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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FfilDAY, MAY 36, 1972 Peppard's mother diva's protege George Peppard, star of NBC-TV's new "Banacek" sc- ries on "NBC Wednesday Mys- once studied piano but gave it up as many youngsters do. Music is inherent with the nigged actor, whose mother, Vernelle Rohrer, was a protege of the late diva, Ernestine Schumann-Heink. PLUMMER IS HOST Canadian actor Christopher Plummer will be host and nar- rator for the CBC drama-docu- mentary on the life of play- wright George Bernard currently in production. Only One Earth heralds parley Only One Earth is an inter- national TV co-production her- alding what could rank as one of the most important achieve- ments of the United the Conference on the Human Environment to be held in Stockholm from June 5 through 16. The one-hour color documen- tary, comprising six 10-minute segments produced for the UN by broadcast organizations in six nations, (including the CBC Canada) will telecast Shaw i Sunday, May 28 at p.m. on I the CBC television network. Monday, 29 Movie: Somewhere on Leave 0 AnoLTier SYorld igl Movie: Thunder in the Sim CO Secret Storm 0 Edge of Night CD One Life 0 Love American Style Q) Our Lives (B What's the Good Word 0 Family Affair CD General Hospital CT) Summer Town a Take Thirty CD Three On A Match CB Another World 0 Lucy Show Q Edge of Night CD Dating Game CB Anything You Can Du 0 Amateur's Guide to Love O Family Court 0 My Three Sons IB Batman CD Split Second (2) Drop la 0 News 13 Bewitched (B Buckshot Q Truth or Consequences 0 News CO Password Family Affair S3 Let's Make a Deal 6S News OJ TV-5 News Don Messer (2) Teloprobe Q Here's Lucy CQ) News C0 News CO Bewitched Q Irish Rovers 0 Laugh-In (B Beat the Cloc'k CD Oceans The Silent Crisis C0 Movie: Over the Hill Gang Rides Again (T) Time Out (7) Water World 0 Doris Day CO Movie: Firebalt 500 O Partridge Family 0 Movie: The Singing Nun O Cannon (Q Nichols (B Pig and Whistle O Front Page Challenge O Man at the Centre CD News 0 News CB Ironside 0 Tonight Show CD Mary Tyler Moore Man Alive 17) News C9 News CO Movie: Night of the Iguana TeleproDG 7 O News (13) Pendulum 11M5 O The Avengers C9 David Frost The program, like the confer- ence, represents an urgent at- tempt to transcend geographi- cal and political boundaries in order to protect and preserve! the growing threat to the human environment and the real danger this poses to future generations. Canada co-spon- sored Sweden's proposal at the United Nations that the confer- ence be held, to draw the at- tention of governments and world public opinion to the irrg3nt physical and social prob- lems caused by technological advances, industrialization and >opulation pressures. It's hoped .hat iho conference will lead to international agreement to rem- edy thi present, cancerous to the environment, and. perhaps to the very presorva- Jon of our species. Tuesday, May 30 Q Movie: Shoot First 0 Another World: Bay City CD Secret Storm CB Movie: Miracle of Morgan's Creek O Edge or Night CD One Life 0 Love American Style CO Our Lives (T) Summer Town Q] General Hospital CS What's the Good Word (B Another World (T) Take 30 CD Three On A Match 0 Lucy Show EJ Eilgo of Night CO Baling Game C0 Anything You Can Do 0 Amateur's Guide to Love Family Court 0 My Three Sons CD Split Second IB Batman JB Buck Shot Drop In 0 News CD Bewitched 0 Truth or Consequences 0 News CB Password {B Family Affair C9 Doris Day O Let's Make a Deal 0 News CO News CD News Two new appointments announced by Tom Gould Tom Gould, CTV Television I Jerry Lawton, currently Network's director of news. e assistant director 'pro- features and information pro- j the department, will mation programs department. network documentary pro- Donald Cameron, who joined gramming. Mr. Lawton for the the Network in January, 1972. last two years has been pro- as producer is to be- j ducer of CTV's award winning come the executive producer of jThe Human Journey documen- all news and public affairs pro-' series. In the opening grams. He will be responsible year he will act as executive for the CTV National News, W5, j producer of three new pro- Question Period, news specials j grams in The Human Journey and a major program in the series and other major docu- informational area. 1 mentary programs. 0 Adam 12 C0 News (7) Telcprobc 7 0 Hawaii Five-O C9 Eddie's Father CD Mod Squad Q Movie: Desert Legion CB Oral Rober1_s Special CD Movie: A Little Game 0 GunsmoRe C0 Marcus Welby Q Mary Tyler Moore TBA 0 Melba Moore Show CD Marcus Wciby Doclor in (ho House 0 Billy Graham C9 Ian Tyson Telescope O News CD News CE) The Persuaders 0 Tuesday Night 0 Tonight Show CD Arnie News C51 News CD Movie: The Rounders (B News (7) Teleprobc 7 (KB News (13) Directions (7) Wrestling (B David Frost Show project for Weekend producer Veteran CBC public affairs producer Richard Nielsen has resigned as executive producer of Weekend and Midweek to head up a new project com- prising six special TV pro- grams featuring British writer- broadcaster-racontcur Malcolm Muggeridge. The Muggeridge series, enti- tled A Third Testament, has been purchased by the CBC En- glish and Frencii TV net- works, and Time-Life Films. Distribution will be by Bruce Raymond Ltd., and Time-Life International. The agreement calls for completion of the sc- ries by Januarv of 1974. CBC" Weekend-Midweek pro- ducer Pat Ferns has re- signed from the corporation to work .Vi co-pruduccr with Niel- sen on tbe Muggeridge project. rar.i'h Ilsckins 011 Telescope in relefecast Earlier (his year CBC-TVs Telescope visited one of Can- ada's pioneer aviators, C. II. 'Punch' Dickins, a man who has had n long and distinguish- ed cnrecr in aviation with many 'firsts' to his credit. This program will be repeated on tho CBC television network Tuesday, May 30 at p.m. Now in his 70s, 'Punch' Dickins was one of the trail- blazers who opened up the Ca- nadian North. A flyer since his teens, he won 1 he Distinguish- ed Fly i ng Cross in the FI rst World War; won the McKee Trophy i n for his epic flight across unmapped Cana- dian territory: and on July 1st, 19211 was the first pilot to cross the Arctic Circle above Fort Good Hone. Later he helped or- ganize Canadian Pacific Air- lines and helped develop one of Canada's most successful air- craft, the Beaver. Corwin series sold The CBC film drama scries Corwin has been sold to the Yorkshi re and Tyne Tees net- works in Britain. PLAYS AVAILABLE The newly-founded P 1 a wrighis Co-op of Toronto has is- sued iis first catalogue of works by member Canadian play- wrights. It contains 10 full- length and seven one-act plays. You Can't Miss It Don't Miss It If You Miss It You've Missed It Once-A-Year Values VtCJE l! AUTOMATIC DEFROST REFRIGERATOR W'T WASHER AND GAS CRYIR S319 5209 These ore only 2 Stop In and see the truck- load prices cm Color TV's, Fridges, Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, Ranges, Freezers and Sterecs. SALE ENDS SAT., MAY 27 USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN SMITH'S FOR Two Locations: 236 13th ST. and COALDALE CLOSED MONDAY 1st IN ALBERTA TO SPECIALIZE IN COLOR T.V. ;