CARPET GLEANED $119 95 THIS WEEK ONLV ADDITIONAL ROOMS $14.95 ea. T "VALUABLE COUPON" I CIIDHITIIDC AAQi off I Ul 1111 I H ll m u . price I : l-UKNMUK I CLEANED CALL NOW FOR APPOINTMENT COUPON GOOD 1 WEEK 476-8080 NOT DELIGHTED, DON'T PAY CARPET DVEING CJn be done right in your home J nil Hit rttullt tit Unitiucl W twill tlio TINT yooi cirper while il n being cleaned it tlighi Addition! chjrg. You will be jmed H ih tpprjrancaf IAHAANTV - Uu' il 1 IN f ULL,UiiHiiwl RAINBOW INTERNATIONAL CARPET DYEING & CLEANING CO. America's new favorite family may live in "Our House." Read about the success of this new series next week in TV UPDATE. Write In Mkhde Murks: co 'I'lii' Srlilillcl I'.O. I Sox 2315 Grand Central Station New York, NY 10103 No personal replies. : The Durango Kid My daughter remembers reading about Ike death of Charles Starrett.,: I know that Slarretl was the Durango Kid. Wlial did he do after leaving show business? Was he married? 3'ow old was he when he died? - l. AMEST, FAYKTTEVILLE, N.C. : '' it fp ! Charles Starrett: masked man of flood will Born March 28, 1903, in Alhol, Mass., Starrett was the grandson of a wealthy industrialist. lie was educated at the prestigious prep school Worcester Academy, and graduated from Dartmouth, where he distin- ' guished himself as a football star. While a college student, he joined several fellow athletes appearing as extras in the 1926 film "The Quarterback." The film experience served to motivate him further into a career in the theater. Starrett won a scholarship to the American Acad-. emy of Dramatic Arts, and began his film career in "Fast and Loose" in .1930. A series of undistinguished r-ui.iiihc li'iii... k.. ! t his sig"ig ., with Columbia Pictures in 1936. An excellent horseman, the handsome . and clean-cut Starrett became a star by cranking out several films a year. In 1940, he starred in the title role of "The Durango Kid." He returned as the masked man of good will in the sequel "The Return of the Durango Kid" (1945). His last feature ' was "Hough Tough West" (1952). Retirement was easy, as Starrett received a sizable income from a block . of stock inherited from his grandfather's tool manufacturing company. Starrett was married in 1927 to his childhood sweetheart, and had twin sons. lie died of cancer March 22, 1986, In Burrogo Springs, Calif. Officer Candidate What was the name of the character played by actor David Keith in "An Officer and a Gentleman"? -SHAWN McKlNNEY, PEHRY, ILL. David Keith appeared as the suicidal Sid Worley in this 1982 release. Stable Hand I've read that Paul Keenun, an er.-" Dynasty" star, has AIDS. , In what role dill Keenan appear? - AMY COLES, LEVITTOWN, I'KNN. Paul Kcenan was hardly a star on the show. He had a bit part as a stable hand at the the same time Rock Hudson was appearing on the prime-time soap. Last July, Keenan reported he had contracted AIDS through a homosexual relationship. He emphasized, however, that he did not contract AIDS through a relationship with Hudson. After the Search enjoy the "CHS Late Night" show "Hot Shots." Actress Dorothy Parke is very good. I'leiixe tell me all about her. - fiiank H.Mr., south el MONTE, CALIF. Dorothy Parke and Booth Savage A it.tiivc ill Tor.ml-i, ''.iii.i.i.i, where "Hot Shots" is filmed, Parke was the 1984 Grand Champion in the Leading Lady category of "Star Search." A highly successful model in both the U.S. and Canada, she gave up her modeling career to study acting at New York's William Esper Studios. Following her "Star Search" championship, she turned down all offers for auditions until she completed her acting studies. "I wanted to wait until I could show them the very best," she says. Her TV credits include a short stint as Cyndi Ramsey on NBC's "Search for Tomorrow." Parke is single, and her hobbies include traveling, photography and water skiing. 2 THR8BNTINBI.
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