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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY 6 Ch. 7. The Los Angeles Dodg- 5rs meet the Expos in Montreal. CFL 8 Ch. 13. The Toronto lauts meet the Eskimos in Edmonton. Lawrence 9 Ch. 7. The vacation mood takes over the program with far-away places and resorts set to music. Paul Horn Ch. 13. Singer Judy Ginn joins Paul and the quintet. Merv 12 Ch. 13. The golden days of radio are discussed with Edgar Mel Ezra Stone and other guests. MOVIE New Ch. 7. Paris is the setting with a girl-chasing editor seeking advice from an analyst who has problems of his own. THURSDAY MOVIE Ch. 13. A wartime farce abcut a company of WRENS who plan to take over command of a ship to prove their skill as sailors. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to lost-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of The Lethbridge Herald. CHEC Worley McGlll and Alian Bell Contemporary Contemporary Leo Dow Farm Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Buryl Clark News Bunj Clarke Farm News Cattle Prio Doug Marvin Music We Remember News News Sports Bob Hssketh Chec-line Chec Trading Leo Dow John Oliver Farm News Cattle Prices News Sports Grain Prices Oliver Post Call of the Land King Jack Neufeld Paul Tessler CJOC News with Bill Red Bill Sport Brent and Don Farm and Ranch Doug Card _ Memories with George Brown Sunday Mornings WEDNESDAY NICHT Jim Elliot Sport Probe 1220 CBC News News and Grain John Charles Show Sport Prices World at Six Phone Bill Show Jack Stan Bailley Show Jim Elliot Summer John Charles Show Jim Parsons Show Show Probe 1220 Bowie Show Jack Thys John Charles Show THURSDAY ProM 1220 World at Six CHEC-FM 100.9 MONDAY thru FRIDAY SATURDAY 4 noon 4 a.m.-l2 noon Don McMaster Don McMasler U noon-4 p.m. Dsil-O 12 noon-4 p.m. 4 p.m.-10 p.m. Don Hedman Don Hedman 4 p.m.-l a.m. Dell-O 10 p.m.-12 midnight SUNDAYS Overtures 4 a.m.-l p.m. Encores Overtures and Encores 1-2 p.m. The Hour 2-4 p.m. Don Hedman 4 p.m.-l 2 midnight Ovtflurtt and Encores CBR Rodio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NICHT World it Six Al It Happens Concern Wthr From the Capitals Five Nights a Week That's the Way It Goes News Time Signal Written In Rock Radio Noon News stockmnrket THURSDAY Holiday Warmup Bob Kerr Eye Opener BBC News World at t Home Run Eye Opener News World At Nine World at t This Country AS It Don't Miss Reading The Lethbridge Herald CHINOOK COMING OUT TUESDAY with your copy of The Southern Alberta's LARGEST Rural Circulation Readers CJOC-TV Channel 7 WEDNESDAY NIOHT Hollywood CJOC News Baseball Ch. Sports Report Lawrence Welk Laugh In News CJOC News Crossfire cat THURSDAY Pinocchio Farm and City 9.00 Ed Allen Sing-A-Long Jubilee Mon Ami Friendly Giant Mr. Dress Up Sesame Street Movie industry- finds new hope Wlwts New Bevsiiy LOS ANGELES The movie which is always ooking for has found an ptimdstic note in the box-office igures for 1973. The a stabilizing f the film market. One of the many afflictions of tie movie business has been the xwjm-or-bust syndrome. Com- anies which were lucky to lave huge moneymakers such as Love The Trench Connection or The God- ather realized enough prosper- ty to offset losses on a dozen other films. But when companies contin- ued for two or three years with- out such the re- sult was a tidal wave of red ink. The trend may be dimin- ishing. A survey by Daily Variety of the top films of the first half of 1973 shows some interesting re- sults. By far the top money- maker was The Poseidon Ad- which drew in mil- lion from U.S. and Canadian theatres. But The Poseidon Adventure didn't take all the cream off the movie as did runaway hits of previous years. There was plenty left over for other attractions. Even though this year's receipts show a decline of 11 per cent from industry leaders find solace in the fact that more movies are contrib- uting to the total. The trend has resulted from two are trying to supply well-rounded programs of films rather than concentrating on multi-million-dollar mov- es that may or nay not strike public fancy. companies are releas- ing their product in an orderly way throughout the rather lian bunching them into the loliday periods when attend- ance is 'highest. Here are the top films for the first six months of the in order of The Poseidon De- Last Tango in Five Fingers of Sounder The Heartbreak Kid and Pete 'n' Tillie. Hillbillies Tru1h or Consequences Let's Make a Nancy Miller Gelioplng Gourmet Luncheon Date Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood Squirts Lethbridge Channel 13 Ch. WEDNESDAY NIGHT Thought for Day Matinee Wovle- University Air Petticoat Pirates Canada A.M. EyebeT Romper Room Somerset Yoga Another World with Tracy Whots the Good Beat the Clock Mannlx CFL Paul Horn Show Newt News Pierre Berton Merv Griffin THURSDAY Uncle Bobby Supermarket Pierre Berton 55 North Maple Family Affair Word Anything You Can Do Bucfc Stot Star Trek KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 Ch. WEDNESDAY News Ntwl Bob Ntwhart Mystery Movie Cannon Mannlx News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World NIGHT f.iS Salute Agriculture Today Snow Joker's Pyramid Wizard of Odds Hollywood jeopardy who What Game News Baffled As the World Turns News Doctors Another World New Match Squares Secret Storm Mike Douglas Snow Today in Montana News News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 Ch. NIOHT WEDNESDAY News Truth or Consequences Love thy Neighbor A Great American Tragedy Owen Shootout at Al1 My Children THURSDAY News Captain Kangaroo News Audrey Jacl Newlywcd News General Hospital to Days of our Lives Dinah's Place Three on Mitch Girl In My LHt Split Second Brady Bunch Pasiwora News AMBASSADOR NAMED SAN Calif James a ca reer has been namec United States ambassador to Saudi President Nixon announced Monday. 46 will succeed Nicholas Thatcher who is returning to Washington to take a post in the state de- partment. MA GEORGESON'S SOUTHERN STYLE FOOD TAKE OUT OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. Westminster Shopping Mall 425 13th St. N. Phone 328-0334' nrnTn .brnln i o u u K t at CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre In color. Starring Sidney Poit- Barbara McNair and Gerald S. O'Loughlin. Wed- August 29 at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK-Fox Theatre IS THE In Technicolor. Wednesday and Thursday. August 29 and 30. Wednesday Show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower Theatre In color. Starring Adam Roark. Motor- cycle Action. August 29. Shows at and p.m. Restricted Adult. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Awrwe South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th GAME JACKPOT In 55 NOS. in 56 NOS. in 57 NOS. If no bingo called after 57 Numbers we will continue for 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT IN 50 NOS. NO ONE UNOEft 16 TEAKS PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment FOR ELKS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY AUG. 30 AUGUST SEPT. Heat beater With temperatures above Lorraine Burdick play- ed it cool. She did her shopping in Toronto's east end wearing a bikini. Beer sales boom in Metro Toronto TORONTO The sweltering August tempera- tures have created a boom in beer sales. Brewers' Warehousing Co. reports sales are the best ever in the 90 beer stores in Metropolitan Toronto. doctors are not convinced cold beer really cools you off. cold beer Is but larger doses of alcohol just produce more body DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic Suite 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Red Coach Lounge Ron Rowe HOTEL DINE AND DANCE LOUNGE HOTEL CORNER 4th AVE. and 7th ST. S. PHONE 327-3191 ENCOURAGE TALENT Rent an instrument for your child Don't Be Disappointed Reserve Your Rental Instrument Nowl LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Thetfre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 WEDNESDAY NIGHT at the LEGION FOR YOUR DINING AND DANCING PLEASURE MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY said Dr. Stephen Kandel of Sunnybrook Hospital. He advises heat sufferers to wear comfortable clothing and drink lots of fluids to replace those lost through perspiration. Toronto is recording its hottest August in 14 years and the temperature is ex- pected to top 90 degrees again today. Monday night's low of 77 five degrees hotter than the record set in 1948 and followed Sunday night's low of 75. Mnday's high of 91 de- grees was four short of the record for Aug. 27 estab- lished in 1953. Record minimum tem- peratures were also recorded elsewhere in the province overnight. Wiearton's low was 71 de- gress. Sarnia Muskoka 68. Windsor London Simcoe Kitchener Trenton 73 and Kingston had 74 degrees to tie a pre- vious record for Aug. 28. BLAST INJURES EIGHT CHICAGO An ex- plosion in 20-storey building in downtown Chicago injured eight persons early Monday and caused an estimated million in damage. Police said cause of the blast had not been deter- mined. PARAMOUNT Last Complete Show No Short Subjects Not Suitable for Children PARAMOUNT CINEMA of the Last Complete Show No Short Subjects Adult COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects and Let Last Complete Show Not Suitable for Children GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN of Nigger 10'45 One Complete Show Gates Open Adult No release for mental patients SASKATOON Two men held in the Jaw Training Institute for many years will not automatically be released as a result of a provincial government study. Roy Romano attorney-general said here. Mr. Romanow said In an In- terview that the mental pa- tients parole board last year reviewed the cases and recom- mended only a technical change in the status of the men in- volved. He said this was that the order-in-council be removed and that the men be held at the discression of officials at the institute. John executive direct- or of the Saskatchewan Associ- ation of the Mentally Retard- said he is pleased with the minister's interest in the but still would like to see the men released. green acres drive in kteyor Mapalh Or. Couttt Hwy_ 327-1103 TONITE AND THURSDAY -THEJ-IRST BLACK PRESIDENT OFfH.IU.S.... r THE MAN hUr ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN I SECOND FEATURE legend of Gates Open 8 p.m. One Complete Show at p.m. paramount 8th St. 4th An. South. 327-9100 STARTS TOMORROW AT AND P.M. Trinity's back in the saddle again Adult Not Suitable For Children paramount M Ml AH. South. Tonight and Thurs. At and p.m. IS Cocks. Time JOSEffl t UVW PESENTS SUCK PSODJCIION RB Off ML THE RULING CLASS IN COLOR AH AVCC EMUUSr i ADULT ENTERTAINMENT paramount cinema Last Times Tonight At and p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Shaping DWI college cinema 2Mi An. ft Mmr Mmft Df- NOW SHOWING at p.m. ;