Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 2, 1961 · Page 86
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.SATURDAY 7:00 A.M. 4 Allen Lane Western 7:30 2 Cartoons 60 8:00 A.M. 4 Careers in Nursing: "Basic program at UCLA" 8:30 2 Sky King. Kirby Grant 4 (Color) Pip the Piper: "Cowboys and Indians" 5 Design for Learning 7 Rocky and His Friends 0 From the Ground Up 8:!5 13 Sacred Heart Program 9:00 A.M. 2 Captain Kangaroo 4 (Color) Shari Lewis Show 5 Movie 7 Movie: "Tales of Robin Mood," Robert Clarke 9 Spanish Movie: "El Heroica Boniface" (Boniface, the Hero), Pepe Iglesias. English sub-titles. 11 Movie: "Mortal Storm," Margaret Sullavan, James Stewart, Robert Young 53 Panorama Latino 9:30 4 (Color) King Leonardo and His Short Subjects 10:00 A.M. 2 The Magic Land of Alla- Kazam, Mark Wilson ·4 Fury, Bobby Diamond Land thieves attack boys. 10:15 7 Movie: "Rolling Home," Jean Parker 10:30 2 The Roy Rogers Show 4 Mr. Wizard, Don Herbert "Rotation" 9 Movie: "The Big Punch," Wayne Morris ('48). 13 Code 3: "Guilty One" 10:55 8 Baseball (see sports box) 11:00 A.M. 2 Sky King, Kirby Grant 4 Movie: "San Antone," Rod Cameron 5 Movie 11 The Rita LaRoy Show 13 llispanorama 11:30 2 Mighty Mouse Playhouse 7 Movie: "Skyliner," Richard Travis 10 Baseball (see sports box) 11 Movie: "Miracles (or Sale," Robert Young, Florence Rice 13 Camino de las Estrellas 12:00 NOON 2 Outside In, Pat Fomaine: "Cars of Past, Future" 9 Movie: "Yankee Doodle THE NATION'S FUTURE-Whether legalized wiretapping and eavesdropping are desirable is debated by L. A.'s police chief Wm. H. Parker (aff.) and criminal attorney Edward Bennett Williams (neg.) It's at 9:30 p.m. on channel 4. 1 N T E RT E L -- Hour-long filmed reports produced by the U. S., Australia, Canada and Britain, focusing on turbulent areas and issues. Opener, British - produced "The Quiet War," depicts the war by stealth t h a t has been going on for 7 years in South Viet-Nam. Dr. Frank C. Baxter hosts, at 10 p.m. on channel 7. ^PICTURE {TUBE DO pin,} INCHt Dandy," James Cagncy, Joan Leslie ('42). 12:30 2 Once Over Lightly: Producer, artist and publisher discuss taxes, roads, pay TV. 4 (Color) Vacation Time, Tom Frandsen 5 Movie 13 Hispanorama 1:00 P.M. 2 Under New Flags 4 Movie: "A Man Alone," Kay Milland, Mary Murphy, Raymond Burr, Ward Bond ('55). Western with suspense. 7 Movie: "Badmcn of Tombstone," Broderick Crawford 11 Movie: "Apache Trail," Lloyd Nolan ('42) 13 Movie 1:30 2 Planet Earth: "Aurora" ' 2:00 P.M. 2 Movie: "Commandos Strike at Dawn," Paul Muni, Anna Lee (M3). 5 Public Defender 9 (Color) Movie: "Gog," Riclmrd Egan ('55) 11 Pomona Sports Car Races (see sports box) 2:30 4 (Color) South of the Border: "Guatemala" 5 Movie: "No Escape," Dean Jagger, John Carradine 7 Movie: "Black Gold,"' Anthony Qiiinn, ICath- erine DeMille ('47) 13 Movie (mystery) 3:00 P. M. 4 (Color) Calif. Report, Bob Wright: "Reapportionment," Laughlin Waters and opposition guest. 3:30 2 Movie: "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man," W. C. Fields, Edgar Bergen ('39) 4 True Story, Kathi Norris 9 Movie: "Once Upon a Honeymoon," Ginger Rogers, Gary Grant, George Sanders ('42). -- 4:00 P.M. 4 Detective's Diary, Richard Wyler. Smuggling. 5 Movie: "The Trap," Sidney Toler 7 ABC's Wide World of Sports: "Stock Car Race" and "Water Skiing" (see sports box) 4:30 4 The Lone Ranger 13 Movie 5:00 P.M. 2 Post Parade, Bill Keene 4'Campy's Corner, Roy Campanella: Dennis James, Arnold Stang 5 Auction City (live) 9 Movie: "The Informer," Victor McLaglen, Preston Foster ('35)..Slow-witted traitor turns patriot during Irish rebellion. I I Movie: "Main Street After Dark," Edward Arnold, Dan Duryea ('44) 5:15 2 Hollywood Park Feature Race (see sports box) 5:30 4 Capt. Gallant, B. Crabbe 5 Wings Around the World: "Japan" 5:45 2 Movie: "Huckleberry Finn," Jackie Coogan, Junior Durkin, Eugene Pallette ('31). Mark Twain classic, 6:00 P.M. 4 (Color) Outlook, Elmer Peterson 5 Saturday Cartoons 7 Lawrence Welk Show 5-year-old Mimi Lennon joins her sisters singing "Thank Heaven for Little Girls." 1! Dan Smoot Reports: "Invisible Government--Pt. 1." (council on foreign relations) 13 Victory at Sea. 6:15 4 (Color) Chick Hearn, spls. 11 Sat. News, Alan Douglas 6:30 4 (Color) "Big" Tiny Little 5 Nat! pro Footb'll (see box) 9 TV Bowling Tournament 11 This Is Alice 13 Flight: "Decision" 6:45 4 (Color) Lee Giroux News 2 Jerry Dimphy, news (6:55) 7:00 P.M. 2 Lock Up, Macdonald Carey. Doctor's nurse provides clue when her boss is charged with murdering his wife. 4 Ivanhoe, Roger Moore. Lust for pirate's treasure. 7 Fight of Week (spts box) 11 Circus Boy, B. Braddock 13 The Silent Service 7:30 2 Perry Mason, Raymond Burr, I.urene Tuttle (repeat). Man carrying money belt disappears from ship. 4 (Color) Bonanza, Lome Greene, Franchot Tone (repeat). Former Indian fighter seeks security for his daughter. 5 Adv. in Sports, T. Malone 9 Movie: "Lusty Men," Robert Mitchum, Susan Hayward, Arthur Kennedy 11 Border Patrol, R. Webb 13 Danger Is My Business: "Strong Man" 7:45 7 Make That Spare (bowling), Johnny Johnston 8:00 P.M. 5 Strictly Informal, Larry Finley: Cathi Hayes 7 The Honcymooners: "The $99,000 Answer" 11 Dial 999, Robert Beatly 13 Wink Martindale. Live from P.O.! 1 . 8:30 2 Checkmate, Anthony George, Doug McClure, Barbara Rush, Irene Tedrow (repeat). Miss Rush plays both a threatened woman and her would-be assassin. 4 The Tall Man, Barry Sullivan, Clu Gulager (repeat). Jealous gunfighter (Jan Merlin) vows to make Billy his next victim. 5 Movie: "Abilene Town," Randolph Scott, Ann Dvorak ('45) 7 Leave It to Beaver, Jerry Mathers (repeat). Wally gels job at the beach. 11 Movie: "Johnny Eager," Robert Taylor, Lana Turner, Edward Arnold, . Van Heflin ('41). Egotistical hood. 9:00 P.M. 4 The Deputy, Henry Fonda, TV TIP GLAS5CRAFT. the alumTnfzcd pitf UTC t u b e with 22 monlht Extended Guaraniee actually coifs loss. Compare prices, call TO 6-2416 LO 6 - I O J 8 GA 4-SQM \Plus installation TV HI-FI STEREO ALL PARTS LABOR GUARANTEED, UNION SHOP I P B Specialties, 0 W TV( i131.5 Temple Nile: HE 7-752( REDUCE .GAIN GUARANTEED RESULTS · LOW MONTHLY RATES · STEAM MECHANICAL MASSAGE · 15 YEARS OF EXPERT INSTRUCTION AMERICAN GYMS AltD HEAT.TH FOOD STORE "COMB BEACH I ~KORTH LONG BEACH 2223 ATLANTIC 1117 E. ARTESIA GA 7-9213 I |. .5A/3.9813 Allen Case (repeat). Jailed outlaw is granted temporary freedom to save an old woman from heartbreak. 7 Roaring 20's, Donald May (repeat). Blackmail plot blocks story. 9 Movie: "Yankee Doodle Dandy" (see 12 noon) 13 Big Time Wrestling, Sam Mcnacker 9:30 2 Have Gun, Will Travel, Richard Boone (repeat). Paladin faces lyncher's noose when murderer plants convicting evidence. 4 The Nation's Future, Edwin Newman (see box) 10:00 P.M. 2 Gun smoke, James Arness (repeat). Harry Townes is featured as Dillon tries bluff to trap teamster and his hired gun. 5 Briefing Session: "Minimum Wage," Merryle S. Rukeyser, Mrs. Mary Dublin Keyserling. 7 Inlcrlel: "The Quiet War" (see box) 13 China Smith, Dan Duryea 10:30 2 Movie: "The Mark of Zorro," Tyrone Power, Linda Darnell, Basil Rathbone ('40) 4 Movie: "She Knew All the Answers," Franchot Tone, Eve Arden, Joan Bennett 5 Movie: "Captain Sirocco," L. Hayward, Binnie Barnes 11 The Ben Hunter Show 13 The Tom Duggan Show 11:00 P. M. 7 Teleplay: "Again the Stars" 9 Movie: "Marked Woman," Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart ('37). Gang czar. 13 Weekend Report, Dan Kiss 11:15 13 The Tom Duggan Show 11:30 7 Rosemary Clooney Show Guest: Judy Canova 12:00 MIDNIGHT 5 Movie 7 Movie: 'Torpedo Boat," Richard Arlen 13 The Lloyd Thaxton Show 12:30 2 Movie: "Monte Carlo Baby," Audrey Hepburn, Jules Munshin 8 Movie: "Wild Bill Hickok Rides," Bruce Cabot, Constance Bennett ('41) 11 Movie: "In the Meantime, Darling," Jeanne Grain BASEBALL, 10:55 a.m. on .E- channel 8 (San Diego), with M Dizzy Dean describing the Indians-White Sox battle in 3 Cleveland's Municipal Stadi- £; urn (blacked out on channel 2). BASEBALL, 11:30 a.m. on channel 10 (San Diego), has Lindsey Nelson with the Pirates-Braves game from Milwaukee's County Stadium (blacked out on channel 4), POMONA SPORTS CAR race, live at 2 p.m. on channel 11. More than 200 of the top U. S. drivers compete in 6 different championships. Bill Welsh is mikcside. ABC'S WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS, 4 to 6 p.m. on channel 7. Bill Fleming covers the Daytona "Firecracker 250" stock car race from the Florida city, with Jim McKay describing the Masters water skiing tournament at Pine Mountain, Ga. PIN BUSTERS, 3:30 p.m. on channel 13. Competitive bowling for youngsters 10 to 17. Duke McGrew announces as each bowls for frames. From Lynwood today. HOLLYWOOD PARK feature race, 5:15 p.m. on channel 2. Gil Stratton and Harry Ilensen take the mikes for the $100,000-added Hollywood Derby. PRO F O O T B A L L HIGH LIGHTS, channel 5 at 6:30 p.m. with Dallas and St. Louis. FIGHT OF WEEK, 7 p.m. on channel 7, is a 10-round lightweight bout from Buffalo, with Paolo Rosi and Jackie Donnelly. TV REFERS WRITTEN GUARANTEE ALL WORK; ITEMIZED Fair- Prices--((ones) flepain .-' Da»v $*ani.-tuuuin HA I-U44. :^T " ' MUNTZ BIG 23" TV 23" 110° Bonded and Aluminlzed PIcluie Tube Wood Cabinet · Hand Wired Chassis Tetrode-type Tuner · Clear FH Sound Pre-focused for sharper, brlghlei pictuie Model 23TL. Brown texrura finish. NO MONEY DOWN ON APPROVED CREDIT on new RCA, Admiral, Philco, etc. WE RENT -- W E SELL -- WE SERVICE IEACH TV HE 6-5633 225 E. 4fh St. OPEN FRIDAY EVES.

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