Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1970 Man Threatened By Technology? On Thursday October 29, p.m. on Channel 13 CTV's d o c u m e n tary series Here Come The Seventies pre- sents Geopolitics: Shapes Things To Come, a look at the kind of world that awaits man in the future. Are we in control of our own destiny? Or do we merely react to events? Can we learn to adapt to and live with con- stant change? What are the re- lations between one man's life and his place on the globe? These are just some of the questions re must face and try to answer if we are to survive the twentieth century. The world is changing more rapid- ly than ever before. Technol- ogy, once the tool ol man, now threatens to control us. For an insight into where we are Geopolitics talks with economist and futurist Robert Heilbronner. Heilbron- ner, author of "The Future As begins with "the most basic question can Man sur- vive? Also appearing on the pro- gram is Arnold Toynbee, one of our civilization's most prom- inent historians who discusses some of the forces he considers will determine the map of the including tion; technology; violence. overpopula- China and LIFELONG INTEREST June Locfchart, who plays Dr. Janet Craig on television's Pet- ticoat Junction, says she has had a lifelong interest in medi- cine, "beginning at the age of 12 when I had a crush on our fam- ily doctor." Artist's Travels ToWestFeaturec In Series Return CBC-TV's Man at the Cente series returns to the networ Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 9 p.m with a one-hour color film on the 19th century Canadi: artist Paul Kane, who traveller across the Canadian West the 1840s painting the Indians and the wilderness habitat h found them in. When Kane made his Ion and lonely journeys with brus and pen, the West was a vas and primitive place of beaut populated almost entirely b the Indian, and as yet untouch ed by the technological trap pings of civilization. In Kane' work of more than 100 oils anc 600 sketches, we now have priceless heritage on canva and paper of what our land ami its inhabitants once were Jike. Thursday, October 29 CZ) Our Town B Another World My Children Qeyton Place CD Beat the Clock B As the World Turns Mornings-Monday thru Friday Color white I I Mornings Our World Farm News News I Thought for the Day National News j Salute to Agriculture I Today Show I Capt. Kangaroo Jniversity of the Air I Wynne's Pad I Today in Montana Morning News I Dinah's Place I Miss Helen Sand Box j Jack La Lanne I Mr. Dressup I Concentration I Sale of the Cen'ury Sesame Street Family Affair TEA Parlons .Francais Galloping Gourmet B Hollywood Squares <0 Wide Whirl of Fashion O Jeopardy Alberta. Schools Audrey _ This Week O) A World Apart Friendly Giant Who, What, Where Game CB The Best of Berton (7) ChezHelene (g) News C7) Our Town Anotnei World AH My Children __ Peyton Place SB Beat the Clock __ World Turns Ol Make a-Deal Friday, October 30 w (7) Our Town g Another World All My Children 03) Peyton Place JB Beat the Clock As the World Turns I Lets Make a Dea! Afternoon B Children's Hour B Days of Our lives ID Newlywed Game IB Lucy Show Buckshot B Doctors Q) News CB Movie: Fancy Pants B Movie: Three Hats for Lisa B Anocncr World City Secret Storm Edge ol Night One Life ID Words and Music B Gomer Pyle B Mike Douglas CQ) Love Is A Many Splendored Thing IB Famous Jury Trials (7) TaXe Thirty QB Genera] Hospital IB Another World 03 Trouble with Tracy ID Dark Shadows B Edge Night O Galloping Gourmet Hillbillies J That Girl CB Bewitched I (7) Drop In B Cronkite News ID Bewitched VjV i< 03 Wynne's Pad B Hillbillies News'. Dating Game __ Flintstones (T) Teleprobe 7 Doris Day News From the Sidelines Evening B Movie: So Big B News 09 Brady Bunch fCome Together Newa Head Master Movie: The House that Wouldn't Die CB Andy Williams B Movie: Warning Shot (Z) Trudeau's Visit .to Mascow B Lacgh-In Marcus Welby MD _ Mowe: Berlin Persuit B Tommy Hunter Ironside __ Tom Jones OD F.B.I. gNews News g Hawaii Five-O Johnny Carson ID The Immortal fi News CB News B News CB News ID Dick Cavett (7] Movie: Red River 03 Movie: The Last Adventure CB In Conversation i CD Lets Mako a Deal Afternoon (7} Children's Hour B Days ot Our Lives ID Newlywed Game CB Lucy Show CB Buckshot gThe Doctors News [7) Movie: Baising the Wind B Anouier World City (D Secret Storm IB Movie: When Worlds Collide One Life Q Edge of Night B Gomer Pyle ffl Words and Music B Mike Douglas ffl Love is a Many Splendored Thing CB Famous Jury Trials 03 Another World STake 30 General Hospital CB Trouble with Tracy ID Dark Shadows B Edge of Night B Galloping Gourmet B Hillbillies ID That Girl CB Bewitched B Banana Splits B Cronkite News ID Bewitched CB Wynne's Pad B Hillbillies B News Q) Dating Game CB Flintstones [7} Teleprobe 7 B Family Affair ID News CRT) Dick Van Dyke B Movie: Big Country Pt. 2 B News CD Nancy CB Love American Style CB News Ci Here's Lucy CD High Chaparral CB Family Atfair B Movie: Heaven With A Gun IB Medical Centre CD Bewitched B The Interns ID Barefoot in tile Park CB Dean Martin CD Odd Couple CZI Movie: Cincinatti Kid Martin Jim Nabors Here Come the Seventies CB Mannix News ID Matt Lincoln B Tonight Show (T) News CB News (T: Teleprobe 7 CB News m Dick Cavett O Movie: Sniral Staircase CB Movie: Call Me Mister CB In Conversation Tension-Breaking Spree Produced By Students Reach For The Top, the CBC-TV game show for think- ers, usually gives competing high school students the chance to top each other in recalling and expressing their fund ol general information. Following a strenuous play- off game in Edmonton re- cently, the students reacted with a tension-breaking spree as they took over the CBC- TV Edmonton sbudios with material written by their own talented group, and did in- deed produce their own sa- tire which they dubbed Reach For The Bottom OR Reach For The Topless. Replete with special origin- al spoofs on commercials, show music rendered on kazoos, and hilarious team competition gags, the Edmon- ton kids came up with a show that proved so worthy, in a comedy sense, that executive producer Sandy Stewart chose to show it on Ttoanfcs- giving Day on GBC television. The zaoey production was totally unrehearsed and burst- ing with spontaneity and fun. 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