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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta A WARM WELCOME AWAITS YOU MARQUIS HOTEL The Lethbrulge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE FREE EXTERIOR CAR WASH WITH ANY PURCHASE OF 3 OR MORE GALLONS OF GAS SUPERSONIC CAR WASH FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1972 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, MARCH TO MARCH 17, Wilderness loss rapped by guide ANDY RUSSELL Irish Rovers Special Last September The Irish .Rovers went back their birthplace, northern Ireland, to film a one-hour special ''The Irish Rovers in to be telecast in color on the CBC-TV network Friday March 17 ol p.m., St. Patrick's Day. The five young i 11 Millar, his brother George and their cousLn Joe Millar, and Jimmy Ferguson and McDowell performed tlicii1 numbers against the backdrop of some of Ireland's loveliest scenery and in seine of l.he pubs of northern Ireland, including (lie Crass Keys and Mary Mc- Do'.iell's pub. The visit took in sitch places as The Giant's Causeway, Carn- lough Harbor, Dunluce Castle, the 13th-century ruins of Bona- margy Friary, Rathlin Island off the oast coast, Ballycoslle, and Slemish Mountain, With the Rovers on this spe- cial are their guests Carmcl, Quinn, Tommy Makcm, Jimmy Kennedy, the Little Gaelic Sing- ers, and the Barren Flora Trio. Andy Russell, one of Canada', best known writer photo- graphers on Canadian wildlife especially the Grizzly bear, 15 our guide for a trip thro igh Grizzly bear country oa CBC- TV's This Land, Wednesday, March 15 at p.m. in color en Channel 7. A former hunter, trapper, bronco buster, and profession- al guide, Andy now devotes most of his time to writing and lecturing. He is a man with deep feelings about his part o( the world, the Grizzly country from his ranch on the outskirts of Watcrton Lakes National Park, up to Alaska, and the creatures that inhabit it. As he explained in his book "Grizzly the Loi i hunter with a deep, abidirg love of pursuit can know too we I the emptiness of killing and share the Grizzly's dismaj at the loss of the wilderness to the bulldozer." He takes up this theme on 11 e program as lie travels on foot and by horse through the feot- hills of the Kocldes, pausing 'here and there to describe the country and wildlife and how both are changing through man's manipulation the en- vironment. lie is also an expert fly-fish- erman and notes changes tak- ing place in the streams of AI- bcrta. chiefly through pollution. Jon Hopkins is the host. Flip and Lily receive Gnunmy nominations NBC-TV stars Flip Wilson (of "The Flip Wilson and Lily Tomlin (of "Rowan and Martin's have received Grammy Award nominations in the Best Comedy Recording cat- egory. Wilson was nnminr.fcd for his album Flip Wilson on the Little David label, and Miss Tomlin was nominated for her Poly- dor album "This Is a Kec- ording." Winners will be ar.noiy.ecd March 14. ROLLIN' ON THE RIVER One of North America's most popular and talented musician-s, Jose Feliciano visits Ken.ny Rogers and The First Edition on Ratlin' On The River, Saturday, March 11, p.m. on the CTV Television Netwcrk. Jose Feliciano special guest 011 riverboat show Saturday, March 11, is a spe-, in the millions and Fe'iciano cial day for viewers of CTV's j appears to have achieved nil his Roitin' On The River. Hosts of I Carly ambitions, this popular variety musical scries, Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, welcome special guest stir Jose Feliciano to Secrets of past bared? Was our earth visited by be- ings from, other worlds hun- dreds and thousans of years ago? This and other questions which apparently hove no an- swers have puzzled man for years. Now one man lias come up with some ideas, and his ideas fcrm the basis for a fas- cinating look at some intrigu- ing possibilities in Chariots The Gods, for telecast on CBC- TV Sunday, March 12 at p.m. The 90 minute color special based on and adapted from the novel of the same name by Erich Von Danikcn. poses some very interesting quest i o n s. What secrets lie buried in th-i Pyramids of Egypt.? did early man move into place cs that weighed hundreds cf tons? Did they have help? was Ihls help cxtra-lerrcs- uat? In cave? and on recks in Mex- eo Chile, Egypt and Iraq there aro drawings of men ard ma- cliines which boar striking re- semblance to the spaceships of today, and to the (suited up) who ride in them. If these drawings are really thousands of years old, what are they drawings of? Arc theso drawings of vehicles and visit- ors from other stars? The evidence on which film is based is all over tha world in California, Mexico, Chile, Peru, Bolivia. Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, and South Af- rica. And it's all put together in Cliariots Of The Gods. Untamed World oil safari in Africa's national parks Not reckle ss BURBANK CNBO Falk. who stars as Lt. Colum- bo on Mystery Mo- vie series, met his future wife in 1952 and married her eight years later. ''I'm not reck- Kays Peter, "I Lo think it over." Kenny's other guests on the show. telecasting from p.m. ovt-r Cl-nnnc] arc Crossley and Diane Heathering-; ton and the Merry gonninds. i Featured guest Jose Feliciano i hardly needs introduction. Sing- inn; in an exotic blend of rock. rhythm and blues, folk and pop, is a immfjer one at- traction wherever he appears. He mwed to New York City from Puerto Him with his fam- ily in A scU" taught guitar! player as well r.s a host of other instruments, Feliciano dropped out of school rt seventeen :md j signed his first reccniing con- i tract. Tluit 'was ten years i Today ho Ls a standing room' only performer. His records sell In just 100 years, man, through a combination of ig- nornnce, greed, carelessness and general lack of conceni. ravaged what was once a rich garden of animals sur- viving comfortably in their nat- ural surroundings. The one area tvhi eJ i h as su f fcred the mas t staggering loss is most legendary and spectacular Itomc of all greaX animals. On Sunday, March 12 at p.m. Ch.innd n. CTT's Un- tamed World travels through Uie National Parks, and reserves of Africa where today moiv half of nli the, wildlife on the continent sur- vives. Untamed World's visit to same of the Nations! Parks and game sanctuaries In Africa prrv a glimpse of 'J'.e n'.aiiy and j dividuals are doing to help pro- serve what remains of ttx> once magnificent herds of wikllile. 90-minule color film Uie week's activities at Canadian C u r 1 i n Champioiisliiiw will IK telecast over channel 7 at p.m., Sunday, March 12. The mentary is by current world champion. Don Duguid. m SJMPSONS-SEARS RECORD OF THE WEEK THE BELLS "LOVE, LUCK N' LOLLIPOPS" Reg. 5.75 3 .99 POLYDOR LABEL Record Dcpt. STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 a.m. to p.m. Thundoy anJ Friday a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Village. Telephone 328-9231. ;