The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on November 29, 1958 · Page 14
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' •:» i - 7 - • '' * . . r NOVEMBIt . The A^un Herald Television guide ifldutl««^pi^*mi. tor 'ti» . of TV stations RGLO< Ch. S) Mason City! WCCO &t I) Mia* neapolls; KSTP (Ch. to St. Pflul; KMMT (Ch. Ill) Austin; WKBf (Ch. ft) LaCrosaC; and KROC (Ch. 10) Rochester, 1 Network Televisiogi 1 Saturday, Nov. 29 and Sunday, Nov. 30 (Cj Means Program ti M Colot 6.-OO p.m. 1— O'Henty Hayhoite •^"•'fMwij' TT tiii Her* Spotii «— Uncle At •»Ur*re«et Weft 6:30 /-.TO. I, 4— 4»*rry MasaH •— Oltk.Clork Show 1, 10— People Ar* Funny . 7.00 <&.#». . », 10— Pern Come (C) «— Juollee U.S.A. •— loretto Y*M9 7-30 p.i». I, 4, »-Wanted >. 4, •— Victor Borge Shew 5, 10— Steve Canyon 9:00 p.m. t, 4, •— Gonsmoko 5— Cfntarea City •— Mask from Manhattan 10— TBA 9:50 p.m. 3— State Trooper 4— Death Valley Devi S— Maeke«l« Rriden *— How to Marty • MMioMire •—TIA 10— Brains a from 10:00 p.m. >, 4, 3, », », le-Newf Weather Sports m . * . — _ :lj p.m. 3— Night Cop •—•ok Cemmlngt ** !0:2O p.m. 10— Movie 10:30 p.m. 4— Theater S— Unexpected *— Vorietv Theater in.A^ j. •— Max't 'Playhouse . I1.SU1 llxjQ 0.fn. S— Boston/ Blackie 7 /JO *>.m. 5— Leigh Plays SUNDAY. NOV. 30 . 7:30 *.m. 5 — Christophers S.-OO a.m 4— Sacreo Heart 5— Bible Story 8.15 a.m. 4— As A Man Thinketh 8:30 tt.tn. 3— Thru Porthole 5— Frontiers ot Faith 8:45 a.m. 3— Christian Science 4— Thru Porthole 9:00 *.m. )--I.amp Unto My Feet 4-B«lMM S— Cult a Catholic 9/30 *.m. I—tee*. Up and Uv* 4-OKo Kid S— Big Pitta* 70.-00 t.m. S— U.N. hi AtMoft 5 Stndt T "•'* 10— Double Fealur* J—Tfc^li Ufe*'"*" ^*™i™OplnwHj| CflStlOy 5^-Star Showcase 72.<X3 «.m. J— China Story 1— This Is Life S >«att ft Saddle* 11:15 m.m. 4— World of Aviation 77:30 ».m. 3— M«ic 4 ' Ntwi t-Jo*n Hopkins FHe •—Christophers 11:45 t.m. 1, 4— lowlerama , 72:00 p.m. 5— MaHnee a— »rshop Pike •—•el. town Nan J2.-JO p.m. 10— Oral Roberts C— Ret. Town Hall •—Christian Science 12:45 p.m. 1, 4, •— Kickoff 7.-00 p.m 3, 4, 1 Pro FootMl (Steelers - Cords) S— Watch Mr. Wiiard •—College News. Conference 10— Industry 1:15 p.m. 10 — Christian Science 7.-30 p.m. e— This Is Life 5, 10— NBA Basketball (N.Y.-Phil) Z'OO p.m. C— Religious Sketches 2:15 p.m. • — Industry 2:30 p.m. •—Oral Roberts 3:00 p.m. 6— Open Hearing 3:30 p.m. S — Command Performance (—Roller Derby 10— This Is Ufa 3 .A ^ J. Mf. .yj p.m. 3 — Cartoons 4— Film •—Thru Porthol . 4.-00 p.m. 3— Wo football 4— N. v. Philharmonic Concert S, 10— Koleldeicope •—Shirley Temple 4:30 p.m. •—Family Hoar, M Matt . Fwntly •—Bowling 4:45 P.m. «— Chtlrtlon Sdene* 5.-00 p.m. 4— Cos* of Dr. W ZU««|M > ' •—Peter 4 The Wort •—Bengal Lancers 10— Hollywood Festhat 5:30 p.m 1, 4, .-tot* Centtiy $— News •—Variety Time 6:00 p.m. 3, 4, t-Unsie i Sabet (f Lnndssi •—Variety TIsM 6:30 pM. S, 4. (-Jack Benny ' 7.-00 p.m. 1, 4, •— Id Sallivaaj S, 10— Steve Allen 7:30 p.i». 8.-00 p.m. 3, 4, •— Wonderful Town S. 10— Olnoh Shore (C) t-C4t 4} 8:30 pJit. •—Stan of Jan 9,-OOp.m. 5— loretta Votwg Skew •—Meet McGraw ID-Silent Strvka 9/30 p .m. 5— Whirlrbtrds t— Uncomiaasi Valor 10— Behind Closed Doers JO.-OO P.m. 3, 4. S, t, 1. 10— New* Weattrer, Sports 10:15 p.m. 3— Viewer's* Digest S— Man Who Was There 6— News 8— N.Y Confidential 10— Movie 10:20 p.m. 6 — Ida Lupine 70:30 p.m. 3— Viewer's Digest 4— All-Stai Bowling 5 — Brains & Brawn T/l J« Jh • 10:4 j p.m. •—Silent Service 77.-00 p.m. S-Stoge 7 77:30 p.m. S— Theater CHORUS CURTAIN RAISER Montana Couple Boost for Tuesday's Concert Fiddler Beers and Mrs. Fiddler are the Austin Male Chorus' holiday gift to Austin students. Others will have to pay the going prices. They will make three appearances daily Monday and Tuesday in schools of the,city as a "curtain raiser" for the chorus' Holiday Concert in Austin High School Auditorium at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday. A few years ago, Bob Beers was band instructor at Lewiston, Mont., High School while Will Funk, present chorus director, was vocal instructor. Each had a radio program in a local station and they helped each other with their programs. Beers, who is an outdoor man, entertained the Funks in his mountain cabin when they were not making music downtown. Hunting, fishing and just talking around the fireplace were chief diversions. Today, Beers and his wife will arrive in Austin to remain over Tuesday night at the Funk home. Beers plays everything from old- time fiddling to the most serious of violin music. At both services in Westminster Presbyterian Church Sunday morning, he will play "Meditation" from "Thais" by Massanet. Mrs. Beers sings. At IS she was § soloist in a St. Louis church and was a member of the Kirkwood Choral Society, which performed periodically with the St. Louis Symphony. Beers also features the dulci- tner or psaltery, forerunner of the piano, which is played by striking with a hammer or plucking the strings. Jt is one of the few instruments of its kind anywhere. COMING HERE — Fiddler Beers and Mrs. Beers. Shakespeare Troupe in Permanent Home NEW YORK (fl - After five years of vagabonding all around town, the Shakespearewrights have found a permanent home. Donald Goldman, founder of the acting company, has found theatrical work sometimes largely real estate business in moves to find adequate facilities and avoid high rentals. Now Goldman has decided to be his own landlord, and has taken over a property in Greenwich Village that is being renovated as a permanent home for the group. NUMBER PLEASE? ftW DIEGO, Calif. Ifl ^ A large phone company animated billboard near suburban Lemon Grove has the hand dialing tie telephone backwards. tf-yj " yj Mtf^;«ri?»?cfaAiei^- v . and Marge and Cower for ooe fiditf aided by faftUeriua Alicia Mftrkwa and ft youttg pi- ano Francb Mwrgo CbfenptM SUNDAY MORNING 9 (Ch. 3) - "Religion and the Communicating Arts" topic on Lamp Unto My Feet with well known critic Lionel Trilling and Father Oustav Weigel, profewror of ecclesMogy at Woodstock College. 9:30 (Ch. S) — "Sarah" an ort- glnai opera by Ksra Laderman and Clair Roskam on Look Up and Live. 10:30 (Ch. 3) - Highlights of the coronation of Pope John XX- m in one-hour telecast. • 11:30 (Ch. 6)-A wbato hunt on Johns Hopkins File Includes*,* film of 1921 hunt with steel * poons. SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12:30 (Ch. 6) — "The State Favoring the Christian Sabbath" topic on Religious Town Hall. .3 (Ch. 6) — Films of London press conference with Vice President Richard Nixon on Open Hearing. Elevator Man Nearly Blocked Religious Show You might think that producing a religious program would be an easy business. But Doris Ann, who turns out the NBC-TV Sunday religious shows, had a worrisome time with one of her recent efforts. It was a show about juvenile delinquency, and Sal Mineo was starring in it. There were three other youths playing delinquents, and Sai and the others went downstairs in Radio City for breakfast an hour before show time. They were in their delinquent uniforms—leather jackets. Just a few minutes before the show was to go on, the quartet wasn't back. Frantically, Miss Ann went searching—and found them trying to persuade the elevator operator to bring them upstairs. He thought they were the real thing. TV Calendar of Sports SUNDAY, NOV. 30 11:45 a,m. 3, 4—Bowleraraa 1:00 p.m. 3, 4, 8—Pro Football 1:30 o.m, 5, 10-NBA Basketball (N.Y.-Phil) 4:00 p.m. 3 — Iowa Football 4:30 p.m. 6 — Bowling 9:00 p.m. 8 — Minn. Football 11:00 p.m. 6 — Minn. Football WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3 9:00 p.m. 6, 8—Fights FRIDAY, DEC, 5 9:00 p.m. 5, 10-Cavalcade of Sports SATURDAY, DEC. I 12:00 p.m. 5, 8, 10—NCAA Football (Miami • Oregon) 1:00 p.m. 3 — Icy Hockey (Detroit vs. Chicago) 3;30 p.m. - 3,4, *-pro Football (Bait.. L.A.) 4:45 p.m. - Wilkensou, Football 5:00 p.m. 6 - All Star Golf 5:30 p.m. 10 — Champ Bowling VICE NttON 3:80 (Ch. 10) - Washington correspondents for tifid answer questions .asked by viewers. 4 (Ch. 10) - Radio City Music Hall visited on Kaleidoscope with • Charles Van Dorem Show portions of "Masquerade, 1 * current feature at Musks Hall in action and rehear*al. 5 (Ch. 8) — Art Carney in ape- dial adaptation to-Prokofiev's composition "Peter and the Wolf." Includes Bil and Cora Baird pup- peta. lyrics by Ogden Nash and musical direction by Pant Weaton. 8:36 (Ch. 3) — "The Addicted," a two-part film 'on drug addiction on 20th Century. SUNDAY EVENING «;30 (Ch. tf — Oscar Levant, Mary Livingstone and Rochester with Jack Benny. 8:30 (Ch. 8) — Joanne Dru With lied Skelton. _ . , • (Ch. j) — .'8tev«' Lawrence and Georgia Olbbs and Alan Kbit with Garry Moore, . - WEDNESDAY EVENING ' 6:90 (Ch, 10) — Academy award winning Seaaue Hayakawa guert •tar on Wagon Train in the "Sa« kae tto Story." Include* regular* Ward Bond and Robert Morton. S (Ch. 10) — George Jesael and Ella Fife*erald with Milton Berle. ft (Ch, 3) - Ed Begley and Betay Palmer in "The Enemies" oa Steel Hour. Jewel Etta Teresa Levant 7 (Ch. 3) — Teresa Brewer, Hal March, Jean Carroll and others with Ed Sullivan; (Ch. 10) Fat Boone, Hildegarde, Don Adams and others with Steve Allen. 8 (Ch. 3) — Rosalind Russell stars in two-hour TV version of Leonard Bernstein's musical "Wonderful Town." Musical is adaptation from Broadway comedy "My Sister Eileen' by Joseph Fields and Jeroir.s Chodorov. 8:30 (Ch. 6) — Guitarist Laurindo Almeida and stagers Jackie Cain and Roy Karl, MONDAY EVENING 8 (Ch. 6) — "Music from Hollywood" on Voice of Firestone with Tony Martin, Shirley Jonea and Roger Williams. • THURSDAY EVENING 8 (Ch. 6) — Jeannie "arson and Robert Clary with Pat Boone. 8:30 (Ch. 3) — James Whitmore, Nina Foch and Kim Hunter in "Free Weekend" on Playhouse 90; (Cb. 10) Carol Channing with Tennessee Ernie Ford. FRIDAY EVENING 8 (Ch. 3) — The McGuire Sisters appear with Bilko on Phil Silvers Show. 9:30 (Ch. 3) — Murrow visit* Ann Sothern and Aly Kahn on Person to Person. KIM . *•• MURROW Martin Williams 8:30 (Ch. 10) Janet Blair and John Cassavetes in "The First Star" on Alcoa Theater, 'IvanKoe' Is Smash ! on TV in England "Ivanhoe" is right up there with "Gunsm'oke'Von the weekly British TV hit parade — one of the reasons young and handsome English actor Roger Moore landed a big role in the Warner movie, "The Miracle." He plays the title role of the man with the fastest sword draw in the TV show which eventually will have home screen showings in the U. S. OPEN SI 9:00 to 10:00 a. m. AND EVEBY DAT FILMS * DRUGS * CAMERAS * PRESCRIPTIONS 402 M. HUN Regiitered Pharmacist on Duty FRIENDLY SERVICE ALWAYS Open Monday and Friday Ni|hH

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