Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 72
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 72

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 16, 1972
Page 72
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TUESDAY ·^^ OAK MILL It U WOAY-TV · · MCCtS CHAKtlStON WCHS-IV CIS . WHIS-TV NSC ClAKKSEUKG WBOY-TV CBS NBC HJNTINGTON WSA2-TV NBC «OANO«t WDJB.IV CBS WTAP-IV CBS INllNCtOtJv VHTN-IV 1 GRANOVIEW wswp.iv MSEEN | MUNIINGION ·WMUl-TV .Ul-TV / S^EIN/ Entley offers valley residents soft music July 18 £0 O Dating Game Q Q Guiidng Light MORNING 6:30 Q Bible Answers Q Town Crier |0 Today on Farm «:45 Q Com Cob 7:00 Q Q £0 SB £0 Today 0 Q News £0 Rocky Q Religion 7:30 0 Sleepy Jeffers £0 Jeff's Collie Farm 8:00 £0 Zoo Revue 0 Q Q Kangaroo 8:30 £0 Jack LaLanne 9:00 0 Bess Myerson £0 Peyton Place Q You 0 0 O Rornper Rm. £0 Virginia Graham £0 Jack LaLanne £0 Phil Dcnahue 9:30 0 Consequences Q Coffee Break £0 Flintstones Q Films O Artie Levin 0 Phil Donahue £0 One Life 10:00 0 Q £0 £0 £Q Dinah's Place £0 Van Dyke Q America Sings O Lucy 10:30 0 Q Q3 CD CD Concentration 0 My Three Sons . O Hillbillies £0 Split Second O Religion 11:00 0OtQ£B£0 Sale 0 O Family Affair £0 Love American Style O Friends, Neighbors 11:30 0Q£Qe0C0 Hollywood Squares £0 Q Bewitched 0 Q Love Hi Life 3.00 Another World £0 Q General Hospital 3:30 0 Q CD (003 Return to Peyton Place £0 Jeff's Collie Q Gne Life 0 O Secret Storm 4:00 Q Mr. Cartoon Q Batman Q My Sons (0 Flintstones Q Perry Mason Q Love American Style £Q£0 Somerset (Q Merv Griffin 68 Q Sesame Street 4:30 (0 Password 0 O Virginian 0 Green A^es O Movie © Jeff's Collie £0 Andy Griffith 5:00 0 Wagon Train £0 Maverick O Big Valley £0 High Chaparral O© Misterogers £0 Dick Van Dyke 5:30 Q © Electric Co. £0 Marshall Dillon £0 What's My Line By Martha Smith Bob Entley is a man who appreciates the fine things in life. i So he surrounds himself with beautiful things. . . a luxurious automobile, a fantastically furnished home and good-looking women. Most importantly, he is a connoisseur of fine music. His radio station, WKLC in St. Albans, plays a style of contemporary sound which is very gentle on the ear. You'll never ever hear any blaring acid rock or anything approaching it coming from the station. In one ear . .. EMPIRE DINER "Famous for-Good Food" 194 Summers Street Bob Entley has something you see only rarely these days. He has good taste. Everything around him reflects that good taste. That's why he has set such high standards for his station which has earned an outstanding reputation. "We play the Carpenters as opposed to the Rolling Stones," he says simply. "We play what is popular and selling well but is a softer' sound." To his listeners' everlasting gratitude, Entley's station does not feature a bunch of epithet- mouthing young disc jockeys. Instead, very little introductory dialogue is used between songs. The music is simply allowed to play and work its effect without embellishment. I can say without fear of c o r r e c t i o n that almost everyone who frequents the downtown nightspots or the concerts or Broadway play EVENING AFTERNOON 8:00 0 0 Q 0 Q £0 £Q £0 News £0 Dream of Jeannie SB Yoga Q Lipreading 6:30 0 Q Walter Cronkit* £0 News QD Chess Q Psychology 7:00 0 Green Acres 00 Nashville Music £0 © Consequences £0 Griffith- 0 My Line £0 Farmer's Daughter Q Rex and Eleanor 3D Insight Q Chowder 7:30 0 0 £0 £0 £0 Ponderosa 0 O Jerry Reed £0 Q Mod Squad 6B Masterpiece Theater Q Saga INQUIRE ABOUT OUR MOBILE HOME LOANS fee MERCHANTS, MONTGOMERY, W. VA. ····«·· ······················ ·· ········· jrf series knows Bob Entley. He is a large man, and fills the room with his jovial laughter and a certain warm presence. You'll very often find him with a sweet little gray-haired 1 lady who always receives VIP treatment. She is his mother and if there is somewhere she wants to go or a show she wants to see, you can bet she'll be there. Although almost everyone knows Bob as a big-hearted, generous man who is enjoying his share of success, only a few know of the tremendous amount of talent he has. A graduate of Cornell University (science major), Bob Entley studied voice seven years and piano 12. The console Hammond organ which he plays for friends visiting in Ms home TV Movies Tuesday "Eyes of Charles Sand," 8:30 p.m., £0 Q with Barbara Rush and Peter Haskell. "Our Mother's House," 11:30 p.m., 0 with Dirk Bogarde. "Cash McCall," (i960) * : % 11:30 p.m., £0 with James Garner and Natalie Wood. "Captain's Table," (1959) **'£, 11:30 p.m., Q with John Gregson and Peggy Cummings. 12:00 0 Q f D Jtupardy 0 Oblinger £0 News Q Password O Where the Heart Is 12:30 0O £g Who, What, Where 0 Q Search Q Split Second £0 £0 News 1:00 0 News 0 Divorce Court £0 Q All My Children £0 £0 Watch Your Child 0 £Q Somerset Q Panorama 1:30 0 Q £Tj) £ft £0 Three On a Match 0O As World Turns £0 Q Let's Deal 2:00 Days of Lives £Q Q Newlywed Game 0 Q Splendored Thing 2:30 Doctors Playhouse 0 O Hawaii Five-0 £0 Q "Eyes of Charles Sand" © O Evening at Pops Good Vibrations 0 Q Cannon ! §B Handsful of Ashes | O Saga j 10:00 £0Q Marcus Welby SD Firing Line 10:30 0 Comment Q Peyton Place £0 Year 2000 £0 Community Report £0 Racing 0 Arthur Smith Q Dialogue O Doin' It 11:00 00 £0| News Tonight 4s 0 "Our Mother's House" O "Captain's Table" £9 "Cash McCall" Q Dick Cavett CHARLESTON, W. VA. ABOVE GROUND SWIMMING POOLS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! PHONE 768-480T Choose From Sizes: 12'Diameter Pools to 24' Diameter Pools 15'x30'Oval Pools to 18'x33'Oval Pools Specialties SWIMMING POOLS 5701MacCorkleAve.,S.W. SOUTH CHARLESTON, W. VA. k n o w s the professional touch. He plays and sings beautifully. In fact, in the early days of the Light Opera Guild, Entley sang "I'm Called Little Buttercup" in "HMS Pinafore." His falsetto voice and mincing demeanor brought down the house. He's a guy with a thousand voices, imitating the thick accent of the backwoods farmer, a swishy Midnight Cowboy and many local radio personalities. He was part of the motley crew who used to work at old station WGKV (now WKAZ.) His compatriots were Hugh McPherson, Joe Ferris and Tom Murphy and the tricks they played on each other were tests of ability to keep a show rolling ... sometimes under lots of stress. Repeated attempts to beg Bob Entley into returning to the stage or to shame him into it by decrying the waste of that resonant, melodic voice have failed. ·: . so far. But Bob Entley continues to do his share toward providing Charleston music lovers with a quality sound. And he continues to support the performing arts, seldom missing a performance. Maybe soon a role or show will come along which he really likes and once again we can enjoy a fine voice and a natural stage presence which Bob Entley has kept hidden for too long. * * * MUSICAL NOTES: The Morris Harvey College variety show took in a little more than $100 in donations and played to three nights of a packed tent. . . A very exciting summer program training schoolchildren in the various arts is going on at Piedmont School. . . SURE 'N I'M BRINGIN' YOU THE GREEN! I'm 0. Howie Hustles, t h e lasl- action Gazelle-Mail Classified Ad t h a t means more ol' i h u t spending green to your family. 1 quickly sell your no lunger used f u r n i t u r e , a p p l i a n c e s , tools-even shillelaghs to cash buyers. Dial 3 48 48 48' to put me to work for you. You'll be d a n c i n g an Irish jig when you see all the extra monev you have. SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL

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