Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 17, 1975 · Page 95
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August 17, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 95

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WALTONS. (Repeat). "The Job." John Boy accepts a part-time job reading to a blind young woman who obviously resents his intruding into her life. 8 p.m. CBS. O 2) STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO. (Repeat). "Labyrinth." Three syndicate men terrorize a downtown hotel after failing to carry out a plan of revenge. 9 p.m. ABC. (D QD HARRY 0. (Repeat). M Lester." Orwell finds himself up against an exceptionally cunning criminal when he tries to clear a college student suspected of murder. The young man, a student of criminology, insists on helping Harry solve the case. 10 p.m. ABC. OD (9 Do-it-yourselfers Why pay the price ol waiting 7 BUILD YOUR HOME NOW! Handy ind amUllou*? Lucky you. The Miles-Oo-lt-Yourseil Plan lets you escape high monthly payments and high labor costs due to inflation. While others have to wait and pay more... you start buildinp your home and financial security. Te Miles Way is built on confidence. What you lack in the bank, make up lor by pounding and painting, with credit, pre- Thcrc's a loci) rtprncntatlvt In your area. Phone (304)745-4376 cut materials, blueprints and instructions. Start with practically no down payment. Make small monthly payments. Your lot need not be paid for. Build from our plans. your plans . . . or the best of both. Why wilt? Send coupon today. The Do-lt-Yoursell Specialists Send me YOUI FREE New 1975 Great Homes Idea Book MIUS HOMES, Oept.WV-6 Rt. 5. Box 625, Clarksburg, W. Va. 26301 Nairn- ' ....... _ . . . City Phwl Stale . ?IP ------------- | ... ----------- · Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 Ian Carmichael portrays Lord Peter Wimsey on "Masterpiece Theater" at 8:30 p.m. today on PBS- · . , ,,H . ., TV. - . . - . . . . . . . : v v Convincing white soul HEART OF THE CITY -- Barro- bai, SD36-118 (Atco Record*, dit- tributed by Atlantic). Barrabas is a : Spanish group that produces some of the best disco music vou can find today.- It .was this band that did the original "Hi-jack!" which has become the largest-selling: dfsco hit:so far. ' On "Heart of the City," the 6-man group creates eight more exciting numbers. The music on each cut is tighVrhythrn bound. It has teen calletl "a unique, kaleidoscopic blend of Afro-Moorish arid Caribbean-influenced .rhythms, a. convincing white soul feeling..." The vocals--in three and four-part harmony--are uniformly fine, and the beat is just right for dancing. Among the better tunes on the album are "Take :a Wild Ride," "Family Size'-' and '.'Thank You Love." Each^can -: and should -be a radiojiit as well as a disco smash. . ,. Barrabas makes fine dancing and listening music. -. ' (JO- TROOPER -- MCA-2149 (Legend Records, distributed by MCA). It seems only fair that the Guess Who gayeois-Baehtnan-Turner Overdrive should be given back to us by Randy Bachman. . Disc-cussion Trooper is a Guess Who before that Canadian :band went sour; It is : an excellent hard-rock band -- another in a string Canada has prod- . .uced. ; · " . ' . - · Ra McGuire sings vocals and he has a rough, tough-edged voice that reminds of early Guess Who vocals and most of BTO's lead singing. Each of the other band members Brian Smith on guitar, Harry Ka-._ lensky on bass and Tommy Stewart on drums -- is excellent and turns in strong background vocal work. The album begins with one of the strongest rock tunes around, 'Tin in Trouble Again." It is hard-hitting, straight ahead rock music. Other good cuts on the set include "General Hand Grenade," "All of the Time" and "Love of My Life." on which Stewart sings lead and Randy Bachman plays lead guitar on the right side. It is uncertain whether this band can play anything besides full-force rock 'n' roll, but it is superfine at that. Somebody ought to thank Bachman for giving us Trooper. (TPR) How to decide if league bowling^ is for you. Maybe your Gold Pin Fun Center can answer some of your questions and help you make up your mind. What's so special about league bowling? There really are lotsof advantages. Like havingalanereservedforyour team at a set time every week. And never having to hunt for someone to bowl with. And the extra fun of competition, and seeing your game improve through regular weekly bowling. Not to mention meeting new people. Who will I bowl with? That's largely up to you. There are men's leagues, women's leagues, mixed leagues, and junior leagues. You can join alone, as a couple, or as a group if you like. If your group is big enough, it might even be the . whole league. How good do I have to be? That's where the handicap system comes in-It's a way of levelingout differences between beginning, inter- mediate, and advanced bowlers, so they can all compete happily in the same league. How much does it cost? No more than if you were to bowl once a week on your own. And unlike most participant sports, league bowling is.something you can enjoy without spending a lot of money on equipment and accessories--it's all here for you, including rental of shoes. Whenwffllbowl? Leagues usually me'et once a week at a set time. There are weeknight leagues, weekend leagues, and weekday leagues at most Gold Pin Fun Centers, so you're sure to find a time convenient for you. How do I join? Just call or stop by your nearby Gold Pin Fun Center. We'll do the rest, including helping you decide which league is best for you. But there's no time to waste. Fall leagues are forming now, so contact us today! ' © Copyright 1975 / National Bowling Council Leagues now forming. GOLD PIN^FW CENTERS BOUVLEARD RECREATION CTR. Charleston VENTURE LANES St. Albans ROBIN LANES Charleston TOWN'N COUNTRY LANES Nitro

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