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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ TH5 lEHIBRIDGC HERALD Thutlday, June 18, TOAST ON THE Before the finishing touches are put lo a newly constructed B v r m u d a building, workmen lake part in a traditional "roof- wetting ceremony by pointing champagne or some Oilier alco- holic beverage on (lie roof elates. l-.OVKRNMKNT More than watershed lakes and reservoirs have been built by local communities with the help of the United States de- partment ol agriculture's Soil Conservation Service during the last 15 years. SAND DUNKS HAZARD Railroads r u n n i n B through Soulh-Wcst Africa's vast semi- desert face special problems. Recently, 250 laborers turned out to 'clear sand dunes from the track where a passenger train was derailed. People AtleudRaUy e high-performance 96 HP overhead earn engine 9 impact-absorbing body fold-away rear seal makes way for 55 cu. ft. loading bay windows-up ventilation system e bigger heater a headrests 4-on-the-lloor or 3-speed automatic 30-35 MPG (FORMERLY MECHANICS SALES LTD.) Corner 3rd Ave. and llth St. 5. Phone 327-3933 OTTAWA (CP) With a stirring call to rally around the monarchy, well over 500 people turned out in an Ot- tawa hotel to form a chapter of the Monarchist League d Canada. The average age of the par- ticipants was somewhat high- er than you would get at your normal basketball game, but the enthusiasm was roughly the same. And while the league is billed as politically non-parti- san, the Trudeau government look its lumps from the main speaker, Robert C. Coates (PC _ Cumberland-Colches- ter She'll be in our store this weekend demonstrating the com- plete line of Polaroid Color Cameras. Let her show you the fun of picture-in-a-minule see our com- plete line of flashguns, timers, filters and close-up kits. The Polaroid "320 PoSaroid "Cob-pack 11" First of the luxury "300" series, with coupled image rnngefinder for accurate focusing, elec- tronic shutter for correct exposures under any conditions, compact folding construction and automatic flash pictures Light, handy and an electrie for perfect exposures, 3-eIement lens for ye Tor perrecr exp beautiful sharp pictures, built-in flashgun and, of course, color pictures !n 60 seconds, black and SPECIAL BONUS CASE INCLUDED! Give Dad A Special Carryisig Case For His Camera An electronic flash lets you take action pictures at second, and an elect- ronic timer tells you when they're ready! Handsomely styled In brushed chrome, with the most advanced electronic shutter eyer built by Polaroid, Assortment of types and sizes m- our special line of case, Reg. Woolco Price up to 12.95 SPECIAL BONUS CASE INCLUDED! Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. In 1 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Mr. Coates accused tin; Trudeau government "and the Pearson government bc- fche it" of regarding "royal" as a dirty word and "under- mining the form of govern- ment we have today." The .Conservative MP said that "this is a bad day for Prime Minister Trur'cati, Re- gional Expansion K i n i sler Marchand and State Secre- tary Pcllcticr. CHEERED BY AUDIENCE To rousing cheers from the audience about 75 per cent women Mr. Coates said that the whittling away of Canada's traditions and her- itage must be slopped. He, referred to the replacement of "the Dominion Observa- tory time signal" by the "Na- tional Research time broadcast by the CBC and said there is a move afoot to change the name of Do- minion Day to some thing else. "If the Grits had it their way they'd call it Trudeau Day." Someone in the audience shouted "Communists." "I don't know what it said Mr. Coates, "but I don't like it." The Monarchist League of Canada, affiliated with the Inter national Monarchist League, is headed by John Aimers, 18, of Montreal, who works in Mr. Diefenbalter's office. He is hi the process of organizing local chapters across Canada. Sells House To Get LSD; EDMONTON (CP) Gary Elton Carries, 24, of Edmon- ton, who sold his house for money to buy LSD for traffick- ing, was sentenced Wednesday to two years less a day in jail! Carries pleaded guilty June 9 to possession of LSD for traf- ficking. Ho was arrested ji early May after police found LSD'tablets in Ms house. When passing sentence Mag- istrate John Coughlan said he was usually reluctant to send such offenders to jail when oili- er young people received con- victions on minor charges often received suspended sentences, "But I cannot treat you the same as a small he said. "It's people like you that cause parents such anguish and heartache Selling a small amount to an undercover agent is not at all like dealing in the amounts you had." Bomb Blasts Blamed On Racketeers TORONTO (CP) Polks Chief Harold Adamson says he is convinced extortion racket- eers are responsible for the bombings in the last year and a half of five Italian bakeries in Metropolitan Toronto: "Our hands are tied by the re- fusal of persons whose bakeries have been bombed to give any information about IK said in an interview here. "We can only conclude that thet: refusal to dp so is out of fear of what will happen to them." The latest bombing occurred early Tuesday when eight to 10 sticks of dynamite blasted out the front of a bakery in the northwest section of the city. Don5 iliuijoy ren TORONTO (CP) People should hot dote over chubby babies and call t.hcm ober- ubs, a doctor told a public forum on obesity here. Dr. George Steiner. assist- ant professor of medicine at the University of Toronto, said that above all, chubby children should not be over- fed. He raid surveys have shown l.linl the number of fat cells in tho body is often determined during infancy, and this helps to explain why it is often easier for an over- weight adult to lose wciailt than a person who has been fat since birtb. THURSDAY MOVIK: Where the Spies Are, C p.m., Cli. 9: A mild country doctor unwillingly becomes a British agent and un- covers an assassination plot. Stars David Niyen and Fran- coise Dorleac. COMEDY: Bill Cosby, 8 p.m., Cli. 7: diet figures taking an algebra class won't be any trouble until the textbook run.'! out of answers. SCIENCE: Energy Conversion, p.m., Ch. 7: The, Nature of Things examines the problem of producing large amounts of energy with few pollutant byproducts. DRAMA: Mannix, p.m., Cli. 13: A mall's unloving wife ar.d two business partners appear to have conspired to kill him through a plane crash. With Paul Richards. HISTORY: Civilization, 10 p.m., Ch. 7: Protest and Com- munication looks at the seeds1 of the Reformation, advent of the printing press and the rise of humanism. MOVIE: The Eye Creatures, p.m., Ch. 7: Strange inhabitants from a flying saucer terrify a lovers' lane. With, John Ashley. FRIDAY MOVIE: The Naked Truth, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A sra'-M magazine promises to moke its backer rich before it's even published. Stars Peter Sellers. MOVIE: The Gentle Terror, p.m., Ch. 7: A shy clerk saves a man from thugs. With Angela Douglas. WOMEN'S: J. B. Priestly, 3 p.m., Ch. 7: Take 30 talks with the famed British author-playwright. INTERVIEW: Woman Sky-Diver, 4 p.m., Ch. 13: Pi- erre Berton's 'guest today is Mari-Lou MacDonald, sky-diving champ, stunt girl and model, who says she can't live with- out danger. ___________ Programs srs Rittd'by tha rndio nnd television stat Any variaticn in program due, to minute ehangfli by Iris ttcrtiont ond b not th% iponiibiliry Ths Harold Television. aoc >v News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour THURSDAY NIGHT tliGQ Chamber Music Galloping Gourmet at Winnipeg Orchestra Gardening 6.00 World at 6 Probe 1220 Farm FRIDAY News, Sports Music '-nr MusL Marker Report NPWS Music News, Weather On Campus Show Pho'ne Bill frhoW .______ 'TiflS Jack Thys :00 BulmTln Board Matinee CHEC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour THURSDAY MIGHT JR3n Pauley The Hour 5-30 Farm Ncws Comments AM Tom Mitchell Stocks Farm Show A.M. CHEC FM 6-05 Dinner Showcase Hews, Sports, Wthr. Sport Reoorl Bacfc to the Bible Caltle Prices Voice of China World Tomorrow Jean Pauley Comments Caravan News' Sports, Wthr. Farm Mews Slocks CHEC FM BGH! Pedersen FRIDAY Farm Show News Spcrts, Weather News StocK MarKet Report Woman's World Monday Thru Friday News Fifteen Minutes to A.M. JOtin David Horn CHEC FM News CHEC FM Sport Report; P.M. THE Other Side Chuck Holiday P.M. CHEC FM Sporl Report A.M. Shawn Kelley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on ihe hour THURSDAY NIGHT UK Election Coverage Tempo World at Six The Happy TIma Between Ourselves Thursday Music National News Five Nights A Week Judge of Far North Gerrusl! Crtomfcer Music News CBC Winnipeg Orch Consul Music Past Midnight FFMDAY Eye Opener News World af Eight Max Ferguson irj Matines Mr. Flxlf Radio Noon After Noon Entre Nous Malinee Aflernoon Concert Galloping Gourmet Flight Log 17 Inch 19 Inch 65 TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th Ave.-5th St. S. Phone 328-2328 CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED CJLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision ch. 6) THURSDAY NIGHT Hillbillies Three Stooges Tcleprobe 7 Megan's Herces Get Smart Doris Day Bill COSby Nature of Things Bonanza Civilisation CBC News Teieprobe Movie: The Eye Creatures FRI3AY Pinnoehio and Oz Mr. Dressup Ed Allen (c) News Friendly Giant Che; Helens Our Town News Luncheon Date Part I Cartoon Party Luncheon Dale Part 2 Movie: Genlre Terror FBke Thirty Edge of Night (c) Galloping Gourmet World of Man (c) H'ilbiMIes Three Stooges CFCN-TV Lethfaridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) THURSDAY NIGHT Bewitched News (c) courtship of Ed- die's Father 7-00 Family Affair (c) Tom Jones Dean Martin Mannix c Diamond Lll'3 News c Movie: Peyton Place (c) Love and Kisses Magistrate's Cour! Today Cartoons FRIDAY Buck SflOt Thought (or Today Movie: News Naked Truth University of Air Uncle ic) Romper Room Grampa Gillius Parlons Francals Today Ppoplfi In Conflict Doctor's Diary C Pierre Berlon Wynne's Pad (c) Popcye Betwitched KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 {Cablevision Ch. 9) THURSDAY NIGHT Our World World Turns Hunlley-Brinkley Today Show c Days of Our Lives News c Today In Moniana The Doclors Family Affair c Sale of Century c Another World e Movie: Whera The Hollywood Edge of Night e Spies Arc Jeopardy c Gorncr Pyle c Dean Martin Who, Whai, Where MIKo Dounlas c Gamp Andy Griffith Toniqht Show t News c Cronklle News t, FRIDAY Another Lucy Show Sa'ute Agriculture Somerset c Huntlcy-BrinMey KFBB-TV Great Foils Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) Tit URSDAY NIGHT Tiifif Girl I Drfiani of Jean- nie Bnona tic-.vikhcii c Tr.-ti Jones Thfl Survivors TV-5 Mcrv Griffin C FRIDAY NfiVVS Capt. K-. It Tatos Two c Jack LaLsnhe c Gallopimi Gourmet Woman's Wcrlfi Best of A World Apart c My Children Let's Make n Deal Newlywed Gams Dating Gams Secret Ston One Live to Life Dark Shadows c Lo SplMdcrrcl Inim General Hospil.il LinkloHcr Ttiot Girl TV-5 News Animal World ;