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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY al Frank Altkens SUPERIOR GULF SERVICE 16lh Ave. and Mayor Magrath Dr Phone 327-0313 The Letkbridge Herald TELEVISION GUIDE KING KOIN LAUNDERETTE Fall is time for Dry Cleaning Phone S8-SM4 3 Ave. 12 St. B. S. Hours MM. ttni Fn. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13.1974 LISTINGS FOR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 TO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 Learning the beat Kent McCord stars as Officer Jim Reed, a probation officer learning to develop qualities that go into the making of a good policeman. Sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, the life of a policeman is not dull, as demonstrated in "Adam-12" an authentic police action program this fall on the CTV net- work. I I SPOTLIGHT Population problem The human race is populating spaceship earth at the rate of a net increase of two new human beings per second. Short of unprecedented dis- aster, today's world population will double in about three decades to some six and one half billions. Yet man's food resources are finite. And even today millions are starving in some parts of the globe, while farmers deliberately destroy crops in other regions. The very survival of civilization may be at stake unless there is a universal effort to de fuse the population explosion and at the same time to narrow the widening gulf separating the haves and have nots. These are some of the fundamental issues ex- plored and analyzed in a trilogy of major film documentaries entitled Elements of Survival to be telecast Sundays, Sept. 15, 22 and 29 on the CBC network. Explorer enters forest German explorer Hermann Schlenker leads a film expedition up the violent Orinoco river of South America, to the highland home of the river people, known to the outside world as the Ma- quiritare. There is no record of any traveller probing further into the untracked forest before this, as CTV's "Untamed World" shows us the primitive world of Maquiritare telecasting Sunday. I I Russian hockey Host Johnny Esaw calls the exciting play by play action as Team Canada takes on the Russians in the first of eight televised hockey matches from across Canada and from Moscow telecasting live, from Quebec, Tuesday on the CTV Television Network. This is the first of four games to be telecast by CTV. The remaining four are to be telecast through CBC facilities jointly arranged by the technical staff of CTV and the CBC under tfie guidance of Joe Colson, CTV's director of broad- cast services and Fred Jones of the CBC. Music Machine shifts Strictly speaking. Music Machine isn't return- ing this fall. This season it's Keith Hampshire's Music Machine and while at first glance the distinc- tion may seem to be in name only, there are some differences in the old and new CBC-TV pop music series. First off, encouraged by last year's viewing response, CBC music variety heads this year have Hampshire's show scheduled to run S; Wednesday nights at starting September 18. The switch to a prime time groove moves it from its previous slot of late Saturday after- g noons. I MONDAY MORINING EARLY BIRD SPECIALS AT TERRY BLANDS JUST ARRIVED Another shipment of ZENIT SINGLE REFLEX CAMERAS Nowhere can you buy a camera with all these features at these remarkable prices. ZENIT SLR complete with F3.5 Pentax mount interchangeable lens, shutter speeds to second, built in time delay, built In exposure metre, complete with case and instructions for 66 95 ZENIT With the F2 Pentax mount inter- changeable lens, and all fea- tures of the F3.5 for 92 95 Open Mon. thru Sat., a.m. p.m. College Mall till 9 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. 1224-3rd Ave. S. 327-2673 TERRY BLAND College Mall 329-0211 PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. Taber 223-2402 ;