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PAGE 26 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 31, · T.¥, REPAIRED t in Your Horn* ( $3.50 J ' Service Charge ! P I T AQ i ft Antenna ! tA I-OU E £ TV Service £ "Letter* to the Editor" keep ( you iu touch with Tucson. Look for them on the Chi- fcw fen's editorial page. Want Ad Takers Are Or) Duty Daily _ 8 xi.tiV to 5 p.m. , Sa«. '5un.--8 a.m. lo 3 p^n. Ph. MA. 2-5855 College Quartet To Sing Here The Envoys Male Quartet of Azusa Coliept", Azusa, Calif., will be presented in a program of hymns, gospel songs and spirituals at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Ihe Keeling School, 435 E. Glenn St. The program is sponsored by I the Noel Evangelical Methodist Church and is open to the public without charge. Tucson Girls Eijler Works In Art Show Two Tucson girls Wending Scripps College in Claremont, Calif., have entered their work in !he current a n n u a l college art exhibit. The two senior students are Susan Steffi, daughter of Brip. Gen. and Mrs. Frederick R. Stofft, 2i55 E. Hampton St.; and Betsy Edmonston. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Edmorj- ston II, Rle. 7. IN DANZIG'S VIEW SPECIAL PURCHASE SWING SET (Heavy Sfeel Tubing) 200 Fee) of Line Sfeel f. Construction Folding Chaise LOUNGE $ g.95 Folding Webbed ELECTRIC HEDGE SHEARS 18.95 5-Pc. DOUGLAS DINETTE CHAIR *4.85 KTAN KEVT KCEE KTKT KCUB KMOP NBC-580 690 790 £90 1290 1330 KTUC Mutu«IABC-1400 KOLD CBS-1450 KAIR 1490 TUEg. NIGHT 1 5:00 p.m. KTAN' Newr-SpU-LiBdbwra KEVT New»-Sport« KCEE New* ISm-Jililc Carp* - KTKT Ktyti-rnn* Kalll KCUB Danny Dsr Chow JCMOP Nuv-Bob Jctuuan JCTOC So. Ariz. K«t«-Hollin E , KOLD News-- Mualo-^New* KAIR Johnny H.vde Show HSO p.m. JCTAN B««t«f.I5111 Bowler KEVT Claudlo Jlmener KCEE Magic Carpet KTKT Frank JUiil KCUB Danny Dty Show ; KMOP News-Jduison KTUC News-O. AJid«»BJi KOLD Music-- News KADI Johnny Hyrfe Show 6:00 pjtn. KTAJT Gosjwl ASons-Llieline KEVT Olaudio Jimenez KCEE »eu'S-M«elc Carpet JETK.T N«ws-AJan Jay Show KCGB D«nny Day Show KMOP N'wj-Johnson-SIjnOff ( XTUC 8pts-Wta-New» KOLD Ferlln Spts--Baseball JCAJB Johnny Hyde Show 6:30 p.m. ·TAN Back to the Bible KEVT slsn.OH-I-15 . KCEE Magic Carpet " KTKT Alan Jay Show KCUB Danny Day Show KTUC Ftnney-Muslc-BaU JCOLD Harmon-- Ornelas KAIR Johnny Hyde Show 7rf)0 p.m. KTAN JxCTEE KEVT JCTKT JCCUB KOLD KAIR KAIR KTKT KCEE KCUB KTUC KOLD KAIR News-- Magic Carpet Sign Off ' News-Alan Jay Danny Day Show Dinner MelocUts Manny Ornelas Glenn Adams Shew 7:30 p.m. Johnny Hy Alan Jay Show S!*nOfl Ron Irvin, furor L. Thomas-- B»sebal! Glenn Adaros Show 8:00 p.m. News-Image America News-Alan Jay Show Ban irvln Show Party Line Giants vs . Cubs Glenn Adams Show 8:30 PJU- Imase America AJan Jay Show Ron Irvln Show News -Frankly Record* Giants vs. Cubs Glenn Adams Show 9:00 p.m. KTAN News-Bob Wagner KTKT News-Alan Jay Ron Irvtn Show Frankly Records KTAN KTKT KCUB KTDC KOLD KAUt KTAN KTKT JCCI'B KTUC SOLD XAIB KCUB KTUC KOLD GiantK vs. Cub» KAtH Car,' Palant Show !):.TO p.in KTAN BudwrlacrBesl Seller* KTKT A l a n Jav Show KCUB non Irvln Show KTUC Nrv.'--rnnMv Rtcordj KOLD G i a n t s v». Cuh.i KAIH C n i y Palnnl Show in:nn p.ni KTAK Lonl N'ws-Bt»l Sellcr» KTKT Al»n J»y Show KCTTB Ron Irvln Show KTTTC Nrws-Franl* lv KOLD Glnr is v» C'uh* KAIH C!»iy PalantShow in:30 p.in K T A N B-jd» B*«l Seller* KTKT A l i m J n y E h o w KCUB Hon Irvln Show KTUC Frankly necorrta KOLD CHuntF vs. Cubs KAIR Qnry Pfllnnt Show tl:nn p.m. KTAK Looil Nws-B«t Sellerf KTKT A l a n Jay Show KCUB Don Irvln Show KTUC Silver Nocturne KOLD Richfield neporlrr KAIR Gary Pliant Show 11-.10 n.tn. KTAN Ninhlbeat KTXT A l a n Jay Show KCUB SlrfrU.v Colleclnl* KT1JC Sllvrr N'orlurra KOLD ens Variety KAIH G n r y Palant Show \2-.nn .nMnfcrht KTAN SlBTl Off KTKT Ncws-D.ive Nelson KCUB Strictly Collegiate KTUC FlPld.l Follies KOLD Sign O f f KAIR Gary Palnnl Show 12:30 a.m. KTKT Dave Nelion Show KCUB Strictly Collegiate KTUC F/elds Follies HA1H Starltmo 1:00 a.m. KTKT Dave Nelson Show KCUB Sign Off KTUC Flelfls Follte« KAIK SUrllme 1:30 a.rn. 5CTXT Dave Kelson til « KTUC Follies (All Night) KAIK Startima WEDS. MORNING 4:00 a.m. KTAN La Hora Mexican* KTKT News-Dave-Nelson KTUC Fields Follies KAIE Dud Kllburn 4:30 a.m. KTAN La Hora Mexican* KTKT Dave-Nelson KTUC Fields Follies KAIR Total Living News 5:00 a.m. KTAN La Hora Mexicana KTKT News-Dave-Nelson KMOP Sign On-Nws-Johnson KTUC Fields Follies KAIR Duti Kllburn 5:30 a.m. KTAN La Hora Mexicana KEVT Sign On KTKT Dave-Nelson KMOP News-Johnson KTUC Fields Follies-Chapel KOLD Manny Ornelas KAIR Total Livlns News RADIO DIAL Stations are responsible for all program listings. KFMM (99.5 me.) Classical Music, Light Opera, Light Selections Broadcasting 24 Hrs. a Jay. 0:00 a.m. KTAN K K V T KTKT K C U H Lfl l l o t / i Mcxlpflna \sirci\za Pjilnii* Nws-Chria M u t r v Chuck Ixe Show KMOP N'ews-.Tohns'on KTUC News-Sundial Manny OrnrMiJ Mai c Avery Show KOLD KAIR C:30 a.m. KTAN n«ncl»rc Cal-Llndberi KEVT Lortnio Palma KCEE Sign on-- flrlle. Mtd. KTKT Newx-ChrU Murry KCUB Chuck Lee Show KMOP News-Johnson KTO'O News-CI««sl'd-SundlaJ KOLD Wake up to music KAIR Mflic Avery Show 7:00 n.m. KTAN News-Wall.v Llndbeig KEVT Lorenzo Palma KCEE News-Hi Fl Wav KTKT Nws-Chris M u r w KCUB CliucX Lee Show KA'OP Ncws-.lohnson KTl'C Nows-Hlu, Encorej KOLD \l'orlri.'eiv» Koundup KAIR Marc Avery Shoiv 7:30 a.m. News-Spoi-Ui Llndberj- Pnlma-Hubbard" XV'eatlier-Hf Fl Way Chris Murry Show Chuck Lee Show News-Johtuon " Hits and Enrorej Music-Local Newfl Marc Avery Show KTAN KF.VT KCEE KTKT KCUB KMOP KTUC KOLD, KAIR KTAN KEVT KCEE KTKT KCUB KMOP KTUC KOLD KAIR 8:00 n.m. New.K-Tony Perry Lorenzo Palma Ntws-ISM-MMilc ' Nws-Chrls Murry Chuck Lee Show News-McKeehen Hemnswy-U. Ltttl* CBS News-Music Mflrc Avei'y Show 8:30 a.m. KTAN News-Tony Prrry KTKT Nws-Murry Show KCEE HI Fi Way-- A'dv. in sou KEVT Lorenzo Palma ··'··'' KCUB Chuclt Lee Show KMOP News-McKeehah KTUC Lte Llltle Frank Goss-Musio Mark Avery Show 0:00 a.m., . . . News-Eniphasis-Perry Chris Murry Show Delln-Claurtlo Stock Mkt. Rprt.-Mucte Chuck Lee Show Ncws-McKeehan L«e Little News-Music Marc Avery Show 9:30 a.m. -----News-Tony Pe- y Claudio Jimcnei Showcase Chris Murry Show Chuck Lee Show KMOP News-McKtehan KTUC Ft./Lzw-News-Harvey KOLD KAIR KTAN KTKT KEVT KCEE KCUB KMOt KTUC KOLD KAIR KTAN KEVT KCEE KTKT KCUB KOLD Say II With Music KAITl Marc Avery Show tO:00 a.m. K T A N New?-Bjuphfi5i*-Prrry KEVT Henry Vlllccns KCCE KasclnnllllK Slory-Mllll KTKT News-Chris Murry KCUH Chuck Lee Show KMOP Neu'S-McKectlnn KTUC News-Tom M»nl« KOLD Hnpnlness-Znrf Mr». B KAIH Mine Avery Show 10:30 n.m. KTAN N-.ws-nob Waftner KEVT Henry Vlllegai KCEE Showcase KTKT Newu-Tom Hrfiiem«n KCUn Chuck Lee Show KMOP Ncws-McKeehan KTUC News-Tom Mapln KOLD Dr. Matonc-Ma Pf rklllJ KAIR Marc Avery Show 11:00 a.m. KTAN FJoli W a g n e r Show K E V T Clandlo Jimenez KCEE Womnn'n News-Showc» KTKT News-Tom Breneman KCUB BUI Hudrf Show KMOP NewErMcKethnn KTUC News-Tom M n p l r s KOLD wap. Sls-Cpl. Nxt Door KArR G l e n n Adsms Show 11:30 o.m. KTAN Boh Wagner Show KEVT Claudio Jimenen KCEE Showcase [CTKT Tom Breneman CUB Carlton Fredericks KMOP Ncws-McKeehan KTUC Heatter-Mapies KOLD Helen Trent-Buttram KAIR Glenn Adams Show WEDS. AFTERNOON 12:00 noon KTAN News. F.mphasis Wdime KEVT Ncws-Palmn KCEE ISM News-Music KTKT News-Tom Breneman KCUB Bill Rudd Show KMOP Nws-Bob Wolfa KTUC AlEa.'C KOLD News-Music KAIR Glenn Adams Show . 12:30 p.m. KTAN News-Bob Waaner KEVT Lorenzo Flam* KCEE Music KTKT Tom Brenemsn Show KCUB BUI nuda Show KMOP News-Bob \VoIf« KTUC Tivoiil Time KOLD Garry Moore-Crosby KAIR G l e n n Adams Show 1:00 p.m. K T A N NcWi-Emr-'vasis-Perry KEVT Henry VillcRas KCEE Ntws-Mclndy In Hi Fl KTKT Nwa-Tom Breneman K C U B Bill Rxidd Show KMOP Nws-Bob Wolf* KTUC Trvout Time KOLD News--Baseball MAIR Olenn Adams Show 1:30 p.m. KTAN Tony Perry Show KCEE KEVT KTKT KCUB KMOP KTUC KOLD K A i n K T A N KEVT KCEE K T K T K C U H K M O P KTUC KOLD KA!R K T A N KEVT K.CEK KTKT KCUB KMOP KTUC KOLD KAIR KTAN KEVT KTUC KTKT KCUB KMOP KTUC KOLD KAIK KTAN KEVT KCEE KTKT KCUB K M O P KTUC KOLD KAIR KTAN KEVT KCEE KTKT KCUB KMOP KTUC KOJ D K A f R KTAN KEVT KCEE KTKT KCUB KMOP KTt'C K O L D KAIR K T A N K E V T KCEE KTKT K C U B KMOP KTUC KOLD KAIR KTAN KEVT KCEIS KTKT KCUB KMOP KTUC KOLD KAIR Mtlody in Hl-T! Henry VtUtgif Tom Brencnliin Show Bill fludd Show Ncwe-Dob Wolfe Npws--Ti-.voul T(rn» G i . i n f j v.v Cubs Glenn Adams Show 2:00 p.m. Ne wa-Eniphas la -Perry Lorenzo Pnlirm K n t r M n l m n r n l -- N e w * Jv\v5-Tom Drciicman Bill nudd Show Newj-Bol Wol/«- Nrw--To'out Tlmrr G i n n l j vs. Culif J o h n n y Hyde £ h n w -::!» p.m Tcny Perry Show Lorenzo Palmji Mclorty Tn Hi Fl Tom Breneman Bill nudd Show News-Boll Wolfo Tryout Tlmr Ol.inr.ivs, Cubs Johnny Hyd* Show 3:00 p.m. TxVws-EmphR.slj-LlndtH ClfludJo .Jimenez Tf.voilt Tlmr News-Frank Kalll Dann v Day Show Ne«'«-tVolfe Wrap Up-Tryout Tim« Glmils vs. Cubs Johnny Hyde Show 3:30 p.m. Wally Lindbergh Show Henry Vlllejjas Mflslc Carpel. Frank Kalil Show Panny Day Show Ncws-WnHe Nws-Tryoul Tlinn G i n n t i vr.. Cubs Johnny Hyde Show 4:00 p.m. Newj-Emphasis-Llndbi Claudio,Jimenez News-Magic Carpet News-Frank Kaltl Dsmiy D=y Show News-Woiro Tryouls-New* A r t h u r Godfrey Johnny Hyde Show 4:30 p.in. News-Wally !.indbertf Henry VilleRat JMaffir Carpet .Frank Kalil Danny Dav Show News-Wolfe J-Star FJnal-.T. TrarOt A r t h u r Godfrey Johnny Hyde Show 5:00 p.m. Ne\vs-Spt3-Lindberjf Ne\\'5-Spori.^ News 15m-Ma£jc Carpe News-Frank Kalll Danny Day Show Nws-Bob Johnson So. Ariz. Kevs-RolUn I News--Music--Newa Johnny Hyde Show \ 5-.;0 p.m. Bealty-BIII Bowler Claurtio J ' - n r n f j Masic Car :et Frank Km:l Danny Day Show Ne\\'s-Johnson News-O. Anderson Music--News Johnny Hyde Show KVOA-NBC channcj 4 KUATUolA chaaueJ 6 : KGUN-ABC channel 9 gGLD-CBS chaHnd 13 TUBS, NIGHT 5:00 p.m. 4 Won«n'« Kpt-Tescaco Nwi 9 Marshal Kay Gunn JJ P«t-o-rama-Dg. Edw(. 5:30 p.m. 4 Wea-Spts-Ncws D Rocky His Friends IS 26M*n p.m. 4 Quick Dr»w McOraw 9 Seven l«»£ue Boots IS New*- Wea.- Sport* 6:30 p.m, '·4 Ford Starttaae (c) · a Test Pattens 9 Bronco 13 Doble Gilli* 7:00 p.tn. 4 Ford SUrtlme fc) fl Danny Dee 9 Bronco 13 Tightrope 7:30 p.m. 4 Arthur Murray Party (e) « Music AsA Language · e Indian? of E. W. 13 Red Skclton 8:00 p.m. 4 M Squad ' 8 Brit fin? Session '» Rifleman 13 Garry Moor* 8:30 p.m. 4 Johnny Midnight 6 The Blue Angela 9 Sea-Hunt 13 Garry Moora 9:00 p.m. 4 l^aramlc « News--SiRn Off 9 Alcoa Presents 13 Rescue 8 9:30 p m. 4 Lararnle 9 All Star Theatr* 13 Kate Smill. Show 10:00 p.m. 4 New»-\Vea-Jacii Pair 9 Panorama--Early Show 13 U. S. Marshal 10:30 p.m. 4 Jack Paar Show 5 Early Show 13 News-Encore Theatre 11:00 p.m. 4 Bis Movie 9 Early Show 13 Encor» Theatre 11:30 P.M. 4 Big Movie 9 Early Show-Newi 13 Encore Theater 12:00 midnight 4 Big Movie-New» WEDS. M O R N I N G 6:30 a.mi on 6:45 TUCSON TV NOTICE: Information in this Dial Is provided by the TV stations. The Citizen assumes no responsibility for errors caused by last-minute changes. *NFBS--Not Furnished by Station 7:00 a.m. 4 Today 13 Test Tunes-Cant Kangaroo 7:30 a.m. 4 Today 13 Captain Kansaroo 8:00 a.m. 4 Douih Re Ml 13 Red Rowe 8:30 a.m. 4 Play Your Hunch 13 On the Go 9:00 a.m. 4 Price Is Right Cc) 13 t Lova Lucy 9:30 a.rn 4 Concentration 9 SisnOn 13 December Bride 10:00 a.m. 4 Truth or C o n j e q u e n c f t i 9 Satellite Police 13 Love 01 Life 10:30 a.m. 4 It Could Be You(c) 8 Romper Room 13 Ncws-Matorlng Tip! ll'.OO a.m. 4 Morning Movie 9 Restless Gun 13 Hhvay Patrol 11:30 a.m. 4 MornlnK Movie 9 Lovo That Sob 13 As The World Turns WEDS. AFTERNOON 12:00 noon 4 Queen for n Day 9 About Faces 13 Belter or Wors« 12-30 p.m. 4 Loretta Young Theatre 9 Burns Allen 13 Houie Party 1:00 p.m. 4 Younir Dr. Malon* Day In Court 13 Th« Millionaire t:30 p.m. 4 From These Root* 9 Gale Storm Show 13 Verdict !s Your* 2:00 p.rrl. 4 Comedy Playhouse 9 Seat the ClocK 13 Brlter Day-Sec. Storm 2:30 p.m. 4 Yineey Dcrrlnser 5 Who Do You Trust 13 Edge ol Nlghl S:00 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour 9 American Bandstand 13 Vlslllns with Virjrinla 3:30 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour 9 American Bandstand 13 Visitinc With Vlrcinl. 4:00 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour B American Bandstand 13 News-Mayor Karl 4:30 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour 9 Marshall Kay Gunn 13 Mayor Karl 5:00 p.m. 4 Woman s Hpt-Texaco Nw» 9 Marshal Kay Gunn 13 Mayor Karl-Dous Edwards 5:30 p.m. 4 Wathcr-Sporls-Newt 9 My Friend Fllcltm 13 Desert Trails OTHER ARIZONA TELEVISION ; KTVK Phoenfc ABCCh. 3 TUESDAY 7:00 Bronco 6:00 Marquee 1:30 Wyati t:» Hodcy i His Frlen 8*0 Rf£l«m»n 6:09 ff*w»-Wea..Guwni 3:30 Colt .45 6:30 Bronco 9:00 Alcoa Present* 0:30 All Slar Theatre WEDNESDAY 10:30 Theatre alt. Dar 10.30 All Star Theater 1,:00 TM»TM AK - D "*S? ££'?! 11:30 Theatre AfL Dark {3:M About FaceJ 12:00 New» . 12:30 Ray Mllland 1:00 Day tn Court 3:30 Am«r. Banctatnd 1;30 Gal* Storm Show 4:0(1 Amer. Bandrtand ::0i Beat the Clock 4:50 Marquee 2:30 Who Do U Trust? S:M Marquee 3:00 Amer Bandstand S:30 My Friend nicks DfK Phoenix a. s TUESDAY S:00 Four Just Men 9:30 Death VaOJey Day; 9:30 Western Theatr* 6:00 Woody Woodpecke 1:30 Directors Playhou.-10-.OO Nws-Wea.-Spts. 10:00 Western Theater 5:30 Life of Rlley a-no Man C*Ued X 10:30 Movletlme 10:30 Movietime «:00 News-W«a-Spt« -ituea A n : oo Movietime 11:00 Movletlma 6:0 People'* Cbolc* :00 SherlU OJ Cochlse WEDNESDAY 11:30 Movietime 9:30 Cartonnland 12-00 Movietime 12:30 ASU-Famlly Hel. 1:00 ASU-Bus iA-H 1:30 News-Movte 2:00 Movietima 2:30 Movlellm* 3:00 Movietime 3:.iO My Little Marzl* 4-M It's Wallace 4:30 It's Wallace .vro Jeff's Collie S:?0 Lltecl Riley tu. KOOL CBSCb.lt B;00 Movie-Edward* 5:30 Topper 8:00 News-Wea.-SptB. B;3Q Doble Glllts 7:00 Tightrope 730 Red Skelton 8:00 Gary Moore 8:30 Garv Moore 9:00 Sea Hunt 8:30 Dennu D'Keefi 10:00 NwsnVea/Spts. 10:30 Million t Movte 6:30 Frm-Bnch-Sp»n. T:00 Spanish 'Capt. K 7:30 Capt Kantaroo 8:30 on The Go 9:00 I Love Lucy 9:30 December Brld« 10:00 Love of Life 10:30 Search-Guld. Lt. 11:09 News-Beulali i:00 Red Rowt Show 11:30 As SVorW Turn* 12:00 Better or WorM 13:30 House Party 1:00 The Millionaire ):30 Verdict Is Voun 2:00 Brller Day-Slorm 2:30 Edge Of Nijht 3:00 Susie 3.30 Early Movie 4:00 Early Movie 4:30 Early Movie 5:00 Movie-Edward! 6:30 Topper ,«VAR Phoeete L 12 TUESDAY 6:00 PhU-Wfta.-Newi 5:30 Lwramla 6:00 L*r*mle 8:30 Ford Stutlroete) 7:00 Ford SUrtlme (c) 7:30 A. Murray Pty (c) WSDNKSDAV 8:00 M-Sqund B:30 Panic 9:00 Medic 9:30 Silent Suvlos 10:00 W«a.-J»ck Paar 11:00 Academy Theater «;00 Cent. Clajsr'm 6:30 Cent Classr'rn 7:00 Todaj 7:30 Today 3:00 Dough K* Ml J:30 Play Your Hunch 8:00 Price Is Right (e) 12:00 Queen £or * Da: 3.00 Movietime 9:30 f:oncentr»Uon · 12:30 Loretta Young 3:30 Movieltms 10:00 Trulh'OrConseq. 1:00 Youne Dr. Kile::- 4'00 Moviellme 10:30 H Could Be You (c 1:30 From These Roots :30 Easy Doe It 11:00 Romper Room S:00 Comedy Thtr. j-oo Wealher-Newi 11:30--Homper Room S:30 Adventure Tim* »:30 William TeJJ Garroway's N. Y. Tour Is 'Chaotic' Success By FRED DANZIO NEW YORK--UPI--Dave Garroway, who has carted ! his "Today" show off to "Europe in search of new pic- | torial delighls, came up with one of his more magnetic, chaotic and m o n u m e n t a l programs yesterday without leaving New York. } The two-hour eye-opener took j point, he kissed off a skyscraper NBC-TV cameras and viewers on 3Sr « one o f those new buildings." There were also some feeble stunts: A gal water-skiing around the sightseeing boat, skimming the slimy waters of the Harlem River; the use of fireboats (when the water display didn't start on cue, Garroway became discouraged and said, "you've seen fireboats before. J u s t a lot of water comes TOPS ON TV TONIGHT 25 To Get Doctorates From UA ,, boat ride around magnetic, chaotic and monumental Manhattan Island. While the videolapcd sightseeing cruise produced a number of breathtaking scenes, it also yielded to inappropriate "show hi/." silliness, stumbled on some technical problems flid oozed forth some shallow descriptive palter. Highlights included some caress crty, the new Battery skyline (now m a r r e d by the domination of a functional 60-story skyscraper), the Brooklyn Bridge, the Navy Yard, the soft, Victorian lines of Ellis Island, which were downright b e a u t i f u l scenes, frequently backed by awesome cloud formations. These must rank among the best examples of from- the-hip TV camera shots ever seen on the tube. Where, then, did the chaos come in? Garroway's script lound him a few thousand words shy. His ad libs were frequently lame. Often, he didn't know what the buildings were or what to say. At ona Palmistry Readings Help s o l v e and overcome p r o b - lems. Readings ass u r e satisfaction. Bring ad for reduction. 4510 S. 6(h Ave. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. YOU CAN WRITE A PRIZE-WINNING TV COMMERCIAL Win one of 1200 prizes -- a ti'ip to Hawaii, for two, a new car, a boat. It's f u n to try-and there's nothing to buy. It's easy, too. We give you the pictures -you fill in the words. For free entry blank See any Texaco Dealer oul.") M l C J M l p J K S i n t - i u u e t l SI/MIL; i-ai t^.-s- inc closcups of the slatuc of l i b - But the most u n f o r t u n a t e gim- ~ . _ i » · - ^--: ,, I, n r. ^».« * i iVi n n i . ·* «· r r\^ K r» if \ 11: nr\ MING m If v° u ean ^ e a r ' 1U * ^ on * ""Portland, Sonaione would lik* to help you. Whether you wear a hearing aid or not, let ui give you a fret audlomsfric hearing analysii. LEARN ABOU1 OUR NEW HEARING AIDS · 6-Transistor Models · "3 Magic Step" Models · Eyeglass Models · AII-at-the-Ear Modetc · Easy Listening with AVC Our naw models a;e Jhe fmol(e»t, lighleit, molt convenient hearing oid» possible through jeianfifie research. Let UK help you relax and enjoy good hearing again. SONOTONE OF TUCSON H. F. Shcplcr, M«r. MA 2-6031 47 E. Jackson St. mick came when Garroway used a shot of the Wall street area to launch a commercial for underwear. By way of a lead-in, he said all the men who work there wear underwear. Then came the commercial. Clever? The script, however, waxed eloquent not only about Wew York's place as a tourist trap, but about its shortcomings, too. Garroway noted it was a miracle the city hadn't destroyed itself through panic, pollution, plague, hunger or t r a f f i c jams, which probably reflects the wonderment of its beholders. Garroway also displayed a macabre sense of humor during this festive occasion. As he rode under the George Washington Bridge--quite a TV shot, by the way--Dave said, "I hope it won't choose this moment to fall down." I thought that was the line we use only when riding over it. Despite s o m e unprofessional touches and a tendency to linger on some scenes at the expense of others, it was a visually rewarding program and a worthy project. I move that "Today" hit the road. Let's see the U.S.A. with Dave Garroway. 6:30 P.M.--START1ME. An orig- i , . . , A . ... inal musical titled "So Help I ne University of Arizona will Me, Aphrodite," features Nan-1 g' ve 25 doctoral degrees Wednes- ette Fabray, Tony Randal!, j d a v night-largest number in its Jean Pierre'Aumont and Stub- "'£| or v - . by Kaye. (Channel 4) i Twenty-one students are being 7:30 P.M. - M U R R A Y PARTY.! awarded doctor of philosophy de- The celebrity dance contest-j K^ 5 and four-will get doctor of ants are Hal March, Alan education degrees They come m nine fields of graduate study. Young and Paul WincHell. (Channel 4) , . . . . , - , , , _, »· RED SKELTON. Frank i £ ven l n the f i e l d of education. Five of the degrees are being McHugh is,.. Red's guest to-j night. (Channel 13) 8:00 P.M.-RfFLEMA^. In uihe » ' These are going to Arnold A. Griese, Lakota, lova; Theodore M. Madden, Corvallis, Ore.; John p , der. Chuck (Channel 9) GARRY langman," the townspeople j want to lynch an innocent man.who is suspected of mur- Connors stars. MOORE. Andy Griffith and the Lennon Sisters join the regulars. (Channel 13) 9:00 P.M. --ALCOA PRESENTS. in "The Lonely Room." a man is too shy to speak out to a girl who attracts him. but one day he looks out of the window and sees himself- walking down the street with her. (Channel 9) 10:15 P.M.-JACK PAAR. Linda j a " r ncs""Ji!""suTton"jrV, Darnell, Pat Harrington Jr. and Jane Kean visit with Joey Bishop, subbing for Jack. (Channel 4) Rowen, Norwood, Mass.; and Sister Jean of Tucson. Three doctor of philosophy degrees have been won in the field of anthropoolgy--Bryant Bannister, Tucson; Elizabeth Ann Morris, Boulder, Colo.; and Wilhelm G. Solheim II, Laramie, Wyo., The psychology department is giving doctoral degrees to Aline Halstead Kidd and Salvatore V. Zagona, both of Tucson, and Ik Chang Kim of Korea. Three other doctoral degrees have been won in agricultural biochemistry--Bruce H. Rice and of Tucson, and Richard H. Diven, Judge Caslro Heads Horsemen's Assn. Nyssa, Ore. The Engineering College is giving degrees in the field of electri- MOVIE. "The Return of j cal engineering to Louis H. Enloe, .lesse James" also brings back j BowiCi a n t j Ajf r e d j. Hoehn Jr., John Ireland. (1950) (Chan-1 Tucson. Range management is giving degrees to Charles W. Ferguson and Charles R. Hungerford of nel 9) 11:00 P . M . -- M O V I E . R o b e r t Young finds himself among "Three Wise .Guys." (IMG) (Channel 4) MOVIE. Michael Redgrave and Joan Greenwood f i n d out Tucson. Bruno E. Sabels of Germany has earned a degree in geology, L. J. Streetmah, Tucson, in "The Importance of Being) agronomy, and Keith E. Justice, Earnest." ( E n g l i s h , (Channel 13) 1952) System Permits Fast Missile Fjre ALAMOGORDO, N. M. missile firing system capable of launching four Mace missiles in the time previously needed for one has been tested here. A spokesman for the Air Force Judge Raul H. Castro has been j Missile Development Center said elected president of the Arizona I only one of the four was fired, State Horsemen's Assn., a group j but as the missile roared away, organized recently to promote in- i a n auxiliary power unit had the terest in horses throughout die state. Art Pollard, Sonoita, and John K. Goodman, Tucson, are members of the board of directors. SOCIAL INTRODUCTIONS (Not a Lonely Hearts Club) ,, A service dedicated to refined ladies gentlemen wishing to meet same. Legitimate, immediate results with ALICE ABBOTT. Your hostess since 1942. Escorts. Private -Licensed -- A X 8-0901. RALPH'S GREENHOUSE . . . Patio Furniture Tiki Torches 89c Patio Floodlights 2.95 TV Floor Pillows 1.39 Bird Baths 4.95 Deluxe Deck Chairs 5.95 71/2 ft. Umbrellas 17.95 UNPAINTED CHESTS 3 dr. 1 6 x 1 6 x 2 8 .".....8.95 4 dr. 12x24x28 8.95 4 dr. 16x16x32 12.95 4 dr. 16x24x32 15.95 GREENHOUSE 4755 22nd St. East of Swan other three ready for launching. The four, each the size of an Flflfl jet fighter, were connected to h y d r a u l i c and nose temperature control units. Fluid from the nose control unit pumped warm air through the four guidance systems. No time was needed to warm them up for f l i g h t . Tucson, in zoology. Doctors of education degrees have been earned by John L. Ashe, Phoenix; William F. Elwood, Peoria, III.; Rogaciano C. Imperio, Quezon City, Philippines; and Wilbur D. Keister, Mt. Berry, Ga. The university's annual commencement exercises will begin at 8 p.m. in Varsity Stadium with a full academic procession of the faculty and students. The commencement address this year is to be given by Dr. Joseph Wood Krutch, Tucson author and former Columbia University professor. . 17" TV PICTURE TUBE 17 oo J-Yr. Guar. CECIL GAVER EA 74571 4044 E. Speedway Blvd. C I « « Next *o Dairy Queen 512 N. Fourth Ave. FREE PARKING ! 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Parish School Teaching Rapped WASHINGTON -- lift -- Catholic high school religion teachers are not preparing students for "day- to-day living among their Protestant neighbors," says a Catholic educator, Brother Celestine Luke, of Manhattan College. He told a meeting here that Catholic high school religion courses tend to misrepresent American -Protestantism. Bogarrl Enters Pony In Horse Show A Shetland pony, Hurry Home, has been entered in the Class A National Horse Show at San Diego by G. W. Bogard, Tucson. The show is held in conjunction with the Southern California Exposition and San Diego Fair June 24 through July 4. Bogard's entry is in the Shetland Pony section of the harness division. The pony will be ridden by Ronald Bogard and Mary Haskell. Y O U Can Have a Trial Lesson Visitors are always welcome! Phone MA 3-8689 ARTHURMURRAY Cool Refrigerated Studio 233i/j E. Congress j See the.Arthur Murray Party j Tonight at 7:30, Chan. 4. { SUMMER SPECIAL TV SERVICE GUARANTEED $3.50 Day Night ATLAS EA 74518 DRAMA TONIGHT ON Presented by the PURITY BISCUIT CO. 9:00 on Channel 13 The Daily Investor By WILLIAM A. DOYLE Q. I/often buy and sell the same securities within a very short period of time. I always deal through the same brokerags firm--a member of the New York Stock Exchange. Looking over my confirmation slips, I see that I was charged a regular commission on all these transactions. Isn't there some sort of rule regarding lower commission rates on such "round-turn" transactions? A. There used to be. But there isn't any more. The New York Stock Exchanga reduced commission rate on round- turn trades went into effect in 1953. It provided that the commission on the purchase and sale of the same security within 30 days (the so-called round turn) would be one-half the regular commission. The 30-day period was changed ·to 14 calendar days in 1958. The commission rates on round-turn trades were increased at that time. In 1959 the reduced rates on round-turn trades were done away with. Now you must pay the regular commission rates, even if you buy some stock and sell it the same day. Let's face it. The reduced commission rates on round-turn trading was an incentive to speculators. That's evidently what you are. 1 hope you know what you're doing. Lots of people have been burned trying to make money on in-and-out trading. Unless you're mighty good at it (or mighty lucky) you may generate a lot of commissions for your broker but no profits for yourself. Q. In January, feeling that stock market prices were very uncertain. I wanted to buy some conservative stock. So I purchased 100 shares of General American Investors common stock at J30.25 a share. According to the "Fitch Individual Stock Bulletin" book, this company is "under the auspices" of both Lazard Freres and Lehman Brothers. With that kind of management, I felt this would be a safe investment. Look ' w h a t happened! The market price of this stock has fallen--at times more than ,$S a share below what I paid for it. How can this be explained? A. You should have read the Fitch Individual Stock Bulletin more closely. General American Investors is a closed-end investment company. A major portion of its investments are in stocks of oil and gas. That seems to be the key to the market performances of the Genera! American Investors stock. Oil stocks have not been popular. Most of them have fallen in market value; As the value of the investments of General American Investors fell, so did the value of General American Investors stock. When (some observers might say "if") oil stocks perk up in popularity and price, General American Investors figures to do well. Meanwhile, its other investments should also help. . N o one c a n . f a u l t you for seeking out an investment with such well-known and respected management.' But even the best management can't provide you with risk-free investments when you buy common stock. (Mr. Doyle will answer only representative letters of general interest in his column. He cannot answer phone queries.) Copyrfoht 1960 Lutheran Rile For New Homes NEW YORK -- Wi -- A liturgical commission of the United Lutheran Church has prepared an order of service for the blessing of a dwelling. It begins: Minister -- "Peace be to this house." Response -- "And to all t h a t dwelt therein." Minister -- "Our help is in the Name of the Lord." TELEVISION SERVICE CAR-HOME RADIO-HI-FI CECIL GAVER 4044 E. 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