Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 3, 1969 · Page 51
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 51

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Valley video programs « KTVK-ABC Channel 3 *KPHO Channel 5 SKAET-NET Channel 8 "KOOL-CBS Channel 10 ..KTAR-NBC Channel 12 SKPAZ Channel 21 * Black and White Programs J Others in Color MONDAY, NOV. 3 p 5:15 (10) Meditation * 5:20 (10) Farm and Ranch * 5:30 (10) Sunrise Semester * 6:20 (10) Joseph Benti (12) Today "6:25 (12) RFD 12 "6:30 (12) Today ; 7:00 (10) Capt. Kangaroo .. . * 7:25 (12) Today in Arizona » 7:30 (12) Today rSiOO ( 8) Yoga* ; (10) Lucy Show ' K (12) Today in Arizona *8:30 ( 3) Cartoons ;.__ ( 8) TV High School (10) Beverly Hillbillies (12) Romper Room 9:00 ( 3) Jack LaLanne ( 8) Stitch with Style (10) Andy Griffith (12) Sale of Century 9:15 ( 5) Paul Harvey 9:20 ( 5) Community Corner 9:30 ( 3) News ( 5) Phx. College Classes ( 8) Spanish I* (10) Love of Life (12) Hollywood Squares 10:00 ( 3) Bewitched ( 5) Cartoons ( 3) Pocketful of Fun* (10) Where the Heart Is (12) Jeopardy 10:25 (10) News 10:30 ( 3) That Girl ( 5) Sea Hunt* ( 8) Once Upon a Day* (10) Search (12) Name Droppers 10:55 (12) News 11:00 ( 3) Dream House ( 5) Doctor Kildare* (8 ) Spanish II (10) News (12) It Takes Two 11:25 (12) 11:30 ( 3) (8) (10) (12) 12:00 ( 3) (5) (8) (10) 12:30 ( 3) ( 5) (8) (10) (12) 1:00 ( 3) ( 5) (8) (10) (12) 1:15 ( 8) 1:30 ( 3) (8) (10) (12) 2:00 ( 3) (5) (8) (10) (12) 2:30 ( 3) (8) (10) (12) 3:00 ( 3) (8) (12) 3:30 ( 3) (8) (12) (21) 3:30 ( 5) 4:00 ( 3) (5) ( 8) (10) (21) 4:30 ( 3) (8) (12) 4:45 ( 8) 5:00 ( 3) (5) (8) 5:30 ( 3) (5) News Make a Deal French Chef* World Turns Putting Me On Newlyweds (12) News Misterogers* Splendored Thing Dating Game Ladmo Show What's New,* Guiding Light The Doctors General Hospital Open House Friendly Giant* Secret Storm Another World Time for John* One Life to Live Cancion de la Raza* Edge of Night Bright Promise Dark Shadows Movie* Stitch with Style* Gomer Pyle Letters to Laugh-In Betty Waters Techniques* Mike Douglas Concentration Real McCoys Pocketful of Fun* Our Lives Batman Once Upon A Day* Steve Allen Cooking* Cartoons Flintstones Wallace & Co. What's New?* David Frost Movie* News Friendly Giant* Truth or Consequences Time for John* (12) News Dennis the Menace* Misterogers* Hazel* News Television film fare 2 p.m. (5) "The Old Dark House"; 1963; Tom Poston, Robert Morley: Fairly effective spooky thriller with a welcome note of lightness and a genuinely surprising ending (c). 4 p.m. (21) "Valley of the Zombies"; 1946; Robert Livingston, Adrian Booth: A man believed dead turns up alive, insane and thirsting for revenge. 7 p.m. (12) "Frankie and Johnny"; 1966; Elvis Presley, Donna Douglas: The ballad of "Frankie and Johnny" set to music. (Will be interrupted for President Nixon's address—will continue at 8:20 p.m.) (c). 8 p.m. (5) "Second Time Around"; 1961; Thelma Hitter, Andy Griffith: Sprightly western-comedy about a young widow who moves to Arizona and becomes sheriff (c). Best-of-Show: 8 p.m. (21) "Uncle Harry"; 1945; George Sanders, • Geraldine Fitzgerald: Henpecked by his two sisters, a man takes drastic steps when they begin to interfere with his romance—murder seems to be his only way out. 10 p.m. (21) "The Girl- Getters"; 1964; Oliver Reed, Jane Merrow: A street photographer organizes a system to pool information on beautiful girls. 10:30 p.m. (5) "UpstaiBs and Downstairs"; 1959; Michael Craig, Claudia Cardlnale: Domestic comedy about a young married couple and their troubles finding the right servant. 1 a.m. (12) "Beyond Glory"; 1948; Alan Ladd, Donna Reed: Some good moments in this tale about a West Point cadet who stands trial for his part in a World War II campaign. TV highlights Nixon Address: Live .from Washington, D.C., President Nixon will address the nation, followed by commentary and analysis. Channels 10 and. 12 at 7:30 p.m., and Channel 3 at 8:30 p.m. Most of the programs that began prior to the address will resume after the speech. 6:30 p.m. (3) Music Scene: Bobby Sherman, Johnny Cash, Lulu, Buffy Sainte- Marie and Jerry Butler perform (c). 7 p.m. (21) ASU Football Highlights: A discussion by Frank Kush on Saturday's game with Wyoming. 8:30 p.m. (8) NET Journal: The personal vision of William F. Buckley Jr., is seen through a series of film statements encompassing crime, the ghetto, capital punishment, patriotism, communism and the arts (c). 9:50 p.m. (12) Rowan and Martin: Laugh-In presents Buddy Hackett, as a doctor, salesman and a mayor of Ireland (c). Top code expert dies WASHINGTON (AP)-Retired/Army Lt. Col. William F. Friedman, leader of the. task force that cracked the Japanese "Purple" code shortly before the United States went into World War II,'died yesterday. A; family spokesman said Friedman, 78, died at his home here after suffering a heart attack. Friedman was director of the: Signal Intelligence Service fronv.1929 until 1935 and remained" in the section as its principal cryptanalyst concentrating strictly on solving the Japaflese code which the Navy; had uncovered. Friedman and a staff of S,F* gal singers win Sweet Adelines title (AP)-A San Fraiicisco" quartette has won top honors in the 1969 competition of Sweet Adelines, Inc., female, equivalents of barbershop singers. ••-.... . ... The group, the Metropolis tans, won over nine other groups to the finals. Crowned queens of harmony were Marie Pisher, Mona Warren, Pat Gibson and Hilma Mor* tell, 19 worked from 1938 until August 1940 before making a major breakthrough in reconstructing the Japanese purple code machine. ' On Sept. 25,' 1940, the first fully intelligible, ungarbled text of Japanese was recovered from the reconstructed purple code machine. Cracking of the code, which was used by the Japanese for transmission of secret diplomatic messages, has been: called "the most remarkable epispde in; the history of American cryptology." (8) (10) (12) (21) 6:00 ( 3) (5) (8) (10) 6:30 ( 3) ( 5) (8) (10) (12) (21) 7:00 ( 5) («) (10) (12) (21) 7:15 ( 3) 7:30 ( 5) (8) (10) 8:00 ( 3) (5) ( 8) (10) 8:20 (12) 8:30 ( 3) (8) 9:00 (10) 9:30 ( 3) (8) 9:50 (12) 10:00 ( 3) (5) (21) 10:30 ( 3) ( 5) (8) (10) 10:45 ( 8) 10:50 (12) 11:20 (12) 12:00 ( 3) (10) 12:30 ( 5) 12:50 (12) 1:00 (12) Spanish I* Walter Cronkite Huntley-Brinkley Of Land and Seas What's My Line? Dick Van Dyke* Spanish II* (12) News Music Scene Gilligan's Island* One to One Here's Lucy My World peter Gunn* Buck Owens TV High School* Mayberry RFD Movie ASU Football Highlights New People Colt 45 Cancion de la Raza (12) Nixon Address Love, American Style (21) Movie World Press Carol Burnett Movie Nixon Address NET Journal Gunsmoke Love, American Style NET Special Laugh-In (10) News He Said-She Said Movie* Joey Bishop Movie* College Beat Merv Griffin Guten Tag* News Tonight News .. Perry Mason* Paul Harvey News Movie* SI 3:30 COOKING (C) 4:M CinemS-VALLEY OF THE ZOMBIES S;30 OP LANDS & SEAS (C) Vienna 6:30 PETER GUNN 7:00 ASU FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS coach Frank Kush 8:00 Star cinema—UNCLED HARRY. George Sanders/ Ella Raines 10:M Cinema—THE GIRL GETTERS CITY . Mon., Nov. 3,1969 O The Arizona Republic 2$ to relax with KRFM 95.5 ON YOUR FM DIAL TONIGHT JOURNAL •iilllliiifc iilSIIliilll 2:00 DIALING FOR DOLLARS Tom Poston, Robert Mop. ley "THE OLD DARK HOUSE" 3:35 CARTOONS 4:00 WALLACE AND CO. (C) 5:00 DENNIS 5:30 PHOENIX REPORT (C) 6:00 DICK VAN DYKE Rob offers advice to a.fov* smitten high school boy... 6:30 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND 7:00 BUCK OWENS (C) 7:30 COLT .45 8:00 MONDAY MOVIE (C) Debbie Reynolds, Andy Griffith star in "THE SECOND TIME AROUND." Western comedy about a young widow from fh» east . and sets out to get. herself ' a job in Arizona. 10:00 HE SAID SHE SAID : (o 10:30 MOVIETIME (C) Michael Craig stars in "UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS"—Adult domestic comedy about a British couple and their problems in finding the right servant ETVS® 8:30 .Cartoons 9:00 Jack LaLanne 9:30 NEWS—RUSS UPTON 10:00 Bewitched 10:30 That Girl 11:00 Dream House • 11:30 Let's Make A Deal 12:00 Newlywed Game 12:30 Dating Game 1:00 General Hospital 1:30 One Life to Live 2:00 Dark Shadows 2:30 Home Fair w/Betty Waters 3:00 The Real McCoy* 3:30 Batman 4:00 The Flintttones 4:30 ABC Evenings News with Frank Reynolds & Howard K. Smith 5:00 News—Art Brock & Jack Rainbolt 5:30 HAZEL 6:00 WHAT'S MY LINE? 6:30 THE MUSIC SCENE 7:15 THE NEW PEOPLE — "Marriage B o ma n o Style." A church-reared girl, about to give birth v to Bomano't baby Is deeply disturbed that she and her boyfriend have no way of getting . • married. 8:00 LOVE AMERICAN STYLE '8:30 PRESIDENT NIXON 9»30 LOVE AMERICAN '•.:.•.- STYLE 10:00 News—Art Brock, Jack Rainbolt 10:30 joey Bishop — Ev« • Gabor • 12M News — Art Brock «:00 "THE SECOND TIME AROUND 0 REYNOLDS ANDY GRIFFITH JULIET PRQWSE 8: ; £'?iM' :; £i'-'^ 1 8 3:30 THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW . . . Vibraharpist Cal Tjader, John Byner, Al Mardo & his dog. 4:30 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES. '.. •; •••"• • I 5:00 NEWS 90 ... Jim Peterson, Harry Martin, Eweir Butler, HUNTLEY- BRINKLEY, Duane Brady, Bob Vache', Frank Peddie, Bill Stull. 6:30 MY WORLD AND WELCOME TO IT ... "Seal In The Bedroom" . . . Henry Morgan debuts in recurring acting role of writer to whom cartoonist John Monroe turns when he's having seal trouble . . . Betty Kean guests. 7:00 MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES ... "Frankie and Johnny" . . . Elvis Presley stars in musical based on the famous folk ballad. The story concerns a young couple whose world is a Mississippi gambling-showboat. 7:30 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS . . . President Richard Nixon will deliver his address on Vietnam. 8:20 MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES.. .Continued, 9:50 ROWAN AND MARTIN'S LAUGH-IN . . . Bud. dy Hackett, as doctor, salesman and a mayor of Ireland guest-stars, with series stars Dan Rowan and Dick Martin. 10:50 THE RAY THOMPSON NEWS . , . Frank PeoV die—Weather; Bob Vache 1 —Sports; Joe Patrick Views & Comments, - 41:90 THE TONIGHT SHOW . . . Steve Lawrenc? hosts, Peter Max, Michael Meyers, Oliver, San* tana, Boni Enten, Phil Specter, James Rado and . Jerome Ragni. 12:50 NEWS FINAL ... Ted Brown. ; 1:00 MOVIE TWELVE ,. . "Beyond Glory" . . . Alan Ladd, Donna Reed. FOLLOW CLOSE Follow Bill Close and THE BIG NEWS at 6 PM Weekdays. The newsmen you see on CHANNEL 10 are men you know you can trust. THE BEST TELEVISION NEWS ON TELEVISION 5:20 FARM & RANCH- Denney 5:30 SUNRISE SEMESTER 6:00 CBS NEWS-Benti 7:00 CAPTAIN KANGAROO 8:00 LUCY ,,, u •.' . 8:30 BEVERLY HILL• BILLIES" 9:00 ANDY GRIFFITH 9:30 LOVE OF LIFE 10:00 WHERE THE HEART IS 10:25 CBS MID-MORNING NEWS-Edwards 10:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW '11:00 MORNINGLINE NEWS —Jim Murdock 11:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS ?12:00 SPLENDORED THING 42:30 GUIDING LIGHT 1:00 SECRET STORM 1:30 EDGE OF NIGHT 2:00 GOMER PYLE 2:30MIKEDOUGLAS- Soupy Sales, Chambers Brothers, Ray Walston 4:00 DAVID FROST-Muhammad Ali, Joshua Logan, Harve Presnell, Clint Eastwood, Frankie Laine, Lulu. 5:30 CBS EVENING NEWS —Walter Cronkite. 6:00 THE BIG NEWS-BUI Close. 6:30 HERE'S LUCY-After her apartment is robbed, Lucy and Craig install their own burglar alarm. 7:00 MAYBERRY RFD Sam plays host to a Russian farm expert who unexpectedly turns out to be a woman. 7:30 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS— President Nixon gives his Viet Nam war policy address to the nation. (Carol Burnett will be, joined in progress) 8:00 CAROL BURNETT- Gwen Verdon, Pat Bocne 9:00 GUNSMOKE - Dillon and a prisoner are pursued by a band of' Comanches. 10:00 NITELINE NEWS Dave Nichols. 10:30. MERV GRIFFIN — In Hollywood, Merv welcomes Mike Connors, Mickey Rooney, The Kim Sisters, Robert Curnmings 12:00 PERRY MASON-"The Case of the Scarlet Scandal" 7:30 P,M, PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS - President Nixon gives his Viet Nam war policy address to the nation CAROL POO PM CAROL BURNETT Guests: Gwen Verdon, Pat Boone (Carol Burnett will be joined in progress following the Presidential Address) KOOL'TV PHOENIX

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