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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 Ask Dick Kleiner Lethbridge lass asks about love life DEAR DICK: I heard about Lucille Ball getting a divorce from her husband. Is this Irae? Did she get remarried? Tell me all about it. CINDY NEGREY, Lethbridge. It's funny or sad how rumors get started and sweep around the world like a modem day version of the plague. No, Cindy, it's not true. As far as anybody in Hollywood knows, Lucy and her husband, Gary Morton, are still a very happy and contented couple DEAR DKKi Why don't the networks have the news wnmen and other women on TV at least comb and part their hair? They should at least look neat before they face us. If they cannot comb their hair, they should get a wig. Agree? B. N. J., Ckatom, Ala. Sometimes, these girls spend hours in the make up room just to achieve that windblown look you VALENTINE'S DAY SUGGESTIONS Chocolates Perfumes Colognes Cosmetics Cards McCaffrey's "The Peoples Drug Store" 41I13MI It H. Ph. 317-1443 Open Man. thru to hate so much. It just goes to show you that one per- son's messy is another per- son's gorgeous. I do agree with you, but you know me I think the Wet Look is much nicer than the Dry Look. DEAR DICK: Will you please tell me if the Cathy Hawn who married Dean Martin is the same .Hawn who used to be on Laugh In. I say she isn't and a friend says she is. JANE MARTIN, Chattanooga, Tenn. You win again, Jane. There are three different Hawns Cathy, now Mrs. Martin; Goldie, the actress who used to be on Laugh In, and the old one that blows at midnight! DEAR DICK: Could yon please tell me who will play the part of January Wayne in the movie, Once Is Not Enough, from Jac- queline Susann's book? And when will it be released? M. L., New- Orleans, La. Deborah Raffin is the lucky girl with the big part. You may have seen her in Forty Carats and The Dove she's going to be a big star, I think. The film is scheduled for release around Easter. DEAR DICK: Our fami- ly enjoyed the Hec Ramsey series so-mura. What happened to that portion of NBCs Sunday Mystery Movie? MRS. L. BRYSON, Hoseburg, Ore. It's off the air, as you know. There was a difference .of opinion between the network and the star Richard Boone. NBC wanted to continue the series as it was. Boone wanted it to be changed to a one hour weekly series. The stalemate was resolv- ed by dropping it entirely. DEAR DICK: Was Burt Reynolds' part in The Longest Yard written ex- pressly for him? JANE REINHART, Emmaus, Pa. No exactly. Producer AL Ruddy started the.story seven years ago. There were several screenwriters who tried it and finally Tracy Keenan Wynn wrote the final screnplay. When he had the screenplay he wanted, he decided there was only one actor Reynolds who was right for the part. And it look: like a good decision. The picture should gross million. DEAR DICK: You gave us the true pitch on Roller Derby games. Now please tell how much is for real and how much an act on professional wrestling. MRS. FRED W. FORBES, JR., Coventry, R.I. The wrestling that you see on TV is choreographed and rehearsed and cast as carefully as a TV drama. Reports of the matches should be carried on enter- tainment pages, not sports pages. DEAR DICK: Is there any way to save Planet of the Apes. I am eight years old and I love the show. KEVIN LAMEY, William- sport, Pa. I'm afraid all is lost, Kevin. Once the network bosses decide to cancel a show, nothing can change their minds. It may come back as a Saturday morn- ing cartoon show, that's all. DEAR DICK: Has Farrah Fawcett, the wife KRAHN HOMES NORTH SIDE ENTRY IN SHOW HOME 74 KRAHN HOMES, wimws of Bwt Ovirall Design in Slwwboim 74. ASTRO REALTY AND Westminster Plaza North Lethbridge 328-7748 QUALITY LIVING Located on an 80 ft. lot and a traffic free cul- de-sac. Low slung bungalow 1494 sq. ft. with most every extra room- "atural brick open hearth fire- pace. Sliding glass doors from both family room and master bed- room to a raised sundeck. Available for immediate possession will consider trade in on a lower priced home. session, win To view call 328-7748 or call in at 2301 16th Street between 2 and 5 p.m. and have the on-duty salesperson show you through. ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. WESTMINSTER PLAZA of Lee Majors, ever been married before? If so, who was she married to? IRITA TEW, Mobile, Ala. No, her first husband is Lee. DEAR DICK: Why do you never see any white kids -dancing in the audience or any white groups performing on Soul Train? J. P. B., Canton, Ohio A spokesperson (ac- tually, a woman) for the show says, "It is open for anyone. We audition kids who want to dance: But no white kids come out. We've had some whites but very few. And we have had white and integrated groups." DEAR DICK: I watch Dealer's Choice and would like to send in a card but for the life of me I can't get the address. They take it off the air so fast., Would you please tell us what it is. M. L. D. P., Manchester, Md. The show has recently moved from Las Vegas to Los Angeles and there's a new address for all you high rollers. Send your postcards with your name and address to Dealer's Choice, Home Audience Game. P.O. Box 7711, Bur- bank, Calif. 91505. DEAR DICK: Has there ever been a movie based on the story, Far From the Madding Crowd? If so, un- der what title? I read the book and thought it would make an excellent movie. AGNES STEPEK, Southfield, Mich. There was a film, called, strangely, Far From the Madding Crowd, which came out in '67. It starred Julie Christie.and Terence Stamp and was lovely to look at but rather dull. .Sometimes great novels don't make great films. DEAR DICK: Some years ago I saw a movie about a young woman with magical powers. She had a Siamese cat called Pyewacket. Recently someone gave me a Siamese cat called Pyewacket. People ask me about its name and I have to go through a long disser- tation. What was the name of the movie? MRS. IONE G. BECKER, New Orleans, La. You and Pyewacket should remember Bell, Boqk and Candle with James Stewart, Kim Novak, Jack Lemmon and the late Ernie Kovacs. Why didn't you ask Pyewacket? DEAR DICK: Something has been bothering me. Can you tell me why there are so many reruns so ear- ly this year? We expect them in the summer but there were many in December. JEANNE CLARK, Mobile, Ala. They almost always throw in a few reruns in the Christmas season, on the theory that many people are too busy with the holi- day season to watch TV. It happens every year. DEAR DICK: Does George Burns make records of his singing and, if so, how popular are they' with the younger set? MRS. PAMELA MORGAN, Archer, Okla. George has made several records of his comedy and his glorious singing. There's a new one out now, "An Evening With George on which he sings such hits as "Red Rose I Once learned can never be taken away. Being an in- tangible, Kung-Fu never leaves you unarmed or with- out a weapon for self defence. Kung-Fu "Exclusive" at the Studio Rag." The kids seem to en- joy him although he's no threat to Elton John. He sounds a bit better than John, however. DEAR DICK: Are those real houses 'they use on shows like Maude and The Brady Bunch and other shows? WANDA P., Joplin. Mo. No, those are just sets. Sometimes, when they show the outside of houses, they are real houses. But the interiors, where they show rooms, are built on studio stages. DEAR DICK: What is the name of the actor who played Al Capone's lieutenant, Frank Nitti, on The Untouchables? CLAUDE S. MILLER, San Jose, Calif. You're thinking of that fine character actor and heavy, Bruce Gordon. Questions should be addressed Dick Kleiner, Toronto Sun Syndicate, 322 King Street West, Toronto, Ont., M5V 1J4. THE CAMERA AND YOU GERRY SAGE The Winter Games start this week. The top Can- adian athletes in many sports wilt be here. Since many of you will want pic- tures of this great event here are a few tips' that I hope will be of help. Really good sports photographers are few. and far between but they have certain things in common. They know and study the sport and parli- _cfpants. They plan each shot. 'And they have a keen sense of anticipation. Please don't let this scare you. You, too, can get some nice pictures if you follow the three preceding guide- lines In a limited way. And now for a few tips: 1. Choose'as high a shutter speed as you.can. 2. if possible, subject action should be parallel to you or al least 45 de- grees. 3. Always pan with the sub- ject. Follow your subject with the camera, then click the shutter. If you don't, .the subject speed will be blurred. 4. A strajght-on subject pic- ture can be very effective, but difficult to achieve. Pre- .focus on a spot and click .the shutter just before the subject arrives at the spot. 5. If you're outside, get frontal light. 6. if inside, get in close and use flash whenever you can. Hopefully these tips will, be of help. Please plan your pictures and have a 'good weekl HAVE A GOOD WEEK! ieayof KWIKKOLOR College Mall ;