Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 10, 1975 · Page 75
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August 10, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 75

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'Manhattan Transfer'premieres tonight MEET THE PRESS. In this special one-hour edition of the weekly ; program, six of the nation's top law i enforcement officials will be "interviewed by Joss M. Ferrer III of Time magazine, Carl T. Rowan of the Chicago Daily News; James J. Kilpatrick of the Washington Star Synidate; and Bill Monroe of NBC News. The guest roster includes Joseph D. McNamara, Chief of Police of Kansas City, Mo.; James C. Parsons, Chief of Police, of Birmingham, Ala., Hubert Williams, Police Director of Newark, N.J.; Patrick V. Murphy, President of the Police Foundation; Robert J. diGrazia, Police Commissioner of Boston, Mass., and Edward M. Davis, Chief of Police in Los Angeles, Calif. 12 Noon. NBC. O ® US) © © f »· GOLF SPECIAL. "PGA Championship." Three-day coverage ends today with the "final action of the 1975 PGA Golf Championship from the Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio. 4:30 p.m. ABC,OB® person of Ian Carmichael. Carmi- chaei's performance as the impos-, ter Mr. Bredon, gets a bit too edgy · at times, but it's always persuasive and colorful. 8:30 p.m. PBS. 9 GD 60 MINUTES. Perhaps the highlight of the show this week is an extensive interview with First Lady Betty Ford. The interview was con- ducted at the White House by CBS. News Correspondent Morley Safer, who found the First Lady "open, honest, and completely frank." 9:30 p.m. CBS. O L CONVERSATIONS WITH ERIC SEVAREID. Three generations of women of an active and prominent family talk candidly about their public lives. The focus is on Marietta Tree, United States representative to the United Nations' Human Rights Commission during the Kennedy Administration, long active in government and public affairs. Seyareid also talks with her "notorious" mother, Mary Elizabeth Peabbdy, who is best known for being arrested while participating in a, civil rights demonstration in Florida in 1964 (when she was in her seventies); her famous daugh- ter,f;Francea Fitzgerald, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Fire in thelLake," a brilliant history of American involvement in Indochina; .Don't miss this lively and provocative fiscussion. 6 p.m: CBS. Offl ·' · THE MANHATTAN TRANSFER. (Premiere). A singing foursome called "The; Manhattan Transfer" step into the spotlight for a four-week musical series which may turn out to be the best of the summer: Singing in rich, four- part harmony, Tim Hauser, Janis Siegel, Laurel Masse, and Alan Paul manage to flood the screen with energy and imagination as they v offer a nostalgic blend of swing; jazz, rhythm and blues from thei'30s, '40s, and '50s. Best of all, theyfre a visual group, as skillful in movement as they are in their grarid display of scat-singing. Something for everyone. 7:30 p.m. CBS|O(I) THE BEST OF THE EVENING At'l'POPS. "Roger Williams." (Repeat.) The piano keys resound to the flamboyant touch of pianist Roger Williams, who starts off his guest appearance on the series with Brahms' spirited Hungarian Dance No. 5, and then goes through a repertoire of popular music, including a medley of Academy Award ..winning songs, plus his own version of the Chopin sound he calls, "Chopin '73." As for the Boston Pops, they offer music by Mendelssohn. Richard Strauss, and Cole Porter. 7:30 p.m. PBS. O® MASTERPIECE THEATER. "Murder Must Advertise." (Repeat). Dorothy Sayers' fascinating four-part thriller introduces viewers to an uncomfortably murky British advertising company in the early 1930s, and practically hurls Lord Peter Winsey into the pit, by making him pose as a copywriter in an uncomfortably alien atmosphere. Nothing daunted, Lord Peter prowls about the crowded rooms and narrow corrridors searching for clues, to the murder of the man he's replacing, in the This Week at Sunrise Charleston's center of arts and education is open to the public free Tuesday through Saturday 10 a. m. to 4 p. m., Sunday 2 to 5 p. m., closed Monday. Art Gallery - Last : day for Rental Gallery and Photography exhibits. Gallery Instructors and Students exhibition beginning Aug. 13. Children's Museum -Life on the Shore, A n c i e n t Greece, Galaxy Room ; Live Animals and Fish, Hall Features, Stamp Club, Hapgood Doll House, Antique Study Club, and Winnie the Pooh. Garden Center Cacti and African Violet exhibits. Planetarium "Fire in the Sky," 3 p. m., Aug. 1 0 . ' · · - . . . "The Current Sky," 1:30 p. m.,- Aug. 13. - - . , Kanawha Valley Astronomical Society meeting at 7:30 p. m.; Star Party at dusk, Aug. 15. . Special Events Public Snake Talk at 1:30 p. m., Aug. 10. Berea College Puppet Caravan at 9:30 a. m., Aug. 11 to 15. Story telling at.10 a. m., Aug. 14. Fish Clinic at 9 a. m., Aug. 15. Crossword puzzle for Aug. 3 issue on page 9m today The crossword puzzle, which was inadvertently left out of the Aug. 3 issue of the State Magazine, is on page 9m of the Show Time section. The Aug. 10 issue of .the crossword puzzle and the solution to the Aug. 3 puzzle is on page 22m of the State' Magazine section. Radio Classics Classical music scheduled to be broadcast over radio stations WTIP and WTIO-FM at 5 p. m. today includes Mahler's "Symphony No. 9 in D" with Otto Klemperer conducting the New Philharmonia Orchestra; Prokofiev's '.'Symphony No. 5" \vith Leonard Bern- seih conducting the New York Philharmonic. Part One of "Politics U.S. A." will be presented at 10 p. m. "On the Town" will be broadcast at 10:30 p. m. NU-SASH SPECIAL... 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Best Day and Time Name ' Address City State Zip. Phone 1975. CHARLESTON. W. VA.7m

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