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This is your chance to sound off —and TV Critic Bernie Harrison will do his best to answer ques tions. Please keep letters brief. Pen names will be used it desired. Notes: Addresses of networks: NBC, 30 Rockefeller plaza, New York 20; CBS, 485 Madison avenue, New York 22; ABC, 7 West Sixty - sixth street, New York 23. Thanks so much for a start on supplying us with neatly printed addresses for the various networks. . . . Fine! A salute to Inger Stevens. I’m always glad to see her; she’s tops. . . . Why do they bore us with repeats when I, for one, would so enjoy to see again some of those elaborate productions of Milton Berle’s? ... We don’t laugh too much any more. . . . Judy Garland was too long! Irving Berlin fair—Lawrence Welk always fine! . . . Mrs. R. M. Berle may be back next season with a new series. *♦ * ♦ Entirely agree with your readers about Richard Burton and some half-hour readings. ... I wish his tremendous talents were more readily available to the TV audience. . . . Does he ever tour with the Old Vic? . . . M. M. Burton did tour with the Old Vic but that was at least 10 years ago. This famous English company has produced some of the finest actors of our time. (And is still doing so.) e* ♦ * . . . Now about this “simple back drop" used for Judy Garland’s show ... it did show good taste. But let’s have the real reason. I’ve been on diets for years and when a woman as short as Judy wears black dresses and jackets with % sleeves plus the 34 The Sunday Star TV Magazine, Washington, D. C., March 18, 1962 She’d Rather See Repeats of Berle LETTER OF THE WEEK Glenn Won $13,000 Approximately three years ago I remember seeing Col. John Glenn on Name That Tune. At that time he was the partner of Eddie Hodges ... In discussing the subject several people have stated that I am wrong and that Col. Glenn did not appear on that program ... I would appre ciate any information you can give me regarding this matter. . . . Mrs. Ruth T. You’re right. Col. Glenn was also on I’ve Got a Secret. Garry Moore recently showed a clip from that show. (Glenn’s “secret” Involved an earlier achievement the coast to coast flight.) Glenn and Hodges (1957) won $26,000 on Name Hiat Tune and split it. black background, it’s all done for one reason ALONE—to hide those extra pounds! . . . L. F. Costuming, setting, lighting, etc., are ALWAYS designed to enhance a star’s appearance. REC. ROOMS SAVE Cenvince yourself by £ O ee «omyeri»f ear free estimate with ethers 8-2426 lie. ROOMS ARI OUR ONLY RUSINISS THIS MIANS SUMRIOR QUALITY AT LOWIR COST Cl I KI * 634 Colesville *4. J Via Silver Spring, Md.