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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta and out of k own Tau Chapter i-ecently held a Mother's Day tea the horna oi Mrs. Ethyl Higgins, and honored mo.Jisrs with long- stemmed jellcw roses. The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society recently held an annual banquet at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant with guest speaker Mayor Andy Anderson. Mr. Hslmrast, president, in- troduced tha head table and Jlev. King gave the invocation. The Milk' River Hsppy Wan- derers presented an- interesting and entertaining program, for the 250 members and guests in attendance. Free transportation was pro- vided tor those who had no oth- er means, and the evening was a greet success. Mrs. R. W. K. Elliott and Mrs. T. R. Haig will receive guests when the' Ellen Denaon unit of Southminster UCW en- tercains at ccffeee Wednesday trom 9 to a.m. Mrs. Nance O'Mara and Mrs. J. B. Henderson will preside at the coffee urns. Sarvituers will include Mes- dames W. Myers, R. C. Niven, E. Hayman, G. Millar, A. A. Haig, C. Geiger and Miss Anna Linton. Treasurers for the event will be Mrs. R. M. Glover and Mrs. G. C. Paterson. Preparations are in charge of Mesdames C. D. Turner, H. C. Hutohinson, R. Willcocks and A. S. Fumerton. TUMMY, mey is, 1T73 THE IETMMIPVI HIMW Pregnant women cautioned against excessive vitamins PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. (CP) Canadians are spend- ing millions of dollars each year on vitamins they don't really need, say two prominent family physicians. The views were expressed by Dr. Peter Grantham of Vancou- ver and Dr. Ian MacPhail of Calgary during a recent meet- ing of the British Columbia divi- sion of the Family Physicians of Canada. Dr. Graptham, president of the B.C. division, said in an in- terview that British Columbians are spending million a year on vitamin E. He said vitamin E does them no harm, but has not been proven to do them any good either. E is being bought in this province by people who think it will cure heart disease, varicose veins or said Dr. Grantham. "And yet doctors have been unable to establish that there is any rela- tionship whatsoever between improvements and the taking of vitamin E." Dr.' MacPbail, guest speaker at the meeting attended by some 80 family physicians, said no one need buy vitamins if sensible food rules tfeterv- ed. MAY DAMAGE FOETUS He also told the meeting that pregnant should watch their intake of vitamins such as A and D because these ere fat-soluble and can damage the foetus if taken in large amounts. "There is evidence that large amounts of vitamin A, about international uaits a day, taken over a period of three or four months, can cause congen- ital abnormalities in some ba- he said. You're sure to love our fabulous selection of SUMMER SANDALS CWL annual tea Needy countries will benefit from a recent tea held by the St. Basil's Catholic Women's League. Numerous ceramic pieces, all made by the women themselves were on sale, as well as items made by the church youth group, with proceeds going'toward the peace fond. Shown are, left to right, Mrs. P. Louise Troman, Mrs. D. R. Winters, Mrs. Mrs. S. R. Olshaski, of the CWL. and development L. Alexander, Mrs. J. W. Chumik and woman crew mans camera FOOTNOTES by JOE Oh no, he'll be right along. Just stopped at JOE GREEN'S to get a new pair of shoes. I Drop in and let us fit you. We feature all the latest styles ond colors. New platform soles are in for this summer. Sse too our Men's and Children's Sandals More Family j page 26 I Wall to wall broadloam Linoleum and vinyl sheet goods and tiles 1251 -2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-0023 NEW YORK (AP) Two 1 cameras worked on the set of the motion picture Double Circle. One filmed the actors acting. The other videotaped the film makers filming. A 35-woman production crew has finished working on location in a deserted hospital on Ward's Island in the East River. The only men on the set were the actors. That explains one rea- son for recording the story be- hind the cameras. Karen Sperling, producer, writer, director and star of the film, says she is the first to use an all-woman crew. "None of us is really active in the women's she said, "but all of us had done films before, and understood how an all-woman crew would contribute to the story.' HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Need Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP .SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 1st AVE. S. "This is an experiential drama about a woman between 16 and 26, her dreams and fan- tasies and the way she looks at Miss Sperling added. "I told the crew what I wanted when I interviewed each of them, talking about the story and the atmosphere behind the camera which shows up on the film" rRUE TO LIFE Miss Sperling says the story of Double Circle is a personal oiivj. Tile dreams are dreams sne had, the people are people in her life. "Nobody's ever written a' script this way she said of her coming effort, to be completed in September. All the women in the produc- tion crew are professional, but non-union film makers. Cinema- tographer Roberta Findlay ex- hibited her films at a New York museum; other staffers made films of their own. "Roberta is especially good at hand-holding the Miss Sperling added. "She weighs 93 pounds and has to wear the battery pack around her shoulder. It's too big for her waist. But she's such a fine 'cameraperson.' She never huffs and puffs or moves the camera." Double Circle also has the first woman assistant gaffer- 'dolly grip, whose job is to posi- tion the camera. 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