The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 7, 1975 · Page 33
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April 7, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 33

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Bob Hope Agrees To Make 7 Shows Bob Hope, television star for 25 years, will headline seven hours of prime-time NBC-TV specials during the 1975-76 season and several more in the following two years, it was announced by Robert T. Howard, President, NBC-TV. "Through the years," he added, "Bob Hope has been in the very lop rank of show ousiness personalities. This year's Bob Hope Christmas show was the highest-rated entertainment special of the season." The 1974 Christmas special had a 34.9 national rating and 52 share, according to the Nielsen Television Index. In addition to his worldwide fame as one of America's great comedians, Hope has become Great for just running around in. RED WING 00 '30 RanJalls - 154 WEST CENTER, PROVO J well known for his extensive philanthropic activities. He is the recipient of 26 honorary degrees from colleges and universities and has been awarded nearly 2,000 citations for his humanitarian and professional efforts, including the Medal of Freedom awarded by President Johnson and the Congressional Gold Medal presented by President Kennedy. He has also entertained millions of American servicemen, beginning in 1941, including 22 overseas trips during the Christmas season. D. Jcrnssen Stars in 'Generation' David Janssen stars as a father who finds himself up against the generation gap when he discovers his daughter and son-in-law are planning to buck the establishment and have their baby in their own way, in "Generation," to be seen for the first time on television on "The Thursday Night Movies" April 10 at. 8 p.m. Also starring are Kim Darby and Carl Reiner. Walter and Doris are married, but establishing a happily - ever after is a struggle. Doris finds herself facing her father's frantic objections to the couple's intention to-deliver the child they are expecting by themselves. Jim Bolton, Doris' dad, tries to enlist aid and advice from anyone he feels will convince the young pair that their anti establishment attitudes in this case are extreme and even dangerous. THE NEW REAL ESTATE LAWS Dear Mr. Boley, There hat been some important legislation recently that will largely determine what happen* to the real estate business and real estate itself. Can you tell anything about this? (I enquired of you once before). Bill Dear Bill: The new Federal law and the State lending act may have tremendous impact upon housing and real estate. Watch the releases of the next few days for explanations and implementations. I think that great developments are in the making. I can say this: that sales of existing homes is as important as of the unsold ones, pushing half a million. BOLEY REALTY INC. New Energy Alternatives Enumerated An informative look at some of the realistic energy alternatives that will not necessarily harm our environment will be setfi this week on "Feedforward," Friday at 7 p.m. on Channel 11. A variety of top people in the field will join "Feedforward" host, Buie Seawell, to explore and investigate why the reliance on a singular energy source is almost suicidal and how sound energy alternatives can help solve our energy needs for the near and distant future. Scheduled to appear on "Energy: Options" are Dr. Ernest Sternglass, Department of Radiology, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh; Hal Aronson, formerly of CER Geonuclear Corporation, Las Vegas, Nevada; Dr. Noel de Nevers, College of Engineering, University of Utah; Dr. Charles Hyder, solar physicist with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); and Dr. Edward Teller, internationally renowned nuclear physicist. "Feedforward: Energy Options" also includes a conversation with General Dudley Faver (Ret.), Regional Administrator of the Federal Energy Administration for Region Eight. Region Eight encompasses the states of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota. Monday, April 7, 1975.THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, -TV13 Top 20' Entertainer Slates Appearance in Salt Lake City B. J. Thomas, known for his Southern rock 'n' roll, will be appearing at the Terrace Ballroom, 464 S. Main St., Salt Lake City on Wednesday at 8 p.m. B. J. has a current Top 20 hit, "Hej Won't You Play," and is known for such popular songs as "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head," "Rock 'n' Roll Lullabye," and "I Just Can't Help Believing." Tickets are available at the Record Bar in Orem, at the Terrace in Salt"Lake and Stereo Warehouse, 47 N. University Ave., in Provo. B. J. is a Texas tunesmith who's bucking to shed the Las Vegas image that has been wrongly tossed his way. In the mid-sixties, B. J. Thomas and the Triumphs were the hottest rock 'n' roll band in the Houston area. Not only did they gig all over the state, but , they made hit singles just for the area. They finally decided to cut an album which eventually caught on nationally and gave B. J. his firs't gold record. "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry." B. J. has sold 20 million records to date, and has a newly released album climbing the charts. B. J. THOMAS Show Concerned With Over-Fishing Television Addresses In response to requests made by readers, here are the addresses of the networks and channels involved in this area: American Broadcasting Corporation Press Relations 4151 Prospect Ave. Hollywood, Calif. 90027 Columbia Broadcasting System ' Television Network Television City Los Angeles, Calif. 90036 National Broadcasting Corporation Press Department 3000 W. Alameda Ave. Burbank, Calif. 91505 Channel 2, KUTV 179 Social Hall Ave. Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 Channel 4, KCPX-TV 1760 Fremont Drive Salt Lake City, Utah, 84104 Channels, KSL-TV 145 Social Hall Ave. Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 Channel?, KUED-TV 102 Music Hall University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 84103 Channel 11, KBYU-TV C-306HFAC BYU Campus Provo, Utah 84601 Federal Communications Cpm- mission 1919 M Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 20554 GOODWILL f V PROMPT SERVICE SHOPORHOMEl 225-7550 798 S. STATE PRIM It was not too long ago that it seemed we'd never run out of land or oil or fresh water or anything else. Three quarters of the world's surface is ocean. So it looked as if we would never run out of fish, either. But we are. "Wil the Fishing Have to Stop?" is the tale "Nova" has lined up for Thursday night at 8 p.m. on Channel 11. It's a "Nova" science adventure for curious grownups, and deals with one of these problems, which if you just think about now, maybe you won't have to worry about later. We're not out of fish yet. But the world fish catch is declining. Panic won't help, but Can I Save My Children? Has Encore Viewing "Can I Save My Children?," an original drama of the struggle for survival of a mother and her two children following the crash of their plane in wilderness, will have an encore presentation on Channel 4's "Afternoon Playbreak" series, Thursday at noon. The presentation stars Diane Baker as Diana Hansen, recently divorced from her husband, and en route with her two children, 15-year-old Melanie, played by Tammi Bula.-and 11-year-old Peter, played by Todd Gross, to spend a holiday with an old friend, Clay Hollinger (Dayid Hedison). :•; Following the crash of tl\eir small plane, Diana, Melanie and Peter must rely on their o.vm resources to reach civilization and safety, and during ; the ordeal, Diana must also deal with the hurt, misunderstanding and alienation that have developed between her and her children. "Can I Save My Children?" is an original teleplay written by A. Roy Moore and Jonah Royston. Lee Miller is the producer and Walter Miller the director. understanding might. Perhaps, for instance, the fish catch is declining because we're over fishing. Once, fishing boats had to come to shore fairly often, to sell their catch before the fish rotted. Now fishing fleets can process their catch on board and don't need U> return-to land until their "boatsare full. ~"~ Perhaps the fish catch is declining because we're polluting some of the most productive areas of the ocean, r, it could be a whim of Mother Nature that there are just fewer fish around. Probably it's a little bit of each. All the answers haven't been found yet, but we know we're going to have to cut back our waste of fish, and understand more fully how our oceans work. onQollei Flashes HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Actress Rita Gam turns producer with "To Build a Ship" and will negotiate with Henry Fonda for the starring role. <itollei121BC Qollei128BC LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN ! • Automatic computer exposure control • Up to 200 flashes per set of batteries • Recycles: 6 to 8 seconds • Lightweight-horizontal reflector design • Power Source: "AA" Alkaline batteries • Guide No: 121 BC: 35 with 25 AS Afilm 128BC: 46 with 25 ASA film We know it's a good value because we know our Rolleis. 66 Ho. University Ave. Phone 375-0086 Rollei Specialist'

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