The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 19.11.1976, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 19.11.1976, Blaðsíða 6
Today Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday 3:00 Midday Report 3:05 General Hospital 4:05 New Price is Right 5:05 Early Movie: Wife, Doctor and Nurse 6:30 Evening Report 7:00 Gladys Knight and the Pips 7:55 In Touch 8:00 Mary Tyler Moore 8:35 Star Trek 9:30 M*A*S*R* 10;00 Ten 0' Clock Report 10:15 I Spy 10:20 Friday Night Movie: The Magic Christian 11:10 Creature Feature: The Stranger 9:00 Cartoon Carnival 10:10 Monkees 10:35 Lost in Space 11:30 Greatest Sports Legends 11:50 Daktari 12:40 The Rifleman 1:05 The Way It Was 3:35 Early Movie: A Woman of Distinction 4:00 NCAA Football: Georgia vs Florida 6:30 Weekend Report 6:45 Wild Kingdom 7:15 Rich Little 8:10 The Magician 9:05 Hawaii Five-0 10:00 Weekend Report 10:15 Glen Campbell Show 11:00 Late Show: Spencer's Mountain 1:00 Night Watch: The Proud and Damned (ADULT) 12 :00 Flints tones 12 :25 Gentle Ben 12 :50 College Football 76 1 :40 Early Movie: The Girl Who Knew Too Much 3 :10 NFL: Washington vs San Francisco 5: :45 Pro Football Playback 6: :05 Meet the Press 6: :30 Weekend Report 6: :45 The Winners 7: :30 Barnaby Jones 8: :20 Sunday Night Movie: That Touch of Mink 10: :00 Weekend Report 10: :15 Washington Week in Review 10: :45 Manhunter 11: 35 Tonight Show 3: :00 Midday Report 3:00 Midday Report 3: :05 General Hospital 3:05 General Hospital 3 :30 Sesame Street 3:30 Sesame Street 4 :30 Can You Top This? 4:30 Wonderful World 4 :50 Let's Make a Deal of Magic 5 :15 Merv Griffin 5:00 Jokers Wild 6 :30 Evening Report 5:30 Adams Chronicles 7 :00 NFL Championship 6:30 Evening Report Games 7:00 The Odd Couple 7: :35 Monday Night 7:25 In Touch Football: Los 7:30 Cannon Angeles vs 9:35 One Day at a Cincinnati Time (ADULT) 10 :00 Ten O'clock Report 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10 :15 Academy of Country 10:15 Barney Miller Music Awards 10:40 The Defenders 11 :20 Monday Night Movie: Wild Geese Calling 11:35 Tonight Show Wednesday Thursday Friday 3:00 3:05 3:30 4:30 4:55 5:15 6:30 7:00 7:50 7:55 8:35 9:35 10:00 10:15 10:45 11:35 Midday Report General Hospital Sesame Street The Conciliators Truth or Consequences Mike Douglas Evening Report Mission: Impossible In Touch All in the Family American Parade: Stop, Thief! Buyer Beware Ten O'clock Report President-Elect Carter Press Conference Matt Helm Wednesday Night Movie: Sunflower (ADULT) 9:00 Mayberry RFD 9:25 Big Valley 10:20 Early Movie: Anastasia 11:35 NFL: Oakland vs Chicago 1:55 NFL Game of the Week 2:15 Directions '76 2:45 General Hospital 3:05 Electric Company 3:40 Make a Wish 4:05 Jack Lalanne 4:50 Get Smart 5:15 Flintstones 5:40 Wyatt Earp 6:00 The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't 6:30 Holiday Report 6:45 High and Wild 7:15 A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving 7:45 Good Heavens 8:10 Mannix 9:05 Doc 9:30 Bob Newhart 10:00 Holiday Report 10:15 Conversation with Eric Sevareid 11:05 Night Owl Special: The Cloning of Clifford Swimmer 9:00 9:25 10:15 10:45 11:30 12:00 12:25 12:50 1:15 1:40 2:05 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:55 6:30 6:45 7:40 7:50 8:25 9:30 10:00 10:15 11:10 12:50 Beverly Hillbillies Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea Bewitched Daniel Boone Fractured Flickers Green Acres Tombstone Territory Flintstones Animal World Honey West Wild, Wild West General Hospital Electric Company New Price is Right Early Movie: Women of the Prehistoric Planet Holiday Report Gladys Knight and the Pips In Touch Mary Tyler Moore Star Trek M*A*S*H Holiday Report I Spy Friday Night Movie: The Male Animal Suspense Theater: Dark Eyes of London AFTV Channel 8/4 specials SUNDAY, 6:05 p.m.—MEET THE PRESS—Guest is the Governor-elect of Washington and former head of the Atomic Energy Commis- sion, Dixy Lee Ray. SUNDAY, 10:15 p.m.—WASHINGTON WEEK IN REVIEW—The program presents a discus- sion of President-elect Carter's ap- pointments, the problems he will be con- fronting and the role of the new Vice- President. MONDAY, 10:15 p.m.—ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS—Marty Robbins hosts the 11th annual show, featuring an all star cast including Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Tom T. Hall, Crystal Gale and Mickey Gilley. TUESDAY, 7:35 p.m.—CANNOW—In this spe- cial program Joan Fontaine makes a rare television appearance, playing a former film star who turns to Cannon for help. WEDNESDAY, 8:35 p.m.—STOP, THIEF!—A dramatization of the downfall of William Marcy "Boss" Tweed (1823-78) whose cor- rupt control of New York politics en- abled him and his cronies to steal mil- lions in city funds. WEDNESDAY, 9:35 p.m.—BUYER BEWARE—A look at some of the questionable sales practices which are used by some people who sell land, cars and food. THURSDAY, 6 p.m.—THE THANKSGIVING THAT ALMOST WASN'T—If it hadn't been for the efforts of a very special squirrel, the first Thanksgiving celebrated by the Pilgrims might not have happened. THURSDAY, 7:15 p.m.—A CHARLIE BROWN THANKSGIVING—Peppermint Patty invites herself and some friends to Charlie Brown's house for Thanksgiving dinner. THURSDAY, 11:05 p.m.—NIGHT OWL SPECIAL: THE CLONING OF CLIFFORD SWIMMER—Clif- ford Swimmer hates his life and he wants out. A doctor gives Swimmer his chance by creating an exact duplicate of Swim- mer with cloning. . 1 Al J j **ronight—A free silent |* ^WrM fiim '¦¦¦il1 be shown at 7. ?Don't ^* forget—Friday Saturday all fish fries tart at 9:30 % ** A trip to Reykjavik museums will be held Sunday from 12:30 to 5 p.m. **Get to know what's available in Keflavik on the mini-Kef tour Monday from 1-3:30 p.m. **The Train Club meets every Tuesday night. forget to participate in the Bake Bingo and Jeopardy competition also Tuesday night at 7. **The Red Wall Snackbar Wednesday special is brownies a la mode. ** Tomorrow—Make your own Christmas decorations. The USO will provide the materials free. You may keep your creations. ** There will be a shopping tour to Reykjavik Nov. 26. Watch $porU o« AFTV NOTE: Programming subject to change without notice Channel &A movies of the week TODAY: WIFE, DOCTOR, AND NURSE—An overworked doctor has little time for his wife or his nurse—both of whom are in love with him. Stars Loretta Young Warner Baxter and Virginia Bruce. TODAY: THE MAGIC CHRISTIAN—This com- edy deals with an eccentric, rich Brit- ish businessman who decides to prove that everyone can be corrupted by money. Stars Peter Sellers, Ringo Starr, Isabel Jeans, Laurence Harvey and Raquel Welch. TODAY: THE STRANGER—An astronaut crashes on a strange planet and the planet's "officers" fear he plans to take over their government. Stars Glenn Corbett, Sharon Acker and Lew Ayres. SATURDAY: A WOMAN OF DISTINCTION—A woman dean, who has excluded romance from her life, finds herself attracted to a handsome Eritish professor. Stars Rosalind Russell and Roy Miland. SATURDAY: SPENCER' S MOUNTAIN—Moving, dramatic and humorous—based on the novel by Earl Hammer, Jr. Stars Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara, James MacArthur, Donald Crisp and Wally Cox. SATURDAY: THE PROUD AND THE DAMMED— Five confederate war veterans flee to Latin America where they become en- trapped in a war between two family rivals. Stars Chuck Connors, Cesar Romero, Jose Creco and Aaron Kincade. SUNDAY: THE GIRL WHO KNEW TOO MUCH—A free lance adventurer is hired by the syndicate, then by the CIA to find the killer of a syndicate boss. Stars Adam West, Nancy Kwan, Robert Alda and Nehi- miah Persoff. SUNDAY: THAT TOUCH OF MINK—A wealthy business tycoon romances an unemployed woman with a trip and romance. Stars Cary Grant, Doris Day, Gig Young, Audrey Meadows, John Astin and Dick Sargent. MONDAY : WTTJ) GEESK CATJ.TNG—T.nmher j ack Jack Murdock can't seem to stay in one place. He leaves his wife and child to search for gold in the Klondike. Stars Henry Fonda, Joan Bennett and Barton Mac lane. WEDNESDAY: SUNFLOWER—An Italian sol- dier, presumed dead after being sent to the Russian front, is discovered living in Russia with a second wife. Stars Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. THURSDAY: ANASTASIA—A young woman ap- pears in Berlin claiming to be Anasta- sia—the last of the children of the Czar. Stars Julie Harris and Lynne Fontanne. FRIDAY: WOMEN OF THE PREHISTORIC PLANET- A spaceship crashes on an unexplored planet. The commander of the rescue ship decides to allow the lone survivor and a woman from his ship to settle on the planet. FRIDAY: THE MALE ANIMAL—Love and come- dy hit the college campus at just about the same time as the big game. Stars Henry Fonda, Don Defore, Jack Carson, Olivia DeHavilland and Joan Leslie. FRIDAY: DARK EYES OF LONDON—A Scotland Yard inspector poses as an underworld figure to gather information on a well- known criminal. Enlisted Dining Facility Menu Today—Lunch: vegetable beef soup, open face beef sandwiches, rich brown gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered carrots and stewed tomatoes. Dinner: beans with bacon soup, sim- mered spaghetti with heavy meat sauce, baby beef balls, assorted pizzas, steam- ed frankfurters, potato chips, broccoli polonaise and hot garlic toast. Tomorrow—Brunch at 10 a.m.: tomato soup, Monte Cristo sandwiches and crisp potato chips. Dinner: minestrone soup, syrup glaz- ed rick comish hens or glazed ham loaf, hot mustard sauce, parsley buttered po- tatoes, Harvard beets and scalloped corn. Sunday—Brunch at 10 a.m.: Chicken vith rice soup, chili size sandwiches and French fried potatoes. Dinner: beef barley soup, Swiss steak with tomato sauce, mashed pota- toes, steamed rice, buttered brussels sprouts and French fried cauliflower, Monday—Lunch: chicken noodle soup, Spanish veal loaf, shrimp wiggles, brown gravy, mashed potatoes, seasoned green beans, buttered summer squash and hot biscuits. Dinner: cream of tomato soup, beef sauerbraten, natural gravy, German pota- to cakes, lyonnaise rice, German sauer- kraut and buttered mixed vegetables. Tuesday—Lunch: vegetable soup, chipper or deep fried Icelandic fish, baked Italian sausage, scalloped pota- toes with onions, buttered broccoli spears and O'Brien com. Dinner: minestrone soup, battered fried corn dogs with hot mustard sauce or ham croquettes, baked macaroni and cheese, seasoned garden peas and butter- ed carrots. Wednesday—Lunch: creole soup, New- port fried chicken, brown chicken gravy, duchess potatoes, tossed green rice, beets with orange and lemon sauce and buttered brussels sprouts. Dinner: beef barley soup, pepper beef steaks, natural sauce, golden pota- to balls, buttered egg noodles, Creole hominy and fried okra. Thursday—Brunch: beef vegetable soup, grilled cheese sandwiches, potato chips and baked beans. Thanksgiving dinner: Virginia baked ham, roast young torn turkey, whipped po- tatoes, bread dressing, salad bar, assorted fresh fruit, fruit cake, shell nuts, pumpkin and apple pie and mixed candies, coffee, milk, fruit juices, chilled cranberry sauce and assorted vegetables. Friday—Lunch: Manhattan fish chow- der, old fashion beef stew, fried fish balls, steamed rice or scalloped noodles with cheese, tomatoes and bacon, butter- ed lima beans and lyonnaise carrots. Dinner: old fashion bean soup, tur- key croquettes or veal pinwheels, vege- table gravy, snowflake potatoes, season- ed mixed vegetables and buttered brocco- li spears.

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