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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CAR08TON Maytalr ThMtrt In color. Saturday. November 10 shows at and p.m. FAMILY. FORT MACLEOD EmprMu GREATEST In color. Satur- November 10 show at p.m. FAMILY. Starting November 11. In color. Starring Steve McQueen and All MacQraw. Sunday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT. MILK RIVER Sunland ThMtra in color. Starring Dean Martin and Brian Keith. Saturday and November 10 and 11. Show time each night p.m. ADULT. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre WORLD'S GREATEST in Techni- color. Another of Walt Disney's features. November 10 shows at and p.m. FAMILY. November 11 only. REFLECTION OF In color. Sunday show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. TABER Tower Theatre in color. Starring John Wayne. November 10 shows at and p.m. FAMILY. New record sought by buried girl SAN A try for a world's record is in progress by Frenciue an exotic dancer buried six feet in the ground with a boa constrictor and six rat- tlesnakes for company. Miss Renee has been inter- red in a box with a special opening for room service three times a day. The seven-foot boa is free to move around her in the but the rattlers are in small glass presum- ably for Miss Renee's viewing1 pleasure only. Miss Renee says man did what she is or some- thing like for 25 days in 1971. Hovembif HtHALD-7 DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROM HOtACK Ccrtlftod Dwitil Mechanic 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 TONITI LIVE MUSIC At KM NIWLY DECORATED SHAUQHNESSY HOTEL Three'' NOV. p.n. TONIGHT TOM McNICOL FROM WINNIPEG AT THE ALIC HOTEL Singing family Father's the singing Laderoute family from has recorded demonstration al- bums and is planning to go on tour. They from left Patricia Phil Lad- Ken and front are Frank Jucknut and Michael Laderoute._____________________________ CBS to cancel two new shows German Canadian Club Nov. p.m. Music Jack Bleck 2.50 per person TICKETS ON SALE Old Country Sausage Shop Northside Bakery Norbndge Meats Members and Guests are Invited paramount cinema NOW SHOWING Tonite it p.m. LOS ANGELES CBS says it will cancel Caluc- ci's Dept and Roll at the end of the year because of poor ratings. No replacements were an- nounced for the two Friday night half-hour comedy shows. It was the third mid-season cancellation for CBS Last week the network said it would replace The New Perry Mason with Apple's a creation by Earl Hammer of The Waltons. LAS Nev. Pearl Bailey has returned to her act at the Tropicana Hotel after being in hospital. Miss who has a history of heart col- lapsed in her dressing room Monday night and was taken to the intensive care unit of a hospital The was simply ex- haustion HOLLYWOOD A second bitter battle in two years for control of the member Screen Actors Guild has ended with television ac- tor Dennis Weaver sweeping movie actor John Gavin out of office Gavin took over as presi- dent of the plagued by unemployment among its in 1971 from actor Charlton Heston after a bitter fight with a radical group headed by Cana- dian actor Donald Suther- land In challenging Gavin's re- Weaver charged Gavin had shown for low-salaried ac- tors and racial minorities. The final result in the elec- tion was votes for Weaver and for Gavin. WASHINGTON Singer-actress Marlene Dietrich fell off the stage' Wednesday night just after finishing the song Falling in Love Again as the finale of her evening's entertainment Miss now said she wasn't hurt But she re- fused to leave the orchestra where she had un- til the audience went home. She fell while reaching to shake the orchestra conduc- tor's hand after receiving a standing ovation. HELD OVER THRU TUESDAY INTRODUCING RESTRICTED ADULT SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY paramount NOW SHOWING Tonite at p.m. Paramount Pictures presents the return of the greatest love story of all time. PARAMOUNT PICTURES prmu Hit flLK TV- ADULT ROMEO FRAM E' Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE ROMEO JULIET 7 00 9 20 NO SHORT SUBJECTS WO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 20 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA SHORT SUBJECTS. 7.15 9 10 FRITZ THE CAT. 7 50 9 45 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 10 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA SHORT SUBJECTS- 7-00 9-05 ENTER THE DRAGON 7 25 9 35 LAST COMPLETE SHOW. 9.05 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN PARAMOUNT THEATRE ROMEO JULIET. 8 15 NO SHORT SUBJECTS ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 8.15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT PARAMOUNT CINEMA SHORT SUBJECTS- 8 15 FRITZ THE CAT- 8 50 ONE COMPLETE SHOW. 8.15 RESTRICTED ADULT COLLEGE CINEMA STRANGE VENGEANCE OF ROSALIE 800 WHAT BECAME OF JACK JILL 95C ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8.00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT THEATRE Mon Nov 12 MATINEE ROMEO JULIET. 2 15 ihe tours votr fronds recommend Britain and Ireland NiliNiiMtMNi Brochures from UNIVERSITY TOURS 22 College St. Toronto M5G 1 Y6 Telephone 967-3355 FRAMES'-establrshed 1881 SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. MATINEE MONDAY at p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT at the LEGION It's It's Different It's in the MEMORIAL HALL Dancing to Happy Hours 8-1 Op.m. For this occasion only limited to members and NOVEMBER 1 Ilk CLUBROOMS CLOSED ALL DAY college inertia TWICE THE TWICE THE STARTS SUNDAY One Show at 8 p.m. FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 Street Phone 327-S747 Will Be CLOSED MONDAY In Obeervance of Remembrance Day We pay tribute to all who made the supreme sacrifice for the cause of peace and freedom. JACK AND JILL ARE OUT TO-KILL. IF THEY DON'T GET ROSALIE To Grandmothers Go- First RESTRICTED ADULT then kllU- to collect the next What Became of Jack and Jill Strange Vengeance of THE DOUBLE SHOCK SHOW OF THE ENDS THE ;