Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 13, 1972 · Page 74
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August 13, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 74

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WHIS-7V NIC C1ARKSIURC weov-TV CIS NIC August 15 MORNING 6:30 Bible Answers Town Crier Today on Farm Religion t:45 Q Coin Cob 7:09 8 Q flD fB QD Today ©0 News (Q Bullwinkle Q Religion 7:30 O Sleepy Jeffers S Underdog Farm 8:00 fQ Zoo Revue O O O Kangaroo 8:30 (B Jack LaLanne 9:00 O Bess Myerson (Q Peyton Place O Films Q O O Romper Rm. {0 Daniel Boone Q} Jack LaLanne |0 Phil Donahue HiJNTfrlGTOH WSAZ-1V NIC o ROANOKI WDJI-TV CBS WTAP-TV CIS 8:30 Q Consequences Q Coffee Break (0 Flintstones g Artie Levin My Sons O One Life ID:OO o O ID ID ID Dinah's Place § Van Dyke America Sings Q O Lucy jd:30 B Q OS (EHE) Concentration Q Q Hillbillies IB Split Second Q Religion 11:00 Q Q 03 (D 03 Sale Q Q Family Affair § Love American Style Friends, Neighbors 11:30 OQ QDfD (D Hollywood Squares " fQQ Bewitched Q O Low of Life AFTERNOON O CD (0 Jeopardy Oblinger |0 News Password Where the Heart Is 12:00 12:30 Q Q t Q f B Who, What, Where Q Q Search Q Split Second Qi) News 3:30 QQ0DCBGD Return to Peyton Place Q) Lassie O One Lire Q O Edge of Night 4:00 O Mr. Cartoon 0 Batman Q My Sons fj) Flintstones Q Perry Mason 0 Love American Stylt (BOD Somerset (Q Merv Griffin ffi Q Sesame Street 4:30 (Q Password Q Virginian Q Death Valley Q Green A^es Movie Jeff's Collie Andy Griffith 5:00 Q Wagon Train £0 Maverick Q Big Valley High Chaparral Misterogers (0 Dick Van Dyke Q Griffin 5:30 Qffl Electric Co. (0 Marshal] Dillon Qj) What's My Line EVENING 1:00 Q News Q Divorce Court SB Q All My Children SB Jeopardy SB Me Too Show 0 CD Somerset Q Panorama 6:00 O 0 Q 0 O flD ID SB News § Dream of Jeannie Yoga O Lipreading 6:30 QO Walter Cronkito S News Chess Q Psychology 7:00 Q Green Acres 0 O Nashville Music SB SB Consequences SB Andy Griffith 0 My Line SB Farmer's Daughter S Call of West Insight O Yoga 7:30 0 0 SB SB SB Pon d- erosa Q 0 John Byner SBQ Mod Squad ffi Masterpiece Theater Q Saga 8:30 0O Hawaii Five-0 SB Q "War Peace" (Pt. IV © Q Evening at Pops 0 0 OD SB SB Playhouse 9:30 0O Cannon ffl Handsful of Ashes O Forsyte 0 QSB SB SB Nichols 1:30 Three On a Match OQ As World Turns SB O Let's Deal 10:30 2:00 Days of Lives ffi O Newlywed Game O O Splenciored Thing 2:30 QQQi) SQ SB j Doctors ; SB O Dating Game : Q Q Guiding Light j 10:00 (BQ Marcus Welby © Firing Line O Exile Stranger g Arthur Smith Dialogue 0 Comment Q Peyton Place CD Year 2000 10 Community Report |0 Death Valley 11:00 Q Q I B O O O O D IBID News GDfBiB To- 11:30 0Q night O Dick Cavett 0 "Westward the Women" B "Eegah" SB "April Love" CHARLESTON, W. VA. Another World IB Q General Hospital O 8 Secret Storm Schedule of events West Virginia State Fair to open Friday The following is a schedule of events for the 1972 West Virginia State Fair. Friday, Aug. U Pony show .in Blue Grass Bowl at 6 p.m. . Saturday, Aug. 19 Junior Horse and Pony show (4-H and FFA members only) at 10 a.m. Youth exhibits open at 2 p.m. Pony show at 6 p.m. Roy Rogers and Dale Evans show at 6 : 30 and 9:30 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 20 Roy Rogers and Dale Evans show at 2 and 7 p.m. Six class pony show, Jr. 4-H Dog show. and Youth Exhibits open at 3 p.m; Pony show at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 21 Judging of Junior Dairy TELEVISION SERVICE · SNOW HIU ·Mill · CAMPIILl'SCK. ·WITCHtt · MALDiN * DIAMOND · HAND COUINCT GET IT DONE IN '72--FINISH HIGH SCHOOL? WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW THE COST? WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW HOW LONG IT TAKES THRU HOME STUDY? WRITE FOR FREE INFORMATION--TELL ALL AMERICAN SCHOOL. W. Va. District Office, 1217 PARK M., NITRO, N. VA. Send me your Free Informotion Nome Ag* Address Phont State .... City Zip r- KERSTEIN SPECIAL PURCHASE AND CLOSE-OUT SALE of FEDDERS ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS V T MODEL AND FEATURES ACR08F2EZ 2 speed fail, ihermo slot, pull out wine panels. ASL09E2D 3 iprrd tun. ill* ACLI2E2E Same f e a t u r e s above ACVI4S7E irgnt en parity oif cono.tion "hich will f i t llitfmg hon XLI4C2A lectronic f i l t e r f o r em ** 2 or Item J? 3 BTU 8,000 9,000 2,000 4,0 VOLT/ AMPS 115/12 15/7.5 115/12 30/13.6 115 OUR REC. PRICE $202 302. $320 319. $125. SALE SAVE 159. ; 270. 285. '285. 113. CENTRAL WHOLE HOUSE '43. 32 35. 34. 13. S Wfcll I l i n k II I I V L L I I W W W l . £· « ^^ ^b AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT 438 plus InsUllatitn Price includes outdoor condensing unit, heating-cooling thermostat, low voltage control package, "A" coil, and 15 ft. pre-charged tubing. ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS TRADE-INS WANTED FREE SURVEYS AT YOUR CONVENIENCE KERSTEIN ENGINEERING CO. S 613 Tenn. Ave.--Charleston ^ Open Daily eicept Sunday'til SPM · Open Warm Monday nights--Phone lor confirmation ^ Telephone 3 4 2 - 5 1 1 8 L A Our 36th r torm*kinilHDOOItWt»mK-llTTlt ^ show at 10 a.m. · Flower show judging, at 11 «.m. Flag raising at 1 p.m. Poca High School concert at 1:30 p.m. Pony pulling contest and exhibits in all departments open at 2 p.m. Roy Rogers and Dale Evans show at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22 Judging of Market,Lambs at 8:30 a.m. All exhibits open to public and judging of Aberdeen Angus, Jersey Cattle and Rabbits at 9 a.m. Judging of exhibits in Agricultural Hall at 10 a.m. Flag raising, judging of Ayrshire Cattle- and Sheep show at l p.m. Hinton High School Band concert at 1:30 p.m. Racing at Grandstand and judging of Hereford Cattle at 2 p. m. Horse show at 6 p.m. Grandstand show featuring Susan Raye from "Hee Haw." Yogi Bear Show a n d fireworks at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 23 Judging of sheep at 8 p.m. Judging of Shorthorn and This week At Sunrise Charleston's center of arts and education is open to the public free of charge Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. Closed Monday. PLANETARIUM "The Gaspe Eclipse," 2:30 p m., Sunday and 1:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday. EXHIBITS Woodland Indians, Listen, Discovery Wall, Lave Animals, Galaxy Room, Serpen- torium, Museum Graphics, Tri-Cycle Trip, Antique Pot' tery, G r e e n b r i e r River Campground, Civil War. SPECIAL EVENTS ' Storytelling at 10 a.m., Thursday. Star Party at 9:30 p.m., Friday. ART GALLERY "The Bocour Artist Colors Collection" from American Federation of Arts, N.Y. "Searching For an Image," one man show by June Kilgore, associate professor at Marshall University. Elementary School Workshop Aug. 19. TV Movies Tuesday "War and Peace," (Pt. IV), 8:30 p.m., © O with Vyacheslav Tihonov and Ludmila Savelyeva. "Westward the Women," (1951) **/ 2l 11:30 p.m., Q with Robert T a y l o r and Denise Darcel. "April Love," (1957) **/4, 11:30 p.m., © w i t h Pat Boone and Shirley Jones. "Eegah," (1962) *, 11:30 p.m., O with Arch Hall and Marilyn Manning. Guernsey Cattle at 9 a.m. Flag raising and judging of Holstein Cattle and Jr. Baby Beef show at 1 p.m. W e b s t e r Springs High School Band concert at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Racing at grandstand at 2 p.m. Horse snow at 6 p.m. Grandstand show featuring "Up With People" and fireworks at 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 24 Judging of Charolais Cat. tie and Draft Horses, Junior Market Hogs at 9 a.m. Open and Junior Sheep Shearing contest and judging of Junior Swine show at 10 a.m. Judging of Flower show and Open Swine show at 11 a.m. Flag raising at 1 p.m. Huntington High School band concert at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Racing at grandstand at 2 · p.m. Horse show at 6 p.m. Grand livestock parade at 6=30 p.m. Grandstand show featuring Myron Floren and fireworks at 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 25 Draft Horse Pulling contest at 9 a.m. Flag raising at 1 p.m. Salem High School Band concert at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Racing at grandstand at 2 p.m. Implement Parade at 6:30 p.m. Grandstand show featuring Tom T. Hall and fireworks Al O p.fil. Saturday, Aug. 26 Q u a r t e r Horse halter class, Junior Market, Swine and Baby Beef Auction at 10 a.m. Flag raising at 1 p.m. Oceana High School Band concert at 1:30 and 7:30 p.m. Racing at grandstand at 2 p. m. Quarter Horse Performance at 6 p.m. Grandstand show featuring The Hager Brothers from "Hee Haw" and fireworks at 8 p.m. My Batting Average Is Perfect! That's right, when it comej to winning championships for buying, renting and selling, you just can't beat my batting average. I'm O. Howie Hustles, a hard hitting Gazette- Mail Classified Ad and there's just about nothing I can't do for you. Dial 3 48 48 48 today and let one of my team-matei write you a fast-action .Want Ad! SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL

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