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Pag* B-8--INDEPENDENT L ""» "**· "'"·' «««··'· "· «- '«· Television Log RNXT Channel 1 KBCA Clionn.l 4 KTIA Chann.l 5 MIC Channll KHJ Chonn.l 9 KttV Channll 11 KCOI Chmi»l 13 fh» /ndcptndonf anumti no rtifnnilblltly Ivi «?.zr.z:i r»ft/« by ·fallont. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1960 6:00 A.M. 4--Continental Classroom (repeat): "Physics" 6:30 4--(Color) Continental Class room: "Chemistry" 6:45 2--Austin Green 7:00 A.M. 2--Captain Kangaroo 4--Today, Dave Garroway 7:45 2--Grant Holcomb, News 8:00 A.M. 2--Vagabond: "Jamaica" 8:30 2--Amos 'n' Andy 5--Skipper Frank's Cartoons 9:00 A.M. 2--The Red Rowe Show 4--Dough-Re-Mi, G. Rayburn 5--Larry Finley, Cartoons 7--Chef Milani 11--Ramar of the Jungle 9:30 2--On the Go, J. Linkletter 4--Play Y'rHunch.M. Griffin 7--It's a Great Life 11--The Jack LaLanne Show 10:00 A.M. 2--1 Love Lucy, Lucille Ball 4--(Color) The Price Is Right, Robt. Q. Lewis 7--Chucko's Cartoons 11--Movie: "Ah Wilderness," Mickey Rooney, Lionel Barrymore 10:15 5--Tricks-Treats, Corris Guy 10:30 2--December Bride 4--Concentration, H. Downs 5--Ding Dong School 11:00 A.M. 2--Love of Life 4--Truth or Consequences, Bob Barker 5--Romper Room, Miss Mary 7--I Married Joan, Joan Davis 9--American Odyssey 11:15 13--Industry on Parade 11:30 · 2--Searcli for Tomorrow 4--(Color) It Could Be You 7--Men of Annapolis 9--Gene Autry Movie: "Springtime in the Rockies" 13--Lloyd Thaxton Red. Shop 11:45 2--The Guiding Light 12 NOON 2--News; Movie (12:05): "Fury at Furnace Creek," Victor Mature 4--Queen for Day, J. Bailey 5--Uncle Luther (cartoons) 7--Restless Gun, J. Payna 11--Sheriff John, J. Rovick 12:30 4--Thin Man, Peter Lawford 7--Love That Bob! 13--Film: "Turkey" 12:45 9--Movie: "Judge Steps Out," Alexander Knox, Ann Sothern (M9) 1:00 P.M. 4--Young Dr. Malone 5--Movie: "Life of Emile Zola," Paul Muni ('37) 7--About Faces, B. Alexander 11--Abbott and Costello 13--The Big Picture 1:30 2--As the World Turns 4--From These Roots 7--The Ray Milland Show 11--Dial 999, Robert Beatty 13--Guidepost to Spanish 2:00 P.M. 2--For Better or Worse, Dr. · James A. Peterson 4--House on High Street 7--Day in Court, H. Simms 11--Paul Coates Show 13--Movie: "Johnny Comes Flying Home," Richard Crane 2:30 2--Art Linkletter House P'ty 4--Split Personality, Tom Poston 7--The Gale Storm Show 9--Mr. and Mrs. North 11--Check It With Chambers 3:00 P.M. 2--The Millionaire 4--Movie: "Accused of Murder," David Brian, Vera Ralston 7--Beat the Clock, B. Collyer 9--Movie: "Tall in (he Saddle," John Wayne 11--Steve Martin's Club 3:30 2--The Verdict Is Yours 7--Who Do You Trust? 4:00 P.M. 2--The Brighter Day 5--Skipper Frank's Cartoons 7--American Bandstand 11--Clutch Cargo; Linkletter and the Kids (4:05) 13--Webster Webf't Cartoons 4:15 2--The Secret Storm 4:30 2--The Edge of Night 11-- TV Reader's Digest 4--Lee Giroux Show (4:40) 5:00 P.M. 2--Burns and Allen 9--Charles Boyer Tele-play 11--Susie, Ann Sothern (5:05) 5:30 2--Movie: "I'm from Missouri," Bob Burns, Gladys George 5--Popeyc, Tom Flatten 7--Rin-Tin-Tin, Lee Aakcr 9--Crisweii Predicts 13--Robin Hood, Rich. Greene 11--People's Choice (5:35) 5:45 !)--John Willis and the News 4--News Almanac (5:55) 6:00 P.M. 4--(Color) News and Sports 6--Bozo the Clown 7--Hemingway; V.'oathpr 9--Cartoon Express 13--Baxter Ward, News 11--Jim Bowie (G:10) 6:15 4--Huntley-Brinkley Report 7--Jhn Daly and the News 13--Goodwin J. Knight; Cal Tinney Sees (6:20) 6:30 4--(Color) Curt Massey Show 5--Clete Roberts Reports 7--West Point 13--Global Zobel: "Wings Over Hong Kong" 6:45 4--(Color) Jack Latham nws 5--The Big Three (News) 11--George Putnam, News 2--Weather Vane (6:55) 7:00 P.M. 2--7 o'Clock Report (news) 4--Rescue 8, Jim Davis 5--Medic, Richard Boone 7--Tales of the Vikings, Jerome Courtland 9--The Little Rascals 11--Huckleberry Hound 13--Treasure; "Lost Door to Never-Never Land" 7:15 2--Douglas Edwards, News 7:30 2--Dick Powell Presents: "Place Full of Strangers" 4--Laramie, John Smith, Claude Akins, Nancy Gates 5--Night Court, Jay Jostyn 7--Sugarfoot, Will Hutdiins 9--Cannonball, Paul Birch 11--The Three Stooges 13--Wanderlust: "Land of the Midnight Sun" 8:00 P.M. 2--The Dennis O'Keefe Show 9--Alex in Wonderland, Alexander King 11--Clark Gable Movies: "Strange Cargo," Joan Crawford, Ian Hunter, Peter Lorre 13--Walter Winchell File: "Country Boy," Jacques Aubuchon 8:30 2--Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Dwayne Hickman 4--(Color) Startime: "The Greatest Man Alive," Ed Wynn, Bert Lahr, Nancy Olson 5--Olympic Boxing: Aissa Hasha vs. Jet Honisby 7--Wyatt Earp, H. O'Brian 3--Movie: "Junior Miss," Peggy Ann Garner 9:00 P.M. 2--Tightrope! Mike Connors 7--Rifleman, Chuck Connors 9--Movie: "Blood on the Moon," Robt. Mitchum, Barbara Bell Geddes 9:30 2--Red Skelton Show w i t h Fabian 4--(Color) Arthur Murray 7--Philip Marlowe, P. Carey 10:00 P.M. 2--The Garry Moore Show, with Andy Griffith, Peggy King 4--M-Squad, Lee Marvin '7--Alcoa Presents: "Who Are You?" Reba Waters .1--George Putnam, News 13--Baxter Ward, News 10:15 1--Paul Coates File 13--Roy Storey's Sports; Cal Tinney Sees (10:20) 10:30 4--Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, D. McGavin 5--Big Three Final (News) 7--Keep Talking .3--The Tom Duggan Show 10:45 9--John Willis and the News 11--Sports, J. Wheeler, 10:50 11:00 P.M. 2--11 o'Clock Report: Fleming, Stout, Stratton 4--(Color) Jack Latham nws 5--The Mike Wallace Show, with Cab Galloway 7--Lew Irwin Reports 9--Martin's Playhouse 1--Movie: "Lady in the Lake," Robert Montgomery 11:15 2--Movie: "The Pied Piper," Monty Woolley 4--The Jack Paar Show 7--Let's Dance, Al Jarvis 11:30 5--Biff Bilker, USA 12 MIDNIGHT 5--Del Moore's Hangout 9--Movie: "Born to Kill," Lawrence Tierney ('47) 3--Movie: "The Scarlet Claw," Basil Rathbone (Holmes) 12:15 7--Movie: "Gambler and the Lady," Dane Clark 1:00 A.M. 2--Da-, id Niven Telcplny: "The Bomb" 4--News; Teleplay (1:05) t Incident Charged SAN JOSE, Costa Rica M! --The newspaper La Nacioni said Monday Iwo unidentified i planes machine-gunned the villages of Santa Cecilia and Las Delicias on the Nicaraguan border Sunday. There were no reports of casualties. Juan Bautista Lacayo, Nicaragua's ambassador, denied the planes were Nicaraguan. He said he had a report that rebels based in Costa Rica had sacked the Nicaraguan village of Orosi. One Nicara- Top Viewing Today 8:30 p.m. COLOR--"Startime" (4). Details below. 8:30 p.m."Doble Glllls" (2). Dobie falls In love with u beautiful and robust young acrobat and her family £ decides to make n muscle man out of him so he can join the act. Francis X. Bushman plays her father. 9:30 p.m. "Red Skelton'Show" (2). Fabian returns for his second guest star appearance and meets San Fernando Red, the great con man. Red decides the world needs more than one Fabian and his pocket needs more money. 10 p.m. "Garry Moore Show" (2). Andy Griffith and Peggy King are the guests who join the regulars to liven up the airlanes. The wonderful year is 1909 with nostalgic melodies of the times. Moore and Co. do a takeoff on a popular TV show. j. by TERRY VERNON Tonight at 8:30 on Channe 4, in COLOR, we gel Ed Wynn, Bert Lahr, Nancy Ol son and Russell Nype in "The Greatest Man Alive." It is the story of an old man, a lonely New York widower, who de cides that after living unno Heed' for 72 years "by golly when I die, I want a little attention." He plans to com mit suicide in such a way as to create headlines. 7 p.m. When a spoiled rich boy crashed his sports car while trying to elude the police, the "Rescue 8" (4) boys are called in to help save him. 7:30 p.m. An escaped Army prisonei and his wife, plus the men who are out to kill him, are all sheltered at the ranch near "Laramie" (4) when a tornado forces them to stop at the house. Things are a little tense, to say the least. "Sugarfoot" (7) sets out to uncover a clever killer whose .'ictims appear to have fallen jrey to wolves. When a friend )ecomes one of the victims, our hero moves into the act ind is himself the target for the killer. When the Sylvania Awards vere handed out, "Startime,' he hour-long COLORcast sponsored on NBC by Ford picked up three of the tro )hies. One award was fo 'Outstanding New Series,' one for the "Outstanding Seri ous Musical Program" (thi Christmas show), and th' :hird for Ingrid Bergman' starring role in "The Turn o :he Screw." Perhaps one reason for this ;reat artistic success is execu ive producer Hubbeli Robin son, a man who gained his ex perience in Hollywood. An other is the nice fat budge that allows the hiring of top alent. 97.9 9B.7 99.5 FM STATIONS KLON B8.1 KDUO 97.5 KXLU IZ_ 88.7 KNOB ,, KPFK 90.7 KCBH _, KUSC 91.5 KHOF . . . _ KFAC 92.3 KWLA 100.3 KNX 93.1 KHJ 101.1 KPOL ' _. 93.9 K U T R 101.9 KRHM 94.7 KFOX 102.3 KABC ,,. 955 KG! A 1035 KRKD ,,!__" 96.3 KBIO _. ,, 104.3 KWIZ ,, ' 96.7 KBCA ' J.'l ' 105.1 KFMU 9/.1 KBMS ' 105.9 FM HIGHLIGHTS Jack Teagarden is spot- ighted on "Dixieland" at 10 .m. on KNOB . . . . "The lound of Music" starring ·lary Martin and Theodore 3ikel on KRHM at 11 ... Steve Allen Monday Nights' n KB1G at 1 p.m., and at 2 t'll be J a c k i e Gleason's Opiate D'Amour" . . . . "The est of Benchley" is played y KPFK at 2:45 p.m. fea- uring the late great humorist some of his monologues . . "A Child's Introduction o Jazz" i s t h e t i t l e f o r Dixieland" on KNOB at 4 .m. starring Bob Kccshan, etter known as "Captain (angaroo" . . . . KUSC a t :30 features Bruno Walter onducting t h e C o l u m b i a ymphony in a performance f Beethoven's "Symphony Jo. 1 in C Major." The music nd sounds of Spain and the iull rings on KRHM at 6 i.m Gordon MacRae nd Lucille Norman star in 3 from "The Vagabond (ing" on KPOL at 6 Mnncy Walker and the origi- al cast of "On the Town" erform for KRHM at 7 Arabian Nights" with Lau- itz Melchior and Helena icott played at 7 on KDUO . . . Alan King, Canadian vriter, has his "The Vanishing Man" produced on KUSC 7:30. It's a psychological nystery tale . . . . Popular lassies are conducted by 'e Melachhno for KPOL t 7:30 . . . . B r u c k n e r ' s Symphony No. 8 in C Minor" nd Gershwin's "Concerto in " with Oscar Levant as lianist, on KDUO at 8 p.m. . . . STEREO at 8:05 on {POL presents Vic Damone . . . "Cool Organ With a lolid Beat" on KB1G at 9 and t 9:30 the spotlight swings o Hugo Winterhalter )scar Peterson plays the Duke Ellington Song Book" n KNOB at 10:30 and at 11 .'s ."Moody Woody" with le Woody Herman band and Charlie Byrd. guan civilian was hurt, ambassador faid. the GAZE DEEPLY INTO MY EYES... having trouble with your automatic transmission?... get into your car ... drive to 3525 Long Beach Blvd.... you will tell them to adjust the transmission .'. . pay only 6.95 ... drive home . . . such smo-o-o-th performance . . . when you awake you'll remember Long Beach Engine Reminders and the fast, efficient service . . . you w i l l c a l l t h e m at GA 4-0407 and thank them ...O.K.,wake up! 8 p.m. A f l e r expressing what ap- )ear to be a series of bad opinions in his newspaper columns, "Dennis O'Keefe" 2) has friends calling atten- ion to his errors. So he reuses to state an opinion on iny subject to complicate hings. 8:30 p.m. "Wyatt Earp" (7) had the reputation of being able to lispatch bad men with skill nit he was a bit to tender leaned when it came to hnn- Jling bad women, as will be ;een tonight. 9 p.m. When a top public official s marked for murder by a anglord, the undercover po- iceman who walks "Tight- ·ope" (2) promises the gang- nrd's girl stardom in exchange for her help in finding out the name of the official. Special guest star of "The Rifleman" (7) is Robert Gulp of "Trackdown" fame. Stnry ias a young stagehand killing wanted desperado but instead of being labeled a hero, inds the townspeople consider him a coward. 9:30 p.m. COLOR--"Arthur Murray 'arty" (4) with the winners of the New York version of he "Harvest Moon Ball" as he headline guests. Mervi Griffin and Judy Johson will e the featured singers. Hired by a millionaire's ex- vife to prove a servant innocent of stealing a diamond, 'Philip Marlowe" (7) encoun- ers a slight case of murder. 10 p.m. A 12-year-old girl miracu- ously recovers from a scarlet ever attack and suddenly be- :omes another girl when "Al- :oa Presents" (7) a baffler. 11 p.m. Cab Galloway, one of the ;reats of the band business, vill talk about his life and Radio Programs , 970 KAIC __ . 440 KM . 710 KIWI ,,,, 740 KNX ..... -- 7N KXU , _.,, MO KIIT . -- VIO KFOX . --1070 KMC . _.._...! 110 _..,,.. 1190 ........1580 .. 1330 KOK ... KWKW KWII . KDAY ... ...1410 ...140 ...tllO AUTO SAFETY starts \v!th a better car. Find yours In Classified under "Autos for Sale" today. Look now. r ofiumfi «· r«ijMflifblflty f«r changes TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1960 7:00 A.M. KFI--Pat Bishop. Ntws BC--Frank Hemingway NX-Worid"NtWi"R ; nduo KGEK--Christ Faith Miss'n KFI-HIt the Road ABC--News; John Trotlcr KNX-Bob Crone Show KGER--Aubrey Let KNX--Fronk 'GOSJ KFI--News; southland KNX--Bob Crone Show KGER-VV. B. Record KABC--Paul Harvey (7:55) 8:00 A.M. News; Hit the Road KABC--Ctlll Enotc, News KNX--Huoh McCoy; Sc'ls KGER--Wilbur Nelson 8:15 KABC--John Troticr KNX--Bob Crane Show KWIPC--Bob Kcllev (8:25) KFI--Pat BIsiiOD Rcuorls KGER--Voice of China KFI--Andy and Virginia KGER--Percy Crawford KABC--Wendell Noble 8:50 9:00 A.M. KABC--Breakfast Club KHJ--Frank Carroll, to 11 CNX-Huoh McCoy, News KGER--Lutheran Hour KNX--Bob Crane Show 9:30 FI--Ladles' Day GER--John Brown Hour 10:00 A.M. KFI--Nws; Swlnuin' Years KABC--John Holbrook r KNX--News; Right to Happiness (10:05) KGCR--Rescue .Mission 10:15 KABC--TcMo-Tes! KNX--Second Mrs. Burton 10:30 KABC--Jim Ameche {to 1) KNX--Young Dr. Malone CGrR--Overcoming Life 10:45 KNX--Ma Perkins KGER--Rev. LeRov Kopp KFI--Emphasis (10:55) 11:00 A.M. KFI--News HJ--winK Marllndale (NX--News KGER-Dr. Louis Tulbot 11:05 KFI--The Swlroln' Years KNX-Whisticrinu streets 11:15 KNX--Couple Next Door 11:30 KNX--Helen Trent CGER -Sunshine Mission KFI--Emphasis (11:40) 11:45 CFI--Pat Bishop, News KNX--Just Entertainment KGER--uan Gilbert 12 NOON !FI--News; Farm Reporter KABC--Paul Harvey 'NX--Huoh McCoy, News -ough the Bible --Hugh R--Thn KABC--Jim AmechB Show KNX-Nolson Mclnlnch KFI--Col. Aarlc. (12:20) KNX--Gurry Moore Show; Funny side UP (12:40) KGER-Dr. Orr. Bible KFI--Ed Hart Show (12:35) 1:00 P.M. KHJ--Paul Comoton (to 3) KNX--A. Jackson, News; Arthur Godfrey (1:05) KGER--Airmail from God KGER--Christian-Jew Hour 1*30 KGER--Heaven Home Hr. KGER--Hcall'h Talk KFI--Emphasis (1:55) 2:00 P.M. KFI-Are You Llstenln'? KABC--Don MacKinnon KNX--News; Arl Llnkletlor KGER--Long Beach Band 2:30 KNX--Phlllo Norman KGER--Georoe McLaln KGER--Garden School 3:00 P.M. KFI--News; Mary HIckox KHJ-Frank Carroll lo 6) KNX--News KGER--Good News, Musi' KNX--CondyHs Grant KGER--Dan Pike Show 3:30 KFI--Dick Sinclair Time 3:45 KABC-Buslness Final KFI--Emphasis (3:55) 4:00 P.M. KFI--News; Dave Shaw KABC--Don MacKinnon KNX--News KFI--II'; Music Time KNX--Condvlls 8, Grant 4:30 KGER--News 4:45 KGER--Charlie Turner KFI--Sports (4:55) KNX--Point of Law (4:55) 5:00 P.M. KFI--It's Music Time KNX--Lowell Thomas; Phil R'ziuto (5:10) KGER--Aubrey Lee KFI--News; S Wenthcr KNX--Carroll Alcolt KABC--Judilh Ldwlon(5:25) 5:30 KFI--Sid Fuller, News KABC--William Wlnlcr KNX--Tom Harmon KGER-Bulldcrs of Fallh 5:45 KFI--Dave Shaw, News KARC--Orval Anderson KNX-Frank Goss; News 6:00 P.M. KFI--Feature Wire KMPC-Bob Kcllev. Sports KABC--Edward P. Morgan KHJ--Paul Compton (to 8) KNX--Sports Storey -- ... KGER- -Hack to the Bible KGER--Texas Tiny (to 5) KFI-- Scully-Hlrsch, Sport) KABC-- John Daly; News ·;NX-- The World Tonight «:30 KFI-- News; Dave Shaw KABC-- Virgil Plnklev KNX-- Bravcn Dyer Show; Masters ol Melody (6:35) KGER-Rev. Al Harlan :45 KFl-- Finance; Weather 7:00 P.M. KNX-- Eric Sevarold, News -- Family Bible Houi KFl--Edllorlair Sid Fuller KABC--Sidney Walton KNX--Amos 'n' Andv 7:15 KFI--Mayor Poulson KABC--W'ld Tomor'w (7:25) KFI-Newsof'lhc World ,NX--D'bl Your Pleasure; Andv Grlffilh; Burns-Allen KGFHR-- Rev. Victor Glenn 7:45 KFI--Rollle Thomas, spls KNX--Bob and Rav 8:00 P.M. KABC--People In the News; Lee Zlmmer, lo 12 KHJ-- MlkCSCCrcst (to II) 8:15 KMX--Thft Is L.A. KGER--A. U. Mlchelson 8:30 KNX--Hidden Rcvolullon: "Economics In Wonderland" KGER--Airmail from God 8:45 KGER--Dan Gllberl KNX--Frosl Warning (8:55) 9:00 P.M. KFI--News; Emohasis; KGER--Abe Schneider 9:30 KGER--Dr. Orr. Blblo 10:00 P.M. KFI--News; The West KNX--Rlchlleld Rcnortcr KGER-Wllbur Nelson 10:15 KFI--Mvron J. BcnncH KNX--Tom Hanlon, Sporls 10:30 I--Just Music, At Poska KNX--PhlltD Norman KGER--Clarence Welch KFI--Art Bok'cr Notebook 11:00 P.M. KFI--News; Snorts Final HJ--News-Wheel KNX--News: Mcrrv-Go- Round (11:10) 11:15 KFI--Crianolno Times 11:30 KFI--Conversation Please KNX-MusIc 'III Dawn 12 MIDNIGHT imes with "Mike Wallace" 5). 11:15 p.m. Guests on "The Jack Paar how" (4) include Cliff Moron, Elsa Maxwell, orintholo- ;ist Dr. Carl Eklund and pun- it Walter Kiernan. SPINNING THE DIAL ART CARNEY will be three ifferent persons on his show f Friday night when he is een in "3-in-l," in COLOR. This has nothing to do with il, despite the title. ART will e seen as a bibulous Irish- nan, as a broken-down English music hall performer, and as an American sailor. This show comprises a trio of one- act plays and shows CARNEY's great versatility as an actor . . . DONALD M. HINE, program manager of KNXT, has resigned his post as of M a r c h 1 to join JACK KRAMER's tennis champions. HINE has been with KNXT- Prisoners' Wolf Whistles to Halt DORCHESTER, N. B. (/PI- lias for 12 years . three former NBC javelin throwers working on series now. MIKE LANDON, of "Bonanza," ex-USC; BOB MATHIAS of "Troubleshooters," famed Olympic Games de- calhlon champ, and JODY McCREA of "Wichita Town," who tossed the javelin at UCLA and became the first going to cost. $1,500 to off the wolf whistles It's cut prisoners at Westmorland County Jail have been directing at the girls. The Municipal Council, plagued with complaints about the whistling, voted to build a high, solid fence around the jail exercise yard. Stanford . . VICE Bruin to defeat a man in the contest . ADM. HYMAN G. RICK- OVER, father of our atomic submarine program, and DR. PAUL D U D L E Y WHITE, America's leading heart expert, will both "Meet Press" soon in separate appearances . . . 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