ,211 . . .. "1' .
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. ' . ' ng 'one of,these Iota to build on
:~7 '$1 ',67,. no.me, m!lroved,$1.20 Ilt $9.00;,and 1n,·,tlie·lprlng.· It would 'be wille
J. Federal '~e~m flnnell 50eentli for y,ou to· dQ !olmll\edla,tely .as
.' U ' II ' 112at;".5O'•. Jlnlt~d OIls at ·$t,.ti'W~R the .remalJ1'nalo~R are-going fast:
,," " :2!' "~~'fI; .I!p 2(p~tS:' ;;,,':,/, . oj:. ';; .~ . For' !iI.I1he.r .liiformil!lol'I('ontal'l.
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!Pr ':::: .tb~ .. close: ~f aclil'e trl~n, ~on. : :Pen.tlnguishen.
~r2~r~'2~ da~~n~ral.DYnamic, ·uP. 3!~:' at ' ..... ,.~ '~~-~t~',~{co~e ~~ad: <:
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EXCHA
(- OFFICE
BRANe
OFFICE
I~MONTnEA1. (CP~ - 'Ihe!~k !'idence"in Californ!~ .. ",.,
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ERNEST HARMON AFB, Nlld.
-The wedding of T/Sgt. WilHam
R." Peters
of Falmouth, iIIas!. 'and
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formerly .wlth the ]9334 AACS
thl S ,asc,
b
issPaul Ine
andM
Dwyer;' of Norris Ar~, Nfld .. was
solemnized the, mormng of Feb;
+Oth, at 1000 hours, In, the.' Base
Chapel. Fr. ·R. Weisenbach offici atcd rat t~e i>ouble, ring ceremony.'
Given in, marriage. by M1SIIt.
Mike T,yan,' the br.ide was' attired
hI ,a full'length gown of while
nl'lon net over satin with H linger.
tip lace' bolero. Her!veil was ankle
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lerigth
held ,In place wilh a tier.
She carried a bouquet of baby red'
roses and white nums.
"Attendlng the bride was he. r sis· .
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ter,~R!a Dwyer, wearing b ue net,
with matching .·accessorles, She
also. carried a bouquet .of red and
,wbite roses,' Best man .for' the
caslon.\yas.S/Sgt•. Charles Rob'
son' brother·ln·law or the, bride.
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a pretty girl whcn you were young. Mom- ','
fer those atrocious ciothcs!':~
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United Steel....,'... ".;.' .... Wi ' ... '
Walller ,.'.' .............. "."
Calla,dlan
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Cons Pap ................. !lm TORONTO (CP) - The sl.ock
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,. , m~rket . ebse:1 a. litlli .. irregular
NEW ,YORK, CLOSING: QUOTES Monday after three Etralght ses·
'Belli Stt'~I· .. ·.• , .. ' .. "" ';.. ".115lil .slons· of'gn!ris. ·Proflt·Eaklng set·
,Borg 'Warner. ; ... , ......... ,~'3l 'Ued .bver the marker In: the 'final
.Che3 and Ohio"." .'...... ; .. 471~ h,ur.· .. ,.. '.' "",
Cons Edison .. " .: ......... ;. 51 1~
Wei tern '0 lis . i):lomed ahcad
EI Auto L ... ..;. .... .. .. S8 again after re!lorts of a drilling 120
General' Electric.... .;" ... ';0% miles i1ortbwc.t of Calgary from
General Motors.·... .... .. .. 9S I, i '\\,;llch oil flowed at lhJ rale of 56
Goodyear .... .... ,... ,,:. 58;4 barrels' an hour. 1I0me all gained
Gt Nor Ry.... .." .... .. 40 Sl to ~D.IO. Federated Petc 5.i to
Kennee~tt .' ..............-1im S4 .55 ,. ~nd Calgary and Edmonton
Montgmry .w.... .... .. .... iD7i . 2.; to ~15.23. Pcaee'Ril'cr Gas drop·
N.Y Central....
.. .... 34 pea 4S'to $7,75 and Sapphire and
RGdio Corp ...
.. .', .. 411.. Commoll were' also down.
S~1 Oil N.J....
.. .... 11m NOfanda' jumped $2,50 to .$90
Utd Alreralt.... • •••.••• , .. SH•. and touched $92 during the scsslon.
Vanadium '.. .... ,... • ... 43 GoldS'tias'Jd narrowly, led down by
West Un Tel·.... '''', ..'". 9214 ~Ientyre, off $1.25 to $7U.75, and
·We~Unghouse ................ SlIt:. Teck.Hug11es; off 20 to $3.70.
Low.priced mines were, aetil'e
and mostly a'lItlie easier. G'unnar,
Con,olldated Howey, Cassiar ·and
Pronto moved down but Opemiska,
Geco, ; Crort, Anacon 'Dd Algom
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BULLETIN
gained.
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OnAWA (CP)...!l'IIe Balik of
Index fhange.s: Golds .
.18 to
:CpO:.d•• M!lnday' redu'ced Its :!n. 8,1.81, base mJtals up ~41 to 169.86
terest rate on loans to ehartered nnd western oils up .96'1.0 109.17.
banks to 1 lo1:! ptr ce'it from
two per cent. .
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New York: Market lower;. sclec
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ted Issues In demand, '., '
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Montreal: Industrials lower; pa.
7~~ 1~: pers advance.' .
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1~300 Hom Yk
1273 Hud Bay'
SOlI Hu,h Pam
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12Ml1"T Char,·
723llnoplnloln
19211 Int Nekel
21 1>0 Pr
7~2 1nl Peto
. 7;~1 JICkn!!1 .
7000 Jacul.1
30U Jasper
517 Jelllcoe
~SOO .bu,ke
(600 Jon'l
21301 Jon,mllh
100 Jupler
9'1000 Klyral1d
1.100 "envlllo
123.\ Kerr Add
,4000 Kerbo), .. n
4700 "oymel
~I Kirk lIud
5800 Kl,k Loke
4500 Kirk To\\'n
7.11M IUond:l<e
1100<1 1"llIlna
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Ji'll1
810ft
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110
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6000 Sor Rib
5C!1 H....a
1000.R 01 Laku
512)0 Hudway
:lIOO IIealh'
N nlarlon
22
20 lOI; 4000 N Morrl.
3U 360 3r,0 '
3~12l N Mylamaq
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9
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GOOO N Nor:
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8000 1'1 ROIIrn
:l2l 300 300
2100 N nyan I.~
270 252 Z,ll
4000 N Senator
31 IS 'I
2237 N Super
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67
ID03 N Taku
:m. :'i~4 1.1~. ~at73 N ThurbDh
11
31 ~6
ISOD Nib rei
371 31n 3.10
1:·13~ Nick RIm
16
13 10
WI Nlpl..lnl
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lIU2l'do :ill
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6112 ~3
100<1 Nhla
3~
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1:;33 Noranda
13 12'. 13
4800 Norgold
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1330 Normol
111
7
10
2il1:3 l'\'orpMx
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38
:,1 M300 Sor Ine
21\ 215 2U
BOOO Nudolam
31
51
31
3100 Obrien
9\1 9
91,
):s0t) °luma
Ilj 225 :Z2.I'
1133 011 S.led
411 W 41S
~OD Okali.
14
83 II 300U~ Oleary
101; 1012 lOl, 400a Omnllrana
t:)
S9
60
3(641) Opembka
III 133 13l
100D Orenada
tili ri!i Ii!.
SOO Osls~o
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27'211
9500 P.c 1: ..1
94
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:1635 Pac Pot1.
11\3 1M· 10.1
1400 Pamollr
211> 22
22
2100 Pan We.1
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93
3300 ra.. m.~
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44 43. 431i ! NEW' ·YORK .(AP),":-Thc stock
. Am ,'7; 4711 m:lfk~ turned In an Irreg",lar per.
·'1112 IIW I'" I ~R:::,b..~
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formanC:~Mill!day Bnd managed to.
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close' s 1'1 g h tl y lower despite a
19 ), 19 Indu.tr:.lJ . . ' ... ......
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a
serleoS'of
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1$3 Simpoon.
41~
m .~ Tolal
7.. 1•• , a,90I.*," 21"
: ' . ~. ,,201~. t1nee, aU • tl me hlgli
. s establi shed
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1m 1m 1m
020 110 810
.l'tIONTREAL
CLOSING
QUoTES.
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with
.rallroads
were
u~ltles
16
15 16
60
"~I 59% AbU ... " ............. ; ... : .. 28~~ and ~Ircr~fts. Lower w2rc steels,
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Asmestos ',". .... ..... .:.: 39·ollsl.dlstlller.s, ra,d1()otcleYls~ons a.nd
8:lG m SOlI
Bnftk' Montreal.. ...... : ..... 4:W, robber. Other seetions were mixed.
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I
Tills week the London Theatre war for 2 years in Rcd China left
Company is doing the rla~', "Come here at 10.20 yesterday morlling
Back Lillie Sheba," by William by RCAF plane, after a one dlY
{nge.
visit to Pepperrell AFB, as guest
The play is woven around the of his former commander in Korea,
story of a middle age man, call~d Lieutenant General Glenn O. nlr.
Doc, played by ~cslie' Yeo. who cus, commanding general U,S.
through disappointment at nol go- Northeast Air Command •
ing through with his plans 'for life ' . Mrs .•. M~eKenzi~ accompanied
has to substitute, and finds the hIm. It IS mtereshng to note that
lesser life so bitter that he resorts dcspite a busy round, the MaCKen.
to drink as his consolation. His zies found time to have a motor
wiCe, Lola, played by Hilary Ver. tour of Pepperrell AFB and the
non, thougll she talks aimlessly of city of st. John's with Lieutenant.
her beauty when she was eighteen, Gcnlll'al and Mrs. Barcus as their
and yearns for her past life, is an hosts.
unCortunate ·woman. who faced - - - - - - - with the problem of a husband who .got los.t and would not c~me. back.
drinks, allows herself to look slat- Leslie Yeo as Doc was In hl5 ello
ternly and closes her eyes 18. the menl. an~ played this part ':ith
condition of her home
great feehng and understandln~,
To belp out the fina'nces in the especi~lIy in the third scene of
home she' takes In a college stud- Act II. whe~ he trics to escat'e
ent, a breezy young woman, Marie, from hiS fnends Ed ~nder~on.
who is an art student. Honor Shep- played by Robert Dormng ;,nd
herd plays the part of Marie, and ~Imo Huston, played by Bernard
she has as her constant compan., '1 hompson.
ion a gay boy, who poses for the Honor Shepherd and Antbon:,
31.t class, and prides himself on S~gar as the two young pc~,pl~
his muscle development. Anthony WIth bounce, and Corcctl ~alct)',
Sagar, plays the part of Turk, the 10vemallingal1thelime.~a\.ca
model. They carryon their affair well done piclure of the cxtrr~'c·
in thc home of Doc and Maric but Iy modern young couple Ullfe·
Ihe wifc, busy dreaming. and :nak. strained by .coR\·~ntions..
.
ing friends with the postman, Play'l Tb~ set gl\'cs lust ti!C rIght PIC. cd' .by Denny Spence, the milk. lure of a run·down nelghhourbon~
i man, played by Victor Adams, and II and .the details in the two roum.
.\ talking to her neighbour, Mrs, of ll1s home are well taken r"r~
'GoHman, played by Avis Lennard, of next week~London Thealr~
closes her eyes to this.
present "His Excellency," slar:'in~
Marie has a sweetheart at home, Anthony Sagar.
Bruce, played by Joseph Shaw, - - - - - - - - - - - - - .
who comes' to visit her and takes
her_out.
The story is sad, and Hilary
Vernon as the woman who gcts
no fun out of life, plays this part
so well that at the end o[ the II
play she scemed to find it rath·
Ier difficult to be her sweet smiling self as she spoke to the audio
ence and announced next week's
play. Her mannerisms; look, dress
and voice all fitted into the pic.
ture of the woman who yearned
for her dog, Littlc Sheba, whieh
Spon!
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THE DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, FEB. 15, 1955
WANTED
DRIVER .' TRUCKMAN
TREPASSEY PARISH
FAIR A,NO BIN,GO
FOR SOFT DRINK PLANT
City Route
K. of C. Auditorium .
Apply
WANTED
ACALL. TO SERVICE
IMMEDIATELY
The St.John
Ambulance
of
fn ~scal1e
A Willing Young Man
Ander~on.
in!: and
Bernard
I
capable of making repairs and adjustments to
a business machine. A period of instruction'
will b~ given.
Anlhony
peoplll
gaiet)'.
l!31'C II
Good working conditions for right party,
rxlrr.mc·
pie nnrc.
;:~:.\:
'l'"
Apply
~ BOX 22 c/o this Office
feb15,18
iWANTED
TWO WAITRESSES -r_.
AND ALSO
TWO GIRLS FOR KITCHEN
Apply
Frost's R'estaurant
Sound Movies,
16mm Supplies
Positions Available
EXCHANGE.
:. OFFICE MANAGER JSONDRESTROM
BRANCH EXCHANGE.
;. OFFICE MANAGER NARSARSSUAK
BRANCH EXCHANGE.
:. GENERAL LEDGER BOOKKEEPER CENTRAL
EXCHANGE.
Applications are to' b. in writing, addressed t~
CENTRAL EXCHANGE
P.o. BOX ES110
ST. JOHN'S
All applications will be 'treated as confidential
"
FOR 'SALE
That well known property situated at 207· 9 NEW
GOWER STREET, presently occupied by the Bethesda
P~nteco5tal Assembly; consisting of full size basement
With back entrance. Main auditorium measuring 30 by
80 feet; six rooms on second floor; six rooms on third
floor; building In good repair. For further particulars
apply on premsie! or Telephone 4612H.
.,
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22
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9
15
26
5
OfFort Avalon .... Feb. 26
19
8
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15
29
TO NEW YORK:
ttFort Avalon ...• Feb. 26
Fort Hamilton .March 19
Fort Hamilton ,March 29
GENERAl. AGENTS
Huv.V & Co., LId, Dill 2151'
W. G. Moore
Dill 5890
. FURNESS WITHY
~ Co.,. LTD,
Montr.. I'
St. John, N.B.
radio contest
"KNOW 'YOUR NEWFOUNDLAND"
If.ten
ever radio stations
'caN
caT
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY'
AT 10.00 TO 10.10 A.M.
St. John's
Grand Falls
'CBG
CBY
o8d
Musical Instruments
GIBSON GUITARS-Horner But
ton Stop Accordeons and Har
GET THE FAcTSI Writ. Inter. ~onlc~5, Richmond Saxophones,
national Correspondence Schools oose~ CJarlnets.-Charles Hut
Canadian T,td. !l09 Argyle St: ~~~n~ Sons, P.O" ~06f).E. st.
Sydney, N.S.
!eb3,eod,tf
----.;--Barber Shop
SL.ENDER T/.BLETS are efhet THE CENTBAL BARBER SHOPive. 3 weeks' supply $2' 9 weeks F3SJ eCficient, sanitar,' service. All
$5. At all drugglMs. '
ma ern equJp!llent, five barbers.
J.n21,Itbt.3.1o.t5.17,:4.marl.3.15,17.%I,
The least possible waltlng. 24 New
21,31,'pr5,7,12.1D.2S.23.may3.10.1:tlt.2:tI
Gower St., opp. AdeJa!de Molon
31JneZ.7.9,14.IS.ZI.23.:I8... pl.I.15.22,29
Ltd.
' J.... Imci
3D'.
Ii HOURS DELlVEBl' 'eJIetl... ALL WOOL
,
INSURE now with Farnm' Wlthf
at Company, Lta .. ·~ Auto, Fire.
Transportation, 'MarlOe: 'Phone
2073 m: Rcx. Kelland, ~U..
ROBERT DAWE & SON. lire alld
Automobile Insarance Be
be 1'.I1'C, insure. Telephone 2882'
P.O.' BOJ 85, Royal Bank Cham'
bers, St. Johu's.
ap158m
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CoII&IC& STAN FOWLE I, Re!loll
MA1TltESSES re
picked, re.covered; .prln,.. day
beds rewired: Inner Iprillg mattresses reconditioned. Write, Phone
3891, wire R. J. Keall. 111 MDI\Ilt
Royal Avenue.
rom ~ea~e ramp., two ,mil
rack: to serve 3'ou. Greaslnlf oil
chang, on~ washing to;hJ!e.u.wait.
~rs call;!; for and delivered fot
Naevse Man genom! repairs-Terra
I da .. ~Icrs Ltd" rear Ne,,'found
an 00'0..
oeU.'tf
DEPENDABj"E FIRE INSUR
ANCE-Don't risk your valuables
to "8aVI)" a lew dollars. Our
flalr.rate, reliable policy give.
mmedlate protection. Phon
6921 or write J. J. Lace,. P. O.
Box !106.
ceplU
BUllding, lor Fire, Automobile and
Plate Glass Insurance. Claims :::-::::::=-=----....:.:::::.::.:
promptly settled. 'Phfllli '~31- WANTED TO BUY - Comics.
P.O. BOI: Q . .
apl,lm Dlagazlnes. vocket books. guitars,
accordions, 16 MIll film sewing
INSmANCE _ Bowrlq Bro~en machines. typewriters 'clothes
LImited, lnBurance Department- footweal'.-Jphn J). Snow, New
l'lre. Automobile. MariDe Ind all Gower St.'
jan261m
.!!l'
C a1tJ llneJ. , Telephone .3131.
'
J. B. MITCHELL & BON LTD
ItIr efficient .ervice Ind 'promPt
.ettlement of In!;uranee Claims.
DIal 2128-21211.
febl1,6m
CONTACT A. E. BlCKMAN co.
LTD., Iniur.nce. Agentl. 'Phones
£132.3....5-8. P.D.B. 984, for your
Insurance requirements.
m2il
Gand.r
. Taxis
Tho
D.~artm.nt,
throush
the
THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC
Chid
Archlt.eet'. ofUce. or through the under·
.~ed, or thrDU~1\ Ihe olficc 01 Ihc Di£·
trlcl Archlt.ct. D.partment .1 Public
Wada:, BuJldiDt ~, Buc},unl.ltra' Fjeld,
St. JolUl's, Ntld., .nd the DI,Lrtet Arehi·
t.et, Department 01 I'lIblic WorllJ. 1'pb.
GaUons
80 oz.
16 0%.
Ilo Buldll1l, lIaUl... N.S.. wUl IIIpjlly
blu•. prlntl and .p.eUielUo. of the work
oD depo.1t of I. sum of $2lO.oo in the
fCll'"m o! & ,hequt or money order lJ&l'·
able t. the ord.r o[ \Ill Mln!.tb>r 01 Pub·
IIc Worle.. TIl. d.poslt will b. . .lcu.d
on return of the blue,prints aDd IpecUi·
c"UOll wthin a monlh from· the date of
r ...pLlon 01 tenders. Il nol r.lurned
wihin that period the deposit wW be lor·
feited.
Tho lonlt or •• y lender not •• ce.·
ROBERT FORTIER.,
Chid ,of AclmllllslraU,. Se"I ...
,
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0%.
4
0%.
and s.crot'r:/
Department of Publlc Worlll.
ottowa. F.bruar:/ 1, 1935.
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NOTICE
In th' matter Df the Companies
Act and In the matter Of the
Hom.
Shipping
Complny
Limited, in Liquidation
.
All persons claiming to be
creditors of or who have any I'
claims or demands upon or af.
fecting
Home Shipping Com·
pany Llm!ted are requested t~
P.O. Box 785
Agents
D' I 2444
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!h~
~i~~dd~r~~~~~f:n T~ 6~~:~c~~~,
St
John'~
NClvIoundland
L1q'ulda'tor or'the said CO~P3nY:
on or before the 15th day of
March. A.D. 1955; alter which
date the LlquJdator will proc~ed
· t ib t th
l th
fa d IS rue
C a~s~ts f!
C
Company among the parl1es en·
titled thereto having regard only
to the claims of which he shall
then
hayeat had
notice. this 10th
. Dated
SI. John's
,~BY of February A.D. 1955.
JOHN T. CHEESEMAN.
ADRESS:
.
C/o West Atlantlc Product! Ltd.
340 Water Str',ftt
St. John's. Nc~f~undland.
f eb15,22marl.8
'
Furne,
ss Withy &~Company Ltd.
I
tl,erJlOtl It. JolIlI', Bosto. D&Utu It J.b..
ta
so RII:,.....
te
t.
!s. Job" BIIIioD BlllIn Sl JoIuI·. Lin,.,".
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",:\0\'1. Scaha . , ; . , .
Feb. 111 Feb. 22 Feb. 211
NeWfoundland . Feb. -~ .Mar.;: 1>!ar. /I Mal'. 12 Mar. 111
"Nova Scotia" •. Mar. 12 Mar lfl "ar "5 ~{a- .. n Apr 1
"Newfoundland" Mar:lU A r 6 J11. ~ • . . " "
•
•
p•
Apr. 12 Apr. 16 Apr. 111
~er.50n' eontl!lllplaUn, paSUle to Europe ahould lIIue booldl1p'
well III advance..
.
Air Pwagel arranged by' B.O.A.C. - K.L.M. - SClanillnlvlan Afr·
~::•.- Pan Amerlcih AIrways - T.W.A. and CtlOnectinc AIr.
Consult us regardlll, your tr3Vel proble.nu.
FURNESS TRAVEL' OFFICE
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Newfoundland
Services
n~
-WFOU"'DLA"'n HOTEL
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"'B()""'" ••••
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Nfld.-Canada Steamships Ltd.
FREIGHT SAiLINGS
1\I,S. "BEDFORD"
C.ONNECTION WEST RUN
PLACENTIA BAY,
WEONESDAY
Regl~lar 9.00 a.m. train to
Argenha Wednesday, Feb. 16th,
will mak~l'connccll()n' with lIf.V.
Clarenvillc tnr the Wcst Run
Placentia Day.
FREIGHT SOUTH COAST
SUIVCE
~n o;-der for freight to eGn·
nect With next trip s.s. Burgeo
on the South COBst Sllrvice,
freight mutit be at the Railway
Freight Shed by noiln Thursday,
February 17th.
HALIFAX - ST. JOlIN'S
Leavlnf Hallt~:t[:
' .
February 15th ................... .Due St. John's February
February 22nd.... ........ •......Due St. John's February
March 2nd ....... ,........... " ..... ,Due 51. John's 'March
March 11th .... .. .., .....~.............Due St. John',; March
Marm 19th.... ........ ........ .., .....Duc St. John's March
IMrinr JllJlII:l:
17th
24th
4th
131h
21st
M.S. "BF.LLE 18LJl n"
HALIFAX - ST. JOHN'S
.
st.
Febnury 15th.... ........ •.......Due
John's J'ebruiry
Februll"1 23rd.... , .... ".. .. .... .Dut! st. John's february
March 4th.... ........ •......: ........ DUe St. John s M~h
March 12th.... ....... ........ •.......Due St. John's March
17th' .
2~tb
6th
Uth
For immediate clearance per direct ~Illnes·
For raWs, s!)acc a.nd other intonnatlon apply:
HARVEY & CO., LTD., Genercl Agents, 0101,',2'51 ( .
.
"
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R. N. COLE, Speciel Representativ., St. John's, D;aI22l':·
.
CANADA. PACKERS' LIMiTED
8
DOES NOT STAIN
sully aee.pled.
'Corner' Brock
FOR QIDCE &114 Betwr Semce
the HUB TAXI, near Ute flailwZ3'
at any time,' to any place, call . .,'. , .
'"
See, hear and, play .the beaaillul
QUIX SOAP POWDER, KAM and YORK. CANNED Station. ' Dial 2071.
. ...
Sponsored by:
ORGANS.
a~d
PIANO.s
MEATS,. MAR.GEN~, MAPLE LEAF BEAUTY. $OAP.
Dry 'Cleaning
we now have 'on display I
f b
CIAFT CLEANEKS LTD~ "hi'"
A. L.' COLLIS,' SON '
.t_1_5_.2~4ro:::m:::.ftr~1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _~_ _ _..;,._,-...;_ _ _ _ _ Ibe charm III newnl!!!. 11 restored. 'Expert Pllno 1unln,' S'rVlc,
Dial 0985. It Hamllton st. oe13,11 Topsal! .Hl,hwlY 'DIAl., 4902·A
DETTOL
I
Slendor Tablets are effective. 3
M' II
weeks.supply ~2; 9 weeks $5; at
Isce aneous
LeMarch8nt, R. C. MacDonald,
.
.
and Rickett's Drug Stores
, T. W. TURTl.E & SON-Mllons
','
and Contractors. BrIck Manulae.
I----=----:~_-- turers~ also in £lock are dilterent
Retreading
colors in cement as well as 'a
quantity of plaster sand mason
rJon't take chances. Have your sand, concrete sand. Phone 1489
:ar equipped for winter driving. Shcarsto•. n.
'jan13,eod.tf
rlres rebuilt in sno,,!.m1l'1 ~eslgn PRINCESS BEAUTY PARt.OUR,
t USED TIRE SALI:S, 8G .... mll. 13 LeMarchant ROlld Dilll ~310
Ion S,treef.
nov6.1mth We specJalize In hair 'stYlin~ and
uttlng, also tinting and cold
~avcs.
Open nights by appoint.
ment.
nov!!.4,lmth
Venetian Blinds
late
BIG CASH PRIZES
therein.
Education
:::==-:::-::~~~~__
WIN!
.
FOR SALIi....;One G M C Y.z t
Pickup 1952 ,r,'i1~age' 7
Bargain for quick sale ~aoo 00'
'Phone ,1i558.F
, . i' • •
_ _ _ _ _._ _ _ _ __
Insurance
IN STOCK
Dlstric~ ..\rchUett. Dep.o.rtment ot Publ!!:·
Works BuUdln~ :9, Dud:muttu' t'hld.
SI. John·s. NlId.. the Di.tri.1 Archit.cl
Architect. Deporl",en 01 pubUc Work ••
Public :Bwldin,. nauta);. N.S.. anll at
the ros~ Office. Grand FlUS, Nfld.
To be considered e3ch tendl!r must b..
accompanied 111 " ,ecurity it. 1I1i forJ'l\
1"1 a certUitd c.:heque Dr bonds a •• peci·
lI.d I. the form. 01 t.ed.r and m.de on
or accol"dinl: to thase forms art.! in ac·
<ordanee "'Ith the 'conditions .01 lorlb
A Dress·LlngerJe 5hop In your
own home.' Fifth Avenue, New
York fashions. Good commsslons.
No Investment. Write Modern
!\fanner, Dept. 6053, Hallover,
Penn,a. or Dept. 60113. 366 Mayor
Street, Montreal, P.Q. feb3(h)
.Blind!, Flcxalum, Aluminum,
Steelj rlani~ cottou tapes. Manu.
d'acturt'li by Kearney, LImited.
t~4 Water ,street. Phone 151'!.
teb12,3i
MARCH
30. 1m.
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Plan. ..nd f~rcU1cation un be Ieln
and Corml of tender obtaIned at the 01·
llee. 0' tbe Chld Architect. Dt:partnumt
Df l'ubUc Work., Onawa. Ont.rlo. the
For Sale
oct4~f13,18,20,=,21,noV3,10,17,14
For further iniormation and appointment
to inspect
.
'PHONE MR. CARSON STROUD, Tr.asu,.,
At 'Phone No. 80197
SE.\LED TESDEIIS .ddr.... d t. the
undenllned a.ud endorser f'TEND-En
i'OIl FEDERAl. PUBLIC aUILDL'iC.
GRAND FALLS. I'U'LD.... wlU be reo
!teind in tht: oU1ce of the SecretarY • .un~
til 3,00 p.m. (E,S.T.), WED~'&5D".Y.
Help Wanted (Female)
Personal
'Calls Corner Brook after
St, John's,
ttAcccph
refrigeration
cargo.
".
Room suitable for Offic:es. Heat and light
supplied. Centrally located at 11 Churc:h Hill,
C.E.!. Club building•. Very suitable for business
Offic:es, Doctors ,0Hic., etc.
.
I
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, TO CORNER BROOK:
Villeis will call Newfound.
lind Outports II induce.
ment offer..
'
,
PRIVATE
PARTY
If so, you are inviled to attend a meeting sponsored by
the advisory committee of the Parent·Teachers' Association of the Children's Home Training School at 8.15
p.m., WEDNESDAY, February 16th, at the United
Church Orphanage, Hamilton Avenue. '
10
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SAILINGS
FROM
ST. JOHN"S
N,w YDrk
Hillfix
CLUB CLOSED
of Retarded Children?
17
25
•
FOR RENT
TO·NIGHT
Are You Interested in the Problem
ST. JOHN, N.B.:
Avalon ••.. Feb, 19
AI'alon ... March 12
Avalon ." April 2
'tFort Avalon ., ,March
Fort Hamilton .. Feb.
Fort Hamilum March
Fort Hamilton •• ]\farch
Fort Hamilton •• March
Polling Booths will be open from 9 ~.m. to 8 p.m.
ST. JOHN AMBULANCE,
102 Water Street, or Telephone 5830
TO
~b9,61
WARD TWO - GLENDALE
For further information apply to
ST. JOHN"S
of MRS. GORDON MOORE,
Main Road,
,
Mount Pearl Park.
GOULD'S ROAD
Applications for enrollment in either of the above
dasses a,re accepted up to and including Tuesday,
February 22nd.
SAILINGS
Re~idence
The Residence of MR. MICHAEL NOLAN,
Commonwe'olth Avenue,
Glendale.
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Corncr Brook ""'t.., BOWRING
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the servl'cos
had their
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operating on a five.year plan, nothing to repair.
shared with Ches. Carter of Burin· M.. A germe an I.....· erra
correspondenc.
own day.
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meD)ber for Trinlty.Conception He was pressing [or harbour In. Burgeo the view that immediate Nova getting ready to prosecute
.. __ ... _. __ ._ ..___ ... _. __._.....-----.----- action for Improvement of the tile seal fishery. Captains Laite
Otber committee membcrs are:
Major John A. Bergstrom, Pro·
ject Officer, Major 1Ilichacl N.
,Alessandro,
6605tll ABWing;
Major L. Batty, Hq. AB Group;
.lIl:1jor Harold 'r. Cuningham.
52d AnS; lIIajor Frank R. Dean,
Hq :M & 5 Cp; lIIajor Durbin R.
Fbher, Operations Sq. (Sccuri·
ty Officer)'; lIIajor Robert E,
Hunter, 6614th ATS; lIIajor John
G. McKenna, Ilq AB Group; lila·
jar Robert B. Moore, Motor Vehiele Sq; Major Charles W. Peter·
son, Air Base Sq; Majorf Philip
A. Rand, 61st. FIS; lIIajor John.
CENTURY IN BUSINESS
services' of the Canadian National t.nd Gus Carler, respectively, wll
Dear Slr,-Referring to your
Telegraphs was of vital import. lie In command and ships nr~ arUcle on Saturday morning last,
ance. The service was bad on the scheduled to sail [or the front "St. John's Ncwspapers of a Cen·
w~t coast, he emphasized, and reo nbout lIIarch 5th.
tury Ago" and the reminder from
building of the whole line was a
Mr. ohterbrldge in Monday's issue
pressing need. It could not all be
re Harvey & Co. Ltd. and Bow·
undertaken at the same time, but
ring Brothers Ltd" we think it is
action In the St. George's and st.
apropos that we should mention
Barbe areas was particularly 1m.
that S. O. Steele & Sons Ltd. are
perative. There were no roads i n t o .
the direct successors of a Crock·
St. Barbe, he pointed out, and only
cry Business established in 1MB
one boat weekly. He was keeping . FURNESS RE~ CROSS
anad In continuoUS operation in
after the Department of Transport Fort Avalon leavmg New York Crockery and Glassware since that
"u
to take action on this matter.
Feb. 17, St. John N.B.,st Feb.
J h19,' tim", and I'n ulC same 10cat·\on.
d
b
The member for Burln.Burgeo is Halifax Fe . 22, lie
• 0 ns
Yours very truly
out o[ Ottawa for a few days, and Feb 24, sailing Feb. 26 'Corner
S. O. STEELE &. SONS LTD" R. Rawson, 61st FIS, Major Clnx·
STEAMSHIP
MOVEMENTS
War In ]
Not
a~d
u.s.
Sen. Pra
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.We'll really_~r!.ye ~'e~ nuts wl1h popcorn todayl"
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his reaction to the blue book's pro- Brook and New York).
V J. Stteie Director.
visions for his riding were not 1m· Fort Hamillon leaving New York
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,
mediately available.
Feb. 25, Halifax Mar. 1, duo st.
However, Mr. Carter was reo John's Mar. 3, sailing Mar. 5 (ror
Most people like Engmembered 8ubstantiaIly In tho Halifax).
Iish Biscuits. They are
January contracts awarded by Fort Hal"llton leaving Hali£ax,
Public Works, announced here to. Mar. 9, due St. John's
12. baked differently
the
day by. Mr. Winters. Among tile sailblg Mar. 15 (HaliCax and New ~nglish seem to get a dis~
major' projects listed in an over· York).
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all total of well over one million Fort Avalon leaving New York hnchve flavour Into their
dollnrs were two for Burln.Burgeo. M~r. 10, St. John N.B" Mar. 12, biscuits
ELKES English
The contract [or a new federal HaliCax Mar. 15, due St. John's'
•
building at Grand Bank, at a cost Mar. 17, sailing again Mnr. 19 for Biscuits are the most deof $289,000, was awarded to the Corner Brook artil:New.york.
licious of aU English BisNewfoundland Engineering and Fort Hamilton leaving New
Construction Co. of St. John's, and York, Mar. 22, 1;£aUfax Mar•. 26, cuits you have ever tasted
another contract for a $73,000 fed· due St. 'John's Mar. 28, sailing and are noW available at
eral building at St. Lawrence went again Mar. 29.
\
to the same company.
\ teading grocers. Why not
NFLD. CAN. STEAMSHIP
h
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Bedford 11 leaving Halifax Feb. try t em.
15, due St. John's Feb. 17, sailing - - - - - - - - - - again Feb. 18.
BIRTH
Belle Isle II leaving Halifax
SWANSON-Born at BlIchans.
15, due St. John's Feb. 17, sailing Februnry 13, to Margaret and
Eric Swanson, a girl.
.
again Feb. lB.
A U.S. Navy LSn docks at Keelung, Formosa, with evacuees· from the Invaslon·threatened -TacheB
Bedford II leaving Halifax Feb.
Islands.
.Tile craft, carrying mostly Nationalist Chinese Air Force ground personnel,' was the first
Anothe~ large shipm~nt of
IN MEMORIAM
22, due St. John's Feb. 24, sailing
to Irrive since the U.S. Seventh Fleet became ac-tl\'ely engaged In the pullback.
a~aln Feb. 25. '
Belle Isle II leaving Hamax Feb. BRUCE-In fond and ·Ioving
By J. R.· WILLIAMS
23, due St•.John's Feb. 25, salling memory of a dear brother.' Pat·
OUT
OUR
WAY
rick J. Bruce, who departed tbls
again Feb. 26.
LE.T Me PIAl. -mAT "ID
Ufe
February 15 •. 1935. May the
in Chrome and Brass finish.
Bedford II leaving Halifax Mar. Sacred
FOR. 'J'CtJ~oBETWEEN EACH
Heart of Jesus have mercy
2, due St. John's Mar. 4, sailing on his soul. -Ever remembered
NUMBER IT 5OI.lNPS LIKE
'IOU GOT TH' PLAC.I:O AN'
BEST QUALITY - LOWEST PRICES
by his sister, Mrs. A. M. Whelan.
aliain March 5.
. ·ARe WArTlN' WHiLE .
Belle Isle II leaving Halifax
"THE" GO TO i'HE'
4, due St. John's Mar. 7, 5all· -----O-E-A-T-H----NE)C"I" FAlVATO
. Also
G6T jH' KII?,!
ing again Mar. D.
Bedford II leaving Haliiax Mar.
11, due st. Joll.n's Mar. 14, sailing RODGER-passed away at De·
,E~~LISH
again Mar. 15th.
troit, Michigan. U.S.A. on Febru·
. Belle Isle II' le"vlng
Halifax
ary
1955,of Jane
:1II8rjorle,
be·
~
loved4th,wlie
Alexander
James
.
8~C
Mar. 12, due St. John's Mar. 14, Rodger, leaving to mourn besides
,
,
sailing again Mar. 15th.
husband, one son Lawrence, also.
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brother and sister at Trenton •
in all stan~ard' sizes .and. patterns.
CLARKE STEAMSBlP CO.
Burial was in Michigan Memorial
Novaport • leaving st. John, I,cje.m.e.te.r.yi·iiiiiiiiiiii·••ii'iI
. .:' .If,Y~u ~~re ~bui,l~ing we can su'pply anything in Building· Supplies
N.B., Feb. I5,Halifax Feb. 18, due II
. thG.tYO,unee'cl, from ~~~~~lto your PAINT finish.
'
IN MEMORIAM.
st. John's Feb 21, sallillg again
BRUCE
Feb. 22. .
Novaport leaving st. John, N.B.,
today brings back sad
March 1, Halifax March 4, due st.
1\tmorles cif • loylng son,
' ..
John's March 7, sa!1lng again
, PATRICK J. BRUCE
March 8.
who . deputed this lift
North Coaster leaving st. John,
.' Feb~ulry 15, 1935.
N.B., Mar. 8, Halifax Mar. 11,' due
May the Sacred Heart of
St. John's Mar. 14,' sa!1lng. again
.Jesus' have' mercy on' his
Mar. 15.
.
8~ild;n,9 S~pplies.
Department
soul.
.
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.
Novaport leaving 5l John, N.B.,
.
(lnsarted.
by
his
fath.r and.
Mar. 15, Hallfax Mar. 18, dueS!.
:·5T. JOHN'S'.
'.
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mother.)
;
John's Mar. 21, sailing again Mar.
22.
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"Since nuclear
of the I
said, "thc commi
Amcrican people
formed rc;;ardin
nuclcar cxplo.,ior
urcs which indil'i
protect thcmsdl'l
tack shoulli el'er
WIDE AREA DI
"in thc cI'en!
the usc of atomic
out [rom iarge r
rloded on or ne
the earlh woul
hazard 10 cil'iIi
lar:;e arcas ou
zones.
"The Atomic
sion hopes t:Jat
nCI'er bc CXPI
kind."
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·'!he I'cry iarge
"icc" set olf a
1.Iarch and olh[
commission mac
posb'~ssion
Ie
bnd ~cnat"r ~
that If war hr
mosa Ihr. hlan
the Unitcd 5(;
munist China.
Senator C. I
Liberal and
lIess mal/nale
Senate with Se
Ontario Liber;
10 the Upper
Formosan pol
result in a thi
Senator Pr;
throne ~pecct
tor Euler has
mind. But tl
remarks on
·'helped in th
mit that is ~
Presidcn! E
.a l\'arnin~ th.
if necessary
Fnrmosa. He
yoke war bt
"by making
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