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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetKbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Togs Drive In Phone 378-5405 FOR PICKUP ORDERS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1971 Mojave desert special Journeying east, away from the Pacific ocean, over Cali- fornia's high Sierra Nevada mountains, the traveller enters the Great Mojave Desert. This is a silent and brutal landscape of twisted deformed rocks, of arid plains and sun drenched dry lakes. The Indians call the desert the "land that supports no man." On Monday February 8, 9'30 p.m., CTV p r e s e n t s in color the National Geographic Society Special The Great Mo- jave Desert. CPre-empting The Carol Burnett Show on this oc- casion.) This severe and dreadful "land that supports no man" lias in fact been the home for many men. The Shoshone and Paiute Indians have roamed throughout the desert wilder- ness. Spanish shepherds Cas early as the 1700s) grazed then- sheep on the arid plains. Silver rush miners eager to strike it rich, desert rats and natural- ists have all made their home and left their mark on this desolate landscape. Remarkably, all these groups are still to be found in tine Mojave and the film portrays the struggles (past and pres- ent) of these inhabitants of one of the harshest environments on earth. This CTV special joins a group of old timers reminisc- ing the "good old days" and with Colin Fletcher, a writer who spends long lonely months out on the desert. He in- troduces us to t h e surprises and deceptions of the an unexpected oasis, a spring laced with arsenic, a rippling mirage, and on the rim high above Death Valley, an opera house with sixteenth century decor. Narration is by Joseph Campanella. Replacement for Sullivan during summer For years, the Ed Sullivan Show has been unique since it ran 52 weeks of each year with an occasional repeat. In 1971, a show headed by Lph- man and Barkleyis being worked on to replace Ed for the 13 summer weeks. TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, Journey to zoological paradise Second visit to Australia Of all the continents, the most exciting and yet least familiar to the naturalist, is the continent of Australia. Isolated from other major land masses for over 60 mil- lion years and protected by a minimum of interference, Aus- tralia has produced ancient and bizarre creatures that can- not be found anywhere else. Untamed World journeys to this zoological paradise on Australia (Part Sunday February 7, p.m. on Channel 13. To the rest of the world Aus- tralia is represented by one unique creature the kanga- roo. The kangaroo belongs to a family of animals called mar- supials, a group of mammals, all of whom have pouches in which most carry their young. Untamed World's second visit to Australia reveals more of that country's richness of animal life. Film is shown of the emu, an ostrich-like bird which lost the ability to fly centuries ago but more than by running at speeds approaching 40 miles per hour. Also seen is footage of the famous koala, a -furry snub- nosed, cuddlcsome little crea- ture that a few short years ago neared extinction. Now heavily protected, the koala has a strange digestive system that permits it to live exclusively on the eucalyptus tree. For any other creature the toxic poisons found in this tree would mean certain death. Series on life, science Hove you ever wondered about things like what makes birds and animals band togeth- er for survival? How does life manage to exist and thrive m Antarctica, surely the worlds least hospitable continent? Can time go backward? And how serious is the actual threat from pollution to the balance of nature? If so and who hasn't-CSC's The World Live In is for you. This enlightening new series on life and science in our mod- ern world makes its local debut on Monday. Fcburary at p.m.. on Channel 7 Sponsored by Shell Canada, the 26-paH color scries has been universally hailed for its vast informative and entertain- ment values. It has been based on the famed Life Nature and Science Libraries that have sold over 40.000.000 copies Ihrouphoui the has I been lavishly produced will" footage filmed in all areas of the world. To prepare the series. lime- Life scoured the active col- laboration of the foremost scientific authorities in mu- seums, universities, observa- tories and other institutions. And the issue that has so strongly captured the current public interest ecology and the balance of nature has been accorded a key role m each of the 26 featured epi- sodes. From the insect world to ths secrets of Mars and Venus, from the invention of the wheel to the challenge of the com- puter society, no topic of inter- est has been neglected. And tlic result? Unexpected. Challeng- ing. Commendable! N.Y. Rangers vs. Canucks at Vancouver British Columbia and Prai- rie region hockey fans will be ablu to sec the Vancou- ver Canucks in action against the New York Rang- ers Saturday evening. UsiiiK a split network tern the CBC-TV will air the westerns! game at 6 Saturday 0 over ITian- 1 ncl 7. SAVE AT HOYT'S SANYO WASHER SPIN DRYER Sanyo Makes life's Good Things Better Convenient Terms Open Till 9 p.m., Thurs. and frt. Niphlsl Big Capacity Tub and Spin Dryer Magic Turn Washing Action Rinsing possible in tub or dryer BuiIMn Drain Pump Safety lid on dryer Corrosion-proof Acrylic enamel finish Choice of colors ALSO AVAILABLE IN 606-6O8 3rd Avc. S. Pho.ic 327-5767 NORTH LETHBRIDGE 324 13th SI. N Phone 328-4441 ;