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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Life, work of Bette Davis Book on actress published LOS ANGELES (AP) Long one of Hollywood's ab- lest conversationalists, Bette Davis has usually managed to get the last word Now she has done the same in her own biography The new book is called Mother Goddam, taKen from the lusty character of The Shanghai Gesture Time DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSSHOSACK Certified DenUI Mechanic 8 304 5th SI S Ph 327-7244 Lethbrldge magazine called Miss Davis that, and she admits that she often so designates herself to her children Bette Davis has been a vital force in films since the early 1930s, and her flinty New England personality creates sparks on the screen and off In Mother Goddam, she is af- forded the rare opportunity of reviewing her own life and work Whitney Stine has written the biography, drawing mostly from previously pub- lished material. Whenever Miss Davis wishes to inter- ject, she does so, her com- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre "FISTS OF FURY" in color Starring Bruce Lee Wed June 12 Wed show at 815 pm RESTRICTED ADULT PINCHER Theatre "ASH WEDNESDAY" in color Starring Elizabeth Taylor and Henry Fonda Wednesday, June 12. Wed show at 8.15 p m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN Theatre "ANGELS FROM HELL" in color Wednesday, June 12 Show at 7 00 and 9 00 p m ADULT RED COACH LOUNGE GENE LENNEN nightly Lj, 1 _ for your entertainment TAVERN NIGHTLY "WES KUCHERAN" Phone 327-3191 Expo Kristofferson Special June (18 Mats) Expo Harry Belafonle Special June 27th, (7 teals) Expo Liberate Special 4 days, July 1 (10 Expo Mormon Tabernacle Choir Chicago Special, July 15, S days (9 seats left) Expo Jack Benny Special, July 25th. 5 days (18 Disneyland and Expo Tour, August 1st, 17 days as low 10 Expo Water Follies, Aug (20 seats) Expo Jim Nabors and Buck Owens Special, 4 days, Aug. 18th Expo Canada Week Special, 4 days. Aug. 28th Expo Kreskm Special, Sept. days Weal Coast Autumn Leaves Tour Sept- 9. 12 days, as low as Banff, Lake Louise. Columbia Ice Fields. Jasper. Vancouver, Victoria. Seattle. Spokane, Expo. Eastern Canada Autumn Leaves Tour. Montreal. Quebec Prince Edward Island. Halifax. Ottawa, Toronto, Falls Oct 1st. 23 days, as low as Expo Oct 12th Tour. 4 days Expo Ella Fitzgerald Special. Nov. days Christmas Disneyland. Pasadena Rose Bowl Tour. Dec. 26ih Flonda Disney World Washington O.C., .Jan 11-24 days Disneyland. Grand Canyon. Las Vegas Nov NORTHERN BUS TOURS Lethbridge, Alia. Phone 327-3536 329-4474 Also Pincher Creek Travel Centre menis being printed in red type Here are some of the Davis comments Her looks "The real reason for never seeing rushes was that I never liked my face on the off. I still spend my life wishing I looked like Katharine Hepburn Leaving Warner Bros after 18 years "Henry Blanke, my great producer friend, Bob, a sound man who had been on all my films for years, my fa- vorite gaffer and a property man sat up all night on a set on the back lot on my last day at Warner Bros and, as the dawn came sheets to the I drove through the Warner gate for the last time "I was crying I never heard from the studio one word after I left I remember thinking at the time, not even a diamond bracelet for all those sound stages I built'" Blown up BELFAST (AP) Guerrillas blew up a Roman Catholic primary school near Belfast today and an anonymous caller later telephoned a newspaper saying it was the work of Protestant extremists The school is at Glengormley on the outskirts of Belfast Wednesday, June 12, 1974 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Toronto author wins book award Stars to wed Actor Elliot Gould poses (above) with actress Jennifer O'Neill m Springfield, Mass., on the set of the movie "The Reincarnation of Peter Proud" which stars Miss O'Neill The two stars plan to wed in Sedford Village. N Y.They say the wedddmg will take place in about a month. DON'T MISS AT THE HOLIDAY INN THEATRE FINAL PERFORMANCES This Thursday Friday at fcOO pjn. BAH SERVICE FROM p.m "A FUN MUSICAL1 Housing starts continue ahead of 1973 record TORONTO (CP) Donald Jack. 49, of Toronto has won the 1974 Stephen Leacock Award for hjmor for his book That's Me In The Middle, it was announced Tuesday The book, published by Dou- bleday Canada Ltd last year, was selected by a five-judge panel from 23 humorous works entered by Canadian authors in the Leacock Medal competition The Stephen Leacock Associates, sponsors of the annual award, will present Mr Jack with the Leacock Medal, as well as a cash award from The Manufacturers Life Insur- ance Co at a dinner in his honor Aug 3 in Onllia, Ont That's Me In The Middle is the second volume in a series by Mr Jack about the comic misadventures of Bartholomew Bandy, a Canadian hero of the First World War The first volume was the in- ternationally successful Three Cheers For Me, published in 1962 It was Mr Jack's first book and won him the 1963 Leacock Medal The Leacock Medal was es- tablished in 1946 by the Leacock Associates as a memorial to the outstanding humorist, author and lecturer It is intended to encourage the writing and publication of humorous works by Canadian authors Mr Jack, born in England, settled in Canada in 1951 He studied acting for two vears at the Canadian Theatre School in Toronto, and was a screenwriter at Crawley Films in Ottawa until 1957 when he returned to Toronto to become a full-time writer Mr Jack will have a third ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No Number Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE No undw 16 allowed. ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT Friday, June 14th "THE DIPLOMATS" Saturday, June 15th upstairs "SOUTHERN PLAYBOYS" downstaris "FRIC 'N' FRACK SHACK" OTTAWA (CP) Despite some predictions of a decline m housing production this year, the Central Mortgage and Housing Corp (CMHC) reports housing starts continue slightly ahead of last vear s record level CMHC said in a news release today that preliminary figures for May indicate starts in urban centres reached 20 008, up three per cent from 19.453 in the same month last year Starts for the first five months of the year amounted to just ahead of the 71 276 total for the same period last year A. record 268.529 units were built last year CMHC said there was a nine per cent increase in single- family housing starts in the January-May period and a six per cent decline in multiple activity Some prominent builders such as H Keith Morley of Toronto president of Richard Costam (Canada) Ltd have predicted a sharp drop in residential construction activity this year because ot tight money conditions Lending institutions have reported mortgage money has become scarce across the country since two successive Bank of Canada lending rate increases in April and Ma> Some lenders say there is considerable uncertainty in the mortgage market as further increases in interest rates are considered likely But CMHC housing starts figures indicate this uncertainty has not yet affected new house construction I run a very simple business. Do you know who I am? KATE ANDREW'S HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA STUDENTS Present A THREE ACT DRAMA "Mistress of Mellyn" (by arrangement with Dramatic Pub. Co.) YATES CENTRE Wednesday, June 12th (Tonight) p.m. Admission (at door) Show Times PARAMOUNT THEATRE EXORCIST 7 00 9 00 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS 7 00 9 00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARMOONT CINEMA Short Subjects 7 15 9 15 MASH 7 25 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN COLLEGE CINEMA WALKING TA1 L 8 00 HARRAD EXPERIMENT 10 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 8 00 RESTRICTED ADULT GREEN ACRES DRIVE IN THEATRE CLASS OF 44 1000 MACKINTOSH MAN 1200 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 10 00 GATES OPEN 900 ADULT green acres drive-in Wsyor Mjjrath Dr Coutts Hwy 327 1100 ....._______________________ "there's a little bit o! country in all of us" STARTS TOMORROW Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE 'Bridgetown Trio9 Members and Invited Guests "DESERT COMMANDOES" In Technicolor "Class of '44" and "Mackintosh Man" with Gary Grimes open 915pm. One Complete Show p book of Bandy memoirs, It s Me Again ready for Doubleday this month paramount NOW SHOWING at and p.m. .RESTRICTED ADULT Frightening tale of demonic possession extremely course language and repulsive sequences may be disturbing to some. WIIIIAMI'llIk BIAIIV1, THE EXORCIST All Seats this Show S2.50 paramount cinema NOW SHOWING at and p.m. Roar once again with the original movie cast v DeLjxe Adult Not Suitable For Children Contains Gory Surgical Scenes MASH Ingo Production college cinema i NOW SHOWING I One complete show I at p.m. I i "Might just turn out to be this year's sleeper and emulate the runaway success of 'BILLY Kevin Thomas L A RESTRICTED ADULT I WALKING TALL i I HIT NO.2 THE AJol EXPERIMENT PHOTO 419 -5th Street South Phone 328-6661 ANNIVERSARY w I Save from 5% to 50% on every single purchase you make! (ALE DEFINITELY ENDS SAT., JUNE you pay what you pull... your luck determines your savings. This applies to our complete stock! 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