CTVA US Talk Show - "Life with Linkletter" (NBC)(1969-70)

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Life with Linkletter (1969-70)
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox [Uploaded March 2019]
references:
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Independent Press Telegram, Centralia Sunday Sentinel

 
  Produced by Linkletter Productions
for
NBC (Burbank Studios, California)
Producer Perry Cross

US Talk Show 1969-70 194 episodes x 30 min (29-Dec-1969 to 25-Sep-1970)
Monday to Friday 1:30-2pm
Hosts Art Linkletter & Jack Linkletter
Announcer Art James

[Findlay Courier December 17, 1969]
On "Life With Linkletter" Art and Jack will present vibrant and exciting people from all walks of life
in unusual situations or in ways which contrast with their conventional public image.
Eva Gabor might demonstrate her proficiency as a Hungarian cook and Fred MacMurray might be called
on to play the saxophone. There will be candid featurettes filmed by Jack for on-the-air presentation
and discussion, taking the form of visual commentaries on human behavior under stress or challenge.


###### Life With Linkletter ######
###### Season 1 1950-51 ########
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NBC Monday to Friday 1:30PM

[01] Life With Linkletter
29Dec1969 NBC Mon
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Buddy Hackett
Sacramento psychologist Jack Badaracco stages a rat
decathalon with his rodents, including his champ, Rat-Tin-Tin.
Art discusses I.Q. ratings with two young high scorers.

[02] Life With Linkletter
30Dec1969
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Stephanie Mills
Physics professor Julius Sumner Miller
A mother and daughter, experts in the occult.
Try to show Art how they raise a bridge table
off the floor with nothing but their mental powers.
Film from Mexico shows Jack at a school for matadors
and Art attempting the high dive at Acapulco.

[03] Life With Linkletter
31Dec1969
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Leif Erickson of "The High Chaparral" helps
celebrate the end of Art's first year on NBC-TV.
Art puts a show staffer through the Auto Club's
Test-a-Drunk examination - first sober then
intoxicated.

[--] Life With Linkletter
01Jan1970
pre-empted for Rose Bowl parade.


[04] Life With Linkletter
02Jan1970
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Eddie Albert who talks about conservation
Carlotta Monti with memories of W.C. Fields.

[05] Life With Linkletter
05Jan1970 NBC Mon
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
author Charles Metz
attorney Amy Pixler on alimony.

[06] Life With Linkletter
06Jan1970
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Hari Rhodes of "The Bold Ones" talks about Negro
tokenism in show business.
Sharon Sites Adams tells about circling the world alone in a boat.
A film from the Mexican border focuses on John Q. Public, the smuggler.

[07] Life With Linkletter
07Jan1970
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Edgar Buchanan
glass sculptress Tanya Pascal
Jack wrestles a bear.

[08] Life With Linkletter
08Jan1970
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Barbara Tidwell on marriage
Film of Art training with the Green Berets.

[09] Life With Linkletter
09Jan1970
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Lisa Gerritsen on her broken arm
Julius Sumner Miller
psychic Elsie Sechrist.

[10] Life With Linkletter
12Jan1970 NBC Mon
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Gene Johnson whose efforts to stop a fight between a man
and a woman landed him in jail.
Jack interviews a 16-year-old lead who flew 39 different
airplanes during one continuous 16 hour stretch.

[11] Life With Linkletter
13Jan1970
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Bernie Casey receiver for the Los Angeles Rams
artist Tamara Winler
and traveling card sharp Jim Cooper.

[12] Life With Linkletter
14Jan1970
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Marc Copage tells Art about life behind the scenes of NBC-TV's "Julia" series.
Art talks with Ed Goldfader, vice president of Tracers Co. N.Y. about
missing husbands and the new breed of runaway teenagers.
Harris Nelson, a one-man kitchen band, plays everything including the kitchen sink.

[13] Life With Linkletter
15Jan1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Groucho Marx brings photos, recordings and film clips associated with his career
and is introduced by Art to a young Groucho.
Fritz Zimmerman - Crystal Scarborough shows Jack how she teaches swimming
to six month old infants.

[14] Life With Linkletter
16Jan1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Billy Barty
Kurt Kasznar
Deanna Lund
and Heather Young of "Land of the Giants".

[15] Life With Linkletter
19Jan1970  NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Todd Stark
Philip Brown of the "Doris Day Show"
psychologist Dr. Herbert Otto.

[16] Life With Linkletter
20Jan1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Stephen Longstreet
Dr. Jo Anne Gardner debate freedom for women.

[17] Life With Linkletter
21Jan1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Ross Hunter
Anne-Marie Bennstrom

[18] Life With Linkletter
22Jan1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Professor Backwards discussion of medical quackery
A visit to Africa U.S.A.

[19] Life With Linkletter
23Jan1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Harry Blackstone Jr.

[20] Life With Linkletter
26Jan1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Mickey Rooney remembers his many years in Hollywood's film
studios with Judy Garland, Spencer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor.
Andy Williams provides vocals in a tone poem.
Jack takes along a camera on a sailing adventure with wife Bobbie
and their three children.

[21] Life With Linkletter
27Jan1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Eartha Kitt shows Art and Jack how people can dance their way to a new life.
She has youngsters from her dance class in Watts teach the co-hosts the latest steps.
Jack lead a film tour of a ranch for retired autos.
Art probes trade secrets of political king-maker Hal Evry.

[22] Life With Linkletter
28Jan1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Art chats with an unusual two career man, actor David Sachs, who also is professor
of surgery at UCLA.
A Hollywood expert shows Jack how pet lovers should use affection in training animals.

[23] Life With Linkletter
29Jan1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
New York model Nancy Gould shows Art and Jack how gourmet cooking can also be low in calories.
Art chats with TV's "Family Affair" youngsters Anissa Jones and Johnny Whitaker.
Moe Di Sesso brings along his barnyard band of musical animals.

[24] Life With Linkletter
30Jan1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Debbie Reynolds of TV's "The Debbie Reynolds Show" gives Art a peek into her private
life with her children Carrie and Todd.
Jack trades laughs with political humorist Mark Russell.

[25] Life With Linkletter
02Feb1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
James Drury of "The Virginian" talks about his off-camera life.
Ventriloquist Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney, his wooden sidekick trade ad libs with Art.

[26] Life With Linkletter
03Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Vincent Price tells how to buy paintings for fun and profit.
Country singer Lamelle Prince, the 6 foot lady with an even bigger voice, puts on a one-woman hoedown.

[27] Life With Linkletter
04Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Vincent Price returns to teach Art and Jack some simple gourment recipes.
Art and Jack talk with two principals in a recent case of nudity on campus.
Young Vanetta Rogers tells how she got on Pat Paulsen's new TV show.

[28] Life With Linkletter
05Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Vincent Price returns for a third day to chat about his Hollywood life.
A former teenage drug user talks with Art about the dope epidenic.
Dr. Barbara Korsch talks about the exercise needs of newborn babies.

[29] Life With Linkletter
06Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Darby Hinton of TV's "Daniel Boone" describes backstage life of a child actor.
The parents of a runaway child ask Art for help.
Jack catches up with a lady artist who paints in a topless show house.

[30] Life With Linkletter
09Feb1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Cesar Romero talks about his colorful life.
Opposing sides on how much sex education should be taught
in school are taken by lecturer Helen Colton and Dr. Dan Cortum.
Jack visits the mysterious Aztec city of Palanque, Mexico.

[31] Life With Linkletter
10Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Agnes Moorehead offers a dramatic reading of the lryics of a rock pop hit.
A diving rod for finding water wells is turned loose by Jack on stage.

[32] Life With Linkletter
11Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Art and Jack with the help of an expert, demonstrate the newest yoga
positions for exercising.
A Lloyds of London man tells Art how his firm writes insurance policies
on such items as Jimmy Durante's nose and Betty Grable's legs.

[33] Life With Linkletter
12Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Art Linketter starts a two-show visit with Hungarian dancer Tullah Hanley
who vowed she would marry a millionaire and did.
Author Ellen Peck tells Art about her new book on courtship hints for teenage girls.
The Craig Hundley Trio performs.

[34] Life With Linkletter
13Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Tullah Hanley, the Hungarian dancer shows Jack how to kiss.
Actor Jay Robinson ex-convict now making a Hollywood comeback tells his story.

[35] Life With Linkletter
16Feb1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
A mother-daughter team of private eyes tell their trade secrets.
F. Lee Bailey defense attorney in the "Boston Strangler" case recalls courtroom highlights.

[36] Life With Linkletter
17Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Models display bridal gowns of past, present and future.
Secrets of Hindu marriage ceremony are revealed.

[37] Life With Linkletter
18Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Who cheats in marriage and why?
Art and Jack start a series of visits with Morton Hunt,
author of the scientific study "Extra-Marital Affairs".

[38] Life With Linkletter
19Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
How does an extra-marital affair begin?
Author Morton Hunt discusses boss-secretary relationship.
The comedy team of Steve Rossi and Slappy White.

[39] Life With Linkletter
20Feb1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Do women look for love outside marriage?
Morton Hunt, author of the study, discusses the love affair.
Comedian Louis Nye drops in.
Jack conducts a tour along Hollywood's Susnet Boulevard.

[40] Life With Linkletter
23Feb1970 NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Andy Devine
Morton Hunt

[41] Life With Linkletter
24Feb1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Peter Lupus
Morton Hunt

[42] Life With Linkletter
25Feb1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Ross Perot
Arlene Dahl
Jack with a clairvoyant.

[43] Life With Linkletter
26Feb1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Martin Milner
Fred Kimball 'talking' to pets.

[44] Life With Linkletter
27Feb1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Julius Sumner Miller
POWs wives
White House social secretary Lucy Winchester

[45] Life With Linkletter
02Mar1970 NBC Mon [Morgantown Sunday]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Jane Wyman
Liz Carpenter

[46] Life With Linkletter
03Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Ruth Buzzi
HEW Sec. Robert Finch

[47] Life With Linkletter
04Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Cleveland Amory
HEW Sec. Robert Finch

[48] Life With Linkletter
05Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Warden Clinton Duffy
Michael Link of "Julia".

[49] Life With Linkletter
06Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
songwriters Alan and Marilyn Bergman

[50] Life With Linkletter
09Mar1970 NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Charles Collingwood
Dr. Paul Bindrim on nude group therapy.

[51] Life With Linkletter
10Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Karl Malden on Oscars
Kathy Garver

[52] Life With Linkletter
11Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Fr. Peter Riga on marriage for priests.

[53] Life With Linkletter
12Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
David Reuben
Maxine Cheshire
"Peanuts" kids.

[54] Life With Linkletter
13Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Eve Arden
Scenes from Chicago's all-black TV serial, "Bird of the Iron Feather".

[55] Life With Linkletter
16Mar1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
How to detect drug use by a teenager?
Jack Webb, star of NBC-TV's Dragnet 1970 series
shows examples of the drugs the kids are using.
Psychic Kenny Kingston discusses secrets of the spirit world.

[56] Life With Linkletter
17Mar1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Ed McMahon of NBC-TV's "Tonight Show" talks about his early career and about the boss Johnny Carson
Handwriting expert Paul Colombe analyzes letters to the police from the Zodiac Killer of the San Franscico area.

[57] Life With Linkletter
18Mar1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Jackie Vernon
Mitch Vogel
Lady Alison Waller, wife Australia's ambassador talks about life in Washington.

[58] Life With Linkletter
19Mar1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Life after divorce and its problems for the woman are discussed by
author Louise Rohmer.
Self-defense for girls is demonstrated by author Alice McGrath.

[59] Life With Linkletter
20Mar1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Bill Russell former Boston Celtics basketball player
Art and Jack discuss the draft, crosstwon busing and politicians.

[60] Life With Linkletter
23Mar1970 NBC Mon [Morgantown Sunday]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Van Heflin
Problems of women parolees.

[61] Life With Linkletter
24Mar1970 [Morgantown Sunday]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Connie Stevens
Dr. David Reuben

[62] Life With Linkletter
25Mar1970 [Morgantown Sunday]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
James Brolin
Dr. David Reuben on biggest sexual problems

[63] Life With Linkletter
26Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Mrs. Diane Kennedy Pike on her late husband.

[64] Life With Linkletter
27Mar1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Steve Allen
Filmed tour of Boeing 747 on maiden flight.

[65] Life With Linkletter
30Mar1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Ernest Borgnine is interviewed on the maiden flight of the Boeing 747.
Jean and Richard Yarbrough answer questions about their racially mixed marriage.

[66] Life With Linkletter
31Mar1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
NBC courtroom artist Gene Widhoff talks about covering the Charles Manson trial.
Los Angeles Times reporter Arlene Van Breems relates her experiences as at computer dating.

[67] Life With Linkletter
01Apr1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
A USS Pueblo survivor (Robert Chicca) of captivity in North Korea describes his adventures.
Computer dating client reporter Arlene Van Breems returns.

[68] Life With Linkletter
02Apr1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Iron Curtain film star Bekim Fehmiu
Fashion desgner Werle offers a hemline solution to the mini-midi problem.
Lana Phelan of the National Association to Repeal Abortin Laws
debates Father Charles Miller of St. John's Seminary.

[69] Life With Linkletter
03Apr1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Joseph Campanella of NBC-TV's "The Bold Ones".
Leigh Taylor-Young
Tournament golfer Vic Wilk.

[70] Life With Linkletter
06Apr1970 NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Ann Miller
Rep. Shirley Chisholm
L.B. card expert Charles Crayne

[71] Life With Linkletter
07Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Mary Ann Moble
BBB official

[72] Life With Linkletter
08Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Richard Block on tax deductions
BBB officer on door-to-door conmen.

[73] Life With Linkletter
09Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Vicki Lawrence
Jerry West
Rep. Shirley Chisholm

[74] Life With Linkletter
10Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
magician Albert Goshman
ex-con Denny Hall

[75] Life With Linkletter
13Apr1970  NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dr. Joyce Brothers

[76] Life With Linkletter
14Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Anne Baxter
Republican hostess Zan Thompson

[77] Life With Linkletter
15Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Mercedes McCambridge
102 year-old jogger Larry Lewis

[78] Life With Linkletter
16Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Vidal Sassoon
Marcel Marceau
surfing champion Joyce Hoffman

[79] Life With Linkletter
17Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
3 heart transplant survivors
segment on used car buying.

[80] Life With Linkletter
20Apr1970  NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Melvin Belli
arm wrestler James Pollack

[81] Life With Linkletter
21Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guest
Entire show
Lucille Ball
Lucy talks about how she tried to bring up
normal youngsters in non-normal Hollywood.

[82] Life With Linkletter
22Apr1970 [Avalanche Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Jazz organist Earl Grant performs.
Dr. Franklin Ashley talks about new developments in plastic surgery.

[83] Life With Linkletter
23Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Greg Morris of "Mission Impossible"
Plastic surgeon Dr. Franklin Ashley shows photos of before and after.
Author Rev. Charlie Shedd tells of questions teens ask about sex.

[84] Life With Linkletter
24Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Barbara McNair
Dr. Franklin Ashley
Rev. Charlie Shedd

[85] Life With Linkletter
27Apr1970  NBC Mon [Avalanche Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Former blind woman tells of 15 years of darkness
Richman's pawn shop described

[86] Life With Linkletter
28Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Campus sex discussed by Professor
Industrialist tells of buying the London Bridge.

[87] Life With Linkletter
29Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Comedienne Phyllis Diller
Author Ruth Dickson talks about "Marriage Is a Bad Habit".

[88] Life With Linkletter
30Apr1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Young woman discusses her comeback from drug addiction.
Marcel Marceau's son sings.

[89] Life With Linkletter
01May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
William Shatner of "Star Trek" talks about archery
UCLA speech clinic head talks of problems.

[90] Life With Linkletter
04May1970  NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Stanley Myron Handelman
UCLA speech clinic transforms several chronic stutterers
Segment on exotic fruits

[91] Life With Linkletter
05May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Cliff Robertson
Prof. Lewis Yablonski
Causes and cures of violence among young discussed.

[92] Life With Linkletter
06May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Mr. Blackwell backs the midi.
Prof. Lewis Yablonski on mystical religions.

[93] Life With Linkletter
07May1970 [Avalanche Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Happy and serious sides of heart transplant surgery.

[94] Life With Linkletter
08May1970 [Avalanche Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Robert Stack talks about Paul Newman and Dustin Hoffman
Robert Dille
Author of "Murder Is My Business"
Son of creator of "Buck Rogers"

[95] Life With Linkletter
11May1970  NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Stu Gilliam
William F. Hopkins
Con victims

[96] Life With Linkletter
12May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Elizabeth Allen
Brandon Cruz
Private eye Jerry Neilson

[97] Life With Linkletter
13May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Country star Roy Clark
Earthquake expert Dr. Charles Richter

[98] Life With Linkletter
14May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Leslie Nielsen
decorator Ian Phillips
Teen Magazine editor Bob MacLeod

[99] Life With Linkletter
15May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Sole Guest
Dr. Benjamin Spock on women's liberation and the sexual revolution.

[100] Life With Linkletter
18May1970  NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Jack Alberston

[101] Life With Linkletter
19May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Gail Fisher shoots pool
Dr. Hip dentist

[102] Life With Linkletter
20May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Ken Berry
Jackie Joseph
photographer Wyn Sargent

[103] Life With Linkletter
21May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Eva Gabor
figure skater Tim Wood

[104] Life With Linkletter
22May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dick Smothers on auto racing
Obstetrician who delivered first three Linkletters, including Jack.

[105] Life With Linkletter
25May1970  NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Lloyd Haynes of "Room 222"
Author Lou Albee talks about his book and job hunting for over age 40.
Experts discuss sky diving

[106] Life With Linkletter
26May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Lord Charles Spencer Churchill introduces new wrinkle-proof fabric
Modeled by Maggie McNellis, Mrs. Robert Stack, Ray Milland's daughter.
Alcatraz Indian leaders

[107] Life With Linkletter
27May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dianne Knapp tells why she decided to become an ex-nun
Fabric painting demonstration.
How to cope being an unwed mother.

[108] Life With Linkletter
28May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Erin and Diane Murphy on playing "Bewitched's" Tabitha.
Reuben Pannor author of "Unwed Father", author discusses
how to make it in a Man's World.
Jack interviews the first head of Church of Satan.

[109] Life With Linkletter
29May1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Compulsive gambler talks about experiences with Gamblers Anonymous.
TV actor Richard Steele reports on the Los Angeles Zoo contest "Kid's eye view of the World".

[110] Life With Linkletter
01Jun1970  NBC Mon [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Roger Miller chats and sings.
Jess Stern author of "Adventures Into the Psychic" tells why he's convinced people can talk to the departed.
Dr. Irwin Stillman discusses his book, "Doctor's Quick-Weight-Loss Diet".

[111] Life With Linkletter
02Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Kaye Ballard romances Art in song.
Spiritualist Doug Johnson shows how he reads people via vibrations from one of their personal possessions.
The Rev. Gordon McClean and Frank Roberts, former drug user discuss their book, "High On Campus".

[112] Life With Linkletter
03Jun1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Sam Jaffe and Bettye Ackerman
Louise Huebner on witches.

[113] Life With Linkletter
04Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Actor Raymond St. Jacques reviews status of the black man in films.
Astrologist Joan Quigley tells about prediciting birthdate and sex of babies.
Lionel Hampton, King of the Vibes, plays after discusses new interest.

[114] Life With Linkletter
05Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Rose Marie chats about fur coats and horse shows.
Seance practitioner George Daisley tells about putting the late Bishop Pike in touch with his departed son.
Author Irving Stone and wife Jean, his editor discuss mixing marriage and career.

[115] Life With Linkletter
08Jun1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Oscar winner Gig Young compares Broadway to movies.
Father Peter Riga, a critic of organized religion, names the man of today he admires most.
Pauline and Maryann Byrne, mother and daughter, invoke spirits to move a table.

[116] Life With Linkletter
09Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Children literally can die from lack of love, says child center director Dr. Rocco Motto.
Eleanore Pearson uses tarot cards to read the future for Art and Jack Linkletter.
Jack takes on Chuck Norris, World Middleweight Karate champion.

[117] Life With Linkletter
10Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Author Irving Shulman discusses highlights of "Jackie" his book abou the exploitation in mazagines of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
Two women, a bird lover and a bird hater, state their case.

[118] Life With Linkletter
11Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Jazz Pianist Peter Nero offers backstage tidbits from his concert tours, plus a couple selections.
How to add 20 productive years to our lives is revealed by Dr. Bernard Strehler, USC biology professor.

[119] Life With Linkletter
12Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Former U-2 pilot Francis Gary Powers describes his unique experience - being shot down and jailed in the Soviet Union.
Hollywood make-up artist Christina, using Art and Jack Linkletter as models, demonstrates the new look in hairpieces for men.

[120] Life With Linkletter
15Jun1970  NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
More with Francis Gary Powers
Jet setter Felice Gordon.

[121] Life With Linkletter
16Jun1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
lady wrestler Fabulous Moolah
author Jay Robert Nash on "Dillinger"

[122] Life With Linkletter
17Jun1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
"Love Story" author Erich Segal on campus sex
Robert McCulloch on buying London Bridge

[123] Life With Linkletter
18Jun1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Della Reese
George Reedy on the Presidency

[124] Life With Linkletter
19Jun1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
President Nixon on drug abuse.
Stewardess author Elizabeth Rich
lesson in Kendo.

[125] Life With Linkletter
22Jun1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Singer-actor Jack Cassidy talks about his past and future roles.
Expressing hate is as important as expressing love, says Ralph Greenson,
UCLA psychology professor.
Men are less vain than women insistes photographer and former model Sue Houle.

[126] Life With Linkletter
23Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Bill Russell, former star of basketball's Boston Celtics reports on his lecture experiences around the campus circuit.
Fred Steckling author of "Spaceships From Other Worlds" brings a film clip he says shows a flying saucer.

[127] Life With Linkletter
24Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Shani Wallis songstress and new foster parent talks about the latter and sings "Alfie".
Scoey Mitchell discusses his new TV series.
Plastic surgery patient Merna Goldberg who appeared last April before surgery, returns to show her outcome.

[128] Life With Linkletter
25Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
TV actor Jack DeMave talks about his enlistment in the ecology movement.
Only change in the black ghettos is that they are getting worse, says Louise Meriwether author of "Daddy Was a Number Runner".
Jack Linkletter probes the thoughts of an exotic dancer.

[129] Life With Linkletter
26Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
TV star Sebastian Cabot discusses his favorite off-screen role - auto mechanic.
UCLA Chancellor Charles Young discusses the causes and cures of campus unrest.

[130] Life With Linkletter
29Jun1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Singer Lou Rawls talks about his junior high school project and sings.
UCLA sleep research director Dr. Anthony Kales discloses new findigns on dreams and sleepwalking.
The Linkletters take on Jum Dunham fast draw expert.

[131] Life With Linkletter
30Jun1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Gussie Smith Sanford "Military wife of the Year" compares service life with civilian life for women.
Dr. Kenneth Cooper, innovator of Aerobics, shows what men and women must do to stay physically fit.
Sleep researcher Dr. Anthony Kales returns to discuss insomnia.
Author Ann Pinchot offers career advice for girls.

[132] Life With Linkletter
01Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Why we have trouble remembering our dreams is discussed by Dr. Charles Wahl of UCLA Medical School
Helen Hall, 73, tells how she cured her arthritis by walking 16,000 miles through all 50 states.

[133] Life With Linkletter
02Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Father Emery Tang shows his one-minute commercials for religion.
A bowling demonstration is put on by Isobel Cohen and Luke Lavalle, both blind.
How to stage a backyard luau is show by Victor Jules Bergeron (Trader Vic).

[134] Life With Linkletter
03Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Polio victim Carol Rosenberger, a concert pianist, shows the exercises responsible for her comeback, then plays Chopin.
Authors Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder report Soviet success in predicting the sex of babies.

[135] Life With Linkletter
06Jul1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Celeste Holm tells why she finally decided to do a television series, NBC-TV's upcoming "Nancy" in which she plays social secretary to the President's daughter.
Larry Lewis, 103, returns to show how his former bos magician Harry Houdini, escapted from a straitjacket.
Author Jess Stern lists ESP predictions.

[136] Life With Linkletter
07Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Jacqueline Briskin tells how she posed as a Berkeley coed to write the current novel, "California Generation".
Phrenologist Holly Martin analyses bumps on the Linkletter heads.
The Bob Erkins describe life with their 10 children in the Idaho wilds.

[137] Life With Linkletter
08Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Buffalo Bob Smith returns to television 10 years after the 13-year run of his "Howdy Doody Show".
Mrs. Helen Andelin, author of "Fascinating Womanhood" rebuts the feminists.
Loreli Turner, palmist, holds hands, professionally with Art and Jack.

[138] Life With Linkletter
09Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Behind the scenes in modeling is spotlighted by former cover girl Jeanne Rejaunier, author of "The Beauty Trap".
Marjorie McDonald, numerlogist, gets the Linkletter numbers.
Young Mason Wong talks about the now generation in San Francisco's Chinatown.

[139] Life With Linkletter
10Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Glenn Ford and son Peter tell how they closed the generation gap.
Dennis Warren, one of five U.S. delegates to the first World Youth Assembly explains the project.
Elizabeth Mnsour demonstrates the ancient art of Egyptian sand reading.

[140] Life With Linkletter
13Jul1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Criswell, well-known forecaster, predicts fashion highlights for the next 10 years.
Hannah Scheel, a former Danish countess, cooks up a recipe from her book, "One Pot Dinner".
Mason Wong returns to describe San Francisco Chinatown youths' relationship with youngsters of other minority groups.

[141] Life With Linkletter
14Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Stanford biology Professor Dr. Paul Ehrlich, author of "The Population Bomb" predicts the consequences of our population and pollution trends.
Bill Morrison, the balloon man returns to analyze studio audience members by their way with balloons.

[142] Life With Linkletter
15Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dana Andrews of NBC-TV's "Brithe Promise" series tells how he conquered alcoholism.
David Rorvik explains his book, "Your Baby's Sex - Now You Can Chose".
Isabella Warren shows part of her noted collection of miniatures.

[143] Life With Linkletter
16Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
What women can do about obscene phone calls is outlined by phone company representative Stewart Phillips.
Former campus drug user Frank Roberts describes collegians' response to his talks.
Art and Jack challenge Linda Iverson, billed as women's wrist-wrestling champ.

[144] Life With Linkletter
17Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Billy Eckstine recalls his biggest hits and sings one.
Toni Beck shows how to exercise while dancing.
Richard Shakarian tells about climbing Mount Ararat in search of Noah's Ark.

[145] Life With Linkletter
20Jul1970 NBC Mon [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Wendall Burton tells how he became co-star in "Sterile Cuckoo".
Parenthood discussed by Dr. Fitzhugh Dodson.
Vic Perry demonstrates how to pickpocket.

[146] Life With Linkletter
21Jul1970 [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Otto Preminger reveals star qualities he looks for in women.
Hollywood columnist Dick Kleiner talks about his book "ESP and the Stars".
Pickpocket Vic Perry returns.

[147] Life With Linkletter
22Jul1970 [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dr. Joyce Brothers discusses infidelity in marriage and gives Art and Jack a "sensitivity to women" test.
Figure expert gives demonstration of exercises.

[148] Life With Linkletter
23Jul1970 [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Anne Francis tells of her adoption, as a single parent of daughter Madison, 8.
Madison Avenue is topic for Jerry Della Femina, author of "From Those Wonderful Folks Who Gave You Pearl Harbor".
A University professor tells why he is fed up with campus militants.

[149] Life With Linkletter
24Jul1970 [Centralia Sunday Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
University of Montana Professor K. Ross Toole, author of "An Angry Adult Talks Up To Youth",
returns to debate UCLA physic professor and then invites questions from committee members in the studio audience.

[150] Life With Linkletter
27Jul1970 NBC Mon [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
TV star Bob Crane airs his views on Catholicism and the pill.
Helen Colton author of "Adults Need Sex Education Too" tells why
she believes marriage is a failing institution.

[151] Life With Linkletter
28Jul1970 [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Veteran TV newscaster Ned Calmer, discusses current problems in his profession.
Cele Caestecker tells why she is no longer a nun.
Former invalid demonstrates skill as escape artist.

[152] Life With Linkletter
29Jul1970 [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Ricardo Montalban describes his new project for minority betterment.
Award winning playwright William Inge discusses his first novel.
Swimming instructor tells why she believes children should be taught
to swim as soon as they can walk.

[153] Life With Linkletter
30Jul1970 [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Jerry Lewis discusses his 40th family film, "What Way to the Front?"
He also talks about his experiences as a college instructor and gives views on the problems of today.

[154] Life With Linkletter
31Jul1970 [Lubbock Journal]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
TV star Don Grady, tells why he is suing the U.S. government.
Jane Howard author of "Please Touch" evaluates intimacy as technique in group therapy.
Stage manager of the show is revealed on camera as fencing expert of more than 500 movies.

[155] Life With Linkletter
03Aug1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Pat Boone talks about is new motion picture "The Cross and the Switchblade".
Jack visit a floating junior high school class in session at sea.
Presbyterian minister Dr. Charlie Shedd discusses parent-child communication and his book "Promises to Peter".

[156] Life With Linkletter
04Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Peter Lawford talks about his new movie "One More Time".
Cooking expert Sybil Henderson sows off best foods in her book "The Odd Vegetable Cookbook".
Omar Garrison author of "Howard Hughes in Las Vegas" visits.

[157] Life With Linkletter
05Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Clinical psychologist Dr. Alexander Runceman discusses research on sex problems and therapy.
Designer Rebecca Welles narrates while Art and Jack model skirts for males.
Doris Lilly discusses her book "Those Fabulous Greeks Onassis, Niarchos and Livanos".

[158] Life With Linkletter
06Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Singer John Gary talks about his underwater endurance record, demonstrates
his skill at archery and sings.
Gift store owner George Wasserburger shows expensive gifts purchased by celebrities.
Used car expert Tony Till discusses dishonest auto repairmen.

[159] Life With Linkletter
07Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Comedienne Barbara Sharma
Author Cliff King talks about reincarnation and his life 8,000 years ago.
Lady cigar smokers are discussed by Cigar authority Judy Lynn Prince.

[160] Life With Linkletter
10Aug1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
UCLA dermatologist Dr. Thomas Sternberg author
of "More Than Skin Deep" talks about skin care.
Puppeteer Shari Lewis sings and introduces her new puppet
and talks about her command performance before Queen Elizabeth.

[161] Life With Linkletter
11Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Actor and former football star Fred Williamson talks about his new role
as Diahann Carroll's romantic interest on NBC-TV's "Julia".
Lexicographer David B. Gurainik discusses little-known origins of popular words.
A film of the Jack Linkletter family cruising on the Pacific is shown.
Novelty musician Jim Maxwell demonstrates how he plays his arm.

[162] Life With Linkletter
12Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Jack interviews Roger Ward, two-time winner of the Indianapolis 500.
Magician Kuda Bux demonstrates the use of his xray eyes.
Psychiatrist Dr. Duke Fisher talks about male and female frigidity.

[163] Life With Linkletter
13Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Comedian George Burns sings his favorite songs and reminisces about his 66 years in show business.
Miss Leon Bing and other models show Indian fashions, the big thing for Fall.
Dr. Duke Fisher returns to discuss signs of a failing marriage.

[164] Life With Linkletter
14Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Zoologist Ralph Helfer of Africa USA uses Milton, the wallaroo and Taj the baby elephant
to demonstrate the training of animals for movies.
Andrea Kenis author of "A Single Girl's Guide to Europe" visits the show.
Paulist Father Ellwood Kieser discusses his work as producer of TV's "Insight".

[165] Life With Linkletter
17Aug1970 NBC Mon [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
MacDonald Carey of "Days of Our Lives"
Henry Gibson of "Laugh-In"

[166] Life With Linkletter
18Aug1970 [Tuscon Daily Citizen]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Enzo Stuarti
Dr. Loren Grey author of "Parents Guide to Child Discipline".

[167] Life With Linkletter
19Aug1970 [Tuscon Daily Citizen]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Abbe Lane talks about midis and women's lib and sings a Bossa Nova medley.
Dr. Loren Grey discusses child rearing.
Jungle lovers Bill and Patrina York who spent 10 years in Africa.

[168] Life With Linkletter
20Aug1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guest
Sammy Davis Jr.

[169] Life With Linkletter
21Aug1970 [Independent Press Telegram]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Sammy Davis Jr
Dr. Robert Bradley

[170] Life With Linkletter
24Aug1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dr. Robert Bradley discusses the pros and cons of natural childbirth.
Art and Jack, in grass skirts and bra, learn from figure authority Arlene Andrews
how to lose weight the hula way.
Joanna Barnes talks about her book "The Deceivers".

[171] Life With Linkletter
25Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Sexual inadequacies of men over 50 are discussed by Dr. Alexander Runciman.
Hand-crocheted dresses are displayed by Monica Frossle and three models.
Dennis Warren returns from the U.S. sponsored World Youth Assembly.

[172] Life With Linkletter
26Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
How to make a dessert omelette is shown by gourmet cook Rita Leinwant.
Mary Betten demonstrates how she makes herself unattractive for commercials.
Private eyes of the screen are rated by real private eyes James Potter and William Colligan Jr.

[173] Life With Linkletter
27Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dr. Alexander Runciman returns and discusses sexual problems of women over 50.
Dance expert Marge Champion discusses her new project then demonstrates in a number with four Watts dancers.
Gerry Robinson provides some instant folk songs.

[174] Life With Linkletter
28Aug1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
George Sherian chats with Art before bringing on his quintet for a musical number.
Two ex-convicts talk abou their rehabilitation project, Barbed Wire Theatre.

[175] Life With Linkletter
31Aug1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Gary Owens talks about his activities on and off of NBC-TV's "Laugh-In".
Magician Chuck Jones suspends his wife in midair.
Ken Robinson of Nashville, tells how he became Teen-Age Boy of the Year.

[176] Life With Linkletter
01Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Songstress Nancy Wilson talks about cosmetics for black women.
Animals from the San Diego Zoo are brought alonf by staffer Joan Embery.
Art Linkletter chats with four youngsters.

[177] Life With Linkletter
02Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Author Gabe Essoe discusses his book "The Films of Clark Gable".
Miss America judge Joan Crosby, Hollywood columnist, compares girls
of today and yesteryear.
Dr. Duke Fisher lists parents' most common mistakes in the sex education of their children.

[178] Life With Linkletter
03Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Actor-comedian Jerry Van Dyke talks about his childhood.
We're bringing up a generation of physically unfit children,
says former Olympic discs champ Olga Connolly.
Dr. Duke Fisher returns to explain why some married people cheat mentally.

[179] Life With Linkletter
04Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin talk about their careers before,
on and after Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In.
Toys that teach are monstrated by expert Claire Sieverman.

[180] Life With Linkletter
07Sep1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Roger Williams discusses teaching piano by computer, then plays a couple of current hits.
Vivian Kellems talks about her long-running crusade against income tax.

[181] Life With Linkletter
08Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Clint Eastwood retraces his zig zag road to stardom.
Julius Fast author of "Body Language" says we talk with our bodies as well as our vocal cords.
Missouri small towners demonstrate pioneer arts of whittling and blacksmithing.

[182] Life With Linkletter
09Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Papier-mache expert Preston Hibbard shows how to decorate the house for pennies.
Never let a candidate make a speech, says political advisor Hal Evry.

[183] Life With Linkletter
10Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Youngsters of the 4-H Club tell how the longtime rural program is moving to the city slums.
Nudie the Tailor brings along a couple of male models to show his latest creations in fancy Western garb.

[184] Life With Linkletter
11Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dennis Weaver star of NBC-TV's new Four-in-One: "McCloud" series recalls life since he limped
off the screen as TV's Chester in "Gunsmoke".
Habiba, exotic dancer, shows how to lose weight her way.
War in outer space is discussed by Robert Salkeld author of "War and Space".
Jack Linkletter chats with Dr. Henry Stevenson, the obstetrician who brought him into this world.

[185] Life With Linkletter
14Sep1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Rachel English, a wife and mother, explains her enthusiasm for the nudist movement.
Dr. Thomas Harris, psychiatrist, discusses his book "I'm O.K., Your're O.K.".

[186] Life With Linkletter
15Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Sergio Franchi and his sister Dana Valery discuss their respective singing careers,
both of which began by accident. She sings a folk song from their native South Africa
and he offers "Love Is All".

[187] Life With Linkletter
16Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Handi Scholl tells about his comeback and sings "No Man Is An Island".
The Rev. Hugh Anwyi discusses his clergy counseling center for women.

[188] Life With Linkletter
17Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Senator Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz) gives his views on the war in Vietnam,
the Israeli-Arab situation and this nation's end-the-draft proposals.
Art chats with four youngsters.

[189] Life With Linkletter
18Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Inventor Bill Lear, creator of the Lear Jet brings along the steam turbine engine
he says can end smog from autos.
School principal Dr. Kenneth Fish discusses his book "Conflict and Dissent in High School".

[190] Life With Linkletter
21Sep1970 NBC Mon [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Sugar Ray Robinson, former boxing champ talks about his project for youth.
Herb Klein, Director of Communications for President Nixon, provides an
inside look at the Chief Executive.
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[191] Life With Linkletter
22Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Peace Corps efforts in 60 nations are described by Joseph Blatchford.
Director Don Widener, who won an EMMY for his documentary on smog, discusses
his book, "Timetable for Disaster".
How to spot phony get-rick-quick schemes
is described by Los Angeles Police Captain Frank Beeson.

[192] Life With Linkletter
23Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Tiffany's San Francisco manager, Gene Scott, brings some of the
store's most valuable jewels.
Author Don Widener returns to discuss water pollution and dangerous insecticides.

[193] Life With Linkletter
24Sep1970 [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Actor Hugh O'Brian talks about his youth foundation.
Consumer spokesman Byron Block discusses autos and food.
America's dart-throwing champs show how they do it.

[194] Life With Linkletter [Final show of the series]
25Sep1970 NBC Fri [Centralia Sentinel]
Host Art Linkletter
Guests
Dr. Lendon Smith discusses his book, "The Children's Doctor of TV".
Incentor Robert Smith demonstrates his devise for ending drunken driving accidents.
Brian Adams talks about his book, "How to Succeed".

* Replaced with "Words and Music" a game show hosted by Wink Martindale debuting 28-Sep-1970.

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