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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The LetKbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Tegs Drive In FOR PICKUP ORDERS Phone 328-5405 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1971 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 TO SEPTEMBER 10, 1771 4Ollier America' series YN SEARCH of adventure! Seven young Camadian. film makers flying an ex-World War II C-17 transport plane set out a strong desire to see Hie world ami experience it on their own tei-ms. On Thursday, September 9, p.m., the CTV Televi- sion Network presents the first film chronicle of tire crew of the Flight Of Arctic 7. Titled To The Other America, this sixty minute color special fol- lows the seven as they fly tlieir O47, miles throughout South America. Tlic groirp flies Us piano into Che high Amlos to Quito, Kcna- dor, foot above sea level. Hero they have planned t o meet a retired South American bullfighter v.'ho promises to give them, a map showing the location of an airstrip deep in the jungles and a place where they cam film primitive jungle Indians. Before they are given the map, they must socialize. The bullf igl i ter ins is ts they Special in store Starting this month, CTV will be presenting many exciting television specials. Among those to be seen arc episodes in the CTV produced series, The Flight of'Arctic 7 the film adventures of a group of young Canadian film makers who are flying around the world in an old wartime C-47 transport plane. Other specials in the new season include the return of two popular favorites: The Undersea World of Jacques Coustcau and The National Geo- graphic specials. Cousl can's first program to be telecast in late ScptcmlxM-. tells story ot Tito Unsinkable Sea Otter. The two National Geographic progra ms look at Mo ukey s, Apes and Man and will be shown in mid-October and die second, Lost Tribes of Min- danas will be telecast in lare November, Mid-October Ls also the time when CTV will Fro- sent another episode in its award winning series The Hu- man Journey. The specials planned for the Christmas season have not yet been announced. joumey to his ranch feet high in the mountains. At his ranch Lhe man trains young bulls before they are sent down Cor the bullfights. Three days, much food, many drinks and a great deal of socializing later, they are given the map drawn on a paper napkin! En route to the jungle strip one of the C-47's engines breaks down. Almost miraculously fche engine comes to life just prior to landing. The runway bnrelv takes the plane, the temper i ture in the shade is 107 dcsreo-s and its New Year's Eve! To The Other America shows tiie vivid contrasts of rrjoclern South America. We see film of the continent's poor aiiid elite, stark boauty of Brazilia and tlw magnificent ruin.1; of the once great Inca civilization. Jerry Lewis telethon on Sunday Jerry Lewis will launch his 10th fund-raising telethon tor muscular dystrophy on Sunday. Sept. 5 over Channel 9 Great Falls at p.m. The 20 hour program will feature such celebrities as Steve Allen, Joan Crawford, Sammy Davis Jr., Mike Doug- las, David Hartman, Van John- son. Joe Frazter, Johnny Uni- tas, O. J. Simpson, Jack Nick- laus, Ted Williams and many others. Gale Gordon busy actor HOLLYWOD Gale Gordon of Here's Lucy was ra- dio leading man for IrcMe Rich ami jVtary Fickford and appear- ed ia support of Jimmy Duran- E. Brown, Jack I In by ;nvi DtMinU Day. Judy LaMnrsh panel guest Guest panelist on This is the Law Monday Sept G at p.m. on Channel 7 is Judy La- Marsh, former cabinet minister in the Pearson government and a practising lawyer in her own right. The legal expert on this segment is Clive Bynoc, Q.C.. who decides it's illegal to store snowballs in your refrigerator. TURN ON WITH JESUS CTV examines the growing phenomenon known as tlia Jesus People, to be telecast on Sunday, September 5, p.m. over Channel 13. Today more and more young folk arc turning to the religion of Christianity in order 10 find hope and salvation from a world They consider materialistic and hypoo itical. Jesus Freaks examined "I wasn't hooked, I was just flipped out and the last person I turned to was Jesus Christ. 1 prayed and He saved A man. He dropped out, ran away and turned on but didn't find his truth. Today he is shar- ing an experience with thou- sands of other young people. He has turned on with Jesus. On Sunday September 5, p.m.. the CTV Television Network pre.scni's Turn On With Jesus, a special examination of the growing movement among young people to turn to Chris- tianity as a way of finding out truth." The CTV film crow journeyed down to Tony and Susan's Al- an1 o Pound at ion sil- II ciilsuK1 Los Angoles in California. Some 350 young peo- ple aged from 14 to 25 live on this 160 acre commune. They have renounced all wordly pos- sessions and any welfare pay- ments they might receive arc passed on Lo Tony and Susan. This commune started just over '-2 years ago in Holly weed prior to moving to its present setting. A Toronto psychiatrist is also infcrviewtd in an at tempi TO explain tlio phenomenon of the Jodiis Freaks. Turn Chi With sus also talks to a leading member of t h e Presbyterian Church Li Canada who is watelling this movement, Mike Landon but loses liis Mike London's predilection for work as an actor- wri tor- director on Television Net- work's which be- gins its 13lh season in Septem- ber, has pained him fame and fortune bui cosl him his golf game-. ''I jus; clou'! have liie lime laments who .ns ho any- lilci'iala-s v a passion lo exccl. "Any 18-hole round of golf has got to Lnke from four to five hours mid that's re- latively uncrowdcd conditions. By the time you gel up in the morning, have breakfast, pet to the course, take a shower after the game and maybe do a little lying with llio boys about your piny, you have tlio better part of I ho dny. I could prob- ably do thai (nice in wMlo ai'd not bcgriulao the tune, but in order to piay at all vvell. anymore. liin.q 'ng that lliey miaht understand why Tcny and crr.i at- ract ynurg but the es- .rx.blisl-.L'd churches camint. wins success golf game 5-011 to get out at thi-ep times a vvcc-k. And mo. there is just no j So several iro-illis as'o. Miles i packed clubs and spikes to uv lonnis .nnd now lie's ranked .ininng bost in still game." --i-ui ns Fnr as I'r.i i izreaL- (development o[ pl'.vsical and mental co-ordinril.-n ard com- petitive challenge. 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