Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 18, 1976 · Page 82
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July 18, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 82

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'Tomorrow' will focus on B'way musicals SANFORD SON - (Repeat). "Lament Goes African." Fred thinks Lament's fascination with Africa is ludicrous, until he meets a Nigerian woman who causes him to reconsider. 10a.m. ALL IN THE FAMILY - (Repeat). "Gloria, the Victim." After Gloria is accosted at an abandoned construction site, she struggles with her conscience over whether to report the incident or keep silent and avoid any more embarrassment. 3 p.m. CBS O CD MOVIN' ON - (Repeat). "The Old South Will Rise Again." Convinced that Luke Henshaw and his granddaughter, Lila, will be risking their lives if they launch their balloon, "Old South," in a Georgia air race, Sonny and Will try to stop them. In a "last-gasp" effort, Son : ny forgets to let go of a fast-rising anchor rope and switches from piloting a rig on the road to piloting a balloon in the air. 8 p.m. NBC O © LOWELL THOMAS REMEMBERS -- "1958." American space monkeys were in a race with Russian spacedogs in 1958, and in February the Army launched its first satellite. Pope Pius Xll died; Nixon was stoned in Peru; and British troops were in Jordan. It was a turbulent year. Lowell Thomas was recently awarded the 1976 American Education Award "for helping human beings everywhere to better understand and appreciate the people, places, and events of their world."8 p.m. PBS©® GOOD TIMES - (Repeat). Florida's dinner treat, an expensive roast beef from the neighborhood rip-off supermarket, puts everyone on sick call, and Florida and the store manager clash. 8:30 p.m. CBS OGD MASH -- (Repeat). A fever of epidemic proportions is striking down front-line soldiers, filling the hospital's beds to overflowing, and on the theory that it may be caused by rat-borne mites and fleas, Col. Potter adds rat control to Frank Burns' already designated duties as rumor control officer. 9 p.m. CBS O® »· POLICE WOMAN - (Repeat). "The Pawnshop." Pepper goes un- dercover as a fence to break up a burglary ring that deals in expensive antiques. Joan Collins and Diane Baker head the guest cast. 9 p.m. NBC O (BO) ©IS) ONE DAY AT A TIME - (Repeat). Julie's determination to l e a r n f r o m h e r o w n m i s t a k e s forces Ann to let Julie accept a job, even though it's against Ann's better judgement. 9:30 p.m. CBSOCD CITY OF ANGELS - (Repeat). '-The November Plan" (Part.l). Diane Ladd, Meredith Baxter Bir- This Week at Sunrise Charleston's center of arts and education is open to the public free Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to4p.m., Sunday 2 to 5 p.m.. closed Monday. Art Gallery Exhibits: Allied Artists: Peter Hoss of Cohasset; Mass.: Betty Warner. Children's Museum Plains Indians, -Five Simple Machines, Mars Viking, Grandma's Attic, Live Animals and Fish, Hapgood Doll House, and Hall Features. Planetarium "Mission Mars," 3 p.m.. Sunday, July 18. "The Current Sky," 1:30 p.m., Wednesday, July 21. - Garden Center Mini Exhibit. Special Events Lectures on Plains Indians in the H a l l of Man at 1 and 3 p . m . , Wednesday, July 21. TIRED OF W O R K I N G FOR SOMEONE ELJSE · EXPLORE THE POSSIBILITIES OF GOING INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF. · TALK TO REPS F R O M DOZENS OF COMPANIES FROM COAST TO COAST - NO OBLIGATION. · SEE IF THERE IS A BUSINESS RIGHT FOR ' YOU. · INVEST A FEW HOURS IN YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR FUTURE - · Attend the "OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS EXPO" JULY23.24.2S Admission $2.00 RAMADA INN Second Avo. Si 8 St. S. Charleston. W.VA. Hours' FriSatl p.m.-9p.m. Suril p.m.-Sp.m. Produced by: Main L inn Mark«ina . 121 SI 26B-7230_ ney, Laurence Luckinbill, and Lloyd Nolan guest-star in the first segment of a three-part drama in which Jake Axminster delves into a homicide case and uncovers a high- level plot. Starlet Mary Kingston and actor George Donaldson flee after inadvertently witnessing a heated argument between an outspoken columnist and a newspaper scion at a lavish party. When Donaldson is found dead, Mary retains Jake to clear her of a homicide charge. 10 p.m. NBC O ® ® © © SWITCH - ( R e p e a t ) . Against Mac's advice, Pete takes on the assignment of helping a woman try to establish whether her despised uncle is really dead and buried. 10 p.m. CBS® " MYSTERY OF THE WEEK (Repeat). "Who Killed Lamb?" Stanley Baker stars as Detective Chief Superintendent Jamieson of New Scotland Yard, who investigates the strange death of Octavius Lamb, a man beloved by his family and business associates. 11:45 p.m. ABC (BO TO CELEBRATE OUR COUNTRY'S BIRTHDAY WE ARE . i OFFERING YOU FANTASTIC SAVINGS, THRU THE MONTH J OF JULY-CALL NOW-SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! * REPLACEMENT WINDOWS BY MAGIC WINDOW CO. )f Deforo -O-9- After * TOMORROW -- Broadway musicals will be the theme. Guests will include Josh Logan and Jule Styne. la.m. NBC OQDGD 1335" ? AGAINST {TERMITES! { CALL FOR FREE INSPECTION! \ LET US TREAT YOUR HOME ^NOW! 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