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PAMS-IrtJ Mt PAIL—7SS Kl PPt-WIP Pi “ PAPI-TM—lll.l Ml j PUT—IS)S Al PIPX-IPM b PASH-TM 57.1 Hi W**T-Tls-I«7J Mi PSCT-IIS b POOP-155* b wei-FM—55.7 Ml PMAA-TM—IS7J Mt I PTAX—IXN b PTSC-Ut* b WHILE YOU WAIT SERVICE fl — AH T n»« ALL WORK OCARANTEED UGBB Rspsirs—Sale*—laitallatioM )(j(WY WASHINGTON Drivin Rodio Sslourviot tm immaii •* mitiiiiiii* cm N. J. AVI AND D ST N.W. Lifetime Fk>r>4* Cyprira Ll. 4-7179 Ll. 4-1614 Owk—<ra4*r •ETHESDA-CHEVY CHASE ||| GENERAL INDUSTRIES INC Till (SWELL AVI. I BETH ISO AMD OL. 4-4 SOO I * mm * w«*Mb«»m • e rra. TlSm " m.h Lmttora I SERVICE TO RUILOERS ON THE AIR This Video "Boner 7 Was Shakespeare's By BERNIK HARRISON Viewer Aphra Behn saw the Studio One production of "Julius Caesar” Monday night and points out that Brutus (Philip Bour neuf) spent the evening before Philippi reading from what ap peared to be "a paper-backed book which he took from a recep tacle in his toga.” "After that,” Behn writes. "I was waiting for him to light up a cigarette. What can be done to avoid such anachronisms?” Well, Mr. 8., if cigarette smoking had been popular in ; gentle Will’s time, he would , probably have made a chain smoker out of Brutus. Shake speare’s plays are filled with anachronisms, some truly re markable historical and geog- i raphlcal errors. Studio One was merely follow ing script as. Indeed, It should. Check Act Pour, Scene Three, of Caesar, and you’ll find the lines that Indicate It was a book—not a parchment roll. Says Brutus to Varro and Claudius: "/ will not have it to: lie down, good sirs; * It may he l shall otherwise l bethink me. Look, Lucius, here’s the 1 book / sought tor so: 1 put it in the pocket o/ my gown.” i i A moment or two later, after 1 a tune and song by Lucius, Brutus speaks: “This is a sleepy tune ... I Let me tee, let me pee; is not the leaf turn’d down ' Where I left reading? Here J it it, l think." i I wonder, by the way, how i the ancients marked the place when they left off reading a ‘ parchment roll? ] I** * * As for the "paper-backed” book, Studio One swore to me on the phone yesterday that it was a hard-covered one. I was . watching the play, too, but In stead of concentrating on the scene, I waa reflecting on the miserable funeral oration de livered by Alfred Ryder as Marc Antony. Instead of seeking out Channel Chuckles 'this Tmmmiit, taring by tiliranM light?” faces in his audience to ad dress. Mr. Ryder appeared to be seeking out red lights on cam- ] eras. A highly Inflammatory performance it was, and I’m , afraid the book and the rest of the show was Just a blur. There’ll be bits from the Stratford, Conn., production of ; “Caesar” on Ed Sullivan’s show Sunday. Incidentally. Ed has a lineup of talent from here to Stratford in addition to the scenes from the plays being 1 performed there, so I doubt if we’ll get very mucb more than a scene from each. In between songs by Bill Haley’s Comets and Eartha Kitt. I tblnk. As Ophelia might have said after an hour’s viewing of TV:; "O, woe is me. to have seen | what I have teen, see what / > see!” *• * * The surprise in Tuesday’s chapter of the (64,000 Question, it seems to me. was that the little shoemaker should have i been the one to go on to the (32,000 question. I would have given odds that he would have taken the (16,000 and be off on the boat to Italy to see his father by now. The other opera expert was the one I expected to continue. Mac—as Hal March kept re ferring to him. although I prefer his given name, Bayard—decided to take the (6,000 and fly. He . was just as wordy bowing off as he has been answering the questions. His farewell speech, carefully polished and rehearsed, was "a roccoco gem. “I believe this is the propitious time,” he said, “to gracefully and grate fully withdraw.” We will miss him. What undeniably lures view ers to this particular program Is the prospect of examining contestants under formidable I TWINSULATION 1 IB T Alnmiaam Covered I BOCK wool The newest thing in | insulating material. | Gives you not one | but two heat-barriers. Turns back the heat from outside in Sum mer and keeps the heat inside in Winter. 8 batts to the pack age, 15" wide and 8 ft. long. rHE NETBOPOUTAM AREA r and Millwork Naadi See [limkiewicz, Inc. it. S.E. LI. 6-5500 | •M.—Saturday*. 7:10 H 1 PM. | I woo TTOiiFAUB Avi aaiass w pressure. Both of the opera ex perts Reacted uniformly; the sentimental shoemaker waxed even more sentimental; the sales man soared to new oratorical heights. If I were the shoemaker and determined to try for the (64,- 000, which is a bad gamble from a monetary standpoint, the ex pert I’d bring In to the booth with me would be Bayard. Louis Cowan, who created this show, is joining CBS Television as a producer on August 16, which is another way of hitting the jackpot. Cowan dreamed up "Karr Kyser’s College of Musical Knowledge,” “Quiz Kids,” "Stop the Music” and even won a Pea body award—for his NBC radio series, ‘‘Conversation.’’ ** * * Report from Disneyland Park: Promptly after the park closes and the last customer has cleared out, Walt Disney and his wife board the stemwheeler Mark Twain for .some private fun of their own. Walt, Harold Heffernan reports, takes over the navigating wheel and Mrs. Disney yanks at the screeching steam whistle cord until the hills around Anaheim rattle and roll. Observed one Disney associate: “Vou can’t kid me—be built that plaoe for himself.” TODAY'S TV HIGHLIGHTS 6:06, WTOP, (9) Robert Cummings Show: Bob Col- . Una finds that his rival pho tographer, "Alex,” outbids him on a potentially good account. 6:36, WTOP (9) Climax: Bob Crosby, reunited with seven of his original Bobcats, stars in “One Night Stand,” a story he co-authored. f:M. WRC (4)—Dragnet: Sent. ■ Joe Friday and Officer Prank Smith attempt to break up gang of holdupmen. v 9:66. WMAL (7)—Star Tonight: In “Edge of Light,” a home Is disrupted by psycopathic youth who Is withdrawn from school for rest and treatment. 9:36, WRC <4>—Ford Theater: "Slide, Darling, Slide,” story - of actress who becomes so obsessed with baseball that her career Is In jeopardy; Virginia Field, Allan Joslyn. 9:36, WMAL (7)—Billion Dollar Movie: In “Quest in the House,” a doctor brings a young girl to his home to re cover and she sknrjy poisons all their minds; Ralph Bel lamy. Anne Baxter. 9:36, WTOP (() Pour Star Playhouse: Charles Boyer plays a businessman who meets an attractive widow and finds out many things he never knew. 16:06, WRC (41—Video Theater: Promise of wealth emboldens henpecked husband to assume mastery of his household; Lloyd Corrigan. Betty Sin clair. 16:66, WTTG (() Wrestling: Prom New York. New “live” series of matches opens aith Antoine Leone ’rasstln’ Pat O’Connor. 16:30, WTOP (•>—Waterfront: Homing pigeons carry clues to the disappearance of a young man; Preston Poster. 11:16, WTOP (()—“Hellgate": . Innocent man suffers from cruelties of Hellgate Prison | warden; Sterling Hayden, j 11:30, WRC (4)—Steve Allen: Stan Gets and Pat Kirby visit. I WCHHERa LOW "MAIL OSDKB” 2*.SL»t dr# ID OS LTJXI MOUNTS W J « . ™-V ijSS ana aw a^fl Min Order SI 00 nW 444 1% D C. Tot f Stoll order now or phone J Mlee Darling for Tltin net ol other oeroiom BA. a-ww TIS Ea»*i4y at. N.W. Dm) S M rim A ■STf;. JBi’a .ffWlAfflEl m j Ipf p||p aBT ' \ j- * ■;•.<>. ' %jsK\ CAUGHT IN'THE VISE' - Bryan Forbes and Eunice Gayson discuss the twist of fate that has brought a problem Into their domestic tranquility in “The Bargain,” to be seen tomorrow at 9:30 p.m. over ABC-WMAL-TV (7). TODAY'S RADIO HIGHLIGHTS S:00, WWDC—Baseball: Wash ington vs. Detroit. S:9O, WRC—Dr. Slxgun: New time tor series based on career of gun-totin’ doctor Gray Matson. 1:00 WASH-FM, 10:60 WWDC —Official Detective: Dan Britt becomes involved with “The SERVING NEAMY VA -M0 A DC. $3.00 HOME SEIVICE CHARGE r&proif uwTßuujii MAVwn nmuiicu ' SERVICE MM IN II N.W TA. 9 9100 ■wrerk-up SummerV W 1-mi nut® M Mwaffle^W ’Kdoofc 4FU4L. Presents VIRGINIA . ALLYN FICLI JOSLYN Starring in SUDE, DARLING, SLIDE ■ A fast-paced story of the hi larious sad short-lived romance between the star of a Broadway play and a star pitcher of a New York baaebail team. Calm even tually replaces chaos. WRC-TV 9:30 CHANNEL 4 r~**— ZD fl Hfl ■ H |B H V HHB .t; HHb Corpse That Walked Away.” 8:30, WRC—American Adven ture: "Hearthflre,” story of Tennessee family forced to leave their old homestead when the TVA constructs Norris Dam. 8:30, WTOP—Disk Derby: Hol lywood’s Julie Adams dis cusses West Coast news. 110:30, WMAL Red Skelton: Willie Lumplump gets high on a flight to Europe. ~ FOR THE BEST SUMMER TV \ DIAL 7 BH 6:00 P.M. TOWN AND COUNTRY TIME: ■ . HI The tops in country and western music '"ellSfei'-- (eaturino Jimmy Deon and the Texas 6:45 PM JIM gibbons show, sports features and popular music from Jeanne Dowling and the Ted Alexander Trio. WgßFjfh, W'■ flr 'T 7:30 PM - THE LONE DANGER; Tonto is Pfl' emer who discovered a gold mine. 9:00 P.M. STAR TONIGHT: A psychopathic youth disrupts a family in the droma “Edge of news, sports. Keep up to the minute with Bryson Rash, 9:30 P.M. GUEST IN THE HOUSE: Anne Bill Malone and Jackson Weaver. Baxter and Ralph Bellamy head the cast in this thrilling Billion Dollar Movie. , CHARNEL 7 FOR THE BEST SUMMER TV WMAL-lekmtion *+;„ I ,a|PRICES LIKE THESE CAN’T BEAT... ANYWHERE! AHTENNA ROTOR 4 yoojtsitf ir antenna IP JSStfSi 55?99 TV TUBE “BRiaHTEMER” A .tortlin* naw A) Kit Includes snop Iflrl n o to«l$ or told®r- a. u * L Hi Rifl Anttiino ing n#®d®d for in- Genuine Plastic Bose 50'— TwinleGd £ & recording tape w 2sr2sch v .:: 1200 Ft. Reel j^HIIiSSU TTT plus, o* dir.ctod #|A tRItnGI *• - , on tho instruction,. w Jo I * w w irß "> 1.59 “ Gohilattd^i Open Moo -Rot. • to « • Thun. Ouao Ul • TM. FREE DELIVERY IN METROPOLITAN AREA 67 v THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. ’ THURItDaY. AUGUIT «. (551 Famed Alps Guide Falls to His Death ■ SONDRIO, Italy, Aug. 4 UP). — Silvio Pedrotti, famous Alpine guide who once went on a North Polar rescue expedition, fell to his death yeaterday while climb ing In the Bernina Peak range. His was the ninth Italian climbing death In three days and the 18th of the season. Mr. Pedrottt’s body was found on the bottom of a deep crevice on the Soerscen glacier. Mr. Pedrotti, 46. was in the Italian rescue party that tried to reach the wreck of the dirigi ble Italia commanded by Qen. Umberto Nobile on an Arctic flight. The blintp crashed May 25, 1928, with a loss of seven lives. TONIOHT ON TV LIVI WHOM HOLLVWOOP "one night STAMn"*—^ LB I AD|Rm I m graotart Dixieland bond* ■■ °* Bray "turacoßy trace an importairt period b mdhkßOiaiS JOHN wmsythi Ism J\ BOR SWEENEY JW(r I IJfv ao#,s leacnman \V I DONALD BUKA ; ““CLIMAX!” i 8:30 to 9:30 Chonn«l 9 ■WMHHMHHHBHMfIHUHHUMHMHHEHHBaUHERHEMMHEHBMHMnMi 1 PRINNTIO MV CHRYSLER CORPORATION HYMOUTM e DOOOB • DBSOTO • CHRYSUR • MAMMAL 1 wmmmmmm—mmam—mmmmm—m A-33 Mother Posts Bail To Free Matusow NEW YORK, Aug. 4 UP).— Harvey Matusow, who retracted anti-Communist testimony ha gave as a former Communist, 1 has been freed on (3,000 bail posted by his mother pending trial for perjury. 1 Matusow was jailed last week. 1 His mother, Mrs. Sylvia Matusow ' of the Bronx, put up Govern | ment Bonds to cover the bail 1 yesterday. The turnabout witness is 1 charged here with perjury in ' connection with testimony he . gave at the 1952 trial of 13 : second-string Communist lead ’ ers. He later recanted part of : this testimony. No trial date has yet been set.