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Lethbridge Herald {Newspaper} - 1974-01-11,Lethbridge, Alberta Ann    Older models hi demand] says active 73 year old Den- An Laidm: I am a Protestant irOnlster with "a little clay around his anktes,’ trying to work illicit romance as you put 4t. Your column about the clergyman who strayed was sent to me by three different people -anonymously, of course. My resjwose is not intended as a df^nse, but I hope you will print it. Yes, I have strayed. And now it is your turn, dear members of my congregation, to minister to me, to try to understand and to forgive me. I have given you guidance ■ tioi ' ‘ and emotional support when (A i ///;//>/ . . worthy matron Officers elected to OES Maple Leaf Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star recently installed Ona Heidinger as worthy matron, with Ralph Evemden as worthy patron. Other officers include Loma Wadstein, PM and associate matron; Allen Wadstein, associate patron; Thelma Adamson, conductress; Mary Ainscough, associate conductress; Charles Evans, secretary; Eleanor Shaver, treasurer; Flo Hughes, chaplain; Doris LaCombe, marshal; Alice Shearer, PM; and organist; Roxie McCallum, Adah; Kay Barlow, Ruth, Lillian Pelham. Esther; Sharon Ward, Martha; Colleen Thomas, Electa; Jackie Bechtel, warder and John Pelham, PP and sentinel. Installing officers were Hilda Lyclcman, Kenneth Powell, Marion Powell, Hope Ferguson, Ted Lawrence, Doris Thornton, Mary Morris, Lois Story, Hertha Matson, Alice Willetts, Beryl Tiffin, Flo Hughes, Agnes Peebles and Robert Matson. you were trylni through an ....... with mt handsome man next door. 1 have gone to court as a character witness to help your husband when he falsified bis income tax returns. 1 sat up with you in your living room till dawn when your son was caught in a drug bust and arranged through a clergyman in that college town to get the charges dropped. You said you would never forget that favor. Will you now look, with me, at the outmoded divorce and ecclesiastical regulations that have held me a prisoner in a marriage that is a mockery because ray parishioners would rather write to ^ Landers than admit that their clergyman is subject to the same passions as they? Will you believe that I have prayed to God for guidance and asked Him how to avoid hurting others, and yet ^ honest with myself? Sometimes He is silent. Sometimes He has granted me insight, but I still feel loved by Him. — Your Clayfooted Minister Dear Minister; Thank you for an honest expression of a tortured man, I received similar letters from several rabbis and priests. What better evidence that clay feet are truly ecumenical? Dear Ann Landers: Ever since 1 was 16 years old, people have been saying to me, “You have such a beautiful face, if you’d lose 20 pounds you’d be the best-looking girl in any crowd." So, on my 19th birthday I decided to go on a strict diet. That was six months ago. I dropped 20 pounds and another five for good measure, and now heads turn to look, for the first Üme In my life. Happy? You bet. But I have lost two of my best friends. They are both fat Can it be that they ditched me because they are jealous? Is it possible that they don’t want me around because suddenly I look so much better than they do? I’ve heard it said that when a girl loses weight she also loses her fat friends. Do you believe it? — New Me Minus Two    , Dear Yo»; They weren’t friends. They were acquaintances who shared-a common problem. I can’t see that you have lost much. Forget it. Discover how to be date bait without falling hook, line and sinker. Ann Landers*« booklet, “Dating Do's and Don’ts,” will help you be more poised and sure of yourself on dates. Send 35« In coin alom with a long, «tamped, self-addressed envelope and your request to Ann Landers, P.O. Box 3346, Chicago, niinols 60C54. OTTAWA <CP) - Take it from a 73-year-old model; “Tlie more active you are, the less tired you get." Caroline Campbell began modelUng in Montreal and Toronto fashion shows when siie was 50. She stopped when her second husband died but began again last year, this time as a self-supporting model in New York. She uses her maiden name, Caroline Woodside, when she works and usually she portrays grandmothers. She says the demand for older models is greater than some may think. Describing her modelling career in an interview, she said: “It usually takes from six months to a year for you to l>ecome known. Often you can go for weeks without an assi^ment. “You really have to have some other means of support while you are starting out,” Mrs. Campbell was here to see Glengarry Days, a musical production conducted by her son Ken, one of Canada's better-known musical arrangers. She says she hopes to make television commercials next year. An assignment such as modelling for a cosmetic company pays $60 an hour. LIVES WITH DAUGHTER In New York Mrs. Campbell lives with her daughter Norma, an exotic dancer. She says many older people never think of anything new to do, and therefore are left wiUi “just aches and pains in their bones.” Her more active pursuits mclude a lot of walking, golf and bowling She knits, while she watches television and is taking up patnüng. As well as eating sensibly and getting adequate exercise. Mrs. Campbell says older pewle should have less concern fitr minor sicknesses and aches. “1 rarely get sick, and when I do. I throw it off quickly.” says the native of Thunder Bay. Ont. Mrs. Campbell wants to return to Canada to live, perhaps to Vancouver. She makes almost all her own clothes and many dancing costumes tor her daughter Mrs. Campbell adds: "I could never stand to have everything stay the same. When there is no excitement, I try to stir some up. Otherwise you get in a terrible rut." ■ frmay, ^anmfy n, — TMfe SAVE! SAVEI SAVE! at SAFEWAY #GREENPEAS Rtioi Calendar of #PEANUTBUnER 1«« ................. ■ «MARGARINE.................. Enpnu10IHbVi||. local happenings t^APPLE SAUCE A (AO --'T t« n A 1 h A r t â 11 A m I    TlwiHoiMC«ii«FiiCï.1411.K.tii ............ Southminster Circle Square Dance Club will hold a regular dance at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in Southmlnster Hall. Women are asked to please bring a box lunch. All square dancers welcome. The Aileen Walker Unit will hold a supper meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Sven Ericksen’s Family Restaurant    - The monthly meeting of the Rangeland Bottle and Glass Club will be held at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Scandinavian Hail. A speaker will be present. Guests welcome. For further information contact 328-2561 or 327-41 fW The Alberta Home Economics Association Lethbridge Branch will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Donna Thacker, 1410 20th St. N. Speaker will be Bob Zimmerman, on communications. • « « The Whoop-Up Saddle Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Scandinavian Hall. New executive will be elected. A report will be given regarding the proposed equestrian council. All members are urged to' attend. « « « A sew-wiUhknits course will commence Monday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at 1511 21 Ave. Coaldale. This is sponsored by the South Oldman River Recreation Board, and will run for eight weeks. #FRESH EGGS 871 BiMWm6«MC«idiOridiALir|iSi2t.I»ozin ......................■ I TOWN HOUSE SOUPS MIX EM MATCH EM Chiiikan Rica. Cmn of Mushroom, Vogitibl« BmI Condansad. ion. oz. tin .................. Producer-wife enjoys mCOFFEE BEANS ■    Airwij, 11b. hag .................................... movie as family ajfalr Flight TUNA 9^95^ __ __________4U«.    f KllÌ^ Itic VAI    H    Savoy Rakad, B’A oi. nat wt. tin ................■■ R By EVE SHARBUTT NEW YORK (AP) - Anne Douglas became a movie producer by accident but thinks it is an excellent job for a woman. She had been involved in television production and in public relations for fihns in France and is familiar with the great French and English women directors. It was through her husband, actor Kirk Douglas, that she became involvd- in her first production. Scalawag. “Kirk was doing another picture at the time he was making arrangements for his own production company,” she said “I found myself doing the work he would normally have done and report ing to him in the evening. One day he said- ‘You’re doing the work. How would you like to be the producer?’” Mrs. Douglas said yes but admits she would not have applied for the job. It just seemed a natural thing to do and the movie became a family affair. Her husband was director and star. One son was still photographer and the other worked in the production offlce. DOG JOINS CAST Even the family dog, Shaft, was pressed Into service when an animal actor proved more ferocious than necessary for his role. ‘Shaft is not ve^ ferocious but he is well-trained,” Mrs. Douglas said. “He was a per- Woman captures marathon record By CLIFF GEWECKE Christian Science Monitor LOS ANGELES, Calif. — Tiny Miki Gorman sometimes wears a shirt that reads, “Have A Nice Day.” A' nice day for this 38-year-old Japanese-American secretary is to run 20 miles. A lot of people were stunned when Mrs. Gorman — all smiles—ran the fastest marathon ever by a woman in early December at Culver City, Calif. Her time was 2 hours, 46 minutes and 36 seconds. The most impressive revelation, of course, was Miki s age — and the fact that she has been jogging only four years and training seriously only a few months. The Western Hemisphere 26-mile, 285-yard championship was Mrs, Gorman’s first competition officially at the distance. “She’s a very stubborn, determined person,” said her new coach, Lazio Tabori, the Hungarian who in 1955 was the third man to break the four-minute mile barrier. He followed Roger Bannister and John Landy.    . , ,, ,, One thing in Mrs. Gorman's favor may be her size: 4 ft. 11 in . 90 pounds. She looks like a windup doll. A doctor friend said she has a pulse rate “25 percent lower than the average woman." She came to the United SUtes nine years ago with *10 in her purse and unable to speak a world of English. Miki studied at a commercial college in Pennsylvania, then moved to California where she met and married her husband (Mike), a stockbroker. Mike joined the Los Angeles Athletic Club, mostly to play handball. Miki wanted to gain weight, in order to surpass ITO pounds. Part of her exercise regimen was to jog. This le^o the club’s annual marathon and during a 24-hour period in 1969 she ioRged 85 miles, increasing it to 100 the followmg year. She came under the guidance of Lou Dosti, a friend, and Tabori this year-then added the Interval speed work to her iofiging. She now runs 10 miles each morning. 10 in the eyemng. Mfti's goal is to run in the Boston Marathon in April. There she’d be competing against the top women, most in weir 20 s and including Cheryl Bridges of San Luis Obispo, Calif., whose time of 2:49.40 she bettered. Miki also would like to be invited to the Fukuoka International in Japan in December — though a woman has never competed in it. Mrs, Gorman averaged 6:22 a mile during her record run. Her time would have won the event in 1960, ’53, and ’57. Some observers feet she may even be able to go under 2;«. “I felt like a kamika» pilot,” she explained, "Now, I am really going to train for Bosioii!" As Miki talked, still with a heavy Japanese inflection, husband Mike smiled: “Shc’s been picking up mnhing better than English ' VN.'v! LRiiRG^!VL»I.O -u ccc: feet actor but his voice wasn’t terrible enough for his part. We had to dub in a more ferocious tone." She said there was little glamor in the job, especially on locaüon in Yugoslavia. Every morning she got up at 6:30, woke her husband and one son and cooked breakfast on a two-bumer hotplate. When the first two family members were on their way she had a cup of coffee, got the younger son up and off to the set and washed dishes in the bathroom sink. Then she did the laundry, because it took too long when sent to the nearest city. Then the telephone would start ringing for producer-type de* cisions. She said she was called the “bathrobe producer” because it was usually 11 a.m. before she was ready to dress and get to the set. “There weren’t enough horses and more had to be obtained. Then we needed vultures. Wild ones wouldn’t do what we wanted. We finally found trained ones in Germany and they were shipped, but when they arrived their trainer was lost. No one could find him. “Who knows about feeding vultures? We had to get the specialist from the zoo In Belgrade.” Each day’s film was sent to Italy for processing. Communication between the two countries was Irregular so Mrs. Douglas set up a film runner system to take the ferry each day and let them know how the film looked. She is proud of her achievement in completing the film under her projected budget. PLANS NEW FILM Mrs. Douglas is planning another production venture. The Douglas family will produce Posse in New Mexico and Arizona next year with Kirk as the star. “That’ll be child’s play after shooting abroad,” she said. She believes more wives should be involved in their husband's work. “We have always been able to discuss everything. We don’t cut off discussions of work at the end of the day. When that happens, it is not very good for a marriage.” Mrs. Douglas said the star is often held responsible for the fate of a play or a film. “If you fail, the blame is laid to the star. If you succeed, the star shares success with the director and the producer. On the whole, I think I'd rather be the producer." SAME FORTIFICATIONS The fortifications in and around Quebec City today stand almost as they were 150 yean ago when the Britiih government MU them. #Detergent Pdr. 1 ^ TidaKin|Sl2a5!^.................................. I #WHITE FLOUR 2 Rabin Hood «I Porpoaa, 20 lb. bai ...................... 69 #FACIALTISSUE QeI ^ TrrtïRiaAiiorta4Celor».Zillïbox ................■    | Sianding Rib Roast 135 Canada Grade A Baaf #SIDE RACON 29 Raaoh Brand Rlndtau Sllcad. 1 lb. vac pik, pk|. TOMATOES InrorladViM Ripa Canada No. 1 #Bananas fliialSlw CoidanYallow Bast Quality ...........1 ........29« 6t89«' FRESH YOGURT ! COTTAGE CHEESE Lucwne Attorteti Flavor* 16 ox. net wl. ctn. Sp«cial ............ 2s99 1 C! Lucern* Dry Curd , 2 lb. bag ¡ SpKial . 79 0 Hwiih i toity sucim SHAMPOO VM HAIR SPRAY VOS Fwr*9.orhwattl»Whrtf.7o*.n*lw1.lln. 1 DIAPERS    4M Siliway PrICM ALPHA BITS ........ INSTANT COFFEE ....... toothpaste CIOM-Up ar«M, 3-tO ML tubM In phg. 71* 2^ 69* PRICES EFFECTIVE IN LETHBRIDGE Jin. 11-12, 1974 W* R«t«rv« tiM Right to Limit QucntltiM SAFEWAY CANADA »AFCWAY CIMITKD ;