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1 '' ore ~: UlY 59 A lmeras llor lides too! 0 ke 01/ ltree kindl jocotor nop' and 27 Film faly 100- ing color or blcld owelt pricel- ey P ~'S ~HOTOGRAPHY ror KODAK ~s Fer Fun lnr 101' O:le CAl! i a:10ther The sun (u 'omt skin troubles 01 hers t can a id or powerfully t ran clear up ' can also make mmer montli5 order for the gal lose weight Bee hard boiled :V lettuce cold 'n au taste dellcioul hl'r and they do r pound! :~':' art deli8ht b:ii\;le [0: thr 0' Wlnler t'! you can hal'e : '1: it too in ~ 11(l literal DrST TO SPE\K W\ L CP - HaroW :omas o[ :\'ew of Rotary '1l'm rr;s a mcetln 01 \ njled States membi~ ~oct club here July ''O'1 rotarian! rt attend from QueM 0' York Vermont ~ ;~;) ~ h i:- TOP =- ni~h!oord loth ement rushes Lumber Felh g! - Ltd~ AL AL UP 1951 METEOR Automatic tranl~lllo Rg Price $ FCE PRCE $ err' Nova Moton Ltd C's Labor Act s aturing n Court CLC who S t 2iOOO coastal members are on &trike and smaller unions in a variety oc trades p' i t the prol'ince s The law Rmo~g other things '; of \11>01' rouljles prohibits picketing except at the Olp ~ n~lt!e o~ Actual site of a legal strike or ' lockout t prohibits picketing of non union shops and the printing Ti:' ' ':P slich o( uncair lists and ~akes both 1 ' nterna unions and employers orgamza : l ; Amer:cn tions legal e:1titles subject to suit Amend Plan i r\r Hll:: t~l feron i 'e'r 1:1:1 c1l'1lcr than Safety Reco'rd ~ ' nlr1:il'd in the n ~AGA~A FA L LS Ont Drlr1P't'nt Plan: CP '-~hlppawa a 'llage of 1 \ llrl'rtlllcnt o( 2600 /il'e miles southeast?f :: '1l' prcp:ll'crt herr h~sn t hart a traffic 1: i';<1' anc\ call fau!t)' ~ more han 18 )earr r' ~;nrl' District: tle~l1ltc the [act that mure (; r \night tnld thall tro{)o carl a ri~)' pass 'r': o:) throngh t on peak rlay hlei rih m)'cn hv 1 Thi )'e~r to keep lip with ~rr;' il' 10 h;\'~: thp time! the lillage ha~ 'rn'oli11rrl in twn ~ninled white lilles on t~ cm nner tile; mnin thoro\l~11farr! rl~n \\1011\ 114 {eet whjr '1'n\lld ha\'e on~lr~~~r~eclml Drperl ment have hd rlicusslol\8 puh: Pulpwood Drive with 1 N' E d O~ thp matter We: searing n rle them time to dam~~e and decide want to do Mr llt ~EWS that the ~ hlch le under dotl not pose any hn pretty well \e explained wharf was pill! were driven THE DALY NEWS ~~ ~ &~~ Vol 66 No 150 ST JOHN'S NEWFOUNDLAND FRDAY JULY (Price: 7 'tents) Charles Hutton & Sons --~------~ Cor damages t has been used to ~top lwa picketing o[ a dock in Victoria ron Workers' picketing of a sec tlon of the $ Second Nar O\'S Bridge across Vancourer harbor and picketing by 8 variety of unions and the 200OOO member BC Federation of Labor (CLC) oc the Northland Navigalio:1 Com pany which is nvolved n a com plicated Jurisdictional dispute Roads For Closed Calgarians Give Royal Couple Big Welcome CALGARY (CP) - T he RCAF prince were welcomed by 56 Comet bearing the QUeen and voice male choir a collection of Prince Philip from the Lakehead barber shop quartets named the landed in this tumultuol16!tam Stampede City Chorus pede city at 4:30 p m MST (7:30 A white 10 gallon hat thecolv' pm ADTl Thursday live min boy headgear mad~ synonymous utes ahead on schedule with Calgary by Mayor Mackay The Royal Couple were greeted was presented to Prince Philip as bv 8 erowd of more than 5000 he and the QUeen sig~ed the civic C'algarians clad in the regalia gue\t book-just a felll feet from commo~ this week in thls Starn the well advertised Dry Gulch sa 0 pede happy city-10 gallon hats loon the airport restaurant high heeled boots! voted on the airport lawn to :he A dazzling sun shone upon the raucous s t r a ins of recorde:l Tourist colorful cowboy skirts jeans and A group of square dancers ca ver colorful scene at Calgary's ;!uni western music 15 feet from Denmark's Worst Shipping Tragedy Ship Explodes Fifty People Die cipal Air p 0 r t McCall!ield where the royal car was parked named after the late Fred Me at the entrance to the administra Call first world war flier The tion buildbg S h - W temperature was 73 with an HADERSLEV Denmark (Relit yards fronl shore Other burned eighl l11i1e a- hollr wind from the On the left a~ the Royal Couple ersl-frogmen Thllrsday night! to death am! 'Hnt do'lrl with the northwest wafting ~ent1)' o\'er the stepped throllgh the doors of the had brouht up 53 burned or p as wre~kage 0 d d CHOlR WELCOME lorful ndian teepee On the right of Hadersley Lake where a ~ S~PPlng disasters ld ~enrr:r; i After the o[(icial ~rrc!i:1gs h:: w~s a chuckwagon similm 1?0 faot tourist excursion boat blel\' hstm'y cam~ only ~!X mo:1!hs tarmac administration building wa a cn drowned bodies from the waters Th~ tragedy one ef the wo:-;t red era 1 Agriculture Wnistcr those they were to see later m up Wed::esday ve r oa e a:~er the DaD1sh ShlP Hans Hed DOll~las Harkness and ayor Don the evenmg at the Calgary Starn Police estimated there were' tolt went dow~ off GreenlaDd with ' ~'ackay the Q 1 e e n and the pede belween 90 and 100 per son s a 1055 of 95 llveb aho<lrd the boat which wa~ li tried to unblock a fuel line A German couple /n }ldliday i P b- censed to carry anly 35 passeng Disaster Jitruck as the small 24 year-old police offieer Wol! Pope nstalls ro g ers according to the Danish neil's motor cruiser was chugging away ga:1g Flueckstadt and his wife t&- age:1ey Ritza\! [rom a resort hotel on the shore day ga\'e an account o[ he dij Pavlng - A fc' 'al of the Dan'lh do of AfJ'ord near here The boal's aster na C to People were laughing and Con 'dl-tlo ner Ral way ernment ship inspection office engine s top p e d suddenly 81d joking in the su~shine Then thl said the boat had been licensed Capt ~as RiistoCte went to h engine cut out Cl Engineer's Dnpartlnenl P b ' to carry 7:; passengers but afte' vestigate k' t ' ro ems an inspection in May this was A terrific blast rent the air and watched the s pper rymg told tllc :\EWS yesterday that -- redllced tn 35 because the boat a sheet of Oam e en~ulfed the to repair the motor He seemed the folloll'ln d streets ''ill be \ \TCAN CTY lap - Pope 1 h lk k t k CV f'~l connectl on to b h~d only 37 Jifebelts bodt The Oanung U' san' n 0 ma e a n u closcd for pal'ing ovcr \he [ohn s ~etlillg an air conditioncr OfT\\\ \ CPl T h and he lailed on ' : - 1e lo)a COll FUEL LE\K C:\l;~E : minister _e enol~e weckend: \'ew GOWN' Strcet ~nd that modern innol'nlon is nll;on on rail\\'ry problcms m ns eclor \ Ja~lcl'u in a r: JU~PED HAR AFLME a~ajn Cram Jub Street to the inter hkcl~' \0 chanpe hc pa~1 51:m tcnds to start hearin~s in carll' i 'iol;al rc ~:' ' Clid ti~ e~ ~' i ~i:dri' cllms lumped ()''Cr! Then 1: minutes later flames iscctlon oc DUl'kworth and mer 100tl1C \i1tlcansllllcc'sud September Transport ~!inistel' 1 p p ' h ' d t 'e~plodedarolindtheenineald QUcen Strcet \\'lil be 1'luscd' '1 hur d;l Y lechnll'ci~ns nrc ~stali i lces said'thur;diy in the Com ~1~~cl;l'~i~e e~~~\~~ :; 'l~ai~~lol:'~~~ i ~~a~rr~\~~)velro la~rr:~n cao 1~;7- i s~on the whole hoat \\'a; :rbla~e OC Estimates 1_8 to \'Mlie from llhlnlght ]1(1 n~ tnc illl coo n~ Ul1lt null ll! 1 ' day ali through Saturday it i r~pcl':rd til lie in 'el'l iec n : m~;: ClT Hlilise leader! DUl'\\'ol'th S(rect from a [e\\ rill)s l!a7c'1 \r~c that thc selrn man May Chul''h l 10 Hill of C]ips The arl'\;i\ or :i' :onriitionin:: icommission he~llerl by Hon ('1' 11'111 he closed mldlll~ht Sun inllle thirrlrlotl pal apartmcnl \('Tnglle o[ Toronto rxped~ to d~~ all \lll'ough ~!tjllrl~y tincd 'iwl'ullllioll th;t PiJlr hold its [irt nr~al1iwtion~1 nlret Bonal'~llturr Avcllue is loh:1 mi::h\ \ot ~n 10 tllc 1'Ol1ti[! ing about mi(\ruly rlo~eo tooa~' from Empire ieal uml11er rci('cllet' al [:1':11 AV~lllie n f!~rvc\' Roao (j;ll\dolfll ill tho hills ~liou! \i mile snllih 0: l;ulllr nntil All;;' Pay Hike Teaching More Smokers For Federal On Nfld ' S' \n important requircment C R (ivi ervlce of the educational programme ap n un Ha' ppy' in :\cwfoundland is that pup N t P f OTTAU C-Finance Min possible about their home Make No be col11pletrri within the next list tl \':h ai aid hi' mi~ht: ; couple of 'el'xs 0111)' 'c]l(1 a frll' wceks hcre ils should carn u much u : At the molllent Sll11e :OOl Pr~'ioll' ppes in thi; cenlul')' 0 ro use d land acrorrling to the annual This year's pulpwood drive men arebcing employed bv Spcllt of h p hdt loll;j1l 10:\DO:\ 'Rcuter) Expel'i ' ister lhleming indicatted Thlurs ay report of the Department of ( ' '{ ' h f that t e go\'crnmen }S ivr both Bowaters and the the two companies in ('Onl summer at ale vlno p annlog 1 0 Capl' 8t'e rtlllnln ncal' ~t P1Cllts dul'llg t cast 'C j eal d t 'n alar' Education for ast year m d ' ~o mme la e lrrease Sles n Anglo Newfoundland De pletlng the drive and cutting Popc PillS died there las~ Octo John's althuugh n~l n their; tn 10 u~e lung cancer n mle~ for ~cderal evil ~ef\'anls The report just lssue velopment Company hould 1 work bcr 'usu;njv iar e ljntities ' alld ral by exposure to stro~ l'lys n keeping with this - g q conee~lrjtions of cigaret smo(c! He lold tle Common~ he h~s j'lrinciple the Department oc The lilly fllh struck n at' hal'e proj'l(!ed a strikiog nc~a rccl'llcd a report o~ salary ll EducatiOn has worked gthcr :'!iddle CO'C yesterday and a til'e result a scientific rcpo; t erea'e Crom tile ellil service go\ernment departments ant1 handful of fihcrmell ami isllcd Thul sday says :commlslon ' particularly with the Depart Billion gourmets werc bu with ncls T t f tl B ' E! Howelw thc mattcr S not ment of 'lines and Resources e repol' 0 and boxcs sceul'lng as many C C le 1'111 f w31 el11 r 'na as b e ccn til e c'11 : ser : to increase 011r pupils' k noli' as they COUld ~re ancer al11p:lg~ ~; ) dee commission and the gol'ern'l ledge and undcrstanding 01 ~d tile hlll~ cancer rn! mcnt bccause Curlher dsc11ssol tl ) 11nt c h ber a!itar\' 11 OU' awn provlncc lnrge Q:1nlilie' of 1e fls 1 co?t (~ ~' :;0 'h':: 111';t be held with the colnnllssl~r The Department of!>lne~ Tons Of Ore' At Carol -Lake rbour :llr Knight fel'tilizcr for gardcns W;]S lclatrd 11'1:\1 ~ marked h nrcpl1rco to rcarrl it as a ano RCSO~/ ees le l' rd p the rorroded W ma' have to ftw por On! of the!hlp when we drcd~e TV For d Falls were l'l'led )[f to he sed ~s mol n n cull1 n al nt L' 011 t 'the report! before 1 1'011d U e ort D'Y ' '\\'S [ S''AFF \ (' lle tic l'l'por t ;1 1' P!' ' \ 'cnca ' ('Ollllilit cr ' 1rllilC ' 1iJ CO:ll 1 1' ion ['nal e 'lbmi«ion on thc part of' ~oes on 'd has 8UPP N e f U5 d 1'h 'fl ' 0 ( l' \'U'al]1 ' With hundre s o! 1 e 1'011 are Company lf lc Sl~n s 10 ('olllpicle 110 fl1l'l11('( 1\'lth thr upporl of 11t' en C'P'S111~ 'S 1110 rl1;nlllkinn tn the ~ol rl'l1 ' f ew bo oun e of Callarla ha eslimateri crucle roarl by the timc the pilot j OC l1's arllnl'(~ fill' mlllies owller hrlprci hi111rtr tn ~ lir 't'['tll1 f hr l'rp0r1 C h 1 land maps seore5 0 X reser\'cs on its Carol pl~nt is realiy to rrceil'e 01'1'' 011 tll:~c ni~hts '('l1eh \leek large qu:llltit' 10 sc\\'p [11'11 111'0<1 b lio Cilct'T BCiltty i~ men ~~~' rocks and minerals and sub Lake concession n wcstel'n The pilut plrnt L locatc(l; <11111 with the use ([ l'clmp~lv 10 his ru~omel'5 toc yo 'rllth ntilille rr:rrreci 10 'i> s t all tl 10 number 01 copies of ek of 'lrl'r' or lliln)' p~: G til i annual report for dis' Sma arne Labraoor at R billion ton~ about one'cj\l~rtrr of a l1lilc rqllipl11p Pll1plnYer' al'~ '11' r l' 01 0 arcordilll; to a repnrt suh ~nu\h of thc present t'' offlloll' J1rri(rls nail) m:l~imllm frm perllnrnl n 11;\\V ~ 011 : tnhutlon to our!cho o l'lmr' n prnhlrlll nf hp ~;(Ol'i1tion o( : mittcn to Pl'o\'incial~ine~ site ']'he mill is ~ slt'ci nnw n huilri ~ il~'bl1ll C!i~ pl'r<ll'p of S~n F'ncl'rn ' i a rao('rr and ri~;rrpi mnk! Another!ource hleh will ' :\llnistcl' Hon W J Keough! framed thl'rcslnr~y buililin;(: mollci '626 dr~rr('; in 'Huntl-ng ' help pupils n the middle 1\CC:'' of he The report to l\r Keough adlacent to \\'111l'h 15 a \mllar ie' d ' --_-- - -_-- ~rades to under~tand their (onclrmed hr Corpora says evidc~ce of the vast sl1glc torel' unit lhal 11'111 \ Tlli il irl ha rd 10 :hl' country better s a revlaed nllo extend lelcvision amollnt of ron ore 15 present hollse assay laboratory and F S m f S G ' ~ \lo~ a main cropplngs of ore and n the double chute hal'e been crcct pari;:~~~:~~: ~~~: which are composed predomln Wages of the ron are Q'r erenceay t sug~eslinn that the association i; history of Newfoundland en' in ~ewcoun(\lol1d throughout the area Along repair shops At the OPPosite i a na a avojs 'U '?n ndlrect one a~d that some The Wildlife Division of tile titled The story of New Rkhardlon CBC Direc the road cuts there are out end of the mill an are hill and! ndlrecl approacl:es ml~htlca~ to Department of :'lines and Re found land and Labrador lleflll k11ol~'ledge n this field sourecs will be holding a bush there are loose boulders ed for feeding the plallt C s ree n meeting on July 20th with This Dook produced U r' AR PASSES FOR ~PS 'reprcscntativcs of all Rod the help of 8 committee of Broadmtin~!nlly of ron formation Company for men employed i OTTAWA rcp)-ln a new deal ~nd Gun Clubs on the Avalon teachers n St John's The ron are Company at Carol Lake range from h b f P ninsul for the purpose o( signed to bulld an appreci to ~uc~liolls from proposes an nitial 6cason a month to $67500 a OTAWA (CP)-Canada's new to rip Commons ~em ers rome a auon of how we came to b~ r emhm :111 Rich : removal of 10 million tons month Ali rates are subject il::xternal acfairs Minister Green : ~sta~t C~~5t~~lenCles two T~~ns discussing smali game hunt where we are t Bhou14 help rna e 1110 ~llnollnee : rom the must extensive de to a deduction of pcr said Thursd~y there can be no anal b~ 'tr tlhnes passehs W De mg to promote loyalty to the be~1 n ('J'e ' t' t' al'al a e 0 opera posit at Carol Lake The aver month for room and board a ternatll'e to nego la on em eac sesson -'- 1 n so!v f p r t T' 't The Wildlife Division is nterests 0{ the pro~uje Xe\\/ollnrlland age crude grade ~f this de All wages are deposited to bg world problems in these ther 0 1 a~ 3mc;1'f lis hlsnf some holding the meeting to 1'e' went on the authoriud!f on fli\lrr dc\elo P 1 posh s 37 to 39'0 Carol East the credit of employees in monuclear times ~l~g ~ ~a e e CtU~ y Tor mem; eeive constructive ideas reo of books this year the repor: icl ~!r Hich alone s estlmat~d to contain separate bank accounts n! n his first major Commons : ;r~ to ahrlamen t 'ld ransptor garding game laws in ths concludes 'het (BC' shin ' 1 V role he said lnls er ees 0 repor ers '~ p 11S n : 400 million tons of crude ore Seven slands : t~jee~ d' ls el 't 'll f Thursday in outlining the plan province A representa\!\'e of rrtc''ll r of} :elle ~r Keough said the report lac makes sure too that e ana Bn loleer'~~lneg:l 1l1'1l tll a; t is 10 enable them to tlo a the St Jdhn's Rod and Gun About lill: per Hnt ef tile a rn r al 5 rel'ealed that s concerted ls employees are we!l fed ~rs a sumlnl ll - a~ bltter job oc representing their Cluli will attend t11~ meeting working population of th Unit 3U effort is currently ljeing made There are choices at eol'h 1 few Plll~PillitS ~ld altached ('ollslituenls One pass lill be on J)' 20th bll~ pl'lor to t~l1s ed States i~ enaled'h lome 'll 10 ;rllo1:c' to eompll'te the haulage road mcal and they nrlude a wide i (OUciltlOlS as po~'lbc pruvicled in he fir;t part of a! meetlllg the city organlza Corm o! Bellinr illltlc\ ' ' t f t s po'>lble 10 arrive at 't ' ' 1l'tl'a~c fl'omthe pilot plant 0 Caro r;rnge of fresl meal ano ege H ' -es;oll belween la'l\lar\' and a ln ue tliing a spee a r o[ 'Jli] ( B:\:\ he Ensl-a dist:11ce of allout 10 tables as well as fr~sh fruit sollle ~etll~nll'lt Ull llc ll cr~:j Jo:aster alld anolher'in tile last meeting on July 15th to Cur The average litter ef dog;' : riu ('\ of the mles About half the route when t cun be flown in qlles\lon lie \'ll)' SllOltl( e : pal:t mulate its recommcnrt~tillns fontains!ve pups S ell e c ftlr l'olhllla 1011 on ' ' had been complcled at the pastries pies 811(1 cakes b(nadcl' problem; ll' said ; : t \1'05 disappoin:in~ Reds n V-let N am' Ra-d agreement \\'as reached hal during no: Federal Discusses six \\'eeks of the Big rour Geneva [orcign ministers' co~ference-ad ovincial T ax Sh aring ssue ~;O:;:~ ~~~Cllll~~f~;rate the bene% Ex::~~:~A~~li~R~l~~;ter' ~~~:~:~)~t~~ ~~~i~~~;'~17i~e:lo~~e 'U S Army Cam p K- 2 THREATS USELF~~ '(!-PClllH h Pcrhaps the SOlict 'ntil'rs ~r Grcen' appoiullllcnt ;hch' BE:;HO~ South Viet ;am The Vielnamese dro\'e off he mo'ic se~se h~sis hil it i~ P knoll'll would hal'c re~lizcrl rlu'l~ the said il was \\'idely bclirl erl in 01 (AP) - Terrorists with lommy attackers believed to total about The Communiqll! Hid O!!e tel' Til!!: y tile lho:e thrt since 191A he ha' consis~enlly recess that they won t get a:1) ta\l'3 that ~1 Diefcnhaker wouln guns infiltrated a US army bi! 10 rorist forced his way nto the hil h lnclnl lx i1jrin~ i Urging asked fnr a cleal' rldinition of the 1\ herr wllh implied threals and continue to run Canadian external let Wednesday night ano killed a Maj Dale R Buis o[ [mperial let and nructed ~ e»ualt! 0 ale 10 lr 'oilcd all '/1 respective tax rielrls o[ the fed all altitude of challellge and im holicy major and a sergea:1t in 8 group Bach Calif and Sgt Chester the AmerieallJ with bomb afoer b~' era and provincial ~ol'ernmenls patience '\r'arti~ silirl ~r Green has watching a movie MOl'anand of Copperas Cove which t i inteniew with tomredtl tauide r~ Common and simplification n tax collect Mr Green wa grt:eled \l'llh ar' the qualities \0 make a good sec The governme~1 Thursday Tex were killed: opened fire with autom&tic p tn his o''cc jlr DUJ1le~ ng methods pa use from all parties as he rose re\arv of state for exlernal 8C blamed Communists Capt Howard B Boston o[ one The Americana ltervlflwe~ e?ticral ~overnment Mr Duplessis said he would to speak a~d the ~ebate?n his (airs' He must not be given a The attack lasted 10 minutes Blairsburg owa was wou~ded at the billet said the terro~i~t With iocreasi~c de al! the provinces Sense probably consent to mi:1or amend department s spending estimates role merely o[ a me\senger One o[ the attackers was blown He was flown to Manila for blew himselc up wth W' ments to the Canadian constltu went along fairly harmoniously bol''' to pieces by his own home made treatment bomb-parts of hi! body wrrr recent federal'prol'in' O of finance min SNGLE EXCEPTON tlon but he would always oppose Both Paul Martin (~ - Essex l\i~ Herridge was critical o( bomb Two Vietnamese Lrmy TRANNG SOLDERS! found 30 feel part-but that tne tta\\'a Quebec s the single exception any proposals to change the basis East) a:1d H W Herridge (CCF the delay between the ~udden guards and 8 Vietnamese boy The Americans were members America:1s nd tbe Vietname~c oc the Position o[ the fed among the provinces n not seek he pact o[ confederation -Kootenay West expressed some death :larch 17 o[ the former were kiljed in an ensui~g gun bat o[ an eight man US military as which pays sub ng additional payments because The Quebec premier said he concern however th a C ana d a s minister Sidney Smith and Mr 11 e SS t ance a d vlsory group team were shot down PrOl'lnces that agree it doesn't hal'e a tlllt sharing met Prime Minister Dlefe!lbaker standing in world co~nclls should Green's appointment early last Six American service men- training anti Communist South F;;';;;;;';;;;;';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;' Crom direct taxation agreement with he federal gov Wednesday to reiterate Quebec'~ not be allov:ed t~ SliP month members oc a military aid group Victname\e soldiers in the use uf lrm clear and precise views Mr Martin said Mr Green CANADA LOST CoNTACT -were n the mess hall watching American supplied weapons mpossible Nat ernment Qlltbec levlu t own WOuld ha\'e to be ~ direct taxes f' 110n s~ns~ But Premier Duplessis and his ns n c e Minisl~r government ~re pl'essing the Ceil he wa~ PO't ~ral governme:1t fur a larger slice Uotl (klober ~ ~heth~r the [ed!~~1 of the nalional ta~ dollar Mr Duplessis would like to see lh~ till prol'lde the provo Cederal government mol'e farther ~ better ta~ shari~g out of the dlreet taxation fields so added that unless hat hs government could absorb prepared 10 ncrea~e a larger share o[ revenue col t' lere' payments 10 'he leeted ~ Ottawa n this province s not milch use Mr D plessis dtd Dot elaborate ~ 011 wltlle w ~ eojll1)oj! \ on constitutional and laxation s should not bea messenger boy He said the lapse in appointing a movie A captain was wounded There had bee~ no attacks on sues for Pnme Minister picfcn~aker a'1 external a f f air s minister though not s~verely Americans here by partisans o[ met Mr Dlefenbnker to out Mr Green shouid divest himself caused some loss of contact be SAW ATtACKERS Communist North Viet'Nam since line the desircr and wishes oc th'~ of his public wol'ks POl't[oJioa!ld tween Canada and the United Na The three other Americans a series o[ bombings n the CalJ province f Quebec The f~deral his job as gove1'l1ment House tlons and olher international bod could see he attackers peertng of 1957 at Saigon 20 mljes south government h3s chdngd hands leader n u'e Commons ~o he les in through screen windows as of Bienhoa as have said becore but Que could devote full time to external bullets smashed into the /loor and ndicating that this may be the bec's attitude on federal provln affairs Canada must hal'e an indepentl walls signal for a new wave o[ terror cial S8UeS 18 \l:changed 1'EF STLL N CHARGE ent co'operative and CO:1struc n a lull in the firing the ism authorities said the attack The former' hcalth minlsier tive fo reign policy of its own th Americal16 made a break for the ers in this city of seemed A reporter asked Mr DUple5!is orten a Canadian representative CCF spokesman said Too often;n main door o[ the mess hall rail well informed oc US army hab Jf he felt the federal government'; at in!ernational gatherings during the past Canada had simply rc- oulsidc and summoned two com its The lerrorists chose a time attitude had changed th~ Liberal administratinn quoted flected the views o[ the Unit~d panics of South Vietnamese sol when they k~ew he America~s!Gpt la he uld a tory ill! Londpn Tims after States dicn would be assembled Cor a nigbtly Weather Cloudy becoming sunny this afternoon Hight 70 TEMPERATURES Montreal 64 Ottawa 59 Halifax 56 Sydney 61 St John's & 75 s:s 79! 1 '! :! :! ' i ~

2 1 l- : : J [ i i :-1 ' i 2 THE DAilY NEWS ST JOHN'S NFlD FRDAYi JUl Y l~ STEAMSDP ~OVEMENTS '[ Halifax July 10th due 51 ojhn' Aui 19 due St John' Aug for Halifax and New York ~ SYMPATHY STRKE July 17th 24th salllng Aug 25th Manchester Pioncer - Leal! GENOA taly rreutersl-dock- MS Belle sle sailln from' Refrigeration ing New York July 31st Saint workers here and an the talian Mantnal July 23rd due at GULF AND NORTHElN John; NB Aug 3rd Halifax i Rll'iera \\'ent on a 24 hour trike John's July 27th ' SDPPNG CO LTD Aug 6th arriving S John's Wedneday i~ sympathy with t- TD NFUMiU'T LADS CLARKE STEAMSHP CO 'FergUJ aaillng today jau 9th leaving Aug 12th alian seamen who have been on STEAMlBlPS LTD -Gulfport: leal' log Montreal Fergus leaving Charlotte for Corner Brook Halifax and a world-wide walkout for!he'lut SS Gowrie Oldln at Tor July Bth due st John' July lawn July 8th due St John's New York month onto July 10tll Hlmllton July 18th 11lo July l~th July 8th salling July 9th FUHNti:>M WTHY CO LTD th and Monueal July 14th HlghUner: leaving Monueal Refrlgerltion Nova Scotia leaving Liver TodoEL{~~)~~N~:nG Amerifor t John' July l~th due st John' July BLUE PETER STEAMBJll'S pool July 1 due st John's July can World Airways atratocrulser MVPerth leadln t Toronto 20th alng Jy 22 nil COMPAN'f 7 Leaving for Hallfn: and Bo! with 53 pa&'ledgers and seven ~ 20th Hamilton July 2111 Novaport: leavlnll Montreal Blue Peter ~te ton July 8 due Halifax July 10 crew members aboard belly lan- 1 lid this one is V La ~d Montre1 Jul 28rd ' July 22nll due St John' July MV Blue Prince 101dln t anc! BOlton July 13 Leavl1li ded' r A t W d Jim Furlong rode lhrough Furlong lhoolc hil head i Why so~ MV Dundee Joadln«Tor- 27th ulllnil July 29th Gloucester July e-9th Boston July 14 and Halifax at nterna lona ~Dr e Empire's front ate shortly '1t' finished as far S 'm Because 'm goi - ~to July 29th Hamillon July Gulport mln Montreal MV Blue Trader loading July 18 due S John's July i ~~i~~~ytow~;;ra~~ N~~~~~a:ei~ before noon a dark lean- concerned Didn't Veto tell! hrcte t Furlong ll shanked man with lively yclu he fired me! i ng a straight face brown eye turned tawny by A ucretlve mlle altered i Pardee peered it thll day' brliht lnlilht Pardee's face bringing a hrlef squlnt~yed rulh and ~!ontreal Au lal July 29th due 51 John' Au Gloucesler July 18th 18th 20 Sailing again same day for Jured Most of the pll5sengm for S John' 13rd nil n Aug 4th FUlNEY RBD ClOSS' Liverpool were Americans bound for Tokyo!liHD CANADA STEAMSHPS ~ Hlghllner leavln Montrul Mlnchester Pioneer - Leav- Newfoundland leaving Llv from Hong Kong July loti1 AU! Mil due S ojbn' Au ng New York July loth Saint erpool July 15 due 51 John's The lear of n old wound warmth to his black shaggy glanced at Veto MS Fluyetle due S John's 10th salling Aug 11th! John NB July 13th Halifax July 21 Leavng for Halifax for When a man hal eonstant slanting crescenl shaped across browed eyes Clee claims you Does that make MS Bella 11e saillnl froni: Novaport leaving Montreal NS July 18th arriving Corner Halifax and Boston July 22 dup hurzlng in his ears it may be one cheek gave hll face got a trifle uppity with him you? ::)iontrlll July 9th due S Aug 12th due St John' AUi Brook July Bth sailing July Halifax July 24 and Boston becnuse he's married faintly whimsical expression Pardee accused No Veto said 'Jobn' July 13th j17th sallln Aug 18th 20th for St John's arriving July 27 Leaving Boston July that was in keeping with hib Uppity! Facing Furlon~ MS Fauvette 'llln from 'Gulport leaving Montreal July 22nd nd sailing July 24th 28 and Hallfax August 1 due S John';-August 3 Sailing glin battered Stetson nd the He says YOU WOUldn't name manded Keep --~----:= :--=-----=---~-----:= bachelor patches n both! the two men who left horse ing to lne night sleeves 0{ his faded cotton tracks across Sick Squall' bark tomorrow shirt Creek yesterday s that! Whcn FurlDno' Behind him far out on the right? head Pardee Pi~r< hrush-masked flats of Sick Furlong nodderl ~y con : clumsily an<1 de Squaw Creek wa~ a horsc tract was to ~reen break not camp; directly ahead were the thirty bronc nol to inform' 'as lauglll - BG PRCE PANC SALE ON 'GOODYEAR TRES ACT NOW EQUP YOUR CAR AT THE LOWEST PRCE EVER GOOO/yEAR with 3-T RAYON body NS'TAlLED WTH RECAPPABLE TRADE Super Cushion Quality Main Event-Here's the biggest Tire value in years Sotrongcr on the inside because of its 3-T Nylon or 3-T Rayon Body Safer outside because tough tread rubber wears longer grips better with 3-T NYLON body NSTALLED WTH RECAPPABLE TRADE 2nd Ftature Never a Better Deal All Weather Whitewall ALL WEATHER WHTE WALL Added Attraction Never a Belter Price Safety All Weather SAFETY ALL WEATHEH VALUES ~ ~r ~ GOOO/yEAR TERRFC TRE N\MREO REtRUOS 6U PA\SEtlGEl S\~~ $1450 1' 750)( 14 ' $ 123S - 610)(\5 ' rod 'Your old When you t TRUCK SZES n the Famous Hard Rock-hug Design 750 x 20 $ X 20 $5100 With Class A Trade n NEWFOUNDLAND TRE SERVCE B:ACKMARSH ROAD Opp PURTY FACTORES corrals and shed~ of the big on trespasscr fired off a joh gest ranch headquarters in But supposc they were CD' oncc rurl:ng :1 Warrior Basin thie\'es? Pardee nsisted i their con:itl\lcr\ And trouble Woulnn't you be obligatcd' added Look There was no wav of know ' to tell who thev were? owe me S130 ng how much trouble He had f T was on' Empire' pa)' given some thought UJ the roll yes But r '; 3sn t' Just a An;!cr Slalll0rl question of whether or not contract deal And they Werp cheeks You'[[r' he should wear his pistoi on n't ('OW thie\~' unlil )0\1 il1i<11 th' this visit t had sl'i'mec\ the Then Why wouldn t you' insisted ' ' sensible thing to do hut com ' name them i Furlon~ lonkorl ' ling here armed might make Because rtldn't want Ve : reml'mherin~ h the trouble WOl'se_ There had i tn pe5tcrln~ them eto ha~ he had heard 'n:l' :: bem a time when Jim' Fur suspicious nature He might gant man who' long WOUldn't hae cared i eccuse thcm of doing some left liim to the in much one way or another thing they hadn't done tneir son Bren! That was before he had been Pardee thought about that cd the slage nrj reformed by Grace Kimble He frownpd in the can templa whose hrolhrc who had done her best to i ti\'e e)'e squint~rlwy of a loreman of Emp:' con\'lnce him that fighting i man making an important dc hanisherl to the violated the Biblical cancept ci~ion irrigation ~tl!(l of turning he other cheek O\'er at tlc hlaeksmith shop born tyrant FurlO71g's reformation hadn't there was the hell toned clang: The calm gm :tr reached that point; with one of hammer on anvil in Vet~'s facr hilt cheek permanently ~arred Pardee called ~harply: i thing happenl'rt to he saw no sense in offering: Clee-come here! blue eyes; : the other for disfigurement Veto came out of the black-: ga'c them a :ne'1: but he was wi11lng to take 1 smith shop and Pardee said Veto asked nll reasonable precautions )' foreman has reawn to be understjnd thai He had tossed a coin- B slispicious Cnw thieves are cattle in the T(: double eagle that comprised nibbling at Empire all the without Empire; one half his monetar)' wealth time t was Veto'\ \\'3y The gold-piece had come up Veto passed the CQok and ing Furlon~ that E tails and so his gun was in said something to him The accuse any homrs:el! the blanket roll behind his cook's brawn and bulk em- tlin~ and make 1t!' saddle phasized Veto's narrow-shoul- Well l'c hrarct : The Empire Ranch sprad- dered thinness that the fore a man can run onll' died the exlcan border for man seemed almost fragile in cattle that he' 'afe 100 horseback miles A cattle comparison But this Furlong as he stays sma!\' empire owned bv one man- understood was an illusion: admitted Theil a r: Jlle~ Pardee wlin sat on his Clee Veto was the lethal n ed the crcscpl<n eot\onwoori!harlerl frnnt fal strumentof Pardec's power and he addcn B~t lery ; one big broad shoulder- Veto looked at his employer like A lot of rn~'t ~ arrogant m~n becoming nrl SHid Yps7 in the tone Veto ii!lamen a' paunchy with age ~nd inletii 01 an obedient servant nemanded Are : ty The King of Warrior Ea- Furlong says thn'p mpn' hite off more r~ub;! ' sin Furlong refleeted Empire u'cren t row thiel es Clee1 ran ~wallow; Ranch controllccl the range didn't ask him that Ye! A man has l ~hl Empire lrr~atlon di~tributpd to 3ald in ' precise unemo- where he'll W'l' the water lind Empire Stage tional voice lor a5k~ him whl) i he' won t work' & Freight furnished the tran3' they were nounced An~ry portation for WarriOr Basin Sure- sure Pardee agreed ed What's the As Furlong saw Clee Veto But f they weren't cow for green broke he thought: The King's Exeru- thieves t's not important So dellery? tloner VeUJ glanced at him 'm lending him back to the Thirty t was u if the foreman had horse camp said bem! attracted brleflv br e There '\'a5 no alteration in Furlong t(lok ~ tumbleweed or dust fume- Vetos' expression and no hint from his par'; role; something 0{ no import- of njured prid~ n his voice placed it or -! Bnce whatever f half the when he said All right There's your :'r'! stories told about Veto were Jules Change lor -' true he eould shoot or hangl Pardee looked at his watch For lie 'rt! a cow thief n the ume 1m- and 511~gested You can make to run of! ynll n '1 personal fashion it back to the camp before Five heart r)!n 10 t was characterl~tlc of Veto dark if you etart rlght now Pardpe' fr~ that even here he wore his 'm not going back' Fur- from ~hock 1' nil pistol in a thonged low!lung: lon~ said and ~'atch'ed his reo Clee' He' thrp':e' hol~ter 'r!usal register n the facps of Empire stork' Pardee sat with the wooden these two men They both 1 heard Ve'o peg of his right leg propped stared at him equally 8ur- the sam'c l!nl'm[:o~' on the gallery ralllng' The prised equally indignant and ordered Stop hlck()ry peg was a memento Pardee asked ''Why not? Ftlrlong 0{ an Apache arrow that had t occurred to Furlong that caused gangrene 20 yean ago it was none 0{ their business Furlong lookrd ago Jules Pardee had been and he was tempted tc tell shoulder: saw the ' hero n those days but now them SO But the thought ' stm shl1 there were men in WalTior that he would be keeping com Veto said 'TL Basin who wshed the arrow pany with Grace Kimble this hr~at to Jakl ' hed penetrated his heart r nemng made him hold ills! glanc'ed pasl ' tongue called BlUlh: Pardee motioned toward a ' Well lor one thllg t'5 my; the gun on Flll'i' cowhide char Bnd asked Wth 28th blrthdry Calls for a cook came litru scant dvillty What do YQu' celebration i want? i Pardee drew his peg leg bounced it1 Furlong came cmto the al from tile railing; he stood up aplenty earnilo~ 'lery but did not sit dowl and said impaliplltiy '''\ever: Furion~ said r One hundred lind thirty dol heard of sul'h foolishnes from' one wa or allile: lar5 For 13 head green broke a grown man Do you ceie- as speci/ied ' brate your birthday every Now as Bon'''~' But the iob A le!ll than year~ Veto ordered ' \1011 half fln\'~h~ Pardee obiect- Ko Never did befort but The cook marlr a Furlong hit him Answer to Previous Puz:zJ Bron~on grabherl maneu\'eririll Fml ' 'Names You Know 2!l- QUO«l'l 01 Scots nstralghl1ftl i 34 Mountain Sandbllrr :15 Naulicllorm! 38~gf: hed i 37 Cylindrical 38 Old EnglWt ' court S9S1endPl' n ndian r~rlp4 *2- Sk111ln tl Geralnt' wife '-:--t-+---f': 1Anat 46J Home c:a th- 53 Favorite s Pitchers an4 eatchen MCoMwntd AC % SpokeD Prinoaa J ndian Mariartt- garmnt ~ Heap 4 MoJ:e nto 'law 8P3ul_ SSinger- Hindnbui Boone 12 Persia 8 Accustomed 13 Soon 7 What - 14otrloh anls is PoJsonlOUll Growlnr GUt ~lder 9 Rever 2a Those who 45 Vl!11luru ' GEr' 10- read d writ 46 Box lckname Khan-am 28 Shlny fabr!c 47 Boy's 18 -n 11 Suter 3D Nlwork nickname WOder!and e CON' 31 Belgian river ~ RtsCU! 11 Call 20 More 33 SaUpetr ~o Cleopatra' 11 Story dom tt~1fd ~ Bog dow rir 23 Head part 22 MJllacet ~ain 51 fq;ptllmt 14-- Ccolidee 24-- ~o 11l<sil'n ~2 Anglo-SuOl 271'<>1 ~:; nltoductioll 1 ~1 Ere part : ' Dash ~9tla1 60S bird 61 Wllhuod DOWN 1- Haywbrll! to Ocity S5 BroWft matters t<:-+-+-+rt-+--frifl4---l-j-+-+-j ~l1ility (}f ~n ~rapplcr Bron'n t lock on him froc ~ FU'long watl'l1cn iter his pistol ann 'ed stories abolll : brutally beat~n for fenses against mers mostly; mrri wouldn't fight bac~ turned the other ' He said 'm no Veto Nexl limp n: gun'1 There \'''~ 11 ' an\' of thrm hi;n ti~lll('t; wall'h~d \'lih tprp~t \'rlo nr' hu('k~kin ;!n\ pc pocket np]jhrrl :' h wrlrkrri hi 1''';''< ~ln;r flt! i 1 ~ >: ' with{1u h>tp 11< '' to Furlnn~ rl 1 R rhopping ri~hl 8!trip of ~kl n bode to chin ThF (To be BE'M'ER 'BAl' BERLN <Reuter!' German industrial [ t be held here SrF:; have more exhblto r year espite the More th~n 100) space already hale complll'ed ~ith ~ 1958 how n alk spi ditl Three m 24 h the the Du who di who now to 9 y Seven of John's Two iron Halif d The lung! n NDne'of Or A M the NEW ble dem of polio Brie n T Ney D Figh Ddrnee v n on Wed mprc Canon A t h! making friend

3 as(lrl'atl'on {1111 nrrow '''1 Furlang i': t!rr pil'o \ and drman l~or ~t3inect p' You'll /:ct fll1\;h the <-t('ri ' ~ nkpd ~t 'rhptln~ all th! 11 11prn ~bollt m~n whose ' n lil'e n '; 1;11:1 Rrent ile <la~p and -p h0til~ ~ 'l'n (f Empire ;hrrt to the ~ ::)11 allan A t\rant ~ 1P!'m ~ral'itl' ' ' ' [ace but no '': happened to h~ r e~ es: someth' 'r them a 'rln aked nat 'r-t:md that > ~ the Tailholt 1011l Empire's a< Yrto's \\'a' r1llln~ that 1' any homes : and mak : it sti \;'! \'e hearrl it la~ fan run Ol1ly 10 :r that he's safe hp ~ay~ small 'i::rd Then a grin : -'' crerent shaped :p arlden But it ' ' o[ ho~wasb 'r'n zlanred at 'n;;ripn Are )'ou nff more trouble 11T~~n!' 'T\ T~l!ty ~ brnkt '\J~!{'n took a ''11 h:s pant!!xl 'd ~ on th! h~rp'~ vour ch~ni!' lhar2~ fnr what!' rr [1\ e bronc -lin off YO\1 Oll'! o Pan comes to ;11r~' fac~!11:1lrp stoc'k! '1 he~rd eta!ld P am~ unemotlonrl rrlpred 9!op riht ljrlong:' F'uclnng 1'Jldrr saw ()(od 6till Y t'!(j ~id ;1 tu make 101' rli pj-;t F j!tl Bl'USQU' ~ on Furlolg vvk; llwe across bounced m)' u't~' earnjng that : :n~ said i /11m r way or another' nip rook made 3 ' ons: hit him rnn~n /rabbpd ;;n~u\'l'rin'g Furlon 1::!: of an ~rrlrr BronsO1 o(k on him from FlJrlon~ watched or his pistol and cl ~tories about rutalv beaten for 'nes against E 11'r5 mostly; meek ouldn't fight bact rneo the other He said 'm no eto ~e~t time 'll un V more e1i~lb~ 'ear Mpite thl 'ore than 1000 pace a ready hl~' omparfd with 951 how JOHN'5 NEWFOUNDLAND The Dai y News FRDAY JULY ore ases 010- eac es one Received alk Vaccine ospital Aqulres Two ional ron Lungs Thrt t mllfe cases of polio have been reported in t 24 hour~ Two children in Whltboume have p1 the irm and nother n New Harbour Thls the number of cases up to nine The youngest who died was three months old The eight chll ho noll' ho'e the disease range n ge from 18 to 9 'trrs re n the Fever Hospital Sel'en or tht youn~st(!n John'! And five of these are in iron lung Two iron lungs Rnd two respirator! were nown Halifa on Wednesday n case they might be The F c'rr HospltR now has total of eleven lunlt! ~nd rr~pirators fh'e in me nd x aundlng So~t 01 the patienl! had received Salk vaccine ~ \ cdermott of the Department of Health!h ;iews ~'e5ttrday that there hi betn COD den1and for the Salk vaccine in~ the fillt reported this w~ek Briefs n The 'News Fight Fire Dr!rncl \'olunteer Fire hllptd in filhtlnl the ill on Wtdnesd8Y They pump! and nlle\'ed the finmtn durin the 0111!til ruin! Motor Vehicle 1 )\f 31 the Motor Re Depntment hid lie Sll!( automobile nd commercl~l nhic1e i:clnm islued for the totalled ~OOO For twelve mon thl of 1Ur~ elf r HQOO commerclll and MOOO driven' He POltponed Man s Killed A man died Wednesdav night whtn' hij Cf ov;r turned on the Arltntil hlghwly pinning him undtrneath Thl vehicle bunt into names u four other pa senglrs in the ear Scaped to fety Th ccident «Urred 5 milt west of Collnet The victim' be ng withheld pending 10t! cltion)'f nert of kb Lobster Catch s Less Jm Rumll Cub Mis- Thelobiter tijhery this of ~ 4th St Patrick' year hs nct been produc Cub! 'fi!he~ to annoum ttye 1958 A federal flah lummer ramp sehedul ery dl!partment lpokl!aman ~t~ on frid~y July 10 told thl DALY NEWS ThufJ ed due to ttlt day that thl catch for the n!1l' tenta from week endlnl July' totalled Tn! Group Com : pounda compared to hpil th~1 it ''ould nnt be pounds for th lime Mit nl!rp!t of the boy5 week of lalt year pll!nt! to put them n Howevtr the total to dllt ucdrr ni!ing eondltiona -~prl! 20!() July 4 19~9- 'JWed postpone was pound com ljnountemenl of the pared with pound dllt will be made for lut year' aeaaon ft s pol!iol! anticipated thlt thl yur' romplet tot1 will b n the vicinity of U m!l1lon poundl Lut year the Huon lurted n May and that month was good product!' This year owlnll t() ce condition the leason 1911 five week late n starting nd June was the best producing month A storm on the west coast thlft season destroyed' half the pots rebulting n a much ' lower production in that part C mprovmg of the province which usually anon A R S Stlrl1nR hu a high yield t th~ Grace HOSP' making ra pid recovery fri!nd! l'ili bt plea!: More oca new on Page 5 Yacht Hert l's ricin \~\ Cmna i~ pnrl ) p!iprda~' from ~:th Conn n rout to )llm;tr 01 ~lines ~nrl lml~ri the followin Thunda) ---- Cowe! Enlland for the T' gtta BeRSOn Th! owner klp pe'r ~ R S Nyp well known American yachuman ~ w~ ''''' ' T\KEN YESTEltDAY ~fornng lit tie DOCK premises photo sholl'1 the e:lslcm ~crtion of thr f:io root 10nt: shed practically demolished in Wcdnl'day's fire ='iotc hall' the COlT'~lted metal siding hal been \ arped by the ter rific heat generated during the spectacular bl aze-dnily ;\C'S Photo fish Trades Association Takes Exception To Minister's Theory The Newfoundland Fish F Trarle~ Association denies tilc ea r ltatement of Fisheries :llin liter Han J T Cheescman that the exporter generally PVs the fisherman the ~amc price for low quality fish as he pay for the high qualll'y We cannot understand!llr Cheeseman making such a ta!ement the Fish Trades Ailoclation said: t ~ bso lutely wrong There may be solated cases at fl8h buyers taking fish talqual (that s wthout l'idlnl t) but t s not B Mnil condition the Fsh Tiades Assa<:lptlon ls can l'inced This pont was em phulzed again nad al/ain duro Jnlthe press conference held b)' the Assa<:Jatton yesterday Th FJsh Trades agreed that the standard of :-lew' f6undland fl~h must be rahed Newfoundlanrl'8 name as producer of /ood quality flah mu~t be improved 1 \'('11' loundland 15 to k('cj1 hpr mar kelj Bid on~ Trade~ To Parents h Pi't four rlav~ complaint hal'e ne e~ b) hi Department ririrnt! S to the of ~'nun~ hoy~ conite a;ounrl Kent'R Pond \t and Viriinla Waten 'h und) Pond Oxen Pond S Onn h B arrenr Beaver ' 011( ide and Can fed BUildlnl litr thole seem mply supmatcher and hay dln~holli habil of po res arollnu he nth not means or Warmth bllt p adopt the ttltud ttat member~ of the Flsll Th solution to tnt robllm 1111 n the gr~d nll of lin the ocl dlon Slid Th recent n nduncmnt by thl Ftd r1 Dplrtmnt 0' Fish rl thlt of July ht n cn(1 will b Slud Quality Will Suffer With Lapse Of Culling Enforcement ' Ro'we Details Heavy Outlay On Highways n dhcussing witl4 Hon Dr F W Rowe ~linlster of li~; ways the estimatcd expendi ture for hi riepartm~nt ill \111' current fi>('al year Ul DALY!\E\'S flnd~ t the largcst single amount ev~r 'olerl a dcpartm~nt in the Legislaturr Thc total ~13 million riil'ined as fol!oll';: S on capital account and S on current account The largest tem on current account eo\'ers maintenanre of rands and brid~cs-s475~ ODD-with SGjOOOO for lac roads Thc minlter said h dejlortment lakes care o~ 3575 miles of rods There is ~~Ui\ U1\ F W ROWE alsl) snllw dearing which is' a ~'oll'ing responsibility ~ram a ~0 50 arrangemcj1t Tle new ~ytem nf road' l'lth thc Federal (;{jvernment ullits (repair anr! 1llcllancc Xcw[oundland will spend!('clps) now to:al 7U and S750OOO n schedule :i]l' thesr in the nlin contain a pro~ed last year some of this grrlrtcr loodel hulldoler work will be accomplished on ~l'al'd plant and foul' trucks the Baie \ crte Peninsula Tile total 'alup o[ machincry where there is mining fishing nrr unit is wcll DC' Sloooo0 ' and logging; the road on the ;rile casll 'allie o[ the mach northern parl of the Great iner' ownrn by tile lighll'a)'s ':'\orthern Peninsula; Gander Department is around S8 Bay to Ganner and from the million Trans Canada Highway to Bay Out o[ capital accollnl there d'espoir i will bc Sl5 million [or reo CDnslruction of roads prepar On the revenue ~~e Dr ntion lor 031'ing and naving Rowe said his departme: Xew const~uction is cstimated will receive 317;;0000 c)' to cost 525 mjllion and the whieh 514 million will COT~ i TransCanada Highway $68: from automoblle and cammer : million cial vehicle licences and 5200 n the roa[!hcsources pro i 000 from drivers' lteencc~ Tucker On Coal T n TucKer ~!P [or?illity L'O;ce~lion 1'ewfoUllrlla:~u said; in the Houe of Commons when discllssing Bill C 68 an Act to amcnd thc ~!aritimc Coal Pro-: 10 fish cullers by hat '~ol'ernment could admnister producers Each year Nafel duction Assistance Act and to' department has upset the fish culllng and supervise; 11as announced the price authorize certain amendmenh Fish Trades Association 'cullers f t wanted to The for each quality of fish to the agreement made under very much a spokesman Department of Fishcries staff both large and small the that Act with Dominion Coal; said Th whol ndustry is largcr than t was before association explained Company Limited that he hop up n arms and feels i Confederation the asod The tradc docs not intelln C that allowing the culling ation said to emphasize it to let the matter stand the cd the Domimon Coa om ; ' t ' al ( '!!cnel'al pany which has received 50' rgu at on caps W po n ' much assitance from the Fed set the fish ndustry back PARTLY CORRECT meeting of thc :\ell'foundland era1 Govcrnment will make a' Today's Accident Score Accidents 2 njured 0 20 to 30 years!lr Cheeseman's statement 1 Fish Trades Association will bctter effort in the future than: A SURPRSE said hath the fisherman and; he hcld to determine thc ~ ' The Federal Department of the merchant 8rc undermln next slep n what B spokes' it has in the past to sll~pl:' Fisheres decision to hal'e ng the prolince's markets man termed this 'cry serious cfoal dtl o dconlumers in Nell TWO COLLSONS nothing mor~ to do with fish by sending a poor quality affair oun an Two collision5 were report th product to the mar 'Kct is FEAR FOR QUALTY ~ ed to city police yesterday The Cll ng came as n sllrpr sp e' N E first occurred at 810 am at Fish Tr;)(les said Since Con only partly t'orrect said the: Fishermen may get riel of 0 ectlon; the intersection 01 Bennett Ave federatior the Feelcrsl Fish as~aclatlon As the Fish :111 their fish this year the) and Le~!archant Rd The two erlr~ D~partmrnt has d Trades see it the h~sls o[ till' may el'pn get :ood priccs Th Y mlnlstererl this as pert of the trouhlc noll' lies in tile ah hr) m~y not feel tilp pinch S ear cars involved were damaged fi~h nollstr\' rl'~n thollgll the' s 'nl'p of Cllllln~ rcg1l1atiol1~ llllil 111':;t )'r;n hilt frel it consinerably Tile 5econd collis cllillng rpgllltlnn~ ~'tp tlit t s true that the i lipy will hp ~o'ol'ilion is ion took placp ~n hour later t is A pro\'lnciol concprn hr fi\herman h no incen 'ollliwrri T10 Rhpnl'p or Prr1l1irr S11~llwnnrt in't near Patrick Strret T\\ o CTS lll1'iltil1~ lilmrlf nrlonrt 8' l'erp invnh'cd And hoth receiv Rsol'i~lon ontinllrrt tive to produce good qual l'llllin2 rc'~tion will hl'ill~ Tile Associnllon rhnr:cd ity fish if he gets th~ nl)\\ll llr ~'''ne of fish ~enrr t;hrmrnl of Annut two' cd extemive nmage thot thp prol'incial rn'prn same price for choice fish all' tl1c risl1 'frarles rriler montll'; a~1 on the question o[ ment hrs known for three as h does for Wet ndie alrr! ;J provincial r:rncral ('lection yean that the responsihility ish but say the Fish ;\llll' olltside huyns can hll)' ~r Smallwood >aid la~t' for the ellrorrln~ of fish cull Trades th flsnerman does fish talc[ulll therr is noth niglit whrn ked ;!nout new' inl: re~ulations lics with it Bnd ~ways hs received ing to stop Ulcm The Bsod election rumors thm llr Report On Codfish The Fish Trades further different prices for the alion said it [cars tilat this doesn't propose to claboratr 'cljrrgcd that the provncial various qualities of fish he 'will he fatal to the Xc\\ on the statement hc made at follndland fish industry the Liber1 ball that there: Codfish plentiful in illc wil! not 110 an elcction thl!; Bonal'ista region trapmen and 10n contacted for comment last ~ yrar ; hook and liners dong extreme Please dentify This Place And M ' C ~!ax Lane could not be ' lss Xcwflllll1dland Federation 0[: that the Premier will ask fill' not makmg al craf: e THE DALY NE\\'S hn~ rl'ceih(1 n rfqll('~t from ~oni~nor L 'fichcl in CftAi~ France for irlrntific~tion of the nljoh photogr~ph Perhaps some reader will he Rhle to identify the chllrch nnrl location _ d Ch~ldr Confederation Retail Clerks Prefer an en fa Two-Way Deal ' Combination d~1';~::~\~; i: t~t ;i~::isaturday As Holiday elal Post a leading Canadian financial journal The Retail Clerke ntcr that t s worried about the limhting 01 i res n thofie area5 Newfoundland hr~ five Key natidnol ASlDcialion Local incunsistcnt policies of the' 15 a happy w~y to PR~8 their marks on the credit ~ine of Con 607 said in R releose yestcr : go\'crnment of moking and ~parp time The youthfulne~ federation ~ay~ the Post rtny that they leel a fi\'c doly unmolklng law5 of tho!e boys might be n n t add~: 'Newfoundland means forty hollr wcek i5 n deslr ' T1c Retail Clerks further cule lor their rre~ponalble e to Canarla: 1 able picce (f rglsl(loll 11011' ~taterl thot in p;jing the tlon but the attention 01 their A market for mainland evcr they c!isagrce l'th thc recenl legislation the j:o\ ern parcnls s drawn to the fact goods Mtlmated at $250 million abolition of thc Saturday holi menl is Olltempling to aullle that under the Forest Fires a year day thc propel' function o[ Act they may be held respon A strategic defence base n On Apl'il 711i 1957 the 'e trode union bllt with dlc sible for any damage caused the Norlh Atlantic lease said representation was trturial pucrs rather by tbelr children n what may Population of ex made to the 'rol'i nrial Go\' powers of negutiation be con!ldered by the children panding rapidly; an area 0[: crnmcllt for a fortv huur: ' u plea~nt pasttlme but 1~2OOO square milcs weck At thc lime 1~ associ' lhcre \1'111 never ue a' which under the rlaht eondl BlHoru of toni of unde auon was adnmant in its s~tisfnetory arrangen;ent on tions can lead to' rreparable veloped minerals especlnll)' attempt to have a Sntnrrla)' \\ ater street until a1 cl~rkts i!lamage ro'n and copper closing As a result ot till: emploed n the 1 Nail tl al r We 'ne thereforr advislni ':~ore thull seven million: l''ljut'sl H ll'ljbdtf 11'11 h~ld :~'e orgn~lzelt l~'l H P lll'erl1' PlTfllt~ n helr own nterests ho~~~powcr or Ullde\'eluperl: rlelcl'lninc \'iew' 1111 Sallll: C:::'~ltulc~t lljd: 1'~llll)n r 1;1;11 lhat boys or mmature years are hy~ro power which mill' some rlny closin::s The Saturdo;: \1 c:~ hou uft u 1~U ~\('; not pumilted to carry malche~ i day support big new ndustries closing was tllcn enaded by i \01 ng con ons C 1 when visltlnt ny of thclr local even' lupply power to other statute the reteasc said cd out in hlack and willte awlmmln pooij reu of Eastern Canada The release went un to illy the relcaao roocluded ' J night but R spokesman for the The current sug~rstion s; y well ~ut the long liners arc catches Filhrl'l1lPn lain that a statc : dissoilition 8nd ('all 8n Salmon is scarce ment will be imlcd on ~l()n l'il'rtiun 1H'~t spring ~r: n Fogo re?lon codlraps are dill' i Sllallll'llUd s:lid th~rp cllll full operaton n all settle il3\' Hi'ile pl'csidl'lt fl ll' ~n!t''1 illn 1n :'\ W )'P:l'> m~nls T!l~ average yield range' Lor;! 9 F''ratloll of Fh'1' );!\' l' was lillsiraling lls two to file uarrels At Selllol1' mrn tolt! till' ])ALY :\E\\'S stnteml'lt ~al'ing thrl'e 1'l1lirl raps are doing beller with \er tlwt he might have solllethlng le no t'leelion hulds :ood ' to filteen barrels Th~re i~' ; to 5ry on the [isllcry situation until thp end or thi~ year- small inulcatlon of herring bu' laler December 31st no salmon ' '' / g J' ~ t \ f ;' l:r;-\ _ COME ON BE A SPORT N A SMART NEW SPORT SHRT Mostly Rayons - Some Broadcloths in Plains Stripes and all over patterns ~ sleeves and neat collar SALE PRCED 8ge _--- ' \ ~ '1 1 i: :( ' '

4 THE DALY NEWS ST JOHN'S NfLD FUDAY JULY - ' ' ~ ~ ; ~ 1 i: :1 THE DALY NEWS Newfoundland's Only Morning Paps' The DAJU N tws murn1111 paper tabushed n 1894 hd publ1jbea at the N~w Bullaln ~~~ 3i9 )uckwurtll Street 51 Jonn N~wfoundlan4 by Robinlon CumpsDY Limited RMBE O~ TH! ANAlAN Plt:8~ The t:llladlad PrPl1 11 clualvel enulled tu th use lor rrpubl1cltlun 01 all new5 dp!patchrl 11'1 thll piper credt ed to 11 or tu th Aaal/clated Prell or P~utera and alill tlle local newl publlsb 'd thl'l'bin All 'reu!ervlr slid feature artlcln fearu 8l~8('1UPT10 RATES n thll paler are cop)'l'l~hted nd thblr OlD da 11:1U( prr annum reproduction \ probthlted Cllltecl Klnrdul ad all on n C'utrl t400 per a1l' Mpmbt!r Audit Bureau Autburlud u ucund elaaa mall POit Ol!lce Dellartment Ottawa Gf Clrcullttunl FRDAY JULY The Kind Of Aid We Need t has been implicit in the cir cumstances in which Newfoundland became a province of Cnnada that the provisions of Term 29 should become a governing factor in the continuation of our public ser vi ces We were left in 1949 with sources or revenue so limited that it \\'as plain that any effort to build our essential services up to a tol erable minimum level had ulti mately to succeed through the pro visio~s of the financial- Terms of Union But while we have the right to seek from the federal government the fulfilment of the indispensable condition for our agreement to union we ha\'e an equal moral right to look to the central govern ment of the nation for an enlight ened and constructive attitude towards our economic problems This has yet to be revealed Th'e implementation of Term 29 honourably met will require sub stantial financial subsidies The alternative will be the denial to the people of Newfoundland of basic services ndeed without a practical and realistic approach to this particular problem We shall 500n find ourselves without enough schools or teachers or hospital beds to take care of our minimum needs This cannot happen t is an intolerable thought t is something that the people of Canada will not allo\\' But this apllrt there is to be con sidered the duty of a central government to its people wherever they may be And one of its duties is not subject to argument That s the task of making quite sure that the people who constitute the fabric of the nation will have full opportunit~' and encouragement to use their talents wisely and well for their own good and to the greater good of Canada n the period when the national Policy was concentrated on the economic development of the country Newfoundland was not a pr?vince As the McNair ConumsslOn recorded she had been outside the great national structure of transportation facilities hi~hlydeveloped government services and extensive regional and industrial supports And realization of this fact coupled with an en The Free Port Schem~ For what it is worth the Mortier Bay project has been describ~ i~ the Congressional Record Ths S the official record of the United States Congress although unlike OUr own Hansard it is not restrict ed to the publication of speeches actually made in one of the legisla tive bodies Representatives and senators who want to place certain matters on the record may have them inserted in the official report without having to put them forward in a speech But what matters s that the question is being kept alive t :lhould be f the transshippins and port idea made sense before ;~free the st Lawrence Seaway was built it makes even greater sense today But the seaway dea was tossed about for fifty years before it became a practic~l and accepted proposition Perhaps it may take as long or longer to sell the New foundland transshipping port idea because of the number of vested interests that might be inclined to oppose it There is unfortunately little evi dence of much interest on the part lightened self interest inspired by the value of Newfoundland's trade to the Canadian mainland should have dictated from the first year of union a desire to assist the new province in the solution of its principal economic problems That might best have been un dertaken by the initiation of a dominion provincial survey as the basi!' for a constructive programme of orderly development with special emphasis on commu~ications But little has been achieved New foundland has taken full advantage of such national policies as housing assistance and has agreed to parti cipate in many shared projects such as the Trans Canada Highway But often this has had to be done at the cost of neglect of other needs and in the particular case of the national highway it has involved assump tion of a burden far beyond the province'! capacity The immediate condition of the Newfoundland econom~' calls for urgent consideration Too many people are compelled to exist on brief seasonal employment and the capacity to absorb the annual in crease in the labour force is limit ed As a result many millions of hours of productive work are lost each year to the detriment of the province and the nation This is as we have said often in these columns ill a national as well as a regional problem t calls for a sincere rapproche ment between the two governments with a view to drafting a programme of constructive need There are two particular fields in which much useful work could be launch ed One is a decision to afford the province much greater help to complete the Trans Canada Highway The other is a plan that will assist the policy of centralization of the population There are many other ways in which a joint economic policy could increase work opportunity and every avenue of approach should be explored The social advances of the past ten vears can be matched with great economic progress in the second ten years of union if the federal and provincial governments can get together and find the basis on which a joint policy of funda mental development can be usefully and successfully established of the government of Canada as recent questions and the tabling of documents have indicated Yet the prtlposal very clearly has enough merit to justify exhaustive exploration That is the important thing at the moment t may be found that it would be an important contribution to the economy of the middle west as well as Newfound land and it is reasonable to suggest that an official investigation be made TELEPHONE GRLS OF LANARK From the Port Arthur Newa Chronlcle One of the dludvantagel of the dial type telephone 11 that t hu cut down sharply on the peraonal contact between the leneral public and those pleuant-spaken DptlratO'l t the other end of the Une commonly known u hello glrj Their pleasant manner lima not only' belpeak good training but seem ~ denote an nnate depth of character that makel ltaelf noticeable \larticularly n an emergency The latest example of this' comel from the little Otta Valley Yillle of Lanark which W lmost wiped out by fire 10m time 1110 Aecordlnll to one report four younl women operatol'l tuck by their Wilthboarda lummonlnl aid unw fire bunt tbroulh the 11 of thelj: ll Will' otfct 1114 drov thlm to the n The News By \VA YF trer NOTES AND COMMENT The pleasures of picnicking are part of the charm of a true New foundland summer of which Colonel McCrea wrote in lyrical terms one hundred years ago and thought the winter and spring of what he caued fish and fog land were a tolerable penalty for the enj oyment of the beauties of the countryside in the summertime Long before the time of motor cars those who could com mand the usc of a horse and buggy ventured as far as Caines Val1ey or' Round Pond and-even as great a dis tance 8S Bay Bul1s for their picnics Those others who had to travel hy foot fgund pieasant giades and shel tered piaces at Pleasantville or in the White Hills or walked to the grassy banks of Kent's Pond On a!ine holiday the pungent smoke of spruce!ires drifted lazily like ncense n the summer air driving the midges bock n frustrated clusters from the site of the picnic meal But when t was all over and time to go home the tidy housekeepers of thllse days goth ered the leftol'ers together disposing of what they could n the fire anrl putting tl~e remainder nto their bas kets to he scnt out with the morrow's Jlarbage We wish this were true today Distance no longer restrict~ the lover of the outdoors n cars or vails or pick ups people roam the count!')' side and those who had iong enjoycd their privileged and secret places find them now as is fair enough n uni versal demnnd and therefore appro priated by the flrstcomers But if by chance one arrives n good time to occupy a favourcd spot he may be rortunate indeed if he should discover t n such condition that he may truiy enjoy it Dumps of rusting lin cans have been made n the neighbouring bushes Paper wrappings and empty cartons surround the fire place Scraps of food lie strewn along the ground and perhaps in the nearby stream broken bottles are treacherous foes to unwary feet t s sad to see how so often the carelessness of some people may soil and defile the beau ties that nature has provided n trust ror all the people t is probably true that the damage s done by but a very few of those who go to the country side in summer But what damage a PORK SURPLUS Calga!)' Albertan Cana~a 1! loaded down with pork f the)cl put R 'isible piece of it in every tin of pork and beans the surplus wouid disappear immediatel)' STUSG? Kltchener Waterloo Record Ottawa may get sticky fingers as a result of its decision to subsidize the bees But the beekeepers are naturally humming a pleasant tune The go\crn ment s putting price supporl under honey this monlh The new supporl price s equivalent to 104 percent of the 10')ear average Honey producers think this move on the part of the gal ernment is super but the Canadian tax paper mindful of what price support means for him feels he's going to get stung 'LOSS LEADERS' Vancouver Province The new Ottawa legislntion designed to restrict the practice of loss leaders -telllng a well advertised article at bargain pricea to attract customers-j unwarranted government nterference with the normal processes of business Aiso t 15 nterference that is nol in the nteresta of consumers This s sup posedly a free economy n which artl flelal restraints en trade are discour aged ndeed this country 15 so com mitted to thll principle that price main tenance_elung goods at a price dicta t~d by the manufacturer-is agalnst the law And yet the new legislation would enable a manufacturer to refu!le to supply goods to a retailer f the lat ter had been aelllng them at a loss Here surely 15 a great nconsistency A manufacturer s forbidden by law to let reul! prices for his products And now it 15 proposed that he be allowed to circumvent thls law by refusing to supply retalers with articies he believes wul be aold as loss ieaders n ac tual practice thlj would be price fixing the thing specifically prohibited by the ievernment t CORRDOR THROUGH MANE? From the Fredericton Gleaner More vigorous support for the corri dor Road through Maine The board of directors of the Maritime Motor Transport Aaaociation already behind the idea is urging the Canadian Truck n Auoc1ation to do the same The treet Subsequently the building like many more n the tiny community was burned te the ground ThlJ!! not the first time we have learned of such in cldenta nvolving courtesy and devotion to duty on the part of telephone opera' to'l We do not know what the tele phone COm!llny haa 'n ta technique that enable t to lelect and train em ployees ef hj type But we do know it lenerally whether t 15 n a large city or u n the cue n hand a small Yillap few may do and how much pieasure they ilay destroy for the many For one does not have necessarily to be very fastidious to have one's st01l1ach turned by the gross untidiness SO often to be encountered as a result of want of a 11tHe thought and consideration Oddiy enough this despoliation of parts of the countryside is not Just a matter of greater accessibllity t has been only wilhin the pnsctwo or three years tha this condition of untldine&s became a matter of concern And sometimes t results from sheer' thoughl1essness or which parents ari responsi bie or ailing to check their children when they throw food about and scatler candy bar Wrappings and soft drink bottles around the site of a picnic The children are not to blame unless they are completely undisciplined They will do what they arc told f their parents were willing to take the trouble to set them a good example But there is evidence also that beer drinklng adults 'are respon sible for sullying some popular picnic sites The empty bottles some of them broken and the pieces scattered over the grass are mute testimony to this They seem to be casual passers by who may stop for 8 boll up and a drink and are completely ndif ferent to the obligation of leaving the site as they found t is difficuit to suggesr remed!cs for the conditions that prevail These it may be said are not restricted to the Avalon Peninsula We have been told during visits to central and west ern :-ew!oundland that the same sort of thing is happening there t rna)' be possible to appeal through notices posted on the site to the better nature of some of the careless ones The risk would have to be taken that there are people who might regard such appeals as a challcnge to defy the rules of good beha~'iour along the roadside t may be possible to set lip an nspection scrvlce on holidays to toke care at the least of the ap pro\'ed siles est1ijlished by the Dcpart ment of ~lincs and Resources Apart from that it s only possible to use the various media of publlcity in the hope that more people CDn be en couraged to take positil'e steps to prescrl'e the beauties of the country ~ide history of the Corridor Road idea s 8 reiativcly short one t first come 10 light n the Gordon Commission Re port 'Both the Daily Gieaner and the Atlaniic Advocate ha\'e urged il'; can struction time and again The mayor of Halifax is for it So is ihe mayor of Sherbrooke Quebec Where the road would end after 'cutting across Maine A number of ~!Rinc newspapers have shown interest in it Premier Flem ming of Nell' Brunswick is follow the idea with the most sympathetic allen lion The ~aritime Transportation Commission sees it as a boon to the reg ion's economy The economic ad\'an tages of the Corridor Road are immedi ateiy ~pparcnt by looking at the map The distance from the ~aritimcs to :'lontreal would be cut about 140 miles and four or five hours 1V0uid be lopped from travclling time t wouid mean an extra trip or two a week for truck rans port companies Bolh trade with Cen tral Canada and tourism would be fos tered Strength For Today By EARL L DOUGLASS A GOOD PAST Old people are inclined to rmlnlsce This s probabiy due to the fact that the future being so limited in extent older people tend to look back on the broader expanse of years meditate up on it and sometimes dealize it Of course there is no reason why a person should refrain from reminiscing that is if hc doesn't become tiresome and bore his hearers Some of the most charming elderly people are the ones who are full of stories about their youth and middle age n these older minds are sometimes siored up precious recollections-occasionally of real his torical value-and if a person has the sparkle to tell stories of the past with enthusiasm and vitality the person wbo reminisces often becomes a great soc ial success nstead of a bore What we should make sure about is that we have something good to look back upon There s none of us who a not sorry for spots and areas in the past Yet many a person comel to the threshold of old age and Bometlmes even beyond that looking back upon a life conspicuously full of happy memo ories This person may not have been a great financial BUCCesS Also his or her life may have been characterized by sorrow and disappointment But a good past means a past which can be recalled with a good conscience t is a past of gentleness kindness tender heartednes towards othel'jfaith n God Holding the Bag ~~:- ' '1 ' ' 'p ' -- Edson n Washington SDA LEAR:'>'S DASGERS OF COM~UNS~ THE HARD WAY By PETER EDSON NEA Washington Correspondent WASHNGTON - (NEAl - First hand experience still seems to be the besl teacher in convincing new govern ments on the dangers of international communism The United Staies itseif had to learn this lesson the hard way-in Germany after the war and in China Greece Korea ndo China and Hungary - to name just a few Since the crises in hose countries the United States has been trying to teu the worid the facts of Communist lile A main theme of the real Voice oj America crying in the wiiderness has been 10 convince free nalions that they can't do business with communism t hasn't taken too well t can't be taught t has to be iearned That is what happened to Tito in Yugosiavia Closer at home it happen ed in Guatemala Currently the Egypt ians under President Nasser and the ndonesians under President Sukarno are in the process of rel'ersing their former sofiness toward communism The two newest rel'olutionisl'; on the international &cene-general Kassem in raq and Premier Castro in Cuba-stiU have their lesson to learn in the hard knocks school But of ali the leaders in new nations who have come to realize the menace of the Communist conspiracy he out standing example today seems to be Prime Minister Nchru of ndia What apparently woke him up was the shock of the Chinese Communist takeol'er of his northern neighbor Tibet Ever since he became prime minister in :947 Nehru has been lecturing to the worid on the fine example of 2000 years of friendship between ndia and China Thcn with China's Communist Prem ier Chou En lai on June 25 11l54 Nehru proclaimed the famous five principles -mutual respect for territorial integ rity nonaggression noninterference peaceful coexistence equality and mu tual benefit t took the Chinese Com munists a little iess than five years to break those principles Thcre have been reports of protests all over ndia n Bombay!>ao Tse tung's picture was bombarded with ripe tomatoes Nehru was not displeased The Dalai Lama has been given sane tuary in ndia A committee on Tibet an relief has been formed On a day when Nehru was absent from his capital the Chinese Commun ist Em bass)' n New Deihi ssued a statement blaming the Tibetan crlsis lin ndian imperiaiism and criticizing Nehru The ndian Congress had a field day condemning the statement When Nehru returned and tried to bring his Congress under colltrol be got no applause-for a first time Nehru has had to admit openly that ndia could not go to war over Tibet because it dd not have the resources But now he has just concluded a visit to Nepal which could be next on the Commnist take over list On top of this Nehru's Congress party now faces the home front task of trying to reorganize 50 that it can end Communist control over Kerala ndia's most denseiy populated but most literate state AU these things musthal'e caused considerable disil1usionment to the per haps aive but certainly neutralljt Mr Nehru This however is no cause for gloat ing or We-told you sos from the Welt ern powers Who hal'e tried to point out the dangers of bis past policies The United States n particlar has one tbing to consider in this connection t is what th!j country and the other leading nations of the free world are willing to put up now-not a part of the cold war-but to help develop ndia u a free ndependent nation ndia lull a lood bet 0 By BRUCE BOSSAJ The temporary Urting of ~trik in the steel industry is WP'nm' by the negotiators and the lie Yet there can be no easy that this brief exteljlion of the line will yield fruitful rmull Bargaining between steel 11':1: management has gone On for ) months with no significant e either side ndeed the wage tali an air of futility llbout them the they opened t is an unhappy commentary effectiveness of the bar~airing that this should be 10 and that should from the ou!!et be evitable Five times since 1941! the Sle!] try has been cbamped shut br ' Another this year would make it the last thirtten-lebrl) or other year Nobody has to be told tlutl:} \'ital underpinning lor the ~ha\t ed States economy supplyir~ does 40 per cent of the row Wlcd by other msnulacturer duclli needed by most others Thus the harm done to the flow of economic activity in the is obvious The affected general may one day 10le patience ith ating which i- so barren of nothing but failure can be even before t begins The answer can hard 1)' be to gol'ernment intervene to tore! tion President Eisenhower Bound ground when he deelire! ~ that step H free collective bargainin~ potential for producting wage and other agreement' management and labor t nu!1 itself The trouble in the steel ind be that over the llt decade O~ both sides have corne to takr more rigid positiollj There litlle common bali! lually agreed facl!; Each sid inflexibly on its own vmion facli mistrusting the other bargaining in any field require! dation of good faith t d sense of trust These things m~ lacking today n tbese import n! tiations Unless a way is found to resto the nation seems destined to pea ted crippling walteful this industry JOHN CAOT Montreal Star All this fus about John just so much nonsense to u! realen Take the Newfoundlanders stance They've always kidded selves that he first touched soil at Cape Bonavista on 1497 So this week as usual llned up a celebration with and speeches and whatnot The Cape Bretoners have powel'l of self delu8iori The)' that he landed at Sugar Loaf taln near ngonlsh So the! up a celebration and nvited Lord Mayor or BrlJtol-where started out-to come over 81d a bust of the explorer No' flces are red bel:ause the hasn't finished the job and had to postpon~ the show Of course from an h1!toricji of view they're both ali wet body know that John Cabot rived in Canada ahoard No 20 minute late at the mina You can stlu Bee him ng there the transfer stul in h!! hind waiting for a NO take him out to Montreal ' cujt Hom sys of the a grip of them The CA 5ffJ11J th other the telep that the test alin t all m for w Comp all d 'accor time is: say t There the en lncom calls hav 1959 sai mnl'~1 ex work Despite th the charge that it i ving p going drive ac although the Te is still We ho frc en EN No it c dej E lu 110i Dr: hd co

5 C ' ~ - BRHE BOSSAT r\ lilting of a!tri~f o'qry is welcomed ;:~~ and the genml n be no easy \:wppn 111'1'1 labor 'l'n~ on lor loml q~niflcant concujiol :1'rd the wage tlla :\ fhoul them the ~pr~' commenlary 08 'f the bargaining d he so and that he outjet be regard!6 :~ce 1!H6 the steel champed shut by 'tar would make it U :efn-ptuly to be told thll ul rlng for the whol nomy 5upplying 'ent 01 the raw r manufacturers phil by mm otheu 'rm done to the acli\'ity n he 'he affected general ioe patience with so barren of promilt tailure can be ~'C ~ginl cjn hard )' be to 11erl'ene to force ent Eisenhower lee!!ll when he decline to lectil'e bargalnin h! r producting ther agreements 'no iabor t mult f n the teel ndul')' lhf last decade or tohn CABOT \ontreal Star U1' about John h nonsense to u ~e\l'foundllj1deri fet ~~ve atway ddded 1e first touched p BonBvistA on his week usual celebration with s and whatnot f Bretonerl have elfdelusion They d~ at Sugar Lof ngonish So they ra tlon and invited r of Brlrtol-when to come over and the explorer Nolf r~ becluse the ~h~ tbe Job and fpon~ the show Crom an hlltorjell ~Y're both all wet that Jobn cabot nada board NO late at the Atw'tt' can still He hldl the tunlfer till ~ waitlnl for NO ut toe MOl trdl N'S NHD FRDAY JUlY Hl 1959 rry Wronl Number B\' ~ARlA LESLE SorT wrong nll~lber According to one of Avalon 1 West End customera thij s what one hem out of 10 when one picks up the telephone Eait End s\1bmiber wanta soft elbow cushion ~n To rtlt thp elbolvs nnturally Elbows get very tlrte! nl waltin~ for the Toll Operator to answer a cll \\'0 this clistomer ' \ HOllsin~ \rell Cllstomer sllys Mthat the St John's l\'stern is RS umlutombtic as t could possibly be \\1 of ihrse people lul\'e something n common They ~ ~ripr against the Avalon Telephone Company nd th~nl wallt their nnmes publilhed \ht Company's!ide of the story s lightly different tills that Newfoundlanders dd more talkinl thld e other CanAdiAns And what ia morl they atay the telephone longer Avalon Telephone enllineen that they hr\'e had to wlit from 9 AM unul Noon 'ttst a line hecause the people on the line did not get it R O1ornin!: nfonnjtioll cnlls nre mostly for numbers listed in the the girls on the service and company officials Silty per cent of nformation's calls re listed said \s fo \l'r<'11~ nll1nbcrs that' is not our fault a Tele 'r COl11pall~' offiical insisted Automatic equipment all lialed n111nbcrs f you dir lind get a wrong nrco!llill~ to A\'Rlon Telephonl' is your fault most timr Om cc]llipment ls lis efficient as machinery is: S;l\' the Telephone engineers Thrre are numerous ways of getting wrong num the tn~incers explained One of them s to dial \\ron~ numher Another s to force the dial with Still Another is not to bring the dial com h;lck or not to allow t to move freely The of Sl Jnhn' residents for getting wrong num indicates thut Avalon Telephone engineers hay let dil(o'cred 11 the way of getting a wrong num Sonl eol1r l\~~csted that perhaps the reason why rcsi grt '0 many wrong numbers s their inability to njrrr than two digits At one time f s\tch is the 1'1 Tl'lr)1hol1l' Company is being mflligned But their llist l'e did dial the right number: Thr rhlree that Toll Operators do not answer calls 31t';1onable length of time is untrue said a Com 0!\icl1i Tliere Rre 15 girls on the Long Distance Toll n(0\1lin~ calls arc registered on a panel of ighu (J! hare increased over loo?~ from January 1957 to j9j9 5ai~ an official -t s not easy to train taff (fidal ~xrllincd But he said -what girls we have ~:oo \\'orkers 'D;pile the Company's clnims that t is not to blame the chl!~es levelled against it some of ts customers hat it is The suggestion that Newfoundland tern m shorter than most plus the Newfoundland love q on~ chat O\'cr the telephone are important facton n rml ell~ing row with the Telephone Company might!o:ne \\'eight What do you think? ' at 9:00 Am; 11:00 am; 100 g Across ~~~; 3:00 pm and 11:00 pm The rates are $800 tach way nce for driver and car; 1000 for Provl commercial vehicle up to one ton Passengers ar charged $100 and children 110 cenll loir~ on 'acalion can i each drill C!05~ the provo To dale 2~5 mile of roada llihough about 10 mllea have been graded to Trans hl Terra :-lava Nation Canada Highway standardl of under construe which lome 40 mllel were pav ed in 1958 Roads reach Port Har ferry between Char Aux Buquel to Charlottetown ard Bunyan's Cove la small community on the bort :he 10 mile gap The of Clade Sound i~ Bonavtata m!s ('harlottetown at : Bay diatance of 4211 mllea 111:: 10:00 am; 12:00 From Bunyan' Cove on the 200 pm and 4:00 pm ' other de of Clade Sound to fer!) leare1 Bunyan' Cove St John' La 168 mlln ' want more horsepower from your engine? you'll get it with SHELL ENGNE CONDTONNG OL ~ 0 matter how ~refu1ly you treat your engine t can de\'elop liky valves and sludge dep~ils which waste horsepower Shell nsult Conditioning Olll!ushes out harmful alu~! frees sticky valves reduces ngine ~o~se-rtslortl top prjormll Du\'D n We'll help you to mar horsepower with Shell Engine Conditioning Oll ALWAYS AVALABLE AT THESE DEALERS Wilton 11'&1 Strut A4\ald Xeon Mow Claw 1101«1 t J B 'a &try\ SaioD ar!>our Oratt ~~~~ (Ma11 Av_ C1rko 8trT lllalloa CUoUaJ G u\!t'!daj cob&_~ 8!m'a :mt 111_ ClrboDl& -- - x Xeon JlUoV anco 00rJ tt &ppm Oar Harbour Gr 1ont~ ~ Zlla eomr&7'a 0 COtr a a p A ill en1 co \oum - Elubot A XUD ' n1m lllloa Diltrlbuted n Newfoundland By Harvey' Automotive Supplies Limited JOa STRm ST JOHN'S --d~ THE FEASTDAY OF SANT ANNE July 26th at the Bllsilica of Ste Anne de Beaupre will be held during the Solemn July Novena and the Feast of Saint Anne July 26th Most Reverend Sebastiano Baggio the newly appoint ed Apostolic Delegate to Canada will celebrate the Pontifical Mnss on the FeaJtday t 1030 am and will preside the Solemn Blessing of the sick on the Ulnle day at 230 pm The photogrnph shows Most Reverend Sebastiano taggio Apostolic Delegate to Canada on the occasion of a recent unofficial visit at the Basilica of Ste Anne de Beaupre New Biggest Longliner '' Built At Grand GRAND BANK (Friday) - The new longllner Dorothea Reeve built by Grandy Bros wa launched here 11 am to day The launching was watch ed by a large gathering of citi zen S the vesllel slid down the way for a perfectly executed launching A the hip began to move little Mlu Shirley Evans of EngllJh Hr Welt and daughter of tbe ownermashed the tradi tional bottle over the bows to chrllten the hip The Dorothea Reeve s the eighth hip to be built and launched here by Grand Bros e n recent years She is the larftest and finest looking ship of them all with very trim lines ~nd sturdlly constructed for heavy weather operations She 1 s 60 feet long with an 18 foot beam and s about 65 tons bur den She s equipped with a 190 horsepower Rolls Royce diesel engine which w!ll give the ves sel a cruising speed of about 10 knots She s equipped with the latest and navigational equip ment including radar loran and fatnometer all of which with the engine were nstalled before launching The vessel s owned and will be commanded by Captain Wil e B n Camp At Bay Bulls by Grandy Bros for Captain Ham Evans of Engllsh Hr West and she will operate at offshore fishing operations This s the second fishing dragger built Evans who also owned and op era ted the drai:ger Jean and The Catholic Boy B Club Edith which was destroyed by lponlore~ by Terra Nova Coun fire on the Grand Banks n the cll Kniahll of Columbus Autumn of 1957 went nto Camp at the cami>' itl t Bay Buill on July 5 for period of 10 day 80m 42 boy together with the lupervilon re quartered n the 10 eabllll erected three year 110 t Bay Bull! The Camp il under the dlrec tion of Mr Bl1 Power Club Leader nd competent taif of iditruct01'8 including the wellknown and popular former bour Mr Tom Puss)foot Belllon 11 on hand A very fina programml haa been ar rantled nd the luperviso1'8 will b ably uillted in the work by Mr Tom Kavnlsh and Mr Bob Kennedy two emlnarianl who for the put leveral yean have been in attendance at the Summer Camp in upervisory capacity Tb Cathol!g Boy Club has been opera tina uccefully aince 1946 with n verage en rollment yearly of 120 to 130 bo)' A very complete programme!j carried out nd great sue cell hu' been achieved The boys range n age from 12 to 16 nd derive great enjoyment from all Club activities Season al actlvitiea luch hockey and ndoor wlmmlng are al8o fea tured n July of 19~8 the Terra Nova Council Knlghll of Col umbw assumed full sponsorship for the Club and since that time much progresl hal been made n ordertci defray lome of ttl expense of' Summer Camp a Field Day will be held on Sunday July 12 com mencing at 3 pm Durilli the put two year thj Field Day has been l'ut lucceu t J hoped that thia year' event will be equally i (Uccessful A commltt from the Knighta under the ChalrmaDihip ot Mr Frank Fitzgerald ia making the arrangementl for what prom Jea to be a very enjoyable atemoon The ColumbllJ Lad iea' AuoclaUon will be on hand to conduct canteen and a apeclal POrll programme witt he usual altractiolll will ouer v1ltol'l full and enjoyable afllmoon Durinl the afternoon Hil Grac Archbishop Skinner and' hll perty will be formlll1 v1llun the Camp Called To Bar A chhfon headcoveri:1g that many women will like for sum mer is designed as a triangular scarf that pulls through a side S F DNGLE S F Dingle of Montreal vice president operation Can adian i'iational Railways ar rived n St John's Thursday accompanied by D V Gonder of Moncton vlce presldent and general manager of the company's Atlantic region The two officials arc here on an nsllection trip of Ci'iR facilities throughout the New foundland e!lstrlct and during their two day tour will travel to port RUX Basques 1\(lking the nspection with them will be district manr!ler ane! gen eral superintendent E J Cooke At Port nux BRsque~ the visiting offlclals will jon the 1\V William Carson for T-o;orth Sydney from where they go to Halllax before reo turning to headquarters Epidemic Of Measles The Chief Medical Health 01!leer announced that there s an epidemic of measles at Hare Bay while four cases have been: reported from Corner Brook: Heart's Content has an epi slit and buttons at the back t demic of chicken pox Two Bank comes n many pastd colors ca6es of chicken pox have been DAVD SPARKES son Df Mr and Mrs James Sparkea Shearstown arrived in st John' thl week where he plana to be call ed to the Newfoundland Bar in the vel')' near future Mr Sparkes WBS called to the Bar of ontario and enrolled ss a 0Ucitor on June 25th after graduating with the degree of BarristeratLaW from Osgoode Hali Law School Toronto Mr Sparkes l~ also graduate of McGill University; Montreal where he obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree He also studied Quebec civil law at Me Gill University He s member of the Can adlan nstitute of nternational Alfai1'8 Toronto Brandl and a member of the Canadian Tax Foundation He articled with the law firms of Wright and McTaggart; Payton Billgs and Graham Barristers and Solic! ton of Toronto Mr SpArkes ntends to take up permanent resldence in S John' w~ere he w!!l practice law RHNOCEROS N LONDON LONDON (Reuters)-Part of a teg lone of rhlnoceros that roamed what i! now London's well end years ago has ~ dug up on the site of a building n the heart of the dty t waa discovered 35 f~t belolv the pre~nt ground level by work men lnkllll all aft KEEP A KODAK CAMERA HANDY BROWNE Strov CAMERAS' These snapshot cameras make color slides too! 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6 THE DALY NEWS ST JOHN'S NfLD FRDAY JUty 10 i i ( j > ~ ' i '! i ' PERSONAL FOR THE LADES * CHTCHAT UGULA MEETNG The 'Put Noble (lrandj Club 01 StJohn' Rebecca' lodie held their rellular meetin n June at the home of PMG Silter Sarah Kelly After the devotional period which wu conducted by the Prtsldent PMG Sister E Stagg the reo aullr bullness wal transacted Alter lome discussion ll was decided the Club would meet durlnll the ummer months After deftllnil with lle bur neu that came lip before he Club the meeting cloled n he u!u manntr to mcet again in July t the home of the Pre ident A socir hour brought a ery enjoyable e\'cnins 10 ~ close MARRED Congratulations are extcnmd to Constable Leo J Elliott A lan't bland and Miss Patricia A Butland Salmonler S Mary' Bay who were united n marriage at the Basilica of St John the Baptist on Jul) by Rev Father Conro)' Best wishes are extended to them from tilelr many friend! at LamaHne VSTNG CT\ Arrived by TCA from Hali fax Mrs Arthur B Johnson nee Pearl Payne ami two children Gall and Wally on a visit to her parents ~r and ~lr A Payne 29 Franklyn A'C BACK TO WORK ~ls5 Frances Sparrow nurse n tralnlng at the Royal Vic toril Hospital ~ontreal left by TeA July 2nd after spend ni month's vacation with her parent! Mr and )rs A J Sparrow 91 Monkstown Rd NNTH ANNVERSARY Coniratulations are being ex tended to?r nd Mr& Edward Cuberry 137 Casey Street who relebl'lte their ninth wedding annll'ersary July 12 They were married at the Basilica of S Jolin the Baptist b)' ~!oltsignot' D L O'Keefe N HOSPTAL Mra ~l :-ichael's enlered 51 The Clare' ~!erey Hospital to un dergo n operation Her many friends will wish hcr a ~pcedy im recol'try ature ASOS Con~ratulatlol1' to loan alld C)T Stump on the hirth of a' son Robert Antholl) who wa: Christened 3t St Clare' letel' : Hspital on July 9th The God h' :m\s MCKL':L U\\'KESCE p1renljl are Mr! Marie Power 'Dave's mother was rying :0 and ~r Jack Kavanagh spoon applesauce into his lille brother's mouth \\'he:! Da\'e knocked over his glass of milk There was 8 pause The~ with protesting weariness n her -!\1\RRED lit Wesley United Churcl1 ~tn~' 16th were \lnrgmci rlaul:hter of \r and Mrs C R Pern' St John's to Peter son of \r ;md \n \y \1 Philpott Toronto The d~ublering ceremony was pl'rfonncd by Rcl' Dr A S Butt at ;30 pm Between Us Women POOlt Gl:OltGE GETS TWO WEEK Sf:~: '!'::-;('l'; OF FUN FUN FUN (icorge \'01 ; ~o hard wurry auolll him Geor;:c's wi[e tells her [ricnds But wilen the lime comes for George u bcl his Lwo wceks' racalio~ Mama orten plans n Lrlp hal S no real l'acalio~ for )loor tired old George Wc'll lake the kids and dri''e 10 Mother and Dad's ~r' Gcorge decides The fact LhaL illothcr and Dad may H\'e a thousand miles away and that the kids are little demons wwn ;::':ed 10 travel long distances by car doesn't faze Mama After all if she takes care of the kids all year round George ought to be able to stand them for a twoweck 'acation 50 Geor~e does the driving bawl~ out he cllildrcn WhC~l th:v get to fighting on he back ~cat loads and unloads the car and herds the family inlo re:; lallrants for meals-which arc nc\'cr 'ery relaxin~ He \'isits his wife's relati1'cs and makes small talk with her ~ir::lood friends and then slarls the lon~ trek back homc glad 10 be heading for the office with a i hectic vacalio~ behind him [[ Mama is really worried about poor Geor:;e's need of a change and a rest why doesn't she plan things \l'ith George'! needs in mind? Why doesn't she arrange things SO thal she and Georg~ hare a nice pleasa~t easy trip together wherever (;eorge wants to ~o lea\'in~ the ;ids with 11!itler? And then to plan to get uack from the v<lt'allon earlv enough 10 hal'c a fcw davs of fun with the children picn;ckin~ and s\\'immin~ and sighlseelng cio'e to home? The rcaso~ she doc~n't s be he need o\'erwhelms her and: calise Geor~e ~clually comes here is:l't any room in her m:nd i l~st n her pl~nnln~ She can': for the idea o[ asking him 10' dlsappomt her parent~ hr wipe it up Like a Pllppet P!: would worry about the kids if 'd by in\'isible string~ she ~e!!; she tlll'ne<i hem orer 10 some her nop ann proceeds 10 dih! one e!;e aurl ~fler all! family Born Jul)' 7th t Bellevue H08pltal Nell' York Cly to :!dr nd M'! Gerald Clark a 1011 Tlte mother was he former \'olee h~ mother said Why Christine John'a Moor! of 51 can't you e\'er watch wilat )'ou are doin;:': She ~ol her mop and ~arted to \l'pe p he ~ptllcd milk Many wome:l \\'ho are other L wle well roome~ are careless The irlea of ~king D8\'P to ~bout &hoes Check )'Ours once wipe it p n~\'pr enlered her week to!ee if hey need pol mind lsh or new lift~ or other rfpai r And rotlte them if you \1'Rn them to stly fresh and lalt on 11'1' Hu\'ily!Oiled clothes require ~eep cleansinl For this reason 1:00d chlorine-type bleach s Met to we Normally you' wouldn't We hi! bleach wl!h d&rlco(olored clothes but olten tl la lece!s8ry to remove sreae and l'ime work clothes aceumu!alt \\'0:1 [or him :'at:llon the acccpled thin Parent Which is ullforllllhle llr-' n til'' calise 6yrar'o!t1 lj~\'e dol'1': t Hilt f a wife doe~l'1 t\pr pll: 'l'gi;tt'r the work his m()lher i;: KO' old ('[lll'ge flr5t J'lst Who UOill~ fu' hil11 What he d~es i '~ glling ll2 t'pglst S the 'l'crl'1!tlbioll aware of h('r reenlment 11\'~lh winch sht do('s ~'\ ~~ lu:~!! ~he fears \ho kt otller peuple U\eO frlhlclled UV le'll u~e the ' 't 11 '' D' h f 1 d ~ ' ~ t ('an ('L: ) ~ an ap lis are er CC S B goo 'rest of Llie afternoon 10 peq~r pealing ~ensation' All Davc 5 deal of reentment at her hea' her wilh ~e\\' h h'ld ' dl d d' demanus n the n th' ' d' h 0 er is rea y oong B~ ~ ere t y C ren s e~ ess ~man S hope she'll somehow raspond 10 5entfully wrings out her mop for on her But she s onl~ half one with genuine nterest and the fourth time s to ~ay See a\l'are of t t seem~ such a kindncss ' how ol'erworked am? 'Won't mea~ unnatural feeling shc s So it makes no sense wha~ someone p!ea~e help me? ifr~ld to become fully aware of c'er for chllrl guidac~ experts The rouhle ~ Dal'~ e~'t t 10 lell her that D~\'e needs to tr~n~laleher resentment inlo its To live \\'ilh till nromforl learn 10 correct his Ol\'~ mis'l in~occnt meal1in~ W hi chis able slqge<lioll thai ~11P noesn t lakes She's 100 ahsorned n \l'hy -he 11~t 11)' 10 trallslate il lo\'e hel' )'oltn~slers he way shc hrr own need to pro\'e hcr<clf for him And instean of rushin~ oughl to she has nel clopi'd ~ loving ann patien! 10 have any for the mop sa\' All ri~ht gel rlriying nel'd to pro\'e tllsl she illtercst n hi! need he mop dear S lip he milk docs Tile only 11'8)' she can lisp their Rnd shol\' Blldd)' how 'ell )O! colildn'! for like 8tl nf us SO whcn na\'c 8plll! hi milk l'isp coun~el is to hecome fully can help \!other The Step-n Dress For Summer Days Ewt'OVND CATHEDR sunday 8 am H am Mal pre'a' r T Holy B of W a The Rev ~ornin He\' S \ 0\\'1 rl111 rl3l' \f (11' s Sclw \\lj'hip ST JA~ 'ilahcth i\ NO NEED TO BE GRAY! MEN C WOMEN c Mpart Ntvrll Looki CoDr Cny n fdttl H1t with S(O'$ ANn-GRA Y HARY'ONE rr-tu wrtt emil ~ Llftolln Concl1tlllll till hlip MOey bkk ' A Tnt! -wm Not Wish Out t dirlcltti for twa ar tm As waistlines return to normal and clothes conform to the cu\'ves of the budv desi'1 interest centers on the manipulation of fabric and interesting trim These designs by Dorqthy O'Hill'a of Cal ifornia show both Crisp black linen shcath (left) has ; white linen top with collar and trim of chc(;ked : black-anci-while linen Pale pink linen (center) has wiele collar ending in suft fringe tie Big fabric- i tlkl th anly rlqulnd BY GALF~ DtJlji\S T!'0' l~ $3 ~D $(5 New York - :\U - The i slepln dress usen 10 be regard 8 61 Drull Elizabeth DruGS ed as a stepsister of the bungs- ~ low or Hoover apron As a fash Kllmount Drugs LeMarchanl lon t ran about as fast as Silky Drul Edward's Drua and Sullll'an in the KenLucky Derby rlrlldlle Pharmacy But R hat has cha~gcd n dress s 8 fash lon With C1lncealed front clos L-t j m~ thc ~ledin covered buttons march down the front of this sheath Dress of cocoa linen (right) has frosty white at the neckline and checked trim outlining the bodice and center iront These are the kind of clothes inciispensable for summer living that reo i quires a sleek trim look They are both elegant and flattering ing or evrn wilh big bolrl!~b ronfurming 10 the lines of thc hill'e lovely dolhco; withuut sac rlc'comed bullons t helps to bod)' t's belted in the right rificing speed in dressing mske living eosler n summer- plnce nt the nntllrnl waistline The srek Unes of these new time But h~ big plus is the Best of oil )'011 c~n apply i sheaths urc balunced at the top way t looks make'up do your hair and step uy deftly manipulaled [auric r The step in dress has been into your dress without smear by liltle touches o[ trim repeal done for this summer in beau 109 lipstick or mussing a careful cd in collar and front closing tiful imporled linens a~d gi\'en coiffw'c For he gill who leans Some are contri\'ed 10 place a an sir o[ true elegance t's i a busy busines! or social life the Louch of white nearet the iace lines are sleek Lrim and curvy slepjj fashion is ideal She can where it is pure flattery CHCAGO-Quct'll Uizabeth emerges from a giant displny depicting R albing machine at the :\useum of Science nnd ndustr)' here July 6th Standing behind the Queen nrc left to J'ight:-Princt' Philip Daniel c~laster Director of the Museum and Mnjor Lennox Lohr Chairman of the Board of thl Museum-UP Telephoto rr_a_s_tr_o_-g_u-:-d_e-:- For FrKlay July 10 i Pruent-For You and ~ Yours Caution is ne<:eml)' during the afternoon and C'ening ~ get important matt~ out of the way urly whed asp<cr are working in yoor favor There ~ms 10 be some d ishormony in the domestic pichlft because of financial mltters Avoid bic~ering Take tho lead in settling the dispute on~ Dd foc al :~ B!y _Ce_e_an Past On July Future _ Business will proj William Jenning! Bryan was ably spend $21 billion (7 per i n«ninated by delegates 10 the cent) more on new plant and Dcmocrtic National Conl'cn- equipment in 1959 han w lion as heir presidential sian- srent last year The bulk o'! dard becr t wa hi~ third capital spending will be directc1 i minalion but the third time toward reptacemeot snd mod \ didn't tllrn out to bc charm ernization! for Mr Bryan! The Day Under Your Sign A~ES So MTCh 21 Aprl Mop a ('C' ~!titudt 'nell r«1'\c ~rt )'1) lor 1 101n TAURUS (Ap'O 20 My 101 FxPlit' ~ a~\\ilic Ctrml :adl'll1tle The m(tlcy pict(' ron l lnuc f>'-od GEMN (M'r 21 Juntlll Yor!imr1 C'C'lrT'~ but lhi~ iln'l it 0 ukt bu:k ul 11C1W CANCER (J llio July 21) A drum could bkome _ rnlitr Use chlrm DLd winclnj way LQ chit~c )'Wr RUn leo JJ 12 AU9lli P~llCe th JL~!HC J lhlully Dr-n't be duu \UlC\l VRGO (Aq 221 Spl 221 oiltttttltiott wo:\'1 im:l'r' p~plc Lut rt w1l DUlt them ~UJl 1«1 LBRA (S'pl Ocl 22) Yffl mly ~~'i a nit lut of lora ur1z in tilt dly ~ no'! for \01:1':' SCORPO (Ocl 2310 N lll (X 'nlj\lld watch lour \t ~ )011 arc tlninj rhl!t' \'irtt1l' 11;e'll 1 SAGTARUS (N ll to Coc 21) r l (th r'\illd 101 ~1y bo!'cn )f'j rrtuch On the gl) htelr f t(\j lu\'( CAPRCORN 10oc 211 J 201 Sur [lm ill ~C bc-r ta slrfli Keep ))LJr tmonon ill chrd: AQUARUS (Jn 21 Fob }'rur tnj W lot- OHfly _n~l\t \vlj burllulc toc )'AO lon :; PSCES (Fb 20 r M<h lol WrtA nul rl:l)ul( :rn(l lrrorrhlon h ~t- in to1l:t:de: n1 hinlln ht tnrotlh e?h Firld Ert~r;>rjul nc! Fashion T' Thn'~ ple\coloj'''j ioh~< ~rp ria~d\' in: the ro:nr of ~ b~ic ;'1 r ' (;lrl ill'::~ \\hrn W! \1 iloll' instead oc hlilp ; ro:ih \'ith nail po': :1 1nd st~rt all Ol'cr Mzn Some gals collect (~i~ f )'ou do keep thrn' ~ :lox asici (!o~n \'OW : clry so that they d~n't ; scratched And if the'rl they'll need pollshini GRFF A-LW iin'lte ~oru '' Ellis lional iug \ rsh AD J

7 0 s~1f \C follndland t- of California 'r rollsseau dl11lding R wah Jlll1' 6th Standing \ e \ mter Direelor the Board of the :-' ash ion NDA Y SERVCES ell ref of E!!/u1ll1 '-' pm Bible Speaking and Read! lng Class; 830 pm ~llnlstrr ' Development Class: Theme: Humbly Sene Jeho\'ah - Pro\' 8:2 First Bapt'ist Chw'ch ()~ PORTUGAL COVE RD Rev F C Fenerty BA 945 pm Sundny'School; 11 El'i\;ll:Q ~lld Sermon am ~ornlng Worship; 715 Till'lin (; 11 Enrlc sm El'clllng Worship (with children rom the Vacation Bible School takln!! part) 0111 (1)' Wednesday R pm Mid ; j:; 'll at' Veek scrl'icc 01 prayer and \1:1 ~ ~o am; Bible ~t\lr1y : '11ll 11101\ You'l! rind 1 warm \\elcome pm at First Rapt 1<1 Tl'inity l'rl1~'(\l' - 1 lj:nll Bishop Writes SElF BY FULTO:l J SlEE: it is the transformation of the ' nto the Eternal Thou f ': 1:1 tile human oreier the Wi(i': Doubt is \'alid and necessary who would shut out her intcrc;) ~ provided one douol~ the n~l!t lu1 Lie muand's lee or the things Too k\' el'er doujt husba~d who would shut out h: themselves; too many believe ~ inlerelts from the life Yo:il~'' thelll'lelves when lh~y arc not nel'cr grow together in hap;u; objects worthy of belief Th~ ness: ~o tco il the unfolding of ' fable of ~arcissus is an example per>onlity ifr is more hp1l of such self complacency 0i1c jllst bclc'ing in oneself but? day :oarmsus who had resisted lljd fo11 lq'l ~n'in~ ~x all the charms of others camc' p~l:cncc corne An isolated sclf to a cryst1 clear pool 1'001 c~ard:c of hll\\' mil; ooped Lo drink llere 111;' ;clico:1fdcnte it ha' is for~llr:\ OW1 imil~( tholl~ht J to be a 1(1' 1111!' il :' [ld O:l t:wn h~l'{lu':'e Nol(1f walcr S!ll't l!ring 111 n:: \\atc'r t;~ ~('lr \\:10 S lh~l'c \\:1r1 C':l;:- COWER STR:ET Scrl'i('cs of \\'ol'shlp \\'111 hc rondul tcrl alii D1l1 ~ld j 1'111 by He\' t \' Bl'oillr alld the l1\uie will bl' ulhl'r tlie dll'l'etioll '11' Dlllgln< (1~ lollll the mnl'llillll Mr Br:lllc' <er subjet t will ill' \n [licredible Happness :tnn n th!' P enln~ he sermun sllhjrd ill be A :'lnn of '(;d \isiturs 11'111 be \'d come G'or!!/ Sl1rrt 1hlik(1 Chlllc1 ~1 T1llln Till' Cllmrltonr was bid hy Ron ~lrpllrn Rrnd(l1 ~11T:\ 'lal' 2~ ls~~ The hurdl 'a' [Jcllcd i~ rl' G S \tlligan ~l:\ Dcccmbcl 14 11)7:3 Last year Rn annl'x as added 10 thr church _ ---- He :;a7cd ~:1d admll(ld tl:r hal: not j' ill('( nne'!rl'd1 lile ~\'C; the coalollr of lilt LCt' 1iJo 11'11;; kcl h~t il i o[ n word he fell in 10\ C \\ i:: :-' ':1 il ~ nn!lnll''~1 nor rx himself c SOU~ilt a k bill tcept too mllch and that ~ m~ th~ charmer made no reilll'n f) 'l' affection \ot lein~ able : break ht fa;l'in3ion he nin! all l' Anci died But he elid he lel'e n himself Counlless are he hook< \\'hid; When War8 Haye 0 Pr'v'/eged Relat'onsh'p i ~~gh~~~ns~~ ~~~~i~rc~~h:~ll~~~:\ U r ' li7e that if hc scts a hi~il idcal Mormon Elder'~: Expresses Gratitude for hi111~1f he 11'1\\ re~iize it Ceased ~ YOUR NAME EliZABETH? that the onl~' reason he i< not u millionaire i< because he lac~; ' ReVSn«80 k Of \l'h RY RE\ DR FREll MSS lle hi~h priest so we by the' her namr for Elizabeth nlca]s the sh to be a milionare Elrler Rcx R BcnnlOn j (OlllR ~rlll~t b 0 al :lca~ ~ho5e black Alld (jud!:31'c \dnm a spccial gift \lurk of he 10ly SPrit li1rougl; he oath of God or as le ma) l<so\<1n [or the church 01 Rrl H \\: Br~ln~ omtnou douds fo' naming things nnd peop;c' tile shed blood of Jcsus are mar' \ nterpret t You can be sure 01 The fallacy all }he hep Je~ls Cnmt of Latler Do) ' nl '1l1lstcl RC \\ Common Prayer hlch mollnt )on eastern sk) Tile Hebrew racc nirerited this ricd to 111m God You con count on Hi ~'oursdf to pros:'cl'lt) potions! Saints c~pre'scs his ilpprccla B llrector 05 What mean hose lincals and gifl ~nd made the Bible a tre1 ) word Of 811 the many men and S the as>uml'tloll hal a\\ tlldt tl~n tn the pco!1l~ o[ :':C' Or:~ll1l\t am] ChOir The Grnernl Synan Commillee That boasl~ of peace be~le~ : tlons What ould pare~t~ hae: OUt D::LlEH::H at tile time of the birth of our ' thah onp has nt the pree:lt' tl11''e 'hol him ' lr Douglas O~mond on Rp'islon of the Book 01 Com s earlh agalo 10 be bapllzed do:1c without such readvtohand T f E 1 th Lord Elizabeth n many wa)'5 tlme:-:o man Y et has el er 11- ~ ':llla~' School: study consultatio:l and inlcnsl' e us ea ~n carnage sla\l: Adam :-1aomi Rutil Hanndli' ler of the second flook of King; The others s~pm to hal'e ha 1 ~rollvd by PU1~;! ~n his 0':1:' at ons :~ ':7\\ fol\ll~ and ~n Dllnr orshlp Pre~eh' work presellts 10 the Forthcoming ah:oad t:stllcr ~13ry Rhoda Josepli There the nam S written ai need of special 'SOnS to te:1 panls ~ he m~~lo~ The 1':' n' ~ :~ee; ~ou co R ' ilrame Subject (enerni ~'norl in Seplember Ls \\orld lor acalo forsooth Benjamin Samuel ~tbttl\cw' h let F them a~d to assure them that son man S \leak JS nol Just 1C' pe S eltall!) glall~ng you U':O: ~r A E clangs o[ 1181' sury of names for futur ~enera A :-;A~: TA~ S r'ks Ot women who appear in the Bibl S needed JS a lofl(cr picture of [ounrllallli for thc ki\1dnc~s n lifeblood 01 our youth'? ' e nome 0 za ~ ap' d' k ted himseif tcn feet off tll ' r 01'1' '~'eral denomln mon Pr;)ycr Dfler tli ycars of ~! t d th d names lor ther clllioren ;)S F'! pe:l's uuin in llie ele\'cnth chap comes closest to or nr a ' ' '' d ';ndloll' Ha~pine' f:1u!lr~rt P UW' Book 're' is Oh what fearful rightflll' 'ark [\ke J~110 DU'id Jnllle~ r lot ~~a f tl~ SJ~e f ~o Goel had great' business afoot cuse he do~; no~ bcliel'e in: ial C a \'Cr~ bcouliflll country ' ljlllne W-orhip' 'd ~nd colw~le;' in accordan~c tliing Pelcr 'Paul' and' man' ~he'~ 1 :( (e od :rjs par a ~~C': But no anoels visited Elizahelll i himelf: it is beealle he lae~s: alld the hospitality 'ou have ' That 'l~~t world yn '11 b ' n mean e la same a> ' e' th t' \ ' 1' i l'st d 1 er R\' R ' Bra nc ' wilh t hc dirl'd ion of the Genc ' : r c Tilt' taking of nall1e~ rom tile 811d the second part meuns Tllf~ True she was 1ed with the i e ro:r 0 me a 101 e 115 pre 10\\ n SOl an u c ' dealh ae of the Puritans in Fnlu d' oal 't' lie la lis' e 10 ~ OJ: she' reqlnr~ no ~noelic lo'ice 0; uot only a goal or a l':sh or 3 ~lani doors hal'e been opened 011' :er P : oler 1l 00 k s 0 f tl lr ' ~nd slauglller ' we shall! f e ~S he :\cw Telamcllt had ~ pi ' or daullt~r ' ltd lei of 1 kill' 118' Jo< prmcess am lie liad [e 'i<ioll to conl'inee her She took 'lll: ' t 0111< t a-o \- X' a no\\~r: ' 10 t lc ~[07n:on Eld ' el's <\11 d \ \111 of Cod Acts ral S'10rl of 1'1;; hal nlcadful hideous la)' 01 Blblc \l'8s \cr\ common n i' ' b 1'1 T h u Holv SPirit and spake out Bu sent lelel The deal must bellalnlv commend )OU for t \\t\~l' ~TRrl:T \:J~Cali (ommlllllo~ lial t reo 1 \\ hal noble cllle' tcked and loed the Romoll Catholic bcel~ slitteclle/bl' \in~ Ahaliali he 10rd of God as i ue Whea \\llch 'i1rplie ellergy \\'h(ch \\ mony discussons n the homes 1lP?' Hel' 5 qulred a slll1i1ar perod of tllne crushed (l1urell with tile names of Saini' k ' ; 11 ' ile crowd tried to make her i lack ollly From some JU hal'e been held 0'or'3 nl'd ChOir 'nr 'll'h relion _ Scottih 10: Will strew a bloody plain: the Puritans eoncelltl'nle!i i; til:' Jfl'C'e'hrller110fas '1 el adopt he name thel' had choensid~ nd ol'erll'he'mi'lg 'oureel ' _' ' \ ' ': 1 1_ \hat miolltl' ho~' f sllatt ' ' a ter a S OJt rclgn 0 one lelr tl t - t ' '\5 tralel the nell' fields Or Oald 1\ Pelrrs l1\lllcan 1 1'1 de~d ~ ' O CC' ~ O:d Tc<twnent h so _~ mlll'h ~o llat b e 'd 101 an C ' mo tl lei 1110 '1' (e for her d Clllld Sh sh~ ' rcflled h t n G b tile'r la ollr 'cotet ;uco' nsn:rallon no on recel bllt a: e of lobar - \\111 ai\\a~s rcmem n rrwr ot Chmtloti 1:1 l' iat folir 'enl tile Re Sholl lot fr t one ltol'lan c~ t tllp e termllled to seize he throne [01' 'erslla e e hncw \' a 01 ' 'd' ' b r St John \ewfoundland d Dr~[unl's': )llss \iluli tollll1llttct ~ 'con lil'l \'h t 'to mo:n DO main lew inl'asion 1\lmo't r ' e ' hel'elf and to ensure this sel ha1 said and [or Elizabeth that <0 t lelr tremen ous mo ll' c 't f 11' the hosl'itali' ' a an mcan 0 \l'e a~' ':11 d t ~ t t ' ' '-nttl h mat' '' What a' poll'er 'anl mos 0 a ' ~i' llth members or the Chul'l'h proach ~ ac al Oln cou'~ loas i ab~lt murncrtng all po>lb:r ' el r c i ' ty of the :\ewfoundland' clcr) pari of l'anpda h:1[ That day ~o ion~ fnrelold '~ Allimeiceh :nn~~kllk Ti: clalmanls t WJS at this ponl nll\ht) blessm!: ~lch a mother The '1\' mllt comc [ronl people ' o~alll lorked hrollgil t!e who:e When allihe kings of carlh 11Ut Klah ~plcllllectcl Pel~llah Sh~'that choshaba came drama:' mulljave been to her child and he olll1'ir [1'0111 JhDC T011l Sl1crrely ; lill ' 1i lill ller' '< B 't alld 'er!; \H;llr \111S' of the Draft flook O er ~OOO mert dlack Ze~ulon and Zerubboll : ea!ly illto the story At great to_her husband H S not ~llr'ltlle Elerllal Then o'lr m1'l~1 letel contninin~ 1~ge'llOn~' n Arma~rddon's fold' t \\'as s~'d that one ~~ld e~sl pcl;olj risk she sal'cd the ll p::'ln~ that ;l~r child ~r~:1 a\~d en(lealor< call he reoli:'~d ollt FJDEH REX BEON and trillci'l11s h'le been recri ' th' t 1 d U\ e co\1plled a dol ector) 'lf [a'l ch'lrl of the kill and can axed sllon J1 the Sllrh C ' S S a as 0 lr tc rn <lnll' lh'c~le 111<'1 ar r R f i' : nred u'h \\'Ol11en no' onl\' 0'1 ' [10n'o Rl' ('c'pllting the Chun'h of' ed ann stlldled and cunslncren F ' h tlo 11 C lame> rom e SO( lers cealed 111m n thl' house of Got! ' t to ~olltlcts 1'lh the [):( P \~ a ~ 0 Clrm lrea Cromll'ell's O'\l1Y Of conlc ill name la' Jo~sh nd he be the till ones of empires bllt Clcll Lottt'l 1);1'- The l'h:rf cha1gl inee the '~' ()fe 'c ~ nea~ th~da; of douln he thing lias corricd 10 extr' l'aille oli' of the better killll' 0; marc ur~l':lli~' n h~ homes o~ ':Hlut :'ole ;011 Colli do ~oll Jus l'linst of oort prt'ellt('(i to he lat mect : God~lOl;tl'~1 Weal ' ml Bul he Billie till remnlll 1udah Here og11l the nl1le' ollr peoplc We need men ~11'l in~ ri~' 110' 11COl1 111\1 a m'1 :-:11111' llg 01 licllel;)1 Synod are: 3 ~) ord ugges ~ he ~eateq reasur)' of namcs: ~:lizdhl'th speuk' to lis of e::; o ll en lho \\:11 stcp oul holdly! call11ot i)re;jtlw 01' col or 11ft ' ar for the chi lu ('11 of chl'lllan lie calile m'o the world whel'elhclir\ln~ mplcitly on the rrlea hal1d tl\ol~h a ralli ~rl1sl' 'fill: (C)\!\'TnY PAn~O:'l' \' ('crtollll '('\'te~ esprri:l:!)' 'ci feat's need nul dismay: 'parenl And londedul l1am~s thl' force of'elil lere bllsl' see~ ~d World of God ami refl1s\l\~ ths is rlle f Diline ph)i['ol [< ' ~~'i':(' tlir~~ e'~lrl::dc( h!' R blh~~ For J~'t beyond the mght thel'' tllcyare rich 111 'mcanlng dl'~' ~ 10 d~tl'oy all lho wo'uld to be llgil pressul:ed i~~o ac la<si<lanl'c wrre remolcd from p n \ee 1~rC U~iC'cd ) ~cams : Cllptlle of charalter wa)'s u~ any 110)' U'1'P tlicll' authorily erptlng an;: other \\ord LS' us for hut a ccond lip '1 lhe~ ll' pleenled Are rhat glad Hno onolls lin) e' and l''al'' ell'lll' 'fh d ' 10 tell to Palll s warmn~ n ~ lrllo 'lpse hacl; tlie 110tll'10(' ~ J 'll' \l'h Ch' t h i u' c el hp a roarln~ - - \;td fo'll n en ris s a comc to tlalill in Thol' link tile genl'l'nl'on-' t \ t k 'thy Studv to shew thl'sef ap from 1\ hclitc we rl11c But till' \ '' f lo~elher and thel' link the bea '1111ill (lestrlll' '\s h n mace pro\ed unlo (1)[1 n 1'0l'hma:1 lext 1':1' lier m~on< thol n mall 1:1lhrlli \C '~(o'l St His olin b' - ll'n a loll see 1\g wlom e: ' ' ' 'r' ' til 11<'11 11 leo {!on~ or 4nd ant hem rich rewa ds ' ' ' C ' b '1 '' ':'~ ~o:'nln~ <lnd E'ellin Pral'er is T' ' r 'h' i re' o~ the name 'lth God \\'ha: clear hen he lempted our Lord 11lat neencth not 10 C as lame~1 l'annot bctome morp til;ln mall t \ 1 11\) ' len peace s 18 elelillore C i< the name of the 'oung tl ~' S t d rhtlv dll'ldlng he ord of trut cannol hnl'e rllth fa lls lllind' fl' H prolilbi lh a fel\' millor o~rs ' n p \lc nc a an lan e ~ b bb' ' l n1 n: ['ilnn~c t i he new Lectionarl' \\ H' our Lord of Lords! woman \\ho S Quecn of the Bnt el'en Christ 10 fall dolln and wor Shlln prof~ne and vain a hng' aho\'e that WCll reasons knolls Olr :~: \J S il) :'C: 0: the' Cill1rch of En~land t h Commonwealth Sl~~ bea~s ~hip him But Jesus han come for th~y \'ll! nerea~c u~to mo:e and a 100e for lls heart ail~l'e (: Cilo T' fll P O\'sio 01 Col the s\\eet nbllle of Ehzabctn to seek and S31'e men and 11'0 ungodliness and thclr lord 1111 that whlcil emollons ocloll' llth ~ ~ le'~~' ~~'~'els ;~d rgo~p~lns The Buo'vanllv i Thai!inks her l'ith her forebcnl'l men He saw men and women ~at as doth a canker The foull' out the cter~~1 s't l pl\'in;: th~ \1; 1\ '~~ b a ' ' \ Elizabeth he }'rst and it also as Elizab~th 'all' hat infant dalion of God standeth sure energv ani! doing it freely or ' 'u:: ''lrllp SC The Rllhrir_ ha\'e been re H ~ ~ links her with great passagps of long ago - He saw them ail ha\'in!: this seal The Lord kno ~ratuitollsl)' so that the powe~ ;s nll\'l t '' 11'0111'1 llritten throl:ghout he book Of nmility S~ripture As a personal name potential kin~s and quee~s He weth them hat are HS Paul n called Grace because grats \ l \111 ' 'ndrr~ar ' Elizabeth f~ures in threr Bib:~ come 10 make it possible lor Romans 4:20 21 writes of Abra JU111 Jr (')\~rrgatlllns The ne: Psollerhas been care' Bealcn h' wave of sin and grief stories 't occurs First in the them to he come kings and ham that He staggered not at t is very l1terestlng i11at th~ H ) ' fully eon~ldered llth the help of The bla~k an1 hi or unbelief book 01 Exmlus in the sxitll priests unto God and His Father the promise 01 Gon through un reatest of all the Greak th~n ~' (1 ifill a committee of Churc~ mu<l dis are both still eurabic chapter and in the wentylhird And n a very real scrse whon; belief: but wal strong in lailll kers Al:lstotle w~en he :ou:~: i f you!lare up when some ft ~_ TlE KRK Clans and has been remed to (~ curir ' ' cndllrl:c 'erse There we have the mar he Sa'ed them he hid in th2 gl\'lng glory to God: and bemg to explam the ~ouon o~ \e p'~! one asks why you believe as you ollie extent n a eonservatll'e Come hallow swimmer toiling riage announcement of Aaro~ hemt of God el'pn as JehDlheaha lully persuaded that hat he ~ets and the e~ olutlon 0 t ef\o'1 do-you're probably prejudie: 1'l' \ ~l Old drecton Thcre has b~cn a and Eliseba Hebrew for Ei7a 1 hid the infant n the house oi had promised he was able allo ersegot hjc to some f r ed car 'ul n '11 r d so t f Th C ' Mover Thomas AqulOas 0 0\\' e ' co 51 ee rellslon' a And deeply down let yourself beth) lollowed 10 the same God n his dcnlb n~d resurrec 0 pcr orm e ross S an Jr ' h: b' 1600 ears ' lied tlie CatechSm go verse with the hirth announce tion He dlel 011 this refulable proal 01 the rusl tml b 1m > g m ~ to lh~ PpProh First recorded US of tltc b the Sen ice of Holy COlli' ment of four sons There must WE C \:-1 DFPF:\D O~ GOD'S worlhine~s of God's Word n l~ same ar u e 1 al' i'l llnttle was At '!e'~'~ i h f ' ' V G d h d 'd th t tho lem of c['co'lfldente am ar~u-' S '' mllnlol te c e ~ langes are m God T G d hal'e been manv who enl'ied WORD S ord 0 a SDi a s '' '' ' France n 1324 according ~ 0 ' hren he Ten Commondmenl~ with the 0 0 Eliscba when the'y lea'd 01 her ' ' as how he would prol'ide for: ed that Jut as a plant lit Enc 'c1~ edia B~itannica ~ : 'Uillmer Summar\' of the Law and n the enngement 10 \aron lie 11'81 i Th~ third Bihle Eli7ahcth ail': ollr need 01 a Sal'iour That pro mol'eable could not get mto mo p : Pra)'cr ~f Consecralion Go to Gop lor strength when i h; hroth~r of ~~ses ~nd eho~c:1 pear~ in the fll 5t cl~apler of mi>e was [uj[illed Yes hc 'lthout (od 0 n~lcr COlli: : ; : U'hl On comparing Ulis lork wltll: 'tried or teml)ted : h' God to be h!' fil'sl great high ~ Luke 5 go pel S~O\flcant name of ollr belol'cd Queenl'hl a mw hwll1lc l1lor~ limn man Fr t prlnllng press on he tlie 'u~geslions for the rcmlol Assured thai lie your C'H> Prie~t 10!en'p Go~ and the pea )' enough she was 01 the umlly pers to all who care to ~ten : ~thoul ~O\1C C~~'1 hlll~all \llmll'c'~1 colltnellt ~as ps i of the Book of Common Pral'er weaknes knoll'! ' ' 1'1 d of ~aron Slle wns he wife 0' it hispers h c el'a'lc ' energy ijel11~ >1(plied h)' GO( t;1 l!ls lou al :\!exco lly <hy i (''ltlined in the Lambelh Con And \\ait~ to ~il'e you confidence t ' 1 f th T rl cl To Zaehal'lns alld tllc mother of islen i whlsper< the el all~l'! 'con'cclllp callno 11\a e U\ rum lurger 0 ell r s pie in the r re go~ e all n '' ' 'f ' k ' J' elf S 11;:' fcrener Report of 19jB this and collrrge h~e rti'~ a a ~ ~lc~'e~a ~;'lies John he BRptl~t hal Rn ioll ' What Gud has ~airl that he 11'1:1' \~o~ lift linnelf h)' the hairs l1' 15:j~ j ' Draft P'8)'C' Buok R conerl'o ' To conquer all ) our conflicls all: ;m ~ hi m n~ lil;' hnd 10 keep our Goil con[errc1 on hrr! Hurl' do You ~an count on him R':' 11~ ~all: <11 nelt'ler can 'alll':- ~ tile 1'ell>lUn t is more hor ~'our foes ' hp fn ~ ' an lcri and burnin lrue slle WRS to the lltani02 01 can H counl on )'011: or lileal' make ~ 1\1'0 rc;ly \ ch[lon h o adco\'crt:l2 ~;f1 'ou~h ~Olll~ than the Canadi~~ Go to God for faith when lear Bl~t ~~Phi~h~:tl honour \'M ~o! 10ith an:t!1? nlc' rl'~! ' \\on~ell 11'111 like for s(j'nf 11rllllo~ Werhip Tlel'lion of t~18 w~' hut t assails you enter he sacrl'd part of thl' Best Loved Hymns 01' tll1t : alue S po«e<crd ii ncl de<lgncd ~s 8 nangul~f share with the Rel'islon the' A'id douht le l'ay to orrow T h k a' the '10' a dynaml11\ [nm healcn <c;nf hat p'll 11rou~11 a s(lo ~ 15 ~ ' a ernuc e nown sri' h k '11 11 '1' P ~ note of cun~el'\'nll!m and despair of Holic~ once a vear and her' The plobl(1\ of personal de~ ~llt and hllllon at e h;lc ;: 11';'~~lJ~ng'Th~' 1l1< for he Gcneral S)'nodto With hope and calm asaur8n~e i ~eek atonement ror the sill~ of! lonellt ' therefore not that 'f comcs 10 l11an~' prstel color' mhill 'lh < : decide whether t111~ new Draft S He Will hll YO! the people n ii minis'r) he ilc rtay ThOll gawst lord is enrled; gil 109 expre5sioll to ile latellt Si \ll\~'s u to bc~ome the Prayer BOOK 01 l( you but call on Him n fer ~ymbolised he deepest pllrest ' and hidden Forces within lis Cor --- Rd at (ommonllellth he Conadlan Church Whatel:cr vent prayer and most complete fellowship O~ The darkness falls at Thy behesl: what fat mall does not have the \\Cllue that dcelslo~ may be the life Go 10 God lor health Amid the tween man and his maker Thus To Thee 0111' morning hymns ascended ideal to diet and yet he reduces: jlr 1 T El! of the Church has been enriched 'darkness Elizabeth war married 10 the Thy praise shall sancti!) our rest nqt The real task for moral rn ~lornll1 \\'n: by he e~arlly and harmony of Of earthly lls reach out your man who could gil'e her Dnd the personality is transforming t ment / B r~hlp lour meetings groplne hands people fellowship with God We thank Tllee thnt Thy Church unsieeping self through a contact with Divi (;Uld\~lith apt sm Throughout the Chllrch there And touch His garment; for be Aaron was 8 type of Christ n While earth rolls onward into light nity A human ijcing can no r-:-';;;'::';':':':~'~-- s regret thai Bishop )!allam side you wallinc 8 lar more wo:lderflll way than Through all the world her watch is keeping more live on his own fat reganl whose learnl~g wisdom and With healing mlcht lhe Great was ever possible for Aaroi1 And rcj!ls not now by day or night less of how much he has than eollrtesy first set the tone f?ur Phy~lclan stands Christ 1'105 lhe great High Priest he can Jive on the moral capitj meetl~gs and set he V'rkln~ Go to God for aid whale er your n His death he lore aside the As o'er caeh continent and sland they are his ideals they are committee on he road to ellee' problem veil entered nto the true holv The dawn leads on another day of hl~ idcals Simply because til'e rel'islon did not live tu se? And loy t open 10 lhe inflnlle of holies there to ije the s:re~t The \'oice 01 prayer s never silent earlh bound ami weak This ~ ntl~1 HALL th~ book presented to Ge~eral Mind HiRh Priest inlercedlng canslan' Nor dies the strain o[ praise away does nt mean lilal tile Divine orrl Avenue S;nod n 11\ final dralt 'J'he:'e Hgil light and truth Wll bring a tly wllh God lor he believer des all the work nnd wp do PiUi' Address by al'p many Cllrcllmen who ha\'~ clear solution A~ Paul wrl!es in Hehrew~ 7:26 The sun that bids ns resl L~ waking nothinr ufter tlie contact has Je'u~ th~ Prom made gr~at and distinctive con' Wisdom to meet each crisis )'ou Such an high pri~st becamr l\s Our brethren 'neath he western sky hml 1~13de :-;Oot elen the ejrth R pm!lllie trlblillon 10 thl~!look All of will find who holy hormles~ undefil'd And hour h' hour resh lips are making 11'111 ~11'e forlh f!'llils \\'ilho:l~ 1 ~ Am :\akln~ hem bear tertlmon~' to the sm lo'arn to eo to Gon seek!' ~eparntp from sinners and mnde Thy wondrous tioings heal'1 01\ high l'lltil'jlill11 '' h p ;'('ater co :>cw_flcl' 215 llulrr leadcrshltl of the late lit guillance higher han the heavens May up~rn1iol1 the hi~hel' tht' ''ll;': JU!y pm' ~everenow WT Hallam ~Oll1e A\\'ay~ n every thought and the ~ame Df our helol'ed Qut<'n So be it Lord! Thy throne shall never tllal lrl'l!upl1lcnt Fom [l:l'l When Mc time Bishop of Saskatoon whole word and deed remind us of this greal trulh Lke earlh's proud cmpire pass away; clhical point of 'lell' th' acqllir<' '9 A Y ' Labour n Vain' _ n!cholar~hlll ed this latest enriched revision and of ador~' :he j Your blessed life will pilgrimage then become a he may ~re8tcst t remlnri truth us of of he a1\ prll'llc!(' rulhs Thy Kingdom stands and grows lor Her highest ment of pcace our true of soul herllage is more and Che:1p Rellob e ElectriCity ' J July 18 _ 7-30 ~nlilcan Book of Common Prl' To God who will lupply l:!lur p~ relationship we R can 1i~le Till all Thy creature& own Thy sway [than he corrr~li01 of ha rllibj;l' n ord Around St lohn'l ~er every need For Elizabeth was married :0 Amen and tile format inn 01 good han S ' ~ ~ ~ ' -f; H i' 1 'r ~: 1 ~ \ J! r

8 - --- _ ' -~ _ ;' ~ ::::::::::::::~::~ ~--~T~H~E~D~A~L~Y~N~~S~T~J~O~H~N~'S~N~Fl~D~ lf~r~da~y~12j~ul!y~ ana an toe ar et eports Toronto OOTO CLOe1' a TOC8 7 no c 41 P '- tok 'hu~r-j a C 11 H ark em Jo - ~41ld' r-&' 'f't 11P-1~tl OUR BOARDNG HOUSE io?1 ( ~'O-j \ t: EARN~DA ~O;O 1':<::5'; 'FTE ALL TH'A::-C '''it::a;;::s otj 71-''1' ~16 MAC:~'-JE = 0 1 M 601N' TCl 61\ E 'loll A GOOD SOFT JOB ON 'THE LTTLE GEJR CUTTER loj 'THE 'EAR ':0011' ~'OU WO'T HAVE HARDLY A 'TH'-J~ 0 DO' with MAJOR HOOPLE Ti-Y r'5 -=rus T WHi ~ iff A ~ TTEJ;: WTH 1H' 'C>:LD TOC'A'fa J>JE Y/ F HE'D :'-A~ O~E'YOll;;:E )--AS-SE'EN' YOL Ai'T NO GOOD ON HS JOB '-JOMORr::' AN' TOB'E'D SAD THAT'S A DRTY DEAL!'111~N 'OU'D HAVE TWO 6UYS WHO 1'RtJ&T [ACH OTHE! Reason For The U s Red Car By RAY CROMLEY in the struggle for power ' np:ll'onli('e a NEA Staff Correspondent Third: his ahillty at part He qulekl ' '' \SJG'fC) C';r 'r' ) - O;!anmng ' anrl his Skill at SllttC>S illllcri : snl h' ' The Slate Department is! uperating parly maehiner)' Communists \\a' a' making ~el'taln lhat Russian lie proll:llll)' saved Khrush i mcmbcr at 18 toul'lst lrsl Dcpul Premicr 'l'v's lwl'k in thc showclown Frol ROllHl\O\'ich Kozlo\' goes' figl't two )'pal's ago witl! Gear The part 'cnl' whcl'cver he wants to go: gi \lail'lku\' \' \1 \1010' ('(1001 lie :H and sces wl!ntc'c' and whom : ta\ He's ''erlit('d with being workers collc'ge and C'C!' he wants to see in the the kp\' man ill til(' l'oull(lin:;' ingrarl l'o:ylt'('ijlllcal LS up uf 1\:J'C than 1:1O Ceiliral ll' came oul an i /111<1 that intlu<1l's l'rt'sidcll (11l1ilL('e 11('llH' lor he' 'Pili to he L'al ai 1'::cllhul'e \ il'cl'l'csidl'lt ''c''i(' l't'ling lilat Klpt a stcp mill :'o!' ;>;ixoll Sl''rctary of SlaLe' 1'h(''' ii' POWC' as he supel'intendn\' Nicl' ':\S allllllt til go dll\\'1 to 11(' But ilg:~ail1 l\o':!tj' This s to P1'('VPllt Hlissia's [1':<1 in lle 'l1allel' Presidium pr;litic'~ 11 E:i~ ;'1(> :\0 1 man \ikita 1\h'Sh('h('1 f t:l' ':'L e(']ttal'r ill ltj~ from makill~ H mistake i '''--''--1 th('11 head 01 :1(' Berlin or in tile \iddle E<l't l'ol11milll'c Thl'l'r h; For graying curly haired' till' attl'nti f [h KoziOl' is morc than \'0 3 ist hra \ 1111 'h:i!/ llnn in the SO'iet f nion ' ~\'i(l'{'o\\' to li1r' qajl 1'1'0111 \l'ilat LS e~perls can [Ccnl al COJnm'lif'o' tcll hc s rloscr to Khnl>h ill cningl'ati d~'1 chels car than an)' other liv!'iill carl)' slrug~lr in::! man : Khrushchev He is appnrenlly one 01 the WllCn Kh'Uill'her hrc\'dcsl Soviet politit'al ana )'sts llc's a man witll a fine: t till' Communi1 Se('J'('tar' in rgt C nose for which way the wine!' Lf'ningl'ad to ill-til' is hlowing a' p<1rl)' COdrr 1\1: ' So the state Dcpartnl0l1tand hc White!lousc-want Frol KoziOl' COTc('tl)' tu S('C L' S strength end l S dctcr mination ano al'l'uratclv rc' port thrill 10 K'lShchc: The lop 'hite HollSC stl'atcg' 111('n link tllis cduld pl'c\'rnt mis ciliell!atiolls h)' Khrushche\ hat Dul<1 11';111 to 'Jr What ill'n is the suu!'('p of Kozlo\s stl'l'l~111'' FiJ' t: EllJillty H:\('k thl~)u~ll tlw yell!''' 1\(/11)\' b:h WP ii 11 i t:!hl\1'{'~al'dt'd \\(rkvl' b\ \\ 1101nl'\'('r W:li in P!)\\ l'l' ] il' lotl'd ; ~ top fl'ght admi itl';ltu' ~('l'llllll: ~lll l'wdllt ;-:: 11( h(11 Hilit' til S('l' ilill in till' : tllt!!jllj(' Wll11'il \\J ttll' tit:' \'as tu'::~ l\()/!')~'!llll!ll d : itlt KnSl<-1t's (';11(1 ( :t'1 t s Huljpr <11't'1 all L rn \rd'!> \\ tnt] \\ 111 W{h:h _'l ~) :! ~:\ L ;:-\ - ~ ~J :J4 American FROL R KOZLOV: Lips to Nikita's e!r l\ozj\ j; kllll\\11 ;1:) Sil!lll' of cningrarl 1'1 ill::! a ~la0nko\' mal post :\s Khrut'1 r' gr(l\\' so did l\/;()\ 197 \l'ilcn Kl 'h \1alcllko\ anti '1 J' clueial tru~l!h' Kn7lo' \\'a Jldr A l)pr of tllp lll~\z :\1a:-l:l \dw\ ;1); 1'<1('1i lh' \11:/1 of J :-Opllhtil'att' ;\ m~l:l '110 ii;!' till' lll!'!' tlliflg~ 01 J\P 1-:\1'111:1 '~ l' fljllil uf \\'('1(1' )\'!)' 1:':: lu'it- :l:d d:lll(l11l-:: lie dl'l's:o-(' pllrl~ d' ;'::! :il~' : 1\ 111:~\l'd ~1:;~~ i)j111 :~~- illl \~' P! lim S:1\ lt' i '1l1l1 k illt('~enl n;111(1 \('\l'j lll'!t- h \'r~' l'ijrt' lu! :1!'lll1!ld 1')'U'l!P\' ~hu\\~ :\: - 11:11 gn';lt dl'ft)l'jh'p ii tl'li : ~ ~ ~ 3 ill\('!]q\' to hi~ Opilliollfo; ~ljl(1 is ~ ~ much more re'spr('1 ful lilan the (11' ~~ olrltill\t's around 1l1e hu'~' K:zO h;s l'ol11e lip quickly B1'11 ill ~OH of plol' p'\l ('nt' ill a s!1l~! 'ii1ilgl' sdulil' 1\ p1 of \OS('O\' he WPllt to wnl'~ ~lt the :1!l' 01 l~ ;h an 1:1(' ('ld u: t)lt' ~ i' thl' tl'~h)t' 1lin ' \\ f'd:t';-d; y 110] l' ' Z HC S MA Me line of rc engineere slre of tc Harve: FURNESS WTHY & CO Lllwpool St ohr to to!lfx & St hno's Bostol1 Hu~lur tl' llaltf~x \e rflllll(ll;tlld n:--' 15 ll~' :t2 :-';ova Sl'ltia ly :J \ug 8 :0!cwfoulldlane! \ug 1-1 Aug ~2 fly ' 28 \l~ \1~ 14 \: Al~ 28 :--rl' P(''SUf' C01''llp3trnc o~ss~e 10 L ~':' shuuld make bookings \\'~11 in ad e AH 1'\SS\C[S \HHA:\G::D fly' BOA (' \)E1CN A ' \ YS SCA;\D1NAV!N :unllccilllg Alrlincs Conult lis rc~3rdill~ yuur tra\'el pr!)>! THE STOCKS and BONDS By TELEX NSTANTANEOUS PKVATE WRE SERVCE MAY WE SERVE YOU? Cornell Mlcgillivray LrnrrED FURNESS RED CROSS LNE FREGHT SERVCE ONLY FROM: NEW YORK SANT JOHN NB HALFAX NS TO: CORNER BROOK AND ST JOHt\S NEWFOUNDLAND MANCHESTER PONEER Sailing from: New York Sain John NB Holifox NS and St J ' Voyage'? July 10th July l31h July 16th Voyage 8 July 31 st Aug 3rJ Aug 6th Voyage 9 Aug 21 st Aug 24th Aug 27th Note Voyage 7 vessel will coil at Corner Brook prior to St John'~ \'e~~els call 31 ~rll'loll:ldl!l}l1 Oillpurt~ ils nducemrnt Olf~r~ For Frcij!ilt nair 111t1 alher infarlllillion contact FURNESS WTHY & COMPANY WATER ST EAST ST JOHN'S TEL 2073 (5 lines) LlM Wailing For Your Pho ne Cal A MATTER OF NTEREST AND - ntertlt calculated on the mini mum Quartrly balanc - credited April 30 end October Come to EOltern TrUll far HGHER NTEREST CHEQUNG PRV 'LEGE$ CONVENENCE' Open 9 am to 5 pm OEPOST ACCOUNTS whith carry' no chequinca privilegill on which ntrett paid on 331:% minimum monthly balonct earni ' 14 Write Phone or Coll today for your supply of DepositbyMoil envelopu THE 'EASTERN TRUST COMPANY CLASSFED S EFFECTVE 2177 EXPERENCED Stop thinking-stort acting- Make your taday it's truly amazing how such Litlle get sud Big resllts at such a maderale No other medium reaches sa many people quickly f you have something to sell or looking to buy ar have something' you wa~ include in the community's biggest market put it in the DALY NEWS Want Ads DAL AD-TAKERS WLL ASSST YOU YOUR AD :

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an entrance vestlbule and big center hall epaclaus kitchen with handy laundry dining living room L' hree full balhs and up to five bed rooms This room list makes it lound like mlnlloll but the hou~e would not carry a mansion prlee t has an eeonomlcal ground floor bedroom lection 1 y storey design and the lrst up the ltaln to the leeond floor eoven only U211 qut~ floor or through a wide areh feet The aecond level which to the llvillii raom The familyneed not be finished during sized Hvlng room haa two hlghoriginal construetlon adds ly desirable features- flreanother 900 square feet of plaee and a deep bow window habitable apac A good interior wall 1l kes furniture arrangement USf The molt unusual featufe ot X87 n the House of the Week ThrDugh another arch the lerles lj the third room Archi dining rodm lj visible t' big tect Leiter-Cohen hu plaeed enough for family meals and upstaln Most expansion at for those oceaslon! when au tha tic hom~ have only two up- extra leav~s are added to the stain bedrooms This houae dining room table h' a huge 18 by 1~ foot bed room with lewing alcove a Kitchell alld!lervice Are second 1~ by 12 foot bedroom Kitchen equipment is conand third 9 by loy (oot room venienuy arranged on on on that could be used either as counter leaving plenty of space a bedroom or as an upstair! for dinette n one corner famny room for TV watching There' a firat fioor study or hobbles 'amlllel with children n \he eariy teent are likely to find an upstairs reereatlon room far more conduelve to peaee and lulet than one in the usual p osition near kitchen or living room X-67's plentiful sleeping rooml and two level arrange ment also make it an deal home for family unit whirh includes one or more grandpar ent n this hol15p there's room for everybody Here' what it hb vlng toom ROOM FOR EVERYODY: Thl '>' torey cdntemporary hu a total of nine rooml with three baths and up to live bedroolllj Threa of lle HOJ ara upmin and ean be left unfinished durin!lrlslnal cadstrucliad laundry separated from' the kitchen and acting al the lervlce entry feature which would come n handy if the grocery boy showl up just after you've flniahed waxing the kllchen fioor A small but mportant addl tion that the busy housewifa will blcs~ is the hamper acce~ between bathroom and laundry Soiled clothing s tossed into the bathroom hamper and taken out right in the laundry t' like a one floor laundry chut n ndilion to h basement ltairway ndoors a second tairway out!ide leads to the ba~e ment 10 tooh err heavy equip ment ean be rem end without 'Mt center hall offen a drgg!n them throuih tha direct route to the kltehen or kitchen Casual Arlu The main bathroom la' back to- ~tarale!lljtljtietl The principal casual area is back with 'kitchen and laundry There are 11 ehuetll three the breezeway adjoining the plumbing and on the same ataek of them walk lns and ane Jill dljllng room with an attraetive as the bathroom above another storage room all the upper wmdell fence that add! a decor- aid to economy On the upper floor that open& the back til atlve quality to the privacy floor the two end btdroorru are storace under the U\'el 'A that every family wants The extra big and each hb~ unusual larg~' ~arare and bhemenl ad!! upstaira sitting room that could features: 8 wardrobe and te\\'o additinnal!tourp spact double ' the fifth bedroom of ng alcove in onp And a huge fer another CBlUai are \ alk in cln~et n the other Fledor ~n~ limpn~h'n Ali thp ~ecol\d floor ~P:lCP The home is shown n un Slecplng Rooml en bp fft unfinished if a onln A~hlar stone at til front <lung fmil\' bllilds this hnus~ wllh wood hijllllp~ ~t the aide The master bedroom one of it could he 'completed lal~r by alld rpor The roof ~ uphalt two downstairs gives parents a colltracior whcn finances per- ;hin21~ Dimonions ate ~n' S the extra spaee they need ann mil or finished il1 stages by R by 2R' Th hrp7pwa:; ~dlh ncludel a hower bathroom do il )ollrself o!jad 11' and the garage another 22' 5PACOUS BEDROOM: Here' an rtlat' conception of Dna Df the npstairs hedrdollll wltk uwlnll alc(jve at left The roo m measure 18 hy 15 feet alld and hu a snull aec:uob t! 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An' tlln hr ttl drop of loln to nherit the earth lter flrwlr nd W r d we've all blown ollrselve~ to lighted 10 dlcov'r h1 h bts n a cloud of nuclear nloy t 0 much dust n a nuclear WAr ants will come off best of all creatures on earth They can take more than twelve times the radla t!on which would normrlly kill a human and ~till run around quite happily enjoy' nl ther evenng cocktal Whit hv will do f our tackl f gin go up n mok with hl ru' of mnklnd! roblamicl but f hlr t for liquor h contlnu lly fd bv ndulgnt nta malogll they'll hlv to buckll down nd dhcovr Oma wv 01 dlllliling Wh1 ~ f the poto ptch n all falrnpss if we're 1:0' tng 10 leave the world to the an ts we hollld ~et ahout teaching them how to make drop of home brew to cool tjiem off as they scurry Onc stands amazcd at the march of acience!n Africa wh~rc humans of a sllght!y darker shade than ourse11'cs 'e n lar paper shacks while!nsccts cnjoy martini or two limier the benel'olent gaze of R ~earchcr ror truth Ah well-that's lire \'cxl tlmc you get allt~ ill your pants remember they are the hlhcl'!tofs or C earth and our liquor and treat them with rcsped W::LL:(;'l'O;o\ NZ Realm) Mrs Kamsu Ropih~ a ~aori chieftain rcpuled to bc brlwee:l 1!0 ann 117 years nlri and :--Jew Zealand's oldest resident died Tlielida~ shel' a brief!!ness CADETS AD STRKE;'\; SALOR-Clldets of the Vniv l'rsit) :\':11';11 Tminill)( Dilisiom c~nrl1l1\' :1'Sill a \\'ollnrlcd dummy nffedionillcly known lis Oscar over a 14 fool \\all (ll the n~lllt cour~e at Jl:\C~'i Cornwallis RC\' training estnblishment nenr Dighy NS On the \\'n11 nre Cndcts Ridlard Elwood lcfl \'irloria nne\ John Lewis Comer Brook Nfld 011 the ground l'c left to right Cadds Philip Elder S Cl11larincs Ont; John Salton Winnipeg and Dnvid King S John's Nfld The cadets rc lrhlcr~oin~ n li-\\'cck sumlllcr course \'hidl S part of thcir training to become CUlJlissioncd offitcrs in the He1'l Hcser1C-Xational Defence Phot( WATERFRONT DRECTORY Clippcl' 'cir are moored up indefinitely tllern ports 10 Bay Vcrte -----! 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104~porucuL University B15-Jlm Backus Show figure later appeared far too low hour after ti~ he 1055-Newl 71~Sunday Evening at Miteh Miller Witnesses said several ChiidrenjlO charred hod:cs 1lOO-Torba) Weatber 8Q()-Take it from Here SUNDAY July 12th 93()-The Big Show were arro~g the dead Som said the wrecka~c ll' 11 O~Club eso 830-S del 1 they saw mothers leaping fron men had r co\;r1;' 'OO-C O un ay ven ng at 590 AM OO'~Final Edition the burnin raft with chl'ldren 1' [rom the lakc l 011 own 90()-Philo Vance 10l5-0bJ'e~live ' 6~O-Newl their arm~ 930-Sunday evening at 590 e~5-melodlea and Memorlpl 10ilO-Music ~ust For You PA~'lC SWEEPS CR\FT The boa! n3mrd BATtlRDAY July 11th 94~New ~l- 7rJl-'lantol'anl na hs ;;12;;;O;:;()-;:;S:::i~::;n~0:;:f: P' amc swept t h e 60 foot craft t~al'clhng on a rc AM 10 0 T ()- 'W my Story Orchestra h bl h be 62S-0n the Air 1O30-Sunday evening at ~N VOWR aler t e Bst n t e engi:1c run twecn a 1 - ew room cnd o[ the 13k 630-Newl and Weatber O4~Sportcast 731-The Road Show SUNDAY July 12th Firemen plunged into the water poper when the- : B35-Brealdast with Bill 1055-New5 ~T b W th B30-News and Weatber 1OtJ)-Teli U a Sfory aronnd t le boat and swam a loul 'rc d 6~5-New! 11 O v-- or ay ea er B31-The Road Show P - 0 '!ao-brealdast With Bill 1l0~Club 590 Ol~Story Time with 'Nancy 730-Newl and Waterfront 9tH- -N~w~ S Cl Directory 7S~Breakf8/lt 7'i\--N~ws with BtU BOO-Torbay Weather BD~Breakf8lt with Bill 82~News 83~Hit of the Day 835-Sporl$ Calendar B40-Brealdllt with Bill 855-News 90()-BreJkiast with Bill 9:::G-Blg SX Pru!i'ram ioo~new OO~Stork Club lol5-jukebox Jamboree O5S-News 1lOO-ukebok Jamboree 113()-ReddY'B Varieties P~1 l!!u()-news 1205-~ldday 121~Canada Melodiel at Work 1230-Ncws _ 1235-Rambllng' with Record 1~45- Fishcrm B n's [Corpcast 1250-Rambling with Record! t t~-spo'ilst 12~Ramb]\ng with Recorda 1 ~!~ Ntl\\~ 145-Constabulary Report 2Ull-Nfld Bandstand 25~News 300-Nfld Bandstand 35~News 400-Bob'l J!lndwallon 455-Newl ~OO-Bob' Bandwagon 530-Supper Serenade S50-Fisherman' Forecut tu~new SOO-BuUeUn BOlrd el~sporucabt and TravelolUt 130-Supper Serenad 14~Newl 700-Shillelagh Sholl'tlme 8OO-Cream of the Crop U~New 10OO-VOCM All Tim Parade 10M-Eventid MedltaUonl lo4~portjcltt 10M-Newl and Torba)' Weather 110l!-Ciub ~90 1M l2oo-newi \205-Club edo Bt 100-Cose Down 927-Newl SportJ! 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AngUhn nnce ees ase 930-~unday Scbuol 01 tba Church i CJON 1000-~~~s in a Minute l200-0rgan Music F- g ht- F1 10Dl-Week n Review 121~Robert Shaw Chorale 11m 1 l230-muslcal nteriude FRDA Y Juy 10 1O30-News n a Minute l245-nw Calendor 635-Weamer W ld ' C t H < SAULT STE MARE Ont - or oncer our 600-Muiic of the altrl Of 700-Nfld News and Sparta - ewi n a nu nhospl tal Rpo'- D~ Ch f Sh films o[ Paterson Johanson - ape or u t 705-lo~al Weatller nl 700-Werle- United Cblll'b h F 12 Nelv' ' M' t ' eal'yweight title boxing match V \TC \ ('T\' 73~Complet Weather ore- PM vv- n nu 81~Mll'lcal nterlude T uesday 85 the ro~'al yacht Bri'l pound iron no-al cast l2'oi-vera Lynn Show : ~t~et there be light tanmb cruised up Lake Michigan the Koble sta;ca;e 75~ What' Coukin 1230-News in a minute oung Peopl~'B Hymm tol ards thls canal cty striking at!he~ SDO-Nfld New! Time t was a febxmg day for the Vatican n rcla:e' 'c B05-Prov News P t L P - ar y ne N 11 d 900-The Great Ad' pntur ' Q ueen an d Ph lp a ter t lelr h ee fell in the preda ': 81t>-Shlpping Report >- rovncla en oun ;1~~formon Tabernacl tic tour or Chicago Monda\' B20-Klddles Calender up Choir While h-::r husband watched the no one wa~ aro~rj B30-Nfld News and Weather loo--:-iews n a Minute fi~ht film the Queen saw a teie- The friele ~a' 84()-The Bob Lewi~ Shu' 10l-Longine's Symphonelt 936-Stories of Great Chrlt vl!ion program and later worked archway abole b 845-Morning Mer r y Go 13()-Provincial Newi lans on hcr future s~eche5 or the :\oh!r ':a llol-rev Matthews l45-business Week D46-Hospital Reporta A 5pokesma~ for the tour saij ' ('ads [rom \l' r s: t 13()-Honuur Your Partne: 2Q1-Road 200-~e\\'~ Show in a Minute Cl06e down h e d d' 1 n t k nolv h ow the princ~ court yard to h Rour D _~ reactcd to the right in which n ments 1~\u'ic for Millions 23()-:-iews CJON CJOX TV gemar Johansson of Sweden \l'on 945-Prodigal Husband 231-Road Show ' the title from Floyd Patterson 0[ Whcnclw th p! 10tJ:-\hrtin' Corner 300-News Sporl! l Welther' FltmAY Jay 10 the United States ~ate :lsltor'rh 301-Road Show l high Vatican 1015Made for Eacb Other lo 31- What's Cookm 330-News Sporta Weather' SlO-DlscDvery dcr thc arc: ' B55-Jusl a \!lnute a3l-road Show! edo-mlghty Moue Pyllollle Berserk Man march up to th 92()-The Bob Lewis Sho 400-News Sporn Weatller i 630-Sew Headlines men! lol-general Provinctal NeWi 401-Tbe Road Show 83>-8ummer Theatre 1035-Who Am Housewivel Cbolce 1l45-Sound O 1200-News n a Minute l201-1'own and Country 101 -Weather Forecast L35-Editorlal CommenL l40-sportj L'~Art Baker' Notebook 20l-Made for eacb Other 21l5-Jerry WiggillJ Show aol-weatern Jamboree 'OO-Geoeral Provincial Ne Y ' 05-Western Jamboree eol-bob Lewll' Dance Part1 800-Newl and Weather 80'J-Wbat' Cookln? 6~BuleUn Board 81O-National New 6l~partl 63()-PM Theatre 701-Club g3 BOl-Brst from the West 901-Woat'l Cooiin' 901-What' Cookin 902-Nfld Soiree 13()-Strollin Tom 103()-NoUonal Newi 1001-Hlgh Adventure 1O4~ports 13~CBC News and Weatber 1100-Will Doyle Sbow SUNDAY July 12th 1lOl-Houseparty ' lao/-slamp Club t1e~new AM 1280-Newl Roundup ' 200-Camerl Club 1200-~lldda)' Mel 0 die 8BO-Sunday Breakfllt Club 1235-Houaeparty 22~Domlnlon OMen'at 0 r y Rambiln wi' U Record ' anst ' Anne'l hrln o f th SATURDAY luly 11lh T me Si gna 124~Filhermn'l ForecBlL Ar AM 11 O ~N M t u! CPl - Prince Philip watched For 430-News in a Minut OO-Local Ne ld Klls TL-ee 431-Hous of Decision Weather 1 ill 500-:-;e\l's in A ~!inute lls-nauonal News 501-Seventb Day Advenllit 3 ()Wrestllll 530-l hildren's Story Hour ROO-1ews t3t)8aplelon 1030-Who how 6l~Wben A Cbld Alk 1lOO-Counlry Hoedon 63()-St Thomas's Church Sen icc 1l3O--Cavalcade of Sparta l%l5-jlm Coleman ltow 73~Parliament Hill 1230-NeW nd Wealher 745-The ROld Show 80()-Newl Sporta W thr ATURDAY Jaly 11th BOl-The Road Show B3~News Sporta Weather '-lo-matl!ee B31-Road Show 600-RlD Tn Tll 900-Newl SportJ Weathlr U UDplon C&lsidy 90l-Road Show 000DlJne)llnd 8OO--Newl and Watber ~:ii~~:' SS:oo;~ W'lther i U5-Ntlolll NeWi 945-DOSCO Newi 830-vanhoe 10DO-News n a Mlnutl O!-8w1D Ea 1O01-Family Bibl Hour '30-Perry Presents 1f)3()-Nalred City 110~Great MoviN lu~n1 and Welthtl' 1030-News lo45-prominent Coneert AM l21~new 1220-Housep&rt Newl n Minut 23~Housep&rt7 ldo-newl Roundup 10l-Sign Off 21~Movie Scene 1230-New New VOUS FRDAY Juy 10 l30-here Harmony 1250-RambHog with Recorda 7'~asunnddNaYewB reakfalt Club 630-The Bob r -wi- Sho- eoo-sundlal 24~Thil Week 1l~SportJea!t OO-Baaeban Game of the 120-RambHni with Recorda 83~Orai Rob~rtJ 630-Nfld ~ews and Weather 630-Newl and Weather Da) l30-newl 9OO-Revival Ecllou 640-Headhne New and 700-Nen and Weatal!!' OO-Muica) PrQiram 14~PaBsing Parada (Jobn 1000-N w Forecast 730-NeW nd Weather 83G-Supper Gueat Nelbitt) lo:~o~dold StO')' 700-Can Newl and Sparta BOD-Breakfast Club 700-CBC Nln and Weather 2OO-Musle MaUD 1030-Frlnk d J:rn 70~Local Weather B30-Bert Parkl Blndltln4 U~Hymn of Praise 2M-Newl lo'4~blble ;a~k 71~Nfld News and Sports 900-1t Happened Last HJht ''30-Glrl Guldll Proll'l 8DO-Dollan ad Parada 1UO-Church Servlc 730-News and Weatber 955-Newl and Weather U~-DoJ BullUn 8M-NeU P M 7~New' Summal')' looo-cohe Time 11~Nf1d S~ta Roundup 'O~Bob'l Bandwagon l' BOO--Nfld Newi 1lOO-Turn Back th Clock _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii~;_;;;;;;;~~~~~~==~1;2;;5-5~~u::;n~da~y~r~~n~a~de:: BO~Prov N ew 112~Polnt of Law FAR ERS! FARMALL TRACT DRS and McCORMCK FARM EQUPMENT w 'arl dlkontinuing stocking and ln9 the abov w now ohr our entire tock of repair parts at SAVNGS to you Glt your rlp'aclment part NOW 'rorn u whil you c~n obtain them MOWER PARTS - MLKER HOSES - PLOW SHARES TEAT CUPS DSC and SPRNG TOOTH HARROW PARTS HAY RAKE and TEDDER PARTS WHELANS GARAGE LMTED NTERNATONAL HARVE'STER TRUCKS CORNWALL AV~NUE PHONE 7619 Bl~hlppini Report B2()-Kiddiea Corner 1l3()-Program 12 l23()-march of Evenll 830-Nfld New and Weather 1245-Sporta Page SOO-General Provincial New! loo-jack Paar Show 905-The Bob ~wlj Show l30-marvin Miller LOOO-News n a Minute 14~ouple Next Door Oot-Martin's Corner 200-Polka Party \ lo5-made for each Other lo30-newl n Minute 246-All Star Golf 33()-BBseball 103l-Who'l That Singing 600-Checkln 104~Top Twenty-Five Tunel 630-New 1lOO-Newl n a Minute Amerl~a'8 BUlin llot-top Twenty-Five Tun 65O-Cheekm n 1120~NeWl in a Mnute BOO-Sporl! Today PM 81~Masten of Melod) 1201-Top TwentyFlv Tunea 830-People are Funny 1123D-New n a Minute 85~News nd Wealbar l23l-top Twenty-Five TUllel 90(}-Could This be You loo-local and National Hld 923-Ebony nd vol)' line News 930-Robin'l Neat ld1-top Twenty Five TuneallOO()-Final Editon l~weather Forecut lo3()-robbin' Nelt (Con't) ll~new lo55-tbil Believe l~portj 1lOO-Mu&ic Till M1dniJht l~art Jlaker' Notebook 2Ol-News in a Minute SATURDAY laly 11th 201-London Goea Calling 700-Sundial 300-Newl in Mnute 730-New! and Weath 30l-Landon Goa Callin SOO-News and Weather OO-General Provincial Newi 83()-New5 and Weathe: 4~Western Jamboree 90()-The Slol')' Princeu 430-Newl 43S-Western Jamboree 500-Newl ~Ol-Bob Lewll Dance Party 600-News in a Minute and We~ther e02-what' Cookin! U05-Rulletin Board 61~Nationll New 8l~partJ 625-PrDvinclal NeW 6SO-Pll Theatre 700-Newl in a Minutl 70l-Club sa 71~The Hometowntl'J 730-Pro\ inciai New and Bulletin Board SOO-New! n a Minute : BOl-Western Hit Parade 900-News n a Minute 901-Salvatlon Army 930-New5 93l-Let's Slog a Hymn 9U-Jim Reeves Show 95~News and Welther 10OO-SportJ! forum 1025-Faleons' Lair 113~tars of Jazz PM 1200-HillybilY MaUnee 200-March of Eventa 2l~portJ Page 2W-Music View From Hon wood 30~Ballyh~ 400-Monitor ~O(}-checkin' '80~America'5 Ballroom n Popuiar Muilc 855-News and Weather! 9OO-Blil Kemp Show 930-Gl'and Ole Opry 955-Ebony and vory OOO-Final Edition 105-Sporl! Anawer Man lo30-~h5ic Til! Midnight i 120~Sign Off lunda T July 12th 50D-1ed Skelton Show U-Counlry Calnw 800-Tour TV Tbeam '~Tenll E!'1e Ford Show 7OO-RHtUf Eht 730-Jlob Cummlngl!!how 800-Father Knows Bett 83o-:December Bride too-rhlpllody SHREWSBURY Eng (AP)-A wild eyed man with a knife burst 30-Ed SuJlvan Show 1030-World'B Stage 1l000Playholl8' Stag 1200-Blg Movie Take My Life lu~newl and Weadler 124ll-Big Movie Take My i Life WHATEVER YOUR BULDNG WE HAVE T AsbestOi 5ldings Asphalt Shingles WalibOClrd MOionit Millwork Lumber felt Mouldings Brassware Builders Hardware Drain Tile Doors Furniture Roc:kwool Metal1ath Painb 11lel ' into8 country co~li' Tuesday and ~taooecu women and a 13 baby Villaiers barred terror as the TaJl through the ham:e: Hi lj holding the one hand and othe Police delainfd stone 24 year~:d dead baby ~t\ REQUREMENTS CHESTER DAWE L BULDNG MATERALS FROM THE SHAW STREET SLAN Taylor and Tlt Mines s vactl holiday attending of the of s be this m a' counc Ska Tuesday a kl his wif a baby da the Grace Allan Brow t of l\fld wh 1\r and e 9nd left for B afternoon with relat fore retu Gander Lemuel 's Bay sk David 1 for for Doseo at po Bay R Bur syndicate spent seve this w of his co reglsterec 1

13 D~llV NEW5 5T JOHN'S NFLD FRDAY JUtY 10 19S9 13 Dan' plos' Weakly FSlturl BELL SLA NEWS n The News :<; :ljse For Of \ TC\\ CTY J~rl ron noral \ob:r slaircase ::~~ al the spo :( '0 rrelnles O! n he predawn 1 ir rif/e wa~ eh'1\ abol'e tlle ' he \oble ~ai ' from the 51 : yard 10 he \\hcno('er thp :' -i:'l!orc; 5~::h as :1 \:can prelales re archwr) ch lip 10 he f n' Pn~ 10 a count!')' co1laie ;<;day and ilabbtd to rren and a 13 by \'lllaier~ barred thtir rror S the man r~ ollgh the hamlet of :l hoding the baby'1 f hand and uu ~e olice detained ne 24 year-old ~ad baby lr\ REMENTS TOPSAL L SL\~D-~r ~ replaces the Rey N B Hod Wlor lupen'!or der S Minister of the Nnlted nd Title~ DOCO Chuch chlrle on BeU hland lin e' i~ leal'ing for will be taklnl ol'er h! new ;1 'acatlon July 13 duties the first week n Au on holiday ~Tr Taylor lust BELL 1: J) ': ::c our ttcndin~ the counj Miss hfarlon Butler of Kel last report tnj'oug:1 this col of the profession grews s holldaylnl here with umn the summer 6chedule of wwfound her lunt and uncle Mr and has wung into high gear' and ich i! brln~ held at Mrs Robert B Butler Church hundrcds of Bell sland boys Fall l his month Mr Road have been kept busy through a counrlllor n the Mrs Charles E Carew who the protram proylded by the s ieavin Bell sland was ten- ' \Vaba'na BoYS' Club There are and )rs Robert E dered farewell party by the three sessions each day from tft by Air Tuesday on ladles Curllnl Alltoclatlon Jllonday to Friday and two \'illl 10 their son last Saturday nlllht r' sessions on Saturday hi! lamill at :-'orth Mra John Roblnlon nd '/ Forty fl\ c boys were taken The;' will also children Ethna Aulan Le to the Kinsman Camp on Mon and 'fr' L B Ballt~ ellyn and Rlehard of St day July 6th and spent the SO'& Scalia whlle John's are presently visiting ':' day there All agreed they on he mainland friends on the esland had a wonderful tlme Two lr Lar Hurley was are ;'; more such outings are to be Btrnard Ezekiel of Dent ylsitor to the captal >~ 4'~' held this month with approx! foundland Constabul lr Raymond Harney has : '' matcly a hundred other boys! week rnd here lelt here for Seven slands '; participating and cook onto parenl ~r and :'lrs 1 Quebec where he s now ' ' are 'ery popular and theu' Ezekiel working \ are held each Thursday morn ing Last Thursday morning ~rdon Sk~lc~ went to Tral'elling salesman Sidney ''':'': _;:-O'; ~i ~ '' Tuc!d3;' ~fternoon on Bartlett was here from St ' i ' ~:')~'' nearl)' sixty boys toasted l() hi! Wife who gs\'e ; John's recently doing buslncss ' '1>7 'i:: ~ : '< ':~; 2' ' marsilmcllo\\'s oyer the firc 10 bab\' ct~lgiller\ tlhat: :' :' ''' '_--'>' Softball archery olley ball h/ GroCf Ho~p U i!' ~':': ''' { horse shoe pitching badmi:' \lian Brown of the S A Off ~;'<:' on and dodge bal! are popu :' or Tl'an~port leers lar actiitics 111 addition to \f1rl who 'RS here :' \;' ;;11 these actiitics mentioned llr ann ~n curtis Bld Fare U1 e1l ' there i~ baseball Three lea ~l1ct ~lr5 James :~ gues hae been formed snd t!! lor Ray l10berls in each lea~ue there arc follr flrrtl«o llr R short BELL SLA~D - Senior ;;'' leam Swimming classes lor wllh rrl~lies at that ~fajor Wallace and lrs Pike -~ ho's bol's cluo members com rrlllll1ing to his said farewell to their eongre ' m~nce ~n Werlncsday morning Gnner gatlon at the Salvatlon Army ;' <' ( ( ' 5 r\lly 15th in the Kiwanis pool Lemurl Barrett of Citadel on Sunday and left' \ ' : 't ~ Ali those who registered for Ba\ ~kipper of the the sland Monday July 8th ; '' l'~~ ~ 5wimmiM should attend Dl':lrl Donald was The Bell sland Salvation <-; ' ; ' :~' ::: When it rains boys' club ' for a shlnment Army Corps are losing two :;' ~ members can come to the club fo' 'DOSCO employees energetic and devoted ow 'z >'A and take part n an attractive points around cers for since their comlnl ;1 programme Members are Bay here three years alo they '1 :' J ur~ed not to forget that JOl~ R Burdock of n hll'e applied themselves '11' ';Z ' C(' ';j points are given ror sttend s)nolralt St 1ohn ~ 1 oursly to their task nd per 'C i';) s ance ~portsmanship and be- 'rtnl!rl'pral days on formed their duties th fer hal ;our There will be prizes hi \l'erk n the \'enc~' ~nd zeal which en ; ' '1 At the enrl of Augu~t Little ~ hi! col1'p~n)' ~r rlearerl them to everyone on _ ~:~}f'';;~ ~~ ' ;~\'; _:~ ~ '~'~ ' ~_~ ' w ' J '' :>~' :<~;;i1 L~a~lp ball 5rore5 life Tuly rtji!~ercd at Balha's the ron sle ell 1~t A'afs 17: TeL~ 5 luly 3nl The Major 81ld they had BELL SLAND-Clyde Snow: of Wnbnna Rnel Jonn PorOns of Yursoos\'ille Hell hl~nl1 were marriee\ at St C~vrinn'\ A!l~licnn Church n Cubs 13; Royals g July etlt Btlll' Collins of thc i made 10 many friends on Bell sland on June 30th Rcl' T E Smith Rectur of t~le '\~lit an Parish offi~ii1lcrl 01 the Cl rcmony l11e re~cption \\'os at the ~irlrlleton nn ~afs Q; Cubs 4 July 8th Jets Ur Curtl~ Acad sland that they found t hard d f d ' E \ rl P P 2 ROah 3; t t i d a Clvd- is the SO\1 of '\r nel \1(1 Freel Snow ScotiA R( ge Jonn t e RUg tcr a ;\ r all ' rl (war Rrsons arlnnsl'! e J John s who was 'a' 0 pu up 5 a'es an e ; ~ Pony League tlcores rp: hm wilh her sister Major nd Mrs Pike are luly 6th Best 10; Lahey 5 C \ormore left ' presently ttendlnll the annu July mh Highmore 11; Power mllnland of Canada 11 Salvation Mmy Congreu H Ch h S : 3 ill wili hojlday for being held n St John's Oran!!;e Day A' All Serve n onour nrc ernces i Boys who lake put ~ttkl before return Their new Corps s Burn' u pron ey lhe~e activities hould h&\'e' Rnd fter Congress which enrts le h G F Q ANGLCAN ldult support 'B~m:ct 1 Slcyles of JlJly 13 they will leave for ' e e rations uan or lleen ~'nlh Slld8)' aflp! TdllllY ----~-- W\ln~ ~ilnes office hel e and assume their dll' St Cyprian's: Reel or Rev bll relurned from his tie~ July ~ S commlndlng BELL SLA:\/J - ()l'nll~c HELL S:\\\J -- We 81(' l;j'nish wilh palsle~' and T ~: Slith m Sung hirh he spent on offlcer~ of the salyation Army' men' Day will be obsc''pd Tlllng lim on '1ncl;t lol'n slll[[cd olil'e~ m:tt S\:\ ) Two Bt'li hldl isl: 2 30 pm Sundn~' N MEMORAM o! Clnada He n that town i ul) 12th by 8 glanl parhle ng lilly 6tlt nnd l'~ lil'e to This deliciullsi)' diffen'111:1llrll-l's sl'\illg in he Call' :<'1001;? pm 10ly B:1Plism: : MORGAN bv his wife To Senior Major nd Mrs lof the combined lodges and a see lite sln Al'luall)' we sa\\' (llihon Pie will qllickly be :ldi:1n \'11Y ha\'e 11ccn pil'\;ed : pn1 tl pnsong and Sermon i ecornrp'&llln'l!~ ':!crcer n i Pike th~ best wishes of alii Cree mol'ie sholl' for lile chi! ' t yesterday morning and il ['ome a family faynrite once / sen' on a guard of honour St Mary's: 830 am Holy: o{ he lo~al detach : go with them n their nell' dren of Orangemcn This has: l'as!juite pleasant drivillg you'l'e ried it :or the Queen when ma ar Communion; 3 pm Evcnsong the ROrr ~ va field been annoumc~ by worship Aronnn Conception Ray but PEANUT BUTTER CH FFON rives at Halifax They arc and Scrmon Dm Lake He 181 lu ~aster Victor HAmmonrl i coming back in he after PE George 'hrlall 1nrl Alherl UNTED CHURCH by n ;\fercer' l n the parad~ will be the L : noon we hnd he Sllil' rilm 1 envelope unflanrccl gel a Rriel oc he Black Watch' Student :llinister :llr 0 FT' Sprnrrr or thr1 88 Years Old aa RRr the LOBA and rlr171le ann Coc Howrl'crthe tin ~ nri!imenl : 1\ il50r ;un Divine \V<1r Ttlepholl~ Company i the OYB : \\'ralllrl' n :1 prnllll~en i 1 rllr roln wlr r;rnro 1< nn nl ;lr ~nrl '!in: 7 pm niine nrship tl T n~ fill nr ''' on' \\'llh ~ 1 PC~ vnlks \\'pll hn~lrn ' hrrp Tuesdal' ea' nli LVATO ARMY 1P 0 P nn ~n ~ riln 'u~ol' or lieht e«rn 1'< H ilrr ' \\lpl'n Anri ~l SA N i rir Hr return BELL lslad- ~r Roherll Street the hl: pracie 11'111 ~n rmprrotllr p ~f 72 rlr~rrp hert \s ~ ;11 of r and ~Tr' Thp '~n';n~ fnr th~ d) lh ~ily lh~ ~an1e day NUl(enl of Kelllllrew8 ~~e down Town S()uar~ ~1:1'0'~ llr 1 :r ('>Oil K llh~11 ~m 'HT' F:rnps\ noit \\'ill fp rnnrlwterl h~' sergt Pt!r J Krnl who WAS bnted the B8th annlver88ry Grten \'a ~o R Rnilrt ~nel 11)' 'rrtlnlp mp~l \l'llhnlll'hll ~r 1'T' t \l~in rionn 1 Rnhbl \'1 10ing memory of '1r husband and father ALBERT MORGAN ;10 departed this life on July 13th 19~9 E~r remembt!red El'er loved -n!prted b:v his l~vtn~ wife nd famlh wilh hi!laughter of hl~ birthday July ~th : Ten COll1ml1rlmPlllq R1ln~r n~ Clip ~m'flh prnnut hllttp ~m Hnlin'!rptil1~: ~ pm ~ in 11'11 'r' ~nd M'3 ~Ullent i8 well and lavourably to the SA Cil1ldrl Cnr ~ pl11 hi Tellicn Rrp '!nl~ Will p 1'~llill nr~\1~p p;jr~rlp rl nrhp '1~-~-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii= Ko:~nel' [ ~fal'dcn: known on Bel! sland where Di'lne Sen ice The) will 1l;itr R nrlighlill cold ~lprrr :l Pg~ hllp nhtpn LOA DcleO'alf's rjnr Farlp 7 r m S1\ ~tinn i nlurne~ home bl' air he wu a foremln with Dosco then return to the hall hl i nl' rlghl prople: (W ) ha1<prl crumh 1'rll1 b 'C rrtin~ The pp;>krl' R thi: flernoon '''hlle Wab~na Mines for upwards wa>' of Bennelt Street The JELLED BEEF MOLD cup hral')' cream whipper! B[LL SLA~'1) _ icl 'rn'ice 1\'111 be 'lr Curtis F: also ~ttcnded of half a century prior to hll free show for children will hp i h honrlc~~ chllek herr ~tiff (oplional) Hammann and To5~ph Coomh Tltorne D! hi! dautlhter retlremenl on pension num held n the Princess Theatre 1 cup hot Wilt~r Peanut halves master Rnd mmediate Pasl All are ~elcome dho '-a married ber of years ago Mr NUlent with tickets now attainable 1 envelope unflal'oreel (cl Chocolate picce~ r i' f Hap hid tl t1 Soften gelatin n V cap' ils c rcspec 'e yo' Gilllume E Carpen is still hale nd hearty and from t e appo nte comm cc a n py Home' Loyal Orange As ~ontreal June 27 at slts his daughters Mrs Jack Mr Hammond or the hall : cup choppecl eclcry water ~ociation Bell 1sland Are the Church Rosemont Penney and Mrs Edwlrd Som 4 cup ehoppeel onion Combine egg yolks CliP delegales to the Grand Sc' 1111 m~t at T b erton during the summer ~~ cup cubed dill pickles sugar ~ cup water ann illt ioll of lite Prol'incial Orange Home On Leave N MEMORAM MORGAN \11 loving memory n! a Dear father ALBERT MORGAN by hi!!on Teel or who passed WY ay month! every year His men Guides Visit 1 (10~~ oz) can condenscd in top of double holier: blend i(j~e of \:c'foulldlanrl The' HELL ~L\\'n - Pd Harry July 13th 19~7 ~ Vi Retl wh s e tal facllltits are 100d S beef C'onsome : '\'d(1 grintll! <'lt ffil'e's will 'l'p'p>t'1\1 W['lail '''11 of 'r?ann ~rs -way~ remembered by in Sl ohn s arrl\'~d ever as t s ntere~tlng and Be]lls'lan() ' 'p snlt i ['al e O\~' huillng w1i!'': 11:11'1'1' C bl lhe (;1'1<1 larry 'h 1'1 a ~bi Sll'et daur1tter and 50nln law o r' r 1 it nlormlng to hear him rl' r 'sp l'ppcr heat ('11111:11111) ~1 1:1: 1( ('llapll'l' siltings 11' 111(1 : ' [) k:\'c rt n fl ~f V s latf' ~torl~~ of t~ttrv!br ' 12 pilltit!\tll s1ff~tl ulire~ hl':i('!' ulil lljik ;i1 fill 11 1' vllil'il l:ll\i- 11;c al 1!'Jled 1 sleni:l1 dlll' ill ntha n~ Grorle Mu rt~lh~ J BF ls' D '1'1 ' l' ' ' f\ rt: R 'fh Dilly New jons with LL - till ~ 111'1 ~'P tlf ~' 0 hll ''' 11 11'1 111' ;\<l'lltlll''' 111'''illlllll~ \11' lll'lllls\\i!'i(' h 't'rl'll~ dill) ' d lifl 1 f ' 1'1' 11111'11111 i' ' r lrr uojll E'l hl~ ''OUS f!'iemll n wl!!ll' 3n COPB~' rum : el' 11' pelt'1 ) LL u~ ~r u ' ill 1\1 ('~nildin A '_--;_~-~1!'~~~~~~ 1t J aparln list nll him many ' ( 1(' \' )1' \' 11'11t'1' 1111' :l mo!'t ynrs f () 5 ' oil llt-s ('''111' ' odd 1't'1Un11lg ~ l f -===== rr\po hl:~ 1' ~ hpalth nd happiness pl'lslng ~7!llcte~!lld ljllhiers ' ~rudll~\': lje; unlll Sll111 lesay r&rnplug at 1~3\'h)' Cu\ ~lmllrrl' lrer n 1\~ler \ld 1'8rllla ' fog~ yulk 1111'1: htrvlt ; ('lll~r memo sppnt a vpry enj(l):1uljle O~\ 11111'1' H1' 100t-l: 11'111 till'''; hlrllll C 11il!k' and ~~;~) Visitine: on llelllslund TP\n) as l' till 'Jlleh feud 1:1:(PJl~r 11111' 11' 1111 i('nft! Jll \111\ >V'Jf'1' and '11 ' ( F u guests uf St Edward' (;1110; '(J' b!3dt' 1ei ( ' lll 10 ~ 1t1l1l1lr'l relur ' d'lllttr Relatlves The Frunt : lie:! CllP~ gl'llllllll heell Beol egg llilt's lililil (03111;; trl ned from their St Edward's guides wish to (uol broil!: ~u(ten gelalln add remaining sugar gradu p Sunday ~r and thank all those who helped' ill ~ tbsps brolh! ally beating until ~tiff Fold l~ m olor~d fro~ BELL SLA:'</D - Mr and n any way to make the ~tay' C:~k ('ric ')' ~nrl onl~n n into peanut hulter mixtur~ lo~ r fhorne s ~rs Harold Hank Lee (nee of the vlsillm: guides so pcas remrlllder o! bl'olh unlll ten Turn into rrtlmh crust (you h~li~~?'w;:rmd Ba~k Annie Butler and ther chilo ant e~peclally thole motor del' hilt stili sll~ht1)' 11f~: ma;' lisp b~kert p'lslry shrill \1'!ppnlllith dren Arrived here last w~ek ist! who provider! tran~pol'(n al101l1 to O1ll1l1lcl nlaln a\r lhilluntil firm ~~kes 6 8er\ ' rt G~or~e Ben ' on lin extenden holiday vlsll tlo to anrl rom thr ferry hroll! ~lix rcin; ollion anrt ill~~ nlhm U~ oulside' to ~rs Lee's mother (lnd her n pi('klr~ wilh nlr~l Crumb Crut: ~ri){ 1L1 CliPS Bank While ~\'a;' they ~ ~tep father) Mr And Mrs Adrl' cnou~1! hroth tn rnn fine ~r11t' crllrkrr crumhs h~ Bllrin Penin Peter Hammond of LAnce ' Stork News 'Ol11l11r to mllkr 2 rill: hc~t ': CliP sll(al' Rnn fi hsps ~oft C Cove 'Add softencn ~c1alin: stir to blltter 01' ntal'g1\l'inc until orbtll Pt!1 who will! ~r Lee flie~ a jet propelled' BELL SLA~D - :'' lnel c1iss~l\'e Pour hin l;ryci' of crumhl\' Pre5s mixlure n here dul'in«the! Boelnll KC 13~ which weillhs Mrs Gordon -iol<ane~ (nee' gelatin inlo 11!Juart loaf Cvcn iil'\er on hottom and BOllon lor medl 2~OOO pounds has ceiling Rose Sheppard) ~re rejuiclng pan: chill To remaincler oc sicles of' well greased g pic went to St John' of 3~OOO feet a range of 4 n the birth of a baby girl gelatin mixture acid salt pep' p~n Build up crllst around mike reservations 000 miles speed 800 MPH A lister for Cynthia The per and beef edge of pan Chill well O'Kelll' was Mrs: Lee met her hubband blessed event occurred at the Arrange olive slices and leveral day ths n Goose Bay where she wu Grace HOl!]lltal July 7 This plmlcnto sttlps n design ol'er businesl for h! worklnl before her matriltle honie is echoing to the sound gelatln in pan Spoon n beef P~ckm!tel For ~om~ time now they hive of lullabies these days Con mixture; chill F Hick~ who bepn realdinll n Maine rrtu811on~ To sen'!' nn1lrl nn pl~ttpr lea_til twlcl ~ C lc lieu 2~ c nee;ill lu 'e 'kln' Labor Delegates F or Convention JH:L lsr \id-tltc ful rrll'ina lelegatrs h~l'e been plrctrll tn rppl'renl Local 412i ('10 CCL at lhe Xrllfrlllnrll;\nd 1abor Cnnl'rn lin11 to he hrlrl at Corner: B'110k lilly D 1 (\isit) Jal'kmnn rl'r~i flt-nt: Hil')'n Kellncrly Thomas Powcr ;\lnp~ Kenneely Paul Ezekiel Aihrl't -\5h XO'man Reynolds wlto ; \ re Pre'l dent of the Fenpl'illion will 310 begoin~ <llung tq the 1 conl'ention with the Bell s land miners representatives 1 The Gorrlon!etter l~ a dog l'ill! a cual blaek coat and lila 1 : hogany or cheslnut <;olored markillgs on eyebrows muule and legs VACATON LUGGAGE large assortment to choose from n colours of Black Grey Green Slue and Brown with and without strap Priced from $198 to $2500 OVER - NGHT BAGS Colours Green and Navy zipper opening Special $198 $298 $3 98 & $ _ ----~ ~':' ~ NEWFOUNDLAND WHOLESALE DRY GOODS LMTED Retail Departmcmt -319 WATER STREET Your Gateway to Economy WATCH THS SPACE FOR WEEK END SPECALS ~ l :' '' i ( ~ i~ :/' 1 h ':

14 \ J 1 : '! r ~ ~~~ THE DAilY N~V\l' ST JOHN FRDAY JULY ~~' ~--~----~~~======~~~~ Tom PO''er Johll Whelan Th ' ' ' k B T Q' W;:~ L~~~dford~~~: Uw ; wlce e (Blrehy) Lke Ruth King C a t Jeanett Byrne Joan Mur phy Judy Byrne Peter Clarke ~g Ultr Pat5y Sellan Feggy Oarney ~ i J Kevin Fisher Gerald Crltch Paul Lynch Ed Coady Florle Maloney Bern Trlcco Blll McGrath Margie Sorenson f Maureen Wllliams Cy Walsh Brenda Purchase Phl! Forse y Junior Thistle Audrey Rowe Shirley Stockley Ed Dunne Velma G<lugh Marg Gosellng Madonna Mercer Herbie Husk Walter Simmons Brian Mor larity and Shell a Squires all having a bali for themselves Helth Hint Do you eat your important quota of vegetables every day? Potatoes are a good sources of vitamin C and ron and they d get On with your paracl of n John Durdle' life? Derek are at their best when boiled or t' ~i! and a very plea nt eg~~d YOUTHS for thla wur Once Roberta doln quill a lot of baked in their skins ~any veget '' mornlnl to you Here \ th once a aln th_nlu for )'our attenuon 51' ~ -nmnl lately A big hello to ablel can be eaten ra wand they chatter boj Bhlllt baci ht call a~d here' hopl 'll hear from a n bunch of fern_lea n the are especially valuable that ta aid after ahort 11' days m gal' Once you re loon Porlul&l Cov Road fl area Ver ta way _ for lltance carrot tu' ' - u 1111' f 11 odlca aur baa a n lun n nip cauliflower and cabbage Here's a few more notes about some of your favourite movie actors actresses and record artists Hope yoll'l enjoy them Elvis Back By BLL WESTCOTT Once again \l'il! f you are one of the thou~ and think before ands of high school students YOUr move To planning to quit school this dies who are '''''D summer before you matricu $50 per week seelll late-think again Of: if you and you wish You think that Grades 9 t': 10 re their shoes But enough to see you through ber ten years from' life successfully you're wrong wlll $40 or $5{) According to statistics com mean to you when plied by the National Employ to get married ment Service the sooner you n this day and quit school the greater your s much need for chances of ending on' a bread students with a makel a coast to-l:oast tour in' Hne Or f you want to put ~~~~~t;f:g ndustry June on behalf of The Nun's t another way-if you leave St A d Hepburn's next high school in Grade 9 or 10 tlng in and soon ory u rey you are sure 10 become one power wlll be picture which he directed of the ninety percent who go machinery ~uu'''11 Mayor R!cbardson ~lworth into unskllled jobs The long are needed to at Phlladelpbia happll lort er you atay n school and the electronic brains ng out glfta brought b; n fr more you learn whlle there or more definitely i au over the country by play the greater the nfluence you tial and even that is r(/ l el'l aboard t~a Th Young will have on your prospectlve enough Philadelphians eros~ country employers when the time No matter what JlN than J on or t bin N Pally how'a hulk all1 word well u those usually reo bus Lawrence Tierney who comes to get out and work look at education your fln commentj on my Somet g ew' from ~m lately? Anta and larded u Blad material Two NEW HTS rose to tardom in Gangster for a Jiving chinery aujalld: t' publlcatlon A laid : ' Kar U1't make fill' caplin vegetablel in addition to pota Famous Rock 'n' rou nger rolea is cheduled to atar in t you are among the thou5 petition we previoui columnl they t ar - lnatchan Zrrol how' Bernice toes are advisable n your daily Elvis Presley onc again Mad Dog Vincent Call about ands who have it in their smart or should We lfeatly appreciated any me Here' a new lebame whieh latll1? Bttty Finn lur doe diet back with two more smabh bits the New York klller of the 30'5 thick head to calj t quits ilant people in the nd molt encouraging hi have finally decided to try fin on tholl roller akatea Tom on our current hit paradel! for Mandour nternational Pro this summer suggest you day The best l'a)' 1 luesl most of you Yout and develop Roltor hu mad a real fllher across Canada and the USA ductions A La Vegas hotel read on and try to get some people to protect art wondering why this Youth n the put week have man out of hlllljelf Gerald 1 Parada s in Friday editions t f This time Elvis has come out h negotiating to bring Brigitte thing from this summary against periodical been approached by quite ruppoa )'Qu'll abln ou your At The Pioneer with A BG HUNK OF ::ove Bardot there n a musical pro- Remember at this stage of job insecurity is to the NEWS and not n on a few of our St John's YOUthl Chevi galn soon Hopi Jerry b/w MY WSH CAME TRUE duction Paris By Night your life you will roan have sound education urday usual Well to make and have been liked to try Critch 11 hlvlnl blmaelf a real These recorda of course are on NaWie Wood W5 ~88lgned 10 determine which road you school and also by a lonl/ story ahort the Dan~ and start what We might cll ball lip at the lmon fllhlng t leem every time that the RCA Victor label and JOin Crwiord'i former dress are 10 take and this w!l1 de perience Those 1l'itl News bave declded to canee a column for 8teadle in our Who'l the new heart throb ill yours truly dropi into the are presently sky hi! on the ng room t Warner Bros when cide either SUCi!ess or failure Grade Ten education their regular Saturday paper youth Parade So after think Mart life? Sam Codner PONEER restaurant more hit parades across the nuon she returned to the ltudlo for A survey conducted by the a drag on themseh'u for the summer vacation How ng it over have deelded if ure workl hard with lhe new facei are &radually ap- Elvis n we all know has Cash McCall Debbie National Employment Ser the community t ver f n the case a holiday that's what you want that' CNR theae day A bll hello pearlng on the scene Last already two other discs riding Reynolds!ws been signed by vice in some 200' offices of tremely difficult eecutl lometime during a reg what 'll try and give you to Bill Aylward who lomeular week Saturday will be However t would be much whera 011 the Hodgewatr Lin to drop n nd while there we A FOOL SUCH AS and year for the next five years Commission across' Canada them More week we had the opportunity in the top twenty These are Paramount for a picture per the Unemployment nsurance them into proper regular publishing day for the easier for me f you 'WOuld lurveylng Bill 11 from Buch NEWS send n your steady couple to 11\1 Tony Walsh lure had Gettln back to our column me and at the beglnnln of b1~elf a bill back n Grand for this week friends thef~ the week will arrange to FallJ 1 hear that he'l oon gl) iln't 0 very much to ta have an nterview with the ng to purchul hlmaelf a car about n the way of news or couple selected So a to avoid 011 'll'eu 1 UB nough' hould we say go!slp guess favoritism have decided the enoul/h ~o 'll be back next t' because this s only the best thing to do would be to week :nth 10r Blu and second publication alnce the collect the various lettel'l nd Pieces summer vacation began and each week pool them nd ar things aren't ruly bul2lng as range to have lomeone othtr yet guesi we can uy that the than myselt to leled weather sn't as agreeable as t couple to be nterviewed hould be and that too!j the This column wlll consist cause 01 lack of news Oh welil at various details lbout the let's not!by too much about the young ateady couples around weather etc because the past town and elsewhere and may few da)s have been beautiful be even a picture or two and 1 noticed quite a few of our f there are any luggeet Youths touring around town ons whatsoever just lend Bowring Park at the Stadium them along and we'll have a and the Arena all wearing very look at them So net week attractive clothes This is a good friends would lke for you lil that Summer s realy set to send in the couple of your : tlng n and we youths c&n ~~nal cholce and 'll be looking for get out nto the sun and live ward to nterviewing the e i up lected couflle during next n 'the put week friends 1 week Remember this s your received only a few letten from suggestion and 'll go all out you and as we know wlt~out to help you n ny way )'ou~ support this columr cannot continue So let's get on theball and send n your lstlng to me here at the NEWS and let' make thil column really lomethlng to talk a bout and to look forward to Whether you have weiner roastj parties dlnces outlngs or anything that s the occaalon of gather nll of Youths scratch down the outlines and drop them n an Bits And Pieces Roller Skating At Stadium spied Brenda Purchase Cyril NEED YOUR LOVE TO the first beinl/ The Rat Race showed that there were twice high achool Walshe Maureen Williams NGHT t seems that Elvis costarring Tony Curt! G- as many persons unemployed needed Marg Gosllng B~rn Billard is constantly producing records Men may loon be getting who had quit school at Grade t hal been John Durdle Amta Philpott which are hitting the top every mullcal salute via the juke 8 or euller than among those those who gra Dav Hand Marg O'Brien time and 'm lure you and boxel S The FB March who went on to Grade 9 high schooi Jerry Fewer Ed Billard Jean are only too glad to lee him from the musical score of War Seventeen per cent of those been placed nto Linegar Toll Chapman Lloyd right up there on top Watch ner' The FB Story has all unemployed quit before reach very easily Th Cook Renee Howse John Law for his new single A BG the elements of a popular tune ing Grade per cent quit not autflc!ent lor Betty Howse Cliff Hann HUNK OF LOVE b/w MY A scholarship n the name of at Grade 11 and the remain place them nto Bll Gillies Jim Byrne Dave WSH CAME TRUE when it Susan Hayward haa been set ng successful candidates went have to settle for Batten Lloyd Hollwell Fran hits st John's up by 'the American Academy on to Grade 12 and wind up with Cis Cole Ed Pennell Joan of Dramatic Aru in New York There lire of course many income to keep Mllrphy Maureen McFarland MOVoe Bnoefs with f:nanc!al arrangements reasonl why young people alive Ed Dunne Dob Phlpott Rudy mad by 20thFox English want to leave chool early Baird Margaret Ryan Shirley actor Richard Burton who bas Having money c10 th es a car for f the you future are planlng make Hutchings Bern Trlcco and starred n several American dates and endless other )'Quth you start with Bob Curnew all having their Warner Brol will make the pictures pla)'1 an Amerlea? ful desires may seem much th t dl usual Bnaek ~nd of course their world premiere of John Paul for the first time n Warner s more attractive than studying c\btion a of An ntervll!'w with Sill urn Hltle gossip More news from Jone5 n New York June ~6!eemingly pointless su'ojects 'good education Official Mr Herb Dewllng the Pioneer next week a benefit for the Navy League Th Bramhl Bush n classrooms and at home better) Many reveal plenty of good news scholarship fund James Grand Ole Opry hiubllly pro There are also those friends woml'!! looking for concerning the weekly roller Cagney':; 30th year n motion gram on NBC for more than of )'QU'S who are out driving are not luwciertiy ~~tln~r~e~~~ll~t s~: ~~e~! News From pictures will be celebr~ted by 20 years will be pro~uced as around n their cars having a ~~ri;uy!ro!ll~ut a party in the Scree~ Directors a film by Robert L Llpert for whale of a time for them have decided to cancel a Th A Guild theatre at which scenes 20thF~y release selves There are those movie for the crumb on plans for dances at the e rena from Cagney's past pictures which you woold love to let rather than tll! trult Stadium for the present be will be shown Alan Ladd ' Dig This and those radio programmes dish cause lays he it leems U's The Arena too are sure finished b: tree location which you would like to listen So thll lumm'! roller ~' ltlng what they want bringing n blg crowds to their scenel! for Guns at the Tim to ]lut thf big drawback about leevinl (bool and what they are having the roller skallng sessions Mr d d brought his to u achool homework early stage Th1~'t most fun at 10 f that' what Ralph Colyer Arena man ber an 5 an d yo t lucky brealu h t '11 't d ith troupe back to Warner Bros your ug and dlscipllne All these ge 1 k they want that'l w a we ager seems qu e pease W studio for interiors KSSNG NOTE very tlmesome at time and atreakl of uc glv them the attendances at their rol E G Marshail Broadway -- thus the desire to eall it quits only happeon once in Many lew 'cel have been ler kating lessiollll and al~ tar' last n Waiting for Go HOLL YWOOD - ~cenarist gradually emerges yean See you t 1 with the way the skaters be 6 b' d b War Marton Hargrove wrote thla seen at the Stadium ince the have themselves during these dot has efen ~cgneh '!Y ':: ccall ~xp1anatory script note for the thole summer vacation has begun Th kl ntest ner Bros or as ' Here's few more 0 't sess ons e wee y co GarnerNatalie Wood incendiary love scene between crazy Bits and Plecel manag guess t's because there 50 which is underway at the the James e' has Natalia Wood and James Gar ed to round up for this week anything better to do than Arena seems 10 be controlled flm Gre A g07 l vel ner n Warner's Cash Mc- One To Hope you'll enjoy them roller skate n one of the by the male side of our bought an us ra an n~ ; C \1' Babs why don't you drop finest places of entertainment youth class Facts released They're a Weird MOb'd a o~l arhev kiss-the kind of kiss Watch For BOBBY Frank a few lines once in a n 8t John's Last week we just a short while ago reveal a ntewltspha?ermlafn'h_a~ebut as they hould be kissing f they while and let him in on all t~e had the plea_uri of taking n statsstlcs which ahow more dlrec mse - ' d th' kls ng en HOLLYWOOD-Warner BrO! Faith-D ; envelope and addreu it: news 'm more tban sure he 1l little roller ksung and male winnen than female So a director-but not atar in it were 0 ng elr~ YlO 111l i The Young Philadelphian! When a «irl ehangn be real glad to hear from you mo'llg the many who shared girls let's shine up those horse Director Fred Zinnemann their own kssing time : which comes to the motion ox to tocki How Don Lawlor mproving the floor with us were Ed horseshoes or rab'olt paws and picture creens loon will how And h tart tradinl YOUTH PARADE on the mound at the oftball Billard Jim Bradbury patsy shoel and rabbit pawl and audience5 a mode of living a for boyl C/o BLL WESTCOTT field? Gall Walsh and Harry Sui Harris Maureen Brennan The number of drawings way of life of one of the most THE DALY NEWS ley sure make a fine coupl Nancy Blair Eric St George for winners w1ll8'00n increase exclusive oclal groups n When that on hr nd Reme'll take over from there '18 Joy s sure making the Betty Finn Maureen Pollard Mr Colyer hopes to have at' America-Phllac!eipbla'i Main head mber there definitely no 'J d Ed all Brian Duff cynthla w B j uhtt least 90 or 100 youths at Line Lorns about lev n~ is b d Wil S' at ed those it R quits clgarettel Brenda luhra ow 11k:: Belly Coady nerm P ts Connollys Duff a T'E'N rounds since he an c John Durdle Patsy a s e th gbt' lj r!!vveonuritthbemgra;a~e:~e~en~lo~ tek~tlnngg so~~~~en ne:r ro t~! rvo~ latmheposwtoeryll' suc~~dufn novel an times t Carl and Betty maldn outt Kitty Ember ey a Y 'close of the season Since Tle Philadelphians and ~tal'l Oh well 1 luess t abou Who's the leeret heart throb Bern Blllard Dick Maloney there are only about 40 or 50 Plul Newman u flnt law ltu +lum:e~f~or~m~e~t~o~'~to~p~c~h~at~tl~n~g~an~d~~~~~~~~~~~~;;~:::~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;- wlners 10 tar he has decided --- dent and then Main 'Line law ~ to increase the drawings each '1) PERSO~ ALTY ' Lloyd Price yer who deflel the loclety that Our lghter laok Summt White Sandall are ready n pure white wide open white and white with trims Theil 80ft designing and gentle fit live you everything you walll for a comfortable Summer Pick from sl1nl/ ankle straps T traps and tles n low medl um and high wedlle heels Sizes 4 to 9 (wide and medlun widths) 5275 to 5395 week he may have to hfve at ( E B \TrLE OF NEW ORLEANS Johnny Norton had gil'en him success t '! lust four drawings per night (2) TH 'D the firat lralght business suit Each 'night two tickets are (3) QUTE VLLAGE Martin en~y role for the talented Newman drawn and the holden are (4) DREA:-'f LOVER Babby Damn but leads him through a mau entitled to ttend the free Rocky Olson of romantic enlangemenu and night's lkatlnr session at the (5 KANSAS CTY ''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''B oak Benton personal dramatic ltuatiolu end of the season On this (6) ENDLESSLY r ' Becausl of the complex rela night ten more tickets will (10) TALLAHASSEE Freddle Canon t10nshipl between the various be drawn and the h~~etrhs wiul (SupplicG through the courtesv of VOCM) characters Director Vincent You ean ' that bl mar than from lk! a miss wants 10 bt lrutead of And to thlll you rt l! to what to 111 When a lrl cbingel 'ox to tocklnp Then ahe'l old emap her heart W receive a free pass ou e ce Sherman h d discussion When a lrl eh n~t skating sesslonl!(l be held group befon each imporl!nt lox to 1\0( next leason scene 10 the actors involved And h' laru tra~d Mar Winners: Rosemary could express their point of toy for boyl Ryan Jacquelin SqUires view on how they felt they When that shy Uttll Clara Leonard should play the cenb Learn about love ln~ Last week while UP at the Everyone took part in the un Arena lltlced Lou Pierce ulual conference on the set in You cln bet that tbl Maurean Williams Maxine eluding Newman and his fel more than /rom Dawe Cynthia Butt Derek low ltal'l Barbara Rush Alexll _11k Reberts Margie Sorenson Smith Brian Keith Diane - Les Noseworthy Barbara Hef Brewster Billie Burke and MENZES: NEARL'G ferton PhyJlis Stanley Frank John Willlams'PERTH Alltralia Janes Deanna Clarke Phyllls They gave me a lot of Prime Minister R G ForBey Liz Simmons Brenda ideas Bid Sherman and rived n this western Purchase Lloyd Stocklcy Ern think they got a lot for them nesday on his wa) Curnew Betty Finn Herbie selves on how to improye their capital of Canberra Reid Husk Bill Skeets Taylor Mahon Bert Warr Clay own characterizations month world tour Cyril Cook Carol Merrils Bus ter Bradbury and Junior This te all having quite a bal for themselveb More news from the Arena next week Yesterday's T ups JUNE Little Things Mean a Lot 2 Wanted 3 Three Coins n the Fountain 4 Happy Wanderer 5 Young at Heart ft Hermando's Hideaway 7 CrosB Over the Bridge S f You Love Me (Really Love Me) 9 Answer Me My Love D Dh Baby Mine MONEYBAGS TYPE Roy Gordon who has been pla)lng the banker n The Millionaire TV aeries for the past year waa lgoed to par tray a banker president n War ner Bros' The FB Story starring James Stewart and Var Miles Mcssrs Bern Billard (left) nnd George Mills (right) congrntu late each other on the occasion of winning a pair of roller skates and boots in the contest at the Stadium Both tbesr boys won these roller skates and boots on Thursday Ma) 21st; so belated congratulatiolu go out to both Bern anrl George Watch this page for more winners next week (TERRA NOVA PHOTO SERVCE; (Terra Nova Photo Service) NATONALZE RALROADS JAKARTA ndonesia (Reuters) ndonesia has nationalized 11 Dutch-owned railroad companies the Antara news agency reported Wednesday WELLNGTON Nt Mrs Kamau Ropihl chieftain reputed to N 110 and 117 years old Zealand' oldeat Tuesday alter a brief' rd RblA a foulf game a Ground teams l of the in local Referee to blo both th ca to the victo win mo a first 51 Fat's two victo Holy of wins tecond lost with F baving night' turnou 70th fine SOC mark the enco rough an the fina njuries Crusade1' having while G Ash was for sev nlish!d tie Klve lole owne n league Holy Cr~ won the fint p a 1051 nc with Fell 100t thel night' c fine lac Ulina: a E of both and hal allo play McGetU robbed goal of the low ya: \

15 uits ~in will before YOq' p To you UfO ''e~k leeljl Wsh You So But cars from' n'ol! or ~ Ptr' you when YQ1 arrled da~' and 11 n~~d for min Wth a hllb ndustry U ~ Automation nd ~oon 111 be J rt planinl future mllte rt th O~ that of COUf :\ucatlon (Grsllt ~lany younl looking tor t sufficiently drop out \'ou '11111 ha to crumbl on ll th n tl rruit s lummer tlm ll'«vln chool nile Don't brnkl 1ft' of luck a ppen OC n See you t lth-de et_ ~rl Chili' 011 to tockinjl hi UN tredlnt for boj tint on 11\1 11l1li ~d about len and ~ ~n 'Nt that thl l'ore thin frolll ~!li: ih anu 10! instead of cuc- thl you an la to whit to ' 1ir1 ebn' lox to tocklnp hi tarta tradln' toy for bo1o u bet tbat d mon than troll! lill Football: Softball rds Blank Crusaders 3-0 Shirts Take 10-6 Jeildians ncrease lead ~~~~~!st Game This Seasoo Win From Braves Double Crusaders 6 (oulllled senior toot n a me at the Ayre Ath ~rounds last night The team~ locked horns n of the roughest games in local ~occer for some R~frree Andy Joy was \(l blow all types of on both teams a~ play (orgot the ball and went the man 1 pike flrcd the one goal with Charlie and Cec Jenkins 'frond frame markers 'rrl! while Sterling c~me up with an ndin~ netmldln~ per to hal'e Guards he \'ictor)' in movcd the Guards first place deadlock St Pat' A both clubs tll'o \'ictorle~ n as many Holy Cross with ~ \l1~' n three starts at('ond ~!acpherson Cur hll'e Mt their lone game fat \litl1 rclldlans an~ St hal'in~ dropped til o night's game drew turnout of fans start ith both clubs displaying 11 fine sotcer Kear the mark of the first the encounter started to llugh and continued so the fiilol whistle TwO injurle~ were received CTU!ader ruj1back Sam hal'in~ to leave the while Guards halfman Alh \\'as also out of for sel'eral minutel the game S Hoddinott played blll in the Guards nets (rom his goal on 0«'8110n5 to come up ood top and earned Football: STERlJNG RODDNO'T his perfect nisht n th open ng period Hoddinott blocked nine drives and hi eame up with ten top n the final ltanza Holy CrOll had rellliar net minder Mike Stanford out with an njured hand and basketball player Jim Mae Donald moved between tle uprighta for his tirst football game linee high school Mae Donald w81 reeted with x first hall shots and had leven drives come hil WY n tle final frame MacDonald came up with several fin Ve over the route Hoble Pike opened thl loarlng for Guard witll tle only marker of the first half Crusader goalie MacDonald blocked a drive from Cec J en dns and threw the ball out side hll eighteen yard line Charlie Snookl bluted t back into the Holy Crosl )One with a Crusader defender heading t out to where Pike urtis St Bon's d n Scoreless Game!los ~'ell balanced junior 1m! t the Ayre Ath Ground! nt night flnllh with Maepherson CurtiJ and Bon'l fighting to a corecr Both clubl turned in!ouiht eontest but tbe of ~lh goall~ had the nd wilhout goal belnl lt all'e Macphmon ~\t ownmh p of lecond n leagut tlndlng St Roly CrOll and Guardl allon tbeir lone glm to lor fillt plac St Bon' 1011 nd ttl n two with Feildlanl nd CLB ~t their one arne 0 ruibl'l conte!t produeed fit! loecer \ltb botb UJin hort pauing Be!ldel the fine of both goaliea thl full and halllinea of both liao played great ball legettigan St Bon' robbed Maurice Martin oal in the final ten of the game Martin low hot frorr insid yard llne with Mc falling to block the cd moothed it for the McGettigan faced 1r111l1 drives and blocked boj n the!fcond taml hulout Wbit between the uplor th Macpherson Cur 110 earned hij hut White pulled off oed from JO Slaney and Jolnnin~ to keep 5t olf the core heet He!t opening frame hots lhepheuon Curlil sen team will ra vel to aver the weekend for pme exhibition leriet b French team Tbll bt tne lint local loccer to vial t the Frencb thia summer members of the tenior team will e lritb the MacCurtis n the limes Th team leave S John'l tbij after and arrive on St Pierre Th!1 will return on Monday The Wblte Shirts sent the D Hillis 3b 5 '2 2 Bravel reeling to lilelr third E BailCy f straight defeat last night by E DeBourke b scoring six first nning runs' D Carroll 5S 4 0 l' Bnd going on to win 10 6 in J Harvey cf 422 Senior Softball action played B Boyle~ c 421 at Bannerman Park The win L Drodge 2b 3 TO 0 by the White Shirts moves J Ring p 422 them w!thlng striking distance Constantine r! 403 of the Braves and Adirondacks n the top half of the first Brave: nning the winners combined C Galway 2b 5 five bits a walk and three J Power 3b 3 Braves miscues for six runs A ~lurphy f 3 The Braves came back with two J Avery b 4 rull n the second to make the R Scott 5S 4 score 6-2 The Shirts added a C PeirSon p 3 aingle run in' the fourth to it Walsh C 2 lead 7 2 and the Braves scored i p Lawson ri 3 BOBE PKE run in the fifth Three L Fagan cf 4 30 W tanding uncovered The i singles and two doubles n the hip-high drive from Pike fifth brought home the final caugbt tle near corner as runs of tile game for the Shirts STMtlDlNGS MacDonald wal screened and Two homers in the seventh P W L lunlled at the bau too late t crossed the Braves last three i Aces entered the corlng area at rulll Hawks to have t 10 at the half The only round trippers in }{ovcrs time whistle Sam Pretty was the encounler were hit by ecc Jays off with an njury when the Peirson and Paul Lawson for Adirondacks a 2 o 1 o 1 o 1 o o \ Dave Hall came on in the third inning accepted a 3 0 Crusader lead and pitched a o perfect bah game to pilot o Feildians to a 6 3 decision o over Holy Cross last night in o senior baseball action at the o City Ball Park The win for o the Double Blues strengthen o ed their lead on first place From running snatches a deep in the pastures to shoe o string catches in the infield o i close ca!!s on the bases and 1: precision ball handling the 0' encounter was filled with a 0: likeness to the major lea 1 gtlcs l' Dave Hall handcuffed Holy 1 Cross wtih his fast breaking: 3 4 curve and drup ball forcing i ' Crusader batters to hit nto DAVE HALl SQURES [ the dirt or blast high flies for : mostly routine outs Hall was but quickly changed directon 1 rounds of ball S Bon's are i Pts credited with a well des'erved and ran back to the boards to [10 second With a three and 1 16 victory He faced 24 batsmen grab a long hard ht ball fro:n'1 three listng Holy Cross and!' 12 in seven innings allowing no the but of LO~s Le?nard 10 Pep perrell are runing neck: h 12 runs on no hits walked three the ~lghth lonlng wtth ~!lke and neck for third each ba i' < 12 and struck out the same num illarlln o~ lirst base and two ing won two encounters and ' ::l;~ 10 ~ ber men 0U :l1lke ~artln came' lost four 1 10 i Ed Woolgar who slarted up With the play of th? game BOX SCORES :~i( goal waa cored the Braves Peirson was also llraves for the Feildlans allowed f~r Crusaders in the sxth n '~ l~ Holy Cross moved the ball top percenlage hilter with a W Shira three runs on three hits n1~g when he made a shoe Feildians AS R H E! r!~!; into the Guards zone at the pair of hili in three official Comets walked two and had no strike string catch on :-hat '~S Chapman SS <1 tart of the lecond half A trips to the plate Buckmasters 1 B outs \Yilber Newell was slate~ as a sure ht for Blil Simpson f ; ( ahort passinl combination The White Shirts played ex -- charged with the loss He MartlO Squires c ;\: ~ gave tlem the edge n play eeptionally good ball in the WEEKEND SCHEDULE pitched eight nnings glvjng Doug SqUres the fast hust Cole cf 5 O 0 0 ':: but leveral fine stops by Hod field and had no erro~ charg Saturday din ott plus tandout fullback ed against them ' 1000 am-rovers vs Aces work by Fred North together Jim Ring hurled the com 200 pm - Adirondackl V with a lack of goalmouth fin' plete game for the White Comcts ish by the Crusaders had the Shirts and acattereil 11 hits 400 pm-buckmaster V arne remain 1(J while walking five and funned' Hawks Guards moved out front 2 0 a lingle batler Peirson was lag 6aO pm-white Shirts vs at 111\6 Charlie Snooks was taged for fourteen bits and ten Jays the marksman on score that rulls He walked two batters Sunday came on a long drive Snooks ROi is now 3 5 while Peirson' 200 pm-lovers VS Come\! booted the ball from outside took his first loss for a pm-accs vs JaY the eighteen yard' line and it record! ~onday went close to the Crusader BOX SCORE 630 pm-braves V Buck croubar with MacDonald White Shirts: AB R H E masters leapi!) high and getting his hands on the ball before it lipped through for the taliy Ctc Jenkins got the insur ance oal for Guards t came at 1918 from a cramble in front of the crusader nets A hiih abot by Don A8h was!~ b'~ ~:}~ 'h~oi~ f~'~i~ BU~Y blocked by MacDonald but F Doul Chaulk lent it right i ace beek nto the goal area Jenk n meved n quickly to boot local scene for two weeks' the preliminary action and like and ca m up with thl am tle ball between tle uprights wrestling returns to the Stad i the main bout this fight will' numolr of topl n the leond for tle final acorl of the lum on Monday night The mid supply plenty of fast movlog p arne gets will make their first ap action for the fans half Both tums playd nlppy The lut ten minutes of the pearance of the season as they Jimmy Szaszay will referee ball Tony 'annlnll carried the contelt was rough Play hlghllght the card with a best the card Szaswy has recently ball well for st Bon'l and fed hll forwlro man) load pu Em Cluett and Jock Steward put up lolld fullback Un for Maccurti and drove tl ball down the pitch when St Bon' moved t nside tb ihtun yard line Dem McGettilan t on' left hali u hit n tl hc by the ball larly n the cond half and Wal forced to liv the field H returnld to flnlab the encounter Bolb loaltea woried well and cam up with thl vn when they were needed to PUt thl first tar of the ami Tony Mlnnlnl with a undout OCcer dilplay for S Bon'l wu aecond tar whil Jock Steward tood out on thl Macphenon-Curtla fullback Une for third liar Refer : Jim Pike LineAmen: Bill Pike and Pat Power (Lineupl) 5t Bon'ooal Cy MeGlm gan; fulu Ed Murphy Pat Whelln; halve Davi Spurrll Tony Manning Derm McGetU gan; forwards Doul WDOCia ROn Kelly Joe lal)e) Bern Mc Guire Bob Marshill Mac-Curti - Goal Dave White; lulu Jock' Bteward 1m Cluett; halvtl Divi Willlor Stln Brown Tom WeOtt; for wardl Doul Yetman NeWln Andrewl Maurici Martin 1rankKeiGl Hd?rF bmrw hkrw Keith Burt Frank Wlaeman up six runs on 12 hits struck 1m/: catcher for the Double ~arlln b ' out two and walked the same B~ues came up Wth a fme Ploughman 3b amount nlgl~t n the batter s b~x Spurrell rf ' The only wild pitch of the Squres had three hts 10' Cook 2b game came n the seventh in c1u?lng a double for four E Wooigar p nlng with Rollie Spurrell at o~flc!al tlmes at bat Hall he Hall p bat and Bob Cole and Bob Sdes beln~ master of the Totals Ploughman advancing to sec mound laced two hlts for Holy Cross AS R H E ond and third base on the three t!'les to aid ~S own ithers 2b ' play cause ~!ke ~lart1n s clrclllt \\'alsh cf blast in the first was the only :llarlin 3b Mike Martin added his extra base hit by Holy Cross Breen Ss name to the home!'un slug :!artin had an of i cia 1 one Leonard f gers last night as he hit a for three night Charlie Walsh Robson c ' two run round tripper over also had one hit for threc Fitzgerald b R W rest e the right field blli boards in times at bat i Barron rf ' ng eturns the opening nning Charlie The win for the Feildians' \'ewell p h ' d Walsh scrambled n in front has them now slanding on a Totals of Martin five wins and one loss record Officials: Duffy Harby Bob C]' ''' '0 ' foe mp of 100 Co pm W 18 h St ht ns t ra g Major Leagues: D f C b 4 3 moved from one end of the of tb~ee falls tag team bout arrived in Canada from Hun rates e eat u s pitch to the other with all FaclOg off n the malo bout gary alter cros6log tile ron four fulbackl playing well will be the teams of Little: Curtain He has long been reo The last tt'll minutes saw a Beaver and Tiny Tim and Sky garded as the top wrestling foul blown every minute with Low Low and the Mighty referee of Hungry and will P'TSBURGH lap) - Relief the latter' 21st 01 the seas~'l; but as Redleg manager'l loa ~bowinl pushing and check Schultz This fight will give' control bolh batiles on Monday pitcher Elroy Face gained his Pappas also chipped in with a' ing one ing tle order of the day A fans a chance to see some great Tickets for the wr~tling 18th coru;ecutil'e 'ictory 1 3 this double and single and!cored ' ASHXGTO:-< AP - A light rain wu falling as the grappling as the little fellows card go on sale at the Stadium sealon-as Pittsburgh Pirates de twice pair of 20 year old Baltimore ' lam ended 8(J for Guards provide thrills and laughs with ticket ofice They will be sold feated Chic argo Cubs 4-3 Thurs PHLADLPHA lap) - Gene righthanders!ljt Pappas Stm-ing Hoddinott with their usual style of fighting today Saturday and iolonday day night on Harry Bright s Frecse belted his third grand and Jl'fry Walker shut out ~ t goalkeeptng perform Leading up to the main bout with the office open from goo pinch hit single in the loth m slam home rll~ of the year Thur; Washington Senators 80 and ane n the GUlrds neu wbs the preliminary match will also am until 500 pm On Tues ning day night backing Gere Con 5 0 Thursday night before thl flnt tar of the game be best of three falls and day night the wrestlen wll! Face the majors' top winner ley's sevcn hit pitching lor m ladies night crowd of '}lba~lta Fred North of and unbeaten si~ce ~!ay Ph11adelphla vctory ol'er St BOSTON AP - Boston Guardl r and Frank O'Keefe will bring one of the city's fight at Harbour Grace and 1 ast year tlcd a p rate rccu d L OlliS ' 10 tne opener a ft' 8 11'1' crushed New York Yankee th tu d in favourite grapplers back to 51 they will be at Clarenville on with the 13 consecutil'e successes night 'doubleheader 4 3 Thursday night under' ~ ~~~ CJ~~~a~to lpi~e the John's Len Cowboy Hughes; Wednesday night in One year set by Deacon Plul t wa~ Conley's se\'enth \'ct~ry the heavy barrage of Ted Wi econd tar Jack Philpott pe in 1910 and thrd shutout agalost fll' iams Bobby Avila Bnd Vie W ee k en d B ase b a with htl ujul teatiy game CHCARGO (AP) -Jim Lands defeat 'Vertz tle crusader halfiin wal drove in three runs und Bubba MLWAUKEE (AP) - The 011 Phillips contributed a gamedc 1LoS Angeles Dodgers climbed th~:e~1 ~d Joy ciding homer to recket the Chi into second place in the Na Ln PM power and p? 'flq hmrwhbrw hmrw hkrwr Osmund Roy Mercer Ralpb cargo White Sox over the clel'e'l tional Lea~ue Thursday ni~ht' '- ::~n All baseball wll! be at a Cook Adr~~n Edwards Ed ~~c land ndia~s 4 3 Thursday nia hl with R inning 'ictory Jnu LN!UP standstill tonight but Wll [ LlO1ilO 1 erry G~oyes Bill Billy Pierce won a battle uf ol'er the ~!illvaukee Braves i' Goal Sterling Hod swing back nto action again on Trask Don Miller!'ell Kmght ''as lilted n the seventh inning toppled from first to third dlno~:r ~lls Gerry Smith Saturday with a doubleheader George Anderson Tom Black for a pinch hitter when stopped on the brilliant:!'red N rth halves Don Ash belween S John's and Grand more Coaches Jack Halpin and Pierce boosted hs record ~o ll innlng threc hit relief pitch ; CharUe 0 Sll~k Bob Badcock; Falls The afternoon game is Hoger Howse 9-10 whle Score absorbed his ing of Roger Craig : forwardl Gene Garland Hable set for 230 as is Sunday's en h'bsc~rers for the ' w ebek~nd ex sixth loss against ni~e victories Pik Cee Jenklnl DOU!! counter The night contest 1 LOn games W e:-' PHLADELPHA lap) -Gene CNCNNAT (AP)-Willie' Ch~lk R1 Wtlldnl will get underway at 700 Sat Flrst Game: Conley backed by Gene Freese: Mays showed his fabled speed' ~=- Holy Cr11 Goal Jim Mac' urday night J Howlett S Crickard grand ~lam h~me run and a afoot Thursday night darting By TlE CA:iADAN PRESS ; '-al~' fulll Sam pretty The next lenlor league sche Second Game: hit Ph11adelphta Bttack ~hutout in with the winning run for San American League ; ~u' J k - b G!'erll'n A Rn S Louis 11 0 Thursdal' O1ght n F G' t' 32 de W L Pct GBL i' -an~ o'keefe' hllvel ac du ed game w e played on ' ~~ h d bl ranclsco Sian s a Th d G the opener or a tw n1g t au 2' f th C tl' R d C1el'eland il- Philpott Joe Gulliver Harry Wednesday even ng when Holy 11' arne: header ClSlon do F e d HlOcllnhna s eds Chicago Ennla' 'forwartia Tom 'Me CrN and Pepper! will meet n B Fagan H Rowe The Cardinals bo'lnced back t rna e re u c Oson 5 e Baltimore S Gnth: Barry Maunder Bill the openlni game of the third and took the nightcap 6 2 batter New York \ Woodl GtrTJ Gulliver Dan round Grand Bank i~g Robin Roberts 7-8 for five Detroit ~ Y carew On Monday the Junior League runs and eight hils before knock Washington U will take over the field and S t'l tl ing him out of the box in the Kansas City ) Schedule And -'11 play two games The top l' ortune '1- fifth Larry Jackon B 7 went National League w the route for the Cardtnals gil V L Pet GBL first between St Pat's and the GRA'iD BANK (Speciai - ing up seven hils San Francisco 47 3 m- Play St Pierre Meetm g For ~; Guards will get underway at Scoring a pair 01 goals in lach Conley 7 5 all 0 V e d only Los Angeles 4S 37 56j 230: with Holy Cross and S half the homes tanding Grand seven hils Milwaukee Bon facing off at 630 Bank team defeated Fortune KANSAS CTY (AP)-Ray Her Pittsburgh '~ The followinl playen are to meet at the Ayn Athletic Grounds today at pm: frink W!seman Ern Cluett Do Yetman Jock Steward Doul Wilkins Maurice Martin BllJ 8weihey Art Templeman Jim Keat Stan Brown WallJ Rol linls Re Smltb Gerry Smltil Ray Wllkllll Dlrek Hall Dav Gilbert Tom Welcott Ael An drewl Clayton Colllllll and Sam Pin sent Probabl Pltchrs 's U Ass'n TueJday wm also have J~n: ' 1 here la t night to enler bert blanked Detroit on fil'e hits - / 1 ij Chicago S1 7' mp lor baseball on tap with Fe;ld Ule lnals lor the Burin Penta- 5 0 Thursday night as Ka:lSas City 1 ~ S Louis '-> An important meeting of!ans and the Guards clashmg sula knockout championshipl Athletics handed the Tigers their AlrT'oOSt any man is willing ta Ci~cinnatl U the umpiru Asloclation will be at 630 pm JUalcolm Osmond and Allister fifth straight American Leagll~ get aut and dig _until he has Philadelphia S0 15'~ held followlnl thl Junior Lea For the exhibiton serles Buffett were the goal get ten loss n the first game of a t\\'l' enough worrrsto go fishing gue laml Tuesday night A over the week end the Capl' for Grand Bank in the fhd night doubleheader full turn out requested S tals will 110 with Bill Robson half while Tommy Rose and WASH'>GTON A~) - ~!lt First printing press on the matten of utmost mportant Doul Squires Don Ryan Jim Clarence Brookll were the Pappas shut out WashlOglon Sen American continent was es will be tabled Carey Dave Hall John Power mark~men the spcond stanza a~ors on a sevenhtter Thursday tablished at Mexico Citv bv BCHEDULE Ed Browne Mike Martin Jack B~sll Colller scored the ru~ht as Balllmore wo~ the flrt Juan Cromburger of Seville i~ llulior Leagul Withers Tony Manning Barry lone Fortune tally game ofa double~eader ' Maunder Tols Chapman Bob An esllmated saw the Gua(rMdolnday) ~t Pat'a- Redmond Bob Ploughman Bill P KAriOles ralue dosintg pitcher Russ gv- D rt GUlleJ Gordon Breen' Lons mportant ony emmerer an 11'0 successors The Magna Carta the charter Umplrel: Cornett Ha man Leonard Joe Gulliver Bob for 12 hts includmg homers by of English liberty often is call B G d d G T d ed the Great Law Cole and' Ted Gillies Coach Le M ---=ly ar_en_e_r_b_n u_s_n_a_n_o_s 180--St Bon'l V Fetldians- Duey Fitzgerald and assistant ague eetmg NEW YORK _ AP _ Prob- Umplr : Crandlawi reen coach Charlie Riddle able pltchen n today' major Mabre) Following tbis Series the An important meeting fo' all leallue lam- -onot records (Tuesday) ffl i C tal lin of 18 Pony League baseball players n an Holy Crall vs Guards 0 c a ap s eup has been called for this after in parentheaes: uw-- players will be named Any _Umpires: Zimmerman Dow player reruslng to play in this noon The meeting will be held AmericaD ealul New York at Boaton N-Tur ely 7-B v Brewer fl!! Clevellnd 'at Chlealo N McLah 1(}3 V WynD 11s Detroit t KallU elly N Fgytack '1 7 V Reed 0-2 Dr Kuckl lalumo1l at WuhlnlW N- Pappu 8-4 V Pucual 8-'1 Natlollll wju 8t ~u!j at Phlledllphta N Broillo U OWlnt 4-7 Chll:alo at 'ltuburp N Hobbi 9-7 va l'rend 4-10 Sin fnnclaco t ClnclnnaU N -MlUr 4-1 w Purkey e Lot Aelli t MilwauH N -Dr7ac1alt V U1'dttte 11 ney Jackman tr 1 h th at the Bannerman Park cia _ Series will not ave w t e mod starting at 300 prn and lnor laapt Third Round C8i~~~~ Grand FallB lineup as matters of great importance Holy Croll V Pepperrell- will be Gerry Bishop Terry are to be discussed all playera Umpirea: Kia Jackman Dow Jesseau Mun Pond Graham are asked to attend ny Cornett Mercer Bill' Crowley Dick WARNNGS ON PLASTC BAGS St Bon' V' 1tldilll-Um Duder Dave Plolaky lloyce TORONTO (CP)-The Socety pin: Hartmln Breen Zimmer' ' of the PiastlC8 ndll!1ry (Canada) man MaBry- piru: Frazer Cran8haw Hart nc Thursday took stepa aimed 1UeUalll V Holy CrOt- man WlUlamM at preventing further deaths from Umplrtl: WUllmu Cornett plastic film used for covering Cranabl Duffy EXllBmON SERES The 50ciety recommended tha PPpmell V Bt Bon't-Um Cit)' n Grand Faill printed o~ all plastic material plru: Brun Downey Jlckman Umpiru - Jackman Mabrey warning signs be attached to or Hartman \ DoWney Hartman Duffy Wi! 1m than 1-l000th or an inch thick t Bon' V Holy Croil-Ma llama Breen Zimmerman Kiss used for garment covers The oa- r Z1mmnln DuUr Cor Crallllbaw Cornett Williams ciety said su!!ocatioru; 01 infan:s utt p DUFFY have been attributed to thls thin rl11d11d1 w llpparrlll-um- Vic President 111m Practice Corner ' t ~ : r J: /:: : ~ The S Pat'! junior baseball team will practice tonight at st Pat's Field at 6WThe following playerl are to attend: Tom Barron Brian Leonard Danny Corcoran Jim Barrett Bob Abbott Bill Oliver Mike Murphy Bill Malone Mike Donovan Joe Collins Austin Thompson John Gover Eric Gregory Gordon Glynn Shawn Dobbin Ron O'Neil Brian Duff Jim Walsh Tom Owens Alex English ' A practice for the St Bon's junior and &enlor football teams wi! be held at Shamrock Field Sunday morning at: 11 o'clock A full attendance of players ts requested The S Bon's senior baseball squad will drill at Sham~otk Field tonight starting at 700 All players are to attend :

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17 TO DAilY NEWS ST JOHN'S NFLD FRDAY JULY '9 P The World Beyond magination Where Adventure Never Endsl Also-NOVELTY TMES OF SHOWS fvenng SHOWS: 7 PM - MATNEE 2 PM 9 PM LAST TMES TODAY A STREET CAR NAMED DESRE TO-DAY YUL BRYNNER JOANNE WOODWARD LEiGHTON ~'l'~ fk~e~ S Sound ~ c C o' love A~D lr~~sgrfs$ion N THE SOUTH! A/lo - 'UPTO-THEMNUTE NEWS-- E TMES OF SHOWS VWNG SHOWS: 7 O'CLOCK MATNEE: 2 PM NEXT ATTRACTON OlMON - CONNE STEVENS i lithe CRAc'HEoC E n PENSE ~ J - XCTEMENT - THRLLS - in - Also ROBERT HARLAND - PPPA /S YOUNG AS WE ARE - EXCTEand THRLLS Paramount Today WL BRYNN!B - JOANNE WOODWAlD N THE OUND AND THE rully Th SOUnd d ~ Fury Jrry Wald' new Olntma &oop drama open n lit thl Paramount Thettre baed on onl of the world' mot! popular literary propel'tl A lurvey of key llbrarlet reveal tlat tit Wlliam Flulknar novel GREAT EASTERN OL & MPORl CO LTD Radio Television Waaher Ulfrlgeratorl Dlep }'reeaerl Electric Ranges Floor PolisheN Gramophonu Public Addre Systems Tape Recordeu REPARS AND 8ERVCE 5 LNES DAL 3801 to 1005 WATER STREET 'al251 nar the top of the list of ~;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;=i boolu mdft requflted by read Ylli rynner ppean O!' pletl witlt hair plec~ for hll role n J&rry Wald' 'Th Sound and $be Fury baled on the Wllalll hulkner novel Mararet LelaNon outatand ni Britiltt ac re makea her American tllm debut n Jerry Wald' Th loufll and tjhe l-'ur)' She leored her nitial US triumph in the Broadway mash Separat Tabl Martin Ritt and JaCK Warden directed and co-~ar rellpectil'ely of the new movie Thl Sound and the Fury have worked to iether on numerou pl'e'yldu occasions Wuden tarred n the Broadway play A View From the Bridge and A Spec al Baby and the film ''he Edge of the city all of which Rill directed LAND SURVEYS LAND APPRASALS DRAUGHTNG WHTE PRNTNG MNEOGRAPHNG AND PHOTO COPYNG Gerry Halley Surveys Ltd TELEPHONE aklj whil' shel WHTER than nw Ethel Waten retul11 to the ESQU RE ; creen after a lone blenet in Jerry Wald1 '1'he Sound and i \ thl Fur)' n the Hme!lim ~ LANDl WHTE Josnne Woodward plays lev 35 ' enteen year old iirl Yul Brynner piaying a South ern eentleman n The Sound and the Fury really got the the pirlt of thlni' during the film' production Wnen eo-slbr ~thel Waters yelled Yul all i ; hllen to me he 9'11 ttl first i to respond i Capitol Tomorrow WALT DSNY'J PTR PAN N TlCHNCOLO Walt Dsney' all carloon : fantasy Peter Pan has reo turned to the Capitol Theatr- d ~ C CO HAH'ANON PARKER & MONROE LTD 1!!!1!!1---- an the Technlcolor!l'reen ver~ion ot J M Barrie's cele brated piay s brlllantlv ailve wito [un and excitement Wthout minimizini the WELCOME WAGON heart touchlng entlment and n05lalglc emotion which have kept the piay'a enchantment fresh through three HOSTESS genera : Will Knock ot Your Doo tions Disney has filled hl~' r i screen version wllh humor With Gifts and Greetings The comedy 8prlnglng from Friendly Busineu naturally out of the behavior Neighbours ond Your and escapades of Peter and Wendy and ai the vlstors to Clyte and Sociol and nhabitanll! of Neve~' On the occasion of: Land ranges from the inno New Comer to the City cent drllileriu of ch lldhood to broad fare and the bois The Birth of a Baby t~rou~ hilarities of violent e' PHONE lion when virtu triumphs 9< '3 over villainy Almost very or 't cen [ully pack~ with [un from the lime Peter pilot! the Darllni children to the mailcal sle on their fabulous adventure wltfh pirates ndl ans mermaids 108t boys n Fl'breglas Boats DEAL CARTOP (9 FT) F8REGLAS BOATS by CRANCRAFT incredible crocodile and the sundry sprites and pixie led by Tinker Bell This s a rolrln tile of adl'enture S Disney reiates t wllh hlb!ne~t animation (L CRANE) art and his best Mory telling 36 McNe'll St D'al 6013-L manner With laughter as his 'shlejd no mall youngster will cringe at lhe 1'llalnle! of tender humor it is all keyed Captain Hook or the bluster to attracl the gulleiess heart i of the ndian Chief And the of youth whirh as Barl'ie snid Statutory Notice DEFENCE CONSTRUCTON (1951) LOOTED -- Lawn Mowers Project: Construction oftac'n n the matter of the Last Will! no and Testament and of the Building (ApproJ: 500 q ft) Elllite of R_ymond E Ben SHARPENED Access FOUlldallon5 Road for t 30' Tower and nett lale of St John's n the (a) Cut Throat sland tabu Provnce of Newfoundland dor Fle C21-1 Medical Doctor deceased ' (b) St Anthony Newfound All persons claiming to be lind File 122 %54S3t-l creditors of or who have allv 1-- clai!lu or demands upon or ai fecting the Estate of Raymond SEALED TENDERS plainly marked as to content and ad AU S T N E Bennett late of st John's dressed to the undersigned for $ ' aforesaid Medical Doctor de i either or both of the above i cellied are hereby requested to 'project! will be reedved until ' send partlcul~rs thereol in writ 300 pm (Eastern Dal'li~ht : ing duiy attested to the Roy~1 Time) - Bal'rd Motors Ltd Trust Company at 247 Duck worth Strlet st John's one of Thursdoy July lhe Executors of the Last Will : Pians specifications and trll 1 MERRYMEETNG ROAD and Testament of the laid de ALSO : der forms required mal' be' DAL ceased on or before the 31st i obtained by Generai CO;trJc1 7 day of July AD 1959 after SAWC : tors oniy from D C L Pians which dale the Executora will SHE-ARS Section Room 158 at the ad proceed to distribute the said AXES and CHSELS dress below A deposit of Estate having regard only to S10000 payable to Defence the claima which they ahall have Construction (J951) Limited is had notice B N 5 ' requil ed for each sct of pians Dated at S John's this zth and documents This deposit i f lls forfeltcilif the compiete piolls day 0 June AD 1959! SHARPENNG an d spw f catlons arc not re HALU';Y HCKMAN&: RUST tul'1e(i ~ood order 01 or be SolicUors for the Elecuton ' SERVCE 6 YORK ST 'fore the fourteenth UJY follow' jne26jly31017 ng contract award Plans and specifications willi _ be on iew at Buiiders' Ex ; UUTCHEN'S GROl:ER~ changes in Halifllx Frederi'c: MEAT!KARKE'T Statutory Notice 1 ton Moncton Saint John NB 53 William Street Board of Trade SL John's:: Dial 7450 and 6061 n th t f i Will d i Newfoundland DeL lalifa:< Est:t ma e~l~ te G E 8 R CLARKE 31 1! Branch Office and at the ad ' e 0 er ar c dress below Topsail RoM late Uist of t Hay f P Roberts t d G n the i E ac h tender 1l11lst he subnllt Dial :l:tz96 rpc ~ or e ~'rafvt an ted on the forms presci ibed th e rovlnce 0 ew oun i L HEALEY d C i ilill )e accumpanled by a seell; en Road! and Wltft t an on cct oner decclticd it dcposit in the amount of: Dial 3026 All persall! claiming to bc (a) if for (a) abo\ e ani creditors of or 'ho hu'e any' ~4000OO NSURANCE AGENTS ciaims or demands upon or af (b) f _for (l) ahu e oniy ~ND BROKERS fecting the Estate of the said 535OU00 -- i iate Albert G Earle dcceased (e) f for both S JOb BROTHERS CO!TD Water Street Dial 2658 un MEEHAN & CO Duckworth ijt Dal ' '1A Bld~ REG TMORGAN NSUR~SCE L~JTED Temple Bldg PO (l01 16li 341 Duckort~ st Dial R03O or ;:'S DRUG STORES M U)]''NORS LTD U4 WATER lit Dial 2206 AYLWARD'S PHARYlAC'Y Car Monehy t: Empire An Dial KENNEDY'S DRllG STORE Z04 nurkwortll!l~ Newfoundland Services P\SSE!'\GER NOTCES are required to send particulars' or :1 1)1(1 hond n the a11l01lu\ of thereof in writing duly attest 10' o[ the bid prlec as called 'ST JOJl ~ LEWSPORTE : cd to he under'lgncd Solicitor' for n the tendcr documcnl< SERVCE oj the Executor of the Estate i The lowest or an~ tender not ~ of the said deceased on or hc necessanly accepted ~L\ Bonal ista on the St r ' 'John s Lell'isporte Sen ice will ere the 8th day uf Augul ~ J D JE:;SO:\' '~il fl om he Dook Coastal after which date the snid Secretar\ Wharf NOOi\' todav Execlltor will proceed to dis ~o 4 Temp Bldg ' COECTlG:i 11;\ Y A''D trbute the said Estate hal ing j(j L)on ~rccl WEST RU 'LACE1'lTA regard only to the dehts and: Ottawa Ontario BAY claihls of which he shall then jly910 have had notice : Dated the 8th day of Jllly 195~ WLJA~ R S~AJLWOO) Solicitor for the Executor' l'ross /loads PO Box U8 Bay Roberts CB jlylo1b25allgl FOR SALE ~ CHOCE BULDNG LOTS situated at Topsail CS Terms can be arranged if required Have YOU a Plan for Your FH~(nl3? Hr :l m;lll \''i1 t a :<111: Jlin nile (f thr (':J11;1~;Jl \r:ll\ ~ (':!; infanllt re~il1ll'111' lod\- :\11 p'il':tiol!~ i-:'p :tr:;lill hcilf! ih' cl'pted fllr rllroilllc lll ill: The Royal Canadian Rc:gil:~ent Obi 2381 D!AL 4752 The Blc;ek y;':ch (Royc: DUNN': PU1RMACl' Cor Mayor Rn~ Merr:l;meetinn R DAL 7358 PARKDALE pnar~i\c'y Elizabeth Ave Dial 9mO t'tlljrphy's DRL'G 8'roRF~ 119 MllllBrJ lto Dill 644ft THOMPSON'S PHARMACY 4S Quldi Vldi Road FLEM1NG'S PHARMACl ~~ PennyWell Read Dial GROCERS (RETAL) rest of the family wiil all the and Dsn~y agrees experien ORMAN DOWNEY mare relish the adult appeai: cel vcry little of toncquen of une of the world's most! eel after the ge of twelve Dial SU? treasurer! tales The musle son~s and ' t Disney at his best n score of lilting BPpe~l match MOBLE GROCETERA N '6 New Gower ~t ever~' foot of e!(clling pulsp r the mirth of Disney's pe'l Store At Your nod' stirrl film From wit to '' Pan DAL ~3 190 A LlnLE Go a long way when you Advlrtile in THE DALY NEWS 1 For information WANTED A FEMALE Cook for Church of Englond Girls' Orphanage to live n Apply with references to THE MANAGER or 'PHONE 910n jly4710 For F~s~' Taxi Service HOTEL TAX Dii!f QUEEN'S ROAD Open from 630 to 2 am ' ~H HighlCllld Regiment) of Cal~(JdCl Prinecls Pcdricin'~ (on;d:: Light n~antr~1 Rrgular B10 am troin to: Arg~ntia ~rond~y July 13th will connect with ~!otur Vesseis for Bay and West Run Placentia Bay ' (O:-;ECTlO:'i r;ree H\ y : SEl\'CE Tr;;ill --Ti' Carihou leal ill~ ~ olln t:lo pl ~lunday illl) 1:J111 'rill 11;011;(' ; ollileelioll : ;t 1('i')f)flr lllh LV Noni; n lile C;recil Hy Service FREGHT ACCEPTANCES FH:;HT ST 0 S U:\\ l:o;i'ojttl: :O;ERnl'l; f''i~h~ j()l' 'l'~ular pul'ls 51 1(' 1: ;;po: Scn icr p': 1('1llorll' and ~\' Bnll:l\'i~t D( : l'pted H~lhr;ly Freidlt Shed ')«(;y ~ Vll t ' 5 pm Fl! :U;Jrr SOP' l'o\st SJ:nn: if yotl c;:11 tlcl't llil' hi~h ell Fll'lghl i accepted d;lilv al rdllll'l1l sl;:::d:lrd hrl' i5 r llilt it;til\\~1' Frcight ~!crl for all ''C f:lr '111 (':l'11111 ' l'arc ; ~or:s Soulh ellast Sernr~ JUt : will! a gllod futllre a iir( order tn gtl~ :Jlltrc mol em'cnt r~ of ch:dl('::ge tl'al ('1 :'H atlrcn lls np S ~ lce:l leu rel'~ l' ture al1d all illtlttil1~ al1d llust e at bil\\'a) Freight Sheli llcall~y mali's li[( lot lilter than 100 pm Tues EnqUire 1l0W at YOllr ioci ArlllY nay July 14th \erruitill~ Station at: 431 Woler Street St John's Nfld Tel: F E1rT ST JOllS'S ('O)tNEB UHOOK SERVCE Frei~ll1for the S John's: Corner Brook Service per SS rtllern flanger ~ccepted at l'il';1> prol irlr me drlails nn Hailway Coastai Shed Wednes ; lloyd Calladi:11 lufailiry Corps day and Thurciay Juiy 15th: : crcer opportunities and July 16th 9 am to 5 pm woultl li;;( illl ililcr lew at m) hom r n i t' T;;;:c{!~ -- Rt the reltuiling l;lllon 0 '!\Dmc 'Addre» C t r Only SEBERLNG gives you the comprehensive NO-liME-liMT GUARANTEE that insures your tires against every norma1 road hazard* Oilly the Seiberli1g guarantee has no limit on time or mileageprotects you for the lifetime of your tires against all normal road hazard!! Buch as: Pol Haln H&h Curb Brokln ilm )' 0\\ 'rovinrp Pholl STJN'1n ' Ral~ed railv;y ';acks BOirds wllh spikes Prolcctin~ culmls Come in today Let us give you full details about the rugged rayon construetion and other features that n:::::' this Seiberling ~uuran~ee possibie Dominion Macf1~nery & EGlui?~'n2dt~ C'' ltd ST JOHN'S CORNER BRO(( PHONE /'05:? ~ J;HONJ: NE-409J' ~------~ ~~& ~~~ 1 { : : ~ ~; : ' ' : ~ : \ i ' :t ' >

18 [{ THE DALY NEWS ST JOHN'S NFlD FRDAY JULY 10! : i j i l j j ; ~ ~ ~ ' - -fl' ; '' ~ '' :: '~~ r : : ' ' - ~' :: - - ' : 1'- ~~ '-' r ' '' -- ;:7 :::!:: ~ ~ : > ' : '' ~ ' ~ LONS Buyers' '& Sellers Sweep WlNNER TCKET NO 1407 Mrs Pauline Donnelly 4 Bulger Place Ticket sold by Frank Donnelly Winning number drawn by Mr E J Godden' Th Lions Club of St John's extends apprec! ation to all who bought tickets in this Sweep and thereby assisted in paying for the new Swimming Pool WRESTLNG 'STADUM MON JULY 13th 8:30 pm MAN SOUT: Midget Tag Team (Best of three falls) LTTLE BEAVER and TNY TM V5 SKY LOW LOW and MGHTY SCHULTZ ftrelmnary SOUT: Best of three falls LEN COWBOY HUGHES V BG JM BERNARD Referee: Jimmie szallay of Hungary Ticken on sa e to day Friday Saturday and Monday at the Stadium Box Office from 9 am to 5 pm Tickets: Ringside $2 Center Sections $2 Balcony $150 Bleachers $ 125 General $100 Tickets on sale today Saturday and Monday ';: at the Stadium Ticket office open 9 am to ;:: pm! ' - ' ~ ' ~ :' : ' for RENT One OFFCE 3econd floor of 333 Duckworth Street Heat and light included in rental of $4000 per month Apply WLLAMS & CUMMNGS LAW OFFCES 333 DUCKWORTH ST DAL 2020 or 5694 TO l 7~' ~ :'f ~' ' 0: AR EXCURSON BY MeA DC 3 ' STPERRE MQUELON TO A CORNER OF FRANCE N JUST ONE HOUR NEXT FLGHTS - r;j~~;-' orv 1'\ Special Offer to Commemorate the French Revolution (BASTLE DAY) LONG WEEKEN LfAVNG TORBAY: FRDAY July 10 at 7 pm SATURDAY July 11 Ct 4 p' m SUNDAY July 12 Ct 1 pm MONDAY EVENNG at 5 pm ALL EXPENSES NCLUDED FOR NFORMATON PHONE FARE $'6400 ST JOHN'S MOST PROGRESSVE ClASSFED secton CARD Dr N Rusted (28 Monkstown Road) Will BE OUT OF TOWN UNTL THE LAnER PART OF AUGUST FOR RENT One modern unfurnished self-contained Apartment! second floor Rent $95OQ~ Prefer adults only Phone 5436 F TYPST i Required for four or: five months Perman-! ent if suitable Experi i enced Typist Apply BOX 1000 c/o Daily News jl)'910 Wanted: A Cook-Housekeeper for family of two adults in West End residential area Pre fer applicant bet ten the ages of thirty and fifty years Out-oftown applicants apply immediately PHONE 4903 Where To Stay Balsam Hotel MRNES ROut SltuSpd lb Rearl al the (jty QuJM p~e C&miartabl A/mOl P'or Reservaunns ud!j lormauod m:lltt Dial 6336 MRS JOHN FACE\' Realdeal ManllteretlJ ~~=~~ TOPSAL POND Summer home on valuable: Soulil West Shore property of about half acre Well design ed and built three bedroomed bungalow furnlsned and readf to live n with plclure window open fireplace full bathroom with unfailing hot and cold water supply from deep well Fully equipped kitchen by i Youngstown McClary and Norge PHOTOFNSHER WANTED (Female) Some photographic experience necessary (Ap'plications held in strictest confidence) Apply The MUSCAL CLOCK Ltd NOTCE The regu lar meeting of local 566 of the nternational Brotherhood of Electrical Worker~ will be called to order in Victoria Hall at 800 pm on TUESDAY July 14th 1959 Very important business must be transacted at this meeting A/ members are requested to be present J\y6fil By Order of the President CYRL BUTLER FOR SALE or RENTAL LARGE BUSNESS PROPERTY No 98 Broadway Corner Brook Frontage Main Street Floor space 1200 square feet nquiries solicited S V COOK CORNER BROOK S CELLO PACKAGES & BULK Look for Bidgood's Labels in your favourite Supermarkets We Retail and Wholesale Salt Cod Fresh Frozen Cod Tongues Caplin Frozen' and Corned DROP N OR PHONE 7568 (lsree refrigeralor) electric! B dgood's Wholesale Ltd SUMMER COURSES REGSTER NOW Speech 'Correction Cllnlc'l Voice Production Dramatic~ FRENCH - Grammar and COJ1vcl':Jlion Modern Sa raam Dancing 1 Waltz Foxtrot Rumba Samba Rock and Holl etc TELEPHONE 7724 FRED OAVS-Speech Studio 288 OUCKWORTH STREET ' 1i lll'lrlmth ' U~SVlRlE 1f(YDJA1f W''Di 1R [lla RCATfOfYNSURANCE STEPHENVLLE lrlanlph MnLL5> MANAGER HCUJlES SHDPB lauj''cds SlHDPS 1ClA1R1G()ES : -====-=--:---':'---:--====~ AUTO PARTS (Whole) NOd '?~;iii~ Armature Work 38 B8mbrick Street Dial BULDNG MATERALS! CHESTER DAWE LTD SHAW S1' and TOPSAil RD for all your Bllilding Requirements call DRUG STORES CONNORS DRUG STORE L'\~lERT'S CUl'G SYRlP: can be obtai lied :Jt C01'\:\OtS VRl'G STORE 3H WAT :n ST AL 2206 ELECTRCAL APPLANCES BANE JOHNSTON COMPANY LTD Agency Departmcnt 243 Waler S Dial 2102 YOUt FRGDARE DEALEH HEAP & PARTNERS (NFLD) LTD Wirillg ~latcri<l15 Wire Rnd Cahlc' \!utors Starters Lamps Sl'ikhrs Lightin;; Fixtures etc WAREHOUSE PR:\CES S1 DAL 5085 FLORSTS HOWSE OF flowers Serving St John' from two locations Sl7 HMLTON AVENUE DAL WATER ST DAL 7410 :~ FRE NSURANCE CROSBE & CO ltd Agents for UNDERWRTE its AT LLOYD'S LOW HATES DAL 5031 power and proper drainage!)5 tern balcolly ol'erlooking lake: and boat pier A most altrac GOULDS i til'e nvestment financing call ' HAR E STORES he arranged S9000 or 'C' PS Drop out to our Fish Plant at Petty DWAR i i near offer Fildes PO Harbour and pick up your Fresh Fish l-l 611 Telephone 9266H Bra 'HARRS & HS~OCK LTD' 'm prolected Fresh Cod Tongues - Open every night GE1'i:t!AL HARDWARE ========::1::================== Distributors for Sunbeam Electrical AppliancCA Sport Good~ allu Sport' wear for all oecilsions D1:\L 5016 DARKROOM WANTED FOR STUDO WORK TECHNCAN Experience preferred Grade X required Apply THE MUSCAL CLOCK LTD St John's ERNEST ClOUSTON LTD ~!cclany AUTrJ:lATC WA1U AlR CONUTO:-<NG' 210 WATEK ST DAL 4183 HEATNG C A HUBLEY LTD PLUMBNG add HEATNG i CONTRACTORS Rep General Electrle 36 Klng'S Road Dtal 2916 RADO TV REPARS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GREAT EASTERN OL ll'f Position Open-August- 31s~ For an ambitious salesman Sales Supervisor or Sales Manager who is looking for n oppottunity for advancement Our buslne5!l 15 rowing Rteadily in Newfoundlallu We nrei! another mnn at our St John's 10[' We offer empluynwnl wlth8 'l~lon81 food compally job lrail\ln~ salary car '11'sve1l1ng pxp~nhes ~lpel'l'islll'y ~xppnclll e profll Sh31'11~ fnllge lenl'fli:; anu 811 excellrlll opportlillity llr ai!\~l('em~11 a ('1)1111':111) th~t is h~ indllstry lulin Preferably YO shoutd he exjlerlell~rd st!~lhe 'elail 81~d \\'holrsat~ trade have a rrol'rll tiut~8 rpcol ~ CKeclltll'f ~olrtltr goou eulicalion mal':led years 0 age; currelltly employed willing to trawl tll:cjlgholit Nellfoundland lb learn our businelll and be able to accept responslhlht)' Please reply at your earllest convenience tobox207 clo The Dalty New~!lat nl quufict1onl references and approximate salary upectcd All replies kept 'hntrlcl' confidence )11810 COMPANY LTD REPARS TO RADOS TV' AND ALL ELECTRCAL APPLANCES DAL 3001 to 3005 USED CARS ADELADE MOTORS ltd FOR A CAR YOU CAN D2PEND ON CALL AlFLADE ~\ot()lts LTD A COlUplrlr Siult A \'our lal 3015 F -'S-H-ST-O-R-ES---! CTY FSH SHOP 38 frescon ST JAl 2226 liiiilliiiiiiiilii5;:;aciisl;;::;::;;;;;:;;:;;;:;;=s====::::;::=======~ Servlce QUlllly Variet 1 FOR RENT One partly furnished heated APARTMENT erator and electric stove included) at 331 worth S1reet Rent $8000 per month Alia Rent Store Space off McMurdo'; lone For particulars apply WLLAMS & LAW OFFCES 333 DUCKWORTH ST DAL 2020 Or Now discharging from the SS Dashwooj a cargo of North Sydney ( (Screened and Washed) For immediate delivery 'PHONE A HARVEY & CO L HEAT HEADQUARTERS WATER STREET EAST ST WANTED for BS/OP SPE1VCER A Teacher to do subject teaching in Grades V V and V Duties begin September Applicants should give their qualificollj11 experience and forward applicationl c- THE SECRETARY Boo rd of Di rectors C E Schools ST MCHAEL'S 5-CHOOl WANTE Experienced Stenogr K[lowled sa of Dictaphone Desir Good wages guaranteed Group ance Five day week Excellent working conditions PO BOX 905 Apply in writing to MANAGER ST The Amalgamated Regional High Board Corner Brook Requires subject TEACHERS for grades Nine Ten end Eleven olo 0 Teacher for grades Nine Ten and Applicants should write stating qualificcll1 any other pertinent information to:- SECRETARY AMALGAMATED REGONAL HGH PO DRAWER 130 Towne & Country Constru Company Limited Change Of Postal Ad nterested parties should please nole all correspondence invoices etc sent to the above Company she addressed as follows: Towne & Country Constru Company Limited P O Box H190 Jlr7911 ST JOHN'S NFLD W SE joint Leem breth c OBA Lodg~s A'

19 :NT ARTMENT led) at 331 month Also )'; La ne pply HAL 2020 or ey mhed) elivery 52 - B0153 co LTD~ ~RTERS o ST ct teaching in lnd V ber : '1uolificoti:>ns lpplicatiom 10- ~RY Schooh St J ED enograph hone d Group week conditions ting to R Brook biec! ERS even al~o a Ten and g qualifications tion to:- (A Constru imited H190 NFLD - NEWS ST JOHN'S NF DA~===~~=~~------'----~---~----~' [tnsmen Boys Club ewspaper BNGO SERES No 13 TO DAY'S NUMBERS N G Help Kiddiel LOA PARADE A joint Parade under the auspices ~ Leeming and Royal Oak LodgH LOA and Rose of Sharon Royal Bick Pr~ceptory will 1al<e ~ac on SUNDAY July 12th at 215 pm A highlight of the Parade will be the altending of Divine Worship at the Drill ~all Buckmaster's Field which will be conducted by the Salvation Army All brethern of the City and of nearby lcd5~5 as well as Members of the loba and OYB Lodges are cordially invited to attend T FORGET TO (OME TO THE GARDEN PARTY AT PORTUGAL COVE THS SUNDAY AND Big Johnny Francis Dance in the Majors Path Hall rgatns! Bargains st received another shipment of godd American Army Surplus Refriger Sizes range from 8 to 12 cubic f t All going at Bargain Prices in slock Government approved LFE selling at $625 each & Airlorce Surplus Sales 149 DUCKWORTH STREET ST JOHN'S DAL 2511 FOR SALE' Residence Fu ner Yacht Club Road lang Pond Manul rnl!hed Furnace Heoted with all modern lence! Phone FOR RENT ONE 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT Situated on Squire AVlnul Rtnt $12500 Per Month PHoNE MR HAYNES AT SLVERS and KNOT HOLES He pitched hi tent because our leaky roof reminded hib of the deep woodj on a rainy layl But YOUR roof s shot _ don't delay - call us today HORWOOD LUMBER Co Ltd CTY LCENSE BUREAU - FOR SALE-StrurturaJ Steel He wants a poet's licen~e! 1 B'lm: B Beams: Angles: POSTON ChannlB: PlatH: Shartlng ftc YlrloUi s\zu Nfld SAlvage & Sales Co Ltd 11 Patrick Street: 'Phon 1709 As mar 19 lypar Wall Washing ~;;;;;;;;;;;;~;;;;;;;;~ WALL WASHNG - Wall r cleaned by new machne Results perlec:t: ul'ea paint Velvet Horn Club TO DAY CLUB OPEN 9 am to 11 pm FOOD AT TS BEST STADUM ROLLER TO-NGHT SKATNG 8 to 1030 pm Admission 60c Spectators 2Sc FR CATALOG-Contlln hundreds of businesses farms and ncome proper: tles throughout Canada Specify type and location desired Deal direct Bu!iness and Property Monthly th Ave Dept 1632C Regina Sask 1958 METEOR Fully Equipped 1958 METEOR Standard 1957 METEOR Tudor 1957 METEOR Fordor 1956 METEOR Automatic -NeV 11ethod Rug and WaU Cleaners Fre5hwater Road; 'Phone TO LET-Sulte 4 offices n 'Royal Bank Building West End deal for shipping firm or custom! broker Dial John D O Dru call Real Estale Agent jly8( f) NEAL ~S fstock MARKT AUCTON TUESDAY JULY 14th 1130 am 120 HEAD CHOCE BUTCHERS' CATTLE: ~ ANTED : 1 General Horse' Driver or Labourer Ex MS Fergus from PE1 i ERS RUfis and Carpet mad to look like new Von Schrader process adds years to afe of rugs Cleaned in home or at our plant 'Phone New Method Rug Cleaners Freshwater Road WANTED - Newfollndtan~ Coins 1c 1a65 to THE CENTRAL BARBER each; 190H2 00 each; 1885 SHOP We are now operat and S500 each; 1907 ing eight chain You Cin be to ea~h; !ured of the best possible each service plus the least pas k 1865 to 1888-'275 each: sible waiting 24 New Gower 1e each: St opp Adelaide Motors Poach; 'READY \(J lay pullets lvau able June te Oclober $250 pach; each; each n Ames n Cross and each loco 1B65 all popular breed! Wheat 1B ley's Poultry Farm Char $275 ecah; 187(J 1H lottetown PE!Bland 1885-$500 each; 1870 to _ each 2()C 1865 REAL ESTATE _ Valuator to 1880-$180 each; 1881 of city farms and outport each; propertles Over 4Q years' 1890 to each SOc experience John D O Dris 1870 to 1888-$230 each call Auctioneer and Real $200 gold Estate Agent Dial each ; each; jly8(1m) lrb '' S-S500 HARDNG'S TAX will be ~[Jd paper money-soo 1081'1nl Grand Bank Sunday pach amount We are also and Thursday; returning nlerested in old Canadian Monday and Saturday For coins and all gold coins reservatlons call 449l F at VAN HORNE SALES Ltd Grand Bank call 2142 ruin Dept 573!!ienl'ille mar~4 S ~!ontreal 34 PQ Hurry n SAVE NOW t Sell Out \t~ GO~V OF BETTER BUY USED CARS EVERYTHNG \t\~ c~ l~' FOR QUCK DSPOSAL BUCK BUCK Special Special 1955 MERCURY Tudor Automatic 1954 ' MONARCH Fordor All Our Profits To You During This' Sale Munn Motors LMTED BLACKMARSH' ROAD DAL 7008 ~ ~:'J' '1C(;' jlylo14 -_------:: SELF EMPLOYMENT on a full time or part time basis No merchandise to buy Possible earnings in the $ catagory Write lor free details Consolidate d lnd\ll tries Box 24AH Louisville FOR SALE CABN CRUSER JUANTA Built in ~ ova Scotia length 30 it OA construction keel and timber oak Canadian spruce plankin mahogany top sides HP Cris Craft Marine gas: engine now in 1957 Two 12: gallon gas tanks )!arine toilel one two burner propane gas stove Four bunks with mat resses one folding mahogany table one compa~s one dan forth anchor and rope one 8 ft pram also going with snle bont can be cnrried on cjnc' Rn e for selling owner have bought a larger boat ' ills l' \ Ul' chance to gel a jloon bo;t at a reasonahle price i Apply to J T O'BREN Real Estate A~ent and Ships ' Broker 364 DUCKWORTH STREET DAL METEOR Fordor 1953 METEOR Fordor 1955 STUDE Sports Coupe 1957 CHEV Fordor 1956 BUCK Roadmaster ELECTRONC - TECHNCANS Salaries $195 Per Week Plus Room and Board AFTER SHORT TRANNG PEROD Salaries Are Based On 54-Hour Week And Are Subiect To Canadian ncome Tax Protect Your Country and Your Future While You Gain Priceless Experience At Excellent Pay As Port of TT Service Division's Assignment in DEW LNE (Distant Early Warning System) Here are some of the most rewarding opportunities ever offered n Canadian history To work on the vast DEW LlNE (Distant Early Warning) gives you the rare chance to combine patriotism wilh high pay Sesides that you get expert training and specialized experience which can prove of tremendous value to you in the future DEW LNE is the series of Raaar Stations designed to give maximum warning of any air attack across the Arctic You'll gain invaluable concentrated experience including a special 12-week training course (Salary is $400 per month plus free room and board while in training) and continued an-the-job training To look ahead you can enloy up to 1 B month' service with a substantial bonus upon completion f you' want to better yourself n many ways if you want to do a job you can point to with pride _ contact n Servici Division right away To Qualify You Must Have At least A Technical School Diploma with 2 Years' Current Experience in The Following Fields: - Communications - UHF and VHF Transmitters & Receivers - Radar- Navigational Aids (TV-Radio Service Experience Not Acceptable) qnly Persons With The Above Experience Need Apply All Applicants Must Be Canadian 01' British Citizens Pass a Technical T t Be n Top Physical Condition Pall A Psychological Scrllning Mail Your Complete Resume To Your Local National f:mployment Servici Offic nterviews Will Be Arranged For A Later Date and Will Be Conducted By Our Representative At Yaur NES Office m Service DlvlslDn NTERNATONAL TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CORPORATON FEDERAL ELECTRC CORP ; 'j' :': ~ _: 1 1 ' ' : i! t ~ l '! 1 ' \

20 THE DALY N~WS ST_ JOHN'S NFLD FRDAY JULY 10 19S BUYNG S EASER WHEN YOU SELECT BRAND NAMES 01 ~ -!! ; HATS ARE Now Hal Price ~ ALL LADES' SUMMER HATS Regular price $350 NOW $ 75 THE LETTER FROM SPAN Frances Parkinson Keyes ' $325 A FEW QUCK ONES P G Wodehou5e 250 THE CHANS OF LOVE! Zoe Oldenbourg 500! THE ROAD TO BRGHTON PER Leslie Hunter '''' 325 A SLVER PLATED SPOON: Duke of Bedford 500 :1 THE LGHT OF COMMON DAY Diona Cooper 575 HARLEY STREET HYPNOTST Alan Mitchell 300! THE STATUS SEEKERS Gilt Edge First Grade Canadian Creamery Butter Perfection Evaporated Milk (its Perfection for Coffee) Perfection First Grade Canadian Creamery Butter Block Diamond Cheddar Cheese Sticks Wedges Rounds Si Martin's Pure English Jams and Marmalade dri Fru~ Drinks Lemon Oronge and Lime Yitacup (Wincarnis Product) Chocolale Beverage ' ALSO Limited quantity of Fancy Evaporated Fruit 12 oz packages containing Peoches Apricots Pears and Prunes TELEPHONES: QUEEN ST nvestigation Admiral Roeder _ THE ST LAWRENCE 'TROOPS AFTER Gt'ERRLL\S FALSEO:~ :isiable Manners Vance Packard 450 '--============================::: ~TRJGGLE FOR THE SEA - SEA WAY POH Mal a y a (Rcutcrs'- Dropped J housands of Commonwealth and ACCR Gila:a l:eule!'1 _Po' STR \SBOllnG F T l Hd/J '''''''''' 250 ~alayan troops Thursday closed liament Thllrd1' n1 ranee (Reut e fmnl ~)' \ ) E ' ' 'D k & C l d in on 52 Communist guerrillas prol'al to the ~ol'cl'nmcnl's ildt ers -T e ul'opean comnllsslon: t ' on h 11 man rights Thlll'sda:: e s O t 11[1in~ in th~ north Pel'~k StaT: ' for punishillg offences again1 rc dl'opred its inl'cstigntio~ of ai jungi<' O[ficldls said SX balta statc Tle bill promlcs [01' up 10 s MLLEY LTD NEW! 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