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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta They do without civilization Berrardine Peisrsen and husband talk with visiting newsmen ct their home in the northern California wilderness, 17 miles the nearest town. They've lived eff the land for 10 years; have no electricity, seldom see civilization, but Mrs, Peterson said, "we have peart of mind." The Petersens are sitting in front of their wocd stove, right. Make-up lessons for male models VANCOUVER (CPi Deli- ca'ely dabbine their faces with powderpuffs. men sit si front of illuminated mirrors learning the art of face shap- ing or contouring with mskeup. In an adjoining room, other men prac'iise turns and basic patterns of movement on a fashion runway. They're training to become male models and instructor Pegg.- Morrison says they're a mixed group. One is a professional stunt- man. one used to drive taxis, another was a miner, several are students and one is a Cal- gary oil executive. "It takes an awful lo'. of courage to come up here.'' Miss Morrison said. "But in a lot of cases they're expressing what they've wanted to do for iong (ime. They've re- pressed it because of the atu- mdes of their fathers and mothers.' She said it takes courage becsuse the masculine strong-man stereotype is tak- ing a long time to die. "The men who come here aren't the bit feminine; on the coru-ary. they're se- cure enough in their masculin- ity that they're not airaid to come." Miss Morrison said. "The thing peocie fail to re- alize is that men have their problems with skin ar.d hair lust like women. They. too. have the risht to look tVwir best." In addition to modelling techniques, the 10-week course covers manicure, skin end rinir care, posiure. ner- and "persor-ality SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT iVARIGRAY) Later in the program, train- ees learn photo projection and "self appreciation1' and spe- cial television classes prepare them for work in TV commer- cials. "Our purpose is to bring out the best in you." the course outline premises. The majority of students agree that it works. Cameron Wallace, a famil- iar face in department store catalogues, graduated from the course in 1971. He studied modelling. !-3 said, to improve his appearance. "I took it initially just for informative purposes, for per- sonal hygiene. Once in the course I found that it was a way to assert myself, like character acting. Paul trained as a stuntman before he enrolled in modell- ing school I've al- ways been interested in clothes. I like dressing nicely and I thought I could take a nice picture." BIRDS CONFIDENCE Brad said some people are reluctant to talk about his mo- delling course "There's nothing (o be ashamed of. there's nothing I wrong with wearing nice clothes and it's a change, something new to do." he said. "It's a great confidence builder. It's good on how to I conduct yourself: it helps you i talk to people, leeches you i how to move and to stay 1 loose. So it's good mentally as well as physically." Howard, a former taxi driver, said he was attracted to the course to build up his I image. "I dou'l know whether I I'll go into modelling full time, but it's useful lo know how you look.'' he said. Frank, a former miner, said he joined the class to over- come liis shyness. "I was so shy and I wanted to heat my fear of being in front a lot of people. Mo- delling. I believe, can be use- ful to any doesn't have to plan a career in it." Ann Landers GOLDEN DOLPHIN BATH BOUTIQUE WEST END CENTRE VILLAGE MALL TOWELS At UB lo Off BATHROOM SPACE SAVERS SHOWER CURTAINS and RUGS Going a1 20% 0 Off BABY SCALES A, DEAR AXN LAXDERS: I'll get right to the facts and then let you decide. Should I get a divorce or stay with it? I am her third husband. She is my first wife. I did not break up her last marriage. I didn't even know her then. VTe have married IS years. No sex before marriage. She said she didc't need to practice. She knew how aad it would be just fine. Well, it wasn't For the past 18 years I have been sleeping in another room. It seems I cough. I wheeze. I sneeze. I breathe heavily and I smell of cigaret smoke. I gave up cig- arets three times, once for live years. It didn't change any- thing except I coughed less. We go very few places together. No church. No friends. Xo mmies. No dances. We lake separate vacations because we get on each other's nerves when we travel together. My doctor suggested a marriage counselor so I went. She said she wasn't ready for a shrink yet. Finally he insisted that she go so she did reluctantly. The counselor declared j me the villain and said it was up to me to decide if I want a divorce. 1 I don't think I want one. I want her to be a wife. She says she will not change, and she wants me to keep my hands off her. She also says if I want a divorce I can have it. We are in our 40's and I am very undecided. Please teli me what to do. Married And Alone DEAR M .ANT) A' If the counselor declared you "the ril- lain" you must be leaving out some very important facts. I tried to find something between the lines Ui2< might com- pensate a marrieo man for sleeping alone for IS years out of 2i) but 1 was unsuccessful. On the basis of your letter, I rfrc- ommend a trial separation and continued counseling. i DEAR .ANN LANDERS: Please print this letter for people vho drive unwanted cats to the country and drop them off. thinking some kind farmer ml] take them in. It was clipped j from a pet magazine and it really opened my eyes. Thanks, i Ann. Chessie's Pal i DEAR AXENLAL LOVER: I wan; to tell you what happened to your cat after you dropped her off. The fxst tv-o days she stayed right where she was. wait- irg for you to come back. Then hunger drove her on. in j search of food and shelter. By that lime she ate anything she i could fird things that were rotten and wormy. Dogs chased her. She was nearly hit by passing cars. Exposure to freez- i ing nights almost killed her. but your cat is faugh. I found her today. She was beside my mailbox. She couldn't 1 see me because her eyes were pasted shut with infection. Even- bone showed through her dirty hide. She couldn't eat her stcm.ich was already distended with v.-cnns. Too weak to stand, she made a little mewing sour.d. but it was meant for you. her rightful owner. She is dead now. Do you still believe you did the humane thing by driving her to the country? New Jersey Friend DEAR PAL: Thanks for a most graphic of some- thing that happens loo often. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Your florist in Chicago mast have been making fun of the idea thai pianis flourish when people are nice to them. I got that notion when he said be only speaks to his plants when they speak to him first. Here's my experience and I swear on my grandmother's (rave, may her soul res< in peace. th.-t it's m.v. I could never raise plants I just accepted the fact that I didn't have a green thumb. A friend suggested that my plants died be- cause they lonesome. She told me to move them by the teJephore so they could "get in on the conversations." I did it and it worked like a charm. The little scrawny buds bloomed by that telephone. Pretty soon 1 hsd so many luxur- ious, bushy plants I to give a few to my molher. At that particular time my father was drinking a lot. He used to come home gassed and roam around the house. Within a week every one of the plants diod. Six months later Dad went to A.A. Mom asked (or some more plants as an experiment. 1 gave lier throe. Today those plants are magnificent! In Michigan DEAR ThnrJcs for telling it. And nh.il a story It b. 1 knew A.A. saved people, but 1 didn't ronliro thoy also plants Glad you HTWe. y, January 26, 1971 THE LETHMIDGE HERALD 21 SAVING'S THE THING... SAFEWAY'S THE PLACE Lucerne Process Canadian, Pimento, Swiss, Nippy 8 oz. Nef Wl. Pkg. for FRESH BREAD CHEESE SLICES Lucerne Process Canadian, Pimento, Swiss, Nippy GROUND COFFEE FRESH ROLLS AUST, RAISINS TEA BAGS Safeway Premium White Sliced JO 01. Nel Wl. Loaf for 99' 2 Safeway All Purpose J Ib, pkg Skylark Tulip Pkg. of 12 Enchanted Isle Golden Sultanas Canterbury OP and P 120 bag 16 ei. Net Wf. Pkg. 79' T" bag I .09 i APPLE SAUCE 5 WHITE FLOUR .29 TOMATO JUICE CANNED SPINACH ORANGE JUICE DETERGENT Libbyj Canada Fancy 19 fl. oz. tint___ Royal City U.S. Fancy 14 Fl. or. tins for 4, 99' 4 Minute Maid Frozen Concentrate...... 12 Fl. oz. tin Encore Powder............5 Ib. Poly Bag ,39 LIGHT BULBS PORK ROAST G.E. Shadow Ban 40, 60, 100 Pkg. of 2 Picnic Style Shoulder Fresh Government Inspected Ib. Full Cut Canada Grade A Beef RUMP ROAST OR ROUND STEAK PORK SPARE RIBS BANAN GOVERNMENT INSPECTED Golden Ripe Best Quality Ik ORANGES CALIFORNIA NAVELS CELLO BAG PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge Jon. 26 27. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. 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