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FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1964 THE OTTAWA JOURNAL Journal Cross-Word Puzzle BROTHER JUNIPER " : ACROSS I Mm Muck. Carttia takes. 10 SiQ. U Meeetaiai Praia. It Seartea ear-1 Spaaieh jer. IT Ueal Maltar. IS Fifnralmlr. Aim nut 2 wards. 20 Balaam 2 . 12 Histarie ull Isaet 2 words. . JS A Unlet Sp. 14 Rica. 23 I'll" csnluiloB. 27 Marnina ptrX, ' " 2S Tarluia city. 32 EaerwMd. tl .VUaHiMe er nuilla. M Ufl IooUmO , mroeavar. Si Prertr. 36 Qotntl: 2 ank. St Fleuraa. .. 39 Cawed asVdsl. 41 lmfular: Ahbr. 42 CMiulitt. 43 Fella. 44 HmMehnM aeei 43 Soeae Etratiaas, 46 Sid. 41 Aauase laeua. Ukas htm. St Ttnnn. 4i Mikwi i ameaaa. 37 Yeteukle. St Oaiaa. b9 Onxiaatar f ' L0. Mt. M Aaerta ruts. l Junbla. 62 Cat. 63 Septe-her: Ahbr. DOWN 1 Una at a ay. 2 Meaty aes. I tnare' jmijiv atraia: 2 ataa.i lU hastily: cmw 5 Al Ope creeUoa. 6 Hae pirt, . 7 Ererriaiag. PapuUr taack. 9 EarUMirt. 10 .Sail 2 werds. II Laropua lanqaure, 12 Field al tea. 13 Tm'i fire well. apparent of Tonga, came primarily to see the livestock and farm machinery on display. "I am very interested in the agricultural side of the exhibition." be said. Prince Tupouto Is In Ottawa at delegate to the fourth Com monwealth Education C o nfer- eaca. Ha ht minster of educa Mea la Tonia. . The year-old prmce Is also Drime minister, and minister nf foreign affairs, agriculture and worm. Ha said Tonga would like to sell to Canada, but that his visit was not concerned with trade. 1M ISLANDS Tonga, a protected state of the British Commonwealth in the South Pacific, comprises some 15 islands, with a population of 71.600. The prince said Industry is expanding conslderabhr In country, which has several Joint Investment plans with the U.S. This is the prince's sixth visit to Canada. 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SO'Maata" aria, -U SI PnantrM aaara. 51 Reader. 33 Ubi tarrUn. 54 Iraaiaa Tart 50 Df uaaaan 2 wards . - .-. , ,9 :1 . - "HtI". 24 ja ill P" : 3 JO 31 EII.lII3l"II- J" IS" 51 "" -.2. !3 M T " ZZZ Solution ol thU puizie wTll be publiahed tomorrow, Livestock Exhibits Appeal to Prince Tht "Ex" certainly draws after bin welcomed by Aider' unusual viiltori one w hoi men Howard Henry, CCEA came Thursday wai a prince, president. Prince Tupouto A-Tunf i, heir "Well, here we go off to another disastrous road trip.' fectious hapatitis. This jinala- injection produces 'temporary immunity. Since the dArtsarts. so -pre valent in certain areas of Southeast' Asia."" the Army takes for granted that exposure may very likely occur VTN10. YOUR HEALTH . By Lester L. Colemari, MD HEPATITIS Hepatitis, the devitalising time and energy - consuming inflammation ol the liver, Is under attack by the United Slates Army. While scientists art concentrating on the causative viruses of hepatites, the Army is firing a "double-barreled" shot to prevent the disease. All Army and civilian personnel assigned to duty in Korea or Viet Nona receive two doses of gemma globulin to prevent hepatitis. Usually, a single dose of gamma globulin is given, and only after a person is known to have been exposed to In and administers the serum as a routine precaution. ' Five' months after the first shot, the second one is given. The .two-injection technique seems to provide a much longer and stronger immunizing effect. While development of the body's own natural defence mechanisms is stimulat ed from active exposure to the disease, the gamma globulin injections prevent the infectious virus from gaining a foothold. This important advance in' preventive medicine is a sig-nifcant conlrbution of the United States Army Medical Corps. 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