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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGI of die Seal' ou Nov. 1 Eskimo film documentary 'Darkest Africa" Part Five of Empir e PEOPLE OF THE SEAL Arctic survive in winter in NF3 production, People of nesclay, Nov. 1 at p. Why wait? A.M.A. Travel Ser- vice could get ui airline taster, a? no extra See A.M.A, World Travel for N1W LOW FASES ACROSS CANADA A.M.A. WORLD TRAVZL 60S 5th Ave.S. All inquires welcome Phono 328.1181 or 32B-7921 How the Nets! ik Eskimos of Pelly Bay in the Canadian one of the world's harshest environments is shown in the the Ssal Eski mo Winter, la be telecast on CBC-TV Wed- n., in color. People ot the Seal Eskimco------------------------------------- Winter, a film about Eskimo life in Canada's I Arc'.ic in winter time, will be i on CEC television Wed- ncsday, 1 from to EST. Tlie film is a companion piece to a film alio'.il the Nelsilik pen- pic of Pelly Boy. who. until re- ccnllv. were one of the ni'-'st prlmilive peoples u( the The original film dealt w'lh Nctsiliks' life in summer. It j telecast on CEC-TV last May o. In this second part, ve sec how the Xotsiliks survive in ore of Hie world's harshest en- i vironments. waiting stock still for hours over a hole in the ice, for that one momci't when a seal comes up for air and then killing it with a mighty sweep ot a harpoon; building sleds without wood, using frozen salmo.i for runners. cussinR their philosophy ct life in ivhk-h they time to appreciate life and beauty. People ot the Seal Eskimo Winter, was produced by the National Film Board of Canada and the British Broadcasting, Corporation. Program five in t'.ie CTV Television Network Sunday night documentary series "The j British Empire" studies the British involvement in Africa after the abolition of slavery to the Great Trek by the Boers in 10.15. Titled "In Darkest this episode telecasts Sunday, Octoljcr 29 at p.m. on Channel 13. The first part of the program [ells the story of the first Brit- ish explorers in includ- ing the journeys of discovery by such men as Mungo Park, who searched for the course of the Niger. Hugh Clap- pcrton, who crorsed the Sahara to Kano, Nigeria, and of the Lander Brothers, who complet- ed Park's quests and discover- ed the source of the Niger. When the explorers brought back tales, of the r..assive slave- trading still being practiced in Zanzibar, the churches in Eng- land, backed by liberal opinion, Thursday, November 2 THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS FROM YOUR SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-0? -A" 7-Piecs VVsar-Evcr Ccclting Set 13 RS Reg. 519.C8 Special I O. J UNfiNESKED FU5H3TU3E if 7 DRAWER CHEST 32.95 if 6 DRAWER CHEST 26.97 i 4 DRAWER CHEST 19.97 Trulh or Consequences WorM f3 General GD Mavis: t Xr% Secret 0 N'cncy .Millar p} One Life to Live AiiUc Douglas Hollywood Squares Lives g3) Ed Allen Show S-mersct 153 D'na'n's Place JTJJ General f-Iospilal 3 00 m Anntntr World fj Take 30 fO Three on n Match fj El'ge of Niffht (H V.'hat'? Good Word (SJ D.-tinfi Gome O Family ATfair fH Fjimriy Court joker s ft) Split Second O Anything You Can Do fvl lr, p) S'.ar Trek pj News O Bewitched O Lei's MrJtc a Deal 0 Ironside Q Movie: The Sheriff Q3 Dean MurLin [If, News iNcws O Georfci Kirliy Show El TonlRhl Show (Q Movie: Saddle tlw Wind Q Mnuue Here Come Lhc 70s ft News (33) News O News (z) CJOC News fi Crossfire CB Mci'v Griffin Show ft Movie: The Birds were stirred to try and evan- gelize Africa. The program fol- lows the journeys of the great- est of these missionary explor- ers, David Livingstone, and contrasts his in Afri- ca with the "Darkest England" of the slums at home (a com- parison m .1 d e by General Booth, founder of the Salvation The latter part of the pro- gram follows the early British migration to the Cape Cclony in Southern Africa and the fro-.itier wars these settlers fought against the African tribes. The climax of "In Darkest Africa" comes with the "Great Trek" by the Boers in Dutch ncfIhern expansion collid- es with the southern march of the warlike Zulu trflw. and at Blood River the two meet. This meeting and battle resulted in the Dutch slaughter of the Zulus. The land hungry Boers and British meant the annexa- tion of the Zulus' ancestral homelands. Africa was never to be the same again. On Sunday. November S, p.m. the CTV telecasts the sixth program in British Empire" scries and the second program on In- dia. The program is set be- tween ir.77 when Queen became Empress of India, and 1S111, when George V, the first British monarch to visit Mia, was crowned King Emperor. Self Divorce Simplified Legal in Canada since 196i Al Idst a Dc-il-yoursclt Divorce Kit for A'borta For Only S89.SO For further inform, wri'e la: LEGAL PUBLISHING COMPANY No. 4-207 4th St. S.W. Calnary or phono 261-3011 Q ID Q O) (Q C3 CB (9 0 ra o News News Xews Paul Lyndtf Shov Movie: Chabasca NC.VS Adam 12 News Tn-ih or ConscqitKiecs ;uid Son Kresk n .Mori Squ.-.d Flip Wilson George Little People Movie: Sand Pebbles (Pt. 2) The lien Carol Burnett ACTIVE TV SERVICE 1233 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5020 Your Authorized Dealer and Service Centre for E LE CTROHOMB Drop in and soo Jim for a demonstration on Ihe now lines for '73 by Elcelrohomc, with that exlra dogre. of excellence. 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