The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa,  on August 11, 1964 · Page 16
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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 16

Ottawa, Canada
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Tuesday, August 11, 1964
Page 16
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THE OTTAWA JOURNAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 11. 1964 Ivil N I the season's latest fabrics! new 18 iall RETURN TO WORK ; HAMILTON (CP) - Long shoremen who staged wildcat walkout at Hamilton docks Monday afternoon returned to work la the evening, talks with shipping companies .Wert scheduled for today. No reason was given for the brief strike which inter rupted unloading of four ocean going ships. . J : I BUILDING MATERIAL CENTRES TO SERVE YOU . BytewH lumbar ' Callneati Lumbar . PapimauvDIt Lumbar ; 4274M4 L fcruSctnmt i RU Ltd. MaadwakJIMI Moat Laariar til lonhemiM Mittr UI$ Ui 771-SzSl ' RENT A NEW CAR ANNUALLY Ma cask umrtunl. IwmMi natal nla, KmUI Includw , Imeieuia, - OU ae Tim eae Car MaUW- LEASE-IT AUTOS ' LAURENTtAN im An Att OttatM Company Ml AOwtt StTMt tss ssst J SEATS . X $f.49 D. KEEP EDWARDS ' - X LIMITED . , 72S-M1 OTTAWA Lmmotr met Bmildint .. , . . SupplU )..-,. BICYCLES: r a I. r. GOODRICH STORE 4M wa ST. . SSS-ltSl ' . aiiM aawaMM saswtr FUEL OIL - Residential and mi Baseline Rd, : OS-ani IM HM W"Mt ml ftawisl OPBM m DAILY St thf Itrgnt ktleciion of ; FIssr Coieriss Hi OTTAW r-r fCONOMY FLOOR COVERING 711 SOMERSET ST. W. . Cr. Artket - ill eai i "Our I'ricas WUI Floor fo" PIANOS F i. . 3 J v '"- MAKE OWN SEA WATER ' . Bef oca this experiment begins' the two potential ' women scientists are going to make their own sea ' water. -Giving them few pointers is the director of students' science course. Dr. John Anderson, left, . , associate professor of biology at Carleton University. , In the centre is Denuta Kurowski, Usgar Collegiate r- student, and Miml St. Onge, 17, of Quebec Oty. at right " .-.t ' T :. , ''A v. . .. ' "' - - INSTRUCTORS EXHAUSTED 35 Young Scientists i7 On Last Leg of (Course Thirty - five hand - picked. .dona before. Dr. Wiles for' one. would - be. Canadian scientists are up to their eye brows m test tubes and saline 'solutions this week. . , ,-' These top .high school stu dents,, studying .at Ottawa' uni versities, range m age from 15 to IS. And they are- so thusiastic their instructors are exhausted trying to keep up to tham. i ' , ? i. The students are on the last leg of a six week Summer course in science sponsored by the Royal Canadian Institute the oldest scientific society m Canada. It is the second such course to be bald in Canada. The first five weeks wen spent in, Lakefield, where students covered the scientific field from physics to geology, with daily math classes thrown in. While here- they . art going into the phase of scientific work which Interests them most. The first part of the course helped jive them the idea of the unity of the sciences. Dr. John Anderson, assDCiatk professor of! bMofey at Carleton University and director of the course, said. The classes give the students an outline of what is going on In the scientific world. And they can make op their minds more easily when they get to uni versity, he said. ' , PROFESSOR GASPING Science isn't the students' only interest though. Socially they convene oa such a wide area, and with such depth. Dr. Donald R. Wiles, a Carleton as- sociate professor hi chemistry, says it leaves him gasping.'-:- When It comae to classes be can start out lecturing at t m the morning, and the students can still be going strong at 11 m. In all cases the experiments which art being done are a form - of research, the professors say. These have not been is anxious to sea bow they turn out. v; f . i s Ten of tb U are taking chem istry at Carleton, and eight are taking biology. - Eight attend geology classes and labs at Uni versity of Ottawa and nine are taking physics at the National Research Council. .'. Cornwall Plant Sets Safety Mark A new safety record for. the pulp and, paper Industry la On- tarkv of I.tM.OM man hours without an injury serious enough to force anyone to lose time or pay was set t a.m. Monday in Cornwall And the town. and the com pany got together to celebrate the occasion. . To set the record the I. MO employees of the Cornwall mill ot Howard Smith Division of Domtar Pulp and Paper Limit ed worked 214 days from January I without serious accident. The old record of 1.MS.17S man hours was held by the International Cellulose Research Limited of Hawkesbury. Ceremonies marking the event included the raising ot a special safety flag. fireworks display,. band concert, pres entations and spoechts by such notables as Mayor Nick Kaneb of Cornwall, D. W. Peat, man-agar of the mill, and Ross Scott manager of the Ontario Pulp and Paper Makers . Safety As- sodatioa. 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