The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on August 21, 1961 · Page 19
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 19

Provo, Utah
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Monday, August 21, 1961
Page 19
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6 DAILY MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1961 Utah County, Utah Television Cinemascope Movie schedules are presented on a tentative basis by TV Studior to this iiewspaoer and are admittedly sub.lect to change by them; therefore accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Monday: lt:(W 4 "Fair Warning," B. Furness, J. Payne. 8 "She Wouldn't-Say Yes," K. Russell, L. Bowman. Vuesdajr: *:M 2 "Nevada." tt:00 4 "Man From Down Under," C. Laughton, D. Reed. $ "Forbidden Valley," N. Beery, F. Robinson. Wednesday: 1:00 2 "San Quentin." tt:00 4 "On An Island With You," P. Lawford, E. Williams. t "Three Bad Sisters," J. Bromfield, M. English. Itmrsdagr: *tOO 2 "Marines Fly High." tt:00 4 "Rogues Yarn," N. Maurey. S "Lone Wolf Meets a Lady," W. Williams, J. Muir. ffttday: 3:00 2 "Rustlers." »:00 2 "Do You Love Me." lt:00 4 "Son of Fury," T. Power. 9 "The Mad Doctor," B. Rathbone, E.' Drew. Saturday: 12:00 4 "I Dood It," R. Skelton and "Lost Angel," M. O'Brien. 2:00 5 "I Cover the War," J. Wayne and "Death of a Champion." D. O'Connor. 7:30 2 Family Night Theater 10:00 5 "The Star Maker," B. Crosby. 10:30 2 "Born to Kill," C. Trevor. 11:30 4 "Rome," L. Base. Sunday: 1:00 5 "Hers to Hold," J. Cotton and "Leather Gloves," C. Mitchell. 9:00 5 "MR 880," B. Lancaster, D, McGuire, E. O'Brien. 11:00 5 "Confession," D. O'Keefe, J. Lockhart. STARS AT WORK HOLLYWOOD (UP!) — Kfan Novak, Jack Lemmon and Fred Astaire are currently before cameras at Columbia Studios in, "The Notorious Landlady" which Richard Quine is directing. CULLIGAN SOFT WATER Fully Electric Automatic WATER SOFTENER ONLY mo. Nothing for you to do but enjoy the convenience and luxury of 100% soft water, 100% of the time. ' CALL: SPRINGVILLE ____ HU 9-4521 - OREM. . . . AC 5-0232 FRIDAY, 5:00 8—Bugs Bunny 4—Bin Tin Tin S—Sheriff of Cochlse 5:30 2—Three Stooges 4—Matty's Funday B unnles S—News - Weather 5:45 «—Q. T. Hush—Dick Tracy 5—Douglas Edwards 6:00 2—Nowo, Weather 4—News. Weatner 5—Dangerous Robin 6:15 4—Evening Report 6:30 2—5 Star Jubilee 4—Amos 'u' Andy 5—Rawhide 7:00 t —Lawless Years 4—Harrigan ana Sons T—Children's Corner 7:30 •—Previev Theater 4—The Jnin $—Route 66 V—Sculpture Friday Log AUGUST 25, 1961 8:00 2—-Neighborhood Theater 4—77 Sunset Strip 7—Two for Physics 8:30 5—Pro Football Browns vs. Rams , 7—Casals Master Vlass 9:00 4—The Detectives 7—Agriculture in an Uneasy World 9:15 7—She Stooos to Conquer 9:30 4—The Law and Mr. Jones "i—Close-Up "I Remember" 10:00 2—News, Weather, Sports 4—News, Weather, Sports 5—News, Weather, Sports 10:30 2—Jack Paar (C) 4—M Squad 11:00 4—Dayton Allen—Big Movie 11:30 5—Late Show NEW SEASON 11—-Captain Adam Troy (Gardner McKay) pilots the three-masted Tiki for a third season on "Adventures In Paradise" over Channel 4. When the popular series returns on October 1, it will be seen on a. new day — Sundays — a new time — 10 rOO to 11:00 p.m. and aboard will be a new first mate, Guy • Stockwell. Documentary Set Tuesday Patricia Neal, Arthur Hill and Lynn Loring star in "Mother and Daughter," a dramatic documentary about the difficult relationship between a mother and her teen-age daughter, on the Tuesday, Aug. 22 "TV Special," on Channel 2 at 8 p. m. (This is the first nighttime repeat of the program originally broadcast as a daytime Special March 9, 1961). Written and produced by George Lefferts, th,e documentary looks into a home where rebellion, resentment and bitterness have come to color the relationship of a 16-year-old daughter and her parents. The report deals with conflict when parents —in their endeavors to guide, protect and discipline a child — run the danger of mistakes serious enough to damage family love permanently. Pauline Frederick, reporter for the series, interviews Dr. Leona Baumgartner, New York City's Commissioner of Health, at the conclusion of the program, discussing the breakdown in cbm- munications between many parents and their adolescent children. They also talk about steps to resolve such conflicts and how to avoid the threat of juvenile delinquency. Headliners Featured On 'Here's Hollywood' Interviews in Rome with Anita ikberg, Anthony Quinn, Rosanna Podesta and Stanley Barker will >e presented on Channel 2's, 'Here's Hollywood," the week of Aug. 22-25, at 2'p. m. Co - host Dearf Miller conducts the European meetings. Other highlights during, the week will include convers'ations in Hollywood by co-host Helen Adding Machines Lowest Prices FROM 40.00 Hand and Electric RENTAL PURCHASE 1 PLAN Lloyd's Typewriter Company | 332 West Center St. O'Connell with Vera Miles, Nancy Gates and Jimmy Shigeta. Daily features follow: Tuesday, Aug. 22 — In his second appearance, Anthony Quinn describes how he lives the roles he plays 24 hours a day, and why "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" remains his favorite. <• Nancy Gates and Bill Hayes tell how their meeting spelled marriage when Bill piloted an airliner with Nancy as a passenger. Wednesday, Aug. 23 — Susan Kohner talks about advantages and disadvantages of attending private schools. Robert Culp expiates his decision to make acting his goal, with writing second choice. Thursday, Aug. 24 — Swedish born actress Anfta Ekberg" tells why she married a man she did not love, and describes the time she winged an Italian newsman in Rome with bow and arrow. The Fence In Your Future Can Be Yours Today Central Utah Block Offers You These Advantages \ * Enduring beauty - No maintenance - no pointing. * Consistent color - Many permanent colors. * Designs unlimited - Be original if you wish, come plan your own, or use one of the designs we have. * Economical - Initially among the very lowest in cost Blocks for a fence four feet high for less than $1.00 per foot in most designs. See^our display at— CENTRAL UTAH BLOCK CO. 1372 South State St. Prove, Utah or cad FR 3-1122 for a fre« oitimat*— low-co$t bank financing available. (Perfect for Patfoi and Scre*n-waKf, too.) Jimmy Shigeta talks about Hollywood's acceptance of an Oriental is a leading man. Friday, Aug. 25 — Rosanna Podesta gives her opinion of ;een-age morals in Italy. Stanley Baker adds his comments to Rosanna's as they are nterviewed in the heart of old Rome. Rod Taylor discusses his repu- ;ation as a rebellious young man, and tells the way he be- ieves women should be treated. NOTICE Television schedules are cstnb- Hshed by the three TV outlets. Corrections on schedules are made by them each week. The Daily Herald cannot take the responsibility for inaccuracies when changes are not made by TV personnel. HOT TAMALE — Actress Anne Baxter, a rancher's tyif e Down Under, commutes from Australia to Hollywood to keep her hand in the film flicker business. Currently, she has the role of a Mexican heart throb in "A Walk on the Wild Side."

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