Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 109
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KUC-5TO KABC-790 K E Z Y - I I 9 Q KFI-640 KHJ-930 KFOX-1280 KB1Q.740 KMPC-710 KGER. 1390 KNX.1010 KFWB-980 KWIZ-1480 SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1901 7:00 A. M. KM-- News; Radio Pi[nlt K.ABC-- Anr.encan Farmer K - · -ru-.vs; Navy Swings vi! i X-- \"Of i r N CWS R Yldup K.FOX-- Bilt f'alterson, to 11 ·CGER -Forward In Faith KH.'- Pil Bx;nc KHX -- Su iJav SvrnDhotiv -.30 r.Fi-- Home Icwn KABC~Cor..er|- Hail KM J-- P c - T v c d ..ir You KN*X-- Crx/rcn ol Hie Air KGER -- ''i'-i ol Fallh :« KFI-- Cnrist.an Science KHJ-Dcfeni«-- Vets KABC-- ,'AIIfon Cross ( 7 : 5 5 ) "^oTA^M? 51 KFI- NCWS KABC -- Dr. Hoi Pierce KHJ-- Layman's Hour Ki:X-Cliurth o, the Air KGLR-- Chrisl'o Brolherh'd KFI--A1 Home v,.!h Music K A B C -- Oiarlci i Fuilef KHJ-Back to Gca KNX-- Sill 1 tike fnnern'cle KGER-- Voice ol China KGRR-- World Literature 9:00 A. M. KM-- Music for Jiome Tolks KADC-- Bibfe Srudv Hour KHJ-- Rdd.o Bible Class K.NX New*. KNX NewY^ KHX -Unlverslly Exnlorer KG^R-- Airman From God f:V. KABC-- Radio Bible Class KHJ-- Voice of Prophecy KNX-Sluarl Novins; Invl- td'lon lo Learning (v:35) KOTR -- John erown 10:00 A. M. KABC-- Wings ot Hearing KHJ -- fVev/s ; Paul Cof no Ton x»X-- I.'ews, SrwHs; Older You Grow (10.10) KGER-- A Earl Lee 10'li KGL : R-- V/asbfnglQn Reoort 10:10 KFI--Dodcer B.ir.ri stand KABC-- Dr. Duff-Fortws K N X- London Reonrl; Trolan Ofocst (10:35) KGcR-- cnosjn People KUPO-WiKiivUD 00:40) 10'i KAB.C-- Music Masters: KGtR-- Dan Grlberl 11:00 A.M. K.V.PC-- Ne*s: Bill Riunev KABC-- News; Your Child KIIX-- Ne-.vs; Sunday Scene KFOX-- Sauedkln' DeK.on KGER-Ch. ot Ouert Door 11: IS KABC-- rr .ink find Ernes) KP'V^PC- -Baseball (11:25): IU30 KABC-- Message of Israel KNX-- Science; Sun Scene 12:00 NOON KAQC--Soi J nd of V/orshlo KHJ-Pcfe Miller, news KMX-- f,'e*.s; Rcbt. W.erriJI 13:11 KHJ-- Pflul Coiiirtton 12:10 KARC Dr Bill/ GraHam K K X -- Woscow Scene; 5-jr.rf.iv Sttiw (12:35) KGFR Rev. Viclor Glenn 12:45 KB1G-- Allanla Stock Car Race 1:00 P.M. KABC- Hews; The Week KNX-- News; Sun. 5«ne KFOX-- Cal 'Aorlliir.glon KGEK-Dr. Oial R o b c r f s KABC-- Flair" 15 1:30 KFOX-Bill PaHtfiicn KGER-- Hour ol Fnilh KFI-- Bailer UD t l - J S ) 1:5S KFI-- Riiicbnll: Circ'nnali Hcdicgs at Doycfi 2:00 P. M. KMPC-- Baseball: Anpcl^ at Tuicri (2-wl oinio} KABC -- News; Bus rcsj KGEK-- Woiiu ViS'D'i 7:14 KABC-- Flair KGER -- Lnvnicn's HCKW 3:00 P. M. KABC-- Monday Headline* KHJ-- Pete Miller, news KNX-NEMvs; Sporl?; Sun day Scene EfOX-Cal 1 VVorlhlnglon KtaUR-- l-ull Gcspcl 3:13 HJ-- Cal Mil.id (1g «) KFOX-- Arlen" Sa~,d«ii KGfcR-- Tcmole TIm« 4:00 P. M. KABC -Hews; Fra!r KGLR-- Charl».s E Fuller KNX-- Georoe Herman; Sunday Scer.e (4:3i) KFOX-- Cal WuMh'nglon KGER-- Famllv BiWc Hour KFI- Scoreboard; TJcwj 5:00 P, M. KF1-- Bancfiland KHJ-- Pete Mfller. n«,v» KMX-- tJcws; Sjrd-iv Desk KGER-- voice ol Ct\',r.3 5:15 KFI- Sonus fJcvcr D't KABC-- Vlro 1 PinMev KHJ-- Cal Mllner KGER-Rev. Carl Basket! 5:10 KABC-- S'dney V.'alfcn KNX-- Douo i~d-,vards; Si-ntiay Scc^.e (5:351 KFOX-- Arlen S-indcr* KGEH-- Rev. C. T Wa'beig 5:45 KFI- Senn'orV Rcporr KAQC-- As We See li 6:00 P. M. KFI Seoul Jamboree KABC-- Hews; While Hcust KNX--NCWS; Soarls; Johnny Dollar (6:10) KFOX-- Pioneer Room 6:is KABC-- George Sokoiskv L 6:30 KFI-- Molorists' Wc'cdies KABC-- Erwin D. Cci'4um KHJ -- New TCitam't Lighl* KFOX-- Soc. Sec.; CHP KCER-- R.-KfO Bibfc Clas* KNX-- Suspense t6:3i): KFI -- BcoVs in kt News: ·Sconce in Beltfro" KABC-- O-ie,i5 Assignment KFOX- Fire Dept. R:») 7:00 P. M. K F I -- News; A'nerlcan V/ay KAHC- Hews: issues Answers [7:051: Sen. Wayne Mo-ie {D-Ore?.), Sen. John C. Tower (R- KHJ-NPW-; FaTiiiv TVf*r KHX-- NC*i Kl : OX-- Ailen S^ntJprs KGER-- Gordon Palmer KNX--Sclefice Editor KFI-- Oaera Is for Evcrvo.ie: "Die FleJdermaus 1 ' KA3C-- Dr. Ja-nes F:tielO KHJ-- V.'orld Tomorrow KriX -- Wr.d Tcnlo^l KGtlR-- lian Gi-Dert KNX- Mov/.irL K Sriilh X.rOX LU Pr vcr S J Jiid KGER-Brircl'MOLr 8:00 P. i\l. K A R C -- Herald ol Truth KHJ-,*.\orian Thealer KNX World V.UMC FcsH- v.i 1 ^, . Rcroen. Norwav KFOX-Wh*. Teacher? KABC-- ChK-rth in Home KHJ -- Ch. of Open Door KFOX -- Isl Foersquare GEiR-- Sunshine Mission 9:00 P. M. K A B C -- Voice .;* Propriety KFOX -St. GemwFns KCrs-- Qelhel Churcft KG US-- Lutheran Hour K F 1 -- Gob Cofuidine KFOX-- Counlrv Music 9:S» KFI-- Meet tre Presi: J. 11 PCS R. Holfa KABC--Charles fc. Ful'er KHJ-- Hour ol DecJstan K N X -- Mcilc lor the M'ddle /Alnri KFOX-- He.-ard ot Healing KGER-- Zton hill Baalist 9:45 K.FOX- P a o f k Rctiort 10:00 P.M. KF r-- News; C. P. Wac- Gic-jor Show (10:05). "Honor Annooo Th'cvcs," Alan Nap-er K A R C -- Llcnt life Hour KHJ-- f/ius.c, Cal Milner KHX-- 10 o'clock Wiro FOX- G'oiv Bcauly Ch. KNX-- YschF. 'Race; t Music 1C:30 KPI -- Calholic Hour KABC-- Revival Time KHJ -- Public Service KGl= P. --Spirituals 1 1:00 P. M. KFI -- Wev;s; CF^wia'o Times KABC ChriMkin in Aclion KHJ-- I he Uc-«s-V,ricel KNX-- Ncw;:IIi,ch Dj-jolai KGER-- Bhhno Cor.cdy KFI-- T fie Eft'rria' Unht 11 '30 KABC-- Ai-er, oi-i Sc.en« f K G F R Circle Mission * Kl-l-- Uc-.vs H:iO) MONDAY, JULY 10, 1 7:00 A, M. J-- Bob Freed, ______ K N X -- World News R'ndup KFOX -Jack Morris (lo 10) KGER-- Chrisl Tatlh MiS3'n KFI- Hil Ihe Road K^BC-- Red Mel (vain e KHJ-- Perry Allen Sliow K N X - do[ Crane Show KGER-- Aubrey Lee 7:3-3 K ^ X -- Frank Goss 7:45 KFI-- News; Southland KHX-Botj Crone Show KGER -Heaven -rtd Home 8:00 A. M. KFl-Ncv^s; Hil 1he Road K ADC-- CUM Er.gle; Ntws KHJ- Roh Greene, news K N X -- Ncv;s; Sporls K G E R -- Wilbur Mekon 8:15 KAOC-- Paui Harvey, ncwi; Rtd A»cHvalne Show KHJ-- Prrry Allen Shov/ KNX -Bcb Crane Sl-.ow -- KABC-- Wendell rJobie; Red /.'.cllvaine (6:50) KGER -World ftliLalons 9:00 A. M. -i. 3 B KABC-- Carlion f rcdfrlcks KtlX--Ganv Moore Show: Cro^byClooncv Ml:40) KGT R--Sunshine Mission K.r-1-- emphasis tlUAO) 12:00 NOON KF-I-- News; Farm Rrrartcr KABC--Paul Haryev KHJ- Sob Greene, news KNX--Noon Wcw 1 ! KGtR--Thru me Bible 12:15 KABC--Mvrcr, J Bcnnell KHJ--Jack -yau/wr 5how KNX--Nelson Mclni/ich iCFI--Calif. Ao/lc. -12:?0 12:30 1:00 P.M. KFI --News; TaV.e II Eiasy KAHC-SlmvHowe Me'.vi KHJ--Wayne Thomas nc*s KGER--Airmail from Gcd 1:15 KABC--Pamela Mason KHJ--Jack Wi.one/ KGER--Menu for Today , KNX-Nc^s; Slory Line KGKR-S3CI31 SeCL-rily: P«1er Slai-k Oro3n I 7:13 KAnc--V/crrie'l f J o t r t KHJ--Jack V/6oner fiiJiD Ncrma.T (7:35) KGER-GeoroB McLain Z:4S K G E R -- L i f e Line Fl --Fmphnils t?:5S 3:00 P. M. KFI-- News; Mary Hkfcox K A B C -- R . JOITICS; SV/AV/C KHJ--Tony LaFraro ne^s K N X -- ( J e w s KGCK--Yo-Jtn (or Christ 3:15 KABC-- Ooon Line KHJ--//ike Secrcil KtlX -- Pat Butlroni Show KGER--Dan Pike Show 3:10 KFI--Music Tiire. C. CetH l KF1 _EmDna 3 s : i" -- KGER-- U-^-rvi F-Tour 9:15 K A B C - - R t o McH^rVne KHJ-- Fr--nk Cflrroll K N X - Q o l 0-nne Sr-ow 9:30 V F i i. rtd « Day KGE«--Jchr_ Brown Hour K A Q C -- Friri NiOhling.lle K - J X - s r o r y in ilcllvwcod 10:00 A.M. K F i - f j C l v s , swng'n' Years KABC-- Hews- BrkfsJ Club +O -Bcb Orerne. news K N X -- W*i; Arthur Godfrey K f O X -- Tent Brennan "GE9-Rcst«:c Mission 10:15 K H J -- Fr.trk C.itfQll 10:30 xf : rR-Overcorp-no Life ···.:4i KGER-RCV. LCROV ^opp KP !-- trr.phflsis, M0:5i) 11:00 A.M. , k'ABC-- Han ·CHJ-- Sob' K K X -- News K F I -- Mew*; Dave Sha* KABC--News; Socrli XHJ--Ted Vevfs, Ne KNX--News KFT-Dean ' RusV (1:35) |kHJ "MJke'Secrrsl '·"- -- KNX--Pal Burtrant Sbo^v 4:30 KNX--Ch,is Collfrto-A-tvcd; P.Tl Bullrsm ^:35J KGER--Rev. Attc Schneider TaVe If Eaw KGER--Christian Co-jnsei'g KABC-- Jnv Sim^; Swrtvre - K F 1 - Snorts *:55) KHJ-Bob Greene ntr-vs KNX-- House Cah MrSSt KGER-- Health Talk KPi--EmDHasis (1:55) KNX-- Vim in P,irt^ (1:551 2:00 P.M. FM HIGHLIGHTS Aesop's Fables by Sterling Holloway at 8 a.m. on KRRM . . . . Dr. Jack W. Provon- sha from the White Memorial Church at 12 noon on KAEC . . . . S t a n K e n t o n , and alumni, on KNOB at 3 p.m. . . 1 . 6 p.m. h a s Arthur Rubenstein and the San Francisco Symphony in stereo on KFAC, with Erroll Gardner, the Jazzpickers and Sarah Vaughnn o n KNOB . . . . Rodgers and Hnmmerstein at 7 on KBIQ . . . . First of two concerts from the Bergen (Norway) Music Feslival at 8 p.m. on KNX . . . . KOLA has Guy I.ombardo at 10, with Nat King Cole's pinno at 11 p.m. MONDAY The eight best-selling jazz albums of the past week from 12 lioon lo 3 p.m. on KNOB . . . . "Damn Yankees" a t 1 p.m. on KM1.A . . . . Billy Eckstiiie at 4 p.m. on KNOB. \. - -. · · . . . - . . - . · i Joey Bishop Show Joey Bishop will he the star in his own series, 'The Joey Bishop Show," when it debuts Wednesday, Sept. 20, on NBC. Bishop will play the roleof a legman for u public relations f i r m . FM STATIONS KLOM . KXLU KPhK KUSC KFAC KHX _ KPOL KGGK . KRHM K R K D KABC _. ... KWlZ. KFMU KDl/O KNOB B8.1 KCBH , . .. B8./ KKOF 90.7 KM LA .. 91.5 HJ ??.3 KUTF ..,, 93.1 :FOX "T. 94J GLA r"V". . _ 9J.7 rCB!O . ... 9 6 3 KBCA . ... 95.5 Kl FM .... __ 96./ KOMS 97.1 KFIL _ _ . 97.5 KBRl ... 9/.9 96.7 100^3 101. 1 10L3 107.7 103 5 iai 3 105 1 IQSJ 105.9 1MJ 107.5 ··Jiff Xfljf 7t?fC. BOV.'AMI wuwGi?v.' vou WOULDN'T HAVE AMY CANNED ISH, WOU^D'JA ? " wear FALSE TEETH? eal 7 chev/, smile v/ith Helps beep icedi oul . . - plolo mug HHpi eoie preuure on gu-"» Helpi prevent cl^kiog 11 ivji MUC yoif · uoHtrv; S'jrrn 60 ^ MR. TRANSMISSION SPECIAL OVERHAUL Complete Overhaul Ilil^ Any Transmission * 3 LABOR Dh« PARTS 70-DAY or 10.000.MILE GUARANTEE COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE · LOAN CARS » FINANCING ARRANGED INo Mtn.f,- Down en ABVT. CrMll) · FREE ESTIMATES · B- ol A i. INTERNATIONAL CREDIT CARnS F1O?JORED. CALL TO 6-0715 or Drive in for Appointment 17412 LAKEWOOD BLVD.'. Corner Arfeiib Blvd.,' t»flflow*l : ' r .' I .'.OPEN' -TO 7 W E E K D A Y S -SUNOAY"».TQ,1 'S liberty Fights Cold War - - in 17 Languages! By LEROY MUNICH (UPl)--Out of a steel, and concrete building here goes crackling across Hie Iron Curtain a barrage of broadcasts in 17 languages. Radio Liberty (RL) fights the cold war of the air waves 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are some 10 million privately owned radio sets in the Soviet Union and this is Radio Liberty's potential audience. !t is trying to explain the western way of life to t h e persons w h o g a t h e r around these radio sets from the Polish border to the Siberian steppes. How many Russians listen? How are they affected by what they hear? Is Radio Liberty getting through to its listeners or is it, in effect, talking into a dead microphone. RESEARCHERS for Radio Liberty strive constantly to measure the size of the audience inside Russia. For example, an announcer will say at the end of a particular program: "If you liked this feature, please write us al Box 7, Stockholm." or "Box 49, Paris." A flood of mail will come pouring in within a day or two, but by the end of the sveek Soviet authorities will have succeeded in shutting off all letters and postal cards addressed to that box number. But an analysis will give a clue to the over all number of listeners, since these documents have a surprisingly even geographical distribution. From its samplings, Radio Liberty has found t h a t it does have a large audience of Soviet listeners--not only those who have radio receivers, but millions of others who go to the homes of owners of sets. KELLER AND, OF THOSE who bSV« heard Radio Liberty at. aft, more than half are listeners, according to Ralis, manager of audience research and evaluation department. So while there can be no exact measurement, in terms of numbers, Ralis points out that Radio Liberty definitely is not talking to a "dead mike." Moreover, Ralis can give a pretty good picture of the average listener inside Russia. "More likely than not," Ralis said, "he lives in the European part of the USSR; he will belong to the intelligentsia; he will be between 25 and 40 years old; and he will be a man of mixed political feelings." He need not necessarily be unfriendly to the Soviet regime, but he will have a genuine interest in what is going on in the West and in western viewpoints and reactions. In Race Gardner McKay got time off from ABC's "Adventures in Paradise" to participate in the annual Honolulu Yacht Race. McKay is a member of a four-man crew aboard a 28- foot catamaran. He participated in the tvcont F.nsenacla race, and last summer sailed in the Bermuda race. lllillllllllllllillllllllllllfllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIillllllill PORTABLE LOWEST PRICE IH TOWN! : · 19" SCREEN : · POWER TRANSFORMER : · BUILT-IN ANTENNA I · HAND-WIRED CHASSIS i We will nof knowingly be undersold 6-4728 =

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