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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUSS HOTEL The lethlmdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 29 TO MAY 5, 1972 PEOPLE Or THE SEAL A way of life changed forever for the Neisilik Eskimos of the Canadian Arctic when civilization caught up with them in the early 60s. But before their world vanished on NFB crew captured on film their methods for survival in one of the harshest environments on earth. Entitled People of the Seal this one hour color documentary will be telecast on the CBC-TV network Wednesday, May 3, at 10 p.m. Times clifinze for Eskimos Way of life vanishes NBC Television Network and Beautiful Downtown Barbank, s well as Los Angeles, are get- ting ready for the big move. The move involves Johnny Carson, who will transport his top nighttime tali: show from York to NBC's studios in Burbank. The show will air i from its new home beginning i Monday, May 1 but festivities are being planned new. On May 1, Carson will attend I a meeting of the Los Angeles I Ci Council at which lie will be presented with a plaque hearing a resolution from the Coincil honoring Carson and t pressing appreciation.for his selection of" the Los Angeles i ca frotn which to colorcast his show. A week before Carson ar- i rives, a banner will be flown at the intersection of Alameda I and Olive Avenues, address of I the NBC studios, reading "Wel- I come Tonight Show Star ring Johnny Carson." Several res- taurants in the neighborhood are already exhibiting welcome signs for Carson and the added business they hope the show will bring. Gov. Ronald Reagan's wife, j Nancy, will welcome Johnny California when she appears as a special guest on the late- night series Monday. May 1. In addition to the First Lady of the Golden State. Carson will greet guests Don Rickles. Boh Newhart and actress Carol Wayne. Nelsilik is an Eskimo word meaning 'People of the and until fairly recently the Netsilik of the Canadian Arctic were among the most primitive jcoples of the world. Up to a !ew years ago, they were barely aware that there was a their own. They spent their days hunting the seal and using every scrap of meat, bone, and skin in order to survive in one of the most forbidding regions in the world. All this has now changed. Today, the Ketsilik live in settlements and have switched from .-.anting to working on oil rigs, in mines, or in canning factories. But before the change came about, in the early 60s, and their traditional way of life vanished, a record of how they lived and hunted was made by the National Film Board of Canada. Thousands of feet of film were shot at Polly Bay showing the Nctsilik patiently squatting for up to five hours at breathing holes in the ice wri'ing for seals to surface; then, when the catch is bagged, preparing the carcass for food, clothing, tents and harpoons. Nothing is wasted. This remarkable film, called "People of the Seal." will be telecast on the CBC-TV network, in color. Wednesday May r, at 11) and "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" concert special John Fogerty lends liis rock group Creodence Clearwater Revival in a one-hour concert special on the CBC television network Wednesday, May 3 at 9pm. in color-Filmed at the Oakland Coliseum in California before a capacity audience of this special, called "In Concert Crccdcnce Clearwater Revival." captures all the osciie-mcnt engendered wherever the dynamic' CCR group appears. ".John's creative drive in management, his writing and arranging, brought the group world-wide fame and they have since become one of the most influential rock groups in America. They have had seven straight million singles and four of their half-dozen alburns have passed the million sales mark. animals solve problems of environment Working on varying levels of sophistication, animal species have evolved different methods coping with their environment, according to each individual's needs. CTV's popular nature series Untamed W.rld studies the wavs in which animals have adapted "tools" In aid them in Getting The Job Done, to be a repeat telecast Sunday, April "0 at 5 Three-part m will be re-tele Every year, three of the most beared diseases in Canada diibetes, cancer, and Parkinson's disease account for many thousands of unfortunate victims, Canadians, series cast by CBC in their prime, who suddenly find their lives dramatically altered by crippling iilness. C15C television's The Nature Of Things will present repeat telecasts of its 1971 three-part medical series dealing with these diseases and the extensive research undertaken on them here in Canada. Diabetes was dealt with on April 24. On May 1 the program will deal with cancer and will focus on the Canadian battle to find a cure for this little-understood, yet widely feared killer disease. Parkinsonism, final program of the scries tMay ill. will concern itself mainly with current research into this crippling disease of the Cows lean wins two film awards The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau television special Tragedy Of The Red Salmon, broadcast over the CTV Network in the Fall of ]970, has captured the Berlin [ntcrnational Agricullin-c and Environment Film Festival "Golden Ear" award. The film, which also won the Belgrade Film Festival Award, detailed .he poignant story of the of the Red Salmon to :he Pacific Northwest spawning AH, George C h u vnlo on Ch. 2 Lcthliridge calllcv i s i o n viewers will lie treated to an "exclusive" on Channel 2 Monday May 1 at p.m. when the Mohammed AH George Clmvalo fight will lie telecast live from Vancouver. Tliis is a closed circuit caltle TV vie'.v-ers Pair signed o for TV pilot NEW YORK Stefanie Powers and John Fink have been signed to star with Roddy McDowall in 20th Century-Fox Television's new half-hour pilot for the NBC Television network. Topper Returns. The pair will portray Me-D i) wall's ghostly relatives, Marion and George Kiruy. McDow.ill stars as Cosmo Topper's nephew. PLAY Joe Orion's last play, What the B title- r Saw. is being presented at two Canadian regional theatres this Si-.i-on. the St. Lawrence Centre in Toronto and the M a n i t o b Theatre Centre in Winnipeg. CAST Burl Reynolds will join Yul Hr-ynncr and Racqiiel Welch in the nun ie M A .99 RECORD OF THE WEEK I. "DIAMONDS, DIAMONDS" -_ A 2 RECORD ALBU.V NEIL DIAMOIMD ocpt. STORE HOURS- Open Daily 9 a.m. Thirty and Friday 9 a re. .0 9 p Centre Village. Telephone ;