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EXHIBITION FROM JUNE 1 TO TIME OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE (Closed Saturdays and Sundays) 
PERIOD FURNITURE
PAINTINGS - TAPESTRIES - SILVER - TEXTILES - LINENS - BIBELOTS - ORIENTAL RUGS
PERIN, BRAISLIN, AND OTHER OWNERS
Sale June 6 & 7 at 2
GEORGIAN FURNITURE
BOOKS ON FINE ARTS - CHANDELIERS - SILVER - TEXTILES - HANGINGS, etc
Property from the Estate of the Late 
MRS B.F. JONES, JR
Sale June 8 at 2
PARKE-BERNET GALLERIES, Inc
30 EAST 57 STREET 
NEW YORK22, N.Y.
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MONT TREMBLANT LODGE 
JUNE 26  - OCT. 15
[[image - drawing of the lodge and swimming pool]]

OFFERS - Sailing on 10-mile Lae Tremblant, tennis, horse-back riding, swimming in beautiful pool or from natural sandy beaches, fishing, dancing every night, excellent cuisine. No hay fever. Rest and relaxation. 

Rates $6 to $12 per day with meals. (American dollar, $1.10.) Over-night, New York City. 
MONT TREMBLANT LODGE 
MONT TREMBLANT, P.Q., CANADA
90 miles north of Montreal 
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The Weekly Magazine of New York Life
Executive and Editorial Offices 
6 East 39th St., New York 16, N.Y.
LExington, 2-5300 
Week of June 2
Vol. 14 No. 22
ART...................1
BEAUTY................13
BOOKS.................3
CLASSIFIED SERVICES...3-5 
FASHION...............14
MOVIES New............9
MOVIE PROGRAMS........35
MUSIC.................2
PLAYS.................10
RADIO.................29
RESTAURANTS...........16
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Events of the Week 

Highlights 

Radio - Roland Young in "Topper". Premiere of a new radio series based on Thorne Smith's comic fantasy. With Francis Chaney & Paul Mann. 8:30, Thurs-day. WEAF. See Radio Listings page 29.

New and Current Movies 
(See Broadway Programs, Page 35)

New and Current Plays 
(See Plays and Opening, Page 10)

Art Exhibitions

CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN PAINT-INGS - June 6-July 8. Encyclopedia Bri-tannica collection. Mezzanine Gallery of International Building, Rockefeller Center, 630 5th Av. Daily 11 am - 6 pm ex Sun 1-6 pm. Free. 

DEHNER, WALT - Paintings of Puerto Rico display excellent good taste and flavor of place. Kraushaar, 32 E 57.

DOVE, ARTHUR - A selection from the work of a nature-lover whose abstrac-tions are shown only at An American Place, 509 Mad. at 52.

GROUPS - As befits the time of year, many galleries review the season with group exhibitions: At Perls, 32 E 58, American, French and Cuban artists, most of the examples new works... At Babcock, 38 E 57, "new and old," mean-ing living and past American painters... At Rosenberg, 16 E 57, Moderns, both French and American... At the 67 Gal-lery, 67 E 57, Picasso to Pollock, a show of second-rate examples by extreme and/or groping moderns... At Passedoit, landscapes and figure paintings by Nord-feldt, Hanson, others, and sculpture by de Creeft, Hannah Small... Safe and sane American paintings at Rehn, 683 Fifth at 53, Macbeth, 11 E 57. 

LANING, EDWARD - Drawings by one of "Life's" war artist correspondents, done on the spot in Naples, Anzio, Rome, Florence - where the artist saw actual fighting. Midtown, 605 Mad. at 58.

LOVET-LORSKI - Sculpture ny Russian-American who shows 45 pieces, amoung them portrait busts of the late Stokiwski, Toscanini and Linda Darnell. Wildenstein, 19 E 64.

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART - "The Teach-ing of Design" as practiced in a class for first-year high school student; Ballet Drawings by Franklin Watkins, Chirico, Rivera, Lurcat, Chagall, Tchelitchew,

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SOUTHERN COMFORT 
The Grand Old Drink of the South 
SOUTHERN COMFORT CORPORATION 
SAINT LOUIS 3, MO. 
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