Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 99
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 99

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
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SUNDAY 8:00 A.M. 2 Lamp Unto My Feet: "The Gospel Truth," examination of New Testament in light of Dead Sea Scrolls. 4 Sgt. Preston of the Yukon 5 In God We Trust 8:30 2 Look Up and Live: "The . Police," lampooning the absurdities of totalitarian state. 4 Allen Lane Western: ·Thundering Caravans" 5 Herald of Truth 7 Rocky and His Friends 9 Rev. Oral Roberts 1) Ramar of the Jungle 13 The Christophers: "Encourage Young People to Write," James Daly 9:00 A. M. 2 Camera Three: 'The Chance to Grow" progressive education) 5 The Adventist Hour 7 Dob Livingston Western: 9 Movie: "Tall in the Saddle," John Wayne, Ella Raines ('44). Woman- hating cowboy takes over as foreman for women ranchers. 11 Grand Ole Opry. From Nashville, Tenn. 13 Hispanorama 9:25 2 Harry Reasoner, News 9:30 2 Flays of Shakespeare: "Othello" 4 Teleplay: "Tomorrow We'll Love," Larry Parks, Nicole Maurey 11 Open House, Roy Acuff 10:00 A.M. 2 Light of Faith (Presby.) 4 This Is the Life: "More Than a Star" 5 Home Buyers Guide, tours home of Jayne Mansfield 7 Sunset Carson Western: 11 Grand Ole Opry 13 Code 3: "Harbor Incident" 10:23 8 Baseball (see sports box) 10:30 2 Learning '61: "The Apparel Trades" 4 Frontiers of Faith: "Does Science Threaten Belief in God?" B (Color) Movie: "Rage at Dawn," Randolph Scott, Forrest Tucker, Mala Powers ('55). Reno gang. 11 Open House, Roy Acuff 13 Faith for Today 11:00 A.M. 2 L.A. Report, G. Holcomb 4 The Big Picture: "Role of Armor" 5 Movie: "D.O.A.," Edmond O'Brien Pamela Britton ('49) 7 Don Barry Western: "Missouri Outlaw" 10 Baseball (see sports box) 11 Great Churches: Hollywood Beverly Christian 13 Church in the Home 11:30 2 The International Hour "Folk Songs of Japan," traditional songs and dances, 8 from northern Japan, 10 from the south. 4 Movie: "Man from Colorado," Glenn Ford, Wm. Holden, Ellen Drew 12:00 NOON 7 770 on TV, L. Shane 9 Movie: "New York Confidential," Broderick Crawford, Anne Bancroft, Richard Conte ('55) 11 Movie: "Lancer Spy," Dolores Del Rio, George Sanders ('37) 13 Rev. Oral Roberts 12:30 2 Movie: "The Great Victor Herbert," Allan Jones, Mary Martin/Waiter Connolly ('39). Biography of the composer, with 28 of his s6r(gs. · ' *' ·"' · · ' · · 5 Gardena Auction .Center · -*' 2 Big Story, B..Meredith 13 GbspeV of Christ 1:00 P. M. 4 Teleplay: "Showdown at San Pablo," Joseph Gotten 5 Movie: "Chad Hannah," Henry Fonda, Dorothy Lamour ('40) 7-Christian Science Heals 13 Voice of Calvary 1:15 7 Public Service Film 1:30 4 (Color) Existence (agric.) Kenneth Smoyer: "California's Growing Oil" 7 Message of the Master 11 Dan Smoot Reports: "Invisible Gov't" (pt. 2) 13 Cal's Corral. Six Western bands (lo 4:30) 1:45 11 Builders Showcase. Tour of 9 model homes. 2:00 P. M. 2 Movie: "Red Stallion," Robert Paige. Boy and a · horse. 4 Spotlight on Opera, Prof. Jan Popper: "Verdi" (2) 7 Rough Riders, K. Taylor 9 Movie: "Seven Guns to Mesa," Lola Albright, Charles Quinlivan ('58) 2:15 11 Movie: "Stock Car," Paul Carpenter, Rona Anderson 2:30 4 (Color) College Report "Backstage Theatre," Pepperdine College. Activities in staging a production. 5 Champ'nship Races, Dick Lane (Western Raceway) 7 Eichmann on Trial. Weekly report of trial. 3:00 P. M. 4 Your Man in Washington: Art Barnault 7 Issues and Answers (see box) 3:15 4 (Color) Davey and Golinlh (animated relig. film.): "The Winner" 3:30 2 The Touch of Fame: Horace L. Mencken 4 Movie: "Renegades," lyn Keyes, Willard Parker, Larry Parks 7 Movie: "Fingerprints Don't Lie," Richard Travis 9 Movie: "Deadline at Dawn," Bill Williams, Susan Hayward, Paul Lucas ('46). Whodunit. 11 Movie: "Money Madness," Mugh Beaumont, Frances Rafferty. 4:00 P. M. 2 American Musical Th'tr: "Role of Composer, Orchestrator" 4:30 2 TV Journal, Maury Green 7 Rocky and His Friends 13 Social Security in Action 4:45 13 Industry on Parade 5:00 P. M. 2 Accent, James Fleming "C. P. Snow's Cambridge." The noted British author- scientist, Sir Charles Percy Snow, is interviewed at Cambridge University. ' 4 Official Report: MR-3 (see box) 5 The Caiifornians 7 Matty's Funday Funnies 9 Movie: "Highways by Night," Richard Carlson ('43) II Territory, Underwater: Camping on Catalina. 13 Robin Hood, R. Greene 5:30 2 Ted Mack and the Original Amateur Hour. 4 This Is NBC News.-Edwin Newman 5 "Sunday Cartoons 7 Intertel: "The Quiet War." Repeat of the July 8 opener on the conflict in South Viet-Nam. Dr. Frank C. Baxter is host. 11 Movie: "New Moon," Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy, Mary Boland ·· ('39).' Sigmund Rombei-g ; ; . pperetta of marriage of _ . . .convenience.. · · ISSUES AND ANSWERS-Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn looks back on 48 years in the House, comparing years of crises, giving his opinions of Presidents from Taft to Kennedy. It's at 3 p.m. on channel T. OFFICIAL REPORT: MR-3 --Color film report of astronaut Shepard's historic space flight, including conversations and missile sounds. Frank McGee narrates, at 5 p.m. on channel 4. CITY AT NIGHT -- Bill Stout visits L. A.'s 3-year-old Suicide Prevention center. Psychologists with USC and the V.A. trace a typical case. It's at 7:30 p.m. on channel 5. 13 Press and the Clergy: "Freedom Riders" 6:00 P. M. 13 Press and the Clergy 2 1 Love Lucy, Lucille Ball. In London, Lucy meets the Queen. 4 (Color) Meet the Press: Mohammed Ayub Khan, president of Pakistan, is guest. 5 Invisible Man: "Decoy" 33 Newsroom, Don Rose, Prof. Harold Fishman 6:!5 9 Post Time at Hollywood Park, Bill Brundige 6:30 2 The 20th Century, Walter Cronkite: "LaGuardia" (repeat). Story of tubby and turbulent mayor 4 World Artist Concert Series: Dimitri Mitropou- los with N.Y. Philharmonic; Elen Dosia, Eugene Conley 5 Polka Parade, D. Sinclair 7 Walt Disney Presents: "A Holster Full of Law," Tom Tryon as Texas John Slaughter. Slaughter is named Tombstone sheriff to go after outlaw Billy Soto. 9 Championship Bowling: Alison vs. Savas 13 Magic Keys to Success: "Stop Cheating Yourself" 7:00 P. M. 2 Lassie, Jon Provost (repeat). Retired Army mule goes berserk, 4 (Color) Shirley Temple Show (repeat): "Two for the Road," Richard Eyer, Robert Emhardt. Hitchhiking youngsters get mixed up with foreign agents in Mexico. 33 Bitter End, Don Rose 7:30 2 Dennis the Menace, Jay North (repeat). Mr. Wilson takes Dennis and 5 friends to mountain camp. 5 City at Night, Bill Stout (see box) 7 Maverick, Roger Moore (repeat). Beau fights Mexican bandits and Apaches lo find lost gold mine. 9 Movie: "Plunder of the Sun," Glenn Ford, Diana Lynn, Patricia Medina ('53). American in Mexico gels involved in murder and buried treasure. 11 Movie: "Today We Live," Joan Crawford, Gary Cooper, Franchot Tone ('32). William Faulkner war story. 8:00 P. M. 2 The Ed Sullivan Show: Danny Thomas, Mickey Rooney, the McGuire Sisters, Bob Newhart, Earl Grant, Joey Forman, the Kane Triplets and Joselito in sequences from two shows presented earlier this season.- 4 National .Velvet, Lori Martin (repeat). Woman tries lo have King'declared a public menace. 13 Lindy Theatre, Sidney Linden and guest stars. 8:30 4 The Tab Hunter Show (repeat) Paul is attracted to girl in Spain, Who proves to be matador. 5 Movie: "If I'm Lucky," Perry Como, Vivian Blaine Phil Silvers ('46). Crooner runs for governor. 7 The Lawman, John Russell (repeat). Girl guns for Deputy McKay. 9:00 P. M. 2 G-E Theatre (repeat): "The Legend That Walks Like a Man," Ernest Borg- ninc, Zsa Zsa Gabor. Budd Schulbcrg's behind-the- scenes drama of Hollywood, with a has-been director and his explosive ex-wife. 4 (Color) Sunday Mystery Hour: "Murder Me Nicely," Everett Sloane, Mark Goddard, Sylvia Field. Hopelessly ailing teacher threatens to flunk student if the youth refuses to kill him (repeat). 7 The Rebel, Nick Adams (repeat). Girl is being forced into marriage against her will. 13 Fishing and Fun in Paradise, Tom Malone 9:30 2 Holiday Lodge, Wayne Shuster. Johnny (Wayne) knocks out champion boxer training at the lodge. 7 The Asphalt Jungle, Jack Warden (repeat). Policeman finds old friend involved in theft of travelers checks. 9 Kingdom of the Sea: "Iceberg Patrol" 11 Open End, David Susskind "The Recession." Discussion features officials from three states with marked unemployment (Mass., Ky., III.), an unemployed worker, former Sec. of Labor James P. Mitchell and Arthur Burns, pres., National Bureau of Economic Research. 33 Business Opportunities, Jack Rourke (shift from channel 5). 10:00 P. M. 2 Candid Camera, Arthur Godfrey (repeat). Vivian Vance plays hosiery salesgirl, and bakery cuslomer who samples rum cake. 4 Loretta Young Th'tr. "Conditional Surrender," Miss Young, John Newland. Wife struggles when husband asks for his freedom (repeat) 5 Playboy's Penthouse, Hugh Hefner with Monique Van Vooren, Larry Kent, Bob Newhart, Josh White 9 I Led Three Lives, Richard Carlson. 13 Newsroom, Don Rose, Prof. Harold Fishman 10:30 2 What's My Line, J. Daly Abe Burrows is guest panelist (taped) 4 This Is Your Life, Ralph Edwards (repeat): Singer Connie Francis 7 Editor's Choice. Jules Bergman discusses and demonstrates a new camera weapon against heart disease. 9 Movie: "Life Boat,'' Ta- Itillah Bankhead, Wm. Bendix, Walter Slezak -('44). Hitchcock direction, Steinbeck story. 11:00 P. M. 2 News Special, G. Holcomb 4' Bob Wright, News 5 Olympic. Wrestling (see sports box) 7 Lew Irwin Reports 13 Lloyd Taxton Show ·-· · ·- I l i l S · ^ ' ··-. - · '. 2' M3 vleWSf t'Srige Intruder*'/' Edmund Purdom, Ida Lu- MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, 10:25 a.m. on channel 8 (San Diego), has Dizzy Dean with the Twins-Indians game from Cleveland's Municipal Stadium (blacked out on channel 2). MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL, 11 a.m. on channel 10 (San Diego), has Lindsey Nelson with the Yankees-Orioles game from Baltimore's Memorial Stadium (blacked out on channel 4). OLYMPIC WRESTLING, 11 p.m. on channel G. Tapes of last Wednesday's card including the Mr. Moto - Samson Berg main event. pino. Soldier tries to keep promise to dying buddy. 4 The Changing Times 7 Rosemary Clooney Show Guest: Jose Ferrer 11:30 4 (Color) Movie: 'The Black Tent," Donald Sinden, Andre Morel!, Anthony Steel (Br.) 1:00 A.M. 2 Movie: "Who Done It?" Benny Hill, Belinda Lee (Br.) Ex-rink sweeper impersonates inventor. First run. Quiz Shows (Continued from Page 3) four finally are picked. The Bailey show travels, so i t could practically come to your doorstep. * * * * "CONCENTRATION" is it different kettle of fish. You apply, just as though you're looking for a job. There's a quiz, just to see if you can solve a picture and word puzzle. And then there are personal interviews. What factor decides whether you'll make it on any of these shows? Well, some of them like to get expectant mothers, so expectant there's an element of suspense. Others go for people of foreign birth, but not with heavy accents, unless it is British. Off-beat occupations have a particular lure. It helps if you're attractive, "not good-looking, but looking good, since we don't want beauty queens and matinee idols." » t - * YOU ALSO have to be an outgoing type, unlikely to clam up in front of the camera. If you want to try, the next time you're bound to New York or Hollywood, write the networks for tickets. Write long in advance. Maybe the show will pick you. But it won't if you've been on any other similar show in the last three years. While no one has reduced contestmanship to a science, it would seem that the cinch contestant Would be a British-born resident of Pcoria who won a baby contest, has three children, is pregnant, has a hobby of straightening hairpins, likes to work puzzles, has a husband with pneumonia, and needs a place ,to liye Because the,5jOMse just 'Good ]UCK/

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