Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 12, 1959 · Page 16
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 16

Pampa, Texas
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Thursday, February 12, 1959
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6 TMfi PAMPA DA1LV fcfcWS olsf FEBRUARY 12, 1959 ¥eaf TELEVISION PROGRAMS • THURSDAY " KONC-fV Channel 4 6:56 Continental Classic.m t:00 Today 9:00 Dough-Re-Mi 9:30 Treasure rlunt lOp.OO The Price. Is Right 1(M30 Concentration 11:00 Tic Tac Dough 11:30 It Could Be You 12:00 News, Weather 12*20 New Ideas 1.2:i30 Charlie Chan 12:55 Daily Word 1:00 Truth or Consequences 1:30 Haggis Baggis S:00 Young Dr. Ma lone 2:30 From These ROD'S 3:00 Queen for a Day 3:30 County Fair 4:00 Susie •1:30 Young Mr. Lincoln 5:43 NBC News 6:00 News. Sports. \Yeilher 6:30 Jefferson Drum 7:00 Sle\e Canyon 7:30 It Could Be You 8:00 Behind Closed Doors 8:30 Tennessee Krnie Ford 9:00 You Bel Your Life 9:30 The Big Story 10:00 News 10:20 Weather 10:30 Jack Paar KFDATV Channel 10 6:30 Sunrise Classroom 7:00 It Happened Last Night 8:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:'15 CBS News 9:00 For Love or Money 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 Top Dollar 11:00 Love of Life 11:30 Search For Tomorrow 11:15 Guiding Light 12:00 Theatre. Ten 12:30 As the World Turns 1:00 Jimmy Dean 1:30 House Party 2:00 The Big Payoff 2:30 Verdict is Yours 3:00 Brighter Day 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 My Little Margie 4:30 Popeye 4:45 Ringside with the Wrestlers 6:00 Kuckleoerry Hound 5:30 Popeye 5:45 Doug Edwards 6:00 News, Ralph Wayns 6:15 World of Sports 6:25 Weather Today 6:30 I Love Lucy 7:00 December Bride 7:30 Yancy Derringer 8:00 Zane Grey Theatre 8:30 Live Wrestling 9:30 Mackenzie's Raider* 10:00 News 10:10 Weather 10:20 Mickey KVil TV Channel ^ 7:55 Good Morning 8:00 Funz-A-Poppln' 9:00 Shopper Show 11:00 Coffee Break 11:30 ' Peter Lind Hivsa 12:30 Flay Your Hunca 1:00 Liberace 1:30 The Shield 2:00 Your Day In Court 2:30 Mv'j'i'c Bingo 3:00 ,Xeat Trie Clock 4:30*' Who Do Vou Trust? 4 :(>') American Bandstand 5:30 Adventure Time 6 no All Aboard For Fun 6:30 Leave It To Beaver 7 :oO Zorvo 7:W Real McCoys g-.f-o Pat. Roone Show 8:30 Rough Riders 9 on Tfti-t'. 9•.:!() Mike Hammer 10:00 N\ght Coun • 10:80 Ruthless 12:00 Nighkap 111:30 11:15 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 ?. :00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 5:00 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:10 10:20 ":55 8 :00 9:00 10:30 11:30 12:30 1:00 1 :30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:30 30:00 10:30 12:00 Search for Tomorrow The Guiding Light Theatre Ten As The World turns Jimmy Dean Show House Party Big Payoff The Verdict is Yours Brighter Day Secret Storm Edgt of Night My Little Margie Popeye Doug Edwards News, Ralph Wayne World of Sports Weather Today Hit Parade Rawhide Phil Silvers Schlitz Playhouse The Lineup Person To Person News. Ralph Wayne Weather "tx)st Honeymoon" Sign off Channel 7 uvir-rv Good Morning Funz-A-Poppin' Shivppers Snow Coffee Break Peter Lind Hayes Play Your Huncli Liberate The Shield Your Day in Court Music Bingo Beat The Clock Who Do You Trust? American Bandstand Mickey Mouse All Aboard For Fun Rin Tin Tin Walt Disney Presents Man With 'A Camera 77 Sunset Strip Bold Venture Night Court Shock Nightcap News Ella Fitzgerald Queened On Show On The Reword ftv \Vlt,UAM KWAMJ S t'nlipd Press International i i NEW YORK (UPT).-.NBC-TV'S ; Bel] Telephone Hour offered a 'half-hour special ovor a full ho\ir Tuesday night. Thorp was nothing- very special about Mm first half of the show at all. It was concocted of some awfully doughy material --- a soc; Uon from the bloated Gershwin 'concerto in F. some textuieless and lesser Jerome Kern songs sun? monotonously h.V Martha WHs'ln and Russell Nype, and a squandering- of Rose Stevens on Sgt. Dills To Recruit Here On Fridoy Sergeant First Class John C. Dills. U. S. Army Recruiter for Gray County will be here Friday it. was announced today by the U.S. Army Recruiting Service. The U.S. Army is now offering applicants the choice of specific ijob; choice of overseas area and choice of specific school. And in instances an applicant can have .dual choice. In addition to the above enlistment options, buddies can enlist for specific units now stationed in Europe. This option permits buddies to remain togelh- ier through their entire, enlistment ; period. All these enlistment op- itions are guaranteed before PII- listment to qualified men and i women. i Interested persons desiring | more information concerning these | enlistment options are asked to i contact SFC Dills during his visit .here. He will be glad to explain ! in detail all about this choice he- i fore enlistment. He can be contacted at the Local Draft Board. : two sluggish Victor Herbert! | pieces. But magically, at the halt-way mark the show began to* flick off sparks. Elln Fitzgerald, working in tandem with Duke Ellington, j appeared and after ft slightlf ,sputterish start really began gun-1 Miing on "Do Nothing Till You' ;Hear From Me.' 1 It was A stun- i ner - packed with feeling and .flow -- and when Miss Filss coun- lerpunched with a luminous "I'm : Beginning To See The Light," the Bell Hour had a small, compact spectacular on its hands right there. i When Miss Fitzgerald is at the ' l.op of her game, she. giants over "everyone else and Tuesday night, despite some limp orchestral backing, she gianted. ' Over its last 15 minutes the Bell Hour also scored -- this time, with a larkcr: The New York i City Ballet's attack on George; ; Raianchinp's "Stars and Stripes."! Melissa Hnyden. Jacques D'Am-i ! boise and Ed Villella headed the, labor force and although "Stars: and Stripes" is not a very meaty j ! dance piece, it is stuffed with; ; bluster and high spirits and Tues-i Iday night, it was snapped off at i the kind of rollicking clip rarely ' I seen on televsion. : ' One further note about the 1 show's production; It was clean :anrl stylish and happily unenrum-! 1 b e r e d with narration. John JHoppe's fanciful mobiles tied the 'segments together as they did' in the first Bell show—and tasty ; '• additions they were, i ; Shorf Shots: Boh Hope's NBC- i TV special Tuesday night was not ; a very robust entry, but his spoof of Beatniks -• now, incidentally. 'rnffM'ted to contemptuously by the hip set as "diddly hoppers" did contain several squirts of fun. HtnttLASt) ! if os Pit At, sotes Baby Carol Fleming, Hobbs, New Mexico Mrs, Donna. Streng, 432 Graham Mrs. Linda, Martin, 1811 Chest- mit Mrs. Jodi Pool, Ssfi S. Nelsin Mrs. Lonia Kitlen, Pampa Ann Gage, 1016 E. Gordon Mrs. Verna Archer, 616 N. Gray Mrs. Laverne Burke, 313 Miami Linda Sue Crawford, Skellylown | E. J. Maehowiez, 1826 Willislonj James Eugene Shawn. .1053 Var-j non drive i W. M. Robinson. 633 N. Zlmmerj Wayne Lane. 633 Reed i D. M. Green. -105 3. Kingsmill! Jerry Mayes, 103fi Neel Road j ~ ........... ......... " ' i The skit benefited considerably | by the presence of Carol Haney,: a comic swiveler of much luxe. ; ^ .......... ___ i The Channel Swim: The latest, Trendex lop 10 in order: Loretta Young, The Rifleman, Gunsmoke. Wagon Train. Maverick, Perry Como, Have Gun. Will Travel,! Danny Thomas, I've Got A Secret and This Is Your Life. ; Dave Gardner, one of the ir- ( regular regulars of the NBC-TV Jack Paar show, is moving from : Whteslone. N.V., to Atlanta, Ga.,; this month. The new Florence Henderson-Bill Hayes series com-; ing to NBC-TV on March 19 will feature weekly musicals built around standard tunes. Sid Caesar will start filming ; late in March a new half hour! situation comedy series, It's A; Lvinp, which will be produced in ' association \vith the Independent. outfit. Screen Gems. Asia, the ; dog on the NBC-TV Thin Man series, is the father of three new pups Asia, who'll be four years old on March 17, has 10 other offspring. Mrs. Chnrlenft Capehart, Panv pa F, E. Young, 32S N, Bcier Mrs, EInita Atkins, Mobeetla Mrs. Evelyn Terry, 512 N. Christy Paul- Johnson, 600 S. Somerville Mrs. Avis Wilson, 60t N. Somer- vffie Mrs. Willis Mae Moore, Ontario, Canada J. F. Pfaff, Pampa Mason Wlnegearl. Canadian Mrs. Vivian Collins, 325 N. Dwight Mrs. Carley Wilson. 1105 Huff Guy Gripp, Panhandle Randy Clemens. Kelton Dismissals Mrs. Frances Converse, 827 S. Russell Donald Carter, Skellylown Baby Howard Lewis, 2226 Hamilton C. B. Chisum, Pampa Mr*. Mfelen Stanford, Pampa Mr*. HMSn WoHey, Pftf'fytoft Mrs. Le!a Walh6v, Pampa Mr*, N61da La.ncaster, 403 ft. j Gray j Mr*. Malta Burns, 120 N. Nelson, Jimmy frfeudctlHch, 418 LeforSj Mrs. Ma,\i«S DuSi'Hftm, 2128 Dun-j can i MisS Kay Manry, 608 E. Kings- Imill j Mrs. Marie Ktrby, 511 S. Barnes i ! Roy Sparks, 411 Hazel I ! Mrs. Dorothy Whltsell. 1038 S. i Nelson j Mrs. Martha SuUerfield, 1012 S. j (Schneider i Mrs. Florence Kiser, t2« Buck- ller Mrs. Evelyn Jasper, Stinnett Mrs. Nets McCoy, 1225 S. Stunner Mrs. Leila Walls, 448 Pill* AfLAN'f A <tlPt)~.fravi» B. Sl vis, accused of waving K "slovf doWh," sip to \VaiH mot'oHftt* np^, proaching a police radar zone chose to pay a *50 t\t\& rft! ther than accept an alterhativi^ offeiert him by Judge Franlf WhHe. j While a«id the fine would b«* waived if Davis agreed to display th« sign eight hours a clay fot^ five days in the center of the city* CON'ORAfULATtONS To Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Martin, 1811 Chestnut, on the birth of A son at 10:37 a.m. weighing 8 Ibs. t'i b*. To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Streng, •1S2 Graham, on the birth 0( ft sonj at i :36 p.m. weighing 8 Ibs. 10 oz.. Rend tlte N'etv* Classified Ads. , Miller-Hood Pharmacy Better Prescription Service (Kit DELIVERY miAlcock MO 4-1469 im foi * trj HV WINTER COAT SALE FRIDAY KGNC-TV 8:31) T.OO 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 n=oo 11:30 12:00 12:10 12:20 12 .''.0 12; 55 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 8:00 3 ::',() 4 :dO 4 :30 5:30 g:45 6:00 6:15 5:20 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 8:00 » 45 10:00 3.0:20 10:30 12:00 «:30 7:00 8:00 $.•45 9 no S tO 10:00 W 30 Coininenlal Today Hunt Th* Price I s Right ( -'.onijtntraUon Tic \ K Dough It Coun Be You NdWs Weather Ne •-.'.' 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