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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHDRIDGE HERALD Thursday, Juno 11, 1970 Awards Presented COLKJ1AN (CXI1 Bureau) Hall Chainbcrlin, mine mana- and .suiKTiutcndant of Cole- man Collieries, at a luncheon mcctini; held in Frank pre- sented the winners of the an- nual mine safely contest with awards. Receiving the replicas of mine safely lamps were John Ondrus for "13" level mine and John Makin for Vicary Creek mine. Mr. Clmmberlin also pre- sented first aid certificates lo the successful candidates of the recent St. John Ambulance As- sociation classes held in Blair- Congratulations were nlso tended to llichard Maniuardt. Waller Kiic'hs, Harry Kciihd and Edward Taje who we e successful in passing their ex- aminations for thii'd class ccr tifiealcs in mining competency Mr. phambcrlin commended the- employees for the time ami effort expended to nchiuc these goals. He reminded tho e present of the many hours the mine rescue team has spent training to be ready and com- petent for any emergency, but expressed hope that their abili- ties would never have to be called upon. "GREAT AMERICAN PASTIME" The "Great American according to art- ist Tomiyo Scski, is watching television whils munching potato chips and other foods. The wide, greedy mouths, pendulous breast! and swollen bellies of the nude papier mache figures makes the sculpture repellent to many. But guards at the Montreal Mu- seum of Fine Arls enjoy watching the real color television set. Producers Of Obscenity HAMILTON (CP) The two producers cl (lie first Canadian film to bo tested in the courls for obscenity were condoled Tuesday on four charges, fined each and placed on proba- tion for a year. Ivan Kcitman, 23. of To- ronto, and Daniel Goldberg, 21, of Hamilton, woi'c sent- enced by County Judge Thco JlcCor.ibs. They will appeal the sentences. They were convicted of pos- sessing, printing, making and publishing obscene ma- terial willi their production of. Columbus of Sex. DEATHS INCREASE f' a s s i v e snowslides killed more Uian 70 persons in Alpine ski resorts and villages in Feb- ruary. I DROPPED OUT OF THE RAT RACE. If modorn lifo in tha mad metropolis is iust loo much, try another lifestyle. Geronimo Vie dropped out of one world into another. A former Madison Avenue advertising executive, ho moved his family from that hectic existence to the pedco and quiet of Fender Island, B.C. There he learned to rediscover himself and what he was capable of doing from poetry to plumb- ing. He tells about this new style pioneering. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE By BRIAN SULLIVAN NEW YORK (AP) The Milky Way galaxy is losing its gravitational "glue" that holds its millions South Lethbridge Shopping Centre on Mayor Magrath Drive UDIES AND TEENS' LADIES' AND TEENS' Assorted colors. Sizes 8 to 14. Regular to 1.39 Sleeveless-Solid shades Regular 6.88 Large Selection. Reg. lo 1.57 Limited quantity "CHARGE IT" Remember We're Air-Condifioned LAWN FURNITURE REDWOOD LOUNGER CORNiNG WARE BAKE W FRY SET Floral padded pad ncluded 4 positions. Regular 67.77 Covered Baka Dish 48-oz. Covered Skillet 9 inch ON SALE THUSS. EVENING, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY. BOYS Reg. lo 1.49. Assorted colors MEN'S Reg. to 5.99 Assorted tolors. "CHARGE IT" Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. ta 1 p.m.j Thurs. and Fri. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ZELCO 1600 LINE INTERIOR LATEX PAINT A Valua at 4.27 NOW ONLY HSGH RISE BICYCLE AMPLE FREE PARKING KIDDIES' DELUXE Siics S-M-L. Assorted color! Regular 2.49 Slaloms Ski Of Standard Save up to 10.00 Bluo or Brown Pctdd Save 6.00 cf stars a sur- prisingly rapid rate, a Univer- sity of Maryland physicist re- ports. Eventually, in the far fu- ture, this means that a star such as the earth's at the edges cf the galaxy along with' tlie solar break free of the weakening gravity and fly off into space. One estimate places that at perhaps hundreds of millions of years away. "The galaxy does seem to be losing its binding energy at a great Dr. Joseph Weber Monday told a confer- ence on relativity at the Insti- tute for Space Studies here. "Tins another phy- sicist said, "that something fantastic is happening at the centre of the galaxy." The force of gravity, which tugs man to the earth's sur- face, holds all large celestial bodies together, even though it is the weakest force in na- ture compared with nuclear and electromagnetic energy. PRODUCES WAVES Albert Einstein set forth in his general theory of relativ- ity in 1916 the idea that the gravity field around bodies such as stars should produce waves if the bodies are in some kind of motion. But because such waves would be extremely weak if they existed, scientists won- dered how to detect them. It was not until June of last year that Weber produced convinc- ing evidence that he had de- tected them. Weber told the conference he measured the flow of the gravitational energy picked up by his sensitive instru- ments, then in a series of steps computed the energy being lost from the source of the waves in the centre of the galaxy. It appears, he said, that the galaxy is losing energy at a rate equivalent to the mass of suns each year. But what is causing this tremen- dous flow of energy remains a mystery. "We can't account in any way for the source of these one physicist ob- served. "It remains a huge puzzle." Dr. Philip Morrison of the Massachusetts Institute o E Technology, a leading physi- cist, said Weber's work must be confirmed by other experi- menters. If Weber is right, Morrison said, his work will be of stunning fundamental importance. East Provinces Poor Children Of Confederation MONCTON, N.B. (CP) Jo- seph F. Larochc, vice-president j of the Quebec Federation of' Later, today described the provinces east of Ontario as "the poor children of Confedera- tion" and that the wealth of the country "begins in Ontario to only go west." Mr. Larochc was addressing about 270 delegates and guests at the second day's session of tha Hth annual convention cf the New Brunswick Federation of Labor. He criticized the federal gov- ernment for bringing in mea- sures "which increase tha un- employment crisis" in the east- ern provinces while seeking to fight inflation. Since Confederation, "unem- ployment, a weak and continu- ously wavering economic sub- structure" have been the share of (lie eastern provinces. The victims of this type oC economy i were the workers. j TIIUllSDAY MOVIE: island In the Sui, 6 Ch. D: A Music Hal.. p.m.. Ch. Top popular- ausic composer Bui-t Bacharach is joined by Ins; piotegtc )ionne Warwick, musical-comedy star Jcel Orey and F.cnch Che; (Cosby) is badgered by an aggressive o let his non-athletic sou play on [ho school football tc.im. With Kcfcomiah Persoff. SCIENCE: Making Waves, p.m., C 7: rhe Natmo oJ Things examines the psychological and physical effects of l. P.-., Ch. 7: The as Artist features Dr. Kenneth Clark's views on ICllKonlu ry papal Rome and such artistic giants as Michdangelo, Raphael and Da Vinci. r, MOVIE: Creatures of Destruction, p.m., Ui. 1- A hypnotist at a posh resort predicts the time a taller sea monster will strike. With Les Tremayne MOVIE: Doctor at Sea, p.m.. Ch. 13: Duk Bogardo stars as a young doctor who signs on a ship run by a gruff captain and capricious fate. With Brigitte Bardot. FRIDAY MOVIE: The Wackiest Ship in the Army, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: Jack Lemmon stars in a 1960 comedy about a Naval lieuten- ant assigned to a dangerous mission. Progtami luisd by tho Any variation in program schedules di miriuts ttiangei by tho ond n Monitlinily of Herald cr Boslway TeU s on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour New: THURSDAY HIGH! World at ft Music Market Report News Music lolls Show MS Chamber Music Winnipeg Orchesl Lumtien Show FRIDAY fl-00 Music News, Wea'her Probe 1220 12-20 Farm 12-30 News, Sport! JccR Thys Bulletin Board Matinee CHEC News on the Hour Wihr., Sports THURSDAY NIGHT Jean Pauley Farm News fi-05 Dinner showcase Newsr Sports, Wthr. 4-05 Caravan News Sports, Wthr. Bent Pedersen News FRIDAY Farm Show News sports, Weather News StocK MarKeT Report Woman's World 5-30 Farm News Slocks CHEC FM Monday Thru Friday News Fileen Minutes to i- CER Radio 1010 Calgary News on the hour n the Half Hour The Hour S-00 AM Tom Mitchell A.M. CHEC FM Sport Roparf A.M. John David Horn CHEC FM Newi CHEC FM Sport Report I-00 -l-OO P.M. THH O'her Side Chuck Holiday P.M. CHEC FM Sport Report A.M. Shawn Kellcy THURSDAY NIGHT Tempo World OT SIX Th3 Happy Time Between Ourselves Thursday MUSIC National News Five Nights A Week Disaster at Sea 11-03 Chamber Music Gcrrusll CBC Winnipeg Orcrt Nc- Music Past MidniQht FRIDAY Eye Opener World nt Eiqhf Max Matinee Mr. Fixlt Radio Noon After Noon 2-03 Enlre HouS Matinee Aflerncon Concert Max rerijuiun Galloping Gourmet Flight Log 6 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY t TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY........ CONVENIENT TERMS! 9 TELEVISION 9 FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th St. S, Phone 323-2328 CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Three StoogcJ Teleprorjfi 7 Telenrobe 1 11-JO Movie: Creatures Of Destruction FRIDAY Pinnochio and Oz 7-00 Get Smnrt Mr, Dressup Doris Day Ed Allen