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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta PACS 4 The prairies have their own kind of beauty A look at the land at the hottom It has been called the for- bidden land that stripped the will from a host of pioneers and driven net a few others mad bat it is definitely not the dull unchanging land it has. also been called. Sunday, May 13 at p.m., CTV'S "Canada: Five Portraits" dispells the misconceptions of the vast and rolling lands called The Prai- ries. The prairies have their own kind of beauty. They are not broken by the spectacles of scaring cliffs or capped moun- tains and the changes in the landscape are more subtle but more surprising because they are so unexpected. Manitoba is prairie yet it has a lake bigger than Lake Ontario. Saskatche- wan is prairie yet it has moun- tains in the south which are higher than anything in Que- bec or Ontario. Alberta is prai- rie yet it has the prettiest deep- river valleys in the country. There is one vision that is synonymous to everyone the wheat lands the land at the bottom of the sky. Wheat no longer makes the money it did once but it stands as a frame to everything else done on the prairies. Now there is oil, min- ing and men becoming million- aires. Even that fading link to the past the fur trade still stands as a mirlti mil- lion dollar business. The biggest auction house is in Winnipeg where the prairies began and You Can't Beat The Leader In Food CHINESE FOOD WESTERN MEALS LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT HOURS: Open Daily 8 o.m. fo 8 p.m. Closed on Sundays and Holiday! I 612 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-7511 the people first came. They were English, French and Scots who married into the Indian race and eventually be- came known as the Metis. The most spectacular of their lead- ers was Louis Kiel who was hanged for what he believed. Then came the strong and in- tlividualislic Swedes, the Ukrai- nians, the Hungarians, Poles A at the Prairies The Prairies, a thin skinned layer of fertile soil ready to be blown away with the- slightest fickleness of the weather lonely, forlorn and desolate, but rich. Rich in land, growing resources and people, especially its people, strong and individualistic affecting the land as much as they are affected by it. }oolco A BEAUTIFUL WAY TO USTEM TO DEPARTMENT STORES 90 DAY FREE LABOUR, PARTS AND SERVICE Elegantly Styled 'Barcelona' Stereo wlh 8-track. Features a BSR changer with o diamond stylus, oil solid state chassis and input terminal for extra speakers. EACH Open Daily 9 a.m. fo 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. We reserve the r'nht ro limit COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Mag. aid Driva DfPARTMEHT STORES K WOOLKURTH CO. UMfTED J ARTMENT STORE and Slovaks. They were would- be fanners and peasants, the dispossessed, the solitary strong immigrants a million of them in a single generation. This stupendous migration swept the Metis before them as they had done to the seventy- five million buffalo and the fifty million prongliorned anle- lope. The new wave of men won out. They opened the West putting the finishing touches to it. Jon Eoynton, a lalcnfecl rid imaginative writer wrote the episode on "The His awards speak highly for him a total of 72 nil, in- cluding awards at (lie Atlanta Film Festival, New York Film Festival, San Francisco Film Festival, Brotherhood Awards and television's most prized award, the lit? von two of them, one for Bill Cosby special, "Give U.v The Chil- dren" and ano'-lKT special on the environment. Boynton was bom January 23, 1335 in Ov.'.-.r- io. fay, AAcsy 14 (B f-3 0) fD 219 m GD e SB ff) fQ (0 01 Q3) Q) Movie: Sullivan's Empire Another World Let's Make a Deal General Hospital Hollywood's Talking One Life to Live Klara's Koraer Days of Our ives Galloping Gourmet Secret Storm Ed Allen Mike Douglas Somerset Dinah's Place Three On A Match Another World Take 30 Dating Game What's The Good Word Edge of Night Split Second Joker's Wild Family Court Anything You Can Do Bewitched Buckshot In News Star Trek Hollywood Squares News Password News News TV-5 News News News J3 Bonanza E3 Outdoor SJ Truth or Consr-'iucneM gg Wildlife I'nlimiicd Beat Clock SB Jacques Ceur.to.'iTi fit) Doris Day 0 Shrine Bingo 0 Movie: TJif Navy of Rollin' Going Plscos Partridge Fapiily O Sanford aawf Son OB Movie: Kngicy Dare (Part 2) Cannon Medical Orrtrc Laugh l_i J5) Pig 'n WhLmio O This is the Law fl} What Aboir' Tti-morrow O Nature of 'Pilings [D News 0 News Ironside 0 Tonight Show fj Man Aiivr- Ql Movie: Comedy o; [T) News O News C0 News (T) CJOC News Q Crossfire flj) Merv Griffin Movie: Ohrm on Broadway GIVE MOM A TREAT! Great variety of hot and cold dishes! HOLIDAY VILLAGE LETHBRIDGE ;