Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 2, 1961 · Page 82
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 82

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 2, 1961
Page 82
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YO HO HO Bahamas Pirate Miami TV Programs By DICK KLEINER Newspaper Enterprise Atiociallon Centuries ago, the waters around (he Bahama Islands were the lair of pirates. If you happen to visit Nassau, you'll f i n d that there still are pirates around -- only these are on dry land. The Bahamas have no TV station. Yet, you'll see h u n - dreds of TV antennas on homes--tall, 50-foot antennas for the most part. The islanders are pirating signals from Miami, Fla. They can get good reception usually, although there are days and nights when the atmospheric conditions are such that all they get is a screenful of snow and ghosts. Sets are expensive and so, of course, is the i n s t a l l a t i o n of the tall antennas necessary to pull in the pictures. So ownership is restricted to Bahamians w i t h the highest incomes--but there are" plenty of those. There is talk, around Nassau, of b u i l d i n g a c o m m u n i t y a n t e n n a to pull in the s i g n a l s from Florida. The legality of t h a t is an interesting p o i n t . Eventually, the B a h a m i a n s hope to have their own s t a - tion, but m e a n w h i l e they have reverted to their piratical past. Yo ho ho and a word from our sponsor. Documentary HOME TV REPAIRS Days--Evenings--Sundays Prompt service-- Reasonable Hates Electronic Service Associates Nr. Spring St. uk E COCC * Beiuir. BI. ntt 3-DCCD 5403 SPflma SI COLLEEN O'SULLIVAN, KTTV's T h u r s d a y night weather girl, prepares to celebrate the Fourth of July in traditional fashion. Her forecasts, h o w e v e r , continue to be cool. 'Doimy Dru' Scries Airs n "Donny Dru," a half-hour fantasy series about a young boy's extravagant flights of imagination, w i l l air in the f a l l over NBC-TV. Scolt Lane, 8, will star in the series. The boy made his television debut last February as Huck F i n n in "The Sounds of America" on the "Bell Telephone Hour." Co-stars for the series include Jeff Donnell as Donny's mother, Del Moore as his father and Cheryl Molclrtdge as his sister. Typical of the series w i l l be one episode where the hoy visualizes himself as a n a v a l captain who sinks three enemy ships w i t h one cannon shot. POIITARI -SALEI = LOWEST ^ PRICE IN TOWN! == · 19" SCREEN = · POWER TRANSFORMER = · BUFIT-IN ANTENNA = · HAND-WIRED CHASSIS = We? will not knowingly be undersold The Department of Defense has presented its O u t s t a n d i n g Service Award to "The 20th Century." The CDS documentary series is in its fourth year. The award certificate commended the television program from "ably presenting armed forces activities and achievements to the public." 'Father of Bride 1 Leon Ames, R u t h Warrick and Myrna Faliey will star in a fall CBS-TV comedy series, "Father of the Bride." Ames is best known to television audiences for another fatherly role in the series "Life With Father." 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