Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 83
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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 83

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SATURDAY OAK Hill WOAY-TV AK.OS lOANOUt WStS-TV HK CHMIESION WCHS-TV OS BLUEftEtfl WHIS-TV NIC WBOMV US-NIC MUNTINGTON WSAZ-IV NIC tOAMOa WDJMV M PARKER51URO WTAMV WMTN-TV AIC CffANDVKW W5WMV H5EEH I HUNTINSTON WMUL-TV August 26 MORNING 6:30 '(0 Now 7:00 © Farmbrook id Insight Death Valley Neighbors 7:15 IB Point of View 7:30 Q Uncle Hank |0 Profile f RFD Monkees 8 Cartoons Blast Off 8 : O O Q 0 (DIBIB Dolittle © O Bugs Bunny IE) 0 Jerry Lewis 8:30 OQQDfB fB Deputy Dawg ~~ i Scooby-Do Road Runner 9:00 © QQj) (B (B Woodpecker Globetrotters Phantom 0 "Best of Everything" IB Kentucky Afield O Movie 'anther 0 O Bear Bunch Q«J :Q Jackson Five 10:00 Jetson 10:30 ft) O |Q ID ID Barrier Reef 'OO Archie ifB 0 Lidsville 11:00 f^ Giant Step © O Sabrina Qi)0 Curiosity Shop 11:30 ©O Josie AFTERNOON 12:00 i IB Wizard _ Batman 18 Monkees |0 Q Johnny Quest 12:30 Bugaloos Festival Lancelot Link 1:00 Q (0 Banana Splits Q Roller Derby CD Wrestling fQ Theater QDQ Bandstand i 30 Q Auto Racing 'IB Good News 2:00 fl)|3) flj)|0fa Baseball © Vh-ginian 2:30 3:00 IB "Texas Terror" "Lawless 90's" 3:30 O "Charlie Chan in Rio" l|D TEA 4:30 Q Gospel Music 5:00 O Sports Challenge Slim Minis Wilburn Brothers Wide World of Sports Roller Derby ~ Golf 5:30 O Q Bill Anderson J0 Arthur Smith EVENING 6:00 Q Q Q Q |B News (0 Porter Wagoner 6:30 |B(B News fB Rollin on River Q Bill Anderson 7:00 ft) Your Life IB 0 IB Welk J0 Kwiz QQOID Hee Haw Nashville Music Tell Truth 7:30 8:00 Q Comedy Theater All in Famly Olympics Mary Moore Jets vs. Cowboys Q Q Van Dyke tBO "Sheriff of Fractured Jaw" 9:30 fD O 10:00 Mission Impossible 11:00 Q |B Q News Q Wrestling 11:30 © "Frontier Hellcats" O "State Fair" IB "Murders in Rue Morgue" "Mad Doctor of Market Street" "Missing Guest" 2:00 H Qflil © News Movie 2:15 IB "Enemy General" 12:30 © "Nearly a Nasty Accident" (B "Left-Handed Gun" Q News TV Movies Saturday William Lundigan. "Texas Terror," (1934) ** * · » ID with John Wayne; "Law- " stat « fair," (1962) *·, less 90's," (1936) **, with 11:3 ° Pm -. O with Pat John Wayne. Boone and Ann-Margret. "Sheriff of F r a c t u r e d Jaw," 9 p.m., |B Q with Jayne Mansfield. * * · "Frontier Hellcats," 11:30 p.m., © with Stewart Granger and Elke Somraer. * · · "Murders in Rue Morgue " (1932)',11:30 p.m., ffi with Bela Lugosi; "Mad Doctor of Market Street," (1942) ·H, with Lionel Atwell; "The Missing Guest," with 3 CHARLESTON, W. VA. "Nearly a Nasty Accident," (1962) *%, 12:30 a.m., O with Jimmy Edwards and Shirley Eaton. "Left Handed Gun," (1958) ***%, 12:30 a.m., fli) with Paul Newman and Lita Milan. '·Enemy General," (i960) **, 12:45 a.m., g) with Van Johnson and Jean Pierra Aumont. Question Box Q.--I understand Dr. Kildare will be back on TV with a new cast and new stories. When will tke series for *v.r 20 y.nrt B*fon you bay my I hearing aid. inmti- MteSonotont. Comt in Or phon* for · hearinj; tut in 1 privtte, No chirgt. | Nooblifttion. S O N O T O N I HEARING AID CENTEt begin? I used to watch this show without fail. Richard Chamberlain was so good in the show. -- Mrs. T. E. ( ' Greenfield, Mass. A.--A new half-hour syndicated series, titled "Young Dr. Kildare," will be seen this fall on various stations around the country. It stars Gary Merrill as Dr. Gillespie and Mark Jenkins as Dr. Kildare. EMPIRE D1XER PHONE 342-5429 "Famous f o f G o o d 194 Summers Street IGaslites Gosgrills BY ARKLA Perfect For Camps. Backyard Patios or Electric Homes! Uses Natural or LP Gal · No Charcoal · No Mess Th» fastest, t a s t i e s t outdoor cooking, ever! Lights instantly, no dusty charcoal, no ashes, (eli-cl«on- ing. Constructed of heavy, rust-proof cast aluminum with stainless steel grids. Easy to install, yourself! Caslites ·T AtKLA Chaos* From S»v*ral Distinctive Designs! D*c*r«tiv* and Practical. Constructed of heavy, rustproof cost aluminum and weather-proofed with baked-on enamel (Black or White). Tempered glow panels are 10 times stronger than regular glass. IN STOCK-GASLIGHT MANTLES] INVHTIO CEIAMIC GASllGHrMANUfS, AVAILAIU IN SINGLE, DUAL, TRIM.! AND QUADRUPLESTUIS. Trident SPECIALTIES 5701 MacCorkfe Ive., S.W., South Charleston, W. Va. PHONE 768-4801 Congress putting pressure on Public Broadcasting By Jay Fredericks A few words about a few things. . . ' Now Is the time for all good men to come to the aid of Public Broadcasting Serv- kfe. PBS is the "education- ·1" channel, the one without commercials. Since it receives no money from advertising it is dependent on public funds--appropriated by Congreas and foundation grants to do its programming. Now Congress is attempting to bring PBS to keel and keep it from deal, ing with any slightly controversial iaaue by threatening to withhold money unless PBS becomes the blandest of the bland. · · * ' Well, like newly everybody else I suppose, I was settled back Saturday night watching the first of four parts of "War and Peace," the (100,000,000 R u a a i a n epic, when nap, crackle, pop, the picture disappeared from my acreea. WHTN, as it turned out later, had been struck by lightning and was off the air. Well, there are so many characters and subplots in Tolstoy's epic that by missing part one, the viewer who picked up with Part Two Sunday night was no doubt more than a little confused. The cable people, by the way, had a great chance to show the superiority of their service S a t u r d a y night. They could have turned on Channel Four--which was also showing "War and Peace"-and allowed their subscribers to c o n t i n u e watching after VVHTN's ac- SUNDAY SOLO cident. But they didn't. (Actually the most ;||* filling parti of i"War and Peace" were on Monday and Tuesday nights-the Batfle of Borodiiio, the burning of Moscow and the retreat from Moscow-apectactes t h a t showed where a good part of that $100 million went and that would have made the late Cecil B. DeMille green with envy. * * · If I may borrow one of the Gazette's "Scowls" from ita editorial "Smiles and Scowls" column, I'd like to award it to the geniuses who decided to program Part Two of "War and Peace" and Part One of the six-part ·erica, "The Life of Leonardo da Vinci" on the'same Sunday night. The aeries on Leonardo was filmed originally by the Italian state television network and it is extremely well done. I advise to catch Part Two tonight and the rest of the series on subsequent Sundays. * * · All the summer variety shows appear to have been made on an austerity budget. The best of the lot is the hour hosted by David Steinberg and I hope somebody will give bun his own show in the fall. The worst is the Ken Berry "Wow" show. I like John Byner and parts of his program are very funny, but an bow is just ··bout 30 minutes too long. Disc- cussion Country-flavored rock PATCHWORK- Victor. YOU LAY OUT YOUR OWN POOL! WE---WILL BUILD IT... the shop* and size you want in continuous-wall/ free-form Fun Fiberglas to YOU* SPECIFICATIONS! ,JL FOR A NO-OBLIGATION APPOINTMENT OR DISCUSSION FOR DURABILITY 4 COST ECONOMY, WE RECOMMEND FIBERGLAS. OTHER TYPES AVAILABLE AIRFAX, INC. xn ».0.1011501 (5701 M« t C.rMt «»t. S.W.) $«. thai., W. V.. 1S30J ·RCA This debut album by a group born five years ago, is outstanding. The material is country-flavored rock and e a s y - g o i n g ballads. The group--three men and · woman--Is very good. There is a very comfortable Ian and Sylvia feel to most of tht vocals; la fact, Kitty sounds very much like Sylvia. Tha instrumentation is standard flat guitar, fiddles, harmonica, etc. It la certainly competent, some- tunes more than that. The best cut is Bob Dy- lan'c "You Ain't Gout' Nowhere," although none of the songs is actually weak. Other selections include: "Freebora Man," "Blue Skies and T a a r d r o p a , " "Rainln' Outside My Door," "Mountain Lady," "What Is the Color of the Soul of Man" "Kelli," "You Better Know What You're Doin'," "Memoirs," and "Clear Creek Waterfall." Most of the material is original. Patchwork creates a pattern of sound that delights too ear. (J.C.) SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL

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