Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 106
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 106

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 9, 1961
Page 106
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THURSDAY 6:15 2 Austin Green 6:30 2 Language You (USC) 0:45 4 Morning Farm Report 7:00 A.M. 2 Captain Kangaroo 4 Garroway Today Show with Sander Vanocur, new drugs in psychiatry. 7:45 2 News, Maury Green 9 Cartoonsville--A.M. 8:00 A.M. 2 Panama Pacific, R. Rowe 7 Chucko's Cartoons 8:30 5 Ding Dong School 9 Tim Holt Western: "Riding the Wind ('42) 9:00 A.M. 2 I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball 4 Say W h e n , Art James 5 The Jack LaLanneShow 7 I Married Joan, J. Davis 11 Adventures in Spanish 8:30 2 Video Village. Monty Hall 4 (Color) Play Your Hunch 5 Romper Room 7 It's a Great Life 9 Movie: "You Can't Buy Luck," Onslow Stevens, Helen Mack ('37) I I Yoga for Health 10:00 A.M. 2 Dbl. Exposure. S. Dunne 4 (Color) The Price Is Right 7 The Ray M i l l a n d Show 11 Movie: "Forsaking All Others." Joan Crawford, Clark Gable, Robert Montgomery ('31). Triangle comedy. 10:30 2 Your Surprise Package 4 Concentration, H. Downs 5 The Larry Moore Show 7 Our Miss Brooks, E. Arden 11:00 A.M. 2 Love of Life 4 Truth or Consequences 5 Here's Hawaii (taped) 7 The Gale Storm Show 9 The Seekers: 'The Defiant Vims" 11:30 2 Search forTomorrow 4 (Color) It Could Be You 7 Love That Bob! 9 Movie: "Alias French Gertie," Bebc Daniels, Ben Lyon ('30) 11:45 2 The Guiding Light H Telecopier News (11:50) 4 News, Ray Scherer (11:5f) 12:00 NOON 2 Grant Holcomb, News: Burns and Allen (12-05) 4 (Color) Ja n Murray Show 5 The Mike Wallace Show TV REPAIRS · . . liT-Yfetir Some WRITTErJ' GUARANTEE ALL WORK ITEMIZED fair Pricts-^rHonest Repairs* CuEoinas. Sund.Wi ALL AMERICAN TV. EST IS * s s - GA 2-0303 .HA 1.1844 · FA 9-8020 with Inger Stevens · ·?· Camouflage, Don Morrow ·U-Sheriff-John, John Kovick 12:30 2 As the World Turns 4 Lorctta Young Theatre: 'Thanks to You," Hume Cronyn. Ticket agent arranges a flight that causes a crisis. 5 The Chef Milani Show 7 Number Please. B. Collyer 1:00 P.M. 2 Face the Facts, Red Rowe 4 Young Ur. Malone 5 Movie: "Deep Waters," Dana Andrews, Jean Peters ('48) 7 The Pioneers: "A Perilous Cargo" 9 Chpmp. Bowling Re-Runs 11 Topper, Leo G. Carroll 1:15 13 Public Service Film 1:15 13 Public Service Film 1:30 2 Art Linkletter House P'ty with Connie Stevens 4 From These Roots 7 West Point 11 People's Choice. J. Cooper 13 The Lloyd Thaxlon Show 2:00 P.M. 2 The Millionaire 4 Make Room for Daddy 7 Day in Court: Support is in arrears 9 Movie: "Around the World," Kay Kyser, Joan Davis ('43) 11 The Paul Coales Show 13 The Women's World 2:30 2 The Verdict Is Yours 4 Here's Hollywood. Dean Miller: Buddy Hackctt, Mona Freeman 7 Seven Keys, Jack Narz 11 The Ben Hunter Show 13 The Lloyd Thaxton Show 3:00 P.M. 2 The Brighter Day 4 Teleplay: "The Guy in Ward 4," Richard Kiley 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 Fdge of Night 4 News; Highway Holidays (3:40): "Big Creek" 5 Tricks-Treats, Corns Guy 7 Who Do You Trust? II Your Belter Self 3:45 5 Telecopier News 9 Yoga for You. 4:00 P.M. 2 Amos 'n' Andy 5 Skipper Frank's Cartoons 7 American Bandstand (Freddy Cannon day) 9 What's Ne%vs? (qui* game) 11 3 Stooges, Don Lamond 4:10 4 Movie: "One Night of Love/' Grace Moore 4:30 2 Life of Riley, Wm. Bendix 9 Cartoonsville--P.M. 13 Wink Martindale (POP) 5:00 P.M. 2 Movie: "Frontier Gambler,"John Bromfield, Coleen Gray ('5G) 5 Popeye,Tom f l a t t e n 7 The Soupy Sales Show 9 Movie: "Seven Guns to [3-DAY TELEPHONE SALE; | PRICE SLASH! BRAND NEW 1961 Zig-Zag Sewing Machines ZJg-Zags Automatically Wo Attachment* Meedec * Decorates · Blmd STi Redaced lo t FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Phoai 0»y--KilM--S«a,-- ACT N O W ! I FREE! WEEK 1 PINKIMG SHEARS TO THE FIRST 25 CUSTOMERS WHO CALL LI/AIT OMF TO A CU1TO\\FR NO DEALERS, PLETASF. 7621 E. Firestone Downey ] 12 Mesa." Lola Albright, Charles Quinlivan ('. r 8) II Superman, George Reeves 5:30 7 Rocky and His Friends U Sheriff of Cochise 13 True Adventure, B. Burrud "Raven vs. Porcupine" 6:00 P.M. 4 (Color) News and Spor's 5 Bozo the Clown 7 Ed Fleming. News I I Broken Arrow, J. Lupton 13 Baxter Ward, News G:15 4 Huntley Brinkley Report 7 ABC Evening Report 9 John Willis and the News 13 Goodwin J. Knight 6:25 2 Weather Vane, Bill Keenc 13 Turnley Walker 6:30 2 Dunphy-Stratlon Report 4 (Color) Curt Massoy Show 5 Clete Roberts Repo'rls 7 The Pioneers: "Yankee Pirate" 9 Cartoon Express U Dick Tracy; Weather Eyes 13 Hold the Phone! G. DeWitt 6:45 2 Douglas Edv.'ards. News 4 (Color) Jack Latham News 5 The Big Three (News) 11 George Putnam, News 7:00 P.M. 2 Assignment: Underwater, Bill Williams (repeal). Radioactive chloride is lost in sea, contaminating fish. 4 F.xclusive: "The Man Who Changed Faces," Kieron Moore. Bob Considine's story of Norwegian patriot who, after plastic surgery, look the place of u Nazi major. 5 Win-Dough Shopping 7 Man and the Challenge. George Nader 11 The Yogi Bear Show 13 Holiday, Bill Burrud: "Colorful Austria" 7:30 2 Summer Sports Spectacular: "Championship Soccer" (see spts box) 4 Outlaws, Barton Mac- I.ane, Henry Hull, James Coburn (repeat).Drifter impersonates slain son of blinded man. 5 Jeff's Collie (Lassie) 7 Guestward Ho! Joanne Dru, J. Carrol Naish (repeat). Lonesome is fired when he loses horse. 9 Science Fiction Theatre 11 Blue Angels, Don Gordon 13 Golden Voyage: ''Japan" 8:00 P.M. 5 The Californians 7 Donna Reed Show (repeat). Donna attends class reunion and meets old beau. 9 I Led Three Lives. I I Suspicion: "Woman Turned to Salt," Michael Rennie, Pamela Brown, Susan Oliver. Bridegroom's mysterious former wife disappeared. 13 Play of Week (repeat): "The House of Bernards Alba,'" Eileen Heckarl, Anne Revere, Nancy Marchand, Lee Grant. Widowed matriarch orders her five daughters to enter 8-year cloistered mourning. 8:30 2 Zane Grey Th'lr (repeat) "Blood Red," Carolyn Jones. Paul Richards. Her mixed blood puts frontier woman under strange death curse. 4 Bat Masterson, Gene Barry (repeat). Miner j,laces dynamite around cabin to stop road building project. 5 Boxing (see box) 7 The Real McCoys, Walter Brennan (repeat). Grandpa fights the Navy to try to prevent scrapping the USS West Virginia. 9 Mr. and Mrs. North 9:00 P.M. ,. J V l i i - J.;·!·.**. i(:i.. i 'I i.-I · c 2 Gu,nslinger. .1 oa^.,-, .· Young (repeat). Innocent . .Indian soldier is convicted of molesting cantina .dancer. 4 Bachelor Father. John Forsythe (repeat). Peter Is refused a passport when Bentley heads for Home. 7 My Three Sons, Fred MacMurray (repeat). Robbie lias his first case of puppy love. 9 Movie: "New York Confidential," Broderick Crawford, Anne Bancroft, Richard Conte ('So) 11 Lie Detector. R. Andrews 9:30 4 (Color) Great Ghost Tales: "William Wilson." Robert Duvall, Joanne Linville. Edgar Allen Poe's study of split personality us mysterious stranger haunts philandering student. 7 The Untouchables; Robert Stack: "The Antidote," Joseph Wiseman. Conniving chemist holds t lie secret to reclaiming industrial alcohol (repeat). 11 Man Without a Gun, Rex Reason. 10:00 P.M. 2 The Secret Life of Danny Kaye (repeat)- sec.- Itax 4 The Best of Grouch') Plumbers' union oliicial gets equal time. 5 Clete Roberts Reports 11 George Putnam, News 13 Baxter Ward, News 10:15 f Big Three Final (naws) H Weather Front; S ; ;orls 13 Goodwin J. Kniglu; Today in Wall Street (10:L!i) 10:30 4 (Color) Hollywood Record Room, Bobby Troo; w i t h Dexter Gordon, R u i h Price and Herb Ellis. Final show 5 International Travelcade 7 Silents Please: "Son of the Sheik," Rudolph W.en tino, Vilma Banky ('26). The desert prince i.i Valentino's last f i l m . 1! The Paul Coates Show 13 The Tom Duggan Show 11:00 P. M. 2 Jerry Dunphy Report 4 (Color) Jack [.athum news 5 Movie: 'The Man Who Cried W.olf," Lewis Stone 7 Lew Irwin Reports 9 John Willis; Bill Brundige 11 Highway Patrol 11:15 2 Movie: "Angels Over Broadway," Doughis Fairbanks Jr., Rita Hayv/orth, Thomas Mitchell ('-10). Ben Hecht screenpl.-iy about oddballs in Broadway cafe. 4 (Color) Jack Paar Show with Alexander King 7 The Honeymoonors: "Here Comes the Bride" 9 Movie: "Bandido." Robert Mitchum, Gilbert Uoland ('56) 11:30 11 PM East--PM Wesl. M i k e Wallace, Terrence O Flaherty 11:15 7 Charles Boyer Tele;,[ "The Bad Streak" 12:00 MIDNIGHT 13 Newsroom, Don Rose SUMMER SPORTS SPECTACULAR, 7:30 p.m. on channel 2, with two games of the J961 International Soccer League t o u r n a m e n t taped at the Polo Grounds, ll's England vs. Brazil and iloumnnia vs. West Germany. BOXING, at 8:30 p.m. on channel 5, with Jir.i I lealy ringside at the Olympic. Main event pits Eddie PJCO against Frankie Ramirez. THE SECRET LIFE OF OF DANNY KAYE -- As ambassador-at-large for UNICEF, Kaye is seen as he sings, dances and tells stories to children in England, Greece, Israel, Italy, Morocco, Nigeria, Turkey and Yugoslavia. Edward R. Murrow is narrator. A rebroadcast, it's at 10 p.m. on channel 2. 12:15 5 Land and Your Future 7 Movie: "The Second Woman," Robert Young, Betsy Drake ('49). Piiycho- logical suspense. 12:45 9 Movie: "Crash Dive," Tyrone Power, Anne Baxter, Dana Andrews ('43) 1:00 A.M. 2 Movie: "The Perfect Snob," Lynn Bari, Charles Ruggles, Charlotte Greenwood, Cornel Wilde. 4 Almanac; Newswrap Kilocycle Kops Monitor Airwaves By PATRICK YOUNG WASHINGTON (U PI)-- The real sleuths of the airwaves aren't those heard or seen on your radio or television sets. Instead, they are real life "kilocycle kops" - -members of the Federal Communications Commission's field engineering and monitoring bureau- -- who police the airwaves around-the-clock for Uncle Sam. In fact the bureau's 400 employes make up nearly one- third of the commission's entire personnel. The kops -- a nickname given to them by the FACC -operate 24 district offices, five sub-offices, two marine offices, and 18 monitoring stations across the nation. Their duties includes inspection, investigation, monitoring, 'engineering and licensing, enforcement of the communications laws. Federal law provides a maximum penalty of two years in prison, a $10,000 fine, or both, for violations. The bureau often uses mobile -- and sometimes portable -- direction finders to track down offenders. The kops keep their ears c o c k e d f o r unauthorized broadcasts. They also investigate interferences w h i c h often mar radio and television reception. Not long ago, a Chicago suburb suddenly found itself with a new radio station -- one the FCC hadn't licensed. It not only broadcast recorded music, news and "mnn-on-the- street" interviews, but threw in free commercials. The bureau investigated. It found four boys who aimed for perfection -- if not legality -- in their operation. Posted at the station's "studio" were a list of rules and fines. Among them were "goofing names in the news -- 3 cents" and "messing up commercials -- 5 cents." Sometimes violations have

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