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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 3 July 25 Sewilclied O The Doctors News O Let's Make a Deal SB The Reluctant Astronaut O McGowan and Co. General Hospital NORTON 850 The Norton 850 Commando still with famous race-bred Rideabllity and Simplicity. Still with that unrivalled styling. But now boast- ing the new 850cc Engine. A superlative Powerhouse. Available now at YAMAHA CYCLE SALES AND SERVICE 1519-3rdAVE.S. PHONE 328-6977 O .'.Mother World O Match Game One Life to Live O Heritage Inn Pyramid O Tattle.alcs Somerset Dinah's Place O Mike Douglas O Our Town 8 Thirty From Another World Jeopardy O Edge of Night Girl in My Life What's the Good Word O Forest Rangers Split Second Anything You Can Do THE FINEST IN CHINESE FOOD WESTERN MEALS LIGHT LUNCHES MAJORETTE RESTAURANT DfMjr a.m. lo I p.m. Ctotwd on 612-3rdAve. S. PHONE 327-7511 REMODELLIN end painting forever with Acrylic finish lasts years longer Beautiful wood grain surface Resists fading and weathering Aluminum keeps Its beauty for y lars FOR FREE ESTIMATES DUNCAN ALUMINUM 1906 Lakeside Road Phone 327-0421 Won't chip crack Won't peel Won't STAN KLASSEN ALL CLASSES OF INSURANCE Auto Liability Life Health Accident Representing Royal Insurance Group and Canadian Home Assurance Co. MORTGAGE BROKERS FOR INLAND TRUST AND SAVINGS CORPORATION LIMITED We offer on 5 yr. Term Deposits Members Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation CITY REALTY INSURANCE LTD. O Joker's Wild Q Newfoundland Holiday O News Mod Squad ID Brady Bunch O Hollywood Squares O News Password Lucy News O News O News News O Speedway Q 1. The Family Kovack 2. Secret World News OD Truth or Consequences Beat the Clock Temperature's Rising SB Dominic's Dream Sanford and Son Firehouse Ironside Kung Fu O South Seas Celidh Streets of San Francisco O Hard Day at Blue Nose O Ironside Six Million Dollar Man O News News CD Streets of San Francisco O Tommy Banks O Tonight Show La Fayette Escardrille News O News News Country Way 1117-3rdAve. S. Phone 329-3000 GERRY SAGE THE CAMERA AND I hope everyone had a whooping good time at Whoop-Up Days. Our family sure did. And here are a tew more lips tor better pic- tures. After the next subject you will photograph most will likely be places. When taking a picture of an impressive building or a love- ly select the viewpoint that makes the best picture. It you walk around the sub- ject until you find the most in- teresting point ot view. Perhaps you'll find a view- point that gives a natural to your picture. Things such as overhanging tree rock for- mations and arches in the foreground make attractive frames for you subject and also give the scene a feeling of depth. My suggestion is to take one picture without people and then to place people in your picture and shoot it from the same angle. Places without people can sometimes be lonesome and empty. Add people and they come to life. Adding Mends or family to your picture can give them depth and In- terest but be sure to try them without people too. Again I must sfess that you don't leave your cameia or film in the heat of ycur on the In the rear win- or in the trunk. Insulate it with something and. keep it behind the front seat. be positively sure of the size and kind ol dim you want. Avoid One last Now that Whoop-Up Days are plan to set aside August 2 and 3 for Coaldale's Settler's Day. Courtesy ol' KWIK KOLOR College Mall Phone 327-4884 Features Zenith's new Allegro 1000 speakers. Each contain a woofer and a horn plus a tuned port that works in conjunction with tho woofer to reproduce a rich bass. There's a solid-state stereo amplifier. Dlgllite. to putanendto tuning contusion. Plus 8-track Record and Two Mm Two Matrii- add two mora optional Allegro 1000 speakers and enjoy sound. Features 60 watts peak power. FM tuner with Target Tuning. Digilite automatic tuning scale selector. Stereo indicator light. Two Plus Two Matrix. Stereo Precision Ml record changer. Micro-Touch 2G tone arm. 2G Free-Floating sterso cartridge. 8-Track tape cartridge recorder. Allegro 3000 speaker systems. Grained Walnut color cabinets. Flight Deck dust cover. Features 60 watts peak power. FM tuner with Target Tuning. Digilite automatic tuning scale selector. Stereo indicator light. Two Plus Tvfo Matrix. Stereo Precision II record changer. Micro- tone arm. 2G Free-Floating cartridge. Allegro 2000 speaker systems. Grained Walnut color cabinets. Designer dust cover. you'll tht difference MOST TRUSTED NAME AND Smith's COLOR TV APPLIANCES 238-13th St. N. Phone 328-5541 Closed Thurs. Fri. till 9 ;