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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August LETHL Sinatra misses ccurt appearance SAV FRANCISCO (AP> Frank Sinatra did not apptar in court vesteraay to R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304-Sth St S Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge give a opposition in a rrilLyr t over a brawl at a Pu n Brings Calif, hotel 1 rav a Salt I ake Cits insurance ex- ec utive (laims in his suit that a member of Sinatra s en- touiage made advances toward s wife and then beat him when Wemstock objected 'V V ELKS PUi w w w ilNGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played TiH Won (Ko Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed >ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Saturday, August "RAYMOND CAf> ADSANS" SOUTHERN ALBERTA Theatre BORN LOSERS starring Tom Lajghlin in color Sat- urday August 31 shows 7 00 and 9 00 p m ACOLT PINCHER Theatre AMERICAN GRAFFITT! m color Starring Richard Lreyfuss and Ronny Howard Saturday August 31 8 45 SEP !CO -0-3 ONE COMPLETE cnQ 3 GATES f CO ADUu" THEATRE T !VE 1 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Sno't Subjects 7 00 P 00 S P S 35 a 40 SHOvV 900 EKTEC'A -A'ENT PARAMOUNT C.NEMA s 7 15 S 15 1 a _ GH-FOOT 7 2C 9 2f C C-JOW 915 EE t ONDAY SOUND OF MSfe 8x10 Deluxe COLOR Choice Selection Four Custom Poses aj v MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT NOW Phone 528-0111 SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710- 3rd Ave. South Phone 328-0222 ew era of prosperity seen for film industry By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Director om Gnet> sees a new era ol prospenU for movies in general and Hollywood in particular Gnes is just putting the finishing touches to his film Break Out which stars Charles Bronson and Robert Duvall It is a million pic- ture and to his mind, that's an indication of film's new era of fiscal happiness Jubt look at recent reports film grosses Gnes says It b not just a few blockousters but a lot of movies are making good monev I m not sure if it s a result of the public s dis- enchantment with TV or the depn ssion out Hollvwood has j s t1 -i in bad t" i t'.ifi BOPN LOSER 7 10 9 10 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 MONDAV BORN LOSERS 2 ii> ADJLT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY 845 SpRPICO 1045 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 45 GATES OPEN 8 00 RESTRICTED ADULT THEATRE FOR MON SEPT 2 PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9 00 S P Y S 7 35 9 40 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA SOUND OF MUSIC 2 00 8 15 TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 2 00 8 15 FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA Short Subjects 2 00 7 00 9 00 BORN LOSER 2 25 7 10 9 10 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE CARRY ON ROUND THE BEND 8 45 CARRY ON MATRON 1035 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 845 GATES OPEN 8 00 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TOMGRIES Ones ore of the directors who carneoutof TV savs that he findb directing a tough job Tpe c-.v thing you need to be a directo1- he says is a good pair of legs While you re shooting vou re on your feet from 5 30 in the morning until midnight That s why older directors usuallv don t turn out such good nlms they still have all their ability but thev get fatigued too easilv Gnes directed last season s TV success 'QB VII and he savs that was a turning point tor television If QB VII failed he savs it would have meant an end to long TV specials But it succeeded now I expect there will be manv more Back in 68 there was a moderateh successful famih STARTS MONDAY Gates open 8 p.m. One complete show at p.m. 2 BIG LAUGHABLE "CARRY ON GANG" COMEDIES TRIPLETS.' THAMXTOK AMD HIS STAFF DEAR xxWe deliver laffs by trie ADULT SIDNEY JAMES KENNETH WILUAMS CHARLES HAWTREY JOAN SIMS HATTIEJACO.UES BERNARD SRESSLAW KENNETH COPE TERRY SCOn BARBARA WINDSOR KENNETH CONNOR STARTS MONDAY Evenings one show at p m BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR REQUEST FOR A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT thrill again to the happiest sounc in all the world. Evening at p.m. only Matinee Monday only at 2 p.m. RK IIVKI) HttDN FJ FANOR I r Queen to visit Mexico MEXICO CITY (Reuter1 nmg Feb H the foreign Queen Elizabeth will pay a tour-dav visit to Mexico begin- ministry announced comedv movie called The Impossible Years which starred David Niven At the time everybody expected the girl who played Niven s teen age daughter Cristina Ferrare to go on to become a major star But she dropped out of sight Now she s back and it s interesting to touch base with her again She savs what happened was that she had a fight with her studio 20th Centurv-Fox after The Impossible Years Thev wanted me to Batgirl she says She refus ed and thev suspended her She was married then divorced What with one thing and another six years went before she stepped in front of a movie camera again She did one film J Coote and now she s just finished her first starring role in a horror film called Man Bloodv Marv She shot it in Mexico for producer Henri Bolhnger and Mexican direc tor Juan Lopez Moctezuma I a girl who kills peo pie and drinks their blood she savs but I m not a vam pne She s now remarried to a Detroit automobile man nam ed John De'orean He s developing a new car For a time thev thought of naming it after her but Ferrare was taken Although she hasn t done much acting over the vears she s been verv As one of New Yorks top s been com muting trom Detroit to New ork she s been on the cover oi X ogue and Harper s oiten ANNOUNCING THE RIDES YEARS AND UNDER CATEGORY 1 SANDRA 903 18th St Prize 00 2 LORALEE KIM 743 18th St Prize Box 650 Prize THRU 9 YEAR DARLENETHOMAS-1 130 27th A S Prize STEPHANIE KUBIK Bex 147 Turin Second Prize SS Box 503 Bow Islanc Third Prize THRU 12 SHARON 26 Honeysucxle F-ad First Prize PATRICIA 1809 17th A St South Second Prize MICHELE 1609 Lakemoint Blvd Third Prize CONGRATULATIONS to the winners and our appreciation to all others for their time ard effort in participating in the contest Our Thanks also to Mrs Cathy Evans who judged the entries Jl Winners will receive their prize in the mail Jj PARAMOUNT THEATRE MANAGEMENT K M- PLEASE NOTE EFFECTIVE THIS SUNDAY, SB- BER 1st, THE PARAMOUNT, MOUNT CINEMA AND COLLEGE CIN- EMA WILL OPERATE ON SUNDAYS THE SAME HOURS AS WEEK D WS TWO SHOWS PER NIGHT SEE DAILY SCHEDULE FOR TIMES Gates open p.m One complete show at p.m green acres drive-in TONIGHT and SUNDAY BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR! I'D BIVE AN OSCAft TO AL PACING FOR 'SEBPICOT _JUDITH LANGUAGE {THROUGHOUT] MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME A PARAMOUNT RELEASE DINO OE LAURENTIIS presents RESTRICTED ADULT AL PACING "SERPICO 2 "BANG THE DRUM SLOWLY" paramount NOW SHOWING AT and P.M. Including Sunday SUTHERLAND GOULD do it to the ADULT wMUZOU TECHNICOLOR1 PRINTS BY DELUXE paramount TONIGHT and SUNDAY At and 9-20 p.m. including Sunday RESTRICTED ADULT HE HAS EXACTLY SEVEN MINUTES TO GET RICH QUICK' CLINT EASTWOOD 'THUNDERBOLT and LfGHTFOOT" college cinema NOW SHOWING AT and P.M. Including Sunday A RE RELEASE Adult Not Suitable For Children BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND ii THE ORIGINAL ill SCREEN APPEARANCE OF TO? i LAUGHLIN AS BILLY JACK flf RELEASE 41 MATINEE MONDAY at p.m. ;