Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 13, 1976 · Page 16
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IS GHKELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Sal.,M«rch 13,1»7« Weekend television schedules Saturday, March 13 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 Joe Run 9:00 4 Planet of the Apes 5-7 Far Out Space Nuts 9 Speed Buggy 9:25--2 RichGonzales 9:30--2 Kartoon Karnival 4 Westwind 5-7 Ghost Busters 9 Oddball Couple 10:00-2 Movie 4 NCAA Basketball 5-7 Valley of Dinosaurs Monday evening p.m. 6:30-2 Adam-12 4 Candid Camera 5 On the Hocks 6 Colorado Weekly 7 Price is Right 7:00--2 Saint 4 Rich Little 3-7 Rhoda 6 Anyone for Tennyson 9 On The Rocks 7:30-6 Aisha 5-7 Phyllis 9 Good Heavens 8:00 2 Destination Am. 4 Joe Forrester 5-7 All in the Family 6 People and Politics 9 Rich Man, Poor Man 8:30 5-7 Maude 6 Piccadilly Circus 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 Adams Chronicles 10:35-5-7 Movie 9 Mary Harlman 11:05--9 Homosexuals 11:30-2 Outer Limits 12:00--4 Tomorrow 12:35-9 Movie 1:00--4 News 1:15--4 Unlouchables 9 Lout Saucer 10:30-5-7 Fat Albert 9 Am. Bandstand 11:00-5-7 Festival, Lively Arts 11:30-2 Big Blue Marble 9 Nine File 12:00-2 FriendsofMan 4 NCAA Basketball 5 Am. Bandstand 7 Weekend Gardener 9 Colorado '76 12:30-2 Champions 7 Movie 9 Herrick Roth 1:00-5 Nashville Music 9 Inside Sports 1:30-2 Soul Train 5-9 Pro Bowling 2:00-4 NCAA Basketball 2:30-2 Black Spectrum 7 Challenge of the Sexes 2:35-2 Big Battles 3:00-5-7 Golf 9 World of Sports 3:30-2 Movie 4:00--4 Sportsman's Friend 5 Super Race 7 Tarzan 4:30-4 NBC News 5 Cheyenne Showcase 9 ABC News 5:00-2 HeeHaw 4 News 5 ABC News 7 News 9 News 5:30--4 It's Academic 5-7 CBS News 6 Great Decisions 9 $25.000 Pyramid 6:00-2 News 4 Untamed World 5 Almost Anything Goes 6 Lowell Thomas 7 Space: 1909 9 Lawrence Welk 6:10-2 HighSchool Basketball Pre-game 6:25-2 Colorado State High School B-Ball Tourney 6:30-4 Animal World 6 Boston Pops 7:00-4 Emergency 5-7 Jeffersons 9 Almost Anything Goes 7:30--5-7 Doc 8:00--4 Movie 5-7 Mary Tyler Moore 6 Soundstage 9 S.W.A.T. 8:30-5-7 BobNewhart 9:00--5-7 Carol Burnett G Black Perspective 9 Bert D'Angelo 9:30--6 Austin City Limits 10:00--4 News 5-7 News 9 News 10:20-5 ABC News 10:30M Saturday Night 10:35--5 Jerry Falwell 7 Movie 9 Movie 11:011-2 KSB-ball Post-game 11:15-2 News 11:45-2 Movie 12:00-4 Movie 12:30--9 ABC News 1:05-7 Movie 1:15-2 DonKirshner 3:05--7 Movie 4:35-7 Movie Sunday, March 14 a.m. 6:00--4 Christopher Closeup 6:15--9 Sacred Heart 6:20-7 Pastoral Call 6:30^1 Insight 7 Sunrise Semester 9 Wildlife Theater 7:00-^ Riverside Baptist 7 Jerry Falwell 9 Make a Wish 7:30-4 Way To A New Life 5 Oral Roberts 9 Riverside Baptist 8:00-4 RexHumbard 5 Day of Discovery 7 Day of Discovery 9 Jerry Falwell 8:30--2 Mass for Shut-Ins 5 Rex Humbard 7 House of the Lord 9:00-2 Challenge 4 Oral Roberts 7 Faith for Today 9 Life for Laymen 9:30-2 City-State Report 4 It Is Written 5 Calvary Temple 7 Face the Nation 9 Day of Discovery 9:45--2 Congress Speaks 10:00--2 Right toSay It 4 Plants Like People 7 Faith for Today 9 TEA 10:30--2 Green Acres 4 Water World 5 Face the Nation 7 Viewpoint 9 Jewish News Hour 11:00--2 All Star Wrestling 4 Grandstand 5 Camera Three 7 Riverside Baptist 9 Calvary Temple 11:30^1 Tennis 5-7 NBA Basketball 12:00--2 Movie 9 Superstars 1:30--2 Movie 4 Grandstand 9 Am. Sportsman 2:00-4 Julius Boros 5-7 Golf 2:30-4 What's Happening? 9 World of Sports 2:45-2 Money Talks 3:00--2 Movie 3:30-4 Mi Linda Raza 4:00-4 Meet the Press 5 Superstars 7 Words-a-Poppin 9 Almost Anything Goes 4:30--4 NBC News 7 CBS News 5:00-2 Movie 4 N'ews 6 National Geographic 7 News 9 News 5:30-4 High Rollers 5 CBS News 7 Profiles 9 National Geographic 6:00--4 World of Survival 5-7 Movie 6 Black Journal 0:30-4 Wild Kingdom 6 World Press 9 Bobby Vinton 7:00--2 Sammy and Company 4 World of Disney 6 Firing Line 9 Six Million Dollar Man 8:00--4 Ellery Queen 6 Nova 5-7 Mitzi Gaynor 9 Movie 8 : 2 0 - 2 DavidNivcn's World 9:00--2 News 4 Columbo 6 Masterpiece Theater 5-7 Salute to Wm.Wyler 9:30-2 Catch-2 10:00--2 Love, Am.Style 6 Bill Moyer's Journal 9 News 10:30-2 Movie 5-7 News 10:35-9 Vaudeville 10:50-5 CBS News 11:00-4 Scope 11:05--5 Movie 7 Changing Times 11:20--7 Karate 11:30-4 Untouchables 11:35--9 Movie 1:15--9 Directions 1:45-9 ABC News movie schedule Saturday 7:30 a.m., Channel 2 - Como dos golas de agua. 10:00 a.m., Channel 2 -- The Naughty Nineties (BW) wilh Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. 12:30 p.m., Channel 7 -New Western TI.P. for Alfalfa T.I.P.* -- Western Alfalfa's Total Involvement Program -with you, with your Alfalfa. From seeding to harvest, Western takes most of the work off your hands, takes all the worry off your mind. Whether you are now growing any alfalfa or not it will pay you to find out about Western Alfalfa's New T.I.P., especially right now when super-special spring-seeding bonuses are In effect! Alfalfa Is The Crop That Has So Much To Offer You: · 4 Cash Crops Per Year · Reduced labor and machinery cosls -- Western provides spraying-harvesting equipment and labor! · Minimizes production cost risks -- Alfalfa comes back even under adverse growing conditions. · Culs labor -- once Alfalfa is seeded there is very lilt!e for you to do. Western cuts on-time for maximum harvest. · Builds your soil -- helps stop erosion. · Reduces fertilizer cost. · Takes an important place in your over-all land management. Western's T.I.P. has so much to offer you. Western Alfalfa is the world's leading dehydrator of quality Alfalfal We'd like to have you be part of the Western team. For complete Information on Western's T.I.P. and super special spring seeding Incentive bonus, call: Harold R. Heffel (303) titlW wesrejin ALFALFA CORPORATIOII P.O. Box 69 -- Shawnee Mission, Kansas 66201 (913) 362-6300 by THOMAS JOSEPH 5 Floral arrangement i Sherman and Patton, e.g. 7 Prefix for gram or sode 8 Stocking mishap 9 Fishwives do 11 Chemical substances 14 Toward the mouth 16 Cape -, Alaska 17 Univ. of Maine site 18 Containing cereal 19 Extreme degree 20 Loosened fW -Bdiw ft or Nat! Yesterday's Answer 21 South American ox breed 24 Cafeteria item 26 Forming a certain shape 27 Ending for client 29 Flower 31 Anesthetic 32 In a prosperous way 34 Negative 35 Provoke 36 Actress, -Scala 37 George's lyricist 38 Colloidal substance 39 Child of Loki 10 "- to Remember" ACROSS 1 Splotch 5 Authoritarian 10 Ancient Greek colony 12 Gulf of (New Guinea) 13 Early greeting (2 wds.) 15 Asian country (var.) 16 Attraction for mad dogs and Englishmen (2 wds.) 22 Emulated Cicero 23 Insect egg 25 Wardrobe demons 26 Rapids or chest 28 Opposite of WSW 29 Sue I,yon role 30 Madame Butterfly's aria (3 wds.) 33 Ankles 34 Opposite of 13 Across? (2 wds.) 41 Bay window 42 -- Garson 43 .Like the bride's mother 44 Cohort DOWN 1 Dipper or Ben 2 Card game 3 Yoko 4 Command The bicycle range of the OOs Early settlers in Penn- led to better roads which sylvannia considered oil ultimately benefited the seeping out of the ground a automobile. nuisance. RONDO HATTON (irai-ntt) AN AMERICAN ACTOR, PLAYED A MONSTER IN HORROR nuis WITHOUT MAKE-UP RED-CAPPED MANGttEYofdrna MMUHCTES WITH HER MONKEYS Or E SME BREED BUNKING TS MIPS LIKf fMAPHOKeS PEANUTS THl UANIHGMINMCT ON THE MOSQUE OF Siwft EGYPr. IS 3 FEET OFF CENTER. DAILY ORYPTOQUOTE - Here's how to work it: A X Y D L B A A X R il I , O N f i F E L L O W One Ictler simply st.inrts for another. In this sample A is used for tho three l.'s. X for the two O's. rlc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the \vords are all hints. Each ilny the code letters are different. {·RYPTOQUOTES E I G Z L Z B O V G M S H V U H V M S N D G I B W L I G J P N P X G I N A L B P N S G E N P M S L V M S N A H 1 P M A G J I S G J J P G A L W H N M . - W L V Z N V - V N M M Yesterday's Cryptoquote; A HOLE IS NOTHING AT ALL BUT YOU CAN BREAK YOUR NECK IN IT. - AUSTIN O'MALLEY (0 1976 Klnc Ketturei Syndicate, Inc.) By Charles M. Schulz Gunfight at Comanchc Creel; with Audie Murphy. 3:3(1 p.m., Channel 2 -- The Fatal Hour (BW) with Boris Karloff and Grant Withers. 8:00p.m..Channel 4 --James Michener's Dynasty with Sarah Miles and Stacy Keach. 10:35 p.m., Channel 7 - The Quiet Man with John Wayne. 10:35 p.m.. Channel 9 -Journey to the Far Side of the Sun with Uoy Thinncs and Lynn I-oring. 11:35 p.m.. Channel 5 -- The Glass Bottom Boat with Doris Day and Rod Taylor. ll:TM p.m.. Channel 2 -- The World of Abbott and Costello (BW). Midnight, Channel 4 -- The Public Enemy ( B W ) w i t h James Cagney and Jean Marlow. 1:05 a.m., Channel 7 -- Dear Brigitte with James Stewart and Glynis Johns. 3:05 a.m.. Channel 7 -Claudelle Inglish (BW) with Diane McBain and Arthur Kennedy. 4:35 a.m., Channel 7 -- Three Bullets for a Long Gun. Sunday Noon, Channel 2 -- The Ghost of Frankenstein (BW) with Bela l.ugosi and Sir Cedric Hardwicke. 1:30 p.m.. Channel 2 - - Night Monster ( B W ) with Lionel Atwill and Bela Lugosi. 3:00 p.m., Channel 2 -- The Naked Spur w i t h James Stewart and Robert Ryan. 5:00 p.m., Channel 2 -- Hans Christian Anderson with Danny Kaye and Farley Granger. 0:00 p.m., Channel 5 -- The Wizard of Oz with Judy Garland and Ray Bolger. 6:00 p.m., Channel 7 -- The Wizard of 0? with Judy Garland and Ray Bolger. 8:00 p.m., Channel 9 -- High Plains Drifter with Clint Eastwood and Verna Bloom. 10:30 p.m., Channel 2 -Adventure (BW) with Clark Gable and Greer Garson. 11:05 p.m , Channel 5 -- High Plains Drifter with Clint Eastwood and Vcrna Bloom. 11:35 p.m., Channel 9 - The Far Out West w i t h Ann Sheridan and Ruth McDevitt. Monday 1:10p.m.,Channel 2 -- Name of the Game with John Saxon and Tony Franciosa. 10:35 p.m., Channel 5 - The Legend of Lylah Clare with Kim Novak and Peter Finrh. 12:35 a.m., Channel 9 -Lucky Texan (BW) wilh John Wayne and Barbara Sheldon. IT WA5 W OWN FAULT, Stg.'. WOUNEK ARE ALL ALIKE; » THINK fOV CAN TKAPE us fiA-KSs LIKE CATTLE! /THAT'S WHAT I SAY! MOO ID AWO.'MOO/ ¥ f w. HENRY By John Liney ARCHIE THERE'S Y AND THERE'S THE THE I LAKE .'LOOK-ITS CABIN 'J POLLUTED AND .FULL OF DEBRIS' By Bob Montana y-aSx^fr OH,ARCHIE, \BUTIOOKAT YOU'RE RISHT.') THE C«8IN.' THAT LAKE /YOU HAVE TO JS A AftESS^/ADMIT IT IS . BEAliriFUL.' HI AND LOIS By Dik Browne SOME AIRINS/WE'LL SPEND THE MORNING BROWSING I REX MORGAN, M.D. By Dal Curtis THEV WANTED TO DC A BONE MARROW AND OTHER TESTS BUT THE DIAGNOSIS WAS OBVIOUS, SO f DIDN'T STAV-- EXACTLY WHAT YOU DID--THE ELEVATED WHITE COUNT, HIGH PERCENTAGE OF LyMPHOCVTES-- WHATABOUT THE REST OF THE STUDIES I SEEMED TO tACK ENERGV, RAN SOME FtVER FOR SEVERAL WEEKS/I WENT ID A CLINIC BACK EAST UNDER AN ASSUMED NAME'

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