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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tim iGnelle: Mon.. December 2, 1971 Television Today By Jay Sharbutt Lloyd Bridges And His Sons NEW YORK
ackgrounds and diverse views." Massachusetts Gov. Sargent said the G.O.P. has exclusive club for too ong." Milliken, who will be one of ust two Republican governors n the nation's 10 -largest states, old a reporter at Sund'ay ight's reception at ithe vay Arch that "the party has a great future but we're going to aye to broaden our base." Later Sunday night, iie issued i statement declaring that any trategy rejecting, that view "is ot only morally wrong but also "olitically stupid." Scope of Defeat Milliken also 'declared that the ooner Republicans accept the cope of their Nov. 5 defeat, put it' behind us and move ggressively toward reconstruc- on, the healthier it Iwill be for IB party as a whole." Earlier Sunday, Dunn told re- orters that President Ford hould look "very carefully" at increase in the -gasoline tax i order, to reduce U.S. reliance n Middle Eastern oil. He said -the federal govern- lent will have to compel the American public "to be without certain amount of fuel" but aid any increase in the gas tax lould be accompanied by re- ates to those who have low in- omes or use their cars for ork. Extremely Tough Dunn conceded -that politically t would be extremely tough" ut added, "A President has got _be willing in these days to a'ke the hard decisions and to orry about his popularity as a coiidary factor." -r Dunn's comments received lit- e support from other early ar- vals. "I doirt think a tax on gaso- e is a viable said ind. Milliken! said! he felt it ould further hurt the au- mobile industry, while Ben- tt said he feared it would hurt e poor. Jetliner Crew Foils Hijacker KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) A Pakistani youth tried .to hi- jack a Swiss Air. jetliner on a [light between Bombay and Ka- rachi Sunday, but was bverpow- members and ipeline Workers Die om Methane Leak ABILENE, Texas (AP) Five en died Sunday night (when ey were overcome by meth- e gas, which apparently ked from a pipeline ttiey re repairing near this West xas city, 'authorities said. One her man working on the pipe s missing. Take a Cut SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Don't feel guilty about hurting tile forest by culling down a Christmas tree this year. The Western Timber Assn. says thin- ning of wild trees can help the forest to grow better. For your listening enjoyment DIRECTLY FROM THE STAGE OF THE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE INNEWYORK These live broadcasts, heard throughout the United Slates over the Texaco-Metropolilan Opera Radio Network, and in Canada over the CBC English and French Radio Networks, are proudly presented by DALE'S FRESH FRUIT BASKETS THEY'RE TO SWEETEST GIFTS! This season's broadcasts will be the 35lh consec- ulive year of Texaco's exclusive sponsorship. SATURDAY RADIO SCHEDULE subject to change DATE OPERA COMPOSER 137.4 Dec. 7 ROMEO ET JULIETTE (Counoif) DEC. 14 DEATH IN VENICE (NewUBritten) Dsc. 21 JENU7A (New] (lanaceU Dec. .28 TURANDOT (Puccini) 1975 ill- 4 1'ITALIAMA IN ALCERI (Rossini) Jan. 11 MAOAMA BUTTERFLY (Puccini) Jan. IB I PAGLIACCI (Leoncavallo) Jan. 25 BORIS CODUNOV (New) (Mussorgsky) fen. 1 DON GIOVANNI (Moiarl) Feb. 8 TOSCA [Puccini) 15 DAS RHEINGOLD (Wagner) Feb. 22 BLUEBEARD'S CASTLE (Hew) (Barlok) GIANNI SCHICCHI (Puccini) Mar. 1 DIE WALKUERE (Wagner) 12-00 Mar. 8 MANON tESCAUT (Puccini) 1-00 Hsr.15 SIEGFRIED (Wazncr) Mir.22 Mar. 29 Apr. 5 FALSTAFF (Verdi) Apr. 12 IVESPRI SICILIAN! (Verdi) Apr. 19 TUNE IN .WGN-720, WOI-640, WSUI-910 Mississippi and turned over to police at Karachi First of three one-hour telecasts Billy Tedd Smi'in-Jota Innes and special Norira Zimmcr-Mynte M-Tlic Joyous Celebration- KimWickcs-ManuBlBunilla-Maik and Diane Yasutara, Doc. 2 7 PM Doc. 3 9 PM SUBJECT SUOJECT "Timeand Eternity" "The Stumbling Block" Dec. 4- 9PM stmJccT "Free At Last"
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