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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Arts and crafts of native people Sunday on CTV's Untam- the world, ed World, viewers gain a In Japan, doll making is look at native art around a noble art. and the collec- tion of this ancient craft district has its own distinc- was once the domain of the live and the aristocracy. Today, each MIDNIGHT MOVIE THURSDAY. January 16th 12 MIDNIGHT CHANNEL 10 Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar doll has become a symbol of religious ceremonies, one of the greatest being the Doll Festival. Ikebana, the art of flower arranging, is a cen- turies old tradition in Japan as well. Students are required to spend long periods of training to become competent in the intricacies of simplicity in- volved. In Thailand, paper mak- ing is a major industry and provides materials for Thai crafts such as ar- Quasar Quasar Quasar tificial [lowers, fancy hats and bamboo umbrellas. The Navajo Indians in the south western United States practice the skills of working with silver to make jewellery an art inherited from neighboring Mexico. Farther south, in Guatemala. Indian women can be seen displaying intricate and intriguing hair decorations a daily routine in the village. The Guatemalan men apply their skills to carving wooden face masks for use in fiestas. Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar CALL NOW FOR DELIVERY 3D TROJAN HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS LTD. Phone 329-0500 524 5th ST. S. Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Quasar Another people who create elaborate hair styles are across the world in Africa the Zulu women. Some of these hairdos can take as long as two or three days to com- plete. And in Kenya we see the Njemp natives engaged in the art of boat building. A useful and vital craft to these people, the boats, made from small logs and saplings, will become their major form of transporta- tion and means of a living by fishing. Mornings (B Thought for the Day QJ Farm News (B University of tlie Air O Pinocchio (P News O Understanding Our World 6-.30 (B Yoga Q Wizard of Oz O Salute to Agriculture O Farm City Today Canada A.M. 0) Captain Kangaroo O Today Show O Klaras Korner O Talcs of the Rivcrbank O Juliette 8: Friends (D AM America O Ed Alien Romper [loom O Access (School Telecast! CD Audrey Q Today in Montana (B Come Alive Q Hollywood Squares Topical science Advances in the world of science and technology and how they can affect our lives are the subjects on a new series on CBC-TV beginning Monday, Jan. 13. Called Science Magazine, it is hosted by Dr. David Suzuki, inter- nationally known for his work in genetics, which has ranged from chromosone reproduction to his controversial and outspoken opinions related to human destiny. A University of British Columbia professor, known to CBC viewers as the host of Suzuki On Science, he is a born teacher and natural performer who com- municates his passion for science. His popular series was shown on the network in 1970 and again in 1971. Executive producer of the series. Science Magazine, is .lames Murrav. 0) Love of Life Q) News SB Lite Style O Canadian Schools O .Jackpot Q) Young anil Restless (B Pay Cards O Dress Up O B'ank Cheek OD Search For Tomorrow O News Q Sesame Street QD its Your Move OD All My Children Q Celebrity Sweepstakes W Let's Make A Deal QD Galloping Gourmet O As tiie World Turns (B Buckshot O Dale Barney Q Days of Our Lives 0) S10.000 I'yramiil Professional packing No oflense. but we can'pack your prized possession in about one-fourth the time it may take you. and do it better. We use 18 different kinds of cartons, each designed for a particular job. We know how to pack a box full bul not too full. We wrap articles to cushion each other against breakage. We seal each box against dust and dirt. Let North American do the packing for you. Save your- self lor better things. McLean MOVING LTD. "Your North American Van Lines Agents" Now located at 614 35th Street North Phone 327-3146 The Rug Drapery Shoppe 324-13 Street North Phone 329-0712 ;