Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California on April 8, 1965 · Page 36
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Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California · Page 36

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WONDERFUL Rosemary Forsyth? She'll Be A Star Snòepenbent'^oumal sfêvimo Aii of MAtio coumrr THIRD SECTION Thurs., April 8, 1965 Dominican College Elects New Officers By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - It is a tremulous moment when a young actress stands on the threshold of stardom. Standing there now is Rosemary Forsyth, who is 21, freckled, doesn’t wear lipstick or rouge, and looks like a tall blonde goddess. Will Hollywood open its golden door wide for her? Universal Studio is so convinced Miss Forsyth has star quality that it has signed her to a seven-year contract and given her a year of dramatic training. “I don’t feel like a star, because I’m not one yet,” said Rosemary practically. “I don’t know whether I’ll ever be one. I’ve never really thought of being a star — just a good actress.” But after seeing the rough shots of Miss Forsyth in her first motion picture role, producer Walter Seltzer immediately gave her star billing with Charlton Heston in another forthcoming film. ‘‘She has a wonderful face — a little like Ingrid Bergman, and yet different, too,” he said. Rosemary also looks a little like Grace Kelly, Lee Remick and has something of the tomboy quality of the late Carole Lombard. But because of her quick success she is most often being compared with that old film circle favorite — Cinderella. ‘‘I know some girls work 15 years and never get a break such as I’ve had,” remarked Rosemay, “and I’m grateful for it. But I don’t feel much like Cinderella.” Sturdily independent, she has earned her own way since she was 18. Born in Montreal and educated at Stockbridge, Mass., she worked as a camp counselor and file clerk before becoming a $45-an-hour fashion and television model. ‘‘I never had much of a struggle,” she said. “I have lived in some crummy apartments, but Bought In London I never missed a meal in my jjfe LONDON i/P>—A large shaving “I got an invitation to make a muS °f 1706 s°ld at a Sotheby s film test after a studio execu- auction recently for 680 pounds tive saw my picture in Show j ($1,904). magazine. I hated fashion mod-; The bowl, an unusual Lambeth eling, just standing still and ; pottery one, was painted with a Truck Set For Drive To Mississippi Police Dog Avenue. San Anselmo. They plan to leave Saturday or Sunday after loading the Apprehended truck at collection points ALTON, 111. W - A purse- senior throughout the county all day snatching German police dog Saturday. | caught and taken into cus- j ^auRh ",'f VaFlejo will' toad todv by police after the victim ., v _____ Colleen Buxton of Ukiah has been elected president of the Dominican College student body for 1965-66. Also elected was next year’s class president, Irene Hogan of San Francisco Paula Taking advantage of the San bv police a.ic. u.c (he ]uniors whije Hetty Keeney Student body president James Anselmo Seminary’s “reading a88e a Patro tar- 0f piedmont will be sophomore A. Martin and another senior week’’ in which there are no The dog almost got away with president, from the San Francisco Theo- classes. Blanev and Martin plan the “crime’’ when Police Cpl. other new student officers are logical Seminary will drive a to arrive in Maben and West Harold Cox saw the dog walking Gigi Grove, vice president; Kay two-ton truck from Marin to a Point. Miss., by Faster, then be ; calmly on the street with the Doser, secretary and Helen pair of towns in Mississippi next back by the middle of the fol- purse clutched in its mouth. Bianchini, treasurer. Nicki Boss week to deliver items donated lowing week. Mrs. Beatrice Archibald said will head the new student af- in the “Marin to Mississippi” Their cargo will include tele-; when the dog approached as she fairs board and Mary Hoffman campaign. vision sets, sewing machines, j was walking on the sidewalk, it will be president of the Women’s Martin, a dormitory master at typewriters and three sets of jumped up, snatched the purse Athletic Assn. Marty Devitt and the San Rafael Military Acade- encyclopedia, as well as books. J from her grasp and took off. Marion Alonzo will be junior and my, will be accompanied by clothing, food and other goods Its owner is unknown. It was sen’or community service rep- Thomas J. Blaney of 43 Ross ! for Mississippi Negro families, taken to the animal shelter. resentatives. ROSEMARY FORSYTH Picked for stardom a potato, you’re relating to something.” Rosemary is 5 feet 9, lithely built, has long tresses and the kind of cheekbones that send cameramen into ecstasties. Here is the kind of girl she feels she is: “I'm outspoken, sometimes hypersensitive, terribly romantic. When I walk down the street I’m always dreaming I’ll catch some strange man’s eye, fall in love with him instantly, then marry him and live with him for 75 years in a big old house and have 17 children. “But I’m a realist, too. There’s always a bit of logic in my head that says, ‘That’s enough now. Cut out the day dreaming.’ “I dont’ use makeup because it bores me to stand in front of a mirror painting my face. I guess I’m just an ordinary upper middle-class young lady, which sounds dreadfully boring, too, but I don’t find it so.” $1,094 Shaving Mug trying to look cool and perfect. 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