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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetJibrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. JANUARY 15. TO fRLDAY, JANUARY 21, 1971 Young music makers "A labor of love" is tow pro- ducer-director Glenn S a r t y auras up his work on the Wed- nesday night musk documen- tary The Sound of August on Jan. 19 at p.m., in color on Channel 7. This special pro- gram follows the progress of the 1971 National Youth Or- chestra from its formation, through rigorous training, to concert tour, to the climax of a standing ovation by a packed house at the National Arts Cen- tre, Ottawa. Narrated by Alan McFee, this one-hour special captures UK enthusiasm, dedication and artistry of a select group of young Canadian musicians, most of them having their first chance to work wilfa each other under professional conditions as a professional orchestra. Ad- judicator Stephen Kondata travelled throughout Canada auditioning hundreds of young hopefuls between the ages of 14 and 24, seeking those who could meet the high standards set by previous National Youth orchestras. And as The Sound of August goes on the ah- the rBeareh for the 1972 orchestra is already underway. That the 1971 orchestra was a particularly fine one will be readily apparent to viewers, not only by the performances In rehearsal and on concert tour but also by the. comments of Musical Director Georg Tintner here making his North American debut and the guest conductors who in- cluded Seiji Ozawa and com- poser Aaron Copland. Figure skating CBC television will carry me 1972 Canadian Figure Skating Championships live and in col- or, Saturday, Jan. 15 and Sun- day, Jan. 16, from London, On- tario. It's shaping up as one of the best ever and CBC-TV hosts Kmie Afaganis and Tom Mc- Keep along with color commen- tators Petra Burka and Don Jackson, both Olympic gold medalists, will keep viewers veil informed on all mat's tak- ing place. APPEARING IN JALNA Actors Kate Reid and Paul Harding, who play the two leading characters rn the million CBC series Whrteoaki of Jalna, show how their characters will aga as the story progresses. The first one-hour installment is scheduled for airing Sunday, Jan. 23. The story, based on novels by Maze la Roche, concern the fives of a tempestuous Canadian family. Jalna will debut Jan. 23 but critics pessimistic By VICTOR STANTON TORONTO (CP) The WW- teoaks ol Jalna, the CBC's most ambitious venture in television drama, makes its debut on screens across the country Jan. 23, with many critics expressing pessimism about the prospects of viewers returning for 12 suc- cessive weeks thereafter. The 13-part series, based on three of the 16 Mazo de la Roche Jalna .novels which chronicled the lives of a family of southern Ontario aristocrats over a 100-year period, is soap opera on an epic scale, given the benefits of a strong cast and grandiose production. But the complexity of plot and characterization, increased in the television series by adding another generation to the fam- ily, may prove too confusing for the public with no chronological or character guide to which to refer. Ear'i episode, which Is en- tirely dependent on all the otbe episodes for Us beginning an end (the present series doasn' really end, as an additional 1 episodes are being considered) spans roughly a 60-year pern some scenes going back in tune another 60 through what CBC relei refer to as "parallel time scqu JALNA Concluded on Page 3 North beauty spots Stretching above the north- ern boundaries of Europe mat reaching well up into the Arctic Circle la Scandinavia the collective name given to three raggedly beautiful and eemi- solated countries Norway. Denmark and Sweden. On Sunday, Jan. 1C, S p.m. on Channel 13 CTV'i papular nature series Untamed World explores Scandinavia, reveal- ing the geography, the people and me animal life of thic re- gion. The countries of Scandinavia are rich in contrast. In Nor- way deep and treacherous fjords penetrate as much as 100 mites Inland and the high mountains have forced toe peo- ple to live close to the sea. In Sweden much of the north frozen tundra and the major- ity of Swedes live in the south- ern part of the country. Den- mark enjoys a more privileged position. Hie climate is tem- perate and Hie countryside soft and undulating Untamed World's vWt to Scandinavia shows many of the anJmalH that live in UBS part of the world, including the wol- verine, the lynx, the largo herds of reindeer, the great crested grebes and the red breasted goose. Scandinavians have a long tradition for the preservation of their environment and of Ua wildlife. Through care and coo- sUeratton the people of Scan- dinavia are able U> come much closer to the fiuKfcwoBC ev- enbi which take place In Uwir part of the Untamed World. Chimpanzee featured in series Animal hijinks feature a new series on CTV Channel 13 which made its debut at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. "Me and the start Ted Btsseu as a dentist trying Co cope with a new member of his famiry and a chhnpanxea named Buttons, lovingly adopt- ed by the dentists' children. Broadway aitress Anita Gillette plays the w fe, Scott Kolden is their son ami Kami Getter their daughter. Ave. S. Phone 327-1767 STEMWARE br Exquisite, Swirl by Spode, Swedish Chormont, Phiwheel, Lead, etc. STOCK ONLY! NO SPECIAL ORDERS! 25% OFF ENGLISH BONE CHINA Royal Doulten, Wedgwood, Royal Worcester, Minton, Aynsley and Royal Albert. STOCK ONLYI NO SPECIAL ORDERS! 25% OFF PYREX AND CORNINGWARE 20% OFF! BAPCO INTERIOR VELVET LATEX PAINT A selection oF Colors priced lo clear, per C A C gallon O.4O ALL HOCKEY EQUIPMENT 25% OFF! PLASTIC TOILET SEATS SPECIAL 9 O7 ONLY.......... O.3 I NOW IN FULL SWING CONVENIENT TERMS! Just MY "CHARM IT" Us. Your Chargn or Hoyfi Own Pranl Opm Till p.m. dav, Thursday and Friday til ;