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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, December 31, 1974 Young British film star radiates gentility, delicacy By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Susannah York gives the im- pression of being about as tough as a primrose The love- ly blonde British star radiates gentility and delicacy. But looks car. be deceiving and hers are. She was in Hollywood to discuss her latest film, with Roger Moore. That's the film about a scheme to flood a South African gold mine for profit purposes She says her role was strict- ly on the surface. But she went down to where the film- ing two miles underground just for the experience of it "I wasn't required to go she says. "And I do suffer from both claustrophobia and acrophobia, and a gold mine is no place for people with that problem But I decided I had to do it. so I did." It s typical of Susannah York She enjoys doing rather dangerous and dramatic things Once she went to a him festival in Mexico. She tell in love with that country so. after the festival wound up. she didn't go back home to England She bought a hammock and a back pack and, for the next two months, she trekked around Mexico alone. Much of the way she travelled by bus. but she did a lot of walking, too. she says, "I didn't speak any Spanish when I started out. I picked it up quickly." Susannah says she has always gotten a kick out of do- ing dangerous things. What was the most dangerous? "I'm not about to tell she says. She hardly seems the adven- turous sort, with her pale, in- door beauty. "I'm a lot tougher than I she says "I was raised on a farm and I can chop wood as well as anybody." "Gold" was Susannah York's first picture in a year and a halt, her first since "Images." It wasn't a par- ticularly demanding role and that was the way she wanted it. "After 18 months away, you sort of lose your confidence." she says. "I wanted to start back with something that was not too difficult. 'Gold' was sort of gentling my way back into acting." Her year and a half of non acting was not precisely a vacation. It was, she says, un- planned "but it was my time to have children She had two in that stretch a girl named Sasha and a boy named Orlando. 'First Sasha came along." she says "Then I was just about to go back to work when I became pregnant with Orlando. They were born just about a year apart. I think it's a good idea to have two children close together." But now her "Time to have children" has come and gone and she's back acting with a vengeance. After she did "The Maids" with Glenda Jackson, first as a play and then for the American Film Theater. And now she's about to go into a period movie, "Conduct Unbecoming." Oddities in the news SUSANNAH YORK Hijacker charged GOOD NEWS MISSION POSSIBLE IN CHRIST EVERY THURSDAY P.M. CABLE CHANNEL 2 FULL GOSPEL BUSINESSMEN'S FELLOWSHIP For Mora informilion CHI FRANK TINOHDI it 327-3478 GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) Charles Donald Stewart, 26, of Stockton. Calif, was formally charged Monday with attempting to hi- jack a Northwest Airlines plane on the weekend. A charge filed in U.S. Magistrate's Court here alleges that Stewart attempted to divert the air- craft from its Winnipeg to Minneapolis route Saturday to fly to California to see his daughter During an appearance before Magistrate David Kessler, Stewart said he receives federal benefits for "emotional disability" and that he had undergone treat- ment at the Veterans' ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd AVENUE SOUTH EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES NEW BLACKOUT Played Till Won (No K umber Limit) IF WON ON A BLUE BONUS CARD (No Limit Purchased) PAYS DOUBLE NO one under 16 years allowed ELKS and INVITED GUESTS ONLY DOWNSTAIRS WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY, JANUARY MEN" SATURDAY, JANUARY 4th MEN" RANCH BOYS" R.A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Suite 8 304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridge Administration Hospital in Fargo. N.D. Following the hearing he was remanded to Grand Forks County Jail in lieu of bond pending a further court appearance Thursday. Singer ill DENVER, Colo. (AP) Singer Pearl Bailey is in fair condition in hospital after collapsing before a show. Letitia Matson, publicity director for the Warehouse nightclub, said Monday Miss Bailey, 56. was taken to hospital by ambulance after being stricken in her hotel room Saturday night. Miss Matson said doctors told her the entertainer was suffering from exhaustion and shortness of breath caused by Denver's mile high altitude. GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB ANNUAL NEW YEAR'S DANCE will beheld TUBS., DEC. 31st EXHIBITION PAVILION TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT KERBER FLOORS OLD COUNTRY SAUSAGE SHOP NORBRIDGE MEATS NORTHSIDE BAKERY TO ALL OUR MANY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS FROM THESE LETHBRIDGE BUSINESS LEADERS ED LILLEY George "Blondie" Ivlihalik Proprietor E. R. LILLEY MIHALIK'S MAYFAIR FOODS PHOTOGRAPHY 416-13 Street N .Lethbridge Joe Parson's Owner THE NOOK Tom Higa RIGA'S MEN'S WEAR RAYKOENEN General Manager TRU-MIX CONCRETE LTD. 3l06-6th Ave. N. PETERSERENI Country Furniture 542-13th St N. Sway Nishimiura Manager APEX TV Service Centre for FAIRFIELD TV APPLIANCES Francis Higa Manager HIGA'S JEWELLERY and MEN'S WEAR CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) A woman found guilty of welfare fraud will have her welfare payments raised so she can pay the fine. Judge Arthur Sherman or- dered Karen Meehan, 24, to repay a month until she has returned to the welfare department. The judge said a determination will be made for her needs and her payments will be in- creased so she can fulfil the order. The mother of two worked for nine months while she was receiving welfare. She will be on probation for five years. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) What Ward Graves' doc- tors feared might be bron- chitis or pneumonia turned out to be a 1972 dime. Graves, 61, an Atlantic City, N.J., resident vacationing here, entered hospital short of breath and coughing. After a first set of x-rays were taken, a radiology tech- nician asked Graves to take off his medals for another try. "I said I didn't have any Graves says. "They took another x-ray and it was still there." Doctors soon discovered the dime embedded in Graves' lungs. The slightly rusted coin was removed through a bronchs- cope, a tube inserted through KRTV 3 CABLE O KFBB TV 5 CABLE (D Tuesday 5-00 ;