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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU AAARQUIS HOTEL The LetWnridgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE HANNIGAN'S 328-4038 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1970 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23 Lions Teach Cubs Nature's legendary king of beasts is the subject of the Untamed World episode, Lions, to be teleca^ on the CTV Television Network on Sunday, October 18, 7:00 - 7:30 p.m. on Channel 13, when we travel to the vast plains of Africa for a look at tiie king of tlie cat family. Because of his superior strength, unyielding courage and intelligence, the lion is treaitfid with the utmost respect by all other oreatures - including man. They are extremely clever animals, subject to individual temperament and character, and their mood can change in a second. On thds pnv gram Untamed World looks at the growth and training of Oxe txibs and life within the pride. A pride usually consists of several females and their cubs accompanied by one or two adult males and a few, older barren females. For the first 18 months of their life, the cubs are unable to fend for themselves and motiheir must feed, groom and protect Otem while fSiey are learning tlie art of survival. FUm shows the cubs learning the lions' signals of communication and watching Che females hunt for food. Lions cannot naturally hunt or kill and they must be taught - an arduous bask for the cubs as tibey musit leam the habits and movemenits of their prey before they can become success-M hunters. Cubs mu^ even leam bow to ieat the dead animal and film shows the immature ciibs as Cbey make their vain efforts to gnaw their way into the carcass, not knowing where to start first. Once, tlie I � o n* s domain ispread throughout India, the Middle Bast and parts of Ein--ope and as far afield as the Balkan Islands but today a mere handful exist outside Africa. Now they are confined almost exclusively to parts of East Africa  . . the last stronghold for the king of beasts. No Relation Anne Archer, daughter of actress Marjorie Lord, will make tier televLsion debut this fall in a role on Hawaii Five-0. Miss Archer's mother, incidentally, is no relation t� Hawaii Five-O Star Jack Lord. CANADA'S WATER RESOURCES - CBC-TVs' Tuesday Nighf series looks at the qu^;-tion of Canada's v/ater resources in relatio n to the United States. Titled Canada's Water -For Sale?, the program (in color) will be telecast on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 10.00 p.m. Upper photo: the Mackenzie River. Lower photo: Dam under consfruct'on on the Columbia River. Canada's Water-For Sale? Does the United States really need Canada's water? What would large scale diversion o� Canada's rivers do to our country politically, economically and ecologically? These and other important questions are asked in CBC-lV's Tuesday Night one-hour color film documentary about Canadian-U.S. water relations, on Tuesday, October 20 at 10 p.m. on channel 7. It is titled, Canada's Water - For Sale? Through interviews with politicians and resource experts and film shot on many locations throughout North Ameri- ca, the program offers facts and opinion about the problems of water distribution on the North American contuient. It is written, produced and directed by Dick Bocldng at CBC Vancouver. Water, or the lack of it in many areas of tlie world, has alwaj's been the source of bitter dispute. Canada has plenty of fresh water - just look at a map; all those migjity rivers and multitude of lakes. But most people look at a map of North America from a vertical perspective and tend to think that all that water in tlie nortli- era part of the continent eventually flows south. Not true, says this documentary. Most of Canada's gi-eat rivers either flow nortli or do not cross the 49tli parallel. The Columbia is one big exception - a river whicii crosses from British Columbia, flows through the states of Wasliington and Oregon then empties into the sea at Astoria. Oregon. It empties 186,000,000 acre feet (one acre foot equals one acre of water CANADA'S Concluded on Page 2 Farm Boy At Heart TORONTO (CP) - Ee's had 34 hectic years in show busi-n e s s, but actor-satuist-play-%vright Dm Harron is really a country boy at heart. "Maybe I'm really Charlla Farquharson," he said of tha country comic he created for Spring" Thaw 1950, and now seen on television's Hce Haw show. "Now I'm reading coimtry almanacs," Harron added. "I'm going to buiW a house in the countiy five miles from whenj my mother was born." But Harron, 45. who marrie-i singer Catlierine McKuuion last year, isn't finished with the entertainment world yet. Soma day he'd like to do a concert tour with his wife-she'd smg and he'd provide the satue. Meanwhile, he still haa farmer Cliarlie, who has kept has income in the $30,000-a-year range. "I adore Hee Haw. I love digging up material for it and I love to sneak in the names of my friends. ''I'm the "arpetbagger frotu the North. ..." , TORONTO IS FRUMPY Charlie is a direct steal from the Ontario farmers for whom Harron worked whea he wa:j young. "The farmer mi^ht be a ro-fleotion of myself," he said. "I guess I'm not going to make it as a sophistocate. Toronto in still a frumpj' town and I lova it- "It's a kind of town uliich has its slip showing." Harron, who lived outside ot Canada from 1956 to 1967, mainly plajing on Broadway, presented a brief to the Canadian Radio-Television Commission hearings in Ottawa when the commission was discussing, among other tilings, how much Canadian content there should be in CBC programs. Said Harron: "I still make most of my living outside the countn,-, but I'va been there and I don't want to go back permanently. I did more for CBC when I was in Hollywood than I do now that I'm living in Toronto." STILL ACTIVE Cliet Huntley is supposedly r^>-tired from newscasting but hiii five-minute commentary o a radio and television now is carried in more than 100 cities. Keep Your Home Springtime Fresh This Winter! DELUXE PORTABLE  New Aqua-Ring Humidit/ Outpu? System  Contemporary Furniture Styling  Draft Free Tap Discharge  2 Speed Rotary Switch Control  Automatic Humidistat Control  V/ater Level Indicator  Automatic Shut-off and refill Indicator Light Moke this winter the most comforrabU. most livable yet. End the dryness of it all with this beautiFu! new Air King humidifier that distributes up to 11 gallons of moisture throughout your house every 24 hours. It's efficient enough to restore your entire home fo spring-Iika freshness-automatically. Ye? so quiet, you'll hardi,.-know it's on. Just fill it with v/ater, set it, and forget if. \ 1 gallon deluxe portable. As illustrated .......... Othpr Models as !ow as .95 NORTH LETHBRIDGE - DOVvtNTOWN 606-603 3rd Ave, 5. Phone 327-5767 324 T3�h Street N. ;