Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 11, 1977 · Page 20
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Garden City, Kansas
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Page 22 Garden Citv Telegram - Friday, November 11,1977 Monday Weekday Mornings November 14-18, 1977 5:45 ID Kansas Today 6:00 ID PTL Club CD 700 Club 6:45 0 News ID Kansas Scene 7:00 ID Today Show O News ID Good Mominf 7:10 B News 7:30 o Blinky's Fun Club 8:00 a The Archies O Captain Kangaroo 8:30 o McHale's Navy 9.-00 o Flintstones O Price Is Right at Dinah Shore ID Romper Room 9:30 o Miscellaneous ID Andy Griffith 10:00 o Jeannie ID Wheel of Fortune O Joyce Livingston ID Happy Days 10:05 QD Miscellaneous 10:30 o Bewitched ID Knockout p Love of Life CD Sesame Street CD Family Feud 11:00 o Love, American Style «D To Say the Least O Young I Restless ID The Better Sex 11:30o Not for Women Only ID Chico O Search for Tomorrow ID Ryan's Hope 11:35 CD Miscellaneous Weekday Afternoons November 14-1B, 1977 12:00 All Ch. taut e CD ID News 8 Onedin Line ID KAKE Kaleidoscope 12:15 ID Kid Country (Fri. Only) 12:25 CD Electric Co. 12:30 ID Days of Our Lives O As the World Turns 1:00 B Father Knows Best CD Over Easy ID J20,000 Pyramid 1:30 a Mayberry RFD ID Doctors O Guiding Light CD Miscellaneous (Until 3:15 pm.) ID One Life to Live 2:00 a Movie: Won: Blackmail Tue: So Long, Baby and Amen Wed: Bengazi Thu: Listen, Darling Fri: San Francisco Story CD Another World 2.-15 ® General Hospital 2:30 o All in the Family 3:00 ID Gong Show O Tattletales ID Edge of Night 3:15 CD Electric Co. 3:30 a Denver Now O Mike Douglas m Flintstones CD Gilligan 3:50 CD Villa Alegre CD Storytime (Fri. Only) 4:00 a Flintstones ID ABC Afterschool Special (Wed. Only) ID Brady Bunch ID Partridge Family 4:30 a Gilligan ID Emergency One CD Miscellaneous ID My Three Sons 5:00 a Superman O Freddy Fudd CD Sesame Street cit) NBWS 5:30 All Ch. but BCD News a Family Affair Monday Evening November 14, 1977 6:00 All Ch. but a CD ID News a Lucy CD Misterogers' ID To Tell the Truth 6:30 a Andy Griffith - CD Adam-12 o The Muppets CD Electric Company ID Liar's Club 7:00 a Dick Van Dyke CD House on the Prairie o Logan's Run CD Zoom CD San Pedro Beach Bums 7:30 a Odd Couple CD Over Easy 8:00 a Set. Bilko CD Movie — "The Godfather." Part III. Marlon Brando, Al Paclno. In Italy, away from the raging gang wars, Michael Corleone meets and marries Apollonia, but after she dies In a bomb-rigged automobile, and Michael's brother, sonny, is assassinated, Don Vito Corleone calls for a truce. Michael returns home, marries Kay, who Is from an old New England family, and moves the family's business to Las Vegas. e Betty White CD The Bible — The Source CD NFL Football—St. Louis vs. Dallas 8:30 a Adam-12 O Maude CD MacNeil/Lehrer Report 9:00 a Movie — "The Nutty Professor." Comedy. Jerry Lewis. College science professor discovers a formula which makes him irresistible to everyone except the girl he wants. O Rafferty CD Age of Uncertainty 10:00 All Ch. but a CD CD News CD The Music School 10:30 CD Tonight Show O Movie — "Coffee, Tea, or Me?" Karen Valentine, John Davidson. The comedy concerns a tender-hearted airline stewardess who ably handles the toughest emergencies in her job. She also handles a romantic double Hie, married to a medical student in Los Angeles and to a struggling artist in London. 10:45 CD News 11:00 a News . «'„ 1> Sf e .°f Uncertainty 11:15 CD Movie — "Tall in the Saddle." John Wayne, Audrey Long. Woman hating cowboy becomes foreman ofranch run by a pretty girl and her spinster aunt who have inherited the ranch. 11:30 a Movie — "The Rebel Gladiators." Alan liteele. Despite all obstacles spelling Urns' defeat in the Roman arena, he subdues the greatest gladiator of Rome. 12:00 CD Tomorrow CD Dick Cavett Show 1:00 CD News Monday Programs November 14 7:00 P.M. — CBS LOGAN'S RUN — Logan, imprisoned by a society bent on creating a "master race, faces the alternative of joining that society or allowing Jessica to become one of its mindless "menials." 7:00 P.M. — NBC LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE — "The High Cost of . Being Right." Jonalhan Garvey.suffers a serious loss of confidence due to poor crops and his inability to find work, but when his wile gets a job al the post office, he threatens to divorce her and move away. 7:00 P.M. — ABC SAN PEDRO BEACH BUMS — "Lifting Is My Life." Because of Dancer's blunder, Moose is fired by the president of the beer firm he works for. When the rest of the bums set out to help him — they discover the beer firm president is trying to shield his more than businesslike interest in his secretary. 8:00 P.M. — NBC NBC MONDAY MOVIE — "The Godfather." Part III. 10-30 PM —CBS CBS LATE MOVIE — "Coffee, Tea or Me?" Public TV Highlights Monday Cable TV Channel 7 8 p.m. THE BIBLE-THE SOURCE ;'The Story of Daniel" Marilyn Hickey narrates this series of stories from the Old Testament. 9 p.m. THE AGE OF UNCERTAINTY "The Fatal Competition" John Kenneth Galbraith takes viewers to NORAD—the nuclear war command center buried one mile beneath Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado. 10 p.m. THE AMERICAN SHORT STORY "The Music School" by John Updike. A writer struggles to find a focus in his life. Bill Equalizes Penalties for CBOperators By JOHN D. McCLAIM Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — A bill making its way through Congress would make licensed and unlicensed CB operators equally liable to Federal Communications Commission penalties. For years, the FCC has been able to levy administrative fines against licensed CBers, as much as $500 per day, as well as suspend or revoke their licenses, for breaking FCC rules. But, because they were not licensed and thus not under FCC administrative jurisdiction, unlicensed operators had to be tried in federal court for violating U.S. communication laws. "Therein lies the problem," explained Deputy Chief James C. McKinney of the Field Operations Bureau, the FCC's enforcement arm. "The court system is bogged down with higher priorities and U.S. attorneys often are reluctant to take our cases," he said in an interview. The result: "You sometimes have a situation with two people, living 'side-by-side, committing the same offenses, where the one with the license gets fined but the unlicensed operator goes free," he said. But, McKinney adds, the Justice Department does cooperate in prosecuting "really severe" CB violations. The FCC can issue "cease and desist" orders against unlicensed violators, but these have no force. If ignored, the only recourse left to the FCC is to seek federal prosecution. The provision containing FCC authority to treat licensed and unlicensed CB violators equally is included in legislation to regulate the cable television industry that was approved in mid-October by the Senate Commerce Committee. The House passed its cable TV bill late in October, but without the CB provision. The different bills would be sent to a House-Senate conference committee to iron out the differences. New Series Aimed At Older People Older people are finally getting a national television series for and about themselves, thanks to the cooperative efforts of two government agencies and a public television station. Beginning November 14, half hour daily television series entitled "OVER EASY" will be carried by teh Public Broadcasting Service over most of PBS's 270 local television stations. For the Garden City area, the program will be aired on Channel 7 from 7:30 to 8 p.m. The programs will present a variety of subjects and issues of interest to older people, their families and friends, and — SPORTS — 8:00 CD NFL Football—St. Louis vs. Dallas KIUL Radio KIUL PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS FOR NOVEMBER 11-17,1977 FRI: 6:45 p.m. Jayhawk Locker Room 7:07 p.m. Sportstime 9:07 p.m. Mystery Theater: "We Meet Again" 10:07 p.m. Sportstime 10:15—Midnight, Music SAT: 1: IS p.m. Ku-Nebraska f b (Bud Moore Show, 12:45 p.m.) 5:08 p.m. Adventure Theater: "A Coat of Many Colors" 7:30 p.m. Coffeyville at GCCC fb (Mystery Theater pre-empted) SUN: 1:06 p.m Chiefs-pChicago 5:08 p.m. Adventure Theater: "Three Tales of Hans Christian Andersen" 8:06 p.m. Concert Time (classical music) others concerned with the well-being of older people. And older people themselves, such as actors Robert Young and Milton Berle, Senator Frank Church, representative Shirley Chisholm, and anthropologist Margaret Mead, will be' celebrity guests on the program. The program will be hosted by veteran television personality Hugh Downs, and produced in public TV station KQED's San Francisco studios. Funded with $2.23 million from HEW's Administration on Aging and $1.75 million from the Corporation fro Public Broadcasting, the series will contain 130 shows runnign Monday through Friday during the 1977-78 television year. ZENITH T.V.-RADIO-STEREOS SALES fr SERVICE SEE US FOR ZENITH COLOR T.V. ANTENNAS WE MAKE T.V. ANTENNA INSTALLATIONS ft REPAIRS. WE HAVE ALL YOUR ANTENNA SUPPLIES MODERN RADIO-TV SERVICE ED COX-OWNER 626 N. 8th 275-5251

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