Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 27
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 27

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, March 9, 1966
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It T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1966 KEGULATIONS ISSUED FCC Spells Out Rules For Cable Television {WASHINGTON - UPI - The Federal Communications Commission yesterday issued formal relations governing the na- a's 1,600 community antenna {Vision (CATV) systems. new rules, most of them efffctiye Aor.il 18, back up the ^ FOC's controversial order of "·Feb. 15 placinsj virtually all of ^tfi* booming CATV industry un- de£ federal regulation. - . T h e House commerce committee plans full hearings into the entire issue and what role the FCC should play. ~CATV picks up television signals from the air and relays them by cable into homes, whtejre viewe-s pay an average $5 a month for the privilege of geftins a generally clearer signal *and greater variety of pro- grfms. One FCC regulation issued yesterday would affect burgeon ing CATV operations in. big pop ulation areas already served b one or more network stations It imposed a temporary freez on' CATV expansion into the 10( biggest television markets in th country, where the industry believes 90 per cent of its poten tial revenues is located. To enter such an area, or t extend its signal if already op DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT BY THE "MAKE BELIEVES" 2KEDWOOD 6Y90* 4 KM E. SPEEDWAY (wwa , Enjoyable Dining in a ^Charming Gay 90's t' : Atmosphere RAGING Enjoy the lickety-split action of greyhound racing. 11-Race program Wed. thru Sun. 8 P.M. Admission 50(5, Clubhouse 50g extra. Pari-Mutuel Wagering: Daily Double, Quiniela, "Big Q." mmm TUCSON GREYHOUND PARK S.4thAve. at 35th St Reservations G24-2551 Chuckwagon-Buffel Smorgasbord Tuesday- Wednesday- r/iursdayA/so: 11:00 to 2:00 | This Is a working man's meal! Also: Wed., Tfaurs., Friday, Sat. Sun. 4:30 'HI 8:00 Our Dinner smorgasbord Children 1.00 Also: Our 14 restaurant] are always I twaltlng your pleaiurc! The [ finest food selection anywhere. COUNTY FAIR Internationa! Restaurant 5570 E 22nd St. «jr»-l]t» to 1:00, 1!:M te *:M Frl. * Sat. Cloted Mendiyi $1.75 erating there, a CATV system would have to apply for an FCC hearing. Subscribers as of Feb. 15 would not be affected. In an elaboration of its earlier decision, the FCC ruled that a local television station must give a CATV system at least eight days' notice of a program it does not want duplicated the same day by a CATV-relayed signal from a distant area. CATV systems are forbidden to show the same program the same day as one broadcast by a local station, unless it is a color program that the hometown station chooses to broadcast in black and white. Another rule published yesterday requires a CATV system on request to carry all local station signals of "Grade B or better" in its area or ask the FCC to waive the rule if technical limitations prevent compliance. Other regulations cover instructions to CATV owners for filing ownership information with the FCC, including a liat of subscribers, television stations carried, and "the extent of any existing or proposed program origination." LET'S CO WHf RK THE ACTION It MONTEREY RECREATION CENTER IW I. fMtOWAY 1M-3M* let Skatlnt . DMtint IHIIarfa . CtHM *h*» . Cacktalh SHOT SCHEDULE Times Furnished by thcateri xAPACHE: War Is Hill - 7:07; Young Dllllnttr -- f:H; Blood and Black Lac* -- 10:31; Fteih and th« Woman --12:11. xCACTUS: Htro*i of Taltmark -- 7:07, I7;37j Gunman of th« Rio Grind*- t:46. CATALINA: Sound Of Music--2,1. xFIESTA: Ck»*d until Friday. FOX-TUCSON: Itwl* Daisy Clover -1:06, 5:24, »:«; Night of tha Ituana -3:17, 7:3J. LOFT: The Andalutlan Dog--7:», 1:15; Car«s»ed-7:50, »:35. xAAIDWAY: Lord Lev* a Duck-7:07, 11; The Money Trap--»:22. xMIRACLE: Our Man Fllnt-7:OS, 11:05; Fate Is the Hunter-* :15. PLAZA:' Dlot Sabra Jumrnoi -- 1:19, 4:M, t:OH El Oallo CoIera*-3:iO, 6-13, T:«. xPRINCE: Winnie the Pooh-7:07, 11; The Ugly Dachshund -- 7:», 11:30; Disorderly Ord*rly-»:30. xRODEO: Uovt and Kisses -- 7:07; Cincinnati Kid -- »:W; Secret of My Success -11:0*. xJ2nd *TREET: Rare Breed -- 7:10, Wtiert Dt Spies Ara-9:0f. x--Drlvt-ln theaters. --NOGALES BUS SERVICE" 1 Ortrhtvml Trmlnal TW-W1 leave TUVSWN for hOOALes 7:Mu MI, 11:11 A.M. 4. 11:11, lilj Jilt, t:H, »:tt, 1:15, ItiM P.M. leave NOGALES for TUCSON 1-M, »:15, 1»:H, 11:11 A.M. A 1:11 !;«*, !t*. «!**/ 1:11, 11:1* r.M. Paylos' CLIFF HOUSE 5821 N. ORACLE f 0. NOW OPEN for Luncheons and Dinners Fran 11 A.M, to 1 AJtf. Catering to Private Parties From 2» to 1ft Cltttd Monday DANCING NIGHTLY to ANDRE t PH11 Phone 217-2211 or M7-2202 for ReMrvatiooB RoilU Arenat-- "DIGS SABRA JUZGARNOS" Alto Ic Lovely Color "EL GALLO COLORADO" Mlgual Aceve« Mejia THURSDAY SPECIAL Baked Meat Loaf with Mushroom Sauce Cut Com, Roll or Muffin. Coffee or Tea ..... ... EA 5-5116 X 75 e 1141 N. ALVERNON N. OF SPEEDWAY Suit. * HWWiy 11:N It 1:01 POLYNESIAN LUAU Every Wednesday Evening ROAST UAHI BAR-B-Q Suckling Pig MAUI ChickM All the Trimmings 3.95 Plus Our Gourmet Menu Piano Bar Monday Thru Saturday CLIFF MANOR 5WO N. Oracle MOTOR HOTEl Golfing--Par Three CY 7-1111 OPENIMG TONITE 1-WEEK ONLY tht PAUL DINO Show DIRECT FROM las Vegas 4 SHOWS NIGHTLY 8-9:30-10:45-12 Restaurant Lounge 305 BENSON HIGHWAY (on the Freeway) RESERVATIONS: 1244411 Open 7 NIfthta A Week 17 W.C*ngr«w SI. · MA3-?4f1 FREE PARKING AFTER S P.M. OPEN 12:41 P.M. DAILY HELD OVER 2nd WEEK 3 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS The story of what they did to a kid... Natalie WOOD CHRiStOPHer pLummer IN A PAKULA-MULUGAN PRODUCTION insioe Daisy ciover the tain Pum-Scwtey t» GMIS UWBffiT-FKxiacri I? «.«! 1 PWlW-OneW by HOT IM.UGAH MNAVWON^TICHNtCOlOII* FHOM WMWUIMO8. I PLUS OUR NEW CO-FEATURE Richard Burton Ava Gardner "THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA" GATES OPEN :» P.M. Starts 1st DRIVE IN 22nd Belvedere 795-1377 TONIGHT SHOWING 22nd ST DRIVE-IN THEATRE JAMES STEWART MATCHES HIS "SHENANDOAH" POWER WITH ADVENTURE THAT TAKES ON THE RAW WEST! MAUREEN OM-BRIANKEUH JMSSTtWM · PANAVISION* PLUS--Thot Secret Agent That Tokei You Where the Spies Are From Russia. Beirut.londoaRomB and Byblos with LOVE) M-G-M BAR-B-QUJE .SANDWICH THURSDAY ONLY ^ All DONUTS 002. COUNTY FAIR International Restaurant · 5570 E. 22nd St. AT CRAYCROFT OUR MAN FLINT IS IN TUCSON STARTS TONIGHT ftatvlar Prktt Children 11 * UMer Fret Gaits OHM *;* P.M. THE MAIM WHO MAKES NO MISTAKES! JAMES mm LEE icon GILA GOLAN ARD MULtiAHE Mnl H Ml M -InM JTMEl MI · So«* t) Ml WUC * K JIM COLOR by DELUXE* CINEMASCOPE Plus An Outstanding Suspense Thriller! GLENN FORD mm RODTAY1 HUNTIR you can meet in person THE INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED Downfdwn--1:30 fo 3:00 p.m. Thursday M/dfown--3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday FREE De Grasia prints personally autographed by the artist when you open $100 account . · . SEE $175,000 showing of paintings-1966 De Grazia collection closing Friday. This is your opportunity to meet and talk with the famous De Grazia, Tucson's own outstanding contribution to the contemporary art world . . . Thursday, 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.--Downtown office. Friday, 3:30 fo 4:30 p.m. at our Midtown office, Fifth and Alvernon. If you have reserved a free De Grazia print by opening a $100 account, you may have it autographed by the artist in person. A few of these prints are still available. The exhibition of the $175,000 collection of De Grazia oil paintings-including the $50,000 "Los Ninos" and two "25,000 paintings--will close Friday. To see the entire collection, visit all three Bank of Tucson offices. We sincerely hope you have enjoyed this great art exhibition, and that you will be our guests at De Grazia's in person reception on Friday afternoon. B l / \ ( "T^ . " ^ C ;ink°r lucsoii MIDTOWN East 5th at Alvernon DOWNTOWN 143 North Stone WEST TOWN 1552 West St, Mary's Road Member F.D.I.C, THIS FILM WILL SHOCK YOU, YES! TUtr, will bt no Illustrations in tht ads for thii wttkt film! (breed Plus Shart Plbn by DaK S H O W S T Oil AY ; \ * j OF JULIE ANDREWS CHRISTOPHER PLUMM MiHMM (WU.I _, $UOi 11.00 «·«"« (S.I..S.H,., H.U.IJJ.W t FIRST TUCSON SHOWING STARTS TONIGHT Co-Feature "GUNMAN OF RIO GRANDE" In Color BEAT HJBHXPtOSrc SHATTERS THE FROZEN NORTH! Two men like sticks of dynamite... snaring the same burning, hate... the same fiery woman... and the same impossible mission ACTUAL.^ filmed where it happened! AMAZING... excitement beyond comparel COLUMBIA PICTURES fttm AfiENtON FILM PRODUCTION KIRK DOUGLAS RICHARD HARRIS .ANTHONY MANN'S THE HEROES CKumg ULU Screenplay by IVAN MOFFATand BEN BARZMAN PANAVISIOirCOUIMBIA COLOR 1ST TUCSON SHOWING STARTS TONIGHT 1969 WAS ihe ycAR of Th t pussycAT 1966 IS THE YEAR OF THE DUCK! GEORGE AXELROD5 AN ACT OF PURE AGGRESSION ·tt«rtBOODVMcDOV«M.L/T«ESDAYWEU3/LOL*ALBRlGMT/fc«ARTTNWEST «nd RUTH SOROON ««»«** fry LARRY K JOHNSON «no eeowae AXCLROO rnm uw NMI »y AU H1NE /rrMm* M DmcM ty CEOftSE AXELHOO M-«!e »» NEAL MEfTI / RXtuM mm UNITED ARTISTS -- COMPANION FEATURE -- Nick A«»m "YOUNG DILLINOIR" "WAR IS HELL" "FLESH AND THE WOMAN Tonight--Adult Entertainment 4 Features-$1.50 Carload S flMION HOUSE OF GLAMOROUS MODELS BOMS A TERROR HOUSE OF BL(M' STARTS TONIGHT-3 FEATURES *1.50 CARLOAD-ALL KV COLOR Stella Stevens-Shirley Jones--Honor Blackman STEVE EDWAROR ANff MCOUEEN-.ROBINSON-MAR6RET. KARLHALDEN-TUESDAYWEIO · A UWTIK MKSOHOFF PRODUCTIOI wMETROCOUm NOW 3RD WEEK WALT DISNEY'S "THE UGLY DACHSHUND" Plus "WINNIE THE POOH" Plus Jerry lewis "DISORDERLY ORDERLY" All In Color HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW? Faster, healthier if you follow Saturday garden tips in the CITIZEN

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