The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 30.12.1976, Blaðsíða 3

The White Falcon - 30.12.1976, Blaðsíða 3
December 30, 1976 Page 3 Tomorrow 9:00 Mayberry RFD* 9:30 Gunsmoke* 10:15 Movie: Alexander Graham Bell 11:55 Big Valley 12:45 NCAA: Montana State vs Akron* 3:15 General Hospital 3:40 Electric Company 4:10 New Price is Right 4:55 Early Movie: African Safari 6:30 Holiday Report 6:45 Bell Telephone Jubilee* 8:10 My World and Welcome to It* 8:40 Star Trek* 9:30 M*A*S*H * 10:00 Holiday Report 10:15 I Spy* 11:05 Friday Night Movie: The Amazing Dr. G. 12:30 Creature Feature: Chariots of the Gods* Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday 9:00 Cartoon Carnival* 12:00-Christopher Closeup 3:00 10:10 Lost in Space 12:30 Music and the 3:05 11:00 Sports Challenge Spoken Word 3:30 11:35 Early Movie: The 1:00 This is the Life* 4:30 Long, Long Trailer* 1:25 You Asked for It* 4:55 1:10 NFC Playoffs: 1:50 Wide World of 5:15 Minnesota vs Sports 6r30 Washington* 2:50 Great Circus 7:00 3:40 Pro Football Spectacular 7:25 Playback* 3:40 NFC Playoffs: Los 4:00 AFC Playoffs: Angeles vs Dallas* 10:00 Pittsburgh vs 6:05 Get Smart 10:15 Baltimore* 6:30 Weekend Report 6:30 Holiday Report 6:45 The Winners* 11:10 6:45 Wild Kingdom 7:50 Starsky and Hutch* 12:00 7:10 Donny and Marie 8:45 Sunday Night Movie: 8:15 The Magician* Hey, I'm Alive* 9:10 Hawaii Five-0* 10:00 Weekend Report 10:00 Holiday Report 10:15 President-Elect 10:15 Late Show: Carter News Genevieve* Conference* 12:40 Night Watch: And 11:15 Manhunter* Then There were None 12:05 Tonight Show Midday Report General Hospital Sesame Street Can You Top This? Let's Make a Deal Merv Griffin Evening Report Victory at Sea AFC Playoffs: New England vs Oakland* Ten O'clock Report NBC Reports—The Sometime Soldiers* Caribe* Late Show: An Evening with Edgar Allan Poe* 9 10 10 10: 11: 00 Midday Report- 05 General Hospital ¦ 30 Sesame Street 30-Wonderful World: . of Magic 00 Jokers Wild 30 Decades of Decision 30 Evening Report 00 Odd Couple* 30 Tony Orlando and Dawn* 30 Cannon* 30 Barney Miller* 00 Ten O'clock Report 15 One Day at a Time* 40 The Defenders 35 Tonight Show TtnSLUHE Wednesday Jan. 6 Jan. 7 3 00 Midday Report 3:00 Midday Report 3:00 3 05 General Hospital 3:05 General Hospital 3:05 3 30 Sesame Street 3:30 Electric Company 3:30 4 30 $20,000 Pyramid 4:00 Make a Wish 4:05 4 50 Truth or 4:20 Jack Lalanne 5:00 Consequences 4:40 Get Smart 5 15 Mike Douglas 5:15 Party 6:30 6 30 Evening Report 5:40 Police Surgeon 7:00 7 :00 Animal World 6:05 Wyatt Earp 7:55 7 30 Mission: Impossible* 6:30 Evening Report 8 35 All in the Family* 7:00 High and Wild* 8:35 9 10 Kate McShane* 7:30 Good Heavens* 9:30 10 00 Ten 0'Clock Report 8:00 Mannix* 10:00 10 15 Matt Helm* 9:00 Doc* 10:15 11 05 Wednesday Night 9:30 Bob Newhart* 11:05 Movie: The Mark 10:00 Ten 0'Clock Report of Cain 10:15 11:15 12:30 Bill Moyer's Journal Night Owl Special: Alien Lover Boxing from the Olympic 12:40 Midday Report General Hospital Electric Company New Price is Right Early Movie: Brother of the Wind* Evening Report Lohman and Barkley My World and Welcome to It* Star Trek* M*A*S*H * Ten 0'Clock Report I Spy* Friday Night Movie: Dirty Dingus McGee* Creature Feature: Dr. Blood's Coffin Channel 4 specials TOMORROW, 6:45 p.m.—BELL TELEPHONE JU- BILEE—Bing Crosby and Liza Minnelli are the co-hosts for this variety show which includes guests Marvin Hamlisch, Joel Grey, Ben Vreen, Roy Clark and Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme. JAN. 6, 10:15 p.m.—BILL MOYER'S JOUR- NAL—A visit is made to Rosedale, N.Y. to take a look at racial turmoil taking place in the predominantly white, mid- dle-class community. JAN. 6, 11:15 p.m.—NIGHT OWL SPECIAL: ALIEN LOVER—A young woman is thought to be going insane because she hears the voice of a young man coming from a TV set. The voice, however, is that of an alien whose race possesses incredible powers. Stars Pernell Roberts, Susan Brown, Kate Mulgrew, John Vententinio and Steve Tanner. •n w HAV pgAGeJSEW/frtas ALL U50 77 Dec. 31 - Jan. 7 * All night fish fry—Every Friday and Saturday night'. '. '. * Recuperation recipe: Jan. 1st—Tomato juice, muffin and aspirin — 10$. ' / * Sign up for Thursday, Jan. 6, factory shopping tour. Friday, Jan. 7—In honor of Sherlock Holmes' birthday — Minute Mysteries at noon. * Any chess buffs? Interested in starting a club? Contact Diana or Ann at 6124 or 6113. Submit February birthdays. The USO will have a drawing for free dinner and cake. Watch tport$ an AFTV • indicates color NOTE: Programming subject to change without notice Channel 4 movies of the week TOMORROW: ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL—This movie is based on the famous inventor's biography. Stars Don Ameche, Loretta Young and Henry Fonda. TOMORROW: AFRICAN SAFARI — This semi- documentary is a true story of a Central African expedition. TOMORROW: THE AMAZING DR. G.—A comedy take-off of a James Bond film, two nightclub comedians are mistaken for spies by "Goldginger" who sees them as a threat to his plan for taking over the world. TOMORROW: CHARIOTS OF THE GODS—Dr. Harold Reinl poses the question of the possibility of extra terrestrial visit- ors inhabiting the earth many years ago. SATURDAY: THE LONG, LONG TRAILER—This hilarious film features newlyweds who are starting out on their honeymoon In a three-ton trailer. Stars Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz, Marjorie Main and Keenam Wynn. SATURDAY: GENEVIEVE—In this excellent English comedy, two couples join the an- nual antique car rally from London to Brighton. Star3 Dinah Sheridan, John Gregson, Kay Kendall and Kenneth More. SATURDAY: AND THEN THERE WERE NONE—Ten people are invited to an island for a weekend vacation. They soon discover that they are being murdered one by one. Stars Louis Hayward, Barry Fitzgerald and Judith Anderson, SUNDAY: HEY, I'M ALIVE—A dramatic true story of the survival of a young woman and a middle-aged man unfolds after the crash of their light plane in the Yukon. Stars Edward Asner, Sally Struthers and Milton Selzer. MONDAY: AN EVENING WITH EDGAR ALLAN POE —Vincent Price stars in four classic Poe tales of horror. WEDNESDAY: THE MARK OF CAIN—A suspense film, taking place in England and France, is based on a man who takes ad- vantage of his brother's weakness to win his beautiful sister-in-law. JAN. 7: BROTHER OF THE WIND—A lonely mountain man rescues four wolf pups and is rewarded by their companionship and protection. Stars Dick Robinson. JAN. 7: DIRTY DINGUS MCGEE—This is a western comdey about the goings-on in the town of Yerkes Hole, N.M. where the mayor is the madame of the local plea- sure house and a petty badman has con- tinuous misunderstandingswith the bumb- ling sheriff. Stars Frank Sinatra, George Kennedy, Anne Jackson and John Dehner. Adult viewing. JAN. 7: DR. BLOOD'S COFFIN—A young doctor conducts some rather unethical experiments on his enfeebled patients. Stars Kieron Moore and Hazel Court. Enlisted Dining Facility Menu New Year's Eve — Brunch (10 a.m. -1 p.m.): logging soup with saltines, sloppy Joe on toasted bun, French fried potatoes, NavSta pastry and salad bar. Dinner: old fashion beaii soup, tur- key croquettes or veal pinwheels, vege- table gravy, snowflake potatoes, sea- soned mixed vegetables and buttered broccoli spears. New Year's Day — Brunch at 10 a.m.: logging soup, grilled cheese sandwiches and French fried potatoes. Dinner: French onion soup, grilled beef steak to order, sauteed onions, baked potatoes with sour cream, buttered whole grain corn and steamed spinach. Sunday—Brunch at 10 a.m.: puree mongole soup, hot Rueben sandwiches and crisp potato chips. "Family Night" dinner: chicken vege- table soup, barbecued chicken, barbecue 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. "Philippine Dinner"—sweet and sour pork, Philippine style adobo, Olongapo pansit, Philippine fried rice, spinach rolls and buttered asparagus spears. Tuesday—Lunch: logging soup, brais- ed pork spareribs and sauerkraut, baked Spanish beef patties with natural sauce, paprika potatoes, buttered mixed vege- tables 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 po- tatoes, buttered corn on the cob and seasoned F.F. greens. Jan. 6 — 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 brussels sprouts. Jan. 7—-Lunch: chicken rice soup, stuffed cabbage rolls or turkey scal- opes, 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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