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C.I2-INDEPENDENT Lwf MK!I. etui., fti., p»b (AMI !f. i«» PRESS-TELE6RAM (PM) TELEVISION LOG- An * indicates B-W. Other shows in color. KNXT Channel! KAIC Chamwl? KCOP Ckww.113 KNIC CI«M«H KHJ Channel f KWHY Ck«Ml 22 KHA CkaitMlS KTTV Ckwiwl 11 XCET dwmwl2l KMEX CkoHiwI 34 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1969 ·if PAID ADVERTISEMENT 6:30 2 Literature of England 4 Women As People: "Summary" 11 'Geography Program 6:45 7 Nixon Meets deGau!lo (live, hy satellite) 7:00 A.M. 2 Biolopical Revolution 4 Today, Edwin Newman, Leonard Schwartz, feature on postponed Apollo 9 7 Exercise with Gloria 11 Mr. Wishbone Show 13 Felix the Cat 7:30 9 It Is Written (relig.) 11 The Flintstones 13 Hobo Kelly Show (R) 8:00 A.M. 2 Captain Kangaroo 9 The Big Babysitter 11 Mighty Mouse Show 8:30 5 Cartoon Time 11 The Popcye Show 13 Winky-Giimby Show 9:00 A.M. 2 l.ury Show, L. Ball 4 Snap Judgment 5 'Leave It to Beaver 7 'Movie: "The Lady Gambles," Barbara Stanwyck, Robert Preston ('49) 9 "The Real McCoys 11 Jack LaLanne Show 13 Rocky His Friends 9:30 2 The Beverly Hillbillies 4 Concentra'n Clayton 5 *Movie: "Frieda," Glynis Johns, David Farrar (Br.-'48) 9 'Marshal Dillon 11 *Dennis the Menace 13 *News Parade 9:45 13 'Spanish II and I 10:00 A.M. 2 'Andy Griffith Show 4 j Personality, Larry ~', Blyden, Ethel Merman 9; "Movie: "Life Upside ; Down," Charles Denner li.Truth or Consequences ; : 10:15 13',.*Mr. Merchandising h 10:30 2- *Dick Van Dyke Show 4"Hollywood Squares 11 From the Inside--Out 13J *Robin Hood C 10:45 7 Nixon in Europe f- 11:00 A.M. 2.The Love of Life 4- Jeopardy, Art Fleming 7 Galloping Gourmet: " "Eggs Mayonnaise" 11 Sheriff John, Lunch 13 The Romper Room 11:30 2 Search for Tomorrow 4 Eye Guess, B. Cullen .7 Anniversary Game 13 America! "Nevada" :' 11:45 5 Johnny Grant Show 9 Doug Dudley, News ! 12 NOON 2 Boutique, Steve Dunne, r -. Mike Roy, LAPD's ·; Angela Cimino 4 Hidden Faces (serial) 5 Cartoon Time 7 *Bewitched . 8 Tempo, Roy Elwell, | Bob Dornan, Richard' £. Dawson (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: "Glory at Sea," Trevor Howard 13 Diaiing for Dollars 1:00 P.M. 2 Love Is a Many- Splendored Thing 4 The Doctors (serial) 5 'National Velvet 7 Dream House (game) ::30 2'The Guiding Light 4 Another World (serial) 5 *Dobie Gillis 7 Let's Make a Deal 13 World Adventure: · "Antarctic" 2:00 P.M. 2 The Secret Storm 4 You Don't Say! 5 "Love That Bob! 7 The Newlywed Game 11 * Movie: "Missing Corpse," Frank Jenks 13 "Movie: "Rossiter Case," Stanley Baker 2:30 2 The Edge of Night 4 The Match Game 5. "Father Knows Best 7 The Dating Game 3:00 P.M. 2 The Linkletter Show, Jackie Joseph, Sammy King 4 PDQ, Dennis James 5 "Highway Patrol 7 General Hospital 13 Felix the Cat 28 *Cancion de Raza (R) J 3:15 9 Ted Meyers, News 3:30 2 Lucky Pair, Geoff Edwards, Dawn Wells 4 Mike Douglas Show, Buddy Greco, .Rosey Grier on involvement 5 Divorce Court 7 One Life to Live 9 "Movie: "Charlie Chan at Treasure Island," Sidney Toler )1 '.My Favorite Martian 13 Hobo Kelly Show 4:00 P.M. 2 Movie: "The Crowded Sky," Dana Andrews, Rhonda Fleming ('60). 5 "Oxzie and Harriet 7 Dark Shadows (serial) 11 Pay Cards! Art James 4:30 5 Please Don't Eat the Daisies (final) 7 Bill Bonds, News 11 George Putnam. News 13 Bozo's Big Top 5:00 P.M. 4 KNBC Newservice 5 Dick Carton, 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, Milton Sel/er 11 Donald O'Connor, Pamela Mason, Marni Nixon. Frankie Randall 1."! Gilligan's Island 28 Misterogers Neighbors 6:00 P.M. 2 Big News, J. Dunphy 4 Huntley . Brinkley (full hour today) 5 Steve Allen Show, 01 to Preminger, Susan SLrasberg, Marty Allen 7 THE 6 O'CLOCK MOVIE * "NO ROOM FOR THE OROOM"--TONY CURTISI Piper Laurie ('52) 9 1 Spy, Robert Culp, Bill Cosby. Madman plans sabotage in hydro-electric plan. 13 Batman, Adam West, Frank Gorshin 28 'What's New: Lapland 6:30 13 Voyage to Bottom of Sea, Richard Basehart 28 'Absurd Arts: "Absurdity of Silent Films." 7:00 P.M. 2 Harry Reasoner 4 KNBC Newservice 9 What's My Line? 11 Password, A. Ludden 28 'Wonderful World of Children: "Words" 7:30 2 President Nixon in /.Paris, Peter Kalischer Recap of Nixon's day in the French capital, and his meeting with President Charles de Gaulle. 4 High Chaparral, Leif Erickson, John Dehner, Jerry Daniels, Christopher Dark. John takes the law into his own hands and fires a dishonest Indian agent who's been mistreating Apaches on reservation. 5 Across 7 Seas: "Honeymoon at Sea" 7 This Is Tom Jones. Guests are Dick Cavett, Terry-Thomas, the Fifth Dimension, English singer Sandie Shaw 9 *Movie: "King of Roaring '20s," David Janssen, Mickey Rooney ('61) 11 Truth or Consequences. 13 "Perry Mason, Burr 28 'Cancion de Raza (R) 8:00 P.M. 5'Pacific 8 Basketball: UCLA at Stanford (live), Dick Enberg 11 Pacific 8 Basketball: USC at California (Berkeley), Tom Kelly 28 'Rainbow Quest, Pete Seeger (R), Paul Cadwell, Mississippi John Hurt, Hedy West 8:30 2 Corner Pyle, USMC, Jim Nabors, Frank Sutton, Barbara Stuart. It's Bunny's cat which is ailing, but Gomer thinks Carter is dying. 4 Name of the Game: "A Wrath of Angels," Robert Stack, R.'cardo Montalban, Edwa'd Andrews, John Kerr, Ben Murphy, David Sheiner. A priest faces death threats when he tries to force crime syndicate landlord to clean up the slum buildings they own. 7 Generation Gap, Dennis Wholey (game show) 13 Beat the Odds, Johnny Gilberg (game show) 40 Tele-Revista Musical, with films of Pope's visit to Bogota 9:00 P.M. 2 Movie: "Glass Bottom Boat," Doris Day, Rod Taylor, Arthur Godfrey ('66). Hilarious counterespionage in a spacecraft plant. 7 Let's Make a Deal, Monty Hall (game) 13 What's Pornography? Bill Burrud and guests. Discussion of where and how lo draw tha Carl 'Judd 9 Betz Suffering From the Mid-Season Blues I'KRKINS by John Milet EDITOR'S NOTE -- It's mid-season time on television, waiting time. Waiting for network executives to decide if the show will be renewed or scrapped for a new vision of success. It's nothing new for Carl Bctz, star of "Judd for the Defense," wlio has played the waiting game before, with the same show. By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK -- The poet of Kcclesiastes sang philosophically about "a season and a time to every purpose under the heavens." But the men and women who live by a later-day invention, television, have found that something new has been added and it is called "mid-season." For many of them, there is a time lo dangle. An ad.or named Carl Betz, whose employment record is the envy of his peer group, is currently going through his second actor-in-aspic period in two years. The star of the series "Judd for the Defense," Betz is awaiting the decision of ABC network program executives whether to renew the Friday night series for a third season or whether to root it out of the schedule at the end of next summer's reruns. * * * * THUS, SINCE the first of the year, wheri the last of 1969's hatch of 24 shows was completed, Betz has been on a quasi-holiday -- plenty of time for such activities as sun-bathing at Acapulco, making personal a p p e a r a n c e s around the country, working with architects, builders and interior decorators on the remodeling plans for his recently-purchased Santa Monica home. And for w o r r y i n g about "Judd." All he wants now is to know whether, come spring, he will, again plunge into the seven- day-a-week grind playing a flamboyant Houston lawyer in a courtroom series or will he be scurry- ing around investigating film or stage offers. "Last year, we didn't get the word until about the middle of March," Betx recalls. "We frankly didn't know whether we'd be renewed. This year, we're more hopeful -- and of course we'd all like that third year very much because that makes all the difference when a series goes into syndication." "Judd for the Defense," however, has had a ragged career in the critical Nielsen ratings. While it has received generally good critical notices, it has started two successive Septembers with failing grades in the vital Nielsen averages. But this has occurred primarily because it has been opposite CBS' Friday night movies. For the first few months of each season the ABC series was thrown against the second half of a series of; star-studderl powerhouse film features that attracted the lion's share of audiences. * * * » PREVIOUS experience showed, however, that after mid-season, when the lesser movies and the turkeys turned up or when film runs a p p e a r e d , "Judd" suddenly became healthy and started climbing the ratings ladder, sometimes as high as the top 10 or 20. The mid-January Niel- sens, however, have not shown much evidence of this spontaneous improvement although some cautious ABC executives still believe the odds for the series' survival at 3-to-l. "I just don't believe the ratings," Betz fumed recently over a bacon-and- eggs breakfast. "An awful lot of people see tha show. I just can't walk around in a city like New York without a lot of people coming up with their joke--'Hey, do you want to take my case?'--and taxi drivers and truck drivers leaning out to yell 'Hi, Judd'." Belz, however, has such a solid background as a performer that future em- TO! 3 ·VIEWI3STO- NIXON IN PARIS. Ch. 4 covers the Presidents meeting with DeGaulle in the expanded Huntley-Brinkley report starting at 6 p.m.; Ch. 7 at.6:30 p.m. and Ch. 2 pre-empts "Wild Wild West"'at 7:30 p.m. for coverage of the event. 9 P.M. -- WHAT'S PORNOGRAPHY? Bill Burrud talks with guests from the theater world, the District Attorney's office and others about the line between art and pornography; Ch. 13. line hetween art and pornography, and hnw far to carry "free expression". 28 'Speculation, Keith Berwick, with pop poster artist Peter Max 9:30 7 Guns of Will Sojinetf · Walter Brennan, Dack Rambo, Jason Evers, Eddie Firestone, Phillip Pine. Jim Sonnett is witness to a shooting, and the killer plans a trap should he testify. 9 Ted Meyers, News 10:00 P.M. 4 Star Trek, William Shatner, Leonard is'i- moy, Jeff Corey. On an emergency mission to stop a plague, the Enterprise gets involved in a rebellion of slaves against their masters. 5 Dick Carton, News 7 Judd for Defense, Carl Betz, Paul Henreid, Joanna Barnes, Charles Grodin. A foreign-born importer, who distrusts all governments, is charged with being an international smuggler. 3 'Marshal Dillon 11 George Putnam, News 13 That Show, Joan Rivers, Abe Burrows 28 *RD Review, Dr. Hibbs: "Vertical Take-Off Aircraft" Our next chapler in aviation. 10:30 D * Movie: "Young Doctors," Fredric March, Ben Gazznra ('61) 13 Bill Johns, News 11:00 P.M. 2 11 o'clock Report 4 Tom Brokaw, News 5 Alfred Hitchcock 7 Bill Bonds, News 11 Liars Club, Rod Serling 13 Movie: "Elephant Gun," Belinda Lee 11:30 2 Movie: "Unguarded Moment," Esther Williams, John Saxon 4 Tonight, Johnny Carson (Burbank), Barbara McNair, Carl Reiner, Jill St. John, Tony Curtis, Shango 5 Movie: "Typhoon," Dorothy Lamour ('4(1) T The 'OEY BISHOP SHOW -A- THE BEACH BOYS sing Their New CAPITOL hit "I CAN HEAR MUSIC" also Shelley Herman, Laurie Kazan, Richard Crcnna II *I Love Lucy, L'. Ball 12 MIDNIGHT 11 "77 Sunset Strip 12:30 9 "Movie: "Caged Fury," Buster Crabbe 13 "Movie: "Miranda," Glynis Johns, Margaret Rutherford (Br.-'48) 1:00 A.M. 4 KNBC Newservice 5 'Movie: "Big Wave," Sessue Hayakawa ('61) 7 The Late Report ! 1 From the Inside--Out 1:15 2 *Movic: "Legend of Tom Doolcy," Michael Landon ('5!)) 1:30 11 'Movies: "Pimpernel Smith," "John Loves Mary" and "Park Row" ployment should pose no great problems. * * * * HE GOT hooked on acting during his high school days in Pittsburgh, Pa., and upon graduation joined a summer slock company. His college studies -- Duquesne and Carnegie Tech--were interrupted by World War II service, and later, after a year as a Pittsburgh radio announcer and disc jockey, he moved to New York for the action. After 18 months in the CBS soap opera, "Love of Life," Carl quit to go to Denver where for two years he was a memb-.r of the slock company of E1 i t c h 's Gardens--"the greatest experience for an actor." Then it was on to Hollywood for movies and eight profitable years when he was playing Dr. Alex Slone in "The Donna Reed Show." Then, in 1964--still playing Dr. Stone by day--he appeared in a Los Angeles production of "Night of the Iguana," and there so impressed Paul Monash that when the "Peyton Place" producer was casting "Judd," he chose him for the role. "Judd," he said with real pride, has tackled some delicate, controversial subjects and he listed police brutality, sexual perversion, black-white confrontation and heart transplants among them, as well as abortion, adultery and narcotics traffic which have recently be- came standard cops-and- courtroom fare. ¥ * * * IF "JUDD" is forcibly retired, what next for Ret?.? "The series has matle a lot of difference to me as an actor," he said. "It has established me, it has made a difference financially--after all. once an nclor has something substantial behind him he isn't forced to take anything that comes along just, to keep money coming in. So I can make some choices -- Broadway, films, television. I like to keep working." L.A. Candidate for Mayor Cites Cabinet Plan l.OS ANGELES /P) -.lack Rourkc said Thursday that if he's elected mayor he will appoint a 12-member cabinet. "The cabinet would be purely advisory and would have no specific powers at this time," Rourkc told a news conference. Rourkc, a television producer and one of 13 ' candidates in the April 1 primary, said his cabinet departments would be commerce and business, transportation, labor, public works, police, city attorney, zoning, housing and urban development, health, education and welfare; air and water pollution, human relatioons and communications. KM HIGHLIGHTS Kitchen Korner, 9 a.m., KTBT . . . Morning for Moderns, 10 a.m., KBIG . . . 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