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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 No legal provisions to prohibit bugging Jack McGaw and his documentary team have tackled and brought enlightenment and information on some of the most intriguing subjects in our minds today. A CTV Hear No See No Speak No telecasting June investigates industrial eavesdropping and the multiple invasions of privacy that have become public since the advent of Watergate. This episode has won two major awards since the time of its first airing. At the 14th International Television Festival of it received the Golden Nymph and the Roland Michener Award for meritorious journalism. To gauge what the privacy threshold is in the Inquiry team conducted a national telephone survey to uncover the sorts of information people don't mind others knowing. You will have a chance to find out what your neighbour thinks you should know about him his marital credit his health and sexual habits. There are all sorts of information available. The CTV Inquiry takes a look at who has access to it. Across the country people worry about bugging and police surveillance. There is a wiretapping paranoia. McGaw and his documentary team look into who is doing the tapping. They have also successfully gauged a criterion for discovering whether you really ought to worry about bugging. After receiving Inquiry hired a private investigator to gather personal and background information on a man in the street. A totally confidential sealed envelope is to be presented to this man after the Inquiry team follows how this information became available to the investigator. HAPPINESS HOUR Bobbie welcomes Robert Goulet and Wayne Newton to the June 2 p m. Fun and a 400 Ib. tiger Among the cast of The Swiss Family to be telecast this fall on are a number of strange looking actors kept in a pen near the carpenter's shop in the studio. Among their numbers are all raised in the a donkey and two llamas. These are the animals used for the Swiss family set and the cast and crew have all become familiar with the sights and sounds of the studio farm. At lunch time actress Diana LeBlanc is often seen sharing her lunch with the all of whom she calls by name. With a pat and a gentle word for each when she comes she stops before each of the pens and cheerfully greets them while handing out treats As she moved down the line of peering necks and faces one of the llamas disdainfully arched her neck away from Diana as she offered a snack. The llama's penmate had no such compunction and greedily chewed away at the goody before the other could change its mind. Visiting the sets from time to time are a number of exotic animals including a a a boa a poisonous diamondback rattlesnake and a four hundred pound tiger that likes to wrestle. They are supplied by Animal Actors and handler Joe Orsatti is pleased that the cast and crew have taken so well to having the animals on the set. had a few incidents that left us said Property Master Gerry Holmes. of them included the 400 pound the playful who was put into a scene with some chickens. He was high spirited on this lunged for the quarter inch plywood box holding the smashing the container. We all gasped at the thought of the tiger going wild but all he did was chase the chickens round the set. He didn't harm a feather on any of them but gave us all a fright. We spent the rest of the morning calming the tiger down before we could get back to The Swiss Family Robinson is a Fremantle of Trident Television co-production in asso- ciation with the CTV Television Network. Executive producers are Arthur CTV Television Network. Executive producers are Arthur CTV's vice enter- tainment and W Vern Furber. 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