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The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 19

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LKICPSOVBOUlOTa .DANCING NIGHTLY ( y Meaytara Sat. , . j - ALSo'sVIBT SUNDAY . THE PARASITES 'Mel DaKh ui tnlwliainut TrymtfHmtut MoaoAtaoRO tmiiaai. -e I TfA WAGON 1 0 r j CHEZ HENRI HOTEL' "'; ' Scion d'Or. . ' AMELAXD BSISEBOIS V et tha staaawar Oread ".. JERKY CARLISLE ; " BANCO TO TONY D'ANGEIO ORCH. , - at tea J- RAINBOW ROOM ; ' ' ENTERTAINMENT ' - NIGHTLY ' ; Cameo lounot stai:d!silul I OTTAWA UITll TiSiTBE K. f eot KINO EDWARD AVE. Xi,' for ' - . Cos Opaaing Praductioa ..- KM A LAUUUI.C ptnatae r eaoaoo palmbb ': .- f , &XMALK ROLES ., . auu. io At o r.m. 4 ' '.' FEMALE ROLE - ' AUO. 17 AT 8 PJ - THE ESCORTS 5 i . TONIGHT- .. Two Shows Nightly . f lo.ll sad 1S.1I pja S 'HUL RICHARD PROULX ! Manoir its Rapides ' ' . ' CaH SJ7-J1SJ Wrf-tam Ottm z&alf Organizatica fc requires ' ! IdrtM Beta luiridf J for adults, one evening i Reply to BOX NO. E-47S, JOURNAL OTTAWA HOUSE r '- in too earn." . . . ' :i Tke Wa Baewa BaUftaJaer 1 RAY SMITH JL HIS QUINTET , Mmery acrti VerkMf LHII I Ami." (nu, -mm Sel ' 3 eaa aiaar mtn. -i t .i A BIKIULAB raATUAB NSW BNQ1.AND run CHowosa Vami.n mta" rriran S4.it I i i nn phi0. A CnllKMKT DINM a ( cnnir, MS TicarT rna Nsi.eoN TaaAiaa of .the legislative aaaambly for Montreal-Vardun, has baen. appointed to the legislative council. . x Premier. Lassie . announced the appointment Wednesday, when Mr. O'Reilly look the oath ai a member of the provincial upper house tor the division of La Durantaye. - : OTTAWA DISCOVERS A large crowd of food and fun lovers drove to. the magnl' flcent Crossroads .'Restaurant Motel last week-end to have gourmet food prepared by the former chef to the Duke of Windsor end to hear the wonderful music of Huey Under wood (the Duke Ellington end his band. - The Crossroads is located about 20 - miles across , the bridge from Corn ws 11. So unique, so different that even Time-Magazine Is writing about It , - ' - A ; dining - adventure you'll long'' remember ; awaits you . . arid the motel it something you'll never, see any where but at this elegant spot Canadian money at par, OPENING MONDAY SHIRLEY HARMER IUMITSO BMOAOKMSNT I BBSBBVATIONS I Ttl-SUl , I tM MAIN St, BUU. Afptariut NitMf 1 its -KaO, kxd west or I1ALLER DAtlilETT Saaaatlaaal Caaitor Stan Si r 4 t ' e a m mim aim mmi mm Dyaamle and exciting singing seaeatloa.' :( 1 ' Saartal aOaattaa e . ' :' , aaaaaata, waaeiaft, - ; : aarlMi, ate. OINNBBS mow t P.M. r BeetmUeea SSS-SSSS , G.OTir:2ftO ccv.-.Tsycio ON 1MB ATLMBB BOAO J TONIGHT Till Saturday Only Jweaal'. Gwaawtj'S the nniDS ' Aatkw af Tka Batcaajr - with , MARRYNN NIXON PIERRETTE VACHON , SHEILA McCOOK Directed by Denis Faulkner Certaia at let IMtm SMS flat SI .IS a4ra PrteM far staemu tatiSey, WaeaaaSay, Tbaneay Lo Hibou Stt RANK STREET Zctt M'e . Mti What Makes Hot and Cold? 1 Win e is-oolame Brltannice hunter Sncyctopedui or school end home. lead soar qutttiont, name, ape, addreu to Tea Afe Why!" ear of Tht Ottatca Journal, In case of duplicate attest ions, (Ac uuthot vttl dtcidi tha winner. rodayt winner Is: Pat Maaaro, it. Camp Bill. Pa. slowly. LEOKUM Some things are hot to the aae aa. Paaa. mil: Dale Mile IK. Oalbraltkl. SOS, ISO. 10; Peat Traaria P. w. Miuarl. s is. sea; Tarvart Aver (M. Waalaa). S.N. Tlaw. SOS 4-9 Priaca Leewt, Minor HaMa. HI PL Jkawir SWIarjra. cart w. erauaa akw awnaa I urn. ha. anil Tmm Maa 0. Mor. rkawjrl. S7.10, lSSe. S.IO: Damla-loa K. Bonb IJ. Plndlajri. tee. see: Haara vote c. II. arasi, See. Tuna! tot Aeibreae Aaaa. Balwewt Latt'a Bar. Johnat Dale, Oaaa Pateey, Anil Vlelat tM- raei ana eianae.-enrDat 4HH Snxtk. Blath et.SOt aedaS. Tke SlaaxV are BraS atakaa" laUmkWOoeal, three tear aMa. Brat errulea. tm, aula: Bocks' Barken IJ. Berbert). t ea. l ie 110: ' bAnntira Blactra IH. MeKMatl. l ie. 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S WED, Sept. 1 4.1 V TICKETS: S.SO S.M 4.S0 1.00 ' NOW ON SALE At AH Three Davis Ageacy Storast Carllngwood, BU- Raga Mats, M Spark St -Trtmblay Concerts Verdun Mayor Named To Legislative Council QUEBEC (CP) George P. O'Rtilly, Mayor of Verdun arid up to now the Liberal member touch, 'other things are cold.: Sometimes the air feels hot. other times It feels cool. What makes the difference? .According to present theories. heat consists of the motion of atoms and molecules. For example. .the atoms and mole cules In the air are able to move about freely, bumping Into each other and Into objects m their path. Now these tiny par' tkles may move rapidly ot If they move rapidly, we say the temperature of the air b high, or that the air b hot If they move slowly (as oa a cold day), we feel the Bu te be cool. ' When It comes to Urn solids, the etoms end molecules cannot move so freely but they are still able to repidly. For example. In a block ot hot IroaJtbe atoms vibrate perhaps a miuioa tunes eecn second and that's pretty rapidly! If you were to touch the tip of your finger to such a block, you would feel pain because of the sudden end vio lent " motion Imparted to the molecules m your skin when they come eeer the fast-moving particles or the iront r , Do molecules really Greenwood Results TOOONTO 01 Bead) Oiaiiit Baoewey: . rim ores, mm rear aas Brala M Itarcauk). 13 70. IK. S-SS; Anaore Explorer tB. Mc Kin-tori, tee, S.soi Naa'i ktaa W. OtalMI, see. TIbm: IAS 4-S. Hal Baldwla. Diraet Paul. Buaerler ChM. xVlvl'i atar. Oaetae. Bua- rwa. three nar alaa ane up. Paaa. aUla: ttish Brooke ID. Caiaaiil. : e 70, see, sae; Hiftuane Skn 1. woexxtl. 7 JO 4 M; Vaakaa Direct (W. WaUweaS). S.1S. Ttma: S IS t-S. sBrawa Vl-b. Babb BrattMPS. kBUIt Da- lux. BMaaea Mai. Kajral Mtnae taaaa aaa xarwa. ' ,..,- Baltr Beaele: S1SSJS. Thue leoe. am ar ale aae up. Trot, aaUa: Klnf C. laa (J. Mol maw, ii. la, a.ia, ao; unmia Itaaevar tat. blfavraaxi. imm. see: Jokaala B. IB. Ma4utt. S ao. tim; e aa ii. all Bo W- Oaaiaae Himw, Claire Haaeaer, ai. 1. Caiuaa, Waa ayasbot alaa Martaa, about? Countless experiment! prove that the molecules actu ally do move constantly. la fact, under the microscope tiny par ticles of mottor In water can be seen being knocked s round by millions' of invisible molecules io motion. At the temperature of melting Ice, on the average, an oxygen molecule moves with a speed of about 1.40S feat per second; end a hydros en molecule about four times as fast. Even in e cubic inch of air a thousand million million collisions per kj take place among the molecules every seconds , Heat and temperature ere not the seme thing. The beet energy which a body contains depends upon the energy of motion of Its atoms and molecules. The quantity of beat may be measured in "calories.'' A calorie is the s mount of beat energy required to raise the temperature of one gram of water one degree Centigrade. But the temperature of e body indicates the level or degree" to which the heat nergy that k contains brings it The coldest-temperature pos sible b 273 degrees below tero" Centigrade because, scientists believe that at that temperature the molecules ere et rest' . Vi-' a f - a, v. FUN TIME ' The RJaale Bex 1. What makea waves? 1. Haw many feet in a yard? 1 When shouldn't you chop down a tree? ANSWERS Tf:::-t 1. fiMttthvee. 9. It 'danandc an how mane Beonla in the vard. 1. iWhea you don't have aa axe. . a -,.a . .. a . CROSS WORD PUZZLE' East End Beach' Studied A critical Mayor Whitton has taken charge of a Recreation and Parks Department sugges tion, for development of e second Mooney's Bey" in Ot tawa. Director Alph Dulude request ed Board o( Control permission to open negotiations for base or purchase of an to acre site owned by the . National Capitel Commiuiori ' on the oatBvstBBSa Rideau Rrver, opposite Brant-wood Beach. " 1 The proposed East End beach has been talked sbodt on City Council's recreation committee for more then IS years. It came to the forefront again this year in light of the. "heavy use" of Mooney's Bay facilities where e one day attendance record of 17.000 was reached on a recent Sunday. Mayor. Whitton said the pro Electric Hand Tools All One Low Price Your Choice 1 year '. Guarantee 38 DRILL With locking trigger, thrust bearing. . NOW AT YOUR FAVOURITE STORE posed development would cost in the neighborhood of S1.50t,-000 and hat ordered reports from the planning board, the National Capital Commitsion and the Ontario Department of Municipal Affairs so the Board will have "all the facts" before coming to a decision. North Americans lick more tha-n 4.000.000.000 cream cones a year. SABRE SAW J Ball With push-button operation. ' Rip and circle guide In- . eluded. , .. 3- LAY.... 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