Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on February 10, 1968 · Page 16
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Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana · Page 16

Anderson, Indiana
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Saturday, February 10, 1968
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Host Andy Williams will be ined by notable guest present's when the NBC Television etwork presents a live color- isl of the Hollywood Foreign ress Association's 25th annu- i "Golden Globe Awards" from he Cocoanut Grove In Los An- eles Monday, Feb. 12 (Ch. 6, 0 to 11 p.m.) NBC-TV star Jerry Lewis, arol Channing, Mary Tyler loore, Peter Lawford, the Os- nond Brothers and Jim Brown former football star making iis screen debut in The Dirty Dozen) will be among the 18 to 0 celebrities appearing to help ^resent l!ic awards. Columbia .clrcss Alexandra Hay, "Miss Golden Globe" for 1968 also will assist. Williams will present the ma- or musical highlights of fcho rogram, singing the five num- ers nominated for a Golden Globe Award as the best song originating in a movie. \V ft ft A technique that reduces the enlire Bible to a wallet- size, four-inch transparency fs just one of the new marvels of optics, the science of light and vision, to be explored in "Now You See It" on "The 21st Century" series. CBS News correspondent Waller. Croakit* Is tie reporter on the broadcast, Sunday, Feb. 11 (Ch. 8, 6 to 6:30 p.m.) in color. ft -ft, f Milton Berle and his wife Ruth are Lucille Ball's guests on "The Lucy Show" Monday. Feb. 12 (Ch. 8, 8:30 to 9 p.m.) in color. The comedian, having decided to change his public image by becoming a producer, is preparing to produce a motion picture and Lucy gets a weekend job as his secretary. fi ft it Eddie Albert, the Lennon sisters, Roberta P e t e r s , Morey Amsterdam, Tolie Fields and Hendra and UU- ett are guests on "The Ed Sullivan Show" live and in color from New York, Sunday, Feb. II (Ch. 8, 8 to 8 p.m.) In a salute to Abraham Lincoln's birthday, Eddie Albert, co-star of "Green Acres" comedy series on th» network, will present dra- malic narratives on Lincoln's boyhood, written by ' Carl Sand'burg and by Rosemary Bcnet. The popular Lennon Sisters will include "California Dreaming" In s their vocal selections. Th« quartet has just concluded a nationwide personal »p- ! pearance (our. -.V ft ft · A widow's pet shop busine« Hakes on both humorous and ^ dangerous overtones when she's given the task of rounding up . the escape?s from a wild aiii- mal slmv's wrecked trailer- truck in "My Family is a Menagerie" on "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" Sunday, Feb. 11 (Ch. 6, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.) Rex Allen is the narrator. ft ft ft Don Adams (slar of NBC- TV's "Get Smart" series), Pamela Austin and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band ioltt stars Dan Rowan and Dick Martin in "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in" colorcast on the NBC Television Network Monday. Feb. 12 (Ch. 6, 8 to 3 p.m.) Monday February 12 MORNING 7:00 1 (8) 16; (8) 1:30 (6) Today in Indiana (C) Sunrise Semester Today (2 Hrs.) (C) Town and Counlrv (C) 03) Educational 7:25 (8) Chapel Door (C) 7:30 (4) Kartoon Karnaval (C) (8) CBS News (C) (13) Kindergarten College (C) 8:00 (8) Captain Kangaroo (1 Hr.) (C) 8:30 (13) How's Your Mother-In-Law? 9:00 (4) Spanish I and II (C) Movie "Texas Carnival 1 ' (C) OSM) Esiher Williams, lied Skcllon, Howard Keel, Ann Milltr. Keecan Wjnn. (!!· His.) (8) Coffee Cup Theater "Louisa" (1S50) Ron. aid Reagan, Huili Hussey. (l','t Hts.) (13) Paul Dixon 1C) S:39 (4) Treasure Isle 10:00 (4) Candid Camera (13) Bewitched 10:30 (4) Fugitive (6) Concentration (C) (8) Beverly Hillbillies (13) Donna Reed 11:00 (6) Personality (C) (8) Andy of Mayberry (13) Temptation (C) 11:30 (4) Little Show (6) Hollywood Squares (C) (8) Dick Van Dyke (13) Bonnie Prudden (C) AFTERNOON 12:00 (4) Luncbtlme Cartoon (1 Hr.) (C) (6) Jeopardy (C) (8) Love of Life (C) (13) Ruth Lyons 50-50 Club (C) (1% Hr.) 12:30 (6) Around The Town (C) (8) Search For Tomorrow 12:45 8) Guiding Light (C) 1:00 (4) Woody Wood- Bury (C) (8) News (C) 1:30 (6) Let's Make a Deal (8) As The World Turns (C) (13) Dating Game 2:00 (6) Day of Our Lives (C) (8) Love Is A, Many Splendored Thing (C) (13) Newlywed Game (C) 2:30 (4) High And Wild (C) (6) Doctors (C) (13) Baby Game (0) (8) Housepa.rly (C) 3:00 (4) Billie Boucher (6) Another World (C) (8) To Tell The Truth (C) (13) General Hospital (C) 3:30 (4) Dennis Trie Manace (6) You Don't Say (C) (8) Edge of Night (C) (13) Dark Shadows (C) 4:00 (4) Popeye (C) (6) Match Game (C) (8) Secret Storm (C) (13) Mike Douglas (C) 4:30 (6) Pat Boone (C) (8) Early Show "Petriiied Forest" (ISM) Humphrey Bo- Carl, Belte Davis, Leslie Howard. (Hi Hts.) 5:00 (4) Flintstones (C) 5:30 (4) Man From UNCLE (13) News C) EVENING 6:00 (6) Early Report (C) (8) McHale's Navy (13) News (C) 6:30 (4) Perry Mason (6) News (C) (8) News(C) · (13) I Love Lucy 7:00 (6) News (C) (8) News (C) (13) Gilligan's Island 7:30 (4) Truth Or Consequences (C) (6) Monkees (C) (8) Gunsmoke (13) Olympic Games (C) 8:00 (4) Hazel (C) (6) Rowan and Martin (C) 8:30 (4) Divorce Court (C) · (13) Rat Patrol (C) (8) Lucy Show (C) 9:00 (4) Merv Griffin (C) (6) Bob Hope Special (C) (8) Andy Griffith (C). (13) Felony Squad (C) 9:30 (8) Family Affair (C) (13) Peyton Place (C) 10:00 (6) Golden Globe Awards (C) (8) Carol Burnett Show (C) . (13) Big Valley (C) 10:30 (4) Channel 4 News 11:00 (4) Alfred Hitchcock (6) Final Report (C) (8) News (C) (13) News (C) 11:30 (4) Adventures In Paradise (6) Tonight Show (C) (8) Late Show 'Louisa' 1950 Ronald Reagan, Ruth nussey. (13) Winter Olympics (C) 11:45 (13) Joey Bishop (C) 1:00 (6) News (C) (13) Understanding Our World 1:30 (13) Childhood 2:00 (13) Nitecap News SPRING AIR MATTRESS and BOX SPRING $ Bolfi Only' 99 JUNCTION ? ST. RD. 9 |* 109 1 ; :? NORTH [", PHONE 643-7441 l ^rio PHONE M4-6658 OPEN YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT TODAY! * * ' '

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