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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 28. 1972 THE IfTHOCIrjct HE'AID 17 Plenty of action at film festival B.r MAURKK.V .MMIKSOX Fatnily Edilor The celluloid .smorgasbord served up to the patrons of the second annual film festival cat- ered to almost every taste. Humor, tragedy, science- and under the watchful eyes of dn- Tichenoi and John Bruha of the faculty of education On request, Uiey ran four films which they had made eith- er together or singly, and an- swered innumerable questions Mr. Bruha explained lhc> cultural and social comment. were all represented at the Yates Centre on Friday and j were concentrating on the tone Saturday. j poem effect, bocaii.se they had For the children, the high- seen "so many instructional films that arc esthetically hor- used in education. Long stretches of clesr film These were Ihe kind, he said light WES the film animation workshop. were spread on paper-covered tables. The Iclds each staked out a claim to a blank section, picked up a handful of brilli- antly-colored felt pens, and let j the feel imagination run riot. talked When a strip was completely "having a guy stand up there filled, Betti Hemmings and Ben Sopow, media lab. assistants for the faculty of education at the University of Ixithhridgc, roled 'the film and ran it through the projector at a some- what slowed-down pace. The children watched fasci- nated, as their lines, blobs, dots, squiggles and wiggles ap- peared on the screen in glori- ous technicolor. LOTS OF ACTION While the auditorium was the main centre of interest, five "small theatres" were cunning- ly contrived from odd rooms in die basemont including a cosy little washroom. Accoustics were not the best- but most of the soundtracks. were audible. Viewers were choc se the f i 1 m.s t hey wa n ted run from a selection laid out on a long treslled table. One of these was "a film showing what man has done to his made by four Grade 9 students in Edmonton. Most, though, appeared to be professionally made. LOCAL FILM and talk fcr uvo with some background added. Kids in school can catch rather than be said Mr. Bruha. Two films in particular made the point most graphically. The film on railway rolling stock invested the equipment 'nth such impressive splendor, it was hard to believe the loca- tion was the Lethbridge yards. This one, incidentally, is now being shown across Canada. WORLD PREMIERE 9 Hey Rube, which had its world premiere at the festival, was described by Mr. as "a sound and tone poem the midway at the carnival, which was shot at the fair last PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER Anita Slattery drawing a pattern on a piece of film at the film animation work- shop, which was part of the second annual film festival held at the Yates Memorial Centre on Friday and Sat- urday. sstival, I Bmlia i i and out summer.1' Huge tracks rolled into the I fairgrounds men strained at posts and pulled r.t canvass and the midway took shape. The surging crowds, the ride town Inner person is revealed DUNCAN. B.C. (CPW- Claire! vous kid. I could study the po- Webster, a certified master gra- pho-analyst, says handwriting reveals the inner person and for tentials in the writing and then j help them." she has analysed Mrs. M. Seaman will repre- sent Faith Lodge, aTid Mrs, B. practising her profession for reveals the inner person and for she has analysed this reason should be used in j more than samples of peo- schools and in other fields. pie's handwriting, Mrs. Webster j Mrs. Webster, who has teen said she has met less than one- swirling and dipping into a giant j Nalder and Mrs. 0. Watmough at liberty to! steel kaleidoscope, added up I will represent Dominion to the kind of excitement that Lodge al the Rchekah Assem- would have made a verbal i bly of Alberta sessions lo be soundtrack completely super- j held (his week in Calgary, fluous. Also planning lo attend are MUCH Mrs. R. Snowden. Mrs. B. Gi- The festival was sponsored i accmazzi, Mrs. E. M y e r s, by the U of L and its Extension Mrs. R. Gilmour, Airs. J. Mar- Department awl the Southern shalsay, Mrs. J. Arnold. Mrs. X. Wheeler. Mrs. H. Mc.Xab. Mrs. M. Schoening. Hidden away in the western i Lethbridge Pubic Library, the Mrs. M. Coaker. Mrs. Koen- Alberta Council on Public AC- fairs, with assistance from the alcove of the upper lobby was i YMCA. City of Lethbridge and i en, Mrs. V. Crofts, Mrs. the film production workshop, i Youth Theatre. Lowe. Mrs. A. Davis. Shopping in India difficult Vou ivant to buy everything _i I twentieth of them. said in an interview that I Most of her contacts, she said, grapho-analysis is a science which studies character and personality trails through hand- writ ing. She said it helps people to are through correspondence. For this reason, because it docs not involve dis- cussions or criticisms'1, she [eels that grapha-analysis has a find out their Into potential. greater potential than more or- Grapho-analysis would he a tremendous sspot to the school system, said Mrs. Webster, he- cause there could be better im- thordox method of character as- sess men L BET YOU DDIvT KNOT THIS: A lot. of people know rela- tively little about the history of the YVYCA. Here are a "few fscts that might interest you. The first Y was started in East- ern Canada, in Saint John. New Brunswick in 11170. A few friends gathered in a home and went forward in the strength of their Christian belief to hire and furnish rooms, make weekly (ierstanding earlier in a stu- complimentary to people dent's life of jus! what his apti-j they arc usually inure receptive "I do not give advice, opinion visits to the jail, hospitals and or judgment. Just analysis. If is NEW DELHI (CP) Shop- ping in the capital of India is devastating to the budget. Not that things are pvwnsivc; just that you want to buy ev- everything. Take the beautiful saris, for example. You know you'll never wear one unless at an at-home party, as a conversa- tion topic. But when a pretty Indian clerk in a colorful sari charmingly points out that you can make a dress, per- haps two, and certainly a dress and a blouse out of one sari w e 11, you're hooked, Saris vary in price from cheap cottons to pure silks and even jewel-embroidered ones costing hundreds of dol- lars. Of course you can also buy pure silk prints by the yard but there's something roman- tic and status-important in ex- plaining to friends that your dress was made from a genu- ine Indian sari. Jn New Delhi, one Indian a teacher to get to know stu- dents on the first day of school rather than on the last. Through periodic assessment of a student by grapho-analysts from about Grade Mrs. Webs- ter said she feels students' abili- ties could be bettor directed and their frustrations and conflicts j could be detected early. v 1 She also said grapho-analysis could contribute a great deal to costume selling to the tourists I probation work. is (lie gharara. with wide "Through handwriting analy- gored are H2 j sis I could tell the difference inches around each a between a bad kid and mischie- tunic top. Once an old Mocul costume worn by the men, it's i now been taken over by the women. You can have one J made to order by one tailor in j one day. For a long evening i coat and classic dress, two tailors ran complete ihe CD- semble in one or two days. i WAS FASHION' EDITOR In Bombay we dropped in at Ttukhmani, a fashion boutique owned by Mrs. Main Guzden, who was for five years the fashion fdilor of Bombay's Eve's Weekly. Mostly her clothes arc in western styles, in Indian fabrics, especially raw homes needing help, make home for wayward girls, found a school and hold weekly tudes are. Also it would enable lo the result because they real- i prayer meetings. Between 1875- ize 'that's mine. I wrote that.'' IV elects officers Get to know somebody on Tuesday As part of the Getting to Know You Day. Uie Lethbridge Fricndsliip Centre invites you up for coffee ajid refreshments, from to 4 p.m. on Tues- day. The Canadian Mental Health it....._. Association has named Tucs- ik. One was a tunic and as lo g.ct out and and befriend some- MRS. ALLISTEK 1 INDLAY president I Following a recent annual i meeting, the YWCA of Leth- iy to invite your for coffee and a chat, or to pay a call on a friend you haven't seen far a long time. Whatever the plans arc- Ihe CMHA will be pleased lo hear from you or your group, and Serving on the hoard will be may be able to assist with acldi-; Mrs. A. (Jean) Findiay, prcsi- tion.il ideas. I dent, Mrs. W. (Helen) Haufe, vice president, Mrs. F. M. Christie, vice presi- i dent. Mrs. S. i Gerry) Jame- son, secretary, and Mrs. T. L. i.JoanJ Ferguson, treasurer; Mrs. Bond ling. Mrs. .1. 'L. (Kavi Castles, Mrs. T. 0. For f u r t h e r information, please contact the CMJIA. i IHOO. pTiN en tume with gold and j nieel> 011 stones set in the em- onc; bioideiv nbout S45. ttl0 ou il also find it impossible neighbor to icsisi Indian jowelery. All mnjor citirs have excellent jowelcry shops where you can gel good buys in precious and pi penis. We par- ticulaiiv liked the smoky topaz. Tlic Com Palace in Jai- pur is a good example. Both the Queen and Jackie Onassis bought bracelets here. Another is Kohinoor Jewell- ns in ra. hnnie of the 1 Al ih 1 Tic firm has been in the saivo family for more than years. They have more than fi.OOO ring designs. 1 111 it o in1 lovely. One pen- UK' p n in emeralds and poai 1 Indi i (rv-Muinr jovvrlory is pormhr foiirisU, Iv.KuiicI i ud hannlos inlaid with slivers of mirror? r.vo rno--t at- Iranivo and inexpensive. If you're looking for an- tiques, (here's tho Fine Art I due- n Jaipur. Owner Cansave Lotlmridgo branch. TUix has items such as a Marilyn Miller." chairman of y e a r -o 1 (I emperor's sword, i the Alhcrla division of Cansave piued it Vi.ffOO. Rut there are in Calgary, enme to Lrit.h bridge also inexpensive items such j for llio milling. Mrs. Miller a.s the o h a r m i g. locally- j said it is Cansave's inlcntion to made, la- j increase the nuniher of Alberta 15 inches high, playing i committees from 40 to 50 by i cttlliiig for vohuilecrs i 1900. nine more associations were organized throughout Canada. As far as our own Lethbrii YWCA is concerned, we were organized with the realization of Ihe scute need of a resi- dence for young girls. Many volunteers canvassed for funds and in September 1949 the resi- dence was completed. In April 1951 the association was incor- porated under the Provincial Societies Act. with the residence, our YWCA has grown to include many community- centred programs. Some such programs are yoga, keep fit aad swim, keep fit and vollcy- ball, tiny tots creative dancing, ladies' take-a-brcak. Blue Tri- angles, junior drama, junior guitar, adult guitar, synchron- zied swimming, junior gymnas- tics, advanced gymnastics, Eng- lish, bridge classes and Teens. Since 1949 the YWCA h a s cbme a long way ilianJis to the faithful service that the volunteers have provided. Let's hope our programs will continue to grow. I wonder where we'll be in ten more years? PLEASE TAKE NOTK J The advanced gymnastics is going very well at Hamilton Jr. High school on Monday nights. This class is limited to a small number, hui. there arc brid-e "elected board j a few vacancies for interested of directors for the 1972 term. enthusiasts. 2. The Blue Triangle groups arc growing at an ever-increas- ing rate. Unfortunately oiir vol- unteers are having trouble keeping up. Any additional vol- unteers would be more than preeiaf ed. For exn mpie Lake- view school moots Thursdays with T2 little girls and only '2 leaders. Plea.se help if you can. Chapman, Mrs. II. I K. i Donna) Coulter; Mrs. K. (Marg) Held. Mrs. D. (Barbara) -Jensen. Mrs. (i. Phone the YWCA or coniad .Jcannifi Boon at if you j can help :i. Plessc note that the A meeting nnmnp !tl inUTOstec! in volunteer wnrl; for the Canadian Save I he fire n Fund (Cansave) was hold jat the homo of Mrs. Iluph Arnold, acting chairman of Ihe I Kmub, Mrs. E. II. (Isa- j Take-a-Break group from grove Apnrlnicnt.s (Sp n nish Village) go Tuesday at r.t tho Poo! inctcac! meeting j on Wednesday. QUICK........ THRIFT........ BULK........ COIN-OPERATED BY THE POUND DRY CLEANING ...j Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13lh ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 inslnmienls. Thcsi idi M( I stores and even small shops have wide selections, in- cluding ivory, ebony, rose- winid and sandalwdod pie- phanls al all prices: hand- some evening bags of velvel, limeade and raw silk heavily embroidered with semi-pre- cious stones: lightweight Kashmir stoics, ranging from lo shawls up lo nbmil of Iliis year. "We hope In aelively re-e.s- lalilisli Ihe hranch u-ilhin a Mrs. Miller said. Kvpry day, ciiiWren in l.lw world die of hunger and in conLs can feed, clotli, edncale, shpller and medicare a child a day. Vohmlcers inleresled in jiin- ing Cansave arc invited In con- lad Mrs. Arnold at N. Pflrksidc Dr. (Tel. I To Provide Better Service Telephone Number Has Been Changed To: 770 ooor Owned by Canaclinm Effectivo March 1, 1972 LID. located in ZEUER'S SHOPPING CENTRE 1644 Mayor Magrath Drive 5. 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