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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta __THE LtmBriiuwc Week-end Terrific Buys PLEASURE MX Assorted chocolate coated candies and nuts. 11b. bag 63' DARE CANDY Selected varieties in fan top bags....... HI RISE BICYCLES frame complete with kick eland and chain guard. 2 PIECE LUGGAGE SET Available in blue or TERRY TOWEL BEACH TOWELS With colorful design. Approx MEN'S SPORT BAG Vinyl lined in red or blu6 TABLECLOTH polyester. Approx sq CUSHIONED TOPPED CLOTHES HAMPER Smartly styled. Available in rier.nrative colors PIECE DINNERWARE SET Choose from 3 distinctive patterns 99 STYROFOAM COOLERS Great for the family outings. Approx. 28 qt. capacity. Makes film debut Actor-producer Warren Beatty introduces Carrie 17-year-old daughter of Debbie Reynolds and Eddie Fisher who makes her film debut in Beatty's production of Debbie made her film bow about 25 years ago singing Want to be Loved By Carrie doesn't sing the observers but acts it out. Beatty is also in the along with Julie Christie and Goldie Hawn. Awarded TV Emmy for story APPROX. SLEEPING BAGS Everyone in the family should have one at this price....... GARCIA ROD REEL All metal gears with anti- reverse. 6' 2-piece fiber- glass rod................. OSCILLATING LAWN SPRINKLER Covers up to 2200 sq. ft..................... 8 BAR-BE-CUE Adjustable grill with tripod legs....... TALKING DOLLS RAGGEDY ANN ANDY 8 different 9K phrases..................... W LAWN CKAISETTE Relax this summer with a comfortable lounge. LOS ANGELES The National Academy of Televi- sion Arts and Sciences chang- ed its mind Wednesday and awarded Earl Hammer an Emmy for a story he wrote for The Waltons. creator of the wrote The Thanksgiv- ing Story episode in story and Joanna Lee adapted it into a script that won her a national Emmy at the awards ceremonies. 2 SPEED to really keep you cool. flT PAYS TO LEASED __ Uniting your working capital Laming reliable transportation al low ceil. You jutt a contract and pay ONE regular monthly IM. Your Include licence and coverage. Contact BORIS Leasing and Dept. BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE LEASING AND INSURANCE DIVISION 2nd 9th ST. S. PHONE 328-1101 PRE-CUT MATERIAL Choose from many patterns and colors SKIRT LENGTH Everything needed to make a skirt out of neospun jersey- solid colors GILLETTE RIGHT GUARD 13oz. aerosol can............. 88 BAYER ASPIRIN DRESS PACK Pack includes all the trimmings to make a full length dress For fast pain relief. 100 tablets per bottle. NOXEMA 2-4 oz. jars to help soothe your sunburn. 85e 153 IDEAL LADIES' COSMETIC BAGS 2 sizes of colorful floral prints par pkg. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH THIS WEEK at P.M. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No under 16 allowed ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS NIOHTLY TILL JULY 20th Sally Bee and The Plainsmen UPSTAIRS JULY 20th Johnny Lerner Combo POCKET BOOKS Choose from many titles and authors. 3590 BABY SCOTT DIAPERS 12 pinless diapers per pkg............... CHILDREN'S TOYS Assorted clearance toys priced to clear......... 66 25' GAP 200 POCKET CAMERA This tiny camera shoots big colorful pictures. PORTABLE RECORD PLAYER Ideal for the kiddies. Clearance price SANYO solid state with 1 O screen........... I I LADIES' SANDALS 2 styles to choose from. 2 WHOOP-UP DAYS at the NAVY and AIR FORCE VETERANS CLUB LETHBHIDGEUNITN0.34 JULY 19th -12 Noon to 8 p.m. DINING ROOM SPECIAL Usual Special in the lounge Entertainment by Courtesy of Pres. Jack Lakie FOR MEMBERS and INVITED GUESTS MEN'S A BOYS' PANTS Choose from checked and plain broken sizes. FLANNEL SHIRTS Lumberjack 4MEN'S T-SHIRT Three styles to choose cotton or acrylic knit................... LADIES' BABY DOLLS Cotton and fortrel blend in pastel shades. Sizes S.M.L. LADIES'ft MISSES' KNEE HIGHS Summer shades. One size fits all.......... LADIES' SWIM SUIT Choose from one or two piece............... VI Choose from one or 9 H two piece.................... S50 BABY BONUS PRIZE All you do to baconw ollglbla la to eaah your family allowance chaqut at Woolwortha. Master-charge 2508-2nd Ave. N. Due to the Auction Blocks Participation in Whoop-Up Days Celebrations there will be NO SALE TONIGHT We will be having an ANTIQUE and BY-GONE SALE July 20th p.m. action by License No. 077855 327-1222 No rush on actors for taxes WASHINGTON A list of entertainers' tax audit results prepared by the United States Internal Revenue Ser- vice for the White House in 1971 shows repeated five and even six-figure assessments were made for unpaid income taxes. The list was released yesterday as evidence in the House of Representatives judiciary committee's im- peachment investigation. It was prepared by the IRS in order to convince aides of President Nixon that tax collectors were not harassing actor John a political supporter of Nixon. Memos and testimony from former White House investigator John Caulfield in- dicate the material was prepared by Vernon then an IRS assistant com- missioner. He gave it to who passed it on Oct. to John then White House counsel. The listing showed Wayne had been assessed in taxes for for for and was under audit for the years 1967-69 as well as a re audit for 1966. Caulfield said Acree compil- ed information on six other entertainers plus Governor Ronald Reagan of a former who were deemed to be in a similar financial situation to Wayne. Other actors and actresses under investigation by the IRS include Richard Sammy Davis Jerry Peter Fred Gary Lucille and Frank Sinatra. CARROL O'CONNOR TV star remains hold-out LOS ANGELES Carroll television's Archie did not show up yesterday for the taping of the first fall show of All in the O'Connor filed suit last month against Tandem owners of the show. He sought a clarifica- tion of his contract and demanded he main- tained was owed him in back salary. Tandem apparently does not plan to replace O'Connor in the popular CBS show. The company has three scripts in hand in which the action centres on characters played by Jean Rob Reiner and Sally Struthers. Executive producer Norman Lear has indicated he will order O'Connor per- manently written out of the show if he does not return within three weeks. Oldest Osmond married Utah Sandwiching the ceremony between Las Vegas perfor- Alan Osmond of the Osmond Brothers singing group was wed yesterday to Suzanne a Brigham Young University cheerleader. The wedding culminated what described as a with Miss of Spanish Utah. The bride said Osmond came down to the floor to introduce himself after a basketball game last TV highlights THURSDAY MOVIE Robinson Crusoe and the 6 Ch. 7. A simplified version of Daniel Defoe's desert-island classic. Hugo Stieglitz. 2 hrs. MOVIE Halls of 7 Ch. 9. Racial conflict in a ghetto high a tense melodrama. Calvin Janet Jeff Bridges. 2 hrs. MOVIE Evel 7 Ch. 13. A motorcycle daredevil engages in a battle of skills with a female cyclist. Sam Karen Philipp. In the South 8 Ch. 7. The transition from agriculture to tourism is examined during a visit to Fiji's main land. MYSTERY Tight as a 9 Ch. 7. About the murder of a student's father during a school graduation. Howard 90 min. MOVIE Advance to the Ch. 11. A wacky Civil War farce involving a company of Union misfits and an attractive spy. Glenn Stella Stevens. 2 hrs. MOVIE Chamber of 12 Ch. 7. Macabre tale about an insane killer. Patrick O'Neal. 90 min. FRIDAY MOVIE The 1 Ch. 7. This is about recruits at the close of World War II. Tommy Pete Julie Newmar. 90 min. MOUNTAIN DEW'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS listed by tfie R.idio and Television s Any v.an.ilion in program schedulers due to List utp h'y the sla-li'oirs and is not ihty ol ChmnoH I muted or- LeH' qr Herald CHEC 1090 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6-50 Farms News 7-30 Wthr Sport 9.00 12.30 News 1.00 Gram Prices 5.00 News. WLhr. Sports CJOC 1220 Probe 1220 5.25 Sports 5 40 Market Report 5 41 Local News 6.00 World at Six 7.50 News. Wthr Sports 12 00 Hour of Information 1 00 News and Grain Prices CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6-00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts. 6-00-9-00 a m Don McMaster Overtures and Encores 9-00 a m -3 00 p m 12 00 Midnight Sign Off on Monday Concie's Carousel Tuesday thru Friday Del 3-00-6-00pm Don McMaster King CBR 1010 THURSDAY 6 30 As It Happens 8 03 Themes and Variations 10 00 News 10 10 From the Capitals 10-15 Five Nights A Week 10 30 Music and Opinion 11.03 The Inner Ear FRIDAY 5 30 Warm-Ups 6.05 Calgary Eye Opener 8.00 World at Eight 8 10 Eye Opener 9 00 World at Nine 9 Countrv in the Summer 10 59 Time Signal 12 03 Radio Noon 1.20 Summer Scene 1.55 Stock Market 2 03 Summer Scene 2-30 Off the Record 3-30 Hancock' Half Hour 4 00 BBC Newb 4-05 Home Run 6 00 World at Six 5-00 O Hollywood Squares O News O Password Lucy News O News O News 5 55 News 6-00 CD News O Waltons O Robinson Crusoe the Tiger Ok Truth or Consequences 09 Beat the Clock 7.00 OD Temperature's Rising Evel Knievel O Halls of Anger 7-30 Sanford and Son OD Firehouse 8.00 Kung Fu flD Ironside O South Seas 8.30 O Ceilidh 9-00 flD Streets of San Francisco O Tight as a Drum Six Million Dollar Man O Ironside ID Sing a Good Song 10.00 OD Streets of San Francisco O News ONews O Tonight Show O Tommy Banks flD Advance to the Rear OOflD News 0 News 11 -20 a News flD News O Whoop-Up Hihtes BOur Town at Whoop-Up Days B Movie- Chamber of Horrors Frozen Dead 01 Merv Griffin O Understanding Our World O Salute to Agriculture OJ Farm News B Thought for the Day B Canada A.M. 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