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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 72

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 13, 1972
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/ ' S U N D A Y B OAK Mill WOAY-TV ABC CBS fW^ HCANCXI l||] WSIS-TY 0 CHARLESTON WCHS-tV 0 IIUEF1EID WHIS-TV {Wi\ CVARRSBURO 1 WfA WBOY-TV F T^ CfcS-NBC AiiirusL 13 ~ lUKMNG 6::!0 CD Light Q3 Newsmaker 7:00 0 Story QD Jubilee 09 Falwell Q Gospel 7:30 Q Viola Clark Q Faith 8:00 O Truth Q Power CD Falwell O Upper Room Q Revival U) Manirp O Martin 8:30 O Roberts O Gospel 1 B HUNTIMGTON WSAZ-IV B BOANOUE WDJB-TV CBS 1 1J1 WIAP-IV This log IK] WHTN-IV i 0 C R A N C V I E W WSWP.TY W S E E N ^.'T.' HUNIINGTOH |JC WMUL-TY 1 is based on i»forniQtio7i provided by the statioiw, who warn programs are subject to change without notice. O Canadian Football QD Roller Derby 03 Faith 03 Gospel Talent 09 Q Issues and Answers 2:00 Q Lunker Bass Q3 Consultation O Talking Hands 09 "Beneath Twelve Mile Reef O Movie 2:15 Q Cincy vs. Atlanta 2:30 QD "Counterfeit Plan" 03 Adventure Q TEA Q Life SHOP FOR YOUR CASUALMAKIR DRESS MONDAY AND FRIDAY 4:30-9:00 -OTHER DAYS TIL 5:00 (CLOSED SUNDAY) 346-0911 Q Discovery O Waters 0 Humbard Q Repass 9:00 Q Jubilee Q Roberts OD Gospel |0 Humbard B O Tom and Jerry 9:30 Q Repass . CD Good News B O Coolies |0 Warren Q Revival 10:00 B Life O 09 CD Discovery fQ Faith B Kid Talk O Roberts f0 Q Dragon 10:30 B Capt. Noah O Concord College OD Insight 03 Hargis B ID Life O Look Up 10 Q Double Deckers 11:00 B Chapel Q Jubilee Qj) Profile 03 Humbard 03 Across Fence B O Camera Three C0 Q Bulhvinkle 11:30 B Answer OD Church 40 Insight B Face Nation Q Alternative CD Q Wish 3:00 (0 Sit Down B fld Death Valley Q AAU 3:30 Q3 Camping C0 "The Leopard" 4:00 QQpfB Golf {0 Sit Down 4:30 BO 5:00 B Golf (0 Wildlife B Death Valley Kid Talk · Q Victory 5:30 BO Animal World O Prayer EVENING AFTERNOON 12:00 B Mormon Choir Q Revival OD Agri Special 03 Upper Room 03 TEA B O Humbard O Answer CD Evans 12:30 g At Issue Bonnie Lou 09 Year 2000 CD Life 03 Open Bible O Face Nation © Revival 1:00 a Q 03 CD 03 Press B Gospel Time O "Girl Who Knew Too Much" © Lighthouse O Faith Meet 6:00 B B'H Anderson O CD 03 09 Comment B O 0 Minutes Movie What's New 6:30 B Q CD CD 03 News Q Hodgepodge Lodge 7:00 BO Primus 09 Q 03 03 Wild Kingdom B CD Lassie Q Electric Company 7:30 B O CD CD 03 Disney B O "To All My Friends" § Survival French Chef 8:00 Q3 E) FBI Q Firing Line 8:30 BO QDCD 03 Jimmy Stewart Bonanza B O DaVinci Q Masterpiece Theater 09 Q "War and Peace" (Pt. IP 10:00 OD CD CD Bold Ones 10:30 B Death Valley Q Dragnet 11:00 B Q O D Q Q QD CD 03 News 11:30 Tonight 1:30 O Sports Challenge 2s CHARLESTON, W. VA. § 09 CD I Insight B "Flat Top" O "Brass Bottle" CD "Violent Road" \ 100% NYLON JERSEY BY CASUALMAKER Good fashion makes good lense and Sy Frankl makes, it especially easy with the right look In Casualmaker. A finely patterned print with a soft tie at the neckline, duo pleats at the skirt and a self belt. Everything styled of nylon jersey that washes in a wink, and never ever needs the Iron. Sizes 12-20 and 14!6-24% )n Red or Blue. 20.00 PIN MONEY DRESSES--Fashion Floor The Diamond, Box 1993, Chas., W. Va. 25327 (8/13/GM) f lease send me Casualmaker Quantity Color Siza Total ~1 1 'Please include 3% State Tax QChg. nCk, OM.O. NAME ' U ADDRESS CITY .... STATE ... ZIP Series on da Vinci's life slated to begin tonight CAMERA THREE. "The National Theater of the Deaf." (Repeat). This re- m a r k a b 1 e theater group w h o s e work has been uniquely successful under the direction of scenic designer David Hays, demonstrates its skill as performers in two short pieces. Hays d'scusses the works themselves and their importance to the company of deaf actors as they perform a -musical piece called "Curtain Raiser" based on the n u r s e r y rhyme, "Three Blind Mice"; and "Promenade," a dramatic work on dreams based on actual dreams of members of the company. 11 a. m. CBS B O »- FACE THE N A T I O N . Representative John Rhodes of Arizona, chairman of the platform committee of the Republican Party, will be interviewed, live from Miami Beach. 11:30 a.m. CBS Q »· AAU. "Olympic Ivitation- al." The events of the Olympic Invitational which will be shown here this afternoon, from V i a r e g g i o , Italy. Jack Whitaker and Bill Toomey report the action of the ser'es. 3 p.m. CBS O TENNIS. In the first semifinal match of the tournament, Cliff Drysdale, seeded No. 4, plays John Newcombe, seeded No. 9, at the Sea Pines Plantation in Hilton Head, S.C. Bud Collins bandies the commentary. 4:30 p.m. CBS iQ *DRAMA SPECIAL. ."To All My Friends on Shore." (Repeat). Strong performances and a believable script make this family drama about a hardworking black man, his sacrificing wife, and his doomed son worthwhile. Bill Cosby drops all his familar mannerisms and completely immerses himself in the difficult role of a determined man with a dream--to get his family out of the small town Connecl'- cut ghetto and buy a modest house of their own. His superb performance is matched by Gloria Foster's commanding portrayal of his loyal but weary wife. Their plight is compounded by the nature of their boy's illness, sickle cell anemia, for which there is as yet no cure. Inevitably, the couple's acceptance of the child's immiment demise .creates a downbeat tempo, that, fortunately, c o m e s near the end of the play. 7:30 p. m. CBS BO SPECIAL. "THE Life of Leonardo da Vinci." Part I. Colorful, beautifully photographed five-part dramatization of the life of the great Renaissance, artist- scientist, architect-inventor, produced by the Italian television network -- RAI-TV--· wh'ch begins tonight in its English-dubbed v e r s i o n , adds allure to your television set for five consecutive Sunday nights. One of the most refreshing things about this biographical study of the legendary Leonardo, is the candor and skepticism with which the narrator tires to debunk some of the l e g e n e d s that historians have dreamed up while making the most of the occasional documentary references that actually exist about the arist. Part I will hold your attention as it deals with Leonardo's birth and childhood. It will begin to fascinate you, however, once Leonrdo becomes a young man, as played by Philippe Leroy, with a rare and burning intensity. 9 p. m. CBS B O »· MOVIE SPECIAL. "War and Peace." (1968-Russian). Part II. Tolstoy's epic novel of Russia and its artistocra- cy, during Napoleon's insatiable drive for empire which brought on his disastrous invasion of Russia, continues tonight with the second part of this four-part broadcast of the brilliant Soviet-made film adaptation. American actor Arthur Hill, will offer a recap of the events that took place in Part I last night, and will introduce the characters who dominate the action in Part II tonight. The whole film has been dubbed in English for presentation. 9 p. m. ABC CD O TV Movies Sunday "The Girl Who Knew Tog Much," 1 p. m., O with Adam West and N a n c y Kwan. FOR YOUR INSURANCI NEEDS WATTELKINSJR. 309 State St., Madison 369-1087 ATIONWIDE ·uirtmiK niiMi msHiict CMNM «II^«IK miiwi UK usuMct ttuaa UIIMIIK UK WSUIIKI CIKflKI "The Counterfeit Plan," (1957) *%, 2:30 p.m., |Q with Zachary Scott and Peggy Castle. "The Leopard*," (1963) **V4, 4 p.m., CD with Hurt Lancaster and Claudia Cardinale. "War and Peace," (Pt. D), » p.m., CDO vith Vya- cheslav Tinhonov and Lud- inila Savelyeva. "Flat*Top,"*(1952) **, 11:30 p. m., Q with Sterling Hayden and Richard Carlson. "Violent*Road," (1958) **, 11:30 p. m., CD with Brian Keith and Efrem ZimbaJist Jr. "Brass Bottle,"* (1964) **, 11:30 p. m., O with Tony Randall and Barbara Eden, SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL

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