Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 18, 1964 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, December 18, 1964
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w I Q GLOBE-GAZETTE TV NEWS DECEMBER 18, M964 SEASONAL GREETINGS — Andy Williams, center, and the Osmond Brothers join in singing "Silver Bells," as they sit around a campfire toasting marshmallows during the "Andy Williams Show," over Channels 7 and 10 Monday at 8 p.m. The full-hour program will offer seasonal features in observance of the Yuletide. 86 shopping minutes to Christmas By CARL WRIGHT "Just 86 Shopping Minutes Left Till Christmas" — that's the spot you will find yourself in with Hazel on Channels 7 and 10 at 8:30 p.m Christmas Eve-if you don't get that shopping spree finished at once. Besides the big fun show, there are many other good shows on TV for the Christmas season. A new recording of "Amahl and .the Night Visitors," the Christmas opera by Gian Carlo Menotti, is scheduled on Channels 7 and 10 at 3 p.m. Sunday. The Irving Berlin perennial, "White Christmas," will lead off the week in Saturday Night at the Movies, with Bing Cros- Key to Stations 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 3— KGLO-TV, Mason City 5—WOI-TV, Ames 7—KWWL-TV, Waterloo 6— KMMT-TV, Austin, Minn, 10—KROC-TV, Rochester, Minn. 72—KEYC-TV, Mankato, Minn. SATURDAY, DEC. 19 I'M 2-3-12—Mister Mayor 7: SO 5—Top Cat J:00 2-3-12—Alvin Show 5—Superman 8:50 2-3-12—Tenn. Tuxedo 5-6—Buffalo Bill Jr. 7-10—Hector Heathcote J:0fl 2-3-12—Quick Draw McGraw 5-6—Shenanigans 7-10—Underdog 9:30 2-3-12—Mighty Mouse 5-S— Annie Oakley 7-10—Fireball XL-S (C) 10:00 2-3-12—Linus the Lion 5-6—New Casper Cartoon Show 7.10—Dennis Uie Menace 10:30 2-3-12—The Jetsons 5-6— Beany It Cecil 7-10—Fury 11:00 2-3-15—Sky Klne 5-6—Bugs Bunny 7-10—Exploring 11:30 2-3-12—My Friend Flicka S-3-12—I Love Lucy 5— Liberty Bowl Football Game 6—Hoppety Hopper 7—Trailswest 10—Sat. Fun Klub tt:3* 2—Set. Bllko 3-12—CBS News 6—American Bandstand 7—TBA 10—Big Picture 2—Saturday MaUnec I 3-12—Here's Allen 7-10—Movie 12—NFL Game 1:13 3-12—Matinee I !:«• 6—Sit, Prcslon I BINC CBOSBY t\nfi Irrlnr Berlin's "While Christmas" la the film by the same name Saturday at 8 p.m. orer Channels 7, JO. The perennial classic was written in 1934. 6—Roller Derby 1:13 10—Air Force Slorv i:7.0 2—Saturday Matinee (I 5—Bluebonnet Bowl Football Game 7—Roller Derby J:00 6—Champ. Bowline 10—Champ, Bowling 5:.-J> 7—Top Star Bowling 4:00 2-3-12-NFL Kickoff 6—Wide World of Spts. 10—Owatonna Carolers <:::o 7-10—Sports Special :,-.<H 2—Dr. Max 3—Operation Santa Glaus 7—Wrestling 10—Rocky Show 12—T.B.A. 5:30 2—Warren Miller Ski Show 5—ABC Scope 6—Focal Point 7—NBC News 10—Red Ryder 12—T.B.A. 3:13 2-3—Leo Greco 7—Local-Regional News 12—Film Feature 8:00 2—Report to Iowa 3—News-Weather S—Laramie 5— News. Spts.. Wea. 7—Kentucky Jones 12—Cara Williams 2-3-12—Jackie Gleason 6—Nobel Prize 7-10—Flipper 5—Marshal Dillon 7-10—Mr. Magoo 7:30 2-3-12—Gilllean's Island 5-fi—Lawrence Welk 7—D«»th Valley Days 10—Kentucky Jones »:00 2-3-12—Mr. Broadway 7-10—Sal. Night Movies 5-6—Hollywood Palace 2-3-1Z—Gunsmoke t;30 5—Dick Powel Thea. 6—Midwest News Final V-News. Spts., Wea. 10:00 2—Report to Iowa 3-12—Wea., News, Spts. 6—Movie 7—TV 7 News Central 10:10 3-12—Nitecap 10:26 10—News and Weather 10:30 2—Feature 5—Wrestling Champions 7—Home Theatre 10—Pro. Playhouse 11:30 5—Graves' End Manor fi—News Brief» by and Rosemary Clooney on Channels 7 and 10 at 8 p.m. "L'Enfance du Christ," Hector Berlioz's century-old oratorio, is scheduled at 9 a.m. Sunday over Channels 2, 3, 12, performed by members of the Metropolitan Opera and the John Butler Dance Theater. Harry Reasoner will present the Nation," a jumbo holiday show of music, will be on Christmas Eve over Channels 7 and 10 at 10:30 p.m. The Burke Family Singers will appear in a specal Christmas Eve musical broadcast, "The Sound of Christmas," over Channels 2, 3, 12 at 2 p.m, Sunday. And a "Christmas Card to "1964: A TV Album" over Channels 2, 3, 12, at 10:30 p.m. Thursday, with the Baroness Maria Von Trapp. There will be several church programs Christmas Eve, with midnight Mass starting at 11 p.m. and there will be special programs throughout Christmas Day. It should be a "Merry Christmas" for everyone on TV. Saturday LIBERTY BOWL — West Virginia University's Mountaineers vs. the Utes of the University of Utah in the sixth annual Liberty Bowl game live from Convention Hall in Atlantic City, N.J. This is the first network telecast of an indoor football game. Curt Gowdy and Paul Christman report. Channels 5, 6, 11:30 a.m. BLUEBONNET BOWL — University of Mississippi vs. the University of Tulsa's Hurricane live from the annual Bluebonnet Bowl, Rice Stadium, Houston, Tex., with Chris Scbenkel, Kyle Rote and Bill Fleming reporting. Channels 5, 6, 2:30 p.m. OPERATION SANTA CLAUS — Winners of the silver dollars offered by Mason City banks. Channel 3, 5 p.m. JACKIE GLEASON — Guest Charlie Calias tells a story of Brooklynites on an African Safari. Jackie describes a "better mousetrap," and Frank Fontaine offers a version of "Cleopatra." Channels 2, 3, 12, 6:30 p.m. FLIPPER — Sandy, Bud and Hap Gorman board a boat, unaware of a hidden charge of dynamite aboard, in "Danger," this week's episode. Channels 7, 10, 6:30 p.m. OUTER LIMITS — "The Duplicate Man." The body and mind of a man are duplicated in an attempt to destroy a deadly creature from another planet. Channels 5, 6, 6:30 p.m. MR. MAGOO — Part one of "Mr. Magoo's Don Quixote" stars Magoo as Cervantes' bumbling hero who roamed the countryside in search of evildoers and damsels in distress. Channels 7, 10, 7 p.m. GILLIGAN'S ISLAND — It's Christmas Eve and the castaways are reminiscing about how they came to be shipwrecked when a radio news bulletin brings them hope of rescue. Channels 2, 3, 12, 7:30 p.m. KENTUCKY JONES — "Ho Ho Ho." Kentucky and Seldom attempt to make Ike's first American Christmas a merry one, but the boy is homesick. Channels 7, 10, 7:30 p.m. LAWRENCE WELK — The entire Welk "family," their spouses and children, gather to make the "Welkin" ring in * joyful program of Christmas song. Channels 5, 5, 7:30 p.m. Continued on TV Pftg* 2 AN EVENING With Fred Aslaire (In Color) The premiere presentation in a series of color specials on the CBS Television Network, will be yours to see on Channel 3. 8 P.M. SUNDAY ! CMAMMB ft. MASON CITV

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