The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 14.05.1976, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 14.05.1976, Blaðsíða 6
Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday 3:00 Midday Report 9:00 Captain Kangaroo 12:00 Sacred Heart 3:00 Midday Report 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 My Favorite Martain 9:40 Cartoon Carnival 12:15 Norman Vincent 3:05 General Hospital 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Electric Company 11:10 The Monkees Peale 3:30 Sesame Street 3:30 Sesame Street 4:00 The Price is Right 11:35 Lost in Space 12:45 Founding Fathers 4:25 Musical Chairs 4:20 Early Movie: 4:45 Early Movie: 12:30 Greatest Sports and the Bible' 4:50 Let's Make a Deal Montana Mike Sheriff of Legends 1:15 Music and Spoken 5:10 Merv Griffin 6:00 Newlywed Game Fractured Jaw 12:55 Flipper Words 6:30 Evening Report 6:30 Evening Report 6:30 Evening Report 1:15 Water World 1:45 Roy Rogers 7:00 NBA Playoffs 7:00 Monty Nash 7:00 Carol Burnett 1:40 All Star Wrestling 2:10 Wide World of Buffalo-Boston 7:30 The Americans 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 2:30 Early Movie: The Sports 8:30 CBS Reports 8:30 Cannon 8:30 Star Trek Unsinkable Molly 3:25 Early Movie: Inside the FBI 9:30 The Jeffersons 9:30 M*A*S*H Brown Robinson Crusoe and 9:30 Felony Squad 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 4:40 The Olympiad the Tiger 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 Moments of 10:15 Moments of 5:40 Daniel Boone 5:15 Kentucky Derby 10:15 Moments of Reflection Reflection 6:30 Weekend Report 6:30 Weekend Report Reflection 10:20 Barney Miller 10:20 Longstreet 6:45 Planet Earth Series 6:45 Good Times 10:20 The Grand Ole Opry 10:55 Jim Stafford 11:15 Late Show: 7:15 Face the Nation 7:10 Barnaby Jones 11:45 Late Show: 11:50 Boxing from the The Spy with the 7:35 Sanford and Son 8:00 Sunday Night Movie: Police Dog Olympic Cold Nose 8:00 Hawaii Five-0 Savages 12:45 Suspense Theater: The Teckman Mystery 9:00 10:00 10:15 12:00 Cher Weekend Report Late Show: Code Name: Red Roses Nightwatch: The Seekers 9:30 Meet the Press 10:00 Weekend Report 10:15 World at War 11:05 Tonight Show Wednesday Thursday 3:00 Midday Report 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 Genera] Hospital 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Sesame Street 3:30 Electric Company 4:30 The French Chef 4:00 Make a Wish 5:00 Truth or 4:25 Jack La Lanne Consequences Mike Douglas 4:45 5:10 $10,000 Pyramid Name That Tune 5:20 6:30 Evening Report 5:35 Honey West NOTE: 7:00 Gun smoke 6:05 Wyatt Earp 8:00 The Young Lawyers 6:30 Evening Report Programming 9:00 Sandy Duncan 7:00 Animal World 9:30 Maude 7:30 Flipside subject to 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 8:00 Movin' On 10:15 Moments of 9:00 That' s My Mama change Reflection 9:30 All in the Family 10:20 S.W.A.T. 10:00 Ten O'clock Report without 11:15 Late Show: 10:15 Moments of Quantrill's Raiders 10:20 11:15 Reflection Day of Adventure Tonight Show ¦notice B 9 May 14-21 AFTV Channel 8 Specials MONDAY, 10:20 p.m.—THE GRAND OLE OPRY— A freewheeling, spontaneous combination of down home jubilee and jam session that salutes the Opry and its many per- formers over the past 50 years. Thursday, 10:20 p.m.-DAYS OF ADVENTURE— A documentary about the rush to the gold fields of Alaska along the Dead Horse and Poor Man's Trails of the Klondike and Nome. Friday 3:00 3:05 3:30 4:00 4:45 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:20 11:15 12:30 Midday Report My Three Sons Electric Company The Price is Right Early Movie: Ten Gentlemen from West Point Evening Report Carol Burnett Mary Tyler Moore Star Trek M*A*S*H Ten O'clock Report Moments of Reflection Longstreet Late Show: Bengazi Suspense Theater: Theater of Death AFTV Channel 8 movies of the week Today: SHERIFF OF FRACTURED JAW— A young Englishman, unfamiliar with the American West, finds adventure and action when he comes to America to sell guns. Today: THE SPY WITH THE COLD NOSE— A British intelligence agent, with the help of a blackmailing veterinarian plants a transmitter in the body of a bulldog which is to be presented to the Russian Prime Minster. The plan back- fires when the bulldog becomes Stars Lawrence Harvey, Daliah Lavi Lionel Jeffries. Today: THE TECKMAN— Investigating events surrounding a plane crash, a writer uncovers evidence that it could have been faked to cover up a sell-out to underground espionage agents. Stars Roland Cuver and John Justin. ill. and the Saturday: THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN— A country girl marries a young miner who strikes it rich. The Denver society snobs them, so they travel to Europe, where both their money and their charm are warmly accepted. Stars Debbie Rey- nolds, Harvey Presnell and Ed Begley. Saturday: CODE NAME: RED ROSE— An am- erican sabotage expert parachutes into Nazi occupied Europe to retreive stol- en plans for the Allied invasion. Stars James Daly, Pier Angeli and Michael Wilding. Saturday: THE SEEKERS— A first mate aboard a cargo vessel in the 1880's sets foot on the island later known as New Zealand. He makes freinds with a nat- ive chief who gives him land and a chance to make a new Stars Jack Hawkins. home for himself. Sunday: ROBINSON CRUSOE AND THE TIGER— Crusoe learns the techniques of survival against the menacing forces of nature when he is shipwrecked off the coast of Brazil. Sunday: SAVAGES— A hunting expedition turns into a nightmare for a youth try- ing to fight against a deranged hunter and the desert. Stars Andy Griffith, Sam Bottoms and James Best. Monday: POLICE DOG— A partner of a dead policeman swears vengeance and trains a savage dog to track down the killer. Stars Tim Turner and Rex the Wonder Dog. Tuesday: MONTANA MIKE— The heavenly guardians of life send an angel to help a mortal redestin his life. Stars Rob- ert Cummings. Wednesday: QUANTRILL'S RAIDERS— Story of the events leading up to the raid on Lawrence, Kansas during the Civil War by Quantrill's Raiders. Stars Steve Coch- rane and Diane Brewster. Friday: TEN GENTLEMEN FROM WEST P0INT-- The story of the beginning of the offi- cer training school and the men that made it famous. Friday: TENNGAZI— Three men and a woman in search of hidden gold are trapped in a lonely desert mosque by Bedouin tribe- men. Friday: THEATRE OF DEATH— Paris police are mystified by a series of horrible murders each bearing traces of vampirT ism. Stars Christopher Lee. Sign up now to go swimming at the hot pools in Reykjavik tomorrow. Today at the USO the Red Wall Snack- bar offers fried fish as its day-time special. At 7 p.m. the weekly pool tournament is scheduled and Julie will show slides of her trek to Mount Everest. Tomorrow the snackbar features tacos. The trip to the swimming pools in Rey- kjavik leaves at 12:30 p.m. The cost of the trip is $2. Both a ping pong and a darts tourney will be held at the USO on Sunday at 1 p.m. At 4 p.m. there will be a ses- sion of "Kids Say the Darndest Things." On Sunday it's the weekly pancake breakfast followed by worship at 8 a.m. The Kingsmen Chess Club meets at the USO on Monday at 7 p.m. All chal- lengers welcome. Bake Bingo starts at 7 p.m. on Tues- day. After Bake Bingo, it's time for the weekly Pinochle Tourney. Tuesday is taco day at the USO. The Red Wall Snackbar features chili dogs and cheesecake on Wednesday. At 7 p.m. there will be a meeting for all those people interested in the USO spon- sored trip around Iceland. The USO will sponsor a tour of the aluminum factory and the wool outlet store on Thursday. The cost is $2 and the trip leaves at 12:30 p.m. Sign up now to be a contestant on Friday's Jeopardy match. The fun starts at 7:30 p.m. The USO is sponsoring an "Explore Iceland Road Rally." Any vehicle can enter the May 22 race for a fee of 50c. A vehicle with four wheel drive is not necessary for the rally. Register at the USO to enter the rally. Registrations will be accepted until 8:30 begins about 9 the day of the race. It Youth Center news The Youth Center Student Planning Committee will meet Sunday at 1 p.m. The Youth Center Viking Judo Club is open for new members. Register at the Youth Center. Senior Judo Classes will start May 22 from 10 a.m. to noon. "Treasure Island" will be shown at the Youth Center at 2 p.m. on May 22. Reservations are now being accepted for summer camp at Hvitarbakki. Dates follows: for the camp are June 6-10 June 20-24 July 18-22 August 1-5 Reservations for Teens Teens 9-12 year-olds 9-12 year-olds the camp should be made at the Youth Center. Ouchless. Join the Payroll Savings Plan. Take stock in America. Enlisted Dining Facility Menu Today—Lunch: vegetable beef soup, fried Icelandic fish, oriental meatballs and baked macaroni and cheese, seasoned whole grain corn and steamed spinach. Dinner: Knickerbocker soup, knock- wurst baked w/sauerkraut, Viennerschnit- zel, brown German gravy, German potato cakes and seasoned garden peas w/mush- rooms. Tomorrow—brunch at 10 a.m.: tomato rice soup, grilled cheese sandwiches and French fried potatoes. Dinner: baked lasagna, spaghetti w/heavy meat sauce, assorted pizza pie, polonaise broccoli spears and hot garlic bread. Sunday—brunch at 10 a.m.: logging soup, Coney Island burgers and potato chips. Dinner: Creole soup, teriyaki beef steak, natural sauce, baked potatoes w/jacket, sour cream, buttered summer squash and buttered brussels sprouts. Monday—Lunch: El Rancho stew or beef balls stroganoff, buttered egg noodles or tossed green rice, seasoned garden peas, ginger glazed carrots and hot biscuits. Dinner: Minestrone soup, cold cut platter of sliced roast beef, ham, bologna, salami, liver sausage and cheese, cold potato salad or potato chips and boiled navy beans. Tuesday—Lunch: tomato noodle soup, open face turkey sandwiches or chicken ... croquettes, gravy, potatoes, bread dressing, buttered whole grain corn and spiced beets. Dinner: cream of potato soup, Mexi- cana pork chops, natural sauce, cottage fried potatoes, simmered lima beans, polonaise broccoli spears and hot corn- bread. Wednesday—Lunch: French onion soup, honey glazed corned beef or grilled fish cakes, hot mustard sauce, parsley but- tered potatoes, fried cabbage and but- tered asparagus. Dinner: vegetable supreme soup, beef pin wheels or oriental skillet steamed rice or duchess potatoes, French cut green beans and fried squash. Thursday—Lunch: cream of tomato soup, stuffed cabbage rolls or ham cro- quettes, baked macaroni and cheese, but- tered green peas and paprika cauli- flower. Dinner: chicken noodle soup, veal birds w/natural sauce, baked stuffed frankfurters, rissole potatoes, buttered mixed vegetables and buttered brussels sprouts. Friday—Lunch: clam chowder, poached or fried Icelandic fish, meat casserole, lyonnaise potatoes, scalloped cream style corn and seasoned mustard greens. Dinner: beef barley soup, marinated London steak w/natural sauce, steamed rice or mashed potatoes, Creole lima beans and Normandie carrots.

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