The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 3, 1959 · Page 20
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""• : 10:35 Night Watch HKX) Scoreboard ' 11:05 Night Watch 11:55 Local NewK TUESDAY NIGHT (JAN 6) • :00 Variety UtuU 6:30 crab Hoatter «:35 Variety Mual* 7:00 Local Ntnn 1.-09 World TotUj tao BUI Stern "•• • T^S Night Waton 8K» News 8:05 Night Watch 9.-00 News . 9:05 Night Watch ' 9:30 New* ••••••-. 0:45 Night Watch . 10:30 New* 10:35 Night Watch 11:00 Scoreboard li-OS Night Watch ll:$5VNcw* WEDNESDAY NIGHT (JAN. 7) •:00 Variety Mu«le f:30 Qab Heatter • :35 Variety Muslo 1:05 World Today T^O News ' .7:35 Night Watch 9$0 Newa 9:00 Newa ' • ••05 Night Watch 8:30 News . • ' 8:35 Night Watch 9:05 Night Watch 9:30 N»w* - 9:35 Local New* 9:45 Night Watch 10:30 Newa 1030 Night Watch 11 .-00 New* v THURSDAY NIGHT (JAN. 8) 8:00 Variety Mualo 0:30 Gab Beatter • :35 Variety Mujle 7*0 Local New* t.-M World Today T«> Bill Stem S.-CKI Local Newa >:03 Night Watch *:30 MBS New* • :3J Might Watch 8:00 Local New* 9:OS Night Wa tub »:30 Now* 9:35 Local New* 9:45 Night Watch 10:35 New* 10:3S Night. Wateu 11:00 Scoreboard^ 11:05 Night Watch 11:55 Local News FRIDAY NIGHT (JAN. 9> • «0 Variety Mu«l« 6:30 Gab Heatter • :3S Variety Musis 7:00 Local Ncw» 7:05 Night Watoft 7:30 Bill Stern 735 Night Watch 7:45 Boskerboll Auttfn-Mankfft* 10 .-oo Night Watch 10:35 News 10:35 Night Watch 11:00 Scoreboard 11:05 Night WatcB 11:55 Local Newa SATURDAY AFTIRNOON .nd EVENING (JAN. 1W 1»;00 Mew* 14:03 Larson 8bov 13:15 News 13:30 Larson. 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MOST TALKED OF—Elizabeth Taylor, whose third husband, Mike Todd, died last year, found co'risolation in Eddie Fisher. As a result of these and other events, Liz won the title of "most talked about woman of ••-•..' , ••.•.!958//' ••„•;••.•-.•.•:'. ANN HELM STARS 1 Network Television 1 Saturday, January 10 '; (C) MlANi PROGRAM IS IN tOLOR. 7V20 rf.tt. J— American Adrenfur* 7:30 a.m. 4— Axel * Oofl 8/00 <*.». *— WMtern rralli ' S.-30 «.w. 3, <— Copl. Katigoro* 9:00 a.m. i — Howdy Doody 9:30 a.m. 3, 4— Mljhty Mouse 5— Ruff & Rcddy 10:00 *.m. 3, 4— Heckle & Jcckle 5 — Fury 10— Movie 10:30 a.m. 3— Robin' Hood. 4— Former Alfalfa 5— Circut Boy tl.-OO a.m. 3— Matlncc 4— Bill Hickok S— True Storv 1— Mighty Moult 11:30 <t.m. 4— Sky King 9 — Detective Diary 1— Fury /2:00 p.m. 4 — Lone Ranger 8— Star Showcase 1 — True Story 12:30 p.m. 1— Industry S, (—Hobby Showcase 10— Matinee '1:00 p.m. 1, 4, 1— Major league .Hockey ;-••... 1:30 p.m. 5— Talk Back 5-— Theetcr 2:00 p.m. 5 — College Basketball 3:00 p.m. 6— Matinee 3:15 P.m, 3— film Program 3:20 p.m. 3, 4, 10— Bio 10 Basket* ball (MIch-OMo) S— Jubilee 4:00 p.m. S— Women'! Bowling 4:30 p.m. 5— Hl-fire Time *— Uricle Al y.-oo p.m. 6— All Star Golf « ,3/1 *. --. j.yU p.m. 3, 8 — Lone Ranger 4, 10 — Champ Bowling 5— Annie Oakley 6:00 p.m. 3 — O'Henry Playhoui* 4— News 6— Superman S— Lawrence Welk 6:15 p.m. 4— Sports 6:30 p.m. 3, 4 — Perry Mason •—Dick Clark Show S. 10 — Ptople Are fumy 7:00 p.m. S, 10 — Perry Comb (C) 6— Jubilee. USA 8 — Lorctt* Young 7:30 t.m. 1, 4, »— Wdntcd ' 8.-00 i>.m. 3— U. S. Monhol X— Oh Susanna S, tO^Steve .Canyon 6— Lawrence Wolk S— Gale Sf6im 8:30 p.m, 3, 4, 8— Have Gun WM Trayle S. 10—Clmaron City ' '9:00 ,p.m. 3, 4, t— Guhimoke 6— How t« Marry Mllio*. afre 9:30 p.ai. 3— Stale Trooper* 4— Death Volley Oayt 5, 6— Mackenzie Raider* S — Peter Gunn > 10—p's Man 10:00 p.m. 1, 4, S. C, I, 10— Newe, Weather. Sporti 10:15 p.m. 3— Night Cop 1— Bob Cummlnoi tO:20 p.m. 10— Movie 70:30 p.m. 3— Night Cap 4— Theater 5 — Decoy ' (—Hour of Shows 20:45 p.m. 1— Playhouse 1 I i/IA ' Jw 11:00 p.m. J— Boston Blackle 11:30 p.m. • 5— Leigh Ployi Switches Channels on Jan. 12 Followers of "Shirley . Temple's , Storybook" will be shifting their dials Jan. 12 as the program moves over to Channel 6. Anne Helm will star as the . princess in "The Sleeping Beauty » wherein the most famous kiss in fairy tale history take* place. By the time she was 15, Anne could have been the "subject for another young dreamer's scrapbook. She signed with the Powers Model Agency when she was 14, and then spent one year knocking on doors. Once the doors opened, Anne became among the top-salaried teen - age New York models. , - Figure and Talent In addition to a pretty face and a stunning figure, Anne, a. brunette, had talent. She danced at New York's . Copacabana night Club, and toured with Bob Crosby, along with her modeling assignments and beauty contest conquests. She made her dramatic debut in 1955 on the "Phil Silvers Show." Since then, she's been on most of the nation's top TV shows and on the Broadway stage. She is 5 feet, 4 inches tall, weighs 110 pounds and has hazel eyes. "The Sleeping Beauty" was directed by Mitchell Leisen from a teleplay by Margaret Fitts. Alvin Cooperman produced for Screen Gems, Inc. Others Co-Star In the show Anne as the princess Is bewitched into a 100-year sleep by the Black Fairy (Judith Evelyn), The fairy casts the spell after the queen (Nancy Marchand) fails to invite her to the Christening of the princess. She decress that before the girlis grown, a spindle point will prick her finger, putting the princess to sleep. The spell is broken by a kiss from the great, great, great grandson of Aidan (Vernoii Gray) the gardener's son whose hand the princess has spurned before the spell was cast. Also featured are Alexander Scourby as the King; Olive Deering as Grimgerda, the villainess, and Pernell Roberts as Thorabore, Phillip Pine as Gall, and Robert Quarry as Perriscal, the three priitces. Starlet Following in Edie's Footsteps NEW YORK (« — Jacquelya McKeever, Broadway starlet, is following in the show footsteps ot another young, blonde stage-TV performer, Edie Adams. ... Both were born in Pennsylvania (Edie in Kingston, Jackey in Catasauqua); both studied at th« Juilliard School of Music, launched their careers in small night clubs. Edie wanted to be an operatic star, Jackey a concert pianist. Both won outstanding newcomer awards in their first' stagt shows. : Now Jackey, who debuted last year in ."Oh, Captiari!" is appearing in the TV production of "Wonderful Town" as the younger sister of Rosalind Russell. It's the role that brought. Edie her biff Broadway break. ON SHOW, TOO — Jimmy Wakely, Oklahoma, shows a definite affection for the Ozark style of melody as he rambles up the road of song, also on the Red Foley program. CUTEST CQWOIRl,— Young Brenda Lee, Ozark 11:55 Hews she return? for a Western welcome from Red Foley and the boys and girls of Jubilee, u. >. A., Jan. 10 (Channel 6). GET "HIP" To the Best TV SERVICE IN AUSTIN! *FA$T SERVICE * LOWEST PRICIS SET.FRfl Whila Wf Fix You™ PAPPAS TV Opposite Hormel't Moln Goto

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