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June 8 CHARLESTON WCHS-IV CBS HUNTINGTON W S A Z T V N B C HUNTING TON WHTN TV ABC BLUEREID WHIS-TV NSC ROANOKE WDJB-TV CSS RQANOKE WSLS TV NBC CLARKbBURG WBOY-TV NBC I PARKF5SBURG I W T A P - T V I NBC HUNTtNGTON WMUL-TV PBS-EEN GRANOVIEW WSWP-TV PBS-EEN Morning 6:30 Â® Now (B Kentucky Afield 7:00 Â© Insight O Treehouse Club CD In Touch 7:30 O Saturday Report Â© Uncle Hank Â© Lidsville IS RFD 12 0 Speed Buggy , Â© Cartoons OD Osmonds 8:00 8 (B (Â® (H) Lidsville Â© Vision On O Â© Hair Bear Bunch 03 Â® Bugs Bunny 8:30 O Â© Â® Â© GS Addams Family O Â© Sabrina (B Â® Yogi's Gang S) Misterogers 9:00 O Â© Â® Â© Â© Emergency plus Four O Â© Scooby Do 09 Â® Super Friends (3 Sesame Street 9:30 O Â® Â© @ (SD Inch High Private Eye 10:00 O Â© Â® Â© Â© Sigmund Sea Monsters O ffl My Favorite Martians 093) Lassie's Rescue Rangers (?) Electric Co. 10:30 O Â© Â© Â© Â© Pink Panther O ID Jeanie (BÂ® Goober Ghost Chasers (Â£ Misterogers 11:00 O Â© Â© (S) Â© Star Trek CD Speed Buggy O Abbott Costello OP Â© Brady Kids S) Sesame Street 11:30 Â®(B) Q3) Â©Butch Cassidy O CD Josie GD Â® Mission Magic Afternoon 12:00 O Â®(SJ) (g) Â© Jetsons O CD Pebbles Bam Bam 09 Â® Superstar Movie CD Electric Co. 12:300Â©Â®Â©Â© Go O CD Fat Albert (3D Sesame Street 1:OOQ Banana Splits Â© Roller Games Â© Wrestling Â© Good News Â© Lassie O Â© Children's Theater 09Â® American Bandstand 1:30 O Â© Greatest Sports Legends O Modern TV Â® Electric Co. 2:00 8 Â® Â®) Â© Â© Major League Baseball O Viewpoint CD "The Fly" 09 World Tennis Â®"Million Dollar Countdown" 3) Zoom 2:30 O Arthur Smith Â® Electric Company 3:00 Q Wrestling 09 Fishing Â® Hodgepodge Lodge 3:30 CD This Is the Life ID Tarzan Â® "Girl of the Night" CB Gilbert Sullivan 4:00 0 Golf Â·ffi-Â£reat Mysteries 9 Wildlife Theater "ISTANBUL EXPRESS," 12 mid., O with Gene Barry and John Saxon. "PLAY DIRTY," 9 p.m., O Â© Â© Â© Â© with Michael Caine and Nigel Green. "THE SON OF SINBAD," (1954), *%, 11:45 p.m., IS) with Dale Robertson and Vincent Price. Sinbad is captured by a wicked caliph, must perform arduous tasks to win his freedom. Dull fantasy ha'd censor trouble when it was first released, but looks tame today -- and trite. " Y O U N G B L O O D HAWKE," (1964) *%, 11:30 p.m., Q with James Fran- ciscus and Suzanne Pleshette. Inept screen treatment^ of Herman Wouk's best sell-' er about a young author caught in the web of the big city, the publishing world. He's more involved in lovemaking and petty intrigues than in getting his novel finished. The cast is not to blame, but neither can they be totally excused. "THE FLY", (1958).***,.2 p.m., CD with Al Hedison and Vincent Price. During a scientific experiment a miscalculation causes a man to turn into a mutation. Superior science-fiction thriller with a literate script for a change, plus good production effects and capable performances. 4:30 OD Survival Â© Other People, Other Places @ French Chef Â© Performance 5:00 O Â© Â© Desert Inn Classic IS) 03Â® Wide World of Sports Â© I Spy O Â© Belmont Stakes Â®S A Bit With Knit GQ Pacem In Terris 5:30 Â© Let's Garden Evening 6:OOOÂ©OÂ©Localnews (TB) Porter Wagoner Â© Look At the Book Â§3 Yoga You (3D National Spelling Bee 6:30 B Â© (OS Q5) Â© Network News 0 Wilburn Brothers 09 Family Classics GD Rock Concert (P Zoom 7:00Â© Thrillseekers Â© Â© 0 Â© Hee Haw m Wait Till Your Father Gets Home Â© 09 Lawrence Welk ia Catch 33 Â® Book Beat 7:30 03) NFL Highlights O Bobby Goldsboro Â© Course of Our Times Â® Washington Connection 8:00 O Â® (S) Â© Â© Emergency O Â© All In the Family 09Â® Partridge Family (9 Book Beat Â® Nova 8:30 O Â© MASH 09Â® "Can Ellen Be Saved" Â© Nova 9:00 O Â© Mary Tyler Moore Â©(BODS)Â© "Play Dirty" CB David Susskind 9:30 Q Â© Bob Newhart (9 Silent Years 10:00 Q Â© Carol Burnett 09 Â® Owen Marshall 11:00 O Â© Local news weather, sports 09 Network News Â® Wrestling 11:15 09 Local news, weather, sports 11:30 O Â® Â© Â© Â© Local news, weather sports Â© Midnight Special O "Youngblood Hawk" Â© "Companions In Nightmare" 09 "Murder In the Blue Room "Mummy's Tomb" 11:45Â© "Son of Sinbad" 12:00 O "Istanbul Express" Â© Midnight Special O) "Berlin Affair" 12:15Â® "Kill or Be Killed" Haley hit all-time favorite By J. P. Rool Some time ago, this column looked at a survey of the top 1,000 rock hits prepared by Guy Zapoleon in Los Angeles. Well, it appears there's a young man right in our midst who has spent about five years working on a similar project of his own. His name is Joseph F. Amburgey, and his listing is entitled "The First Twenty Years, Rock'n'Roll's 100 Greatest Recordings." Amburgey's gone to a lot of trouble to research his project, including contacting several magazine and record company officials and a former executive editor of Billboard. He has submitted the listing to local radio stations for comment, as well. The research demanded for Amburgey's listening of his personal top 100 rock records was enormous, and his report of it contains very few mistakes. His number 42 selection, "I Want to Hold Your Hand," for instance, is listed as: The Beatles, Apple. The record was released on Capitol. And while he claims to list only the original recordings and artists, he lists at 86: "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" -Gladys Knight/Pips -- Soul. The original "Grapevine" was Marvin Gaye's. Saturday ALL IN THE FAMILY. (Repeat). Christmas with a surprising twist unfolds as the Bunkers celebrate a holiday they will never forget. 8 p.m. CBS. O Â© PARTRIDGE FAMILY. (Repeat). "Miss Partridge, Teacher." Danny isn't doing too well in his English class, and matters aren't helped when Laurie takes over the class as teacher. 8 p.m. ABC. 09 Â® Â»Â· MASH. (Repeat). Blake discovers the fountain of youth while resting and recuperating in Tokyo and returns to report that he has also found love. 8:30 p.m. CBS. O CD Â»Â· MARY TYLER MOORE. (Repeat). Mary and Rhoda's friendship goes down the drain when Rhoda makes what Mary thinks is an unkind remark. 9 p.m. CBS. O e BOB NEWHART. Bob and Emily's dream of a quiet Christmas alone is shattered by a patient with an anxiety attack, a blizzard and a power failure. 9:30 p.m. CBS. 0 Â© ' Â· Â· Â· Â· . OWEN MARSHALL. (Repeat). "The Attacker." A mute gardener is named by three woman as their attacker. 10 p.m. ABC. 09 Â® Here's Joe Amburgey's Top Ten, and I think it interesting to note that nothing later than '57 made it on the big 10: 1. Rock Around the Clock -- Bill Haley and the Comets 2. Only You -- The Platters 3. Earth Angel -- The Penguins 4. Sincerely -- The Moon- Â· glows 5. Shake, Rattle and Roll -- Joe Turner and His Blues Kings 6. Don't Be Cruel/Hound Dog -- Elvis 7. Oh What a Nite - The Dells 8. Money Honey -- Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters 9. In the Still of the Night -- The Five Satins 10. Little Darlin' - The Diamonds Amburgey also is a record collector, and if any of you have some oldies you'd be willing to part with, he'll buy them from you or trade some LPS for 45s. You may contact him at: 1305 Roseberry Circle, Charleston. Â· NOW, BECAUSE some very big concerts are coming up (not the least of which is Bachman-Turner-Overdrive and Maggie Bell next Saturday, but the biggest of which will be David Bowie on June 28), we're providing a mostly-complete listing of the National Shows ticket outlets. They are: Turners Record Shop, 713 Lee St., Charleston and 54 Main St., St. Albans. Gorby's Music Store, Sev- enth Avenue, South Charleston. Sears, 200 Kanawha Blvd., Charleston and 533 29th St., Huntington. Stationers Book Store, Fifth Avenue, Huntington. Keen Jewelers, 413 Ninth zst, Huntington. Silverbrand Clothes, Capitol Street, Charleston. Custom Stereo, MacCorkle Avenue S.E., Kanawha City. Music Mart, 106 Jones Ave., Oak Hill. National Record Shop, 237 Grand Central Mall, Parkersburg. ; Stereo Specialty, Beckley Plaza Shopping Center, Beckley. oJytiU. : ' Hecks, Sprague.--. Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·: Tape City, Washington Street West, Charleston; Quarrier Street, Charleston; Nitro and Sissonville. Nitro Beverage, Nitro. National Shows Ticket Office, Civic Center, Charleston. *Â· WATCH FOR (if it hasn't happened yet) WXIT, the radio station that changed from saying 1490 to 15 to adopt something new. The latest tag line for "The Leader" will be X15. Next week- in; this space? an interview (far-fetched as that may seem) with Brownsville Station and an exchange (brief through it was) with Alviri Lee. core . FRtrRccoiA withv.I i- Summer Spedai HCHIC kfooif/r Phone 344-3668 SIZE22"xl3"Â«13" SPECIALS EVERY WEEK Men. thru Fri. Noon't! 9:00 pjn. Sol. and Sun. Noon 'IH 6:00 p.m. Specials This Week Only Your Choke $ 3 69 Bachman Turner OVER DRIVE II Maggie Bell QUEEN OF THE NIGHT Golden Earring MOONTAN BUDGET TAPES RECORDS 3706 MacCorkle Ave., S.E., Charleston, W. Va. . Phone; 92 5-6032 .,,, 14s,^CHARLMSTQN, W.VA, Â«Â£",""" "Â·'--Â·Â· '--.kpt?.--" i'-'' V'- 1 . Â· Â·! 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