Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 36
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Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 1, 1963
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PASE 38 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I. 1963 Ted Walker MOBILE HOMES 2832 S. STH AVE. MA 3-2595 FOR JO Y E A R S PAWNSHOP LOANS on anything of value ROGERS 37 WEST CONGRESS He Regrew Hair For Dramatic Story See Page 5 KING OF SNAFUS Beetle Bailey the CITIZEN in FENCE 294-7332 Aetna Fence Co. 4929 S. Park Ave. (CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE) --says Mrs. Anna Fitzmorris, 27, a National Health member of 3 months. B E F O R E AFTER SPECIAL OFFER Next 12 New Members Only Course includes FREE Sleam Treatments Mechanical Massage Sun Lamps Individual Supervision Spot Reducing Nursery Use of Over 32 Reducing and Body Firming Machines CALL NOW MA 4-6831 HEALTH STUDIOS 120 S. 6th A v e n u e Separate Studios for Men Women Open 9 to 9 Daily AS BEST COMEDY 'Beverly Hillbillies' Nominated For Emmy By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD-- UP -- 'The Beverly Hillbillies," already chosen television's top show in audience ratings, was nominated today for an Emmy as the best comedy program. Nominations for the 15th awards of the Television Academy disclosed that the CBS series was pitted against the Dick Van Dyke show, "McHale's Navy" and the Danny Kaye Special with Lucille Ball in the comedy division. " T H E BEVERLY Hillbillies," which concerns hog- jowl eaters in the caviar country, also scored a best series actress nomination for its live- f BE PATIENT! The rapidity of our household refrigerator and freezer service has more than kept pace with the fast Increase in Tucson's population. Since we have oeen serving YOU the last 18 years, I haven't been more than 15 or 20 minutes late on a service call. So with the Increase of business I might run 30 minutes !ate sometimes, so be patient. I diagnose all Your Appliance needs and will tell YOU to Ih* penny what the lob will cost. WILD HORSE SHORTY REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 294-9751 ly Granny, Irene Ryan. She is competing against past Emmy winners Lucille Ball and Shirley Booth, plus Shirl Convvay of "The Nurses" and Mary Tyler Moore of the Dick Van Dyke show. "The Hillbillies" also scored nominations for its writer, Paul Henning, and director, Richard Whorf. The race for best series actor featured last year's winner, E. G. Marshall ("The Defenders") plus Van Dyke, Ernest Borgnine ("McHale's Navy"), Vic Morrow ("Combat") a n d Paul B u r k e ("Naked City.") Nominations for the program of the year went to the Danny Kaye-Lucille Ball special, "The Madman" segment on "The Defenders", NBC's documentary of Berlin, "The Tunnel," and ABC's "T h e EA 7-6571 A p p l i a n c e Service Refrigerators, Washers TVs Car Radios Cecil Gaver, 4044 E. Speedway Serving Tucson 37 Years Single Ladies and Gentlemen YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE LONELY MEET NICE PEOPLE Social Introductions By Alice. Requests For All Ages. A Private Licensed Service. 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THREE OF THIS season's casualties were listed as best dramatic series -- the Dick p owell Theater, "Alcoa Premiere" and "Naked City," all dropped for 1963-64. Other nominees: "The Defenders," The l l t h Hour. Other nominations included: Best musical program--Bell Telephone Hour, Judy Garand with Phil Silvers and Robert Goulet, Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall, the Lively Ones, NBC Opera. Best variety show -- the Andy Williams Show, Carol and Company, the Garry Moore show, Here's Edie, the Red Skelton Hour. Best panel, quiz, audience participation -- " C o l l e g e Bowl," "Password," "To Tell the Truth." Best children's program-Captain Kangaroo," "Discovery," the Sharie Lewis Show," "Update with Robert Abernathy," "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color," "Watch Mr. Wizard." BEST DOCUMENTARY -Emergency Ward," "He Is Risen," "The River Shakespeare: Soul Age," "The Tunnel." Best news program Evening Report with Cronkite, "Eyewitness," Huntley-Brinkley Report, NBC Special News Reports. Best news commentary or public affairs program -- "Closeup," CBS R e p o r t s , David Brinkley's Journal, Howard K. Smith, "Twentieth Century." Best single performance by actor -- Bradford Dillman, "The Voice of Charlie Pont" Don Gordon, "The Madman" Trevor Howard, "Disraeli" Walter Matthau, "Big Deal in Laredo"; Joseph Schildkraut, "Sam Benedict." Best single performance by actress -- Dishann Carroll, "Naked City"; Diana Hyland, 'The Voice of Charlie Pont"; Eleanor Parker, "The l l t h Hour"; Sylvia Sidney, "The Madman"; Kim Stanley, "Ben Casey." BEST SUPPORTING actor T i m C o n w a y , "McHale's Navy"; Paul Ford, "Teahouse of the August Moon"; Hurd Hatfield, "Disraeli"; Don Knotts, the Andy G r i f f i t h Show; Robert Redford, "The Voice of Charlie Pont." Best supporting actress -Davey D a v i s o n , "The llth Hour"; Glenda Farrell, "Ben C a s e y " ; Nancy Malone, "Naked City"; Rose Marie, the Dick Van Dyke Show; Kate Reid, "Disraeli." Best musical-variety performance -- Eddie Adams, Carol Burnett, Merv Griffin, Danny Kaye, Andy Williams. Six thousand members of the academy voted the nominations, and the totals favored New York over Hollywood by a score of 75 to 57. The network totals were: NBC 55, CBS 43 and ABC 34. The winners will be announced on an NBC telecast May 26. TONIGHT 6:30 P.M. DOBIE GILLIS. "Requiem for an Underweight Heavyweight." This episode is typical of the happy blending of broad burlesque and unique dialogue that made the series a hit. In it, anemic Maynard takes a new energy pill that gives him enough energy to turn him into a strong man. In fact, with a little skillful handling, Dobie's father figures he can turn Maynard into a world's champion prize fighter. D w a y n e Hickman stars with Bob Denver as Maynard and Frank Faylen as Mr. Gillis. (Channel 13) 7:00 P.M. BEVERLY HILLBILLIES. Some good laughs in a courtroom as Jed Clampett (Buddy Ebsen) plays his own attorney in a six-figure damage suit, occasioned by a minor traffic accident. Granny (Irene Ryan) gets in some angry iicks against the plaintiffs (Kathleen Freeman and Murvyn Vye) and the weary judge (Roy Roberts) threatens contempt action so many times, you'd think the Clampetts are sure to lose. They don't. (Channel 13) PERRY COMO. Color. If you're in the mood for a good healthy chuckle, be sure to see Allan Sherman tonight. His album of "My Son, the Folksinger" is one of the nation's most deserved hits, as he proves tonight. Mickey Rooney and Connie Stevens are the featured guests, with Connie adding her vocal qualities and Mickey his comedy talents. The latter is especially good when he joins Perry for a take-off on Jackie Gleason and Frank Fontaine in their Joe the Bartender routine. (Channel 4) 7:30 P.M. DICK VAN DYKE SHOW "Jilting the Jilter." Getting the most laughs in this episode is Rose Marie in her spinsterish Sally Rogers role She is a comic delight with her swooning adoration for a penniless, but shrewd, comic (Guy Marks). Rob and Buddy (Dick Van Dyke and Morey Amsterdam) see through the comic's "love" approach anc try to warn Sally he has something more material in mind, but to little avail (Channel 13) 8:00 P.M. IT'S YOUR TOWN. "1963 Legislative Session: An Ap praisal" State Senator So Ahee (Democrat) and Stat Representative Douglas Holsclaw (Republican) form the anel. with Richard Duffield, hairman of the Legislative Committee of the Tucson Chamber of Commerce, moderating. (Channel 6) U. S. STEEL HOUR. "The Vlany Ways of Heaven," staring Dan Duryea. Duryea plays a retired air;i.» piiot vho's gained the affection of a boy, because the boy's ather has never spent much ime with him. Casey Peters costars. (Channel 13) 8:30 P.M. JOSH LOGAN WITH ELLIOT NORTON. S p e c i a l . Joshua Logan, playwright, producer and director, discusses some problems of theater survival both economic and controversial, with Elliot Norton, drama critic. (Channel 6) 9:00 P.M. CBS REPORTS. "Walter Jppmann, 1963." In its desire to secure the most knowledgeable opinion of the modern world's personalities and events, CBS in 1961, secured the services of Pulitzer Prize- winning Walter Lippman. This year the distinguished journalist makes his third appearance, in conversation with Charles Collingwood on subjects ranging the full scope of world affairs. (Channel 13) 10:30 P.M. MOVIE. "Hong Kong Affair." (1958) Jack Kelly, May Wynn. GI goes to Hong Kong to investigate the mystery surrounding his half-owned tea plantation. Poor. (Channel 9) 11:15 P.M. MOVIE. "I'll Wait For You." (1941) Robert Sterling, Marsha Hunt. Wounded gangster, hiding at a farm, falls for farmer's daughter. Fair. (Channel 4) for the best i n . . . HEARING you can rely on HEARINC AND "TUNE-UP" FOR SPRING! 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KEVT (690)--Spanish language icaturei and music, news three times daily; 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. KCEE (790)--Adult music, news and features on the hour; sunrise to sunset. KTKT (990)--Popular music, news on the hour, sports on % hour; continuous. KCUB (1290)--Adult music, Mutual news on the houi and half hour; 24 hours daily. KMOP (1330)--Country and Western music, news on the hour and half hour: 5 a.m. to sunset. KTLTC (1400)--ABC anri 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.-mtdnight. K A f R '1490)--Music and religious programs, news. KF1F (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. Fine arts programs 8 a.m. to midnight; opera 2:30 Sunday. SPECIAL PROGRAMS TONIGHT »:« KTAN--Monitor Tucson KFIF--World Tomorrow 5:30 K', AN--Morgan Bearty KCUB-Stern Sportl 4:45 KCLD-- News «:M KOLD--CBS The World Today KTUC--Sports »:« KSOM--The World Today :I5 KCUB--Fullop lewis Jr. 4:30 KCUB--Stern Sports KTUC--Fred Flnney Vito KAIR-Famlly Bible Stdy. 7:36 (COLD--Mannv Ornelai «:M KTUC--hdward Morgan f:M KCUB--Patrick Sporfi 11:30 KCUB--Gab-!?i Heatter 71:80 KOLD--Starlight Sym. TOMORROW 5:5 KTUC--Chapel In Desert 7:M KCUB--Stern Sport* KTUC-News 7:38 KTAN--Work! Roundup KAIR --Have Faith In God KFIF--Inlcrnal'l Gospel Lea 7:0 KOLD--News KAIR-Bfme Institute. 7:55 KTUC--Point of Law 1:00 KTUC--Frank Hemingway KAIR--Family Bible Stdy KFIF--20th Cent. Reformat! 1:30 KAIR--Haven ot Rest KTUC--News-Flnney KFIF--Faith For Our Day 1*:M KOLD-- News Godlray 16:31 KFIF--Allen Revival Hour IliM KTUC--Newspaper ol Air KOLD-- News-Llnktetiir 11:05 KTUC-Oon McNefll 11:30 KCUE--Arlene Francli KOLD--Garry Moon NOON KCUB--News-Fulton Lowlt KTUC-Fred Flnnty I2:U KTAN-News KTUC--Paul Harvty I:M KTAN--Chsl Huntlay 1:M KTAN--David Brlnkley 1:M KCUB--Patrick Sporti 4 t U KTAN-News :M KTUC-Ncws KAIR--Faith For Our DM TONIGHT 6:45 P.M. BASEBALL. Los Angeles at Philadelphia. (KTUC 1400) THURSDAY ' 4:55 P.M. BASEBALL. San Francisco at Pittsburgh. (KOLD 1450) AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR DIRECTORY ENGINES OVERHAULED permiTint ANY' AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OVERHAULED (One Week Only) TRANSMISSION CONDITION PERMITTING ·ULTRAMATJC JETAWAY SLIGHTLY HIGHER PH. 792-3020 S 63 GOOD F I N A N C I N G AND F R E E LOAN CARS 69 RAY HARBOUR'S 16 Operations Including Paris and Labor 1. New Chrome RIn 9 , ,. ff lke cylinders 1. New Gaskets ,,,. C uf Cylinder Ledges 3. New Rod Bearing. n. M lke Crankshaft «· Jf** 0 ] 1 . 12. Adiusl Main Bearlntl 5. Grind Valvei «, Reseat 13 . clean oil Lines i. Remove Sludge and Carbon 14. Steam Clean Parti 7. Hone cylinder Wills 15. SCO-Mile ChSckup I. Adlust Tappets u. set Timing a Carburelor Written Guarantee for «,000 Mile, or « Month. , l-Cyllnder Enulnci SHshNy Higher · 16 Opcrationa including Paris, Labor and Oill T. Remove Transmission 10. Reassemble I 1. Steam Clean 3. Disassemble 4. Chemically Clean 5. Replace New Lined Clutches (. Install New Buihlngs 7. Install All Necessary Gaskets and Seals t. One New Band if Needed t. Adiust Bands 1). Final Inspection 1J. Install Transmission 13. Install 11 Qts. of CM Approved AO ATF 17M OH 14. Adjust Trans, and Carb Linkage 15. Free 500 Mile Checkup K. t Month or «,00fl Milt Guarantee 241 S. OLSEN TriEWW WTJONES Staffing J A M E S W H I T M O R E M Abraham Lincoln Jones, presented by Capper Corporation KVOA-NBC KUAT-UofA KGUN-ABC KOLD-CBS channel 4 channel V channel 9 channel 13 WED. NIGHT 5:00 p.m. t Women's Report-KtBC New* 9 Popeve-RockyiFrlends 13 Tim McCoy-C. News 5:30 p.m. Weattier-Sports-News 6 Geoloay (5:55) 9 AmOi 'n Andy 13 News-Weather-Sport« 6:00 p.m. 4 International Showlime 6 Geology (repeat) 9 Sea Hunt 13 Mickey Mouse 6:30 p.m. 4 International Showtime 6 Path of Venus (6:4£) 9 Wason Train 13 Doble Gillis 7:00 p.m. 4 Perry Como Show 6 Children "What's Nsw" 9 Wagon Train 13 Beverly H l l l b l l l l e i 7:30 p.m. 4 Perry Como Show 6 The American Economy 9 Going My Way 13 Dick Van Dyk 8:00 p.m. 4 The Vlrolnlan 6 It'j Your Town 9 Golna My Way II U,S Steel Hour 5:30 p.m. 4 The Virginian i Joshua Logan 9 Our Man Hiogin* 13 U.S. Steel Hour 9:00 p.«. 4 The Virginian ( Basic Issues of Man 9 Naked City 13 CBS Reports 9:30 p.m. 4 TBA-The Law and Mr. Jonei 6 Meet the Professor 9 Naked City 13 The Counselor AAS 10:00 p.m. 4 News-Wea.-Tonight Snow (c) 6 Campus News-Sign Off 13 Nilellne News-Steve Allen 10:30 p.m. 4 Tonight Show 9 Theater 9 13 Nlteline News-Steve Allen 11:00 p.m. 4 News-Sports-Bio Movlt 9 Theater 9 13 Sieve Allen Show 11:30 p.m. » Bla Movie 9 Theater 9 13 Steve Allert-News-Weather 12:00 midnight 4 Big Movie-News 9 News 13 News-Wealher-Matulli THLJRS. MORNING 8:00 a.m. 4 Continental Classroom 13 Test Tunes-Rancfi Round U» WEDNESDAY P.M.--THURSDAY 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. (cl--Denotes Color Proarorp · BA Tc, 8e Announced 6:30 a.m. 4 Today Show 13 College of the Air 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. 4 Say When-News » Cartoons and Morning Movie 13 Calendar S:M a.m. 4 Play Your Hunch 9 Morning Movl* 13 I Love Lucy 9:OC a.m. 4 Price Is Right » Morning Movl» 13 The Real McCoys 9:30 a.m. 4 Concentration 9 Morning Movie-Editorial 13 Pete and Gladys 10:00 a.m. 4 Your First impression c) 9 Romper Room 13 Lev* ot Uli- 10:30 a.m. 4 Truth or Consequences-News 9 Seven Keyes 13 Search Tomorrow-Guld. Llahr 11:00 «.m. 4 News-Dlvorce-Mayer-Mayeri » Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 13 Visiting with Virginia 11:30 a.m. 4 Mayer-Mayer* Report ? Father Knows Best 13 A Ihe World Turns THURS. AFTERNOON 12:00 noon 4 Ben Jerrof'Ncw» 9 Gen. Hospital 13 Password 12:30 p.m. 4 The Doctors 9 Bingo 13 Mouse Party 1:09 p.m. 4 Loretla Youno 6 TPS Classes 9 Day In Court-Midday Report 1) To Till thi Truth 1:30 p.m. 4 You Don't Say 4 TPS Classes ? Jane Wyman Show 13 Millionaire 2:00 p.m. 4 The Match Game-New* * TPS Cfasscs 9 Ouccn for a Day 13 Secret Storm 2:30 p.m. ·4 Make Room for Daddy * TPS Classes » Who Do You Trust 13 Edge ot Night 3:00 p.m. 4 TV Movie Houi* TPS Classes 13 Our Miss Brookl 3:30 p.m. 4 T.V. Movla Hr. 4 TPS Classes 9 Discovery '43-Youfh Newi 13 December Brldt 4:00 p.m. 4 TVMtjIeHoiir « TPS Classes 9 Marshal KGUN 13 P«ople Are Funny 4:30 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour-Bus. Report 9 Marshal KGUN 13 ID A 5:00 p.m. Wimen's Report-NBC Ntwt » Popeye-RocfcyFrlends 13 Deserl Tralls-CronVIU Ntwt 5:30 p.m. 4 Wealher-Sporls-NewJ 9 Amos 'n Andy U Newi-Woalher-Sporlt

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