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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Sounds like glamorous occupation Part-time modelling hard work ior student REMOVING SAND Removing sand from a child's eye is done by pulling the offending lid far out over the lashes of the other lid. Thursday, November 19, 1970 - TH* LETHBRIOGE HERALD 21 PRINTING DEVICE OLDER-BUT WISER? Hunters with more than 10 years of experience were responsible for 3R per cent of the hunting accidents in Ontario in 1969. EDMONTON (CP) - Part-time modelling sounds a glamorous way to earn money while going to school - but it's not as easy as it sounds. "When I started I didn't know that modelling would be such hard work," said Wendy Jewell, 18, who is earning money modelling while finishing classes before going on to university. She took a course last spring at Cover Girl, a city modelling school and agency. And she was one of six who completed the course successfully, and was accepted by the agency as one of its models. She began working in the summer. "Not that I earned much money last summer," she said. "It takes a long time to get Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: Thank you for saying, "Not everyone belongs in college." Too many parents have the idea that vocational education is O.K. for somebody else's children, but they want their kids in college - a prestigious one, if possible. It is this kind of thinking that has produced serious problems in filling positions of a highly skilled nature. Eight-five per cent of the jobs available today do not require a college degree. In most cities, public school systems are equipped with the necessary resources to train students for vocational training, but they have trouble getting the students to enroll in such courses as the building trades,  graphic arts, and service trades such as barbering, cosmetology, auto mechanics, etc. If more people such as you, Ann, who arc in a position to influence the public, would stress the importance of vocational education and the dignity of work, it would help to straighten out the thinking of some very mixed up folks. -� J.F.S. Dade County DEAR J.F.S.: "The dignity of work." A beautiful phrase-one that has the ring of days gone by. Thanks for reminding us. Are you listening, students? * �  DEAR ANN LANDERS: So you don't want drop-in company? Well, that's YOUR business. But please don't answer for me or for millions of other down-to-earth folks who love it when friends and neighbors come by for a surprise "Howdy!" Every now and then you publish a letter from some sour-puss who hates surprise visitors. You take her side and refer to a sign a famous person hung on his front door: "If you are uninvited you are not expected and not wanted. Go home." I was raised by big-hearted, open-handed parents who taught us to be hospitable night or day, no matter who drops in. Some people just need to talk. I feel honored when a guest shows up. If it's mealtime we share whatever is on our table. I've never had a caller I wasn't glad to see. Too bad you can't say the same. - Just Plain Folks DEAR FOLKS: I CAN say the same. I've never had a ealler I wasn't glad to see either - at least not in the last ten years. My friends have the message. I was raised by open-handed parents, too, but I was taught to respect other people's privacy. You are right when you say "some people just need to talk." I devote approximately 10 to 12 hours a day to those people, and in order to help them I must schedule my time and guard it carefully.    Give in or lose him . , . when a guy gives you this line, took out! For tips on how to handle the super sex salesman, check Ana Landers. Read her booklet, "Necking And Petting - What Are The Limits?" Send your request to Ann Landers in care of Canada Wide Feature Service Limited, 245 St.. James Street West, Montreal 126, enclosing 50 cents in coin and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE ROOM $500 JACKPOT (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. Togetherness LINCOLN, HI. (P) - The 10-year - old twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martinie were taken to an oculist. It was found that they both needed eyeglasses. Next stop was at the dentist's office where it was found Sandy and Tammy each had one cavity - in identically positioned teeth. RUMMAGE SALE FRIDAY, NOV. 20th - 7:00 P.M. St. Mary's Parish Hall 12 Street 'C and 6th Avenue N. Sponsored by ANGLICAN A.C.W. THE ST. CATHERINE'S CWl, PICTURE BUTTE Wishes to Thank Everyone who helped moke their annual Supper and Tombola a success. The following are the prize winners; 1st Prize-$50-C. I. PURI, 217 5th Ave. S, Lethbridge 2nd Prize-$35-MORRIS SOSICK, Picture Butte 3rd Prize-$25-K. S. GODFREY, 1118 20th Street S., leth, known as a model. So I used \ the summer to get known. "But for work while going to school or university it's a lot better than getting a Thursday-Friday - Saturday job." Linda Speers, a former model who now runs the agency, said Wendy's chances of making it as a model are good. EMPLOYS HER POODLE "Most of our models are part-time workers. We have 20 girls, eight children, nine men and one poodle - mine-all working. I can keep most of them busy." The female models have a variety of jobs - some are housewives, but there is also a bank clerk who models in the evenings and on week-ends, two *$~n and out town Former Lethbridge residents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lamb and Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hamilton, now of Calgary, were recent visitors. They attended the annual military ball at the Lethbridge armory. * * � A family celebration was held recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wadstein in honor of the christening of their granddaughter, Kari - Ann Thomas, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas of L e t fa-bridge. Also present were the paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thomas of Pincher Creek. university students and one secretary. Even tf she doesn't earn a great deal of money, Wendy is still glad she took the course. "It's given me a lot of confidence. Now I wear what I want, and I try different things." She's five feet four inches- "short for a model" - and weighs 105 pounds. She's slender and willowy, but says she has to watch that she doesn't put on weight, especially on her thighs. "I don't know whether my measurements are ideal - but they are mine. And you have to he honest with yourself about your good and bad points. "You make the most of your good points and you play down the bad ones - and try to eliminate the ones that are caused by laziness." APPEARANCE VITAL Models don't spend hours primping before mirrors to get that model look, Wendy said. "You do have to look good all the time. But everyone should be well groomed at all times, so in a way it isn't any more time-consuming." But she agreed that it was difficult at fist to get into strict good health and bczuty routines. "When you are taking the course Linda drills into you that you have to be graceful every minute. I even learned to mount a horse in one graceful movement." Once the gracefulness is learned, it becomes almost second nature. Wendy was lounging comfortably in white slacks in a wicker chair in Cover Girl's red - and-white offices during the interview. She looked as though a photographer could begin to take fashion photos without her moving an eye-lash. Non-models in the room shifted uncomfortably, feeling as though they were all knees and elbows. EYES ARE Arr""T Wendy says she is not beautiful in the classical sense, but that she has nice hair and that her eyes are good points. And her big brown eyes - looking bigger because of skilful but unobtrusive makeup - and long, silky, brown hair are attractive assets. So far, she has done promotional work for two conventions, been photographed at a photographers' convention, modelled for television commercials and posed for several newspaper advertisements. "And I've done two large fashion shows - which were fun. It's rather like acting. "It's hard work at times. But the money is good. And I enjoy it." You'll Find the Finest in SHOEb A matchstick dipped in liquid household bleach can be used to print children's names inside their winter boots and overshoes FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY AT JOE GREEN'S SHOES Ladies7 Shoes  Heel Hugger*  Gold Cross  Spanish and Italian imports 4A to B widths to size 12 Teeners' Shoes  Wild Woolleys * Shindigs Men's Shoes  Hartt  MacFarlane  Savage-Rand  Pedwin AA to EEE fittings to size IS Children's Shoes  Buster Brown  Classmates B-C-D Widths Savage EVENING BRANCH A.C.W. ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE Basement of Church - 11th Street and 4th Ave. Fri., Nov. 20th - 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Sat., Nov. 21st - 9:00 a.m. - Noon LADIES AND TEENERS We have HANDBAGS TO MATCH ALL YOUR LOVELY NEW FALL SHOES See our wide selection of WINTER BOOTS for the whole family. Ladies to size 11, Mens to size 13. y GREEN'S SHOES on SIXTH STREET SOUTH When a Philips Stereo marries your living room there's even a wedding present Btryhig a good stereo hifi is u&traliy a lifetime proposition; that's why Philips offers a choice of styles., * each one designed to live harmoniously with a living room. They're designed and built to play for keeps. Philips ensures the lasting qualities of its stereo by being totally involved in all aspects of its making from cabinets to chassis. The two models illustrated are powered by a solid state chassis featuring FM/AM Radio with FM Stereo; FM Automatic Frequency control; positive action push buttons for ease of operation; two 8" and four 3^" speakers baffled for best acoustical results; automatic 4-speed Philips record changer. So when your nvmg room and a Philips stereo get together, you get the wedding present... a package of five outstanding Polydor Stereo L.P. Record albums .  . including James Last, The London Cast of Hair, Glenn Miller Memories, Once in Each Life by the Gunther Kallman Chorus, and one of Bill Cosby's most entertaining shows. All this is yours free with your purchase of either of the two Philips models illustrated. Contemporary Enjoy the luxury of a long, low contemporary cabinet. It's a full sixty inches long. And the proportions are well balanced for best visual effect. The solid wood cabinet is hand-rubbed and finished in luxurious veneers of Natural Walnut and Soft Lustre Walnut. Model R400. Mediterranean The classic elegance of Credenza styling can be yours with this new Philips stereo. The beauty of the cabinet is evident in the heavy detailed panels which are complemented by rich muted grille cloth. The cabinet is finished in Classic Oak/ and Soft Lustre Walnut, Model R420, PHILIPS Plays for keeps BAKER APPLIANCES LTD. 319 7th Street South Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 328-1673 BERT & MAC'S RADIO-TV LTD. Downtown On Seventh Street Lethbridge, Alberta. Phone 327-3232, 327-5560 Jack's Radio & TV Sales & Service 302 13th Street N. Lehbridge, Alberta. Phone 327-4979 ;