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Saturday, December 20, 1969
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B4-4NDEPENDENT, PRESS-TELEGRAM um^MMh ui*»,, m., an. *. m» TELE-VIJES PERKINS by John Mile* ·ri'Aa * indicates B-W. Other shows in color. KHNT ChMMlt KAiC Ckwutl? KCOT ClMMwl II ChMMM KHJ ClMmitlt KWHT CbMwl IX - CkMMlS KTTV Ck«Hwl 11 KMEX Ck«Mi34 KCIT Ckmiwll* ;V. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1969 · 7:00 A.M. 4 Heckle Jackie Show 7 New Casper Cartoons 11 Mr.'- Wishbone Show' 13 Felix the Cat 7:30 2 Principles of Geology 7 Smokey Bear Show 9 More Than Anger (TB) 13 Cool McCool 8:00 A.M. 2 The Jetsons (cartoons) 4 Here Comes the Grump 7 The Cattanooga Cats 9 Kimba, White Lion 11 «Tales of Wells Fargo 13 Adventures of Gumby ··,..; 8:30 2'lings Bunny-Road ·Runner Hour 4 TJhe Pink Panther 5 "Campus Profile 9 'Movie: "Rocky Mountain," Errol Flynn C50) 11 The Cisco Kid 13 Rocket Robin Hood . 9:00 A.M. 4 H.R. Pufnstuff, Jack Wild, Billie Hayes 5 "tolbvie.- "Invaders from Mars," Arthur Franz ('53) 7 Hot Wheels (cartoon) 11 TMovie: "Elephant Soy," Sabu C37) 13 Ruff n' Reddy 40 ^Panorama Latino 9:30 2 Bastardly Muttley in^ Their Flying Machines' 4 $an'ana Splits Hour 7 The Hardy Boys 13 fFhe Amazing Three ; 10:00 A.M. ? Pprils nf Ppnplnpp .Pitstop (cartoon) 7 Sky Hawks (cartoon) 9 Movie: "Charge at JJeather River," Guy Madison ('53) 13 'Movie: "City of Missing Girls," Gale Storm 10:30 2 Scppby-Doo, Where Are You? (cartoon) 4 AFL Inter-Divisional Playoffs: Kansas City Chiefs at New York ·Jets, Curt Gowdy, Kyle Eote 5 ^Movie: "Act of Murder," Fredric March 7 Adventures of Gulliver 11 "Movie: "Annie Oakley,?' Barbara Stan- wyck, Preston Foster v 11:00 A.M. 2'Sun Bowl (El Paso): [Nebraska vs. Georgia, ·Frank Glieber, Don Perkins 7 Fantastic Voyage !.·'" 11:30 7'American Bandstand ·(.'69), Dick Clark, Kathy iGarver, Boyce and Hart 9 JMoyie: "Bounty Hunt- ]er," Randolph Scott 13 .'Movie: "Last Stagecoach West," Jim 'JJavis, Victor Jory ('57) ': ; . 12:00 NOON 5 *Movie: "Story of Dr. ;Wassell." Gary Cooper, · 12:30 7 Movie: "The Light 'T£uch." Stev:rt Gy?.p.- ;ger, Pier Angeli C51) ll;*Movie: "Thieves' 'Highway." Richard Cbrite. Lee .1. Cohh ·' 1:00 P.M. 9''Movie: "One for the 'Book," Ronald Reagp.n, ·Eleanor Parker ('47) 13!ommercials 1:30 4'Prep Basketball: Bell ·la't Jordan. Ross Porter, ^Tpm Hawkins IS^orum Championship ·'Wrestling, Chick Hearn ;,' 2:00 P.M. 2tArchie Comedy Hour T^Movie: "Watusi," ^George Montgomery Li- · 2:30 9=*Wagon Train, John Tjfclntire. Robert Lan- iSing, Sherry Jackson. 11'tMovie: "Portrait in ·Terror." Wm. Campbell 3:00 P.M. 2 The Monkees, Davy Jbnes, Mike Nesmith 4.Movie: "Taggart." Tony Young. Dan Duryea ('65) 5'*Dr. Kildare, Richard 'Chamberlain. Ed Beeley, Lola Albright. 13'*Movie: "Shed No Tears." Wallace Kord 40i*Spanish movie '·".; 3:30 2 ;W-acky Races I cartoon) 73PBA Hawaiian Invita- ;tio'nal Bowling, taped . earlier thi" work in ·Honolulu - I 4:00 P.M. 2;-'Steps to Learning .Tjfliildrcii's Christmas programs 5'Championship Bowl- · ing: St. John vs. Sontar 9 1 Spy, Robert Culp, Rill Cosby, Joey Heatherton '(pit 1). Bumbling thieves in Italy. 11 Man from H N C 1,K. 4:30 2.Wheels. Kilns*. Clay: "Porcelain Clays" 4'Youth the Policr: "A Mutual Understanding." Wes Parker, Glcndalr police chief 5 Grand Prix: "Racer's Edge" Cindy 500 thrsiigh dccnrlc) 13'Samson (cartoon) 5:00 P.M. 2 Viewpoint, Jere Witter with Mayor Joseph Alioto 4 It's Academic, Jerry Fogel, students from Katella (Anaheim), Corvallis (Studio City) and Ramona (Riverside) 5 This Week in Pro Football (NFL, AFL) 7 ABC's Wide World of Sports: World Cup alpine skiing (French Alps) and repeat of Duke Kahanamoku big wave surfing classic (Sunset Beach, Oalui) 9 The Avengers, Patrick Macnee, Diana Rigg- 11 Race to the Roses, Keith Jackson, John McKay, Bo Schem- bechler. Review of the climbs of USC and Michigan to conference titles. 13 'The Patty Duke Show 28 "Joyce Chen Cooks: "Rii'R and Tea" 3-1 'Futbol (soccer) 5:30 2 Ralph Story's L.A. (R). Street cleaners and a rubber castle. 4 KNBC Newservice 13 "McHale's Navy 28 i\ews in Perspective 6:00 P.M. 2 Big News, C. Roberts 4 Huntley and Brinkley 5 One-Man Show: "Jack De Leon" 9 Boss City. Sam Riddle with Bobby Vee, Dick Jensen. Jim Maxwell's U.S. Arm Band (he plays on his arm), the Clique. Zebra 11 NCAA Basketball: USC at Houston, Harry Kalas, Joe Dean 13 Animals, Action Adventure: "Graveyard of Colorado," Bill Burrud. 6:30 4 News Conference: LAPD Chief Edward M. Davis, on police raid on Panther headquarters 5 Melody Ranch, with Santa Claus, special- surprise guest 7 The Rosey Grier Show, Ken Berry, Pam Grier, Jonathan Moore, Carmen 13 Run for Your Life. Ben Gazzara. Albert Dekker. Judy Carne. 28 To Save Tomorrow (R): "Fountain House" 7:00 P.M. 2 Roger Mudd, News 4 KNBC Survey, Bob Wright 7 The Anniversary Game 9 Death Valley Days: "The Sage Hen," Collin Wilcox. Woman outwits outlaws while her husband's away. 28 Nighttime in Mistero- gers' Neighborhood (R). Children's feelings flhnut thf beauty and fantasies of night. 7:30 2 Jackie Gleason Show (R.) The Poor Soul falls asleep on a bench on a busy city street and a fairy princess takes him on a dream excursion through the land of make-believe ami fairy tales. 4 Andy Williams Christmas Show, with Clandine Longel. their three children, his parents, brothers, sister, nieces, nephews, brother-in- law, the Osmond Brothers. The bear finally gets his cookie. 5 Movie: "High Season for Spies." Peter Van Eyck C67-lst r u n ) 7 Dating Game. J. Lange 9 *Movic: "About Mrs. Leslie." Shirley Booth, Robert Ryan (''54) 13 Wonders nf the World: "Piety in Poland," the Linkers How religion continues in Communist Poland. 40 "Luchas (wrestling) 8:00 P.M. 7 The Newlywed Game 11 *Movic: "The Aven- luress," Deborah Kerr, Trevor Howard (Br.- ·47). Delightful espionage thriller. 13 Hawaii Calls. VVf-im-y Krtwards: "Hula Maids" ( R ) . Hilo H a t tie. Ed Kenney 28 *NET Playhouse ( R ) : "Traveler Without Luggage," Gordon Pinsent. Drama pitting reality against inireali- 8:30 2 My Three Sons. Fred MacMurray. Beverly Garland. Pawn I,yn Dodie finds having three brothers can be a rough and tumble proposition, and she dreads it when Steve and Barbara are leaving for a weekend. 4 Adam-I2, Martin Milner. Kent McCord. Frank Campanula, Je-ry Ayers, Fran Dropping Latham Shifts Programs By GEORGE ERES TV-Radio Editor Ch. U's dropping of Jack Latham and the noon news has resulted in considerable juggling of the station's programming starting Monday. Those of you who have been interested in following some of the programs on that station should check the log Monday morning to keep up with the changes. The program shifts involve Ben Hunter's morning movie running from 9:30 a.m. to noon with Sheriff John moving into the noon to 1 p.m. slot. "Queen for a Day" moves from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Another Ben Hunter movie spot is offered from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. and "Popeye and Friends" is separated from the Hunter program and offered from 3:30 to 4 p.m. "Hazel" formerly at 2:30 p.m. moves to 4:30-5 p.m. and "Flint- stones" shifts from its 4:30 p.m. spot to 6 p.m. NOTE from a reader in regard to a "Hee Haw" comment here: "If being patriotic and opposing marijuana and LSD are bad, as you suggest in your review of "Hee Haw," then most Americans, I believe, are glad to be lableled kooks by critics like you. "You commented on the song, "Okie from Muskogee" " . . . I hope it's not going to be the flagsong for the show . . . " I cannot think of a better way to express the average American's thoughts on pot, LSD, hippies and college wreckers than those lyrics. "If this Is being "opposed to dissent" as you say, then let's have more of it!" Bud Worsham, Lakewood Aw, c'mon, Bud, stop putting words in my mouth. I never suggested that "being patriotic and opposing marijuana and LSD are bad." You're just reading that into the column. I stated:". . . the lyrics (of "Okie from Muskogee") clearly state the writer's opposition to dissent which takes the form of pot-smoking, long hair and lack of patriotism among other things . . ." If you want to read something into that why not read into it that I don't consider that there's a "must" relationship between long hair and pot- smoking and lack of patriotism? People with short hair who get high on "white lightning" which the song glorifies, can be unpatriotic, too. RADIO NOTES: Metropolitan Opera Saturday morning broadcasts at 11 a.m. (KFA 1330 AM and 92.3 FM), today changes its announced opera from "La Boheme" by Puccini, to "Hansel and Gretel" by Engelbert Humperdinck (no not THAT Engelbert Humperdinck). The shift is occasioned because Metropolitan labor problems now have been settled and a live performance of "La Boheme" has been set by the company for Jan. 24. Today's offering is on record. No report has been received here about when the first live broadcast will originate from New York. Lawrence Gallon, medical writer, will he interviewed on "The Common Cold" and discuss new developments in the fight against the ailment, at 4:15 today on KGER (1390). KWST (105.9 FM) will air 24 hours of music, without commercials, from 6 p.m. Christmas Eve to 6 p.m., Christmas Day. ANDY WILLIAMS, 7:30 p.m., Ch. 4. The Williams family, wife Claudine, children, and parents, brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, etc., plus the Osmond Brothers, celebrate the season together, as is customary on the program around Christmas. Ryan. A gang of thugs try to interfere in a narcotics arrest. 7 Lawrence Welk Show. The music makers are joined bj' their children and grandchildren in a family Christmas celebration. Norma Zimmer's sons join her in "Night Before Christmas," and Heidi Flqren plays harpsichord with her dad's accordion. 13 Roller Derby: Bay Bombers vs. Braves 9:00 P.M. 2 Green Acres. Eddie Albert, Eva Gabor. Pat Buttram. Getting his seed corn planted brings Oliver no end of problems. 4 Movie: "A Pocketful of Miracles," Bette Davis, Glenn Ford, Hope Lange, Arthur O'Connell, Peter Falk, Thomas Mitchell. Ann-Margret C6i). Frank Capra film of a Damon Runyon story dealing with an old apple-seller and her long-lost daughter. 9:30 2 Petticoat Junction. Kd- gar Buchanan, Frank Wilcox, Harry Hickox, Kay E. Kilter. Driving the golden spike in a ceremony linking Hooterville and Pixlfiy by rail, Joe accidentally strikes oil. 7 The Hollywood Palace. Perry Como is host for a Christmas show featuring Diahann Carroll, Shecky Greene, dancer Edward Villella, and Burr Tiilstrom with Kukla and Ollie. 9 Philbin's People, Regis Philbin, Carol Burnett, Hugh Hefner, Pamela Mason, Pat O'Brien, Robert VV. Morgan 1,1 The Buck Owens Show 28 Circle of T,ighls, Peto Seeger and friends ( R ) . Christmas songs salui- ing brotherhood of men. 10:00 P.M. 2 Mannix, Mike Connors, Alex Dreier, Gene Raymond, Anita Louise. Harry Carey, Richard Davalos. Mannix follow? up 3 random rnt» that almost costs him his life, and finds the owners have the only strong motives in the theft of a championship race horse. S Ha! Kishman Report 11 News, John Marshall 13 Bill Anderson Show 34 Boxing from Mexico 10:30 5 Contact IV: Christmas with Oral Roberts, Anita Bryant, Sen. Mark Hatfield (R-Ore.). 7 Bill Bonds, News 11 *A!ec Guinness Film Festival: "The Promoter," Valerie Hobson, Glynis Johns 13 Kitty Wells Show 28 'Toy That Grew Up: "Behind the Front" 11:00 P.M. 2 Clete Roberts Report 7 ABC Weekend News 9 Movie Game. S. Fox 13 'Have Gun. Will Travel 11:15 2 'Movie: "The Bishop's Wife." Cary Grant. David Niven, Loretta Yoimg. Monty WooHey ('47). Amusing comedy fantasy. 7 Movie: "Halls of Montezuma," Richard Widmark, Jack Palance 11:30 5 *Movie: "Sinner's Holiday," Randolph Scott 9 'Movie: "House on 92nd St.," Lloyd Nolan 13 Larry McCormick news 11:45 4 KNBC Newservice 13 *Movie: "20 Brave Men," Cary Wery 12 MIDNIGHT 4 KNBC Newservice 12:15 4 Sat. Night Tonight (R) with Vanessa Redgrave; Hines, Hines and Dad; Ewa Aulin, Slappy White, Jan DeRuth 12:30 11 'Men in Crisis: "Grant vs. Lee" 1:00 A.M. 2 'Movie: "When the Daltons Rode," Randolph Scott 11 Movies: "Jungle Book." "From Istanbul: Orders to Kill" and "Valley of the Doomrd" 1:4S 7 Adventure! of Seaspray FM STATIONS KAK-7W KFI-MO KGIL-12M KMK-710 KtU-lllv KAI-14M KFOX-17M KGKI-900 KNX-1070 KTYM-14M KIIG-740 KFWI-9W KHJ-930 KOGO-MO KWIZ-1480 KIM-ISM KGIS-1QM KKM-1220 KKM.-1540 KWKW-1300 KMY-15M K6H-13M KIEV-170 KHl-1370 KWOW-MOO KEZY-11W KGFJ-1230 KUC-S70 KRKD-11SOXEM-1MO KFAC-1330 XTKA-690 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1969 6 p.m., KFI--NCAA Basketball: USC at Houston 8 p.m., KABC--NHL Hockey: North Stars at Kings FCC PROBES SIX TV FIRMS WASHINGTON UP) -- The Federal Communications Commission has kicked off an investigation of broadcast operations of the parent companies of six major radio and television station licensees. The FCC said Wednesday it will probe prlblems rased by ownership of broadcast stations by conglomerates and other companies with nonbroadcast enterprises. Questionnaires sent to the six firms call for submission of documents containing their instructions to broadcast subsidiaries. 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