Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 26
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PAGE 26 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, K960 CAMP OUT FREE lor the wttk-tRd in the cool pinr country, on the Mo;ollen Kin. VISIT FOOL HOLLOW RANCHES fUNNT KAMI JatrflffKJ SfOT In tht l»»*r( of IK* Silyr#i*ei N»tioml Fertvit, Te acquaint you wiSt the bewty snd drsir- ability of Fool Ko'iew Rjnchts, you're invited to brine thp family zrtd camp out f t e t for the week-end. Brine your iishmf equipment because nearby fco! Hclicw U* is tail cl (ijtitinf trout. Just TJi miles west rf Shew Low on state hiihwiy 160 -- olltce in Show Low, just pas! the Bljktiy station. 5 ACRES only $150 DOWN 2'5 ACRES jusl $50 DOWN $25 per rre. 51755.Wai DRIVE UP OR WRITS FOR DETAILS: SOUTHWEST PROPERTIES ,NC. f.-s;AND ptCK'.IKS WITmS ICJH M*Ct · JJOO NOHIH CEN1IM · C» 1-4354 TV SALE! 3 DAYS ONLY from the Pioneer of Custom-Crafted. 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REPAIRED By Associated Press U t i l i t y poles and trees were !rr- te Yoor Home S3.50 Service Charge Antenna TV Service eatf'd mciat roof off the Davis Equipment Co. building at Apache plrd and several hutldinR.s dam- . J u n c t i o n and partially destroyed appd yesterday by hip.h winds that one wa " of the 40-by-SO foot ce- cnvcred murh of Marirnpa and Pins! counties with a pal! of dust. Swirling gusts of up to 4fl m.p.h. lifted the roofs off two frame buildings at I I Mile Corner V7\.t Vlb.« XjflfMJJi 7-8312 SOCIAL INTRODUCTIONS (Not a Lonely Hearts Club) A service dedicated to refined ladies ft gentlemen wishing to meet same. Legitimate, immediate remits with ALICE ABBOTT. Your hostess since 1942. Escorts. Private -Licensed-AX 8-0901. in Final County and downed at lea.st a dozen power polos on the 11 Mile Corner road. ; The winds also took the rorru- McKiiiney Quits Post As Chairman j Real estate operator Dan C, j McKinney confirmed yesterday he j has resigned as legislative sub: committee chairman of the Citi- ; zens Advisory Redevelopment '. Committee for Urban Renewal. ; McKinney said he withdrew in a : letter sent to Mayor Don Hummel I Mar. 19 when he learned that I "legislation satisfactory to the I Arizona League of Cities and j Towns has already been prepared 1 1 and introduced into the Legislature." "I felt that rny job-- if I had any --was finished," McKinney said. "I was not consulted on this legislation. "While mcnt block structure. j Numerous smaller buildings, in-! rluding several carports, were damaged. ' High winds struck Chandler j early today, rippinj: off tho roofs j of two buildings and knocking out j electric power for 21 minutes. The gusts stripped the roof from the Holsum Bread Co. storage, building and blew off a large section of the roof on a building owned by Allison Steel Co. Four cotton trailers were flipped over and a 40-foot electric power pole was blown down. There were no injuries. Alice Jones In U. N. Oratory Test Alice Jones will represent Tucson in the United Nations Pilgrimage of Youth Oratorical contest in New York next month. Miss Jones, a Catalina High School junior, is the daughter of Mrs. Lou Ella Jones, 2841 E. Monle Vista Dr. She will be among 800 delegates from the United States and Canada to compete for the speech - , , . _ , - . . , , , .award. T h e group will leave j have not studied it carefully. And j from Dsnver June n fJr a three . , I do not want, to give it my rub- \ weekj al i. Expense paid trjp . I do not oppose the measure as it was presented, I ber stamp endorsement." A stop will be made in Wash_ , . . . i .nv'J.' H i l l L/C J l l a u r j j McKmncy was one of f,vr sub-,; , D C w , h committee chairmen named laslj w i | 1 ^ met by fl represen f a °;! eP of the President. Dec. 17 by Mundey Johnston, chairman of the main committee Of more than 80 civic leaders appointed to help city officials plan and carry out urban renewal and slum clearance. The other subcommittee chairmen are Gordon D. Paris, finance; Fred Finney, public in- j fprmation; Mrs. Donald Schell, relocation; and Schuyler Liningcr, planning. Liningcr's group is expected to report July 1 on planning done by four study groups, Johnston said They will continue from there to .New York City for a six-day stay. Miss Jones was selected to represent the city after winning an oratorical contest sponsored by the Rebekah and Odd Fellows lodges in April. 6 Calalina Sludents Win Science Awards __ ^ M I _ Honorable mention awards from today"'One "wlircovcra"'conven"i^ e F u t u r e Scientists of America tjon and recreation hall, churches Foundation have been received by j and schools; another, light indus- S1X Ca 'a''na High School students. Edith Catlin was winner of a chemistry award. Biology awards went to Melanie Roberts, Casper Grouse III, William McClelland, Robert Hoffman and Peter Voris. third, commercial building; fourth residential construe- try; a and a tion. After these findings are correlated and relayed to the mayor and City Council, Johnston said, the relocation, finance and public information committees will swing into action. Palmistry Readings Help f o l v e and overcome p r o b - Icms. Readings ·*· l u r e satisfaction. Bring *d for reduction. 4510 S. tth Av«u 1 a.m. to 10 p.m. SUMMER SPECIAL TV SERVICE GUARANTEED S3.50 Day Night ATLAS EA 7-4518 TONIGHT 7:00 p.m. -- BOXING. Welterweights Emile Griffith and Jorge Fernandez dash in a scheduled 10-round match from New York's St. Nicholas Arena. (Channel 4) LUCY-DESI. In "Lucy Meets Milton Berle," the wacky one schemes to have the comedian appear in a PTA benefit. (Cnannel 13) 8:00 p.m. -- SACCO - VANZETTI. Part I in this two-part dramatization of the controversial case in which two Italian radicals were convicted of the holdup murders of two men in South Braintree, Mass., in 1920. Martin Balsam and Steven Hill top the cast. Ben Grauer narrates. (Channel 4) 77 SUNSET STRIP. "The Silent Caper," written and acted by Roger Smith, formerly of Nogales and a University of Arizona graduate, contains sound effects but no dialogue. (Channel 9) 8:30 p.m.--PERSON TO PERSON. Charles Collingwood visits singer Ella Fitzgerald and actor Robert Stack. (Channel 13) 9:00 p.m.-THE DETECTIVES. "Shot in the Dark" is a rerun of the one in which our copper, while patrolling a dark alley, is somewhat startled when a young boy pulls a gun on him. Robert Taylor stars. (Channel S) 10:15 p.m.--MOVIE. Bette Davis shows how "The Bride Came C.O.D." (1941) (Channel 9) 10:45 p.m.--MOVIE. Jean Sim mons is involved in "The Clouded Yellow." (English, 1950) (Channel 13) 11:00 p.m.--MOVIE. W a l l a c e Beery makes like "The Man from Dakota." (1938) (Channel 4) SATURDAY 10:45 a.m.--BASEBALL. Boston Red Sox vs. the New York Yankees. (Channel 13) 11:15 a.m.--BASEBALL. Cincinnati Reds vs. the Milwaukee Braves. (Channel 4) 12:53 p.m.--BASEBALL. St. Louis Cardinals vs. the San Francisco Giants. (Channel 9) 5:15 p.m.--HORSE RACE. The 523,000-added Hollywood Express from California's Hollywood Park. (Channel 13) DO FALSE TEETH Rock. Slide or Slip? FASTEETH. »n Improved powfier to be iprlntoed on upper or lower plates, holds lajse teeth more firmly In place. 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Sone-Llfellne KTVT Haul Pnmf KCTre Srvt» TJwH-Marlr Carpe KTKT Nnv»-Al«n .Tny KMOP Nw»-Jn)iinon.SI«n.OK KATR Jf*lr"v HvrV SHOW KTAN Tl.irli tn th«* Blhlt KCVT "Raul Gnmrr KCFE Mairtc Csnvt KTKT Ainu J»v ?how " KCUB HHTITIV r m v Show KT"r: rinnrv-Mn?l(--n«lT KOL«T5 TT^TTnon-Ornri*R KAITl J"hn"v Hvf". Show 7-no p.m. KTAN TJ«!wr-no»Tv.Tr««nfr KCEl? News-Maulc Crrppt TCTl-CT TCrws-Alan.Tav K^"! 7 ^ T)nrin v P^'- SHOW KTT1C Wnnrr Mtlortlrn KOLD Manny Orn^»« KATR Glerm Ad»m» Show 7:30 p.m. KTAN Newn-Mnnltor WCVT Pl«n Off KCEE Sltm Off KTKT Alan Jiv Shnw KCT7B Ron Irvln Show JCTtTC I^wls-Hralcr-Sttrn-Ha KOLP U(fA Base-bull KATR G'rnn At"*Tri« Show 8:00 p.m. KTAN favalcnrlr of Srtl. KTKT Npw«-Alar .tav ; KfUB Ron trvln Show KTTir Partv Unc ! KO1.T) VnlA r.a.l~hall KATFl G'-nn Arta-n5 Show S:SO p.m I KTAN Cavalrnrtr of Sets. KTKT Alan ,T»v Show KCTIP Kon Irvin Show KTTJC Now«-WOTlri Today KOLn ITnfA Basrhall KATR Glenn Adams Show C:(K1 p.m KTAN New^-Boh Wacnrr | KVOA-NBC channel 4 KUAT-U of A channel S KGUN-ABC channel 8 KOLD-CBS channel 13 PRI. MfiHT 5:00 p.m. o Marshal Kav a^Tir IS Gardrn Tins Don? Edwf. 5:30 p.m 4 WMthrr-Sports-Nfws Kin Tm Tin 13 Sheriff Of Cochis* fi-oo p.m. 4 ,1«ff .« Collir 9 Ttx»s Hangm 13 News. «» Spin fi-30 n.m. 4 -Masoticradc Party * Test Pattern 9 Walt IMsn'v Prrscntl : IS Hotel De Parre ,"-nn p.m 4 Friday Merit FisMs fi TEA !3 TVriln PlayhoU-wf l-.W p.m. 6 Man From Blurhhawk IS rsilu Playiimj?? KTKT News-Alan Jay KCUB Ron Irvln Show KTUC Frankly Record! KOLD ITofA Baseball KAIR Gary Palant Show 9:30 p.m. KTAN Budweiser Best Sellers KTKT Alan Jay Show KCUB Ron Irvln Show KTTTC News-Frankh- Hecordi KOLT) TJofA Baseball KATR Gary Palant Show 10:00 p.m. KTAN Local Nivs-Bost Sellers KTKT Alan Jay Show KCTTB Ron trvln Show KTHr New^-FVan^lv Recordj KOin TTof A Baseball KATR Gari- Palanl Show 10:30 p.m. KTAN Bndwclser Brrt Scllen KTKT Alan .lav Show Kf*T T H Ron Trvin Show KTUC nancr Party KOLH TtitrhfifWRcpoHfT KAIR Gary Palant. Show 11:00 p.m. KTAN Loral Nws-Best Sellers KTKT Alan Jay Show KCITB Kon Trvin Show KTUC Silver Norttim* KOLT) CBS Varirty KATR Gary Palant Show 11:SO p.m. KTAN Nlnhtbral KTKT Alan Jay Show KCUB Strictlv Collpslat* KTUC Kilvi-r Nortumf KOLt CB,B V»-lety-Nfwl KAIR Gary Palant Show 12:00 m i d n i g h t KTAN Stun Off . KTKT Nrws-Davi" Nelson KCUB Strictly Colltrltu KTUC Fields Follir« KOLT) Ncws:Sien Off KATR D'"1 KUbum 12:30 a.m. KTKT Tiqvr Nc'son Show KCDB Strictly Collej1«t« KTUC Fields Follle- 'KATR Tola' '.Ivlnr Ne»-l 1:90 a.m. KTKT T)t, V p Nelson Show KCUB Slim Off KTUC Fields Follll« KATR XMIvrn (till «) 1:30 a.m. KTKT Tlavc Nelson (til '(11 KTUC Fields Follle* 'all night KATB Totnl Llvine News SAT. M O R N I N G 4:00 n.m. · KTAN L» Hora Mextoni KTKT Dave Nelson-Newt KTUC Field' Follies KATR Dud Kilburn 4:30 *.m. KTAN L» Hora Mex1rsn« KTKT Dave Nelson Show KTUC FiclJs Follies KATR Total Llviniz News 5:00 s.m KTAN tjl Hora Mexlrjna KTKT Dave Nelson Show KMOP Sinn On-B Clayton KTI'C Fields Fillies KAIH Dud Kilburn 5-30 a.m. KTAN L» Hora Mexicans KKVT Slun On KMOP Foot P i t t i n ' Music KTKT Davp Nelson Show KTUC Follies-Chapel KOT.D Manny Omelas K A f B Total LIvinK New* S:00 p.m 4 Sacco-VanzetTl Story " Ps'ternsof Life B 77 Sunset Strip 1.1 Twill stit Zcne 4 Sacco-Vanzettl Story S P,-tr!fied River 9 TTSunstt K t r l n 13 Person to Person flrfln p.m. 4 Border Patro' R Xra-j-Sirn Off S The DeteeHvM 13 Rawhir"- fl-SO p.m 4 Mike Hammer 9 Black Saddle 13 Rawhide 10-0*1 p.m. Kews-Wea-Juclt Pair 9 Panorama-F.arlv Show 13 Death Valley Days 10:30 p.m. 4 Jack P»ar Show ; u (K) p.m. 4 BIB Mnvir 9 Early Shotv 13 Theatrr '3 11:30 p.m 4 Bis Movie 9 Early Show j 13 Theatre 13 12:63 Midnight * Bif Movie-New* RADIO DIAL Stations ire responsible for all program HstincJ. KFMM (99.5 me.) 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KTKT News-Chris Murry KCEE News-Showcas» KCTJB Jim Malie KMOP Mws-Bob Wolfr KTUC Saturday Records KOLD Ncwr-Platters KAIR Marc Avery Show 10:30 a.m. KTAN Local News-Monitor KEVT Claudio Jlmenex KCEF. Showcase KTKT Alan Jay Show KCUB Jim Maize KMOP foot Pattin' Musio KTUC News-Sat. Becordi KOLD Prize Platters KAIR Marc Avery Show 11:00 a.m. KTAN Local News-Monitor KEVT Kaul Gamez KCEE News-S'howcai* KTKT News-Alan Jay Show KCTTB HI FI Cluh KMOP News-Bob Wolfe KTUC Roc. Dept.-Warm Up KOLD News-Music KAIH Glenn Adams Show 11:30 a.m. KTAN Local News-Monitor KEVT TC/iul Gamez KCEE Showcase KTKT Alan Jav Show KCUB HI-FI Cluh VMrr» Foot Pattin' Musle KTUC Dodccr Baseball KOLT) Prize Platters KAIR Glenn Adams Show SAT. AFTERNOON 12:00 noon KTAN Nail. Farm »nd Homt KEVT News-Jimenez KCEE Newi Urn-Mel tn HI D KTKT News-AUn Jay Show KCUB Jim Maize KMOP News-Bob Wol/« KTUC Dodser Baseball KOLD Nev.-5-Music KAIR Glenn Adams Show 1»:30 p.m. KTAN Sports-Music for Sat. KEVT Lorenzo Palma KCEE Melody In H1-F1 KTKT Alan Jay Show KCUB Jim Maize KMOP Foot Pattin' Music KTUC Dodfrer Baseball KOLD Music-Bawball KAIR Glenn Adams Show 1:00 p.m. KTAN Newr-Monllor KEVT Claudio Jimenez KCEE Educ. B.prt-HIFi KTKT News-Alan Jay Show KCUB Jim Maize KMOP News-Bub Clayton KTUC Dodcer Baseball KOLD Glzntsvs Cards KATR Glenn Adams Show 1:.10 p.m KTAN Local News-Monitor KEVT Claudio Jimenez. TUCSON TV NOTICE: Information in this Dial is provided by the TV stations. The Citizen assumes no responsibility for errors caused by last-minute changes. *NFBS-- Not Furnished by Station - SAT. M O R N I N G S:M a.m. IJ Captain Kangaroo 8:30 a.m. 13 Captain Kangaroo *:W1 a.m. 13 Set Preston 11:30 a.m. 13 Junior Auction , 10:OO a.m. IS SHy Kln» 10:30 a.m. 4 Spls. Spec-On Dwtc IS Film-Leadoff 11-00 a.m Deck Circle Baseball 13 Boston at N.Y. 11:30 a.m. 4 Cinn. at Milwaukee a Test Pattern-Cartoons 13 Boston at N.Y. RAT. AFTERNOON 12:00 non? 4 rinn. at Milwaukee ft Soupv Sales 13 Boston at N.Y. 12'Sfl p m. 4 Cinn. al Milwaukee 9 Satellite Poll^ 13 Boston at N.Y. 1:00 p.m. 4 Cinn. ?; Milwaukee P Rip Leacue Baseball 13 Boston «t N.Y. KCEE Melody In Hi-Fi KTKT Alan Jay Show KCUB Jim Maize KMOP Foot Patttn' Musi* KTUC Dodeer Baseball KOLD Giants vs. Cards KAIR Glenn Adams Show 2:00 p.m. KTAN News-Monitor KEVT Lorenzo Palma KTKT News-Alan Jay KCEE Spts. Car News-Music KCTJB Mike Shew Show KMOP News-Music KTUC Lonesome In Lo W KOLD Glgnts vs. Cards KAIR Johnny Hyde Show 2:30 p.m. KTAN Local News-Monitor KEVT Lorenzo Palma. KCEE Melody in HiFl KTKT AJan Jay Show KCUB Mike Shew Show KMOP Foot Pattin' Music KTUC Nws-Loncsome In Lo V KOLD Giants vs. Cards KAIH Johnny Hyde Show 3:00 p.m. KTAN News-Monitor KEVT Newt-Musrtc G«m«j KCEE Scl. News-Music KTKT News KCUB Mike Shew Show KMOP News-Mimic KTUC Lonesome In Lo rl KOLD Giants v» Cards KAIR Johnny Hyd« Show 3:HO p.m. KTAN Local T*ews-Sat. 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