A-12 *rus MMPA DAILY SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 51st Veaf im AVOB4KS4KA FF0& * f=/*/&, GPHEUA TELEVISION PROGRAMS SUNDAY Nelson Eddy Gets First Gold Record Hollywood By VKRXON SCOTT UPl Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPl) — He did It! He finally did it! Nelson Eddy has sold a million copies of a single recording. It took him 23 years. Eddy is bursting with joy following announcement that his version of "Indian Love Call," waxed in 1936, squ«aked into the million sale mark this week, qualifying him for a golden record award. Modestly, the operatic baritone credits his oldtime partner, Jeanette MacDonald - who warbled a duet with him on the platter--for the success of the Redskin mat- Ing number. Lone, But Steady "That record has been selling a long time, but steadily," Nelson said. "This Is a. new and wonderful experience for me. but. I'm not bragging about it. Jeanette is just as responsible for the record as I am. "Twenty-three years is R long time to wait when you think of some of these rock snd roll singers who sell a million copies In 23 days. Maybe we were singing about a alow Indian." Success hasn't gone to Nelson's head. He holds no high hopes that his "Shovtnin' Bread" record will break the million mark. "I doubt if it will come anywhere near selling that much," he grinned. "It's been banned on radio and television at the request of the NAACP. I still sing it in my night club act, but I've changed the words so it won't of. Southern Prisons Rated As Poor TALLAHASSEE, Fla. 'UPlI — Southern prisons have been ranked lowest in the nation in a survey of correctional workers. Prisons of California and New York were rated among the best. Those most in need of improvement, the survey said, were Mis- •isippi, Alabama, Arkansas. Georgia and South Carolina. At the top were California, the U.S. Bureau of Prisons, New York, Wisconsin and Illinois. ,fend anyone. Frankly, I think the .'original version is a cute little 'folk song with no intent o( stepping on anyone's toes." j HP Clown* Around I Eddv said most or his time these days is spent in clubs, 'singing and kidding himself. ! "I try hard not to be stuffy," he said. "My partner. Gale Slier- iwood, and I tlo satire, imitations land just clown around in general. jWe spent! 35 or 40 weeks a year 'traveling around the country. Miami Steer Brings $9,500 ll:00 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:15 1:30 3:30 4 :00 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:20 6:30 7:00 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:20 10:30 12:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:45 3 ;00 3:30 4 :00 4:30 5:00 6:30 6 :00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:10 10:20 7:55 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 10 :00 11:00 11:30 12:00 1:00 3 :30 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:30 11:15 SAN ANTONIO (UPD— The grand champion steer calf of the; 10th annual San Antonio Livestock! Exposition and PjcxJeo was sold| Friday for $9,500 to the Dumas j Milner Chevrolet Co. ! The nteer was shown by Bill j Breeding of Miami, Tex., a 17-: lyear-old 4-H Club members. Last | year's grand champion steer calf 'sold for $6,100. Geometry as a name is rived from the Greek words for "earth" and "measure." Since geometry had its beginning in 3000 B.C. in Egypt this name is probably the translation of an Egyptian term. The word refers to the measurement of the earth. The Egyptians needed geometry for remeasuring pieces of their land that had been washed away by the Nile floods, © Encyclopedia Britannic* « :30 t:00 9 :00 9 :30 10:00 10-30 11:00 11:30 12 :00 12:15 12:20 12:30 1:00 1 :30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4 :00 4 .30 6:45 6.00 b:i5 6:20 6 -.30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10 :00 10 :20 10:30 12:00 6:30 7:00 8 :00 g:45 9 :00 Ctiannel 4 First Christian Church This Is The Uf« Cotton John News A Weather Hal Mftyfteld Pi-o Basketball Talk Back M. D. 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Pi-ice Daniel will leAd!p e te tor some $220,000 in prizes [the parade, ! being offered this year. tJnl'lifcd Pfes* HOUSTON (UP!)— At 5:30 a.m. Sunday, television's Marshal Matt Dillon gave the signal for 2,00o riders and 100 covered wagons to get underway In the largest The Salt Grass trait rifle began in 1052 when 17 persons decided to travel over roxighly the same'j route Vised by piorteer battlement [ organized horseback movement in!as they drove their tonghorn cat- modern times. t' c each winter to **"? °" th f i The Hde is the eighth An-! life -* lvin * * rads along the coast, 'nual Salt Grass Trail ride on a ''• Four of the original riders — ; three-day trip from Brenham to! Brenham Mayor Reese Lockett, Houston. Heading the big move- TV announcer Pat Flaherty, ment will be James ArneSs, the Dillon of TVs "Gun- Marshal ; smoke. 1 ' 1 Riders will reach Houston next Wednesday in lime to lead a lonelier Emil Marks and LH7 ftftnch foreman John Warhftsch — will be among the 2,000 persons inuring the rld e this year. Miss Dunham To Be Initiated CANYON ^Spl) — Janis Ladell Dunnam will be initiated into Mary E. Hudspeth, honorary society for freshmen and sophomores at West Texas State College, Feb. 25. To be eligible a student mtist The long- horse and wagon con-(have been on the Dean's honor downtown parade of some 10,000 , w)] 9 t re t c h \ n single file fori ro11 one time anc ' rank among the j people to open the Houston Fat a - di9tant , 9 of more than a mile.i^P «ve percent in his class. , ihrce and Ui i M18 , Dlinnam who |3 a fresll , executives. oilmen, ranchers, ma " English major, is treasurer of youngsters and people from all Buffalo Masquers a speech or- i walks of life will forget their ganisation. She is Jhe daughter of WI Will Initiate Marvin Berry CANYON (Spl) — Marvin Seffy Will b* initialed lnt<S MM J5. Hivdspeth, honorary society 7 freshmen and SophdrtlbreS at We Texas State College, .fret*. 25. To be eligible ft student mi have been on the Dean's honor ft one time and rank among the jflve percent in his class. . Berry, who is a freshman pil wed student, is A 1058 graduate t If Pampa High School. He is the of Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Buckler, Pampa. 1 :30 Tlie Shield 2:00 Your Day in Court 2:30 Music Bingo 3:00 Beat The Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust 4:00 American Bandstand 6:30 Mickey Mouse 6:00 All Aboard For Fun 6:30 Shirley Temple 7:00 Citizen Soldier 7:30 Bold Journey 8:00 Voice of Firestone Dr. IQ Patli Page Sea Hunt Nightcourt Miracle of Bells Nightcap News i 8:30 j 9:00 | 9 :30 10:00 j 10:30 112:00 I problems except for eating, car! ing for their horses and maybe an occasional blister or two. j Trait Boss Lockett said rules 'this year will prohibit trailer •trucks, va.ng or floats at camping 1 sites. He said enough food and , firewood will be stored in the wagons to last the entire trip. The fat stock show, Feb. 25 through March 8, also will feature 11,200 individual entries in beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep, swine, poultry, rabbits, cutting horses Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dunnam, Lefors and a 1958 graduate of Lefors High School. Read The News Classified Ads.., HI-LAND WASHATERIA 2flOO N. 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