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I Q-E Akron Beacon Journal Sunday, April 12. 1953 AUDIO AM) VIDEO Which Type TV Viewer Arc You? They Come In All Kinds From The Ambitious To The Unlucky r.v ART CTLLISOV Efn Jonrnl Rsdie-TV Writer What kind of a television viewer are you? This department's spy, Matt A. Harry, went into Akron homes conducting a survey on the different types of persons gazing into their video sets. Here are some of the types he came up with: THE AMBITIOUS VIEWER: He has the television set nI two radios on, a book in front of him, three, sandwiches and a glass of milk and a copy of Rarinfr form. THE AVID MfWKK: Hr--watehe tfleNinn every minute. -never even mtssea a coiiimernai or a test pattern. Wifie tells him "one of hi children just hmke a -)p)f, but he doesn't hear her tic-."cause he's learning how mild a "rliraret ran he. THE CAREFUL VIEWER : He's always worried that the set might -b out of focus just a teeny-weeny , Cm. ;uiHiuy n.ei in uir inum rvtri pets a view of anything hut his haxk because he's always adjusting the net. ' THE CARELESS VIEWER: wnen ne cnanges siauons, ne fouls up the picture and then spenas ine remainaer oi me pro-pram trvinir to bring the picture back. This type usually louses up .the picture several limes during "an evenine. iritn OiPTfn 'I I-M'T-n . n. , iriE LrtUiint, vicvvrjrv; ; never turns the set off hut com-! nlalna all the time about how hart I every program is. When he! watches a drama, he's so busy i looking for mistakes by the cast that i . 11 1. 1 .. . t mat ne can 1 Keep irar.K 01 inc I storv II. AAmvt..lM nA ...nU IUn ne CTliiliiainn mi inuui mm Radio Time Table trVniV APR1T ! ( PROGRAMS Rl Rjr.CT TO WAKR (1590) American Columbia 1:00 Concert Hall 1-15 Concert Hall 7 30 Rev. Wlaeman 1:4S Rev, Wlneman (Salvation Armv Salvation Armv Haven Ot Rest, Haven Ot Rent 11:00 Newa Kenmore Banttst, fi Pev. Cautoros Kenmora Rantlst 3ft Brotherhood Hr. Paator'a Studv 45 Brotherhood Hr. Thaver St. Mla)oH " 00 Renfro Vallev Melody Parade 91.S Rentro Vallev Melodv Parade 9 30 Rentro Vallev Wlnga Of Healinr 9 45 Chrlat'n Science Wings Of Healing in 00 Newg-coamoo. io n Cosmoo. Akron 10:30 Hungarian Hr. 10 4S Hungarian Hr. Newa Hev. Bllllngton Rev. Billlngton Rev. Billlngtun 11 00 Calvary BanttH FlrM Methodist 11 in 1 Calvarv Bnntlst first Methodist J 1 30 St. Paur Kniac. Flrtt Methodirt lit? cu. raui a r-i.M . rirsi Airiniun.'i 1 ' no News tvewa 12 15 Pop Tunes Blug Sings 12.30 Nina Magno Classical Corner '12.45 Masno-Wealher Classical Comer 1 en L'i.v,nn. r 'inci iiw.i - 1 H Dr. Chas. Fuller Big League - 1 30 Dr. Chas. fuller Hlg Leagu 1 45 Dr Chas. Fuller Dugout Interview O no acmnhnn. It Cleveland-N York Baseball Oamei Baseball Game; Baseball Gain Basehall Game Baseball Game. Baseball Gaina Baseball Game 3 15 Svmnhonett 1 in Dhllh.rmnnl. 2 45 Philharmonic . 3 oo eniinarmonir . .3 15 Philharmonic 1 m PhllharmnnlP 1 dS Phlltia rmnnlc 4 00 Galen nraKe Baseball Game Baseball Game 10th Inning Bands And Ballads Around The World Around The World Greatest Htorv Greatest Storv 4-1.1 ron i unes 4 30 Arthur Godfrev 4:45 Arthur Ciodirev 5 15 Arthur Godlrev 5 .10 House Ot Lord .via Man - (1:15 Stars' Theater Leeis. Review n S SJlir iVllSB fJIIIIS I lllflirriL 111 nni"M Ne s A Singing Faith The People Act The People Act American Music American Music American Music, American Music Waiter Winchell Tavlor Grant Humhaid Family Hunibard Family Paul Harvev Sunday Fvenlng Hr. Sunday Fvenlng Hr. Tree At Mv Vlnclow News Cram. Wilson Sacred Heart Here's To Vets n IS .tni-lr pnnv fl 00 fdgar Bergen . d 15 Edsar Beraen ... a to f title Mnrffle O i S TltllaSfrl 0 00 Theater . 9:15 Theater .. ft 30 Fscane 9 45 Escane 10 00 Bomb Target . 10:15 Bomb Target 10:30 Bomb Target 10 45 Bomb Target 11:00 News 11 15 Night Renort 11:30 Night Reoort 11-45 Night Report XXMutual network programs after tc.8p. m. 100 WBltr Time 1 Guv And A Gel T30 Good Taith 9 30 Russ Morgan 00 Vlctorv Jubilee 10 (IO Tabernacle 8 15 Ton Hits to io Sammv Kave a io Brown Rt. Church 11:00 Guv Lnmliardn 8.00 Florida Av. Church II 30 Top Hit" 11 45 Vistas Ot Israel MONDAY. ATRIL 13 (PROGRAMS M BIIXT TO WADC (1350) Columbia WAKR ( 1 590 ) American 7 00 Neus - 7 15 Unity Views Nft'S Too o' the Morn New s-Top o Morn Ness Martin Aernnskv Ton o the Morn News-Ton o Mot n Top o the Moin Breakla I Club 7-.30 Newa-Musir t 45 Musical Cloclt " 8 00 Nes 15 Weather-D-Bk. 30 Nev s g 45 Mm-mng Musi - 9 00 News 9 15 Edith Hansen - 9 30 Woman's World 9 45 VVomaiVs. World "' To 00 Arthur Godfrey Tireakfast ria- Hreaklast (''' Breaktust Ciuo Mv True stow Mv True storv Whisper 8lree' When Girl Mjirries News-Tur.es Ton Tune: f rler.d In Need friend Ir Need ill 1 n rt ! I 1 1 11 ' s ru lit, . in m apiVmi nodfrev . 11 00 Arthur Godfrey . 11 15 Arthur Godfrey 11 30 GrBnd E:m - 11 45 Rosemary " 12 00 Wrndv Warren News 12 15 Aunt Jennv Nooimmr arietv . 12 30 Helen Trent Cteoi ; Mor.'ar, 12 45 Our Gal Sunday Answer And Wm TnPoad ot Life News . 1 15 Ma Perkins Swep Shoo T 1 30 Dr s.talone CslTlnnev - 1.45 Guiding Light Tmnev-Crot ker "'J 00 2nd Mrs. Burton News-jukebox " 2 15 Perrv Mason Jukebox Serenade "" ? 30 Norn Drake Crorker-Jukebox ., 1 45 Brighter Dav Jukebox Serenade 3 00 Hilltop House .. i:i liuu-.e Paltv '! House Pnrtv Tennessee f rnle Tennessee Frnle T ennessee Krme Tennessee Ernie News-Matinee Reouest, Matinee Reonet Matinee Reouest Matinee 3 45 Home folks 4 00 Lewis-News 4 15 Commetclal 4 30 Get Together 4 45 Get Together "- .i.-'rrinde B IS PonularTnnei j ,si .' .--snoi t s 5 45 Curt Miissev News-Matinee Reouest Matinee Soorts-Mntinee Matinee. Nichols WCl ' 7:00 News-Jerk Clifton 7 30 Nes-Jck Cillton " 8 00 News " I .tnelt Clifton I 50 Neis-JscK Clifton K ,..) Nes-Jeit Clifton !l 30 Mr Akron -s niku Time I. 10:00 Nes-teslie Youne In ;.i Humberd Family , 10 30 Kathrvn Kuhlmsn 11 no News-Ertdv Werne 11 10 Mr Akron 1 1 45 Luneheon Dste 1'J 00 Newi, IJ 1 Luncheon Dale 1 00 News-flona 1 1 j Bulletin Board 1 10 Mr. Akron 1 45 Crooner s Corner 1 00 News-Ballroom 3 30 Hold The Phone 3 00 News-Mstlnee QUITTING FINAL 4 DAYS Portahle and standard typewriter, new and used adding; ma. chlnen, .Monroe, Marehant writer., Edlphone, desk and ehairn. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFt'SED AKRON OFFICE EQUIPMENT I , v it V J A Kan.san who sing.s with the Tr nnsylvanians, Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians, is Bernadinc Read. Popular hal-lads and semi-classical numbers are her specialty. no one else can enjoy same room with hini. TV in llv THE IXDECIDEI) VIEWER: He can't make up his mind what program he wants so he changes the channels several limes during each show. He usually manages to catch more commercials per half hour than any other viewer hecause of this. THE SHOWOFF: He turns off a Cleveland channel to get. the same prog ram out of Detroit, lie ! is the only one who can make any . . . i n..liii'. 'PVi a v.l'I nenne out oi uu: jniunr. o of the family sees something that Innkc like a rnndernistir naintinc (but in black and white). THE SLEEPY VIEWER: He .1 rril . 1 inrna on ine 1 v net. inr 111c i" lMn..li.lnl.. atin Hinnnr falla . miinr.iinie.,y nn '"""jlcatl tBIK'er Society OVer WTAM! CHANCE WHHOiT NOTtt E) WIIKK (fi40) Mutual WTAM (1 100) .National Wildnood Church Wlldwond Church Wlltlwood Church Wlldood-Nes Your Story Hour Your Story Hour Jack Arthur Jack Arthur World News, Pock Fa e Carnival Of Booka Muspltin SKetches Nat l Radio Pulnlt Nal I Radio Pulpit Art of Living News Melody Mnmn'l Viewpoint USA UN I:, Mv Bea' About Your Mind Nev. s Furls forum Pres. Elsenhower Inlet mcr.u Sunrise Melodies Sunrise Melodies Rev. Ulv.ssea Cirav RevA Ulvsses Gray Gosoej tn Song Gosoel In Song Barberton Weslevan Harherton Weslevan Hone For Today Hone For Today Bark To Ood Dark To Clod Peonie's Gosoel PPunle-- rosc.el Voice OI Pronhei'T Voice Ot Pronhecr Grace Lut Vieran Glare Lutheran 1 haver St. ( lmrch Thaver St. Church Gosoel Mis- Ion i losncl Missjoti Gon'-el M'l1 'on Wlltlwood Church "Youth Want To Know Louia Bromfield Youth Want 1 o Know Lanny Ro Masters Gnif Tour. Lutheran Hour Mnatera Golf lour. Catholic Hour Catholic Hour American Forum American Forum News-Show Tunet How s Business Bob Considme Masters Golf Tnur. Opera Mine Onera M'i'ic Traitor Within Traitor Within Masters Golf Tour. Masters Golf Tour. Counlersnv Coiiniersiiv Masters Gnif Tour. Meet The Veep Juvenile .Inrv Juvenile Jurv Mv Son Jpeo Mi Son Jeep Aldrtch Fnmiy Aldrlrh Family Phll Harris Phil Harris Theater Guild JI heater Guild Theater Guild Theater Guild Dragnet Dragnet Lutheran rloui Lakemore Church Lakemore Church Musical Matinee Musical Matinee Records Tor Sunday Records for Sunday BUIv Graham Blllv Graham Records For Sunday ; Records for Sunday Music Halt I Music tiail-Ne.s The Shadow The Shadow True Detective True Detective Ohio Report Ohio Report 20 Questions 20 Questions Wallace Deuel Here's Tn Vets Little Svmphon LI'.tle Symphony Pres Eisehower Music Gosoel Crusad'i a Gospel Crusaders " Rescue Kingdom He'cue Kingdom WIIKK SIGNS Off Answers XX Proudly We Hall Proudlv We Hail Pentecost Ctiurrh Pentecost Church Barrle Crslsr Murrie Oral" That They Mav Live That They Mav Live News Clifton L'tlev Stars From Paris Stars From Paris Music Is Magic Music Is Magic Music Is Magic Music Is Magic over UHK (MW 12 00 News 12 It Hour n! St Franrtt 12 .30 Music for Sunday 1 00 Music Room ? on musk far Sunday 7 00 Sign Olf CHANCE WITHOl T NOTICE) WTAM (1100) HHKh 4U) National New s-Alldrews .lohnnv Andrew s .Inhnnv Andrews News-Andrews .Inhnnv Andrew s , lohnnv Andrews News-Andrews Andrew s-News Oienn Howell C ViiM Hnweil Kit c lien Club Victor Lmdiahr Welcome 'I'l'avrli r Welcome Traveler Double Or Nothing Double Or Nothing .strike It Rich Strike It Rich Phrnse That Pvs Bob Hope Karl Bate-News .loiinnv Aniresi s .lohnnv Andiew Jnhnnv Andrews Jnhunv Andrews .lohnnv Andrews Mildred A- Gloria Mildred A: Gloria ,iv MUtner Jav Mlltner Dae Ganowav Kukla-News Mutual Chanel Of The Air Munav-Go-Round New s. Mtirrav Murray -Go.Round Mllrrav-Go-Round Mm rav-New s Murrav-Go-Round Murrav-News Murrav-Go-Round Murrav-News Murrav-Go-Round Murrav-farm News Bark to Bible Hark to Bible Saddle Pals Baptist Temnle l adies Fair Fair-News Queen tor a Dav Ouren fora Pas' Curt Masset c i'siti.1 Conitr.efts 1f-l!o Barberton H"llo Barberton News-Song Sh.on (iarv's Song Shop Garv's Sne Shop Listen Ladies Mrlorlv Roundup Melody Roundup Melody Roundup M e 1 od yJ3 nmd u n Melodv Roundup Melodv Roundun Melody Rounduo Melodv Roundup Melodv Roundup Can Be Beautiful Road Ot Life Pepper Young RJght To Happiness Backstnge Wife S'ella Daila' V'idder Hrown Wnmnn In Mr House J :st Pla n Bill f innl Page Farrell I orenro Jones The Doctor's Wife Melodv Roundun Melodv Roundup Roundup-News Bunbv Benson Bohbv Renson Wild Bill Hlckok Wild Bill Hicknk E-AM (U50) .1 30 Mr. Akron 3 45 Flatter Matinee 4 00 News. Music 4 0 Mr. Akron 4 45 Musical Showce h 00 News 5 15 Music Room 5 45 Snorts I'M New-Muste (I no Bl CorrRl (I 45 Sixirts-Newa 7:00 SUnOtf BUSINESS raleulalorsi, comptomrtersi, rheik asleep and wakes up in time for Warren Guthrie. THE HUNGRY VIEWER : He grabs a bite to eat every tune there's a commercial. Th:. type is usually extremely heavy. ciallv if he watches tti late movies. THE HAITI MEUfR: He inalu-s so much noise laughing at the comedian's jukes (or his nun) that nolmdv else can hear the dialog. THE UNLUCKY VIEWER: He; waits all week to .see a special program. Just when it conies on. some friends )rnp in with then three children. , ll.p To Speak President Eisenhower's address keynoting the annual Pan-American Week observance throughout the West ei ti Hemisphere will he broadcast today by all radio networks. He will speak befoie n special meeting of the Council ! the Oicamzation of the American I ... . ' . ! States in the Pan-Amei n-an Build nig. Washington. WTAM will carry the talk ai U' .'iO p. m., WAKR at 6.30 and WIIKK at Special I' roc rams At the request of the Air Force. CBS' civil defense feature. "Bomb Target USA,'' will be repeated , over WADC at 10 tonight. Arthur Godfrey is the narrator James Stewart will lie heard In "The Traitor Within." a documentary drama to he presented t Today's Cleveland Indians-New York Giants exhibition , game will be broadcast by WAKR, starting at 1:55 p. m. The opening day New York Yankee-Washington Senators game will be televised by j WXEL Monday, starting at ! 3:00 p. m. ,wi(h ih ..nimernflnn it the Amer- ' at 4:30 p. m. today. The story ; deal with cancer research of yen-' terday, today and tomorrow Pennant chances of the leading j American and National League contenders will he aired on a spe-eial feature over WNBK at 3:30; n. m today. .Imimv Cannon of the New York Post and ex-Yankee Tommy Hem ich will be ' seen. There will also he film clips of the teams in Spring! 1 training 1 I "The Turnpike-How Soon?"; win ne ine topic of program called "Ohio Report" at 6 p. m. j today on WIIKK. State Sens. I Fred Danner of Akron and Joseph Bartunek of Cleveland. J. Cordon j McKay of the Ohio Turnpike , Commission and Atty. Robert Hamilton will he the speakers. I Television Resume 1 ' WNBK, Feature Film: ;.Tnhn Ireland and Ann Dvorak in j "Return of .le.Msie James." I 'i Wi:i.. Feature Film: , Itichard ( a r I so n noil .loan Fnn-taine in "liilt of Wcd I'ldnt." 4 - - WXEL, Prescription for Living: "Teeth for a Lifetime." 1:30 W t:VS, Omnihust: I.eo-! pold StukoHsiki condiK tH two ' x,vnidionie numhers. 5 WNBK, Theater: "Skipper , . . ' ,,'. of the Skies, storv of Nathaniel Rowditch, the man who charted the sea. fi M'XKL. Vou Are There: ( lis newsmen 'over the impeachment of President Andrew Jackson WNT.K. Meet the I'ress: Sen. I'rice Daniel faces the newsmen. 7:30 Vi;l, ABC Allium:! .ludire Learned Hand will describe! the work of legal aid societies for j the 4'iise history pla.v, "Justice," on this neu series FAVS, Private Secretary: Ann Sothern sipns the writer 4f a liest-cller 8 WKWS, Toast if the Town: Rex Harrison and Lilli Palmer, the University of Michigan C.lee Club and scenes from "Trouble Alonff the Way." WNBK. Comedy Hour; Eddie Cantor presents Gloria Grahame, Connie Russell and the Will Mastin Trio. 9 WNBK. TV Playhouse: Dane (lark stars as an ex-champion in "The Recluse," drama of the rinij . . WXKI, Rockv King;: "Ordeal by Fire." WKWS, Fred Waring: Soprano Vnlarie Iimoree, guest. 9:30 - WXEL. Plainclothes-man: ''The Incriminating' Glove." ... WKWS, Alan Young: Uncle Douglas' arrival bodes ill for Alan. 10 WXKL, Arthur Murray: Dorothy Sarnoff and comedian Ken Whitmer, guests WF.WS, Foreign Intrigue; Jerome Thor In "Intrigue In Free (iermanv." 10::!0 - WNBK. Victory at Sea: "Target Suribachi." behind-the-scenes operation for the capture of Iwo Jlma and battle for the island. tl WNBK. Feature Film: William Marshall and Ricardo Corte. In "Blackmail." W XKL. Feature Film: Kane Richmond and Barbara Reed In "The Shadow Returns." 11:15 WEWS, Feature Film; Sally Nichols and Kenneth Duncan in "Loaded Dice." rwmTTawri i MC")VLU,"r AS-F all spds- 33-45-78 pM- )h ' $125 TRADE-IN For 16" TV On All Admiral Consoles For A Limited Time Only r ...tv1::.! Admiral .ftAAoSB 1 252" compared to 245" A JLiS I TRADE-INS MUST BE I B 1 rm"WL 7 " 4 IN GOOD CONDITION A j B Ij' For 21" TABLE MODEL g I Admiral Authorized Service Sunday g Call If' A-8-202 1 ' : ) V ":4 ! j V I . - r ! N 'Or' fey VfJ Commentator .John Cameron Swayze and his family appear in the travel series, "Sightseeing with the Swayzes," at 5:30 p. m. Sundays on WNBK. They are (left to right) John Jr., John, Tuffie and daughter Suzanne. Today they will show scenic wonders of Florida. TELEVISION SIMIAl, APRIL l. VM?K-TV" Channel t" H -1 ) 'If -t P:C!frn WEWS-TV 10 no TVSiinrihv School Hi 10 RPlKfinus Fl.m 1 1 00 Wi-.-tern Fil n 12 0 ) ( if r.e Carrol! 1 00 Ho.ka Pa 1 acif 2 f O ( luce IjiJ'iri A Tirr.e 2 1 .1 Your n Hfjmr 2 !0 Fun With Cha-adps : 00 WHU T('lProllrp .1 30 University Circlp 4 00 Crusade In Pacifie 4 i0 Omnibus 8 CO Rnrize Rirler 6 "'0 Sep It Nov. 1 00 Opup Autrv " 10 Private Spi rrtarr a 00 Toan of Toon q 00 FrP'l Waring 1 30 Alan Yonr.i! 10 00 Foreign Intrig'.p 10 to What s Mv Line 11 00 News 11 IS Feature Film lu (jil I nil." Hid ''' in Norman V Pm. 10 4i vtr winr ,11 '.' M'i"ic ('"' 11 ; 1 1 10 rainain Midnight : I.' 00 ('klti'iilc Hour 12 III Fcii' Yo-.i 1 Oil t-'pRtLir Film ' 2 1o A nit'i ir.. 11 Fornm I .1 r0 1 pi hni-Scipnre I .1 10 I'lav Bali ; 4 no Kiikia. Fran, oilie j 4 0 no Vm rade no f hfu'pr ' 5 ::o acflMonUnrl . '., 4.. Bill !! nrv 00 MpH The Prp n 6 '.'0 Km RotPr 1 00 Hrrl Shrllon 1 -0 Mr PppoPr 8 Oil C'.iniPdv Hour !l 00 1 V V,b iiolic 1(1 00 Hip Donor 10 n Violnr-. At Sr 1 1 00 Fpio iip 1-nin t: is ni MO.NDAV, WM'.h-TV APRIL IS Channel 4 WLWS-TV 30 Test Pattern ; on 'n-fd,.v I 9 00 feature film lu 00 fun.' Dor.ii School ! 10 30 ChKiin Children ill no llnini Cooking 1110 Cant Glenn ! 12 00 Neu... Cnnllr 12 30 M -I Bvrns i 1 00 P)a holi: e i 2 15 ,Ioe Por'-iro B 30 Newn-Wlnga Of Sonus 9 00 Wentern Reserve U, y 30 Beautv For You 10 00 Arthur Gndfrev 1 1 00 In Everv Fanillv 11 30 Strike It Rich 12 00 Bride And Groom 13 15 Love OI Life 12 to Search 1 4i Guiding 1 00 Women 2 30 N..nrv Dixon 2 45 Chet Lorenzo 3 00 Break The Bank .3 30 Welcome Traveler 4 00 Kate 6mlth 5 00 Ha? kin fallt S IS flahbv Havei 5 30 Hovdv Dooriv 1 .30 fiarrv Monre 2 no Double Or Nothing 2 30 Art Llnkietter .3 00 Big Pavoti .3 .30 Mixing Bowt 4 00 Feature Film 5 no Unrle Jake S 30 Time For BeautT R 45 Dinner Platter Broadcasts Confusing 4J To Swede Beacon Jotirnal-t'hiragn HallT News Service CHICAGO- A visiting Swedish , news executive says he finds American radio and television broadcasts "rather confusing." The reason: ''They mix news, cultural things, entertainment and advertising all together. It's enough to make your head whirl." He is Col. Olof Edvard Sutidell, director of the Swedish News Agency. j He an lan Modlg, managing director of the Swedish News-i paper Publishers Association, are touring the I nited States as part of the State Department's educa-: tioual exchange program. ' Sundell explained that in Swe-i den there is little or no advertls-! ing on the radio, i Swedish radio is controlled by ;.a government monopoly. After visiting the Chicago Daily News Thursday Sundell said he was "highly impressed" with i American newspapers. "You cover lots of news, both ; foreign anil domestic, in your pa-: pers," he said, "much more than I we do. "I think that your papers make it jKissihle for Americans to be very well informed." SERVICE DAY or NIGHT PO-6435 I'HA.NK M'MNtK Oerrer Vsed TV'e WHU A Goarantee WARRANTY SERVICE CO. Mj E. Exehange t e- i ! (fff Thit Werk'n KfH Sp,,er'f2 -VfVTU aVl I lf I 1 M s,r IIN' nN TOP OF TH KTA Jf asTl l M rV HZaf WnRI.Il.ea Paul, Mary lord J i fHf (VV I HE WHO HAS IOVK II j Kfli j The Foor IjiHs 111 rJf ROM N( lluto Winterhsller as"vlerV 1 RfTI C'AVARV Klorlan Zabaeh "Waaisaseaaissses" s. I a somfbodv stoik mv riAl. Populor Hillbilly V f ju -Johnnie Rar Polka Clastical AW HI'SH-A-BVE Stan Renton Oljero !?.. 4 - 7 i - . 4 & SCHEDULE Channel 5 WXEL-TV Channel 9 10 30 Te.-t Pa! tern I 1 no Fal'i) For ToriiT 1 1 30 t'hristoni'.rri II 4.1 N- 1 00 HlDDodromt 12 '10 CtpivmI 1 00 Seminar 1 :io I..rit- Camera 2 no Fpaiore Film 4 no pnT For Ltvm 4 30 Audition Ambition on Huoer Circus IS 00 You Are There 30 Snort.- Snecial 4i Walter Wiml'l r no Y'l i A-'Ked For It , " 30 ABC Alhiim a no All-Siar Nfti !i no Rocy King o in pi Mvlot he.-iran !0 00 Arthur Mtirrav in 30 Rose Show 10 4S chnstonher 1 1 on Ft ature Film Channel 5 WEXL-TV 9 30 Test Pattern 10 30 Feature Film 12 li All For You 12 30 KeYra and Boh 1 00 Feature Film 3 00 Alice Weston 3 30 N. Y -Wash Gam 5 30 Desert Deputy ' Tomorrow Light s Window Telephone 1 To Translate? PASADENA, Cal. CP' The telephone of the future? Mark R. Sullivan, San Francisco, president and director of the Pacific Telephone &. Telegraph Co., said in an address: "Just what form the future telephone will fake is, of course, pure sieculation. Here is my prophecy: "In its final development, the telephone will he carried about by the individual, perhaps as we cany a watch today. It probably will require no dialer equivalent, and I think the users will be able to see each other, if they want, as they talk. "Who knows but what it may actually translate from one language to another?" Simulcast 2:30 WTAM and WNBK, American Forum: The presidents of New York City's four colleges discuss "How Should Academic, Freedom Be Assured?" TABLE PADS We rut down and recover your old pad. Trade. na acrfplrd. M call with nampltM at nt itra rot. Kuhurban calls made. One wrrk dflivrry. MIRRORS and GLASS TOPS For All Furniture Regal Table Pad Co. r.stahlished PHONE i n.t.- HE-4581 Metropolitan fall Any Time Blrf(. Ineluitlnf Sundar Channel 9 V Vfl- W Radlo Resume TALK I -Piano Concerto No. 1 in Dfiden. game. 1 WTAM. Youth Wants Toi.. 6-WADC. Theater of Stars: Know; Dr. Konrad Adenauer.! . UT... Mv Son Jeep: The ' Ronald Reagan in "New Man." chancellor of West Germany, ' " A- '' ' ' , i n .nr Mv Little Mar- faces the youngsters. hoy help hi, aiMer .ubaMute for 8.S0-W ADC. My Llttte M.r s-..- ... .t.i.ith. rn,U In a kitchen crisis. ! Rie: A parrot play. prank on John Dalv'ii ummarv of week's! neuii. i -:t(iWHKK n Ouestinn-iGav Soprano Blanche Thebom visits the panel. ":30 WAKR, People Act: How S3 farm families became a town of Tin Top, Tex., by facing and acting- upon their mutual needs. 9-WAKR, Walter Winchell: Beginning a series from the West Coast. 9:30 WHU, Answers for Amer-icaiis: ''Does Russia Really Want Peace?" 10:45 WAKR. Tree at My Window: Special program commemorating World Jewish Children's Day presented by B'nos Cliapter of Mizrachi Women. MUSIC-VARIETY 1:15 W-HKK. Lanny Ross: Singing with the Al Fanelli Quartet. 2 WADC, Nvmplionette: Cham-Inade's "(iuitare" and Mendelssohn' "Confidence.' 2:30 -WADC, New York Phil- Pre Cast Non Skid Concrete Steps and Porches Ornamental Railings Low in Cost Free Estimate Bonders' Inquiries Invited Phone m-mi WUHEMAN & CO. 1310 Lakeshore. Blvd., Akron s l Z ReatitifT w and Old f Homei 2 5 W-'C?- SAUE , SAFETY 1 -?5r i' i ! i ' h t mi n : 'l ' ii fcjoU .mivsv. Erf " Akron" t Largest-Akron Ouned Benefits Provided by Your Reserve Hospital Plan Reserve other ' Age Limit 1 DAY TO 80 YEARS Hospital Plani Plan Hospital Jioom ifclO a Day for Each $1 onn Accident and Sickness up to 180 Days loUU T f Operating Kooin Full Cost ? t Surgical DressingH ; Full Cost M jlypodoriiiics Full Cost, TT Use of Iron Lung KViTl Cost ? t ' Surpiiial Fees Tor Operations up to UlTT Vl Special Nurse Expense (for Accidents) , ,;,o TT Ambulance Service To and From Hospital up to $.i la. 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