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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 69

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P pf i -' u<.-- TV Details •HM*IM*«MMI^->~mirMBMBtad«V«W Search for Livingston Retraced on Camera 6:30 p.m. (10) Cimarron strip: A cagey old horse trader gets in the way of three robbers trying to escape after they hit the bank for $56,000 (c). : THURS-QUENCHER: 6:30 p.m. (12) Great Explorations: Astronaut John Glenn and actor Andfew Duggan narrate as the cameras retrace Henry Stanley's search for David Livingstone, the Scottish missionary and explorer (c). 7:00 p.m. (3) Flying Nun: Sr. Bertrille becomes a fish spotter for an old man of the sea. (c). 7:30 p.m. (12) Dragnet: Friday and Gannon discuss the pros and cons of LSD and marijuana while visiting a hippie prophet (c). 8:00 p.m. (3) That Girl: Ann is the only witness to the accident her father and Don got into (c). 8:00 p.m. (8) Speaking Freely: David Rockefeller talks about the current state of our economy with Edwin Newman (0. 9:00 p.m. (8) Thursday at Nine: Mrs. Joseph Cusack will serve as moderator for a panel of distinguished legislators who will discuss the pro and cons of two vs. four-year terms for state officials. Prime Time News for NBC New York Times News Service NEW YORK - The National Broadcasting Co. announced today that it planned to televise a monthly two-hour news program in prime time starting next January. The program, to be carried on the first Tuesday of every month and tentatively titled "First Tuesday," will be characterized by "aggressive reporting," according to William R. McAndrew, president of N.B.C. News. "Technical difficulties on 'The Flying Nun'." Phoenix TV Channels KTVK-ABC Channel KPHO Channel 5 KAET Channel 8 KOOL-CBS Channel 10 KTAR-NBC Channel 12 KPAZ* Channel 21 (c) Denotes Color Program * Ultra High Frequency THURSDAY, JAN. 11 5:45 (10) Meditation (c) 5:50 (10) Farm and Ranch (c) 5:55 (12) R.F.D. 6:00 (10) Sunrise Semester (c) (12) Word of Life 6:30 (10) Joseph Benti (c) (12) Today (c) 6:55 (10) Morningline News (c) 7:00 (10) Capt. 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BEST • OF - SHOW: 8:00 p.m. (5) "The Life of Emile Zola"; 1937; Paul Muni, Gloria Holden: A historical and biographical film of the great French writer, including the drama of the Dreyfus case. 8:00 p.m. (10) "Topkapi"; 1964; Melina Mercouri, Peter Ustinov, Maximilian Schell: A woman and her lover plot to steal, and enlist the aid of four amateurs. 10:30 p.m. (5) "Buck Privates"; 1941; Bud Abbott and Lou Costello face life in an Army training camp. 12:10 a.m. (12) "Beyond Tomorrow"; 1940; Charles Winninger: A young romance is guided from the spirit world. Press Wins Suit To Examine Will MUSKEGON, Mich. (UPI)Circuit Judge Albert J. Engel ruled yesterday that probate judges cannot keep secret the wills and other documents from newspapermen and other news media. Judge Engel's opinion upheld the stand taken by the Muske- gori Chronicle, a member of Booth Newspapers, Inc., whicft brought the issue to court after a Chronicle reporter was denied access to the will of the late John Beukema, a Muskegon civil leader, who died last September. ' 11:30 ( 8) What's New (10) As the World Turns (c) (12) Len Burkland (c) 11:45 (12) Mid-day News (c) 12:00 ( 3) Newlywed Game ( 5) Cartoon Circus (10) A Many Splendored Thing (c) (12) Days of Our Lives (c) (21) News Summary 12:30 ( 3) Baby Game (c) ( 5) Leave It to Beaver (10) House Party (c) (12) The Doctors (c) 12:55 ( 3) Children's Doctor (c) 1:00 ( 3) General Hospital (c) ( 5) Open House (c) (10) To Tell the Truth (c) (12) Another World (c) 1:25 (10) Douglas Edwards (c) 1:30 ( 3) Dark Shadows (c) (10) Edge of Night (c) (12) You Don't Say (c) 2:00 ( 3) Dating Game (c) ( 5) Doctor Kildare (10) Secret Storm (c) (12) Match Game (c) 2:25 (12) Floyd Kalber (c) 2:30 ( 3) Homemaker's Showcase (10) Mike Douglas (c) (12) Let's Make a Deal (c) 2:45 ( 3) Movie 3:00 ( 5) Dialing for Dollars (c) (12) Movie 3:30 ( -5) Divorce Court (c) 4:00 ( 5) It's Wallace (c) (10) Merv Griffin (c) 4:30 ( 3) ABC News (c) 4:55 (12) Youth '68 (c) 5:00 ( 3) 5 O'Clock News (c) ( 5) Dennis the Menace ( 8) Misterogers' Neighborhood (12) News 90 (c) 5:30 ( 3) Truth or Consequences (c) ( 5) Sea Hunt ( 8) Spanish-101 (10) Walter Cronkite (c) (12) Huntley-Brinkley (c) 6:00 ( 3) Hazel (c) ( 5) 6 O'Clock Report (c) ( 8) Spanish-102 (10) Big News (c) (12) News 90 (c) (21) Marcela 6:30 ( 3) Batman (c) ( 5) Combat ( 8) Intro, to Music (10) Cimarron Strip (c) (12) John Glenn (c) (21) Hoy en Phoenix 6:45 (21) Noticiero 7:00 ( 3) Flying Nun (c) ( 8) Wildlife Views (21) San Martin de Porres 7:30 ( 3) Bewitched (c) ( 5) McHale's Navy ( 8) What's New (12) Dragnet'68 (c) (21) Lluvia de Estrellas 8:00 ( 3) That Girl (c) ( 5) Movie ( 8) Speaking Freely (10) Movie (12) Dean Martin (c) (21) Alma de mi Alma 8:30 ( 3) Peyton Place (c) (21) Brindis Senorial 9:00 ( 3) Newlywed Game (c) ( 8) Thursday at Nine (12) Ironside (c) (21) The World of Hunting & Fishing 9:30 ( 3) Winds to Adventure (c) (21) College Football Classics 0:00 ( 3) News Report (c) ( 5) 10 O'Clock Final (c) (10) Niteline News (c) (12) World Today (c) (21) Wrestling 10:30 ( 3) Joey Bishop (c) ( 5) Movie (10) Perry Mason (12) Tonight 11:00 (21) News Summary 11:30 (10) Alfred Hitchcock 12:00 (12) News Final (c) 12:10 (12) Movie RENT OR LEASE MAJOR APPLIANCES & TV Black & White $5.00 Color $14.95 Per Month on 1 Year Lease PA Systems—Tape Recorders 264-1313 1117 E. CAMELBACK KPAZ-TV HUNTING & FISHING 9 P.M. COLLEGE FOOTBALL OREGON STATE OREGON WlWU I Madison Sq. Garden WRESTLING With Sandy in D M Gibbons IU rilYli Policewomen Give Tickets in Tehran TEHRAN, Iran (AP) - This modern Moslem capital, a model of Asian women's emancipation, saw 300 glamorously uniformed girls take over this week as traffic cops. Offending drivers and j a y- walkers got tickets at about the same rate as when the usually unshaven and mustachioed policemen were in charge. The police followed the air force in recruiting women. KPHO television 11:45-5:30 SEE REGULAR LOG 5:30 SEA HUNT Mike discovers on underwater 'farm' with a good crop of marijuana. 1 6 O'CLOCK REPORT News/Weather/Sports 6:30 COMBAT A captured US Officer finds himself aiding a German general in his desperate flight from the Gestapo. 7:30 McHALE'S NAVY Captain Binghamton is convinced the air raid which disrupted his operatic debut was staged by McHale. 8:00 THURSDAY NITE AT THE MOVIES "LIFE OF EMILE ZOLA" Paul Muni in award-winning film biography of the great French writer. 10 O'CLOCK FINAL New/Weather/Sports 10:30 MOVIETIME "BUCK PRIVATES" The zany escapades of Abbott & Costello as a pair of Gl's. Model CBM258CWD Diag.—180 Sq. In.—Walnut "DOORBUSTER SPECIAL" $27500 oo SLIGHTLY USED GE COLOR TV. Brand New 22" GE CONSOLE j 268 Sq. In. 946CMP Only OPEN THURSDAYS 'TIL 8:30 P.M. "Serving the Valley—Since 1953" ARIZ, IV. RENTALS SERVICE 2502 N. 7th Street 252-3434 "WE ARE going to stress investigative reporting," McAndrew said, "either of events that have taken place or of the old- fashioned, hard-digging, revelation kind of journalism. And we are going to aim at the uninvolved young of our country." McAndrew said the longer format would give N.B.C. news units time to dig into a running story or to go out and uncover a new one. "WE CAN, with this stricted format, do as few as two stories or as many as a dozen," he said. "But, in any case, the story itself will dictate how much time we give it, rather than the so-called format." The new news program will replace, once a month, the network's Tuesday Night Movie. N.B.C. announced recently that it would begin a third movie night each week beginning in unre- September. KTVK3 7:30 — 2:30 SEE REGULAR LOG 2:30 HOMEMAKER'S SHOWCASE — color with GRETCHEN SCHWENSEN 2:45 Showtime—"Girl in the Kremlin", Lex Barker, Zsa Zsa Gabor 4:30 ABC EVENING NEWS — color BOB YOUNG 5 P.M. NEWS REPORT — ART BROCK — JACK RAINBOLT — COLOR 5:30 Truth or Consequences — color 6:00 Hazel — color 6:30 BATMAN — color — MILTON BERLE as Louie the Lilac 7:00 THE FLYING NUN — color 7:30 BEWITCHED — color 8:00 THAT GIRL — color 8:30 PEYTON PLACE — color 9:00 THE NEWLYWED GAME— color 9:30 FOUR WINDS TO ADVENTURE — color A visit to Ethiopia 10 P.M. NEWS REPORT — ART BROCK, JACK RAINBOLT — COLOR 10:30 The Joey Bishop Show — color Phoenix, Thurs., Jan. 11, 1968 O The 4$ YES KTAR-TV 2S2-7761 TELE VOTE NO .. 258-7311 5:55 AM to 3:00 PM SEE REGULAR LOG 3:00 THE BIG MOVIE . . . "Doctor At Sea" . . . Brigitte Borddf, Dirk Bogarde. 4:55 YOUTH '68 ... Today salutes East Phoenix High . . . other teenage news . . . COLOR 5:00 NEWS 90—NINETY MINUTE NEWS REPORT ... Roy Thompson, Frank Peddie, Bob Vaehe', Bill Stull, Duane Brady, Paul Hughes, Myron Drake, Tom MeSpadden . . . HUNTLEY.BRINKLEY REPORT . . . COLOR 6:30 ... COLOR John Glenn, America's first earth-orbiting astronaut, leads a 1,000-mile African expedition retracing Stanley's history-making search for Livingstone. 7:30 DRAGNET '68 ... "The Prophet" . . . Sgt. Friday and Officer Gannon investigate the leader of a psychedelic cult suspected of selling narcotics to juveniles . . . COLOR 8:00 DEAN MARTIN SHOW . . . Dean welcomes singer Susan Barrett, dance team Brascia and Tybee, Buddy Hackett, comedienne Barbara Heller and Rowan and Martin COLOR 9:00 IRONSIDE . . . "Memory Of An Ice Cream Stick" . . . Ironside and Mark quarrel when the Chief warns him against association with an old friend . . . COLOR 10:00 THE WORLD TODAY ... Ray Thompson, Frank Peddle. Bob Vache' . . . COLOR 10:30 THE TONIGHT SHOW . . . COLOR 12:00 NEWS FINAL ... Bob Gage . . . COLOR 12:05 MOVIE TWELVE . . . "Beyond Tomorrow" . Carlson, Jean Parker. Stella Stevens, John V. Lindsay Richard Read Julian DeVries' "Medical Spotlight" each Monday IX/leignavo .. .today's most advanced TV 5:45 Meditation 5:50 Farm and Ranch Roundup 6:00 Sunrise Semester 6:30 CBS News—Benti 6:55 Morningline News 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Candid Camera (B&W) 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies (B&W) 9:00 Andy of Mayberry (B&W) 9:30 Dick Van Dyke (B&W) 10:00 Love of Life 10:25 CBS News—Benti 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 The Guiding Light 11:00 Password 11:30 As The World Turns 12:00 Love is a Many Splendored Thing 12:30 House Party 1:00 To Tell The Truth 1:25 CBS News—Edwards 1:30 Edge of Night 2:00 Secret Storm 2:30 Mike Douglas-Shelley Berman, Hal March KOQL-TV ohoenix, arizona 6:30 P.M. 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