Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 2, 1961 · Page 81
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 81

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 2, 1961
Page 81
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TUESDAY 6:15 2 Austin Green 6:30 2 Language You (USC) 6:45 4 Morning Farm Report 7:00 A. M. 2 Capt. Kangaroo. 4 Garroway Today Show with Ray Scherer, Oscar Brand 7:45 2 News, Maury Green 9 Cartoonsville--A.M. 8:00 A. M. 2 Panorama Pacific, R.Rowe 7 Cliucko's Cartoons 8:30 5 Ding Dong School 9 Tim Holt Wesern. 9:00 A. M. 2 I I.ove Lucy, Lucille Hall 4 Say When, Art James 5 The Jack Lal.anne Show 7 1 Married Joan, J. Davis H Cal. Teachers' Ass'n Film. 9:30 2 Video Village, Monty Hall 4 (Color) Play Your Hunch Guest: Hitdegarde 5 Romper Room 7 It's a Great Life. 9 Movie: "Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer,"Cary G r a n t , Myrna Loy, Shirley Temple ('47) 11 Yoga for Health 10:00 A.M. 2 Dbl. Exposure, S. D u n n e 4 (Color) The Price Is Right 7 The Ray Milland Show 11 Movie: "Let Freedom Ring," Nelson Eddy, Virginia Bruce. 10:30 2 Your Surprise Package 4 Concentration, H. Downs 5 Movie: "Gun Moll," Fran- chol Tone 7 Our Miss Brooks, E Aulen 11:00 A.M. 2 Love of Life 4 Truth of Consequences 7 The Gale Storm Show 9 Legacy: "Steeple in Sky" 11:30 2 Search for Tomorrow 4 (Color) It Could Be You 7 Love That Bob! 9 Movie: "Call Out the Marines," Edmund Lowe. 11:45 2 The Guiding Light 5 Telecopier News (11:50) 4 News, Ray Scherer (11:55) 12:00 NOON 2 Grant Holcomb, News Burns and Allen (12:05) 4 (Color) Jan Murray Show 5 The Mike Wallace Show 7 Camouflage, Don Morrow 11 Sheriff John, John Rovick CALL HE 2-5677 Prompt, G u a r a n t e e d Service TV SERVI-ZONE 1406 E. lOlh St. Own Sundays -- Closed TL-esdavs ROLLER SKATING championships, live, at 8:30 p.m. on channel 5. Dick Lane describes the action from the banked oval t r a c k at El Monte Legion Stadium as the Texas Outlaws return to meet the L.A. Thunderbirds. 12:30 2 As the World Turns 4 l.oretta Young Theatre: "Strange Adventure." 5 The Chef M i l a n ! Show 7 N u m b e r Please, B. Cotlyer 1:00 P.M. 2 Face the Facts, Red Rowe 4 Young Dr. Maione 5 Movie: "Wild Geese Calling," Joan Bennett, 7 The Pioneers. 9 Champ. Bowling Re-runs 11 Topper, Leo G. Carroll 1:30 2 Art I.inkletter House P'ty 4 From These Roots 7 West Point 11 People's Choice, J. Cooper 13 The Moyd Thaxton Show 2:00 P. M. 2 The Millionaire 4 Make Room for Daddy 5 Movie: "Mark of t h e Whistler," Richard Dix 7 Day in Court. 9 Movie: "Blackboard the Pirate," Robert Newton, Linda Darnell. 11 The Paul Coates Show 2:30 2 The Verdict Is Yours 4 Here's Hollywood, Dean Miller: Elsa Martinelli, Mark Goddard 7 Seven Keys, Jack Narz 11 The Ben H u n t e r Show 13 Robin Hood, R. Greene 3:00 P. M. 2 The Brighter Day 4 Teleplay 5 Dorothy Gardiner Show 7 Queen for Day, J. Bailey 13 Felix the Cat's Cartoons 3:15 2 The Secret Storm 3:30 2 The Edge of Night 4 News; Highway Holidays (3;40): "Catalina Hunting" 7 Who Do You Trust? 11 Your Belter Self 3:45 9 Yoga for You 4:00 P. M. 2 Amos 'n' Andy 5 Skipper Frank's Cartoons 7 American Bandstand 9 What's News? (quiz) 11 3 Stooges, Don Laniond 4:10 4 Color) Movie: "Magic Fire," Yvonne DeCarlo. 4:30 2 Life of Riley, Wm. Bendix 9 Cartoonsville--P.M. 13 Wink Martindal (POP) 5:00 P. M. 2 Movie: "Mad About Music," beanna Durbin. BEAT THE HEAT BUY NOW--LIMITED SUPPLY! I-H.P, 7500 BTU MODEL ADK27A 1003 SO. LONG BEACH BOULEVARD, COMPTON NE 8-0465 -- NE 6-8938 5 Popcye, Tom Hatten 7 The Soupy Sales Show 9 (Color) Movie: "Gog," Richard Egan, 11 Superman, George Reeves 5:30 7 Rocky and His Friends 11 Sheriff of Cochise 13 True Adventure, B. Durrnd "Speed on Water" 6:00 P. M. 4 (Color) News and Sporls 5 Bozo the Clown 7 Ed Fleming, News 11 Broken Arrow, J. Lupton 13 Baxter Ward, News 6:15 4 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 AT!C Evening Report 9 John Willis and the News 13 Goodwin J. Knight 6:30 2 Dunphy-Stratlon Report 4 (Color) Curt Massey Show 5 Clete Roberts Reports 7 Mackenzie's Raiders. 9 Cartoon Express 11 Dick Tracy; Weather Eyes 13 Hold the Phone! G. DeVVitt 6:45 2 Douglas Edwards, News 4 (Color) Jack Latham Nws 5 The Big Three (news) 11 George Putnam, News 7:00 P. M. 2 Sea H u n t , Lloyd Bridges (repeat). Mines block delivery of medical supplies 4 (Color) Best of the Post, John Conte: "Valley of the Blue Mountain," Bonita Gninville (repeat). Widow tries to ketp farm 5 Win Dough Shopping 7 Focus on America: "Shards of the Ages" (Phoenix). Archaelogical discoveries I I Huckleberry Hound 13 Wonders of the World "Simba!" 7:30 2 The Jim Backus Show. O'Toole needs wife to collect on legacy--gets two! 4 Laramie, John S m i t h , Henry Hull (repeat). Slim faces town's contempt 5 Night Court, Jay Jostyn 7 Bugs B u n n y Show (repeat) 9 (Color) Kingdom of Sea. 11 Rescue 8, Jim Davis Mike Mazurki guests as ex-boxer who gets involved with crooks. 13 Wanderlust, Bill Burrud: "Festivals of Germany" 8:00 P. M. 2 Father Knows Best, Robert Young (repeat) 7 The Rifleman, Chuck Connors (repeat). Mark tangles with stern schoolmaster, and plays hookey. 9 Mr. D.A., David Brian. 11 Tightrope! Mike Connors. 13 Art Baker's Teleplay. 8:30 2 Dobie Gillis, Dwayne Hickman, Bob Denver. Maynard enters Dobie's "dog" essay in a "dad" contest (repeat). PLAYHOUSF, 8 0 -- R i c h a r d Boone hosts a summer series of 13 selected repeats of the award-winning 90-min. drama series. Jack Lemmon stars in the opener, "Face of a Hero," as a young prosecuting attorney who must decide whether lo try for a conviction of a ne'er-do-well he knows is innocent, or admit his own cowardice and suffer public disgrace. James Gregory, Rip Torn and Henry Hull ire featured. It's at !):30 p.m. on channel 2. THE GREAT WAK -- A f i r s t repeat of the "Project 20" production s h o w n in 1956, recreating World War I through rare film, n a r r a t i o n and nostalgic music of the era. Alexander Scourhy n a r rates, at 10 p.m. on channel 4. ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY arranges for suitor Robert Sampson fo be sent on dangerous mission against Indians, only to have him mysteriously appear at the army ball to claim a "death waltz" on "Alcoa Presents" Tuesday at 10 p.m. 4 Allied Hitchcock Presents "Ambition," Leslie Nielsen. D.A. is ordered to prosecute man who saved his life. 5 Roller Skating Championship (see sports box) 7 Wyatt Earp, Hugh O'Brian (repeat). 0 Crime Does Not Pay 11 Divorce Court. Man charges wife neglects home and son 9:00 P. M. 2 Tom F.well Show (repeat) 4 Thriller, Boris Karloff (repeat): "The Cheaters," Mildred Dunnock, Harry Townes, Jack Weston, Paul Newlan. Pair of eyeglasses change the lives of their creator and four subsequent possessors. 7 Stagecoach West, Robert Brny (repeat). D Movie: "Yankee Doodle Dandy," James Cagney. 13 Art Baker's Teleplay. 9:30 2 Playhouse 90: "Face of a Hero" (see box) 11 M-Squad, Lee Marvin. Vicious adoption racket. 10:00 P. M. 4 Project 20: "The Great War" (repeat)--see box 5 Clete Roberts Reports 7 Alcoa Presents: "Eye Witness," John Meillon. Newspaper editor reports events before they occur. 11 George Putnam, News 13 Baxter Ward News 10:15 5 Big Three Final (news) 11 Weather Front; Sports 13 Goodwin J. K n i g h t ; Today in Wall Street (10:25) 10:30 5 Divorce Hearing. 7 Tallahassee 7000, Walter Matthau 11 The Paul Coalcs Show 13 The Tom Duggan Show 11:00 P. M. 2 Jerry Dnnphy Report 4 Color) Jack Latham, nws 5 Movie: "Strange Case of Dr. X," Palric Knowles. 7 Lew Irwin Reports ^ 9 John Willis; Bill B r u n d i g e 11 Highway Patrol 11:15 2 Movie: "The H i t l e r Gang," Robert Watson ('4 !) 4 (Color) Jack Paar Show Hugh Downs hosts Johnny Desmond 7 The Honeymooners 9 Movie: "Nocturne," George R a f t , Lynn Ban 11:30 " 11 PM East--PM West, Mike Wallace on patriotism, Terrence O'Flaherty on Chinatown 11:45 7 Teleplay: "The Answer," David Niven 12:00 MIDNIGHT 13 Newsroom, Don Rose 12:15 5 Debbie Drake (exercises) 7 Movie: 'Winner Take All," Tony M a r t i n ('39) 12:45 9 Movie: "Missile to the Moon," Richard Travis 1:00 A. M. 2 Movie: "Tall. Dark and Handsome," Cesar Ro_ mcro, Milton Berle. 3-DAY TELEPHONE SALE [ PRICE SLASH! BRAND NEW 1961 Ziq-Zag Sewing Machines Zig-Zags Automatically Na Attachments Needed FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Day--Niclil--$··--K ACT N O W ! JFREE.' ] PINKIN SHEARS TO THE FIRST 25 CUSTOMERS WHO CALL LIMIT ONE TO A CUSTOMER MO DEALERS. PLEASE 7621 E. Firestone Dowr

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