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[[stamp]] TAMPA Feb 26 2 830 PM 1946 FLA [[/stamp]]

[[stamp]] PENALTY FOR PRIVATE USE TO AVOID PAYMENT OF POSTAGE $300
BUY WAR SAVING BONDS AND STAMPS [[/stamp]]

Mrs. Harriet Junkins,
4 South Whitehall Blvd.,
Garden City, L.I


Friday
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
legedly forced out. A counter suit has been filed. Judge: Joseph A. Wapner.
11 MORE REAL PEOPLE WACD CG15
A salute to Veterans Day includes WWII glider pilots; men who guard the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
12 BARNEY MILLER-Comedy
Conclusion. Luger drops in just in time to see Harris's erotic movie.
13 THREE's COMPANY-Comedy
Chrissy (Suzanne Somers) is mistaken for a prostitute in a cheap bar.
41 TIC TAC DOUGH-Game 
46 MUPPET SHOW-Variety
Numbers by guest Judy Collins in-clude "Send In the Clowns."
ESN SPORTSCENTER
NIK ADVENTURES OF BLACK BEAUTY
USA SPORTS PROBE
WGN JEFFERSONS-Comedy
WOR BENNY HILL-Comedy

7:35
17 ANDY GRIFFITH-Comedy BW
Trouble ensues when Andy arrests a newspaper publisher (Roy Roberts).
Barney: Don Knotts. Jean: Ruta Lee.

8PM
2 9 24 BENSON (CC)
Danny Thomas plays the well-liked mansion gardener who has the entire

NOVEMBER 12, 1982
PRIME-TIME CHART IS ON A-174
36 MOVIE-Comedy
"The Big Bus." (1976) This spoof of disaster-movie clich├ęs centers on the zany maiden run of a nuclear-powered bus. Joseph Bologna, Stockard Channing, John Beck. (2 hrs.)
46 MOVIE-Science Fiction
"Zardoz." (English; 1973) Imaginative sets and visual effects highlight writer-director John Boorman's film about a wasteland society in the year 2293. Zed: Sean Connery. (2hrs.)
61 MOVIE-Drama
"Friendly Persuasion." (1956) William Wyler's beautifully made film about an Indiana Quaker family in the 1860s. Gary Cooper. (2 hrs.)
ESN NFL GAME OF THE WEEK
If the NFL strike continues, alternate football programming airs here.
NIK LIVEWIRE-Teen-agers
SHO MOVIE-Drama
"Ordinary People." (1980) R: Strong language, adult themes. Oscar-winning story of a family trying to cope with the death of a son. Mary Tyler Moore. (2 hrs.)
USA BOXING
Featured: Mark Medal vs. Steve Mi-
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