The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 10, 1959 · Page 20
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 20

Publication:
Location:
Austin, Minnesota
Issue Date:
Saturday, January 10, 1959
Page:
Page 20
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Network Radio KAUS (Mutual) ,. KAUS MORNING «M« AFTtRNOON PROGRAMS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY JAN, 12-16 5:31—Sunrise Serenade *:li New* «:30 Bill atwa •At Sporu «:« sunrUe Stretud* 8:65 Weather ( tun New* 7:05 Radio Clock • T:90 Breakfast Ilia* Hev* 1;40 BID Stem 1:46 (Udlo Clock •:00 We*ther*eope : 1:06 Atutin Bacilo Clock 1:30 Nation*,! Newt • :tt LIOCM Newi • :4* Auitin Radio Cloot ' 0:00 Quiz The Mm. • :OS Radio Oloek t:30 N«w* UBS •:U Atutin 3Adlo Otacft 10 JS Local Kftwa i»:ao weatber M:2S Bonnei Uterketb 10:30 New* MB8 ^ _ 1»;3!> Atutm OaOlo Ctoe* 11:00 Newt Local 11.-05 Etaxtlo Oloek il:» Time to Trad* UH5 Mime (1:H Weathonwop* 11:00 Cearta (Potter I JUS Uld Day «»w» 13:30 Gabriel Ue»tt*f UiSS aumte 13:40 Melody Tim* 2:00 total Mews J:05 aleioory Time 3:30 New* 1:3S Melody Tim* 3:00 Local New* 3:03 Jack Warner SVxrw 3;30 Newi MBS 3:35 Werner Show 4:00 Local News 4 :OS Warner Show 4:30 New* MBS 4 AS Warner Show 5:00 Local News 8:05 Warner show 5:30 News MBS. 5:35 Local News 1:4* Good New* Network Radio KAUS (Mutual) IVININC PROGRAMS MONDAY 4:00 Vtrletj Muele «:30 Gab Heatt«r 1:33 Varlet; Muiic 7:00 LoceJ New* TK>5 World Tods? 7:30 Bill Stem TJJ Might Watob »:00 Local Hew» NIGHT (JAN. 12) • :0» NlKht Watcb 8:30 MBS News «:3S Ctlgtit Watch 9 KM) Local News 9:03 Night Watch t:M New* 9:35 Local New* 9:49 Night Watch 10:30 News 10:35 Night Watch 11:00 Scoreboard 11:OS NlRht Watcb 11:55 Local Now» TUESDAY NIGHT (JAN. 13) 1:00 Variety Music i Crab Hcatter > Variety Music 8:30 1:35 7:00 Local New* 7 AS World Today 7:30 BUI Storn 1:3S Night Watoh 8:00 Pacelll at Owntonn* 9:45 Night Watch 10 JO News 10:35 Night Watch 11:00 Scoreboard 11*5 Night Watch U:S5 New* WEDNESDAY NIGHT (JAN. 14) •:00 «:30 «:35 7:05 7!30 .7=35 8:00 9:00 8:05 Variety Mualo Gab Heatter Variety Muale World Today News Night Watcb News New* Night Watch 8:30 News 8:35 Night Watch 9:05 Night Watch 9:30 -New* 9:35 Local Newa 9:45 Night Watcb 10:30 News 10:30 Night Watch 11:00 New* THURSDARY NIGHT (JAN, 15) •m 7:05 7:30 8.00 8:05 1:30 • :35 • KK) 0:30 • :35 7:00 7, -05 7:30 7:35 Variety Music Qat> Heattar ' Variety Music 'Local New* World Today Bill Stern Local News Night Watcb MBS New* Night Watob Variety Mu»lo Gab Heatter Variety Muale Local New* Night Watcfc BUI Stern Night Watch 0:00 Lx>ca< Newt 9:05 Night; \Vatoh .... ^9:30 Newai ;': • .. ':•• •',: 9:35 Local, New» '9:45 Night Watch '.-'-. •''<"'• 10:35 News. 10:35 Night Watoh 11:00 Scoreboard ' . H «5 Night Watch 11:35 Local News FRIDAY NIGHT (JAN. 16) 7:45 Basketball: Austin. Owatonna 10:00 Night Watch 10:35 News 10:35 Night Watch 11:00 Scoreboard 11:05 Night Watcft 11:55 Local New* !{^iiy »» t»i>v»* »» >*"* *-w»^»» »•.** 11 v SATURDAY ArTIRNOON and EVENING (JAN. SUNDAY, JAN. 11 7:30 Music 7:35 Local Newt 1:40 Weather 7:4* Obixireol CUap«l 1:00 St. John'* CAi »:00 Qouo New* BOUT 9:30 Newa 9:35 Locul New* 9:46 Memory Lftfl* 10:00 Praii K and B»ru»»i 10:11 a<> ae*i* 10:30 News 10:35 Local New* 10:40 We*ther 10:45 St. OJal Cliurt& U-.bi Aefttticracope 12:00 News CommeuUij 13:15 Local News 12:25 Mother M W**k 12:30 Lutheran H«ur 1:<W Back to Cod 2:00 News 2:05 Anthony 3:30 News 2:35 Anthony 1:00 Newt 3:06 •00 New?. 3:05 Anthony 3:30 News 3:35 Anthony 4:00 News 4:05 Anthony 4:30 News 4:35 Anthony 5:00 Walter Wine-hell 5:15 Anthony 5:30 Newt - MBS 5:45 Anthony fi:00 Variety Muila 8:JO New* 635 Variety Mu|i« 7:00 Local News 7:05 B1U Stern 7:30 Night Watcb 7:35 Newa 8:00 Local New* 8:05 Night Watcb 8:35 Night Watch 9:00 Local New* 9:05 Night Watcb 9:30 MB3 New* 0:35 Local New* 9:45 Night Watch 10:30 Newe 10:35 Local New* 11 KM) Scoreboard 11:03 Night Watch Neva ; . , , *&?*!#'..* V» , v f iri^iwa Julio Meade's Sales Pitches Keep Her Busy There's tnore' to «j delivering 'a sales pltcV&tt TlT'than- 'delivering a sales pitch Ort^Fv". When these commercial gals sign" up, they frequently find they're being used as all sorts of things, besides appearing on cam,; era. That was one reason why Polly Bergen quit as the Pepsi* Cola girl} she found she had no time fbr anything' else. Julia Meade is currently one of the busiest of the breed. And, even though it may only take her eight minutes a week to deliver the commercials, she's so busy with other things for the sponsor that, in '58, she was -only able to spend about 14 consecutive days at home. She traveled more than 100,000 miles, visiting sale convention's and various exhibitions. She unveiled new products, posed with all kinds of executives, introduced speakers at dinners and generally made herself useful. She also made about $150,000 in the process, which helped defray wear and tear. But she also learned to pooh- pooh anybody who said— as they frequently do — "My, what an easy life you have." CHECKS BLACK TV DUDS K? < 1 Network Television 1 -. '(CrMsoiji Preirom^'InrjSVro? ., "'^f^' " . ' . fi20 a.m. 5— Willie Wonderful " 7:30 a.m. 4— Axel ft Dog . 8/00 a.m, S— W«»t«rn trolU 8/30 a.m.- 3, 4— Copt. Kongaret "* 9/00 a.m. S— Howdy Daody. "9/30 a.m. 3, 4— Mighty Mous* 5— Ruff & fUddy 10/00 a.m. 3, 4— Heckle ft deckle S—-Fury 10-— Movie 10)30 a.-m. 3— Robin Hood 4— Farmer Alfalfa ' • 5— Circus Boy ' 11:00 &m, 3 — Gene Autry 4— BUI Hickek S— True Story 1— Mighty Mouse /I /30 a.m. 4— Sky King 5— Detective ' Olary I—Fury 3— Matinee 4— Lone Ranger 5 — Star Showcase I — True -Story •12:30 P-m. S, t— Hobby Showcow 10— Matinee 7:00 p.m. 3, 4, 1— Major Lcogu* Hockey 5 — Theater 1/30 ' J 00*''' ' • 5-Talk Baefer ;f;4 ; ',. , S— Colas'* BojkctlJoil 6— Industry 3/00 p.m. 6— Matinee S tl C J. ^* ^ ' 3ilj PIW-, ~ • >3— Fl!m* Program r f 3, 4, 10— Bla -io' Basket* ball^(M'iitit.-Purdue)r S— Jubilee . 1 4:00 -p.m. '. 5 — Women's Bowling 4:30 p.m. S— Hi-Fivo Time ' t— Uncle Al • ';7 '5/00 p.tth 6— All Star Golf 3, 8— Lono Ranger 4," tO — Champ Bowling S-rAnnte Oakley {j/00 p.tn. 3— O'Henry Playhouse 4 — News 5— News 6— Superman I— Lawrence Welk 6:15 p.m. 4— Sports 6/30 p.m. 3, 4— Perry Mason t— Dick ClorK Show f, 10 — People Are Funny 7/00 PM. t, 10 — Perry Cbmo (C) *— Jubilee, USA »— Lorctto Voting: *~ r ~J?f3vp't>tt '' 3, 4. 8-^-Wanted '/• •• I . '. •' S.-OO /».**, .. 3— U. S. Marshal- . J' . 4— Oh Susanna ' 5, 10— Black Saddle 6— Lawrence Welk 1— Gole Stc-trtt • 8/30 ^p.m, 3, 4,, 8— Hovt Gu»",Will „, • Tfavfe , - • ,, S, 10— Clmdfon City * 9/00 'p.m-. 6— Sammy Kayi's' Music , 9/30 P-1»< 3— Slite Troopers 4— Death Valley Dayt 6— How to Marry Millionaire 1— TBA . 10— OA's Man 10/00 P.M. 3, 4. 5, t, », 10— KIWI, VViather iports 10:15 p.m, 3— Night Cap 8— Bob Cummlngs , 10:20 p.m. 10— Movie ' % 10/30 p.m. 3— Night Cap 4— .Thiater 6— Hour of Shows 10/45 put 1 — Playhouse 11:00 p.tn 5— Boston Blackle; 11/30 p.m. 5— Leigh Ploys Paladin Hits Broadway Trail; Hell Play Abraham Lincoln By ERSKINE JOHNSON HOLLWOOD — Have Script •— Will Travel. That fast-drawing Paladin fellow is checking his black TV duds, .his guns and his mustache and traveling to a Broadway stage to play Abraham Lincoln. TV western star Richard Boone isn't a bit worried, though, about invading the big city. Big in Stature Bbone /: a big man in'stature, and- in talent, will play Lincoln 'bppo- •site Martin Gable's Stephan A. 12:00 New* 12;0i Larson Sbov 12:15 News 12:30 Larson Show 1 :30 News 1 ;35 Larson 2 :00 News 2 *05 La nso i\ 2:30 News 2:33 Larson 3:00 Newi 3 AS Larson 3:45 Larson 4 XK) New* t:0i Larson 3hon 4 :30 New* 4:35 Larson 3bow 5:00 Local Newa 5:05 Laraon Show 5:30 News — MBS 5:35 Local New* 5:45 Larson. Show 6:00 MuBlo 7:00 Local New* 7:05 Night Watob 7:45 Paoelll . Loyohi 9:00 Ncwa 9:05 Night Watch 9:30 News 9:45 Nlgnv Watch 10:30 New* 10:35 Nlgbt Watob U :50 Local New* I Network Radio I KAUS (Mutual) Douglas, with Nancy Kelly as Mrs. Douglas, in Norman Corwin's "The Rivalry," based on the famed Lincoln-Douglas 'debates. The play opens next mouth on Lincoln's birthday. As a dedicated actor-graduate of New York's acting labs, Boone isn't worried about his Broadway invasion because he figures he won't exactly be "a stranger in town." No Chip on Shoulder Besides, he says, "I don't really believe that New York has a chip on its shoulder for all actors from Hollywood." But he may find, he suspects, some "lively off-stage debates with would-be intellectuals who seem (o have discovered slam- ( niing westerns as some kind of a sport." He argues: "It's become almost ridiculous, in fact. I'll admit some westerns on TV are rather bad but I'll defend our scripts and our writing to anyone. The big complaint about TV westerns seems to be about too much, violence. I can answer that by pointing to all the violence on the Broadway stage this season which NO ONE complained about." Not His Idea Playing. ^Lincoln wasn't even_. Boone's idea. It was Broadway's, Broadway producer Cheryl Graw- •' ford paged Boone for the Corwiiij; play, in which Boone and Gable, will direct their debating to'the • theater's audience while at other times playing conventional stage' scenes. "I'm really'excited," Boone told me, "because the play is about two men in the heat of a real emotional personal war and I also feel it is a play worth doing. I can't say I've always wanted to play Lincoln, but I admire him. He was an extraordinary character. Usually when you play a character you can find someone you know who is similar. But I can't say that about Lincoln. It's a nice change of pace for me." Plans No Makeup No, Boone plans no make-up to look like Abe. "This seamed face and prominent nose of mine," he grinned, "should be enough. I'm not even going to attempt standing like Lincoln. Some actors have and it seems they are worried more about standing like Lincoln than playing Lincoln." With 78 "Have Gun" shows on film, Booue will be out of the saddle until next September's filming. He's happy about playing a fellow "not married to a horse" and points out that as Paladin "we can travel anywhere in the world." Danny Thomas Gets Honor Indian Name '.' - ' Danny Thomas, who gave up Christmas with his own family to raise money in Oklahoma and Kansas., for his St. Jude Hospital for children project, was named an honorajy chief by- the Kiowa tribe, f; . ' , ! He tyas given the Indian name of "Pd Do San Da Con,-" which meansV'Father of Sick Children." St. Jude Hospital,, now under construction at Memphis, Tenn., will treat and provide research in leukemia and other catastrophic diseases of children. Needy youngsters of all races and creeds will be admitted free. Thomas' benefits at Oklahoma City, Okla., and Wichita, Kan., netted his hospital fund more than $55,000. NOTES ON NELSONS Rick Nelson has received h i s fifth gold record in less than two years for "Lonesome Town" b-w "I've Got a Feeling." The coveted gilded platters, each representing sale of at least one million copies of a single record, currently are on display in Hollywood's famous Brown Derby restaurant. 1 ». .' * fr- 1 S * •-• < THE WOOLEN SHOPPE 509 N. Main - Fox Hotel BIdg. - HE 7-1103 , Featuring "Cbippewa Woolens THIS WEEKS SPECIAL! JAC-SHIRTS $10.95 Don't Monkey Around With Your TV Set! PAPPAS GIVES if Fast Service if Lowest Prices if "loaner"Set Free PAPPAS TV Opposite Hormel'« Main Gate

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free