Sioux City Journal from Sioux City, Iowa on April 6, 1979 · 33
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Sioux City Journal from Sioux City, Iowa · 33

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MONDAY The Sioux City Journal, Friday. April 6, 1979 D 7 APR. 0,1979 EVENING 6:00 0 STUDIO SEE O HOGAN'S HEROES CfiOQ CEO NEWS 04) SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN O ZARABANDA OVER EASY Host: Hugh Downs. Guest: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. 6:30 BO MACNEIL-LEHRER REPORT O(l) MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW H O NEWLYWED GAME O FAMILY FEUD G $100,000 NAME THAT TUNE (2n MARY JANE ODELL 7:00 033) BILLMOYERS' JOURNAL'Death of a Family' This program explores the tragedy of the 18-year-old Montvale, New Jersey boywhoreturned home from military school in South Carolina, and murdered his entire family. Moyers talks with relatives, friends and neighbors about the family. (60 mins.) O QD LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE John Ireland guest stars as the father of blind boy who gains self-respect when he is picked to play quarterback in a very unuaual football game. (R; 60 mins.) QOa IT'S THE EASTER BEAGLE, CHARLIE BROWN 0 CD PERRY COMO'S SPRINGTIME SPECIAL Perry Como is joined by Pam Dawber and Bernadette Peters in celebrating the landmarks and legends of Hollywood, the awakening beauty of spring and the joy of Easter. (60 mins.) CD WILD WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS 'Animal Fair' 7:30 O C) 4i THE WHITE SHADOWThorpe must 'face the music,' both literally and figuratively, when he begins dating a girl 01 questionable reputation and the basketball team deciLesto launch a singing musical career. (60 mins.) CD GRAND GENERATION 8:00 a ACADEMY LEADERS This program features 'The Numbers Start with the River,' a nostalgic review of rural life in America; 'Time Piece,' an animated comment on the urban 'rat race' and 'Robert Kennedy Remembered,' a film made immediately after the Senator's death. (60 mins.) OCD MONDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES 'Deliverance' 1972 Stars: Burt Reynolds, Jon Voight. The harrowing tale of four Atlanta suburbanites who set out for a weekend canoe adventure in at the unties I vlihllumav AsMci.itnl tvss Alitor "THE CHINA SYNDROME" could scarcely be more topical, coinciding with the shutdown of five Eastern nuclear power plants because of earthquake hazard and a bonafide nuclear plant accident in Pennsylvania. The film concerns a TV reporter (Jane Fonda) and cameraman (Michael Douglas) who combine with a nuclear plant official (Jack Lemmon) in an effort to alert the public to potential catastrophe from a Southern California reactor. The characters are never more than skin-deep, but the events are more important, and director James Bridges builds the tension to an almost unbearable pitch. The issues raised by the film are vital to everyone; it is perhaps unfortunate that the utility company bosses are painted as black as horse-opera villains. Rated PG, with a few expletives. "HAIR" is a joyous celebration of the liberating los. a rare flight of creative imagination that widens the dimensions of the movie musical. It was fortuitous that "Hair" was not converted to film In the wake of its explosive impact as a stage attraction. The perspective of time (and the end of the Vietnam War) was needed to assess the effects of revolutionary attitudes. While the play was rambling, plotless and somewhat threatening, the movie script (by Michael Weller) Is Involving and cohesive, following an Oklahoma draftee's Introduction to the drug-protest-love children scene of Manhattan. The direction by Milos Forman Is miraculous, especially since he is neither American nor a director of musicals. The singing and dancing Is Inspired, and the exhubcrant cast, headed by John Savage, Treat Williams and Beverly D'Angelo, could not be better, The rating Is PG because of semi-nudity and coarse language. Guidance backwoods Georgia which turns out to be the ordeal of their lives. (2 hrs.) O CD CHERYL LADO SPECIAL Cheryl Ladd, in herfir8t television special, stars in a highly contemporary but 'down home' musical with guests Waylon Jennings and Ben Vereen, and introduces the Mission Mountain Wood Band. (60 mine.) CD ADVENTURES IN CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES &5 DAVID SUSSKINDSHOW 8:28 (JO UPDATE ' 8:30 O CD Q3) WKRP IN CINCINNATI Reverend Little Ed Pembrook ia turning his Sunday morning broadcasts on WKRP into a quick-buck rip-off and Andy Travis promises to clean up the situation. CD GREAT PLAINS EXPERIENCE 'The Settling of the Plaina' 9:00 O SMALL TOWNS O 03 04) LOU GRANT Lou and Rossi stumbleonto a big story but have trouble putting it together after they see an old-time mobster at a posh resort. (R; 60 minsj OCX) THE 51st ANNUAL ACADEMY AWARDS Fifty one yeara of the art, glamour and sheer magic of the movies will be saluted when the Academy Awards are presented live from the Los Angeles Music Center. Johnny Carson will serveasthesolemasterof ceremonies for this show. (2 hrs., 30 mins.) CD BACKYARD FARMER 32) COUSTEAU ODYSSEY 'Diving for Roman Plunder' Oft the shore of the barren Greek island of Antikythera, Captain Jacquea Cousteau and the crew of Calypso explore the underwater site where, in 1900, sponge divers discovered shipwrecked art treasures of 20 centuries ago. This behind-the-scenes look at the world of underwater archaeology yields an unexpected find. (60 mins.) 9:30 O REELWESTThisprogramillustrates recurrent themes in western movies. It includes interviews with western actors, directors and critics who explore the mystique of the cowboy hero and the image of the savage Indian. CD PROGRAM UNANNOUNCED 9:59 (14) UPDATE 10:00 O CD 525 DICK CAVETT SHOW Guest: Author Maureen Howard. oGCooca news (14) SANFORDANDSON 10:30 O ABC CAPTIONED NEWS O QLJ IB THE TONIGHT SHOW Guest might also be advised for parents who are easily offended by anti-establishment views. 'THE CHAMP" is a frankly sentimental tale of the love between an over-the-hill boxer and his understanding son. Jon Voight plays the fallible father in good style, though he seems almost too healthy to be on the skids. Ricky Schroder is the sunshiny 8-year-old, and he is absolutely perfect, a throwback to the inspired cnild stars of the 1930s. Franco Zeffirelli, in his first American-made movie, evidences no cultural barrier, wringing the emotions with closeups of the boy's teary face. Faye Dunaway is effective as Voight's ex-wife, though the reason for thir breakup is not clearly defined. The entire production is first-class, reminiscent of MGM in its heyday. Rated PG because of some mild swearing. Best sellers Compiled by Publishers Weekly: FICTION 1. "Overload," Arthur Hailey 2. "Good as Gold," Joseph Heller 3. "War and Remembrance," Herman WKOl'K 'j."SS-GB,"LenDeighton 5. "The Matarese Circle" Robert Ludlum 6. "Chesapeake," James Michener 7. "Hanta Vo," Ruth Beebe Hill 8. "Evergreen," Belva Plain 9. "The St ries of John Cheever," John Cheever 10 "Dubin's Lives." Bernard Malamud NON-FICTION 1. "The Complete Scarsdale Medical Diet," Herman Tarnower 2. "Lauren Bacall by Myself," Lauren 3. "Mommie Dearest," Christina Crawford 4. "Sophia, Living and Loving: Her Own Story," A.E.Hotchner 5. "How To Prosper During the Coming Bad Years," Howard J. Ruff host: Kenny Rogers. Guest: Connie Stevena. (90 mins.) O MILLIONAIRE (D CBS LATE MOVIE 'THE ROCKFORD FILES: So Help Me God' A U.S. Attorney jails Rockford on a contempt charge when the detective is questioned by a Grand Juryaboutthedisappearanceofa union, official. (R) 'MCMILLAN AND Susan Saint James. (R) 94) BONANZA CD LEGISLATIVE REVIEW at) MACNEIL-LEHRER REPORT 1 1:00 0 COUSTEAU ODYSSEY 'Diving for Roman Plunder' Off the shore of the barren Greek island of Antikythera, Captain Jacquea Cousteau and the crew of Calypso explore the underwater aite where, in 1900, sponge divers discovered shipwrecked art treasures of 20 centuries ago. This behind-the-scenes look at the world of underwater archaeology yields an unexpected find. (60 mins.) G CBS LATE MOVIE 'THE ROCKFORD FILES: So Help Me God' A U.S. Attorney jails Rockford on a contempt charge when the detective is questioned by a Grand Juryaboutthedisappearanceofa union official. (R) 'MCMILLAN AND Susan Saint James. (R) I' P I5 P P Ti JL. 817! 9 10 : . ' u -nrt r p'H i,.,, iw-ivJ Lti 12 fl3 14 7" 15 16 17 W : 18 19 . 20 sw ., rr; . . 22 LL Ea: 25 26 27 7 28 29 30 3i fe i tf wil H -j- NL .J 37 38 .2 39 40 41 "W "" 7T 1 1 LJ 1 I Ll. CD WHO KILLED MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. This program examines the recent House Assassination Committee probe into the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. Experts will discuss previously unanswered questions about his death and about the conspiracy theory. The programalaoincludeaexcerptsfromthe hearings. (60 mins.) 2D SOCCER MADE IN GERMANY 11:30 OS) NEWS 94) PTL CLUB-TALK AND VARIETY 12:00 O GD TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. Guest: Wesley Swearingen, former FBI agent. (60 mins.) O IRONSIDE CO MARCUS WELBY.M.D. (2D ABC CAPTIONED NEWS 12:30 O PAUL HARVEY COMMENTS (TIME TENTATIVE) 12:35 OPEN DOOR (TIME TENTATIVE) 1:00 O GONG SHOW C ODD COUPLE Q33 NEWS 1:05 WITH THIS RING (TIME TENTATIVE) 1:20 01 NEWS (TIME TENTATIVE) 1:30 O AT DAY'S END 94 NEWS (TIME TENTATIVE 1:50 G MARCUS WELBY.M.D. THOUGHT FOR TODAY (TIME TENTATIVE) 2:50 O LOVING FREE ACROSS I Competent 5 Fight arena 9 Scottish lor 'old 10 Poem 12 Respond 15 Bind 18 Vocal type 20 Aid 21 Torme 22 Canal 24 Parts 25 Moslem teacher 28 Pod member 31 Resting place 32 Preposition 34 Growth 36 Academy Award 37 Opposite of gross 39 Boat accessory 41 Atomic particle 42 Paradise DOWN 0000 0000000 Answers on page D-10 2 Criticin 3 Miss Lane's initials 4 Copyread 5 Lines 6 Part of the mind 7 Closer 8 Mrs. Charles 11 Metal closure 13 Type of tree 14 Mrs. (clue to puzzle answer) 16 Actor's namesake 17 Clay, formerly i9 Woman's garment 23 Cake mix 26 Rawls 27 Sale from 29 Again 30 One Day T.me (2 wds ) 33 Mineral deposits 35 Roster 36 Musical instrument 38 Mrs. Warner s in.tiais 40 Classified item BULLOCK GARAGES ARE GREAT... 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