The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 10, 1959 · Page 14
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 14

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(Minn.) HERALD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, The Austin Herflid television guioe includes programs tor the weeg o» TV stations KOLOi Ch. 3) Mason City; WCCO Ctf 4) Minneapolis; KSTP (Cti, 5) St, Pauls KMMt <Ch. 6) Austin: WKBT (Cb. 8) LaCrosse; and KROC (Ch. 10) Rochester. Some of Top Programs ,; ' ,_ _ .....' ^ • Network Television I Saturday, Jan 10 and Sunday, Jan. 1 1 (C) Meant Program <« in Color 6/00 p.m. 3— -0'Henry Plovhouse fr— Superman 1— *Lowren« Welk 6:15 p.m 4— Sport. 6/30 p.m, 3, 4— Perry Mason 6— Olek Clark Show 5, 10 — People Are Funny 7/00 p.m. t, 10— Perry Como (C) t— Jubilee U.S.A. 1— Lorctto Young 7:30 p.m. 1, 4. 8— Wanted 8:00 p.m. 3— U.S. Marshal 4 — Oh Susana 5, 10 — Steve Canyon •V — Lowrencf WelK 1 — Gale Storm 8/30 p.m. 3. 4, 8— Have Gun Will 5, 10— Cimaron City 9:00 p.m. I, 4, t — Gunsmok* C — How to Marry Millionaire 9:50 p.m. 3 — State Trooper 4— Death Vallev Oayi 5, 6— McKcniie Raiders t — Refer Gunn 10— DA's Man 10:00 p.m. t, 4, S, 6, 8, 10— Newt Weather Sports 10:15 p.m. 3— Night Cap •—Bob Cummlngs JO/20 p.m. 10 — Movie JO/30 p.m. 3— Night Cap 4— ' QtO' $__ Decoy 6- — Hour of Shows 10:45 p.m. S — Max's Playhouse 11:00 p.m. S— Boston Blackla 10:30 p.m. t— Leigh Plavt SUNDAY, JAN. 11 7/30 a.m. S — Christophers 5/00 a.m. 4 — Sacreo Heart 5— Bible Story 5 * 1 *» ft m • J. J iJ.ifft 4— As A Man Thinketh 8:30 a.m. 3 — Thru Porthole S — American Adventure '8:t5 a.m. 3, 4 — Thru Portholo 9/00 a.m> 3— lamp Unto My test 4— Business . S— Quli a Catholic 9:30 *.m. J— Look Up and Uv» 4— Cisco Kid S— Big Picture 10:00 a.m. J— Eye an New Yark 4— Rama? al Jungle 5— Star Theater 10 — Double Feature 10:30 a.m. 3 — Camera 3 4 — Hopolong Cassldy 77/00 a.m. ] R_Thie It 1 if a i w— • 1 nlS IS LIT6 5— Boots & Saddles 6— Am. Rel. Town Hall 11:15 a.m. 4— Siegfried 11:30 a.m. 3 — Matinee 6— John Hopkins File S— Christophers 72/00 p.m. 4 — Sports, Weather 5 — Star Show Case 6— Bishop Pike S— Rel. Town Hall 12:25 p.m. S — Unexpected J2/30 p.m. 4— News 6 — Man to Man 10 — Oral Roberts 12:45 p.m. 4 — Bowlcrama S — Pro Basketball 8 — Thru Porthole 7/00 p.m. 3 — Champ Bowling 4— Mr. Wizard 6 — College News Conference 8— Film 10 — Industry 7/75 p.m. 10— Christian Science 7/30 p.m. 6 — This li Life 8, 10— Pro Basketball 2:00 p.m. 3 — Meet the Senators 4 — Command Performance 6 — Gospel in Art 2:15 p.m. 6— What's Your Trouble 2/30 p.m. 6 — Oral Roberts 3 .ftl\ ft m . \J\J f/.Tff. 3 — Face Nation 5, 10— Pro Bowl Football 6 — Open Hearing 3/30 p.ra. 3 — Behind News 6 — Roller Derby 8 — Wagon Train 3:45 p.m. 4— News Review . 4:00 p.m. ; . 3—TBA 4— G.E. College Bowl 4:30 p.m, 3, 4. t— Amenta Htur ' 6— Bowling ' 5/00 p.m. 3— Command Performance 4— Small World 6— Jae Matt Family Hour 8— December Iride 5:15 p.m. fr-Poul Winchell '5/30 p.m 3, 4. 8— 20th Century 5— News 6— Variety Time 10 — Big Picture 6/00 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Lassie 5— Saber of London 6— Wild Bill Hickok 10— This Is Life 6/30 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Jack Benny 5— Bregman Show 6— Maverick 10— Music Shop (C) 7/00 p.m. 3, 4, S— Ed Sullivan 5, 10— Steve Allen (C) 7/30 p.m. 6— Lawman 8/00 p.m. 3, 4. 8 — G. E. Theater 5, 10— Dinah Shore (C) 6 — Colt 45 8/30 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Alfred Hitchcock 6— Meet McGraw 9/00 p.m. 3, 4. 8— Keep Talking 5— Loretta foung Show 6— Mackenzie Raider) 10— Silunt Service 9/30 p.m. 3—26 Men 4— What's My Line 5— Whulybirds 6 — Uncommon Valor 8 — Art Theater 10— Behind Closed Doors 70/00 p.m. 3, 4, S. 6, 8, 10— News Weather. Sports 70/75 p.m. 3 — Viewer's Digest S— Man Who Was There 6 — News 8— N.Y. Confidential 10— Movie 70/25 p.m. < — Sports 70/30 p.m. 4 — All-Stai Bawling 5— TBA 6 — Hour of Shows 70/45 p.m. t — Zone Grey 77/00 p.m. S— Theater 77/75 p.m. 8— Silent Service . . 77/30 p.m. 5 — Command Performance 6:30 (Cy. 6) — LaVern .Baker, Bobby Darin, Morton bowixiy Jr. and Annette Punicello with Dick Clark. 7 (Ch, 10) ,— Jane Wytnan, • Rosemary Clooney, Kingsbn Trio "and others with Perry Comoj (Ch. IN CRYSTAL BALL Private Eye Series to Pass Westerns? By CHARLES MERGER NEW YORK (AP) — Nobody asked me to look into a crystal ball, but I did and I see that in television in 1959: Westerns will pass their peak, though scarcely anyone will admit it, and private eye series will nudge them for first place. An autopsy of the deceased quiz shows will be resumed now that the New York newspaper strike has ended and the morticians are certain their task will be publicized. Fewer Como Shows As it does every year, NBC will deny that Perry Como is retiring and has bought a farm in Kentucky or Tennessee — where these queries always originate. Though not retiring, Como will do fewer shows. Eddie Fisher will abandon his regular TV program (which NBC also will deny.) Comedians will come and comedians go, but Jack Benny will be right there on CBS with the routines that somehow grow funnier as they — and you ~ grow older. New Clarke Format Dick Clarke will find a new format for a night-time show that will make him as popular with oldsters as with youngsters. A new weekly 90-minute dramatic show will seek to challenge the superlative job that "Playhouse 90" has been doing. "Du Pont Show of the Month" will finally present an original drama. Jackie Gleason will make a Clooney Jane Wyman 6) Hillbilly singers Jim Reeves and Jimmy Wakely with Red Foley on Jubilee U.SJV. 8 (Ch. 10) — Black Saddle, series on lawyer in western setting, debuts. SUNDAY MORNING 11:30 (Ch. 6) — Second of six part series on John Hopkins on theme of men who changed the world. This week features effect of Darwin's "Origin of Species" studied. SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12 (Ch. 6) — Soil Conservationist Dr. Walter C. Lowdermilk with Bishop Pike. 1 (Ch. 6) — Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-, Mont.) guest on College News Conference. movie in which he does not play a comedian. More ABC Specials ABC will present more big special programs. Jack Paar will continue to complain bitterly about his working hours, but he'll stay right where he is throughout the year. The time of the Garry Moore Show will be changed to a better hour. After Steve Allen moves his show to Hollywood he'll be homesick for New York. On the daytime serial "Love of Life" Harlowe and Ellen Scott actually will finally resolve their endlessly agonizing dilemma over Vanessa Raven (so help me). Dinah Shore will do more television than she wants to do by popular demand. Sid Caesar will do less television than he wants to do — but more than he did in '58. 'West Side Story' Running in London NE WYORK tfl — An Ail-American company of young performers is doing the London production of "West Side Story," the Leonard Bernstein musical hit. Actors' unions on both sides of the Atlantic usually allow only a certain quota of visiting players when a show is imported, but waive the rule when a work is oi particularly specialized format. West End, actors it was decided, could hardly enact New York teenagers in the modern version of the Romeo-Juliet story. Mansfield McCarthy 2 (Ch. 3) — One hour show introducing new men in U. S. Senate including Eugene McCarthy, Edmund Muskie, Kenneth B. Keating, Hugh Scott and Bob Bartlett and Ernest Gruening, Alaska's first U. S. Senators. 3:30 (Ch. 3) — Debut of public affairs show, Behind the News, conducted by Howard K; Smith. Major news events analyzed through interviews and visual aids. 5:30 (Ch. 3) — Documentary of life e.',«-rd super-carrier USS Forrestal on 20th Century. SUNDAY EVENING leader Buddy Bregman spinning records and Interviewing guests. 7 (Ch. 3) — Jason Robards Jr., Teresa Brewer, Dody Goodman, Alan King and others with Ed Sullivan; (Ch. 10) Diana Dors, Perez Prado, the Three Stooges and regulars with Steve Allen. 8 (Ch. 10)^— Dick Shawn and Red Norvo with Dinah Shore; Stanwyck Benny 6:30 (Ch. 3) — Jack Benny finally presents long delayed parody of rn.iv... ' vjasliji..!.'' v.uii i.«r«-ra Stanwyck, Bob Crosby and Rochester; (Ch. 10) — Debut of Dick Clark type show on NBC with band- Hold Your Next Meeting NELSON'S HOSPITALITY ROOM • SALES MEETINGS • PRIVATE PARTIES • RECEPTIONS • GATHERINGS OF All. KINDS Available for Mornings, Noon, Afternoon Dinner and Evening Affairs. Prices tailored to your needs FOI* INFORMATION and RESERVATIONS CALL HE 7-2393 or HE 3-3414 Ask for Mrs. Shaw or Mr. Nelson Fitzgerald and Carol Hflney wltk regular Garry teoore crew. WEDNESDAY EVENING ' 8 (Ch. 16) — Mahalia Jackson with Milton Berle. 9 (Ch. 3) — Vlveca Lindfors and Torin Thatcher in "Dangerous Interlude" on Steel Hour. Astaire Dors (Ch. 3) Fred Astaire in "Man on a Bicycle";on GE Theater. 8:30 (Ch. 3) — Robert Alda stars in "The Morning After" on.Hitch- cock. 10:15 (Ch. 10)—"The Sea Wolf,' 1 1941 film version of the Jack London tale on late movie with John Garfield and Edward G. Robinson. MONDAY EVENING 6:30 (Ch. 6) — Shu-ley Temple Storybook debuts on ABC with version of "The Sleeping Beauty." Tebaldi Bclafontc 7:30 (Ch. 10) — Bell Telephone Hour entitled "Adventures in Music" with Harry Belafonte, Maurice Evans, Baird Marionettes, Renata Tebaldi 'and New York , City Ballet. • 8 (Ch. 3) — Tony Bennett visits with Danny Thomas. 8:30 (Ch. 10) — Jack Carson in "High Class Type of Mongrel" on Alcoa Theater,, TUESDAY EVENING j f (Ch. 10) — 'Myrna Loy, Cesar, Romero' arid- The Platters with George Gobel. Myrna Loy Rodgcrs 8 (Ch. 3) — Rodgers and Hammerstein visit with Arthur Godfrey. 8:30 (Ch. 3) — Edward Everett Horton with Red Skelton. 9 (Ch. 3) — Andy Griffith, Ella Rogers THURSDAY EVENING 8 (Ch. 6) — Ginger Rogers with Pat Boone. 8:30 (Ch. 3)— Edmond O'Brien stars In "The Blue Men" on Playhouse; (C... 10) Kate Smith with Ernie Ford. FRIDAY EVENING 8 (Ch. 10) —"Film of Bob Hope troiipe tour of U. S military bases overseas. With Hedda Hopper, Jer. .'i, M611y Bee and Gina Lollobrigida. 9:30 (Cb. 3) — Murrow visits Huntington Hartford,"grocery chain heir and theatrical producer, and Meyer Berger, society orchestra leader. TV Calendar of Sports SUNDAY, JAN. 11 12:45 p.m. — 5 —Pro Basketball 1:00 p.m. — 3 — Champ Bowling 1:30 p.m. — 8, 10 — Pro Basketball 3:00 p.m. — 5, 10 — Pro Bowl Football WEDNESDAY, JAN. 14 9:00 p.m. 6, 8—Fights. FRIDAY, JAN. 16 9:00 p.m. 5, 10—Cavalcade oi Sports . ,. , •" SATURDAY, JAN. 17 • ;; / 2:00 p.m. 5—College Basketball ^ 3^0 p.m. 3, 4, io—Big lOlJasket- :'. |? 4, ball (Minn.-Purdue); 4:00 p.m. 5—Women's Bowling • 5:00 p.m. 6 — All Star ;Gcdf 5;30 p.m. 4, 10—Champ 'Bowling Making Brando Film Hits Odd Obstacles Filming a western beside the sea, Marlon Brando had a day as oddly unpredictable as himself. For the first time in history, the filming of a western movie was interrupted by: 1. A seagull screaming over a gunman's dialog. 2. A big passenger ship sailing by, en route to San Diego. 3. A cowboy tripping over a lost golf ball — perhaps Bing Crosby's from one of the four adjacent Carmel golf courses. GEORGE HOWES Austin Manager NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION Have you made one yet? Then how about a suggestion. Resolve now to rid yourself of that collection of Holiday bills and other obligations with an 1C PLAN loan. You can borrow from $300 to $3,000 and make only one smaller repayment each month. This is one resolution you'll appreciate all year long. Phone HE 3-2314 201 N. Main Austin INDUSTRIAL CREDIT COMPANY

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