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PAGE 4 THE EVENING CITIZEN, OTTAWA, ONT. FRIDAY, AUGUST II, 1939. C. P. Pcreira Dead, Was Many Years In Old Interior Dept. Godfrey P. Pereira, retired civil servant and father of Fredi-rlck L. C. Pereira, O.B.E., assistant secretary to the Governor General, died at a local hospital yesterday morning following a short illness. Mr. Pereira was born in Nottinghamshire. England, son of Rev. Henry Wall Pereira and his wife, Agnes Linwood Pereira. Educated in England, he came to Ottawa in the year 1887 and Joined the staff of the Department of the Interior where he remained for over forty years. At the time of his retirement, some nine years ago, he was the comptroller of the timber and grazing branch. Acting Stars Want Full Union Control Kept Within Ranks Associated Pre. Atlantic crry, N.J., Aug. 10. an entire block destroyed several ' Stars of stage and screen argued sheds and their contents and then ! before the American Federation of UUMrl executive council icxiav m Hawkesbury Block Threatened byFire Special to The Citizen HAWKESBURY, Aug. 10. Two families were left homeless to night when fire which threatened A splendid type of Englishman and a great lover of the outdoors, he had a host of friends all over Canada. In his younger days he was much interested in athletics, being a fine oarsman and a keen cricketer. He was a member of the Ottawa Cricket Club for many years and on one occasion represented his club on the Eastern Canadian eleven opposing the Phlladel-phians. Just recently he had become a member of the committee formed in connection with the celebration of the centennial of cricket in 1840 In Ottawa. His love of music and his fine bass voice brought him into association with many musicians in the Capital. He was identified with a number of choirs in the city and was a member of the original Ottawa Choral Society. The late Mr. Pereira was twice married, his first wife being Miss Jane Barnes of London, England. She predeceased him a number of years ago. He married Miss Christine Wilson in 1934. He is survived by his widow; a son, Fred L. C. Pereira; a grand daughter, Mrs. H. P. Dunne, and a great-grandson, Hugh Dunne. Mrs. Andrewlna Ledger, Miss Mar garet Wilson and Mrs. Lyndwode Pereira are sisters-in-law, and Mrs. Marion Pereira Condy, L. H. S. Pereira and Alvarez Pereira are a niece and nephews. The funeral service will be held in the chapel at the funeral home of Hulse and Playfair, 315 McLeod street, at 3.30 p.m., on Saturday. Interment will be at Beechwood cemetery. Former Brockville Lady Passes On in Australia Special to The Cltlaen. BROCKVILLE, Aug. 10. Word was received in Brockville today of the passing In Melbourne, Australia, of Margaret Dargavel, widow of P. B. MacNamara, aged 91 years. Deceased was born In Brockville on June 10, 1848. Following her marriage she resided in England for a number of years where her husband was Canadian trade commissioner In the city of Manchester. About 25 years ago she moved to Australia, taking up residence in Melbourne. Her husband predeceased her many years ago. She leaves one son, Arthur MacNamara of Chicago and one daughter, Lady Fraser, wife of Sir Colin Fraser, a Melbourne industrialist. The late Mrs. MacNamara was an aunt of Mrs. George T. Ful-ford. Her daughter, Lady Fraser, was a visitor at Fulford Place In July and arrived In Melbourne on Wednesday, three days after the death of her mother. Sentenced for Entering Shop in Pembroke Special to The Citizen. PEMBROKE. Aug. 10. Convicted of breaking and entering Frederick Schutt's blacksmith shop and theft of a number of drills and bits, valued at $50, Reginald Vlggers, 21, of Pembroke, was sentenced to three months In jail by Magistrate W. K. MacGregor this afternoon. His brother, Emerson Vlggers, was acquitted. A juvenile pleaded guilty to theft of fishing tackle valued at $25 from William Llpke's boat-house and he was remanded for sentence. Appearing on a charge of theft of fruit and soft drinks from the Pembroke warehouse of the Ottawa Fruit Supply, Omer Ptquette, 18. of Pembroke, was given suspended sentence. Cuts Foot With Axe 'NORTH GOWER, Aug. 10. Delmer Perkins of Malakoff cut spread to adjoining houses at 8 and 10 Regent street west before being brought under control by the local volunteer fire brigade under Chief Pierre Bertrand and the Hawkesbury Lumber Company brigade. The fire is believed to have started in a warehouse owned by Isaac Mlndle of Montreal in which was a large quantity of wood and second-hand tires, valued in the neighborhood of $1,200, partially j covered by insurance. The fire then spread to another shed and house owned by Mindle and occupied by Oscar Lacelle. Damage here amounted to $500. The greatest loss was suffered by Abraham Leroux, whose home was completely destroyed. His loss is $2,000. Fire Chief Pierre Bertrand lives nearby and his garage was damaged by flames. He estimated his loss at $200. The fire is believed to have been caused by combustion or possibly by children playing in the sheds. It was first noticed by Abraham Leroux and his son, Leonard, who were eating supper shortly after 6 p.m. Smelling smoke, they rushed out and put in the alarm. They were able with the help of neighbors to save their furniture, as did the Lacelles. The loss is nearly covered by insurance. OBITUARY MRS. GEORGE THOMPSON Special to The Citizen. EGANVILLE, Aug. 10. Following a lengthy illness, the death of Mrs. George Thompson occurred at the home of her daughter. Mrs,. Thomas Mills, on Wednesday. Formerly Hannah Boland, she was born in County Armagh, Ireland, 85 years ago. She came with her parents to Canada, settling in Douglas. In 1873 she married Oeorge Thompson and came to reside in Egan-ville. Surviving are three sons, William, Robert and Carson of Okotoks, Alta., and three daughters, Mrs. Joseph Styles of Bus-sano, Alta.; Mrs. Charles Stuart of Douglas, and Mrs. Thos. Mills of Eganville; one brother, Tobias Boland of Pembroke, and one sister, Miss Isobel Boland of Hartford. Conn. The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. to St. John's Anglican church. MISS CELLMEAU WAY. Special to Th Citizen. SHAWVILLE, Aug. 10. After a brief illness the death occurred Wednesday at the Shawville Com munity hospital of Celimeau Way daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Way, Sandy Creek, Aldfleld town ship, about 40 miles north of here She was 16 years of age. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon from Hayes' undertak ing parlors to Maple Grove cemetery, Shawville. Rev. A. Downing, Portage du Fort Pentecostal church will conduct the service. Left to mourn her passing, be sides the parents, are three sisters, Hazel, Elsie and Edith, and one brother, Oswald, all at home. JOHN PURDY. Word has been received of the passing at Sudbury of John Purdy, brother of the late William Purdy. Mr. Purdy was born at Dacre, 66 years ago and with his family came to Blackburn at an early age. For the last 15 years he lived in Sudbury. Besides his widow, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. M. Sloan and Miss Mary Purdy of Kirk land Lake and one son, George M. of Sudbury. MRS. JENNIE HASKINS. Special to The Citizen. KEMPTVILLE, Aug. 10. The death of Mrs. Jennie Haskins of Oxford township took place at her home this morning following only a short illness. She was born in keep full union control of acting within actors' ranks, with a strike their threat of an alternative. Unable to complete the hearing despite a night session, the council announced It would make known its decision at 2 p.m. E.D.T. tomorrow. The course of the American Federation of Actors, embracing vaudeville, night club an6 circus performers, will depend on the nine council members' decision. A subsidiary of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America until expelled, the AFA. holds a charter from the International Alliance of Theatrical State Employes, the "Stagehands" Union. Called Bare -Faced Raid. In a speech for delivery before the council, Frank Oillmore, president of the 4-A, described the stagehands' adoption of the vaudeville actors as a bare-faced raid," and "demanded" that the I.A.T.S.E. be ordered to drop the AFA. Those favoring the stand taken by the 4-A were reported unofficially to have presented their side first in closed conference. Sophie Tucker, president of the A.F.A., Harry Rlchman, vice-president, and Ralph Whitehead, executive secretary, followed as did representatives of the Stagehands' Union. Prepared to Strike. Kenneth Thomson, executive secretary of the Screen Actors Guild, let it be known his organization, a branch of the 4-A, was prepared to strike if the council upheld the alliance between the vaudeville actors and the stage hands. "When I left Hollywood," he said, "we had 3,500 signed strike pledges, and they were coming In by the basketful." Thomson said the 4-A had uncovered historical proof of its right to complete jurisdiction over actors. Previously, William Green, president of the AF.L., said his office had been unable to unearth any documentary definition of the 4-A's Jurisdiction. The railroad station and airport were crowded with spectators and autograph-seekers when the two contingents of actors arrived. In the delegations were Tallulah Bankhead, Jean Muir, Peggy Wood, Lawrence Tibbett, Edward Arnold, Blnnie Barnes, Wayne Morris, Mischa Auer, Henry Hull, Lucille Gleason, Larry Steers, Fredric March, Miriam Hopkins and Ralph Morgan. Renfrew Horticultural Society Names President Special to The Evening Citizen. RENFREW, Aug. 10. At a meeting of the directors of the Renfrew Horticultural Society held in the office of agricultural representative F. Q. Dench here Tuesday night, it was decided to hold the annual August flower show in the Trinity auditorium on Aug. 18. Mrs. J. M. George, vice-president, was in the chair. James Mc-Kee of the Dominion Experimental Farm will be asked to act as Judge of the show. The election of a new president for the society was also carried out. W. J. Smlthers, new manager of the local branch of the Bank of Montreal was appointed to succeed K. S. Russell, who has left Renfrew. Mr. Smlthers was not present at the meeting but It is understood he is willing to accept the post. F. Tyndall Named Queen's Head Coach- On The Air Saturday Canadian Press KINGSTON, Ont., Aug. 10.--Frank Tyndall of Syracuse, N.Y.. a star middle-flying wing with Toronto Argonauts In 1934 and 1935. has been appointed head coach of Queen's University football team, it was announced today. Tyndall succeeds Ted Reeve, Toronto newspaper columnist recent ly appointed coach Of Montreal CBO Sport Scorea and market quo Koyais m tne mtei provincial' tauons. I Union. 8.00 p.m. 1 The university athletic board tBO-orch. mbsj. also announced it had asked Fran ; era - l "- 5.00 p.m. fBO Celtic Ceilidh. crcr WJZ Orchestra (NBC). CKAC Tea Time; i.lS-Mualcale. 5.30 p.m. CBO CFCF, WJZ Dane orch. to 6.00 CBO off 5 4S) CKAC Program (CBB). S.45 p.m. at 2.30 p.m. D.S.T. Interment will his right foot with an axe on ! be in the Oxford Mills cemetery. Tuesday while repairing a fence on the farm of his father, William South March WI. Special to The Cltlaen. STTTTSVILLE, Aug. 10. Mem bers of Stlttsvllle Women's Institute were guests of South March branch at their regular meeting at the town hall on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Albert Kennedy, president, was assisted by the secretary, Miss Laura Foley. The current events were given by Mis. J. Pilon, and a paper was contributed by Miss Lillian Reld. Oxford and was In her 81st year. ! During the business session ap-Left to mourn are one daughter, ! plications were requested for en-Mrs. William Dangerfleld of Ox-Jroiment In the St. Johns Ambu-ford township; a brother, James lance course. nnvlricnn nt Rharhnt T aim TUft . . . , j . ............ ,,.,r. m Mrs. J. A. uavioson, nnrauai . ,. . .K ,,, . . ,. funeral will be held on sat.nrriav ! . i Z eMttn. winning to the tune of 9-0. Ladies J Ul IU1 WMlwutiv - ,, r ... . -. . ui wic .it . , j . act vcu nuui'ri lu over three hundred guests. A dance was held in the evening in the parish hall. The president of the C.W.L., Mrs. Patrick Moran. was in charge. Breen of Toronto and Dr. Harry Batstone of Kingston to act as honorary coaches. Batstone and Leadley were two of the outstanding backflelders m the country when they played for Queen's. Pembroke Ball Team Enters First Place Special to Tha Citizen. PEMBROKE, Ont., Aug. 10. With Bud Zadow driving in our of their rum, Pembroke defeated Kganvllle, 5-3 here tonight to win their last stand In the Renfrew County Bisebali League and go Into first place, one game ahead of Renfrew, who have one more to play. Coming to bat with the btf.ee full in the first Inning, Zadow laced out a double to left to clear the sacus, and In the third he tripled over the center fielders heatr, driving in one run. II Cohen's double scored McPhee with the last Pembroke run In the fifth. The teams: EganvUle-Joe Neville, If; McHugh. 3b; W. Neville, c: Deloughery, p; A. Neville, cf; Jim Neville, sa; Calbeck, 2b Walsh, lb; Miller, rf. Pembroke Denauit. ss and cf; St. Pierre, rf; McPhee. 3b; B. Cohen, c; E Cohen. 2b; Zadow. lb; Carmlchael. cf; Keon. ss; Holllnger, If; Mau, If; Blackburn, p. Umpires: McCann and Gallagher. Score by Innings: Eganville 000 300 003 7 5 Pembroke 301 010 Ox S 1 2 Miss E. Atkinson Speaker At Metcalfe W.I. Meeting METCALFE, Aug. 11. A Joint meeting of Kenmore, Vernon and Metcalfe Women's Institutes was held in the town hall at Metcalfe on Wednesday afternoon. An address was given by Miss E. Atkinson of the Department of Health, Toronto. Mrs. E. Cowan, district president, also spoke briefly. Other items on the program included vocal solos by Miss Doris Dempsey of Vernon, accompanied by Mrs. J. D. Crerar, and by Miss Bessie Stanley of Metcalfe, accompanied by Mrs. S. H. Bishop. Mrs. K. Dalgllsh, Kenmore, contributed two readings. Mrs. Roy McKeown, president of the local branch, presided. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Robt. McKeown, Mrs. M. Whiteside, Mrs. F. R. Stanley, Mrs. J. H. Craig. Walsh Gillan Special to The Evening Citizen. RENFREW, Aug. 10. The Presbyterian church here was the scene of a pretty August wedding yesterday afternoon, when Margaret Evelyn Gillan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gillan of Renfrew, was married to Russel Earl Walsh, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Miller of Renfrew. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Dr. Home of Renfrew. The bride was attired in a floor-length gown of white chiffon over suede with a jacket. She wore a white turban anti accessories and carried an arm bouquet of gladioli and babies' breath. The bridesmaid, Miss Marion Gillan, sister of the bride, wore a floor length model of robin's egg blue taffeta, with a white picture hat and accessories. She also carried an arm boquet of gladioli and babies' breath. Best man was James Phillips. Following the ceremony the bridal party motored to Ottawa for a wedding dinner, returning in the evening to attend a reception in Preen's Hall. Later they left by motor for Ogdensburg and points in the eastern United Static thp hrirlp t.ravpllinff In MM figured sheer with white accessories. The couple will reside in Renfrew. 6.15 p.m. CBO News. CFCF News. CKAC Program (CBS). 6.30 p.m. CBO Icl L'on Chante. crcr Renfrew rt the Mounted, sketch. CKAC Ralph Martin' orch. 7.00 p.m. CBO The Little Rvu. CKCF Musicale. CKAC International Varieties to 7.30. WABC Americans at Work to 7.30. WEAF Jan Savltt'a orch. WJZ Message of Israel to 7.30. 7.15 p.m. CBO Musical program. 7.30 p.m. CBO, WEAF Dance orch. to 8 00 CFCF Program (NBC). CKAC French program. WEAF To be announced. WJZ. WOY Unci Jim.' Question Bee to 8.00. WABC County Seat. 7.4S p.m CBO, WEAF Glen MUler's orch. CKCF Program (WJZ). CKAC French program. 8.00 p.m. CBO Dance orch. (NBC). CKCF, wj. uance orcn. CKAC, WABC Orrln Tucker s orch. WEAF. WTIC, WOY Iom Hollywood Today, variety. WON Heidelberg Concert orch. WOR Topical Serenade. WLW Renfro Valley folk. 8.30 p.m. CBO, WOR Hawaii Calls to J.00. CFCF, WJZ Brent Hous. dramatlo series. CKAC, WABC Prof. Quia with Bob Trout. WEAF, WT1C, WGY, WLW Variety, with Red Skelton, comedian; Edna StlllwelL vocalists, orch., directed by Bob Strong. Del King. m.c. and guests to 9.00. WCN Joe Relchman's orch. to 8.00. 9.00 p.m. CBO Leon Zuckert's orch. CFCF Of snips and Men; 9.15-Buddy Payne, organist. CKAC Radio Theater. WABC Your Hit Parade; Mark War-now's orch. and vocalists to .45. WEAF. WTIC, WGY VOX Pop. WJZ, WLW Barn Dance to 10.00. WGN Grant Park Concert. WOR Fiesta Time. 9.30 p.m. CBO Military Band, conducted by Alan Jeffrey. CKAC Les Dlables Rouges. WEAF, WTIC, WGY Arch Oboler' Plays. WGN News ana sports. WOR Hollywood Whispers. 9.45 p.m. CFCF Studio Program. WABC Music in the Air. WGN Griff Williams' orch. WOR Dance orch. CKAC Melodies; 11.43-KrfrsrltUMfit Time. l.oo p.m. CBO, WEAF Norman Cloutler orch. crcF Melodies. CKAC Instrumental Varieties. 1.S0 p.m. CBO Program iNHO. Crcr. W J 7. continental Varieties. CKAC. WABC Walbeig Blown Strings. 100 p.m. CBO Chamber music CFCF, WJZ National high chool orchestra. CKAC Frtnch program. 2.30 p.m. CBO Devotional servic. CFCF. WJZ Treasure trails of song. CKAC, WABC Going South. 3.00 p.m. CBO. CKAC. WABC Columbia Broad casting 8ymphony. conducted by How- I ara Barlow to 4.0Q. (program annus unavailable 1 CFCF, WJZ Melodies for Milady; 3 15 A Bookman Wotebook 3.30 p.m. tTCr, WJZ Allen Roth Presents. 4.00 p.m. CBO Berwick Camp Meeting CKAC, WABC - Musical uus program. CKCF, WJZ National Vesper. 4.30 p.m. . CBO -Tapestry Musicale. CKAC, WABC Syncopation Piece from Bt. Louis. CKCF Porta of Call. 5.00 p.m. CBO Church of the Air. CFCr, WJZ H. R. Bauckhage, Wash-Intou Commenator; 5 IS, Olenn Miller s orch. CKAC, WABC The World Today. 5.30 p.m.-CBO Horace MncEwan, CFCF Studio program. CKAC Symphonctte. pianlEt. Calabogie Field Day Special to The Citizen. CALABOGIE, Aug. 10. Organized by Rev. J. K. O'Brien, assisted by a committee composed of Jack Culhane, M. J. O'Brien, Jr., Dan Moran, J. L. Legree, a field day was held on Wednesday afternoon. The program consisted of a baseball game between Pembroke Columbus Boys' Club, and Calabogie All Stars, the former afternoon from her late residence j y.I.. presided for the program to the Oxford Mills United church i which consisted of a oaDer on Perkins. The wound required five slitches by Dr. H. G. F. Blair. Steamship Movements ARRIVED. Vancouver, Aug. . Duchee of Richmond on eruUe. CHERBOURO. Aug. 10,-New York irom New York. QLASOOW, Aug. 10 - Cameron. a from New York PLYMOUTH, Aug. 10. -- Statendam from New York. SOUTHAMPTON. Aug. 10 -Preldent Hrdlng from New York. SAILED CHERBOURG, Aug. 9. -Aqultanla for New York. HAVRE and SOUTHAMPTON, Aug. 9.-NdrmTW fr New York. SOUTHAMPTON, Aug. . -Aqultanla for New 1'virk. TRANSATLANTIC MAILS. B.8. "Empress of Britain," via Quebec, will close at 10.30 p.m., August 11. Air Mail. Via Shediac will close at 11.15 a.m, registers 11.00 a.m., August 11. Crossword Puzzle Answer Ml DMA:b E E m m Bt .i :-;JJ2 N All D ST I OWNlSlbT ;. aRI S1MBS DCPBA: tltBL k1 a' n a k' aIsJBm A MRS. ELIZA J. MOODIE Mrs. Eliza Jane Moodle, widow of David Moodie, and one of the oldest residents of Manotlck. died yesterday at her home at the age of 90 years. Mrs. Moodle suffered a fracture of the right hip about three years ago from which she never fully recovered. However, It was not until about ten days ago that her condition became critical. Her passing removes a link with the pioneer days of this district. Born in Gloucester township, .she was a daughter of pioneer nock, who were among the first to farm in that area. Following her marriage she took up residence In l.imebank, Ont., living there until '27 years ago, when she made her home In Manotlck. Her husband predeceased her over a year ago. Surviving are two sons, Allan and Ernest, both of Manotick, and five daughters, Mrs. James Rowatt, Long Island locks, near Manotlck; Mrs, E. Pettaplece, Winnipeg; Mrs. Margaret Oamble, Llmebank, Ont.; Mrs. Joseph Wattcrson, Ottawa, and Miss Lulu at home. On the celebration of her 90th birthday, March 21, Mrs. Moodie received the best wishes of her many friends throughout the community. Her chief Interests were her church and home. She worshipped at the Manotlck United church. The funeral will take place from her late home to Manotlck United church for service today at 2 p.m. i Standard 'limn Burial will he In Johnson's Corners terVetery. "Home Savers"; monologue, Miss Fay Bradley; recitation. Miss Gloria Bradley; tap dancing. Misses Doreen McCaffrey and Claire Bradley; Mrs. F. J. Bradley was accompanist. A questionnaire on home difficulties was conducted. A paper on salads, with demonstrations of the finished products was contributed by Mrs. J. Mull. A pie contest conducted by Mrs. J. Davidson, resulted in the group composed of Miss Lillian Reld, Mrs. G. McCaffrey. Mrs. T. Bell and Mrs. M. Potter, winning the prize. Appreciation to South March W.I. was voiced by the visiting president. Mrs. Bjron Boyd. Refreshments were served and a social hour spent. Clayton W.I. Special to The Cltlaen. CLAYTON, Aug. 10. The Women's Institute held their August meeting in the community hall with Mrs. David Munro In the chair, assisted by the lecretary, Mrs. John Currie. A discussion was held regarding the distribution of quilts. It was decided to hold the annual "Bt home" in October. Readings were given by Helen Code and Jeanetta Virgin. Mrs. J. Currie, Mrs. Herbert Rath and Mrs. Oordon Dry-man sang selections. Miss Margaret Rtntoul, one of this month's brides, was presented with gifts from the members of the branch. The gifts were ar- O.Y.B. Field Dav STITTSVILLE, Aug. 10. Under the auspices of the Orange Young Britons, provincial grand lodge for Ontario East, the annual field day and rally will be held at the athletic grounds here on Saturday. A program of sports has been arranged, including a Softball tournament with dancing throughout the day. Addresses will be given by several prominent speakers of the order; also 6. C. Hudson, grand master of Loyal Ixidge for Ontario East. Carlsbad W. 1. CARLSBAD SPRINOS. Aug. 11. The regular meeting of the local Women's Institute was held at the home of Mrs. R. J. Ramsay. The president, Mrs. S. McNabb, was in charge of the meeting, assisted by the secretary, Miss L. Cameron. Current events were given by Mrs. W. Ebbs. A demonstration on bandaging was given by Mrs. Jas. Mlson, and a talk and demonstration on needle craft by Mrs. Kelly of Almonte. An appeal In the Interest of the blind was given by the Rev. Mr. Hamilton of Ottawa. 10.00 p.m. CBO, WOR Symphonic Strings. CFCF, WJZ Barney Rapp'a orch. to 10.30. CKAC Donnea Mol Une Chance. WEAF, WTIC, WGY, WLW Benny Goodman's orch.; Bert Parks, m.c, ind Louise robin, soloist to 10.30. WGN Dance orch. 10.15 p.m. CKAC, WABC The West Remember, program from San Francisco's ralr to 10.45. 10.30 p.m. CBO. WOR Music By Moonlight. CFCF, WJZ Al tnahu' orch. to 11.00. WEAF, WTIC, WGYGray Gordon's WGN Steve Leonard's orch. to 11.U0. WLW Boone County Jamboree. WOR Muslo by MoouliRht. 10.45 p.m. CKAC French Program. WABC Armchair Adventures. 11.00 p.m. CBO News. WABC News. WJZ News; ll.OS-Tommy Dorsal's orch. WEAF Joseph Rtnes' orch to 11.30. WGY News. UOS-Danc music. WTIC News. WGN Enrlc Madrlguera' orch. WLW Castle farm orch. WOR News. 11.15 p.m. CBO Random Rhythm. CFCF Program (WJZ). CKAC, WABC Del Courtney's orch. WGY, WGN, WLW Joe Rtnes' orch. WGN, WOR Dance orch. WOR Ted Flo Rlto's orch. 11.30 p.m. CBO Don Turner's orch. CFCF, WJZ Phil Levant orch. CKAC, WABC Barry Wood's orch. WEAF. WTIC Horace Heldf orch to 12.30. WGY Bruce Becker' orch. WGN Dick Jurgen's orch. WLW Orch. WOR Dance Orch. 12 midnight CFCF, WJZ Little Jack Little's orch. CKAC, WABC Jack Jenny orch. WGN, WOR Dance orch. WGY Dance orch. WLW News: 12.15-Orch. 12.30 a.m. CFCF. WJZ Jan Savltt's orch. CKAC, WABC Sammy Kaye'a orch. WEAF, WTIC, WGY Ray Nobles orch. WGN. WOR Joe Relchman's orch. WLW Dane orch. 1.00 a.m. CKAC, WABC Henry King orch. WON, WOR Dsnre orch. WLW Dane orch. 1.30 a.m. CKAC, WABC Hsrry Owen's orch. WGN, WOR Paul Pandarvis' orch. WLW Moon River, poems and mulc. WTIC Program IWEAF). 5.45 p.m. CBO Ernesto Vlncl. baritone. CFCF Musicale. CKAC Studio FrogTam. 6.00 p.m. CBO Canadian Grenadier Guard,' Band. CFCF Charlie Chan, sketch. CKAC, WABC Soap - Box Derby broadcast, from Akron, Ohio. 6.30 p.m. CBO The World Today, discussion. CFCF Newscast. CKAC The Ambassador. 6.45 p.m. CBO Orch. (NBC). CFCF Captains of Industry. 7.00 p.m. CBO CBC Singers, directed by Albert Whitehead. CFCF, WJZ Special Broadcast from Brussels, Belgium. CKAC French program; 7.15 - Joon et Josette. WABC The Alibi Club, audlenc participation program. WEAF, WTIC, WGY, WLW Ths Ald-rlch Family, starring Ezra Stone. 7.30 p.m. CBO Ten Musical Maids CFCF, WEAF. WTIC, WGY Bandwagonto 8.00. CKAC Concert orch. WJZ Radio Guild Dramas. WABC Musical Playhouse, with Jane FToman. Jan Peerce, Erno Rapce's orch. and chorus to 8.00. 10.30 p.m. CBO By tli 8e. CFCF, WJZ Chccrlo, Inspirational talk und music. CKAC Eton Bov.i. songs. WAUC Kal ten born Edit the New. 10.45 p.m. CKAC French program. WABC US. Army Maneuvers, dls-UHtOOl, 11.00 p.m. CBO-News WEAF, WTIC News; 11.05, Johnny MiKriT It orcn. WABC Count Baale's orch. WJZ News; 11.05-Nooci gistela orch. -to 11.30 WCN Enrlc Madrlguera orch. WGY News. WLW Dance orch. WOR News. 11.15 p.m. CBO Roberto Woods, baritone. CKAC Program (CBS). WTIC Program (WEAF). WGY Recordings to midnight. WGN Dance orch. WOR Shep Fields' orch to 1145; 11.45, Everett Hoagland's orch. 11.30 p.m. CBO Star Bright": drama, with the John Holden Plavers. CKAC. WABC Henry King orch. WJZ Phil Levant's orch. WEAF, WTIC Olenn Miller' orch. WCN Griff Williams' orch. WLW Dance orch. 12 midnight CKAC, WABC Sterling Young's orch. WEAF, WTIC, WGY Buddy Rogers' orch. WJZ Fats Waller's orch. WLW News: 12.05-Program (WEAF). WGN, WOR-Harry James' orch. orch. 12.30 a.m. CKAC. WABC Van Alexander's orch. WEAF, WTIC, WGY Artl Shaw's orch. WGN, WOR Jchnnle Davis' orch. WLW Orch. WJZ George Olsen's orch. Shortwave SATURDAY 7.45 p.m. CKAC L'Inrormatlon Litteralre et Musicale. 8.00 p.m. CBO, WJZ NBC orchestra, directed by Izler Solomon to 9.00. The pro- program: Beethoven's Variations "La Cl Darem La Mano"; Ravel's Suite "Le Tombeau de Couperln "; Tschalkovsky s Overture Fantasia, Romeo and Juliet ; Van Vactor's "Passacaglla and Fugue In D Minor. ' CFCF, WEAF, WTIC, WGY, WLW Big Show with Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Dorothy Lamour, Nelson Eddy, Don Ameche, m.c ; Joan Blondell, guest to 9.00. CKAC L'Heure Provlnclale to 9.00, WABC The Adventures of Ellery Quomi to S.OO. WGN Heidelberg Concert orch : 8.15, Joe Kelchmans orcn. WOR Design for Melody. 8.30 p.m. WGN Steven Leouard's orch.: 8.45-Capltol Comment. WOR Goldman Band Concert from the Mall, Central Park, New York city. The program: First Movement, Unfinished Symphony Schubert Choral and Fugue Bach O Don Fatale Verdi Cornet Solo Leonard B. Smith. March, The Golden Oate Goldman March. The Chimes of Liberty Goldman 9.00 p.m. CBO Appointment with Agostlnl. CFCF, WEAF, WTIC, WGY Manhattan Merry-Go-Round. CKAC, WABC Summer Hour, with James Melton, Prancla Whit and Don Voorhees' orch to 10.00. WJZ, WLW Hollywood Playhouse. WGN Your Sunday Date. WOR "New York Town." Ed Master, m.c. 9.30 p.m. CBO Organ recital, J. A. Bernler to 10.00. CFCF, WEAF, WTIC, WGY Album of K-amlllar Music to 10.00. WJZ, WLW Walter Wlnchell. WGN News and Sports. WOR Studio Program 9.45 p.m. WGN Johnnie Davis' orch. WJZ, WLW Irene Rich In a sketch. 10.00 p.m. CBO Music from Manuscript. CFCF, WJZ Grant Park Concert. CKAC, WABC "Let's Go to th Fair." WEAF, WTIC, WGY, WLW Sunset Bymphony Concert, directed by Rudolph Oanz to 11.00. The program: Wotan's Farewell and Fire Music, from "Die Walkerle" Wagner Spring Pastorale Mrs. Howe Sand Mrs. Howe Artist's Life Strauss Italian Caprice Tschalkovsky WGN. WOR The Good Will Hour. ENGLAND. (Eastern Diyllght Saving Time) 25.53 Meters. 7 20 p.m. Sport news. 7.25 p.m. "Stanelir Crazy Cruise ." 8.30 p m. Big Ben. News. 9.00 p.m. John Goss and the London Singers. 9.30 p.m. Play. 10.00 p.m. Prank Laffltte. pianist. 10.45 p.m. "Stop Dsnclng." 11.15 p.m. Variety program. 19.S6, 25.53, 31.55 Meters. 10.40 p.m. Sports news. 12.0C mldnlght Big Ben. News. 12.15 a.m. Traditional Irish Songs. North (ower Moiirm Passing of Mrs. Craig NORTH GOWER, Aug. 10. North Qower and vicinity honored the memory of Mrs. James E. Craig, who died at her home here on Monday, at the funeral service conducted in Holy Trinity Angli can church, North Gower, on Wednesday afternoon. Burial was made in the Anglican cemetery. The rector, Rev. C. C. Phillips, conducted the service; the lesson was read by Rev. E. W. B, Richards of Smiths Falls, and the closing prayers were said by Rev. L. J. F. MacMorine of Kars. Th sermon was preached by Rev. Canon E. A. Johnston, clerical secretary of the synod of Ottawa. Rev. Mr. Richards and Rev. Canon Johnston were formerly rectors of the parish. Floral tributes were received from the Women's Guild, the Women's Association and the, A.Y.P.A. of Holy Trinily church, St. Stephen's church, Westmount, Que., and from the staff of the securities department of the Bank of Montreal. Grace Clara Craig was th daughter of Rev. Anthony J. O'Loughlin, for ten years rector of North Gower parish. Mrs. Craig' was born in Kingston in September, 1856. She came to North Gower in 1874. On June 19, 1878, she married James E. Craig. Mrs. Craig, in earlier years, took a prominent part in community effort, especially in the work of the Anglican church. During the last war Mrs. Craig was president of the Red Cross Society In North Gower. Surviving are five sons and three daughters, Clarence of Edmonton, Ethel, Anthony and Beverley at home, Mrs. Allen Bradley of Carsonby, Augustus ot Montreal, Stuart of Kars, and Mrs. R. N. Jago of North Gower: also one sister, Mrs. S. S. Scovll J of Kenora. She also leaves twelvt grandchildren. BERLIN. DJB, 19.H Meters; DJD, 25.49 Meters. (Eastern Daylight Saving Time) 5.50 p.m. German Folk Song. 5.55 p.m.Dally Events. 8.00 p.m. The Grimm Brothers. 6.15 p.m. Parade of Instruments. 6.45 p.m. News in German. 7.00 p.m. News In English. 7.15 p.m. Dance Music. 8.30 p.m. Today In Germany. 9.00 p.m. News In German. 9.15 p.m. News In English. 10.00 p.m. Through the Alps by Bus. 10.15 p.m. Around the World. 11.15 p.m. News In German. 11.30 p.m. News In English. 11.45 p.m. Greetings to Our Listeners. SUNDAY Light ENGLAND. (Eastern Daylight Saving Time) 30.98 Meters. 10.00 a.m. Big Ben. Rae Jenkins' Trio. 10.15 a.m. Band music. 11.00 a jn. Iso Ellnson .pianist. 11.30 .a.m Children's service. 12.00 noon News. 12.20 p m. Sports talk. 12.30 p.m. Trolse and His Mandoliers. 12.55 p.m Saturday sport. IS.86, 19.80, 25.53 Meters. 1.25 pm. Recordings. 1.30 p m. S ydney Crooke's Quartet. 2,00 p.m. Big Ben. News. 2.ao p.m. Sports talk. 2.30 p.m. Newsletter In Afrikaans. 2.50 p.m. Recordings. 2.55 p.m. Bells and Empire Service. 3.45 p.m. Joan Davles. pianist. 4.00 p.m. Philip Martell's Orch. 5.05 p.m. News. 5.25 p.m. Sports talk. 5.35 p.m. Joshua alazler. violinist. 5.45 p.m. Fred Hartley's Sextet. 6.15 p.m. "Trust a Woman"; play. 6.45 p.m. Epilogue 25.53 Meters. 7.20 p.m. "The Thirty-Nine Steps ." 7.50 pm Kenneth Sydney Baynes Orch. 8.30 p.m. Big Ben. News. 8.50 p.m. Bells and Empire service. 9.40 p.m. "Memory Test." 19.66, 25.53, 31.55 Meters. 10.40 p.m. Sports talk. 10.50 p.m. "Trust a Woman"; play. 11.20 p.m. Phil Park, organist. 12.00 midnight Big Ben. News. 12 20 a.m. Epilogue. Frothblowers Leading Smiths Falls Playoff Special to The Citizen, SMITHS FALLS, Ont., Aug. 10.-Ai six hundred fans howled their delight, the Frothblowers Jumped Into the lead in the Town Softball League seml-ftnat series, here tonight, defeating the fast Atlronto club, 21-13, ih one of th heaviest hitting games ever witnessed on the local diamond. Highlights ot the game, the third in the best-of-flv series, were homers by Elmer and Tad) Doyle, the latter collecting two. Fourth and fifth games of the serie will be played on Friday and Saturday nights. The teams: Frothblowers Imeson. ss; McGlad, rf; Elmer Doyle, 2b; Mills, If; Curran. 3b; Egan, rf; Code, c, Louks, lb; Cassell, p. Atlronto Jim Muldoon. se; c. Doyle, 2b; Row. rf; Louks, If; Ed Muldoon, cf; Saunders. 3b; McCrum, c; Anderson, p; Nell, p; Sharpe replaced Doyle in ninth. Umpires: Bausch, plate; Burrow, bases. Score by Innings: R. H. B. Frothblowers 302 073 20421 16 4 Atlronto 003 021 24113 13 I BERLIN. DJB, 19.74 Meters; DJD, 25.49 Meters (Eastern Daylight Saving Time) 5.50 p.m. German Folk Song. 5.55 p.m.Dally Events. 6.00 p.m. Children's Hour. 6.15 p.m. Band Music. 6.45 p.m. News In German. 7.00 p.m. News In English. 7.15 p.m. Recordings. 8.30 p.m. Sports Review. 9.00 p.m. News In German. 9.15 p.m. News in English. 9.30 p.m. Variety Concert. 9.45 pm. Special Transmission U.S.A. 10.00 p.m. Sunday Evening' Program 10.15 p.m. Sunday Concert. 11.15 p.m. News In German. 11.30 p.m. News In English. 11.43 p.m. Greetings to Our Listeners Tourists at Brockville Special to The Cltlaen. BROCKVILLE, Aug. 10. A party of 115 from Chicago resi dents visited Brockville today as an organized touring group party arrived by train from Mont Antrim W.I. Members Entertain Husbands Special to The Cltlien. KINBTJRN, Aug. 10. Antrim Women's Institute members had their husbands as guests at their August meeting at the home of Clifford Green on Wednesday evening. Professor William Drum-mond of the Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, was guest speaker. He spoke on agriculture. Mrs. Nelson Higginson presided, and assisted by the secretary, Mrs, E. Owens, for a brief business session. It was decided that the in stitute place exhibits at the Central Canada Exhibition and also at Pakenham, Fitzroy and Carp fairs. Miss Martha SfM-snn anrf AflTcM Elizabeth Sparrow directed a program. Those taking part included the Misses Jane Boyle and Dorothy Murray of Arnprior, Mrs. Wm. Drummond of Guelph, Master Kenneth Green, Miss Isobel Sparrow and Mr. R. Landry of Al to monte. The accompanists wer Miss Boyle and Mrs. Stuart Hudson. Mrs. Drummond. Miss Boylei and Miss Murray were presented with arm bouquets of gladioli by the junior girls, Mary Story. Betty; Stewart and Marion Steen. Gets Westport Contract Special to The Citizen. BROCKVILLE, Aug. 10 W. H, The Code, Smiths Falls, was today awarded a contract for the con real at noon had luncheon and i struction of 5.000 yards of bitu proceeded for a tour of the Thou- ' minous pavement in Westport. sand Islands before continuing The contract was awarded by the their journey by train to Toronto County Road Commission which late this afternoon. I met at the courthouse here. Sunday (All Time Eastern Daylight Saving) 10.00 a.m. crcr, WJZ NBC Dane orch. and vocalist. CKAC Gospel Service. 10.30 a m CKAC A L'Operette. crcr. WJZ Russian Melodies. 11.00 a.m. crcr, WJZ New: ll.OS, Land ol Make-Bellev. children' program. 11.15 -Neighbor Nell. CKAC String Ensemble. 11.30 a.m. crcr, WJZ Southernaires. CKAC, WABC Major Bowes' Capital Family to 12.30. 12 Noon CBO Walter Logan' Uuilcal. crcr Music Hall of th Air String Orchestra with Robert Wed. bart-tont, and Harold Bennett, flautist. 12.30 p.m. CBO, WABC salt Lk City Tabtr-nacle Choir. (vananoqne Man Ksrapeg GANANOQUE, Ont., Aug. 10. - ranged In a decorated basket and J Ignace Drlscoll jumped to safety presented to the bride by Misses 1 from the blazing cab of his milk Wllma Hlntoul and Pearl Barr. I truck when the gasoline tank ex-Mi Rtntoul thanked the mem-1 ploded today. He received only bers. In charge were Mrs. D. slight bums. The truck was Munro, Mrs. R. Paul, Mrs. J. wrecked when it careened on over Currie and Mis. ' yilltam Rintoul. a 20-foot bank. THX'RSDAY SPECIAL INDIVIDUAL CHICKEN POT PIE FILL COCRSE Aft. DINNER Wl Weldon J. Graham Limited M SPARKS ST. Us "Coca-Cola" belongs in your refrigerator at home You enjoy ice-cold "Coca-Cola" every place else; why not at home, too. The whole family will welcome Its pure refreshment. Get a six-bottle carton and pre-cool the bottles before serving. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED

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