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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY Frank Altkens SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE 1-6 th Avo. and Mayor Mngrath Dr Phone 327-0313 The Lethbridgc Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Fall is time for 3 Aw. M LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY. OCTOBER 12 TO FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 FRIDAY, OCTOBER SPOTLIGHT 'Fishmarketon GJOC Bill Roycroft of Lethbridge discusses The Fishmarket, a. Christian youth project, during this Sunday's telecast of Celebrations at 3.p.m. on CJOC Channel 7. Other segments of the program include foUcsinger Joe Wise talking about funerals, the Calgary Boys Choir singing a selection frorn the musical, Oliver, and an interview with Van- couver braodcaster Rod Booth who recently lost out in an election campaign. British election The half hour CBC television news special, live by satellite from London with final British election results October 10 will also be seen .simultaneously on 250 public television stations of the Public Broadcasting System throughout the United States. The program, titled The October 1974 British Election, with hosts Lloyd Robertson and CBC- TV London correspondent David Halton, will be telecast beginning at a.m. British time out of London, in the final half hour of ballot coun- ting. Executive producer isTim Kotcbeff. CBC-TV will telecast the program across its full coast-to-coast network, pre-empting normal programming in all regions. Pacific Rim study Canada has been one of the major suppliers of raw materials to the nations of the world for years. Our biggest trading partner during the course of those years has been American manufacturing and-processing companies but now the tides of economics are turning to Jhe Far East in the Pacific trade basin. CTV producer Richard Thomas examines the three kinds of economic contacts developed in these areas and what Canada can do to improve her trade relationships on an international level in the next episode of the Window on the World series entitled The Pacific Rim airing October 20 on the CTV television network. A passion that lurks Gambling, say the sociologists, fulfills man's oid hunting instinct with money as the trophy, but unfortunately 99 per cent of us lose. Honore Balzac called gambling a passion that lurks in every heart, suggesting shameful desire, yet correspondent Michael Maclear finds that notion undergoing a change as be examines time gambling in the The Biggest r Escaping duty Klinger is up to his old tricks again, trying to escape from the army by parading in women's clothes. It's Jamie Farr as Klinger, one of the kooky characters In the popular comedy series telecast on CBC-TV, Fridays at p.m. Search for nomads Jacques Cousteau and the crew of the Calypso sailed the South Atlantic in the wake of the ex- plorer Magellan, searching for what remains of a dying race of primitive people in the next episode of The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau. Entitled Patagonia: Life at the End of the World, it will be telecast Oct. 25 on the CTV television network. MONDAY MORNING EARLY BIRD SPECIALS AT TERRY BLANDS JUST ARRIVED ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF ZENITH AUTO-FOCUS 35 mm ENLARGERS This hat got to be the best enlarger value available today, they are complete with color drawer, adjustable lamp stage, complete with lens and beautifully made carrying case and the price unbelievably low at............................................................ i THE LOWEST 110 COLOR PRINT FILM PRICES IN TOWN .REMEMBER WE HAVE' Open Mon. thru Sat., a.m. p.m. College Mall till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. '56 95 1224-3rd Ave. S. 327-2673 TERRY BLAND College Mall 329-0211 PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. Taber 2402 ;