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BAGHDAD IRAQ 



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J3AGHDAD College owes a special debt of gratitude 
to God for having chosen as its Founder and first Rector a 
saintly and lovable priest, a scholar, a linguist and lover of books, 
a man of matchless courage and indefatigable energy, a lover 
of men, of animals, and of all living things, a humble man who 
chose to teach the primary classes in the new Baghdad College, 
a wise and experienced administrator. The progress which the 
College has made during the past twenty-five years shows that 
he laid the foundations of the College well. Orders from Rome 
made him a Bishop and transferred him to British Honduras 
as Vicar Apostolic. There he labored in the jungle and at his 
desk with the same tireless energy and zeal as in Baghdad, 
burning himself out for God at the early age of fifty-four. The 
Bishop Rice Memorial Building stands on the campus as an 
undying tribute to his work, but we, the graduates of 1957, 
deem it meet and just that we should also dedicate this anni- 
versary issue of Al Iraqi to the memory of Bishop William A. 
Rice, S.J. to manifest our admiration and gratitude to him and 
all his followers who contributed to the growth of Baghdad 
College during the past twenty-five years. 




MOST REV. WILLIAM A. RICE, SJ. 
1891-1946 







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17. Boarders' Dormitory, and in 1945 built 

21. Yusuf Betchi faithfully guided masons. 

22. In 1950 the Rice Memorial Science Building 








19. Fr. M>daras built another annex in 1946 and the residence 



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23. designed and built by Fr. Guay 




20. which Brother Parnoft supervised in 1949. 



24. nears completion. We have seen the erection of the Church 
in 1953. and the Cronin Building in 1934. 

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FORMER RECTORS 

REV. WILLIAM A. RICE, S.J. 1932-1939 
REV. FRANCIS R. SARJEANT, S.J. 1939-1945 
REV. EDWARD F. MADARAS, S.J. 1945-1952 



REV. FRANCIS B. SARJEANT, S.J. 





REV. J. EDWARD COFFEY, S.J. 



REV. FRANCIS W. ANDERSON, S.J. 



FORMER PRINCIPALS 

REV. J. EDWARD COFFEY, S.J. 1932-1936 
REV. FRANCIS B. SARJEANT, S.J. L936-1938 
REV. FRANCIS W. ANDERSON, S.J, 1938-1939 
REV. JOHN J. A. DEVENNY, S.J. 1939-1943 
REV. JOSEPH P. CONNELL. S.J. 1943-1953 




REV. EDWARD 1". MADARAS, S..I. 





REV. JOHN J. A. DEVENNY, S.J. 



REV. JOSEPH P. CONNELL, S.J. 








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VERY REVEREND THOMAS F. HUSSEY, S.J. 
Rector of Baghdad College 



ADMINISTRATION 





REV. LEO J. SHEA, S.J. 
Administrator 



REV. JOHN .1. WILLIAMS, S .1 
Treasurer 





REV. ROBERT J. SULLIVAN, S.J. 

Principal 



REV. THOMAS .1. KELLY, S.J. 
Assistant Principal 



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Mb. Hanna Geobge 
Secretary 



Bro. Itai.o A. Parnoff, S.J. 
Director of Maintenance 




Dr. Romeo De Souza 
School Physician 




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ABDUL-ILAH KAFIL 

A pleasant and likeable personality 
combined with the determination 
and desire to succeed, make him a 
man the class is happy to know 
and to number among their own. 

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REV. PAUL A. NASH, S.J. 



BAGHDAD 
COLLEGE 




ABDUL-RAHMAN AL-SHAIKH 

Quiet, studious, shy and retiring, but 
with talents and ideals we all envy 
and admire, he is a classmate we 
are certain will succeed in whatever 
he chooses as his life profession. 

Scientific Society 
Intramural Sports 




ADNAN AL-SHALJI 

If anyone can be said to be gifted 
with brain, personality and life, 
Adnan is the one that completely fits 
that noble description. A man who 
is an asset to any class and we can 
claim him as ours. 

Debating Society 
Scientific Society 
Intramural Sports 




1932-1957 



MR. MAHMUI) YUSUI 



SENIOR 
CLASS 




AM IN HI SAIN 

They say still waters run deep and 
if that saying is true. Amin is un- 
fathomable . . . quiet, reserved, you 
can see him walking his silent ways 
around the campus. His golf, 
lence will one day amount to a great 
treasure. 




ARA KUYUMJIAN 
A gentleman in every sense of the 
word, soft-spoken, courteous and 
kind . . . His words may be few but 
his winning smile speaks of his warm 
friendliness ... To you, Ara, the class 
wishes the best. 

Intramural Sports 




BASIL BAHXAM 

By far and wide the hand ball champ 
of the school. Add his dexterity on the 
courts to his vibrant and personable 
nature and you have a combination 
in a friend hard to beat. Best of luck. 
Basil. 

Debating Societ) . 

Sodality 

Scientific Society 

Intramural Sports 






BASIL BALIAX 

His deep, rumbling voice comes as 
a real surprise after you've watched 
his calm, composed and measured 
actions ... a fine student, conscien- 
tious worker and a man who should 
go far on the road to success. 



DIRAN MARKARIAN 

Completely undisturbed by the many 
cares that disturb the rest of us mor- 
tals . . . can frequently be seen work- 
ing off his energy at the ping-pong 
tables. May his abilities and vitality 
take him far ! 

Intramural Sports 



BAGHDAD 
COLLEGE 




EDDIE MUQHAR 

Tall, quiet, seemingly shy but has his 
own strong will and definite ideas 
on what he undertakes, be it studies 
or work. A devoted and generous 
friend, he has won the admiration of 
all of us. 




EDMUND AL-KHURI 
A clever and versatile artist with a 
suave and sophisticated personality 
to match his artistic talents. . . . plans 
a career as an architect. With his 
abilities he should attain his goal. 



Library Staff 
Debating Society 
Al Iraqi Staff 



Debating Society 
Al Iraqi St off Artist 
Scientific Society 




1932-1957 



EUGENE RAUBI'I SHEK 

His innate sincerity, fine grasp of the 
need for high scholastic endeavors 
and his warm personality, have won 
for him many a friend among us. 
To a man of his calibre and with 
his talents, the success he wants will 
come easily. 

Intramural Sports 




FARUQ. AI.-W AZIR 
An athlete who has proved his talents 
with the number of medab he has 
won every year at the track meet . . . 
does well at the books, especially 
math and plans a future along those 
lines. 



SENIOR 



Sodality 
Track 



CLASS 




FUAD TAWFIO 
A light-hearted and fun-loving young 
man with a quick, eager and inter- 
ested mind to match his joyous na- 
ture . . . can tell you the name of the 
latest songs. We will miss your lively 
spirit. Fuad. 




HAIDAR AL-HAIOARI 
A quiet sort of person with an out- 
look on life that is both intelligent 
and matured. During his stay at B.C. 
he has been an inspiration to us all. 
May the people you meet in the 
future like you as we have. Ha 



Scientific Society 
Intramurals 




IRAJ ISHAQ. 

His sincerity and friendliness rate him 
highly as a real B.C. representative. 
Every goal worth striving for receives 
his greatest effort. A man you would 
be proud to know and call a friend. 




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REV. JOSEPH G. FENNELL, S.J. 



Debating Society 

Sports - Intramnrals and Track 



BAGH DAD 



COLLEGE 





JAMIL AL-UMARAI 
For a pleasant and sociable compan- 
ion we offer none better than Jamil. 
A smile for one and all, a time to be 
serious, a time to be gay, all add up 
to a fine description of a real man. 



Debating Society 
Intramural Sports 



JAMAL SHALLAL 

A bubbling sense of humor and a 
light-hearted-manner have endeared 
Jamal to his classmates . . . played 
many a role in the school plays and 
will continue to play a role in life. 

Sodality 
Track 

Intramural Sports 
Dramatic Society 




932-1957 



MR. ELIA YAQIJB 




SENIOR 
CLASS 



JOSEPH ABW >MI 

A real gentleman in every sense of ihc 

word, a great credit to the school and 
a great asset to our class both as a 
friend and as an inspiration lo all 
who have come in contact with him. 

Debating and Dramatics 

Sodality 

,\l Iraqi Staff 

Intramural* 

Scientific Society 




KHALDUN ABDUL-BAQI 
A fascinating and delightful person- 
ality has easily made him one of the 
most popular members of the class. . . 
His talents are many and his interests 
are varied. His vitality will carry him 
far. 

Intramurals 

Debating and Dramatics 
Scientific Society 
Al Iraqi Staff 




KHALID AM W AN 
Small of stature but inspirit great. . . 
over ready with a joke despite the 
lather sombre countenance he often 
has. Liked by all who know him and 
enjoyed by all who listen to him. 
Good luck. Khalid. May success be 
yours ! 





LUTUF GHANTUS 
Hardworking, dependable and stu- 
dious are qualities that can be truth- 
fully applied to Lutuf. . . a good 
natured personality plus a will to 
win make him a cherished friend of 
all of us. 

Debating 

Scientific Society 

Library Staff 




MASSIS ALEXANDERIAN 

An amiable, talented and quick- 
witted classmate who is prepared for 
a picnic at any time . . . plenty of 
personality and uses it to its full 
extent to the joy and entertainment 
of his friends. 

Intramurals 



BAGHDAD 



COLLEGE 




MURAD MURADIAN 

Lively and spirited young man with 
a talent for the ping-pong tables and 
the handball courts . . . likes all kinds 
of popular music in his free time, 
and in class, tends towards the scien- 
ces. Good luck in the future! 

Intramurals 




MUZHIR HASAN 

Lively, witty and above all full of 
life, Muzhir has a happy and con- 
tented outlook on life and despite all 
the many pitfalls into which his spir- 
ited nature leads him, he always 
manages to come out on top. We 
will miss you! 

Debating and Dramatics 
Intramurals 




1932-1957 



NABIL BACHIR 
A thoroughly interesting and amiable 
young gentleman whose scholastic 
and intellectual endeavors are note- 
worthy. His calm, quiet manner is a 
certain sign that friends will always 
be near. 

Sodality 
Debating Society 




NAIL BASMAJI 
Versatile, individual and expressive 
sum up the personality of this loyal 
member of the Sodality and pleasant 
classmate. . . his willingness to help 
has made him many friends and his 
diligence and zeal will bring success. 

Debating Society 
Sodality (President) 
Elocution 
Intramural Sports 



SENIOR 
CLASS 




NABIL MAKKAR 
A competent, industrious and intelli- 
gent individual with a quiet and easy 
manner which in no way manifests 
the talents that he possesses and uses 
in the class room. Would that all of 
us could share some little part of his 
ability! 

Debating Society 
Scientific Society 
Intramural Sports 







NAZAD AHMAD 

The quiet, likeable lad. who makes 
a lasting impression because of his 
deep sincerity. . . Behind his reserved 
manner is a character of loyalty and 
devotion. Would that we had more 
like him! 

Intramural Sports 
v nfific Society 






REV. C. M. CROWLEY, S.J. 



NAZAR RUMANI 
His warm, laughing smile attracted 
many a friend and his abilities in 
math were often shared by those not 
as competent as himself. . . can 
often be seen in his car touring the 
city. Good luck, Nazar! 



Intramurals 



BAGHDAD 



COLLEGE 




NUZAD UTHMAN 
All the world is his stage and many 
an audience has been delighted by 
his performances in elocution con- 
tests and on the stage in dramatic 
roles. Good student, fine athlete and 
perfect all-around gentleman. Suc- 
cess to you, Nuzad ! 

Dramatics - Debating 

Intramurals 

Elocution Winner 

Basketball Team 




QAIS KARIM 

Small, lively and intent, Qais puts 
his all into everything he does — his 
studies, his work, his play . . . His 
light-hearted and gay personality 
makes him certain for success. 

Debating Society 

Sodality 

Elocution 




1932-1957 



MR. HANNA TOBIA 



SENIOR 
CLASS 




QAIS AL-SAMARRA1 

A capable and energetii young man 
ever ready for a tii k of some kind. . . 
good at the books, clever at acting 
and gay with his friends ... Can make 
a name for himself with his talents. 

Debating Society 
Dramatics 




RABI FAIQ 

A friendly and likeable personality 
has endeared him to his classmates. . . 
always ready to listen to any new 
record . . . often seen on the hand- 
ball courts and at the ping-pong- 
tables. 




SAM1 KASBARIAN 

Bright, cheerful and always gay — 

sure signs of .1 happy soul and an 
active, spirited mind ... His sense 
of humor is greatly appreciated 
by his many friends. Good luck. 
Sami. 



Intramural Sports 



Intramurals 




SAMIR AL-CHURBACHI 

His quiet and easy-going nature can 
deceive you into thinking he is the 
silent type. His friends know him to 
be a jovial and witty personality . . . 
His talents will assure him success. 





SAMIR SHAFFU 
An entertainer of the first degree, he 
can always be seen with a group near 
him enjoying his quips. . . His love 
for music is only surpassed by his 
desire to do well in studies and class- 
work. 

Intramural Sports 
Scientific Society 



BAGHDAD 
COLLEGE 




SARMAD BABAN 
Small, gay, happy young man with 
a real carefree outlook on life . . . has 
a smile for one and all and a deter- 
mination and desire to do well in his 
studies. With these combined,Sarmad 
will succeed. 




SHAMUEL ELISHA 
Diligent, reflective and determined 
to do well no matter what the out- 
come ... a cordial greeting to his 
classmates plus a fine balanced per- 
sonality make his day complete. 
Good luck, Shamuel. 

Intramurals 

Football 




STE PH AN OVANESSOFF 
This quiet, serious and energetic lad 
immediately win? the hearts of all 
who come in contact with him, a fine 
model student and gentleman par 
excellence. Will affect others as he 
has affected us and inspire them to 
goodness . . . 

Intramurals 



932-1957 




SENIOR 



M II All. \l -( H\l ABI 
Brilliant, clever and intelligent, with 
the marks of a true scholar and 
perfect gentleman . . . His pleasing 
and quiet charm have won him many 
an admirer, his many talents many 
a devotee. 

Debating Society 
Scientific S 
Intramurals 



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SURIN AZIZIAN 
Serious and quiet-minded young 
man whose warm grin hides a shy 
personality . . . his determination 
and will to succeed have carried 
him through many a storm and will 
bring him in the end to the goal he 
strives for. 



TIMATIUS BAIJ \\ 
Cheerful, clever and full of life, he 
uses all his talents to host advantage 
and achieves the success he wants. 
His interests lie in the field of the 
sciences and he hopes to continue 
studies. 




UMAR SHEMDIN 
His hearty smile and contagious 
laughter can make any man his 
friend and he has many . . . Quiet 
and diligent as a student, he is 
full of life and charm outside the 
classroom ... a popular classmate. 

Debating and Dramatics 
Scientific Society (Vice-President) 
Intramural Sports 
Basketball Team 





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BAGHDAD 
COLLEGE 




USAM ISMAIL 

A generous and popular member of 
the class with an amiable and clever 
personality which no one can fail to 
appreciate once they've met him. . . 
In free time likes to hunt. Good luck! 




USAMA RASSAM 

Enterprising, personable and lively, 
with a sense of humor and a sense 
of joviality all his own. Keeps his 
many friends always smiling and 
happy. Good luck, Usama, in your 
future studies ! 




932-1957 



REV. W. D. SHEEHAN, S. J. 



SENIOR 

CLASS 




WADHAH JAMIL 
A p ilished, suave gentleman with a 
carefree, lali-ni'-d nature that has 
won him many an admirer. 1-ikrs 
sciences especially biology and plans 
a career along the lines of medicine. 
Wc are sure you will succeed, 
Wadhah! 




WALID GHANTUS 
Quick-witted, argumentative with 
his friends but friendly and sincere 
to all . . . his determination and will 
to succeed will carry him far along 
the road to medicine. Good luck. 
Doctor ! 

Debating Society 
Scientific Society 
Intramwals 
Library Staff 




WALID HINDU 
Devoted member of the Sodality and 
clever, quick-witted personality. . . 
his dependable nature make? him a 
man to rely on and one who can do 
what he desires with the talents he 
possesses. 

itig Society 

Dramatics 
Sodality 





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WALID NANNIS 
A calm, resolute, reticent classmate 
with a warm and friendly smile for 
all who meet him ... a fine student 
and a real gentleman with a talent 
for the sciences. He hopes to continue 
studies. 





REV. S. T. GERRY, S.J. 



BAGHDAD 
COLLEGE 




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WALID AL-QUP1 

This serene, peaceful lad with a true 
sense of life's inner meaning can be 
a source of inspiration and help to 
all who come in contact with him. 
A good student and a fine friend. . . 



Debating Society 
Sodality 




YUIL SARKIS 
Often seen walking around the cam- 
pus serene, smiling and reflective... 
likes to listen to records in his free 
time . . . math is his favorite subject 
and he hopes to continue his studies... 

Scientific Society 
Debating Society 
Intramurals 




1932-1957 



MR. YUSUF HADAD 




SENIOR 



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Competent. industrious and imclli- 
gent, Zuhair has quickly won ihe 
friendship of all of us . . . his charm 
and manners indicate a well-bred 
and well-developed p raonality. A 
better friend we have not. 

Debating Society 

Elocution 

Dramatics 

lific Society 

Inlramurah- Track 



CLASS 




ZUHAIR AL-DHAHIR 

Clever, brilliant and talented are 
sure ways to sum up the personality 
of this class-leader . . . his calm, 
cheerful smile has warmed many a 
heart and won for himself many an 
admirer and friend. 




ZUHAIR rOQATLl 
His rather sombre and serious looks 
can deceive you into thinking he is 

the silent type . . . the more you 
know him the more you appreciate 
his clever personality and gift for 
conversation. 



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Rev. Edward F. Madaras, S.J. 




Fifth Row, left to right: Charles Ganja, Ghassan Musa, 
Dikran Wartkissian, Basil Jazmi, AH Jamil. 

Fourth Row : Ramzi al-Saigh, Sabah Jazrawi, Allen 
Cvoboda, Shamun Awdishu, Malcon Leon. 

Third Row: Jafar al-Sadr. Dhia Azzu, George Khuri, 
Asim Al-Basir, Khalid Naami. 

Second Row : Husam Shina, Wayil Hafidh, Wilson 
Paulus, John Malcon, Qa'is Fattah, Sabah Qasirat. 

First Row: Nasir al-Gailani, George Tobia, Fr. Madaras, 
S. J., Shihab al-QaTsi, Laith al-Astrabadi. 



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Mr. George Abbosh 




Fifth Row, left to right: Sudad al-Jaibaji, Ramzi Victor, 
Ghassan Frangul. 

Fourth Row: Hatif Hdaib, Muhannad al-Durrah, Wayil 
Kubba, Umar Hamu, Bahnam Sliwa. 

Third Row : Vahe Ashjian, Raja Subhiyya, Harith 
Rassam, Husamaddin al-Farjo, Ashraf Karrumi, Warujan 
Makardijian. 

Second Row: AM Husain, Matti Ibrahim, Voltaire Ivan, 
lyad al-Ghazali, Fa'i'z Ghazzul, Daud Sliwa. 

First Row: Adhid Dawisha, Subhi al-2uhairi, Fr. Nash, 
S. J., Ahmad Rahmatallah, Najdat al-Farisi. 



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Fifth Row, left to right: Samir Vincent, Nail Marrar. 

Fourth Row : Safa Qirma, Sabah Khayyat, Mutaz 
Shunasi, Ibrahim Hikmat, Yasir Kubba. 

Third Row: Sabah Tuminna, Amir Awji, Nasrat George, 
Namir Zainal, Nazih Muhammad, Zaki Jamil. 

Second Row: Paulus John, Yuil Yuhanna, Hadi Atiyya, 
Nabil Khurda:hi, Mawlud Elia, Basil al-Fakhri. 

First Row: Emmanuel Ishaq, Yunis Elia, Fr. LaBran, S.J. , 
Abdul-Munim Chucha, Salman Daud. 



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Mr. Sami Abdul-Razzaq 




Fifth Row, left to right: Nabil Abbosh, Sabah al-Rumani, 
Harith al-Gailani, Vikin Terminassian. 

Fourth Row: Nabil Adil, Nazaret Abazijian, Garabet 
Tabrian, Walid Khadduri, Fawzi Najib. 

Third Row: Nasir al-Farisi, Rajih Ibrahim, Nishan 
Oskanian, Philip Shamun, Hawar Ziad, Phenuel Philip. 

Second Row: Basil Naman, Sabah Thomas, Abdul-Jabbar 
Mahmud, Sami Banarji, Lutfi Talia, Muhannad Qasim, Fadi 
Abbosh. 

First Row: Samir Faraj, Akram George, Nabil Loqa, 
Fr. Sheehan, S.J., Aram Tanialian, QaTs Wuhayyib, Wisam 
al-Haimus. 



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Fifth Row, left to right: Basil Marmarchi, AM al-Chalabi, 
Arshak Tchobanian, Manuel Jurjis. 

Fourth Row: Misak Markarian, Jack Malaki, Samir Juma, 
Faruq Jawad, Riadh Abdul-Karim. 

Third Row: Shibib Halabu, Samir Yaqub, Junaid Najib, 
Adil Elias, Najah Shuniyya, Dikran Sarkissian. 

Second Row: Nabil Mustafa, Adib Rumaya, Dilawr 
Uthman, Muthanna Shanshal, Emil Salim, Lincoln John. 

First Row: Zuhair al-Mudarris, Nufail al-Qadhi, Munib 
George, Fr. Taft, S.J., Libaret Bedrossian, Luay al-Jawad, 
Usam Ashkuri. 



Rev. Robert F. Taft, S.J. 





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Mr. Nasir Taqtaq 



Mr. Adnan Rubai'i 




Fifth Row, left to right: Garabet Zulumian, Muwaffaq 
al-Chalabi, Nelson Roy. 

Fourth Row : Samir Busha, Surin Haik, Muhanna 
Al-Yawir, Vartan Jamkujian. 

Third Row: Muhammad al-Uzri, Munthar Francis, Sabah 
Butros, Adnan Jazrawi, Munthar Kubba, Adil Hanna 
Shaikh. 

Second Row: Adil Abdul-Mahdi, Nazar Makiyya, Yusuf 
Gandalov, Abdul-llah Aziza, Alexander Skenderian, Zuhair 
Qashat. 

First Row: Fawzi Habib, Sabah Muhammad, Balibani 
Ishaq, Fr. Gibbons, S.J., Sargon Dick, Vraj Harutunian, Nabil 
Kamal. 



Rev. Thomas J. Gibbons, S.J. 




Fifth Row, left to right : Zuhair Elias, Abdul-Majid 
al-Dahhan, Zuhair Turra, Wartan Garabetian. 

Fourth Row: Astur Tufunkjian, Sami Boghos, Rafi 
Sadurian, Hagop Garabet, Amad Bartaw. 

Third Row: Muwaffaq Alexander, Fakhri Burachi, Nuri 
Gharibian, Izzat Hanna, Amir Khayyat, Baba Enwia. 

Second Row: Joseph Kandarian, Sanharib William, 
Hasan al-Khudhairi, Ayman Bachir, Raad al-Umari, Ghaith 
al-Barakati, Sabah Alwan. 

First Row: Bahnam Aggula, Abdul-Majid Abdullah, 
Wagner Aprim, Fr. MacDonnell, S.J., Abdul-Karim 
Mahmud, Alexander Marianoff, Sabah al-Hasani. 



Rev. Joseph F. MacDonnell, S.J. 





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Mr. Shakir Habbubi 



Rev. Joseph P. Merrick, S.J. 




Fifth Row, left to right : Wahe Herkoyan, Badi George, 
Husam Ashkuri, Guy Giraud. 

Fourth Row: Talal Katchachi, Warujan Manuelian, Rafi 
Ghazarian, Sabah Shuniyya, Basim Abdul-AI. 

Third Row: Walid Salim, Haitham al-Rahim, Yusuf 
Calotti, Shawqi Talia, Marwan Daud, Amir al-Mawlawi. 

Second Row : Johnny Shallal, Ghassan Hasan, Qais 
Hammadi, Eailus Shamun, Alfred John, Francis John, 
Baba Shamun. 

First Row: Abdul-Hamid Abdul-Husain, Riadh Salman, 
Sami Halata, Najdat al-Kutani, Jamal Rahmani, Hraj Azadian 



Rev. Stanley R. Marrow, S.J. 




Rev. Charles W. Mahan, S.J. 




Fifth Row, left to right: Nadim Naumi, Yushia Qablanu, 
Najat Qadir, Fikrat al-Khuri, Orhan Yaldrim, Hrand 
Shamilian, Skender Kadikian. 

Fourth Row : Sabah Baqilian, Su'dad Stephan, Daud 
Leon, Rafil Abbas, Saad Abdullah. 

Third Row: Mukhlis Hassu, Fuad al-Quraishi, Nabil 
Habba, Boghos Boghossian, Nabil Ahmad, Shawqi Hanna 
Shaikh. 

Second Row: Rafid Jaddu, Zuhair Yaldu, Baha Zara, 
Muwaffaq Sittu, Shlaimun Talia, Atif Nasrat, Adnan Fadhil. 

First Row: Jalal ji bra.il, Samir Qattan, Basim al-Umar, 
Fr. Mahan, S.J., Tahir Bazirgan, Bailus Yuil, Usam Jurjis. 



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Top: Jamal Mairi. 

Fifth Row, left to right: Sabah Hanna Shaikh, Hikmat 
Dikran, James Nicola, Qais Cotta, Bassam Khuri. 

Fourth Row : Abdul-Muhsin al-Chalabi, Michael 
Mamarian, Abid Rammu, Usam Zayyuna, Amad al-Yawir, 
Miqdam al-Amir. 

Third Row: Ghali Tallu, Nazih Hindi, Nadim Peter. 
Kamal Dinkha, Hilal Dhahir, Romel Yaqu. 

Second Row: Zuhair Hanna, Sabah Mahmud, Nadim 
Kaina, Nabil Yusuf Francis, Dhafir Anwar, Najah Akkam, 
Zaid al-Astrabadi. 

First Row: Ihsan al-Sharqi, Majid Attisha, Ughuz Umar 
AM, Fr. Pelletier, S.J., Mahmud Nuraddin, Basil Kattula, 
lyad al-Nasiri. 



Rev. Walter R. Pelletier, S.J. 








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Fifth Row, left to right: Edward Ohanossian, Fahmi 
Fadhil, Walid Kamil. 

Fourth Row: Mumtaz Burachi, Farqad al-Salman,]vanhoe 
Phoenix, Yaqub Shuniyya, George Krikorian, Qutaiba 
Aqrawi. 

Third Row: Muwaffaq al-Simani, Maan Hamid, Zuhair 
Daud, Maan al-Bachari, Popkin Bustanian, Faruq Hanna. 

Second Row: Abdul-Majid Ismail, Nabil Ibrahim, Samir 
Hanna, Amad al-Bir, Sardun Hermes, Jalal Halata, Hazim 
Bakki. 

First Row: Mahir Nuraddin, Haitham Muhammad AM, 
Sabah al-Qupi, Fr. Morgan, S.J., Harvey Parhad, Sami Ishaq, 
Nabil Majid. 



Rev. James F. Morgan, S.J. 





Mr. Jasim al-Abudi 



Mr. Yusuf Elias Axtun 



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2D 




Fifth Row, left to right: Edward Roy, Shamuel Yusuf, 
Roger Pahlawan, Abbas al-Jamali, Hasan Shairuzr. 

Fourth Row: Albert Sitrakian, Mudhaffar Hassu, Khalid 
Makiyya, Wayil Hindu, Shamun Yaqu, Riadh Ihsan. 

Third Row: Munthar Naman, Muwaffaq Edward, Adnan 
Shubbar, Antwan Khawwam, Fuad Faddu, John Edwin. 

Second Row : Shafiq Ibrahim, Muhannad Abul-Jabbar, 
Ibrahim Ismail, Rustam Tufunkjian, Nasrat Yusuf, Narses 
Anserlian, Hilal Simhairi. 

First Row: Mustafa Ali Ghalib, Borik George, Joseph 
Bahoshy, Fr. Gloster, S.J., Hazim al-Suhail, Qaradagh Jibrail, 
Sabah Harutunian. 



Rev. George F. Gloster, S.J. 




Rev. Frederick G. McLeod, S.J. 



Fifth Row, left to right: Sabah Dikran, Walid al-Badr, 
Qais Asmar, Usam Aziz, Yarchanik Minasakanian. 

Fourth Row : Sabah Mansur, Ishkhan Khajadurian, 
Wilson Israil, Fai'q Killu, Nabil Thwaini, Hairabet 
Shahuwian. 

Third Row : Sami Andrea, Robert Farra, Thamir 
Qadduri, Saad Shwailiyya, Nabil Yaqubi, Hassun 
al-Musawi, Husain ai-Dilaimi. 

Second Row: Yukhanna Baba, Wayil Abbas, Harith 
al-Ajil, Sabah Tonietti, Sattar Nur AM, Faiz Tawfiq, Ghali 
al-Barakati, Sabih al-Hilli. 

First Row: Musa Yusuf, Nabil Yusuf Faraj", Faris Simhairi, 
Fr. McLeod, S.J., Abdul-Latif al-Qai'si, Nabil al-Nawwab, 
Freddie Johnny. 





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2F 



Mr. Alfred Nasri 



Mr. Ardul-Qadir Hasan 




Fifth Row, left to right: Tariq Salbi, Basil Akram. 

Fourth Row: Nazar Hindu, Sami Yaffi, Zuhair Yusuf, 
Amir Mairi, Farid Bahjat, Mahmud Adil, Walid Daud. 

Third Row: Sauru Athnail, August Curtin, Haitham 
Ajina, Fatthalah Hazzu, Anthony Peters, Edmund Stephan, 
Wajih al-Shaikh, Hanna Miraziz. 




Rev. Donald F. McHugh, S.J. 



Second Row: Adnan Bahnam, Basil Shaina, Talal al-Nai'b, 
Jalal Saur, Hushiar Jayawuk, Namir Subhiyya, Aram 
Kivorkian. 

First Row : Yusuf Obaida, Abid Shisha, Riadh 
al-Samarrai, Fr. McHugh, S.J., Hamid Khammas, Ramzi 
Hattab, Muayyad Qaddu. 




Top: Jack George. 

Fourth Row, left to right: Nabil George, Adil Shuniyya, 
Luay al-Awqati, Waskin Asadurian, Sabah Said, Amir Rajib, 
Nuri Yusuf. 

Third Row: Ghazwan Faraj, Rashad Oufi, Muhammad 
al-Mufti, Abdul-Masih Dinha, Adil Abdullah, Ara 
Qantarjian, Dhafir Salbi, Hazim Atiyya. 

Second Row: Riadh al-Khalisi, Mazin al-Naqib, Fakhri 
Mikhail, Mushtaq Zanbaqa, Arif Magdisi, Sami Shuniyya, 
Vahram Kumberian, Salah Mahdi Salih. 

First Row: Sarmad Mahmud, Samir MaTzi, Basim Hanna 
Shaikh, Nijad Ibrahim, Fr. Walsh, S.J., Nabil Mammu, Sarkis 
Benjamin, Jamal Daiza, Suhail Yusuf. 



Rev. James P. Walsh, S.J. 





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Fifth Row, left to right: Benjamin Yaqub, Antwan 
Karrumi, Mahmud al-Naama. 

Fourth Row: Wilson Benjamin. Saad Ubaid, Sanharib 
Mushayil, Khalil Ibrahim, Ishaq Samuel, Nabil Shaffu. 

Third Row : George Skender, Husain Afnan, Sami al-Qas 
Elias, Laith al-Khudhairi, Garabet Karakilian, Lutfik 
Kuyumjian, Rushdi Muhammad. 

Second Row: Ahmad al-Chalabi, Ghazi Allawi, Sabah 
Rauf, Muwaffaq Zakaria, Hassan al-Fakhri, Elias Ibrahim, 
Amir Yusuf, Walid Faidhi, Talal al-Khudhairi. 

First Row: Riadh Sadiq, John Maqsud Adnan al-Najafi, 
Fr. McCarthy, S.J., Abdul-llah Mukhlis, Berj Minasakanian, 
Sukrat Apostalidis. 



Rev. Michael J. McCarthy, S.J. 




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Rev. Edward J. Banks, S.J. 




Fifth Row, left to right : Basil George, Yarwant 
Malconian, Donald Kurmi, Shamuel Ishaia, Warant 
Gharibian. 

Fourth Row: Mani al-Sadun, Hagop Zaduian, Hadir 
al-Farisi, Muwaffaq Killu, Ibrahim Aril. 

Third Row: Riadh Philip, AM al-Haidari, Yazan Nashat, 
Nimat Hanna, Raad Yahya, Johnny Lawrence. 

Second Row: Ad il Malak, Khalil Sagman, Faiz al-Gailani, 
Sami Naman, Abdul-Haq al-Ani, Abdul-llah Ephram, Fikrat 
Butros, Saad Abbas. 

First Row: Mahdi al-Bassam, Riadh George, Robert 
John, Fr. Banks, S.J., Nubar Jananian, Fuad Daud, Daud 
Salman. 



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Mr. Hammadi al-Alawj 




Fifth Row, left to right: Zuhrab Ghazarian, Sirbest 
Qazzaz, Hikmat Basmaji, Luay al-Qazwini, Sami Banna. 

Fourth Row: Sabah Wazir, Nabil Mahdi, Muayyad Kamil, 
Yazan al-Naib, Muwaffaq Thomas, Ara Gharibian. 

Third Row : Hagop Yasayan, Qa'is Hanna, Wahe 
Hovsipian, Samir Samuel, Salah Mahdi Sandal, Wisam 
Erimia, Nabil Antwan. 

Second Row ; Faris Yusuf, Basil Albert, Adil Wadi, 
Francis Royal, Dhia Hermes, Majid Izzat. 

First Row: Sabah Abdul-Jabbar, Mahir Nadhim, Suhail 
Hafidh, Fr. Loeffler, S.J., Salar Ghafur, Sufian al-Shawwaf, 
Shawqi Yusuf. 



Rev. Charles M. Loeffler, S.J. 



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Fifth Row, left to right : Frederick Edward, Albert 
Kutunian, Najah al-Suhail, Ashur Emmanuel, Salman Daud. 

Fourth Row: Boghos Dramirian, Edward Awijian, Amad 
Allawi, Ghassan Ata, Himyar al-Shalan, Nidham Ashkuri. 

Third Row: Tariq al-Atiyya, Khatchik Kivork, Shihab 
al-Awqati, Muwaffaq Thwaini, Muhammad Husain, Daud 
Savdanian, Amir Ata. 

Second Row : Ihsan Mikhail, Raziq Lutfi, Wasif 
Shammami, Namiq Hazim, Salah al-Sai'gh, Nabil Umar 
Ali, Adil Yusuf, Sabah Hanna. 

First Row: Nazar Hamdun, Berj Dimirjian, Mazin Aziz, 
Fr. Cardoni, S.J., Edmund Daud, Nabil Constantine, Samir 
Nairn. 



Rev. Albekt A. Cardoni, S.J. 





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Mr. Dahham al Kayyal 



Mr. Mikhail Naum 




Fifth Row, left to r/'ght:Nazar al-Quraishi, Nazar Abdul- 
Jabbar, Hagop Jakalian, Abdul-Qadir al-Gailani. 

Fourth Row: Hashim Abdul-Mahdi, Awadis Rushanian, 
Basil al-Qaisi, Matti Wadi, Sinan Hasan, Fadhil Abbas. 

Third Row; Faisal Fattah, Talib al-Tamimi, Sami Marini' 
Yusuf Skender, Armin Markarian, Alfred George. 

Second Row: Muwaffaq Abdul-Rahman, Dhia Wadi, 
Riadh Yusuf, Alyazar Yaqub, Sargon Gundalov, Saad 
al-Baghdadi, Usam KhaVri, Khalil al-Shakarji. 

First Row: Muhammad al-TaT, Nabil Yaqub, Munthar 
Elias, Fr. Belcher, S.J., Luay al-Sai'di, AdaT Hatam, George 
William. 



Rev. Francis H. Belcher, S.J. 




Rkv. Joseph D. Quinn, S.J. 




Fifth Row, left to right: Safa Ashkuri, Sabah al-Bazi, 
Mazin al-Mudarris, Sami Raymond, Ibrahim al-Jasim. 

Fourth Row: Muhsin al-Dahwi, Sabah Khudhur, Asim 
Hanna, Fuad Fattuhi, Saman Baban, Michael Alexander. 

Third Row: Shukri Hanna Shaikh, Mutaz al-Jamil, 
Emmanuel Ishaq, Husain al-Sarraj, Walid al-Qaisi, 
Sulaiman Zainal, Samir Victor. 

Second Row:Duraid Khayyat, Sai'd Ismail, Suhail Bad ran, 
Riadh Hikari, Majid Daiza, Suhail Sai'd, Wilson Pira. 

First Row: Usmat Najdat, Elias Nasif, Zahir Abbosh, 
Fr. Quinn, S.J., Khaldun Daud, Ali al-Sadr, Qai's Salih. 



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Mr. Abdulahad Siman George 




Fifth Row, left to right: Sulak Askijian, Nuri al-Sai'di. 
Ghazi Shamun, Saadun Na'aTmi, Sinan al-Shabandar. 

Fourth Row: Varujan Margussian, FaTq al-Qazwini, 
Shwan al-Chalabi, Sami Butros, lyad Allawi, Nabrl Kami I. 

Third Row: Ramzi George, Harb al-Umari, Wasim 
al-Churbachi, Nabil Barsum, Mumtaz al-Sinjaqli, Usam 
Ahmad. 

Second Row: Amir Nasir, Munib al-Shaikh, Skender 
Malcontan, Mazin al-Samarrai, Sabah Stephan, Hagop 
Boghossian, Emmanuel Francis. 

First Row : Samir Shaul, Laith al-Shaikh Qadir, 
Muhammad Husain al-Rufay'i, Fr. Doherty, S.J., 
Frederick Sarkis, Jalal Ohan, Adil Azzu. 



Rev. Robert G. Doherty, S.J. 



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Looking back on the twenty-five years of Bagh- 
dad College's life, we can distinguish clearly the stag- 
es of continuous growth — like the yearly rings of 
a tree — from a small school in cramped, rented 
quarters off Rashid Street, to a great college with 
numerous buildings on a beautiful, well-kept, sub- 
urban campus in Sulaikh. But the growth of our 
school is measured by more than increased enrol- 
ments and new buildings. To the remarkable mate- 
rial progress of Baghdad College must be added the 
numerous activities, athletic and scholastic, that have 
been included in our school program as guides 
for the varied interests of our ever-expanding stu- 
dent body. 

Hence we must note that more than one anniver- 
sary is being celebrated at Baghdad College this 
year. The 1947 Al-Iraqi has this to say about the 
Chrysostom Debating Society : 

"In the course of the past year, the first debat- 
ing society of Baghdad College was organized, with 
Fr. Sullivan as moderator... In a preliminary meet- 
ing the aims of the society were set forth, and a 
program was outlined whereby the members might 
work towards the achievement of the aims. The 
Chrysostom Debating Society endeavors to improve 




CHRYSOSTOM 




each member's power of expression and to afford 
him fundamental training in public speaking. It 
strives to familiarize its members with the apt rea- 
son, the cogent reply, the forceful attack, the logical 
conclusion. Moreover, it tries to inculcate, through 
its meetings, the principles and practices of parlia- 
mentary law... The enthusiastic response of the 
members and their wholehearted cooperation in the 
activities of the society this first year of its existence 
assure a bright future for this organization. We feel 
privileged to have been allowed to assist in its for- 
mation, and it is our confident hope that the Chry- 
sostom Debating Society will produce the eloquent 
orators of our country's future". 

In the accompanying picture of the new society's 
first members we find at least two familiar faces : 
Fr. Marrow's and Mr. Hanna George's. The latter 
had the honor of being the society's first president. 

A cursory reading of the succeeding issues of the 
Al-Iraqi is sufficient to remove any doubt about the 
fulfillment of that hope expressed in 1947. In the fol- 
lowing year the first prize debate was held, and its 
evident success assured its continuance as an annual 
event in the school activities program, and the min- 



DEBATING SOCIETY 



utes of the bimonthly debates preserved in the 
society's files give clear proof that these debates on 
social and educational problems both timely and 
controversial have provided many hours of enjoyment 
and profit to Iraq's future leaders, under the able 
guidance of Frs. Sullivan, Devenny, R. McCarthy, 
Madaras, LaBran, and Taft, successive Moderators 
since 1947. 

The tenth year of our society's history was no 
less successful than previous years, and debates were 
argued with a vigor that would have pleased the 
society's past moderators, officers, and members. 
A short meeting on October fifth served to enroll the 
new members and gave Fr. Taft, our new Moderator, 
an opportunity to speak on the society's aims and 
offer some suggestions for the writing of speeches. 
During the year, almost all of the twenty-eight mem- 
bers of the society had an opportunity to present their 
views in a formal speech, and all of the debates were 
made more humorous and lively by the informal 
discussions and ex-corona remarks heard at the end 
of each debate. Meetings were run in good order and 
according to parliamentary procedure, thanks to the 
efficiency and discretion of President Khaldun Abdul 
Baqi, Vice-President Joseph Abbosh, Secretary Walid 
Hindu, and Sergeant-at-Arms Mutaz Shunashi, and 
everyone profited by the restraint necessarily imposed 
by the rules of a formal and disciplined society. 

The prize debate is scheduled for April 27. 
Nuzad Uthman, Zuhair al-Dhahir and Nail Basmaji 
will defend the affirmative while Joseph Abbosh, 
Qais al-Samarrai and Umar Shemdin will argue the 
negative of the resolution, "That the United Nations 
be revised now into a federal world government". 




MASS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT 





At the opening of the scholastic year Monsignor Gabriel Ganni assisted by Qass Movses Kuriakos cele- 
brated the Mass of The Holy Spirit and preached. 



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AL IRAOI 

STAFF 



LITERATURE AND ART 
Left to Right : Fr. Doherty, Zuhair al-Dhahir, Fr. McCarthy, Joseph Abbosh, 
Stephan Ovanessoff, Adnan al-Shalji. 



The groups posing here have tried to publish 
an issue of Al Iraqi which would reflect the life of 
the school now and for the past twenty-five years. 
Fr. Doherty directed the arrangement of the grad- 
uate and athletic sections besides urging com- 
pliance with the demands of art. The literary edi- 
tors wrote biographies and historical articles. Fr. 
Belcher and the business editors financed the issue 
by persuading patrons, contributors and advertisers 
to assume a very large part of the cost of printing. 
We hope we have pleased you. 



BUSINESS 
Left lo Right : 
U'alid Ghantus. Khaldun Abdul-Baqi. Fr. Belcher. Wayil Kubba. 






Candidates for the Sanctuary Society must be 
alert, neat, and intelligent to meet the exacting stand- 
ards which the Moderator, Fr. McHugh, insists 
upon. Once accepted as full fledged members the 
boys are eligible for the privilege of serving daily 
mass and assisting at the solemn liturgical functions 
in the Chapel of the Sacred Heart. 



COLLECTORS FOR POOR 




How would you feel if some one handed you 
I.D. 500 and told you to spend it as you wished? 
Undoubtedly, you would be more than happy. Even 
the thought of spending this money would bring 
contentment and happiness. This special delight we 
give to the Poor of Baghdad and to the poor people 
in mission countries. Each year we collect about this 
much money and at Christmas time we distribute it 
to the Poor of the city and to the .Missions. 

This money did not multiply by itself. Week 



by week it was diligently collected from the spending 
money of the boys of Baghdad College. On this page 
you see the two groups of boys who were responsible 
for extracting this money from the owners and build- 
ing up this generous donation which we annually 
offer to the Poor and the Missions. 

VCe take this occasion to salute their tremendous 
efforts and trust that the example the g . _xiay 
may stay with them and with all the boys of Baghdad 
College — namely, never forget the Poor and the 
Missions. 



COLLECTORS FOR MISSIONS 





APOSTLESHIP 
OF PRAYER 

KNIGHTS CAPTAINS 

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BLESSED SACRAMENT SACRED HEART LEAGUE 



The Moderator of the Apostleship of Prayer was Fr. Morgan. The 
following bo}"s in the graduating class received a Promoters' Diplo- 
ma in the Apostleship of Prayer: Nabil Bachir, Walid Nannis, 
Basil Balian, Timatius Baijan, Jamal Shallaljoseph Abbosh, Qais Ka- 
rim, Walid al-Qupi and Nail Basmaji. 

The League of the Sacred Heart and the Knights of the Blessed 
Sacrament have been active spiritual organizations at Baghdad Col- 
lege for several years. This year they were formally united as the Pro- 
moters' Section of the worldwide Apostleship of Prayer. 

The Apostleship of Prayer aims at enlisting every Catholic 
to live a life of daily prayer and sacrifice in union with the Sacred 
Heart of Jesus and for His intentions. The one essential practice 
demanded of each member is the daily "Morning Offering" of 
self. More than 250 boys in Baghdad College enrolled this year in 
the organization. 

Boys who wanted to carry out the further practices, showing 
greater devotion to the Holy Eucharist and to Our Blessed Mother, 
enrolled as Knights of the Blessed Sacrament or as Captains of the 
Sacred Heart League. The Knights and the Captains met on 
alternate Mondays in the Sodality Chapel. More than 50 boys in 
each group were in regular attendance at these meetings. Both groups 
were active in introducing the Apostleship of Prayer to their fam- 
ilies and friends. In the coming months they hope to spread 
this "perfect devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus" among more 
Catholic families of Baghdad. 





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The Boarding School was opened ir 
September 1938 by Rev. Fr. William A.Rice 
S.J., the founder of the College. Fr. Lee 
Shea, the first Prefect of Boarders, installec 
the twenty-three original boarders in the ole 
house on the river in Sulaikh, where the} 
were remarkably content with accommoda- 
tions that would be considered very primitive 
today. Fr. Shea established the regime anc 
traditions that have been successfully fol- 
lowed up to the present time. Fr. Clemen' 
Armitage succeeded Fr. Shea as prefect 
and was succeeded in turn by Fr. Charles W 
Mahan, who has held the position from 194] 
until the present, though Fr. Michael J 
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vacation in 1946-1947. Fr. Francis B. Sarjcant 
erected a modern dormitory building to house 
the boarders and most of the Fathers, soon after 
he became Rector. The boarders occupied this 
building in 1939. 

As enrolment increased it became necessary to 
separate Senior and Junior Boarders. For some years 
the Seniors lived in various private dwellings rented 
in the neighborhood and were supervised successively 
by Frs. William Shcchan, Robert Sullivan, and Sidney 
MacNcil. In 1949 a new dormitory was erected for 
the Senior Boarders and some of the faculty, but 
numbers continued to increase and in 1953 the main 
Faculty Residence was moved to the Seniors' Dor- 
mitory opposite the church, while the Seniors were 
fitted into the quarters vacated by the Faculty in the 
Junior Dormitory. Both Seniors and Juniors are now 
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SECONDARY BASKETBALL CHAMPS 

Here is the roll call of the Victors : 
Nuzad Uthman — our giant rebounder and versatile center. 

Samir Vincent — our far-reaching;, high-scoring forward. 
Ibrahim Hikmat — our play-making center and jump-shot wizard. 
Wayil Kubba — our "jack of all trades" at center guard or 
forward. 



Sudad al-Jaibaji 
Umar Shemdin 
Malcon Leon 



our unbeatable guards, three "towers of 
strength." 



Muhammad al-Durrah ( our fast-breaking forwards who never 
Yasir Kubba f were stopped. 

Walid Khadduri — our faithful, energetic manager. 



Here are their Triumphs : 

Ibrahim's second-half shooting against Sharkiya — Nuzad and 
Sudad expertly clearing the defensive boards — Samir's 23 points 
to down Jaffariya — a smashing 72-18 win over Primary Teach- 
ers, with Muhannad, Yasir and Wayil combining for 32 points; 
Nuzad's first game at center netting 16 more points — Ulnar's 
great battle with Salman insuring the victory — Sudad's two 
long set-shots at the start of the Cup Game — Samir's 16 big 
points and Ibrahim's passing — the stalwart defence that let 
Commercial take only 9 points in the whole second half — 
the wonderful team-play and spirit that brought us the Cup of 
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Iraj Ishaq 

E. Raubitshck 

B. D. Sarkissian 
Hadi Atiyya 
Harith Rassam 

C. Shamun Yaqu 
Bassam Khuri 

Basim Abdul-Al 



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2. Umar Shemdin 

3. Nail Marrar 



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Faruq al-Wazir 
Umar Shemdin 

B. Surin Haik 
Jack Malaki 
Nuri Gharibian 

C. Wilson Israil 

Phenuel Philip 
Bassam Khuri 

D. Sami Butros 
Nuri Yusuf 
Sufian Shawwaf 



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A. Basil Jazmi 
Faruq al-Wazir 
Iraj Ishaq 

B. Jack Malaki 
Jamal Shallal 
Adhid Dawisha 

C. Shamun Yaqu 
M. Alexander 
August Curtin 

D. Nuri Yusuf 

L. al-Khudhairi 
Muwaffaq Sittu 



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1. Adil A-Mahdi 

2. Joseph Abbosh 

3. Qais Wuhayyib 



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1. Ibrahim Hikmat 

2. Hadi Atiyya 

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2. Basil Akram 

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Wayil Kubba 
Walid Kamil 

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Nail Basmaj' 
Manuel Jurjis 
Surin Haik 

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Y. Minasakanian 
Phenuel Philip 

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It was one of those hot, lazy afternoons in mid- 
July. As I sat on my bed day-dreaming, disgusted 
with the heat, with the long dragging summer days 
and tired above all with my own presence, I longed 
for a change. Any kind of a new, different-from-the- 
ordinary happening would add new vigor to my life 
and help me get rid of this web of inactivity that was 
being spun about me. All sorts of imaginative and 
beautiful places to visit came into my head. I could 
see myself mixing with interesting groups of strange 
people, enjoying myself to the utmost speaking in so 
many foreign languages. Oh for just a small, small, 
little bit of a change ! Again I lapsed into reverie. 

Fairy lands stretched before me, peaceful and 
serene. Not a sound was stirring except the gentle 
rustle of tall, cool, palm trees. Too quiet for my active 
nature, I mused. Africa with its exotic kind of life, 
strange beautiful and hot. Oh for a chance to play 
towlee with a baboon! Not for me, I thought, that 
would be too much of a change. What about Alaska? 
The shimmering ice, the hard-packed snow to cool 



my fevered brow? The place enchanted me. But the 
moment passed when I realized how ridiculous I 
would look all wrapped up in fur skins, hardly able 
to move an eyelid. Brazil, Australia, Siam, the Is- 
lands of the Pacific, the hills of Greece, — one by one 
filled my imaginative brain and alas were eradicated 
with as much speed as they had entered there. I 
slowly rolled over. Suddenly I sprung up from the 
bed. I had another thought. What about Europe? 
Yes, that's the place that would cure me for sure. I 
determined to go. 

To go or not to go, was the question. In my own 
mind, I had answered the question affirmatively. But 
the family was the big obstacle to having my own way 
in the matter. So, to the family I must present my 
problem. I did. 

With my courage, hope and youthful ambitions 
behind me, I strode to the living room where the 
family was gathered. What was I going to say ? They'd 
never listen to my plea to get away just because of the 
heat. I stopped for a minute or two and then I had 



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the brightest idea of my life. My old skin disease was 
bothering me again. It really was. It was an agonizing 
torment and the heat made it worse, day by day. I 
waltzed before my mother and presented my case, 
exposing in a fearful fashion the dire nature of my 
disease. 

It worked. Mother, wise and kind as she is, 
consented. To tell you the truth, I think she saw 
through the story to its real foundation, and with a 
smile playing on her lips, she told me that I could 
take a small trip to Europe to cure, as she said, "this 
malignant disease you have become attached to". I 
ran out of the room, overcome with my new disease 
of course, but at the same time overjoyed that my 
dream would become a reality at last. 

I arranged for all my trip in advance. I had 
enough time to do a little planning and a little saving. 
At last the day of departure arrived. Feverish with 
the delight of getting away, at the airport I almost 
forgot to say "goodbye" to my friends that had come 
to see me off. I climbed aboard the plane and looked 
forward to my much needed rest. Having a disease 
is not the most pleasant thing in life. One should take 
care of it the best one can. If one has enough money, 
I suggest that a trip like the one I had will do the 
trick. 

Istanbul was the first stop. It was a real model 
eastern city, full of the wonder of the East, with its 
markets, mosques, strange and fascinating architec- 
ture. The palaces of the glorious sultans filled me 
with awe as I thought of the days gone by and how 
much history and glory this added to Turkey. Then 
next, to Greece and the serene majesty that that place 
has to offer can best be described as "most health 
restoring". Rome, the eternal city, charming, with 
its own living personality. The beauty of the build- 
ings, the power of its churches, the paintings, the 
stone work, all filled me with the most profound 
silence. Then to Paris, the city of Romance. The 
cool, crisp evenings spent at side walk cafes will 
always be for me a sweet remembrance. Old Paris, 
new Paris, I lived through them all over again. Watch- 
ing the people moving, running, talking, buying, 
singing and playing gave me the cure I had come to 
get. My disease was beginning to get its proper cure, 
I was almost certain. It pained me less and less as 
the short days flew by. 



from Paris, I was to fly to Vienna. Ther. 
the "health resort of health resort*". So, I was off to 
get my cure as so many thousands had before mc. 
I was anxious to see more placcs,spcak to more people 
and do more wonderful, new and interesting things. 
In the excitement of customs, police checks, ticket 
buying, and all that sort of thing, I got on the plane 
and settled myself down, contented that I had man- 
aged pretty well for a beginner. It was a pleasant 
life, I thought. I waited for the take-off with impa- 
tience. One of the airplane officers entered and 
asked, " Is there anyone here for Vienna? " 
I thought he said, "This plane is for Vienna and will 
leave soon". I felt happy that I had been correct in 
choosing this plane. Three minutes later, the same 
man returned and repeated his question. However, 
this time he looked a bit angry. "Is... anyone... on... 
this... plane... going... to... Vienna...? "Why, yes" I 
said. "I am". "Get off this plane then, sir, this plane is 
bound for Brazil." I stumbled, red-faced out of the 
plane and wished that I was in Brazil at the moment 
myself. I caught the echo of the laughter of the other 
passengers as I made my way from the Brazil-bound 
Buzzard. 

Vienna at last. Here then I could finally rest 
and get my cure. As a matter of fact, I hadn't thought 
of the disease much, but after all, so many new things 
had come into my small head that you couldn't blame 
me. For two weeks, or was it three, maybe four, well 
anyway after a frightfully short but most enjoyable 
stay there I was forced to leave. A letter from home 
summoned me back to the hearth. 

My little vacation had taken more time than 
Mother had bargained for and I was to return im- 
mediately, the disease not fully cured. But that is 
life. No disease is ever really totally taken care of 
and mine, I thought, needed more time and rest. 
But... as I circled over Baghdad, looking down on 
the Tigris, yellowish brown in the midday sun. my 
heart felt a little weak. After all this was my home 
and my loved ones were here. There's no greater 
cure for me than to see my friends and family again 
and so I was on top of the world. I had my vacation 
and now I would have my family and friends receive 
me with open arms. It was good to be home again. 
My skin disease was cured ! 



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OAIS KARIM 



I had had a desire to study French since the end 
of my first year at Baghdad College. But circum- 
stances and certain obstacles stood in the way of my 
ambition. When I finished intermediate school I 
spoke of this to a priest who was a friend of my family, 
or rather, a special friend of mine. He had been my 
Religion teacher in primary school. Fr. Louis Mar- 
mardji, for that was his name, loved me as tenderly 
as a father loves his son. I asked him to teach me 
French. He had an excellent knowledge of the lan- 
guage. He was happy to hear me ask this, since he 
knew the value of studying a new language. The 
study of a new language is like creation, it makes a 
new man. This is especially true of French, which is 
so renowned, so steeped in tradition and culture. It 
is a language known by most educated people in the 
world. 

The Father did not answer me immediately. He 
paused and pondered a while, then said, "Dear Qais, 
I am deeply sorry. I am thinking of going to Lebanon 
and so I can not teach you French this year". 

I was very much disappointed, but I hid my 
feelings behind a mirthless smile. "Alright, Father", 
I said, "I will study next year, if God wills". 

In carrying out his own plans the good Father 
was beset by many strange obstacles of which he 
never would have dreamt. In the end, he neither 
travelled nor taught me. 

The school year passed and vacation was once 
more upon us. One night the priest came to visit us. 
During the conversation on a variety of subjects, he 
remarked, "Qais, let us set a day for the beginning 
of our course". It came about as suddenly as that. 
I started the usual way with the Alphabet and went 
on to more difficult reading and grammar. I found 
the first lessons easy, but they became gradually 
harder. 

In French there are many words that have the 
same meaning as in English, and even look the same, 



in particular, the words that end in tion. The moment 
I met such words I would immediately say, "Father, 
this French word was derived from the English". 

At once he would smilingly answer, "No, no. 
Not at all. It was exactly the other way around. In 
fact, the true origin was a Latin word". In this way 
we would enter into a deep discussion of word fami- 
lies. Then the lesson would end. I had learned more 
than a few French words. 

After nearly three months of study, I began to 
speak a little French, in addition to reading and 
writing. How happy I was with my notebook, quite 
large it was, filled with French words and expressions 
which I had mastered. I realized the advantages more 
fully, when once I saw a French lady wandering 
through Church Street. She showed evident signs of 
being lost. She needed help. I approached her and 
asked, in French of course, "Can I be of help to 
you?" 

"I want to go to the Latin Church", she replied 
with a faint smile. 

"Alright, Madam, don't worry! Follow me!", I 
replied. I led her along the winding street to the 
church. She entered with words of thanks dropping 
in abundance from her lips. You can imagine, per- 
haps, my pride in having put to use my little know- 
ledge of French. 

Dear readers, after you read this little account 
of my humble attempts at learning a new language, 
let me recommend to you all a similar attempt. You 
can surely find the time and it will make your free 
time more frutiful. All your efforts will be well repaid. 
You will know a new language by means of which 
a whole new and different world of culture and liter- 
ature will be yours, through which you can make 
many new friends, by means of which you may 
be of help to someone in need. It is surely all 
worthwhile. 



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BY 



TIM AT I IS B A I.J AX JACOB 



"What is your principal hobby?", I was asked 
one day. 

"I have many hobbies", I answered, "but the 
primary one is collecting stamps". 

"Very good!" my friend said. "I didn't know- 
that you had such an interesting hobby as that". 



statement in many different ways, and I am going to 
mention some of them. 

There are big clubs that are spread and scattered 
all over the world, like the Stanley Gibbons Club and 
the B.P.C.C., to mention only two of many. Most of 
the English, American and Arabic magazines contain 
names of men and women, boys and girls, all both 




"Thank you very much for the compliment", 
I ended while I offered my hand to say goodby to him. 

With this short conversation that took place last 
Sunday, I begin my essay. Everybody in the world 
has an interest, or some kind of hobby, and many 
people are interested in stamps. We can prove this 



white and colored throughout the world, asking other 
collectors to cooperate with them in collecting stamps, 
and by doing so to use their spare time in this inter- 
esting manner. An example of this is the magazine. 
"Voice of America", which has a section devoted to 
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Others, who have different interests, may say 
or claim that collecting stamps is of no use, and that 
it is spiritless. Some may call it juvenile. So I now 
feel myself obliged to show them all what we can 
gain from collecting stamps. 

The first thing that we gain from this hobby is 
a good use of our leisure time, since we can use our 
spare time in a useful and enjoyable way without 
losing anything. Sorting our collections into the 
countries of origin, classifying them as to type, price 
and age, and noting carefully if any original blemishes 
are present — for they make a stamp unique and 
valuable — all this absorbs many hours. Then, too, 
much time must be devoted to soaking off the paper 
backing, drying and then mounting each stamp in 
the appropriate section of an album, and finally, 
indexing the contents of the album for easy reference. 
This occupation is well known to be an absorbing 
and innocent pastime. 

The second advantage is that by collecting stamps 
we begin to learn many languages and to know the 
history of many kingdoms and republics. By this I 
don't mean all the languages or all the history, but 
those which have some kind of a relation with us or 
are somewhat important to us. For example, words 
that are printed on the stamps can teach us the prin- 
ciples of the languages. I say that anyone who doesn't 
understand English and who is a collector of British 
stamps, will know sooner or later that a stamp of 
England is of England as soon as he recognizes the 
words "Great Britain" on the stamp, and by the same 
process he will learn something of other languages. 
Now let us take my assertion that stamps teach us 
history. For proof, let us look at a stamp of Egypt 
bearing the features of ex-King Faruq, and let us 
look at another stamp bearing the words "Republic 
of Egypt". We are immediately reminded of the fact 
that Egypt was a kingdom, and has become a 
republic. 

A third gain that we can easily get is money, 
because if any collector finds a rare stamp or one that 



is valuable, he will gain a good amount of money. 
Many know by reading or from hearsay that there 
are stamps which cost over ID. 15,000. I have an 
older philatelist friend who has a very extensive 
collection. He has a nine-stamp set which cost I.D. 
450. That means that every stamp in the set is 
worth I.D. 50. Two American two-cent stamps, 
the only two in existence, are very valuable because 
by some printer's error five cents was printed on 
them in place of two cents. 

I heard that some rich lady died in Switzerland, 
about three months ago, and left her family many 
rare stamps. It is said that her collection was valued 
at I.D. 2,000,000. But stamp collectors are very nu- 
merous and they are both rich and poor. They get 
such satisfaction from enlarging their collections that 
nothing stops them from buying stamps and forming 
stamp clubs in pursuit of their hobby. 

Do you know why stamps are issued? Many 
don't know, indeed, but the question is very easy to 
answer. Most stamps are now commemorative and 
they are issued to keep the memory of the great works 
of the heroes of the country alive. These pieces of 
small colored paper aren't just mere paper; each one 
means something and each one has a truly heroic 
story attached to it. On April 6, 1955, Iraq issued a 
three-stamp set bearing the picture of His Majesty> 
King Faisal II, in remembrance of the ending of the 
treaty between Iraq and England that had been in 
force since 1930. By George! What does that mean? 
It plainly means that on that day Iraq became truly 
free, doesn't it? On July 28, 1955 the United States 
issued a blue stamp with the emblem of atoms for 
peace. What does that mean? Doesn't it mean that 
the atomic age has arrived and that everyone hopes 
that this new power will be used merely for peace? 
Unborn philatelists will be reminded of their history, 
which is our future, when they mount this stamp in 
their albums. And no doubt, they too, will find stamp 
collecting the best, and finest homely hobby, and the 
loveliest of all. 



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E U G E N E R A L'BITSH E K 



He opened the door slighLly and entered. He 
closed the door behind him the same way he opened 
it, with no sound. The room was dark. He leaned on 
the door to let his eyes get used to the darkness. He 
had seen this room before. 

This was his first robbery. That's why he had 
watched his victim closely, visiting the room to get 
acquainted. His information showed that the victim 
possessed five thousand dollars in cash in that modest 
rented room. 

He was always a failure. He was always in debt, 
but somehow he got out of it with the help of his 
brother. Now he had failed again. He needed money 
to get away to another country and start again. But 
this time he needed three thousand dollars. When he 
had gone to his brother asking for help he had been 
refused. His brother had said that he was tired of 
helping him. A quarrel ended the meeting. Now there 
was no other way but to steal the money. His plans 
were made. The robbery was timed so that he would 
have just enough time to catch a departing ship which 
would be in the middle of the ocean before anything 
was discovered amiss. It sounded easy. A glance at 
his watch showed that he had three hours before his 
victim would return. 

With quickened pulse and stealthy steps he 
crossed the room to the safe. His fingers trembled 
but he mastered them until the safe was open. There 
was the money before him. Fully realizing the sinful- 
ness of his act, but excusing himself because of his 
desperate plight, he grasped it and counted out three 
thousand dollars. The rest he left in its place. Now 
his breath came easier, and he even began to feel 
some pity for his victim. Yet, he reflected, one or the 
other has to suffer, and I am human too. 

As he was turning to leave he heard footsteps 
climbing the stairs. This was the only room on the 



second story. He looked at his watch. There were 
still two hours more. It can't be him, he thought. But 
who else? Meanwhile he went to the door and stood 
where he would be behind it if it opened. Kill him? 
he asked himself as his hands clutched the pistol in 
his pocket. 

The footsteps stopped at the door. The key started 
to turn in the lock. The door opened. The man 
stepped in. Quickly the thief struck him on the head 
with the handle of the pistol. The man dropped to 
the ground without a moan. The thief knelt to look 
at him. When he put his hands under the injured 
head they came away painted with blood. Terrified, 
he felt the pulse. The man was dead. To robbery he 
had unwillingly added murder. He blamed the mur- 
dered man. Why did he have to come now ? he 
thought. 

After taking care of everything he left the room. 
He got rid of every trace that could betray him. Yet. 
deep inside he was convinced that he would be caught 
sooner or later. But he would do his best to avoid it. 
It the street he found the city still wide awake. It was 
eleven o'clock. 

He walked. He was striding along the street, but 
no longer with the same tread of self confidence as 
before. He started to think. He could not drive the 
thought of the man out of his mind. The face ap- 
peared clearly before him, pale and expressionless. 
No pain was reflected there, nor any joy. Then a 
drop of blood fell slowly from his hand and splashed 
on the cheek. 

He kept repeating, "Why did he have to come 
back? I didn't want to kill him!" At first the repeti- 
tion was silent, in his thoughts alone, but the words 
found their way to his lips and grew from a murmur 
to a shout. People began to look at him suspiciously. 
The man was crazy thev said. He came to his senses 



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and began to run from the questions that would be 
put to him once the meaning of his words was rea- 
lized. But as he ran a voice was drumming in his 
ears. It kept on saying, "Where? Where?" Syllable 
after syllable kept pace with his racing steps. Louder 
and louder they came and with every one he ran 
faster and faster trying to escape, but he couldn't. 
He covered his ears with his hands. It was no use. 

The voice stopped only when he fell on the 
ground exhausted in one of the dark alleys. The man 
who was so calm an hour before when robbing and 
killing became frightened and horrified at the thought 
of God's power. Remorse of conscience tortured him. 



became more shrill. He felt sanity deserting him as 
it reached a higher pitch. He fainted and fell to the 
ground. 

Two hours later he recovered with a headache, 
trying to remember what had happened. The events 
of the evening fell into order gradually. He was calm 
now, in perfect control of himself. The mocking voice 
was gone. He was his normal self again. 

He stood up and began to walk not knowing 
where he was going. He did not care. His hand sud- 
denly touched the money in his pocket, the cursed 
money. Again he lost his calmness, his hands began 
to shake, his head to throb. Beads of perspiration 




When he recovered and got up the face appeared 
to him again. The lips were forming an accusation. 
At first he could not understeand, but then the words 
became clearer and he heard the voice calling him, 
"Murderer! Murderer!" just as it did before. He 
closed his eyes to banish the sight, but in vain. He 
was weeping, shouting his innocence. The voice 
began to laugh at him, mocking him. He cried for 
God's help though he knew that God could not help 
one who had separated himself from God as he had. 
He moaned, "It was an accident!" The laughter 



formed on his forehead. He clutched the money with 
all his might, the money that had made him sin, the 
money that had made him kill, the money that had 
made him kill his own brother, his brother in flesh 
and blood. That was what hurt him most. 

He asked for forgiveness. Forgiveness would 
come only with sincere sorrow and reparation. He 
would give himself up to the police to secure that 
forgiveness. 

He walked on purposefully. 





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L. FORSTER & SABBAGH COMPANY DRUG STORE 

Mustansir Street — BAGHDAD — Telephone : 6247 
Telegraphic address : RESTROF Baghdad 

Sole Agents for : 

MAY AND BAKER LIMITED 

PHARMACEUTICAL SPECIALTIES (MAY AND BAKER) LTD. 

THE CROOKES LABORATORIES LTD. 

ROBERT YOUNG AND CO., LTD. (Disinfectants and Sheep Dips) 

LONDON RUBBER COMPANY, LTD. 

SCOTT AND TURNER LTD., (Andrews Liver Salt and Rose Hip Syrup) 

LABORATOIRE DES PRODUITS AMIDO, Lille, France 

LES LABORATOIRES MIDY, Paris 

VERNON AND COMPANY, LTD. 

P. BEIRSDORF AND COMPANY, A-G, Hamburg (NIVEA Products) 

CHAS. F. THACRAY, LTD., Leeds 

LABORATOIRES VIFOR S.A., Geneva 

G. REAUBOURG et Cie, Boulogne-sur-Seine, France 

ROURA AND FORGAS LTD., London (KATADYN Water Filters and Sterilizers) 

JOSEPH SANKY AND SONS LTD., Bilston, Staffs. (Stainless Steel Utensils for 

Hospital Use) 
ETHICON LIMITED, Edinburgh 
THE DISTILLERS CO., (Biochemicais) LTD., Liverpool and London 



ISMAIL SHARIF BROTHERS COMPANY, LTD. 

Head Office : Al-Ameen Street — BAGHDAD, IRAQ — Tel. 6602, 7974, 87217 

Cable : «ALHAMRA» 

CINEMA DEPARTMENT : 

Cinema Owners Throughout Iraq. Film Distributors 

COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT : 

Exporters, Importers, Manufacturers' Representatives 

Sole Agents for : 

ERRES : Radios, Fans, Electric Drills, Electric Vacuum Cleaners. 

GIBSON : Refrigerators, Air Conditioners, Food Freezers. 

CREDA : Electric Cookers, Electric Boilers, Electric Heaters. 

SPLENDOR : Regular Houselighting Lamps, Automobile 

Lamps, Cycle Lamps, Lamps for Industrial 

Purposes, Fluorescent Tubes of all sizes. 



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BAGHDAI 

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Main Office 84175 

6 lines 

Tyres Dept 83063 

Pharm. Dept. 84656 

Cable Address 

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Puts compressed air to work for the world 

CHAMPION 

Spark Plugs 

CHEESBOURGH - PONDS 

Revelon Cosmetics 

CHRYSLER - DODGE - PLYMOUTH - VOLKSWAGON 

Automobiles 

DODGE & FARGO 

Trucks 

DU PONT 

Paints, Agricultural chemicals, Explosives, Fire Arms & Ammunition, 

Freon Refrigerant 

EIMCO 

Rockershovels 

FAIRBANKS - MORSE 

Motor Truck Scales 

Portable Dial Scales 

G. E. 

Medical and Surgical Apparatus 

G. E. 

Refrigerators, Washing machines, and other appliances 

INDUSTRIAL ASPHALT CO., LTD. 

Flintkote water-proofing emulsions 

KOEHRING 

Dumptors 

MICHELIN 

Tyres & Tubes 

MOPAR 

Auto spare parts 

SANKEY SHELDON 

Steel furniture and partitions 

SHELL 

General Lubricants 

SIEMANS & HALSKE A.G. 
Radios, Radiograms, Televisions, Projectors, Communication Equipment 

WILLARD 

Batteries 

WINTHROP, SCHERING, SILTEN & LEPETIT 

Pharmaceuticals 



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Manufacturers of High Quality 

Town Office : 83115 Cotton Yarn and Piece Goods Factory Office : 2043 



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SUPER TANDEM 



ASK Super Tandem owners about Super Tandem performance! 
One contractor produced 3/4" minus material at a rate of 228 to 
310 tons per hour with average percent of crush 20%. On this 
job, maintenance costs on the Super Tandem were less than 
three-fourths of a cent per yard! Figure out what this kind of 
low-cosr production will mean on your jobs! 

The Cedarapids Super Tandem is newly engineered for the extra 
high screening capacity that gives you a big advantage in any 
pit and is especially profitable where there is a high percent of 
fines or contaminated material. 

Look over the features listed at the right, then ask your Cedarapids 
distributor to show you how you- can apply them to your work 
for higher profits. 

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is necessary. 

2416 Roll Crusher and 1036 Jaw Crusher 
deliver a steady flow of crushed material. 

Flexibility with optional Swivel Feed 

Conveyor, Spray Bar attachments and 

Sand Ejector Screw to meet every job 

condition. 

Delivery conveyors, plant conveyor and 

under-crusher conveyor ore 30"" wide to 

handle the increased screening capacity 

of the plant 

Quality construction of every unit cuts 

maintenance costs to the minimum, 

keeps plants operating all day every 

day to maintain your high production 

averages. 





Model G 60 6000-fb. 

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HAWVA SHAIKH 

RIVER TRANSPORT COMPAXY 



BASRAH - HtAO 



Registered Company for River Transport 

Freight booked on through Bills of Lading for 

Through (Overside), Transferred, and Local Cargoes. 



Special Quotations offered for large shipments. 



Competitive rates given for large shipments, between Basrah. Amarah, 
Kut, Baghdad and intermediate Ports. 



River fleet supplemented by the purchase of the entire craft, stores and 

equipment of the Euphrates and Tigris Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. 

(In voluntary liquidation), represented in Iraq by their Agents. 

Messrs. Gray, Mackenzie & Co., Ltd. 



Sea-going transportation in the Persian Gulf between Basrah, Kuwait. 

Bahrain and Saudi Arabia. 



Selling Agents for Khanaqin Oil Co., Ltd. Products 



Interested in obtaining Agencies for First-Class Shipping Co. 



Suppliers of Building Materials for A.I.O.C. at Abadan and Bandar 

Mashur, such as Bricks, Shingle, Ballast, Sand, Gatch. etc., 

and also for Kuwait Oil Co., Ltd., in Kuwait. 

Mostly delivered by our own craft. 



OWNERS OF BRICK FACTORIES 

Head Office : BASRAH Branches : Amarah. Baghdad. 

Bankers : British Bank of the Middle East, Eastern Bank, Ottoman 
Bank, Arab Bank, Rafidain Bank. 

Cables : "Al-shaikh" Basrah, Amarah, and Baghdad Code : Bently's. 



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GUARANTEE 



obtainable from 

IRAQ MERCANTILE, LTD 

representing 

THE GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., LTD. OF ENGLAND 









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The Leading Hotel 
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Terrace Garden 

overlooking 

the Tigris 

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Telephones : 86191 
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Telegram : SEMIRAMIS H< 

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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS 

TUSSAMAG COUGH MIXTURE 



Baghdad 



Telephone : 4432 



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S. T*I. GARIBIAN & CO. LTD. 

BAGHDAD — BASRAH — MOSUL 

AGENTS FOR 

UCOMETAL - BELGIUM 

( Union Commerciale Beige de Metallurgie, S. A. ) 

STEEL WORKS : Ste. Ame. JOHN COCKERILL 

Ste. Ame. FORGES DE LA PROVIDENCE 

Ste. Ame. METALURGIQUE DE SAMBRE & MOSELLE. 

Ste. Ame. JOHN COCKERILL - BELGIUM. Steel Railway Sleepers. 

C0MPT0IR DES ACIERIES BELGES - BELGIUM. - Rails. 

LA BRUGEOISE ET NICAISE ET DELCUVE - BELGIUM. Railway Rolling Stock. 

POUDRERIES REUNIES DE BELGIQUE S. A., - BELGIUM. Powder & Explosives. 

Entreprises Industrielles et de Travaux Publics — FRANCE 
Dams, Barrages, etc. 

Baume & Marpent, S.A. — BELGIUM 

Metallic Bridges, Prefabricated Steel Structures 
Soc. Gen. Des Minerals, S.A. — BELGIUM 

Tin, Copper, Lead 
Coblemetal — Phenix Works — BELGIUM 

Galvanized Steel Sheets, Tinplates 
Ferblatil — BELGIUM 

Cold Rolled Steel Sheets, Tinplates 
Laminoirs de Longtain, S.A. — BELGIUM 

Steel Window Sections 
Laminoirs de l'Escaut — BELGIUM 

Aluminium 
Ciments Portland Artificiels Beiges D'Harmignies — BELGIUM 

White Cement 
Chamebel — BELGIUM 

Steel Windows & Doors 
Photo-Produits Gevaert, S.A. — BELGIUM 

Photographic Goods 
Voigtlander — GERMANY 

Precision & Amateur Cameras 
Barbier, Benard & Turenne — FRANCE 

Optical Instruments 
Kinderman & Co., G.M.B.H. — GERMANY 

Photographic Apparatus 
Ste. Ame. de Magenta Epernay — FRANCE 

Champagne 

Chas. Mackinlay & Co. Ltd. — ENGLAND 
Whisky 

Associated Paint Manufacturers Ltd. — ENGLAND 

Paints 
Carrers Limited — ENGLAND 

The famous Craven "A" Cigarettes 



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Finest Iraq Date Products 

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«ASFAR'S DATE CUBES » 

AND OWNERS OF THE WORLD KNOWN 

« BLACK SWAN BRAND » 
Some of our Numerous Products Include : 

WALNUT and ALMOND DATE CUBES 

WALNUT and GINGER DATE CAKES 

WALNUT and ALMOND DATE PUDDING 

CHOCOLATE DATES 

CARAMEL DATES 

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DATE SYRUP 

SPICED DATES IN SYRUP 

DATE CHUTNEY 

DATE CANDIES 

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K. & E. M. LA WEE LTD. 



DISTRIBUTORS IN IRAQ 



FOR 



BUICK and CHEVROLET Cars and Trucks 



DEALERS IN : 

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES, LUBRICATING OILS AND GREASES, 

TYRES AND TUBES, REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING, 

STEEL OFFICE EQUIPMENT. 

HEAD OFFICE : AL RASHID STREET, BAGHDAD 
Branches : BASRAH — MOSUL — KIRKUK 



T.A. : "TAXI, BAGHDAD" 



Telephones : 87121, 83516, 5300 



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BAGHDAD 



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J. P. BAHOSHY BROTHERS 

Engineering Merchants and Contractors 

ESTABLISHED IN 1919 



Representing British, American, and Continental manufacturers 

of high reputation. Clients are invited to make a trial order 

for any of the following lines : 

WATER WORKS, PUMPING PLANTS and EQUIPMENT 

ELECTRICAL POWER HOUSE MACHINES and EQUIPMENT 
BRICK-MAKING MACHINERY and REQUISITES. 

COMPLETE LINE OF HAND AND MACHINE TOOLS. STEEL PRODUCTS 



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IRA® MERCANTILE LIMITED 


BAGHDAD 


& BASRAH 


Tel. BAGHDAD : 85168, 86169, 85160 




Telegrams : MERCANIRAQ, BAGHDAD 


Tel. BASRAH : 2371 




MERCANIRAQ. BASRAH 


REPRESENTING 


Anderson & Son Ltd. 




Roofing Felt. Damproof Course. Concreting Paper 


A.P.V. Co. Ltd., London 




Heat Exchange Equipment, Dairy & Brewery 
Plant, etc. 


Aston Construction Co. Ltd., London 




Fabricated Steel Work, Structural Steel 


British Reinforced Concrete Engineering Co. 


Ltd. 


Steel Reinforcement 


British Tyre & Rubber Co. Ltd. 




Tyres, Transmission & Conveyor Belting 


Cement Marketing Co. Ltd. 




Special Cements — Snowcem, Impermo 


Chamberlain & Hookham Ltd. 




Electricity Meters 


Chubbs Lock & Safe Ltd. 




Office Safes, Strong Rooms, etc. 


Cochran & Co. (Annan) Ltd. 




Multitubular Boilers 


Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co. Ltd. 




Compressors, Pneumatic & Electric Tools 


Crittall Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 




Metal Windows & Doors 


Crossley Brothers Ltd. 




Oil Engines 


E. R. & F. Turner Ltd. 




Flour Milling Equipment 


Fenner & Alder Ltd. 




Paints 


Fibreglass, Ltd. 




Thermal & Accoustic Insulating Materials & 
Other Glass Fibre Products 


Fothergill & Harvey 




Glass Fabric and P.V.C. Furniture Materials 


General Electric Co. Ltd. 




Everything Electrical 


Geo. Banham & Co. Ltd. 




Belting 


Gilbert, Gilkes & Gordon, Ltd. 




Hydro-Electric Plants & Water Turbines 


Hanovia Ltd. 




Lamps for Medical, Scientific & Industrial 
Applications 


Hoffmann Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 




Bearings 


Imperial Typewriter Co. Ltd. 




Typewriters 


J. Stone & Co. Ltd. 




Non-Ferrous Metals 


Lodge Plugs Ltd. 




Sparking Plugs 


Pilkingtons 




Glass 


Pulsometer Engineering Co. Ltd. 




Pumps 


Quasi-Arc Co. Ltd. 




Welding Rods & Equipment 


Railway Mines & Plantation Equipment Co. 


Ltd. 


Railway Equipment 


Ransomes & Rapier Ltd. 




Sluices, Excavators, Cranes & Contractors' Plant 


Ronco Ltd. 




Office Furniture & Steel Equipment. 


Sanderson Brothers & Newbould Ltd. 




Files, Tools, etc. 


Stavely Iron & Chemical Co. Ltd. 




Spun Iron Pipes 


Vaughan Crane Co. 




Cranes & Pulley Blocks 


Watson & Sons (Electro-Medical) Ltd. 




X-Ray Equipment 


Woods of Colchester Ltd. 




Exhaust Fans 


Yorkshire Copper Works Ltd. 




Copper Tubes and Polythene Tubes, etc. 



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OROSDI - BACK 

THE LEADING STORES IN IRAQ 
ESTABLISHED 1855 

Can offer you the Best of Everything 
at Moderate Prices 

BAGHDAD BASRAH 

« When we say Tomorrow, we mean Tomorrow » 

Samawal Street ^ ^j,, ^ JW 1 *> >U 

AL DAMARACHI Building i/V'**" *J^ 

Telegraphic « ALBAQIR » ABDUL HADI BAQIR « jiU' » : JjJl 0»>-Jl 

Telephone : 6866 BAGHDAD UV, : Ojilsll ^j 



CUSTOMS CLEARING AGENT 

IMPORTER EXPORTER 

Specializes in legal questions affecting Customs, Duties, Import Licenses, etc. 



Agent for FORSTER & SABBAGH Co. and LEVANT EXPRESS TRANSPORT Co. 

and other well known firms 



Has served as Clearing Agent for Baghdad College since its foundation in 1932. 



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Telegr. Address 
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Telephone : 

Managing Director 87368 

Technical Manager 88082 

Office 6837 

Works 83915 



Facing Bricks. Hollow Bricks & Blocks & 
Partition Tiles. 

Centrifugally Spun Concrete Pipes. Precast 
Concrete Paving Slabs & Kerb Stones. 



ALL PRODUCED AT THE COMPANY'S 
MODERN WORKS IN BAGHDAD 



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CRESCENT PHOTO S I O R E S 

A. ABBOSH & CO. 

354/1 l< VSHID M Kl.l.l . BAGHDAD 
PHOTOGRAPHERS 

By Special Appointment to 

H. M. THE KING OF IRAQ 




AGFA Isolettc III 




AGFA Solinctte II 




Pictures that please begin on 

AGFA FILMS. 

ISOPAN F FILM 




Cameras of World 
Renown 

FILMS 
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PAPERS 
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All Photographic 

Requirements 

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Shot Guns and 
Ammunition 




Pictures that please begin on 

AGFA FILMS. 
AGFACOLOR Negative Film 



AVAILABLE AT ALL PHOTO DEALERS 



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THE MEN WHO DO 

BIG BUSINESS 
ALL 

READ THE 

IRAQ 
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The Times Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd., 
Baghdad and Basrah. 




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« CATERPILLAR » 

( REGISTERED TRADE MARK ) 

TRACTORS 

EARTH MOVING MACHINERY 

DIESEL ENGINES ROAD GRADERS 



A comprehensive range of spare parts and extensive service facilities are 
available under tne supervision of factory trained personnel. 

All repairs are carried out in our workshops which are fully equipped 

with modern tools. 



DEALERS IN IRAQ : 

JOHN BIRCH & CO., (IRAQ) LTD. 

ENGINEERS 

INCORPORATED IN ENGLAND 

King Faisal Avenue, BAGHDAD 

P.O.Box 43 Telegrams: BIRCHIRAQ Tel. 3116 

LONDON OFFICE : 153. MOORGATE. LONDON. E. C. 2 
Telegrams : ENDEAVOUR. Tel. : LONDON WALL 4075 



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L. & D. NANGASARIAN LTD. 



3/184 Ras el-Qaria 



BAGHDAD 



Tel. 7042 







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Refreshment of Friendship 




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IRAQ NATIONAL BOTTLINC Co., Lid. 



Telephone BAGHDAD 

» BASRA 

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9036—99203 
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Epidiascope Vh "400 






Hz Research Microscopes 




Prado 500 
Prado 250 
frado 150 



the quality is built in I 

Some miniature cameras resemble the 
LEICA but the similarity is only on the 
outside. In the LEICA, as in all LEITZ 
optical products, quality lies deeper 
than surface polish. 
The camera pictured here is a result of 
more than 100 years devoted to one 
purpose: to produce the finest optical 
instruments that it is possible to build. 
The entire LEICA System of 35 mm. 
photography is built on a solid found- 
ation of quality — your guarantee that 
when you own a LEICA you own the 
very best. 



Our technical staff is at your service to 
recommend the most suitable djZttJZ . 
microscopes and other optical equipment 
for the type of work you intend to do. 

Sole Distributor : 

LEON KOUYOUMDJIAN 

F I X I T 



Rashid Street 



BAGHDAD 



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KHANAQIN OIL COMPANY, LIMITED 

(Incorporated in Great Britain) 
DISTRIBUTORS OF LUBRICATING OILS AND OIL SPECIALTIES 

THROUGHOUT IRAQ 

I M S H I 

Insecticide and Sprayers 



COMPROX (A) 

LIQUID PARAFFIN 

YELLOW AND WHITE 
PETROLEUM JELLY 




ALL M< VDES Ol GREASES 

[ND1 SI RIAL AND AUTOMOI IVL 

HIGH Ml. 1. 1 ING POIN'I 
PARAFFIN WAX 



ENERGOL ENERGREASE 

PULL RANGE OF LUBRICATING (MLS FOR ALL PURPOSES 



ALL GRADES OF AVIATION FUELS AND LUBRICANTS SUPPLIED BY 



AVIATION 




SERVICE 



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full rubber heel. Perforated vamp decoration for 
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GENERATING AND PUMPING SETS. INDUSTRIAL AND 
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ROVER Co. Ltd. 

LAND ROVER 4 WHEEL DRTVE. ROVER SALOON CARS 

ROOTES GROUP 

HIT J .MAN. HUMBER. SUNBEAM CARS 
COMMER TRUCES. TIPPERS AND PICKUPS 

INGERSOL RAND 

a:?. COMPRESSORS. AND COMPRESSED AIR EQUIPMENT 

ELECTROLUX 

KEROSENE OR ELECTRICALLY OPERATED REFRIGERATORS 

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PERKINS 

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AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS 

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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 



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THE OLIVER CORP 
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GOODRICH TYRES AND ACCESSORIES 

STANDARD STEEL WORKS 
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12/40 Ras el Qurya Street, Baghdad (Iraq) 

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Factory 9304 



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P. O. B. 246 

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442 I Rashid Street 
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BAGHDAD 



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Printing Press & Stationary 
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INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Page 

A. Abbosh 137 

Abdul-Hadi Baqir 135 

Abdul-Masih Khayyat 145 

Al-Chark Life Insurance Co 151 

Al-Suhail Trading Co 159 

Alumni Sodality 153 

Andrea's Pharmacy 129 

Asfar & Co 131 

Autoworks 158 

Babylon Studio 110 

Bata Iraq Ltd 157 

B. Boukather 115 

British Overseas Airways 119 

Camel Cigarettes 144 

C. John Halkias 115, 122, 125 

Coca-Cola 147 

Derbendi Khan Contractors . . . . 152 

Diana Beer Ill 

Eastern Distillery 160 

F.A. Kettaneh 120, 121 

P. & A. Tawfik Yonan . . 110, 143, 150 

Fixit 142 

Georges E. Gedeon 161 

General Automotive & Technical 

Equipment 156 

George Wimpey 150 

Ghazi Cigarettes 140 

Halatah Brothers 150, 156 

Hanna Shaikh River Transport Co. 127 

Ibrahim Saad et Pils 117, 126 

Imperial Chemical Industries . . . . 113 

Imprimerie Catholique 149 

Iraq Building Materials 136 

Iraq Mercantile 129, 134 

Iraq Spinning & Weaving 125 



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Iraq Times 138 

Ismail Sharif 118 

John Birch 139 

J. P. Bahoshy 133 

K. & E. M. Lawee 132 

Khanaqin Oil Co 143 

K. L. M 151 

L. & D. Mangasarian 140 

Levant Express Transport 123 

L. Forster & Sabbagh 118 

Middle East Development Co 154 

Muhammad Ismail 160 

Nairn Transport Co 110 

National Tobacco Co 122 

Orosdi-Back 135 

Pepsi-Cola 141 

Petroleum Sunday 159 

Rafidain Drug Co 124, 138 

S. & M. Kattan Brothers 128 

Semiramis Hotel 129 

Sindbad Hotel 153 

Singer Sewing Machine Co 114 

S. M. Garibian 130, 132 

Swiss Watch Co 155 

Technical Works Ltd 148 

Thomas Press 112 

Tigris Palace Hotel 123 

Trans-European & Eastern Trans- 
port Co 152 

Vegetable Oil Extraction Co 116 

W. J. Coker 146 

Zia Hotel 110 







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