The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on May 30, 1949 · Page 11
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MONDAY, MAY SO. 1949. llntlio Highlights Speedway, Television Debut Take Spotlight TODAY'S A RED LETTER coverage of the Speedway DAY in broadcasting as WFEM- I sound. TV launches its inaugural day of programming, highlighted by the telecast of the 500-mile race, and WIBC - MUTUAL takes first place in -the AM world with bv Approximately three hours, via network and local reporting, PERM A-CRETE "drives Sre Gnaranttrtl Darablt and Diitlrs at LOW COST EASY TERMS nil ESTIMATES PROMPT SERVICE TRI STATE CONSTRUCTION CO. Sole Pmdneert at PERMA-CKETI 3100 E. 56th BR. 5488 Nile GL. 2627 win be devoted by WIBC to progress and conclusion of the race. MUTUAL' s Bill Slater and WTBCs Gene Kelly will divide the major announcing chores. with all of the local outlet staffers on hand to give assistance where needed. The first AM broadcast from the track will begin at 10:15 a.m., while VFBM7TV, following a half-hour racing feature (film titled "Crucible of Speed," will start telecasting the Speed-; way at 10:30 a.m. 1 The "54th Street Revue," set ; for 8 tonight, will have a dedicatory opening and closing ' saluting the city's first TV sta- tion. The CBS-built variety i show, kinescoped for use here, features Jack Sterling, Singer j Marilyn Day, Comedian Carl Reiner, Impersonator Pat Bright and Comedian Frank Marlowe, flanked by special guest stars. ' The orchestra for the show is directed by Harry Sosnick. . , , ,! "Tclenews" (6:30 p.m., WFBM- Spacious Chapel TV). a television newsreel com- I piled by International News Service and rushed by air to In- VENETIAN BLINDS Installed (it Kklllfd Korkmrn it SURPRISINGLY LOW COST Terms Uairki. and S.tllrtorllr arranged u loor Income Banner Home Equipment Co. 317 N. Capitol Are. LI. (754 Enlarged Remodeled Added PiULE. DORSEY Funerals in the levered Tradition! of All Faiths Crtdit If Sitdid 3925 E. New York IRvinqton 1173 FREEZERS Open Till 9 P.M. flr.apohs from New York, w ill ' be a Monday-throirch-Fri'hv presentation backcmur.de ti bv I commentary by G.ibrrt Forbos. ! W'FBM reus editor. WIRE FLAN'S TO observe Memorial Day by a special ground-to-piane and plane-to-plane interview program slated for 11 a m. Waliy Xchrling, ; Glenn Wilson and Ruth Reyn-: olds will participate. j NEW NIGHT-TIME ENTERTAINMENT finds a place on WIBC's listings tonight when "Song Fellow" bows in at 7 p.m. The weekly schedule presents Dick Haymes on Mondays; Perry Como, Tuesdays; Tony Martin, Wednesdays;" Bob Eberle, Thursdays, and Eddy Howard, Fridays. ANOTHER NETWORK ORGANIZATION from Indianapolis takes place tonight as WIRE feeds NBC a five-minute cut during the Howard Barlow phony orchestra program at 7 p.m. Harvey Firestone Jr., in Indianapolis for the race, will sneak to listeners from the local studios. THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR lour Radio P PAGE U Morning WISH 1310 AEC . : Sunrise Devotions Indiana Farmer Indiana Farmer Breakfast Revue :00 Dunkin' Time Dunkin' Time eus; Rise, Shine sei-Shine 7 ,MF XJL :!S Di :30 Nc :4 Ri: rorams V . All I.istinc Central D.ilicht Tim WIREJ43Q NBC Wake Up Time Timbertime Dawn Patrol Dawn Patrol World News Musical Clock Musical Clock News For Monday ,:no Breakfast Club Breakfast Club Breakfast Club Breakfast Club 8:iiu at :13 Br :30 Br :4. Br Musical Minutes Musical Minutes Woman's World Woman's World :0O My True Story My True Story Betty Crocker Earl Wrightson 9 m, ! :15 J :30 I :45 I Fred Waring; Fred Waring Road of Life Brighter Day :00 Modern Romances :15 Modern Romances :30 Ted Malone :45 Galen Drake WFBM 1250 CBS WIBCJ070 Mutual WXLW 1 593 AM fM Early Birds News. Emmy Lou Morn. Demotions Farm Nou s Back to Bible Mkts.; Emmy Lou Now s Back to Bible K. Ixiu & Chickie Sun Dial World News News . Sun Dial News; Tunes News; Tunes Sun Dial Bing Sings Eddy Arnold Sun Dial Wake Up New s Time 'n' Tunes Sun Dial Weather Man News Sun Dial Quiz Club Time 'n' Tur.es Sun Dial Pat O'Brien Time 'n' Tunes Sun Dial Mrs. Farrell Easy Listening Sun Dial Impressions Easy Listening Dick Haymes Judy and Jane Easy Listening Three Suns Arthur Godfrey Crosby Sings News Arthur Godfrey Easy Listening Radio Chapel Doctor Paul Love and Learn Jack Berch Lora Lawton Arthur Godfrey Arthur Godfrey Grand Slam Rosemary News, Brd. Room Speedway Race Speedway Rare Speedway Race Dinah Shore Frankie Carle Tied Pipers Pern' Como ut-inilp15 W I I :30 SI s'm- 11.,, t , 00 Welcome Traveler Plane Interview Wcndv Warren elcome Traveler The Lowe Down Aunt jenny Shopping Newsical The Lowe Down Helen Trent 43 Luncheon Party News Our Gal Sunday Speedway Race Speedway Race Country Carnival Speedway Race Make Believe Make Believe Make Believe Make Believ e . c ) 4- . ,1:30 Night WISH HOW FAR ARE k YOU GOING? 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Afternoon WISH 1310 ABC WIRE 1430 NBC WFBM 1260 CBS WIBC 1070 Mutual WXLW15i AM FM 121 00 News Bing Crosby Kay Reporter Record Review Who's Talking The Lowe Down The Lowe Down Big Sister News Ma Perkins Holiday Matinee Holiday Matinee News Tick-A-Pocket Speedway Race Dixie Four Bob Eberle ' Batter Up Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates 1 :00 Catherine Daniels :15 Catherine Daniels :30 Bride & Groom :45 Bride & Groom Double or Nothing 2i Mrs. Burton Speedway Race Double or Nothing Perry Mason Ccdric Foster The Lowe Down Nora Drake Frankie Carle The Lowe Down Make You Tick? Speedway Race 2 00 Peter Donald 5 Peter Donald 30 House Party 45 House Party Life Beautiful Ma Perkins Pepper Young Happiness Prog. David Harum Hilltop House Linda's Love Harmony Hearts Easy Does It Speedway Race Easy Does It Easy Does It Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates 3 :00 Kay Kyser Backstage Wife 5 Kay Kyser Stella Dallas :30 Ethel & Albert Lorenzo Jones 45 Hoosier Requestime Widder Brown Ed. Daughter Tunes; News Winner Take All Make Mine Music News; Easy Speedway Race Speedway Race Easy; News Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates Cubs-Pirates , :00 Hoosier Requestime Girl Marries Hoosier Requestime Portia Faces Life Hoosier Requestime Just Plain Bill k:45 Neighbors Farrell Series Make Mine Music News; Easy Cubs-Pirates Make Mine Music Easy Does It Cubs-Pirates Make Mine Music Easy Does It Cubs-Pirates Make Mine Music Easy, News Cubs-Pirates :00 Yukon Challenge 5 Yukon Challenge Jack Armstrong 45 Jack Armstrong 1310 ABC Animal World Melody Billboard Dinner Winner News; Sports WIRM430NBC Amber Room Music; Sports Herb Shriner Lowell Thomas WFBMT20CBS Easy Does It Easy Docs It Capt. Midnight Tom Mix Fun With Dunn Fun With Dunn Fun With Dunn Fun With Dunn WIBC 1070 Mutual WXLW 94.7 FM Only 6:00 Ed. Hill; Sports Supper Club News Fulton Lewis Jr. Kids Corner : 15 News World News Jack Smith News Dining Music :30 Lone Ranger F. 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