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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 17

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, October 13, 1977
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. October a . itm ®—• TV KEY —WTTV—Indlonopolli, 4 on CabU —WMAQ—Chicago. Not On CobU —W»TV—•Indlanapollt. 6 on CobU —MS—Chicago. Not On CabU —WISH—Indianapolis. 10 on CobU —WON—Chicago. » on Coble —WTTW— Chicago. 1J on CabU —WTHR—Irtdlonopolli. t3on CobU -WNOU—South tend. 3 on CabU -WIFI—Lo»oy»tt«. 7 on CabU -WSBT—South tend. • on CabU WSJV—Elkhart. 12 on CabU Television Highlights 6p.m. PBS, The MacNeiJLehrer Report. 7p.m. CBS, The Waltons. A Cherokee Indian sets /ire to the Walton's barn. NBC, Chips. A motorist demolishes his car! ABC, Welcome Back Kotter. Hotter and the Sweathogs try to deprogram -Hor- shack who has joined a religious cult. PBS, pnce Upon a Classic, "The Legend of Robert Hood -Part 2." 7:30 p.m. ABC, What's Happening!! PBS, The Best of Ernie Kovacs. 8 p.m. CBS, Hawaii Five-O. A young officer is accused of dereliciton of duty. NBC, Man From Atlantis. An underwater device threatens to destroy all underwater life. ABC, Three's Company. Chrissy is dating a married man. PBS, "The Advocates: A Special Debateop Nuclear Power." 8:30 p.m. ABC, Soap. Jessica Tate has unhappy information about Corinne she must tell Chester. 9 p.m. CBS, Barnaby Jones. A woman resorts to blackmail to prevent her husband from discovering her shady background. NBC, Rosetti and Ryan. ABC, Redd Foxx. PBS, Masterpiece Theatre. Dickens of London. 10 p.m. PBS, The Dick Cavett Show. Philip Johnson, architect, guest. 10:30 p.m. CBS, Movie. "Massacre at Ft. Holman," starring Telly Savalas (1974). A Yankee colonel faces court martial for surrendering a fort to the Confederates. Oswald and Jim Jacoby South plays 'H' to make NORTH *A64 VK7 * J 10 » 3 *J»42 WEST *875 V J 10 » 8 2 4K93 EAST 4KQ93 VQ64 »A7 * 10875 SOUTH (O) *J102 VAS3 • KQ8S2 *AQ Both vulnerable West Ntrth EMI South 1N.T. Pan 3 N.T. Pass Pasi Pass Opening lead - JV By OswaM A J*mei Jacoby We haven't mentioned the code word ARCH for tome time. "A" sundi for Analyie the lead, "R" for Review the "bidding. "C" for Count winnen and loters and the all important "H" for How can J make my contract. South leu Wut bold the first trick with his jack of hearts; wiiu tile second in LIVI MAINE lonm dummy and undoubtedly notes that East hat dropped the queen to unblock. If he doesn't stop to use that letter "H" , he attacks diamonds. Eait takes his ace and knocks out South's ace of hearts. Now South counts to only eight tricks and needs a club finesse for his ninth. The finesse lose* and so does South. He is down one, since West cashes two-hearts. If South counts his tricks early, he sees the need for two club tricks and should take an immediate finest* In that suit. It loses, but since East holds the -ace of diamonds, West can't get in to cash two hearts and South collects his nine tricks. What would happen if West held both the king of clubs and ace of diamonds? No play, would work and South would have to pay off. (For « copy or JACOBY MODERN; »»na si to.- -win tt Bridgt." eta ihlt n»wp*p»r, P.O. Box 499. Riato City Stil/on. N»w York, N.Y. 10019) ZOUBUL'S IVMY THURSDAY NIGHT SIRIOIN BE IF TIPS •3.70 Wrv«4 ftnti Iran Ik* Ovm WWi Multireel* t«wf •— ftMimtf RlwCfolc* •* t«M o 12:00 THURSDAY MY 05 © AU. ILDREN 8020 FRENCH CHEF GONG SHOW HERE'S LUCY AFTERNOON SHOW 12:30 O JIM GERARD SHOW O (§ DAYS OF OUR LIVES O OD © AS THE WORLD 03 PAINT ALONG WITH NANCY KOMINSKY 5:00 12:58 C£ABCNEWS8RIEF 1:00 Q MOVIE Wsire in Ihe Dust' (WON.), •The Bramble Bush' (TUE.). 'Top Secret Allair' (WED.), . 'The Story of Mankind' (THUR), TheOI'd'Manand the Sea' (FBI.) OT OD 8p MO.OOO PYRAMID 0 BEWITCHED (EXC. MON.) Columbus Day Parade (MON.) ffi DICK CAVETT SHOW (EXC. MON.) Mark Russell Comedy Special (MON.) 1:30 rs)O(D DOCTORS C7) IE) © ONE LIFE TO OOD© GUIDING LIGHT 5:30 B LOVE AMERICAN STYLE (EXC. MON.) O) MOVIE Wnd Hearts and Coronets' (MON.). 'Hobson's Choice' (TUE.). 'The Queen of 6:00 Spades' (WED.), 'The Lavender Hill Mob' (THUR.),'Encore'(FRI.) t 2:00 fT) O, 03 ANOTHER m MY THREE SONS (EXC. - WED.) ABC Afterschool Special (WED.) 'Hewitt's Just Different' 4:00 OPLINTSTONES ;?] ABC AFTERSCHOOL SPECIAL (WED.) •Hewitt's Just Different' GILLIGAN'S ISLAND ELECTRIC COMPANY VARIOUS RAMMING OS BONANZA © STAR TREK (EXC. WED.) 4:30 O THREE STOOGES [5J NEWS Q CAROL BURNETT AND FRIENDS 0 ROOKIES 1I DREAM OF JEANNIE OD SESAME STREET (B I LOVE LUCY (EXC. § YOUNG PEOPLE'S EClALtWED.) 'Joshua's Confusion' 4:56 QD GREEN SIDE OF GARDENING (MON., TUE.) O © ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW JC7](BNEWS | FAMILY AFFAIR 3 EMERGENCY ONE 5ABCNEWS' | ODD COUPLE Serving »?M to 12 »M Try Our NOON LUNCHEON JIAMtoiPM PACKAGI LIQUOR STORE TAL GENERAL J MATCH GAME NTSTONES (EXC. WORLD O OD © ALL IN THE FAMILY 2:15 CD- ffi RosPifi 2:30 OOD€ Q FLI MON.) 3:00 O MICKEY MOUSE CLUB Op GONQ SHOW (EXC. TUE.) Unicorn Show (TUE.) "t MIKE DOUGLAS (£ 00 EDGE OF NIGHT ITATTLETALES I ARCHIES BIG BLUE MARBLE (JOINED IN PROGRESS) flaBUGS BUNNY fl| @j TATTLETALES (EXC. Winners (THUR.)'I Can' § BATMAN COWBOY BOB'S RRAL "GD ROBERT YOUNG, FAMILY DOCTOR (EXC. TUE.) Special Treat (TUE.) 'A Piece of Cake' W MOVIE (EXC. WED.) 'Guess Who's Sleeping In My Bed?' (MON.), 'Secret Life of An American Wife' (TUE.), Hot Dog (WED.), 'Divorce American Style' (THUR.). 'Playmates' (FRI.) Q DINAH fj NEW MICKEY MOUSE CLUB O) MISTER ROGERS m MOVIE •Which Way to the Front' (MON.), 'Cinderfella' (TUE.). ABC Alterschool Special (WED.) 'Hewitt's Just Different,' 'The Errand Boy' (THUR.), 'Way, Way Out'(FRI.) § BRADYBUNCH ROOM 222 MERV GRIFFIN ANN LANDERS _ ABC NEWS (B© CBS NEWS MYTHREESONS BIG BLUE MARBLE NEWS EMERGENCY ONE NSC NEWS ffl ffi ©NEWS 0 DfCK VANDYKE SHOW CD AS WE SEE IT . ' 'Anatomy of Riols' from Providence. R.I,, follows black and white students as they trace the origins of racially-inspired fights at their high school. OKGDGUNSMOKE 6:30 (s) K5.000 PYRAMID O WILD WILD WORLD OF ANIMALS 0 ODD COUPLE ffi MACNEIL-LEHRER REPORT (D NBC NEWS 7:00 fj TO TELL THE TRUTH qpp CB CHIPS 'A Moving Violation' Rosey Grier guest' stars ' as a motorist who, Infuriated by a series of minor mishaps involving his little car, gets the vehicle to the side of the freeway and proceeds to demolish II, while Ihe shocked highway :pa!ro|. officers watch. • © CB M WELCOME BACOIOTTER 'The Deprogramming of - Arnold Horshack' The sweathogs and Mr. Kotler plan a way to deprogram Horshack who has joined a religious cull because he is tired ol the way his classmates (real him. OOD09THEWALTONS The Waltons try to save their barn, set on fire by a 101-year-old . Cherokee. Indian who claims -ifwas built over a sacred tribal burial ground.. O STAR TREK ^pock's Brain' ffi NEWS 7:30 QNEWLYWEDGAME QQ ffi QD WHAT'S .HAP- 'Raj Goes to Press' When Miss Collins censors articles Raj wrote for,- Ihe school newspaper,'he:'quits- and starts an underground publication giving the time of her next 'surprise' test, Ot INTERVIEW Guest: Gloria Carter Spann. sister of Ihe President. 8:00 O MERV GRIFFIN f 51 IE MAN FROM ATLANTIS 'The Mudworm' The evil scientist, Mr.. Schubert, loses control ot a sophisticated underwater device he created and the mechanism threatens to eradicate all sea life. O MOVIE •A Fist Full 01 Dollars' 196? Clin) Eastwood. Marianne Koch. Two rival gangs lighl lor control ot a Mexican^ border town and the money" to be made there in selling contraband whiskey and guns to the Mexicans and Indians. (2 hrs.) (7) ffi Q3 THREE'S COMPANY ,'Chrissy's Date' Fireworks erupt when Jack and Janet feel compelled to inform Chrissy that the mature, sophisticated man she is dating is married. . O CD ©HAWAII FIVE-O Steve McGarrett engages in a desperate legal struggle' with the Honolulu Police Department's Internal Affairs office to try to prove the innocence of a .young officer accused of dereliction of. duty. O MOVIE 'Fathom' 1967 Tony Franciosa, Raquel Welch. Woman parachute jumper . is hired by a Scotsman to recover a 'fire dragon.' a piece of equipment for .triggering a bomb, lost in the Mediterranean, but she realizes he is really a criminal and the 'fire dragon' is really a priceless • piece of Ming Dynasty jewelry. (2 hrs.) O>MADAMEBOVARY . 'Lost Love' Alter her lovers desert her, Emma hides from realily by spending extravagantly. She falls seriously ill but a.chance • reunion with' her ex-lover Leon brings romance back into her life. 8:30 Cf) CB ©SOAP Episode .Five. When Burl and Mary Campbell visit Dr.. Medlow, -a psychiatrist, regarding .Burt's problem and cousins Eunice Ta,te and' Jodie Dallas accidentally meet, many secrets are brought forth, 6:58 CZQABCNEWSBRIEF 9:00 [53 Q3 ROSETTI AND RYAN •The Ten-Seconcr Client' A young lady parked outside a hotel with the motor of her car running, becomes the prime suspect, in a robbery-homicide. Guest ' stars Joan Blondell. (7) ffi ©REDD FOXX O m ® BARNABY JONES Susan Howard guest stars as a beautiful ^ blackmail victim who resorts to theft of bonds and, eventually, to a hired killing to hide her shady past from her wealthy stockbroker husband., (D AMERICAN SHORT STORY Flannery O'Connor's 'The Displaced Person,' set In Georgia in the late 1940s, is. ThePtu»ra»-Trlbune. Loganiport. Ind.—15 9:30 10:00 NETWORKS AND STATIONS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE LAST MINUTE CHANGES '- (he story of a conscientious but driven Polish refugee and his family who totally disrupt the lives of the people on a small farm and precipitate tragedy. -Irene] Worth. John "Houseman and Shirley Stolersiar. ~ NEWS GUNSMOKE They'll Do It Every Time 8 fit DICK CAVETT SHOW Guest: Architect Philip Johnson. 10:30 'J; Q 03 THE TONIGHT ' . SHOW Host: Johnny Carson. C71 ffi Qp POLICE STORY- THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL POLICE STORY--50 Cents- 1 First Half Hour, $1.75 All Day' A pair 'of police officers investigate a series of parking .lot robberies. THURSDAY NIGHT ' SPECIAl-'Assassinaiions: An American Nightmare' Peter Lawford examines the cause and effect of assaults on public figures and the impact of violence- today. (R) g IRONSIDE MOVIE 'Cool Hand Luke' 1967 Paul Newman. Georjje Kennedy. Young man on a chain gang in a southern state defies the tough guards who want lo subdue him. and gains Ihe respect of his fellow prisoners. (2 hrs. 2?min.) ffi MOVIE 'Marjoe' 1972 This award- winning documentary (races the career of Marjoe / Gorlner, ,who forged a career -as a bogus evangelist,from his early childhood through his mid- 20s. (1 hr. 30min.) 09 © -THE CBS LATE 'Massacre:- ant? Fort Holman' 1973 James Coburn, Telly Savalas. Fort . Holman. an impregnable, fortress, is destroyed by a • . wild'bunch of marauders. " ."(R). • 11:00 Q MOVIE ; 'Lady Ice' 1973 Jennifer O'Neill, Donald-Sutherland. A jewel caper story, set in Miami and Nassau, with an insurance investigator on the trail of the jewel fences. . (2 hrs.) • 11:30 O THE CBS LATE MOVIE Hvlassacre and Fort Holman' 1973 James Coburn. Telly Savalas. Fort Holman, an impregnable fortress, is destroyed by a wild bunch of marauders. (R) 12:00 GO ffi TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. § ABC CAPTIONED NEWS WON EDITORIAL TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. (B MOVIE . '" The Velvet Touch Rosalind Russell, Genn. (2 hrs. 5min.) QNEWS Op STAR TREK 'Patterns of Force' 1:30 Q MOVIE •Murders in Ihe Morgue' 1932 Bela Lugosi, Sidney Fox. (1 ftr. 15 min.) 2:45 Q PERRY MASON 3:45 QNEWS 3:50 {I FIVE MINUTES TO LIVE Your Individual Horoscope • . , Frances Drake - , • FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1977 What kind of day will tomorrow be? To fiwfbut what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth Sign. 12:57 1:00 ARIES «W»r^ (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) "*r~sk Job matters may prove more strenuous than usual, but some, delightful news from an old friend will "make"f your 'day. TAURUS Hj—& (Apr.'2i to May 21) vn TOSr Curb emotions and do not let sympathy for one cause blind you to the attributes of another. Take ; care of undertakings in order, but without anxiety. GEMINI n^at(May 22 to June 21) u ^&?" Mixed 'influences. Your-; efforts may hot show immediate returns'.- They will, 'however, strengthen your current status. -Stress accuracy, precision. CANCER ' A4~4 (June 22 to July 23) v *-<9 There may be more than one way to achieve your goal, so keep eyes and ears open. Generally speaking, the strong and decisive try will pay off. (July 24 to Aug. 23) J«Wri As the week draws to a close, 1948 Leo flue SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) If pressed for time, you may overlook vitally important details. Be alert to this, since carelessness could cause needless errors. ' CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Stellar influences should inspire top-flight efforts. Especially favored: educational projects, family concerns, community interests, health programs. AQUARIUS" (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) " Uranus influences not too friendly: .Avoid getting in over your head.;—"especially w^iere you happen to be on unfamiliar ground.- v . PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Excellent Neptune influences!-New' trends may result in an agreement, where there was only -opposition before. Do make the most of such fine opportunity. YOU BORN TODAY: The Libran's outstanding traits are fair-mindedness, generosity, creativity and fearlessness in defending the; rights of others. You are steadfast in your aims , careful not to overtax yourself. Artistically, you are extremely versatile and could succeed as a writer, painter, musician or interior decorator. Essay Puts Each Child In His Place Dear Ann Landers: H has been three years since you have had the article on an essay that put each child in his place. H was sent to you by a reader who found it in the library stuck between two books. I have had it on my refrigerator door and it'spretty tattered by this time. Will you please give it a rerun? The date was Sept. 26. 1974. " • Many Thanks.—Mrs. R. In Hlaleah, Pla. Dear Friend: Thanks for asking. The author of that lovely essay is my good friend- that talented lady, Erm'a Bombeck. Isn't she the greatest? \ , Here it Is—with pleasure: Dear First Born: I've always loved you best because you Poverty), our first'-mode of transportation (1955 Feel) and the 7-inch TV we paid on for :!6 months. You were new and had unused grandparents and enough clothes for a set of triplets. You were the original model for a mom and a dad who were trying to work the bugs out. You got the strained iamb, the open, safety pins and three- hour naps. You were the beginning.' Dear Middle Child: I've always loved you best because you drew a tough spot in the family and it made you stronger for it.. You cried less, had more patience, were faded hand-me- downs and never in your' life did anything first. But it only made you helped us understand the world wouldn't collapse if you went to bed with dirty feel. You were the child of our busy, ambitious years. Without you we never could have sur- •vived thejob changes and the tedium and routine that is marriage. • To The Baby: I've always loved you best because while endings are generally sad. you are such a joy. You readily accepted the milk-stained bibs, the lower. bunk, ,the cracked baseball bat, the baby book that had nothing written in it except a recipe for graham-cracker "piecrust that someone had jamed between the pages. You are the one we held onto so tightly. You are the link with our past, a- reason for tomorrow.. You quicken our steps, square our shoulders, restore our vision ahd_ give us a sense of humor that security, maturity and durability can't provide. "l When your hairline takes on \i the shape of Lake Erie and your own children tower over you. you will still be our baby!—A Mother prepare to revive .depleted ^ determined in your climb energies, dwmdling resources toward success „,* must ^ Rekindle an optimistic outlook toward the future. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. 23) : Mixed influences. Be prompt to reject unethical, or even slightly questionable, schemes. Too much is at stake; too much can get out of hand. LIBRA *i t-X (Sept. 24 to:0ct, 23) «£«> A Not a good day' for finances. There's a tendency to "throw good money after bad!" Avoid! Rather, cut losses ruthlessly. SCORPIO m *<• (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) "•'Or* Do not let a personal disappointment' mar your overall perspective. Continue to aim for high goals. Your adeptness, know-how and intuition should be potent now. ISIS THEATER Si. WIUBMC,!..,! 1 ti^^a^:S::%:v:::-::W::::xSW:» STARTS FRIDAY Fr!-Sat.7:00ft9:0< Sun-Mon-TuM 8 P.M. NIGHTLY Burt Lancaster Michael York IN "THE ISLAND of OR MOREAU" (Nt.dF.O.) i i:> •:• ¥ •V r >• were our first miracle. Yoir; .you more special. You were the were the genesis of a marriage^'-one we relaxed 'with and and the fulfillment nf young'- real(2ed a dog could kiss you love; : -' ! .. .-•"•,. ' ....... You sustained us through the. hamburger years, the-~tlrs,t apartment i furnished in Early I* and you wouldn't get sick. You could cross the street by yourself long before you were old enough to get married. 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