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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Drivers Told To Watch It After Toast-Cereal Meal OTTAWA (CP) At least fair per cent of Canadians may be dangerous drivers after a breakfast ot toast and cereal the Traffic Injury Researcl Foundation of Canada was tolc here. Dr. J. B. R. McKendry of Ot- tawa Civic Hospital presented a study at the foundation's annual meeting showing the effects ol low blood sugar on human per- formance. Low blood sugar may be suf- fered by diabetics who have taken too much insulin. But it can also occur in mild or pre-di- abetics who may not even know they have the disease, he said. Diagnosed and undiagnosed dia- betics might make up at least four per cent of the driving pub- lic. Low blood as n n c u r in mild diabetics by eating foods rich in starches and sugars. IN CALGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONLY ONCE! 0 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suite Free TV and Ice Dial Phones in all units Minutes from Downtown- Shopping Centre- Stampede Grounds Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL These include bread and cerea' as well as soft'-drinks, milk shakes and other sweet foods. Preliminary results of Dr, McKendry's experiment show that'low-blood'sugar causes a serious slow-down in reaction time. He said similar effects could be seen after a high car- bohydrate meal. The problem is especially sig- nificant, Dr. McKendry said, be cause the number of diabetics is growing at three times the rate of population growth. Apartiueut Rent Hooked To Dow MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Using the stock market as its guide, a Miami Beach apart- ment building is seeking pro- spective dwellers who mil "pay no rent until Dow Jones hits 800 again." But the high-rise, in a newspaper advertisement, said the offer would end Oct. 1 re- gardless of Dow Jones. After Jiat, according to the ad, the customary minimum rentals of a month will be in effect. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 lethbridge ROSS HOSAK, C.D.M. REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB POLISH HALL-] 3th Street North Saturday, May 30th p.m. I a.m. Music by BRIDGETOWN TRIO MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME PHONE 327-M48 SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE CHRISTMAS TREE" in color, starring William Holden, Virni Lisi and Bourvil. Saturday, May 30. Shows at and p.m.-Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE SECRET OP SANTA VITTORIA" in technicolor, starring Anthony Quinn and Virna Lisi. Saturday, May 30. Show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "MY SIDE OF THE MOUNTAIN" in technicolor, starring Teddy Eccles and Theodore Bikel. Saturday and Sunday, May 30 and 31. Saturday show at p.m. Sunday show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "CACTUS FLOWER" in technicolor, starring Walter Mat- thau, Ingrid Bergman and Goldie Hawn. Saturday, May 30. Shows at and p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "JENNY" in color, starring Mario Thomas and Allan Alda. Saturday, May 30. Shows at and p.m. Adult. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "GUNS FOR SAN SABASTIAN" in color, starring Anthony Quinn, Anjanette Comer and Charles Bronson. Plus selec- ted short subjects. Saturday, May 30. Show starts at dusk. Family. Get more out of life Take family to o Massey Acclaimed By London Critics LONDON (AP) Raymond Massey, the Canadian-born army officer who became a dis- tinguished actor, returned in triumph to the London stage after an absence of 32 years. Critics praised Massey's per- formance In I Never Sang for My Father by Robert Anderson. RAYMOND MASSEY Triumphant Return They had mixed opinions about he play, the story of an elderly and selfish father who still dom- nates a family that has never oved him. John Barber of The Daily Tel- igrapli says Massey was "in owering form" when he opened a 12-week engagement at the 3uke of York's, a London West theatre. Herbert Kretzmer of The )aily Express says- Massey, 'welcomed last as if he were some grand uncle back from the gives a rich and riveting performance as the irascible, garrulous American father." Labor Party Leads In British Pool LONDON (Reuters) A new opinion poll shows the Labor party leading the Conservatives by two per cent, three weeks before the general election. The poll was conducted by Opinion Research centre and published in The Evening Stand- ard today. Kretzmer says the play is "shot through with a kind of strength and but Philip Hope-Wallace of The Guardian calls it "glumly sentimental and sententious." The Guardian critic comments: "I wish Mr Massey could have found some- thing more rewarding." Irving Wardle of The Times says of the play by Anderson, author ot Tea and Sympathy "We have met the people be- fore; the self-made father and his bravely neglected wife, the tough daughter and liberal, con- science-stricken son." But he says Massey "succeeds in mat ing the old man someone worth caring for.. The idea may be a cliche; the performance em- phatically is not." Massey, 73, who served as a Canadian artillery officer in the First World War, began pro- fessional acting career in 1922. Among his most acclaimed roles was Abraham Lincoln in Abe Lincoln in Illinois, which he played in Hie United States for nearly three years before the Second World War. Today's Showtimes CAPITOL "Latitude Zero" i "Tarzan's Deadly Silence" Last Complete Show: PARAMOUNT THEATRE "Magic Christian" Short Subjects: Last Complete Show: COLLEGE CINEMA "Ben Hur" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Great Bank Robbery" "Good Guys and Bad Guys" One Complete Show: Smitty's Pancake House Franchise Available Excellent location in Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about Octo- ber, 1970. Cash required approximately1' Capital investment returned in ap- proximately four years. For further information please write or phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th Aye. S.W., CALGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) LABOR CLUB Comer 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 52 Nos Game No. 1 and Game No. 10 50 1 1 Games Prize Money 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card All Wood Cards S Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo 'will also be played in the club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities "LEN HRLENDSON" will ploying in Iht clubroomi. Invites You To Attend THEIR GIGANTIC, COLORFUL Hawaiian Liian Featuring Internationally Acclaimed KALANI BROWNE and HIS MAUI SOUND 9-PIECE DANCE BAND with HAWAIIAN FLOOR SHOW 3 BIG NIGHTS- Thursday, Friday and Cabaret Saturday, June 18, 19, 20 GENERAL GRANT AND CAROLINA ROOMS Admiwion by ticket only, dtlicioui Hawaiian Dinner ond PER PERSON, Thursday and Friday Night....... Hawaiian Cabaret SATURDAY Admitilon 1.25 FOOD AVAILABLE! SERVICE AVAILABLE) PLAN TO ATTEND! 3.00 far the ladies' GET TICKETS EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! On Sale ot El Rqncho Front Desk or Coffee Shop Cashier 6th Avenue and Mayor Magrath Drive South. Phone 327-5701 Stanley Holloway Still On Stage TORONTO (CP) Stanley Holloway, whose riotous mono- logues made him a household word in Britain half a century ago, is still in show business. In fact the 80-year-old actor, who in the 1950s also made the world sit up and sing along with the Cockney dustman in My Fair Lady, will be among per- formers in. this year's Shaw Festival at Niagara-on-the- Lake, Ont. He will play the role of Bur- gess, the crusty old Cockney father of Candida, in the play Candida which opens June 22. Mr. Holloway, who appeared hale and hearty on his arrival here for rehearsals, looks on the performance as somewhat of a semi-retirement. "I thought rather than just sil at home and rusticate I would come and do back into the theatre after 12 he said. "It's the only way I've ever make a business-wise it's not the kind of paying proposition I'm used to." He now lives in a cottage near Brighton with his second wife. HAS NO HOBBIES "I have no hobbies. My hobby has always been my work. And I find the older I get the happier I am in the company of music and musical people and people connected with the entertain- ment business, and the stranger I become in civilian company. "It's this keeps you young if you keep going. You're living in a world of. make-be- lieve. You must keep your brain your pocket too." It was a Shaw play of course that once before brought him out of retirement to the world's i the musical ver- sion of Pygmalion, better known as My Fair Lady. He was the first person cast in the show and Hie longest to four years of and on tour, plus the film ver- sion. "I got sick of having to do it. Sick of having to go to the same theatre, put on the' same clothes, say the same lines. But at the time it was indeed a land of rebirth for me." Directing this year's Shaw. Festival is New York actor Har- ris Yulin, and his appointment raised a few eyebrows. DOESN'T IMPINGE The 32-year-old Mr. Yulin was relatively unknown, has played Shaw only once in a short sev- en-year acting career off Broad- way and in United States thea- tres, and has tried directing cnly twice before. But he is optimistic about the undertaking. "I can honestly say I wasn't nervous. But the first day was very to know six people, six different characters. I was completely whacked out at the end of it." Mr. Yulin came to the festival after Shaw Festival director Paxton Whitehead saw him. di- rect Terrence McNally's Cuba Si. How does Mr. Holloway feel about having a younger man di- recting? "You know he dnesn't try impinge himself on you. He lis :ens to what you are saying am looks at what you'r'e doing ant .hen comes up with something that might improve on it. Seems very wise." Saturday, May 30, 1970 THE LITHMIDOE HERALD I TONIGHT i thru WED. Mem. at p.m. The Picture That Is Anti Everything a rs to KE I Coming Soon--'A MAN CALLED HORSE1 TONIGHT Thru TUES. I N IE HI A COLLEGE MALL 328-6300 P Tonight at 8 p.m. Family HELD OVER FOR ANOTHER 3 DAYS THE CROWDS JUST WONT LET (T GO HURRY AND SEE ITI .POSITIVELY ENDS TUESDAY The World's Most Honored Motion Picrure! Winner of 11 Academy Awaids frtm Mfmo including "Best WILLIAM WHJERS INTACT FULL LENGTH NOTHING CUT COMING NEXT "THE LAWYER" BARRY NEWMAN-HAROLD GOULD PHONE 71100 DIVE III REEN ACRES UKI VI-IN UNCTION OF MAYOR MAGRATH COUTTS HIGHWAY PHILCO COLOR TV JACK'S TV 302 13th St. N. SEE THE EXCITING, THRIU-PACKED..., A SPANCLEUHD FANTASY HUBERT CASTIF JUNE 3rd and 4th Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds 1 SHOWS EACH DAY AT AND P.M. ADVANCE TICKETS NOW ON SALE at CAMM'S SHOES ond FOSTER'S JEWELLERY ADULTS CHILDREN I LAST TIME TONIGHT "The Good Guys and The Bad Guys" IN TECHNICOLOR ROBERT MITCHUM GEORGE KENNEDY "The Great Bank Robbery" IN TECHNICOLOR ZERO MOSTEL KIM NOVAK I MONDAY and TUESDAY Uerror that takes you beyond any fear you've ever i tawwn! Michael Sarrazin A UNIVERSAL PICTURE in TECHNICOLOR- ADULT Hunni cult'Eleanor Parker liin Hinry I SECOND FEATURE I who holds the deadly key to the HOUSE CRRflS GEORGE IHGER PEPPflRD STEVEflS HJELLES MATINFE DAIIY AT P.M. killer "Sn If you've got the guts ...the gun and I die gold you can make women beg die a town fowl! A stranger in town" in Meltocoloi STARTS MONDAY He's the living- and dying-end in excitement! ADULT ENDS TONITE "Latitude Zero" IN COLOR AND "Tanan'i Deadly Silence" stoning "THE M Anthony STRANGER RETURNS" Dan Vadis ;