Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 109
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h- JUST FOR FUN -- New E color series shows families g the fun available through the g L. A. Dept. of Recreation and -5 Parks. Lee Giroux is host, *7 with first two shows touring g the Griffith Park Zoo (ani- £ mals today, birds and reptiles . next week). It's at 5 p.m. on "E channel 4. g OFFICIAL OPENING IBC g- --Opening ceremonies of the ·g International B e a u t y Con-- gress, from Veteran's Memorial Stadium. Girls from 58 nations present gifts from their homelands. It's at 9 p.m. on channel 11. THE NATION'S FUTURE --A repeat of a debate on Congressional investigations pits Rep. James Roosevelt (D-Calif.) against past Legion commander Martin B. Mc- Kneally. It's at 9:30 p.m. on channel 4. SATURDAY 7:00 A.M. 4 Michael Chapin Western: "The Dakota Kid" 7:30 2 Cartoons 60 8:00 A.M. 4 Careers in Nursing: 'Nursing Opportunities" 8:30 2 Sky King, Kirby Grant 4 (Color) Pip the Piper: 'Airplane Day" 5 Design for Learning 7 Rocky and His Friends 9 From the Ground Up (Gardening Hints) 8:45 13 Sacred Heart Program 9:00 A.M. 2 Captain Kangaroo with dancer, juggler 4 (Color) Shari Lewis Show pranksters at work. 5 Movie 7 Movie: "Mask of the Dragon," Richard Ryan 9 Spanish Movie: "Mi Novia F.s un Fantasma" (My Fiance Is a Ghost), Pepe Iglesias (English subtitles) I I Movie: "Call Northside 777," James Stewart, I.ee J. Cobb ('47). Crusading reporter seeks to prove convicted man innocent. 13 Panorama Latino 9:30 4 (Color) King Leonardo and His Short Subjects 10:00 A.M. 2 The Magic Land of Alla- Kazam, Mark Wilson 4 Fury, Bobby Diamond "Big Brother" befriends tough boy. 10:15 7 Movie: "Tough Assign ment," Don Barry 10:30 2 The Roy Rogers Show Rogers recovers loot from train robbery. 4 Mr. Wizard, Don Herbert "Laws of Probability" 9 Movie: "Public Enemy," James Cagney, Jean Harlow ('31) 10 Baseball (see sports box) 13 Code 3: "Benson Case" 11:00 A.M. 2 Sky King, Kirby Grant 4 Movie: "Shanghai Story," . Ruth Roman, Edmond O'Brien ('54) 5 Movie 11 The Rita LaRoy Show 33 Hispanorama RCA ZENITH Specialists ·3403 E. ICth 8 Baseball (see sports box) 11:30 2 Mighty Mouse Playhouse 7 Movie: "Johnny Comes Flying Home," Richard Crane 11 Movie: "20 Mule Team," Wallace Beery, Leo Carrillo, Marjorie Rambeau ('39) 13 Camino de las Estrellas 12:00 NOON 2 Outside In, Pat Fontaine: "Newspaper Operation" 9 (Color) Movie: "Devil's Canyon," Virginia Mayo, Dale Robertson ('53) 12:30 2 Once Over Lightly: Tony Bennett in gabfast on painting, classical music, jazz. (Series is broadcast overseas by "Voice of America."). 4 Highway Holidays 13 Hispanorama 1:00 P.M. 2 Under New Flags 4 Movie: "Thunderbirds," John Barrymore Jr., Mona Freeman ('52) 5 Movie 7 Movie: "Story of Alexander Graham Bell," Don Ameche, Loretta Young. Henry Fonda ('39) 11 Movie: "Yank on the Burma Road," Barry Nelson, Laraine Day ('41) 13 Robin Hood, R. Greene 1:30 2 Planet Earth: "Challenge of the Oceans" 13 Movie: "Moonrise," Dane Clark, Ethel Barrymore, Lloyd Bridges ('48). Backwoods melodrama. 2:00 P.M. 2 Movie: "When You're in Love." Grace Moore, Cary Grant 9 (Color) Movie: "Bwana Devil," Robert Stack, Barbara Britton ('53) 2:15 11 Movie: "Bataan." Robert Taylor, Lloyd Nolan, Thomas Mitchell ('42) 2:30 4 (Color) Calif. Report, Bob Wright (new time) 5 Movie 7 Movie: "The Well," Henry Morgan 3:00 P. M. 4 Campy's Corner, Roy Campanella: "Red" Blaik, Keith Morris 13 Movie: "Duffy of San Quentin," Louis Hayward, Joanne Dru ('54) 3:30 2 Movie: "Bonnie Scotland," Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy. I-aughs in Highland kilts. 4 True Story, Kathi Norris 5 Public Defender 9 Movie: "Human Monster," Bela Lugosi, Hugh Williams ('40). Mad doctor. 4:00 P.M. 4 Detective's Diary, Richard Wyler. Counterfeit diamond racket. 5 Movie: "Gypsy Fury," Viveca Lindfors 7 ABC's Wide World of Sports: "U. S. -U. S. S. R. Track Meet" (see box) 4:30 4 The Lone Ranger Trio of female thieves. 11 Movie: "Yellow Jack," Robert Montgomery, Lewis Stone, Virginia Bruce ('37). Search for cause of yellow fever. 13 Movie: "Wheel of Fortune," John Wayne, Frances Dee ('41) 5:00 P.M. 2 Post Parade, Bill Keene 4 (Color) Just For Fun: "Griffith Park Zoo" (see box) 5 Auction City (live) 9 Movie: "Allegheny Uprising." John Wayne, . Claire Trevor, George Sanders ('39) 5:15 2 Hollywood Park'.Feature Race (see sports box) BASEBALL, 10:30 a.m. on channel 10 (San Diego), has Lindsey N e l s o n with the Braves - Pirates game from Pittsburgh (blacked out on channel 4). BASEBALL, 11:25 a.m. on channel 8 (San Diego), has Dizzy Dean and Pee Wee Reese with the Reds-Giants game from Cincinnati's Crosley Field (blacked out on channel 2). ABC'S WIDE WORLD OF SPORTS, 4 to G p.m. on channel 7. Tapes of the July 15-1G United States-Russian track and field meet from Dynamo Stadium, Moscow. This marks the first telecast from Europe handled exclusively by U. S. personnel. HOLLYWOOD PARK feature race, 5:15 p.m. on channel 2. Gil Stratton and Harry Hensen take the mikes for the $100,000 - added Hollywood Juvenile Championship. P R O FOOTBALL HIGHLIGHTS, channel 5 at 6:30 p.m. with Detroit vs. Chicago. FIGHT OF WEEK, 7 p.m. on channel 7, is a 10-round heavyweight bout from the Kentucky Fair Grounds between C a s s i u s Clay and Alonzo Johnson. 5:30 4 Capt. Gallant, B. Crubbe Girl blocks search for killer. 5 Wings Around the World 5:45 2 Movie: "Night Plane from Chungking," Robert Preston, Ellen Drew ('43). Plane crash-lands with one traitor. 0:00 P.M. 4 (Color) News Sports, Lee Giroux, Chick Hearn 5 Saturday Cartoons 7 Lawrence Welk Show "Show Boat" medley is featured. 11 Dan Smoot Reports: "Invisible Gov't" (pt. 3). Foreign Policy Association 13 Victory at Sea: "Melanesian Nightmare" 6:15 4 Changing Times 11 Sat. News, Alan Douglas 6:30 4 (Color) "Big" Tiny Little 5 Natl pro Footb'll (see box) 9 TV Bowling Tournament 11 World-Wide Hunting and Fishing, Rick Williams. Films and interviews. 13 Flight: "Story of a General" (Kenney) 6:45 4 (Color) Lee Giroux News 2 Jerry Dunphy, news (6:55) 7:00 P.M. 2 Lock Up, Macdonald Carey (repeat). Murdered private eye was blackmailer. 4 Ivanhoe, Roger Moore. "By Hook or by Crook" 7 Fight of Week (spts box) 11 Circus Boy, B..Braddock Col. Jack takes over the circus. 13 The Silent Service 7:30 2 Perry Mason, Raymond Burr, Susan Cummings (repeat). Fan dancer is accused of stabbing her ex-husband. 4 (Color) Bonanza, Lome Greene (repeat). Little Joe and Hoss rob a bank to prevent its closing. 5 Adv. in Sports, T. Malone 9 Movie: "Magnificent Ambersons," Joseph Cotten,-Dolores Del Rio, . . Tim Holt ('42). Orson Wells direction. :l-lt -BbWerPatrol, R.Webb. · Racketeers victimize innocent foreigners. 13 Danger Is My Business: "Thunderbird--Supersonic Acrobats" 7:45 7 Make That Spare, Johnny Johnston. Amateur bowlers. 8:00 P.M. 5 Strictly Informal, Larry Finley. Jerry Lewis and Terry Gibbs guest tonight and next Saturday. 7 The Honeymooners: "Dial J for Janitor" 11 Dial 999, Robert Beatty 13 Wink Martindale. Live from P.O.P. 8:30 2 Checkmate, Anthony George, Doug McClure, Peter Lorre (repeat). Enemy from the past plans to kill Hyatt by framing him for murder. 4 The Tall Man, Barry Sullivan, Clu Gulager (repeat). Man is forced to masquerade as long-lost son of another. 5 Movie: "C Man," Dean Jaggcr, John Carradine 7 Leave It to Beaver, Jerry Mathers (repeat). Wally must date girl to whom he's been bragging about his wealth. 11 Crime Reporter 9:00 P.M. 4 The Deputy, Henry Fonda, Allen Case (repeat). Silver City slaying gives clue to bank robberies. 7 Roaring '20s, Donald May (repeat). Column item exposes hot trumpeter to gangland bullets. 9 (Color) Movie: "Devil's Canyon" (see 12 noon listing). 11 IBC Opening Ceremonies (see box) 13 Big Time Wrestling, Sam Menacker 9:30 2 Have Gun, Will Travel, Richard Boone (repeat). Rescue of Monk (Ken Curtis), grubby trail follower, backfires on all concerned. 4 The Nation's Future, John K. M. McCafferty (repeat)--see" box 10:00 P.M. 2 Gunsmoke, James Arness (repeat). Bandits seize Kitty as a getaway hostage. 5 Briefing Session: "With All Deliberate Speed," Little Rock school board president, director Southern Regional Council. 7 Men Into Space, William Luntligan 13 Newsroom, Don Rose, Prof. Harold Fishman 10:30 2 Movie: "Pursued," Robert Mitchum, Teresa Wright, Judith Anderson ('47--1st run). Hatred and revenge revolves around family feud. 4 Movie: "My Kingdom for a Cook," Charles Coburn, Isobel Elsom 5 Movie: "Deep Waters," Dana Andrews, Jean Peters ('48) 7 Man and the Challenge, George Nader I I The Ben Hunter Show 13 The Tom Duggan Show 11:00 P. M. 7 Tcleplay: "Fortunatus" 9 Movie: "Cover Girl," Rita Hayworth, Gene Kelly, Phil Silvers ('44) 13 Weekend Report, Dan Riss 11:15 13 The Tom Duggan Show 11:30 7 Rosemary Clooney Show Guest: Joanne Gilbert 12:00 MIDNIGHT 5 Movie 7 Movie: "Underworld After Dark," Philip Reed ' 13 The LloyU 'Thaxton Show Top Shows Four telecasts from Long Beach this week will cover early activities of delegates to the International Beauty Congress. Details of these telecasts are listed on page 5. Other shows of the week include the following: -( * * # » SUNDAY--Color film coverage of astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr. on his historic space flight will'be shown on "Official Report: MR-3" at 5 p.m.. on channel 4. Films were shot by a camera placed inside the space capsule. * * * * MONDAY -- ' T h e Spike Jones Show" returns for its second summer season at 9 p.m. on channel 2. Helen Grayco is featured, and opening guests include Bill (Jose Jimenez) Dana and recording artist Jack Jones. * * * * TUESDAY -- "The Single Woman," color documentary concerning the problem of the unmarried woman who backs away from marriage, is repeated at 10 p.m. on channel 4. Barbara Baxley stars. Show originally was seen during an afternoon "Special for Women." * * * * WEDNESDAY -- " C i r c l e Theatre" repeats the true story of a man who keeps a . 16-year vow to himself that he will become sheriff of the town and avenge the murder of his sheriff-father. It's at 10 p.m. on channel 2. » » * * THURSDAY --"The' Trials of Charles de Gaulle" is the CBS Repeat at 10 p.m. on channel 2. A national crisis, caused by the Algerian war, established de Gaulle as leader of the French Republic. Told in part through the lives of two men who played key roles in the President's stormy rise. * * * * FRIDAY--"S p a c e Log" premeries at 7 p.m., in color, on channel 4. Newscaster Roy Meal hosts as the series attempts to define the problems, approaches, solutions and applications involved in our present race for space. * * * » SATURDAY -- A tour of the Griffith Park Zoo is the first in a weekly color series showing available family activities provided by the department of recreation and parks of the city of Los Angeles. "Just for Fun," hosted by Lee Giroux. i s at 5 p.m. on channel 4. 12:30 2 Movie: "The Big Knife," Jack Palance, Ida Lupino, Wendell Corey, Shelley Winters ('55). Indictment of Hollywood. 9 Movie: "The Americano," Glenn Ford, Frank Lovejoy, Cesar Romero ('55) II Movie: "Lancer Spy," Dolores Del Rio', George Sanders, Peter Loire ('37).

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