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Pago B-8--INDEPENDENT lo«I I«Kh, Calif,, lot., M. *, 191* Television Log KNXT Chann.l 1 - KRCA Ch.nn.1 4 K71A Chorn.1 I KAIC Ch.nn.l 7 KHJ Channel 9 KTTV. Ch«nn«l 11 KCOP Chonn.l 11 Th* /ndopendtnf 'owuniM no r«poii»lbHll/ for dioniu mad* by ifa!I«u. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8,1958 COLOR ON TV ! 1 P.M. " 4--Got the Facts, Bob Wright 2P.M. 4--NorveU Gillespie s r. M. 4--Vacation Time 8 P.M. 4^-Perry Como Show 10:30 4--Your Hit Parade 8:00 A.M. 2--HecWe Jcckle Cartoons 8:30 2--Cartoons . 4--Farms and Gardens 8:4,5 13--Sacred Heart 9:00 A.M. 2--Captain Kangaroo · . 4--Ruff and Reddy (cartoon) 5--Errol Flynn Theatre: "Evil Thought" 7--Western Movies (to 12:30) 11--Movie:-"Wild Horse Phantom," Buster Crabbe la--Saturday Special, Jack Smith (to 6 p.m.) 9--9:15 a.m. News Review 9:30. 4--Fury. Bobby Diamond '5--Playcfafters Club 9--Movie: "Body Snatchers' 10:00 A. M. 2--Mighty Mouse Playhouse 4--Andy's Gang, Andy Devine 5--Star Finder, Tom Malone 11--Movie: "Black Hills," Eddie Dean 10:30 2--Jimmy Dean Show 4--Howdy. Doody 10:45 2--Terry Tell Time 11:00 A.M. 2--Ice Hockey: Detroit vs. New York 4--Pro Basketball: St. Louis at Syracuse 5--Toy Auction g_Movie: "Northwest Stampede," Joan Leslie 11--Steve,Martin Qpen House 12:00 NOON 5--Movie:. "Sabotage Squad," Bruce Bennett 11--Eleanor-Hempel Show 13--Sat. Special (continued) 12:30 7_Movie: "Oath of Vengeance," Buster Crabbe 9--Movie: "Born to Kill," Lawrence Tierney, Claire Trevor · 11--Baby . You, E. Hempel 1:00 P.M. 4--(Color) Get the Facts 11--Movie: "Dead or Alive," Tex Ritter 1:13 2--KNXT News 1:30 2_Movie: "Old Mother Riley, Detective," Kitty McShane 4--HialeaW Races 5_Movie: "Pickwick Papers," Nigel Patrick 7--Rocky Jones, Space Ranger 2:00 P.M. 4--(Color) · Norvell Gillespie 9--Movie: "Since You Went Away," Claudette Colbert, Joseph Gotten, Jennifer Jones (3 hr.) 11--The Hobby' Show 2:30 2-^-Quizdown, Paul Pierce 4--Movie: "The Lady Is Will- · irig," Marlene Dietrich, Fred MacMurray. 5--Quarter Midget Auto Races 7--Rin-Tin-Tin, Lee Aaker 11--Dick Whittinghill Dance Party (to 5:45) 3:00 P.M. 2--The Lone Ranger 7--Movie: "Outlaws of the · Plains," Buster Crabbe 13--Sat. Special (continued) 3:30 2--Learning '58 4--Rep. Hiestand (3:55) 4:00 P. M. 2--Wild Bill Hickok 4-^-True Story: "The Opening Door" 5--Musical Varieties of '5S 7--All-Star Golf · · 4:80 .2--Santa Anita Feature Race 4--Detective's Diary (Mark Saber), Donald Gray 5:00 P.M.. 2--Winner's Circle 4--(Color) Vacation Time, Jack McElroy 5--Pet. Life! Tom Dixon 7--Duffy's Tavern, Ed Gardiner 9--Tim Holt Movie: "Red River Robin Hood" 5:15 2--Buster Keaton Film ' 5:30 ' 5--Bowling Time 7--Joe Palooka 5:45 2--KNXT News Sports 11--Topper, Leo G. Carroll 6:00 P.M. 2--Our Miss Brooks,'Eve Arden 4--Steve Donovan, Marshal 7--Lawrence Welk Show 9--Kid Gloves (jr..boxing) . 13--Movie: "Johnny Holiday," William Bendix 6:15 11--Susie, Ann Sothern 2--News 'Sports (6:25) 6:30 2--perry Mason; Raymond . Burr 4--Frontier: "A Stillness in Wyoming," Peter Votrian 5--Strictly. Informal, Larry Finley 6:45 11--Dick Joy the News ' 7:00 P.M. 4--New Adventures of Charlie Chan, J. Carroll Naish 5--Hometown Jamboree, Cliffie Stone 7--Country America, Joe Allison 9_Movie: "Bachelor and the' Bobby Soxer," Gary' Grant, Shirley Temple 11--Frontier Doctor, Rex Allen ·7:30 2--Dick and the Duchess, Patrick O'Neal- 4--People Are Funny, - Art Linkletter 11--Sheriff of Cochise, John Bromfield 13--Movie: "Alaska," Kent Taylor 8:00 P.M. 2--Oh, Susanna! Gale Storm The day-long new series' of Paramount short subjects gets' under way* on (13) 'at 9 a.m. and continues until 6 p.m. with Jack Smith-'as. the new host- emcee. . . . Featured musical anj. comedy shorts' from 'the Paramount Pictures library are not too.mod- ern but do feature such stars as Burns and Allen, Jack Benny, Ben Blue, W. C. Fields, :Bob Crosby, Robert Bendiley .and many others. OTHER DAYTIME shows include "Captain Kangaroo". (2) .a.m. .who has ; Richard iloodshed{for the\Pawnees;arid' the U. S. Cavalry. during' "Gun T imoke"" (2)7 V". : - -"."·"· ...--. Preston) 'Simmons and Donald and-Baxry'-Jojies;-In 1929 'Cooper arrives at a 'South 4--(Color) Perry Como Show, with Julius LaRosa, Mary 1 Kaye Trio, Joey Bishop 5_Movie: "The Daring Young Man," Joe E. Brown . 7--Movie: "Piccadilly Incident," Michael Wilding (Br.) 11--Studio 57: "Who's Been . Sitting in My Chair,'-" Jack Carson. 8:30 2--Have Gun, Will Travel, » Richard Boone 9-^Movie: "Mr. Blandings Builds His' Dream House,' 1 Cary Grant, Myrna Loy H_TV Reader's Digest: "How Chance Made Lincoln President," Richard' Gaines 9:00 P. M. 2--Gunsmoke, James Arness 4--Polly Bergen Show, with Jack Paar 11--Science Fiction Theater: "When a Camera Fails," Gene Lockhart 13_Movie: "Black Forest," Akim Tamiroff, Peggy Ann Garner ' 9:30 2--Playhouse, Dick Powell: "The Girl on. the Bridge" 4--Gisele MacKenzie Show, with Robert Clary, Roger · Williams 5--Movie: "Prince and the . Pauper," Errol Flynn, Claude Rains 7--Col. March, Scotland'Yard 11--San Francisco Beat 10:00 P.M. 2--Movie: "Return to Paradise," Gary Cooper 4--End of the Rainbow, Bob Barker . , · 7--Mike Wallace Interview: Pearl S. Buck S--Movie: '"Rachel and the Stranger,"' Loretta Y§ung, William Holden 11--Dick Joy the News 10:15 11--Town Hall Party, Tex Williams, Doye O'Dell 10:30. 4--(Color) Your Hit Parade 7--Movie: "Man Who Could Work Miracles," Roland Young 13--Tom Duggan Show 11:00 P.M. 4--Lee Giroux, News 5--Morey Amsterdam Show 13--Baxter Warti, News 11:15 4_Movie: "Bulldog Drummond's Bride," John ""Howard 13--Tom Duggan Show 11:30 9_Moyie: "Berlin Express" 12:00 MIDNIGHT 2--Movie: "G. Men," James Cagney, Lloyd Nolan, Ann Dvorak . ' . . 5--News; All-Star Bowling-. 7_Movie: "History Is Made at Night," Charles Boyer, Jean Arthur at ..9 (Set. singer Lu Ann Sijiuns as guests. Mel Torme and 1 comedian Leo De Lion are billed for the "Jimmy Dean Show". (2) at 10:30. ... . Redwings play Rangers on "Ice Hockey: 1 .. (2) at 11 a.m.... Syracuse arid St. Louis play "Basketball" (4) . at 11 a.m. . . . Eleanor Hempel. dons Indian garb to discus's and dramatize some legends of the Red Men during her show on (11) at 12 noon... .'. "Hialeah Races" (4) at 1:30 p.m. . . : -"Hobby Show" (11) at .2 p.m. features a new educational kit'for kiddies. . . . Lynwood High School students visit the "Dance Party" (11) .at 2:30. . .. . Roberto dp _. Vicenzo' meets Dow Fin- ste'rwald on "All-Star' Golf (7) a t ' 4 p.m. . . . "Santa Anita Races on (2). at 4:30. C O L O R for "Vacation Time" (4) with a trip to Hidden Valley Ranch where 1 duck hunters love to go and a cruise in. the Ca'rribbean, at 5 p.m. 6 P.M. "Lawrence Welk" (7) a:id the band. will temporarily forsake their Champagne Music style to imitate some other big-name bands. 6:30 P.M. An unscrupulous private eye is the cause of "Perry Mason" (2) being called into, a .case of blackmail. Champ Butler, Barbara Dane arid the 'Show Brothers' are billed as guests of Larry Finley's "Strictly Informal" (5). 7 P.M. Singing s e n s a t i o n Hank Locklin will sing "Geisha Girl as one of the highspots of his guesting on "Country America" (7). 'GIsele; MacKenzie" '(4) has" Robert Clary and pianist Roger Williams as her headline !guests, - 10 P.M. The problems .facing ^modern woman in American'society, will be tackled--by Pearl S. JSuck when she'faces-the. barbed questions' '.on "Mike.- Wallace-· Interview" (-7)! ' ' '" -. . : Movie 1 : on -(2) ..is.. "Return to Paradise" starring Gary Cooper, Roberta '.IJaynes, · -Moir'a. -Mac- KFI- ' KMPC ' K1IO Tee Vee '"Hey, Pop! Tour skeleton's ,on-.,TV-:" - ' , - . . Sea island and helps the natives overthrow the'dictatorship o£ one man. In the '.time'- of World-'War II he returns to the island and 'faces a big decision. . . 10:30 P.M. . " .' . COLOR--"Your Hit Parade" (4). with', the top Kits of the week. ' 11 P.M: Scheduled to return' to New York to fulfill night-club en- age'ments, dam" - does (5).-. "Morey his- final Amster- show 'on · THE ' DIAL LLOYD BRIDGES stars in a 'new series called "Sea : Hunt" m which he is . an · ex-Navy Frogman who becomes ' a n und e r w a t e r investigator, and meets plenty of .excitement- and danger below the surface .of the seas. It'll start Monday ori Radio 170 .. 440: 710' .740- KA1C' ___ ..'TM '. KXIA ..__ -1-110 -KWIZ __ 1410 KMJ __ . - .·»*· WOX, -- _ 1MO J KWKW _ 1430 KfWI ----- ttO KMC ---- 1330 ' K'OL ---- 1340 KNX _; --- 1070 KO(R ------- 139O tCMPO ._- 1MO mitamn no rHponilkll'iy tor cfiint" mado.fcy- itolloni. ' SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 8,1958 7:00 A. M. KFI--Bill, Hawortn. . · KABC-John Trolter_to 9 KHJ--Rile and ·'Shine · KNX--Hugh jucCuy.'new.* KFOX--Saturday Pons. KGER--Kev. L. J: Knapp KFI--Hit'the Rood'' ·"'. KNX--Bob Crane' Snow KGKR--Aubrey K« ' -. ' . .-· . 7:30- ./ . KNX--Frank Goal I , . KFI--Local 1 Newa ··· KNX--CbanclnE .Times KGER--Esther Rustnol ' 8:00 A. M. . :--Changing · Times - .·.' KHJ--News ' . · KrIX--News: -.Robert 0. Lewis- -(8:05) KCi iR--Wm. Nickerson . KFMUe'mos in' kuilo KH .' rT7 . TMg:30..' .' KHJ--Haven ot Rest KGER--Voice of'Cfllnl. KGEH--Percy · Crawford 9:00 A. M. KFI--Music- Fin * AiT^fl-^y KABC--Bob Cole- (to -11) KHJ--News;' Music-. · KNX--News; Bob Crane ' 1X:45"' , KGER--Dan Gilbert.--.- KFI--Alex Dreler. (11:55) 12:00 NOON KFI--Farm Reporter . KHJ--News- - : - . , - . . KNX--News - KFOX--Matinee '{to- 2) KGER--Kev, Victor Glenn' ·· · ·'· 1J:1S '·' KPT--Music, -Bob Ken-' KHJ--Jack "Wagner, to" 6 KNX--Farm Reporter . . . ."-' '- 11:30 · . KNX--Philip · Norman · KGER--»r. Orr Bible 1:00 P.M.V KFI--News:-Monitor" - . KNX-- Sportscent'Ctp'S) · KGER--Charrle Turner · ' .1:15 KCER---Paycti. lor Living 1 . . 1:30 - - KGEK--^People'n Gospel 2:00 P; M: KFI--Sinclair Favorite! KFOX--£a.sy Llst«n1nK KGEK--Ittsslanlo 'Hour' . ' 2:30 · * .. - KAEC--Art Nelson (to 71. KGER--Peter Slack' ona 3:00 P.M. KFI--News; Showtime · KGER--Bethany.-Chapel.' i KGER--Sacred Record! t):U KHJ--Music · · KGER--CHrtsUan-Jtw .Hr.. 8:3(1 KHJ--News:- Muslo . , KNX--Gunamoke KFOX--Sports -Car -Club- KGER--John Brown · . 0:43 KHJ--Tour .Income. Tax KNX--Jack-Leonard, 0:55 10:00 A: M. KHJ--Newa - - · KNX--NewsfGalen .Drake KFOX--Paul's-Music KGER--ELA Foursquare · · . io:15.- KHJ--Changing Times · 1(1:30 KFI--Dove O'Dell Show KHJ--Bob Barker Show. KGER--sunshine Mission 10:45 KGER--Words o£'Llf« 11:00 A. M. KABC--Metropolitan OD- 3*15 KGER-- Community' Bible - - 3:30 .-.- ' KGER--EvanceL-'Free-Ch 3:45 . KFI--News - - ' 4:00 P.M. KFI--Folka Party-(to 7) KGER:--Maurtco Johnson · 4:30 KHJ--J. Wagner Stereo - - KGER--Health.Talfc - ' 4-:«5 KISEIt--W.C.T.U-. . - ' · KBIG--Santa Anita,- 4:55 5:00 P.M. KHJ--News; Jack Wagner KGKR--Aubrey Lee · · KNX--Tax Facts (5:05)' 0:10 - . . KNX--Today In.L. A. - . 0:30 --Tom "Harmon KGER--Builders ol Faith .5:4*.. . . - · KHJ--Cleve Hermann KNX--b'rank .Goss: ; News .era: "Glannl'iSchlcchir -. Fernando Coreca, audit C.nn P'.M'· "Salome." Inge Erokh I ' D . U U ' IT. 31. KHJ^-Svmph. for Youth · KMPC--Bob Ke'.ley.sports L-MV v v _...». '-"«-- A «^" KHJ-^Newa;-Hawaii Calls KNX--Duke 'Snider ,Snow '--Jonnny Otis do m · -Back-to Uie-Blblo KNX--News; Amos-Andy KGER--World Literature il:30 KPT--Red · Foley · Show. . KNX--City Hospital KGER--Ev Gospel Center KNX--Snorts Resumt 6:15 «:30 KHJ--News; · Pan-American Panorama (6:35)"'' NX--Herman. Bkkmttn; FBI.in- Peace-A'War" KGER--Luhin Valley-CU 7:00 P.M. KFI--Farm-A'.Home Hour " ~!C--Don MacKinnon i--^Word ot Life Hour KNX--Nnws; Jonnny Dollar (7.:05) -- --.v. G- E -: 7:3i-·, KFI--Tex Hitter-, KHT--Talk of tne KNX -- Basketball: USO . Washington state .8:00.- f. M. Joe-Maphls Show. '. KHJ--News; Music. KGER-- Vox* or Cblna KGER--A. *TJ. Mlcnelson »:30 Jrand. Ole Opry. KHJ--Magic-ot Music KGEE--Kev. i.e« Shelley · : ' 8:45 KGER--Dan Gilbert 9:00 P.M. KFI--Bollyw'd .Palladium KABC-- Lawrence Wellt KHJ--News . - - KFOX--Melody .Time KGEK--Dr orr JubllW KHJ--Across .Blui P'acl'flc KNX--Newa; Frost Warn. " ' 3:30 KFI--Andy Mansfield 'Show:. Glenn-Miller KABC--3DoT 3»*ac.klino_ KHJ--Newa; muslc(to 11) KNX--Basketball: ,r. . . UCLA vs. California - 10:00 P.M.: , KGER--Dr. Pierct. Brooks 10:13 - - - ' KGER--Circle Mission ' . - 10:30 · · - · - '. KGER--Miracle Church' 11:00 P.M. KFI--For Xou, -F.- Shields KHJ--Th* News-Wheel . KFOX---Record Rack KGE B--Cliivence · -Welch KNX--News-' . - · ' 11:30 KNX--Music til-Dawn- KFOX--Ballroom'Time 12 MIDNIGHT KFI--G. Dvorak, 5% hr. KABC--J .RourKe. 5% nr. KNX--Music Till Dawa. ' KFOX--Record' Rack: Texas Tiny (2 a.m.) KGER--Clarence Welch 'Wins'His Fine ; MEXICO 'CITY (US--JaHed three 1 '.days .'ago'-'because . he could not pay a-,540 'fine for stealing a bicycle, German Hernandez .'received, Friday,' S1.600 he won m' a .lottery, paid the fine,.'was released'and .rushed to nearest shop to buy a bicycle: . . "- ' ' . . - . .- Money Goes Home ROME (HE) -- Italian· .emigrants - have' sent home more than Sl,60ti,000,00p during the past 10 years, the government reported Friday. ·' It saiS 'the money, came -from 2,000,000'Italians abroad; many of them m the United States. HI-FI DISCOUNT SALE 39.95 Mltclwll 3-ipMd Automatic Portablt ..- :.: ,,,,.:.:.__:--.'__ Mltchtll 45 ipMd.Automatic Portable)- .:...'..............,,..!.'., ......... Thiko 4-H««d Automatic With AM. Radio ._ _.. Columbia 4-ipMd Do Lin* Fortqbl* (513) RCA Hand Coniolo 1SHK) ,. ,,,,.. Motorola Mahogany Consolt ISK21M) .... Zenith Hand Coniol* ...... Packard-Bell Hand Comol* (11RP2). 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Trouble comes when she has to' prove her point. 8:30 P.M. · , Paladin'comes to the help" of a 1 love-struck cowboy, who believes the dance hall singer he. loves can become an opera star in San Francisco, i f . only she can escape .from the tough- minded rancher to whom she is married. "Have Gun, Will Travel" (2) stars Richard Boone as the adventuresome' Paladin. The true story of how chance made Abraham Lincoln President will- be told on "TV Readers Digest". (11). . ' ' ' 9 P. M. Jack Paar is booked for the guest slot on "Polly Bergen's Show" (4). He's hdst to.his own 11:30 p.m. show each week- d a y night.' · ' . - . . . Two New York newspaper-' men come to Dodge City in. search of color stories of the "wild west" and ignite an 'Indian uprising that results in new series' by BILL BURRUD, will .open Monday on (13) at 7 pjn. and it; concerns the histories, legends and facts .concerning hidden treasures around the world. . 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