The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 7, 1975 · Page 22
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April 7, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 22

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TV2-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Monday, April 7,1975 Ben, Mark jhird Lincoln Drama Slated Hunt Down Mob Head Lt. Ben Logan and Sgt. Mark WaJtcrs investigate the gunning down by two hoods of retired syndicate leader Sam Montana in his fortified Miami home, on Channel 4's "Caribe," Monday at 9p.m. In "School for Killers," the Caribe Force discovers that evidence linked with Dave — one of the "hit men" — reveals that he came from St. Maarten, was a trained killer, and that his modus operand! had been employed in six earlier slayings. "Prairie Lawyer." the third of the six "Sandburg's Lincoln" drama specials starring Hal Holbrook as Abraham Lincoln, will be colorcast by Channel 2 on Monday at 7 p.m. As did the other two well-received segments adapted by David L. Wolper Productions from Carl Sandbujg's Pulitzer Prize-winning biography, "Prairie Lawyer" depicts various aspects of Lincoln's character and abilities, in this case his concern for human justice, his awkward way with women and his skill as a young attorney. Focal point of the dramatization produced and directed by multiple Emmy-winner George Schaefer MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY TELEVISION The following daytime television programs are logged on a regular Monday through Friday basis. For afternoon and evening programs, check under daily headings elsewhere in this section. 5:25 a.m. 5— Kami & Ranch 5:30 a.m. 5-Sunrise Semester 6:00 a.m. 5— Morning News 6: 15 a.m. 2—1 'nderstanding Our World 6:25 a.m. 4— Guicicposts 6:30 a.m. 4— Viewers Digest 6:45 a.m. 2— Karh Watch 7:00a.m. 2-TodavShow 4-llo<el'ailderdash 5-Captam Kangaroo 1-Sesame Street 7:25 a.m. 1— IV 2 News 7:30 a.m. 2-T<xiayShow H:00a.m. 2-TodayShow 5— Joker's Wild 1— The FJectnc Company 8:30 a.ni. 4— Aloming News 5-T.ambit 1— Alisterogers Neighborhixxl K:45a.m. 4— Entertainment 8:50 a.m. 4-Jobs Today 8:55a.m. 4— There's a Dr inthelloase 7-HguringltOut 9:00 a.m. 2-1 ligh Rollers 4-The Beverly Hillbillies 5— Itotnper Room 9: 10 a.m. 7— Ihe Klectric Company 9:30 a.m. 2—1 lollvwuid S<|uare.s 4-The Brady Bunch 5— Ijovcofljve 9:55 a.m. 5-CHSNews 10:00 a.m. 2-Jackpnt 4— J'a.ssword 5— Young &• llestl(5is 7-SesimeStrivl 11— Tim' Out 10: 30 a.m. 2— Blank Check 4— S()lil SecxHid S-Sciirch (or Tomorrow 10:55 a.m. 2— C'an)luilXmnSlKiw 11:00 a.m. 2-Celebritv Sweepstakes 4-,\II.Mvdiildmi 5-J-ilge'of Night 11-TneHertncCo. 11:30 a.m. 2— How to Survive a Marriage 4-1 .d's 1 Make a IX'al 5-Aslhe World Tunis 11— Misterogers Neighborhood Noon 2-ll;iyso[(Xirljve.s 4--$lo!oOOI')r'imid 5— (kiiding |j);ht Il-Ses;uiii' Street 12:30 p.m. 2-'n»'IXx1ors 4-TheBigShowik)Wii S— OianiK'l !i News 1:00 p.m. 2-Another World 4— General Hospital 5-ThclTiiv Is Right 1:30 p.m. 4— One Life to 1 Ju- S—The Match dame 1:45 p.m. 11— Mistenigers Neighborho . 2:00 p.m. 2— Wheel of Fortune 4— Tlie MoiK'y Maze 5— Big Money Movie 2:30 p.m. 2 'rjiat c,irl t-Mike Douglas Show 3:00 2 | fy\\'\ t d x*d 3:30 p.m. 4-Bugs Bunny 3:55 p.m. S-Spotliglit Five 35 MONDAY MONDAY, APRIL 7,1975 3:10 11—Mt'chanical KngiiKvring 3:3(1 2-.Mitflla(kinlla 7—Ijlias. Yoguaixl You 4:00 2—'MteKlinLstone* 4—(illigan's Island S-Direih 7-\ r illa ,\legre ll-Wlla.-\legiv 4:30 2—i Dream of Jeaniuc . 4—Lucy Show 7—'Hie Klcvtnc Cxunpaii) 11—MisUTogers Nt-ighlxjrhood 5:00 2—I khan's Heroes 4—Kvvning .V'WN 7—MLsterogers Neighburluxxl ll-^is;iiix'Stnvl 7:30 5— Utah Stars vs. Denver 7— Washington Straight Talk ll-ffchind the Lines 8:00 2— Mkmday Night Movies 4-SWAT 7-tiuddy Greco 11-TnislstheLife 8:30 11-TabeniadeChjir 9:00 4-€aribe 7— Memories of lYinoe Albert Hunt 11-lst Session UB Conference 9:30 5-Jihoda 7— Jiomantic Rebellion 5:30 y News 4~Aixly(';nf(ith a— IVunkiU'.News V-StSiUix-Stnvl 6:00 ,Vws4 I i-'lh'KU vine Company 6:30 •1 'I'ruthorCou'xijiA'nuT' .» l/< •, Make a I AM! 7- . v /*«.'i' i i A AMuJd! 11 7:00 2-(iirl Sadburg's I jrvxilii 4 lid- iyoklt-S 10:00 2— Newswatch .' 4-Uive Anvru-iin Style 5— Kyi-witness News 7-Waldemarfteid 10:30 2-llie Tonight Show 7-4 listory of Motion Picture 10:40 i-Haymofid liurr Show 11:0(1 1 .Vw*4.\ii;l!i.sidi' 7-- Oi|Xion«l ,Vm 11:30 4~ Wiik 1 World of KnlerUiiiuiieiil 11.40 5-»g Valley 12. -00 2— Tonmrnm 12:40 is the 1838 murder trial of Henry B. Truett. accused of killing a fellow Democrat in a squabble over a political office in Springfield, III. Lincoln's plea to the jury wins acquittal for Truett, a defeat for the special prosecutor, Stephen B. Douglas, political arch rival of Lincoln. The counterplot is Lincoln's unsuccessful — and luckily so — wooing of a Kentucky damsel, Mary Owens, which turns out to be more of a blow to his ego than to his heart. The excellent cast includes Robert Foxworth as Lincoln's law partner, John Stuart. Walter McGuinn as Douglas and Catherine Burns as Miss Owens. Others are Richard Dysart, James Greene, Paul Fix, Iggie Wolfington and Michele Marsh. The script by Irene and Louis Kamp, from a story by Emmett Lavery, is laced with humor, most of which is gleaned from Lincoln's correspondence contained in the biography. Memorable scenes are Lincoln's jury summation and the well-considered spurning of his marriage offer by Miss Owens. It is believed to be unlucky to make a gift of ivy, which is thought to break up friendships. HAL HOLBROOK, as the young Abraham Lincoln, delivers his summation to jury in "Prairie Lawyer," third of the six "Sandburg's Lincoln" drama specials, airing Monday at 7 p.m. on Channel 2. Handling Feelings About Separations By FRED ROGERS It is often very, very difficult for the young child to understand why a person he or she loves very much must go away even for a short period of time. And to have it become apparent that the person wants to go away is often shocking and a little frightening. For the young child separation is often experienced as a withdrawal of love. Sometimes the child feels that the absence of the loved adult is the result of something that the child has said or done or wished. Children feel that in some vague, incomprehensible way they are responsible for the beloved person's decision to go. Feelings of guilt are accompanied by a sense of their own vulnerability without adult protection, as well as very real grief. Frequently we use the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to pretend about difficult problems in order to help the young child look at a situation objectively through the creation of fantasy where he or she is not personally and emotionally involved. This week we pretend that King Friday, our puppet authority figure who can often be unreasonable, is upset because a favorite friend had to end a visit. King Friday becomes angry and makes it a rule that from here on in, no one, absolutely no one, can go anywhere without his specific permission, and he makes two of his close friends police officers with orders to arrest anyone who attempts to escape from the arbitrary boundaries he had drawn. On the surface, at least, this seems like a simple solution to the problem — if you don't want somebody to do something, make that person stop. But what actually happens in make-believe is that the people King Friday loved and wanted to keep close to him became very angry at having their freedom severely limited. King Friday, we pretend, at last understands that the people he loves do have to go away sometimes, but they will come back because they want to and because they love him, not because they are forced to. Mr. Stripper Refmishing - Restoring REMOVES PAINT & VARNISH FROM ALL WOOD, METAL & VENEERS . . . call for estimates . . . 489-9821 after houn SraiNCVILUE 365 So. 400 E. 489-5260 oral: io-5 ,.-. Sal. 1 0-3 PH. About lO.lHK) persons toured liisttini 1 Fort Adams in Newport. R.I., last summer, the first time guided tours were offered at the 19th century stone fortification overlooking Narragansett Bay. It was built in 1824 to beef up Kast Coast defenses after the war of 1812 GOODWILL TV PROMPT SERVICE SHOP OR HOME 225-7550 798 S. STATE OREM Light transmission - with the coolness of aluminum ! 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