Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 20

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 30
Previous Edition:

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THI lETHMtOGI HHL41D 4, Blacklisted Film Star Comes Bode By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD (AP) An- figure came back from the blacklist: Gale Soodergaard. The name conjures a flock of mmrories. .the flashing-eyed beauty who woo in the f .rst Oscar presented to a supporting actress the versatile tress who played everything from great men's wives to dragon ladies the political activist who defied congres- sional investigators and hence wrote an end to h'r movie car- eer. Miss Sondergaard is back in films after a 21-year absence She recently co-starred with Miriam Hopkins and John Gar field Jr. in a movie with the ap title of Comeback. She has also played TV guest-star roles on Get Smart and It Takes a Thtef Later this month she begins a three-year contract on a day "time drama for ABC, The Best of Everything, based on the Rooa Jalfe novel. NAMED AS REDS Miss Sondergaard was one of the last persons to return to ac live employment in films te'leviskm after the demise the blacklist. She and her bus band, director Herbert Biber man, had been named Commun- ist party members in testimooj before congressional oomnut- ees. They quickly found stuxho doors closed to them. If you were named, you idn't work; it was as simpk as she says. SHOE REPAIRS it BEST FAST CHEAP SHOt HOSPITAL 331 llth Street South e is reluctant to talk about those years, but she com- ment that she had repels. "I never feH bitter about what happened. I fett that I had been a part of history, and that made me proud." Her Elm career had started in tUt with Anthony Adverse, which won her the Ocear. She smiled as she recalled the char- acter she played: "ta the book the woman was the mistress of Adverse, but that wasn't al- lowed in those days. We got the idea across with merely a look. Not like movies today." Siaehus film bafts her as an oriental lady of quiet cruelty. "Yet I only played two The Letter anc Anna and the King of Siam. Anc few of my roles were cruel. I did pUy the whip-lashing sister in Seventh Heaven, but then followed that with Mrs. Zola and Empress Eugenie in Jua The life of Emile Zola, which she appeared wUh Paul Mini, was her favorite turn The Academy coote it best pic- ure of 1987. The Bibermaai remained in Hollywood after the blacklist, raising their children in the same large house ihey have lived ia. "I don't eawder those were last the actress said. 'Instead of being so busy with my career, I got to know my children. My husband and 1 leaned how to live, cat way or another, the struggle for a tiv- Bg can be as experi- ence. I was lucky to have a hus- band who is a fount of creativ- (H, was always working on some project for the future. He never gave up hope that we would be working again." Biberman made the film Salt of the Earth, and Miss Sonder- gaard toured the country with a one-woman show. Six years ago they moved to New York, and she did stage work while he pre- pared a film, Saves, whkb was produced last year. Now, like others on the blacklist, they are once more employable. Glassblvwer Says It's All Hot Air a Sands Blamed For Loss TORONTO (CP> Sun Oil of Phiiaieepnui says a sharp drop in iti profit was partly caused by sustained by iU Canadian ubtidUry, Great Canadian Oil Saadt Ltd. of To- noto. The Canadian firm an oil sands mining project aad crude oil extraetiH plant at Fort HcUurray, AHj. The coopiny'i annual report says "many operating prob- lems" were resolved at the Al- berta site in UM and higher production levels achieved. "However, the facility oper ated at a financial tots due U sporadic production at less thai capacity, a sharp drop in work sulphur prices and an increase in wages, salaries and bene- MM, all areas of lant were shown capable of rating at design capacity. This ear, the goel is to achieve sus- ained operation and improved results." Company officiate In Toronto Thursday denied sugceatMBf that the plant might be cold or closed. AFFILIATE WITH CtC OTTAWA (CP) Districts li and 26 of the. United Mile Workers of America have beea accepted into affiliation wHa the Caradian Labor Congress, the announced here. Dis- trict.IS in Western Canada and District M in Eastern Canada have combined membership of about f ,OM. there's someone who's interested in a 17 year old who's finished school? interested in Canadian rorcet oiid if you're willing to workhbrd, leama trade, and accept important rttpon- you a futura with leanity, a jtaady inconw, job iHIlt you con kotp forever. For contort your local military THE CANADIAN Town Houta Mottl 12 Noon to I p.m. Wed., Apr. I, 1970 EDMONTON (CP) People who say gUssbiowerf are breed with powerful hmgs and a lot of'wind are fun of hot sir, says a glassbtower. Cor Brnsselers, 35, is.supero- sor of a glass plant at Univer- sity of Alberta, and he's on the slim side. He said in an i interview: "People seem to think that to be a glassblower' you have to have a barrel chest. R's just not true. Really, there's very little blowing involved. "And it's not bow hard you How, it's when you blow that counts. It's a question of manip- ulating the glass and blowing a' the right time." Born and raised in TV Neth- erlands, Mr. Brusselen has been blowing glass for 22 years and in his estimation there are only about 20 good gUssblowers in Canada. He got his diploma and train: rag it a school in bis home town, Eindhoven ta the southern part of The Nether latxh. He enrolled- in the school when he was 13-it was a trade had no idea wha course be. woold take. CHOSE rrVoR HM rf Td never even'seen glass he said. "The school more or less chose it for me.'. The first time he eocountan the trade .was tour, the school when the glassMow- ers had been given free rein for the benefit of visitors. The things they were doing appealed to Mr. Brusselers. STOP AT THE SIGN OF KADQUITBS After foot years, be received ,s diploma and worked in var- oos pUnfe in The Netherlands xiore moving to Toronto. "There an a fair number, of gbssMowing shops hi Holland, he Inde is more widespread than it a here." In 1961, he came to Edmonton work'for the university's ant which does custom glass- owing for the chemistry de- "We buy standard glassware hke joints, flasks. I ubing or test tubes, but we make more intricate equipment as fusion pumps, vacuum flasks or any special apparatus which is renuesteo1." He said-tbe prime-considera- tion ot whether to buy an item or make it is convenience. "If a professor needed some- thing special aad had'to send away for it, there would be a delivery time of six to eight weeks, perhaps. Here, he can it done in one or two days and talk over exactly what be wants with the man who's mat mgit "in a reckon that fa our shop we produce to worth of glassware." Contrary'to the popular eoh- ceptko of a glassblower' making ornamental glassware, Mr. Brbsselers doesnt do much out- side of his job. never in very matt for fancy glaablowing. I'm not ready mterated-in that Some- times I make swan or rases, bat that's about the'extent of it" CONTRAST IN CAMBOMA-A youngster peacefjlly in hammock under hii motrwr's cigarette itoind in foreground, blissfully unaware of tfw tank in back- ground guarding a key street intersection in Phnom Penh, capital city of Cambodia. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE Moving A division of FIRESTONE TIRE S RUBBER Company of Canada limited Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. OKN DAILY 8 A.M. 70 4 TM. PACKING STChtAGE 327-2097 DAYS 377-3473 NIGHTS j McLean Transfer MO W. ST. S. LETHUB6C MODCIN FWN1TVME STOMGE WAIBKXISE ltd. amb for Nortk American Von Unn "FOS A BETTER MOVE Atl WAYS" NEEDS AT ONE Ol CUSTOM MADE HOSE kUDE STIOKE CONItOL AND KUSABU END HY-TRAN Available Now right specifications, quality and us TODAY Harvester SALES ANDSEKVKE 304 STAFFOW MIVI rHONE K7-312S STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL OPERATIONS OF THE for maximum milagt and rtevr Ing control, yw Ovr trained wrvictnran will ad- just cambtr, and tot-out the) mod modem LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL FOR THE TEAR ENDING DECEMBER, 1969, WITH COMPARATIVE FIGURES FOR 1968 REVENUE: rrovinciol Government Gronl Provincial Govemitwnl In-Patient Income Otit-Patient Olhtr Income......................... TOTAL MCOME EXPENDITURE: General Administration Patient Service (Nurlins) Special Services to Patienh (including out-patient core) Supplemental Servicn ta Patient! (Including Training Program) Dietary................................................ laundry and linen Service........... Housekeeping Plant Maintenance and Ulililiei) I9M M.644.M TOTAL EXPENDITURES CONSIST OF Salarte) and Supplies and Marericli Fined Acquliition Grants Debenture Interest Grant Debenture Principal Gran 562.456.00 11.00 In addition to the foregoing, Ih. followino amounts were polJ the Provincial Government lo, or en behalf of lelhbridge Municipal Hospitalj The Informalion contained In this report wos taVen from thi detailed finarxlot ttoteme Associatei, Charred Actauntanhh oudired br McGregor and ;