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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta aye Golf on CTV July CTV presents the 62nd dian Professional Golfer's Association Cham- from the Willow Park Golf and Country Club in where a field of 150 contestants will battle for prize money and the cham- pionship. GERRY SAGE THE AND With summer vacation upon most of your pic- tures will be ol your vaca- tion or ol friends and rel- atives who drop in. Here are a lew tips for better pictures and greater en- joyment. Tell a story. Everyone likes 'good es- pecially stories that in- volve someone familiar like a friend or family member. When you think of almost anything you photograph can make up a picture story. It can be your vacation a birth- day your son or kids playing in the back yard. It's really very simple. Just take a lot of pictures of the middle or end. later arrange them in logical sequence like any story. Make titles. Titles introduce your pic- ture jog your mem- tell your audience what's coming up. One of the most convenient ways to create titles is to photo- graph the ready-made titles you see in your travels such as historical road- side and signs at tourist attractions. Another solution is to make your own. You can become elab- orate or just write in the sand. This could be a good project for the kids. Now that our days are long and please don't keep your camera and film in your car glove or on the rear window shelf. It gets too hot In these places. As I have said heat can change the color of your film. Always have the film processed as soon as you can after you take the pictures. And you people who have cameras with 620 or 120 roll please be careful when you ad- vance your film. for you go past No. 1 a you should go past every number on that roll the same amount. If you don't part of pictures No. 1 and No. 2 will be double exposed. Have a good week and be sure to support our Whoop-Up Days. Courtesy KWIK KOLOR Mall 327-4884 Evel Knievel special features fun CTV presents July a unique half hour special combin- ing drama and com- edy in translating the daredevil exploits of the famed stunt artist. Starr- ing in the lead role of Evel Knievel is Sam a rugged in- dividual known even in Hollywood for his good looks and acting ability. as Evel Knievel accepts a challenge from a female Karen and heads for Ariz. Sam is a fine cyclist in his own right and performs many of the nimble turns and scary jumps for himself but dur- ing the more hazardous stunts Evel Knievel does the riding. Starring as his manager 'Decater' is Noble Willingham. Michael Jr. co-stars. Sam Elliott made his movie debut with Ray Milland in the thriller which led to a co- starring role in and Lawless and guest shots on Of San Fran- Blue and A rugged outdoors Sam is equally adept at horseback hunting and amateur rodeo. Born in Sacramento and raised in he was a drama star at the University of Oregon before his army 'service. He committed himself to an acting career while studying at the Film Industry Workshop with such classmates as Bobby Sally Field and Karen Jensen. Miller sound Tex Beneke with Paula Kelly and The Modernaires as they appear on CBC-TV's In The Mood when tri- bute is paid to the famous Glenn Miller sound. The program will be repeated Satur- day at p.m. SAVE ON YOUR NEXT PURCHASE OF WINE BEER MAKING SUPPLIES at the HOBBY WINE BREW CENTRE Westminster Shopping Pliza Phone 327-0569 This COUPON is valid until August 1974. Woodgrain cab- inet with auto- matic fine automatic de- built-in antennas for VHP reception. One year free labor and service. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Drive Open Dally 0 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m DEPARTMENT STORES MPUCUlOTMtlllllllMEVIIIiiDID COLOR TV ;