from TV Guide-Lake Erie edition
73 Hal's a Poppin' (Hal Fryer; starting tomorrow, Hal and Marjorie Mariner's shows would be live from the Century Foods Exposition for the week)
73 Kitchen Corner (Marjorie Mariner, see note for 1pm)
8 Joe Portaro (who recently moved his show to 1630 Euclid)
5 Sports Page (Graney)
8 Home with the Grahams
8 News Parade (Lang/Dudley)
3 Custom Inn
8 Sports (John Fitzgerald)
Hal Fryar soon after this left for Indianapolis, where he became highly famous as "Harlow Hickenlooper"
Marjorie Mariner was aired weekdays from 1953-well into the mid 1960's..
While WXEL was already doing part of their programming from 1630 Euclid, they would officially move there as WJW-TV in April 1956, and would remain until 1975, when they moved into their own building at 5800 S. Marginal Road..
"The Grahams" were Cleveland Browns QB Otto Graham and his wife and family..
Jack Graney(Sports Page) and Jimmy Dudley(News Parade) were early Cleveland Indians Radio Broadcasters.
"Custom Inn" was hosted by Glenn Rowell, of "Gene (Carroll) and Glenn" radio fame..Carroll was Uncle Jake, kiddie host and also host of The Gene Carroll Show on WEWS-TV from 1948-72..
John Fitzgerald was at WXEL/WJW from 1952-86 as sportscaster, program host and staff announcer..