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August 22, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 20

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ANIMOTOL WO MINK IN THE RAIN J.,. The look it aporty. with a notched man'i-atyl collar, but the fur ia mink! a delicate thade of aaga -pearl. Special bonus: the fur ii waterproofed and can be worn' rain or shin. That matching mink hat is by J. C. Broaaeau. Teen Beauties' Tricks Useful at Summer's End Every girl, except perhaps the dedicated "grind,1' hopes and prays shell be popular at school -i Popularity depends on many things, but certainly one of the great astiats ia good looka. - ; ' Good looks can be a hundred different versions of facial conformation and cot oring. Basically good looks depend upon good health, cleanliness', attractive. and tasteful grooming. swinging Hair .s in. Hair that's set in motion with the slightest turn of the bead. Hair that's shining, that looks almoat straight, but has . nice body, courtesy of the right permanent Hair that ; -molds to the head Instead of waring in a souffle. v . HOW TO 'GET. IT: ' Hair has got to be healthy to have swing and bounce. Use a medicated shampoo . oil glands in young scalps are often over-active and blem- ish-causing germs can spread.' front oily hair to the akin. ' Blackheads and bumps retult. , A medicated shampoo gives the all-clear signal both to germs and to any dandruff. ' FOR BODY in th hair without any sign of frizi or . curly locks, there's quick'-home permanent which needs .no shampooing before or. a"er leave the hair tweet a a meadmr breeze. ' NOW FOR THE SHINE, . the highlights, the glamor. ' Dont overlook the new semi-pe-manent tint in a tube. So eajy yon don't need profev s'tjnal know-how. ' What this rt"tt.des Is ! Ve n!"- ''' 'run notxha" you from tv bruieue '. A Ki t-t. . Foutteen shade eaty apnli-nt'on and the lovely bur- , ''t fd denth of tone ia r-for at lean three or' ':.!; shampoo.. ; i -- , . PERSONAL TOUCHES Never too toon to identify , yourself with on superb tcent. Not too heavy, not too light. Carry through,, from dusting powder to cologne after th tub to cologne mist for more concentrated fragrance. ' Pick a fragrance thar it- young, breezy, light. You'll be in close contact' ia class don't overwhelm the seminar with a too positive fragrance. Watch your walk. A gangling, awkward stride is a . most at bad as a mincing etep-on-ggshells. Carry your- . self proudly. The old trick of balancing few books on your head as you practice walking in your room is still effective in giving that straight line from bead down the spin. , Listen to yiurself, too. Too loud-voiced? Too Minnie Mouse? Ton down or speak' up. and try for good diction. Listen to the fin actors and actresses n TV or th radio -and ape them. If you decid ; you don't want to smoke-but don't know what to do with your hands cultivate : th serenity of placing them -in your lap. palms up. resting on upon th other. It looks even prettier than hold-. ing a cigarette. '" Birthday Club AUGUST a Marv Mahoney, at 9. Deborah McKay, Diane McKay, twins, at 9. I : AVGUST RWrt Marvin Aitken. ag II. '; Howard Crawford, ag 10. iv '.' Elatn Proulx, ag 9. 1 '; AUn MarDonald, ag 7. . ' Th AwnMf, "v BirtMay fdttcf, 0t, Ont . fiM enroa mt t fJte outmI BirtMaj Chtb. f ipiaw t Fears, old i ' , . . - i I tTt. pi Mti. c .-i.'.'i.'..-. . 5 C,i IIMM . ... - j ' . ' . j ddreat . ; ,' .-- ' , . J ., PLEASE PRINT NAME tea. Now: TtMo .nanwe w nM W Mtonattcallr arr1a . ' UI M mitM mit wm a . wea to mm M mtO Hi M- . . vno. LMInsa tn mHW . I i i , . . .' u S ,tm4 yavaaar.) "mw mm ma mhJ ! ; r t J IS t1wllHni ! - 1 -'i ' 1M lad at 1 " mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtM ' ?U-II BJ I mm ' ' a- "-.-,-- -- . V a J " !'ft&L NT FLAPPER SILHOUETTE FROM ROME Designer Fernanda Gattinoni, of Rome, shows the flapper line In this Fall coat of brushed lapin wool In a biscuit shade. -The rounded neckline trimmed with pechin ur plunges to tingle button closing. With the coat is a sleevelets wool dtess In Autumn leaf colors. i ... U of T Architecture Student Takes a Glose Look at Capita By VIRGINIA LAMBE.' , ei The Jaaraal .' On person who approves of 1 th Conlederatiorr Square site for Ottawa's toon to be ' bortj performing arts centre It21 - year old Catherine Macdonald. ' ' -What makea Catherine's opinion of more than autfott-cal interest i th fact that . she is an architectural stu-dent who topped ber fourth year clasa at lb University of Toronto's School of Architecture. An Ottawa girl, she is one of six architectural students from across Canada who took part in this Summer's Central Mortgage and Hout-' tag Corporation travai l lag scholarship.', Th students, all of whom enter their fifth and final year of studies this Fall, speat one month travelling and clgnt weeks working hi the CMHC ream, office on th Montreal Road. Their working stint ended Friday. Th trip, which concent rat- . d on bousing project, included. Chicago.- &aa Francbco. Philadelphia, New York City, Washington and Boston. . ' The yourig student approves of the arts centre's sit because "this will bring something into the city centre." And th centre of Ottawa at present, ia her opinion, is not ' in a very nappy tut architecturally. ' " CONTRASTS , She contrasted it with downtown Chicago "an exciting pla." "It'a a centra of activity, in Ottawa, you get downtown and you wonder, where you go from there." Catherine sees th decentralization of the government buildings as a factor la the weakness of the central "fo-cin of activity", ia Ottawa. Tradition, which are responsible for much of the architectural tenement of European cities,' have yet to develop ia Canadian cities; ih says.. . She finds some of the Car lets University buildings,' not-sb:y (he Alumni Theatre, good. "Others .are dreadful" Th university has not mad good as of .Its excellent sit, th feels. - . s .- aaBaajwaaajaaaaMvaaaajaaMMjpj rytrrr ''w(tiM?,aMaaa"aMpaMMe -." ; M ... ...'?, '.- ; - . - ;.' ' - " ' i -'-' ! ( ' - - : : t V I'1 r'-ii ... - -. ' - . - - -; - .1 MISS CATHERINE MACDONALD , ' Really,", sb aays "t b bail buildings in Ottawa are atill th Parliament Building. Town planning,' 1 Catherine's special interest and she' (eels a new 'approach is needed her. ;.- . "The political and financial set - up at present makes It . very hard. In Sweden, for In atanct. th government .has .a' lot more control over what th xttlet do.- There should be mora control here over what builders put up." SUBURBAN SPRAWL - "We'll hav to find new forms of bousing, with more concentration,", th said, talk- . Ing about "suburban sprawl." . Progress in this field is hampered by the Canadian prejudic against nous I a g ' other ' than apartments or single homes, she said. "Peo- ': pie feel you Just shouldn't llv in a row hous." Canada' ta J.nj Fvrfiar tinea JMi? 'l x ' t;.3 n::.icbl mfvn , nvaone Suwrr Cwallly, StyU Corrctnt ' . "i . oittl Depandabl Solitfaclfon. v" '- " HOtT IINFUWX ,i2 OmiiJtrftf Th only girl in class oL . J last year. Catherine rinds . . people ar still a littl sua-' .plcious' of ' girls In "men's fields." "It's not wide open yet." Neverthei tber ar advantages, a well as .dis-' advantagev -she says,-, ' Alter graduation. Catherine plant to work In England and "see what's going on there." She'll live in the city "right In the heart ol London." , fjTTgjfJijrjti Shop . Friday 12.30 to 9 Otll, 11 mi Art IrkksOir)! hr1?44 .-. lot aaa. a d HnM aHaa law. faa aaa aaM aaa illaaliia" aV aSeiae p.m. 1 othtr tlayi ' v 9 m. to 6 p n. 1 . B-Tas Ihw r aw- arwr aiwiat ar aaaa. af a, inr ajaaa HHiOT Im laa aVMal aha far-Ma laa ta Hit IaM Bnaa IWI ta SMitia Oaf, aat lataalrUI I fMUaa. Oa- larta. MvallaB na aairrl.a aaaM. .. .. it .. ..:v::". 1 '....V V .yf COATED IN DETAD Simple detailing It the keynote in this light blue wool, coat by Valentino of Rom. Styled with a' three-button closing the coat has two vertical lit pockets and t toft flap collar. Rounded shoulders-ar marked with an epaulette motif and long raglan sleeves.' . .-y 1 ' POWER CHANGE ' WASHINGTON - U.S. farm . rs own seven million motor vehicles and 4.S million horses. compared with S.I million motor vehicles and 11 million horses It years ago. . SHIELDS BOYD ... .. r , (: THE OTTAWA JOURNAL SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 19M r t saw )-: 1 - a w m i y k. . . A. iV ' j V -' I t" '" Th engagement 1i announced of Mill Miry Margaret Shield, daughter of Mn. J. C. Phimiater and the lata Mr. J. R M. Shields, to Mr. David William Boyd, son of Mr. and Mr. Glenn K Boyd. The wedding to lake place in SL Jamea United Church at 2 p.m.. Saturday. Sept. 26. 1964. -I'm Our Constant Aim To Give Good Value" CLOSED MONDAYS SHOP TUESDAY through SATURDAY DOWNTOWN .M to S.3 23MS1 1 WEST END .() to 5.3. 23M6S2 . BILLINGS BRIDGE 9.30 to MO J3S-368I : All Three Stores I. , . Open Friday Night Until 9 pjn. You're Not "Forgotten". at the FAIRCREG Visit the FAIRCREST ;": This Weekend Sarflk Im. mi IrvtnMi Drfn 733-5911 laaaia by Maarraat Traat u T -1 ' A raw BarkaM. T .Ottawa's Largest ond Finest , .;' Iht mbbnbJ mi t)H f1w fittrul n 1 Hw fowul tl tW i rasMHb hw a Hni Ihrt la Oltm s fats AtattajMl lulattti. I Hmm kkfmlmHi k tam tm mJcwIt ! ctnaitlt nbu- Hm mi tmkrt, rtfiralin i Urn mi flrl awtata hy Km K- JLl atnrrttM turalM wmkli uWi 4) tit Hiiiaiia1 tm tmtmt , ,attm M M . ' .t, ,..J . : '.' '' ' . f ' ' V .''-a1; ..'(.Vi! .-'- i , .; ' " yea ar prmitti tamethiug wktn mt im "'V.. W'ii Rctfv It.9 "'v . ' ' .' . ;.r'.; V I ' ... . ... Inquire quickly about our few remaining large 1 bedroom suites on of J which it illustrated her. SUITES FROM Daakla Barkalar, I aa 1-aaaraast aaitat ark alas aTtllaMa, t M . . r ; ' .aaa BF - W i.fcJ. . ' ' SBJ I T jr aM-Wi.-J( ...S.f.r n.a-. Ii Jj ajMtatp W BSaaeaaaJaiaaaajaai aaa-aaj., ' O'.r Oc I !.?

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