Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
SPECIALTY it Prank Altkcns UPERIORGULF SERVICE Bth Ava. and Mayor Dr Phona 327-0313 __, The LetKbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN Fall is time for "S, Dry Cleaning X Phone 328-8944 3 Ave 12 St B S Open 24 Hours Attendld Mon thru Fri FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15.1974 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16 TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 Santa Claus parade Mr Dressup (Ernie Coombs) of CBC-TV and lim Perry of the CTV network are among com- lentators preparing for the 70th anniversary Claus parade in Toronto, Nov 16. Sponsored by the T. Eaton Co., this year's par- ade includes military bands, storybook char- acters, Roly Poly clowns, the Dutch Boy Cadets from Kingston, Ont, floats and Santa Claus himself SPOTLIGHT Mining industry studiea The mining industry in the Yukon Territory is the area's top employer It is also an old in- dustry, which began in earnest with the famous Klondike Gold Rush of 1898 Now, 70 years later there are still several placer mining operations going, just as they pan ned for their gold during the big rush But there are also numerous hardrock mines being run by large eastern-based corporations In the Nov 17 Payday program, filmed by Len Gilday, the Clinton Creek Asbestos Mine operated by Cassiar Asbestos, with head- quarters in Toronto, is contrasted with the placer operation of King Solomon Mines at Bonanza Creek outside of Dawson City The Clinton Creek mine is Canada's most northerly open pit operation The film tells the stones of two people who work at the Cassiar site plumber Eddy Allen- bach, who loves the country and enjoys the out- doors, and Galliazzo Shassie, a truck driver- _ bachelor, who worries about his future, but is fond of Clinton Creek because it has allowed him to learn English and become acculturated slowly Pascal promulgated faith The French scientist and philosopher, Blaise Pascal, is the subject of the second program in the series, A Third Testament It will be shown on CBC-TV Wednesday The series is written, hosted and narrated by Malcolm Muggendge, one of the most brilliant of English communicators Blaise Pascal, born in 1623 in Clermont- Ferrand, was a mathematical prodigy as a child and completed an original treatise on conic sec- tions at 16 He contributed to the development of differential calculus and the mathematical theory of probability Pascal, like the other five historical figures in the series Augustine, Blake, Kierkegaard, Tolstoy and Bonhoeffer in his later years defended and promulgated his Christian faith Muggendge says at another point in the film that science, like the old pagan gods, has come to belong rather to man's quest for power than for truth Paradox of Venice Correspondent Michael Maclear travelled to Venice for the next exciting episode of Maclear, entitled The Venetian Affair, airing Thursday on the CTV television network The Venetian Affair is a visual essay on what Michael Maclear calls man's obsessive and destructive love affair with the past at the ex- pense of the present Hundreds of millions of dollars and un- precedented international effort is currently be- ing expended to restore the art treasures and facade of old Venice while, paradoxically, the city's industnal suburbs which are the cause of the pollution and decay, "the everyday as Maclear puts it, are ignored MONDAY MORNING EARLY BIRD SPECIALS AT ALL THREE OF OUR LOCATIONS A VERY TIMELY OFFER Eumig 502 projector, dual 8 with automatic threading, forward, reverse and slow motion, zoom lens. Reg. Plus the EUMIG MINI III super 8 movie camera, with zoom lens and electric drive. Reg 00 Save over Complete package for 'I'