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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 6

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Pose 6 ehr fiJaijlnwu §"1111 Of Interest To Women-- Children To Set Who Made Good In City Books Recorded By Pro Actors Fiorillo. 21. deanicd of a in 'he theater or in tele- or possibly tho advertising ons. This is a ciroam shar- approximately one out of girl graduates who conif to York each summer, employ- statJKties siiow. "You'll starve." seasoned job uir.ers clioerfuJiy predict U mic- ot ibcso yoimg hojwfuls asks advice jtrtiinjj into the overcrowded fields, nobody sJnrvos. n !o{ of r.ii'!s get other jobs or fjo bach home, rtnd n few :>.re as iucky as Ann Fiorillo. For The Easter Look Oiher Easier Dresses In All Sizes 3.9S up u'-'rci one piece torso dress of SF,2er ce Sole. Peter Pan >.!7h !Lc!:sd yoke end rucked pane! around hipiine. A c're:r-y c^rment for Easier rnorr,. Made by PRISSY '. Sizes 7-12. Colors: 3iue. Fink, Aqua, Maise.' 'ay's A eep Shop she Best or cverylmro in Children's Wear Dial 23 'My ambition \vns to become an actress until 1 played the lead in one of the plays "at Hunter College." the pretty brunette said. "It was a tragedy, in more ways than one. That ended my dramatic career." Advertising was her next choice. She discovered that the easiest entrance was a receptionist's job. so .<ho went to work as a i-ecepUonist for the Mae.Muns, John and Adams advertising agency. Miss Fieri Ho. or" Now York, had the eagerness of al! ambitious beginners. In six moil',!:.? as a receptionist she developed a diplomat's knack of handling: temperamental artists, hungry actors and other agency callers." "I always tried to feel sincere." she i-scalled. "If a secretary told r.u? io tell a caller her boss was our. ! tried io teei he really was out." The 100-pound brunette made the statement with complete since'ritv. Then she described the slranjre requests she was called on to carry out as she became more familiar wth the agency. "One client asked us io get him reservations at the same hotel he stayed at on his last visit." she said. "Al! he couid remember was thai ihe hotel had a pink cocktail lounge." Ann called two dozen hotels and finally i oca ted the one with the pink cocktail lounge. After six months she was promoted to assistant time buyer, helping to arrange radio and television commercial time for clients. "I tried ail the clients' products lhat I could." the conscientious career girl said. "There is only one I haven't tried yet. but Fm anxious to start. That's our Cadillac account." Just one year has passed since her first pay check, but now Ann has a new title which brings her to everybody's attention in the profession she chose. She is "Advertising's Miss 1956." NEW YORK — uP -Tho latest thing in records for children involves dran>Mt>'~ina: a series oC pvi::c-\vinnijig books. The books involved n:'c "those ih;u win the annual 'Kewberry Award, a jnednl Hint has been giv- on since 102:.' by tho children's librarians section of the American Library Association. Lee Cor.vin. an experiejieod ree- orn man. coneoiveri the i;lo;> of dramatizing- the^e children's books on records, using professional actors and the best in sound effects and music. The first. Xcwbery Award Record, two sides of :x 12-inch LP, involves "The Wheel on the School." 1954 winner, written by Me.indert Dejong \vho was born in the Netherlands. Tho sound effects of this story about a Dutch fishing village were actually taped in the Netherlands. Background music is by the world-famous Conccrtgcbouw Or- chcstrs tlf Anisteiv.am. It is Cor.vin's plan to make two of the records a year, one to involve a recent, winner and the other one of ihe older books, until ihe backlog- i? cr.haustwi. TV^Log- CHANNEL 2, KPRC-TV WEDNESDAY 0:00 Koy Rogei"s 0:00 World At Largo (i: 10 /Today In Sports . G:13 News; tV'eather G:30 Eddie FtsT>er 6:45 News Cnravaii 7:00 Screen Director ~:3(l Father Knows Best 8:00 Ciilderslcevo S:30 Waterfront 9:00 This Ts Your life 3:30 Drajjuttl I0:0i.) CVlolmty 1'Isiy house 10:;>t» News: Weather 10:15 L<-s I'mil-Mury Ford 10:50 3I:iim' About Sp ll:0<) Tonight .13:00 Sijrti Off Wednesday/March 28 r 1956, THESE SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MAR. 29-39-31 MOHAWK 12to16tb. Ayo. IF YOU ACE UWABLE TO MAKE A Gi LOAN PAfMENT ON3 SCHEDULE, GET IN TOUCH wrrw YOUC. LENDER IMMrDIATtLy. HE MAY BE ABLE TO HELP YOU WITH VOUR DIFFICULTY The awarded for a combination of appearance and poise plus answers to a few questions asked by the Association of Advertising Men and Women, aiso provides the winner with a week's vacation in the British West Indies. One of the questions had to do with her next ambition, and Ann's answer should be as comforting to parents as her career. "I would like to get married and have children." she said. For fall information cor.txct ><>ur nr»rt»t VETKRA.VS ADMINISTRATION »ac« Vets Corner Stork Stops- GRLFt'LV Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Griffin. 502 Forrest, announce the birth of a daughter. Jcnise Marie. March 22 in San Jacinto hospital. She weighed seven pound? and four ounces. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vieth. of Xorwalk, V.'isc., and Mrs. T. A. Griffin. Kardis, Tex. Four Would Build A -Ship WASHINGTON —UP—The Maritime Administration announced Tuesday four companies have submitted proposals to build an atomic power plant for a tanker-type merchant shin bv June 30, 1959*. GISCffI? (OffRG Questions And Answers Q—I am going to school under the World War II G.I Bill. I know :hat my termination deadline w Jwly 25. ]9. T /£. A: thru time. I f;?i!ro I '.viii have soniv unused ennt'ejr.en: left over. Musi I lose this c-r=ti:ien-.crit? A—Yes. Even thou."h you ;r.ay have unused entitlement, the la\v provides that you may not train beyond the termination date of July 2? h 5950. 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