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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 - THE UTHBRIDGE HERAlO ~ Thursday, November 19, 1970 39 MAIE - FEMALE HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED FULL - TIME HELP wanted. Apply �� person, Progress j Clothing, HM1> 5th St S. No photic! cells please cntU-JT ! DO YOU HAVF .ALES ABILITY? Wt �iave opporf-.'n.'v steady Income pleasant work advancement. Hatlre-ment possible For Interview phom-328-8641, aft." 6 p m. CI 215-20 \70 GARDENING (well rotted manure and top I soil. Phone 328-3589. 34-tf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES friers AND ROASTERS - live AT coop - 22c per lb. Evenings and Saturday - Phone 752-2132. Duane Forsyth, Welling. 9723-120 friers AND ROASTING CHICKENS -Pan ready 37 cents per lb. on dozen lot. Free delivery. Custom killing, hell, muth Oyck, Coaldale. Phone 3.15-322-J. C9C5-tf EARLY CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS, need extra money? Good extra income available working wi*h local distributor a lew hours 'per day. For I--- interview phone 328-8A41, after i^P-^.JI PETS AND SUPPLIES Births, Deaths, Funerals, \ Cards Of Thanks, | In Memoriams I BIRTH Government of Canada ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR OF RECREATION Si, MO . $7,230 fjr urnhei'er institution, C-inadian Penitentiary Service Overseas physical training, sports, recreation and assists In the social re-orlentatlon ct inmates. Quote No 'O-E-1353, Apply immediately to: Public Service Commission, 300 Confederation 3uild- ' ing, 10355 Jasper Avenue. Edmonton , Alberta I I TWO GERMAN T.HEPHERD PUPS1 .,,,,..._ ,T , 'tor sale. Phone 345-3�s. 37-21 ; KRALSE - Harvey and -r~,7 | Marty are proud to announce V t 315- _ i*. .i _r ____ x_______ RABBITS FOR SALE 161 I PHONE 901 is-19 ONE YEAR OLD REGISTERED white Poodle for sale Phone 653-.I209. 9929-19 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Uie birth of their son, James Robert (7 lbs.-3 ozs.), November 12. 1970 at St. Michael's Hospital Insured. 3 1MB CUV OF RED DEER flenuir..^ 'he services of o SOCIAL WORKER II sir, tne Social Service Department) Salary Ranqe S259.5O-S313.50 bi-weekly Equivalent to S56J.J2 - 5681.83 monthly (Starting step commensurate with experience within range $259.50 t o $285.20 bi-weekly) This is proiessional social work In the field ol preventive social services. Including Individual and group councel-'Ing Excellent opportunity tor professional development Applicants should nave completed one year of post-graduate training at a recognized School of Social Work, and one year of experience as a social worker: or an equivalent combination of training and experience Written applications outlining employment history, education, personal dala, two references, etc. will be received by rhe Personnel Office, City Hall, Red Oeer, Alberta, on or before December Hth. 1970, at 5.00 p.m. �1 TEACHERS WANTED IETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 Openings available to reach lor Trie rest of the year until June 9, 1971. 2-teachers for primary grades t o leach a regular class including religious instruction. I-teacher - counsellors Half time counselling in school of 850 grades fight to 12. Half time teaching quidance and religion. Apply to: Robert A. Kimmlrt, Superintendent of Schools Lethbridge Catholic Separate S.D. No. >? 534 18th Street South, LETHBRIDGE, Alberts CI 203-24 65 LOST AND FOUND LOST - FLUFFY GERMAN SHEP-herd pup, five months, called Sheba. Reward. 327-8119, 328-M20. 35-21 LOST - FROM STIRLING area - Fresh brand on right rib. Bert Hartley. Phone 752-2048. 9908-21 BEAUTY SALON, PRICED FOR quick sale. Write Box 30, Herald. C92Mf DAIRY BAR AND SHORT ORDER service. Seating capacity, 34. Room fev expansion. Write Box 67, Herald. 9952-24 BE A DISC .JOCKEY Recorded message by Jim Elliott tr-lls you how. Phone 328-3636, Columbia School of Broadcasting. 9175-tf SELLING APPROXIMATELY 515,000 worth of vending equipment set up in schools, etc., in Town of Taber. Very good returns with lots of room for expansion. Two or three hours effort per day. Asking $10,000. Phone Wally, 327-0820, Lethbridge. 2-21 Wayne Anderson Agencies 10C Professional Bldg. Phone 327-6244 Well established grocery store a n d meat market in thriving southwestern Alberta town. Grossing over $150,000 per year. Full price �- Buildings, stock and equipment - $35,000. Terms. EXCLUSIVE - SACRIFICE - SIX suite motel, on main street. Waferton Lakes. Full price $14,500. Also several good farms etna ranches. Evenings Phone Gordon Feme ... ..... j2?-7273 Wavne Anderson .,, ... . 327-7354 CI 127-19 74 LOAnITInVESTMENTS LOST - LADY'S BIFOCAL GLASSES with silver neck chain attached. Possibly in vlcinty of Alexandra Hotel. Mrs. E. Harvie, Lncombe. Alberta. 1-21 46 PERSONAL WILL THE LADY WHO TOOK THE picture of the man and 30 lb. salmon -� Chase, B.C. please call 327-6307. 9928-19 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone with a drinking problem. Phone 127-8049 or 328-3246. after 7:30 o.m. Reduce the easy Slendor Reducing Plan way. Eat three satisfying meals a day. $2.50 and $6.00 sizes. At Boyd's pharmacy Ltd. and Westminster Drugs. 029 AN INFORMATION ~ REFERRAL Centre A.I.D. - Advice, Information and Direction In areas of Health, Welfare and Recreation. Phone 327- 7323. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. C1036-4D WANTED - ORCHESTRA TO PLAY for Elks New Year's Dance at Vulcan, Oecember 31. Reply In writing stating price, etc, to Roy' McLennan, Box 685, Vulcan, 9927-19 FAMILIES OF PROBLEM DRINKERS NEEDING UNDERSTANDING AND INFORMATION CONTACT AL ANON FAMILY GROUP. WRITE INQUIRIES CARE OF P.O BOX 861, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. $100 REWARD -- For Information resulting in location ot Patrick A. Kelly, age 29, J'8", dark hair, glasses, with /ear old boy. Replies confidential, �writ* Box 71, Lethbridge Herald. 9975-25 TEENS Do you riavt a problem drinker In Your home? There's information, understanding and help for you. P.O. Box 861, Lethbridge or phone Larry 327-8340. Carol 328-7871, Jane 327-7086. ClOll-tf 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS DEATHS VAN HIERDEN - Passed away at the home of his daughter in Fort Macleod jn Wednesday, November 18, 1970, Hend-rik van Hierden. age 79 years, of the Netherlands. He was a resident of the Netherlands and a frequent visitor to Fort Macleod, having come to Fort Mac-leo in May of 1970 for his last visit. He is survived by one son Henk and one daughter Mrs. G, Vansenten, both of Fort Macleod; one son and three daughters in the Netherlands; 35 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. The remains have been forwarded to the Netherlands for funeral services and interment. Arrangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macloed. C1228 FUNERAL. KOVACS - Funeral service for John Kovacs, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Lydia Kovacs who died here Sunday at the age of 86 years, was held at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1970, in the Bethlen Hungarian Presbyterian Church with Rev. K. C. Doka officiating. Pallbearers were sons John, Steve, Joseph and Andrew Kovacs, and Nick Ne-meth and Steve Nyardi. Interment was in the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral S'ervice, was in charge of the arrangements. CUSTOM FRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF BUILDINGS. RENOVATIONS, AND RUMPUS ROOMS. FOR ESTIMATES CALL 328-8572 OR 327-3284. 9416-tf SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1972 College Mall Phone 328-3331 Residential, Commercial propert I e s. Farms and ranches. City or Town. Lowest interest rates available. First and second mortgages. CI 175-21 IF YOU ARE HOLDING . A mortgage on someone else's property or a balance of sale, and would like to turn it into cash, Niagara will purchase and pay you top price. Discuss It with one of our experts. Consolidation loans are also available. THE NIAGARA COMPANIES Suite 2, 424 7th St, S. 327-8545 S63 MORTGAGE FUNDS If you want to borrow a large amount of money over a long period of time for the purchase of a home, for renovations or any other purpose, call C.A.C. Realty Limited. Loans are amortized for as long as 15 years with a guaranteed renewable Term, No bonus or hidden cost. Interest Is calculated semi-annually (not in advance) on fhe declining balance. For any amount from S1.600 to 410,000 or more, visit or phono - C.A.C REALTY LIMITED A SUBSIDIARY OF CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED College Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 328-2381. Cll74-21n 75 CONTRACTS BORGE RAVEN - 1329 9th ST. N. Kitchen cupboards, rumpus rooms, remodelling and repairs. Phone 327-3219. C6319-tf GARAGE BUILDING, CEMENT work and stuccoing, Anderson and Sorenson Construction, 1020 7th Ave. S. Phone 327-6682. C7J77-lf CONCRETE WORK Steps, driveways, retaining walls, patio. All work guaranteed. 327-2641. 0408-tf FRED STEINER - CEMENT WORK, old basements dug, water proofing. Inured, free estimates. Phone 327-8286. C3661-tf PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE ESTATE of FANNIE SAKOVITCH late of the City of Lelh-brldge, in the Province of Aiberta, Married Woman, who died on the 1st day of October AD. 1970. TAKE NOTICE that all persons (laving claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned mentioned Solicitors, by the 20th dl T .'.er'y live Doll ,1 r-i '�25.UO) v/:il he required fur r.viri copy ol Con->rtv ' -iprj Sp." if:','iMrr,' frlken Fil-'h pi I i;st be .11 � omp,inied Py 'I m,irl-lual lo I' pel ,:enl KOOP - Passed away in the city on Tuesday, November 17th, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Abram, Henry at the age of 87 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Katherina Koop, of Coaldale. Born in South Dakota in 1883, the late Mr. Koop came to Saskatchewan as a young boy and in 1945 to Coaldale where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife, Katherina, he is also survived by three sons; three daughters; three step-daughters; 31 grandchildren and several great-grand'childran. The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on S'aturday, November 21st, 1970 in the Coaldale Men-nonite Conference Church, with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemetery. M a r tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1230 LEBSACK - Monday, November 16, 1970, Henry, aged 66 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Lebsack, Vulcan. Born at Brunnechal, Russia, Mr. Lebsack came to the Champion district in 1913, moving to Vulcan in 1959. Member of the Evangelical Church, Vulcan. Besides his loving wife Mary, he is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Edward (Edith) Repp, Calgary, Mrs. Harold (Viola) Marshman, No-bleford and Mrs. Kenneth (Marjorie) Hendry, Calgary; one son, Calvin, Parksville, B.C.; 12 grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Bertha Hartung and Mrs. J. (Mary) Hartung both of Calgary; two brothers, Conrad Lebsack and Charles Lebsack, both of Calgary. Predeceased by his parents and two sisters. Services were at Evangelical Church, Vul-Thursday (today) at 1:30 , the Reverend C. Rahn and Rev. M. Heebner officiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Calgary, Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. In lieu of flowers, if friends desire, donations may be made to the Evangelical Church Memorial Fund. C1229 the can p.m CARD OF THANKS GAL - I wish to express a most sincere thanks to my doctor; nurses and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for the care and kindness ex-ended during my hospitalization. Thanks also to friends and relatives for cards, flowers, visits and enquiries. Thank you all. -Steve Gal Jr. 22 nde of Ihe Tende-In public Tru- K,/, not ner er,',^r ,i �, r L. H McM�r..,� Deputy Minister And Transport �lli -,t ooene-j Tender LEHODEY -- Passed away in the city on Wednesday, November 18, 1970, following a lengthy illness, Maurice, Marcel, at the age of 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Winni-fred Lehodey, of 1227 6th Ave. "A" South. Born in Calais, Franco in 1893, the late Mr. Lehodey came to Canada in 19U to Oak Lake. Manitoba moved to Snaunavon, .Sask, in J916 with the Merchants Bank, to Lethbridge in 1949 with the Treasury Branch, retiring as manager in 1958. He was a 50 year member of the Masonic Lodge, member of the Downtown Kiwanis. active in musical te.-itivals, and recognized by the Federal Government for chairmanship of the War Savings Finance Committee during the Second World War. Besides his loving wife. Winni-fred, he is also survived by one son, Maurice of Edmonton, one daughter, Mrs. G. L. (Isabella) Nelson of Wilcox, Sask., and five grandchildren. He was predeceased by one sister. The I funeral service will be hold at 10:3(1 a.m. on Friday, November 20th, 1970, in Martin Bros. Chapel, 812 3 Ave. South, with Rev. R. L. Ci'isfit'ld officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Flowers greaiftilly declined. Those who wish may pay their last respects at. Martin Bros. Chapel, phone 328-2361, Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Service C123I HOT SPOT The planet Venus shows a face broiled l>\ 1,000 degrees fahrenheit, .seething with la'.a and breathing nut a thick smog of smothering gases, IN MEMORIAMS PRICE - In memory of a wonderful friend, Charles Price, age 17, who passed away November 19, 1967. -Always remembered b y Bryan, Debra and Terry. 24 LARSON - In loving memory of a dear father and grandfather, Ross Larson, who passed ' away November 19, 1967. Sweet are the memories silently kept Of one we loved and will never forget. Though absent he is ever near, Still loved, still missed, still very dear. -Ever remembered and sadly missed by son Allan, Amy and Robbie. 4 WRIGHT - In loving memory of a dear friend. Betty Jean Wright, who passed away November 19, 1967. Loving and kind in all her ways, Upright and just to the end of her days; Sincere and kind in heart and mind What a beautiful memory she left behind. -Ever remembered and sadly missed by Wilf and Margaret Lake. 5 PRICE - In loving memory of Sgt. Charles R. Price, who passed away November 19, 1967. Softly the leaves of memory fall, Gently I gather and treasure them all. God called you home to rest It is said He takes the best. Unseen, unheard, you are always near Still loved, still missed and very dear. -Ever remembered by mom, dad, sister Jeryl and family. 6 WRIGHT AND GURR - In loving memory of Betty, who passed away November 19, 1967 and Joan who passed away November 12, 1941. It is sad to walk the road alone, instead of side by side. To all there comes a moment, when Hie way of life divides. You gave us years of happiness, then came sorrow and tears, But you left us beautiful memories we will treasure through the years. Each time we see your photo, you seem to smile and say. Don't cry, I'm only waiting, we will meet again some day. -Always loved, remembered and sadly missed by mom, dad, sisters, brothers and families. J5 Air Canada says plane report false MONTREAL (CP; - An Air Canada spokesman said Wednesday a series of five charter flights to Cuba from Montreal and Toronto were cancelled in October because of the "political climate" in Quebec following two kidnappings by the Front de Liberation du Quebec. lie said an earlier published report thai, the flights had l>een cancelled because of a lack of planes for Caribbean service was "absolutely incorrect." The Crown-owned airline made the decision in consulta-I t'on with the Toronto-based | travel agency which had chaxt-j ered the flights. POLICE STATION GUARDED - A policeman carrying a shotgun patrols outside a Toronto police station. The guards were placed following information received from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police that a radical c>roup might attempt to fire-bomb a police station. Liberals to draft charter for 70s OTTAWA (CP).- When some 2,000 Liberals meet here this weekend to draft "the Liberal charter for the '70s," no one is expecting a radical shift in any of the party's basic policies, But what will emerge, predict party officials, is a clear consensus of rank-and-file thinking that can be used as a broad foundation for specific policies in the years ahead. When Prime Minister Tru-deau went to the Harrison Hot Springs, B.C., conference last year-that was the meeting that laid the groundwork for this forthcoming convention-he made it clear that specific policies could not be hammered firmly into plaee by any particular group of people. "Canadians would rightly reject as incredible any government or party or prime minister who claimed to know the answers to the large questions of public policy which we must face in the coming decade," he said. He is expected to reiterate U.S. hopes fade for peace talks UNITED NATIONS (AP) -The decision of Middle East peace mediator Gunnar V. Jarring to return to his regular post in Moscow dashed U.S. hopes the Arab-Israeli negotiations might resume in a few weeks. The American hopes were based mainly on recent statements by Israeii Premier Golda Meir ard Deff.nce Minister Moshe >ayan, Mrs. Meir told her parliament Monday that the U.S. and Israeli governments are looking for a new formula that will permit resumption of the indirect Israeli-Egyptian-Jordanian talks with Jarring as go-between. This indicated a retreat from I s r a e 1 's insistence that she could not return to the talks until Egypt pulled back the anti-aircraft missiles allegedly moved closer to the Suez canal since the ceasefire in August. Other reports from Tel Aviv said Israeli leaders feel that new U.S. planes and other weapons being supplied Israel offset the threat of the missiles. Dayan Nov. 7 said the Jarring talks were the only means of reaching a settlement and he was "very much in favor" of resuming them. A Reuter's news agency story from Jerusalem said Dayan suggested a new initiative to break the deadlock in private talks Tuesday with members of the governing Israeli Labor party. He said he favors resumption of the Jarring mission if "new physical arrangements" can be attained with the Egyptians. He did not elaborate, but there was speculation that he was floating the idea of a disen= gagement of forces along the Suez canal and eventual reopen= ing of the canal. Jarring, Sweden's ambassador to the Soviet Union, has been marking time at UN headquarters since Israel quit the talks Sept. 6. Along with the announcement that he was going back to Moscow, a spokesman said he would return to UN headquarters "within a matter of hours" if the situation required it. Council reaffirms need for senior citizens home this view when he speaks to the convention Friday night, before the delegates begin wading through some 300 resolutions that will eventually provide the framework for party policy. GEARED FOR DISCUSSION Because these resolutions are specifically designed to encourage discussion, and conflicting viewpoints, they do not give any indication of what may finally emerge in the form of a final resolution on any particular subject. Regardless of what emerges, the government will not be iron-bound to follow any policy to the letter. But in two years' time, the prime minister must return to the convention to report on the "considerations given, the decisions made and the reasoning therefore regarding resolutions passed at previous convention." When Mr. Trudeau speaks to the convention Friday night, it will be in this form, of giving an account of his stewardship. Party officials predict few problems for him, By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE - Blairmore town council is studying plans for a large motel unit and also eight units of row housing. An enquiry regarding the motel indicated the development would contain 24 units and possibly a large restaurant, lounge and residence. Enquiries were made by a Cram-brook B.C. party. The row housing would comprise eight units and would be built by local operators. Both the motel and row housing units would be built on some 24 lots in the west end of Blairmore immediately west of the proposed Crowsnest Pass Community Swimming Pool site. With the housing shortage in town pensioners who require apartment homes are finding them difficult to obtain. As a result of the enquiries council passed a resolution reaffirming the need for a senior citizens home to be located in the Crowsnest Pass and recommended feasibility study be instituted by a properly authorized competent committee to evaluate this need. The resolution also indicates a recent survey revealed the Cowboys fined CALGARY (CP)-Three cowboys who refused lo ride their mounts in the finals of the Calgary Stampede saddle bronc event last July have been fined $100 each, the Canadian Rodeo Cowboys' Association announced Wednesday. Kenny McLean of Okanagan Falls, B.C., Marty Wood of Prosper, Tex., and Tom Bews of Longview, Alta., were handed the fines for conduct "detrimental to the rodeo." The cowboys at the time said the Ivorses were not worthy of a championship event, and refused to ride them, number of elderly citizens in the Crowsnest Pass is well above the provincial average. The survey also indicates many of these residents have indicated their unwillingness to enter the senior citizens home at Pincher Creek since they would be separated from relatives, friends and the communities they have lived in. Many of these citizens have indicated their willingness to enter a senior citizens home if it were located in the Crowsnest Pass. New police chief vows cleanup BELFAST (Reuter) - A new police chief took over in Northern Ireland yesterday and vowed his first aim would be to get rid of gunmen and bombers he said are terrorizing the country. Graham Shillington, the new chief of the Royal Ulster Constabulary, said his second aim is to deal with street demonstrations, riots, and attacks on police and troops by rioters using Molotov cocktails, stones and bottles. j 63-year-old man One will never do - knit a wardrobe of terrific tops! Our new. lean, long tiu'tle-neck putover take a ribbing and the result is oustanding fashion! Just simple knit, purl stitches. Pattern 7403: NEW sizes 10-Ifi included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) - add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers 'Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario, for killing EDMONTON (CP) - A 63-year - old man was sentenced here to 10 years in jail for killing the woman to whom he was married for 38 years. Roger Walter Semaka, 63, pleaded guilty m supreme court to killing his wife, Irene, 68, on July lfi at their home. A police constable who found the body of Mrs. Semaka identified a note, signed by Roger Semaka, that had been left; on the kitchen table. It read- "I Roger Semaka, have lived with this woman for approximately 38 years and have got tired of her cheating. 1 have not much longer to live and 1 don't why ehe should,"1 Andy sends a complete 20-volume set of the World Book Encyclopedia to Jolee Peters, age 15, of Hawarden, Iowa, for her question: Is light really waves or particles? Water is made of molecule particles and the watery ocean heaves in tossing waves. It is possible, then, for something to have both. However, the waves and particles of light are so very different from those of the tossing sea that we can hardly compare them. For one thing, water is a liquid substance of the earth. Light is invisible energy, whipping across the universe at speeds of about 186,000 miles per second. It is a phenomenon, a happening, that baffled the best brains of mankind for many generations. The double wave-particle nature of light was finally solved in modern times. * * a The study of the nature of light is called the science of optics. It really began when lenses were mvented in the 1500s. Researchers saw that light was a cosmic phenomenon, and not beams shed forth ; from human eyes. In the 1600s, | Isaac Newton investigated a i beam of white light passing | through a glass prism and saw l it separate into the rainbow j spectrum. He concluded that white light is made of corpuscles, infinitesimal particles that travel in straight lines. The glass prism bent or refracted white light and angled its particles into separate streams. In the 1660s, Dutch scientist Christain Huygens also studied optics - but from a different viewjxiint. He observed that, the edges of a shadow are dimmer, as though Lhc light swerves around somewhat like waves of water around a stone. He concluded that the straight rays of light travel in waves. The wave theory and the corpuscular theory were hotly disputed for more than a century. Around 1800, new experiments demonstrated that light does indeed bend, or diffract, around edges. Other experiments added support to the wave theory of light. We now know that the waves vibrate at right angles to the straight lines of a traveling light beam. In the 1860s, James Clerk Maxwell suggested that the phenomenon of light is electromagnetic energy. He placed a band of it? wave lengths on his fabulous spectrum of electromagnetic energies. This was the century of the wave theory and Newton's corpuscular theory was neglected. Then in 1900, Max Planck astonished the world of optics with his theory that light travels in infinitesimal packages of energy called quanta. A quantum's energy is related to wavelength - to the length and number of vibrations per second. The quanta vibrate in transverse waves, at right angles to the straight lines in which a beam of light travels. At last scientists knew that Newton's coi-puscular theory and Huygen's wave theory were both correct. Light is quantum units of energy vibrating in waves. * * it* Tlie phenomenon of light is entirely energy. In 1860, James Maxwell identified it as a complex blend of electric and magnetic energies. We call it visible light because our eyes can see the images carried by its assorted wavelengths. On Maxwell's complete electromagnetic spectrum, the wavelengths of light occupy a narrow band. Its short blue wavelengtlis measure about 60,000 to an inch and vibrate about 700 million times per second. The quanta of red rays vibrate in longer waves. Questions asked by children of Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle .* Publishing Co, 1970> ;