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Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 15 1983, Page 2

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 15, 1983, Tokyo, Japan 2 personalities Pacific stars and stripes May 1983 miss Usa poses As woman of 80s a the new miss Julie Lynne says she won the Beauty contest because she represents the woman of the but had a Tough time winning against her pageant miss the Green eyed said she still Doest believe she was crowned miss Usa Over Lisa Gayle miss the two women shared a hotel room during two weeks of pageant primping and both their fathers Are airline pilots at Dallas fort Worth regional Hayek of won in Cash and prizes and will represent the United states in the miss universe pageant july 11 in her crowning thursday night before a nation wide television audience Means the part time Model won More than including about in Cash and ill probably set up a dentists office with All the Money when its All she clutching a dozen red roses As she posed for photographers with her Mother and grandmother moments after her i think i won because i represented the woman of the she i want to be a dentist and further my of fort Worth finished As first runner up and said afterwards she was Happy for her Green eyed Shes a real Nice shed be out in the Hall at night doing exercises when we were All in she has Lightbrown hair and is a senior at the University of Californi alos she is also a High school guidance Counselor and told master of ceremonies Bob Barker in her on camera interview she most values i would like to stress the importance of because with you under stand others As Well As the world around said Hayek received a wish list of including a Mink a screen test at Paramount pictures in a new sports a five year Supply of tanning a Motorboat and a fashionable new York apartment for a Ca Fornias Julie Hayek crowned miss Usa by former Queen Terri fifty one Young women from All the states and the District of ranging in age from 17 to competed in the which was staged for the first time in a panel of 11 celebrity using a scale of 1 to voted on the while runner up Allred was voted by press photographers As miss photogenic and won the evening gown Hayek placed first in swimsuit miss South Margaret Allison of was chosen second and miss Pamela to of Baton was miss North Elizabeth of was named fourth Mother awarded in suit against talk show Host Denver a a jury awarded million damages Friday to a Mother who was denied information about her son by the staff of the Phil Donahue show after a television appearance by his who abducted him in a custody it was the second trial in District court of the suit filed by Willow Lynne Cramlett of the first ended last fall in a mistrial when jurors failed to reach a Phil Donahue Cramlett said she contacted Donahue product multimedia program productions of after Wayne Anderson appeared on two segments of the show in 1981 to defend his actions in taking their 3yearold in she filed a million suit against Donahue producer after Donahue staff refused to give her information on the whereabouts of Anderson or her Anderson and the boy have not been seen Anderson has been a fugitive since a warrant was issued for his arrest by a state court judge in charging felony interference with child i was put in a position where i had to do Cramlett said after the it want like i had a the jury awarded million in actual damages and million in punitive with a certainty there will be an said Frank one of the attorneys who de fended Donahue producer in the courtroom of District judge Jim Donahue testified in the trial earlier this week and told i would do the same thing the same his attorneys argued that program staff Mem Bers Only babysat the child As a favor and would have broken professional rules by turning Over the child to his who presented closing arguments in the second said the show had not brought about the abduction in any Way and said producers were merely trying to air a subject of wide National concern parental miss Iowa Dana Ruth of Des Moines was chosen miss Amity by her fellow Barker and actress Joan Van Ark of televisions Knotts Landing were hosts of the two hour show on Larry Gatlin the Gatlin Brothers band of Nashville also a Gulf Western industries owns miss universe which has staged the miss Usa contest for More than 30 but Harold miss universe said he Doest know whether the contest will be Back in Knoxville next the shows local backers were unable to come up with about of the they and Glasser said his group should have established better rapport with area people Upton Sinclair award Santa a a Community activist support group has presented Mike who played Hunnicut in tvs with an award for two decades of progressive social and political the first Upton Sinclair award was presented at a Liberty Hill foundation fund raising banquet attended by Mash co Star Loretta Max Gail of the old Barney Miller show and Joe Spano of Hill Street the dinner marked the 60th anniversary of a free speech rally at Liberty Hill in san Pedro at which writer Upton Sinclair was arrested for Reading the of rights As a protest against the arrest of 600 striking Farrell has been Active in such causes As helping battered women and fighting intervention in Al Centennial Celebration Greece a culture minister Melina Mercouri opened a three Day Centen Nial Celebration honouring the late George who invented the Pap smear cancer a former professor at Cor Nell University in new York for 40 first identified cervical cancer cells in the but it took 20 years before the Pap test for cervical and uterine cancer was developed As a cancer screening rates for cancer of the uterus have fallen by More than 50 per cent in the past 30 said former president of the commis Sion for cancer Charles Pacific stars and stripes uses 417 900 Apo san Francisco 96503 published daily 25 cents per copy or per second class postage paid at san

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