The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 28, 1976 · Page 22
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B--6 Friday, May 28. 1976 The Daily Inter Lake, Kalispell, Montana WEDNESDAY 5:00 2 Mickey Mouse Club 3 Headin'Out 5 ' News 6 Merv Griffin 7 Mister Rogers 8 News S News 10 News 5:30 2 Ironside 3 News 5 News 7 Sesame St. 8 News 9 News 10 Andy Griffith 11 News 12 Electric Co. 6:00 3 Baseball 4 Hogan's Heroes 5 House On Prairie 8 Tony Orlando 9 House On Prairie 10' News 11 News 12 Zoom 6:30 2 News 4 News 6 News 7 Electric Co. 10 Concentration 11 Price Is Right 12 Book Beat 7:00 2 News 4 NB A P lay-Off 5 Bionlc Woman 6 News 7 Zoom 8 NBA Play-Off 9 Bionlc Woman 10 Bionlc Woman 11 NBA Play-off 12 Hunter Safety 7:30 2 -Brady Bunch 6 Tell Tne Truth 7 Book Beat 12 Viewpoint'76 8:00 2 Adem-12 5 Baretta 6 Bewitched 7 KSPS Auction 9 10 12 7 2 3 5 6 io 9 12 4 B 11 2 3 Baretta Baretta Tribal Eye KSPS Auction B Ionic Worn an Tony Orlando Billy Graham Crusade House On Prairie Billy Graham Crusade Starsky and Hutch Dance In America Tony Orlando Starsky and Hutch KopyKats Baretta Starsky and Hutch 10:15 10:30 10:40 10:45 11:00 5 6 7 e 9 10 11 12 4 5 8 9 10 11 4 2 3 News Billy Graham Crusade KSPS Auction News News News New* Special BobNewhart Johnny Carson Movie Johnny Carson Movie Ironside TBA Starsky and Hutch News 11:20 11:40 12:00 12:30 12:40 2:00 4 6 12 3 11 2 3 4 6 10 2 4 6 11 2 6 Dinah! News Special News News FBI N6WS Space: 1999 News News Mod Squad Movie Movie Johnny Carson News Yesterday's Newsreel Tomorrow Ask Dick Kleiner Movies Kesey's Cuckoo By Dick Kleiner DEAR DICK: Why, on He Academy Awards show, did all the people who won Oscars for "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" thank everybody except the most important person, the author of Ihe book, Ken Kesey? What does Mr. Kesey think about all the accolades? RICHARD W. JOHNSKN, Nogales Ariz. Kesey has been quoted as being unhappy, understandably bitter about the slight It was an unforgiveable oversight. I guess all the winners were so wrapped up in their own importance they forgot the man who created the whole thing. *** DEAR DICK: I heard that Cher Bono bad hormone shots. Is this true? D.T., Athens, Ga. 1 asked one of Cher's friends about this and his response was "What for?" Then he assured me that Cher has not, never, no how had hormone shots. *** DEAR DICK: I was wondering if the scripts for episodes of TV shows are sold to the public. If so, where are they sold? And for how much? Al.AN GILDAY, Port Colborne, Ont., Canada. No, old used-up TV scripts are not sold, as a matter of course. They generally keep a couple of file copies and toss the rest away. If you want one, I suggest you write to the producer of your favorite show, in care of the network, and explain why you want il. I'm not saying you'll get it. but it's your only chance. ··* DEAR DICK: I heard one time that Richard Thomas -John-Boy of The Wallons -- is ten years younger than his wife. Is that true? I..D., Steubenville, Ohio No, it's not. He is younger, perhaps two years. Richard is 25 and their friends estimate Alma's age at about 27. Incidentally, they'll have their first child in June or July. DEAR DICK: The theme music for ABC's show, Family, is beautiful. Is it an excerpt from classical music, or an original score for the show? Has it been published in a piano score I can buy? If so, I'd really appreciate the title, composer and publisher. CAROL M A R I E R , Fullerton, Ca. Glad you asked, because it gives me a chance to praise the multi-talented John Rubinstein. Besides starring in the program, lie composed and conducted Ihe score and played the piano solos. He's the son of the great Artur Rubinstein, so he comes by his musical talents genetically. At (he moment, the score has not been published or recorded. DEAR DICK: Recently, on The Bionic Woman, there was an episode about Lindsay Wagner being in a beauty contest. She sang the song, "Feelings," for the talent contest. Was it Lindsay's real voice? If not, whose was it and where can! find a recording of it? K.K., Fernie, B.C., Can. Lindsay, who has done considerable singing, sang the song herself H has not been recorded and. according to what 1 hear, won't be. There was some dissatisfaction with the whole thing. DEAR DICK: How old is Carol Burnett? Who has she been married to? Does she have any children? If so, what are their names and ages? JULIE DE KEVSER AND CHHISSY MOKHTARIAN, Tucson. Ariz. One doesn't ask a lady her age. But. if you must know. The world Almanac says she's 41. which seems about right Carol's first husband was Don Saroyan. and she's been married to her producer, Joe Hamilton, for a long time They have three daughters: Carrie is 12, Jody is 9 and Erin is 7 2 p.m. (11) Where's Charley?, musical -- Delightful song-dance-and-comedy version of "Charley's Aunt", starring Ray Bolger as a college student who dlsquises himself as his own aunt -- 1 hr. 55 mln. 4 p.m. (4) By the Light of 8:30 9:00 9:15 10:00 the Silvery Moon, musical -Doris Day and Gordon MacRae reveal small-town life and romance during 1919 - 2 hrs. 10:30 p.m. (8) Female Artillery, western -- Dennis Weaver joins with a gtoup of tough western women In at- tempt to stop a vicious gang of outlaws -- 90 mln. 10:30 p.m. (10) They've Kidnapped Anne Benedict, drama -- The Vatican hired private eye Rouert Wagner to Investigate the rumors of a mobster's daughter -- 90 mln. 12:30 a.m. (2) They've Kidnapped Anne Benedict. 12:30 a.m. (4) In Love and War, drama -- Robert Wagner, Jeffrey Hunter and Bradford Dillman star in this emotional account of war and the affect It had on three marines -About Books Some 'winning 9 children's books By Betsy Hearae Did you ever want to turn a child on to a really super book but didn't k n o w how to choose one? You can be confident that books which win the Newbery Award for distinguished writing or the Caldecott Award for outstanding picture book illustration will be good. They have been awarded the h i g h e s t r e c o g n i t i o n i n children's literature by ex- perls in the field -- a comm i t t e e of the A m e r i c a n L i b r a r y A s s o c i a t i o n ' s Children's Services Division which selects the winners from among the several thousand juvenile books published each year in the United Stales. The 1975 Newbery winner is "The Grey King," fourth in a five-book sequence called "The Dark is Rising," by fantasy writer Susan Cooper. Although the entire sequence represents a complex buildup of magical suspense, each book works well as a novel in itself. In "The Grey K i n g , " protagonist Will Stanton is sent to a Welsh hill farm to recuperate from an illness. There he is drawn into a quest for a golden harp that will awaken six sleepers for the final battle with the forces of dark or evil. The mix of fantasy and legend, held tautly together by dramatic tension, is more : than good writing -- it's a good read! In fact, fifth to eighth graders who latch onto the book may have difficulty prying it loose from their parents. For the 1975 Caldecolt winner. "Why Mosquitoes Bun in People's Ears." illustrators Leo and Diane AWARD From 'Why Mosquitoes Dillon have created such fine paintings that children will absorb from them the excitement generated by really good art. "Mosquitoes." a West African folk tale, is fun to share with your children at bedtime and it holds up well under the inevitable request f o r " j u s t o n e m o r e " rereading. It's i d e a l f o r preschool or primary groups. Tne Newbery runners up are " D r a g o n w i n g s " - by Laurence Yetp and "The Hundred Penny Box" by Sharon Bell Ma this. "Dragonwings" is about a Chinese boy's arrival in San Francisco in 1903 to join his father, who dreams of making and flying an airplane. As he begins to understand "white demon" ways, the reader gains insight into the Chinese American's cultural heritage. Fifth to eighth graders will find the account of the 1906 WINNER Buzz in People's Ears.' earthquake particularly vivid. The close r e l a t i o n s h i p between a young boy and his great-great aunt is the focus of "The Hundred Penny Box." There is no plot as such -only the sensitive portrayal of problems caused by three generations living under one roof. Suitable for third and fourth graders, this book is graced by more Dillon illustrations. ' The Caldecott Honor Books are "The Desert is Theirs," illustrated by Peter Parnall and written by Byrd Baylor, and "Strega Nona," an old tale retold and illustrated by Tomie de Paola. Another ALA committee selects an annual list of "Notable Children's Books." A single copy of the annotated list, which includes fiction and nonfiction for all ages from preschool through junior high, i s a v a i l a b l e f r o m t h e Children's Services Division, A m e r i c a n L i b r a r y Association, 50 East Huron Street, Chicago, IL 60611. P l e a s e i n c l u d e a s e l f addressed mailing label and 26 cents in postage. FORMALS When you're going formal, go with your mind at easel Let us take care of all the formalities -- we can show you the widest possible choice in the newest of fashions! 21B K2.MOO

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