The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 27, 1958 · Page 15
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 15

Austin, Minnesota
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Saturday, December 27, 1958
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J* f 1 ^ ,1 ^" T I •-. , ' for Yearend • H ^ Mo YORK (At 1 ) — CBS Kews down. HUGHO'BRIAN Hugh O'Brian Heads List of Eligible Hollywood Bachelors By BOB THOMAS AP MoTie-TV Writer HOLLYWOdD (AP)-Hfere it Is, firto — the Hollywood bachelor future book for 1959. Heading the Hot in the marital stakes is straight-shooting, elusive Hugh O'Brian. Ibis was a bail year for marriage in the film capital. Among the many unions that hit the rocks were those of the Ernest Borg- aines, Rock HUdsons; Marlon Brandos, Cary Grants, Mickey Rooneys, Eddie Fishers, Tony Hartleys (Deborah Kerr), Vic Da- •nones, Dgwey Martins (Peggy Lee), and Ben Gages (Esther •• ' • looks, success, future. Informed of the honor, TV's Wyatt Earp didn't panic. Net Against It "I'm not antimarriage," be said cooly. "I'd like to get married and raise » family — if the right girl comes along. It could •happen in 1959." Here are some others on the pigeon list: 2. Tony Perkins. He seems engrossed in Ms career so far. but he. icould be' trapped, t *'-f 5 ju l.v parid Kelson. The, elder tot rN«J*on boys might 'get^mjtr- * • hMJncle Sam doesn'tget him . '• Ge la '"Cycles' 1 These things usually go hi cycles, so 1959 should shape up as a nappy -hunting season for the dolls •»en if it isn't Leap Year. Two Hollywood bacheiorcttes, who re•ain anonymous for obvious reasons, have even gone so far as to compile a list of the most eligible males. In the Interest of maintaining some order, only bona fide bachelors are included; no grass widowers allowed. The gals chose Hugh O'Brian as the No. 1 man. They argue that he has all the needed factor- — —— '^, 7^¥"—» • _ r Crosby. The „ the marrying kind, and tw<Tof the boys have gone already. Gary is the eldest. • 5. Montgomery Clift. He's a tough one, but might be looking for a girl to tell his troubles to. 6. Cesar Romero. Just to create a challenge for the girls, Cesar is included on the list. He has long been one of the town's leading escorts and open-field runner in the marital game. 7. Tab Hunter. Will he tire of the polo life? There's a chance here. the network will offer five special yearend programs this coming Sunday and a Sunday later, Jan. 4. the lineup — all times EST: This Sunday (Dec; 28): at 2:30 p.m. "The Year Gone By" offers a two-hour assessment of Amer* lea's arts, sciences and humanities during 1958 by authorities in their fields. At 4:30 p.m. "The Pice of Red China," a filmed hour-long report of what is happening inside Red China — the first of its kind to appear on American television. At 10 p.m. CBS correspondents will present their 10th annual analysis of world conditions in "Years of Crisis." Other Big pay The following Sunday, Jan. 4: at 3 p.m. "The Big News of '58," an hour review of the significant news developments of the past vear. At 4 p.m. there will be the second annual report on "Where We Stand" in relation to Russia in the areas of arms, ^economics and educations. The CBS view of "The Face of Red China" consists of films shot inside China during the past several months by a German photographer, Rolf GOlhausen of Hamburg. The narration will be by Gerald Clark, London-based correspondent for the Montreal Star who recently concluded a long tour through Communist China. Outbid by Rival John Day, Director of News for CBS News, confessed the other day that it appeared his network had been beaten in obtaining the first films from inside China aft-. er NBC-TV outbid for color movies made there by an American, John Strong — which NBC-TV will show an. 4 (at 4:30 p.m.) under present plans. Day alerted network correspondents to continue the quest for films of China, however, and the new footage by Gillhausen was discovered. Both "Years of Crisis" and "Where We Stand" will be sponsored, the former for the first time since 1954 in the 10-year history ot the annual program. ''• , RadWPUuw, Tee - •"-• The subject of "Where We Stand," in Day's words, "is the survival- of civilization — surely the most important subject in the world. Three of the yearend programs also will be heard on CBS radio. The programs and the times are "Big News of '58," Sunday at 3:05 p.m., "Years of Crisis" next Monday at 8 p.m., and "Where We Stand" a week from Sunday at 9:05 p.m. A hold-up man pointed a gun at a woman grocery store clerk and told her to act natural. So she screamed. IN "NEW NEIGHBOR" — The Real McCoys (Channel 6) made a pitch at farmers in the Christmas Day show. In the scene above, Grandpa (Walter Bren- nan) declared, "A real dirt farmer if ever I seen one," as he introduced Luke (Richard Crenna) to Hank Johnson (Lloyd Corrigan). etwork Television Monday, D«cember 29 &OS *.m. S—David Stoo* ft, 10. 6/30 :oMIMnt*l Clot*. 7/00 4—Siegfried «. I0-Tod*» a, 4-^ a*) ~i». (C) Mawu Program tt M C«l«f t;40 p.m. •*—MofJnet 2.OO p.m. », 4, •—«lg Payoff t, 10-Todw 60m *—0a» In Court 2/30 p.m. J, 4, i—Vardlet Vow* S. 10—Front Th*** RooH •—How to Marf* Mil* fc00 », 4—**» ton or MoMy S, lO-^DaMh ** Ml . 0/30 *». j| tiV^HiMuVut MuiuuistiV i 10-TrtatoM INfaat I0.-00a.rn, V*. t-«aat»o» 10/50 «.*; S, 10—CoitccntraNM ft-Htrold of Truth 11.00 *.m. I, 4, •—lava .al Lift «. 'H'lc Tax OoaBk eV^^niulc srtitrtsi 11.30 ..m. I. 4, S-Saarch . t-lo^iV"- J W Mm 12-00 m S. a. I0~Ntrn I, •—FlJai'iiovlov 10-Chaniid 10 Collii* 72/20 p.m. 5—Trtamr* Choit 12/30 «.«r 1, 4-WocM Tanu *-Mot»«t Day » ••"!» r valfi1 10—Brevities 1/00 p.m. I, 4. o-Jiamw f S, 10—Truth or auence* (Q 1.^0 f>.llp. 9f aj^'ffo'jsd P0rfv 4—Llnkletter S, 10—MOM.-, Boggls «e> •—News. Weather. Clah Notes L'.-OO p.m. *— •rifktei IXy 1,4, t-.U'cfoV. *, 4, •—Secret Stan* 3/30 •—Who Do You Trust 4/00 P.m. J-Show y*™*aVO(IIMi TOWal t—Am. •andrtaM I—Counterpafot 10— Whan NOW 4/30 p.m. t —Commador* Capf* S—Lail of MoMcoM «—Film 10—Ten for Samval 3.-00 p.m. J-Clua HOOM 4—A«rt and 0og 5—Robin Hood I—Latt o< MofclcoM 10—Junglo Jta> 3;30/p.m. 4—Popeya 5-HI-Flvo Tliao a—Mickty Mouta Cli* S—AdvtntOM 10—Matlc Tlaw 5—NBC Now* 10—Looatr Tuacs &OO p.m. ». 4. J. a, 10—Ncwi «—Wtathu "* 6/15 p.m. <—Don Goddard 10—NBC NCOS 6/20 A.m. S-Shoald Know 6:30 (i.m. S, 4, I—NanM tww S—Tie TM Oougk «—W«od*Wood»«tk« '/.•oo P.M. 4, »—Tkt ft*m 5. IO-« M »l«i Qua t—TMl t* Allot 7/30 p.m. i, 4,.l—Fath* Room S>rt 5. 10-Tdlt» of Wtttt 8.VO e.m. S. 4, . C—Vole* at FlrciMM >. 10—Ptt* Qaaa 8/30 ».m. 1. 4, I—Ana SotMr* 3, 10—Alcoa thMtar •—Dr. J.2 9/00 ^.M. 9—Hlanvav Patrol 4—Dtvilu PlaykoaM S. 10—Arfliur Murra* 4—Pott! Pa«* S—Ford Skow 9.30' p.m. 3—Shtrlff at Cock!** S—Highway Patrol a—Target 1—Groucha 10—African Patrol 10/00 ?.«•. .. 4.^...,.-*«, 10/15 ^.«p. '4—John Oalv 10/20 p.m. S—Lawman /0/30 p.m. 3—Ro« Bowl Preview 4—Vanguard S—Big 10 tootho* 6—Hour of Stan 10—Jack Poor Show JO/35 p.m. 3—Or. Christian 70 50 p.m. •—San Frandtco Beat 11:00 p.m. 4—Playhoatc 5—Jack Paar Sho» I—Son Froncltco Beat 11:20 p.m. I—Bengal Lancers 12.-00 m S^-News TV Calendar of Sports SUNDAY, DEC. M 12:45 p.m. 3, 4—Pro Football Championship 12:45 pirn. 4—Bowlerama 1:00 p.m. 3—Champ Bowling 1:30 pan. 5, 10-NBA Basketball WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31 9tOf pirn. «r*-ngbV 1 V » THURSDAY, JAN. 1 11:46 p.m>J-Orange BowJ 12:45 p.b. 5,10-Sugar Bowl 2:30 pan. 3,4-Cotton Bowl 3:45 pan. 5, 8, 10—Rose Bowl FRIDAY, JAN. 2 9:00 pan. 5, 10—Cavalcade ot Sports SATURDAY, JAN. 3 , 12:00 p.m. 5—NBC College Basketball 1:00 p.m. S, 4, 8—Hockey 2:00 p.m. 5, 10—Senior Bowl Game. 3:30 p.m. 3, 4—Basketball (Mich. St. - Indiana) 5:00 pan. 6 — All Star Golf 5:30 p.m. 4, 10—Champ Bowling Memorial Fund Honors Robert Jacob Acknowledgement of a memorial fund given in remembrance of Jacob" was announced to^ by the Minnesota Heart Assn. -y-two' isaent» at ate- state institutions are currently receiving support roan) £he fund in studies of coronary attack; high blood pressure, strokes, -hardening of the arteries, etc. Combined, these diseases caused more than 53 per cent of all Minnesota mortality in 1957 according to vital statistics. TERRY MOORE SERIES There's a Terry Moore series in the works at Screen Gems. 'Wonder what Santa does on New Year's?" Weil, Here's What My Daddy Does! He Brings Hone A Gallon of Golden Ice Cream and we kid* like our daddy just as good as •>< Santa Claus. He gets a whole gallon for only ^ AUSTIN DRUG WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY NEW YEAR'S AUSTIN DRUG St. Paul at W. Water St. HE 3-2105 Open Till 10 p. m.-7 Nit* A Week

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