The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 11.02.1977, Blaðsíða 6

The White Falcon - 11.02.1977, Blaðsíða 6
Today Saturday Sunday Monday 2:45 Midday Report 2:50 Flintstcraes 3:15 Electric Company 3:55 New Price is Right 4 :50 Early Movie: Baraka X 77 * 6:30 Evening Report 7: fin Lohman and Barkley 8:00 My World and Wel- come to It * 8:35 Star Trek * 9:30 M*A*S*H * 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 10:15 I Spy * 11:10 Friday Night Movie: TBA 12:40 Creature Feature: TBA 9 10 10 10 11 12: 2: 6 6 7 8 9 10 10 11 12 :00 Cartoon Carnival * :00 Sports Challenge :30 Daktari :20 The Rifleman :50 Daniel Boone :40 King Crosby Pro Am Open * 30 Early Movie: Billy Budd 35 NCAA: UCLA vs Tennessee * 00 Washington Week In Review * 30 Weekend Report 45 Wild Kingdom 15 Donny and Marie * 15 The Magician * 05 Hawaii Five-0 * 00 Weekend Report 15 The Rookies * 10 Late Show: The Mad Bomber * 35 Night Watch: Cisco Eike * Tuesday 12:00 Christopher Closeup 2 45 Midday Report 2:45 Midday Report * 12:30 Music And The Spoken 2 50 General Hospital 2:50 General Hospital Word 3 25 Sesame Street 3:25 Sesame Street 1:00 This Is The Life 4 40 Sew What's New 4:30 Wonderful World 1:25 You Asked For It * 4 50 Let's Make A Deal of Magic 1:50 •Wide World Of Sports 5 15 Merv Griffin 5:05 Jokers Wild 2:50 Voyage to the Bottom 6 30 Evening Report 5:35 Swiss Family of the Sea 2 00 Victory At Sea Robinson * 3:40 Early Movie: 7 30 Info Corner: 6:30 Evening Report 4:15 Green Acres Camera Three 7:00 Odd Couple * 4:40 Grand Slam Of Tennis * 7 55 NHL All Star Game * 7:35 0T0 Variety Special: U.S. 6:30 Weekend Report 10 00 Ten O'clock Armed Forces 6:45 0T0 Variety Special: Report * Bicentennial Band Magic, Magic, Magic, 10 15 Caribe 8:40 Happy Days * Harry Blackstone * 11 00 Monday Night Movie: 9:10 Joe Forrester * 7:45 Meet The New Congress * The Big Land 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 8:45 Sunday Night Movie: The Forgotten Man * 10:15 Monty Python (Adult) * 10:00 Weekend Report 10:45 Silent Service 10:15 Starsky and Hutch * 11:10 The Defenders 11:10 Tonight Show 12:05 All Star Wrestling Wednesday Thursday Friday 2:45 Midday Report 2:45 Midday Report 2 45 Midday Report 2:50 General Hospital 2:50 General Hospital 2 50 General Hospital 3:25 Sesame Street 3:25 Electric Company 3 25 Electric Company 4:20 $20,000 Pyramid 3:55 Dusty's Treehouse 4 05 New Price is 4:40 Truth or 4:20 Jack LaLanne Right Consequences 4:40 Get Smart 4 55 Farly Movie: 5:15 Mike Douglas 5:05 Party Wilderness 6:30 Weekend Report 5:30 Wyatt Earp Journey * 7:00 Animal World 6:05 Police Surgeon 6 30 Evening Report 7:35 Mission Impossible * 6:30 Evening Report 7 00 Lohman and 8:40 All In The Family * 7:00 High and Wild * Barkley * 9:10 Onedin Line 7:35 Grady * 8 00 My World and 10:00 Ten O'clock Report 8:65 Mannix * Welcome to It * 10:15 Police Story * 9:35 Bob Newhart * 9 30 M*A*S*H * 11:10 Wednesday Night Movie: Billy 10:00 Ten.O'clock Report 10 00 Ten O'clock Report Liar 10:15 Bill Moyers' 10 15 I Spy * Journal 11 10 Friday Night Mov- 11:15 Night Owl Special: NBC Saturday ie: The Deadly Hunt * Night * 12 25 Creature Feature: 12:20 Boxing From The Olympics Hillbillies in the Haunted House \Wateh tporu on AFTV ' indicates color TBA denotes to be announced NOTE: Programming subject to change without notice Channel 4 movies of the week Channel 4 specials SUNDAY, 6:45 p.m.—0T0 VARIETY SPECIAL: MAGIC, MAGIC, MAGIC, HARRY BLACKSTONE— Magician Harry Blackstone performs feats of grand illusion in this outstanding magic show. SUNDAY, 7:45 p.m.—MEET THE NEW CON- GRESS— The new faces in Congress are interviewed by correspondents Catherine MacKin and Linda Ellerbee. MONDAY, 7:30 p.m.—INFO CORNER: CAMERA THREE—"Thomas Jefferson, Epicure" is about a gourmet meal which might have been served in the Jefferson home. It is prepared by Craig Claiborne, food ed- itor of the New York Times, and master chef Pierre Franey. TUESDAY, 7:35 p.m.—0T0 VARIETY SPECIAL: US.S ARMED FORCES BICENTENNIAL BAND—Pa- triotic tunes abound in this concert performed by a 66 piece band and a 24 voice chorus composed of Army, Navy, Ma- rine Corps and Coast Guard people. THURSDAY, 8:05 p.m.—CHARO—The viva- cious and energetic Charo headlines this music and comedy special. THURSDAY, 10:15 p.m.—BILL MOYERS' JOUR- NAL—Author James Dickey is interviewed in his home in Columbia, S.C. THURSDAY, 11:15 p.m.—NIGHT OWL SPECIAL: NBC SATURDAY NIGHT—Writer^performer Buck Henry is the host for this criti- cally acclaimed comedy-variety program. Don't miss the USO Valentine's Day activ- ities with a Valentine cake drawing and an action packed evening. At 6:30 p.m. the . Dating •Game will begin. Come to the USO at that time and you may be one of the lucky contestants. Even non-contestants will enjoy being part of the audience. A hot pools swimming trip to Reykjavik is slated tomorrow. Every Sunday at the USO, the Red Wall Snackbar features waffles—plain and fruit- filled. Milkshakes are also a Sunday spe- cial. At 1 p.m. a dart tournament will be held. To honor National Sauerkraut Week, the Red Wall Snackbar will feature kraut and franks during Monday through Feb. 18. Remember fish when you think of Friday at the USO. The all day special is fish and the all-night crowd can also partake of the delicious delights. The USO is open from 9:30 p.m. until early every Friday and Sat- urday night. Sign up now for the Thursday Factory Shopping tour. There is still time to sign up for the basic mechanics course offered at the USO on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Call 6124 or 7980 for more information. Come to the USO, and sign up for the ma- crame course which is scheduled to start soon. Feb. 19 the USO will feature the slide show titled "From Samoa to Tahiti" at 1 p.m. TODAY: BARAKA X 77—A secret agent, with the aid of a nurse, breaks up an organization which has kidnapped a French scientist. TOMORROW: BILLY BUDD—The film is based on Herman Melville's classic tale about the basic humanity of an English seaman pitted against the tyrannical rule of his commanding officers during the English-French war in 1797. Stars Robert Ryan, Peter Ustinov, Melvyn Doug- las and Terrence Stamp. TOMORROW: THE MAD BOMBER—A police in- spector is assigned to lead the search for a bomber who has terrorized the city with a series of unrelated bombings. Stars Vince Edwards, Chuck Connors and Neville Brand. TOMORROW: CISCO PIKE—A successful songwriter-performer's career is ruined when he is arrested for pushing drugs. He gets involved with a corrupt narcot- ics agent who promises him freedom if he will sell drugs for him. Stars Gene Hackman, Kris Kristofferson and Karen Black. (ADULT) SUNDAY: THE FORGOTTEN MAN—A Marine, returning home after he was reported dead in Vietnam, finds his world gone. His business has been sold and his wife has remarried. Confused and desperate, he kidnaps his daughter. Stars Dennis Weaver, Anne Francis, Lois Nettleton, Andrew Duggan and Percy Rodrigues. MONDAY: THE BIG LAMP—To outsmart a crooked cattle buyer, a Texas cattleman and a group of Kansas wheat growers band together to build a new town and bring the railroad to their community. Stars Alan Ladd, Virginia Mayo and Edmond O'Brien. WEDNESDAY: BILLY LIAR—A young clerk lives in a world of fantasy. His trou- bles begin when he gets engaged to two women at the same time and spends his firm's petty cash. Stars Tim Courtenay and Julie Christie. FRIDAY: WILDERNESS JOURNEY—A brave Alaskan Tlingit Indian boy journeys in a canoe to find his father. FRIDAY: THE DEADLY HUNT—A young, wealthy couple become the quarry of paid killers. The killers plan to murder the couple on a hunting trip but the plot falls apart when a natural disaster intervenes. Stars Tony Franciosa, Peter Lawford, Jim Hutton and Anjenette Comer. FRIDAY: HILLBILLIES IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE—Three entertainers traveling to Nashville, stay overnight in an old rundown mansion, unaware that the house is haunted. Stars Ferlin Husky, Joi Lansing, Don Bowman, Lon Chaney, John Carridine and Basil Rathbone. Enlisted Dining Facility Menu Today—Lunch: chicken rice soup, stuffed cabbage rolls or turkey scal- lops, 0' 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 lu a.m.—"vegetaDie soup , chopped barbecued pork on toasted buns and French fried potatoes. Dinner: beef barley soup, grilled torn torn steaks, onion gravy, baked potatoes 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 carrot sticks. Dinner: bean soup with bacon, top- less pork sandwiches with brown pork gravy, oven glo notatoes or cornbread dressing, boiled black-eyed peas and frozen fresh 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, snowflake potatoes, Spanish onions and buttered 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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