Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 5, 1976 · Page 26
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GREELEY (Cote.) TRIBUNE Fri., Mirch S, IfW ABC again tops evening show ratings *£S!gL NEW YORK (AP) - Ust week's Nielsens »re in and guess what? ABC is No. I in the weekly ratings for evenings shows for the seventh consecutive week. Its string of victories began the week of Jan. 12-18. If you keep track of such things, the season's consecutive-win title still belongs to CBS, which logged nine straight weeks as No. 1 from the week ending Nov. 23 to the week ending Jan. 11. But ABC is coming on strong, bolstered by the success of its theatrical movie showings, two weeks of Olympics and such staples as "Laverne and Shirley," "Happy Days," "Six Million Dollar Man" and "Bionic Woman." And with 25 full weeks now in the Nielsen file, ABC, for 20 seasons the No. 3 network, now appears to have an excellent chance of ending this season Nielsen considers it over in April -- a strong No. 2: So what? So it can mean greatly increased revenues next season for ABC, since the average ratings for a current season influence the prices a network can ask of sponsors for' shows the following season. Although CBS still leads this yew's ratings race, ABC only is one rating point behind (WS.OOO homei In civilian terms), according to Nielsen averages from the start of the season to Feb. 29. It's a bit of an improvement over ABC's season-to-dateaver- ages at this time last year. They showed viewers in nearly 2.9 million fewer homes watching ABC wares, compared with those observing CBS programs. And hew is NBC doing? Not so good. The current seuon-to- date averages show it trailing CBS by slightly more than one million homes and ABC by half a rating point, or 348,000 homes. Which is in sharp contrast to the ratings averages at this time last year. They showed NBC giving CBS a run for the money, the NBC goods seen in only 342,000 fewer homes than the CBS wares. by THOMAS JOSEPH ACROSS M Underwent Tuesday choice; treat or trauma NEW YORK (UP1) - Next Torn as Walt Whitman in "Song another ABC mini-series, but Tuesday the television audience of Myself,' one of the this one lacking the distinction will have to choose between a American Parade series on and drama of "Rich Man, Poor treat and a trauma in the final CBS, to be aired from 10-11 Man." "Family" bows in prime time hour of the evening, p.m., Eastern time. March 9, 10-11 p.m., Eastern The Ireat is watching Rip The trauma is "Family," time. Weekend television schedules Saturday, March S a.m. 5:50-7 Pastoral Call 6:00--4 Emergency Plus 4 5-7 Pebbles 9 Hong Kong Phooey 6:30 -- 4 Josie 5-7 Bugs Bunny 9 Tom and Jerry 7:00-4 Waldo Kitty 7:30--2 Movie 4 Pink Panther 5-7 Scooby-Doo 9 Gilligan 8:00--4 Land of Lost 5-7 Shazam 9 Super Friends 8:30--4 Run Jw Run 9:00-4 Planet of the Apes 5-7 Far Out Space Nuts 9 Speed Buggy 9:25-2 Rich Gonzales 9:30--2 Kartoon Kamival 4 Westwind 5-7 Ghost Busters 9 Oddball Couple iO:00-- 2 Movie 4 Jetsons Friday evening ~.m. 6:30--2 Adam-12 4 Hollywood Squares 5 Welcome Back, Roller 6 Week in Perspective 7 World of Animals 7:00-2 Movie 4 SanfordandSon 5-7 Sara 6 Bill Moyer 9 Donny and Marie 7:30-4 Bob Hope 5:00-5-7 Movie 6 Washington Week 9 Movie 3:30-« Wall Street Week 9:00--2 News 4 Police Story 6 Masterpiece Theater 10:00--2 Love, Am. Style 4 Eyewitness News 6 International Animation 9 News in -is-- M News 10:30-2 Thriller 4 Johnny Carson 6 Aviation Weather 10:35-9 Mary Hartman 10:50-5-7 NBA Basketball 11:05--9 Rookies 11:30--2 Outer Limits 12:00--1 Midnight Special 12:15--9 Movie 12:30--2 Movie 1:05-7 Movie 1:30--4 News 1:45--4 Movie 3:05--7 Movie 4:35--7 Movie Monday evening p.m. 6:30-2 Adam-12 4 Candid Camera 5 On the Rocks 6 Colorado Weekly 7 Price is Right 7:00-2 Movie 4 Rich Little 5-7 Balloon Safari 6 Anyone for Tennyson 9 On The Rocks 7:30--6 Aisha 9 Good Heavens 8:00--4 Joe Forrester 5-7 All in the Family 6 People and Politics 9 Rich Man, Poor Man 8:30-5-7 Maude 6 Boston Pops in Hollywood 9:00-2 News 4 Jigsaw John 5-7 Medical Center 10:00--2 Love, Amer. Style 4 News 5 News 6 Monty Python 7 News 9 News 10:30-2 Thriller 4 Johnny Carson 6 Ada., is Chronicles 10:35-5-7 Movie 9 Mary Hartman 11:05-9 Geraldo Rivera 11:30-2 Outer Limits 12:00-4 Tomorrow 12:35--9 Movie 1:00-4 News 1:15--4 Untouchables 5-7 Valley of Dinosaurs 5-7 Carol Burnett 9 Lost Saucer 6 Black Perspective 10:30-4 Go-USA 9 BertD'Angelo 5-7 .fat Albert 9:30-5-7 Mary Tyler Moore 9 An.. Bandstand 6 Austin City Limits 11:00-4 What's Happen!^ 10:00-2 Love Am. Style 5-7 Film Festival 4 News 11:30-2 Big Blue Marble 5-7 News 9 Nine File 9 News 12:00-2 FriendsofMan 10:20-5 ABC News 4 Open Stage 10:30-2 Movie 5 Am. Bandstand 4 Weekend 7 Weekend Gardener 6 The Press 9 Colorado '76 10:35--5 Jerry Falwell 12:30-2 Champions 7 Movie 4 Julius Boros 9 Movie 7 Am. and the Ams 11:35-5 Movie 9HerrickRoth 12:00-4 Movie 1 :00-4 College Basketball 12:40-9 ABC News 5 Nashville Music 12:55-- 2 DonKirshner 7 Tennis 7 Movie .9 Great Game of 3:00-- 7 Movie Basketball 4:55-7 Movie 1:30-2 Soul Train Sunday, March 7 5-9 Pro Bowling a.m. 2:30-2 BlackSpeclrum 6:00-4 Christopher Closeup 7 Challenge of the Sexes 6:15-9 Sacred Heart 2:35--2 Big Battles 6:20-7 Pastoral Call 3:00--4 Golf 6:30-- ( Insight 5-9 World of Sports 7 Sunrise Semester 7 SportsSpectacular 9 Wildlife Theater 3:30-2 Movie 7:00-4 Riverside Baptist 4 :00-7 Tarzan 7 Jerry Falwell 4:30-4 NBC News 9 Make a Wish 5 Cheyenne Showcase 7:30-4 WayToANewLlfe 9 ABC News S Oral Roberts 5:00-2 Dream of Jeannie 9 Riverside Baptist 4 News 8:00-4 RexHumbard 5 ABC News 5 Day of Discovery 7 News 7 Day of Discovery 9 News 9 Jerry Falwell 5:30-2 That Girl 8:30-2 Mass for Shut-Ins 4 It's Academic 5 RexHumbard 5-7 CBS News 7 Look Up and Live 6 Great Decisions 9:00-- 2 Challenge 9 J25.000 Pyramid 4 Oral Roberts 6:00-2 Andy Griffith 7 Lamp Unto My Feet 4 Untamed World 9 Life for Laymen 5 Almost Anything Goes 9:30-2 City-State Report 6 Lowell Thomas 4 It Is Written 7 Space: 1909 5 Calvary Temple 9 Lawrence Weld 7 House of the Lord 6:30-- 2 Am'. Lifestyle 9 Day of Discovery 4 Animal World 9:45-2 Congress Speaks 6 AmbassadorCol. Con. 10:00-2 RighttoSay It 7:00-2 Hee Haw 4 Plants Like People 4 Emergency 7 Faith for Today 5-7 Jeffersons 9 K. Kuhlman 9 Almost Anything Goes 10:30--2 Green Acres 7:30-- 5-7 Doc 4 Sportsman's Friend 8:00--2 Destination America 5 Face the Nation 4 Movie 7 Riverside Baptist 5-76 Soundstage 9 Jewish News Hour 9 S.W.A.T. 11:00-2 All Star Wrestling 8:30--5-7 BobNewhart 4 Grandstand 9:00--2 News 5 Camera Three TV movie sch Friday corto verano. l:10p.m., Channel 2 -Name 10: oo a.m., Channel 2 of the Game with Robert Stack you're Telling Me (BW) with and Jack Kelly. w. C. Fields and Larry Crabbe. 7:00 p.m.. Channel 2 - The 3:30 p.m., Channel 2 Young and the Brave (BW) Sherlock Holmes and the Secret with Rory Calhoun and William Weapon (BW) with Basil Rath- Bendix. bone and Nigel Bruce. 8:00p.m., Channel 5- MASH 8:00 p.m., Channel 4 -- Young with Donald Sutherland and Billy Young with Robert Mil- Elliott Gould. chum and Angie Dickinson. 8:00p.m., Channel? -- MASH 10:30 p.m., Channel 2 - The with Donald Sutherland and Yellow Rolls-Royce with Rex Elliott Gould. Harrison and Ingrid Bergman. 8:00 p.m. .Channel 9 -- One of 10:35 p.m., Channel 7 -- Four My Wives is Missing wilh Jack for Texas with Dean Martin and Klugman and James Fran- Frank Sinatra. ciscus. 10:35 p.m., Channel 9 - Will 12:15 a.m., Channel 9 -- The Penny with Charlton Heston Go-Between with Julie Christie and Joan Hackett. and Alan Bates. ll:35p.m., Channels-- Killer 12:30a.m., Channel 2 -- Super Bees with Gloria Swanson and Seven Calling Cairo with Roger Edward Albert. Browne and Andrew Ray. Midnight, Channel 4 -- 23 1 :05 a.m., Channel 7 - Trunk Paces to Baker Street with Van to Carlo with Audie Murphy and Johnson and Vera Miles. George Sanders. 12:55 a.m., Channel 7 -1:45 a.m., Channel 4 -- The Compulsion (BW) with Orson Thing (BW) wilh Margaret Welles and Dean Stockwell. Sheridan and Kenneth Tobey. 3:00a.m., Channel 7 -- Circle 3:05 a.m., Channel 7 -- Yog- of Deception (BW) with Monster from Space wilh Akira Bradford Dillman and Suzy Kubo. Parker. 4:35 a.m , Channel 7 - - Good 4:55 a.m., Channel 7 -- The Morning. Miss Dove with Female Trap with Jack Lord Jennifer Jones and Robert and Susan Slasberg. Stack. Sunday Norm, Channel 2 -- Night of S.turd«y Terror (BW) with Wallace Ford 7:3(i a.m.. Channel 2 - El and Sally Blanc. 7 This is the Life 9 Calvary Temple 11:30-4 College Basketball 5 Superstars 7 Face the Nation 12:00-2 Movie 7 Camera Three 9 Superstars 12:30--7 Sounding Board 1:00-7 Viewpoint 1:30--2 Movie 4 Grandstand 5-7 NBA Basketball 9 Am. Sportsman 2:00-4 Golf 2:30-9 WorldofSporls 2:45-2 Money Talks 3:00-2 Movie 4:00--4 Meel(hePress 5-9 Issues, Answers 7 Words-a-Poppin 4:30-4 NBC News 5-7 CBS News 9 Good Heavens 5:00--2 Movie 4 News 5 Almosl Anything Goes 7 News 9 News 5:30-4 High Rollers 7 Am. Issues Forum 9 National Geographic 6:00--4 WorldofSurvival 5-7 eOMinules 6 Black Journal 6:30-4 Wild Kingdom 6 World Press 9 Bobby Vinlnn 7:00--2 Sammy and Company 4 Bound for Freedom 5-7 Sonny and Cher 6 Firing Line 9 Six Million Dollar Man 8:00-4 Ellery Queen 6 Nova 5-7 Kojak 8:30-2 David Nivcn'sWorld 9:00-2 News 4 McMillan Wife 6 Masterpiece Theater 5-7 Bronk 9:30-2 Catch-2 10:00-2 Love.Am.Style 5-7 News fi Bill Mover's Journal 10:15--9 News 10:20-5 CBS News 10:30-2 Movie 7 Pamoja 10:35-5 Movie 10:50-9 Vaudeville 11:00-4 Scope 7 Movie 11:30-4 Untouchables 11:50--9 Movie 1:45-9 ABC News 1:30 p.m., Channel 2 -Godzilla's Revenge with Tadao Takashima and Akira Kubo. 3:00 p.m., Channel 2 -- Giants of Thessaly with Roland Carey and Massimo Girotti. 5:00 p.m., Channel 2 -- A Yank at Oxford (BW) with Robert Taylor and Maureen O'Sullivan. 10:30 p.m., Channel 2 - Of Human Hearts (BW) with Waller Huslon and James Stewart. 10:35 p.m., Channel 5 -Emperor of the North with Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnlne. 11:00 p.m., Channel 7 Gumshoe with Albert Finney and Billie Whilelaw. 11:50 p.m., Channel 9 -- Two- Lane Blacktop with James Taylor and Warren Gates. Monday 1:10 p.m.. Channel 2 -Women in Paradise (BW) with Katy Jurado and Dan O'Herlihy. 7:00 p.m., Channel 2 -- Above Suspicion (BW) with Joan Crawford and Fred McMurray. 10:35 p.m., Channel 5 - Who Slew Auntie Roo? wilh Shelley Winlers and Mark I^sler. 10:35 p.m., Channel 7 -- Who Slew Auntie Roo? wilh Shelley Winters and Mark Lester. 12:35 a.m., Channel 9 -- The Lawless Nineties (BW) wilh John Wayne. 1 Shoot skyward 5 Drug-scene character 11 Factual 12 Warble; vocalize 13 Seaweed 14 Military command 15 Caddoan Indian II Do a Killy 17 Earth 18 Budding movie queen 21 Bela's son 21 Fastidious 22 "Picnic" playwright 23 Offensive 25 Beer 26 Being (Sp.) 27 Name for Aqueduct racetrack (2 wds.) 28 One day -time (2 wds.) 29 Gentlemen of Spain 32 Burglarize 33 Got you! 34 Cereal grain 35 Tighten a corset 37 Meditate 38-Leone 3S City of Manasseh 41 Unemployed DOWN 1 Izar and Azha 2 Heraldic wreath 3 Hercules cleansed them (2 wds.) 4 Turmeric 5 Protester {Safe 7 Subway JWtevefl orMift/ Yesterday's Answer 9 Glut 25 Girl's 10 Frailer name 1C Do In 27 Execute 19 Network 29 - bleu! 22 False friend 30 Art stand stop (abbr.) 23 Least 31 Cubic meter »Playing remote M -- Garfunkel boisterously 24 Gather's 37 Month of (2wds.) "My-" May (Fr.) ARFA £^ ? °fb*.z\ L J y ws .INM IT P/tYS TO HAW * IKS MOUTH THE PADOIEFISH, fOUND IN THE GREAT LAKES flND MISSISSIPPI RIVER SYSTEM. CWCHESfOOD MERELY BY SHIMHIN6 AiONG MTH ' /TS MOUTH OPEN f CHURCH OF PatWORM Germany, BUILT IN 1362, ' MAKES USE OF THE BELFRY OF A CHURCH CONSTRUCTED IN IMS PUBLIC ENEMIES SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The Council of California Growers has publicized a "ten most wanted" list in which it names the Mediterranean fruit- fly as public enemy number one. The Oriental fruitfly is number two, and the sugarcane rootstalk borer is in third place. PERMANENTSANTA EDINBURGH, Scotland (UPI) -- Santa Claus reigns year-round at the Aviemore center in the Scottish highlands, where Europe's only Santa Claus land is part of a $800,000 tourist center. The site includes a Santa's House, a Winter Wonderland and a Gingerbread House with toy soldier. PEANUTS DAILY CRYI'TOQl'OTE- Here's hov, to work it: A X Y D L B A A X R Is L O N G F E L L O W One leller simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's. X for the (wo O's. etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words arc all hints. Each day the code letters are different. CRYPTOQUOTES X Z I U X Q U O U X U C G L U T L Y J Q C C Z P Z I I Y C U J J L R O O Y Z X Z X C Q R R D G U T L Y J Q C O Z M U X Z C Q R L . - K U G T R T A L Y A J R Yesterday's Cryptoquote: FEW ARE OUT OF THEIR MINDS, BUT MANY ARE OUT OF THEIR BODIES. ROBERT HENRY MILLER («l»76 Klnt Fcilutn Srndlutt. Int.) By Charles M. Schulz HE SAYS IT'S VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU START PUTTIN6 A LITTLE WEIGHT ON VOUR FOOT..' / I FEEL LIKE A ] a j HENRY By John Liney ARCHIE By Bob Montana NO- : MEAN WE HAVE A PART IN OUR LATEST PRODUCTION THAT'S JUST PERFECT FOR YOU TO JU6HEAD, WOULD YOU LIKE A ROLE WITH OUR LITTLE THEATRE SROUP ? THE STORY IS ABOUT A ^ PRISONER WHO ESCAPES FROM JAIL AND HE STUFFS PILLOWS INTO SOME OLD CLOTHES TO TAKE HIS PLACE IN THE CELL SO THE , GUARDS WON'T^ VOU REALI7E HE IS ^WANT/WE TD " ONE.' J PLAY THE PRISONER ?, HI AND LOIS By Dik Browne REX MORGAN, M.D. By Dal Curtis THIS ISN'T LIKE HIM, T 1RVTO WAKE /WAKTHA; HE'S BEEN )Himup---A5r DRINKINS.' WIIAT'LL J GET HIM TO WE DO *

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