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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Tcbrunry 28. 1972 THE lETHOKIrjct HE'ALD _ 17 Plenty of action at film festival IJ.Y Family Kdilor The celluloid .smorgasbord served up lo the patrons of Lhc .second annual film festival cal- crcd to almost every la.sle. Humor, tragedy, .science- nnd cullural and social comment, were all represented at L li c Yatos Centre on Friday and Saturday. For the children, the high- light ws the film I animation workshop. j Long stretches of clear film were spread on paper-covered tables. The. each staked out a claim to a blank section, picked up a handful of brilli- antly-colored felt pens, and lei (be feel imagination run riol. talked to-1' When a strip was completely filled, Betli Hcmmings and Ben media assistants for Llie faculty of education at the University of Ijclhbridge, roled Ihe film and ran it through the projector at a some- what sloued-down pace. The children watched fasci- nated, as their lines, blobs, dots, squiggles and wiggles ap- peared on Uie screen in glori- ous technicolor. LOTS OF While Ihe auditorium was Ihe main centre of interest, five ''small ther.lrcs" were cunning- ly contrived from odd rooms in Lhe bascmont including a cosy liltlc washroom. Accouslics were not the best- but most of Uie soundtracks were audible. Viewers were at liberty to chocse the films they wanted run from a selection laid out on a Icng table. One of Ihcti1 wa.s "a film showing what man has done to his made hy four Grade 9 students in Edmonton. Most, though, appeared lo be made. LOCAL FILM under the watchful eyes of (in- Harold Tichenor and John Bruha of the faculty of education On request, Uiey ran four films which they had made eith- er together or- .singly, and n swered innumerable question Mr. Bruha explained llic'v concentrating on the lone poem effeci, because they I d seen "so many instructional films thai are eslhclically hor- iwd in cdiu'afion. These were the kind, (12 said "having a guy stand up there and talk for two with some background added. 'Kids in school can catch rather than bo said lUr. Bruha. Two films in particular made ana oat the point most graphically. The film on railway rolling slock in vested Ihe equipment 'nth such impressive splendor it was hard to believe Ihc loca- tion was the LeUibridge yards. This one, incidentally, is now being shown across Canada. WORLD PnEMIICItK 9 Hey Rube, which had its world premiere at the festival, was described by Air. Brnhfi as "a sound ajid lone poem of the midway at (he carnival. wliich was shot at Uie fair last summer.1' Huge trucks rolled inlo the fairgrounds men strained al posts and pulled r.l canvass and the midway look shape. The surging crowds, the rides swirling and dipping inlo a giant steel kaleidoscope, added up lo Lhe kind of excitement that made a verbal soundtrack completely super- fluous. MUCH CO-OPEIIAT10N Th2 festival was sponsored accmazzi. Mrs. E. M y c r s, by the U of L and its Extension Department awl the- Southern Alberta Council on Public Af- fairs, with assistance from Ihe PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER Anila Slattery drawing a pallern on a piece of film al the film animalion work- shop, which was part of the second annual film feslivai held al I he Yales Memorial Ccnire on Friday and 5al- u relay. LOWll Inner person is revealed, DUNCAN'. B.C. ivous kid. I could study the po- Wcbstcr, a certified master gra- pho-analyst, says handwriting revcal.s Hie injier person and for Lcnlials in ihc writing and Uicn i help than." news AlLhoiyih she has analysed this reason should be used in more than samples of peo- schoDls and in other fields. I pie's handwriting, Mrs. Webster Sirs. Webster, who has been said she has met less than one- I Mrs. .M. Soainan will repre- sent Failli Lodge, and Ill's. B. practising her profession for 21 I twentieth of them. Mrs R. Gilmoiir, Mrs. J. llar- shalsHy, Mrs. J. Arnold. Mrs. X. Wheeler. .Mrs. II. Mc.Xab. Mrs. M. Schoening. Mrs. M. Cooker. Mrs. Koen- alcovc of the upper lobby was YMCA, City of Lctlibrklge and en, Mrs. V. Crofts. Mrs. H Hidden away in Ihc western i Lelhbridge Pubic Librarv. the Xakler and Mrs. 0. Watmough will represent Dominion Lodge si the Rehckah Assem- My of icld Ihi Alberla sessions to week in Calgary. Also planning lo attend are Mrs. R. Snov.dcn. Mrs. B. Gi- the film production workshop. I Youth Theatre. Lowe. Mj'S. A. Davis. years, said in an interview that Most of her contacts, she said, Shopping in India difficult Vou ivant to buy NEW DELHI (CP) Shop- ping in Ihc capital of India is devastating Lo Ihc budget. Not that things aro pvwnsivc; just thai you want lo huy cv- cveryihing. Take the saris, for example. You know you'll never wear one unless at an at-home party, n_s 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, nnd certainly a dress and a blouse out of one sari c 11, you're hooked. Saris vary in price from cheap collon.s to pure .silks and even jewel-embroidered ones costing hundreds of dol- lars. Of course you can alM) buy pure silk' prints by the yard but there's something roman- iic and status-important in ex- plaining lo friends that your dress was made from a genu- ine Indian sari. Jn New Delhi, one Indian costume t-'elliny lo the tourists is the gharara. with wide pored are H2 inches around each a tunic.- top. Once an old Mosul costume worn by the men, it's row been taken over by the wo inert. Yon can have one made lo o-dcr by one tailor in one day. For a long evening coat and classic dress, two Isilora ran complete (he en- semble in one or two days. AWS FASHION" EDITOR In Bombay we dropped in al Ttukhmani, a fashion boutique owned by Guzden, who wns for five years Ihe fashion rditor of Bombay's Eve's Weekly. Mostly her clothes are in wcslcrn in Indian fabrics, especially riiw Filk. One was a tunic and pants costume gold and orange stones set in the em- broidery, about S-15. You'll find it impossible lo resist Indian All major eitirs hnvo. excellent jewel en1 shops where you can pel Iniys in precious and semi-precious coins. Wo iiai- tieularlv liked the .smoky Tlic Om Palace in Jai- pur a good example. Bolh Iho Quern arid .lackin Onassis bought here. Another is Kohinoor Jewell- ers in Aura, of the Mahn.l. The firm hns been in Hit1 sanv family for more than Id) Tlicv have rock pin was in emeralds ami rr.Minnr jcuTlorv grapho-analysis is a science which studies character and personality trails througli hand- UTiling said it helps people lo find out their true potential. Grapho-analysis would b? a tremendous asset to the school system, said Mrs. Webster, be- cause there could be better un- derstanding earlier in a stu- dent's life of ] uhat his apti- tudes are. Also it would enable a teacher to get In know stu- dents on the first day of school j rather than on the last. i Through periodic assessment 'of a student by gr a p ho- an ah sis from about Grade Mrs. Webs- ter said she feels students' abiJi- ties could better directed and their frustrations and conflicts could be detected early. She also .said grapho-analysis could contribute a great deal lo probation work. "Through handwriting analy ,sis I could tell the difference between a bad kid and miscrrie- to know somebody on, Tuesday i As part of Uie Gelling lo Know Yen Day. Uie Lelhbridge Fricndstup Centre invites you up for coffee ajid refreshments, from to 4 p.m. on Tues- day. The Canadian Mental Health Association lias named Tues- day as the day to gel oul and meet, and befriend some- one. It's Hi? to invite your ncighlKH- in for coffee and .1 dial, or lo pay a call on a friend you haven't seen for a long time Whale-tor Ihe plans SIT- the arc t b r o n g h correspondence. For this reason, because it does not involve "confromalions, dis- cussions or she feels that graphs-analysis has a greater potential than more or- thordox method of character as- sessment. "I do not give advice, opinion or judgment. Just analysis. It is complimentary to people Ihev arc usually nrjro receptive BET YOU DD.YT KVOW THIS: A lot of people know rela- tively lilile about the history of the YWCA. Here are a 'few facts that might you. The first Y wa.s 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 lure and furnish rooms, make weekly visits to the jail, hospitals and homes needing help, make home for wayward girls, found a school nnd hold weeklv lo the result because, fney real- j prayer meetings. Between 1875- ize 'that's mine. I wrote that.1' 1900. nine more 'were organized 7 elects officers MILS, ALUSTKIl 1 INDLAY associations throughout Canada As far as our own it, concerned, we were organized with (he realization of Ihe acute need of a resi- denc-e for young girls. Many volunteers canvassed for funds and in September 1949 the resi- dence wa.s completed. In April 1951 Uie association was incor- porated under the Provincial Societies Ad. with the residence, our YWCA has to include many community- centred programs. Some such programs are yoga, keep fit j aad swim, keep lit and vollcy- I ball, tiny lots creative danc-ine. ladies' take-a-break. Blue Tri- angles, junior drama, junior guitar, adult, guitsr. synchron- 7jed swimming, junior gymnas- tics, advanced gymnastics, Eng- lish, bridge classes and 'Y' Teens. Since Ihe b a s cfcme a long way thanks lo the faithful service lhat t h c volunteers have provided Let's hc-pe our programs will continue to grow. I wonder where we'll be in len more yeaj's? PLEASK TAKE NOTE J The advanced gymnastics is going very well at Hamilton fl'oni Follouing meeting, tli bridge elected an official board will N? pleased lo hear of dinriors for Ihe lenn. 'ii or ujur group, .nnd. Serving on Ihe bon.rd will be lo assist uith acldi- Mrs. A. (Jean) Findlay, prcsi- idont. Mrs. W. (Helen) Haute, informal ion, j vice1 president, Mrs. M. president j Jr High gcflool on Monday a recent annual j nights. This class is limited lo YWCA of LetJi- lional ideas. For f u r t h c r plense contact Uie CMJIA. (HUO. lor volunteers small number, Ihcrc arc a for interested gymnastic cnUiusicisU. 2. The Blue Triangle croups arc grouiiig at an cver-inereas- ir.g rale. Unfortunately untccrs are h a v i n c trouble (Mvnk'; Christie, vice presi- j keeping up. Any additional vol- dciil Mrs. S (Geiry) Jame- I unteers would be more than .vi- son. seereiary. and Mrs. T. I.. prccialcxi. Tor cx.nmplp Lake- view scl'.nol meot.s Thursday? wilh ?J lilile gii-ls and only '2 leaders. Please help if von IT.II. I'lionc Ihe YWCA .leannie lioim at help oui. i.loanj Ferguson, treasurer: .Mrs. lija Beadling. Mrs. .1 L. (Kay' Castles. Mrs. T. 0. i.M.m-aivl) Chapman, .Mrs. II. Ii. iDuiiua) Coulter, Mr.-', i'.. Held. Mrs. (P.arhara) .Jensen. Mrs I) QUICK........ THRIFT........ BULK....... COIN-OPERAIED DRY CLEANING 40C PER LB. BY THE POUND ........j Minimum per order LEE DUCK DRY CLEANERS 330 13lh ST. N. PHONE 327-2770 -Tiul li.-iniilrs inlaid .slivers of mirror? nl- nnrl inexpensive. If you're loohinp for an- (hero's Fine Ail Val.iro. in Jaipur. Owner BUN IKI.S ilenis such ns ;i e ;i n 1 d emperor's sword, in-iced lit M.niin. Riil llierc are also ilenis such Ihe e h a r in i n c. Icn'alU- m.-uie, Rold-leaf la- die.s, ir> inche.s playing inslrnmenls. These nre 521 each. Mosl slores and small shops have selcelions. in- I williin clndini; ivory, ehony. rose- wiHid and snndalwood ele- phanl.s al nil prices; hand- some evening of velvel, hroeade and raw silk lieavily emhrcidered Fcmi-pre- i ious s I ii n e s: Kashmir sloles, rancini; from lo KM, and .shawls up lo nbonl A ineeliuf: in womrn in vohailrrr u'orK lor Canadian Save Ihc Chil- dren I-'und (C'ansavei l-.eld al Ihe home of Mrs. Iludi Arnold, acliiiL! chnirman of Ihe Canine Lellinridge Marilyn Miller, rli.iirman of Ihe Alherla division of in CalRary, came lo LrlhbridKO (or iiieeliiiK. Mrs. Miller said il is ransave's ink-nlion lo inerease ihc number of Alberta cnmmillees fnnn -10 In M by of Ihis year. hope In aelively rees- lalili.-li Ihe hram-h Mrs. Miller :i. note that tiie ladies' Kcmib. Mrs. E. II. lisa- i Tal.e-a-Kieak group fnun Ash- Mikhail. crove Apartmenl.s (Spanish Mrs .1. INini) linlledpr. Mr.-, P (Calliorino) Slallcry and Mi> D. (MsrE! Sulherland. will gn swimming Tuesday at. inM.'i ,-.t Ihe Poo! on Wednej-riay. Kvory ilay, in.Wl) elnldren ill llw world die. of hunger and 111 ceul.s ean feed, cloth, odncale, sheller and medicare a child a day. I Yoliinloers inloroslod in j lin- ing Cansave are to enn tact Mrs. Arnold at niTl N. j Piirksidc Dr. (Tel. To Provide Better Service Telephone Number Has Been Changed To: oooc Owned by Canadians Effective March I, 1972 PHARMACY LTD. Localed in ZELLER'S SHOPPING CENTRE 1644 Mayor Magralh Drive S Phone 328-3760 PRESCRIPTION MAX FACTOR POST OFFICE LiSTERfNE ANTISEPTIC 20-oz. Sugg. 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