The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on July 12, 1977 · 55
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 55

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Tuesday, July 12, 1977
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1 2 Port IV Tues . luly 12. 1977 ios angcles Zmt 9 AM RADIO HIGHLIGHTS FKA r r-v r t I r f ' r. I .'. f. h. .t H r,, ,1 j f. .11 Kin ( r . .Hh hHJ Kli I MIS htvAll ki ac ro KMF C 710 KNX I070 KPOI 1M0 Kf pc mo KRCL 1370 KPOOI500 KPl All 10 KRlAMMXl KT NO 1020 KTYU 1460 KV.I." 1480 Ki",K;V 1J00 KvYOVN lbOO XF-LiM 9bO XPRS1090 XTRA c90 i'i:c ,kn:Kf conversation ANll SPORTS COMMTNTAHV PROGRAMS ART USTED WITH Mi 'WAY'S RADIO I 00 KACf KAPX KbcA KBIO KBOR KCRW KCSN KDUO KFY KFAC KFSG KGRS KOIL KHOf KIOO MIS KJI H KJOI KKOP Kt ON Kl OS Kl Vf KMAX KMFT 10J 9 107 9 103 1 104 3 98 3 89 9 88 5 97 5 9b 9 9? 3 9b 3 97 1 94 3 99 b 100 3 102 7 10? 3 98 7 93 b 88 1 9b b 107 b 107 1 94 7 KNAC KNJO KNOB KNX KOCM KORJ KOST KTCS KPFK KPOL KOLH KROO KRTH KSAK KSPC KSRF KSUL KUSC KUTE KWI KWST KXI.U KYMS 10b b 97 9 9 a 93 1 103 1 94 3 103 b 89 3 90 7 93 9 9b 1 10b 7 101 1 90 1 88 7 103 1 90 1 91 b 101 9 9b 7 10b 9 88 9 106 3 9 a.m.-l p.m., KABC: Dr. Art Ulene guests with Michael Jackson. 1- 2 p.m., KFAC (AM and FM) Luncheon at the Music Center, guests are Pavel and Helena Cerny of the Orpheum Theater. 2 p.m., KPFK-FM: "New Bur lington: Life and Death ot an American Village," play by John Baskm. 2- 3:30 p.m., KUSC-FM: Recital Hall, features pianist Alicia De Lar-rocha. 2:30 p.m., KCSN-FM: Job Talk, "Specialized Employment." 3 p.m., KCSN-FM: This Af ternoon, Dr. Laurence E. Morehouse discusses physical fitness with Mark Alyn. 3- 6 p.m., KIEV: Actor-writer Robby Benson joins Paul Wallach. 7- 8 p.m., KFAC: GTE Hour, music sung by Kirsten Flagstad. 8- 10 p.m., KFAC (AM and FM): Evening Concert, Tchaikovsky, "1812 Overture"; Bruch, Concerto No. 2; Bizet, "Carmen." 8-10 p.m., KPFK-FM: Boston Symphony, music by Wolf Ferrari, Takemitzu, Strauss. 8 p.m. KXLU-FM: 20th Cen tury Unlimited, music by Boulez, Stravinsky and Kodaly. 9-10 p.m., KNX: CBS Radio Mystery Theater, "The Colonel Chabert" stars Alexander Scourby as a man who tries to reclaim his remarried wife. 9-10 p.m. KUSC-FM: Quires and Consorts, music by Buxtehude. 10 p.m., KCSN-FM: Jazz After Hours, "History ot Jazz in Los Angeles." 10 p.m. -Midnight, KGIL: Chuck Cecil s Swingin' Years, features Glenn Miller. NEWS Continuous KFWB. KNX On the Hour and Half-Hour KFI, KUC, KMPC, KABC. KGIL KRLA, KPOL KGBS, KWKW, KBIG, KOAY STOCK MARKET 8:05 a.m. KFAC 10:15 a.m. KIEV 8:05 a.m. KFI Noon KFI 8:15 a.m.-KMPC 5:05 p.m. KFAC 10:02 am-RCRW FM 5:20 p.m. KGOE NEWS COMMENTARY 5 9 a.m.-News-Talk, KABC 6:50 a.m.-Barbara Esensten, KFWB 7 a.m. t Noon-Paul Harvey, KABC 4:25 p.m.-Walter Cronkite. KNX 6 p.m. Douglas Edwards, KNX 7:55 p.m.-lew Irwin, KIOO SPORTS TODAV 5:30 p.m. Dodgers vs Houston. KABC 7:30 p.m. Angels vs. Minnesota. KMPC Shirley Jo Finney Gets Title Role in Wilma Rudolph TV Film Shirley Jo Finney, an actress who was voted "the best athlete" during her junior high school track career, will portray Olympic gold medalist Wilma Rudolph in the 90-minute NBC World Premiere movie "Wilma." Finney, who grew up as an ardent fan of Ms. Rudolph, will join Cicely Tyson, previously announced to portray Blanche Rudolph, Wilma's mother. A native of Southern California, Finney was considered a top track prospect at age 12. She also became interested in acting. As a student at Sacramento State College, she met Ms. Rudolph, who was an instructor at the school. Finney continued her studies at UCLA, where she received a masters degree in fine arts. Th he hotel with the garden in the sly Unlike anything in L.A. Unlike anything, anywhere. A classic garden high in the air, serenely insulated from its surrounding downtown. Walkways laced with waterfalls, hidden gazebos and ponds stocked with carp. Flanked by a 21-story tower in international design. Its inspiration comes from the brilliant New Otani in Tokyo. The lineage shows in the stunning decor, planned-for-pleasure suites and fine restaurants. Lucky you, if you're coming to L.A. in September or anytime thereafter. When a countryside garden will be open and waiting. 1 . ..f-r,ii" rrin .ft "i-m For reservations c:all your travel agont, your nearest I.KI office, or us toll-free 800-421-879!), in California 800-252-0197, in Los Angeles 213-029-1200. Asian Programming Moving to KSCI Japanese and Korean language programming previously seen on KBSC Channel 52 is moving to a new TV station, KSCI Channel 18, which began broadcasting June 30. KSCI is based in San Bernandino but is seen throughout much of Southern California. The Japanese programs will be broadcast on Wednesday and Saturday evenings. The Korean shows will air on Sunday nights. Asahi Homecast Corp., which provides the Japanese programming, said it plans to subtitle as many of the shows as possible in English "so that we can contribute something to a better understanding of modern Japan in America." KSCI is a nonprofit, educational, commercially supported station licensed to Global Television, Inc. Tom Factor, vice president of Global, said the TV operation was set up to extend the principles of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in his Science of Creative Intelligence. "We are dedicated to providing programming to raise the level of consciousness of the viewer and to give practi cal formulas to create an ideal society," Factor explained Monday. He said all their programming is designed to be uplifting and is aimed at helping to bring about a society in which there would be no crime, no illness and no accidents. At present the station is offering from four to five hours of programming a day, beginning about 6:30 p.m., Factor said, with a daily news show at 7 p.m. They hope to expand to eight hours a day soon, he added. They also hope eventually to offer only their own programming but until that is financially viable they are leasing time to the Japanese and Korean suppliers, he said. Among the programs KSCI is carrying now, Factor said, are shows on Transcendental Meditation, a basic course on the Science of Creative Intelligence, courses in a variety of disciplines from Maharishi International University in Fairfield, Iowa, and programs featuring Maharishi himself. KBSC said it is filling the time formerly given to the Japanese and Korean shows with reruns of old network series and syndicated programs. You can visit your shrink 6 nights a week. Dr. Toni Grant, KABC's resident psychologist, is now on every night, Monday through Saturday, 10 PM to Midnight. Tune in. Talking is good therapy. J mm tow m&rni Imagine getting any one of these prizes absolutely free! Three-day Princess Cruises for two to Mexico! Round trips for two to New York on American Airlines, with accommodations at the beautiful Americana Hotel! A 6-day round trip for two to Disneyworld in Orlando, Florida . . . including hotel, food and rides! Color TV's! Pocket Computers! $50 gift certificates! AMFM digital clock radios! Solid gold medallions valued at $75 each! KMPC will give away all of these valuable prizes . . . and many more! Here's how you can enter: Just go to your nearest participating 5 dealer and pick 710 up a Firestone-KMPC bumper sticker . . . . . . then put it on your car. There7s nothing to buy ...just listen to KMPC. The contest will run in every KMPC personality's program and will continue until all of the prizes have been given away. It's free... so listen NOW! 60LDraoioc771n II mm mm b m mm mm '"lllplrtc- Mill I llii JUBILEE 1927-1977 .Mr . I ., 1 1 , 1 . 1, it III,. KMI'C IMti'lloll" i V,nt NY AvetiUM in 1 1 1 1 1 uihhI. 'I In- u.iti- l.ln, k vmlll o Siiiim I M. .11 1. V .1 1 . 1 HOTEL & GARDEN LOS ANGL5

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