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Â· CDFac Â· Lighthouse 3) Rex Humbard D Auto Test 12:30 Â· 3) 99 92 (B) Meet the Press Â· Thinking Black CD Bonanza ^ - B World of Tomorrow 1:000 Virgil Ward 0 Issues Answers O Third Testament 3) Victory CD Washington Week 1:30 O 3) 99 92 9S Grandstand O CD NBA Basketball 0 Sportsman's Friend 3) 700 Club CD Consumer Survival 2:00 0 3) 99 92 Q) Italian Tennis 0 Medix OOnedinyne CD Opera Theater , 2:300 Town Topics 3:00 O Rivals of Sherlock Holmes 0 Theater ThisWeek at Sunrise Charleston's center of arts and education is open to the public from Tuesday through Saturday 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Sunday 2 to 5 p. m. The Sunrise complex and all offices will be closed Monday, May 31 for the Memorial Day Holiday. Art Gallery Preparatory studies for masterpieces of American paintings. . Duo-Artist Exhibition: paintings by Willy Lecomte and grpahics by Gerard Gaudean of Blgium Selected works of art in the Rental and Sales Gallery by Paul Klein ofDunbar. ' ChiMroi'i Mnevm Five Simple Machines, Mars Viking, Grandma's Attic, Live Animals and Fish, Hapgood Doll House, Hall features. The Garta Carter Mini exhibit in Garden Center by Old Fort Garden Club. Last showing today. Bonsai exhibit by Mrs. Kennedy Rippetoe Ptaetutaa Current Sky, Wednesday, June 2, 1:30 a. m. Kingdom of the Sun, Sunday, May 30, 3 p. m. Special Evats "Edible Wild Plants" by Mrs. Delmer Robinson, 1 p. m. Friday, June 4. No charge. Story telling, 10 a. m. Saturday, June 5. 3) Directions 3:300 Apollo Presents 3) 92 98 Grandstand 99 Outdoors 3) Issues Answers 4:00 3) Bowling 99 Furniture Care O Modern TV (3) Wrestling 0 Memorial Golf .CD Movie 0 NFL Action 3) Medix Â» Let's Garden _ (D Mister Rogers 4:30 0 CD Tennis Classic 99 Va. Commonwealth 92 Indy Parade O French Chef d) Sesame Street 5:00 O College For Canines O Movie QD NFL Action:'-' ; 99 Death Valley 93) Where We Come From 5:30 09 Guppies to Groupers d) Auto Test 3) Dragnet 99 Sports Challenge " Evening . 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Repass 11:30 Â· Star Trek 3) Inspiration O Â· 92 Movie CD Virginian Â· Ironside . 9S Rock Concert 11:45Â® Hour of Prayer 12:00 (9 Janaki By Jay Frederkki Letter here signed "Faithful Reader" inquires, among other things, what the chances are of a local station carrying "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," the syndicated Norman Lear soap opera parody. Right off the top of my head I'd say the chances range from slim to non-existent. Most of the stations that do carry "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," run it after the 11 p.m. news, which would mean, around here, that it would replace one of the commercial-cluttered, very lucrative late movies. And I can't see WSAZ, WCHS or WOWK throwing off a tried and true movie in favor of an untested quantity like "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman." I've never seen the show but it does have a first rate cast. Reviews from areas in which the program does appear range from the ecstatic to vitriolic attacks. I've read that "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" is the greatest thing in television since the invention of compatible color and I've also read that it's a crashing bore. The only way we'll ever find out for ourselves is if one of the stations around here picks the program up but, as I say, don't hold ;your breath^The same goes for NBC's four-Emmy winning comedy series, "Saturday Night" that WSAZ-TV ignores. No one yet has explained to my satisfaction why WSAZ won't pick up "Saturday Night" especially since the station now runs old movies*all night on Saturday. Same reader also wonders if WCHS is going to pick up "Rhoda'I and "Phyllis" at their proper hours next season. Who knows? 1 have read, though; that the producers of "Rhoda" have decided that marriage wasn't good for their heroine so they're going to dissolve the union between Rhoda and her television husband." . "Rhoda! was conceived," said one of. the executives responsible for the decision, "as a show about a single career girl. Well, we made a mistake. We let her get married and all at once we had 'I Love Â·Lucy' all over again. 'I Love Lucy' was a good show, for its time, but it wasn't what we really wanted. So we're correcting our error." As I understand it, it will be an amicable separation and the actor who plays Rhoda's husband still will turn up from time to time in the series. But Rhoda will be free again; Rhoda also is losing her mother. Nancy Walker, who has played Mrs. Morgenstern for several years, is getting a show of her own on ABC next season. Of course, if that doesn't work out she can always go back to Rhoda. Rhoda's marriage isn't the only one going pf-f-f-t on the tube, by the .way. Susan St. James is being re- mcved from the "McMillan and Wife" segment of the NBC Sunday Mystery Movie. Rock Hudson will go it alone under a new title, "McMillan." And Barnard Hughes who plays "Doc" on the situation comedy series of the same name is to be a widower in the fall. The writers are killing off Mrs. Doc who decided that she wasn't happy about the direction the show was taken which would have meant smaller roles for her. Another reader writes, as follows: _ ,-.. . , Â·Â·"While.it. is a nice public service, is it really necessary for WTIP- WTIO to utilize both its AM and FM channels every year to report the progress of the school bus trips to Washington, D.C.? I am certain that the parents of the children involved could get the information on the children and'the return of the buses on the AM channel alone and the FM channel could be given over to music, without interruption for bus reports. Furthermore, isn't there an FCC ruling which, makes it mandatory that AM and FM programming be different? Except for Sunday mornings', WTIP and WTIO are exactly the same." I think the suggestion about restricting the bus trip reports to the AM channel, is a good one. As for the FCC ruling, however, I think it affects only stations with a more powerful signal than WT1P-WTIO. 3O Minutes With Louis Rukeyser Sunday 6:OOPM May 30 May 90.'1976; Sunday Gazette-Mail.