Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey on July 5, 1975 · Page 53
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Courier-Post from Camden, New Jersey · Page 53

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Saturday, July 5, 1975
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.And Now the Videodisc CO MORNING -6:00- O Thought for Today; Farm Market Report. 0 Operation AlphabeL CD Sumlte Semetter. -6:10- CI Newt. -6:15- QGive Us This Day: News. O American Peoples. -6:2S- a Listen and Learn. -6:30 OGabe. O Perspective. CO Wake Up. -7:00- SO Today. Q Underdog. OCaptam Noah and His Magical Ark. News. CDBuHwinkle. -7:25- O News. -7:30- O FUntstones. CDCartoom. -8:00- O Cartoons. (0 O Captain Kangaroo. (D Cartoons. 8:30- OMr.Ed. O AM America. O Joe Franklin Show. CD Manilla Gorilla. 9:00 Q What's My Une? O Somerset. O Not For Women Only. O Dennis the Menace. O AM New York. GDMorningside With Edie Hug-gins. CD I Dream of Jeannie. IB Sesame Street. All About Fares. 9:30- f) Pat Coll ins Show. O Today in the Delaware Valley. O Room 222. O Flying Nun. OThe Big Showdown. (IThe Real McCoys. CDOt Smart. r Petticoat Junction. -9:35- Q)(B Classroom Education. -9:40- (D School TV Service. -9:55- CD News. -10:00- f) Celebrity Sweepstakes. f 1 Green Arres. CI Dialing for Dollars. 0 Movie. 1 ) I torn per Room. CO Spin-Off. CD Hazel. CO It's a New Day. Gentle Ren. CD Cooking With Rernard. -10:30- 1 Wheel of Fortune. (IThe Mothers in Law. GO Gambit. CD The Burns and Allen Show. CD The 700 Club. QJNewsprobe. , -10:45- CD Delaware Valley Today. -11:00- fllligh Rollers. OHOveLucy. CI Password. (1 Straight Talk. (IOOTattlebiles. CD Father Knows Best. Q) Divorce Court. -11:25- CDTake Kerr With Graham Kerr. -11:30- O Hollywood Squares. O Midday Live. OThe Brady Bunch. COIxiveof Life. CD Morning Report. HD Peyton Place. CD New Zoo Review. AFTERNOON -12:00- fid News: Weather; Sports. O Jackpot. OShowoffs. The Young and the Rest- lesss. CD Suburban Report. CD Delaware Valley Bulletin Board. S)Not For Women Only. CD Cartoon. -12:30- O Jackpot. O O All My Children. O Journey to Adventure. C0 Search for Tomorrow. CD Contemporary Catholic. CD Romper Room. S3 Green Acres. CD The Lucy Show. -1:00- O Now You See It. OThe Magnificent Marble Machine. O Women's Special. (Monday Only) O Somerset. OO Movie. (1 0 Ryan's Hope. ID Concentration. CD Galloping Gourmet. CD Pope ye. S3 Mothers In Law. CD Movie. -1:30- O Days of Our Lives. O O Let's Make a Deal. O Afternoon Playbreak. "The Girl Who Couldn t Lose. (Thurs. Only) CD As the World Turns. CD All About Faces. CD The Electric Company. CD Dieting Gourmet. QD The Ghost and Mrs. Muir. -2:00- OThe $10,000 Pyramid. CO Guiding Light. CD Magic Garden. CQ Instructional Programming. (QOziie and Harriet. The Flying Nun. -2:30- IJ The Doctors. ORhvme and Reason. C0F.dgeflf Night. CO New Zoo Review. CD Quirk Draw McGraw. -2:30- CD Taking Kerr With Graham Kerr. -3:00- a a Another World. (1 Cartoons. (IQGeneral Hospital. flMake Room for Daddy. CD OThe Price is Right. CD Nanny and the Professor. CDCaptain Scarlett. B Super Heroes. CD Cartoon. -3:30- 0 Cartoons. ()One Life to Live, f ) Beverly Hillbillies. CD Match Game. CD Rill Cosby Show. CD House ol Frankenstein. fS 03 Project 360. S3 The Three Stooges. CD Cartoon. -4:00- fl 0 Mike Douglas Show. CI Somerset. t House of Frankenstein. CI Mod Squad. tJVou Don't Say. OThe Lucy Show. Q3 Musical Chairs. CD The Addams Family. CJffifB Sesame Street. CD Movie. 60 Batman. CD Speed Rarer. -4:30- O Diamond Head. 1 CI Rugs Runny. U O Movie. CO Dinah. CDGillican's Island. fBThe Three Stooges. CD Mickey Mouse Club. -5:00- n Dinah. CI News. O Mickey Mouse Club. C) Ironside. CD I Dream of Jeannie. CD QDB Mister Rogers Neigh borhood. (Brief Smart. QD FUntstones. 5:30- tj News. OThe Flints tones. CD I Dream of Jeannie. CD The Electric Company. CD Andy Griffith. GBCBBi Lingual Series. QD Hogan's Heroes. CD The Munsters. By EDWARD NEILAN Copley News Service Move over commercial and pay TV! Look out motion pictures! Here comes the "videodisc home entertainment" system. Due on the marketplace in late 1976, the system uses optical videodiscs which look much like phonograph records. Each resembles a long-playing record album with pictures. The albums will sell at prices ranging from $3 to $10, and the unit that plays these discs, the optical videodisc player, will sell for about $500. THE OPTICAL videodisc will enable the consumer to view a wide variety of current films in the comfort of one's home without concern about a cable-TV fee or TV commercial interruptions. Many TV favorites also will be available. Unlike commercial and cable TV, which is regulated by the Federal Communications Commission, permission is not required to play the videodiscs on the home TV screen. The Optical Videodisc System consists of a prerecorded videodisc and a player that attaches to any standard home television, receiver and relays full-color or black-and-white pictures and sound to the viewer's own TV screen. THE SYSTEM is being introduced by N.V. Philips, a Dutch company which already produces TV sets, broadcasting equipment and records, and MCA, Inc., which owns Universal Pictures, with an estimated 11,000 previously released movies immediately available for transfer to videodiscs. Officials say arrangements also have been made for the use of 20th Century- Tell me how I can pool cleaned iv matic Pool Cleaner. information without Mdtess- Clty I pfefl ,5tX I : PREIIEU ) i.i.'.l'.yjai'.ii''''w. l;llyli'l;ii;ftftff Fox and Paramount Picture films, and discussions are being held with other producers. North American Philips Corp. and its subsidiary, the Magnavox Co. (both part of the worldwide Philips group of companies), will produce and market the optical videodisc player. MCA will develop, market and distribute the videodiscs which can be played on the 1 1 7 million color and black-and-white sets in the United States. OTHER prospective entries into the videodisc revolution are RCA (the corporate parent of National Broadcasting Co.), Zenith and TelDec (the combination of Germany's Telefun-ken and Decca of Britain). Japan's Sony has not officially announced plans to enter the videodisc field but observers report that the company is working on a magnetic card system. W. Zeiss, manager of the cfleammira! Have your swimming pool cleaned every single day! Impossible? Not with the revolutionary Pool Sweep Automatic Pool Cleaner. Just put one in your pool, dick a switch and forget it. It keeps your pool sparkling clean, swim-ready each and every day. It cleans. It polishes. It sweeps. It gathers leaves and debris. All completely automatically. Let us show you how, thanks to modern technology, your in-ground pool can be cleaned daily the Pool Sweep Automatic Pool Cleaner way. To obtain complete information free of cost or obligation use this Jiandy coupon. Mail to: have my in-ground swimming areaH with a Pool Sweep" Auto- UBISUJ Please see that I receive full dfcsAAAAAAAAAAAAA cost or obligation. Stil 2ip Simple and safe enough so that even a child can operate it, the new videodisc system opens new vistas for home viewers. Philips videodisc operation, said this revolutionary development, which has been test marketed in Europe over the last few years, is "one of the most important market developments since the introduction of color television." He said the consumer for the first time has complete freedom of choice of playing time, program material and control of the audio and visual material while it is being played. TECHNICALLY, the Philips and MCA system is distinguished from its potential competitors by an optical readout. That is, there is no needle or stylus. When placed on a turntable, the disc is scanned by a focused light beam from inside the player unit. There is no physical wear on the playing or replaying of the disc. Each 30-minute videodisc Continued on Page 15 p.lAm DaaI Inn UUSIOlll rODISi lUC,' RD No. 2 Box 654D Black Horse Pike, Turnersville, N.J. (Across From Grants Next To Sunoco) or Call 227-8833 or Stop . in and See Our Display

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