Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 13, 1975 · Page 75
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July 13, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 75

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John J. McCioy, the distinguished American stateman who has held such positions in government and business as president of the World Bank, consultant to the Ford Foundation, and Assistant Secretary of War in 1941, will be interviewed by Eric Se- vareid at 6 p.m., today on CBS-TV. STOREWIDE 'Union in Space' worthwhile ] RECORD SALE! MEET THE PRESS: Alexander Solzhenitsyn Nobel Prize-winning author and Soviet dissident, will be interviewed, live from New York, by program moderator Lawrence E. Spivak, and a panel of reporters. 12:30 p.m NBC. O ® ® © ® · TENNIS CLASSIC: The features of the hour are a quarter-final match between Rod Laver and Alex Metreveli, and "Pressure Point" match between Pam Teagarden and Nancy Gunter. 4:30 p.m. CBS. O (Z) *· WORLD TENNIS CLASSIC: The Mixed Doubles Final will be broadcast. 4:30 p.m. ABC. (B® ' ' · ' »*' · CONVERSATION WITH ERIC SEVAREID: (Premiere). CBS correspondent Eric Sevareid, himself a veteran journalist of world affairs for more than 30 years, opens this series of conversations featuring prominent personalities on the world scene, with the first of a two- part conversation with 80-year-old John J. McCioy. The distinguished Mr. McCioy, diplomat-lawyer and businessman, who has held such public office as Assistant Secretary of War from 1941-1943; High Commissioner of Germany; was present at the summit meeting in Casablanca, Cairo and Potsdam; and participated in the formation of the United Nations; spends the hour talking about the era of "the great war" - World War II. 6 p.m. CBS. OCZ) KOJAK: "Two-Four-Six for Two- Hundred." (Repeat). There's a rare bit of humor in. this puzzler that gives the episode a decided lift. When a clever thief (Dick O'Neill) botches an attempt to steal a painter's truck Kojak's antenna goes up. The bald detective becomes more and more baffled over the thief's behavior, the painter's truck that moves about,.and a lawyer who prefers to have his thief in jail. The plot has all sorts of twists and turns, and the pests--Robert Loggia, O'Neill, and Rose Marie -all add flavor. 8:30 p.m. CBS. O (Z) MCMILLAN AND WIFE: "Night Train to L.A." (Repeat). Nothing spectacular -- just a good competent version of the movie hit, "Murder on the Orient Express." McMillan (Rock Hudson) has to find the murderer in a train full of cops bound for convention in Los Angeles You may solve the mystery long before the end, but the characters and the atmosphere are interesting. 8:30 p.m. NBC. O ® ® 32)13) *· · MASTERPIECE THEATER: "Upstairs, Downstairs." "What the Footman Saw." (Repeat). What a mess of pottage our playful little footman Edward finds himself in tonight. In fact, the whole episode is somewhat messy, dealing as it does with a divorce case in which Edward's evidence, procured by underhanded methods, would be used in court against a promising young politician and would destroy the man's career. Such subjects as tact, loyalty, truth and discretion are bandied about not only by lawyers, but also by Richard Bellamy, until all meaning seems forfeit. As interesting as it is confusing. 8:30 p.m. PBS. O CD -·-·· SPECIAL. "Union in Space." This pre-launch special about the joint American-Soviet a space mission that will be covered line on television beginning Tuesday, July 15th, provides a capusle history of the successes and tragedies of our space flights as well as those of the Russians. In addition, it is worthwhile for the opportunity it gives us_ of meeting our American crew as they visit the Soviet Cosmonauts, and compare our space crafts with theirs and then play host to the Soviet crew at Cape Canaveral. The hour, therefore serves as a fitting introduction to the historic joint space mission upcoming. 9:30 p.m. ABC. O CD *· FIRING LINE: "The Ozone Controversy" William F. Buckley's guests are Russell Peterson, chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality; Richard Scorer, a British scientist and author of "Pollution in the Air"; and Professor Michael McElry of Harvard's Department of Atmospheric Science. 9:30 p.m. PBS. 8 CD July 14TH thru 31 ST. RECORD SHOP Buy 1st Album or 8 Track at Regular Price AT [ / 2 PRICE ALL LP's-8 TRACK- CASSITTISIM STOCK! ·ROCK tEASY LISTENING ·CLASSICAL ·SPOKEN WORD ·GOSPEL ·COUNTRY DOWNTOWN 713 LEE ST. OPENMON.tnU.719F.M. ·SHOW TtME:Mri3:t97!)' ST. ALBANS 54 MAIN ST. «»^i^^w* CHARLESTON, W. VA. 3s

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