Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 45
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Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, May 2, 1963
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PAGE 48 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 IN DU BROW'S VIEW Droll Morning Show Gives Full Week To Weddings By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD -- UP! -"When a woman's bumped off, her husband is always the first suspect--which gives you a little side-glimpse of what people really think about marriage." There is no evidence that this observation in George Orwell's novel, "Coming Up for Air," has prevented people from doing what comes naturally; and with the month of June inevitably impending, CBS-TV's droll daily morning show, "Calendar," is devoting 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 vou the last 18 years, I haven't been more than 15 or 10 minutes late on a service call. So with the increase of business I might run 30 minutes late sometimes, so be patient. I diagnose all your appliance needs and will tell vou to the penny what the iob will cost. WILD HORSE SHORTY R E F R I G E R A T O R S E R V I C E 294-9751 all this week to the subject of weddings. And it is a good thing that the hostess, Mary Fickett, is droll, because after three days of watching and listening, I am convinced that the only alternative in this subject, if you happen to be of the male gender, is to cry. I give you yesterday as an instance. Miss Fickett was on her own, what with her usual co- host, Harry Reasoner not being on hand to help her question two prospective mothers- in-law about preparations for weddings, the matter of how not to insult people, and so forth. I have the feeling that Mr. Reasoner didn't show up because he was afraid he wouldn't be able to keep a straight face. One of the ladies said she has been planing for the big day since last September. Soon she is going to take the boys to buy their wedding clothes, and she hopes that by some time soon she can be finished so she can sit back and enjoy the whole thing. In my panic, I forgot which of the ladies said of her husband, "As the time grows closer, he's getting quite excited about it." I only know I agreed with her with all my heart. The whole thing, said one. of the gals, is a "gigantic task." And the logistics poured forth along with the strategy--one of the pieces of advice in the latter field that the larger the wedding the more people you offend, presumably by not inviting them. Most interesting was the fact that when Miss Fickett asked her guests about their first thoughts when they found out their off- springs would soon get married, neither of them said much, as I remember, about wonder or anything like that. They both were concerned about the plans for the wedding. I guess they were just sticking to the subject. "I'm really looking forward to having this wedding," said one of the ladies. Miss Fickett asked her how she had got married. The lady said she eloped. Liberty Ts Too Much; Man Returns To Jail LONDON --UP1-- Charles Perry, 64, who found he could not adjust to freedom, was sent back to prison yesterday for 12 years of preventive detention. Perry, who had been released from prison March 19, told police he broke into a shop because he wanted to go back to jail. Tucson's GREATEST On the i'S FINEST SEWING MACHINES! to $' up NECCHL ELNA, PFAFF, ADLER, BROTHER, SINGER, etc. ON THE following: BROTHER Fully Automatic PFAFF Fully Automatic Absolutely No Attachments Needed To Do All Sewing Absolutely No Attachments Needed To Do All Sewing.. NECCHI Fully Automatic SAVE $100 ELNA Fully Automatic Absolutely No A/fccfiments Needed To Do All Sewing Absolutely No A / f a c f i m e r t f s Needed To Do All Sewing NO DOWN PAYMENT LARGE TRADE-IN (With Approved Credit) ALLOWANCE FULLY GUARANTEED Early-Bird Specials Early-Bird Specials Brand-New 1963 ZIG ZAG PORTABLES Reconditioned WHITES, SINGERS, etc ARIZONA SEWING MACHINE CO. 1066 N. CAMPBELL IVi Block South of Speedway] EA 6-4391 Hours: 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. TV PREVIEWS By LEONARD HOFFMAN TONIGHT 6:30 P.M. FAIR E X C H A N G E . For )nce, both "Exchange" fami- ies are involved in just one problem. In the USA, Eddie Walker (Eddie Foy) goes into he vending machine business, a; does Tommy Finch (Victor Yladdern) in London. An old \rrny buddy (Cliff Norton) las talked them both into he venture as an easy way o make money without work- ng. Needless to say, the 'enture turns out to be some- hing both our heroes wish hadn't been suggested. Fairly amusing and Norton gets in some funny licks as the fast- talking promoter. (Channel 13) 7:00 P.M. THE TWILIGHT ZONE. 'On Thursday We Leave For Home." It's difficult to say which element is better in his one: the unusual story, or the cleft characterization of star James Whitmore. The play is about a colony of lost space travellers, about to be rescued after spending 30 years on a remote asteroid. Whitmore who has been heir accepted leader displays oy, depression, anger and r ear when he realizes that :he rescue will deprive him of the authority he has been enjoying in their years of solation. Tim O'Connor, Russ Bender and James Broderick re featured. (Channel 13) 7:30 P.M. HAZEL. Color. "Maid of he Month." Big-hearted Hazel Shirley Booth) again turns he other cheek, but not be- 'ore her adversary has learned i good lesson in humility. Hazel is chosen the nation's outstanding maid by a maga- ine and a snobbish society reporter (Mary Scott) insults ler at an interview and is subsequently fired. The snob s really chastened when she inds that Hazel and the Baxters (Don DeFore and Whitney Blake) bend efforts o get her job restored. (Channel 4) 8:00 P.M. ANDY WILLIAMS. Ann Sothern and Lome Greene and Dan Blocker of "Bonanza" are Andy's guests. Maran Mercer, R. G. Brown, and the New Christy Minstrels are featured. (Channel 4) THE NURSES. "Choice Among the Wrongs." Series' semi-regular, Edward Binns, gets a fair amount of the action tonight, though hardly enough to fully utilize his considerable talents. His part is a bit on the heavy side, an oddity for a regular, but straightens out anyway in the end. It's about his son, brought up by his estranged wife so that much of the normal father-son relationship is lacking. When the young man gets in trouble, via a pregnant girl friend, his father refuses to help him. Stephen Brooks is featured with stars Shirl Conway and Zina Bethune. (Channel 13) 8:30 P.M. McHALE'S NAVY. "Instant Democracy." Quite funny. McHale (Ernie Borgnine) commandeers a native tribe to work on an air strip. Ensign Parker (Tim Conway) creates a crisis when he apprises the natives of their democratic rights and the chief (Jacques Aubuchon) not only demands fringe benefits and a medical plan, but also wants his tribesmen to start work at 5 p.m. because that's when overtime pay starts and he wants overtime pay all the time. (Channel 9) 9:00 P.M. A WHITE HOUSE MILITARY RECEPTION. In honor of winners of the Congressional Medal of Honor. President Kennedy plays host to a group of national heroes, on the south lawn and rose garden of the White House. The program will be seen both live and taped, with music by the Marine Corps Band, the Air Force Bagpipers Band and the Colonial Fife Drum Corps. In the event of rain, the reception will be held indoors, necessitating the cancellation of this special telecast and the reinstatement of "Wide Country," normally seen at this time. (Channel 4) PERRY MASON. "The Case of the Skeleton's Close." Pity pretty little Peggy McCay who spent years toiling amidst the tragedies of soap operas, only to get spotted in a detergent drama again tonight. In this episode, there are a half dozen side yarns of the "sex in suburbia" type, all wrapped up in an expose novel, whose author gets murdered. The author's ex-wife (Miss McCay) who suffered aplenty while still his legal spouse, suffers some more when she's accused of the crime. Raymond Burr stars with Barbara Hale, William Talman and William Hopper. (Channel 13) 10:30 P.M. MOVIE. "The Badge of Marshal Brennan." (1957) Jim Davis, Arleen Whelan. Wanted outlaw is mistaken as a new marshal and guns for notorious cattle baron. Poor. (Channel 9) 11:15 P.M. MOVIE. "Holiday in Mexico." (1946) Walter Pidgeon Jose Iturbi, Jane Powell. Ambassador's daughter falls for noted musician .while arranging embassy ball. Good (Channel 4) Ted Walker MOBILE HOMES 2632 S. 6TH AVE. MA 3-2595 FOR 20 YEARS RADIO DIAL KTAN (580)--NBC news on the hour, cosmopolitan music for "adults 5:30 a.m. to midnight. KEVT (690)--Spanish language reatures 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, spoils on % hour; continuous. KCUB (1290)--Adult music, Mutual news on the houi and half hour; 24 hours daily. KMOP (1330)--Country and Western music, oews on the hour and half hour: 5 a.m. to sunset. KTUC (1400)--ABC and 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.-midnight. KAIK 'Mf)0)--Music and religious programs, news. KFIF (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 5:00 KTAN--Monitor Tucson KFIF--World Tomorrow 5:30 KTAN--Morgan Seatty KCUB--Stern Sporti 5:45 KOLD--News 4:00 KOLD-CBS Ths World Today KTUC--Sports *:M KSOM--The world Today 1:15 KCUB--Fulton- Lewis Jr. 6:30 KCUB--Stern Spent KTUC--Fred Flnney «:0i KAiR-Farmiv Bible Stdy. 7:30 KOLD--Manny Ornelas 1:00 KTUC-- bdward Morgan KCUB--Patrick Sport* 11:30 KCUB--Gab-!?i Healtar lt:00 KOL--Starlight Sym. TOMORROW 5:45 KTUC--Chapel In Desert 7:10 KCUB--Slern Sport* KTUC--News 7:30 KTAN--Worlc! Roundup K A I R -- H a v e Faith In God KFIF-- Internal'! Gospel Le£ 7:« KOLD--News KAIR-Blble Institute 7:5i KTUC--Pointer Law 1:00 KTUC--FranX Hemingway KAIR--Family Bible Stdy KFIF--20!h Cent. Reformat! 4:30 KAIR--Haven ol Rest f:30 KAIR-Fallh For Our Oa» TONIGHT KTUC--News-Flnney KFIF-- Farm For Our Day 10:00 KOLD-- News Godfrey 10:39 KFIF--Allen Revival Hour 11:00 KTUC--Newspaper ot Air KOLD-News-Llnkletur 11:05 KTUC--Don McNeitl 11:30 KCUE--Arlene Francll KOLD--Garry Moore NOON KCUB--News-Fulton Lawll KTUC--Fred Flnney 13:30 KTAN-News KTUC--Paul Harvey liM KTAN--Chai Huntfey »:»o KTAN--David firlnkley }:M KCUB--Patrick Sport* 4.-JO KTAN--New* 4:55 KTUC--News 6:45 P.M. BASEBALL. Los Angeles at Philadelphia. (KTUC, 1400) FRIDAY 4:40 P.M. BASEBALL. San Francisco at New York. (KOLD, 1450) First Quality White Single Vision Glasses with Lightweight ZYL Frames ·. · ^ Dr. MARVIN '·' TAUB Optometrist AN ESTABLISHED SPECIALIST CONGRESS at 6th Ave, MA 2-1976 MA 2-3182 Refraction Additional EASY TERMS No Interest -- No Carrying Charges ""*"" EA 7-6571 ·"-- A p p l i a n c e Service Refrigerators, Washers TVs Car Radios Cecil Gaver, 4044 E. 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Dial CY 7-1171 For Home Delivery KVOA-NBC KUAT-UofA KGUN-ABC KOLD-CBS 9 Amos 'n Andy 4 Hennesey 6 School-Car 9 Rlpcord 4 Dr. KMdare 6 Conversatlo 9 Ozzie Harriet 4 Dr. Klldare « Children: V ° Donna Real 13 Twilight Zone 4 Hazel 6 Amer 9 Leave 13 Twilight Zone 8:00 . 4 Andy Williams 4 Dave Garrowa' 9 My Three Sons 13 The Nurses 3:3 4 Andy Williams" channel 4 k channel 6 1 channel 9 channel 13 .S. NIGHT SO p.m. eport-NBC New» cky Friends ils-Cronklte Newt 30 p.m. orts News imunitv Health idy her-Sports M p.m. nmunity Health use Club 30 p.m. e onal Sp. (6:45) rriet anaes 00 p.m. e What's New afl Show one 30 p.m. Economy o Beavei one 00 p.m. ams oway: Science Sons s 30 p.m. ams Is Are Saved j iwcuaie's navy 13 The Nurses 9:00 p.m. * White House Reception 4 The Big Picture 9 Alcoa Premiere 13 Perry Mason 9: .10 p.m. 4 White House Reception A Space Science '63 9 Alcoa Premiere 13 Perry Mason 10:00 p.m. 4 News-Wea. -Tonight Show (O 6 Campus News-Sign Off 9 Panorama 9 13 Nllne-Tcsn. News-Pol.-Allen 10:30 p.m. 4 Tonight Show (c) 9 Theater 9 13 Steve Allen Show 11:00 p.m. News-Sports-Big Movie 9 Theater 9 13 Steve Allen Show 11:30 p.m. 4 Bin Movie " Theater 9 13 Steve Allen-News-Weather 12:00 midnight 4 Bin Movle-Newj 9 News 13 Newi-Weather-Wahalla FRI. MORNING 6:00 a.m. 13 Test Tunes-Ranch Roundup 6:30 a.m. 4 Continental Classroom-NBC 13 College of the Air THURSDAY P.M.-- FRIDAY TUCSON TV NOTICK: Information in this Dial is provided by the TV stations. The Citizen assumes no responsibility for errors caused by last-minute changes. (c) Denotes Color Program TBA To Be Announced 7:00 a.m. 4 Today Show 13 Captain Kangaroo 7:30 a.m. 4 Today Show 6 Chem. 9 Bulletin Board-Dally Word 13 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 a.m. 4 Say When 8. News NBC 6 Chem. 9 Cartoons 13 Calendar 8:30 a.m. 4 Play Your Hunch (c) 9 Morning Movie 13 1 Love Lucv 9:00 a,m. 4 Price is Righl (c) 9 Morning Movie 13 Real McCoys 9:30 a.m. 4 Concentration 4 Geol. 9 Morning Movie 13 Pete Gladys 10:00 a.m. 4 Your First Impression (c) 4 Geol. 9 Romper Room 13 Love of Lite-News 10:30 a.m. 4 Truth or Consequences-Newi 4 Chem. 9 Seven Keyes 13 Search Tomorrow-Guld. Light 11:00 a.m. 4 News-Dlvorce-Mayer-Mayerj 6 Chem. 9 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show 13 Visllino with Virginia 11:30 a.m. 4 Mayer-Mayers Report 4 Geol. 9 Father Knows Best 13 As the World Turns FRI. AFTERNOON 12:00 noon 4 Ben Jerrod 6 Geology 9 Gen. Hosp.-Edilorlfllj 13 Password 12:30 p.m. 4 News-Thc Doctors 4 Dave Garroway-Sclenct 9 Bingo 13 Houseoarrv 1:00 p.m. 4 Loretta Young Theater 6 Conversational Spanish 9 Day in Court 13 To Tell the Truth 1:30 p.m. 4 You Don't Say 4 TPS Classes 9 Jane Wyman Show 13 Tho Mllllonalra 2:00 p.m. 4 Tha Match Game-Naws 9 Queen tor a Day 13 Secret STorm 2:30 p.m. 4 Room for Daddy 9 Who Do You Trust? 13 Edga of Night 3:00 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour 9 American Bandstand 13 Our Miss Brooks 3:30 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour 9 Discovery '43-Youlh Newt 13 Wood Working Tips 4:00 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour 9 Marshal KGUN 13 People Are Funny 4:30 p.m. 4 TV Movie Hour-Bus. Report 9 Marshal KGUN 13 Life ol Rile/ 5:00 p.m. 4 Women's Roporl-NBC New* 9 Popeye's Landing 13 Tim McCoy-Kronklta N«wt 5:30 p.m. 4 Wnalher-Sports-New» 4 Geology 9 Amos 'n Andy 13 Ncws-Wealhor-Sporli AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR DIRECTORY ENGINES OVERHAULED ANY* AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Any 6Cyi, Engine Condition Permlttlm OVERHAULED (One Week Only) TRANSMISSION CONDITION PERMITTING ·ULTRAMATIC JETAWAY SLIGHTLY HIGHER PH. 792-3020 '63 GOOD FINANCING AND FREE LOAN C A R S S 69 RAY HARBOUR'S 16 Operations Including I'firiH mid Labor 1. New Chrome Rlngt 1. New Gaiketi I. Now Rod Bcarlnsi 4. New Oil i. Grind Valves Roioa) t. Remove Sludae and Carbon 7. Hone Cylinder W»ll» I. Adjust Tappets 9. Mike Cylinder! 10. Cut Cylinder Leastt 11. Mlkt Crankihalt 12. Adlust Main Bearing* 13. Clean Oil Uriel H. Steam Clean Parti 15. SOO-Mllt Checkup 1i. Set Timing Carburetor Written OuaranlM for (,000 Mll«» or t Month! S-Cyllnd»r Englnoj Slightly Hlahor 16 Operations including I'jirln, Lnbor nnd Oil! 1. Remove Transmission 1. Steam Clean 3. Oliaisemble 4. Chemically Clean 5. Replace Niw Lined Clutchei i. Install New Bindings 7. Install All Necessary Osikcts and Seals (. One New Band II Needed t. Arfluil Bands 10. Reassemble 11. Final Inspection 11. Install Transmission 13. Install II Qts. oF OM Approved AQ ATF 17M Oil 14. Adlust Trans, and Carb Linkage 15. Free 500 Mile Checkup H. t Month or ,000 Mile Guarantee 241 S. OLSEN

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