The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 13, 1958 · Page 18
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(Mton.)HE>AlD, SATURDAY; MCEMBEH 13> mt SHUNS SJOrffY ? AT?IKt 1 fiSelB Network Television 1 \ _ IB Thursday, D«e*mb«r 1ft 6,-Oi AIM. 6:30 AM. • «» ,,*>»--.^-.--. «•_._ too* 7.OO AJ». 4— Si«a.f>eld 7.4J AM. 4— Ckrlitmas Skew AO6 Aflt. I, 4-CoBt . Kaataraa O.*45. A40. i— Newt 9.-00 A*. I. 4— Far Lort or Maaao 1. 10-0o«a> a* Ml 9/30 *.«. 1, 4-««y Mooch 1, IS— Trewori Hoof 70:00 AM. 3, 4. B— Godfrey 5, 10— Price It Right 70:75 AM. 10:30 AM. S. B— Top Dollar 4— Newt S, 10— Concentrattoa, (—Quit • Catbalk ll.-OO AM 3, 4, B— Lava of Ufa S, 10— Tte Toe Doaa» t— Day m Coart 77:30 AW. 1, 4, B— Searck S, 10— Could BaYw t— Peter Have* 11:45 m.m. t, 4— Griding LlaJM B — Film leview 22:00 M 3, 4, 5, B, 10— Newt, Weotfcer 72:70 pj*. 1— Living Starvbook 12.-2C p.m. 1— Treoiura Cfcett 12:30 p.m. 1— A> World Taw 1— All Star Cheater (—Mothers Day 1— Min Brooks JiOO p.m It 4. 1-JMMrTv r)«M 5— TrUHl « CMtt*. «MMM (Q * - * thdjIaM* , *_J* 0 &*• 9t •"•• H O*JM f*«wty 4— Unkletttr S, 10— H«Mlt taaflli 6— Mewi. wtathtrT CM* . j.. » ^ «-Matlaee 2.00 #4». tHt H a£2s. 2:30 p.m. 3, 4, B— Verdict roan J. 10— T-nai Tktsa RaaM *—P*a4«taM 3.-00 ^.e». S, 10— Quiea fat Day •—Beat Clot* 3:15 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Stfe* Stone 3:30 p.m. 1, 4, 8- tagt i Nigat J, tO-Caaaty fair •— Wbo Do »OM Trnt 4.~00 p.m, l__*JlfM J 3I.VW 4 — Atojno Tawti S— Margie B— Western Th-*rt«i 10— Wnaft New 4— Axel « Dog' 5— Last ol Mokfcaa* 10— Forest Frontiers 3— HiKkleberry Hand 5— Robla Hooa 6— Texas Rangert B— Jungle Jiai 10 — Jet Jackion 5:30 p.». 4 — Popeve 5— Hi-Flve Tlma *— Disney Adventare Ttaia 8— Kiddies Hear 10— HucHe err. HoMd 6.-00 p.m. 3, 4, S, B, 10— News, Weathei Sports (—Weather 6:15 p.m. (—Don Qoddard 10— NBC News r P*e«0 Pfat l^fw Sh*nW ttftiV I—Aunt* OitiUy 9f i V *™»€ W(rWB>B% VflMR 7.-00 ^». S, 4 ni PtcenBof eVidjk..'- (— Zorto 1B—S4* Haul 7.-30 #.«». If 4* >i "DwillllMV 5, Id-CMMM Vaa B— Oat Secret •—•tat McCoy* S, 4— Zan* Qrey $— BeM*d Cleeed Doors »— Pat Boaaa t— Mask 10— Kesca* • Stf0*.a». '"Hatty Heart" 3, 10— Erato For* *— Kooafc Riders 9.-OO p.m. S. 10-Btt Yaw LH* (—Man Wltfce-* «• 9:30 p.m. 5— Masaaeraa* Party 1C) (—Judge Bea* 10— U. S. MarsM 70.-00 p.m. 3. 4, S, (. B. 10— Now*. Weatbei S»arta 70:75 p.m. t—lotm Daly 10:26 p.m. B— Tbls Is Yaw Ufa 10:30 p.m. J— Boots A Saddles 4— Mickey Splllane 5— Tea-Four (—Hour at Stan 10-Jack Poor Shaw 10:35 p.m. to— Movte 10:50 p.m. B— Cbaaipioa Bowling ll.-OO p.m. 4— Playhouse S— Jack Poor 72 m 5— News , for B/ue Jeans an SCORNS SLOPPY ATTIRE —Actress Susan Kohner, all dressed Up here for her role as the feminine lead In "The Big Fisherman," scorn* blue jeans, slacks and other sloppy attire. ^ AP HOLLYWOOD (AT) - L/kMA l&yir tlkoi *±*£&itfjtitfr *-*-•"--1j-*-*» M ,jg. j noptf f for,.! inv youngvr §oBKnllioll of film a«tNHMi,- after all. Here's one who •ettfli Wu*. jeans, aiicki and other slopnr aWrt, r Recently in this space, Richard Arlen fired * blast at tot) mew* type female stars who dreit like slobs in public. Dick would be delighted with Susan Kohner, a bright young talent who hi the picture of nearness and gUnwr wherever you see her. How did she get that way* "1 guess It was partly my Mb* Ing la school,*' she laid. '1 wai in a private school, Weitlske School tor Girls, where we bad a daily inspection to see If our nafle were clean, shoes were polished and dresses were neat. Aemlred GluMr QtMia Tor another thing, i knew and admired all the great glamor queens ol the movies as I was growing up. Stars like Martene The Gift of Magi' Wasn't All Bad but Many Weak Points By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK (AP) — When a musical version of "The Gift of the Magi" was opened on CBS-TV Tuesday night, the audience found that all that glitters is not gold. The O. Henry short story is a tremendous trifle leading to a trick ending that has lost its irony as a result of long familiarity. A fellow sells % valued watch to buy his beloved wife Christmas gift combs for her beautiful golden hair, while his wife sells her hair to buy him a Christmas gift fob for his valued watch. The music and lyrics by Richard Adler were mediocre and failed to advance the story in any discernible way. On the other hand, the story plunges downhill and aver the cliff so fast that it had to be stopped frequently for enough music and business to give the audience a full hour ride. Gordon MacRae was excellent as one of the original organization men who sold his watch. Sally Ann Howes was a charming wife, lovely enough to make bun want to sell his watch. But neither could overcome the fact that they were playing in a broad, absurd bit of teletheater. The commodity of exchange with the audience was corn. Although it glittered at rare moments, the production did not reveal the solid gold of good entertainment. Speaking of gold, O. Henry received less than $500 for his Christmas story but his estate reportedly collected $40,000 for television rights for this adaptation. The cost of Christmas mounts each season without marked improvement in its spirit. COMBO — Ozzie borrows Rick's guitar and sings for a neighborhood party in "The Helpful Neighbor" on The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet", Dec. 17. Ricks regular combo—James Burton (left). Richie Frost, and James Kirkland—back Ozzie. Drop Movie Until Live Show of 'For Whom the Bell Tolls' A number of CBS television stations around the country have dropped scheduled runs of the motion pictures "For Whom the Bells Toll" with Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman until after a live special of the Hemingway novel is presented on the network about two months from now. The dramatization of the novel about the Spanish Civil War will be presented in two installments on Playhouse 90 March 5 and March U. how * ifl thU gltmor. H«f htiMT It UM topflight •^ P.ta Kohne^T k Lupltf *tor«, *Ur o( i»d a^rv^od fliott. ., ,, Mottor 0«i. Cntt Mother h« « tot ta do with my b«lii«t consctout ol my •b. w«f« K«r« now , »he'd te nil. Ing nil to itt up airtight." 8u«m BtrtUbttnMl h*mlf i.. BtincUTely. Sw cum* to h»ch betutlfully .W«d, tfaoitgli b«r Btyte WM » cmturlu old. AM to playing her most Impreatire roto to date; the ftmlidiw WM u M Arab princcM la "rht Bl« Filh- «rmait. M ; Fatkef H«r Acetrf Pap* Kohner to Susan's agent. 8tM said that's both a help and « hindrance. "It's nice to have an agent who Is so enthusiastic," she remarked. "But sometimes his enthusiasm gets a little too big, and I hav* to temper It somewhat." Another drawback, she said, can be with producers who have known her since she was an Infant and cant get used to th*> fact that she is a grown-up 21- year-old actress. TV Calendar of Soorts SUNDAY, DEC. 14 11:45 a.m. 3, 4— Bowlerama 1:00 p.m. S, 4, 8— Pro Football (Detroit - Bears) 1:30 p.m. S, 10— NBA Basketbal (Syracuse - Detroit) 4:30 p.m. 6— Bowling. WEDNESDAY, DEC. IT 9:00 p.m. 6, 8— Sights FRIDAY, DEC. 11 »:00 pja. 5, 10-CaTalcade si Sports SATURDAY, DEC. 2* 12:90 pan. 3, 4, 8-Pro Footbal 2:00 p.m. 5-NBC Basketball 3:30 p.m. 3, 4, 10-Big 10 Baske*. ball (N.Y. vs. m.) 4:00 p.m. 5— Women's Bowling. 5:00 p.m. 6 - All Star GoU 5:30 pan. 4, 10-Cbamp Bowlint Rolls Royce Prize on Linkletter Show Two families, the Stromberga and the MiUans, will start a four* week test of their powers of ob> servation, with a Rolls Royce aa the prize, on Art Linkletter's "Peo> pie Are Funny" Dec. 20. Sam Clements, 19-yearx>ld descendent of Mark Twain, will b* given the opportunity of picking a stranger's occupation by listening to his trade jargon. Clement •> from Kirkwood, Mo. GEORGE HOWES Austin Manager IT'S MORE THAN MONEY It does make q difference whore you borrow. Industrial Credit's 1C PUN gives you not just dollars, but helpful, courteous, confidential service top. Use this dignified lending service to borrow money for any worthwhile purpose. MINISTER - ACTOR TO PORTRAY CHRIST IN FILM — Donald cJrtisTan ordained minister who does not believe in the divinity of Jesus, stands beside a painting of Christ in Hollywood as he explained why he is highly pleased over his selection to portray eJsus in the film "The Big Fisherman," a four mil- lion dollar Hollywood production. Curtis, a veteran film and television actor, is the full-time minister at the Science of Mind Church of Religious Science in Los Angeels. He believes Christ was a great and Godly man, but not supernatural. (AP Photofax) Phone HE 3-2314 301 N. Main Austin INDUSTRIAL CREDIT COMPANY

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