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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Burger Baron FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-4717 FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, TO FRIDAY, AUGUST 20. 1971 Bombing effects on 3 great cities VARIETY SPECIAL Grammy Award winning singing group, rhe Fifih Dimension (above) host their own variety special for the CTV Television Network on August 17, 10.-00 p.m. Their include Canadian enlerfainers Debbfe Lori and Murray MacLaughlan, as well as songstress Dionne Warwick and singing group The Carpenters, jlh Dimension and guesl slurs Traveling Sunshine Show "One thing we Ecel are helping to accomplish is a les- sening of the generation gap, that chasm between teenagers and adults and their enjoyment of today's popular music." says Florence LaRue, one-filth o[ The 5th Dimension. Florence and the other four- fifths demonstrate just how good they are in closing that gap when CTV presents The 5th Dimension Traveling Sun- shine Show, Tuesday, August IT, 9-10 p.m. on Channel 13. The 5ill Dimension are trav- eling the land in an old gypsy- medicine show wagon dispens- ing their musical remedies Lo all who listen. From their dis- pensary, equipped with more than its fair slmi'e ol magical goodies, they will call on the talents of a marvelous list of guest stars: Dionne Warwick, the Carpenters, Murray Mc- Lnughlan and Debbie Lori Kaye (.0 assist them in their musical curing. The five members of The 511) Dim cnsion are: Lcmonte MeLemore, Florence LaRue Marilyn McCoo. Ron Townsor ana Billy Davis, Jr.. each com- mitted to spreading under- standing through music. Billy Davis, the group's philosopher Iii-resirience is convinced tha music is one oE the besi ways of worldwide comjmiii cation even if you can' understand another man's guage you can understand music." Ian his The CTV Television Network, "or three Sundays in August, will present a series of power- ful documentary specials ex- amining the effects of total war on the populations of three of Europe's great rilies: London. Leningrad and Berlin. Under the title Cities At War, the programs will be telecast aL p.m. on Sunday. August 15. 22 and 29 over Clien- nef These films are concerned with the people who lived in (he cities. Beneath the surface differences of rationality are the common features of man- iud, and the programs demon- strate these features and the miraculous resilience of the hu- man spirit and the incredible strength of people pushed to the limit of their endurance. Tliroughout the programs view- er's will witness tire breakdown ol social barriers, communities working as one, the ingenuity of man and, above all, the in- destruclible instinct to survive. The first program in the vies is titled Umdon, and will presented on August 15. Lon- don was the first city to dis- cover what 'total war" could mean in Hie age of aerial bom- bardment. One tenth of the city was reduced to rubble and 30.- 000 people out of 3 million died. The following week. August 22. p.m.. Cities At War documents the 9JO day siege of Leningrad. This city was subjected to concentrated bomber and artillery attack longer Mian any other place in modern history. One million citizens of the city Ln three. The remainder barely survived on below siawation rations. On Sunday. August 29. the third and final program in the Cities At War series documents the destruction of the heart oE Hitler's empire Berlin. TJiree quarters of the city was reduced to rubble and people died. The scries was produced in Britain by Grinada Television. was diitcled uy Michael Dar- low and executive producer was Mike Wool lor. Privacy topic at Couchiching Is wire-tapping a necessary function to prevent crime? Do 1 business firms infringe on civil liberties when they secretly compile a file on an individ- ual's credit rating? This type oC question and many more dealing with the threat to privacy in a technical age will be thoroughly exam- ined in a CBC-TV half-hour color special on (lie 40th an- nual Coucliiching Conference, for telecast on (he network Sunday, August 15 at 10 p.m. on Channel 1. With host Gordon Donaldson, the program will be an analyti- cal look into the outcome of the Conference, the theme be- ing Privacy And an exam- ination of whether individual privacy is being threatened by social and technological changes, and it so, what steps can be taken to safeguard our privacy in the last quarter of the 20th century. Held at Geneva Park on Lake Couchiching, Ontario Cnear Orillia) each summer, the Couchiching Conference is a gathering of some of the finest ininds in Canada to ex- amine and discuss the prob- lems of our lime. Canadian parklaiids ited re- vs By definition the Canailir.n parklaiids are pockets of wood- ed areas interspersed with grassland, which boivii'r tho two major environments of for- est and prairie. These border zones or have a remarkable biological make-up, which to a great extent is controlled by the variety of animal life which use these areas. Untamed World. CTV's popu- lar nature scries, visits ani- mals that make their homes in these Canadian parks on the re-telecast of Parklands. S'un- da.v. August 13, p.m. on Channel 13. FOR FASTER, EASIER LAWN CARE TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE SPECIALS at HOYT'S NO 35 ROCKWELL SINGLE EDGE HEDGE TRIMMER Wilh 1 45a single edge culling bar, pruning saw and side handle. Reg, 39.97. SPECIAL 32-97 NO. 36 ROCKWELL DOUBLE EDGE HEDGE TRIMMER Extra long 16U double edge culler bar, for big capacily, left and right hand trimming Reg- 49.97. SPECIAL____........... NO. 40 ROCKWELL EDGER TRIMMER 3 lools in 1. 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