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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta business at Gila Bend, Ariz. Has adversity been good for Sarah Miles? By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD, C a J1 f. Maybe adversity to good for a girl. At least, It seems to luwe been good for Sarah Miles. She's changed since that nasty business in Glia Bend, Ariz., during the filming of "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing." Before all that she was flighty and acted strange and she admits it. "The last time I was says, referring to her visit to promote "Ryan's I was anti-gringo, be- cause I didn't know any of you. That made me insecure and insecurity makes people act strangely." Now she seems much more relaxed, more mature. She says it's because now she feels at home among Americans so at home, actually, that she has bought a home in Malibu and plans to live here much of the time. It could be something more 'than merely feeling at home, SARAH MILES She's changed since recent tragedy. however. Living through the nightmare of Glla Bend could very possibly have made her become more serious, which seems to have happened. She won't talk much about Gila Bend, about the suicide of her manager, David Whit- Ing, and the ensuing investiga- tion which got a bit sticky. AU she'll say is that H made the part in the picture much more difficult and it already was difficult. She also says that she is more than ever determined to go on working "When some- thing like that happens, there are only two things you can do. You can either cower in the corner or you can go out and face the world." Site's facing the world, ob- viously. No corner cowering for Sarah. She's not that type. She gives the impression of being a frail little thing but she's steel. She says that as a girl at England's Roedean School, she was a star athlete. She rode, she played tennis and lacrosse and cricket with such verve that she once broke another glvl's teg. That background helped dur- ing the "Cat Dancing" filming. She did her own stunts. She had to fall off a horse three times, onco landed on a point- ed rock KY.ce-first. They took 14 stitches in the knee and, alter thnt, whenever she did anything the stitches popped open. Also making the part tough wets that, for the first time, she signed a contract before she read the script. When she did read it, she says, her tern perature rose. She loved the book and had had a fantasy about doing a western but the script was inferior to the book and they had to work on it evory day. "Oat Dancing" and another .files film were released at almost the same time. First Hit was "The an English film and you get the LONDON Princess Anne eaded an impressive turnout of British notables at the Royal Charity Premiere of "Live and Let the new James Bond thriller starring Roger Moore, t the Odeoa Leicester Square Her Royal Highness repre- ented her father, Prince Phil- p, who at that time was visit- ing Canada with Queen Eliza- beth. The premiere proceeds were for the benefit of Chil- dren's Play, a campaign organ- ized by the National Playing ilelds, one of Prince Philip's avorite charities. Also benefit- ting was the Stars Organization Or Spastlcs, whose Chairman is Roger Moore. Entertainment world celebri- ies attending in addition to tfoore, were Jane Seymour, his eading lady in "Live and Let MID-CITY MEANS MONEY AT REASONABLE RATES Homeowner loans from to or tOANS MADE QUICKLY AND CONflDENTIAUY IN THE PHWACY OP YOUR HOME PAST SAMC DAY StftVICE Also to FIRST MORTGAGE FUNDS Available for Commercial, etc. at rates. Call 329-0556 for full particulars Evenings and Weekends 328-0905 more NORMAN J. OIISMECHT MID-CITY MORTGAGE CO. LTD. 1265 3rd Ave. S. lethbridge, Alberto feeling it's closer to her heart. One thing about it no prob- lems. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Notable guest list at premiere of new Bond Him Michael Catne, David Frost, Peter Sellers, Cilia Black, Ryan O'Neal, and Paul McCartney, who wrote the film's title song with bis wife Linda and also performs it with Others present included: Omar Sharif, Stan- ley Baker, Lola Maxwell, (Jamet Bond's perennial Moneypenny) Sian (Mrs. Peter Fiona "Alice" Fullerton and world ski champion Jean Killy. Society was represented by the Countess of Westmor- land, Lord Helsby, Lord Good- man, Lord Trehart, Sir Ivan Stedeford, Sir Ronald Leece, Lord Like, the Honorable Mrs. James Oglivy, Sir Robert Bell- inger, Sir Charles dore, Sir Marcus Sieff, Sir Lew Grade and Sir T. P. Bennett A journalist is a journalist No matter what country he from, a journalist operates in pretty much the tame way. The journalist above was one of 21 senior representatives of the press from the People's Republic of China visiting the CBC 'Radio and Television newsrooms recently as part of a tour of North America. During their CBC visit, they heard chief news editor Denis Harvey tell them that the CBC hoped in the near future to place a correspondent in Peking. R.W.Y. UPHOLSTERING PHONE 328-5257 ANYTIM1 ;