The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 17, 1959 · Page 20
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 20

Austin, Minnesota
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Saturday, January 17, 1959
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TT Network Radio KAUS (Mutual) KAUS MORNING «no AFTERNOON PROGRAMS MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY JAN. 19-23 S:S1-Sunrise Sercnad* • :1J Newt • •40 BUI Storn • :34 Sport* • :W Sunrue Ser*o«<l« 6:55 Weather 7*0 New» 1:04 Radio Clock f:JO Breftktust I'Un* Ntwi 7:40 BID Stern 1:44 B*dio Clock • :00 Wefcthcracop* 1:06 Atutln Radio Clock •:M National New* • :U u>cfu New* • :t> Austin Radio Clock • :00 Quiz' The Mr*. • .OS Radio Clock »:30 Mows MBS 9:31 Auntln ladlo Clock 10:00 Local Newa 10.*. nuroio Mark*K 10:30 New* MBS 10:35 (Tuesday) Bowl-a-Frlz« 10:3; nuatin riaaio Cluck 11:00 New* Local 11:05 EUdto Cloek 11:30 Tlma To Trad* 11:45 Muflle 11:55 Wefttherscop* 13:00 Cedrlc Foster 18:15 Mid D»7 Hewt 12:30 Gabriel tU*U*r 12 35 Market* 13:40 Melody Tim* 2:00 Local News 2:05 M?luaf flma 2:30 New* 2:35 Melody Tim* 3:00 Local Now* 3.03 Jack Warner Slioir 3:30 New* MBS 3:35 Warner Show 4:00 Uooal New* 4:05 Warner Show 4:30 Now* MB3 4:35 Warner Show 5:00 Local Newa 5:03 Warner Show 5:30 New* MDS. 9:33 Local News 5:45 Qood News Network Radio KAUS (Mutual) EVENING PROGRAMS MONDAY NIGHT (JAN. 19) «:00 Variety Ktuilc «:30 Gab Hcatter 4:35 S«ii. Humphrey 7:00 Local Ncw» 1:05 World TotlftT T:.10 Blil Storn US Night W*tch • ;00 Local News 8:0.1 Ninru Wntch 8:30 MBS New* 8:M NipttH Wntcb 9.-00 Local New* 9:05 Night Watch 9:30 New* 9:35 Local New* 0:45 Night Watch 10:30 Newa 10:35 Night Watch 11:00 Scoreboard 11:05 Night Watcb 11:55 Local 8:00 Variety Mtul* 6:30 Ottb Ilcattor • :3i Variety Mtulo 1:00 Local Now* IflJ World Tod*? 1:30 Bill Stern 7:35 NlKht Wfttch 8:05 News 8:35 Night, Watch TUESDAY NIGHT (JAN. 20) 0:00 News 9:05 Night Watch 9:30 News 9:45 Night Wttlcii 10:30 Newa 10:35 Night Watch 11:00 Scoreboard 11:05 Night Watcb 11:55 Newa WEDNESDAY NIGHT (JAN. 21) <:00 Vnrlety Mualu t:30 dab Hcixtter «:3S Variety Mnslr. 1:05 World Today 7:30 Newa 1:35 Night Watch 8:00 News 0:00 Newa 9:05 Nlyht Watch 8:30 News 8:35 Night Watch 0:05 Night Watch 8:30 Newa 9:35 Local News 0:45 Night Watch 10:30 News 10:30 Night Watch 11:00 News THURSDAY NIGHT (JAN. 22) S:00 Variety Music 0:30 Gab lleaUcr «:35 Variety Miulc T:00 Local New* t:0i World Today 7:30 Bill Stem «KK, Local Newa *:05 NlRht Waivb S-.30 MBS New* $;3S Nlsht Watch f .-00 Variety Munlc «:30 Ottl> Hcatter 6:35 Variety Music 7:00 Local Newa 7:05 Night Wat en 7:30 Bill Stern 7:35 NlBlit Wivtoh 9:00 Locai Now* 9:03 Night Watch 9:30 Newa 9:35 Local New* 9:45 Night Watch 10:35 News lo:3» Nlgat Watctt 11:00 Scoreboard 11:05 Night WatcU 11:55 Local Newa FRIDAY NIGHT (JAN. 23) 7:45 Basketball: Austin. Furltauult 10:00 Night Watch 10:35 News 10:35 Night Wntctt 11:00 Scoreboard 11:05 Nlcnt Wfitcn 11:55 Local New* SATURDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING (JAN. 241 11:00 New* Ll:05 Larsou Shov 12:15 News U:30 Larson Show 1 :30 News 1 :35 Larson 2:00 News 3:05 Larson 3:30 New.s 2:35 Laraoi. 3:00 Nu«-» 2:05 Lursoi. 3:45 Larson 4:00 News 4:05 Uiraou Shun 4:30 New* 4:35 Larson Show 5.00 Local News 5:05 Larson Show 5:30 News — MBS f>:35 Local News 5:45 Larson Show ti:00 Music 7:00 Local News T:05 Night Watch 7:45 Avistln-Hobblnacun*' 9:00 Ntws 9:05 Night Watch 0:30 News 9:4S NlBUi Wfttuh 10:30 New* 10:35 Night Wntcli 11 :50 Local New* •»*• — • — — • _ I Network Radio 1 KAUS (Mutual) SUNDAY, JAN. IS 1 .JO Mu.-u "1 :3J Local Ni\v» 7:40 Weather 1:45 Chuarou • Cu»iJ»* 1:00 3V, Jouu'* ^utlmxt C'hMrvb fl:00 Ouud News Rour »:30 News 9:35 Lo<Mil New* »:•¥> Weuthcr 9 :45 Memory Iwui* 10:00 f'raiiK and K»rnt» 1»:14 ilow UurlkllkU 3».n.,. Ji»«l« 10:30 Newa J0:3i Locul New* 10:40 Wt-ather 10:45 St. Oini Ohurc* ll:5S Wcutlii-rscope 11:00 Newa CX>mniru:n - 12:J5 Loc-al Newu 11:35 MotUci ol Wm 12:20 Lutheran Houi l.OO Back u> God 2:00 News 3:03 Autlunu 3:30 Newt 3:35 Authon^ 4:(* News 4:05 Anthony 4:30 News 4. S3 AuUioiiy 5:00 Waiter Wluclicll 5:15 Aiuhon> a:30 Newt - MB6 5:45 Anthony 6:00 Vurlety Uu«U 6.SO Mew* 6:35 Variety Uusii ') :00 LocAl Nowa (:0o BUI Stern 7:30 NlgUt Watch 'i :35 News 3:<x> Ixx-al Ncwa 8:05 Night Watoh 8.35 NlgUt W&tch 9:00 Local New* 9:05 Night Wat<-k 9:30 Mlia Newt 9.35 Local New* 2:05 Authony : a.ij Night Watii J:30 Newa | 10:30 New* 3.35 Anthony j 10:35 Local News 1:00 Newt 3:05 AQthouy 1 1 <W Scoreuoard 11 :05 Nli-iu W»l«k *WNeW« _ li 5 i New. .•5 i < t it : ". 9 r Network Television Saturday, January 24 PAT SUZUKI Kicking Helps Star Through Opening Night Japanese signer - actress Pat Suzuki found out recently that a kick in the pants isn't always a kick in the pants. Opening night of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Flower Drum Song," she found herself kicked and turned around to stare into the grinning face of a stage hand. She was about to retaliate a la slap in the face when she was told that a kick in the posterior is a good luck sign opening night. So she spent her last pre-curtain moments exchanging kicks with everybody. It may not have brought good luck, she says, but it relieved the tension in opening her first musical. 7;20 a.m. 5—Willie Wonderful 7:30 a.m. 4—Axtl 8. Dog S.'OO a.m. t— WMtcrn frails . 8:30 a.m. 1, 4—Copt. Kungoro* 9.-00 a.m: S —Howdy Doody 9;30 a.m. 3, 4— Mighty Mous* 5—Ruff & Reddy 10:00 a.m. 3, 4—Heckle & Jccklt S—Fury tO~Movie 10:30 a.m, 3—Robin Hood 4 —Farmer Alfalfa 5—Circus Boy 11:00 a.m. 3—Young People's Concert 4— Bill Hlckok 5—Tru« story t— Mighty Mouse JLl:3Q a.m. 4—Sky King 5— Dcttctiv* Diary »—Fury 12.-00 p.m. 3—Cartoons 4—Lone Ranger 5—Star Showcase •—True Story 12:30 p.m. 3~Industry 4—Popeye 5, II—Hobby Showcase 10—MoMnw 1:00 p.m. 3, 4, t —Major League Hockey S—Theater (C) Means Program ii In Color 1:30 p.m. 5—Talk Back 2:00 p.m. S —College Basketball 2:45 p.m. 6—Industry 3/00 p.m. 6 —Matinee 3:15 p.m. 3, 4 —Basketball (Iowa «. Northwestern) 3:30 p.m. 3, 4, t, 10—Big 10 Basketball (Iowa - North* western) S—Jubilee 4:00 p.m. S—Women's Bowling 4:30 p.m. 5—HI.Rve Time 6—Uncle Al 5:00 p.m. 6—All Star Golf 5:30 p.m. 3, 8—Lone Ranger 4, 10—Chomp Bowline 5—Annie Oakley 6:00 p.tit. 3 —O'Henry Playhouse 4—News 5—News 6—Superman J—Lawrence Welk 6:15 p.m. 4—Sports 6:30 p.m. 3, 4—Perry MOSM (—Dick Clark She* t, 10—Ptoole Are Fun*? 7:00 p.m. 5, 10—Perry Como (C) 6—Jubilee, USA t—Loretta Younfl W« 7:30 p.m. 3, 4, I—Wanted 8:00 p.m. 3—U. S. Marshal 4—Oh Susanna S, 10-Block Saddle 6—Lawrence Welk 8—Gale Stotm 8:30 p.m. 3, 4, 8—Have Gun Travle 5, 10—Cimoron City 9/00 p.m. 3, 4, S—-Ounsmok* 6—Sammy Kaye'i 9/30 p.m. 3—Stare Troopers 4—Death Valley Day* 5—Mackenzie's Raidcri fr—How to Marry Millionaire 8—TBA 10—DA's Man lo.-oo p.m. 3, 4, J, 6, I, 10—Newt, Weather. Sports 10:15 p.m. 3—Night Cap t —Bob Gumming! .JO/20 p.m. 10-Morit 10:30 P.M. 3—Night Cap 4—Theater S—Decoy 6— Hour of Sno*s 10:45 pm. t—Playhouse 11.-00 p.m 3 —Boston Blackic 11:30 p.m. S—Leigh Playi Polly Bergen Will Take Lead in Broadway Show in Spring NEW YORK UP) — Polly Hergen has been cast in "First Impressions," a musical version of Jane Austin's novel "Pride and Prejudice" coming to Broadway next spring. Miss Bergen is replacing another television singing star, Gisele Mackenzie, in the role of Elizabeth, (he oldest of fivtf, daughters in the novel. Miss Mackenzie, in private life Mrs. Robert Sluittlcworth, is oat of the cast because she is expecting a baby. Co-starred with Miss Bcrgca are Hermoine Gingold and Farley Granger. CELEBRITY WATCHES Saving Grace of Film Cutter Appreciated by Many on TV NEW YORK (AP)—Tom Galvin knows that some of life's most fascinating scenes end up on a film cutting room floor. If the nation's celebrities appear to best advantage on NBC-TV's "Today" program, they can thank Galvin, who has been carefully guarding their reputations as supervising film editor of the show since it went on the air seven years ago. What Does Happen With the promise that no names would be revealed, Galvin took to reminiscing the other day. He recalled: The filmed interview with a leading lady prominent in American politics who kept dozing while the TV reporter asked her questions. Calvin's gallant scissors made her appear wide awake. The eminent poet who, when making a filmed commentary on his work, used language unpoetic and unfit for home consumption each time he muffed a line. When Galvin finished cutting, his remarks were both poetic and proper. Scissors Helped The renowned novelist who kept a glass of whisky under his chair and hoisted it frequently during a filmed interview in his home. Calvin's scissors made him look like a teetotaler. The elder statesman who wa» seized by a violent and uncontrollable itch before the cameras. Galvin made sure he didn't scratch once on the home screen. Started at 15 Galvin has been a celebrity watcher since 1925, when he became film editor for a newsreel company at the age of 15. All his work with film has stood Galvin in good stead when viewing TV at home. When his highly trained eyes watch a filmed show, he can tell when it's exactly 11 seconds before the commercial break—and thus gets a head start for the beer in the refrigerator. DOUBLE-TAKE — A TV western hero killing himself m a gun fight with himself? Yes, you read it correctly. The hero is John Payne, right. In a forthcoming chapter of TV's "Restless Gun" he plays both hero and villain. In left, photo, he's seen as the villain. Thanks to the split screen trick, the two personalities can have a fight Don't Get along with a CRIPPLED TV SET You rokc the chance of harming ex. pensive equipment by using a set in this condition. 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