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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Page Morning 5.55 B Farm News 6-00 O Telecourse B Yogi's Gang 6.30 O) Bugs Bunny 6 55 ID Thought for the Day 7 00 O Jeannie B Hong Kong Phooey ID University cf the Air 7.300) Gilhgan O Partridge Family B Rupert Bear O Valley of the Dinosaurs B Hound Cat O Pinnae hio B Devlin O Shazam ID Sea Lab 2020 B Korg B Tales of the Riverbank 9.00 B Roman Holidays B Super Friends Q Hartem Globetrotters B Alphabet Soup 9 30 B Jeannie B Hudson Brothers B Star Trek B These are the Days O U.S. of Archie B Flintstones B Fantastica O Fat Albert B Action '74 Yogi B Story Theatre B Speed Buggy 11 30 B Hudson Brothers B Goober B Scooby Doo B Football 12 00 8 Baseball B C F.L. Calgary at Ottawa B Buckshot B Survival B Travel '74 1.30 B Sports Digest B Wrestling 2 30 B Sports Week 3-00 a Pink Panther B Wrestling B Roller Derby B Wide World of Sports Sept. 14 3.30 a Run. Joe. Run 4.00 a Untamed World B World of Man B Outdoor Sportsman 4.30 B Rcasoner Report a News B Wide World of Sports B Klahame 5 00 8 Apples Way B Bugs Bunny B Good Ole Nashville Music 5.30 B Jimmy Dean Show B News 8 Lawrence Welk 8 B.C. Derby B Hollywood Palladium B Oil Report 6 30 B Kingo Bingo B Movie: An American Dream 7-00 B Emergency 8 Emergency B The New Land B Oscar Peterson a Movie KUitc B Kung Fu B Banjo Parlour B Zoo Gang B Movie. Nevada Smith B Bless This House B Rookies B Inside Canada a News a In the Mood 10-45 8 Police Woman B News B National B News B News B News B McGowan B Rock Concert News ID Cliff Edwards a Face to Face a Movie: Red River 12.15 B Movies: 1. Once Upon a Time in the West 2. Don't Just Stand There actor hasn't had a drink since 1948 LOS ANGELES (AP) The face is still round and puckish, the wit sharp and outrageous. But instead of dispensing posies and plunder to the Queen for a Day, Jack Bailey is wielding a paint brush and playing drunks in movies. "Funny thing, my play-, ing he mused, "I haven't had a drink since Oct. 8, 1948." Bailey's trimmed mustache and semi-bald pate were familiar to millions of housewives.dur- ing his 20-year run in radio and television with Queen for a Day. By the time the show shut down 10 years ago, he had crowned more than 000 queens and bestowed million worth of merchandise. The emcee-actor talked about his life with Queen for a Day and afterward during an interview at the Disney studio. He had just finished a role as a board member of a cereal company owned by Eve Arden in the super- natural comedy, the Strongest Man in the World. "It's the first time I've gone legit in quite a Bailey, reflected. "Mostly I've been playing drunks in films like How to_ Seduce a Woman series like Police Story and Emergency." A man who can tell the date of his last drink more than 25 years ago might seem to have had a drink- ing problem. True. Bailey did not hesitate to talk about it. "I drank because I liked to he said. "The tendency certainly wasn't inherited, because my mother was Iowa state president of the Women's Christian Temperance Union. "I never started fights in bars. I just became thick- tongued and slow-talking, and in radio that clock on the studio wall wouldn't wait. "Emcees who are half- stoned often think they are funnier than the comedy lead. They aren't." Bailey said he didn't realize he had a problem until he started a Ifabit of not going to work, "which can become a problem when you're doing a live show." He never missed a cue, but there were shows when his sparkle had the quality of day-old beer. The worst time he can recall was playing before for a Queen for a Day broadcast in Kansas City. The winner had a New Orleans address and Bailey's heavy tongue tripped over the French phrases. The announcer grabbed the envelope and finished the reading. How did he break out of the alcoholic haze? "I decided it was either me or the jug. And a group of friends helped me a lot." Nowadays he stocks every kind of liquor in his house and offers visitors their "but they have to pour Bailey continued a sober path with Queen for a Day until 1964, when ABC sum- 1IIIIIT-IIIIIITTTTTIITIIIII NOTE MIDNIGHT MOVIES THURSDAY Thursday, Sept 10 12 PHONE 328-1-'22 This is the Law rewards policeman This is the Law returns on CBC-TV this fall in a new prime time slot, and with a 'promotion' for one of its cast. SEE THE NEW ARRIVALS (OF 1974 DODGES AND CHRYSLERS) AT "KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD." 1974 DODGE DART SWINGERS ft SPORTS 6 cylinder or V8's, assorted colors, bucket or bench seats. Price form S4325 1974 CHRYSLERS NEW PORT NOW PORT CUSTOM NEW YORKER Good selection of equipment and colors. Priced from 5325 1974 CORONETS CHARGERS SEDAN HARDTOPS STATION WAGON MODELS Assorted colors. Priced form S4520 1 ONLY! 1974 IMPERIAL LEBARON 4 DOOR HARDTOP Low mileage demonstrator. "Loaded." Regular 9474 1974 MONACOS 4 DOOR SEDANS 2 door or 4 door hardtops. Great selection, sortie with air. Priced from 1974 DODGE PICKUPS 6 cylinder or V8, conventional or club cab. Priced from 4020 Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. 3rd Ave. and 11th St. S. Lethbridge Phone 328-9271 marily pulled the plug. "I was unhappy at first, but later I decided that it was a good thing. I didn't realize the pressure I was under until the show went off the Since then he has kept busy not only in films but as a star in summer theatres and dinner theatres, He has appeared in such shows as Hello Dolly, Take Me Along, Show Boat and Generation. He has" also had success as a painter and produced an instruction kit, How to Brush Your Cares Away. The new slot is Mondays at p.m. (an hour earlier than last putting the popular half hour panel show in the en- viable position of running between the audience grabbing Mary Tyler Moore Show and Cannon. And the aforementioned promotion goes to the man who plays TITL's ever alert cop, 'Sergeant' Bob Warner, formerly a 'Con- stable', who received the mock upgrading from producer Nigel Napier Andrews because of his "outstanding arrest record." "Bob has put the arm on The Lawbreaker 268 times over the past five says Napier Andrews. "But he really out did himself this summer while we were filming sequences for up- coming shows 108 The hapless victim of Sgt. Warner's uncanny ability to spot odd and ob- scure laws being broken is actor Paul Soles. GERRY SAGE THE CAMERA AND YOU! Let's carry on with pic- ture problems. Have you ever had an entire roll go oil color? This can be due to many factors. Here are some of them. 1. Old film can go many colors but tends to go yellow In the sky or where there Is blue In your pic-' ture. Most people would never think of buying But- dated film but will keep ex- posed film around for a long time before getting It developed. Exposed film tends to deteriorate more quickly than unexposed film. 2. Heat will spoil a roll of film more quickly than anything. It Is the most common cause of color shifts- In your pictures. As I have stressed before, store your film In a cool place. 3. Sometimes the prob- lem Is underexposures. Check your negatives for underexposures. Underex- posures tend to go Into the cool light range In your prints or slides. The cool light range Is usually blue but sometimes green. If your whole roll or a great portion of It Is this way, have your camera checked. 4. Buy your film at a .store that carries new and fresh film. This wlil help alleviate problems. Color film Is made up of three layers of dyes (red, green and blue) on a film base. If one or all of these dyes are ad- versely affected, a color balance In your prints or slides Is Impossible. Use your pictures as your guide. They will tell you If you are having problems and what these problems might be (storage, camera, flash, etc.) If we can be of any help, just give us a call. Have a good week! KWIK KOLOR College Mall Phone 327-4884 Reliable Carpet Care STEAM CLEANING 327-4493 Member of Alberta Rug Aiioclellon with aver 7 yean experience ;