Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 105
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 105

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
Page 105
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I I WEDNESDAY 6:15 2 Austin Green 4 Morning Farm Report 6:30 2 Social Frontier (USC) 4 The Next Hundred Years 7:00 A.M. 2 Capt. Kangaroo: Telephone 4 Today, John Chancellor 7:45 2 News, Maury Green 9 Cartoonsville--A.M. 8:00 A. M. 2 Panorama Pacific, R. Rowe Show originates from forecourt and is devoted to camping, homecraft, and sports. 7 Chucko's Cartoons 8:30 5 Ding Dong School 9 George O'Brien Western: "Border G-Men" ('38) 9:00 A.M. 2 I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball ·1 Say When. Art James 5 The Jack LaLanne Show 7 I Married Joan, J. Davis 11 Adventures in Spanish 9:30 2 Video Village, Monty Hall 4 (Color) Play Your Hunch 5 Romper Room 7 It's a Great Life 9 Movie: "Yes, My Darling Daughter," Jeffrey I.ynn, Priscilla Lane, Roland Young, Fay Bainter ('39) 11 Yoga for Health 10:00 A.M. 2 Dbl. Exposure, S. Dunne 4 (Color) The Price Is Right 7 The Ray Milland Show 11 Movie; "Married Bachelor," Robert Young, Ruth Hussey, Lee Bowman ('41). Married man poses as bachelor and likes it. 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 Movie: "13th Guest," Ginger Rogers, Lyle Talbot ('32) 7 The Gale Storm Show Guest: Evelyn Rudie 9 Child's First Years: "Childless Couple" Y REPAIRS WRrTTEN'GUARANTEE _Aia^WORK ilTEMIZED Fair Prices-- Honest Repairs l^ iVESICAh TV. EST IS r R S GA 2-0303 HA 10846 · FA 8-9020 MYSTERY THEATRE -Three of Britain's top stars head the hour tonight. Ronald Howard (son of Leslie), Rona Anderson and Dermot Walsh star in the tale of a fur-smuggling ring, and a fur dealer who wants out of the ueal when anthrax lesions are found in the pelts. It's at 9 p.m. on channel 4. CIRCLE THEATRE -- The 16-year-old murder of a Florida sheriff is solved by his determined son who grows up to turn sheriff himself and avenge his father's killing. Sheriff Ray Wilson, whose story is told, is a special guest. It's a repeal, at 10 p.m., on channel 2. 11:30 2 Search for Tomorrow 4 (Color) It Could Be You 7 Love That Bob! 9 Movie: "Born to Kill," Lawrence Tierney, Claire Trevor, Walter Slezak ('47) 11:45 2 The Guiding Light 4 Ray Scherer, News (11:55) 12:00 NOON 2 Grant Holcomb, News: Burns and Allen (12:05) 4 (Color) Jan Murray Show 5 The Mike Wallace Show with Jolie Gabor 7 Camouflage, Don Morrow 11 Sheriff John, John Rovick 12:30 2 As the World Turns 4 Loretta Young Theatre: "Inga," Miss Young 5 The Chef Milani Show 7 Number Please, B. Collyer 1:00 P.M. 2 Face the Facts, Red Rowe 4 Young Dr. Malone 5 Movie: "Sentimental .lournftv." John Pavne. Maureen O'Hara ('46)' 7 The Pioneers 9 Champ. Bowling Re-Runs 11 Topper, Leo G. Carroll 1:15 13 Public Service Film 1:30 2 Ait Linkletter House P'ty with fencing champions 4 From These Roots . 7 Men of Annapolis 11 Gateway to Glamour, Jocelyn Ryan. Premiere. 13 The Lloyd Thaxton Show 2:00 P. M. 2 The Millionaire 4 Make Room ror Daddy Guest: Milton Berle 7 Day in Court: Suit for injuries. 9 Movie: "Payment on Demand," Bette Davis, Barry Sullivan ('51). Ruthless, ambitious wife. 11 The Paul Coates Show CAN YOU SWIM? IF NOT WE CAN TEACH YOU! ENROLL NOW! CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY JULY 17-TUESDAY JULY 18 · Children Adult Classes · Day »nd Evening Classes · Heated Pool · Instruction by Age Group · Private or Class Lessons · Recreational Swimming THIS IS OUR JTH Y E A R -- F A M I L Y PLAN AVAILABLE tf 01 ' · · ' · · ·'.,ViWVV»V-·*«·· V*· · 13 The Judith Parker Show ; ·:·:' , .2:30, , - ' · . . ; , - . . 2 The'Verdict Is Yours 4 Here's Hollywood, Dean Miller: Gypsy Rose Lee on getting rich; Dean Stockwell on private life. 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: "Front Page Father," Charles Bickford 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 Edge of Night 4 News; Highway Holidays (3:40): Sequoia and British Columbia. 5 Debbie Drake (exercises) 7 Who Do You Trust? 11 Your Better 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 Guests: The Edsels, Al Martino 9 What's News? Frank Carroll 11 3 Stooges, Don Lamond 13 It's Chris (art for children), E. de Christopher 4:10 4 Movie: "Tonight at 8:30," Kay Walsh, Stanley Holloway, Valerie Hobson, Nigel Patrick (Br.-'52). Trio ofNoeiCoward plays. 4:30 2 Life of Riley, Wm. Bendix 9 Cartoonsville--P.M., Perry Allen 13 Wink Martindale (POP) 5:00 P.M. 2 Movie: "Adventures of Casanova," Arturo de Cordova, Lucille Bremer, Turhan Bey. Rebellion in 18th Century Sicily. 5 Popeye, Tom Hatten 7 The Soupy Sales Show 9 (Color) Movie: "Bwana Devil," Robert Stack, Barbara Britton, Nigel Bruce ('53) 11 Superman, George Reeve* 5:30 7 The Lone Ranger Freedom of press upheld. 11 Sheriff of Cochise 13 True Adventure, B. Burrud "Colorado's Raging Rapids" 6:00 P. M. 4 (Color) News and Sp . s 5 Bozo the Clown 7 Ed Fleming, News 11 Broken Arrow. J. Lupton 13 Baxter Ward, News 6:15 4 Huntley-Brinkley Report 7 ABC Evening Report 9 John Willis and the New« 13 Goodwin J. Knight 6:30 2 Dunphy-Stratton Report 4 (Color) Curt Massey Show 5 Clete Roberts Reports 7 The Honeymooners 9 Cartoon Express 11 Dick Tracy; Weather Eyes 13 Hold the Phone! G. DeWitt 6:45 2 Douglas Edwards, News 4 (Color) Jack Latham Newi 5 The Big Three (news) 11 George Putnam, News i 7:00 P. M. 2 The Third Man, Michael Rennie (repeat). Syndicate frames Lime with murder rap. 4 Death Valley Days: "The Invaders," Anthony Caruso, Chris Warfield. Jil Jarmyn. Italian population of western town is terrorized by Mafia until younger generation takes over. 5 Beat the Odds, Mike Stpkey ,. v 7 MiamlUndercojieiv Lee *· · BowmW Rocky Gratfaftft.- ' 9 Mr ifrkl Mrs.! Nbrth TIME OUT FOR coffee and off-camera talk is taken by Paul Burke and Nancy Malone during filming on streets of New York for "Naked City" t e l e c a s t Wednesday at II p. m. on channel 7. New seres starts in October. 1 1 Heckle and Jeckle Show 13 Treasure, Bill Burrud: "Secret of San Miguel" 7:30 2 Malibu Run, Jeremy Slate, Ron Ely, John Williams (repeat). Radioactive object plunges into the sea off Malibu. 4 Wagon Train, John McIntire, Robert Horton, Ernest Borgnine, Edward Binns (repeat). Bounty hunter tracks man unjustly accused of murder. 5 Crossroads: "Shadow of God" 7 Hong Kong, Rod Taylor, (repeat), Taina Elg. Flirtation with airline hostess leads Glenn to story of gold smuggling and danger. 9 Sneak Preview Movie I 1 How to Marry a Millionaire, Barbara Eden. Loco gets 10 days to make check (for mink stole) good. 13 Global Zobel. Myron Zobel: "Cresta Run" 8:00 P. M. 5 Wrestling (see spts. box) I I The Phil Silvers Show Bilko's entrant in eating contest can eat only when unhappy. 13 Fishing Flashes (see box) 8:30 2 Danger Man, Patrick Goohan. Dralce masquerades as saboteur and finds man training Irish Republican Army commandos. 4 (Color) The Price Is Right, Bill Cullen hosts. 7 Ozzie Harriet (repeat) Rick feigns broken arm to get Wally out of a jam. 11 Trackdown, Robert Culp 13 Passport to Travel, Hal Sawyer: "Alaskan Tour" 9:00 P. M. 2 Angel, Annie Farge 4 Kraft Mystery Theatre, Frank Gallop: "The Hideout" (see box) 7 Hawaiian Eye, Anthony Eisley, Bob Conrad (repeat). Lopaka tangles with loan-shark racketeers 9 (Color) Movie: "Devil's Canyon," Virginia Mayo, Dale Robertson ('53) 11 Pony Express, G. Sullivan FISHING FLASHES, 8 p.m. on channel 13, as Mac McClintock shows uses of kelp and its harvesting. WRESTLING, 8 p.m. on channel 5, with Dick Lane describing the Olympic card. Double main event has Rocca vs. 'Mahalik and Hutton vs. .,.* ,-.,-V.".. , · · ·· 13 The Russ Morgan Show 9:30 2 I've Got a Secret, Garry Moore. Jack E. Leonard is celebrity guest, with Carol Burnett subbing for Betsy Palmer on panel (taped). 11 Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gilles Pelletier. iO:00 P. M. 2 Circle Theatre: "Memory of Murder" (see box) 4 (Color) It Could Be You, Bill I.eyden hosts 5 Clete Roberts Reports 7 Naked City, Paul Burke, Horace McMahon, Sylvia Sidney, Robert Duvall, Jamie Smith (repeat). Trio of hoodlums take cover in home of leader's aunt. 11 George Putnam, News 13 Baxter Ward, News 10:15 5 Big Three Final (news) 11 Weather Front; Sports 13 Good win.Knight; Metrop. Report (10:25): Sheriff Pete Pitchcss 10:30 4 Teleplay: "Author at Work," Ernie Kovacs. Murder novels are based on crimes author has actually committed. 5 Orient Express 11 The Paul Coates Show 13 The Tom Duggan Show 11:00 P.M. 2 Jerry Dunphy Report 4 (Color) Jack Latham News 5 Movie: "The Mummy's Tomb," Lon Chancy 7 Lew Irwin Reports 9 John Willis; Bill Brundige 11 Highway Patrol 11:15 . 2 Movie: 'The Hostage," Ron Randell, Mary Parker (Br.-lst run). Scotland Yard and pro-Fascists. 4 (Color) Jack Paar Show with Phyllis Diller, Virginia Graham, Charles Dornan 7 The Honeymooners 9 Movie: "Wicked as They Come" 11:30 11 PM East-PM West. Mike Wallace with magician Milbourne Christopher; Terrence O'Flaherty with Jun Nakajima 11:45 7 Ida Lupino Teleplay: "That Woman" 12:00 MIDNIGHT 13 Newsroom Don Rose 12:15 7 Movie: "Backlash," Richard Travis 12:45 9 Movie: "Ox-Bow Incident," Henry Fonda, Dana Andrews ('43) 1:OOA.M. 2 Movie: "Blonde Alibi," Martha O'Driscoll, Tom ·'-^Jeal/'RoBeft Armstrong.! 4 Almanac; Newswrap ·

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