Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Joan Gilbertson Wins 1st Year Nursing Awards BOW ILND First year student Joan Gilbertson re- ceived general proficiency and highest theory first year awards at the recent gradua- tion exercises of the Alberta School Hospital, Red Deer. Miss Gilbertson is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gil- bertson of Bow Island. She is studying mental defi- ciency nursing and is now in her second year. SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" In color. Starring Paul Newman, Katharine Ross and Robert Bedford. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat- urday, October 14, 15, 16.and 17. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. Admission: Adults. Students. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE LION IN WINTER" In color. Starring Peter O'Toole and Kaitherine Hepburn. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 14, 15, 16 and 17. Wed- nesday Show at p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunlond Theatre "THE VALLEY OF GWANGI" In technicolor. COWBOYS BATTLE MONSTERS. Wednesday, October 14. Show at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SLAVES" In color. Starring Stephen Boyd, Dionne Warr wick and Ossie Davis. Wednesday and Thursday, October 14 and 15. Wednesday show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "CARRY ON PIMPERNEL" In color with Sidney James and That Carry On Gang. Wednesday and Thursday, October 14 and 15. Wednesday shows at and p.m. .Adult. 'Get mere out of Ufa Take the family la a movie Youlh Column Students Pioneer Pollution Plan GALT, Ont. (CP) Mor than Gait high schoo students have, pioneered Environment Day progra: which takes them out of th sterility of the classroom nit the reality of everyday life And they organized it them selves. The idea was generated be- fore school Gait Collegiate In stitute closed for the summe holidays. The Waterloo County board of education ap- proved it, and actual organ] zation began when classes re- sumed in September. For several weeks studen committees were involve( daily with details of prepara tion for a full free day to study the environment. The students were divide Dire Forecast MANCHESTER E n g 1 a n !Reuter) Jeremy-' Thorpe leader of Britain's minority Li] eral party, said Tuesday that Britain sells afms to'South A rica the Commonwealth wi break up. He told students Manchester University it woii be a tragedy. COMMON BORDER Brazil shares a common bar der with all other South Amen can countries except Chile an Ecuador. Into 35 groups with a mix of Grades 9 to 13 in each. Each group chose its own activity for the day. Seven groups chose to visit the Ontario Science Centre at Toronto and four visited Elora Gorge Park, Emphasis for some of the groups was on pollution, and samples of water from the Grand River were taken from points above and below sew- age treatment plants operated by the Ontario. Water Re- sources Commission at Gait and Kitchener. Water samples were also obtained from ponds in area parks. Some of the samples were sent to the OWRC labo- ratory in Toronto for analysis and some will be studied in the collegiate laboratory. About 35 students and some of the 80 teachers spent most of the morning picking up lit- ter in Gait. This had a two- fold purpose; to determine the types of .litter discarded by people, at clean up the main streets. Other groups visited gravel pits, homes for retarded chil- dren and senior citizens, the Canadian National Institute for the Bund school at Brant ford, universities h Guelph and Waterloo, farms, the Kitchener Art Gallery, Doon Pioneer Village, the Kitchener drug and alcohol addiction centre, the Gait police depart Butter Surplus Grows OTTAWA (CP) Canadian are producing more butter an eating it less, leaving the Cana lian Dairy Commission with it irst serious surplus since 1862 the commission says in its an nual report. The commission, which stabi izes the market price of butte ind other major dairy products by purchasing'stockpiles of th products, reports a carry-ove of 51.3 million pounds of butter nearly half its 1969-1970 inven ory of 111.2 million pounds'. The purchased stock for th fear ending March 31, 1970 wa 7.5 million pounds heavier than the 13.8-milh'on-pound carry ver in March 1969. The commission attributes the ncreased surplus to an increase n production and a decline butter consumption The rate of per capita buf.e onsumption has dropped t< 5.28 pounds in 1969 from 18.5 Dounds in 1963, the report says Total Canadian butter produc ion for the year ending in Harch 1970 was 349.1 million sounds, an increase of 8 million lounds from the previous year In its statement of operations le commission makes provi sion for K million loss be ause of its higher-than-usua utter stock. Canadian Ballerina Praised LONDON (CP) Canadian allerina Lynn Seymour drew warm praise from London crit- cs as she returned to the Roya allet company for the firs! tune in four years. Appearing in Kenneth Mac- rlillan's Romeo and Juliet, le Vancouver dancer was de- cribed in The Financial Times s providing an evening for the books. "Here, at last, was the role ompletely understood and com- etely Clement 1risp wrote in The .Financial 'imes. "Other interpreters have their ersuasiVe way with the role ut it is still Seymour alone who LOWS the choreography at its ost revealing." The Daily Telegraph's critic ernau Hall, said Seymour's Ju- et showed particular greatness the third act when "she was, ice again, the great artist who eated Juliet in 1965." The Times said that Seymour oved less than perfect in me pirouettes and she there- re was not the perfect Juliet t "in the simple tilings she is chly expressive." ARAB SENTENCED JERUSALEM (Reuter) gilt Arab high school pupils eluding five girls were sent- ced Tuesday by an Israeli iiiiary court in Nanliis on the cupied west bank of Jordan to 'i terms ranging from four ontlis to one year on charges subversive activities. ment, Guelph reformatory, parts of the Bruce Trail and the wilderness area southwest of Gait operated by the Grand River Conservation Authority. Two groups visited Hamil- ton's older industrial areas, the Royal Botanical Gardens and Dunrjurn Castle. Judging' front the enthusi- asm of students and teachers returning-from the day's ac- tivities, Environment Day was a success, and many sug- gested another outing. TYPHOON KILLS MANILA (Reuter Six pas- sengers were drowned when a motorboat capsized and sank in the southern Philippines Tues- day night as a typhoon swept through the area towards the South China Sea. Police said six other passengers are missing. PARAMOUN1 Short Subjects "Patton" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "On a Clear Day" Last Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA "Love Bug" "Jungle Book" Last Complete Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "Daddy's Gone a Hunting" "With Six You Get Eggroll" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES THURSDAY thru. SAT. JOHNWAYNE-GLEN CAMPBEll-KIM DARBY The strangest tpio ever to track a killer. Gales ot p.m. Shew at p.m. SECOND FEATURE 1 A robtin; lootin; shootin' bin sincere picture! UaMesCoBURN BMeEMKK LAST TIME TONIGHT J "DADDY'S GONE A-HUNTNG" Carol White Paul Burke "WITH SIX YOU GET EGG ROLL" Doris Day Brian Keith Tonight 7.30 to 8.00 p.m. BE SURE TO SEE THE FIFTH PROGRAM IN THIS YEAR'S SERIES OF COLOR SPECIALS ALBERTA'S CHANGING ENVIRONMENT, photograph- ed and narrated by Edgar T. Jones. This eye-open- ing program examines the misuse of Alberta's en- vironment, and measures bejng taken to restore nature's balance. Mr. Jones explores the effects of strip mining, roadside clearing, roadside litter, herbicide spraying, spring burning and poor land clearing practices. The environment is of prime concern to all of us, and everyone is sure to find this program par- ticularly fascinating. CFCN-TV LETHBRIDGE CHANNEL 13 brought to you by Canadian western natural qas --J company limited October M, 1970 THt IETHBRIOOI HERALD J Bad Food Kills JAKARTA (Reutcr) Eleven persons died of food poisoning at the village of Mangussaka in central Java last weekend. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lelhbridg. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES JACKPOT 51 NUMBERS Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY --8 P.M. COLLEGE LAST TIMES TONIGHT FAMILY 1 STARTS TOMORROW WHAT THE ATTIC DID FOR GIRLS.... THE "CELLAR WILL DO FOR RESTRICTED ADULT NOTE! EVENING SHOW AT P.M. ONLY narrow POPULAR PRICES! GEORGE KARL P A 11 C. E s xytsaiSt I PARAMOUNT colon BY EHTERTUHMtKT TONIGHT and THURS. At and p.m. CINEMA 4th AVE 8th ST 327-5100 STARTS TOMORROW D. H. LAWRENCE'S ENGROSSING DRAMA! RESTRICTED ADULT "AN IMMENSELY ROMANTIC MOVIE WITH STYLE AND CRITICAL INTELLIGENCE. 'The Virgin And The Gypsy' is satisfying because it realizes its ''A BEAUTIFUL AND ENGROSSING FILM, NOTHING SHORT'OF MASTERLY. PURE PLEASURE. Fascinating story of the sensitive and sen- sual Yvette. Joanna Shimkus has brought her to vivid and memorable life in a performance that reveals her remarkable talent. She blends the rebelliousness and lomanticism of girlhood with the conviction and imag- ination of young womanhood." "A finely made film. All the details delight-the finely etched portrait of the quiet renegade girl, played with erotic daydreams in htr eyes by Joanna Shimkus; Franco Nero's snake-eyed gypsy, all purpose and passion." "No story-and no film-better reveals Lawrence's moral absolutism than "The Virgin and the Gypsy'. Between its boundaries is sown the seed of the Lawrenn'an canon -the familial conventions, the social hypocrisies, the annealing force of sex. An exemplary cast." -Tim, THE VIRGIN AND THE GYPSY 2 SHOWS and p.m. ENDS 'ON A CLEAR DAY TONITE YOU CAN SEE FOREVER'