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TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C f T f Z E N IN DU BROW'S VIEW PAGE 17 ABC Puts Cavett In As Daytime 'Shaker By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -- "This Morning," a daily 90-minute series of talk and entertainment, arrived Monday on ABC- TV, with \vriter-turned-comedi- an Dick Cavett as host. The format is a direct copy of the late-night shows of Johnny Carson and Joey Bishop. But this program is intended to appeal specifically to young house- ·wives. Like Cat-son, Cavett came out of Nebraska. And his comedy writing included chores not only : for Carson, but also for Jack Paar when he was the nation's late-night video favorite. Raise In Disabled Yets' Pay Asked ; WASHINGTON (AP) - The national commander of the American Legion asked Congress today to increase by $100 a month the payments to veterans who are totally disabled as a result of military service. Totally disabled veterans now receive §300 a month, said Cmdr. William E. Galbraith of Beemer, Neb., but the cost of living has risen steadily since the rates were set late in 1965. ABC-TV apparently is hooked on the Paar-Carsdn-"Tonight" show format. First, it threw in Bishop last year against Carson and did well. Now it is trying to shake up daytime programming the same way. One reason for this is that there has been a feeling of late that CBS-TV is not as unbeatable in the daytime hours as it used to be. NBC-TV has moved up sharply on the leafier, and ABC-TV is hoping for Us piece of the action. CBS-TV, meanwhile, knowing the terrific profit potential of daytime shows, has thrown a fortune into making its new soap opera, "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing," a success, but has not solidified it yet. The budget for this series is way above what other soap operas cost. And the promotion has been exceptional in its quantity. ABC-TV's daytime strategy has been fairly obvious. With such series as "The Newlywed Game," "The Baby Game" and "The Dating Game" -- and such others as "Wedding Party" and "Dream House" coming up -- it has been focusing on young female adults. Meantime, it has canceled Marlene Sanders' daytime news show. A show like "This Morning" GILBERT AND SULLIVAN Harvey Nelson Will Sing In 'Gondoliers* Harvey Nelson, Tucson engi- ; : neer and long an enthusiastic '-supporter of Gilbert and Sulli- .yan productions, will sing one of . : ,ihe leads in "Gondoliers", when v'U is staged here beginning 'Thursday. '; The light-hearted musical is ;-set in 18th century Venice, and ''in the best GS tradition, is full Tof good satire as it spoofs the 'procedures of court and government. Nelson's role of the Duke of Plaza - Toro is his second in "Gondoliers." Some years back he sang the role of the Grand ilnquisitor in another community ^production. ,' This earlier group, Nelson said, gave several productions in the early 1950s. It was called the Desert Singing Guild, and included in its active members : Sam P. Goddard Jr., Clyaton Niles, John W. Fisher, George ·Muller and others. The group was the outgrowth of a University of Arizona production. During the earlier per- · formances of "Gondoliers," Nelson met a young pianist, Christ- ,1ne Barnes, who later became Mrs Nelson. - After presenting such popular 'GS operettas as "The Mi- ·kado," "H.M.S. Pinafore" and others, the Desert Singing Guild was disbanded. .' Four years ago, interest in 'Gilbert and Sullivan was again sparked by a university production, and the Tucson Gilbert and .Sullivan Theater was organized. Nelson was asked to serve on the advisory board. The new group already has given "The ·Mikado," "Pirates, of Penzance," "lolanthe" and, at the request of the Southern Arizona O p e r a Guild, "Trial by Jury." In addition to Nelson, leading roles in "Gondoliers" are to be sung by David Adam as the Grand Inquisitor: Charles Hartung as Marco Palmieri, Mel Kessler as Guiseppe Palmieri, Donna Pritchett as Gianetta and Mary Adam as Tessa. Mobile Homes For 25 YEARS TED WALKER CONSISTENTLY REUABUE 2632 S. 6TH. AVE. 623-2595 CHANGE DULL EVENINGS TO FUN-FILLED NIGHTS Every day I show about 10 men and women of all ages trie easy way to become mare p o p u l a r . . . m e e t nice people, moke new friends...go out more o f t e n . . . hove more wholesome fun! _ ^N^fei. Come in fc or phone ! SEND n FOR L/ FREE PARTY TIME --» ^V" ^-FOtOER r FREE S25 MEMBERSHIP 1 Arthur Murray tVwufnTll Dance Clul) · Dance Studio 2845 EAST SPEEDWAY 795-1730 NAJME ADDRESS. .ZIP. , fHONE . **~» -- -- -- Mill Iku faapin · -- -- «- --J Others in the cast are Louis Brunsting Jr. as Luiz, Bill Wolfe as Antonio, Carl Ketcham as Giorgio, Millie Bright as the Duchess, Nancy Barnhart as Casilda, Barbara Burr as Fiametta, Mindy Mitchell as Vittoria and Ann Richards as Guilia. Musical director is Alan Schuliz, with Fraiicesca Jarvis as stage director and Richard Nelson as technical director. Reserved seats are available at $1.50 and §3 for 8:30 p.m. performances at Tucson Music Center. These will run Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Sunday's show will be at 2:30 p.m. There will be no reserved seats for a special matinee performance at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Prices for the matinee are $1 for children through high school and $1.50 for adults. Tickets are on sale at the music center, Bullard's, Franklin's Men's Store, El Con Book Store, M u l l e r Piano Company and Davis -Monthan AFB. Opening night is a benefit for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. cannot be judged on the basis of one outing. It takes a while for an informal talk-and-variety series to find a groove -- if it does. Almost invariably on the debuts of these programs, the nervous new host tends to be overly racy in stretching for laughs, and tries to force jokes in the conversation rather than listening with real interest to guests. Cavett, 30. suffered a bit from these pitfalls Monday, but his low-key approach indicated an intelligence and stability that may carry him through, lie settled down after a while, and his guests included Buckminster FulJer, Jack Alberlson. Patricia NeaJ ('the show's hiphli»hO and Pat McCormick. Jack E. Leonard did a surprise walk-on and left (he program a high-pitched Quake Victims Picket ROME (UPI)--Men, women and children from Sicilian village devastated by the January earthquakes began a daily vigil Monday outside Parliament during debate on aid to the area. "We are afraid they will forget us and people are still dying back home," said one of the placard carrying Sicilians outside the building. shambles from which it had a hard time recovering. If Cavett faces one key problem, it is the necessity to keep a sort of women's magazine tone for his specific audience -especially in the interviews. He had better bone up on Vogue, McCalls, the Ladies Home J o u r n a l a n d Cosmopolitan. Whether a male host can carry this attitude off is a big question. The acoustics in the New York studio-fhealer where the show originated, by the way, seemed atrocious, especially for the musical numbers -- and for contact with the live audience, which seemed remote. But Cav- elt showed a flair for recovery. CASH BOX PAWN SHOP · LIQUOR* GUNS 2014S.CRAYCROFT 327-1848 Tucson Radio Independent Stations KEVT (690)~Spanish language, Latin music. News at 8 a.m., 12 noon, 5 p.m. Broadcasts 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily. KHOS (940)--Country and Western music. News on the half-hour. Broadcasts continuously. KTKT (990)--Contemporary music, news at 25 and 55 after the hour. Broadcasts continously. KMOP (1330)--Country music. News, sports and weather at 20 minutes after the hour. Broadcasts 5 a.m. to sunset daily. KAIR (1490}--Contemporary good music. News on the hour and half-hour. Broadcasts continuously. KXEW (1600)--Spanish Language. Latin music. News 8 a.m., 12 noon and 5 p.m Broadcasts 6 a.m to sunset. KCEE-FM (9G.1)--Simulcasts with KCEE for news on the half hour. Adult music. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to midnight daily; 6:30 a.m to midnight Saturday and Sunday. KIKX (580)--Top 30 contemporary records. News 20 minutes before the hour. Broadcasts continuously. Network Stations KCEE (790)--(NBC) Popular, semi-classical and classical music. News on the hour. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to midnight, except , Saturday, 6:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. KCUB (1290)--(MBS). Adult popular music. MBS news on the hour and half hour. Broadcasts continuously except midnight Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday. KTUC (1400)--(ABC) Adult popular music. News 5 minutes before the hour and at the halt hour; special newscasts 8 a.m., 9:35 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 5:45 p.m., 7 p.m. Broadcasts continuously. KFMM-FM (99.5)--Simulcasts with KTUC (see above) for news at 8 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Monday-Friday. Classical music, 6 p.m. to midnight; popular music, midnight to 6 p.m. Broadcasts continuously. KOLD (1450)--(CBS) Adult and pop music. News periods: 7-9:10 a.m. 11:30 a.m. -- 12:35 p.m.; 4-6:15 p.m. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to midnight daily. 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George Borozan KOLD BIG NEWS 6:30 p.m. Daktari FAMED--Arthur Rubinstein, one of the world's greatest pianists, in his first television appearance in a decade, plays the Beethoven Piono ConceMo No. 4 in its entirety on "S. Hurok Present-.-- Part II," 90-minute special to be broadcast in color tonight at 7:30 p.m. on Television 13 9 pm. Red Skelton FIRST IN TUCSON 10pm. Niteline News George Borozan · CU MI «J*fT ,' KQLD-TV'TUCSON Tucson Television Local Channels KVOA NBC K K U A T UA-NET 9 KGUN ABC I I KZA/i INDKP. 13 KULD CBS Tuesday Afternoon 12 NOUN O Days Of Our Lives ma dCDul a protestor ohvaclan. Newlywecl Game CB From Tlie Border Vjrieiv show from Noqalei (V · hours) QQ Many Splendortid Thm» Serial. 12:30 P.M. O The Doctors Wedicai serial Q Baby Game; Doctor Tips from a pediatrician follow a game C0 Mouse Party Arl Linklelter hosts variety show 1:110 P.M. O Another World Drtimalic episodes Q General Hospital ©"tell the Truth, CBS News Guessing game 1:30 P.M. Q You Don't Say Panel show Q Dark Shadows Mystery narrative GD Edge of Night Continuina series with Laurence Huso. 2:00 P M . Q Match Game, NBC News Q Afternoon Movie Ann Blylh ,ind Edmund Gwenn in "Sally ana S.iinf Anne," a ocod 195? comedy (Two Mours) CD Secret Storm oblerr DUw 2:Jfl P.M. Movie "Operation Pellicoat" wilh Ciiry Gran: and Tony Curlis, a vary good 1959 comedy. ( T w o hours) Q) Telecinema Una tiora de leienovelas © Mike Douglas Show Guests chal ana ueriorm 1!6 hours) a:3l) P.M. CD Bingo Game show, REGIS PHILBIN, JOEY BISHOP Head talk show Channel 9, 10:30 p.m.' 1:00 P.M. Q Dating Game CD Danny Thomas Show Comedy. Re-issue. © Merv Griffin Merv welcomes lucst ofirsonalllies. VA hours) 4:30 P.M. Q Girl Talk Virginia Gratiam modcraten e disus- 0 ABc'News--Young CB Uncle Bob's Cartoons Bb Love hosls local children's show 5:01) P.M. i Reports I News On Nine 5:30 P.M. O Hutilltjy-tinnkley Report ~| Divorce Court Courtroom Grama (D Discotheque; Financial News Tucson area leenogors dance. Business rorJurl loltows. CD Cronkite With News 5:41) P.M. Q Calendar; Journal List of evtnls al the University of Arizona, followed by an hour-long repeal program studying the individuals dv/ind- Img right of privacy In Ihe United Slates. Evening 6: Ofl P.M. Weather, Sports, News Q Adventure Camera looks al ol.ices rear and for CD McH-ile's N a v y Giime^ of chance are junked v/hRn C dp- la in Binahrimplon arrives unannounced on Mo!h:-r's Day -- wftfi mothers of Three of MrHole's men. Re-hiue. {Q News fir.'JO P.M. ; Q I Dream of Jeannie j Coined 1 / wilh Bnrbcirr) Eden and Larry i Hd^nnr.n. j 0 Garrison's Gorillas ' The Gorilla* rKe Iheir German coun tier- par Is To 1*1*3 1 indu'jlrial diamonds In n S//iss brink. Hans Gudeqasf guesls. f One BE) Gilligan's Island The orofesr,or sets up \an ,ir\ti order which backfires ,v GiHigan arrests aJI lh» caslaways. fte-lssue. CD D a k t a r i V/hen a strange ape-like erasure io sien near Wa.rneru, Dr. Marsh T r a c y ' s »t-iff pursues it, hoping to find .1 prehistoric monster. Marshall Thornp:on st'irs. v,ith Cheryl /Aitler, Vale Summer:, H'dley Matting ly and Hciri Rhcde'. [On-: hour) 6:45 :· M. O Merlin the Magician Merlin illustrate Ihe principle of gravn/. 7:00 P.M. Q Clark Gable Special "Dear Mr. Gjb1»" is a oni-hcur -;p»c ! fll en Clark Gable, his life, his loves nrvi His leading liaic-s. I! inrjudc-s o r i]in-'il fntcr- v/e.vs, motion picture clip*; 3nd fiarne movies narrated hv Burgess //ercdith to cludctj for the fir:t time on teloviiicn ore scene; from "Gone with Th» Wind." f?| What's New Wurl .Deusing, in the Everglades t.i^es the VJer//er en a ride rn a "cjltide"* CuO' 9V." Tne sfocy is told of the first iem»- - QJ Stage Eleven Pita Hay worth, Anthony Frincio'-,rj and Gig Younq star in "The shry on P,no One." A prosecutor and an adept defen,.- cunvM bailie to v«av a iurv for the IJvo' of tv/o pfooj^ (icrus'.'d of murdering a lady's husband. Fta^haacki ar* us^il IQ tuncluatc drama of truth on trial. (Two rtours) 7:30 P.M. PI Conversation.' With Hoffer Mr. Hofler explains his v i e w ol the role ol the Intellectual In free society. (35 It takes a Thief Alexander Murvdv seeks 'o recover stolen Plans of a U. S. secret v/eapon 'which riave been rMuc-itf to a microaot. (One hour) TO S. Hurok Presents Artur Rubinstlen. world-famous pianist, makes his first television appearance in a accaflc in this special "S Hurok Present!." With him v/ill be Russian vic- linisl David Olsfrakrt, the Bolshoi Ballet ind Impresario Sol Hurok. Nina Tim- ofeveva and Nicolal Fedeyech'sv ap«ar wild (he Bolshot Ballet, Rubinstein plavs the Beethoven piano Concerto No. X In Its entirety. ()W hours) NINA TIMOFEYEVA, NICOLAI FEDEYECHEV With Bolshoi Ballet in special Channel 13, 7:30 p.m. 8:00 P.M. Q Tuesday Night Movie 'McGuirc, Go Home." a drama set dur- no Ihe. British occupation of Cyprus in he 1920's. An American airl (Sus.in strasbero) vlsils old Irionds on the is- any, who unknown to her, are shelterino fie leader ol Ihe rebel movement Dirk Uoonrdc -.l.irs as McGuire and Oenharn Elliott cottars as McGwire's bodyguard. ( T w o hours) ) Kolh Guitar Laura Webor demonstrate-. Ihe vivco- pflteo strum and the Lalin A^^ric.jii strum. She teaches her closing theme 'Freedom Calling." 8::io P.M. Q It's Your Town Sieve Emennc, assistant professor ol ournalism .it the University cl Arizona, modcra!« a discussion of the proposed purchase of El Cnpilon apartments by Hie clly for public liouslrfg. Appearing are Rubin Sailer, an assistant U.S. attorney, ind Marvin Cohen, atlorncy for Tucson Kouslna Authority. Q N.Y.P.D. A former private eye reoorls he v/ai robbed ol 5700,030 but has no wilncsses to support his story 9: nfl P.M. Chicago Festival The Phyllis Sabold Dance company presents a modern inlerprctalion ol Chaucer's "The Canterbury Tales," in "Cool Canterbury, Invaders Barry Morse, formerly ol "The Fugitive." nuesls as an alien Irvlnn to save Ihe Earth from the extriilp/restiais. (Onu hour). CD Gypsy Ro.se Lee Colleen Moore and G.iylord Hiu:,cr, are Gyciy's at/osls lonlahl. CF) Red Skeiton Hour Llherace ioir,^ Red in a comedy 5kil and c'lier ouesls Include The Younfl Polk, the Tcm Hnnsen Dancers. Liberace's '·'olo number Is "All Ihe Things Ycu Are " (One hour) 9:3(1 P.M. O l.Q. Invitational Alpha Omisron Pi meets Kaibnb-Hua- chuca in a contest ol quick recall. CD News, Wuathei. Sports 10:00 P. M. O News and Weather O London Line Feature frj News On N i n e CD Command Performance Repeat of 7 p.m. movie CD N i t e l i n e News 10:15 P.M. CJ Tonight Show Johnny Carson g r e e t s guests. CJ5 ruin Q Campus News 10:30 P.M. I^J Joey Bishop: News Ben GazJora, actor, Jcev Villa, comic a.:d Bobby Vlntcn, sfnier, are amono Joey's luesls loniabl. Rt.-jis Philbin is Iho announcer for Ihe shov/. ( \ ' - t hours) C0 Perry Mason Prpe.jt: The Case of Ihe Missing Melo. dy." (One hour) 11:01) P.M. C8 Untouchables Re-!s:ue series about canqsters In the 203 IQne hourl 11:30 P.M. C0 Late Show; News A very good 19.14 musical comedy, "Irish Eyes Arc Smlllnn," stars Dick Hayrnes, June Haver, Monty Woolley and Anthony Quinn. A say and colorful musical wilh many Irhh sanas which have since be- corni.- familiar lo everyone. Including trie title ditly. Wednesday Morning 5:50 A.M. © Farm, Ranch f f o u n d u p 6:1)0 A.M. GD Sunrise Semester College credit courses. 6:30 A.M. © CBS News - Benti f:55 A.M. O Reportaje de Noticias CD Stale News 7:00 A.M. 0 Today Show f!e'/s and v a r i e t y . Joe Gor.igiola dees a ;poris feature. Gen, James M. Gavin, re- l;red U.S. Arm 1 /, t a l k s about his book ' C r i s i s Now." {One hour) (S Captain Kangaroo The Old FolX Singer presents new scnos and animal ouesls are Alaskan rnsla- mutes 7:25 A.M. Q Thought For The Day 1 nso i ration a I meidQC' 7:3U A.M. Q Marshal K G U N i.oca I iv oroducen Marti? slww 8:UO A.M. O Snap J u d g e m e n t , News Ed McMahon hosts game sho//. Q Romper Room Jane Harrison is hostess of i sno', for :h? kmrterqarlen set. ffi Candid Camera Ccmic scenes. Rerun 8:30 A.M. Q Concentration Game Q This Morning Die*' VflvcH hosfs ne/v 90-mJnule variety shav/ Guests loday are Joan Rivers and BJcKfciteic Jr. © Beverly Hillbillies Corn?dv Rerun 9:00 A.M. Q Personality t.arrv Bivcen nost* j game shjv fiD Andy of May berry Co/neoy- reruns 9:^0 A.M. Q Hollywood Squares Game Show CD Dick Van Dyke Comedy re-Issue 10:00 A.M. Q Jeopardy Game Q Bewitched liiuoeih /Acrtisomcry stars In comedy. Reruns. © Love of Life; CBS News Melodrama wilh Audrey Peters. 10:30 A.M. 3 Guess Game; NBC News Treasure Isle Television's only outdoor game show. Seiiruh. Guiding Light ooufar serials. 11:00 A.M. 3 News. Heporls - Dick Mayers, Paul Mayer The Fugitive Rerun. Stones 01 a ^earch 'One nourl © Password Quiz Game 11:30 A.M. Make a Deal Game CD As The World Turns Continuing story with Helen wagn«r Afternoon 12 NOON El Days of Our Lives Drama about a professor-- Physician. O Newlywed Game From The Border Varfefv sriaw tram Nogaiea with flosi O^iCAr Stevens, (2Vv hours) (Q Many-Splendored Thing Daily daytime drama. 12:30 P.iM. The Doctors Stories ot the mpdlcoi aretes 3* an Baby Game; Doctor Game show, followed bv tins from M pediatrlcan, © House Party Art Linklctter hosts variety 1:00 P.M. Q Another World Continuing drama Q General Hospital Serial. QD Tell the Truth, CBS News Guessing «amc. 1:30 P.M. Q Vou Don't Say Panel show 9 Dark Shadows Mystery narrative. GD Edge of Night Continuing series v/rh Laurence Huoo. 2:00 P.M. O Match Game; NBC News O Afternoon Movie "V/omon in Hiding" stars Ida Lupino and Howard Duff In a good 1950 drama about dn arranged "accident." (Two hours) CD Secret Storm Dramatic serial. 2:31) P.M. C3 Movie "Poem ar the Top" with Lourcnc* Harvey and Sirnc^K? Signorcl is an cxcaliool 1959 iiv/aru-winning drama about an ambitious young man 'who encourages a rc- manc« as his ticket lo Ihe lor 1 . (Two hours) CD Telecinema Una hora do tetenovefaa © Mike Douglas Show Jack E. Leonard is co-host and guests are singer Kave Stevens, magician The Amazing Rar.di, composer-pianist Cy Coleman, dance expert Killer Joe Piro, and Katie Kelly, Time magazine reporter who lived among hipoies as a research project for the Time-Lile bcok "The HiP- cies." (Hi hours) 3:30 P.M. CD Bingo Game show. 4:00 P.M. Dating Game OJ Danny Thomas Show Comedy re-lsxue. © Merv G r i f f i n Merv welcomes guest actor David Wayne, comedienne Joanne V/crleYr singer Robert Gculet, TV uer^cnalily David Susskind, comic Joi\n Barbour erid An- tncnv and Ihe Imperials, who sing "Tnis Is the Lile." (I': hours) 4:30 P.M. O Girl Talk Decorator Carole Stupell, actrisses M.ia- oie H.iyes and Benay Venuta are v/ith moderator Virginia Graham for a dis- Q 'ABC News - Young CD Uncle Bob's Cartoons CLARK GABLE Subject of sniule Channel 4, 7 p.m. 5:00 P.M. O Reports O News On Nine 5:30 P.M. Q Huntley-Brinkley Report Q Divorce Court ucurtrtom aroma PT Discotheoue; Financial News Tucson area teenagers dsnce. Paler Hunllnqton Ma 1 / nosli. Qustoes* rcoort CD Cronkite With News inlnrrmition In t'nese listings is nrovided by the television networks and Incal stations. The Citizen assumes no responsibility for errors caused by late in scheduling.

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