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New Mexican (Newspaper) - May 6, 1984, Santa Fe, New Mexico Model Kaylan Pickford to host womens seminar By BETH MORGAN The New Mexican Staff Used properly our thoughts can uplift us but undisciplined they can keep us dependent helpless static One woman who became a model at 45 after being told it was impossible has learned how to use thoughts properly Kaylan Pickford author of the book Al ways A writes that af ter being widowed she went to New York City looking for some thing uncertain of just what She was shy frightened and felt inadequate in a society that had little use for a middleaged woman she says In time I recognized what was in my way It was not the problem of what to but the fears I attached to the problems of what to I realized I had to outgrow shyness to be able to present myself for work If lack of selfconfidence was the major obstacle in my way then I rea soned it was what needed to be overcome Pickford writes in her book She apparently succeeded Catharine Dunkelberg who has helped to bring Pickford to San ta Fe May 12 refers to the at tractive grayhaired model as walking I dont think theres any place tougher to conquer than New York and she conquered Dunkelberg said this week Pickford will introduce each of three workshops in a Discov ering Potential seminar at La Fonda RiskTaking for Women about learning to greet the un known with enthusiasm Mak KAYLAN PICKFORD Speaks on poten tial ing Time how to manage time and Color Dimensions how to put togeth er your own personal look Also speaking are Betsy Morscher and Barbara Schin dler Jones who coauthored the book RiskTaking for Helga Rhode will speak on Mak ing Time The three women hold doctorate degrees Pat Peterson will direct the fashion segment Tickets are each for the daylong event They can be pur chased at the Entourage booth at La Fonda at Elaine Horwitch Galleries the Sunflower Book store and Nancy Lewis and Company Wearable Art in San ta Fe at Full Circle Bookstore in Albuquerque and at Atlas Travel Service in Los Alamos A solar culture in India detailed in speech here In faraway Ladakh a Himala yan province of northern India trombe walls are going up on adobe houses Such walls and other simple passive solar energy systems are being employed there as part of a move to preserve the Ladakhis traditional selfreli ance and to stave off cultural deterioration Helena Nor bergHodge who founded the Ladakh Project there in 1979 will speak at the Museum of International Folk Art here Thursday at p m The projects goal is to encour age a viable alternative to con ventional development an eco logical alternative that looks to the Ladakhis longterm inter The Ladakhis are learning about the use of trombe walls for house heating and other solar applications for heating water drying crops and cooking The project also is helping to produce village plays about de velopment and will aid with the establishment of a Center for Traditional Medicine in Nurla Ladakhi Another project activi ty is helping to write school books in the Ladakhi language The influence of the outside world on Ladakh has increased since a road was built in 1963 connecting it to the plains of In dia Founders of the Ladakh Project hope to prevent the cul tural and environmental degra dation that happened in Samoa once a model of social and en vironmental harmony The Ladakhi culture is pros perous project supporters be lieve because of their decentral ized democracy organic agriculture sexual equality zero population growth and a profound respect for all forms of NorbergHodge first went ta Ladakh in 1975 as part of an an thropological film team She was the first foreigner to learn the Ladakhi language and worked with Ladakhi scholars to produce a dic tionary Her talk will include a slide presentation of the people and the country Admission is For more information contact Diane Martinez at 8278350 or AnnaBryson 9884472 Santa Fe Sunday May 6 1984 THE NEW MEXICAN D3 Santa Fean heads St Louis Opera Charles MacKay director of development and finance at Spo leto Festival in Charles ton will become executive director of Opera Theatre of St Louis in September 1984 MacKay is a native of Santa Fe The appointment was an nounced by Richard Gaddes Opera Theatres general mana ger who founded the company in 1976 McKay will deal with the daytoday operations of the company particularly in the business and development de partments MacKay held a variety of posi tions with the Santa Fe Opera Company before becoming its business manager He was hired by the Spoleto Festival in 1979 While with the Spoleto Festi val he established an endow ment fund inaugurated a series of productions for young audi ences and helped increase atten dance FURNITURE BROKERS southwest ij it 11 u it M n 11 THE SANTA FE DESIGN RESOURCE Furniture Brokers Southwest is a catalog and sample showroom where tine furniture may be purchased well below retail A selection of famous name brands may be ordered for your home or office we also offer carpeting designer fabrics coverings and accessories at considerable discount 14M Second Street Santa Fe Phone 9841837 Hours MonFf 103 Sal Sur ino evenings By aDDOinimenl MOTHERS DAY Telt her shes special with a Gift from TABLE TALK Music Boxes 20 off Bridal Registry 527 Cordova Road 9889269 Peace pilgrims pass through with message against nukes By SAM ATWOOD The New Mexican Staff Somewhere west of Santa Fe two peace pilgrims are continuing their journey today towards Moscow The two call their pilgrim age A Walk of the Pilgrimage for Life and their mission is to talk to people along the way about nuclear arms and the environment Dale James Outhouse 26 and Tony Manolakis 32 left Point Conception March l and walked down Cerrillos Road into Santa Fe Thursday The two were joined in Tuscon by Barbara Hirshkowitz who plans to walk as far as Houston before joining another peace walk Their route will take them through the southern states then up the East Coast to Washington After a two month break the group will continue their walk in Europe The trio says their message is nonpolitical and focuses on the personal and spiritual is sues of nuclear arms By making our own lives peaceful through walking it brings the world that much closer to Hirsh kowitz said So far the thousandmile journey has been peaceful al though spring winds in New Mexico have occasionally played havoc with their 22 mileaday goal On the whole the three have been very well received in the state especial ly on Indian pueblos they say At Laguna Pueblo one fam ily gave them a written peace message lunch and an inlaid shell medallion At Santo Domingo a man gave them a loaf of bread baked by his wife In Grants the group lent their support to a housewife involved in the peace move ment who is trying to convince her husband to get out of the uranium industry Dressed in running shoes and Tshirts sporting bandan nas bright sunburns and deep tans the three walk from one community to the next and stay at the homes of local peace movement supporters Their route Will take them to Las Vegas early this week then on to Santa Rosa and Clovis While two walk one drives a vintage VW support van The walkers see a lot of trash on the roadside and to them it is a sad reminder of the lack of respect for the earth Outhouse says Manolakis originally from Greece left a job in the health food business to embark on the 20month year trek In the beginning you kind of question what youre But the simple life of The New MexicanySyiiney Brink Tony Manolakis left and Dale Outhouse on the road daily walking has been addict ing he says You feel at home wherever you are I have so many more friends than I did Outhouse was a political sci ence student in Santa Cruz Calif in 1980 when he first participated in a peace walk The movement impressed him so that he has been walk ing ever since The walkers have personal ly financed part of the jour ney the rest is supported by donations from individuals and peace groups Outhouse plans to muster about a dozen walkers for the European journey which win start in Dublin Ireland and end in Moscow Others have warned him he might be used as a propaganda tool in the Soviet Union but he is determined to take his people topeople campaign as far as he can We see there are very few alternatives that we as indi viduals can do and this is something we feel very strongly about we can Ximenes Aramony receive Highlands degrees Albuquerque businessman Vincente T Ximenes and nation al United Way President Wil liam Aramony got honorary doc torate degrees from Highlands University during commence ment exercises yesterday The university faculty select ed Ximenes to receive the award in recognition of his 30 years of service to New Mexico and na tion in the civil rights field and for representing the United States government in Latin America Aramony of Alexandria was chosen because of his ser vice to the voluntary philanthro pic system in America During his many years as head of the United Way of America he has helped raise billion for the voluntary health welfare and recreation agencies serving mil lions of Americans Ximenes founder of the New Mexico American GI Forum in 1951 and has spearheaded civil rights issues in New Mexico He also achieved national recogni tion for his work with the nation al organization and helped orga nize GI Forum chapters in Colorado Kansas Arizona Cali fornia and other states In the 1950s Ximenes and the New Mexico GI Forum led the move for equal employment op portunity legislation in New Mexico The commission of Fair Parks summer Parks College in Albuquerque has opened registration for its summer classes which will be gin July 2 Evening and weekend classes are among the course offerings according to the college admis sions office For more information on re gistering interested people can call 2667851 Employment Practices was cre ated through these efforts The legislation was a model used in the creation of the Equal Employment Opportunity Com mission He served on the national commission from 1967 to 1972 as an appointee of President John son He was also appointed the chairman of the Cabinet Com mittee on Mexican American Af fairs Ximenes earned his bachelor and masters degrees in econom ics at the University of New Mexico He was an officer grad uate appointed to the Air Force completed over 50 flying missions in North Africa received the Distinguished Fly ing Cross and Air Medal and re tired as a major in the Air Force in 1947 VICENTE XIMENES For GI Forum work I984 Senior Citizens Weekly Menu and Meeting Week of May 7 to 11 S 0 CO Beef patty macaroni and cheese peas tossed MONDAY salad milk roll purple plums Agua Fria Center meeting pm Chicken enchiladas green chili creamy cole TUESDAY slaw tortilla milk pears Edgewood Center meeting noon Meatloaf with gravy mashed potatoes buttered carrots roll milk apricots WEDNESDAY Parade for Olympics am the Plaza Olym pic indoor events at Ft Marcy Complex Legal counsel Beef tossed salad green beans roll THURSDAY icing Camino Consuelo Center meeting Olympic outdoor track and field events potato casserole mixed vegetables FRIDAY roll milk fruitcocktail Olympic Fund events Alto Center Dance 8 Dance Contest Alumni Hall AH welcome Whatever your reason for summer Go for the best MAKEUP CATCHUP ACCELERATE REINFORCEMENT SPECIAL INTEREST Santa Fe Preparatory School Summer Session 1984 June 11 to July 20 Elementary Reading Tutorial Secondary Reading and Study Skills Composition Individualized Algebra Basic Math Skills Review Marine Science in Hawaii Typing Driver Education Volleyball Clinic Basketball Clinic Scuba in Hawaii Private Tutorials For brochure or information call Gene Harrell 982 1829 TALK NEW MEXICO SATELLITE 9825095 Introduces something that isnt for everyone The Incomparable ECl 11ft Mesh Antenna 42DB gain outperforms most 72 and larger dishes Interfaced with the STS receiver and antenna positioner All in one easy to operate fully compatible remote control system It makes all the other satellite systems look very ordinary Why isnt the incredible ECl 11ft antenna for everyone If you are a true video and you demand quality it really is The Sanlti Fe Init of he Ameri can fanrer Society will proem The Taste of Snnin Fe May 10 at Sweeney Tlie event will he an innovative findrnirr for ti uistr the peeialitie scrvrfl in many of the known THE TASTE OF SANTA FE Mariaehis will play from 7 to 8 pm then Al Tell and hi orchestra will play for dancing from 8 to 11 pm GueMs will have from 7 to 9 pm to tour the booths and sample the specialities From judging sheets given each participant he given for the favorites Cindy West and Ed Berry arc cochairmen of the benefit For more information rail
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