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August 14, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 49

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v. n . ... ' THE -T V JO XJRNAL AUGUST 14 - 20 : TV CBOT 4 - 2.00 Billboard. . 2.15 Feature Film. . 3.57 Afternoon Edition. " 4.00 RCMP. 430 Vacation Time. 5.30 Space, the New- Ocean, a 6.00 Metroscope. ; ' - 630 Maritime Gazette.. '' ,-, 7.00 News.. ' - 7.15 Ottawa Edition. '7.25 Newt in' Sportt " ; 730 Dr. FuKflay Casebook. - 830 Singalong, Jubilee, , '-; 9.00 Red Skelton Show. - -10.00 Under One Roof. - : ! 1030 Explorations i , t-.n yi tPNew. Viewpoint. i Oi Night Final - v " ' - 1138 Sports Time. V .':' U36--Fred Astaire Presents. CJOH 13 AND78 , . : 130 Goocr Afternoon. '-. v ' . '. 1.40 Treasure Trackdown. 3.10 Coffee club. . " . 4.10 Picture Page. ? -y H ,!; , 430 News, Preview. '::jy'S-- . ' 430-rAsk . John.'' .--f: J: ' 530 The Invisible 1' " - .00 TV Bingo; ;" . ;, . . 1 .. y 630 Mystery Theatre -' - 1 7.20 News, Weather. ';:.7 730 Monday Movie. X, 'V. 4 9.00 McHale's Navy. . 930 The TauB.-; -: -43 i'.fc'S ? 10.00 Dr. Kildare. , 11.00 CTV "News.1'-' -t?:;; 1 L15 Night ' Beat I ".; d. 1 . 11.40 Best of Berton:';''?::ii;'' 1 12.00 Picture Page. . ' 12.10 Bible Readings. 1230 Bible Readings. ';.' 3 37 Premier bulletin. V' ' 330 Long Metrage. ; 5.00 Ulysse et Oscar. ' .J 530 Ouragan. . J- i- 6.00 Mes trois fits. 630 Tdejournal. Kv, I J 6.43 Bulletin local j . ' 6JS3 Ouol de 9? tt p . 7.00 AujourdhuL V.V 8.00 Rouli-Roulant .. .. ; 1 . .uv ocinww csuvttic. . 930 Premier Prix. . 10.00 Copain Copain. . 1030 Tdejournal. V ' , J0.44 Dernlere edition.' Vi'-10.50 Sportive. V yi ' 'U.00 Un taspecteur senti-, . ' mental. v'':- WGNY T v WATERTOWN 8.40 News. . I,- 8.45 British Calendar.-9.00 Capt Kangaroo. , 10.00 News. ?.. 1030 Price U Right. , FREE FREE Whea y lola mt Bnm ; Maste Library ru. f FHOIOS ANTTIMB . 233-7797-S ' JLmJCl3 ImC CC mLii3 - Ottawa 1M, . : jf : ; i v SSI .- ;. ' ' ;. : " . - : - ' . ' ' 1 '-L 1 1 " ,H (.,ti I i i I t. H .VA' 11.00 Real McCoys. 1130 Pete and Gladys . 12.00 Love of Life. 1230 Search for lomorrow. 12.45 Guiding Lighu ; v ' ..'. 1.00 Father Knows Best. ? i jo As ue mjim. M - 2.00 Password. .. 230 4Iouseparty. ' 3.00 To Tell the Truth. , 330 Edge of Night. ;v 400 I'hr eciT airn ' 430 General Hospital. : i 3.00 The Early Show. . 6.00 Local News. : !" 630 News. J',':: 1 74X7-My Three Sons. ' 730 To Tell the Truth. v' .8.00 Tve Got a SecretfvV;'-,'; 830-Vacation Playhouse. ; 9.00 Danny Thomas. vV 930 Andy Griffith. 10.00 Ben Casey. . - y ).. 11X0 News, Sports.;' 'y 1130-Tbe Late Movie.' cndv s 2.00 PM Patio. ; ; ; 2.15 Turtle Sweepstakes v; ; 4.00 rcmp. ;.; : ; ?-y : 430 VacaUon Tune.,: 'i&'X' 530 Space, the New Ocean. ,6.00 TV Bingo. 0 ' in '-.1 .... 1 uv oporwvicw. . . : 6.40 Believe It or Not. 630 Newsdesk. 7.00 TBA. :, ':.i":,f'i1-: 730 Dr. Flnlay's Casebook.' o.w oingaiong jUDiiee. 9.00 Red Skelton. v , -, 10.00 Under One Roof. ' 103O4Andy Griffith. 11.00-ews. :-. ,,1122 Turtlo Sweepstakes. , 'i'Qcitws V 1.45 News, Weather. ; 2.00 Movie .111116? 'fyiy,. 30ummeri 'Sef ' ' fT4.00 RCMP. ';: 430-Vacatlon Time C t : 530 Space the New Ocean. 6.00 Mews, Weather, Sports. 630 Desilu Playhouse. r 1 730 Dr: Flnlay's Casebook. 830 Singalong. Jubilee. l : v 9.00 Red Skelton Show. : 10.00 Under One Roof. " -fj-1030 ExploraUons. i .- ;- . 11.00 News. ' ,j:'.'. 1135 Movie. r; ;i ' ; TV FOR ORIEm . ' NBC will spend np to 12 years helping Jn the establishment of U TV sUtions for Saudi. Arabia. Slim and Trim C': 0JDAY3 A WEEK V T FOR LADIES ; ' v ' & 10 AMJL to 9 PM. ' , - aoMMBa arxciat. 4,20. Lesson Only 523.00 AI.DY'S I1TALTII STU273S 479 BANX ST. 239-7379 I. j : CBOT Highlight! A 2.15 Matinee Feature Film. "Flame of Calcutta.- The setting Is India' 1750 and a ' tyrant is' opposed by a myt-. terlous people's champion known as The Flame; who Is in ' . reality a woman. . The stars are s Denlse Darcel," Patrick Knowles and Paul Cavanagh. ' ' . : 4.09 RCMP. . Three Big ; Men.' Suspicion and fear grip the people of Shamatawa when ' three big city gangsters pay an r unexpected visit to the town. , 839 Space; The New Ocean. ."Survival in Space Part 11. ' Here on Earth, we have a "dosed ecology.' .' This means " that all our life processes go on ' without ; the aid : of.1 anything from outside the earth, except, of course, for' the energy of the -sun's light and heat A c'.osed ecology in a space ship is a ' . problem that has yet to be com. ; pletdy solved. This program V deals with, complex cells that . are being developed by . scien-, "lists to handle the whole eco V logical problem.' The problem " of providing recreation and. relaxation in space is also con; . Sidered. '--1. y::' 9M Metrwcopa. rWhere , ; Are We Nowr. A final look at - bow far things have progressed. , and the lnanyobstacles expect-, ed t monetary - considerations, -7 space allocations; and. the hope for the success of Expo '47. ; 39 larttlme Gazette. A public affairs program covering ; events and people jf .note' and , interest ; ' 739 Drj flnlayi Casebook. ' "A Time for. Uughing." A hysterical , woman in fjfdie last ( stages of childbirth wanders ; jnto DrCamerop's bouse. After V-the-baby is born Cameron is told, by the mother that the, child is - notj her husband's. ; Cameron is faced with the difficult dechion of telling the truth , or lie.' ''JO -WOnT 9.09 The Red Skeltoa llour. Red Skelton's guests are Cesar Romero and the singing Kessler twins: (Alice and Ellen), from Germany. San Fernando' Red (Skelton) appears with Romero in a sketch entitled Red Fails in the Sunset in which the Kess-ler twins play beautiful native ; glrla,:-.'-:-'-;;.!; yurr-i' sur. -a 190)9 Under One Roof. 1"wo Generations.' Anna Cam-'"' eron talks with Dr. . Garnet ' Hamblin, Toronto pediatrician, and Dr. Paul Steinhauer, psy. ' chiatrist Te enagers and mothers are interviewed on ; film. They talk about, when some children enter their teens, there aro new stresses as well as opportunities.' Also, social changes have' added to the' strain. ' ' ' v"-. - : . 1137 The Fred Astaire Theatre. -Five, Six, Pick-up Sticks." Mickey Rooney and John " Forsythe are; the stars of this drama about a drummer whose . ; guilt complex hampers progress , of a newly formed band. .. To TeM The Truth r will oot be returning to CTVs nighttime schedule in the7 Fall; however, it Is expected that the program will be seen ' m a daytime version on many Canadian stations beginning again m September. Producer Syd Banks has completed more than 100 episodes of To Tell The Truth. , f ' . - . , . - Behind the CI rches Of Ball Commentators By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPJ) The baseball fan who tunes in tele- 1 vision or radio may sometimes ; ' get. the suspicion, that there is a slight gap between what the' sportscaster is saying and actu- J! ally thinking. 4 '-' ,, These sportscasters - are - not always entirely dispassionate in ' their feelings toward' the teams they cover regularly since they are often affiliated with them, so one must use some imagination in trying tocoajni'e up .their true emotions. It is pos- sible the following examples , , may not be too far from the contrast of the sportscaster' s words and his actual thoughts: . The words: 'We're seeing an-other great pitching contest." The thought: ."These bum hitters "couldn't ' connect . solidly with the broad side of 4 barn." : The words: !This is certainly ' a - hitter's day.,;-..', The thought: "The pitching suff was at twist Joint last ' night and couldn't see home t plate with a telescope." The words: :' "This' ; kid is a ; . streak hitter." - ; ' . ..The thought: '."He comes' alive ' , between November and March." The words: f Joe is a huge, powerful fellow who has a lot of potential and. Is be In g C brought along carefully.! ; ' v The thought: X "He's .halfway ' 1. ; through the alphabet and it's ( mBiiiniwaTnfWHitn f . w C J OH? Highlight ' 130 Good Afternaon. "The : United w Church The Rev. Daniel Mathieson, minister Jof - Westboro United Church, Ot-,tawa, deals with the history. . fakiv worship, government and missionary accomplishments of ' t the United Church in Canada. '..' ,v . 1.40 Treasure Tnickoawa. i "Stolen Heaven." Two j e w e 1 thieves imasduerade as m s I-i clans in a beer hall and try to ; cross the border ahead of .the law. Stars Gene Raym pad, Olympe Bradna and Lewis f Stone. -.?:.;-,;.-, ; 9.10 Ceffee Chu. Motidayo- ; Friday get-together with Jean Price. Bill . Luxton, Lloyd Mc- 1 Quiggia. Peter Parker and their guesu. -yy,, V'.-i ; ., 441 Ask John. Monday to y Friday featurt for the younger , viewers, wkh John C o a w ay. ; Syd Patrick aod Champ Cham- ' vague;, juira cnvcrwiiDOiem. dius ; JmsfWkNaV . , 930 ' ; The"; UvhUbla Man. r 'Tha Big Plot" When a canister of 1J-235 is found in a plane that crashed on its way to London, Peter, Brady suspects that A-bombs are being smuggled into ail world capitals, for later . detonation by radio signal. He arrange a special check at Customs, in case another canister ; Is brought in. Barbara Shelley and John. Amatt guest-star. IJO Efystery Theatre. The Third AlibL" Composer Norman Martell and bis girlfriend. Peggy Hill, plan the murder of Norman's wife.' Helen. Laurence Payne. Jane Griffiths and Pat. ricia Dainton star. .', ' : ..odds on he'll never make it all the way." . " The words: "Bob here Is an example of the new kind of intelligent young ballplayer who " 'has gone to college." . ' ' V. The thought "He excelled in tree - climbing, . contemporary .. pitchers and overnight hikes." The words: "Most people don't know it but Sam is a studious fellow who likes elassi-cal . music" . . - '"::C' . ' The thought: ' "He's read- . every comic book there is,, so .: he's now trying detective stories, and he's given up 4 k e Grand Ole Opry for Tennessee Ernie. Ford." , - , . , , ' The words: "WelL It's another loss for a real kard-luok .. pitcher.? . -. . The thoogbt: fThls guy's making (50.000 a year, loses two close games In a row and suddenly it's a tragedy." v ' The words:.! "Down in the bullpen, someone is getting -in 'ff. a little work." w' ;.; 7yyr, ; , The thought:' "Someone is . right It's been so long since that 4 bum's been in sa . game nobody even , remembers his 'name' ., ' The words:'. "Here's a fam- mous slugger who's hitting 370,- but he came t out . for added batting practice by himself this. morning." ' j;j: The-- thoughti r "Straight' from the nightclubs and after . houra piaces . mj noooay at ue. notel would know he was missing." places , so nobody at the. hotel r- 730 Monday Mavie. "Face of Fire." James Whitmore stars as Monk Johnson, who is fcandr-.v man A at - Dr.- Ned Trescdtt's , 'home and is beloved by all residents of aha smaM town where they live, especially by the doctor's - son Jimmie. ;:Re-i turning one night from a date ;iwkh his. fiancee, Bella Kovae. Monk finds the doctor's house on fire. H nunes in to save , tbe.boy, but in doing so his face Is so badly burned that be now becomes an object of , fear. Cameron Mitchell. Miko Oscard, JiU Donahue, Bettye Ackersaan . and Robert Simon also star. 1 M Mdl.lt's Navy. "Six Pounds from Paradise." Capt -Binghampton embarks '. on a v campaign to fatten up McHale. , hoping thereby to get aim ce- movea irom ius command on . velcal grounds. McHale , gets , counterplot having first enjoy-ed some of the captain's , epi-: : curean - offerings.. '. . ;, ;. ; . it The. Texaai 'T r a i 1 Dust" Rory Calhoun stars as Bill Longley, with Brian Don-levy portraying a veteran law-. ' man who is hired to protect a small town from the vengeance of a bandit gang. ; Dr. Kildare. Aa Ungodly Act" Douglas Fairbanks Jr. guest-stars as a doctor who. when charged by D. Kildare .with negligence in a child's deatii, tries to blackmail Kit-' dare into dropping the charge, using as a weapon aa innocent - - wiikdci i visit made by Kndare la a nurse's room. i'v

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