The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on February 27, 1970 · 88
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20 P1 IV-Fri., Feb. 27, 190 RADIO HIGHLIGHTS KABC - 790 KFI KALI . 1430 KFOX KBIG - 740 KFWB K66Q - 1500 KGBS . KDAY - 1580 KGER . KEZY .1190 KGFJ . KFAC - 1330 KGIL . KWOW - 1600 640 1280 . 980 1020 1390 1230 1260 XERB MUSIC-PERSONALITY 1-10 a.m. lohman & Barkley, KFI; Deano Day, KLAC; Dick Whittinghill, KMPC; Bob Hudson, KGBS; Dick Whittington, KGIL 5- Noon Geoff Edwards. KMPC. 10-1 p.m. Bill Ballance, KGBS; Charlie O'Donnell, KLAC. 10 2 p.m. Jerry Bishop, KFI. 10-3 p.m. Dudley Williams, KGIL Noon-1 p.m. Ira Cook. KMPC. 1-3 p.m. Roger Carroll, KMPC. 1- 4 p.m. Roger Christian, KGBS; Mike! Hunter, KLAC. 2 6 p.m. Jay Lawrence, KFI. 3- 7 p.m. Gary Owens, KMPC; Wink Martindale, KGIL. 4- 7 p.m. les Crane, KLAC. 4 8 p.m. Dick Lycns, KGBS. 6:30-9 p.m. Roger Carroll, KMPC. 7-8 p.m. Chuck Cecil, KFI. 7- 10 p.m. Gary Mack KLAC. 8- Midnight Chris Charles, KGBS, Dave Hull, KFI. 9- Midnight Johnny Magnus, KMPC. 10- 2 a.m. Bill Taylor, KLAC. Midnight-6 a.m. Jazzbo Collins, KFI; Jack Angel, KMPC; Brad Edwards, KGBS; Larry Van Nuys. KGIL. 2- 6 a.m. Jim Holt, KLAC. MUSIC-ROCK 9 a.m. Robert W. Morgan, KHJ; Jay Stevens, KRLA. 6- 10 a.m.-Jimmy O'Neill, KDAY. 9- noon Johnnie Darin, KRLA; Bill Wade, KHJ. 10- 3 p.m. Don Hinson, KDAY. Noon-3 p.m. Bob Dayton, KRLA; Charlie Tuna, KHJ. 36 p.m. Don Steele, KHJ; Dick Sainte, KRLA. 3- 7 p.m.-Tom Maule, KDAY. 69 p.m. Humble Harve, KHJ; Russ O'Hara, KRLA. 7- Midnight-Earl Trout, KDAY. 9-Midnight Scotty Brink, KHJ; Jimmy Rabbit, KRLA. TODAY'S FM 7:00 a.m. KNX (93.1) Young Sound 8:00 KFAC (92.3) Baroque Music 8:00 KNX (93.1) News 8:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring lana Cantrell (Stereo) ;30KNAC (105.5) Stock Market Report 9:00 KFAC (92.3) Morning Music Hall 9:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring Friends of Distinction (Stereo) 10:00 KMAX (107.1) Caffeine Club 1 0-00 KPFK (90.7) Morning Reading 10:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring the Carpenters (Stereo) 1100 KRHM (102.7) Featuring Tony Bennett (Stereo) 12:00 noon KFAC (92.3) Classical Piano Music 12:00 KMAX (107.1) Afternoon Show 12:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring Dusty Springfield (Stereo) 1:00 p.m. KFAC (92.3) Luncheon at The Music Center 1:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring the Sandpipers (Stereo) 1:00 KUSC (91.5) New Releases 2:00 KFAC (92.3) Mozart, "La Finta Giardiniera"; Tchaikovsky, Concerto in D Major; Casella, "Paganiniana" (Stereo) 2:00 KPFK (90.7) Thayer's Beethoven 3:00 KFAC (92.3) World of Opera - (Stereo) 3:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring Vic Damone (Stereo) 3.-00 KUSC (91.5) Collector's Corner 4:00 KMAX (107.1) Operation Request 4:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring Judy Collins (Stereo) 5:00 KRHM (102.7) Strictly From Dixie 6:00 KFAC (92.3) Dinner Concert 6:00 KMAX (107.1) Music for Dining and Relaxation Namath's Role in Work on His Life NEW YORK L?l Joe Namath, quarterback of the New York Jets professional football team, has agreed to act as narrator when the New York Philharmonic introduces next May a musical work based on his life. The work was composed by Richard Hyman, with lyrics by Dick Schaap, Namath's ghost writer. Namath's role will take about six minutes. The quarterback, who has gim-py legs, remarked: "I'm sure it will turn out all right as long as my knees hold up." .00 anfff If 0 Zim:s KGRB KHJ 9Q0 KPOL . 1540 930 KREL . 1370 870 KRKD- 1150 1220 KRLA -1110 . 570 KTYM-1460 . 7(0 KWIZ . 1480 1070 KWKW- 1309 XTRA . 690 KIEV KKAR KLAC KMPC KNX . - 1090 Midnight-6 a.m. Johnny Hayes, KRLA; Johnny Williams, KHJ; Nathan Roberts, KDAY. MUSIC-CLASSICAL . Continuous KFAC. SPANISH LANGUAGE Continuous KWKW, KALI. STOCK MARKET 7:50 a.m. KABC, KFWB. , 8 a.m. KFAC. 8:10 a.m. KFI. 8:15 a.m. KMPC. 8:30 a.m. KLAC. 8:50 a.m. KABC, KFWB. 5 p.m.-KFAC. 5:25 p.m.-KHJ. 5:30 p.m.-KLAC, KABC. 5:40 p.m. KGIL. 6:05 p.m. KFI. NEWS Continuous-KFWB, KNX. On the Hour and Half-Hour KFI, KLAC, KMPC, KABC, KGIL. KRLA, KPOL, KGBS, KRKD, KWKW, KBIG, KDAY, KHJ (20 mm. before & after the hour.) CONVERSATION 9-1 p.m. Michael Jackson, KABC. 1-4 p.m. Marv Gray, KABC. 6-10 p.m. Ken Minyard, KABC. 10 Midnight-Bud Haley, KABC. Midnight-5 a.m. Ray Briem, KABC. 7:30 a.m.-Fulton Lewis III, KRKD. NEWS COMMENTARY 8:30 a.m. Frank Hemingway, KABC. Noon Paul Harvey, KABC. 4:30 p.m. David Brinklev, KFI. 4:40 p.m. Walter Cronkite. KNX. 5 p.m. Lowell Thomas. KNX. 5:25 p.m. Edward P. Morgan, KABC. 7 p.m. Douglas Edwards, KNX. 10:30 p.m.-Chet Huntley. KFI. SPORTS TODAY 8 p.m. lakers vs. Bulls, KABC. 8 p.m. USC vs. Cal. KFI. 8 p.m.-UCLA vs. Stanford, KMPC. HIGHLIGHTS 6:00 KPOL (93.9) Music a la Carte 6:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring Spanky and Our Gang (Stereo) 7:00 KPFK (90.7) The Scene: Education 7:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring Burt Bacharach (Stereo) 8:00 KCBH (98.7) Opera: Wagner, "Die Gotterdammerung" (Stereo) 8:00 KFAC (92.3) Berlioz, "Roman Carnival"; Mendelssohn, Symphony No. 3 in A Minor; Verdi, Arias; Kodaly, "Galenta" (Stereo) 8:00 KRHM (102.7) Folk Music 9:00 KBBI (107.5) Concert Hall 10:00 KFAC (92.3) Collector's Shelf 10:00 KPOL (93.9) String Shift 11:00 KRHM (102.7) Featuring Christopher Parkening (Stereo) WORRIED ABOUT YOUR IHCOME TAX? GOT A PARTICULAR WE WILL GIVE YOU THE ANSWER TO ANYONE QUESTION FREE -NO OBLIGATION! This year take the iorWARD step and solve your income tax problems. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY PRIVATE INTERVIEWS 1-TRIP SERVICE TRAINED PERSONNEL YOUR RETURN CAREFULLY REVIEWED Now More Than Ever You Need Professional Help! 0 URPLEDGE C Bring us your W-2 and olhtr tax data. 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In his main speech, he said the working press, reporters and commentators must rebel against media management, newspaper publishers and broadcast executives who "are not interested in free speech, but profitable speech." 40 of Homes Have Color TV Four out of 10 U.S. television households are now equipped with color receivers, according to the NBC's latest quarterly estimate. As of Jan. 1, color television households (one or more color sets) totaled 23.4 million, or 39.3 of all television households. During 1969, the number of color television households increased by 4.7 million, or 25 over the Jan. 1, 1969, total. QlKEZJD Color TV with . nrnnTf aauthai fed $359" chassis, powerful New Vista deluxe cabinet styling. Blvd.. Los Angeles' it LOWEST PR GES! g Plumbing Fixtures Garbage oipos Q ers Kitcnen cabinets Built-in ShflWilP nnnrc Tub Enclosures Room Additions. SPECIAL THIS WEEK WaLl Your BATHROOM or . . . KITCHEN 3 walls (round your tub, 36" High or floor to celling behind your stove. 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Top Sirloin Steak. . . 1.491b. Club Steak 981b. Boneless N.Y. Steak . 1.98 lb. P.ib Steak 79 lb. Filet Mignon ..... 1.98 lb. Spencer Steak 1.79 lb. Standing Rib Roast . . .79 lb. Ground Beef ..... .49 lb. AND OF COURSE, USDA PRIME MARCHES ON! In our complete line of incomparable Prime Meats, these beef roasts: Prime Pepper Roast $1.69 lb. Our Bell Pepper Stuffing makes this lean juicy roast verrry interesting. Prime Manhattan Roast . . . $1.69 lb. Cut from the quarter right next to the top sirloin. We roll it in just enough fat to keep it moist and flavorful. For oven or rotisserie. Prime English Cut Roast $1.29 lb. Finest of all pot roasts with nary a smidgen of fat or gristle! Prime N.Y. Tip Roast . . ... . . $2.29 lb. That hard-to-find small roast. A cut exclusive with the Chalet.. Try one! Prime Denver Roast . $1.49 lb. Perfect for family or company. We'll season it, compliments of the house. Prime Butterball Roast . . $1.98 lb. The. cut? Our little secret. The taste? Your guests will rhapsodize. Prime Tri Tip Roast $1.98 lb. A lean and flavorful favorite of the Chalet's fussiest customers. Prime Eye Round Roast $1.69 lb. Tenderly delicious, it makes dinner an occasion to remember. Sunset and Fairfax in Hollywood (213) 874-6301 131 Palos Verdes Blvd., Riviera Village (213 ) 373-6753 JM If " 131 Palos Verdes Blvd., Riviera Village (213) 373-6753 - 1 1 4067 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City (213) 763-8227 J 7 The We . , . . Jj) TASTE THE FRESHNESS OF (L f UM&y CHALET FISH AND POULTRY - Alaskan King Crab Meat Fresh Jumbo Dungeness Crabs Monterey Abalone Steaks (already pounded) . Little Neck Clams Cherrystone Clams Blue Point Oysters . Cocktail Oysters from Washington (Ji lb. jar) . California Frying Chickens (2!ito 3 lbs.) California Fryer Breasts & Legs California Roasters (4 to 6 lbs.) Fresh Chicken Livers FABULOUS FOODS FROM THE CHALET DELI Super Special Combo! Chalet's Price $3.69 1 lb. Rare Roast Beef 6 Kaiser or Onion Rolls 1 lb. Potato Salad or Cole Slaw 2 Pickles and cup of Mustard CO Eastern Thick Sturgeon-moist and tasty $1.49 ! lb. Chalet's Roast Beef-rare and tender 79 'A lb. Special! New York Corn Rye (1 lb.) . .49 each CHEESE IMPORTS FROM A WORLDLY VARIETY Imported Switzerland Swiss Cheese . $.98 Js lb. Imported Cherry Cheese from France 69 K lb. Imported Walnut Cheese from France ....... .69 5 lb. 161 falos Verdes Blvd., Mviera Village ji-ot JO WX (Ml 4067 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City (213) 763-8227 )hV' CHALET GOURMET Yr1 Jj33Bj' 1 ) Th Service Market For Prime Meatt and Quality Provisions I NsS .';:; ' If Open 7 days a week 10 am to 10 pm w, 'W ' I I I . m m m ntnai till S-aikV AMA y.ie m X . a background. Other locations for the special, which will be shown in the United States April 26. were London, Paris and Sun Valley, Ida. Guest stars included Tom Jones, John Wayne and Bob Hope. 4067 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City (213) iCHALET GOURMET iy The Service Market For Prime Meats and Quality Provisions 1 f Service Market For Prime Meats and Quality Provisions Open7 days a week 10 am to 10 vn honor BankAmericard & Master Charge HOT FOODS TO GO Gourmet Fried Chicken Dinner 99c includes 3 pes. tender plump chicken, creamy whipped potatoes and gravy, cole slaw, fresh roll, butter & honey, (price prevails Friday, Saturday & Sunday) Sunset and Fairfax in Hollywood (213) 874-6301 . 131 Palos Verdes Blvd., Riviera Village (213) 373-6755 4067 Laurel Canyon Blvd., Studio City (213 .jwi.ws, ieps. if j.aeKie.ss,ij Thief Roles Filled : Alan Baxter and Keed-i Morgan have been signed ; by executive producer ; Jack Arnold for key roles in the "Beyond a Treason-.: able Doubt" episode of It' . 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