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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE NERAID Thursday, June 8, 197? Amateur movie club aimed at promoting interest By JUDE TUlilC Her'ald Staff Writer The Lethhridge Movie Mak- ers Club has been in existence for the past W years, and dur- ing ttat time has made several award winning films, and taught its members the proper use of a camera. President of the club, Marcel St. Onge, said the club is an in- dependent organization, which meets on a regular basis, and is formed for (he benefit of the members. "Many people have the idea we are he said, "but we are not. The club is for the beginner, as well as those who might be more cap- BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12th St. "C" N. Fit, June 9th Starts ol p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for COLD CARDS PAY DOUBIS EACH 4lh, 8th and 12lh Game] in 7 Numbers in S3 Number! WORTH Sorry No One Under 16 Year) of Age Allowed able with the camera." Members within I he club make and show to other mem- bers all types of movies, includ- ing home movies, holiday, ani- mation, silent, sound, and com- petition films. Mr. St. Onge said the major- ity of the members are "super 8 and regular 8 film with a few interested in the 16 mille- meter film categories. Within the 29 member club, there are competitions held for (he best film, and alt members get help in creating new ideas and fields for filming, ES well as being "assisted in prop- er lighting technique, use of their equipment, and film edit- said Mr. St. Onge. Projects which are underta- ken by the club include filming city activities for other groups at their request, and the latest venture is the showing of films to senior citizens. In the past, the Lethbridge Movie Makers Club has entered many inter-city film competi- tions, and has won several. The Pill, a film by Mr. Laurie Somerville received the trophy for silent film; Flowing Moods received an award certificate, and The Paper War won an honorable mention, in the So- ciety of Canadian Cine Ama- teurs. Club members also work in co-operation with organizations in the city for the purpose of promoting various Junctions. Films have been made for the summer programs, a Re- membrance Day section for the Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Club, and others. Mr. St. Onge said that the present group project is beinj filmed at Uie request of tin Southern Alberta Rally Club. "We are filming scenes to: the luse of their he said and the Lethbridge Movie Mak ers has used a total of 1900 fee of film to date. Plans for the future include unique movie rally, i parallel to a car rally, and will be held in September of t h i year. Tentative plans have bee made, and the rally will be open to the interested public. Persons who are interested in any further information con cerning the club, are asked t contact Marcel St. Onge at 328 1903, or attend a club meetin. at the Western Natural Ga Company auditorium. Great time wine Having a great time? Celebrate with a great wine. Like Mauna Kai. It's an inspired blending of light grape wine with exciting tropical fruit flavours. Serve well chilled. It's, so versatile that anytime's a great time for... GRADE DIFFERENCE Canada Choice (red brand and Canada Good (blue brand beef are similar in qualify, th latter' usually having less fa and a lower proportion of mea to bone. Perennial patsies must fight back VANCOUVER (CP> Con- sumers need a lobby backed by expert research and advisers to get political equality and net effectively as a watchdog, Har- old Buchwald of Winnipeg said Wednesday. Mr. Buchwald, chairman of the Canadian Consumer Coun- cil, was addressing the closing luncheon at the 25th anniver- sary meeting of the Consumers' Association of Canada. He said the consumers' politi- cal inequality was brought home in the recent stir over the proposed Competition Act. Industry spokesmen were able to marshal tax-deductible cam- paigns with batteries of "highly qualified lawyers, accountants, economists. They were able to utilize the public platforms and harness the news media to mount a sustained attack." He said consumer interesl groups submitted two or three -.....afford iglit down to cook books and sitchen equipment, but the charge is coming. Mr. Gossagc is chairman of .he Metric Commission, organ- zed in January to begin study- ng problems associated with Use change. "Children entering first grade ,his fall will graduate from high school to a world predominantly metric, making only marginal if auy use of today's customary units of he said. He said Canada and the United States are among the last major countries to make the change and said they must conform for ease in trade and communications. Gossage said his commis- sion will be asking industry and trade associations and non-in- dustrial groups to develop time- tables for conversion. The com- mission would look at the tenta- tive plans and develop an over- all plan from them. He said they are also forming steering committees to work briefs, and could not comparable expertise. He said consumer Interes groups must somehow raise the with individual sectors of the funds "to attract the expertise economy, and staff so necessary to help define issues, to identify pres- sure points and to press the con- sumer case in what is basically an adversary process. "The public corporation, its activities as a corporate citizen and its discharge of social re- sponsibilities call for the visible and effect presence in Canadian companies of the consumer- shareholder who has emerged recently in tiie United Mr. Buchwald said. NEW QUEEN CROWNED Mrs. Goldi e Kesler was crowned queen ot yesterday's Chinook Pensioners and Senior Citizens Organization tea and bake sale, held at the civic centre. Retiring queen. Miss Lily Adnitt, did the honors of passing on her crown, end presented Mrs. Kesler with a bouquet. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Monday morning blues? Go stand in front of Hie bathroom mirror and jay 'chMM1 a dozen times." U.S. ivoman gives birth to multiple dead fetuses PHILADEPHIA (AP) A woman who had been taking fertility pills for at least three years delivered nine dead fe- tuses Monday, the University of Pennsylvania hospital re- ported. The woman, who was not id- entified by the hospital, was in her 10th to 12th week of preg- nancy. The fetuses were each STRETCH STITCHES Castle Wines Limited. GET THE FACTS flff. leyoarieaoElNA Jtratch Stitches. Now competitors oro. Id) SUPERMATIC can do more then our com- petitors' 1971 models. tUff. The SUPER- rAll! MATIC (i rolad the world's moil versatile owing machine. DON'T BUY UNTIl YOU TRY Far f demonstration contact SEWING CENTRE 408 Slh South Phono 337-M77 or 327-881S about two inches long, h'er physician said. Multiple births resultuip from this type of medication she took are not unusual, offici als said, but the number of fet uses produced was extremel; rare. _xv calenaai local nappenincji Ladies Auxiliary to the Ori gical Pensioners and S e n i o Citizens Society will meet on Friday at 2 p.m. in Gym 2 o the Civic Sports Centre. Fina arrangements for the trip Saturday, June 17 will'be made Following the meeting, bingi and lunch will be served, i good attendance is requested The Ladies' Auxiliary to FOP No. 2100, will hold a regula: meeting tonight at 8 p.m. ii the Eagles Hall. Hostesses a: arranged. The June meeting ot t h Lethbridge Registered Musii Teachers Association will be held tonight at p.m. a the home ot Mrs, Margare Young, 1014 Henderson L a k Blvd. FLOOD WITH WATER If you get insecticide splash ec in your eye, the eye should be flooded with water immediatel for approximately 15 minutes b holding your head under a fau cet or pouring cool water int the eye from a glass or pitcher JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, June 8fh by ladies' Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HAIL CORNER 12lh STREET B AND 7th AVENUE NORTH Jackpot Starli at and it Wan Every Thursday 2nd Jackpot _ in 52 Numbers Slh 7 No. Jackpot Pot 'o Gold 2SC PER CARD OR 5 FOR Sl.OO ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZE Persons under 16 not allowed Just Jude By JUDE TURIC "Consumer representation in the cellectlve bargaining proc- ess also is becoming a priority as consumers are expressing despair at being the perennial patsies of labor-management disputes." CITES CONCEFINS He said areas ot growing con- sumer concern should include environmental protection, infla- tion, combines, taxes and tar- iffs, government services, regu- latory agencies, the self-govern- ing professions and marketing boards. S. M. Gossage said in an ear- lier speech that a switch to the metric system of weights am measures will make changes Is it male chauvinist prejudice? TORONTO (CP) The big- gest obstacle facing women in politics is "men and their closed Margaret MacLeUan, past president of the National Council of Women, charged here. Miss MacLeUan said the argu- ment that women can't take thft "rough and tumble" of political life Is a tired myth. Miss MacLeUan, a member of the National Action Committee on Status of Women, urged more than 200 delegates to the convention of Uie International Council of Jewish Women to use their legal rights to insist on more participation in politics. The council represents than members from 15 countries. During the past week, it has been brought to my attention, that there are many people who disbelieve the actual existence my friend Mac. This is an unfortunate development, as it leaves me to assume that these same people either think I have a good imagination (a or think I'm about due for the local funny farm. Still, if the whole truth were known, it would have to be said the best has been done to recount the least embarrassing tales. There has never been mention of the N e w Year's Day movie caper, back in '65, when Mac bor- roed her elder brother's prize nickel collection. There happened to be enough of the precious five- cent creations to get Mac into the show, buy a pop, and pay bus fare. Now that the deed is far gone, and since (hope- fully) big brother now has a more forgiving heart, it seems safe to reveal her slight indiscretion. Along the same lines, Mac once ran down her mother's beautiful tomato plants. It was mostly due to the. fact that Mac found it necessary to sneak into her bedroom window one eve- ning, and made up the difference in height and ac- cessibility by standing on her brother's bicycle. In the dark, it became difficult to see exactly what was beneath the tires, and stationing the make- shift ladder required much moving and gnashing un- derfoot. Unfortunately, the underfoot was nicely ripened tomatoes. Some time later, Mac ran amuck with trying to cover for an illicit dating arrangement for one of her friends, while conducting one of her own. Haplessly, she ran headlong into both sets of par- ents, and both rejected dates. She emerged from the fray with nothing more serious than a thorough grounding, and some nasty looks from the ex-boyfriends. Mac was also on the black side of the book with the swimming pool staff. In all truthfulness, she was not to blame for the incident, but she had a hand in it nonetheless. Our attempts to save the admission fee cost us a sounding out by the pool administrator, left me with scraped, bruised and torn arms and legs from climbing a tree, and Mac staring aimlessly into space recalling the barbaric words aimed at her for being a despicable accomplice. To date, there has not been mention of the day Mac belly down, across 9th Ave., nor the time she fell to her knees and travelled a-ways down the road without dropping so much as a math book. Similarly, out of kindness, there has never been mention of her quirk of hiding behind pillars, ducking into bathrooms, or feigning sickness when approached by a male stranger. Top of the taboo list was tattletelling about Mac feeding a childhood sweetheart mudpies spiked with dissected worms. But now that all is in the open, I'm sure she feels much better about her public confession. ana out of town, The Lethbridge Country Club will hold a tea and wigged fa- shion show oa Friday from 2- p.m. General convenor will be Mrs. Fred King, with Mrs. Dwight Purdy convening tbt tea. Mrs. John Anderson enter- tained recently in honor of at- tendants of her daughter, bride-to-be Wendy Lynne, who will be married June 10. At- tendants Colleen Duffy, Sonla Nckich, Debbie Holt and Marie Gruenwald were served brunch deep-in. WHAT'S IN STORE? by Lois McLean Davis The thermometer that's jfoodl Appetillei decllnt iha'i bad! Nutrition experls ogres that tn weather the food needs of the body remain constant. So what ii Galloping Gourmcl'i Faltering FlunVy lup- posed to do? YOU'VE GOT TO BE SNEAKY One way to odd extra nulrltlon into dishei so that even smallest serving will be nourishing. An economical way to do this Es to keep L-rYvart skim milk powder (stored in a gallon ice cream container) and extra on hand. SCALLOPED POTATOES PLUS Parboil potatoes, llfl them of ihe and add sliced onions and a ibsp. of buller and seasonings to ihn potato water. Simmer. Combine stcim milk powder and a tbsp. of corn starch. Add some of the hoi polnto water 1o this dry mixture and then add to potalo water. Simmer until It'j thick. Slice potatoes into serving Kisser- ole, add grated cheddcr cheese and pour Ihe creamy mix- ture on top. Thirty minules in a moderate oven and this nourishing dish is ready to serve with sliced ham, broccoli and kernel corn. ADD A YOLK OR TWO Cream puddngs and pumpVin flavor and nutrition wrren extra eg< added. jei are Improved In and skim milk AH SO FLAVOR! Anoih-ar loclic for lempting sumer appetites is lo serve exotic dishes. To the rescue comes a Can ad Ton pro- duct, packed in Monlreol. ll'i Chun King Pepper Steak Din- Imagine a golden sauce coating strips of steak, nesl- led in bean sprouts, carrot biti and stamp-sired pepper chunks. It looks good and tastes great! SLICE STEAK, CHOP, CHOP Would you belfeve an authenic Chinese flavored dish prepared a half hour before serving time? All you do is slice and brown some steak, add the gravy and rinsed vegetables. All lorls of variations are suggested on the carton ana best of all, Chun King can the base for creating mem- orable meals from leftovers. Now, read ihe message in the fortune cookiel "Serving Chun King dinner means, nfiver having to say, 'Soliy, about that' Will you tend your fa "WHAT'S IN BOX 54, LET H BRIDGE HERALD To odd to your (-Mart lists 1-MART SKIM MILK POWDER EGOS CHUN KINO KPPFR STEAK DfNNCT ;