Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 3, 1973 · Page 61
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 61

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, February 3, 1973
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Monday TV *--^^T ^ o'**\ DEBBIE WATSON, GIL PETERSON Star in "The Cool Ones" Channels, 2p.m. O KVOA-NBC Q KUAT-PBS O KGUN -- ABC (D KZAZ-INDEP. ©KOLD -- CBS Monday Morning 5:21 A.M. (B Farm Ranch 5:31 A.M. © Sunrise Semester . 5:50 A.M. O Reportaje de Noticias 6:01 A.M. O Today Show News^eatures. (2 hrs.) QD CBS News 6:30 A.M. O News; -Davey Goliath 1-MAM. O Rocky' His Friends (B Captain Kangaroo y . " r . , 7:30 A.M. O Dennis the Menace 8:WA.M. 'O Dinah's Place James Coco guests. O Romper Room (8 Joker's Wild Game .8:MA.M. O Concentration O Not for Women Only ID Price Is Right Game ·:*) A.M. O Sale of Century Game Q En Francis O Dick Van Dyke Show ID Gambit Game l:15P.M. O Lands and People »:3»A.M. Q Hollywood Squares Celebrity guotft to bt announced. O Chiquitines Q Bewitched (B Love of Life. 1I:M A.M. O Jeopardy Game O Sesame Street thc o h s c o ( l h r Q Password Game Pat Carroll and Robert Reed are 1Ms week's celebrity guestl. . fH Where Heart Is; News 11:31 A.M. O Who, What Where Game ' Five minutes of news follows. B Split Second Game © Search For Tomorrow 11:10 A.M. . Q Wide World Adventure Q Electric Company f ducatlonal goals Include blending for N, vowel combination EE, letter S. ' .Q All My Children O) Our Miss Brooks 09 News 11:31 A.M. O Three On a Match Game Q Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood To be announced. 0 Make a Deal Game 01 Joanne Carson Show Anthony Ouinn guests, 00 As The World Turns Monday Afternoon , 12 Noon Q Days of Our Lives Q En Francis O Newlywed Game ID Phil Donahue Show Ri* Stollev and John Dominis guest. OD Guiding Light 12:15 P.M. 'Q French Chef 12:30 P.M. Q The Doctors Q Dating Game ID Edge of Night 12:45 P.M. Q Holiday l:0ft P.M. Q Another World Q All About -You Repeat of Monday nlshf's program. Q General Hospital (D Movie "Love In ^Goldfish Bowl," 1961 comsdy with Tommy Sands, Fabian, Jan Storllns and Toby Michaels. Complications arise when a Coast Guardsman meets two college students. (2 hrs.) ©Many Splendored Thing Actor Brett Halsey loins, ttie cast as Senator Spencer Garrison. · ' 1:15 P.M. O En Francis 1:31 P.M. O Return to Peyton Place O Lands And People O One Life~to Live ID Secret Storm TONY BENNETT Visits Mike Douglas Channel 4, 2:31 p.m. · - . ; ;·· 2:M P.M." O Somerset O Movie . ·"The Cool Ones," 1967 musical-comedy with Roddy McDowall, Debbie Watson, Gil Peterson, Phil Harris and Nlta Talbot. A once famous rock 'n' roll slnacr ond a young alrl try to make It as a team. Betty Boop cartoon to follow. (2 hrs.) Q) The Vin Scully Show Jonolhan Winters guests. ' " 2:3i P.M. O Mike Douglas Show Tony Bcrm«tt Is Mike's co-host with f its Pat Cooper. Rex Reed, The New cers and Mike Curb. (IVi hrs.) Perry Mason Raymond Burr stars. (1 hr.) 3:W P.M. . Q| New Zoo Revue 3:31 P.M. ID Uncle Bob's Show Local children's orooram. Five minute sport show follows. (1 hr.) W The Virginian James Drurv stars in rerun wcslorn scries. (JVi hrs.) 4:* P.M. 0 Merv Griffin Show Q Loyey American Style 4:30 P.M. Q ABC News (D Andy Griffith Show : 5:00 P.M. Q Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood Repeat of this morning's program. QGD News CD That Girii comedy 5:31 P.M. Q News 0 Electric Company Educational goals Include blending for SN, vowel combination EE, letter S. Re- El' Truth or Consequences 01 I Dream of Jeannie, comedy SQ CBS News Information in these listings is provided by the television networks and local stations. This newspaper assumes no responsibility for errors caused by late changes in scheduling. Exorcist ' Continued from page 22 beseech Thee and do Thou, 0, Prince of the Heavenly Host, by the divine power cast into Hell Satan and the other evil spirits who roam through the world seeking the ruin of souls*" As for the future, Father Nicola says, "If anything happens physically, I'd drop it " like t h a t . . . I plan once this thing is over to turn this whole rthing off, just get out of ft. ·This is an unwholesome type of activity." The story of the small boy from Mt. Rainier stayed with Blatty for years. Even in 1957, when he "picked .up the research merely to satisfy my '-own curiosity, -I had no idea I would write a novel about it." When Blatty did begin the actual writing in 1969,-his task -,was "complicated by the fact that I had no plot-when I sat down to write it/1 had moun-' tains of research but no plot BARE ROOT ROSES 500 NOW IN STOCK GRADE NO. 1 PAT. NON PAT. ROSES From $1 79 I.' 25' OFF Each Plant With Copy Of This Ad. Peacock's Nursery 'JUST INSIDE ENTRANCE ...TO TUCSON ESTATES ON THE WAY TO OLD TUCSON (KINNEY ROAD) .. , SMILIN' SAM SAYS: HEALTHY PLANTS Require A . HEALTHY EMVItONMENT M or visit FEKTILIZER CO. 1665 S. Hugfof Access Rd. 294-3401 For -.Prompt delivery or pick' ' ; Mgnures, Bark, t Food, Insecticides. For all types of plantings. ASK AJOUT OUR CUSTOM MIXINO SCKVICE whatsoever. At the beginning I was just pleased simply; to write a,book JJiat, was- not a humorous novel for a change. I just went from chapter to chapter until I was -at least halfway through. I really believe, however, that the unconscious knows, that my unconscious knew the whole story and was divulging it to me a little at a time." - " Even now, 23 years, after the event, after the book, after the movie, what actually happened in that room in Mt. Rainier is a subject of some heat. Is there such a thing as demonic possession? William Peter Blatty thinks there is^ ' "That 1949 case is absolutely typical of all the classic cases of possession," he says. "The phenomena keep repeating themselves-and that's one of the most compelling arguments for" suspecting that there is more than/mental illness or fraud or 'delusion involved. Because in every age, I mean predating Christianity, this is not a Christian phenomenon, in every part of the world,, you find the same symptomology. It is difficult to believe that this is always hysteria. How does the AM. can know what the symptoms of possession are in Siberia?" -There was, for instance, a case related by Father Nicola, reported only last year by a missionary from Africa who was passing through Washington: ' "He was preparing to bap- tize a young man on a Sunday afternoon, a black man about 30 or 35. A lot .of-, the man's friends were there and every- thingVJand as the priest went to pour the water of baptism on him the body suddenly shot up to the ceiling of the church some 40 feet high and hung suspended up there. When the priest got his composure he got out 'The Roman Ritual', read part of the rite of exorcism; sprinkled holy water, and the body, came down and he finished the baptism. "Though I consider this man a credible witness, some people will say, 'They're all kooks.' It's easy to call other people kooks, to say they didn't have these experiences, but that, doesn't solve-the "human problem." -" Scientists also are not Father Nicola's favorite type ,of people. Though he is quick to say,- "don't get me wrong, I'm not attacking science," toe did have some less than kind words for a scientist who was ·present during parts of the 1949 exorcism. "At one point while he was there one' of these levitations took place. The boy's body stood out in the air, the cover stood out from the mattress and all this. He was all befuddled and they asked him, 'what's the explanation?' He said, 'some day science will explain it.' Scientists can be equally as prejudiced in their faith as people · whom they consider gullible or quacks." Best Sellers V INFORMATION SUPPLIED BY PUBLISHER'S WEEKLY Fiction ' · · · · : · · · ···- ' · · · ' / · ! . . . 1. JONATHAN LIVINGSTON SEAGULL. 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