The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 17, 1959 · Page 14
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 14

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t-AUSTIN (Minn.) HMAlD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1959 | Network Television 1 Saturday, Jon; 17 and Sunday, Jan. 18 (C) Means Program h In Color 6:00 p.m. S-O'Henry Playhouse 4, S— H«w« *— Superman 8— -Lawrence Wcfk 6:15 p.m 4-Saortt, 6:30 p.m. It 4 — Perry Moion •— Dick Clark Shew S, 10— People Are Funny 7.-00 p.m. », IB— Peru Como (C) »- Jubilee U.S.A. •— Loretla Young 7:30 p.m. I, 4, I— Wanted 8/00 />.»;. 3— U.S. Morshal 4 — Oh Susana >, 10 — Block Saddle t— towrenci Wclk S— Gale Storm 8:30 p m. 3, 4, S— Have Gun Will Travel 5, 10 — Cimaron City 9/00 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Gunsmoke tr— How to Marry Millionaire 9/30 p.m. 3 — Stole Trooper 4 — Death Vallev Dayi *— How to Marry Millionaire 1 — Peter Gunn 10— OA's Man 70/00 p.m. 3, 4, 5, 6, 1, 10— News Weather Sporti 10:15 p.m. 3 — Night Cap 1 — Bob Cummings 10:20 p.m. |M tl^..i ll>— MOVIQ 10:30 p.m. 3 — Night Cap 4- 'i:atei 5 — Decoy 1 — Hour of Shows 10:45 p.m. 1 — Max's Playhouse 11:00 p.m. S — Boston Blockie 70/30 p.m. S— Leigh Plavs SUNDAY, JAN. IS 7/30 a.m. t — Christophers ,8:00 a.m. 1 — Sacred Heart 1— Bible Story 8: IS a.m. *— As A Man Thinkcth 8/30 a.m. 1 — Thru Porthole S— Frontiers of Faith fl/45 a.m. 1. 4— Thru Porthole 9/00 a.m. J— lamp Unfa My Feet 4— Business 5— Quit a Catholic 9:30 a.m. 1— look Up and Uvt 4— Cisco Kid S— Big Picture 70/00 a.m. 3— Eye en New York 4— Ramar of Jungle 5 — Star Theater 10— Double Feature 70:30 a.m. 3 — Camera 3 4 — Hopalong Cassldy 77:00 a.m. 3, 8— This Is Life 5— Boots & Saddles *— Am. Rcl. Town Hall 77:7.5 a.m. 4— Siegfried 77/30 a.m. 3— Matinee 6— John Hopkins File a — Christophers 72/00 p.m. 4 — Sports, Weather 5 — Leigh at Organ 6— Bishop Pike •— Rcl. Town Hall 72:30 p.m. 4— News 5 — Unexpected 6— Man to Man 10— Oral Roberts 12.-&5 p.m. 4 — Bowlerama 6 — Christian Science f> 8— Thru Porthole 7:00 p.m. 3— Champ Bowling 5— Mr. Wizard 6 — Joe Matt Family Hour S— Film 10 — Industry 7/75 p.m. 6— TEA 10 — Christian Science 1:30 p.m. 6 — This Is Life S, 8, 10— Pro Basketball (St. Louis - Boston) 2/00 p.m. 3— Last Word 4 — Command Performance 6 — Gospel in Art 2:15 p.m. fr— What's Your Trouble 2/30 p.m. t— Oral Roberts 3/00 p.m. 3 — Face Notion 6 — Variety Time 3/30 p.m. 3 — Behird News 8 — Wagon Train 10— This is Life 3/45 p.m. 4 — News Review 4.-00 p.m. 3— O'Henry Playhouse 4-G.E. College Bowl 5* 10— Ownlbut 4:30 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Amateur Hear *— Blng Crosby Golf 5.-00 p.m. S— Command Perforate*** 4— Small World 5— Meet Prest 8 — December Bride 5:30 p.m 1, 4. S— 20th Century S— News 6:00 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Lassie 5, 10— Ten Little Indians •—Wild Bill Hickok 6:30 p.m. 3, 4, 8 — Bachelor Father 6— Maverick 7:00 p.m. 3, 4, S— Ed Sullivan S, 10— Steve Allen (C) 7:30 p.m. 4— Lawman S/00 p.m. 3, 4, 8— G. E. Theater 5, 10— Dinah Shore (C) 6— Colt 45 S:30 p.m. 3, 4, 8— Alfred Hitchcock 6— Meet McGraw 9:00 p.m. 3, 4, S— Keep Talking S — Loretta Young Show 6 — Mackenzie Raiders 10— Silnnt Service 9 .3/1 '.., M .ou p.m 3—26 Men 4— What's My Line 5— WhirlyMrds 6— Uncommon Valor 8— Art Theater 10 — Behind Closed Doors 70:00 p.m. Weather. Sports 70/75 p.m. 3— Viewer's Digest 5— Man Who Was There 6— News 8— N.Y. Confidential 10— Movie 70:2.5 p.m. 6 — Sports 70:30 p.m. «— All-Star Bowling 5— DA's Man i — Hour of Shows 70:45 p.m. 8— Zane Grey 7J.-00 p.m. 5— Theater 77:75 p.m. 8— Silent Service 77-30 p.m. 5 — Command Performance ,<< »» *-H ,; ,;,^i HOME MOVIE RENTAL LIBRARY CASTLE Now you can rent a host of brand new releases...as well as all-time favorites... at the lowest rates. Choose from a wide variety of fine film fun for all ages... • CARTOONS • COMEDIES • WESTERNS • ADVENTURES • SPORTS • CLASSICS • TRAVEL USTIN RUG 501 N. St. Paul St. (at Water St.) Ph. HE 3-2105 OPEN TILL 10 P.M 7 DAYS A WEEK Some of Top Programs TONIGHT «!30 (Ch. 6) — Conway twltty and Fabian, Dion and the Bel- monts, Johnny and the Blockbusters and the flatters with Dick Clark. 7 (Ch. 10) — Nat King Cole, the McGUIRE SISTERS McGuire Sisters, Dick Van Dyke and others with Como. SUNDAY MORNING 10 (Ch. 3) — National Motor Boat Show from New York City Coliseum on Eye on New York. 11 (Ch. 6) — "Should Marriage Be Absolute" topic on Religious Town Hall. 11:30 (Ch. 6) — Copernicus featured on this week's "Men Who Changed the World" series on Johns Hopkins File. SUNDAY AFTERNOON 2 (Ch. 3) — Last Word, show on proper use of American English, returns with Dr. Bergen Evans as moderator, permanent pan- MACLEISH elist John Mason Brown and guests Mary McCarthy and Librarian of Congress Archibald MacLeish. 2:30 (Ch. 3) — "Censorship" topic on new show, World of Ideas with Dr. Charles Frankel, chairman of the Columbia University philosophy department, moderator. 3 (Ch. 6) — Film of installation of Bishop Arthur C. Lbhtsn- berger as 21st presiding bishop of Gossip Column Hollywood and Grapevine: "Solomon and Sheba" are hanging icicles on the rafters in sunny Madrid. Gina Lollobrigida and Yul Brynner, who replaced the late Ty Power in the film, are having a big feud. Dialog between them is confined to the script. . .Donald O'Connor's surprise dancing partner for his new Las Vegas act at the Sahara Hotel was a blonde, three-foot midget! . . . Bing Crosby's grinning wordage about the possibility of working with wife Cathy in a movie. "I'd look too much like her father." JERRY LEWIS will do a Capt. Queeg with a pair of steel marbles for an inquisition sequence in "Don't Give Up the Ship." He'll have the marbles, and you, rolling on the floor. . .Promised for the Bermuda Dunes at Palm Springs: A ?4,500,000, six-story hotel with a revolving skyroom. For going around with all those celebrities, of course*. . .Alan Wilson is sure those rebels marched into Havana with victory signs reading: "In Like Flynn." Or could that be the title for a picture being planned about rebel leader Fidel Castro? BOB HOPE'S heart scare turned out to be an infection of the inner ear. . .Marlon Brando is telling pals he'll quit as an actor in a few years and direct only. No bets. . . .George Jessell's 50 years in show business will be celebrated Feb. 24 with a testimonial banquet. George's only regret: He can't be toastmaster. Pfotestaut Episcopal Church on Open Searing. John Secondari narrates'. 4 (Ch. 10) — S. J 4 Perelman'g "Malice in Wonderland" on Om- Agatha Wynn nibus. With Keenan Wynn and Julie Newmar. 5:30 (Ch. 3) — Last part of "The Delinquents" series on 20th Century. Celeste Damone SUNDAY EVENING 6 (Ch. 10) — Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians" with Nina Foch and Barry Jones. Was 1944 Broadway play and hit movie under title "And Then There Were None." 7 (Ch. 3) — Celeste Holm, Edith Piaf, Pat Suzuki, AntonieUa Whiteman Carson Stella and others with Ed Sullivan; (Ch. 10) Esther Williams, Vic Damone and Jennie Smith with Steve Allen. 8 (Ch. 3) — Tony Curtis stars in "The Stone" on GE Theater; (Ch. 10) Tony Martin, Audrey Meadows and Eddie Bracken with Dinah Shore. 8:30 (Ch. 3) — Wayne Morris in "A Personal Matter" on Hitchcock. MONDAY EVENING 8 CCh. 3) — Ernie Ford visits with Danny Thomas; (Ch. 6) "An Evening With Paul Whiteman" on Voice with Mindy Carson and Earl Wild. * 8:30 (Ch. 10) — Keenan Wynn in "Afternoon of the Beast" on Goodyear. 9 (Ch. 3)—Perfect solar eclipse seen on Lowell Thomas High Adventure; (Ch. 6) Julius LaRosa K, \X iB5 , sr<- x»£^ ***.,*, Lewis Julius and Shari Lewis with Patti Page. RAG RUGS BVENiNG 7 (Ch. 10) — George Gobel and Eddie Hodges witn Eddie Fisher. 8:30 (Ch. 3) — Janis Paige with Red Skelton; (Ch. 10) Steve Al. len guest on Bob Cummings Show. 9 (Ch. 3) — Tommy Sands and Eydie Gorme with Garry Moore; (Ch. 6) Debut Of Alcoa Presents, dramatization of mystic experiences, with Stdp Homeier. WEDNESDAY EVENING Nolan Ed Wynn 8:30 (Ch. 10) — Lloyd Nolan in "The Hunter Malloy Story" on Wagon Train. 8 (Ch. 10) — Ed Wynn and Frankie Avalon guest shots for Milton Berle. 9 (Ch. 3) — Story of uncanny bogus check artist on Armstrong Cirole Theater, with Larry Gates and Milton Selzer. THURSDAY EVENING 8 (Ch. 3) — Dick Powell i» "Welcome Home A Stranger" on Glsele Powell Zane Grey Theater; (Ch. 6) Gisele MacKenzie with Pat Boone. 8:30 (Ch. 3) — Art Carney stars in Rod Serling play "The Velvet Alley" on Playhouse 90; (Ch. 10) Kate Smith spends another show with Tennessee Ernie Ford. FRIDAY EVENING 7 (Ch. 3) — Dan Duryea and Marguerite Chapman in "Incident With an Executioner" on Rawhide (Western). & '•'" «* v ^ ' I PHIL SILVERS 8 (Ch. 3) — Special one hour Phil Silvers Show with Sgt. Bilko, Diana Dors and Sydney Chaplin. Musical comedy with special songs by Ronnie Graham. 9:30 (Ch. 3) — Tony Randall and wife Florence visited in their New York City apartment by Ed Murrow in Person to Person. As Only Pete Con Make Them Hand Loomed - Beautiful! We will use your prepared carpet rags or we can tear and sew your material for you. At Terrific Savings — Thrifty - Smart Pete's Rug Parlor Peter Stolzenberg - HE 3-3364 At 610 Medary

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