Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 11, 1977 · Page 17
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Page 18 Garden City Telegram Friday, November 11,1977 Saturday Channels Listed In Program Guide ft*. IM LtM. •NNI, Ctto. CD KRMAfPBS) O KW6N (DO) - «B KUPK (ABC) Saturday Morning November 12, 1977 7:00 ID CB Bears O What's New, Mr. Magoo? IB Superfriends 7:30 0 Bugs Bunny/Road Runner 8:00 o Cartoon Capers ID Young Sentinels IB Scooby's Laff-a-Lympics 8:30 a Lo Mejor Del Cine Espanol ID New Archies/Sabrina O The Skatebirds 9:30 ID Adventures of Muhammad AM O Space Academy 10:00 ID Thunder O Batman/Tarzan IB Kroffts Show 10:30 a Movie — "Little Accident." Comedy T939. Hugh Herbert, Baby Sandy. A male columnist finds a baby on his doorstep. ID Alpha Team 11:00 ID Baggy Pants fc Nitwits O Secrets of Isis IB Lone Ranger 11:30 o Fat Albert/Cosby Kids IB Bandstand ID Red Hand Gang Saturday Afternoon 12:00 a Rock 'n' Roll America Eittp, KM. •1 KTVC (CBS) liit>fe..ckMfti O Wacko ID Around the Town 12:30 o St. Mary's of the Plains O) NCAA Football ID Come Alive 1:00 e Soul Train O Repass ID Opinion 1:30 O Star Trek ID Wrestling 2:00 O Movie —"Safari Drums." 1953. Johnny Sheffield. Bomba leads a manhunt through the Congo to search for a murderer. 2:30 o Pop! Goes the Country ID Proud Country 3:00 o Sports Spectacular ID NCAA Basketball — Marquette vs. Cuba Nationals 3:30 a Wild, Wild West 4:00 0) World of Sports 4:30 a Movie — "The Fatal Hour." Boris Karloff, Marjorie Reynolds. The master detective, James Wong, is called in to apprehend a waterfront killer. 5:00 o Nashville Music ID Porter Wagoner 5:30 All Ch. but a CD News Saturday Evening November 12. 1977 6:00 All Ch. but oo3D«DO) News REVIEWS FROM LIBRARY Book Break The Kitchen Book by Terence Conran, Crown, 1977. The author focuses on the kitchen — the room that, above all others, is the very heart of the home. The scope of the book is enormous; but so is that of the kitchen. In the modern home it is not only a work-room and a cooking area; so often it may also be the place where you entertain and certainly where the children play. When designing a new home, or replannihg the old one, says Conran, this is the room that deserves your greatest consideration — and here, from freezers to forks, is the book that will help you realize your ideal. "The Kitchen Book" shows how false economy, unnecessary hard work and the accumulation of expensive gadgetry can all be avoided by careful planning and attention to detail. It tells you how to choose the heating, lighting, work-surfaces, storage space, equipment and decoration best suited to your needs. More than seven hundred colour photographs of kitchens, the world over will help to trigger your own culinary notions, the useful addresses section will show you how and where to realize them and the book as a whole will ensure that your kitchen thinking will never be the same again. consultation, how each operation is performed, how long it takes, how much it costs, and how long the results will last. The book gives full coverage on the face lift, cosmetic correction of the eyelids, nose, jaw, chin, lips, ears, and wrinkle, line and scar removal, hair transplants, augmentation, reduction, lifting and reconstruction of the breasts, and various types of body surgery. O Lawrence Welk GO Best of Families (Captioned) ID Jeannie ID In Search of... 6:30 a Andy Griffith IB Gong Show ID Batman 7:00 a Dick Van Dyke ID Bionic Woman O Bob Newhart ao Images of Aging to Tabitha 7:30 e Odd Couple 0 We've Got Each Other IB Movie — "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid." 8-.00 e Hee Haw ID Movie — "The Godfather." (1972) Robert DeNiro and Marlon Brando star in this gripping saga of the rise of an orphaned Sicilian immigrant lo the pinnacle ol power in the underworld. Young Vilo Corleone, who witnessed the slaying of nis mother by a powerful Sicilian landowner, arrives in New York in 1918, marries and gets a legitimate job but loses it due to mob pressure. Determined to avenge the wrong done him, he takes the first steps on the path of ruthlessness that will make him the domineering, respected neighborhood Don. O The Jeffersons CD Aisha 8:30 o Tony Randall (X) Music 9:00 a Nashville Music O Carol Burnett (D Best of Families 9:30 e Sid Caesar Show 10:00 All Ch. but a CD News OD Men of Bronze 10:30 ID Saturday Night Q Second City TV ID Movie — "A Big Hand for the Little Lady." Henry Fonda, Jason Robards. A family man, who is also a compulsive gambler, uses his last $4,000 — earmarked for a homeslead- ing claim —to participate in the biggest poker game in the West. 11:00 a News O Movie — "Charlie Chan in the Trap." Mystery 1946. Sidney Toler, Manlan Moreland. Charlie Chan gets himself involved in a case that almost turns out to be his last. •CD Movie — "Barrier." (See Ch. O at 9 pm.) 11:30 a Movie — "Curucu, Beast of the Amazon." John Bromfield, Beverly Garland. The foreman of an Amazon plantation sets out with a female American doctor to track down the legendary monster thai is killing and terrorizing the natives. 12:00 ID Mary Hartman 12:30 IB News 12:45 IB Movies: Do Not Disturb The 300 Spartans Susan Slade . , 1:10 a Rock Concert 1:30 ID Alamo Foundation &• 2:00 ID News Saturday Programs November 12 11:00 A.M. — ABC TROUBLE RIVER — Part I. A young boy and his grandmother, fearing an attack by renegades, escape by riding a makeshift raft down a dangerous river. 7:00 P.M. — CBS . BOB NEWHART — It's no laughing matter for Howard Borden when his young son, Howie/announces he's giving up regular school to become a comedian. 7:00 P.M. — NBC BIONIC WOMAN — "Brain Wash." Jaime Sommers endangers Oscar Goldman's life when she reveals top secret information while getting a shampoo that turns out to be a brain wash. 7:00 P.M. — ABC TABITHA — "Tabitha's Triangle." Tabilha falls in love with a handsome political candidate and has to contend with the jealousy of her boss, TV star Paul Thurston. 7:30 P.M. — CBS WE'VE GOT EACH OTHER — Damon's emotional stability is at an all-time low when he leams that his ex-wile is remarrying and when Judy expresses her concern, he mistakes her meaning and makes a pass. 7:30 P.M. — ABC ABC SATURDAY MOVIE — "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid." 8:00 P.M. — NBC NBC SATURDAY MOVIE — "The Godfather." Part I. 8:30 P.M. CBS TONY RANDALL — A very reluctant judge Franklin hires his superior judge's son to fill the job of court clerk, causing Walter to be constantly agitated by the young man who turns out lo be a racist. Public TV Highlights Saturday Cable TV Channel 7 , 9 p.m. THE BEST OF FAMILIES "The Election" Teddy Wheeler supports political novice Teddy Roosevelt in the Mayoral election of 1886. 11 p.m. PBS MOVIE THEATER "Barrier" (1966) A young med student sets out through the city looking for adventure, and the adventures he encounters defy rational analysis creating a surrealistic world of bizarre events. — SPORTS — 12:30 fD NCAA Football 1-.30 ID Wrestling 3:00 O Sports Spectacular ID NCAA Basketball — Marquette vs. Cuba Nationals 4:00 ra World of Sports Cosmetic Surgery: A Consumer's Guide by Sylvia Rosenthal, J. B. Lippincott, 1977. This book tells you how to find and choose a plastic surgeon, what questions to ask during a consultation, and how to evaluate the answers. And you learn how the surgeon evaluates you during the same Adventures In Archaeology by Anne Ward, Larousse & Co. 1977. 'Archaeology, once exclusively the field of the scholar — and in earlier times of the wealthy amateur — is nowadays a subject of increasing interest to the layman. Ease of travel has made it possible to visit places hitherto remote, and television has brought the magic of the ancient world into everyone's home. But the early feats of archaeology were carried out in the face of incredible odds, with no scientific aids, and often by men facing disease and danger in hostile environments. Dr. Anne Ward, herself an archaeologist as well as a writer on the subject, tells the story of ten of the great successes — true adventures full of drama and suspense. Her book opens with the discovery by Sir Arthur Evans of a hitherto unknown early civilisation in Crete, and ranges through the careers of some of the great men who revealed the ancient world to us — Champollion, Stephens and Catherwood, Thompson, and Howard Carter, discoverer of Tutankhamun. — Mary Ploger, city librarian. "THANKSGIVING TURKEY SPECIAL!" Nov. 9 thru 22. 1977 HOOKUP CHARGE Reg. $15.45 NOW $7 73 tax included Reconnection Reg. «»nu Does Not Apply To Additional Outlets! FREE BONUS- Receive a $5 gift certificate towards purchase of any turkey from Dillons. Void in mm cabled areas. Certificate presented when installation is completed. Expires at 5:30 PM Nov. 22. 1977 GARDEN CITY CABLE TV 1015 Reining 275-5552 5, Now '2.50 fr

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