THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1964 T U C S O N D A ILY C I T I Z E N : Narrator of Documentary Â·Motion picture star Glenn Ford dons his Navy Re- ;scrye uriiform to narrate ABC-TV's "Operation Sea :War: Viet Nam," which KGUN-TV, Channel 9, will carry in color at 9 p.m. Thursday. It is a special documentary on the role of the U.S. Navy in the : ' conflict. Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. RAAPK f \ \ j 0,UEtbjr Tlia Chlni* Trio* 0* Â»lrWHJlifl.tiJtMÂ«Â¥.d f ^ s HV DU BROW'S VIEW JLJ.VrJ.J- JL JL ByWCKDUBROW HOLLYWOOD - UPI - A prediction of a fantastic "communications center" in the average borne -- in the not too distant future -- is causing much talk by usually blase show people who heard it described in a speech here. The forecaster of the future-a role not uncommon to him-was David Sarnoff, chairman of the board of the Radio Corp. of America (the parent company of NBC-TV) and one of the world's most respected commu- ytT-jf JJT Th CUT* rent splurge of color television, for instance, is perhaps due more to his personal pioneering of the innovation than to anything else. Sarnoff spoke recently to a large assembly of Hollywood's elite in accepting an award at the annual screen producers guild's prize - giving dinner. He said, in part: CAMERA ANGLES Japanese Launch Movie Invasion By IRVING DESFOR AP Writer The 8mm home movie field is buzzing with activity with the launching in the United States of Fuji's Instant Load Movie System from Japan and a new color film, Agfachrome CK17S, from Germany. ' The Japanese are making a major movie invasion WHAT SOME WOMEM COULP AV01E? IF THEY MAP Print Iht SURPRISE ANSWER hire Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Y*Â»lerdÂ»y'ji Jumbles; KNEEL ABUSE PUN tIT (Aniwern tomorrow) AMULET Answer: What men. who believe in thovld do--TAKE A STAND Pleas Of Two Denied; lExeetitions This Month FLORENCE'- UPI --.Two! convicts, scheduled to die in the gas chamber this month, were denied ..commutation. yesterday by v the Board of Pardons and Paroles. Appearing before the board were Kobert Lee Sims, 50, and Robert Alford 59. Sims is scheduled to die March .18, and Al- foriTs execution is scheduled March 25:''; " ' - . the board went into executive session following the convicts' appearances. Board chairman Rey. Walter Hofmann gave the satae ruling on both pleas. "We find no -facts or "circumstances fo jwarrant. .our .recommending to .the governor that sentence should be commuted," he said: Sims was sentenced 1 to death for : the 1963 beating of Scottsdale insurance man Glendall Soape near Tucson. He and John Wesley Schroeder, 37, are scheduled to die in the state's first double execution in 28 years. Schroeder was convicted in 1962 for the slaying of a P h o e n i x policeman. He was paralyzed from the waist down from gunshot wounds suffered in a battle with police. A request to stay Alford's execution also was denied. Alford was convicted of killing three children near Williams in October, 1963. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case in January. In other action yesterday, the board denied seven parole requests, paroled 12 inmates out of state, refused two because of lack of parole programs, and granted freedom to nine. Tucson Tonight. Tomorrow TONIGHT f P.M.-- Concert, by " Pueblo High School Symphonic Band. School auditorium. Charge admission. : Â·- (See- sports section for f sports calendar.) for involving a new film, new cam-1 eras, new projectors, new accessories and a processing lab in Rochester, N.Y., so that exposed films need not go to Japan for finishing. The Agfa Processing Lab in Flushing, N.Y., is well past its shakedown stages and has been on full-scale production for several years producing color slide transparencies and color prints from German color. films. The new Agfachrome color movie fUm is Type A (tungsten-type) with an ASA speed of 40 with floodlamps or sun guns and it can be used in daylight at ASA 25 with a No. 85 conversion filter. It is supplied in double 8mm 25-foot rolls to fit standard 8mm movie cameras. The new Fuji line is built around a "Single-8" film cartridge which contains 50 feet of 8mm color film in a single, continuous roll. There is a difference between Single-8 and Kodak's Super 8 cameras and film cartridges. The Single-8 has a simplified, thinner cartridge and a pressure plate built into the camera. The Kodak Super 8 has a pressure plate built into the cartridge. Each cartridge can be used only in a camera of its own system. However, after processing, both films can 'be run on any of the new projectors taking the enlarged-area 8mm film. Two cameras will become available in America starting in March: the Fujica Instant Load Single-8 P-l and a Zoom Reflex model, both slim-line and battery operated. The P-l is a fixec focus camera with an f/1.8 11.5mm lens. The Zoom Reflex model has an f/1.6 lens with a range from 9.5 to 29mm, a magnification of three times. Zooming is manually operated but ilming is powered by four pen- ight batteries with provision 'or single frame and 18 or 24 Tames per second. Two projectors make their de- )ut also. The Fujicascope M-2 Single-8 projector features automatic threading onto take-up reel, push button operation and uses a 50-watt lamp. Model SM-1 is a sound projector with micrp- Â·By the mid-70s and possibly sooner, high - power broadcast satellites will beam television M-ograms and motkm pictures irectly to home receivers anywhere in the world. In the not too distant future, information will flow in almost limitless uantities on laser light beams iirough hollow pipes extending rom city to city. "Our present instruments -telephone, radio, television, still and motion pictures, record and ape player -- will merge into comprehensive system which will become the communications :enter of the home. "Through the communications enter in the home, much of he daily business of the house- olds will also be done. By ressing a button the housewife will be able to look at the merchandise in department tores and other local shops and make her selections. "She will push another but- on and the computer will place the order and make the neces- ary deduction from her bank :ccount. She won't even have o write a check. "Tomorrow's homes will have ibraries of great films, com- arable to today's collections of musical recordings..." In another television highlight phone, e'arphone, dynamic speaker and a patch cord for direct pickup from a tape recorder or phonograph. The Single-8 accessories include a tape synchronization unit, a splicer and a titter. The tape synchronization unit per mits the use of the M-2 sileni projector and a tape recorder in order to add sound to a home movie taken on Single-8 film. Since Fuji film has a polyes ter base, it cannot be splicei with ordinary film cements, new polester tape and a splice create a strong butt splice fo editing movies. The tape is a continuous roll which fits the splicer. The unit position the film, trims the ends an trims the splicing tape. The Fuji Single-8 movie sys tern in the United States will be handled by Ehrenreich Photo- Optical Industries with headquarters in Garden City, N.Y. Pilot processing and test runs of the film have been going on for months in a Rochester, N.Y. lab to prepare for the film's availability in this country. of the dinner, Richard Lewine, who guided last year's CBS-TV special, "My Name Is Barbra," starring Barbra Streisand, received the award for the best- produced video show of 1965. o o o Roger Miller, a deservedly popular and highly original singer-composer whose songs have the bite of wit, satire and virile poetry, apparently has turned iown what seemed to be a certain half-hour series of his own for next season on NBC-TV, leaving executives there unbe- Dealer Doesn't Like Free Ad NEW ORLEANS -UPI- It might seem that a used, car dealer and an auto glass shop rould make compatible neigh- wrs. That's not the case with Jerald Hennings and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pasco. Hennings went to court to try to force the Pascos to take a sign off their roof which says that Hennings sells 'cars that were flooded by hurricane Betsy iast September. lieving. And Vivian Vance, formerly the longtime sidekick of Lucille Ball on the comedienne's CBS- TV series, has made a test film for what--if it sells--would be a daytime show hi which she would be the hostess of a program something like Johnny Carson's "Tonight" outing. It is reported that two networks have expressed interest. Contortionist Gains Freedom MILAN -- UPI -- A contortionist from Communist Romania sought political asylum after she was smuggled over the Yugoslav - Italian f r o n t i e r crouched under the seat of an Italian's automobile. Maria.Voiena, 30, told police she met the Italian in a night club at Capodistria, Yugoslavia, where she was performing. The Italian drove across the border unchallenged by Yugoslav officials. Mobile Homes FOR 22 YEARS TED WALKER CONSISTENT** RELIABLE 2632 S. 6TH AVE. 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ABC news 5 minutes before the hour. Arizona Network news. Two local news programs 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 music. 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 sun set daily. KFMM-FM (99.5)--Simulcasts with KTUC (see above except 6 p.m. to midnight. Classical music from i 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. Broad casts 5 a.m. to sunset daily. KTKT (990)--Top 40 contemporary records. News on th hour. Headlines on the half-hour. Broadcasts cnn tinuously except midnight Sunday to 5 a.m. Monday KXEW (1600)--Spanish language, Latin music. Thre news programs daily. Broadcasts sunrise to sunse KOLD-TV Tucson's Most Popular Daytime Viewing 5:50 Farm and Ranch 6:00 Sunrise Semester 6:30 CBS Morning News 6:55 Arizona News 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 I Love Lucy 8:30 Real McCoys 9:00 Andy of Mayberry 9:30 Dick Van Dyke 10:00 Love of Life 10:24 CBS News 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 December Bride 11:30 As the World Turns 12:00 Password 12:30 House Party (c) 1:00 To Tell the Truth 1:24 CBS News 1:30 Edge of Night 2:00 Secret Storm 2:30 Mike Douglas Show 4:00 Lloyd Thaxton Show (c) 5:00 Marshal Dillon 5:30 CBS Evening News, with Walter Cronkite (c) TONISHT'S BEST VIEWING The B'mNews MyThreeSons 6 P.M. Week Nights 6:30 P.M. in Color Gilligqnj Isla TheMi 7:00 P.M. In Color 7:30 P.M. Comedy CBSThursday Night Movies "The Devil at 4 o'clock" Spencer Tracy Frank Sinatra Niteline New: Dare Michtlas Tucson Television Afternoon 12 NOON 3 Days Of Our Lives (C) rama about a professor-physician. Â·J The Nurses cries stars Mary Flckett, Password Quiz Game 12:30 P.M. The Doctors \elodrama. Children's Songs of Japan (R) cpeat of Wednesday's Â«:30 p.m. pro- O A Time For Us ontlnulna stories. House Party (C) sychologlst Dr. Lorlene Chase talks bout cheating husbands and wives. 12:55 P.M. Â·J Women's News Local 4 KVOA Â« KUAT 3 KGUN 13 HOLD R)--Rerun Channels NBC UA-NET ABC CBS (C)-Color Thursda 8 P.M. In Color 10 P.M. Week Nights TWILIGHT ZONE 10:30 P.M. MERV GRIFFIN Guests 11 P.M. EM Wallach Minnie Pearl Spencer Tracy, Frank Sinatra In Thursday Night Movie Channel 13,8 p.m. 1:00 P.M. Another World Dramatic episodes. _ General Hospital Medical serial. To Tell the Truth Guessing same. 1:24 P.M. Network News 1:30 P.M. _ You Don't Say (C) Panel show. Q Young Marrieds Modern drama. Â© Edge of Night Continuing series with Laurence Hugo. 2:00 P.M. B 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. 3 One Step Beyond rama in serial form. 21 Where The Action Is he Mamas and the Papas are featured n "Monday, Monday" and Round Robin ntertalns with "Tear the House" and Little People." Regulars Steve Alalmo, elth Allison, and Paul Revere and the alders also appear. 9 Mike Douglas Show enry Morgan helps Mike welcom* sing- r Felicia Sanders, comedian Norm Cros- y, author of "The Anatomy of Success" Icholas Darvas, and Mark Worth and teyanna with an archery act. IVh ours) 3:00 P.M. Movie ohn Raltt and Doris Day are featured "Palama .Game," a very good 1957 ius!cal based on a Broadway hit and Ichard Bissell novel, "7Va Cents." (Two ours) jj Supermarket Sweep rocerles are prizes in this same. 3:30 P.M. 0 Marshal KGUN ocal show for children. (One hour) 4:00 P.M. _ Lloyd Thaxton Show (C) he piano duo of Ferrante and Teicher resent an arrangement of "Old Man Iver" and play "Exodus." (One hour) 4:30 P.M. J) Modern Math Â·) Family Movie Time Gang War" stars Charles Bronson and ent Taylor in a good 1958 story about teacher who witnesses a gangland murder and 'the mob's attempt to keep Im from naming the killers. (1'A hours) 5:00 P.M. 3 Woman's, Pictorial Business Reports Campus News, Giant (R) ilant repeats the first part of Wednes- ay's 6:30 p.m. program. Marshal Dillon (R) Vestern stories. 5:25 P.M. 3 English For The Spanish 5:30 P.M. _ Huntley-Brinkley Report (C) B Cronkite with News (C) 5:40 P.M. _ The Big Picture U.S. Army report. Q Henry Phyfe(C) Henry tun Â· rendezvous with Â· former glrfrtend of inert U-31. Frinclnt York appear*. Â© The Munsters Herman Â·SMHTIH tfiii * summons 1C appear at ths St*tÂ« University means he has won a Father of the Year contest but the request came from anthropologists who thlrtlc they've found the "missing link." 8:M P.M. 63 Dean Martin (C) Dean Is host to_Johnny Mathis, ^Shelley I Sermon* EÂ«!5 FttZiÂ«rSÂ»uy vvfiS ^mmZSi, Â· and the Younj Americans. Features are Sheldon combining a comedy routine with his hot bonlo, and Dean and Ells singing a medley of Gershwin tunes. (One hour) 0 Cultures and Continents The recently discovered city of Angkor In the ancient kingdom of Cambodia is visited. In 100 A.D. this was the greatest metropolitan complex In the world. Q Bewitched Gladys' gab Is cut short when Infant Tabatha talks back to her. Â© Thursday Night Movie (C) Spencer Tracy and Frank Sinatra star In "The Devil at 4 O'Clock," a dramatic adventure story about an aged priest and a young criminal who loin forces In the face of danger. Based on a Max Catto novel. (Two hours) 8:30 P.M. 0 USA: Novel In "The Loss of Innocence/ 1914-1942" the malor factors that have Influenced the American novel In the period between two World Wars are examined. Q Peyton Place A shocking realization from her daughter Allison comes to Constance Carson, and the end of a tons wait comes to Norman and Rita Harrington. 9:00 P.M. O Laredo (C) The Rangers fight long odds to protect two nuns In hostile Indian country. Barbara Rush and Tina Holland guest star. (One hour) 0 I. Q. Invitational A campus quiz same testing quick recall has Sigma Phi Epsilon and Phi Kappa Theta competing. Q Operation Sea War: Viet Nam (C) Commander Glenn Ford (USNR), the motion picture star, will narrate this special documentary about the unique, multi-faced role played by the U.S. Navy In the Viet Nam conflict. (One hour) 9:30 P.M. 0 Jazz Casual This final program of the series features Woody Herman and his "Herd" playing such classics as "Deep Purple," "Early Autumn," and "Mood Indigo." 10:00 P.M. O Q Â© News and Weather 0 Great Decisions, 1966 The uncertainty of the Russian political game Is examined by David Schoenbrun In a discussion with Walter stoessel, deputy assistant secretary of state for European Affairs. 10:15 P.M. O Tonight Show (C) Selma Diamond, comedian Murray Roman, and Anita Gillette are suests. (45 minutes) Q Movie "The Redhead From Wyomina" stars Maureen O'Hara and Alex Nicol in a good 1953 western about a alrl who operates a clearing house for cattle that Is a front for rustlers. Her attempt to end a range war lands her In lall. 10:30 P.M. 0 Campus News 10 Twilight Zone (R) 11:00 P.M. Q Movie Gerald Mohr and'Dan O'Herlihy star In "Invasion, U.S.A.," a fair 1953 story about a reporter who Interviews people at a bar end gets a variety of answers. C0 Merv Griffin Guests are husband-and-wlfe acting team (stars of Broadway's "Luv") Ell Wallach and Anne Jackson, Grand Ole Opry star Minnie Pearl, comic Georsle Kaye, performer Tlser Haynes, singer Jean Paul Vlgnon, and Henry Barnes, traffic commissioner for New York City and author of 'The Man With the Red and Green Eyes." Evening Friday Morning 5:50 A.M. C0 Farm, Ranch Roundup 6:00 A.M. (Q Sunrise Semester 6:30 A.M. (B News--Mike Wallace . Charles Kuralt substitutes for Mike Wallace while tw'Is on a two-week vacation. 8:55 A.M. O Reportaje de Noticias Â© State News 6:00 P.M. 3 Weather, Sports, News 3 Sea Hunt (R) I 6 O'clock News 6:10 P.M. i On Campus 6:30 P.M. 3 Daniel Boone (C) X map of buried treasure, coveted by .wo strangers, leads Daniel Boone into a strange adventure. (One hour) .j Glory Trail .egends and stories of heroes and villains rom the old American West. | Batman (C) Falseface, the diabolical devil of deceit- ul disguises, tries to destroy the Bat- mobile. ) My Three Sons (C) Robbie Douglas runs into trouble when two girls he's going steady with realize he's two-timing them. 7:00 P.M. 0 What's New Films of the courting dances of birds are shown. J Gidget (C) Gidget rushes out In her palamas when she gets an urgent phone call. Busy phone lines, a driver who gets lost and an empty gasoline tank show her the folly of not having dressed. Â£0 Gilligan's Island (C) A volcano erupts and threalens to push the castaways into the ocean. 7:30 P.M. Q Meet Mona McCluskey (C) Mon* parachutes into Mike's bivou area to deliver a home remedy for the sniffles. Q Survival in the Sea Dr. John F. Storr describes the ocean rivers. Franeine York With "Henry Phyfe" Channel 9, 7:30 p.m. 7:00 A.M. a Today Show (C) The entire program, with the exception of news reports. Is devoted to a discussion of the growth of testing in America in all areas of life, including education, business and sovernmsnt. Various authorities and critics appear. (One hour) 03 Captain Kangaroo An exhibit of International arts and crafts, a visit by a baby lamb and a porcupine, and the concluding chapter of the cartoon "Mark of Zero" are the show's highlights. (One hour) 7:25 A.M. Q Daily Word Inspirational messages. 7:30 A.M. 0 Cartoons. Kina and Odie 8:00 A.M. Q Eye Guess Game (C) Q Morning Movie Scott Brady and John Russell star in "Undertow," a aood 1950 story about the investigation of a big-time gambler's murder. (l'/j hours) Â© I Love Lucy (R) Comic episodes with Lucille Ball. 8:25 A.M. O Network News 8:30 A.M. Q Concentration Game Â© The McCoys (R) Walter Brennan r'ars in comeay. 9:00 A.M. Q Morning Star (C) Dramatic serial. Â© Andy of Mayberry (R) Stories ol a rural sheriff. Barbara Rush From "Laredo" Channel 4, 9 p.m. l:3fAJVL O Paradise Bay (C) Small town drama. 0 Dating Game (S Dick Van Dyke (R) Situation comedy. 10:00 AJVL O Jeopardy Game (C) 0 Donna Reed (R) Family stories. flD Love of Life Melodrama with Audrey Peteri. 10:24 AJH. (B Network News 10:30 A.M. Q Let's Play Post Office (C) Game. 0 Father Knows Best (R) Family comedy stars Robert Young. IB Search For Tomorrow Dramatic situations starring Mary Stuart 10:45 A.M. (B Guiding Light Story of daily problems. 10:55 A.M. 0 Network News 11:00 AJM. O News, Reports--Dick ; Mayers, Paul Mayer 0 Ben Casey (R) Re-runs of a medical serial. (One hour) CD December Bride (R) Comedy stars Spring Byington. 11:30 A.M. O Make A Deal Game (C) (B As The World Turns . . Continuing story with Helen Wagner. 11:55 A.M. Q Network News Friday : Afternoon ; 12 Noon Q Days Of Our Lives (C) Drama about a professor-physician. " 0 The Nurses Â· Series stars Mary Flckett. CD Password Quiz Game 12:30 P.M. Q The Doctors Meldorama. Â· Q Know Your Schools (R) An examination of activities at Tucson Public Schools. ' , . : O A Time For Us . =; '. Continuing stories. fl9 House Party (C) Actor Victor Buono Is host Llnklettert suest. 12:55 P.M. : 0 Women's News , 1:00 P.M. 0 Another World . Dramatic episodes. Â·Â· : , 0 General Hospital. ,,:Medical serial. Â©To Tell The Truth. ,-! Guesslns same. . . . Â· Â· - . 1:10 P.M. 0 Dr. Posin's Giants (R) 1:24 P.M. ffi Network News 1:30 P.M. Q You : Don't Say (C) Panelshow. 0 Young Marrieds Modern drama. CD Edge of Night Continuing series with Laurence Huso. 2:00 P.M. ..- . Q Match Game (C) 0 Never Too Young Dramatic situations. CB Secret Storm Problem play. 2:25 PJVi. Q Network News '; 2:30 P.M. O One Step Beyond " Drama in serial form. 0 Where the Action Is 'Â·',-'' The Spokesmen offer "Michelle" and "Colours." Chris Montez entertains witft "Lefs Dance" and "Call Me." Steve Alalmo, Linda Scott and Paul Revere and the Raiders sing, and the dancers present "Tijuana Taxi." ^ B9 Mike Douglas Show The President, of the Humane Society of America, Oliver Evans, discusses ths kidnapping of animals to be sold illegally for medical research purposes and sculptor Gordon MacMfllan Hughes fashions a bird out of steel with an acetylene tordi. Other guests are singers Gisele Mac- Kenzle and the DeJohn Sisters, and comedians Schrelber and Burns. (IVz hours) 3:00P.M. 0 Movie "Stage Fright" stars Jane Wyman ami Marlene Dietrich In a good 1950 mystery about a man who is suspected of murdering the husband of the woman he loves", and his attempt to locate the real murderer. Exciting chase. (Two hours) 0 Supermarket Sweep Groceries are prizes of this game. 3:30 P.M. Q Marsha] KGUN Local show for children. (One hour) 4:00 P.M. CD Lloyd Thaxton Show (C) A record by the Beatles and the appearance of Lou Rawis who presents "Tbree O'clock In the Morning" and "D_u Bist Die Liebe" are attractions of this program. (One hour) 4:30 P.M. 0 Family Movietime "The Lady From Texas" stars HowaroT Duff and Mona Freeman in a fair 1951 story of a wandering buckeroo and a young girl who defend an eccentric from being adjudged Insane. A lot of talent in, a wacky movie. (Vi hours) 5:00 P.M. O Woman's, Pictorial Business Reports Â© Marshal Dillon (R) Western stories. 5:25 P.M. Q English for the Spanish 5:30 P.M. Q Huntley-Brinkley Report (c) Cronkite with News (C) Information in these listings is provided by the television networks and local stations. The Citizen assumes no responsibility for errors caused by late changes in scheduling.
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