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28 Lighting df Future Shown to Engineers The "lighting of the future av demonetrated Thursday for 'delegate to the Canadian Regional Conference the Illuminating Engineering Society." It i electroluminescence a method of producing light without tube or bulb or filaments or gai ind wit described by C. P. Jensen of Bloomfleld. tit. (roller Hamilton, who welcomed delegate.
remarked on Ottawa's program for Improved street lighlirtg. 'iHe Reviewed advaruee made in many cine on -use of mercury vapor and fluorescent lighting for itreeti. Discussing i electrolumines-cence. Mr. Jensen taid wafer- I thin sheets of plastic, metal.
He predicted that electro-1 ceramic, grass cimn ami wire lumiriescea.ee would prove the mesh have been used. To dan eventual answer to demands fori the system hasn't been develop- Increased illumination. Dele- ied to the point where light out-Sates bad been told by interna, put is comparable to fluorescent tional president, GeOrgeTaylor, lighting. v. of New York, that ecwatinci Ideal for Dashboard, studies have hown tharpre's-'r He Mid hwtveft thlt tni lighting i tax Wow whjch light i gener-required tandards.
ite)i jn.toli(1 i ideal 2M Delegate. for car and airplane dashboards. More than 200 delegates, from He elsft- saw increasetftse'n Regina to Halifax are attending'; ceiling and wall panels. the convention which continues; Mr. Jensen 'showed delegates.
ody, Highlight-wilt- he ihaaa exrterimenul panel jn. whicttx annual president reception the color and intensity oi tnev-i end banquet tonight. light could easily changed. Ultn herrt.peKhML,,..,yy.,J,.MQiIhorie. PJLytU.wa teak growth with an i final light and 'briefly to open the meeting.
He ar-reView Tf-iwreet-lighi mg--by-tHiied--wof It- done by-the Ol. CrAA Inimrof-Trfrnrrrrc 'twa chapter in various new Mr. Albini noled that jCon-i buildings in Ottawa. WGTU Would Carry Battle to Classrooms PEMBROKE. June 12.
CT opening id theatres "on Sunday -The Ontario Women' 'and the opening of liquor Christian Temperance Union stores in shopping centre dur-want to take their anti-liquor! ing evening hours, ight to the I Action- to prevent maga-The Union asked in a rewv tinea from by-patsing Ontario "lutior Thursday for provincial; law -on-liquor advertising by government support, for three having a publishing address instruct ore whowould -visit 'outsidethe-province; Ontario schools to teach pupils the fact about alcohol. It asked that Miss G. E. Campbell of Toronto be given hearing by "qualified au Albert- Md'ikentine Dies at His HotnaK DEACON. June 12: Sne- thontie" presumably the cial) Albert died Ontario Education Department recently at his home here after i-rand that If her method of "'new.
instruction Is found satisfac-l He leave hi wife, the for-tory. that ahe.and two other; me' Myrtle Griffith, whom he be put on alary to teach about11 'J6: ne the effect of alcohol acro'Cecll, and a daughter. Mr. Ontario. Harry- Yourth: one brother.
tl. i 'Rudolph, Detroit; and four sis- ending Thursday, also approved EJlc a number of other resolution. Buckingham, Mr. John Abra-TVy demanded: iham of Fort WUI.am.r. a Mack 2dow of Pembroke and Chisan, Palmer, 2 A proTert the sal.
erf candy cigarette, linn minlahira limm. Ryt 1.. Evangelical Church at Killaloe 3. A ban on further liquor outlet. 'i Golden Lake cemetery, 4.
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