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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta READ... THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 'CHINOOK' SOUTH ALBERTA'S LARGEST RURAL CIRCULATION The Lcthbridgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KINGKOIN LAUNDERETTE Dry Phone 3 Ave. II SI. B. S. Open 24 Hwin Attended Mwi. thru Prl. FRIDAY, MARCH LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. MARCH 16 TO FRIDAY. MARCH 22 CBC traces early days on prairie Of the Prairies, a British immigrant of the 1800s wrote: "There are those who paint it as a paradise, and those who paint it as a hell. It is unfit for habitation It is to be the garden spot of North America. "In reality, what is For many settlers in the region, it was The Promised Land the title of a unique, hour long, historical film account of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to be seen March 18 at 10 p.m. on CBC-TVs Images of Canada. Produced and directed by Carol Myers, with Mia Anderson, Douglas Rain and Jan Rubes narrating off-camera from an elo- quent script by William Whitehead, The Promised Land conjures the dreams, and settlement, of 'whitecomers' to the region, from the 1600s to the 20th century. Roq is music to set pace by Saturday at 7 p.m., the CTV Television Network presents the premiere episode of Roq, a half hour musical experience bringing you the best Canadian rock groups from across the country.. Each week Roq host Terry David Mulligan introduces these good listening sounds in a concert setting with losts of music and little talk. Host, Terry David Mulligan, long known in the rock scene both in Toronto and on the west coast sets the pace. Joining Terry for the first show of the season are: Von Ryan's Express with Satisfaction, and Try A Little Tenderness; Bachman-Turner Overdrive performing Gandy Dancer; Jason with Rock Roll Medley and Rock Roll Band and April Wine with You Could Have Been A Lady, Mornings 7: IK) 8: 30 a Understanding our World a Salute to Agriculture (B Thought for the Day B Farm News B University of the Air B Pinnochio 8 Totlay Show ID Captain Kangaroo B Yoga B Secrets of the Kitchen B Farm and City Today B Canada A.M. ID News O Today in Montana B Mon Giant a Pyramid a Uncle Bobby B Audrey a Gambit B EM Allen IB Romper Room a Hollywood Squares B Jack LaLanne B This Week 8 Polka Dot Door B The Young and Restless a Jackpot B Parlous Francais A.E.C.C. Schools 8 Puckett's General Store O Baffle B Search for Tommorrow B Lifestyle 8 Alberta Schools B Jeopardy B All My Children B Mr. Dress Up B Let's Make a Deal 8 As the World Turns IB Pay Cards B Sesame Street IB Fred Davis Show B Newlywed Game Beat "the Clock O The Doctors