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August 26, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 48

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THE OTTAWA JOURNAL - "". 48 Radio WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26 CBO 910 KC son N-we: Talks ft 30 Trrplarhorie 3 KiKidoKopf TOO MuW of Cftith T SO Christian rrontlera 00 Assignment 30 Country Holiday 30 CBC Strings 10 00 News; Talka loan aerenata It 00 Muale or Handel 1 3 JO Nawa. Weamar MOT mm and Mueae CKPIU 1440 KC fav Mewe It 00 Hoaee of Commons rlavltw CKOY 1310 KC 4 OS Ruah Hour 103 Nil Tlma Touch CBOF 1250 KC 3 00 L'auberge 3 43 Cnlrarta 3 S3 Nouvellee du aport 30 Moaique bey rat f 13 Lee meneaiges d'Ubaaa T 00 Had to-journal 7 01 Radto-tranaUtor 1 13 Capital at travail T3 Touta la gamma a ft) Conoart du Mercredi THURSDAY,. r-url niA trr ' V.IHI ffftW IV tta Paaa tha Muala i 4 Saorta Renew t 39 Concert Tlma Oft Nawa IS Muatr la tka Meruaei 43 To Manet W.U Musk. It 13 Invitation 410 Nawa. Talka 11 00 Al Hamal 1 JO TM Arena ra 11 43 Davltt Drop! By CM. 1 loo SBC stewa 13.13 Bobby Hill Show :110 ram Brsaocaat I 00 Nawa. Weather 1 13 What e o Tapp 1 43 Reading, from Classics 3 03 Trans -Canada Mallnaa I no Taa and Trumpets 3 30 Cava! a Caravan . 4 no Nawa; .Roundup 4 10 U(t Up Your Heexta 4 30 Mac'a Muala sno Nawa 1 13 Mac Muste ' aatw-naanK Tefka- SO Shakespeare Survey TOO AU That Jail on AeeiBnnrient - ISO ChKho'a Place 00 Soundings (SO Muala af Chopin 1 30 Democratic convention I I 00 Nawa. Talka 1 1 30 Chamber Orchestra .1 J7 - o-- nd Muaw CKPM 1440 KC AJg. . OO Hews-. Talka 10.00 MuaM lor Ottawa P.M. M100 Nawa Ml SO Mitel 1 00 Coneart Tuna ' 4 0O Ottawa Today . , 3 00 Nawa: Talks ; 40 Primarily Muala (to mtdnlghtl 1 (00 Nawa U SO MuaM till Dawn CKOY 1310 KC Wawi. MutKal Clack 10 06 BUI Law tntartatnmeart P.M. 1193 Tag Datfla 4 03 Ruah Hour . tour World Taerae . 03 Nita Tlma Touch 1 103-House Party CBOF 1250 KC . ' A.M. 00 La vUla s'erellle 1 00 A titra d I vera s data 4 00 Had K-Journal 03 Horlaon , . : ,.,. 31 Partag du Jou ) C , ; . 1001 4-a tele a I'otnbr j 1 I I 30 Ternotgagee d ecnveios 10.00 Trenle mlnutea A Information 10 30 Coquelicot II 00 Laa manaongaa d'Ulyese 11.13 Rendea-vous a I opera 1 2 (Mi fUdMtSournal . 12 03 Chacun a arm xtHil CFRA 580 KC 4 03 Showbill 1 SO Caaapus CM 13 Jo Brown Show 1 - CFMO FM 93 9 Meg. no MlodT ratr 0O little Conrarl 13 Coneart Ha I CKCH 970 KC 4 00 Palmaraa 04 SO Mateo T 00 Chape let ISO Sarata 00 Club 70 CJET 630 KC 5 00 Assignment 30 Country Holiday 30 Sit Back and Listen 10 no Nawa 10 30 SaranaU AUGUST 27 10 30 Plain aolall av!o 1101 Marie Tellwr. aMncate 11 13 Vies da iemmes 11 30 Las joyeuv troubadours ' P.M. 1 2 03 Jeunesee doree 13 13 Laa viaagca da I'amour . 13.30 La reveu ru'al 1 no Radio-lournal 1 to Nouvallaa du sport I 13 Lettra a una Canadlenna 1 30 Una deml-heure avac . 2 30 Varlataa Internationales 3 30 Laa chefs-d'oeuvre da U muslque 4 00 lUdlo-journal 4.03 La comptolr da dtsque . t TO la gamma du Jatt 4.43 i Laa granda da la chanson 3 00 L'aubcrgk 3.43 Entracte 3.33 Nouvallaa du sport a 0O Radio-journal 13 Laa Menaonages d'Ul.vsee 0 30 La revue de I'Outaouala 7.00 Radio-Journal T 1 3 Hebdo-eporte T 30 La tempe das refrains 00 Lea claaeJquea francaia' 30 Concert populaara da Winnipeg 00 Recital d'orgue 30 Flare emblique 10 00-Trenta minutes a BniorrnatMieia 10 SO Coquelleot 11 00 Laa menaongas d'Ulysaa 1 1 1 3 Rejndaa-voua a l'npara 1103 Cnacun a eon gout 1 OO Radio, journal ' CFRA 380 KC A.M. ao-Kra Oraat how to Laa 4a Show P.M. lS.lS-raraaarsNotateok A.M. 1130 Nawa :.35 Happy Wsaaatsra 4 3 elbowbUI 13 Joe Brown Show 103 Misle tit Dawn CFMO FM 93.9 Me-. AM. . T 00 Pravlaw oo Pe4poirr1 10 A3 Morning Coacarl P.M. t IS Oolden Canture at Mnaet 00- Svrnphonlc MattnM OS Melody Pair ( OO Little Concert . 19 Concert Ball ' 11.10 startKM Serenade . CKCH 970 KC AJt. i PatlU Matins la chanson m'etalt P.M. HOT Meteo 100 Reticle r! YOUR By Lester L. PAIN IN EARS Why doe Undtns in an airplane sometime! cau a feeling of pain in the can, even though planea are prea- in rued? The pain occurs when the air pressure is not balanced on both sides of tha eardrums, ; Normally this balance is maintained by tl)e tiny Eustachian tube which runs from tha back of the nose to the middle ear. Chewing gum. (wallowing or yawning during descent helps to prevent this discomfort. - Try to avoid flying if you have a severe upper respiratory infection. tV , ' . ELECTROLYTE BALANCE What is meant by the body's electrolyte balance? Radio Highlights 7.J CBO Christina Frontier.' God and the Sick Child. PhyHis Duncan talks with hospital personnel and clergymen in, an attempt to define the role of the sick child. 1.1 CFM0-FM Concert Hall. Iberia. Albems; String Quartet in r major, Dvorak: Symphony No. 4, Sibelius. )M CBO -t CBC Strings. Conducted by Charles Houdrat. with contralto) Ann Golden. Sta-bat Matar. 'Vivaldi: Brandenburg Concerto No. 4. Bach. II. IS CBO Democratic Convaatisa. Report on tha 115. Democratic Convention in Atlantic City. - : 1I.M CBO Tha Music of HandeL Air with Variations in B flat major: tha Royal Water Music' 4 00 Palmares S4 TOO Chapelet TSO Pleata a oo cnub pre CJET 30 KC. ' A.M. SOS Tha AM. Show 10 00 Ceeeldv's Capara 10 13 Local Maws .. aJt. 11 SO News 1 IS What on 1 03 Matinee 4.10 Teen Steal SO Nawa; Talka 0O Aaslgnmenl S SO Chlco a Place OO Supper Serenade T SO Back to tha aiblt t 10 Chiaho'o Place 1 (OO Soundings HEALTH Coleman. MD Electrolytes are certain minerals like sodium, potassium, magnesium, c return and many, many others, which are contained in body fluids. I In health, these minerals are retained or eliminated according to the body's requirements. In certain diseases of the liver, the kidneys, during prolonged vomiting, or following ..severe burns.- the "electrolyte balance" can be disturbed. The electrolyte content of the body can be exactly measured by chemical analysis. If there is a deficiency of any one of the vita) minerals, it can be replaced to restore the proper -balance. t ' ' ' '. CAULIFLOWER EAR What is a "cauliflower ear"? "Cauliflower ear" is the name) given to the misshapen condition of the ear follow, ing an injury. It is frequently seen in boxers and wrestlers. It is caused by hemorrhage into the tissues of the ear. Many cases of "cauliflower ear" can be avoided if the ear is adequately treated immediately after, an injury. 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