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The Tar Heel. (Chapel Hill, N.C.) 1943-1946, July 17, 1951, Page 4, Image 4

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Friday, July 20, 1951 lie Four tlx The official student newspaper of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where It is published by the Summer School every Tuesday and and Thursday. Printing in done by Colonial Press. Inc., Chapel Hill, N. U dJtcrr Bob IIennesskk BusinesMZnZg'e7ZZZZZ... - .....Ouvm Watkins Managing Editor - - David Bucknkr Sports Editor Buddy Noothaht Society Editor - - Mary Nell Bcwdii Advertising Manager....... Mabii Commto Circulation Manager - NtlL Caw StaSBobSCunninEgh Kit Crittenden. , f f VS:;rv i THE TAR HEEL Hi U ' i HENS lb. 55c ARMOUR STAR Half or Whole LB. HAMS lb. 57c PET MILK Ige. 14c small 07c SPRY 31b. 99c lib. 35c DIAL SOAP ...... Ige. 19c . rcg. 15c Sweetheart Soap 1c SALE 4reg.sizc 32c 4 bath size 42c SUPER SUDS ...Ige. 31c AIR VICK . .. bottle 59c MRS. FILBERTS PT. Salad Dressing .... pt. 36c NO. 2 CAN APPLE SAUCE ........ 15c STRIETMANN 1 LB BOX CRACKERS 28c SUGAR .. ........ 10 lbs 1.00 CIGARETTES., ctn. 1.50 CERTO bottle 24c GERBER STRAINED BABY FOOD. .3 jars 29c GERBER CHOPPED BABY FOOD .. 1 jar 14c SWANSONS BONED CHICKEN . 6 oz can 59c SWANSONS BONED TURKEY ...6 oz. can 54c PUSS-N-BOOTS CAT FOOD 15 oz. can-14c 8 oz.-9c DIAMOND 80 CT. NAPKINS 2 for 25c LIPTON 2 Dka. FROSTEE 2pkg. 25c TOMATOES 15c CANTALOUPE Lge each 10-1 5c SHOW CHOP FROZEN CAN ORANGE JUICE 25c SWIFT PREMIUM FRANKS lb, BACON lb. COLES SAUSAGE lb. 59c 49c BOOKS on DRAMA INVITATION TO THE THEA TRE by O'Hara and Bro. A New edition of the famed handbook of the drama. $3.00 ) VENUS OBSERVED by Christopher Fry. The uni que Mr. Fry in a poetic and witty performance. ' $2.50 THIRTY FAMOUS ONE-ACT PLAYS A collection rang ing from Anatole France to Irwin Shaw, from J. M. Syne to Saroyan. Modern Library GiGant. $2.45 THE COMPLETTE GREEK DRAMA All the extant tra gedies of Aeschylus. Sophocles & Euripides and the comedies of Aristophanes & Menander. A Handsome two volume edi tion Boxed. $8.50 57c BOILED HAM lb. 1.19 35c THE LAST ACTOF-MANAG ERS by Hesketh Pearson. A gallery of portraits of such stage notables as Beebohm Tree and Granville-Barker by the biographer of G.B.S. Illustrated $3.00 SAINT JOAN by Shaw. A Paper backed copy. $ .25 SEE THEM AT The Intimate Bookshop 205 E. Franklin -Honor Roll - ronton, Ga.; Jerry D. Galenides, Norfolk, Va.; Charles Aryan Friedman, Baltimore, Md.; James R. O'Connor, New York, N. Y. ville, N. Y; James L. Rothermel, Lebanon, Penns.; Charles Ham mett Myers, Washington, D. C; Eugene Philip Rosenthal, Miami Beach, Fla.; Robert Livingston Selig, New York, N. Y. ' Bruce Marger, Coral Gables, Fla.; John Keck Boushall, Tampa, Fla.; Kenton Bowers, Creuser, Avondale Estates, Ga.; Louis Mar cus Wolfsheimer, Baltimore, Md.; Jack G. Handler, Sarasota, Fla.; Anthony John Houghton, New ark, N. J.; Martin Philip Levin son, Norfolk, Va.; Joel Moehl- mann, Richland, Penns. James Neil Watherly, George- ton; Albert F. Buie, Maxton; Ger- ' aid C. Parker, Silverdale; Zebu- Ion V. Smith, Jr., Concord; James L. Barden, Selma; Claude A. Barnhill, Stokes; William B. Smith, Belhaven; William B. Hill. Cliffside; Henry B. Row land, Jr., Zebulon, William F. Briley, Wilson. (Continued Next Week) 2 Professors Speak, 28th Two University professors will address the annual convention of the Carolinas Radio News Direc tors Association at Myrtle Beach, S. C, Saturday, July 28. Prof. Earl Wynn, director of the Communication Center, will lead a discussion on a proposal to sponsor a short course in radio news at the University next summer. PERCH FILLETS LARGE LB. GREEN SHRIMP 73c Dr. L. O. Kattsoff, chairman of the Philosophy Department here, will address the convention on "The Basic Differences in the Idealogies of the United States and the Soviet Union." PLANETARIUM THE MOREHEAD presents "THE HEAVENS TONIGHT" Evenings 8:30 Matinees: Sat. 3 P.M., Sun. 3 & 4 PJM. o Last Showing Monday, July 23 Starting July 24 "FROM POLE TO POLE f .niiiii'--itiiS 'Hi V"i V I Told with a blazing .44. , J, If a burning kiss... and i ; A. jr a stinging lash ! ... fJ - : n ! TYRONE susan HAYWARD HUGH MARLOWE DEAN JACGER EDGAR BUCHANAN Dirtcttd by Ptoductd by HENRY HATHAWAY SAMUEL 6. ENGEL urn in i Wfillm by Dudhy Nicholt , D ST FRIDAY SATURDAY

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