Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 107
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 107

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
Page 107
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THURSDAY 6:15 2 Austin Green 4 Morning Farm Report 6:30 2 Language You (USC) 4 The Next Hundred Years 7:00 A.M. 2 Captain Kangaroo 4 Today. John Chancellor 7:45 2 News, Maury Green 9 Cartoonsville--A.M. 8:00 A.M. 2 Panarama Pacific, R. Rowe Guests: Hope Holliday, Zale Parry 7 Chucko's Cartoons 8:30 5 Ding Dong School 9 Tim Holt Western: "Fighting Frontier" ('43) 9:00 A.M. 2 I Love Lucy, Lucille Ball 4 Say When, Art James 5 The Jack LaLanne Show 7 I Married Joan, J. Davis U Adventures in Spanish 9:30 2 Video Village, Monty Hall 4 (Color) Play Your Hunch Guest: Abbe Lane 5 Romper Room 7 It's a Great Life 9 Movie: "Bride for Sale," Claudette Colbert, Robert Young, George Brent ('49) 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 International Beauty Congress--Airport arrival (see box) 10:30 2 Your Surprise Package 4 Concentration, H. Downs 5 The Larry Moore Show 7 Ou Miss Brooks, E. Arden 11:00 A.M. 2 Love of Life 4 Truth or Consequences 5 Movie: "Unknown Guest," Victor Jory, Pamela Blake ('43) 7 The Gale Stomi Show' Guests: Russel Arms, Vera Vague 9 The Seekers: "The Nuclear Physician" 11 Movie: "The Longest Night," Robert Young, Florence Rice ('36). 11:30 2 Search for Tomorrow 'I (Color), It Could Be You 7 Love That Bob! Bob Cummings, Bonila Granville 9 Movie: "Cornered," Dick Powell, "··'··«· Slezak 11:45 2 The Guiauij; i.ight 4 News, Ray Scherer (11:55) A R R I V A L 1BC DELEGATES -- Latest arrivals for t h e International B e a u t y Congress step from TWA airliner at L.B. municipal airport. Bill Welsh interviews beauties in native costume. It's at 10 a.m. on channel 11. CBS R E P O R T S -- 'The Trials of Charles de Gaulle" is repeated. David Schoenbrun narrates the story of the crisis that established de Gaulle as l e a d e r of the French Republic. It's at 10 p.m. on channel 2. PICTURE ttUBE 1NCH l?lu» installation TV HI-FI STEREO ALL PARTS I LABOR GUARANTEED, UNION S H O P ' P B Specialties, C I W TV U3I5 Templi lilies HE 7-1521 Oay-GE 8-4908-- HA 9-5523 12:00 NOON 2 Grant Holcomb, News Bums and Allen (12:05) 4 (Color) Jan Murray Show 5 The Mike Wallace Show Gen. James Van Fleet 7 Camouflage, Don Morrow 11 Sheriff John, John Rovick 12:30 2 As the World Turns 4 Lorelta Young Theatre: "Off-Duty Affair," Marshall Thompson, Chris White. Detective and social worker on juvenile case. 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: "Leave Her to Heaven." Gene Tierney, Cornel Wilde ('45) 7 The Pioneers: "Big Liz" 9 Champ. Bowling Re-Runs 1 1 Topper, Leo G. Carroll 1:15 13 Public Service Film 1:30 2 A i t Linkletter House P'ty Guest: Dr. R. T. Bergman of hospital ship "Hope" 4 From These Roots 7 West Point 1 1 People's Choice, J. Cooper 13 The Lloyd Thaxton Show 2:00 P.M. 2 The Millionaire 4 Make Room for Daddy 7 Day in Court: Paraplegic seeks to adopt disabled child 9 Movie: "One for the Book," Ronald Reagan, Eve Arden ('47) 1 1 The Paul Coates Show 2:30 2 The Verdict Is Yours 4 Here's Hollywood, Dean Miller: Eddie Albert and Margo on education today. 7 Seven Keys, Jack Narz 1 1 The Ben Hunter Show 13 Robin Hood, R. Greene 3:00 P.M. 2 The Brighter Day 4 Teleplay: "Mink Does Something for You," Gale Storm, Keith Andes 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 13-DAY TELEPHONE S A L E 1 I PRICE SLASH! BRAND NEW 1961 Zig-Zag Sewing Machines Zig-Zags Automatically No AHackmcali Heeded » OvtrcAtts ll Wflhiut3-2mc'.' T """ ACT N O W ! I FREE! 4 News; Highway Holidays (3:40): "70 Mi. by Outboard" (Colorado R. to Lake Mohave) 5 Tricks-Treats, Corris Guy 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 Pips, Curtis Lee 9 What's News? Frank Carroll 11 3 Stooges. Don Lamond 4:10 4 Movie: "Song Parade," Marie McDonald, John Carroll 4:30 2 Life of Riley, Wm. Bendix 9 Cartoonsville--P.M., Perry Allen 13 Wink Martindale (POP) 5:00 P.M. 2 Movie: "Mystery Sea Raider," Henry Wilcoxen, Carole Landis ('46). Tramp steamer commandeered by Nazis. 5 Popeye, Tom Hatten 7 The Soupy Sates Show 9 (Color) Movie: "Bwana Devil," Robert Stack, Barbara Britton ('53) 11 Superman, George Reeves 5:30 7 Rocky and His Friends 11 Sheriff of Cochise 13 True Adventure, B. Burrud "The World Below" 6:00 P.M. 4 (Color) News and Sports 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 News 13 Goodwin J. Knight 6:25 2 Weather Vane, Bill Keene 13 Turnley Walker 6:30 2 Dunphy-Stralton Report 4 (Color) Curt Massey Show 5 Clete Roberts Reports 7 The Pioneers: "Last Badman" 9 Cartoon Express I t Dick Tracy; Weather Eyes 13 Hold the Phone! G.DeWitt 6:45 2 Douglas Edwards, News 4 (Color) Jack Latham News 5 The Big Three, News 11 George Putnam. News 7:00 P.M. 2 Assignment: Underwater, Bill Williams (repeat). Japanese nurseryman is suspicious of his son's unexplained diving gear, gangster companions. 4 Exclusive: "Santa Claus in a Jeep," Robert Arden. Tale by American correspondent in Greece. 5 Beat the Odds, Mike Stokey 7 Man and the Challenge, George Nader 11 The Yogi Bear Show 13 Holiday, Bill Burrud: "Beautiful Brittany" 7:30 2 Summer Sporls Spectacular: "I.aconia Motorcycle Rally" (see sports box) WEEK '"* ·'·. ;c^l PINKING SHEARS TO THE FIRST 25' CUSTOMERS . . ';. 7fr21 E. Firestone. ;, Downey | SUMMER SPORTS SPECTACULAR, 7:30 p.m. on channel 2, with Bud Palmer describing the 4-day motorcycle rally at Laconia, N.H. Highlights is the 100-mi. national championship race on a tortuous 5-sided course. BOXING, at 8:30 p.m. on channel 5, with Jim Healy at the Olympic for the middleweight bout between Irish Wayne Thornton and Charlie Austin. 4 Outlaws, Barton MacLane, Joe Maross (repeat). Railroad interests force ranchers out of business, and discharged cowhands turn robbers. 5 Jeffs Collie (1-assie) 7 Guestward Ho! Joanne Dm, J. Carrol Nash (repeat). Bab's mother invades the ranch. 9 Science Fiction Theatre 11 Blue Angels, Don Gordon. Bertelli bails out over the Sierra, breaks an arm. 13 Golden Voyage: "Nigeria" 8:00 P.M. 5 The Californians 7 Donna Reed Show (repeat). The Stones go slar-gazing in Hollywood, with producer George Sidney playing himself. (Coco, a 135-lb. poodle, is added to the cast next fall.) 9 I Led Three Lives, Richard Carlson 11 Suspicion: "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime," Ronald Howard, Gladys Cooper, Sebastian Cabot. Man is told by palmist that he will become a murderer, so sets out to make the prediction true. 13 Play of Week (repeat): "A Month in the Country," Uta Hagen, Luther Adler, Alexander Scourby. Mistress, her ward and a maid all fall in love with handsome tutor. 8:30 2 Zane Grey Th'r (repeat) "The Broken Wing," Arthur O'Connell, David Ladd. Frontier farm boy is determined to fly with homemade wings. 4 Bat Masterson, Gene Barry (repeat). Hired to keep a turkey shoot honest, Bat becomes a pawn in a kidnapping. 5 Boxing (see box) 7 The Real McCoys, Walter Brennan (repeat). Grandpa and George are romantic rivals when new librarian comes to town. 9 Mr. and Mrs. North 9:00 P.M. 2 Gunslinger, Tony Young (repeat). Mystery in Navajo's murder hints at tribal uprising. 4 Bachelor Father, John Forsythe (repeat). Romance and intrigue cuts Paris stay short. 7 My Three Sons, Fred MacMurray (repeat). Steve's message about hiring housekeeper is passed along for others to do. 9 (Color) Movie: "Devil's Canyon," Virginia Mayo, Dale Robertson ('53) 11 Lie Detector, Ralph Andrews 9:30 4 (Color) Great Ghost Tales: "Lucy," Lee Grant, Kevin McCarthy. A woman believes she is a witch when her wish for a man's death comes true. 7 The Untouchables, Robert Stack, James MacArthur (repeat}. Narcotics racketeers underestimate ' of' young hoodlum. 11 Man Without a Gun. Rex Rcison · 10:00 P.M. 2 CBS Reports: "The Trials of Charles deGaulle" (repeat)--see box. 4 The Best of Groucho. Evelyn Rudie understands a joke told in German. 5 Clete Roberts Reports 11 George Putnam, News 13 Baxter Ward. News 10:15 5 Big Three Final, News 11 Weather Front; Sporls 13 Goodwin Knight; Metrop. Report (10:25): Mayor Sam Yorty 10:30 4 Louie Nye Mystery Playhouse: "Tales of Frankenstein," Don Megowan, , Anton Djffring. Brain, stolen from corpse of murderer, cannot be controlled. 5 International Travelcade 7 Silents Please: 'Tempest," John Barrymore, Louis Wolheim, Camilla Horn ('28). Peasant officer romances princess. 11 The Paul Coates Show 13 The Tom Duggan Show 11:00 P.M. 2 Jerry Dunphy Report 4 (Color) Jack Latham, Nws 5 Movie: "Man-Made Monster," I.on Chaney, Jr., Lionel Atwill ('41) 7 Lew Irwin Reports 9 John Willis, Bill Brundige 11 Highway Patrol 11:15 2 Movie: "Looking for Trouble," Spencer Tracy. Constance Cummings, Jack Oakie. Comic melodrama about wire-tappers. 4 (Color) Jack Paar Show with Betty Johnson, Hermione Gingold, joey Carter, Gwen Davis. 7 The lloneymooners: "The Golfer" 9 Movie: "His Kind of Woman," Robert Mitchum, Jane Russell, Vincent Price ('01) 11:30 11 PM East--PM West. Mike Wallace looks at Cuba; Terrence O'Flaherty has Spanish show. 11:45 7 Charles Boyer Teleplay: "Command" 12:00 MIDNIGHT 12:15 7 Movie: "Paris A f t e r Dark," George Sanders, Philip Dorn ('43) 12:45 9 Movie: "Highway Dragnet," Richard Conte, Joan Bennett, Wanda Hendrix ('54) 1:00 A.M. 2 Movie: "Convicted," Rita Hayworth, Marc Lawrence ('38). Nightclub singer tries to clear her brother of murder charge. 4 Almanac; Newswrap ' PUT IT BACK/THE PURPOSE OP THIS VACATION IS TO GETAWAY PffCVrtTHAT THING. 1 TV REPAIR VHE BEST DOESKT COST. IT PAYS Written Guarantee HPmlnr-lr, Scrvic* ,?'°° K Service Coll $2.50 7-3953 · - . · OAVF.'S TV. : .· ,MJ WJStlTljIan Place. Leog Beach

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