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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Ghost hunter' scares spooks N.H. To most ghosts are funny kids with sheets over their heads on Halloween. But for folks who track down ap- paritions in creaky old the subject is no laughing matter. Take David an ex- orciit who scares off spooks in his spare or Edward a'p ofessional ghost hunter who he's uncov- ered 500 cases of genuine ttauntings. These people be- lieve. no doubt about Warren told an interviewer. have seen people as solid as you appear and disappear-.'' of says he's investigated reportings of supernatural ac- tivity in the last 25 years. And in some he says he's ac- tually convinced the ghosts that it's time to pass on. who operates a land-clearing business in says he has driven spirits from about a half dozen houses by chanting over and Jesus' get TONIGHT MARKETPLACE At The ALEC HOTEL By JAMES THURBER Presented by the LCC HARLEQUIN PLAYERS LETHBRIDQE COMMUNITY COLLEGE AUDITORIUM Saturday November 2 and 3 at p.m. ADULTS STUDENTS Tickets available at Leister's or at Door THE MANAGEMENT OF THE GARDEN HOTEL would like to apologize to Its patrons. The which was to play this week did not show up and we regret any inconvenience this may have caused. Garden Hotel Tor Your Listening Pleasure Everyone Welcome SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre in color. Friday and Saturday. November and 3. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT Theatre In color Starring Donald Sutherland and Jennifer O'Neil. Friday and November 2 and 3. Thursday show at p.m. ADULT MILK Theatre in color. Starring George C. John Faye and Jack Pal- ance. Thursday and Friday. Nov. 1 and 2. Thursday show at p.m. Adult Not Suitable For Children. PINCHER Theatre in color starring Peter Liv Sally Kellerman and George Kennedy. Friday and November 2 and 3. Thursday show at p.m. Family. Theatre WORLD'S GREATEST In color. Star- ring Tim and Jarf Michael Vincent. Thurs- Tnday and November 2 and 3. Thursday shows at and p.m. Family. JAYCOMFTOt AT THE MINERS' 733-13HI St. N. Members and Invited Guests only Full-blown stage production Oops While temperatures plunged in Southern Alberta and soared in southern this bikini bottom was falling as this girl ran along the beach. It was slip and tug again but all ended well. Theatre stops sex film plans N.J. The Amboys drive-in theatre stopped showing sex films after authorities com- plained about traffic snarls and minor accidents caused by gawking motorists on three major roads adjoining the theatre. Garden State Parkway offi- cials and local police and officials had com- plained that the X-rated sex distracted who slowed down to watch The theatre's 50-by-100-foot screen is clearly visible from the roads. After the officials com- the theatre manage- ment changed its policy and began showing gangster films. W.Va. Bos presi- dent of the Radio-Television News Direc- tors says Presi- dent Nixon is wrong to blame the mood of the nation on the TV networks The communications media did not create the issues now facing the reported Johnson said in an interview. at the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL 5th St. and 2nd Avt. S. ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUt SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number November and 15 IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE No one under 16 years allowed PUBLIC UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT November 1st Nov. 2nd RANCH November 3rd Fisher is ready to re-surface By MICHAEL MITCHELL The next iuUlmeflt in the Eddie Fisher story is on its and the man in the title role is hop- ing it'll be happier than the most recent chapters. In Fisher recorded an album called Games Lovers one of the most success- ful of his turbulent career. Two years later he gave up recording and since then the singing idol of the 1950s has struggled with his his past and himself. Now Fisher says he is ready to After his engagement at John Ascuaga's Nugget he returned to Los Angeles to plan a co-ordinated campaign to recapture the fame he once enjoyed. Fisher says he will begin recording in earnest and will rehearse a new possibly a full-blown stage which he hopes to introduce at the Las Vegas Hilton early next year. want to be a great enter- Fisher said in an in- staring pensively over his wire-rimmed spec- tacles. was almost a great entertainer then I let At the height of his popu- the boyish singer the undisputed king of the pop record earning an estimated a year. He was portrayed as the ail- American boy and when he married actress Debbie Reynolds it was dubbed the perfect match. was a typical American boy who was lucky to be born with a frog in my Fisher says now. could sing loud. I surprised the audience because of his big loud voice that came out of this little body don't know how it all happened. I just opened my mouth and sang. It was lucky from the beginning. When I I couldn't get a word out before the screaming would start. It shocked me at then I loved it so much that when it stopped I was very When he divorced Miss Reynolds in 1959 to marry ac- tress Elizabeth Fisher encountered a barrage of crit- icism and his career began a tailspin. happened that people at that time couldn't he says. press created a triangle where I left a little girl with pigtails and two children for a femme which is a lot of bull. marriage wasn't like it was portrayed for one sec- ond. We had gone to a lawyer to discuss a divorce a year before the Fisher married Miss Taylor but three years later she left him for Richard Burton in one of Hollywood's must widely publicized romances Fisher says that experience was the most traumatic of his life. knew inside that it was a very unstable and defi- nitely not the thing to he said. the breakup of my second marriage made me start thinking that you've got to take life a little bit Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects. 7 00 9 05 MACINTOSH MAN 7 25 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW- 9'05 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT CINEMA CLOCKWORK ORANGE 7.00 9'20 TWO COMPLETE SHOWS' 7'00 9.20 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEQE CINEMA Short Subjects 9-05 ENTER THE DRAGON. 7.25 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9.05 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN CMMIMITr SOMES OF LETMMME PUBLIC SKATING and MUSEUM Rtv. Ntti. Nw. Rn. Nit. 5 mizja Noon Swim 12 00-1 00 p Swim 1200-1 00 om Public Swim 7 30-3 30 p Swim 3 00-6 00 p Swim 1 00-5 00 p m Family Swim 6 00-8 00 p Swim 12-00-1 2 45pm Skating 2 00-4 00 p Public Skating 4 00-S 30 p.m RE Mothers Pro-School Skate 10.00- 12.00 noon Public bkaw 7 00 9.00 p Skate '2 00 -4 00 p Skate 1 00 2 30 p m. Public Skate 3 00 5 00 p m Family Skating 6 00-7 30 one ICE Public Skating Skating p -Skating p.m. Public Skating p Ml lUJMHM 00-4 30 p 00-4 30 p 00-5 00 p 00-4 30 p m Fisher said he doesn't know why he married a third singer-actress Con- nie Stevens but he said best advice ever been given was to not marry an actress. Anyone who mar- ries an actress is an idiot. Anyone who marries two ac- tresses should be put up against a wall and shot at dawn. But three I don't know what that makes In Miss Ste- vens bore Fisher a daughter and they announced that they had been married secretly. Another daughter was bom to the couple in but four months later their marriage collapsed. In once a mil- filed for bankruptcy. was the lowest point of my h- said. se- riously considered quitting show business. What would I have Fix Buicks I didn't want me to get mar- then I was involved in then another triangle. This was all very tough to cope Fisher believes a com- bination of circumstances caused nun to lose the fame he had won so effortlessly. think it was my music and my unusual personal life that did it At first the public Little attention LONDON Canada's first big contribution to the London fringe theatre scene appears to have reaped scant attention from critics in its first two but this may be because the Factory Theatre Lab of Toronto has coincided with a flurry of West End openings as the new season gets under way Ken Gass of di- rector of the Toronto com- said general response has been overwhelrringy and added the company hopes to return sometime. He ac- that he was disappointed with the tone of one or two reviews The Guardian gave a warm reception to the opening Esker Mike and His wife by Van- couver's Herschel but some other critics have view- ed this and George F. Walker's Bagdad Saloon as over-ambitious and overblown was chosen by Duke to play LONDON Duke Ellington and his orchestra will play at this year's royal vaudeville performance before the Queen. The perfor- mance of entertainment stars aids theatrical charities and is one of the year's British television highspots. The Evening Standard to de- scribe the acting in Hardin's a study of harsh living in the Northwest1 streaked with sexual revenge KDDIK FISHER IA-wild raunchy rip-roaring yarn GEORGE C. ADULT SCOTT FfflTE DUNAWAY JOHN MILLS JACK NCE REX THEATRE CLARESHOLM TONITE thru SAT. ARCH THEATRE VAUXHALL FRI.indSAT. SUNLAND THEATRE MILK RIVER ind FBI. BOW THEATRE BOW ISLAND BEST FILM OF THE Ytflil BEST DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR RESTRICTED ADULT paramount cinema TONITE thru SAT. p.m. Not Suitable The ultimate in For Children Martial Arts adventure and college cinema NOW SHOWING p.m. paramount STARTS TOMORROW at and Op.m. A Picture For The Whole Family To See SCALAWAG His name is Captain Peg and he wasn't born to die in RWAMOUNT PCTUFCS PRESENTS ABfWNA KRK SCALAWAG LESTER NEVILLE BRAND GEORGE EASTMAN DON STROUD LESLEY ANNE DOWN Tuft IN ;