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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 19

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r ' ? ' ft 1 tr MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1964 Journal Cross -Word Puzzle ACROSS . 1 Qutk. Abbr. i Lata Um mud I "a". 10 hviW. 1 ( 'mm. 15 Tabs ttrrt. 16 taunt IVts. 17 l.rcal, ikitnt baula. 19 (o a (mi). 20 Peeltd. 21 RtgaroVd with lam: 2 words, 03 HiabsWat CoUi. Carrot plant. 2ft Like tree. 30 Introduction Abbr. U AnkUbona. 34 A sudden activity. 36 ButiiMM otgrest Abbr. J7 Statute Abbr. U Frroch ifnpteaainnibt. 39 Kortunrteller. 40 Long time. 41 OIo, in Britain. 42 Feel. 43 Sock. mm to I tllrrrd. 47 I'aaairama. tiar mmL 40 Pan el a dctarit: 2 wolda. M Cholerie. V. Rrd deer. S7 Infer the tratk oli 2 wdi W la (ia fKiatrnce I. 61 Hamburger" fmktljiiamtat. 2 Tokiaau M Vieana. M Brarkta. 6i Koraul obaervunce. 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The tiny arteries that bring : blood directly to the heart muscles (the coronary ar -', teries) are narrowed by de-1 posits of calcium along their . , inner linings, .when the blood contains excessive amounts of . cholesterol and other fats. The new drug, a complex of . "Itobutyric esters." offers great promise for preventing .' heart attacks from arterio- sclerosis. t. These columns are designed " to relieve your fears about .' health through a better un-' derstanding of your mind and body. All the hopeful new ad-' ' varices m medicine reported Coleman. MD here are known to d o c t o r I everywhere. Your . individual . medical problems 'should be handled by your own doctor; He knows you best. Highlights Radio I.N CBO Assignment. The first of three interviews by Anthonys Patterson with Mayor Jean Drapeau of Montreal concerning the 1967 World's Fair. ' iV " t.fS CFMO-FM Concert Halt ' Leonora Overture No. 2, Beethoven: Flute Concerto No. 1 In Q major, Pergolest Sin-fonja in G major, Holzbauer, Btndtnhurg Concerto No, 1, Baclu Symphony No. 8 in F, Beethoven. " ". . ' ' ' - CBO - DUtingulshed Artista, Violist Otto Joachim and pianist John Newmark. Sonata No. 1, Milhaud. 10.15 CBO Democratic Convention. Report by James M. Minifie and Bill Murphy from the Democratic Convention in Atlantic City. .,. VANCOUVER city won't ' so Beatles. The four singers spent less than six hours here Saturday 29 minutes of It on stage and left bahl-nd several injured youngsters and scores In hys terics. The Beatles appearance be fore some 2t.M at Empire Sta diuro was pinched Into a day that began in Seattle and ended in Los Angeles. I Thousands more ' youngsters lined up for a. glimpse of the singers entering their downtown hotel, .but the entire lloor served for them was never oc cupied because, they arrived here late.' WOODEN GATE Tension, which built up the day, exploded when the quartet,, their long half flap ping, ran on stage about I: IS p.m. The screaming and squealing drowned out the sing. ers as they moved into their performance. Meanwhile, about SOD non-paying fans outside stormed a 10-foot wooden gate. Policemen and Pacific National Exhibition workers put their shoulders against the other side. Both groups backed oil when it appeared certain the gate would collapse. A group of youngsters outside the stadium finally succumbed to emotions and stormed a gate, toppling the structure over on themselves. No one was injured and police managed to cordon off the section after sev eral teen-agers eluded them. Later the group moved to another fence and successfully smashed It down, but no one was able to enter. The surge on the field toward the stage pinned many young sters a ga last' a restraining fence. 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