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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May LETHDHIPQC Aging actress to make film GLORIA SWANSON DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC AOSSHOSACK Certified Dantal Mechanic 1-304 Slh SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 LOS ANGELES not another crazy said Gloria Swanson when she was asked to end a 22-year absence from the screen and appear in Airport 1975. soon as I heard they wanted me to play an I figured it was another said Miss 75. Producer Bill Frye and director Jack Smight do not POUND 3 or 4 month old brown and grey PUP Vicinity ol 13th Street and 9th Ave. South For more information Phone 328-6752 ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won Number IP WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD Limit PAYS DOUBLE OIM imdOT 1 e ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT May AND May June SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES Theatre OF THE in color. Starring Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnme. May 29 show at p.m. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. Theatre and in color DOUBLE FEATURE. May 29 show at p m RESTRICT- ED ADULT. PINCHER Theatre TANGO IN in color. Starring Marlon Brando Friday and Satur- May 31 and June 1. Wednesday show at p.m. RESTRICTED ADULT RED COACH LOUNGE presents Don Perrin nightly for your entertainment TAVFRN BARNEY and the BEERNUTS UthAve.OhSt.S. Phone 3Z7-3191 HOTEL Expo KrlttoHarton Special JuM 18th 5 05 Expo Krlttoftrrton Spacitl. June 4 Full F.XOO Spaclal 4 Expo Special 4 July 1 Eattarn Canada July 23 at low ai Quebec Prince Edward Toronto. Niagara Falls Expo Mormon Tabarnacla Choir Chicago Special JuU 5 dlyt Expo Jack July S dayt Dltnayland and Expo 17 at low 10 Matt left Expo Krtakin Special Sapt. 4 WMI Coaat Autumn Tour 12 aa low at Lake Louise. Columbia ice Fields. Victoria. Expo Expo Jim Buck Owan Spatial 4 Aug. Expo Canada Spaclal 4 Aug. 26th EMWrn Canada Autumn LMVM Oct. 23 tow at Prince Edward Ottawa. Toronto and many more Expo Ella Fltzgwald Special Nov. 4 dayt NORTHERN BUS TOURS ALTA. PHONE 327-3538 Travail Cawitra 329-4474 want her to play a psycho star' in the sequel to Universal's biggest moneymaker. Even she found the dialogue She came up with a Instead of portraying some mythical movie why not call the character Gloria I could talk the way I do and I could bring my own food aboard the airplane. Everybody knows I'm somewhat of a nut about she said. End nearN OTTAWA The reve- nue department reports it has processed about three- quarters of individual tax returns filed. A department report today showed 10.52 million returns had been filed up to last Thursday and 72 per cent had been processed. By the same date a year ago the department had received 10.11 million and processed 49 per cent. Refunds had been sent to 6.43 million or to 85 per cent of those whose returns had been processed. Show Times Olympic winner Johnny an Olympic swim winner in his younger will be 70 years old June 2. He is shown above with one of his commemorative medals outside his home in Las Nevada. Weismuller starred in 19 Tarzan movies. Arts conference opens Thursday PARAMOUNT THEATRE Short Subjects 7 00 9-00 ZARDOZ 7 15 9-20 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 00 RESTRICTED ADULT PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short 715915 SERPENT 7-25 9 25 LAST COMPLETE SHOW 9 15 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT COLLEGE CINEMA THE GREAT GATSBY 7 00 9-25 No Short Subjects TWO COMPLETE SHOWS. 7 00 9 25 ADULT ENTERTAINMENT GREEN ACHES DRIVE IN THEATRE FAT CITY- 9 45 BLACK GUN 11 20 ONE COMPLETE SHOW 9 45 GATES OPEN 8 45 RESTRICTED ADULT EDMONTON Some of the meaning of life and time can be glimpsed through art. That's the assumption behind several parts of the Arts and You conference to take place in Red Deer May 30 and and June 1 and 2. A conference presentation by Professor Ross Snyder of the Chicago Theological Seminary will look at art as a vehicle for discovering the meaning of life. A later session by the Reverend David Spence of the Ritchie United discusses the theology of leisure he offers a chance to experience the creative process of life on the morning of June art explodes on to the streets of Red Deer in craft Demonstrations and performances in the public buildings and malls of the city. Author wins appeal bid OTTAWA Xaviera author of the best seller The Happer to- The Social Credit Party of Canada Lethbridge Riding will be holding their NOMINATING CONVENTION May p.m. in the Polish hill. 745-13th SI. N.. Lethbridga SpacitI Sputa lor the night will be MR. ED Social Credit cindidite lor the Medicine Hit Federal Riding. day won the right to appeal a deportation order against her to the Supreme Court of Canada. Miss also known as Xaviera was ordered to leave Canada Feb. by the immigration department on the grounds she had admitted committing crimes involving prostitution. Evidence of the crimes was based on Miss Hollander's books. Wednesday Night at the LEGION VIMY LOUNGE Members and Invited Guests What's happening at PRUEGGER'S J See them now... they're the greatest A PRUEGGER'S MUSIC LTD. t 530-5th St. S. v Phone 329-3151 FANTASTIC CLEARANCE OF GUITARS NOW IN Ballet China expert win awards OTTAWA Celia artistic director of the National China expert W.A.C.H. Dobson and painter Jean-Paul Lemieux have won Molson prizes awarded by the Canada it was announced Monday. The prizes are financed by a gift of to the council by the Molson the proceeds of which are awarded annually to recognize outstanding contributions to the humanities and social sciences or to national unity. Miss who retires July 1 as artistic director of the ballet company she founded in has been called the first lady of Canadian ballet. She will continue with the company as a coach and part-time cho- reographer. Mr. now a senior fellow at Massey College in has done extensive research in the development of classical Chinese and last summer published a dictionary of the language. SPURRED LOGGING Britain's shipbuilding needs during the Napoleonic wars made timber a major export industry in Quebec and New Brunswick in the early 19th century. aramount TONITE and THURS. RESTRICTED ADULT SEAN CONNERY ZARDOZ paramount cinema LAST TIMES TONITE AT P.M. ADULT hENRY DIRK college cinema Last Times Tonite AT P.M. ROBOT R6DFORD and miR FRRROUU ADULT GR6RT Eiglts prastnt for your Dancing Pleasure 'BRIDGE COMBO' May Hall Installation of p.m. Dancing at p.m. For members and invited guests only. THE INN CROWD In association with Holiday Inn at tht Holiday Inn Theatre Present CHAUCER'S A Mualcal Comady Fhis May Show starts p.m. Bar Service from ay 31 paramount cinema TOMORROW thru SAT. MOVES DOWNTOWN HELD OVER FOR 3 MORE DAYS FRRROUU ADULT TH6 GR6RT SHOWS AT AND P.M. green acres drive-in RESTRICTED ADULT 18 Years and Over HUSTON'S TONIGHT AND THURSDAY CITY COLUMBIA PICTURES ana RASTAR PRODUCTIONS Present STACY KEACH JEFF BRIDGES SUSAN TYRRELL n 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES i NO z in color Starring Jim Brown Gates open complete show p.m. college cinema STARTS TOMORROW THEY'RE BACK AS FUNNY AS EVER IT'S THEIR still fly off tlief Joseph E Levine and Avco Embassy present An lulo Zmgarelli Film ADULT -TerenceRill ADULT 'All The Way i Bud Spencer ReneKolMehoff Michel Anloinc AndwiihCyTJl Cusack ;