Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 26
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1966 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N ACROSS 1 Musical instruments. 6 Fisherman's catch. 10 Accountaats: Abbr. 1H, Attnrn»w . 2 words. 15 River of Tuscany. 16 Hunting-horn call, at the kill. 17 Conductor's concern. 18 Ray. 20 Oarlocks. 22 Starlike. 23 More mature. 25 Bothered. 26 Vaulted alcove 28 Short drape. 32 Cheers. 33 Assess. 3-1 Seaport: Abbr. 37 "Thanks ": 2 -utjrds. 38 Niagara, for one. 39 Where Bryce Canyon is. 40 Polite greeting. 41 Rattan workers. 42 Agreeable. ' 43 Heavenly: Fr. 44 Hurried. 45 Humbug. 48 Cily of Iraq. 50 Puts in another way. ·51 Canary color. , . 59 Suppress. 60 Initials of 1933. 61 Like flotsam or jetsam. 62 Suit. 63 Concertos: Abbr. 64 Salamander. 65 Anthony and others. DOW 1 Speedy. 2 Hankering. 3 Entertainment of a sort: 2 words. 4 Soonest. 5 Clean up. 6 Owns. 7 Museum specialties. 8 Monad. 9 Kind of wolf. 10 Charlotte , capital of Virgin Islands. 11 Shade of red. 12 Greek island. 13 Charger.- 19 Iced: Fr. 21 Respective. 24 Cully. 26 Native of Yemen. 27 . AJio. 29 Washes. 30 Warning: Fr. 31 Room. 3-1 Painter's subject: 2 words. 35 Rate of progress. 36 Muscle. 39 Empty. 41 Tree. . 43 " a bug's ear:" 2 words. 45 Swiss coin. 46 Make ready for use again. 47 Of stars: Prefix. 49 American explorer. 51 Treasury employee. 52 Ameliorate. 53 Lobscousc. 55 Valhalla dweller. 56 Dous-es. 58 Pass the . TN DU BROW'S VIEW Daktari' Amazingly Tops 'Batman' By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD -- UPI - The really surprising smash h i t among the new midseason television series is not "Batman," but "Daktari." a weekly one- hour show set in an animal compound in Africa. "Batman." a 30-minute entry that appears Wednesdays and Thursdays on ABC-TV, almost was predestined'to be a popular success, at least temporarily, because of the brilliant promotion job on it. However, CBS-TV's "Dak- tari," which is aimed straight at the family trade and is done on a shrewdly simple level, had relatively minor promotion if one compares it with "Batman." Yet in the latest national ratings, the Thursday episode of "Batman" finished 10th among all shows, while "Daktari" which airs Tuesdays, came in llth, only four-tenths of a percentage point behind the caped hero. Strangely, the Wednesday epi- watched much more than the sode of "Batman" fell off to 20th, still a strong entry -- but for the first time since the series weighed in rousingly, giving an indication that there might be beginnings. It is possible the psychology here is similar to that employed by readers of very bad .mystery sudden truth in predictions that ana aeiecuve noveis: iney interest in the way-out tone may i know all the material is done drop quickly. poor } y DUt want to see how it It seems clear, in fact, that only continued brilliant promotion will keep "Batman" on top, for, as someone has said, the show is so bad that it is bad. There is nothing to "Batman" except the word of mouth generated by the promotion and the frantic desire by the excessively bourgeois segment of the audience to be part of the "in"' comes out anyway, so they skip most of the early stuff and start with the last chapter. Or maybe there's just more drinking toward the end of the week. Anyway, the ratings also reveal the astoundingly popular Red Skelton finished second among all shows, behind only crowd -- which, by rapid calcu- "Bonanza." lation, amounts to an exclusive-] The recent Carol Channing society of some 40 million view- special, meanwhile, came in fifth, while Gene Kelly's one- hour musical tribute to N e w York landed in the 74th position among 106 entries. The Wednesday "Batman" theTatings by "The Fugitive," which is showing its strength over the long haul. And "The Man f r o m U.N.C.L.E." is more solid than ever, rising to seventh. Ironically, t h e Smothers Brothers comedy series on CBS- TV came in a strong 28th, although it is reported due for cancellation by the network. There has, however, been some talk around that the competing ABC-TV organization might be interested in picking up the series. m i ucson ers. Since "Batman" stories are two-parters, starting on Wednesdays and ending on Thursdays, it is a curiosity that the ratings reveal the conclusions a r e Meetings In Tucson Birdie Tebbetts, manager of the Cleveland Indians, and Eddie Uhas, the baseball team's publicity director, will appear at a Tucson Press Club forum at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow at the club's quarters in the lower level of the Phoenix Title Building. 0 0 0 IOWA CLUB will meet at noon Sunday for a picinic at the central ramada in Randolph Park, near the 22nd Street entrance. Persons attending are asked to take a picnic basket and own table service. o o o An educational meeting on Alcoholics Anonymous, sponsored by the Tucson A.A. Inter- group committee will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at the YWCA, 738 N. 5th Ave. Out - of - town speakers will participate. Open to the public. 0 0 0 North and Souh Dakota Club will meet at 1 p.m. Sunday for a potluck lunch at the YWCA, 738 N. 5th Ave. Persons attending are asked to take a covered dish and their own table service. 0 0 0 Retired and Veteran Rail *oaders will meet at noon Monday for lunch at the Elks Club 9 Paseo Redondo. Reservations will be taken until noon Saturday by Ira Bell, 1928 E. 9th St Mr. Plumber Hi fiiititt Iriii Ipmr! Available it Hardware, Plumbing Stores or Lumber Yirds. Distributed by: Naughton PLUMBINS SALES 4226 S. 6th Ave Ph. 2M-2684 always at your service for better HEARING YESTERDAY'S ANSWER RENTAIMfflMLTV - PER DAY pi Kent By Month 1 NORM'S 1140 So. 6th AVE. mobile Homes FOR 22 YEARS TED WALKER CONSISTENTtY RELIABLE 2632 S. 6TH AVE. MA 3-2595 DEPTH - BACKGROUND James Marlow - in the CITIZEN Tucson Radio Network Stations KCUB (1290)--Mutual Broadcasting System (MBS). Adult popular music. MBS news on the hour and half- hour. Four local news broadcasts daily. Broadcasts continuously except midnight Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday. KOLD (1450)--Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Adult popular music. CBS news on the hour. Special news periods Monday through Friday: 7 to 9:10 a.rn.; noon to 12:30 p.m.; 4:30 to 7:40 p.m. Broadcasts 6:30 a.m. to midnight Monday through Saturday; 7:00 a.m. to midnight Sundays. KTAN (580)--National Broadcasting Co. (NBC) Adult popular music. NBC news on the hour. Loca! news five minutes after the hour. Special news period 5 p.m. to 6:05 p.m. Broadcasts 5:30 a.m. to midnight Monday through Friday; 6 a.m. to midnight Saturday and Sunday. KTUC (1400)--American Broadcasting Co. (ABC) Adult popular music. ABC news 5 minutes before the hour. Arizona Network news. Two local news pro, grams daily. Broadcasts continuously. Independent Stations KAIR (1490)--Adult popular, semi-classical and sacred music; Christian programs. Four news programs Monday through Friday. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. KCEE (790)--Popular, semi-classical and classical rnu: sic. News on the hour. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Friday; 7 a.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday; 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. Sunday. KEVT (690)--Spanish language, Latin music. Five news programs daily. Broadcasts sunrise to sunset daily. KFIF (1550)--Top 40 contemporary records. News five minutes before the hour. Broadcasts sunrise to sunset daily. KFMM-FM (99.5)--Simulcasts with KTUC (see above) except 6 p.m. to midnight. Classical music from 6 p.m. to midnight. Broadcasts continuously. KHOS (940)--Country and Western music. News on the half-hour. Broadcasts continuously. KMOP (1330)--Music of the West. News and weather on the hour. Sports and weather on the half hour. Broadcasts 5 a.m. to sunset daily. KTKT (990)--Top 40 contemporary records. News on the hour. Headlines on the half-hour. Broadcasts continuously except midnight Sunday to 5 a.m. Monday. KXEW (IGOO)-Spanish language, Latin music. Three news programs daily. Broadcasts sunrise to sunset. KOLD-TV Tucson's Most Popular Daytime Viewing 5:50 Farm Ranch - 11 6:00 Sunrise Semester 11; 6:30 CBS Morning News 12: 6:55 Arizona News 12: 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 1: 8:00 I Love Lucy 1: 8:30 Real McCoys 1: 9:00 Andy of Mayberry 2: 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 2: 10:00 Love of Life 4: 10:24 CBS News 5: 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 5: 10:45 Ouidinz Lieht :00 December Bride ; 30 As the World Turns ;00 Password ;30 House Party (c) :00 To Tell the Truth :24 CBS News : 30 Edge of Night :00 Secret Storm : 30 Mike Douglas Show :00 Lloyd Thaxton Show (c) :00 Marshal Dillon 30 CBS News with Walter Cronkite (c) TONIGHT'S BEST VIEWING Niteline New The Beverly Hillbillies 6 P.M. Week Nights 6:30 P.M. In Color Kaye 7 P.M. Adventure 8 P.M. In Color Green Acres DickVanDyke 9 P.M. In Color 9:30 P.M. Comedy Mteline News 10 P.M. Twilight Zone 10:30 P.M. Merv Griffin n "GUESTS" RIP Taylor Gaddabout Gaddls T'S NOW OR NEVER!! 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Reg. 99.95. NOW RIVIERA $ i SOFA BEDS. Reg. 249.95. NOW Danish Wai. $i Becfrm. Sef. Reg. 249.95. NOW LANE WALNUT J END TABLE. Reg. 49.95. NOW Early Amer. $ Sofas. Reg. 199.95. NOW 12-rf. Universal Refrigerator $ Reg. 249.95. NOW LANE 5-PC. DINING ROOM SET $ Reg. 399.95. NOW 59 French Provincial 3-Pc. Bedroom $i Sef. Whife. Reg. 249.95. NOW Modern or Maple $i Bar Stools. Reg. 39.95. NOW MAPLE 9-Drawer $ Dresser and Mirror. Reg. 199.95. NOW 54 WftLNUI ^ DESKS. Reg. 749.95. NOW 700" LINEN $i SOFA--JADE. Reg. $300. NOW Modern Oct. Chairs. Reg. 99.95. /»OW VINYL SOFA FOAM. Reg. ] 99.95. NOW UNIVERSAL WASHING MACHINE $| Reg. 369.95. NOW MAPLE BEDS 3-3. Reg. 39.95. NOW $ ' This Is Not A Misprint ANY CARPET At Cost With Any S5.00 Purchase FINHECANS "Joe Finnegon in Arizona Since 7946" Lowest Prices Ever C« LJ M l»l*i Yi«l*lich Lowest Overhead ^6 110010 11001511 FURNITURE STORE 4329 to 4339 E. Broadway PHONE 793-7791 OPEN SUNDAYS Weekdays 10-5:30 I to 5 P.M. M°rt. Fri. 10-9 Local Channels 4 KVOA NBC 6 KUAT UA-NET 9 KGUN ABC 13 HOLD CBS (O--Color (R)--Rerun 0 Science Reporter Revolutionary t*cnni«u«s to spark Interest tn math in youns KNxM ch'id'fo are demonstrated. O The Big Valley (C) Leading ctljenj ol Coreyville oppose Jarrod Borkley's Investigation of a slaying. (One hour) © Danny Kaye (C) Singers Nancy Wilson and John Gary and a "Chickenman" comedy sketch are fea " " Ben Casev (R) e-runs o) rnrtiul series. (On* how) ffi December Bride (R) Series stars Spring Bylnglon. 11:31 AJkL O Make A Deal Game (C) © As The World Turns Continuing story with Hel«ri 11:55 A.M. Network News Wednesday Christine Carere In "Blue Light" Story Channel 9, 7:30 p.m. Afternoon 12 NOON __ Days Of Our Lives (C) Drama about a professor-physician. ^ The Nurses Series stars Mary Flckctt. © Password Quiz Game 12:30 P.M. Q The Doctors Melodrama. 0 Dr. Posin's Giants (R^ Repeat of Tuesday's 12 noon program. 0 A Time For Us Continuing stories. CQ House Party (C) Adventurer - author Jean Pierre Hallet tells about fighting an African lion with 1 spear., 12:55 P.M. 0 Women's News 1:00 P.M. Q Another World Dramatic episodes. 0 General Hospital Medical serial. (0 To Tell the Truth Guessing game. 1:24 P.M. IE Network News 1:30 P.M. O You Don't Say (C) Panel show. 0 Young Marrieds Modern drama. © Edge of Night Continuing series with Laurence Huso. 2:00 P.M. Q Match Game (C) 0 Never Too Young Dramatic situations. (0 Secret Storm Problem play. 2:25 P.M. 0 Network News 2:30 P.M. Q One Step Beyond Drama In serial form. 0 Where The Action Is The Sunrays and Jimmy Rodgers are guest performers. © Mike Douglas Show Henry Morsan Is co-host and suests are dancer-singer Gretchen Wyler, actress Hermione Glngold, singer Frank Fanelll, magician Don Allen, radio announcer Robert Goldman Involved recently in the result of controversy encouragement, and author of "Unsafe at Any Speed" Ralph Nader who speaks of automobile accidents. U'A hours) 3:00 P.M. Q Movie 1 Sophia Loren appears In "Madame," a sood 1943 Italian movie with dubbed in English about the exploits of a laundress who becomes a duchess during the French revolution. Adult fare. (Two hours) 0 Supermarket Sweep Groceries are prizes In this game. 3:30 P.M. 0 Marshal KGUN Local show for children (One hour) (E* Lloyd Thaxton Show (C) Lloyd greets singer Bob LInd. (One hour) 4:30 P.M. 0 Family Movie Time "King of the Vikings" Is a 1964 adventure - spectacular starring Antonio Vllar and Marie Mahor. IVfi hours) 5:00 P.M. d Woman's, Pictorial Business Reoorts © Marshal Dillon (R) Western stories. 5:25 P.M. 0 English For The Spanish 5:30 P.M. Cl Huntley-Brinkley Report (C) © Cronkite with News (C) Evening 6:00 P.M. Weather, Sports, News 3 Sea Hunt (R) 3 6 O'Clock News 6:30 P.ftt. | Virginian (C) A strange search for buffalo leads Morgan Starr and Randy Into a deadly duel with an old Indian chief. UVi hours) Children's Stories In The Friendly Giant, Friendly and his riends sing some songs including "Who 3uilt The Ark, Noah, Noah"; and hand puppels portray the story of two girls lamed Snow White and Rose Red In Tales of Poindexter. Batman (C) The mysterious Falseface prepares an unscheduled demise for the Dynamic Duo under the wheels of a subway train. ^ Beverly Hillbillies (C) Granny rebels when her kin suggest that She'd be happier in a country cottage because she thrtiks they mean an old- folks' home. 7:00 P.M. 0 What's New How birds gather food Is shown and In the National Parks segment El Morro is visited. 0 Pally Duke Pally is afraid !he arrival of her father's uncle will spoil her dinner party. i © Lost In Space A shrev/d '.pace trader unleashes a manmade storm against the Robinsons to gel them as customers of his interplanetary store. (One hour) 7:30 P.M. 0 Know Your Schools Gien Broyles, radio and TV coordinator for the Tucson Public School;, explains Iho use ol television as a teaching tool in the classroom. J Blue Light (C) Hitler plans to invade England on ths basis of an astrologer's calculations. March and SUZAIW Duchard (played by Christine Carerc) risk their lives 1i change the astrologer's charts, 8:00 P.M. C J I S p y ( C ) A Russian cosmonaut disappears In the Mexican iungle and attempts to re.urn lo the ways of the Aztecs, a aoal un- aecentafclf to hit fellow cosmonaut. Guest stars »re Kamali Devi, Rory Calhoun and Gtvfge Monttiomefy. (One hour) :: Green~Leav*s o' Summer" and "Hurry! It's Lovely UP Here!" (On« hour) 8:30 P.M. 0 Children's Songs of Japan This program reveals the delightful and wonderful world of youth nnd son» In Japan. 9:00 P.M. O Bob Hope Theater (C) A medical research scientist attempting to find a cure for a tropical fever Is charged with criminal negligence and murder. William Shatner, Plppa Scott, John Cassavetes ond Wilfrid Hyde-White appear. (One hour) 0 News In Perspective The New York Times trio of Lester Markel, Max Frank*! and Tom Wicker review the top news stories of the past month. (One hour) Q Long. Hot Summer Jody Varner is paralyzed In an accident while working for Ben Quick. (One hour) © Green Acres (C) Lisa models a collection of original gowns when she prepares to attend a New York meeting. Eva Gabor plays Lisa. 9:30 P.M. © Dick Van Dyke Rob has to locate a TV set to watch a special show for comedian Alan Brady and Innocently causes a lot of trouble. 10:00 P.M. Q,Q© News, Weather 0 Campus News 10:15 P.M. O Tonight Show (C) The roster Includes Kaye Ballard, Milt Kamen and singer Don Cherry. (45 minutes) Q Movie Howard Duff and Marta Toren are featured In "Spy Hunt," a good 1750 drama about secret microfilm transported In the collars of a pair of panthers. When the train Is derailed, the panthers roam the countryside and the hunt Is on. 10:30 P.M. © Twilight Zone (R) 11:00 P.M. Q Movie "Subway In the Sky" stars Van Johnson and Hlldegard Neff In « fair 195? mystery story about an American soldier, AWOL In Berlin, who is charged with black market drug dealing and murder. Adult film. © Merv Griffin Former editor of Punch magazine Malcolm Muggerldge comments on Americana; Johnnie Lee Macfadden comments on her late husband, physical culturlst Bernarr Macfadden; Gsddabout Gaddls, host of a tv show on fishing, speata about good fishing places; and yoga expert Richard HIttelman demonstrates exercises. Others appearing are comics Irwln Corey and Rip Taylor. Thursday Morning 5:50 A.M. © Farm, Ranch Roundup 6:00 A.M. © Sunrise Semester 6:30 A.M. ffi News--Mike Wallace Charles Kuralt substitutes for vacationing Mike Wallace. 6:55 A.M. Q Reportaje de Noticias - © State News 7:00 A.M. O Today Show (C) Winner of the l?th annual Voice of Democracy Essay Contest, sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, will be Interviewed and read his essay. The book guest will be Walter Sullivan, science editor of the New Yorlc Times and author of "We Are Not Alone." (One hour) I Captain Kangaroo The Captain talks about maps and exhibits a collection of them. (One hour) 7:25 A.M. Q Daily Word Inspirational messages. 7:30 A.M. Q Cartoons, King and O'die 8:00 A.M. C Eye Guess Game (C) 0 Morning Movie "Bagdad" stars Maureen O'Hara and Alex Nicol In a good 1950 adventure- fantasy about a murdered tribal leader's daughter who seeks vengeance. (IV6 hours) © I Love Lucy (R) Comic episodes with Lucille Ball. 8:25 A.M. O Network News 8:30 A.M. Q Concentration Game © The McCoys (R) Walter Brennan stars In comedy. 9:00 A.M. J Morning Star (C) Dramatic serial. _) Andy of Mayberry (R) Stories of a rural sheriff. 9:30 A.M. Lester Markel Analyzes News .".- -. Channel *», 9 p.m. w . Afternoon a 12 NOON ^: O Days Of Our Lives (C) ',"!... Drama about a professor-Physician. -,-·- O The Nurses ' ^ ·_. Series stars Mary Picket!. © Password Quiz Game 12:30 PJML '·"" O The Doctors '- . Melodrama. **·" Q Children's Songs of Japan (R) Repeat of Wednesday's 8:30 p.m.^rc gram. ' --' Q A Time For Us Continuing stories. .', · ffi House Party (C) ';·' Psychologist Dr. Loriene Chase 4»!k! about cheating husbands and wives. '· 12:55 P.M. y;. Q Women's News ~- i 1:00 P.M. ·;·· O Another World . .'.;' Dramatic episodes. Q General Hospital r - ; Medical serial. - IF To Tell the Truth Guessing game. ^ . 1:Z4 P.M. ^' ffi Network News 1:30 P.M. Q You Don't Say (C) "? . Panel show. ·*.-·: ,«, ·- Eva Gabor From "Green Acres" Channel 13, 9 p.m. Q Paradise Bay (C) Small town drama. Q Dating Game © Dick Van Dyke (R) Situation conwdy. 10:00 A.M. O Jeopardy Game (C) 0 Donna Reed (R) F-imily stori'.'S. ® Love of Life Melodrama with Audrey Peters. 10:24 A.M. © Network News 10:30 A.M. Q Let's Play Post Office (C) Game. Q Father Knows Best (R) Flimsy comedy stars Robert Youna. CEJ Search For Tomorrow Dramatic stations starring M a ; Stuart. 10:45 A.M. (0 Guiding Light S;ory ol daily problems. 10:55 A.M. Q Network News 11:00 A.M. 1 O N 7 ews, Reports- Dick I Mayers, Paul Mayer Pippa Scott, William Shather On "Bob Hope" Theat«T Channel 4, 9 p.m. r 0 Young Marrieds · Modern drama. ~~ © Edge of Night ' 2-' Continuing series Mln Laurence 2:00 P.M. (5 Match Game (C) 0 Never Too Young Dramatic situations. E Secret Storm Problem play. 2:25 P.M. O Network News 2:30 P.M. Q One Step Beyond Drama in serial form. 0 Where The Action Is The Mamas and the Papas are feal on "Monday. Monday" and Round ( entertains with "Tear the House" dmo* "Little People." Regulars. Steve Alajmo," Keith Allison, and Paul Revere and,*pier Raiders also appear. '^.'1 CQ Mike UoiHas Show *^-'! Henry Morgan helps Mike welcome Hna* er Felicia Sanders, comedian Norm CMS.-- by, author of "The Anatomy ol SuccjfiS" Nicholas Darvas, and Mark Worth ^U4» Mayanna with an archery act. ^tltf* hours) "ft ···· 3:00 P.M. ,*;.-· O Movie ;£· John Raitt and Doris Day are feafifttd- In "Palama Game,". a very good j« musical based on a Broadway hit "and- Richard Blssell novel, "7V'j Cents." (two hours) '£.. : 0 Supermarket Sweep .*·· . Groceries are prizes In this game. -·"'.. 3:30 P.M. _ Marshal KGUN *-"· Local show for children. (One hourr: 4:00 P.M. 4 _i Lloyd Thaxton Show Ci ; The piano duo of Ferrante and.Tefther present an arrangement of "Old Mail River" and play "Exodus." (One hour) 4:30 P.M. O Modern Math 0 Family Movie Time "Gang War" stars Charles Bronson-iTMi Kent Taylor In a good 1953 story about a teacher who witnesses a sangland murder and the mob's attempt to keep him from naming the killers. (IVi hows) 5:00 PJV1. Q Woman's, Pictorial Business Reports ? Q Campus News, Giant (R)'; Giant repeats the first part of Wedriet- day's 6:30 P.m. program. ". . © Marshal Dillon (R) Western stories. *. 5:25 P.M. 0 English For The Spanisl} 5:30 P.M. Q Huntiey-Brinkley ReportlC) © Cronkite with News (C) ·· 5:40 P.M. Q The Big Picture U.S. Army report. Information in these listings ts provided by the television r {works and local stations. 3fhe Citizen assumes no rcsponsibil« ity for errors caused Dy late changes in scheduling.^

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