Star News, June 11, 1960, Page 16

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June 11, 1960

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Star-News (Newspaper) - June 11, 1960, Pasadena, California ITAMtiWS LET'S SEE NOW- Salutes June Graduates Millie 9, 7 p.m., (Jtt. 4 When a scientist looie aies en route ana An nie arrives in Virginia Bian 01 me uemot-raui convention 'in Los Angeles or TV- joint, Dan Adams with the help of 11 and the --Republicar LAWRENCE WELK, 6 investigator, is gi eh the job of preventing she sets up a res taurant. A sharpshooter in Chicago on Julj Ch. 7. The Champagne der as well as her hold on her makers salute June's happj young graduates by enacting to the words and music o "Sweetheart of the Higl-School Prom." The singing dancing couples taking part ir the production are Dianne Len non and Larry Dean, government secrets, in "Blow Gabriella." f PERRY MASON, p.m an heiress with two men claim ing to be her father 'become Perry's client in "The Case o the Flighty Father." BONANZA, p.m., in the ensuing struggle Annie finds that giving up the claim can lead to even greale gain, DICK, CLARK, p.m Ch. 7, Dick and the show take to the road with telecasts from Pittsburgh, Hollywood. 10 p.m., Ch. 2 Matt gets word that prospectoi Slim O'Dell was killed whilf robbing a stagecoach, but re f rains from telling the widow until he can locate the deac man's partner in crime. MUSIC FOR A SUMMED Lennon and 'Dick Dale, Ida Lupino guest and Chicago. In 10 .p.m., Ch. 7. "Tos Lennon and Bob Lido, the title role in' "The the city will Giacomo Puccini's classi Lennon and Maurice Annie O'Toole." Annie of the backdrop for study of passion anc Other selections to be heard bottle-loving father, 'pop' music artists. police power, is pre niglit include "The Sleeping Beauty "The O'Toole (John Pa strike out for the show comes from Pitts burgh, with the in an hour-long modern dress version set in the Rome Played "Catch a with a claim filed in suburban Mussolini, just prior tc Star" and "The Lunberg (Alan the War. II.' Annie's suitor. The Road, 8 p.m., Ch. 7 John Gunther shows the no madic life of an Eskimo in the role -of the actress-singer Floria Tosca is TV MOVIES in the Arctic Circles in "Eskimo Boy." Filmed in Opera -sqpranc Heida Krall, and as the secre the program captures the life and customs of chief Baron Scarpia Walter Casselll, acclaimed as (5) Devil's Island, Boris Karloff (13) Hannah Lee, Joanne Dm (2) Wagons Koll at Night, Humphrey juavis (2) Streets of Laredo, William Holden (7) Longhorn, Bill Elliott (4) Man From Colorado, Glenn Ford by following one fam ily from the birth of a son to his 20th year, when' his wife and young child sever'the family ties to head into .the vast- wilderness for. a life of their own. Viewers will of the greatest portrayers of -the -role! The -role 'of the painter Mario -Cavaraddssi is sung by tenor Davis Cunning ham. Appearing' as police of ficers Spoletta and Sciarrone are Maurice Stern and Ray (5) Johnny O'clock, Dick Powell (9) Public Enemy, James Cagney (13) Three Faces West, John A.itl. (5) Golden Boy, Bill Holden (9) Damsel in Distress, Fred Astaire (13) Passport the construction of an ig loo, home of the Eskimo, trap ping of foxes and the hunting if seals by Angotee and his father, -Singeetuk. "Music For a Summer Night" is produced, by Fred erick Heider. "Tosca" is di rected by Jack Sameth. (5) Black Arrow, Louis Rod and the Challenge, p.m., Ch. 4. Glenn (9) Moon Is (7) Too Late to driving p.m., Base Lee J. Lizabeth have killed five batter up and (13) Fighting Seabees, John (2) Super Sleuth, Jack as he researches high-vay sypnosis in the time: p.m., Dodgers vs. Cincinnati. (9) (9) Movies all Danger." He can't find any actor causing the KNX p.m., the of the Belmont Stakes, TV he learns that each oc-urred the same day of the week. Further investigation eveals that waitress of the Triple Crown races, and reports on the >JCAA baseball finals at who served are the top features is off on that da'y "Sportscene." 1 a.m., "Mu- SATURDAY Glenn his Till presents P.M. before he can It to Beaver, Variation on a Theme News: Maury Green A life of a rabies 7: Wally (Tony Dow) feels lonored when he is elected p.m. Irv- ij j; Navy Log P.5I. Man and the Challenge 5 letlerman's club. "The Cru-aders." The honor fades Howard presents "Exotic Dreams" as the featured al- Leave It to gets the role of a girl for tonight's stereo pro- Hollywood San Francisco Beat __ 9 'Ofj p.M. club's next play. Using psy-lology he gets his friend The album recorded by petite Ethel Azarna, a Japa- 4 Vacation: Frandsen (c) Auction City 7_West Mr. Lucky An amorous blackmailer works on to swap roles with him, but t the end of tho final curtain 'onders if he did girl, who sings up a storm on dreamy ballads as well as 'up' selections fea- Jai 9 p.m., Ch. the musical background ]1 Dodger The Deputy: Vincent stars as Martin Denny. Such tunes Movie Let's Dance blackmailer "Autumn "Speak 13 Lucky will be such "Lazy and 2_Winners Bold touch that she can Talk." 11 p.m., "Con- who has tracked in a special Gun Will the dealing with the el- News: Giroux World Wide GUN, WIM, of Central American What's the and p.m., Ch. 2. with the help of Lawrence Welk polilical Boone) faces a UN to raise their people's Dan and his prisoner is slain by standards presents "A Hand from hunter. Robert F. Exposure." Fea- People's plays Morgan Gibbs, are the voices of UN P.M. Paladin his son Dag Ham- 4 Sports: Hearn __ the woman Morgan Mexico's President __ 3en Hunter marry, and who hires Lopez-Mateos and Mrs. __ Music For a to bring the youth in Roosevelt. David Su- has Paladin tried for is the writer, and War- "The murder by a Somerville the director. Golf Clinic Prof. Golfer Ralph Robertson hosts Bowling Abbott and Costello Town Hall Party Rule Davis, Hollywood's most fashionable hillbilly, and Geenee Sterling rejoin the Realizing the serious-ess of the situation Paladin esorts to some fast talking to ave his own life, which brings he story to a drama-packed a.m.. Dave Gilfillan, Independent Star-News Garden Editor, presents )ractical tips on gardening Saturday at this time. 4 Coronado 9 "Blow cast, after an absence several WIDE 60, p.m., h. 4., -'Politics and also marks 14 years on he radio this month. For the 5 Movie Lork Up Movie (Fabulous 4 Man From Frank McGee nar-ales an hour-long report "on 3residential-year political in gardening news dial J70 on your radio, and let Dave help you to better gar- A ranger poses as a member of an Tom Aided by Herb Kaplow nd Sander Vanocour, he gang in an effort to locate stolen monny, and discover who P.M. News: Giroux (c) 7 the current political ac-ivities of Vice President Nix-n Governor Nelson A BETS the ring-leader, in "The Parrish Gang" 13 S'lent News: Ward Adlai Stevenson and Senators Hubert H. FOR KIDS "Seanettle vs. Tom Lyndon B. Johnson, John Kennedy, Wayne Morse 2 News: Maury i S 5, 9, Movie 1 Symington. Also presented is a Sgt. Preston (4) Abbott and Costello j P.M. showing the 2 Perry that each of the Leave It to Beaver i 4 Bonanza (c) "Saga of Annie nominees may have Dick Clark 9, Movie Behind Closed Doors P M Movie 3: 11 Katzenjammer Boat-agalors. Alton NETWORKS AIC-KAIC CU-KNX NIC-KF1 (11 ft KLAC570KHJ IJOKGFJ KGKR UN H-MVlJAJ KH MO KFWH 1240 KALI 5 Adventure in Stan Sweet KMPC tit KPOP 1020 KGIL KW1Z 1419 VlAIlH'lir KBIG 740 KNX KFOX 1210 KPOL 7_ -High A.M. KABC H8KRLA 1110 KWKW 1300 KDAT Boston Movies (all KRKD KFAC KWQW LISTED BY DIAL Wanted Dead or Josh is forced to come a tyrannical Us This A.M. A.M. 1 CIVIL DEFENSE 790 Belch Rogers 870' Garry Moore-WhittinRhlll 710 A.M. Crosby-cloonev 1070 News Marlindale 930 64n 12-3S p To be informed when sirens sound Hour 1230 A.M. ErJ Hart: News. Mu-Perrv Allen 1110 News. Cook 710 sic. Emphasis the radio dial to 640 or 1240 640 John Holhrook 790 P.M. World News 1070 Cook 710 Showcase I'-fO News. Spts, Music 870 News 640 News Jackson OPimOmAKERS SPEAK U-2 Shadows Campaigners f By CHOUGH W. NEILL Debate over the summit fiasco and the U-2 spy plane faded into the background this week as Presidential aspirants stepped up their campaigns for the final stretch drives to Los Angeles and Chicago next month. Senate Democratic Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson accelerated his. appeared' to be gaining ground. And the placid Republican race came to life when unpredictable Gov. Nelson Rockefeller upset the Nixonites with a blast of criticism aimed at the Vice President Here, in capsule form, is what some of America's leading opinionmakers are-saying about these develop- ments: ARTHUR KROCK, New York Time's political expert, sees trouble for Nixon in Rockefeller's demand that he disclose his "precise proposals" to meet the "great mat- ters before the nation" in advance of the Republican Convention instead of If Nixon refuses to disclose his platform he will be on the defensive until late July. If he meets the-Rockefeller challenge, his dif- ferences with other Republicans will be disclosed and it could cause serious dissention at the convention.. But news was not all bad this week. California primary results revealed "Republican enthusiasm and Democratic dissension that Nixon's ill-wishers, and the Democrats cannot argue away." JAMES MARLOW, Associated Press news analyst, said Rockefeller "threw away his feather duster and.hit Nixon between the eyes Why? He .probably has two aims: 1. To make his disagreements clear so lie would be the obvious alternative if the' Administration should suffer a disaster between now and the convention; 2. To force the Republican Party to incorporate some df his views in its platform, with the threat of losing New York if it doesn't. WILLIAM S. WHITE, United Features, says that Sen- ator Johnson is now, at long last, "official" Democratic candidate. He delayed launching his drive because he feared his candidacy "would break the Democratic .Sen- ale apart." It now appears that he will be able to give Kennedy a real challengp. It also appears highly possible that discouraged Sen. Hubert Humphrey may hold a trump card because of Johnson's growing strength. "Ole as his Senate colleagues affectionately call him, could be the kingmaker with his 75 to 100 convention votes. Thus, it is-now a-serious possibility that he well become the Democrats vice presidential candidate, a role that might well'delight him. RICHARD STROLT, ace correspondent of The Christian Science Monitor, noted that Senator Johnson, on his first weekend political trip into six states, made- Senator Kennedy his principal attack that could do Kennedy much harm. Johnson strongly dis- agreed with Kennedy's suggestion that Ike express "re- grets" to Khrushchev over the U-2 incident in order to save the summit. Meanwhile, WILLIAM STRINGER, The Monitor's Washington news bureau chief, was reflecting on Rockefeller's chances. His conclusion: He probably quit too soon and that he has little chance for success until 1964 or DORIS FLEESON, United Features, sees Johnson's campaigning quickening the tempo of the Democratic race. She also says the Senate majority leader has de- cided "to cut Senator Kennedy down to size." Johnson feels he can afford to disregard Senator Symington.. In private talks Johnson has admitted that he will help anyone in the convention but his Senate competitors, Kennedy and Symington, If he should be blocked. W. H. LAWRENCE, New York Times, agreed that Johnson was aiming his attack at Kennedy. "He meant to be politically cutting when he called his Massachusetts rival "an attractive young and the emphasis as he spoke was on the word 'young'." RAY TUCKER, McClure Newspaper Syndicate, says Rockefeller's rebellion has greatly weakened New York's position of power in the Republican Party. And New York's role ir. the Democratic Party has been weakened, too, by internal bickering between the Tammany group and the New Deal faction. As a result, New York has rarely had less influence on either party DREW PEARSON, Bell .Syndicate, looking at the broader political picture, claimed Khrushchev's attacks on Eisenhower's were not aimed to influence the election. Instead, the Russian boss was trying to shatter Ike's image in Asia and thus stimulate giant anti-Ike demon- strations. MAX LERNER, New York Post columnist, seemed to disagree. He said Khrushchev was attempting to seize a role in the U.S. election out of arrogance and he thought it was time the candidates should tell him to keep his nose out. And if Nixon wins? "Khrushchev may well feel rather satisfied, figuring Nixon would be a more vulner- able U.S. leader in the war symbols than a liberal Demo- crat or a liberal Republican like Rockefeller." Arcadia Woman Accuses Mate of Swindling Radio Saturday NETWORKS ABC-KABC CBS-KNX NBC-KFI KLAC 570 KHJ 930 KGFJ 1Z30 KGEK KFI 640 KFWB 980 KPPC 1Z40 KALI KMPC 710 KPOP 10ZO KGH. 1260 KWIZ KBIG 740 KNX 1070 KFOX 1280 KPOL KABC 730 KR1A 1110 KWKW 1300 KDAY 1580 cVane Goss KIEV KRKD 1150 KFAC KWOW 1W9 j :News, 640 fliniiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii crane A.M. Ballance Harvey jGco. Church. News 570! A.M. 1070 News 040 Music Crossroad 13.10 Trotter Uco, Church, News 570 News. Jerry Dexter 710 Marine Weather P.M. News: Social Security P.M. Today in L. A. P.M. Sporti Special. Hearn P.M. Goss. News COO P.M. BUI Ballancc News, Stewart Showcase Howard, Newi News India Kelley Sports Crowell. Newi Sporti P.M. News: Carroll World Tonight P.M. nmiet O'Neill. Newi .Chujicl Cnndylli P.M. 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He is charged Saturday FMJladio Log KHOF 99.5 Organ Praises Unlimited Bible to' Heart; Bulle tin News-Front melodies Pastures in Depth on-Youth Pipe Organ Hi-Fi to Worship College Chapel Reflections ;Lenore Mae; Graci Notes Starligh Rhapsody 'till Midnight Rhone Sound of Broad the award winning production- of ;the original cast'starring Tom Boolsey Evans Show New releases of the week from Dixie: Host Benson Curtis pre sents the jazz of Dave Remington's 'Dixie Sis and other dixieland jazz stars the World in Hi Fi, Frank Evans hosts a musical tour of the dances and folk songs of the Middle European countries The 5th Annual Youth Band Festival, fea luring 19' Southern. Call f ornia Youth Bands, live and direct from the Hollywood Bowl Guest conductor is the eminent American co poser Ferde Grofe Claypool Show: Outstanding music, featuring Folk singer and humorist Oscar Brand Melody in HI Fi Lew Nine Commuter's Carousel Concert: Percy Faith conducts mu- sic from "South Pacific" Lewis, the news. In Stereo: "Album'of Victor Herbert" with Percy Faith Comedy The- atre: Dorothea Morrow, Jimmy Carroll and Elaine Malbin sing tunes from "Naughty Marietta" String Shift. Sketches: Singles and albums with a modern touch and Subtle in Hi-Fi With a Beat Sentimental Rea for Dining. A La Mode in HI FI Interlude Modern Sound Rosenkavalier: an abridged version of the opera by Richard Strauss, with Lotte Lehmariri, Elisabeth Schumann, Richard and -the Vienna conducted by Robert Heger Practical Politician: Ex-governor Goodwin J. 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