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Page 4C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press June 1, 2016 + l Experience it in EVX ENHANCED VIEWING EXPERIENCE Magic at the Kyle Public Library Come see the Magic of Reading and see some amazing magic happen with Cody Fisher, Tuesday, June 7, 11 a.m. to noon at the Kyle Public Library. For more information, call the library at 512- 268-7411. Tuesdays Any Movie. All Day. Excludes special events & advanced showings EVX & 3-D upcharges still apply First Thursday in Buda June's First Thursday in Downtown Buda is a family-friendly summer kick-off party! From 5-8 p.m., there will be specials, giveaways and live music for all to enjoy at participating merchants. Once a month, the Buda Downtown Merchants' Group hosts First Thursday in Downtown Buda, an event featuring several downtown businesses which are alive after five to offer attractive evening specials for shopping and dining. Summer in the Park with Soul Track Mind This year marks 30 years of the Sum- mer in the Park Concert Series in San Marcos. Soul Track Mind will kick off this summer's series Thursday, June 2, 7:30 p.m. at Plaza Park. Different bands of various genres come play every Thursday night from June to the second week of August. Buda Movie in the Park- Rango Enjoy concerts under the pavilion or watch family friendly movies under the stars. June 3, 9 p.m., will be a showing of Range at Buda City Park. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and snacks for comfort. Admission is free. Concerts for a Cause - Kyle Join Concerts for a Cause for a family-friendly evening benefiting Hays Swim Club at Central Texas Speedway, 24801 IH 35, Kyle, Texas, from 5-8 p.m. The event is free but donations are welcome. Hays Swim Club, a 501c(3) non-profit organization, is dedicated to provid- ing aspiring swimmers the opportunity and tools to become excellent athletes and ambassadors to the sport of swimming. Author reading at the Kyle Library Join the Kyle Public Library on Saturday, June 4 at 10:30 a.m. for a talk with local author Gudjon Bergmann. Bergmann will be reading from his debut novel, "The Meditating Psychiatrist Who Tried To Kill Himself," and will moderate a discussion about the philosophical concepts touched upon in his book. Kyle Animal Control Pet Fair Join Kyle Ani- mal Control at City Square Park, 100 S. Burleson Street, on June 4, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for ven- dors, informa- tional booths, food, vaccine clinic for dogs and cats, pet registration, bounce house, pet contests, K9 demo, and more. For more information, go to al-kyle-animal-control-pet-fair ATTENTION I CLASS OF 1981 l ATTENTION CLASS OF 1981 For all showtimes II and listings, please lJ check our website or call our sh0wline! Texas History: Trails far from happy Continued from pg. 2C to break out of the cowboy mold, and studio big- shots agreed in the belief "Red" Barry could be the next James Cagney. That idea was per- manently shelved after complaints from directors and other crew members, whose misfortune it had been to work with the hot-tempered thespian. One contemptuous di- rector called him "The Midget," and another fla'fly refused to ever make another picture with him. Given his over-inflated ego, Barry likely thought he was the studio's "hot- test property" until that day in 1944 they showed him the door. But with Roy Rogers, Bill Elliott and Plainview's own Sunset Carson in the Republic stable, he would not be missed. Feelings could not have been all that hard since Barry returned to Republic Pictures for the occasional curtain call for the rest of the 1940's. In middle age, he learned not to be so picky and ac- cepted any part that came his way in a variety of mostly forgettable films. But it was television that extended Barry's acting career. He was a natural for guest spots on shows like "The Virgin- ian," "Little House on the Prairie," "Maverick," "Sug- arfoot" and other prime- time favorites during the golden age of tv westerns. Police responded to a report of a domestic disturbance at Barry's North Hollywood home in the summer of 1980. The estranged wife of the 68 year old actor had come back to the residence for a few of her things and that evidently lit her ex- husband's short fuse. Officers thought they had succeeded in calming everybody down, when Don "Red" Barry suddenly emerged from the house holding a .38-caliber revolver. Without saying a word, he fired one round into his head and died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Signed first editions of"Texas Boomtowns: A History of Blood and Oil" are still on sale. Order yours today with a check for $28.80 to Bartee Halle, P.O. Box 152, Friendswood, TX 77549 or on-line at barteehaile, corn Montage: Dumpster Days Continued from pg. 1C Unfortunately, a few weeks back, caustic chemicals from hazard- ous materials left for pickup splashed in Mr. Green's eyes. At the be- ginning of Memorial Day weekend, it was reported that he hopes to return this week. Talking about "not al- lowed", now's a good time to mention: plastic bags holding recycling must be emptied and removed, and not placed in the city's recycling bins. Plastic bags clog recycling machinery, so they are not accepted at the recy- cling center. Local gro- celt stores and hardware stores sell "recycling-cen- ter-acceptable" gigantic paper "leaf bags". And, talking about Mr. Green, placing broken down cardboard boxes into the Mountain City recycling bins will take a load off Mr. Green. It's the green thing to do. Talking about bins, my electronic bin always accepts tidbits. Email to or leave a message at 512- 268-5678. Thanks! Love, Pauline. 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