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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta READ THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH AlBERTA'S LARGEST RURAl CIRCULATION TELEVISION Herald GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Wathing, Drying, Dry Cleaning MfM 328-8944 12 Si. BS. Attended Men. thru Fri. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 73 TO FRIDAY, JUNE 29 CALGARY REtiffU BAY -pi NIAGAHA-ON-THE-LAKE CBC RADIO Some of the cities to be visited by Queen Elizabeth and Prince Ftiilip during their visit. GBC 'TV Coverage of Royal Visit begins at Toronto June 25 NBC to telecast solar eclipse from East Africa LOS ANGELES (NBC) One of nature's most awe-in- based there for observation and study of the eclipse. spmng spectacles the total j The June 30 eclipse will not solar eclipse will be tefccast be visible in the United States by NBC News June 30 as it except on television. On that occurs over Kenya in East date the sun will rise in eclipse Africa, Donald V. Meaney, of Venezuela, cut a track vice-president, Television News across Africa, and set in Programming, announced. eclipse over the Indian Ocean NBC News will devote three special NBC Net- work color programs to satel- lite coverage of the eclipse. It is expected that between 30 arid 40 foreign countries will carry the NBC News coverage. The precedsnt-setting aspect of NBC News' coverage will be the showing of the human and animal reactions to the total darkness of the ec'ipse. The site at Lake Rudolph is a sparsely inhabited area in Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Prin-ee Philip will touch down at Toronto International Airport, June 25 as CTV begins live coverage of the Royal Couple's four prov- ince visit from a.m. fo a.m. On hand to greet the Queen with the official wel- come of Ontario, will be Governor-General and Mrs. Ko- land Michener, Prime Minister These include many of the j which tribesmen live in countries belonging to the 35-' ed huts and survive by herding msmber European Broadcast- camels and cattle. At Marsabit ing Union, which is collaborat-, Game Reserve, some miles dis- inf; with NBC in production of j tant, reactions of many varie- this project. Among the EBl ties of animals to total dark- countries which will see the i ness will be taped. At the Lake coverage are Great Britain; Rudolph there also is a France, West Germany, Italy, i considerable amount of wi'd- Iran, Jordan and Israel. View-1 life, including crocodiles, hipio- ers in Australia, New potamuses, sacred ibis, fla- Japan and Mexico also will be; mingos and other birds. History of photography The Time Machine to be repeated For almost 150 years, the camera has been a way into the past, a nrwans of preserving the present for the future. Indeed, since its discovery in 1822 by a French inventor, Niepce, this science-turneo'-ev- eryone's-f a v o r i t e-hobby has duly dominated man's efforts at immortality. In the words of Beaumont Newhall, distin- guished curator and photogra- phic historian, "neither words nor bruslistrokfls cam evoke the powerful nostalgia of a photo- graph. It is a mirror with a memory a way to conquer time." From the camera obscura o) Leonards da Vinci to Kodak's, Instamatic and the Moon Cam-- era, photography has come long, long wav since its incep- tion. Highligl'H of its fascinat- ing 150-year history will be tele- cast, Wedni-srbv, June 27 at p.m. (in color) in a re- peat presentation of the out- standing hour long CBC-TV documentary, chine. The Time Ma- Beauty pilot Vonda Van Dyke, former Miss America who co-hosts the 53rd annual Miss America Pageant on NBC-TV Sept. 8, 'is a pilot and nl.so authored a monthly column for Plane and Pilot magazine. A fond, nostalgic "portrait" of photography and its develop- ment as an art form, the pro- gram will feature commentary by historian Beaumont New- hall, and eight of the world's leading photographers; Irving Penn, Ansel Adams, Brassai, Jacques Lartigue, Paul Strand, Andre Kertesz, Bill Brandt, and Stefan Lorant. Jewish award for Lucy Jarvis LOS ANGELES (NBC; NBC News producer Lucy Jar- vis will receive the "Woman of the Year" award from the Na- tional Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Veterans U.S.A., Inc., at the organization's annual con- vention in Hollywood, Fla., Au- gust 5-12. Mrs. Jarvis joins an illus- trious list of former award win- ners. Previous recipients in- clude Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, Senator Margaret Chase Smith and Dr. Margaret Mead. Last month Mrs. Jams was named winner of the Silver Satellite Award by American Women in Radio and Television and also received the SESAC man of A c hie v em en I.' Award, Trudeau and Mrs. Margarat frudeau, the Lt.-Governor of Mario and WilMam Davis, Premier of Ontario, with his wife Mrs. Davis. After these ceremonies, the Queen will in- pect the Guard of Honor. Saturday, June 30, the Royal Party visits "The Queen's North America's oldest, continuously run stakes race which is celebrating its 114th unning this year. CTV also presents the colorful trophy jrssentation by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth. The steady gi'owlh of racing and the ex- citement of a Royal Visit assures new records in atten- dance ait the race. Sunday, July 1, CTV will :over the Queen's Address to ,hc Nation from a state dinner in Charlottetown. She will also attend a concert in the park and have an opportunity to see highlights of the 100th ann: sary activities of Prince Ed- ward Island. While in Regina on Wednes- day, July 4, CTV presents the Queen's speech at the 100th Anniversary Parade of the RCMP. While in the West, the Queen will also make a visit to the Calgary Stampede. "CTV National News" an- chorman, Harvey Kirck, and "Question Period" moderator Bruce Phillips, will provide the commentary for CTV's live coverage of the Royal Tour. Actress prefers role of producer Gail Kobe, associate pro- ducer of NBC-TV's "Return to Peyton Place" not only was a member of live original cast of "Peyton Place" but played a leading role in the daytime drama "Bright which "Return to P. P." re- placed. She says she prefers the role of producer to that of actress. ab'e to see UK programs. Making possible this cover- A site on the eastern shore, of human and animal re- of Lake Rudolph in Kenya! actions to total darkness in the will be the origination point for afternoon (4 p.m. Kenya time) the NBC News coverage. NBC j will be a low-light-level tclevi- N e w s correspondents John sion camera which can Chancellor and Jack Perkins will report from that location, the site of the major American scientific effort. Some 80 Uni- ted States scientists will be duce pictures in near nro- ,-k- ness down to starlight T_.-sL RCA developed the camera, and this will be its first use for a nou-military purpose. Western stars in special Western stars Roy Rogers and Dale Evans are special guests of evangelist Oral Roberts on "Song of Freedom" to be airod June 28 at 10 p.m. on Channel 13. Itm it the last show of the quarterly series. ;