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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY at Frank Altkens SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE 16lh Ave. and Mayor Magralh Dr Phone 327-0313 The LetKbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Fall is time for Dry Cleaning Phone 3Z8-SM4 3 Aye. U St. B. S. Opea 24 Hoars MtiMMMH. FRIDAY, OCTOBER LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. OCTOBER 5 TO FRIDAY. OCT.OBER 11 I I jft I V: I i SPOTLIGHT Bing and his friends Bing Crosby, a man whose name alone iden- tifies him around the world, plays host to Pearl Bailey, Bob Hope and Sandy Duncan in a musical comedy special entitled Bing Crosby and his Friends airing Monday on the CTV television network. Crosby's recordings to date have sold more 'than 300 million copies, a world record in itself, for which he received the American Music Award for 1974. National, heritage Canadians are not an indigenous people. To this country have come the -pioneers, the im- migrants and the adventurers from Germany, England, Poland, the Ukraine, Ireland, Italy and from almost every other country in the world. Canada can only be defined by realizing that we are all parts of the first and the last im- migrant landing in our country. In order to ex- amine what the Canadian character is, we must know what Canada consists of, and that is hundreds of thousands of people bringing with them the riches of new ideas, cultures and historic traditions. Only through a process of assimilation and adaptation can we hope to define the Canadian character. To this end CTV is proud to present the series Heritage beginning Oct. 15 with an examination of the similarities and differences of the ethnic groups that make up the Canadian mosaic. Jockey Invitational Saturday, Oct. 12, CTV presents exciting thoroughbred racing on The Jockey Club In- vitational, a mile and four furlong race on the main course. Host Fergie Olver welcomes Triple Crown champion jockey Eddy Arcaro as his special guest. Veteran sportsman Daryl Wells calls the race. This year there is a added purse. Jockey John Bell rode Musketeer Miss for first place prize of in last year's competition. Warm moment Diana LeBlanc (centre, Chris Wiggins Heather Graham (left) and Michael Du- hig (centre standing) share a warm moment together in their island treehouse. The actors portray The Swiss Family Robinson, telecasting 7 p.m. Sunday on Channel 13. Gun madness Detroit has as many homicides in two weeks as Toronto has in a year. Throughout the entire United States there are murders each year, one every 28 minutes. There are some very concerned Canadian of- fificials who worry that this society of violence building up south of the border will not be able to be contained in the near future. Correspondent Michael Maclear delves into this gun madness in episode of Maclear entitled The Guns Across the Border, airing Thursday, on the CTV television network. I I MONDAY MORNING EARLY BIRD SPECIALS AT TERRY BLANDS JUST ARRIVED ALL NEW HONEYWELL STROBOLITE28 A beautiful little electronic flash unit with a guide no. of 28, for A.S.A. 25, it has color temperature of 6000 Kelvin (approx. noon daylight) a flash duration of of a second and with a 150 flash with 2 fresh alkaline batteries, but best of all the price................................ 14 95 Open Won. thru Sat., a.m. p.m. College Mall till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. ;