Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 72
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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 72

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'60Minutes* gets new time slot MEET THE PRESS. Live from Boston where the U.S. Conference of Mayors is being held, "Meet the Press" offers this special hour-long edition of the series, during which «, six of the nation's leading mayors will be interviewed. The participating mayors are: Joseph L. Alioto of San Francisco, chairman of the conference; Kevin H. White of Boston, host of the conference; Wes Uhlman of Seattle; Coleman A. . Young of Detroit; Fred Hofheinz of Houston; and Richard E. Carver of Peoria. Lawrence E. Spivak will moderate the discussion, and the following reporters will interview the mayors: Grace Basset of the Hearst Newspapers; Bill Monroe of NBC News; Martin Nolan and David S. Broder. 12 Noon NBC. O 0)®© »· ISSUES AND ANSWERS. Live from Washington, Secretary of Defense James Schlesinger will be interviewed by ABC correspondents Bob Clark and Frank Tomlinson. 1:30 p.m. ABC.QGD + TENNIS CLASSIC. It's Tom Okker vs. Andh Pattison in a first- round match of the tournament, plus a "Pressure Point" entry featuring Kris Kemmer Shaw vs. Lesley Hunt. 4:30 p.m. CBS. O CD Wateit for These THE BEST OF EVENING AT POPS. (Repeat). Arthur Fielder is 'on the podium leading his Boston Pops Orchestra in a special July 4th program.which is worth a repeat tonight. Tune in for Copland's "Fanfare for the Common Man"; Gaofe's "Sunrise" and "On the Trail" from his "Grand Canyon Suite"; Copland's "Hoe-Down" from "Rodeo"; and last but far from least, special guest Leroy Anderson, pops composer-arranger and songwriter, conducting some of the songs he wrote including "Blue Tango." 7:30 p.m. PBS. (B WORLD TENNIS CLASSIC. It's the men's singles final broadcast here today, with Bjora Borg and Hie Nastase taking each other on. 4:30 p.m. ABC. OD® SPORTS SPECIAL. Horseracing fans are treated to a match race between the undefeated Ruffian and the Kentucky Derby winner Foolish Pleasure, from Belmont Park in Belmont, Long Island. 5:30 p.m. CBS. CO JOEY AND DAD. (Premiere). A musical father-daughter act featuring Long Island banker Ray Heatherton, musical comedy star of the '30s, and his sexy, pouting daughter Joey, opens tonight for a four-week summer stand. Dad dips into oldies like "Bye Bye Blackbird" while Joey takes care of the latest pep tunes. The show also leans heavily on comedy blackouts, and used the talents of "Mash's" Gary Burghoff. Marvin Miller steps out of the past to re-create Michael Anthony, the character who gave "The Millionaire's" money away." Henry Youngman appears for a moment leading a silly orchestra; Pat Paulsen offers his offbeat brand of social comment; and The .Captain Tennille pop up for the kids with "Love Will Keep Us Together." 7:30p.m. CBS. O CD KOJAK. "Close Cover Before Killing." (Repeat). Fans of the series will want to tune in for a show without guest stars - just Telly Savalas working on his strong points in a pretty fair plot. Certaina businessman has polished off his partner and set fire to his building, Kojak can't prove his theory. The major interest of the hour lies in Kojak's maneuvers to uncover an arson specialist, as well as his anger when frustrated. 8:30 p.m. CBS. O CD MASTERPIECE THEATER. "Upstairs, Downstairs." (Repeat). "Goodwill to All Men." Uneven, but nevertheless worthwhile entry. Christmas looms up at Eaton Place as a very quiet occasion, what with James and Hazel away on a trip, and old lady Southwold coming to spend the holiday with lonely Richard Bellamy. The best of the . hour is the appearance of octogenarian Cathleen Nesbit, perfectly marvelous as old Lady Southwold, wise and graceful in the circumst- ances. The least believable feature is the, visit made by Lady Southwold's 18-year-old step-granddaughter, Georgina, and her absurdly melodramatic interest in the household's new under housemaid, also aged 18. 8:30 p.m. PBS. · CD +· CBS NEWS. "60 Minutes." Note the new time period for CBS's fine magazine-of-the-air! Co-hosts Mike Wallace and Mortey Safer are on the job, of course, offering three reports of varied but absorbing interest. Opera star Beverly Sills is the subject of one filmed segment; Bobby Nester, the 15-year-old juvenile offender who hanged himself at a correctional facility in Camp Hill, Pa., is the object of a examination and concern in another; and Olympic Village in Clearwater, Fla., developed by J. Van Hall as a free training facility for Olympic athletes from all over the world, takes over the third segment of the hour. 9:30 p.m. CBS. O(D *· FIRING LIE. "Oil and the Arab Cause." William Buckley's guest is Dr. Farok Akhdar of Saudi Arabia. 9:30 p.m. PBS. O® Joey Heatherton teams with her father, Ray Heatherton, for music and comedy at 7:30 p.m., today on CBS-TV. KttUY REMODELIHC COMPAHY Serving West Virginio Since 1958 3701 West Washington St. Phone 744-4356 Charleston, West Ya. Blown Insulation Specialists Radio Classics Classical music scheduled to be broadcast over radio stations WTIP and WTIO-FM at 5 p.m. today includes "Chopin for a Summer Night" featuring the Hollywood Bowl Symphony Orchestra. At 10 p.m. the stations will present "America the Beautiful, The Heart of America in Poetry," with narration .by Vincent Price. "South Pacific," starring Mary Martin and Ezio Pinza, will be broadcast at 10:30 p.m. This Week at Sunrise Charleston's center of arts and education is open to the public free Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday 2 to 5 p.m., closed Monday. Art Gallery "Twelfth Annual Rental Gallery Exhibition" will open July 11. Children's Museum Ancient Greece, Galaxy Room, Live Animals and Fish, Hall Fea. tures, Stamp Club Collections, Hapgood Doll House, Antique Study Club, Winnie the Pooh, and Animals in Art. Garden Center Fern Exhibit. Planetarium "The UFO's," Part II at 3 p.m., July 6; "The Current Sky" at 1:30 p.m., July 9. Special Events Adventures in the Outdoors, July 7 to 11, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Beaded Flower Workshop at 1 p.m., July 9. Storytelling at 10 a.m., July 10. I- - StMW r TIME;.July 6r-1975 ::::::.--';·- Year-Round Savings Comfort Insulate with Thermtron Insulation Thermtron has been a leader in developing insulation products that are more efficient and easier to use. Thermtron Wood-Fiber is designed to be machine installed as loose fill insulation above T-bar ceilings, attic spaces, and other similar applications! This insulation is also designed to be injected into wall sections of homes, buildings and industrialized housing applications. .MOISTURE RESISTANT .FRE RESISTANT · SAFE TO HANDLE Save as Much as 30%.. 50% « Your Air Conditioning and Heating Cost. Call Collect from out-of-town 744-4356 Free Estimates Cheerfully Given m^mmm CHARLESTON, W. VA. 3s ··.· · , \t · \ 1 \ V- I.'!..J I

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