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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE 6 Exploitation of The Shield produces great wealth The lichen grows where nothing else can The Shield, covering more than half of Canada's land area has more than half of the Canadian population living close enough to ft to be influ- enced by it. "Canada Five Por- traits: The Shield" airing Sunday, May 27 at 7 30 p explores this area of endless1 bedrock thai was formed be- fore there was life on earth There are also swamp and muskeg wildernesses, and the land is dotted with thousands of unnamed lakes; there's lichen and moss to feed the caribou; and there's people. The first people to inhabit the north Thursday, May 31 1 00 Let's Make a Deal IB Movie: The Rebel 0 Another World ID General Hospital B Nancy Miller 0 Hollywood's Talking ID One Life to Live 2.00 0 Klara's Korner B Galloping Gourmet ID Movie: A Gift of Terror 2.30 O Joan Waterfield IB Somerset 0 Mike Douglas ID Dinah's Place O Take 30 ID Another World O Edge of Night IB What's the Good Word Q Vin Scully Show B Family Court Joker's Wild Split Second _ Anything You Can Do (D Drop la Q) Buckshot Bewitched Q) Star Trek O Hollywood Squares 0 Newi !Newj Get Smart i News News Here's Lucy {D News QJ Tn-th or Consequences 0 Doris Day B These Are People Beat the Clock O) Mod Squad B Man and the City 0 Ironside G) George Little People 8'00 O Burl Ives Special 0 Dean Martin Q Carol Burnett ID Rung Fu B Movie: Gidget Gets Married (B Streets of San Francisco ID Energy Crisis 0 Flip Wilson (Fi) News (5) News IB George Kirby 0 Tonight Show B Maude ID Movie: Tea and Sympathy IQ Here Come the 70s IB News were from Asia They called' themselves Innuit-men. Their descendants are tough and no- madic. They have not disturb- ed nature's delicate balance but have become a part of it. Before television, radio, Ijefore electricity and before white men, there was the land and the animals and a mystical bond between them. But like the glaciers that once moved south, the culture moving north is irresistible. Now many have succumbed to the aculturation of the white man. "Hidden in wonder and snow, or sudden with summer, this land stares at the sun in a huge silence it leans away fiom the F. R. Scovt eulogized. But the world has changed the land and thf people, and these changes came about through the discovery of untold wealth, riches for the hardy and determined. Some came north to take their chances on making a bundle and taking it sou'h. Some men and women became millionaires, while countless others died in the at- tempt. The few who got rich are remembered Sandy Mc- Intyre, Fred LaRose, Hugh Kerr, Harry Oakes and Char- lie Chow. The exploitation of the Shield has produced great wealth but it hasn't stayed in the north. Nor has it helped the native northerner. The wealth moved south, funneled through the cities to the south where mil- lions of people are squeezed by (2) CJOC News News B Crossfire IB Menr Griffin Show 12.05 B Movie: Spirits of the Dead The Shield This Shield covers more than half of Canada's land area and holds wealth and riches for the taking. Sorre got rich and some died. Sunday, May 27 at p.m. CTV explores "The the (and of lichen and bed- rock. the pressures of that great northern collar of rock on to narrow strips of land along the lakes "Canada: Five Portraits" Is a production of CTV News. Exmttive producer is Jerry Lawton. Narration foe the ser- ies is by Gordon Pinsent and the original music score is by Louis Applebaum, RON'S 'An Establishment Of Good RESTAURANT COFFEE SHOP, DINING BANQUET ROOMS Monday thru a.m to 1-00 am Fri. and 7.30 a.m. to 2.00 a.m.; Sun. and Holidays 10.00 a.m. So p m. Phono 328-5666. 'SERVING THE FINEST CHINESE AND CANADIAN FOOD' Across from tho Customer 328-5666 WHAT IS? WHERE IS? WHO IS? WHY IS? GARDEN SEEDS BULK OR PACKAGED NOW THE VERY BEST "YOU HAVE TO SEE IT, TO SEE IT" All available now at CO-OP Located in LETHBRIDGE ol 1221 2nd Ave. South 327-3777 ITH'S FOR J U (St Closed Mondays 236 13th St. N. Open Thurs. and Fri. nights till 9 Conrad Pletlell Miikulbl Phone 328-5541 ;