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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUf inHBRIIK.r HERAID Ihurulny. Novpmlinr II. 1971 slrovinc RA ee li I iWlll1- i dill Ihn in I' i ntu (if I ,i( I i' I d in 11 11 m i i HiniM ni l'i ti i H 11 m ti ll il( d K K n in I mo pi i d lo u in i tun i ml i' ,i ml md th In i hi i i up f "in n hi Kit 01 i 1 nb tin li 1 nd i i i i I ro'ativelv I'i'.v labor re i ,i rii il I it I 'in til dm m 1 en GET Hr i i, i il in Ii 1 ml di u l( 1 IA I' MI lime K i MO mil on up to f lii lv t-it1 Mu. F-r u n' if h 1 ir (Kin IOM turn nl u id msi c Q. I i the l'i I i i n o r th i mdiLsIn tin i1 u _ nd di lociti.m u nd mcddclu- d iti h( do d i ii i mo hn i mil ion In c nun null in it tin' i i'i h fin ui in i n Mil I I I i n. tfif rd 'if mini'f i o I'nin I i lud i jo' h m-, ci( li I tipi'l loi rnonii in m Pi is null due t uni KHI [i, nt 1 u ni P r mceitm ind e is r n nri itim ind the. (.0 u in nit l> nv-1 il led to ir [oi r iom i di imiuf KMIKi hnip to ct up n, im ri i in I" i n Noi 1 in Ii I nd T't gap i I in npl'odindt lef 1 II f ino compimis i o fuin b il nil J iti- l illnl b Fu h fu in vi ihe ef (in n s 111 l ic i i in ion f CMS i n 10 i t i mini ji 1101 c Noi lein h d ui in Different -world DDT backed by Borlaiig in bultlc to world OUT d Wli y and of Tulsn her cage hua 0' Okla Then red b qrnbb 18-montl Dawn, the Whitehead's daughter, went afler the toncly. Sl-e get the candy but found herself stuck in the dnor and needed help to get out. HtiMK lAP) Ne.bcl Prize- 11 ner Norman 1C. liorlaufi as- iihd environmentalists today for IryifK lo block use of such chemicals as DDT wlucii h .iid were vital to li J production. 'If uRi'icuHlire is drnied their IM because of unwise legisla- tion Ilia! is now being promolcd hy a puwerlnl group of liystc-ri- i al Roriaug said, iheu the v.oi'ld he doomed not hy chemical poi.-oning but from starvation." In an paper to the governing conference ol the UN Mol and Ap.'1'icullnre Oreani-'.a- tion. Ihe American scientist warned: 'Hccallinp, that 50 per cent of the present world population is j undernourished and that an mil larger percentage, perhaps i per cent, is malnourished, no rosin if left for complacency." Borlaue won the Nobel Pence Prize- in 1970 for his part in Ihe development of high-yielding varieties of wheat, a key factor in the so-called Green Revolu- tion. The scientist, who now directs a wheat and corn improvement centre in Mexico, pidicted that the current anti- DDT campaign in the United States will spread abroad. "This must not be permitted to happen until an even more effective and safer insecticide is lie said, "for no chemical has dune :is much as DDT In improve Hie health, eco- nomic and social benefits of the of the developing na- lions." DM..S IN r'KOVIDKMJIiV K.I- (API Dr. 11. IHirwull, a mem- ber of th1 Urown University of Icllo-.vs for 19 years and tile first American lo re- ceive a d.iclor.'ile from Oxford University in Kngland, has died in Funcii'iil Madeira. Portugal, afler a long illness. Brown Uni- versity announced Tuesday. Dr llurwcll, who died Sunday, was retired chairman of the Clr.vita Cm p. of Cleveland, a manufac- turing firm. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Ave. 5. Phone 327-1541 lichr biii'iK. broken hr.mmcr and nails are all part of t.he scene behind the scene the opera house of the Na- tional Art.s Centre. is a different world them t'nc one the opera house audience The five-man i? proud of its ioiru riccomplishments. The crew of Frank n 'Lear y. property master; Heinz Roesler. head clectri- cian: Pierre Rolliii, chief sound technician; David .MirV.'hirter, head and Eldon Larrabee. head fly- man. All are experts in their own fields. When Mr. O'Leary left the armed services, he rejoined Uie aspect of show business lie's always found fascinating. He was invited by the Na- tionnl An.-i Centre to work in the opera, house as prop man. MUST IMPROVISE props often aren't vhat seem. In Jane Eyre for example, appeared to lie scram- bled eggs was actually jelly. The ice cream in Anne of Green Gables was synthetic whip in a styrofoam eonf, Since it had to land in some- one's face, Mr. O'Leary was barred from using shaving cream which he claims looks more authentic- Touring companies bring f'neir own properties but often the I'esident. prop man is p.'il'ied upon to repair some- thine lu-oken in transit, or to improvise in case of an emer- gency. Once, for instance, v.hcn a piece of moving scenery hit scenes smashed the and saucers to be used in the next act. it was Mr. O'leary who dashed to the opera snatched replacements from under Ihe eyes of the aston- ished diners, mollilied ihc waiter and rushed back to Ihe AHKIVEI) IX TIME He was jus! n time to pro- saucers for the actors who had to drink tea on stage. Mr. Hoeslcr, who is respon- sible for the lighting, speaks with pride of his equipment which can make 239 continu- ous lighting changes. The whole operation can be done bv one person, he says. Mr. Rollin's office is a sound booth behind the third balcony of the opera house and he would like it to be known that it is not his fault when the music is painfully lend. up to the individual performer. They don't want conventional mixing of sound. They tell me what they want." The sound field Has chan greatly Turing the last in years. Sound used to he an exact duplicate of what ws-; i happening on stage. Today, a i show may start with 500 waits of guitar amplification on stage- j OPERATES CURTAINS Mr. McAVhirter is a tall, i quiet-voiced grey-haired man 1 who snys his responsibility is even-thing that flies, all set pieces, thai isn't props. Resides being head carpen- ter it is job to run the cur- tains, electrically of course. lie doesn't do much nf the actual building of scenery, but the end rc.-nlt is his responsi- bility. In some places, he's seen the scenery being sel with the paint still wei when Ihe curtain goes up. but hi! says he disapproves of this kind of Ihing. Roth Mr. McWhirtrr and flyman Mr Larrabec say it's a good thing people, out front, don't know what pucs on j backstage. That would de- stroy the theatre's illusions. ''They pay people like me to out what might go wrong and find the iiest way of fixing il." savs Mr. Uirra- hec. There are pipes each (eel long, high up in the opera ceiling. The scenery or lighting is attached to these pipes. Moving from scene to scene is done by attaching weights that, counierlialancc. the scenery and lighting at- tached lo the pipes. This is the flyman's job. SAVF.S MANPOWER A new automatic bale wagon used hy farmers allows one man to pick up tons of hay hales each day without leaving the scat of his trai'lor. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214. ;