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April 2, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 29

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Jhorr-on'-. now you.,,.. . .... ,., , . . . , , .... . ...... . t . - JzJ 4VAM&ltML ""WAY' AlJSi 'jt. R? -nHe) J' ' vwi't 'let ifio??W ?iwcK'wllmwdokl,':,v--.: .' .'fCoine-pver about nines fed always rests for n hour'-. ; 1 .? t :.-,rr -. 1 - &V7 '''A'-'' l.OLVINC STONES ' medication without rw tCSSSS Jtt 'V ''ASL "' 5?B-,i ' . . i - 1 - , , H f . f' I u there spy known method prescription ;or-Tequer from - jfj rH medication prescription your doctor. Where Does Cooking Gas Come From? . - Win the lS-yolume Britannica Junior Encyclopedia tot school and home: Stud pour questions, name, age, address to ''Tell Me Why!", care of. The Ottawa Journal. Incase Lof duplicate questions, the author -will decide'the winner. Today's uinner is: Michael Kesskr,f2 Bropklun, NY. , '. ii- ""-'""v 1 ; rir.M 01 fiij, inrre isn I J.MSr one k;nd nif ga that . i med in home and industry, there -ure four kmd,s: natural jjaif manu. factured gas, mixed Ras (a mix-, ture of these two), and liquefied petroleum' (or bottled gas). -. , Natural ga ijjthe result of a process millions of years old. Long aso,- water covered' most of the earth. As the water, withdrew, hilliohs and billions' of tiny planti, and living fells gathered mto-a kind of organic mud and sank hundreds of eet into the earthThnwgh heat and compression, this 'organic mud decayed and turned into a pas. ThiVgas was closed under the eaih by ceilings of rock and and and slone. By drilling nojes-into the eartn, it is po- b!e m draw th s gas out. Then pipelines are used to carry it to where it is. needed. . Manufactured gas is made from coal. Powdered foal 1 1 heatd m great, closed ovens from' which ir has been hut out. When the heat reaches a -certain pomtr thf coal- becomes-pasty and gives up its gases. These, gases are carried aav. through pipes and then certain impurities are taken out. Final-, ly the pure coal ga enters stor-. age holders.' From there p-pe- lines carry it to homes and factories whet e it is to be used. Today,, much more natural gas. is used than manufactured gas. At 'fyrst,' the problem was one of transportation, so it 'couldn't' be used m distant places. One thing that helped was the development of new ways of making pipelines. In .1925, seamless, thin steel pipes were developed fhat were able to carry gas across an entire continent. Power to move gas ong distances is supplied by h u g e pumping (or compressor) stations. These compressors raise the pressure of the gas so it will flow more quickly. The en en its gmes that drive the compresso . develop as much ai 5n,nwi horsepower al a'singie station, and they are spaced from 50 to 1 TOO miles apart. TVS TIME The Chuckle Box Jane: . Did you' know that the tw inai . ine English Ian- lled "S-tJ" only words in the E guage that are spelled and are pronounced "S-H U" re "sumac" and ''tugar Jack: Sure! ', ' ' . - ' John:. Have you heard the story about-the dirty window? . Jean: No. , , John: Never. m'mA', you couldn't see through it anyway, PLANS UNIQlE SCHOOL NANAIM0, B.C. (CP) The chool hoard here has ordered plans for a new three-room elementary school in which. .class-rooms will have five sides 'and each room will open into a play area. .The board says its new design will assist both, teachers and students. f j . III . FOR j- Furniture Values v ITS ; SWED10VE FURNITURE CO, LTD. " 174 Dalhmislv St. : . 23ft4lfi66 223 Rideau St. 232-0994 ; .1 WORD PUZZLE p . JF K T Can you change the firt word "Dark" to the last word "Pest" in' f"u'r moves? Change one letter -in the ,m4' with' earn move. See tomorrp'i papr for the answer. Wtn the Britannica World Atlas or Yearbook of Events. Send your riddles, jokes to:. Biddies. Jokes,- "Tell Me Why! Today's uinner is: Bobby Gould, M eri& en. Conn. . " ' , AUCTION SALE 1319 SHILLINCTON-AVENUE ' . SAlX'RDAYr. APRIL 4, 1964 AT 10.30 A.M. A Public trustee lot, and one lot of very fine desks from Tippet-Richardson Furniture Movers. -' Connlnttnf of CnurhM Choirs. nrtir, Cht Dnwfn. Porthle Sin( Machine. Chiie lyun. Clr CheM. TV Swivel Chmrs Dilhri. I4mp. mmr Sterlln Silver. Rxrrntit Dek ir .MJihon, evrrl other Denk In very' nire eonrtition, oftire rhaira irm . triht in oak. ftc. HENRY L. MULLEN & SONS Aiirtlnneert. f urniture lninv for rime and rhlir 233-5M0S 843 Somerset W. . Res.: 233-3017 I I I Wi RENT cheiferfieid iuilei; suites,' folding chairs; tables; office furniture; complete By the day household furnishings. By the week By, the month v By the year AVE DELIVER WE PICK IT We supply complete (ervlce to the merchandise while. . on rental RENTAL PLAN MAY BE CONVERTED TO PURCHASE PLAN "' For the rental of new merchandise, telephone or gn to our Bank Street store at 2 SI Bank, near Somerset. !ll-lS0fl. For the rental of trade-in merrhandlse. telephone or to tn our Murray Street store - at 111 Murray, near Palhousle, 235-5147. .- "V7--' "'.' d. II '. ' ' "'; I. JOHNSON'S - LIMITED j r?rs'i- 4. JW JW WA- u w i A A a iiTaiLt for dissolving atones in gall bladder or kidney? Unfortunately-',.' there known meinrxi ' ir dissolving. these .-atones.. - Many strange .and' .bizarre techniques , have been advocated In all parts of the wofld fanciful ones like, chewing charcoal, swallowing sesame seed oil, even amell---ing burnt gra.ss.-. The Jormation of stones in patienls who are prone to fet them, can frequently be prevented by dietary regimes and medication. - However, when once the' stones are formed, they -fpust either pass out of the body spontaneously, or be . re mov ed " by s u &ery, . T Aitive experimentation is in piogress to find a chemical means of dissolving these' (tones. .-'" '-,.. PRESCRIPTION REFUSAL. W'hy do pharmacists' refuse to refill prescriptions'? ' ' Your pharmacist is protecting you : when he refuses to give you more-of-a prescribed bedroom suites; dining room televisions; refrigerators; cribs; I FURNITURE 4 . & frVerciiV iiwsMsfisiiainitni Ft i&alli iaBiatai.saliiiaa.i A-v JkA AAA AA A A. AAK A A A A dAAAAAA A AMA.X A AA : .1 ; Drugs are prescribed in limited quantities for the specific illnesses of the ' individual 'patient.- Sumetimes they . aie inlendc : fur only one phase; of an illno-j. : . . If your- pharrfiatTs't wie to telill your 'prescription simply because ynu think that you or a friend or a member of the family may have the same' illness for' which the. medicine was originally ordered, it would be a" violation of his legal and ethical responsibility. '-' . : ill tf;(ei: i Call SHERATON HOTELS for reservations by 4 second electronic T FESERVATRON r CEntral 6-2270 , 'JlinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllillMIIMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIH LINOLEUM I TILE I 9 x 9 ; , 7Vic : i . - For f ree Estimates I Call Us AW k I CAPITAL TILE 1 & FLOORING 1. 1340 Bank $1. 733-7525 aiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiimiiimiiumiii Just Naturally Faster , Ka'tural Gas is the instant - response fuel; turn it on, it's on; turn it ofTjt's ofTinstantly! No cither fuel, can compare with .Natural Gas for cookinj;., rrfriscrai tion, water heating clothes 1 r y i n g-and house-heat iiisx- 276 BANK STREET 236-9491 ... -Jt 1 P I I S. 1 I ' ' ' 'ES .'.;'. ! MAKTV I VoM. tAR.' ( WE SAID HE WAS 5 l. X . 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