Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Jul 14 1967, Page 16

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Pacific Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - July 14, 1967, Tokyo, JapanAug. 28-sept. 1 Tachie Ciuci West Grant Heights kanto Mura Johnson Yokota a8 Fuchu As Green Park Yamato As Tachikawa East North Camp Drake Camp Tokoro Zawa Sanno Kishinev Camp Zama Sagamihara Rodger Young Bill bickering Benny Decker club Alliance Electron Richard Bong Snowflake Richardson Brady Kasuga thu. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 frl.1 2 3 23 5 24 7 8 25 9 26 10 27 11 28 12 13 13 14 29 15 15 16 30 22. 37 38 3 39 40 Fri. Sot. 17 31 18 32 19 33 20 34 21 35 22 36 titles 1. The quitter memorandum4 George Segal Alec guinness 120 gains 2. Kiss the girls and make them die Michael Connors Dorothy Provine 116 mins 3. Where the Buuts Fly Tom Adams Dawn Addams 105 mins 4. Walt Disney s follow boys Fred Macmurray Vera Miles f 146 mins 5. A funny thing happened on the Way to the forum Zero mostel Phil silvers 114 mins f. Easy come easy go Elvis Presley Dodie Marshall 120 mins 7. Any wednesday Jane Fonda Jason Robards 125 mins 8. Doctor you Vest to be kidding Sandra Dee George Hamilton 10? mins 9. Murderers Row Dean Martin Ann Margret 121 mins 10. Tha Battle for Khartoum Charlton Heston ralpha Richardson f 150 mins 11. The Sandpiper. Elizabeth Taylor Richard Burton 116 mins 12. The silencers Dean Martin Stella Stevens 120 mins 13. After the Fox Peter Sellers Britt Ekland f 118 mins 14. Of dad poor dad Mamma s Hung you in the closet and i feeling so sad Rosalind Russell Robert Morse 107 mins 15. Return of the seven Yul Brynner Robert Fuller 110 mins 16. Funeral in Berlin Michael Caine Paul Hubschmid 117 mins 17. Franscie and Johnny Elvis Presley Donna Douglas 101 mins 18. The singing nun Debbie Reynolds Ricardo Montalban f 113 mins 19. The poppy is also a Flower Senta Berger Stephen Boyd 115 mins 20. An american dream Stuart Whitman Janet Leigh 118 mins 21. The great race Jack Lemmon Tony Curtis f 170 mins 22. Rage Glenn Ford Stella Stevens 118 mins 23. Promise her anything Warren Beatty Leslie Caron 113 mins 24. The Glass Bottom boat Doris Day Rod Taylor f 123 mins 25. Or. Goldfoot and the Girt bombs Vincent Price Fabian 105 mins 26. Judith Sophia Loren Peter Finch 122 mins 27. Mother Goose a go go Tommy Kirk Anne Helm 109 mins 28. The brides of fun Manchu Christo Pher Lee Marie Versill 103 mins 29. Those magnificent men in their Fly ing machines Stuart Whitman Gert Frobe f 151 mins 30. The Young warriors James Drury Steve Carlson 106 mins 31. What s up Tiger Lily Woody Allen 106 mins 32. 40 guns to Apache pass Audie Mur Phy Michael Burns f 108 mins 33. Up to his ears Jean Paul Belmondo Ursula Andress 122 mins 34. A pistol for Ringo Montgomery Wood Hally Hammond f 109 mins 35. Nashville rebel Tex Ritter Sonny James 113 mins 34. Walt Disney s Mary Poppins Julie Andrews Van Dyke f 149 mins 37. The solid Gold Cadillac Judy Holliday Paul Douglas 100 mins 38. The caper of the Golden bulls Stephen Boyd Yvette Mimieux 106 mins 39. The terror nauts Simon dates Zena Marshall 90 mins 40. Stopover Tokyo Robert Wagner Joan Collins 100 mins mature mature Young people f family increased admission. Births Usan Hospital Tachikawa Henkel a boy . And mrs. Richard e., july 5 Keller a girl 2nd it. And mrs. Or Lander j., june 28 Kline a girl airman . And mrs. Howard m., june 29 Ormiston a girl . And mrs. James a., july 2ouelette, a boy . And mrs. Joseph j., july 5 Reimer a boy capt and. Mrs. John a june 28riga, a boy . And mrs. Robert a., july 2 Wak Kanai Friday july 14 4 30local time 5 30ripcord 6 00evening report 6 30danny Thomas 7 00biography 7 30feature film 9 05garry Moore 10 00late report 10 15jackie Gleason 11 05late show saturday july 15 10 00kiddie carnival with capt. Kangaroo 11 30wonders of the world 12 00mid-Day report 12 15e.b. Film 12 30heart of the City 1 00saturday sports special 3 30repeat theater Bonanza 4 20local 4 30wrestling 5 30odyssey 6 00evening report 6 15social Security in action 6 30get smart 7 00lawrence Welk 8 00gunsmoke 9 00hollywood Palace 10 00late report 10 15dean Martin 11 10feature film sunday july 16 10 00sac-- heart 10 15christophers Chitose Friday july 14 3 47junior frolic 4 00ripcord 4 30kuma College 5 00news 5 05rawhide 6 00evening report 6 30danny Thomas 7 00flintstones 7 30friday movie 8 30the con Man 9 06garry Moore 10 00late report 10 10this is Sapporo 10 20jackie Gleason 11 10late, la1e show 12 55news saturday july 15 10 00capt. Kangaroo 11 00andy Griffith 11 30flintstones 12 00news 12 15news special 12 30roger Miller 12 38heart of the City 1 00sports special 3 30bonanza 4 20wrestling 5 16afif 5 30oddyssey 6 00evening report 6 15social Security 6 30have gun will travel 7 00lawrence Welk 8 00news 8 05gunsmoke 8 54ebf 9 05hollywood Palace 10 00late report 10 15dean Martin 11 05the untouchables 12 05morning show Misawa Friday july 14 4 30local time 5 30ripcord 6 00evening report 6 30danny Thomas 7 00flintstones 7 30feature film 9 05the fugitive 10 00late report 10 15jackie Gleason show 11 05late late show saturday july 15 10 00kiddie carnival 11 30w o f d r s of the world 12 00mid-Day report 12 15e.b. Film 12 30heart of the City 1 00saturday sports special 3 30repeat theater 4 20local time 4 30wrestling 5 30odyssey 6 00evening report 6 15social Security in action 6 30password 7 00lawrence Welk 8 00gunsmoke 9 00hollywood Palace 10 00late report 10 15dean Martin 11 10feature film stars and stripes phone directory Tokyo All offices 402-4101. City desk and reporters 402-4101 ext. 41-42-57 Sands club 401-8914 or 8915 Okinawa news 53222, 31213, 52268 night news Bureau 39155. Korea Yon san 4441, 4453 Guam naval station 32-6239, 32-6145 Taiwan hq., support activity Taipei 48313. In vhf phone Yang Ming Shan 73. Philippines Clark air base 41184 or 48243. Subic Bay naval base 44-2123 Manila 48086 Langley Point 507 night phone Manila 50-11-43. South Vietnam Saigon 31952 Washington room 2e756, Pentagon Washington d.c., 20301. Circulation department and District offices Guam naval station. Andersen fab. Wake or. Howard Knight Wake Hong Kong Swindon Book co. 13-15, lock re Kowloon Japan Nas Katsugi Chitose Iii Camp Zama Grant Heights. Ita Zuke a. Iwakuni Mas. Johnson As Misawa a Tachikawa East 32-6239 32-6145 s2-1135. 370 6-2040 5-5767 3616 3-1312 4-5705 878 7273 6-5693 2745 5-5030 3444 9890 private rental 2-9121 Tachikawa West 2-4184 Tokyo private rental 402-4101, ext. 77 Yokohama 20-6638 Yokosuka is 4236 Yokota As 7-7752 Korea Korea area supervisor Yon san. 4454/4455 night. Yon san 2504 7th inf div. Camp Casey 458 2nd inf. Div. Custer 4524 Bascom Seoul Yon san 3650 i corps up. Red Cloud 3671 Chinchon Camp Page 3439 Ascom 2547 Osan 2014 Pusan 3400 Taegu 2748 Taejon 267 Kunsan 4138 Midway rm1 William Daniels Midway 2459 Okinawa Camp Hanson 284-652 Sokiran 32296 and 5411 Kadena 68201 Naha a w Bash 7119 Machi Naha 72324 Philippines Clark a 41184 Clark off base Bali ago 1484-r-2 Manila 48086 Langley it. Is 507 Subic no 44-2123 South Vietnam Saigon. -. Lynx 331 Taiwan Taipei 4171 and 48313 Tainan As 502 Thailand Bangkok capital hotel. 70070 Sophia registration set shipmates rain or Shine 2-year-old Caroline Garlick daughter of or. And mrs. Jeff Garlick of Montreal que., is determined to enter her 2%-year-Oid Irish setter Flynn in the Canadian save the Chil Dren fund dog show being held at Ashbury College. Up Andrews fab . Of opportunities for six to 12 months of research and study virtually anywhere in the world will be offered to selected civil Ian employees of the air Force Gen. James Ferguson com Mander air Force systems command has announced. Termed research and study fellowships the system com Mand program begins in fiscal year 1968. Employees who have outstanding ability creative talents and potential for Advance ment May study areas contributing to the command s Mission. Five fellowships will be offered four for scientific or engineering projects and one for a management or support project. Persons granted these fellow ships will do full time research or study at private government Al educational or research institutions of their Choice in this country or abroad. This new program is a significant addition to Olin planned efforts to provide opportunities for self renewal and growth Gen. Ferguson said. An invest ment in human resource development is necessary for the continued High Quality accomplish ments of the command. This Opportunity is one of a number of career development programs for personnel of the systems command. The com Mand currently has reserved 92 Man years and funds to support civilians going to school full time according to H. Epstein of the command s employee and career development division Monitor of the Fellowship pro Gram. Late changes and special features on evening report at 6 . Listed pro Grams also Are on shortwave frequencies 3.910, 6.155, 11.750 and 15.260 Mega cycles. News on the hour unless otherwise indicated. Thursday july 13 phrase of the Day Kami to in pits. Paper and Pencil 6 30music by Candle Light 7 00news & Marine journal 7 15strictly from Dixie 7 30bud s bandwagon 8 05fun dial 9 05x minus one 9 25world of Money 9 30tonight 10 15what s happening 10 30all that jazz 11 05moon dial Friday july 14 12 05bill Stewart 1 05a Date with Chris 2 05herman Griffith 3 05nightbeat 4 05small world 5 05country Corner 6 05the morning show 6 55m o r n i n g meditations 7 15weather, time music 7 30news 7 35weather, time music 8 05morning show 8 30don Mcneill s breakfast club 9 05arthur Godfrey 9 30ira Cook 10 05small world 11 05country club 12 15john Doremus show 1 05monitor 2 05our musical Heri Tage 3 05romance 3 30fun dial 4 05journey into Melody 4 30popular music & local announce ments 5 30journey into Melody 6 30music by Candle Light 7 05s&s preview 7 10point of Law 7 15pacific report 7 30new record album 8 05fun dial 9 05gunsmoke 9 30tonight 10 15what s happening 10 30all that jazz 11 05moon dial Tokyo is Sophia University s International division will accept registrations for the september semester aug. 28 to sept.1, from 5 to 8 . Fifteen semester hours Are being offered in each of the three semesters beginning in september january and april. Classes Are scheduled Mon Day tuesday thursday an Friday from 4 40 . To 6 10 ., from 5 20 . To 7 50 . And from 7 55 . To 9 25 . On wednesday from 3 45 . To 6 . And from 5 25 . To 9 25 . On saturday from 9 . To 12 and from 1 . To4 . Sixty five courses satisfying the requirements for a Bache Lor s degree will be offered. Also courses in far East area studies Are available. These include far Eastern languages literature philosophy a r to International economic and political problems and the managerial sciences of business. The graduate school will offer courses leading to a master s degree in International affair Sand International business. Registration for these courses will be accepted from septem Ber 27 to 30. Sophia University is located i Yotsuya near the station on the Chuo line and the subway. Additional information May be obtained from the office of the International division Sophia University 7 Kiwi Cho Chiyosaku Tokyo phone 205-9211, cxt.240. _ saving popular is Washington Bureau Washington More than $113 million has been saved by 140,000 servicemen and women overseas under the High inter est uniformed services savings Deposit program according to figures released by the defens department. The saving plan limited to military personnel overseas pays a 10 per cent interest com pounded quarterly on accounts of $10,000 or less. It went into effect last september to reduce the . Gold in Southeast Asia hold both 40 per cent of the Money saved and make up 40per cent of the total number of has increased at a steady rate since last septem Ber when in the first month Only 2.1 per cent of those Eligi ble were enrolled. Now it stands at 14 per cent. The average account at the end of May was $800, an increase of $54 Over the april average. Toastmasters install officers Misawa a Japan 01 the first meeting Between the Misawa toastmasters club and the Misawa alternators was held last week at the Gosse memorial Golf course club House for the installation of offi cers in new officers named for the term that began july 1 were Jim Ellis president Douglas Cook educational vice presi Dent Mitchell Golden administrative vice president Larr Jaffe Secretary treasurer and Derrick Bluschke sergeant at arms. Pacific stars & stripes a Friday july 14, 1967

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