The Daily News Leader from Staunton, Virginia on November 18, 1979 · 54
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The Daily News Leader from Staunton, Virginia · 54

Staunton, Virginia
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Sunday, November 18, 1979
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10 ' Stiiintoii,V.'Wi-tir; Sunday ,'No. ii ii ii mi iiiiumniumiuuiiiimiuiuiULP 6:00 Q NBC Pro Football Game: Already In Progress 0 I Love Lucy Q WTVR News CEOOONews. Weather, Sports CB ABC News B Once Upon A Classic 3) Cav alier's Sideline 6:30 Q Andy Griffith Show 0 QTJ News, Weather, Sports O ABC News Q9 Six Thirty Movie g Cavalier Sideline Over Easy 7:00 Q CHiPs (DB) O NBC News 0 Happy Days Again 0 0 News (T) P.M. Magazine Q ABC News SI Tic Tac Dough 5 NBC News Q5) Stuanton Closeup 80 MAS'H B Country Music Spectacular QD Phil Donahue J) Dick Cavett 7:30 Q Hollywood Squares 0 MASH 0 All In The Family O Tic Tac DouSh d) MASH 0 P.M. Magazine 0 PM Magazine BE) Tic Tac Dough (TO) Democracy In Action (B Happy Days, Again ffi) MacNeil-Lehrer Report NOW ISA GOOD TIME TO BUY A NEW HOME IN BEAUTIFUL GREEN SPRING VALLEY OR GLEN BURNIE REALTOR MUD & WW HI 4 tire wa Will I I.I ! i H LJ t P-HirttfrKflrfclfliaH U.S. 250 East, Staunton;St.tol 885-8141 JMS, 17 IUUUUUUI Ttyirsay Evening 31 Old House Works 8:00 OOOffiLaverne and Shirley: Comedy series starring Penny Marshall and Cindv Williams. O CD CD Buck Rogers in the 25th Century: "Cosmic Whiz Kid" Gary Coleman guests as the president of an alien planet. The female bodyguard of the kidnapped president appeals to Buck to rescue the leader from a gangster, who is holding him for ransom. (60 min) 0 Jacques Cousteau Q CD O The Waltons: Olivia works at the American Red Cross in the hopes of learning more about her son John-Boy, who is reported missing in action during WW II. (60 min) Battle of the Brains Q) Evening at Symphony 8:30 0 Q 0 1 CB Benson: Robert Guillaume stars as Benson, the popular butler from "Soap," who has agreed to help Gov. Gatling and his young daughter, katie, settle into the executive mansion as a favor to Jessica Tate, the governor's cousin. ffi World At War 9:00 0OOCE) Barney Miller: Comedy series starring Hal Linden and Ron Glass. OCBCBBDQuincy: Jack Klugman stars in this dramatic series as a medical examiner. (60 min) 0 Merv Griffin: Merv leads a big parade on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City. Merv, in a rolling chair pushed by three lovely girls, leads the parade which includes the Philadelphia Mummers. Q CD 0 CBS Movie Special: "Letters From Frank" Art Carney stars in this comedy drama about a newspaper executive who resents his forced retirement. (2 hrs) Q) Upstairs, Downstairs 9:30 0QOCE) Soap: Episode 55 Comedy series starring Billy Crystal and Diana Canova. Darden and Tuck SNOW Any 13" 2W Any 14" or 15" 2$5295 No Trade-In Needed Includes Mounting, Balancing, FET 10:00 O O O (B 20-20: Hugh Downs is the host of this informative news program which covers a variety of topics. (60 min) OOD (BOD Kate Loves a Mystery: "A Chilling Surprise" The co-owner of a posh new restaurant mysteriously disappears moments from apparently being fatally stricken and Kate's investigation makes her suspicious of the missing man's unfaithful wife and his partner, who was having an affair with her. (60 min) 0 Ten O'clock News g) Jim Tait Show 3) Love for Lydia 10:30 Country Music Spectacular 11:00 0QQDGDO OQDSBCBQDNews, Weather, Sports 0 MASH 3) MacNeii-Lehrer Report 11:30 QQOffi Police Woman: "Death Game" (60 min) Off) IBS) Tonight Show: With host Johnny Carson. (90 min) 0 Odd Couple 0 CD CBS Late Movie: "Columbo: Murder Under Glass" Peter Falk. Louis Jourdan guests as a food critic who uses his power to blackmail restaurants in exchange for a favorable review. "Banacek: Rocket to Oblivion" George Peppard. Andrew Prine guests as the inventor of a tiny, revolutionary rocket engine that disappears from its display case at an exposition center, (repeat) 0The Movies: "Cheyene Social Club" James Stewart. 12:00 0 Perry Mason Priced From $399 Finally he It's taken character actor Sorrell Booke a long time to gain nationwide recognition as an actor, but the road to stardom has been an exciting one. Sorrell, who's in his mid-fifties, finally 'made it' in his portrayal of . Boss Hogg on CBS-TV's hit series, "The Dukes of Hazzard." It seems that those Duke cousins Luke, Bo and Daisy never let up in their campaign to frustrate and outwit the country's corrupt system, headed by Boss Hogg and his pawn, Sheriff Rosco Coltrane. Sorrell is a native of Buffalo, N.Y., and it was there that he started his acting career on radio when he was just six years old. At 16, he entered Columbia University in New York City, where he studied for a bachelor's degree along with performing in Shakespearean dramas with the drama club. At 19, he entered Yale School of Drama as a directing major. He remained for three years, then acted in summer stock in Province-town, Mass. Booke then returned to Columbia in 1952 after receiving his master's degree and before joining the armed forces. On his return to civilian life, he got his first Off Broadway play, "The White Devil," and, simultaneously, his first television part, in "Omnibus." He made his Broadway debut in "The Sleeping Prince," and has subsequently appeared in over 100 plays, utilizing his versatility in dialects as well as his acting skill. A television part in "Route 66" took Sorrell to Hollywood for the 12:30 0OO(E) Baretta: "Who Killed Cock Robin?" While Tony searches for a man suspected of assaulting a topless dancer, the man abducts her with the intentions of permanently silenc FOR PEOPLE WHO'D RATHER HAVE A FEW PIECES OF GREAT FURNITURE THAN A HOUSEFUL OF MEDIOCRE. If you enjoy nice things, you'll enjoy owning a Ridgeway Floor Clock. Ridgeways combine the best of the Old and New Worlds in one distinctive piece of furniture. The movements and chimes are as precise as Germany's Black Forest clocksmiths can make them. The cabinetry is the product of skilled Virginia craftsmen. And they come in a wide variety of styles, finishes and colors to fit every home, including yours. Visit our Ridgeway Gallery today. You're sure to find the one that'll fit your budget. And your sense of style. i). , luaaewaii wm BflBim) 110 Wist Bmrliy Strut (NextToLeggett) '8. xmade it7 SORRELL BOOKE first time. He has since acted in over 150 television series from "Soap" to "What's Happening!" He has also performed in about 20 motion pictures, among them are "What's Up Doc?" and "Freaky Friday." In the series, you seldom see Boss Hogg without that huge white Stetson hat. "But, when Sorrell takes that hat off, there's very little of his brown hair left. But he doesn't mind. Unique Special Offer For TV Showtime Readers! Send us a self-addressed, stamped envelope and we will send you a wallet-size photograph of SORRELL BOOKE by return mail . . . FREE! SEND TO: STAUNTON NEWS LEADER SORRELL BOOKE P.O. BOX 1451 HOPEWELL, VA. 23860. (ACT NOW. SUPPLY LIMITED.) ing the victim, (repeat, 60 min) 1:00 ODD IB Tomorrow: With host Tom Snyder. (60 min) 0 Mission: Impossible 2:00 0 Journey To Adventure CREDIT TERMS OF COURSE OPEN FRUITS TILL 1:30 J- 5 J

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