WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Medicinal drint 7 California peak. S3 Refevant. 15 Table decor. 16 Stage direction, 17 Introduces from Â·without. 18 Cuttlefish'* protection. 19 Make soaking wet, 21 Parts of yards. 22 Friday: Abbt. 24 Nursery ihynw eater. 26 Long tcarfi. 29 Luck: Anglo- Irish. *0 Dance step: Fr. 33 Autocrat. 34 Bursting into flame. 36 Issue. 38 Type of battery. 39 Happening. 41 Mend a seam. 42 Farmer's crop. 43 To be, in Paris. 44 Rods for sharpening knives. 45 __ man to another: 2 words. 46 Make inquiries. 47 Manchurian lioundary river. 50 Type of blouse, 52 "Monkey Â»ee, monkey do." 55 Spanish officer. 57 Kind of spray bomb, 60 Ending. 61 Major port on the Avon. 62 Locum --. (temporary substitute). 63 Utters. DOWN 1 Equal: Prefix. 2 Word with house or door. 3 Migration. 4 Positive or negative --, 5 Make a choice, 6 Purely intellectual comprehenÂ» sion. 7 Maugham's middle came. 8 Type of loof. 9 Overhead. 10 Ancestor. 11 Head: Fr. 12 Assistant: Ahbr. 14 Sign of success. 25 Give out. 20 Sea-going initials. 22 Muttot! instrument. 23 Recovers lhÂ» inside. 25 ClaMifitf. 26 Make mrssy. 27 Hot drink. 28 Diagonal rib eÂ£ a Gothic wit. 30 Kind of porridge, 31 Heavenly being, 32 One-dish roeals. 34 Entombing. 35 Bayou. 37 Footatoolf, 40 Noted Army surgeon. 44 Creator of Lord Peter Wimsey. 45 Begin. 47 Account: Abbr. 48 He-man. 49 On. 51 Flatfish. 52 Fictional canine, 53 "Puck of ' Hill." Kipling book. 54 Old cloth measures. 56 Stannum. 58 Long sleeper of folk tale. 59 Suffix in chemistry. yam* 05) UTVMirjJi:ig;iiuMÂ«j^.Â»iui.i=iÂ«i-iBaa Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter ito each square, to form four ordinary words. t ) U'mtl 11 UM* Itf-sun! \IIEYNO LARVEM JUYPOD T HOW THE MATINEE JCOL WAS PAIP. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Jd .^K J (Antwerp tomorrow) BEADLE ARCADE Jumble:: If AVE MOUSE Answer: What tlie playboy ntutician A-neio-- ALL THE BARS IN TOWN 'Today' Will Show Works Of DeGrazia Bullfight paintings of Tucson's famous artist, Ted DeGrazia, will receive nationwide publicity on NBC's "The Today Show" at 7 a.m. Friday, aired locally on Channel 4. The paintings are from his new book about bullfights, "Ah Ha, Toro!" published by Northland Press. The paintings were done from sketches made at bullrings in Nogales and Agua Caliente. 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IN DU BROW'S VIEW Film On Gable Was All Upbeat By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Clark Gable's old movies on the late show look better and better in retrospect. He was forthright, charming, pleasantly confident and attractively manly -- qualities virtually nonexistent among today's alleged movie heroes. Tuesday night, NBC-TV offered an hour documentary about Gable's life, loves and films, and since it was made ; y Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, his old studio, quite naturally it was all very upbeat. Most of the basic material was well-known, but there \vere a few good additions -- an interview with an old flame, some home movies in which Gable cavorted with his third wife Carole Lombard, and a talk with the man who directed the best sentimental movies ever made. Frank Capra. He's another fellow whose old films on the late show look better and better in retrospect. I've seen "It's a Wonderful Life" 10 times, and it still works its magic of laughs, tears and the human comedy. But getting back to Gable: The NBC-TV hour, narrated by Burgess Meredith, had some well-made points. Gable, it noted, was "the ultimate movie hero." His screenwriters, it added, had one basic rule: "he can only be defeated by an act of God." In his dealings with women in films, "he never pleaded for love -- he demanded it." I don't remember any mention being made of those famous big ears that somehow looked just right on him. But there was a reference to "that quizzical, funny smile. 3 ' No one, the program said quite accurately, was ever so assured on a screen. And as one actress interviewed said "You had a sense of a man." The hour focused on Gable's general lack of interest in leading the life of a movie star -and his passion instead for the outdoor, virile life: the ocean, the mountains, the desert. And another well-illustrated point indicated his added depth as an actor after the death in a plane crasii of Miss Lombard and his SHAKEY pizza If your p'vza is perfection, it's from 1060N.CRAYCROFT 106W.DRACHMAN tour of duty in the service in World War II. I suppose there could have been more insight in the Tuesday broadcast, but as usual Gable was able to carry the show by himself, and perhaps his apparent directness and simplicity made the search for complexities not too significant. As a New York newspaper said beautifully about him when he died: he was "as certain as the sunrise." O 0 O Impresario Sol Hurok Tuesday night presented some of the world's greatest musical attractions in a lovely, civilized 90- minute special on CBS-TV. Performing at length, and with hardly any video distractions for viewers, were pianist Artur Rubinstein, violinist David Oist- rakh and the Bolshoi Ballet. It is hardly necessary to comment on their abilities. 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Q The Doctors Stories ot the medical profession. Q Baby Game. Doctor Tips trom a Pediatrician follow a oame ) House Party Art Llnkletter twsts a variety show 1:00 P.M. Q Another World Continuing drama Q General Hospital Serial. Â© Tell the Truth; CBS News Guessing same. 1:30 P.M. 0 You Don't Say anel show. 3 Dark Shadows Mystery narativc Â© Edge of Night Continuing seriej with Lawrence HUQO 2:00 P.M. Q Match Game; NBC News ~| Afternoon Movie "Woman In Hiding" stars Ida Lupino and Howard Duff, a good 1950 drama. (Two nours J CD Secret Storm Problem nlav. 2:30 P.M. Q Movie "Room at Ihe Top," 1Â«9 award-winning orama, stars Laurence Harvey and SI- mona Signoret. (Two hours) CD Telecinema Una hora de telenovolas CD Mike Douglas Show Guest performers appear. (IVi hours) 3:30 P.M. CD Bingo Gams show. 4:00 P.M. 0 Dating Game CD Danny. Thomas Show Humorous series. Â© Merv Griffin Morv ^ wtlcor-.es guest oorsonalltlej. 1V? 4:30 P.M. I Girl Talk Discussion program. ~1 ABC News - Young 5:00 P.M. CD Uncle Bob's Cartoons' Children's urogram O Reports Q News on Nine 5:30 P.M. Q Huntley-Brinkley Report Q Divorce Court Courtroom drama. CD Discotheque; Financial News Tucson area teenagers dance. Business renorf follows. Â© Cronkite with News Evening 6:00 P.M. 0 Weather, Sports, News Q Adventure Camera story titled "Rain forest, diving saucer, elephant balh." CD McHale's Navy McHale and crew lake up residence at headquarters when ousted from their happy home on the Island. Re-Issue. C0 News 6:30 P.M. Q 'Hie Virginian Slacey Grainger (Don Qulne) hollies self- ally after some rough goading by the Virginian (James Drury) and his Uncle Clay (John Mclntlre). Lee Kroeger Â·luest-stars as Slacey's slrl friend. (IVa lours) Q World of Brother Buzz A boy visiting Washington, D.C , becomes lascinaled with trie Army csrcmonial horses. Q Cousteau's Expedition "The Violent World of Ihe Coral Jungle," Is Ihe second In the series o n the five- year underses. expedition of oceanosra- pher Jacques Yves Cousteau. He and his oceanauts record the mystery, beauty and lerrpr of the animal and plant life in the coral reefs. [One hour) CD Gilligan's Island George Barklny takes a dare on a radio contest and is marooned on Gilligan's "opserled" island. Re-issue. Â© Beverly Hillbillies Granny converts Ihe Clampells' truck into an ambulance and opens a medical Â·practice" featuring her old mountain techniques. 7:00 P.M. I What's New The wl(dlile of on Everglades slough is explored by Murl Deusing and camera On Independence Adventure, a new kind of rifle, similar lo that used by Daniel Boone. is examined. CD Stage Eleven "La Dolce Vila" stars Marcello Maslroiam, Walter Santesso, Anita Ef,berg, Anouk Aimee, Lex Barker. This very good 1961 drama depicts Ihe dissolute life ol the bored and wealthy and the mentally sick of modern Rome. Two MIA FARROW fn interview Channel 9, 7:30 p.m. CD Lost In Space The czar ot Ihe galactic iunk market casts covetous eyes on the Jupiter for his collection of space scrap. (One hour) 7:30 P.M. Q Know Your Schools New approaches lo teaching Spanish in Hish School are discussed by Felix Va lencia, a Rlncon High School teacher. Q Now Generation Ryan O'Neal hosts "The Now Gener a|ion" a look at today's youth wtiicn gives an insinht into the attitudes ot the young csople ol today -- what they stand (or, Iheir aspirations and their ideals. Program features an Interview with Mia 8:00 P.M. Q Run For Your Life Kim Darby ouest-jlars In a drama about a young wife who seeks surgery after her husband releets tier. Ben Gausri Mars is Paul Bryan. (One hour) ',1 CENTRAL FIGURES OF THREE SPECIALS" Jacques-Yves Cousteau. Princess Grace, Adolph Hitler Channel 9, 6:30 p.m., 8 p.m., 9 p.m. News In Perspective New York Times newsmen Lester Markel, Tom Wicker ant) Max. Frankel cover such loplcs as: Vietnam, the cities, tra Middle East, and the political scoreboard. (One hour) Monte Carlo "Monte Carlo. . C'EsI La Rose," a lilting tour of Monaco In Ihe company of Princess Grace. Also on the program nre British Comedian Terry-Thomas, French Mars Francolse Hnrdy and Gilbert Be- caud, and the David Winters dancers. (One hour) Jonathan Winters Show Music maker Ray Charles, and Come- d/ome Donna Jean Young join Jonathan tonight along wilh the singing Four King Cousins. (One hour) 9:00 P.M. Music Hall A visil lo America's mosl famous carnival, "Mardl Gras From New Orleans." AI Hirt ib host and Pete Fountain, Lata Cantrell and Peter Gennaro are guest stars. (One hour) Art and Man Renaissance art in Germany is discussed, especially Ihe work of Hans Holbein, Hans Balduna Grien and Albrecht Durer. (One hour) Q Third Reich "The Rise avid Fall of the Third Reich," William L. Shirer's history of Nazi Germany, adapted as a series of three specials, the first of which Is seen tonight. Richard Baseharl Is narrator. This episode is entitled "The Rise to Power," and analyzes the political and economic causes leading to Hitler's assumption o) power. (One hour) CD Gypsy Rose Lee Gypsy greets Lanl Mlyazaki, Nobu McCarthy and Margaret O'Brien. Â© Green Acres Oliver takes Lisa on a vacation to New York a f t e r two years of living on the farm and she has a swinging time. 9:30 P.M. CD News, Weather, Sports Â© He and She Latin romantic Idol Fernando Lamas pnys a middle-of-the-night call on Paula while her husband, Dick. Is out of town on business -- setting Ihe neighborhood tongues In motion. 10:00 P.M. Q News and Weather Q Campus News Q News On Nine CD Command Performance "The Best of Everythina," a very good 1959 drama, stars Hope Lange, StePhe.i Boyd, Suzy Parker and Joan Crawford. If tells of Ihe experiences and Illicit affairs of while collar Madison Avenue set. Â© Niteline News 10:15 P.M. O Tonight Show Carson greets suest celebrities 10:30 P.M Joey Bishop Show; News Dancer Ray Bolger, and Henson Cargill, whose "Skip a Rope" Is among the top POP records, are among Joey's guests tonight (I'/j hours) Â© Perry Mason Repeat: The Case of Malice." (One hour) 11:00 P.M. Movie A romantic drama released In 1957. "Interlude," s t a r s June Aflyson, Rossano Brazzi, Marianne Cook and Keith Andes. An American librarian working in Germany falls in love with a world famous conductor whose mentally III wife talks of suicide. 11:30 P.M. Â© Late Show; News Warner Baxter, Rita Hayworth, Jack La Rue and J. Carrol Nalsh star in "Under the Pampas Moon," a 1935 adventure. A Gaucho leader's horse Is stolen and taken to Buenos Aires for races. He and his band try to seize the horse before it Is shipped to Europe. Johnny _ _ _ (45 minutes) Thursday Morning 5:50 A.M. ) Farm, Ranch Roundup 6:00 A.M. Â© Sunrise Semester College credit courses. 6:30 A.M. Â© CBS News -- Benti 8:55 A.M. Reportaje de Noticias State News 7:01) A.M. Today Show Mews and variety. New gadgets are shown and Kenneth T. Young talks about his book "Negotiating with the Chinese Communists." (One hour) Captain Kangaroo Tne Captain Introduces a baby llama and the cartoon "Pdncho" bcoins. (One hour) 7:25 A . M . Q Thought for the Day Insuirallonal messages. 7:30 A.M. Q Marshal KGUN Locally oroaucea stxjw far kfddles. 8:00 A.M. Q Snap Judgment; News Ed McMahoo hosts same show. B Romper Room Jane Harrison is hostess ot a prooram j fnr Kindergarten-agp children. (Q Candid Camera Comic scenes Reruns 8:W P.M. Â® Beverly Hillbillies ComÂ«dv. Rerur. 8:30 A.M. O Concentration Game Q This Morning Dlonno Warwick and Mellna Mercoori are euests of Dick Cavett on his new 90-minute variety show. 9:00 A.M. CJ Personality uarrv Blvden hosts oame show. (Q Andy of Mayberry Comedy Rerun 9:30 A.M. Q Hollywood Squares Gome snow Â© Dick Van Dyke Comedy, re-run. 10:00 A.M. Q Jeopardy Game Q Bewitched ElnjLeth Montgomery stars (n comedy Reruns Â© Love of Life; CBS News Melodram* with Audrey PÂ«tÂ«rÂ». 10:30 A.M. Q Guess Game; NBC News "1 Treasure Isle jievision's only outdoor gams show Â© Search; Guiding Light Popular serials 11:00 A.M. \ News, Reports -Dick Mayers, Paul Mayer 3 The Fugitive Stories ot a search Rerun. (OnÂ« hour) Â© Password Quiz Game 11:30 A.M. I Make a Deal Game J As the World Turns Conlinuins story with Helen Waqner. Afternoon 12 NOON I Days of Our Lives ama about a prrrtessor-Dhysfclart Q Newlywed Game CD From The Border Dscar Stevens hosfs a variety jticw from Nogales Â© Many Splendored Thing Dally daytime drama 12:30 P.M. Q The Doctors Stories ot the medical profession. Q Baby Game; Doctor Game contest, followed by llpj from Â« pediatrician. Â© House Party Art Linkletler hosts variety program. 1:00 P.M. CJ Another World Continuing drama. Q General Hospital Medical serial Â© Tell the Truth; CBS News Guessins same. 1:30 P.M. O You Don't Say Panel Show ANOUK AIMEE In "La Dolce Vita" Channel 11, 7 p.m. Dark Shadows Mystery narrative. _ Edge ot Night Contlnuina series with Lawrence Huso. 2:00 P.M. Q Match Game; NBC News E) Afternoon Movie lrk Douslas and Milly Vltale appear !n Â·The Jussler," a aocd 1953 drama filmed In Israel, about a luggler who survives Hitler's concentration camps and goes to Israel to find himself. Based on Michael Blankfort's novel. (Two hours) ""* Secret Storm Dally drama. 2:30 P.M. Movie /Female on the Beach" with Joan Crawford and Jeff Chandler Is a gcod 19S5 drama of suspense based on Robert Hill'j play "The Besiened Heart" about a woman who marries a man whom she suspects of wanting to kill her for her money. (Two hours) CD Telecinema Una hara de telenovelas Mike Douglas Show JacK E. Leonard is co-host and guests are Ihe musical group called The Ramsey Lewis Trio, Eunice Shriver (executive vies president ol the J-Js=prt P Ke/i- nÂ«tv foundation), actor-singer Richard Kiley, and Frank Raines ("Mr. Eclo"). M'; hours) 3:30 P.M. CD Bingo Game show. 4:00 P.M. Q Dating Game ffl Danny Thomas Show Comedy, reissue. Â© Merv Griffin Guests are singers Lori RMers and Paul Arua, comedian Stanley Myron Handleman, actor William Holden and Nobel Prize 'winning scientist Dr. James Watson, author of "The Double Helix," controversial account of the discovery of the nature of DNA, the molecule of heredity. 11'/I hours) 4:30 P.M. CJ Girl Talk Virginia Graham moderates a discussion with actress Carol White, actress Nancy Oussault and sinser Rita Gardner. 0 ABC News . . Young QJ Uncle Bob's Cartoons Boo Lovo hosts local children's show. 5:00 P.M. O Reports Q News on Nine 5:30 P.M. O Huntley-Brinkiey Report O Divorce Court Courtroom drama Q) Discotheque; Financial News Tucson area teenagers dance. Peler Huntinqton May hcsfs Business report follows Â© Cronkite with News 5:40 P.M. O Comment; Perspective Hour-long repeat program with New York Times newsmen Lester Markel, Tom Wicker and Max Frankel covering headline stories. Information in these listings is provided by the television networks and local stations. TbÂ« Citizen assumes no responsibility for e r r o r s caused by latÂ« changes in scheduling.
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