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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU HOTEL The LctlibruUje Herald TELEVISION GUIDE TAGS DRIVE-IN FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-5303 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1971 i FIRST AIL-WHITE GORILLA Monkeys, Apes and Man is a film study examining the relationship between alt primates. Through experimentation of non-human pri- mates, man is discovering more about his own behavior end characteristics. Snowflake (above) is the world's first oil white gorilla found on an expedition sponsored by National Geographic. CTV telecasts this Geographic spec- ial on Monday, October 1 1, p.m. Primate world studied by CTV It has or.Iy been that men have ventured into the primate's domain. Each tiire is a pioneering study; each an unparalleled explora- tion into exotic geographic re- gions and previously prim ale behavior. On Monday, Oct. I', rs) to on Channel tK1 CTV Television Network ptv.s.-.-nts Monkeys, Apes ami tho first Na tional Geogra pluc So- ciety Special of this season. (This Special pre-empU Nichols on this Research into of non-human prim ales is rela- tively ne-w, but man has 'toy- ed' wiLh idea of his own origins througlwut recorded his- tory. Scientists thus far have confirmed that the similarities between artd primate are more than superficial. Man is a member of the order that includes monkeys and apes. Tin? National Geographic Society traveled extensively throughout t.h-> world to explore the primates in their natural habitats from Japan to Africa I and to interview those exports i who are most involved with dis- i covering more of the primate world Scientist Jane Van Goodall will be highlighted in this Special. Her work with chimpanzees in Tanzania has greatly furthered man's under- standing of himself and other primates. Experiments con- ducted with chimps, mail's clos- est living relative, under con- ditions resembling that of hu- man society, reveal a harsh re- flect urn OL basic primate na- ture. ghorn TNr nature's complex world there are many habitats in which animals learn to sur- vive. Some are close to being a paradise, others are so un- bearable they pose an incred- ible challenge to the creatures seeking lo live there. Such an environment is the home of the North American Bighorn Sheep. Tito Bighorns are tlie largest and most common of North America's wild sheep and they live among the spectacular panorama of the Moun- tains, ranging from Western Canada dou-n through the United States to Mexico. These mountains are one of nature's most hazardous and forbidding environments. The uppermost peaks of the Rockies are a land of precipitous cliffs and barren shale slopes where what vegetation that grows is sparse and almost inaccessible. To negotiate these slopes the Bighorns have developed a su- perb agility and surefooted- ness. On Sunday. October 10 p.m. on Channel 13, CTV's nature series Untamed World journeys into the Rockies to show the world of the Bighorn Sheep. The program follows the Big- horn tlu'ough the seasons, watching as the sheep prepare for the long winters, cope with the constant harassment by such mountain predators as the golden eagle and mountain lion, and give birth to the young lambs. Spring is the time when the lambs are born. Because of the harshness of their habitat, t h e mortality rate among the young lambs is surprisingly high. The moth- er must remain in a constant state of preparedness to pro- lect tile lambs from the ma- rauding predators. Within an hour of birth the young can :tnnd .ind suckle. A' few days Inter the lambs are able to cat tender young plants that begin to spring up on the mountains and soon they join flock with otlicr ewes and lambs. The cameras also focus on the yearly ritual of the young rams battling for leadership of the bachelor flocks. Rearing on their hind legs, tljey charge each other at full speed, collid- ing with a hone shattering force that can bo heard far GREENLAND EXPLORED The crew of Arctic 7 take us on another adventure as their Journey around the world continues. On their second special The Flipht of Arctic 7: Across The North Atlantic telecasting Tuesday, October 12, p.m., they explore Greenland a country rich In natural beauty yet can only be inhabited by the most hardiest individual. Greenland 'berg barbecne site Having a barbecue on an ice-, 3erg is not everybody's idea of i "un. But for the crow of The' Flight Of Arctic 7. drinking K-ine and roasting marshmal-! lows on a large, cold and dan-1 jerous provMed a haz-' ardour moinon of relaxation during their voyage of iscovery. Across Atlantic is j the second film journal to be presented tlw CTV Televi- sion Network alxjut the adven- tures of seven young enthusias- tic Canadians who are deter- mined to experience the world on their own Telecasting on Tuesday. Oct. 12, to p.m. on Channel 13. Across Tiie North Atlantic chronicles the journey from< Toronto to London. England, I following the route pioneered by the early transatlantic fly-j ers. Using an ex-World War n C-47 transport, tiw five men and two women crew flies first to Goose Bay. LnHr-ador. Prior to the introduction of the big jet passenger planes that make this flight --vlib plontv of re- serve. Bay was a hnsy and important refueiinp .-.-top. From Goose Bay. Arctic 1 flo-.v to of ice- bergs and and then lo Iceland. The seven planned to rtake the last leg of the night from Iceland to Scotland and I hen down to London. But in tlie North Atlantic the weather can change drastically .d.htn hours and the CM7 hr-d to seek out a landing strip on the Faroe Is- lands. Those islands, of Derv mark. are seneu a beauti- ful airstrip built during the war1. DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 Hoyt's is the exclusive disfrif: in tethbn'dg-s for CALIFORNIA CEDAR CHARGEX Con OMK B3GSSR-THAM-EVER SiSCOUNTS! EARLY BIRD SKI SALE! ARLBERG EPOXIGLASS Inslanj- light, no kindling. One log flames 3 Iiours in EACH, ONLY SKIS Mfg. list 69.50 6 B SALE (Sites 190. 29 ,95 nicnf Terms Available or Use Youl Chorgex! Open Tt'l 9 p.m Thuis. ond Fri. Nights EXTRA SPECIAL VALUE! PROVEN KITCHEN APPLIANCES AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC FRY PANS Special, only 7-SUCE AUTOMATIC TOASTER Special, only -HAND MIXETTE (chrome and wh Special, only STEAM OR DRY IRON 34.88 12.88 11.88 11.88 ;