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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 3.0 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, December 5, 1970 ront van tf-Joivrnaii 'ro PARAPHRASE A com- ment on Slyra BrockinridKc (which has been saved from de- spoiling Albortan minds by the censor board) the movie ver- sion of Tell Sic That You Love Me, Junie Moon is a waste of a "restricted adult" rating. Directed by Otto Preiuingcr, whose standard of films has ris- en only slightly since the dis- astrous St. Joan, Junie Moon is all attempt and no delivery. A surf a c t- examination of three crippled misfits, only one of whom shows any character development through the film, the movie is similar to Getting ATTENTION CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS Special Rates ON BULK ORDERS Place yaur orders by phoning 327-6312 or 327-4228 WE DELIVER Straight: in that film Elliott Gould managed to save himself in a bad effort. In Junie Moon, Liza iUinnclli turns the same trick. As Junie, she is a girl who is out for kicks and instead gets invited to strip in a cemetery and take acid hi the face as pay- ment. (Filmed in actual loca- tion, the scene raised the ire of Massachusetts locals. The state now has an odd piece of legisla- tion banning stripteases in cem- While at the hospital, she meets two other problem cases: LIZA JIINNELLI 1 This could be the opportunity you've been looking for! A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN I jj Are you ambitious? Do you enjoy serving the public? I Have you a desire to own and operate your own profitable retail store? MACLEODS have the opportunity for you! MACLEODS have a proven merchandising program which offers widespread customer acceptance, good profits and rapid growth to their dealers. MACLEODS have a training program for new dealers. MACLEODS offer continuing operational guidance for If you are'able to invest to MACLEODS can assist a qualified applicant to adequately capitalize his new MACLEOD store. With excellent opportunities now available in good Alberta and British Columbia trading centres, this is the time to join one of the largest and most progressive retail organizations in Canada. Write today for your free copy of "A Business of Your It could be your first step toward owning your own 'Family Shopping Centre' and financial in- dependence. W. A. BREADNER Macleods Dealer Division Box 6800, Winnipeg, Manitoba WEATHERHEAD'S HARDWARE CLOSE-OUT SCTION COMMUNITY HALL-BURDETT, ALBERTA v DEC. 7th 6 P.M. TO MIDNIGHT AND JES., DEC. 8th 6 P.M. TO (PENDING STOCK) Having been favored with instructions from Mr. Weather- head who is closing out the hardware line, we will offer for sale the following line of stock as listed below subject fo additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you rnay find them the day of the sale as all items are subject to prior sale. CHRISTMAS TOY ITEMS, SPORTING Christmas light sets, decorations, artificial trees, toys, J D toys, games. Barbie dolls, table and chair sets, toboggans, hockey sticks, hockey games, pucks, golf club sets, golf carts, balls, fishing supplies, life preservers, camping lamps, stoves, coolers, rifles, shotguns, shells, trikes, pedal tractors, gun rack, bike tires, camp heaters, lawn chairs, flashlights, bats. GIFTWARE AND KITCHEN WARE Gift ware, glasses, dish sets, corning ware sets, open stock of Corning and pyrex, rubber maid products, clocks, trilights, radios, record players, electric appliances, irons, toasters, mixers, floor polishers, rug cleaners, kitchen gad- gets, silverware sels, canisters, garbage cans, pails, plastic" bins, mops, brooms, handles, ironing boards, bowls, enamel utensils, alum, roasters. GARDEN AND FARM SUPPLIES Lawn care supplies, seed, chemicals, fertilizers, barn and animal sprays, garden sprays, green cross products, field sprays, lawn sprinklers arid hoses, accessories, garden hand tool sets, shovels, scoops, forks, lawn edgers, garden spades, rakes, hoes, hedge clippers. PAINT AND MISC. HARDWARE Full line of Bapco white paint, quarts and gallons, roofing tar, roofing paint, nails, spray paints, paint brushes, rollers, step ladders, hinges, screws, locks, electrical cords, ends, switches, plates, boxes, light bulbs, flashlites, batteries, sandpaper. Masons fools, wiring, glues, epoxy asst., mask- ing tape floor stripper, furnace filters. SHOP AND ELEC. TOOLS Farm tools, socket sets, open end wrenches, pipe wrenches, hammers, chains, carpenter tools, squares, planes, hack saws, wood ucws, wrench sets, toot boxes, fire ex- tinguishers, pliers, screw drivers, brace and hits, drill bits, crescents, vises, irrigation shovels, flaring tools, open stock sockets, ratchets, wrenches, tapes, electric saws, elec- tric hand drills, all sizes, motors. Buy and save far Christmas y-'hila sitting in a nice- warm auditorium, bring your wife and family. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: This is a good clean sale and well worth attending. To bo conducted in the well heated Com- munity Hall at Burden. PLAN TO ATTEND1 SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX IDS COALDALE, ALBERTA PHONE 345-3534 "SERVING THE SOUTH BY OF MOUTH" I.E5 HANDIEY tic. No 010120 AUCTIONEERS ROGER HAND1.EY Lie. No. a paralyzed homosexual and a handsome young chap who goes into epileptic-like seizures, pre- sumably from lack of love. Tho three take up residence together, become semi friend- ly with a nearby fishmonger, and through him manage a sex- filled vacation in a seaside tour- ist spot. If the plot seems ragged, it matches the depth of direction of the three principles. Although each one gives some indication of difficulties in the past, no much of it strikes home. Conversation to which John Wayne might aspire thread through the film, giving it notl ing more than a boringly realis tic domesticity. Only Liza MinneLU, as the party girl turned compas- sionate is worth watching. Sh is the anchor of the film an manages the slight gesture whkh project the character be yond a bad script. But not even her considerabl talents, her waifish poignancy and poise, can put together wha Otto Preminger has sundered. Monte Walsh, on the other hand, is u n s u c e e's s f u 1, bu falters with a good deal mor grace and humor. Not the leaf of its credits are two matur performances by Lee JMarvii and French star Jeanni Moreau. The movie follows in what 1 ;coming the trite line alread; established by The Wild Bunc: and Butch Cassitly and th Sundance Kid. The old west is with i are going the men who thrivee on its barely-civilized, buddies in-the saddle life. In Monte Walsh, the dying breed are cowboys and the film centres around Marvin as hi watches his range friends, tan gle with the inroads of mon eyed easterners by suicide crime or safe jobs and mar riage. He makes a game if futile at tempt to come to terms with the forces of evil, in this case "capital" and corporations who iike loot a lot better than man ly herd-trailing and jokes in the bunkhouse. The film doggedly covers each significant signpost in the death of cowboyship, rather as if it wanted to make trebly clear viewers got the point. Miss Moreau is vastly under- used. As a prostitute with a huge yen for Marvin, she is never shown to have any other Three deaths accidental FHOG LAKE (CP) A coroner's jury has ruled thai the deaths of three children in a fire Nov. 16 at a home on the Frog Lake Indian Eeserve near this east-central Alberta com- munity, was accidental. The victims were identifier as Mary Terresa Delver, 14 Patricia Delver, 8, and Emery Delver, 3. A fourth child, seven-year-old Clifford Delver, escaped injury by climbing out a window. Police said the children's parents were at a neighbor's house and did not learn of the fire until they returned home several hours later. The cause of the fire was be- lieved to he an oil lamp, over- turned by a cat and kitten playing in the home. The jury recommended that all houses on the reserve be in- spected and be made to com- ply with safety regulations. NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD FRED BURTON Lie. No. 772 G. W. POPMA The National Life Assurance Company of Canada is proud to announce that George W. Pop- ma has been awarded the 1970 National Quality Award. This is the twelfth year that Mr. Popma has earned this award which is granted in recognition of out- standing service to his clients and tho conservation of their life insurance benefits. Tho award is sponsored by tho tife Under- writers Association of Canada, the Lifo Insurance Agency Man- agement Association and the Ca- nadian lifo Insurance Officers Association, customers but him, and doesn't get enough film time to do anything with her role. However, for light entertain- ment, Monte Walsh, with some beautifully muted colors and its two stars, is middling-to- good fare.