Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 26, 1978 · Page 4
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-Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif, Thursday, January 26, 1978 Lots of people in ''or|-location city". Motion picture crews gypsies By FA^ WOODWARD to the Southl^d Sunday, Motion pictufe gypsies when asked about the good ,din6d Spanish Tuesday night ' and bad of being on location at the Hilltop in Ukiah, as'they the first comments, of those TALK SHOP — Still photographer, Bruce McBroom, left, talks shop with Lee Harmon, makeup man,'right, as the two face the last few days of on- location shooting of the movie. "Magic." Another member of the behind the scenes crew listens in. Harmon does makeup for such stars as Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway and Julie Christie. faced the final week of shooting the movie, "Magic," on location. "Gypsy" is the word for motion picture crewis who travel with one movie aiid then another to different parts of the World. S^mai Srbwn, assistarit auditor, who returned ifrom six months in Springfield, 111.', in time to accept a job on "Magic," says you can be on location anywhere from three months to a year. This one is a short one, she said, referring to the three and a half weeks of shooting in Ukiah and at Blue Lakes, backing eight weeks of sound studio shots at 2»th Century Fox Studios in Los Apgeles. The crew will be returning gathered at the Hillt<^ were "sun and rain; living in hotels and motels; dnd eating out." But Brown 'sa'i^ ^e has met. many people and niade friends all over the .world crew, itself. And since these people all must eat, there is a cook. During the shooting, a still photographer; takes publicity shots of the different scenes. Then there ,^s the big job of getting all of the equipment, properties and personnel to the filming site. This requires while traveling with film-, a wholecrew of transportation Alta Ballou honored at BPW confereriGe Alta Ballou, Ukiah Business and Professional Women's "Woman of Achievement" received a special commendation from Don Clausen's office at the Jan. 2122 weekend conference of the BPW in Eureka. Alta accompanied Roberta Wirt, Ukiah BPW's president; Betty McLeod, Norma Exley, Jean Spaulding, Celia Allee, Heleii Boring and Tina Wagner to the two day event, TTieme of the^ winter con^ ference was "Golden Circle of Legislative Awareness." Special speaker was Annette Suth, state program chairman. The event was held at the Red Lion Inn in Eureka!. Certificate from Clausen awarded Ballou reads: ''For years of devoted service helping her fellow working men and ' women. As a recorder of Mendocino County, she established and maintained high standards of excellence and accuracy. In a period of increasing need for documentation,, her foresight enabled her to expand scope of activities in the the recorder's office while' keeping it responsive to the requirements of county residents. She has also been active in the Business And Professional. Women's Club of Ukiab and contributed considerable time and effort to make rummage sales, fruit cak^e sales and potluck dinners more successful. —Some people commit the Golden Rule to memory. You, Alta Ballou, have committed it to your life, and .have demonstrated your dedication to the well-being qf your neighbors in your willingness to go th* extra mile to help those in need. Your help for the sick and elderly, and for those.in hospitals and rest homes has proved an inspiring example for all of us." Although certificates from the BPW went to all women of achievement introduced at the conference, Alta was the only one with a citation from Congressman Clausen. crews. Giovanni Casflenueyo, set painter, said that out of seven •months he had been in his Holl3nivood home on^ day. According to Samai Brown, a whole "city" is required for location shooting. Those traveling to the location of the film include hairdr«ssers, makeup men, costumers and set people . such as Casalenuevo, greensman Dave Newhouse, and others , who are experts in preparing the background for each scene. A construction crew, electricians, property "tjeople, script people, and the camera Candy Sollars visits penpal-- Ann-Margret Alta Ballou receives commendation Four years ago, actress Ann-Margret had an accident •while performing and was hospitalized at the UCLA medical clinic in Los Angeles. In 1969, Candy SoUars had to wear a cast after - knee surgery. C&ndy, a lab assistant at Hillside Hospital, Ukiah, felt great empathy for the actress and started to correspond with her while she was hospitali?ed at UCLA. She addressed her first letter to the film star, Attention: Ann- Margret Olson Smith. Recently, while Ann- Margret was working on the film, "Magic," in Ukiah, a member of the film crew, Victor Kemper, came into Hillside's 24-hour emergency service area for treatment, and Candy and Vic Kemper struck up a conversation. Candy related how she had corresponded with the star and asked Kemper to say hello to the actress for her. Although Candy h^d mentioned that she thought it would be a great privilege to meet the actress, she soon_ forgot about her conversation with Kenriper as she went about her business at the hospital. The fallowing Monday, at noon, she received a message from the hospital switchboard to call Kemper at the LuAnn Motel. When she returned his call, he told her Ann-Margret would like to visit with her. Candy says she was almost faint. She finished her work and dashed off to LeTrianon at Flu bug bites program for Soroptlrriists Members of Soroptimist International of Ukiah were disappointed Monday when the "flu bug" interferredjwith a program by Sylvia Kozak- Budd, club member, who had planned to present the Mendocino Community College issue to the Soroptimists with the aid of another college board member^ Billie Smith. It was announced that Eloise Grothe was winner in the 20-20 Club drawing at Freshwater Pearl. New 20-20 Club memberships are now being taken at MacNabs and Freshwater Pearl. The new >ekibSjOvill begin Feb. 4, Mystery prize winner Monday was Dolores Shannon, Yvonne Metzler conducted the meeting and invocation was by Laura Long. Blue Lakes. After going through numerous channels and security, the assistant producer annoiaiqed Candy's arrival to the actress. "There she was," Candy says, "wearing blue jeans and a sweater." Ann-Margret turned around as Candy entered, asking "Are you Candy, the yoUng lady who wrote to me?" Candy says she was almost speechless. Finally she was able to reply that she was the pen pal. Ann-Margret told her that her letters had helped give her courage. After a short visit with the actress at Blue Lakes, Candy left with several candid pictures; an autograph and "memories of a visit she will never forget." SET PAINTER — Gipvanni Casalenuevo, set painter, visits with another member , of the motion picture crew during party at Hilltop. vehicles, and mefi to operate them. tTach driver of one of the huge vans, used for his purpose, must be a mechanic completely capable of caring for the equipment of which he is in charge. Vehicles also include a huge boom used for overhead shots and such equipment as the wind machine, used in the shooting earlier this month on Pine Street in Ulpah. Jim Davis is the transportation coordinator for "Magic." Some of the transportation men attending Tuesday 's gathering were crane driver'Norm Walke, Bill Gpay, and Gary and Larry Shepherd, Larry Gordon and Galene Briggs. Shepherd drives the van containing dressing rooms for the sta^s. His vehicle is referred to as the honeywagon. Sam Levine hired Lee Harmon, who does makeup for Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway, Julie Christie and other famous actors and actresses, to do the makeup for "Magic." One of his jojas^is workfng with Anthony Hopkins' dunimy. Fats. According to Samai Brown, one of the fun things about being a motion picture gypsy is getting paid to go places you might J, not have visited otherwise. Many of the crew expressed their' enjoyment of the Ukiah area, and one stated that the only reason he had accepted this assignment was because Sam Levine told him it would be in Mendocino County. This was Bruce McBroom, still photographer, who says he and his wife Ijave purchased a home in Gualala. When the weather permitted he comV muted fi^m the coastal community to the shooting site. GYPSY AND COOK — Samai BroWn, left, assistant auditor for the movie, "Magic," visits with,Maria Kerr, Hilltop's Spanish chef, during a private party for members of motion picture's "location city." >:stjE^ ' George Gowan, Wayne Hiatt, noble grands Dates to keep Jan. 26 — Community Blood Bank, 3 to 6 p.m., Senior Center, 495 Leslier-St. Ukiah. Jan. 27 — Physical fitness, 10:45 to 11:45 a.m., Senior Center, 495 Leslie St., Ukiah; liquid embroidery, 1 to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 27 — Physical fitness, 10:45 to 11:45 a.m], recreation building, 495 Leslie St.', Ukiah; liquid embroidery, 1 to 3:30 p.m. Jan. 27 — T.^. skin tests, blood pressures, immunizations and Family Health Service, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Veterans Memorial Hall, Fort Bragg. Call 9644713. • • Jan. 27 — Family Planhing Qihic, 10 a.m: to 2 p.m.. Women's Improvement Club building, E. Commercial St., Willits. Call'459-4629. Jan. 27 — Family Health Services, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. county health offices, 890 N. Bush Street, Ukiah; Family Planning Clinic refills and pregnancy tests, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 46^-4461 or 468-4471, respectively. Jan. 27 — Public hearing, 14- county Health Services plan, 7 p.m., Veterans Memorial building, Seminary and Oak streets, Ukiah. Jan. 27 — Redwood Valley TOPS (take off pounds sensibly), 9 a.m., Redwood Valley Grange Hall, 8650 East Road, Redwood Valley. Jan. 28 — Dance wfth live music for senior citizens, 7:30 p.m., Senior Center recreation building, 495 Leslie St., Ukiah. Jan. 28 — Dance with live music for seniors, 7:30 p.m., Senior Center, 495 LesUe St., Ukiah. Jan. 28 — Chicken barbecue and dance for LOOM and guests, 6:30 p.m., Moose Lodge hall, 1282 S. State Street. Dancing, 9 p.m. JaA. 28 — Redwood Wings Society, 7:30 p.m., Home Federal Savings and' Loan building community room, 607 S. State Street, Ukiah. Enter rear lobby. Free Jan . 29 — January hoedown by Clearlake Squares, 8:30' to 11:30 p.m., Eastlake School, Highway 20, Qearlake Oaks. Jan. 30 — TOPS (Take off pounds sensibly), 8:30 a.m., Trinity Baptist Churqh, corner Dora and Luce streets, Ukiah. Jan. 30 — Physical fitness class, 10:45 to 11:45 a.m., Senior Center, 495 Leslie St., Ukiah; -macrame, 1 to 3 p.m.; stress reduction class, 5:15, to 6:15 p.m. George Gowan and Wayne Hiatt became noble grands of Redwood Rebekah Lodge No. 390> and lOOF Lodge 411 Saturday in joint ceremonies at the lOOF Hall in BoonvUle. Also installed and awarded their past noble grand jewels were Dolly Dightman and Leo Sanders. Rose Mcintosh and Jerry Blattner were installed as vice grands; Arlie Clark and Robert Kerchen, secretaries; Mildred Gowan and Walter Brink, treasurer; 'Leona Goodhue and Charles. Hiatt, wardens; Dolly Dightman and Edward Gowan, conductress and conductor; Beatrice Mannix and Cecil Gowan, chaplains; Charmain Blattner, musician; Esther Cardey and Leo Sanders, right supporters; Goldie Ward and George Gowan, left supporters; Lucille Hotell and Kay Hiatt, inside guardians; Betty Hughbanks and Wilson Summit, outside guardians. Noble Grand George Cowan appointed Leona Goodhue, 'Beauty Broth' Don't throw away vegetable cooking water. Turn it into a "beauty broth."To one cup of ,the cooking water, add one grated carrot (for vitamin A), (me teaspoon breweh's yeast (for vitamin B), and one chopped tomato (for vitamin C). Salad leftover^ also may be added. Serve wit^i a dash of teriyaki or soy sauce. We wish to.thank'^ll the Ukiah Fjremen, friends, neighbors, all Prayer Groups and Pastor Stanke for the prayers and concern shown while our.son, David was hospitalized after his acGident, DEEP VALLEY CHRISTIAN SCHOOL PRESENTS DAVID PEEL in CONCERf also DICK COLLIDGE & THE fOMBSTONERS Two Big Nights Friday Jan. 27 at 7:30 Redwood Valley Community Church & Saturday Jan. 28 at 7:30 Trinity Baptist Church, Ukiah An offering will be taken for the SCHOOC Plan to attend'one of these nights Lucille Hotell, and Dolly Dightman to the Rebekah's finance committee, as were Kay Hiatt, George Gowan and James Bates, to the same committee for the Odd Fellows. Joe Henderson, district deputy grand piaster, and Lois Henderson, district deputy president from Fort' Bragg, were the installing officers. They were assisted by the following: Harry Spath and Eva Del Re, deputy grand marshals; Myrtle Hansen and Joe Galli, deputy grand wardens; Doris .Knox and Hugh Granskog, deputy grand secretaries; Alvin knd Ruth Matthews, deputy grand treasurers; John English and Maxine MatLila, deputy grand chaplains; Mary Zimmerman, musician; Kay Strickland and Charles Hiatt, acting deputy grand guardians. Refreshments were served following the installation ceremony. I did it in my Toshiba. From frozen to fabulous in minutes. Name it, a Toshiba can do it. With you. Or without you. No other oven lets you cook by time and temperature, or program any combination of both. It's the most versatile, feature-filled oven you can buy Only a Toshiba combines all this and more. • More Memory-Ability™ • 4-stages-in-1 programming. • Therm-A-Matic'" sensor probe. • 1.5 cu. ft. capacify/no microwave oven is larger • 100 minute digital timer—largest LED readout. • Heat & Hold.'" • Pre-set up to 12 hours ahead. • Sure-Touch'" controls. • 99 separate powerlevels. •.Slide-out tray You can do it in a Toshiba, world's most versatile microwave oven. APPLIANCE CENTER (Formerly Ctialland) Your Microwave Headquarters 512 So. state St. Ukiah 462-6382

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