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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta TO THE WILD COUNTRY In ihe thi'd of five specials in ihc? scries To The Wild Cc'jnlry, John and Janet Rosier explore The Other Newfoundland, on CBC-TV, Sunday, Jan 23 at 7 p.m. This beautiful color film discovers Ihe itMjminrj wildlife to bi-> found in arc-as of Newfoundland rarely visilod by lourisls, and iliu spuclacular scenery of Ihe rugged coastline. One of ihe many fjords carved into the lonrj Runrjf; Mountains of ihe west coasT is Western Brook Pond (above) in Gros Morne National Park. Moors, mountains, fjords ami fThe Other Newfoundland' Moors and mountains remin- iscent of Scotland, fjords rcm- inseent of Norway panoram- as of The Other Newfoundland arc explored hy John and Janet Footer in the third CBC-TV special in tho series To The Wild Country, for tolecnM; Sun- day, January 20, at 7 p.m. Host-narrator is Lome Greene. In their journeys boat. and plane last June, Ihe I' discovered the lemming vvildlifc of The Olhnr Nr-wround- land, in areas seldom visited ny man: the fmurrcR, puffins, razor auks, and :Jir (.spotted sandpipers, wil- low ptarmignns, fox sparrows, to- throated sparrows, nnd os p rcy tho mammals r moose, woodland carihmi. Arc- tic hare, and pine martens j; nnd a variety flora that hloom on the wind swept tundra. Janet Foster their foray to Brunette Island (off UKJ south coast) In search of Arctic hare.1. "We were flown in, and except for the people of tlic Newfoundland Wildlife Ser- vice, were the only ones there. We intended lo spend a clay and a night, hut were fogfxnmd, and stayed three days.'' They lived in a tent, and de- the halmy days of .lum; "it got chilly at night." After tlirec days, Llic Fosters were off Ihe Island hy a fishing vessel. Ifindrd ;it a village, and rlrovn nil hark lo SI i John's, arriving Til II Jancl. "After 1 slet-p, v.c look off in a HIT rules phuie, look in j; ice- Tito I'.S. Coast operates Ihis icchfTg air pa- trol, on [H'hnlf of J4 different nTitions using 1he Atlantic ping lanes this arrangement was a result of the Kinking of Hie Titanic." From the, air, the Forlers fields of ice, drifting from the JANUARY STOCK CLEARANCE INDOOR CARPET Gold, green, rusl. Excellrnl for ru bcurmrnl Your choico SHAG O.M V. KITCHEN CARPET 10 f HEAVY CONTRACT CARPET SHORT SHAG f.n Ir.i.C', so, D. Z.99 SO YD 7.95 ,0 ro6.95 10 rn8.95 OQ, ro.9.95 t'.': ji tlrr'pr.ry '.nnipfr hcivr; cin CONTRACTORS and HOUSE BU5LDERS Wn off'-r of Ccirpet, Linoleum, Tile and Drapery in Mnll )3fh Si. crnd 5lh Avo. N., LclhbntlgD Plionn 328-8549 Oul of Town Cull Cal'.ccl Arclie In flic a de.iith off the rocky sliorer, (if Newrmrndlarul. "Ak'.'iin, we rfin lnU> fotf "hut. we rlirl loculr a iceliere; in (.he flay dr.- Verde f which loads inlo Conception Flay, off Iho iia.'it eriiisl, rmrlh (if St. We tli'DVD to tho the nexl. day, tlwri bonrdt'd a and IrTinKPfMTcti lo n dory wilh a rruilor dial way, wt' roultt j'.vl ouitr1 lo Ihe aniuiid il." The (ii.-.cuiis of Din iiwc- h'llll1 olor film foo.'.l 'tacular cl. "'flu; wall.s were IT.d TceL ISird.'i, living alonf; ils ridf'cs, circled Tihnve. Th( Hie irclK'rf; were ln-aii lifnl, lihe .sculptured porcelain. Tlie Ihrei1 CK ploration nl The (II Inn- New foui (llrinil [ink Mieiii lo Ihe wilds of (Jrns Morne Nnl.ional I'.-irli, wilh its Iceininr: sea hud nandy rocliv lidal jxiols, and llowcrijij; lirndrri and Arming Ihe irniTien.'.f', inf.; rjoj IhnL carve their way inlo the Mountain! (on Ihe one nf Ih in" r. Ihe fjord al Hi doll I'on.l. ils wall-, iruii: OIMI terl mil. of Mir On Ihe Unrulier River, '.uliiiinl the cur- i''iil'. and cliiirniiil1, I ajiid1; As .'olin and ,'ancl. l-'oMler'li cloud.': '.r liirrl-; lake lo Hie over Ilirir lir-.-nlir. A.': l.hey v..-i aeio.'.s luiidra, Itir-v lun'e l( can-fully lo a'.ioid (he of lljrd.'l in Llleir rie.'.l.'i. Sebastian Cabot keeps for role in Disney l Irad'.'inai U i'l his iM'ard which Ivu has for nearly yoars, fi-jci-ificinj; i! inly once, at Hit: o[ Walt Jjisuey for- a rule in "Jolmiiy "JYcinain." cif laic lii.11 braid iaH .spared as IK: lias Ixvn lieni'd nnd not in many IJisncy TV Kliow.s and animaU'tt l''or Wall. Ili.saey's inn- al (iliirnatcd cahdon, "'J'h Sword in Ilio CalMjl not only acLs a.s najralor, hut he alMi doulik'S IIK the i-oice of Sir ICctor, Mr-' lihi.'ilcimi1, thw of Wart, Ilic yoiilh destined to In-come the AH.hiir. Oaliol, the son of n London iliiiluKi-aplirr, ullended SL An- ;tlHtine S c ti (i 0 I in lie rcinemlKir.s tliat. exc'elled 1.1 science n n i) in a t h e m iie hi .J. place on t'i- leuiri. Jle cai-nr-.-i oil! in I. after n ontri a.s an e H. When h- penchant ;I.IM nleelw, ]KI' ;J... ar-y iirl.s pursued hi a y Die prrr. in. ari and radio a- Cahol i'; his rale ef i.-n.-'i. the TV ;-e ie: wilh Hum I. viil, rihle at I H i major r i n hi.s "'dv IM- lo win a :i crit-lict money -l l.-d- cl.ef at he had n rod (U- ;'ic culin- ' fm- in lj Affair." Monday, January 29 m i