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June 9 CHARLESTON WCHS-TV CBS HUNTINGTON WSAZ TV NBC HUNTINGTON WHTN-TV ABC OAK HILL WOAY-TU ABC BLUEFI6LD WHIS-TV NBC ROANOKE WOJB-TV CBS ROANOKE WSLS-TV NBC CLARKSBURG WBOV-TV NBC k PARKESSBURG 1 WTAP-TV I NBC HUNTINGTON WMUL-TV PBS-EEN GRANDVIEW WSWP-TV PBS-EEN Morning 6:30Â© Light Unto My Path IB Newsmaker 7:00 Â© Gospel Jubilee Â©Story QD Jerry Falwell Â® Old Time Gospel 7:30 Â© Christian Viewpoint O Herald of Truth 0 Talking Hands 8:00 B Mormon Choir "Â® QD Revival Fires Â® Falwell 0 Leonard Repass (B Mamre Church Â® Rev. Bobby Martin 8:30 B Oral Roberts Â© Gospel Sing Â® Leonard Repass Â© Jack Gwinn Â© Revival Fires B Day of Discovery QD Cartoons IB Rex Humbard 9:00 B Â© Singing Jubilee Â© Oral Roberts Â· Â© Faith for Today Â© Rex Humbard B Katherine Kuhlman QD Bailey's Comets 9:30 Â® Rev. Leonard Repass Â© B Church Â© Day of Discovery QD Amazing Chan 09 Christ Is the Answer Â® Miracle of Deliverance 10:00 BÂ® Life Â© Faith Â® Â© Day of Discovery B Thinking In the Black QD Oral Roberts IB Â® Kid Power 10:30 Â® Concord College B Capt. Noah Â© Answer Â© Life QD Look Up Â© Flames of Revival 0 Viewpoint 09 What the Bible Says Â® Osmonds 11:00 Â® Gospel Sing B TV Chapel Â© Waters Family Â© Rex Humbard B QD Camera Three Â« Â© Across the Fence 09 Â® H. R. Pufnstuf 11:30Â© Church Service B Answer Â© Insight B Rex Humbard QD Human Dimension IB Â® Make a Wish Afternoon 12:00 B At Issue Â© Viola Clark Â© Insight Â© Sunshine Tree Â© Sacred Heart QD Mayberry (B Calvin Evans Â® Rex Humbard 12:15Â© Open Bible 12:30 B QD Face the Nation (B Revival Fires BÂ®Â©Â©(S) Meet the Press 1:OOB Dating Game Â© What the Bible Says Â© People Planning Â© Modern TV Â© I Spy BTBA QD "Captain Eddie" (B Lower Lighthouse Â® Directions Â® Washington Week In Review 1:30B Wagon Train Â® Lassie (BÂ® Issues Answers Â® Bill Moyers 2:00 Â© Wrestling " O) Movie Â© Insight Â© Call of the West (B Pro Football Â® "Stage to Tucson" 2:30Â© Theater O QD Tennis Classic (BTBA Â© Consultation (B Cancer: L i f e or Death 3:00 B It Takes a Thief Â® Saint Â© "Son of Sinbad Â© Margie (BTBA 3:30 Â© Â® TEA B QD Sports Spectacular (B Other People, Other Places Best Movies This Week MONDAY :*"Scared Stiff," (1953) ***, 9 p.m., (B. TUESDAY "Miracle on Morgan's Creek," (1944) ***11:30 p.m., B. THURSDAY . "A Kind of Loving," (1962) ***, 9 p.m. 0. "Atomic City." (1952) ***, 11:30 p.m., O. "The Â·Hill," (1965) ***lfe, 11:30 p.m., QD. SATURDAY . "How to succeed in Business W i t h o u t R e a l l y T r y i n g , " (1967) ****, 9 p.m.,BÂ©Â©@ "Games." (1967)***,11:30 p.m., QD "The Wolf Man," (1941) ***, 11:30 p.m., (B 4:00 Â© Patchwork , Â® Insight B Â© Â© Golf (B Doc Elliot 4:30 Â© Â© Religion Â® Car Track Â© Soap Box IJeroy Â® A Bit With Knit 5:00 ffi "Gigot" Â® World Tennis CD Nova Â® Black Journal 5:300 Virgil Ward QD Fishing Â© Bonanza Â© TBA Evening 6:00 B QD 60 Minutes Â© Untamed World Â© Virginia Commonwealth Â® Movie B Petticoat Junction Â©Yoga Â® Film Festival 6:30 B Â© Â© Â© Â© Network !_ News @ Let's Garden 7:00 8 Safari to Adventure Â© Â© Â© Wild Kingdom Â© B Lassie - QD Bobby Goldsbqro IB Untamed World IS Conflicts Â® Zoom 7:300Â®Â©Â©Â©Worldof . Disney B QD Apple's Way IBÂ® FBI 9 Â® Mountain Scene 8:00Â® Vitaman E Â® Gilbert Sullivan 8:30 B Â© Â© Â© Mystery Movie 0 QD Mannix IBÂ® "The Italian Job" Â© Joan Sutherland 9:00OÂ® Upstairs, Downstairs 9:30 0 QD Will .Rogers . 10:00 O We Think You Should Know Â©Info '74 Â© Mainstream Â© Plimpton Â©TBA O Â® Firing Line v --- 10:30"0 Local news, weather, sports Â© Bobby Goldsboro Â© Â© Police Surgeon _QD People to People .. 'IB Newsmaker '.Â·: ; Â® Reasoner Report 11:008 Â®Â©(g)Â© Local . : , newSj. weather, sports : O QD IB Â® Network News Â· .11:15 m -This Week IB Local News Â® Rev. Repass 11:30 B "Private Buckaroo" -, Â© Â© Â© O Best of Tonight 'B "Nob Hill" QD "Desire In the Dust" IB Rock Concert 11:45 Â® Sweet Hour of Prayer 1:00 Â©Speak Easy 2s CHARLESTON, W. VA. Movies Sunitttv "STAGE TO TUCSON," (1951) **Vz, 2 p.m., Â® with Rod Cameron and Wayne Morris. Two Civil War buddies are sent to Tucson to investigate the many stagecoach hi-jackings and find more trouble than they bargained for. "SON OF SINBAD,"^) *V 2 , 3 p.m., BD with Dale Robertson and Vincent Price. Sinbad is captured by a wicked caliph, must perform arduous tasks to win his freedom: Dull fantasy had censor trouble when it was first released but looks tame today -- and trite. - "GIGOT," (1962) **V 2 , 5 p.m., (B with Jackie Gleason and Katherine K a t h . A sometimes moving performance by Jackie Gleason as a Chaplinesque mute in Paris who becomes the protector of a French streetwalker and her little daughter, is the best f e a t u r e of this maudlin entry. Plot is steeped in obvious attempts to tug at your heart and only about half of it works. Gene Kelly directed with a wavering hand. "HERCULES AGAINST THE MOON MEN," (1965) * J /a, 6 p.m., Â® with Alan Steel. Muscleman comes to the rescue of a country whose inhabitants are forced to undergo a sacrifical ritual imposed on them by invaders from the moon. Wildly fantastic English-dubbed spectacle. "DESIRE IN THE DUST," (1960) **, 11:30 p.m., QD with Raymond Burr and Joan Bennett. Tyrannical landowner with plenty of skeletons in his closet sees his political ambitions in jeopardy, tries unscrupulous means to rid himself of his troubles. A dose of lust and desire in a Southern town, but it's a long way from Faulkner. Burr does well, better than his material. "PRIVATE BUCKAROO," (1942) *Vz, 11:30 p.m., B with The Andrews Sisters and. Harry James. Bigtirae band is drafted, and everyone gets together to put on a camp show. Wartime musicalburdens the cast with terrible material; the music is the sole asset. Caine shines as criminal HEC RAMSEY. "The Detroit Connection." (Repeat). An interesting tale about organized crime, froritier- days-style, is enhanced by a fine guest cast headed by Richard Jordan, Kim Hunter, Luther Adler and Angie Dickinson. It's Richard Boone's job as Hec Ramsey to determine the identity of a Detroit crime racket ring, which seems to be trying to involve itself in the Oklahoma town's oil business, and murder besides. The best part of the hour is the conflict between Ramsey and the crime syndicate's lawyer, slickly played by Boone and Richard Jordan, respectively. 8:30 p. m. NBC. B Â® Â© OÂ© : *Â· ' ' . . ' . "THE ITALIAN JOB." Â· (1969). Michael Caine shines as a criminal who inherits the plans for a multimillion dollar gold robbery in Turin, Italy. Noel Coward plays a master criminal who has complete control of the. prison he's been placed in, and he and .Caine make a delightful team. Fast and entertaining with a wonderful car chase sequence as a:bonus. 8:30 p. m. ABC. IB;Â® tf ' " : Â· - . : JOAN SUTHERLAND: Who's Afraid of Opera? "Mignon." (Repeat). One of "the most successful mini- operas of "the series. "Mignon", the lyrical opera composed by Ambroise Thomas, offers an enchanting half-hour of music, sung with great style and eloquent vocal quality by Miss Sutherland and her cast. The story about the girl who stumbles into bondage to the gypsies, and is saved by a gallant young man, is sweet and sentimental. However, the lovely, appealing and romantic songs sung by Miss Sutherland as a famous actress; Hughette Tarangeau as Mignon; and Ian Caley as the tenor; are a constant delight. 8:30 p. m. ETV * ... MASTERPIECE THEATER. "Upstairs, Downstairs," (Repeat). Elizabeth's boredom catapults her into a serious confrontation with the police and jail, when she joins a former classmate in a militant demonstration for women's "right to vote." Rose becomes innocently involved when she tries to protect "Miss Lizzy," but prison looms up as. a nasty business; Edwardian-style. Al- though both woiaen are saved by the intercession of a wealthy man Elizabeth is apt to see a bit more of, the emphasis in this episode is vividly focused on the Suffragette movement in England. 9 p. m. ETV. Â© Â® *Â· " Â·";'Â· SPECIAL. "Will Rogers' U. S. A." (Repeat). Don't miss actor James Whitmore in his one--man show as Will Rogers, the only American humorist whose statue stands in our nation's Capitol, taped before a live audience in the Mark Taper Fpr- um in Los Angeles. Whitmore is positively sensational as the great cowboy philosopher (1879-1935) and observer of the American scene, who said he ''joked about every prominent man in my time,-but I never met a man I didn't like. "Whether Whitmore as Rogers is talking about Chicago as a political convention town, or commenting on war, congressman, presidents, mothers athletes or traffic, his quips never fail to ring a bell, and provide a-marvelous hour of entertainment. 9:30 p. m. CBS. Â©QD Radio Classics Classical music scheduled to be broadcast over radio stations WTIP and WTIO- FM at 5 p. m. today includes selections by Handel, Mozart, Borodin, Brahms, Vivaldi, and Strauss. At 8:05 p.'m. the stations will present "Payday Blues,'-' a Second Sunday series about an average family coping with inflation. "The Impressionist of Music, Claude Debussy, His Life and His Music," will be .broadcast at 10 p. m. "Jimmy," starring Frank Gorshin, Anita Gillete, Julia Wilson, and Jack Collins. MÂ«n., ftts. Writ, ONLY V Stevens^ Beauty Shop i 113 Simmers St. 3424153 SUPER FLEA MARKET FIVE BIG DAYS-JULY 3-7 free Admission At the new Stock Market Vt mi. no. of 1-7-7 Fairplain exit, on Cedar Lakes Rd. 3 mi. S. of Cedar Lakes arts crafts Fair. .. ^ Food, rest rooms, parking lighting.