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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1972 Peppard's mother diva's protege George Peppanl, star of NBC-TV's new "Banacek" se- ries on "NBC Wednesday Mys- once studied piano but gave it up aa many youngsters do. Music is inherent with the rugged aclor, whose mother, Vernelle Rohrer, a protege of Uie late diva, Ernestine Schumann-Heink. PLUMMER IS HOST Canadian actor Christopher P hammer will be host and nar- rator for the CBC drama-docu- mentary on the life of play- Only One Earth heralds Tico nciv appointments announced by Tom Gould Only One Earth is an inter- national TV co-production hcr- 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 in Canada) will lie telecast wright tieorge uernara i iviay ZH ai p.m. on currently in production. I the CBC television Monday, May Q Movie: Q Here's Seme whore on News Q AnoLTier NCM-S O CD Beu-Iiehcd Tli under in the Irish Rovers O Secret Laugh-In Q Edge of Beat the Clotk Q) One CD Oceans The Silent 0 Love American flj Our Movie: Over Die Hill S0 What's the Good Rides Again 0 Family Affair Q) General Hospital Summer Town Q Take Thirty (P Tliree On A Time Out (7) Water World 0 Doris Day CD Movie: (0 Another World 0 Lucy Show O Edge of Night Q) Dating Game Anything You Can DU Q Amateur's Guide to 500 O Partridge Family Q Movie: The Singing Nun Q Canno-D CB Nichols (B Pig and Whistle Q Family Front Page Challenge 0 My Three O at the Centre News Q} Split News C3 Drop Ironside 0 0 Tonight Show HI Mary Tyler Moore C0 Man Alive Q Truth or :Tl News 0 News J3 Movie: Night of tJie Family O Let's Make a (73 Tcieprobe 7 Q News El TV-5 Q3) Pendulum d) -15 Q The Avengers (2) C3 David Frost Tuesday, May 0 Adam 12 Shoot News 0 AnoLTier Telcprobc 7 Bay 0 Hawaii Five-O QJ Secret Eddie's Father C0 Movie: Miracle of Morgan's Mod Movie O Edge of legion QJ One Life 0 Love American Style QJ Our Lives (7) Slmirncr Town QJ General CB Oral Special CD Movie: A Little Game 0 GuripmoKe (B What's the Good CB Marcus Welby (B Another Mary Tyler Moore (7) Take TBA QJ Three On A Molba Moore Show 0 Lucy Show SJ KclRe or Nifilit gQ Dating Game (0 Anything You Can CD Marcus Welliy EB Dotlor in the House 0 Billy Graham 0 Amateur's Guide CB Ian Tyson Telescope O Family O News 0 My Throe News HI Split The Persuaders Tuesday Night (B Buck 0 Tonight Show (7) Drop Arnie 1 0 "00 fjt News QJ Bewitched Q or News m Mfvif 0 News QJ Password O Family mli v ii. The 11 minders CB News 5: TO QJ Doris (T) Telcprobc 7 O Ld's Make a News 0 (13) Directions flj (7) Wrosllinff CD CB David FrovSt Show 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 general ions, Canada co-spon- sored Sweden's proposal at the United Nations that the confer- ence be held, Lo draw the at- tention of governments and world public opinion to ihe urgent physical end social prob- lems caused by technological Indus'rializrition and population pressures. It's hoped Ihat ike conference will to international agreement lo rem- edy I hi cancerous to the environment and. perhaps 10 the very preserva- tion of our species. Jerry Lawton, cunx-ntlr assistant director grains; of the department will Tom Gould, CTV Television I Network's director of features and information pro- grams, has announced two new appointments within ihc infor-j become the producer mation programs department. of network documentary pro- Donald Cameron, who joined gramming. Mr. Lawion for the the Network in January, 1972 last two years has been pro- as producer of is to be- ducer of CTV's award winning come the executive producer of j The Human Journey doc union- all news and public affairs pro- tary series. In the opening grams. He will be responsible year he will act as executive for the CTV National News. VV5, 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. New project for Weekend producer Veteran CBC public affairs producer Richard Nielsen has rcsipncd as executive producer of Weekend and Midweek to head up a new project com- prising six special TV pro- grams featuring British bro-idcastcr-raconLcur Malcolm Muggcridge. The Mupgcridtfe series, enti- tled A Third Testament, has been purchased by the CBC En- glish and French TV net- works and Tim e-Lif e Fi 1ms Distribution be by Bruce Raymond Ltd., and Time-Life Inl emotional. The aprecmonl calls for completion of the se- ries hy Jaiuiary of 197-1, CBC ducer Pat ferns has aVo re- signed from the; corporation to work co-producer with Niel- sen on [lie project. oil 1VI in relclecast Earlier I his year CBC-TVs Telescope visited one of ada's pioneer aviators, C. II 'Puncli' Dickins, a man who has had a long and distinguish- ed career in aviation wilh many 'firsts1 to his credit. This program wi II he rcpca Led1 on the CBC television network Tuesday, May 30 at p.m. Now in his 70s, 'Punch' Dickins was one of the trail- blazers who opened up (he Ca- nadian North. A flyer since his teens, lie won Ihe Distinguish- ed Fly i ng Cross in tli c Fi rst World War: won I lie- McKee Trophy in for his epic flight across unmapped Cana- dian (crrilory: and on July 1st, I92IJ first pilol lo the Arc Lie Circle above I-'nrt Good Hone. I.nLer he or- ganize Canadian Pacific Air- lines and helped develop one of Canada's most successful air- craft, the Beaver. Corwin series sold j The CHC film drama series Corwin has been sold to the j Yorkshire and Tyne Tees net- works in Britain. IT AYS AVAILABLE Tim newly-founded P 1 a wrighls Co-op of Toronto has is- sued ils first catalogue of works by member Canadian piny- wrigbl.s. H conlnins 10 full- ienRlh and seven ono-act plays. You Can't Miss It Don't Miss It If You Miss It You've Missed It Once-A-Year Values i) AUTOMATIC DEFROST REFRIGERATOR WT WASHED AND GAS S319 S209 These are only 2 examples. Stop in and see the truck- load prices on Color TV's, Fridges, Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, Ranges, Freezers and Sterecs. SALE ENDS SAT., MAY 27 USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN SMITH'S FOR Ed Smith ti. Comad Mike Plcllcll Miskulin Two Locations: 236 ISlh ST. N. and COALDALE CLOSED MONDAY Isl IN ALBERTA TO SPECIALIZE IN COLOR T.V. ;