Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 22, 1974 · Page 93
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 93

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, March 22, 1974
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E-8 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Friday, Mar. 22, 1974 Cinemaf sweatings for Valley theaters mrt after Nev 1, itML eemr at ftettna of the MtaKtcMf i America. eawarel MMm at Stajaeatea' for mature aeration eovisaai Pereone vnaar It mutt bv parent or aeaMieri, FRIDAY, MARCH 22 PHOENIX THEATERS Aquarius: "Paper Moon," (PG) 5:30, 8:55; "Bang the Drum Slowly," (PG) 7:15, 10:40. Bethany: "The Exorcist,"' (R) 12, 2:25, 4:50, 7:15, 9:40, 12:15. Chris-Town 1: "Papillon," (PG) 2, 5, 10; Sneak Preview, (PG) 8. Chris-Town 2: "Blazing Saddles," (R) 1, 2:45, 4:35, 6:20, 8:10, 10. "Serpico, (R) Cine Capri: 7:10, 9:30. Cinema Three: "Super Dad," (G) 6:35, 10:05; "Son of Flubber," (G) 8:15. Downtown 1: "The Hitchhikers, (R) 1, 4:05, 7:15; "Gator Bait," (R) 2:35, 5:40, 8:50. Downtown 2: "Fiddler the Roof," (G) 1, 4, 7:05. on Hayden Wtit: "Robin Hood," (G) 7, 10:20; "One Little Indian," (G) 8:35. Maryvale 1: "Magnum Force" (R) 9:24; "The Getaway," (PG) 7:15. Maryvale 2: "Jeremiah Johnson," (PG) 9; "The Thief Who Came to Dinner," (PG) 7:05. i- Palms: "Bolshoi Ballet," (G) 8. Thomas Mall: "Day of the Dolphin," (PG) 1:45, 4:20, 6:35, 10:25; "Three Muska-teers," (PG) 8:30. Valley West 1: "Super Dad," (G) 3:10, 6:45, 10:10; "Son of Flubber," (G) 1:20, 4:55, 8:25. Valley West 2: "Cinderella Liberty," (R) 2:25, 6:25, 10:15; "The Candidate," (PG) 12:30, 4:25, 8:25. Westdale 1: "High Plains Drifter," (R) 5:45, 9:45; "The Reivers," (R) 7:45. Westdale 2: "Cinderella Liberty," (R) 5:30, 9:55; "Emperor of the North," (R) 7:45. Westdale 3: "Street Gangs of Hongkong," (R) 6:15, 9:55; "Blood on Satan's Claw," (R),8. Westdale 4: "The Way We Were," (PG) 5:15, 7:30, 9:45. KOOL-TV in finals Station in Oklahoma wins service award Associated Press HOUSTON - An Oklahoma television station won the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' 1973 National Award for Community Service Wednesday for its documentary on blacks in that state. The Emmy award went to WKY-TV, Oklahoma City, for its program, "Through the Looking Glass Darkly . . ." Norman P. Bagwell, manager of the station, accepted the award. "The documentary was created by WKY-TV to make clear the accomplishments and contributions of black Oklahomans," Bagwell said. "Three decades of segregation and apathy had so completely covered their story not even the black historians had scratched the surface. The producer, Robert Dotson, went directly to those who lived that heritage for the narration and to gather the material spending a record amount of time for our station in production and research." The program was one of 12 national finalists selected from entries of programs submitted by stations across the country. The award, first established in 1962, is presented annually to the outstanding program or series of programs, produced by an individual television station or cable television company, related to matters of significance in the station's community. The other finalists were: "From Protest to Politics," WXYZ-TV, Southfield, Mich.; "The Rape of Paulette," WBBM-TV, Chicago; "Probe: Uncle Sam is a Slumlord," WRC-TV, Washington, D.C.; "Living with Death," WCCO-TV, Minneapolis, Minn.; "Focus 30," KYTV, Springfield, Mo.; "Medicine: Where Does It Hurt?" WNB-TV, New York; "The Frightening Feeling You're Going to Die," WCVB-TV, Needham, Mass.; "A Matter of Life and Debt," KOOL-TV, Phoenix, Ariz.; "What Happens to Me?" KPEOTV educational station, Tacoma, Wash. ; "The Nine-Year Old in Norfolk Prison, WITC-TV, Hartford, Conn.; and "The Elders," KDIN educational station, Des Moines, Iowa. DRIVE-IN THEATERS Acres: "Asylum of Satan," (R) 7; "Deranged," (R) 9; "Three on a Meathook," (R) 10:30. Big Sky: "Seven Blows of the Dragon," (R) 7:10, 10:50; "Harry in Your Pocket," (PG) 9. Cinema Park: "Robin Hood," (G) 7, 10:35; "One Little Indian," (G) 8:45. Indian: "Super Dad," (G) 7:10, 10:50; "Son of Flubber," (G) 9. Mustang: "Gator Bait," (R) 7:15, 10:20; "Chain Gang Women," (R) 8:50. Northern: "The Thief Who Came to Dinner," (PG) 7, 11; "Jeremiah Johnson," (PG) 9:05. Nu View: "The Gorilla Gang," (R) 7:10; "Naked Evil," (PG) 8:30. Oasis: "Gator Bait," (R) 7:15, 10:20; "Chain Gang Women," (R) 8:50. Phoenix: "Deranged," (R) 7; "Hell Up in Harlem," 8:50; "Seven Blows of the Dragon," (R) 10:30. Pioneer: "Jeremiah Johnson," (PG) 7, 11; "Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean," (PG) 9. Rodeo: "Seven Blows of the Dragon," (R) 7:10, 10:50; "Sweet Jesus Preacher Man," (R) 9. Roundup: "Sleeper, (PG) 7, 10:20; "Where Does It Hurt," (PG) 8:50. Silver Dollar: "Street Gangs of Hong Kong," (R) 8:50; "Horror High," (R) 7, 10:30. Thunderbird: "Save the Tiger," ( R ) 7:05, 10:45; "Paper Moon," (PG) 8:45. Valley: "Sleeper," (PG) 7:15, 10:20; "12 Chairs," (PG) 8:55. Velda Rose: "Don't Look Now," (R) 7, 10:40; "The Possession of Joel Delaney," (R) 8:50. VALLEY THEATERS Alco: "That Darn Cat," (G) 6, 8:10. Camelback Mall: "The Last Detail," (R) 7:15, 9:10. Cinema Two: "Fiddler on the Roof," (G) 3:25, 8:40; "Man of La Mancha," (G) 1:05, 6:20. Cinema Five 1: "Deranged," (R) 8:15, 11:25; "Sisters," (R) 6:35, 9:45. Cinema Seven 1: "Ash Wednesday,". (R) 1, 4:15, 7:30, 10:45; "Play It Again, Sam," (PG) 2:45, 6, 9:15. Cinema Seven 2: "The Way We Were," (PG) 2:55, 6:55, 10:55, "Butterflies Are Free," (PG) 1, 5, 9. El Camino: "Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams," (PG) 7, 10:15; "Forty Carats," (PG) 8:25. Baydea East: "A Touch of Class," (PG) 8:50; "Paper Moon,'' (PG) 7, 10:40. Kachina: "Jeremiah Johnson," (PG) 6, 8, 10. Mesa: "Westworld," (PG) 7, 10; "Soylent Green," (PG) 8:25. University 1: "The Sting," (PG) 1:20, 3:55, 6:35, 9:15. University 2: "American Graffiti," (PG) 2:40, 5, 7:20, 9:40. Valley: "Pete 'n Tillie," (PG) 7:30; "Jesus Christ Superstar," (PG) 9:25. Westwood: "Cinderella Liberty," (R) 7, 9:20. ON STAGE-HIT MUSICAL JacquexBitto firVrty in priS SOMBRERO PLAYHOUSE 474T N. 1th St. FINAL PERFORMANCES THURS., FRI.. SAT. 8 P.M. SUNDAY 7 P.M. Call 264-9728 Tickets olio ovailabh at all Diamond! Community Bo Office, Pi. lent. d by The Phoenii Centerforthe Performing Art,. Fish FRY "All the Fish you can eat" 4 P.M. to 8:30 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY Margaret Kemp is script winner Marearet Irene Kemp, 23, 6201 N. 16th St. was first place winner in the National Society of Arts and Letters Drama Competition at the ASU Music Theater. Her script was from Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" and Shaw's "Pygmalion." In addition to the local $300 award, Miss Kemp will So to Washington to compete l the society's National Career Awards Competition May 13 to 17. Second place was awarded to Lissa Claire Bell, 20, of Phoenix and San Diego, and third place to John Kevin Tallent, 19, Scottsdale. All three finalists will be honored at an Awards Dinner at Paradise Valley Country Club April 23. The judges were Norman MacDonald, Mrs. Paula Sobol and Patrick Perrell. FAMOUS CATALOG MERCHANDISE LAFAYETTE RADIO PHOENIX 1232 N. 3rd St. 279-2321 c IZ1 OPEN DAILY FROM 11A.M. CHAR BROILED N.Y. STRIP STEAK Served with baled potato, green talad and garlic toait 175 1 The DELLS RESTAURANT 2020W.lnd.Sch. Rd. ! I is created equally on Saturday too I : at I John's Green Gables I : luncheon is served just I fl lauichtv nn Qatnrriau Bfl as is is during the week! TUB GOOD LIU Is a WAY of LIFE at John' . . where exceptional lood, cock tails and entertainment "hap. pens" every day. GOOD LIFE HOURS: Mon.-Sat. 11:30 A M. .1 A.M. Sun. from 4 P.M. ii mi 4i i ! mm -an ! w 121 1 Green Gables if I 24iri St. era Thomas Ro. 111! It. Rural M., Tampa 41JIW.lntiinleh.llt. OPENING SOON AT 671 0W. Camelback Rd, ENJOY A FINE DINNER FRIDAY ISA GREAT FISH DAY SATURDAY DINNER MENU Bebr Beet Liver wOniens USD Choice Slice Roast Itetoii jus Spaghetti wltalun Sauce Enchiladas Smorfee Baked Chickee -ALWAYS- a Smorfee fried Chicken a Smorfee Corn Iread Muffins Mashed Potatoes tOravy Plus Salads and iollos Oalora Dinner Served 4:11 1 S $1195 II CAT ALL i YOU WANT CHILDREN t thru 9 YEARS OLD 12c per year Alwoyt Two Serving Lines For Fail Sorvica SUNDAY DINNER SERVED ALL DAY 1 1 A.M. to 8 P.M. a Southern Style liked Has W Fruit Sauce a Old Fashioned Roast Turkey WCornhread Dressinf a Spathetti wltalian Sauca a leefTacot pout Pivuft DELICIOUS 973-0153 969-2253 OPEN EVERY DAT tPIN SUNDAT 11 kM, Tt I Ml, pnoistia, KIM ItfJlt J f ewejeMtaae U "CRAB DANSK" 7 StthtG CRAB IN A CKAMT m4 nati-STiitoM oa. Korriauf fHomaaswi ON(CJMaiCAStAOGf&IUrlOAaICAUs fcNCt ltK muni Only Franchis i New Himmont Orfan Dealer. SALES RENTALS NEW & USED SERVICE INSTRUCTION TERMS TRADES ACCEPTED 931-1717 Valley West Mall 943-7311 Metrocenter .JtmX. AMM0UT0U " B IE IUL, W I I I I I 1 II ITO ESTIMATES 42S CCD7Cl"JD0Tr AIR-CONDITIONING MARCH 27 thru 31 metrocenter BLACK CANYON FREEWAY AT DUNLAP RRMaRRaHBiW tm I,..: .iw.sriTn i::an yr.T-.rr.::aT.T3 ram m rn rm.ii.i.-iuvFuii'iM'n i?.m ANIMALS ELI OF 0 rWDn EPHAN a TO PERFOHLtERS CHIMPS BEARS Owiip Ar:?MAL AefolT 10 PCQFCamAESDO TICKIT lRKIS CHILD 1 1 undtf tiM JUNIOR13thrw17 UM ADULT II ov.r U mutmutrm-mttMtm GLEIIDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Presents THE PHOENIX SYMPIIOIIY Eduardo AAata Conducting Saturday March 23rd 8 PAA. COLLEGE GYMNASIUM 6000 W. Olive, Glendale RESERVE SEATS $2.50 GENERAL ADMISSION $2.00 Tickets Available at MARSTON'S Valley West Mall (Only) OVINOITKRITt NOW ON ULI AT ALL MNNT'I tlLIOT-AVlUT OUTLITt ALL DIAMOND OPT. ITORIt rtt TtetfT mmmmj IRBUMTWMHta K f J017 PLflYlf JO BDCIS The Lovable Lush From the DEAN MARTIN SHOW TIIe"IE7 CHRISTY MINSTRELS On) of the Top Concerts of the Year at Celebrity Theatre MARCH 29 & 30 FRIDAY ft SATURDAY 8:00 PM 32nd Street North of Van Buren Phoenix, Arizona $5.50 $6.50 S7.50 Reserved seats at Celebrity Theatre. all Diamond's box offices, and Bill's Records in Tempe. 4 MITtOCINTIR CIRCUS Of rhtl (60 Jr7M1 QQ70 METRO ARKWAV IAST. f HOfNU. ARIZONA I SOU A HILARIOUS AND HAPPY COMEDY TOM P0ST0I1 (Star of Television, Stage, Screen) in Neil Simon's Broadway Hit "THE ODD COUPLE" Also Starring BUDDY GREENE Produced by Directed by BILL McHALE BUD FRANKS ADVANCIO Rt URVATIBRS SUtG IST1D EVENINGS) Tuesday - Sunday (Dears Ooeal.i.) MATINEES! Sunday (Dears Oaea II Need) SCOTTSDALE ROAD and SHEA BOULEVARD SCOTTSDALE 948-6170 or PHOENIX 955-1801 EMIbb uinner Theatre Bob works across the street from Nadine. One-man-group-Bob Richie gives you good vibrations nightly just across the street from sound entertainment by the Nadine Jansen Trio. Try both tonight. RAMADA'S SCOTTSDALE INN 68th St. & Main Scottsdale 945-4361 TONIGHT AT 8:00 PIM MAJOR HOLLYWOOD PREVIEW GOLME HAWK in a highly unusual drama "PAPIllON" SHOWN BEFORE AND AFTER PREVIEW 3rd nnccD f.lC:07C 0 0 0 '"BLAZING SADDLES' IS A COMEDY RIOT. IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR LAUGHTER, DON'T MISS IT! Mel Brooks has turned out one of the funniest screwball comedies since the Marx Brothers." . . . Stewart Klein, WNWW-TV V OKS' II 1 1 from the psopls who gavs you "Tht Jazz Singer" :ECFT:EEESTADVENTi:rE . OYIESCFTKEYEARr ACADEMY AVJARD JOniNEE BEST ORIGINAL DnAlTIATIC SCORE KilDAtirirSe ,VXT0R JORV DON GORDON ftmWC TtCHNtCOLOfT MATINtlS EXCLUSIVE CiQAQILSEMT PAPILLON SCK53U 2-5-10 N(MUl-(ifJf HARVEY KO I and MAULUNt Iwll BUTrRfl erasj, tar FRt. BI-Ma-NTIltiMMI. 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