The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on July 20, 1963 · Page 12
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North Adams, Massachusetts
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MASSACHUSETTS transcript Radio-TV Timetable ~ Week of July 21st-July 27th SATURDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 20. 1963 Golf, Vacation Playhouse, Track SUNDAY, JULY 21 5-6 (CBS)—The final holes of play in the 45th annual P.G.A. Golf Tournament will be telecast from the Dallas (Tex.) Country Club, with Chris Schenkel, Jack Drees and John Derr reporting the action. 6-6:30 (NBC)—Meet the Press originates from the Governors' Conference in Miami Beach, with Democratic governors Albert D. Rosellini of Wash., and Farris Bryant of Fla., as guests. 8:30-10:30 (ABO—The Sunday Night Movie repeats the excellent "Inherit the Wind." starring Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, Gene Kelly and Dick York. * ;* * MONDAY, " T JLY 22 8:30-9 (CBS) — Vscalion Playhouse, replacing The Lucy Show for the summer, is a series of first-run pilots. Leading off is "The Ginger Rogers Show" starring guess-who as twin sisters and Cesare Danova as the man in the case. 10-10:30 (NBC)—David Brinkley's Journal repeats a study of Great Britain's race problem. (Color) 10-11 (ABC)—Ben Casey repeats a powerful episode with some frightening statistics about the number of infants who die as the result of beatings. by frustrated, angry parents. * * * TUESDAY, JULY 23 8:30-9:30 (CBS)—Mickey Rooney, Edie Adams, Patrice Munsel, Jan Murray and Jack E. Leonard are Talent Scouts. 9:30-11 (ABC) — The United States-Russian Track Meet, held in Moscow's Lenin Stadium July 21 and 22, is recreated via videotaped highlights of the event. 10-11 (CBS)—Two bright young singers, Liza Minelli and Leslie Gore, along with veteran comic Jules Munshin, guest star on The Keefe Brasselle Show. * * * WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 7:30-9 (NBC)—The Virginian repeats an episode in which Bette Davis played a spinsterish bank teller who can clear Trampas (Doug McClure) of suspicion of being a killer. (Color). S.10 (NBC) —"The Fortress," the Kraft Mystery Theater show, was originally seen on Premiere. It's a powerful drama with Lloyd Bridges as an Air Force man held prisoner by the Chinese tion to what she says is an ir- tolerable situation in her bom" by jumping in a bear pit at th~ zoo. 9-9:30 (ABC)—The party of th first part on the repeat on I'r Dickens . . . He's Feniter turn- into a ham actor and, true to tb' end, the party of the second pai tries to cure him. 9:30-10:30 (CBS) — "A Tangle Web" is woven on Tke Atfre" Hitchcock Hour repeat wht Robert Redford, a wealthy your man, marries Zohra Lampert, r maid, and they both get mixe^Lj^ with Barry Morse, a wig-malt^' who bad flipped his lid. * * * SATURDAY, JULY 27 7:30-8:30 (ABC) — Cloak an" dagger fans will enjoy The Guitar Men's repeat about an unde: cover mission in Italy in vhic' the enemy has plans to captur: Gen. Eisenhower. 7:30-8:30 (NBC) — Star Edmon " O'Brien plays Sam Benedict ar' a man who has "adopted" ]" children in this warm and wir- ning repeat. , 8:30-9:30 (CBS) — The Defttx en repeats an exciting tnek drama in which E. G. Marsha and Robert Reed get mixed u in small town justice, whe prejudices effect the outcome c a jury trial. It's caUed "Bloo" County." BEAUTY PAGEANT— Norma Beatrix Nolan verse Beauty Pageant over CBS Saturday. v/ill turn over her crown and sceptre to July 20 from 10 to II o'clock, the new Miss Universe during the Miss Uni- Monday Best Bet 10-10.30 (NBC) (Color) — Da*» * Brtakler'i Journal repeats * program which is more timely tc day than when it was first presented last November. It's an examination of a British probler which many Britons once believed was solely an American prot~ lent — racial discrimination in' unrest. Brinkley focuses on Bi: mingham, which has the larger Negro population in England, an ' you'll learn there are some stril-- ing similarities between whil English and white American a;- titudes. You'll hear from the Cor- servative sponsor of a bill limiting Negro immigration (wh- sounds, co-producer Stuart Schu'- berg says, "like » segregatiool 1 with an English accent"), MK" the Labor Party's chief spoker- women against the bill. An interesting show. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL SUMMER FURNITURE GEORGE M. HOPKINS CO. Established 1888 STUDENT AND HOME FURNISHINGS SPRING ST. SL 8-3719 WILLIAMSTOWN Communists, and James Shigeta as the officer who attempts to break Bridges' spirit. 10-11 (CBS)—Reckoning repeats "The Enemy Within," starring Dane Clark, Don Defore, Dick York and Noah Beery in a drama about an Air Force survival school in Nevada, and the torments of one man who broke while a Korean War prisoner. THURSDAY, JULY 23 9:30-10 (NBC)—The Lively Ones returns to brighten summer viewing. Vic Damone is back as host, his "dates" are Quinn O'Hara and Gloria Neil. Among the premiere guests are Benny Goodman and his Sextette, Joanie Sommers, Red Nichols and the Five Pennies and Tiimt Easie. (Color). 9:3O-10 (ABO—Oops, say the men of McHale's Xavy in this re- repeat, we have lost our boat. It's wild and funny. 10-11 (CBS)—Virginia Gilmore, a lady doctor with nightmares on The Norses' repeat, finds she doesn't have enough troubles, now she has to meet a male doctor who doesn't think women belong in hospitals, except as patients. * " * FRIDAY. JULY 26 8:30-9:30 (CBS)—Route «S repeats a suspenseful episode about a girl who tries to attract atten- UNSURPASSED VIEW Well Apportioned lnt«nor Four Big Bedrooms L«rg* Living Room Dining Room Completely Equipped KitcKtn ^ Quality Appli*nc*« 2 Modern Bft^Hroomf Oit Hot W^ter B.iebo.rd H««t R««son«ble T«xes Realistic Price S26.500 Outstanding Ranch Plus Scenic Beauty UvTno Room, FIr.plie. on P.n«l«d W.ll. Kifcn.n lire" Fan. S.rb.g. Dlipoial. Pr«Hy P.n.l.d Dining Room. J Com- foHabl* Bedrooms, Larg. Clos.H, Til. B«th Wirt) Vanity Sink, tnviilng Patio. 2-Car Gar«9«, Blaclrtop Dnvaw.y Very Livable, Very Attractive Price $23,600 ALTON L PERRY AGENCY Spring Str««t, Williamttown Mrt. Franci« J- No«l, Jr. GL 8-4119 j MOh.wlc 3-7636 i _- i

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