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Monday, August 17, 1964
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.ft;. - 5 -4 'Si: i.. . :i J- - CarlinO Avenue.' at the Kirkwood by-pass1 PHJ WJVcK . NO MINIMUM " for reservations call . 722-7601 Is, 1N4. March 21 te April M (Aries) Prepare your schedule care fully, and be at diligent in (carrying out orders, at you would, expect others to be. Shun emotionalism, hassles. April Jl to May II (Taurus) Withdraw from a situation when you are sure your effort" are not euectrve and-orsome one else should have the post. A hnw NltM flak with a vitw at Fsrluacat mil OPENING TONIGHT "" A.' L.'.AA V SHIRLEY HARMER KOTSl ONI nil ONLY I . RESERVATIONS , I -. 771-8351 ' I main at, atutx. Carleton University Summer School ': ..,v' '' ; present AN EVENING OF FILMS - (Selected from the beet of the Summer Program) 1 8.00 P.M., Wednesday, August 19 Man-.' Ht.r.h.11 T S.l.naw tt,MI- '' " 'g4; ettWM-. Auditorium .. X- The Great Train Robbery (American) v.:-' UHeUinki (Finnish) . .- - . , ', "..'. t. 'September Five at St Henri (Canadian). . ' 5f The Ugio Fiddle (Norwegian) r w 'Rallye Controle (British and French) ', i f-.. Rembrandt (Netherlands) , - - ( Circle of the Sun (Canadian) , V, - . . . .. ... , Celet Wat alar prtrnm win ketla ymapttr al aaraiaUr laTiwa. Ka aaatlaiM aksrt.. t W 1U " w. : taa rsk s A FRH TILM PROGRAM' "CANADA III COLOUR" 1 vThls week's 'program: ' - vFiLMS ON THE WEST COAST -' Presented u the National Muaeum't Lecture Mondays to Fridays at 2 JO .; -Wednesday evening at 7J0 "'' prwamee by ut . s t : f ' , National Museum and the .: i National Film Board HaO OTTAWA'S NEWEST AND FINEST RESTAURANT Unexcelled Variety of Ckinei DUket AMWI . '' Bisrwa rHMMI i r Steakt, Vbttert, Chick j; ; ; ! Bu tint it mtn't Luncheon "'. ." WONDERFUL "TAKE OUT SERVICE Mxeeuent Banquet roomt jor veddingt, , $mrtie$ and off $ocUil functions I mfWm --' aiil -"mJ, ... OKI DilT TBI 2 AX -its tn;ti lion. Fair play for all will net lop rewards. - May te Jane II (Gemini) Your efforts now MUST have sound, intelligent purpose or havoc will reign. Acuteness. mobility of thought will help you to quicker, safer conclusions. Aim to Improve in the "little" things.' June n to Jury It (Cancer) Listen thoughtfully to com ments, dictates, but do not answer abruptly or make hasty decisions and, in discussions, leave peisnoajities OUT! - July M to August S (Leo) Observe advice to Cancer. and add: do not base acts whims or fancies. Avoid pro crastination, too. August' 14 to September (Virgo) Mixed influences. Do not get into controversy that would only lead to chaos, but do discuss calmly, reason out methods, work routine. Be quick avoid the contention that is pretty general now. September U to October (Libra) Some Jolts possible. Let your sense of proportion and discerning judgment guide voir. Using these traits, you should arrive at satisfactory conclusiont, , j October M to November. (Scorpio) If on time and determined to'get your chorea and obligations tended post baste1 and with better effort than ever; before, you will have top re-: turns.- V November to December M (Sagittarius) Nothing will be entirely easy. . but there . are: many benefits, new favors awaiting conscientious and con-! sistent endeavor. Work for Improved changes. ' ,. . Deeemrer to Jajswary (Capricorn) Be slow to criticize an inclination now. But recognize defects and aim constructively to co-operate with; those trying to alter undesbV able situations. - ' j January " 21 to February (Aquarius) Tact and finesse should help you attain ends you could not achieve with force. Shun rumors, seek truths. Use your many talents ably. ' ' ' 1 February M to March M (Pisces) Be hasty in neither word nor deed now, or you could regret H. Day has pitfalls which will be seen by those of you who LOOK and LISTEN. .V YOU BORN TODAY are able and usually eager. You like a good time and friends around enjoying the same. In fact, you tend to extremes m this; also In spending energies unwisely when emotion dictates. The Leoite te noted for intelligent curiosity, ability to rise above hindering or undesirable circumstances, pride in family and ownership, courtesy and fair play. But you can be the "bull m the china shop" when angry. For the sake of your own hap-ptnese and that of others, you must learn patience And self-control.. Blrtbdete of: Lewis Meriwether, explorer. ' Windsor Averts Elimination Windsor side-stepped etimina-tion In City Intermediate Softball League playoffs Sunday by scoring a 9-2 Capital. Bernie Renaud went the distance oa the mound for the winners. Gary Craig was his catcher. Berger pitched to' Ron Kaufman for the losers. Capital leads the bestof-flve semi-final series 2-1 in games. Fourth game in the aeries is slated for Sandy Hill diamond, Wednesday night at (JO pjn. ;- BOSTON TIES MARK KINGSTON;, Jamaica (AP-Ralph Boston, the United States' top hope la the Olympic broad Jump, equalled the world record with a leap of 17 feet, i inches, Saturday night hi the Carter as invitational track meat Boston matched the mark posted by Russia's Igor Tero- ivanesyan oa bis third Jump. The. Chateau Laurier ' presents' 7 iUiALiY I k4Le.UtaVmllJ . ' ' She sings with aa incandescent quality ' that throws a glow over her audience. ' , howj 8 and 10 p.m. (except Sunday) Continuous dinner dancing from 7 p.m. to the music of len Weekes and his Orchestra Table Reservations 232-64U . v Coming Attraction . , YOLAND GUERARD ' ' Defence CC Wins To Tie for Lead Defence Cricket Club are tied with Ottawa CC for first place in the OVCC Challenge (Trophy race is s result of their seven wicket defeat of New Edinburgh on Saturday at Rideau Hall. Burghs scored 98 runs, top batsmen being Tony Bourne with 30, Milton Sealy 19, and Dick Hardy (captain), 17. Dave Gamons-Williams, of Defence, took 3 wickets for 17. Kelvin Tyler 2 for 20, and Arthur White 2 for 37. Defence scored 103 to win. with Terry Edmonds scoring 45. followed by S. N. Naik 18. and Naude Stevn 17. OVCC STANDINGS - W L D Pis Ottawa CC ... 5 I 2 22 Defence CC ... S 3 2 22 New Edin. CC. 4 4 1 17 Kingston CC . 4 4 1 17 2l. Cathedral CC .17 2 6 On Sunday. a( Rideau Hall, the St. Lawrence CC defeated an OVCC representative side 190 to 134. Top scoreri for Mike Bankay 44, Cyril Lewis 40. Reg Docking (captain) 30, Alan Weedy 19. and Peter Chappell 17. ' Best bowlers for OVCC were Geoff Ramsey with 2 wickets for 17 runs, and Allan Mayers 2 for 20. Top batsmen for OVCC were John Worswick with 46, Tony! Bourne 30, and Allan Mayers 27. Bowling for St. Lawrence. Merlin Burke's magic took six wickets for only 37 runs, six of the batsmen were clean bowled. Dave Funnel! took two for IS. In' a second game at Rideau Hal on Sunday. Cathedral CC defeated Brockville 61 to 49. Ian Fisher was top batsman for the host club with 15. followed by Roly Smith (captain) and Dick Cherry - with 10 each. For the visitors Rhodes took 7 wickets for 23 runs. Plasid was the only Brockville batsman to post double figures 16 runs. For Cathedral tan Fisher took 7 wickett for' 26 rune and KenTMavhew 3 for CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY STOCKTON, Calif. (AP) -Amos Alonro Stagg. U.S. foot. were ball's I'ving legend, quietly celebrated his 102nd birthday Sunday. No special observance was planned for the man who began coaching football in 1892 and didn't end his career until four years ago. j. w - r MONDAY, AOQUST 17, ,1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL i ... ESCAPE THWARTED ; iSAO PAULO. Braill (Rem trti Five prisoners ' wen kJW and, 10A Injured when '.guards thwarted an attempted jmasa prison break in Sao Paulo penitentiary Saturday, radio re oorts said. A sentinel on a rec a-eetion p a 1 1 o wairttcovered lhe attempted escape, by 500 prisoners and jhot down the fvanxuani wir macmne gun If ire, the reports said. t HOW STARRING.,, FRANK (Floankow) CULLEY. Featuring LYSA YORK ) mm " in the ' Beachcomber '.. Room mot mm m UTUBDAT AfTEUOOl mi mm ; I. g HE t 2 YOU INDIVIDUAL otoscope By FRANCES DRAKE Look in the section In which your birthday coma and find what your outlook Is, according to the start, far Tuesday, Aug. PHILS BUY SHANTZ PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Phil adelphia Phillies announced Sat ,tPl" 65 yrtts. Suats mi Calm PrtjcriptiM SMftusttiTi Um U rWs. Booth Bldg. Suite 316 165 Sparks Street urday theyy had bought veteran ! player to be named by Oct. IS pitcher Bobby Shantz from lor additional cash In lieu of a Chicago Cube for 'cash and a 'player. la sua? priaclMl cUWs d Csaaaa see U.S. reaaeee ISM r4L mmmmA-i 9nPlte i, . ill Bears: aJU. to t sun. ' Daily lacnalt Utureay Open Weenespay rUI IS saw Paeaei t-4TSS aHeaa v.. 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