The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 6, 1958 · Page 14
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 14

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Jiill HERAlp, SATUftOAY, PECeMSgR a. 1958 Tne AuJuQ ncraid letevisiott guioe mciuaes programs lor th* weeit o< TV stations KGLO( Ch. 3t Mason City; WCCO Gh 4) Mltn neapolis; KSTf iCh. S) St. Paul? KMM1 <Ch. 6) Austin; (Ch. 8) Lacrosse; and KROC <Ch. 10) Rochester. .. _ ... . -^^.^ • ^ -•' ' — ^^^.^.-^^ . H ^ — _^^^ 1 ^^ a ^ i ^z Jf . • Network Television 1 •B Saturday, Dec. 6 and Sunday Dec. 7 (C) Means Program is In Coloi 6.OO p.m 3— O'Henry Playhouse 4— News S— Newt, Weather, Sports 6— Uncle Al 1- -lawrenct *elk 6:30 p.m. 3, 4— High Adventure (e) 6— Dick Clark Show 5, 10— People Are Fuanv 7.-00 fi.m 3. 10— Perr* Cemo (C) •—Jubilee U.S. A. 1 — Lorctta Young 7 30 p.m. 3, 4. 1— Wanted 8.-OO D.m. 3— Heart of City 4 — Oh Susano 5. 10 — Steve Canyon •- -lawrenc. Welk •—Gale Storm 8:30 p.m. 3. 4, t— Have Can WIN Travel 9.-00 p.m. 1, 4, t — Gansmoka S— Ctasaroa City 0*— ." *-*c from Manhattan 10— TIA 9:30 p.m. 3— State Traeaer 4— »eattt Voile. Day* S— Matktnil* Ro*.de« •—Mow to Marry • Millionaire i — Peter Gunn 10 — Brains ft •raaa 10:00 p.m. t, 4. 5. *, 1. 10— New* Weatkar Sports 10:15 p.m. 3— Night COD •— lab Cammlnfi 10:20 p.tn. 10 — Movie 70:30 p.m. 4— Theater 5 — Unexpected 6— Varietv Theater 10:45 p.m. •—Max's Plavhotrse ll.-OO om. 9— Boston Blackle 77.30 H.m. S— Leigh Plays SUNDAY DEC. 7 7:30 a.m. 5— Christophers S.-OO a.m 4 — Socrec Heart 5— Bible Story 8 I) <t.m. 4— As A Man Thinketh 8:30 a.m. 3.— Thru Porthole 5— Frontiers el Faith 8:45 a.m. 3— Christian Science 4— Thra Porthole 9:00 a.m. 3— Lamp Unto My Feel 4— Business S— Quit a Catholic 9:30 ».m. 3— look Op and Lire 4— Hopalong Cassldy S— Big Picture 10:00 ».m. 3— U.N. in AcMoa 5— .Star Theater 10— Double Feature 10:3C> *.m. ), 4— American Jew 11. -00 ».m. B— This Is Life S— Boots ft Saddles 11:15 *.m. 4— World of Avlatla* 11:30 *.m. 3«-Muslc ' 4— News •—John Hopkins File •— Christophers 11:45 t.m. 3, 4 — Bawleram* 72.-00 p.m. t — Star Showcase «— •(shop Pike 8— HeL Town Hafl J2.-30 f.m. 10— Oral Roberts «— ReL Tawa Halt B-Christlae) S:ienca 12.-45 p.m. 3, 4. B— KIckoH 7.-06 p.m 3. 4. B— Pro Football (Cards-Bears) S— Watch Mr. Wizard •—College News Conference 10— Industry 1:15 p.m. 10 — Christian Science 1:30 p.m. 6— This Is Lite 5, 10— NBA Basketball (Phil-Cine!) 2:00 p.m. ^ i— Religious Sketches 2:15 p.m. *— TBA 2:30 p.m. C— Oral Roberts 3:00 p.m. •—Open Hearing 3:30 p.m. S — Commend Performance 6— Roller Derbv 10— This Is Lite 3:45 p.m. 3 — Cartoons 4— Film B— Thru Porthal 4:00 p.m. 3— Day Called X 4— Command Perfahoaitct i, 10— Omnibus ( — Wagon Train 4:30 p.m. 3— Amateur Hour 4— Bowling 4:45 p.m. <— Christian Science 5.-00 p.m. 3 — Command Performance 5— Meet Press t— Joe Matt Family Hour » — December Bride 10— Hollywood Festival 5:15 p.m. 6— Christian Science 3:9cv p.m 3, 4. B— 20th Century 5 — News t— Variety Time 6.-00 p.m. 3, 4, B Lasite 3 Saber a* Landau (—Wild B!M Hlckok 3, 4, »— Bachelor Father *— Maverick sage (c) 7*0 p.m. 3, 4, B— Ed Sullivan S. 10— Steve Allen (c) 7:30 p.m. *— lawmaa 8.-00 p.m. 3, 4, t—G. E. Theater S. 10— Dinah Shan (O 8:30 p.m. 3, 4, B— Alfred Hitckcoct t— This Is Jan 9.-00 p.m. 3, 4, B— Keep Te'kiitg 5— Iwctta voaiifl Shaw •—Meet McGraw 10— Silent Service 9:30 p.m. 3— Last Rebellion 4— What's My Line S-Whirlvbirds 4 — Uncommon Valor B— Art Theater 10— Behind Closed Doors 10:00 fi.m. 3, 4, S, 6, B, 10— News Weather Sports 10:15 p.m. 3— Viewer's Digest S— Man Wfco Was There 6— News •— N.V Confidential 10— Movie 10:25 p.m. «— Sporh 70:30 p.m. «— All-Sta> Baling S— Bralvs ft Brawn v— Ida Lupine 70:45 p.m. »— Sile-t Service 7 1. -00 p.m. S— Stage 7 11:30 p.m 5— Theater The Gift of the Magi on Network Tuesday If any one piece of American literature could be said to most warmly present the spirit of Christmas giving, it might well be O. Henry's sentimental short story "The Gift of the Magi." The simple tale of the poverty- ridden young husband and wife who sold their two dearest possessions for money to buy Christmas presents for each other probably will be remembered as long as the name of O. Henry. The story is a short one, about 2,200 words. And U has a Christmas glow that shines through even when it's read in mid-summer. It's the tale of a young woman with beautiful hair who dearly desired a set of tortoise - shelled, Jewel-rlnuned combs to adorn ber hair. Her busband's proudest possession was a gold watch that had been bis father's and Us grandfather's. In the spirit of,sacrifice — the real spirit of Christmas giving— she cut off her hair and sold it. With the cash obtained she bought a beautiful watch chain for ber No Revue Profits to Doubting Thomas NEW YORK Iff) — Broadway's unhappiest angel is the man who owned a two per cent interest in "La Plume de Ma Tante." A few days before the Paris revue opened, he expressd misgivings about its prospects — so Joseph Kipness, one of the producers, bought him out. The show opened to seven unanimous critical raves — and appears to be on the way to a banner boxoffice record. Some of Top Programs TONIGHT 6;SO (Ch. 6) — Buddy Johnadn, Duaue Eddy and Fabian with Dick Clark. 7 (Ch. 10) — Pier Angel!, Andy. Griffith, Helen O'Connell and Look All-American football team with Perry Como. r son on "Waltz Night" on Voice of Firestone. GrlffMk Pier AngeU SUNDAY MORNING 9:30 (Ch. 3) — "Out of Happiness" on Look Up and Live. Modern version of medieval mystery play on Adam's banishment from Eden. 10:30 (Ch. 3) — Documentary special entitled "The American Jew: A Tribute to . Freedom." SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12:30 (Ch. 6) — "Censorship" topic on Religious Town Hall. 1 (Ch. 6) — Elenaor Roosevelt guest on College News Conference. 3 (Ch. 6) — "Small Explosion," 30 minute play on racial antagonism on Open Hearing. Jim. He, not knowing of her sacrifice, sold his watch to buy the combs for her hair. Like most 0. Henry stories, "The Gift of the Magi" delivers its punch at the ending when Delia, the wife, discovers Jim has no watch to hang from the beautiful chain. The beloved Christmas story was written for the magazine section of the Sunday World, the Sunday edition of the famous old New York Evening World. In 1906 it was published in the collection of O. Henry short stories titled "The Four Million." In its various forms, "T h e Gift of the Magi" has been read by millions throughout the world. But, Dec. 9, In one hour, It will be "read" by more than 35,000,000 Americans most of whom will be already embarked on Christmas shopping sprees. Maybe it will remind them of the true "giving" spirit that O. Henry tried to epitomize in his •tory. , The "mass reading" of "The Gift of the Magi," Tuesday, involves the telecast of a musical version of the tender Christmas tale. The CBS-TV network will present a one-hour production with Sally Ann Howes, star of Broadway's "My Fair Lady," and Gordon MacRae respectively playing the devoted Delia and Jim. Music and lyrics will be by Miss Howes' husband, Richard Adler, who composed the music for "Pajaraa Game" and "Damn Yankees." Ironically — and irony was an O. Henry hallmark — the writer died penniless in 1910 at N e w York's Polyclinic Hospital on 34th Street not far from the present location of the CBS studio from which his story will be telecast at a cost of about $500,000 to the sponsor. Scott Ustinov 4. (Ch. 10) — Peter Ustinov version of part of internal struggle of leaders of French Revolution on Omnibus. Ustinov plays Danton, George M. Scott, Robespierre and Joseph Ruskin, Hebert. Title: •'Empty Chair." 5:30 (Ch. 3) — Second part of dope series entitled "The Addicted: Criminal or Patient" on 20th Century. SUNDAY EVENING 7 (Ch. 3) — Ed Sullivan in filmed show from Alaska with Dody Goodman, Jill Corey, Jack Carter and others; (Ch. 10) Joan Davis, Andre Previn, Hi-Los, Leo de Lyon and Ray Robinson as song and dance man with Steve Allen. DINAR SHORE 8:30 (Ch. 10) — Sterling Hayden and Julie Adams in "Points Beyond" on Goodyear Theater. 9 (Ch. 10) — Don Cherry, Judy Lynn, Denise Lor and Enzo Stuarti on Arthur Murray Dance Party; (Ch. 6) Vic Damooe with Patty Page. Jill Corey Joan Davis 8 (Ch. 3) — Robert Horton and Nancy Olson in "The Last Rodeo" on GE Theater; (Ch. 10) Sid Caesar fills in for Dinah Shore with satire on TV trends, movies, music and education with Paul Douglas and Dolores Gray as guests. Damone Jane Powell TUESDAY EVENING 7 (Ch. 10) — Jane Powell and George Burns with Eddie Fisher. 8 (Ch. 3) — One-hour musical version of O. Henry's well known Christmas play "Gift of the Magi." Starring Gordon MacRae and Sally Ann Howes. WEDNESDAY EVENING • 6:30 (Ch. 10) - Audrey Totter and Wayne Morris guest* <xt Wagon Train ifl "the Tent* City Story," James Moore 8 (Ch. 10) — Harry James and Bobby Van with Jerry Lewi*. 9 (Ch. 6) — Archie Moore defends heavyweight boxing title against Yvon Durelle; (Ch, 3) Dramatized documentary- at Glen* wood Iowa mentally retarded hospital on Circle Theater. Title: "The Invisible Mark." 10:30 (Ch. 3) — Hour long demonstration on stereophonic sound. THURSDAY EVENING 8:30 (Ch. 3) — Story of Chicago mob war leading up to St. Valentine's Day massacre, war between "Bugs" Moran and Al Capone; (Ch. 10) Charles Laughton with Ernie Ford. 9:30 (Ch. 10) — Still another western debuts — U. S. Marshal. FRIDAY EVENING 9 (Cb. 10) — Finals of World's Invitational Match-Game bowling championships from Chicago Coliseum. LaRosa Martha Raye 9 (Ch. 3) — Martha Raye, Julius La Rosa, ErroU Garner Trio and others with Garry Moore. O'Keefe for Hodges in Willson Musical NE WYORK W> — Paul O'Keefe, 7, is replacing 11-year-old Eddie Hodges as the freckled kid w h o pivots the plot of the Meredity Willson's hit "Music Man." Eddie is off on a movie assignment. Young O'Keefe, a Boston native, has worked on leading television shows and last summer performed in a stock production of "Annie Get Your Gun." Laughfam Tucker 9:30 (Ch. 3) — Richard Tucker and Inez Robb on Person to. Person with Murrow. 1 ? JiiC-i'l * Only One on Panel Hos College Degree Hardly a week goes by that the mailbags addressed to "I've Got A Secret" the CBS-TV Wednesday night show, doesn't contain letters praising Moderator Garry Moore and the panel members for their quick-wittedness and intelligence. It may come as somewhat of a surprise to those writers as well as others that the only one in the program's group with a college sheepskin is Betsy Palmer. Closest to her is Bill Cullen who had two years to go when he quit the University of Pittsburgh. And Garry Moore and Henry Morgan are merely graduates of the School of Hard Knocks. GEORGE HOWES Austin Manager NEED MORE MONEY? The 1C PLAN was developed for those whose financial obligations can't be satisfied by a smaller loan. With this helpful lending service, responsible people can borrow from $300 to $3,000 or more . . . enough to take care of their larger obligations. Repayment is easy, with terms tailored to fit your budget. Caesar Douglas 8:30 (Ch. S) — Phyllis Thaxter in "Murder Me Twice" on Hitchcock; (Cb. 6) Bobby Troup's Stars of Jazz with Jimmy Giuffre Three and Irene Krall. MONDAY EVENING 8 (Ch. 3) — Dinah Shore and daughter Missy guests of Danny Thomas; (Ch. 6) Hilde Gueden, John Raitt and Florence Header- Phone HI 3-2314 201 N, Main Austin INDUSTRIAL CREDIT COMPANY

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