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26 — THE CITIZEN, Prince George — Monday, March 1, 1976
By Charles M . Schultz
PEANUTS
TV Schedules
TUESDAY A.M.
CKPG-2
6 00 University of the Air
fi 30 B.C. A.M.
7:00 Horn per Room
9:30 Knreen's Yoga
10 00 Ten A M.
10 30 U's Your Move
11 00 Jean Cannem Show
12 00 Niton News
12 15 Definition
12 45 Movie Matinee
House o f Cards — Stars Geo Peppard,
Inger Stevens. Orson Welles American
drifter, In Paris, gets Invol- d in events
lending to the expose of a powerful iiroup
determined to takeover France and bin kl
a new fascist empire
2:30 Celebrity Dominoes
3 00 What's th e Good Word'.’
(CABLE 3)
3 .10 Celebrity Cooks
4 00 The Forest Rangers
4.10 Hume Made TV
5 00 (iiinsmoke "J o k e r
fi (M) Hourglass
7 00 Cannon "Snap Shot"
8 30 Pron'tVaRe Challenge
9 IK) All in the Family
9 30 Chicao and the Man
10 00 News Mngarlne
10 30 Man Alive
11 00 The National News
11:20 Special Assignment
11:30 Nleht Final
12 00 It Takej A Thief
TUESDAY A.M.
KING
9 30 Friendly Giant
9 45 Mon Ami
10.00 Canadian Schools
10 30 Mr DReuup
11:00 Sesame Street
12:00 Storytime
12 25 Take Kerr
12 :30 The Hob MrU'an Show
12:55 CBC News
I 00 The Hob Switzer Show
130 It Takes A Thiel
2:30 The Kdce of Night
3 00 Take Thirty
(CABLE 5)
3 30 The 3:30 Movie
To All My Friends On Shore
Hill
Cosby, Gloria Foster, Dennis I lines and
Ray Mason In a warm drama about a
Rlack lamily forced to re examine their
lives and values when one of the mem­
bers contracts sickle cell anemia.
5 00 Mary lla rln n n
5 30 Newservlce
6 30 NHC Nightly News
7:00 Truth Or Consequences
A lady Is asked to be comentator In a
men'* fashion show in which each of the
models Is wearing her husband's clothes,
brought from home. Trick Is to see how
long It lakes her to recognize that fact.
7 30 Hollywood Squares
8 00 The Rich Little Show
9 00 Joe Forrester
(iirl On A String
10.00 Jigsaw John
Dry Ice — Jigsaw John and homicide
investigator Sam Donner track down the
killers of n security guard in a posh l,os
Angeles hole) following the theft of a
uarter of a million dollar necklace. Hill
uckcrt. Mary Wilcox nnd Paul Mantee
appear.
11 30 The Tonight Show
1:00 The Tomorrow Show
B C T V -1 2
(CABLE 11)
3 30 Another World
4 30 II rady Bunch
Impractical Joker —Oneof Jansprac
Imp
tical j<okcs boomerang* and she becomes
a vlctiIm of her own joke.
5 :00 The FBI
The Fatal Showdown —A robbery gang
that preys on art collectors is stalked by
a mysterious gunman as well as the FBI.
6:00 News Hour
7:00 What Is Truth?
Otto Jellnek — O lym pic skating
champion and Member ol Parliament
talk about the 1976Olympics — Quebec’s
latest ripofP
7.30 Headline Hunters
8 00 Rich Little Show
9 00 Olympiad Special No. 2
The Decathlon — Consisting of 10
Olympic events held on 2 consecutive
days, this grueling test, introduced max­
imum standard set for the 100 M dash.
400 M run. 1500 M. run, 110 M hurdles,
long jump, pole valut. shotput. javelin
throw, hlghjump and discus throw This
one-hour special traces the historymaking \ictorics of Olympic greats like
HHIToomey m 1968. Hob Mathias in 1948
and 1952. M ilt Campbell in 1956 and Jim
Thorpe m912 i Pre-em pts Joe Forrester-*
on this occasion).
10 00 Piu and Whistle
10 .10 One Day At A Time
11 00 CTV News
11 20 News Hour Final
12 00 The Late Show
Secret World — Stars Jacqueline Hissrt. Giselle Pascall Story of a ten year
old boy, introverted by trie death ot his
parent’s His uncle's mistre's enters the
scene and helps draw the boy out of his
shell
2 00 The Late. Late Show
Town Tamer — Stars Dana Andrew s.
Terry Moore. Pat O'Brien. Lon Chaney
After his wife Is killed by & bullet meant
for him. a Kansas lawman roams the
west, taming' lawless towns andalwnys
searching for the man who killed his wi'e
2
TUESDAY A.M.
6 10 Signs of Life
6 25 Karin Summary
6 30 Growing Old In America
7 00 Today Show
7 25 Newsservice
7 30 Today Show
B 25 Newservlce
8 30 Today Show
9 00 Seattle Today
10 00 Cross Wits
10:30
11:00
11:30
II 55
12:00
12:30
I 30
2:00
3:00
1100 Eyewitness News
11 30 Mod Squad
Love — Pete's favorite cousin turns to
crime in a desperate attempt to win the
concern of her wealthy parents. Nina
Focli guests as Pete's aunt.
12 30 KIRO Late Movie
The Story of A Woman — Starrin
Robert Stack and Hibi Anderson. Sam­
vel profane love ot a young woman pian­
ist for a medical student she belatedly
discovers is married to another.
2 26 Eyew itness News
Hollywood Squares
Magnificent Marble Machine
Take My Advice
NBC Noon News
High Hollers
Days 01 Our Lives
The Doctors
Another World
Somerset
KIRO
(CABLE 9)
TUESDAY A.M.
(after 11 p.m.)
3 30 World Press
4 00 Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Mr Rogers adds a triangle to his Space
Sculpture and a professional trumpeter
visits him.
4 :30 Sesame Street
5:30 The Electric Co
6:00 ZOOM
6:30 Soviet Society
7:00 Bill Moyers' 'Journal
• R 00 U S A
8:30 Unannounced
10:00 A Place for No Story
After a brief introduction, no narration
interrupts this aerial view of California,
from Mt Shasta to t.os Angeles The
camera captures the man-made wounds
and scars of the state as w ell as its
natural beauty.
9 00 C ellin' Over
9 30 Wordsmith
9 45 M is for Music
10:00 The Electric Co.
10:30 Search for Science
10:45 Caroline's Corner
11:00 Making Music
11:15 Inside-Out
11:30 Sesame Street
12:30 Soviet Society
1 00 Working Together
I 15 M is for Music
1:30 Reaching Out
1 45 All About You
2 0 0 Making Music
2 15 Zebra Wings
2:35 Natural Science Special
2 55 Art for the Day
3:00 Villa Alegre
F am ous con m a n d ie s
CHICAGO (AP) - Joseph
(Yellow Kid I Well, the 1920s
flim-flam king whose legen­
dary get-rich-quick methods
netted him an estimated $8
million, has died in a convales­
cent home at the age of 100.
Attendants said Weil died in
his room of natural causes.
For nearly three years, the
fragile little man had been a
welfare patient, living out his
life on the memories of his hey­
day when his canary-yellow
gloves, cravats and suits, yel­
low calling cards and autos,
yellowish red hat and golden
whiskers made him an interna­
tional figure.
“If I had to do it all over
again, I would be foolish if I
didn’t," Weil told an inter­
viewer last summer on his
100th birthday.
IF I KNEW FOR
CERTAIN! THAT I H A P
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I COULD U M T E
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J U D G E PARKER
MISS SPENCER INFORMS/AND WILL YOU
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ESTABLISHING A M lF O R YOUR SERVICES,
CHAIR FOR SAME/ A l — 1 M R .S H O R E ?
OLIVER, WAIT UNTIL YOU HEAR
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THE FIRST PROFESSOR OF THE
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I WOULD EXPECT A MODEST ONE
...LIKE $ 3 0 ,0 0 0 A YEAR/ AND. I
SUSPECT, WE'D BE PERMITTED TO
LIVE HERE IN THE COTTAGE
INDEFINITELY/
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Place: Sacred Heart Church Base­
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Patricia Blvd. at Ingledew St.
White's Gloss
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HER SEARCH FOR THE VANISHEP LAPIN,
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By Stan Drake
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