Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LSTHBHIDGE HERALD, FRIDAY, APWl 14, T970 Thursday, April 30 Man Upsets Balance Of IN attire C Days of Our Lives Newlywcd Game Wynne's Pad. Huntley-Brinklev That Our Town Peyton tones Hockey The Dating Dream of Magistrate's Court McHale's Another City Secret Operation (D Courtship of Edge of Bewitched One Family Affair (71 This Is Tom Jones Mice and Jones JJ) Movie: My Three Sons Dean Martin Gomor Martin Dark -Shadows Good Guys Mike Love is a News I General Hospital D i Tonight Show I People In Conflict 3 Take Griffin i Thursday Night IJl's That News News of Tcleprobe 7 O Told Pierre (8) Mornings-Monday thru Friday Grampa Gillus C Color White Moralags n Salute Agriculture B Our World Joseph Bend (J) Salute Agriculture A Today Show B Capt. Kangaroo O Today in 'Montana A It Takes Two Jack Lalanoe (7) Pinnochio Mid Ot (K University of the Air A Galloping Gourmet O Uncle Bobby News Q Sale ot the Century qu Woman's World (7) Cartoons A Sompcr Room 0 HoUywobd f :00 I Mr. Dremup Parlou Francait Today Ed Allen Who, What, Where Game A World Apart Schools Another World All My Obildren Friendly Giant' World Make a Deal ChezHelene Our Town Peyton Place Our Lives Newlywcd Game Magistrate's Court Doctors Dliting Game Compelling Look At Pollution The forces of nature are con- trolled through a delicate bal- intricate cycle of Hfe with' the various species de- pending on each other for sur- vival. Over the generations Dinah Returns To TV In New Daytime Series "Dinah's the Monday- through-Friday half hour day- tune series marking the return of Dinah Shore to the NBC Tele- vision Network, will premiere Aug. 3. 'Dinah's Place" will be pro- duced In California on a set closely resembling Miss Shore's Beverly Hills home. Each pro- gram in the series will have a central theme, supported with guest stars and integrated se- quences of music and entertain- ment. Viators to "Dinah's Place' will include leading figures in the arts. show, business, govern- ment and sports. man has tried to control this cycle to suit himself. He has changed elements that do not suit him, -he has harnessed oth-. era to serve him and along the way he has accumulated strange substances in .the wrong places. Ho has exploited broken the cycle. And On The Eighth Day, a pen- etrating report on the results of exploitation, will be pres- ented on the ,CTV Television Network on Friday May 1, p.m. And On The Eighth Day In- cludes reports on problems in Canada, pollution ,_________ the Uni- ted States and Great Britain. The basic elements, earth, fire and water are each dealt with separately, and with each the prognosis is the same- critical. In Canada, (he Ottawa River is studied. It is already in" dan- ger of dying and the cause is raw sewage and industrial waste. A U.S. doctor suggests a connection between the.radia- tion count in the atmosphere and the number of deaths of In- Friday, May 1 Days of Our Netrlywed Game Our Town Peyton Place Doctors Dating Game Magistrate's Court AftWMM .Cartoons Secret Storm O Anomer World City Cartoons Hillbillies Buckshot Edge of One Life Movie: Crazy Movie: Seven-Year-Itch Gomer Pyle Dark Shadows Mike Douglas Love Is A Many Splendored Thing. General Hospital Linkletter Thirty People In Conflict Andy Griffith That Girl Doctor's Diary Cronktte News Bewitched Edge of Night Galloping Gourmet Bewitched .The Lucy Show TV-S News World of Man Wynne's Pad RuaUey-BrlnUey Get Smart Flintatonn Marine Boy Tlm-Oonway Lucy ..Show Three I i I I I News I Merv Griffin I Johnny Carsou I F.B.L I News News News CTV News I Movie: Big Gamble I Movie: Back Street I Todey fants under one year old. A graph indicates that radiation fallout from" bomb testing in Nevada, coincides with -in- creased child deaths. And in Britain indiscriminate mining has not only destroyed the once beautiful Swansea Valley but coppci1, .zinc, lead and arsenic deposits have poisoned th-o earth and nothing wiU grow there for'-hundreds of years to come. Zoologists, ecologists, medi- cal doctors from many different fields discuss the aspects of pollution with which they are most "concern- ed. All point out how little we. really-know about the environ- mental moss we are in. And all point out how little we are do- ing to find out more. Sesame Street Series To Be Seen This Fall Sesame Street, the Hghly-ac- claimed hour long for preschoolers produced by the Children's Television Workshop Incorporated in the United States, will be telecast on the CBC-TV network this fall. Knowtton Nash, Director of Information Programs tar the CBC's English network, in an-' nouDCing the purchase of the 26-week Monday-to-Frid ay ser- ies, termed it new concept in educational tele- vision." The scries, aimed at three to fivo-year-olds, will be telecast beginning in October. '.______ flS Brady Bunch (H) (T) News ErtBing 'Movie: Tarzan and tbc Valley of Gold ID Nanny and tfce Professor O) F Troop Bracken's World m Eddie's Father Q) And on the Eighth Day m Ghost and Mrs. Muir A Julia m Debbie Reynolds IB Movie: The Jokers Laugh-In Ironside Love, American Style Movie: Luv Nows YOU CAN ENJOYMENT OF HOME STEREO IN YOUR CAR the 840 a 4- TRACK AUTO STEREO TAPE PLAYER. Tha Artisan 840 you to enjoy tha dimension and scope of continuous stereo sound select tha music of your favourite recording artist; and ba free from com- mercials, radio fading and .static interference. You can also use your personally .sterso in your home with an Automatic Radio home 8-track stereo tape player. 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