Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 2, 1961 · Page 78
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 78

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 2, 1961
Page 78
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DIANE STUART (left), actress Natalie Mamak and Yoga instructor Richard Hitlleman demonstrate techniques to he .shown on KTTV's new series "Yoga for Health" thai starts Monday, 9:30 a.m. «:00 A. M. 2 Lamp Unto My Feet: "Forward into the Past". The Bible in the light of contemporary knowledge. 4 Sgt. Preston of the Yukon 5 In God We Trust 8:30 2 Look Up and Live: "The Sandbox," first of a summer repertory series of dramas. New writers are featured during .luly (today's by Edward Alhee), veterans in Aug. 4 Alan I.aue Western 5 Herald of Truth 7 Rocky and His Friends 9 Rev. Oral Roberts 11 Ramar of the Jungle 13 The Christophers 9:00 A. M. 2 Camera Three: "History of Chess," Miles Herbert 5 The Adventist Hour 7 Don Barry Western 9 Movie: "Trail Street," Randolph Scott, Robert Ryan ('47). Bat Masterson aids the farmers. 11 Grand Ole Opry 13 Hispanorama 9:25 2 Harry Re'isoner, News 0:30 2 Plays of Shakespeare: "Hamlet" (part 2) 4 Telcplay: "A Past Remembered," Wm. Bendix, Lyle Talbot 11 Open House, Roy Acuff 10:00 A.M. 2 Light of Faith (Presby.) 4 This Is the Life: "Sin of Silence" (Lutheran) 5 Home Buyers Guide, tours Pat O'Brien's home 7 Bob Livingston Western 11 Grand Ole Opry 13 Robin Hood, K. Greene 10:25 8 Baseball (see sports box) 10:30 2 Learning '61 4 Frontiers of Faith: "Is Church Competent to Make Business its Business?" 9 Movie: "Seven .Angry Men," Raymond Massey, Men," Raymond Massey 11 Open House, Roy Acuff 13 Faith for Today 1!:00 A.M. 2 L.A. Report, G. llolcomb 4 The Big Picture G Movie: "Guilty Bystander," Zachary Scoit, Faye Emerson ('50) 7 Sunset Caison Western 11 Great Churches: Gltndale Presbyterian 13 Church in the Home H:30 2 The International Hour "Japan in Music." Japanese folk songs and dances in a Nippon Hoso Kyokai production. 4 Movie: "Sands of hvo Jima," John Wayne. Adele Mara, John Agar, Forrest Tucker ('49) 10 Baseball (see sports box) (_ 12:00 NOON 7 7 770 on TV, L. Shane 9 (Color) Movie: "Tension at Table Rock," Richard Egan ('50) 11 Movie: "Sunday Punch," Wm. Ludigan ('-I!) 13 Rev. Oral Roberts LOOK FOR SUNDAY RADIO LOGS IN MAIN NEWS SECTION t.;«,J ; i.:;'-v-: · " .····,.:·:·;.· . V:P 12:30 2 Movie: "Thief of B.igdad," Sabu, Conrad Veid'., June Duprcz (Br.-'-(O) 5 Gardena Auction Center 7 Big Story, B. Meredith 13 Gospel of Christ 1 :00 P. M. 4 Tcleplay: "Man without Fear," Joseph Cotton, Raymond Burr 5 Movie: "Impact," Brian Donlevy, Ella Raines ('48) 7 Christian Science Heals 13 Voice of Calvary . 1:15 7 Public Service Film 1:30 4 (Color) Existence (ngric.) Kenneth Smoyer: "Fruit Improvement" 7 Message of the Master 11 Dan Smoot Reports: "We Have Wristonized" 13 Cal's Corral. Six Western bands (to 4:30) 1:45 11 Builders Showcase. Tour of 9 model homes. 2:00 P. M. 2 Movie: "Road Agent," Dick Foran, Leo CarrilTo, 4 Spotlight on Opera. Prof. Jan Popper: "Mo7art" (2) 7 Rough Riders, K. Taylor 9 Movie: "The Great O'Malley," Pat O'Brien. Humphrey Bogarl ('37) 2:15 11 Movie: "The Vicious Years," Tommy Cook. 2:30 4 (Color) College Report "Misconceptions," Immaculate Heart (U. S. through eyes of foreign students) 5 Champ'nship Races, Dick Lane (Western Raceway) 7 Eichmann on Trial. Weekly report of trial. 3:00 P. M. 2 The Touch of Fame: "Leonardo da Vinci" 4 Your Man in Washington. 7 Issues and Answers: USIA director Edward R. Murrow discusses plans for expansion of the agency. 3:15 4 (Color) Davey and Goliath (animated film). 11 Movie: "Frontier Marshal," Randolph Scott ns Wyatt F.arp ('3!)) 3:30 ?, American Musical I'h'tr: Extravaganzas of X.ieg- feld, Earl Carroll and the Shuberls. 4 Movie: "Lisbon," Ray Milland, Maureen U'llara, Claude Rains ('56) 7 Movie: "The Hunted," Preston Foster, Belila 9 (Color) Movie: "Dangerous Mission," Victor Mature, Piper Laurie, Wm. Bendix, Vincent Price 4:00 P. M. 2 Insight, Dean Lconidas Contos: Robert Kino portrays Toyohiko Kag.uva 4:30 2 TV Journal, Maury Green 13 Social Security in Action 4:45 13 Jungle! "Dancing Birds" 5:00 P. M. 2 Accent, James Fleming "Freedom in American Literature." A r t h u r Schlesinger Jr., Norman Cousins 4 International Zone (UN.), Alistair Cooke: "Continents." Economic cooperation. 5 The Californitms 7 Matty's Funday Funnies 9 Movie: "Time to Kill," Lloyd Nolan as Michael Shayne ('42) 11 Territory, Underwater: "Jade Cove" 13 Code Three 5:30 2 Ted Mack and the Original Amateur Hour. 4 This is NBC News, Edwin Newman (see box) 5 Sunday Cartoons 7 Rocky and His Friends 11 Movie: "Two Sisters from Boston," K a t h r y n Grayson, June Allyson. Lauritz Melchoir, Peter Lawford, Jimmy Duranle 13 Press and the Clergy MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, 10:25 a.m. on channei 8 (San Diego), has Dizzy Dean with the Dodgers-Phillies game from Philadelphia's Connie M a c k S t a d i u m MAJOR LEAGUE BASE- HALL, 11:30 a.m. on jhannel 10 (San Diego), has Lindsay Nelson with the Redlegs- 13raves game from Milwaukee's C o u n t y S t a d i u m (blacked out on channel 4). OLYMPIC WREST! I N G , 11 p.m. on channel 5. Tapes of last Wednesday's card including the Holeck Sliarpe vs. Torres Brothers tag team main event. Vftw-;'"-; r · --·-·· :-;i. v ra 6:00 P. M. 2 I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball Ship leaves without Lucy. 4 (Color) Meet the Press: Gen. Thomas D. White 5 The Invisible Man 7 Adventures of William Tell, Conrad Phillips 13 Newsroom, Don Rose 6:15 9 Post Time at Hollywood Park, Bill Brundig^ 6:30 2 The 20th Century, Waller Cronkite (repeat): "Freedom for the Philippines." 4 World Artist Concept Series: Marian Anderson 5 Polka Parade, D. Sinclair 7 Walt Disney Presents: "And Chase the Buffalo," Dewey Martin. Tory oppression kindles D;imel Boone's desire to move to Kentucky (repeat). 9 Championship Bowling: Don Carter, Don I'.llis 13 Magic Keys to Success: "3 Steps to Happiness" (3) 7:00 P. M. 2 Lassie, Jon Provost (repeal). Crate with Lassie falls out of train's' baggage compartment. 4 (Color) Shirley Temple Show (repeal): "Tom and Huck," Dan Duryea, Janet Blair, Davie Lad'd, i eddy Rooney. Excerpts from Mark Twain as Tom and Huck accidentally witness 7:30 2 Dennis the Menace, Jay North (repeat). Donnis is ringbearer at wedding of his baby-sitter and iiciirl- throb (Elinor Donahue). 5 City at Night: LiUle Tokyo (see box) 7 Maverick, Roger Moore (repeat). Posing as a fun- loving O'MavericI;, Beau exposes an Irish plot to invade Canada. 9 (Color) Movie: "Hondo," John Wayne, Geraldinc Page, James Arness ('51). 11 Movie: "The Lady Dances," Maurice Chevalier, jeanelle MacDonald. Guardsman woos wealthy widow. 8:00 P. M. 2 The Ed Sullivan Show Guests are Louis A r m strong, Teresa Brewer. Myron Cohen, Rowan and Martin, Joan Holloway. 4 Notional Velvet, I ori Martin (repeat). Velvet rescues King from pitchfork- wielding young hoodlum. 13 Lindy Theatre, Sidney Linden and guest stars. 8:30 4 The Tab Hunter Stiow . Romance stretches Paul's weekend in Paris. 5 Movie: "Devil Ship," Wm. Bishop, Richard Lane, Louise Campbell ('47) 7 The Lawman, John Russell (repeal). Outlaw and Troop arc allies against lawless sheriff. 9:00 P. M. 2 G-E Theatre (repent): "Journal of Hope," Jeanne Grain, Leslie Nielsen. Frontiersman, out of gratitude, marries Tndian girl who saved his ife. 4 (Color) NBC Mystery Theatre: "The Mai-nine Calls It Murder" (see box) 7 The Rebel, Nick Adams (repeat). Poacher -nines gold in Indian territory. 13 Fishing and Fun in Paradise, Tom Malr-ne 9:30 2 Holiday Lodge, Wayne Sinister, Rebecca Welles. Glamorous heiress is intrigued by the disiircrest of Johnny Miller (Wayne). 5 Playboy's Penthouse. Hugh Hefner with Vic Damone, Second City Revue. 7 The Asphalt Jungle, Jack Warden. Aging detective directs manhunt-from hos- THIS IS NBC NEWS -Weekly news report gets -c thrice - postponed premiere. « Edwin Newman with au- _ alysis, feature coverage and ;£ spot news. It's at 5:30 p.m. on channel 4. CITY AT NIGHT -- Bill Stout delves into Ihe background of L. A.'s Lit He Tokyo, and proposed plans for its redevelopment. Dancers, artists and musicians are featured. It's at 7:30 p.m. on channel 5. SUNDAY MYSTERY HOUR -- Full-hour color suspense scries, first seen last summer in this same slot, will run again weekly through Sept. 10. Larry Blyden, Everett Sloane and Betsy .Von Furs- tcnbcrg star in opene--, as insurance company's mechanical brain forecasts a murder attempt on the life of a woman policy holder. It's at 9 p.m. on channel 4. CANDID CAMERA -- A montage of Dorothy Collins' most amusing advenusi'es are repeated. Also the fnce= of past participants, 2 months to 96 years, some 900 of whom were invited to the taping of today's show. Li's at 10 p.m. on channel 2. pital bed in first of series of repeals. 11 Open End: "Love and Marriage," Hume Cronyn, Jessica Tandy, Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson. Josh Logan and wife. Three stage couples discuss careers, children, divorce, the theatre. 13 Rendezvous with Adventure, Lee Green 10:00 1'. M. 2 Candid Camera, Arthur Godfrey (see box) 4 Loretta Young Th'ir (repeat): "Fair Exchange," Miss Young. Death reveals reason for man's confession of love. 9 (Color) Kingdom of Sea: "Atomic Islands" 13 Newsroom, Don Rose, Prof. Harold Fisiimaii 10:30 2 What's My Line, .1 Daly Guest: Martin Gahel 4 This Is Your Life. Ralph Edwards: Jayne Mansfield (repeat) 5 Business Opportunities Show, Jack Rourkc 7 Editors' Choice. Don Goddard interviews the President and Finance Minister of Panama, with films of the nation's fight against communism, Castroism. 9 Movie: "Mary of Scotland," Kathrine Hepburn, Fredric March, John Carradine ('36) 11:00 P. M. 2 News Special, G. Hplcomb 4 Bob Wright, News 5 Olympic Wrestling (see sports box) 7 Lew Invin Reports 13 Lloyd Taxton Show 11:15 2 Movie: "Little Old New York," Alice Faye, Fred MacMurray. 4 The Changing Times 7 Rosemary Clooney Show Guest: Dorothy Shay 11:30 4 (Color) Movie: "An Alligator Named Daisy." Diana Dors, Jeannie Carson 11:45 7 Glencannon, T. Mitchell 1:00 A. M. 2 Movie: "Outlaw Queen," Harry James, Andrea King.(1st run). . -

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