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fey tHJ| Delta S.lnte G9 r Southern Slate 6 1 ?. Arkansas' A&M 60 Harding 03 Memphis SouthcWoslcm 72 At krthsas Slate 'Sfl .' High Scho6l Blythoville 48 TeJcnrltpna 3d State Teachers Tourhfey " At Co'nway «*,.'What was shrugged off as a \ 'ydar* pf' rebuilding looks as if it 47'CoUkr ttli'rt "out to be a good deal rJrnore 'for' Frank .McGUlre and his i??!N*orth 'Carolina Tar Heels. IfS.i.The <Tar. Heels still well fed by '<'.'MrG-uire's talent pipeline from tho V^rNotth bagged their ninth victory S-ih*;, 10'-starts, against grade A op- sv-position Thursday night with a 44- 'I tf'34. defeat of Wake Forest. t^'rWake Forest tried a slowdown *-.fThursday night holding the ball &A four ( mintites at the start of the "4^'glime^attempting only seven shots ,, M }.: Tu'r"r!'.'_* j la if nric ) generally us- to try to match Arkansas Tech At Russellville Lincoln 67 Wnldc '53 Jessicville 57 Marshall 52 Harrison 08 Eureka Springs GO Hoxie 66 Scrcton 47 Henderson Tourney At Arksdelphla Caddo Gap 57 Loekcsburg 42 Mountain Pine 52 Meant Ida Lakeside 35 Staps 39 Plalpview 57 Malvern -17 Delight 57 Ally 51 Springhill 31 Stephens 30 Sparkman 40-Oi!achita 36 Emerson 56 Bismarck 40 4-1 • "JbNorth Carolina's superior height «n* k 'manower. •Jf ~ 'The Tar Heels tying rival North /^Carolina State's 4-0 record in tho /^''Atlantic Cpast .Conference shook f- -'.loose for a 17^111 halftime advan- S^l-tage , and stayed comfortably Tf,ahead ; tfu? rest of the way in their yf'i 'irst''*>experience„ with, the slow r •*-Y down. ~ *• VWf <•" lj ' '- J • ^^The-Ta'r *Heels'" third-ranked na- 1'ffM.foriaHy *"Snd """'nth-pegged Vvtesf Jv yirginia \yere the .only rated ^ teams.in, action in the slim Thurp- V'i days program. $"!•& West Virginia, with Jerry West <&.\ whipping in eight-of his 32 points ,4f'.~irr pvertied * downed Penn Stain -;T'*i89-8l7 : ll v was the* Moiinties' lH{i ij&,fvictor>- in ' 14 . starts. ps^'HtStjifBoriaventure" one -of the na- feS^*^tion\s"f|guf major unbeaten teams, ^rSeptT its"" repord intact despitf IX J slopp.y-'play ' by defeating lonn i*^,rc(NY)" 68-54' in' the opener of a ^i;'d6ubleheader at l^ew York's Mnd- |'*£ ison' Square Garden. -"SU** .Set5h 'Hall won the other part ft*, of the'doijbleheader nipping Mu'h •Cv.'lenb'erg" 57.-S5".* K^ ,, \Certyenary bagged the 63rd anc ft; , llast'Title'bf the holiday tournamen' ?• M,;'avalanche spilling "Spring Hit ^^71-57 in ' the Senior B,owl fipal n jX'<Mobile. -Murray (KyT took conso honors 74-71 over Tepnessoe a (s t ej'r n Tennessee downoc W .iv^reheadMKy) 85-76 in an Ohi |i'€^yalley* v 'Conference test Miant i^Ir',4 (Fla) ->handed p touripg Toronto Un |£|»versity a 97-55 defeat and Woffor l?-ft v beat,winless Erskine 67-58. 'It™'"', Seventeen 'of sophomore BU fer^SmitnY\23 ' points r were, fre «--•-•- •* - as'St. Peter's (NJ)- wa COLLEGE BASKETBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS North Carolina 44 Wake Forest Vermont 65. New Hampshire 59 West Virginia 89 Penn State til (ot) NCAA Tighten Restrictions on Members By JIM KENSIL Associated PCess Sports Writer x CINCINNATI'Ohio CAP)—NCAA member schools today received a sharp' dolibte'-edged mandate from their IB-man ruling body. fc 'The powerful NCAA Council in rt|pves to strengthen its etiforc- ment program and tighten its Manciple of amateurism warned ,n effecll li Crack down on Staff members Involved in serious violations of Ihe athletic code even to the point of firing them if necessnryi 2. Steer clear of any flnanca]. deals direct or indirect which i would enable baseball teams or, other pro .sports" organizations to provide athletic scholarship's.' These ppihts were emphasized in the Council's re,*>rt released | Thursday! The report was read today .to' 'delegates attending' the I business session climax of tho week - long activities centered | around the 53rd annual convention PMOMf 7'34ll FOfc AD fAKIR *> J 1 * l, v _' ! \ **' , . ADS MUST BE IN OFFICE Emm^tlGirls, BjevihsBoys in the Finals Finals in the 'Emmot Junior In vitatlinal toiiinimrr't will gel itfi derway n 4 . 1 o'clock on Saturday night and will Funeral Directors Ambulance -• Service Burial Association» OAKCRtiStf FtfNERAL HOME Dial PR 7-2123 20-im-c Female Help Wanted less than 1 per Cent of ter, - it' is important -lo all forms-of life, for everything that lives or has-liyed-con- tains It. Carbon is^fqund.in a wide'. Variety of forms".;Ifpnt soft and slippery graphite, to ha'rd diamonds."' Because of-its [scoring Arjittidolphifl buys against Blevlns. New Mexico State 75 Wyoming 59 NATIONAL BASKETBALL -ASSN. By THE ASSOCIATED *PRESS Thursday Results t Syracuse 145, Cincinnati-138 (ot) Minneapolis 95 St. Louis 03 Friday's Schedule St. Lous-Cincinnati at Detroit Boston at Detroit Saturday Schedule Detroit at Cincinnati New York at Philadelphia Sunday Schedule Cincinnati at Syracuse 'afternoon-V) Philadelphia at New York Boston-Minneapolis at San Francisco Detroit at St. Lpuis of the National Assn. There are tsvo points however that" were considered likely to cause sqme wrangling. First Would give the three-man eligibility committee complete .authority to rule upon the eligibility of any athlete for intercoTlegate Athletics. At iprcsent this .power s held only by the Council. / The other proposed amendment that cqul'd cause a fuss dealt with recruiting. It would prohibit institutions 1 ' ' from providing preparatory education to prospective athletes 'but' would make specific exemptions for the service acad- enjie's 'because of their stiff en ; trance requirements. in the semifinals last night the Arkadelphia loam which has scor- 40 points os in-iro in every game, had little trouble turning hard diamonds.'Because of,its, ibnok Hope 40 to M. The Baby softness, graphite makes; an- Badgers-have averaged 44 .points excellent lubricant for,, ma- a game. — " J ' -^levins came through for a 23 'loJ21 victory over Prescolt, earning tho right to meet Arkadelphia in the 'finals. The North Hemp; IOUSEWIVTSS need money to bolster the budget? 6 hours a cloy will bring you- a good income. Excellent territory open in Mope. Car necessary, Write Avon, Box 377 Hot Springs, Ark. 5-6tc exumieiib iuuuuui.iv J.L/I. , ( "»« chines. Mixed with clay^and hardened,, it becomes'-;"leadj' for, prdinary pencils. , \ i '>' s National Hockey By THE ASSOCIATED Thursday Results Mgqtreaj '3 Tqrpntq 0 Chicago 4 Boston 2 Er'iday "Schedult JJq games PRESS 1-"— NE\V LOW PRICE' w-v>' ,. t $5.00'- Down • — .SIp. 21 in.*"— Full- Swjvel Base "Catalog-Sales Office- Fights Last Night By THE "ASSOCIATED ' PRESS Boise 'Idaho — Glenn Burgess •146 Boise outpointed 'Dick 'Goldstein 150 Seattle 120 , .'-, , Los Angeles — Boots Monroe 11^. Compjon's £ahjf. ^tpjoint&d Joe "Me'del *115 M. e ? lc '° "City 10 Ropie Italy-— Italo Scortichin 162 Italy" stopped Franco Sciscia ni 158%'.Italy's. Inped'St. Francis {NY) 71-48. Mexico 'State's, Border Conference , team • handed ^Wyoming Skyline. grqu B it? ?Jff h ,^.} games "75-59,., , t ',. of the Armstrong Is Hopeful of Beating Dixon By JACK HANp Associated press Sports' Writer NTEW 'YORK (AP)— Geoe (AceJ Armstrong - unbeaten Elizabeth N. J. ' middleweight hopes to solve all Eddie Dixon's problems tonight by sending t|ite N,ewark po : liceman back to his midnight-S a.'m". .beat, Dixon torn" between the comparative security of a $4600 patrolman's job and the lure of a potential $20000 a year in the prize ring probably will make his decision aftgr tonight's fight at Mad-' ison' Squa're Garden. At first Dixon said he had decided to pound a beat rather than take his chances in the ring. The jiex't day he changed his mind and announced "I'm going to fight." (In the" meantime he has been walking the beat 'working out in hi§ spare time. Joseph P. Weldon Newark police director had informed him that-the "rules hf the'department • W V mil'- ^PT nr*" ' '- ' , 4 V T-; ^ "i *»•<•* MAlT§-iH CLASSIFIED AD ORDER Tlie Quick and Inexpensive Way To Dp Business afcil INSTRUCTIONS: Put your Classified Ad Words in Squares Bejoy/ , '.- . one word to the square. Put the number of days you 'want your A'd to "run in square'af bottorp. "'Then figure your cost, ': 1 5 • • 90c — - 50 m i-" NAMi No. e* D«n M It To Run eox NO PHONE „. CI«0 sr>d Mail ra ChssH • •• Cqih Minty ©rdsr Here's How You Figure Your Total Cost.. I Tii]R6 § THTH?§ 6 Tin>§§ 9n$ MQ^th yp tg i§ W8i"d§ !: M:-:.--- :I ,41 AQ i'§0 ts20 teW ro§l 41 to 45 1.20 •75 .... ....f^ .: LSI •• 1.59 3-0© 3-S9 4^. m §-§s 4.50 «.QO per igame in the tournament, i The Guernsey Junior girls were -edged 'by Fouko 38 to 31. Emmet's Junior girls had little trouble turn ing 'back the Cale girls 28 to It) thus 'Emmet and Fouke meet in the finals. WAITRESSES, Apply at Dia mond Cafe. PR 7-3420. 30-tf Wanted to Rent 5 ROOM unfurnished house. Phone 7-9974, 3 ' Gt " For Sol* Al/UMtNtJM screens, doors, storm windbws", weather • stripping) insulation, roofing, awnings, guttering, ornamental railing. Free estimates. Andy Andrew's, Phone 7-5867. . 9-t£ 3 SMALL tracts of land near tbwn suitable for chicken farms, 80 'acres timber land two miles put of Foreman, ' Ark. „ See Ralph Saunders or Phone 7-4,001. , WANT AD RATES" "In All Wahr Ads sre poydb e advance but ^ads' will be over the telephone and awpmoaa- tlon accounts allowed with ««"";>' derstandina the account \f pdydble when statement Is rendered. Number Of Words Up to 15 I fi to* 20 Zl io 25 , 26 to 30 31 to 35 36 to 40 41 to 45 46 to 50 'Si* OLDS four door. A-l' Condition. New tires, radio and heater. $495 VvMll arrange financing,' Call 7'2487. ' ' 2 ' tl NEW Tapan gas range, automatic washer, deep freeze. Farmall C tractor with plow, Disc and mower and all sorts ot tools. Boasting chickens and large fryers. -Selling all. Come and see or call George !F. Burkin. Just off of Shover Springs Road. Phone 74038. 5 - Gtc One Day » .45 .60. .75 .90 1.05' 1 20 1.351.50 Three Days .90 1,20 1.50 1.PO 2.10 2.40 2,?0 3.00 Six Days 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 '400 4.50 5.00 One Montr. 4.50 600 7,5fr-. 9.08'^ 10.50 , 12.00 13.50 15.00 LOW equity on modern two bedroom house. 403 East 14th St. Shown by appointment. Call 72145 8 ' 3tc Nationals Show No Signs of Tiredness 'The schedule of Solunar Periods, as printed below; has been taken from John Alden Knight's Solunar Tables." Plan your days so that you will be fishing in good territory or hunting 'in good cover during these times, if you w'sh to find the best'sport that each day has to offer. The Major Periods are shown In boldface type. "These begin at the -RV THE ASSOCIATED PRESS times shown" and last for an hour The Syracuse Nationals diS: and a half or two hours there slaving no signs of tiredness while afte r. The Minor Periods, shown in playing their fifth game in seven reg ular type, are of somewhat nights and the Cincinnati Royals shorter duration. joined to rewrite the National gSS to d rir^NS? MinoAi M^Major Basketball Assn. record book | Friday 2 -FR'AIME store" buildings. 30x100. See Roy Foster at Blcvins. 7-Otp CLASSIFIED DISPLAY " 1 time , f°c per inch 3 times «c per Inch 6 times 55c per inch Rates quoted above are for con secutive Insertions. Irregular or skip , date ads will take the one-day rate, - ,. All daily classified advertising copy^ , Will be accepted until 5 p.m. fort/, publication tho following day. The publisher reserves the,right to , revise or edit all advesttsemenrs of fered for publication and to reiecl any .objectionable advertising SUB- _ , ""'initials' of one or More letters, ', groups "of figure?, such as house w telephone numbers count, as one Wora. The Hope Star will not be resppn-' - slble for.errors in Want Ads unless , errors arp called to our attention after FIRST jns-rtlqn of ad apd then for ONLY trje 6NE Incorrect Insertion. PHONE: PROSPECT 7-3431G, DINING room suite — table, 6 chairs and buffet. In excellent condition. Call 7-2783 before 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m. 8 ' 3tc SEVERAL ideal building sites at •Rocky Mound. J. H. Pickard. Phono 7-2950. 8 ' ot P G'R'ASS hay. 40c a bale. Grady. 5:40 11:50 6:05 SNAPPY 1 — A-trifle over— posed, Italian news -' photogf%/ pher Chiara Samushco takes .her * picture and" gets" her~picture taken in ".Paris; *"•"?? ' ' ""Vi Thursday night. The Nationals whipped Ine Koy als 145-138 in three overtimes at Cincinnati for their fourth victory in five games. . The combined total of 283 points bettered by one the league mark I set' by Syracuse anrl St. Louis 1^ Doc. •' 21 1957.'in that same St. Lquis defeated thp Nats 146-130. The "146 points is lh° leasuc rcc- Saturday Sunday 6:35 12:20 7:30 1:15 6:.55 12:45 7:45 1:35 1100 S. 8-3tp Notice The Negro Community Esther Hicks Phone 7-4678 or 7-4474 WE Buy - We Sell - W« HEAL" ESTATE ft. D. FKANKLIN COMPAJTf A. P. Deloney, Manager Howard Collier, Salesman •T-W MOVING 7 Long Distance CaU Col lect 592. Free Estimate!, Low* Rates. Have Vani = Will Travel PBESCOTT Ul LI LUl wi *;;"** l *lp «-136 'was a circuit mark for a.'losing team until tho Royals tallied 138 Thought for the day Our'ideas, like orange plants. co - , ., ' Thi,,-c i spread out in proportion to the fin. the only other .game, Thins-[J^ ^ the box whlch , mprisong iroots —: MOON MIDGET— It weighs 9Rly, 2 J 4 J,U9ces, i fmt -this tiny pf s ma{i'^ e°WWS?t of'space, Connected'to a4"8-poun<J TV- type scanning system in a moon rocket, the device.is capable of putting out 50'watts to send a. plQ5e-.«p picttwe of the moon fcacl? to earth—spme 840,000 n}Ue§,/U.W8§ jcarried in the, first lunar prpfce, aitempV the "-*-—-PioneepJ, prohibit any rrjeipber fr9.m engag day night the lyiinneapolis Lakers cdeed the St, Louis Hawks 95-93 at Dallas. The Nationals- had to come from <beb.ind in the regulation game and in-the first two overtimes before outscormg the Royals 11-4 in tho third extra period. The Royals took n 119-115 lead with a minute of regulation time left. But free throws by Ed Conlin and field goal bv Johnny Korr -Iteti'lhe score at 119. In the first extra period the Nats hart to como from thrpe points bsr:k and in the second they were four down before rallying to tie. Kerr and Dqlph Selves paced Syracuse with 3,0 and 28 points respectively. But they were topped b,y Cincinnati's Jock Twymnn who had 41. Bob Pettit gave a terrific fourth period display of scoring en route to a 29-point performance but tho Lakers hung on for their victory over the' Western division leaders. Programs to Yfatch During Coming Week By'cHARUES MERCER MEW YORK (AP) — Here are some network programs I expect to watch in the coming week and "my reasons why, On Saturday Perry Como's guests on NBC include Rosemary Clooney, the Kingston Trio, Jai]P Wyman. In the past week three viewers have< told me they think Como is tired or growing lerent. Is he? , 'Also on Saturday over ... comes the premiere of pnqthft) Western. <'81ack_ Saddle," a serie about a one - time gunslinge 'Calendar of Events The Altar Guild -Cluib of BeBee Memorial' CME Church will meet in the home of dVfrs, Carrie 'McGhee Sunday, Jan, 11, at 4:30 p,m. All mem'bors are asked to bo present. STORAGE CO. PBESCOTT. ARKANSAS II- BARHAM Brothers House' Mov ers,' Insured and free estiniat Write Barham' Brothers Cal Arkansas. 21-1 Coming .and Going .Mrs, Marie Harris 'Roberson has returnee! to her home in Little Rock after having spent the hql\- days wit her mother and daughter Mrs. Gertrude Harris apd Thelma Pop. Mr, and Mrs. David Blunt hav» returned to their home in Shrove- port after having s.pont the holt days with her parents, Mr, anc '/Irs. Frank Jamerson and her aunt (Irs, Gertrude Harris, Obituapy Notice Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Morrison will be held at Using Star Baptist Church Satur- iav Jan, 10 at l'l a.m. . , Burial will he ip W. Morrmh Cemetery, Hicks Funeral Home rj charge, T, Oscar Lee Crinor, will not b ' responsible for debts made 'b anyone other than myself. 9-3 Wanted Hope Star 'Star of Hope 1899; Press-1927, Consolidated January 18, 192». >ubllshed everv weekday afternoon by, STAR PUBLISHING CO. / Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President Alex. H. Washburn,' Seey-Tres, A at The Star Building 212-14 South Walnut Street Hope, Arkansas Alex. H. Washburn, Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Donal Parker, Advertising Mgr. George W. Hosmer, Mech. Supt. Entered as, second e|ass matter at the Post Offjce at Hope, Arkansas, under'the Act of. tyarcb i, 1897. Member of thp Audit B.urcau of ' ' Circulations ' , Subscription kajes (payable |n , > 'advartc'j) t By carrier in Hope and neighboring towns, — Per week ...; •'• 5,'JS Per _yeor ,..,*.,. »*.?" By m°i! I" Hertipstead, Nevada; LaFayette/ Howard and Mi'ler 'Counties — , , '• 1 One month • ••;£• " i' ! S«i t-iThrec • ,moijth> """'j f -<"'ii'5ft "Six months' ', r •"•> i'«n ( One year ,•••' i •' "* X|l 'other 'moll — Oqc rnorifh , ;—t Three months Shi' .njontjii' tl .., .j.,—v One'year 1.30 3.98 7.80 15.60 Hope Star route open for boys 12 years and over, Apply at Hope Star Office. (LOOAC, aigen,t to sell the-famous "White Qross plan issued by Bank' ers Life and Casualty Co, Leads furnished. Write P,0, Bpx 55 r !0 o/r Phpno TE 6-9343, Caindgn, Ark. 1-mo-c 1602 Stprirk 505 exas Services Offered ing }n any pointed put tfia,| other business, A(Jvtse4 of business. He wa.s an 4epision to . go thrpygh with the b,QH.t Weldon rgfuged comment }*, is expected he w|« haye somet^jng tQ say after the figt)t, Jf the odds favoring Armstrong ^re right it may be tjj|»t Pijcon 'will be happy enough, tp go b^ck JQ the beat a.04 fprget fightjpg. Armstrong has a perfect 15-0 rpc- orjl. Nothing W9? 59W when Dixon hjo has been on the Me for afeP^t nine months Remains of fire Victims Buried BOSWEI* Okla. (AP^-A pH| of i,hea and two freshly turned gravesites were all that remained today of Oklahoma's worst rosi- LET us r'enpvuti yeur o\A tress. We specializ» }n prepturi- T,ed innersprtng. COBB MATTRESS 712' West 4th, Phone l- RALPH Montgomery M»r)i?t, torn slaughtering. We h»v* for your'deep freeze. Set u§ before buying, " " 17-tt A(fyortislri9 Arkansas Dailies, I Bldg. Mernphis 2, V, Bank B|dg., Dallas 1.; 1exqs;,36Q N Michigan Avp., Chlcarjp 1, |ll.; 60 '6 42nd St,, New -York (V, IN. Y-! 1763 Penobscot Bldg., Detroit ?.,.Mlch.; Terminal Dlc)g., Okle'ioma City 2, Okla Member of The Awoelatcd freii: The Associated Press js entitled exclusively fo, the use for republ cptlpn of all the local news printed In this newspaper, as well ns a|l £.P news dispatches. ROACH - HUGHES SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO, Sales and Service, 513 East 3rd, Jj. E, Boptb, Phone PR 7,-6695, turned lawyer. Presumably dents of Westerns will want §ee if they can find a ditfeie between this ojie and others. On' Sunday, CBS will shPW. a special hour-long series pf inter views, with p,ew U.S, senators — a |j r st - hand way of discoverm* what those men are jike. tater on, CBS there is the first in a nei V series. "Behind the News with -jpward K. Smith." de4gnp4 _ to gjyg one a dpeper insight into inr jrtant world eyents. Edward R, MUW r pj-Jd" presents the second, , . in an opiniated, animated three' way ponversation involving snuffed out 16 Uvcb eHC«y Thursday. Services wore held in'the afternoon for the gro victims, at the Qbevjin munity Ucmetpry I 1 mnps of this southeast Oklahoma weve bHVi e d ^ one °3 s ^ e ^ an< * seven IP the p^hpr, Boqkev Gardner husband of one ictim and lather of 10 more wa? 'the 80 persons attendjnfr GOOD bargains. Buy, s,ell, trade or refinish ypur furniture x , phqp, Paul Dudney, Arkansas, POWER Saw men for removal o| trees, stumps an4 etp. For free estimate call 7-4052, 30-1-mo-c jaby sit in your home m mine. Phone 7-4047, K" in. the £jp4en, in, two semifiajs. ' p.yer and . Thompson earned, him his firsf pjain eyent sfldj the jjiJODO ( TV guarantee that g'oe^ with it. -,l|e also gets a, §hpre- ,oi the gate bu/ that probably wo/J''t top $1000. is the father of two daughters, ,._ started boxing in 1953 but has had on}y gQ bout?, f His record is na Callps, copduct™ an4 B »TerVfi7w«eS8: ¥> "m their children wnpg from week? to J5 year§! three orphaned nieces and two nephews. ' rdner a. 45-year-ald laborer been ebon hunting with another nephew John Stewart 15 overnight." He di(j not learn abou the predawn tragedy until several hours Jater. for Rent vice, pall pay O F |fi|bt- furnisher^ house, 1311 Ave. B, Contact 0, A, Rt. 2, Emmet or Benn'P Graham at mi'/* W. Ave. 1- 7-3tP FURNISHED apartment. Middle brooks Grocery, Dial 7-3791. ?-3t • Fir* • M" 8 -* 101 E, Srd, Phone 7-45»1 , - • • Hope, Ar|<. Taylor & Jordan USED CARS ^ BOPY SHOP CARS — 216 3, Hazsl Phone Orv!!|e Taylor . Jphn Bill pine PMlpwooo by Truck Load cut In Wse d f »r 9^ervyl»e« HAROW HiNBRl* Phew.RR 7$m '. 16th * Ueylslanai Hep?i Ark, MATTHRiiS «r Mid. into inn«r» fW0ri( QMirintei*, on* Bsy lirvlet ft Monrw C«, 117 »>. ilm Pht. 3 RQOT4 furnished N, ^ouisiania St. P-3.t9 Victpr gorge. 4t 7:3.0 p.m. Sunday therp's a choice on all three nej* . On CPS Jfck Senny js joined by Barbara Stanwysfe hi r "4vi1.o}igbt." a. parody o| tha drama "f»asJight." the sarnt hour 013 . stjong bfiat him twicg in the '""'"" called "Gunshy," with snoo| fil Hrt.ef «w TJ .ajJ4, where .. . »w has a ,,^- 4Q«ar8 an , that is the of Is Shop, resembling the cast sjrwrke." S,a,m^ tjme fin prfmierf pf *'The Musjc giarrlng Byd4y Bergman," $ ^f 'f{ k jba^f-hovu- variety spri,es starring I'JJI fee w a_ t c b i g, f ty " The series will be pvesontpd every third "Monday. On NBC thf Bell Telephone Hour present? •*Advcntwis in Music," offering Harry pelafonte, Renala Maurice pvans, the ?Iew CH.Y ballet an4 the Bajrd On Tuesday, I'Jl t^ke a look ot Carry Moore's QBS show, wjien bis guests will i,ae}u,4e plie gurald, Carol Haney an/i Gritfith. Friday via NBC B r * BOPP P»T- lls apAthw o^ Ms how «how» Thjs one is made up of lilmeti hJjgl}Jjght,s of his recent tour rf United gtatps mi4i,tary basvs »' North .AMpa. an4 Europe. will jn,cludu fiina Sa Nice 5-room lots home on, H — close in — pity cpn. ? I1.70JJ down 31$ balance Jike rent, 3-bodroom home on ? apres located at the edge p| t»' — pecj-'ntly rpdecorate,4 — conveniences — gp» well fented.. your prop£,rty FARM Sam & Wilws P. o. B.OS 394 p Ai-kausas Herndon-Corneliu* FwntrQi HQIDI sn4 Ambwlonce St ryict two- Way Air Phone PR 7*1170 to * 5~nW"Wafla- LOCAi MOVING gnd HAULING A|*s PACKING & SRATINa • • t • t • Mami

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