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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 2 Saturday, Sept. 7 show i Morning i Farm News Telecourse O Yogi's Gang O Bugs Bunny 7-00 O Scooby-Doo (D Hong Kong Phooey (D Gilligan 8.00 Q My Favorite Martian ID Devlin 8) Thought for the Day OD University of the Air O Jeannie OJKorg O Pinnochio ID Rupert Bear O Super Friends O Speed Buggy Tales of the Riverbanks Uncle Bobby Q Josie and Pussycats ID Hawkeye O> These are the Days O Pebbles Bam Bam ID Animal World FHntstones flD Waterville Gang O Fat Albert ID American Bandstand Yogi O Puppet People O Hairbear Bunch Fantastica O Goober O Sabrina ID Truth or Consequences O> Wide World of Sport O Baseball O C.F.L. Hamilton at Ottawa ID Outdoor Sportsman ID Sports Digest ID Everything Goes O> Football ID Wrestling O Sports Week O Star Trek O Wrestling O Jetsons ID Roller Derby O Untamed World O World of Man Q News ID Wide World of Sports O Klahanie O CBS Reports O Bugs Bunny (D Wild Kingdom 6-00 ID News O Lawrence Welk 0 Movie: The Bobo Ot Owen Marshall ID Oil Report ID Kingo Bingo (D Hanna Barbera Special O Oral Roberts at Expo '74 Ot Movie: Evel Knievel ID Banjo Parlour O Miss America Beauty Pageant O Zoo Gang ID Police Surgeon ID Movie: Rip-Off (D ABC News Close-Up a C.F.L. Sask. at B.C. O News ID News ID W. C. Fields Film O Mary Tvler Moore ID News O Barnaby Jones ID News ID Flick Flack ID Rock Concert O National News O News Movie: Arch of Triumph (D Movies: 1. Something Wild 2. All Mine To Give agriculture influence Agriculture is assuming a greater importance in the mind of the Canadian public and CBC-TV's long running series Country Canada will be again delineating Canadian and world farm aspects and issues with increasing im- pact. Starting September 29, Country Canada begins its 20th season in its usual slot, Sundays at p.m. More than ever Canadian agriculture must be looked at within a context of inter- national events, says the series executive producer Doug Lower. For this reason, three of the programs to be shown in November will originate from the United Nations sponsored World Food Conference taking place in Rome. Says Lower, "I believe it to be the most important conference of its kind." Attending will be the exter- nal affairs ministers from 130 nations and, unlike the Stockholm Conference of two years ago, this conference will have a political conscience, and decisions rather than just recommendations can be arrived at. With population increas- ing at 70 million persons a year, there can, even be malnourishment in an affluent country like Canada. To feed the grow- ing populations, a greater emphasis must be placed on agricultural production. The first Country Canada program will be a crop report, and include a debate in which Canadian farm leaders discuss future desirable agricultural policy. Other programs in Oc- tober will look at migrant farm labor, egg marketing boards and the expected drop in beef prices this fall. On future programs: the big agriculture fair in Regina, called Agribition; a look at the cheese in- dustry in Quebec and in Canada generally; Yukon cattle; the B.C. apple in- dustry; land use; farm machinery; and high pro- tein cereal grains. Country Canada will co produce a program with the UN 'Food and Agriculture Organization on grass farming, a program for world wide distribution. Documentary series among CTV programs TORONTO (CP) Ten new shows will be seen this fall and winter on the CTV Television Network during evening hours, including a new Thursday night documentary series. Michael Maclear, former CBC foreign cor- respondent, will star in the series which CTV says will emphasize highly-visual personal reporting and investigation. The privately-owned network apparently is concentrating its new programs on Thursdays to compete with the CBC's fall and winter program schedule, featuring some of its headliner new shows that night. The CTV Thursday night SEE THE NEW ARRIVALS (OF 1974 DODGES AND CHRYSLERS) AT "KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD." 1974 DODGE DART SWINGERS A SPORTS 6 cylinder or V8's, assorted colors, bucket or bench seats. PriCC fCCTIR S4325 1974 CHRYSLERS NEW PORT NOW PORT CUSTOM NEW YORKER Good selection of equipment and colors. Priced from S5325 1974 CORONETS CHARGERS SEDAN HARDTOPS STATION WAGON MODELS Assorted colors. Priced form S4520 1 ONLV1 1974 IMPERIAL LEBARON 4 DOOR HARDTOP Low mileage demonstrator. "Loaded." Regular 1974 MONACOS 4 DOOR SEDANS 2 door or 4 door hardtops. Great selection, some with air. Priced from S5050 PICKUPS 6 cylinder or or club cab. V8, conventional Priced from S4020 Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and 11th St. S. Lethbridge Phone 328-9271 line-up, effective Sept. 9, also' features Excuse My French, a situation comedy series based on an English- speaking Montreal law stu- dent married to a French- Canadian girl; Funny Farm, a family show employing live actors and animated cartoons; and a new western drama, Nakia, set in New Mexico, The mainstays of the CTV network's news and information programs return in the 1974-75 AM, going into its third full season, the CTV National News with Harvey Kirk, and W5, the television magazine show now entering its ninth year. SEVERAL RETURN Question Period, with Bruce Phillips as moderator and Charles Lynch and Doug Fisher as regular panelists, also re- turns to the CTV network Sunday afternoons, Ian Tyson and the Pig and Whistle are back on Mon- days, Marcus Welby MD, on Tuesdays, and live hockey telecasts or movies will again occupy most of Wednesday evenings. Three program series will run successively on CTV early Sunday evenings, starting with Oompapa, a beer-garden- style song and dance show from Vancouver, followed by Sing A Song with Bobby Gimby from Toronto, and later in the season, The John Allan Cameron Show from Montreal. CTV also is launching two new day-time game shows, It's Your Move from Montreal, and He Knows, She Knows, from Ottawa Early-morning programs include University of the Air, at 6 a.m., followed by Definition, described by the network as a hilarious new game show in which "yawn kippur" is defined as GERRY SAGE THE CAMERA AND YOU I will cover some of the problem areas that we discussed last week. "I took two or three pictures outside thai were darker than the others I This could be caused ay several things. If you have an automatic camera the chances are you got a false sky reading, the meter read the sky rather than your subject. In future, take a reading at your subject make your setting on manual and take your picture. If you cannot get to your subject tilt your camera down slightly make setting and take your picture. When using Instamatlc and manual cameras check to see if your subject was front lighted. Check for strong shadows. Many times when the day starts out bright and sunny tend to forget clouds can pass over your subject although, It Is sunny there Is a haze, this can affect your exposure from 1 to 2 stops of light. "I just shot my cousin's wedding and every second or third picture was dark and off If you used an electronic flash, It can be one of three main areas, your batteries were not fully charged or not fresh. Your ready light Indicator comes on before it is ready, or your guide number for your flash Is not right. The guide number the manufacture gives is Just a guide line. You should always run your own test. This suggested guide number may get you into the low color printing range but on occasion If you are out a little It drops into the stop range. You underexpose. Underexposed pictures tend to go Into cool light range. That's why they tend to be blue or green.Over- exposed pictures go Into light range, yellow, red. This Is not the same as the yellow light you get In the late afternoon. "The people are a good color taut the walls ara not the right Again the wails or other objects In the background will be under- exposed. Colors from other things, rugs, drapes, couches, clothes, etc. can be reflected .Into your picture when you Hash. All photofinlshers print for flesh tones. Next week we will discuss plclure problems. Courtesy of KWIK KOLOR Collage Mall Phone 397-4884 ;