ZOOM, Series I; 302
The. Presentation of this program is made possible in part by a grant from General Foods cooperation and by public television stations and a grant from the Ford Foundation. So. My. Name. Is David. Hi. Hi. Hi.
Hi. Hi. Hi. Hi. John was made possible by a grant from McDonalds Corporation Godels restaurant farm. And the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. He won yeah. Yeah as a matter of fact. Did you know that milk is heavier than Queen.
Holy cow. A little something but Suzanne was in San Diego California which will burn longer the candles on the birthday cake of a boy or the candles on the birthday cake of a girl. For longer work. Both. The girls. That's right. I should have said that first. I don't know. You. Know cable longer they all burn shorter. Zoom. Can you say this tongue twister. The trumpet. You snippety snobbery you bobbery the opportunity for liberty opery did pretty darn pretty too pretty top hoppity property property skew pretty scot free. And that was sent in by TARC fire of Oak Park Illinois. OK. Mark snippety somebody but Bobby
liberty what would you do. Terry somebody from the property discovery sort of a tongue twister sent in by Betsy Taurima County Illinois. MRS. Does. I'd like you to try saying Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious. Oh I'll be Dubee language. Oh no. Why I can't do it. I'm not just talking here but I'm pretty good at it. OK. So wait. So OK I woke up. Fabula Tebogo Bubba the Love double Shabbas. Album. Cover. Joey Mr X Bobby. You really. I can do it do it. I think it's. Pretty.
No diggity Dobry property. Properties get pretty Scafidi so far. A lavish Tebow got gathers Bobby Abal of a Shabbas. I. Will. Say. Yes it's. OK to be famous. By. Stars because I think she's on the square. For one space to do that too. Yes. I'm. Going by a road once a cap to go up to Terry's owners. OK this will be my last run before one. I'm getting awfully hungry. OK. I'm Karen Allen and I'm a taxi dispatcher and I've been working for the family taxi company now for about three years. Josh is busy this morning Newell's taxis around a long time.
My great grandmother started it and then when she died my grandfather and great uncle goodi kept a business running for about 20 years. The first taxis in the company were horse and buggies. And then they went on to Les's modesty's and now they have a checkered cab's. Now just my grandmother and great on Doris running it now by themselves. Doris really is the backbone of the taxi. She started about after 6:00 in the morning. And doesn't stop until the taxi closes which is about 11:30 at night. Karradah Nuccio you judge me after knowing you're only 6. So long Kerrin I've beginning to believe that you need me. After school I work three nights a week and sometimes on Saturdays it gets kind of hard at times when you get down settle down and do something because the phone rings a lot and it gets pretty annoying
after a while. Milstead see. 63 herding street 4:26 6 based who was called up to the male hall. No Dar's John this kids at school think it's a really big deal. What I'm doing because some of the kids I have babysitting jobs are more in the OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. But I have a steady job. Just get the word from again and take him with you while you get Mrs. Brown he won't mind the ride. Taxi. Yes. OK. A few minutes. Before 1:06 based unifor. After you get Mrs. Claridges to kill her once you can get to the back.
And you get Mrs. Clarridge. Mr. over once a cab at times when drivers were working for the taxi on the radio they heard the microphone too close to the mouth. And so it comes in all garbled. You don't understand what they're saying but you get used to it. That's right. The busiest part of the day is around four to six deaths by the time we get a lot of calls and there's just not enough taxes to go around. So. Yes this is more than OK. Where are you. OK. Doris that is ok by. Phone. Six days to two. Years.
And it does keep Mrs. Mawn she has to be at the vet's by 5:00 to pick up her poodle. I just got. My lunch I haven't had a. Thing. Since 6:30 this morning. Space to spaced unit 4. Yes. You want to pick up this one just at the best by far. Pick up a poodle. I cannot do what I have to pick up my. Taxi. Yes it's small. Yes I know you're in a hurry but we're kind of tight now. John is still there. Yes. Karen does what you get. I cannot say she on the right. I'll go get her. OK thanks Josh.. A lot of people think that taxing dispatching is really a big deal but to me it's just all part of being in the Family.
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saying why don't you try tracing things at home and send us your tracing. I. Can. See three yes five. Yeah. As a matter of fact did you know the Congress the fastest on one night. That's according. To a letter from Judy Stein of wouldn't be in New York. Hi. I watched you several months ago and asked for the stained glass cookie recipes and I to thank you and tell you I made them with some kids.
We had a fantastic time playing with the dough cracking candies making people plants and animals said you share this interesting form of art with my friends and me. I thought you would be interested in a craft I make. It's taking apples and sculpting them into faces and letting the sun dry them out. Then we form bodies out of scraps of fabrics. All this makes an adult. Thank you Judy. Gorgeous knows how to make Apple does too. Now just check this out behind you get some character. About
four days like this. Looks like a Chinese Mandarin to me. So off the record fine I have a customer first I need some hair color. Man. Marking for I get. A green card or. Something for a square. This will make them. Nice. But. You.
If you'd like tips on how to make an app. All right soon. And please remember to send us an envelope with your name address and a stamp and card the five yeah. C2 Yeah. As a matter of fact did do. Longest day of the year is June 21st and 22nd. What's the shortest. December 21st and 22nd. Judy Anderson a few bursts. Wisconsin writes Do you do the funniest thing I ever saw was in the fifth grade A boy fell from his desk because he fell asleep when he hit the floor. He woke up he thought it was funny too. What's
the funniest thing that ever happened to you. What if you have to the question something and you have to say you say to be serious. I'm serious. I remember when I went to this talent show right. These three ladies went up and started singing a song and one of the ladies was so funny I couldn't help but laugh. I tried to go in. So that was such a good time. I don't know. I remember we got I got I got a bicycle when I was I just turned seven and a half and I didn't know how to ride a bicycle. So I got into the bicycle. I said it was a too long hill that was way down. I was on my bicycle. You see my friends decide to play a little test for a bicycle shop and I went down this year I was like. I
couldn't. Read. Because. The pedal was moving so fast I was like yes I just kind of done like this bicycle stopped. Well finally I begged to to this little. Boy. Nothing about me my friend. She's always of my house every day. Been like once when she was over with my other friend. We know how you put all these crackers together. Eat them. The first one it was and we tried to scratch that all at the same time in time. We were laughing and all that was coming out of. Beside me. And my family is all over the table. One time I had that same kind of contest or a dude and a friend of mine came over and we were trying to use the crackers we could you know say who can say the first thing I took to
try to pronounce on seven silver swan song swamp silent was the word. I have a bunch of crackers. My throat got pretty dry so I took a drink of water. Purchased all those crackers in my mouth of a drink of water or you walk all. Over. The place. That ever happened to you. Right. Yes. I. He says. He still drives a
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Texas called Diana that the English name for truck is Lori. When people pray sometimes there's a kind of fake called Timothy instrument that's putting up our forces or something like that that was a horrible high called that there was a song written about a boy named Danny. You know. I. Was. Made possible by grants from McDonald's Corporation and McDonald's restaurant fun and the corporation for public broadcasting.
Presentation of this program was made possible by a grant from General Foods corporation and by public television stations and a grant from the Ford Foundation
- ZOOM, Series I
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- Zoom - Program # 302 Dubbed from 2? Master.
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- """ZOOM is a television series designed for the 7-12 year old. Its aim is to inspire -- to tap -- the creative well -- of American kids. ZOOM draws its material from its young viewers by actively soliciting their contributions -- poems, plays, drawing, games, films, etc. Every child who writes to ZOOM receives a ZOOMcard in reply. ZOOM is for, by and about kids -- from the 7 ZOOMers (the cast changes every three months) to the young ZOOMguests (filmed in all parts of the country) to the ZOOMaudience -- the creative lifeline on which the series depends. ""Since [it] first went on the air in January, 1971, over one million kids have written their poems, stories, plays -- to ZOOM -- an outpouring of creativity unparalleled in television history.""--1973 Peabody Awards entry form.
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- "ZOOM is a children's show comprised of weekly half-hour episodes which showed what youngsters do and think. Seven ZOOMers hosted each episdoe, and the cast changed over run of series. ZOOM premiered locally as ""Summer-Do"" in 1970, and premiered nationally in January 1972. ZOOMers played games, told jokes, riddles (called Fannee Doolees) and stories and did crafts projects...and invited ideas from their audience. The result was an avalanche of ZOOMmail - in the first season, over 200,000 letters. Additionally, the Ubbi Dubbi language was invented by ZOOM."
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