Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 87
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 87

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
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Marshal McCloud tracks strangle? APPLE'S WAY. ''The Tree." (Repeat). Ih'case you missed the openjng episode of this family'series, tune in tonight and meet California architect George Apple, his wifeBarbara.'and their four children, as they settle down to/life in Apple's hometown-in Iowa. They are a gentle familjf surrounded by dogs, exc^pfthat Apple is a fighter when necessary, and he's sharply opposed to cutting down an old oak tree to make way for a new motel -- a project his partners actively support. 7:30 p.m. CBS Off) WORLD OF D I S N E Y . "For the Love of Willadean." Part II. (Repeat). Wonderful, old faithful Ed Wynn turns up here as a hobo, living in an empty house, and scaring four kids almost to death with his prowling about the place. As a sequel to last week's rerun of the city boy learning to get along with his new country playmates, it's a delight. The hour belongs to Mr. Wynn, of course, and he's a pleasure to watch in this 1964 Disney show. 7:30 p.m. NBC. O® 0)® © · ' MCCLOUD. "The Solid Gold Swingers." (Repeat). Suspenseful two-hour tale. McCloud is hot on the heels of a mad killer who's been strangling girls involved in a call girl ring. Dennis Weaver has a strong supporting cast to work with tonight, headed by Ross Martin, Neville Brand, Joanna Pettet, Joanna Barnes, and Steve Allen as McCloud goes barging in after the^culprit. 8:30 p.m. NBC. O ® ® US © * MASTERPIECE THE ATER. "Upstairs, Downstairs." (Rep_eat) Fascinating episode, full of passion, politics, finance, and anti- semitism, Edwardian-Style. Don't miss the masculine charm and grace of Donald dBurton's financial wizard, the Jewish-Armenian Julius Karekin, who bewitches Elizabeth with his joy of living, and comes to everyone's aid financially with enormous tact, reflecting his basic understanding and ironic acceptance of his place in so\. ciety. Remarkably well written character not only dominates the episode but also enriches the other characters in the process. 9 p.m. ETV. @ (?) FIRING LINE. "Am- ;§nesty." The highly contro- explosive subject of amnesty for deserters and draft evaders is debated by program host, William F. Buckley Jr., and his guest, former U. S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark. 10 p.m. ETV. a (S This Week At Sunrise Charleston's center of arts and education is open to the public free Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday 2 to 5 p.m., closed Monday. PLANETARIUM "Voyage to the Planets," 3 p.m., June 16; "Summer Stars," 1 p.m., June 19 and 3 p.m., June 22. EXHIBITS Ancient Greece, Questors Case, Live Animals, Tri- Cycle Trip, Galaxy Room, Stamp Club Collection, Hans Christian Andersen Storybook Room. SPECIAL EVENTS Fish Clinic, 9 a.m., June 17. Star Party at dusk, June 21. ART GALLERY "The Gund Collection of Western Art." Summer Classes at the Gallery begin June 17. GARDEN CENTER Walk and Talk in the Rose Garden, June 16. Dimensional Pictures workshop at 10 a.m., June 22. On Fuel Bilk And Beat The Energy Crisis WITH INSULATED ALUMINUM SIDING This cutaway drawing shows you the home owner how United Builders Inc. can offer tremendous heat savings and maintenance free siding. The Finest Tedlar finish in the industry that's ever been applied to aluminum siding: Half inch polystyrene foam that insulates your home and deadens the sound. Heavy duty gold back aluminum foil. ave Now HOMEOWNERS! to* Aluminize Insulate Your Home In One Application KEEPS OUT OPPRESSIVE HEAT IN SUMMERS-YOUR HOME STAYS COOLER, AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT DOESN'T HAVE TO RUN AS HARD. Dollar for Dollar you get more for your Money Proved to be tough, hard and strong Goes over any surface. CUTS FUEL BILLS SUBSTANTIALLY IN WINTER BY KEEPING MORE FURNACE HEAT INSIDE THE HOUSE-YOUR FURNACE WORKS LESS, LASTS LONGER. Radio Classics Classical music scheduled to be broadcast over radio stations WTIP and WTIO- FM at 5 p.m. today includes selections by Chopin, Khach- aturian. Stoelzel, Minkus, Massenet and Saint-Saens. At 10 p.m. the stations will present "A Portrait of Abdul Allatif." "On A Clear Day, You Can See Forever," starring Barbara Harris and John Callum, will be broadcast at 10:30 p.m. 40 YEAR GUARANTEE Non-Proroted On Moteriol FILL OUT THIS COUPON-TEAR OFF AND MAIL AT ONCE BANK FINANCINC AVAILABLE UNITED BUILDERS, INC. 418W«U*|tMSt.W«t Charleston, W.Va. 25302 Phone 344-9871 CALL 24 HOURS: Out-of-town-Call Collect UNITED BUILDERS, INC. 418 Wash. St. W. Charleston, W. Va. 25302 Please contact us for this offer. We understand there is no obligation. "·-·» Name Rhone Street County Cit / Zone State Directions (If R. D. address) We are usually home [] |n 'he Afternoon fj In the Evening QWe are homeowners CHARLESTON, W. VA. 3s

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