The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on November 29, 1958 · Page 17
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 17

Austin, Minnesota
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Saturday, November 29, 1958
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'.X. i, uie • ^ Mntt j^ . „ {$**?&#. Si Concferned ...... *Utlve political dftogStoc itioB Wag jfo^B&d J veil Fletcher and ether rotesk BeglerwiH pettray. Judge, Me? Cord, - small-toWiS political -:b%l who, tot years, has,,vl£} iVr ,« « •upremacy with a fellow politician, •-' Putnam Bayne (Fletetietf. tiottoK T to, the judge's daughter, played by Miss Palmer* falls in love With Putnam Bayne, Jr., (Hill), just before a primary race in which toe boy is running aganst Me* * Cord's hand-picked candidate. However, the strain of being on opposite sides of the political fence, and the hostility of Judge McCord to the romance, causes •eemlngly irreconcilable differences between the young couple. Subsequent - events, including a •tattling discovery on the part of the Judge, set the stage for a moving and unexpected conclu- •iOh. Begley is currently on Broadway in "Look Homeward, Angel." His most recent Steel Hour appearance was in "Walk With A Stranger." Betsy Palmer was last seen on the Steel Hour in "The Climate of Marriage." She Is a regular panel member of the weekly program, "I've Got A Secret." •• — 0<Md, Pro- Medtcal Schftol, , meet- deaT with^the tftedical tfpMtf of " ' 4—David Stone 6:30 ».m. S, Kt-CWHwrrrot Ctos*- Wedneidoy* Dteftmber 3 (3 MMNtt IreBMim a) M Color 2.40 P.m. J, 4, §•*•»« Payoff j, to—to'day It 0«ft b-~Chanc« for Romance W I ^A. " ~M.-*»».».«W -J— Will ,to rheumatic fever in program. COMEDY TUTOR — Herbie Faye) veteran of the vaudeville and Broadway stages, is credited by Phil Silvers with teaching him the rudiments- of comedy. ftichaifd"L t ,Yaifc^, vlsthit tit* flfl* versity of Mlnnesdta .Medical School, will deal 'with th^'' surgical aspects. \ , -*[ As in past yeaH/,\tlti» pro- gcttttt U fHFCWBnli^fl ! IH - •WKipCrfl* Hot. with Smith, Kline .und Freflcft^lUtN^atorteii, Philadel- phto pharmiiceutlcai house. the programs will originate at Mayo Memorial Building, University of Minnesota Hospital, and will be carried by closed circuit to Room 1 of Minneapolis Auditorium, headquarters for the scientific program of the meeting. Two 6 x 8 foot screens will allow physicians attending the meeting to view the programs. The television portion -of the A.M.A. meeting will begin at 10 a.m Tuesday with a demonstration and explanation of the use of a heart-lung machine, which allows blood to be circulated around the heart during heart surgery. Dr. C. Walton Lillehei of the University of Minnesota Medical School will be chairman. Other topics to be covered include prthopedie problems oi the lower extremities; calculation of industrial disability; office techniques and procedures for the handling of pediatric patients; ce-> sarean section, and the examination of the arthirtic patient. HASN'T SEEN ERROL IN MONTHS Patricia Wymore Is Plunging Into Work on The Sad Horse' By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD «! -. Patricia Wymore, who hasn't seen husband Errol Flynn since February, is plunging into her own career. On Monday, she starts her first film in several years, ."The Sad Horse," for 20th Century-Fox release. Next Thursday, she opens her new night club act at the Coconut Grove. She has asked Flynn to fly from New York for her night club opening and expects bun to be here. Whether he'll make it is another matter. He has told reporters thafr-their marriage is ."coming apart at the seams." It's news to her. Professes Ignorance "I don't know a thing about it," says the third Mrs. Flynn. "As far as I know, nothing has changed. 1 have no idea what is going to happen." One thing she does know: She's buckling down to work to support herself and 5-year-old daughter, Amelia. "I've been out of the business for 6& years," said Pat. "I had to come back and start all over again. It's a lot easier now that Amelia is in school. I'm willing to work hard." She'll Work Hard She'll be working hard these two weeks. Because of the uncer- ainty of the sun these days, she'll have to rise at 5 for the film' locations, Then she'll be doing her strenuous, song and dance act at the Grove nightly. ^ . Turning back to* her marriage with the dashing Flynn, she said: "We bad a glorious time, living on our yacht and traveling to all parts of the world." Has Crew of 10 The yacht has a crew of 10 and 2 domestic help, but Pat did all the cooking. "I got to be quite good at it, too," she bragged. "I could turn out a buffet dinner for 75, including the hors d'oeuvres." The yacht is still based at Majorca, off the coast of Spain. There is a big new night club at Majorca and Pat plans to play her act there next spring and visit all her friends. With Flynn? That remains to be seen. 7:00 *.m *—JitjfMd S. HM-Todoy fl/00 f.m. J, 4-Copt, S, 10-tooov 8:45 *,m. 9.-00 4m i. 4—for Love at Money 10—Cough Ke Mi 9:90 *.m. J, 4—flo» HuiKb 5, 10—Treasure Hunt 10.-00 *.m. I, 4, •—Godfrey 5, 10—frice It Right 6—Bill Hlckek 10:30 t.m. S, 4. t-Top Colter S, Id—Concentration 6—TMi If Aniwer ll.-OO a.m S. 10—Tie 'at ooujfc S, 4, t—Lore ot Ufe (—Pay In Coart 11:3U a.m. S. 10—Could Se You(C) 3. 4, •—Search 6—refer Havei 11.45 a.m. I—Film Review 12.-00 m I—Him 3, 4—Giiidlng Ughf 4, S—Newt. Weather I—Newt 12:20 p.m. t— Treasure Chett 12:30 p.m. J, 4—A> World Turin 5, 10—Sporti Page 6—Mother* Day t—Ranch Party l.-OO 5, 10—Truth r «ee J or Cortso- 3, 4, 8—Jimmy Dean »—Liberace 1:30 p.m. S, 10—Ho0gut Baggin J, S—Haute Party 4—linVlcttf *—News, Weather. Clubs 1:40 6—TV Bingo 3:30 p.m. J, 4, &*-Verdi«f »OCM S, l(K-froM Theie Rooti 6—Charl«« Boyet 3.-00 p.m. ), 4, »—lnfttiter Day i, 10—Oueen lot Day •—Beat Clock i, 4, I—4«cret Sterm 3:30 pM t, 4, I—isoe ot Nt|M 5, 10—County Fair «—Who 00 You trutt 4/00 p.m. 1—Show 5—Margie *>—Am landiNind 4— Arouno Town I—Royal PlayhouM 10—Vfhafi New 4:30 t>m. 4—Axel * Oog 5—Last at MtohicMt I—Film 10—Ham! Art. 1—Club House 4—Woody Woodpecker 5—Robin flood I—Big Picture 10—Casey Jones 5:30 p.m. 4—Pepeyt 5—Hi-Five Time t—Mickey Mouse Oe* I—Texas Rangers 10—JeH's Collie 6:00 D.m. 3. 4, 5, S, 10—News, Weather, Spo>h (—Weatherman 6:15 p.m. 4—AMA Report 6—Don Goddard 10—NBC News 6:20 p.m. S—Tag ShouK Know J—Bdtfs Club HaiiM 5, 10—W«0oft Train . 6—Lawrence Welk »—Dltiteviand 6:45 p.i». J—$«w and Save 7.-00 p.m. 3—Booti ft Saddle 4—Pursuit 7:30 p.m. 3—Silent Service S, 10—Price U Right (, I—O»le • Harriet 8.-OQ p.m. 3, 4, I—MllNonalre 5, 10—Milton Berle (—Donna Reed 8:30 p.m. 3, 4—Got Secret S, 10—Bat Masterson e—Pattl Page •—Sea Hunt 8:45 p.m. (—Sport Tips 9:00 p.m. 3, 4—Steel Hour S—Your Lite (, (—Fight* 10—New York Confidential 9:30 p.m. S—Flight 10—Tugboat Annie 10:00 p.m. J, 4, S, (, •—News, Weather Sports 10:15 p.m. (—John Dalv 10:20 p.m. , t —Perry Mason 10:30 p.m. 3—City Detective S—District Attorney 4—Playhouse (—Hour of Stars 10—Jack Poor Show 10:50 p.m. t—Charlie Chan ll.-OO p.m. 4—Playhouse S—Jack Poor Show 12:00 p.m. S—Newt SPARKLING MUSICAL — Tommy Sands, Pat Boone and Gary Crosby are among the bright young people in the tuneful production, "Mardi Gras" now showing at the Sterling, New TV Goes On Air in S.D. ABERDEEN, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota's newest television station, Kxab-Tv, went on the air Thursday with regular programming. The station operates on Channel 9 with a power of 60,000 watts. It is owned by the North Dakota Broadcasting Co., which operates television stations in Valley City, Bismarck and Minot, N.D., and a radio station in Fargo. President John Boler said Kxab-Tv would program from 7 a.m. to midnight. It is an NBC affiliate and will take some local programming via relay from sta- tion Kxjb-Tv, Valley City, as well as having live programs from Aberdeen, he said. Miss Connie Blackstead is pro* gram director and acting station manager. TENDING TO OWN CARttR — Patricia Wymore, out of show business for six and a half years while she con* centrated on being Mrs. Errol Flynn, displays the songs she'll use in a plunge back into a song-and-dance career. She is rehearsing for next week's opening of her night club act at the Los Angeles Cocoanut Grove. She'll also start soon on her first movie in several years. 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