Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 74
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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 74

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Wateh forthese Monday MAUDE. (Repeat). A famed psychic predicts that Maude will marry for a fifth time. 9 p.m. CBS. O® SWAT. (Repeat). "The Steel Plated Security Blanket." Three men seize two beauty pageant contestants in an atttempt to steal valuable jewelry. 9 p.m. ABC. 0 QC are called in to investigate. 10 p.m. ABC. 0 3) MEDICAL CENTER. (Repeat). "Saturday's Child." To save the life of a young runaway, Dr. Gannon shields her from authorites. 10 p.m. CBS. O(E RHODA. (Repeat). Rhoda thinks she may be pregnant, but she isn't sure enough to tell Joe, especially when he comes home with the news that his business is facing an economic squeeze. 9:30 p.m. CBS. Qffl CAR1BE. (Repeat). "Lady Killer." After the wife of a senator is accused of murder and then of attempting suicide, Ben and Mark Movies Monday "HEAD," (1968) * * 11:30 p.m., O 2) The Monkees (remember them?) cavorting through a harebrained series of plotless incidents. They camp it up to please their devotees. The cast includes Victor Mature, Annette Funicello, Timothy Carey, Vito Scotti and female impersonater T. C. Jones. SWIMMING POOLS -1975 DIVE! DON'T DRIVE IN 75 " BUOWCROUHD COMPLETELY INSTALLED Freda Cooper and the Personalities will appear at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, July 10 at the St. Albans Town Fair. Forthcoming events at Blossom 9 75 Nt, 40 It. 120II. 18 It. DEEP IKT. $5295.00 34 ft. K 19 ft. x 8 H. DEEP KIMEY $4895.00 32 ft. x 16 ft. 18 ft. DEEP RECT. $4295.00 PoohliKl.-Ftt DWT.tOttRSftP-III^ROUIID.STEttWlllLVIllTl $ ILMER POOL PM. niTER-.2»v»ft.ii6Vi«7ft.DEEP . By Martha Smith Soft rock, soul, folk, jazz, rhythm and blues and the classical masterpieces. All this and more - opera, in fact -- are being offered at Blos- som'75. · ' · · ' Blossom '75 is, of course, the summer home of the Cleveland Orchestra, located at 1145 West Steels Corners Rd., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio (just outside Cleveland.) ___ And, although tfie-season is well under way, many extraordinary fine musical events are still in store. Charleston area music lovers are always eager to seek out quality concerts, so here is a schedule of forthcoming attractions at Blossom '75. Festival concerts -- classical music under the stars - will feature the Cleveland Orchestra under the direction of Lorin Maazel and seven internationally renowned guest conductors. Scheduled concerts all beginning at 7:30 p.m. include: July 11 and 12 with conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky of the USSR; July 18 and 19 with Edo de Waart, music director of the Rotterdam Philharmonic; July 25 and 26 with French conductor Jacques Delacote; July 27 with American conductor Morton Gould; Aug. 1 and 2 with English conductor Andrew Davis; Aug. 3 with American conductor Christopher Keene; Aug. 8 and 9 with Cleveland assistant conductor Mathias Bamert; Aug. 10 with Italian conductor Gaetano On the lighter side, the following anticipated annual series of opera concerts are planned: today - performances at Blossom Solfer^ and Rita c'ool- · Ticket idge with Billy Swan; Tuesday - teined by Ray McKinley and the Glenn Miller Music Center at the Cuyahoga orchestra, Ray Eberle, Paula Kelly Falls address. and the Modernaires; Wednesday MH.stlfli IN S STOCK D NOWSAVE! and Thursday - James Taylor, Phoebe Snow. July 14 and 15 - the Carpenters; July 17 - "Scott Joplin's Red Back Book" with the New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble directed by Gunther Schuller; July 20 -- Serendipity Sunday with a 6 p.m. concert by the Blossom Festival Band; July 23 -Judy Collins; July 29 - Gladys Knight and the Pips; July 30 and 31 - Three Dog Night; Aug. 5 - Ferrante and Teicher. Aug. 6.- Bobby Vinton; Aug. 12 - Linda Ronstadt; Aug. 13 - Rod --McKuen, Aug. 19 and 20 -- Seals a TERMITES SWARMING? FREE INSPECTION CALL 925-6624 STANDARD EXTERMINATING COMPANY, INC. 5MSIttCinblw.SJE. WE ALSO BULD CONCRETE BOTTOM POOLS HOTELS-MOTELS-HOUSIM DEVELOPMENTS WILL DUILD TO YOUR SPKff KATIOMS-CALL NOW FIBERGLASS WALLS-STEEL WALLS POOLS NOW ON DISPLAY. CALL FOR EARLY INSTALLATION WARRIOR SWIMMING POOL CO. 2141 MoeCORKLEAVE.ST.AlBANSW.VA. PHONE722-253lor727-9363 MY«rHTI Croft; Aug. 21 Earth, Wind and Fire, Labelle; Aug. 26 - Harry Chapin; Aug. 27 Helen Reddy and Barry Manilow, Aug. 28 -T Sha Na Na; Sept. 1 at 7:30 p.m. - salute to Labor Day with the Blossom Festival Band and fireworks display; Sept. 5 Rufus; Sept 6 -- America. The summer program's piece de resistance will be a performance at 8 p.m. Aug. 16 of George Gershwin's "Porgy and Bess." Maazel will conduct the Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus and a star-studded : to be revealed) in a full- r ^ XI ALUMINUM SIDING WE COVER ALL TRIM AND OVERHANG FREE window facing and sills covered with purchase of 10 or more windows HMMK Sq. Ft. Installed REMODELING ·ROOM ADDITIONS ·GARAGES ·ROOFS ·ENCLOSED PORCHES ·KITCHENS ·BATHROOMS ETC. CALL NOW! SAVE with Maazel. umental work. It is the first of an ALUMINUM BUILDING PRODUCTS CORP. 41MacCorkleAve. nil TOl.QOfiQ ",,', ;* Alknnc W.Va. rll. ItfaJUJ NII CHARLES-WIN* M o:s

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