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VAUXHALL VICTOR
Vol. 67. No. 92
THE DAILY NEWS, 5T. JOHN'S, NflD., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960
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1· llUHB.~:'\. South Africa 1.\I'J
1- Thirtrrn :\c~roPs w~rr ;;cntcllt;ctl In twn :;cars in jail with
one war >U>pctHicd TtH·>da~·
for t;•king part in the marc:h
from Caln ~lanor into Durban
April I durin!: which three ~c­
grne~ were shot dead.
All the defendants pl<·a<h·•l
guilty and lt•stified they wcrr
forc<•d to join the procrs-ion.
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Tucsdil~· w makr a comcba('~
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i Tht• :l~-.' c:·r-old chil'l;cn far1mer. \Iolii kil bi' falht•r"o !.on-
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WASHI;>;GTO;>;-Western Forei~n \linisters poses for pbutograph~rs prior to thdr lllel'ting on <lisanmimcnt
l!lruhlem~. Left to ri~ht:-Francl>s Maurice Com·e de !\hu·,·ill(•: llalv's :\nlonio St·~ni: l:nitecl Slatt•s S:·t·I'Clilr\' ur
Sialt Christian Herter; C:rcat Britain's Selwyn Lloyd, and Canada's Howard C. <:rcrn.-l'Pl Tt·!eph<llo. ·
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h•H•Pd out of one hull rin~.
Before ,,ailing Tuesda)·. HitchCt;l'1, ,aid hr lwd to pron• himself In Spanish nmnls h<:forr
1h<•r would ~ccrpt him again .
.:l knew it was no good trl:In
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Bloody Fighting
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Five Cities
Sl·~OlT- \p· ·- Pre~idcnt S~·ng:man Rhee\ l(o,·em·
men! clamped wartime material law on fh·e South
Korean citie> Tuesday ni:;:ht after a hlood~- day of
n c:1r- revo lul ion.
"\\'hrn I 'aw the took in hi'
Scores were rlcad <mel hundred~ wnundrcl •
ryes as he fnndlerl his capr illld
The l"nitcd Stalt'' delh cn·d a virtual rchu!.c to
,won!, I knew he would go
11hce for his strona-arm t•lcdion ladit·~ and ur~ed hinl
\\'hale\·Pr hilppCI\!'d."
tn fan· up to pop;;lnr gri(·,·:mecs. :'>lidnight found th!,
Hitchcock. known ~s "~:1 ln~­
capital
transformed frmn a battlefield into a no man I
lcsr" to Spanish crow<!'. imr~ht
land,
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into a jittery r1uict hy the guns of trucka bullli~hl lal't October as a
IPads
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trnnps rushed in from the north.
prelu<lc to hi~ comrhaek aut!
1\'ils carriNI out of thP hullrin~ WOflST [RJSIS YET
Thr troops restored Ull·
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''it Jloa nr:11· lladrid on thl'
Thr S:i-rr::r . old pre.'l<· 1<'n: easy qu1c
. th•<
shoulders n! eltt'ering ~pan· found him;elf [;,rt' to l~cc 111 th <·it,· hut ,·iolence contmuerl
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the graw<i int~rnal crisis of to ·brrak 0 ut in the norlhea,l·
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Th~> .·•·:"on hr hopr< to 11~\tt
S. 1 I' ,. 11 Ta 1"'ll T:Jl'iun of til(' l'ninr~ity of Korea
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-~ to ·' Ill '' an< a.:t• II. ' . ;md Kwangju werr umlrr mar- anrl thP ."roul :\a tona ..,nt·
tt·r·nal ira--that is to lwcomc a lial law, and the capital for a \'ersity, The army said it had
full-flrd~ed malarlor. At pres· time '('('nH'd almost in a state matter• under cnntrol In the
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of anarch>·. Th<' a1·my impost'< I f our " !lint•
' rt'tt'e•·' ltnde··· nlat··
fighting onl~· ~·oun~ bull~.
t•en>m·.<hip on Knn·an new,. tial law.
Durin.~ thl' wintl'r hr traint·<l
The att;wk on the presidenfl I I
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on his farm hPre ll'ith his l':ife pap<'r<.
;\lmo~t likr a rapital at war. tial manSion re er er a pu ·
pla~'il~;.: thr p;1rt of a hull.
Seoul wa.- in a .<tatr of riotmt; lil' feeling that police htutaJi.
turmoil throu.chout Tuesda~·. tr· had helped Rhee to his land
· .. s'!i<l<' dl'tory la>l montft.
St·,·rrol huildin~s were ~rt aftrr
/1 rhrr·•·in~ . .il'rrin~. chantin~ · Thow•anrl' of Korean' al~n
horrlt' of students. about 5.0UO r·la<lt<'d with police in pu~an.
r·~r·t·ulrrl" :111 ;11r ltll'l"f' :-.:pflkF" ,tr·m~ ..'m:o,hrrl throu~h a rnr- Korean prr<s r~port' said Ill~
man .<aid. II fell ehotll nne-h:olf l;tin ol trar ;:a>. 'trc;,m,, o[ lirc- <·rnll'd thrrc ~rrw from about
milr fr'!nl lhr platrau. no.'r hN •rall'r and a barbrrl wtrr · ~-ii\1?rt~~urlel;.~ ~~,:~t~~~ 50 -~~
fir.·l inloo rooek.r· lrrT:Iin at ilw harri<·arlr to 11i"hin 60 0·arrl< of
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erl~:' of " pun<!.
1>\wr·s oflicral rr<tdrtu-r hrforr ahroul \O.IJIJO sturlrnl:< and
\o ;nl:"~tt111"~''('1Hctll
from tlw ~nards Ojl<'llr'l f•rr. llt'n\ronslra·. I<!Wil•p<'nplr attacked goYern·
iuquiQ hnarrl W<l:-o rxprctrrl tor., amon~ the crowd frll.
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H('St'tlf' ~~ orkr1·s ('Otlld IWi
"fht' studcntc. ;omc chilrlrrn. ,creral rlownluwn building,·
l'C<tl'h th0 SCPnC itOtnl'diately were .ioinrrl hy thousands of including two pro-::lolernment
hrrml<e of the rnu~h tcrr;lill. trlll'nspcorlc an;!rily d<'nounc- newspapers and the
headRut fool patrols mana~e·l In ~et in;: the re•ults of the )la~c·h ·quarters for the toul(h anti·
lo the arc~ Tuesday_
ekction. whtch the oppostt~on Communist youth corp~. Alon2
qys wa< ri~grd hy the ruhng with the police the youth corp~
.-\ir furrr official~ at Harmon Lihrral party and police coer- wa' nccusrrl or ~lrong-arming
said thn knr\1' something \\'as C:on.
the opposition in last month';
wrong 1~hen they suddenly lost
At nigiJIIall. an ·infantry diYi- election.
coitlact with the plane on their sion. spearheaded hy a tank
Some of the demonstrator~
radar serren. Th~ plane madr
company. nto\'ed into Seoul and eallcd for Rhcc·.~ resignation
no r:Hiio rnniacl hefore crash- murc troops eonlinued to pour hut the president has often
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in throu~h thr night. Srrm~ of hinted that he feels no onr ·
thr cro;nls of drmonstrator< <'nn protrd Korea (rom rom·
chPerrd them-·thcir argument munism ;ts well a~ hr ran.
w:JS with lhr T.ihrral p•rt>· anrl
Till' riotrrs Willi 011~ politillw prrsidrnl. not \l'llh lh<' r~l f'OIIr<'.«inn. .\laynr Kim
llun:c•<HI\1 of S0ou1 re,ili\nr.rl.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Canada's Import. Sales
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Strike Fails On Foreign Beef
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in:2. to ,...lop him.'' ::aid his wift'
.Jarqllt•lillt'. \\'.ho i.~· ~1il.nn.~ in
Bnt;oin with their threl' child·
Jlll!.\:\:\ESBt"RG fl"Pl - Mri1·an township> at l'ort Elila·
11)" ARC'Il :\lacKJ·:\ZIE
tllnritir·' '"id 'J'tor•.·day Tllr)' ren.
South .\frteon :">t•gro politit-al br•th anrl arrested ahout 1711
(l'J''I'.<\ WA ('1'-"l'ut dOI\'1\ wc·1·p <'ll/1\tll<'llt ing more in snrlr~drr.• lo>t a ma.inr tri;ol of prr.•on'. They were lirH'l"ihcd tlwt primr Englbh roa"t bt'l'f. row than in iillger on n•;>:.rls
~trtn~:h "•lit tlw 11·hitr ~m·t•m· h; policr as "unlawful star· captain. Yu't•r unrler arn•.•t." th.d '"111" .\:1\Pril'::n., 1'1inl;
mrnt Tl!!':>rlay whrn a st;IHII· a\\'a~·,," J.-otsis <honiigan~>. per·
That's not a tine fmm Slwr- l"arwdian anti-rti>r'il.'<: 1\ll'il'·
homr .•lrtkr flnppNl hadl.1.
>on; lacking the idcntit~· pa>s· loek llnlmes but an pxampk-~- un•s arc lax alnn<: tht· s:•asn;pnr·;\\'ILI.I:. \llrl. rr·t••
\r~ro \\nrkrr< in mo>t ;rre~s llook, all adult non-whites lllll>t · arlmittcrlly h,l·pnthetu·al-ol n 11·;:>··
Jnrrs\i~a:or:- Tllr"l:iY piekcrl
i£norrd a !'all hy the outlawed c"rr)· undt•r 1\Pilrlhcicl laws and Canadian ngriculture inspr·t·- FEST PIPEI_INE
orr'r thr .• raller<•rl 1\r<'cka~e of
,\lrit.\11 \ational Con~n·ss to othrr "undt,;;irahl~s."
tor appn•hcnding the ~kippH
( 'an;Jdi:Jns "ju.t do not r••n. a ~i:Jlll Pnitrrl Statr•s ,\ir !'on·•·
•ta~· away from thrir juh.1 I hi>
The African 1\at.ional Con- of« forPign l'~sscl pl)'ing the li;:'-' thl' rl:•n:!<'r"l" •'"'';hii,ti<'' l'ar~o pl;o•lt' 11 hich cr:r.,hcrl in
w~ck in prnlr>l a~ainst asrrrts ~l'l''·' had flooded tht• natiVl', St. Lawn!ncc Sl'aWil;'.
)'Pt.'' ;1 wi!n:·1.1 told a r·'l\1~··c$- rol!t!l'! hill.· nl'ar lh'l"l' ~lr.ud:~:..
of tlte go1·r11\l11rnt'• apartheid· hn1·n,;hips with lrallrts urging
The crinw; Tm·king into 'ion at >;ulw :n•millrt· in rx- killiiW its ni;w IT!'\\' mrmht·r,.
p~>lirir,.
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·Negroes to boycott wot'k lor a' foreb~n meat rr·csh ril' unt·o:Jk· prcs,;in~ f:•:n· that tlw 'C-'Way
.-\ i:_lr\.F l"'arrl 0 r it•quir::
ThP lr'l o[ str~n~th ramr w~·.•k in prolrst a~ainst. the, rd 011 cntcrinn the <~•a·,•:<ty, t•au ::c t~-pi~cli .. ,· ;o.· t.ll -~l1s fro:, 1 [)~"r air hast• in DPiaTu~~da~· with lht• full re.ump- ·passbook rules and the jailin~:' thus menacing 'he lw~lt:1 or' or ftll~dgri pr•st> mid disrasrs w~n· :rrril·<•rl here anrl w;1s
lion of work following the four- of many Negro leaders under i Xorth American livestock.
, harmful to :\orth Amcri<;an flow, 1 by lwlieopler. into the
da:· Easter weekend.
the Rtate of emergency. now in! Stringent ml'at regulations,; agriculture.
·hill> 10 start its in\'l'stigation of
.\!any :'\rgroes were short of its third week,
comparable to the 1·igilance in
Donald Fi!'lr·hr•r·. ext•t·uti\·e lh<' er:t>'h. Thl' hig l'-12!, hound
moar) and thus ill-prepared for
\\"ith most of Johannesburg's detecting t•ontraband liquJr. >t•t·rcllry of the Jluq l're1·en- fn:m ~lildcnhall. Eng.. from
a strike.
220.000 ;'o;egro workers back on narcotics or jewels. applied to liun .\ssoeiali:1n at 1linncapo- Drnw. crash<'d two 11 ,iwt"'
Pohrt• and troops .<loon h~· in their jobs and similar good the Queen's tahle aboard thl' lis, went on to eill' t.l1e 1952 after tal;enlf lrllm nrarh;·
~e.~ro areas urar here and at turnouts elsewhere, a former royal yacht Brittania on La;t outbreak of hoof-and-mouth U~AF Ernest Hannon base.
Capetown and Durban to "pro- ('o11gres.s offt'ct'al ~at'd the strike· year's C~n~dian tour.
disea'e ;n S;:>katciH'wan as an
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The plane p]ummctcr1 on 1y a
trcf' work<'rs from "agitators. {ailed because "the people. were·. Allt:aw or Un!•onkl'd foreign example of whatmil!ht result. short di>tancc fro:n ,1 plat(•au
and inlimidators."' as.<~rtcdlv broke."
m<'al ts slnppctl under ~cal Canndi:tn llcer r•xpmts to lht• wht•re an •·nwrgenc)· l;mdin~
~~r•· 1·n~ to 1,rr•·rnt t]1nm frnm'
before forl'ign \'.cssd,; t•nl<•r L.S. \\'Cl'p h:lllt:rl until Ill<'
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~oing to their JOb;;. Xo trouble
llt· t·ompl;dned the strikr call the seaway, a,!!ncultlll'C aa- disr•a.,e was wi.•<'d out.
w;~.o r1·pnrtrrL
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a holida.1· anrl free and ea'Y
f'nh•·~ and .-nldrl'l'S .<:rppnriCII ~II<'Illliu~ liiOnl')', nohody 11·as
I>~ ~nnnred cat·~ rairlrrl thr·rc prepared to lo'c pa)·."
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Hitler. Policies
Welcome In India
IIAT.lfAX ll"l'l .. It ;1ppr"rrd · Sprcnlalinn 011 Hl~ Nova
WHr:ELING, W.Va. IAI'i-· at 11 p.m. !,ST ~la)· 9--etectoon t·rrlain Tuc~rla;· that the 1\ora.Srntia cleetinn date crntre~ on,
.Jack Kennedy got his Irish up err.
Scntia ).!OI'~rnmcnl will go to the .!nne fi or i or .June 13 or 14.
\t a stn11 ;!I Hr';ol·h.'· RethaH,\
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It is known tl1at Prem\Crs "anThe Democratic senator from eollt•gr. a llel'l;lt•r· who trail rei
The Ia> I possihilit)· tot a ~l;oy field :t11rl Flemming t~ave con·
\ E\\' llEI.Hl !Reuter'! _! praspec·t that the di~cussion~
11.\ \'.\\"A. ('uha I API - ,olini starter! !n talk aiJout cum- l-lass;Jchusctts, otl\'iousb· irked him throu~h IIIUelJ n[ his \\'i;- elect inn ll'a.< ruled 11111 Tuesrln) fern•d on possible dates and Chinese communi,;! Premier wilt lead to a real settlemelll.
rnmt )l!nbtrr Fidel l'astro munism in onlet' to pel'secutc at the pcrsis!cnt nct•rlling of consin campaign and is follow· afternoon hy a soUI"Cl' rlose 10 that ~Jr. Flemming farors June. L'hou t-:n-lai Tucsdny was
:\rhru has said he can set
>old Tur>d<ly h<· want, hrtter all free men, to pcr~ccute every Srnalot· Hubert H. Humphrey in~ him through n_orthcm We>l l'ro''l'!'-'siw Cons<•rr:•ti•·r !'rem-----grretcrl by a stern .Jawaha_rlal no common ground between
relations with the United States, ~~·pe of justice," Castro replied. of ~Iinne sola and his suppor- hV1r~uua . a> ked Kh~nndt•d;·_ how icr llubert L. Stanfit•l<l. The in:\ehru. hostilr demonstraltons the opposrng cla1ms and for
hut profe;;~cd to find some "Remember Hitler and llusso· tcrs, accepted Humphrey's chal- c cott r1 ~quare 1s uttcs as, . . .
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'·' 1 w_t'tl1 II ws_r· of a I'•0·1 ment
fotmatton
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[ dians t r1a t th e f ron t'tel· prob ·
~imilarily bctwern V.S. policies lini. Remcmher Senor Franco . ie11gc to a face·to·face dnbate
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tof 111 ~s,1.r
election
would he
and a corrcr·t hut <·ool we·'
and thoH of Hitler and llus- the S11aniSh dictator, that friend their presidential primary _fight man f..athohc of lnsh descent., . 1, TuPsda\·
t·u~s disputed border ques- lrm will be tong and dra'll'n
solini.
of Eisenhower.
; and made the >Ubjcct or hts re-' "I don't t:•kc orders from _mat c
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"The only !bing Franco, llit· 'ligion .a major topic in his hop. abO\'C.'' Kennedy replied.
' The prnrineial rlectJon law I
i The Chine><' leader will be'
lradrr. howe\'rr. denied he was · l~r ~lussolini were accustomed: ttnd·sklp speeches.
· "I am going to go to churl'h: prol'idt•s lor lht• wnt of e!eclwn :
: in India ,ix days to discu~s
thr tnspirallon for a suggcstfon to say was lhat they were; The two moves rrprcscnt a wherr I want. reganlless · nf lo he tss~crl at least 4 ~ days heTAIPEI. Formosa (AJ')-Thc wit~ the I_nctian prime minister i
that he meet with President, enemies of Communism, and complete turn-about from his whrther I'm elected president fore polling day. ~lay 31 15 onl)· "arrison commander of the, then· ser1ou~ border quarrel.·
Ei~enhowcr or State Set·retary 'while talking of communisnt. method· of cnmpaignin;: in Wis· I or not;" he said,
41 days nway tl)(lay.
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~chru marie a pointer! refer-,
Christian A. Hrrtcr.
they attcmr>ted to justify every: crmsin, where he dcfcal_crl Hum-; This drew a ion~ ovation
It was !earned, howe,·rr. thai Qucmny Islands has cancelled t'IH'c in his wekuming ;pect·h:
r~stro promised a major sort of a~~rcssions, and 1 think~ phrey earlier this month.
:from the studr•nts. Bet han~· is· the prcm1rr plans to make. h1, all military leave>. warning that t.o their· stramed t·clations. .• ·
piJiir·y ~tatcment ~Ia~· I.
thcrt• exists todav some similar-: "In view of the way the cam· a DL<ciplcs of Christ srhoo] with amwunccment ~hortly. possthly the Red Chinese may hr pre-: Ahout 100 rlemonstralot·•. ·
The l"uhan lcJdcr seemed it)" in the policy. of the govern- paign is evolving in West Vir- an enrolment of 700.
:within the next two weeks. The paring an inl·a,iun of the member> of tile •·i;:hl wing
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anxious to >a)' it was not he mrnt of the United States of ginia." Kennedy Haid, "I ran'!,
• ---------·datr is Irkcly to follow hy a few i'Jationalisl outposts just off llindu ~lahasahha p<tt·t_, .. :ricd The only w;ty to ke~p policr
who hart su~;:ested a meeting North America which ·appears, accept the current attacks with·'
.-\I.I.OW SM-\1.1. CRAFT
clays hallt•tm~ m n<'tghhorm;;
· to break through a polil'e corfrom ~u,;pecting was to cut
with t:.s. leaders. hut that he to have arloptrrl a policy tlwt in :out fi~hting hack."
i OTTAWA' (CI'l - The St. 1New Brunswicl1 wherr Conser· the mainland. Qualilied sonrces don and ~tallC a proll'.'l at up
the body anri ~tct rid o( it
had ~imply answered a question othl'f limes served to ad1·ance , DEBATE ON TV
:Lawrence Seaway will he open I\'ahvc Prcmwr Hugh .fohn in Taipei believed the 1\'arniug the presidential palace, where piere by piece, Roy Chatman
on that subject and that the fascism."
: Within a matter of hours, ·~this year to pleasure craft at· Flemming i.s cxpceterl to seek was not based on any new in- Chou is ~lay in~. They elashcrl figured.
North American news ag<•ncies.
WSAZ·TV at Hpnlington. at the least 20 feet long and two tons! his mandate in earl)' .June. The· lelligcncc information. and they with police who drrol"e them
report in~ this. ··changed rny
:westernmost tip of the state, an- in weight, the seaway ~nlhorily New Brunswick voting date
back.
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But police rau~ht 11im.
no special significance
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words with e\'ery intent to dis·.
nounce d ,I he two WOU lrr appear lannouneetI Tuesda)·. To 11 s Wl'll must be announce d 39' days Ill' attached
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Heavy secun-1)' pre('autruns
.Judge Lawrence L'ter •en·
creriit th<' Cuban g01ernnJent.".
on an hour-long television show he a flat $2 a lock.
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surrounded Chou's reception
t cnccd him to 10 days in jail
OnEX-AIR~:D DOCTRJNE
. at Xcw Delhi airport, with · for leaving the scene of an
Castro then was asked to rom-!
only carefully-screened guests accident.
ment on the ofle11. expressed :
present.
doctrine that "anti-communism ·
COOL HANDSHAKE
The body was that or a tar
is counter-rl'volutionary."
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP)-:
As Chou stepped from his Chatman was driving when
"I think that Hiller and :\Ius· A 17-year-old high school senior 1•
plane, Xehru appeat'ed not to it was involved in a hit-and·
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notice his outstretched hand ~ run collision:
COI'STRY p,\RSO:'I; . seven Saturday nights in jail.;
:and only shook it after photo·.
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I graphers demanded it.
Police le~rncd there was a
Officers caught
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By JAMES NELSON
[ence. though not all til£ world's: hall, attended the government ly in French, "is to make a be-1 sons gathered in groups along: wreck and traced the diS·
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mtles an. hour 111 a 611-m.p.h · OTTAWA (CP) -Control of problems would be soh·ed. He! Luncheon at the Chateau Lau- ginning towards nuclear disarm-: the route to the city and they. embodied vrhicle from the
'zone Aprtl 6·. Last Saturday missiles and aircraft siwuld be i also urged countrie~. which ricr Hotel, where he spoke, and amen!. starting with missiles J. were silent and undemon- . sticker.
: they chased htm at speeds of the first step towards nuc1earl1have means to organize an in· gave a dinner and reception al and aircraft, which are the stralive.
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the problems of the under- pitality.
at this time.
relations
following events ~
/ "I am 'swayed two ways. _1
developed countries.
CONTI!'i'UE TOUR
"France believes that the which shocked the Indian peo- I
Iwant to help this young man
Following the hi g h l i g h t
The French president's day
Gen. and Mme. de Gaulle, future of peace-the future of pie and "imperilled relation- ,
Iand 1 want to do my duty. But speech of hi.s 36-hour state visit started with an hour-long pri- with Foreign Minister Maurice life itself - depends on the ships in the present and the :
Sunny and cooler.
lI found out on a trip laat week to Ottawa, crowded into a busy vate conference with Prime Couve de Murville, leave Ottawa whole of Europe and upon future."
High today 38.
·that everyone flouta the speed schedule. of official visits a~d Minister Diefenbaker at Govern- today at 11:20. a.m. AST by America.
CHOU'S REPLY
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Chou said in reply that he i
TEMPERATURES
ling the· speed law. They prac· at a press conference that hour's conference with the full City. He will be in Montreal
"France believes that the had come "with a sincere de·
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tically ran over me."
France would go. on building Canadian cabinet on Parliament and Toronto Thursday and Fri existe11ce of opposing systems sire to settle the border quesMontreal .. .. . . .. 50
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day before flying to Washing- should not prevent peacefuL co- tion. I earnestly hope through
"I think ·we're too quiclt: to The maptrate then aenten· general agreement on their con-- He visited the Parliament ton.
existence, presuming that the our joint efforts our meeting
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lllute parenll wben ehUdren ced Earnhardt to jail from noon trol.
buildings and the Peace Tower
France's prime objectwe, he course .pf events does not nar· will he able to yield positive
Sydney . . .. .. . 25 52
cloa't tum out rilhl - .tbe Saturdly unW noon SundaY. for He was optimistic that some memorial chamber. and placed said, is peace.
ro.• the gap. Failing that, noth· and useful results.''
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dlildre11 muat llloulcler 10111e liVeD Weekendl, allowln1 him accord would· be reached at a wreath at the National War "What is at issue," he added ing in the"1ong run could save
Chou and Nehru begin their
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.. ll:lep •• witt! sehool work. next months aummit confer· Memorial. He called at city in delivery of his speech entire- mankind."
talks today but there is little • • • • •·• • • • • •4
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THE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOHN'S, NFLD., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960'
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Of Bell Island
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cnlty Ihan 11:~ ·~·nur.6::-r prntcg:~ :"
ma:\ing th·~:oil' c•·i..:;p, n!"t;.::?cth·e (. !·
ci>irms. it has b~·cn ,l!'.:·;c>ted ty
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HOCKIY IN 19Sf
: Gordon Normore.
verines emerged as the fir~t
The local hockey team left : ST. BO::'i'S: S. Thompson, i lady champions of the Al'alon
lo·.!ieal d c~H~.'::on. D·: 7.~1:'~1: s3id.
thr \~land on .January 20 for B. Collins, W. Colllns. J peninsula, thereby duplicat·
h~;t .;on1r t'0'1Cc-rr"rl ~qul'liti,·e to.
Ctntral and Westtrn Xew·: Dunne, L. O'Reilly, B. Walsh,; lng the feats of the men's
. pic.·~ sPdJ CH 1':1:'~ l1!1d p~Ii·i~~~
foundland to play a series of · C. Penney. W. Harris, J.j team who had reigned for a
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11mes with Buchans, Grand , Foley. J. Veitch.
number of years as undisput·
!.I·S; I'Jl.!El'TI''t>;
Falls and Corner Brook. They : ALL-STARS: G. Carnell, J, : ed champions of ·conception
(l'riP!' P"".'f'n..: \·:~•rr fm11~~~ tore
atopped at St. John's and play- Storey, H. Herder, G. Duff, S. ·Bay.
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ed a series of two jlames with i Quick, H. Maddick, R. MeAfter the series the cup was .
, :-::w ;1 \'ed b\' ra m , t t 11 n - t~an
Citr teams. the first with St. Grath, F. Stirling. R. Colyer, presented to the winning team'
:wt·,·~~-· P"r ... nn'.
Bon's and the second with an C. Morgan, R. Greene.
by R. S. Furlong, president, i
Tl1c tr ·, ill-n shn·..:~d th1t elall·~tar team composed of a The lsland team left St.. and :\rthur Johnson, secretary\
d•.'J'!\'
~~l'r ...:wl, trn·l 10 i1e morr In·
combination of Guards and John'~ by train on January of the Nfld. Amateur Hockey :
fi>·xihlt· T:·,,,. are in~ined to
! 2.'1. The result~ of the games: Association.
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Feilrlians.
r:l()'h(' lh:• ;1;, OT!~f('!\ Of fl'tJe Cf
h the first or these games · played on their trip across
The following players took !
f;,~ '"· nih·!· 'h1n ron-:~er po~­
the B.l. t«'am and St. Bon's country were as follows: At part in the series:
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SI:l:;· ;1~! .,.,1_.:.-\·p an.~Wf!'f!C;,
tied tht ~cort at 4-4. The scr· Buchans, Bell Island won two
BAY ROBERTS: Kit \\'il-'
D:trin~ th~ :p ,.~.·e<Jr proJect 411~
ond game with the City All i of the three games; at Grand cox, Ellie Russell, Eileen i
WHEI\E BAZlL SENATE WILL ~1EET
prr.<nr.s
from ~:rfrrent o:·et!Jln·
ltars wat tied at 2·2 and an 1 Falls. Bell Island lost two of Dawe, Jean Wilcox, Ph~·!.
t:me period was pla~·ed In 1the three and won two of the French. Rita Roach, Ida Wil·
BRASILIA-Workmen at·e dwarftcd by the huge 111 ,·estcd dome atop the Senate Bmldm)!; m tim unlnushed ti:mal. educational ~nd ecnnom!r
el'ertime Jl('riod was played in i three pla~·ed at Corner Brook. cox, Helen Bowring, Flora! rapital of Brazil. The interior of the dome is the Senate Ch:tmhcr. On April 21st this half-finished city will become h::;ck;!round< were te,tcrt. Titer
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thP nrctding goal. The P.lay.! GPrald Tucker accompanied Kingsley, ~live Wilcox.
: the official capital, replacing Rio De Janiro after nearly 200 years. President Jusselino Kuhitsd1ck and his cahincl rnn~erl in a!!l' from I~ to 811.
A >:•cond proie"t. conducted at
ers nn the three trams "ere , the team as spare goalie and ST. JOH~ ~: Eleanor Soper, m" isters w"ll
establish their headquarters in Brasilia and the m•xt Congress will met here.
(l:PI Photo) thr .<amc tim!' on 111! <uhj~ct•.
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: Hughie Connon was also a Betty Chr1st1an, Isabel AusIll
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dealt witlt othrr '~'Prrts of th~
BSLL JSL.\XD: A. Hamlyn, , spare.
tin, Kit Sparkes, Eleanor Har·
G ('oomb~. r. Fitzpatrick, \\'. 1 Having won the champion·; ris, Daphne Pratt, :>~:ary Col·
;ion. which has royal \\·arrant to rffrcts of a.~in~ on m~ntal abl!·
Lind~ay, A. ;\lurphy. G. Ed·' ship of Conception Bay in the: !ins, Frances Snow, Olive BUg·.
im·estigate any huildin~ ,;cheme. itie< .
•ards. f.. Ptnney, Edwin. Bob previous year. the· B.I. team; den, Helen Pittman•.-'rmorel
repeatedly has expres>cd <On· ()E('I.l:\'E .~FTER lOs
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BELL JSLA:'\0: Clarissa
'landard>" of man;· new ·build. bPJhlnn. n\rhP-1 flurnn· an:1 · ntl·
mrrif'al ahilil:"' hold ,;11 wrll ltn·
in the preliminaries by 3·1 i Petrie, Kathleen Xormore,
ing•.
td ''tr mirl tO>. Jftcr •rhieh theY
and won the right to play off • El'elyn Connors, :\lartha Pe· ·
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drc)iJ'!<'
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·with the Jsland team for the trie. Bride Conway, l\lary
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i :\lurphy, France~ Bennett,
''ar:lin.~ hlrmi>h ad,i!'rl to Lon·
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took: Elizabeth :\lurphy, !\]ary Pe·
By SID:>IEY TAYl.OR
St l'a·ti·, l'alh.•rtr~l. rir,,l it W<1S .<till C<llllln;md< thr famnu, I iell·. non', 'k;·!inr ~in.-r 1hr \'.;!1' i.< Ill!' !~"ril\' dC'trnP ~r:niuai:·..- from the
pi are. Brll Island had a visit tl'ie.
LO:-iDON 'Rcuter;<>-Thr lace tlw L1ll · >pired .~olhic pilP- Ilut Ioria;·, rnulti-,tory hlork' of :l\IO·foot·hi~lt aud :!11-fo,:-.q.tare trrn; In the ;n,
from thP SydnPY :\'lonarch~
CARBOXr:AR: :o-;cllie Pow· of London is changing rapid!;·.
J·:urope·, lar~<'s\ church until St. <lifter, •·onlinual;\' threaten to dtimne:•,tark of tlw B;mk•tde
\lt•n ;n·e lwtlt•r than wom~n at
on ;\larch 4th. The game be· t'll, Flora Howell. Glad. Pikr, A constant stru~glr is ~oing on Peter\ was hulit m !!om~. Then, rlnm1ua1,, it with' shape> which powe,·, <lation.
•.llmprdJe!NOII. num~rica! ahi!it:.
twe~n th.-m ond the local Clara O'Brien. Dot. Pottlr. !><'tween peorlr who want to put ;o:ter the grl';tt fin· of 1116fi, rame hare '"'en rarinuslv likcne~ to The Cit;· of l.ondon C'orpor:•tiun and >rJ!ial abilitr. the te't> rrteam attrarted the lar~est at· Gcrt. Earle, Peggy Hogan. UJl office buildin~s with htct·ati\e ~ir t'hristophl't' II reo· s g r e at <tJH•udt•d ··~~ :JO~e,;, ·lwt•t· <'t'at<''· ha.' <Ill "~'wnwnt ''· ;ih tht• <le;tn rr~!rd. hut rrom~n arr >i;:nifi·
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t en rl ance seen at th e 1s Ian d , :\an Penney, ,Jean Earle. rent s an rt tItose wI10 l.re 1 l'tJII· n"""'·
or 'ails
oi pc·•·loral<'d conerrtr•. n' St. <1111' not to pNmii ""' 1·
.\rena up to that time. The, Gwl•n Earll".
eerned ahout architrctm:tl stand- El;t; ll!lXES
The number of !'<'Oplt• wot·hi 11 ~ :n"' in exce" of t>t teet in h,·i~!': ra,·c, anrl n:m"'' '>o di'fert'nc-e
"· Md the r1ty
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1 dral. On~ ;li.foot· he•11·N·n the sexn,.·
build in~~: wa~ packed wit h 1 The coaches for the ,.arlous. ilrus
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spectators who saw a very teams were as follows: John Sint e the mindle a~:rs. London's 1i11n of gl'im·; and chemicals, St. City," a sqnarr·milr :nN east of hi~h .<trurturP wa~ o.ctoed re. rea,onm~. wrhat fluency, p~rrlose game in which the 1·isi·: :\orth, Bay Roberts; Len. skyline has been dominatl'd by !'ani's .>till symboltzt•s (,ondon. It St. Paul's ocrupied by banks, c~ntly.
c·t•ption or drxterity.
tor~ won out by 3 goals to 2. , Walsh. St. John's: Fred How·
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shippers and merchants, has yond "The City" limits. thr :\'ew er; Ltd .. on Thamcs;irte. at ~!ill·
' erts took place In St. John's 11 Bell Island.
been increasing at the rate of at Zealand 2overnment
is lmildin~.~~ a h an k• just beyond \\'est min5t er
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l~ast 15.000 a year and noll' is. new headquarters-a four-storey .\hhPI'
' land retained the cbamplonsom~where around 600,000,
; base, s:tr~nountcd by a ~~;'Iorey' It ~l~o has approred a 322·fon~.
ship of the Bay by beating the
With Londo? gettJ~g-. choked by lower. 11 htch 1\ 11! n'e to ••. > feet. ht:;h block of apartments on tl·r
Rovers 4-0. This victory left
too much office bmldmg, not to Th!., 1s ~o feet ht.!!her than the fringe of Hvrle Park. Knil!hH·
1••OS
i Bell Island to play off with
mention traffic and too many :\'elson column in nearby Trafal- bridge, but 're)·e~ted a plan t.1
1 Buchans and st. Bon's ·for the
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TORONTO, Ont.-ln a report· premiums.
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releas. cd .recently.. Ho'.vard A.. ra,,·ments to
I' ·h 0 ld
peop e, •.., go,·erment a, an- ~m· Square.
. build a HO·foot-high hotel in Port.
Po tr~
crs, nounred its determination to put The London countv council, man Square, \\'est Lonoon, he·
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· won their way Into the finals GUELPH, Ont. CCPl-Pigs de· 0
· bv defeatln" Buchans 3·2. st. 11·,·~red by Caes~rean •. ectl'on ar~. Prudenll.al Insurance Com puny ,·idrnds. and 5400
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plans for a 370 · foot . high, 31· the priracy of residents in the
~ Bon's ~!so beat Buchan• the beinl! usect at the Ontario Veter·,? 1m
er tcla.f announc sl:\ • ur·' hA!rfieiarie5.
Tile Royal Fine Art Commi~· •stm·ey hlock of offices for \'ick- • neighborhood.
following night and the de· Iinary College here_ for txperi· 1?g 959 1 e msuranc: ; a1'' m I --- ·· - - ........... _ ...... ·
make it easi-er than
cldin11 gamt took place on St.! menta on swine dL•ease.
Canada climbed to $~33.8 m1l·
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Patrick'!
night.
with
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pathologist
hon,
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cl~aling
with a 1 tmerglng n All·:o<Od. cham. in ~harge, says about 250 pigs . Takmg
1959 sales mto con· 1
bank when BUY· • pion~ hy 1 ~ror.e ?f 2·0. The have ht>en delil•ered by . Caesar- sl~eratwn •. total llfe ~~:'ur~t:tc I
n,Pmhl'r~ nf thl' wmnlng team, ean operation~ during recent o11ned h~ the compan; • l.nOo,.
lNG YOUR NEW
were: S)·d. Thompson tSBC :months. They wPrP conttlletely 00 LanH<Iian. policyholders l!i:
20aliP who had two shut.outs ·free nf common pig ailments now nearly S.!.9 b1lhon..
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in the playoff~). Dirk Fur· i ~urh ~~~ l'irus pneumonia and
A Jar11e part of the uuprovetl i
, long, \\'irk. and Hern. Cnlllns.! atrophi~ rhinitis.
·sales was athWI'eri by a rel'.lrd i
OUR RATES ARE
.\ndy cahill ••lark Vlnlrombe.! A.< soon as the pi~s are taken rt~e m the ~olume of group !He 1
AV All ABLE UPON RE· . Lrs. O'Rptlly, Bill Harris .. from the sow throu~h an ahdomi· msurance buStm':<s. Sal~; m lht>:
QUEST FOR INSPECBl"ian Walsh. ,John Veltrh 11nd. nal incision, lhe:v are plaL't'll in area arose to $179.4 ~tlhon. up;
Cec. Prnnl.'y. R. S. Furlnn!t ~ealed isolation units designe-d to l36 pt•r ,.en! from lnv8.
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wa~ manager of thP team and a«nrP th~v dn not rontrat•t a
Sales of llldil'idual >icknes>.
· D~e Donnelly, roarh.
I contagion~ 'ailment.
·and accident policirs <leclined
The Bay Robert~ Junlm·s Th@ e1•entual aim nf thP pro· b)· 12 per cent durn~: 1:159 ..
Up to
tno'k the .Junior Championship' ~ram i~ to produrP di<ea<r-frPe YearJ~· i"·cmiums on lht'.'e m·w.
nf the Bay on .o\pril !lth. Tht')' swine bul the immrdiate idea is policies totaled S50l.OOO, a de·
36 MONTHS
bt?at the 1938 champions. Car· to provide pigs whirh ha1·e nC\'er crease of $65.000 from HJ;i8.
to pay
bonear, by a ~core of 6·5. This been exposed to the usual di;- i Group acddl'nt and ht•alth
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· win on the :ofeal trophy, which opportunity to build up antibodiPs to $2.3 million of annual :
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I arter the game by Arthur resistance to the allments.
i During the year the romp~r.y 1
Johnson, secretary of the
They then are ideal sub.iects: paid $44.7 million to Canadbn
All FINANCING
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experimental work since they: policyholders and beneficiarles,
DONE ON
Ladlts' Hockey
can be infected and observed un-1 compared to $45.6 million llle
PREMISES
Four laqles' teams battled der controlled conditions.
preceding year. Of this sum,
It out in St. John's that win· Work on the pigs Is being car· $11.5 million comprised divi·
ter for the championship of ried out chiefly by Dr. Charles dend payments.
the Avalon peninsula. The Rowe and Dr. Thomas Alexan· Canadian dollar assets at the
~erles was played In March der, concerned with producing end of 1959 totaled $668.3 mil·
hetwren Bay Roberts, Bell dlsea~e-frre pIg I e t s, end Dr. )ion, an increase of $70 million
Island, Carbonear and St, Mickey Savan, involved through or 11 per cent during the year.
· John's. They played for a his interest In vil'WI diseases.
Major ltemli: in The Pruclen1 cup donated by the Noxema
In tbe long run they hope their tial's canadian investment port·
j Company, represented by efforts will lead to the resloc~ing fulio at the end of 1959 were:
!\Jews & Dunne. The 11me1 of farms wlth dlsease·free p1gs. , $451 million of mortgage~ antl
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, consisted of 15·mlnute periods, "Eighty per c~t D! Ontario rtal estate, up $33 million from
i with 10 minute overtime 'Play plga.are afflicted '!lth v1rus pneu· ·the previous year.
: where necessary and were moma In companson to 20 per I $116 million of industrial,
:• referee~ by Bob Greene and cent a few yean back,' Dr. miscellaneous and public utility
, Bill Quick.,
Rowsell nld. .
jloans up $18 milliou.
St. .Johns and Bay Rob· 1
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$50 million of canadian Gov· 1
ert~ w~re l~ft to. play off for r To make thr mterlOr of you_r I ernment, provincial and muni-1
t~.e rhampmnshlp. after the I house se~m larger and mort um-, cipal bond.>, a small declne.
C1ty !Pam beat Cat bonPar and , fl~. pam! or .raper. ~ails of 1 In reviewing the year's in· ,
Bay RoherU downed Bell Is· , adjacent rooms In I'Bnaltons of· vestment activities, ~ir. Austin I
lan~:.._2'h_e Ba~.':~~~~ Ro: tht ~~~_color:_ ______ lsaid, in addition to its mortgage 1
t lending and
other loans to
larger industries, the company
is making •·good progress" in ·
il• efforts to make financing
available to smaller and mod·
erate-sized businesses in· Can·
ada, Through its commercial 1
and industrial loan department,
established tbree years ago for
· this explicit purpose, over $36
million has been made available
to companies in Canada. The
loans range upward from $100,000 Mr. Austin said.
Total lile insurance in for~e
on the company's 35 million
; policyboltlers in Canada and
· the United States rose bl $6.3
. billion to a record $76.8 bilI lion.
YOUR SERVICE IS
' Other highlights of the total
GUARANTEED AT
company report are:
Assets rose to $Ui.6 billion, an
increaae of $900 million aver
11158.
Over-all life insurance sales
totaled $11.11 billion, ~ompared
with $10.9 biilion ill 1U58.
Year!)' Pl'cmiums on new in·
dividual sickness and accident '
policies totaled $35.8 million,
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'test> consist:d of two type' of
Qtte,•.ions. Some wt'l't> •·erro:ion·
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The Daily
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960
Carson
On Dock
Additional Details On Pension
Plan For Pepperrell. Civilians
The C\".ll. ferry William
Carson wh:ch arrh·ed in Sl.
.iohn's harbour en )Jondav for
her annual overhaul, will be
a month undergoing repairs.
She will spend eight days In
urydnck for the cleaning and
painting uf h~r hull, and other
allied wotk The rest of the
repairs will be dane while
aflo~t.
The '.\'illiam Canon is schc·
dulcd to rett:l'll to ser\"i~e on
the 18th of )f~Y- She will b~
laking scrvi:·c nut of :\orth
Syrlney on the !WI
On hc1· trin f:·cm ilcrc 'lay
18th. the (:ars~n wi'l nc farry·
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a
c·cnr~p:t·i~li!llt
full
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Ci1itcd St?,t".' .\;r Force pcrsonnt'l and rami:!:'..:
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fl~t·
aut<Hnobi;eo. The l)ha,in;l out
of Pcppcrrcll h~:, rcquil"~r!
the usc of all nwan~ of tr~1· •·
portaticn b mo,·e the u.S.
per-;onn~1
and
th~.ce
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Meets Board of Trade
FIRES
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DELAYED IN ARRIVI~·G AND MISSED
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the works department
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Foundation )laritimc Limilld
'of llahfax for construction uf
a 60G-foDt wharf and slorJ;e
shNI at Corner Broof:. :"Wd.
Construction is e:;pectcd to
.<tart shorlly and the work IS to
br comp!ctrd in two .' car•.
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the irrlirld> whieh was the
poorc't in )·car<. the men re,·piwrt Si8.23 t•ach.
The .\t·,·tic Prowler arrh·co
i11 l!Jt' harbour carl:-· yestcrd1y
nor!l·n;n~ with H.~oo seals on
ho;1rd. ~nd wa' prr,Jarin;;! tn
cli-rhar;r hrr car~o yesterday
aflrrwcon.
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Police Blotter
New Office Planning
Centre Opens Today
Just InGirls' SADDLE OXFORDS
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leaders are expected. to att~nd place in conjunction with the
the openini of a ~.000-square first anniversary' celebrations c.f
foot office planning centre in National Office
Equipment
St. Johg's ·this arternoon.
Limited. Pl'emise~ formerly o;;.
A ~pecial reception h01:; cupied by the firm were de·
been Planned by National Office stroyed by fire on December 19
Limited to introduce their new of last year.
office design centre to the lllls·
iness community. Government
officials, civic: authorities and
leading bWiiness executives e?n·
eerned with improved busin~~s
methods and equipment ef!iciency have been invited to be
.present. for the combined optn·
ing and exhibition.
The Harbour Moster reports
The new show-room occupi~s that the Novaport, the Arclic (
the entire top floor of :he Prowler, the Agna Santos and
Cousins Building on Alexander the Bissayabarreto arrived in
Street, and is the first cent:e port yesterday mornin~t. the
Stullnt a aood will h.usun :first leg of their tour and from • will be . Mr. Rennie's last. He of it~ kind in NewfoundlRn-1. Ferry ~illiam Carson went on I
visit to liquor commissions h.ere the:,: will. go to tlie Mari 1 has been making these good· Model executive offices have
aerou Canada are Mr. Joh~ times. The. gentlemen repre· ,will trips for the past six years. bee~ set up tO illustrate what dry dock Monday and the Guer~·
.lkhud Ballanty11e Kean, and se11t Scotthh Brewer• Ltd. 11f The· Ca11adian trip will t.ake can be done with pre-designed aey, the Sant.a Elisia and the
llr. William W. Rennie. They Edlnburah which firm manu. tl!em to Vancouver . .Mr. Kean office apace, i11d the company ~edero Barcelos arrived over
fln In froat llontreal Monday facturea Cluny MacPherson before atartlng thia tour a11d retai111 specially-trained
of· the weekend.
wllve tile)' bid •.rrlved on the whisky and a)JO controls Me· completed a business trip to fic:e planning consultants to ad·
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The Arctic Sealer ha1·ing rli•
Kmpreu of Britain. The sea
Qyale waa rou1h, Mr. Kean Ewans ale and Younger 1 IIC!~t Continental Europe and the Far reel furniture, fixtu1·rs, office charged
her NewfoundlM,c!
11)'1, and the bil llnfr was I\I'll 1 breweries. This is Mr. Kean s andeNear East. Photo shows decor, and business forms and , crew, left for Halifal', yeslc: :
U,. late, It> Jolut'1 II the firlt trip ta Canada whueu. it Mr. Kean, left and Mr. Rennie. l1ystms.
Iday.
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New Assembly Convenes
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conf~eration (tlw 3:2ml sinee
1832), nwets thi!i aft<>rnoon for th~
first time, ~ome interesting and
hi~toric prrct•dents will he estab)i~h~d.
a rate of about '4,000 a \'till' while
the present population trend continues. At the same time, setbacks
have been experienced in emplovment, parti<·ularly on Bell Islatid
and through the dosing of Fort
Pepperrell. These things call for
special stud\' with a view to the
plotting of · the future course of
economk· po)ic,·. Employment, on
the scale that it occurs in the Atlantic re,(!;ion, is dearly a qm'stion
of national as well hS provincial
rC'~ponsihilih·, and should form thr
subiel't of discussion between govrrnmrnts.
One is that Premirr Smallwood
has the unique distinrtion of heing
tht" onl~- part~·leadt>r in this island's
political annals who has heen sutressful in four rousel·utin~ ~('llcral
t"lections. Another is that this will
he the first time sinet' 18.10 that
the legislature has not nwt in the
Colonial Bnildin~. Thr 111'1\' As~t"mbh· will OlTIIP'' the modl·m at.-\s a distiugubhed (am~tlian
commodation that has lwcu provid- financier remirided us a H'al or
ed for it in thr tower of Confedera· two ago. new hreakthron'!hs m·t·nr.
tion Buildin)!;.
often "·heu they are least expecltcl.
~Ian\· things are like)~·. A drTn a provilll'e in whieh there is
a strong sentimental attachment to velopment at Bay Despair could
historic: milhols. this ll}O\'e mav be open up a whole new field of
thr suhject of prolonged cm1trn- economic· opportunitr. Commercial
wrsv hctween the traditionalists exploitation of the power potenand ·those who mav believe that the tial nf the Hamilton Falls is
new Chamher is inore reprcsenta- another major prospeet. ~ew mines
tiw of the new era that began with are likelv to open in the Green Ba \'
union eleven ~·ears ago. All old area. Con~plction of the pavecl
things were onte new. \\'hat will highwar across the island would
matter most in the lon~ nm \\'ill itself hecomc a major source ol
he the kind of historv that will he emulom1e1~t ami open the way for
made within the legislature's \\'alk a .great expansion of the tourist
industrY.
This fir~t session of tlw fourth
\\'e are lirin,g in a world of
post-confederation Assemhlv occhan,ge
and the whole manner ami
curs at a cmcial p•~riod in !lilT ex·
periencf' as a Canadian pro\'inec. tempo of life in r\ewfoundland are
For ele\'ell \'Cars we have been responding to the new influenees
racin~ to hri.ng our puhlic sen·ices to which we have hecome exposed
up to a levrl more Pearly compar- sinee the first vears of the war, in·
able with the minimum standards flut'nces whidd1ecame more ''aried
of the mainland, outpaced all the and powerful since confederation.
time hy a population increasiug so But we han~ still to pav the
rapidly that new demands are prire of historie disabilities which
created faster thaJl old ~oals can brought about perimeter settleattained. This h.1s involved a ment and Ion~ delayed the estabsteadily risiug expenditure on both lishment of essential public sercapital and maintenance accounts. ri<:es. These things have to be seen
in their true perspective in order
. .\ sta~e ha~ now beeu reathed that we ma\' haw~ an accurate
f·here the continuitv of such all- guide to steady and orderly proImportant services 'as education, gress.
health. road~ and welfare, and the
These are facts that will unprovision of existing capital dedouhtedlv
be considered bv the
ficiencies in these fields, must verv
lar!l;elv depend on readjushnent cif legislatur'e aud tl-iis new parliament
Gur financial arrangements with which meets todav for the first
time will have the opportunity of
the
federal government.
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~ On the economic side, new prnb- establishing and developin~ a patltms have to be faced. The poten- tern that will have a profound eftial working force has increased by fect upon the future of the
J.),OOO since union and will rise at province.
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~- A~ked in a radio interview when the organizin~ conm,ittee felt they
the planning for each year's ~lusic were lh·in~~ in a nightmarish world.
t"e!lth·al begins, Dr. Peters said that But there is a ion~ record of sucJt wa.~ immediatelv after the last ccssful m·hirvement and annual
one had ended. The statistics of pro~ress, _going baek ahout ten
~is important contribution of the years, to guide the committee and
Ciwanis to the cultural life of New- su~tain it.
~ndJand serve to underli.ne the The Festival has many objecD~Ssity of this uninterrupted ef- lives. Chief among them are tlle
~- For to organize a festival with stimulation of musical appreciaMores of entries and as many as tion and the encouragement and ·
;,ooo performers in a community development of musical talent.
Done too well equipped with easily These things are achieved through
~able auditoriums is a \femend- programmes that are broad )n
. undertaking..
scope and allow full di$play of
With entries to be organized,. versatility, the building up of com·
~es to be prepared, halls petitive interest and the provision
10 be found, adjudicators to .be of ffrst-clw aiiiudication. They ill
ptoeured, perfonners to be mar- . add up to a major achievement in
.UIIed_ ud everything to be set the cultural field of which the -Ki~ .order1Y. motion, there must have wanis ·in St. John's :have· good
when members ·of cause .oto be extremely proud.
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By
Wayfarer
To ·The Editor
ROLLING BACK HALF A CENTURY
· Dear Sir,-An article entitled "jOth
The first House d ,,ssembly in
Anniversary of Scouting" appearing in
~ewloundland met on :-ltw Year's Day,
your paper of April' 5th, was somtwhat
11133, with John !!inlley Garland as
historical
and very memorable to me,
its Si>tak~r. It was a famous oc~asion
and
since
m~· name was amongst thai
of which eve11 Punch took notice fllr
of Boy Scouts in Newfoundfirst
troop
it printed a celebrated cartoon of what
land
50
years
ago, I would like to take
it called t~e "!!ow-wow Parliament."
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readers
back
to those times of peacP
Mr. Speaker was represented •~ a
While the decorum of the Legislarae 1owned and. bewl11ed :\ t W· lltil'e Council chamber was rarely and harmony-before the world becamr
loundland dcJ putt1n1 a motion to a upset, the Hou.e of Assembly chamber embroiled Into two world catastrophies
I can readily recall the days of that
dOllY Assentbly by aaylnJ: "As manr was frequently the scene of tumultous
as are of that opinion say-bow; of the happening,;. It wa~ a stormy' place in first troop of Boy Scouts when it was
contrary-wo\'1'; the bows have it.'' Sit· the years betwt!en 1921 and 1923 but formed by Mr. Berry, and the boys of
Thomas Cochrane, who had done ao suffered Its worst indignities up to that the old lllethodist College just 50 years
much to brlnJ to Newfoundland the time in the riot of 1932 when f\•ery ago. At that time. I was a resident of
privllele of l'epnsentative so\·ern· window was broken, the main door the Methodist College Home, and was
ment. presided o\'er the opening cere- was smashed down. some of the fur· known to the rank· and file aa "Old
monies and wu attended by his staff nisl!ings were stolen and priceless Blade". Such College Home na-mes
and the principal officers of the aarri- books and records destroyed. ,t,.n listed in that troops as Tom Lench, Tom
ton, rt~lved by a 1uard of honour and indignity of a different sort occurred Ashbourne, Wilf Woolfrey, Herbert
met with a salute of nineteen guns when the Commission of Government, Stro11g, etc., and the names of the City
from the tort. Tht House consisted of with 1ubllme Indifference to the feel· boys such as :\Jews, Angel, Frasl'r, Wor15 members but William Carson, who ings of the people, converted the Co- nell, etc., take me back to a way of lifP
had led the filht for revresentation, lonial Building Into offices and it was
which appurs such different to that
was not amon1 them. He had suffered an office building it remained until
of today. The St. John Ambulance Brig
an h1gratltude that !R not uncommon the first po!l·confederation assembly
ade was organized in St John's at aboul
in public life but he was auccess(ul in met in the summer of 1949.
the same time and we of that first Scou I
a by-election In the follo'_"lnl year.
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took the "First Aid Course" given
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We have never disguised ·our own by Dr. Tail in lhe Board of Trade
The Asesmbly met In rooms found sentimental attachment to this his·
Rooms on Water Street. It was very
In the old court House of which, it toric building but we cannot help
gratifying
to know that we had obtainwould appe.r, a Mrs !\Iary Tra1·ers thinking that lhe mixed feelings
ed
the
first
''Boy Scout badge" and the
was the owner. At any rate, since the aroused by its conl'ersion to an
Fint
Aid Certificate obtainable
original
rent bill was not included in the supply Archi\·es :\Iuseum as the legislature
in
Newfoundland.
The writer still has
passed in 1834 and since money could moveA to Confederation Building are
that
Scout
badge
and
certificate. and
not then be spent on executive order. largely a matter of emotional outlook.
strongly
recommends
the First Aid
:\Irs. Tra\·ers seized the furnbhh11s of Times -cban1e. It is conceivable that an
courae
to
all
Scouts,
Guides
and cili·
the Assentbly. She persisted in her impro\'ed legislative chamber might
zens.
refusal after she had been ordered to have been created in the Colonial
Those first Scouting clay~ were of
cDmt to the bnr nf the House and a Buildini bul it would have been at the
resolution was then passed. uking the expense of offices and appolntmentR many sources of pleasure and we learnt
aovernor to procure the return of the that wet'!' never adequate. In the days man~· practical things that follow~d us
furniture. Thl~ was a period In whi~h when a powerful opposition or tweh·e through our years. ~lr. Berry was a
men unucustomed to parliamentary membe1·s was in the House-in 1925 good Scout llaster; mnst of our Saturduties were compelltd to gain their the oppositinn consisted of nineteen days were spent in his wood-workinl!
experi~n!'e the hard way and the situ·
in a House of 40 members-it was re· shop, or in the subl'~hs of St. John's
ation was mr.dc much worse by the stricted to two small room~ in the learning the usual s,·out outdoor prr·
c~nlld between the elected Assembly
basement. There hne never been formances. It is pleasing to note that
m11l th!!' appointrd Council. The press rooms to meet the normal require- th~ Boy Scout mo1·ement in :\'ell'four.dfanned the f!nmeo of rontrO\·ersy, One ment~ of a legislature--for pro~er land ha~ been so sucrPs~ful. and we
comn:~nt of 1234 <lerlared that "we
accommodation of officials, fJr re. think P\'ery rnmmunity shoulrl h3VP such
hl'licw· a g:·c:•t~t· ;nc·k of knan•s doe~ ception of guests. !or priv3tc offircs
tr3i11in~ for b~)·s.
net c:A t!o:n lhst whkh comp~ses for n;~1i1bcrs of the !'abinet and
To those 1·:ho are rarn·ing on ~11'1
the li:.J!l'e ul A;;srmbly for the Co:ony. opposition leaders, and for mcmh~rs
e~l~brating
the :iOih .\nni1·rrsary nf
Tal>e them for all in all, . from the to meet with con~liluents or to attend
Scoutin.~ in :"lrwfoundht~lfl next moni!J.
~--P~~:: r duwnwards. we do nJt supto conespondence. ThPse are all prac·
pose t;l~t a ::reat~·r set o! low-life and tics! relsons to ju>tifr the chan~c 1\'P woulrl say "Put 1·our armour on and
rO!wuer": for our boys cerlainly need
b-.-:~>-' s:·oundrels ;:s public men can
alt:lol!gh tr~dition and sentiment die
th• Srout training in our changed 1n)·
b~- found under the ''anopy cf Heaven.''
hard and are inl'lined 1.1 resist th;·~~~e
of
lhing.
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In
melilioning · ~ur chan~ed wa)' of
The Irgis~ature d~cldcd to put up a chamh~r is the limited sealing arlivin~.
I would likP to express a frw
parli&ment building in 18~7 and lime· commodation for the public. One cont~ou~hts on that of 50 years ago. To
stone \':1~ brc\tght from Cork to form tinl!cd bssis for argument ma~· he the
the l'.'~lls of tile C<.~IJnial Building in modern d1ararter of its appointments thr.se who are nearin~ the three scnre
which the two Hou,;es met for the first although it might well be said by the ard len--the great rhan~e.; to morlrrn
time in 12JIJ. Fire years later. the first clffenders of this particular d~ange time ean he compared with that of their
.\osembl~· to he elcct~d under rethat it may be more suited to the new )'Outh. hut lo those who ha1·c recenth·
SiJomihle ~orernment gathered to environment which confederation has taken on the duties of' domestk' an_d
husiness problems-they only haw hisinitiatr a. n~\1' era in t11e !JO!itlcal life created.
torr 10 ~o by, and the history of tiwir
forrfalhers may not look ton bri~ht to
them in lhc present era of science.
chemistry and modern transportalion.
Howeveri'O we trust the)' ran draw a
clear picture o! life in Nev.ioundlanrl
By BRL'CE BIOSSAT
50 years ago.
NO CHANCE
One of the most ticklish aspects of
The standard of lil'ing did not start
Wocdstock Sentinel-Review
Ametican diplomac\' is how to conduct to cha\nge until the First World War
''liar~ work h~trt~ ~xcecdingl>' few it with proper fore~sight in an election started. and it was not until 1949 that
peopl;. · ~a~·, a physl~l~n. Of com·~e 11 • ,-ear which could swing conlrol or the teh real grrat chang!' set in. Unemploydc~m t. Few 1>eople gJ\'e It a chance ~''h"t H
t
th.
,., 1 e ouse 1rllm one par y 1o e ment 50 ::ears ago was not the big
t o h m·t th em.
th
o er.
problem. because most all our wnrkThe matter arises now in th~ Geneva in~ people were self-employed in th~
nuclear test ban negotiation~. We art fishery whether it was the shore fishery,
HE FINDS OUT
dealing with the Soviet Union on a Labrador or Bank fishery. We had the
Stratford Beacon-Herald
moralorium affecting small un- good and bad years but with the work·
possible
The person who tells us what should
detiJ'OUnd
explosions as well as the ing of the land t cattle. sheep and
be don~. lnr&riably ends up as chair·
detectable
large basts abov" potatoe-raisinl! being fi\"e times what it
presently
man of the committee to do it and he
ground.
is today) and the ,•nterprise of our
has a hard time finding helpers.
The natural question arising at the womeri folk in the spinnin;:! of wool for
bargaining table is to what extent Presi wool jarments which were commonly
PITIFUL PUN
dP.nt
Eisenhower's diplomatic emmisar- worn at that time. ::\lost families raised
Calgary Herald
ies
can
bind his successor in office.
their own eggs and \'egetables, with a
The primary class in punninJ has
Pruumably
this
is
no
problem
with
pig
thrown in for good measurr. They
suspended the pupil who aid' th•t.
Vice
President
Nixon,
who
must
lou~t
also
took advantage of our yearly sup.
after j'ears of r.onfusion, the country
since
have
assured
the
President
that
h~
ply
of
wild fruits so that their larders
would come to its census in 1981.
would be governed by any agreement were filled-with the exception I){ the
now achieved at Geneva.
few poor ones which our Lord said
RAISE FLOORIOAitDSI
Le!l certain was the outlook a~ rc. "would always be with us". \\' e might
Sudbury Star
Cars sold to parents of teenage spects the \'arious Democratic candi· also mention the large numbers of
drivers should have a secret accessory dates. It is. therefore, much to their cows around the Island when people
by which the parent could raise the rredit that they hae come forward raised hay and had kitchen gardens.
floorboard under the accelerator.
on their own to assure :llr. Eisenhow~r The supply of milk and rtal fresh made
that any temporary ban he accepts will butte'r was a real asset in those days,
CITY CONTRACTS
be continued by them in accord witn and we all knew what milk meant to our
Edmonton Journal
the agreed terms.
tetth and general physical structure.
Local preference blunts the incen·
This is political responsibil~ty ol the
Ll'l us now turn · t., our commercial
tive of local firms to make their highest order. It is the kind which life in those early days of the Century.
bids· truly competitl\'e. Council would must be. exhibited if democratic go\'· Personally. I lived in St. John's during
be impeding ltselt In conducting the ernment is to be operated in America my last two teens. and before that my
public business at the least cost.
with reasonable continuity and order.
nath·e town was Grand Bank-the c~n­
. Competitive bidding by tender
It was a iribute to the men invoh·ed tre of our great Bank fishery. But I
should remain the council's lowest bid that the transfer of authority from
· would like to' wriie a little about St.
to be fully in accord with speclfi.
former President Truman to Mr. Eisen- John's which was the centre of trade
cations, the councillhould continue to
hower in 1953 was managed with a for the whole I1land. In St. John's we
take that bid.
minmum 11f dlficulty for the nation. had the major part of the sealfishery
And· those were ilideed critical time1, 1nd this employed from 3,000 to 4,000
DON'T DIIP'AIIt
for
the K11rean War was still in pro· men We had several large st~l shipsSt. Thomas Time•· Journal
auch u the Florizel. Bonaventure,
are
sa.
Sir Winston ChUrchill was a back·
We
will
not
know
tor
seven
months
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Bellaventure, Benthic, etc. There were
ward atudent at Harrow; William
more
whether
tra111itlon
this
time
Is
to
about
14 ships. They were constructed
Butler Yeats, the great Irish poet, had
be
the
relatively
easy
one
frllm
one
to
withstand
the Arctir floes, and gcna bard time 1earnin1 to read, and
1\epubliean
to
another,
or
from
Mr.
eratly
brought
in good !:'ips. The sail·
Charles Darwin "was the dupalr of
his parents." Other noted "dunces" !illenhower to one of the current Demo· ing of the sealing ships t::u5t be very
vivid to the older · citizens of St.
at school, of which there are a rreat eratic prospects.
Whiehever it iii to be, the attitude just John's. There would always be many
many, Included Sir Walter Seott, who
wli1 said to be downri&bt 1tupid, and indicated by the President'• · possihle men' fram the outports going on the
Lord Byron.
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Demaeratic •ucct11on, one and all, lUI· ship1, and the College Home boys would
gesla that onc1 again the changeo¥er generaly be down amongst them when
CAliNSURANCI
will be manaJed with good sense and they were outfitting. The big day was
vancouver Province
a lively appreeiation that sucb co-oper· the sailing date, when the waterfront
If the wlldom of Solomon Is required ation is fundamental to the workln1 would be alive with people so eager to
to introduce eompu!Jory and lncreued of a free i)'stem.
cheer them as they take off.
financial reaponalbl!lty, it Is time 'lfe
·In about three weeki they would be
had aome of that wisdom.
returning,
and again crowds would be
Surely the British companies, which wonderful but it could me1n more
on
hand
to
greet them, and await the
have lon1 and 1mootbly operated com· money In tbe pocket of the hard·
delicious
nippers
which generally sold
pu!sory car 6nuranee, ar~ not all that pressed taxpayer.
for
about
$1.00
per
dozen. Quite a lot
, The budlet sbow• tbat the personal
smarter than their canadlall eolltll·
uf
money
was
made
at
the aulfisheryIncome tax makes up 30 cents of every
Ull.
tbe
moat
of
which
was
immediately in· ,
dollar received by the Federal Gov·
in
the
outfit
for
the
codfisheryvested
emment.
;
COST Of DEFINCI
largest
industry
at
that
time.
our
every
dollarthe
l~ftl'D
And
out
of
Wlndser Star
The eodfisbery was carried on by
!n4urln& peace woul4 nOt enly lie ment spend•, Z8 eents 1oes for defence.
fHI NIW IIIIION
ol ;o;ewfoundland. Its gilded lnd
frescoed ceiling was later to be pro·
v:ded by a Polish painter ilamed
Pindlcow~ki who had been .sent to
prison for forgery and gained a rem!ssiGn of his sentence through his
artistic ccntrlbution to the adornment
of tile Assembly,
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wme 300 to 400 1·essels going to the
tabraclor, 100 to 200 vessels lo tbe
Banks carrying from 9 to 11 double·
1tanded dories for trawl fi:hing. Then
there was the shore-fishery with hun·
drros of codtraps, trawls and hand lines.
Fish was lh.en dried on beaches and,
flakes-the writer can look hack on the
time when near:y 300 women worl:ed
nn the beaches at Grand Bank. where
the Bank 'ishery wa~ carried on. Most
all fish was sundried in those days. and
th~rP was a ready market. There is still
a market for this t~·pe of fish, but vel')'
little ol a much smaller catch is sun·
dried nJwadays.
There wue the good and bad years,
and loss ol human life, especially on
lhe Grand Banks where many of our
\'essels have been losl with all hands.
In those earl~· days of hand and wind
powrr, In fishing vessels and small
boats. endurance was thr chief and
necessary characteristic. St. John's wal
the centre of inward and outward
trade. The vessels from the !:ast
brought in their fish during the Fall
and returned with Winter supplies. The
fish on the South Coast was shipped
mostly in foreign bottoms called brit·
antines. There were also local fore
and after&, and lhcy returned wilh salt
and onions, etc. Supplies from St.
John's and Halifax were brought to the
South Coast in the Fall, and a number
of vessels would go to Sydney for coal,
but wood was burnt by most peopl1
who kept an ox or horse for haulinl
wood in their spare winter time. St.
John's was supplied with vessel loadl
of wood, birch jun~s. coopearge material. etc.. from thr oulports. Both In
Spring and Autumn St. John'• Narrowa
was a striking panorama of sailina: ve•
sels-tackinll their way in and out. The
various wharves were closed in with
1·essels discharging and loading.
In addilion to the primarr industrie1
there were 18 or 20 secondary industries. These were located mostly in
St. John's, and employed many skill84
workmen. They supplied the local mar·
k•!t with many substantial articles. They
wer• all of private enterprise, but about
eighty percent of them hare faded away
during the past 10 years The greater
part of the writer's life has been ipent
in our secondary industries, but th1
procuriu·~ of lhe local raw materials
eren at a ver~ high price is such a pro!J.
lem t!lat there is no chance of carrying
on. Howe1·er. wt are o[ the opinion
that serondary induslry must be reYiV·
ell by private enterprise if we arc to
remain as independent citizens but thil
will depend on ·government policy.
L;raud Falls I\ as just about goinl
into produrtion when our first Scout
tree was formed and we feel that
manv will reme.mher that striking
agri~ultural exhibition in lhe Prinres
and curling rink~ when the first mov·
ics of the Grand F~lls paper milh
were ~hown. It was about the time
when E. P. :\lnfl'is was going to
whiten the South Side Hills with
8heep. Corner Brook did not come into
production until 1925 so that in those
far off days our fishery came first.
We clid have Bell Island and a fair
amount o! lumbering, but Bell Island
scPm> to be scourged with uncertainty,
and as for lumbering here is another
industry depending mostly on local
raw material. and seems to be fading
like most of the rest.
This meagre description could be
ca1·ried further if space permitted, but
before dosing we would like to ewress
a few thought~ on the moral aspect
of those early days. II is true that
many of the working class were ex·
ploited by a number o! unscrupulous
persons. but we had many men of
principle whose word was their bond.
There was more of the fear of God,
and children were taught accordingly.
The $abhath was kept holy and the
ten commandments were honoured.
Dh·orce was practically unknown and
strong drink was not in excess. The
home life was more solid, and WI
were taught hone~ty and caution.
There were practically no g01·ernment
handouts, but our pantries were made
ready for the winter with far better
beef and pork etc., than we get to- •
day! Are we now at the cross road~?
In closing we wish ali the guide!
and scouts a good outdoor season of
health and happiness.
WESLEY PARSOXS.
160 Broadway,
Corner Brook.
wqr llnrh nf <611~
0 Lord, to us belong•th ctnfualen ef
f1ee, to our klng1, to o11r prl11111,
1nd to 1ur fathen, bee lUll·- h•v•
sinn•d againlt thii.KD•nlal f:L
. -· .
is my face red7 This is what we IIY
when we are caught doing &Omethlnt
'we should not do. The liar will try to
tell another lie to iet out of it and
forget what he has said before. The
thief wil have to steal more to cover
up previous thefts. The path of wrong·
doing is always confusing. Unless we
stick to the truth we find It difficult
to face those who know.
VALENTINE
Melbourne Press
Teenage girl basketball players In
Brisbane have been ordered to wear
longer dresses while playinl.
They have been told "dresses must
not be worn more than five inches
above the knee."
The Queensland Women's Basketball
Association president (Mrs. S. Martin}
.said tonlgbt: "Things eame to a head
when I walked on to a field and uw
a teena11e girl bending over.
"Right across the uat of her blOOm·
en was written: I Love Elvl._" .
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THE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOHN'S,·NFLD.,· WEDNESDAY, APRIL' 20, \960
canad"Ian
Power Co. Ltd.; "ifld ...l.nas- Xfld. Lime :\Hg. Co.; P. C. H. D. Jtoberts; Skinner .l,~mthe;;ia Associates; Baine .John· O'Drisroll Ltd.: "i(ld. Canada I ries.
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~ton and Co. Ltd.; The .John· ' Steamships:
E. ,J. Cooke; ' Total to dat~: $4.640.00.
son Insurance Otrlces. Ltd.: Sheffman Brothers; Higgins. IIEXRY COLLIXGWOOD.
Peters and Sons; Toolan> and Higgins: Hillcrest Farm
Chairman,
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Limited; Halley, Hickman and Ltd; G. E. Barbour Co. Ltd.;
Special :\'ames Committee.
Hunt; James G. Crawfot'd Ltd. Campbell's Meat ~Iarke\; :\IC· ,
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$20.00 each-Chalker and Kin lay :\fotors Ltrl.
OAKLAND, Calif. 1API-A four·
THIRD LIST
1 Co.
Ltd.; :>Wd. Armature
$5.00 each-Dr. .J. 71{. Darry; alarm fire swept a dockside stor$1110.110 eat·h - Gerald S. · Works Ltd.; W. H. Ewing and Dr. R. Gushnc: :\!rs. Flm·enrc ·age Jot and warehouse on the
Doyle Ltd.; Heap and Part·. Son.
; Outerbridge; Dr. and ·~Irs. H.· Oakland estuary Monday and 45
ners (:'\f!d.) Ltd.: A. H. Mur· ' 515.00 each-:\liss E. Anita , D. Rosenberg; K. A. Clarke; firemen battled a lOO.foot-long
ray and Co: Ltd; A Uan·ey , Wils3n; Guardhn Limited.
I :\lodern Clothing Ltd.; E. C. , wall of flame for •n hour before
and Co Ltd.
' 510.00 each-Dr. A. W. J. : Boone Adl'et·tising Ltd.; Dr. G.: bringing it under contra!. Chief
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Blackler; Grouchy's Limited; ' E. ~Iallam: Leon Green and: .James Sweeney said damage was
$:>0.00, each-~. and ~1. ~In· lion. B.•J. Abbott; Cileivers: Co.; P. F. Collins; Guy Loveys, :approximately $30,000.
ter Ltd., Brookfield Ice Cteam roods Ltd.; Bugden's Taxi; :\lonnt Pearl; :\Jr. and Mrs.
Ltd.; Browninii·Harvey Ltd.
' Hon. John T. Cheeseman; Reuben Howse; Atlantic Films : If you're pla11nin1 to shop for
$25.00 each-Dr. Geo. p. ' Long Brothers; Aylward and i ~nd Electronics Ltd.: Freder. a dress, you'll be wise t~ leave
French· F. M. O'Leary Ltd.; T.: Crosbie; c. A. Hubley Ltd.;: tck A. Colbourne; J. Boyd· your necklaces ~nd eamngs at
A. MacNab and co. Ltd.; J. c. : James Macintyre; W a 1 t c r . BuUe; and Son; The Morgan home .. They. usual!~ eateh.ln the
Pratt and Co. Ltd.; N!ld. Clouston and Sons; Thos. W. 1 Prmtmg Co. Ltd.; Dr. R. A. matenal whtle you re trym& on
Engineering and Construction ·I Collingwood; E. and S. Bar-~ Down ton; T. S. A. Freeman; clothes, and if you remove them
Co. Ltd.; Nfld. Light and bour; Alberto Wareham Ltd.; Leonard Levitz Agencies; Dr. i~~~-~o!e you misht lose them.
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in Jling-pong. At ~talcolm's lefl is Eddie Neil, s~iling 15 a go~~ loser ~hould, an~ next to him is Mr,.H. R~acb ~f the
teaching stalf who is in charge of school athlet1cs. Other parhc1panh m the senes ~ere Boyd Sm1th, Bill T!tford,
John Smith. Gerald Mercer, Allan Gosse, Bill Van Alatyne aud Weldon Seymour.
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5P.\SI.o\RD.'S BAY-The grade five class of Holy Redeemer School were presented with copies of the New
T~~tamenl prov1ded by the Gideons, Here Pauline Jones receives her copy from Principal W. Hedderson as GlenIUS Barrett. Tony Sheppard and Calvin Peddle wait in line to receive theirs. Seated at the desk is Miss Clarice Smith,
the class trachtr.
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ful Preceptor, presiding. With
R.B P Red
him on the dai&, were
.M.
Sir Kt. Isaac Dawe, Sir Kt Rev. I
Cross Degree .:Mr. Butt, of Western Bayof var1·1
an~ I
ncation with thrir parents at : .CARBONEAR-Mr. Herbert H }d M
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.Conception Bay Preceptor·
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Hubour Grace were :\liMes EJlz. Ptke. manager of the Corner
abelh Parmitrr, Catherine Ken· ~ branch of the ~rook·
.,p.,
~ . · . A large number of Black
11ecb· and Deaune Sheppard. ft. ~ l~e. Cream Co., patd a CARBONEAR !\nights. were duly exalted
Personals
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atudents pending the Easter i
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<.:arl Stevenson, Da1·id , short v1s1t lo his relativea over Royal Blaet Prtceptory No. 111' lhe final or Red Cresa Degree,
Pike, Brian Wakelin. All re· 1the week-end.
~eld a Red Lrus• ·• •·
of the Order. The Chargea for
turntd lo Memorial University J
ms In the Orange Ha.ll ?11 the aeveral Degrees were deliv·
•n Monday to commence their. Mr. Arthur Rendell of Hea~'&l Good Friday at 8 p.m. Wllh ~lr 'ered by visitina Preceptors.
aaminaliona on Tuesday.
• Cont~nt ente~ed the Carbonear 1 Kt. Chariea Burgeas,__\\' 0:.~htp- ·'After· the Dearee Work, slides,
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Hosp1tal durmg the week. Dur- Gander and st. John's were all :showing all the Degrees from 1
Kn. A. Anonaen spent the ing the .we~k~nd ~e waa villi· well represented by supporters the Black to the Red Cro!oS
Euler nution visiting her ed by h11 11ster, ~1sa Ida !len· and gave impetua to the en· were shown an~ tbe special ad·
lll'ottlrr Mr. E and Ml'll. Hanra·j dell, also of Hearts Content,
timsiasm which ran high during dresses were iiVen by P.G.M.
111111. :Yn. Anonll!n left for St.
-:-games which were cleanly play- Dawe and Rev. Mr. Butt. This
John's on Sunday to be with C~nstable J1m Saunden. and ed and well contested in spite Good Friday meeting has been
ber Gander music pupils who f~m1ly spent ttte week~nd with of the final 1e0re whieh aave an annual event for th• put
are liking part in the Kiwanis 'his parents, Mr. and Mn. Frank the CeeBees a well fouJI'ht and· fifteen years and II eagerly
!llusic Festival.
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decided victory over the atrong looked forward to by the mem·
Mr. and Mrs. Jehu Drodge, of team of their opponenll and bers of the Black lnatitution.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Janes Corner Brook, visited Mrs. took from them the much covet· Greetings were received from
II. John's spent Easter as Drodge'a parents, Mr. apd Mrs. ed trophy, Herder Memorial P.G.M.'s R. A. Russell, of Car·
IUetts of Mr. and Mn. E. L. !Gilbert PotUe, durlnl the past Trophy,
bonear and Chealey Filller,
Ote.
week.
The CeeBeea team 11 beinllj Clarke's Beach, regretting their
showered with eongratulatlona Inability to attend, due to Ill·
Ml$5 Rowena Peddle accom·
and no doubt thla week will aee neaa. Best wishes for their
panied by her sister who is a
more In the way of eelebratlon 1peedy recovery were voiced by
atudent at lhe AIIJlican High
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of their victory. ,
all present.
School bert apent iaster at
a~s
their home at Sunnyside T.B.
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Ka. an~.!'>~. A. C. La?e spent 1though the Conception Bay Re·
Euler VUitilll St. John s.
creationai Centre wu well fill·
ed on each of the preceding
Amon1 those wlio were at three gamea In the hockey finals
Harbour Grace for Saturday , between the Grand Falls Andeos
nilbts llOCkey finals were a land the Conception Bay Cee·
Jl'OUP from Gander whieb in· Beu Saturday night'a attendeluded Fire. Chief F. Ireland, anee' beat all previous records
Clarence Price, W. Clarke !'.,for· tfle spacious Stadium llterlta)'llolda and Lloyd Janes. They ally "burst at the aeama". Long
motored o1·er the lliJhWIIY and i before the openlna houra of the
report it In fair eondltjon.
111ame vlslton commenced to arrive and every available park·
Jlrl. Wm. Tbomu and tw~ inJI' apace from Victoria Street
ellildrea and Mr. Harvey Thomaa to Cochrane and aU the Interall of Gander apent Eutet streets wu filled with vebleles.
lilltlq their mother and litter,
Supporters of one or the
Jln. Ursula and Mill Mary other teallll poured In from outnomu . .Mn. Thomu II making aide tOWIII to aweD the very
•fabo PI'OINII aft•r a ncent UJ. larJI'• number of local patroDI,
IMII lrf aome montha.
Grand Falla, Bilbpa ran.,
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IIIII, llr. and lin. G. LillJ.
Millta Marla and Ida HolweU
Kill Oaa Sheppard, teacher IJMftt tile Euter vaealiol!o with
at Bill bland apent Zlater friend• at St. John 'a,
with lltr parenta, llr. and Mrs.
Mn, W. H. Barril who had
:lldrM Sbeppard.
been apen\linl the wi11ter
monthl with memben of .her
Kill Rope Ladlow II apeod· family at St. ·Jobn'a, II now baek
1111 later wl~ relativu at at Harbour Grace and atayllll
lt. Jabn'a.
wltb her daulhter Mra. William
-:-NONworthy and family. Her
Jliu Joan Alb, music· pupil many friend• Ire pleued to lee
tl IIlJa Phli Jbydea weat to ller Jootlq weU.
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The Doctor :
Says
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s, Ri\ROLU FHOM.\5 HYMAN,
"Is a birthstone-.<rt ring an
M.D.
~ppropriate present for a niece I
LEA \'ES FOil MOlliTRE,\L
·At 8.30 p.m .... remember thiS
.. aon to grad~ate from hi~h
:'llr. Jnhn Delgado Jr., of is the last trip until the,
.:chool?"
asks her aunt. "And :
B<>•uing Bros. Ltd.. Jca1·cs by ! autumn!
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i\1.\~Y
TRE.i T!\IE~TS
if
so,
what
is the birthstone for \
Tl'.-\ t!lday for llontreal on bus- i
·~AVAILABLE FOR
. :\larch? T h r e e people l'l'e : RESPIRATORY DISORDERS .
mes.s lnr his firm.
ST. JAMES'
questioned have nnmed three ;
WOMEN'S FEDERATION
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different
gems.". If the Y?u~g . BY HAROLD THOMAS HYMAN
E.\STER Gin
The Women's Federation of
graduate would hkc a rmg, 1! ts. ,
All male residents of the In·. St. James' United Church will
A_nd here are th_e traditional l Obviously the first thing to be
firmary. Sudbury Street, receiy· 1 meet In llacpherson Academy
htrthst~nes
lor ~atch and other done by the ,·ictim of any res·
('p a chocolate egg on E~ster ·on Thursday, April 21, at 8
IDQnth,:
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' piratory disoi'd2r is to avoid furSunda1· from the pupils of Win- p.m. The guest speaker will be
l. Whtch bn thstones belong to . ther insult to the b1·eathinj: IP'
tf.'rton ·School. The Boulevard. lMrs. E. lllawer of the Singer
Januar~. February and ~larch, · paratus.
·
llachine
Company.
who col!rcted and donated them, Sewing
respectively~.
· This may mean discontinuanCE
for this purpose before break-' ~embers are asked to bring
a 1 Aquamanne
of the use of to:Jacco, remo\·al to
111 g up for the Easter holidars. their ~elf-denial boxes.
b l Garnet
a lower altitude avoidance of
e 1 Amethyst
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localities where smog is· known
1 JUliBLE SALE
• .\R:\1 CH.UR TRA\'EL"
2.
Can
you
"?me
m
order
.h~
to
accumulate, retirement from
Th~ last of Dr. Hunter's il- . The Y's Menettes will bf'
ones
lor
Ann!,
~lay
and
June·
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work
that involves further e:r.·
Justraled 'lectures which have :having a Jumble sale at St.
a 1 Em~rald
! posure to the inhalation of dust
r.:Jde "Arm Chair Tra1·el" at; ~lichael's Hall. Casey Street,
; particles or irritant fumes,
bl Pe_a!J
the YWCA so delightf~l Will( Thur~d~y the. 21st. ~t 7.30 p.m.
c1 Dtamond
. marking during unavoidable exbe gil'tn on Friday. Aprtl 22nd. · Admtsston wtll be ftve cents.
3. Do you know. whether the ; posure to the inhalation of ir·
ones below .are 1~ correct or- , ritants -and transfer from a heavy
der for? Jul) • Auoust and Sep- , job to one of a sedentary nature
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t~~be~.
i if respiratory income has been
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I r.educed by emphysema or some
:other type of permanent 1w1J
MAKE fRIENDS I Fo:· flabby knees and flabby
e1 5app tre
: damage
4. Are you. atlle to couple the 1 If the~e pre,·entive measuru
• ! inn~r thighs, try this exercise.
correct bJrthstone to Oc~ober, I fai] to give relief, a complete ex·
l! :~ h~ttrr to r~fu.<e ~radous· Stand with feet ap~rt, hands on
November. and December.
Iamination b)' a highly 1killed
h- :n io:~ an or~anization than hips, pull in diaphragm, tuck in
ah l Turquotse
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in N>~·ome a di;;interested mem- . hips and keep back straight.
p1tys1c1an
ts next m or er.
1T
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opaz
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Just
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you'd
expect
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! in a slnw de~p bend and return
c , pal
chanic looking for motor trouble,
~- ~hat othel" .lell'~ls are re- · to do ~ore than simply lift the
!! ,-~·.~ arc ;,, 11!'/1 to a friend's to standin~ po~ition. Try bend·
~arderl. as .January, March and· hood of your car 10 vou must be
h_,,(. to m!'t't a ~~~~>t and you in!: a little deeper each day.
.June l~1rthstones•
I prepared for your chosen doetor
!a;,,, a~ imm~rlialr di•like to '\\'hen doin~ housework during
Z1rcon
· 1 ex·
a
• _, "'~~e •:,ocial ~ffo:·t to b~ the dal' instead of bending Ol'rr
h1 \! 00 t
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to supp1emen t h'1s phystca
·~·;:;·,~;;~: a;.i ~radou<. You to du•i. ·open and close drawers,
"' onr or '.-: e
. amination with tests of blood
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and sputum X-ray films ancl
c" e :~a1 much to ~<>ur ho;;t.
etc .. bend at th~ knees instead,
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Green. maU\'e a~d pink are RELUCTANT
IIEI\OES: Conscripts hl'ing outfitted in tml' army st~·le. Pnnl O'Neil. John Allston. l;~n Criffin :md
the • new C"O!or hatr styles for I
4. c. h, a· 0 · 3 · c. h.
• in the technique of this delicate
TOD.W'S
ETIQUJZ :ltE:IIO l procedure.
high fashion models. But the 1
Pat Trcadt~r. B<1ginning tuni~ht at 8.30, at Bucl(lnaster's Field.
al'erage woman, beauty experts
Other months, also, have more I And don't, I beg of you, eom.
claim, prefers something less ;
than one birthstone. Peridot and ! plain of the probable expense of
---------moPPED C'RtrKES LJ\'ER
extreme like blonde, red or - - - - · --··-- ~ ·· · .. , _ _ _
carnelian are sometimes worn' this surVey. You'd pay just as
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by the August-born. tourmaline much for an overhaul of your
Ooppf.'j chicken 1n·er 15 a
. by those with October birth- i car and, in the long run, you'll
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days, and lapis lazuli by Decem· effect Q sa\·ing even if you da
Saute '• rup of finely chopped
If your hair is dry, use a
ber's children.
I nothing more than stop further
o~:on until softened but not c r e a m shampoo and don't I
purchases of harmful smokes
~~own in two tablespoons of shampoo it more than once \!very I
and useless proprietary medl·
rende~d ch:ck fat. Drain and . 10 days. If your hair is oil, liSe I
cines.
rrserl"e on:on. Saute 1> poun~ : a liquid shampoo and don't
"Okeydoke." you 8ay "111 ro
o! chi~ken liYPrs in the fat unhl 'shampoo it more than once a.
ahead
with this sun·ey If you'll
"'e :1 done o~ use an equal amount ; we~k. :'>e1·er use a cake of soap
Blouses, as 5hown In P-aris, ' guarantee it'll turn up lOmeof !i\ er; cook~ in chicken to wash hair because it coats '
: are made of pure silk, heavy: thing that will prove helpful . to
~ro~h. Chop finely with onions . and dulls the hair.
f
, lace or printed cottons. They i me.''
a!ld t'>~'O hard-cooked eggs or . .
: are worn o,·~r. rather than tuck-' "Sorry," I have to answer.
!-:end !i,·er>. e;~s. and omons Ill 1
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; "You'd gel no such guarantee
1'-:e~der.
5<-a;on with •• tea· Arter applym~ r?uge, c~eek to;
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~J'D!In o! ~3lt and pepper to taste see that there tsn t a white line ·
1 from me or any other reputable
! WhatHer the hat .~hape, the physician.
B!l:i
moisten wilh additional, between the eyes and th rouge.
hat itself is worn back on the "But I wi!l gh·e you an Idea of
chicken fat. to achie,·e spread- · The rouge should cover thls area
. hairline rather th~n tilted o1·er what you may get from yoilr Inb;: ~!lsistency.
for a natural look.
: the bro\\'. The spherical shanes vestment.
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. sit slnaighlon the brow just "If your trouble Is
To compliment the soft belges,
. even with the hairline.
fect1ous nature, even a tuber·
off-whites and neutral shades
culosis, ~·ou've an excellent
this sprin~ a co~metic manufac·
An~ 5peaking or hats, the I chanc~ to be cured by the 11!1
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I t~1rer ha~ inlrodt~c~d a complete
. brim< are big. They rna~· be; drugs alone.
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\"rl'\' ~hter n1·1on hosier1• can lme or honey betge makeup .
: grace!ully rippled, t u r n e d: "If ~·our trouble I& mechaneutl,
PAUl, O'NEIL
CI.IFFORD COLES
SUSAN PORTCII~IOUTH
I back or even turned down all 1 like the blockage ol a bronchua
JERRY lL\GUIRE
~ v.·a5hed and· kept free· from
as
Tone
as
Capt.
Percr
arouoo but thev're large, !ltany. or drainage from 1 cavity whose
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Dennl1
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Sgt.
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$na~ ~amage by ~haki~g 1·ig?r·
To Improve the slt.Nl and
'Ihave a' fanciful flower trim but I walls can't be brought together,
ou5!y m a. mason Jar f1lled ~·1th j grace of your legs ·I with just
others get a plain tailored band- I you mar get wonderful result
v:a."Jl\ m1ld soapsuds.
~m5e half the attention you give your
in~! for the girl who wears her I from ~ktlled 1urgery.
them the same way. blot \I:Jth a face 1. try this simple three-part
hat~ straight on her head.
"If you have a tumor. lt may
to'>~'el to remol'e exces~ motsture I routine. 1. Keep legs free from
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he
remo\'ed through a broncho3~d rlry th~m ore~ a smooth rod I hair with 8 m!ldern depilatory.
E:-e-cafrhcr~ for Ea~t~r play : ~cope or by open ope~ahon.
o~ lay flat on a towel.
12. Smooth skin on legs with a
up a J(il'l'~ femininit;· with th~: . "If you've an ~llerg1c ~sth~a,
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.. . · - softening body lotion. 3. Repeat I
color ma1n·e. silk fabrics and, 11 may ~ posstb!e to Identtfy
• - - - - - - - - - - I this easy exercise at least 10
dirncll shaping, One serene · whal you re ~nst!tve to and, tf
times a day with each leg:
floral print tops a real dirmll it'~ •omethin!( like infection in
l Either standing or lying down,
skirt with a simplP. puff-sle~red ;·our no•e or sinuse~, rid you of
: lilt one leg, bent at the knee,
. bodice. On the other side of the the spark that starts the lire.
and stretch it forward: then, In
dirndl ;ton· a. maU\·e silk ~han"Or. if thp offendin~ allergit
the same bent position, move It
. tung sheath· ~:a ins c1u·v;· slimness ean't he found and eliminated,
to the side end back again. •
when a bit of rlirnrllism is added you'll be gh·en drugs ;·ou
: at the top of the skirt.
· can use the 1·e~y instant you feel
I It is bette; t:
a bristle
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an attack commg on.
Don't let clllllning 6oon that are brush on yolll' hair than a nylon
Sprin~ topcoat' arr short in. "If vour breathlessness snd
. d
t.ed 'tb dirt. one, a beauty consultant advises
length. long on fashion, li~ht in . cough are du~ to some weakness
P"~ an enCJ'Ill , Wl
It cleanses the hair and stlmu·
, weight and hea,·y on pattern. . f
h
t
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o 1·our ear 1 or o an anemta,
dL'-('Ou~ge. ~·ou. Here how !ou ·, lates the scalp at the same time.
· Shorter topcoats ,-ary from 42 ' 2 h'l'~tment will be directed to the
ean do It vmhout hard scru~bm~: When brushing the hair, hold
: inches to 41 inches. ln addition
! to the classic set-in s!ee,·e ,,tylf.'S source Of your troubles .
Add 2 tabl~poona of Gillett • your brush on li)e acalp, twist
Ly" to a p!lil of wa~er. Mop on ~·our wrist and bring It to the
and the raglans. ther will be an
"Alld if the cause of your disliherally. The lye qwckly looeena end of the hairline. This won't
l increasing number of the split comfort~ is something that can't
dirt. ~aDd lfrime that would take the curl out.
raglans that look like set·in be treated directly, like emphy·
otberwiae require bard acrubbinl,
slee\·es at front and raglan sema or deposits of soot in your
IAN GRIFFIN
PETER DUDLEY
PAT
TREACHER
SANDY lllrKINLA Y
ud help~ deodorial, too. WaDt
sleel'es
at the back. Fabrics Junl(~. I'OU'Il be taught breathing
as
Gregory
aa Medical l)rderl)'
11 Morgan
When applying your rouge,
11 Penny Raymond
tm<lre tiP' on bow you can 1111e
range
from
the sleek worsteds exercis~~ that should do a lot to
u~e a light touch. Too Uttle Is
mnp.n~~ive lye around the bome
~nd
sharkship~
to
t~eed add to ;·our comfort.''
tlctt~r than too much. Apply the
cherin!s and gabardine~ .
and f;orm 7 They CaD I\IVe 11U t:ouge. in dots, one just under the
Finally, if ;-ou'rr 11ne of the
lu11d~ of tiJne, work and mo11ey.
pupil of the eyt, one on the up('APE (':\:\.~VERAL, Fl~ I.~P\ unlortunales that d•·aws a black,
.lUll! wriw. fnr free booklet to: per ehePk bone and the third to
The "llnited States :>la1·:· fircrl a :'ou'l) at lr~;t ha,·e the satisfacStanrbrd Branda Limited, 550 l'Omplete the triangle. Never
near-opPrational model of its Po- tion of kno1rin;: where ;-ou stand
SbPrhrooke St.., W., Montreal.
bring your rouge below the nose
lari< >ttbmarinc missile from • i and of the need to make what
line or abol'e the eyebrows.
shir at .>ca ~lonrlaj·, hnt the' adjustments arc nccc;;sary so
,
roc\ct fin.len in fli~ht ber~u.<e o£ :;nu can "endure what can't
trouble in ti:e -'econd ~tagc:
iJe cured."
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also Is called 8 Individual
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table bi1s
l51nures
11 Never (contr.) 26 Marine !Ish
JOHN ALLSTON
IS Sgt. Bell
PAMELA GRIFFIN
as Pat Thompson
W. QUINN
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30 Sweet potatoes U Essential
32 Sliced cabbage
bein1
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51Air(comb.
38 Sea bird
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52 Female·uin&
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21Nantucketand22FalliDdrops
Martl>a'•
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24 Military cap
24 lArge oveu 2~ Zoological
27 Infinite
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31 Redaets
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v"MAGkiFICENT SEVEN"-Side action that viewers won't ser. is the personality-acting duel that goes on Wider the
Mrl;i::an sun during filming ol '1'he Magnificent Seven' a: Cu<'mavaca. Mexico. From left: Charles Bromon,. Brad De:r.·
ter, Hont. BuChholz,. Yul Bryner, Steve McQueen, Robert Vauglm and James Coburn.
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THE DArtY NEWS, ~T. JC"!'N'S, NFLD., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960
\Princess Margaret Leaving
Behind Gay ·Bach~rlerhood
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TrailEr On .Memory Lane
Is Austin's. 'Blue Heaven'
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POLLY'S QUIZ
Rr 1'01.1. r rR.\;\IJo:Jl
Dtar. Polly: We want In paint
J:lrar Polly: I'm in the mid~! ' our lll'lnl room wall5 and reup1
nr rPftm•hing ~n old oak tahlr. I hol~ter ~ t"Ouch 11~d chair. We
E' rr,·:hm~ ~< Roin~: Rmoothly I ha1 P hPtR'P drapene.5 and betge
n•·pt fnr a blark ~lain 'too dtep 1 t~x.turf'd r~l!. Furnttur• Is 1lso
111 ~~noi out. 1 triPd 8 rommrr·l pamttd beige, What micra do
(jat rrmni'Pr "'hirh rli~ nothinl!. WP "~~d·-R. M. .
Wh~! \I til takP il out~ I'd likll 1 D-.ar R. Ill : f'irst, com• ~ff
tl!• t~k'~' tn 11~ R n~tural oak. , thfll he11:e JR~. Paint the wtlls
Tltr <lain m~~· h~ ink.-\1' ..~. B I~ ~rt htr~uot~~ Cover the snfa
l'lMr w A. B.: Stop strang: I m ~ pla1.d that combines tur·
lin~ all<i pamt that tahle A quotsl', nlll·e l(rei'n, cream nnd
pamtP~ piPe~. none with ~are, hrown. The chair could then be
ran add ~real Alvle and charm done O\'er In an olive gl'ftn.
to a room. Old ink ~tRins in Dear Polly: I would Uke an
wood are almost impoSIIible to answer to 1 problem that seem•
remol'e.
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to me nearly impossible to 110lve.
Dear Polly: Please come to We are changing the t'Oior
my mc·ue with rolor suggestions scbeme of our house.. The bit
for my 1i1·ing room. 1 now have question 18 how lo Incorporate
1 dark green couch and chair green,. and brown In a kitchen
and a ··~,! rockilli chair. Whal which ha~ a marbleized lfay
colours fur wall~. throw rugs, li.noleum with touches of red.
lamps and curtain• _ Mrs I d really like to use IBndal·
T. A. s
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hl\'f worst problems, belitve
Dear "rs.
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me. Paint those walls white. problem al50 seems impossible
Ha1·e curtains and chair slip to me. Only 1 magician eould
CO\'er made from 1 while ground use your pre~cnt linoleum as
e h i n t z •howinl rrrt'.and-pink part or 1 sandalwood end coral
flowers with l'(reen IPII'ts. In· I scheme. Will! you must dn Is
11t,~~ nr thrnwin11 ~·our ~cheme I work your color scheme around .
with thrnl\' rur~. u.~e a room· I the color& you now hll'e.
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HOUSEPOWEll
NEED
POODLE .UPSTAGES ZSA ZSA-Enjoyin~ 11 cigantte on·
break. Zsa Zsa Gabor has the limdight murl,ed by her ~
poodle in Nfw York. Zsa Zsa was rel!t'ar•ing hrr role. in !
the TV version of -Ninotchka,~ farce about commumsm
and capitalism. ·-----.. - - - ·
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M''"T Kor•~ an~
A rompiP.!• La;-ott, for ,
f;r.,erP. '' compo;Prl of 1 bl~nkPt.
10 tiinper~. 2 ni~ht~Qwn~. 1 cotton :
shirt, 1 knitt~rt shirt, I woniiP.n
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A proud mother in Moncion, , l'alt~s soap, I p·air boolros, and·
New Brunswick, celebrated the 12 safely pins. In espPci~lly
>hort surlllY at prcsrnt ar~ new
! birth o£ her baby girl by send- or used diapers·. towels. and
program to
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c 8an ada. The USC's famous ette items or complete layettes
"Layette Life" to Areb refugee ~hould be ~ent lo one of
babies in the MiddlE' t:ast has '
proved so Juccessful that the , th~ USC's Cluthing IJ.. pots. Ad·
nondenominational agency l1ha: dre . ;s,·s 01 the IJP!Htls acro~s
,.announced thE" extensio o! 1 ~
Canada are a\·ailaiJle fi'Om l'SC
resentatives. from .saskatchewan, llcudquarl •r. at i8 Sttat·k.s
Quebec, Prmce F.dward Island :
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Present-For Yoa and
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ASTRO-GUIDE"
TO-DAY'S MODERN LIVING
TAKES
POWER!
BE SURE YOUR HOME HAS FULL HOUSEPOWER:
WHICH MEANS:
(A) A LARGE ENOUGH SERVICE fNTRANCE - WIRES AND
MAIN SWITCH.
(8) PLENTY OF CONVENIENCE OUTLETS AND SWITCHES
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fl'OIIl thtlt Ia finisll - and ,.,. ., •
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Send THIRTY-FIVE CENTS . could brinrJ...ou mucb pleasure.
(In coins I for this pattern
Past ••• On April·. I~. 1934, Future .•• Today's d ol\ar
, (st.mps cannot be accepted! to
chi I d ICiress Shirley Temple (comp::wf with the d~l!ar of
ST. JOHN'S DAILY NEW!!.
start~d her meteoric rise to fame 19'91 is worth 47.3 cent>. OQ
RoUaehold Arts Dept, 61 FROST
ac the film "Stand Up ~nd th~ h;~;i~ nf wh ~ t it will buy,
liT., WEST, TOK!ISTO, OST.
Cheer~ was released in New Further ~hrinka~e i~ c~pcct~~­
, Prinl plainly SAME. ADDRESS,
York. The whole nation was A ,·car from now the dollar \l·ill
, PA'MERS ~W~lRER.
soon "'tan"in~ up and cheering'' probably be worth on Iy 4.6.5
.lliST Ol'T! Our :\'~w l»IIO
the s.:rccn's curly· haired darling. cents.
· Alice Brooks ~eedlecraft Book
:contains 1'11HEE FRF:P: Pal·
' The Day Under Your Sign
' tern~. Plus ideas galore !or
UARA (Sop!. 71 lo Ocl. 221
i home IUI'nishing~. fashions, gifts, ARIES (B.,. Mmh 21 lo April 19] Yo\1
nvv .,..,,,·rr h"'twl'rl ,-,:~rr,..,f1, tlr:.t
~mil~s work ~nckn i~t "hlll!ont taut•
· toy~. bazaar sell~rs-excitin~.
frr-linJ; J:'J• a1:•l thfon ~.. rrr•~otd.
i unusual dl>si~ns to rroehet, knit,
SCORPIO (Oel. 21 !• Nov. ~I]
TAURUS (Apr;t 70 lo t.A~110l
1~m1•l" mi~nn•lt"l dAnJ ,..,II!'. "" .i"''1't
i ~ew·, emhroirler. huck wcav••.
\'flu at-: in~lir•_,: tfl 1~ f''''tr:u-,.·, but ,.ou Jl\\.,. thorn\ c~'.ur tr:t fll~r'~UCI\ ynnr m!en:quilt. Be first with the newe>l , ut'l l'!nntrol It 1i }·on'll try.
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GEMINI (May 21 lo Juno 21)
SAGITTARIUS (No•. 22 I• Dec. 211
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! C~unril of Pro\'incial F.mplov~es .
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2 to 4. Delegates are expected i
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CAPRICORN [Dee. 22 h J... 20]
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AQUARIUS'(Jon. 21 to Fob. 19}
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ta -t.iiCUit, 1htn11 wlrick ._,t .,.crm
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(C) ENOUGH BRANCH CIRCUITS OF THE PROPER SIZE FOR
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW .
READ ALL ABOUT IT!
at your Public Library.
The ~acilities of the Goslir.g M'!rr.orirJ\
library ore at your service.
You'll
find many books containing informa·
tion about home planninq and in1·
provement.
1HE STOR'!
IN A NUT·SHELLI
CANADIAN LIBRARY WEEK reminds u' to ~J:AD
for PLEASURE, for PROfiT, for PROGRE5S 1
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APRIL . . 1960
The United ·Church
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CAPITAL FUNDS CANVASS
Our Needs and Canvass Goal
PICTURES :. OF NEW REGIONAL
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Over The -Next Three .Years
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fl Additional school building at Prince of Wales College
to proviae e::rra classrooms, cofetEria, symnasiu'rn
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SECTION II
SECTION II
THE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOHN'S, NFLD., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960
Winners In Kiwanis MuSic Festival
CLASS 26-ST. julu.:.l'H S GUlLS CiiOlR
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added loyally, "anywny: he'd go into law, as had bis
:you're not half as bald as most father and grandfather. But
i of the middle-aged men I see." he'd alwa~·s been crazy about
. She departed, .sayin;:, "See planes and it was natural that
ya," and banging doors. lie he'd eventually apply for ROTC
thouglll: Middle-aged a"nd laugh- . . . which meant, on grndued. If he was middle-aged now. ation. two )"l'ars in the attive
he would have to live until 90 .. fl'.'l'r\"e,; and a second licutcnTHE STOR\": ~ark and Rn'e mtd grew like mad.
According to the three-score· anl')". It was with this in mind
Jlnlmr~ arr approa1·hiug midd:e
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IJ:.t in a fuil marrlrd lif~. Th~y
Dchhi~. wanrlcring in prr~cnt· middle-aged at 35. At least, his 1which had an Air ~'orce ROTC.
lont tl\·o children, Tim, 19, and 1)", askrtl, ··Anyone heartl from belly was still flat, Well, al-j He came up behind his wife
lltllbir. three yrhrs younger, a Tim"!"
·most.
and ruffed her hair-do. He said,
l"o,ot of friends and a pleasant "Not by mail. Your mother
He got up and went outdoors "~mogene notwithstanding, il"s
t:nml'.
l'::l!ed him a couple of nights -one of the stone walls needed mcc to be alone."
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tht· bright rattle of -exc;amatory a norror7 . . . Honestly, men, faclory.
i AI the table: "You're a bet•·un,·ersation. Debbie was 16. o!UVC the worst taste!"
I Rose drove in sedately. He. ter cook than the Queen," he
Tne ar_got of the ~·oun;: altered; "Don't let your mother hear l could arrive with a flourish, but I tol.~ ,her, and passed ·his plate. ,
so rapldl)' that :\larK had scar·. you sn)' that: she thinks mine· she refused to, even when she, \\hat a day! I met P~m for [
l"ri)' learnrd to understand -'is fine."
felt hke it. She got out ~nd: lunch. It looks to me as 1f that,
1 r.~n to usc it a little, in order · "1 mean in girls," said Deb- came up to him, "l thought 1 marriage is on the rocks, like a i
Mt to embarrass Debbie or Tim' bie, and he reflected it would you'd be gone," she said.
\Martini. She had two, incident-~
bdore tht>ir contemporaries -·be futile to tell her that her "Pete will be here pretty I ally, and cried into the second.
when he found himself aware~ mother had once been 16. soon." Pete was Mark'~ senior I couldn't go home with her and I
l'f tolerant glances . . . as if '•·we,J, anywa)'," she untinued,, partner. They walked along by! hear. all. There was ~ Welfare
thl')" re~arrled the old do~ try- :"he spoke of bringing someone ' the wall and he put his hand Imeetmg. Everyone fought. I
lng to exhibit last year's tricks. home for Thanksgiving. He Jives I over hers; he had a special way came nome spineless. The
J!ut hearing Debbie silriek, •in ~iinnesota."
of holding her hand, "I missed phone was ringing. It was lmo·
":\lurder!" into the telephone I Net Tim, her father gather-' you," he. said.
[gene."
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would sure I)· persuade t;le un- 'ed; just, someone.
! She smiled, and did not an·,
"~h· poor put-upon wife." said:
il~iormetl that one had been :·wen, there'.> room." :\!ark, swer. She k?cw sh_e had; he. )litrk without compa>s!on.. , j
rnmmllted.
saul and looked at the stock- :·knew she m1ssed h1m too; no
Rose ,got up; she smd, Lrt s
She hun~ up. after admonish· market reports. His inve~tments ·comment was necessary.
plug in the colfrc in the li\·ing I
in~ >Dmcone not to flip, and were doing all right.
The wind was cold, the sun· room anrl relax."
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wrnt back to what sla• consitier·
Debbie announced perched was warm; Ro~e·s hair in the I "I'll rlcar. Ll'a\"e thr dishes ;
rd breakfast. Mark went into on the arm of his chair, "Elea-. sun wasn't mousy; it wasn't~ a whilr. J'll rven help \\'ash," 1
the kitchen where his daughter , nor may be going to Renwick, graying, either. He told her so .Mark nobly offered.
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:and she laughed. "That's the
"Dry," she corrected. "You : ...
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This subject continually crop- .· rinse. Where's Debbie?"
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wzs right cute, despite her far- · ped up. Boarding school for 1 "l!lfide. She's going to lunch wasb."
flung belongings). In front of Debbie's senior year, instead of! and the movies with some of
(To Be Continued)
Debbie he saw a feast for Lucul- high. Why? Because everyone her gang."
Ius. fruit jelly, a glass of milk was going.
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and a doughnut. Well, he, He said patiently, "I've told
thought. tilese probably contain· . you a dozen times, Debbie. that the 10 years they'd lived here- ·
ed ''itamins. minerals, carbohy-! I can't affor,d it: we have to get Ithe parental taxi service;
dra:rs.
)Tim through college and you,
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. Mark coming home one evenwho thought "Daddy" was i "Well, O.K.," she said. She : ing found her sJap·dashing
torn3· and "Pop," which was : rareiy argued. which was one around the kitchen.
what Tim called him, passe. : of the endearing things ~bout
"What's up?" he inquired.
She, was as pretty as sunshine: her. She accepted, seemmgly, "Smells good anyway. Where's
on a daffodil. Where had the and then nagged at intervals. Queen Imogene?"
fair hair come from? Surely,
Debbie kissed the top of his "Virus," Rose answered. "It's
'head and Mark said, "Thanks. unlike her, but apparently
llar::'s mother.
Others might go in for the IIncidentally, your mother's sore everyone in her family's had it.
rombed-with·a·rake coiffure, or Iat me because 1 am not getting Wash up, the table's set."
hair falling into the eyes, or gray."
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Italian-boy styles. but Debbie
Debbie stood off and looked j' our only daughter?"
liked the po"ny tail.
at him. "Gray•hair's distinguish"It's Friday, remember? She
"Hi, yourself. What cooks?" ed. Eleanor's father is dreamy has a date. When I suggested"
She replied thaI she was go. -looks as if he dips hia brush s:.e linger and perform a chore
iaa out with some of the girls, I in silver."
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aoda-foiiiJtain lunch, a movie.
"l know," said Mark, "but spin."
"I lhou&bt you were playing with Eleanor's father it must
Mark wondered whether he
plf," abe uid.
have been platinum. Both my should talk to Tim at Thanks''Laler." He went into the 1un 1 women are against me. I l!ould giving or not? No, time enough
po.·eh, which wu small and full run down to the. beauty shop when the kid really made up
of •-·• Afritan violets. They and get a rinse."
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No Place For Worne~ In
Olympics Says N. Z. ·coach
Red Sox Are So Bad, Jurges
Hesitates To ·Discuss Them
By J, C. GRAHAM
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White. Thll edition could be recently. There Is no aouthpaw Canadian Press Correspondent
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ri!l just been touring N~w Zealand.
Wlltlbl• bad.
here by hts clalm t~at there ts are particularly feminine and
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and even tbe kids earning up star era. Sullivan wu excep· tests.
They are Betty Cuthbert, triple
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tlonally effective a couple of Sport for women, ~e say_s.: Olym[>ic gold medal winnfr. and
ia a e~~pable bueblll man,"
Except f01 Malzone the In· campaign• back, but bagged should be conducted as tt was m : , 1 , 1 1 , 1 th
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Mid JuriM , launehlnl his field Ia nolhlna to write home only nine in 19119.
the Victorian a~te.
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firlt full 1111011 11 a major about. Pete Runnels Ia a real I Three southpaw• are lads Cerutty, controversial coach of. ~~~o~~c nea er 0 wor sprm
181111 mana1er at Stotbdale good hitter, but never was from Mlnneapolii-Tom Bor· manv world record breakers. h:~s · . · . .
Stadium In tbl1 unique re1tora· much second baseman, and he Iland, Ted Bowsfield and Ted extreme ideas of training lor nth· . :'-l~Jtl~~r 1 ~ 1m Pre_.,~ e d· by:
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thin~. 1 tltink he iu~t hasn't got
pionlbip or finilhlna last. that's ttp-off on the Red Sox' dire accompllhed en~ugb to _be ad· BECO!"'!E M~SCUL~NE
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~Tt·•. ~!athews • Willard de·
That'a not a bad alant for a ia pretty fair with the glove, baseball people doubt that be Is s~ch mtracle racer~ ~s ~erb El· dared.
Dlt JOlll\' KING won the Junior Aggre~atc of the Curling Club's past
bloke manalinl the present but this switch hitter batted no i.. the phenom class.
ltott, who ran the mtle m three
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world," added Jurgea, before left aide of tbe Infield. Vic bulk of the · ork.
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r~~~~e e ·~m.an ·1 w. • ininc He must be 'a woman
aoinl into the advantage• of Wertz and Jim Marshall left·· The Red Sox were not for- !~lean ~ 1 r sur~en ermg ~mmm· 11•1; , : ..
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trainin1 In weather such as hand batters, and towerlni Ron mldable last year. The ordinary "H .
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e squa are not in and throwinn was all right c~~·utly mch~twnlly rlenie~. 'Tm
ley of the S~n. thts spr~ng.
, at ftrst base. All are lower too sure of the~sel.v~s. The j w~en ~ ,01.t "·~·" tru!l· ~mr.trur no woman hater. I lore 'em.''.
If Ted W1lhams cant play . case me~. though they can rip good players ~re mdlVlduahsts.: and la~·!lelv Ihe p1:01 inl'e of he ~a>s. "But they must he'
ewry day-and how c~n he?- an ~c~astonal. long ?ne.
so you have nme guys and not; schoolgirls.'; Cerutly suys. "It woman!)·. rv~ nel"er wanl<'d to!
thl' Bo~ton chth has JUst one 1 \\ 1lhams w11l pia~ as much a club.
.
, was the same wilh wonwn in trn· cnclclle a wet)(ht · !1ftlllg am awn;
11andout ballpla~·tr. Fr~nk Mal·! as he can. but after ~im only
T~e baseball wnter told .Ju~· nis in Queen Victorias d<ty. They yel. ·•
zont. the bowlt~tRerl thtrd bas~· I Bobby Thomson has a btg league ges 1t was a shame he couldn t · w~ren't takrn serioush· and 110• Cerutty s~ys hr is not eritkil·.
man who came to tht. Bacltbay rating. Marty Keough, .243 lui turn back the clock and play bodv minded.•.
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in~ ·any preoent-day women ath· ·
"But sport today is on n~w I.-Irs but merelv issuin~ a warn·
M:llionaires from the Bronx tr!p and no power, pr?bably the man~ger _and coaches, the
8~· ~ll'RR:\Y OLDJ\R)l,\N
surpris<' iu his l~tc sra>on r•J'c happen to name a horse a:~i'
for peanuts.
wtll be the center fielder. latter bemg hts old double play levels. ~len train and ronditinn in:; on whnl wiiJ happen if they
'lieWSJiaJII'r
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was ho1•: he tight~Erd the ~ux the bulky slugger?
Jackie Jenltn'a retirement Gene Stehen1 hit .278 part partner, Billy Herman, and themsell"es in strength and feroc· <~llem;'l lhe physicnl conditioning
SA!!ASOTA. Fl•. (:--;EA )- dpfensin··;
I "! got to know him prrtt;
took away what run ~coring time, but only three home Rud~ York, Del Baker and Sal ity. All th~se thin~s are rletri· unrlertJ~>rn by top nHle athletes.
Somewhere
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power the Red Sox had.
runs. Jim Busby, extra fly. Maghe. Twenty years ago they mental to women. The)' c:an'l
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Even would ha~·e been a running start hope to keep up without sur;·rnd·
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ering Iheir sex."
Thj,' f;u·p sut.:;!l'~tPd T<'(l Klu~- Cinl'innati.
.
w:1:1 :-0 tolfl me hr was going to
aroup without an established much witb Minneapolis. Lou
Bill Jurges admitted that ! Athl~tcs in Australia and :-;,.,1. 1'('..-tPd hu.~t rit_•r('!o;mwnt, Ull·
111ajor league catcher.
j Clinton, for one, batted .261.
would be wonderful.
'Zen land c h a II eng e Ccnttty\ wom:ully ~hilJfl'."· IJo \H' han' to zrwski. ;:n~d so did th<• enor· "Tiw repui,Jtllln YIJU ::!(·I at lliimr ~ f'Olt for m~.
"fir WC1!- ju~1 w.utin;;: fnr thP
The Red Sox wound up four , There are ~orne reputations on, "But nature has a way of claim. Some agre~ wonwn should w;~it tonli! tlllr ~irl~ tannol he· mil~ of lhl' lmlk dPpn~itrrl on the ::-~art alway'- star~ with :.cHI
pmes below .!100 and 19 games ,the pitching staff, but none hasjtaking care of those things," set a limit to their effort. hut rome mollwr' lwtrm~ w~ c!ra\1" tht' \\'hilt• Sox· rlw:ont lwtwh The trouhll' i' liw~· all··~:·; ri~hl hor;e to tome along-a
But lh('n' WilS somcthin:..: iJlJ~n:t t·omp;n·NI mr wilhl Gil Hod:!('~. h1~ ,,rw
l!Kk with Williams. Jensen and i fared particular!)· well more. concluded the old shortst•Jp.
others dismiss Cerutly's lhcoric.- atll'II:i;~n tn llw dnn~cr'?"
ti;l• shio·l.
\\"l'rc both ht~. Anrl thPrr 11.,,
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Jt had :-kcre,•
rw comparl:-:on. Ht.,.:-. !.!l'C'al
i ~ow if 1lH.·n··.o:: rnw 1h111:.:
"!'pJ·iou~h·. I do an af!Pqll,lit
ahout Bill Klu that's rlis\tnctil"r ..ioh. I lerl the !<'ague in fieldin~
it's lhr fad thai from the for fil"~ )"car;."
poinl of his seapula to the tip
.rust lhe olltrr rl;.y, it wa,
ol he miclclle finger thr arms notpcJ. Klu had lett h1.• feet
'an• al\\"~l)"S laid barr. And likr a flywriQht and speared a
such arms: Big as live naks, .line dril"e hy .Junior Gilliam o!
half as gnarled. To cover them . the Dodg•rs.
is like putting an uplift on · "I just wantrd to con1·inct
Brigitte Bardol.
, Gilliam.'' he grinner!. "that he
But on this rla)' the Chicago should hit the ball some place
champions had on tra\"l'iing . else "'
uniforms. with the players' i Ku is a spry 35. He looker:
names l!'tlererl across the back.: great a y~ar ago at this limP .
"What's with the sleeves?" 1 : too, with the Pirates. hut they
asked him.
I never got around to using hin:
"The only way J could fit · much. The back that went bad
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mv name on the shirt." he an· ion him in Cincinnati no longer
s~ered. "You think I'm
kid· ; bothers him as a full-time firs!
ding?"
1 baseman.
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There was no inclination to: "Its he(>n four years.'' Kin
argu(> with T~d. He weighs 250 :said dubiously, "since I had tc
I pounds. all of it healthy look-' play a full schedule. I doubt
ing. well tanned hy the dri1•e !that I could JZo 150. I'll jus:
. ,.
Ieach morni:tg in his open air go as far as I can. pay 'em day
I Caddy from Longboat Key to to da) ."
thr training field in. the shade
II anything goes wrong, thrrr·
of the Sarasota Terrace.
'are always hts restaurant'
I "I tried to cut the slce,·es off, ITed's Cincmnati steak house
, like I always rlirl." he expl•inrrl. was suppleml't~terl h1· an nul
. "But r would have had to leave post in ~liami Brach Ihe pas:
,I off the 'i' in my name. :Xot winlrr. which made nl<'<' rom·
i enough room."
mutin;.p.
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Anrl lli;.: 1\lu Th~ l"itrr i·' for rffl'<t. Klu~
;1 thr~l'._lrar-olrl sl:lhlrrl h;·
I •·xaw. lhrrr'" a rldl;,,tr ph:: .Jc.hn Galbrenth. the t)II"•Jrr , !
, si<·;ol reason. If thr slfPVPS ~rr · thr Ptratr;.
i rut, I ran wrar a snu~ 'ir.P 46 ··~.;c.:;. how ahn:ct th,11 hro: .-.··.'
'But. the on!~ way I ran Ke<·r ' l're hern rlown on him almo•\
~hirt like this from binding IS !'\"cry ume h.''" gmtr. tn thr
to wear a si7.e 50.''
, post. Looks hkr he n11ght haw
The talk shifte~ to b~s~- ·a touch of clas;."
hall. H •1'3' nott'd \hat thr bi~
How did Ownrr Galbreath
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Ill 1.\IO hom~. ~u m.l!UI~s and wn \laralhou. Fon•l r;l!l amon~
54 seconds. 't'wo United States the l~ariers for a time in lhc·
runnrrs, Gord :>!cKenzie of :>lew I nrst nine milr>
York ami ,Jimmy Green .of Bos·. Among others [;H'ther hark or
,ton: cam~ second. and thtrd.
:dropping out were ve;cr~"
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1wa' B1lly Snuth of ll~mtlton, Gecitge Aathi,, SyrlnPy. :\.S:
•2.~-~·car-old cook who h~tls from and u:miel JarL>bson, :'>lontr<~i.
Coyltun. Ayresh1re, Scotland. 1 Kotila [·rossrrl the tapr on1:.
1and plans to compete for R ~pot. 49 seconds ~lower th:m thr ap; on the Brtttsh. team Ill the 1 proved course record set hy
Ro~e Ol~mptc_s 1~ late summer.: America's John Kelley in J95i .
Canada s best tn the Boston · Kelly did not finish Tuesda)·.
~_aralhon last yca_r _was Gor~on though he was favored.
Dickson, who ftntshed tht~d
Blistered feet forced Kelley .
but was unable to compete th1s to drop out at the 21-mile mark. ,
year.
Later Kelley told reporters :
DULL RACE
"this was my last race.", Asked '
Despite the speed, Tuesday's wby, he said, "I believe the
tussle was dull in comparison reasons are obvious."
with some other years because
Kotila, who finished fourth here
in 1955, was all alone at the
end. The only factor of doubt
in the last few miles was wheth·
er the Finn might ~oilapse and he showed no signs of that.
NEW YORK CAP)-Probabl~
There was a between·tears· pitchers for today's major
and-laughter episode in the race lt'ague games won·lost records
when Chris, the wife of the sec· In parentheses:
ond-place man, McKenzie, pull·
American League
ed oft her apiked heel• and I Detroit, Bunning (0.0) at
dashed a!Dng after her husband · Cleveland, Perry (0-0l.
at one point.
:-i'ew York, Turley (0·0) at
Chris, an English girl and a · .Boston, Casale <O·Ol.
Washingtou Kemmerer (00i
1runuer in her own right. yelled
encouragement atmust tn tears at Baltimore, Pappas (0·0i.
while her engineer • husband ·
National Le1gue
smiled to himself as he put one i Philadelphia, Cantwell (1·0:
down after the other In a meth· • at Pittsburgh, Law !1·0).
odical way.
1 Cincinnati. Brosnan 10·0! at
Ob)i\•iou.q of wonrtering stares. Jlilwauker. Spahn !0-0) .
the woman sprinted with lona: i Lns Angelr.;. Drysd~le !2·fl
hair flying.
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TH! DAILY NEWS, ST. JOHN'S, NFLD., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1960
11
Pee-Wees
HaP.PY ,A~_~ut Arrival!
Of Coach John Doyle·
All- Stars Will See First Action Tonight
By WILSON BUTLER
(Special To The Daily News)
GODERICH, Ont.-News that coach John Doyle
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will arrive here in time for, the first game of the Pee
I
Wee Tournament has team members in a fine mood for
their opening game to-night. The St. John's Pee Wee
All-Stars dash with Goderich for the Host Trophy.
The squad arrived here from Toronto yestcrdnv
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morning at 8.10 and arc billeted at the Sunset Hotel.
Wann weather and sunny skies have heen the order
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of the tr'ip to date as the temperatures ha\'e ran!(ed in
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the high fifties and low sillies since thcv left St. John's I
BILL .~LLES won four major trophies in Curling this
1\londuy morning.
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pu~t seasob. Last night he recei\'ed the Foster Trophv,
Because of business reasons - - - - - ·
Brookfield Ice Cream Trophy, the award for the Doctor's coach Doyle was unable to Wee captairi Wavne Bradbury
Points bonspiel . and .-\ssoc:ntion prize for the Senior leave St John's with the team 1 011 behalf of the· team.
A~re~ate.-(~la~ Mt•rccr Photo).
on Monday but arrangements I The tPam was taken on .
have been made to have Doyle ! tour of Toronto on :\today I
P~!!JlCrrt'l:-1
flown from Malton. Airport at , ight and saw l\laplc Lraf Gar- ·
G: ~tercer
199 137 105--501 Toronto to Goder1ch hy prl- · dens besides many other fa- !
I,, Smilh
177 211 IA4-582 · vate plane and only :loocl fl~·- mou> sights. While there wa~ ·
WltSO~ BUTLER
1 ing weather is needed to have' nothing scheduled for the Gar:L
Gladney
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IRB
163-533
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!osil!g
to Tillwnbur~ In a
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ZIR 178 186-582! him here in time.
. ' rlcn~ on ~londay the boys did seric~ games 3-2 whilr llumn
1G. t'hapier
l'. 1\;n·anagh 210 !58 241-609! _In a tPiephone.t•om·rrsatton get to view the inside.
stopped :\larkhem 5-3 Anrl
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1..\ST ~IGHT'S G.\~n;s
986 B72 949 2807. wLth Doyle last nl.~ht the team. ,-\]] 16 boy~ are starry r)"l'li l~xrtcr tlropped R<>tkland 3·1.
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lhemsch·es and team's,
P.ich Thrrt l'ramcs:
p~~ ti. l11aneey ~:>7 :!00 168-625 today and he Will hkcly art'l\'e: m;~rk.<. Bcmarct Collins aslt- chailccs look good {or our
Bill o·nrillr
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:!41 225 243-709 this aftcmoon.
. ted after consomme soup was first game tonight. The squad
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Pat Frrn('h
F'. :'\icholls
li2 HIS 206-576
Arter lca\·ing Torbay Air· 1 s~,·,·cd: "Is that lea or coffoe, hasn't been on 5 kalcs since
lll~ndalr:-3
111. Dawe
li7 206 177-560 port on· Monda~· TCA pl~ne 1 lltr. Butler?"
'la.~t Saturdav but the- spirit is
T. l'arroll
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1068 1011 1035 3114 I was down at ~~·dney, Gre~n- : • d Ch h'll
b ··
! high and the team Is ready.
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with ·. tnp
H ~lurphy
277 2it 179-727 :'1:. Arh
1a6 128 230-514 several players being air ' salesman, "Does Joey ~et a·
J. Engli~h
305 218 23q-IIO~ ·A. Cook
147 133 291-571 sick Post cards were sent bv sales tax on stuff we buy up
G. Ta~·lor
1~1 175 272--63!1 R. ~!u~ent
194 221 224-642 II ·
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1 players ha,•e been sending . G?alte rat En;.:!lsh figured
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arrival at Toronto Air-: 'a fam11ar
s1ght bac
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R. E\oy
153 !Ri 206-M6 Gunrds:-3
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port on
~·lonclny General !he team had lunch_ at the •
B. Power
233 203 262-693: A. Andrews 200 169 241-610 1 Ilakeries who own 1\lammYs· A1ena here upon arm at yes·
B !l·r)·
:oo 2?,1 :ll !-~~3 D. Fisl~rr
2~4 136 157-5~7 i in St. J~hn's, pro,•id~d 3 h~s tcrday. and ate . dinn~r at . ~ •
r. ro,.rr
InA z,,fi 24<-<12 'll. ~lrKinla)' 2.12 182 265-6o91 to lake .the team to the Rol'al' re<talllant bcfot_e being pall- I
1011 1098 1tG1 3270 W. l~akley
217 129 235-581 . York Hotel and then treaied e~ off for sle~ptng ac('ommo-'
-G. Fullcr
147 203 261-611 · the squad to dinner.
d,.tton~ and \1 a_tched some of ,
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Gordon Lang of Gen~ral ~he o~hcr tournament teams '
Pll•tal:-3
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r C'rnckrr 1:!!1 276 180-585 1 •·eildlan A./ .:-0
D Whittle
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awnnls at the Annual l'n·o;entation of the City Cu.rling Club At the Old
Colony Clnh last ni::ht. Tenm nlt'mht·rs :IT!' lleft to right) scAtccl:-Bill
Allen, skip; Bnh Johnson. second. ·standin!(:-Tom Petit>n; lead; Bob Murllh,_·, mate.-(~. lax !llercer Photo) •
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By The Canadian Press . in the Ith.' The Tigers crark·t2·2 tie for the Orioles before
r. O'Rrilly 181 173 2~4-553 Detroit Tigers, with no help e~ through on a two-run single 32,747 at Baltimore, giving the
G. Stamp
212 211 163-586 ' at all from Rocky Colavito's by pinch-hitter Neil Chrisle)'. :victory to reliever Jack Fisher,
w. Austin
1~3 200 174--527 bat, and .defending champion But Jimmy Piersall e\'ened it: Pete Ramos, who also gave up
L. DtLacey 226 207 167-600 Chicago White Sox. still win· with a two-out, two-run pinch· a two-run. homer by Brooks
947 1001 895 2843 ning .bY one run, pushed off single in Cleveland's llh.
Robinson, lost it.
St. JMtph's:-1
with \'iclories Tuesday as the Minoso drove in six runs and
Left hander Johnny Padres
r. ~laher
199 206 262-667 i American League completed its put it away for the White Sol! 1-0 and reliever Ed Roebuck
P. Sullh·an
120 1110 199-~09 :!:elated 1960 start before 162, leading off the ninth against combined for a five-hit shutout
G. ('oisb
195 208 179-582 · 326 fans.
losing reliefer John Tsitouris. against the Giants. A triple by
c. Bowers 232 124 139-605 i The Tigers defeated Cleve· Minnie also hit a grand-slam Carl Furillo and rookie Tom
L. Wabh
196 148 193-517 ! land Indians. who shipped Col- homer in the fourth, for a 9-2 Davis' sacrifice fly gave the
942 876 972 2880 al'ito to Detroit Sunday for lead and then nailed Dick Wil· 'Dodgers the run the)' needed in
Boh Crou:-3
Han·ey Kuenn, 4·2 in 10 inn· Iiams at the plale after the the second against loser Billy
J Cranshaw 257 173 208-638 ings, and the White Sux beat A's had tied it nine-with two I O'Dell 0 2. They got their other
~: Wadden
241 294 197-732 Kansas City 10·9 on Minnie runs in the ninth. Ray ~loore ·,three in the ninth, two on John
J Care\'
159 2110 211-660 1\linoso's second borne run, a won it in relief, getting Bill. Roseboro's triple, when the
Wad.dPn
222 194 221-637. ~solo shot in the ninth.
Tuttle on a doubleplay ball on Giants contributed two of their
1 O'Reilly 291 301 342-934 : ~ew \'ork Yankees, grimly! the ony pitch he threw.
: f1ve errors.
.
mo 1252 1179 3601 'I intent on a comeback, beat HELP ~tANAGER'S DEBt:T ' PITTSBURGH <APl - J1m
Boston Red Sox 8-4 on a pair
Pinch-hitter Whitey Henog ' Owens gave up only three hils
C\'C:-t
190
227
264--681
I of homers hy newcomer Roger and Norm Siebern, late ·of the -one a three-run homer- in I
G. Fl~·nn
198 141 112-4511 )laris. Baltimore took a 3-2 Yankees, homered for the A's. pitching Philadelphia Phillies to I
C. l.ush
247
112 170--529 1drcision from Washington Sen-~ who were making their debut a. 4·3 victory O\'~r Pittsburgh
A. ~lolloy
186
150 158-49! alors, who had, beaten Bosto~ u·1der Bob Elliott. the only Puates Tuesd~y mght..
.
B. \\'Qods
263 170 272-712 10-1 in Il1onday s "early" pres1-, new manager in the lea)!ue. A Owens, startmg h1s first game
P. Uur\ey
108-1 807 976 2867 dcntial opener.
record opening-day crowd at of the seasonr struck out mne I'
In the only National League Comiskey Park, 41,661, saw the and walked two.
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The only time the Pirates
J. Tobin
219 198 205-622 Dodgers broke a tie for first. off starter Bud Daley before ga1•e Owens any lq)Uble was in
P. Br~wer
262 328 199-789 with San t'rancisco by beating the A's chased Chica~o ace I the third when they got three
D. Dooley
206 164 183-555 the Giants 4-0.
Early Wynn in a three-run i runs on Bob Skinner's home
J'. French
317 307 287-911
The day's largest crowd-52,· fifth.
run in~o. the right centerfield
J. Byrne
184 256 255--695 7~-turned · out at Cleveland, The Yankees ripped starter· stands, h1s second of the year.l
1188 1253 1131 3572 many nadj· for the worst after loser Tom Brewer and four reThe Pirates' starling pitcher, •
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general manage· Frank Lane's lievers for 17 hits while right . southpaw Harvey Hadd1x, was ·
193 238 182--613 unpopular swap. But Colavito, bander Jim Coates went all the knocked out of the box in the I
c. Gout
liM 185 223-602 the golden boy of Injun fans, wav with a nine-hitter. Ted third inning when the Phils 1
1. Curran
B. Clemen•• 18Z 199 199--~60 was 0-for-6 and struck out four Wiiliams hit bis 494th home run clobbered bim ,for four runs- ~
1114 219 244-847 times. Kuenn, the Al's bat for the Red Sox-his second of all of them crossing the plate ,
J', Walsh
211 170 187-~68 champ. 353 last year, wall' 2-for- the aeason and breaking a tie after the~ were two outs. .
~- Buney
... 1021103~ 8000 'I for Cleveland.
with Lou Gehrig for fourth
Paul G1el and Elroy Face ftn· I
In the end, It was AI Kaline, place on the all-time list. Maris, ished the pitchine for the Pir- ;
Pltrldlu No. !:-2
a vetera.n Tiger standby, who 4-for-0 with four RBI's belled ates.
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lBO 201 283-664 rapped a two-run single that both homers some 400 feet into
ST: I.OUIS (AP) - St. Lou~s
the right field bleacher crowd ~ard1~als broke loose for. lhe1r
J. "iorris
229 254 232--71~ won it in the 15th.
Frank Lary of the Tigers among the 35,162 at Fen way f1r~t ~1ctory of. the se.ason T,uesT. Conway
1~9 224 202-118~
day mgh~, beatm~ Chicago_ cubs
I. Wi!IOII
220 292 181-673 and Gary BeU of the Injuns Park.
A walk and Gene Woodling's 5·2 be~md, ~llm_er Vm~gar
A. Smitll
194 244 154-592 battled through 10 1hutout
but both were chased seventh • inning double broke a Bend . M1~ell s SlX-hlt, 10-stnke·
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clutch two-run double.
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broke up a 2·2 duel between Mizell and Cub left bander Seth
Morehead.
Ernie Banks drove· in both
runs for Chicago, one on a solo
homer in the third.
Mizell batted in the first two .
runs himself with a double.
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Bill White's first homer, a .
solo drive in the eighth, scored I
the last Cardinal run against
Moe Drabowsky, who pitched
the last three innings.
STANDINGS
National Lea111e
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Los Angeles
5 1 .833 Club moved into first place in' the Eastern DiviMilwauke6
s 1 .750 1
lioa of the Dominion Ale Provincial~arts Tournament
San Francisco 4 2: .667 1
IMt night at tlie Cottage Carden Ill they blanked Col3. 2 .500 1
TD-al1bt In the loeal. action of Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
2 3 .400 211..
umbia S-0. The three legs have Club with seven willll
the Domlnloa Dartt TouruIn nine ltllrts and they hold a one leg edge over HOIview·· mept Club wHI line ·• chuee Philadelphia 2 3 .400 2\1.,
Chicago
2 4 .333 3
with six wins. The Canadian Legion are thii-d with to lnmue lb lead u they he~t St.
Louis
t 5 .167 4
five, Columbia have four, while Bell bland owns two Canadian LeJien at the Cot·
, Amulean Lealllle
Jt.p to date.
till _Garclen. A .WeelJ by the
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• Jacoby
On Bridge
must learn life's values on his
own. He also find• out that
Idols aren't
VI· aometlmea Ilia
everythiftl that they're cracked
I "H au D d·DOI llan," director up to be.
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• Don Sleael'a flnt picture far As the Jtory atarll, Clint and jOUTH OYIItCALLI
...OUND DOG M.o\N"
Fox, a!lo alvea the l'abulaua his you111er brother Spud, playADVIIIlSE OPINING
Wl1'll r ASJ.o\N
one a chance to 1ln1 five rod: ed In the picture by elcht-year·
/1.'n roll 101111. e•peclall7 tcOred old Dennil Holme~; take a areat
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OSWALD
JACOIY
llkina to llaclcie Scantlnl
...oud·Dol llan," J I f r r for him .
Written
for
On location at the l'oz Mall· (Stuart Whitman), the Hound· NIWIIIIplr lnter,rlll Ann.
Wald'a ClnemaScope, De Luxe
bu
ranch In front of motion Daa Man, wtlo ha• just wander·
Color produetion for Twentieth
The three no-trump overcall
picture
cameral for the tint ed off the road Into their farm.
C.ntury-Fox, which introdures
The boys are In seventh beav.. of an adverse 0penln& bid i~
tAl the ~ereen the 18-yaar-old time in tis life, Fabian showed
rork 'a roll slnginl aenutlon such a natural aptitude for act- en when they are allowed to 10 designed for ju!jl suah 1 hand
Fabian, will ha\'t its local pre· Ina that Producer Jerry Wald on a huntln& trip with the fun· as South houds. It shows a
mitre today at the Para· was prompted to say: "Thia boy Iovin&, lrrespo111ible Hound-Dog solid minor suit; little defense
mount Theatre. The dramatic doean't ever have to sin& 1111ln, Man. But Clint Is 10mewhat ·u,. against the majors and eight
sto,· of tht backwoods, adapt· his future u an aetor is U· mayed to note that Blaekle plus tricks in the hand. !'iote
ahows Interest In lovely and I that South has nine trick~
.cl from Fred Gipson's classic sured."
In
the
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Gipson
and
Win·
sensitive
Dony Waller (Carol! against the expected dub J
110\'el of 1tte same name, also
stan Stuart Whitman in the ston ~Iiller script, he plays the Lynley). He considers women, openinJ.
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title role. Carol Lynley, over· part of Clint, a ranch hand, who In 1eneral, and Nita lltrlnaer
(Dad
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who
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a
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11!CIIt star of "Blue Denim."
eruah on him, In particular, a
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nuisance.
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tor (EdJar Bueh111anl. announ·, :~~71
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ces that Dav•'• lei wtll be all
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This lives the neighbors
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here, at 1 showdown, that the
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boya learn that Blackle doesn't
loth wlntrable
alwaya behave like a hero
wett Jlert.ll
Soutll
should. 'ftle time hll eome for
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them to late aome of tbelr
Pa111 Pus Pass
11a!vete.
Open!., lead_. 7
"Hound DOl M~n" Is tine
mualeal, outdoor. romantic entertainment for youn1 and old.
West opened the 11ven tl!
clubs. East took his ace and
continued wlth the queen.
South was In with the king
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off the rest of the tricks 1lnee
East was caught In a proaressh·e squeeze.
course, East made thln1s .
Pl1~n1 I easyOf for
South. His first dis- :
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WALT DIINEYI
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"TOBY TYLII",,lN COLOI deuce of spades an<J his next
two were the three and nine
Walt
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STilW WIIDllUI· ARTIWR D'C[tll circus showman &o the deliaht to the
last discard he went in·
of motion picture audleneea, 11 to a long trance and finally 1
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evidenced by bia latat Technl· produced the queen of spadrl..
COLOR., DE LUXE
calor production, "Toby Tyler,"
Meanwhile, South had hunr
which Is playlnr today at the an to all dummy's hearts. Now i
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MNING SHOWS: 7 O'CLOCK- 9.00
film II a happy and heart'flnl'l· Of spadea and once more the
viae had elostd on East. A
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Inc experience.
lased OD Jamea Otl1 Xaler'1 club dlscar4 would establish
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ever-popular tale, "Toby Tyler" South'• ten spot while a heart
Is the atory of a run away boy dlseard would make au of
who joins a elreua, and the big North'• hearts good.
top has proved to }le a perfect
PlANK SINATRA- EDWARD G. ROBINSONarea for Dtaney'1 maaleal and
!LEANeR PARKER 1ft "A HOLE IN THE HEAD" ima1lnative atory telllna. And
LAUGHS - MUSIC - ROMANCE IN COLOUR
Dla11ey hu aalbered a center·
Q-The bidding ha! been:
rinl ea1t for the tlcture.
AND CINEMASCOPE.
West North Eut Seuth
Kevin Careoraa 'flU an ,,.. 1 •
Double Pass
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apired choice for the title r11le.
You, South, hold:
A freckle-faced urchin wta hu •JQlO 6 4
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brl1htened aueh hits as '"l'he · 3 z
Sha&IY Doa" and "Oltl Yeller,"
What do you do!
A-llld two clubs. Yeu 411•"''
·Kevin is Toby Tyler .from hla
toualed hair to the 10les of hla llko te lllcl ltut 1
will el·
hand-me-down 1h1111.
meat 1urely pren malt explll·
slvt.
Klnlailed Henry Calvin par- ·
TODAY'S QUESTION
tray1 to perfection a hard-mus·
eled, aofthearted circus stron«
Your partner continues with
man, len Cotter, wto protects 1 jumv to three hearta. Wh.at
do you do now!
you111 Toby. lt Is Calvin's first
An•wer TIMtrrew
dramatic role, an about-face
from hi• celebrated buffoonery
as clumll)' Sat. Garcia In the
"Zerro" teleserlea.
old Docile "Pink Sboelaeea"
ParamO\Blt
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Fabian'• aetlnl debut,
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Gene Sheldon, who also won
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II RAL COCHIAN
dtaf·rr•ute Bemnclo - is both
touching and hilarious u Sam
We can alreaoy imaline theTreat, bud clown and medie to home garden weeds that are
allin1 member~ of the elreus a:oing to keep the lettuce from
menaaerie.
1ettina
, a .head.
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Bob Sweeney delivers a I
standout performance as Harry ! • An o~tometrist !ays blqe and
Tupl'll', Pled Piper of the pea· VIolet llghtl help stop hetd·
nut 1tand who lures Toby down aches. Too many red lilftla
the tan bark trail. And Rleharcl eauae tllem.
Eaatbam 11 fine •• Col. Sam
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the vest-pocket, old-time tent
show IP'tndly called Castle's
Great American Cllreus. ·
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MATINEE: DAILY.
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EVENING-ADULTS ..... 75c.-CHILDREN ...... 35c.
MAnNEE-ADULTS ..... 50c.-CHILDREN ;..... 35c.
JAMES STEWART - EVE ARDEN - KATHRYN
GRANT in "ANATOMY OF MUR-JER"- SUSPENSE
- THRILLS - EXCITEMENT.
A blghii&ht of "Toby Tyler,"
aubtltled "10. Weeks With A
Clreua," II · the ln&reductlan of
a. ·new DIJ11ey animal· star 41•
eerery, Mr. stub~•· Mr. stubbl
II aa amllinJ ehlmpa!Uee,
Toby'J ltlllparable pal In the
film, "ho pre•ldea aurpr1Je1 II)'
the 4t~~n anti laUJhter 'hr the
wload. He II not ~o be llllased.
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on• reason wily "you can't tail•
it wltb you."
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Xld1 R•t credit for belnJ
Jood - arownuPI pt eaab for
bllna a8od at what they do.
JACICIOHVILLI:, .Fla. (Afl blah.Jolllel atudentt were
arrested Monday and poll~ said
the group was a nucleus fflr a
Nazt-style' youth organiutlu dedicated to the ilimination ol Jewa
and Nllreet. Literature praillnl
Hitler and the Nazi rea:imt and
maps of HltlJr'a mUitary campalan wer• found. TIM! JrOUII
called illelf the Suden Rel~h­
sauthern ~Pir•.
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toOtS AND HEll WOO&
1¥ V. T. HAMLIN
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spare tinir. Wrilr flox 4!11, ·
Arlclaide Post llffiec, Tnr- •
onto, Ontario.
NiGHTLY 5:30 P.M.
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The be~t in good food
FOR QUAliTY PAINTS
AT R£ASO·NABLE PRICES (;;i~~- w:;k•
FOR RENT
Nfltl.
Armature
HUB BUILDING
Rawlins Cross
fHREE
FLOORS
AND
APPROXIMATELY
WHEN YOU SHOP AT
BASEMENT
SQUARE
5,000
FEET. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.
F. M. O'LEARY Ltd
WATER STREET EAST
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FltO:'II H.\LIF.\X, S.S.
FROM MONTREAL, P.Q.
TO ST. JOHN'S. NFLD.
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SECRETARY,
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FURNESS, WITHY &CO., LTD.
Llvrrpool St. Jolla's Baslell laUfu 111. .Jolla'•
to
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St. John'• BoileD
Rallfa:r St. John'• L'pool
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Apr. 20 Apr. 28 Apr. 30 May 2
"Son Scotia"
Apr. 27 May 4 May 10 May 14 May 18
''::\'ewfoundland" ~lay 13 llay 21 May 27 May 31 Jne. 2
•·xo,·a Srotia"
:\lay 27 Jne. 4 Jne. 10 Jne. 14 Jne, 18
"::\'ewfoundland" Jne. 15 Jne. 22 Jne. 28 Jly. 2 Jly. 4
•·xm·a Srotia"
Jne. 29 Jly. 8 Jly. 12 Jly. 16 Jly 18
Person~ c11n tern platln!l passoJ:e to Europe
should make bookinu well In 1dvanee.
AIR PASSAGES ARRANGED Bi': B.O.A.C., K.L.M .. PAN
A~tF.RlCAN
AIRWAYS, SCANDINAVIAN, T.W.A.. llld
'~tim: Airlines.
l'onsult us regardlna rour tTIVi!l Proble111J.
FURNESS TRAVEL OFFICE
NI:WFOUSDLAND HOTEL
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Newfoundland
Services
'PRONE lUI
Where To Stay
Balsam ·Hotel
BARNES ROAD
PASSENGER NOTICES
Situated In !he Heart of
the Cll;.
COSSECTIOS SOL'TH COAST
SER\'ICE
Quiet, Comfortable Atmo•
Train "The Caribou" lea\'ing
phere.
!'l. John's Thursdal'· April 1
~:st. vdll make connection at
For Reservation• alld Ill·
Port aux Basques with the • formation.
:-.1 \'. Bonavista for regular ports 1
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MRS. .JOHN FACEY
rOSSECTIOS WEST KlJS I
Retldenl MIDIIer!ll
PLACESTlA BAY
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Rl'gular 8.10 a.m. train leaving
St. John's Friday, April 22nd, ~;:;;;;:;;;;:;;;;:;;;;:;;;;;;;;:;;:;;;;;:
make connection at Argen· 1-;
tia 'll'itb Motor Vessel for the
"'rst Run Placentia Bay.
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P.0. BOX 1300
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Fl.iHSITURf. REP.\IRS - liP·
pair.> to spring-filled maltre,ses.
l'h• trrfield suitrs
also rebuilt. r'ifty vt-ars' ·
I experie,Jce. Ke•ts Mattrest :
i Factory, 16 Mount Royal Ave. ,
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HEAP & PARTNERS
(NFLD.) LTD.
Wiring Materials, Wire and
Cables, Motors Starters
Lamps, Switches, Lighti~g
,
Fixtures, etc.
FOR SALE-Large (J.D.) col·
I WAREHOUSE: PRINCE'S ST. . - - - - - - - - lection of postage stamps.
DJAL5085
We still buy comics, magazines and pocket no1•els.
.John D. Snow, 9 New Gower
Street.
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SERVICE
Regular 8.10 •·"'· train leavlnl
St. John's Friday, April 22nd,
will make connection at Arlen·
tia with M.V. Nonia for regular
porta South oast Service.
CROSBIE & CO., LTD.
Prompt Delivery On
• STO\'E OIL
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FtJR:'(.\CE OIL
HA Rll CO.'\J,
SOFT C0,\1,
IR0:-1 FIRE:\!.\"
HEATJ!'IG EQl))n!EST.
NEW :IIE1'HOD RUG CLEANERS-Rugs and
Carpet
: . made to took like new.
! Von Sc:
'er pro~ess adds
years to life of rug; Cleaned in home or at our plant.
'Phone 91033. New Method
Rug Cleaners, Fr~shwater
Road.
HARRIS & HISCOCK, LTD.
:EAL ESTATE- Valualor'of
city, farms and oulpor properties. Over 40 years' ex·
perience. John '1. O'Dris·
coli. Auctioneer and Real
Estate !'.gent. Dial 90312.
General Hardware
Distributors for Sunbeam
Electrical Appliances,
Sports goods and Sporta
wear for all occasio111.
DIAl 5016
$1.00 STOPS 51.00
THAT RUNNING TOILET
ERNEST CLOUSTON, LTD,
McCLARi AUTOMATIC
WARM AIR 'CO:SDITIONING
210 WATER ST.
DIAL 4183
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RADIO-TV REPAIRS
EARLY BIRD SALE
GOT YOUR COPY YET ?
IF NOT be sure to ask your postman. If he hasn't
one for you, iust drop us a line ·and we'll
be pleased to mail you one at once.
DON'T MISS taking advantage of these and mony
more money saving offers.:..
• COMPLETE BATH OUTFITS ONLY ........ $119.95
• ~-100 LAYTEX HOUSE PAINT ........ $7.95 gal.
• TIP TOP.LAYTEX WALL PAINT ............ $1.29 qt.
• STAINLESS STEEL WALL OVENS
as low as ............................................. $129.50
• STAINLESS STEEL COUNTER STOVES
as low as ................................................$99.50
• SWIMMING POOLS ............................$499.50
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CO!II'NICTION SOUTII COAST
FIRE INSURANCE
ST. JOHN 1S • HARDWARE STORES
GiEAT EAnERN
OIL & INiPORT
CO., LtD;
GREAT EASTERN OIL
COMPANY, LTD.
REPAIRS TO RADIOS, TV
AND ALL ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
DIAL 3001 to3005
GROCERS (Retail)
HUTCHEN'S GROCtRY
MEAT MAIKET
53 William Street
Dial 7450 and 606Z
L. HEALEY
Cr011 Roads and Water Street
Dial 3026
INSURANCE AGENTS
AND BROKERS
JOB BROTHERS
&: CO. LTD.
Water Street
Dial 26511-4123
MEEHAN & CO.
T. A. Bldg., Duckworth SL
Dial 7046-7047
lacllo, Televllion, Wuhm.
REG. T. MORGAN
Befri1eraaon, Deep Fl'MIWI
ElKtrlc. Rana-.
INSUKANCE LIMITED
Temple Bldg., P.O. Box 168,
341 Duckworth St.
Dial 80370 or 7758
l'loor Polilherw.
GriDlopllones
PabUc Addreaa Snttllll,
Tape ltecordm
&EI'.&IRS AND 8ERVU...
• LINES
8IAL 1001 ao 1t01
WATER STREET
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SHOP-We are nnw op~r­
ating ei~llt chair,.
You
ran he ~s>ured of the be~l
pos;;iblP ~erl'i"e plus the
lea~t possible watting. 24
New GOII'Pr Str~et, opp.
Adelaide ~lolors.
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2~3 Water St.
Dial 210:&
YOUR FRIGIDAIRE
DEALER.
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Agents for
UNDERWRITERS AT
LLOYDS.
LOW RATES
DJ,\L 5031
SLIVERS
KOLES
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· Reg. $7.50 .......................... :.Now $4.50
w,\SHI!oiG Watt•
cleaned by new mac~i~e
Results perfect: saves pamt
-New lfethod Rug 1111d W"ll
Cl~aners, Freshwater Rold
'Phone 91033.
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for information and
reservations.
WALL
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ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
DOOR CHIMES
Accuracy in typing and shorthand
essential. ·Excellent working conditions.
Apply in writ!ng stating age, expenence
and salary expected to:
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TIANSttCUtT CO LIMITID
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CONNORS DRUG STORE
NITELY
CALL 9002-L
DANCING
~l~rys\'llle. ~.B.
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can be obtained at
CONNORS DltUG STORE
334 WATEit ST.
DIAL 2206
Tit is Week's Special
WANTED
.STENOGRAPHER
at popular prices.
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TRY US FIRST.
SATISFIED-PROMPT DELIVERY
SERVICE.
, FOR S,\LE - B~aut'ful Gearman Sheppard pllppirs; re~. stock. \\'m. Han>on,
8alf• dMotors Ltd, : i~tcrerl
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Due lit. Jeba't
!lf.S. "BELLE ISLE II''
APRIL 21
APRIL 2~
MAY 12, 26
MAY 16. 30
M.S. "BEDFORD II"
APRIL 28
MAY 2
M.V. "WOODCOCK~
~lAY 51 ~9
·MAY 9, 23
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SHAW ST. and TOPSAIL RD
For all your Buildin&
Requirements cal!
80161-91171
OLD MILL
OPEN
i Bli~LDING
HARDWARE
DEALER FOR
MATCHLESS - SHERWIN-WILLIAMS
BRANDRAM HENDERSON.
YOU 1LL
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PAINT
DIAL 2119
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165 WATER STREET
Apply:
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YOU CAN1 T GO WRONG
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apartmrnti with that
arroustal wallboard. 1 ean't
hear a word the neighbors
till'i'C
say :·•
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SOUNDPROOFING
1·alue of wallboard is only
: one of it's good features. It
i~ ra~ilv installed. is econom·
ical and has good insulating
qualitie~- If YOU are plan' ning to build or remodel. let
us advi5e you nn the right
kino!~ or materiaL
HORWOOD
LUMBER
Co., Ltd.
WATER STREET WEST
PHONE 3011
WANTED
AN EXPERIENCED
TO-DAY'S
SPECIAL
1957 DODGE
Low • mileage
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MOTORS LTD.
SHARPENING
leMARCHANT ROAD
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LAND SURVEYS
LAND APPRAISALS
DRAUGHTING
WHITE PRINTING
MIMEOGRAPHING
PHOTO COPYING
TYPING
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SHEARS
CHISELS
AXES etc.
Gerry Halley
Surveys Ltd.
STADtUM
TELEPHONE 90876
TOBIN'S
RotlER SKATING
2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
8 p.m.-.. 10.15 p.m.
Dial 93490
!More At Your Door
Admission:
Children ................. 25c.
DRUG STORES
(Without skates)
Adults .................... 60c.
requires a
TEACHER
FLEMING'S
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Carbonear
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THE U.C. REGIONAL
HIGH SCHOOL
TICKETS: $1.00
On sale at the Navy Recruiting Office,
123 WATER STREET.
t~~i~
Murphy,
MOBILE GROCETERIA
Dial 92931
265 Pennywell Road
For Fast ·
FREIGHT SERVICE
TRINITY SOUTH
From St. John'• via
Whltbaurae to Old PerUan,
North Shore Conception
to Carbonear.
Trucks also available for
· long haul srn•,ee.
Rates Reasonable.
For furthrr inim·mation
DIAL 936038
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Apply
(With own ~kate~)
Adults ...................... SQc.
&pedators ............... 35c.
On WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,. FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
April 20, 21, 22 and 23rd.
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for September 1960.
Taxi Se"ice
HOTEL TAXI
Dial 2424-2410
Choice of Subjects IX-XI
QUEEN'S ROAD
CHAIRMAN;
IJph froM Ul .. Z
a.a.
Single male preferred.
Apply.
James Moore
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KINSMEN
ATTENTION!
MOTORI:STS
No Down Payment
Boys Club
Newspaper BINGO
SERIES No. 29
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Rn•co Horizontal Slide
Windows meet the It'lJIIirrments
for today's trend~ in modrrn
home de!ign. Pro,·ideo ample
light and ventilation while allow.
lng maximum use of interior
wall area•. A complete, rrady·IO·
install unit with yrar 'roun1l
Perren that ne,·er n~ed5 to h• .-.
mo•td. SliolinJ: ~las• pAnel• remol'·
able from inJide lor ea;y cleaning.
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ST. JOHN'S
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NOTI·CE
FOR THE CORRECT TIME
CALL 2044 DAY or NIGHT
THIS IS A 24 HOUR PUBLIC SERVICE
Compliments of
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at Bishop Feild College
NEWFOUNDLAND
FORESTRY UNIT
WHY NOT CONTACT,
Pioneer Drive -In
(St. John's Branch)
FOR INFORMATION PHONE 91814
There will be a meeting of the above
association at 8. p.m. on THURSDAY,
April 21st at the King George Fifth
Institute, Water S-treet. All former. Unit·
members in and near St. John's are urged
to attend.
Special speaker: Mr. Thomas Curran.
FRED PECKFORD,
Sec,.tary.
AUCTION
AT MY PREMISES, Torbqy Road
SATURDAY, APRIL 23rd
SPECIAL MEETING
at 11 a.m.
ONE 1956 PONTIAC STATION WAGON
ONE FORD TRUCK
of all Patrician Laclin to be held in the
Ubrary of St. Patrick's,ttall School, Bona·
JOHN A. BYRNE
venture Avenue
ly .order,
PRESIDENT.
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SIMPSONS ·SEARS
Planning A
Wedding Reception?
On WEDNliSDAY, April 27th
at 8.00 p.m.
All Olcl Feilclians are lnvihtcl to attend.
at 8:30 TONIGHT
WANTED-
STENOGRAPHER
App!y by letter, stating age, experier.ce, q:"aliflcotions and morital status, to:
and weights
Sanitary Products ltd.
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Auctioneer.
Dial 7631 and 90131
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!Advert~se
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In The News
P.O. BOX 1417
BLACKMARSH ROAD
WANTED
IMMEDIATELY
IMPORTANT MEETING
Provincial
Secretary - Superintendent
Interested parties should opp!y in wriling,
before May 15th, to:
ST. JOHN .AME'JLANCE
P.O. Box E-5361
102 Water Street
St. John's.
Envelopes should be clearly marked "Application"
All applications will be treated a~ coni1den~iol.
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GOULDS
SALT FISH
SALT CCDS' HEADS
SALT HERRING
WE ACCEPT FREIGHT FOR ARGENTIA
Dial 7568
apl2.19
BUYERS &SELtERS
SWEEP
TO THE HOLDER OF THE
. WINNING TICK.ET
TO THE SELLER OF THE .
WINN-ING TICKET
fight CANCER
with a check up
and a cheque
EACH
ONE BISCAYNE MODEL
1960 CHEVROLET
CAR
DRAWING MAY 21st
Tickets 50c Each 3 for $1.00
Tickets may be obtained from
any Lion or by contacting Lion
Bill Sparkes at 80116.
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ST. JOHN AMBULANCE
(Newfoundland Council)
The regular Monthly Meeting af the Canadian
Diabetic Association, St. John's and Distrid
Branch, will be held APRIL 20. 1960, at 8:15 p.m .
in Roam 102 of Memorial University Annex, Parade
Street. This will be an extremely important
meeting-to decide whether the Association ceases
to function-or continues to operate in 1960-61.
Your attendance ii urged-the decision is yours.
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EAST END BAKERY, LTD •
PERSONNEL MANAGER
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Will be held on TUESDAY, April 26th and
WEDNE~DAY, April 27th, in the Ball
Room of the Newfoundland Hotel.
Opening Session TUESDAY, April 26th,
at 9.30 a.m.
The Annual Meeting of the Feildian
Athletic Grounds Association will be held
Last Night's Door Prize-No. 9729-Wo"
by Marilyn Meaney, 71 Military Road.
PHONE2668 .
AUCTION SALE
SIXTH P.INUAL M:EETING·
F. A. G. A.
ISST,\LLINC; F.XTR.\
Experience preferred but not essential.
Apply between 2 and 4 p.m. to:
WATt:R AT ADELAIOI'. PHONE 78!9
RE~IST~R-F.~ ~~RSE~ -
Monday Night's Door Prize-No. 5504Unclaimed.
UP
GRADE XI REQUIRED
AVALON CREDil JEWELLERS
- ASSOCIATION. OF
Of NEWFOUNDLAND
EASILY WITH TR,\J)f..J!'\.
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STENOGRAPHER
WANTED
c.o.D.
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WATCHES
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$177 77
FOR SALE
.U'TOMAnc
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NEW LOW PRICE
SIMPSONS- SEARS
On APRIL 20th at 1:30 p.m.
CUO~OMETEIS
FAVOURITE ENTERTAINMENT
All other makes ovoiloble-CHEV. '46-'54
3 TELEVISIONS
1 ELECTRIC WASHER
Expert Watch Repairs
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154 MERRYMEETING ROAD
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QUICKLY.
THE GREAT EASTERN OIL & IMPORT COMPANY
LIMITED SHOWROOMS, Water Street
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• ALL NEW INTER:-1·
AL PARTS.
• I:-:STALLA T I 0 X
PRIME WIN.DOWS
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Con10lation prizes to the first 15 players
to complete the outside Numbers around
the card. "Frame the Card".
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BEGINNING TONIGHT
A.PRIL 20th
REBUILT ENGINES
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MOVED TO THE
(FOR 9 DAYS ONLY)
TO-DAY'S NUMBERS
G 0
STAR HALL
WHEN
YOUR
NEIGHBOUR
KNOCKS
ANSWER
THE CALL
AND
GIVE TO THE
CANADIAN
CANCER
SOCIETY·
1-0i\ RESEARCH, CANCER
~iMIIIIlECUCATION
ANC WEL.FARE liERV,IC:lS
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STEAMSHIP
ALittle Early ·In The Season.
MOVEMENTS
THE SFLD. GlUT tAKES
STE.\~SHIPS LTD.
!'.S. Go1\Tie loading n Tor· , .
nnto April 19th, Hamilton ,\pnl
20th. and Montreal April 22:111
for St. John's.
~IX. Perth out of Lakes ..
about .\pril 25-26 fol' St. John's .
na ~lontreal.
:
:11.\'. Manchf~lrr Explorer out :
11! Lakes about April 26th. \·ia ~
~tontrul for St. John's.
·
'\1.\'. ~tarwick Head out of •
Lakes aoout .\pril30·:11a~· 2nd, !
for' St. John's ''ia :llontrcal.
~1.\'. London nut o( Lakes . . . . . . ...
lbou~ May 15, for St. John's !
,·ia :'llontrul.
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CLARKI STI!AMSHIP CO. '
1 :'\o1·aport sailing today.
•Gulfport lean• ~lonlreal
April 20, arrh·e St. John's .
April ~. lt&\'t' Aprll 27.
Hi&hliner lene ~lontrcal
April 27. arril·e St. John's
!Ita)· !!. Jea\·e .\Ia~· 4 for Bay ·
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To talk about Seed Potatoes etc., Fertilizers, but this is to advise
our Customers that satisfactory arrangements have been made
for part of our requirements (to get going) and we can now
book your order for immediate or deferred delivery.
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4. arril·e St. John's :\·Jay
PHONES 5143. 5144
0, l!'a1·e :\Ia~· 11.
•Gulfport lt'a1·e illontrral
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16. lt>axe :\lay 18.
lli~hliner '1ea1·c :llontrl'al
~lay 18. arri\·e St. John's ~Ia~·
:J. l<'an~ St. ,John'> :'lla~· 25.
• ~or aport leal'(• :\lontrral
~lay 25. arril·e St. .John's ~lay
~(l. lra\'C June 1.
•Gulfport lra1c 'lnnlre;~l
.Tunl' 1. arril'e St. .John'' .June
6. lr:we Junr 8.
H1::hliner ltai'C ,,lnnll'!'al
Junl' 8. arrirP St. John's June
13. Je;11·e Junl' 13.
•!l<'frigcration.
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'!!' Bedford II in port. On
rnmplt'tion of discharg<' will
nil lor :\lontrral.
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QUEEN STREET
Diabetic Association
(Cnntinucd from Pagr 3)
Fighting for Survival
llt•spitl' tlw <·on.<tant appeal·
ing fur mcmhcrship support,
it is felt that less than 10r~
nf the known diabetics in St
.!Oilll'S ~l'e members Of thP
group, and it has beeome net·
P:->sarv 'for tllc nrganization tr»
derotc full meetin::: discussion
to tl1e ouestiun-J, a diabetic
assol'iatinn nrC'es~ary'.'
An im;>ortant meeting will
he held to dPeirle the ques·
tion-in Iloum 102 of ~Jemorial
Cni\'ersity .\nnex tonight at
R.l5. If vou arc a member. and
:•ou IJelicw the ns~ociation is
'''lTin::: a u.<dul purpos<'. you
arr ur~ed to attend. If you
~re a rliahel ic anr! not yet a
Hahi;ox April 18th., due St.
John'; April 20th .
~I .S. "Belle ble II", sailing
fro.n ~lontreal April 21st. dut•
S: ..fohn's April :!5th .
\1 S. Redford II 'ailin£ from
:'liontrral April 28. due St.
John·, ~lay :!nd.
\' S. Rrllr l~lc II sailin~ from
H~l!f~s ~lay 2nd .. dur St. .fohn's
nH·mbrr of the
~·~y ~th.
· 'I\'. Woudcclt'k ·~ilin~ from
~lay 5th. due
St. Sl'iHl:"'(; :\1:\N-What h~I'Prlls
whrn this m~n ~ocs out In
J~hn'' ~lay Pth.
th•eision is Y OC: HS.
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gr'Ollj). ~·ou ~rr
asked to attend ancl support
the "'-ot·iatinn. i[ you think it
'llollid continue to op~rat~
;1nd if·' n11 will ~liJlport it. The
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lunc·h? Thr ccmslmcliclll work·
' Rdri~rration.
F'l'R!'OF.SS RED ('ROSS LJ!'tt: rr Isn't rt>ally holriln~ up the
s.s r;urrnsey. lrHI'ing !'(ell' bu)le c·olumn by himselF. It's
York. \lay 3rd .. Saint John. :\'.8. faslrntd at tilt (OJI, llr's work·
in~ on a n~w Arnoro slrrl-rrfhl·
\1~) lith. Halifax ~Ia~· Plh, ar·
iug
mill in RnUer Cnnnt;\', Pa.
nrin~ St. John's ~lay 12th. J.ea1··
in2 :\lay 14th. for Corner·
Brook, Halifax and :\'t•w York.
nil!ht there will he pcrforn1·
anees ol !he winnin;: al'lists
at Pills ~!<'moria! Hall. Tick·
cls will be Sl.OO for adults and
50e. for t•hilrlren. anrl ran hr
pic·ked
at Chas. Hutton and
Son:;, \Yater Strce1.
up
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