March 10, 1979Edit

The following is a rebroadcast of Action News at Ten which aired on Friday, March 9, 1979.


The preceding was a rebroadcast of Action News at Ten which aired on Friday March 9th, 1979. Stay tuned now for Community Calendar, followed by a lineup of great shows you'll be seeing today on KOAT-TV.

It's time now for Community Calendar, a look at what's happening in your community.

  • Southwestern Textiles and Pueblo Pottery, an exhibit of 19th century Spanish and Navajo blankets is on display in the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology's exhibit in the First Plaza Galleria. The show focuses on blankets woven by the Spanish settlers during the last half of the 19th century. Navajo blankets of the same period and Indian pottery dating from 1890 are included. The hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The mini museum is located in First Plaza Galleria, 2nd and Tijeras in Albuquerque.
  • Barbara De Genevieve and Barbara Nugent will present a slide lecture, first given in conjunction with the opening of Intimate Statements, an exhibition of nationally recognized artists which hung in the UNM teaching gallery in February. That presentation will be on Saturday, March 10th—that's today—at 3 p.m. at the Downtown Center for the Arts at 216 Central SW. 
  • A dinner theater performance of Gilbert and Sullivan's The Mikado will be presented tonight and tomorrow by the music department of First United Methodist Church, 4th & Lead SW, March 10th dinner and show at 6:30 p.m. (tickets are $6) and there is a just a show only on March 11th at 4:00 p.m. (tickets are $3). More information, call 243-5646. 
  • Santa Fe Jazz Dance opens its fourth season in New Mexico with the production of Waves IV at Popejoy Hall on March 12th and 13th and at the Greer Garson Theater in Santa Fe on March 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th. The curtain time is at 8:15 p.m. Tickets in Albuquerque are available at Popejoy and tickets for the Santa Fe performance are available at Waves Box Office at 124 West Palace Avenue in Santa Fe. 
  • A youth employment workshop to help Albuquerque Public Schools Indian students find summer employment will be held on March 13th at 7 p.m. at the Albuquerque Urban Indians Center, 1114 7th St. NW. All participating Indian students will have a chance to register with youth-serving employment agencies and to hear presentations on employment opportunities in Albuquerque. Plan to bring a friend and attend the Youth Employment Workshop on March 13th. For more information, call Bill Lee at 345-8531 or Edwin Pratt at 243-2253. 
  • Sandia High School Choral Department is presenting You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown, March 21st through the 24th at the Sandia High Theatre beginning at 8 p.m.
  • A spot bid sale of surplus government property will be held, also on March 21st, at the West Theatre, Bulding 485 on Kirtland Air Force Base. For more information, call 264-9755. 
  • Image de Nuevo Mexico, a state organization concerned with Hispanics in public employment, and part of the National Image Incorporated, will hold its second annual Image de Nuevo Mexico State Convention at the Shallow Inn in Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 22nd through the 24th. For more information, call 294-8908 or 766-3639, or write to: Image de Nuevo Mexico Convention at Post Office Box 355 in Albuquerque.
  • Archbishop Robert Sanchez will be the featured speaker at the annual Spring Prayer breakfast on March 30th at 7:30 a.m. in the University of New Mexico Student Union Ballroom. It's sponsored by the Associated Students of UNM and campus religious organizations. The breakfast is open to the public. Non-student tickets are $4 and student tickets are $2. Tickets may be purchased at the UNM Student Activities Office and all Ticketmaster outlets.

And if you have any announcements of special interest concerning your school or other nonprofit organization, write us at Community Calendar, Post Office Box 4156 in Albuquerque. Zip code is 87196.

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  • At 5 o'clock this afternoon, Johnny Paycheck and Vicki Lee are among the guest stars appearing on Hee Haw
  • Then, get the latest news, sports and weather at 6 o'clock with the weekend Action 7 News team. 
  • Enjoy the fast, lively and entertaining $1.98 Beauty Show with host Rip Taylor at 6:30. 
  • At seven o'clock, Hoover tries to help Pinto with an embarrassing problem and the Deltas and the Omegas get caught in a comedy of errors on Delta House
  • Then, ABC News correspondent Frank Reynolds will anchor a special report on Middle East peace, The Carter Gamble, at 7:30. 
  • Julie sets her sights on an older man on The Love Boat at 8:00 with guests Leslie Nielsen, Paul Burke and Arlene Dahl. 
  • Then, at 9 o'clock, a carpenter wants to be a jewel thief and an engaged woman goes looking for Mr. Right on Fantasy Island
  • Weekend Action 7 News returns at 10. 
  • At 10:30, Errol Flynn, Juliette Greco and Orson Welles star in The Roots of Heaven on the Saturday Movies of the Weekend. 
  • Then, John Wayne, John Carroll and Paul Kelly star in Flying Tigers on the 21st Century Classic Theatre. 

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