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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 Monday, Jan. 13 (B Woody Wood Pecker Q The He Knows Slic Knows O Jokers Hhuda O Mary Tyler Moore (D Split Ian Tyson tJ Partridge Q Dr. Movie: Raid (B Bradv Movie: River Sterile Cuckoo O (B Medical Centre Your Money O Hollywood This Is The Law Your Wife O Cannon Q) General PiK 'N' Whistle O The Price Is Truth or O News O Match O News (D One Life to National Geographic OD The Money Science Magazine Q Lei's Make A O Tonight Show (B Another O Movie: (D O Edge of Man Alive Q Wheel of Q National O (B Sanford News Q Our Lawrence O Tommv Banks (D The Big Truth or News (B What's the Good tD The Mcrv Griffin O Adrienne at Tomorrow O Now You See The O Movie: O Family O Liquidator Tuesday, Jan. 14 (B Woody Wood Pecker Q) News O The Doctors O Partridge Family (B Movie: Do No Fold Spindle or Mutilate O Movie: The Garden CD General Hospital Q The Price Is Right (D One Life to Live O Match Game (D The Money Maze O Tattletales O Edge of Night (B Another World (DTBA O Wheel of Fortune Q Our Town O Gambit (B What's the Good Word Q Take 30 {D The Big Showdown Q Now You See It Family.Court O Joker's Wild (B He Knows She Knows O) Split Second (B Definition O Kit Stop Q News (D Brady Hunch O Hollywood Squares O News O) Password (B Truth or Consequences O News CD News O News (B Make A Deal Q Movie: Lawman O Good Times News (D News O (B Hawaii Five-0 (D Truth or Consequences Q9 Happy Days O Hawaii Five-0 CD Movie: Satan's Triangle CB Funny Farm O N.B.A. All Star (B Excuse My French O Happy Days CD Marcus Welby O Police Story CD Marcus Welby (B Headline Hunters O Front Page Challenge CD News O Up Canada CB Police Surgeon O News O News Magazine (B Maclear CD Movie: Don Juan Quilligan CB News O National Q Tonight Show (B News O Tommy Banks Show Q Tomorrow CB Merv Griffin O Movie: Grand Prix O Stampede Wrestling Infamous traffic in precious coral Jacques Cousteau has been a long time admirer of the peoples who have courted danger to wrest a Hying from the sea. Since the beginning of man, the sea shores have been pop- ulated because of their food source. Now, Cousteau films the adventuresome lives of the pearl divers of Tahiti, who dive repeatedly, with no breathing apparatus, 140 feet or more. Off Corsica, he films the dramatic story of coral divers, who lured by the riches obtained from precious red coral, risk their lives and dive to incredible depths with anti- quated equipment in the next episode of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau. Entitled The Coral Divers of Corsica, the program will broadcast Jan. 26. As the world's last great storehouse of wealth, fish, minerals, mollusks and liv- ing coral becomes depleted, Cousteau warns that man's assault on the sea must be disciplined. He is not an alarmist but a realist. Cousteau knows that at the rate which the oceans are now being depleted, in ten years there will be no food or wealth to take out of the ocean. Need a Prescription? We Offer Prompt Prescription Service 6 Days a Week Chargex Cards Accepted McCaffrey's "The Peoples Drug Store" 418 13th SI. N. Ph. 327-3445 Open Mon. thru 9 to 9 Freedom of the city Decked out in the Lord Mayor's ceremonial robes, three citizens of Londonderry occupy the Guildhall during a civil rights riot, in The Freedom of the City, Eric Till's 90-minute production of the stage play by Brian Friel. A revealing and moving drama of the terror in Ulster, it stars (left to right) Florence Paterson, Mel Tuck and Neil Munro, as three victims categorized as "terrorists." The Freedom of the City is a presentation of CBC-TV's Opening Night, specials from the world of theatre. It will be telecast on the network on Wednesday at p.m. Adolescent j ourney In most countries of the world, children pass swift- ly from childhood to adulthood with little notice of a period inbetween. Adolescence is a luxury en- joyed only by the middle class industrial nations. On Jan. 26, CTV re broadcasts the episode Adolescence in the award winning Human Journey series. In this program, we take a look at adolescents from several viewpoints: as a group or sub culture in society; as individuals passing a particular stage in life; as a generation which must relate to other generations; and as people who share the same problems with other persons. Among the people inter- viewed are a group of young people of mixed ethnic and economic backgrounds as they are engaged in dialogue with various adults, one of whom is Beatrice Butcher, an 85 year old former school teacher. Qualified adults offering insights into the behaviour of adolescents are Dr. Ralph Dent, a behavioural psychologist: E. A. McCann, a high school principal; and Fern Alex- ander, head of the youth, bureau of the Metro Toronto Police department and a former schoolteacher. Music is enormously im- portant to young people. It is a language and a means of expression for a whole generation. Never before have adolescents had a way of expressing themselves which was uni- quely theirs. In a genera- tion which is supposed to be inarticulate, some of the song lyrics may go down as among the best writing of the times. The program talks to parents and finds them in agony as they try to un- derstand and do the right things for their children. Then, when talking to the children, the program dis- covers that this generation doesn't expect parents to be perfect or without mis- takes. They expect advice and want to talk to their parents. Especially they want to stop being talked at and instead be talked with! Adolescence is produced and written by Jerry Law- ton, gnd directed by Heinz Avigdor. The program is narrated by Martha Henry, with photography by Ed MAKE DEBUT Five orchestras will appear at the Queen Elizabeth Festival Hall in London for the first time: the Los Angeles Philhar-- monic, New Japan Philhar- monic, Orquestra Sinfonica Brasileira, Bucharest Philharmonic and Utah Symphony. Higginson. The series is sponsored by the London Life In- surance Company through Goodis, Goldberg, Soren Ltd. FILM SPECIALS Kodacolor I1135-20 exp..........'...............1.00 roll Kodacolor I1135-36 exp.........................2.00 roll Remember: We repair all makes ol cameras Southern Photo Services 1 Professional Bldg. (Closed 12 lo 1) to p.m. Daily Phone 327-5152, 328-6909 oiler hours. Sal. p.m. THE CAMERA AND YOU GERRY SAGE I hope everyone had a good time over the holidays. I sure did. As I mentioned before the Kodak strike is over. Supplies are still slow coming in. but you can safely send your Kodachrome slides now. There is a prob- lem that is rearing it's ugly head in this area. Static electricity, this can leave marks in the shape of trees or crowsleet on some of your film. I was just talking to Kodak Toronto, they told me they have a few problem areas, and Southern Alberta can be one ot the worst. This year it has been very dry with frequent high winds this tends to put an electric charge into everything. The way to minimize it is to advance your film very slowly in the camera. With 35 mm much of the damage can happen when the film is quickly rewound. So please take your lime winding and rewinding your film. Re- member don't leave your exposed film sitting around too long. Bring It in for development as soon as possible. Have a good week. Courtesy of KWIKKOLOR College Mall ;