Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 11, 1958 · Page 5
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Hope, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 11, 1958
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, ftetolar VT, Didn't Enjoy Gleosonon Playhouse 90 §y WftUAM'- V6MM (Wl V William is h&ftif $ ears >be aeeused of He deals in bartatftfw; What ffiakls §aR#9n patfitabl? is the way he* liflteashes his tis* halltics, He do6<i it With MB* ashamed belief, with ehthusLisTiir with -a clean eye afid a 9B4nd44' one - hundfedty pet eeftt' pltf* hbal-ti Its possible td' get erUslieci ig-der a waterfall of Sarayan 6s«' nalitics and enjoy it, Thursday flight CB^TV's "May. hmise DO" threw Jackie (Jleas&h into Saroyah's "The Time Of Your Life' and 1 did not Cfi)o9 it Its a piede that should bd played like a rttel'ry>go ' roUhd' With art bhi'pah'pah and a sWlt-I of pihk horses and a shoUt. ftt> stead, it was played almost sol' eirinly— something like a doromi" tion procession or a stately i>a> to o Ptriian Market ACROSS r* ami mm g Jt Jt"*»i b! lhr»I<Je*t6! iBibtldal JEhfct 3 Sihgllig Voi«* 4 fieqUirei! Sfal 8 Novel t>aH oi Persia 12 fliffibve my is Tardy iSPemal* sheep 17 High Cards 18 Eats aWay 20 Meat dlsheS 21 Before 22 Mimic • 23 S'dWi 26 Tef hi of ehdeahnent 30Tbd Si S&Ucy 32 Southern general 33 Feminine appellattofl 34Cottoh fabric 35 Oriental coin 36 Exposition 38 Tendency fabric? ISAffesh 11 Confusion It may hot have been the fault of director Tom Donovan so much as it was the faul of the TV me>* dlum Itself. What gives bounce on the stage to this play about o group of oddballs in a saloon Is the simultaneous effect of its activities—a fellow nooding a pinball machine, another noodllng the piano, a bartender studying the racing form, -the customers whirling in their own little worlds along l($ brass rail. The TV camera, unfortunately, was forced to zero in on one COT- ner at a time. But what happened in,any single corner was too light- \yelght an activity to be lingered Over seriously. As a result, nothing at all seemed to be happening most of the time during the TV play. Some of the acting was quit? skillful—Jack Klugman and James Barton should be singled out Iwtsy Palmer and Dick York were competent. Gleason fell in a middle ground He grasped the obvious qualities of his character, Joe, the combination of sardonic-debonair - indolent, but he failed to communicatu Jo's peculiar mixture of power and powerlessness, the key to Joe's behavior. With his 'great special mustache, Gleason's.-.'Joe looked and acted a little ' like a H-sopolitan. bookmaker who "had jclt read Schopenhauer > Thumbs up Thursday night: CBS-TV's '.'Leave It To' Beaver;'" Thumbs down: CBS-TVs "Vancy (Deiringe.r, NBC-TVs "Behind 'Closed Doors" and ABC-TV'S "Zorro.' The Channel Swim: NBC - TV i says the Wednesday night "Milton. 1 Berle Show' racked, up the .high-., est trendex, a 31.2, of any new this season.'. , Boris Karloff ffecks in Monday at the Hal Roach Studios in Hollywood for filming of a new TV series "The Veil." Judy Holliday, who is virus- bugged, pulled out of this Sunday's NBC - TV "Steve Allen Show"—Nancy Walker, will fill in , . .Art Carney will guest on Sid- Caesar's special hour show, for NBC-TV on Nov. 2 , ,Carl Sand-burg is booked into the Milton Ifctrle NBC-TV show of Oct. 22. ABC-TV's Pat Boone has been subpenaed to appear Oct. 17 in a' Danville, 111,, courtroom to testify in a civil law suit involving a bandleader, ,-.Pianist Roger Williams is booked in for the' Oqt, 24 CBS-TV "Person To Person, 1 ; 41 Her 42 Wave top 45 , - it Hi capital 49 Lease 50 Card game 52 Hebrides island 53 Poker stake 54 Auricle sS Rave ftOMr AltAMAl HOM ITAI Antwtf ta pfs»fBUi TO SAVE WORTH BUMPING W&&OEO JQKEFt YOU'RE MAWM3 WITH THE GAGS/ POT TflAf oomi §5 typeof cheese indentation 2? Othehvise 2"fi Observed 20 Petty cjUafrel 29 Minister ta 22 Qd by aircraft 31 Writing todte 23 Levantine 34 For fear that ketch Sfgubdiid wtwd sprites 24 WithiH 38 Article So Meadow (comb, form) 39 Employ again 51 Rowing tool 44 Grafted (hef.) 46 BelldW name YOU'RE FIRED/ MY STARS, M3U WHW WHERE'S '/5URE,yARBER PUMPED 7 Mfe FOfc PATA ON TH£ IWFLATOPLMOE, 6ASY1 sur i CAMT BELIEVE HE'DSTBAL IT! t.M. ftij. U.S. P»t. Wl © 155« by MCA Smlc., Int. I WANT MOM^V! ITS ,POS5t&61 wow ""' TUB THB KUBSBR PLMJE T055ES ON THE CHOPPV WAT6KmlT^ PROP 5TIUI lOLIUfi, \\* PILOT "It was nice of you.to tell Howard he was your favorite, Ma—except his name is David!" By Nndine St.tier SWEE^IF PIE 56 South African Huguenot 57 Upper limb SB Ages By Kate Osonn CAPTAIN EASY "And what's wrong with ice cream for breakfast?" v , SIDF GIAMCES By Galbrnlth C »»M t| *t* Sinin, Inc. Tjn. log, U.S. Pat. Off. "Homemaking, phooey! I call it K.P.l" FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS AND HER BUODIEi AMP ISM'T i>w A NEW Tie/? , OM,FRECKLES: A ---AMP --<> IT'S AGAINST THE LAW OF GRAVITY YOU JUST CAN'T DO THAT, MY BOY! LESTER'S TRVING TO LIFT HIS OWN WEIGHT,' POST-MORTEM I'M ' HONESTLY SORR/- - - Bur TH IS is AS I CAN AFFORD To 6O'/ OM« ROARWWG OUT OUR WAY ROACH- HUGHES INSURANCE pirt t, klf THE CLASSIFiep; ADS/ "WAIWP PAOE BEFORE you MAKE AM :e>f?piow COMICS.' . 6TKIPP5D #8 TO PAY M, 5, BATES to go and nothing mugh , THAT'S IT,,. I WIN ASAIN/ 9' QlttV flM^ •OU. IB B . BWB9BUB1S EL RENO, Olda, ,{#) — George ,H$nt, superintortdent of the state "game farm here, found "a • quail qnd investigated to see was the cause of the death. • < He found 't)ie quail had -stuffed jtsell with bright red, white . and bUie .beads of the' type' used for; Indian rpoccasions. ' • . ' " '

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