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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 SUPERSONIC CAR WASH i FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 15 TO APRIL 21, 1972 CBC coverage of moon mission CBC television will give exten- sive coverage to the flight ol Apollo 10 on its 13 day mission to land the fifth set of American astronauts on the moon's Sl'.r. face. Coverage begins with bbstotr Sunday, April 16 at a.m. on Channel 7 and ends with splashdo'.ro Friday, April 2f> at 1 p.m. III bctwcsn, astronauts Jo'.in W, Young, Thomas K. Matlin'2- ly and Charles M. DuUc Jr. wiU have the adventure of their lives as they spend more lime explor- ing the rr.oor.'s surface them man lias ever before, with three moonwalks in the offing. The CEC-TV feed will come from CBS, with news corres- pondent Walter Cronfcilc anchor- ing special report from the Florida space centre nnd CBS headquarters in New York. Cronkile will lie joined hy form- er astronaut Walter Scliirra who will give special analysis throughout the flight of Apollo 16. The journey by navy Captain Young, and rookie astronauts Lielucnar.t Commander Malt- ingly and air force Major j is the next lo last ir. the Apollo program, xvhich in Oc- tobor with a flif-'lit Ihe command of n 1 t c r Schirra. Young and Duke "'ill pilot i Apollo IG's lunar ir.niin'.e In a landing in an area caller! He- carles, a plain surrounded ru.cged Iniuir highlands. They will survey Lliu area in the lat- est model of Ihe Lunar Hover, conducting expcrimcnls and col- IccUng material. Miss Teen Canada contest worili to irinner On Monday April 17, p.m. i The contestant chosen Lo bo the CTV Television Network Miss Teen Canada '72 will re- presents live color coverage ol I ceive a fl.OOO scholarship plus the Miss Teen Canada '72 con- many other prizes. The other test from Toronto, two finalists will receive prizes high school stu- and scholarships, Ench of dents from major centres the Rirls taking part in the con- across Canada will be compel- test wil] vote for Miss Person- Wh0 awarded a S200 cash prize. Araong those taking pov', in the contest will be Miss Teen Canada from last year, '.G year old Monclon born Joan Anne Blair, Colleen Miss Teennce America Banr family 'r W f PRIMITIVE PEOPLES OF THE AMAZON CTV presents an in-depth glimpse at the Mekranoti Indians of Ihe Amazon Jungle Monday, April 17th at Few white men have perorated Hie dense regions of the Amazon and fewer still hove been able to bring back film foorage of the primitive peoples which inhabit this area. This was successful in both respects. Skv Warriors' CTV Tor this year's title. Selected from over G.OOO entries, these twenty-one fina'.isls will be juOfjcd by a panel of five ex- perts will mark ench of the pirls on poise, personality, in- tellect, clunvm, Inlcr.t nnd beau- ty. Primitive Amazon tribe "Our ancestors lived in tho count of the life of the Mckran- laiul that above the sky. oti. Pre-empting Ironside on tins One n luinler was digging occasion. The Sky Warriors is for nn armadillo in its burrow i the first oF two programs on the sun. tic dug so deep I'.Q amining Primitive Man. T h c spIK the in luro, and foil second, lYnplc of tlie l''ly crark. Bui the wind is a delni'.cd nccounL oi life and liim bnck i The of the Fernando V.-ilic-y wliirli became the town of Er.cino once was owned by :ho o< K'.iz- ohclh Baur or N'HC-TV.s iron- side but her nKilhrr. not real- izing H hal would bo for the desert acreage, sold tiio land before the Second World War, JEAN ANNE BLAIR Favored trumpet In the things you always wanted to know department: Doc Scvcrinr-on, talenled music director of the Tonight Show, could have bet'ii 3 violinist, ITis father played that instrument I and wanted his son to play it. 1 too. Luckily, Doc persisted and 1 got a trumpet instead. down !o liLs Now ;ill the !o sec the in the sky. Thoy Mod j their lo their r.r.d t'liv.iiK'd down a pkirl ino. Eu. n Iroacliurniss i; i r I crc'pl It) the cii.'ic of the and ci-.[ I in.1 vine The huaicr i and his people no lo 1 climb I.KK'k to Ihe skv. Thoy trapped in the "Tl'oy vcro the.- fathers of The (lescciitlanl.s of, the men who came from the sky call tliomsclves the Mckrnnoli tho Men, Tliey live in the rain For- est near (he Xinjzu River, a vtnry of the Upper Amazon, Since ID.'S the Brazilian govern- ment, has classified them aa meaning they no longer kill siraiigcrs. On Moiulay. April 17 a I on Channel in, the CTV M S aorsda the primitive Irihnl peo- ples of Papua and Xc-.v Guinea. nnd is scheduled for broiirlrast on May D. The Sky is 11 x1 first .ilin nindc of Ihe and 't closely examines ihcir li'ibi! 'ifo and customs. The cxlinclinn of Mio Cinlas Larjlas. U-Mil UV.S of Indians nj'.ly seen hy a small of of iho lliTizili.ia it mounted py NV-Hod the tip j fsLaMish peaceful conuirr viili of the State of Flnrida, rover- i Hie Cinlas Larpns. s.-'-tiuf an area of almost 21-; mil acros. lie the famous Flor- ida Everglades. Ttu's unusual j oodition natural aqualic environment is lis. pai-t of this CTV retells the stnry of lhai ex- led by Apuona madc up of three major biolo- gical communities open I water, saw grass and woody vegetation. Creatures of all and live out their lives in Hie Everglades. each with its owu specific formula for surviviil. On Sunday. April 1G at 5 p.m. on Channel 13, CTV's popular vision Primi j nature series Untamed World live Man The Sky repeats its first of two visits an inlriLUiinft and colorful oc- to Lho Florida Evorglades, John Chancellor lo receive award John Oianocllor. principal reporter of "NI5C Nightly News.1' will receive a Missouri Honor Award for Distinguished Service in Journalism during tlie University of Missouri's G3rd annual Journalism April 2-1-29. SIMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK GORDON LIGHTFOOT "DON QUIXOTE" RcPRlSE RECORDS HQUrtS. Opsn Dnlly a m. lo 5 30 p m. Thursday ond FrlrJoy to 9 p m Centre Village. Telephone ;