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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE Burger Boron Phono 328-4717 FOR PICKUP ORDERS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1971 Arctic white paper Canada's vast Arctic ... its abundant, colorful wildlife . . . its hardy, industrious people . and its much-coveted pool of virtually untapped riches and resources, are the subjects of the second of CBC television's two-hour White Paper documentaries. The color program. The Living Arctic, will be telecast Wednesday, March 3 from 8 to 10 p.m. on the CBC network with Bob Evans of the CBC news service as host-reporter. Award - winning producer James Murray (Galapagos, The Nature of Things) is executive producer of this CBC, White Paper. Murray led film crews throughout the Far North three times last year: in the spring and early summer, the early fall, and mid-November. They ranged from the High Arctic islands to the Hudson Bay region to the Mackenzie Delta, shooting thousands of feet of color film for the 120-minute documentary. Approximately the first hour of the program is an exciting photographic panorama of the colorful flora and the teeming, exotic wildlife so much in evidence in the Arctic during the all - too - brief spring, summer and fall seasons. The second part focuses on the people of the Arctic and on its increasingly sought-after natural resources. It assesses the impact of industrial development on the Eskimo and looks at both points of view in the debate raging between the conservationists and ecologists who urge caution in the development of the Arctic, and the business interests which are eager to exploit this virgin frontier of gas, oil and other resources. Shown in their natural habitat are such creatures of the north as the Arctic hare, the snowy owl, caribou, the snow goose, the Arctic tern (whose migratory pattern takes it from the Arctic to the Antarctic), whales, Arctic foxes, snow geese, the lemming (which,, like many Arctic animals changes from white in the winter to the color of surrounding foliage in the summer) and myriad species of waterfowl. Particularly striking are se-j quences showing polar bears! lazing around in high grass attempting to keep cool. I LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27 TO FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1971 CHIEF DAN GEORGE - In Pokey/an episode of CBC-TV's The Manipulators, award-winning Indian actor Chief Dan George guest stars as Moses, an elder of the reser-vation who pressures his foster son to shun the white man's ways. In the film drama, for telecast Dan shares billing with Len George, his youngest son, who plays the title role. The chief recently won best supporting actor award presented by New York film critics for his role in the Arthur Pertn feature film. Little Big Man. He has also been nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actor. Take 30 on tour of Canada Beginning MonrJav, March 1. CBC-TV's Take 30 begins a series of five visits to some of the world's most beauteous and fascinating recreation and amusement areas - in, of all places, Canada. The programs, to be seen Mondays at 3 p.m. until March 29, contain travel tips and useful bits of knowledge built up from personal experiences of the Take 30 crew who travelled across Canada to film the series, but the most important aspect is entertainment. The first show, March 1, takes viewers to Upoer Canada Village, near Cornwall, Ont. The March 8 program visits the Edmonton area, specifically the Alberta Game Farm and Storyland Zoo. On March 15, Point Pelee National Park and the Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary are seen at first hand. Top TV billing for chief and son Voted "best supporting actor" by the New York film critics, for his role in the Arthur Perm film Little Big Man, Chief Dan George shares guest star billing with his youngest son, Len George, in an upcoming episode of CBC-TV's The Manipulators series filmed in Vancouver. Chief Dan is a veteran of many CBC-TV dramas shot on the West Coast, from the Cariboo Country series of the early sixties to How to Break a Quarter Horse in the Festival series. Earlier this season, he was seen on the network as i a narrator in Peter Kelly's film documentary on the 300 years of the Canadian fur trade: The Magnificent Gift. The episode in which be and his son guest star in The Manipulators is Pokey, for telecast Sunday, Feb. 28, at 9 p.m. (in color), and Len George plays the title role of an alienated Indian youth. Chief Dan is seen as Moses, an elder on the reservation, who represents to Pokey all the pride and tradition of his Indian heritage. Pokey provides Len George with his first major role in network television drama. On a recent visit to Toronto, Chief Dan George had the local press reaching for superlatives to describe toe man's dignity and charisma, and it's the same story wherever he goes. On talks shows, whether it's Cavett or CBC's Elwood Glover, be commands rapt attention from participants and audiences alike as he answers the interviewer's questions in quiet, measured tones. Now 71, an honorary chief of TOP BILLING (Concluded on Page 4) Just what makes good marriage? What makes a good marriage? A simple question but an almost unanswerable one. Experts agree that certain factors-common background, common interests - will statistically ensure a more successful marriage but not necessarily. Today is the. most marrying time in all history, more than 90 per cent of all the people alive today are married or will marry. Radical changes in social economics and social morality are producing almost revolutionary changes in the old concept of marriage. Contract marriages, trial marriages, collective marriages are each predicted for the future. Yet still, the experts, the married and those about to marry wonder: What makes a good marriage? FINAL CLEARANCE SKIS.................... 30 to 50% OFF! HOCKEY STICKS ............ HALF PRICE! SKI BOOTS and PRESSES......30% OFF! HOCKEY EQUIPMENT____25 to 50% OFF! CONVENIENT TERMS! OPEN TILL 9 P.M. THURS. and FRI. NIGHTS! m DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave. S Phone 327-5767 ;