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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS! TUESDAY MOVIE: Tlio Challengers, p.m., Ch. 11: A made- for-TV movie centres on two competing racing-car rivals and a veteran driver whose wife wants him to quit. Stars Darren McGavin. SPORTS: Football, 5 p.m., Ch. 13: The Saskatchewan Roughriders meet the Ottawa Eough Riders in the capital city. MOVIE: The Young Country, p.m., Ch. 11: Roger Eavis stars as a wily drifter who tries to find the rightful owners o a small fortune. With Joan Hackett. MOVIE: Savage Pampas, 7 p.m., Ch. 8: Commander of an Argentine outpost is beset with deserters and a renegade in league with hostile Indians. Stars Robert Taylor. DOCUMENTARY: This Land of Ours, p.m., Ch. Trailing to Nazco profiles rancher Dan Phillips during a 120- mile cattle drive through the interior of B.C. INTERVIEW: Daniel Cohn-Bendit, p.m., Ch. 13: Our World interviews the European student activist who gives his impressions of French-Canadian separatism. PUBAFFAIRS: Grattan O'Lcary, p.m., Cli. 7: The Conservative senator claims Canadians should abandon their "phony" national pride. WEDNESDAY MOVIE: A Stranger in my Arms, I p.m., Cli. 13: A woman attempts to swing a posthumous military award for her son. Stars June Allyson. MOVIE: Blind Spot, p.m., Ch. 7: The day after a writer stormily demands an advance from iiis is arrested for the man's murder. With Chester Morris. SPORTS: Baseball, 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The Montreal Expos meet the Atlanta Braves. RADIO TV LISTINGS Ihiffd fay rorfio and television slalioni. varmtien in program tchidulM h enangei by itolient ontf te ml -------.....-f Tht HtroM way CJOG News Five Minutes To The Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour News, Sports Jack Thys TUESDAY NIGHT Paul Tivldar Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden WEDNESDAY Jim Elliot Show News, Sports Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry r Galloping Gourmet Country Music Probe Farm CHEC Matinee Paul Tivldar f News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour TUESDAY NIGHT News Farm News Dinner Showcase Back to the Bible Voles of Ctiina World Tomorrow Bent Pederson WEDNESDAY Ron Stone Farm Show Stock e> Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments Way I Sea It Community Bulletin Board Call of the Land Cattle Prices Veryl Todd Jean Pauley Comments News Fifteen minutes Jo The Hour a.m. Tom Mitchell a.m. CHEC i-'M Sport Report a.m. John David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sports p.m. The Other i_ai uvan Side News, Wthr., Sports Chuck Holiday Farm News, Stocks p.m, CHEC FM CHEC-FM ...Sport Report MON. THRU FR1 a.m. Shaw Kelley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour Music Past Midntoht WEDNESDAY Eye Op'rier News TUESDAY NIGHT Tempo' Six 6.30 The Happy Time Operas We Like Sports Tuesday Nlohl An Evening ot Opera National News Nights A Week Theatre Glenn Gould News Chronicle Matinee ll.MSCdn. Short stories Digging the Past Rev Bill Portm.n IMS FcSf world at Eight Enlre Nous Personality Morning Concert Afternoon Concert Galloping Gourmet Actuality Gerrusi! BBC News Nathan Cohen Weather Sofa and Chair Bedroom Suite S119 Kitchen Chrome Suite C CO Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nlghls! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES 4th Ave. 5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) Teleprobe 7 Mission Impossible fc) Ron Messer (c) Happy Days (c) McQueen (c) Luncheon Date Cartoon Party '3 Ch. 4) Uncle Bobby News" (c) TodavM CPU Sask. at Wallace Buckshot (c) Ollawa (c) ,j ?ay.. Movie: Stranger Mod Squad (c) "1S ln Arms Everley Brothers WEDNIKIW Court Uncle Bobby Ch. 9) 3 -JO Jconnie fc) Debbie Reynolds (c) Julia (c) Movie: Savage Pampas (c) News Tonight Show WEDNESDAY Agriculture Our World wc Doctor, c Montana Angllier World News Another World c Love Is a Many Splendored Thins General Hospital Young Woman's World Counlry (c) Best of Everything general MOSPII Ta'fS'Wclw Worlcl AMM c Dark Shadows TV-5 News All My Children Mcrv Griftirl Mako a Deal c DNESDAY Newlywod Game 1s Dalir.g Game c ..........ta h't n? secrct storm r Corner Pyie Us (c) Ont Lift lo Uvi llogan't Herou (c) That Girl Gallopinq Gourmet TV-5 News Where's Huddles Dief9 Trudeau Have Things In Common Augusl II, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 5 Czech Grain Crop Plan In Danger JOHN DIEFENBAKER My Kind of Bay Canadians Cited For Heroism PITTSBURGH, Pa. (CP) Three Canadians have been awarded medals for heroism in citations announced by the Car- negie Hero Fund Commission today. Awarded bronze medals for acts of bravery, all in 1963, were Victor C. Scabrooke, 36, North Augusta, Ont.; Robert B. Burke, 24, Chippawa, Ont.; and Noel St.-Germain, 46, Lachine, Que. By DAVE McINTOSII OTTAWA (CP) John Dief- enbaker has never done band- stands in praise of Prime Minis- ter Trudeau but the two do seem to have some things in common as time passes. "He's my kind of Mr. Diefenbaker did say of Mr. Tru- deau April, 1968, in surveying the candidates lining up for the Liberal leadership contest. Mr. Trudeau later responded by rushing across the aisle of the Commons to pin a flower hi Mr. Dief.onbaker's buttonhole en behalf of the "flower people." Though their public styles are Trudeau is not much good at rhetoric, there are similarities to be seen in the ways of governing practised by j the present and past prime min-1 isters. Some common instances re- flect the fact that Canada's problems don't really change much, rather than a real simi- larity of outlook. But neither man leaves much doubt about who is boss. High unemployment was caused in Mr. Diefenbaker's days by a recession and now by inflation and the government's fight against it. However, M r. Diefenbaker tried to spend Us way out of re- cession whereas Mr. Trudeau las put the clamps on expendi- tures to try to dampen inflation. In the winter of 1961-62, Mr. Diefenbaker instituted a policy of recruiting men into the mili- tia for civil defence training. In the summer of 1970, Mr. Trudeau used the same policy to provide reserve army train- ing for students. In both cases, the object was to lower the number of names on the unemployment rolls. Like his Conservative prede. cessor, Mr'. Trudeau has no par- ticular liking for things mili- tary. Mr. Diefenbaker in 1959 cancelled, against the advice of his military dvisers, the Arrow jit interceptor.' biggest single project of its kind in Canadian history. Mr. TYudeau in his turn, against the advice of most of bis military and foreign policy advisers, is halving Canadian xoop strength in Europe. SOUTH AF STANDS Mr. Trudeau like Mr. Diefen- baker has taken a strong stand on South Africa's race policy, particularly in relation to the Commonwealth. In 1362, Mr. Diefenbaker took his cabinet to Quebec City for a meeting. In 1970, Mr. Trudeau took his cabinet to Lower Fort Garry for a ceremonial Mani- toba Centennial meeting. M r. Diefenbaker preferred trains to planes but he flew to the Yukon in September, 1958, for some fishing in Big Kathleen Lake. Mr. Trudeau prefers planes trains and doesnj, like fishi but went to the Yukon in A gust, 1970, for a long boat ri down the Nahanni River. PRAGUE (Reulers) Hail- storms, cold spells and a shor- tage of men and equipment have caused difficulties in this j year's Czechoslovak grain liar- vest, it was reported today. Although this year's plan for grain is in danger, diplomatic sources say no approaches have yet been made either to Canada or West Germany, two impor- tant suppliers of grain in the past. Farm officials were quoted Iwo weeks ago as saying that if ?ood weather continued they loped the plan would be 95 per cent fulfilled. Since then, cold veather has delayed the crops and hailstorms have resulted in widespread flattening of grain. The Communist party news- laper Rude Pravda reported oday that 4.4 per cent of the larvest had been completed s( ar in Bohemia and Moravia compared with 10.8 per cent at the same time last year. Politicians have called on fac- tories and organizations to re- lease men to help with the har- vest work and newspapers have complained of s h o r t a g e s of spare parts for combines and other machines. Czechoslovakia had bumper harvests in 19C8 and 11169, on the order of 2.3 million tons each year. In addition it receives j something like 1.3 million tons of grain each year from the So- viet Union under a trade agree- ment. The Russians are also re- ported to be prepared to help the Czechoslovaks lo purchase Canadian grain, which'has not been bought here since a five- year contract ended in 1967. Global Power Network Possible With Satellites UNITED NATIONS (AP) The chairman of the United States Atomic Energy Commis- sion said Monday it may be pos- sible to create a worldwide power network using satellites to transmit electricity across the oceans. Dr. Glen T. Seaborg said the electricity could be converted to light with a laser beam, the laser beam transmitted between continents by satellite and then the energy reconverted back to electricity. Dr. 'Seaborg gave the opening address at a symposiurii on en- vironmental aspects of nuclear rawer stations, sponsored by the International Atomic En- ergy Agency and the AEC. Dr. Seaborg said large amounts of power also could be transmitted over large dist- ances using low-temperature, superconducting cables. S'uch cables, with very little resistance to electricity, are now under development, Sea- borg said. Seaborg told the 400 experts from around the world that the timing and location of the meet ing here are symbolic. "This summer In New York and Washington and all along the eastern seaboard of the United States, meteoralogica conditions and man-made com bustion products have combined to illustrate in stark terms the near-crisis proportions of our electric power shortage and pollution levels." But Seaborg said it is not too late to fight pollution. He said the world of the future certainly "will not he a world enveloped by the toxic debris of man's ex- cesses." "We have the determination and the collective resources and the technical ingenuity to re- verse the present trend in time." In a paper presented Monday, B. I. Spinrad, director of the Vi- enna-based Internationa Atomic Energy Agency, pre- dicted iiuclear energy some day vill power moon bases, space ships and submarine tanker, under the Arctic Ocean. Two decades from now, h predicted, electrical power wl be produced by nuclear fissio: "almost everywhere." But he said that developing power from thermonuclear fu sion involves such problems that "we do not expect it to con tribute significantly to the world's energy supply within the next half-century." Spinrad said that in 40 years 90 pei' cent of the world's electrical generating capacity will use nuclear fuel, against 10 per cent using coal, gas, oil, water power or underground steam. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "DEAD FALL" _ In color. Starring Michael Caine Eric Portnian and Nannette Newman. Tuesday and Wednesday August 11 and 12. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "MARLOWE" In Metrocolor. Starring James Garner, Gayle Hunnicutt and Eita Moreno. Tuesday and Wednes- day, August 11 and 12. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult. P1NCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "HELL'S ANGELS '69" In color. Starring Tom Stern and Jeremy Slate. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 11 day show at P-m- Adult Not Mutable TABER Tower Theatre "SHABLAKO" In color. Starring Sean Connery and Bngitte Bardot. Tuesday, August 11. Shows at and p.m. Adult. Get mere out of life _ Ih. family lo a movi. Strike It Rich BHOPAL, India (Reuters) Two miners have found two dia- monds weighing 37 and 22 car- ats and worth nearly and they will he able to keep most of ,the money when the government auctions the gems. Because the diamonds were found on government land, the lucky miners will have to pay the state only a small royalty. PHILCO COLOR TV JACK'S 302 13th St. N. DRIVE-IN Todays Showtimes PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Woodstock Festival" Oce Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA "Only Game in Town" Short Subjects Last Complete Show COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Darling LiE" Last Complete Show 9-15 GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Hsll in the Pacific" "Ouster of the West" One Complete Show J TONITE.AND WED. j Gates Open p.m.-Show At p.m OF THE WEST" 2 ROBERT SHAW MARY URE COUECIE wu I N EM A PHONE 328-6300 STARTS _ TOMORROW 3 Shows Daily. Mafinee-2.15. Evening 6.45-9.15 p.m. FAMILY KIDS ENTERTAINMENT The epic journey of fourgenerations of Americans who carved out a country with their bare hands JAMES STEWART- ELI WA1WCH-JOHN WAYNE- ENDS TONITE "DARLING LIU" IN COLOR With JULIE ANDREWS TONITE ____Thru THURS POSITIVELY THE LAST 3 DAYS ONE SHOW DAIIY AT 8 P.M RESTRICTED ADULT a vrcdleigri-mourice, ltd, production from wrner bras. NEXT ATTRACTION 20th CenKrry-Fox Preienll THE KREMLIN LETTER Color by DE LUXE" ADULT 1-70 When they take you for an outojtowner, they really take you. 0 SHOWS DAILY KIDS 50g ANYTIME Another outrageous comedy from the author of "Barefoot in the Park" and "The Odd I 1 ENDS In Color "THE ONLY GAME IN TOWN" Elizabeth Taylor Wqrren Beatty PARAMOUNT PICTURES PRESENTS- JACKLEMMON SANDY DENNIS A NEK SIMON STORY THEOUT-OF-roWNERS w.M.nk.iHl ttMM fMudbyfMN. MTMI DirccitdbyMTNM MUER rrtJKrfbyMomormiOKMsc COLOR BY MOVIELAB A PARAMOUNT PICTURE_________ Starts Tomorrow o i -i i ;