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to C"X' X 1 i J i 1 , .. ' O U'k IX. STRAUSS OPERETTA - Dagmar Koller and Erwin V. Gross are teen in the , Viennese production of Wiener Blut (Vienna Life) '. which will be presented in the Capitol Theatre Sept. 1 and 2. Thii operetta was the last work of Johann Strauss, who died shortly before its premiere. The show is coming to Ottawa under auspices of Trent, blay Concerts. ' Youth Orchestra Conductor Named 1 ' 4 1 niBar vrmtjtc I ' III mm ', JAMES HARGREAVES . James H. Hargreaves, head of the music department of Glebe Collegiate, has been appointed conductor and director of music of the Ottawa Youth Orchestra. M. Hargreaves is a graduate of Trinity College of Music. London, England, and of Kneller "-Hatl. "where, he received the medal awarded by the "Philhar monic Society of London to the outstanding ' musician at the school. Before coming to Ot tawa he taught and conducted in schools in the Toronto area. Dirk Keetbaas Sr., . well known Ottawa musician, has been named to the new post o' -assistant instructor. He will train the string section of the orchestra. An ambitious" program 01 concerts is planned for the coming season. PLACE WREATH , , WHITBY. England (CP) - A party from the Canadian destroyer Victoriaville Friday placed a memorial -wreath at the monument to explorer Capt James Cook in this Northern England port town, Lt-Cmdr. A. J. Norman, the ship's com manding officer, beaded the party of M ratings and cadets. RflJlQITIflM Sunday Evening Carillon Program The following program will be presented by Robert Don-nell. Dominion Carillonneur. on the Peace Tower Carillon Sunday evening at nine o'clock: Attvalta Prttt Much . ... ... ,Marelaaoh Puaa for Carillon Mm" Saa Otwyn iirM alaetlona: - ai ralhar at rlaavaa J uyw Ibi Panlt Antlw - InasaOa let Spirit IX marcy. -' truth and kkv - Wrbba Slnfoala tn A Minor Haadrl Baauaat Toccata - Frracohaldl Srnnadr Orleo Rondo lor Carillon K. Ulmn Srrrnada lor String' Walu Tacrialkovaky 0 Canada and Ood Sava lha production of the Dylan Thomas play, Under Mini Wood, which opens Thursday at Le Hibou coffee house. The. play is being presented by an Ottawa group called Upstart Productions. Jl wm ne offered Aug. 27 to 30 and Sept 3 to 6, with performances beginning promptly at 8.30. The oroduction win uxs me form of a dramatized reading. In the cast are Barry Karp, Bob Welch, Aline VanDine, Frank Abel. Rachel BrameM, Allison Picker d, Rosemary Gunnill and Dennis Grant Richard Globe is -assistant, to the director and the set has been designed by Bernard Hamelin. Dvlan Thomas finished Under Milk .Wood shortly before Us death in 1953, and it has been called his masterpiece. a s The. Fantasticka, which' had a recent run ot six nights at (he Riverside Hotel's Rib Room, Jupp Group At Lakeside Bill Jupp's orchestra will give a second Jazs concert at Lakeside Gardens, . Britannia Park, tomorrow . evening at eight o'clock. . Tne group or 17 Ottawa musicians was beard at Lake side two weeks ago. - The program win be com posed, mainly of well known tunes. It wju include arrangements and compositions by Mr. Jupp and some Eddie Sauter arrangements. .s.y- Old standarda wilt include I Married An Angel, My Funny Valentine, Cherokee, and en arrangement of Imagination by Champ Champagne, baas player in the orchestra. -. HEY! 't - NEW STAMP - - Commemorating the pre-Confederation Quebec Conference in 1864, this new five-cent stamp will be issued Sept 9. The maple leaf and hand holding the quill symbol. it agreements reached et the conference. The- stamp will be printed in red and brown. .-' . I CP-Journal Phots) V6U KNOW YOU CAN UOTA WATER TAXI TO THE TDT7 ... - a oars txAvB 6oNrrNDoosxT to ams raoMi . is, son labsooat sioos , aw -Vj" t. DOCK AT WKIOX STATION til-. ; ). OATB 1 AT TUB fcX. ' HIIC i ' BOMB fAJtBINO AVASMH-I W v 1 v CAIHUIIIIUH 4. ftaa Skaaa awar aatra laailliaal aari tm Mtk tka Wawi O raor tualaiil illnliil S-aar . Sanaa e K taat ruMii r -' - O rinliHli naliai HiiHtial kHakaa - 1 .. ; - S mrt aasatr at kial A Bfrtriaian aU-TI new aaS 'a'F ytoytv III ntn larra Sat la In am uma Mai af Mt Baana ." e aat a al M aaa) ta T' T"" ? wtoinar. . . Just think) Tfcla kaaatllaj kaaae arrf all that (on witk It tor arUr (l at B StOBB TICStBTB TOO BUT TS)B MOBS) ' : , orroMUKitus to mm . w . Tkkstg Sale at ExbMtloa Grcajads Onryt Te BxlilWUoo haaae a aVaUehtruDy dtffarant , . . a" nfctve taaiUMtka tawa iM coantrr . Witt ba Srawa itar ta traait at Cae OraaSKanS ea aterear Nlfkt. Aiuj-SS. ,. . . , Yae mn4 aae be aa tke Itwti ta W atltiW le Wkt . . ... . ' Total Value Aayraxknatalr SJt.toe " . ' Ttckat aalas Vr otuwa shriaa Ctak , l .at mm KmklalUaa (taaaaa. . ,.-;;',:"''.' , CO tMBOtJaBT TUB OtsaxAT HOMB WBSK TOO . . i , - isrt tmm -sx- fat t ; THE OTTAWA JOURNAL SPENCERVILLE WOMAN I Foresaw Flag 24 Years Ago For one Ottawa 'area woman the great flag debate has suddenly taken on added significance. I Twenty I- four years ago Mrs. Dean Huhter of Spencerville, formerly Clara Froom, design ed a flag while attending Ot tawa Teachers College. But she had long since forgotten about it. CAUGHT EYE This design caught the eye of a former classmate, Dorothy Theatre News Tim Bond is directing the will be presented in Glebe Collegiate auditorium Sept. 11 and 12. . John Raymond will take over the role of the young boy previously played by John Cowie. " Director of the production is John Buss. -v Allen of Kemptville.. while she and friends wer reminiscing over their old year book. Thinking it would be of interest, she sent It to. The Journal. Mrs.' Hunter was told ot the find. r "Well ..r iI'm so overwhelm-l ed I don't Mow what to say, was her surprised reaction. "I don't know what prompted It at the time. I had forgotten IJ about it until you 'called." she said. By way of explanation it was pointed out to her that her design" was not only similar to the one currently tn vogue but. with the fleur d lis it approximated the design Just suggested by Opposition Leader Diefenbaker. The Inclusion of the fleur de lis brought the comment from Trade Minister Sharp that it was "a clumsy and gratuitous piece of appeasement a bone Efifi jwitraaKi STf ySJ thrown to a troublesome min ority." Not enthusiastic about bacom ing embroiled . m the political controversy, Mrs. Hunter said "the design probably came out TWENTY-FOUR YEARS TOO SOON Twenty-four yeart ago, Mrs. Dean Hunter, of Spencerville, formerly CMra Froom, drew this flag design, while attending Ottawa Normal School Little did she know at that time Just how topical her concept of the national flag would become. Gil STARTING MONDAY, AUGUST 24 SHOW ADMISSION - Ristrvcd Scats $3.00 - S2.50 $2.00 - $1.50 . RED SKELTOII SHOW . ADMISSION RESERVXD SEATS ' 1';: 'u'' . Matinee $2.00 $1.0 $1.00 -'' , Evenings $1.00 XiO . $2.00 . AND , J f li . NIP Nl ! jl ft : tamaia'a aaaal ttaitat - j aa alt-tut nuaraci nuaracaua.' NELSON Tha waalar al aatk aalarenuki. tfearaauta m rttSdr tkt rmleaaar aa Kane KaefcKlikiipsar krUaat , raa tea et tka aHtt Sraaatla akeva at 1 , k, t " Caalnl Oaaaaa Bskmuta kli'aSkL ,iV'.-:.' ' ' at eaa taal klaiarr. Drat mtm kl ta aun arauakta. , REMEMBER r- Srlel Matinee 2J0 TODAY SATURDAY. AUGUST 22, 1984 of our social studies as an at tempt at displaying unify I g forces m the country. Really that was pretty good foresight, don't you think' Twenty . fouryears later It was. . . ' (Jh a, . . STUDENT HARVEST HAVANA v (Reuters) ' 1,000 university students lro,n Havana will go to tuna s Orients Pmyince next, mbnlh to help harvest, the cotiee crop. The students will leave lor Orients Sept 1 and , spend several weeks in the mountains gathering coffee, seooeeeeeo E eoeeeeoeooj i aiaatl fe!WllaHI OTTAWA j WBSTOATI SMOrPINO miiTii nsaii a teeeeeeoeeeeeeoooooeoej ELMVALE Shopping Cntr St Laurent Blvd. at Smyth Road Where something is always going on lira NOW UNTIL AUGUST 29th PRESENTS EACH EVENING AT 8.30 P.M. REBAl IDHSSIOI TO 680UXDS, BOC V. . M Jk af W T L , ' .'., v ;:irvku ..' .V"f V- - 'V-'- J f - f if : t 1 m SV : .aSBS . - i i " ij 1 y - ' -,- , - !N SW I i A" ' ' ys . .... most popular stars of Ulevlslon. Aiidy Wil liams Is equally at asa singing a tender love sons or ' belting out a show stopper. Andy headlines this two-hour spectacular which promises to be the entertainment value of the year . . . Plenty of good seats still available Don't miss this show! - LADIES' DAY TUESDAY, AUGUST 25 All ladles admitted to the grounds free of charge until IM pm. rEE. admisaioa to special Grandstand lashioa show produced by C CAfLAN LTD. interesting Rraeilons and jrahiable prizes Fred Davis, Toby Taraow, Kahn TtneU Horn. HORSE SHOW-NOW UNTIL AUG. 28 Pisssuted each evening la the Coliseum. " Shows start IM pan. Special matinee show Friday, Aug. 2 at IM pjn. Beautiful horses . . . Thrilling Jump elaases. The Horse Show Is a must on your 'Exhibition list. ZWEIFEL'S BIGGEST LITTLE CIRCUS ON EARTH A raaaarkaMe markaasaas rlma ta aiatatara, aatetBtS la H aaala. ceatalaa M.aa 1. MlaMaal kwaaeiaf ta tlana. tee karara, S.SM aataaala aa4 t,aa riaaraa, amaar af wklck ate saaSiUae attar raal alrcaa varfaraaara. , , . . CHILDREN'S DAY -M0N. AUG. 24 SaaeUI arirrt far rklMna'aatal S.Se eav Chile m mm4n If faarCaf .. wtM ka aaailttas ta tka names tfae at akari tkraatkaat tka aattra aartad at tba BaalMttaa. - I ' s 'ft CAR AWARD EACH EVENING r, One eack alght of the Ejthibrtioa. Every admission ticket makes yoa eligible to wbv Car award announced from the BsadsheD 114 each evening. Ttckot, tMlder Must ctami'ear not later than II JO tame evening. You must be est the grounds to win. , ., ':' ,; -:' ' ..'w.-'''V.:S,;; .'.," Y1i . ' D0NX MISS THE BIG "EX" -"WE'LL SHOW YOU MORE IN '64" 4 - !