The Times from San Mateo, California on October 31, 1972 · Page 23
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Tuday, Oct - 31, 1972. IZ - ty HimtS San Mateo - 23 Television SCREENINGS Bob Foster CBS will have hockey on the air this year after all, Lata last week, CBS signed a contract with the World Hockey League to carry eight games of the newly formed league. During the second year or the contract, CBS agrees to carry at least 10 of the games and the third season all or anv games played by the league will be available to CBS. In an effort to make the games more exciting, the new league will use the sudden death overtime periods so that there should be a minimum of tie games. Presently there are four Canadian teams and eight American teams in the league. More than 60 NFL players have defected to the new league including Bobby Hull of the Chicago Blackhawks and Derek Sanderson, from the Boston Bruins. IT APPEARS THAT pay television is going to be tried again in California. Last week Kaiser Broadcast - Ing of Oakland announced that it had sold its Los Angeles UHF station, KBSC - TV, to Pay Television Corporation. According to a spokesman for Pay Television, just as soon as the transfer was approved by the FCC, the company would apply to operate a pay television system. The system "would be the Zenith system which transmits a scrambled signal. A decoding box activated by an IBM card would unscramble the pictures. Rumors persist that, pay television is about to come to San Francisco as well. THE AWARD WINNING "Brian's Song" starred James Caan as the late Brian Piccolo d the Chicago Bears football team and Billy Dee Williams as the recently retired Gale Savers of the same team. Those who saw the show last fall will probably want to see the show again. Those who missed it are being given an opportunity to see one of television's better efforts. It has been acclaimed by many, including President Nixon, who called it "one of the great movies of our time." I can't think of any television show which has received almost unanimous approval from the nation's television critics. "Brian's Song" will be reshown November 21 at 8:30 p.m. on "Movie of the Week" on ABC (KGO - TV). NEARLY A YEAR AGO after studying the results of the annual San Mateo Times TV and Radio Foil, l called several people in management at KPIX to get their reaction to the fact that KGO - TV had become the most popular station as far as news was concerned. I was referred to the last ARB rating book which showed the station in first place. When I Indicated to them that the poll had always been very accurate in detecting trends 1 was laughed at. Almost from that time on, and especially after David Frost left the air, KPIX's news took a real nose dive. In fact, it happened so fast that the station was caught, short. The station ascertained that what was needed was! a vounger look and two of the long time newsmen on1 the" station, John Weston and Rod Sherry, were, dropped. KPIX management searched the nation for a likely candidate to fill Weston's boots. They found him in New Orleans. He was handsome and could read beautifully. The only trouble with young Joe Glover is the fact that he doesn't come over in a very convincing manner as a newsman. If a newsman looks like and acts like a newsman, and probably has a long journalistic background, he'll convince his' viewers, even if he is not the best talker In the world. People are far more interested in authoritative newsmen than they are in attractive lads. Ron Magers is KPIX's ace. He is a good looking young man, but at the same time he is a newsman. A little more of him on the air wouldn't hurt. The decision to put Ed Arnow on the air on the nighttime show was a smart move. Ed is just the kind of guy we were describing, a real newsman. The Times is not responsible for changes made by stations in1 their program schedules. All movies are in color except those marked (B). Tonight PALSI Dream of Jeannie 4 - Newi 5 News 7, Il - News 9 Your Future Is Now 14 International Performance 20 Noticiero 20 36 Movie: ''Red Garters" (1954) A satire about a cow - poke who rides into the town of Paradise Lost. Rosemary Clooney, Jack Carson 44 The Fllntstones Hour 6:30 P.M. - 2That Girl 4 News - 1:MP.M, - 4 The Bold Ones 9 Behind The Lines 14 Interaction JO La Gata 44 Movie: "The Revenge of Frankenstein" (195B) Baron Frankenstein joins forces with a small town German doctor. Peter Gushing, Francis Ma thews - 9:10 r.M. - 5 Movie: "The Dunwieh Horror" A demon lares a coed Into his rituals. Sandra Dee Dean Stockwell (1970) 9 Black Journal 9:55 P.M. 35 - News 10: 00 P.M. S News 4 NBC Reports 7, 11 Marcus Welby, M.D. 9 Candidates Night 0 Cadenas De AngusHa 3SThe Merv Griffin Show "Trial Run" Frandseus, (1989) Leslie 7 Movie James Nielsen 9 The Electric Company .U News 20 Angelftos Negros - 7:00 P.M. 3 1 Love Lucy 4 Wide Wonderful World 5 News 9 News 11 Pondeross 14 Health Education 20 El ShowDel Loco Valdez 44 The Hogan's Heroes Hour - 7:30 P.M. Z Dragnet 4 - You Asked For It 5 - Half The George Kirby Comedy Hour: Teresa Gravs - 7:45 P.M. - 14 Child Psychology , - 8; 00 P,M. 2 Movie: (B)' "Scared Stiff" (1953) A comedy about a sing er and his bus boy friend who flee from a murder charge, Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis 4 Bonanza 5 Maude 7, 11 Temperatures Rising 20 La Cruz De Maritza Cruzes 38 - Movie: (B) "Stagecoach (1939! About the reactions of a group of stagecoacn passen gers under Indian attack John Wayne, Claire Trevor 41 The Avengers 8:30 P.M. 5 Hawaii Five - 0 7, 11 Movie: "Bounty Man" A iwuiv.v nun Lei is obsessed with finding the man who caused the death ol his wife. Clint Walker, Richard Basehart '9 Dateline America 14 Buying Game HI 20 Do Re Mi LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES Carr, McClallan, IngorsDIi, Thpmpon Horn. A - .tvs. NOTICE OF HEARING PiTITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 5070 b IN THE f UPEniOR COURT OF THE STATE Or CALIFORNIA. IN A.KTJ KOR THE COUNTY OF SAN MATEO. l - ;tr.Y s f ior Waring an jNpvemner v. W - " "' ir.t Dtpjrtmenl of the Proba - .u Judge of th bov entitled Court, :n the HiH of Justipe and Kseorfls, Bsdwoad Sty, esUfamia. Dated: Cot. 27. !S73 (Stall MABVIN CHURCH, Clerk ot Ej(d Court ?y XllMbetD TnsHa. , Deputy CJiJK (Endorsed Piled Oct. 27. 1B72 MARVIN CHUIUSH. County CJerH. by EUibeth Tsnafca, Benutv Clerk. Carr. McClellari, Ineurspll. Thoitip - inn Hor:h, 218 PrK earn. Caltinrrvla 0 - iOlO. Alior Lnndels, Ripley . Diamond. AMyf FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAM? STATEMENT No. 17513 38:5011 Is doing bnsl POULTHY COMFA - Mariposa Drive - , I - : I; - . it C - , Ifrrnia V.';1 ' - o 3m:, va So i. tli S;i:i Fi - anclsm r - ,il:f ivma MOID. WAYNE SHIPPING CORPORA TION, a Co Worn Ore - .. - .: ao The Barbarv Coast Timet 36 Movie: (B) "It Happened Tomorrow" (1944) A reporter is sole to - predict tomorrows new; today. Dick Powell, Liu - da Darnell 44 Movie; (B) "The Screaming Skull" (1958) The mysterious happenings in an eerie house terrifies s young bride. John Hudson.. Peggy Webber - 13 MIDNIGHT 2 Alfred Hitchcock Presents - :S0A.M. - 2 News - 1:06 A.M. 4 - Nisws 7 News SS - Movie: (B) "Rhythm On The Range" (1938) An heiress climbs into a box car - to escape from a loveless mar riage, Bing Crosby, Martha Raye 1:30 A.M. 5 Death Valley Day - J: 45 A.M. - 3S Movie: (B) "Sealed Cargo1 (19M) An exciting sea drama of h Danish shis abandoned Edward G. Robinson, John Garfield 4:30 A.M. 3$ - Movle: (B) "Silent Conflict (1945) A fake doctor drugs Lucky and makes him steal cattle assocja - ticn money. WU liam Boyd, Amiy Ciyde Wednesday "(Jow.awordfram our sponsor." - 10:30 P.M. 4 Political - 11:00 P.M. - 5 - WUd WUd West 4 News 5 News 7, 11 Newt 9 News 20 The Paisley Teahouse 14 Sland Up and Cheer Vincent Price - 11:30 P.M. - 4 Tonight Show 5 Movie: "The Mummy (1959) A mummified giant walks the earth again. Chris Gopher Lee, Peter Dishing 7 The Dick Cavett Show 11 Movie: (B) "Son of Fran kenstein" (1939! Boris Karloff, Basil Rathbone S New V.M. - CLINT WALKER, as a stern man riding the bounty hunter's trail, finds himself becoming involved with an outlaw's girl - friend, played by Margot Kidder, in "The Bounty Man," a Western adventure on the ABC Television Network's "Tuesdav Movie of the Week" tonight at 8:30 o'clock on KGO - TV (7). " . Television Highlights Maude, KPIX (5) - Van Johnson guest - stars as an ex - suitor of Maude in a flashback sequence. 8 p.m. Hawaii Five - O, KPIX (5) Keena.i Wy - nn appears as the trusted friend ot a CJimese dip lomat 'targeted tor assassina tion. B:30 p.m. The Bold Ones, KRON - TV - (4) - A voting doctor renews a romance with his former girlfriend ar.d - discovers she is living wilh another woman in a lesbian relationship. 9 p,m. CBS Tuesday Movie. "The D - umvich Horror," KPIX (5) A demon in human form (Dean SlockweQ) lure a young woman Sandra Dee) into his attempt to evive the spirits of the dead, The late Ed Begley also stars as a proiessor ot t - ne occurc. vyirn Sain Jalfe. 9:30 p.m. Marcus Wslby, M.D.. KGO - TV (71 a youriE woman atricksn with multiple sclerosis feels she wau - ld toe an rosurmomuaoie burden Lo 'her husband, a pian - !sl - coraposer, and decides to leave him. lfl p.m. 3 Sunrise Semester 7nie Painter's Art - S110A.M. - 4 New (Tues,, Thurs. only) - :15 A.M - Newt (Mon., Wed., Fri. Thurs, only) - 4:39 A.M. 4 Ccllefe of the Air (Mon Wed., Fri. only) - Sut Yung Yinj Yee 7 Dunbar'E A.M. - 7 A.M. - !Jack LaLsnne 4 Today Show 5ews A.M. - 4Election '72 - 7;30 A.M. - 2 News 4 Today Show 14 Education Programming (Except Fn.) - 7:45 A.M. 3 Religion Today - S A.M. 2 Cartoon Town 5 Captiin Kangaroo - S:Z5 A.M. 4 Newsign: News .program the deaf - :30 A,M. - 3 - Romper Room 4 Today Show 7 - Movie 11 The New Zoo Reviie U Educational ProgrammlBgl - 9 A.M. - 4 Dinah's Place 5 - The Joker's Wild 9 Sesame Street 11 Jack LaUuwe 14 Instructional Programs - 8:39 A.M. - a - The New Price Is Right 4 Concentration 5 Tbe Bently Aifair H Movie - 1A.M. - ' l - Gambit 4 Sale of the Century J Tbe Electric Company - 10:15 A.M. - 7 - Newi - 10:30 A.M. - 3 Mayberry RFD 4 Hollywood Squares 5 Love Of Life 7 Truth or Consequences - 11 A.M. - 2 Motbers - Iii - Law 4 .Jeopardy 5 - Where The Heart Is 7 To Tel! The Truth - 11:15 A.M. 11 - Stretch and Sew Thurs. on ly) - 11:25 A.M. - 44 - Ttae Wonderful Stories oi Professor Kitiel - 11:30 A.M. 2 Flying Nun 4 Who, What or Where Game 5 Search For Tomorrow 7, 11 Bewitched 44 San Francisco Today Hi 55 A.M. 4 News - 12 NOON - IS The Phil Donahue Show 4 News 5 News 7, 11 Password 44 The New Zoo Revue 12:30 P.M. 4 The Days of Our Lives 5 As The World Turns 7, 11 Split Second 44 Yogi Bear Show - 1 P.M. - 2 - Movie 4 Doctors - Guiding Light 7, 11 All My Children 44 Movie - 1:20 P.M. 36 The Community Spe. (Except Mon.) 1:30 P.M. 4 Another World 5 The Edge of Night 7, 11 - Let's Make A Deal 3ft - Yoga For Health - 2 P.M. - 4 Return To Peyton Place 5 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing .... 7, 11 Newiywed Game 30 The Mike Douglas Show - 2:30 P.M. 5 Secret Storm 7. 11 Dating Game 44 - Hazel - 3 P.M. - 2 - Family Affair 4 Three On A Match 5 The Mike DouglHS Show 7, 11 General Hospital 14 Programming For Elementary School Teachers 44 - JCimba - 3:30 P.M. - 2 Charley and Humphrey Good Stuff Hour 4 Dick Van Dyke 7, 11 One Life To Live 20 Kitchen Carousel (Wed. on ly) 44 The Banana Splits Hour - 3:55 P.M. - 36 - News - 4 P.M. - 4 Tbe New Merv Griffin Show 7 Love, American Style 9 Sesame Street 11 It Takes A Thief (Dick Vin Dyke. Wed. only) 14 The Electric Company 20 Canto De Meicico 36 - Movie 44 Bugs Bunny 4:10 P.M. 2 Flipper S - Movie 7 News (ABC After School Special, Wed. only) 11 ABC After School Special (Wed. only) 14 Misterogers' Neighborhood 20 Comicos Y Canctones 44 Popeye - 4:50 P.M. 44 The Three Stooges - 5 P.M. - 2 GilHgan's Istand 0 Misterogers' Neighborhood 11 Dick Van Dyke (Exeept Wed,) 14 - Sesame Street 20 Natacba - 5:10 P.M. - tCartoon S:3fl P,M. - 2 Nanny And The Profeiior 4 News 7 - News 9 The Electric Company 11 Beat The Clock 44 Speed Racer - 5:55 P.M. - 35 - News i j c3r.ee. cony oi tlis anginal ilc (n my office. (Stall LBvin wun, of the Iata Comity, Clcrlt. NEWSWATCH mBI THE Bay Area Radio BIG 4 where :hs re'.vs ro - riss f .rst KRON - TV CLASSICAL MUSIC PCHI (1550), KIBE (1240) SPANISH LANGUAGE KOPT (1050), JCF - AX (UQD) COUNTRY AND WESTERN KEEN (1370) - , KSAY ( 1010) ALL NEWS KCBS (740) NEWS NOTE Most local radio stations have nolkv ot carrying news re. ports at lesst once an hour tin the bom' - and some evry 20 ta mmute.,5, hroufiliout me nay. , MUSIC AND PERSONALITY KSKO (.m Kliz.) - Jim Lange (6 j.m. - 10 a.m.); Pelei Scott. (10:05 - 12 Noon); Dicki McGarvin f 12:05 p.m. - 4 p.rilj; Twj McCravern (4:05 p,m. - 8;QC p.m.j; Gee NaisDji tB:uap.m, - 1? Midnight); EussSyraousfl W midnighit - 5;30 a. pi.) KNBR - (MO Khz.) - Frnk Dill (8 a.m. - 10 a.m.); Mike Cleary (TO - 3 - p.m.); JacH Hayes (3 p. - m, - 7 p.m.); Dave Nrles7 p.m.'l! Midndt); Les WiMaflos (12 midnigint - 6 a.m.). KNEW (910 Khz.) Ron Key r.oldg (6 a.m. - lO a.m.); Pen Gharnberlaiii (10 a,m. - 3 p.m.); Tom Campbell (2 p.m. - s p.m.); Ron Iyons (Sp.m. - Wp - m.); BUI Collins (in p.m, - 2 a.m.); mos Ralelyfli (2 a.m. - 6 a.m.). KFRC (610 Khz.j - Jim Car son (6 am. - IO a.m.); Bobb ean UD K.m. - 2 p.m.); Eok Foster (2 p.m. - fi p.m.j; Erie Chase (6 p.m. - 10 p.m.); Tom Kamied - y (10 - p.m. to 1 a.m. J; 1 Johnson (1 a.m.6 a.m.j. MIDDLE OF THE ROAD MUSIC KABL (W), KXRX (1500) NEWS AND TALK SHOWS KGO (S10 Khz.) LEGAL NOTICES JTATfMENT No. 1734 r.t .r us - vtL.S.TOCK MAN P ACT'lJUINQ' ' 3t flt" Warfingtor. ATI? Wmils business opTiduptsd to s a Ev aOBEET C. STOCKTON flERTIFlCATIOM I hereby e'rti!y Um. the fpr(pUW is a' correct cipy of ohe ojfffflMi on Br Ioj L, Mours, PWMly , Knrfcrsdi Tilsri in the omcc of Iht Caunly r - ; o 5r Mat ato' County Dv'l - ?rr.in h. 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