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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta MOI 0 National Geographic special Exotic birds featured er bird, which lines Its nest with flowers to attract a mate. Tills special was culled from thousands ef feet of film from 30 different sources all over the world, and special sequences were filmed by noted ornitholo- gist Helm Sletmann, one of the world's famous nature photo- Ballacleer featured by Tyson On Tus'tlay, April 10 at aid. man cannot do wtmt Uie Marty new and Jim The 8.600 different feathered species that populate our world, with approximately 100 billion Individual birds, wilt be explor- ed on "Winged World." to be tf'ecast on the CTV Television Network, Sunday, April 8th at p.ra- "Winged World" was written and produced by Jeffrey Myrow traces the story of birds from their reptll'an ancestry to their rote In sophisticated mod- ern of migration and act odynamics. "The scope of this program says Myrow, "to re- fn'itd us of the part these crea- tures play in our world. All of us look At the bird In flight bird does." Included in the program are such unusual creatures as Afrl- can vultures that have learned to use stwes as toots, a young Ed Brown and The Gems to "The Ian Tyson Show" telecast- over the CTV Television Network. Jim Ed Brown Is one of the anhuiga bird which twirls a host ballad singers In country stick will's leatfiftg how to hold ant) swallow fish, and the bow- AM.A. travel service lj Glasgow piper- to play O Canada for you I AM.A. WORLD TRAVEL SERVICE located at 60S Slh Avenua South Phone 338-1181 or 398-7931 All welcome Plenty of free parking at rotif of building music today. His popularity os- tends not only throughout North America but also to such far flung places as Norway and England, He has even record- ed in Japanese and German. The glamorous Sahara Hotel in Lake Tahoo welcomed Brown and his country sounds and he was chosen also to appear with Cliot Atkins, Boots Randolph and Floyd Cramer on the Fes- tival of Music's International Tour. graphars. Narrated by Alexander Scour- by, "Winged World" was filmed 'or Wolper Productions on locn- :lons ranging from the United States to New Guinea and in- ilmling Africa, Austria, Japan and the Galapagos and Prlbllof Islands. PIG AND WH'STI.E: Scot- tish miulcap Chtaolm. entertains the pub crowd when be joins Hewer and the regulars down at tl.v Pig and Whistle, Monday April at p.m. on the CTV Tele- vision Nctv.ork. Who Owns The Sea? Updated edition of documentary The traditional 'freedom of the doctrine defined in 1609 by the founder of interna- tional law, Hugo Grotius, has becoiqe perilously outmoded. Grotius based his code on the belief that the sea's riches could not be exhausted, but 20th century man knows that mari- time resources while abun- dant are finite. Leading ecologies, maritime lawyers and the United Nations now are racing against time to effect new International agree- ments governing ownership and coirtrol of the seas, to stave of the threat posed by massive fleet-fishing, offshore drilling, and the pollution potential of the supertanker. Last February, CBC telecast A 90-mimite documentary en- titled Who Owns the which dealt with these urgent issues. A specially-edited 49- minuto version of the program was shown at UN environ- mental meetings in Stockholm, Geneva and New York, as a.-cement was reached to hold a major Law of the Sea Con- ference in CBC television will show this special version, plus a 10- minute section updating devel- opments since last year, on Wednesday, April 11 from 9 to 10 p.m. Thursday, April 12 O Let's Muka a Deal IB Movie: McCloud fg) Another Word ID Hospital O Truth or Cersoqueitccs Q Hollywood's Talking CO Ona Life to Live O Anodic- World Movie: McCloud Get Set For Seo Your Co-op for Your GARDEN SUPPLIES 6 cu. ft. PEAT MOSS Special S4.50 Si.63 (UNTIL MAY 5} A COMPim SUPPLY OP OAROIM AND GRASS SIEDS GARDEN CHEMICALS CUT VVO-M OUST 10 of.................. MAOOOT KlUEft t Ib.................... All Other In Stock GARDEN EQUIPMENT ROTO TllUftS. IAWN MOWERS, SHOVBtS, RAKI-i, HOBS, SPRINKLERS, OAROSN HOSS located In LETHBRIDGE at 1221 2nd Ave. South Phone 327-3777 O t-oi's a ID General Hospital Hollywood's Talking Truth or Consequences __ One Life to 2; 00 Klara's Korner Nancy Miller Movie: A Gift of Terror O Ed Allen O Mike Douglas O Dlnrh's Place O Take 30 Another World f9 Edge of Night QD What's The Good Word O Vin Scully Show ft Family Court joker's Wild Split Second Anything You Can Do (T9 Drop In IB Buckshot O Newi Bewitched IB S'ar Trek O Hollywood Squares Q News ID Password B News (7) News News O NHL 8 Here's Lucy News CD Trfh or Consequences O Doris Day ID Beat the Clock Mod Squad San Q Ironside Q) George IB Little People IB Circle of Fear O Dean Martin ID Kung Fu CB TBA 9.00 Streets of Francisco O Movie: Norlis Topes Streets of San Francisco Q Flip Wilson 10; 00 QID News (5) News George Klrby O Tonight Show ID Movie: The Bad Seed Here Come the 70s Maude News News Gf) CJOC News News Crossfire Merv Griffin Show Movie: House of Dolls The battle-lines are drawn: he shipping nations pressing or continuation of "freedom of he seas" and coastal states uch as Canada arguing that mankind can no longer afford o abuse the oceans by delib- erate acts, or by failure to de- mand high safety standards for >hips. And, as pointed out in Who Owns the there much ime, if positive action is to' be aken in this battle to pro- ect the sea and its vital re- sources; not just for future gen- erations for ours I Seven Peabody Aivards to NBC The National Broadcasting Company has been named win- ner of seven George Peabodjr Awards more than the other ;wo major broadcast organiza- tions combined for distin- guished achievement in tele- vision and radio in 1972. Glen Ford recalls Glenn Ford, who stars in the title role of an NBC- TV program development pro- ject recently aired, once por- trayed a character named Christopher London on radio. He was "sort of an Earl Stan- ley Gardner who investigated says Ford. 'An Establishment Of Good Tatto' RON'S RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday thru a.m. to a.m.; Fri. and Sat.- a.m. to a.m.; Sun. and 10.00 a.m. lo p.m. Phone 328-5666. 'SERVING THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN FOOD' from the Cuitomer Parking-Ph. 328-5666 Holland's Drapery Shop VISIT OUR STUDIO largest display of Drapery Materials in Western Canada Draperies if Bedspreads Vertical Drapes 327-4475 The Storo With tho Slock 325 7th St. S., ;