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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, 5EPTEM8R 10, 1971 BBC turns do'wii children's snow Sesame Street dangerous? LONDON (AP) Street, the American chil- dren's television program that has been transla ted and shown in 46 countries, has been turned down by tire Brit- ish Broadcasting Corp. as Don-democratic and possibly dangerous for little Britons. The BBC's children's pro- gram chief, Monica Sims, said the network was worried by what she called the American show's attempt to change chil- dren's sounds lite indoctrination, and a dan- gerous extension of the use of television." Britain's other TV establish- ment, independent Television I or ITV, has decided to go i ahead and show Sesame I Street for 13 weeks starting Sept. 25 on a London station. Harlech Television, an ITV station in Wales, screened 10 chapters of the U.S. show last spring as an experiment. Some adult authorities thought the in New York's East Harlem with a cast of kids and wholesome and funny, but oth- ers condemned parts of it as vulgar and educationally old- fashioned. Miss Sims, announcing that the BBC would not buy the show, told reporters that. she admired many parts of Sesame Street, but she noted that some educationists had criticized it for middle-class attitudes and lack of reality. "I share some of these doubts and I am particularly worried by the program's au- thoritarian she said. "Right n s w e r s are de- manded and pro ised, and a research report refers to the program-makers' aim to change children's behavior." Instead of Sesame Street, she snid, the BBC had bought Uvo other American children's Further Ad- ven lures of Dr. Dolittle and The Harlem Globe-TroltcrS' Canada Wildlife Service in action Thursday, Sept. 16 0 Somerset C0 In Conversation CD An My Children O Mr. Dressup O As the World Turn; tD All About Faces O Friendly Giant CD Lets Make a Deal (T) Chez Helene O Sesame Street CD Pierre Berton 0 Days of Our Lives CD Newlvwed Game CD News IB) TEA 0 The Doctors (73 TEA CD Bewitched 0 Another World Bay City CD Secret Storm CD Beat the Clock E) The Edge of Night fO One Life 1: W Q Movie: Running Wild fj Corner Pyle CD TEA CD Movie: Birds and the Eess O Merv Griffin CD General Hospital ID Three on a Match (23 Our Town fD Dating Game O Man Trap CB Another World S Hillbillies That Girl O Take 30 O Anything You Can Do O Edge of Night a Family Affair Q] Bewitched Friday, Sept. 17 0 Another World Somerset CD In Conversation CD All My Children O Mr. Dressup CD Let's Make a U-j.ii C0 All About Faces O Friendly Giant 0 As the World Turns (7) Chez Helene 0 Days of Our Lives O Pierre Berton O Sesame Street gNewIywed Game Tne Doctors 03) TEA (TT) News Afternoon (T) TEA 0 Another World City ID Secret Storm CD Bewitched 0 The Edge of fD One Life CD Beat the Clock C0 Movie: Anne of the Indies O Movie; No Room For the Groom g Corner Pyle TEA 0 Men- Griffin CD General Hospital CD Three on a Match CD Dating Game O Man Trap (7) Our Town 0 Hillbillies O) That Girl Another World (7) Take 30 CD Anything You Can Do 0 Family Affair CD Bewitched O Edge of Night O Psychiatrist CD Password Q3) Dick Van Dyke 0 News 4.M (23 Drop In 0 News CD News CD Buck Shot 5 00 H Truth or Consequences 0 News CD News CD Flintstones O O'Hara CD Hawaii Five O (73 Teleprobe 7 CD Movie: Once Upon a Dead Man Evening O Movie: Take Her She's Mine O News Q Movie: Terror Ln. the Sky CD Room '222 CD Couple C0 The Partners CD Movie: Once Upon 3 Dead Man CD Love American Style Q Laugh-In 0 Reese Crusade 9 00 O News Q Tommy Hunter Sl'.ow (Ml News O Tonight Snow (jTI Roller Derby C0 FBI (Tj All In The Family (73 Ripcord O News News (73 Teleprobe 7 C0 News CD Movie: Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come O Movie: Moulin Rouge Meet your friends at the Majorette Restaurant The Finest in Chinese Food Western Meals Light Lunches 612 3rd Ave. f. Phone 327-7511 CD :30 IT) O 3D IB tB CD O a IB CZ> CD I CD oo CD CD O :30 CD 00 O Q CD :30 SB :00 O a as L'O CD a CD :00 CB :30 CD :00 (25 CD :20 (23 CD 45 O Psychiatrist Password News News Dick Van Dyke Third Men News News Buck Shot Truth or Consequences Flintstones News News Here's Lucy Gunsmoke Telcprobe 7 Alias Smith and Jones Petticoat Junction Nichols Movie: Haw Edge News First Lady Funny Face Dean Martin Longstreet O'Hara U.S. Treasury Flip Wilson Owen Marshall Dean Maitin Movie: You're a Bog Boy No1.? News News Here Come the 70's Tonight Show Longstreet Bold Ones Dick Cavclt News News Teleprobe 7 News Movie: Shuttered Room David Frost The fascinating and often dramatic slory ol the preserva- tion of wildlife is the subject of a one-hour, color film presenta- tion by the National Film Board. The documentary fol- lows the Canadian Wildlife Ser- vice across Canada as it at- tempts to prevent and in many cases undo the damage done to wildlife and its natural habitat by the encroaching and mov- ing tide of humanity. A buffalo round-up, a polar bear capture for ear tagging, electronic collars for grizzlies and tender transportation of whooping crane eggs are only some of the activities seen on the CBC-TV Network on Sun- day, Sept. 12 at 10 p.m. on Channel 7. The film shows the kinds of activities carried out by the men and women of the Cana- dian Wildlife Service. From Green Island in Newfoundland to Hanes Junction in tlw Yukon there is a constant, dedi- cated watch over wildlife. The shooting got under way in April on a polar bear study in James Bay. and ended in September at Kindersely, Saskatchewan with migrating geese heading south to their wintering grounds. Other sequences show a duck survcy, bighorn sheep, a fish hatchery, the badlands of southern Alberta, the haimt of the prairie falcon, sea birds, geese banding, a look at the fast disappearing grizzly and a reminder of extinct species on this continent. This engrossing and cheering film demonstrates that the in- telligence that once endanger- ed other creatures is now be- ing used effectively to ensure that even the rarest will have a chance to live in health and freedom, and to multiply. Kcir Diillea. Lloyd Boclmer in war drama Keir Dullca heads Ihe all- male cast of Firing Squad, ini- tial presentation on CBC-TV's Sunday at Nino series of hour drama, on Sunday. September 12, at 9 p.m. (in color) on Chan- nel 7. The setting is a Canadian army base in Italy during thi? Second World War. Tlw story was adapted for television by Bruce Martin. Dullea and Lloyd Bochner nre special guest stars in the CEC-TV film production. GLENDALE MONUMENTAL CO. CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA "MEMORIALS AT COUNTRY PRICES" Established 1946 E. H. SNOW, Prop. Phone 235-3053 II II MAGIC-KISS RUG and UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS EXCLUSIVE TEXTURIZING PROCESS Phone 3289313 THE 1972 MODELS HAVE ARRIVED! Plan to Kick Off the Fall TV Season With A 1972 Model Hitachi Color TV from ACME Television in Lethbridge The oil new Hitachi TV features automatic fine tuning, with solid state instant action. Available in cabinet or porlaMes from ACME TELEVISION TWO LOCATIONS College Mall and 535 13th Street North cJ el del del El del ;