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REPUBLIC CITY B-20 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Sat., June 30, 1973 o Phoenix television «TVK.AfiC KPHO KOOL-CBS KTAR-NBC KPAZ Channel I Channel I Channel II Channel II Channel It _ SATURDAY, JUNE 30 •|»00 ( 3) Osmonds '•'': (10) Chan Clan »< (12) Jetsons '4:80 ( 3) Superstar Movie c ' (10) Scooby Doo , ; (12) Pink Panther ;7:00 (12) Underdog ^:1S ( 5) Across Fence '7:30 ( 3) Brady Kids ".*•• (10) Josie/Outer Space ; - (12) Barkleys '^7:45 ( 5) World of Wonder •'1:00 ( 3) Bewitched : '. ( 5) Hello World ;;#'. (10) Flintstone Hour >'.,' (12) Sealab 2020 •JiSO ( 3) Kid Power 1 .; (5) Vision On •".$'' (12) Runaround <f:00 ( 3) Funky Phantom ; <.' ( 5) Munsters (10) Archie N ,,.•.. (12) Around World /9i30 ( 3) Lidsville .;.••• ( 5) Flintstones •••- (10) Fat Albert I. : (12) Talk With Giant 10100 ( 3) Monkees •'• ( 5) Eddie's Father w-.l (10) Children's Film ;>•; (12) Houndcats ..';. IQrSO ( 3) Am. Bandstand ' ( 5) World Beyond K (12) Roman Holiday 11:00 ( 3) Pets on Parade •i r (10) Bugs Bunny -X (12) Baseball 11:130 ( 3) Know Neighbors ;.-.<< (10) Sabrina lihOO ( 3) City Talk • « (5) Movie 1 :. (10) Movie 32:30 ( 3) Movie .1(15 (21) Hawaii Plays 1;30 (21) Luncheon Ariz. •2JOO ( 3) World of Sports '"• ( 5) Western Open "";< (10) Tarzan J> (12) Hogan's Heroes :i!.30 (12) Science Fiction -'••"; •• (21) Emma Galaz •3:00 ( 5) NFL Action " ,' (10) Father Gets Home ;/; (12) Takes a Thief '3:30 ( 3) Earth Lab -;; ( 5) Protectors ;,--..'; (10) Lancer ""O (21) Meditations V 4':00 ( 5) Death Valley 'C (12) Flip Side * (21) Spanish >:30 ( 3) I've Got a Secret •*•'?•>: ( 5) Thriller ,x. (10) High Chaparral ',. (12) Daniel Boone " / (21) Spanish "5:00 ( 3) Police Surgeon :: 5:30 ( 3) Reasoner Report - -, ( 5) Buck Owens f.v (10)(12) News .*;;"• (21) Spanish Drama -6iOO ( 3) Partridge Family ";•'. ( 5) Hee Haw ''*'•• (10) News !•" (12) Price Is Right «:30 ( 3) Paul Lynde • ; (10) Great About America ; (12) Make a Deal ; ,; (21) Spanish ^7:00 ( 3) Burns and Schrei*•*.. ber .,-: ( 5) You Asked For It • ...• (10) All in the Family •;•• '••. (12) Emergency 7:30 ( 5) This Is Your Life >, (10) Bridget & Bernie -: (21) Spanish '.8:'00 ( 3) The Men V ' ( 5) Movie ";. • (10) Mary Tyler Moore (12) Movie " (21) Spanish /8.-30 (10) Bob Newhart ; v &:00 ( 3) Movie •-V- (10) Mission Impossible »-: (21) Rock Church ^9:30 (21) Bible Fellowship 10:00 ( 5) News ••'.• (10) News •10:15 (12) News 10:30 ( 5) Perry Mason "•\ (10) Tom Jones J0;45 (12) Movie Jl:15 ( 3) News 11>30 ( 3) Movie ; ' ( 5) Movie * •: (10) Dragnet •12:00 (10) Voyage to Bottom 12:45 (12) Movie : KAET.TV j PBS, CHANNEL 8 00 KIDS-TV ,1?:00 Zoom Jg:30 Course of Times *j:00 Bridge "1:30 360 Degrees ^2:00 Careers r2:30 Este Eres Tu '8:00 Western World .i:00 The Session :4:30 Kup's Show -;5:45 Figure It Out _.,<>: 00 Gardening ^6:30 Washington Park •7:00 Sports '70s. • 9:00 Cinema Classics 10:45 David Susskind Public Broadcasting adopts plan of stations Associated Press WASHINGTON - The Public Broadcasting Service board of governor? and managers Thursday announced a basic national program service for the coming fall and winter, assigning one-fifth of the time to public affairs. It matches the "mix" of programs that public television stations said nearly a year ago they wanted for their audiences, said Ralph Rogers, chairman of the PBS governors, after their meeting here. Approximately 40 per cent of the program hours are for children, 40 per cent in the "cultural" category and the remaining 20 per cent in the controversial public affairs category. The percentages are about the same as in past years, a PBS spokesman said. Rogers said, the "mix" is "possible' as a result of close cooperation at the staff and board committee levels among PBS, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the public television stations offering the programs." Public affairs programs scheduled to return include Black Journal, Washington Week in Review, The Advocates and Wall Street Week. Two of the more controversial ones, William L. Buckley's Firing Line and Bill Moyer's Journal, along with Behind the Lines, are still being negotiated. The program lineup follows last month's compromise between PBS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting over control of the programs offered to the 237 PBS stations. PBS said that although the programs closely parallel the list of programs recommended by the former PBS board last January, many series Channel Chuckles By BIL KEANE "Technical difficulties on the telephone hour." Channel highlights 11 a.m. (12) Baseball: Milwaukee Brewers vs. Boston Red Sox. 2 p.m. (3) World of Sports: The Q u e e n 's Plate Stake Race from Toronto, Canada; the NCA Volleyball Cham r pionship from San Diego; match race featuring Secretariat, Linda's Chief and Our Native for $100,000 from Arlington Park. 2 p.m. (5) Western Open: Final rounds of the 70th annual Western Open 1 Golf Championship. 7 p.m. (8) Sports '70s: • Highlights of the '73 National Intercollegiate W o m e n 's Gymnastic Championships. MOVIES 10:30 a.m. (5) "Year 2889"; with Paul Peterson and Charla Doarty. Noon (5) "Ride Beyond Vengeance"; stars Chuck C o n n o r s, Miphael Rennie, Joan Blondell and Kathryn Hays. Noon (10) "Serenade"; Mario Lanza and Joan Edwards star. 12:30 p.m. (3) "Blast of Silence"; fisaturing Allen Baron and Molly McCarthy. 8 p.m. (5) "Libel"; starring Olivia DeHaviland, Dirk Bogarde and Robert Morley. 8 p.m. (12) "That Man from Rio." 9 p.m. (3) "Arrowhead"; stars Charlton Heston and Jack Palance. 9 p.m. (8) "The Courageous Mr. Penn"; features Clifford Evans and Deborah Kerr. 10:45 p.m. (12) "Bomour Tristesse." 11:30 p.m. (3) "Run Like a Thief"; Kieron Moore and Keenan Wynn star. 11:30 p.m. (5) "Sign of the Pagan"; with Jeff Chandler, Jack Palance and Rita Gam. 12:45 a.m. (12) "Beast from 20,000 Fathoms. will be shorter than stations recommended because of funding problems. A PBS spokesman emphasized that ail program decisions are contingent on final congressional appropriations for the corporation. The House Rules Cofnmit- tee has cleared for action a compromise $176-million two- year funding that is expected to be acted on after the July congressional recess ends. July 10. The Senate has passed a $230-mil!ion bill. PBS President Hartford N. Gunn said "in spite of the many problems public television has experienced in the past few months, we think the country's public television stations will be offering their viewers some important programs this fall and winter." Theater, in America, a major new Series emphasizing drama from regional theater groups throughout the United States, and two new series on health and science are among the more than 30 program series approved. Other new series include: public affairs and minority audience programming; two music series, ranging from, folk to jazz; three new mystery serials, and a dramatic series on Edwardian life from the BBC. Loan granted for water plan YARNELL - A loan of $769,000 has been granted to the Yarnell Water Improvement Association to develop service to Glen Elan, Yarnell and Peeples Valley in an area about 35 miles south of Prescott. The loan, repayable in 40 years at an interest rate of 5 per cent, will come from the Farmers Home Administration, Rep. Sam Steiger, R.- Ariz., announced. The project will assure water and fire protection for 350 homes and other establishments in the area of the water system, Steiger said. BARATTA TV Since 1944 SALES and SERVICE RCA... ZENITH SONY 3168 E. Indian School Rci. .. 956-0620 10806 N. Seottsdalc Rd. 948-5071 , , WELSH'S Plumbing Store HEADQUARTERS for FAUCET REPAIRS See Our Comp/efe FAUCET REPAIR PARTS DEPARTMENT Manufacturers Genuine REP AIR PARTS Packing, washers, stem sets, etc., to fit any popular make or style of faucet. In-sink-erator Disposer Weekend Special $32.50 Model 333 Open Sat. 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Bandstand 11:00 Pets On Parade 11:30 Know Your Neighbor 12:00 City Talk 12:30 Saturday Matinee "Blast Of Silence" 2:00 Wide World Of Sports — Race with Secretariat: NCAA Volleyball 3:30 Earth Lab Sleep is examined 4:30 I've Got A Secret — Steve Allen hosts! 5:00 Police Surgeon 5:30 Reasoner Report 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 9:00 11:00 11:15 THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY - New Time! — Laurie falls in love with the new minister. PAUL LYNDE - New Time! - Joanne Worley THE BURNS & SCHREIBER COMEDY HOUR-Guests are: Juliet Prowse, Martin Landau & The Doobie Brothers JIGSAW-Pernell Roberts BIG 3 CINEMA 1 -"Arrowhead" ABC WEEKEND NEWS -Sam Donaldson BIG 3 CINEMA II-"Run Like A Thief 7:15 ACROSS THE FENCE 7:45 WORLD OF WONDER 8:00 HELLO WORLD 8:30 VISION ON 9:00 THE MUNSTERS 9:30 THE FLINTSTONES 10:00 COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S FATHER 10:30 WORLD BEYOND Paul Peterson "YEAR 2889" Seven people and a monster survive annih :l a- tion by nuclear bombs. 12:00 ACTION THEATER Chuck Connors, Michael Rennie "RIDE BEYOND VENGEANCE" 2:00 SPORTS SPECIAL: WESTERN OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP. Third round of the 70th annual Western Open from Midlothian Country Club. 3:00 N.F.L. ACTION '73 "Those Fantastic Football Funnies" 3:30 THE PROTECTORS Robert Vaughn stars. i 4:00 DEATH VALLEY DAYS 4:30 THRILLER "The Prisoner in the Mirror". Boris Karloff hosts. 5:30 BUCK OWENS SHOW 6:00 HEE HAW Buck Owens and Roy Clark. 7:00 YOU ASKED FOR IT Jack Smith hosts. 7:30 THIS IS YOUR LIFE Joel McCrea guests. 8:00 SATURDAY FAVORITE MOVIE. Olivia De- Havilland, Dirk Bogarde, Robert Morley "LIBEL." Suspense drama of a wealthy British baro.net who's accused of being an imposter. 10:00 EYEWITNESS NEWS Joe Patrick, Linda Stone and Carlos Jurado. 10:30 PERRY MASON Raymond Burr stars. 11:30 STUDIO FIVE Jeff Chandler, Jack Palance "SIGN OF THE PAGAN" DARE TO COMPARE I 5-Piece QUADRAPHONIC STEREO RECEIVER AND 4D TAPE PLAY-jj BACK COMPACT! SYSTEM. AM, FM, FM Multiplex radio • Tape playback mechanism plays 8-Track Stereo or discrete 4- channel tapes • 400 Watts (IPP) • Solid- state FET circujtry ILECTROPHONIC $ 259 AMPLE OUTLET SALES 701* N. 64th WE. ('/? 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KOOL-AM' ' SATURDAY I ON starring Jean-Paul Be/mondo 8:00 PM Saturday Night at the Movies '"S 11:00 2:00 2:30 3:00 4:00 4:30 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 10:15 10:45 12:45 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL - Brewers vs. Red Sox NOGAN'S HEROES SCIENCE FICTION THEATRE The Strange Dr. Lorenz IT TAKES A THIEF The Thingamabob Heist FLIPSIDE DANIEL BOONE The Landlord NBC NIGHTLY NEWS NEW PRICE IS RIGHT LET'S MAKE A DEAL EMERGENCY SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES "The Man From NEWS 12 SATURDAY REPORT Bill Stull reports THE BIG MOVIE "Bonjour Tristesse" MOVIE 12 "Beast From 20,000 Fathoms" KTAR-TV A Cnnpunyol Combined Comimiinc,itions Corporation r\B r^s r r sB r^e I^B j What's so great about AMERICA? 6:30pm SPONSORID BY Prescott Country Club Properties 6:00 THE AMAZING CHAN CLAN - 6:30 SCOOBY DOO MOVIES 7:30 JOSIE AND THE PUSSYCATS 8:00 FLINTSTONES COMEDY HOUR 9:09 ARCHIE'S TV FUNNIES- 9:30 FAT ALBERT & THE COSBY KIDS- 10:09 CBS CHILDREN'S FILM FESTIVAL - "ELEPHANT RIVER," Produced in Ceylon, about the adventure of a Eurasian boy. 11:00 BUGS BUNNY 11:30 SABRINA THE TEENAGE WITCH 12:00 KOOL FAMILY MOVIE"SERENADE," Starring Mario Lanza and Joan Edwards. 2:00 TARZAN -"Perils of Charity Jones "PART I. 3:00 WAIT TILL YOUR FATHER GETS HOME-"Help Wanted" t:*srcii pflr^con ON HWV. 69 3:30 LANCER - "SCARECROW AT HACKETS" 4:30 HIGH CHAPARRAL 5:30 CBS EVENING NEWS/MUDD GiQQ KOOL NEWS/KENT DANA Len Davis, weather; Jim Peterson, sports. 6:30 WHAT'S SO GREAT ABOUT AMERICA? - A positive look at America and its people. Featured is a pictorial essay on America's history from the time of the pilgrims to the recent moon missions - plus the reaction of one immigrant to the U.S. and her comparisons of America and her native Poland. 7:00 ALL IN THE FAMILY- Archie's bargain watch begins to look like a "hot" bargain. 7:30 BRIDGET LOVES BERNIE- Bridget and Bernie ponder what they should celebrate - Christmas orChanukah. 8:00 MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW — Ted Baxter's romance with Georgette, the ding-a- ling blonde he met at Mary's party, seems to, be getting serious. ;•*..-. 8:30 BOB NEWHART SHQW - Bob gains a patient but almost loses a friend when jerry decides to see him , professionally. ' v " ; * : 9:00 MISSION IMPOSSIBLE- The IMF and underworld race to find the wife of a syndicate boss who murdered her husband and made off with his records. 10:00 KOOL NEWS/KENT DANA Len Davis, weather; Jim Peterson, sports. 10:30 THIS IS TOM JONES- Singing star Robert Gqufpt is tonight's guest. /> •<.,-. 11;30PHAQNET- ; 12:09 VOYAGE TO THE BQTT9M OF THE SEA - "Deadly." , Invasion" > ..«...>. KOOL-TV X CHANNEL 10 A CBS AFFILIATE

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