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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian top writer Eagles Present for your dancing pleasure "THE COUNTRY 3" Friday, June 29th at 9 p.m. Eagtos Hall 13th Street North MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY ALEC HOTEL PRESENTS THE LINEMEN1 In the SALOON TAVERN Thursday, Friday, Saturday ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES 15th JACKPOT IN 51 NOS. in 52 in 53 NOS. If no bingo called after 53 numbers we will continue for 10A GAME-PICTURE FRAME NO ONE UNDfR 1t> YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS Weekend Entertainment for ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY Thursday, June 28 "FRANKLY BROS." Friday, June 29 "FRANKLY BROS." Saturdoy, June 30 "RAYMOND CANADIANS" Don't forget our Annual Golf Tournament July 28 and 29 paramount cinema NOW SHOWING THRU SAT. Aw. South. M7-6100 HELD OVER NOW IN IT'S 3rd WEEK THE "BILLY JACK" OF Areafman who became a living legend! Mha MIL He was to five them hwaniwhr or die tiyinfr JOE DON BAKER i ELIZABETH HARTMAN ROSEMARY MURPHY LAST 3 DAYS RESTRICTED ADULT SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "JUNIOR BONNER" In color. Starring Steve McQueen. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 28, 29 and 30. Thursday show at p.m. Family. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE TRAIN ROBBERS" In color. Starring John Wayne and Ann-Margret. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 28, 29 and 30. Thursday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "YOU'LL LIKE MY MOTHER" A thriller in Technicolor. Thursday, June 28. Show at p.m. Suitable For Children. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In Tonight is Bargain Night. per car. color. Starring James Coburn. Thursday, June 28. Show at p.m. Not Suitable For Children. TABER Tower. Theatre "COUNTRY MUSIC" In color. Starring Marty Robbins and many more Nashville stars. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 28, 29 ana 30. Thursday shows at and p.m. Family. TORONTO (CP) A lows of telling stories and reading mysteries, an accident on a construction site and several other seemingly unrelated in- cidents have helped Robert Dennis become one of Holly- wood's leading creative writ- ers. Mr. Dennis writes regnterly for such TV thrillers as Can- non and The FBI. "If Bob isn't working, the industry would shut says a west coast colleague. It all started when, as an 18-year-old, Mr. Dennis gave up his dream of being a professional baseball player after an accident on the job on a Port Cdlborne, Ont., con- struction site. The accident brought on arthritis and his doctor suggested a warmer climate. Mr. Dennis headed south from his home of Court- right, Ont. "That's about 12 miles south of Sarnia, and had a popula- tion of 300 at the he said. "It might be 310 now." His first winter in California he did any odd job he co'uld find. A night school instructor pointed out his talent for writ- ing. Handing back an assign- ment, he told Mr. Dennis that he "had more talent than any- body who'd ever been in the class." ADMIRS CHANDLER He began writing for mass- market magazines. Howevec, he had a love for mystery and professes a great admiration for author Ray- mond Chandler. He has devel- oped a reputation for writing with suspense, maximum'im- pact with minimum wincTup, clear characterization and natural dialogue a style which is in demand in Holly- wood. Mr. Dennis, with his wife Norma and five children, makes his home in the Santa Monica Mountains in Califor- nia. Norma is from Exeter, Ont. Rude Canadians dorft deserve royal visit LONDON (CP) Jean Rook, caustic columnist wHh the Beaverbrook-owned Express, says today Cana- dians don't deserve the chance to meet and talk to the Queen. "God save the Quean who s being far more gracious than I could be about the rudeness and arrogance of Canadians towards her 12-day she exclaims. "H.M. has taken every studied insult and threat of the cold shoulder in the smil- ing teeth. She still beams, wants to walk around and meet the people. "And you know what'll hap- pen when she does? They'll crash around her like felled logs, waving their maple leaves and cheering like buzz saws. They still don't deserve the chance." Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Restricted Adult Short Subjects: "Images" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Restricted Adult Short Subjects "Walking Tall" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Restricted Adult "Threesome" "Ideal Marriage" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Adult One Complete Show at "Gumshoe" "Pursuit of Happin" COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Public Swimming, Skating and Museum FACILITY Jun. Jon. Jun. July July 2 FRITZ SICK Swim (Adults only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim p.m. and 8-10 Swim Adults only) 12-1 p.m. Public Swim p.m. and 8-10 Swim 1-5 Swim 1-5 p.m. Family Swim 6-8 Swim (Adults Only) 12 1 p.m. Public Swim p.m. and 8-10 p.m. LIONS Swim p.m. and 9 Swim p.m. and 9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim 1-5 p.m. and 6-9 Swim p.m. and 9 p.m. HENDERSON Swim 1 1 a.m.-9 Swim 11 a.m.-9 Swim 11 a.m. -9 Swim 1 9 Swim 11 a.m.-9 p.m. HENDERSON PARK ICE Skating p.m. SIR ALEXANDER GAIT p.m. 9 p.m. Seaside piper Fred Hanjford pipes motorists aboard a British Col- umbia ferry at Swartz Bay, B.C. on Vancouver Island. Mr. Hansford's pipes are part of a new summer program to provide live music on the B.C. fleet. Canada resents being called fa hayseed9 NEW YORK (CP) "Mor and more, Canadians refer t he United States in that col< erm, a 'foreign au nor Edith Iglauer says in engthy study of Canadian American relations. The ar tide, titled The Stranger Next )oor, appears in the July issu< the Atlantic Monthly maga one. Miss Iglauer, who writes fo: toe New Yorker magazine, say: hat even Americans who vaca ion in Canada are "remarkablj gnorant" of Canada's people [overnment and different prov nces and territories. Miss Iglauer notes Canadian: are beginning to resent thei: southern neighbor and are de- reloping a new self-identity anc desire to control their own estiny. "Nonetheless, the United States continued to regard Can da as a gangling hayseed' h o admires American ways, gratefully ac epts American culture and the olden fallout of its economic uperiority, "and loves us no matter what." The author says one Canadian old an American friend: "We ke you Americans very much ti a person-to-person basisfbut jt's face it, as a nation the totted States is unlovable and re don't want to use it as a model." THERE FOR THE ASKING Many Americans feel Canada a "storage room" they can draw from when they run out of recious metals, oil and water, says Miss Iglauer. The chill in Canada-U.S. rela tions comes about because Ca- nadians "are a peace-loving people" and the Vietnam war and the U.S. conduct of it "shocked them." "The name John Connally has become a single dirty word in the Canadian lexicon. "The bullying behavior of President Nixon's (former) eco- nomic emissary, with his threat of retaliation if Canada should hold back raw materials that the United States needs, does not suit the reserved Canadian temperament." Nothing shocked Canadians as much as the U.S. imposition of a 10-per-cent tax on imported goods from Canada in 1971, she savs. Miss Iglauer writes that "al- though that tax was rescinded Become Ugandans KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) President Idi Amin granted Ugandan citizenship yesterday to Stokely Carmichael, the American-born black activist, and to his wife Miran Makeba, the singer. The couple live in Guinea in Western Africa but are on a visit to Uganda on the eastern side of the continent fairly soon after it was fan- posed, Canadians remember the date the tax was announced, Aug. 15, 1971, and refer to it as a day of infamy. "It exposed them to their own vulnerability, and they regard the fact that it could happen at all as a betrayal and a warn- ing." Debbie cleared on gun charge NEW YORK (AP) Film ac- tress Debbie Reynolds was cleared yesterday of a charge of possessing a gun with which her Son hurt himself last April. The district attorney's office told Crminal Court Judge Al- fred Kleiman that it could not prove the actress actually was in possession of the weapon. Miss Reynolds, appearing here in the stage musical re- vival Irene, had told the court that her son, Todd Fisher, 15, wounded himself in the leg while handling she thought was a stage prop pistol. The weapon actually was one of a pair given her husband, Harry Karl, and fired only blanks, she said. Bobby Darin marries HOLLYWOOD (Reuter) Singer Bobby Darin, 37, was married Monday to his compan- ion for the last four years, An- drea Yeager, 31, Darin's press agent announced here today. It was the second marriage for the singer, who retired from his career briefly last year to undergo open heart surgery to replace a heart valve. LONDON (Reuter) Opera star Marl Callas will make her first public appearance in eight years when she sings at Lon- don's Royal Festival Hall in September. The soprano's comeback will be called an evening of songs; arias and duets, which she will present with her constant com- panion, Italian tenor Guiseppe di Stefano. The volatile star last ap- peared in London in Tosca at Covent Garden in 1965, the year she retired. 1973 THI LBTHMIDQI HERALD f green acres drive in Mtyor MqrMh Dr. ft CoutU Hwy, 327-1100 LAST TIMES TONITE 'Gum Shoe' In Color with ALBERT FINNEY 'Pursuit of Happiness' In Color with MICHAEL SARftAZIN FRIDAY, SAT, end SUNDAY 2 FIRST RUN HORROR SHOWS 2 SECOND FEATURE COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents ajAffE RroductOT EfeTI REFLECTION ADULT ______________pcvfc Aftueafi. ctHieuK Gates Open 9 p.m. One Complete Show p.m. college cinema 20th Ave. Mayor Magrath Dr., 328-6300 STARTS TOMORROW at 7.00 and 9.10 p.m. RESTRICTED They'd never forget RESTRICTED ADULT the day he drifted into town. ADULT ENDS TONmT1'" 'THREESOME' in Color HIT NO. 2 IDEAL MARRIAGE'? Sunday One Show at p.m. CLINT EASTWOOD Matinee Monday at p.m. VERNABLOOM-MARIANAHILL STARTING TOMORROW j Last Times Tonight COLOR 'IMAGES'COLOR WITH SUSANNAH YORK SEE IT AGAIN AND AGAIN MUSIC! BRILLIANT MUSIC FILLED m TECHNICOLOR Original soundtrack available on Vista Records -J li- CC UJ ill o (9 (0 IU oc THE STARS you want to SEE! THE MUSIC'-' you want to HEAR! THE LAUGHTER you want to ENJOY! UJ a FAMILY KIDS ANYTIME Friday Sunday and all next at p.m. Saturday First Show starts 2 p.m. Continuous Showings Doors Open p.m. SPARKLING MIRACULOUS SMASHING MAGNIFICENT ;