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September 3, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 52

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Noah 0 Concord College CD Insight © Hargis Q (0 Life Q Look Up f£) Q Double Deckers 11:00 0 Chapel Q Jubilee (0 Profile IB Humbard {0 Across Fence Q Q Camera Three © Q Bulhvinkle 11:30 0 Answer (D Church |0 Insight 0 Face Nation Q Life © O Wish AFTERNOON 12:00 Q Mormon Choir Q Revival Qj) Rifleman © Repass £0 TEA Kl Humbard j 4:30 0 Matinee IB "Shattered Room" IB "Enemy General" Q Voyage 5:00 |0 TEA O uso O Kid Talk 5:30 Q Auto Quiz Q QAnimal World EVENING 6:00 Q fB IB Comment QO 60 Minutes IB Wild Kingdom Q Victory 0 What's New 6:30 O O IE) ID IB News Q) Newsmaker '72 g Prayer Hodgepodge Lodge 7:00 CIO Primus 0(0(0 Wild Kingdom QfD Lassie (B Welk Q Movie 0 Electric Co. 7:3000(0©© Disney Q Q Movie Q French Chef 8:00 (BO FBI 0 Firing Line 8:30 0 0 © © ® Father on Trial 9:00 0 0 © © © Bonanza Q Answer i ® O Olympics 03 O Olympics j O Masterpiece Theater 12:30 0 At Issue Q Bonnie Lou ID Year 2000 © Life © Open Bible Q Face Nation Mm 0 O (DfB (0 Meet Press Q Gospel Time Q "Masters of Congo Jungle" 1:30 ©flD Roller Derby Q Truth © Failh (0 Gospel Talent 2:00 Q Film 9:30 0 O Da Vinci 10:00 O0 (Q ©(0 Bold Ones 0 Evening at Pops 10:30 Q Death Valley Q Dragnet 11:00 0 0 © Q 0 B© IB IB News 11:15 O Repass 11:30 Q Telethon 0 Insight © © © Tonight Q "Decision at Sundown'' ft "Dream Maker" © Consultation © "Operation White C0 Death Valley j Shark 1 ' Three Olympic specials on television today CAMERA THREE. "Paris As You Remember It." (Repeat). Nostalgia is the theme of this half-hour as four French entertainers. Les Frcres Jacques, sing a group of songs that recall the Paris of 25 years ago. The quartet offer the songs in French, introducing their renditions with clarifying remarks in English. Pianist Hubert Metzger. their arranger, accompanies th'jm in per'crmnnce. 11 a.m. CBS. 0O t- OLYM"K: G.'MES. Live from Munich, ('"." ABC begins its program of coverage of the Olympic Games--the first of three specials today--with a telecast of the following events: track and field, swimm'ng, basketball and equestrian sports. 12 noon. ABC. Q3 Q *· FACE THE -' A T · O ;. George '. !eany. nresiden!. of the AFL-CIO." v/ill be interviewed. 11:30 a. m. CBS. Q · MEET THE "RES?. Richard C. G-a s'cnb?rg. chairman o' the board of the General Motors Carrx-ra n. will be interviewed, live f r o m Washington.1 p.m. NBC. O O 03 03 Q3 · ISSUES AND ANSWERS. Leonard Woodcock, presi- CALL A 'PRO' Shelley Winters dent o' the United Automobile Workers, will be interviewed live from Washington. 2 p. m. ABC. 0 »· OLYMPIC GAMES. Frr it* second program of the day, /'EC's cameras are beamec, live from Munich, Germany, on the following competitions this afternoon: boxing, diving, basketball ?nd volleyball. 4 p.m. ABC. 03Q »· MOVIE. "Enter Laughing." (1967). ( R e p e a t ) . Adanlsri from the Broadway plsy of the seme litle. this is r very funny story about a Jewish boy from the BroT: who wants to become a stage and screen star. Most of the Ivlari'y comes from Carl Reiner's writing. and the periormances of Shelly Winters, Elaine May and Jack Gilfcrd. Reni Santoni, in the part Alan Arkin played on the stage and became an instant star, is miscast in t h ? film. 7 : 30 p. m. CBS. 0 Q K SPECIAL. "Father On Trial." Darren McGavin does very well in this unsold pilot, adding interest to the rslhcr stereotyped role of a widower with kids running all over the place, and Barbara Feldon seems sparked by the presence of her costar. The plot has McGavin playing a judge who can't keep housekeepers, with his five kids raising havoc all the time, and before you can say "court adjourned," he falls in love with an attractive a n d available woman who simply adores him. 8:30 p. m. NBC. O 0 03 03© *· OLYMPIC GAMES. Sports enthusiasts have an evening of contests featuring some of the world's finest athletes, as ABC's crews choose from among the following events for the two- hour broadcast: track and field, basketball, boxing, equestrian, swimming, diving, volleyball, and weightlifting. 9 p. m. ABC. Q3 Q *· MASTERPIECE T H E ATER. "The Last of the Mohicans.' 1 No. 5. (Repeat). The most fascinating aspect of this episode is its contrasting picture of two very dif- fe:ent societies and the values they attach to honor. In the case of the British Col. Munro and the French Gen. Montcalm, terms of surrender, once agreed upon by both parties, are binding and honorable. To the Indian Huron, Magua, however, to go back to his people with no blood on his hatchet, brings nothing but shame. Disturbing and dramatically sound entry, very well played as u s u a l . 9 p.m. ETV. Q TV Movies FOR YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS JAMES i. HUNTER RT.t 10X2(34 CHARLESTON 343-5419 ATIONWIDE umnmi mm imuiEt mmn . umniM mm i* aaunt ctmn · uimtiK UK MSHIKI cnmit Who R«ads Want Ads? vVho Doesn't? 348-4848 Sunday "Masters of the Congo Jungle," (1959) *'**, 1 p.m.., Q with Orson Welles and Willam Warfield. * * · "Bullet for a Badman," (1964) ", 2:30 p.m., 0 with Audie Murphy and Darren McGavin. "King's Pirate," (1967) ", 2:30 p.m., Q with Doug McClure and Jill St. John. "Malaga"" (I960) ", 2:30 p.m., Q3 with Trevor Howard and Dorothy Dandridge. "The Shuttered Room." 4:30 p.m., Q3 with Gig Young and Carol Lynley. "Enemy General," (J960) **, 4:30 p.m., 03 with Van Johnson and Jean Pierre Aumont. "The Dream Maker," (1963) ·%, 11:15 p.m., Q with Angela Douglas and Tommy Steele. · * · "Decision at Sundown," (1957) **, 11:30 p.m., Q with Randolph Scott and John Carroll. "Operation White Shark," 11:30 p.m., Q3 with Rod Dana. Monday "Let's Do It Again," (1953) ·*'A, 11:30., p.m. 0 with Jane Wyman and Ray Milland. "Red Mountain." (1951) ··',4, 11:30 p.m.. Q3 with Alan Ladd and Arthur Kennedy. * * · "Perils of Pauline," (1967) *'/j, 11:30 p.m., O with Pat Boone and Terry Thomas. LABOR DAY BELL RINGERS WRANGLER AND OTHER FAMOUS NAME BRAND MEN'S BOOTS VALUES TO $35. WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES DOORS OPEN 1 °° SAVE *| °° TO »3 A PAIR ON CONVERSE MEN'S PRICES GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST. TENNIS SHOES VALUES FAMOUS BRANDS LADIES' LOAFERS 9 99 SIZES 6/at« 13. (BOYS SIZES 56.91) $9.99 VALUES $ TO ^ $21.00 4 AAA TO C SHOE STORE LABOR DAY HOURS 316 12th STREET 11 A.M. TO 9 P.M. DUNBAR CHARLESTON, W. VA. SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL

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