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THE DAILY NEWS, ST. JOHN'S, NFLD., TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1961
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TUNISIAN CROWDS DEMONSTRATE
airport while crew members
were questioned hy police.
, TUNIS, Tunisia-A Tunisian crowd demonstrates, July 18, asking fat· the
There was no word !rom Cub~· evacuation of the naval base of Bizerte still held by French Forces. Tunisi~n
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cans might he allowed to lea1·c • troops blockaded the base, July 19, and ftred wtth small arms on a heltcopter
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: and other French military planes. Another group of volunteers were dispatch-
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rclra~c of the plane. i!s passen- claimed by Tunisia. Both maneuvers were ordered by President Habib
~e1·s and crew. The .request was · Bourguiba to force the French to leave the base they have continued to occupy
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·by increases in telephone and
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Bourguiba told repol'lers he postal rates as citizens braced
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minsky, 53-year-old expert in in· tinued co • operation'' of the
Trcastury Chief Selwyn Lloyd' as the postal system.
, W!:'\:-IIP~G ICPl - .John :>tic- ternational finance, took over chartered banks. "We look for·
is expected to announce today SJIO.UT PROTESTS
• Govern, the )'otmg man with the :llonday as ~overnor of the i ward to working with him."
an increase in sales taxes that H l s announcemen~ broug\~t 1 wolf, is free again a[ter his \at- i Bank of Canada amid welcom-, FOLLOWS RESIGNATION
will affect beer, cigarettes and s.houts o[ protest from oppOSI·' est brush with the taw.
:in" praises by Finance :O.linister
Appointment of Mr. Rasconsumcr goods and also to im· I ton .La?or ~IPs . wh~ asserted i The 22·year-old Ot!awa ad1·en- Fl~ming and the chartered i minsky came 11 d~_ys after
pose a payroll tax on employ- the 1~c1 eases wc1 e lied to the · llircr, on hts second cross·coun- · banks.
1James E. Coyne re,tgned as
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austertty measures expected to· try hitch . hiki~g tour with a I Appointment ol Mr. Ras-l' g?l'ernor, ~nding a six • weeks
The Increases were announced day.
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pet wolf, was gtven two years minsky, a deputy go1·ernor for dispute • wtth the go1·ernment
in telephone and po~tal rates an· Labor ~!P '' .. R. Wllhams suspended sentence ~londay on I the last fi12 )'Cars, was an- that culminated .July 1~ when
nounced :l!onday will bt·ing the charged ~he new mcrea~cs were a charge of willul damage.
j nonnced after the cabinet rati- i the Liberal majority in the Sen·
Conservative parly g01•ernmenl a rcvcrswn. to the pol1c~ that The charge resulted from a fied his selection hy the central: ate killed the government's bill
about £25,000,000 1$70,000,000! in the post of!lce. was "an mstru- night spent in a car on a used bank's board of directors, who ito fire ~lr. Coyne .
new re1•enue.
men! ol "taxahon for the gov- car Jot in neighboring St. James, met Saturday.
Mr. Rasminsky receil·es a
The increases were announced ernmcnt.
when Cindy, the wo\1, chewed Finan c c Minister Fleming seven·year term in the $50,000·
in Parliament by Postmaster· ~ondon. stock markets. were I up the car's front scat. Tab for I said he will be "a Yery strong a-year job. He is only the. third
General Reginald Bevins, who qmet!y _firm Monday desptte un- the meal was $29.15.
governor of the hank and will governor in the bank's history.
S¥id they were designed to certamt.tcs about th.e stern mea- McGovern's aunt, who lives in . render a service to Canada of The first was Graham Towers,
maintain the filianciat sound- sures hkely to be mtroduced by British Columbia, sent a $50 1the highest importance."
who retired after 20 years to be
ness o[ the post office, which Chancellor o[ the Exchequer money order to pay for the dam- The president of the Canadian succeeded by Mr. Coyne.
controls the telephone as well Lloyd.
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which preoccupy us."
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~." bn·.,un French 1 Salurdav for a truce in Tunislo"r~
: ian . ·French fighting which
;.-~!:•n·Gfrr: <• 1 lir~an st<~rtcd \nst Wednesday after
. •t:h llir Tunisian i the Tunisians imposed a block!r. l~ttr c:r;, 111~ here 'ade in their elforts to oust the
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1: ur;rm nppeal h~· nm·al base.
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France has continued to hold
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D~~Jo:P COVE, N.S. ICPl-So·
t11a~ •nd <lir hase o! ,' independent in 1956. In 1958, l'iet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin,
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President de Gaulle agreed to who paid his [irst Yisit to Caninform:.: ion minis· ; I'Cmove an French troops from ada Monday with a 14·hour
"n0n>ense" i Tunisia, except Biwte. While overnight stopover at Gander,
Tuni>ian troops i the French wanted to negotiate Nfld., will visit Nova Scotia Frii.'lll• and equipment j to retain the base, the Tunis!Ms day at the invitation of Cleve·
. read;· fnr battle in . have insisted on a timetable for land industrialist· Cyms ~aton.
: French evacuation.
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t. ~nd ~~ not m~end · counted m Btzerte.. and I ,oOO first space tt·aveller will stop at
., • e . at d. addmg: 1~ere wounded. OHtcla\ French HalHax intemntional airport on
~ ~e. arc attacked !1gure~ now stand at 25 ?~ad, his fli "hi back to Russia [rom a
11 . t> another mc\udmg one French clvtltan, four·d;y visit to Cuba.
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Mr. Eaton now vacationing in
his native province, invited MaJor' Gagarin to Nova Scotia a
month ago, when the two men
met in Bulgaria. At that time,
Mr. Eaton said, Gagarin ex·
pressed interest in visiting the
Eaton shorthorn cattle farm
here and ·Mr. Eaton's birthplace
at Pugwash, N.S.
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t_roops rioted' a soldier, 14 people were re~apJtal o{ Orien. ported woundt!d,
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tii'~IS weekend, kill·
The rioting erupted late Sat· ..
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14 ~. town's :-legro in which the Congolese soldier
· ~~mt!d :o;ations an- was killed. When his · tribal
Y.
colleagues began avenging his
death the fight took on riot
proportions, the UN spokesman KEY WEST, Fla. IAPl ...,
Mrs. Mary Hemingway, widow
and Negro said.
gendarmes set
of A~erican author .Ernest
the I I.undu)a promptly ordered the Hemingway, said Monday she
arrest of those responsible and will make her home in Cuba,
personally visited the riot scene Havana radio rej}orted. ·
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in an effort to restore calm. All
gendarmes were ordered back Hem~ngway and his wire lived
to their barracks and civilians ln. Cuba for several years fol·
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streets of the rebel capital. UN Old . Man and the Sea, one or
h:s major works.
reports said the town remains.
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· FOOD DISTRIBUTION IN THE . CONGO
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tate Finca Vigla, ncar -Havana; .LUFU, Congo-A group of Angolan _re ugees gat ~rs o~ oo
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but It came just 'as 'e!lorts were
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intensified to . persuade rebel to ,the Cuban government for. a the Congo Village of Lufu near Matadi here. The problem of caring for
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!cadet· Antoine :Gizenga to- fly .to literary. a~d art .. museum th11t refugees·from embattled Portuguese Angola~has mounted as fight_ing there
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SALISBURY Reuters-Negroes stoned buses, set
fire to a garbage truck and exploded a gasoline bomb
in the nearby Highfields Negro Township Monday in
demonstrations against a proposed new constitution
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Two Negroes were belleved ktlled and four
2:54 p.m. aboard a Soviet llyu. seriously wounded.
shin aircraft.
Police armed with riot guns patrolled townships
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malic corps in Havana and cu. I The constitution would guar.
ban revolutionary leaders.
I antee at least one :-<earo to cv· .Joshua \komo. leader of the
, Ga~arin flew to Cuba to par- i cry [our persons o[ other races :xeg~ 01 . :-1 a .1 10 •11 a 1. ?eJ:'ocra, ticipate in the .July 26 cclebra- 1in the new Southern Rhodesian, .17 P:lrl) · sat~ lus pat t~ did not
lion commemorating Castro's ,legislature, but the main :-.iegro: ~tdet the stnkc .?ut a_dtlcd t~at
i attack
against forces or Dicta- i nationalist party says this is in-: 1 esu!~s .~f the black rcfct en·
i lor Fulgencio Batista .July 26, I adequate representation.
•dnm .11 ill .be. o_ut before Wed·
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I Of the 84,000 eligible to vote I ne.sda). A no I ote seemed ccr1_
Gagarin arrived during what ·on the constitutional proposals ta~~k·
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He had spent the night at Gan· were eligible to vote in a "black do~umen~d d
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referendum" held Sunday as an
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unofficial survey of Negro opin· n~sday.. ~·ould be peace[~~· ad·
. ion on the new constitution.
thng: \\ e have no guns.
, The ~overnment has banned
STRIKE SAID FAJJ,URE
all political meetings WcdnesDespite its violence, Southern . day.
Rhodesian Premier Sir Edgar ,
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"an almost total failure."j'lature, the new co.n>titutiou, if
Wong has offered for sale strike
Nineteen
;liegroes were ar- accepted, wtll abolish most o[
what he says is the nan·ow· :rested and charged
with intim- ' the powers 1mtil now retained
est building in North Amcr- : idation and failing to
disperse :by Britain in the conduct or
[when
ordered
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'Southern Rhodesian affairs.
ic~he building. in which
Wong has operated his busi·
ttess [or many years. is 100
Gagarm• 1n ( Uba
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and flown to Culm.
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Rhodesia
Against Proposed
Colore<l Representation
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Cabinet Meeting
Studies Berlin Crisis
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JAMES NELSON
the East German puppet gov•
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OTTAWA fCPl- 'The cabinet
Monday studied the ramifica·
lions for Canada of the Berlin
crisis but Prime Minister Diefenbaker declined comment a~ter
'the 2',1-hour afternoon meeting.
Meeting for the first time in
a week, the ministers also:
1 Approved appointment of
Louis Rasminsky as governor of
the Bank of Canada, succeed·
ing J·ames E. · Coyne who resigned July 13 after the senate
stopped action on a government
bill to dismiss him.
2. Earmarked $50,010 . of led·
era] disaster relief funds for
compensation to those who suffered personal losses in this
spring's New Brunswick floods.
The province is paying a .like
amount. Total losses are csti·
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DECLINES COMMENT
He declined comment on the
France-Tunisia crisis, but said
withdrawal of 3,000 Tunisian
troops from The Congo would
mean other forces would have
to replace them. Canada liad
not been asked to supply more
men, he said.
As a result of the Berlin
crisis, Mr. Die[enbaker said
there were "problems that necessarily rest on us as a member
of NATO."
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3. Cleaned up other busine.ss
and tentatively scheduled the
next cabinet meeting for late
this week, on Mr. Diefenbaker's
return · from a two • day swing
through southwestern Ontario.
Mr. Diefenbaker told reporters after a two . hour morning
meeting t h a t the aft~moon
session would deal principally
with internaticma\ affairs and
-'As we advance scicntificall: ::
Russia's intention to turn over
t~e ·problems c reate d by the world becomes smallerEast Berlin administration ·to and our problems bigger."
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sT. JOHN'S, NEWFOUNDLAND
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On An Overseas Tour:
Local Boy To Sweden
Finds Salmon
Codfishery Disappointment
In Three Large Districts
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lhn 1;trr lion ..1. T.
Saturday
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.~:.d 1 n: \r" town. lie re: :~~ 100,trr fi;hrrr was
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n1·arP<llnllng. The
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;,·,,,q , hlank 111 a !~w
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back in
Tuesday,
places traps have been taken UJl.
, Sall'age, Happy Adventure and
Sandy Core arc amongst the
1 few
places reporting good
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. The Mmt~lcr satd the nutn· !
: ber ~f codftshermen who oper· 1
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, Bay cxtcndmg from Southern
, Bar on the South Side to and /
it!cludin~ Te.mple~11an on the
:-.orth Stde ts QUite small by
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comparison with a few years
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• • · 10 rrr••t'' hr rel·ril·cd , tle1~cnt had. schooners prose·
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,11 -d ""d from other ! rutmg the ftshcry on Labrador .
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1:'; .~;~, ;, 11 • 1t " hi> opinion ~ s.chooncrs operating. W_hal cod·
· ·;.; t•tJl ratrh to date lor; h_shermen now tlperale m Bona;,; r\trndtn~ frt•m Ch~pd : nsta Bay dcp~nd almos.l en·
I-;~ Trinlt~ Ro~· to Cape : llr~ly on the tnsh~re ftshery,
·.• s~namta Ba)· and I mamly the trap ftshery. The
::;· 1:ra1;ht ;horr to ~\u;. ~ number _of cod!ishcrmen _on the
. ~ ·'-•ur 1; not more thnn . north stdc of. the bay m par·
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loggers, road workers, C.N.T.
linemen. ailwaymcn. carpenters,
· etc. The local coasting school\·
crs too arc being displaced by
· trucks as the road system ex·
····r ·•m n;• .erwm lure:.! pands.
· ·. ,:erda~ Two turf r·1rcs l'OREST FinE SEVERE RLOW
·,-,,:nmn:. one in the
Th_e ;\lin_is tcr said a n1ost dis·
1 1 great
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E;:t;~ bu;·nt·orrr ;:round. , scl'lion of former forest that
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Police Make
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City police arrested two men
yesterday, both for drunken·
ness.
R.C.M.P. brought in one man,
a!so for drunkenness.
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Get Power
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c flu many
orle~~ 01\'
Jperatin~ 6
1ick-up and
and and in
•nne or Di~
Trans - Province Commercial
Too Early For
Service By EPA July .31 F!~.,~~~!~~n
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t:r senrans· 1:.tand ~ommer·l EPA i~ plan.ning to establish This will provide a direct link
111 11 be maugur· "feeder' servtces from Ute nor· for lhe first time between the
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1!;: 1~ ~~roun.dtand July 31. thern communities into Deer West Coast und the Wabush
. :nr.p 10 ' 1 fll'l~l Airways Lakr in the near future.
Luke 11rea.
l:.~od .ounted today that it
The company has Installed . 'fhe new local service offers
. lin:~e a new passenger extensive operations and coin· tra1•elling economy in addition
tnf the ea~t and municalions facilities at _Deer to increased convenience. The
0 the Prol'tnce to Lake, and has also b111ll a fare from St. John's to Deer
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;~atc1;. conrenience to ! modern passenger waiting Lake will be $18.00 one way
. IC mg pubhc.
: room, ticket counter and of· and $36.00 return.
Lower
return !light ! !ices at the Hotel St. George ground transportation costs be·
: · btt~ ltnda)· will be op · in Deer I:.ake. Reservations tween Deer Lake and Corner
. n/cn 51 : .loh~·s. lian·, and ticketing in the Corner Brook, ·as well as shorter road
fll;h:~ Lakr..'nth addi·: Brook area will be handled by 1time, figured strongly in EPA's
Fr.dn1 on 1\ cdncsdays : Harl'ey's Travel Agency.
choice of Deer Lake over the
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n lind · Labrador leave St. John's 4:15 p.m., ' ville.
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I stopping in Gander at 5:10
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p.m., and will arrive at Deer
Fares between Gander and
~ 1ana_gmg Director, A. Lake at 6:25 p.m. The return St. John's and betw~en Gander
1on. tn making the an· flight will leave Deer Lake at and Deer Lake will be $9.00
Air TSlid that while the 6:40 p.m., stopping in Gander one way and $18.00 return.
Ptnn.ransport Board de· at 7:45. p.m., and will arrive
Aircraft to be used on the
· llted EPA to use back in St. John's at 8:55 .p.m. local service initially will be
th
Deer Lake had
This flight will allow west 24-seat Douglas DC·3 which
?~n as the West Coast coast travellers who ·wish to have a world wide experience
th cause of its proxim· return· to their homes after a of reliability. Aircraft used on
11: 11lletropulitan Corner day's business or a visit to St. the Labrador services will be
""''"· .an.d also because of John's, to avoid an overnight 44 seat Super C·46 with a
~· location for serv· stay, and St. John's residents cruising speed of 200 mph.
l!ninse;t coast and north· travelling to the West Coast The aircraft arc all fully pas·
Le'liu 1 com!llunities.
will enjoy similar lleneflts. scngerized and it is planned
~~glon said: "EPA Central Newfoundland traffic to provide a high degree ·or
lll! inth~ airport at Deer will be accommodated with the passenger .comfort. A steward·
D! air lime, become the stops at Gander.
ess training school has been in
~ travel for western ··Although this new service operation In Gander for the
~ Newfoundiand. It will commence wllh one even· last few weeks, and graduates
~es or so from the ing flight dally except Sun· of this school will be assigned
hllb er Brook via a day, EPA plans to introduce.• ,to the new services.
roau"at, and it is link· similar morning flight non-stop·
to the northern from St. John's to Deer Lake
EPA Is planning to obtain
1.1 Well as to the and direct to Wabush (Carol niodern turbo-prop equipment
Industrial area of Lake) every ·Wednesday and as soon as possible In order to
llltt:t. "&nd other Import· Friday .morning, returning over provide even greater tlme-sav·
· He indirated that lhe 111me route in the evening. lngs on these services,
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1together with laek nf popula·
I lion along
Newfoundland's
north cast coast docs not war·
rant the setting up of a ferry
service across the Straits of
Belle Isle at the present lime.
In a Jetter to the Council, the
Minister of Transport said that
ns the population increases, a
ferry service will be invcsligat·
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Veterans'
Pavilion
Construction work on the
new veteran~ hos~it?l pavilion
near the mam butldmg of the
General Hospit.al_is now well
underway, ~nd 11 IS hoped that
the hospital will be ready for
I occupancy
:at·ly next year.
I The new hUJ!dmg Will be c_on·
necled to the General Hospital I
by a _35 foot en_cl?scd wa~kway.
It w1ll be sem1·cmular m de·
sign and consislinl: of three
storeys and partly cons~ructcd
basement.
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The bodies of two men and a
small boy were recovered from
the waters of Bonne Bay Big
Pond after a drowning mishap
on Sunday when the small out·
board powered boat in which
they were travelling capsized.
The victims of yesterday's
drowning were 30 year old \Val·
lace Lewis, owner of the boat
and his son Andrew age 4, of
Meadows, Bay of Islands, and
Re'giriald Suley, age 37, of Hum·
ber Road,· Corner Brook. The
accident occurred about 6.30
p.m. Sunday evening. The body
of Reginald Suley ,was recover·
cd from the water about three
hours after the incident. The
body of Wallace Lewis was
found at 1.00 a·.m. Sunday mor·
ning, and the boy's body was
recovered at 7.00 p.m. the same
day,
The body of Henri Trudeau,
33, a resident of the Mainland
of Canada, was recovered from
Wabush Lake, Labrador, on
Sunday after a drowning acci·
dent which occurred last Sep·
\ember. The drowning was at·
tributed to a small boat capsiz·
ing when Trudeau stood up.
There were· three other occu·
pants in the boat at the time
of the incident. All but Tru·
deau reached safety and an·
other· member of the party al·
most died from exposure.
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dme to time that the Regatta should
be the occasion of a two-day holiday
and in terms of the time required to
run off an increasing number of
races, this is becoming an important
matter for the Regatta Committee.
We understand that there are to be
sixteen races this year. It is not at
all easy to complete a programme of
this length in the course of one day.
The original proposal for the twocia~· holiday was made in association
with the idea that Regatta Week
could be made a province-wide
e,·cnt. lt was suggested that crews
:-hould be ill\'ited to come from
other towns to compete and that
1he occasion would also take on the
aspect of an Old Home Week. The
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viistors and a stimulus to special
trade which would provide ample
compensation for the loss of an extra working day.
It might be worth the while of the
Regatta Committee to consider the
organization of a citizen's committee
to explore the practicability of this
scheme in good time to allow it to be
introduced on an experimental basis
next year. We believe it may be
taken for granted that the retail
trade of St. John's would willingly
co-operate with regard to the additional holiday and in making Regatta Week a special occasion and
perhaps a new and enduring tradition.
France and Bizerte
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Fi\'e years ago, when France ended her protectorate in Tunisia, she
retained her naval base at the
ancient port of Bizerle. There was,
however, an undertaking that she
would ultimately give up the last
foothold held on Tunisian soil. The
Tunisians. in an effort to speed the
French departure, declared a total
blockade of the port. This may
have been premature and provocath·e but the French response has
been even more extreme.
The \'alue of Bizerte as a NATO
base, which is one reason given by
the French fot· retaining it, is
dubious. But the value of President Habib Bourguiba to the mainte:nance of friendly relations between France and North Africa is
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ability, and he has been always a
very good friend to France. His
hope for North Africa was a federation of independent countries in
close association with the French
Republic.
The existence of a cease- fire does
not solve the situation. The Tunisians want France to quit Bizerte as
quickly as they can. The French
have become stiff with pride and
have been unwilling to. negotiate
under duress. But a great deal is at
stake with respect to western relations with the Arab world, particularly in view of Bourguiba's personal moderation and the contribution
he has been trying to make to a
peaceful settlement. of the Algerian
business.
By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON (NEA)-Two private
citizens of Germany have come to
Washington on a strange, unofficial
mission which they say has nothing to
do with the latest Berlin crisis stirred
up by Russia's Nlkita Khrushchev. The
two visitors are looking principally for
sympathy and understanding of a World
War n aftermath now almost completely forgotten in America.
It concerns the 12 million people who,
in the last 16 years, have fled or have
been driven by Communism from the
eastem provinces of prewar Germany to
the freedom of the western Federal Rc·
public of Grmany .
Their two emissaries to this country
-strapping big Teutons who speak al·
most no English-are Egbert Otto, presi·
dent of the Association of East Prussia
and Wilhelm Hoffman, president of the
A~socialion of Pomeranians. The northern part of East Prussia is now occu·
l''fd by Russia, the southern part by
Poland, Pomerania, which straddles the
lower Odcr river where it flows into the
Baltic Sea, is occupied by Poland,
All Germans from these two provinces
and from Silesia, Saxony, Thuringia,
Brandenburg and Mecklenburg who
have fled to freedom in western Ger·
many arc now organized into the Refu·
gee Party. Next to organized labor, the
refugees are Germany's second largest
pressure group. They represent about
20 per cent of the total West German
population. They have 60 scats in the
480·mcmber Bundastag, or parliament.
But these people do not like to be
called refugees. They prefer to be caned expellees. 'l'he emphasis is that they
were driven from their former homes
bv the Communists. They are obsessed
by one desire. They want to go home.
Under present conditions they have
about as much chance of going back to
their old homes as a snowball has of
surviring in July sun. But it is sisnifi·
cant to note that while the Communists
are trying to cut off the 16 to 17 million
million people remaining in East Ger·
many to make a separate state, there
arc now 12 million East Germans in
West Germany, deicated to reunification of all Germans In a single anti·
Communist nation.
The Expellees-these former East
Germans have now found jobs in pros·
perous, booming West Germany. They
They have made new homes. They arc
What
Others
BATS TO STICKS
Ottawa Journal
A London newspaper says that Canada
will move to assume leadership of the
Commonwealth if Britain joins the European Economic Community. This we
will believe when we oce Commonwealth
pals pultin~ away their English cricket
bats and picking u~ Canadian hockey
sticks.
Third Man In Space
WIIA T'S NE:\"T
Halifax Chronicle-Herald ·
To those who have always believed, as
in
one of the eternal verities, in the doc·
While Moscow is making the London Evening Standard's that
maximum propaganda capital out of Grissom's flight was neither justifi- trine that a French cook would consider
the modest, b~ave and nice young able nor necessary and that it was. it insulting to create a dish on the basis
man who was the first to venture another "flea-hop" compared with of anything but the most freshly pur·
food, the news that France is
into space and is still the first man Gagarin's orbital trip. These trips chased
going in for frozen foods will come u
to have gone into orbit, the United are· necessary. There will have to an earthquake.
States has been making careful pro- be dozens of them at every stage.
Now anything can happen. We expect
gress with its own ,astronaut pro- Each one will add to the knowledge any day to hear of gum·chewing in West·
gramme. Last week the second on which steady scientific progress minster, or hamburgers at a Lord
member of the team that has been must be based.
Mayor's banquet.
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when his predecessor, Alan Shepard, was rocketed into the cosmos.
In .Virgil Grissom's case, all went
well until the capsule landed in the
target area and the astronaut was
. r~~y t~ leave it. But the capsule
ftlled wtth water and Grissom got
out. a second or two before it sank.
It was a very near thing. But it
meant also that elements of risk
..l ·. have yet to be overcome.
Thi~ kind of experimental pro:i 1 '· gress
1s necessary to.every stage of
; : development. That 1s true in spite
. ~· of such silly comment as that of the
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news but it may still be wondered
· whether too many advance headlines should be soughlr until the
American astronauts are ready to go
a stage farther in their penetration
of space. The announcements in advance of the flight are, of course a
reflection of confidence in the
erican programme. Nevertheless,
they can be overdone and if accidents should happen, they could have
an adverse effect on public opinion.
However, the fact remains that the
American project is making good
headway and that the astronauts
are brave, cool and competent men
who are capable of meeting every
new demand that may be made of
them. The American people should
be proud of them.
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Municipal Convent:on
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.• :. Local government has had· a brief
. ,,\• history in Newfoundland with St.
.;;~: Jo~'s the only i~corporated com:.::! muml.y up to a httle more than
twenty years ~go. B~t progress has
:, t since been fatrly rap1d. There are
.. ·;now about seventy local councils of
: :one· ~nd or another In Newfound-i :·tan~ .and each recurrent annual con1 : ventlon sees an increase
in their
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1 LeWisporte and mo~e than a hun, : dred delegates and . special guests
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Then one day tbe Queen herself came
to see the Adams family. "She came in,"
recaUed Mrs. Adams, "had a look around
the house and then went upstairs and
we chatted while she sat on the bed."
They had no carpets on the floor
then .. But it was brightly polished and
the dust that came from the royal
party's shoes was gently brushed into
a little box.
The box-and the dust-is now safe
on the bottom drawer of Norah's dress·
ing table!"-Evenlng News.
To compensate for their disappoint·
ment when they missed Princess Alexandra on her visit, Aldridge school chi!·
dren will see a demonstration of police
dog training.-Birmingham Mail .
DANGEROUS
Montreal Star
In the little town of Newburgh, N.Y.,
a tough city manager and council have
come up with a relief slogan that is
little short of revolutionary in this era
of the growing welfare state: no work,
no play.
Five percent of the town's 31,000
population has been on relief and the
drain on welfare funds is heavy. But,
says the town, there's· a lot of civic odd
jobs that need doing and any able bodied
man who applies for civic aid must pitch
In before he gets his voucher.
This sort of thing could be dangerous
If allQwed to spread-it might even in·
feet Canada-and the politicians in Al·
bany, never ones to scowl at a voting
bloc, are rumbling that Newburgh'&
policy is illegal. Those reliefers have
good votes. So this un·Amerleanism
probably will be nipped in the bud.
to discuss mutual problems and allow new or growing communities to
benefit from the accumulated experience of older councils. .
The pressures building up all over
the province for new and enlarg!ld
sel:"'ices have imposed severe hurdens on all local governments. Their
capital and current fiscal needs are
·growing. The difficulty of meeting
out of limited resources the requirementa of the winter ·.works programme of which all councils want
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Welland Tribune
. · These conventions have great at 'Lewlsporte and the ·conclusions
The antics of drunks can be hilarious.
v~lqe for ·all the ·participating coun- that may be reached will be awaited ly funny unless the drunk happens to be
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Seek to Free Homelands
fully accepted and integrated as citizens
of the German Federal Republic. But
when it is suggested that the expellees
arc getting older and that their children
will grow up without the burning de·
sire to go back to their ancestral home·
lands, there is emphatic protest.
"Look at the Jewish people," says
Herr Hoffman. "They Jews were wan·
derers on the fact of the earth for 2,000
years. Yet their desire to return to
Palestine never falt~:red, and they final·
Jy suceeded."
''Look at the Poles," says Herr Otto.
"Poland has been appressed by Russia
for 150 years. They are under Com·
munist demination now, but the desire
to be free is ·strong in them."
The position of the Communist Polish
government,' of course, is that the form·
cr eastern German lands now have been
cOJ!lplctely integrated into Poland and
given to Poles who were forced to move
from what used to be eastern Poland
by the Russians. Any attempt to reverse these forced migrations would
only cause new catastrophes and dislo·
cations.
But the German expellees try to In·
fluencc the Poles to seek restoration of
their old borders. They seck support
for this in Britain and in France, too,
but with no more luck than they have
encountered in America.
Noborly in government want~ to see
them because they have no official, diplomatic standing. The two German visi·
tors in Washington have had to content
themseh·es with seeing people like retired Admiral Arthur WI Radford, form·
er Secretary o[ State Dean Acheson and
a few congressmen.
The Expellees have no underground
organization of their own to aid refugees
seeking to enter West Germany. But
they still stream across the border, :!0,·
000 a month or more. There is no free
radio urging the Germany left behind
the iron curtain to revolt. Food pack·
ages are sent in when there are short·
ages.
'l'hey have no military organization of
their own and they do not advocate re·
storation of their homelands by warwith somebody else doing the fighting.
The Refugee Party charter drawn up in
1950 merely pledges the members to
seek restoration of their homelands by
peaceful means. It is a force lo re·
member.
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Calgary Herald
It ia reported that too many people
who don't know what they are doing are
in the stock market. And in everything
else, too.
Auld Lang
Syne
(From the Files of the Daily News)
Saturday, July 25, 1931:
The Board of Trade rooms were
crowded yesterday afternoon when
members assembled for the purpose of
discussing resolutions on the public
financing of the country. After an introduction by the President, ·Mr. C. C.
Pratt, the Prime Minister gave a lengthy
exposition of the reforms and economics
his government are introducing, Despite rumors current during the day that
a loan had been secured, no announcement of such was made and no figures
of the actual state of finances produced.
The Board has drawn up five resolu·
lions concerning trade and the financial
condition of the country.
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The C.L.B. camp of 1931 shows up as
the best that the Brigade has held In
years. All ranks slept comfortably dur·
lng the rain storm yesterday morning
and 26 out of 28 tents were perfectly
dry. There are 237 of all ranks under
Captain F. Rendell, who is Officer Commanding Comer, Brook Company. Units
in camp coine from Comer Brook, Grand
Falls, Heart's Content, City and Or·
phanagc.
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Last night at Holyrood the Prime
Minister and P. J. Lewis, M.H.A. for
Harbour Main, met a committee of the
unemployed of Harbour Main. The
Prime Minister gave the committee an
undertaking that something would be
done to help them.
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The Highroads' scarifier was last night
in a ditch on the "cow path" near Seal
Cove. In attempting to get out of the
way of a passing motor car the inachine
slipped over into the ditch.
Thursday, July 25, 1948:
Samuel Lipkus, scrap dealer from
Sydney, N.S., Is buying scrap metal re·
trieved from wrecked vessels. This
Includes junk from H.M.S. Raleigh
whieh was lost on the northwest coast
many years ago,
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Here on an inspection tour of company property are executives of Imperial
Oil. The delegation includes R. T. Haslam, Vice·President Standard Oil Co.,
N.J.; F. W. Pierce, Chairman of the
Board of Imperial Oil; and H. W. Helet·
son, President of Imperial Oil.
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of very successful events yesterday after,
noon when the Burnell Trophy was won
for 1946 by the St. Bon's wit~ 35 points
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Driving Lessons
By BRUCE BIOSSAT
Across the table sat a short, darkeye young man with ruddy face 'and
smooth black hair. Listening to his
rather deep voice made it hard to realize
he was only 19 years old.
He was spouting politics like a vetcr·
an. His self-assured comment showed
respect for the little nuances of human
byplay, intrigue and strategy that go into
political choices. He dwelt on men's
prejudices, on the real wrongs and
fancied slights that trouble them, on the
bigger forces at work in party combat.
The broad setting was a southern
state Republican nominating convention.
Heedless of slim GOP chances in the
fall, the lad had helped a near-dark horse
enter a key race, and had dashed around
to whip up support just before the big
event. When someone asked who the
candidate's floor manager was. a know·
ing finger pointed straight at the 19·
ycar.old.
But he wasn't the only youngster on
the scene. They were oil over the place.
Approaching another of these, a report·
er asked. "Who's directing the front
runner's floor campaign?" Said the
young man: "I guess I am."
None of this meant. of course, that
the older party politicians were abicating position and influence. In their
hotel rooms, they tugged on what they
hoped were the important lines.
GemsO/Th
The love of justice L' s:mp\1·,
majority of men the l~ar of'
injusticc.-La Rocheloueau\d.
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GARGARII'\'S \'ISIT
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Eitor Daily News,
Dear Sir-As this lctt~r is
ten the radio and press is
the arrival of Yuri Gar~arin Ol
first trip to the wcst~rn worli.
portion which still has <lemom~:~::
of living. Mr. Khrmhrher and •
munist Party are fullfillin~ tt!:r
main desire, the spr~ading of .
ism to the entire ~rorld. and :
suceeding with the hackin:
heads of state. The Amba~;;(,: ·
the Union of Sorict Socialist
took Britain by storm an no ,.
visit to Cuba will be front ra;e .
days to come. Today Ganil~r i!
reporters and photographm
the arri\·al of Commnni;m to lhi! ·
the world which we lhou;hl · , ·
happen. When Small\\'ood';
of welcome is read o~1t to Yun iJ
worry will 1·anish. he ha; bc~n
at least to this part of the Fm .
lllr. Editor. now i, !he li~e
to wake up or will 1re 'a~· in a
years "Oh what fools we mortal!
Thanking you for sparr.
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Y.et nobody denied that without the July 23, 1961.
first efforts of the 19-year·old, and his
relatively young superior, the dark
horse would not have won-as he rlid.
CIVILIAN IN OllllEHI.Y'S 1~1
It was also a fact that the front runner,
whatever his cruicial handicaps in the Editor Daily News.
final test, got major benefit from the . Dear Sir-! wonder ":h:: the
:youthful energy expended in his behalf. Legion have not made ""~· pro:e;:~
Go1·ernment on the appuin•mer.l
You could not watch these youngsters civilian to the posil ion of
running about, trying to corral dele· GO\•crnmcnt Hous~.
gates' votes, sticking their forefingers
For the past forty odrl yrm ·
in their elders' chests, without being · sition was held by a rrtern of Cl
heartened. For there is considerable world war in fact rrer ;mce a
evidence, from their participation in ma· was avai!dbie to du il. Thai P
jor campaigns, from their earnest strug- came \'a cant on the retiremer.l 1!
glin!( in their party organizations, that former ordcrlv a few months 111
youthful Americans are showing mount· everyone was 'sure that ~nott.er
ing interest in the political process.
would he appointed to fill his
What do we find. Mr. Editor. 1 ·
These kids often were no mere spearman
was appointed although lhr11
carriers. They were in the thick of it.
And with some inevitable exceptions, four veterans had applied for
they knew as much about what was go· . sition and were turned do11~.
Was it because they did not
ing on as did their older counterparts.
enough with the Gorcrnment to
The youngsters think of themselves as appointment?
juniors practicing to be seniors-in real
On July 1st We all bu)' a
field trials. They expect to take over wear it with prie, because we
party management In the years just we· are helping out the
ahead. Sooner or later they will. And those brave men who fell in
It's a good sign for the country that in we might survive.
so many places they are developing the
I think it is only fit and
Interest and the skill to do just that.
when !be time comes Jhat we
HOLD THE CURTAIN
able to help those who
Trends are tricky. Sometimes things awful conflict that they wen\
work out a Jot better if you combat them We might show those who ~e\
Instead of roJI with them.
have faith with those who died.
In the theatrical world, for instance, is it a shameful thing to do, for
the knowledgeable folk have been saying to use their influence to get 1
for years that "the road is dying."
a job that rightly belong to 1 .
But up in Toronto a brewing firm
Who looks the best on
named O'Keefe refused to listen. In a day when we attend the
town heretofore not notable as a top. 'eran with his medals on or 1
theatre spot, the company laid out $12 uniform without a medal,
million for a huge, new, 3,2()().seat will give him a feW leather 0~11
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theatre.
We will get the answer v;
Thereupon they transformed Toronto Hou~e of AssemblY meets,
into one of the two or three best "road question will be asked what 1
cities" on .the U.S.-Canadian circuit. was brought to bear for such
Every major stage show wants to play to be given to a civilian.
there. Bqsiness volume is terrific. Res- gentlemen that the tears th~l Jll
taurants, hotels, taxis, even other on Memorial Sunday arc no ~~~~
dile, but the sorrow that we '
theaters have gained.
genuine and not false.
nrler
whole circuit has perked up ..
Gentlemen I ask you to tra 111
Other cities such as Detroit are planning chap to ano th er JO
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to follow Toronto's lead. · The town's pelled to give him one, an d ttl
bold venture offers a lesson that evi· · appointment to a veteran. an
dently is not being lost.
show that we kept faith \Vltb
. died though poppies growE~ 101,
out of a possible 58. Only one record fields. Thanking you Mr.
· 1 remain,
was bettered when Dolph O'Neil put the
FOR JUSTICE AND f,I.IR
shot 40 feet D inches, which beat the
record held by Tholl)aS Hughes of 38 St. John's,
feet 8 inches.
July 25th, 1961•
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in 97 fatal accidents and of alcohol in their system rang. wheat and oats rust. during the
lhat in rcneral lites!. 20 drivers ( 14.5%) had ing from .10 to .40 per cent." 1961 growing year, the federal
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What arc the realty signifi· son says no evidence has been
·•t ~t the recor~L w:1o ~ere not teste~, had been cant facts appearing from this found' in western Canada of
1.- ·ntormation 1s I drinkmg, In the opmlon of the evidence? First of all we see stem rust of wheat and oats, or
1 nr ;:atcs on ! im•cstigatlng officer. •
that in spite of the fact that of crown rust of oats. Rust is a
111 1ot" al:o:10 J to i In New Hampshire In 1055 evidence from Evanston (con· fungus · like plant diseuse.
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11 1; Ill' ncccs· 1 there were 107 tests in fatal fined by another large city) in·
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: ne~ativc. Of the positives 14 on c ron ave a co o ' from five forest !ires were burning
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.,. ,1 all drivers 1 0.04% indusivc, 13 in the ~one ·/Ill fatal accidents in various in the Sioux Lookoilt district,
, , '/~~{ a'mdt•nl> had ' 0.03~~ to 0.14% and 25 in the states were drinking. Let us the department of lands and
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:~· ln l~'ti lhl'Y : zone 0.15% or aliovc.
I no_w answer the questions we forests reported. Three fires/
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-'·:, 1\lrd a dr:nking i of 1955 and No,•ember of 1056 ev~d~ncc. Docs su?stanttal Jm· Gerladton
and one each at 1They are all alike and are placed within the City Council regulations of property havino- 50 feet frontage
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. f~e t . It wou.ld appear th a t th ese are a co-opera t'tve h ousmg
un der tak'tn~ 1
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r~{; ran.,,, lltlhout these persons killed. or the answer Is "yes". Can a driver hours and no new fires sprang quite obvious, but may be improved as a site when the painting and landscaping is done.-( Royal Photo>
,: 1nd bJl·k: up hy . 202 analyses. made, 14 or 7% compensate for alcohol i?Jpair· up,
. 1 'ol Ir-1> :h~l last · were contammated by embalm· ment~ We have
no evidence
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·.~ dnm 1"''\ been : of the remaining 188 cases fol· ~~ he can, ~oes the record in· army newspaper Red Star Sun-:.: thl• yr"' :: ;, run- lowed this distribution:
d1catc that Ill general. he does? day ~~noun.ced the ~~~nching_ of
1. Build your shelter in ac·' or adolescent in your home
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of the situation at the time ol
~= 5:rr~n:,,q; Hued tha~ 0.0~'7c.
be answered WJt_h the state· as an net of aggressl?n and i working drawings.
2. Install the suggested items an emergency) .
. ·,1:1m 1r. "·l~:eh he ,
F1fty-e1ght or 31% ranged mi cnt tittadt c_~t·en,VIf he can _he compared them to the fl_Jghts,of
5. Plan a daily routin
for
· ,,,, •h<•Wl'<i that , between 0.05':'o and 0.15%
I ocs no
o 1 • c can surmise U-2 planes over Russia.. It or equipment. Check them
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spies are flying, they re-I agamst the hst on Page_ 29. shelter life.
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mcnt is such as to prevent the main· spies and the flight of a Hav~ you got all the essenl!~ls,
6. Make prep~rallons so that
..~:·;·,r . Oi t34 • There is also much evidence person . from compensating be· Sputnik over foreign territory is particularly the shelter radiO? all_ basement wmd?ws. can. be
55', "r ~3 had , in our cities to indicate that cau5c m many cases the im· an net of aggression" said Red
3. Store all the food, water, qm~kly and effech~el1 . shield, : 37 ,,i thr 113 ~~·hat we find in state reports pairJ?cnt. is. of a kind as to ren· Star.
batteries, etc., that you will! c.d In accordance With mstruc·
•Je dit•d. nr :Joe;. IS equally true in our cities. I dcr 1ls VIc lim unable to recog·
need. Arrange to usc and re· twns.
Ia:. drinkm~..
~lany reports are available. nize tl1at he is in fact impair·
place at the specified Intervals.
7. Keep the shelter warm and
:::m;::n• >iHiation Let me cite just one. On J.an· cd.
by the Newfoundland Temper·
4. Plan a family drill lor oc- dry.
: 0 ex:;: :n these uary 28, 1958 the Police De·
(To Be Continued)
ance Federation, to whom en· cupying the shelter and prac· If Warning Comes:
. :<:srd tu ilw dan· • partment of the City of New
lise it. (Remember, any adull
1. Turn on your home radio.
(These artivclcs are compiled quiries may be addressed.)
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Highest trade-ins
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Plymouth new car dealers are also used car dealers. And right
noll' the demand for used cars is at its peak. This is why
Plymourh dealers arc able to offer you the. highest prices of
the year on your trade-in. There is no haggling, fuss or
bother. Your c~r will be quickly appraised and an offer made
to vou that will match or beat any other offer. in town.
Lowest priced car
in its class!
OK ... so you've been waiting and waiting for summer to make
the best possible deal on a brand new car. All right, Plymouth
dealers are doing it They've taken the lowest priced car in
its class (that's a fact) and arc offering it at year end prices!
Let your Plymouth dealer surprise you with how little it costs
to own the new Plymouth -lowest priced car in its class.
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tlthou~h lhrte
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Wait for instructions. You will,
be told when to go into your
shelter.
Go Into The Shelter
1. Last person in places toilet
and garbage can in passageway.
2. Turn on the shelter radio.
Listen for instructions.
3. Put daily shelter routine
into effect.
4. Remain in the shelter until
instructed to leave. (In most
cases this will come via radio
but in some instances civil de·
fence officials may notify you
in person).
5. Keep calm. Your family
will look to you for leadership.
Equipment
Beds (Bunks or folding);
"Table (Folding or other fa·
cility); •stools (Fold fiat);
Cooking vessels; Cups and
Plates (disposal); Knives, forks
spoons; Can openers; Paper
towels; Kerosene cooker; Kero·
sene Lamp; Electric Lamp and
Batteries, spare hulbs; Flash·
light; 10 Gallons Kerosene (2
gals, in shelter; remainder in
basement); Matches; Garbage
can (2 if no waste water run-off
is possible); Garbage bags; Gar·
bage bags; Toilet; Polyethylene
bags for toilet (two-week sup·
ply); Shovel; Crowbar; Axe;
Pocket knife; Whistle; •saw;
•screwdriver; Hammer; •Nails;
•screws; Pliers; Fire Extin·
guishers (rum-carbon tctrach·
loride); 1h-inch Rope; String;
Battery Radio; Clock: Sharpe
Radio batteries; Hand basins.
Recreational
*Calendar: ''Books; Paper;
Pencils; *Players
c a r d s;
•c h e s s, Checkers, other
games; *Crossword, other puz·
zles: •Knitting, sewing, etc.;
•Hobby materials.
Toiletries
Soap, toothpaste, tooth-brushes; Detergent; Nail hrush; Ra·
zor, blades and soap; •women's
basic cosmetic>; Tissues llucc
and toilet); Face cloth; Towels:
Brush and comb.
Personal
Bedding (blanket preferable);
Warm sweaters and socks;
Change of underclothing and
socks; Personal hygiene items
for women; Baby clothes; Baby
feeding equipment; Disposal
diapers (two-week supply);
Plastic sheeting.
Medical
First Aid dressings and drugs
(commercial First Aid kit);
*Aspirins; •Bicarbonate of so·
da· Cough drops; *Nose drops;
Sp~cific medicines such as in·
sulin, heart medicines, etc. as
required (100-day
supply);
Disinfectant; Scissors.
Protective Clothing
Coveralls, rubber boots, rub·
her gloves for adults. To be·
used in venturing Olttside even·
after instructions have been giv· ·
en that this is safe for short
periods.
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TORONTO <CPl - Marilyn
McFatridge, 18, an optomitrisl's
assistant from Galt, is r.Iiss
Toronto for 1961. The beautiful
brunette beat 46 other girls at
the 79th annual police games .
held at Toronto's Varsity Sla·
dium Saturday. Five feet seven
inches tall, she measures 34-24·
3~ in the vital statistics depart·
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JASPER, Alta. <CPl - Three
United States climbers returned
here Saturday after climbing
the 4,000 • foot north face of
Mount Edith Cavell. It was the
first time the north route had
been taken: Dan Doody of Los
Angeles,. Yhon Chouinard of
Burbank, Calif., a n d Fred
Beckey of Seattle started their
climb early Thursday.
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Bradstreet, the
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NDPlt 11re no•• unusually •ensith·c.
fnor~d. J>on';~te 1iine and talrnt.
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l'lan 1Cl11'1tles. IIICIUdlnR' )'0\IRI' raml1:r
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(Ju•e 12 to July 21) .
lEO (July 22 to Au9. 21)
AQUARIUS
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IJ••· 21
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Deor:'t b~ ur.duh· hl!u~nteri 'h~· ~htt lt'J. OK In ~t tllrih)·-moJL -"t~ua.ru.ns
n.rl. Think f.. r ~·t'un~u:
ar'!:-but don t be muulr.
:~""tent
PISCES (Fob. 20 to l.torch 20)
\IIRGO (Aug. 22 to Stpt. l2)
l"a~ C'\n't take it ,·ith ynu, J.l'\d thil Ja \"aritt)' doe•n't arreal now, foO I \ad.
'rood timt to 1pcnd a little:
nen dulrnay not 1ntrrcst Jo;t.
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Smartly Styled
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It isn't always e~sy to get white!
cotton gloves clean. If this is 1
your problem, try adding some '
wate1· softener to the soapy
water in which I'OII so a k
them. The)·'lJ shed the dirt
much more readily.
WHAr CO~lES SATIJRALLY
An abiding interest in clothes i~
a deeply feminine trait. So
don't be concerned if you have
a real passion for clothes.
This is healthy and normal.
DRESS BUY!l'\G TIPS
There are many ways to ten if
you're gettin:: a good buy in a
dress when you shop. Look at I
the hem: it should be at least j
two inches wide. Check the
seams lor width: an inch and
a half is perfect.
'Be sure the scams arc pinked or
stitched so that lhe1· won't I"R·
1·c1 And look for 'a skirt lin·
ln::· if the drc.•s i~ a narrow
one.
PERK UP COTTONS
If your smnmrr cottons seem
limp and lifcle". ask your
dr1• clc:~n~r to :~drl 11 drop or
two of sizing when he clean~ ,
them. This will give them :
bo:ly and new life.
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Printed Pattern 4696: Misses'
Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40. Size
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rotltedr·aJ of St. John
was the s~-ene of ;
wedding on Jun£
canon J.A.F. Slade
marriage Lucy
of ~!r. and ~Irs
of St. John's and
son of Mrs. K
l~le George ~fa:
Oldenbu1:g, German)'.
looked radiant ;
the church with
She wore the
while full length
gown of Peau De
gown was designed o
princess Jines with :
neckline embrc
applique flol'.'£
hrni~~•r••rl with seed
had fashi
hiplines with at
flowers matching th1
and fitted waist lm
slec1·cs. and full !
into a weddin::
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1 !\Irs. Zada Bates, for~erly _of
Change Islands, and M1ss Wm·
!nifred Barker, formerly of St.
: John's, motored from Toronto
: with Miss Ethel Whitham last
. week. and arc visitin_g relatives .fROM TOI.t:OOOIII
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of Toledo Ohio
, Mr. Corbi~ Clarke, ~usine~s on vacati~n in' s~~~
man of Sprmgdalc, ~mvcd. 1? i are sta~·in~ with 1111
St. John's on a busme~s VISit . sister, ~li.11 Mar·
over the weekend and IS stay·: Kcnnas Hill. The:~
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LINEN SHOWJ-:R
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. the home of Mrs. Capta1n I .Mr. Cwil Con!~
· Peter Parsons, 14 _Win~ hester : Engince~ing Co. l
, Street, for !llarguentc Coop~r, i city on Sundar to
· who hccomes the bnde o( Vm· Springdale on bu•in
· eent Hod~cr on September 9th. :
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: Thirty-five friends attended the TO BELI.EORA)l
· shower, and gifts were opened
· by Mrs. Minnie Toope, cards 1 Mr. William Blktt,
, were read by Jean Randell. The j man of Belleoralll,
· opening of the gifts was follow· been in St. John's II
· ed by cards and many lovely left Saturday to
• prizes were won. Miss Jean . home.
: Randell entertained the gather- 1
' ing with several numbers on i HOLIDA \"J:-iG
: her piano accordian. Later in i 'lr 3111 1 11 , R
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th e ga th enng
· . b~· of Bell Islandr.. andon
I the evcmng,
: came m1xed and a mo~t en)o~- I children arrired 1t
· able ?ance follo~ed. M1ss Coop· I Cabins on Sundar for
er w11l be mamed at the An· , holidav.
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· glican Cathedral, at 2.30 p.m. :
. September 9th.
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Miss Rc~1na
ENGAGED
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i\1r. and Mrs. William \\'ells. Clare's ~lcrey
26 Duggan Street, wish to an· . to under~o an
~our own back yard Is a great place to get iu trim for
with an exercise to flatten the stomach (ri~ht). And as
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summer vacation clothes. Start (left) with an exercise to
yon exercise in the sun, make sure that you're well-coated
. their eldest daughter, Elizabeth, I rccol'ery.
trim both arms and legs. (The upper arm and inner thigh
1 to Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
with a protective suntan lotion. Stay out of the sun at noon
become flabby very quickly without exercise.) Continue
and don't overdo,
(Bronztan)
Ji. T. Stone: 32 Merrymeeting I Current guc;ts 11
1 Road. Wcdd~ng date to be an· I Plaza Hotel in Tom~
BY ALICIA llr\RT
1 right now, and done without
arms. Bend your knees out- S\\"lF'J'I. \' with arms fonran!.: nounccd.
i Mr. and ~Irs. Gordor.
I£ you'1•e bought pretty clothes strain or difficulty.
· ward to a slow count of four
Hepcat a few times. Do lh1s,
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I or your summer vacation, If you have a back yard, so· and, at the same time, bend exercise first with legs _and "jON VACATION
! ir~;/~t. j ~~·s.
you'll want to look your best . much the better. Take along · your elbows and make a hard feet together. knees . Sll':llght.
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when you wear them. A trim, 1 a prolective, nonslicky sun· i fist. keeping rour upper _arm
:O.:e~!: 11'1th, legs fonmng a. Vi of Los Angeles, California, and : CIIRISTESISG
firm .. figure is a prime' tan. lotion, and do .yo}1r ex· at sllotl!der Jerel. Do thts lo pns1t10n.
fhen rep~at. _w1th i their two children Brenda and
The christemng
requ1s 11c.
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ei'Cises outcloOI'S. \oull el'cn 1 a SL0\1 count of four, an cl knees bent and ankle. CIO>~ed. 1 Richard are presently spend- d aht
f ~tr
You don't hal'e lo sit bnck and get a stnrl on a suntan that I lhen return to starti~g position If yo_u c1_1oosc to do these ex· i ing a v~ry enjoyable six weeks· ~:~" crdo ,i,
hope you'll mnkc lhe .l!l'ade. I will do wonders for your ap.ll slowly, Repeat 10 limes.
1 erc1sc m the yard 01· at the 1 . cation in St John's having;' · :; ~n. 0 • r.. '
Charlotte Brown, a noted all· , pcarance.
To flatten the somach, here is beach. be careful of orerex- ;:otorcd all the. way frdm there St. . 0 n ~.
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lhorily on thytlunical exercises For Ihe thighs and arms, stand
o~e exercise. _done from four pOSIII"C to the Sl~n·s rays. ~e:: a dist.ance of over 5,00" miles: I S 1 ~~e 9 ~nat'5~m I)
rot· sculptul'ing the figure, of· with your legs apart, feel turndifferent postt1ons or the body. member they ate far .stron~el, Aft r an absence of ten ·ears, u • t
fers simple exercises that will
ed 0111. With your arms out to' Sounds complicated. hu~ near. water and 1_1ght rc·
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ch~nnes 1Church of :he
f 11· m the thigh and arm shcidc, level with· the should·
actually it's quite simple.
flcctmg surfaces than m grassy Mr. ~lartm sees ma::d is v;r, I Our Lord. \1 .
muscles and flalten the sto· cr and elbows straight, open Lie flat on your back with you1·' areas. and the~ reach t h c i r; and lmprove.n;e~ts, . n
n~ I Re~. _l>lsgr. Edllard !'
mach. They can be started
your hands in line with your arms overhead. Then sit up greates mtens1ty between 1t i pleased to VISit old frtc ds a
off1c1alln~. The bl.f
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and the godparcnl;
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BY JULIA A:\!11 BARTOSII
~ffcctive. One such lotion i> they take with them best wish- i gown that has bm
Fewer mistakes mean a happier; claimed to dry so rapidly that; es from all their friends for a: family for to1ur
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-1belonged tu her
At the 33rd Annual Session of A Comnuttee wa~ appomted to to solve. But teen-age1·s who; min g.
; 2Sil AN!"\1\'ERSAIIY
: gn•at g
the Right Worshipful Prov!n·
Draft a Hc~olutJon of Loyalty learn lo think straight will Ira-· Begin now to t1·im ~·our figure • congratulations are extend- ; ~trs. Thomas
cia! Grand Lodge of New· to ll_e1· .~la.tcsty the Q u e e.~ ! vel a smoother road.
i while the sun takes eare of ed to ~lr. ~nd Mrs. !larry mersidr. II~) of
foundland, Ladies Orange Be·
re:~_HI.I_'~~ng the loyalty of tins l\!nki~g mistakes doe~n't nec~;-~1 that winter pallor. and- yo~1'lll Cowan, 158 Craigmil!cr ~~·e., on foundlantl.
nel'olent Association, eom·en- As"oc~<Jt!on.
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sanly mean that you are ru1n- start off on yolll· vacation their 2nd wcdd1ng anlll\'ersary
following the
ed at Gander, July 14th !o 18th, A l\!emona\ Scrv1ce. was. held ed.
1knowing you look yom· best.
today, Tuesday, July 25th. They j small reeeplion <I!·
inclusive.
~nd the Warrant dlaped tn lov· Learn from your mistakes and I
were married at St. Theresa's the residence of
The Grand Lodge Officers and mg memory .or deceased mem· don't make them Ol'er again.
Church by the Rev. Father grandparents. )\r.
Past Grand Mistresses were hers. BeautJful arrangements
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seated in a splendid demons· of flowers were given in Mem- Go out expecting to win over
Jackman. E~Irs. ~~v~ Jsld ~ J. Smart.
tration of the Honour Drill by ory of the late Past G ran d your mistakes.
form~r
eanor c ona 0 Westmoun1·
the Hostess Lodge, Sisters of Mistress, Right Worshipful Sis· Think defeat and you are likely
the City.
the Cross Roads, No. 12~5. un· te1· Fannie
Clouter, Right
to be defeated. .
RY GAILE DUGAS
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der the capable direction of Worshipful Sister Pearl I\! or· Experience is still the best Dea~· Gaile: 1 am in m~· late FRO~l SPRINGDALE
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the Worthy ~!istrcss Sister rison, Grand Deputy Mistress teacher: make it work for you.
sixties. :lly hair. which once i Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hcll!e~ll and H_onal<t Sml~; d
Evelyn Lush, who read t h e and Sister Sheppard, Worthy
was hloncl. is now white. E,1·es . of Spnng?ale, arc m St. Johns wer.c m ~L Jo~~•t
Address nf Welcome to the l\listrcss or Sisters of the Cross
nre blue and skin f_ah· thoug~.' on .~ busmess hol~da~ and arc j b,usme~~ :r,lp ·
Gt·and Lodge del()[:afcs.
Roads Lodge, Gander.
The fabric, batiste, is named, of course, its color ls not as 1t. sta>111g at the Newfoundland •\\ere .uc.l. at
The Grand Mistress, Ri)lhl Wor·l Gencrou~ donations were given for ,Jean Baptiste, a 13th ccn- ouce was. \\'hat do you consid- Hotel.
i ins. Thry left .
shipful Sister Elsie White. ex· lo thri United Chlll'ch Children's tury wea1•er of Cambridge, : er 11 ~ood hnsic color to plan ~! ,
-.tor bac~ :o thm
tended a g1·acious welcome to Home, Church of England Or- France.
wnrclrniJc around~ Would a; I· RO~J HUCIIANS
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all delegates and visitors and' phana~c. Sunset Lodge. an .d
~ill'ery l!l':tY be too mouot~n-! Mr. a~Jd .Mr.1. Pat Kcn?edy ' ON IIOLI!I.H
in an ins11iring Address ~a\'c the H c tarde d Chtldrcn s - - - - - - - · - - - - - - - 1 otis? And arc the1·e ;my wlntc ·and t11e1r daughter Kath~, of
.Mr. and )lr; J
an interesting account of the School at St. John's, Corner Grana Deputy Treasurer: ;\1rs. 1 could usc. such as oyster I Buchans, m~tored from ~uc- and Mr. and llr!.
year's work. Two new Lodges Brook and Bay Roberts. .
Evelyn Lush, Gander.
white? Black and navy arc too hans last Fnday o~ a hohday Green of Gander
were or::anizccl at Forleau :tnd The members of tbe L_ad!es Grand Director of Ceremonies: dark and dull and beige §ecms tour, and are spendmg a week St. John'; on 1
King's Point which brings the Orange Benevolent Assocmbon Mrs. Pearl Seaward, Bishop's to be out of the question.-N.K. at Karwood Cabins.
last week and
number of Lodges In Newfound· joined with the Loyal Ot·ange Falls.
Dear N.K.: I took your color
wood Cabins.
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Association in. the parade held Grand Lecturer: Mrs. Marion problem to designer Hannah ON UOLIDAY
urday to continue
The Grand Secretary, Right on Sunday to attend Divine · Gushue, Brigus.
Troy, who has some lovely
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Inkpen day touring the
Worship Sister Dorothy S c r vice at the Anglican Grand Di!puty Lecturer: Mrs. suggestions for you. She soys: (nee Kit Sparkes) and th~ir '
. Jo.ll
Locke and the Grand Trea· Church. An inspiring sermon Opal Boone, Clarke's Beach.
"With your white hair, the two children, Peter and Dons, WEEKENIJ not
surer Right Worshipful Sister was preached by the Rector, Grand Juvenile Director: Mrs. who I e blue-mavue range have been. visiting friends and
l\lr. and ~Irs.
Lily
Jewer, presented their, Rev .• John. ~ross.
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Hilda Ford, Humbermouth.
would he ?eautifu~. For au- relatives in Newfoundland since famill' of Bell
reports which shows that the j The Immediate Past _Grand .1\hs·
• tumn. consider lap1s blue and July 1st. They spent several week~nd holiday 11~
Membership in this Associa· tress, Right Worshlpful Sister GR~ND_I,OJ?GE, AUDIT?RS
heliotrope ta mauvy pinkl. days as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cabins. The)" e
lion has now passed the seven I Gladys Coombs. conducted the Mrs. _.erll_e Hili_. St. Johns,
Use a very light blue tint lor Harold England of Springdale I afternoon to retllll
thousand mark and in MundI election of officers whIch Mrs. Jc~le Reid, Ch~peJ Arm, your hair. But pleaSe! Just before motoring to St. John's. home.
financial standing, The Grand resulted as follows:
Mrs. Edtlh Peach, P~mcelon.
a touch of blue is enough here. Wh'l h
the sta •ed at Ink· }'ROll BADGER
JU\'cnlle Director, Most Wor· Grand ;\!is tress: ·Mrs. Elsie T~e Grnncl Lodge OffiCel's ~l'ere "As for white, it tends to drain
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y re;idence at
and )Irs. Bob,
shlpful Sisler Hilda Ford, I White Carbonear.
~~stalled. by Most \~orslupful . color from the face. If you pens , sum~er . d . "t d ld f Bad"er. molor~.
presented the report of t h e IImmediate Past Grand Mistress: Sister Hilda. Folt a_sslsted . _by would like to try it neverth. N~ary s Pan • .an I Vl~l c T~e o h 's o~ Saturda!ll'
Juvenile Orange Association. 1\!rs. G 1ad y s Coombs, St. Most Worsh1pful S1ster Ed1_th less. then accent it wilh some fr1ends at Bell Is an ·
Y Jo ~ ,
d holldl~
Three Lodges were organized John's.
j Puddest~r. Past G~and _rvlls- rea1ly interestin~ gold jewelry. left yesterday to moto: back. to busmc.s t:nat
durlnl( the year at Little Bay Grand Depuly .~listr~ss: ~!rs. lrcss, R1ght Worsh1p:u1 S1st~r! The comhina.tion of gold-white, 1\!o?cton, bu~ Will VISJt wtth are gues · . Islands Wareham and Indian 1 Rachcr c;oulthng, Grand Falls.l Sarah Hann, Past ~~and ..~!IS·: can he stunmn~:"
! thc1r good. friends~ Mr and Mrs , ,
Ht:RE
Rnv a~d the Junior Rranch of· Grancl ,Junior Deputy ~li~trcss: tress, ~lost Worshipful S1stcr • Dear Gaile·
Havr ~hirtwaisl · EnGland an Sprmgdale. Mr. i \!SITS
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!hi~ 'Associatio~ is also makin~ II 1\!rs. Cassie Blackwood, St. I ~lac .snow and Right Worship-~· dresses ~~ne out of style? 1 lnkpen is ,the man~gc~ of the ; Mr. an~ ~ ;;;f.
"ood progress.
.John's,
, lui S!ster Sndte Parsons.
love them for summer and al· Bank of Nova Scolta m Mon· com ,of .
D;ring the year three Scholar· : Gr~nd Sec~etar)': ~Irs. Dorothy 1Followmg sho~t addresses by II ways but a half-do7en new ones cion.
ed by T~A s~~e:~
ships of Fifty dollars each 11·e 1·c l Locke, Ltttle Bay I sian~.
the Grand .j\llstress and Grand at. the he ginning of the sc:~son.
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~anscom s_ e sud
awarded to Morley Greening Grand Treasurer: .Mrs. Lilly V. · Lodge OffJ_ccrs, the G,_r and But I've been reading so much HAPPY BIRTHDAY
1 ms, 12 P1n . for Grade •tX, Herman Calla·
Jewer. Botwood.
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L_od~e Sesston closed _with lhe about narrow skirts and t h c Jllany happy returns of the
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han f 0 r Grade x, both of Grand Chaplain: ~Irs. Dclphme smgmg of the N~t10na! An- flare that I'm beginning to day to Jllrs. Sylvia 1\!ooney, 20 TO SPRL"GD.
Buchans and to William Hillier White, Lewisporte.
them. The next Session Will be 1 think I'm out of date. Still, Howley Avenue Extension, who
Mr. and M~·
for Grade XI of Bishop's Grand Deputy Secretary: Mrs. - held at Grand Bank.
nothing is as cool as a really celebrates her birthday today, land, the~r ~
'Falls
Watton, Humbermouth.
GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.
wide skirt in summer. What's Tuesday, July 25th. Greetings niece, Sh1rle!
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--the answer, please?
Must I come from her husband An· John's MondaY. 10
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drew, and son Gary.
I home in
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Dear P:~t: Certainly not. T h e
ten day
shirtwaist is a classic. For a TO BELL ISLAND
trip to town.
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designer opinion on this, I went
l\!r. and Mrs. Tom Hickey were guests at
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to Jack Baker of Sue Brett. and their four children, return· ins.
Our Specialty. ~ set of four mat~ only _$3$0·up to. six
He says:
ed to their home on Bell Is·
is
a
hardy
per·
land
over l;he weekend, after
"The
shirtwaist·
mats and six napkms at $10.80. Available m ~any designs
ennial. We're doin!( it now in spending a-n enjoyable week's
. a wide colour· range and modern interestmg, textures.
I junior. misses and petite sizes. holidays at Karwood Cabins.
For early autumn, we've done
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earthy
VISITS
CITY
Our
first-born
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By
Iones as well as lhe greens,
1\!rs. Charles Whittaker of Of pink-and-sal!n Ill
aolds. magcnt:~ and eggplant. San Francisco is at present on T h e fancy do
Ntwfnuu~laub
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We've
.c u 1 ~~ w i 1 h the vacation in s't. John's, and Is
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wmg collar, rolled or three- L · tt Jolliffe Prescott Street. Our latest-born 1.1
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stvlcs
hutlon all the way .Mrs.
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sleeves.
ore Wh1t~a~er
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. the form~r w·Jl h a11 th<~pan
netda
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to the hem and others to the Teresa Gnffm, R.N., and WJII She. tee~~i
J waist.
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be leaving here August 9th to And cu es
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Mrs. Alice Pearce
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where she is ·
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Mother and dau h
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return home aro"und
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&.clltt!U.r A• It Slrrinks Hemonhoidl
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Many happy returns o£ the
day to Phillip Rose, James Har·
ris and Diane Dooley, who cele·
brate their birthday today,
Tuesday, July 25th.
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!l'oronto, Ont. (SPfl:lal)- For
the first lime science bill! lound •
11ew healing 8Ubslnnce whh the
-'21liLy tD shrink hemorrhoids nnd
. to relltve pain nnd itching.
"t'hoU!I nds ha\'c hccn relieved
trith thi~ inc~pcnsive ~uh!lance
ri~;ht in ,the prJI'ac.: or lht•ir own
.hoine without any discomfor~ or
l!lconvenienc"'.
; In cn~e nhcr ca•c, whil~ gl!ntly
··*l~\'illll pain nel.u!l reduction
(llirinkngc) tonk piMc.
·Most amazing or llll-rcsul t.
wire so· thorough tha~ fufferera
nde statements like "Piles h:l\'e
-=sud tD be 11 problem/"
The secret is n new henliw.; subo
!~f!nce (Bio-Dyne)-dbcovery of 11
flin10U3 scic~otlflc institute.
·Now this new healing substance
II offered in aupposiloru or oinlnrtnl
· fonn called /'reparation J/. Ask
for it at all drug ator.-moll't1'
'-ck auarant.ea.
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lectuma and writers are es~i: ally 11o'CIJ.aspected, but creative
·ictivity o( all kinds is smiled
lipan today. Optimism is en·
tirely warranted. Be receptive
1 to suaaestions and plans of
j others and you'll gain finan1 cially. You'll feel satisfied with
yourseif, your family and your
career.
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pfJLY NEWS, :
TUESDAY,
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New dctailin~ makes this
BOLD BUCKLED STRAP
the fashion sensation o£ the
year Soft grained leather
·arid tapered toes with com.
'position· soles are .avallable
in colours of Black, Brown
nnd Green In Baby Louis
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The Doctor
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LONDON BOASTS
EMERGENCY MEDICAL
SERVICE SYSTEM
BY IIAROLD TIIOMAS IIYMAN
I cannot, o! course, . enter into
the political controversy that
is being waged between the
supporters of our "free enterprise" system of medical
care and those who advocate
what is called "socialized med·
iclne". However, I should. like
to direct your attention to a
report of the International Bus·
!ness Machine World Trade
Corp, on the system they have
installed in London for roum·
the-clock emergency medica:
service.
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Here are the details:
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Physicians undet• contract to the ·
National Health Service of
the United Kingdom are re·
qulred to be on duty at all
times of the day or night
se1•en days a week. Shouk
one take a day off or a vac~·
t!on, he Is required to p1·ol'id,·
n substitute to care for hi,
patients. And, as the Sen•iec ' :
is presently constituted, the
subscribing doctor turns his
territory over to qualified sub·
stitutes who cover in ei~hl
hour shills.
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Under the IBM system with an
"accounting assist from
punched cards," when the
patient phones his off-duty or
vacationing doctor, the call i~
automatically switched to service headquarters and, from
headquarters, by radio, to
duty doctors strategically lo·
cated through the greater London area.
Each stand·in doctor drives a
service car, equipped with a
radio·telephone receircr. Anr~
when the emergency call is
relayed to the stand·in doctor
he is required to speed to the
scene o£ the call.
The accounting chores created
b • this set·vicc are handled by ,
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sha(led'bon nshm
hnes
(nght)
IS
a~ punc h card sys tem tl·t
m pet·. Cross country bv• Jet or car • you'll travel1n sblcSweatet·
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forms its task in "onlv abou~ ancl comfort this summer in hand knits. Jackets 10 a narrow rl s 1 ~ ' 1 ~ 510 n. Y Y ·
five service bureau hoin·s each that you can knit yourself (left) are done in bul new yarns now come 10 lngh !ashton colors.
month." . And the ~tand·in do~· ky yarns, handle temperature changes nicely.
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by the National Health Sel'I'ICC.
The IBM World Trade Corp. rc· i
port concludes with the state. i
ment that "so successful has
the ~mergency call service
been 10 London that plans are
b~ing. made to extend it to
B1rmmgham and other Eng!ish cities." .
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I know of nothmg In the tradJt·
al American "free enterprise"
system to prevent the est ab.
)'1shmen t of a s1m1
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mnny small groups o£ physicians and medical societies
prov1'de for pn t'1ent·care un der
similar conditions.
But 1 know of none so compl ete
ly equipped and hi~hly or·
~anized liS the British system
th al en1·ISs
t th e seri'Jces
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some 1,500 qualified physieinns.
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. (;~:~ .1 ~ F Slade unit·. carnation5 and peach glamel·
ia~. The maid o£ honour was
- :.:a~~;.l:(' l.llQ' ,Jean.
· ~: ~lr .1nrl :-b. R.S., the bride's sister, Jeanette
1: ,; 5~ ,lo·:r.·; anrl. Ch~r-. and the bride5mnids were l\liss
Ec:-:•. ~t-n (I! ~1:-.... Kntrma Bobbi Guslme and Miss J u n c
·:! :a:r Gro:;c ~larx of. Fea1·er. Linda Feaver, young.
er sister o! the bride was jun·
ior bridesmaid. The brides·
:;~1 :~:ie.i radt:mt as she
maids looked lol'el)• in street
&.1 c~::;ch with h e r ' length gowns of swiss ivory
Ste wr:c tte tradi· ' satin with an oran~e blossom
.~.::e !~:: 'm~th wed· i motif O\'erprint. They were
p~ of rrau ·De Soie.! of sheath design with a f u II
;:>r. -..a~ ce;i~r.cd on sim· overskirt. The junior brides·
;-:::.:m :ir.c; .,,·ith a high! miad \I'OL'e white lawn with an
· 1ered 11 orge. bl ossom co1ourc d s 1 1· p
r.t>.:~::ne cmhroll
. ••~::q:tr f!ov:crs re·/ and matching sash, Each wore
":!h ;rrd pearls. , a white flower as a headdress
tm ~.1<1 !;~>hionably' with vcilinl!, and while gloves.
. r.·~::~c' ·.• n•1 Jpplique.I Their shoes were an orange
. ~:w; m•• ~c':t:·: 1hr ncrk·, hlnssom shade. The brides·
· houq11ets were sem1-cas·
~~:· !:~!ri ";,;.t l!•n: tnp·l· mmds
~ !-:',r'. Jr,d t·::: , k 1r t , mdrs o[ while daisies, sih•er
.• :~~n " ·•r·"'ltn~ train. I in- tied with hrown l'ell·et
'.::;,·, •1Nct'f'> ~~-~s n cor·,' nhbon.
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S t c v e Penney, Mr. Doug
Wheeler and Mr .•John Feaver.
The mother of the bride looked
charming in a blue afternoon
dress o! sheath design with
matching bolero. She wore a
mink stole, a Jackie Ifennedy
pillbox of white and matching
white gloves. Her corsage
was of pink carnations.
After the ceremony a reception
was held at the Old Colony
Club.
The bride's going away outfit
was a white woven suit de·
signed with a box style jacket
and a slim skirt, The jacket
had a ma te1ung
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bnn s o col ee colour mateh·
lng the coffee coloured bands
in the skirt. She wore coffee
co 1oure d hal, .g1oves, bng nn d
shoes and a corsage of yellow
roses nne1 rea tl tere d corna t'mns.
'l'hc wedding cake wns made and
decorated by Mr. Harold Win·
sor nn d fl owers were by t h e
Glenburn Florists.
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Frugal .Frcncb
homemakers.
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Interests
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Dor<E'-:-iCT NECESSA!l.!j.Y
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"Pace vourscii. Do not ·kill
yourseir doing h~l!S~work. : J,;e
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housewife comes from · Dr.
j .Jar.cl Travell, rcr>onat phy·
, sician to President Kcnne_dy.
Dr. Trm ell giYe a nod o[. ; ~P·
I proval lo the woman who .Ptr·
l forms her household chores
1 s'owly. calmly and with fre·
qucnt r-cl'inds of rest. S h e
isn't impres>ed with the· wo·
man who roils up her sleere!
and attacks housework wi!h ;;
grim determination to get as
much done as fm't as she can.
:But sound as her actYice is, Dr.
I Travell won't he able to s~\1
1 it to lhe eager beaver hoUS2· ·
. keepers who pride themseh·es
on how last they can work or
how hard they have to work. ·
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used to complain about standing over a hot sto1·e al) .day
and who were fond of quoting
the old lin~ that a .• "woman's
\\ ork IS ne\ er done.
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X ow that modern home , eqmp·
ment has cased their work
thcv could slow their pace .
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But they d?n't w.ant '?· They
get their JOh·sah~fachon out
of working fast and furiously
and then talking about how
hard thev work and how ex·
hausted they arc.
If their husbands timidly ·imply
that perhaps they are making
a harder job of housework than
it need be, they say indignant·
[\' "I just wish you would try
taking over my j o b lor a
week."
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So if they won't listen to their
husband<-thev
aren't like!..• to
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lt'sten to an ·expert of their
own sex. Wailing about .how
hard thev work does more tc
build up· their egos than pac·
1.n,~ them•.·' el,·es so that a.r"_, t h f
da"'s
• end thev. arc relaxea anc
re~ted instead o[ "dead heal.'
It's a rare woman who ~ct!
as much satisfaction out pf do
ing housework easildy .? 6 01
working herself to eat h.
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account" r e ally exists in er, if necessary, for a better names. Savings accounts of·
France. For i! the Frenchman price. She always buys fruit ten are started for son or god·
always seems to be eating, in season.
child at birth.
drinking or making merry, his One mother of seven indulges Withdrawal can be made im·
little woman is busy cutting her family in steak or a beef mediately and without notice
corners to put enough money roast only on Sunday a n d and generally there is an ad·
in the bank lor that proverbial holidays, She says that she vantagcous rate of interest.
buys the cheaper cuts on week· Workers. children and the midrainy day.
As a result, 14 million French days and makes them up into dle classes, who make up the
citizens in a nation of 50 mil· attracti\'e dishes. She says vast majority of the savings
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lion now have savings accounts 1 there is a considerable differ· bak depositors, have socked When n man arranges to mee
of at least two dollars or as ence when you're !I'Ugal. The away 1.74 billion francs-a sum a woman in a public place h•
much as $2,000, the I e g a l diffe-rence goes into the savings equal to one third of the na- should arrive f i v e "minute
maximum.
The a v e r a g c bank.
ahead o! time.
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amount of a savings account is The French woman also is frugal
about clothes if she is a lower
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Noth·
Each week, or month, or year, ing is wasted and she points
French housewives have to with great pride to potholdcrs
swim up-stream against the that are remains of a w o r n
tide, to get that money in the summer dress.
b a n k. Everything a b o u t Once she has the money in hand,
Fnmce .would. seem to defeat her life becomes easiet·. She
the !mmly trymg to he frugal.
r~n ope~ a sav.in~s account
Strangers consider the cost of 1 Without f1rst obtammg the conJiving very high, particularly 1 sent of her hus.hand as she
when they watch Frenchmen would lor an ordmary bank ac·
wine or bee£. Even though
consume large amounts or
France is the leading win e
producer, it still must import
foreign wine to meet the vast
local demand. Although the
c a t t l e trade is flourish·
ing, steaks and roasts must be
imported, b e c a u s e many
Frenchmen are finicky and will
ignore everything but the best
parts or the cow.
Good !ood tastes even better out o£ doors, and broiled
That's what mama's up against.
roast corn on the cob nrc two fpvorites for a surnm,ertime 1~~t;fr~;J
Tabasco, the spicy llQWd red pcp~r seasoning,
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when used in a steak marinade and a butter sauce to
w i d e range of blues, tans,
grilled meat and hot cooked com.
greens, black and white and an When introducing your
Porterhouse, sirloin, rib or shell steaks are good for _out<!oor 1
band, use his first name or say
interesting silver lone, as well
broiling,
and the flavor and texture of the less expensive
"my husband."
as Mara maroon, an original
such as round and chuck steaks will be improved if they're
marinated beforehand. Allow % to 1 pound of steak per penon. 1 ·
red.
The fabrics, too, arc exclusively
Steak Marinade
woven in patterns that are
% cup salad oil
V.. teaspoon thyme
t o n c-on-t o n e or in simple
YOU All
14 cup lime or lemon juice
1 bay leaf
weaves. In many instances,
.lh cup red wine vinegar
lfz teaspoon salt
DRIVING BLIND!
l teaspoon dry mustard
the design is woven into t h e
'!. teaspoon Tabasco
1 medium onion, chopped
fabric. Pure silks, foulards,
twills and herringbones are n·i
Blend salnd oil and lime or lemon juice in shallow bowl; stir
remaining ingredients. Put steak in marinade. Let stand 5
eluded,
Clr overnight; tum once. Yield: Enough for 1 4-pound steak. .
A good tie is a wise investment,
Never cook steak directly over flames-start your fire about
for it not only looks smart
hour before you plan to cook the meat and let the charcoal '
when new but retains its beauty
down to a bed of glowing coals. Plnce the steak on a Hw'h,J .. t
through many dry cleanings.
l!reased rack about 3 inches from the heat, allowing about
There's no need to throw It
iites per side if you like it rare. To test for doneness, make a
away when it becomes soiled.
cut ncar the bone with a sharp knife.
If you want to be certain that
A SCIIBOned butter sauce is delicious spread over the cooked steak
your .gift tie is worn proudly
and brushed on ,the com.
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!or a long time to come, and
TAha!Jeo. Butter
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you
fail
to
observe
far
not tucked away on a rack, try
.lh cup (1 stick) butter
Vz teaspoon Tabasco
· choosing a tie that sports his enough ahead to avoid any type
2 tablespoons lime or lemon juice
of
accident
Rituation
which de, I
hobby or profession for all the mands immediatl! defe111ive drivbutur;
stir
in
other.
ingredients.
Brush
over
broil~ at¥k
Melt
world to see. It will be receiv- iDg U!ctica.
and hot com on the cob. Y1eld: Enoush for 2 4·paund a~ or
ed ·'with enthusiasm and ·worn
1 dozen ears of corn.
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PARIS !NEAl - Mamm's bank
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Shopping For · Him
Maine Delight Hobbies and
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and Mrs.
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ShirleY
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town. Will
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gives a bracing taste to butlcrmtlk pan·
ts in this ~Iaine recom mcndatton lor fine eating,
Ql. loh,trr 'aur•
manners
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2 tablespoons cornmeal . . . ·
~t:a:,ce Lod~e on Lake Combine first 4 ingredients, mix·
• twsoR
· ;~ ~lain~. we relished
in~ well. Sift remaining in·
times' buttermilk
gredients together and add to
!ffilthmd in :\Iaine first mixture. Fr~· on greasecl
, ~uce. The lake was
griddle, o1·er moderate heat,
c.ean ll;d calm, and turning when batter bubbles.
~se the Longfellow
Remove to hot platter when
Blue ~Iaine skies
brown on ·both sides. Serve
~Iaine weather
with Lobster Sauce.
this well led exper. Note: Packaged pancake mix
11aro
may be substituted I! desired.
ld· E. Sel'erance
l\IAISE LOBSTER SAUCE
hole[ and restau: •
(Yield: ·3 to 4 servings)
~ale the
recipe, l 2·pound lobster, botled
•n it except the
\4 cup butkr, melted
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1 tablespoon cooking sherry,
GRIDDI.E
(nptlona()
IT'IIJ4. CAKES
1 tablespoon nour
~It to 15 pancakes
1 cup cream
'It Qdlng nn 5IZe)
2 egg yolks, well beaten
!It 'til beaten
14 teaspoon salt
·lit : 111111 mla! buttermilk 11. teaspoon cayenne pepper
~llllllk
II. teaspoon grated nutmeg . ·
Slice lobster meat into t h I n
~~ttr' melted butter
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slices, keeping claws whole as
garnish if desired. Saute In
~utter 3 or 4 minutes over low
neat. Sp~lnkle with flour. Add
sherry (optional> and cream
· A~d egg yo!ks and seasonings;
slir until thickened.
Note: Canned or frozen Maine
lobster may be substituted
for the fresh,
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hobby and professional ties.
DY HELEN HENNESSY
When a woman selects a man's
tie, he must hide In a corner
when he wears It-so goes a
tired cliche. But one n c w
group of designer ties will
d 1· t
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prove the ol say ng 0 be a se.
If you know a man well enough
to be familiar with his interests
and hobbles these t!e& are a
sure bet to' win his approval.
It has been 8 a 1d that a man
somellmes wears his heart on
his sleeve.
Well, lo·day he
can produce a more visible
clue to what he's really like by
wearing his hobby . on his tie.
Doctor, lawyer, golfer, angler,
photographer, even gambler,
WARSAW (APl-Sovlet astro- they've all been Included.
naut Yurl Gagarln arrived here For example, no motorist could
Thursday to help celebrate Po· resist either of the two, ties de·.
algned especially for him.
land's national day Saturday.
hus-~
days with a new
of
One deals with sports cars in
which a miniature Jaguar, a
Parsche, and a Mercedes Benz
race over the frontispiece. The
other features antique carsa Model·T Ford, a Stutz Bear·
cat and a Stanley Steamer. ·
Not even the stock market is
· neglected. The ticker tape is
very much much in evidence,
as is the bull and the bear,
with the Inevitable graph com·
pletlng the design, These ties
will .enchant anyone dabbling
in the market, whether he is a
trader, speculator or modest
Investor.
For\ the outdoor chef, there is a
"cook·out" Ue, complete with
smoking frying pan and bar·
bccue accessories.
Color plays an important role in
these designs, There is a
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who reccnlly celebrated his 75th
birthday. 1\lr. Whiteway is a re·
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PERSONALS
1\liss Lillian ll'any Reception- tired A.N.D. Co. contractor and
The following were in town ist at Lewisporte Clinic, ~pent his many friends wish him many
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shopping on Thursay fast from her holiday week end visiting more years of happy retirement.
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Laurenceton·.·
with relatives at Clarenville.
1\lr. R. Sheppard recent Bank
The United Church at Loon
Messrs. Earl Telford, W~Jlacc
Ray Ivany, son of Mr. and "•t anagcr• R0 ya1 Bank 0 r Nova
i I Ba)' is a scene of actil'lty at Potter, Reg, Telford, 1\trs. Jack Mrs. Gordon Ivany has joined Scotia, has been transferred to
' ' present, and judging by the Hussey and daughter Rowena. the staff of the Bank of Nova a similar position at St. John's.
. • number of boys and girls seen
Mr. R. Poole from the Canadian
, i ~ 011 the grounds on 1\londa)' even· illr. and .Mrs. Arch Lidstone. Scotia here.
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Mr. E. B. Cozc from Hillgrudc
Bill Hodder and Donuld tvany
mn an us arrtl'e as r.
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must
be
practically
filled.
Sheppard's
successor
· · Misses Ruth Tillman, Belt" was in town over the week end. spent last week end at Stephen·
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JllcCologan and Miss Wellington Campbellton was in town on MacKay.
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tual needs of the groups under nd Tl 1 H0 dder P nt the pr ss 51.nccrc thanks ar•" •opl'e· a.nd this is his first visit hack
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all were enjo)'ing same im· long wee en~ at Stephen Ill e. elation to the various org~niza. ~~nceil 1 oug 0 ~ Y Yea~s ~dl •
mensel)·. The grounds are beau· ·Ver?on and Bill arc on the staff tions who held parties and gave
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tiful with the salt water and ?r Steers Wholesalers. Audrey gifrts in their honour also the recall every mch and corner of
/Is on the staff of S. ~· Fonvard many friends who ga~e· person· the old town, ~nd although it
10\' e)\·· be.ach ncarby' and 1ar•e
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& Son and Thelma 1s on the a! gifts prior to their leaving. has change~ 1m!'lensely, M_r.
forest of trees on the camp ~1te 1 t ff f S H0dd
The Budden family who spent Moyles c~n str11 pomt out the ? tl
to ~[ford shelter from the. s~m·l s ~lis~ Al~a y 0 ~~;g who is in many years here will take with landmarks. He reports. nurw.g
It rs under>tood a. ~~~gc dtm~rg charge of dry goods dept. at them pleasant memories of the past 41 ~:cars s~~ndm.g holt·
halt and d.ornutor~ 11111 \Je bUilt I S. ~'. Forward & Son is present· friends and look forward to days at l'artous Clhcs ~n the
there du_ru~g .tire pre_s~nt nar.! ty confined to bed with a throat mnny happy holidays spent at U.S.A. an~ a~l acr~ss c.anada,
and. sub~cr1ptu~ns !1.11 c been 1 infection. Her many friends the old home lawn. The many but no holnla~ .b.r~ueht hrm the
commg Ill dur~n~ present ye~r hope she will soon be back to friends of the Budden family pleasure .or Vl~lltng the old
fo_r same, but rt IS hot>ed the~c, work.
wish them every success in their home to11n agam and he won·
::•~I he ~~any ~ore ~~·ho ."'.111 i 1\iiehacl Hobbs, Gordon Wool· new home and will be long re· dcr~ why he sp~~t so. long a
" 11 ~ ~reel .. to tlu~ wm th 11 lule I frey, Ross .Jacobs, Reg Fifietrl membered hy their many fr!Cnds per.rod he~ween vtslts. Hrs. moth~ru~ec~. fo1 ~.he 'lout h. of _the and R;ty Abbott spent the long in Lewisporte.
e~ rs .burred here. ~.n?. hts Dad OFFICERS OF THE GRAND L.O.B.A. LODGE OF NEWFOUNDLAND
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It !s understood the mamage soon from Toronto.
j Sessions. Sitting left to right:-R.W. Rachel Goulding, Deputy Grand Mistress; M.W. Hilda Ford
th~re. Loon Bay 1~ a bcautltul: :llichacl's brother Ernest "llns· of M1ss Doro.thy Fudg~ and ~r.
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nrl'ds for a happy holiday and, Sprin~dalc. 11 is understood tak.e place at St. • ~lntlhcw s week end at Sprmgdale. guests White, Grand Mi~tre~s; R.W. Gladys Cooml:
Past Grand Mistress; M.W. Edith Puddister. Past·
thr lorcly beach an~ salt ~~·ater I they had a ,·ery hapt>l' holiday Umtcrl Church r~n 1-rrday, July or !llr. and Mrs. Frank I;ayt~. Mistress of the Crystal Orange Lodge of Brit
\me rica <Jr Past Grand !viislress o[ the Pro\'.
~dds to the attractwn: 'I herr: and all have resumed their l'ar.l 7th. Congratulatrom.
Th.ey all" motored to Kmg s B.A. Lodge of Newfoundland. Standing, left
~ht:-R.W [arian Gushue. Grand Lecturer: R.\1'.
are so many small qlH(•t ~pnts · ious duties again.
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TI:e S.A. Home L;acue of Pmnt on ,unday.
\"h1'te, G1·a1'd Cl1apla1·11', R.W. Evel,\.'n Lush.
•,ty Grand Treasurer,· R.W. Lilt'.' \' . . Je\\'et·.
of h~auty rn (lUI' 1slann homr.'
, Leii'ISporte held therr annual
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::!cretary: R.\V. Opal Boone, Deputy Grand
rd. and we ~ometimcs ;::o to the· sncl'l•ssful in her commercial Tuesday of this week. Tl;ry had Bay, ):Uests of Mr. and Mrs. Edith Peach, 3rd Grand Auditor: R.W. CassiO! Jlackwoocl. Grand Junior Deputy; R.W. Jco:,;ie
hi: citic; to return unmtcd. i course last ~·car at Prince of a hot dinner cooked which all ll!ichael Hearn.
Grand Auditor R.\V. Dorothy Locke, Grand Secretary; R.W. Gertie Hill. 1st Grand Auditor: and R.W.
Best wishes arc extended the 1 \\'ales has joined the office those who attended said was
Heartiest congratulations ar~:
workers of Loon Bay camp for ~taff of Steers Wholesalers. delicious. The day was fine, extended 1\lrs. and Calvin Layte Seaward, Diredor of Ceremonies.
closing. another :>1
A \'cry succe>~ful and co·opera· · Congratulations and good wishes and the afternoon and evening on the birth of a baby boy to
Scout, Char!ic C
ti1·c season of campin;::.
Kay.
a very enjoyable event.
1\Irs. La~'lc on Tuesday at Bani·
the Provmce
ing l\!cmorial Hospital, Gander.
Charlie, a six!·
The following were guest i of
QueE·n Scout from
Mr. and 1\lrs. Thomas While·
rdeased one of
way during the past few da~·s.
lllJlimb<Jrce_ balloons.
Mr. and Mrs. Facey of Twi!Jin.
Assist
gate. Mrs ..Josephine Evclei~h
CtJmmissioner,
of Grates Cove. Mr. and illr<.
Colbc·urne was gi
Wesley Budgell of Corner Brool;
~I ~~ent:Jon for his ser
and ~Jr. and ~Irs. Kenneth Gill
Jamboree by :llr.
of Bntwood.
He was a Sub-c.
1\lr~. Elizabeth Ford of Barr'd
the camp.
Islands was a recent l'isitor
~hone brightly
here, guest of her daughter
green parade field
ll!rs. Harl'ey Whiteway.
Scouts dressed in 11
Mr. and ~Irs. Clem. Old ford
Scuut stetsons,
are presently at Port Blandford
short pants.
on holidays from where they
clllsing remarks
will tour different towns in
expressed the
East Newfoundland. J\lr. Oldford
the word or Can1
is in the train service of C.N.R.
should be s~
1\lr. Dawe White who worked
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tired last week, and is succeedand then it
ed by Don Marlin. l\lr. White
Scouts turned
during his period of sen·ice has
podium and to
been l'ery efficient in his work.
of So Long It's
and has won the respect and ad·
Know You. they
miratiun of all. He is also a reaway from the
turned veteran having seen ac·
live service during World War
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day in town last week from St.
.Tohn's making arrangement for OFFICERS PROVINCIAL GRAND ORANGE LODGE
the furnishing of a home rect•nt·
ly purchased at Embree. l\liss : GANDER-The above officers of the Pro\·incial GTand Orange Lodge of Nc\\'foundland. 11-cre
Newman also has a home at St. I Gander, on July 18th, 1961. Front row left to right, R.W. R. J. t Bob 1 Smith. Grand Secretar:·: R.W.
.Tohn's but plans spening srnw: W. Butt. Grand Chaplain: M.W. George Warren, Deputy Grand !\'laster of the So\·ereign Grand
lime during the years at F;m·~· British America. and also immediate Past Grand Master of the Prm·in::ial Grand Oran·~c Lodge o!
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R.W. John Norman, Grand Master: R.W. William Moore. Deputy Grand Master: R.W. Eric Pomero~·.
Tllr. Clyde Penney employee f Deputy Grand Master; back row. left to right:-R.\V. Maxwell Rowe. Ass!. Grand Secretar~·: R.\V.
C.N.R. recently retrned to duty Crewe, Grand Marshal; M.W. Willis Whi!e. Deputy Grand Lecturer of the So\·ercign Gnmrl
at C.N.R. Station after spend·· British America. and also Deputy Grand Lecturer of the Grand Oran:~e Lodge of N[Jcl.: Fl.\\' D. R.
ing holidays at his former home I
at ~lusgra1·etown. 1\lr. Penney Grand Auditor; R.W. H. N. Pierc~·. Grand Audilor.-D:.~ily News Photo. G<mdcr Staff.
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Dr1ve the model you prefer - and. you'll KNOW why
over a million 1\linors have been sold. Twelve montl1s
warranty and backed by B.lii.C.-Affording comprehen·
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MAY WE. ARRANGE A TRIAL RUN'?
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Board of C.Jii.R. train scrl'icc
Last year :\orway ranked as could cnsity resull.
men o[ the t I · 110 :io:l '·
were called in to St. .John's on ;
Canada's >CI'enth lar;,;csl export
Since the Export Tr~.dc !'I'll· fercncc l!!n r <1:rcrrl 0"
Monday evening, presumably to i
market. writes ~1. B. Bursey. motion Conference held at Ot· the points 111 a. lt;t d
resume work.
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1\lr. ,Jim Roberts is building II
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conference whirh began
from Indian Islands and will it cers from the Eastern Com· t por s to. ?rwa;. Ill " o a e 1 e_ s, o -ug wa) .rae c
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is understoo'd resl'de h r · · d
p attetJdcd 1 $62.4 mtlhon and they rose to rwrs, leather, dr~dock repaus: - - ·e e 111 man
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for Norweg1an
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As a result of the almost com· and some cotton textiles, suede machme~ "110 aln rlin'
1\Ir. Bridal. has accepted a the Bedford Ranges. ~n charbe plcte relaxation of import con- and leather jackets, wallpaper,
Canadrans r.\pll - 0~~· 1
position as Cook at L w Pel· of the group were lila] or H. A. trois Canadians now have an electric household rcfri•erators products slwuld ~e!l ·i·
ley'_s Hotel. It is u~dcr~tood Staples from St. John, N.B., · oppo~tunity to increase their and deep.frceze units, belectric sider the po.<>~lnht:~! r ·
Mr. Bridal's family will arril'e Lt. L. Allen, Lawrencetown,l sales to the Norwegian market ranges and other electric house- wa~· as an outl~t. ;o d
soon to reside here.
I N.S.,, and Lt. E. V. Moores, St. ' in competition with similar pro·' hold equipment, botanical crude raw and srmt-fl!ll> 1e
John 5•
ducts from other countries I drugs fibreglass woven fabrics 1 products and
Mr. and Mrs Norman . ForCompetitions .
states 1\!r. Bursey. If Canadia~' and r~vings for reinforced plas-, equipment. as well 11
ward, daughter .Judy, Mr and
The Cadets took part m the manufacturers and exporters at- tics bathroom scales automo·l
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Mrs, · Hedl ey Pow~ 11: daug ht crs s·1mmon ds Kenne.dy, Brown tempt to take advantage of this tive' hardware product>,
' battery:. vanetv· o rotl,u 01
Y\onne and Caroline left on; !llacDonald, Stanfield l\Ierch· opportunitv increased sales chargers, airport snow.remOI·al' Bursev t•otwiude~.
Monday Cor a tour of New· ants and Navy competitions. It
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foundland. They will visit St. was the first competition shoot
.Tohn's and points on the Avalon for the Cadets and all made a
Peninsula.
very creditable showing. They
!~e many friends of Mrs. will spend several weeks on
WI!! tam Osmond who underwent the "Ranges" in Aldershot
maJ?r bowel surgery at Grace Camp sharpening their sights
Hos1tal St. John's recently will on the competitions to be held
~e glad to lea~n. she. is improv.l at Connaught Ranges in Otta·
mg. Her cond1 Iron Js as good I wa early in the month of Auc·
as can be expected. Just how ust. The scores in the several
suc.cessful the surgery was re·.f competitions were generally
mf ~ms to be ~e~~· but her above average and many of the
n.ends are. thmkmg of her Cadets were included in the
darly, and w1sh. her a speedy re- money winners.
covcry and return home
Bailey Hlghe&t
Mrs. Lydia' Young wlio was
confined to her home for sel'·
The highest score was com·
era! days with throat infection piled by Cdt. John Brendan
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woods Limited can sup~!~' AsP w
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NEWFOUNDLAND
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John's, Nfld., with a total of
HARDWOODS LIMITED, Asphalt to Construction CompanieS for P,,
498 out of a possible 550. The
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second place was awarded to
ville, has been producing the high- Garider and Stephenvi!le 0~ 1 ~
Frederick Joseph LeGere, Min·
to, N.B. Other high scores
est quality Asphalt in North Am· small as the drivewavs 10 fro 1
were Cdt. Laurie Wm. Zinck,
erica .•. Asphalt that can be readv private homes. A \'ailable toot"~·~.
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205 Mulgrave Park, Halifax,
for immediate shipment in a matter liquid Asphalts for seal . coa :.
N.S. · Cdt. Stanley Tavernor,
of minutes. 78 hot in coil insulated priming and dust pre\·cntJon a;ar.Channel, Nfld.; Cdt. Garno.t
tank cars can be shipped with Asphalt emulsions • , • all gu
Messer, 75 Reid Ct., Frederic·
ton, N.B., and Cdt. Brunswick
Asphalt to any railway point in the teed by ...
Stears, Lancaster, N.B.
province.
Newfoundland Hard·
Good Day .
'fhe meet was held in almost
ideal weather. The Cadets
Jived at Windsor Park and the
trip to and from Aldershot
Camp was made in army bus·
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sECTION II
ST.
SECTION II
25 1961
NFLD., TUESDAY,
Officially
Closes
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Before It Rains
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1 afternoon. The scene was the
· n,\:\liES .-I radio shack, whe;e the movie
. Thr Third Canad1an : makers had previously record·
:~·-rndtd late . Frid~y j rd ·~ohn Staples from ~ander
· 11111 J 111 arch1~1g d1s·\ sendmg a !l'essage to h1s par·
(Jnadian t.uards, rnts. The SIX other Scouts who
of awards for 1 took part were Tom Sutton,
. during 1hr ri"CIIt,l Grand Falls, Ralph Laskey, St.
, ··•' mr;;a~r h)' the! ,1o1m's, Bill Alcock, Grand
~:'~"i:' (ommi;;ioncr L.) Falls, Steve Parsons, St. John's,
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i Hunter Stentaford, St. Jolin's,
. • ~ 011 1; dw>rd in and the Editor of the Scouting
Jam borer uniform : Trail.
The fourteen second shot
, the pmdr ~rounds
·..'· r..Jtion·lridr camp was concerned with the Gander
" 1 prnrd on))'. >crcn Scout talking on the short
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11 3:00 111 the wave set and the other six
.rnt canadian (;u~r~ Scou.ts standing around him
. . 1 30 mlllUil' rxlulll· · lookang on.
· .. .,•·,n' ,,n tht· ma111: The fifteen minute film, he·
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· .\·.urd; ior archery. ' (li\11)' will be in full colour and
1hr Jlonanw CI'Cntually will be seen in every
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· SCOUTS EAT AT CIIATEAU
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);inc more Newfoundland
111 ~ a m•·mllt'r of 1 Scouts were the guests of a
~•a" r1r,t "'d lt•am \!louse .of Commons member at, "lh
I.JMCS Terra NO\,a vrsrted
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•..recently one hundred of the
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thr awanl 11'111·, a speCial dinner Saturday afler- 1 VI en :I
St. Johns
. Suchan; ~n•ul ~ras: n_oun. The Scouts from Grand crew members donated blood at the Canadian Red Cross blood depot. In
<•:r rn•m t_hr I ro·, ~_ails, Bo~wood •. Buchans and photo are !left) ABRP L. Capon of Winnipeg and ABW C. Decker Seal Cove
;e;c:•r, ;pr,·1al ""ard I t:andcr dmerl w1th !II.P. Mr. White Ba .
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· ~;NIL t'harlh' l"uc.: noon and returned to the Con· ! ~he Bona~z~ Mine where tests! returning home.
:hr J'rol'i<ll'C un ' naught ranges at 3:30 p.m.
m recogmhon of sounds and '
. L'harhr. a .<ixlcen
The nine Scouts were John animals tracks, Kims Gane and DISPLAY SCOUTING SPIRIT 'I
· Qmn Scout trom Sl. Sutherland John staples and orientation were given, swimNewfoundland arrived at the
:w rrlwrd onr of tl1e Derek Cooper of Gander, Bruce ming tw~c~. during the ~am· v.ast Connaught Ranges campballoon;..
Bishop. John
John
'I'ISitmg the
s!te and set up the first Con·
srofoundlanrl :\;mlanl 1 Guy and Tom sutton of Grand Fmt A1d and Cons~rvall~n diS· ! hngent tents on July 5th, Sun·
Commissioner. ~lr.l Falls, Roy Young from Bot· plays, and collecting 1osects • day, July 16th., the Newfound·
"CIRCLE OF DECl~PTION"
(/!!x>urnc 11a; ~il·rn ~ wood, and Don MacDonald from and shrubs and taking part in ! land Scouts were again the
WITH
BRADFORD
· :r:tion !or h~> ;m·ice i Buchans.
team sports.
! only ones on the campsite. Bul
DILLMAN
!i:::borrr hy ~Jr. :-<ic· I It was the third time that
Man)' of the Scouts at the , on the latter occasion the
Ht wa< a Suh·ramp ~ :'-lewtoundland scouts had din· Jamboree allaincd the Adven·. friends made and t'1e good
ramp.
, rd with members of Parliament lure Award, but Newfoundland 1 times experienced were just
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1:;;:.tt.r ;hone
hri~hll.t· on : in Ottawa. Previously the Cor- I had one of the highest troop i me!l'orics, whilst the former oc- \ The sorrow and th.u~der .of ·
~rrn parade field fill· : ncr Brook Scouts and the St. percentages m numbers won cas10n heralded lhe beginning ! w~r, the dark and br1th~nt mdrcmrl in while .John's scouts had eaten in the per Troop. ,
: of the Jamboree.
tngue of love and espiOnage
Stout slrl;ons. and l'arliahentary Restaurant.
_A Grand Falls Scout, .Jo~n , As on the first Wednesday under the shadow of the Ges~:lr ;horl pants.
Hlll)'ard was the fmt Seoul m ; in July, the Newfoundland tapo . ·.. these are the for~es
:.< clo; n~ remarks the .
AnVENTURE AwARD
the Jamboree to win the Ad- ; Scouts again SunN!y displayed !ha~. ~u1ld suspense. a~d .~ens10n
\::d r1pm<cd the de·
WINNERS
venture Award.
: lhe true spirit of the .Move- m Ctrcle of D.eceptwn , 20th.
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1~ K~ow You. the)' walk· 1boree as a means of getting the on the Connaught Ra g
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Sunday mght Newfoundland Underground heroism in the
· away from the par· Scouts to participate in the var· site after midnight Snatcusrdcaaymp pulled away from the Con· days just before the invasion of ·
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camp.
le eparture of 2,904. Bo,y
of producer Tom Morahan's
The requiremen!s set down Sco1~ts began before Fr~day s
WHITEHORSE, Yukon (CPl keen understanding of love unfor the award included taking cl.osmg and by 11:00 Saturday A new $25,000,000 Canadian Na- der stress. Audiences will recall
~: Stouts from the pro· ; part in· a "skit" at a campfire, mg.ht only ·?•:e Alberta Tr~op tiona! Telecommunication mic- his sensitive handling of the
;! Xewroundland in the eating with a Seoul from anoth· wh1e was Walhng transportation rowave system that will give delicate romance in an earlier
in the cr part of Canada, going to the west bound train, were NORAD headquarters in Color· 20th Century·Fox feature 'Sons
Fridav 1through the obstacle course still on the campsite besid~ the ado Springs an extra 2'.~ min- and Lovers"
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left before mid·night and the I lack from the north was opened War II, young Canadian offi·
1Newfoundland Scouts remained I here Sunday by Prime Minister cer, Captain Paul Raine tBraduntil late Sunday night before Diefenbaker.
ford Dillman), training at a spy
school in England, becomes the
"guinea pig" in a daring plot
to outwit the Nazis now in con·
trol of occupied France. His
I intelligence chief, Captain Tom
I Rawson (Harry Andrews), a
ruthless and calculating mili' tary mind, conceives the idea of
equipping him with false in·
formation, sending a spy into
France, allowing him to be captured and "broken" by the
enemy, Whatever the enemy
can torture out o[ him will be
i a lie in any case, and if the
Nazis act· on his "confession"
they will walk into an Allied
trap.
It is beautiful Lieutenant
He exp
million dollars.·•• but they
Lucy Bowen (Suzy Parker) who
sent him a doll instead
is chosen to interview Captain
Paul Raine and to decide whetVUL
her he is a man likely to
"crack", though not too easily.
She okays him for the assign·
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men!, but, already in love with
him, is torn with conflict be·
cause Raine must become a
NOEL
human sacrifice in the cause of
Allied victory.
Taken prisoner almost im-1
mediately, the stunned Raine,
who has no idea that he is
carrying false data, is subjected
to nightmare cross-examination
by Nazi Captain 1\!ax Stein (Rob-,
ert Stephens} and his henchmen.
It is a torture sequence lii!Pre· .
\ cedented in film history for its I
1 brutal realism. Raine tries to
1comnit ~uicide rather than re·
' veal what he knows. Then, fail·\·
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tells the 1
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self for his weakness, sure that
he has betrayed his own people. 1
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:nd White to two r1
five hits.
ward. who \~as char
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the G~a~ds in their lo!
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in the fifth as L
reached second o~
error by second
Warr and
to score as Bill AI
1 double ~o l~fl . ce
patricians ued 11 m
15 Bill :\Ialone si1
went to second as c
Rollie Spnrrcll hoi
~Ialone came in
run as Aus Than
to left.
proved to be the
came in the eigh1
and Gold as
singled, stole S<
the winning r
Walsh singled.
threw e1·en
had in the ninth
to tie the game.
opened the ninth 1
to right, but was c
Spurrell hit inl
fielder's choice.
pinch hitting for
then walbcd.
hitting coach
struck out for tl
out. Dave Ward then
fill the bases and
poked a groun•
hole that looked Iii
hit. but Irish
Aus Thompsor
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and flip to Mike
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b3seball league Friday night
St :Mike's exploded with five
home runs to batter the Guards
ten to fh·e.
. ~lallhews the first batter of
':the game greeted Roy Mercer·
... vdih a homer to set the pace
for his team mates. Guards
· came back in the bottom of the
·.third to tie the game. Reg Ryan
'homered in the fifth to give St.
Mike's a two one lead only
· to hal'e Guards tie the count
in the bottom of the sixth. In
the. seventh inning with two out
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double, Guards elected to wAtch
AI Edwards a lert handed bat·
ter to get at Reg Ryan who
bats right. Ryan then deposited
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a 'one and one pitch over the
left.· field fence for three runs.
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eighth with one out, Terry Jes·
seau hit a solo over the right
cel1ter field fence. Lewis went
to second on a two base error to
Da.we on third. Matthews got
on as Pargery bobbled his
grounder. Goulding threw. wild
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hold the ball. Dawe scored on
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Feildians senior baseballers
In the only game at the
will hold a work out tonight Churchill Park diamond the
at the Felldian Grounds at 7.00. Airdales edged out the Rams
13·10. Dave Parsley was the
The Guards senior and jun· winning · pitcher while Dave
ior soccer squads will hold a Alexander was tagged with the
practice tonight at the Ayre loss. Des Murphy was the big
Athletic Grouns at 7.00.
batsman as he hit the first
home run and added a double
and a single.
BANNERMAN PARK
In the first game at the
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bannerman Park diamond the
Probable pitchers for today's Pepsies defeated the Senators
major league games, won and 13·3, Cluney Rideout was the
lost records I parenthesis:
winning pitcher. Dave Wells
· National League
took the loss. Rideout was also
St. Louis fSadecki 7·5l at Chi· the top batter, as he smashed
eago (Cardwell 8-7)
out a homer, triple and double.
Los Angeles (Koufax 12·6) at
In the other Little League
Phllad e I phi a fFerrarese 2·5l game the Tigers whipped the
(Nl
Dodgers 21·10, Wayne Bennett
San Francisco (McCormick was the winner while Don But8·9) at Pittsburgh (Gibbon 8·4l
ler was tagged with the loss.
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In the Babe Ruth game the
Cincinnati (Jones 1·0 or John·
Red
Sox edged out the Braves
son 0.0 l at Milwaukee <Bur2·0.
Ern Biggs pitched a fine
dette ll·lil (N l
two·hitter
to take the win
American League
while
Jim
Wilson
was charged
Chicago (Pizarro 6-3 and Her·
bert 7·8) at New York (Ford with the loss.
VICTORIA PARK
17·2 and Stafford (8-4) (2, Nl
In the first game of the day
Boston fDelock S.5l at Balli·
at Victoria Park the Cardinals
more <Barber 10.8) fNl
Washington (Donovan 6·8l at and the Rockets battled it out
to a 8·8 tie. Cardinals and the f
Minnesota (Kralick 9-Sl fN>
Cleveland (Perry 7·7) at Kan· Rockets used two pitchers. Top
batter for the Cardinals was
sas City lWalker 3-6) (Nl
Detroit Moss! 10.2) at Los Joe Wadden as be went 2 for 3.
Angeles (JI.IcBride 9·5) (N)
Paul Reddy was the tops for
the Rockets as he clouted the 1
fourth home run at Victoria
Park this year.
In tlte second game the Tig.
St. Bon's and Holy Cross ers handed the Reddy Kilowats
will clash in tonight's senior a 10·0 setback. Bob }.teaney
baseball action at the Ball was the winning hurler, while
Park which starts at a new Wayne Herder took the loss.
time for future games, 6.30. John Power was the top batsDon Ryan will probably start man as be lashed out one dou·
on the mound for St. Bon's ble and two singles.
while Holy Cross will likely
TODAY'S SCHEDULE
have George Sorenson .
Churchl!l Park
R. Ryan, B. Wall, W. Crawley, 2.00-Lions vs. Kiwanians.
3.15--T!gers vs. Airdales.
T, J esseau, J. Lewis,
Jlannerman Park
GUARDS-A. Barger. J, Dawe,
10.15--Tigers
vs. Dodgers.
A. Dwyer, N. Knight, B. Giuld·
2.30-Dunlops
vs. Chev.
ing, R. Dawe, 0. Tulk, R. Mer·
•f.OO-Cardinals vs. Dodgerscer, G. Penney, D. Bending.
(Babe Ruth).
Victoria Park
3.00-Sunbeams vs. Cardinals.
Probable Pitchers
TERRY JESSEAU
the third run of the Inning as
the score read eight to five. St.
Mike's continued to hlt.for extra
bases in the ninth as Ryan led
of( with a double. Wall singled
to right. Bending who replaced
Penney threw a perfect strike
home to catch Ryan trying to
score. Wall went all the way
around to third. Crawley hit
a line drive homer to right to
score. the final two nms of the
game. Reg Ryan was the big
man for St. Mike's with two
home runs and a double, Bob
Matthews and Terry Jesseau
had a homer· and double and
Crawley a homer. Dwyer Gould·
ing and Mercer each had two
hits for the Guards.
John Lewis was the winner
giving up five runs on ten bits
and his team committed four
errors. Roy Mercer was the
loser giving up ten runs on
eleven hits and bad seven errors.
St. Mike's .... 100 010 332 10
Guards ........ 001 001 030 5
ST. JI.IIKE'S-R. Matthews, R,
Walsh, L. Murphy, A. Edwards,
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MIL\\'Al!KEE 1.\P
The final get-together for
the Ladles Softball Leaghe
will be held tonight at the
Churhhill Park diamond. All
teams wishing to enter the
league this summer are re·
quested to have a team rep·
resentative present.
The deetlng will get under·
way at 7.00 p.b. and should
not enough representatives
be on hand the softball lea·
gue will be handelled for this
summer.
nati righthander
cruised to his Il!h ·
the help of a IJ.h::
Frank Robinson
as the Reds coo:!d
kee 9·3 in shaping
fil'e-game winninz
Derm Penney vs. Jim Maher.
The l'icton· ·
~:iJ~ Spurrell vs. Herb Davis. place Reds·· 'ia::o~:
lead to two game;
HathyTempleton vs. Judy Cole. Dodgers. The fo''lll
DETROIT ( CP) - Gordie I
Brm·es, who had •::
Howe, who wants to. play 20
outings, dropped .
years in the National Hockey Adams.
back.
League, signed for his 16th sea·
Howe, 33, was the first player Robinson coli!<:~
son Monday after a 10·minute , to sign. Salary terms were not homer. a double a:!
meeting with Detroit Red disclosed but Howe's salary is single in stretching ·
Wings' general manager Jack in the $20,000-a·year area.
1streak to 19 gab!!
Howe Sl•gnS
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MINNEAPOLIS, AP - Min·
nesota Twins catcher Earl
Battey, hit In the jaw by a
Bobby Locke pitch In a game
against Cleveland Indians Sun·
day, won't be able to '!'~ioln the
team for a week to 10 days.
Dr. William Proffitt, club
physician, said Battey will have
to remain in hospital a few
days, He suffered a fractured
facial bone .
Ti~rs
Purchase
Manuel Montejo
DETROIT (AP) - Detroit
Tigers, preSBed for better relief pitching, purchased Man·
uel (Pete) Montejo Monday
from their Denver fa.rm club,
The 2:!-year • old rillhthand·
ed reliever replaces third base
man Steve Bciroa on the Detroit
roSter. Boros fractured hill col·
larbone Sunday and was placed
on the disabled list for 30 days.
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were the top
winners as they c
two hits apiece
had two singles
had a single
l!llffil'~on
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RON FANN
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tive by Ed Roger and Ken Be·
dell opened the rally and a!lcr
the next two batters had been
retired Ron Fann, who has
been red hot of late, lined a
double to score Rogers with
both Bedell and Fann scoring
on Hank Simon's single.
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JACKIE NICHOLS, Poriland, Maine
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JUAN SEBASTIAN
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NEW MISS TORONTO
TORONTO CCPl - Marilyn
McFatridge, 18, an optomilrist's
assistant from Galt, is Miss
Toronto for 1961. The· beautiful
brunette beat 46 other girls at
the 79th annual police games
held at Toronto's Varsity Stadium Saturday, Five feet seven
Inches tall, she measures 34·24·
34 In the vital statistics depart·
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RBOY BATH,. Harbour Grace,- Nfld.
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BILL CAUL, St. John's
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LONDON IAPl - Gertrude,
the London zoo's 5'h·foot-long·
earthworm, is dead, "We don't
think It was eating very well,"
said s r.oo spokesman, "but of
course, it. could have· been old
age." Asked how old the worm
was, t~e spokesman said: "We
don't know, but quite old for a
worm, we think." The · worm
arrived here June 11 from New
York · • It was caught in the
· Colombian Andes.
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Got my fingers crossed for the Dodgen
in the National League. They'll have to take ·
their final series with the Reds in order to
assure a World Series birth. I'll have to go
along with my co-worker, Vic Parsons, and
pick the Yankees in the American League;
How about that 4-3 National League victory
in the All-Star game ! •.. I'll bet on them for
the second game. .
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SPORTS IN SHORT: Russell Grimes is back i1 :
town playing junior and senior baseball for the· Feild ·
ians .•• "Mr. Baseball", Gordon Breen, is" offtanc ':
winging with a .478 batting average ••. Jed Ga.ri)berJ:;
made his first start in over two years for the:~lue : :~
golds Saturday night ••• Stan Breen notche~t'tw• ii:
goals for the Feildians in his first football game ()!. tht! ·.:
year .•• Eli Lee is playing great soccer for·Mc=tJniti
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ed .•• St. Pat's look more like a hockey team t}ian 1 • 1 !
baseball squad on the diamond ... Bob Dowdert:is.l ,
real sharpie on the mound for the Feildians junior: : ·
. .. Frank Ryan is batting well for St. Bon's . . .
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Maunder may repeat as batting champ if
brother, Roger, doesn't beat him to it ... Detro:lt~:Fte(ii(li
Wings hockey camp is due to open September
Mantle, Maris well'up on Ruth's home run recfJl'dH:Ii
I don't think they'll beat it, do you ? Bill
'Ty Cobb's 49 year old record for most hits
.j consecutive double hitters
... ,with 14 hits. · ·_
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LOS ANGELES <APl - Char·
acter actress Esther Dale, 71,
who played in more than· 100
movies, died Sunday In hospital
following an operation. Her
most recent roles were in The
Egg and ·r and Ma and Pa
Kettle at . the Fair. Miss Dale
was the widow of writcr·pro-~
ducer Arthur Beckbard, who
died last ·March. '
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writing sports for the NEWS ••. Welcome aboarc
Bernie.
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The lone Jays run in the
second came when Reg. Dillon
was safe on an error by Red
Cliff first baseman Ken Bowen
and scored on' Gerry Fleming's
double.
John Bambrick was charged
with the loss for the Jays. It
was his second defeat against
six victories. Although being
charged with defeat Bambrick
was the better of the two
moundsmen. He .gave up three
runs on· six hits, walked only
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August 2, will be a big holiday for the people o:
St. John's and visitors as the annual Regatta "take:
place at Quidi Vidi Lake. This is expected to be St
John's biggest regatta with 16 races and the cham·
pionship race carded. William Summers Truckini
crew are again expected to repeat as champions. Witl
the level of the lake very low, the City Council ha:
started dredging operations at the head of the lak•'
while a dam is being constructed at the foot. This ii
in order to raise the leve'! of the water for the bigday
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Doug House
top Feildian athlete, .
runner up to George Neal in last year's.
junior tennis tournament ... is coaching at·
t11e Riverdale Tennis Club. Ray Gallagher,·
who returned to St. John's only a few weeks ·
ago, is among the leaders in the men's diw: ·
vision again this year and I wouldn't be a bit
surprised if he comes out with top honours.
1\farg Hitchens defeated Frances Walsh two
sets to one to take the Ladies singles championship Sunday afternoon ... Congratulations
Marg.
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"Song Without End" intro·
luces Liszt, at 26, at the peak
•[ his fame as Europe's great:st concert pianists, but wantus ~q; abandon the piano in
trdcr tO write his own musical
·ompositions. !tis personal life
s in. tr.isis, too, for he is stif·
cd b)(: the devotion of the
;ounte~ Marie, played by
:;enevieve Page, who had left
' 1cr husband to pursue her af·
"air with him.
on;;. :Concert tour, Liszt meets
he t.i(uuCuJ Capucine, wlio re·
:ognh:cs th11t Lis~t can compose
nusic which will give him more
mduring fame than his greai
•irtuosity as the world's pre·
:minent pianist.
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J~shing, ardent and tormen~ed
nusical genius, while the beau·
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tctress seems assured. The sup·
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ts Countess 1\Iarie, w)Jom Liszt
.tbandon£. Patricia Morison, as
:ieorge Sand, Liszt's friend;
:van Desny, as Capuclne's hus·
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500 13 13 13
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631 533\ 331.1 33\.. + !i
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490
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49
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330 $18lo m, IBlJ T !o
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13' WAlker
521; Eleclrolux
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30'i CANADIAN
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9175 85 B3 85 + 2
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IR1i Con1 Pap
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300 Sl81> 18\i 18\'4 - V.
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2300 JW. u 14
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160
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200 f89li BSll 191; +3~i
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510 8!10 175 130 +5
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1108 74 71 74
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100 $20\> 2010 20\1
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2500 18 11 II + 1
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230 1351', 3~j 35li -I!>
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1100 213 240 210
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16 $47li 47!i 471•
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700 $it 18ll It
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200 900 900 900
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500 315 341 315
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11145 175 170 171 4 Beth Steel
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1900 38 31 3' 1 ·EI Auto ILl
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8.10 163¥.1 631.~ 63\1
511 Stand
500 26 ~~ 26 +1 Geo ElOJl
62'l Std OIINJ
13\i tnt Nickel
365 $81 84 II
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22il.!O !15 ITO 174 +7 Goodyear
43
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2961 795 78.1 78.1 -10 Gt Nor Ry 42\l V~nndlum
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310 Ill II II
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100 27 27 27
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1720 171 164 m +10
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37110 12 61 62
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100 118 11 18 - 14
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1900 3tJ ~ 30
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4000 I
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3440 S11•> II 11\1
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2Jl5 $27 261o 27 + 11
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z60 $12\1 12V. 12\l.
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480 1171> 17;> 17'1.!
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590 $7% 7lil 7%
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17~ 149 1811.! 49 + y,
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950 . $5!1 So/, 5b
100 1110 m 8Yo- ll
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Ro~al l!•nk
414 S761l 1m 761i + '4
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70 IIIli 641; 61\!a
190 $51 . 53~i 54 + 11
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July 21. I,eaving for HaljfiJ.X
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CfiDIIdi~~ fre~s ~lilff Writer
New York
NEW YORK CLOSING STOCJ18
wANTS l\'IEN TO JOIN
Dr The' Auoelatd Pnu
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in Canada
jqi~ed and becam ~
laRder of the Wom 6• I
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In 1~p;ov1ng cil•ic
also J_omed the Red
Dunng the war th
Jived for 3'~ Years e
ton where ~lr
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dwn
Embassy
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shu!fled between "~
Toronto, finally seHii
tawa after a
. n1
Paris where Mr
minister to the· tiorth
Treaty Organization
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young, Mrs. Plumpt;ea
with the Children's :.d ·
and part.ic!l~ated in 1
schoo! .achnltes untn 11 •
she JOmed the con·~~ ·
sociation.
• rr.e~
She is abo on the
directors of the
Service. Agrnr,1. the
lndustnal llc51>n
\ the economics rommitl•
::olational Council of · ·!
years
OTTAWA lCPl-BeryJ Plump·
tre is a tall, silver • haired
woman who at 52 exemplifies
th~ i cl e a II y successful wir~.
motl!er 11nd volunteer welfare
wqrker.
S~e is tl)e n~lional presic!ent
of tiJ~ C!!na4ia!l ASsociatj!ln of
Consum~rs, a ~O,OQQ • member
WO!Jllln's oro~nization w h Q & e
aim is to prqtect, ertucqte aJ!q
represent today's buyers.
Mrs. Plump\r~ cQncer!ls h~rself with streJJgthening tl!e in!lljeqce qf her group in w~at is
a chi!llenging tjJough Ullgi;unorous and qem'!nding jqb.
But I!Je wife of Wynne PlumpIre, CiJnqda's assista11t qcputy
minister of fi!lance, and the
mQther of Judith, 19, and Tim,
17, is an exuberant person who
thrives in her active role.
"I am vitaiJy interested in
welfare work and things affecting the way of life or Canadian
women," the fifth • generation
Australian said in an interview.
Wearing a ·blue silk sheath
dress highlighted hy a wide
white collar, Mrs. Plumptrc explained future plans of the association, formed 14 years ago.
Since assuming t)Je presiTolot ulu: Jndu.lrfal• 50.100 mines dency in January, she has preand ollJ 2491.001.
----sente~ the association's 1•iews in
such areas as the federal inquiries into the automotive and
maga~ine industries and the
trading 1tamps controversy.
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After their !Jll!rrif!ge in Aus
tralia aJ!d arrival in TorPlllo s~e
was ~really influenced by ~cr
motper • in • lf!W, Mrs. Adell!iqe
Flumgtre, wjJo as a member of
city council was greatly intere~!ed in civic and public servtccs.
"I had nc1•er done any rolun
leer work before my marriage
Acnoss
3 "Oood Queen"
4 Shiny fabric
1 Baby napkins
5 Chart
5 Kid's mother
•. 6 Is indebted·
8 Baby'• fint
?Intend!
8 Lays out
12 Region
9 Rip
13 lntilllidale
10 Great Lake
14 Freqch lather 11 liang
15 Endure
19 Horse's gait
16 Vegetable
21 Greek letter
l7 Precipitation
~3 Anltnal fal
18 Place wtthin
25 Trudge
20 Showed
26 Nevada city
contempt
27 Poems
22 CQll)parattve 28 Fasten
~mf11xes
30 Created
24 ~!usical
31 Roman road
direction
32 Decimal units
25 Part of speech 3& ~trike
29 Let in
33 Headed
34 Afternoon
parties
36Cioy
37 Individual!
39 Llsi
~1 Lair
42 Prescribed
amounts
44 Pantries
4Q That Sawyer
boy
48 Pastry
4U Splash
53 Leaves out
57 Theater bot
68 President
Lincoln's kid
60 Sacred Image
61 Employer
62 Uncle Tom's
pet kid
63 Bristle
61 Golf devices
65 Color
66 Dirt eli on
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The assoctahon also would
like to see a cabinet minister
Jtan dl'mg a consumers
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A th
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the faiJ of 1962, modelled after
the international organization of
consumers at The Hague.
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rame economts wll
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Sberaloo
South
Pae
release and
38 Hunting dogs
40 Singing group
43 Toper
45 Death
47 Measuring
device
49 Slattern
u"" agitator. F
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oil-sealed
pump. A prou
LOCOMOTl
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TERMS AVi
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p
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19~i 201'. + '•
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Sperry R
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Std Brnnd
Cont Oil
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Copw Stl
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Sid
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3600 5n
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crane Co
300 63~~ 63~4. 6l14- 1,:,. Sid r;.J
126300 IJ'i 13 43\i
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800 5lliq 51!1 5llil
Pack 3400 j;l il-4 i~l +II
curtin Wr 4900 18\1 IS 18 - li Slud
Sun Oil
400 5~·· 52\i 5211 - "'
1100 51 50~ 5011
neee
7000 !9 93'• 09
Dom'
6800 21!1 2311.! 24\1 + 11 Tt-xacn
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Thlokol
DoijBJU
3900 32ll 32!1 321\
3%00 4:JIII -41;4 ·H',l- 11;
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Dow Chtm 4900 75!~ 75!1 751. • - 1 ~ Un Carh
3700
133 131~4. ll2 1.~ + ~.
Du Pont
31100 %171'. 215 2151l- 1,o Utd Corp
600
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Eool Kod
7400 10I!i lOll> 103 -1 1,1 US
Gyp,
1200 99 91\2 >9 + 31'.:
Eaton Mil 2600 361i ml 35'!1
.woo sg;~ u;4 :~rr.vta 1
US Rubb
El Auto L
700 621l 62\4 62li + •; us
10000 82\2 80 82> i + llo
Sleel
El Puo
Clld~en
Goodrich
Goodyear
Gr PRllt
Grand Un
Gt A P
Interlake
In! BUJ :r.l
tnt Harv
In Nick
lnl Pap
tnt Tel
Johns 1>1
Ktnoocot
Kr,llt '
Kroohler
Marsh Fld
Mortln Co
McKee
Merck
MPJ• Hon
Mlnn Mid
Mlon Ont
Mono~nlo
Mont wrd
Nat Ca1h
N~~ Dill
Nat Gyps
NY CeDI
NY Hll
Nor Pa•
Ohio Oil
Oulb Mar
Por~e Do
Penn !Ill
Phelpo ll
Pbllco
Mor
Pll Platt
Pr"" G~~~~
PuiJIIIIn
RC-'t
Rtpull Sll
Roy Tob
Roral Dot
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WeolhJ El 41900 41\4 10\1 11 t li
10000 3511 34!i 35V. + I> Woolwlh
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158QII 61 . 62!1 6m t 10
5800 IZii am 8211
4000 33\> 321!. 321' -1•;
32200 461' 46\0 45'/o - 'o
,3500 73 7111 71% -m
1000 U 40;1 40V. - \'J
4300 6'1'.0 67 67 + !I
7500
16700
ano
1600
Gt Nor It moo
Gull 011
11000
Hom•tk
2100
llud Bay M 100
PbUip
26~1:
13500
Flresto
Ford
Fnoeh. Tra
Gta nyn
Gen Elec
Gen Fdo
Gen Mllll
GMC
Gtn Tlra
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AMEJIICAN CLOSING StOCKS
m; 42\i 42\1
Br The A11et:laled Prus
37','< 3511 31\i + V.
Amerlcon Stock Exch•nr•-July 21
m; 47!• 48\i + th
txd - Ex·dlvldend, :<T - Exr .llbll,
53¥.1 m~ sm
xw-Ex·warrant.l Net eb,.nce is from
800 23 211• :n~~- ~~ puvtaua diY'• etose.)
3000 41010 417 467 -2
Not
3200 50 191!. 49\i- •t.
5ted:
Salu BJrh Law Clue Cb'Jt:
6900 81% 11'4 81'4 - \1 Anactn
BOO
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7100 31% 3JH 3\\2 +li Bell Pbone I
300 52~i 52\i 52li + %
moo 54l> 54 5yc92 1 Brazu
3800 4ll 4!j m
1800 62 60\V. SOli -110 BA au
•oo ~o 30 3o + ''
3900 8Jli 83 83!1
Br -'tm Tb 2100 m 1113·16 81J.16 -3.16
900 32ll 32'4 32~i + ~1: Bunk Rlll
700 In'~ II!IJ mi + 1,o
300 1214 12 1%14 + 'I< C Pete
1700211-1& 2!> 211·16 +1-16
1300 391'1 39'~ 3911 + '!I Can wmare
500
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6800 35'4 341> 3111- ~~ Con H S
1200 %1\1 2311 2:ilil- '!I
100 29 29 29 - 1> Creole
J!OO 31'!1 3Wo 31\i
31DD am 8.\% 86 -111 Crown CP
200 171o 17 1710
1200 1461> HI\> 145\i + '4 Dev·IIP:~I
1000
'!I '-16 '!I + 1·11
17ll0 7811 7111 78!0 + 10 Domo Pet
BOO
W. 8¥.1 m -3.16
600 31 321'1 321~ + ll El Bond
1700 3210 33\Jj 331'1 t I>
5100 51% 5011 51 + 1 Ford Con
325 ISO 157 160 +71>
&OOo 27% 21
37U _ ... Gld!l4
4500
2'A 2\0 210
1000 sm 95lil 961 + ll'a HoUlnrer
300 25 2510 25% + 'i
5700 1m 2H1 27 - li Imp Oil
1200 43;< 421'1 42;0 - 'A
1700 631'1 63¥.1 63!1 t lil Imp Tob
2000 1111 14 14\l + ll
16PII 16\1 15lj IS
L S~ore
1200 3\i 3
3 - 11
3!00 1\0 Ill Ill
Masuy F
2700 II 10!1 lOll - 14
1900 4!11 4;11 41'4 + 'fi Mead John 1200 185 183¥.1 181
14110 43% 4211 43 , + 14 M01~bl xd
1000 130 128\i 130 +II>
6300 19'!1 Ill) 181)- 11 Min Corp
too 12 12 · 12 + !I
9600 3311 33
33 - v. MoJ7
lOO 33\> 33'A 33% + lil
1100 1211 1m 121!.
Nal Pel
10100 2\1 2 s.t6% s.t6 +\I
!BOO 161i m; 56
NJ Zinc
21110 25Y• !$\> 2m
30002
1 2D'!J 20lt- V. Pac Pete w (00 7'"' 7'tl '7lJto - J,.J
1600 961,4 9~~~ 95~~ -J1..~ Pow Corp
100 5'b2 51'1< ,'!JI>I'• +1
2100 65\'J 6!V. 64Vo -1
Weaton
300 5 9·165 HSS 9-16 + 1-!6
Sher
Wm•
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IJ21h 1321'. 132¥.1 -ll>
Zlllll B&li 1511 llli\1 + ,'fi
12700 39\> 36 36" -4W2 So Ptn 0
1000 33 32!t 33 + \il
JBOO 56% 5611 56!1 - % Std J(T
1200 84 13~· 8311.
76PII 6D 59\1 60\il + m Techoclr
310ll 25!1 2311 25\1
1800 132\2 132 1321'- •,1 Trns Lux
300 6~; ~· m - ~
431111 3ln 311> 3110 + '!o Tr.Conl wl
200 !7\il 3&11 m1- ~
5100 68;1 6711 68 +'I Un GaJ
100 Ill% 111% 19% + ~
490 I
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7.100
11500
i600
7900
1200
SOCOD7
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Kid Stuff
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At next faJJ's annual meeting
her executive will ask delegates
to open association membership
to men "because basicaJJy consumer problems are common to
men and women who make the
deC!SIOns
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also will be asked to double the
$1 membership fee
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Mrs. Plumptre will back propas a Js to . so]'!CI't suppor t an d
more rccru1ts from groups other
th
th
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an
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bracket and to lRJhate a department to test consumer products
to inform the buying public
better
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bachelor of commerce degree
from. the UJ!iver~j~y of Melbourne <!Rd one year's postgraduate work in economics at
Camb r i d g e, Mrs. Plumptre's
Vflried experieiJpe h§s ransed
from private COJ15!1ltinj! to work
as ijssjstant to t4e econo111ist of
the &l!f!k 11f New South Willes.
It was whil~ she W<!s studying
at C!lmbridge thijl she met her
husbaiJd, thell
Pniversity of
TQronto ecpnflmics p r o fessor
lecturing Qverseas.
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' 'l'enn!nal OJI~r;alors
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Wat~r Street
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STEAMSHIP SCHEDULE- JULY 25.
SAILING
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CI!Ss fre~!t h~n~s. Thprc is no
scientifi!l WilY to bid 'ljlost o£
-tilel!l. S~ielitlf!c bidtling is
b11se~ Dll ~v~r~ges ~!ld there
jpat ~ren't eno\IOh fre~k jlands
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'fQppy's h~lld was sent me by
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Plape whell !lcr OrQUP held the
h~nd, We~t di~ not qoubl!l the
slx·heart Cll!ltr;tet, b\lt he plac·
ed' the ace of spades on the
t~bl~ ~lld a sp~dc collti!luation
resulted in a three trick set
which just callcellcd out South's i
150 honors.
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BRANTFORD
It is intcreijUng to specula.tc
nn what would have happened
if West h~d opened his single·
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is ~lca1ninl! white porcelain.
· adtalor. Famous LOCO'[ oil-~raled gearbox. Fast
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By DICK CAVELL.
MEEKLE
LIVEN TH ING51.lP
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WA'S THIS "TRAVE:LI~
5Al£51NIN WHO, BEING
UNAELE TO FIND A ROOM AT
THE l.CGAL.HOTEL.,KN<X'KED
ATTtiEDO::ROf. T!-115
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ton trump and South had run I
off seven or eight hearts. East
and West ·might jllSt have
thrown away enough spades to
give South his contract.
As for the bidding of the
hand I can't really criticize any
bid, but some player with the
South cards might have dou·
bled the five-spade bid.
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The double looks easy
enough now. We arc looking
at all the hands, but as stated
in the first paragraph anyone's
guess is likely to be good with
these unusual distributions.
For more than forty years, LOCOMOTIVE washing machines have
[ten Canada's standard for comparison. The ultimate in· stylin~.
CARD SENSE
romniencc, perfom1ance. LOCOMOTIVE Washin~ 1\lachines
Q-Thc bidding has been:
North East South West
1¥
Pass
2+
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Pass
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You, South, hold:
411K43 ¥2 +AK876 +J543
What do you do?
A-Pass .. You have a mere
eleven high card points and
)'OUr singleton heart Is a dan.
ger signal.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Instead of bidding two hearts
·your partner has jumped to
three hearts. What do you do
in this case?
Answer Tomorrow
rtprmnt rears of engineering research. Their exacting design prolides auni~ue combination of washing efficiency and gentle action.
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Mosquitos are again having
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from having our rights.
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we should get some re~l lijughs
at the bathing beaches this
summer.
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Stlin-Smooth porcelain enamel wb and new super-tough "acrylic"
A bouquet in the front room
sometimes reminds men of the
tnamel are standard on all LOCOMOTIVE washing machines. This
hnnd new linish is so hard that it will remain like new for many ;ears.
Famous ru~ged LOCOMOTIVE gelij'box as~ures a lifetime of value.
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When one of the do.gooders
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to Murgatroid that One Way
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SHAW ST. and TOPSAIL RD
from a distance, the Big Shot
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go for this mug is too way ont ·~
for words," said l\lurgatroid ..
"But you oughta watch this
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kinda thing," said the informer.,
APPLICANCES
"I don't blame One Way for
lookin' twice at Belinda," said
1\lurgatroid. "Not even for
tryin' to move in. She's the I
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smoothest lookin' moll in the
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woild. But she's got too many ·I
Wiring Materi~ls, Wire and
brains. She's got good taste." i
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"I'll admit you're a pretty
Lamps. Switehe~. l,ighline
good catch," said the Do·Good·
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It was noticeable, even to the 1 er, "and Belinda oughta know
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that One Way ga1·e Belinda the Wav's sort of handsome. Any; st\ John's 1:30 ~·
eye, and far from being i.n· ways he ain't got a scar on his
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suited or even cool about 11, face or a crooked nose."
connection at
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Belinda seemed to be handing
l\lurgatroid had an urge to
M.V. :O:onia on Gr:tt
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it back to ?nc \~ay. .
1 rub oout this stool pigeon, but
CROSBIE & CO., Ltd. vice.
l\lurgatro1d nohced 11, but he he didn't want to bother to
Agents for
didn't seem to worry·
clean his gun afterwards and
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LLOYDS.
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white youth as they arrest him after violence flared !
LOW RATES
7.20-Sports
at Rainbqw Beach here 7/16 during a Negro "wade-·
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I"Belinda:s brainy. Sl~e wouldn't1 and charged with inciting to riot and failure to dis- ;
7.35-Wcather Forecast
geL nuttm' by crossm' me for
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7.40-Bob Lewis Show
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punk. Instead of diamonds and
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7.55-Bob Lewis Show
! furs, she'd get lead slugs and
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8.00-Ncws and Weather
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Way wouldn't cross me. He
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never had it so good as he's
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8.15-Transportalion Report
gettin' it now."
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9.00-News and Weather
Sporting Goods.
i day. Jub· 2ith .. ~~11
9.05-Music for Millions
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9.20-Star Time
ERNEST CLOUSTON, with S.S. Bar H••~t
9.30-Austin Willis
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9.35-Weather Forecast
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9.40-Jerry Wiggins Show
BRIG US -Captain .Job Kean. WARM AIR CONDITIONING
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9.55-Jane Gray Show
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Amongst . those ~isiting ho~e : grapher from the Western Star !
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Train "The .
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on
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Amta.
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Wednesday,
July
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John·~ uo p.m
10.15-Jerry Wiggins Housespendmg
3
weeks
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laid
a
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on
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July
2ith .. will ·
wives Choice
ents,
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and
Mrs.
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brother
of
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Water
Street
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South
Coast
Srn::t
8.40-Bob Lewis Show
last year. She ts presently em·i"Bub",
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ployed with the Bell Telephone
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Scouts
broke
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today
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Thursday
after
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cool
AND
BROKERS
ing
St. .John's Fn~
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8.55-Just a .Minute
the Sall·atton Army Corps here · and somewhat dull stretch of ,
i 28th., will make
10.30-National News
; visited St. .John'~ last ~·rck, to weather. The first lot of boys ; JOB BROTHER~
II Argentia
~·ith ~1.1'.
10.35-J erry Wiggins House.
· attend the Army s Anmversary l had some really hright hot days I
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celebration which were presid· I and were in camp ten days. & COMPANY, Ltd.
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cd over by General and Mrs. But Scouts and Cubs both
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Jllrs Roland Atkins, the for· under all conditions. They were ' REG. T. MORGAdN
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to
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will make
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The stork visited lllr. and :
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press his hick. He had done his
1\lary Jackman, Clerk at the 1and left a fine six pound baby
DRUG STORES
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1.05-Weather Forecast
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was to give' weeks vacatt'on wt'th her son
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Ptck.up and
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Belinda
would rot
be nuts
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sail from the D~t
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i\lnrgatroid
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powerful charge of the ~C!IIP deta~ch· They move on Monday to the ' RADIO-TV REPAIRS
2.00-News Highlights
enough to protect what one ment here, durmg the . tnoe Harbour Grace cabins.
2.01-What's Cookin'
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Labrador SerYice fa
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erty, even if he wasn't smart l'ac~bon. Sgt. ~en.dell and
ports to GOO!! Bti
enough to realize at the mo· family are vacaltonm~ on a
3.01-John Nolan's Western
from the Dock
ment that he was in danger of motor tour of the Provmce.
Jaml oree
Noon Saturday.
4.00-N ews Highlights
losing it.
4.05-Ranch Party
Being an informer is a
4.30-National Newa
thankless job, therefore why
4.33-Ranch Party
should anyone stick his neck
5.01-Dance Party
out?
6.00-News Highlights
Nevertheless, the inevit.nhlc
6.02-Weather ••orecast
happened and Belinda and One
15.05-Bulletin Board
Way eloped. They even used
6.10-National News
1\lun:atroid'~ . bullet·rroof lim·
6.15-Sports
ousine to carry out their plan,
6.25-News
They fled to a plantation in
6.30-Dave Mamll!er'R Club D3 the South Seas and lived hap·
7.00-News Highlights
pily by raising juicy pineapples
7.01-Club 93
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inslead of the explosive kind.
7.30-N ••vs
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COl'IIPLETE CLIMB
"They were nuts," said !llur·
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8.00-News ill a Minule
Freight for t.e
gatroid.
JASPER.
Alta.
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8.01-Best from the West
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"No," said the informer.
United States climbers returned Codroy will be
Walter Hawco Jr., who is
8.30-Nationa! News
here Saturday after climbing Dock Coastal
employed at Twin Falls, Lab·
8.31-Best from the West
"What were they?"
the 4,000 - foot north face of Tuesday. Julr
9.00-News Highlights
rador is expected home this
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D.ot-The liig Six Programme
The Informer quoted his week, to attend the wedding of
first
time the north route had
9.15-Nfld. Soiree
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psychiatrist: "Belinda's defec. his sister Lucy, July '29, His
been taken. Dan Doody of Los
9.40-Salt Lake Choir
tion was a mixture of ideals brother Jack, a crew member
Angeles, Ybon Chouinard of
9.45-News
and body chemistry," he said. of the Gulf ferry, Wm. Carson,
Burbank,
Calif., a n d Fred
10.00-News Highlights
"A person may adopt a tem. is also home for the wedding.
Beckey
of
Seattle started their
10.01-Jury Trials
porary mercenary viewpoint to
climb
early
Thursday.
10.30-National News
gain wealth and a·ecurity, but
Gordon Lamswood accomThe
visiting
M.P.
said
that
10.45-Sports
even1ually he'll surrender to panied by his wife and family
ROME \Reuters) - Italian
10.55-Letters and Messages
his longings, Barbarian mer· are home following a 3-week the Federal Government has ex- police have discovered caches
pressed
willingness
to
co-oper·
11.00-News Highlights
cenaries in the Roman Army motor trip of United States and
11.01-Paul Hershon's Music in often forsook plunder to desert the Maritimes, and Newfound ate with the province under of explosives and arms in
Trento province, south of the
the Night
and rejoin their tribes 1n order land. They visited the New whose jurisdiction the service troubled area of Bolzano prov·
operates,
to
take
the
necessary
12.00-News Highlights
to fight Rome."
England States, Boston and .steps to correct the situation. ince on the Austrian border,
12.01-Music in the Night
"1\ly longings are to commit New York, while in the U.S.A. To operate the service as re· Ansa news agency reported
12.30-News
qtiired, the Company would Sunday. Demands for greater
homicide," said Murgatrold,
12.33-Music· in the Night
And he did.
meet a loss but the Federal autonomy lor t h e German1.00-News in a 1\linute
Freight is
Government has already pro- speaking population in the Bol- the Railwa)'
1.01-Sign Off
zano
area
have
been
·accom·
(THE END)
BELL ISLAND (Staff)
vided interim assistance.
panied in recent months by a ports on the
Green walloped\'-Aces 9·2 · in
wave of bombings in the prov· but in order
Softball action Thursday even·
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ince.
ing to move into undisputed
LOS
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possession of 2nd place, with 22
TUESDAY, July 25th.
acter actress Esther Dale, 71, points, 2 points behind the
the RailwaY
who played in more than 100 first plac~ Eagles.
5.00::Junlor Roundup
later than l:~~th­
5.15--Junior Roundup, Part 2 movies, died Sunday in hospital
AR1 DIIW.G Tuesday, JulY
BELL ISLAND (Staff)-The
following an operation. Her
Vince Luffman was mounds·
6.00--Captaln Jack
most recent roles were in The man for the winners, Daw Federal Government has allo·
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repairs to the docking facilities
Kettle at. the Fair. Miss Dale
Freight for thl
'7.00-Real McCoys
Derm Stone belted a home at Portugal Cove and Bell Is'7.30-0utdoors with Howie was the widow ol writer-pro·
· rador Seniet
ducer Arthur Beckhard, who run in the 2nd with 2 on base, land. Work is expected to beMeeker
Goose BaY pe[ thl
giving his team a. big 3 run ad- gin around mid·August.
died last March.
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8.00--Belleve it or Not
be accepted 1 f
vantage.
8.0~Dayton Allen Show
Shed to·morro '
NEW MISS TORONTO
11.15-Natlonal Newa
July 26th.,
The series has passed the
8.30-Phll Silver's Show.
5:00 p.m. an ,._
TORONTO tCPJ - Marilyn half-way point. All four teams
9;00-Bachelor Father.
27th., frolll 9:00 ·
McFatridge, 18, an optomitrist's play 36 games in the series.
9.30-Rancock's Half Hour
assistant from Galt, Is Miss Following that, a play-off series
BELL ISLAND (Staff)-16· , • , Whell3'11'11 tum to a~·
10.00-Jake atid the Kid
Toronto for 1961, The beautiful will take place.
year-old
Sid Fitzpatrick bar lfl't at your Bide or in tbe bael
10.30-Hollday Lodge.
brunette beat 46 other girls at
quite a thrilling. time Thursday seat for even 01111 or two -m
STANDINGS TO DATE
11.00-Manhunt
the 79th annual police games
P W LPis. 1vhen he hooked a 20 lb. halib1 It tabs oaly a split accad fo·
11.30-Close Up
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dium Saturday, Five feet seven
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BEAUTY AND THE MOB
By ROWENA SHERMAN
Machinegun Murgatroid, a
fabulous gangster of the Roaring Twenties,· counted among
his possessions the gorgeous
moll called Belinda the Beaut.
Upon her he showered dia·
monds, fur coats, and uncounted wealth which he obtained
through his unaccountable oper·
ations.
Belin~a accepted them, as
was her due.
She live<l contentedly in lux·
ury until one fateful dar when
Murgatroid introduced her to a
triggerman named One Way
Ryder.
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48 hour Excursion
$68.00
72 hour Excursion
$74.00
Fare includes, hotel,
meals etc.
One wav fare-$30.00
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Mr. George O'Brien
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.AUTO SUPPLIES
SPORTS EQUIP.
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Easy Credit Terms.
AFTEH'IOON BRIDGE and
LAlJIES PARTlES
WELCOME.
CATERING·TO PARTIES
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Winner ol the Canadinn
CRA. Menu Award 1960 and
1961.
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1 FLOWER HILL
PHONE 6127
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Driscoll's
Statuto.ry Notice
Driving School
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OIL & IMPORT
CO LTD
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WANTED - Secretary, with
typing and shorthand, for
general offic~ work. Call
in person between lO:tl'J
a.m, and 12:00 a.m. to 295
Water Street, Room fi.
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II'ATER ,\1 ADELAIDE I'UONE 78%9
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on
SerYtct for
Goo<t Say
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:urda). July
Y?ur 1:\St R:\;\ CE is only a piece of paper
l~1IL rou han~ an accident resulting in a
2aim. It can then become the most important
·piece of paper" 1·ou own.
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Think of tl1i' BEFORE you buy-and remem~i-we ha1c a record of 40 years DOING
that we promise to do.
~.FIDELITY &GUARANTY Co.
J. K. LACEY, Resident Manager, &
Where To Stay
Balsam Hotel
Dial6336
MRS. JOHN FACEY,
Resident Manageress
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ehines, Sewing Machines,
Electrical Kettles, Irons,
Polishers etc., repaired at
reasonable rates. Ron Chafe
116 Bond Street, Tel. 49073. ·
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J. A. LENAHAN,
Regional Director, Air Services 11
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J.lACEY INS. Ltd. (Associate Agency)
GHT
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Coa~tal Shed
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WATER STREET
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TONIGHT at 11:30.
An Apartment-with two bedrooms, for 1
occupancy about Sept. L I
Anyone interested may
Call 91518,
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WAN1'Eil-A r~Uahl~-gi~ll~---1
keep house, would not oh·
jcct to one child. Apply to
Jack Dodd, 'forbay, with
reference or hox 302 c/o
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AVALON CREDIT JEWELLERS
CBN St. John's
CBG Gander.
CBT Grand Falls
CBY Corner Brook
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COME TO THE
GARDEN PARTY
at
MAJOR'S PATH SCHOOL
Sunday, July 30th·All usual attractions with delicious
turkey suppers our specialty.
Buses leaving lime Street via Rawlins':
Cross at 2.00, 2.30 and 3 and return.,
Dance Johnny Francis Orchestra .. ~
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A Primarv Teacher for. Brookfield 2-room
school.
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2 }. lusic Teachers.
One Kindergarten Teacher.
Applications should he sent lo:
THE SECRETARY,
Bishops College, Pennywell Road. · ·
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ELECTRICITY
rooms each)
OYER P:\HKER & 110N'ROE LTD.,
WATER STREET EAST END STORE.
For information contact:
~IR. JA~IES ·FLYNN, Mana~er, ,
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ONE BRIGHT
SPOT
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WELCOME WAGON
HOSTESS
EAST END BRANCH
Will Knock at your Door
with Gifts and Greetings
from Friendly Bu;iness
Neighbours and Your
:ivic and Social Groups
::>n the occasion d:
New Comer to the City,
The Birth vf a Baby.
NURSERY SCHOOL DIVISION
WINTERTON SCHOOL
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$30 per term
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In and Around St. John's
CLOTHES MAKE THE MAN
IF CHAFE MAKES THE CLOTHES.
Wm. L. CHAFE
TAILOR
4 HOLDSWORTH ST.
ST. JOHN'S
C!AREER O·PPORTUNITY
International Co. 190 years old, largest of its kind in the world is opening new offices
throughout the Maritimes and Newfoundland.
Due to promotions we have openings for three intelligent young men, in publicity
and sales· department.
QUALIFICATIONS
M1t. COX between 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. TO·DAY and TO·MORROWI PHONE 74ZO.
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Age 211 to 40 years, high school education, neat appearance, ca•· for local trans·
portation and ready for immediate employment.
Men selected will be given complete training in proven sales course. Success!ul
applicants will enjoy security, prestige, group insurance and other compan~ ben~1ts.
Opportunity !or advancement to. managerial positions with starting earmnss om
$400.00 to $600.00 monthly. Men desiring an interview should contact
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In the matter of the J,ast Will
Testament of Chauncey
Dodge car equipped with and
Richard Chalker, tote of St.
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John's, In the Province of Radio, Television, Washers,
WINDOW-rioXEs
and Sashes
Ncwfmmdlnml, Canada, Com· Refrigerators, Deep Freezers.
Storm windows, made to
Ranges,
Electr'c
pany Director, decease d•
Floor Po!is, 1ers,
order. Phone 48494.
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All persons claiming to be
Gramophones
Instructor:
creditors of or who have any
Public Address SystLlli!,
COUN1'R._Y_C,-\BINS - Pre·
claims or demands upon or af·
Tape Recorders
fabricated; pine construc1\Ir. Wallace Driscoll !ecting the Last Will and Testa· R~I'AIRS AND SEI:VICE
tion. Can be erected in two
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DIAL 3001 to 3005
hours ready to live in. Low
- - - - - - - - - - - - Chalker, late of St. John's ·afore·d
5 LINES
down payments, balance as
said, Company Director, deceas·
WATER STREET
low as $4.00 per week. Free
St. John's _ St. Pierre ed, arc hereby requested to send
delivery within 100 miles of
particulars thereof in writing, ,_la_n_26_,1_Y_ _ _ _ _ _,
the city. Jack Lewis, Ken·
duly attested, to the Executors
Visit "OLD FH.ANCE" therein named, care of The - - - - - - - - - mount Road. Phone 92489.
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Royal Trust Company, 247 Duckin the New World
worth Street, St. John's, New·
WALK and PATIO Ilrc-cast
foundland,
on
or
before
the
1st.
Flights by twin en- day of August, A.D., 1961, after Bargain for Quick Sale slabs, 3" x 16'' x 24" now
available. For prices, etc.,
gine aircraft at your which date the said Executors FREEHOLD LAND
Phone 92489.
proceed to distribute the
convenience 4 pass. will
44 ft. x 147 ft.
I. jl..:.y_17~,1m_t_h_ _-=---:
said estate having regard only
CONTRACTING - For all
charter ...... $55.00 ea. to the claims of which it shall
WITH
SMALL
HOUSE
your exterior paintin!l re·
then have had notice.
Pierce
Ave.
Place
pairing and roofing. Prices
2 davs-Hotel, Meals
Dated at St. John's this 3rd.
undv
Pond
area
reasonable.
Phone 73974,
11
and Airfare ........ $i2.00 day of July, A.D,, 1961.
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For Rcservations:COOK, BARTLETT, CHALKER
and
MARSHALL,
Do you need your Sprlnl!· ...
CALL3300
Solicitors for the Executors. jly24,25
filled mattress re-condition·
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ed or your All Wool mat·
jly4,11,18,25
tress re·picked and re·
covered, your bedspring or
daybed re-wired or your
TENDERS
furniture
re-upholstered. If
~------SEALED TENDERS, addressso call us. Items called for
H.epayahle $150 per
ed to the undersigned and
and delivered. Rates lowest
FOR RESERVATION marked "Tender for Improve·
obtainable. Keats Mattress
month, 2 years.
Factory, 16 11ount Royal
ments to Dwellings at St. An·
drews and Port Aux Basques,
Avenue. Phone 92753, 2656.
Contact
Good security.
Nfld.", will be received in
CASH PAID FOR:-Comics,
Room 404, 232 St. George
BOX
300
c/o
Magazines, Pocket Novels
Street, llloncton, N.B., up to·
and
Books. John D. Snow,
3:30 p.m., (Atlantic Daylight
HOLYROOD
THE
DAILY
NEWS
9
New
Gower Street.
Saving Time), Thursday, Aug.
ily14,lmth
17, 1961 for foundations under jly24,3i
three dwellings at Port aux
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FOR SALE !-1 only Combin·
Basques, Nfld.; storm porches
ation Washer/Dryer in ex·
on two dwelling at St. Andrews,
cellent condition! No down
Nfld., and replace oil furnace
payment. Call D. Stick at
in one dwelling at St. Andrews,
•4041.
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'l'HE CENTRAL BARBER
Plans, specifications and oth·
SHOP-We are now operatBARNES ROAD
er tender documents may be
ing
10 chairs, you can be
Situated In the neart of obtain on application to the
assured
of prompt, effici·
undersigned, at 232 St. George
he City.
ent,
sanitary
service. No
Street or P.O. Box 42, l\lonc·
Quiet, Comfortable Atmos·
waiting
problem.
24 New
ton, N.B., upon receipt of an
phere.
Gower Street opposite Ade·
accepted cheque for $25.00 pay·
!aide Motors, Ltd.
For R~rvations and
able to the Receiver General of
Information:
Canada.
RANGETTES, Washing Ma·
TUNA BOAT
FOR CHARTER
:r~ro
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Movies Sundays 9:15
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MIQUELON
THE
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excellent condition, 30,000
miles driven on paved high·
way, fully equipped. Rea;on
for selling, owner being
transferred to Vancouver:
For further information call
7420.
Remanufactured Engine(
Austin 46-54 ......... · ·····1 37 ·00"··
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Chevrolet 6 cyl. 49-57 .... , .. 169·00 :•_
Pontiac 6 cyl. 55-57 ..........
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Dodge and Plymouth 6 cyl.
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SALE!
TIMOTHY HAYSEED
CLOVERS
FALL RYE
ASEASON OF MISTS
Honor Tracy ........ $3.25
LET \'fHE
CRABGRASS GROW
H. Allen Smith .... 3.95
SABISHISA
Ethel11annin ...... 3.50
THE DEEP
Mickey Spillane .. 3.50
WITH ONE STONE
Richard and Frances
Lockridge ............' 3.50
THE L-SHAPED
ROOM
Lynne Reid Banks 3.50
.SALERNO
SEED CO., LTD.,
Hugh Pond ........ 6.00
410 WATER STREET,
THE MAKING OF
Phone 432~. St. John's
~~~~~~~· THE PRESIDENT 1960
Theodore H.
White .................... 7.95
THE EMPRESS
ALEXANDRA
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A variety of ships arrived in GARBO
St. .John's harbour since Fri·
day. On .July 21 the R.M.S. Nova
Fritiof Billquist .. 5.00
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An amazing Development in a Product de~i~n·
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-PIKE---P-a-sse_d_a_w;v--aft-er-a i
lingering illness, Aim~ s. Pike.!
leaving to mourn husband. Alex
of Grand Falls; two sons, Wal-~
tcr and Ralph, of Stratford,
Ont.; three daughters, i\lrs.
James Green of Grand Falls;
i\lrs. Robert Anderson, of London, Ont.; and Catherine. of St.
TEL. 3011
WATER STREET WEST
John's; also her mother, .illrs.
W. J. Brown. of Bonavista.
Funeral at 2:30 p.m. Wedncs·
day, from Okc's Funeral Home,
QUIRK-Born at St. Clare's 123 Quidi Vidi Road, to .lilt.
Mercy Hospital, on July 24th, to Pleasant Cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Quirk
CONNORS-Passed away on
(nee Hamilton) a baby girl.
Sunday, July 23rd, Elizabeth
HOWSE-Born at the Grace Jean, beloved daughter of 1\Ir.
Hospital on Monday, July 24th and Mrs. P. J. Connors, 32
to Keith and Hettie, a son.
Pierce Avenue. She leaves to
mourn four sisters and three
GRAND FALLS - Motoring West Coast are the Lloyd Yet- 1mond Stick. of Sl
brothers. Funeral from St. to Lewisporte on Friday to the man's of Gander, they spent a ' Their children
Teresa's Church after 10 o'clock wedding of i\liss Betty Starkes few days at Grand Falls with the Sticks.
Mass, Wednesday, July 26th. to Clarence Spracklin of Cu-, Lloyd's parents lllr. and Mrs.
l\lr. and )Irs. Burrid!1
Interment at 1\lount Carmel.
pids were illr. and il!rs. Leo: J. Yetman, and now go to Bot· Missouri, u.s.A .. who~~
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Foley, Junction Road. )lr. and • wood to i\lrs. Yetman's par- iting Mr. and )Irs. Jaci
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~Irs. William Shallow Lincoln : cuts. They return to Gander at Buchans, abo paid I
Road, 1\lr. and lllrs. Cyril Me- i on Thursday.
to i\!r and )Irs. ArtiS
Co.r~ack and l\lr. and 1\!rs.l ~Jr. and Mrs. Max Bartlett j ?~loin. Coronation thil
W1Iham Lacey, lllonchy Road; and two children from New·
w " t to annour.1
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Stareks, Lew1sportc,
and she I ~lemorial Avenue·
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spent th~ wmter at Grand , · Miss Betty Pynn of Giibert 1 .
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Foley, while takmg a commcr· undergoing medical obscn•a 1I stroke earlier Jn the.~~
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course at St. Mike's i tion and treatment was \'isit~ci 1 on Saturday. She lear
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v·lSI'I'mg "'! rs. cyn'] 111 ccor-~/ and
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Mrs. Errol mg '11
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mick of Monchy Road ·during
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Per1\lalcolm
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RECEMNG OJo'FICE,
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CAMPBELL
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Joe
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of
St.
John's
and
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this
Mrs.
Newhook
at
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Mr. and Mrs. T. Maddigan.
week end her daughter and four
grandchildren
Dial . 5181 • 2 • I
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For straighter, dryer walls, partitions,
sub-flooring, roof covering and better
insulation ...
' Any experienced and reliable arch!·
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don't use spruce,
A large assortment of B.C.
· FIR, Mainiand spruce, oak,
etc., making a total of over
8,000,000 feet of lumber ...
mostly well-seasoned stock
together witb the largest as:
sortment of hardware and
other ' general building sup.
plies in Newfoundland.
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NEWFOUNDLAND'S .FOREMOST BUILDING SUPPLY DEALER SUGGESTS • ,
SPRUCE :WOOD is·excellent for pulp-
ALSO
SPECIAL
Chester Da·we Limited
THEREFORE
for Strappin~, Bridging and
Sheathing
$7 5.00 per M. sq. ft.
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delivered in less than carload
and carload quantities frolll
our mills in Canada B~
White Bay, to any part "'
Nfld. or Labrador.
We would greatly appreciate having the opportUD·
ity of quoting you on all ar
any of your requirements. _
UPWARDS OF 6,000,000 FEET OF THE FINEST AS·
SORTIUEI\IT OF 111GB GRADE, WELL l\IACIIINED FIR
IS AVAILABLE TO YOU AT NO EXTRA COST.
• LONG TERI\1 FINANCING ARRANGED FOR EV£11'
TiliNG WE SELL.
• SHAW STREET DAWE'S OVERPASS. TopsJil
This is our Business . . Not a Sideline ... When it's
_lumber, call our number.
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l'anadian lob,ter catch. the. trc of the supply area. is a nat· • foot boats usually not more
in the world. provides a: ural location for a lobster plant. I than ten miles off shore. Each
~arly income of Sl6 million to i Conlcfs has buyers in the five man sets from 100 to 300 traps.
10ll~alllls of .lca·~:irt homes.! provinces and their supplies ar· I Weighted with rocks the traps i
o\·a Scotia is the largest pro· i rive at St. Andrews by truck in sit on the ocean floor. Fresh ,
~~·cr of the fi\'e ea~tern pro·. lOO·pound crates to be culled and salt water fish bait attract I
1 nc<·~ with an annual catch of; and crated.
To accommodate • the lobsters which once in the i
'! nullion puuntls.
these supplies, the plant has 50 trap find it almost impossible 1
' Conley's Lobster Lid .. St. An· tanks of 150,000 pound storage to escape. Buoys on tbe sur· I Three large industrial towns
·:cws, :\'cw Brunswick, however capacity with sea water con- face mark the spot and fisher· are among 11 Newfoundland
the largest lobster firm in the stanlly. circulated by pumps. AI· men haul in their own traps . municipalities incorporated un·
· orld with an annual business son in the Bay of Fundy on identified by the buoy mark- dcr provincial law in the last
1 12 months, Municipal
·: .uorc than S3 million. Organ· Deer Island the company has ings.
Affairs
cd in 1900 by Edwin L. Conley the world's largest lobster
When a season opens it is Minister B. J. Abbott told the
· is now managed by his son pound. Here in may and De· common for a day or two to Newfoundland Federation of
:alph. This company's biggest cember, the heaviest buying catch a lobster for each trap, Mayors and Municipalities at
·\pans ion came in 1940 when it months, 800,000 pounds are of- but then the catch drops off Lewisporte yesterday.
1anr;cd from wholesale to di· ! ten stored. It means at times sharply, Although lobsters are
The industrial towns are Lab·
'ct selling, II has about 1,000 [ nearly $1 million is quietly continually in demand they can rador City Carol Lake in Lab·
'counts in Canada and the Un· soaking in Atlantic salt water. only be caught legally during rador, and Botwood in central
1 erl States that include the RoySuccess depends on a highly certain times varying along the Newfoundland, both of which
York Hotel in Toronto, Cal- efficient organization due to the coast. For example, in New received new charters, and
uy's Beacon Arms, LeFonda heavy losses in shipping. Con· Brunswick the season is open Grand Falls, a former company
~ Santa Fe and Bender's Res· Icy's estimates its losses on on May and June while along town now being administered
' urant in Canton, Ohio. It has wcnks and shrinkage at twelve 1 the South Shore Atlantic coast by a board of trustees pending
· •clve sales represcntath·cs in percent. Restaurants usually of Nova Scotia fishing is open a council election in November.
:1e United Slates. Montreal and suffer another two percent loss. from December 1st. to l\lay 31st.
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Lobsters have a maximum ship·
IS pme unccramty keeps
1 About ninrt~· percent of the
ping life of five days with the
Prince Is eo~trolled . by the! smaller firms ~rom becoming
'x million pounds of lobster present types of containers supply and vanes cons1dc_r~b!y largest compehtors. But all
'mdlcd b~· Conlc~·'s arc shipped : used. For short layers of sea because of weather cond1t1ons have to know !he. market to
· •e throu~:hnut the continent. I to keep down companies use the and closed seasons. In Decem· stay on the profll Sl(!e. When
: cmainder is boiled p~ckaged ordinary moisture.
Conley's ber 195l,•.Conley's paid 70 cents the market dr?ps, $lO,OOO can
'; fresh shredded meat and : puts its faith in a wooden box a pou~d 10 some areas;. by the be lost ovcrmg! 11 0 ~ even a
'1illcd for shipment in five, 14 ) with a 90 pound capacity and a followmg May the priCe ?nd mo~cratc qua_nllty m storage.
td 70-ouncc cans. One Detroit I separate icc compartment.
dr?ppcd ~o 40 cents. But prices It Is. also a riSky busmess for
:tent has a SOU· gallon tank to .
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pa1d to fishermen are usually the fishermen who somcllmcs
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· ~cp stork for immediate dcliv· 1 About 20,0~~ hcenseL f1sher· closer to.~4 cents for the whole loses t~ousands of do.llars of
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men •earn a ltvmg from the Job· area. It IS lowest in the Gulf traps, hncs and moormgs in
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m all four provinces. Lob· of St. Lawrence section where sudden winter storms.
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: e U:s. border and in the cen· I man operation using 30 and 40· and catches are heavier.
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C. P. Snow ........
Cloud from Greenland and tivo SKIN AND SCUBA
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On Saturday the Hussain
Athletic Institute
trawler Slavniz arrived from the
Press
banks. On Sunday a Norwegian TRAV'EiiERS........
boat arrived from Spain; the
Imperial Halifax from Halifax; DIGES•T BOAC ....
Nova Port from Seven Islands;
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Freeport from P.E.I. and a ,
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