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Mra (MR) STM, Rlmiy (f fftfit Pififfri MARIAN MOSKS (ukcs a break with Pclcr Lawford on the set of "Buona Sera, Mrs. Campbell." Hollywood types rate Marian as the lass with the most class since Princess Grace left the movie world. buy them in the first place. No major manufacturer, for instance, makes one piece of tape recorder, cartridge or furniture that houses a stereo phonograph, radio, reel-to-reel cassette, tape recorder and television set. You can buy any number of combinations, but if you happen to be someone who likes everything in one handy, attractive place, you are out of luck. According to Jack K. Sauler, an executive vice-president of RCA Victor, the economics are not right for a unit that would include both types of tape handling systems. "The cost of the mechanical components for both types would push the retail price too high to be competitive," he says. Despite manufacturer's claims that the storage of tapes is simple and consumes less space than record albums, personal use still favors albums. They may be larger, but you can get a lot of them into a small space on a shelf. Tapes, both reels and the smaller cartridges, take up more room. By JOAN CROSBY NEA Enferrtiinment Editor NEW YORK— (NEA) —A few years ago, Tim Con way made a joke about what would happen if his television series, McHale's Navy, wasn't renewed. "We'll continue to'make the shows and sell the episodes door to door," he cracked. Today, it's not so funny. A year ago, Norman Felton, an NBC producer and the executive producer of the recently,; demised '/The Man Trom UN.C.L.E.; predicted the day when people could go to a store as they go to a record store today, buy a taped cartridge, insert it in a television set and see a movie they have selected, at a time that is convenient to them. Today, Dr. Peter C. Goldmark, president of CBS Laboratories, has developed EVR (Electronic Video Recording), which will make Felton's prediction a reality in the home •within 24 months. Home entertainment is in the throes of a revolution which makes the days when records went from 78 rpm to 45 and 33Vb look as simple as a change from standard time to daylight savings. Today if you want to hear music you have a choice of: AM, FM or FM stereo radio, discs, reel to reel tapes, cartridge tapes and cassettes. You can have a tape recorder to make your own recordings. You can have, if you have the money (revolutions are always expensive), a video tape recorder which will, if you are out on the night a program you want to see is telecast, automatically make a copy of the program which you can play back through your television set. You can make your own movies the traditional way, with a movie camera. But you can also buy a tape camera to make pictures which can be played through the TV set. With the exception of the EVR system, not yet available to the public, all this is pos^ sible today if you have two things: the space to keep the components and the money to v ,however, is * excellent. There is" greater fidelity and the life of the tape is said to be longer than that of a record. With proper equipment, reel-to-reel tapes will play back and forth on both tracks until you decide to shut them off. Possibly self-conscious of the many-splendorcd thing that tape is, one company has devised a new look for record playing. A Seeburg home audio unit, which can cost up to $1,500, stores 50 records in Its player system and, with the use of a computerized memory, can play both sides of one or any of them, without human hands touching the records (after their insertion). Portable equipment has been refined nearly to the point of perfection. But perhaps the thing that has given the biggest boost to the tape industry is the installation of cartridge players in automobiles. They offer excellent sound in cars, where the only sound before this came from an AM radio. But experts still feel that for simple home use, and the best sound, records are still the answer. VEGETARIANISM PROMOTED BOMBAY. India (API-Vegetarianism is the answer to India's chronic food shortages, claims Mrs. Rukmini Devi Arundale, president of the Indian Vegetarian Congress. She told a meeting of her group more food is available from the land than through animals. Besides, she said, vegetarianism is a "better and nobler way of life"— even Americans are turning to vegetarianism to avoid excess calories and fat. TUB STEB&U TAPli WAR is «fl. Three systems on the t«4»y trc, left !o rigbl, « M^ar eight-track, a a PWMp« Television Schedule Ss30 6:60 6s SO 7t30 Hartley Stttmay Hfflpott Kiwi *nd Ueathce Repot t (C) Daniel Boon* tfflC (C) JfSC .(C) 6s 00 RIF1SUR 6:30 (COLOR) WSTfift 7-30 (COWS) BEWITCHED gsOO (COLOR) THAT OKI, g.JO (COLCft) PEttCN PUCK 9:00 (COLOR) COWBOt IK AfRlCA 10:00 (COLOR) THE 10 O'CLOCK REKRt lOtJQ (COLCU) OLTMP1CS WRAFUP 10U5 (COLOR) JOEf BISHOP 12tOO M SINE OFF FRtPAY. FEBRUARY, 16 PHday, February 16 6:45 AM 7:00 (COLOR) 3530 10:30 11:00 11:30 (COLOR) 12:00 N 1:00 (COLOR) 1:30 (COLOR) 1:55 (COLOR) 2:00 (COLOR) 2:30 (COLOR) 3:00 (COLOR) 3:30 5:00 (COLOR) 5:30 (COLOR) 6:00 6:30 (COLCR) 7:30 (COLOR) >8:30 (COLOR) 10:00 (COLOR) 10:30 (COLOR) ii:/»5 (COLOR) 12:00 (COLOR) 1:00 AM TEST PATTERN BOZO'S BIO TOP SHOW DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Qraas Is Greener" Gary Grant, Debroah Kerr HOW'S TOUR MOTHER-IN-LAW BEWITCHED TREASURE ISLE THE FUGITIVE NEWLYWED GAME THE BAST GAME THE CHILDREN'S DOCTOR GENERAL HOSPITAL DARK SHADOWS DATING GAME DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Blood Of The Vampire Barbara Shelley, Vihcent Ball ABC NEWS 5:30 REPORT RIFLEMAN OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD OPERATION ENTERTAINMENT WINTER OLYMPICS THE 10 O'CLOCK REPORT THE BIG MOVIE "Agent For HARM" ' Mark ^Richmond, Wendell Cory WINTER OLYMPICS JOEY BISHOP SINE OFF 6s 5$ 7sOO i\ 25 1 i 30 8s 00 8 {25 (U30 9 J 00 9:25 9s 30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 11555 12:00 12:30 1:00 s30 ;00 :30 :00 ;30 5:00 30 00 30 30 8:30 9:00 with Bab Bulee (C) Morning Devotions (C) the Today Sbow KBC (C) Arkansas Mow* ant! Wcnther (C) the today Show NBC (C) the today Show NBC (C) AtkflrtSas News nnd Weather (C) this today Shot! NBC (C) Snap Judgement NBC (G) Haney tucker son with the New» Cdncentratton KBC (C) Personality NBC (C) this Hollywood Squares NBC Jeopardy NSC (c) Eye Guess KBC (C) Edwltt Ncwrnan with the News Little Rock Today (C) Ut'fl Make A Deal NBC (C) Days of Our Lives NBC (C) the Doctors NSC (C) Another World NBC (C) You Don't Say NBC (C) the Nike Douglas Show (C) 1 Love Lucy 'Rodcco-.-atlog" F troop "Survival of the Fit teat" Hunt ley Brink ley Report NBC News and Weather Report (C) tarzan NBC (C) Star trek NBC (C) the Hollywood Squares NBC Bell telephone Hour NBC (C) 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnle Gibbons Sports Show 10:30 The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sign Off THURSDAY , TEBRUA3Y 15 6*30 DANIEL 3OONE - C 7:30 IRONSIDE - C DRAGyST 1968 - C 9:00 DEA;< <ARTIN - c 10i00 NEWSCOPE - DAVE MCCLELLAND VERN ST1ESMAN - C 10:15 AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 10:30 THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12:00 8VEN1NG,DEVOTIONAL y^ Wtx^sr* >*>> ,. -> - < » r*-w KAR Thursday, February 15 8:30 Dragnet NBC (C) 9:00 The Dean Martin Show NBC (C 10:00 News and Weather (C) 10:15 Lonnie Gibbons Sporta Show 10:30" The Tonight Show NBC (C) 12:00 Sl E n Off 6:45 6:55 7/00 7:25 7:30 8:00 8:25 8:30 :00 ;25 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 9: 9: Bulco (C) Morning Devotions (C) The-Today Show XBC (C) Arkansas Ncus and Wcat.icr (C) The Today Show NBC (C) The Today Show NBC (C) Arkansas News and Wcachcr (C) The today Show NBC (C) Snap Judgement NBC (C) Nancy Dlckerson with cho News Concentration NBC (C) Personality NBC (C) The Hollywood Squares NBC Jeopardy NBC (C) Eye Guess KBC (C) TV NOTEBOOK NEW YORK—(NEA)—He gives himself three or four more years in show business, then he plans to quit and become a teacher. And you believe it because Bill Cosby, for all his success and Emmy award, is not the usual show business personality. He happens to be one of the most brilliant character comedians and one of the funniest men in show business, to say nothing of a dramatic talent that he has displayed in I Spy. But he also happens to be a man who likes to have fun in his work, who is, at the moment, not having fun in I Spy, and who cares deeply about seeing that youngsters in underprivileged areas know the importance of, and receive, a good education. Hill is 28 credits from his Bachelor of Science degree and he has been in touch with Southern California to see about taking two courses a semester to get the degree. Then, before he teaches, he wants to earn a Masters and Ph. n. "I want to teach only in a depressed area. The subject matter is not important as long as the kids get the message that they have to study. 1 wasn't interested in studying when I was a kid because it got in the way of my having fun. When I became a man, 1 suddenly realized I knew how to do absolutely nothing It was the result of my not studying So 1 took a high school exam and got a diploma and applied for admission to T e ni p I e University." Bill's first special. The Bill Cosby Show, is set for NBC- TV on March 18 With the exception of two dance numbers, and an opening involving some kids from Philadelphia and a little girl musician, the show is all Bill telling those wonderful tales of his boyhood. NBC has an option for two more specials, and one of the sponsors of his first is very interested in continuing the relationship. Meanwhile, he is busy with a five-minute, five-times-a- week radio show, and ad lib affair which he says is fun to do; personal appearances (he had two recent sell-out concerts at New York's Philharmonic Hall) and his new production company, CSC Productions, which has a deal to make five movies for Warner Brothers-Seven Arts release. Bill will appear in two of the five movies. Whether I Spy continues after this season Is not set, although he thinks they will probably make 13 more episodes, then wait for ratings. Whether or not the series continues, Rill is a sure bet to increase bis popularity when he switches to movies. And you wonder if it won't be hard for him. four years hence when he js all of 34, to turn his back on this and quit to teach"Yes, it will be tough, but some things will help me to do it. If I'm not having fun, it won't be hard to quit. Show business is not the place to get ulcers. I would rather get them teaching." Meanwhile, Bill goes home to Philadelphia often to see his family, he continues telling tales about Old Weird Harold i"who happens to be an alchemist") and Fat Albert ("who is now a police mart and not fat"), and com ing up with pointed and memorable one-liners like his appraisal of most of the sex-and- CQifiY 'Show business is mil ihv place tu yet ulcer a.' violence epics to be seen in local cinema houses: ' Thes are an intellectual approach to the National Enquirer " tt;35 Edwtn Sewwart wHh the 12500 tittle Rock TotSoy <C) 11*30 Let'* H#ke « t^*l NBC <G) Is00 bays of Out lives KBC (C) It30 the Doctors NBC (C) 2*00 Another World S»C (C) 8S30 You Don't &ty SBC <C) 5:00 fh* Mike Deutt<* Show (C) *i36 t Uv« Uiey t>« 3*x*ptM»< 5)00 * ttooj»"fcy* R 5s 30 Hwitiey Brlnktcy R«twt SBC 6:00 News and V?<j/»thor Report (C) «t30 TAJUM* - c ' ?«JO STAR TREK - C 8t30 BOLWWOOfc SQUARES - C 9 tOO N6G SPECIAL " "COWITRY MUSIC* - C IfljOO MEWSCOPE - DAVE MCCLEUANO VEWi SftfiRMAN - C lOjIS Mt GOftDON ON SPORfS - C 10s30 fHt TOMlOMt SHGtf * C 1?!<10 EVENING 16 KATV is 6t30 8«00 8:30 9iOO 9;3Q 10:00 lot IS TtKtH WINTER OtYMTICS - ABC (C) (Women'* Giant SUlo*. <»-Man Hockey, U.S. v< K*«t 10:30 - A»C (C) That Girl * * BC (C) Peyton PI sea - ABC (C) Rat Patrol - ABC (C) Felony Squntl - ABC (C) Afkrtnua* N*w* and H*ath«r (C) World New* (C) Bud O»pb«U Sporta (C) TarrH "INTtR OLYMPIC REVIEW - Sportumnn - (C) Bishop Sho« - ABC (C) 7:30 fl?30 9:30 10:00 10:23 10:30 UiOO ll!30 12:00 00 30 55 00 10 00 3:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:20 6;30 7:30 8:30 (Men 'a 'Man's BOSSO'B Bt«t Top Comtesi (C) The rugtttve— A»C Donrijs Retd - ABC T*mptacton -ABC (C) ABC New* - ABC (C) How's Your Hothnr-in-lnw - ABC Bewitched - ABC Treasure IsU - ABC (C) ; TJie Noon Show - Live (C) Nowlyved Game - ABC (C) The Baby Gamo - ABC (C) Children's Doctor - ABC (C) Ocnarfll Hoitpltiil - ABC (C) Dark Shadows - ABC (C) Dating Cam* - ABC (C) Bi'tio'n Bt« Top CnrolcB - Live Bob YounR Evening N«w» - ABC Truth or Con»equenc«» (C) Ark/m»»a» N*wn and Uenthor (C) World Spun (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) Off To See Th« Wl*«rd - ABC (C) Op«ratton. Entercatnaent - ABC TKMTH WINTER OLYMPICS - ABC (C) Special Slalom, Seml-flnnln «nd 10:00 10:15 10:20 10:30 \0:45 "" ' Skntlng Arknnsno N«wa and W<i«th«r (C) World N«w» (C) Bud Campbell Sports (C) TEKTH WINTER OLYMPIC REVIEW - T>ie Ute Show - "PORTRAIT IK M ''" •• "'"'"' "'" "' ., .. u»iU Turner, Sandra' D«« Anthony Qulnn, John Saxon A CM »!!**« LITTLE ROCK 6ffi8 Sign Oft 6130 fieofiowtei (Weh* A.M. CM Horning News A.M. (C) Cencr* CBfl (C) (Pft.J (C) 11J30 12riO 1100 (C) (C) 2f0 5*00 5J30 6 tOO Andy of K«?b«3wy 688 th* DIek V*h B*k« Sho>r Lov* of Lif0 CBS (C) CBS S«*r6h tot tit* Guiding Ugftt Ky« on Arkftnans ( A« the World Lav« le A M*n thing CBS (C) AH l fo fell the truth CBS CBS Affeemoon N«ws th« Kdg« of Sight CB8 th« S«erat Sfcown CM J>*iiiword «J) e MAP tin Undnu Hnson "Bridegroom" (C) (C) (C) CSS Evening ft«wjr (C) ARK LA We we - OeofEKi Moor* (C) 6t20 6t25 61 30 ?l30 8lOO 10tl5 10«25 10i30 10«u5 121 U5 £C) (Cj Sports Cwnara - tflm tandsrir L«to Neva Roundup (C 1 Wild, Wild W»«fc CBS (CJ Oomer Pyl«-»3MG CBS (C) Pfldny Sight Movie (C) "A K»m Called P«t«»P*-FUolt*r<i todd, Jean Pftfcera, Mftfjorla Rumbcau Moor* (C) tll Mifcoh*ll (C) Sports Eye - .flm Lnndsrs (c) Chftnnul 11 Academy The*6r«(C) 11 Unturned ""Tyrone power, Sunan Hftywurd, RiehArd Egan Lftte NOVA Roundup Sign Off THURSDAY FgBRUAKY. 1.5. 6»30 Ctmatron Strip 8 1 00 CBS Thumday Night Movt« "1 Want To Hv«,'« Su««n Hnywftrd, Theodore Blkel lOtOO Naw»/Erwtn I0i25 Woathar/Ceifftn 10:30 The Late Movie "Ice Palace,* 1 RUhArd Burton, Robert Ryan 12 tOO We«th«r/Vs«per» FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 THURSDAY. FEB. 15 5:30 CBS Evening Newa (C) 6:00 ARKLA Nowa-Oeorge Moora (C) 6jl5 Sa/oway Weathor-BUl Mifcoholl 6:20 Sporta Camera - Jim Landers 6:25 Late Mown Roundup (C) 6:30 Cimttrron Strip CBS (C) 8:00 CBS Thursday Might Movie "I Want to Live"-Suoan Harvard, Theodore Bikel, Simon Oakland 10:00 PPS&L News - Oeorge Moore (C) 10:10 AP&L Weather- Bill Mitohell(C) 10;15 Sports Eye - Jim Landers (C) 10:30 Channel 11 Academy Theatre "Angel & the Badman"-John Wayne, Gall RUBBOll 12:05 Late Hows Roundup 12:10 Sign Off 6:25 6 1 23 6«55 7«05 7«30 8'iOO 9iOO 9t30 iOtOO 10»30 :ii;00 , 11:23 Ili30 U(A5 12iQO I2t30 1:00 Ii30 2 i 00 2:25 2:30 3»OQ 3»30 4 i 00 5»00 5 i 30 6iOO 6 1 25 6i30 7»30 8»00 Economics (Mon-Thur) Across The r'cnoe (Frl) Your Pastor CBS Ncwa/Betitt Bob & His Buddies Captain Kangaroo Candid Camera Beverly Hlllbllllea Andy OC Mayberry Dick Van Dyke love Of Lite CBS Ncvb/Ufehtl - •••!•;•.-••••',., Search For Tomorrow Guiding Light Newa/Owen As The World Turns Love la A Many Spl«ndor«d Thing House Pnrty To T«ll The Truth CBS News/Edwards Edge Of Might Secret Storm Gllligan'8 Island Rawhide McHalo's Navy CBS Newa/Cronklte Newa/Owen lOiOO 10«25 10«30 I2i00 Wild, Wild West Comer Pyl«, USMC CBS Friday Night Movie "The World Of Henry Orient," Paula Prentlas, Peter Seller* NewB/Erwln Weather/Crifflrt The Ute Movie "People Will Talk," Ury Grant, Jeanne* Crain Weather/Vespers TONIGHT RIFLEMAN 6iOO WIMTIR OiVMPICS THE EXCITEMENT OF THE WINTEH GAMES CONTINUES, LIVE FROM GKENOBLE, SEE THE ACTION OF THE WOMEN'S GIANT SLALOM • 4 MAN BOBSLED • ICE HOCKEY, U.S vs EAST GERMANY. ONE HOUR JN COLOR 6t30 •IWITCNID in Color 7i30 SMATHA JS CAUGHT GHOST-HUNTING THAT Gllll in Color ti THAT GIRL IS MARRIED TO TWO MEN WIN A CASH JACKPOT' M« FORTUNE GIVES AWAY MONEY WEEKDAYS DURING THE DIALING FOH DOLLARS THEATRE. 8 30 AM AND 3 JO PM HE MAKES ANOTHER CALL BETWEEN b 30 AND 6 OO PM PIYYOMPIACI <« Colur §i 30 RITA'S OPERATION IS SUCCESSFUL BUT THE SIDE EFFECTS ARE TRAGIC. COWBOY IN AfWKA color 9»00 10 9*CiO€N MPOftY 10 100 LAURENCE WEST AW CHUCH MOORE REPORT THE STORIES BEHIND THE HEADLINES 101Y •IfMO* Color 10i4S IHH£t LIVE, IN COLOR FROM HOLLYWOOD, JOIN THE FUN WITH QUEST, THE GEEZ1N- LAW BROTHERS - FRANKIE AVALON • SHELLY WINTERS

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