The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan on February 11, 1967 · Page 20
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The Times Herald from Port Huron, Michigan · Page 20

Port Huron, Michigan
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Saturday, February 11, 1967
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WJBK-TV 2 WXYZ-TV-7 WWJ-TV-4 t KLW-TV I WNEM-TV 5 CFPL-TV-ll WJRT-TV 12 5:4S-Religlon, 9 1:10 TV Cbipel, 2 1:15 Farm Scene, 2 :20-News, 2 -Education, S 1:31 Sunrise Semester, 2 Classroom, 4 Review of "Romeo And Juliet" Three Stooges, 7 l:45-News, S 7:00 Woodrow The Woodsman (c), 2 -Today (c), 4, 9 Morning Show, 7 Farm News, 12 7: 10 Market Basket, 12 7:15 Davey & Goliath (c), 12 7:30 Rae Deane, 12 7:55 Merry Go Round, 9 8:00 Capt. Kangaroo, 2 Romper Room, 9 8:30 Movie, 7 Comedy - "All At Sea." Alec Guinness and Irene Browne. He can't stand the sea but he owns a surfside pier and turns it into a "ship" longer than the Queen Mary when trouble threatens. Spotlight, 12 8:40 Education, 12 8:55 Pastor's Study. 10 9:00 Merv Griffin, 2 Actor James Mason and baseball star Maury Wills are guests of substitute host Jimmy Dean. Living, 4 Movie, 5 Drama - "711 Ocean Drive." Edmond O'Brien. Activities of bookie syndicates in U.S. Bonnie Prudden, 9 Ed Allen, 10 9:30 People In Conflict, 9 Ontario Schools, 10 Donna Reed, 12 9:55 News, 4 Golden Globes Awards Shown On TV Wednesday The Golden Globes Awards, with Andy Williams as host, will be presented as a one-hour TV color special at 10 p.m. Wednesday on Channels 4 and 5. The awards by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association are for excellence in motion pictures and television in this country and abroad. The show will originate live from the Cocoanut Grove in Los Angeles. Miss Universe of 1965, Co-rinna Tsopei of Greece, has been named Miss Golden Globe of 1967, honorary hostess for the awards show. Sandy Kou-fax, retired Dodgers pitcher, will be one of the award presenters. He will handle the award presentation in the major category of "Most Popular Television Show." Herb Alpert of Tijuana Brass musical fame also has been named as a presenter. The rare battle of two sisters for one trophy shapes up in the movie category, "Best Actress in a Musical or Comedy." Nominees include Lynn Redgrave (her photo is on Page 10) for "Georgy Girl" and her sister Vanessa for "Morgan." Other nominees are Shirley Mac-Laine, "Gambit"; Elizabeth Hartman, "You're a - Big Boy Now," And Jane Fonda, "Any Wednesday." Nominated for "Most Popular Television Show" are I Spy, Run For Your Life; The Man SATURDAY, FEBRUARY II, 1947 00 Reach For The Stars (c), 4 Canadian Schools, 9, 19 Supermarket Sweep, 12 25 News (c), 4 30 Beverly Hillbillies, 2 Concentration (c), 4, 5 -Girl Talk, 7 Ontario Schools, 9 Friendly Giant, 10 Jackpot Fun, 12 45-Chez Helene, 10 00 Andy of Mayberry, 2 Pat Boone (c), 4, 5 Supermarket Sweep, 7 Mr. Dress-Up, 9 Sunshine School, 10 25-Tales Of The Riverbank, 9 30 Dick Van Dyke, 2 Hollywood Squares (c), 4, 5 Dating Game, 7, 12 Friendly Giant, 9 The Little People, 10 45 Chez Helene, 9 00 Noon Report (c), 2 Jeopardy (c), 4, 5 Everybody's Talking 7, 12 Take 30, 9 Popeye (c), 10 25-News (c), 2 10 10: 10: II: 11 11 11: 11 12: 12: : 30 Search For Tomorrow, 2 Eye Guess (c), 4, 5 Donna Reed, 7 Communicate, 9 News, 10 Movie, 12 Drama - "First Traveling Saleslady." Ginger Rogers, Barry Nelson. A corset designer heads west with her secretary to sell barbed wire after a Broadway show is closed by police. 40 Movie, 10 Comedy - "Adam And Evelyn." Stewart Granger, Jean Simmons. Foster father falls for his adopted daughter. 45 Guiding Light, 2 55 News, 4, 5 00 Love Of Life, 2 12: 12: 12: 1 From U. N. C. L. E., That Girl and The Fugitive. Nominees for "Most Popular Male Television Personality" are Dean Martin, star of his own show; Robert Culp and Bill Cosby of I Spy, Ben Gazzara of Run For Your Life and Chris George of Rat Patrol. In the running for "Most Popular Female Television Personality" are Barbara Eden, Mario Thomas, Barbara Stanwyck, Phyllis Diller and Elizabeth Montgomery. Movie nominees include Elizabeth Taylor and Natalie Wood for "Best Dramatic Actress"; Steve McQueen and Richard Burton, "Best Dramatic Actor"; Alan Arkin and Walter Matthau, "Best Actor In Musical or Comedy"; Shelley Winters and Geraldine Page, "Best Supporting Actress"; and, for the "Best Original Song": "Strangers In The Night," "A Man And A Woman," "Born Free," "Georgy Girl" and "Alfie." This is the first presentation of the Golden Globe Awards as an independent special. Previously it was part of the Andy Williams show but Williams continues as host. ' The Hollywood Foreign Press Association, sponsor of this 24th annual awards event, is made up of , Hollywood-based representatives of newspapers from many parts of the world. 10 Match Game (c), 4 Mike Douglas, 5 Ben Casey, 7 Movie, 9 Drama -"Untamed Youth." Mamie Van Doren, Lori Nelson. Story of rock 'n' roll kids who are sent to a correction farm where they fall prey to unscrupulous overseers. 1:25 News (c), 2 Doctor's House Call, 4 "Colds." 1:30 As The World Turns, 2 Left Make A Deal (c), 4 2:00 Password (c), 2 The Days Of Our Lives (c), 4, S Moment Of Truth, 5 - WEDNESDAY EVENING TV PROGRAMS 6:00 News, 2, 4, S Movie, 7 Drama - "Slander." Van Johnson, Ann Blyth. A scandal magazine publisher ruins a puppeteer's career and family when the performer refuses to co-operate on another scandal expose. Nation's Business, 9 6:15 INFO, 9 6:30 Walter Cronkite (c), 2 Huntley-Brinkley (c), 4, S Twilight Zone, 9 "A Kind Of Stopwatch." A man acquires a stopwatch which, when stopped, halts all action in the world except his own. -F.Y.I., 10 Rifleman, 12 7: 00 Truth Or Consequences (c), 2 Juvenile Court (c), 4 The case of a boy who steals money from a neighbor and the case of a boy who robs a drunk. Marshal Dillon, 5 "No Indians." A series of Indian raids on homesteads near Dodge City angers townspeople. Movie, 9 Mystery - "Gorilla At Large." Cameron Mitchell, Lee J. Cobb. Murder strikes at Paradise Amusement Park, with evidence designed to incriminate the lead attraction, a ferocious gorilla. The Monroes (c). 10 Twilight Zone, 12 "Dust." When the hangman's rope breaks, it seems that a pouch of "magic dust" sold as a hoax is responsible. 7:30 Lost In Space (c), 2 Dr. Smith claims to be receiving regular visits from an invisible alien magician. Others believe he is losing his mind.' The Virginian (c), 4. 5 "Without Mercy." Stacy Grainger runs into trouble when he ignores warnings from his girl friend's father during a secret courtship. Batman (c), 7, 12 "The Joker's Last Laugh." In a bad banking caper -bad for our heroes, that is The Joker (Cesar Romero) foils Batman and Robin. 8:00 The Monroes (c), 7 "The Wild Bull." Clayt Monroe acquires the beginnings of a cattle herd, but must defend them against cattle thieves. THE PORT HURON TIMES HERALD Newly wed Game, 7, 12 2:30 House Party (c), 2 The Doctors, 4, 5 Dream Girl, 7, 12 Don Gray Show, 19 2:55 Marlene Sanders, 7, 12 3:00-To TeU The Truth, 2 Another World (c), 4, 5 General Hospital, 7, 12 Take 30, 10 3: 25-News, 2, 9 3:30-Edge Of Night, 2, 10 You Don't Say (c), 4, 9 The Nurses. 7, 12 Swingin Time, 9 4:00 Secret Storm, 2 Bozo The Clown (c), 4 Cartoons, 5 Dark Shadows, 7 Communicate, 10 Mr. Magic, 12 4:30 Mike Douglas, 2 Movie, 5 Drama - "Mystery Submarine." Macdonald Carey. Green Acres (c), 10 Ralph Monroe, the lady carpenter with a man's name, tries to find a husband by using Cupid's Computer Service. Movie (c), 12 Drama - "View From Pom-pey's Head.'' Richard Egan, Dana Wynter. A young southern lawyer returns from the North to relive childhood and uncover racial mystery. 8:30 Beverly Hillbillies (c),2 Jed and Granny have a coming-out party for Elly May, and Mrs. Drysdale plots to make the affair a fiasco. Bob Hope (c), 10 Tony Bennett, Carol Lawrence, Jill St. John and Shirley Eaton join Hope in comedy, music and dancing. 8:55 News To Nine, 9 9:00 Green Acres (c), 2 Lady carpenter tries to find a husband through Cupid's Computer Service. Bob Hope (c), 4, 5 One-hour comedy special with Hope and guests Tony Bennett, Jill St. John, Shirley Eaton and Carol Lawrence. Movie, 7 Drama - "Murder, Inc." Stuart Whitman, Peter Falk and Mai Britt. Story of the underworld, when a national crime syndicate was organized and killers-for-hire enforced its edicts. Country Music Hall, 9 Ernest Tubb guest. 9:30 Corner Pyle (c), 2 Sgt. Carter, reminded that Gomer's enlistment is about to expire, campaigns to be sure he does not re-enlist. Festival (c), 9, 10 "The Devil Makes Three." Suspense drama about a gambler needing money who is offered two thousand pounds if he will murder the man making the offer, who wants insurance money to go , to his sister. David Ox-ley and Barbara Shelley, British actors, star. DETROIT TEA STORE "Downtown's Most Complete Pet Center" 510 Quay 982-3253 A Nazi U-boat, still roaming the seas after World War II, is target for an American intelligence officer. Where The Action Is, 7 Mr. Magoo, 9 Long John Silver, 10 4:55 Eliot's Almanac (c), 4 Leave It To Beaver, 12 5:00 George Pierrot (c), 4 Robert McKeown, "Western Canada And the Mounties." News (c), 7 Huckleberry Hound (c), 9 Gilligan's Island (c), 10 Leave It To Beaver, 12 5:30 Cheyenne, 9 "Deadline." Cheyenne aids a newspaper in a fight against a town's crooked boss. My Three Sons (c), 19 News, 12 5:55-Carol Duvall (c), 4 PEOPLES BANK 10:00 Danny Kaye (c), 2 Singers Eddy Arnold and Millicent Martin, and Harvey Korman and Joyce Van Patten are guest entertainers. Golden Globe Awards (c), 4, 5 Awards for excellence in movies and television in U.S. and abroad made by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Andy Williams host for one-hour special program live from Los Angeles night club, the Coconut Grove in Ambassador Hotel. 11:00 News 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 12 11:20 News To Now, 9 11:30 Movie (c), 2 Drama - "Bhowani Junction." Stewart Granger, Ava Gardner. Loves and adventures of Anglo-Indian girl in post-war Pakistan. Tonight (c), 4, S Movie (c), 7 Drama - "The Tarnished Angels." Rock Hudson, Robert Stack. Newsman becomes involved in the lives of a barnstorming air circus troupe at a New Orleans Mardi Gras. Wrestling, 9 Twilight Zone, 12 "The Parallel." An orbiting U.S. astronaut passes into a world remarkably like his own, except for a few small details. 11:40 Movie, 10 Drama - "Breakthrough." John Agar, Frank Lovejoy. A tough sergeant helps to resolve a personality conflict between two officers as they go from training into war. PRESCRIPTIONS FREE DELIVERY S & H Green Stamps Port Huron's Largest Selection SURGICAL SUPPLIES OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK YU 4-4525 TO VI LIN DRUGS 2402 CONNER PAGE ElEVKM

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