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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 494.' THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Two Ottawa Men I Ten in District ' Are Air Graduates' ; . Two Ottiwa men and 10 from district and Northern Ontario points were among members . ol classes graduating from R.C-AJ". training centres on Friday. Lloyd : Weeks, of Ottawa, graduated at Mont Jolf. Que- as an air gunner and R. G. Gtilman. also of Xbt Capital was among graduate navi gators at No. 4 Air ' Observer ' School at London, Ont , - Other . graduates - from Mont Joli, all air gunners. wcref;Clif- - ford Johnston, of North Bay: Al bert Dupont, of Plantagenet; Keith Boyle, of Smooth Rock Falls; Merely Loyst, of Haileybury. Edward Johnston, of . North Bay, and Ero Sfiomaa. of Tim- ' ' mins, graduated as air bombers at -.. No. 9 Air Observers' School. St. John's, Que. ' ' r , ' O. J. Coules, of Sudbury; P. D. Griffith, of Capreol; J. B. Watson, of Almonte, and S. J. Primeau. of Sturgeon Falls, received their pilot's wings at No. 13 Service Flying Training School at i St Hubert Que. - "t W. W. Campbell "was among graduate navigators at No. 4 Air Observer School, London, Ont. A. ' E. Presseault, of Bawkesbury, re-; ceived his observer's -badge at - Malton training centre. Ottawa and District Get Commissions Air Force Headquarters announced Friday the commissioning of one Ottawa and seven district men. to the rank" of pilot officer, ' All graduates of the Combined - Training Organization '.Plan, the commissions were granted for efficiency, meritorious service and leadership qualities. -Names follow: - Sgt Philemon Curnmings Walker, , 185 Sunset avenue. Highland Park,- Ottawa; Sgt Andrew Crawford Harding, Galetta, Ont.-, WO. Anthony John George Van Rassel, DSC, Kapus-kasing, Ont: Fit Sgt Calude Des-- mond O'Callaghan, Kemptville; Fit Sgt Nicholas Smith, Arnprior; Sgt Sydney Perdval Smith, Cop-perdiffe; Fit Sgt Kenneth Caldwell Smyth, Shawville, and Sgt : Albert. Charles Collins, 313 Fourth street, Cornwall. BISHOP CONFIRMS SEVEN. The Right Rev. Dr. Jefferson, Bishop of Ottawa, held a special service of Confirmation fir adults at St Bartholomew's Church Fri- day night The seven candidates were presented by the Venerable Archdeacon Netten, rector. The .- regular confirmation service at St Bartholomew's was held some weeks ego. OUR TOWN ; By r. D. BIXUOLOU We're fed up on Government . regulations in Our Town, and it would take a Philadelphia lawyer to straighten out all the regulations, contra regulations, etc. Even the Income Tax Department can't answer all of the questions, and here we are enforcing another regulation," -one 'of our own; however, it's one that does not require the " analytical mind of a lawyer. So long as w have the power, and,-we still have "the power, e will not' allow that. a fur coat should cost you'more now . than it would have last season. .This, in spite of the fact that: .raw furs are greatly advanced in price over last season. What will happen when our present : low-priced stock is sold is another question, but right now ' you can 'save a most considerable amount and yet have a., good fur coat when you want at next Fall. t : . i - ' F. D. Burkholder 119 Bank Street DRY CLEANING - 1 DE LI JUS SCITS ""f f"g DfcESSES TOPCOATS sssmsstmma CtEAKKBS 3-7751 bvm f nei ir inits MEAT PIES COAST-TOCOAST - Ott Mm u bt 'witt - mrraoLZ pkrpect . . .' VISION GLASSES" - TO IT HO L 57 V OPTICAL CO. ltt SPA RKS STREBT Optical rattorv ts Vrt-elpal Cttloa DOM)T DELAY nwne 1-I5J4 tar ttmttui. keoan. Asphalt SaJati. aa4 WM )( Work J. R. DOUGLAS - UsaHoeT , MS SLATES STREET LAC. FREDERICK J. STEW ART. "R.C.A.F., 24-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stewart. 279 Booth street, who has arrived overseas. He was educated : at Wellington, and Devonshire public schools and the High School of Commerce. Before enlisting last Fall, he was employed by J. H. Connor and Son, Ltd. A brother, Private David Stewart is overseas. 1 - , , I SGT. AIR BOMBER WILLIAM NEAL BCFORD, 19-year-old son of Mrs. F. W. Weatherdoh, 230 Cooper . street, who, graduated from the R.CA1". school at Rivers, Man. . r'- -'- (Canadian Flyers Saved By British Destroyer LONDON, April 16.-M-P) Nine members of the crew of a giant Sunderland flying boat, including two Canadians,-have been rescued by a British destroyer after drifting 18 hours in a dinghy 120 miles out in the stormy Atlantic, it was announced tonight ' The crew was sighted yesterday by the crew of another Sunder land : thwarted twice . by, rough seas in landing attempts. . Fit Lt. Joseph Gibson of St Andrews, N.B.,1 captain of the "ditched", aircraft said:, "Our wireless, operator, TO. , Ralph Tierney, of Guelph, Ont; got the SOS off Just before we went into the drink." ' V ' The Sunderland crew was among 20 airmen rescued yester day by the air-sea rescue service. Sgt. Wm. N..Buford - ; Gets His Badge . ... i , . . . ,. Set William " Neal Buford.' 19. son. of Mrs. F. Vf '. Weatherdon, 250 Cooper street received his wing as an air bombardier at Rivers, Man.. Thursday. He enlisted in the R,CJ. in December, 1941, and trained at Toronto. St. Catharines and Lethbridge. : Born in Montreal, be was educated in Ottawa. . . University Will Give , Army Course in 1943-44 No. 2 Canadian' Army univer sity course is to be conducted by the University of Ottawa in 1943-44. i The course is a one-year one, to give preliminary training to- prospective technical omcers In the Canadian Army.' Admission reauirements! are (upper school) Grade; XIII 'certificate, including m a t h e matics - and physics or equivalent recommendation from a high school principal. . Registration should be made before. August L 1843. SUTHEnLAIiD fipnnKins Prescription Opticians ; . OARVL B. DUCK. aUaatar TeL 2-USf . US SPARKS ST. - I . - Oculists' Prescriptions Accurately Tilled Glasses Carefully Pitted ALWAYS CONSULT YOUR V CYC DOCTOR r- -. a4l r "' ' LEHIGH ? i - ; I t - ' I ---. J L j ! 34 BANK ST. (Cor Wellington) 2-1126 DUILDERS' GENERAL C-I-L PAINTS AND VARNISHES ' PUMPS - LADDERS - ROOFINGS Ml 8D8SEX 8TREET CAPTAIN ANGUS C MORRI SON, son of Mrs. Morrison, of Ot tawa, and the late Lieut Col. G. F. Morrison, DJS.O., and a nephew of Brigadier A. R. Mbrtimore, the Paymaster, General of the Canadian Army,- who has been serving with the Governor General's Foot Guards for the past six years. He has been overseas since May, 1942. A younger brother, , Lieut William Morrison, is also serving overseas. SGT. JOHN LEONARD DUN- LOP, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-bert J. Dunlop, of Perth, who was killed in action over France on Dec. 11. , . , ' Landlady, Tenant Ordered Out Of Rentals Sitting "Go outside and fight it but", Judge Daly ordered a couple, at the Rental , Board sitting , Friday night .-. '. .. . Taking his advice an Irish land lady . and her French-Canadian Senant ..went out and continued their verbal battle in the haU. The landlord wanted to raise the rent because of improvements. ' - ' "The sink needs fixing. , The toilet Is blocked. Now the sewer is blocked. It is not a nice place to raise children", said the tenant The landlady got in a counter- harraffe. No decision was reached ur the battle in the hallway but the ten ant won in the board room. "An increase was disallowed. , " : Another battle royal occurred between a male landlord and two married women. "He turned the electricity off at night ' He turns the hot water off all the time. We. can't even take a bath. He won't burn coal to beat the house. He went into my room and hit my little daughter1, said the tenants. "These are-all lies", the man retorted. The decision was: "You must heat the house properly and sup ply lights." , ; A sailor had a share in the night of verbal battles. He had rented a basement apartment that turned out to be a damp basement When the people upstairs wash, the water backs up in our' sink and we have to carry it out with buckets. He turned ' the cellar into what he called an apartment and rented it to me for more than he was renting the good apart ments upstairs", : charged the sailor. The tar got a reduction. A landlord brought a lawyer to talk for him. The lawyer objected when a , French" tenant had to have his brother speak for him, but his objection was over-ruled. It was another tenant victory. ' An involved case, in which all three parties were breaking , the law, came up over a lease which did not expire until after the basic period date. . It was smoothed out in a friendly manner. : - Twenty-five cases were decided during the sitting. Judge Daly and A. B. Ullett presided. The next sitting of the Rental Board will be held Thursday evening, , April 22. ' - ' . , . . . Eiohtcen phone calls in : two iumr$. Tne. rttuut of a want ad desiring part time maid. . Journal ads get remit. - :rW VALLEY SALES LTD. HARDWARE PHONE J-5817 f,.'.'f ,.H'"it' J-"!'viJ f ' - -C'-N, ' ' ' ? I is X - "-' . - ! : ' : jl il V GRADUATE AT UPLANDS AS PILOTS Pilot Officer R, A,Fulford (left), o 71 Elm street, and LAC. D. C McDonald, of 289 Metcalfe street, who were graduated" as pilots at Uplands Friday. PO. Fulford is the son of Mrs. L. M. Fulford, 135 Gloucester street. He was born in HuUV Jan. 3, 1912 and was educated at St. Patrick's Separate School and Lisgar Collegiate. Prior to his enlistment he was a clerk in the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company head offices in Ottawa. LAC. McDonald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. McDonald, 289, Metcalfe street, and was born in Ottawa, November 16, 1923. He attended St Patrick's College and Lisgar Collegiate and took a prominent part in . intercollegiate football and hockey. ' ,. . - . Perth Airman . Killed in Action PERTH. Opt, April IS. (Spe cial-) Mr. and Mrs. Wilfaert J. Dunlop, Harvey street, received word from R.C.A.F. headquarters, Ottawa, this week that their son, Sergeant John Leonard Dunlop, bad lost his life on Dec. 11 last The casualty officer advised them that a report had been re ceived from the International Red Cross Society .that Sgt Dunlop and the rest of the crew were killed instantly ' when their aircraft crashed in the forest of Chatellon sur Seine on Dec. 11, 1942. The report also stated that Sgt Dun-Iod was buried in the cemetery at Villiers le Due Cote D'Or dis trict, of ' Chatillon, sur Seine, Montbard, France. Sgt Dunlop was born in Perth 23 years ago. He attended public school and collegiate institute and after graduating was employed at the plant of Andrew Jergens. He enlisted in the R.C.AJV at Ottawa in January, 1941', trained at Pic-ton, 'Debert, Halifax, Toronto and Jarvis, receiving his wings ate latter school. He-went overseas in January, 1942. Ottawa Men Get 'Sparks at Guelph GUELPH, Ont, April 18.-eC -Graduates of the R.C.AJT. No. 4 Wireless - School here .received their "sparks" today in culmination of their training- course. Group' Capt A. H. Keith Russell presented the badges. The' academic award, highest individual prize, was won by LAC R. E. CCHeare. of Ottaw. The class includei'ibe following Ontario airmen M. T. ; Bouliane, Sault Ste. Marie; B. R. Cameron. Cardinal; E. J.,Doberty. G. W. Forrest B. H. McLelUn, R. E. O'Heare. D. C. Ross. P. X. Martin. aU t OtUwa, R. B. Doland. Renfrew; R. H. Met- ealfe, MaxvUle: : E. L. O'Neill, Kingston; D. A. Owers. Cardinal; J. H. Soper, Brockville; tL r. Terry, Ottawa. , Air Force In its 551st casualty list of. the war. containing 29 - names, the R.CAJ". lasi night named eight men as killed on active service overseas and five as missing on active service after air operations overseas. The Canada .section ,ot the list rrApA one man whovdied of in juries suffered on active service and four men previously reponeo missing on active service and now officially presumed dead. Following is the latest list of casualties with next-of-kin: , OVERSEAS. : Killed on Active Service: . DUFF, Robert Alexander, PO-Andrew Duff (father), Langley Prairie. B.C. '.' ' STlunniV. Maurice Herbert PO. Mrs. M. H. Finbow (wife), 131 Wineva avenue, Toronto. BARBER, Hubert Knight, Fit Sst Mrs. W. C. Barber (mother). Orangeville, Ont TAYLOR. Leonard Keitn, to. Sgt, L. J. Taylor (father), Brace-bridge, Ont. - ASH, Albert Charles, Sgt., Mrs. Donald Eraser (mother), Blucher HaU. Barriere, B. C. ' . Rimr.. Bnhrt Montsomerv. Sgt, A. J. Buie (father), ' 1960 Daniel street Trail, B.C. KIHMERLY,' Am os Walter. Sgt, A. S. Kimmerly (father), Napanee Ont. . NiroLL. Douelas Grant Set. J, S. NicoU (father). Clyde River, Shelburne County, . 5. . Drowned Active Service. JACKSON. Charles - Warner, FO Mrs. J. W. Jackson (mother). Alliance. Alta. Missing on Active Service After Air Operations. MacLEOD. Malcolm Georae. Sqdn. Ldr. Mrs. H. B. MacLeod (mother), Pictou, N. S. . BLAf!K. Gordon Ronald. Set.. James Black (father), 546 Rox- boro avenue, Hamilton. DuBOSE, Thomas Coke, Sgt., Mrs. T. C. DuBose (mother),l302 Westover avenue, Norfolk, Va. NORMAN, Ernest Albert Sgt., Mrs. E. A. Normsn (wife), 1033 Pelissier street, Windsor, Ont. - PRICE, Kenneth Ethen, Sgt., Arnold Price (father), 90S West Front,.Cornwall Ont. , " i mmrKitwH-' JP11 w? -yyty 3T J , " v - , v 1 I r r J CORPORAL AIME QUESNEL. .n nf Mr. and Mrs. Albert-Qucs- nel, of Hull, formerly of Calumet, who is celebrating his Tina Dirtn-ri. in .Ensland. His wife. Mrs. Aime Quesnel, Uves in Hull, with her six-months old child, Jean. Corporal Quesnel has been overseas since -August 1, 1942. Roberts Appointment Hints Tough Army PL-ON D O N, April 17. Ors- The Daily Sketch column "Talk o the Town" said today that the appointment ol Major Gen. J. H. uooeris, airec-tor of last August's Dlepperaid, to - command all Canadia: inforeements overseas "seems- to indicate that our - second-front army is to be the toughest in the history of warfare". The newspapersaid Roberts' pew appointmentas one of great responsibility ' and that he was bringing to jt a reputation as a "hard fighting soldier . '. . proved beyond doubt by his brilliant handling of the Dieppe operation". "His coolness and courage during the evacuation of the raiding party saved hundreds of Uves and won him the Distinguished Service Order", the column added, recounting his record as a professional soldier, j Casualties Prevlaoalv Misslnr on Active Service. Now Reported Prisoner . of War. MARTIN. Harvev. Sat. E. G. Martin (father), 324 St Germain street Toronto, Previously Reported Miaslnc on Active Service Now for Official Purposes Presumed Dead. MOSHER.'Paul Darby, PO P. D. Mosher (father), 23 Rosebank avenue, Halifax. JOHNSTONE. Andrew Taylor, Fit Sgt, William Johnstone (father), 362 Broadview avenue, Toronto. ' . ' LAW. Harold Naismith, Fit Sgt. R, B. Law (father), 11111 84th avenue, Edmonton. BOX, Peter William Bisset, Sgt, E. D. Box (father), 217 Patterson avenue, Ottawa- N EDGARD, Robert John, Sgt, Mrs. R. J. . Edgard (wife), Gov ernor's Rd., Dundas, Ont . PRICE, John James, Sgt, W. J. Price (father), 47 Gordon street, BellevUle, Ont Dangerously Injured on Active Service. ANDERSON, Harry Douglas, Sgt., W. W, J. Anderson (father), 4219 Pandora street, Vancouver. - KERR, John. Joseph, Sgt., Mrs. J. J. Kerr (wife), 43 Allan avenue, Guelph, Ont - WILSON, George Alexander, Sgt, H. E. Wilson (father), 162 Aylmer avenue. Ottawa. - i CANADA. ' V Died of Injuries Sustained on ' Active Service.- -. - ' O'CONNOR, 1 Michael Peter. LAC, R-AJ"., Mrs. E. O'Connor (mother), Linyards. Cottages. Green Hill, Benny Bridge, Stirlingshire. Scotland. - Previously Reported Missing on Active Service. Now for Official ' Purposes Presumed Dead. .-CLARKE, Raymond Albert, PO., RAJT- A. E. Clarkev (father), 34 Queens Drive, Glasgow, Scotland. HACKETT. James Alfred. PO., G. J. Hackett (father), 6 Delaware avenue, Chatham, Ont. JOHNSON, - James - McLean. Sgt A. .. Johnson (father). Gore Bay, Ont. ' , LAG! MO D I E R E, Donald Roderiek, Sgt, Alfred Lagimodi-ere (father), Lorette, Man. r V "i "Veteran of the Dieppe raid, CAPT. ARTHUR F. MUISE. 29, son of Major and Mrs. P. J. Muise, 32 MacLaren street, who marks the completion of three years' service in England on April 18. A member of the Mount Royal Fusil iers, he now has a staff appoint ment at headquarters in England. : PTE. JAMIE LAMM, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Amm, Quyon, Que., has arrived overseas. Formerly employed by the Noranda Mines, he trained at Lansdowne Park, Cornwall and. Petawawa military camps. , . rf v. : J MM . I I 4. : .... r ' t A) V . .' .. i , ', r , ... '.;-.-.. .. . f EATON'S ORDER OFFICE ! TELEPHONE ; O I NUMBER ...-.....:. I r..Ji.J I v . . : m I: u t LAC GORDON H. LOVE, R.C-.F- has Wired his parenU, Sgt. and Mrs. H. CLove, 10 Chap-leau avenue, of bis arrival in Canada after serving 18 months overseas. LAC Love is home to fin ish his training as a pilot He received his education at the High School of Commerce and celebrated his 18th birthday In England. His brother, Bert, has served almost four years overseas. Picks Up 300 Feet Of Copper Wire -lying Over Holland LONDON. April 16. CP) Wing Cmdr. Fred Hillock, of To ronto, described how a Mosquito bomber he "was piloting in a z-nour patrol - over Holland today, nicked fup 300 feet of icopper wire on one Vving and flew home safely. HilWk said :"We were flying low when suddenly what looked like wireless masts loomed up. We were too close to get over or under them so .we crashed through in a vertical bank. Somehow we levelled out" , ' i Hillock praised the durability of the wooden-construction Mosquito and said when it hit the cable there was a blast of white flashes and the aircraft rocked violently. Ships ranging in size from a destroyer to a motor, launch have been "adopted" by different offices in the Bank of England, i STORE FASHIONS FOR THE YOUNGER SET! r.iti m lltua nau to maicn. Girls' COATS Dutinctively j vtweed fabric, pockets with flaps. Durable Gaily coloured tanan p 14x ih the group. Each Gaily coloured Urtan plaid Trimly fash the group. Eastern Ontario Food Show Being Held in November The third annual Eastern" On tario Food Show will be held at the Experimental Farm this Fall, . probably in November, it was "de. . cided at a meeting of the; Export Food Show Friday night, in the offices of the Ontario Department ' of Agriculture. ' The products to be featured In competitive classes will consist of bacon, cheese and eggs. There will be special educational ex- htblta and demonstrations of particular interest to Ottawa women. ' Officers ' elected were: Hon. . president. Dr. E. S. Archibald: president B. B. Scharf ; vice- presidents, L. W. Pearsall, W.. A. . Brown, F. C. Nunnick; manager.. W. M. Croskery; secretary, C A. Gibson. The following, as chair- '' men of executive compiittees, will serve on the executive, M. C Mc. -Phail and H. H. McElroy. . Former Renfrew Citizei Awarded O.B.E. ' Among the officers decorated with the Order of the British Empire by the Governor General at the investiture at Government House on Friday was a former son of Renfrew Lieut Colonel W. D. Rorison, M.C, V J- officer com- ' manding 2nd Reserve Battalion- -Irish ; Fusileers and Vancouver" Regiment Lieut CoL Rorison won -his Military Cross in the Jast war. Together with.. Mrs. Rorison, he is spending few days in Renfrew, . Their son, Major Douglas Rorison, , is second in -command of a tank - transport corps overseas. .. Financial Set-up R.C.A.F. Arranged ' Air Vice-Marshal Nairn, Air member for accounts and finance, returned to Canada Friday from a . trip to the United Kingdom, - the -Middle East and India. ; - Purpose of the trip was to organize the set-up under which Canada assumes full financial responsibility for R.C A J". personnel overseas, r -This arrangement . was announced last February , HOURS 9 a'jn. to pan. Children's Smartly Tailored COAT SETS .ni shMluul wuv eoata In Mft aotmir tonw-of blue, train. roM and orchid, ntcaly llnatf with rayon sutm and torn hava alack valvateoa trim.. Vert aixca m to u m uw srvop. '. BOTS' all wool tweed coats Ui railaa styla. we 11 tillored : and smartly finlthad. Col- : ,our o blue, brown and ; X ftC rjC '"and. Complain with , A.D TO-matehlns "ton" ttyla cap. Vj ' -T .J Priced at J-pe. Ht- r All Wool Tartan Vr laid for fhe i Easter Parade ! styled coats of fihe quality all wool smartly tailored with hall belt, four . ounon lasverung, converuoie tvuir maa two quality rayon linings. designs.- Sites 12 to I j,7J Little Girls'. Cotton Broadcloth M BLOUSES tenad llttl 'Mouses-wHh abort putt m pun 1.39 tnmmlnf detail Button-on or tuek-tn tyle. White only. Slza 1 to SX ta . fMcn , Little Cirls' SKIRTS' Bodtca or suepender atyle iklrta of aU wool ftaanal. r ViyclU llannel. amarUy tailored and nicely fin-Uhed. Coloura p' eearlet. -navy, areen. brown, ptnk. k nd whltai Hue 1 to years in the croup, tech 198 and 2-50 Floor. 1 - tut m k - I-'- X-L V ' 7

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