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Q OSWALD RABBIT PRESENTS.
Cartoons. 1 hour, 25 minutes. 11:00 Q STAGECOACH THEATER. Movie. 1 Hour. "Law of the Golden West." 1949 Monte Hale western. 0 THIS IS THE LIFE. Religion. "Delayed Journey." 0 CHAMPIONSHIP BOWLING. Sports. George Howard and John Powell. 11:30 0 THE JEWISH HOUR. 11:55 0 NEWS. Harry Reasoner reporting. 12:00 Q SUNDAY PLAYHOUSE. Movie. 1 Hour. "Lost Planet Airman." 1949. A scientist combats a madman. Tristram Coffin, Mae Clarke. 0 M.I.T. SCIENCE REPORTER. Public Affairs. "The Missile and the Magnet: Tools for Research." Q FOLLOW THAT MAN. Detective: "The Day Man." Ralph Bellamy. 0 COMEDY PLAYHOUSE. Schilling and Lane in "Pardon My Lamb Chops." 12:30 0 GEORGETOWN UNIV. FORUM. Public Affairs. "Health Manpower Short age: Realistic Solutions?" Guests: Dr. Catherine Worthingham, Brig. Gen. Shel don S. Brownton, USAF (MC); Dr. Wil liam H. Stewart. Q PIP THE PIPER. Fantasy. About a wonderland in the clouds. 0 YOUTH WANTS TO KNOW. Public Affairs. 1:00 0 TEEN TALK. Discussion. Sunday Listing* Cant, on Next Page The Sunday Star TV Magazine, Washington, D. C., January IS, 1961 Washington’s Largest Hank Proudly Presents r~—-"i WORLD CONCERT SUNDAY 2:00 P.M. on 4 A series of half-hour televi sion programs of the world’s greatest concert artists in cluding rare glimpses of the human Lein g behind the artist. Be our guest! The RIGGS NATIONAL BANK 125th Anniversary Year MEMBER F.D.I.C. 9