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April 1, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 29

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. - . ... : ' : : ; T-'-'-'v : ', : ": . . ' : . - : ; : ; :, - - Youthful Models Resent By SHEILA ' TORONTO (TNS) - Si : . cess is . measured by , their capacity for discomfort! For , the prere.qufaite-f-ahe job 4a to, look natural when they're not. Every working day brings Submission to being1 "stuff- V ed and pinned." to hours Jry- ""ing under the lights. ; Their ' motto, as. , teenage models, might ' be7 grin and . . wear it. Nobody. knows their names, but thousands know , their faces., .TV ;' . , ; "?:. And because - of ' the rex-. 'clusiveness of their world they . art envied and criticized. Five , ; of Canada's most ; successful .;" . PAUL APPLEBY, who doesn't recommend modelling.. , v- -:- WHY SOME WOMEN LOOK OLD BEFORE THEIR TIME It's dry skin that starts those early-aging signs: fUky checks, crow's . feet, little lines. Yeri's hard to . avoid dry skin, what with harsh weather, overheated rooms, low-fat . diets,, etc. That's why you' need FWD- DRY skin-cream. This famous. . cream now contains Altantom a sulnUnce that starts to repair dry kin in just 10 minutes! Allantoin gently disperses lifeless surface cells . , . sends Pond's rich moisturised linolin into thirsty tissues. Almost overnight, lines and fULiness vanish! For a softer, smoother, younger complexion, get pond's dry skin cream. Discover for -yourself how Pond's can re-moisturize even . Jhe driest skin. Buy it in jar or tube, wherever cosmetics are sold, i AOVT. Movie projector, IS caklneta - Stertllxer JANE JCRISTIANSEN, success without training. young mannequins . give in- sight into what's behind .modelling's facade' P.. ', '" They say:,- "My parents .don't like it. They think any . stupid girl "can do it." :. " 'When " I was . little, ' the . mothers of my friends called me and said I was bad." . . "Many of my friends, now feel' differently toward me." ' -They think either we're loose or we're snobs." - "You can guess what" people say when you aelt: them you are a male model ... ."" The speakers are three girfs-and two boys, 14 to 20 years ! aid. They describe hard work, the stigma of modelling artd the , lessening of friendship, through jealousy. MODEL AT 14 ; , . Their kind. oL peopled they, say, are interesting but. not snobbish. The girls say their besl Triendr are boys, and the boys describe them as having more personality than, other with aound This is Shemll Burroughs Calculators ' Meat Tenderlier ky teland, Irtt class condition youngest, of them at 14, and lh most experienced; And Lynda Syrota, 18, who has gone to New York, where she earns more money in three hours than most people make. In . a week. Jane Kristiansen, ISrV success although she has never traned." : This is Terry Bews, Sher-jriiri . brother who does noj like to tell his friends at Ryer- ! ; LKIAIBDT ' Johnun'i rumlturr and Applluic Trade-in Department has kerome haelt with treat number of Ottawa people who make reiular weekly vWlla looklnc for' Itemi of Interett. i We tnvlte you alto to kerome one of the weekly vUltora. It's well worth your while. We operate the.U'seat furniture ana: appliance trade-in department In Ottawa , and jraat aaay credit terms, , . ... ... - Wrought Iron Legi, Ideal for caklneta. aeoka, yea name It packing Caeea, all wood, with Up, ood condlUoa "turdvL V ha plau, ' ::$1.00 per set S0.50 ,Kh ... $169.00 Planoi. condition taaranteed . iiaW Night Tabtel with drawert and compartraenU. large qnanUty, Ideal ai launary room aiorage K 1 aSk Vilas Dinette ' Suite, comer cabinet, refectorv chairs. I armchairs, flrst Class condition Deep Fryer, Hot Point, condition . guaranteed .. 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Ideal for camp's, starting $13.50 x IS a complete with lorks and . . . $12.95 earn $3.95 $6.95 $49.00 $49.50 Typewriter Desks, double e?C ff and CC'SQ ff pedeiUI. good condition 9&yfJJ and MtfiUU Antique Mahogany hlnlng KSftni' Table with S extra leaves and S matching dining chairs upholstered In (CCA ff blue cenuln leather . JOwUiUU Oil Tankv g""", with stand. Wo dellvere .... . Work Benches, steel bases, wood tops, linn tops, various sixes,- some with-drawers, starting ' . .1 riling Caklneta, legal site, 4 drawers, starting . . -- MFDICAL FOUIPMENT: - $19.95 tops and. stone $19.50 $39.00 $49.00 $59.00 $175.00 $250.00 A and various medical equipment Hundreds of unlisted Hems. Trade-Ins accepted. Hair terms..,, Everything sold guaranteed satisfactory or money refunded. JOHNSON'S FURNITURE LIMITED TRADE-IN DEPARTMENT HI Murray, near Dalhousley 235-5147 " for nfmltarV and appliances, set our model display " rooms at 283 Bank, near sctrset, ct-ibw Stigma Attached "to Ca reer rcM CORMLEY sort Polytecbni'caf what"-he does " for tuition and book ' jmoney. " . - ." , .'' And Paul Appleby, J9, who would not recommend model-ling as a career.' They admit that money-Js. ' the . attraction of modelling. ' With tne exception of Lynda, who was making $20 an. hour before she leftl for New York ' two weeks agoL they- earn $12 : to $15 an hou?. " 'The girls, they agree, have 4 more Job opportunities -han boys, who are prone to be- .cbme Over-exposed: ; Tfrry explained: "Girls can arrange' their hair and look different." ;" -:'xv MEET PEOPLE v r :v ' Terry says male models . average about $500 a year. . The five said the advantage ortheir careers was the opportunity to meet interest- v ing people. Theylisist that' models are not generally snob- LYNDA SYROTA, headed for New York. bish, although there, is always the risk of becoming so. ? Bewsnhe"'yn1 Syrota'r is a success story. Modelling was not ,m her plans she was going to go to university. "I "was at a concert at the, conservatory when a stylist saw me. and asked if I would like to be t model." Her acceptance bytheNew York agency of Aifeen Ford had the same element of luck. She "went for one Interview and was accepted. This particular agency sees 3.000 applicants-a year and selects 50. ', -fLynda earns a Starting salary of J40 an' hour as a I junior sophisticate.' II Sherrill Bews is iiv feet tall and wornes about grow-, ) ing. Everything she does hv I a purpose, because she wants to be an actress. K She is a majorette? and stud-' jT'les-music dancing and dra-'l matics. She has appeared ' in l TV plays and has been ac cepted for a role in a British movie to be filmed in Toronto. NOT WORRIED ' . She says, as do the other four; that Tier school grades are good and that modelling does not interfere with her personal life. Jane Kristiansen was born In-Denmark .and she's the newcomer. She started modelling professionally two months go." "'' , -"f -.' "I haven't had my training but I got a 'few breaks. People seerfifcd to like me and asked me to do more. " She's not sura she wants modelling as a career. Her real goal, she says, is to graduate from the University -of Toronto and do social work. ."I'm not very serious about modelling rightiow, but it's an dnterestingay to make money."- 'j -.'.,' Terry Bew. 20, describes modelling as a means to an end. His earnings pay -tor his business coiirse at Ryerson and-ftis- clothing, but he is reluctant to tell friends about this aspect jot his life. 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Melodie Fair will take the form of an auction and sale at Amba'ssador Hall, 381 Richmond Road- Mr. WrS.. Walker, auctioneer, has rolunteered to conduct the sale of both new and used articles. v, ! . Helfl under, the'eonvenership of .lrs. W? C. S. Miller and her committees, the event Will be held to support the ; work of the Choral-Society. : ' . ' . Included this year will be a jewelry .bcxth, a big coL lecticn of, Jiovels and pockef booksrnd ..a homebaking . booth. ,, Members will, be at work- in. their ttchehs . aga.in this year to make the Choral Conseryer for sale. - '. Mfs. Miller arirLoartcecJtflat contributlonsto the auctibn . sale will be reqeTved by, phoning 749-5593 or 733-032 - . STOLES FOR TRAVELING For the woman 'ho travels a stole is an idea), companion." -In any fabricjrom vek. vet to chiffon, it packs' flat and is perfect or dress up evenings.'. " ". 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