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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 138

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Friday, June 29, 1973
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<** * Republic Phoenix television , y Will oi dancers, not full company., at Met KTVR'ABC KPHO KOOI>CBS KTAR-NBC KPAZ Channel i Channel S Channel II Channel 12 Channel 21 *v FRIDAY, JUNE 2» 5:15 (10) Meditations 5:20 (10) Farm&Randh 5:30 (10) Summer Semester 0<j:00 (10) News : i.. (12) Today Show «:25 (12) RFD 12 ? 6:30 ( 3) Investments •:45 ( 5) Theater 7:H ( 3) Jack La Lanhe (10) Capt. Kangaroo (12) Today "7:15 (5) News 7:25 (12) News ,, 7:30 ( 3) News (5) Flintstones 1:00 (3) Romper Room ,; (5) Ladmo Show (10) Phoenix Show (12) Today Arizona '1:30 ( 3) Bewitched ' ( 5) Dick Van Dyke ' (10) Love,of Life '1:55 (10) News • f:00 ( 3) Password '' (U) Perry Mason (10) Young & Restless (12) Zoo Revue 1:30 ( 3) Split Second (10) Search Tomorrow (12) Who, What, Where »:55 (12) News 1»:W ( 3) All My Children - (5) Movie (10) News (12) Zoorama 11:30 ( 3) Make a Deal (10) World Turns (12) Three on Match 11:00 ( 3) Newlyweds (10) Guiding Light (12) Days of Lives 11:30 ( 3) Dating Game (10) Edge of Night (12) Doctors 12:00 ( 3) Gen. Hospital (5) News (10) Price Is Right (12) Another World lt:30 ( 3) One Life ( 5) It's Your Bet (10) Match Game (12) Peyton Place 1:00 (3) Love, Am. Style ( 5) Open House (10) Secret Storm (12) Somerset 1:30 ( 3) City Talk * (10) Joker's Wild (12) Jeannie (10) (12) News 1:00 ( 3) Petticoat Jet. ,.. (5) Movie 1 (10) $10,000 Pyramid (12) Sale of Century . 1:80 ( 3). Movie ( 5) Movie (10) Gambit (12) Hollywood Squares 2:55 (21) Devotionals 3:00 (10) Bonanza (12) Jeopardy < (21) Spanish Drama 1:30 ( 5) Wallace & Ladmo (12) Jeannie (21) Country Place 4:00 ( 3) Virginian (10) Mike Douglas (12) That Girl (21) Jim & Tammy 4:30 ( 5) Gilligan's Island (12) Hitchcock 1:00 ( 5) Big Valley • (12) Twilight Zone (21) Bozo Big Top 5:30 ( 3) (10) (12) News •:00 ( 3) News ( 5) Andy Griffith (12) News (21) Film 1:30 ( 3) What's My Line ( 5) Rifleman (10) Tell the Truth (12) Truth/Consequences (?1) Action Auction ;7:00 < 3) Brady Bunch ,? ( 5) Movie •; (10) 60 Minutes (12) Sanford & Son 7:30 ( 3) Odd Couple (12) Little People (21) Country Carnival 8:00 ( 3) Room 222 (10) Movie (12) Movie 1:30 ( 3) Love Thy Neighbor (21) Better World 9:00 ( 3) Love, Am. Style (5) Merv Griffin (21) The Gap 10:00 ( 3)(5)(10)(12) News 10;30 ( 3) Entertainment ( 5) Movie (10) Movie XU2) Tonight Show 12:00 ( 3) (12) News 12:15 (12) Midnight Special 12:30 (10) Phil Donahue 1:00 ( 5) Movie (10) News 1:45 (12) Movie , Workshops planned TUCSON - Workshops in the Community Development Training Program for public officials are planned for July and August by the Community Services Center of the University of Arizona Continuing Education Division. Any official of an Arizona city, town, county or state agency is eligible to participate. The workshops will be held in Sunrise Park Hotel on 'the White Mountain Apache Reservation, officials said. By CLIVE BARNES New York Times Service N«3W YORK - It is already seven ye^rs since we saw the full Bolshoi Ballet in New York, and ii is not the full Bolshoi Ballet that we are seeing at the Metropolitan Opera House. It is a large troupe of Bolshoi dancers, led by Raissa Struchkova, and including a number of the company's greatest stars, chiefly in highlights and, excerpts from the repertory. The company is a strong one and there is, this time, a special and most remarkable bonus. For the first time ever the dancers of the company arc being joined on a foreign tour by 75 young dancers from .the 200-year-old Bolshoi Dance Academy. It was the youngsters from the dance .academy who opened Tuesday night's gala premiere, with something they call "Ballet School." This is not to be confused with Asaf Messerer's familiar "Ballet School," which has in the past been a feature of the company's performances. This production has choreography by Maxim Maetiro- syan,. a choreographer from Armenia who is now chief balletmaster for the academy. The ballet shows the acade- Channel highlights WATERGATE HEARING Tentatively all the networks will be covering the hearings: Channel 3: 7-9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.-l p.m. Channel 8: 7 p.m. to conclusion. Channel 10: 7-9 a.m. and 10 a.m.-l p.m. Channel 12: 7 a.m. to conclusion. 3 p.m. (8) Firing Line: Guest on this last program of the series is Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass. 7 p.m. (10) 60 Minutes: A look at the U.S. Postal Service, including an interview with Postmaster General Elmer T. Klassen, and the discovery of a revolutionary new airplane wing principle. 12:15 a.m. (12) Midnight Special: Paul Williams hosts Kris Kristofferson, Rita Coolidge, The Electric Light Orchestra, Command Cody and 'His Lost Planet Airmen, King Harvest, "and Brewer and Shipley. MOVIES 10 a.m. (5) "Far Country"; stars James Stewart and Ruth Roman. 2 p.m. (5) "Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde". 2:30 p.m. (3) "Some People"; with-Kenneth Moore and Ray Brooks. 7 p.m. (5) "One Man's Way"; featuring Don Murray, Dana Hyland and William Windom. 8 p.m. (10) "The Southern Star"; George Segal and Ursula Andress star. 8 p.m. (12) "Mouse on the Moon"; starring Margaret Rutherford and Tecry-Thomas. 10:30 p.m. (5) "Long Day's .Journey Into Night"; stars Katharine Hepburn, Jason Rp- bards Jr., Ralph Richardson and Dean Stock well. 10:30 p.m. (10) "The Subter- raneans"; featuring Leslie Caron and George Peppard. 1 a.m. (5) "Horror Island"; with Lee Carillo and Dick Foran. 1:45 a.m. (12) "Amourous Adventures of Moll Flanders"; stars Kim Novak and Lilly Palmer . . . "7th Cavalry"; stars Randolph Scott and Barbara Hale . . . Laurel & Hardy. KAET-TV 8; 00 Hathayoga 8:30 Make Things Grow 9:00 Carrascolendas 9:30 Electric Company 10:00 Sesame Street 11:00 Electric Company 11:30 Misterogers 12:00 Hodgepodge Lodge 12:30 French Chef 1:00 Hathayoga 1:30 America '73 2:30 World Press 3:00 Thirty Minutes 3:30 Carrascolendas 4:00 Sesame Street 5:00 Misterogers 5:30 Hathayoga 6:00 Hodgepodge Lodge 6:30 Electric Company 7:00 Watergate Hearing my's dance training, from young childferi, from about senior graduating students in their late teens. Choreographically it is nothing to write home about — not even home to Moscow — and it is a spectacle of more interest to dancers and hardcore balletomanes than to the public. But these are glorious young dancers. Most beautifully trained, with perfect style and control. The star of this academic gala was a tiny 13-year-old boy, Igor Terentiev. Small and grave, without a fully fledged technique, this little boy showed some of the loveliest extensions and placing I have ever seen. Soviet companies rarely give F o k i n e 's "Les Sylp- hides" (they call it "Chopi- niana") with any particular distinction — they lack the continuing F o k i n e tradition we have enjoyed in the west — and this Bolshoi production is no exception. It opens with the solecism (occassionally misguidely approved by Fokine himself) of using Chopin's Marche Militaire as an 'overture, has a watery backcloth only suitable for the more lurid of cheap candyboxes, has choreography slightly blurred in its details, and was not even particularly well danced. Maris Liepa did splendidly in the • male role, and Miss Struchkova was quietly distinguished in the Prelude. I also liketl the fresh promise of Marina Leonova in the waltz. But this was not a "Les Lylp- hides" for connoisseurs. In these kinds of circuits stances — excerpts' in front of blank curtains — it is often the divertissements, just plain, simple dancing, that come off best. They did here. Many of them were familiar, the polonnaise from "!van Sussanin," Nina Sorokina and Yuri Vladimirov exultant in "The Flames of Paris," Shamil Yagudin as perky as ever in his Gopak from "Taras Bulba," Yelena Riabinkina and Nicolai Fadeyechev leading a somewhat subdued ensemble in excerpts from "Raymond a," and Miss Struckhova most valiantly partnered by Vladimir Roma- nenko in Alexander Lapauri's "Etude." WOW! MICHAEL DIXON MORNINGS on KRDS 1190 6:45 COLLEGE CLASSES Intro, to Theatre 7: tS EYEWITNESS NEWS Eyeopener Edition T:30 THE FLINTSTONES 8:00 THE LADMO SHOW 8:30 DICK VAN DYKE 9:00 PERRY MASON 10:00 GOOD MORNING MOVIE James Stewart, Ruth Roman "FAR COUNTRY" 12:00 EYEWITNESS NEWS Noon Edition 12:30 IT'S YOUR BET 1;00 PHOENIX AT MIDDAY OPEN HOUSE: Actor Bob Crane is special guest. 2:00 TV 5 MATINEE "ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET DR.JEKYLLANOMR. HYDE" 3:30 WALLACE I, LADMO Wallace considers retirement 4:30 GILLIGAN'S ISLAND Gilligan thinks he's turning into a vampire. 5:00 THE BIG VALLEY Antoinette Bower and Michael Dante guest star, 1:00 ANDY GRIFFITH Barney's girl goes out with Gomer. 6:30 THE RIFLEMAN Chuck Connors 7;00 TV 5 FAVORITE MOVi'E Don Murray, Diana Hyland "ONE MAN'S WAY" Biography of Norman Vincent Peole. 9;00 MERV GRIFFIN SHOW From the Hollywood . Palace. 10:00 EYEWITNESS Ken Coy 10:30 MOVIETIME Katharine Hepburn Jason Robards, Jr. "LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT" 1:00 STUDIO FIVE "HORROR ISLAND" 4121 N. 7th Street 3702 N. Bishop Lane $ PHONE 264-3534 NEW PER DAY FREE MILES AIR CONDITIONED CARS 6 ACQUANETTA - JACK ROSS TONIGHT'S MOVIE "LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT" Katharine Hepburn CHANNEL 5 10:30 P.M. PRESENTED BY JACK ROSS LINCOLN-MERCURY 665 W. MAIN, MESA KOOL-TVI PHOENIX! A CBS AFFILIATE 5:20 FARM & RANCH 5:30 SUMMER SEMESTER 6:00 CBS NEWS/HART 1:00 CBS NEWS REPORT - SENATE WATERGATE HEARINGS 9:30 SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 10:00 KOOL NEWS/CHUCK DIMOND 10:30 AS THE WORLD TURNS 11:00 CBS NEWS REPORT - SENATE WATERGATE HEARINGS 1:30 CAPTAIN KANGAROO 2:00 ACROSS THE T SEAS DRAWINGS, MEET THE PANEL. 2:30 GAMBIT 3:00 BONANZA - "THE LEGACY," Ben is shot and left for dead, and his three sons separately seek vengeance when his blood-smeared horse turns.up, 4:00 MIKE DOUGLAS - Marty Allen cohosts. Guests: Frankie Vali & The 4 Seasons, U.S. Navy Parachute Team, The Flying Pierces, The Spinners, Sunja, th« elephant, and Robert Conrad. 5:30 CBS NEWS/CRONKITE 6:00 KOOL NEWS/BILL CLOSE Joe Dougherty, weather; Bill Denny, sports. 6:30 TO TELL THE TRUTH Marcia Kessler, who received a pony from the Internal Revenue Service, and Lebaron Moseley, who analyzes people from their doodling, meet the panel. 7:0060 MINUTES - Mike Wallace, tolksjwith former Presidential adviser John Ehrlichman on domestic matters and Morley Safer re, v ports on a paper airplane that could revolutionize the aircraft industry. 8:00 CBS MOVIE - "SOUTHERN STAR," George Segal, Ursula Andress and Orson Wells (tar in the happy drama of diamond hunting in Africa. 10:00 KOOL NEWS/DAVE NICHOLS — Joe Dougherty, weather; Bill Denney, sports. 10:30 CBS LATE MOVIE - "THE SUBTERRANEANS," Leslie Caron plays a girl constantly seeking a true love until she meets an unpublished writer (George Peppard). Based on the novel by Jack Kerouac.f 1969) 12:30 PHIL DONAHUE SHOW 1:00 KOOL LATE NEWS ANOTHER ALL AMERICAN VALUE Only ISC •McDonald's Red, White and Blueberry shakes are here in celebration of July 4th. And now thru July 8th you can have one for 15?. Paul Revere would have loved one at the end of his ride. You will tod. Offer good thru July 8th at all 10 valley locations $ lets ARIZOIM STVLi 44th Avc. & Glendolt | 43rd Ave. 4 " Indun School Genital 4 Indian School • ; < | 9 9 9 W -I 1 ! Jv V • |L~A,C|[ CAAJTQJ* 0LINDAU •ETHAMT MQWl £ INDIAN K •> . •-' I 5 SCHOOL « 11VOSU03C »»•<>«» • 9 ^^•MCHI N THOJtfAf 1 HINT fO OWN (. MeD«*trittil.iMi Ji«Mtntr»l »t», • *••••••••••••••••••••••••§•••••••••••••• fi:.')0 IriveslmctU.s 7:00 lack Lul/annc rrtt air conditioning lurwty. Our TRANE Comfort Corps consul (.ant's central air conditioning survey is free to you. But not cheap for us. Because it's thorough, precise, detailed. Call and we'll match comfort to your needs. PRMNC IIOUM Mf CbfMMlOfmlJ 943-7291 CMS am conpiT/oninn 9 !) 10 1 0 I 1 I \ l2 I2 I •2 :M Bewitched :00 Password :UO Split St-fond :00 All .Nty Children ;UO Let's Make ADcj :00 .\c\vl\ • \vc-.d (iaiiu- :',W l)alhi«(;aiiu' :0(K.'oiicrai Hospital ::i0()m: Life To Live ;00 I,O\T , American Style :OOI'irlticoal.|el. :W Aft. Slioxvtiinc ''Some People" :00 The Virginian KTVK-TV ABCEVKXINC NKAV.S fi:00 MOWS, 1 } -Jim Howl. Rick Little. Torn Miseha Axlt'nc «::iOWIinl - .s,My Line? 7:00 Brady Bunch 7;3() v Odd'Couple 8:00 Room 222 ackic 8:.'H) l,(m-: THY XKIGIIBOK - Charlie arc misuiulrr.stood by their spouses. 9:00 1,0VI-!, AMKHICAX'S'I'VI,!;; -John Astin. lane. Memm. Lou jacobi .10:00 MOWS ;j - Mitch O'lincan. Tom Sc.hoe.mlic.nst. Mischa A.vlinc. lOi.'iOIACK I'AAK-'loeCara.uiola I2M LATE MOWS RKPOKT- Mitch Duncan 3:30 \\\ I DREAM OF JEAMIE FRIDAY or\ 3:30 I DREAM OF JEANNIE 4:00 THAT 6IRL 4:30 HITCHCOCK PRESENTS 5:00 TWILIGHT ZONE 5:30 NBC NIGHTLY NEWS 6:00 NEWS 12 SIX O'CLOCK REPORT 6:30 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES 7:00 SANFORD & SON 7:30 LITTLE PEOPLE 8:OOFRIDAYNIGHTATTHE MOVIES "Mouse on rhe Moon" starring Margaret Rutherford and Terry Thomas 10:00 RAY THOMPSON NEWS 10:30 TONIGHT SHOW Joey Bishop is guest host 12:00 NEWS 1 2 FINAL REPORT 12:1 5 MIDNIGHT SPECIAL (The only one at 12:15) Guests include rock and rollers and others. 1:45 NIGHT OWL MOVIE. "Amorous Advenures of Moll Flanders," starring Kim Novak and "7th Cavalry," starring Randolph Scott. Plus Laurel & Hardy. 5:00 PM TWILIGHT ZONE You'll love Holiday Forest for what it is. And you'll love it for what it isn't. li isn'f a country club in the woods. Mother Nature planned Holiday Forest as a genuine timber retreat—and we went along with her. 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