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C-12--INDEPbNDENT (AM) Low »»«h, Olll., Frlitay, F»b. II, 1« PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) TELE-VUES PERKINS by John Milei TELEVISION An * indicates B-W. Other shows in color. KNXT Channel! KAIC Chamwl 7 KCOP KNIC dranneM KHJ Oiwintl t KWHY Ch««l 22 KTLA Channels KTTV OtMMllI KCET Channel 21 KMEX Channel 34 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY "21,1969 * PAID ADVERTISEMENT 6:30 2 Literature of England 4 Women As People: "Wives Mothers" 7 'Teacher In-Service 11 ''Geography Program 7:00 A.M. 2 Today's Biological Revolution (USC) 4 Today, Hugh Downs 7 Exercise with Gloria 11 Mr. Wishbone Show 13 Felix the Cat 7:30 2 Joseph Benti, New 7 Morning Show. Ed Nelson, Carmel Quinn, R H. Wrapge 9 It Is Written 11 The Flintstones 13 Hobo Kelly Show (R) 7:55 2 KNXT News 8:00 A.M. 2 Captain Kanaaroo 9 The Big Babysitter 11 Mighty Mouse Show 8:25 5 Community Bulletins 8:30 5 Cartoon Time 11 The Popeye Show 13 Winky-Gumby Show 9:00 A.M. 2 Lucy Show, Lucille Ball, Hans Conned 4 Snap Judgment 5 "Leave It to Beaver 7 Prize Movie: "Sword of Lancelot," Cornel Wilde ('63) 9 *The Real McCoys 11 Jack LaLanne Show 13 Rocky His Friends 9:25 4 Nancy Dickerson 9:30 .2 The Beverly Hillbillies. 4 Concentra'n Clayton 5 "Movie: "Orders to Kill," Paul Massey 9 'Marshall Dillon 11 Panorama (final) 13 *News Parade 9:45 13 *Spanish II 10:00 A.M. 2 *Andy Griffith Show 4 Personality, Larry Blyden, Kaye Ballard 9 Movie: "Druma Along the Mohawk," Claudette Colbert ('39) 13 'Spanish I 10:15 13 *Mr. Merchandising 10:30 2 *Dick Van Dyke 4 Hollywood Squares 11 From the Inside--Out 13 *Robin Hood 11:00 A.M. 2 The Love of Life 4 Jeopardy, Art Fleming 7 Galloping Gourmet 11 Sheriff John, Lunch 13 The Romper Room 11:25 2 Douglas Edwards 11:30 2 Search for Tomorrow 4 Eye Guess, B. Cullen 7 Anniversary Game 13 America! "Greenwich Village 11:45 5 Johnny Grant Show 9 Doug Dudley, News 4 Ed Newman (11:55) 12 NOON 2 Boutique, Steve Dunne 4 Hidden Faces (serial) 5 Cartoon Time 7 *Bewitched 9 Tempo, Roy Elwell, Bob Dornan, Dick Whittington (to 3:15) 11 Jack Latham, News 13 Bill Johns, News 12:30 2 As the World Turns 4 Days of Our Lives 5 Stingray (puppets) 7 Funny You Should Ask 11 *Movie: "3 on a Ticket," Hugh Beaumont (47) 13 Dialing for Dollars 1:00 P.M. 2 Love Is a Many- Splendored Thing 4 The Doctors (serial) 5 "National Velvet 7 Dream House (game) 1:30 2 The Guiding Light 4 Another World (serial) 5 Dobie Gillis 7 Let's Make a Deal 13 World Adventure: "Holiday in Japan" 1:45 11 "Movie: "The Browning Version," Michael Redgrave, Jean Kent 2:00 P.M. 2 The Secret Storm 4 You Don't Say! 5 *Love That Bob! 7 The Newlywed Game 13 *Movie: "Barricade," Alice Faye, Warner Baxter ('39) 2:30 2 The Edge of Night 4 The Match Game 5 'Father Knows Best 7 The Dating Game 2:55 4 Floyd Kalber, News 3:00 P.M. 2 The Linkletter Show 4 PDQ, Dennis James 5 "Highway Patrol 7 General Hospital 13 Felix the Cat 28 "Cancion de Raza (R) ; 3:15 9 Ted Meyers, News 3:30 2 Lucky Pair, Geoff Edwards, Maureen Reagan, Danny Lock in 4 Mike Douglas Show 5 Divorce Coui\ 7 One Life to Live 9 Movie: "Marco Polo," Rory Calhoun, Koko Tani ('62) 11 "My Favorite Martian 13 Hobo Kelly Show 4:00 P.M. 2 *Mr. Ed, Alan Young 5 "O'/.zie and Harriet 7 Dark Shadows (serial) 11 Pay Cards! Art James 4:30 2 Movie: "Written on the Wind," Rock Hudson, Lauren Bacall, Robert Stack ('57). Melodrama 5 Please Don't Eat the Daisies, Pat Crowley 7 Bill Bonds, News 11 George Putnam, News 13 Bozo's Big Top 5:00 P.M. 4 KNBC Newservice 5 Dick Garton, News 9 Groovy Show, Morgan 13 'The Addams Family 5:15 28 "The Friendly Giant 5:30 7 Frank Reynolds, News 9 Rat Patrol, Christopher George, Lisabeth Hush 11 Donald O'Connor Show, Dwayne Hickman, Jane Wyatt 13 Gilligan's Island 28 Misterogers Neighbors 6:00 P.M. 2 Big News, J. Dunphy 4 Huntley Brinkley 5 Steve Allen Show, Eva Gabor, Pat O'Brien, Billy Carr 7 THE 6 O'CLOCK MOVIE if "TITANIC"--BARBARA STANWYCK, Clifton Webb Robert Wagner, Thelma Ritter ('53) 9 1 Spy, Robert Gulp, Bill Cosby, Mary Jane Saunders. 13 Batman, Adam West. Cliff Robertson, Dina Merrill (part 2) 28 "What's New: Flicks 6:30 4 KNBC Newservice 13 Voyage to Bottom of ·Sea, Richard BaseharL, Arthur Hill. 28 "Absurd Arts: "Absurdity of Newspapers." Symbolic functions of various sections of daily paper. 7:00 P.M. 2 Walter Cronkite, News 9 What's My Line? 11 Password, A. Ludden 28 "Wonderful World of Children: "The Zoo" 7:30 2 Wild Wild West, Robert Conrad, Ross Martin, Robert Pine, Henry Wilcoxon, Ed Binns. Secret forces within Army work with Mexican pistoleros in a plot to take over the territory. 4 High Chaparral, Leif Erickson, Cameron Mitchell, Frank Gorshin. Flamboyant Irish cavalry deserter cons Buck into buying his pet camel--claiming it will revolutionize the cattle industry. 5 Lost in Space, Guy Williams 7 This Is Tom Jones. Guests from four continents include Tim Conway, Sergio Mcndes and Brasil '66, Lynn Redgrave, Lulu, Australia's Bee Gees. 9 Movie: "Apache," Burl Lancaster, Jean Peters 11 Truth or Consequences. 13 "Perry Mason, Burr 28 "Cancion dc Raza (R) 8:00 P.M. 11 Hazel, Shirley Booth 28 Birth and Death (R). An earlier PEL film. Essay by Arthur Barron, offered without narration, recording the joys of a young couple with the natural childbirth of their first baby, and the stoicism of an old man with terminal cancer. 8:25 5 World of Sports 8:30 2 Gomer Pyle, USMC, Jim Nabors, Frank Sutton, Allan Melvin, Mabel Albertson. During war games exercises, Hacker uses the guileless Gomer as his tool to defeat his rival 4 Name of the Game: "The Bobby Currier Story," Robert Stack, Julie Harris, Anne Baxter, Brandon de- Wilde, Tisha Sterling. A confused, shy young man, son of a pig farmer (would you believe Miss Baxter?) kidnaps the sheriff's daughter and sets out on a crime spree. 5 Across the 7 Seas: "Japanese Hollywood," Jack Douglas And Now (Rah) The Excaliburs... By GEORGE ERES TV-Radio Editor We have the Oscars. Emmys. Grammys, Tonys -- and now the Excali- burs. The Excaliburs (after King Arthur's sword) were presented by the Academy of Professional Sports Wednesday night on Ch. 4. As usual with awards shows, this one started running out of time although there were relatively few awards to make. A MONOLOGUE on basketball hy Bill Cosby was cut but there was some entertainment when Raqucl Welch noted she'd recently finished a picture with .lim Brown and commented, "He's quite a sport." Perry Como, not exactly a sprinter, handled things and Vin Scully did the replays of moments of glory on the playing fields. I guess one of the reasons the show didn't run over was that where the Oscars and Emmys slight no one in the industry, the Excaliburs had a pretty hard line about what sports were to be honored. Auto racing was left out as was tennis and curling. No mention was made of the American Basketball Association, admittedly not a big draw at the gate, which, I guess, was the yardstick for being in the running. PLAYERS voted the following players of the year: Denny McLain, Detroit Tigers pitcher, American League. (McLain also won the sportswriters - sportscaster vote). Bob Gibson, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher, got the award in the National League. Angel Cordero won for racing; Billy Casper, golf; Bobby Hull, Chicago Black Hawks, hockey; Earl Morrall, Baltimore Colts, Na- tional Football League; Joe Namath, New York Jets, American Football League; Wesley Unseld, Baltimore Bullets, basketball. THE winners present thanked all in the formula manner -- except Johnny Longdon accepting for Cordero, who s a i d he thought Cordero would want him to thank all his horses for him. As promotions go, the Excaliburs probably will do for sports what the other award shows do for their special ties. I expect the show will have a respectable rating and you'll probably see it around annually from now on -maybe even expanded to 90 minutes like the big- time award shows. * * * * RADIO NOTE: KHJ is suspending regular programming at noon today and for 48 hours will document "The History of Rock 'n' Roll." Careers of more than 20 top performers will be discussed with performers discussing their own and others' works. FM HIGHLIGHTS Kitchen Korner, 9 a.m., KTBT . . . Morning for Modems, 10 a.m., KBIG . . . Luncheon Concert, noon, KFAC . . Luncheon at the Music Center 1 p.m., KFAC . . . Journey in Music, 2 p.m., KBBI . . . Stereo Interlude, 3 p.m., KNOB . . . Afternoon Affair, 4 p.m., KBIG . . . Strictly from Dixie, 5 p.m., KRHM. Stereo at Six, 6 p.m., KCBH . . . Broadway Showtime ("Henry, Sweet Henry"), 7 p.m., KRHM . . . Classics, 8 p.m., KCBH, KFAC, KRHM; 9 p.m., KBBI . . . Primarily Strings, 10 p.m., KNOB . . . Concerto da Camera, 11 p.m., KCBH. iiiiiimiiimiiimimmimiimiiiiiiiiiiimimmmin MBC-7M XFI-44* KALI-- 1430 KFOX-- 1381 MIC-740 KFYIS-9JO KBBQ-- 1490 K CBS-- 1020 KO«Y-- 1580 XGER-- 1390 KIEV-- lit KEZr-- 1190 KOFI-- 1230 KtAC-- 570 KCM-- SOQ KHI-S30 KPOL-1540 KWKW-I30J KKM--1221 KREL--I3TO KWOW--I60J MUD--1151 KM--1091 K«LA-- III! XTRA--ill FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1969 12 noon, KHJ --History of Rock 'n Roll (48 hours) 8 p.m., KNX --NBA Basketball: Celtics at Lakers 8 p.m., KMPC --Basketball: Oregon State at UCLA 8 p.m., KFI -- Basketball: Oregon at USC 7 Generation Gap, Dennis Wholey. Postponed segment with Maureen O'Sullivan and daughter Tisa Farrow. 11 Merv Griffin Show. Sam Levenson, Phyllis Newman, Alastair Cooke, Eli Wallach, Anne Jackson, Wayne Cochran and the C. C. Riders 13 Beat the Odds, Johnny Gilbert (game show) 9:00 P.M. 2 Movie: "7 Brides for 7 Brothers," Jane Powell, Howard Keel, Jeff Richards, Julie New- mar, Russ Tamblyn ('54-lst run). Excelled tune-filled tale 5 Hugh Hefner Show, Tommy Smothers, Louis Nye, Angelina Butler 7 Let's Make a Deal, Monty Hall 13 Run for Your Life, Ben Gazzara, Katherine Crawford, Alejandro Rey. Revolution 9:30 7 Guns of Will Sonnett, Walter Brennan, Dack Rambo, Jason Evers, Norma Crane, Peter Leeds. James Sonnett is led into a trap by a woman setting him up for a man seeking revenge. 9 Ted Meyers, News 10:00 P.M. 4 Star Trek, William Shatner, Leonard Ni- moy, Skip Homeier. Spacial hippies led by a disillusioned and diseased doctor capture the Enterprise and threaten to destroy it unless they're transported to a planet "paradise". fi Dick Garton, News 7 Judd for Defense, Carl Betz, Richard Kiley, Joanne Linville, Walter Brooke, John Dehner, Ed Binns (pt. 2). Defense of the guru of a religious cult takes a v sudden new turn when c hypnotherapy is used to uncover the truth. 9 *Marshal Dillon 11 George Putnam, News 13 That Show, Joan Rivers, Joan Fontaine 28 *Rt\D Review, Dr. Albeit Hibbs: "Stanford Linear Accelerator" 10:30 9 *Movie: "Sea Wife," Richard Burton, Joan Collins (Br.-'57) 13 Bill Johns, News 11:00 P.M. 2 11 o'clock Report 4 Tom Brokaw, News 5 Pacific 8 Basketball Oregon State at UCLA, Dick Enberg. Taped earlier tonight at Pauley. 7 Bill Bonds, News 11 Liars Club, Rod Serling 13 Movie: "Checkpoint," Anthony Steel, Stanley Baker (Br.-'57) 11:30 2 Movie: "The Deep Six," Alan Ladd, Joey Bishop, James Whitmore ('57) 4 Tonight, Johnny Carson (Burbank), George Gobel, Judy Carne. and Robert Wagner 7 Joey Bishop Show, Elgin Baylor (Lakers), Glen Campbell, Sammy Shore,-Jeannie C. Riley 11 *I Love Lucy, L. Ball 12:10 9 *Movie: "Most Dangerous Man Alive," Ron Randell ('61) 12:30 13 'Movie: "Meet Mr. Callaghan," Derrick DeMarney (Br.-'55) 1:00 A.M. 4 KNBC Newservice 5 *Movie: "Dark Past," William Holden, Lee J. Cobb ('49) 7 The Late Report 11 From the Inside--Out 1:15 2 ,*Movic:"The Long Haul," Victor Mature, Diana Dors ('57) 1:30 11 *Movies: "Great Expectations," "Never Say Goodbye" and ?': "Dummy Talk*" 4 WOMEN BREAK THE BARRIER AT LLOYD'S LONDON (DPI) -Lloyds of London, the most famous insurance center in the world and one of London's last male bastions, a n n o u n c e d Thursday it will admit women members for the first time in its 300-year history. In a move which rocked London's sober financial world, Lloyd's said women would he allowed in on exactly the same terms as men as of Jan. 1, 1970. Moreover, they will he permitted to use 1he famed Lloyd Captain's Room ·-- a plush Victorian restaurant where no woman has ever been allowed to set foot, not even as a guest. But not just any women can take advantage of the new ruling. She will have to pay for her privileges and only the very .wealthy ones stand a chance of getting in. Brink's Car Driver Charged With Theft SUNNYVALE UP) -- A former Brink's armored car driver was arrested Thursday on grand theft charges arising from an incident which he had reported as an armed robbery. Nick Autonomoff, 24, S a n F r a n c i s c o , w a s charged with stealing $44,000 which he said was taken by armed bandits Nov. 27 at Lockheed Missiles Space Co. FM STATIONS They will have to "show wealth" of $170,000 just like the men, and be required lo deposit the customary $38,000 with Lloyds. They will also have to he British by birth or naturalization and a permanent resident of this country. m":? KJLH_ " · KRHM IT: rrsi rrrll:! KFMU ' KDUO KWIZ . L--W.7 rrJ" KK r=?';:S K K ?ffi .96.7 KBBI .. =® ._....105.5 . 105.9 JJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt PIANOS | AND | [ORGANS! !· BOUGHT* RENTED! 1»SOLD -TUNED | · REPAIRED | I r»ioui;v s | 342 PINE AVE., L.B. = HE k-1tV , S FIND A NEW WAY OF LIFE! 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