The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 30.04.1976, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 30.04.1976, Blaðsíða 6
Today Saturday Sunday 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 The Beverly Hillbillies 3:30 Electric Company 4:00 Three for the Money 4:20 Early Movie: Mr. Belvedere Goes to College 5:40 My Favorite Martian 6:05 Buck Owens 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 Soul and Symphony 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 Longstreet 11:15 Late Show: Betrayal 12:25 Suspense Theater: Psychomania Wednesday 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 The Price Is Right 5:00 MiVte Douglas 6:05 Truth or Consequences 6:30 Evening Report 1 :00 Gunsmoke 8:05 The Young Americans 9:00 Sandy Duncan 9:30 Maude 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 S.W.A.T. 11:15 Late Show: Touch of the Poet 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 9:40 Cartoon Carnival 11:10 Monkees 11:35 Lost in Space 12:30 The Fisherman 12:50 Flipper 1:20 Water World 1:40 Early Movie: Dick Tracy's G-Men 3:30 Tournament Of Champions 5:05 Washington Week In Review 5:40 Daniel Boone 6:30 Weekend Report 6:45 Wild Kingdom 7:10 Face the Nation 7:35 Sanford and Son 8:00 Hawaii Five-0 9:00 Cher 10:00 Weekend Report 10:15 Evil Touch 11:40 Late Show: Where have all the People Gone? 11:55 Night Watch: Panic in the Streets Thursday 12:00 Sacred Heart 12:15 Norman Vincent Peale 12:45 The Founding Fathers and Jesus Christ 1:15 Roy Rogers 1:40 Wide World of Sports 2:25 Early Movie: Playboy of the Western World 4:05 NBA Playoffs: Phildelphia vs. Buffalo 6:30 Weekend Report 6:45 Animal World 7:10 Barnaby Jones 8:00 Tillie's Punctured Romance( Charlie Chaplin Special) 8:40 Sunday Night Movie: The Hunted 10:00 Weekend Report 10:15 World at War 11:00 Tonight Show Monday 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 Musical Chairs 4:50 Let's Make a Deal 5:15 Merv Griffin 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 You're in Love Charlie Brown 7:30 Monday Night Baseball: LA vs. Houston 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 1975 Miss World- USA Beauty Pageant 11:30 Late Show: Shock Corridor Tuesday 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Sesame Street 4:30 Eary Movie: Home Stretch 6:10 Newlyweds Game 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 Monty Nash 7:25 CNO SITREP 7:50 The Americans 8:45 Cannon 9:30 The Jeffersons 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of Reflection 10:20 Jim Stafford 11:20 Perry Mason 12:10 Boxing from the Olympic Frid 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3: 3:30 Electric Company 3: 4:00 Make a Wish 3: 4:30 Jack La Lanne 4:< 4:50 $10,000 Pyramid 4: 5:15 Wyat,t Earp 5:40 The Price Is Right 6: 6:05 Name that Tune 6: 6:30 Evening Report 7:' 7:00 Flipside 8:' 7:30 Phil Silvers 8: 8:00 Movin On 9: 9:00 That's My Mama 10 9:30 All in the Family 10 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of 10 Reflection 11 10:20 Today Show 11:20 Tonight Show 12 ay 00 Midday Report 05 General Hospital 30 Electric Company 00 My Three Sons 30 Early Movie: Pushover 05 Buck Owens 30 Evening Report 00 Carol Burnett 00 Mary Tyler Moore 30 Star Trek 30 M*A*S*H :00 Ten O'clock Report :15 Moments of Reflection :20 Longstreet :15 Late Show: Satan's Triangle :30 Suspense Theater: UFO NOTE: Programming subject to change without notice a 9 April 30 ¦May 7 AFTV Channel 8 Specials Today, 7:00 p.m.— SOUL AND SYMPHONY — Starring Blood, Sweat, and Tears, the Detroit Symphony and the Blackbirds with Wolfman Jack as the host. (Preempts Carol Burnett.) Monday, 10:20 p.m.— 1975 MISS WORLD USA BEAUTY PAGEANT— George Hamilton hosts this pageant, which focuses on the final competition of the contest to choose the American girl who will represent her country at the international Miss World Beauty Contest. Tuesday, 7:25 p.m.— CNO SITREP— In the tradition of "passing the word" the C.iief of Naval Operations, ADM James Holloway III, holds forums on current issues during visits to a number of fleet and shore commands. Thursday, 10:20 p.m.— TODAY SHOW— "Today", visits the state of Oregon to report on its history, industries, resources and its official sport Jog- ging. Today---MR. BELVEDERE GOES TO COLLEGE— No synopsis. Today---BETRAYAL— After her husbands death, wealthy Helen Merser decides to hire a woman companion, Gretchen. Stars Amanda Blake and Tisha Sterling. Today---PSYCHOMANIA— A former war hero and portrait painter is suspected of being the demented killer stalking the campus of a girl's college. Saturday---DICK TRACY'S G-MEN— G-man Dick Tracy thwarts a gang of interna- tional spies who are assigned to steal military secrets from the United States. This action thriller from the 30s is based on Chester Gould's famous comic strip and features actual footage of the Hindenburg disaster. Saturday---WHERE HAVE ALL THE PEOPLE GONE?— The head of a family wages a AFTV Channel 8 movies of the week grim survival struggle after a deadly virus, produced by a mysterious radia- tion explosion, such as a bomb, kills most of the people on earth. Stars Peter Graves and Vera Bloom. Saturday---PANIC IN THE CITY— A foreign scientist, contaminated with radioactiv- ity, sets off a chain reaction. Once hospitalized, he is given an overdose to keep him quiet. Stars Howard Duff, Linda Cristal and Nehemiah Persoff. Sunday---PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD— A weary and disheveled Christy Mohan stumbles into a remote inn in County Mayo and claims that he murdered his tyrant father. The Innkeeper's daughter is enthralled by the story, and she persuades her father to employ him as a pot boy. He soon becomes the idol of the local females. Sunday---THE HUNTED— An industrial spy Friday---PUSHOVER is assigned to secure inside information on the bidding for oil from the Mid-East at the request of an Arab Sheik . Stars Lee Remick and Michael Hinz. Monday---SHOCK CORRIDOR— A reporter has himself committed to a mental ' hospital to write about an unsolved murder. To find the answers, he endures beatings by inmates and shock treatments by the hospital staff. Stars Constance Towers, Peter Breck, and James Best. Tuesday---HOME STRETCH — No synopsis . Wednesday—TOUCH OF THE POET— Set in a shabby tavern outside of Boston in 1928, the story centers on a proud Irishman who is beset by debts. He is contemp- tuous of Yankee ways due to the talk about his beliefs that stem back to the days of the war. A detective is assigned to apprehend a bank robber and murderer by tailing his girlfriend. He becomes enamored of the young lady and decides the uank loot and girl are more important than his police career. Friday—-SATAN'S TRIANGLE— In the past 30 years over 1,000 people have van- ished from the sea and skies :between Miami and Bermuda. Featuring Kim Novak as a woman who survives a bizarre storm which results in the violent deaths of all the passengers on a small fishing boat. Also stars, Doug McClure and Jim Davis. Adult. Friday---UFO— The_ true story of UFOs presented in documentary style. Films are shown exactly as they were pho- tographed. Protect Your Heart STOP SMOKING The USO is sponsoring a mini Crafts Fair on June 5. Anyone interested in participating should call 6113 for more information. The USO would like to sponsor a round Iceland trip during June. If interested, talk to Julie at 6113. Tonight at the USO at 7 p.m. there is a free silent film— complete with piano player and sound effects team. Tomorrow the special in the Red Wall Snack Bar will be tacos. At 2 p.m. there will be a Coin Club meeting in the Music Room. Join the Young Adult Outreach Group at 8 a.m. for their weekly pancake and worship gathering. At 1 p.m. there will be a dart tournament on Sunday. On Monday, the Kingsmen Chess Club will meet at 7 p.m. All interested ladies are invited to consult with Annora the Navy Exchange expert on Tuesday about make-up. She'll also have her scissors for free trims from 2:30 to 4 p.m. Also on Tuesday, it's Bake Bingo at 7 p.m., followed by a pinochle tourney. The sewing lady is at the USO on Wed- nesday afternoons. The snack bar featu- res brownies a la mode for dessert. The USO is sponsoring a jam session for all people who like to sing or play the guitar— the fun starts at 7:30 p.m. Also on Thursday the USO will hold its regular ping pong tourney at 7 p.m. Recycle your grubby T-shirts at the USO with tie dyeing at 7 p.m. on Friday. American Hear! Association* Youth Center news Tomorrow is the day for Little League try outs for all interested children ages 9-15. Sunday theTe will be a display of Judo at 2:30 p.m. at the Youth Center. Almost 50 ienthusiastsits will display their Martial Arts talents. May 15 the Youth Center is having a flea market. Please drop off all items that you would like to donate at the Youth Center. The Youth Center needs instructors in the areas of arts and crafts, guitar, judo, Ljosin Singers and any other fun activity which the youth might be in- terested in. For more information, call the Youth Center at 5108 or 7822. The Youth Center needs some items for an arts and crafts project—bottles, newspapers, old socks, buttons, yarn scraps and broom handles. If you have any of these items that you would like to contribute, please drop them off at the Youth Center. Enlisted Dining Facility Menu Today—Lunch: Manhattan fish chowder, old fashioned beef stew, fried fish balls, steamed rice or scalloped noodles with cheese, tomatoes and bacon, but- tered lima beans and lyonnaise carrots. Dinner: old fashioned bean soup, turkey croquettes or veal pinwheels, vegetable gravy, snow flake potatoes, seasoned mixed vegetables and buttered broccoli spears. Tommorow— brunch at 10 a.m.:log- giug soup, grilled cheese sandwiches and french fried potatoes. Dinner: french onion soup, grilled beef steak to order, sauteed onions, baked potato with sour cream, buttered W.G. corn and steamed spinach. Sunday— brunch at 10 a.m.: puree mongole soup, hot Reuben sandwiches, and crisp potato chips. Dinner: "Family Night", chicken veg- etable soup, barbequed chicken, Bar-B-Q sauce, baked macaroni and cheese, green garden peas with onions and french fried cauliflower. Monday—Lunch: corn chowder, seafood platter of fried shrimp, oysters and fish cakes, baked chili macaroni, oven browned potatoes, buttered broccoli spears and glazed carrots. Dinner: Philippine Dinner, sweet and sour pork, Philippine style adobo Olongapo pansit, Philippine fried rice, spinach rolls and buttered asparagus spears. Tuesday—Lunch: logging soup, braised pork spareribs and sauerkraut, baked Spanish beef patties with natural sauce, paprika potatoes, buttered mixed veg- etables and french fried cauliflower. Dinner: chicken vegetable soup, New- port fried chicken, brown chicken gravy, mashed potatoes, steamed rice, Creole green beans and fried okra. Wednesday—Lunch: Knickerbocker soup, beef casserole, veal croquettes, tomato gravy, baked macaroni and cheese, sea- soned garden peas and buttered summer squash. Dinner: cream of potato soup, ginger pot roast, natural gravy, oven glow pot- atoes, buttered corn on the cob and sea- soned F.F. greens. Thursday—Lunch: Creole soup, fried Icelandic fish or Oriental skillet, french fried potatoes, Keflavik fried rice, Polonaise broccoli spears and spiced beets. Dinner: cheese soup, glazed ham loaf or beef porcupines, vegetable gravy, mashed potatoes, sauteed corn and but- tered brussel sprouts. Friday—Lunch: chicken rice soup, stuffed cabbage, rolls or turkey scal- lops, O'Brien potatoes, seasoned lima beans and buttered carrots. Dinner: pepper pot soup, barbecued corned beef or simmered frankfurters, hot mustard sauce, Franconia potatoes, buttered string beans and fried hominy.

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