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Cincinnati, Ohio
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Thursday, May 11, 1972
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$12 Million More To Ohio WASHINGTON (TJPI) THe Justice Department has released $12,831,600 to Ohio under the Federal Safe Streets Act, bringing the' total received this year to $21,386,000. This Is the last distribution, to Ohio for the current fiscal year ending June 30. I i FCC LICENSE t Flrl CUnt hi k, ' ELKINS INSTITUTE ea. No. 0I34T 11750 Chtstardol Rood 771-8580 THE IDEAL GIFT T FOR MOTHER ThescMsawrs byCTSAIG Crate 2603 Portable . Cassette Recorder Cembintt suhtandina parformanct, rtcofdimj simplicity! CHfta "T" control. Automatic Uvel Control (AtC), Idml for homo, icheol, bviirwii. AC Adaptor includtd. . - ; 44 ; Othtr Models Available Us Voir lankAm tricar. - r Moitr Char? LAPIR0W BR0S. iKKs l4t HOFFNER (NeHhsldo) 2 Miiuitn Ofl I-7S Coltroin Exit Opci Men. tttra Sat. t to S P.M. 541-1285 Summer School Programs Individualized Tutoring a. Learning Foundations offers a unique elementary and high school remedial program in the basic skills of reading and math,, b. Each student is individually tested and tutored by a staff of certified teachers. , i c. Attitudes change in the student so that he likes to learn now! ' ENROLLMENT LIMITED SUMMER ENROLLMENT DEADLINE JUNE 6 COVINGTON, KY. 311 Philadelphia 491-0080 LEARNING FOUNDATIONS HighfS$hool ALL SfA'SMll IS i Get in on f he Basketball JUNE 10 Cincinnati Garden 'ADVANCE SALE: Adults $1.75 Students BASKETBALL Tickets ENQUIRER INFORMATION CENTER 617 Vine St., Cincinnati CINCINNATI GARDENS SPONSORED BY TV-Radio Briefs Black Dance Show Pilot Set At '12 WKRC-TV and General-American Productions will co-operate in an ambitious project to produce an hour-long black music-dance show for youth, "Soul Street," beginning it with the shooting of a pilot Sunday. Intentions are to syndicate it. The host will be Kenny Smith, Kennedy Heights, well-known local composer-singer. Two Channel 9 staffers, Jim (Oscar) Welch and Ron De-Moraes, will serve as producer and director, respectively, on a free-lance basis. Bob Lanier, GAP vice president-general manager, will be executive producer. Pilot guests include the Four Tops, Fundkadelics, Bill Doggett and Tommy Sears. James Brown has agreed to co-host every fifth show, starting, with the second, Lanier said. Guests for succeeding shows Include Gladys Knight and the Pips, Eighth Day, Chase, Carla Thomas, Soul Children, Major Lance, Emotions and Chi-Lites. Kenny Smith's GAR single, "Lord, What's Happening to Your People?" is scoring well. He penned The Platters "Think You Before . Walk Away." . Frost Said Stop David Frost called a July halt to his 90-minute daily B A NEWSCASTER CALL 721-8675 l Sftcul Mittni M Im Lltmtiri Columbia School ot Broadcasting . Holiday Park Towers APPROVED FOR VETERANS N0TIFFL CIS 70-12-0012 I CINCINNATI 8453 Winton Rd. 521.4526 EASTMfEST A contest of the best graduating senior football and basketball players from the western side of metropolitan Cincinnati against their counterparts from the east. THE ENQUIRER AND WKRC STATIONS for NEEDIEST KIDS OF ALL syndicated talk show in about 70 cities. In Its place, he will host six world-wide public-affairs specials over the next two years and 26 new "David Frost Revue" half-hours for Group W Productions. Frost's Para-dine group plans to produce for TV four Howard Fast "The Revolutionaries" films, .a James Michener movie, a series of George Simenon detective films other series in and six England. Sports On '12' ; Three half-hour sports shows begin summer runs soon on WKRC-TV. Starting May 20, "Sports Action Profile" about standout athletes will be at 4 p. m. Saturday, followed by Lee Trevino's golf tips at 4:30 p. m. Opening "Profile" show is about Marquette University basketball coach Al McGuire. Sunday, Virgil Ward's "Championship Fishing" show Is slotted, beginning ait 2 p. m. Trilogy On TV 9 There are three hilarious bitst in Friday's 7:30 p.m. "What Would You Say?" on ' Channel 9. One Is a pogo-stick contest to break balloons on a ceiling with pronged- helmets. In a "Feel for Fauna" contest, a blindfolded woman Identifies caged animals, only to be much surprised. Three women are asked to tell their weight in a third segment and one is found 20 pounds over her statement through scales concealed In seats. vs. . ST. LOUIS CARDINALS FRI. MAY 12 8:05 pm TEEN NITE $3 seats for $1 for ages through 19 SAT. MAY 13 5:30 pm SUN. MAY 14 1:15 pm DOUBLE-HEADER & BAT DAY Free Louisville Bat to each boy or girl, 14 and under, accompanied by separate paying adult. GET YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE: 307 VINE; RIVERFRONT STADIUM; HART PHARMACY IN PRICE HILL: BURKHAROT'S SUB. MEN'S STORES IN TRI-COUNTV, KENWOOD, HYOE PARK PLAZA AND BEECHMONT MALL: FAIRFIELD PHARMACY. Football JUNE 17 Nippert Stadium $.75 AT THE DOOR: Adults $2.00 Students $1.00 FOOTBALL Tickets ENQUIRER INFORMATION CENTER 6 1 7 Vine St., Cincinnati U.C: ATHLETIC TICKET OFFICE 'All In Family' Trio ONE BEGINS to look at the candidates for the Emmy awards, television's highest form of recognition, with a prejudicial eye and a subjective feeling the longer he's close to TV. At least, that's my feeling in projecting Sunday night's 1972 winners. My thoughts are split. On one hand, I am well aware of where the pendulum is with some shows. On the other, there is that human need to cheer for some. And, yes, there Is an "anti" feeling toward one or two. It's difficult to be outright objective. In 1971, The Enquirer's TV critic batted 13-for-17 in predicting Emmy winners. If that average is equalled this year (10 p. m. Sunday, Channel 9), I will be lucky. This year, 19 categories . appeal to me for prognostication. FIGURE ON "All In the Family" getting three show-star prizes if Hoffman's Hunches prove true. Its astrordcal ratings this season should push It past Mary Tyler Moore's comedy, "Odd Couple" and "Sanford and Son" for No. 1 comedy again. Carroll' (Archie Bunker) O'Connor will win top comedy actor over "Odd Couple's" Jack Klugman and Tony Randall as the head of "All In the Family." Sally Struthers, who plays Archie's daughter, will be named top supporting comedy actress over Valerie Harper (who won last year) and C 1 o r i s Leachman of Mary Tyler Moore's Show. MY NEARSIGHTED crystal -b a 1 1 gaze sees Ted Knight, Mary Tyler Moore's dippy news anchorman, winning the top supporting comedy actor's prize over "teammate" Ed- ward Asner and Rob Reiner of "All in the Family." Staying with comedy, Ruth Buzzi of "Laugh-In" should get the Emmy for music-variety over colleague Lily Tomlin and Harvey Korman of Carol Burnett's show. Korman richly deserves it, too, but Ruth has become too strong on "Laugh-In" to miss but this year. Masterpiece Theater's "Six Wives of Henry VHI" will get top dramatic series over Mystery Movie's "Col-umbo," Masterpiece's "Elizabeth R," 'Mannix" and "Marcus Welby, M. D." PETER FALK Of "Colum-bo" will get top dramatic actor over Raymond (Ironside) Burr. Mike ' (Mannix) Connors, Keith Michell of "Six Wives" and Robert Young of "Marcus Welby." "Columbo" will get top new series over "Elizabeth R," "Sanford and Son," "Six Wives of Henry VIH" and Sonny and Cher's show. Glenda Jackson of "Elizabeth R" will win top dramatic series actress over "Mod Squad's" Peggy Lip-ton and Susan Saint James of Mystery Movie's "McMillan and Wife." . TOP SINGLE show will be the. much-acclaimed ABC Movie of the Week, "Brian's Song," edging Hall ' of Fame's "Snow Goose," the Sammy Davis Jr. episode of "All in the Family," Jane Seymour of "Six Wives of Henry VIII" and "Lion's Cub" of "Elizabeuh R." Jack Warden, the football coach in "Brian's Song," will get the best supporting dramatic actor over James Brolin of "Marcus Welby" and Greg Morris of "Mission: Impossible." Richard Harris, for "Snow Goose," will get top single dramatic actor over Latest PALL owerinWthantlie 18 mg. "tar"1.3jnj. nicotine av. per cigarette, FTC Report APRIL72. T ll U ll 5LWT TV 9 WCrO TV "J 2 WHC TV 2 WlW D 7 WHIO-TV WXIX TV Ify WOT 8:00 Today Show Capt. Kangaroo local News Today Show Capt. Kangaroo :15 Dr. R.Webster :30 Bess Myerson - . .45 ... .. (Sign On) 9:00 Paul Dixon Uncle Al Campus Views Paul Dixon Guide To love Cover to Cover :15 - .. .. ... :30 " Who, What, Where Bette ftogge Arithmetic t 45 " ,, , af :00 " Lucy Show Dinah Shore Lucy Show Primary Art 1 11:15 Abbe Lane I 1 1 :30 Concentration My Three Sons Tell the Truth Phil Donahue My Three Sons Other Families I U:45 Will Harvey jt :00 Sale ot Century Family Affair Somerset - Family Affair Sesame Street 1 ":15 I 1 :30 Hollywood Squares- Search Tomorrow Bewitched Hollywood Squares love of Life I I :45 l (Sign Pit) af :00 Bob Braun ' Local News Password Bob Braun local News Romper Room Misterogers' J 1:15 Nancy Dawn - Nancy Oawn I m :30 " " Split Second - Search Tomorrow ,Bill Martin I m ;45 " I " 1 " 1:00 Guide To Love All My Children " Where Heart Is Movie i15 - " "jeanne Ragles" :30 Three on a Match World Turns Make A Deal Three on a Match World Turns " tltctnc :4S " " " 1 2:00 Days of Our lives Splendored Thing Newlyweds Oays of Our lives Splendored Thing slS -:30 Doctors Guiding light Dating Game Doctors Guiding light - Science 45 I I I " l 3:00 Another World Secret Storm General Hospital Another World Secret Storm Larry Smith Lilias. Yoga :30 Peyton Place Edge of Night One life to Live Peyton Place Mike Douglas The Flintstones Supervisory .45 " Dave Bruheck - Techniques 4:00 Phil Donahue Movie Outer limits Somserset ' lerry Mulligan Speed Racer Sesame Street 15 Will Harvey "Ensign Pulver" - - Joyce Chen :30 . Movie Superman 45 " " " "Aquarius 5:00 Mike Douglas love. American Descending" Andy Griffith Batman Electric Company :15 Dave Brubeck Style :30 Jerry Mulligan local News I Dream ot leannie " Misterogers :45 Joyce Chen " . - . 6:00 local News local News. ABC News local News local News Twilight Zone "e,e" ,jj ., h for Women t30 IBCNews CBS News Bowling Dollars NBC News CBS News Daniel Boone TV Institute 4j ,, ,, . 7:00 I Dream of Jeannie Consequences Rat Patrol Anything You Local News Lihas. Yoga sis Can Do :30 Mouse Factory Make A Deal Wnat'5 M' ' Traffic Court Consequences Dragnet uw Tennis :45 " " - 8:00 Flip Wilson Me 1 The Chimp Smith I Jones Flip Wilson Me I the Chimp High Chaparral 30 Minutes !30 - ProHock'y " " Pro Hockey - NET Biography :45 Boston at l ' Boston at "Great Radio 9:00 Ironside New York longstreet Ironside New York Movie Comedians" ,U "Donavan's Reel" ,JQ M W " n f ,, n 1 I 1:15 " " " , " I I 1 :30 " " " " " " I U 45 " ' ', " " ' - " A 4 :00 local News local News local News . Locl News local News Twilight Zone (Sign Oil) "I Tjis I I :30 Tonight Show Movie Dick Cavett Tonight Show It Takes a Thief Movie I I -.45 Lola Falana "Cattle King" Ben Gazzara Lola Falana " "Sirocco" , ag f :00 George Go del Janice Rule George Gobei - I :30 - - " - . I aui 45 ' local News Thursday, May 11, 1972 TVRADIO STEVE HOFFSIAN. James Caan and Billy Dee Williams of "Brian's Song," Keith M i c h e 1 1 of "Six Wives of Henry VHI" and George C. Scott for "Jane Eyre." BEST SUPPORTING dramatic actress will go to "Snow Goose 's" Jenny Agutter over Gail Fisher of "Mannix" and Elena Ver-dugo of "Marcus Welby." Patricia Neal will win 6 p. m., 19, TWILIGHT ZONE: Two robots prepare to meet in a boxing ring. (Repeat) 6 p. m., 48, SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN: Review of collar grab, choke hold and hip throws. ( Repeat ) 6:30 p. m., 19, DANIEL BOONE: Dan makes a hazardous trip to deliver tax money. (Repeat) 7 p. m., 5, I DREAM OF JEANNIE: Tony goes on vacation. ( Repeat ) 7:30 p. m., 5, MOUSE FACTORY: Jonathan Winters. 7:30 p. m., 19, DRAGNET: Officers Friday and Gannon follow strange trail for missing juvenile. ( Repeat ) 7:30 p. m.. 48. LOVE TENNIS: Using the backhand technique. 8 p. m., 5, 2, FLIP WILSON: Carol Channing, David Steinberg, Modern Jazz Quartet. (Repeat) 8 p. m., 9, 7, ME & CHIMP: Mike tries to convince family not to keep a stray chimp. (Repeat) 8 p. m., 12, ALIAS SMITH & JONES: Heyes and Curry help two nuns. (Repeat) 8 p. m., 19, HIGH CHAPARRAL: Houseguest at Cannon Ranch provokes .an Indian attack. ( Repeat ) 8:30 p. m., 48, GREAT RADIO CO-' MEDIANS: Voices of Edgar Bergen, Jack Benny, George Burns, Jim Jordan during the 40s. 9 p. m., 5, 2, IRONSIDE: Investiga U.S. Government figures show MALI GOLD 100s Yes, longer yet milder PALL MALL GOLD I00's"tar" 18 mg.-nicotine. 1.3 Best-selling filter king "tar" 20 mg.-nicotine, 1.4 Of all brands, lowest "tar" 1 mg.-nicotine. 0.1 THE CINCINNATI Tops Emmys f: Editor top . single-performance dramatic actress, for her "Homecoming A Christmas Story" special, over Glenda Jackson of "Elizabeth R," Helen Hayes for the movie, "Do Not Fold, Spindle or Mutilate" and Susannah York for "Jane Eyre." Flip Wilson should win top musical-variety series over Carol Burnett, Dean TV Highlights 4 D. m.. (1964): Robert Walker, Burl Ives. Pul-yer attempts to follow in Mr. Robert's footsteps. 9 p. m., 19, "DONOVAN'S REEF" (1963): John Wayne, Lee Marvin. Man's happy home is threatened by daughter of previous marriage. 11:30 p.m., 9, "CATTLE KING" (1963): Robert Taylor, Joan Caulfield. Warfare between cattlemen and opposing interests. (CBS Movie) 11:30 p. m., 19, "SIROCCO" (1951): Humphrey Bogart, Marra Toren. Adventurer falls in love with colonel's wife ... "CRUEL SEA" (1953): Jack Hawkins. PRO HOCKEY: Boston at ni i cnanneiss ana mg. mg. mg. ENQUIRER 3.1 Martin and Sonny and! Cher. Dick Cavett, despite . possible cancellation, will win top talk show over David Frost and Johnny Carson. TOP SINGLE musical va- -riety show will be Jack Lemmon's Gershwin special over Flip Wilson's show with Sammy Davis Jr., "Julie and Carol at Lincoln Center" and Sonny and Cher's show with Tony Randall. Jascha Heifetz' Family Theater special will win top single classical show over "Beethoven's Birthday," "The Peking Ballet" and "Trial of Mary Lincoln." tion into convalescent home with unusually high death rate. (Repeat) '9 p. m., 12, LONGSTREET: Extortionist steals champion race horse. (Repeat) 10 p. m., 5, 2, DEAN MARTIN: Ginger Rogers, Arte Johnson, Don Meredith. (Repeat) 10 p. m., 12, OWEN MARSHALL: Owen reluctantly files suit for malpractice against highly respected physician. (Repeat) mm mMmmm t 9. "ENSIGN PI'T VFR' New 7,8:30 p. m. . 1 -;s mi 1 hi If - i I r 5

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