The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 12.03.1976, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 12.03.1976, Blaðsíða 6
Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Electric Company 4:00 Jackpot 4:15 Laff Movie 4:30 Early Movie: Son of Sinbad 6:05 Buck Owens 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 Carol Burnett 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Star Trek 9:30 M*A*S*H 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 The Untouchables 11:10 Late Show: All About Eve 1:30 Creature Feature: The Genie of Darkness Wednesday 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Sesame Street 4:40 Blank Check 5:00 Mike Douglas 6:05 Truth or Consequences 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 Alexander Hamilton 7:30 Gunsmoke 8:30 Young Lawyers 9:30 Sandy Duncan 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 S.W.A.T. 11:10 Late Show: I Sailed to Tahiti with an All Girl Crew 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:50 Cartoon Carnival 11:20 Good and Plenty Lane 11:50 Lost in Space 12:45 The Fisherman 1:10 Gentle Ben 1:35 Green Acres 2:00 Early Movie: Track of the Cat 3:45 NCAA Basketball: UCLA vs Stanford 5:15 Meet the Press 5:40 Daniel Boone 6:30 Weekend Report 6:45 Wild Kingdom 7:10 Zane Grey Theater 7:35 Sanford and Son 8:00 Hawaii F±ve-0 9:00 Cher 10:00 Weekend Report 10:15 Evil Touch 10:40 Late Movie: Masque of the Red Death 12:10 Nlghtwatch: The Missing are Deadly Thursday 12:00 Sacred Heart 12:15 Norman Vincent Peale 12:45 Roy Rogers 1:10 Wide World of Sports 2:20 Early Movie: The Sound and the Fury 4:10 NBA Basketball: Golden State vs Boston 5:50 Directions '76 6:30 Weekend Report 6:45 Love American Style 7:40 Animal World 8:00 Sunday Night Movie: Night in Paradise 9:30 Reasoner Report 10:00 Weekend Report 10:15 World at War 11:10 Tonight Show 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 Musical Chairs 4:55 Let's Make A Deal 5:15 Merv Griffin 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 NCAA Basketball: USC vs California 8:45 Washington Week in Review 9:15 Plankton—Life of the Sea 9:40 Patriotic Music 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 Second Annual Unofficial Miss Las Vegas Showgirl Pageant 11:30 Late Show: Mediterranean Holiday 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 Early Movie: Luck of the Irish 6:10 Newlywed Game 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 The Way It Was 7:30 The Americans 8:30 Johnny Mann 9:00 Cannon 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 Soul Train 11:10 Perry Mason 12:00 Boxing from the Olympic Friday & 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Electric Company 4:00 Make A Wish 4:30 Can You Top This? 4:55 $10,000 Pyramid 6:10 Name That Tune 6:31 Evening Report 7:00 Flipside 7:30 Silent Service 8:00 Movin' On 9:00 Overseas Mission 9:30 All In the Family 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 Bill Moyer's Journal 11:20 Tonight Show 9 Mar 12-19 NOTE: Programming subject to change 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Electric Company 4:00 Jackpot 4:20 Early Movie: Ten Gentlemen from West Point 6:05 Buck Owens 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 Carol Burnett 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:30 Star Trek 9:30 M*A*S*H 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 The Untouchables 11:10 Late Show: The Spy Strikes Silently 12:40 Creature Feature: The Man and The Monster TV movies of the week TODAY—SON OF SINBAD—Sinbad, captured by SUNDAY—NIGHT IN PARADISE—No synopsis AFTV specials SUNDAY, 9:30 p.m. THE REASONER REPORT— An in-depth look at both lifestyles in Haiti—the native and the tourist. MONDAY, 10:20 p.m. THE 2nd ANNUAL UNOFFI- CIAL MISS LAS VEGAS SHOWGIRL PAGEANT- From the Thunderbird Hotel in Las Vegas, nine lovely showgirls, representing var- ious Las Vegas hotels, display their tal- ents and other attributes. THURSDAY, 10:20 p.m. BILL MOYER'S JOURNAL Bill Moyer returns to Japan for a look at a few more interesting aspects of that country such as the MAMA SAN concept, the Geisha houses and relations with China. the Khalif of Baghdad, must win his free- dom and the freedom of the city by bring- ing the Khalif the secret of the Greek fire. TODAY—ALL ABOUT EVE—The classic drama of an aging actress. Stars Bette Davis and George Sanders. TODAY—THE GENIE OF DARKNESS—The evil and treacherous vampire, Nostradamus, returns from the grave to carry out his vengeance against his earthly enemies who desperately try to destroy the Sa- tanic Nostradamus. SATURDAY—MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH—No synopsis available. SATURDAY—THE MISSING ARE DEADLY— The irresponsible son of a research scien- tist removes from the disease research lab a mouse injected with a plague germ. When the mouse is discovered missing, the father tries to locate the son, who had gone on a camping trip with his old- er brother. Stars Ed Nelson, Leonard Nimoy, Jose Ferrer and Marjorie Lord. SUNDAY—SOUND AND FURY—Based on the no- vel by William Falkner. Stars Yul Bryn- ner, Joanne Woodward, Stuart Whitman and Ethel Waters. available. MONDAY—MEDITERRANEAN HOLIDAY—No synop- sis available. TUESDAY—LUCK OF THE IRISH—A young wri- ter goes to an Irish village, catches a Leprechaun and in the end finds his 'pot of gold.' Stars Tyrone Power and Anne Baxter. WEDNESDAY— I SAILED TO TAHITI WITH AN ALL-GIRL CREW—A young man, whose sail- ing ability has been belittled, bets a friend he can beat him to Tahiti, using an all—girl crew. Stars Gardner McKay, Fred Clark and Diane McBain (ADULT). FRIDAY—TEN GENTLEMEN FROM WEST POINT— No synopsis available. FRIDAY—THE SPY STRIKES SILENTLY- Jaraes Drum is assigned the task of rounding up a group of international spies who are out to rule the world. Stars Lang Jef- feries and Emma Daniel. FRIDAY—THE MAN AND THE MONSTER—A fam- ous musician sells his soul to become the world's most famous concert pianist. Unfortunately, when he plays the piano, he turns into a hairy-faced monster with a lust for killing. Stars Henry Rambal, Abel Salazar and Martha Roth. by Suzy Weissinger Paris in the springtime is magnificent. Many people are inquiring at the Tour Of- fice about the "City of Light." If you are planning to cross the channel to Paris, you will find a city full of charm beauty and friendly people. Four trains leave daily from Victoria Station. The trip will take about seven hours. Pack lightly as you will ride the train, most likely to Dover and from there have to walk through the station to the docks to board the ferry. The same walk will be in store for you when you dock in France. The ferry boats are mod- ern with comfortable seats, luxurious restaurants and lounges. Take a package tour of the city. There are several companies that give approxi- mately the same tour. Cityrama is one of the largest. On these tours you will pass by the Arch de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, by the Invalides, the Louvre, Sacre Coeur and Notre Dame. After this capsule tour you can decide what interests you and re- turn to those places. Transportation in the city is easy if you take the Metro, which is quiet, clean and totally renovated. It is probably the best subway in Europe. A few extra hints: Visit the Jeu de Paume Museum. This is the Impressionist collection in the Tuileries Gardens. Don't miss a half-day tour to Versailles. Order your meat well-done and you'll get it medium rare. Stroll along the stalls by the seine at Notre Dame. Did you catch TRAVEL that word in the top paragraph? Yes, the Parisians are friendly. Ten years ago they had the reputation of snubbing tour- ists, now you will find smiles and many who speak English and are proud of it. Summer rates We now have special discounts available through the Tour Office for accommoda- tions at the Loftleider Hotel in Reykja- vik this summer. Call for information on these rates which are valid May 1 through September 30. The Tour Office has had many good re- ports on the ski weekend in Akureyri. This is an excellent ''get-away.' chance, whether you ski or not. The trip can be planned for any day of the week for two three or more days. Call the Tour Office at 4200 or 5111. Dublin Two rooms are still available on the Dublin trip planned for March 26. This five-day package tour price includes air- fare, hotel accommodations and breakfast. Don't miss out on this fun trip.' Travel and Entertainment Office Of interest to travelers is the ser- vices provided by the Travel and Enter- tainment Office run by COMNAVACTUK in London. The office is located on N. Aud- ley street, right next door to the U. S. Javal headquarters, near the U. S. Embas- sy. The office is a travel agency and of most interest is that they can make indi- vidual hotel reservations for you. They can book in a variety of types and priced hotels and will find a suitable room for all our people visiting there. They par- ticularly recommend the smaller hotels located near Lancaster Gate. The office can also make car rental ar- rangements, reservations and issuance of car ferry and continental rail tickets. They can book for you at theaters, opera, ballet and concerts. The address is Tra- vel and Entertainment Office, FPO New York 09510 and their commercial phone number is 629-9222, extension 470 or 432. Call the base tour office and ask for more information on using the London Tra- vel and Tour Office. Scout troops celebrate 60 To celebrate the 60th birthday of the Girl Scouts, the seven troops here will have their annual potluck supper at 6 p.m. tonight in the high school auditor- ium. With "International Friendship" as the theme, the three junior troops will perform skits in costume. The three Brownie troops will depict international ties in both song and dance. According to Diane Charles, Cadet troop leader, the cadets will sponsor the supper to obtain their hostess badge and challenge of social dependability. The Cadet troop will also have a skit which will pay tribute,to famous women in the world. A regular Girl Scout flag ceremony will also be a part of the evening's ac- tivities. About 200 people are expected to at- tend the annual affair, the Cadet troop leader explained. She added that everyone is encouraged to bring a covered dish for the potluck supper. A cake, decorated by Vi Eastman, a cake decorator here, will be served in honor of the Girl Scouts' 60th birthday. Lieutenant (jg) Kathryn M. Clarke is the neighborhood chairman and Jodi Windbigler is the publicity chairman. Youth Center to host Spring Music Review Youth Center Judo Club will have a demonstration for the USO at 7:30 p.m. tonight. About 30 children from firs through sixth grades and several senior participants will perform. Self-defens tactics and contesting will be demon- strated. The "Icelandic Spring Music Review" will perform tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 p.m. at Andrews Theater. They are from Icelandic University and they have com- pleted a similar performance in Reykja- vik. There is no charge for the program which is an opportunity to see their English performance. Coffee House will start at 8 p.m. to- morrow. Several surprise guests will be featured. At 10 p.m. the movie "Dia- monds" will be shown. Wear something green and join the Irish Wednesday 7-8:30 p.m. There will be some special Irish guests, songs, folk tales, dances, Irish cocoa and treats. A few openings exist in ballet, gym- nastics and new guitar lessons. Stu- dents need their own guitars for the guitar lessons. They start at 1 p. for beginners, 2 p.m. for intermediates and 3 p.m. for advanced. Gymnastics starts at 10 a.m. on Saturday and the gym and ballet on Tuesday and Thursday, starting at 3:30 p.m. All classes are charged the usual class fee. Check for details at the Youth Center. The Youth Center says keep March 27 open from 1 to 5 p.m. They will host a "Mini Carnival" with prizes and games and fun for grades one through six at a minimal charge. *

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