The World from Coos Bay, Oregon on July 21, 1980 · 13
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Monday, July 21, i960 , THE WORLD, Coos Bay, Ore -Page 13 May do wonderous things Videodiscs have arrived on scene By DICK KLEINER HOLLYWOOD (NEA) - It's flat and thin and looks like a record that has been filter plated. It's the videodisc and it may do wondrous things for you in your home M well as in many facets of industry. At the moment, the videodisc is simply a playback device - the viewer cannot record on it -but it ha advantages that its proponents feel outweigh that drawback. The potential of the videodisc la undersewed by the giant corporation involved in its manufacture and sales. RCA baa been In It the longest and baa had competition from systems marketed or planned by Magna vos, Zenith and seme Japanese manufacturer. This past September, IBM end MCA, dominant companies in the computer and entertainment fields respectively, formed a partnership called DtacoVision Associates. DtocoVlsion's equipment is now available, ana, at a dem-cesiraiiea recently, proved that one of the prune boasts of those who believe videodiscs are the wave of the future seems to be true. That boast is that the quality of both picture and sound through videodiscs to superior to that on cassettes. Videodiscs ooerate through the use of laser beams, which pick up the sounds and pictures embedded on the disc. Nothing actually touches the disc, which, obviously, Increases the lifespan of the due enormously furthermore. some t'de-odtoc system can be booked up ACROSS t Detail euml I Frapp Hebrew lawgiver II Wewrtdwlk 12 Star group !3 On of lit 3? krstchmg out 41 Poetic pffpOfttKMt 42 Neuattvt 44 Cowboy Roger 48 Ootert region of shifting tend 48 Sneko tytt 47 Nabob (abhr) 41 Hate 81 Kind of rock 84 Shattered 88 Silty 18 (ringer cookie 87 Inergyunq (P) DOWN 1 Painted 2 Tonoe 3 Scouting group (ubbr ) 4 (sSbr.) 5 Electrified par. belt 8 Spanish hero 7 Error IS in the pest 18 Indefinite in order IS Soldiers address (ebbr) 19 Sr meent of 20 Spy group (ibbr) 21 Oopek 22 Auto fsilurs 21 Attendsnt on boerd ship 29 Civet, for on 30 Actress Weet 31 ConfsdtrKs States Army tenor) 32 Rottry bead 33 Unbeliever i VAl ID ONLY WITH THMOUGH TIMSDAY so the sound - comparable to that on the Brat stereo record - can be played back over a home stereo system The result to that the sound is not limited by the tiny speakers in the average home television DiscoVision, however, to not aiming at the consumer at this point, that may come later Currently, they feel their prime customer to industry Already, they are turning out systems - and disc-recorded programs -through which the McDonald people will be training new employes, through which the FBI will be showing mug shots and descriptions of wanted men, through which hospitals will be recording patnology slides and patient Information, through which the Los Angeles Times (among other newspapers) WU all their photograph I watched a program General Motors bad recorded on a disc for training its showroom salesmen. The operator could atop, start reverse, speed up at will . .& quia. The program asked the trainee whether it was true or Airline to end service PORTLAND, Ore. (UP!) -United Airlines has announced that starting Sept 3 it will no longer have service from Portland International Airport to Boise. Answer to Previous Puzzit 8 Mom profound 10 In ttep (abbr) 11 Sag 12 Star 14 Europeen mustard 17 N M (contr) 23 Behold (1st) 24 Hold out 28 Houtetoo feaiuro 27 ranod of urn 29 Impure 33 Foot part 34 Fiupet(pl) 35 Recover 30 Rooks cry 38 Author WH- mgton 39 Sound 40 Cheat (! ) 43 Fakir 49 Nw 01 protect (abbr) 50 Informed 52 Compos point 53 Aunti THIS COUPON false, "Is a front stabilizer bar standard on a Malibu7" There was a system for the trainee to answer. If he gave the correct answer, the voice said, "Your answer is correct The program will continue" If, however, the answer was incorrect, the voice said, "Your answer to incorrect We are going back to review the correct information," and tne program returned to the pint where the instructor had discussed the front stabilizer bar RCAs emphasis is on the home entertainment applications of the videodisc. In an interview in Videograpby, a trade publication in the field. Herb Scblosser, a former NBC president who now beads of RCA' videodisc programming. says that "There will be many different types of things available on the videodisc, and movies and music will very imprUnt parts of our opening catalog Scblosser thinks that the videodisc impact on recording artists will be comparable to what talkies were to silent film stars. In this case, recording artists who are not hotogenlc may suffer ausc they will be unable to make the transition from a recording without pictures to the recording with pictures. It is the future Only the future to now, or, at the very worst, nest wee recording n ESS Disneyland's first LIBERTY, Ma (UPI) -David MacPheraon recalls the summer of 1965, the summer he waited all night outside Disneyland to be the first visitor at the amusement parks grand opening the next day. MacPheraon paid for ticket No. 1 back on July 18, 1355, as a 22-year-old Long Beach State College student. Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., began its 25th anniver Long strike being predicted Disasters can SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -A Fairmont Hotel guest from Connecticut was in and because his breakfast order was a disaster. He became upset because the boiled egg he ordered in a cup for breakfast was cut up and in pieces." A matronly woman in a fur was told at the posh Mark Hopkins Hotel sne had to handle her own bags ami TWO Find tom self another chicken lover and make Hacks to the Sizzler. You'll eacn enjoy a tendei boneless bieast of thicken jiath topped with ham and melted svwv- cheese to dip m mil zipp mustaid sauce Plus a uicy steak hi oiled to order, a baked potato oi fienth fi ies and Sizle: theese toast Theie's orb one place uhete ou can get ste and Malibu Chit ken At the Sizlei Offer good now thru Wednesday, July 23, 1930 of: Kentucky Gov. John Y. Brown and wife Phyllis George were a long way from home, but It was for a good cause. They were la Beverly Hilit, Calif., throwing a princely hash for a pest list that might be published as the Whos Who of industry and sary Thursday, which Mac-Pherson said came a day early since it did not officially open to the public until July 18. He said he decided not to attend the 25th celebration because he had been there last November, and also because he and his wife plan a vacation next month - to Alaska to write about the modern day gold rush. MacPherson, now a reporter for KTRO-FM and snarled, This to absurd." These were reactions to a strike called recently by 6,000-member Hotel and Restaurant Employees Local 2 to back contract demands. The union walked out at a dozen hotels, and the managements of 24 others locked out thir union workers. A gloomy outlook for a quick settlement came from Jack Cut out for chicken FOR KCLO-AM in Leavenworth, Kan., and a writer, lives in Liberty, Mo. He said he arrived at Disneyland about midnight June 17, 1955, and was the only person there. He said by dawn there were 6,000 people in line and about $0,000 bought tickets the first day. MacPherson said Thursday he wanted to set the record straight. While Watt Disney picked two children back in be expected Crowley, secretary of the San Francisco Labor Council, AFLCIO. who said: There as no possibility of resolving it until the catharsis takes place." This was toe citys first strike against the better hotels in 40 years. Tourism is a 1 billion a year city business. Guests were forced to make their own beds, carry their own luggage and put up with thats a bit of a With this v '&) motion pictures. Guests dined oa pits, candied yams, pecan pies and were given a picturebook on the state. Occidental Oil giant Armand Hammer, right, was also la attendance at the event promoting the state, UPI Telephoto. returns the line to go into the amusment park free, it was David MacPherson who bought the first ticket Walt Disney picked two kids to go in first They dntott pay anything, I did. I got a lifetime pass, issued every January. Every year I've got a lifetime pass for four people, which covers free admissions, free parking, free rides. The only Hung I have to do to bey meals," MacPherson said. MacPherson, who has lived other inconveniences. Some hotels refused to take any more reservations and advised registered guests to leave. Mark Hopkins Manager Sandor J. Stongl took to the telephone in an attempt to get non-union help in Hawau. I donl care how you do it, you find them 15 seats and put toon on an airplane, he said over the phone. ham. coupon ak in Missouri since 1960, recalled spending several hours at Disneyland on opening day m 1955. Af- , terward, MacPherson sold his No. 1 ticket for 50 cents (winch be had been allowed to keep as a souvenir) to buy gas for bis motorbike to get liome. He said he also used his lifetime pass to go to Dts-neyworld in Orlando, Fla., last April. MacPherson, who said he went to Disneyland hundreds of times before moving to Missouri, said, Its always a Mast" - - I tr - ' V ."COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER" WIAJENELSON-DVAN CANNON-AMT IfVINC Robert Redford . , to t, f .. BRUBAKERS NOW hthoa GouM Gene Btyoki T, is . Pius, ITS H0WIARITY -s i wuiwswrs yl "ICI , .-A. BoT-tF , &&&?! 3T'fcMitt 14ft Mfrti Mill BfMim-itfrianfMViSl I PoNY42 NOW i jac wiarocm Knar tvtiriA ("USED, CATES' Today's almanac By United Press Internataml Today is Monday, July 21, the 203rd day of lSfoO, with 163 to follow. The moon to moving from its first quarter. The Burning stars are Mercury and Venus. The evening stars are Mars, Jupiter ami Saturn. Those born on this dute are under the sign of Cancer. Author Ernest Hemingway was born July 21,1899. On this day in history: In 1861, the first major military engagement of the Civil War occurred at Bull Run Creek in Virginia, about 33 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. In 1873, outlaw Jesse James held up the Rock Island express train at Adair, Iowa, and escaped with 83,090. In 1930, the UJ5. Veterans Administration was established. Howard is now big boy HOLLYWOOD (UFT) -Ron Howard, who has outgrown the teen-ager image that made bun a star, ami NBC, fighting to escape the cellar of the network ratings, have joined form. Howard, the star for seven years of ABCs Happy Days," signed a long-term contract Thursday with NBC to act, produce, direct said develop series and movies. Financial details of the agreement were not released. ABC officials said they wished Howard well and that Happy Days would continue without his character of Ridue Ganuybam. wmanKEir mi ik tv bhonco eur wot m as Mil -ttMOiiv m r ret r. tm -WHOU Y MOSfS m -vnuwtr tm net -ewmrwMe. -OAUMATtOMT MOAHftAfUl mtSkfeM u$0 caw m 7 ix wn SM8Atfrftftl MOr'Ok rtl t' RIGHT m &ss0 B,UVb PoRTl NOW... Ha waited to be Moses. WHOLLY MOttt! aaWww aH 833 BnwauUS,f 'fvfO Ml w. ! Tt XT2MOVJ. 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