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The Paducah Sun from Paducah, Kentucky • 27

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The Paducah Suni
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Paducah, Kentucky
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TV SECTION SUN-DEMOCRAT, PADUCAH, KENTUCKY PAGE 3 January 12 "Secret Service." William Gillette's tum-of-the-century melodrama of Civil War espionage 8:30 P.M. 4V I i i LOU GRANT (Edward Asner), In uniform for an Army reunion, faces a dilemma when a Casanova service buddy wants a date with Mary Richards -(Mary Tyler Moore) on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show," Saturday, Jan. 15, at 7 PM. on Channels 12 and 5. Gleason to host awards program 6:30 P.M.

(21) Kentucky Magazine. (12) -The Price Is Right (5) To Tell The Truth. (3) News. (2) Hollywood Squares. (6) Good Ole Nashville Music.

7:00 P.M. (6)(4)-CPOSharkey: (3) (2) The Bionic Woman. Jaime's life is imperiled through the jealousy of an OSI cryptographer over the organization's funding of his brother's "flashy" mind control research. (12) (5) Good Times. Florida is concerned because Thelma's involvement with a handsome African student has gone beyond the cultural-exchange level.

(21) Nova. Scientists who hunt dinosaur fossils claim dinosaurs were hot-blooded, successful animals, and are still alive today as birds. 7:30 P.M. (6) (4) The McLean Stevenson Show. Deciding it's time to paddle her own Mac's daughter, Janet, takes her kids and abandons the family abode.

12) (5) The Jeffersons. 8:00 P.M. (6) (4) Sirota's Court. Bud's romance is sandwiched in with Night Court cases involving a sailor with a misplaced tattoo, a diminutive man who masquerades as a police officer, and a girl charged with prostitution. (12) (5) Wesdnesday Night Movies.

"Cage Without A Key," Trapped in a web of circumstance and coincidence, an earnest, likeable teen-ager finds herself living a nightmare. (3) (2) Baretta. Tony is confronted by an angry ghetto nun when one of her "clean" street kids is murdered to keep him from talking to the police. (21) Great Performances. 6:30 P.M.

(6) Porter Wagoner Show. (2) Name That Tune. (3) News. (5) -To Tell The Truth. (12) -Wild World of Animals.

(21) Crockett's Victory Garden. Tips are given on gardening with artificial sunshine. 7:00 P.M. (21) The Incredible Bread Machine. A look at the connection between personal and economic freedom, exploring personal rights and advocating the return to a free society.

(6) (4) Bunco. Two officers are diverted from solving crimes such as swindles and check forgeries to catch the culprit who attacked a female of ficer. (3) (2) Welcome Back Kot-ter. The sweathogs uncover some shady dealings at Buchanan High School when they become the school paper's investigative reporters. (12) (5) The Waltons.

Old enough to fall in love, but not to get married without parental consent, Erin and her boyfriend decide to elope. 7:30 P.M. January 14 6:30 (6) Carroll Hubbard Reports. (21) Comment On Kentucky. Newsmen and humanist discuss issues of importance to the Commonwealth.

(3) News. (2) Bobby Vinton Show. (12) -Dolly. (5) To Tell The Truth. 7:00 P.M.

(12) (5) Snoopy At The Ice Follies. A musical comedy on ice, hosted by Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz, (3) (2) (21) Washington Week Ia Review. (6) (4)- Sanford and Son. Fred Sanford's accountant tries to get him to complete his income tax forms and avoid a late payment penalty, but all that Fred's interested in is winning a Redd Foxx look-alike contest.

7:30 P.M. (6) (4) Chico And The Man. In spite of his feisty manner, Ed Brown is elected president of the Barrio Better Business Bureau. 21 -Wall Street Week. 8:00 P.M.

(3) (2) Friday Night Movie. "Fantasy Island." Bill Bixby, Sandra Dee star. Three people fly in for a weekend at a glamorous' island paradise, where for $50,000 ach, they can live out their most compelling fantasies. (12) (5) The Sonny And Cher Show. (21) Documentary Showcase.

An Essay On Poverty. (6) (4) TheRockford Files. 9:00 P.M. (12) (5) Executive Suite. (21 Agronsky At Large.

(6) (4) Serpico. In the course of investigating a slaying, Serpico uncovers a sex scandal involving a mayoral candidate and some of his female campaign volunteers. 9:30 P.M. (21) Woman. "Working Class 10:00 P.M.

(6) (4) (12) (5) (3) (2) -News, Weather and Sports. 10:30 P.M. (2) Mary Hartman. (6)(4) TonightShow. (5) Gunsmoke.

(12) Movie. "Ice Station Zebra." (3) S.W.A.T. 11:00 P.M. (2) S.W.A.T. 11 :30 P.M.

(5) Ironside. (3) Late Movie. With Care." 12: 00 Midnight (2) Peter Marshall Show. (6) (4) The Midnight Special. 12:30 A.M.

(12) (5) News. 1:00 A.M. (3) News. (5) Suspense Theatre. 1:30 A.M.

(2) PTLClub. 3:30 A.M. (6) (4) Movie. Robert Forster and Susan Sullivan star. Lt.

Matt Lewis and Sgt. Brian Ccott of the Los Angeles Police Department scour the city in search of a psychopath with a grudge against a country-western singer. (3) (2) Charlies Angels. Sabrina, Jill, Kelly and Bosley pull off a series of cons to trap a clever compulsive gamble whose "habit" is supported by criminal activities. 10:00 P.M.

(6) (2) (4) (12) (5) News, Weather and Sports. 10:30 P.M. (3) Mystery Movie of the Week. "The Assassin" Chris falls for a lovely girl photographer marked for death by a professional killer who believes the girl has been following him around and taking his picture. Also, "The -Black Box Murders" starring Julie Newmar.

(2) MaryHartman. (12) Movie. "Sudden Terror" u4 (5) Gunsmoke. (4) TonightShow. (6) Kentucky Basketball.

11:00 P.M. (2) Mystery Movie of the Week. 11:30 P.M. (5) Ironside. 12:00 Midnight (12)(5)-toews.

1:45 A.M. (2)-PTLClub. 3:45 A.M. (2) News. January 13 8:00 P.M.

(3) (2) -Barney Miller. (6) (4) Tommy Damon becomes an embittered woman trapped in a loveless marriage; and Emily Massengale tries to block the promotion of her husband. 21 Visions. "Prison Game" tells of three game show contestants of which one has murdered her husband. (12) (5) Hawaii FiveFive-O chief Steve McGarrett is arrested for murder, the victim of a baffling frame-up.

8:30 P.M. (3) (2) The Tony Randall Show. Judge Walter Franklin is charged with three counts of first degree tyranny by his two children and his housekeeper. 9:00 P.M. (3) (2) The Streets of San Francisco.

The investigation of an apparently unrelated series of slayings reveals only one slender clue all the victims were the same age. (12) (5) Barnaby Jones. David Hedison guest stars as a handsome playboy who is developing a romantic interest in of a freak in the business. Already the American Guild of Variety Artists has named Johnny Carson its entertainer of the year and announced the win ners in 11 other entertainment categories. And the 90-minute awards show is being pre taped eliminating any possible suspense of a live broadcast.

But, all this doesn't bother Jackie Gleason, who is hosting the show for the third year from the stage of the big room at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. "The Great One" flew in from his home in Florida, worked six days on the show and flew back, eager to get away from Nevada. "It was neither hot nor cold there," he said. "And all they do is gamble and Did the "they" include Jackie Gleason? "I gambled a little, and as Frank Fay used to say about liquor, 'I know the taste of Gleason replied. Although Gleason has been nominally absent from television in recent years, he hasn't been lying fallow.

He just completed work in two motion pictures "Windfall," which was filmed in Italy and San Francisco, and "Smokey and the Bandit," with Burt Reynolds in Georgia, where else? "Reynolds won't work without his alligators," Gleason commented, about the actor's long string of swamp movies. And in the grand style which has become his trademark, Gleason will start work in March on a TV series for ABC which will be filmed in Florida and not too far from Gleason's palatial lakeside home in Inverrary. The proposed series is ed "Panama Fargo" and Gleason plays a retired trouble shooter for an ad agency who finds more Continued On Page 4 By RICHARD K. SHULL After firearms, squealing tires and the howl of a studio of television's favorite entertainment forms is the awards show. And as this TV season progresses, "pass the envelope, please" will become the most popular phrase on the tube.

So the AGVA Awards show Sunday, Jan. 16, on CBS is somewhat Betty Jones, when the weekend is spoiled by the murder of his wealthy cousin. 9:30 P.M. (21) Jeanne Wolf With David Suskind. 10:00 PM.

(2) (6) (4) (12) (5) News, Weather and Sports. 10:30 P.M. (12) Movie. Kojak. (3) Thursday Night Special.

(5) Gunsmoke. (6) (4) TonightShow. 11:00 P.M. (2) News Special. 11:30 P.M.

(5) Ironside. 12:00 Midnight (2) PTLClub. (6) (4) Tomorrow Show. 12:30 A.M. (5) News.

1:00 A.M. (5) Movie. "River of 1:20 A.M. (12) News. 2:00 A.M.

(2) News. (2) News. (3) What's Happening. v..

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