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Civil Air Routes Include Washington To Ottawa line Prime MinUter Mackenzie King today announced the terms of an agreement reached between Canada and. the United State on - civil air routes connecting the two countries, including routes to . Alaska. Negotiations between representatives of the two governments took place in New York - in the latter part of January and, as was announced by the two delegations at that time, agree .mem was reached as to the air - routes which each country should operate. The two governments have accepted the proposals . agreed on by their delegations 7 - and have embodied (them In an exchange of notes of February 17, " 1M3. The agreement follows the standard form for bilateral agree-. ments approved at the Chicago . International Civil Aviation Con-. ; ferenc and Is designed to prevent discriminatory practices and - to ensure equality of treatment. The routes, which will be operat- . a by the airlines of each country, art listed in the annex . to the : agreement . In addition to the .Toronto-New York route now operated by Trans-Canada Air lines, Canada is entitled to - operate the following routes: Halifax-Boston. , Toronto-Cleveland. : Toronto-Chicago. Port Arthur-Duluth. . ; Vietoria-SeatUe. ' Whltehorse-Falrbanks. . ; . New routes which the United ; ' States is entitled to operate, in -addition to the eight now being . flown, re: New York or Boston-Quebec New York-Ottawa. . Washington - Montreal and Ottawa. . SeatUe-Whitehorse. Until the Two Freedoms Agreement comes Into force, each Government grants the first two free- - doms of the air to the airlines of -the other, namely, the right to Cy across it territory without , landing, and the right to land for non-tratfic purposes. Tilden and Flynn Winners at Doubles NEW YORK, Feb. 18. W) A erowdfof 3,000 saw Big Bill ..''Tilden, EttoI Flynn, rated movie-dom's best racquet wielder, and - others clash in a benefit show here - Saturday night. Tilden, who recently observed his 32nd birthday, hooked up - with Flynn in a doubles match against Vlnnle Richards, Tllden's old partner, and John Nogrady. ' The latter pair won In straight . ' sets. 6-2, 6-3. In singles contests, ' Tilden defeated Richards, 6-4, then divided with Nogrady, who took the first set. 7-5. then bowed - to the veteran by 6-3. ' It was estimated that some $7,- 000 was realized for funds which ' go toward distribution of pack ages to Armed Services. ; Flynn'i racquet was auctioned off for 6800. Returned by the bidder. Flynn s and Tilden "s racquets together brought another i 6500. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Lied Cars Wanted WE PAY CASH For late model used cars preferably Fords, Mercury, Chevrolet!, Plymouth, Dodges. CAMPBELL , MOTORS SATi, 1(6 Slater SL Tel. t-Htl FEBRUARY CLEARANCE VICTOR REFRIGERATOR REGULAR SPECIAL . at $84.50 $69.00 IS SPARKS ST. 3-8601 CtXIXD TENDERS addressed to the w undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Physical Metallurgy Research Laboratories. Booth St.. Ottawa. Addition to Building "C". will be re-ccired until S m. (E.D.8.T.). Wednesday. February 2S. 145, for the construction of an Addition to Building -C at the Physical Metallurgy Research Laboratories, Booth St, Ottawa. Ontario. Plans and specification can be seen and forms of tender obtained at the offices of the Chief Architect. Department of Public Works. Ottawa, the Supervising Architect. 30 Adelaide street East. Toronto. - Ontario, and the Supervising Architect. ISO St. Paul street West, Montreal. P.Q. . Tenders will not be considered unless made on the forms supplied by the Department and in accordance with the conditions set forth therein. Each tender must be accompanied by a certified cheque on a chartered bank in Canada, payable o the order of the Honourable the Minister of Public Works, equal to 10 per ' cant of the amount of the tender, or Bearer Bonds of the Dominion of Canada or of the Canadian National Railway Company., and its constituent. companies, unconaiuonauy guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Dominion of Canada, or the aforementioned bonds and a certified - cheque If required to make up an odd amount. Note The Department, through the Oiler Architects office will supply blue-prints and specification of the Work on deposit of a sum of 82300 to the form of a certified bank cheque payable to the order of the Minister of Public Works. The deposit will be released on return of the blueprints and specification within a ' month from the date of reception of tenders. If not returned within that period the deposit will be forfeited. By order. -J. M. SOMZRVXLLE. Secretary. Dr"rtment of Public Works. -C:u, rebruary 13. 1S4S. LT. ALLAN A. HARRING TON, U.S. Army Air Corps, son- tn-law of Mayor Lewis, who has arrived back in Canada after more than two years overseas as a night fighter pilot. Mrs. Harrington, the former Elda Lewis, went to Montreal yesterday to meet him. and they are expected back In OtUwa shortly.. Lieut Harring ton distinguished himself as a fighter pilot, shooting down a number of enemy 'planes. He served with the Cougar R.C.A.F Squadron to complete a tour of operations. 60 Priests Continued from Pag One. Father Cosgrave said the Jap anese garrison had remained in one wing of the college, while permitting the priests and refu-cees to occupy another. Monday, another tense day on the fringe of the battle area, the Japanese stormed into the priests' room. Father Cosgre've- reported. He said the religious group and refugees were Just finishing a simple lunch. The officer screamed something, then fired point-blank with a pistol. Then the Japanese soldiers charged Into the sobbing, terrified throng of victims, firing guns and slashing right and left with their bayonets. ' Today the bodies lay where they fell in the blood-smeared interior of what once was a modern college near the Rizal star-dium. Some, caught In the first volley, tumbled in the dining room. Others evidently raced out Into the first floor hallway. They were cut down after running a few steps. ' : Still others reached the stairway and started upward toward the chapel. Many failed to reach it and were slaughtered' on the stairs or collapsed into a pile at the bottom. One Filipino woman lay on the stairs, her head on her outstretched hand. . Killed In ChapeL But others reached the chapel before the Japanese killed them. at the doorway and even before the altar. Their blood was thick on the floor and. walls of this quiet sane tuary. Father Cosgrave escaped in a dramatic way.' After the first attack he found himself under two or three others. He remained there until 10 o'clock that night Then, when all was quiet, he crawled painfully up the stairs into the chapel where he hid be neath the altar. Father Cosrrave had been bay oneted twice In the chest. He remained beneath the altar for a week, living on water drained from flower vases and wafers used for Holy Communion. He frequently crawled from his hiding 'place to administer Extreme Unction to those .who were dying from wounds. "I believe only eight or 10 survived of the 70 In the college", said the Australian priest who was superior of his order in Manila. He had been permitted to remain out of internment to look after his church property. Nearly half of the victims were women and children, many of them babies who died while reaching toward the protection of tneir parents' hands. Some had been bayoneted re peatedly. RENEW SUBSIDY. TORONTO Feb.. 10 The. On. tario Government has prepared legislation to renew last year's SIJSS a Ion lunr het anhalriv in an effort to encourage increased sugar beet acreage in the province from 19,000 acres In 1944 to 40 000 acres in 1945. NET PROFIT DOWN TORONTO. Feb. 19. Cosmos imperial Mills, Limited, Hamil ton. Ont. todav reDorted net nrnf it of $147,269 for the year 1944 compared witn 1 158,43a in 1943 net wonting capital was ? 1,788 044 compared with 11,654,113 the end of 1943. at MRS. ALFRED PHILIPPE. Following a lengthy illness. Mrs. Alfred Philippe died on Saturday at her residence, 122 Slater street, in her 69th year. Born at Carlsbad Springs on February 29, 1876, she was the former Delia Menard, daughter of the late Jean Menard and his wife Marie Simoneau. She was educated at Carlsbad Springs and married Alfred Philippe there in 1895. She' came to Ottawa with her husband 30 years ago and had resided here since. She was a member of Christ the King Church. Surviving, besides her husband, are six sons, Emile, Arthur, Albert. Raoul, Josepbat and Laurent, all of Ottawa; four daughters, Mrs. D. Janveau, Mrs. V. Pilon, Mrs. E. Fournler and Mrs. R. Jette. all of Ottawa; three brothers, Ulric Menard, Carlsbad Springs; Oscar Menard, Hull, and Eugene Menard, Saskatchewan; four sisters, Mrs. O. Beaudln and Mrs. J. Mallen, of Utlca, N.Y.; Mrs. F. Lalonde and Mrs. N. TJagenals, of Hull; 27 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The body is resting at 122 r Slater street from where the fu neral will Je held on Tuesday morning to Christ the King Church for requiem high mass at 8 o'clock. Interment will take lace in Notre Dm. rmtery. Canada and U.S. Agree on Use Of Air Routes Prime MinUter Mackenzie King announced today that a wartime agreement has been reached with the United States Government regarding military air transport routes operated by one country over the territory of the other. The agreement replaces a number of special arrangements deal ing with particular routes and for. the most part provides for a con tinuation of the practices wntcn the two governments have adopted to aid the prosecution of the war by granting all necessary facilities to transport aircraft op erated by or on behalf of the Armed Forces of Canada and the United States. These aircraft of either country may use all airway facilities in the other country along the routes which they are now flying. Considerations of military security prevent the publication of these routes at present. The agree ment provides that civil airlines operating under contract with the Armed Forces shall display no identifying markings advertising the name of a commercial airline. No traffic originating in or des tined to points in Canada will be carried for reward or, hire on aircraft operated by or on behalf of the Armed Forces of the United States, though they are permitted to carry revenue traffic through Canada if it originates in and is destined to points outside Canada. The agreement is for the dura tion of the war subject to termina tion at any time on six months' notice by either government. All rights acquired by either government terminate at the end of the war. Lennard Re-elected O.R.F.U. President TORONTO, Feb. 19. CP) Frank E. Lennard, of Dundas, Ont, was re-elected president of the Ontario Rugby Football Union at Its annual meeting Saturday. Harold Bailey, of Toronto, was re-elected secretary. The union decided to recommend to the Canadian Rugby Union,' which holds its . annual meeting Saturday, that the single point for a kick to the deadline be abolished. However, the single point for a rouge would be retained. A similar recommendation is being made by the Quebec Rugby Football Union. Jockey Killed On Mexico Track AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico, Feb. 18. (if) Jockey John Har- rell, 24. Miami, Fla., was killed today during the running of the second race at the Hipodrome de Tijuana track. Sargent Sworn In To Replace Pearkes VANCOUVER, Feb. 19. (CP) Brig. D. R. Sargent was formally sworn in today as temporary general officer commanding in chief of. the Canadian . Army's Pacific Command, succeeding Major Gen. Pearkes, V.C., whose retirement was announced last week., Brig. Sargent assumed the new post in a ceremony at Jericho Beach station in Vancouver. Gen. Pearkes has not announced any plans. He still Is op the active list and is attached to a district depot at Vancouver., LEAPS 223 FEET. LAKE PLACID, N.Y, Feb. 18. 0P Merrill Barby, Brattle-boro, VL, leaped 223 feet on the second round of the 24th annual Invitation ski jump today to de feat Lt. Art Devlin, former Ameri can titleholder, for the second time this season. v Pierre Jalbert, of the Canadian Officers' Training School at Laval, Que., was third. . His best distance was 213 feet and his point score 143.9. Sets New Record. LAKE PLACID, N.Y, Feb. 18. fP) Jacques Amyot, of Volrie Ski Club,' Quebec, smashed the event record in the seven-mile cross-country race' of the 24th annual invitation ski tournament at Lake Placid Club Saturday. His time of 49 minutes, 18 seconds over the fast run broke the record by nearly three minutes. He was followed by Pierre Desy, ateo of Volrie Cliib, in 49.40. Third place in the lS-man field was taken by Ernie McCulloch, Trols Rivieres Ski Club, Quebec, in 50.55. MISS MARGARET McKENDRY. Miss . Margaret McKendry, 89, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William McKendry, who were among the first pioneer residents of Osgoode township, died In an Ottawa hospital today following an Illness of seven weeks. Her passing will be mourned by many residents of Ottawa and district who began their education under her tuitorihip. When Miss McKendry retired from teaching school,' she made her home with her brother, the late John McKendry, of Vernon, Ont, and about 15 years ago took up residence in Metcalfe, where she lived up until the time of her illness. She was- a member . of the Baptist Church, and was a life member of the Home' Mission Board. Miss McKendry was the last surviving member of a family of seven, and leaves several nieces and nephews. .Funeral service will be conducted by Rev. George Edwards at the Hulse & Playfair Chapel, 315 McLeod street on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. The body will rest in Pinecrest cemetery vault until Spring, when interment will be made at Springhiil cemetery. Air Force Casualties The R.CA.F. today issued Its 1120th casualty, list of the war. Fit. Lt. Gordon Ross Forbes, whose wife lives at 418 Somerset street West, Ottawa, was reported seri ously Injured. FO, Harold Kenneth Fralr, of North Bay, is reported missing after air operations, j Following Is the latest list-with homes of next-of-kin: OVERSEAS. MISSING AFTER AIR OPERATIONS. PRAM, Harold Kenneth, TO., North Bay. PREVIOUSLY MISSING NOW TOR OFFICIAL PURPOSES PRESUMED DEAD. BARAN. Michael. PO.. Hamilton. BEACH. Roy Bernard. WO.. Toronto. CAMERON. Douglas Newlends. TO.. Winnipeg. CARRUTHERS. George William. PO.. Dauphin. LUNNEY. vernal Norwood. PO.. Winnipeg. TAYLOR. Glenn William. PO.. Grafton. Ont. WILSON. Sidney Albert. PO. Guelpb. DANGEROUSLY INJURED ON ACTIVE SERVICE. MALCOLM. Donald Andrew Charles. Fit. Lieut.. New Glasgow. DANGEROUSLY ILL. ALLMAN. Kenneth Gordon. PO.. Toronto. I SERIOUSLY INJURED ON ACTIVE SERVICE. ANGLTN, William George. TO, Belleville. BAIN. James Hepburn, Fit Lieut.. Medicine Hat. FORBES, Gordon Ross, PH. Meat., Mrs. G. R. Ferbes (wife), 418 Somerset W., Ottawa. HARDING. John Robert, DT C. PO., Windsor. HIBBERT. William Reginald. TO., Sioux Lookout. CANADA. PREVIOUSLY MISSING ON ACTIVE SERVICE NOW FOR OFFICIAL PURPOSES PRESUMED DEAD. MURPHY: John Benedict. PO., Ballina. County Mayo. Eire. . OLIVER, Douglas. Sgt., Durham. Eng. r Mrs. Rachel Niduvitch Dies at Age 76 A prominent figure In market gardening, Mrs. Rachel Niduvitch. 70, died on Saturday in Ottawa Civic Hospital. For 40 years, she and her late husband, Solomon Niduvitch, conducted a large vegetable marketing business at 298 McArthur Road, Eastview, known as Niduvitch Gardens. On his death In 1938, Mrs. Niduvitch continued the business. She was born near Odessa, Russia and came to Canada S3 years ago, and most of her life was spent In the Ottawa district She is survived by six sons, Jacob and Michael, of Montreal; Leeb,' Detroit; Alex., Cornwall; Oscar and Abraham, of Ottawa; three daughters, Mrs. M. Widder, Ottawa, and Rebecca and Esther Niduvitch, at home. Eighteen grandchildren, and five greatgrandchildren also survived. The funeral was on Sunday afternoon- at the parlors of Gau-thler and Company, with Rev. A. Weiss officiating. - Burial was in the Jewish cemetery. Metcalfe Road. MISS. JENNIE. TEMPLETON. Miss Jennie Templeton. resi dent of the Westboro district, died on Saturday at the residence of her cousin, Mrs. S. L. T. Mc Knight, First avenue, McKellar townsite. Miss Templeton, who ' was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Templeton, was born in Ireland and came to Canada in her infancy and resided in Ottawa and district since. She attended Westboro United Church. . She is survived by two brothers, Harry Templeton, of the Naval Service Department, Ottawa, and one sister. Mrs. F. C. Gamble, Winnipeg. The funeral will be from the residence oi Mrs. McKnight on Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock.. Interment will be in Beechwood cemetery. ... WITHOUT A COL. 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Roundup 10.30 Don Turner. 11.00 BBC News. 11.15 From Scotland. 1 ! .30 Saludoa Amigoe. 13.00 News. WEAF-NBC. SCS Kilocycles. 7 00 Supper Club. 7.15 News. 7.30 Carolyn Gilbert 7.45 News. 8.00 Cavalcade: 8 30 Flrannr Sleher. 8 00 Telephone Hour. 8 30 Information Pleaee. 10 00 Percy Faith. 10 30 "Doctor 1. Q." 11.00 News. 11.15 Harkness. 11.30 Playhouse. 12.00 News. . CKCO OTTAWA. 1318 Kilocycles. 8.00 News. 8.10 Candlelight. 8.45 Sweet Music. 7.00 Lum and Abner. 7.15 Civil Service. 7.30 Tomorrow. 7.45 Rex Battle. 8.00 Sir Ernest Mac-Mlllan. 8.30 Blind Date. A 00 CKCO Sextette: S 30 Information Please. 10.00 Contented Hur. 10.30 War Without End 11.00 Newt. WJZ-BI.UF.. 778 Kilocycles. 7 00 Home It Abroad 7 15 News. 7.30 I -one Range. 8 0O From Overseas. 8 13 Lum A- Abner: 8 30 Blind Date. 8.00 Ed. Wynn Show . 8 30 Spotlight Banda 10.00 Guy Lombardo. 10.30 Quiz. 11.00 News. 11.15 John Cart trio 11.30 Saludos Amlgos. 12.00 News. WAHC-CBS. Kilocycles. 7 00 Jack Klrkwood. 7.13 Hedda Hopper. CK AC-MONTREAL. 13 Kilocycles. 7.00 Des Sports. 7.05 Musical. 7.15 Le Vagabond. 7 30 Mol J'AI Dlt Ca? 7 45 Hollywood. .8.00 Les Amours de Tl-Jos. 8.30 Le Cafe-Concert. Proposes Conference Or Wage Minimums, Labor Minister Mitchell announced Sunday he has asked Provincial Ministers of Labor to consider the desirability of conferring with him on proposals to give provincial authorities great Itching, Burning, Stinging Eczema or Silt Rheum Eczema, or salt rheum as it is commonly called, is one of the most painful of all skin troubles. The intense burning, itching and smarting, especially at night, or when the affected part is exposed to heat, or the hands placed in hot water are most un- Dearanie, ana renei is aisuiy . , , . . , The relief offered by Burdock Blood Bitters is based on the taowledge that such ailments as ecsema, and other skin troubles, are caused by an impure blood condition. . Bring about inner cleaooliness by using B. B. B. to help cleanse the blood of its impurities. 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' 8.00 Radio Theatre. . 10.00 Screen Guild. 10 30 Johnny Morgan. 11.00 News. 11.13 Danny O Nell. 11.30 Jerry Wald Or. 12 00 News. er latitude in establishing minimum wage schedules. The date proposed for the conference is the week of March 19, and In writing to the provincial ministers, Mr., Mitchell emphasized his department's- view that the policy of price and wage control as implemented by the wage control order must be maintained. neon couoh try Pertussin for araaenf For yeora, there hove been thousand, at "V-- When tortured by audi prescriptions for PerkiHst It must be oodl Parnnsin acts so ewdrry It scientifically prepared le work Internally to relieve your coughing spawn, fe Improves diary action and loosens and makes Sticky phlegm easier to raise. Safe for old and young, eve smK children. Get Pertussin DEnTIICCIll ; today - It's inexpeaahrti I rklllUOdlll . . ... : . ' ' ; y ; 3I9WDEAUST. ! UTjnpTi!. k u i i imwTii'isVi aaa-aisWaaaaaaaaaa. " tTfHT- TlTI HOME. MO.DABUNG leJUSTTaOUCrTT DINMEC IN THAT GETTICED SEEING ME IU1WSE OU? HOUSE THE OTTAWA JOURNAL. MONDAY. rEBRUAslY 1. H Nazi Liner Sunk 7,700 Persons Lost LONDON, Feb. 18. (CP) The Finnish radio reported to-, night the sinking of the 23,000-ton German liner Wilhelm Gustloff with the loss of 7.700 persons while she was evacuating refugees and sailors from Danzig. The broadcast did not state how or when the German ship was sunk, but said that of the 3,700 naval personnel and 3,000. refugees aboard, only 1,000 were saved. . , (The Wilhelm Gustloff. 8 passenger liner before the war. had been converted into a troop transport) . The French radio, quoting a Stockholm despatch, said: "A big naval battle is In progress In the Skagerrak". a stretch of water between Denmark and Norway. There was no confirmation here of such a battle. FINED IN COURT. F,or allowing a dog to run at large, Denis Pilon, Nepean township, was fined $1 and costs by Magistrate Lieff In County Court today. He. ' was also charged court costs of $3 for harboring a dog .without obtaining a license for it, no fine being imposed when Pilon stated he had since obtained a license. A third charge of disturbing the peace was dismissed. mutiiniimtwraniniiuinuiiiiiiiiuimmmiiimpiniiut Trade Your Piano Sell it for cash " Full Value at ROBERTSON, PINCLE & TILLEY, 58 Sparks Phone 2-1581 niiiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiiiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiminniniiiii Good Way to Treat Sore, Itching Piles It I you. snflsr aronlslne torture from sore, oalniul, Itcnlnf piles, here la a ebanee to try a simple, ehome treatment with toe promise of a reliable flraj le raluod lb coat.U JM ate not eaUsSed etth the results. Blmply set a botUe of Beaa-KoM from any I.D.A. or other drui store. This Is an Internal treatment whoa medlosuon Is directed to the remOTal of the cause of ptlea Hem-Rold la a smsll tablet, eaar- eat pleasant to ess and pleaatne results are autcaljr snowa. Itchlnd and eore-dsss are relieved, pain subsides and as tne trestmant Is continued the awt 11-Inf and Inflammation are tedoeed and the sore, painful pile turners besl deer, teavlni the rectal membranes clean and nralthjr. Oct a bottle of Hem-Rold today and see tot yourself what an easy pleaeent- way this Is te rid yoarself of oil misery. NOTE! The seenser ef this etlee te a rcltakl first, dates aestaees la Canada far aer ta years. If ?ee are treaMed ma sere, ttratoi, aalafel plies. Beat-aid meet aafcs yea eelekly ee the essatt orron tonight UiilU 7-30P.M. 1310 on your dial PrcsetrW by . THE LIFE UNDERWRITERS ASSOCIATION sf "OTTAWA" VGESS. sss a as shS l rVIBV VHC ar S. at SJPaBI a M 881 81 all . m-WJL r K . 8 8. J 1 8 II 18 nrsmr aasT II.I 8 1 Gen. Cherniakhovsky Killed in Prussia LONDON, Feb. 1. O) Gen. Ivan D. Cherniakhovsky, brilliant 37-year-old Jewish tank commander, whose 3rd White . Russian Army was. the first to invade Germany, died yesterday of wounds .suffered on the battle field In. East ' Prussia, Moscow announced early today. The conqueror of Minsk, Wilno, Kaunas and most of East Prussia died "from a heavy wound re ceived on the battlefield of East Prussia", said : the official announcement, Gen. Cherniakhovsky was the youngest - general in the Bed Army, the youngest army group commander, and one of the nation's outstanding strategists. Stuart Henderson Dies Former, Ottawa Lawyer . : VICTORIA, Teb. 17- CP) British Columbia's grand old fighter In the criminal courts. Stuart Henderson, 81. died ta rhospital Saturday after a short Hi- nets. . ' FO ONE WEEK ONLY Dresses..; Topcoats. Beautifully Dry CIeanl and Pressed for Only When seeonspavalei try another garment at wr regular nriee. Have You Tried Our New SHIRT LAUNDRY SERVICE? SHIRTS Beiuti-. fully Laundered and Finished for Only .... 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