Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on November 18, 1977 · Page 24
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 24

Garden City, Kansas
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Friday, November 18, 1977
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Garden City Telegram Friday. November 18, 1977 Page 23 Sunday Km IB KUPK lABCi Channels Listed In Proaram Guide City. Kin. KGLO (NBC) Dover, Colo. 1 Kfl MA IPBS' B KWGN UNO Emi|i, KM. O KTVC IC Sunday Morning November 20, 1977 6:30 a) Alamo Foundation 7:00 ID Amazing Grace Bible Class (B Courage for Crisis Living 7:15 o Cristo Es La Esperanza 7:30 o Gospel Guitar ID The Defenders (B Davey & Goliath 7:45 (B Doodletime 8:00 o TV Altar ID Get Together IB* Come Along 8:30 o Larry Jones OJ Revival Fires IB Uncle Bill 9:00 o Day of Discovery a) Herald of Truth IB Hot Dog 9-.30 o Mass for Shut-ins O Jerry Falwell IB Jabberjaw ID Oral Robert 10:00 a Challenge IB Great Grape Ape O) Rex Hum bard 10:30 o City/State Report O Faith for Today IB Animals 10:45 8 Your Congress Speaks 11:00 a Your Right to Say It CD Church IB Lone Ranger 11:30 o Father Knows Best IB College Football '77 Sunday Afternoon November 20, 1977 12:00 a Wrestling O Film ID NFL '77 IB Directions 12:30 o NFL Football — Philadelphia vs. St. Louis & Dallas vs. Pittsburgh ID Meet the Press IB Issues & Answers 1:00 o Movie — "Creature From the Black Lagoon." Horror. Richard Carlson, Julie Adams. Scientific expedition, traveling up Amazon River to recover (ossit, is watched and attacked by the Gill-Man, horrible hall-man, hall-fish, who lives there. ID NFL Football — Denver vs. Kansas City IB Mexican-American Dialogue 1:30 IB Ouinto Sol 2:00 IB Trouble River — Part II 2:30 a Movie —"Devil's Island." Drama. 1939. Boris Karloll. James Stepnenson. Doctor, sent to Devil's Island lor aiding convict, endures dislavor o! Commandant and attempts to escape. IB The Monroes 3:30 IB Movie — "The Magnificent Amber- sons" Drama, 1942. Joseph Gotten, Agnes Moorehead. Orson Welles' exciting production ol a decadent family clinging to tradition in a time beset by rapid change; the. son keeps his mother Irpm the man she loves. 4-00 O Movie — "The Spanish Main." Adventure. 1945. Maureen O'Hara. Paul Henreid. Swashbuckling piracy in the days of 17th Century. Adventurer rescues beautiful girl from a villainous nobleman. ID FBI 4:30 (E) Woman Alive 5:00 ID Garner Ted Armstrong IB House Call 5:30 All Ch. taut a 03) ID News OD Black Perspective 5:45 m NFL '77 Sunday Evening November 20, 1977 6-00 8 Movie — "Bundle of Joy." Debbie Reynolds. Eddie Fisher. Newly fired young salesgirl, saving an inlanl Irom falling oil the steps ol a foundling home, is mistaken lor the child's mother. Plenty ol complications arise when ex-boss' son is suspected ol being the lather. ID World of Disney O Sixty Minutes 3D Firing Line IB Nancy Drew/Hardy Boys 7:00 ID Big Event: Memories of Elvis O Celebrity Chaljenge of the Sexes CD Parent Effectiveness (B Million Dollar Man 7:30 (B The French Chef 8:00 a National Geographic Special 33 The Forsyte Saga IB Movie — "Bite the Bullet." Gene Hackman, Candace Bergen. Western dram with more than money at slake in a desperate 700-mile crass-country horse race. 9:00 e Testimony of Two Men O Kojak <D Evening at Symphony 10:00 All Ch. but a CE> IB News CB I. Claudius 10:30 O Movie — "Fools Parade." Three ex- convicts, during the depression, struggle to remain Iree as they are harassed by a banker who refused to give one ol them his savings and a rotten guard who wants them back in jail. ID Bud Moore Show 10:45 IB News 11:00 a News CD Visions ID Marty Hartman 11:15 IB Movie — "Panic in Needle Park." Al Pacino, Kilty Winn. Innocent girl Irom Indiana falls in love with a New York heroin addict and becomes addicted herself. In the pathetic world ol the junkie, they engage in robbery, pushing and prostitution to support their habit. 11:30 a Soccer Power 11:35 a Catch-2 12:00 a World at War ID PTL Club 12:30 IB News 12:45 IB Movies: The Sweet Ride You're a Big Boy Now Rainmakers Sunday Programs November 20 6:00 P.M. — NBC WORLD OF DISNEY — "The Mouseketeers at Walt Disney World." The Mouseketeers travel to Florida's Watl Disney World for a working vacation, but on Ihe way they camp out and as they sleep their tents collapse and they blame Nila, who complicates the trip by running away. 7:00 P.M. — NBC BIG EVENT: "MEMORIES OF ELVIS." Elvis is featured performing a selection ol his best known songs — including "Heartbreak Hotel." "Jailhouse Rock," "Hound Dog" and "Love Me Tender" — in a Gospel medley, in a production number depicting the rise ol a young musician and in concert at a live perlormance taped in Hawaii. 7:00 P.M. — ABC SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN — "The Cheshire Project." Steve Austin investigates the mysterious disappearance ol a top secret aircraft piloted by his girllriend. 8:00 P.M. — ABC ABC SUNDAY MOVIE — "Bite the Bullet." 9:00 P.M. — CBS KOJAK — Jennifer Warren guest stars as the wile of a top mobster who kills her husband, then tries lo use her leminine charms to distract both Kojak and Crocker, but is unable to fool her lather-in-law. 10:30 P.M. — NBC NBC LATE MOVIE — "The Stone Killer." — SPECIALS — 2:00 IB Trouble River — Part II 7:00 ID Big Event: Memories of Elvis — SPORTS — 11:30 IB College Football'77 12:00 a Wrestling ID NFL'77 12:30 o NFL Football — Philadelphia vs. St. Louis & Dallas vs. Pittsburgh 1:00 ID NFL Football — Kansas City vs. Denver 7:00 o Celebrity Challenge of the Sexes 10:30 ID Bud Moore Show 11:30 a Soccer Power Public TV Highlights Sunday Cable TV Channel 7 8 p.m. THE FORSYTE SAGA "A Silent Wooing" Soames is annoyed by a story in a gossip column which clearly refers to Fleur. 9 p.m. .EVENING AT SYMPHONY Music director Seiji Ozawa conducts the Boston Symphony Orchestra in "Une Barque Sur L'Ocean" by Ravel and Tchaikovshy's stirring "Symphony No. 5 inE." 11 p.m. VISIONS "All I Could See From Where I Stood" To escape living with her alcoholic mother, a teenage girl plans to marry. REVIEWS FROM LIBRARY Book Break "Mother R: Eleanor Roosevelt's Untold Story by Elliott Roosevelt, G.P. Putnam 1977. This is the story of the triumphs and tragedies of Eleanor Roosevelt's later year. In the seventeen years of widowhood that followed FDR's death, in 1945, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt emerged from the shadow of her husband's career to achieve her own measure of immortality. Appointed by Harry Truman in 1946 to the first American delegation to the United Nations, and later as chairwoman of the organization's Human Rights Commission, Eleanor Roosevelt dedicated herself to the poor and persecuted of all nations. She crossed swords with President Eisenhower, Secretary of State James Byrnes, and his successor, John Foster Dulles. In the process, she became the outspoken conscience of America. Yet all the while, Mrs. Roosevelt wrestled with her troubled family affairs — her children's business failures, divorces, and unending searches for identity. Later in life, Eleanor Roosevelt became a unique elder counseler to world statesmen and Democratic Party officials. Candidates Adlai E. Stevenson and John F. Kennedy wooed her political support, and her circle of friends broadened, from Queen Elizabeth II to Mme. Andrei Gromyko. To the end she remained a presence in the country's social and political life. Conflict and Crisis: The Presidency of Harry S. Truman by Robert J. Donovan, W.W. Norton, 1977. Robert Donovan had a close view of the turbulent Truman years, not only reporting on the celebrated 80th Congress and the debates on the Marshall Plan and NATO, but as While House correspondent for the old New York Herald Tribune, covering Truman. For years, wherever Truman was — at Key West, Independence, aboard the whistle-stop train in 1948, or at Wake Island for the meeting with MacArthur — Donovan was there, loo. . This book brings together for the first time, accounts of Truman's Iribulations with the Jews over Palestine, his' decision on the atomic bomb, the creation of the CIA, the origins of the Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan, the maneuvers at Potsdam, Truman's quarrels with Wallace, Byrnes, and Ickes, the upheaval of postwar reconversion, Marshall's mission to China, the seeds of the Korean war, the employee loyalty program, the revolutionary change in race relations beginning in the Truman administration, and the political strategies that produced Truman's victory over Dewey in 1948. The new material comes from newly opened diaries and papers of Thomas E. Dewey, Henry A. Wallace, and Harold L. Ickes. Equally important are the official United States diplomatic records now opening up for the Truman period. Also in this book for the first time is material from the NSC policy papers of the late 1940's, finally made available. Adlai Stevenson and The World by John Bartlow Martin, Doubleday 1977. This book covers Stevenson's career following his first campaign for the presidency in 1952 through his death in 1965: years in which he occupied a position unique in both American and international politics — that of a statesman who held no elected public office yet commanded the respect and influence of a worldwide constituency. Throughout the fifties his views on such issues as nuclear testing, civil rights, federal aid to education, the draft, and American foreign policy went beyond partisan railings. Yet it was Stevenson's tragedy — that he was a man before his time, that he was again to be defeated in his bid for the Oval Office. And that later in his years as Ambassador to the United Nations, while he represented our country there, he himself was at the same time uncomfortable with the Kennedy administration he tried to serve. With vividness and candor, John Bartlow Martin completes his portrait of Adlai Stevenson, giving us the man, Ihe making of a world leader, and, almost, the making of a President. — Mary Ploger, city librarian. il It America's Favorite Pizza Come in today and have one of our delicious pizza's, made the way you like them Only At- 406 E. Kansas 276-2231

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