Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 30, 1976 · Page 23
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Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, July 30, 1976
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Tuesday Page 23 Garden City Telegram Friday, July 30,1976 .•:.•: Denver. Colorado 3 O KWGN UNO) £j 6 KRMA (EDI •:•: Ensign. Kansas g O KTVC.(CBS) Channels Listed In Proaram Guide Cable 2 Cable 7 Cable 4 Garden City, Kansas ID KGLD (NBC) Copeland, Kansas ffi» KUPK <ABC) Cable 10 Cable 12 Tuesday Evening August 3. 1976 6:00 All Ch. but Q e O SB News O Jeannie 6 American Government (B To Tell the Truth 6:30 O Father Knows Best 4 Family Affair O H 13 News Q 10 Hee Haw 6 Economics 7 To Tell the Truth Q Electric Company HD Dragnet O) Pop! Goes the Country (E) Partridge Family 7:00 Q Andy Griffith 4 (D Movin 1 On 0 Nashville On the Road 6 English Grammar 7 (0 Happy Days O Guppies to Groupers HD 11 Popi 13 Bonanza 7:30 OO Adam-12 OOD 10 11 Good Times 6 American History 7 (B Laverne & Shirley O Public Policy Forums 10 Olympic Games (JIP) 8:00 O Movie "Tin: Sheepman." Western, dlenn I mil. Sheep owner brings his herd inlo hc;irl ol'co« counliA. Ho prefers Id oiiiuil his enemies hnl will light if llCCCssaiA . 4 (D Police Woman O Movin' On ODD 10 M-A-S-H 6 Centennial in Song 7 (B Olympic Games 11 Gunsmoke 13 Happy Days 8:30 O agio Three Times Daley 6 a Robert MacNeil 13 Laverne & Shirley 9:00 4 (D City of Angels 0 Police Woman ODD 10 1' Switch 6 O Lowell Thomas , (0 KAKE Election Party 13 Olympic Games 9:30 6 Odyssey Q American Indian Artists 10:00 All Ch. but Q 6 O " 13 News O CKy of Angels 6 Bring Line O Evening at Pops it M-A-S-H 10:30 4 (D Tonight Show OGD 10 11 CBS Late Movie "The Dirty Do/en." I'art I. lee Miirvin. l-rnesi Horgninc. A power- Till drama of mislll ell's who arc turned inlo \\;ir heroes. II Three Times Daley (B KAKE Election Party 10:45 7 Bonanza JB Wide World 11:00 o Love. American Style B 11 13 News 6 O The Olympiad (E) Olympic Highlights 11:30 B Ironside B Tonight Show 13 Bold Ones 11:35 ii CBS Late Mo vie "Dirty Do/en." I'arl I. (See Ch. o at 10:30 p.m.) 11:45 7 Wide World 12:00 4 (D Tomorrow CB News CB Movie —"The I'mnpkin Kaler." '(i-4-l'eter l-ineh 12:30 O Bonanza 13 Wide World 1:00 4 Devotional O Tomorrow O) News 1:30 O Night Gallery 2:00 Q Reflections O News OD Movie —"The (.uiick Him." 'M-Audric Murphy Tuesday Programs August 3 7:00 P.M. - CBS I'OI'I — Abraham is in I he line fora heller joh in the hospital liiundry. hut the other two contenders have given the boss expensive gifts ID heller their chnnces. 7:00 P.M. - NBC MOVIN' ON —"The Hiiiil." Sonny imd Will hi re :i father-son te;im of truckers to run an extra load of produce, but it soon becomes ;i dangerous joh. 7:00 P.M. - ABC HAI'I'Y DAYS —"Arnold's Wedding." l-on/ie is asked by Arnold, the ownerof the teenage hangout. "Arnolds Drive-in." to stand up Tor him when he takes the plunge — matrimony — hut the l-on/ isn't too hep to the idea. 730 P.M. - CBS HOOD TIMKS —J.J. astounds his family with the news thiit he plans to marry Diana Huehiinim. "the weirdo of the neighborhood .'' 730 P.M. — ABC I AVKRNH & SHIKI.HY — "hakeou! ill the Stakeout." I avcrne ;md Shirley's apartment is burglari/ed and much to Shirley's chagrin. I averne decides to help . the a decoy, but with un ulterior motive in mind. 8:00 P.M. - CBS M-A-S-H — Hawkeyc ;md his fellow doctors lace an extraordinary problem when one of their patients, a battle-fatigued bombardier, announces in all seriousness that he's the Savior. 8:00 P.M. - NBC I'OI ICK WOMAN — "Wednesday's Child." A night club singerand a cat-burglar team with Sg|s. Anderson and C'rowley to smash a burglary n'ngtha't preys on wealthy, single women. 830 P.M. — CBS THRKK TIMKS DAI.KY — Jerry Housec and l.iiim Dunn star as lather and son and his son — three generations of family all Hying to live together under one roof. 9:00 P.M. — CBS SWITC'H —Robin Morgan convinces Pete and Mac !o come to Oregon to help prove that her uncle was her lather's murderer. 9:00 P.M. - NBC CITY OH ANGELS — "The November Plan." While fight ing to free Mary Kingston of a homicide charge. Jake uncovers the details of a plot to take over the government and risks his life to obtain the proof. 1030P.M.— CBS CBS I ATK MOV IK — "The Dirty Do/en." I'arl I Public TV Highlights Tuesday 8 p.m. CETENNIAL IN SONG. Narration and songs about early Colorado with guitarist Robert Anderson singing "The Ballad of Alferd Packer", "Baby Doe" and more. 9 p.m. LOWELL 'THOMAS REMEMBERS. "1960" Lowell Thomas remembers Kennedy's election, assassinations in Japan and South Africa, Khruschev, U-2 spy plane pilot Francis Gary Powers and Hurricane Donna. 9:30 p.m. ODYSSEY NO. 4 "The Arctic Conquest" This final film in the series discusses the conquest of the North Pole region. — SPORTS — 730 10 Olympic Games (JIP) 8:00 7 {D Olympic Games 9:00 1) Olympic Games 11:00 so The Olympiad Q) Olympic Highlights About Books For Children This column is one year old this week. Approximately 125 books have been reviewed — books that cover a broad range of interests, reading levels, and appeal. Some of the books have had special appeal for this reviewer. Herewith is a list of our favorites: Young Adults SMOULDERING FIRES, Anya Seton, Doubleday, $5.95; HANG FOR TREASON, Robert Newton, Doubleday, $6.95; THE OLYMPIC GAMES, Finley & Picket, Viking, $12.50. Ages 12-15 CHILD OF FIRE, Scott O'Dell, Houghton Mifflin, $5.95; LOVE IS A MISSING PERSON, M. E. Kerr, Harper, $5.95; CAT IN THE MIRROR, Mary Stolz, Harper, $6.50; BEYOND THE MISTS, Nathaniel Benchley, Harper, $5.95; TEETONCEY AND BEN O'NEAL, Theadore Taylor, Doubleday, $5.95. Ages 8-11 THE LION IN THE BOX, Marguerite DeAngeli, Doubleday, $4.95; MAGGIE MARMELSTEIN FOR PRESIDENT, Marjorie W. Sharmat, Harper, $4.95; ESPY AND THE CAT- NAPPERS, Jane M. Slaughter, Doubleday, $5.95; FREDERIC REMINGTON, Peter & Raboff, Doubleday, $4.95; THE LEMMING CONDITION, Alan Arkin, Harper, $4.95; PIPPI ON THE RUN', Astrid Lindgren, Viking, $7.50. Ages 4-7 WHAT WAS THAT!, Geda B. Matthew, Golden, $3.50; THE STONECUTTER, Gerald McDermott, Viking, $5.95; WHAT CAN I DO NOW MOMMY?, Crippled Children's Nursery School Assn., $3.25; MAY I VISIT?, Charlotte Zolotow, Harper, $4.95; WIND ROSE, Crescent Dragonwagon, Harper, $4.95; WILMA AND THE WATER PISTOL, Nancy Roth, Golden, $4.50. Ages toddler-4 AWFUL ALEXANDER, Judith Choate, Doubleday, $4.95; A COLOR OF HIS OWN, Leo Lionni, Pantheon, $3.95. All Ages REALLY ROSffi, Maurice Sendak, Harper, $5.95; THE STORY OF BIP, Marcel Maceau, Harper, $6.95; THE MISSING PIECE, Shel Silverstein, Harper, $5.95. — Lorie Jammers-Murdoch. ThrillforABC, Agony for Others By JAY SHARBUTT AP Television Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — If the Nielsen-ratings people gave out medals, ABC would have taken home gold, CBS silver and NBC bronze last week. But ABC will have to be happy with huge home audiences for its Olympics. It had cause for cheer this week when ratings arrived for its first full week of evening Olympics telecasts — July 19 through 25. They contained the thrill of victory for ABC, the relative agony of defeat for CBS and NBC. ' Of the nation's 20-mosJ watched TV shows last week, the top-rated seven were on ABC — seven Olympics nights seen each evening, on the average, in more than 16.8 million homes by an estimated 47 per cent of the national audience. The highest-rated Olympics evening — which ABC suspected was due to massive audience interest in 14-year-old Nadia Comaneci, the gold- medal gymnast from Romania — came on Thursday a week ago. Nielsen estimates said viewers in more than 18.4 million homes, 51 per cent of the national audience, tuned to ABC that night. The next highest-rated Olympics night, one also featuring Miss Comaneci's class in perfect gymnastics, was on Wednesday. More than 18 million homes, 48 per cent of the national audience, were tuned to ABC then. A few folks must have stepped out for a beer on Saturday night. ABC's Olympics broadcast had its smallest audience then, about 14.7 million homes. But that was enough to win the evening's rating derby. All told, ABC's seven Olympics nights, plus its Friday night look at the College All' Star football, ah, game, were seen on the average in more than 16.9 million homes each night last week, Nielsen estimates show. By contrast, the respective CBS and NBC wares, largely reruns and movies, were seen in 8.6 million and 7.5 million homes, on the average. COLORADO WONDERLAND Depart August 8th, 22nd or 29th for a week of sight-seeing in beautiful Colorado. You'll see such sights as the Royal Gorge, Glenwood Canyon, Indian Cliff Dwellings, the San Juan National Forest, tour the Air Force Academy, plus many more lovety spots. Here's your chance to see Colorado at it's best, call today for reservations. Continental Trailways 8th & Kansas 276-3731 275-1641

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