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11 14 THE GAZ.7ITH. MONTttlSAt FRIDAY, JUNK 30, 1)U. VOL. CLXX11I. No. 156 BIRTHS, ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES and DEATHS $1.50 Par Insertion Prepaid BIRTHS BAXTER. To Janet (Bulloch), wife t Chiel Officer Sandy Baxter, a daughter, at Ihe Royal Victoria Hospital on June 23th. 1944. CfltaiE. On June 29th, 1944. at St. Joseph Hospital. Lachine, to Mr. and Mrs. David Currie. of Chateauguay Heights. P.Q., a son. McAtXEY. To Mr. and Mr, Ronald Iri McAutey. m daughter, Judith May, born June 29th. 1944. at Homoeopathic Hospital. DEATHS AXDESSONw-At the Central Division. Montreal General Hospital, on June 27th. 1944. Robert Charles Anderson, dearly beloved husband of Ida May Allen, in his 64th year. Funerfci from the Chapel of Jos. C. Wray & Bro.. 1234 Mountain Street, at 3 p.m., ca Friday, to Mount Royal Cemetery. Please omit flowers. BUCHANAN. At the Central Division. Montreal General Hospital, on June 27th, 1944, Andrew Buchanan, dearly beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Dagg. of 3455 Shuter Street, aged 75 years. Remains at the Chapel of Jos. C. Wray Ac Bro.. 1234 Mountain Street. Funera; from St. John The Evangelist Church, at 2 p.m., on Friday, to Mount Royal Cemetery. CCDDaV Suddenly, on June 29th, 1944. John P. Cuddy, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jonn f. tuaay. Resting at Tfaos. Kane Chapel, 1855 Dorchester Street West. Funeral from St. Patrick's Church, on Saturday, July 1st, at 9 am,, to Cote des Neiges Cemetery. EIXlSONIn this city, on Wednes- day. June 23th, i944. Margaret May, wife of the late Reginald Frederick Ellison. In her 68th year. Funeral from the William Wray Chapel. 2075 University Street, on Friday, June 30th. at 2 p m, to Mount Royal Cemetery. MANN. In Montreal, on June 28th. 1944. Elizabeth Sarah Dawson, widow of W. E. Mann, and beloved mother of Winifred Mann, 1205 Fort Street. Funeral from the Chapel of Tees tc Co.. St. Luke and Tower Street, on Friday, at 11 a jn. M cLEAV. On June 28th, 1944. at the Pnvfte Patients' Pavilion of the Montreal General Hospital. Robert Donald McLean. . beloved husband of Nancy Pierson McLean of Montreal and xatner of Mary Pierson McLean of New York and brother of Mrs. H. H. Barclay of Woodstock, Ont. Funeral service at the Chapel of Jos. C. Wray 4: Bro.. 1234 Mountain Street, at 8 psn. Friday. Interment at Ottawa, Ost. McRAE. On Jur.e 28th. 1944. Eleanor Skead. beloved wife of the late Hector McRae. in her 85th year. Funeral from the Chapel of Tees ic Co., St. Luke and Tower Streets, on Friday, at 2 p-rru MELDRCSI. At his residence. 4708 Westmount Avenue, on Wednesday. .June 2th. 1944 J. . Logan Meldrum. beloved husband of Evelyn Cooke. Funeral Cprivate) frora above address, on Friday, June 30th, at 2.30 p.m., to Mount Royal Cemetery. MORRIS. At the Montreal Convalescent Hospital, on Thursday. June 29th. 1944. William Byron Morris, husband of Margaret Hanley. Funeral I private) from the William Wray Chapel. 2075 University Street, to Mount Royal Cemetery. REILLY At Sherbrooke. Que., on Jure 27th. 1944. Margaret Anne Foley, beloved wife of the late wtuiam J. OTleiliv. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J Foley, St. Catharines. Ontario, and beloved mother of John T. O'Reilly, San .Diego. California, the lte Mrs. J. W. Quinn, Windsor Mills. Que, Mrs. E. H. Mason. Montreal, Mrs. JC McNeil. Mexico and Mrs. Raymond Provencher. Sherbrooke. Funeral will be held from the - residence of Mr. J. W. Quinn to St. Philip's Church. Windsor Mills, at 8 a.m, on Friday, June 30th. - RITFPEL. Suddenly, on Tuesday, June 27th. 3944. Lois Margaret Ruppel, ace three, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Ruppel of London. Funeral 2.30 Friday. June 30th, at Elmira. BUS SELL. At the Western Division Montreal General Hospital, on Wednesday,. June 28th, 1944, Alexander H. BusselL Magog, Quebec, dearly beloved husband ot Gertrude M. Brown (manager of Canadian Bank of Commerce, Magog Branch), in his 58th year. Funeral service at St. Pauls United Church. Magog, on Saturday, July 1st. at 2.30 pm. Interment at Ptne Hill Cemetery, Magog. Que. SSOWDOS. In this city, on June 2tb, 1944. Harriet Stephenson, dearly beloved wife of ihe late William Arthur Snowdcn Funeral from the Chapel of Jos. C. Wray & Bro.. 1234 Mountain Street, at 2 pxn on Friday, June 30th, - STARVES. At St. Mary's Hospital, ori Thursday. June 29th, 1944, after a short illness. Elvine C. Starnes, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Funeral from- the Chapel oi Jos. C- Wrav St Bro, 1234 Mountain Street, to St. James Cathedral, on Monday, July 3rd. at 9 ajxi. New York papers please topj". VAX HOLDER. At Porteous Pavilion, Verdun, on June 29th, 1944, Theodore Van Holder, aged 48, late of 944 Chenneville Street. Montreal. Funeral from the Chapel of Jos. C. Wray -& Bro, 1234 Mountain Street, at 4 pjn. Friday, to Mount Royal Cemetery. WHEELER. On June 29th. 1944. at her late residence, 5217 Sherbrooke Street West, Major Helen Janet, dearly beloved daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. William L. Wheeler, of Gan-anoque. Ont. Funeral service was held at the Salvation Army French Corps, 1239 City Hall Avenue, at 8 pTn. Thursday. Interment at Ganan-Tie Ont. UNDERTAKERS JoS.C.flRAY&BROl in. Funeral Directors 1234fflountainSt. ffiArqaette 4321 Parking Space Antikor-Laurence BEST CORN REMEDY Sold everywhere 25 c Safe. Reliable. Permanent PHARMACT LAURENCE Pharmacists Montreal Nazi General 'Hero' in Spain Madrid, June 29 CP) The Fal-ange (government) party newspaper Arriba considers Lt-Gen. Carl Wiihelm von Schlieben "the hero cf Cherbourg." It published that caption today over a photograph of the German general taken at the time of his surrender. The picture was received through Allied source. OBITUARY REV. C. G. SMITH PAID FINAL TRIBUTE Nobility of Service. Said Attribute of Temple Baptist Minister HUNDREDS AT FUNERAL" Representative! of Church ' and Many Other Walks of Life Attend Service 5 "He will be long remembered and appreciated in our various circles and among his many friends for his genial love of God and nobility of Christian service." With those words Rev. Aubrey Small. D.D.. Minister of the Grande Ligne Mission, expressed on behalf of himself and the many represen tatives of the church and other walks of life a final tribute yester day to Rev. Charles George Smith, pastor ot Temple Baptist Church, Outremont, for more than 25 years, lecturer and author of several articles and essays. Rev. Dr. Small expressed this tribute during the eulogy at the funeral service in the Jos. C. Wray funeral chapel. Mountain street, for Rev. Mr. Smith, who died on Tuesday at the home of his sister in Moncton, N-fi., in his 66th year. - Rev. M. McCutcheon, D.D., Minister of the First Baptist Church, officiated at the service, assisted bv Rev. Dr. Small and Rev. R. Nicholson, D.D., Minister of Temple Baptist Church. "Our friend, the Rev. Charles George Smith, has left us. Inevitably, we recognize the fact with a deep sense of loss," said Rev. Dr. Small in his eulogy. "So vivid was his personality, that even those of us here gathered who nnew him least are conscious that the loss is momentous. To those closest to him, those allied by ties of blood and kinship, the feeling is even stronger and sharper. To them we all tender our expressions of deepest sympathy, and for them ! we invoke divine comfort. "Our friend was a sensitive soul. Profoundly unwilling to believe ill of any one, or even of an institu tion, uncomplicated honesty and m tegrity himself, still half incredul ous he was profoundly shocked when knavery flouted itself before him so that he could not help but see it." f Rev. Dr. mall said at another point. "The soul, of kindness him self, cruelty by others hurt him more than it did its victim. Loving his friends deeply and abidingly, he grieved over their departure from among us, the more as he felt ob liged to conceal his own grief in oraer to ne:p others. "We publicly join with others, who have already expressed them selves privately to the most bereav ed, in assuring them of our thoughts ana prayers lor uods sustaining comiort in tneir hearts as they lay our dear friend to rest." The chief mourners at the service were Rev. Mr. Smith's son. Mai Ralph L. Smith, R.C.M.C.; and his two daughters, Mrs. A. E. Curtis, jr., Town of Mount Royal, and Mrs. A. W. Eddy, Moncton. N.B. Among those present were: Rev. Stanley S. Stock, of Madison Bap tist jnurcn. moderator of the East ern Association of the Baptist Con vention; Rev. J. A. Johnston, D.D., ot westmount Baptist Church; Rev. N. F. Swackhammer. of Garden City Baptist Church; George Adam, president oi the Montreal Bible So- ciety; Rev. William Orr Mulligan, D.D., of Melville' Presbyterian Church, Westmount; Rev. Allan S. Reid. clerk of the Presbytery, Presbyterian Church in. Canada; Rev. D. L. Gordon, St Andrew's East; Rev. and Mrs- J. E. Smit. Rev. R. Nicholson and Rev. R. E. Turn- ivirs. w. H. Irvine, Miss Joyce Irvine, Mrs. G. A. Lawson, Miss G. Gray, Miss Edith Elm, J. O. Morrell, Mrs. W. G. Hart, Miss O. Colman, Miss V. Bedard, Mrs. A. W. Small, Mrs. W. Downing, Sam Hadlock, John Hill, Miss Gertrude Bill, John Nixon, J. W. Lewthwaite, Miss A. M. Tattray, James O'Connor, Mrs. W. MacDonald, Mrs. George Lowrie, S. Gray, W. J. Bethune. W. A. Lang, C. K. Howard. Arthur HilL H. A. Condie, Miss Edith Sheppard, Mr3. F Coggin, Miss J. Blake, Miss Violet Hill, James Tomalty of Temple Baptist Church, Mrs. Walter Gray, Miss A. L Gray, Miss M. G. Hammond. Burnham Coller. Mrs. A. Reeve. Arthur Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Moore. Mrs. H. Scott. P. Yule. Mrs. George Breeze. Miss Gertrude .Breeze, K. c Binning, James Sutherland, R; S. Cuffe. Ben Jeffs, L. T. Reilly and G. G. Reilly. W. G. Kaiser, H. V. French, James Walker, R. Strieker, Miss E. Chapman, Miss Maud Hill, Mrs. J. Freeman, Mrs. W. G. Rees. Miss Margaret Rees. Mr. and Mrs. , W. ! Breckenridge. J. W. Davis, Miss L. iast. Mrs. T. M. Boa. Miss I. C. Leith, Miss A. R. Leith, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Petford, F. G. Lucius, George Smith. W. A. Steeves of Macdonald College, W. W. Williamson. J. McL. Marshall, Mrs. B. C. Miller. Miss P. Walter, Miss E. Taylor and Mrs. W. G. Hughes, Miss I. Roger, R. T. Griffiths. W. R. Rose, J. MacKeen. Miss A. Fitch, Miss F.. Macdonald. W. S. Andrews, FLORISTS . MONTREAL St. Catherine at Cuy FI. 2491 Creenhouse Shop WE. 2718 Mf. Royal Hotel PL. 4550 U?6 St.Cilhmiw St.W.-MONTREAI. MArqqette 9241 J W. J. Neale, J. Hammon. A. E. Penning, Mr. and Mrs. N. Armstrong. G. W. Pugh, A. Walker, H. W. Winter, M. C. Hopkins,- W. Young. Mrs. W. Bridge, Mrs. D. Fraser, Norman Nicholson, C. L. Moore, H. T. Woodman. J. W. Ede, W. Hamer, W. H. Duthie, Mr. and Mrs. William Dyers A. Vance, Miss W. Onnasch, Mr. and Mrs. L. Barnard, J. E. Thompson, E. T. Wyatt, N. A. Hicks, Mrs. F. Salter., Mrs. W. J. McGowan, Stanley W. Tench, E. W. Sayer, J. B. Walker. Charles Clunas, S. McDonald. Andrew El-licott. Dr. P. L. Pratley, Mrs. E. Perrault, J. E. Ward, Miss S. Le-Gresley and H. LeGresley. Mn. K. Cole, C. P. Rke, Mrs, N. J. Fitch, A. F. Dechaux, W. P. Bennett, B. G. Spencer, Miss K. Ardill, Henry Hinds, W. Agnew Hastie, W. E. Hopper, V. B. Van Wart, H. Boon, Mrs. D. D. Mackay, Fred A. Mathews, J. L.: Wilson, H, Kinga-ley, A. J. Nickle, John Kidman and Mrs. Ruby Birchenough of the Prisoners' Aid and Welfare Association, Dr. P. E. O'Shaughnessy, Mrs. W. J. Looker, C. L. Rogers, S. A. Cloutier, Mrs. E. Harding, Mrs. J. S. Cleland, Mrs. E. Bull, J. F. Blackie; A. W. Walker, George L. Rorke, Mr. and Mrs. Hector Todd, H. B. Chadwick. D. M. Chadwick, S. L. K. Moreil, Capt. H. C. Brennan, G. G. Brown, Mrs. Arthur Wilson, J. W. Johnston, D. S. Stewart, James S. Long. N. J. Shaw, A. J. Osgood, F. Van Gelder. G. H. Kercher, G. S. Chapman, W. Homer, J. Leith, W. J. Bethune. Mrs. T. H. Martin, Sydney Comber, S. S. Hutton, of Brock-ville, Ont., J. H. Armitage, .S. B. McRobert, John A. Kenney, Paul Borup. C. R. Blake, Mrs. K: Anderson,' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Way, W. R. dimming, H. E. Heinz. J. D. Sane- ster, Montreal Sailors' Institute; Rev. William McLean, and G. J. O. T. Cham, representing Baptist Church Extension Board. , PROF. ALEXANDER DIES Was Formerly Connected With 'University of Toronto Halifax. June 29. P The bodv of Prof. W. J. Alexander, emeritus proiessor ot .English at the Uni versity of Toronto, was found bv searchers in west end Halifax this morning. Ha had apparently died of a heart attack. Discovery of the bodv ended a city-wide search started last night when Prof. Alexander failed to return from a walk. He was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Carleton Stanley, wife of the president of Dalhousie university. - wmiam jonn Alexander was born In Hamilton. Ont. in 1855. Af. ter graduating from the University oi ionaon ne Became assistant master at Prince of Wales College, Charlottetown, then studied at Johns Hopk'ins University. Baltimore, where he obtained his Ph.D. in 1830. He studied at Heidleberg ana Berlin, ana returned to Canada in, 1884 as professor of English literature at Dalhousie. In 1889 he became proiessor of English litera ture in University College, at the University of Toronto, retaining mat post until his retirement in 192o, at the age of 70. He was married in 1888 to Laura Morrow, daughter of J. B. Morrow. Halifax. His wife died in 1914. Eight cnuaren survive. Professor Alexander established his reputation as a critic early in his career with the publication of a book on Browning's poetry which became a standard work on that subject He published many text books and anthologies during his career, including Representative Poetry, an anthology which ran to many editions. MRS. W. SNOWDON DEAD Funeral for Westmounter To Be Held This Afternoon The funeral service for the late Mrs. William Arthur Snowdon who died after a lengthy illness on Wed' nesday. will be held this afternoon at 2 o clock at the Chapel of Jos. C. Wray & Bro., 1234 Mountain street. Rev. Canon Rodger Howard oinciating. Mrs. Snowdon, the former Harriet Stephenson, resided at 4253 Dorches ter street west,. Westmount, and is survived by one son, William Arthur; one daughter. Evelyn, and one granddaughter. During her life time she attended St. Martins Church. Her husband predeceased ner in iazo. VERA MENCHIK. London. June 29. (CP.-Reu-ters) Mrs. Vera Stevenson, 38-year-old woman chess champion of the world, better known as Vera Menchik, has been killed by enemy action in Southern England with her mother, Mrs. Menchik, and her sister, Mrs. Olga Rubery, who is also a well-known chess player. Mrs. Stevenson, daughter of an English mother and Czechoslovaki-an father, learned chess when a girl in Russia. She remained unbeaten up to her death. Her husband, R. H. S. Stevenson, secretary of the British Chess Federation in 1937. died last year. MCGILL ANNOUNCES FACULTY CHANGES (Continued from Page 13.) stetrics and gynaecology; G. E. M. Hilton and F. W. Shaver, otolaryngology; R. Grant Reid, surgery. Promotions to associate professor: K. I. Melville, from assistant to associate professor of pharmacology; Dudley Ross, from assistant to associate professor of surgery; J. G. W. Johnson, from assistant to associate professor of surgery: G. R. Brow, from assistant to associate professor of medicine; E. S. Mills, from assistant to associate professor of medicine. To assistant professor: F. L. Mc-Naughton, from lecturer to assistant ilj-.sggs-.flL St.Luke&Towers WI.4224"" - 1 1 lUIrrn I I LWYVI 1 I I II X I JU 1 1 E Tl professor of neurology; G. E. Reed, from lecturer to assistant professor of psychiatry; Baruch Silverman, from lecturer to assistant pro fessor or psychiatry. To Lecturer: M. Sshaver, irom demonstrator to lecturer in Neu rology and neurosurgery; R. Vance ward, from demonstrator to lecturer in public health and preventive medicine (also is a lecturer in medicine). Other Ranks: J. E. Ayre. from teaching . fellow to demonstrator in obstetrics and gynaecology; Karl Stern, from lecturer in neurology at (part time) to lecturer in psyci-iatry and director of the neuro psychiatry laboratory in the in stitute of Psychiatry (full time). p Faculty of Arts and Science New Atroointments: Norah Le noir, lecturer in French in the de partment of romance languages; Eileen Ross, M.A. Chicago, instructor in sociology in ihe Arts and Science Summer School. Lecturer. Etc.: A. R. George, ses sional lecture in education; John Dando. lecturer in English; Joan Jackson, sessional lecturer in English; Gertrude Mason, lecturer in English:" Janet Ross, sessional lecturer in French; Bertha Meyer, lecturer in German; W. Stanfard Reid, sessional lecturer in history; lid ward Rosenthal, sessional lec turer in mathematics; Cecil Currie, lecturer in philosophy; Frances Alexander, sessional lecturer in psychology; Ana Denton, lecturer in Spanish: W. Gauvin. sessional lecturer in chemistry; H. G. F. Sander, lecturer in genetics; Annie G. Macpherson, lecturer in physics; Paul Weisz, Carpenter fellow in zoology; Kathleen Terroux, lecturer m physiology; Vernon Ross, instructor in Library School; Helen Deane, lecturer in zoology; J. H. Ross, lecturer in chemistry. Promotions: P. F. Vineberg, from lecturer to assistant professor of economics: Helene Lariviere, from sessional lecturer to assistant professor of " French; Forrest Laviol- ette, from assistant proiessor to associate professor of sociology; R. D. Gibbs, from assistant professor to associate professor of botany; Raymond Bover. from lecturer to C. Wynne-Edwards, from assistant to associate professor of zoology: M. G. de Jersey, from assistant ta sessional lecturer in psychology; Robina Henry, from lecturer to as sistant professor of Spanish; C. A. WinKler, from assistant professor to associate prafessor of chemistry. Kesignauon. tc.: w. H. Watson. associate professor of physics, to become head of department of mathematics, University of Sas katchewan; A. H. Steinberg, lec turer in genetics, leave of absence, to tase up war woric in Washing ton. Reappointments for French Sum mer School. J. L. Darbelnet Direc tor; L. Touren-Furness, assistant director; Madeleine Bodier, instruc tor; .Elizabeth Uartland, M.A. (Rad cliff e)y instructor; Jean Houpert Docteur es Lettres (Montreal), instructor: Yvonne Juge. instructor: Norah M. Lenoir, instructor; Janet oss, b. es Lt. (Fans) B.A. (Oxon) M.A. (Toronto) instructor; Idola oaint-Jean, instructor. ROYAL VICTORIA COLLEGE C. Gwendoline Toby, resident as sistant to the warden of the collesre. Thelma Stevens, junior resident assistant to the warden of the college, Norah Lenoir, resident assistant to the warden of the college. Eva Younge, assistant to the warden of the K.V.C at Strathcona Hall. - FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Reappointments: Ernest Brown, posi - retirement appointment as professor of civil engineering; C M. aicrvergow, post - retirement ap pointment as professor of Mechan leal engineering: M. D. O'Shaueh nessy, lecturer and demonstrator in mining engineering; C. C. Lindsay, sessional lecturer in survevine: J. H. Baudoin, demonstrator in Mech anical egineenng; Gordon Webber, instructor in drawing, School Architecture. FACULTY OF LAW. New Appointment: Claude xucnarason, sessional lecturer m taxation law. Reappointments: Chateauguay Perrault, lecturer in civil law (ses sional): W. F. Masklaier. K.C.. ses sional lecturer in civil nrocedure: Gerald Fauteux, K.C., sessional lec turer in criminal law: G. R. W. Owen, sessional lecturer -in civil law. - - . - FACULTY OF DENTISTRY. Reappointments: A. W. Adams, demonstrator, operative dentistry R. B. Bell, demonstrator, dental anatomy; J. N. Blacklock, lecturer, aeniai emics; j. is. juanagan, lecturer, prosthetic dentistry: E. M, Laurin, lecturer, dental history: A. n. winn, demonstrator, orthodontia; M. L. Donigan, lecturer, orthodon tia; p. R. Marchand, . demonstrator, prosthetic dentistry; C. H. P. Moore, l:. . seiier, ana P. rl. Rowe. de monstrators, operative dentistry: E. Russell Ward, and R. E. Dagg, aemonsiraxors, prostneuc dentistry W. . G. StockwelL demonstrator, Weather Report Minimum tures: and maximum tempera Min. Max Jasper ........ Edmonton .... Leth bridge .... Medicine Hat.. Swift Current. Moose Jaw.... Saskatoon .... Battleford 45 80 53 82 53 86 54 96 S3 82 55 81 .. 85 88 52 83 47 81 78 53 . 78 49 73 45 63 62 .. 60 63 77 68 79 63 83 72 82 Lawrence : Prince Albert , Regima ........... Brandon ............ Winnipeg ......... Kenora , Port Arthur..... I, Huntsville Parry Sound....... London , 63 Toronto Kingston .................. Ottawa FORECASTS. Ottawa and Upper St. Moderate to fresh winds. Fair and COOL Lower Lake Region and Georgian Bay: Moderate to fresh winds. Fair and a little cooler. Saturday fair and nroaeraieiy warm. Northwestern Quebec: Fair and comparatively cool. Northern Ontario: Fair and comparatively cool. Lake Superior: Moderate to fresh winds fair and becoming a little warmer. Manitoba and warm. and Saskatchewan : Fair Alberta: Generally fair and warm. June 29, 1944. Abstract from meteorological records. McGill University. Montreal. Height above sea level. 187 feet. , Hour 9 p.m. 11 p.m. 1 a.m. 3 a.m. 5 a.m, 7 a.m. 7fa 84 81 79 78 78 80 Hour 9 a.m. 11 a.m. 1 p.m. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. 7 p.m. Xh.r. 84 88 86 83 82 78 Gn:i Wnthw PoBdttluGt: Fair and decidedly warm. Max., 90; min., 77.1; hum., 65; un, 12.5 hrs.87r'c Sun rises 4.08 a.m.; sun sets 7.46 pjn. (Standard Time). operative and prosthetic dentistry; A. G. Racey. lecturer in Oral patho logy; Matthew Reutcky, T. Ross Murray, and J. w. Morton, demon strators, operative dentistry. DEPARTMENT AND SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION Reappointments: Gladys Bean, in structor; Hay.Finlay. athletics manager; Mrs. H. A. McKean, instructor remediall gymnastics (sessional); Iveagh Munro, physical director for women; Emanuel Orlick, assistant physical director; Joyce Tyrrell, assistant in physical education (sessional); F. M. Van Wagner, assistant physical director; Thelma Wagner, assistant physical director for women. Health officers: Lyla Brown. medical officer for women (sessional); F. J. Tees, honorary consulting surgeon; R. II. M. Hardisty, medi cal consultant Royal Victoria College (post-retirement). MACDONALD COLLEGE ReaDDointments: J. II. Cooner. lecturer in agricultural engineer ing; J. N. Bird, lecturer in agron omy; C. A. V. Barker, lecturer m veterinary science; W. E. Whitehead, lecturer in entomology; A. N. Nussey, lecturer in horticulture: V. B. Ramsay and W. A. Steeves, lecturers in school for teachers; Frank Hanson, lecturer in music in school for teachers; Novah E. Brownrigg and D. J. Seiveright. lecturers in school for teachers; E. C. Irvine, lec turer in mathematics in agriculture ham, instructor in dairying (part time); A. H. Walker, instructor in floriculture; Alice F. Spicer, physical training instructor in the school for teachers (now Mrs. Joedicke): R. A. Chapman, assistant in agricul tural physics: E. S. Morrison, de monstrator in agricultural chemistry; J. J. rl. MCLantocK, demonstrator in entomology; Isabel Honey, Alice Stickwood and H. Daubney, lecturers in household science; D. E. Fowler, assistant in household science. M. F. Davies. headmaster of Mac donald High School; C. E. Armstrong. M. S. Darker. M. M. Drvs- dale, A. C. Grant. J. Schwartz, J. E. Snaden. F. M. Maxwell, M. Maxwell, M. Brayne, and M. Langiey, teachers. Promotions: F. O. Morrison, from lecturer to assistant professor of entomology; N. Nikolaiczuk, from lecturer to assistant professor of poultry husbandry; W. A. DeLong, from assistant professor to associate professor of agricultural chemistry: R. A. Ludwig. from demons trator to lecturer in nlant Dathol- ogy; F. S. Thatcher, from lecturer to assistant proiessor oi agricultural bacteriology. Miscellaneous: Greta ZincK. b.a. (Acadia), assistant warden of Mc Lennan Hall: R. D. Maclennan, warden, Douglas Hall. RESEARCH FELLOWS New appointments: Moritz Mich- aelis, Ph.D. (Wurtzburg), research fellow in agricultural chemistry. Re-appointments: Johannes Holt- freter, Ph.D. (Freiburg), research fellow in zoology: Jean Lunn, b.a M.A.. Ph.D., research fellow in his tory; Hector Mortimer. M.B., Ch.B. (Aberdeen). F.R.C.S. (Ed.), research fellow in endocrinology; Stanley George Smith, B.Sc, Ph.D., research fellow in genetics; William E. Swales, B.VJSc. (Tor.), Ph.D- re search fellow in parasitology. RESEARCH ASSOCIATE New appointments: Samuel B, Baker, B.Sc. (Sir George-Williams college), pn.D .; Joseph A. F. Ciard ner, B.A., (B.C.). Ph.D.; Irving Levi. B.Sc. M.Sc, (Man.), Ph.D.; Leonard Mitchell, B.A., M.A. (B.C.), PhX.; and James M. Pepper. B.A.. M.A.. (B.C.) Ph.D., research associate in chemistry; David Siminovitch, B.Sc, M.Sc Ph-D. research associate in agricultural chemistry; Abranam zucKerman. B.bc (Agr.) Ph.D., research associate in chemis try. - Re-appointments: Catherine F. C Macpherson, B.Sc, (Mount Allison), M.Sc, (Dalhousie), research associ ate in bacteriology; Georges Marie Charles Masson, M.V.D., (Paris), L. es c (Montreal). Ph.D.. research associate in anatomy;' Dorothy Os borne, B.Sc, D. es SC. (MontpeL lier), research associate in biochem istry; Hubert Edmund Woodward, M.Sc. (Sask), Ph.D. (Pittsburgh) researcn associate in Diocnemistry. WARDENS, DIRECTORS, ETC. Mrs. Marian Strang, warden women's residence, Macdonald Col lege: John Bland, director -of the SORRY, IF THERE ICE CREAM TO GO Perhaps you have had difficulties in June. We would have liked to offer you more of this wholesome food, for Joubert's Ice Cream is rich ia Vitamins, Proteins, Calcium tad other important minerals so necessary to good nutrition. These shortages of Ice Cream are quite general. Why do they occur? For three reasons: First We are restricted ia the amount of butterfat tad sugar m e can use for the manufacture of Ice Cream. Second There is a much greater demand for Joubert's Ice Cream than ever before. With dealers on strict rations, this increased demand plays havoc and most dealers run out of Ice Cream before the month ends. " Third To conserve on rubber and gasoline, dealer deliveries - are. restricted. If a dealer runs out cf Ice Cream, he must wait for his next regular delivery day, even though his quota is not yet exhausted. We, of J. J. Joubert Limitee, want to thank all of you our customers and our dealers for the splendid cooperation given us in meeting this shortage situation. We publish these facts concerning the Ice Cream shortage so that all concerned will understand how and why it occurs from time to time. . ' ' " jse School of Architecture; E. F. Beach, director of the School of Commerce; J. B. Coilip, director of the Institute of Endocrinology; G. Lyman Duir, director of the Pathological Institute; R. L. Stehlc, medical librarian; W. W. Francis, Osier librarian; Wilfrid Bovey, director of the extension courses; Alex Sim, secretary of the rural adult education courses; J. F. Mcintosh, secretary of the faculty of medi cine; a. den. Tupper, vice-director and secretary of the Conservator- lum of Music; Mary Mathewson, assistant director of the School for Graduate Nurses; G. R. Lomer, director of the Library School. Ross A. Chapman, warden men's residence at Macdonald College; Guy H Fisk, director of the School of Physiotherapy; Margaret Finley. chief instructress in the School of Physiotherapy; Alice E. Johannsen, assistant curator, Redpath Museum; W. H. Barnes, director of the chemistry building and assistant to the chairman of the department of chemistry; T. H. Clark, acting cura tor of the university museums. POLITICAL SYSTEM ' SEEN REFLECTION (Continued from Page 13.) faith for ourselves alone," he ad monished his listeners. He appealed to the large number of students, including many priests and religious sisters as well as members of the armed forces, to "talk with their fellow citizens about the meaning and importance of Christ s teach ings instead of indulging in a lot of nonsense, or things of secondary importance to the . spiritual- and physical well-being of themselves and others." He stated "Communists talk com munism, atheists talk atheism, lib erals talk liberalism, especially during election time, and Catholics talk sports and movies. He concluded his remarks , with a reference to Christ's interest and His desire to see us interested in His principles being applied to all forms of life, including capital. labor, right and fair distribution of the goods of the earth, government, family life, recreation and our daily problems, for which He usually can iind a solution." Rev. Martin Carrabine. S.J- mod erator of Chicago Inter-Students' Catholic Action, known as Cisca. in nis series oi lectures on Techniques from the New Testament nointed oui mat "j.o men wno lau ana to shepherds who fall. Our Lord- re veals understanding, courage, love. forgiveness and hope. To women wno matte mistakes, who love, who fail, Our Lord reveals understanding, encouragement, recognition of much good work, enticement to good, hope, high ideals." With the war responsible for a lack of mature male "oices for amateur radio production work. Mary Agnes Schroeder, director of the radio workshops at St Louis University and at 'the Queen's work. Sodality secretariate for the United States and Canada, suggested that for the present scrips oe used mat employed few male characters. Saying that radio nroduction should "not be like charity," the speaker stressed it "should not cover a multitude of sins it should not take a first-class script and a first-class cast and emerge with a third-rate product." . Rev. Gerald O. McDonald, S.J., of the Institute of Social Order, during a ictiuic on numan rignts ana inter racial relations stressed that "the guarantee of human rights will be found only in the organized reconstruction of society . on an ethical basis." He stated "human rights. In general, are guaranteed in a good government and laws, sanctioned by the people; an organic social structure and in religion." . "There are no Negro rights as on posed to white rights; only human rights," he said. "Human rights flow from the essential constituents of our nature, not from accidental characteristics. There is no such thing as a Negro's place or a white man's place; only the place of human dignity for anyone who is human. Mere benevolence is human. WAS NOT ENOUGH AROUND IN JUNE 1 in obtaining Joubert's Ice Cream ouirrri Mere benevolence is no substitute, for Justice," he concluded. The history of the cooperative movement in ; the United States, dating back to the arrival of far mers and tradesmen xrom Lurope, more than 100 years ago, was discussed by Miss Mary G. Dooling, A.B., director of the department of LCooperatives and Consumer Edu cation of the Queen s Work. She paid tribute to "the people of Canada and United States, where the cooperative movement is building up new strength for he post-war period, while at the same time, the same movement is condemned and dissolved in countries dominated by the enemy." During her morning lecture, Miss Dooling appealed to the youth of today, to be prepared for the time when they will be called upon to teach others what is now taught to them. The local committee of the SSCA entertained FR. Lord and his staff last night at a special dinner at the Ritz Carlton Hotel, where speakers from the two committees emphasized the need for "continued service in the adult educational field by competent teachers, who understand the problems of young and old alike and who can bring into action certain spiritual forces which become most essential as modern times change not only the material make-up of this world but its spiritual values and their relation to human progress." The Summer School will officially close on Saturday at 4.30 p.m. when Archbishop Joseph Charbon-neau-will officiate at a solemn pontifical benediction, following the last lecture. A record number of 2,000 is expected to attend Saturday's final lectures of the school, which will give the same courses at San Antonio from July 24 to 29. MRS. R. GILBRIDE NAMED Heads Women's, Division of Welfare Campaign Mrs. R. G. Gilbride will head the Women's Division in Welfare Federation's annual campaign for funds which will be held, early this autumn, Victor M. Drury, campaign chairman announced yesterday. Mrs. Gilbride's Division, which comprises approximately 1,500 women volunteer canvanssers, is responsible for the house-to-house canvass during the Campaign. Mrs. Gilbride served as vice-chairman of the Women's Division last year &nd also acted as chairman of the Women's Central District. Previously she had been chairman of Notre Dame de Grace, Western District, and canvassed and assisted in the work of organi- VALID COUPONS Butter Nos. 62. 63, 64, 65. 63. 67. Sugar Nos. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. 24, 25. 26, 27, 28, 29. 30. 31. 32, 33. 34. 35. Coffee or Tea Nos. 14. 15, 18, 17, 18, 19. 20. 21. 22, 23. 24. 25. 26. 27, "28. 29. EI. E2. E3. K4. F.5 E6. T30, T31, T32. T33. T34, T35. Preserves Dl, D2. D3. D4, D5, D6. D7, D8. D9. D10. Dll, D12. D13. D14. D15. D16. D17. D18. D19. D20. D21, D22. Canning Sugar Coupons Fl, F2, F3. F4. F5 valid. (Ration Book 4 now valid.) For Price Ceiling Violations Phone PL. 1281-Local 242. Harold F. Ritchie & Company 1 1 zation in this district for many years. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Welfare Federation. Assisting Mrs. Gilbride as vice-chairman of the division will be th Hon. Mrs. A. K. 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