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and Bratoria County, Thursday, June 27,19B7 THB FACTS Pag* T LE BAILEY MINUTE-IT 90UNW3H.IKE •flMVS VOCES.' LIL' ABNER HOLD OF HSH PUP TONIC NSTEAD/' T S6EMS GRANDMA A Bib MESS O- OMtOtUQN QHMNS LAST WEEK AN:.. ~» — V KNOTT-HE PCS* A CONMC. KEN I'D CHECK OUT-I OXJUW BWS.TDf* TUB COMIC* TO HELP BEAPlMd U)DiCBOD« F THE ' 1UE FBOUT ^ ftlTOVTlOhJ* *» spites WntKffT^\™t Frances Farmer To Make ComeSack Bf ALIKE M03BY OP Hellywood Writ« SAN FRANCISCO — <m_ — The attractive blonde behind the reservation desk at the Sheraton-Palace Hotel quietly «ald, "going back to acting after 14 years is a wondertu challenge. I'm not ifraid." Sunday night on Ed Sullivan's CBS-TV program Fran, cei Farmer will appear for the firit time since she suddenly quit the movies in 1943. Frances once was one ol Hollywood's top young star* —but she became cne of its most tragic. In 1943. and 1944 she was involved in a series of stormy court appearances for drunken driving and other charges. For some of the past 14 years she wa« * patient at the state mental hosp'tal at Steilacoom, Wash. Thre« months ago Frances turned up working at the ho;el, a job she won via a newspaper want ad. A United Pres» story about her brought a flood of job offers — and Frances Farmer this week be* gins a new life. After the Sullivan show, she wll appear in summer stock in "The Chalk Garden" and "The "I feel confident I Can make success of it." France? looks the same only more mature as in such movies For Waistline Watchers NEW YORK —(in— If it'3 calories wou're counting, eat as much skim-milk cottage cheese as you like. Add a few drained, canned purple plums Benjamin FranVlin wa« th« first American ambassador t» France. for a delicious taste and fof pretty color at th« table. Magic Bucks house. and the County Loss" at the Penn. Play- "I weighed the hazards of show business- against the security of a private life, and I decided to return to acting," he smiled. "I've had such a great deal bf experience in just iving — I think I o offer now. have more us "Come and Get It," but in I her eyes is the look of a. woman j who ha» climbed out of deep despair. Now friends and fans are rooting for her comback. The hotel gave her a farewell orchid, ands ment. "'We' ea'h have our problems to work out and I 'hink I've worked out mine in my own way," she said. "Now the past is so completely over—it can't be helped. It's the future I'm concerned about." She has received thous- of letters of encourage- TELEVISION LOG KPflC-TV Ch«nn»l 2—KGUL-TV Channrt 11 KTHH-TV Channel 1J—KUHT-TV Channel » Let Child Smear For Fun And Art URBANA. 111. -CT— Young slen enjoy finger painting ant learn a sense of design at the same time, iay» University of Illinoil child development specialist Patricia Robinson. But for best results, child and parent must be properly prepared. Try dressing tho young »r- tiiit in one of Dad's old shirU. Mill Robinson »uggests cutting th« collar and sleeves off and putting th« ihirt on the "artist" backwards, thui making neat coverall imock. A utility room, or »ny large lice that is easily cleaned up large piece of oil cloth or porcelain top tabls and ju- ior la ready to create. It ii suggested trying a single color at first, so the child eti the "feel" of his work be- or« mixing colors. When thework is done, warm water washes the paints off. or if you want to keep the!, •original" y>u can hang it by two comers until dry. THURSDAY 4-00 (2) Star Performance (13) Kitirik's Party 4:30 (2) Looney Town (.11) I Led 3 Lives 5:00 (2) Roy Rogers (11) Range Rider (13) Mickey MouSe Club 5:30 (11) Sports & Weather 5:45 (11) Doug Edwards and the News 6:00 (2) World At Large <8> Recital (11) My Little Margie (13) T. /V. News 6:10 (2) Today In Sportt (13) Weathergal 8-15 <2) Channel 2 Newsreel (13) John Daly and the News 8:25 (2) Weathercast 6:30 <2) Dinah Shore 18) World Weater and Man (11) Sgt. Preslon of th« Yukon (13) Lone Ranger 6:43 <2) NBC New« 7:00 FRIDAY 6:25 (11) Moraing Hymn 6:30 (2) Morning Devotionals (11) Raral Reveille 6:35 (2) George Roesner 6:45 (2) George Hoesner 6:55 <11> Island Headline? (13) Sign On, Anthem, prayer 7:00 (2) Today (11) Captain Kangaroo (13) Soundtrack 7:25 (2) Today's Weather 7:30 (2) Today 7:45 (11) 11 Video Lane 7:55 (2) Today In Houston (11) News_ J:00 <2> Home (11) Garry Mior« Show 8:30 (2) Home 8:35 (2) Window In Home ~9;00 <2> The Price Is Right 9:30 (2) Truth or Consequences (11) Strike It Rich (13) Romper Room ENJOY REAL MEXICAN FOOD AT HENRY'S PLACE AND LOUNGE "TRY OUR MEXICAN STYLE STEAKS" Now Completely Air Conditioned ROSITA AND GILBERT URIBE OWNERS AND PROPIETORS HENRY'S PLACE AND LOUNGE 431 EAST PINE FREEPORT, TEXAS PH. 3-9189 1 | The Community Calendar 8:00 (2) People's Choice (8) To Be Announced (11) Bob Cummings Show (13) Jungle Jim T30 ( 2t Tennessee Ernie (8) The Art of the Theatre (11) Playhouse 90 <13> Superman (21 Lux viedo Tnea'.r* <8> America Look? Abroad (13) Danny Thoma« Show 8:30 '8) Sign Off (13) AU-SUr Theatre g ; 00 (2) Groucho Marx (11) Conra'' igel Theah 03> Key CVub Playhouse 9 30 ill' Climax (2> O'Henry Playbc *• (13) Civ-a Smith 10:00 (2) Tic Tac Dough (11) Valiant Lady 10:15 (11) Love of Life 10:30 (2) It Could Be You (11) Search For Tomorrow <l.3> Liberace i 10:45 (111 GuidingJLigM 111:00 '2' Movie Date j (11) Amos 'n Andy ' U3' Joe Paiooka 11:30 (11) As The World Turns (13) Sherlock Holmes 12:00 (11) Our Miss Brooks U3> Tumblcweed Time 12:30 '21 Tennessee Ernie (11) Linkletter's House Party Matinee 10:00 'i> Frontier ; (13) Moviellm* U. S. A- 10:30 (2) Final Edition New« THE OAHBO iw«M«r h«l U I ui) Late Show ! ln»»tpr«l»d by Amn>«» of,io:40 (2) Late Movie Date tupvU. iMihtt-wtlaU Ml 110:45 (2) Mann About SporU - - -c,..._ u . 00 I2) T 0n ight 11:55 <13) Late News (13) Sign Off 2:00 i2> Sign Off 1:25 (ID News Head'.inf. 1:30 (ID Evening Hymn 1:00 (2> Theatre (11) The Big Payoff 113) Action Calvacacic j Festival j-l:30 (U) Bob Crosby Show : . 2ToO~2TQueen For A Day I (.11) Brighter Day ' (13) Liberate : 2:15 ill.' Secret Stoi.-n ! 2:30 (11) Edge of Night r,3> Joe P.ilooka corned with itilchtd U bold polk* dais. Ftl! U • UToril* m*i*rUl far half wiih • tott cutul look thli IfELASCO k^H • ••. ^' * -— i NOW SHOWING DOUBLE THRILL SHOW! Paris Vice Squad 1 2nd BIG >U f GUERILLA GIRL' 3:00 '2i Comedy Time 3:00 'ID Early Show i;3v Sherlock Holmes 3:30 (2) Winners Circli 153' Krazy Kat Theatre 2:45 '2> Modrrn Flomanccs THliBSDAT. TONE Z7 7-30 p.m.—Boy Scout Quain- tan» Diet. Meeting, First MethDdlst Church, Lake Jackson 7:30 p.m.—K of P Lodge No. 475. K of P Hall, Freeport 7:30 p.m.—Freeport Planning Beta Sigma Phi, Civ. Meeting Room, Brazosport Savings Center 7:30 pm.— Brarosport Concert Band Rehearsal, Do-v Plant B Cafeteria 7:30 p.m.—Freeport American Legion, Lceicn Hall, Freepcrt 8:00 p.m.—Knights of Ool- um'ous, officers and com- nrittc'c meeting-. K ot C Hall, Freeport 8:00 pm. — Lake Jackson Business Sc Professional Women's Club. Llndvelt House, Lake Jnckson 8'00 pm.— An^letcn Vete ran». Fpreign AYar.' Meeting, I.«gion Hall, Angleton 00 pm.— rrecport Rebe- kahs Lodse No. 757, IOOF Fieeport FRIDAT, JtTNl 12:15 p m.— Brazosport 1U- tary Club, Port C»f«, port American Legion, Ltfioa moui, Angleton American Legion Hall 7:30 pjn.— Gulf Coast Dupli- caU Bridge. Dow Plant B Cafeteria MONDAY, JUtY I 6:30 jun.— La)f< J&ckron Lions Club, Llndvtit House, Lake Jackson 7:30 p.m.- Lake Jacluon Jaycees, Jaycee Clubhouse, Lake Jactenn 7:30 pm.— West Columbl* American Legino, Legion Hall. West Columbia 7:30 pm.— Pythian SiiUri. Freeport Temple, No. 1« Meeting, K of P Hill, Frccport 7.30 p.m.— Rainbow Qlrli Meeting, Masonic Lodge, Freeport 8:00 pm.— Ix»ke Jackson r.'asons Stated Meeting. Lalta Jarluon Muonlc HaU BuUding, J-1311. Eittmion Ml far Urttaf Presented M d public service by The Dow Chemical Company Texas Division Bring ( a uie mouuiaini! '!..,•> :u* Chevroi«t takat »t«<p gradei with such an waygoing ttr«i« >•<» hardly even py« th«« » thouglit. Thert't new lean-musded powtr tucked away under that hood. ju*t r»nn' to handle any hill you aim it at. And no matter how curvy the road, a ligh; t ~M •' .m, uven- u^.j. ~ • - -keel way it sUiys put on sharp turn*. A car has to have a special kind ol build to handle and ride and run like a Chevy. 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