Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 4, 1969 · Page 49
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 49

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24 The Arizona Repub epublic O Phoenix, Tnes., Nov. 4, 1969 Today 9 8 video schedule ior Phoenix CBS plans to ax Leslie Uggams show KTVK-ABC KPHO KAET-NET KOOL-CBS KTAR-NBC KPAZ Channel 3 Channel 5 Channel 8 Channel 10 Channel 12 Channel 21 *Black and White Programs TUESDAY, NOV. 4 5:15 (10) Meditation 5:20 (10) Farm and Ranch 5:30 (10) Sunrise Semester 6:00 (10) Joseph Benti (12) Today 6:25 (12) RFD 12 6:30 (12) Today 7:00 (10) Capt. Kangaroo 7:25 (12) Today in Arizona 7:30 (12) Today 8:00 ( 8) Yoga* (10) Lucy Show (12) Today in Arizona 8:30 ( 3) Cartoons ( 8) TV High School* (10) Beverly Hillbillies (12) Romper Room 9:00 ( 3) Jack LaLanne ( 8) Intro, to Music* (10) Andy Griffith (12) Sale of Century 9:15 (5) Paul Harvey 9:20 ( 5) Community Corner 9:30 ( 3) News ( 5) Phx. College Classes ( 8) Spanish I* (10) Love of Life (12) Hollywood Squares 10:00 ( 3) Bewitched ( 5) Cartoons ( 8) Pocketful of Fun* (10) Where the Heart Is (12) Jeopardy 10:25 (10) News 10:30 ( 3) That Girl ( 5) Sea Hunt* ( 8) Once Upon A Day* (10) Search (12) Name Droppers 10:55 (12) News 11:00 ( 3) Dream House (5) Doctor Kildare* ( 8) Spanish II* (10) News (12) It Takes Two 11:25 (12) News 11:30 ( 3) Make a Deal (8) Intro, to Music* (10) World Turns (12) Putting Me On 12:00 ( 3) Newlyweds ( 5) (12) .News ( 8) Misterogers* (10) Splendored Thing 12:30 ( 3) Dating Game ( 5) Ladmo Show ( 8) What's New?* (10) Guiding Light (12) The Doctors 1:00 ( 3) General Hospital ( 5) Open House (.8) Friendly Giant* (10) Secret Storm (12) Another World 1:15 (8) Guten Tag* 1:30 ( 3) One Life to Live ( 8) One to One* (10) Edge of Night (12) Bright Promise 2:00 ( 3) Dark Shadows ( 5) Movie* ( 8) Bridge* (10) Gomer Pyle (12) Letters to Laugh-In 2:30 ( 3) Homemakers ( 8) Human Relation!? (10) Mike Douglas (12) Concentration 3:00 (3) Real McCoys ( 8) Pocketful! of Fun* (12) Our Lives 3:30 ( 3) Batman ( 8) Once Upon a Day* (12) Steve Allen (21) Movie* 3:35 ( 5) Cartoons 4:00 ( 3) Flintstones ( 5) Wallace & Co. ( 8) What's New?* (10) David Frost 4:30 ( 3) News ( 8) Friendly Giant* (12) Truth or Consequences 4:45 ( 8) Guten Tag* 5:00 ( 3) (12) News , : ( 5) Dennis the Menace* ( 8) Misterogers* (12) News 5:30 ( 3) Hazel* ( 5) News ( 8) Spanish I* Highlights today on Phoenix TV 4 p.m. (10) David Frostr Guests include Ravi Shankar, Fannie Flagg, Garson Kanin, Ruth Gordon, Larry Santos and Charles Evers (c). 6:30 p.m. (3) Mod Squad: Carolyn Jones stars as a woman with a split personality whose life is threatened by an unknown assailant (c). 6:30 p.m. (10) Red Skelton: Today's TV movies 2 p.m. (5) "Hot Spell"; 1958; Shirley Booth, Anthony Quinn: A family drama Barred by phony ending. 3:30 p.m. (21) "Rise and. Shine"; 1941; Jack Oakie, Linda Darnell: Mobsters capture a football hero so the team will lose. Best-of-Show: 7:30 p.m. (3) "The Pigeon"; 1969; Sammy Davis Jr., Pat Boone, Ricardo Montalban: An explosive detective drama about a private eye who becomes involved in a strange shadow world (c). 8 p.m. (5) "Woman of Straw"; 1964; Gina Lollobrig- ida, Sean Connery: *A well- dressed murder mystery (c). 8 p.m. (21) "Apartment for Peggy"; 1948; Jeanne Crain, William Holden: The situation is familiar; only the war has changed. 10 p.m. (21) "A Bell for Adano"; 1945; John Hodiak, Gene Tierney: Story of the American occupation of a small Italian town. 10:30 p.m. (5) "The Best of Everything"; 1959; Hope Lange, Stephen Boyd: Inside darkest Madison Avenue; an- exploration of the loves of office workers and the .higher- ups (c). .-•" 12:25 a.m. (12) "Make Haste to Uve"; 1953; Dorothy, McGuire, Stephen McNally: A man makes a second attempt on his wife's life. Red welcomes Audrey Meadows, Three Dog Night and Edgar Bergen with Charlie McCarthy (c). 7 p.m. (12) Debbie Reynolds: A defecting foreign girl track star is hidden by Debbie and Jim when she tells them secret agents are after her (c). 7 p.m. (21) The Untouchables: A girl attempts to gain Channel Chuckles By BEL KEANE "Transportation for our cast was provided by Acme Van Lines, Continental Trailways, Southern Pacific, Greyhound, Apache Air Lines, Thunder Moving and Storage, Overland Motor Pool, and Charter Buses, Inc!" personal power by playing off underworld elements seeking her favor against one other. 7:30 p.m. (12) Julia: Julia's neighbors appoint her to do something about the noise , made by a drummer in an adjacent agartment (c). 8 p.m. (10) KOOL News Special: "The Race to City Hall," a documentary consisting of a series of filmed discussions with the various candidates for mayor (c). 8 p.m. (12) First Tuesday: A look at U.S. rule in Okinawa from the Okinawan point of view, filmed reports on the contemplative life at the Poor Clare Monastery in Omaha, Neb., arid a report on George C. Wallace (c). 9 p.m. (3) Marcus Welby, M.D.: A young man regains his sight and has second thoughts on his engagement to a blind girl (c). 9 p.m. (8) NET Science Special: A film of ,the world's only artificial heart implantation in a human being and exclusive interviews with Drs. Denton Cooley and Michael DeBakey (c). 9 p.m. .(10) Lancer: Johnny falls in live with a young missionary girl (c). 10:30 p.m. (12) Election '69: Frank McGee reports on the major election races (c). 10:45 p.m, (12) Tonight: Alan King welcomes Heywood Hale Broun (c). TV PROVES POWERFUL JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) — Television, long regarded as a threat to public morals by South Africa's conservative government, is ironically proving one of the country's "most powerful promotion media overseas." The South African Tourist Corp. (SATOUR) reported the "exceptionally hostile campaign'.' against South Africa's racial policies by foreign newspapers was waning. 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( 5) Dick Van Dyke* ( 8) Spanish IP (10) (12) News 6:30 ( 3) Mod Squad ( 5) Gilligan's Island ( 8) Intro, to Music* (10) Red Skelton (12) Jeannie (21) Peter Gunn* 7:00 ( 5) Gidget ( 8) TV High School* (12) Debbie Reynolds (21) Untouchables* 7:30 ( 3) Movie ( 5) Death Valley Days ( 8) Gardening* (10) Governor and-J. J. (12) Julia 8:00 ( 5) (21) Movie* ( 8) Sex Education* (10) Race to City Hall (12) First Tuesday 9:00 ( 3) Marcus Welby MD ( 8) Science Special (10) Lancer 10:00 ( 3) (10) (12) News ( 5) He Said-She Said ( 8) Ariz. Business* (21) Movie* 10:30 ( 3) Joey Bishop ( 5) Movie* ( 8) Bridge (10) Merv Griffin (12) Election Report 12:00 ( 3) News (10) Perry Mason 12:15 (12) News 12:25 (12) Movies* 12:30 ( 5) Paul Harvey By JERRY BUCK Associated Press NEW YORK-CBS will cancel the Leslie Uggams show and move the Glen Campbell show into its Sunday night period tfn Dec. 21, reliable sources reported. "Hee Haw," a sort of country "Laugh-In," will take over Campbell's Wednesday night slot on Dec. 17. The show did well in the ratings against "Bonanza" last summer. In addition, CBS is expected to cancel "The Good Guys" on Fridays and substitute a new situation comedy starring Tim Conway. CBS is expected to announce the changes at its affiliates advisory board meeting in Nassau, Bahamas, today or tomorrow. Confirmation of the changes was learned from sources in the advertising community. The Uggams show, the first to ever star a black hostess of a television variety series, did CAR-STARTING TROUBLE WASHINGTON (UPI) Automobile starting trouble — battery, starter and ignition system failure — was the basis for most calls for emergency assistance during 1968, says fhe American Automobile Association. "Advertisement" YOU MAY HEAR AGAIN AND ... 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