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RACINE JOURNAL - TIMES ! 0 Taesday, Sept. 12, 1961 1 EXPERT TV & RADIO SERVICE 1- TV 1 S ENGINEERS $ Television and Radio Programs PANTOMIME is in the Comedy Spotlight as Harpo and Chlco Marx co-star in a romp in which Harpo, dressed as a police officer, arrives at the scene of Ch-co's crime in a sedan painted to resemble a police car. Scenes in the re-run lead to Harpo Marx murdered a policeman . andcisco Beat (9 p.m., channel 9) i J - 1 : A i : a l ! 'Sus "LC lu u,c tu,c m n" STRUGGLES and ambitions coa Presents (9 p.m., channels Lf immlgrants ,iving on New Fact Hurl no thp ANONYMOUS TIPSTER warns police that a bomb is .set to explode at noon, but he doesn't say where on San Fran- early days of the century is the subject of the film, "My Girl Tisa" (10:15 p.m., channels 2,12).' TELEVISION (C.D.T.) Tues. Evening Your Foresight Is 20 20 If You Open A Savings Account With Us 7 00 PM 2-12 Father Knows Best S on PM -v Rifleman imnrnha Kind Cartoon Alley Sea Hunt ... y " 1Racij and Hl Friend i 10 Anatomv ol Conclusions (8-0rlielcl Ooost Ri-voluUon- . . S 35 PM 1 Bib Game Hunt -. p. m. cnanneisii Bold journc? i 11s pm I, 1n 6 30 PM -Oolf Tips " Z, 12). ' 4 Judy'a Notebook 7:20 PM -Rocky And His Friends Bports c-t ixrniK- .l. e -.7 -News 7:30 PM aunvtiiiMU me years oi a 13-Adventure Tim great American, the Story of j 'V45 Will Rogers from rodeo days!-gy-Br,ni"t to beloved commentator Is thel'""?, or or. , , The Olovables subject of a Bob Hope narrated " Jack Bricuioua special (8 p.m., channels 4, 5). ""ssopm Is Len O'Connor icolorl KILLER comes in hot pur-jjNews 56 PM suit of . stage in Stagecoach 6New' 'mtpM West (8 p.m., channels 6, 7). 4""g"A', We"lher' S News. Weather DYNAMIC labor leader rises -ExPedition to, power in . ip-nf in nn imar i s FiavnOUSe yU S Yol Bear "The Rank and File." The re run stars Van Heflin (8:30 p.m., channels 2, 12). SPECIAL report on a confer ence of Uncommitted Nations including a profile of Yugo slavia highlights an hour long special (9 p.m., channels 4, 5). WELSH BANKER says he 1 WMJN i Advert twmtMiU tjaj I'ollc Ki Ino FEEDER CABLE At least half of the television sets in this area would have bet ter television pictures if the lead-in cable from the an tenna would be replaced. Over the years, this wire gets brittle and cracks, and th e insulation wears off. You usually tan notice signs of this trouble if your TV set crackles and white flashes appear on the screen during a wind storm. The TV signal through these worn-out cables is not constant, and causes poor reception. Phone ME' 3 -76 13 for this kind of TV maintenance, or any kind of TV or electronic service. SQUARE DEAL TV is qualified by formal training, experience and the use of modern, 'efficient equip-ment to satisfy your every electronic problem. You'll like our services as your neighbor does. In STEREO 9:00 - 10 P.M. TONIGHT'S SHOWS :00 PM-News 6 0S PM Rhythm at Random :30 PM News ot Racine 8 44 PM Alex Dreier. News 8 54 PM-World News 8 00 PM Edward Morgan. News . 8.15 PM Paul Harvey. News 8.20 PM 8 peaking of HDoru 6:30 PM B ports Review 8:44 PM John Cameron Swayra and the Weather 8:50 PM-Music In The Air 7 00 PM Polka Time "THE MUSIC HALL" . i In STEREO 0 t A 10:00 PM News ' WEDNESDAY'S SHOWS 6 1 AM -lop O' The Morning .10 AM News and Buorts 6 3b AM-Top O' The Momma 8 50 AM Ravine Road and News Report 6:55 AM-News Around We World 7 10 AM -Top O' The Morning 1:21 AM Lucky license Tim 7 30 AM News 7:35 AM Wisconsin Weaiher 7:40 AM Little Red Book 7:45 AM News I Oil AM Party Line 8 46 AM Local News f 50 AM Paul Harvey. News 8 56 AM World News ( 00 AM Breakfast Club 10 00 AM Words and Muslo 10 30 AM Ladles Air Journal 10 55 AM -World News 11 no AM -THllInu Union Orove II 15 AM -Burllimton News II 50 AM - Music al Qulx 11 55 AM-World News i 00 Noon Paul Harvey, News 12 14 PM-News 12 35 PM-You Can't Lose 1 05 PM-World News I TO PM-Mumc Maestro 1 55 PM-World News 2 00 PM -Flair 2 55 PM-World News 3 00 PM MuMc Maestro 3 30 PM l-ocal and mate News 2:35 PM Bhow Tune MatlnM 3 54 PM-World News 4 00 PM - Polish Hour LJD IkJ AM una on your dial Wtjr I M unit on your dial Amrrlran Hrnadrsstinf Co. and WUrnnstn Network 18 Hawkeve 6:15 PM 2 Douglas Edwards 4 Huntley-Brinkle 6:25 PM 6 -News And Weather 6:30 PM 2 Jim Backus 4-6 Laramie 6-7 Bugs Bunny Dick Tracy 10 Discovery 12 Sea Hunt It West Point 2-12--Dobie Glllls 4-S Alfred Hitchcock Presents 6-7-Wyatt Earn -King of Diamonds 10 Maple Leaf Country is union Pacmc 00 PM 2-12 Comedy Spotlight 4-5 Thriller 6-7 -Stagecoach West Cimarron Citv 10 Pood For Life -18 Caltfornlans 8:30 PM 2-12 Playhouse 60 10 Biblical Masterpieces 18 Wrestling :0fl PM 4 -Will Roiiers Sory 4 The Uncommitted 6-7 Alcoa Present," 8an Francisco Beat 10 Philosophies of Education 30 PMi 6 Blue Angels 7 Walter Winchell Flla ' Rendezvous 10 Art of Theatra 18 Decoy 10:00 PM 5 News. Weather. Sports Icolorl Newa 18--Debbie Drake 10 10 PM 6 Weather 10:l PM J Pllm. "My Olrl Tiva' H!ll Palmer 4 Jim Backus i Jack Paar icolorl Film. "Weekend at the Waldorf (linger Rogers. Lana Turner 7 Film. "None Shall Escape" Marsha Hunt i Film. "In the Oood Old Summertime ' Judy Garland. Van Johnson - - 12 M-Souad 18 Film, "Accent on Love Oeorge Montgomery 10:45 PM 4 Tonight In Milwaukee 12 Suspicion 11:00 PM 4 Jack Paar loolor) 11:46 PM 7 Marty Pay 12 Dr. Brothers 18 Bruce Kanltz Reports 12:00 Midnight 4- 5-News 6 TV Chapel 12:10 AM J Film "Grand Central Murder" Van Heflin 6 Len O'Connor 12:14 AM 5 Big Btory Late News 12:44 AM 4 AsMsnment Foreign Legion News 1:15 AM 9 1 Led Three Lives Wed. Morning 6:05 AM 2 Thought for th Day 6:10 AM 2 Early Report 6 15 AM 2 Parm Report 4 Today's Meditation 6:20 AM 4 Town and Farm 6:30 AM 2 Seminar 61 6:35 AM 5 America Abroad 0:45 AM 5 Meditation 6:50 AM 4 Town and Farm 7 A Matter of Living 7:00 AM 2 Popeye Today 7:25 AM 5 Newa icolorl 7 News 7:30 AM 7 -Clock-A-Doodle Day Farm-City Forecast 7:40 AM TV Chapel Channel? WBBM-TV Channel 4 ' WTMJ-TV Channel S WNBQ-TV Channel 6 WITI-TV Channel 7 WBKB-TV Channel WON-TV . Channel 16 WMVS-TV Channel It WI8N-TV Channel IS WX1X-TV 5 News, Weather 6 Expedition Brave Stallion 18 Men of Annapollf 6:15 PM 2 Douglas Edwardi Huntley-Brinklev 6:25 PM I Newa And Weather 6:30 PM 1-12 Malibu Run 4-4 Wagon Train 6-7-12 Hong Kong Dick Tracy IB East Side Kids 7:00 PM ---; -;--"7. V-. . . . George Irving, 8,7, Dies; Movie Actor, Director HOLLYWOOD IrP) George Irving, 87, an actor: and director of stage and screen for 50 years, is dead. of, a. heart attack. Irving, who succumbed Monday, was born in New York City. In his early stage days he was a leading man to actress Maude Adams. . Entering the movie industry in 1913, he directed many, films for various studios and . then returned to acting in character roles. He directed, among others, Ethel, Lionel and John Barry- more. Irving had been in re tirement the past 10 years. rr Ul HWr. to WAKII AVI. ME 8-693 OPEN 7:80 SHOW AT DUSK. f ACTOR ON THE MEND German actor Hurst Bucholz, recovering from injuries suffered in an auto accident Aug. 29, played a game of solitaire in a Munich, Germany, hospital. With him was his wife, Miriam Bru. , ap wirephoto TV Still Man's World; Actors More Successful probably the fourth or fifth of the series. jmi i m j an mm i i ' ': t Plus... 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Tyron Power 10:44 PM 4 Tonight In Milwaukee 12 Five Fingers 11:00 PM 4 Jack Paar 11 44 PM 12 Dr Brothers 18 -Bruce Kanltr. Reports 11 40 PM 2 Film "An American Romance" Brian Donlevy By Cynthia Lowry HOLLYWOOD & What ever else television may or may not be, it is still a man's world. Estimates of the proportion of employed actors compared with actresses run from a conservative 6-to-l to 15-to-l. -The reason for this, of course, is the classic format of weekly shows. Producers like un married heroes for the action shows. Then they hire one pretty girl per week to drift into and out of his life. With very few exceptions, the big stars of television are men. This approaching season looms as one which is even tougher than usual on actresses who appreciate steady emnlov- ment. One of the luckv few iwo u.s. man coats mane who have landed a solid, reg-j daily deliveries over a 65-milej ular part in a new series isi route on Lake wmnipesaukee troops, people started thinking of me as a singer who could act and play straight for comedians. "Now, finally, I'm back as an actress. I play Grace Sherwood, a widow in her mid 30s, on the look-out for a man but not a man-hunter. I'm the owner of a restaurant at a, bus stop and "it's a good format the stories are about people passing through." And if you don't think the TV uses up material at a frightening rate, note this: The plot which made "Bus Stop" a successful play and movie will provide just one TV show Wed. Afternoon 12 00 Noon 2-8 News 4 Carousel 18-Your Neighbor 4 45 PM 4 Huntlev-Brlnkley Report "l en O'Connor (color) -Wirard Of Os 7 The Olovables Jack Brlckhnuse 8:55 PM 2 News 5 Newa lcolor 8:00 PM 4-12 News Weather. 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