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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Color Of Pills Important LONDON (AP) - British , medical researchers said Friday the color of pills prescribed by doctors could be important. Dr. Kurt Schapira, of Newcastle University's department ot psychological medicine,' tad three colleagues tested' the reaction of 48 patients to differently colored pills. Giving a report to the British Medical Journal, the team said the patients-27 women IN CALOARY STAY AT THI ATLANTA MOTEL where you are a stranger Only once i f) 45 Modern and Deluxt Unit* - Bridal Suit* # Free TV and Ice  Dial Phones in all unttt 0 - Minutes from Downtown-Shopping Centre-Stamped* Grounds % Moderate Rates Phono 243-4651 3*30 MACLEOD TRAIL and 21 men-all were suffering from anxiety or depression. They were ail given the same tranquillizer drug for three weeks, but each week it was a different colors-red, yellow or green. Depressed patients responded best to. the yellow pills, those with anxiety symptoms did better with the green ones. No one seemed to like the red pills much. Dr. Schapira said further experiments should be made. PUot Killed Near Sundre SUNDRE (CP) - Stanley Burrell, 42, of Sundre was killed Friday when his light aircraft crashed on takeoff from a runway near his home. Mr. Burrell was a guide and outfitter in the area 55 miles northwest of CBlgary. Cause of the accident was unknown. Ethel Merman Is All Set To Break Musical Mark ETHEL MERMAN ... Ovation Nightly NEW YORK (AP) - Broadway's one, and only big brass band, Ethel Merman, is all set to break the long-run musical record. "That's mainly why I'm back," says the star, whose intuitive sagacity about being in the right show at the right time ranks only a little lower.than her calliope pipes as a theatrical world wonder. The Menu is currently at the St. James Theatre in Hello, Dolly! where a standing ovation has become a nightly ritual. GERMAN-CANADIAN CLUB MAY DANCE Saturday, May 23rd 8:30 p.m. CLUB HALL - 9th Ave. and 6th St. N. Music by "SUNSET 4" MEMBERS AND GUESTS Litterers Liable To $500,6 Months Loyal Order ol Moose SOCIAL AND DANCE SATURDAY, MAY 23 -- 9 p.m. MOOSE HOME - 1234 3rd Ave. N. h . MUSIC by THE IONGACRES ORCHESTRA Members and Invited Guestsl VICTORIA (CP) - littering and many forms of pollution caused by individuals will become offences punishable by summary conviction in British Columbia July 1. Penalties range up to a S500 fine and six months in jail. Recreation Minister Ken Kiernan announced proclamation of the litter act, passed at the last session of the legislature, at a news conference here. The act covers beverage containers, sewage from trailers, campers, boats and houseboats, and debris and waste from camp sites. Manufacturers of non-return able bottles have until Jan. 1, 1971 to phase out such "containers. After that time, all bottles containing beverages and with capacity of less than 40 ounces will be refundable for at least two cents. Until that time, merchants may exchange the non-refundable bottles for fresh containers of beverage. Exempt from the refund requirement are metal containers, which must be manufactured in B.C. a n d so stamped, and must carry an "anti-litter message." SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON - Mayfair Theatre tf'CARRlr ON PIMPERNEL"-In color- Starring Sidney ; James aid "The Carry On Gang." Saturday, May 23 shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER - Sunland Theatre "7 GUNS FOR THE MACGREGORS" - In Technicolor. Starring Fernando Sancho, Agatha Flory and Leo Anchor-iz. Saturday, May 23 show at 8:30 p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE - Cinema Theatre I "THE UNDEFEATED"-In color. Starring John Wayne, Rock Hudson and Tony Aquilar. Saturday and Sunday, May 23 and 24. Saturday show at 8:00 p.m. Sunday at 7:00 p.m Family. PINCHER CREEK - Fox Theatre "OH! WHAT A LOVELY WAR"-In color. Starring Dirk Borgarde, Jack Hawkins and Maggie Smith. Saturday, May 23 shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult. TABER - Sky Vue Drive-In "THE LEARNING TREE" - In color. Starring Kyle John-son and Estelle Evans. Plus selected short subjects. Saturday May 23 show starts at dusk. TABER - Tower Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER" - In Technicolor. Starring Ingrid Bergman, Walter Matthau and Laugh-In's kookie blonde Goldie Hawn. Saturday, May 23 shows at 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Adult. Oct mor* out of llf* - Tok* th* family to a movi* Today's Showtimes CAPITOL-Boys of Paul Street- 2:00 5:00 8:25 Five Million Years to Eatth-3:20 6:45 10:05 Last complete show-8:25 PARAMOUNT THEATRE- The Ballad of Cabie Hogue: 2:30 4:50 7:10 9:30 Short Subjects- 2:15 4:35 6:55 9:15 Last complete show-9:15 COLLEGE MALL CINEMA Saturday Ben Hur-2:00 8:00 Last complete show-8:00 GREEN ACRES DRPVE-IN-' Brighty of Grand Canyon 8:30 King of the Grizzlies-10:20 One complete show-8:30 Spring Thaw Performers Restricted PHILIPS COLOR TV lArir'c RAD|� * J AIR 3 302 13th St. N. WINNIPEG (CP) - John M. Hanson, manager of Winnipeg's playhouse theatre, said yesterday actors in Spring Thaw 70 will be restricted to an almost nude scene. Two men and a girl in the production appeared nude before Toronto audiences, but for the same scene here will be required to wear their underwear. In an interview, Mr. Hanson said someone in the Winnipeg audience would be bound to complain of the nudity, forcing police to investigate and lay charges. He said he felt this would reflect on the city's auditorium commission, responsible for the city-owned. Playhouse Theatre where Spring Thaw 70 is to play June 3-10. "If we didn't get it suddenly, we'd sure be upset," she remarks with typical directness. Sham 'humility never has afflicted the ex-secretary from Astoria, N.Y., who rocketed into the entertainment firmament in 1930 with Girl Crazy and became a permanently potent box-office draw. "I'm lucky No. 7," she says, referring to her accession as Dolly Gallagher Levi, following such distinguished predecessors as Carol Channing-who began the dynasty Jan. 16,41964-Gin ger Rogers and Pearl Bailey, among others. DOES WHAT'S NATURAL . Come early September-the exact date depends on possible minor adjustments in the sum-m e r t i m e schedule-Hello, Dolly! can pass the 2,717-per-formance longevity mark set by that other fabulous musical dame, My Fair Lady; Only one major musical ever played longer in the English-speaking world, the London production of Oliver with 2,811 showings. Miss Merman's contract takes her into November, for "I couldn't play just through 2,718 and say 'bye-bye'-I couldn't do that." During most of her career, stagers have allowed Merman to find her own way into characterization. "They never had to tell me how to read, just where to enter and exit." Doing what comes naturally looms large in an analysis of the Merman theatrical mystique: 'I can sense things. Sure there's a lot of luck to it, too. have approval of the book any show I do. I look for good lines and I know what will sound good coming out of me Miss Merman is a bit heftier than a while back, but the poise, the verve and voice are sure as ever. The lady who heeded George Gershwin's advice to never take a singing les- son, acknowledges unanimous critical cheers and those nightly bravos with: "At least I don't have to prove I've still got the voice. And I still breathe wherever I have to." NOT'OLD LADY* Out of the spotlight, Miss Merman is a homebody, close to her parents, awaiting a summer visit from the grandchildren, unpossessively keeping track of tier own son in California. After four marriages and four divorces, however, she feels no further connubial urge. "You can't have everything in life, you know. I tried marriage a few times, but it didn't work. You can't have everything; that would be unfair, too selfish." One thing really ruffles her cool, and that's being listed as 61-years-old - a circumstance that demonstrates the peril of lying. "I brought the whole thing on myself," the star explains to straighten the record." When I got to Broadway I wanted to be thought older than I was, so I told everybody I was born in 1909. "But I'll show you my baptismal certificate from the Church of the Redeemer in Astoria. The year was actually 1912, Jan. 16 I'm 58, and I'm not ashamed of that at all. "What bugs me are a few people calling me the 'old lady of the theatre'." DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITI 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Star* Phon* 327-7244 Lethbrldae ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M, BAND CONCERT MONDAY, MAY 25th 8:00 P.M. Yates Memorial Centre featuring the l.C.I. STAGE and CONCERT BANDS, and the GILBERT PATERSON STAGE and CONCERT BANDS Under the direction of MR. JERRY POKARNEY ADMISSION - ADULTS S1.00 - STUDENTS so* Tickets from band members or at doer proceeds toward Band organisation Invites You To Attend ? THEIR GIGANTIC, COLORFUL Hawaiian Luan Featuring Internationally Acclaimed KALANI BROWNE and HIS MAUI SOUND 9-PIECE DANCE BAND with HAWAIIAN FLOOR SHOW FRIDAY, JUNE 19th GENERAL GRANT AND CAROLINA ROOMS 3 00 Admission by ticket only, Include* delicious Hawaiian Dinner and Entertainment. PER PERSON............................... (BAR SIRVICI AVAILABLE) Uis for PLAN TO ATTEND! th' **** GET TICKETS EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! On Sale at El Rartcho Front Desk or Coffoo Shop Cashier r�:o:r4^i. AAOTQft MOTEL 6th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive South. Phono 327-5701 IN LETHBRIDGE JUNE 3rd AND 4th SHRINE CIRCUS EXHIBITION GROUNDS Advance tickets on sal* At CAMM'S SHOES AND POSTER'S JEWELLERY ADULTS 2.00 CHILDREN 1.00 M�? (DIE CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 1 UNITED CABS . Gerald Bak*r-Earl Collins Lynn Baker-John Tennant Mik* Tlnordl- BONua^miOFTa Newest to happen to your color snapshots! over *2�.� worth of Wallet prints extra! . Get this, �na pi hooters who lavs Is shst* color'' prints! leave your next roll or cartridge of exposed Kodecolor film with us for BONUS PHOTO processing. Got in utri willtl print with every regular print Makes aharlng easyl�  (Available for^ square-sire Kodacoior f ilm, 126,127,1201620.) TONIGHT thru TUES. Tonight at 8 p.m. Family POSITIVELY LAST 3 DAYS The World's Most Honored Motion Picture! Winner of 11 Acidemy Awards A including "Best Picture"! w�l____ jiijk INTACT - FULL LENGTH - NOTHING CUT COMINO NEXT "THE LAWYER" BARRY NEWMAN-HAROLD GOULD PARAMOUNT TODAY thru WED. RESTRICTED ADULT Cable Hogue says... Seek... and ye shall find'.' 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