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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Uthbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE Of 3 OR MORE GALLONS Of CAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1772 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, TO JANUARY 28, 1971 Mysterious sea mammal studied -Along a few tropical coast- lines and waterways lives an animal that is perhaps the least known of all the world's mammals. For generations the manatee has defied classifica- tion. It was successively thought to be related to the whale, the seal and the fish. Finally, little more than a cen- tury ago, it was recognized that Che manatee or sea cow and 'To Europe With Love9 and Andy Ice skating champion Peggy Fleming returns to (be scene of her 1968 Olympic triumph, skates atop a tall mountain in Switzerland and stars in a fantasy-on-ice sequence with her special friend Andy Wil- liams in Peggy's "To Europe With Love" special to be color- cast on the NBC Television Network Sunday, Jan. '23 at 7 p.m. on Channel 9, Great Falls. Guest starring with Peggy and Andy are Milestones, an Austrian pop-vocal group; Willy Bietak, seven-time Aus- trian pair skating champion, and Paul Sibley, former star of the Vienna Ice Revne. Peggy's fourth music-on-i c e special was produced entirely on location in Europe, where Peggy won three world's fig- ure skating championships (1966, 1967 and 1068) and her Olympic Gold Medal in I960. the Dugongs of the South Pa- cific belonged to an order of their own. Perhaps the only claim to fame the manatee has ever enjoyed is being mistaken for a mermaid. Legend has it that Portuguese sailors, after months at sea and half crazed with malnutrition and scurvy, saw in these animals the come- ly outlines of mermaids. The manatee is a disappear- ing species amd nobody seems to care. This is due in part to lack of information about the creature's habits. The manatee is further cursed by being physically unattractive and having no real usefulness to man. Its natural habitat is the murky, brackish waters of slow moving rivers and estu- aries. Merely observing them underwater is extremely diffi- cult and filming them is al- most impossible. Captain Jacques Cousteau and the crew of his research ship Calypso have studied the manatee in order to create a better understanding of its sit- uation. The results of this in-, vestigatkm will be seen when the CTV Television Network presents The Forgotten Mer- maids on Sunday, January 23, at p.m_ This latest adventure from The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau was filmed in two areas of Florida: the Crystal River on the west coast of the State and "Blue an inland fresh wa- ter sanctuary 200 miles down the St. John's River on the east coast. THE FORGOTTEN MERMAIDS A placid, lethargic animal the manatn has no natural enemy except man. Jacques Cousteau and the craw of the Calypso Ml out to study this amazing sea creature and to discover what can be dona to preserve this specie: on CTV's The Undersea World Of Jacques Cousteau: The Forgotten Mermaidi telecasting Sunday, January 23, on Channel 13 at p.m. The Whiteoaks of Jalna makes its bow on Sunday The Whiteoaks of Jalna, a 13-episode, one-hour color drama, makes its debut on Sunday, Jan. 23 on Channel 7 at 9 p.m. The series ia based on the famous Jalna novels of Canadian author Mazo de la Roche. The series IB taken from three of the novels spanning the years 1914 and the First World War to 1925. The TV ver- sion projects the family into the 1970s so that each episode is. on two time levels past and present Critics of the first two seg- ments which have been pre- viewed say there are too many characters and with flashbacks to previous generations, the whole effort could be very confusing unless the viewer pays close attention and fol- lows the series from week to week. For those looking forward to viewing one of the CBC-TV's most costly efforts a handy re- ference to the family will be found in this week's Weekend magazine section in The Letb- bridge Herald. It is suggested the two-page spread of the family tree be clipped out for ready reference when the series begins Sunday at 9 o'cloi-fc. 'Death By Numbers' Burr plays three roles The guest list is short for CTV's Ironside episode "Death By The Numbers" to be tele- cast on Monday, January 24, at 10 p.m. on Channel 13, chiefly because the three top roles are played by Raymond Burr. In the detective story involv- ing the deaths of members of a parole board, Burr appears in his regular role of Chief Rob- ert Ironside, as an eccentric lawyer turned artist, Carl- ton Duffy, and as Chief Iron- side made up to look like Duffy. Filming the episode involved not only a difficult make-up job for Burr white hair, eye- brows and eyelashes and a yel- lowish-white beard but other complications. To make it feasible to have Chief Ironside and Duffy appeal' ali'ie, an "accident" In which Duffy broke an ankle, thus confining him to a wheel- chair, was arranged in the script, that is. Since the lawyer-turned-arl- ist is supposed to be an irascible, eccentric hermit, few personality changes were re- quired for the crusty Chief Ironside. One slight change ia speech was called for, since Burr thought Duffy should speak with a slight Irish brogue. RAYMOND BURR The plot of the drama by Francince Carroll involves us- ing the Chief as bait (or a kill- er who believes Ironside to be a man be intends to kill. The wardrobe given to the flamboyant Duffy is a far CIT from Ironside's somber clofe- es. He dresses in a i r of striped trousers and Mexi- can shirt and over the outfit wears a black leather belted jacket, which creaks noisily. B. J. Thomas is guest How big is B. J. ThomasT Pretty big a constant rec- order of best selling and now guest on CTV's Rollin' On The River, Satur- day, January 22 at p.m. Welcoming B. J. to the river- boat are Kenny Rogers and the members of the First Edition. Kenny's other guests this week are Canadian singing star Mary Lou Collins acd Dave Brads treet. Give Your Budget a Lift... Shop at Hoyfs hat a complete stock of: Pibreglass Furnace Fitters I-Z KlMit Furnace Miters Universal Humidifier Plates Furnace Air Sidewalk Ice Blaster All at Competitive Prices) 101 Fibreglass Skis with step-in bindings Mounted Super Special Ski Belt Bags AND Wine Skins 25% O OFF! DURAFLAME CEDAR Fire Logs Each log has special in- gredients for colored flames. Special, each 990 CONVfNKNT TMMS AVAI1ABU Open till p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and DOWNTOWN 6M-401 3rd Aw. 1. Phene ;