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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Only good things happen on cable station program DIETRICH QENTURE CLINIC ROSS HOSACK Ptnui Mechanic I 304 Slh SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 VANCOUVER Only good things happen on City a hour-long public in- formation show on a local cable station each Monday night Host Chuck Flanders and a team of volunteers put the SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre BELT starring Jim Kelly. Wednesday. July 31. Show at p.m ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre starring Al Pacino. July August 3. Wed- nesday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. TABER Tower Theatre starring Gene Hackman. Wed- July 31. Shows at 7.00 and 9.00 p.m. show together to let communi- ty clubs and other non- profit organizations relay in- formation to the public. The guests can plug whatever they with no tough questions or controver- and it's all free. which are come out of the pockets of the producers. The four principally involved are Mr. Don Len Miller and Wayne Carlson. They have given roughly 100 hours of publicity to more than 200 organizations. In the early finding guests to fill the between 10 and 11 was a problem. times we have so much we don't know how to fit it all said Mr. who works for an accounting and management- consulting firm. High gas prices cut circus profits paramount cinema Discuss roles Richard chats with actress Sophia Loren during a break in filming of Noel Coward's play at New England. Both have the leading roles in the film. Tourists have jammed roads in New Forest in their effort to catch a glimpse of the two stars. Expo Jim Nvborl end Buck Spcciil. Aug 18th S92.90 E.-PO Special. Aug 5 S1OS EipoCinada 4 Aug. 28th SO Expo Merlo Haggird Aug. 30th. 5 91 OS Eipo Krcikln Spoclil. Stpt 4 SO Wait Autumn Tour 9. ulowai Banff. Lake Columbia lea Jaapar. Vancouver. Victoria. Spokane. Ezpc. Eipo Soviet Union ft NHL Hockey Special. Eipo Porter Wagoner Special. Sept 26th 5 Eaitem Canada Autumn Leaves Tour. Montreal. Quebec Prince Edward Halifax. Ottawa. Toronto. Niagara Oct. 1 at. 23 low aa i_tpo Polynesian Oct. 2nd. 5 dayi Expo Guy Lombardo Special. OcL 10th. 4 Eipo Oct. 17th. 5 Expo Weatern International Hockey Oct 24th. bdayi Expo Ella Fitzgerald Special. Nov 4 Dlnneyland. Grand Canyon. Lea Nev. 16 day. Chrlatmai Paacdena Roee Bowl Dec. 26lh Florida Dlanev World Wethlnglon D C.. .Jan. 11-24 NORTHERN BUS TOURS Phone 327-3536 328-4474 Alto Plncher Travel ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NKW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No under If allowed ELKS and INVITED QUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WIIKINO INTIRTAINMINT Augiut 2nd DowiwUlm TOWN Saturday. August 3rd TOWN green acres drive-in TONITE and THURSDAY ro. CouttI 377 1100 rw nuomoKOF MOW THBiALL oKcowimsiw _.... MS ML ADULT GATES OPEN 9 PJL MGM'results ROD TAYLOR-ANNE HEYWOOD-JEAN SOREL I Hit No. OUTSIDE STEREO PHOTO 419-5th Streets. Phone 328-6661 CLOSED MONDAYS Asahi Pentax The world's top Selling Single Lens REFLEX CAMERA A I Spotmatlc F with 50 mm fl.4 lens and Case Suggested List ANGLO SPECIAL 339 master charge Or 17.74 per month approved CHARGEX Movies riding 66oom'l New York Times HOLLYWOOD The men who run the movie studios are starting to step out of the shadows cast by their legendary S predecessors. g In the past couple of 5j jj years the new men have ijj released a string of S highly successful films S that has given new momentum to the in- S JJ dustry and has proved jj t h a despite t h e jj dominance of g jj an old show-business jj adage still holds true- Give the people what JJ jj they want and they'll 8 come in i-j i-j As a after 25 g years of declining and then stagnating box of- S fice the S movies are riding a Jj boom here and abroad JJ the authoritative weekly of the entertainment estimates on the basis of samplings in 20 ilj cities after correc- lion for business was up 26 per cent in the first six f months of this year compared with the jj x- same period in 1973. It was the largest such jj increase within j j memory. These figures point to a domestic box office g for the year of g billion Grosses for the rest of the world -S generally add another 50 per cent. you see the jj figures for 'The Exor- S cist.' x 'American JJ Graffiti.' and 'The g Poseidon JJ you know the audience jj is said a film in- JJ dustry official. JJ Warners capped its -x turn around profitability with a film that j cost plus to make and would according to the at least million around the world. This is generally thought to be a record but an industry Frank the president of Paramount asserted that had done about as well. 3 It must be under- that a studio's announcement of the receipts of its pic- tures are often different from the figures the tax- es are paid on. There J can't be any that both of these films have been extraordinarily pro- fitable. What makes many studio heads more op- timistic than anyone has been since movie receipts began their long skid in 1946 is the feeling that another change in public stimulated by harder may once again make a movie and a soda an acceptable night out. VANCOUVER It costs Herbert Castle a day to keep his circus on the road and the inflating prices of gas and animal feed are raising the costs every day. Mr. Castle spends 10 months of the year on the trav- elling with the Hubert Castle International peo- ple and 44 including five five five two camels and an ark list of others. It costs him a day for animal feed. have 10 meat-eating he said. eat 16 to 18 pounds a sometimes we end up in butcher shops buying horsemeat intended for A pipe-smoking Mr. Castle put the circus on the road in 1955 He performed in a highwire act until 1963. used to make more money as an act than I do as a he recalled. Net profit last year was about not much on a investment.'' EVERYTHING GOING UP He has his costs figured out by the mile for gas and by the day for food and pay. year the average cost of gas was a this year it's up to around he said. Daily wages come to about With the animal that totals a day. The circus plays about 106 dates each season. Shows vary from one to 10 days. This year's season ends Nov. when work begins on the 1975 which will open Jan 15. During the two-month break Mr. Castle estimates ex- penditures are about repairing trucks and making arrangements for the coming year. Wages drop to a week during the break. He said his circus has four of the best acts of their type in the world. A top act alone costs about a season Circus stops are calculated on the basis of the available market. Costly show NEW YORK NBC has paid million for a single television showing of The Gulf and Western said Monday. Gulf and Western is the owner of Paramount which owns rights to the film. NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. Robbing 36 banks was easy. Watch what happens when they hit the 37th. LIKE US' college cinema NOW SHOWING AT P.M. WHAT FAMOUS was all for fought for and spent most of their time on the run. Hint not 8k. Nash. KIDS 75t ANYTIME MATINEE SATURDAY P.M. Answer It is the new 1974 version of The Three Musketeers'. ALEXANDER SALKIND PTOCTQ OLIVER REED RAQUEL WELCH RICHARD CHAMBERLAIN FRANK FINLAY CHRISTOPHER LEE GERALDINE CHAPLIN paramount STARTS TOMORROW ______________ EVE. AT P.M. MATINEES THURS.-FRi. AND SAT. AT 2 P.M. FAMILY KIDS 75C Ueader's An ARTHUR PJACOBS Production Twain's iucklebeny inn A Akisical yWaptatton COMFORTABLY JEFF EAST- PAUL WINFIELD HARVEY KORMAN DAVID WAYNE ARTHUR O'CONNELL- GARY MERRILL ;