Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 27, 1975 · Page 101
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July 27, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 101

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FACE THE NATION. Today's guest is Rep. Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. D.-Mass. House Majority Leader. He will be interviewed by CBS News Correspondent George Herman and two other newsmen; still to be selected. 12 noon CBS. O TENNIS CLASSIC. Today's coverage includes a quarter-final match between Bjorn Borg and Cliff Drysdale, as well as a "Pressure Point" match between Valerie Ziegenfuss and Rosemary Casals. 3:30 p.m. CBS. QD GOLF SPECIAL. Two day cover- . age of the Canadian Open Golf Championship from the Royal Montreal Golf Club in Montreal, Canada, ends today with the final round play of the $200,000 event. 4:30 p.m. CBS. 0 CD CONVERSATION WITH ERIC SEVAREID. Soviet-American relations expert George Kennan talks candidly about his involvement in U.S. foreign policy over the last 25 years. Kennan, former ambassador to the Soviet Union and to Yugoslavia and the author of many books on Russia and the entire Communist world, and host Eric Sevareid discuss the "Cold War syndromes"--the domination of world affairs by the two competitive super powers--which they feel produced such aberrations as the Korean War and Sen. Joseph McCarthy. Tune in for a provocative discussion of foreign policy, past and present. 6 p.m. CBS. O CD WORLD OF DISNEY. "Three without Fear." Part I. (Repeat). This 1971 entry is a mildly interesting adventure story about three kids tramping around the Baja, Calif., coastline. A young American, a victim of a plane crash, hooks up with two Mexican orphans who are fleeing their villainous guardian. The kids cure scorpion bites and outfox the enemy by simulating a beach drowning. It's modern Huck Finn-type plotting using the rugged Baja terrain for a backdrop, and the location footage is the main ingredient. 7:30 p.m. NBC.. · O ® (3) S) (SB KOJAK. "The Trade-Off." (Repeat). Aside from a minor plot weakness, tonight's entry will intrigue Telly Savalas' fans. Kojak makes a deal with a drug thug (Mark Stevens), who will return Captain McNeil's kidnapped wife unharmed, if middleman Kojak hands over some incriminating evidence. The deal sounds plausible and suspenseful, but the flaw comes from the fact that McNeil believes his wife is on a vacation-and that's a bit too much to accept. 8:30 p.m. CBS. O© Mildred Natwick. nus on any show. 8:30 p.m. NBC. O ®(D8(5)!3) MCMILLAN AND WIFE. "Love, Honor and Swindle." (Repeat). A precisely crafted, credible plot will hold your interest, but be on the lookout for the ridiculous-twist end : ing. McMillan (Rock Hudson) investigates a murder-stock swindle case that seems to implicate his prospective brother-in-law, nicely played by David Birney. The scheme is convincingly intricate until the climactic moments. However, fans of the show won't really mind and the part of McMillan's mother is played by the delightful Mildred Natwick, and that's a bo- SHOW TIME, Jutv 27, 1975 , MASTERPIECE THEATER. "Upstairs Downstairs." "Distant Thunder" (Repeat). Series devotees have the opportunity tonight to feel for the lovely Hazel, as she sinks into deep distress. Not only is she despondent over her recent miscarriage, but also the superficial cad James Bellamy, her fickle husband, adds to her pain while making an easy conquest of the Bellamy's 18-year-old houseguest, Georgina; Be on the lookout for a poignant, subtle, unspoken moment between Hazel and her father-in- law, which offers .food for thought. ,8:30 p.m. PBS. © ® Radio Classics Classical music scheduled to be broadcast over radio stations' WTIP and WTIO-FM at 5 p.m. today includes Mahler's "Symphony No. 9 IN D, Movements I and 11" with Otto Klemperer .conducting the New Philharmonia Orchestra. At 10 p.m. the stations will present "Voices of the 20th Century" Part I with Henry Fonda narrating. "A Little Night Music," featuring the original cast, will be broad- .cast at 10:30 p.m. Question Box Q -- My favorite actor is Jan-Michael Vincent, and I look for him in the TV listings; but I haven't seen him in anything for some time. Is he working in TV any more or is he just making movies? -- R. F., Tampa, Fla. . A. -- Jan Michael Vincent works both TV and films. His latest film release is "Bite the Bullet," and he appeared on "Police Story," among other series, during this past season. Q -- This is a silly question but my mother asked me to write and ask it anyway. Are the Osmond Brothers related to the Andrew Sisters? -- M.B., San Antonio, Tex. A -- The Osmonds and the Andrews Sisters are not related: NU-SASH SPECIAL... Complete Exterior Casing ? ' ] BEFORE CHARLESTON 343-9484 W.Va. 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