The Panama American

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Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00091

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S &A-COnplhte assrtment of Service -Peroinnel and Civilian lI i
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'Move proctor. 750 w.. 8 mm FOR SALE:-195g Buick 4 Door Su-
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Movie prosecutor. 750 w., 0 .,8 mm FOR SALE:-1948 Buick 4 Door Su-
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ANTED-Apartment onet on bedroom, pl a r- Mf .cyc
Sbaths, and kitchen. FurnisHm o FOR SALEo rtc 949, Cou t SL:
;unAunished:, In city, ella Vista or 1950; perfect condition; hydra-
San Francisco de Ia Colts, by motlc: new tfes.B. .1,450,00. Tel. nuS L
cW p twithno children. Phone Co- F237 oSALE-'- l l -. o. ., 4 '
T Vr Dr. Sedo. ,Th car Is a real bar- FOR I.s
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Pacific Side to be occupied on or anfort BilANZ95. 0 0.c cdii,
before August 10th. Call 85d2h _o_. n"e
betn5n47p.m F "11fSAkE:--rM 1948 Sedan 4 '--FORAa w

J. C. McLean. Sax 134. Panama. FORUAE -V49 Plymouth"Coach. FOR SALE: Quartermaster Stee dvlbh -A*O3Pi0.:MVlinen4g-
ANTED:-Used barrels and excel- Panatm arift0n. 1Bargain.Phone Bf et $5,e
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ewc- tLea tpl o, wide dan4 *WW. Seat covers lEver- spaces, do .59.
OnrS Ie.rs for Lelco camera. gl M n). $2.000. each, for 25.n
hoe tofWn i 103-. FOR SMuAblb .o C. a 2 21 tof.
i- itR SAL trel. Next to no 'er.i ft
OUSE he Miltoy l Tel. 2-1081. "
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db-fi hte ibBsis FOR RENT OR SALE: dutiful 25 *ii" Thr4 4
gp furnished two bedrmwn huI a vehlM11 lad UMm1*
'"B five acres of land, with M C.m1 *atla,,.-
of t kinds of fruit tre, on the "),
how".wy, et xry miles fhun 2h .&
am. Irnuluire: Pablo A E RlI
A*itnue35. No. 6, or 'phone No. Z #

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a tyel ks emidn *U t 'ad paitlb-members of tme Mp. J..,
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member of the Caal M fam Wy w:re on it with an
l@ Divisote, at ?rtitobfl. aprate etmtal humorous
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F 'OWH School in Pueblo. verses were read oud and put
. and Mrs. Lust have been, into a memory book which was
* in community and church a signed Va present and the
&sd the church groiu gea book wa5s to the honorees.
I ttrhate to their en- Buffet teMmets were serv-
;Dr at the farewell party ed by Mrs. L, J. Benthall, and
h honored them. Reverend Mrs. Philip ]vener who were
p. gavme, pastor of the saaated by Mrs. J. G. Lusky. WA8H
th pegmsented them with Mrs. S. R. Goodhead, Mrs. (. (V918) -
Sof. Canal zone sFa *ns an Mrs. E. F. Me- vpr the
* on behalf of the Sunday Clelland. Mn... orge Cockle of over
ol and Mrs. J. W. Liamke- was chairman of the decora- to Coa
Spoke of their work in tions and the hall was beauti- cording
orgadlzatlon. Mrs. E. F. fully decorat l with spears of dence gi
liaft resented Mrs. Lust plume grass and the colorful Federal I
the tvKotlonai gift of the sprays of the Wild banana. gon.
lag O ,le. a book and a Among thest present were the The 'evi
re qf the church building. Reverend 'ad Mrs. Philip ic TusA
Lust hatred s0 mecre- Havener, Mr. Mad Mrs. A. Jonea, Internal
'of1 t p aat. tMiss Mr. and Mr. J. W. Limkemann. tee heade
S Oerald Mr. and Mt Go age C. Cockle, Carran.
t.0w a duet "*. Long Mr. and Wth. D. Hablett. Mr. The F.
l to ef MTA." and Mo. TI0. Custer and Mrs. saying th
.. O tlsch., as- F, T. Hrt. Mr. and Mrs. B. the found
SRitbuf tla, R. Oohb Mr. and Mrs. thought 1
T str and Mrs. 7. Dlo, f. L. Wlacavage, chance th
ja presented an 1iMe. SOuck, Mrs. Anton and Orea
-- .- olgW Uri. William Hada- eumb to a
SritsVa. J. 0. Lusky, Mrs. R. revolution
XK. MSa. R. Brians, Mrs. But f
N. S. vison, Mrs. C. 0. Genis writing
Sand b. est from westfield. points o
Netw icyj w LouIse TeWJO the free
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Btw tof tre cieicer Pp- e at n the tIk Club on Brat s is Imposla
pats h .the Regular Army Helghts Road on Tuesday even- o0e aestr
oeew. o the Army Promo- agn The party was arranged t geolse Ita
M, effective aoout No- ciapliment Mias Anna Fisher eubstitutig
r 1, -1952, will replace the andMis Manre Kelly on the 6ne.".
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p seeking appointment raMoore1.m Victor Miz- a. A. We
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ent Oontest finals.
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bfen mon..s later wLchn she received first and second prize
W f omtest for young composers, Time magazine
Q* thel'Vdth g sompoer In the itftl States.
4ph lS rfrMd the Saint Saens' Concerto No. 2
New t Phlharmonle Orchestra and had her own
E MUR takhi.' played the same evening before
S,00 n New York. It was the iWt thing
ai n had ever done in the United States before
fYof Times reviewer said:
rEl laed herself a Dianist, without regard to age, of
---atrAl ability. She alaclosed imagination only to
At f tlf on the highest level... The '.tumpelstiltSKin'
P bvu .A authentic musical insight and Imagination
S e pertly written, with a broad melodic core that
tI peiNormance FM's critic wrote:


S** .oig an unieommnionly proficient and agile
.~ea. i t cahnique, a keen rhythmic gense and a ma-
*.t 1 p f .z the campcstr's Intations, she played the
I lamn Conecrte whb h bi to eba B In a
fHI |I we iK have done .ftIt to a veteran vir-

S-:t. t'i im&:kably ieat?.c.sivD. often brilliant pwform-
i -e p. r.A givingng e&pn.c zip and fire to the closing
After a p.zicmande following he, 17th birthd y, Virgil
y ...t o. the a.,, mior herald mraoui declared:
Tfhis tcJanted vbung artist has long bean a child prodigy.
lac.lnR her twenties, she no longer tIS a child bu.t ner mu-
Fpe.-oL.Li.ce Is no less prodigious. It is prodigious not
t .teohlcl point f view. since techaiSl mastery among
OW. k sflq S of that age, through far from faBaio, is a
I r.-rrn-'-": Ite: rar-- t, an among children.
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.amtve BALBOA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8T11
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M 4s To Meet Winner

| USA-Argentina Clash

RSLSNklI July 31.-(UP)-Russia today
oau t e ft0 t tb the Olympftc basketball tourns-
S4m whe the quintet staved ef ft last minuet
/ beat Uruguay 61-57 before 2,000 highly


*Th ovets mt thh witnieit
Sth afternoon's United States
A tin game in the finals
rt ,Shile Uruguay plays
l for third and fourth
wee Sas a baseball contest.
g unsyans took heated ex-


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gp of 48-39 at the end of
halfl of their semifinal
al cotest with Argen-
41&a~ of Aualha t Wi
.0-meter time trial with a
start 4 abllehed a
Mc record in winning
oWI wln a MB
SmlsuS nea hco was 1t :
SeIMS at Berlin by Hol-
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Sand pulled ahead sic
first half while the
were exhausted after
rifle uptlet Win over
terday and played
game.
i rastdl beat Franc
basketball and won t
play Chile for fifth p
I m lca championsh
1. 'Braa BdId 1 a
hBrazl's tough quint
the aO tem that
United t sc A car
and th thmen
lookSd niMe wumners.
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Sredo V i6ras de Mo
theb satla attack.
waa hl for a fu]
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Theti aDrt artisa
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booed ad stamped th
tl.l6t trror was rect
a dtwsccslon that to
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r their ter-
France yes-
a holding
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place In the
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and France
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e yesterday
never really
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Mexico's leadli
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coeference at which he di
;ed Robert Preacott, Untei
bqr eau chief, for a stoi
.O7wyer's future plans.
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1 heh 139 Monday, Whic
1p,..ds of the former
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THURSDAY, JU" lWt
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tW PAHAMA AMBBiCAB AM OTtflHBtjf DAltt WPAFB
P AOt fin
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BBBlDBNCE THrt EYBNINO
Tiki AttBaesader Of 5**5*
fafl A*
_ and
unner this
m%/'m1OTJS1 Miiacfic oh t Cresta u honor I
Goffle H"r
Admiral and Mri. Bledsoe
*tWta&!Sant of the 16th
Rival District, Rear Admiral
Albert M. Bledsoe and Mrs
Bledsoe, entertained With an At
Home last evening from llvo-
SK5 to seven-thirty t luer
guariere In the Naval Reserva-
tion.
W
la or local duty, returned
plane Tuesday rom Mot
Palisades, calltornla, where ene
had been visiting.
During her vaoaMon, Mrs,
BHerman was hospitalised at
Santa Monica, California, and
shortly afterward experienced
the severe earthquake in that
state.
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tiona ma* "t ***A
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Motley, none -'
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Radio Programs
Ytbr CtWIHknity StBtJifi
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Who ifMM MM* MMt
Presents
Canal Predicts Weather For August !&$!&
On Basis Of Past Records Cloudy
The following weather condi-
tions are baaed on past records
and may be expected 10 Stcur Ml
the Oanll BOnf and vliinity dur-
ing August, 1952:
August Is the
My season
ather will
shine wr day, with only 2 to S
days with no sunshine at all.
tlMfBRATURE. Th monthly
mean air temperature will aver-
age between 80 and 81 degrees.
The maximum, .temperature wil
Dam.
FOQ8: Night and early morn-
ing idge Mt> he eapeolrfd .*
frequently over the Oalllard Cut
seetiort of the canal and the
central ectlon of the isthmus a-
lona th Tfans'Isthmian High-
w? but none are lilcely to oc-
cur at ettner Canal entrance
ibout 8 reach JO mlMaper how, 1
a of too ahott durattoi
any a*e*iBle Sain!
Indian hurricanes pass
ship lanes of the Cartl
Jfic ani_
Madden
iivhi, ir" ^i|
5i
le damage. WM
#f too ahott
across the j
hip lanes of the Caribbean 8a,i
hut thetr usual path to too *
ftottH Tanima to cause dam-
aging winds in the Canal Zone.
rtuTui
I mostly cloudy weather will
itlnue. and moderate M heavy
BELL FOB DINNER
wash
Dr McKeen Visltln. Isthmus
Dr John E. Mcfteeh, Freel-
d.nroftneCharle^tlzCorn-
5an>, Inc., MrlY%
vlStVoPth lathW
' inc., "arrived" "from New
and will be a
nus for few
day,'stwlng tdW1
Panama.
Union Church Plans
Fourth Youlh Parlay
Birth Announcement
and MrS. Moiss d
Mr
Pea,
of Ancn, announce
>ltth July it it aoraae Hos-
11 Of their third ehfld.JU#
.. Allen. The maternal grdl
parents are Mr. and Mrs, J8l
A. Stinehart
nli.
pany
dlarl.
olon
B5*
ind-
.-fte*
of Rlpon, caHitir-
Council
Of the
P.M.
8 an-
alco
BflBffli
Kris, in the OoTon Free tone.
^ffoSSl. WKher. with
her too youiger aona, *eter,*U
ftfnlamtn left today, bv P*""
tV JoV OaiUOthla where
hCoron.lVVhVrtm0inoth
CAfiSi. ill atll wa on the
gSggJ 3 WKr
SftRrtfth Toldest of their
&t:rth.^
Mitarv Acadamy. Colonel and
me Wlhar* will meet to
ganawnatJ they win maB
thaif new home.
rrienas tisHtta tk
^ifft Wl C Medlnger
SSft WSJ orwilton. Con-
14IS? Uary is Prtaldent of The
Mo??so ompany In J2
Ad u malting a combined
pfedanre and buataees trip to
the isthmus.
Hollanders Entertain
Por Lierman Family
Mr. and Mrs. WUllam J. U*
man and their children Ban*
dra and William, Jr., will BO the
dinner guests thia evening, aM
also the overnight guata W Mr.
and Mrs. c. 8. Hollander Of Bal-
boa.
Mrs. Effie MeGladt. the mo-
ther of Mrs. Lierman, will also
be an honored guest.
Mf. and Mrs. Hollander have
Issued an invitation toWtt
of the Hermans to oali and Bio
them farewell this evening, at
their quarters,
Cruces Street.
gtaower Por Misa kngj>t
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Maoh-
hUm Ohueh .
*T?WB;
._, Aug. 25
through 38, at Margarita.
This fourth annual youth
conerenoe WU1 include young
people of Junior high age, high
people ?TtoB on iffikry patti
are tovlte* to attend.
Each morning will be devoted
to classes on, "The Malting 6f
the Bible," "Preparing for Eft*

lyorlU
and
con'
showers will occur frequently
throughout the month.
RAINFALL: Average rainfall
for the month U 19 Inches at
Balboa Heights, 11.78 Inches it
Madden Dam. and 15.33 Inehea
There Is, howOvef,
ifllrham about 74 degrees it
BA1BO* Heights and 85 and 78
8:30 a.!
7:3*
RBV1BW
ieve Ballroom
RDDN SPORT*
LOVl at Cristobal.
ra
ifld tit
__jal. ------------,.
considerable variation from yeat
ithty totals neve
to year
8:Oo-Wortd 'iiews,
MS
inches to 15.24
lboa Heights,
(1.14 M>
tlah Youth
Problems."
Confront Wotli
He afternoon
will
program
_.ereet groups
sugh ae choir, drama, newspaper
and worship as well as swim-
ming and dthar forms re-
creation.
ijH.
House 748-A, Las
talnad
cent!
er
burnof Curundu ajotaJhttOtttOr-
a group of frienda te-
ly at a mw!laneua tff;
tor Mis LlUian Kn|ht,
daughter, of Sgt. *f.,
Knghtl of^Fort cTavton She Will
be married to Mr. AiradI Hecket,
jr., of Curundu Helghti, eatly
to August. ^^
Bullet Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Caldwell of
Balboa HeighU were host* lor
htertaln*
icen plan-
front a to
calleo Party
Mr. Oeotge
of Wll-
is a
ger.
,se gueet of Mrs MOdln-
WlllUm J. Lierman, who are
leaving Ftlday to make their
home in the tnited sulee.
KSurater Ae Hoaeo Oaest
-.TMrs. WestlyM Ken-
fcurtsndu.hai|B Jft. W'
,uest Srw5'
Jn Rouge, LOUieiafta, Mts.
Vincent is a teacher in the Brjg-
liah Department o thej^ulsla-
na tate University Bctenslon
hZumm belna at various mtll-
SSlitti air bases. In the
WJTtSuTaVpuerto Rfco.
Sort elote going eouth to en-
tVMjSlsslppl Southern College
IB HaWesburg, Mississippi.
c.
Girl*
B, AM Panama -
Me4et at Faahkm Show
first Black and White
fashion show on the isthmus
lihetog ptaotntod this aior-
?oon at ffie Atoroc* of flows
e*fl womene Club.
The drosses, all ol which
edm tESnm a. were
modeled bi the Misses Joan
BpSttge, Irma Arango. Ana
avelina VaUarlno, Carmen de
lA&dardia. Margarita valiartao,
Berta Iiabel Arias. Juliana
Fogarty, Ester Humbert and
^akaylen Vlnton, porita
jirnn, Marcela de Janon.
Oladn Preciado, Mary Lea As-
SS."ufiett Vial. Llcky Aro-
semena, Alda de 1 Ottawdta.
Bonple De Bella, Matilde de la
cffur -,"7 ;r
All proceeds of the fashion
show went to charity.
Mrs. Sherman Return
Mrs. Peg Bherman, wife of
Mr. Richard B. Sherman of the
General Accounting Office who
The evening program will in-
clude Veepdt aervfee Itom 0:19
to 8:41 which willi be follow-
ed by talks by different
ment programs have bee
nod lor each night IN
'Some of the special attrac-
tions will be swlnunlBg, aauBto-
danomg ana atunu. fftt period
will be from :6 to 10, during
that time camp Council, which
consists ol one delegate Stoih
each youth group, iaw*. and
officefs, will meft lights out at
10 p. m.
The dean of women will be
Mrs. Lucille Smith of Balboa
and dean erf en will be fted
Currier ol Oorozal.
Iithmian Nunet
Meet Next Wednesday
At Hotel Washington
The monthly meettag of m
Isthmun Httraes iywoi**0;
I will be held in the Washington
Hotel Ball Room at 8:00 p.
next Wednesday.
After the regular business
session Mts. Bernice springs
will give an informal report of
observations made in hMtttali
ot various European countries.
W. E. Hlghamith, the admin-
istrator of the Louisiana state
University Caribbean Program,
will be present to discuss pos-
sibility of eateneion course in
nursing Oduoatlort to lead td
degree in nutslng.
Refreshment*
foiiowmt the matting.
mi mdmBere ara welcome.
_ and
cm^try (VdA)
8:15-Arfc Ihd LWers tVOAi
aso-Radionivateity (VOA)
g^s-oommenutot'e Digest
VOA)
dr our
Contort (VOA)
tfluda
.food
Owl's nao
oil
f riay, ABtBg
g jt-stajn on and Alarm Cloak
7:3-RSat8alOB
giia-ewg(VoA) .
iiSO-Motnlng. Varltle
;48-Musie Makers
B;oo_News
18Cornea:
Iflt
salboa
26.10 inehes at Madden Dam,
and 5.18 to 84 I inches dt Cristo-
bal. Meeaureable amounts of ralh
win likely weor on 20 days dis-
tributed over M hours at Balboa
Heights and M days and 106
hours at Cristobal.
BUNSHINB: There will be an
average bf 8 hours of bright sun-
s at Cristobal. The hlgh-
temoerature on record lor
Is 84 degrees and the low-
er degfeea, such eitrtmesv
'ever are of Infrequent occur-
' RlfcATIVH HUMIDITY: The
relative humidity will average 88
net out at Cristobal, 87 per cent
" per
a Sii on it. llowSrt a wo-.
t thunderstjrmi man^ll oejan vf jtoyjj
^J^^SSS UP "e fish. i
^lifS: Local thunderstorm*
a|
can
r
alboa HMghts and" 89
at Madden Dam. The dally
Is
Jt between high and low
1 greater on the Pacific fame
than at Madden Dam of Cyiato-
WINDS: Winds on the Atlantic
coast Will be variable with an
average velocity of about 8 miles
oer hour. Northwest winds will
ptevail over the Pacific Side and
over interior stations with an av-
Worth While Waiting for
OUR SENSATIONAL
Ag*UA' )SALI
Staring SATURDAY, AUGe 2nd
MOTTO'S Panama Only
.11 the Record
10:00--!
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otlotf tne ROOOrg (Oontd.)
ll-gs-Mwe
l'-oi-Ldncheofl MusU
11:90Popular Music
&a, ,
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(Cla. Alfaro, S.A.)
8:15R M
(BBC)
SPORTS
1:18commentator's
(V&
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. JA)
l:fla_Bhort Story
(VOA)
8:30London
(BBC)
if):80Cavalcade of A mar 18a
(VOA)
10:80Adventures of
THIO
Theater
Studio Concert
PC 40
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liOf am -*1,nrfJlIMfc#|(,
SbcT
^/rWcaetlng
Prancalso
BIG "APPLE" -"Caboaonss
as pineapples are known la
Pelmsrejo, Puerto Rice, grow
big, Juicy and sweet, and Do-
mingo Rivers has reason for thst
wide grin as he looks forward to
a 10-pound trea^^^
With QUAKER OATS
youngsters grow
73^'
AUGUST 1932 AUGUST 1952
CASA FASTLICH'S
20th ANNIVERSARY STERLING
HOLLOWARE MONTH -
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO BUY WISE
ECONOMIZE AND BE HAPPY FOREVER
AFTER!
Gasa efastlich's
Sterling (Hoiloware
tenure Stock
Will Of
erea /It
tint >^
Mb
20 40 l OFF
THE CRYSTALLIN FINISH
Miss Peggy Ssge bring* you direct from her
Paris Salon ... a new, an infinitely better nail polish
- a different method ol color blcnefog.
At last, crystal clear colon that saske MeaibW a
collection of couturier shades. A finish t jewel-like
hardness that sparkles with flawless kwtat
a finish that gives incredible Oar. TTsl* i*
the performand* ol Peggy Sags, giasaaiiei in the
moat beautiful nail polish bottle in the world 1
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Ftshin-*iM mtmtn hum it i mH0t
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SAlONli PA8l( NCW TStg IBNOON
CDunng 3he
See W We
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Offered
l&nre Tftonth Of August
exaggerate When We Sag
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COMf CHOOSE FROM OUR $100,000,00 STOCK OF
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THURSDAY, JULT II, 1MI
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
SIDE GLANCES
By Calbraith
HOLLYWOOD, (NBA) Ex-swim to "Babes in Bagdad
tlusively tours. It's going to,keeps tettlnR richer juist truck
break the hearts of a lot of malea'two ne*^,tu^stai veins nearBis
Ivho ruslvd to see her in those hop. Calif., in his mining enter-
ttlmy draperies and clanking prise.
bracelets, but Yvonne de Carlo .--,. .....
decided to give up the ~\^8J^>X.
Yvonne played her last orlen- canse of Sally.
v*"S?. '".yinT nnTMl Deborah KerTa^I hubby Tony
prove it she', admitting .he hartley will ^ 'rnAm21
^d-tiwnth. chance to co- pit r.?.h,p, "Port o .
is the title of the telefilm serles j
that will be filmed by the Helen
Ainsworth Corp. She's the suc-
cessful Hollywood talent agent.
Ctar with Alan Ladd in "The De-
ert Legion."
[ "It was the part of a silly prhi-
resi who falls through doors or
something." gorgeous Yvonne
told nv. "I can't afford to do
arts like that anymore. I want
JFo prove that I'm a good actress.
Most of my films in the past
haven't called for treat acting,
fcertalfi producers wno have seen
W play Scheherezade over an* tfl rrt^batinen whit
X E in' reS ^Thi'her big office building
!S2 a^ufml"10 VCrW>me .S. SheeTDrlvI
Yvonne switched from the sul- In Hollywood. ^___
try to the spiritual type In | tntt u. Douglas
Gloria Swanson and her law-
yer Jamas Kendall (he sued her
for unpaid le*al fees a few weeks
back), won't take their battle be-
fore the Judge. They're working
on an out-of-court settlement.
more than a dash of Olivia de
iHavilland in her emoting tricks.
ameritan distribution rights to
the German-made "The Sinner.
ta which Hildegarde Neff shows
off ever inch of her magnificent;
flesh. U.S. film censor* aren t
touching Hilde's nude scenes-
Trie wags are saying that the
! wife of an MOM executive is giv-
\ S KUissff iKnSo. foof; arss -** ** r"m
little Lillian Ross (the New York- r~
I er scribe Wlgures replacing the ^^ rnmvatimtkm
ducks.
TBRBT-
MKE THE SAROE SAID
'fcyiaas! thi4 i nerYmnut invwiw.*,..
> wax.weau half/ c*tHM...Lirw
'AwavtoTwa ca*r^MWaoaamombnt;
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freciyes ant hs ntimM
Tm terry wt ever bought that home freezer! I Juat
recognized thia left overif a six rtentha old I
* THIS AND THAT IN FILMS
Ann Sheridan is about to an-
nounce that she will star In a
telefilm series after she com-
I elites Verffllllion O'Toole" at
( U-I Agnes Moorefread's tress-
' es are no* the exact flaming
- sh-de of her steady escort, Rob-
. er*, Gist .. Jack Pepper, Gln-
" er Pogers' first hubby, has a bit
5 role at. Warners in "Stop. You're
j K'lllnir Me." .ShflWon Leonard
I will co-star with Judy Canova in
'- "The Hot Heiress"Judy's .first
; picture to be made in London.
It's comic ttFta Corey's line:
' "Men make r>e-Rne fot firia
with V-Unes."
CHICAGO. (OP) Delegates
to the national Political conven-
Itlons will find easy transporta-
tion between their hotels and the
convention building. More than
$500,000 worth of automobiles
have been made available to
them.
Hedv Lamarr and her almost-
ex. Ted tatffter. are bickering i
over their Drdperty settlement .
agreement. There's a hitch in
the terms bat's stopping Hedv
from collecting a percentage Of
Stauffer;s night club grosses in
Mexico
Bob 'jtaok^'T Chuett"
Thornh wrie atfmtt that they.,
havf marriage plans, had a ver-
bal battle at a Hollywood party
that gave onlookers something to
talk about.
fal!v Forrest and MGM part|
company in October. The pretty j
star will Join the Blackburn twins,
in their night club and theater!
aoi for a year.
Reason fot Alario Lanza's j
walkout en recording sessions for,
"The Student Prince'' la a hot
quarrel with his long-time man-
ager. Sam Weiler. who once stak-
ed him to vocal lessons.
Shellev Winters' pals are pre-
dating that ahe will spike the
rumor of discord with Vlttorio
Gassman by sr-:..ing a stork
announcement.
AS GOOD AS GOLD
John Boles, back in the movie
MARS-BOUND BOY-Rigged
for space travel, six-year-old
Johnny Schloss, of Brooklyn,
N. Y., tries out a "rocket ship"
built of parts from a toy me-
chanical building set. It was
shown at the sixth annual Toy
Guidance Exhibit More than
800 unusual toys from 300
American manufacturers were
seen at the exhibit.
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