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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta October 16 1 001 a ooi I Partridge I Woody Woodpecker (News I The Doctors I Movie: Class of '63 I Movie: Maybe fit Come Home tn The Spring I Another World General Hospital One Ufe to Live I Match Game Pyramid I TalUelales (Somerset Name that Tune Edge of Night Mike Douglas Another world (Our Town (Jeopardy 30 UK Oood Word In My Llle Family Court He Knows She Knows O Jotter's Wild Split Second Dr. Zonk Hogan's Heroes News Brady Bunch Hollywood Squares VNews Password Let's Make A Deal News News News, Sports. 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Hated MnyctM alarm aounde at eartltet trace of matlo kattery re- 9 yMf warranty EVER-LITE Electric Ltd. 4M 13 at M. News Mod Squad Brady Bunch Hollywood Squares News Password News Let's Make A Deal News News World Series Pre-Game World Series Uame S O World Series Game 5 1 News Truth or Consequences Sanford and Son Odd Couple Funny Farm Paper Moon Dr. In'the House Streets, of San Francisco KunirFu All Around the Circle Rockford File Kojak Harry-0 Streets of San Francisco News News Ironside Movie: Honor Thy Father Paul Sands Tonight Show National News Tommy Banks Show News Merv Griffin Tomorrow Movie: Mamie Japan is a mountainous country about half the size of Quebec, yet it has a pop- ulation of 110 million with some of the most expensive real estate in the world. Here In Canada, we've complained about land prices, food costs and a general rise in the cost of living. In Japan, the cost of living rises 20 per cent each year and it is now the third richest country in the world. The first Japanese came to Canada around the turn of the century, landing in Vancouver. Most of them were bachelors who sought work in the mines, as fisherman or as loggers. The bachelors' lives were lonely so home went the letters to arrange marriages -and as their brides settled in Canada, their families and their businesses grew. The first Japanese, in Canada came from Nagasaki, the harbour that 'has been witness to many great events in the history of Japam It is here in Japan that the first episode of CTV's Heritage series begins, air- ing Tuesday on the CTV television Network. COMPLEX In this first episode of the Heritage series, entitled Japan, producer Ron Kelly delves into the richness of the Japanese complexity. Herman Kahn says that the 21st century belongs to Japan. Its genius is ap- WINTER'S COMING and so is YAMAHA Ski dampers, lightweight construction, and Torque induction for more power in the low and middle range, yield thrills that are smooth and unsurpassed. Aerodynamic styHng gives the winners edge in looks and performance. Available At: YAMAHA CYCLE SALES SERVICE 1819- 3rd Ave.8. Phone 328-0977 parent but it comes from hard work and group ac- complishment. In Japan an adult is constrained by his obligations of loyalty, dedication and.obedience. They may be to his family or his employer but they are always to someone. For the Japanese these obligations are paramount and it is the observance of them that holds the society together. The Japanese are now modern but not Western. It is an important difference. It may well prove true that the next century does belong to Japan. Heritage: Japan is produced by Ron Kelly with executive producer Larry Hertzog. The narrator is Jon Granik. Mr. Granik is an actor- narrator whose voice is probably heard dozens of times in any given day. His experience, ranges from feature films, Fortune and Men's Eyes, The Last Act of Martin Weston, to television, Kalinsky's Jus- tice, Megantic Outlaw, and A Special Pair of Shoes to radio, where he is heard on over 100 shows a year on the CBC. Granik is also a commer- cial announcer who does voice overs on approx- imately a dozen accounts at any given time. Toronto Star television columnist, Jack Miller, credits him with the perfect voice which gives the picture such total believability. Douglas recalls his early years In 1044 Tommy Douglas was elected premier of the first socialist government in North America the CCF took power in Saskatchewan in a landslide victory and main-, talned it, undefeated, for 20 years. To mark the 30th an- niversary of that event, Between Ourselves presents Tommy Thirty Years Later, a documen- tary narrated and produced by Andrew Marshall and Heather Robertson, on Oct. 18 on the CBC radio network. The CCF was Tommy's party, 'built on his energy. 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