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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta READ THE LETHBRtDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST RUSAl CIRCULATION The lethbrtdge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Washing, Drying, Dry Cleaning Phone 328-8944 3 Ave. 12 Si. BS. Attended Mon. thru Fri. FRIDAY, JUNc 79, 1973 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, JUNE 30 TO FRIDAY, JULY 6 CBC ivins award from muscans TORONTO (CBC) The Ca- nadian Broadcasting Corpora- tion has received an award from the American Federation of Musicians union at its 76th anniversary convsntion in Tor- onto. Receiving the award on behalf of the Corporation was Lister Sinclair, executive vice- president. The award is a hand-written scroll, framed in gold and mounted on rod velvet. It reads: "This presentation is conferred upon the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation by the men and women of the Am- erican Federation of Musicians of the United Slates and Can. ada in recognition of the Cor- continuous utilization of fine music and its apprecia- tion of the artists who perform it. Presented at the anni- versary convention of AFM, Toronto. Ontario, Conada, It is sirned by C. Davis, International President of the AFM. Reptiles and Amphibians A National Geographic Society Special: Reptiles and Amphibians, be telecast Sunday, July 1 at p.m. on Channel 13. Alienated from the higher animals that rule the earth, reptiles and amphibians have survived for Sequences filmed around the world hundreds of millions of years. Their everyday lives and battles for survival are seen in sequences filmed on loca- tion around the world. Prehistoric world of reptiles Lizards that fly from tree to tree, ten-foot long man-eating dragons, venomous snakes that live in the ocean, and the leg- endary Loch Ness monster these are some of the strange creatures observed in "Reptiles and a National (Geographic Society Snecial to be telecast on the CTV Tele- vision Network, Sunday, July 1 at p.m. on channel 13. The program is telecast in color and is narrated by Joseph Campan- ella. The special emphasizes how many of the world's repti'.es and amphibians have survived for hundreds of millions of years as a life form alienated from the higher animals that rule the earth. The everyday lives and battles for survival of these creatures are seen in Squares' regular Paul Lynde' s wry retorts BURBANK (NBC) Official- ly, NBC-TV's "The Hollywood Squares" is a game show in- volving the elements familiar to the game-show syndrome competing contestants, ques- tions being asked, many or other prizes being won. But any "Squares" viewer would also instinctively add the element of comedy as one which accounts in no small measure for the program's popularity. Paul Lynde. one of the show's regulars, contributes Ins own fair share, and then some, to the comedy content. The sharp Lynde wit is continuously brought to bear on the wide range of questions posed by host Peter Mai shall. Viewers have come to e-cpeet a comical first respon.se from Paul be- fore he makes a serious at- tempt to come up with an an- swer. Here, from colorcasts of "The Hollywood is a sampling of questions direct- ed at Paul Lynde and the first responses thev elicited: PETER: "Out of every 10 people audited by Internal Rev- enue, how many end up paying more Like a bum! Raymond Burr started pro- duction for the f 01 Incoming seventh season of NBC-TV's "Ironside" with a three-day growth of beard and looking tike a bum That's the way his cl -acler, Chief Ironside, want- ed to look to catch a crook. Successful reunion Richard Boone played a role in Jack Webb's "Dragnet" fea- ture film, which preceded the long-running TV spries. Now, Boone is star of NBC-TV's "Hec Ramsey" series and Webb is executive producer a suc- cessful reunion. PAUL: "Eleven." PETER: "If you have one it's a moose, if you have two what is PAUL: "It's a mess." PETER: "Most people have at least one small one in their homes and sometimes two or three but the largest one in the world is in New Jersey. The largest PAUL: "Cockroach." PETER: "After a bill sits on the President's desk for 10 days what happens to PAUL: "Spiro pays for it." PETER: "Your elephant is purring. Does that mean he's PAUL: "He should be, he just ate my cat." PETER: According to Doris Day, there are two things a person never forgets; one is riding a bicycle, what is the PAUL: "Food poisoning." PETER: "According to the World Book, what is the aver- age person in Spain doing be- tween 10 p.m. and PAUL: "Killing flies." sequences filmed on location in the deserts of the United States, the waters of Australia, the jungles of Southeast Asia, the tropical beaches of Costa Rica and the reefs of the Galapagos and East Inclian Islands. There's a look at the more common reptiles and amphi- bians such as frogs, toads, tor- toises, snakes, salamanders and iguanas in their natural envir- onments around the world. "Reptiles and Amphibftns" traces the history of these cold- blooded creatures back some 250 million years and relates them to their contemporaries, which are, for the most part, miniature replicas from the prehistoric periods. The program also recalls the great age of the dinosaurs ami details how difficult it is for a lower life form to exist sou survive in a world dominated by higher animals. Once press agent Nancy Kulp, newly signet star of NBC-TV's "The Brian Keith started out, as a press relations representative "We called them plain old press agents says Nancy. PATIENCE BASIC NECESSITY "Patience" is the basic ne- cessity for teaching acting, says NBC-TV's "Hec Ramsey" star Richard Boone, who teach- es drama to eager amateurs three days a week at Flagler College, St. Augustine, Fla. Two veleraii comedians are signed BURBANK (NBC) Veteran comedians Ben Blue and Heib- ie Faye, whose combined sxiow business careen span irore than a century, have been ed as creative consultants for NBC Television Network's new fall series "NBC Fcl'.'ss." Producer-director Bob Wvnn, who staged the "NBC Follies" special last February, has also acquired five volumes of dary blackouts and skits, which will be modernized to fit the swift-moving, big-show format. Blue has been in show busi- ness more than 50 years. He starred in the famed Ziegfeld Follies and headlined George White Revue on Brc id- way before moving to Holly- wood and movie comedies. Faye began his career in burlesque in 1919 and was fea- tured for more than 20 years on the Keith vaudeville circuit as the leader of "Herbie Faye and Co." actor-writer Walter Kocnig, who starred on the original "Star Trek" se- ries, now be known as an actor-writer. He's writing a script the new animated "Star Trek" series, which will be part of NBC-TV's Saturday morning schedule this fall. Decides on 6J.D9 J. D. Cannon, plays Chief Clifford on NBC-TV's was born Jack Cannon. He says that when he went into acting, Ijowever, he found that name was already used in some form or another, so be decided on J. D. ;