Terri A.Time Capsule

10/17/1967 -Time capsule

Tuesday, October 17, 1967

Top News Headlines This Week:

Oct 17 – ‘Hair’ premieres on Broadway Oct 17 – Barbra Streisand stars on ‘Belle of 14th Street’ special on CBS Oct 17 – Memorial service for Brian Epstein at New London Synagogue Oct 17 – Pete Knight in X-15 reaches 85 km Oct 17 – The play ‘Hair’ is 1st performed Oct 17 – Terri Ann Ingram arrived on the planet

Top Songs for 1967

Groovin’ by Young Rascals Daydream Believer by Monkees

Somethin’ Stupid by Nancy & Frank Sinatra Light My Fire by Doors

Windy by Association Happy Together by Turtles

To Sir with Love by Lulu Ode to Billie Joe by Bobbie Gentry

The Letter by Box Tops Hello Goodbye by Beatles

1967 Prices

Bread: $0.22/loaf

Milk: $1.15/gal

Eggs: $1.10/doz

Car: $2,425

Gas: $0.33/gal

U.S. President

Lyndon B. Johnson

U.S. Vice -President

Hubert H. Humphrey

Academy Award Winners

Best Picture: In The Heat Of The Night

Produced By Walter Mirisch

Best Actor: Rod Steiger

in In The Heat Of The Night

Best Actress: Katherine Hepburn

in Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner

House: $24,600

Stamp: $0.05/ea

Avg Income: $8,801/yr

Min Wage: $1.40/hr

DOW Avg: 905

People born on October 17

1955 – Sam Bottoms actor (Prime Risk, Savages)

1898 – Shinichi Suzuki, music teacher

1903 – Nathanael West American novelist (Day of the Locusts)

1938 – Robert ‘Evel’ Knievel motorcycle daredevil

1949 – Timothy Bottoms Santa Barbara Calif, actor (Adam-East of Eden)

1968 – Ziggy Marley, reggae performer

1967 – Terri A. Scullin- actress/teacher/mother

On TV in 1967

Family Affair Ironside The Ed Sullivan Show

Dragnet Lassie The Lawrence Welk Show

Green Acres Petticoat Junction Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color
Daniel Boone It Takes a Thief The Lawrence Welk Show
Gentle Ben The Dean Martin Show Get Smart
Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In Hogan’s Heroes Ironside
The Jackie Gleason Show Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater Rat Patrol
I Dream of Jeannie The Ed Sullivan Show Dragnet
I Spy The F.B.I. Gunsmoke
Lassie The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour Daktari
My Three Sons The Virginian Tarzan
The Carol Burnett Show

Top Toys in 1967

Girl From U.N.C.L.E. Trick Gadgets Set Ker Plunk Uncle Fester’s Mystery Light Bulb
Ants in the Pants Frosty Sno-Cone The Monkees Game
Spudsie The Hot Potato Don’t Break the Ice Lite-Brite
Hats Off Twiggy Fashion Tote Bag Dr. Doolittle’s Pushmi-Pullyu

Top Book 1967

Speak, Memory by Vladimir Nabokov


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