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J- U Saturday Section M .V-,( - . : V' . THE OTTAWA JOURNAL BATUROAY, AUGUST 18, 1984 InAugU927 Excerpts From the piary of Ethel Chadwick '. " 1 " 1 11 V 1 f" , . . , ,. pmmn wW).ii.,ii4'i a, rij. ,. :i"r nwi 'w iw mwi .u . i m mww '. . ', 'i t S ' '.. . , ., v .' i .. V ' f , I ' . - ' y S v - ' - - . t ' 'V, . " f t K" . - f : . " ' , k i J. , i-i k v " " f 4 ' - ' - 5 -.' -t - r , i - -' Adult Leam-io-Swim Class 'Batting XfOQO' at RA Pool Somt 50,000 bathers hv mtd um of tht twimmlng facilltlM t Uw RA Ctntit ' to far this aeaaon. TM pool eaion. TM pool will M open at toatt tMl Ubor Day. After that. - on the weather. It has bean an exceptionally busy year for the life-' guards who are under the supervision of Hugh O'Neil and BUI Giguera. And people continue to comment on how dean the pool is this year. ' There are actually two RA pools a large L-shaped one , U by 75 feet, and a email shallow one 45 feet square. :"A heating system keeps the water warm even la chilly weather. - it -it "... THE PHOTO HERE shows teenager Daniel Moore, of 145 Echo Drive, doing a Jack-knife dive. ,; For thoaa,wanUng to learn . sstsjMss1MasssMsmsJs The Journars Week-End . Acnoee - vene .. . s au ., iesr M Dm miMW JS-Cyt IS OlM wt IS Thinner If Military ' SMlManS ' IS Sinme 50 aylwilM 51 Omtnt . eef ttit.t SS RMMe nmi Si rut (tun srcrawter SSOK tn at-Ltck at kale So Swftciirt ' mmt S Nagauve SS Caaaa V MaunUM lake as Vantliatee SS avaiuaiiK 101 Maw'a Mm ' MS Siiaaan . sjessajy ssjJ21sliT MrtHlHt m iitywfcsH M tHwrtvM - 4S-Jaa ST-OlumM as Outfit a Frian as aaihia aaa . SS Catwss SIS'll SS Waak ' Sf ' Waataa) aaa ni-SV (a IIS-Laa SS Partiae . B-arn avKT iBBsWIJea,lejl slBJw94f IIS Btata at waanalkintr IIS Sim tt 1ir ) a teal IIS, an IS Paiaaa , Ul la (Ski SB nratka aS Baatree Mm 1ST Traa trtrnk tat Partakim Aaaaa Xfa. . tss-Aiiaat - , , ":: A Report On RA Activities t.. f.j. , 1 T to swim then baa been in struction by experts an Sum- mer. i Classes are held daily In , sessions of two weeks each. ChUdren's classes from to 11.45 s.m. will end next Friday. These classes have been run with groups of about 30 children An each, of four sec-i tiona beginners, juniors, intermediates and seniors. . When the children pees the necessary testa, they receive the appropriate Red Cross , badges. -Adult classes are held weekdays from to 7 p.m. .The progress shown by the ' V T? IIS" DIM IS WtrUiWes : DOWN t eattataa - a yn. i-.Thraa.aa altha a Arm M1 b noa aravn SMak S PalalMr a-Panter laat IB Kin f fakrta 1 Anclan ak aiatria Mlfk aiauntalai tehtflsei U ''' 'M imiita ' SSCammtaa leevHif .1ST Burma Miivae iss oirfe Mine 141 Mthr.t. SMri , lS BmnleM pattN)miit MS I nw 140-fl MS PI 11a Blumuat ' lis Swaical caw II OataM . . 14 war eae - ef 1M- ktvla af ut.warta aa vuaia ss kaira SS oaaana ' ST SS Ptamainaar SI Alhmaaaa waata SB-Cm ' asiakar aivaaal: SB Want . Playlni ' eirl'a 4S emas 4S ImaalM .-' snaa 47 Sntranaa as Tlar SI Claarae S4 i.anaa lai WS eaaarataa, iMth Page . "a,Jfc grownups has really been amazing. In one group of "?5 there were 20 non-swimmers st the beginning of the session and now every, one x w utem can swinv: f, Inehsm of all mrimmln Instruction ts Ann Shipman, & Miss Shipman has 'completed her first year at Teachers' College. She plana to specialize in teaching hard-of-hearing pupils and hopes to become a teacher at 1 the School for the Deaf In Belleville, w; v-' . . : Miss Shipman has Ave assistant swimming Instuctora ell students. They are Ron Running, Ralph Ashman,' Judy Allan, Doug Cowan and Doug Brennan. Even though swimming Instruction may be in progress, part of the pool remains open for those who Just want to swim. - ' Crossword Salar t Trvmsete " ' , as aninae ' ' sa pal aattaa Snthualatw ' SS BlitM 1 . " aliva sr rimarai an ' ' 1.iPraaaaHwaj ' r f tos pamal MuM : . ISS Jaraaa . I ISS Matal aar taatana Mama lis Plnanalal valla mititutlM ' . - IIS frill : 1M On wk ' ' mcitaa ta tarrar mm lie lait aaaiMf Paahlaa ' St Mai ta ; raaaaat BS Miaaivaa " SS-Paaaa tar ) aartran tf Paria at Mat 1 Praaaaltte) S Prtta la eaaaial kwtt ' IS CnatnMtaaa . ri Parent (aallaa.l -IB- CanjaaaftJaaj '.. TT Bnar ataiara la .1 1 wnaa 11B Aatual IS Chaatleae 11 Puta an, a awtnaa us Traneaetlea) in eiai ak tsa Pitch tanaaat eaaaaas aama w- waeara u tnaaat aaa 111 MaM aarrlMa 1 Mala er k) is Okaarva 14 Maaa at eats .. . im na want 1 Claaarsaa MB Man'a alchnam MM-MamaraiMtaa Mr The lea riyina at Aam mamma 1aa-Baaiamtlaa) ' (aaarj SB Beaat at atirtfan ta A atata (aaar.i '. . M Jafea IS Baiiaat t Treat aa an - Sraa' ri araa -Waar ST Ban Mrra in (Kama number) I II la U II I ' "A 11 I I t'':'314 P' P1 I" J14 f P P7 I" iT T lst s f a- "r sr .rzr- iT - Jr T,'3o"---"iirrjr par iTt-r Hit Ttf jr ar--tr---- riT 4 hr Lriwpr-- f -p-TTr "br Ht " rpr t sr -jTr 3- r rW sJ Har $ rHar - r it ,r Htt " r " " L rr it iff T " " " "it " 3" " "T 7" "" lT"rT""r"T"""" " U T" "" kl' " T " l AO? r mi1 " r" jc r ir ; x it it t t "T 'y r 3" T" T "" 'Iii "! " iwa' " " " ' pST ""T'"'".Mi'w'"ivT"'""" " " - - - ijj- py " FBT " iwa' TTnr"""" rff iii - ;ar"" iir iti' etf "7 "t ni nr LJ - la ixt1 t m t ii: - . ,a " " i' p is t "7" jfj " T" T "T " "! I " iJT T "" i4 r" "" ije . I ' Wrwi'4'i4T"""' -a. .m. .air " t v4n r-1 it fr rsr Maaday,. Ag. -Swam In tkt ky St. iawrtnea tbia, afwrnooa. Lovtly hih waves taratndlnt ms of th ml sta at Ksnntbunk. My i slstsr' Roula and '4oa McDougal, who arrived ye terday to stay with Elsie Rowley, came to see me. They drove as far m Quebec, then put their car on the boat. Later we went to tea at the 'Alec Hills In their cottage ofT the Cote St Antdine hill. All Otuwa people, except the Arthur Cannons. r Tuesday. Aug. I I bad Utile cocktail party today for the McDoufals and the Ian Breakeys of Quebec, wha came with the Hugh Flem-- tags with whom they are stay tag. Others were Annie (Mrs. Russell) Blackburn of Ottawa, (who Is at the Menolr with her twin daughters Lome and ' Mary); the Hills, Harriet de Filtch, Emily Francine and Charley Fellow. Sot McDougal made the cocaiaus, ana cne cwj maw (., d-lcicp.tfo cocktails, and the cook made orlncee e"YT' - ' r ii Afterwards, slipped mto ve- ning dress and the McDougsIs drove me up the hill to Elsie Rowley's to dinner. Bridge afterwards. ; . , w Wednesday. Aug. S 'This evening we all drove to St Simeon, for supper on the beach. The McDougats, Flem- IT1 T : t " Picnic lunch at Polnt-au-Perce, Que., ' in August, 1927. Left to right. Miss Chad-, ' wick, Blanche FltzPatrlck, and Freddy Fair - banks', of Montreal. " tags. Breekeys, Elsie, the Jim tag room, with her 'laughters Smellies. Alec Hills and Char- , Mary and Lome.. They Br ley Fellowes. The men made bon-flre. . . end we sat round H on rugs. CockUils. cold chicken, sand- wiches, ; cakes, coffee .and ' claret. ' Occasional showers slightly cramped our style, but : they soon stopped and we ' sang' French Canadian songs. ' Hugh . Fleming, ; though not in kilt, danced a highland fling and waa very funny, -il'r' Afterwards, the cere climb-' ed the hills successfully, a tiny half, moon came out of the clouds, and through the mist we could see Tadoussac to the north. . , Tkanday, Aag. 4 To the village to buy flowers 'to 'eck the cottage for little dinner 1 had tonight. Started walking to tea at Lady FltxPatrick's for' the Breakeys, but Alec Hill picked me up at the golf club and drove me there. . The Billy Erwlns, Flemings, Mrs. Frank' Keraan, Mrs. Georges Vanier, Mr. Alec Buchanan and of course the Fits-Patrick daughters were , the -. guests. , v!'"'-r A- The McDougals, Elsie Row-" ley, Charlie Fellowes and Alee Hill came to my dinner.' Spring chicken, a nice tee. , coffee. CocktaHs first of course.' .. ; r-. - : ;.:-n:.4t:: Stsnday, Ang. T W e k e early and saw a bronte red ' sunrise. After church we drove to the Manotr poof, Watchd the swimmers with the usual , lot. Mrs; Frank Clark, of Quo bee. Just here for the day: came to chat and says she wants to see me If I stay over In Quebec on my way home. She had the Prince of Wales at, their bouse, after the Spencerwood dance, as ter guest. His chief "rush" was staying with. them. ' 'iwSS? ' noon with Mr. and Mrs; Dug-gaa- We had tea .m a large dining room sitting round the table. I was between Hamilton Fish ("Hammy." as they all call him) and a Mr Wilson. Later,1 we went Into the old library, where J saw a miniature of poor Prince Charles Edward, given Miss Nalrne. The Nalmes, ' were Seigneurs of the manor house until Mrs, Nairn, who was a Miss Leslie, left tht place to Mr. Duggan. who left it to his brother, the present r Pauline Vanier, looking very pretty in yellow, came to supper. A glorious, golden evening. The sky full of golden fleecy clouds. Cocktails and a delicious supper. No bridge. We gossiped sbouV Murray jta. ,.j ,1,. u x A SI X 9i fomixi.-AMi To din- ner at the Menolr Richelieu with - Charlie Fellowes, who also had the Joe McDougats. We had cock talk In their rooms, es they are not served In the dining-room. Charlie . ordered champagne. Quite fun. ' Afterwards. 1 Annie Blackburn Joint d us In the draw-- 71 "1 1 . 1 .1 1m pretty young girls, who. are coming out this Autumn. An- nl's sisters Jean and Sheila . McDougall who run dress shop in Montr! are here jelling clothes. ' r . Latr we were Joined by ; group of Montrealers Madame Gaudet. Madame Guy . Boyer, Miss Kane and Jules Hsmel, e noted pianist; and Mr. and Mr. George Wesh-: Ington Stevens, she an Italian.' :y.-'-X;- it Thursday. Aug. II Glorious, cool day, Typical Murray Bay weather. .,; -. , Drove over to the a''. I-bouse whsre I played Bridge at Mary Hill's table for a charity. Elsie Rowley and Amy Smellie were the otherc. , Winifred Erwln at the table beside as, had Mrs. Chapln of New York, Udy Williams Taylor and Brands. Afterwards at tea. talked to Louise Sample, daughter . of Charles Taft, brother of Ex-Pmfdent Taft Eliie drove me mine. Then I took Nonle and PSm Erwln : (Mrs. Meredith Jarvts af Ot- tawa) for a walk on the beach, avoiding the quicksand. La if Blllle Erwln came for Pam. She's a sweet little girt with curly brown hah. '. . i .v'- it ' it it Tlnsrsday, Aug. IS Break-fast In bed, as. usual. Then painted tor a bit on the upper verandah.'. ' v ' .- , , Played a few holes of golf wtth Mary Hill and her dauV i ter Susahne, (Mr, j o S n Graham of Ottawa)1 and Syl- .-via Smellie (Mrs, Charles Ritchie ot Weshington). Two young "not outs." 1 1 V . . ' GATE-CRASHER IN OTTAWA t "Gats-crsshfarg to like rob-bing s bank. You've got to case the placer. . . figure out every angle , . He rambled on with the pride el a perfectionist about ' his strange, aensatkmal; aide,.' tine. .,:u:..:z;::';f;.r j',: A man hailed ss the world's greatest gate crasher. S t a n v Barman, a Brooklyn-born New York taxJ-drtvar, eat relaxed and contentedly over a cup of ' coffee ta a Qun Street res-, taurant. Hi felt good. Just a few hours earlier he bad won him- . self some more publicity, add-' ed to Jus reputotioa. He bed' auccessfully "gatecrashed" the Louis Armstrong show at the Capitol Theetre last week and made an on-... tagl appearance with the leg" endary Satchmo. f ' r (.?.. That wae something be had wanted badly to do. To gatecrash a big name In a new city and In a dlllerent country. ' . . ' ' "GATECRASHING . . . It's like a bug with me. When It ' comes over me I can't, sleep for a couple of weeks until I figure out soma place to gate crash. And until I do It I'm nervous, all keyed up," Berman explained. , He's legitimately friendly, 17 years old. onmarrled. He doesn't smoke or drink. On the outside he's hut an ordinary guy. . . But Inside. It's that "bug" that has momptad him to CTaih mora than 1,00 parties In 4t states and four countries. . A few of' his exploits: He broke Into the Inauguration ball for the lata John F. Kennedy and sat 4S minute unnoticed at the bead table; 4v : ; 'Posed as a bodyguard to meet Queen Elisabeth; Presented aa Academy award to Bob Hope; Broke through guards to, meet Fidel Castro, FDR (Berman waa IT), and .crashed parties for Grace Kelly, Elisabeth Taylor. ' . "It's easier to gate crash la Canada. la the State, they're aways on the lookout for characters like me." Barmen said, pausing momentarily aa be groped for a word to describe hlmaelf. .:. :t , . But for the Armstrong show, he had to move fast and think fast. '" : -3 v - He arrived la Ottawa at T.S p.m. an hour before the show wae slated to start Ha had mlsssd Louis ta Montreal the night before by II minute end drove here. '. '..' " He went straight to a Queen Street restaurant. A quick change Into shabby clothes ta the restaurant washroom. Looking almost like a workman, he tqueesed.his way through the large crowd sad Into the Capitol Theatre without 'a ticket.. The ticket-taker auumed he was a workman, Once Inside, be made enquiries and learned the show would end shortly after II -o'clock. Then . he turned around and went back outside teHIng the ticket-taker he had spilled ' something on his clothes. THINKING On These Things By 1cm Mr. Burnett is on will resume in this space npon his return. mJmM aaLajiA-iiaVjaiaaii aa aa.a .aiiaviJiuiaafcavlia"m , a,,aiini i aa. iija'aa,Aj By Wayne Clark "I'm going home to chang. Now I don't want to pay twice to get In here o remember my face when I get beck," Barmen told the doorman. .- .'.J.j.f- Ti The doorman remembered when Berman returned dress-ad ta - sport coat, clean trousers, tie and shirt So he wss ta again without a ticket He found an empty seat, one of the best In the house In the third row. He waa Just another customer, a Jais fan . . . until Satchmo's performance drew to a dose. , Berman strutted up onto the (tag. . .: ... "Louis, you're great Congratulations from the world's greatest gate-crasher." ; Then, turning to the audience. Berman ssld "Let', I have a big hand for him." 1 Louis got a big band. " But Louis, surprised, called for a hand for Berman. And Je got one too. And Berman marched opt mission complete. ( '.: it it AS HE PROCEEDED down the aisle I grabbed him by the arm. He started to defend his action by saying "press.'' He By MAXWELL RIDDLE ' , Many families take the dog or cat along on vacation. Others board their peta while they are gone. When they re- 1 turn, they are greeted by aa army ef fleas. Families without pets sometimes , are . greeted by the am armies when they re-, turn from vacation. Here are the reasons for this. - Fleas feast on dogs and cat. They do beet on animals which are slightly under norma! for Instance, on, pets which suffer from allergies, or whose skin health baa been injured In soma way or an-other. 'wy,7-...; ' Once, for example, ! watched as a veterinarian put a aickly Springer Spaniel In a , sack, up to Its ears, while using a flea killer. He got more than SM flsaa from that dog. This was a kennel dog,, and there wesnt a flea on any ether dog. ATI had ml-4 grated to the aick dog. . When fleas ere full of blood, and have mated, they bop off ' the dog and find a secluded ' place to deposit their eggs. This can be under the wall board, under the edge of a rug, under the edge of a trunk, or some similar place. " y Sometlmea, they'll leave behind a form ot the bleed they've eaten for the Imma-, tore fleas to feed on. If not, the young ones can find al- ' most microscopic bits of toeeL They grow apace. The warm-: Burnatt----' "vacation, tlis column ' , . . .v '- -. ; - bad thought I was a policeman, he explained later. Out ids ta the theatre lobby he began unveiling his fantastic career, almost ' - un prompted. . .,....' In between explaining escapades, be suggest- ed several times that I give the story to the UPI, Cana-dian Press wire service. Hey wants . publicity, he wants to remain known as "the world's greatest gatecrasher." - " ' " HOW LdNG WILL be continue gate-crashing? ' . "Until someone else can say they've crashed mere things than I have. Or until sons other gate crasher challenge me to something and beats me," be said. ' , Berman will be heard from for aome time. Jerry Lewis Is making a movie about Ber- man's life story, -playing Herman's part using Barman's name. The' contract has already been signed, Berm a n said. . - What's next "I like Canada, to my next affair, might be the Beetles when they hit Meat realt" be warned.' " . v.. ' ..-',' .-. Or . . . maybe a party for President Johnson at the Democratic convention ... or maybe Paris, i more ham Id the weather, the faster they batch That's why the vacationer will sometimes be greeted by a . hungry . mob of hoppers upon his return. People always complain that the fleas don't bower fether. only the babies, the girls, and maybe mama. ) . Of ' course, every , self-respecting flea knows a tender dlsh when be sese one. As the Summer ends, nights grow cold. Then many fleas bop upon the sleeks of people working ta their gardens. They ride indoors knowing ' they'll find warm quarters,,., there. ,.',v. V So particularly In dry.' late August fleas will Invade homes that have no dogs. TMs Is the wey'you rid your , home ot fleas. The little hoppers es : soon as hatched, climb up on chair tegs, or the well to M to 14 tachee. Then they wait for a passing meal on the hoof. ;x . " y y , , Remembering . this,1, treat -each room separately with an aerosol flea spray. Spray rugs, chair lags, along Wall or floor boards, and up to a height ot two feet Keep the . room closed for two hours while all spray settles. " . The spray may not kill the et, or fleas In a cocoon Use. So repeet th t r t-aient three times, at Intervals of five days each. Be sure to treat basement too. , ... ' ' questions . -.-rr;-''; ' ; Hew de dags t0 flmef -' No one Is certain. They may be Influenced, by sun and . varying mount of daylight, and by changes In th amount of ultra violet light .They get unconscious tips from people." And they have aome Inborn mechaniim which, with tram-', tag, helps them, ' v,. ;;-. . xDe yea reCTmmead canned dog feed as a steady diet v r Many such ' . foods have , ' proven themselves a normal 1 malntcnanc diet for a grown dog. Some even carry govern ment certification at auch. t J er. and

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