The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 29.10.1976, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 29.10.1976, Blaðsíða 6
Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday 3:00 Midday Report 9:00 Cartoon carnival 12:00 Sacred Heart 3:00 Midday Report 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 10:20 Monkees 12:15 Human Dimensions 3:05 General Hospital 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Electric Company 10:45 Lost in Space 12:45 Music and the 3:30 Sesame Street 3:30 Sesame Street 4:05 New Price is Right 11:40 Greatest Sports Spoken Words 4:30 Can You Top This? 4:35 Wonderful World 5:00 Early Movie: Legends 1:10 Christopher Closeup 4:50 Let's Make A Deal of Magic Walls of Fury 12:00 Daktari 1:40 You Asked For It 5:15 Merv Griffin 5:05 Jokers Wild 6:30 Evening Report 12:50 The Rifleman 2:05 American Sportsman 6:30 Evening Report 5:30 Adams Chronicles 7:00 Manhattan Transfer 1:15 The Way it Was 4:00 First World Series 7:00 NFL Championship 6:30 Evening Report 7:50 In Touch 1:45 Early Movie: The Game Games 7:00 The Odd Couple 7:55 Mary Tyler Moore Big Store 6:05 Pro Football Playback 7:35 Monday Night Football: 7:25 In Touch 8:30 Star Trek 3:15 NFL: Cincinnatti 6:30 Weekend Report New England VS N.Y. 7:30 Tony Orlando and 9:30 M*A*S*H VS Pittsburgh 6:45 Peanuts Special: Giants Dawn 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 5:40 College Football 76 The Great Pumpkin 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 8:30 Cannon 10:15 Moments of 6:30 Weekend Report 7:30 Barnaby Jones 10:15 Moments of Reflection 9:30 The Dumplings Reflection 6:45 Wild Kingdom 8:25 Sunday Night Movie: 10:20 President Ford's 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:20 I Spy 7:10 Rich Little The Man Press Conference 10:15 Moments of 11:10 Late Show: Ice Cold 8:10 The Magician 10:15 Meet the Press 10:50 Barbary Coast Reflection In Alex 9:05 Hawaii Five-0 11:10 Manhunter (adult) 11:40 Late Show: She 10:20 Barney Miller 1:10 Creature Feature: 10:00 Weekend Report 12:00 Tonight show Played With Fire 10:45 The Defenders Monster Zero 10:15 11:00 12:35 Glen Campbell Music Show Late Show: Bang, Bang, You're Dead Night Watch: So Long at the Fair \ / 11:40 Boxing From The Olympic Wednesday Thursday Friday 3:00 Midday Report 3:00 Midday Report 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 3:05 General Hospital 3:05 General Hospital 3:30 Sesame Street 3:30 Electric Company 3:30 Electric Company 4:30 The Conciliators 4:00 Make A Wish 4:05 New Price Is Right 4:50 Truth or Consequences 4:25 Jack La Lanne 5:00 Early MtSvie: 5:15 Mike Douglas 4:50 Get Smart War Italian Style 6:30 Evening Report 5:15 $20,000 Pyramid 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 Phyllis 5:40 Wyatt Earp 7:00 Gladys Knight and 7:25 In Touch 6:05 Party the Pips 7:30 Mission Impossible 6:30 Evening Report 7:50 In Touch 8:20 All In The Family 7:00 Animal World 7:55 Mary Tyler Moore 8:50 Right Owl Special: 7:25 In Touch 8:30 Star Trek David Frost presents 7:30 Rhoda 9:30 M*A*S*H "the Guiness book of 8:05 Mannix 10:00 Ten O'clock Report World Records 9:00 That's My Mama 10:15 Moments of 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:00 Ten O'clock Report Reflection 10:15 Moments of 10:15 Moments of 10:20 I Spy Reflection Reflection 11:10 Late Show: 10; 20 Matt Helm 10:20 Sixty Minutes 0SS117 Mission For 11:10 Late Show: War Gods 11:15 Tonight Show A Killer Of The Deep 12:40 Creature Feature: Horror Express Channel 8 Specials Sunday, 6:45 p.m.—PEANUTS SPECIAL— THE GREAT PUMPKIN—Once again, the Great Pumpkin is eagerly expected by Linus, who is scorned by the other Peanuts characters. 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The three are hired to protect a depart- ment store, but the question is—who is protecting whom from what? Saturday: BANG. BANG. YOU'RE, DEAD—An unassuming American businessmen gets tangled up with a spy ring in Morocco and hilarity results. Stars Tony Randall, Senta Benger, Herbert Lom and Terry Thomas. Saturday: SO LONG AT THE FAIR—This classic tale of an English brother and sister follows them in Paris during the 1889 Exposition. The sister panics when her brother disappears and everyone denies ever having seen him. Stars Jean Simmons, Dirk Bogarde, David Tomlinson, Honor Blackman and Cathleen Nesbitt. Sunday: WE GO FAST—Two zany motorcycle officers try to make points with their boss and the police commissioner. Sunday: THE MAN—This drama based on Irving Wallace's book about a Black Sen- ator, describes his ascension to the Presidency of the United States. Stars James Earl Jones, Martin Balsam, Burgess Meredith, Lew Ayres and William Windom. Monday: SHE PLAYED WITH FIRE—An in- surance investigator becomes a suspect in a fire case because he tries to pro- tect a woman. Stars Jack Hawkins and Arlene Dahl. Wednesday: WAR GODS OF THE DEEP— The ruler of an undersea city believes that he has found the secret to eternal life. Stars Vincent Price, Tab Hunter and Susan Hart. Friday: WAR ITALIAN STYLE—Two Marines, held captive by the Germans during World War II are permitted to steal what their captives believes are the fake plans for the Allied invasion of Italy. They dis- cover that the plans are real and the chase is on. Friday: 00SS117 MISSION FOR A KILLER— Secret Agent 0SS117 is sent to the jun- gles of Brazil to uncover a world ter- rorist organization. Friday: HORROR EXPRESS—A creature from prehistoric times is responsible for a number of macabre deaths on the train? Stars Peter Cushing, Tell Savalas and Christopher Lee. If it's news call 4612 Enlisted Dining Facility Menu Today—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. Saturday—Brunch at 10 a.m.—cream of tomato soup, chili size sandwiches and crisp potato chips. Dinner: puree mongole soup, savory baked chicken with natural sauce, steam- ed rice or mashed potatoes, buttered mixed vegetables and buttered brussels sprouts. Sunday—Brunch at 10 a.m.—vegetable soup, chopped barbecued pork on toasted buns and French fried potatoes. Dinner: beef barley soup, grilled torn torn steaks, onion gravy, baked pota- toes with sour cream, scalloped cream style corn and steamed spinach. Monday—Lunch: egg drop soup, shrimp Creole, tossed green rice, beef yakiso- ba, buttered broccoli spears and French fried carrots sticks. Dinner: bean soup with bacon, top- less pork sandwiches with brown pork gravy, oven glo potatoes or cornbread dressing, boiled black-eyed peas and seasoned FF greens. Tuesday—Lunch: pepper pot soup, veal scallopini with natural sauce, mashed potatoes, seasoned French cut green beans and hot spiced beets. Dinner: chicken noodle soup, chicken cacciatore with natural sauce, simmered spaghetti, baked Italian sausage, red beans and rice and buttered mixed vege- tables. Wednesday—Lunch: cream pea soup-, cherry baked ham, cherry sauce, candied sweet potatoes, boiled dry lima beans with bacon seasoning, fried okra and hot cornbread. Dinner: beef noodle soup, meat loaf stuffed with cornbread dressing, braised beef liver, brown onion gravy, snow flake potatoes, Spanish onions and but-' tered brussels sprouts. Thursday—Lunch: French onion soup, roast beef au jus with natural gravy, baked potatoes with sour cream, lyon- naise wax beans and stewed tomatoes. Dinner: tomato vegetable soup, new- port fried chicken, brown chicken gravy, orange rice or cornbread dressing and buttered succotash. Friday—Lunch: vegetable beef soup, fried Icelandic fish, oriental meat- balls, baked macaroni and cheese, sea- soned whole grain corn, and steamed spin- ach. Dinner: knickerbocker soup, knock- wurst baked with sauerkraut, vienner- schnitzel, brown German gravy, German potato cakes and seasoned garden peas with mushrooms.

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