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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July LETHBRiDGE HERALO-7 Wilson gov't lagging Bum reputation k.1 Qnut A puzzles ex-actor LONDpN A new public opinion poll gives the Conservatives a six-per- cent lead over Britain's governing Labor the Sunday The reports. The paper says this is the largest lead the Conservatives have held in any similar sur- vey since the general election in when Labor just scraped into office. TV highlights TUESDAY COMEDY Snoop Ch. 13. Ernesta is receiving strange phone calls from a dear old friend. Sam Geraldine Neva Patterson. 90 mins. MOVIE COMEDY The Gun and the Ch. 11. A gunslinger poses as a preacher to escape a posse. Marjoe David Huddles Slim Pickens. 90 mins. 10 Ch. 7. The era of great inventions which lead to the birth of an industrial is the theme of this program. 60 mins. MOVIE Operation Mad 12 Ch. 7. A soldier plots to keep the site of an off-limits bash secret from a promotion mad officer. Jack Ernie Kovacs. 2 hrs. WEDNESDAY MOVIE 1 Ch. 13. Soap opera con- tinental shop girl becomes star of a dance troupe. Silvana Shelley Michael Rennie. 90 mins. MOUNTAIN DEW'S RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stat- ions. Any variation in program schedule is due to last- minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibility of Chinook Beverages Limited or The Leth- bridge Herald. Monday thru Friday b 50 Kami News 7 30 Newt Wthr Sport 5 00 Probe 1220 b 00 World at Six 8 35 Phone Bill Show 12 HOur of Information 1 00 News and Grain Prices CHEC 1090 9 00 Checlme 12 30 News 1 00 Grdin Prices 5 00 News Wthr Sports CJOC 1220 5 00 Probe 1220 5 25 Sports 5 40 Mjrket Report 50 Local News K 00 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 Monday thru Friday d 00-S 00 j ni Dun McMaster 9 00 m -1 00 p m C'oncic s Carousel 00 b 00 p m Don McMaster Ik- Tuesday 7 00 As it Happens 8'00 Tuesday Night 10 00 News. Sports 10 10 From The Capitals 10 15 Five Nights A Week 10 10 Di Bundolas Pandemonium H'0.1 HupcrsUnd Rock Slide Wednesday Morning Wann-Ups h 05 CjlRjn Kve Opener 8 00 World at Kight K 10 Opener b 00-10 00 p m Del King 10 00-12 Midnight Concerts. Overtures and Encores 12 00 Midnight Sign Oft on Mon- dav Tuesday thru Friday Del King CBR 1010 9 00 World at Nine 9 13 This Country In The Summer 10 51 Time Sipnal 12 01 Radio Noon 1 20 Summer Scene 1 55 Slock Market 2 03 Summer Scene 2 .10 01 f the Record 3 30 Hancock's Half Hour 4 00 BBC News 4 05 Home Run b Woild at Six Wardrobes worth S250 each or 2500 pairs of Slacks Tuesday 5 00 O Hollywood Squares O News ID Password 5.25 Lucy 5 30 O News News O News 5 55 News 6-00 Q Maude O Emergency O News 6.30 Beat the Clock Truth or Consequences Q Sanford and Son Happy Days Oscar Peterson O George Hamilton IV O Adam 12 7-30 Mystery Movie. The Snoop Sisters O All In The Family O Hollywood Squares Movie The Gun The Pulpit 8.00 O Mary Tyler Moore O 8.30 O Police Story O Dirty Sally 9-00 Marcus Welby O Hawaii Five-O Marcus Welby 9.30 O V.I.P. 10.00 O Mews News Kojak O America 10-30 O Tonight Show O Wind Across The Everglades 11.00 News O National News O News 11.30 O Country Way 12.00 Merv Griffin Q Movie- Operation Mad Ball 2-00 a Wrestling Wednesday Morning 6 15 O Understanding Our World O Salute to Agriculture Farm News 0 Thought for the Day 0 Canada A.M. O Today Show Captain Kangaroo 8.00 Pmnochio O Today in Montana News 8.30 O Wizard or Oz Romper Room O Gambit 8 45 O Farm Facts 9-00 Fred Davis O Now You See It ID Audrey O Frontier Collection 9.30 SB University of the Air O Ed Allen O Hollywood Squares Jack Lalanne 10 00 ffi Yoga O Mon Giant O Jackpot ID Young and Restless 10-30 O Mr Dress Up 0 Search For Tomorrow O Celebrity Sweepstakes OD Pay Cards 10 55 O NBC News 11 00 O Sesame Street Free Easy ID All My Children O Winning Stteak 11-30 0 As The World Turns ffi Galloping Gourmet O Let's Make A Deal 12.00 IB Eye Bet O Days of Our Lives O Unrfe Bobby Newlywed Game Bewitched O Doctors O Truth or Consequences ID News 1 00 IB Movie- Mambo O Movie- Jesse Gil O Another World ID General Hospital 1 30 O Match Game ID One Life to Live 2-00 Ot Pyramid O Tattletalpc 2.30 IB Somerset O Mike Douglas ID Name That Tune Our Town 3-00 0 Thirty From ID Another World Jeopardy What's the Good Word Edge of Night Girl In My Life 4-00 0 Forest Rangers a Anything You Can Do 8 Joker's Wild a Split Second 4.30 a Odessey 8 News a The Rookies a Brady Bunch LOS ANGELES never been locked I've never taken a I never hurt and I gave all my money away. So how come I got this bum George Raft was speaking about the knocks he has taken in the press and from the law during his career as a movie tough guy. Still dapper at 78 but slowed down by he wonders why his screen reputation has been transferred to his private life. suppose it started because I danced in the New York night spots during the he said. guys who owned those places were mobsters like Owney Madden. they were the the and anybody who worked in those joints had to deal with Over the Raft's name has been mentioned in investigations of the un- but he says he has never had any connection. Raft feels the toughest blow of all came in 1967 when he was barred from Britain as an He had been fronting for a London his last full-time employment. worst part is that they never accused me of he said. Throughout the 1930s and 1940s Raft was one of Hollywood's highest-paid leading men. In 1946 his ear- nings were Then film styles and Raft began playing cameo roles. The money partly because of Raft's 45-year sup- port of his estranged wife. They had met and married in vaudeville .but soon drifted apart. She would never divorce him. He said he paid Grayce Mulrooney Raft more than a million dollars by the time of her death in 1970. Raft's money problems mounted in recent es- pecially with the Internal Revenue Service. He now lives alone in an spending after- noons as a greeter in the Beverly Hills office of a Las Vegas hotel. River rumbling backdrop for entertainment centre GEORGE RAFT Actress requests jury trial on 'tax case9 Blister delays comedian Pa. Activist-comedian Dick Gregory has been ordered to take a 48-hour rest in an 800- mile Chicago to Washington. run he is making to dramatize the world food shortage. An aide said that Dr. Roger a Chicago examined Gregory this week and ordered the rest because of a severe blister on Gregory's right foot. The aide also said Gregory had cal- deep-seated corns on the balls of both feet and test- lanus Ont. With the Grand River rumbling through the Elora Gorge as an ambitious com- bination of studio and theatre has opened here in this village -of about 40 miles northwest of Toronto. Rebecca and Glen two former York University hope it will a place to sit and drink coffee or be enter- The first part of the com- plex to open was the 200-seat outdoor which featured a film showing of Romeo and Juliet. The out- door cinema will operate all summer until an indoor cinema is completed next fall. the cafe and cabaret opened in a renovated 140- year-old stone and wood house they have taken over. The cabaret will feature live entertainment throughout the summer with plans for a vari- ety of entertainment to carry on into the winter. In front of the house Elora's first outdoor cafe will open serving light and a specialty of coffees and teas. Also housed in the building will be a theatre workshop un- der the direction of Bob An- artistic director of the Grand River Travelling a small theatre in the will spend the The which will re- summer touring southwestern hearse on the premises and Ontario performing in small hold participatory workshops towns and college campuses. AUDITIONS FOR PLAYGOERS FALL PRODUCTION WILL BE HELD ON MY 31 p.m. BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE New Members WASHINGTON Actress Gloria Swanson says the Internal Revenue Service wrongly assessed her more Record corn crop hinted WASHINGTON The United States agriculture department has trimmed 2.2 per cent off the top of its predicted estimate of the 1974- 75 corn crop because of dry weather this month. The range of 5.95 to 6.22 billion bushels now projected still will be a record the department said today. Two weeks the corn produc- tion range was placed at 5.95 billion to 6.35 billion bushels. The Board also dropped its prospective figures for the combined feed grains and for soybeans. It further explained that a 31-million bushel un- derestimate of the July 1 carryover of wheat was caus- ed by reduced feeding of that major grain to livestock. WEED DISCRIMINATES The Russian thistle or tum- bleweed has become common in all Canadian provinces ex- cept Newfoundland. than in back taxes by disallowing business deduc- tions and following a policy she says discriminates against unmarried taxpayers. In a petition filed last week in United States tax the 75-year-old film and stage star requested jury trial on the tax case. Miss Swanson says her federal income-tax liability was increased by about in 1969 and 1970 because she was then unmarried. Her fifth and last to invest- ment broker William ended in divorce in 1948. Her petition argues that because she was she could not take advantage of a provision allowing married taxpayers to avoid higher tax brackets by filing combined returns. The actress is president of a Fifth Avenue fashion firm in New York and vice-president of Puritan Dress Mass. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre BELT starring Jim Kelly. July 31. Tuesday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre ON in color. Starring Sidney James and Joan Simms July 30. Show at p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre July 30. Show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre Starring Gene Hackman. July 31. Tuesday shows at and p.m. UCTXONfU.OCK MASTERCHARGE iiW CHARGEX 2508-2nd Ave. North See Classified Section for a more complete ACTION BY License No. 077855 Phone 327-1222 college cinema STARTS TOMORROW and p.m. Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE 01 Yeller. 9 45 Incredible Journey. 3.25. 8.25 Last complete show 8-25 Family entertainment PARAMOUNT CINEMA Mame- No short subjects Two complete shows- 7 00 and 910 Family entertainment COLLEGE CINEMA Short subjects. 9 10 Apprenticeship Duddy 9.20 Last complete show 9 10 not suitable for children GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE Charlie Varnck. 9.45 Women In Limbo. One complete show 9-45 Gates open 9-00 not suitable for children TODAY and WED WncwdiHe IS ONE OF THE MOST AND FUN MOVIES YOU OR YOUR FAMILY WILL EVER SEE. MATINEE WED. at p.m. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT THE THREE MUSKETEERS ALEXANDER SALKIND OLIVER REED RAQUEL WELCH RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN MICHAEL D FRANK FINLAY CHRISTOPHER LEE GERALDINE CHAPLIN THE THREE MUSKETEERS SIMON WARDAodFAYE DUNAWAYos CHARLTON Ends OF OUDDY KRAVITZ green acres drive-in WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY IN THE TRADITION OF SOLOMON'S AND HOW THE GREATEST ADVENTURE OF THEM ALL ADULT MGM Presents mnB ROD TAYLOR-ANNE HEYWOODJEAN SORE Hit No. OUTSIDE MAN LAST TIME TONIGHT I IN with WALTER MATTHAU in Color GATES OPEN 9 P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW P.M. aramount STARTS TOMORROW Robbing 36 banks was easy. Watch what happens when they hit the 37th. YTD 00SAY ADULT NOT .SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN LIKE US' I IKT I NS I niLVLG LIlVL UO -.KEITHCARRADlNE-SHEUfYDUVALL-JOHNSCHUCK BERTREMSEN JERRY BlCK ENDS with Lucilli Bill ;