Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 38
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PAGE 38 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, APRtL 29,"'1961 Secretary Arrive* In Turkey ,. - · - - * ' JSTANBULi' Turkey--UH-Air Force - Secretary Eugene Zuckert arrived last night for talks * with Premier Ismet Jnonu and other Turkish officials. Advertisement FREE MODEL! CORDLESS HEARING AID .ELMSFORD, N.Y. (Special)The. famed .acoustic engineers of Sohotohe , Corporation have developed the. smallest hearing aid Sonbtdne ever made to help the deafened -- in fact, it's one of the world's; smallest! * Everything is worn in the ear for cordless hearing. There are po outside cords, tubes or wires, ijjothing is worn anywhere .dse except in the ear. 5 To prove the new "Wisp-Ear"® Can be worn in the ear, a limited number of plastic replicas are Available FREE to examine in privacy. Those with hearing problems are urged to use the coupon below to obtain a replica which is the same size as the actual Monotone, I This new hearing aid marvel climaxes 83 years of Sonotone research devoted to solving hearing problems. Now you can see for yourself just how small the "Wisp-Ear" is and how easily it can be worn. · The actual "Wisp-Ear" weighs less than 1/5 of an ounce, including tiny battery, and is smaller ui diameter than a dime. ' See an actual-size replica, yours free while they last. No cost or obligation. r WRITE TODAY I HOUSE OF HEARING | 47 E. Jackson St., Tucson, Ariz. i Send me free replica of | Smallest Sonotone Hearing Aid. Name Street City .. Zone...State. IN DU BROW'S VIEW 'J. · , - . . ' Little New Was Added By Report On Gambling BY RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD--UPI-- Having been blindly subservient to ratings for years, who better than network television to present a report on legal gambling? . This subject, "The Business of Gambling," occupied NBC- TV for an hour last night in Registration Set For FaU Term At FW Registration of youngsters who will enter kindergarten and first grade in Flowing Wells School District next fall has been set for Friday afternoon at the Douglas Elementary School. Classroom visits also will be arranged at that time. Parents are asked to bring their children's birth certificates for proof of age. A child must be 5 years old by Dec. 31, 1963, to enter kindergarten, and 6 by that date to enter first grade. The registration, scheduled for 3 to 4:40 p.m., is for new first graders and is not required of children already attending kindergarten classes in F l o w i n g Wells public schools. There also wil' be a panel discussion on preparation for kindergarten. Participating will be kindergarten teachers, school administrators, a school nurse and a parent. The Douglas School is at 3302 N. Flowing Wells Road. *new HEALTH! VITALITY! TUCSON'S ON1Y HEALTH STU 010 OFFERING... at Tto Zxtba, Coat AND ENJOY UfXORyATMODEST COST at 7ledi(wUM MEN'S STUDIO OPEN DAILY WOMEN'S STUDIO OPEN DAILY CALL NOW, MA 4-6831 HEALTH STUDIOS 120 S. 6th Avenue Separate Studios for Men arid Women Open * to I Dally the form of a case history documentary about four Maryland counties with legalized slot machines for a decade. By location shooting and interviews, the "White Paper" program offered the subject's antiquated pro and con arguments, w h i c h ain't exactly man-bites-dog. And though the selectivity and editing seemed -to side with the anti- legal-gambling f o r c e s , the probe emerged rather tooth- with more bark than less, bite. As with most television documentaries, the hour mainly gave us a mere pictorial version of a matter that is well- worn, and produced little significant reporting to add to that of the printed press. Unless television documentaries offer something new in meaty material or technique, they do better to concentrate on an individual t h a n an overall look if they are to dramatize a situation with supreme effect. The same network, for instance, this season had a wonderful s t u d y of child adoption by following a single family. Last n i g h t everything brought forth was of an entirely expected nature: The shots of the slot machine users, the arguments about whether smaller t a x e s are worth it when they depend on gambling, the different views on morality and alleged political corruption. The production, though polished, seemed emasculated by not delving more fully into the arguments about where nationwide gambling monies may or may not eventually go. It is no small point. Added timeliness certainly could have been achieved by bringing up the current debate over possible lowering of federal income taxes, and linking it with such matters as a national lottery. And there was hardly.any attempt to go into a really serious and delicate point: How to allow legally for the human desire to gamble--now illegal in m a n y disputable forms--and yet to avoid having the ethics of the gambler become that of lenient communities. The ethics of cheap glamor do not, of course, come only from gamblers. They come, among other p l a c e s , from some entertainment series on television networks. Hirohito 62 Today TOKYO -- #) -- Emperor Hirohito informed his ancestors that he is 62 years old today and then received more than 130,000 Japanese who waved Rising Sun flags and shouted "Banzai" (long live). A believer in Shinto, the emperor began his birthday anniversary by visiting a shrine on the palace grounds to report the occasion to his ancestors. In the following 6y 2 hours, the emperor mounted a dais in the palace grounds seven times to receive visitors, including scores of Americans, who trooped across the niju- bashi (double bridge) and up the long, winding gravel paths to see the imperial family. The emperor's birthday is a national holiday. Bad Driver . . . 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Lucy (Lucille Ball) goes on an adventure kick and buys a boat, only to get to the middle of the lake and have it spring a few ieaks. Vivian Vance costars. (Channel 13) 7:00 P.M. DANNY THOMAS. Hans ; Conried is on tonight as Danny's uncle Tonoose, who has a lot of plans for the Williams family. Danny is determined to oppose him, by bringing in his older brother, Uncle Tufik (played by Danny). Marjorie Lord, Rusty Hamer and Angela Cartwright costar. (Chanel 13) 7:30 P.M. ANDY GRIFFITH. Andy marries a young couple, then finds that the bride, Charlene, is being courted by one Ernest T. Bass. Margaret Ann Peterson is featured as Charlene and Don Knotts costars as Deputy Fife. (Channel 13) 8:00 P.M. STONEY BURKE. "A Girl Named Amy." Stoney is persuaded to judge a college rodeo, and one of the girls mistakes his affections for romantic interest. Also, she's the sister of one of his friends. Jack Lord stars with Warren Oates, Robert Dowdell and Bill Hart. (Channel 9) 9:00 P.M. BEN CASEY. 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(1956) David Wayne, Keenan Wynn.\ Indiana farmer, with gold fever madness, deserts his wife and child for prospecting in California, Poor. (Channel 9) 11:15 P.M. MOVIE. "Sunday Punch." (1942) William Lundigan, Jean Rogers. Prize-fighter's routine upset when girl enters boarding house. Poor. (Channel 4) To Celebraie Our 50lh Anniversary A $ 50 COURSE for 10 Now at All Arthur Murray Studios This extraordinary Introductory course is offered because we want you to see for yourself how quickly and easily you can learn the new interesting dance steps. This unusual offer will prove to you that, even if you've never danced before, you'll be able to go dancing after one or two lessons when you put yourself in the competent hands of an expert Arthur Murray Teacher. Visit one of the attractive Arthur Murray Studios and enjoy the friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Learn the Fox Trot, Cha-Cha, Twist, Waltz, or any step you like. Don't put it off-you'll be so glad you came in! 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KCUB (1290)--Adult music, Mutual news on the houi and half hourj 24 hours daily. KMOP (1330)--Country and Western music, oews on the hour and half hour; 5 a.m. to sunset. KTUC (1400)--ABC and Arizona Network programs, adult music, sports, news on the hour; continuous. KOLD (1450) -- CBS programs, standard-popular music, sports, news on the hour, 5:30 a.m.-midnight KAJR '1490}--Music an( ? reli £ious programs, news. KFIF (1550)--Adult music, news headlines; sunrise to sunset. KFMM-FM (99.5)--Classical and light popular music, news on the hour through the day; continuous; KSOM-FM (92.1)--STEREO--Arizona FM Stereo Network *me arts programs 8 a.m. to midnight; opera 2:30 Jaunday. SPECIAL PROGRAMS TONIGHT 5:M KTAN--Monitor Tucson KFIF--World Tomorrow 5:30 KTAN--Morgan Beatlv KCUB--Stern Sports 5:45 KOLD-News 4:H KOLD-CBS ThB World Today KTUC-Sjiorts «:I5 KSOM--The World Tod»» «:15 KCUB--Fullon Lewis Jr. *:30 KCUB--Stern Sparti KTUC--Fred Flnnsy 7:00 KAIR-F»mIly Bible Stdy. 7:» KOLD--Manny Ornelat 1:60 KTUC--·fcdward Morgan tCCUB--Patrick Sportl 11:30 KCUB--Gab-re Heatter 11:H KOLf--Starlight s ym . TOMORROW 5:45 KTUC--Chapel In Desert 7i«0 KCUB--Stern Sport« KTUC-- News 7:30 KTAN--World Roundup KAIR--Have Faith In God KFIF--Internat'l Gospel Lee 7:41 KOLD--News KAIR--Bible Institute 7:55 KTUC--Point of Law I:N KTU?~ Frar ) K Hemingway KAIR--Family Bible Stdy. KFIF--20th Cent. Reformat!1:30 KAIR--Haven of Rest Vi30 KAIR--Faith For Our Ci» TONIGHT KTUC-- News-Ffnney KFIF-- Faith For Our Day It: 00 KOLD-- News Godfrey IBiSI KFIF-- Allen Revival HoUf . KTUC-- Newspapsr of Air KOLD-- News-Llnkleliir 17:05 KTUC-- Don McNelll KCUB-- Arlone Francis KOLD-- Garry Moort NOON KCUB-News-Fulton Lewi* KTUC-- Fred Flnney 1J-JO KTAN-Newi KTUC-- Paul Harvty llH KTAN-Chet Hunlley lit* KTAN-- David Brlnklty KCUB-PatrU Sport* 4:M KTAN-Newn 4:5f KTUC-New» BASEBALL, Los Angeles at New York. (KTUC, 1400) TUESDAY 4*45 ^* 1VT BASEBALL. San Francisco at'Philadelphia. (KOLD, 1450) «££ SLIPCOVERS With Each Upholstery Job CROWN Both Sofa (hair REUPHOLSTERED Completely Rebuilt. Better than NEW with Beautiful Decorator Fabrics. """"FOR FREE ESTIMATE 1 MA 3-6464 Out-of-town Call CoHecf-Our Decorators | Will call at Your Home-No oblisatlon. Fab- $1 PROM KVOA-NBC KUAT-UofA KGUN-ABC KOLD-CBS channel 4 channel 6 channel 9 channel 13 All work done locally (not out of town) in our modern factory, come in and see for yourself. UPHOLSTERY CARPET 193 E. Toole NOBODY BUT NOBODY UNDERSELLS CROWN Nothing Down, No Payment Until June On Approved Credit MON. NIGHT 5:00 p.m. 4 Women's Report-NBC Newi 9 Popeye-RockvlFrlends 13 Tim McCoy-Cronklte News 5:30 p.m. 4 Weather-Sports-News 6 Geology 9 Amos 'n Andy 13 News-Wealher-Sports 6:00 p.m. 4 Yogi Bear Geology (repeat) 9 Guestward Ho 13 Mickey Mouse Club 6:30 p.m. 4 Monday Night at the Movies 6 Profile: 9 Dakotas 13 Lucille Ball 7:00 p.m. 4 Monday Night at the Movlsj « Chlldren-"What's New" 9 Dakotas 13 Danny Thomas 7:30 p.m. 4 Monday Night at the Movies 5 American Economy 9 Rifleman 13 Andy Griffith 8:00 p.m. 4 Monday Nloht at the Movies i Pablo Casals 9 Stoney Burke 13 Password 8:30 p.m. 4 Monday Night at the Movies 6 Perspectives 9 Stoney Burke 13 Stump the stars 9:00 p.m. 4 Monday Night at the Movies 6 Perspectives 9 Ben Casey 13 To Tell the Truth 9:30 p.m. 4 David Brlnkley Journal 6 Campus News-Sign Off 9 Ben Casey 13 I've Got a Secret 10:00 p.m. 4 News-Weather-Tonight Show 9 Panorama 9 13 Nltetlne News-Steve Alien 10:30 p.m. 4 Tonight Show 9 Theater 9 13 Allen 11:00 p.m. 4 News-Sports-Big Movl* 9 Theater 9 13 Steve Allen Show 11:30 p.m. 4 Big Movie 9 Theater ? 13 Steve AlletvNews-Weatner 12:00 midnight 4 Big Movie 9 News 13 News-Weather-Mahalia TUES. MORNING 6:00 a.m. 13 TestTunes-MahuMa (4:15) 6:30 a.m. 4 Continental Class 13 College of the Air MONDAY P.M.--TUESDAY TUCSON TV NOTICE: Information in this Dial is provided by the IV stations. The Citizen assumes no responsibility tor errors caused by last-minute changes. (c) · Denotes Color Program TBA · To Be Announced 7:00 a.m. ·4 Today Show · 13 Captain Kangaroo 7:30 a.m. 4 Today show 9 Bulletin Board-Dally Word 13 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 a.m. * Say WHen-News 9 Cartoons-Mornlns Movl» 13 Calendar 8:34) a.m. I Play Your Hunch (c) 6 TPS Classes 9 Morning Movie 13 I Love Lucy 9:00 a.m. 4 Price Is Right NBC 6 TPS Classes 9 Morning Movie (Continued) 13 Lloyd Bridges Show 9:30 a.m. 4 Concentration NBC 6 TPSCIassej 9 Morning Movie-Editorial 13 Marshall Dillon 10:00 a.m. 4 Your 1st Impression TPS Classes 9 Romper Room 13 Love of Lifc-Newi 10:30 a.m. 4 Truth or Consequences-News TPS Classes 9 Seven Keyes 13 Search Tomorrow-Guld, LlaM 11:00 a.m. 4 News-Dfvorce-Mayers Report 6 TPS Classes 9 Tennesse Ernie Ford Show 13 Visiting with Virginia 11:30 a.m. 4 Mayers Report 6 TPS Classes 9 Father Knows Best 13 As the World Turni TUES. AFTERNOON 12:00 noon 4 Ben Jerrod-Newa * TPS Classes 9 General Hospital 13 Password 12:30 p.m. 4 The Doctora 6 TPS Classes 9 Bingo 13 Houseparty 1:00 p.m. 4 Loretta Young 4 TPS Classes 9 Day In Court-Report 13 To Tell the Truth-Newt 1:30 p.m. 4 You Don't Say 9 Jane Wyman Show 13 Millionaire 2:00 p.m. 4 The Match Game-News 9 Queen for a Day 13 Secret Storm 2:30 p.m. 4 Make Room for Daddy 9 Who Do You Trust? 13 Edge of Night . 3:00 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour 9 American Bandstand 13 Our Miss Brooks 3:30 p.m. 4 TV Movlo Hour 9 Discovery 'S3- Youth Newt 13 December Brldt 4:00 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour 9 Marshal KGUN 13 People Are Funny 4:M p.m. 13 Lift of Rlley 5:00 p.m. 4 Women's Report-NBC Ntw* ,» Popeye-RockyiFrlend. 13 Tim McCoy-Cronkltd Newt 5:30 p.m. 4 News-Weather-Sports Report * School-Community Health 9 Amos 'n Andy 13 News-Wealher-Sporti AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR DIRECTORY Any 6Cyl. 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