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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 25, 1970 long distance is hall a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck oil Sunday! TO ANY PUCE IN'ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA It's the talk of the Province! On Sundays you can call long dis- tance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents. SUNDAY saves you time as well as money because this rate ap- plies to ODD calls. Just dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking. It's a nice way to keep in touch. You can do a lot of long-distance talking for ust half a buck anytime between Saturday mid- night to 6 a.m. Monday. Rates do not apply o pereon-to-percon, collect, hlrd party billing, time imf charge, coin phone, or credit card calls. f you happen to live In an irea without ODD service, SUNDAY SO rates apply to t to station calls placed with the Operator. long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on. Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! ;o ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA EJ.aGif ILBSftTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES I ig Bang Theory Wins Support Universe's Creation Argument Rages WASHINGTON (AP) United States Navy astronomer reported today discovery of ne evidence supporting the "Bi iang" theory Uutt the univers ivas created billions of year ago by the explosion of a fin ball. The evidence consists of x rays believed to come from ar invisible galaxy some 76 ml I lion-trillion miles from th planet earth, the team of nav scientists said. .The pattern and relative] low-level intensity of the x-ray substantiate Big Bang theorists beliefs that space radiation ha an extremely cold temperature The temperature would hav to be "cold" to confirm the Bi Bang theory. Earlier measure- (AIRLINES .COURSE FOR MEN AND WOMEN If you or.? between the ages of 17 and 34, and have I completed grade twelve, (or will let us help you (prepare for an exciting new career with the commercial airlines. Train for Passenger I Agent, Communicationist, Op- erations Agent, Hostess, Sta- Ition Agent, Ticket Agent, etc. Preliminary instruction need not interfere with present [Occupation. Get full informa- tion today. No obligation. Fill out coupon and mail this lad to: IDept. AB-050, Mr. H. L. Warren, AIRLINES TRAINING DIVISION, Atlantic School, 12261 Coma Lake Avenue, Coquitlam, New Westminster, B.C. Name Address City ___ Province Age 'Phono I Education ...............I menis taken in the Milky W; galaxy- by infra-red tcchniqin have indicated space radiatio is warm. The Big Bang theory has Ion been the more heavUy-favore of the two major' concepts to es plain the birth of the universe. WAS ONE BIG LUMP It holds that som years ago all th matter for a potential univers was contained in a primordu massive singi a temperatur of degrees. This super-fireball lasted onl a second, then exploded with "Big eventually form all the stars, galaxies and plan ets. Neivman Tops Candidate For NFB Job OTTAWA (CP) A decision is expected shortly, sources say on the appointment of a new National Film Board commis sioner to replace Hugo Me Pherson who resigned severa weeks ago. State Secretary Pelletier is re- sorted to have narrowed the candidates to "half a dozen or with, former television >roducer Sydney Newman al he top of the list. Mr. Newman, now acting lirector of the programming branch of the Canadian Radio and Television Commission, is out of Otatwa this week and ources say he is considering the job following conversations vith Mr. Pelletier. If the job goes to Mr. New- nan he would be returning to the NFB after an 18-year abs- nce. He was in charge of the o a r d 's cinema productions 'hen he resigned in 1952 to join he CBC. SHOE REPAIRS BEST FAST x CHEAP SHOE HOSPITAL 331 llth Street South The theory also holds that ra- diaiton from the initial blast still pervades the that at least some of the radi- owaves detectable on earth by radio-telescopes represent, in effect, the whispers or echoes of creation itself. The rival theory to the Big Bang is the so-called Steady State known as "the theory of continuous crea- tion." It contends the universe has always been in a steady state, but that matter is continuously being fed into just one atom at a that this is what makes the universe expand, rather than any prime- val fireworks. The new evidence was ob- tained by an x-ray telescope carried 102 mils high by an Aerobee rocket launched from White Sands, N.M., missile range in April, 1968. HEACH INTO SPACE The telescope, in an up-and- down flight lasting only a few minutes, zeroed in on an opti- cally-invisible radio galaxy called nearest Low Prairie Jobless Rate In Sask. REGINA (CP) Premier Ross Thatcher says Saskatche- van, despite economic difficul- ties, had the lowest unemploy- ment rate on June 20 of the provinces. He said Dominion Bureau ol tatistics figures for that data how Saskatche w a n's unem- loyment rate at 3.5 per cent f the work force, compared rith 4.2 in Alberta and 4.6 in lanitoba. "We have maintained a good limate for industry in this rovince and can oplimistical- look ahead to an improve- ient in the over-all economic Mr. Thatcher said in statement. He noted that DBS figures for une 21, 1969, showed Saskat- a three per cent lemployment rate then, while :berta had a 2.4 per cent rate Manitoba 1.8. of the powerful radio-emitting galaxies, the navy said. The evidence dispels doubt re- cently cast on tlie Big Bang theory of the universe's crea- tion, the scientists said. The earlier reports were cor- rect, the scientists said, but the data apparently were misinter- preted by scientists as possible challenges to the Big Bang idea. The x-rays give strengthened support to the idea that a par- ticular form of background ra- diation is actually a persistent remnant of the Big thereby constituting a kind of ghostly echo creation itself. The x-rays are "truly a mea- surement of the space radiation as it exists out in the cold envi- r o n m e n t of outer space, whereas the infra-red observa- tions constitute just a measure- ment of the background radia- tion within our own the scientists said. Dr1. Herbert Friedman, Dr. T. A. Chubb and researcher Ed- ward T. Byram, all of the Naval Research Laboratory, described their findings in a report to the technical journal Science and in an interview. Edmonton Unhappy With Rate EDMONTON (CP) Mayor Ivor Dent said yesterday the city has completed arrange- ments to borrow rrom a consortium of Canadian linns but was not happy with the interest rate. The mayor said the city wiT )ay interest at 9.5 per cent am hat the financing was needee to complete city projects now under way. Another to 000 will be required before the end of the year for other pro- ects, he said. The firms include Thompson, Richardson Sfecur- ties, Royal Securities, Green- Melds, Midland Osier, the Bank of Montreal and the Roy- al Bank. LISTINGS Frogrumi llttaJ by and tikvltten ilalloni. Any to program ithidulM b latfc M by thi ifatkmi not f Ttltvhta. Two TWO RACERS breeds of horses are for sport in Canada, the loroughbred and the stan- ardbred. ,d Karen Hood and Greg Malowney are studying agri-business. CJOC if News on the Hour Wthr., Sporls on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Sports i News I____ Wayne Barry Daryl Ferguson Action Set All Night Jhow SUNDAY Rob Ingram News Church Broadcast MONDAY News Jim Elliot Show Paul Tlvldar News Holiday Someihlng Say Capital Report CBC Shpwcase Phone BUI Show Wayne Barry Show Galloping Gourmet _ Gardening Funny You Should Bulletin Board Say That Probe 1220 Songs of Faith News, Sports Christian Science Hour ot Decision Jack Thys Snow Voice of Prophecy Sunshine Bulletin Board Sunday Magazine Evangel Hour Probe 1220 Rob Ingram Sunday Supplement Road Report CHEC if News on the Hour Wthr., Sporls on the Half Hour SATURDAY NIGHT Back to the Call of the Land Dinner Showcase God Hour MO c um, Back to The Blbl. World Tomorrow News' Sports' Wthn World Tomorrow Music for Cattle Music for Lalt Late Niters Niters News fifteen News fifteen minutes to the hour, to the hour. SUNDAY SATURDAY noon The Other _.. p.m. Chuck Holiday Side a.m. Shawn p.m. Chuck News fifteen mlnutei Kel ey Holiday to the hour. SUNDAY p.m. The Monday thru Friday Sign On other side a.m. Tom Mitchell Over the Rainbow MONDAY a.m. CHEC FM News, Sports, Wfhr Ron Stone Sport Report Morning Farm Show a.m. John David Luncheon UatE News, Sports, Wthr. Horn Jean Paulsy Comments Caravan News, Sports, Wthr News, Spi Bruce TJ- News Three Hills Blblt Mennanlte Inst. Hour Author interviews Gospel Hour Mormon Tabernacln Choir Wthr. Way I hompson See It Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way I See It Community Bulletin Board CHEC FM CHEC FM Sport Report p.m. The Other Side Chuck Holiday p.m. CHEC FM Sport Report a..m. Shawn Kel ley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary SATURDAY NIGHT Indian Magazine 7 03 What's New Metronome Pratley ar Movies Misundersfan- Ing Anthology 11 03 Little Brother Saul Music Past Mid- night SUNDAY 7 03 Morning Concert 7 45 Children's Storlei Voice of the Pioneer Prairie Gardener Sunday Magazine 0 03 Sunday Supplement 1 03 Van Chamber Orchestra Capital Report World at Eight Your Two Bucks Alberta News Worth Commentary Morning Concert Weekend Sound of Galloping Gourmet Sports Part 1 Gerrusll Summer Nathan Cohen Switchboard News Sunday and Friends National News Matinee Weekend Sound Cdn. Short Stories Coneybeare and Casting about with John Fisher Radio Noon Four and Forty Entre Nous Rhapsody Beethoven 1970 Jazz, the Vintage Matinee Years Personality Don Sims Show Afternoon Concert jununftv Actuality MONDAY BBC Eye Ooener Weather HEART RECIPIENT On the roof of St. Hospital In Toronto, Rev. Edward Madigan chats transplant surgeon Dr. James Yao. Dr. Yao and Dr. Clare B. Baker performed a heart transplant operation on Rev. Madigan on April 27 of this year. Rev. Madigan Is now urging everyone to consider donating a heart, kidney or cornea after death. Now, that's good thinking! Karen and Greg.are preparing for careers in two of the many new aspects of agri-business and agri- technology. There are excellent job opportun- ities awaiting graduates in such fields as agri-chemistry, land resources technology, livestock and feed production, as well as business education, textiles and design. These are just a few of the many courses available. For further information complete and mail this coupon. Address it to the College of your choice: The Principal, Agricultural Vocational Collega OLDS t Fleasi on courses available. interested VERMILION Alberta 'Alberta Address: City or Town: ..AJ alberta agricultural vocational colleges operated by the'Alberta Department of Agrlculluw Hon. H. A. Rustd Dr. E. E. Minister deputy Minister Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. SUPPLIERS OF BUILDING MATERIAL SPECIALTIES LETHBRIDGE There's nothing God permits In grace That ever comes in vain; He has o shining "afterwards" For every cloud of rain. 17" Portable TELEVISION Deep Focus Picture Automatic Picture Balance Automatic Channel Equalizer ONLY si moo 149 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED Opsn Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nlglriit TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-Sth St. Phona 328-2328 CJIH-TV Chonnel 7 (Cablevlsion Ch. 6) Lloyd Erlckson MONDAY Singers Mr. Dressup SB-No Ed Allen (c) FOR SALE COUNTRY HOME With Acreage On Hard Surface Highway At COALDALE, ALBERTA PRICE CONTACT L. S. HANDLEY-Ph. 345-3534 Real Estate SATURDAY NIGHT Bugs Bunny (c) Wolper Special lilbo Dnirp'eopT, i Friendly Giant (t) Kaleidosport (c) Cnez Heleiu News Meet Mullett Commonwealth Double Exposure James (c) News Top Luncheon Dot. World of Disney (c) Part 1 Music Machine Cartoon Party My World and Welcome to It Ed Sullivan Forsyte Saga (c) Hillbillies Movie: Dunkirk (c) Once More With Felix News Teleprobe 7 Movie: 23 Paul tp Baker Street SUNDAY Pinnochio and Oz Canada War Faith for Today (c) Tales of thi Rlverbank Wolper Special Weekend (c) News (cl Teleprobi 7 Movie: Luncheon Datt Part 2 Abbott and Costello Go to Mars TaRe Thirty Edge of Ninht (e) Galloping Gourmet O'lbervilla (c) Strangt Alfectlon To Rome With CFCN-TV Lethbrldge Channel 13 (Coblevlsion Ch. 4) Umu-T ii.nn-r-i-i. ...__.- _- SATURDAY NIOHT This Week country Music Sports Roundup .Hall Report 7m i W Sixth Column Jf'Kj'.SlMson Growing Things Randall 4 Hopklrk star Trek Movie: The Tenth Cris Cros (c) victim (c) World Tomon ow 11 MWS Question Period f.BW? (c) Challenging Sea Movie: Ordsn to Nun SUNDAY Humbard, CFCN (c) Report Court Martial Religion Oral Roberts Day of Discovery Uncle Bobby (c) Underdog MONDAY Thought' for Day University of Air Peyton Place Romper Room Today "u" Uncle Bobby Engle Movie: This Island Humperdlnck ic) Earth (c) Dream of JeannH Magistrate's Court Comedy Tonight People in Bewitched (c) Conflict c) Fabulous sixties Doctors n ary (c) (c) Smart Alec (c) Wynne's Pad Popeye Marcus Welby e News (c> -ro KRTV Greof Falli Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) Track Mil Today In Montana SATURDAY NIGHT Green Acres Comedy Tonight Gunsmoke c Movie: Rosie (c) ,6ol( Tourney (c) Squares e Roger Mudd Jeopardy c SS. S. McGee Report c i ,J or Another Bill Cosby Show c Somerset c Bonanza c As the World Turnl Mission: Our Deputy SUNDAY Living Word Toin and Jerry c Revival Fires c Rex Humbard Kalhryn Kuhlman Tabernacle choir Insight Face the Nation Meet the Press Hawaii Five-0 Dragnet Brachen's World (c) Deputy (c) MONDAY jifcKle and JeckK Salule Agrlcullun K Our World H. R. Putnsluf Today Show c The Doctors c Another World- Bay City Edge ot Night Corner Pyle Mike Douglas c Andy Grltfitn Cronkile News Lucille Ball c Huntley-Brlnkley c KFBB-TV Great Raid Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. Jl) SioS H. Bronson (c) Survivers hows Movie All at Sea SUNDAY Farm News Dudley Do Right fantastic Voyaoi Spidcrman c BullwlnKIt t Ed Sullivan Movie: TBA F.B.I. News Movie: sidt Street MONDAY e Bent) News Kangaroo c It Takes Two c Jack Lalannt Secret Storm c One Life to Ltvt Dark Shadows Love Is a Many Splendored Thing General Hospital Life with LInkletter That Girl Bewitched TV-5 News if Takes A Thief ;