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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1969 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 2! A number ot' readers have asked if It would be possible to get a copy of the "Plege of Allegiance" Red Skelton delivered on his show last January 14. I asked the veteran comedian if he would send me a copy of the document with permission to reprint it. He said yes --so here it is: Red Skeltoii. . . remembers a pledge I remember this one teacher. To me, he was the greatest teacher, a real sage of my time. He had such wisdom. We were all reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, and he walked over..Mr. Lasswell was his name. He said: "I've been listening to you boys and girls recite the Pledge of Allegiance all semester and it seems as though it is becoming monotonous to you. If I may, may I recite it and try to explain to you the meaning of each word: "I -- me, an individual, a committee of one. "PLEDGE -- dedicate all of my worldly goods to give without self-pity. - . "ALLEGIANCE -- my love and my devotion. "TO THE FLAG -- our standard, Old Glory, a symbol of freedom. Wherever she waves, there is respect because your loyalty has given her a dignity that shouts freedom is everybody's job. "OF THE UNITED -- that means that we have all come together. "STATES -- individual communities that have united into 48 great states. Forty-eight individual communities with pride and dignity and purpose, all divided with imaginary boundaries, yet united to a common purpose, an that's'love for country. "OF AMERICA. "AND TO THE REPUBLIC -- a state in which sovereign power is invested in representatives chosen by the people to govern. And government is the people and it's from the people to the leaders, not from the leaders'to the people. "FOR WHICH IT STANDS. "ONE NATION -- meaning, so blessed by God. "INDIVISIBLE -- incapable of being divided. "WITH LIBERTY -- which is freedom and the right of power to live one's own life without threats or fear or some sort of retaliation. "AND JUSTICE -- the principle or quality of dealing fairly with others. "FOR ALL -- which means it's as much your country as it is mine." Since I was a small boy, two states have been added to our country and two words have been added to the Pledge of Allegiance -- "under God." Wouldn't it be a pity if someone said, "That's a prayer," and that would be eliminated from schools, too? (Signed) RED SKELTON (Do you have a question about a famous personality? Send your questions to Hy Gardner, "Glad You Asked That," care of the Tucson Dally Citizen, P.O. Box 5027, Tucson, Ariz. 85703.) Tucson Radio Network Stations KCEE (799) -- (NBC) Popular, semi-classical and classical music. NBC news on the hour, local on the half hour. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to midnight, Sunday; 5 a.m. to 1 a.m., Monday · Thursday; 5 a.m. to 2 a.m., Friday and Saturday. KIKX (580) -- (Mutual) Network news on the half hour AP and UPI newswires. Adult contemporary music. 5:30 a.m. -- 1 a.m. KOPO (1450) -- (CBS) Adult, pop music and show tunes. News periods: 7-9:10 a.m.; 11:30-12:35 p.m.; 4-6 p.m. Ten minute news on the hour. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to midnight daily. KTUC (1400) -- American Information and Entertainment Network; programs, news on hour and half hour. Broadcasts continuously. Independent Stations KAIR (14SO) -- Contemporary good music. News on the hour and half hour. Broadcasts continuously. .KCEE FM (9«.l) -- Simulcasts with KCEE for news on the halt hour. Adult music. Broadcasts 24 hours Monday-Saturday. Sunday until midnight. Multiplex stereo. KCUB (1290)- Contemporary adult music. News on the hour-. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. KEVT (696) -- Spanish language, Latin music. Exclusive. AP radio teletype world news coverage, 8 a.m., noon and 5 p.m. Broadcasts from sunrise to sunset. KFMM-FM (99.5) -- Adult, contemporary music, inspirational programs, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Classical music, 6 p.m. to midnight. KHOS (Ml) -- Modern country music. News on the halt hour. Broadcasts 24 hours a day. KHYT (1331) -- Adult contemporary music. News, sports ana weather at 51 minutes after the hour. Starts broadcasting at 6 a.m. daily. M KTKT (WO) -- Contemporary music, news on the hour and 35 after the hour. Broadcasts continuously. KUAT (1559) -- Music, educational and cultural programs and public affairs. Daylight station of University of Arizona, Monday-Friday. ' · · " ' ,, ' · ' KXEW (1600) -- Spanish Language. Latin music. News 8 a.m., 13 noon and 5 p.m. Broadcasts 6 a.m. to sunset. WEDNESDAY, 4:41 P.M. BASEBALL. California Angels vs. Detroit Tigers. (KTUC, 1400) WEDNESDAY, 7:41 P.M. BASEBALL. Los Angeles Dodgers vs. St. Louis Cardinals. (KOPO, 1450) Trial Slated In Missing Money Trial date for John P. Mac-key, accused of theft by embezzlement of $17,952 from the estate of a priest in 1967, has been set for Jan. 20. 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Q You Don't Say Game Q Life to Live, serial © Edge of Night, serial 1:00 P.M. CJ Match Game; NBC News Q Steve Allen Show Variety hour Quests Cassldy BOB CHAN 15, HELEN HAYES "Arsenic and Old Lace" stars Channel 9, 6 p.m. singer Jock oerfleleJ. uests are Barbara Feldon, and Rodney Dan- © Linkleltcr Show Art Llnklclter hosts and Is alflcd by son Jack and daughter Dlnnc. Psychologist Dr. Lorlene Chase Is a guest. 1:38 P.M. Q Reports Two local news features. CD Public Affaii-s © I Love Lucy, comedy 2:00 P.M. CJ Ed Nelson Show Ninety minutes of variety. Q Movie "The Gal Who Took the West" with Yvonne DcCarlo, o nood 199 western set In Arizona In the 189D's. Two men, bitter enemies In a lone-standing feud, fall for an opera singer. (Two hours) CD Movie "Ooerntton Elchmann," a very oood 1941 drama with Werner Klemperer, depicts the part Elchmann played In the destruction of Hitler's enemies, his escape alter the war and his capture by Israelis. (Two hours) © Beverly Hillbillies Comedy. 2:30 P.M. © Mike Douglas Show Guests are comic Robert Klein, the Free Design musical group. Terry O Brlen and Co. (with a wire act), Illusionist Ferry Forst and Christine Jorgcnsen, author ot "Christine Jorpcnsen, a Personal Autobiography." (PA hours) 3:3§ P.M. O Allen Ludden's Gallery Guests are singer dancer Ann Miller, comic London Lee, Ihe Randy Sparks collection musical group, and actor Jean- Pierre Aumont. Cary Grant Is portrayed In words bv James Bacon; Rochello Reed describes James Brown. (I'/a hours) 3:45 P.M. Q Explo Fashions College compus styles for fall nr» modeled. 4:00 P.M. Q Dark Shadows, serial CD Littlest Hobo A German shepherd named London roama the world over looking for adventure, Re- Issue. © David Frost Show Guests for ninety minutes of talk and variety Include actress France Nuven, singer Eddy Arnold, singer-dancer Chelsea Brown, comic Georpie Kaye, psychologist Dr. Gyula Denes, aftorney William Kunst- lerand newspaperman Jimmy Breslln. d'/a hours) Tar/an A f l c r o tall on a river boat Jal loses his memory and becomes the helpless accomplice of Icwel thieves. Re-Issue. (One hour) 7:00 P.M. Q Tempo Fl'st In a series of programs of entertainment survcvlno the arts and combining music, photography and off-beat settings. Prooram Is called "Stimulants" and o simple scene Is repealed 13 times and photographic variations simulate visions n duced by LSD. CD Galloping Gourmet Crnhiim Kcrr shows how to make a main dish of pieces of chicken cooked with bacon, mushrooms and onion, and served In rich wine-flavored brown sauce with olives. 7:30 P.M. GJ French Chef Julia Child prepares npolc desserts: Apple Charlotte, Apple Rose and an upside down apple tnrl. CD Peter Gunn Craig Stevens returns as a debonair detective. CQ The Good Guys To cnsh In on Ihe nighttime trade. Rufus and Bert keep Bert's Place open 2-1 hours i day but then can't stay nwake to serve the customers. Repent. 8:00 P.M. CJ Music Hall Tony Sandier and Ralph Youno host the final program ol their England-originated scries wllh Judy Came, Victor Borgc, magician David Berolas and Ann Sidney (Ms: World 1964) In an hour of comedy and music. O International Magazine Nnpoleon's two remaining descendants, a prince and a former bus driver, are Interviewed on the 200th anniversary of the Em- perlor's birth. Reports are given on the treatment of Jewish and Arab exiles In the Middle East. British research Into let fa tlnue Is chronicled. (One hour) Q Movie "All That Heaven Allows" wllh Jane Wyman, D very oood 1956 drama based on a story by Edna L. and Harry Lee about an atlracllvo widow who falls In love with her gardener. Town aosslp and the wrath of children Interferes. Rock Hudson, Aancs ft\ooreliead and Conrad Noocl co-slar. CD The Detectives Robert Taylor and Mark Gaddard Mar Ire-Issue stories ot the never-ending fight aoalnsl crime. © Beverly Hillbillies Repeat comedy episode. 8:30 P.M. CD Colt 45 Wayde Preston stars as Christopher Colt, who ostensibly represents his family's arms-manulacturln!; company along the Western frontier, but who is really a secret agent for President Grant. Re-Issue. © Green Acres Oliver, Incensed over mall procedures by Sam Drucker at his store, writes to Ihr U.S. Postmaster General demanding mall delivery service. Repeat. 8:00 A.M. CJ Personality Game Q Romper Room Chris BelNos Is hostess of a program for Tucson area youngsters with games, cartoons and variety. © Andy Griffith, comedy 8:30 A.M. O Hollywood Squares Game © Dick Van Dyke, comedy 9:00 A.M. O Jeopardy Game Q Bewitched, comedy © Love of Life; CBS News Serial; short news report. 9:30 A.M. Q Guess Game; NBC News Q That Girl, comedy © Search For Tomorrow, serial 10:00 A.M. O That Show Chnkravarlht Marsslmhan, Chef de Cabinet of Ihe United Nations Secretary-General, and U.M. administrator Paul Hoflman talk about the United Nations, the money spent on aid and armaments, and Ihe many areas In which a nation may reaulre assistance. Q Dream House Game £0 Morningline News 10:30 A.M. CJ Putting Me On Game Q Make a Deal Game (0 As World Turns, Serial 11:00 A.M. CJ Days of Our Lives, serial Q Newlywed Game C0 Many Splendored Thing, Serial. 11:30 A.M. 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Fourth Ave Luncheon Meats - Only Beer Wine Gold Bond Stamps We reserve the right to correct printed errors and limit quantities; Price.s effective through Saturday CHRISTINE JOIIGENSEN With Mike Douglas Channel 13, 2:30 p.m. 4:30 P.M. Q ABC News ffl Uncle Bob's Show An hour of cartoons, Dames and variety for Tucson ares vounosters wllh host Bob Love. 5:00 P.M. Q Reports Q Local News; Paul Harvey 5:39 P.M. O Huntley-Brinkley Report Nev/s. ·' Q Children's Fair Fire and fire-making tools are featured. Q Hazel, comedy Q] Batman Adam West and Burl Ward aocear as The Dynamic Duo, crlmellohlers. In a re-Issue series. (D Cronkite With News Wednesday Evening «:·· P.M. O Weather, News, Sports O What's New Caotaln Dan talks about rivermcn and their lives as outlaws, oamblcrs and Indian florifers; Ihe Zookeeper fells viewers to be careful what they believe about animals as some Ihinos may not be true. O Wednesday Night Movie Helen Hayes, Robert Crane, Lillian Gish, David Wayne, Fred Gwvnne and Sue Lvon appear in a TV adaptation of the comedy classic "Arsenic and Old Lace." Story is of Iwo elderly women who develop a very bS' habil. Repeat. (Two hours) CD Gilligan's Island Bob Denver stars In comedy stories about Castaways. Re-Issue. I News «:30P.M. The Virginian Herb Jeffries guests as a ounsllnaer who upsets Ihe serenity of Medicine Bow when he arrives in town, causing several citizens to examine guilty consciences. Repeat. (IV'z hours) Living For The Sixties Hostess Betty Furness talks with Gay Gaer Luce, co-aulhor of "Sleep," account of the nature of sleep, and Luclle Nathanson appears with a seventh set of exercises, subject. · · . . . . · ; fD Truth or Consequences . ' A wife discovers S100 bill in her husband's wallet and her surprise is registered by .remote camera. Jn another skit on this game show, Itiree youngsters present:unusual trained pets . . . . a k«naaroo, t cit and a clano-playlng chicken. 9:00 P.M. Q The Outsider A millionaire retains David Ross by mall, but at their llrsl scheduled meeting this man Is found dead and Ross ends up Investigating his own client's slaving. Re peal. (One hour) O That's Life Proaram plves lips on how to turn dreams Inlo reality by uslno one's own and other resources for self-actualization. CD Combat Vic Morrow stars in re-Issue stories of soldiers In World War 11. (On« hour) CD Hawaii Five-0 Steve McGnrrett files to Los Angeles to build 3 case against o practitioner (Jaonnn LInvIlle) who Is victimizing jMcGarrclt's sister (Nancy Malone) and her seriously lit baby with a phony "treatment" machine. First of a two-parr episode. Repeat. (One hour) 9:30 P.M. Q Book Beat ·Dionysus" by Roderick Thorn Is discussed by host Robert Cromie and the author of this novel of a black American and his conflict with his family and his love tor a while woman. Astronauts Ceremonies 10:00 P.M. Q News, Sports, Weather O News Night CD Golf Tips; Zorro Lloyd Manorum discusses proper tee procedure and a re-Issue chapler ol "Zorro Rides Again" with John Carroll and Duncan Renaldo follows. © Niteline News 10:30 P.M. Gl Astronauts Ceremonies CD Movie "Draoonwvcl:" with Gene Tierney, Walter Huston and Vincent Price, a very oood I9J6 drama about a woman's secret that lead to terror In an old manor house. Based en Anya Seton's novel. ll'/i hours) © Perry Mason Cose of the waylaid wolf. Repeat. One hour) 11:00 P.M. O News On Nine 11:30 P.M. CD Movie; News "Diamond Horseshoe" with Betty Grable, a very good 1945 musical about a headllner In Billy Rose's Diamond Horseshoe who Is furious when her son decides to quit medi cal school for show business. Dick Haymes, William Gaxlon, Phil Silvers, Beatrice Kay and Carmen Cavallaro loin the fun. 12 MIDNIGHT CD Western Theater Thursday Morning ·5:29 A . M . © Farm, Ranch lloundup 5:39 A.M. © Black Heritage History ot Afro-Americans. 5:55 A.M. Q Reportaje de Noticias 6:MA.M. O Today Show Mews and variety. Prof. Patricia Sexton discusses her book "The Feminized Male." (One hour) © Captain Kangaroo Children's program. Films of ; coffee plantation (Hacienda Monte Verde) In Puerto Rico are shown. One hour. 7:MA.M.' O Takes Two Game; NBC News CD Morning News Hour Correspondents from around tha world re- oort. 7:11 A.M. O News, Cartoons 7:31 A.M. O Concentration Game O Dennis the Menace, comedy Thursday Afternoon 12 NOON Another World, serial O General Hospital, serial CD Prom the Border, variety Spanish language show with Oscar Sieveni, host. (PA hours) (0 Secret Storm, serial 12:30 P.M. Q You Don't Say Game 0 Life to Live, serial (0 Edge of Night, serial 1:00 P.M. Q Match Game; NBC News Q Stuve Allen Show Guests for an hour of variety art Gypsy Rose Lee, Richard Pryor, Jackie de Shannon. Smokey Robinson and The Miracles. £0 Linkletter Show Ark Llnkletter hosts with the aid of his son Jack and daughter Diane. Actress Arleni Oahl and sinner Sarah Vaughan guest. 1:30 P.M. Q Reports Tv/o local news features. CD Public Affairs (0 Lucy Show, comedy 1:40 P.M. O Explo Fashions Styles that will be seen on campus this Fall are featured. 2:00 P.M. Q Ed Nelson Show Ninety minutes of variety. Q Movie "Naked Alibi" with Sterling Havden and Gloria Graname, a very good 195-J drama about a deteclve, dismissed for alleged pressure on a murder suspect, who sets out to prove he's got the right man. [Two hours) CD Movie "Dragonwyck," a very good 1944 drama based on Anva Sefon's novel about terror In an old mansion, stars Gene Tierney, Waller Huston and Vincent Price. (Two hours) £0 Beverly Hillbiliies, comedy 2:30 P.M. £0 Mike Douglas Show Guests Include the comedy team of Patch- elf ara Tarses, Kaye Stevens, Lionel Hampton and Lionel Tiger, author of "Men in Groups." (P/2 hours; 3:30 P.M. Q Allen Ludden's Gallery Jill Scharv gives a word portrait of Jane Fonda and guests Include singer James Brown, comic Marty Allen and Cosmopolitan magazine editor Helen Garlev Brown (PA hours) 4:00 P.M. ' Q Dark Shadows, serial CD Littlest Hobo A German, shepherd dog named London roams the world over looking for adven- £0' David Frost Show Comic Pat Henry, art collector Huntlnston Hartford and the Vanilla Fudge singing group guest. Participants in a discussion on dieting are Founder of Weight-Watchers Jean Nidetch, radio commentator Carlton Fredericks, psychiatrist Dr. Lawrence Haf- terer. Dr. Irwin Stlllman, and Stephen Rao- paport, who demonstrates his muscle tightening machine. (Hi hours) 4:31 P.M. Q ABC News CD Uncle Bob's Show Bob Lov! hosts a show with cartoons, variety and games for Tucson area youngsters fOne hour) 5:MP.M. O Reports News and business features. Local News; Paul Harvey 5:3»P.M. Q Huntley-Brinkley Report Hens. . Hazel, comedy CD Batman Burt Ward and Adam West star as namlr Duo. crlmeflghters, In this nT CD Cronkite With News , ' · ' , ' Information in these Usttags fa provided by the tetevfclM Networks and local station, newspaper assumes M , _ sibility for errors cans** tj jj«| changes IB scbedatiig. ~ '

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