Lubbock Evening Journal from Lubbock, Texas on November 24, 1958 · Page 39
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! 11. Automotive a-Automobiles For Sal* UNUSUAL 1955 CHEVROLET V 8 Pel Air 4 door sedan, clean insldo and out, fully power equipped, fully accessorised, atr-conditloned, perfect mechanically, ours ilnee new See lyid drive to appreciate. Good trade and terms. KUYKENDALL INVESTMENT CO. 1210 Avenue Q S # SV Consolidated Equipment & Supply Company 701 PI ainview Hwy. P05-6288 BOX 81 MKBOCli, TEXAS RBAUTIFUlT 1955 " Pont7ae~Sedan. E!#rk and white. Radio, heater hy- dramatic Look* and runs like new. Drive it. hut hurry tt want list. Only J-95. «01 Avenue Q P02-2452 '•A DREAM CAR7, Beautiful 1955 Buick Special Radio, heater. Dyna* flow Car I* like new Go anywhere t an flnnr'-*, Only S%0 fim Avenue *iy P02-2J52 or nisht«! SH4-2K10 13. CîassîfifH Hisoloy TO 18 th AND TEXAS FOR VALUES 1953 PLYMOUTH Savoy V-8 2 door, radio, heater, power-flite transmission, white »tdewall tires, 2 tone color, very $* clean. Only. 1995 1957 PLYMOUTH Belvedere 4 door sedan. Radio, heater, powerflite trans., padded dash and white wall tires. Very nice and an extra good buy 2*......*1595 1956 OLDSMOSILE "98" Holiday coupe. Radio, heater, hydra- matic, full power equipment and white tires, extra nice and V only -------- 1695 * 1954 FORD -Crestline 4 door. Ra- «dio, heater, Fordomatic and white tires. Share and Si "bnly 695 1954 FORD ^ustomlme V-8 2 door, ladio, heater, over- Irive and too cheap 1» SI 1*0 nly 595 1953 PLYMOUTH J^ranbroolc 4 door. 'Heater, standard trans. Mots of transportation for $j Lonly ______ 495 1953 DODGE I Vj ton truck, Heater and good rubber. Lots of service for only ____ ITV • 1953 BUICK Special two door, radio, heater & dynaflow. Local one owner car. Priced Only_________ ‘495 1953 FORD V-8 tudor, radio, heater & standard shift. Too cheap at only _________________ IIV WE WILL BE LOOKING FOR YOUI : GERRY ELLIOTT DONNIE RAPPE Louthan-Dowell Tour Dodge-Fly mouth Dealer 1700 Texas Ave. 11. Automotive_________ a-Automobiles For Sale GUARANTEED WHOLESALE! CHEV. 6 s ........$99.50 PLY.................109.00 Most all makes & model» SUN MOTOR EXCHANGE 4104 Ave. H SH4-0262 MOTORS CHEVROLET. 6 cyL ’48 to '53 modela ......... CH KV HOLE! 6 cyL *54 to '55 modela ___ PLYMOUTH A DODQE. 8 cyl. '46 to ’54 ............. FORD MUTUR3 49 to '53 ............................ rbese Are EXCHANGE Pnreil NO UOW.N PAYMENT We Feature Complete Hydramatic service. $99» $109“ 599«o $110 ACE AUTOMOTIVE 1709 Ave H PU2-1990 BY OWNER Will Finance — TRADE 1952 Packard 4 door. exceptionally clean. Radio, heater. Excellent condition throughout. A good value in a fine dependable automobile. $.150. Will finance and trade. Call Owner SH 4-9171. PAYMENTS TOO HIGH We Will Buy lour Kquity CASH ON THE SPOT Por Youi tar WOMBLE OLDS 1211 • 19th McELROYS Paint Sc Body Shop SPECIAL On Complete Paint Jobs 1917 6th St. P05-6136 Alley Entrance $395. One owner ’53 Plymouth, food condition. good tires and brakes. ___4,Vm 43rd ------ SW 9 5295 1955 MG Sports Roadster, black with red interior wire wheel«. hea*er. Tonneau cover. 2,000 mile*, on new Michelen "x” tire* Call PO 5-7890 during office hour* or the car may be seen at 2fi'M 2nd Place after 5pm 195*? FORD, low mileage, food at new $2295 Would take another car IB trade. See A J. Bell 2313 Clovia Road. 1955 FORD Customline V-8 Radio, heater and overdrive Lubbock'* best bargain. Only $7<n Can finance. 601 Avenue Q. P02-2452 or right» SH 4--*51fl. $IW) DOWN to party with A-l credit, buys my l%4 v-8 two door Royal Hardtop Dodge with automatic dnve. power steering, radio and heater. lfilO 39th Street 8H4-8293. A TERRIFIC Bay: IMS Old*"?« four door Radio, heater hydramatlc. factory air-conditionirg. beautiful two tone green Only 1595 You have to be first «01 Avenue Q PP3-2452 $750 BUYS mv 1^54 V4 Roadmaiter four door Buick. radio, heater dyna­ flow. pfiwer steering. 1510 39th Street. SH4-8291 1955 CHEVR OLET™ 210 V «. four door Belair Needs some work on motor. Look what you can save Only $fi50. R M Love Mobile Home* 224 North College 1955 FORD Two door V-S. Cuatom- llne Radio, heater. overdrive on« owner me**, w 1 accept trade. R M. I.nve Mobile Home*. 224 North Col* leee, _____________________________________ 1!»56 FORD Four door. V-§, Standard Transmlaaion. runs good and look* good onl\ $«195 R M l/)ie Mobile Homes. 224 North College 1954 OLDS 9* 4 door hvdramatlc. radio, heater, beautiful paint Sporty car and nice. A real bargain. $795w Term«. 2411 19th. _____ _____ _____ $975 BUYS my 1%« Pontiac four door V-8, radio and heater, s’andard shift. 1810 3!tth Street. SH4 8293. ____________ 1952 PLYMOUTH Ridio. heater, extra clean, new paint and seat cover*. 44f*> R Carton SH 7-1348 1958 C hevrolet BrookweM Station Wagon for sale or will trad« for car or house trailer PO 2-8381 FOR Sale cheap 1949 Mercury Cua- tomuel $175 Call PO 5-8274 See 2401-A Baylor_______________________ 1949 Chevrolet four door *edan $150. Practically new tire*. 3217 Amherst. PO 2 2200 CLEAN 19'”«...Plymouth"" 1 n d! vidTaliy owned. 57.000 mile* Can finance. 2717 37th sll 7-1124 _________________ 1948 Ford two door. 19 000 mile* on« owner Radio, heater. 2717 37th St. SH 7-1124. ________________________ 1955 Mercury, original owner, radio, heater, r ercomatic, low m’.teage. top mechanical condition Fll 4-6428 1957*1 HEVRt7l.ET~Power Glide V-8 Numerou* ex’ra* Including factory air Bargain $1 595 RH4 0?43. b-Trucks For Sole h ; hih : ih ||’< 1959 FORDS §&IL!3 "Come By h Buy/" 57 RANCHIRO, Overdrive, Heater, Air $ 1475 Conditioner *56 FORD Vi Ton *7QC Pickup ................ ' '3 54 CH.YROLII $1275 2*Ton Troctor .. I A* a# ‘14 CHEVROLIT % V* Ton Ponel .. 565 Carl Bruce • Chuck dark Ben Cary • Alvin Sexton tmkks ÎA4H *et>ci 11, Automotive b-Trucks Por Solo Ubboctr, Vvontnq Jonmol, Mon., Wov. 14, 19S« So«. IV, Pf. H t_1951 Model Mick Diesel with »leeper cab. with 1953 32 foot American tandem trailer, gram boards, complete $5.000 285 Northwest 83rd. Phone SUnset 4 8427. Pan* Te«a*. 1952 BUK’K feperlai I-ook* and run* real good Good Tire*. $4'*5 Eaty Term* 24U 19th ________________ SIX YARD dump 55 Ford Fell or trad* P03-S104 2725 Bailor MODERN-aagor ... tU8 BOCK COMPANY TRUCK CENTER *58 CHEVROLET TASK FORCE TRI CKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE. STOP IN OR CALL FOR TRI CK SPECIALIST TO HELP YOU WITH YOIR TRANSPORTATION NEEDS. *55 CHEVROLET % ton pickup, hydramatic 6 cylinder, priced right. »52 CHEVROLET \t C/MQ pickup .......................V'w »55 FORD H ton C7QQ ton panel ..................$133 *53 CHEVROLET H CflAQ ton pickup ................ OTHER SIZES AND MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM See Dick, Frank, George or Tom LOOK FOR THE I/VT WITH THE TALL WINDMILL TRUCK HEADQUARTERS 30th & H. P05-55U “SEE MODERN A SAVE5» Lubbock Truck Headquarters 1954 Inti, R-185, Air Brakes, 900x20 Tires, 2- Speed Axle. ________ 1956 Chev, 6100 Series, V-8 Engine, 152" WB, Air Over Brakes, WC Mir- ZS.1:5"“1 ‘1475 1956 Inti, R-195, 1000x20, 12P Tires, WC Mirrors, Dual 50 Gallon Step Tanks, 450 Engine. ^ ........*3250 4E TRADE—WE FINANCE *1450 Î1S TEXAS, LUBBOCK PHONE P05-9471 Lubbock TRUCK! ^odio Programs 19S8 MACK 161 *T, A Real Nice Truck 1957 MACK B61-T, Has Sliding 5th Wheel 1955 IHC JM90 hat 450 e*. qine. Factory butane, a nice truck. 1954 CHEVROLET 2 Ton, Air and 5th Wheel, Saddle Tanks, This Truck is Ready to Go. 1953 22 White, 10x20 tires, you can buy this truck at a steal. 1953 HOBIS Trailer, 33 Ft. Lonq. 900 by 20 Tires. 1958 ARROW Trailer. 35 Ft. Lonq. 10 x 22 Tires, W. 0. (Cotton) Phillips R. D. (Don) Raskin 1900 I. 10th St. — P05-9004 DODGf>w (INUTÌC TU RKAl'tKS: Tt)« Ava tanche-Journai canont t>« respontibia for accuracy of radio program list tnga. dur to the practtc« of atattona and'or networks of making tast-mio- ate anannuunred efianse# ». KFIO *90 I BS Monday Morning 6:00 Farm Program 3.00 N#w*. Godfrey 7:00 News 10:00 This Day 7:30 Red Raider 10:30 New» 7:45 Tenn. Em# 10:45 Howard Muiet 8:00 New* 11:00 News; Peter* 8:15 Open Mu* 11:15 Mark Curtin Afternoon 12:00 Farm Program 3:00 Ma r'erktra She's Housewife Who Dropped Professional Name 1955 Dodqe, 3-ton tractor, re* conditioned engine, 2<speed •lie, air brakes, good rubber .........»» *9 1953 Dodge. 1*tan stake bed, 4 • speed transmission. New paint, good ¿ROEI rubber .......................................... 373 Many Mora To Choosa From LOUTHAN • DOWELL TRUCK CENTER 120 E. Broadway P05 7741 3:15 Dr Malone 3:30 Koad of ufe 3:45 Mrs. Burton 4:00 News 4:15 Roy Faublon 5:00 Allan Jac*kon 5:15 News 5:30 Jack Dale 5:45 Life Lina 12:30 News 12:45 Farm Program 1:00 News A Curtin 1:15 Mark Curtin 1.45 Pat Buttram 2:00 Backstage Wife 2:15 Helen Trent 2:30 our Gal Hundav 2:45 Nora Drake Night 6:00 Tom Hannon 8:30 Amos N Andy 6:15 Doweil ikomaa 9:00 New- v l ewis 6:30 News. Ans.Pls. 9:30 Roy Faublon 6:45 Ed. R. MurrowlO Oil ,\e« 7:00 Fermln Perei 10:30 Roy Faublon 1:00 World Tonight 11:00 News; Sign Off KSFJ 950 ABC Monday, .November 14 Morning 6:00 Musical Clock 8:00 «lasical Clock 6:30 Markets; Clot:» 8:45 Clock: News 6:45 Weather; Clock 9 00 Breakrast Club 7:00 News 10:00 News. Bill E*er 7:15 Mus cal Clock 11:00 Woman s Club 7:45 News Afternoon 12:00 Paul Harvey 1:00 Sunshine Boys 12:15 News 1:15 Bill Eger 12:30 Music Room 4:00 News; * oiemai 12:4.1 .\iuiic: Mkt- 5:45 Daly; Harvey Nlgtit 6:00 Pet Parada 9:00 Hit Farad» 6:15 News 11:15 News: Jlv .Ter 6.30 Silver Melodies 12:00 Music of Night 7:00 ’lIs Rhythm 1:00 Sign Oft KC’BU 1590 NBC Monday, N or ember 54 Morning 6:00 News: Dateline 7:45 Bemie Howell 6:45 Devotional 8:00 News; Dateline 7:00 News Weather 9:00 News True St y 7:15 Dateline Lub. 10:00 News: Band 7:30 News 11:00 News: Discap, Afternoon 12:30 B Howell 2:00 News; Matinee 12:45 Discapades 2:30 Woman House 1:00 News: An-eche 2:45 Pepper Young 1:30 1 Man's Fam. 3:00 News: ITT 1:45 Dr. Gentry Night 6:00 News 8:00 News: Nlghtllne 6:15 Dinner Muste 8:45 Temperance 6:30 Morgan Beatty 9:00 News. Band 6:45 Life A World 9:30 Morgan Beatty 7:00 News: Groucho 9 45 Idle Hrs. ;News 7:30 Nightlin* 12:00 Sign Off ki . m . mo Monthly 5:00 Alex Orttr 12:30 Way. Jennings 6:30 Mr. Sunshine 3:30 Hi-Pockets 8:00 Breakfast 5:00 Mad House 8 :30 Sky Corbin 6:15 Sign Off 11:00 Slim Corbin Monday 7:00 Jim Po*eet 6 :00 Don Bowman 9 :00 Bob Dunn 10 00 Ray Clark 12:30 Bob Sewell 12:05 After Hours 3 :00 Dee Bowman ■SKI. FM: #3.1 Monday Music Only. 12 Noon. 12 Midnight KI»% V 580 Monday 5:30 Sign On 11:00 BUI Mack« 5-30 Ch W’lldwtjod 12:00 New» 6:00 New*. Wlldw a 12:15 Bill Macks 6:30 Bills Co. June 1:00 Cousin Wes 7:00 New« 2:00 News. Cius'.n 7:15 Bill« Co. June. 3:00 Pappy D«ve 8:00 Newt. Junction 5:35 Cans Show 9: f«0 Cof Bk New« Sign Off 10:00 Coffee Break RBFM 9* 1 Megacjcte« Monday, November 24 Music Only, 9 nm -1 a m Madeleine Carroll Prefers Anonymity By OLGA CURTIS DARIEN, CONN. (WNS) —A pretty blonde Darien housewife was pushing her cart in a local supermarket last week when a strange nian stopped her. “Pardon me,” said the man, “But aren’t you Madeleine Carroll, the movie star?*’ “I'm Mrs. Andrew Heiskell,” said the blonde. The man looked! so disappointed that she relented, and admitted: “But I used to be Madeleine Carroll.” Luckier Than Mont The stranger, who turned out to be a GI the actress once aided on a hospital train during World War I, was luckier than most visitors who wonder if the blonde delivering a station wagon-load of children could possibly be the movie star. “I never use my professional I name in Darien,” explains Made-1 liene. And I hate being recognized It’s all right when I'm fresh fromi the hairdresser and going to work in New York, but nobody in Darien thinks of me as an actress ¡any more. “And I'm not; I’m just another wife driving her husband to the station in the morning and collecting the children for Sunday school.” The former star is one woman who believes that when you retire, you retire. Her only professional job these days is as ihe lead voice in a radio soap opera, “The Affairs of Dr. Gentry.” Good Training Otherwise, she’s been strictly fessional selves in New York! Work* With Blind a housewife since she married only. Home, he’s the head of the She is currently working with Heiskell, publisher of Life Maga- house, and I’m the housekeeper.” blind children for Dr. Harold A, ■Hie, in 1949. Home for the Heiskells is aniRus!<- the noted rehabilitation “I don’t regret any part of my impressive 1‘2-rooin house that expert. career,” M'treleine says w ith a boasts a big rose garden, two * 'Things lead into each other,” smile, “Because it’s great train- Sealyham terriers and a* 19,i3i,*1(' actress said. “I took this rad- ing for being an executive’s wife, automobile. Mrs. H. credits ther° s*1mv because it’s about a wt >“But I don't particularly wan' house for getting her off to a non- 7*an doctor and I m a frustrated my daughter to be an actress. If actressy start in Darien. I send her to acting school it j **We moved in with the baby will be only for the poise she'll ¡and promptly got hit bv a hurri- acquire.” cane,” she recalled. “The neigh- Her 8-year-old daughter. Anne-jbors came over to help us move Madeleine, is currently interested things and to bring food, and by only in being a Brownie, and this the time th<* hurricane was oven .. .. delights her mother. I was just the poor womnn w’ho j . f ~ ^ . r, , , , , ,, .. u-nrrmri aHont hnu- ehnM «.J the only Part of Madeleine Carroll ‘She s a very obedient child, ^ f,1^°ut ho* shc d hcat tho that will continue to act. Madeleine says proudly. “We | "I don’t mind reading stories don’t have any nonsense about' The hnghsh-bom actress. who!or doing an afternoon radio show, famous parents. won two medals for her work with (but anything else w-ould interfere He’s The Ik**.* the American Red Cross during with my Darien routine.. After My husband and I are our pro- the war, still devotes her free ill, I have to drive my husband .............................j time to hospital work. |to the station everv HOt N FAY IF E—Mrs. Andrew Hehkell ( Madeleine Carroll) read*, a Mory to her 8-year old daughter, Anne-Madeletne, as part of ht*r current, and favorite role as a l)arit>n, Conn., housewife. Charge Filed After Girl's Death Leap NEW YORK (AP)-Daniel Taylor, 3S, has been charged with felonious assault after his 13-year- old stepdaughter plunged to her death from a sixth-floor apartment w’hen he threatened to punish her. Police said Taylor, a Negro, was about to whip the girl, Margaret White, with a strap Saturday ni«rht after she had disobeyed her mother, Dorothy Taylor, and had stayed out all day. “If you take another step, I’ll jump,” the girl screamed as she perched on the ledge of an open window in their apartment. Taylor said hp didn’t believe her. He moved forward, and Margaret jumped, he said. The assault charge resulted from his slapping the girl before she threat, ened to jump. doctor at heart. The show brought me wonderful letters from blind people, and that’s how I got interested in blind children.” Mrs. Heiskell, whose ash-blondo hair has darkened, but who still has cream-colored skin and her voice is Stop Tooth Extraction Pain PA1N4-L.U’ hrln*» quirk anothlng relief to iruim rubbe<! v.rp ant) raw from Irrttfttlnc faU*- Irrih—and following loolh exlrartmnv Yon'II be am»*rd how quickly PAIN-A-I.At (a dentut'« for- rmiial taU.« th» arhr« ont of t«*m. Cel I’AIN-A-I.AY a| >our dnnrclot Indftjr, morning. rhe TV Log <Ntrn; ro readers : rne a *»- lanche-Journal cannot na reiponatbl« for accuracy of television program llsttnga. due to the practice of station» and/or network» of matting tast-raio- ute. unannounced change», i aliti» rv < Tut I «MM ii I outM»ofc M'in.lay, Nov. 31, l'JSS 6:30 Classroom 7:00 Today 9:00 Dough Re Ml 9:"0 Treasure Hunt 10:00 Price is Right 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Tic Tac Kough 11 :IS0 Could Be You 12:00 Playhouse 60 4.00 Matinee 5 30 Hospitality 6:00 New*. Weather 6:15 Here » Howell 6:30 Beaver 7:00 Restless Gun 7:30 Weils Fargo ti:00 Peter Gunn S:30 Target 1:00 Truth or t'oim«. »0:W> Lawman 1:30 Haggis Baggi* 9:30 Africa Patrol 3:iO Tulay Is Oura 10:00 lop riays 2:30 The»»> Roots 10 "0 NW 3:00 Queen for r>ajr 10:50 Movit 3:30 County *air iDlBTV —«taiwifl ij i oiii«Ki Monday, Nov. ?l, 195R INDIGESTION HEhK CHICAGO (UPlt- The Baking Soda Institute will shonsor “National Indigestion Week,” to begin Thanksgiving Day. 11. Automotive c-Motorcycles WATCH FOR THE 1959" MODELS Witt arrive in l.ubhock »oon. at your ONLY AUTHf)R!7.ED lURLEY* DAVIDSON DEALER Large part» itock and trained mechanics to »erv* ice your cycle NEW AND USED MOTORCYCLES Fast. Dependable. Hones» Call for Dlcit GA 1.1.0 HARI.KY HA\IDSON Mlta 4 M;le» N on US. 82—T11 ' ^ ; d-Airplanes LIKE..TO" fly?"W.flOO buy»''«Thouf Piper Tri-Pacer 1957 mode!. leaded Owner 3^14 4Sjh, SW 9 0707_________ «•Trailer Houses 10W DOWN PAYMENTS 1955 Chevrolet Vton *C05 4-speed, good tires. 1955 Ford. Good tires, gnod motor. A IMC nice one......................... 1953 International. Good tires, good motor. Good Pickup .............. '*L'9 1952 Chevrolet &*-ton SOO C Nice one ........................1,0J J. D. Hufstedlcr Truck Company 1941 Texa» Ave. P05^611 Ff)R *a!e 195* two ton rhevrolet truci. 10 0(MJ miles, with 30 foot Lufkin traitor air, grain boards nearly new 10/100 tires 14 000 Clyde Cheek. Hart Oil Company, Hart, Texa». Phone 93*3 _ CLEANEST aiMl heit ldsTpefg pickup In t^ubbock If you don't believe it coma and see It. On# owner. BW » 4m WANT ADS Will FIND YOU A Any new moon# home on our lot can now be purcha»ed with leg* than 10% down payment - Monthlv navment» are reasonable - Financed at regu iar bank rate» W# now can make tt po»stble for you. too, to own a quality Mobil* Horn«. Sea a» today roi'K IKAU.KR Min Hlcka, Apartan, Hparcraft 1101 Brownfield Highway PoS9011 AIRSTREAM •‘World’s finest Travel Trailer” See the 1959 Models TODAY. Mrs. Alton L. Abbott 2115 36th, 8111 0741 7:55 Newt 8:00 Ktingaroo 8:4:» New» 9 00 ljcjve or Money 9:30 Play Hunch 10:00 Godfrey 10:3» Top Dollar 11:00 Ijove of Lift Search 11:45 Home Fair 12:15 N«ai. Wtnr. 12 :30 World Turns 1:00 Jimmy Dean 1:30 Houscparty 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 Verdict Your» 3:00 Brighter Day 15 Secret Storm 3 30 Edge of Nitfht 4:00 Hour of mars 5:WJ Looney Tune» I \\ ».wtpecKer 6.mi NWS 6 15 l>ous Kd".arda 6 Hi Name Tuna 7:fKl lex an 7:30 Father Know» 8 IK) Danny Thomaa 8:30 Ann Sotnem 9 (X> Desllu Play. 10:00 fatnr Perform. 10:30 NW.- 11:00 Movie .30 Sign Off SUN« TV «fcunael ♦ AnarvUo Momlay, >• 6:30 Classroom 7:00 Today 9:00 Dough-Re Ml 9:30 Treasure Hunt 10:00 Price Is Right 10:30 Concentration 11:00 Tic Tac Dougb 11:30 Could Hr You 12:00 News. Wthr. 12:20 New Idea» 12:20 Grandpa ___ 12:55 Daily Word 3:00 Queen for Day 3:30 County Fan 4:00 "Susie'* 4 i0 Movie 5 4:> NWS *:30 l ie lac Dough 7:00 Resile** Oun 7:30 Wells Fargo 8:00 Peter Ounn 8::>0 Silent Servn-a 9.00 Arthur Murray 9:30 Hwy patrol 1:00 Truth or Cors*. 10:00 News. Weather 1:30 Haggis Baggi» 10:30 Jack Paar 3:00 Today 1» Our» 12 00 Sign Off 2:30 The»e Kuota a.ri)% rv —4it* Monday, Nov. It, An uanlle 105M T f*) i,a»t Nigh» 8.00 Kangaroo 8.45 New» 11.(sj I.nve or M'^ne» 9:30 Pla> Hunch 10:00 Godfrey 10.SO r •!» Dollar 11:00 lAive ol Life 11.30 Search 11:45 Theater Ten 12:30 World 1'urn» 1:00 Jimmy Decn 1:30 House Party 2 00 Big Payoff 2 30 Verdict Youra 3 00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 Hour of star» 5:00 Pope ye 5 30 Little Rascal» 5:45 Doug Edward» 6 00 NWS 6 30 Name fun« 7:00 The Texan 7:30 Father Know« 8:00 Danny Thoma» 8 30 Ann 8oth#m 9.00 African Patrol 9:30 Decoy 10:«) NWS 10:30 Mow Pontiff To Be 77 Tuesday New PopeToo Busy To Plan Special Events For Birthday By JAMKS M. LONG ¡new cardinals and Increase the VATICAN CITY (API — Pope size of the Sacred College to 75. It John XXIII is 77 Tuesday. lie may had been fixed at 70 lor nearly have to be reminded it’s his birth- four centuries, day, Vatican aides say. ! He left his tiny Vatican state He has been too busy in his last Friday to drive to Castel Gan- first month as pontiff to make any dolfo for a private visit to the personal plans for the day. He papal summer palace. Sunday h< may, at thr last minute, call in drove through the streets of Rome one or two friends for a quiet aKain( this time in formal proces- meal. sion, to take possession of the Ba* His three brothers and one si»-!sUioa of St. John l^iteran. his see Iter, last of a family of 12 ehil~jas bishop of Rome. Next Thurs- dren, will not be here. They, and day he will dnve through Rome ¡hundreds of townsmen from his to inaugurate the academic year native village of Sotto il Monte m ^e Lateran Athenium, where and his province of Bergamo, are hp himself once studied, coming down by special train Dec.! Sources at the Vatican cannot R, inste ad, to give him a goHen j remember when any pope in mod- crown. Prn times left the Vatican three John XXIII was older, at the times within a week. time of his election Oct. 28, than1 ---------- -------any other newly elected pope since 9 Clement XII in 1730. Clement was 78 when he became pontiff. Heavy Seh«tlnli* But with an energy that belies his years, sturdy Pope John was held to a work schedule that allows only six hours sleep a night, and already has set several precedents. A week ago he called a con I sistory for Dec. 15 to create 23 MKtXTOR'S SON IVH KKO NATCHEZ, Miss. (UPH - Pat Ford, 40, the son of Hollywood director John Ford, was injured near here Sunday during the filming of a picture his father is directing. Ford was hospitalized with a leg injury after a horse stepped on him. DOES YOUR CAR NEED A RADIO? • •SjgS’ ■* MOTOROLA OR1GINIAL EQUIPMENT EASY TERMS IF DESIRED! TYPES FOR ALL CARS Priced As Low As S39.95 RADIO L k 0 1501 Avenue Q P03-9551 HERE’S THE PITCH «on* rv -(tonine) Monda», Nov, 21, 1958 I It TO Popej e » : 0*» ut Money O . îO r*l«v tlunch 10 00 iiortfrey 10:30 *op Dollar 11:00 Love of Life 11:30 Movie 1:00 Jim I y Dean l:S0 Kou»e Party 2:00 B,g Payoff 2 rio Verdict Your* 3:00 Matinee 4:30 Fun/ a-P >ppin 1:45 I Hug £d»ardt fi 00 NWS 6 30 .Name luna 7:00 ffte Texan 7 t(l I* ather Know* * 00 Cwhi&e i) :>0 Ann got hem S :00 Itarny Thoma* #:MI Mr DA 10 W NWH 10 '^ Theater N M BUYEP We are In position M make *pec!»l radurtion pricei on 1***9 New 4t Used Trailer* We hav« In »took choir# brand» 10 wide by 35 ft to 10 wirte SO ft Wa have */x>d »electton on u«<*d trailer*. R wide, 23 ft to 10 wld*. SO It. Alto tiava 2 Camp Trailer«. A J HKII A AO>« I It VII l-M MI L'S 2313 CloviH Koad Po3 7M1 POR iALK r,r trade Midway trailer. 33 ft two rvediKjm bath. Will trade for furr* tur**, car. or equity in home Have il HOO equity, owe 11 400 monthly pasment* %, i*all P.eeie Air Force Ba*e Pi» 1951. E*t 753. alter & p m, T'Sgt. Webster BRAtTlWlXT"’ decorated 30 ’ foot |i*57 Tr»iier one bedroom, full bath. 1217«, Rome finarcjng. Call PO 3* 9fi75, or P(t 3-50^?. TRAt»E equity for household if«Kli in 40 'wo he 1 room with comple;« bath 8’ wide Call 433W, A, L. Manien. Bo* 1301, »^eairaves. Texa* 1957 35 ft, Trailer Hou»#-~trade e'Tultjr for anvthmg of value KH 7-2479 FOR PALE: 47 ft trailer house, 320 Ave I? or HWM«3 ____ ______ f-Wonted Cors-Trucks <agw8fcl,..i «.W - IIIIIIIU.I.—1,11 r-m ..............—■'**' WB BUT lunr car* and truck* any max* or model. Can IHj 2-9859 ■>11 A IV - 4 Vuinnel l> 4 lovlt. Monda», Su\. 24, ll»i*t 190 tiauy Worö • oö New* Wtm 3:3*> Mr* Matinee 6 15 Your iiu*meil • :M Uftmon Kunyuf 7Wi ' • • a »a 5:15 K td ** Karnivai • 00 NWS I: SO Roundup ** 0 Mos a PFWARE Phony Price-Tag “Bargains’ • Would it be f>o ^ihle that you actually patd more for that “bargain’' than its ri-gular price? This consumer r<*j*ort in I)f*ceml)«*r Reader's I)igi*et | »hows how phony many r«*<luc- tions are on TV seta, jewelry, appliances, coBmetie» anti other products , . . And what you can do alxtnt it! Pick up December Reader's Digest at your newsstand today! ^ WESTINGHOUSE DESILU PLAYHOUSE WILLIAM BENDIX in "TIME ELEMENT’ by ROD SERLING \ Did this man go back in time and re live the terror sf an event that happened 17 years ago7 Brought to you by your Wtstmghouse Dealer. TONIGHT 9:00 P.M. CHANNEL 13 Vbu can save one third on lone} distance calls... the secret is station -to -station * The smart word is out. People everywhere are learning station-to-station Long Distance calls cost about Vs less than person-to-person service. It’s like gettinir one call free for every two you pay for. Here’s proof: LUBBOCK to CHEYENNE, Wyo. Per*on—Niqht Station—Night You So*# $1.60 $1.05 55f Call by number , , , Its twice as fast & 1 o*t talk with any on* who omwrt,

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