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January 14, 1962

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 26

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Television Programs for Week Ending January 20 — CENTRAL STANDARD TIME Sunday Day • 7:45 AM *e— TV Chapel * 7:60 AM 6 —Morning News 1 8:00 AM .6— Bibft Time ^6— Oral Roberts 8:16 AM J2—Devotions 8 20 AM .S—Thought for the ' 8 25 AM S-12—News 8;30 AM •2r -8afarl ft —Thf American Bceno •6 —Industry on Parade •7— Chrtstinn Science •12— Sacred Heart 8 45 AM •6-Christian Science •1 - Christophers • 12 -To Know The Truth 9 00 AM •2 -12-1 amp Unto My •4—Religious Services .6— Helislon In Life .6-Mass lor Shut-ins .7 -Thi» iR The Lite .B -Oreal Hymns 9 15 AM .S Outlook 9 30 AM J!-!2 T.ook Up and I.lve f> Li'.i- liiicl l.enrn Pnnnn '6 CotttemporHry Crafts •()• Pf-fiple's Choice 10 00 AM 2 -12 Can.em Ihree 4— Thli Is The Life 5-- Hol'llers nt Fortune (v- fiulrlepftf;t.s For Youth 7 TuKboiit Annie 9-LiIe of Rilev 10 30 AM 2 Areent 4 - Comlci B- Alrlr.in Patrol 8 -Terns Talk 7-1,nn of the Mohicans 9 Honevrnooners 12-An.s»rr for Today Ifl 55 AM 2 -News 11 no AM 2 -4 —Bulifleri Showrn o .', Kit Kii;'.,n 6 Pin flu 7 Iv:. nh'M- !) ripir'h llo'ir IE S'li'li-n'-. hum MiT',:,r\ I : Ml AM 2 — W a * 111 n tr I o n Cfinver.-.atlon • fjporls Chii) 5 I onu J'.l.i, Silvf-r 7 Oiit'-r Hpiii" Ihentie 12 Ro/ri arirl RtuUby II 45 AM 4 Nfftf 11 55 AM 2 - News 12 nn N..„n 2 Fllrtj Ajipoln I ri.''r.' ill Hii!h finclne n.in f 1 Herhliv 4 Bowiinu 5 Heckle anfl .ler kle fi St, I-raiiciH 7 Innlrle cntinnel U H WhIrlyhiKh 12 - Pop." Theuier 12 30 P.VI 2 .John Urow n •< Borlv 5 Ciilhollr Hour fl - Public Conferenre 7 rhamplori'.lilii liri'lKO 9 Bunrlny Miinr.eo 1 00 P.M 2- Pehutiiil 4 Pllrn. 'Wee Oorrlle"-- Hlll Trnvers. AlnHtalr Hirn B Film. "Desert Hnntli" Flalph Meeker, .John Cnrradu.e TBA FJook.H nnrl Prent Operation World Wltle 1 30 PM J-12 Spori« Hpeclneuliir fi-7 Meet li.e Prtife.i.Mir 2 00 PM n 7 Direct lofis II .Hilrr.l Herviie IB (••irillncnial Kinn 2 30 P.M 4-5 Pro-liiiwl Foolhiiil I lame r: 7 KdlUir'H C'hoife 0 l;o»n Vou rill 3 00 PM 2-12 Wonderful World of Oolf fi-7 NsucH and Answer.s B - liowlinir 3 30 PM B friiampionshlp Powling 7 Press Internatlonalt; 8 30 PM 2-12— Jack Benny 9—Robert HcrrldKO 18—Bowling Ouccns B :00 PM 2 -12—Candid Camera 4-5 -Theatre 82 6 -7—Adventures in Par' Bdl.ie 9—Great Mu«lr 18—Harbor Command 9 30 PM M2-Whar.i My Line 18- Film. "That Uncertain Feeling" — Melvyn DouKlns, Merle Oberrui • 10.00 PM 2-4-5-7-0-12- Neu.l, Weather, Rnor!« 6 King of [Jlamoruls 10 15 P.M 2- Film, 'firaipi-.i of Wrath"- Henry Ponria. Jane barwell 5 Film. "The Harlem Cllobetroller'i' Harlem rjlobet roi i r rs 7 Film, •She Coukln t Say No" Robert Mllchum. .lean Biminon« B-"F'ilm. "RtrnnKeri on I he Train" Fariev firanKer, Ruth Roman 12 Film. "Arch of Triumph' Ingrirl Bergman, Cliarle^ Boycr 10 20 PM 4 Film. • Whilr ihe Cii y Sleep-' D.iiia Antlrew. Mil I.u[ilno 10 30 P.M fi Miami 1,'it'ie! (0% er I 1 00 CM 6 Film. "Horrowful .lone'. " Lucille Hfil!. Rob Hope 18 NeWH 11.45 P.M 12 -Almanac 11 50 P.M 8-12-- News II 55 PM 5 Film. "DraKondv Hriuarlron'- Harbara lint ton 7 Playback 12 Chapel 12 00 MIdnUiht 2 Film, "'riiundirblrd.s" nene Tlernev, Pre-ton Fouler fi .News 7 New York Confidential 12 15 AM 0 New.s 12 30 AM 7- Mahnlia Jackson 1 15 AM 5 Chnpel 2 20 AM 2 New.K 2 25 AM 2 MedUiuioii 9:00 PM 2—1 flee ChicaRO 4-5-Thrllk'r 6-7—Ben Casey 9—HlRhway Patrol 10—International Prospects 12 —Hennessey 18— NlRht Court 9:30 PM 9 -Dr. Preston Bradley 12- -I've Got a Secret 10 15 PM 2—Film,* "Tarzan and the Huntreis ' Johnny Wclsmuller, Brenda Joyce 4 - Border Patrol 9 Film, "Raton Pass"— 12 Dennis Mornan, Patricia Neal . 12 Hong Kong ^ 18 I'atricia Stevens 10 20 PM 6 Film. "Experiment ^ Perilnu'; • lledy " 1 amarr, (leorge Bii'iii 10 30 PM , 7 F-lIm, • Haw Ueul '— •• flemilR 0 Keele " 18 -Film. "Tngi-iher Aijaln' Irene Dunne. Charles 2 Iloyer 11 15 PM 12 Mlkr. Hammer I I 15 I'.M 12 I- ,iin ' .^n American I l.iK'-flV 12 00 .Vlidnluhl 9 Finn Nanry Drew, I : (iubl''.sliOfif.er" 12 A.r7iMi..ie Ni-w.srcel 12 05 AM 12 - News 12 20 AM 5 Border I'atiol C - Ni w.s 12 30 AM 9 -Nnw.s 12.35 A,M 6- Chapel 1 15 AM 0 Five Mlnuten to Live By 1 50 AM 2 .Neu.': 1 55 A.M 2 Mi'dilal.r.ii In 10 20 PM 6— Film. "Reunion France"—John •Wayne. Joan Crawford 10:30 PM 7— Film, "Appointment In Herlln^'—Oeorge Sanders 11:15 PM 12—M-Squad 12:00 Midnight 6 —News 12--Almannc NewsrccI 12 05 AM 2- Film. "Illegol Traffic" J Carrol Nalsh, Robert Preston News 12 10 AM Film. "Appointment Wiih Destiny" — Mona Freeman 12 15 AM Film. "E.scHpe from Crime " Richard Travis 1 30 AM New • PIve iMtnule.s To Live By 1 35 AM Meditation Tuesday Monday 7 12 4 00 PM 2-12 -Ted Mack 8 Championship Bildge 7 Wide World of Hportn 9 Film. "Conlirlential Agent ' 18 LIvinK Faith 4 30 P.M 3-12 Colleue Bowl 18 Crossrna rls 5 00 PM 2 Iweniii'llr Ceiiluiy Cecil ;trn! Beany Dr. Chri.stuin 5 30 I'M 2 .Ml In iMl Way of Thinking 1. 2 ;i (W. ! MavelUK 1 IIA If.e HlK Pii I lire I. (ill I'M I a- N- Nc»' .H|.'irls. V,<iiil,i r B'.iilw ll.K lO .St| jjc ri a : •S-ni-l Fiurcrs.s r, 10 I'.M 2 Dei.I .• th. Ml <• . V..1.' DIM.cy 8 15 AM 10 - Parlons Francals S 20 AM 7 Miihaliii .lacki-on 8 25 AiM 7 News B.45 AM 10-Topl(.- 0 00 A.M 10—Cieneial H( n-nce 8 30 AM 0 Film, • ChlcaKO Deadline" Aiiin LiuUI. Donna Reed B 45 AM 10—Amcrn:nnR At Work 10 00 AM 9 Film, "Ever In My Heart" Barbara Stiinwyck, Ralph Llellaniv 10 iilolOKV 10 30 AM 10— Retrospect 11.00 AM 10 -U. fi HlMi.iy 11 30 AM 10 Alt 12 15 P.M 10-Parlous (''lancals 12 45 P.M 2-12 PassWfilil 10 Viilcd Hkeiihbook 1:11) PM lO—Parloiis J. 111 iif:ui3 1 30 PM lO-Herb Haki. 2 05 P.VI HI - Sclen. I- 2 25 I'M 10 I'otpouill 2 30 I'M 10--Hpanish 3.00 I'.M 10 —Video Hkii. hbouk 3 30 PM 10—Abniii .4(1.oua 10- Hcrltiii;!- •I 00 AM 4 I'ilrn, I-J.iriiii.i; I-'uiy"' 4 07 I'.M 5 Film. Niik..! HI reel" Atillionv t^uiiiii, !• .11 li-y ( if iihi.' 1, Aiiii'* Ifaiicf.jli, 4 10 I'M 2 Film. K.V^ ii! Ihe N IK 111 ' KU'A.illl Ali.olil 5 30 I'.M rj t^iilck Dniw McCiraw ]» You AI '• "I In-i c 5 45 I'M 10 Ameui.ins At Work (1 00 I'M '17 FxiiC.Ill loh 11 li.ii kii hi 11 > Hound 111 Robin Hod I) 10 I',VI 7 12 To I .!( !ho TruUl •\ ".V.iv ol 'I hiok.nx I- a: iiii- :toi rh- a :..,:i-:.K ' w Jr , .liti.i io F.Hie t" ivv •; 00 P.M Hi...-..Ill ' • ol • i.e t V of I 'he l-i:in. ( l.aiii Lilel .ii.c / 00 I'M I'.'. ;LI .1 1 l(..li. 1 " K. I e of a l(,v, r I.. K.iUl I . 1. Ma 11 I'M 8 30 A.M 10 Heritage B 00 AM 10 -tii-neiiii Science 9 30 AM C Film, "The NlKhl of Jan 10""- Ellen Drew, R.jbert Preyton fl 4.-) A,M lO-U. N Review 10 00 AM 9 Film, "MoonliKht on Ihe Pia.rle •- Ulck Foi an 10- Bloloxy 10 30 AM lO-Skelcli BOOK 1 I 00 A .M 10 ~U. B HlKtoi y I 1 .30 AiVI 10 -Art 12 15 PM 10-Fooil I-or l.ilo 12 4r> P.VI 11; Ordeal t)V I'lrn 1 15 P.Vl 10 - Parlons 1-1 .meals 1 30 PM 10 - I'otpoiii 11 1 40 P.VI 10- Hclenci- 2 05 PM 10 - Spanish • 2 20 PM 10- Polpoui11 2 25 PiVI 10—Pliysii ill Kiiucallon J 00 PM 10—AKO ol cnerklll 3 30 I'.M lO-Ciouniict 10 4 1)0 PM 4 Film. Hiiwii.ii Rose" Hill Williams 4 0," P.VI 5 l'":lrii I li-,i.Mjie of ,V|.,lil|. f"l isli, " 4 111 PM 2 liiiti. ("lai eiiCL'"' 5 30 PM 12 VriKi liiiii la .Jill CiiKie 5 4j P,VI 10 ("lafr. 11 00 PM 7 J' II s ("oille 1) Vom iiiiii IH Hawkeye (i 30 PM 2 Mhishal DUlun 4-"» I.ariimie 11 7 Duns Bunny 12 -Sea Hunt 18 Film, "Voice of the Intruder" 7 uo PM 2-12 - Pas.sword ii-7 Bin iirior F'athcr I) B-a Hunt 10- (louiiiii't 10 7 30 P.M 2-12 - Dohie fiillis 4 AUri-d llilrlirork 0-7 The New Breed ii • Klnt; ol Dmiiiunds 8 00 PM 2-l2--Red Hkelion 4 5 DiCk I'ow.ll 9 Cimarron Citv in |.i„„l For Lite 18 I'liiyhoire « 30 PIM , 2 -12 lehnboil and Mo ft "rrackdowii 7 -YoiiiH lor a Song 10—Music 18 - Wie.MliiK U 00 PM 3-I3-Oaiiy Miioro Show 4 .Shannon 5 ("ain"s Huiiriri'd 11-7 Alioa I'rilnli-lP ii Han l'"riiiiciM o Beat 10 - Sliakesiieure U 30 I'lVI 4 Plonr'cr-i w Your liight to Say It 10 Four Heoru I.' M Hound lii Film. "Piirilon My Past" Freil MiiiMumiy 10 15 PM I ;in. "Ihe Brldr? V, Bonis"' li.iihitru Hliinwyck, It'.liiit Cuniiningfl t .! in lliiekiis K I- .llii The Actress"' ... .spi III er Trai v, Jean ^| trini.ii'-. "1 liny I'CKII.S 1.: I • I \ I I boat Wednesday 8 15 AM 10-Parioiis Francals 8 45 AM lO—Americans At Work 0 00 AM 10—Speech 9 15 AM 10—Topic 9 30 AM 6- Film, "Young Dr. Kildare" Lew Ayrcs, Lionel Barrymore 8:45 AM 10—Gateway 10 00 AM 9- Film. "Dance, Charlie, Dance Ulenda Fill rell 10 -Spanish Quarter 10 15 AM 10 —Air Force Story 10 30 AM 10-8pani.sh Quarter 11 00 AM 10-Sketehbook 11 30 AM 10 —Science 12:15 PM 10—Parlons Francals 12 45 PM 4-Ciretchen Colnlk 10—Retrospect 1:00 PM 10—Spanish Quarter 1:1S PM 10-U.N. Review 1:30 PM 10— Parlonn Francals 1:45 PM 10—Designed For Vou 2:08 PM 10—Physical Education 2:16 PM . 9—The Doctor Answers 2:25 PM 10—Potpourri 2:30 PM 10— Spanish 3 :00 PM 10— Ordeal By Plro 3:30 PM 10— Jazz 4:00 PM 4—Film, "Ring of Pear" — Pat O'Brien, Clyde Bcatty 4:07 PM 5 -Fllm, "The Square Ring"— Joan Collins, Kay Kendall 4:30 PM 2— Film, "Here I Am A Stranger"—Richard Oreene, Brenda Joyce 0 :30 PM 12—Huckleberry Hound 18—Your Neighbor 8:45 PM 10—n ,N, Review 6 .00 PM 7— Rough Riders 9—[tocky and his Friends 18—Men of Annapolis 6 .30 PM 2-12—The Alvln Show 4-5—Wagon Train 6-7 —News Special 7 .00 PM 2-12—Father Knows Best 6-7— Straightaway u—Mr. Magoo 10—No Doubt About It 7 :30 PM 2-12—Checkmate 4-5—Joey Bishop B -7— Top Cat 0—Adventure 8:00 PM 4-5—Perry Como 6-7— Hawaiian Eye 0—Tightrope 18—Ranch Party 8 30 PM 2-12 -Dick Van Dyko u —Mike Hanimei 18—Texas RassUn' 9:00 PM 2-12 -Circle Theatre 4-5—Bob Newhari 0 -7— Naked City 9—Death Valley Days 10 —Significant Persons 9:30 PM 4-5—Brinklcy's Journal 9—Manhunt 10—Age Of Overkill 18 - prim, "The Walls Came Trembling"— Lee Bowman 10:19 PM 2—Film, "On Such A Nlghf-Orant Richards 4—Shotgun Slade 9—Film, "Carbine Williams"—Wendell Corey, James Arness, Jean Hagen 12—Wire Service 10:20 PM 8—Film, "Men of Boy's Town"—Spencer Tracy, Lee J, Cobb, Mickey Rooney 10:30 PM 7—Film, "Adam Had Pour Sons"—Ingrld Bergman, Warner Baxter 11:15 PM 12—Manhunt 11:46 PM 2—Film, "Broadway Rhythm"—Oeorge Murphy 12—Dr. Brothers 12:00 Midnight 12—Almanac Newsrecl 12:05 AM 12—News 12:15 AM 9—News 12:30 AM 9—Film, "Torchy Runs For Mayor"—Barton MacLane, Glenada Farrell 1:00 AM 7—News 1:30 AM 9—Five Minutes Live By 1:55 AM 2-News 2—Meditation to Thursday 8:30 AM 10—Alaska 9:00 AM 10 —Science 9:30 AM 6— Film. "Affair With A Stranger"—Jean Simmons, Victor Mature 9:45 AM 10— U.N. Review 10:00 AM 9— Film, "Wine, Women, and Horses""—Barton MacLane, Ann Sheridan 10 -Biology 10:30 AM 10— Americans at Work 11:00 AM 10— D.S. History 11:30 AM 10— Music 12:15 PM 10— Sketchbook 12:45 AM 10— Four Score 1:15 PM 10— Parlons Francals Monday Through Friday 6:35 AM 2— Thought lor the Uav 5.40 AM 2 —New.s 5:45 AM 2 —Farm Report U 00 AM 2-College of Air •1 —Continental Cla.ssrnpm 6.15 AM 5 —Meditations 6.20 AM 5—Town and Farm 0:30 AM 2—Seminar 61 5 —Continental Cla,s»room 7.00 AM 2— News, Weather 4 -5— Today Show 7:15 AM 12—Devotions 7:20 AM 7 —Mahalla Jackson 12-i'arm Report 7 25 AM 5-7-12- News 7 30 AM 2 -Popevi'H Firehou.se 7 —Clock Hhow 9-Farm-City Forecast 12 -College of the Air 7:40 AM 0 —Devotions 7:45 AM 8—RFD 6 9—News 7:50 AM 6—News 7:55 AM 2—Junior News Room 7—Clock News 9—Five Minutes to Live By 8 00 AM 2-12—Captain Kangaroo 8- Cartoon Alley 9 —Hugs Bunnv 8:25 AM 7 —News 8 30 AM 7—Deputv Dawif 9 00 AM 2—Calendar 4 —Wonian"s World 5-Hav When 3—Jack LuLanne Show 7 - Here.s aeraldina B Trei ton House 12 —Romper Room 8 30 AM 2 I l.ovf: LiK V 4-5-Play Your Hunch 7 - Jobblewoi kv Place B Kxerelses 10 - Arllhmi'llc 9 55 AM 7—Mahnlia Juck.son 10 00 AM 2 Video Village 4-5 Priie Ls Right 7 -Creative Cookerv 12 Burn.s and Allen 10.26 AM 7—Mahalla Jackson 10 30 AM 2 Your Surprise Package 4-5 Concentration 7 Woinans World Open House 10 45 AM Parlons Francals AM 12 10 10 55 2-12-Neus 11 00 AM 2-12 Love ol Life 4-5 - Your I'lrsl I mpression 5—Cainoullugo 7—The Texan 9—Best of Uroucho 11:30 AiM 2-12—Search lor Tomorrow 4-5—Truth or Consequences 6-7—Yours tor a Song e—Art Linkletter 11:45 AM 2-12—Guiding Light B—News 11:55 AM 4-5—News 12:00 Noon 2—News 4—Mid-day 5—Todd's Time 6—News 7—Camouflage 9-Bozo Circus 12—Susie 12:15 PM 2—Leo Phillip 12:30 PiVf 2-12—As the World Turns 1-Weather 5 Bold Journey 6-7—Make a 1- ace 12.35 PM 4—Mid-Day 12:40 PM 5—News, Weather 1:00 PM 2-12- Password 4-5—Jan Murray 6-7—Day In Court 9— Virginia Gale 1:25 PM 4-5-6-7—News 1:30 PM 2-12—House Party 4-5—Loi'etta Young S—Divorce Court 7—December Brldo 2:00 PM 2-12—Millionaire 4 —Woman"s World 5 —Young Dr. MalonB 7 -Jane Wynian 10-Potpuui ri 2 .30 PM 2-12—The Verdict Is Yours 4-5—Our Five Daughters 6-7—Seven Keys 9—Divorce Court 2:45 PM 10—Cofli'e Break 2 55 PM 2-12—News 3:00 PM 2-12—The Brighter Day 4-5—Make Room for Daddv 6-7—Queen for a Day 3.15 PM 2-12—The Secret Storm 3 30 PM 2-12—The Edge of Night 4-5—Here's Hollywood 6-7—Who Do You Trusf 0— Our Miss Brooks 3.55 PM 5 —News 4.00 PM 2 —Burns and Allen 4-Tlieater at Four 5- Kukla and OUlo 6-7 —American Band.siand 9—Three Stooges 12—Punky and His Puis 18—Mac The Mailman 4:30 PM 10—What"s New 12—Pops Theater 4:50 PM 8-7—American Newsstand 5:00 PM 6—Popeye 7—Love That Bob 9—Garfield Goose 10—Children's Pair 5:30 PM 6—Rocky and His Friends 7—News 10—Parlons Francals (except Friday) 5:45 PM 4—Huntley-Brlnkley 6—Len O Connor B—Kukla and OUle 7-9 —News, Weather, Sports 6:50 PM 6—Wizard of Oz 5.55 PM 2—Weather 4—Whirlybirds (except Monday I 6.00 PM 2-5—News, Weather 4-12—News. Weather, Sports 10—Biology 6:15 PM 2—Douglas Edwards 5—Huntley-Brlnkley 6:25 PM 6— News (Except Monday) 6:30 PM 9—Dick Tracy 10—Algebra 7:30 PM 10—American Government 10:00 PM 2-4-5-6-7-0—News, Weather. Sports 12—News. Sports 10:15 PM 5—Jack Paar 7—Alex Dreier 10.45 PM 4— Tonight In Milwaukee 11:00 PM 4—Jack Paar 18-Debble Drake U:45 PM 12—Dr. Brothers (except Friday) 18—Bruce Kaimz Reports 12 00 Midnight 4-5- News 7—Norman Ross 12:05 AM 6—Lcn O'Connor 12:10 AM 7—Dr. Brothers 12.15 AM 7—Marty Faye 12:20 AM 6—News 12:30 AM 5—Not For Hire 12.35 AM 8— TV Chapel (except Friday) 12 45 AM 5-Blg Story 1 00 AM 7—Mahalla Jackson (except Friday) 1.05 AM 7—Marly Faye 115 AM 6—Byline 1:30 PM ID—Potpourri 1:40 PM 10-Muslc 1:65 PM 10—Potpourri 2:00 PM 4—Special for Women 2:05 PM 10—Spanish 2:20 PM 10—Potpourri 2:25 PM 10— Science 3:00 PM 10—Ask About Schools 3:30 PM 10— Orecn Thumb 4:00 PM 4— Film. "Stormy Weather"— Lena Home 4:07 PM . 5 -Fllm, "The Man From Cairo"—Oeorge Raft 10—Wisdom 4:30 PM 2— Film, "Faithful In My Fashion"— Donna Reed, Tom Drake 5:30 PM 12—Bozo And Stubby 5:45 PM 10— Crafts 6:00 PM 7— December Bride 9—Quick Draw McOraw 18—West Point 6:30 PM 2-12 -Phllharmonlo Concert 4-5— Outlaws 8-7— Ozzle and Harriet 18— Racket Squad 7:00 PM 8-7— Donna Reed 9—Trouble Shooters 10— Open Book 18— BIK Story 7:30 PM 2-12— Bob Cummlngs 4-5— Jimmy DoolUtle 6-7— Real McCoys 9—Bat Masterson 18— Movie Museum 8:00 PM 2-12— Tell It To Groucho 6-7— My Three Sons 9—Outdoors 10— Green Thumb 18 —Cannonball 8:30 PM 2-12— Gertrude Berg 4-5— Hazel 6—Death Valley Days 7— Margie 9—Man and the Challenge 10— Way off Broadway 18— Wrestling Champions 9:00 PM 2-12— CBS Reports 4-5— Sing Along with Mitch 6-7— Untouchables 9— Wild Cargo 10— Shakespeare 9:30 PM 9 —Rlpcord 10— College News 18— Film, '"Ladles In Retirement"— Ida Lupino 10:15 PM 2— Film. "Somewhere, I'll Find You"—Clark Gable, Lana Turner 4— Phil Silvers 3 —Film, "Breakthrough" —David Brian, John Agar, Prank Lovejoy 12 —Film, "Desparate Journey' —Errol Flynn. Ronald Reagan 10:20 PM 6— Film, "Beau Gcste"— Gary Cooper, Susan Hayward, Ray Milland 10:30 PM 7— Film, "Second Chance"—Robert Mltchum, Linda Darnell. Jack Palance 11:45 PM 12— Dr. Brothers 12.00 Midnight 9- News 12 —Almanac Newsreel 12 05 AM 12 —News 12:10 AM 4- Film. "The Girl of the Limberlost" 12:15 PM 7 —News 0—Film. "Over the Wall" -Dick Foran, Ward Bond 12:30 AM 2— Film, "Her Ma.ster"s Voice" 12:35 AM 6— Film, ""My Forbidden Past"'—Robert Mltchum, Ava Gardner 1:15 AM 9— Five Minutes To Live By 1:50 AM 6— Chapel 2 :05 A.VI 2— News 2 10 AM 2— Meditation 7:00 PM 8-7— Hathaways 9— Aquanauts 10 —Golden Years 18 —Playhouse 7:30 PM 2-12— Route 68 4-5 —Detectives 6-7— FUntstones 10— AlaHka 18— Wrestllnu from Buffalo 8:00 PM 6-7—77 Sunset Strip 9 —One Step Beyond 10— Ragtime Era 8:30 PM 2-12— Father of the Bride 4-5 —Dinah Shore 9 —Suspicion 18 —Broken Arrow 9:00 PM 2-12— Twilight Zone 6-7 —Corrupters 10— Festival of Arts 18— New York Confidential 9:30 PM 2-12— Eyewitness 4 —rightrope 5— Hero and Now 9— Third Man 18 —Seven League Boots 10:15 PM 2— Film, "My Sister Eileen"-Janet Leigh, Jack Lemmon 4— Rlpcord 9 —Film. "Mara Maru"— Errol Flynn, Ruth Roman, Raymond Burr 12 -Film. "Gunflghtcr" • —Gregory Peck 18— Bowling 10:20 PM 6— Film. "Ounga Din"— Carry Grant, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. 10:30 PM 7— Film. "Isle of the Dead"—Boris Karloff, Ellen Drew 18— Film, TBA 11:46 PM 12— Almanac 11:50 PM 12— News 12 00 Midnight 9— News 18 —Movie Museum 12:10 AM 4— Film. '"The Man Is Armed"—Dane Clark 12:15 AM 9-12— News 9— Film, "'City In Terror" 12:25 AM 2— Film, "Jennie"— Virginia GUraore. George Montgomery 12:30 AM 7— Off the Cuff 12:35 AM 6— Film, "The Devil Doll"—Maureen O'Hara, Lionel Barrymore 1:45 AM 9— Five Minutes To Live By 1:50 AM 6 —Chapel 2:00 AM 2- News 2:05 AM 2 -Meditation 2:30 AM 7—Mahalla Jackson Friday 9:30 AM 6—Film. "The Company She Keeps"'- Lizabeth Scott, Jane Greer, Dennis O'Kcefe 10:00 AM 9-Film, "Penrod and Hi.s Twin Brother" 4:00 PM 4-Film, ""Gun Battle of Mnntcrrey""- Sterling Haydcn 4:07 PM 5— Film, "Vice Squad"— Edward G, Robinson, Paulette Goddard 4:30 PM 2 —Film, '"Texas Rangers'" Fred MacMurray 10—What"s New 5:30 PM 18—Jeff's Collie 6:00 PM 7—Broken Arrow B--Rocky and his Friends 18—Union Pacific 6:30 PM 2-12—Rawhide 4-5—International Showtime 6 -Beachcomber 7 Music for the Young 18—Corliss Archer Saturday 6:20 AM 2—Thought for the Day 6:25 AM 2—News 6:30 AM 2—Big Picture 7:00 AM 2—Popeye 7:30 AM 2—Friendship Show 4—Cartoon Time 5—Active Education 7:45 AM 4—Library Storv 5—Off to Adventure 6—TV Chapel 12—Devotions 7:50 AM 6—News 7:55 AM 12—News 8:00 AM 2-12—Captain Kangaroo 4—Cartoon Time 5—Farm Forum 6—Farm Scene 9—Kartoon Karnlval 8:15 AM 4 —Library Story 8:30 AiM 4-5—Pip the Piper 0—Popeye '9:00 AM 2-12—Video Village 4-5—Shan Lewis 7—Davey and Goliath 9—Bugs Bunny 9:15 AM 7—Light Time 9.30 AM 2-12—iMighty Mouse 4-5—King Leonardo 6—Wizard or Oz 7—Books and Brent B:55 AM 7—Mahalla Jackson 10:00 AM 2-12—Magic Ijand 4-5—P-ury 6—Cartoon Alley 7—Ramar 8— Bozo 10:30 AM 2-12—Roy Rogers 4-5—Make Room lor Daddy 7—Jungle Jim 11:00 AM 2-12—Sky King 4-5—Update 6—Kit Carson 7—Cannonball 9—Superman 11:30 AM 2—My Friend Flicka 4-5-Mr. Wizard 6--Behlnd Closed Doors 7—Jet Jackson 9—The Other Guy 12—Learn to Draw 12:00 Noon 2—News 4 -Hot Shots 5 - Farm Forum fi-7 - The Texan 9 - Film, "Air Force"— John Garfield, Gig Young. Fay Emerson 12—Pops Theater 12:15 PM 2—Lee Phillip 12:30 PM I 2—Film, "QuBcn of the 1 Mob"—Ralph Bellamy 1 5— Divorce Hearing I 6— Superman • 7 ~Texas Bangers I 12:4S PM I 4—News I 1:00 PM I 4-:-Johnny Mack Brown • 8—Gray Ghost I 8— Wrestling I 7— Film, "Thundorblrds" i —John Barrymore, . John Derek, Mona J Freeman ! 12—TBA " 1:30 PM • i 2—Vlatas I 5 -NBA Pro Basketball 12—My Friend Flicka 2:00 PM 2—Insight 4— Campy 's Corner 6— Bowling 12—TBA 2:30 PM 2—Rebuttal 4—Let's Experiment 7—Mystery Theatre 2 :45 PM 4—Young Moderns 3 :00 PM 2— Eye on the World 4 —1, 2, 3. Go 5—Pete Smith 9— TBA 3:30 PM ' 2—Jim Backus ' 4—Film. "Inner Circle"— • Adelc Mara, Warren ' Douglas I 6 -9— Big Ten Basketball I —Michigan State at • Michigan I 7—TBA I 9—Courtside • 4:00 PM : 2—Burns and Allen I 5-7—Golf • 4 :30 PM ; 2 -Fllm, "Andy Hardy > Meets a Debutante" • —Mickey Rooney, • Judy Garland I 12—The Other 98 I 5:00 PM I 4—Bullwlnkle I 5—Invest In America | 6—Divorce Court • 7—Four Just Men , 9— Spin Time a 12—Science Fiction ! Theater ! 5:15 PM ' 5—News • 5 :30 PM I 4—Mr. Magoo I 5—Meet MoGraw I 7—Polka I 9—Changing Time I 12—Main Event • iS—WrestUne • 5:45 PM I 9— News, Weather, J Sports i 5:55 PM ' 2— News, Weather, " Sports ' 6:00 PM ' 5—Invisible Man I 6-Fllm. "World For I Ransom"—Dan I Duryea, Gene I Lockhart I 7—Fundav Funnies I 9—Science Fiction I Theater . 12—Rescue 8 18—Women's Wrestling 6:30 PM 2-12—Perry Mason 4-6—Wells Fargo 7—Roaring 20"s 9—Polka Party 18—Film. TBA 7:00 PM 9—Miami Undercover 7:30 PM 2-12—Defenders 4-5—Tall Man 6-7—Leave It to Beaver 9— Blue Angels 8 :00 PM 4 -5—Film. "Five Fingers" —James Mason 6-7—Lawrence Welk 9—Assignment Underwater 18— Four Just Men . 8 :30 PM 2-12—Have Gun, Will Travel 9— Pro-Basketball— Chicago at St. Louis 18—Wrestlinc 9:00 PM 2-12—Gunsmoke 6-7~Flght of the Week 9 :30 PM 18-FiIm. TBA 9:45 PM 6-7—Make that Spare 10:00 PM 2-4-5-12—News. Weather. Sports 6—Roaring 20s 7—Norman Ross 9— Play of the Week 10:10 PM 6—Film, "The Iron Sheriff"—Sterling Hayden. Darryl Hickman 10:15 PM 10 15 PM 2 -Film, ""Queen Bee Joan Crawford, Barry Sullivan 4—Film, "i\bout Pace"— Gordon MacRae, Eddie Bracken 7—Hong Kong 12—Overland Trail 11:00 PM 6-Film, ""Desert Fury"— Burt Lancaster, Lizabeth Scott, John Hodiak 18—News 11:15 PM 7—Bowling 13—Highway Patrol 12—Dr. Brothers 11:40 PM 5 - News 11:45 PM 5 -Wrestling 12:00 Midnight 4— News, weather 9- Film. TBA 18—Movie Museum 12:10 AM 2—News 12:15 AM 2-4—At Random 7—Film, "Dracula"— Bela Lugosi 1:00 AM 6—News 1:15 AM 6—TV Chapel 1:45 AM 6- Live ond Learn 7—Mahalla Jackson 3 :15 AM 2— News 3:20 AM 2—Meditation RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 14, 1962 Sei!.?|Pag6 lO JIMMY DOOLITTLE'S WORLD — Americas famous flying general, James Doolittie, is shown "with an Atlas Able rocket against a background of a 1907 flying machine—symbols of how his life has spanned the age of flight. A one-hour special Thursday over channels 4 and 5 at 6:30 p.m. will trace Doolittle's career from his early flying days in Alaska to his celebrated World War II Tokyo raid. For Video Viewers, 20-Hour Week Is Here HOLLYWOOD — (NEA) — 1 1 Are you watching TV less — 'and enjoying life more? Are you more selective as a TV viewer? Are you shopping for top quality as a movie-goer? If your answers are "Yes," there is a reason. You are Jjsuffering from entertainment fatigue. Even if you don't think they ater you would be seeing two- hour movies at the rate of 5 a week, 20 a month and 260 a year. Before television, Hollywood produced an average of 500 movies a year. As an average TV viewer, you are seeing more than 50 per cent of all the "entertainment" in Hollywood's pre-TV total yearly output! As an average movie fan [iare, your eyes are tired, For you saw only 52 movies a year — and some people complained about the length of double bills. I If watching TV for 12 years hasn't given you entertainment fatigue, these figures should. CUT AND SAVE CUT AND SAVE...................... CUT AND SAVE.. CUT AND SAVE, SUNDAY and MONDAY RADIO PROGRAMS Radio tCS.T.i Radio (C.S.T.) Sun. Morning M III Mill \\ nv.h IS l: \l IM. I'M M Sun. Evening '. M M 'J'.i A 1 :') A'.l >V 1 M I > 'II Kl V\ M \() .,,11 M i H nil M : ".(t M Mil 11 ',11 hi: V\ 1 • it'ia U \\ ItJS 1 lull KG Mll- \M 11 \ 1.,-it Kl N O N \ I 1 >\ III! 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Morgan NBC—News 6:30 PM NBC—News of tho World 6:43 PM ABC—Lttie Sports 6 55 PM ABC—News CUa- Sidelight.'^ 7:00 PM ABC—Bunlncss Final NBC—News 7.15 PM CBS— Burnett-Hayes Show 7-30 PM ABC-Teen Town 7 35 PM CBS—News Analyst 8 00 PM NBC—News 8 30 PM ABC —New.i 8 65 PM ABC—People in tho News t) 00 PM ABC—Vanderbroolc News NBC—News S 03 PM CBS-lnvitatlnn to Learning 9 30 PM CBS—The World Toni»nt 9 55 PM ABC-New- 10 00 PM NBC—Nr* 1 11 no PM NHC -Ni« s M US PM NBC Nnht Heport 13 00 MidntKht NBC-Nfvvv 1 00 AM NBC - News 11 12 years you have been on the] ['greatest entertainment view-! Ijing binge in all history. ~ I If you are an average adult, J you have a colossal hangover' Jjfrom a 400 per cent increasej • |in screen watching. The ijstatistics of a 12 year (1950-! II1961) study of televiewing tell! [khe story. They were present-' I 'ed by Paul Witty of North-j ! western University at the an-^ 5 nual meeting of the American; Assn. for the Advancement of Science. Children's Viewing In 196 1, according to Witty's figures, the average Jladult spent 20 hours weekly Jlin front of his TV set. Teach-1 • •ers watch II hours a week; {'elementary school pupils 20 [ihours and high school students 13 hours. Thus the average adult watches television 1,040 hours; a year and has spent 12,480; hours in front of his TV set^ since 1950. Before television, the U. S. had the weekly movie-going habit. Peak attendance at the movies covered a 12 year period, too—1938-1949. As an average fan in those years you went to the movies' once a week. You saw a double feature (films were shorter then, averaging 90 minutes each) plus a short subject and a newsreel. That was only four hours of weekly entertainment compared to today's average of 20 hours! Compare the old V ! ;G I'M I I liO I'M O'l PM 'ii'-nu'li' GROUCHO THE ACTOR— Groucho Marx will star in a straight dramatic role, as the father of teenager Brooke Hayward, on "General Electric Theater" today over channels 2 and 12 at 8 p.m. In "The Hold-Out," Groucho tries to persuade his daughter to postpone marrying until after she has completed her college education. A,M AT YOUK SEHVICES! JOlJl!.^'AM i\lKs Cl.A^SII'IKU Want Ads woris for you 21 hours a (J .iv wdm vou want to buy, g(;ll, find. rent. Call MKlrosc 4-3322 for a want ad wfiUr. ^ 4 Slote '6 Characters' at Miller Theater Boone Will Narrate 'John Brown's Body Richard Boone will narrate tray John Brown, a one-hour version of "John program is being pre-! Brown's Body,'' Stephen Vin-g^^j^.^ j„ connection with the cent Benets Pulitzer Prize-Ani,.Defamation League's an-l winning poem today over ,,^^3, America's Democratic! channels 4 and 5 at M'S^ P'n. Legacy award, which is being' Douglas Campbell, who cur-'given to Adlai Stevenson. U.S.^ " ,,'—^ ^.^^.^^^ ...v. rently is ro - .starring with amba.ssador to the United Na-^dy by Luigi Pirandello, will,pyg^^j^ The Fred Miller The- Frederif March in the Bruad- tions. Stevenson will appear be presented at Milwaukee's ater is at 2842 N. Oakland way play "Gideon," will per- on the program. , iFred Miller Theater from Jan-lAve. A "Six Characters in Search uary 16 to February 4. a bizarre com-!, The play will star Jacque^line Brookes and Richard weekly movie-going habit to TV viewing: MOVIE VIEWING 1938 -'49 Weekly 4 hours Monthly 16 hours Yearly 208 hours 12-year total 2,506 hours TV VIEWING 1950-'6I Weekly 20 hours Monthly 80 hours Yearly 1,040 hours! 12-year total ...12,480 hours' The hours you have spent watching your TV screen for 12 years are 400 per cent greater than the hours you spent in a theater during your movie-going days. Two-Hour Movies If you spent those TV screen viewing? hours in a the- flRSlT^ 111 Racing AMp /us FM SUNDAY'S SHOWS 7:00 AM—The Ro.sary Hour 8:00 AM—Hungarian Hour 8:30 AM—Spanl.sh Gospel Hour 8:46 AM—Voice of China and Asia 9:00 AM—Echoe,s of Poland 9:56 AM —World New.s 10:00 AM—Serbian Program 10:45 AM—Sunday Poll.sh Program 12:00 Noon-Sunday Serenade 12:15 PM—New.s 12:30 PM—News ond Views of Labor In Racine 12:45 PM—Sunday Serenade 12:55 PM-World News 1:00 PM—American-Scandinavian Hour 2:15 PM—World News 2:20 PM—Slindav Mu.slcale 2:30 PM—Billy Oranam 3:00 PM—Old Pa.shloned Gospel 3:30 PM—International Book Review 3 55 PM - World News 4:00 PM Dr. Bob Pierce 4 30 PM-Speaklng of Sjjorts 4 35 PM -Mu.slial Favorites 4 :55 PM World New.s 5 :1111 PM How Christian Seience Heals "Wake L'p and Be Free" 5 15 PM—Monday Morning Headlines 5 30 PM—Virgil Plnkley 5:45 PM-Manlon Forum 6:00 PM—Erwln D. 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