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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU HOTEL FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSON'IC CAR WASH FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 15 TO APRIL 21, 1972 CBC coverage of moon mission X S CBC television will give extensive coverage to the flight oi Apollo 1G on its 13-day mission to land the fifth set of will be joined by former astronaut Walter Schirra who will give special anah is throughout the flight of J astronauts on the moon's o face. Coverage begins with blastoff Sunday, April 16 at 10 '3D a.m. on Channel 7 journey by navy Captain Young, and rookie astronaut; Lietuonnr.t Commander ends with splashdown Friday, ingly and air force Major p i ve April at 1 p m. is the next to last in tne In between astronauts John program, which began in W. Young, Thomas K. Matting- 1 tober with a flight ly and Charles M. Duke Jr. will the command of a 1 t e have the adventure of their lives 1 Schirra. as they spend more time and Duke will ing the moon's surface 16 's lunar module to man lias ever before, in an area called three moonwalks in the a plain surrounded The CBC-TV feed will lunar highlands. from CBS, with news survey the area in the pondent Walter Cronkilc model of (lie Lunar ing special reports from the Florida space centre and experiments and headquarters in New Miss Teen Canada contest rvorth to u inner On Monday April 17, p.m. the CTV Television Network presents live color coverage of the Miss Teen Canada '72 con- test from Toronto. Twenty-one high school stu- dents from major centres across Canada will be compet- ing for this year's title. Selected from over 6.000 entries, these twenty-ore finalists will be judged by a panel of five ex- pcvts who will mark each of the girls on poise, personality, in- tellect, charm, talent and beau- ty. I The contestant chosen lo bo Miss Teen Canada '72 will re- iceive a scholarship plus many other prizes. The other I two finalist1; will receive prizes j and scholarships. Each of the girls taking part in the con- I test will vote for Miss Person- I nlity, who will be awarded a I cash prize. Among those taking part in the contest will be Miss Teen Canada from last year, 1G year I old Moncton born Jean Anne Blair, and Colleen Filzpafrick I Miss" Teenage America '72. PRIMITIVE PEOPLES OF THE AMAZON CTV presents an in-depth glimpse at the Mekranoti Indians of the Amazon Jungle Monday, April 17th at Few white men hove perretrated the dense regions of the Amazon and fewer still have been able to bring back film footage of the primitive peoples which inhabit this area. This expedition was successful in both respects. Sfcy CTV Special .azon tribe r V" Sanr family on-ticfl loicnsite DURBAN K The of the San Fernando Valley iich subsequently became the town of Encino once was owned by Mvi Family of Eliz- abeth Baur of MlC-TV's Iron- side but, her nifit.hcr. not real- izing u hat would be ifi for the desert acreage, sold the land before the" Second World War, JEAN ANNE BLAIR Favored trumpet In the things you always wanted to know department: Doc Scverinson. talented music director of the Tonight Show, could have been a violinist. His father played that instrument and wanted liis son to play it. I too. Luckily, Doc persisted and I got a trumpet instead. "Our ancestors lived in the land that lies above the sky. One day a hunter was digging for an armadillo in its burrow on the sun. lie dug so deep ho split the sky in two, and fell I down the crack. But the wind saved him and blew him back lo his village. Now all the tribo wanted !o see lay beneath the crack in the sky. They tied their children to their backs, and climbed down a giant vine. Bui a Ireadierniis young i1, i r I crop! lo the cri.ue of the crack and cut I ho vine. The hunlcr j and his people had no way to i climb back to the sky. They wore trapped in the jungFe. "They were Hie tattlers of our Litliers The descendants o[ the men who came from the sky call themselves the Mekranoti tho Men, They live in the rain for- est near liie Xingu River, a trib- utary of the Upper Amazon. Since ID.'S the Brazilian govern- ment has classified them as meaning they no longer kill strangers. On Monday. April 17 at on Channel 13, the CTV Tele- vision Network presents Primi live Man The Sky Warriors, 1 an intriguing and colorful DC- count of the life of the Mekran I oti. Pre-empting Ironside on this occasion. The Sky Warriors is i the first of two programs j amining Primitive Man. T h c second. People of the Fly River. is a detailed account oi life Florida iS'esl'ed in the southern tipj of the Stale of Florida, cover- j ing an area of almost 2'; mil lion acres, lie the famous Flor- ida Everglades. This unusual I natural aquatic environment is i made up of three major hiolo-. gical communities open saw grass and woody vegetation. Creatures of all I sizes and varieties b've out j their lives in the Everglades. each with its own specific formula for survival. On Sunday. April 16 at 5 p.m. on Channel 13, CTV'S popular nature series Untamed World. repeats its tirst of two visits to Lhe Florida Everglades. imong the primitive tribal peo- ples of Papua and Guinea, and is scheduled for broadcast on May 9. The Sky Warriors is the first made of the Mekranoti and 't closely examines their U'ibil life and customs. The slow extinction of tha Mekrar.oli is paralleled by tho Cintas Lai-gas. Until I'.X'S this group of Indians only seen by a small group of people. ;i prospectors ar.'i -'t'l'kltl'! pilots. In the Agency of ihe mounted an expedi'ii'Tl to i.'stablish peaceful con! act with She Cinlas Largas. The s.vmd part of this CTV Notv.-cirk spe- cial retells the story of that ex- Dedition, led by Apuena Meirel- lis. John Chancellor to receive award John Chancellor, principal reporter of ''NBC Nightly News." will receive a Missouri Honor Award for Distinguished Service in Journalism during the University of Missouri's 63rd annual Journalism Week, April 24-29. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK GORDON LIGHTFOOT "DON QUIXOTE" HOURS; Opon Dolly REPRISE RECORDS m. to p.m. Thursday pnd Fndoy to 9 p r Record Dept. Centre Village. Telephone 323-M31. ;