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Special Collections and Archives

Dorothy Fuldheim, Papers, 1972-1990

Dorothy Fuldheim, Papers, [1968]-1990; [bulk 1972-1980]

Inventory

Prepared by Barbara Bass, July 16, 2002; revised July 2004
3 record storage boxes, 1 document box, 1 film box, 1 oversize folder, 3.5 cubic feet

This material is housed in an off-site storage facility and requires up to 5 business days for retrieval. Please call or email the department with requests for this material prior to your visit.

Boxes 4-5 and the oversize folder remain in Special Collections and Archives


Biographical Note

Dorothy Fuldheim was born Dorothy Violet Snell, June 26, 1893, in Passaic, New Jersey. She grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and attended Milwaukee College where she became a teacher after completing her education.

She married Milton H. Fuldheim and lived in Cleveland in the 1920's. After her first husband died in 1952 she married William L. Ulmer. She had one daughter, Dorothy Fuldheim-Urman who was a Russian professor at Case Western Reserve University. She died in 1980.

Fuldheim worked giving lectures after moving to Cleveland and began her broadcasting career. She hosted a local historical biography series on WTAM radio station and gave a weekly editorial on ABC. She joined the staff of WEWS two months before it went on the air for the first time in 1947. She was the first woman in the United States to have her own show. It was a one of a kind show that blended news, commentary and interviews. She is famous for her interviews with Mussolini and Hitler during World War II. She was one of the most well-known women in journalism winning many awards one of which was the National Overseas Press Club Award after interviewing two American prisoners released from Communist China in Hong Kong in 1955 and named one of "America's Most Admired Women" through a Gallup Poll. She authored the autobiographical memoirs: I Laughed, I Cried, I Loved in 1966; A Thousand Friends in 1974; and The House I Live In; in 1981. She also wrote Where Were the Arabs, about the Israeli-Arab conflicts.

Dorothy Fuldheim suffered a stroke on the air on July 27, 1984 and died at the age of 96 on Nov. 3, 1989 in Cleveland, Ohio.


Scope and Content

Fuldheim's papers include many of the commentaries that she became famous for in her broadcasting career. Also included are correspondence and the manuscripts for her books A Thousand Friends and Three and a Half Husbands. The published books for these titles and also The House I Live In and I Laughed, I Cried, I Loved written by Dorothy Fuldheim can be found in Special Collections and Archives. Other books by and about Dorothy Fuldheim can be found in KentLINK, the library online catalog.


Description of Series:


Box 1

Series 1: Commentaries

Folder -- Contents
  1. Commentaries: Jan. 20-April 29, 1972
    • Thursday, January 20, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Meaning of the President's State of the Union Message"
    • Thursday, January 20, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Meaning of the President's State of the Union Message"
    • Friday, January 21, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Warren G. Harding's Love Letters"
    • Tuesday, January 25, 1972, 5:30 PM: "A Novel Way of Reducing Production Costs for Some American Firms"
    • Tuesday, January 25, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The $87 Billion Deficit"
    • Wednesday, January 26, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Think Tanks"
    • Wednesday, January 26, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Democratic Candidates for the Nomination of President"
    • Thursday, January 27, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The North Vietnamese Turn Down President Nixon's Peace Treaty"
    • Thursday, January 27, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Shocking Minneapolis Basketball Game"
    • Friday, January 28, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The National Academy of Science Publishes a Book on Ecology"
    • Monday, January 31, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Steward Alsop Analyses President Nixon"
    • Monday, January 31, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Should the Definition of a French Kiss Be Included in a School Curriculum?"
    • Tuesday, February 1, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Parisian Newspaper Warns French Tourists of Mugging, Robbing, and Assaulting in New York City"
    • Tuesday, February 1, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How To Get Away From It All"
    • Wednesday, February 2, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Do Plants Feel?"
    • Wednesday, February 2, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What Is John Connally's Future?"
    • Thursday, February 3, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Scandal of the Cleveland Transit System"
    • Thursday, February 3, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Viet Cong Offer New Terms For Peace"
    • Friday, February 4,1972, 5:30 PM: "Mayor Perk Asked the City Workers to Take a 10 Percent Cut"
    • Monday, February 7, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Restaurants and Caterers Are Going to Boycott French Wine"
    • Monday, February 7, 1972, 11:00 PM: "China's Motive for Inviting President Nixon"
    • Tuesday, February 8, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Superstitions of the Cambodians"
    • Tuesday, February 8, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Barbers Are Losing Business Because of Man's Long Hair"
    • Wednesday, February 9, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The French Minister of Culture Conjects What China Wants From Nixon"
    • Wednesday, February 9, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Shocking Ad From Case Western Reserve's Student Newspaper"
    • Thursday, February 10, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Absenteeism in the Senate Has Become Scandalous"
    • Thursday, February 10, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The British Government Compensates Victims of Crime Financially"
    • Friday, February 11, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Cost of Food Will Go Up in 1972"
    • Monday, February 14, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Unemployment Will Be the Biggest Issue in the Presidential Election"
    • Monday, February 14, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Is Cleveland a City of Losers?"
    • Tuesday, February 15, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Four Day Work Week"
    • Tuesday, February 15, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why Busing Should Be Done Away With"
    • Wednesday, February 16, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Communist China's Attitude Toward Taiwan"
    • Wednesday, February 16, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A New Twist to Sex Discrimination in Jobs"
    • Thursday, February 17, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Why Are So Many Factories Leaving Cleveland?"
    • Thursday, February 17, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How the War Could Be Stopped"
    • Friday, February 18, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Mrs. Onassis and the Photographer"
    • Monday, February 21, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The World Stood Still to Watch a Historic Incident--Nixon Arriving in Peking"
    • Monday, February 21, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Maybe It Is Oil That Has Lubricated the Friction Between China and the U.S."
    • Tuesday, February 22, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Average Income in the U.S. For Every Man, Woman, and Child"
    • Tuesday, February 22, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Russia Is Becoming Reasonable--She Wants To Be Sure President Nixon Will Visit Moscow"
    • Wedesday, February 23, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Why Svetlana Peters Left Her Husband"
    • Wednesday, February 23, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The International Longshoremen's Association on the Eastern Coast Refuses to Load Any Communist Vessel Until Prisoners of War are Released from China"
    • Thursday, February 24, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Congressman Mills' Proposal to Raise Social Security Benefits 20 Percent"
    • Thursday, February 24, 1972, 11:00 PM: " Why China Needs Trade with the United States"
    • Friday, February 25, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Why China Needs Our Steel"
    • Monday, February 28, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Health and Safety of the City Depends on the Garbage, Fire, and Police Units"
    • Monday, February 28, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Instead of Reducing the Number of Hours Police and Firemen May Work, Why Not Get a Loan from the Banks Which Could Be Repaid in a Few Years But Would Eliminate the Necessity of a City Income Tax?"
    • Tuesday, February 29, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Automated War in Vietnam"
    • Tuesday, February 29, 1972, 11:00 PM: "America Will Be Great as Long as She Is Good"
    • Wednesday, March 1, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Cost of Presidential Campaigns"
    • Wednesday, March 1, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Political Candidates Are Suddenly Interested in Increasing Social Security Benefits"
    • Thursday, March 2, 1972, 5:30 PM: "At Last a Solution for the Pay for City Employees"
    • Thursday, March 2, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Impossible Secret Agreement Between President Nixon and the Chinese Leaders"
    • Friday, March 3, 1972, 5:30 PM: "935 Pounds of Heroin Was Captured"
    • Monday, March 6, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Injustice of the Homestead Act"
    • Monday, March 6, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why the New Hampshire Primaries Are So Important"
    • Tuesday, March 7, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Ralph Nader and Hot Dogs"
    • Tuesday, March 7, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Mrs. Beard's Convenient Illness"
    • Wednesday, March 8, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Menace of Bombs on Planes"
    • Wednesday, March 8, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Trouble Is Brewing in the City Council"
    • Thursday, March 9, 1972, 5:30 PM: "More on the ITT Affair"
    • Thursday, March 9,1972, 11:00 PM: "Mayor Perk and Mr. Mileti"
    • Friday, March 10, 1972, 5:30 PM: "A New Approach to Weight"
    • Monday, March 13, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Free Transportation?"
    • Monday, March 13, 1972, 11:00 PM: "5,101 Officials Are Authorized to Mark 'Top Secret' on Papers, Reports, and Documents"
    • Tuesday, March 14, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Importance of the Primary Election"
    • Tuesday, March 14, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why Our Federal, State, and City Governments are in Debt"
    • Wednesday, March 15, 1972, 5:30 PM: "What Is an Ombudsman?"
    • Wednesday, March 15, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why Did Wallace Win Florida?"
    • Thursday, March 16, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Cost of Meat"
    • Thursday, March 16, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Wallace Wins Again"
    • Friday, March 17, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Some IRS Decisions"
    • Monday, March 20, 1972, 5:30 PM: "How Soon Will the Earth Be Barren?"
    • Monday, March 20, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What Will the Safe Car Cost?"
    • Tuesday, March 21, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Absurd Case of Mrs. Onassis Versus Galella"
    • Tuesday, March 21, 1972, 11:00 PM: "No-Fault Insurance"
    • Wednesday, March 22, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Bill 1010 to Stop the Irresponsible Driver"
    • Wednesday, March 22, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The British Government Reduces Taxes to Increase Employment"
    • Thursday, March 23, 1972, 5:30 PM: "United States Tell the North Vietnamese No More Meetings Unless They Are Prepared to Make Serious Offers for Peace"
    • Friday, March 24, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Food Prices Are Up Again"
    • Monday, March 27, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Isn't It About Time We Stopped Worrying About the Criminals and Worried About the Victims?"
    • Monday, March 27, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Waste of $23,000"
    • Tuesday, March 28, 1972, 5:30 PM: "General Electric's Conception of the 1980's"
    • Tuesday, March 28, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Breakthrough in the Control of Cancer"
    • Wednesday, March 29, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Why Shoes Will Cost More This Year"
    • Wednesday, March 29, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Chuckholes on the City Streets"
    • Thursday, March 30, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The East Berlin Wall"
    • Thursday, March 30, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why the Cost of Meat Will Come Down"
    • Friday, March 31, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Cheating on Drugs"
    • Monday, April 3, 1972, 5:30 PM: "5,000 Lobbyists in Washington"
    • Monday, April 3, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Let's Stop Weeping for the Criminals and Concern Ourselves with the Victims"
    • Tuesday, April 4, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Why the North Vietnamese Started to Attack Again"
    • Tuesday, April 4, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What Does President Nixon Do--Bomb or Withdraw?"
    • Wednesday, April 5, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Fear of Unemployment Haunts the Voter"
    • Wednesday, April 5, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What the Wisconsin Vote Revealed"
    • Thursday, April 6, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Bigotry of Russia"
    • Thursday, April 6, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The War Just Won't Go Away"
    • Friday, April 7, 1972, 5:30 PM:"People Are Getting Taller and Heavier"
    • Monday, April 10, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution"
    • Monday, April 10, 1972, 11:00 PM: "40 Percent of U.S. Corporations Pay No Federal Income Tax"
    • Tuesday, April 11, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Arguments for a Pipeline in Alaska"
    • Tuesday, April 11, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Anti-American Feelings in Canada"
    • Wednesday, April 12, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Consumption of Pickles in the United States: The Price We Pay for Packaged Food"
    • Wednesday, April 12, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Mayor Perk's Repudiation of a Statement That the Suburbs Are Parasites"
    • Thursday, April 13, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Picture Phone Is So Expensive That It Is Not Being Used Very Much"
    • Thursday, April 13, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Is the Lottery for Ohio Desirable?"
    • Friday, April 14, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Secretary of Agriculture Is Negotiating With Russia To Sell Our Surplus Wheat"
    • Monday, April 17, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Lottery Would Do Away, In Great Measure, With Crime"
    • Monday, April 17, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Clinic Expands and Creates Jobs"
    • Tuesday, April 18, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Congressman Mills' Change of Heart Where the War Is Concerned"
    • Tuesday, April 18, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Ford Motor Company Recalls Almost a Half Million Cars"
    • Wednesday, April 19, 1972, 11:00 PM: "George Meany Hopes That All Strikes Can Be Avoided in the Future"
    • Thursday, April 20, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Private Postal Delivery"
    • Friday, April 21, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Fantastic Salaries of Executives"
    • Monday, April 24, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Weather and Its Complications"
    • Monday, April 24, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Federal Government Spending Grows Greater and Greater"
    • Tuesday, April 25, 1972, 5:30 PM: "South Vietnam Is Now on the Defensive"
    • Tuesday, April 25, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Reports From South Vietnam Are Very Grim"
    • Wednesday, April 26, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Price Commission Orders Prices to Roll Back"
    • Thursday, April 27, 1972, 5:30 PM: [World War II Japanese Soldier, Soichi Yokoi, Returns to Japan After Surviving on Island Alone Since the War, Unaware of the War's End]
    • Thursday, April 27, 1972, 11:00 PM: [The Presedential Election Primaries]
    • Friday, April 28, 1972, 5:30 PM: [Generosity and Charity: From Movie Stars to Adoptive Parents; Tax Payers Are Entitled to Know Which Countries Receive Military Aid from the USA]
  2. Commentaries: May 1-Aug. 31, 1972
    • Monday, May 1, 1972, 5:30 PM: [The High Cost of Presidential Election Campaigns]
    • Monday, May 1, 1972, 11:00 PM: [Breznev's May Day Talk; Russian and U.S. Involvement in the War in Vietnam]
    • Tuesday, May 2, 1972, 5:30 PM: [Cuyahoga County Voting Mess: Voters Angry Because Voting Machines Hadn't Arrived or Were Locked]
    • Wednesday, May 3, 1972, 5:30 PM: "An Appraisal of Senator McGovern"
    • Wednesday, May 3, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Metropolitan Opera"
    • Thursday, May 4, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Devastation of Land in South Vietnam Due to Bombing"
    • Thursday, May 4, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Staggering Cost of Autos Over the Years"
    • Friday, May 5, 1972, 5:30 PM: "A New Plastic and a New Approach to Schizophrenia"
    • Monday, May 8, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Someone Goofed in This War"
    • Tuesday, May 9, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The President's Challenge to the Russians"
    • Tuesday, May 10, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Absurd Ways to Spend Government Money"
    • Tuesday, May 10, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Is There a Constitutional Crisis in the Country?"
    • Thursday, May 11, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Mines and Tomatoes"
    • Thursday, May 11, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why the Royal Typewriter Corp. Moved to England"
    • Friday, May 12, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Brutality of 'The Godfather'"
    • Monday, May 15, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Standard of Living in China"
    • Monday, May 15, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Horror of Shooting of Governor Wallace"
    • Tuesday, May 16, 1972, 5:30 PM: "We Are Violent People"
    • Wednesday, May 17, 1972, 5:30 PM: "What the Newspaper Strike Is About"
    • Wednesday, May 17, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Is the Strike Against the Plain Dealer Justifiable?"
    • Thursday, May 18, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Late John Edgar Hoover"
    • Thursday, May 18, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Russians Need Trade with the U.S."
    • Monday, May 22, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Michelangelo's Pieta"
    • Monday, May 22, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Judge Ostracizes the Pants Suit"
    • Tuesday, May 23, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Japanese Rewrite Their Constitution"
    • Tuesday, May 23, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Homestead Act"
    • Wednesday, May 24, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Was Lt. William Calley Suffering from a Mental Disorder?"
    • Wednesday, May 24, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Jeroboam of Wine"
    • Thursday, May 25, 1972, 5:30 PM: "University of Hawaii Develops New Home That Can Be Built for a Few Dollars"
    • Thursday, May 25, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Vietnam War Will Not Be Settled in Moscow"
    • Friday, May 26, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Nixon-Russia Meeting"
    • Monday, May 29, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Duke of Windsor"
    • Monday, May 29, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Omaha Beach"
    • Tuesday, May 30, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The History of the United Steel Workers"
    • Tuesday, May 30, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Heat in India"
    • Wednesday, May 31, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Murder in the Tel Aviv Terminal"
    • Wednesday, May 31, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A College Degree Does Not Guarantee a Job"
    • Thursday, June 1, 1972, 5:30 PM: "What's Happened to the Social Security Increase?"
    • Thursday, June 1, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why Are There So Many Automobile Recalls?"
    • Friday, June 2, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Guns--Again"
    • Monday, [June 5, 1972], 5:30 PM: "Huge Birds of Death Over North Vietnam"
    • Monday, [June 5, 1972], 11:00 PM: "Martha Mitchell Wins"
    • Monday, June 19, 1972, 5:30 PM: "My Week in the Hospital"
    • Tuesday, June 20, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Cost of Meat"
    • Wednesday, June 21, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The New York Primary Election"
    • Thursday, June 22, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Councilman Forbes' Proposal to Reduce the Size of Council"
    • Monday, June 26, 1972, 5:30 PM: "California's New Bureau--Automotive Repair--That Guarantees Honesty"
    • Monday, June 26, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Golf Is Not the Way to Reduce"
    • Tuesday, June 27, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Fire Safety for Nursing Homes in Ohio is Now Being Challenged"
    • Tuesday, June 27, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Violence in Our High Schools"
    • Wedsnesday, June 28, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Building Trade Unions Must Choose Between No Jobs and Taking Pay Cuts"
    • Wednesday, June 28, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Congress Once Again Asserts That It Is Not A Dove"
    • Thursday, June 29, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Will the Elimination of the Death Penalty Increase Murder and Crime?"
    • Thursday, June 29, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Elimination of the Death Penalty"
    • Friday, June 30, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Why Does it Cost More to Live in Cleveland Than in Cincinnati or Dayton?"
    • Tuesday, July 4, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Tampering with the Weather"
    • Tuesday, July 4, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How Is Everything Going with the United States on It's Birthday?"
    • Wednesday, July 5, 1972, 5:30 PM: "What it Costs to Live in China"
    • Wednesday, July 5, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Paris Talks Are Resumed"
    • Thursday, July 6, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The War Is Not Going Well for North Vietnam"
    • Thursday, July 6, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Russia and China Urge North Vietnam to Accept U.S. Peace Terms"
    • Friday, July 7, 1972, 5:30: PM: "Dramatic Changes in Weather Across the World"
    • Monday, July 10, 1972, 5:30 PM: "McGovern's New Tax Concept"
    • Monday, July 10, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What Is the Alternative to the Use of Nuclear Power?"
    • Tuesday, July 11, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Bitterness of George Meany"
    • Tuesday, July 11, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Episode at the 1940 Republican Convention"
    • Wednesday, July 12, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Hardships of the Draft"
    • Wednesday, July 12, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Hubert Humphrey's Decision"
    • Thursday, July 13, 1972, 5:30 PM: "From Obscurity to Fame and Victory"
    • Thursday, July 13, 1972, 11:00 PM: "McGovern Must Win the Dissidents"
    • Friday, July 14, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Rome's Woes"
    • Monday, July 17, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Convicted Attendants at Lima Hospital Restored to their Jobs"
    • Monday, July 17, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What Is the Alternative to the Use of Nuclear Power?"
    • Tuesday, July 18, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Why We Need More Power"
    • Tuesday, July 18, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Inflation--Our Greatest Enemy"
    • Wednesday, July 19, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Egypt's Ingratitude"
    • Wednesday, July 19, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Russians and the Iraqi"
    • Thursday, July 20, 1972, 5:30 PM: "The Hazards of Being a Fireman"
    • Thursday, July 20, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How Tasteless Can Women Get?"
    • Monday, July 31, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Senator Eagleton"
    • Tuesday, August 1, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Sadat's Expulsion of the Russians"
    • Tuesday, August 1, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Brutal Experience for Eagleton"
    • Wednesday, August 2, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Can George Meany Control Labor?"
    • Wednesday, August 2, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Steel Wages Have Gone Up Again"
    • Thursday, August 3, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Who Will Vote for McGovern?"
    • Thursday, August 3, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Europeans Unite and Remove the Tariff Barriers"
    • Friday, August 4, 1972, 5:30 PM: "Strange Developments in the Army's Diamond Laboratory"
    • Monday, August 7, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Democrats Have Known High Tragedy"
    • Monday, August 7, 1972, 11:00 PM: "No-Fault Insurance"
    • Tuesday, August 8, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Japanese Are Loaded with American Dollars"
    • Tuesday, August 8, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Guns"
    • Wednesday, August 9, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Senate Kills No-Fault Insurance"
    • Wednesday, August 9, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Plain Dealer Does It Again"
    • Thursday, August 10, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Limited Supply of Energy in the Country"
    • Thursday, August 10, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What Are the North Vietnamese Waiting For?"
    • Friday, August 11, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Queen of Fruits--the Durian"
    • Monday, August 14, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Why Russia Needs Our Wheat"
    • Monday, August 14, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Taiwan Becomes a Non-Country"
    • Tuesday, August 15, 1972, [6:00 PM]: "What Makes People Steal?"
    • Tuesday, August 15, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Will the Pay Board Allow the Big Four to Raise the Selling Price of Autos?"
    • Wednesday, August 16, 1972, 6:00 PM: "A Rebellion in the Union Against Meany"
    • Wednesday, August 16, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Senator Eagleton's Book"
    • Thursday, August 17, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Mr. Kissinger's Visit to Vietnam"
    • Thursday, August 17, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Possible Answer to our Energy's Needs"
    • Friday, August 18, 1972, 6:00 PM: "If Police Cars Take the Place of Foot Police, Why Not Give Them a Regular Beat Where They Are Constantly Visible?"
    • Monday, August 21, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Government Spending"
    • Monday, August 21, 1972, 11:00 PM: "More Nudity of the Male Body"
    • Tuesday, August 22, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Problem of National Health Care"
    • Tuesday, August 22, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Is Losing Another Manufacturing Company"
    • Wednesday, August 23, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Sammy Davis' Appearance at the Miami Convention"
    • Wednesday, August 23, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Richard Nixon Has Known What It Is to Be a Loner and Also a Loser"
    • Thursday, August 24, 1972, 6:00 PM: "A German Saga"
    • Thursday, August 24, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Cure for Headaches"
    • Friday, August 25, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Spiro Agnew's News Conference"
    • Monday, August 28, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The End of the Draft"
    • Monday, August 28, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Price of Meat"
    • Tuesday, August 29, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Incidents in the Past History of the Olympics"
    • Tuesday, August 29, 1972, 11:00 PM: "An Oasis of Beauty in the City"
    • Wednesday, August 30, 1972, 6:00 PM: "McGovern's Tax Bill"
    • Wednesday, August 30, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Let's Prevent White Motors From Leaving the City"
    • Thursday, August 31, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Japanese Passion for Golf"
    • Thursday, August 31, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How Mr. Shriver Made an Enemy of George Meany"
  3. Commentaries: Sept. 1-Dec. 29, 1972
    • Friday, September 1, 1972, 6:00 PM: "A Clevelander Is Kidnapped"
    • Monday, September 4, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Did Russia and China Talk Turkey to North Vietnam?"
    • Monday, September 4, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How Is Labor Doing?"
    • Tuesday, September 5, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Assault on the Olympics"
    • Tuesday, September 5, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Dirge for the Dead"
    • Wednesday, September 6, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Munich Crime"
    • Thursday, September 7, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Italy's Effort to Control an Epidemic of Snakes"
    • Thursday, September 7, 1972, 11:00 PM: "My Conversation with a Taxi Driver"
    • Friday, September 8, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Does the Brain Deteriorate?"
    • Monday, September 11, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Maritime Union Is Angry"
    • Monday, September 11, 1972, 11:00 PM: "By What Right Does Congress Keep the Cost of Various Government Activities Secret?"
    • Tuesday, September 12, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Watergate Gate"
    • Tuesday, September 12, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Ship for a Hotel?"
    • Wednesday, September 13, 1972, 6:00 PM: "South Vietnam's Radio and Television Attacks Against McGovern"
    • Wednesday, September 13, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How Russia Proposes to Pay for the Wheat She Is Buying from the United States"
    • Thursday, September 14, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Lack of Initiative in Russia's Economy"
    • Thursday, September 14, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why Are There So Many Defective Cars?"
    • Friday, September 15, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Asiatic Newcastle Disease"
    • Monday, September 18, 1972, 6:00 PM: "No Truck, No Trade with the Yankies (sic)"
    • Tuesday, September 19, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Elizabeth Taylor and Bobby Fisher"
    • Tuesday, September 19, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why Has North Vietnam Released Three Prisoners of War?"
    • Wednesday, September 20, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Too Much Coddling of the Criminal"
    • Wednesday, September 20, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Compensating the Victim of the Crime"
    • Thursday, September 21, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Stealing in South Vietnam"
    • Thursday, September 21, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Railroad's Responsibility at Five Points"
    • Friday, September 22, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Cleveland Orchestra"
    • Monday, September 25, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Hanoi Approves of the Terrorists"
    • Monday, September 25, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Crime Is America's Greatest Worry"
    • Tuesday, September 26, 1972, 6:00 PM: "How One Mexican Is Making a Fortune"
    • Tuesday, September 26, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Support the Torch Drive"
    • Wednesday, September 27, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Pensions"
    • Wednesday, September 27, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Senate Refused to Stop the War by Withholding Funds"
    • Thursday, September 28, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Calamity Is Facing the City"
    • Thursday, September 28, 1972, 11:00 PM: "If the Strike Is Not Settled Soon, We Will Have Chaos"
    • Friday, September 29, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Destruction of South Vietnam as a Result of the War"
    • Monday, October 2, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Wheat Deal"
    • Monday, October 2, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How the War Could Be Ended"
    • Tuesday, October 3, 1972, 6:00 PM: "A Curious Will Concerning Illegitimate Children"
    • Tuesday, October 3, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Is Ohio Bell Justified in Asking for a Raise?"
    • Wednesday, October 4, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Nader Rides Again"
    • Wednesday, October 4, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Nader Flays the Congress"
    • Thursday, October 5, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Does Senator McGovern Have a Plan to End the War?"
    • Friday, October 6, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Peace Rumors"
    • Monday, October 9, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Not All of Labor Supports Meany"
    • Monday, October 9, 1972, 11:00 PM: "George Meany and His Dislike for McGovern"
    • Tuesday, October 10, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Injustice of Raising Rents and the Cost of Food Stamps When There Is a Social Security Increase"
    • Wednesday, October 11, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Support the Levy for the Cleveland Port"
    • Wednesday, October 11, 1972, 11:00 PM: "President Nixon's Ambition"
    • Thursday, October 12, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Increased Cost of Bread"
    • Thursday, October 12, 1972, 11:00 PM: "No-Fault Insurance in Massachusetts"
    • Friday, October 13, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Watergate Affair"
    • Tuesday, October 17, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Low Standard of Living in Brazil, India, and Poland"
    • Tuesday, October 17, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Size of IBM"
    • Wednesday, October 18, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Issue No. 2"
    • Wednesday, October 18, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Issue No. 2"
    • Thursday, October 19, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Congress Adjourns Without Passing Anti-Hijacking Legislation"
    • Thursday, October 19, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Sharing of $30 Billion with the States"
    • Friday, October 20, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Automating the Post Office"
    • Monday, October 23, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Mr. Kissinger Comes, Mr. Kissinger Goes"
    • Monday, October 23, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What the War Has Cost Us in Money and Manpower"
    • Tuesday, October 24, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Presidential Campaign Lacks Excitement"
    • Tuesday, October 24, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Why You Should Support Issue 3"
    • Wednesday, October 25, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Appalling Lack of Recruiting Training in South Vietnam"
    • Wednesday, October 25, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The United Nations Is a Failure"
    • Thursday, October 26, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Mr. Kissinger Announces a Cessation of the War"
    • Thursday, October 26, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Has the War Really Ended?"
    • Friday, October 27, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Kissinger's Difficulties with Thieu"
    • Monday, October 30, 1972, 6:00 PM: "What Kind of Man Is Thieu?"
    • Monday, October 30, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Didn't the Germans Know the Arabs Were Plotting the Hijack?"
    • Tuesday, October 31, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Once More Issue 2"
    • Tuesday, October 31, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Second Explanation of Issue 2"
    • Wednesday, November 1, 1972, 6:00 PM: "On Issue 2 If You Vote Yes, You Do Away With the Graduated Tax"
    • Thursday, November 2, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The FBI Spies on Congressional Candidates"
    • Thursday, November 2, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Japan's Plan to Raise the Standard of Living"
    • Friday, November 3, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Clawed Frog"
    • Monday, November 6, 1972, 6:00 PM: "California's Suggestion Concerning Illegitimacy"
    • Monday, November 6, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Dull Presidential Campaign"
    • Tuesday, November 7, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Final Survey Before the Election Returns Are In"
    • Wednesday, November 8, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Bureaucratic Mind in Russia and China"
    • Wednesday, November 8, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Contemplated Gas Deal with Russia"
    • Thursday, November 9, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Nixon's Victory"
    • Friday, November 10, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Luxurious Health Club at the Elmendorf Air Force Base"
    • Monday, November 13, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Why Is the United Nations Silent About Hijackers?"
    • Monday, November 13, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A Change of Heart by Castro Concerning Hijackers"
    • Tuesday, November 14, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Castro and the Hijackers"
    • Tuesday, November 14, 1972, 11:00 PM: "An Unwarranted Attack on the Mayor"
    • Wednesday, November 15, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Injuries Sustained in the United States Because of Defective Products"
    • Wednesday, November 15, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Akron's Increased Sewer and Water Rates"
    • Thursday, November 16, 1972, 6:00 PM: "A New Medical Approach to Preventing Disease"
    • Thursday, November 16, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Seventeen Percent of Clevelanders Are on Welfare"
    • Friday, November 17, 1972, 6:00 PM: "More Raises for CTS Executives"
    • Monday, November 20, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Why the Cost of Bread Has Gone Up"
    • Monday, November 20, 1972, 11:00 PM: "An Automobile Accident in Mansfield and its Significance"
    • Tuesday, November 21, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Banter Between the Israeli and Egyptian Soldiers"
    • Tuesday, November 21, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Jennie Grossinger"
    • Wednesday, November 22, 1972, 6:00 PM: "15 Million Americans Are on Welfare"
    • Wednesday, November 22, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of President Nixon's 45 Minute Trip on a Golden Gate Ferry"
    • Thursday, November 23, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Cleveland Transit System"
    • Thursday, November 23, 1972, 11:00 PM: "My Thanksgiving Gratitude"
    • Friday, November 24, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Alliance Tool and Die Corporation Are Building Factories in Russia to Make Cutlery and Also China"
    • Monday, November 27, 1972, 6:00 PM: "It Is Estimated That the War Will Have Cost Us $400 Billion"
    • Monday, November 27, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Councilman Forbes Threatens to Block Action on the Gateway Project"
    • Tuesday, November 28, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Crime in the Nation"
    • Tuesday, November 28, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Crime in Cleveland"
    • Wednesday, November 29, 1972, 6:00 PM: "A Lawsuit in London"
    • Wednesday, November 29, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Construction of Cars Grows More Complicated"
    • Thursday, November 30, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Two Famous Mansions"
    • Thursday, November 30, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Does a Judge Have the Right to be Autocratic?"
    • Friday, December 1, 1972, 6:00 PM: "A Letter Written by George Washington Sells for $13,000"
    • Monday, December 4, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Ralph Nader Rides Again"
    • Monday, December 4, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Hazards of Being a Policeman"
    • Tuesday, December 5, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Number of Paraplegics Have Increased as a Result of the War"
    • Tuesday, December 5, 1972, 11:00 PM: "How the British Criminal Compensation Board Works"
    • Wednesday, December 6, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Do Schools Have a Legal Responsibility to Teach Students to Read?"
    • Wednesday, December 6, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Film: 'Presciption--Food'"
    • Thursday, December 7, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Rape Is the Only Crime That Requires Corroboration by Testimony Other Than the Victim's"
    • Thursday, December 7, 1972, 11:00 PM: "An Anecdote from Margaret Truman's Book"
    • Friday, December 8, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Death of Life Magazine"
    • Monday, December 11, 1972, 6:00 PM: "How Much We Spend a Year on Automobiles"
    • Monday, December 11, 1972, 11:00 PM: "What Strange Games Are the Participants in the Peace Negotiations Playing"
    • Tuesday, December 12, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Black Market in Toilet Paper in Chile
    • Tuesday, December 12, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland's Main Avenue Bridge Is a Horror"
    • Wednesday, December 13, 1972, 6:00 PM: "United Nations Support Terrorism"
    • Wednesday, December 13, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Porter's Explanation of the Main Avenue Bridge"
    • Thursday, December 14, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Why Does Food Cost So Much?"
    • Thursday, December 14, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Mayor Perk Has Brought $130 Million to the City in His First Year"
    • Friday, December 15, 1972, 6:00 PM: "An Accounting Firm in Mansfield Challenges the State Income Tax Issue"
    • Monday, December 18, 1972, 6:00 PM: "What's Happened to the War Settlement?"
    • Monday, December 18, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Man Will Not Be Heralded By the Angels"
    • Tuesday, December 19, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Boys' Life Magazine and Gun Advertisements"
    • Tuesday, December 19, 1972, 11:00 PM: "A State of Emergency in Cuyahoga County Because of Crime"
    • Wednesday, December 20, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Labor Rebells (sic) Against Monotony"
    • Wednesday, December 20, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Supreme Court's Decision on Illegitimacy"
    • Thursday, December 21, 1972, 6:00 PM: "All Nations Must Refuse Sanctuary to Terrorists"
    • Thursday, December 21, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Personal Income and Taxes"
    • Thursday, December 21, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Administration's Proposal to Control Television News Shows"
    • Friday, December 22, 1972, 6:00 PM: "The Tale of the Turtle and the Scorpion"
    • Monday, December 25, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Are They Singing 'Peace on Earth' in Hanoi and in the White House?"
    • Tuesday, December 26, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Harry Truman"
    • Tuesday, December 26, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Harry Truman"
    • Wednesday, December 27, 1972, 6:00 PM: "How Far Will the Bombing Go?"
    • Wednesday, December 27, 1972, 11:00 PM: "Will Mr. Kissinger Appear Before a Congressional Committee"
    • Thursday, December 28, 1972, 11:00 PM: "The Terrorists Ride Again"
    • Friday, December 29, 1972, 6:00 PM: "Senator Saxbe's Attack on President Nixon"
  4. Commentaries: Jan. 1-Mar. 29, 1973
    • Monday, January 1, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Increase in the Social Security Tax"
    • Tuesday, January 2, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Russians Tell Egypt Not to Start a War"
    • Tuesday, January 2, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Great Britain Joins the European Common Market"
    • Wednesday, January 3, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why the Weather Is Rainy and Cooler"
    • Wednesday, January 3, 1973 11:00 PM: "Why Can't the Americans Be Told by the Administration the Reasons for the Delay in Peace Negotiations?"
    • Thursday, January 4, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Meat Costs So Much"
    • Thursday, January 4, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Meat"
    • Friday, January 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The So-Called 'Good Old Days'"
    • Friday, January 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Vietnamese Are Not Angels"
    • [Monday], January 8, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Inflation in Ten Years"
    • Monday, January 8, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Think Big"
    • Tuesday, January 9, 1973, 6:00 PM: "There Is No Possibility of the President Signing a Bill by Congress to Stop Funds for the War"
    • Tuesday, January 9, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Republicans Could Hold Up a Bill to Stop Funds for the War"
    • Wednesday, January 10, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Corruption of the National Taste by Films Such as 'The Godfather'"
    • Wednesday, January 10, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Is 'Godspell' a Great Play?"
    • Thursday, January 11, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Cuban Government Has Now Outlined How Mysteries Are to be Written"
    • Thursday, January 11, 1973, 11:00 PM: "More Maddening Than the War Is the Cost of Food"
    • Friday, January 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "What Will Be the Effect of the President's Decision to Stop Mandatory Price Controls"
    • Friday, January 12, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The President Is Removing Price and Wage Controls"
    • Monday, January 15, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Fantastic Cost of Hospitals"
    • Monday, January 15, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Whitehead Makes Further Clarification of the Legislation Proposed by the Administration Concerning Television Stations"
    • Tuesday, January 16, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Geothermal Energy May Supply the Additional Electrical Energy the Country Needs"
    • Tuesday, January 16, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Crime Slightly Decreased in 1972 in Cleveland"
    • Wednesday, January 17, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Who and What Is Behind Watergate?"
    • Wednesday, January 17, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Representative George Mastics Is Starting an Investigation in the Cost of Hospital Fees and Also Doctors' Fees"
    • Thursday, January 18, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Inaugural Festivities"
    • Thursday, January 18, 1973, 11:00 PM: "What It Costs to Go to the Inauguration"
    • Friday, January 19, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Let's Stop Worrying About the Criminals And Pay Some Attention to the Victims"
    • Friday, January 19, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Governor Gilligan's Budget Includes a Proposal to Compensate the Victims of Crime"
    • Monday, January 22, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Many Europeans Are Putting Their Money in Jewels to Beat Inflation"
    • Monday, January 22, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Cynicism of the Soviets"
    • Tuesday, January 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "General Motors Recalls 3,700,000"
    • Tuesday, January 23, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Lyndon Johnson Dies, and Peace Comes"
    • Wednesday, January 24, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The War Is Over"
    • Wednesday, January 24, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of the War"
    • Thursday, January 25, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Retail Merchandise Giant: Sears & Roebuck"
    • Friday, January 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "How Can Cuyahoga County Dispose of 2 Million Tons of Garbage Every Year?"
    • Friday, January 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Painful Adjustment of the Prisoners of War"
    • Monday, January 29, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Soviets Banish Bridge"
    • Monday, January 29, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Bad Record--Six Rapes in One Weekend in Cleveland"
    • Tuesday, January 30, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The President Delivers a Blow to Medicare Patients"
    • Tuesday, January 30, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Spiro Agnew Wants to Banish the Press From His Trips"
    • Wednesday, January 31, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why Should We Give Hanoi $2 1/2 Billion?"
    • Thursday, February 1, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Can We Afford to Give North Vietnam Billions of Dollars in Aid?"
    • Thursday, February 1, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Senator Stennis--Another Victim of Free Access to Guns"
    • Friday, February 2, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A New Contract for the Textile Workers"
    • Friday, February 2, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Story of Mrs. Koontz Who Lives in Wadsworth"
    • Monday, February 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Congress Wants Automobile Companies to Pay for Any Defects"
    • Monday, February 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Doctor Refuses to Treat a Patient Because She Doesn't Have the Cash"
    • Tuesday, February 6, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Foreign Investments in the United States"
    • Tuesday, February 6, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Some Statistics About Cleveland"
    • Wednesday, February 7, 1973, 6:00 PM: "I Accuse the Rifle Association for Lobbying Against a Strong Anti-Gun Bill"
    • Wednesday, February 7, 1973, 11:00 PM: "India's Ingratitude"
    • Thursday, February 8, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Ports Potential Portrayed with Russia"
    • Thursday, February 8, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Pasteur Institute Develops an Influenza Vaccine"
    • Friday, February 9, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why the Europeans Have So Many American Dollars"
    • Friday, February 9, 1973, 11:00 PM: "There's Nothing the Matter with the American Dollar"
    • Monday, February 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution"
    • Tuesday, February 13, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Ten Percent Devaluation of the Dollar"
    • Tuesday, February 13, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Wounded Dollar"
    • Wednesday, February 14, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Should We Help to Rebuild North Vietnam?"
    • Wednesday, February 14, 1973, 11:00 PM: "We Helped Rebuild Germany and Japan and the Result Was a Raid on our Dollar"
    • Thursday, February 15, 1973, 6:00 PM: "An Incredible Decision on the Part of the Veterans Administration to Reduce Disability Pensions"
    • Thursday, February 15, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Abortions Are Now Legal"
    • Friday, February 16, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Vote at Seventeen"
    • Friday, February 16, 1973, 11:00 PM: "What the UAW Is Going to Ask for When the Renewal of their Contracts Comes Up"
    • Monday, February 19, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why We Should Support the Heart Drive"
    • Monday, February 19, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The American Market"
    • Tuesday, February 20, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Cloning--the Most Revolutionary Possibility Ever Conceived Of"
    • Tuesday, February 20, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Adopting a Baby"
    • Wednesday, February 21, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Food"
    • Wednesday, February 21, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Support the Heart Drive"
    • Thursday, February 22, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Israeli Shoot Down a Civilian Plane"
    • Thursday, February 22, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Public Opinion Condemns the Israeli"
    • Friday, February 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Plan to Bring Icebergs to Supply South California with Fresh Water"
    • Friday, February 23, 1973, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Businesses Plan to Spend $100 Billion for Plants and Equipment"
    • Monday, February 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Curran's Million Dollar Pension"
    • Tuesday, February 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Dollar Can Be Streched Only So Far"
    • Tuesday, February 27, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Foreign Aid Which the Taxpayer Has to Pay For"
    • Wednesday, February 28, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Coming Ice Age"
    • Wednesday, February 28, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Fortunately, North Vietnam Has Agreed to Release the Rest of the Prisoners"
    • Thursday, March 1, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Penalize Those Over 65?"
    • Thursday, March 1, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Brennan's Solution to the High Cost of Living"
    • Friday, March 2, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Gamblers Devaluated the Dollar"
    • Friday, March 2, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Too Many American Dollars on the Market"
    • Monday, March 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Lumber"
    • Monday, March 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Nations Should Stop Giving Sanctuary to Terrorists and Hijackers"
    • Tuesday, March 6, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Women's Rights in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia"
    • Tuesday, March 6, 1973, 11:00 PM: "High Tariffs in Japan"
    • Wednesday, March 7, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Let's Not Forget the Wounded Veterans of Vietnam in our Veterans' Hospitals"
    • Wednesday, March 7, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Rape of the Taxpayer"
    • Thursday, March 8, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Report by Ex-Senator Fred Harris on Tax Inequities"
    • Friday, March 9, 1973, 6:00 PM: "London Is Blitzed"
    • Friday, March 9, 1973, 11:00 PM: "How the Pentagon Spends Our Money"
    • Monday, March 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Cheating and Corruption in Vietnam"
    • Monday, March 12, 1973, 11:00 PM: "How to Make Food More Abundant and, Therefore, Bring Down the Prices"
    • Tuesday, March 13, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The American Indians at Wounded Knee"
    • Wednesday, March 14, 1973, 6:00 PM: "How Peru and Ecuador Take Advantage of the U.S."
    • Wednesday, March 14, 1973, 11:00 PM: "What About Adequate Lighting on the Willow Freeway and the West Shoreway?"
    • Thursday, March 15, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Producing Milk and Meat"
    • Thursday, March 15, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Carpenters Ask for a $3 Increase Over 3 Years"
    • Friday, March 16, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Fantastic Tax Collections of Cities and States"
    • Friday, March 16, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Hanoi Violates the Peace Treaty"
    • Monday, March 19, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Future Cost of Gasoline"
    • Monday, March 19, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Equal Pay and Equal Job Opportunities for Women"
    • Tuesday, March 20, 1973, 6:00 PM: "India's Problem with the Cow"
    • Tuesday, March 20, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Senator Ervin Challenges the Administration"
    • Wednesday, March 21, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Plans for a Park in Greater Cleveland"
    • Wednesday, March 21, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Senator Ribicoff Reports on Dangerous Chemical Injections Into Livestock"
    • Thursday, March 22, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Damage to the Crop Due to the Cold"
    • Thursday, March 22, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Supreme Court Decides That Real Estate Taxes Cannot Be Divided So That All Schools in a County Have the Same Amount of Money to Spend on Each Student"
    • Friday, March 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Supreme Court Decides Against an Effort to Equalize Tax Laws"
    • Friday, March 23, 1973, 11:00 PM: "What Is the Mystery Surrounding Watergate"
    • Monday, March 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "James McCord Makes a Statement"
    • Monday, March 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "George Meany Urges Congress to Restore Price and Wage Controls"
    • Tuesday, March 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Homes"
    • Tuesday, March 27, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Contented Cows Do Give More Milk"
    • Wednesday, March 28, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Middle East Controls 60 Percent of the Oil Reserves"
    • Wednesday, March 28, 1973, 11:00 PM: "To Postpone the Building of the Alaskian (sic) Pipe Line Would Be a Calamity"
    • Thursday, March 29, 1973, 6:00 PM: "George Meany's Warning to the Administration About Prices"
    • Thursday, March 29, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why Are We Fighting in Cambodia?"
  5. Commentaries: Apr. 5-Aug. 31, 1973
    • Thursday, April 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Business and Industry Lose More than $3,000,000,000 Year to Thieves"
    • Thursday, April 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Arguments in Favor of No-Fault Insurance"
    • Friday, April 6, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Illegitimate Children Left Behind in Vietnam"
    • Friday, April 6, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Congressman Stanton is Arranging for Aid to the CTS"
    • Monday, April 9, 1973, 6:00 PM: "How Long will the Congress Wait to Act on Price Controls?"
    • Monday, April 9, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Subsidies Will No Longer be Needed For the American Farmer"
    • Tuesday, April 10, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Anchovies and the Cost of Chickens"
    • Tuesday, April 10, 1973, 11 PM: "The White House Refuses to Talk to Dr. Rinfret"
    • Wednesday, April 11, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The New Pacemakers"
    • Wednesday, April 11, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Are Subsidies to Farmers Necessary Now?"
    • Thursday, April 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Cambodian Trap"
    • Thursday, April 12, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Castro's Control Over Writing Novels"
    • Friday, April 13, 1973, 6:00 PM: "How the Federal Government Wastes Money"
    • Friday, April 13, 1973, 11:00 PM: Are we Going to be Involved in War Again?"
    • Monday, April 16, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Dishonesty in Hot Dogs"
    • Monday, April 16, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Picasso and His Legitimate and Illegitimate Children"
    • Tuesday, April 17, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The President Wins Another Victory"
    • Tuesday, April 17, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Japanese Workers Go On Strike"
    • Wednesday, April 18, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Useless Laws That are Passed Every Day"
    • Wednesday, April 18, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Sinatra Sings for His Supper"
    • Thursday, April 19, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Lon Nol Depends Upon Wizards and Fortune Tellers"
    • Thursday, April 19, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Free Press is the Life and Blood of a Free Country"
    • Friday, April 20, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A New Development in the Textile Industry"
    • Friday, April 20, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Stupidity of the Men Who Surround Nixon"
    • Monday, April 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Seat Belts to be Mandatory"
    • Monday, April 23, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Money Spent on Servants for Generals"
    • Tuesday, April 24, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Code of Decency and Good Taste for Radio"
    • Tuesday, April 24, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Administration Considers an Increase in Taxes"
    • Wednesday, April 25, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Loss of Hearing as a Result of Noises in the Army"
    • Wednesday, April 25, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Muggings by Children"
    • Thursday, April 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "An 80-year Old French Television Star"
    • Thursday, April 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Wadsworth's Vasectomy Case"
    • Friday, April 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Men who Planned Watergate were Stupid as Well as Cynical"
    • Friday, April 27, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Watergate is a Tale of Trickery and Duplicity"
    • Monday, April 30, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The President's Cupboard is Bare"
    • Tuesday, May 1, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Some Executive Salaries that do not Conform to the 5 1/2 Percent Wage Increase"
    • Tuesday, May 1, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Our Dog, Lupe"
    • Wednesday, May 2, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Story of Mrs. Hermine Ryan, a Former Member of the S.S."
    • Wednesday, May 2, 1973, 11:00 PM: "White House Secretary Apologizes to the Press"
    • Thursday, May 3, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Standard of Living in India"
    • Thursday, May 3, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Liz Taylor's Diamond and it's Value"
    • Friday, May 4, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Will Vote on the Lottery on Tuesday"
    • Friday, May 4, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Anniversary of the Kent Killings"
    • Monday, May 7, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Senator Proxmire Continues his Attack on the Expensive Set up for the Brass in the Army and the Navy"
    • Monday, May 7, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Standard Oil Sells a License to China"
    • Tuesday, May 8, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Sky Lab"
    • Tuesday, May 8, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Libraries are Being Denied a Subsidy"
    • Wednesday, May 9, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Japanese Doctor is Hoping to Save an American Baby by a Unique Operation"
    • Thursday, May 10, 1973, 6:00 PM: "More on the Skylab"
    • Thursday, May 10, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Edgar Hoover and the Ellsberg Affair"
    • Friday, May 11, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The House Acts to Stop the Bombin in Cambodia"
    • Friday, May 11, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Should Studded Tires be Done Away With?"
    • Monday, May 14, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Incredible Story of Mitchell, Stans, and Vesco"
    • Monday, May 14, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Power of Lightening"
    • Tuesday, May 15, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Ohio Building Authority Ought to Give the Vending Concessions to the Blind"
    • Wednesday, May 16, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Clevelanders' Dream to Restore the Old Allen Theater May be Becoming a Reality"
    • Wednesday, May 16, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Is Impeachment Possible?"
    • Thursday, May 17, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Bizarre Murder"
    • Thursday, May 17, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Republicans Face the Serious Problem of Inflation"
    • Friday, May 18, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Senate Foreign Relations Committee Votes Unaminously to Forbid the President to Wage an Undeclared War"
    • Friday, May 18, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Message From the President of Sohio"
    • Monday, May 21, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Pierre Rinfret's Proposal of an Additional Income Tax"
    • Monday, May 21, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Our Fantastic Situation in Cambodia"
    • Tuesday, May 22, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Proposal to Stop the Energy Crisis"
    • Tuesday, May 22, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Senator Fulbright's Statement That we Might Take Over the Oil Resources of the Middle East"
    • Wednesday, May 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Watergate is Like Shakespearean Play"
    • Wednesday, May 23, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Bugging is the Most Terrible Fact in the Watergate Evidence"
    • Thursday, May 24, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The British Government's Plan for Millions of Trees to be Planted in England"
    • Thursday, May 24, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Suicide of Congressman William Mills"
    • Friday, May 25, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Our Oil Sources"
    • Friday, May 25, 1973, 11:00 PM: "British Blackmail"
    • Tuesday, May 29, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Phenomena in a Backyard in Texas"
    • Tuesday, May 29, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Toyota Outsells the Volkswagon"
    • Wednesday, May 30, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Let's Stop American's Prosperity!"
    • Wednesday, May 30, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Administration is Thinking of a Huge Gasoline Tax"
    • Thursday, May 31, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Inferiority of the Russians Compared to the Americans"
    • Thursday, May 31, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why the President Had to Go to Iceland to Meet Pompidou"
    • Friday, June 1, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of the Blue Cross"
    • Friday, June 1, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Senate Cancels all Funds for Cambodia"
    • Monday, June 4, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Would it be Wise to Change the Weather?"
    • Monday, June 4, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Senator Buckley's Strange Definition of the Sacredness of Human Life"
    • Tuesday, June 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "How Lord Lambton's Indiscreet Pictures Got Into the London Papers"
    • Tuesday, June 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Constant Squabbling Between City Council and the Mayor"
    • Wednesday, June 6, 1973, 6:00 PM: The Fantastic Cost of Soybeans"
    • Wednesday, June 6, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Is There a Shortage of Gasoline?"
    • Thursday, June 7, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Strange Phenomenon in the Insect World"
    • Thursday, June 7, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The British and American Governments are Working on a Death Ray"
    • Friday, June 8, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why is the Administration Doing Nothing About Inflation?"
    • Friday, June 8, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why Doesn't the President Hold a Press Conference?"
    • Monday, June 11, 1973, 6:00 PM: "How Our Tax Money is Spent"
    • Monday, June 11, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why Johnson Would Not Run Again"
    • Tuesday, June 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Middle East is a Mess"
    • Tuesday, June 12, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Garfield Heights High School's Graduation"
    • Wednesday, June 13, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Governor Reagan's Tax Plan"
    • Wednesday, June 13, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why Should Any Presidential Candidate Cost $50,000,000?"
    • Thursday, June 14, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The PResident's Plan to Pub Controls on Prices Once Again"
    • Thursday, June 14, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Check on J. Edgar Hoover"
    • Friday, June 15, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Russia's Inability to Build Apartment Houses that are Sturdy"
    • Friday, June 15, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Porter and Long Hair"
    • Monday, June 18, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Brezhnev's Life Style"
    • Monday, June 18, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Russia Remains a Bureacracy that Controls the Economy and Even the Thinking of all the Russian People"
    • Tuesday, June 19, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why the Federal Government SHould Pay for the Presidential Elections"
    • Tuesday, June 19, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Lorelie"
    • Wednesday, June 20, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Policeman is Killed by a Gun"
    • Wednesday, June 20, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Exchange of Gifts Between Brezhnev and Nixon"
    • Thursday, June 21, 1973, 6:00 PM: "First Class Postage to Cost 10 Cents"
    • Thursday, June 21, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Dramatic Changes in International Relationships"
    • Friday, June 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Russia's Inflexible Attitude Toward the Jews"
    • Friday, June 23, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Gulf Oil Predicts that Oil Will Cost a Dollar a Gallon and How This Will Change Our Life Style"
    • Monday, June 25, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Dean's Devastating Evidence"
    • Tuesday, June 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Chickens and Eggs"
    • Tuesday, June 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Governor Reagan Hopefully Prepares to be a Candidate for the Presidency"
    • Wednesday, June 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Tonnage of Bombs Dropping Over South Vietnam During the War"
    • Thursday, June 28, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Not Only Food but Clothes are Getting More Expensive"
    • Thursday, June 28, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The White House List of People They Dissaprove Of"
    • Friday, June 29, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Method of Hydrophonics and How it Can Help Us"
    • Friday, June 29, 1973, 11:00 PM: "More on the Watergate Investigation"
    • Monday, July 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Camp David"
    • Tuesday, July 24, 1973, 6:00 PM: "What is Grimmer than Watergate?"
    • Tuesday, July 24, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of San Clemente"
    • Wednesday, July 25, 1973, 6:00 PM: "High Noise Levels Damage Hearing Ability"
    • Thursday, July 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Watergate Witnesses are Bright and Intelligent"
    • Thursday, July 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Nonsense of Arresting Perk"
    • Friday, July 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Mayor and the Meat Shortage"
    • Friday, July 27, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Dayton Police Department's Secret Taping"
    • Monday, July 30, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Women's Lib Movement and Congressmen's Pay Raises"
    • Monday, July 30, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Who Uses Television Sets?"
    • Tuesday, July 31, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Season fo Death in Calcutta"
    • Tuesday, July 31, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Senator Mansfield Wants a 50 Percent Reduction in the Troops Abroad"
    • Wednesday, August 1, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Europe Can Afford its own Military Defenses"
    • Wednesday, August 1, 1973, 11:00 PM: "An Insight into the Philosophy of Ehrlichman"
    • Thursday, August 2, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Story of Stella Nevins"
    • Thursday, August 2, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Bordello"
    • Friday, August 3, 1973, 6:00 PM: "An Episode in Truman's Life"
    • Friday, August 3, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Obscene Wall Imprisoning East Germans"
    • Monday, August 6, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Was Malthus Right?"
    • Tuesday, August 7, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Spiro Agnew Also"
    • Wednesday, August 8, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Vice President's Press Conference"
    • Wednesday, August 8, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Colonel Gaddafi"
    • Thursday, August 9, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Wheat Costs so Much"
    • Thursday, August 9, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Liz Taylor's Jewels"
    • Friday, August 10, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Living in 1980"
    • Friday, August 10, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Americans Admire a Fighter"
    • Monday, August 13, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The FBI's Report on Crime"
    • Monday, August 13, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A New Way of Creating a Protein to be Used for Feeding Livestock"
    • Tuesday, August 14, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why we Will Have a Depression"
    • Tuesday, August 14, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Workers' Pay in China"
    • Wednesday, August 15, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Can't Official Documents be Intelligible to the Layman?"
    • Wednesday, August 15, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The President's Speech to the Nation"
    • Thursday, August 16, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The President's Address"
    • Thursday, August 16, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The War in Indochina is Over"
    • Friday, August 17, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Global Warming/A New Pacemaker"
    • Friday, August 17, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why American Capital is Invested in Europe"
    • Monday, August 20, 1973, 6:00 PM" "Cows and Bulls"
    • Monday, August 20, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Reported Plan to Assassinate the President/Handgun"
    • Tuesday, August 21, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Congressman Kucinich and Flowers for the White House"
    • Tuesday, August 21, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Vice President's Angry Statement"
    • Wednesday, August 22, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Mr. Kissinger to Become Secretary of State"
    • Wednesday, August 22, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The President Conducted the Press Conference Admirably"
    • Thursday, August 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Twelve Year Old Girl Fights for Rights for Women"
    • Thursday, August 23, 1973, 11:00 PM: "How Serious is Worldwide Pollution?/Republic Steel"
    • Friday, August 24, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Mr. Stein Believes Americans are Better off than they Realize"
    • Friday, August 24, 1973, 11:00 PM: "It's Become Fashionable to Attack Utilities"
    • Monday, August 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why the Chinese are Preparing for War"
    • Monday, August 27, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Baby Boom is Over"
    • Tuesday, August 28, 1973, 6:00 PM: "An Invasion of Fleas"
    • Tuesday, August 28, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Possible Strike Against Chrysler"
    • Wednesday, August 29, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Average American is Richer than any Other Person"
    • Wednesday, August 29, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Confusion Over Treasury Notes"
    • Thursday, August 30, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Cholera Appears in Italy"
    • Thursday, August 30, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Judge Sirica's Decision"
    • Friday, August 31, 1973, 6:00 PM: "What Does a Man Feel when Death Becomes Imminent?"
    • Friday, August 31, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Russia is a Torture Chamber for Intellectuals"
  6. Commentaries: Sept. 3-Dec. 31, 1973
    • Monday, September 3, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Oldest Living Human Being Dies"
    • Monday, September 3, 1973, 11:00 PM: "What Labor Has Achieved in the Last 70 Years"
    • Tuesday, September 4, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Do the Raises Received Increase the Average Person's Purchasing Power?"
    • Tuesday, September 4, 1973, 11:00 PM: "General Motors and Ford are Accused of Price Collusion"
    • Wednesday, September 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The President's Press Conference"
    • Wednesday, September 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The President's Press Conference"
    • Thursday, September 6, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Story of Queen Juliana"
    • Thursday, September 6, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Strange Order on the Part of the Hindu Government"
    • Friday, September 7, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Russia Wants to Suppress Individual Thought and Concepts"
    • Friday, September 7, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Senator Harold Hughes Gives up Political Life"
    • Monday, September 10, 1973, 6:00 PM: "More Flying Saucers?"
    • Monday, September 10, 1973, 11:00 PM: "New Beds of Oil Discovered on the Eastern Coast"
    • Tuesday, September 11, 1973, 6:00 PM: "400 Tons of Gold"
    • Tuesday, September 11, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A District Court Judge in Tokyo Rules that an Army in Japan is Unconstitutional"
    • Wednesday, September 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Fifteen Million Americans are on Welfare"
    • Wednesday, September 12, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Watergate was Unearthed by Newspapermen"
    • Thursday, September 13, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Robots Fight Fires"
    • Thursday, September 13, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Valley Forge High School Offering Rifle Shooting"
    • Friday, September 14, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Arthur Burns Proposes a 10% Increase of Taxes"
    • Friday, September 14, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Simpson's Fantastic Notion of Controlling Smoking"
    • Monday, September 17, 1973, 11:00 PM: "NASA Comes up with a Solution for Automobile Pollution"
    • Tuesday, September 18, 1973, 12:30 PM: Interview: David Brand, President of Brand Advertising agency; chairman of Cleveland Advertising Club (Truth in Advertising Committee)
    • Tuesday, September 18, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Interstate 77 and 71 Have Become Nightmares for Clevelanders"
    • Wednesday, September 19, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Chrysler Union Contract"
    • Wednesday, September 19, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Petroleum-Exporting Companies Want Another Increase in their Selling Prices"
    • Thursday, September 20, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Scarcity of Fuel Oil"
    • Thursday, September 20, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Needs an Ombudsman"
    • Friday, September 21, 1973, 6:00 PM: A House with 160 Rooms"
    • Friday, September 21, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Henry Kissinger's Appointment"
    • Monday, September 24, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Who Wants to Get Rid of Spiro Agnew?"
    • Tuesday, September 25, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The California Institute for the Future Reports on what they Expect in the Next Five Years"
    • Tuesday, September 25, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Our Troops in Europe Cost us $4,000,000,000 a Year"
    • Wednesday, September 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Astronauts Adjust to Gravity"
    • Wednesday, September 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The House Refuses to Try the Vice President"
    • Thursday, September 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A $10,000,000 Tip Helps the Police"
    • Thursday, September 27, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Michagan Passes No-Fault Insurance"
    • Friday, September 28, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Basil Russo and his Attitudes Towards Women/Abortion"
    • Friday, September 28, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Was the Administration Responsible for the Indictment of Agnew?"
    • Monday, October 1, 1973, 6:00 PM: "What our Military Bill Cost Us"
    • Monday, October 1, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Large Donations Put Candidates Under Questionable Obligations"
    • Tuesday, October 2, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Wheat Deal was an Advantage for the Russians"
    • Wednesday, October 3, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Austria Has Yielded to the Terrorists"
    • Wednesday, October 3, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Sydney Opera House"
    • Thursday, October 4, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Princess Anne's Wedding"
    • Thursday, October 4, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Four Hundred Thousand Gallons of Lethal Nerve Gas in Denver"
    • Friday, October 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Our Penal Code Should be Reformed, Prison Sentences Shortened but with Great Severity"
    • Friday, October 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Brutal Burning in Boston"
    • Friday, October 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Selling wheat to the Russians/A Giant Comet, Kohoutek, is Coming"
    • Monday, October 8, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Population of Egypt Compared with that of Israel"
    • Tuesday, October 9, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why did the City Council Ignore the $812,000 in Federal Aid?"
    • Tuesday, October 9, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Oil-Producing Countries Ask for a 66% Increase in Cost"
    • Wednesday, October 10, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Agnew's Resignation"
    • Wednesday, October 10, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Agnew's Resignation"
    • Thursday, October 11, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Israeli Strategy in Syria"
    • Friday, October 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "An Erroneous Story About the Bombing of the Russian Embassy"
    • Friday, October 12, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Who Will be the Next Vice President?"
    • Monday, October 15, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Support Issue 10 (Training and Care for the Mentally Retarded)/U.S. and the Middle Eastern War
    • Monday, October 15, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Vast Number of Dollars the Arabs will Accumulate as a Result of Their Sale to Us."
    • Tuesday, October 16, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Henry Kissinger's Nobel Prize Award"
    • Tuesday, October 16, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Henry Kissinger"
    • Wednesday, October 17, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Orphans in Cambodia"
    • Wednesday, October 17, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Russia's Aid to the Arabs"
    • Thursday, October 18, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Do We Need a Vice President?"
    • Thursday, October 18, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Movement in France to Stop Supermarkets From Being Built"
    • Friday, October 19, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Amount of Money the Farmer Receives for Food Compared to the Middleman"
    • Friday, October 19, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Soviets Demand Cash for the Armaments Shipped to Egypt"
    • Monday, October 22, 1973, 6:00 PM: "President Nixon is Perplexing"
    • Monday, October 22, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why Did the President Say He Was Going to Defy the Law?"
    • Tuesday, October 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The President Changes His Mind"
    • Tuesday, October 23, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Why Did the President Change His Mind?"
    • Wednesday, October 24, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Russians' Responsibility in the Middle East War"
    • Wednesday, October 24, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Deals, Deals, Deals"
    • Thursday, October 25, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The U.S. Calls Russia's Bluff"
    • Thursday, October 25, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger Reports on the Alert"
    • Friday, October 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Do Some People Age Faster Than Others?"
    • Friday, October 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Vote for a Child"
    • Monday, October 29, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Alligator Farms Are Big Business"
    • Monday, October 29, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Beauty of Fall"
    • Tuesday, October 30, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Small Percentage of Profit Made by Retail Grocers"
    • Tuesday, October 30, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Would Electric Cars Be Accepted by Americans?"
    • Wednesday, October 31, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why is Saxbe Willing to Become the Attorney General?"
    • Wednesday, October 31, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Saxbe for Attorney General"
    • Thursday, November 1, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Two of the Tapes Are Missing"
    • Thursday, November 1, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Golda Meir Arrives in the U.S."
    • Friday, November 2, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Mercy Killing or a Murder?"
    • Friday, November 2, 1973, 11:00 PM: "How to Hurry the Building of the Alaskan Pipeline"
    • Monday, November 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Exploding Population"
    • Monday, November 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "What Would Impeachment Mean?"
    • Tuesday, November 6, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Palace Theater's Revival"
    • Wednesday, November 7, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Congress Overrides the President's Veto"
    • Wednesday, November 7, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Congress Asserts its Right to Decide When There Shall Be War"
    • Thursday, November 8, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The President Calls for the Conservation of Energy"
    • Thursday, November 8, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Oil Exports From This Country Are Very Minimal"
    • Friday, November 9, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Italians' Tax Structure"
    • Friday, November 9, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Can American Ingenuity Provide the Energy We Need?"
    • Monday, November 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Americans Should Voluntarily Reduce the Use of Gas by 10 Percent"
    • Monday, November 12, 1973, 11:00 PM: "No Increased Taxes for Gasoline"
    • Tuesday, November 13, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Consolidated Edison Wants Pollution Controls Lifted"
    • Tuesday, November 13, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Ecologists Are Responsible for the Fuel Shortage"
    • Wednesday, November 14, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Social Security to be Increased"
    • Wednesday, November 14, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Senator Saxbe is Absent from the Senate"
    • Thursday, November 15, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Food Will Go Up Along With the Cost of Oil"
    • Thursday, November 15, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Without Oil Our Crops Will Decrease in Size"
    • Friday, November 16, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Economic Advantages of the Nation as a Result of Social Security"
    • Friday, November 16, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Oil Made Out of Coal"
    • Monday, November 19, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why the Taxpayer Should Pay for Presidential and Congressional Campaigns"
    • Monday, November 19, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Export-Import Bank Loans Russia Money at 6 Percent While Private Banks on a Similar Project Receive 12 Percent"
    • Tuesday, November 20, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Do Some People Live to Great Ages - Some 125 Years of Age - In Vilcamambia?"
    • Tuesday, November 20, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Report on Pierre Rinfret's Talk"
    • Wednesday, November 21, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Japanese Golf Clubs"
    • Wednesday, November 21, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Are the Ecologists Responsible for the Oil Shortage?"
    • Thursday, November 22, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The American Dream"
    • Thursday, November 22, 1973, 11:00 PM: "America's Heritage"
    • Friday, November 23, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Firestone Receives a Big Order"
    • Monday, November 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Holy Shroud of Turin"
    • Monday, November 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "What Is the Difference Between King Faisal and the Hijackers?"
    • Tuesday, November 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "$854,000,000 is the Amount That Shoplifters Steal a Year"
    • Tuesday, November 27, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Thirty Cent Tax on a Gallon of Gasoline"
    • Wednesday, November 28, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Rosemary Wood's Dilemma"
    • Wednesday, November 28, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A New Dental Device"
    • Thursday, November 29, 1973, 6:00 PM: "More About Kohutek"
    • Thursday, November 29, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Most Expensive City in the World"
    • Friday, November 30, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Oil We Send to Vietnam"
    • Friday, November 30, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Let's Not Sell the U.S. Short"
    • Monday, December 3, 1973, 6:00 PM: "President Truman and Some of His Salty Remarks"
    • Monday, December 3, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Kuwait Doesn't Want the Mideast War to be Settled"
    • Tuesday, December 4, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Pioneer Ten Leaves the Solar System"
    • Wednesday, December 5, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Teamsters Are on Strike"
    • Wednesday, December 5, 1973, 11:00 PM: "What do the Teamsters Want?"
    • Thursday, December 6, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The U.S. Postal Service has Ordered 350 Vans That Run on Electricity"
    • Thursday, December 6, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Truck Drivers Have Grievances but Their Blockade Is Illegal"
    • Friday, December 7, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Does Japan Have Fewer Crimes Than the U.S.?"
    • Friday, December 7, 1973, 11:00 PM: "More Profits for the Arab Oil-Producing Countries"
    • Monday, December 10, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Coal Can Now Be Freed from Its Sulphur Content"
    • Monday, December 10, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Monumental Profits of the Oil Industry"
    • Tuesday, December 11, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Mansfield News Journal's Report on the Escape of a Convict from the Penitentiary"
    • Tuesday, December 11, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Need to Change Tax Laws"
    • Wednesday, December 11, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Shah of Iran Predicts the Cost of Oil Will Be Ten Times the Price for Which It Is Sold Now"
    • Wednesday, December 11, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Iran Sends the Price of Oil Skyrocketing"
    • Thursday, December 12, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Tragic Unemployment Faces the English People"
    • Thursday, December 12, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The English Tragedy"
    • Friday, December 13, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A Proposal to Use Manure to Create Power"
    • Friday, December 13, 1973, 11:00 PM: "American Dollars in India"
    • Monday, December 17, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Once More the Terrorists"
    • Monday, December 17, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Russia Is Getting Everything She Wants"
    • Thursday, December 20, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Will Ten Gallons Suffice to Take People to Their Jobs and Back Again?"
    • Thursday, December 20, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Trappings of the Presidency"
    • Friday, December 21, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Why Congressman Minshall Will Not Run Again"
    • Friday, December 21, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Enemies of President Nixon"
    • Monday, December 24, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Greed of the Arab Oil-Producing Countries"
    • Monday, December 24, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Shah of Iran Tells Us to Lower Our Standard of Living"
    • Tuesday, December 25, 1973, 6:00 PM: "Ted Kennedy and Prime Minister Trudeau"
    • Tuesday, December 25, 1973, 11:00 PM: "A Fast Growing Plant That Will Produce the Pulp Necessary to Make Paper"
    • Wednesday, December 26, 1973, 6:00 PM: "CTS Continues to Lose Money"
    • Wednesday, December 26, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Valery and Galina Panov"
    • Thursday, December 27, 1973, 6:00 PM: "New Laws"
    • Thursday, December 27, 1973, 11:00 PM: "Rationing"
    • Friday, December 28, 1973, 6:00 PM: "The Utilities Commission Makes a Fantastic Decision"
    • Friday, December 28, 1973, 11:00 PM: "The Utilities Commission Makes a Fantastic Decision"
    • Monday, December 31, 1973, 6:00 PM: "A GM Worker Battles for Safer Cars from Now On"
    • Monday, December 31, 1973, 11:00 PM: "My New Year's Wishes"
  7. Commentaries: Jan. 1-Apr. 30, 1974
    • Tuesday, January 1, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why King Feisal Is Angry at the Italians"
    • Tuesday, January 1, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A British Ship Is Salvaged"
    • Wednesday, January 2, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Judge Sirica and Moslem Women"
    • Wednesday, January 2, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Cleveland Press Deserves an Accolade"
    • Thursday, January 3, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The United Automobile Workers Propose a March on Washington"
    • Thursday, January 3, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Is the Shortage for the Purpose of Making High Profits?"
    • Friday, January 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Qaddafi Threatens the Italians"
    • Friday, January 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Lack of Refining Capacity is Causing the Shortage of Oil"
    • Monday, January 7, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Power of an Idea"
    • Tuesday, January 8, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why Invest Money in Russia to Develop Gas?"
    • Tuesday, January 8, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Internal Revenue Service Offers Aid to Taxpayers in Filling Out Their Forms"
    • Wednesday, January 9, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Are Americans Extravagant in the Use of Packaging Foods?"
    • Wednesday, January 9, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Scarcity of Wheat"
    • Thursday, January 10, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Secretary of Defense Warns the Arabs Not to Go Too Far"
    • Thursday, January 10, 1974, 11:00 PM: "France Breaks the Solidarity of the Western Nations"
    • Friday, January 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Loss of Jobs Due to the Energy Crisis"
    • Friday, January 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Strange Story of Ruth Harris"
    • Tuesday, January 15, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Salaries of City Workers"
    • Tuesday, January 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "William Simon, the Energy Administrator, Says There Will Be No Gouging of Americans"
    • Tuesday, January 15, 1974, 12:30 N: "GUEST: Ralph Charell, author of 'How I Turn Ordinary Complaints Into Thousands of Dollars,' Connecticut"
    • Thursday, January 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger's Victory"
    • Thursday, January 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The First Step Towards Peace in the Middle East"
    • Friday, January 18, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Danger of Overpopulation"
    • Friday, January 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The English Miners"
    • Monday, January 21, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Kissinger's Triumphant Announcement to Circumvent Russia"
    • Monday, January 21, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Chuckholes"
    • Tuesday, January 22, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Supreme Court Rules for Pregnant Women"
    • Wednesday, January 23, 1974, 6:00 PM: "What Is Wrong With Making a Profit?"
    • Wednesday, January 23, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Jim Reston's Proposal"
    • Thursday, January 24, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The History of Khadafy"
    • Thursday, January 24, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Exxon and King Feisal"
    • Friday, January 25, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Propane Gas"
    • Friday, January 25, 1974, 11:00 PM: "An Exodus of City Officials"
    • Monday, January 28, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Disgraceful Mural in the Bicentennial Center"
    • Monday, January 28, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Cheek-to-Cheek Dancing Has Returned"
    • Tuesday, January 29, 1974, 6:00 PM: "More Shootings at John Kennedy High School"
    • Tuesday, January 29, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Absurdity of Daylight Savings Time in Winter"
    • Wednesday, January 30, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Scandalous Condition of Transportation Throughout the Country"
    • Wednesday, January 30, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Legal Safeguards for Pensions Are Necessary"
    • Thursday, January 31, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Case of Lori Paton"
    • Thursday, January 31, 1974, 11:00 PM: "City Council Prepares a Gun Control Law"
    • Friday, February 1, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Cleveland Orchestra is One of the Great Orchestras of the World"
    • Monday, February 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Truckers' Strike"
    • Monday, February 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "What the Independent Truckers Want"
    • Tuesday, February 5, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Miners' Strike in England"
    • Tuesday, February 5, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A New Concept of Oil"
    • Wednesday, February 6, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Size of Our Taxes"
    • Wednesday, February 6, 1974, 11:00 PM: "How Long We Work to Pay Our Taxes"
    • Thursday, February 7, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Does Everyone Need a College Education?"
    • Thursday, February 7, 1974, 11:00 PM: "We Are Training at Our Expense 125 Saudi Arabian Sailors - Why?"
    • Friday, February 8, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Americans Are Building Factories for the Russians"
    • Monday, February 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Can the City Afford More Hospitalization for Policemen and Firemen?"
    • Monday, February 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Truckers Make a Proposal"
    • Tuesday, February 12, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Sun May Be the Answer to the World's Need for More Power"
    • Wednesday, February 13, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Defamation Suit Brought by the Late Pope Pius XII's Neice"
    • Wednesday, February 13, 1974, 11:00 PM: [Utility Companies Should Not Curtail Advertising]
    • Thursday, February 14, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Hearst Abductor"
    • Thursday, February 14, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Exile of Solzhenitsyn"
    • Friday, February 15, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Luxury of American Life"
    • Friday, February 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Chinese Are Against American Symphonies - 'They Are Capitalistic'"
    • Monday, February 18, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why Do We Sell Wheat to Saudi Arabia?"
    • Monday, February 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why Henry Kissinger Could Never Be President"
    • Tuesday, February 19, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Food Is Going to Be Scarcer and More Expensive"
    • Tuesday, February 19, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Russia Is a Vast Prison"
    • Wednesday, February 20, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Mass Production of Electric Automobiles"
    • Wednesday, February 20, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Busing Is Senseless"
    • Thursday, February 21, 1974, 6:00 PM: "What Makes a Successful Man?"
    • Thursday, February 21, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Oil Is Discovered in the Antarctic"
    • Friday, February 22, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Have Remnants of the Ark Been Seen on the Side of Mt. Ararat?"
    • Friday, February 22, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Ifs in History"
    • Monday, February 25, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why Food Costs So Much"
    • Monday, February 25, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Anger at the Method of Raising Congressmen's Salaries"
    • Tuesday, February 26, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The President's Conference"
    • Tuesday, February 26, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The President Puts on a Fine Show"
    • Wednesday, February 27, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Shall the Interest on Mortgages for Homes Be Raised?"
    • Wednesday, February 27, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Pantsuits and Policemen"
    • Thursday, February 28, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The 55 Mile Per Hour Speed Limit"
    • Thursday, February 28, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Horror of Kidnapping"
    • Friday, March 1, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Seven Watergate Defendants"
    • Monday, March 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Our War Veterans Are Being Treated Scandalously"
    • Monday, March 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Loopholes in the Tax Laws"
    • Tuesday, March 5, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Market Receives a Vitamin Shot"
    • Wednesday, March 6, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Cleveland City Council and the Ohio State Legislature Consider Gun Control Legislation"
    • Wednesday, March 6, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Sauna Bath Trial"
    • Thursday, March 7, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Streaking"
    • Friday, March 8, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Proposed Gas Deal With Russia"
    • Monday, March 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Possibility of a World Famine"
    • Monday, March 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Senator Ervin Comes to Town"
    • Wednesday, March 13, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Senator Hughes and Senator MacClellan Debate Capital Punishment"
    • Thursday, March 14, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why Do We Give Aid to Saudi Arabia? She Is Rich Enough Not to Need It."
    • Friday, March 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "How Much Watergate Must We Take?"
    • Tuesday, March 19, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why the Oil Embargo Has Been Lifted"
    • Wednesday, March 20, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Number of Federal Employees is Growing Faster than the Population of the Country"
    • Wednesday, March 20, 1974, 11:00 PM: "How Long We Have to Work to Pay Taxes"
    • Thursday, March 21, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Government Spends Money in a Fantastically Absurd Fashion"
    • Thursday, March 21, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Peron Wants the Population of Argentina Doubled"
    • Friday, March 22, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Famine in Ethiopia"
    • Friday, March 22, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Pensions and Gallping Inflation"
    • Monday, March 25, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The New Tenant-Landlord Bill Before the Ohio Senate"
    • Monday, March 25, 1974, 11:00 PM: "France's Relationship With Syria"
    • Wednesday, March 27, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Profits Made by Processors and Retailers of Food"
    • Wednesday, March 27, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The American People Are Shocked at teh $45,000,000 Allocated by the Government to Maintain Beef Prices"
    • Thursday, March 28, 1974, 6:00 PM: "George Meany Opposes Imports"
    • Thursday, March 28, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Associated Milk Producers, Inc. and Their Contribution to Presidential Campaigns"
    • Friday, March 29, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Russia's Military Power"
    • Monday, April 1, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Tax Reduction is a Very Important Necessity"
    • Monday, April 1, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Once More Kent"
    • Tuesday, April 2, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Senator Abourzek Says Oil Companies Are Trying to Suppress the Use of Solar Energy"
    • Tuesday, April 2, 1974, 11:00 PM: "What NATO Costs Us"
    • Wednesday, April 3, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Are Colleges Spending Too Much Money on Sports Programs?"
    • Wednesday, April 3, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Shocking Suggestion of Dishonesty About the U.S. Ambassador to South Vietnam"
    • Thursday, April 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Hearst Girl Must Have Been Drugged"
    • Thursday, April 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "State Auditor Ferguson Refuses to Pay Abortion Salaries"
    • Friday, April 5, 1974, 6:00 PM: "India Asks for More Help from the U.S."
    • Friday, April 5, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A New Method to Treat Burns"
    • Monday, April 8, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The No-Fault Proposals for Ohio"
    • Monday, April 8, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger Says We Are Committed to Saving Saigon"
    • Tuesday, April 9, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Trust Has Raised the Minimum Down Payment on Homes"
    • Tuesday, April 9, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Proposals to Make Kidnapping Unprofitable"
    • Wednesday, April 10, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The White House's Access to Tax Returns of Poltical Opponents"
    • Thursday, April 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Longevity in the United States"
    • Thursday, April 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Golda Meir's Resignation"
    • Friday, April 12, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Mona Lisa Goes to Tokyo"
    • Friday, April 12, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Moving Sidewalks"
    • Monday, April 15, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The U.S. Postal Service Has 1700 New High-Paying Jobs"
    • Monday, April 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A New Steel Contract"
    • Tuesday, April 16, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Chicago Businessman Says That the Federal Income Tax Act Is Illegal"
    • Tuesday, April 16, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Crime Rate is Ghastly"
    • Wednesday, April 17, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Was Miss Hearst Brainwashed?"
    • Wednesday, April 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Hearst Story is the Most Bizarre of This Decade"
    • Thursday, April 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Pentagon Suddenly Finds $266,000,000"
    • Friday, April 18, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Enormous Salaries of Presidents of ITT and GM"
    • Friday, April 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why Don't the Senatorial Candidates Discuss the Issues Instead of Hammering Away at Their Tax Returns?"
    • Monday, April 22, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The First Quarter is Down and Ominous"
    • Monday, April 22, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A New Proposal to Save Oil"
    • Tuesday, April 23, 1974, 6:00 PM: "How Much Oil Profit Is Reasonable?"
    • Tuesday, April 23, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Some Huge Profits Are Recorded in the First Quarter of the Year"
    • Wednesday, April 24, 1974, 6:00 PM: "We Woo Egypt With $240,000,000"
    • Wednesday, April 24, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Hospital Rates Are Going Up and Up"
    • Thursday, April 25, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Japanese and the Mona Lisa"
    • Thursday, April 25, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Luxuries for the Post Office Executives"
    • Friday, April 26, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Agony of the Poor"
    • Friday, April 26, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Federal Reserve Board's Fight Against Inflation"
    • Monday, April 29, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Oil Profits"
    • Monday, April 29, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Senator Proxmire Wants More Economics Practiced in the Government"
    • Tuesday, April 30, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The President's Tapes"
    • Tuesday, April 30, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The President's Dialogue With Dean"
  8. Commentaries: May 1-Aug. 30, 1974
    • Wednesday, May 1, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Garbage Strike"
    • Wednesday, May 1, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Controls on Prices and Wages Is Dead"
    • Thursday, May 2, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Senate Approves of No-Fault Insurance"
    • Friday, May 3, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Ohio's Inheritance Law Concerning Illegitimate Children is Being Challenged"
    • Friday, May 3, 1974, 11:00 PM: "How Could the President Allow Himself to Be Caught in the Watergate Situation?"
    • Monday, May 6, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Price of Fertilizer"
    • Monday, May 6, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Interest Rates Are at 10 1/2 Percent"
    • Tuesday, May 7, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Money Market Is in Convulsions"
    • Wednesday, May 8, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Has the Time Come to Do Away With Primaries?"
    • Wednesday, May 8, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Russian Ruble Has No Gold Value"
    • Thursday, May 9, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Willie Brandt"
    • Thursday, May 9, 1974, 11:00 PM: "As Inflation Increases, Taxes Increase"
    • Friday, May 10, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Contemporary Leaders Are Disappearing"
    • Friday, May 10, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Resignation or Impeachment?"
    • Monday, May 13, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Telephones in Brazil"
    • Monday, May 13, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Weather is Getting Colder"
    • Tuesday, May 14, 1974, 6:00 PM: "How Arab Money is Being Invested"
    • Tuesday, May 14, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A 16-Year-Old Shoots to Kill at East Tech High"
    • Wednesday, May 15, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Mrs. Nixon's Jewels"
    • Wednesday, May 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Terrorists in Israel"
    • Thursday, May 16, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Where Was the Voice of the Arab Nations Decrying the Tragedy in Israel?"
    • Thursday, May 16, 1974, 11:00 PM: "More Notes on the Cost of Living"
    • Friday, May 17, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Legality of the Law Concerning Discrimination in Employment Because of Age"
    • Friday, May 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Impact on Our Export Trade Due to the Increased Cost of Oil"
    • Monday, May 20, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Ohio Votes for an Extended Workmen's Compensation Law"
    • Monday, May 20, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Money for the Suez Canal"
    • Tuesday, May 21, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Rain-Making in Vietnam by the Defense Dept."
    • Tuesday, May 21, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A New Tree Developed for Paper-Making"
    • Wednesday, May 22, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Consolidated Edison's Problems"
    • Thursday, May 23, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why Carpeting Costs So Much"
    • Thursday, May 23, 1974, 11:00 PM: "13,700,000 Persons Work for the Government"
    • Friday, May 24, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Some Happy Reports"
    • Friday, May 24, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The U.S. is Housecleaning a River"
    • Monday, May 27, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Declaration Day and What it Means"
    • Monday, May 27, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Banner of America Does Not Fly as Proudly as It Has"
    • Tuesday, May 28, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Sawhill Says That Cars Must Be Built That Can Get More Mileage on a Gallon"
    • Tuesday, May 28, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Ill-Fated Ireland"
    • Wednesday, May 29, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Peace at Last in the Middle East"
    • Wednesday, May 29, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger - The Magician"
    • Thursday, May 30, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Carpenters' Strike"
    • Thursday, May 30, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Judge Krenzler's Proposal"
    • Friday, May 31, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Puppies / Poison Gas Tests - Australian Spider Webs - Carpenter Wage Increase"
    • Friday, May 31, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Foreign Aid"
    • Monday, June 3, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Raw Material Price Increase - Palestinian Hostages Murdered"
    • Monday, June 3, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Vulgar, Questionable Movies"
    • Tuesday, June 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Demise of Singing Telegram - Amalgamated Clothing Workers Strike"
    • Tuesday, June 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Dishonest Presidential Aides"
    • Wednesday, June 5, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Chemical Plant Explosion and Inflation"
    • Wednesday, June 5, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Smallpox Epidemic in India"
    • Thursday, June 6, 1974, 6:00 PM: "D-Day Anniversary & Veterans Administration"
    • Thursday, June 6, 1974, 11:00 PM: "D-Day Tribute"
    • Friday, June 7, 1974, 6:00 PM: "CWRU Receives a $2 1/2 Million Award for Research"
    • Monday, June 10, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Our Weather Is Getting Colder"
    • Monday, June 10, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Spiro Agnew's Home to the Taxpayer"
    • Tuesday, June 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "John Ellis - a Veteran - Demands Some Justice"
    • Tuesday, June 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Streets Are Dirty"
    • Wednesday, June 12, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger's Dilemma"
    • Thursday, June 13, 1974, 6:00 PM: "When Should a Man Convicted of Murder be Paroled?"
    • Thursday, June 13, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Thousands of Egyptians Cheer Nixon"
    • Friday, June 14, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Americans Do Not Approve of the Gifts Given to the Egyptians by the President"
    • Friday, June 14, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Egyptians Are Cheering Us Today - What About Tomorrow?"
    • Monday, June 17, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Meat"
    • Monday, June 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Absurdity of Revenue Sharing"
    • Tuesday, June 18, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Fifteen Men Who Surrounded the President Have Been Brought Into the Courts"
    • Tuesday, June 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Secretary Butz Proposes to Save the Cattle Breeders"
    • Wednesday, June 19, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Availability of the Sun for Energy and the Faulty Workmanship on Automobiles"
    • Wednesday, June 19, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Russian Voting and Its Absurdity"
    • Thursday, June 20, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Wages and Prices Chase Each Other"
    • Tuesday, June 25, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Release by the Sudanese Government of the Terrorists"
    • Monday, July 1, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Unleaded Gasoline"
    • Wednesday, July 3, 1974, 11:00 PM: "How Many Nuclear Warheads Do We Have?"
    • Thursday, July 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Who Are the Men Who Signed the Declaration of Independence?"
    • Thursday, July 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Philosophy of the Declaration of Independence"
    • Friday, July 5, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Government's Control Over News"
    • Friday, July 5, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Food in Japan"
    • Monday, July 8, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Materials Used in the Manufacture of Automobiles"
    • Monday, July 8, 1974, 11:00 PM: "$80,000,000 Surplus in the Ohio State Treasury"
    • Tuesday, July 9, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why Compensate the Beef Industry?"
    • Tuesday, July 9, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The President Has Allowed Watergate to Become a Constitutional Issue"
    • Wednesday, July 10, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Italians Face Bankruptcy"
    • Wednesday, July 10, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Red Poppy and the Turks"
    • Thursday, July 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Consumer Bills Wait for Congressional Action"
    • Friday, July 12, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Eviel Knievel"
    • Friday, July 12, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why Did the President Keep the Tapes?"
    • Monday, July 15, 1974, 6:00 PM: "William Simon's Fantastic Suggestion of How to Control Inflation"
    • Monday, July 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Blind Face of Justice"
    • Tuesday, July 16, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Jeopardy of Savings and Loans"
    • Tuesday, July 16, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Overthrow of the Bishop in Cyprus"
    • Wednesday, July [17], 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Agony of Cyprus"
    • Wednesday, July 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The House Passes the Bill to Aid the Meat Industry"
    • Thursday, July 18, 1974, 6:00 PM: "We Live in an Age of Violence"
    • Thursday, July 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Iran Buys Part of Krupp Steelworks"
    • Friday, July 19, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Ford Motor to Develop a Vehicle that Will Ride on a Magnetic Field"
    • Friday, July 19, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Should Taxpayers Have to Bail Out the Meat Producers of Their Own Mistake?"
    • Monday, August 12, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Senator Goldwater Proposes 10 Percent Cuts in Salaries"
    • Monday, August 12, 1974, 11:00 PM: "President Ford's Address to the Nation"
    • Tuesday, August 13, 1974, 6:00 PM: "President Ford Gives His First Talk to the Congress"
    • Tuesday, August 13, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Tumultuous Reception for President Ford"
    • Wednesday, August 14, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Trouble in Cyprus"
    • Wednesday, August 14, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Question of Guns in the City Has Not Been Settled"
    • Thursday, August 15, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Stonewalling and the Turks"
    • Thursday, August 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Turkey's Aggressor in Cyprus"
    • Friday, August 16, 1974, 6:00 PM: "It Is Population Control or Famine"
    • Friday, August 16, 1974, 11:00 PM: "John Sawhill and Ties"
    • Monday, August 19, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The World Population Must Be Controlled or We Face Famine"
    • Monday, August 19, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Greece's Lack of Gratitude"
    • Tuesday, August 20, 1974, 6:00 PM: "George Forbes Issues an Ultimatum to the Cleveland Police"
    • Tuesday, August 20, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Nelson Rockefeller is Presented by the President for the Vice Presidency Nomination"
    • Wednesday, August 21, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Rockefeller's Wealth"
    • Wednesday, August 21, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why Don't We Make the Vice President an Assistant to the President"
    • Thursday, August 22, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Six Million Old People Live in Poverty"
    • Thursday, August 22, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Dismay Over a Proposed 10 Percent Tax on Gasoline"
    • Friday, August 23, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Difficulties in Venturing Into Space"
    • Friday, August 23, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Two Faces of Justice"
    • Monday, August 26, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Desolation in Cyprus"
    • Monday, August 26, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Congress Votes for an Appropriation That Is Sheer Waste"
    • Tuesday, August 27, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Money Spent by the Government to Maintain the President in Regal Style"
    • Tuesday, August 27, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Lone Eagle Ends His Flight"
    • Wednesday, August 28, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Oil Is Not Going Down"
    • Wednesday, August 28, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The President Holds a Successful Press Conference"
    • Thursday, August 29, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Canning Jars and Lids to Cover Them Are Not Available in Any Store for the Steel Mills Are Short of Tin"
    • Thursday, August 29, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Problem of Rockefeller's Wealth"
    • Friday, August 30, 1974, 6:00 PM: "We Supply Turkey With More Arms"
    • Friday, August 30, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Communists Are Making Inroads Into South Vietnam"
  9. Commentaries: Sept. 2-Dec. 31, 1974
    • Monday, September 2, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Pension Bill Becomes Official"
    • Monday, September 2, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Labor's Achievements Are Great"
    • Tuesday, September 3, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Pensions and What They Provide"
    • Tuesday, September 3, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Soaring Costs of Automobiles"
    • Wednesday, September 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Indian Government Is Rather Childish"
    • Wednesday, September 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Enormous Losses Americans Have Sustained in Their Stockholdings"
    • Thursday, September 5, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why Food Costs So Much"
    • Thursday, September 5, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Czechoslocakia's Gold"
    • Friday, September 6, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Is Downtown Really Cleaned Up?"
    • Friday, September 6, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Four Hundred FBI Agents Are Investigating Nelson Rockefeller"
    • Monday, September 9, 1974, 6:00 PM: "President Ford's Unprecedented Act"
    • Monday, September 9, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Bold Act by the President"
    • Tuesday, September 10, 1974, 6:00 PM: "What Is the Story in Back of the Pardon?"
    • Tuesday, September 10, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The White House Is Worried About President Ford's Pardon"
    • Wednesday, September 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Utilities Need to be Allowed an Increase in Their Rates"
    • Wednesday, September 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "William Saxbe Decrees Violent Crime"
    • Thursday, September 12, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Power of Public Opinion and Judge Gorman's Decision"
    • Thursday, September 12, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Unexpected Danger of Pollutants That Have Been Disregarded Until Now"
    • Friday, September 13, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The U.S. Is a Democracy and Not a Monarchy"
    • Friday, September 13, 1974, 11:00 PM: "We Pay More for Taxes Than We Spend for Food, Shelter, and Clothing"
    • Monday, September 16, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Soviet Government Suppresses a Group of Artists"
    • Monday, September 16, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Arabs Raise the Price of Oil Again"
    • Tuesday, September 17, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Aristotle Onassis's Tower on Fifth Avenue; The U.S. Treasury Allows Only Those With Money to Buy Two-Year Notes"
    • Tuesday, September 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Full Pardon for Nixon but a Limited One for Deserters and Drafters Who Escaped"
    • Wednesday, September 18, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Slower Speeds Reduce Accidents on the Road"
    • Wednesday, September 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Freedom of Speech is Denied at CWRU"
    • Thursday, September 19, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Striking Teachers; Candy Goes Up"
    • Thursday, September 19, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Assassination of President Kennedy Is Again Being Told Of"
    • Friday, September 20, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Our Part in Chile"
    • Friday, September 20, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger Defends the Detente"
    • Monday, September 23, 1974, 6:00 PM: "An Amendment to the Traffic and Motor Safety Act Becomes Law"
    • Monday, September 23, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Rockefeller's Wealth Is a Handicap to Him"
    • Tuesday, September 24, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Rachel Scott's Book 'Muscle and Blood'"
    • Tuesday, September 24, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why Increase the Weight of Trucks?"
    • Thursday, September 26, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Royal Attitude of Presidents"
    • Thursday, September 26, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Levy for the Cleveland Public Library"
    • Friday, September 27, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Are We Being Gouged?"
    • Friday, September 27, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Multitude of Government Forms"
    • Monday, September 30, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Ten Cent Gasoline Tax?"
    • Tuesday, October 1, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Nuclear-Powered Ship Is Wandering From Port to Port"
    • Tuesday, October 1, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Increased Cost of Oil Means Famine for Thousands"
    • Wednesday, October 2, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Municipal Light Plant Should Be Sold"
    • Wednesday, October 2, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A 30-Cent Tax on a Gallon of Gas!"
    • Thursday, October 3, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Story of Martin Radtke"
    • Friday, October 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Senators' Lecture Fees"
    • Friday, October 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "'How Sweet it Is' - for the Arabs"
    • Monday, October 7, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Our Gifts to Egypt"
    • Monday, October 7, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Five Billion Dollars on a Missile Defense Installation Is Wasted"
    • Tuesday, October 8, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The President's Recommendation"
    • Tuesday, October 8, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Five Percent Tax"
    • Wednesday, October 9, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Inadequacy of President Ford's Proposals"
    • Wednesday, October 9, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The President's Talk Is Anemic"
    • Thursday, October 10, 1974, 6:00 PM: "San Diego Reduces the Costs of Transportation and Increases Riders"
    • Thursday, October 10, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Where, Oh Where Is Wilbur?"
    • Friday, October 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Bill to Control Campaign Spending"
    • Friday, October 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Rate of Inflation in Other Countries"
    • Monday, October 14, 1974, 6:00 PM: "GTS Is in Trouble Again"
    • Monday, October 14, 1974, 11:00 PM: "King Faisal Is Thinking of Reducing the Cost of a Barrel of Oil by One Dollar"
    • [Tuesday], October 15, 1974, 6:00 PM: "I Urge a Buyers' Strike"
    • Tuesday, October 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Resolution to Reduce My Cost of Living"
    • Wednesday, October 16, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Scandalous Cost of Automobiles"
    • Wednesday, October 16, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Beauty of Fall"
    • Thursday, October 17, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why the City Needs an Increase in the Income Tax"
    • Thursday, October 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Industry Will Need $4 1/2 Trillion in the Next 10 Years for Expansion"
    • Friday, October 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Possibility of a Coal Strike"
    • Monday, October 21, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Why Doesn't the Government Economize?"
    • Monday, October 21, 1974, 11:00 PM: "We Are in a Period of Decadence"
    • Tuesday, October 22, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why Economize With Food Only for the Enlisted Men?"
    • Monday, October 28, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Shadow of Depression Is Visible"
    • Monday, October 28, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Mileti's Triumph"
    • Tuesday, October 29, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Guns Only Have One Purpose - To Kill"
    • Tuesday, October 29, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Life Is Cheap in Cleveland"
    • Wednesday, October 30, 1974, 6:00 PM: "An Outrageous Proposal to Tax Veterans' Disability Payments"
    • Wednesday, October 30, 1974, 11:00 PM: "How Far Shall the Government Regulate Our Private Lives?"
    • Thursday, October 31, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Hounding of Rockefeller"
    • Thursday, October 31, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Who Is Benefitting by Inflation?"
    • Friday, November 1, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Mr. Nixon is Paying His Own Medical Costs"
    • Friday, November 1, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Sugar and its Profits"
    • Monday, November 4, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Strikes Are Wasteful"
    • Monday, November 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Coal Strike Is Imminent"
    • Tuesday, November 5, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Malthus Was Right"
    • Tuesday, November 5, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Democratic Victory"
    • Wednesday, November 6, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Democrats Now Have a Great Responsibility"
    • Wednesday, November 6, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why the Democrats Won"
    • Thursday, November 7, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Cheating on Welfare"
    • Thursday, November 7, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Is the Republican Party Coming Apart at the Seams?"
    • Friday, November 8, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Nightmare for the Guardsmen Is Over"
    • Friday, November 8, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Night to Remember"
    • Monday, November 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Press Engages a Lockout"
    • Monday, November 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why Did the Pess Engage in a Lockout?"
    • Tuesday, November 12, 1974, 6:00 PM: "What the Striking Miners Want"
    • Tuesday, November 12, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Why the Amalgamated Clothing Workers Walked Off Their Jobs for Two Hours"
    • Wednesday, November 13, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The U.S. Urges West Germany to Increase Her Army"
    • Wednesday, November 13, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Yasser Arafat Appears Before the U.S."
    • Thursday, November 14, 1974, 6:00 PM: "We Are Caught Between Inflation and Depression"
    • Thursday, November 14, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Is Rockefeller's Generosity to be His Political Undoing?"
    • Friday, November 15, 1974, 6:00 PM: "An Incredible Murder in England"
    • Friday, November 15, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Venezuela Proposes a Measure for Safety in Driving"
    • Monday, November 18, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Kissinger Suggests a Way to Protect Banks From Sudden Withdrawal of Arab Money"
    • Monday, November 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Unemployment Is With Us"
    • Tuesday, November 19, 1974, 6:00 PM: "An Inadequate Supply of Bees"
    • Tuesday, November 19, 1974, 11:00 PM: "What Makes a Stripper Valuable?"
    • Wednesday, November 20, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Canton Fireman Have a Complaint"
    • Wednesday, November 20, 1974, 11:00 PM: "James Dawson's Optomistic Report on the Economy"
    • Thursday, November 21, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Lawsuit Against the Bell System"
    • Thursday, November 21, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Giant Size of AT&T"
    • Friday, November 22, 1974, 6:00 PM: "How Dangerous to the Economy of the World Are the Oil Profits?"
    • Friday, November 22, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Rockefeller Is Approved"
    • Monday, November 25, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Tragedy in Bogotas"
    • Monday, November 25, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The U.S. Plays Santa Claus"
    • Tuesday, November [26], 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Sugar"
    • Tuesday, November 26, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Another Detente"
    • Wednesday, November 27, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Horror of Bangladesh"
    • Wednesday, November 27, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Is Justice Blind?"
    • Thursday, November 28, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Arthur Burns Urges a Tax on Gasoline"
    • Friday, November 29, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Close Vote in New Hampshire"
    • Friday, November 29, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Anemic Detente"
    • Monday, December 2, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A New Electric Car"
    • Monday, December 2, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Depression All Over the World"
    • Tuesday, December 3, 1974, 6:00 PM: "How the Soviets Made a Killing on the Sugar"
    • Tuesday, December 3, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Kuwait Buys Mercedes Benz Stock"
    • Wednesday, December 4, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Dethronement of Wilbur Mills"
    • Thursday, December 5, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Arthur Burns Is Opposed to the Free Selling and Buying of Gold"
    • Friday, December 6, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Limitations on Jobs for Those Over Sixty"
    • Friday, December 6, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Oil's Impact on Japan"
    • Monday, December 9, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Laforce Engine"
    • Monday, December 9, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Jackson Attacks the Detente"
    • Tuesday, December 10, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Our Sick Transit System"
    • Tuesday, December 10, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A Case in the Small Claims Court in Akron"
    • Wednesday, December 11, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Labor Wants Tariff Restrictions"
    • Wednesday, December 11, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Saudi Arabia Refuses to Take Sterling in Payment of Oil"
    • Thursday, December 12, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Inflation in Germany"
    • Thursday, December 12, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A $30,000,000,000 Tax Cut to Stop Unemployment"
    • Friday, December 13, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Case of Lynda Taylor's Abuse of Welfare"
    • Friday, December 13, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The O.P.E.C. Gives the World a Christmas Present of Higher Oil Costs"
    • Monday, December 16, 1974, 6:00 PM: "How Much We Spend for Christmas Cards"
    • Monday, December 16, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Crime in New York and Chicago"
    • Tuesday, December 17, 1974, 6:00 PM: "What We Need Is a $3,000 Car"
    • Tuesday, December 17, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Is the Auto Industry Breaking Up?"
    • Wednesday, December 18, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Gold Pays No Dividends, Why, Then, the Passion to Own It?"
    • Wednesday, December 18, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Collecting Original Manuscripts"
    • Thursday, December 19, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Who Pays Taxes in the Country?"
    • Thursday, December 19, 1974, 11:00 PM: "Strikes Are Wasteful"
    • Friday, December 20, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Does the Sioux Tragedy of 1868 Still Function?"
    • Friday, December 20, 1974, 11:00 PM: "President Ford Wants to Reduce Medicare and Food Stamps"
    • Monday, December 23, 1974, 6:00 PM: "The Bill to Raise the Load Weight of Trucks"
    • Monday, December 23, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Warehouse at Johnson Space Center in Houston is Incredible"
    • Tuesday, December 24, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Not Government Subsidies but Tax Reduction is the Answer to Unemployment"
    • Tuesday, December 24, 1974, 11:00 PM: "A 25 Percent Inflation"
    • Wednesday, December 25, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Rudolph Hess and the Cost of Shoplifting"
    • Wednesday, December 25, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Oil is Responsible for Unemployment"
    • Thursday, December 26, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Unemployment Breeds Unemployment"
    • Thursday, December 26, 1974, 6:00 PM: "Is This the Time for the President and Congress to Be on a Holiday?"
    • Friday, December 27, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The Sale of Gold"
    • Monday, December 30, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Plumber's Helper is Awarded $100,000 a Year"
    • Monday, December 30, 1974, 11:00 PM: "The CIA's Perversion"
    • Tuesday, December 31, 1974, 6:00 PM: "A Yugoslavian Immigrant"
    • Tuesday, December 31, 1974, 11:00 PM: "1974 Was a Brutal Year"
  10. Commentaries: Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1975
    • Wednesday, January 1, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Our Political and Economic System is Worth Saving"
    • Wednesday, January 1, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Record of the 93rd Congress"
    • Thursday, January 2, 1975, 6:00 PM: "How Hard Does Congress Work?"
    • Thursday, January 2, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Leonard Ratner"
    • Friday, January 3, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Supreme Court's Decision that Garlic Odors Are Not a Nuisance"
    • Friday, January 3, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger - 'Possibility of Using Force Against Arab Oil Countries Cannot Be Ruled Out'"
    • Monday, January 6, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Electric Busses Used in Long Beach, California"
    • Monday, January 6, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The War in Vietnam is Not Over"
    • Tuesday, January 7, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Our Potential Oil Resources"
    • Tuesday, January 7, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Trucking Industry Wins"
    • Wednesday, January 8, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Has Science Been a Benefactor to Mankind?"
    • Wednesday, January 8, 1975, 11:00 PM: "A Strike by the Oil Refinery Workers"
    • Thursday, January 9, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A Stamp Collection"
    • Thursday, January 9, 1975, 11:00 PM: "A 3 Percent Tax on a Barrel of Crude Oil"
    • Friday, January 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Vietnam Again?"
    • Friday, January 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Amount of Armaments the Arab Countries Are Buying"
    • Monday, January 13, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A Young Woman Dies Because of Violence"
    • Monday, January 13, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Will the Oil Tax Affect the Purchase of Oil?"
    • Tuesday, January 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Tax Rebate"
    • Tuesday, January 14, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The President's Plan"
    • Wednesday, January 15, 1975, 6:00 PM: "How the Tax Rebate Will Affect Us"
    • Wednesday, January 15, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Unemployment Takes Precedence Over Inflation"
    • Thursday, January 16, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The President is Ready to Reduce Social Security Benefits"
    • Thursday, January 16, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The President's Proposed Tax on Oil Would Accelerate Inflation"
    • Friday, January 17, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Why Is Gas so Expensive?"
    • Friday, January 17, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Part of Our Energy Crisis Is Due to Lack of Capital"
    • Monday, January 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The FBI's Dossiers on Congressmen"
    • Monday, January 20, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Butz Decides to Save $650,000 for His Department by Increasing the Cost of Food Stamps"
    • Tuesday, January 21, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Our Innumerable Taxes"
    • Tuesday, January 21, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Federal Government Is the Biggest Spender in the Nation"
    • Wednesday, January 22, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Age of Violence Is Upon Us"
    • Thursday, January 23, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The President's Economic Philosophy"
    • Thursday, January 23, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Virtue, Apparently, Is Its Own Reward"
    • Friday, January 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Mr. Meany Rejects President Ford's Proposals"
    • Friday, January 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Meany Calls President Ford's Proposal 'The Weirdest One I've Ever Seen'"
    • Monday, January 27, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A New Oil Strike in Texas / The Electric Car"
    • Monday, January 27, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Senator Jackson's Criticism of President Ford's Proposals"
    • Tuesday, January 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Fifteen Million Americans Will Suffer as a Result of the President's Reduction in Food Stamps"
    • Tuesday, January 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "All the World Loevs a Lover but Not the Soviets"
    • Thursday, January 30, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Americans Are Working in Saudi Arabia"
    • Thursday, January 30, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Vietnam Again?"
    • Friday, January 31, 1975, 6:00 PM: "President Ford's Plan to Save Money"
    • Monday, February 3, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Dr. Teller Believes Detroit Could Produce a Car That Would Get 50 Miles an Hour"
    • Monday, February 3, 1975, 11:00 PM: "An Arab Buys a Detroit Bank"
    • Tuesday, February 4, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Why Give Foreign Aid and Deny Aid to Our Own People?; Perk Is Planning to Recycle the City's Rubbish to Make Fuel for the Muny Light Plant"
    • Tuesday, February 4, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Russia Refuses to Pay Her Lend-Lease Debt"
    • Wednesday, February 5, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The House Votes Against the President's Wish to Do Away With Food Stamps"
    • Wednesday, February 5, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Has Unionism Outlived Its Value?"
    • Thursday, February 6, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Are Our High School Graduates Uneducated?"
    • Thursday, February 6, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Dress Manufacturers Want to Cancel the Union Agreement"
    • Friday, February 7, 1975, 6:00 PM: "How Government Officials Spend the Taxpayers' Money Extravagantly"
    • Friday, February 7, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Elizabeth Carmichael's 70 Miles-to-a-Gallon New Car"
    • Monday, February 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A Simple and Direct Technique to Procure More Gas"
    • Monday, February 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Why Are We Training King Faisal's Troops?"
    • Tuesday, February 11, 1975, 6:00 PM: "NASA's Lewis Center Has Been Delegated to Do Research on a Substitute for Oil"
    • Wednesday, February 12, 1975, 11:00 PM: "What the Ground Hog is Looking for When He Emerges From His Hole"
    • Thursday, February 13, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Is the Social Security Fund Sound?"
    • Thursday, February 13, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Governor Rhodes Thinks Big"
    • Friday, February 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The War Between the Bireds and the 101st Airborne Division"
    • Friday, February 14, 1975, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Steel Defies the Court"
    • Monday, February 17, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Two Israeli Scientists Discover a Cure for the Common Cold"
    • Tuesday, February 18, 1975, 6:00 PM: "How Mona Lisa Would Sound if She Could Talk"
    • Tuesday, February 18, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Is the United States to Become a Supplier of Mercenaries?"
    • Wednesday, February 19, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Senator Hart Proposes a Handgun Control Law"
    • Wednesday, February 19, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Senator Brooke Wants a Repeal of the Fair Trade Laws"
    • Thursday, February 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Does the President Have the Right to Appropriate Impounded Funds?"
    • Thursday, February 20, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Inflation Will Be Accelerated by the $3 Tx on a Barrel of Oil"
    • Friday, February 21, 1975, 6:00 PM: "How Producers Get Around Increased Costs"
    • Friday, February 21, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Last of hte Watergate Defendants Have Been Sentenced"
    • Monday, February 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Automobile Slump Is World-Wide"
    • Monday, February 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Were 'The Good Old Days' Really So Good?"
    • Tuesday, February 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Some of the Absurd Ways in Which the Taxpayers' Money Is Spent"
    • Tuesday, February 25, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Are We Responsible for Cambodia?"
    • Wednesday, February 26, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Military Extravagance and Cleveland Chuckholes"
    • Wednesday, February 26, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The President Wants to Raise the Price of 'Old Oil' to $11 a Barrel"
    • Thursday, February 27, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Governor Rhodes Will Have to Sell His Bond Issue; The War Between Ecology and Industry"
    • Thursday, February 27, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Contribution by Negroes to Our Industrial Greatness"
    • Friday, February 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "J.C. Penney Reduces Their Prices"
    • Friday, February 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Arabs Propose to Destroy Israel by the Use of an Economic Weapon"
    • Monday, March 3, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Why Beef is So Expensive"
    • Monday, March 3, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Algeria Complains About the Cost of American Goods"
    • Tuesday, March 4, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Oil-Producing Countries Complain About Inflation Ignoring the Fact That the Price of Oil Has Contributed to It"
    • Tuesday, March 4, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The U.S. Does Not Have Enough Facilities to Train Doctors"
    • Wednesday, March 5, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A Widow of 95 Years of Age Lives on $70 a Month Right Here in Cleveland"
    • Wednesday, March 5, 1975, 11:00 PM: "An 85 Year Old Man Remembers the Town He Was Born in and Leaves His Estate to Them"
    • Thursday, March 6, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Mrs. Abzug and the CIA"
    • Thursday, March 6, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Terrorists Act Again"
    • Friday, March 7, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A Waitress Files a Complaint Against Her Employer Charging Sex Discrimination / The Arab Oil-Producing Countries Complain That Their Income Is Being Reduced Because of America's Inflation"
    • Friday, March 7, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Shall We Send More Money to Cambodia?"
    • Monday, March 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Alaskan Pipeline"
    • Monday, March 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Absurd Way the National Institute of Health Spends Money"
    • Tuesday, March 11, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A Grievous Clunder on the Part of the Long Island Police; Reports of a New Type of Automobile"
    • Tuesday, March 11, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Senator Humphrey Wants a Larger Tax Rebate"
    • Wednesday, March 12, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Labor Accepts Cuts to Retain Jobs"
    • Wednesday, March 12, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Federal and Private Debt"
    • Thursday, March 13, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Fantastic Questionnaire That Must Be Answered by Those Who Apply for a Federal Job"
    • Thursday, March 13, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Senator Hatfield's Proposal for a New Tax Form"
    • Friday, March 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Federal Trade Commission Rules That Psychic Surgery Is Fakery"
    • Friday, March 14, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Illegal Contributions to Political Campaigns"
    • Monday, March 17, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Did Onassis's Wealth Make Him Happy?"
    • Monday, March 17, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Duplicity of Fine Print in Contracts"
    • Tuesday, March 18, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The House and Ways Committee's Proposal for a Gasoline Tax"
    • Tuesday, March 18, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Republican Party Is Shocked at the Deficit"
    • Wednesday, March 19, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Supreme Court Rules That Oil and Gas Resources Being on the Three-Mile Limit Do Not Belong to the States"
    • Wednesday, March 19, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Onassis Was a Sad Billionaire"
    • Thursday, March 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Living in Alaska"
    • Thursday, March 20, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The North Vietnamese Control the Skies of South Vietnam"
    • Friday, March 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Cost of Living in the U.S. Compared to That in Alaska"
    • Monday, March 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Brazil Fights to Retain Its Trees"
    • Monday, March 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Spring Is Here"
    • Tuesday, March 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "An Appraisal of King Faisal"
    • Tuesday, March 25, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Assassination of King Faisal"
    • Wednesday, March 26, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Is North Vietnam Unbeatable?"
    • Wednesday, March 26, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger Warns Us of Consequences if We Don't Go to the Aid of Vietnam"
    • Thursday, March 27, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Shall the Government Play the Part of Nursemaid to Americans?"
    • Thursday, March 27, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Is the Tax Rebate Adequate?"
    • Friday, March 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Tragedy in Vietnam"
    • Friday, March 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Dallas's Absurd Law on Nudity"
    • Monday, March 31, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Ambassador Saxbe Tells the Hindus Off"
    • Monday, March 31, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Warner and Swasey Ad"
  11. Commentaries: Apr. 1-June 27, 1975
    • Tuesday, April 1, 1975, 6:00 & 11:00 PM: "Cleveland's Rate of Crime Is Greater Than Any Other Large City"
    • Wednesday, April 2, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Muny Light Plant Is in Debt"
    • Wednesday, April 2, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Should We Support Farm Prices Again?"
    • Thursday, April 3, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Agony of Vietnam"
    • Thursday, April 3, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Have the South Vietnamese Lost Their Will to Fight?"
    • Friday, April 4, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Why Should Not Those Who Rent Homes or Apartments Receive a Tax Credit Just as the Homeowners Receive Credits?"
    • Friday, April 4, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The South Vietnamese Left a Billion Dollars Worth of American Equipment to teh North Vietnamese as They Fled"
    • Monday, April 7, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A Tribute to the Cleveland Public Library"
    • Monday, April 7, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Unlegislated Tax Increases"
    • Tuesday, April 8, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Medical Mutual Raises Its Rates Again"
    • Tuesday, April 8, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Death of the Generalissimo"
    • Wednesday, April 9, 1975, 6:00 PM: "'Vietnam Is an Illness in the White House'"
    • Wednesday, April 9, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Governor Rhodes' Dramatic Proposal"
    • Thursday, April 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Initiations for Fraternities Are Barbarous / Cleveland's AFL-CIO to Institute a Lawsuit to Delay Rate Increases for Blue Shield"
    • Thursday, April 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: "What Commitments Did Nixon Make to Vietnam?"
    • Friday, April 11, 1975, 6:00 PM: "President Ford Wants to Release Old Oil to Sell for the Price of New Oil"
    • Friday, April 11, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Chrysler Corporation's New 1976 Car"
    • Monday, April 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "47 1/2 Million Defective Cars"
    • Monday, April 14, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Shaker Square Is Infested With Purse Snatchers"
    • Tuesday, April 15, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Tax Shelters"
    • Tuesday, April 15, 1975, 11:00 PM: "South Vietnam's Defeat Is Not Ours"
    • Wednesday, April 16, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Some Strange Happenings in the World"
    • Wednesday, April 16, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Does Television Contribute to Violence?"
    • Thursday, April 17, 1975, 6:00 PM: "South and North Vietnam Should Negotiate an Agreement and Stop the Fighting"
    • Thursday, April 17, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Of What Value Is the U.S. if it Can't Function in the Case of Vietnam?"
    • Friday, April 18, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Why Not Create Jobs by Repairing Roadbeds for Railroads?"
    • Friday, April [18], 1975, 11:00 PM: "How Airplanes Could Save Gas"
    • Monday, April 21, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Horror of Nursing Homes"
    • Monday, April 21, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Senators' Gun Bill"
    • Tuesday, April 22, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Thieu Attacks the U.S."
    • Tuesday, April 22, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Why Was Thieu's Military Strategy So Ruinous?
    • Wednesday, April 23, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Senator Proxmire's Indignation at the Way the Government Spends Money"
    • Wednesday, April 23, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Amstar Corporation Is Fined for Short-Weights"
    • Thursday, April 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Will Artificial Insemination Be a Way of Life?"
    • Thursday, April 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "A Breakthrough That Will Enable Us to Produce Nuclear Power More Cheaply"
    • Friday, April 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Communists Are Only 20 Miles Away From Saigon"
    • Friday, April 25, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Medical Mutual Objects to Hearings for Raising Their Rates"
    • Monday, April 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Where Is Bracha?"
    • Monday, April 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "We Cannot Afford to Reduce the Police Force"
    • Tuesday, April 29, 1975, 6:00 PM: "General Motors Is Setting Up a Factory in Saudi Arabia / President Ford Wants the Fair Trade Laws Repealed"
    • Tuesday, April 29, 1975, 11:00 PM: "What About Utility Stamps?"
    • Wednesday, April 30, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Construction Workeres Receive an Additional 85 Cents an Hour but What Good Is It Since There Are No Jobs?"
    • Wednesday, April 30, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The President Is Still Thinking of Another Dollar Tax on a Barrel of Oil in May"
    • Thursday, May 1, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Too Much Secrecy in the Various Governmental Departments"
    • Thursday, May 1, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Why Was $5,000,000,000 Worth of Military Equipment Left in North Vietnam?"
    • Friday, May 2, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The United States Is Accused of Being a Nation Without Morals"
    • Friday, May 2, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Why a Subsidy for the Farmers?"
    • Monday, May 5, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Aborted 55 MPH Speed Law Passed by the Ohio Legislature / The Totally Disabled to Receive Tax Benefits / Millions of Bees Are Starving"
    • Monday, May 5, 1975, 11:00 PM: "New Products to Produce the Oil Needed by the Petrochemical Industry"
    • Tuesday, May 6, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Cardinal Mindszenty"
    • Tuesday, May 6, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger Admits that Those Who Opposed the War Were Really Right"
    • Wednesday, May 7, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Why Americans Are Angry at President Ford and His Support of the Refugees"
    • Wednesday, May 7, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Is the Federal Deficit Desirable?"
    • Thursday, May 8, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Suez Canal Is Cleared"
    • Thursday, May 8, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Greater Cleveland Safety Council Is Trying to Do Something to Control Crime"
    • Friday, May 9, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Four Million People Are Forced Out of the City of Pnom Penh"
    • Friday, May 9, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Former South Vietnamese Premier Ky Is Offered a Lucrative Job"
    • Monday, May 12, 1975, 6:00 PM: "What Unemployment Costs the Country"
    • Monday, May 12, 1975, 11:00 PM: "What Is Our Greatest Problem - Inflation or Unemployment?"
    • Tuesday, May 13, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Cambodia Engages in an Outright Act of Piracy"
    • Tuesday, May 13, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Cambodian Incident Is Perplexing"
    • Wednesday, May 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Did the U.S. Have Any Other Choice Excepting to Use Military Force in Cambodia?"
    • Wednesday, May 14, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Why Hasn't the Cambodian Government Answered the Question Concerning Our Boat?"
    • Thursday, May 15, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Farmers' Losses on Potatoes / Senator Proxmire's Effort to Get Rid of Enlisted Men to Act As Servants for Officers"
    • Thursday, May 15, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Sadat Is Having Financial Trouble"
    • Friday, May 16, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Temperatures Are Going Down: We Seem to Be at the Beginning of a Coming Cold Cycle / The New York Telephone Company to Save Jobs Is Putting Some of Their Workers on a Four Day Workweek"
    • Friday, May 16, 1975, 11:00 PM: "What We Need Are Police on the Streets and Not in Automobiles"
    • Monday, May 19, 1975, 6:00 PM: "How Much Money Did Some of the Leaders of Cambodia, Thailand, as Well as South Korea Take Out of the Country in American Money?"
    • Monday, May 19, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Shah Says Oil Prices Will Go Up"
    • Tuesday, May 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Why a Chocolate Bar Costs So Much / A Clergyman Engages in Violence"
    • Tuesday, May 20, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Doctors' Insurance"
    • Wednesay, May 21, 1975, 6:00 PM: "$800,000,000 Bill Passed by the Senate to Create Jobs in Rehabilitating Railroads"
    • Wednesday, May 21, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Unsaturated Cows"
    • Thursday, May 22, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Juvenile Crime"
    • Thursday, May 22, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Americans Are Being Abused and Killed in Foreign Countries"
    • Friday, May 23, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The New Orange Streetlights May Be Damaging the Palm Trees"
    • Friday, May 23, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Amount of Cars Stolen in a Year"
    • Monday, May 26, 1975, 6:00 PM: "An Ode to Those Who Died to Save Our Democracy"
    • Monday, May 26, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Declaration Day"
    • Tuesday, May 27, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Wealth Taken Over by the Communists in South Vietnam / The Connecticut Controversy Concerning Prayers in the Schools"
    • Tuesday, May 27, 1975, 11:00 PM: "We Live on Credit"
    • Wednesday, May 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "President Ford's New Oil Message"
    • Wednesday, May 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The President's Plan for Conservation of Oil Means More Inflation"
    • Thursday, May 29, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Possibilities for New Sources of Energy"
    • Thursday, May 29, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Cheating in the Sale of Grain"
    • Friday, May 30, 1975, 6:00 PM: "President Ford Vetoes a $5 Billion Appropriation to Create Jobs"
    • Friday, May 30, 1975, 11:00 PM: "American Nuclear Warheads in West Europe"
    • Monday, June 2, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A Sure Path for Economic Disaster"
    • Monday, June 2, 1975, 11:00 PM: "President Ford Woos the Arabs"
    • Tuesday, June 3, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The 'Sunshine Bill' and Why We Should Support It"
    • Tuesday, June 3, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Over Eleven Million Americans Are on Relief"
    • Wednesday, June 4, 1975, 6:00 PM: "New Legislation to Protect Victims of Rape"
    • Wednesday, June 4, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland City Council Is Terribly Amiss"
    • Thursday, June 5, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Premier Van Dong Tells the U.S. That If We Give Them Money, They Will Recognize Us / The $50 Bonuses Will Arrive Around June 21 / The Mynah Birds Will Help New York City"
    • Thursday, June 5, 1975, 11:00 PM: "A Pollution-Free Automobile That Gets 50 Miles Per Gallon"
    • Friday, June 6, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Senator Boyd's Bill Banning All Saturday Night Handguns"
    • Friday, June 6, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Iran Proposes a $4 Increase"
    • Monday, June 9, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Two More Examples of the Federal Government's Extravagance"
    • Monday, June 9, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Cleveland Transit System Once Again"
    • Tuesday, June 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Pele to Receive $4,700,000 for 103 Soccer Games"
    • Tuesday, June 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Less Attention the Criminal and More to Their Victims"
    • Wednesday, June 11, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Have the British Been Drunk for 100 Years?"
    • Wednesday, June 11, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Where Are the Modern Benjamin Franklins, Jeffersons, Etc.?"
    • Thursday, June 12, 1975, 6:00 PM: "We Need Cheap Energy"
    • Thursday, June 12, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Ohio Spends Too Little on Institutions for the Retarded"
    • Friday, June 13, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Marion Anderson and Bob Hope Both Rejoiced in Being Able to Help Their Families"
    • Friday, June 13, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Inequities of Food Stamps"
    • Monday, June 16, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Doctors' Problems With Insurance"
    • Monday, June 16, 1975, 11:00 PM: "President Ford's Lack of Confidence in the CIA"
    • Tuesday, June 17, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Menace of the African Bees"
    • Tuesday, June 17, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Does the Soul Leave the Body at Death?"
    • Wednesday, June 18, 1975, 6:00 PM: "What the World Spends on Armaments Each Year"
    • Wednesday, June 18, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Execution of a Killer"
    • Thursday, June 19, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Steve Allen Finds His Brother / The Unemployed Costs the Taxpayer a Lot of Money"
    • Thursday, June 19, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Fertilizer"
    • Friday, June 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Presidents Can Be Expensive"
    • Friday, June 20, 1975, 11:00 PM: "We Have Centered Our Attention Too Long on the Rights of the Criminal Instead of Worrying About the Victims"
    • Monday, June 23, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Public Transportation for the Handicapped; Oil Co. Investments in U.S."
    • Monday, June 23, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Unemployment Figures and Inflation Belie Statement Recession Is Over"
    • Tuesday, June 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Alan Greenspan's Remark Recession Is Over Is Questioned; Clothing Stamps for the Poor"
    • Tuesday, June 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Henry Kissinger Puts Turkey in Her Place"
    • Wednesday, June 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Famous People Are Subject to Gossip By Their Servants"
    • Wednesday, June 25, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Member of Parliament Criticizes British Royal Family in His Book"
    • Thursday, June 26, 1975, 6:00 PM: "President Ford Warns Arab Oil Exporters Against Price Increase; Considers Inflation Paramount Problem"
    • Thursday, June 26, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Indira Gandhi Assumes Dictatorship Tactics"
    • Friday, June 27, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Unemployment Compensation Extended; Ugandan President Amen Called a Tyrant"
    • Friday, June 27, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Madison, Wisconsin Topless Sunbathing Creates Controversy"
  12. Commentaries: July 21-Sept. 30, 1975
    • Monday, July 21, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Transit System"
    • Monday, July 21, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Public Housing"
    • Tuesday, July 22, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Oil Price Controls"
    • Tuesday, July 22, 1975, 11:00 PM: "President Ford's Veto of the Oil Bill"
    • Wednesday, July 23, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Wednesday, July 23, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Passing of Laws"
    • Thursday, July 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "LSD and the United State Army"
    • Thursday, July 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Growth of the American Welfare System"
    • Friday, July 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Generosity"
    • Friday, July 25, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Biggest Spender in the U.S."
    • Monday, July 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Prime Minister Indira Gandhi"
    • Monday, July 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "How Taxpayers' Money Is Being Spent"
    • Tuesday, July 29, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Strange Happenings"
    • Tuesday, July 29, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Americans - A Wasteful People"
    • Wednesday, July 30, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Rise in Food Prices"
    • Wednesday, July 30, 1975, 11:00 PM: "President Ford's Visit to Auschwitz"
    • Thursday, July 31, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The AFL-CIO and President Ford"
    • Thursday, July 31, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Government Questionnaires and Reports"
    • Friday, August 1, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Helsinki"
    • Friday, August 1, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Turkey and Greece"
    • Monday, August 4, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Federal Reserve Spending"
    • Monday, August 4, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Frost Puts the Freeze on Our Coffee"
    • Tuesday, August 5, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Ohio Lottery Commission"
    • Tuesday, August 5, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Wage and Price Controls"
    • Wednesday, August 6, 1975, 6:00 PM: "James Hoffa"
    • Wednesday, August 6, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Governor Edmund Brown, Jr."
    • Thursday, August 7, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Plutonium"
    • Thursday, August 7, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Problem With Rats"
    • Friday, August 8, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Are Liberated Women the Cause for the Increased Crime Rate?"
    • Friday, August 8, 1975, 11:00 PM: "A New Kind of Potato"
    • Monday, August 11, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Tuesday, August 12, 1975, 6:00 PM: "President Ford's Taxes on Imported Oil"
    • Tuesday, August 12, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Our Changin Life Style"
    • Wednesday, August 13, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Food Stamp Program"
    • Wednesday, August 13, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Medical Tuition Is on the Rise"
    • Thursday, August 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Americans Have One Shock After Another"
    • Thursday, August 14, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Is Lockheed an Example of American Industry?"
    • Friday, August 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Prices on the Rise Again"
    • Monday, August 18, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Americans Pay for Grain They Do Not Eat"
    • Monday, August 18, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Facts From the Census Bureau"
    • Tuesday, August 19, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Rapid Increase in Our Crime Rate"
    • Tuesday, August 19, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Bond Hotel"
    • Wednesday, August 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Watch Out for the Baby Food"
    • Wednesday, August 20, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Wheat Is Not Reason for High Cost of Bread"
    • Thursday, August 21, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Trivia in Our Courts"
    • Thursday, August 21, 1975, 11:00 PM: "All of That Bread Is Not Bread"
    • Friday, August 22, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Who's Getting Rich"
    • Monday, August 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "New Energy Sources"
    • Monday, August 25, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Old Oil - New Oil"
    • Tuesday, August 26, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Those Were the Good Old Days"
    • Tuesday, August 26, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Containing Our Energy"
    • Wednesday, August 27, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Compensation for Clothing Workers"
    • Wednesday, August 27, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Election Year 1976"
    • Thursday, August 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Emperor Haile Selassie / Drug Abuse"
    • Thursday, August 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Kent State Trial"
    • Friday, August 29, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Age of Violence"
    • Friday, August 29, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Tarzan"
    • Monday, September 1, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Early Retirement"
    • Monday, September 1, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Labor Day"
    • Tuesday, September 2, 1975, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Has Done Its Share of Giving / Toilets for Dogs"
    • Tuesday, September 2, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Inflation and Recession"
    • Wednesday, September 3, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Astrology"
    • Wednesday, September 3, 1975, 11:00 PM: "French Phones Are Unvelievable"
    • Thursday, September 4, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Immunize Your Child"
    • Thursday, September 4, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Protection for the Criminals - Not Their Victims"
    • Friday, September 5, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Boycott of Grain Shipments / Where Is Howard Hughes?"
    • Friday, September 5, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Being President Can Be Hazardous"
    • Monday, September 8, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Marriage in Libya / England's Wealth Tax"
    • Monday, September 8, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Federal Criminal Law"
    • Tuesday, September 9, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Kremlin"
    • Tuesday, September 9, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Time Magazine"
    • Wednesday, September 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Decontrol of Oil"
    • Wednesday, September 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Restraints on Old Oil"
    • Thursday, September 11, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Deregulation of Gas"
    • Friday, September 12, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Kentucky Fried Chicken"
    • Friday, September 12, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Gun Control"
    • Monday, September 15, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Leader in Oil / The Taxpayers and the I.R.S."
    • Monday, September 15, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Social Security Overpayments"
    • Tuesday, September 16, 1975, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Is Not to Be Blamed for the Poverty of Other Nations / American Airlines Suing Kennedy Estate and Humphrey"
    • Tuesday, September 16, 1975, 11:00 PM: "How the Government Uses Our Taxes"
    • Wednesday, September 17, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The CIA's Involvement With Poisons / Harwa"
    • Wednesday, September 17, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Passionate Irish"
    • Thursday, September 18, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Sergeant Mallovich / Addition to the School Lunch Program"
    • Thursday, September 18, 1975, 11:00 PM: "How the Government Wastes Our Tax Money"
    • Friday, September 19, 1975, 6:00 PM: "How Much Did We Pay to Find Patricia Hearst? / A Penny Worth $35,000"
    • Friday, September 19, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Stealing Fruit Proves to Be Fatal for Teenager"
    • Monday, September 22, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Sentencing of a 105 Year Old Man / A Mine-Garden"
    • Monday, September 22, 1975, 11:00 PM: "One Way to Prevent Heart Attack"
    • Tuesday, September 23, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Why Would Anyone Want to Be President?"
    • Tuesday, September 23, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Can Women Be as Violent as Men?"
    • Wednesday, September 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Oil Prices to Go Up"
    • Wednesday, September 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Credit-Buying"
    • Thursday, September 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "New York City in Financial Difficulty"
    • Thursday, September 25, 1975, 11:00 PM: "England's Financial Crisis"
    • Friday, September 26, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Great Snoops"
    • Friday, September 26, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Tax-Dollar"
    • Monday, September 29, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Best, Worst, and Most Unusual"
    • Monday, September 29, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Cost of Oil at the Heart of Inflation"
    • Tuesday, September 30, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Eradication of Smallpox"
  13. Commentaries: Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 1975
    • Wednesday, October 1, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Hirohito"
    • Wednesday, October 1, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Hirohito's Visit to the United States"
    • Monday, October 6, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Governor Rhodes' Plan for Prosperity"
    • Monday, October 6, 1975, 11:00 PM: "North Vietnam Selling the U.S. Armament"
    • Tuesday, October 7, 1975, 6:00 PM: "New York City Is Near Bankruptcy"
    • Tuesday, October 7, 1975, 11:00 PM: "AFL-CIO Pushing for Easier Days"
    • Wednesday, October 8, 1975, 6:00 PM: [Karen Quinlan and Euthanasia]
    • Wednesday, October 8, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Human Trade in the 20th Century"
    • Thursday, October 9, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge / President Ford's Tax Cut
    • Thursday, October 9, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Leniency to Criminals"
    • Friday, October 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Kremlin of Today"
    • Friday, October 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Is This the Time for Congress to Recess"
    • Monday, October 13, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Hirohito Visits Hawaii"
    • Tuesday, October 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "One Incident of Violence"
    • Tuesday, October 14, 1975, 11:00 PM: "George Wallace"
    • Wednesday, October 15, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Middle East / Why Not Build Recycling Plants? / Worth Her Teeth in Gold"
    • Wednesday, October 15, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Save Our Library"
    • Thursday, October 16, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Power of Fashion / Solar Energy Research / The New Barbie Doll"
    • Thursday, October 16, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Government Aid to New York City"
    • Friday, October 17, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Wealth and Poverty of the U.S."
    • Friday, October 17, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Right of a Teacher to Carry a Gun"
    • Monday, October 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Warning: Bacon May Be Hazardous to Your Health"
    • Monday, October 20, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Use of Nitrite in Bacon May Have to Be Stopped"
    • Tuesday, October 21, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Experiments on Drunken Rats and Fish / The First Monday in October"
    • Tuesday, October 21, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Inflation Erodes the Dollar"
    • Wednesday, October 22, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Question of Whether or Not to Remove Bacon From the Stores?; President Ford's Tax Reduction Plan"
    • Wednesday, October 22, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Wage and Price Controls to Help Knock the Wind Out of Inflation"
    • Thursday, October 23, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Inflation, Inflation, Inflation"
    • Thursday, October 23, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Exploring the Stars"
    • Friday, October 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "North Atlantic Oil / 'The American People'"
    • Friday, October 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Dreary Statistics About Federal Spending"
    • Monday, October 27, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Emergency Aid to Everyone but New York City / The Federal Register"
    • Monday, October 27, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Rhodes' Plan for a Prosperous Ohio"
    • Tuesday, October 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Moroccans Are Marching"
    • Tuesday, October 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Diplomatic Immunity for a Dog"
    • Wednesday, October 29, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Food Stamp Program / Are We Trying to Commit Suicide?"
    • Wednesday, October 29, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Plight of New York City"
    • Thursday, October 30, 1975, 6:00 PM: "New York City Is Floating on the Sea of Bankruptcy"
    • Thursday, October 30, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Tests Done on Electric Cars"
    • Friday, October 31, 1975, 6:00 PM: "How Does Inflation Work / The Christians Verses the Moslems"
    • Friday, October 31, 1975, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Generous to Others, but Not to Its Own"
    • Monday, November 3, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Oil From the North Sea / U.S. Involvement in Assassinations"
    • Monday, November 3, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Political Assassinations"
    • Tuesday, November 4, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Rockefeller Dismisses Himself"
    • Wednesday, November 5, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Meat Sales Are Going Down / The Accident That Could Blow Up the Earth"
    • Wednesday, November 5, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Voters Have Little Faith in Elected Officials"
    • Thursday, November 6, 1975, 11:00 PM: "More Diamonds for Liz / Governmental Charity"
    • Friday, November 7, 1975, 6:00 PM: "More Foreign Aid / Iranian Money Is Backed by Jewels"
    • Friday, November 7, 1975, 11:00 PM: "President Ford Cleans Up the White House"
    • Monday, November 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Belgian Inflation / Rodney Smith"
    • Monday, November 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: [The Federal Government Is Not Organized to Be Understandable]
    • Tuesday, November 11, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Judge Decides That Karen Quinlan Will Have to Stay on Respirator"
    • Tuesday, November 11, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Is Karen Quinlan Still Alive?"
    • Wednesday, November 12, 1975, 6:00 PM: "A March of Conquest / A Most Unusual Job"
    • Wednesday, November 12, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Newcomers to the U.N. Corrupt Its Purpose"
    • Thursday, November 13, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Supreme Court Loses a Good Man"
    • Thursday, November 13, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Justice William Douglas Resigns"
    • Friday, November 14, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Clones Are Coming"
    • Friday, November 14, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Barbarians Are Taking Over"
    • Monday, November 17, 1975, 6:00 PM: "To Wear a Mustache or Not / IRS Losing Its Power to Collect"
    • Monday, November 17, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Facing the Wage and Price Escalator"
    • Tuesday, November 18, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Motherhood Versus Working / Monitored Medical Care"
    • Tuesday, November 18, 1975, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Is the World's Leader in the Sale of Armaments"
    • Wednesday, November 19, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Farmers Suffer Financial Setbacks / The Gabors"
    • Wednesday, November 19, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Full Employment"
    • Thursday, November 20, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The F.B.I. Was Too Busy to Catch Criminals"
    • Thursday, November 20, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Preservation of Human Rights"
    • Friday, November 21, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Illinoi State Senate Not Up To Date / Taxes Without a Vote"
    • Friday, November 21, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Is There Honor in Killing?"
    • Monday, November 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Enemies From Within / Lids for the Canners"
    • Monday, November 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "C.I.A. Plots to Assassinate Castro"
    • Tuesday, November 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "What Happens When Our Unemployment Runs Out?"
    • Tuesday, November 25, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Let's Stop Pampering the Criminals"
    • Wednesday, November 26, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Small Businesses May Stop Pension Plans / Frank Zarb Lives High on the Hog"
    • Wednesday, November 26, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Cars More Deadly Than Nuclear Plants"
    • Thursday, November 27, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Thanksgiving Day"
    • Thursday, November 27, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Thanksgiving Day" [different commentary]
    • Friday, November 28, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Government Officials Must Include Chauffeur-Driven Cars in Their Taxable Income / Make Room for the Younger Men"
    • Friday, November 28, 1975, 11:00 PM: "New Yorkers Pay More Taxes Than Any Other City in the Country"
    • Monday, December 1, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Ford Tries to Pacify China"
    • Monday, December 1, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Is the U.S. Patronizing Russia?"
    • Tuesday, December 2, 1975, 6:00 PM: [Madam Chiang Kai Shek]
    • Tuesday, December 2, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Teng"
    • Wednesday, December 3, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Sexual Research / Diapering Horses"
    • Wednesday, December 3, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Kuwait Takes Back Oil from Foreign Shareholders"
    • Thursday, December 4, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Teamsters Want More Money"
    • Thursday, December 4, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Russian Workers Can't Compete With American Workers"
    • Friday, December 5, 1975, 6:00 PM: [Blackbirds in Hopkinsville, TN / Candy in Cafeterias]
    • Friday, December 5, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Age of Violence"
    • Monday, December 8, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Child and Family Service Act / Muhammad Ali Helps the Elderly / Women Who Work Around Lead Oxide"
    • Monday, December 8, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Can Marijuana Increase Your Sexual Appetite?"
    • Tuesday, December 9, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The U.S. Caters to the Very Nations That Are Against It"
    • Tuesday, December 9, 1975, 11:00 PM: [Tim McCormack and Reducing Homeowners Taxes]
    • Wednesday, December 10, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Alcoholism / Government Spending / The Trend for Higher Wages Keeps Going Up / Making Millions on Christmas Trees"
    • Wednesday, December 10, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Trouble in the Footwear Industry"
    • Thursday, December 11, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Julius and Ethel Rosenberg / Biorhythm"
    • Thursday, December 11, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Swish and Spit Period"
    • Friday, December 12, 1975, 6:00 PM: [Union Wage Raises/Cuts]
    • Friday, December 12, 1975, 11:00 PM: "More Government Control"
    • Monday, December 15, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Soviets Have Poor Harvest / United Airlines"
    • Monday, December 15, 1975, 11:00 PM: "A Step in the Right Direction"
    • Tuesday, December 16, 1975, 6:00 PM: "What Are We to Do With Juvenile Criminals? / The U.S. in Angola"
    • Tuesday, December 16, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Are We Prepared to Fight the Communists?"
    • Wednesday, December 17, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Prisoners Cost Money / Blue Cross Asking for More Money"
    • Thursday, December 18, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut Extension Died / Every Country Had Its Problems"
    • Thursday, December 18, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Federal Trade Commission Orders the Makers of Listerine to Spend 10 Million Dollars for Advertising"
    • Friday, December 19, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Tax Deduction to Continue for Six More Months"
    • Friday, December 19, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Tax Rebates to Continue Until Next June"
    • Monday, December 22, 1975, 6:00 PM: "An Electric Gun With a 50,000 Volt Charge / A New Job for the Government"
    • Monday, December 22, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The U.S. Loses Its Proud Position"
    • Tuesday, December 23, 1975, 6:00 PM: "The Private Life of John F. Kennedy"
    • Tuesday, December 23, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Soviets Are Having Problems With Their Women"
    • Wednesday, December 24, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Picasso / In the Grip of Inflation"
    • Wednesday, December 24, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Christmas Is for Giving of the Heart"
    • Thursday, December 25, 1975, 6:00 PM: "We Need a World of Law and Order"
    • Friday, December 26, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Old Man River / Where Does the Lottery Money Go?"
    • Friday, December 26, 1975, 11:00 PM: "The Demand for Feathers Is On"
    • Monday, December 29, 1975, 6:00 PM: "'No More Aid to Angola,' Says the Senate / Store Hours Vary Depending on Where You Live"
    • Monday, December 29, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Kuwait Grows Richer Every Day"
    • Tuesday, December 30, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Our Lives and Safety Against the Criminals"
    • Tuesday, December 30, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Parliament Bands All Sex Discrimination"
    • Wednesday, December 31, 1975, 6:00 PM: "Discrimination Among Stores / A New American Citizen"
    • Wednesday, December 31, 1975, 11:00 PM: "Living the Good Life in America"
  14. Commentaries: Jan. 1-Mar. 31, 1976
    • Thursday, January 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Look at Our Postal Service"
    • Thursday, January 1, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Presidents Don't Have to Be Super Men"
    • Friday, January 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "What Will the Future Bring? / Stop the Terrorists"
    • Friday, January 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Venezuela to Nationalize Its Oil Industry"
    • Monday, January 5, 1976, 6:00 PM: "High Over the Alps / The Noisy Concorde"
    • Monday, January 5, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Abu Dhabi Planning for the Future"
    • Tuesday, January 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Hidden Taxes That We Pay / Public Expenditures / The Good Old Days"
    • Tuesday, January 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: [Doctors Should Not Commercially Advertise]
    • Wednesday, January 7, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Income Tax Forms Are More Complicated Than Ever / No Century Can Keep Secrets From Us"
    • Wednesday, January 7, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A New Form of Foreign Exchange"
    • Thursday, January 8, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Inflation in Argentina"
    • Thursday, January 8, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Compulsory Sterilization in India"
    • Friday, January 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Is Indira Gandhi Really a Democratic Leader?"
    • Friday, January 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Six Million Dollar Secret"
    • Monday, January 12, 1976, 6:00 PM: "School Principal Found Frozen to Death / The Explosion of Black Fury"
    • Monday, January 12, 1976, 11:00 PM: "We Need a Freeze on Property Taxes"
    • Tuesday, January 13, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Soviets Don't Give a Hoot for Detente / Svetlana Stalin"
    • Tuesday, January 13, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Governor Reagan's 90 Billion Dollar Plan"
    • Wednesday, January 14, 1976, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Postal Service Wants More Money for Less Service"
    • Wednesday, January 14, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A New Rule for Those in School"
    • Thursday, January 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Federal Trade Commission Investigates the Women's Apparel Industry in New York City / She'd Rather Be Stung by a Bee Than Take a Shot"
    • Thursday, January 15, 1976: "Gulf Oil Has Illegal Slush Fund"
    • Friday, January 16, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Age of Electronics"
    • Friday, January 16, 1976, 11:00 PM: "China and the Soviet Union Fight it Out at the U.N."
    • Monday, January 19, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Government Guaranteed Full Employment"
    • Monday, January 19, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A Holy War - Moslem Against Christian"
    • Tuesday, January 20, 1976, 6:00 PM: "John Delorean's Dream Car / The OPEC Has Money to Burn"
    • Tuesday, January 20, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Is Medicare the Place to Economize?"
    • Wednesday, January 21, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Ethiopia's Famine / President Ford Wants More Money for the Military"
    • Wednesday, January 21, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Marion Javits - Agent for the Government of Iran"
    • Thursday, January 22, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Is the Army Prejudice (sic) Against Unmarried Female Parents? / Lebanon's Hour of Despair"
    • Thursday, January 22, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Man's Dream to Fly Like a Bird"
    • Friday, January 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: [Nude Swimmers in San Diego / Michigan Upper Peninsula Secession"
    • Friday, January 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "United Rubber Workers Have Recommendations for Their New Contract"
    • Monday, January 26, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Startling Report on the Needless Operations Performed on Patients in the United States"
    • Monday, January 26, 1976, 11:00 PM: [Unfit Doctors]
    • Tuesday, January 27, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Waste of the Taxpayers' Money / Human Trade for Money Still Continues in Germany"
    • Tuesday, January 27, 1976, 11:00 PM: [America Spends Too Much on Defense]
    • Wednesday, January 28, 1976, 6:00 PM: "United Auto Workers Want Shorter Hours"
    • Wednesday, January 28, 1976, 11:00 PM: "U.S. to Cut Back Aid to Countries That Constantly Vote Against American Interests"
    • Thursday, January 29, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Strange New Candidates for the Office of President of the United States"
    • Thursday, January 29, 1976, 11:00 PM: "It's Time for a New National Anthem"
    • Friday, January 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "How Can We Ensure Economic Recovery Without Inflation?"
    • Friday, January 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: [Victims of Rape Should Not Be Asked If They Were Virgins]
    • Monday, February 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Social Security / Ford Opposed to Federal Government Creating Jobs"
    • Monday, February 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: [The Cleveland Fire Rescue Squad Has Been Cut / The Roads Are a Mess]
    • Tuesday, February 3, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Pay Toilets Outlawed in New York City / Should Medicaid Pay for Aboritions?"
    • Tuesday, February 3, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A New Look at Some Old Buildings"
    • Wednesday, February 4, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Blackbirds Are Seen as Hazard to Kentucky and Tennessee / Government Still Wasting Taxpayers' Money"
    • Wednesday, February 4, 1976, 11:00 PM: [Researchers Waste Money on Pointless Research]
    • Friday, February 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Future of the Electric Car Looks Bright / New Homes for the Very Poor"
    • Friday, February 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Americans Can't Afford Rising Medical Costs"
    • Monday, February 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Iran Threatens to Buy Less From the U.S. / Lockheed's Business Transactions Overseas"
    • Monday, February 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "China Invites the Nixons Over for a Visit"
    • Tuesday, February 10, 1976, 6:00 PM: [New Inventions / Cleveland Should Have Heated Pipes Under Roads]
    • Tuesday, February 10, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Security for the Old"
    • Wednesday, February 11, 1976, 6:00 PM: [Patty Hearst May Have Been Brainwashed / Arab Petroleum Nations Will Not Invest in North Sea Oil Ventures]
    • Wednesday, February 11, 1976, 11:00 PM: [Taxpayers' Money Goes to Even the Most Eccentric Presidential Candidates]
    • Thursday, February 12, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Life Is Stranger Than Fiction / Wage and Price Controls"
    • Thursday, February 12, 1976, 11:00 PM: "We Need a Work Bill for the Unemployed"
    • Friday, February 13, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Power of Destruction / Dallas Man Sues for Loss of Eyeball"
    • Friday, February 13, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Tax Forms Are Difficult to Understand"
    • Monday, February 16, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Wage and Price Controls May Help Stop Inflation"
    • Monday, February 16, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Aladin's (sic) Lamp Is Running Low"
    • Tuesday, February 17, 1976, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Is the Number One Spender for Military Equipment / The Oldest Living American"
    • Tuesday, February 17, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The New Electronic Funds Transfer System"
    • Wednesday, February 18, 1976, 6:00 PM: [Students in New York Vandalize Train and Then Raise Money for Repairs / Ellen McCormack Should Not Get Tax Money for Her Presidential Campaign]
    • Wednesday, February 18, 1976, 11:00 PM: "India Proposes Strict Law for Birth Control"
    • Thursday, February 19, 1976, 6:00 PM: [Scientific Advances Bring Destruction As Well As Good / Expensive Tulips]
    • Friday, February 20, 1976, 6:00 PM: "What Does President Ford Propose Doing With the Unemployed?"
    • Friday, February 20, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Great Britain Changes for the Better"
    • Monday, February 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Kennedy Love Affairs / Over-Charges and Kickbacks of the Medicaid and Medicare Programs"
    • Monday, February 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "To Pay Social Security Taxes Or Not to Pay"
    • Tuesday, February 24, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Nixon Goes to China"
    • Tuesday, February 24, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Vulgarism in Editorializations"
    • Wednesday, February 25, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Polish Jokes Are in Poor Taste / Breznev Says that Capitalism Is a Failure"
    • Wednesday, February 25, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Volkswagen Considering Ohio As a Base for New Plant"
    • Thursday, February 26, 1976, 6:00 PM: "State Police Play the Waiting Game / Food Additives Cause a Stir"
    • Thursday, February 26, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Misuse of Taxpayers' Money"
    • Friday, February 27, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Women Wear Long Hair, Why Not Men?"
    • Friday, February 27, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Bussing Threatens to Bankrupt Cities"
    • Monday, March 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Wisconsin Repeals Ban on Sale of Birth Control Devices / Egypt May Change to Conform to Islamic Laws / The Black Fly Invades Florida"
    • Monday, March 1, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The World Spends More on Military Equipment Than for Education and Medical Care"
    • Tuesday, March 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Conscience Money Fund / Manufacturers and Dealers Have a Monopoly on Crash Parts"
    • Tuesday, March 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Part of Where Our Tax Money Goes"
    • Wednesday, March 3, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Saudi Arabia Choking on Its Wealth / 'Seat Belts Must Be Worn,' Says House of Commons"
    • Wednesday, March 3, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Purple Bacteria Converts Sunlight Into Energy"
    • Thursday, March 4, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Chinese Tunnels"
    • Thursday, March 4, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Enormous Debt We Owe"
    • Friday, March 5, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Seventy-Four American Corporations Have Admitted Paying Bribes to Boost Foreign Sales"
    • Friday, March 5, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Have We Lost All Our Sensitivities?"
    • Monday, March 8, 1976, 6:00 PM: "People Living on Fixed Incomes Really Suffer"
    • Monday, March 8, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Our National Debt"
    • Tuesday, March 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Communist Mind"
    • Tuesday, March 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Oil Is Bringing Back Wool"
    • Wednesday, March 10, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Consumer Installment Credit Rises Again"
    • Wednesday, March 10, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Scales Are Tilting Towards Glenn"
    • Thursday, March 11, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Scientists Have Developed a Hydrogen Reactor Instead of a Gasoline Engine"
    • Thursday, March 11, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Thirty-One Oil Companies Have Banded Together to Explore the Atlantic"
    • Friday, March 12, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Possible Influenza Epidemic"
    • Friday, March 12, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Governor Wallace and the Pain He Has Been Put Through"
    • Monday, March 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Does Watching Violence on TV Develop Violence in Children?"
    • Monday, March 15, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Poland Has Agreed to Sell Human Beings to West Germany"
    • Thursday, March 18, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Is the Research Done by the Consumer Product Safety Commission Valuable?"
    • Thursday, March 18, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Wiesenthal Has Brought Over 30,000 Nazis to Trial"
    • Friday, March 19, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Food and Energy From Seaweed"
    • Friday, March 19, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Value of the Lira Is Falling Rapidly"
    • Monday, March 22, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Taxes Are a Burden"
    • Monday, March 22, 1976, 11:00 PM: "How the Federal Government Could Save Money"
    • Tuesday, March 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: "How Much Will the Trial and Search for Patricia Hearst Amount To?"
    • Tuesday, March 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The UAW and Their New Contract"
    • Wednesday, March 24, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Soviets Are Unyielding in Their Determination to Take Over the World"
    • Wednesday, March 24, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Russia's Interference"
    • Thursday, March 25, 1976, 6:00 PM: "President Nixon's Final Days"
    • Thursday, March 25, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Cigarettes Go From 45 Cents to 75 Cents a Pack"
    • Friday, March 26, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Our Values Have Certainly Changed"
    • Friday, March 26, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Peronist Drama Comes to an End"
    • Monday, March 29, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The FBI Burglarized the Offices of the Socialist Workers Party"
    • Monday, March 29, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Astronaut, a 2400 Pound Holstein"
    • Tuesday, March 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Artur Rubenstein Is a Great Man / Crash Parts"
    • Tuesday, March 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: "What Is an Ombudsman?"
    • Wednesday, March 31, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Blue Cross Rates Go Up Higher, Higher"
    • Wednesday, March 31, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Palestinian Liberation Group"
  15. Commentaries: Apr. 1-July 31, 1976
    • Thursday, April 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Inflation and Union Contracts"
    • Friday, April 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Karen Quinlan Has Been in a Coma for a Year"
    • Friday, April 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Fifteen Year Old Katie Spears and Her Daughter"
    • Friday, April 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Some Americans Are Very Cruel"
    • Monday, April 5, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Legalized Abortion in Italy"
    • Monday, April 5, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Enormous Budget of the Pentagon"
    • Tuesday, April 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Teamsters' Union Agreement"
    • Tuesday, April 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Policemen and the Length of Their Hair"
    • Wednesday, April 7, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Our Changing Life Style"
    • Wednesday, April 7, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Britain's New Budget"
    • Thursday, April 8, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Health Care Costs / Victims of Crimes Will Receive Compensation for Lost Wages"
    • Thursday, April 8, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Making a Living by Playing Blackjack"
    • Friday, April 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Working Wife and Mother Has Raised the Standard of Living in the U.S."
    • Friday, April 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Number of People Living Below Poverty Level"
    • Monday, April 12, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Does Violence on TV Influence Children"
    • Monday, April 12, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Why Are Our Taxes So High?"
    • Tuesday, April 13, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Regulations, Regulations"
    • Tuesday, April 13, 1976, 11:00 PM: "How Much of Our Money Goes to Taxes?"
    • Wednesday, April 14, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Is There Oil at the Bottom of the Ocean"
    • Wednesday, April 14, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Everything Is Going Up in Price"
    • Thursday, April 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Scientific Research"
    • Thursday, April 15, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Man Spends Too Much on Armament"
    • Friday, April 16, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Supplemental Unemployment Benefits Must End"
    • Friday, April 16, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Our Next President"
    • Monday, April 19, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Malaria, Taxes and the Mind of Man"
    • Monday, April 19, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Group Legal Service"
    • Tuesday, April 20, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Strike by the Rubber Workers"
    • Tuesday, April 20, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A National Health Plan Is Proposed"
    • Wednesday, April 21, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Will Italy Become Another Czechoslovakia?"
    • Wednesday, April 21, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Higher Beef Prices"
    • Thursday, April 22, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Russian Falls in Love With an American / Jail / Meteorites"
    • Thursday, April 22, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Flying in a Human-Powered Plane"
    • Friday, April 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Barbara Walters Joins ABC / India's Population"
    • Friday, April 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Barbara Walters to Join ABC"
    • Monday, April 26, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Fantastic Salaries"
    • Monday, April 26, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Hospital Costs Are Climbing"
    • Tuesday, April 27, 1976, 6:00 PM: "All U.S. Agencies Should Report to Congress"
    • Tuesday, April 27, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Questionable Tactics of the CIA"
    • Wednesday, April 28, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Marines / A Satellite to be Launched May 5"
    • Wednesday, April 28, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Transcendental Meditation Courses"
    • Thursday, April 29, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Ways Mrs. Johnson Stopped a Burglar"
    • Thursday, April 29, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Nuclear Waste and What to Do With It"
    • Friday, April 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Medicaid Funds / Our Strange Laws"
    • Friday, April 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: "How Much Do We Pay in Taxes?"
    • Monday, May 3, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Put All Criminals in Prisons Even If We Must Build More of Them"
    • Monday, May 3, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Our Voting Record"
    • [Tuesday], May 4, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Great Britain Needs Rain"
    • Tuesday, May 4, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Metric System"
    • Wednesday, May 5, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Millionaires"
    • Wednesday, May 5, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Medical Mutual's Request for a Rate Increase"
    • Thursday, May 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The British Economy"
    • Thursday, May 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Strike by City Workers in San Francisco"
    • Friday, May 7, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Good Old Days"
    • Friday, May 7, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Italians Are Desparate Because Costs Are Sky-High"
    • Monday, May 10, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Pay Differences for Women / The Elm Tree"
    • Monday, May 10, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Every American Over Sixteen Has a Right to Work"
    • Tuesday, May 11, 1976, 6:00 PM: "DES / Meat Inspectors / Guns"
    • Tuesday, May 11, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Our Future"
    • Wednesday, May 12, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Amount of Gasoline We Consume / Regulations"
    • Wednesday, May 12, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Foot"
    • Thursday, May 13, 1976, 6:00 PM: "We Are Going to Store a Million Barrels of Oil"
    • Thursday, May 13, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Japanese Diet Has Changed"
    • Friday, May 14, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Effect of Marijuana on Human Sexual Response"
    • Friday, May 14, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Job Situation"
    • Monday, May 17, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Earthquakes and a Rare Blood Type"
    • Monday, May 17, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Violence on Television and in the Movies"
    • Tuesday, May 18, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Full Employment Bill"
    • Tuesday, May 18, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Thursdays Declared Meatless Day in Russia"
    • Wednesday, May 19, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Postal Rates / A Forest Is Destroyed"
    • Wednesday, May 19, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Workers of Unions to Be Represented on the Board of Directors"
    • Thursday, May 20, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Cigarette Smoking"
    • Thursday, May 20, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Rubber Workers Strike"
    • Friday, May 21, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Saudi Arabia's Increase in Oil Prices"
    • Friday, May 21, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Meehan Is Now a Free Man"
    • Monday, May 24, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Don't Stop Using Your Brain"
    • Monday, May 24, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Secret Surveillance"
    • Tuesday, May 25, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Mayor Perk's Nightmare"
    • Tuesday, May 25, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Congressman Hays and Miss Ray"
    • Wednesday, May 26, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Our Unknown Candidates"
    • Thursday, May 27, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Blue Cross Has Approved Another Increase"
    • Thursday, May 27, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A Very Brave Man, Hilliard Carter"
    • Friday, May 28, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Question Concerning Laetrile"
    • Friday, May 28, 1976, 11:00 PM: "This Is the Age When We Tell All"
    • Monday, May 31, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Congressman Should Behave With Dignity"
    • Monday, May 31, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Who Will Be Our Next President?"
    • Tuesday, June 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Training for the Marines / Hunger Centers in Cleveland"
    • Tuesday, June 1, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Refunds for Defective Merchandise"
    • Wednesday, June 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Higher Real Estate Taxes"
    • Wednesday, June 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Malpractice Costs Are Rising"
    • Thursday, June 3, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Russia's Policy / Parisian Subways"
    • Thursday, June 3, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Jimmy Carter"
    • Friday, June 4, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Mice, Roaches, and Rats in the Justice Department"
    • Friday, June 4, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Congressmen Receive $45,000 a Year Plus Many Fringe Benefits"
    • Monday, June 7, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Problems New York Area Faces / A New Drug / Billionaires"
    • Monday, June 7, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Governor Reagan Is a Conservative"
    • Tuesday, June 8, 1976 11:00 PM: "Governor George Wallace"
    • Wednesday, June 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Who Will Be Our Next President? Voting in Cleveland"
    • Thursday, June 10, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Use of Chloroform"
    • Thursday, June 10, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Why Would Anyone Want to Be President?"
    • Friday, June 11, 1976, 6:00 PM: "OSHA and Their Regulations"
    • Friday, June 11, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Butlers, Maids, Dishwashers ... All at Public Expense"
    • Monday, June 14, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Don Bolles Is Dead - Why? / Anaconda American Brass"
    • Monday, June 14, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Election Is in Italy"
    • Tuesday, June 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Florida Students / Poland"
    • Tuesday, June 15, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Secretaries in 1869 Compared to Those in 1976"
    • Wednesday, June 16, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Medicine in the 'Good Old Days'"
    • Wednesday, June 16, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Car of the Future"
    • Thursday, June 17, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Italian Election Is Receiving Much Attention"
    • Thursday, June 17, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A Ruling Made By the Oregon Court of Appeals"
    • Monday, June 21, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Civil War in Lebanon / Lincoln's Great Grandchild"
    • Tuesday, June 22, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Viking I Will Send Back Pictures from Mars"
    • Tuesday, June 22, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Italian Government Is Trying to Keep Out the Communists"
    • Wednesday, June 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Levitz Corporation / Why Can't a Daughter Inherit a Title?"
    • Wednesday, June 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Industrial Bribery Scandals"
    • Thursday, June 24, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Crime Increased by 38 Percent"
    • Thursday, June 24, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Drought and the Problems That Arise From It"
    • Friday, June 25, 1976, 6:00 PM: "President Ford Proposes Restriction of Court Powers in Schol Busing; Arabs Buy London's Dorchester Hotel"
    • Friday, June 25, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Wheel of Fortune Turns and Turns"
    • Monday, June 28, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Plea for a Simpler 1040 Form; Statistics on Salaries of Women"
    • Monday, June 28, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Brutal Crimes Call for Stiffer Sentences"
    • Tuesday, June 29, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Senate Nixes Abortions for Women on Welfare; Latest Advances in Medical Field"
    • Tuesday, June 29, 1976, 11:00 PM: "1976 World Conference Discusses Food Shortage"
    • Wednesday, June 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Mandatory Retirement at 50 for Massachusetts State Police"
    • Wednesday, June 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Average American Can't Afford to Buy a New Home"
    • Thursday, July 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Northern States Are Losing Economic Battle"
    • Thursday, July 1, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Inflationary Raise for Electrical Workers"
    • Friday, July 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Wages Are Going Up"
    • Monday, July 5, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Declaration of Independence"
    • Tuesday, July 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Terrorists Can Be Thwarted"
    • Tuesday, July 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The U.N. Is Getting Ridiculous"
    • Wednesday, July 7, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Drought / Our Dangerous Automobiles"
    • Wednesday, July 7, 1976, 11:00 PM: "School Facilities and Mother/Daughter Father/Son Luncheons"
    • Thursday, July 8, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Ohio Bell / The Public Works Job Bill"
    • Thursday, July 8, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Telephone Rates Are Going Up $3"
    • Friday, July 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Possible New Inventions of the Future"
    • Friday, July 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "History Is Never Static"
    • Monday, July 26, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Begrudge the Cost of Viking?"
    • Monday, July 26, 1976, 11:00 PM: "It Is Time to Set Our Economic House in Order"
    • Tuesday, July 27, 1976, 6:00 PM: "There Are Fortunes to Be Made"
    • Tuesday, July 27, 1976, 11:00 PM: "If Taxes Were Lowered, Business Could Expand and Absorb the Unemployed"
    • Wednesday, July 28, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Banks Are Learning How to Protect Themselves from Robbers"
    • Wednesday, July 28, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Rubber Strike Is Now 100 Days Old"
    • Thursday, July 29, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Interference By the Government"
    • Thursday, July 29, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Raising the Loads Trucks Can Carry"
    • Friday, July 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Swine Flue Epidemic"
    • Friday, July 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Defying Our Laws"
  16. Commentaries: Aug. 2-Oct. 22, 1976
    • Monday, August 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Wearing of Seatbelts / Karen Quinlan Case"
    • Monday, August 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The U.S. - Amunition Czar of the World"
    • [Tuesday] August 3, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Private Security / Guaranteed Work"
    • Tuesday, August 3, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Military Approproations / Cost of Living"
    • Tuesday, August 3, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Dairy Farmers - Losers in the Victory of Inflation"
    • Wednesday, August 4, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Herman Kahn"
    • Wednesday, August 4, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Government Vs. Private Enterprise"
    • Thursday, August 5, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Cost of Living in Western Europe / Pactamar Astronaut"
    • Thursday, August 5, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Farming Productivity"
    • Friday, August 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Philadelphia Epidemic"
    • Friday, August 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Reagan's Vice Presidential Choice"
    • Monday, August 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Who Has the Right to Decide?"
    • Monday, August 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Black Bag Funds"
    • Wednesday, August 11, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Republican Anti Abortion Plank"
    • Wednesday, August 11, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Building the B1 Bomber"
    • Thursday, August 12, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Difference Between the Democrats and Republicans"
    • Thursday, August 12, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A Repeating Crime Pattern"
    • Friday, August 13, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Anti Women's Rights Plank"
    • Friday, August 13, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Abortion Plank"
    • Monday, August 16, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Rubber Strike"
    • Monday, August 16, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Republican Convention"
    • Tuesday, August 17, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Fraudulent Activities"
    • Tuesday, August 17, 1976, 11:00 PM: "U.A.W. Contract"
    • Wednesday, August 18, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Casualty of War / State Safety Laws"
    • Wednesday, August 18, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Ronald Reagan"
    • Thursday, August 19, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Earthquakes / Artur Rubinstein"
    • Thursday, August 19, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Can a Poor Man Become President?"
    • Friday, August 20, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Renee Richards / Abortion"
    • Friday, August 20, 1976, 11:00 PM: "4-Day Work Week"
    • Monday, August 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Republican Platform Vs. Democratic Platform"
    • Monday, August 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "North Korean Killing of Two Americans"
    • Tuesday, August 24, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Jimmy Carter and Peanuts"
    • Tuesday, August 24, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Granger Road Hill"
    • Thursday, August 26, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Produce Strike"
    • Thursday, August 26, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Friday, August 27, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The London Drought"
    • Friday, August 27, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Handguns"
    • Monday, August 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Communism and Equal Opportunity"
    • Monday, August 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Helpless Victims"
    • Tuesday, August 31, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Judge Battisti's Decision"
    • Tuesday, August 31, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Judge Battisti's Verdict"
    • Wednesday, September 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Racing Car / Food and Drug Administration"
    • Wednesday, September 1, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Army LSD Tests"
    • Thursday, September 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Overpopulation"
    • Thursday, September 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Sale of Armaments"
    • Friday, September 3, 1976, 6:00 PM: "800 Year Lifespan"
    • Monday, September 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Londonderry / Sex Discrimination in Grade School"
    • Monday, September 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Labor"
    • Tuesday, September 7, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Gerald Ford / Mountain of Light / Windmills"
    • Tuesday, September 7, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Abortion Issue"
    • Wednesday, September 8, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Abby Drover / 6th Transatlantic"
    • Wednesday, September 8, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Four Newspaper Men Jailed"
    • Thursday, September 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Ragweed / Humphrey Hawkins Bill"
    • Thursday, September 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Mao"
    • Friday, September 10, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Sunshine Law"
    • Friday, September 10, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Kim Dong Gyu"
    • Monday, September 13, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Election Campaign Contributions"
    • Monday, September 13, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Adolph Hitler"
    • Tuesday, September 14, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Government and Legal Forms"
    • Tuesday, September 14, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Sex Life of Jesus"
    • Wednesday, September 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Joseph Kallinger"
    • Wednesday, September 15, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Governor Rhodes"
    • Thursday, September 16, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Ford Strike"
    • Thursday, September 16, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Ford Strike" [different commentary]
    • Friday, September 17, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Bubonic Plague / Women's Orchestra Group"
    • Friday, September 17, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Ground Bone in Meats"
    • Monday, September 20, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Swine Flu Vaccination / First Baby Buggy"
    • Monday, September 20, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Electric Car"
    • Tuesday, September 21, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Jimmy Carter's Interview in Playboy Magazine"
    • Tuesday, September 21, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Jimmy Carter's Interview in Playboy Magazine" [different commentary]
    • Wednesday, September 22, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Vandalism and Crime"
    • Wednesday, September 22, 1976, 11:00 PM: "32 Living Children"
    • Thursday, September 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Alaskan Pipeline"
    • Thursday, September 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Horst Leisel"
    • Friday, September 24, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Ford-Carter Debate"
    • Friday, September 24, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Ford-Carter Debate" [different commentary]
    • Monday, September 27, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Trees / The Cleveland Orchestra"
    • Monday, September 27, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Angela Winslow"
    • Tuesday, September 28, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Wrigley Gum / Sale of Guns / Customs"
    • Tuesday, September 28, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Solar Electric Plant"
    • Wednesday, September 29, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Atomic Energy / Computers"
    • Wednesday, September 29, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Insurance Rates"
    • Thursday, September 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Soviet Union / Food Stamps"
    • Thursday, September 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Development of Advanced Engines"
    • Friday, October 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Juno / Dr. Olson"
    • Friday, October 1, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Lifting of Newborn Babies By the Feet"
    • Monday, October 4, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Wheelchair Sports Inc. / Tamborali"
    • Monday, October 4, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Mr. Butz"
    • Tuesday, October 5, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Ford-Carter Debates"
    • Tuesday, October 5, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Unemployment and Inflation"
    • Wednesday, October 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Foreign Travel of Congressmen's Wives"
    • Wednesday, October 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Wealth of the Arabs"
    • Thursday, October 7, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, October 7, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Fringe Benefits"
    • Friday, October 8, 1976, 6:00 PM: "3.2 Beer / West Germany Speed Limit"
    • Friday, October 8, 1976, 11:00 PM: "High Quarterly Earnings"
    • Monday, October 11, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Issues 4, 5, 6, & 7"
    • Monday, October 11, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Issues 4, 5, 6, & 7" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, October 12, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Busing in Alabama / Christmas Gifts"
    • Tuesday, October 12, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Age of Giants"
    • Wednesday, October 13, 1976, 6:00 PM: "National Health Goal / Goldenrod Plant"
    • Wednesday, October 13, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Auto Designed For Safety"
    • Thursday, October 14, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Issue 8 / Rudolf Hess"
    • Thursday, October 14, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Decline in Welfare Rolls"
    • Friday, October 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "A Fine Piece of Detective Work / Saudi Arabia"
    • Friday, October 15, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Sports"
    • Monday, October 18, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Chinese Women Have Made History"
    • Monday, October 18, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Presidential Poll"
    • Tuesday, October 19, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Icebergs / William Loeb"
    • Tuesday, October 19, 1976, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Nobel Prize Winners"
    • Wednesday, October 20 ,1976, 6:00 PM: "A Global Climactic Change"
    • Wednesday, October 20, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Decline in the Dollar"
    • Thursday, October 21, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Reader's Digest Interview / Aggressiveness in Honey Bees"
    • Thursday, October 21, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Raising George Washington to a 6-Star General"
    • Friday, October 22, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Billions of Dollars of Jewels Are Buried in Jaipur"
    • Friday, October 22, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Must the Employed Carry on Their Shoulders the Unemployed?"
  17. Commentaries: Nov. 1-Dec. 31, 1976
    • Monday, November 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Reverend Clennon King"
    • Monday, Novemer 1, 1976, 11:00 PM: "A Unique Presidential Election"
    • Tuesday, November 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Voting Process"
    • Wednesday, November 3, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Reason for Huge Voter Turnout"
    • Wednesday, November 3, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Dawning of a New Political Season"
    • Thursday, November 4, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Bringing in the New Year / Automobiles / Inflation"
    • Thursday, November 4, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Public Schoolteachers' Children Attending Private Schools"
    • Friday, November 5, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Facts Are Stranger Than Fiction"
    • Friday, November 5, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Jimmy Carter's Press Conference"
    • Monday, November 8, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Carter Will Head the Most Powerful and Richest Nation in the World"
    • Monday, November 8, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Where Did We Go Wrong?"
    • Tuesday, November 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Price and Wage Control"
    • Tuesday, November 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Forbidding For Sale Signs on Residential Property"
    • Wednesday, November 10, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Crimes Committed by Teenagers / Sheik Zayed"
    • Wednesday, November 10, 1976, 11:00 PM: "How Burdensome Are Our Taxes?"
    • Thursday, November 11, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Gary Gilmore / Allowances"
    • Thursday, November 11, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Paternity Suit Against a Riding Stable"
    • Friday, November 12, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Price of Housing"
    • Friday, November 12, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Armament"
    • Monday, November 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Jimmy Carter's Church / Vietnam's Membership in the United Nations"
    • Monday, November 15, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Partial, Mechanical Heart"
    • Tuesday, November 16, 1976, 6:00 PM: "House Occupied by Monster / Postal Service Profit"
    • Tuesday, November 16, 1976, 11:00 PM: "What Inflation Means in Terms of Our Dollars"
    • Wednesday, November 17, 1976, 6:00 PM: "King Tut / Solar Energy"
    • Wednesday, November 17, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Pierre Rinfret"
    • Thursday, November 18, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Price of Houses / The Economy"
    • Thursday, November 18, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Congressman Vanik and Jimmy Carter"
    • Friday, November 19, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Gary Gilmore's Execution / How Does One Classify Poverty?"
    • Friday, November 19, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Medicare Is a Mess"
    • Monday, November 22, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Level of Energy Consumption / U.S. Agriculture"
    • Monday, November 22, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Houses Are Just Too Expensive"
    • Tuesday, November 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Price of Houses in Washington / Property Taxes"
    • Tuesday, November 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Surplus of Wheat"
    • Wednesday, November 24, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Auto Industry Strike"
    • Wednesday, November 24, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Southern Idioms"
    • [Thursday], November 25, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Thanksgiving Message"
    • [Thursday], November 25, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Pilgrims' First Thanksgiving"
    • Friday, November 26, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Some Dramatic Facts / Senator Goldwater"
    • Monday, November 29, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Bus Driver Dies Behind the Wheel / Microwaves"
    • Monday, November 29, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Government Spending"
    • Tuesday, November 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Ice Ages"
    • Tuesday, November 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Era of Oil"
    • Wednesday, December 1, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Looting in Beirut / American Taxes"
    • Wednesday, December 1, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Rise in the Price of Oil"
    • Thursday, December 2, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Violence on TV / Insurance Policies"
    • Thursday, December 2, 1976, 11:00 PM: "High Oil Profits"
    • Monday, December 6, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Complicated Tax Forms / No More Drilling"
    • Monday, December 6, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Government Forms"
    • Tuesday, December 7, 1976, 6:00 PM: "World Output of Steel / Fantastic Oil Profits"
    • Tuesday, December 7, 1976, 11:00 PM: "School Desegregation"
    • Wednesday, December 8, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Welfare / Desegregation by Busing"
    • Wednesday, December 8, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Domestic Production of Shoes"
    • Thursday, December 9, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Domed Cities / Women in the Israeli Army"
    • Thursday, December 9, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Will Carter Use Wage and Price Controls?"
    • Friday, December 10, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Declaration of Independence"
    • Friday, December 10, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Ride on a Cushion of Air"
    • Monday, December 13, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Aramid / Federal Deposit Insurance Corp."
    • Monday, December 13, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Pregnancy Disability Benefits"
    • Tuesday, December 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "City Council Expulsions / Plea Bargaining / Perfume"
    • Tuesday, December 14, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Use of Secret Servicemen"
    • Wednesday, December 15, 1976, 6:00 PM: "I.W. Abel / OPEC"
    • Wednesday, December 15, 1976, 11:00 PM: "OPEC"
    • Thursday, December 16, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Saudi Arabia's Solar Heating System"
    • Thursday, December 16, 1976, 11:00 PM: "What Is Taxable Income?"
    • Friday, December 17, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Carter's Appointees / OPEC Increase"
    • Monday, December 20, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Monday, December 20, 1976, 11:00 PM: "OPEC Increase"
    • Tuesday, December 21, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The Body Is Like a Chemical Factory / Maternity Disability Benefits"
    • Tuesday, December 21, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Automobile Engine Fueled by Powdered Coal"
    • Wednesday, December 22, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Victory at Entebbe"
    • Wednesday, December 22, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Price of Coffee"
    • Thursday, December 23, 1976, 6:00 PM: "The People Mover"
    • Thursday, December 23, 1976, 11:00 PM: "Lawsuit Against W.T. Grant"
    • Friday, December 24, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Ohio Coal Consumption"
    • Friday, December 24, 1976, 11:00 PM: "National Health Program"
    • Thursday, December 30, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Power Struggle in China"
    • Thursday, December 30, 1976, 11:00 PM: "The Liberty Bloom Is Withering"
    • Friday, December 31, 1976, 6:00 PM: "Happy New Year"

Box 2

Folder -- Contents
  1. Commentaries: Jan. 3-Mar. 21, 1977
    • Monday, January 3, 1977, 6:00 PM: "OPEC / Coffee"
    • Monday, January 3, 1977, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Patents"
    • Tuesday, January 4, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Ford's Proposal to Remove Controls From the Price of Gasoline"
    • Tuesday, January 4, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Electric Illuminating Company"
    • Wednesday, January 5, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Equus / Tree Theft"
    • Wednesday, January 5, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Equal Rights Vs. Personal Preference"
    • Thursday, January 6, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Health Care / Coal"
    • Thursday, January 6, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Federal Regulations"
    • Friday, January 7, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Muscular Dystrophy"
    • Friday, January 7, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Feasibility of Making it Legal to Commit Suicide"
    • Monday, January 10, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Rights of Man / Shoes"
    • Monday, January 10, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Special Admissions to Medical School"
    • Tuesday, January 11, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Soviets' Hunter-Killer Satellite"
    • Tuesday, January 11, 1977, 11:00 PM: "William Proxmire / Patricia Harris"
    • Wednesday, January 12, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Abu Daoud / Lesbian Priest"
    • Wednesday, January 12, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland: 9th Largest Market in the USA"
    • Thursday, January 13, 1977, 6:00 PM: "A Checkless Society / Witch Doctors"
    • Thursday, January 13, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Muny Light Plant"
    • Friday, January 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Execution of Gary Gilmore"
    • Friday, January 14, 1977, 11:00 PM: "White House Entertainment"
    • Monday, January 17, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Vice Presidents"
    • Monday, January 17, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Foreign Oil Cartel"
    • Tuesday, January 18, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Compassion / OPEC Nations"
    • Tuesday, January 18, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Americans Are Being Taken for a Ride"
    • Wednesday, January 19, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Deregulation of Gas Prices / Faulty Items"
    • Wednesday, January 19, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Deregulation of Gas Prices"
    • Thursday, January 20, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Hazards of the Heat and Energy Crisis"
    • Thursday, January 20, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Inaugurating a President"
    • Friday, January 21, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Dudley Taw / President Sadat"
    • Friday, January 21, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Dudley Taw"
    • Monday, January 24, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Earthquakes Predicted by Animals' Behavior"
    • Monday, January 24, 1977, 11:00 PM: "How Private Is One's Body?"
    • Tuesday, January 25, 1977, 6:00 PM: "A Modern Cave Man / $30 Billion Deduction"
    • Tuesday, January 25, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Weather Can Be a Deadly Enemy"
    • Wednesday, January 26, 1977, 6:00 PM: "High School Graduate Who Can't Read / Letter by George Washington"
    • Wednesday, January 26, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Will of the People Should Prevail"
    • Thursday, January 27, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Luxurious Living / Gross National Product / Eccentricities / De Nostredame"
    • Thursday, January 27, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Possibility of Life in Outer Space"
    • Friday, January 28, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Is There a Natural Gas Shortage?"
    • Friday, January 28, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Lack of Gas"
    • Monday, January 31, 1977, 6:00 PM: "There Is Gas in the Country"
    • Monday, January 31, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Inadequate Gas Reserves"
    • Tuesday, February 1, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Are Elected Officials Royalty?"
    • Tuesday, February 1, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Why Don't We Tame the Weather"
    • Wednesday, February 2, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Military Pensions"
    • Wednesday, February 2, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Vocabularies of Disdain"
    • Thursday, February 3, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Fords in Palm Springs / Heating Bills"
    • Thursday, February 3, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Hans Ulrich Rudel"
    • Friday, February 4, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Absurd Laws / Slower Than Molasses in January"
    • Friday, February 4, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Cleveland Orchestra"
    • Monday, February 7, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Productivity / Nuclear Plants"
    • Monday, February 7, 1977, 11:00 PM: "$90 Million Grant for Fuel Bills"
    • Tuesday, February 8, 1977, 6:00 PM: "$13,000 Pay Raise"
    • Tuesday, February 8, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Senator Goldwater Steps Into the Future"
    • Wednesday, February 9, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Mr. Flynt / Late Buses"
    • Wednesday, February 9, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Japan Has an Aversion to Imports"
    • Thursday, February 10, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Florida's Orange Crop / British Torture"
    • Thursday, February 10, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Canada Could Supply Ohio With Oil"
    • Friday, February 11, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut / Hamburgers"
    • Friday, February 11, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Countries Have to Balance Their Budgets"
    • Monday, February 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Government Documents"
    • Monday, February 14, 1977, 11:00 PM: "A Guaranteed Annual Wage"
    • Wednesday, February 16, 1977, 6:00 PM: "T.V. Commercials / Living Out of Wedlock / Welfare / Medicaid"
    • Wednesday, February 16, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Can Regulation Replace the Free Marketplace?"
    • Thursday, February 17, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Jobs for Life"
    • Thursday, February 17, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Raises for Congress"
    • Friday, February 18, 1977, 6:00 PM: "To Whom Does This Country Belong? / Muny Light"
    • Friday, February 18, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Study of Gas Supplies"
    • Monday, February 21, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Howard Hughes"
    • Monday, February 21, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Lost Wages"
    • Tuesday, February 22, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Milton Friedman"
    • Tuesday, February 22, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Nature Was Lavish With Oil"
    • Wednesday, February 23, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Illegal Mexicans / Insulating Homes"
    • Wednesday, February 23, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Labor's Traditional Desires"
    • Thursday, February 24, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Guarded Nuclear Plants / Gaswells"
    • Thursday, February 24, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Allen Blake Case"
    • Friday, February 25, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Idi Amin"
    • Friday, February 25, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Bloc"
    • Monday, February 28, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Fewer Babies Are Being Born"
    • Monday, February 28, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cost of Farm Produced Foods"
    • Tuesday, March 1, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Rudolph Hess"
    • Tuesday, March 1, 1977, 11:00 PM: "25c Gasoline Tax"
    • Wednesday, March 2, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Product Liability"
    • Wednesday, March [2], 1977, 11:00 PM: "Refusal to Make Coffee"
    • Thursday, March 3 1977, 6:00 PM: "Steel and Shoe Imports"
    • Thursday, March 3, 1977, 11:00 PM: "A Nation Should Insure Itself"
    • Friday, March 4, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Medicare and Medicaid Abuse / Prejudice Teachers / Russia"
    • Friday, March 4, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cost of Homes Is Unbelievable"
    • Monday, March 7, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Nursing Homes / United Nations / Brooklyn"
    • Monday, March 7, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Voting in India"
    • Tuesday, March 8, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Armament / Adopting Animals"
    • Tuesday, March 8, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Human Rights Declaration"
    • Wednesday, March 9, 1977, 6:00 PM: "$50 Tax Rebate / Cory Moore"
    • Wednesday, March 9, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cory Moore"
    • Thursday, March 10, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Muslim Gunmen"
    • Thursday, March 10, 1977, 11:00 PM: "What to Do About Gunmen"
    • Friday, March 11, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Frances Bolton / Consolidated Edison Thefts"
    • Friday, March 11, 1977, 11:00 PM: "5c Cup of Coffee"
    • Monday, March 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Eleanor and Franklin"
    • Monday, March 14, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Black and White Struggle in Rhodesia"
    • Tuesday, March 15, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Senate Democratic Caucus / Cleveland"
    • Tuesday, March 15, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Working Women"
    • Wednesday, March 16, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Renaissance Center / Saccharin"
    • Wednesday, March 16, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Considering the Handicapped"
    • Thursday, March 17, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Network"
    • Thursday, March 17, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Smoking In School"
    • Friday, March 18, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Gold Horde / Dial-a-Phone"
    • Friday, March 18, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Are Some People Born Evil?"
    • Monday, March 21, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Gas Warfare Program / Indira Gandhi"
    • Monday, March 21, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Simplified Tax Forms"
    • Tuesday, March 22, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Unemployment Compensation / Saccharin"
    • Tuesday, March 22, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Animal Behavior"
    • Wednesday, March 23, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Japanese Imports"
    • Wednesday, March 23, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Converting to Coal"
    • Thursday, March 24, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Resurrection Scene"
    • Thursday, March 24, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Inflation and Unemployment"
  2. Commentaries: Apr. 4-June 30, 1977
    • Monday, April 4, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Banning of Liquor and Tobacco Advertising on Buses"
    • Monday, April 4, 1977, 11:00 PM: "President Carter's Energy Program"
    • Tuesday, April 5, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Tax Forms / Gasoline Tax"
    • Tuesday, April 5, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Disabled Persons"
    • Wednesday, April 6, 1977, 6:00 PM: "What Is Taxable?"
    • Wednesday, April 6, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Thursday, April 7, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Date Sugar / Stuart Deslin"
    • Thursday, April 7, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Battery-Powered Car"
    • Friday, April 8, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Islamic Law"
    • Friday, April 8, 1977, 11:00 PM: "U.S. and the Soviet Union"
    • Monday, April 11, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Religion"
    • Monday, April 11, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Day of Those Under 40"
    • Tuesday, April 12, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Fashion Styles"
    • Tuesday, April 12, 1977, 11:00 PM: "2000 [Degree] Temperature"
    • Wednesday, April 13, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Strange Burial / Tax Forms"
    • Wednesday, April 13, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Liability Lawsuits"
    • Thursday, April 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Food for the Whole World"
    • Thursday, April 14, 1977, 11:00 PM: "No $50 Rebate"
    • Friday, April 15, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Anti-Inflation Methods"
    • Friday, April 15, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Controlling Inflation"
    • Monday, April 18, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Hog Raising / Carter Staff"
    • Monday, April 18, 1977, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Embassy in Moscow"
    • Tuesday, April 19, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Carter's Proposal / Stealing / The Cancer Society"
    • Tuesday, April 19, 1977, 11:00 PM: "No New Sources"
    • Wednesday, April 20, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Welfare / Cleveland Orchestra"
    • Wednesday, April 20, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Discipline in School"
    • Thursday, April 21, 1977, 6:00 PM: "President Carter's Proposal"
    • Thursday, April 21, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Higher Cost of Oil"
    • Friday, April 22, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Amendment of the Congressional Budget Act"
    • Friday, April 22, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Equalized Benefits"
    • Monday, April 25, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Military Pensions"
    • Monday, April 25, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Strategic Arms Limitations"
    • Tuesday, April 26, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Electric Car"
    • Tuesday, April 26, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Chemicals Suspected of Causing Disorders"
    • Wednesday, April 27, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Red Letter Day / New Motor"
    • Wednesday, April 27, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Spring or Winter Madness"
    • Thursday, April 28, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Price of Houses / Inflation"
    • Thursday, April 28, 1977, 11:00 PM: "A New Telephone Transmission System"
    • Friday, April 29, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Laetrille / Saccharine"
    • Friday, April 29, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Oil Supply"
    • Monday, May 2, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Hospital Bills"
    • Monday, May 2, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Ohio Edison"
    • Tuesday, May 3, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Convention Hall / Wars"
    • Tuesday, May 3, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Convention Hall"
    • Wednesday, May 4, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Richard Nixon / Kent State Students"
    • Wednesday, May 4, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Natural Gas Industry"
    • Thursday, May 5, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Frost / Nixon Interview"
    • Thursday, May 5, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Frost / Nixon Interview" [different commentaries]
    • Friday, May 6, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Inventions"
    • Friday, May 6, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Limousines"
    • Monday, May 9, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Social Security Benefits / Marjorie Jackson"
    • Monday, May 9, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Steel Industry Increases"
    • Tuesday, May 10, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Study of Tennis Players / Spacecrafts"
    • Tuesday, May 10, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Social Security"
    • Wednesday, May 11, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Ramses II / Water Shortage"
    • Wednesday, May 11, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Death Is Not the End"
    • Thursday, May 12, 1977, 6:00 PM: "1978 Defense Budget / Steel"
    • Thursday, May 12, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Per Capita Income"
    • Friday, May 13, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Compensating Victims of Violent Crimes / Claridges"
    • Friday, May 13, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Busing Phases"
    • Monday, May 16, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Screwworm"
    • Monday, May 16, 1977, 11:00 PM: "People Oriented to Work"
    • Tuesday, May 17, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Waste in Food Processing and Marketing / Child Rearing Is Expensive"
    • Tuesday, May 17, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Sale of Wheat"
    • Wednesday, May 18, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Nuclear Weapons"
    • Wednesday, May 18, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Value of Houses"
    • Thursday, May 19, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Mentmore Towers"
    • Thursday, May 19, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Busing"
    • Friday, May 20, 1977, 6:00 PM: "United Automobile Workers"
    • Friday, May 20, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Charles Lindbergh"
    • Monday, May 23, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Training of Teachers"
    • Monday, May 23, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Israel"
    • Tuesday, May 24, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Funding of Senior Day Centers"
    • Tuesday, May 24, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Old People Are Still Productive"
    • Wednesday, May 25, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Oil Producing Countries / Loans"
    • Wednesday, May 25, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Solar Heat"
    • Thursday, May 26, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Foreign Classics / Cheif Garey"
    • Thursday, May 26, 1977, 11:00 PM: "George Willig"
    • Friday, May 27, 1977, 6:00 PM: "A Case of Rape / 'The Tiger of Malaya'"
    • Friday, May 27, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Monday, May 30, 1977, 6:00 PM: "American Industries"
    • Monday, May 30, 1977, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Trade Deficit"
    • Tuesday, May 31, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Business of Business"
    • Tuesday, May 31, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Frivolous Lawsuits"
    • Wednesday, June 1, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Lightning / Japanese Trains"
    • Wednesday, June 1, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Must Fat People Hide From the President?"
    • Thursday, June 2, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Communist [sic] Have a Curious Complex / Tangshan Earthquake / Dolphins"
    • Thursday, June 2, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Labor Increases"
    • Friday, June 3, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Laetrile / Steelworkers"
    • Friday, June 3, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Vaporized Fuel System"
    • Monday, June 6, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Home Arts Guild Research Center / Leaves"
    • Monday, June 6, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Veteran Pension Payments"
    • Tuesday, June 7, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Queen of England's Silver Jubilee"
    • Tuesday, June 7, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Queen of England's Silver Jubilee" [different commentary]
    • Wednesday, June 8, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Convention Center / Taxpayers' Money"
    • Wednesday, June 8, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Homosexuality"
    • Thursday, June 9, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Water Development Plan / Prices and Taxes"
    • Thursday, June 9, 1977, 11:00 PM: "U.S. National Debt"
    • Friday, June 10, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Interesting Facts"
    • Friday, June 10, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Automobiles"
    • Monday, June 13, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Pornography"
    • Monday, June 13, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Castro"
    • Tuesday, June 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "War of Prices / Mayor Perk"
    • Tuesday, June 14, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Pornography"
    • Wednesday, June 15, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Future of the Computer / Coca-Cola"
    • Wednesday, June 15, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Unconstitutional Search and Seizure"
    • Thursday, June 16, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Mike Mansfield / Kimonos"
    • Thursday, June 16, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cost of Automobiles"
    • Friday, June 17, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Idi Amin / Icebergs"
    • Friday, June 17, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Food Price War"
    • Monday, June 20, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Pronography Poll"
    • Monday, June 20, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Alaskan Pipeline"
    • Tuesday, June 21, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The B-1 Bomber"
    • Tuesday, June 21, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The B-1 Bomber" [different commentary]
    • Wednesday, June 22, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Two Court Decisions / Inflation"
    • Wednesday, June 22, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Rate of Inflation"
    • Thursday, June 23, 1977, 6:00 PM: "World Food Trade / Illiteracy in the Navy"
    • Thursday, June 23, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Oil Prices"
    • Friday, June 24, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Love Between a Man and Woman"
    • Monday, June 27, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Advertising by Lawyers"
    • Tuesday, June 28, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Desegregation Plans / Russian Ministry"
    • Tuesday, June 28, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Earth Is a Vast Storehouse"
    • Wednesday, June 29, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Taiwan"
    • Wednesday, June 29, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Hospital Costs"
    • Thursday, June 30, 1977, 6:00 PM: "B-1 Bomber Production"
    • Thursday, June 30, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Tax Abatement for the Cleveland Sheraton"
  3. Commentaries: July 25-Sept. 30, 1977
    • Monday, July 25, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Weather Patterns Are Changing"
    • Monday, July 25, 1977, 11:00 PM: "How Is Our Economy Doing?"
    • Tuesday, July 26, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Shell Oil / Rape"
    • Tuesday, July 26, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Mandatory Retirement"
    • Wednesday, July 27, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Goodyear Tires / Exorcism"
    • Wednesday, July 27, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Steel Imports"
    • Thursday, July 28, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Advertising for a Mate / Government Regulations"
    • Thursday, July 28, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Kent State University"
    • Friday, July 29, 1977, 6:00 PM: "How Is Our Tax Money Spent?"
    • Friday, July 29, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Controlling Inflation"
    • Monday, August 1, 1977, 6:00 PM: "'The Hood Samaritan' / Jewelry for Men"
    • Monday, August 1, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Tax Abatement"
    • Tuesday, August 2, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Billy Carter"
    • Tuesday, August 2, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Minimum Wage"
    • Wednesday, August 3, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Electric Car"
    • Wednesday, August 3, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Growth and Sale of Tobacco"
    • Thursday, August 4, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The CIA"
    • Thursday, August 4, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Financing of State Elections"
    • Friday, August 5, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Truth in Advertising"
    • Friday, August 5, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Filming of Texas Executions"
    • Monday, August 8, 1977, 6:00 PM: "University Athletics / Bell Telephone System"
    • Monday, August 8, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Welfare"
    • Tuesday, August 9, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Mail / Grizzly Bears"
    • Tuesday, August 9, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Intelligence Operations"
    • Wednesday, August 10, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Farmers' Bill / George Washington's Papers"
    • Wednesday, August 10, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Security of Citizens"
    • Thursday, August 11, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The 'Son of Sam' / Savings"
    • Thursday, August 11, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Nuclear Weapons"
    • Friday, August 12, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Automobile Tax / White House Mice"
    • Friday, August 12, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Manipulating Bank Loans"
    • Monday, August 15, 1977, 6:00 PM: "What Makes People Commit Murder?"
    • Monday, August 15, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Discrimination Against Whites"
    • Tuesday, August 16, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Pie in the Governor's Face / Jobs / College Loans"
    • Tuesday, August 16, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Advertising by Lawyers"
    • Wednesday, August 17, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Cost of Oil / Orhthodox Restrictions"
    • Wednesday, August 17, 1977, 11:00 PM: "How Does One Evaluate a Man's Worth?"
    • Thursday, August 18, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Panama Canal"
    • Thursday, August 18, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Unemployed Youth?"
    • Friday, August 19, 1977, 6:00 PM: "118 Engagements / Blue Cross"
    • Friday, August 19, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Imported Steel"
    • Monday, August 22, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Eunice Podis / New World War"
    • Monday, August 22, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Minimum Wage"
    • Tuesday, August 23, 1977, 6:00 pM: "Violence on TV / Earthquakes"
    • Tuesday, August 23, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cost-of-Living"
    • Wednesday, August 24, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Rise in Costs / Energy Conservation"
    • Wednesday, August 24, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Methanol"
    • Thursday, August 25, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Clause R-3 / Averages / Hearing Dogs"
    • Thursday, August 25, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Low Aptitude Scores"
    • Friday, August 26, 1977, 6:00 PM: "ERA / No Change"
    • Friday, August 26, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Panama Canal Agreement"
    • Monday, August 29, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Africa / Monster Melons"
    • Monday, August 29, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Righteous Indignation"
    • Tuesday, August 30, 1977, 6:00 PM: "'The Ends of Power' / Life on Other Planets"
    • Tuesday, August 30, 1977, 11:00 PM: "South Africa's Nuclear Potential"
    • Wednesday, August 31, 1977, 6:00 PM: "School Closings"
    • Wednesday, August 31, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Longer Lasting Autos"
    • Thursday, September 1, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Prostitues / Social Security Benefits"
    • Thursday, September 1, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Solar Energy"
    • Friday, September 2, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Panama Canal / Ramadan / Dishonest Grades"
    • Friday, September 2, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Inflation in Portugal"
    • Monday, September [5], 1977, 6:00 PM: "Pension Fund / Indira Gandhi"
    • Monday, September 5, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Labor Day"
    • Tuesday, September 6, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Larger Sizes / Cost-of-Living"
    • Tuesday, September 6, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Prostitutes Vs. Robbers"
    • Wednesday, September 7, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Advertising / CIA"
    • Wednesday, September 7, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Forced Retirement"
    • Thursday, September 8, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Academia"
    • Thursday, September 8, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Imports From Japan"
    • [Friday], September 9, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Kelp"
    • Friday, September 9, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Carter and Lance"
    • Monday, September 12, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Social Security Benefits"
    • Monday, September 12, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Medical Advertising"
    • Tuesday, September 13, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Cholera Epidemic"
    • Tuesday, September 13, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Government Intrusion"
    • Wednesday, September 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Century One / Electric Power"
    • Wednesday, September 14, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Leopold Stokowski"
    • Thursday, September 15, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Bert Lance"
    • Thursday, September 15, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Bert Lance" [different commentary]
    • Friday, September 16, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Islamic Law"
    • Friday, September 16, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Air Raid Shelters"
    • Monday, September 19, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Bill Collecting"
    • Monday, September 19, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Social Security Bill"
    • Tuesday, September 20, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Social Security Benefits / Chemical Seasonings"
    • Tuesday, September 20, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Japanese Steel Imports"
    • Wednesday, September 21, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Steel Industry / Commission on Art and Antiquities"
    • Wednesday, September 21, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Taxes"
    • Thursday, September 22, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Reverse Discrimination"
    • Thursday, September [22], 1977, 11:00 PM: "Vulnerability of the President"
    • Friday, September 23, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Oil Reserves / Imported Steel"
    • Friday, September 23, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Armament"
    • Monday, September 26, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The People Shapers"
    • Monday, September 26, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Israel and the P.L.O."
    • Tuesday, September 27, 1977, 6:00 PM: "A Town Without Natural Gas / Jean Bedel Bokassa"
    • Tuesday, September 27, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Greatest Show on Earth"
    • Wednesday, September 28, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Senator Metzenbaum's Filibuster / Zenith Radio / Japanese Pupils"
    • Wednesday, September 28, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Senator Metzenbaum's Filibuster" [different commentary]
    • Thursday, September 29, 1977, 6:00 PM: "American Wages"
    • Thursday, September 29, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Taxes"
    • Friday, September 30, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Farming / Flowers"
    • Friday, September 30, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Telephones"
  4. Commentaries: Oct. 3-Dec. 30, 1977
    • Monday, October 3, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Duty on Imported Oil"
    • Tuesday, October 4, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Martha Lippitt / Keeping Chickens"
    • Tuesday, October 4, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Towing Icebergs"
    • Wednesday, October 5, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut / Electric Car"
    • Wednesday, October 5, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cost-of-Living"
    • Thursday, October 6, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Social Security Tax"
    • Thursday, October 6, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Acronyms"
    • Monday, October 10, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Imported Oil / Tsetse Fly"
    • Monday, October 10, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Unemployment"
    • Tuesday, October 11, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Compensation for Victims of Violent Crimes"
    • Tuesday, October 11, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Wednesday, October 12, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Computers / Honda Motor Company"
    • Wednesday, October 12, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Undelivered Mail"
    • Thursday, October 13, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Air Bags"
    • Thursday, October 13, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Oil Tax"
    • Friday, October 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Social Security"
    • Friday, October 14, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Operating Costs for the Justice Center"
    • Monday, October 17, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Ballet / Oil / Violence"
    • Monday, October 17, 1977, 11:00 PM: "East Ohio Gas Company Strike"
    • Tuesday, October 18, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Super Salesman / British Wages"
    • Tuesday, October 18, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Fringe Benefits"
    • Wednesday, October 19, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Horror of Hijacking / School System"
    • Wednesday, October 19, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Lawsuits"
    • Thursday, October 20, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Public Schools"
    • Thursday, October 20, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Public Schools" [different commentary]
    • Friday, October 21, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Social Security / Senator Humphrey"
    • Friday, October 21, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Minimum Wage"
    • Monday, October 31, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Tax Abatements"
    • Monday, October 31, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Shakila"
    • Tuesday, November 1, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Energy Tax Credit / Oil in Mexico / Issue 5"
    • Tuesday, November 1, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Another Plant Closes"
    • Wednesday, November 2, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Wednesday, November 2, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Social Security Taxes"
    • Thursday, November 3, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Hitler's Son / ERA"
    • Thursday, November 3, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Taxes Vs. Cost-of-Living"
    • Friday, November 4, 1977, 6:00 PM: "King Stephen's Crown / 'Gusinness Book of Records'"
    • Friday, November 4, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Visitors from Outer Space"
    • Monday, November 7, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Chanel No. 5 / Continuous Fusion / Voting on Issues"
    • Monday, November 7, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Quieter Appliances"
    • Wednesday, November 9, 1977, 6:00 PM: "60th Birthday of the Communist Regime"
    • Wednesday, November 9, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Sports"
    • Thursday, November 10, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut / Embassy Officials"
    • Thursday, November 10, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Government Forms"
    • Friday, November 11, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Rights of a Landlord / Freedom of Choice / Great Britain"
    • Friday, November 11, 1977, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Vs. Russia"
    • Monday, November 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Desegregation / Social Security"
    • Monday, November [14], 1977, 11:00 PM: "Food Industry Wage Increases"
    • Tuesday, November 15, 1977, 6:00 PM: "President Sadat / Boston Attack"
    • Tuesday, November 15, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cost of Imported Oil"
    • Wednesday, November 16, 1977, 6:00 PM: "German Stamps / Saccharin & Preservatives"
    • Wednesday, November 16, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Sadat's Visit to Israel"
    • Thursday, November 17, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Sunbelt Cost-of-Living / Hypersonic Jetliner / First Space Baby"
    • Thursday, November 17, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Repayment of School Loans"
    • Friday, November 18, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Sadat's Visit to Jerusalem / Utility Bill Discount"
    • Friday, November 18, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Japanese Imports"
    • Tuesday, November 22, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Absurd Use of Taxpayers' Money / Social Security"
    • Tuesday, November 22, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Modern Farmer"
    • Wednesday, November 23, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Unpaid Teachers"
    • Wednesday, November 23, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Begin and Sadat"
    • Thursday, November 24, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Thanksgiving"
    • Thursday, November 24, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Humphrey Hawkins Bill"
    • Friday, November 25, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Y.E.S. / King Phillip"
    • Friday, November 25, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Fiat"
    • Monday, November 28, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Farmers' Strike / Coffee"
    • Monday, November 28, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Price of McDonald's Hamburgers"
    • Tuesday, November 29, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Scientific Research"
    • Tuesday, November 29, 1977, 11:00 PM: "National Debt"
    • Wednesday, November 30, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Public Schools"
    • Wednesday, November 30, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Sadat"
    • Thursday, December 1, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Thursday, December 1, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Odorless Garlic"
    • Friday, December 2, 1977, 6:00 PM: "India"
    • Friday, December 2, 1977, 11:00 PM: "The Female Octopus"
    • Monday, December 5, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Interesting Facts / American Reading Habits / Jean Bedel Bokassa"
    • Monday, December 5, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Xylitol"
    • Tuesday, December 6, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Business Tax Deductions / U.N."
    • Tuesday, December 6, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Wednesday, December 7, 1977, 6:00 PM: "State Support of Publich Schools"
    • Wednesday, December 7, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Financing of Schools"
    • Thursday, December 8, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Senior Olympics / Energy Legislation"
    • Thursday, December 8, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Raisin Thieves"
    • Friday, December 9, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Action Line Questions / U.S. Economy"
    • Friday, December 9, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Farmers"
    • Monday, December 12, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Winston & Clementine Churchill"
    • Monday, December 12, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Early Retirement"
    • Tuesday, December 13, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Advertising by Lawyers / Smallest Pictures"
    • Tuesday, December 13, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Ridiculous Laws"
    • Wednesday, December 14, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Wednesday, December 14, 1977, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Economy"
    • Thursday, December 15, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Social Security Bill"
    • Thursday, December 15, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Cement Dust-Fed Steers"
    • Friday, December 16, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Policemen / Shoplifting"
    • Friday, December 16, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Policemen"
    • Monday, December 19, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Taxation"
    • Monday, December 19, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Tuesday, December 20, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Increase in Price of Steel / Making a Living Selling Gum"
    • Tuesday, December 20, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Robots"
    • Wednesday, December 21, 1977, 6:00 PM: "The Once and Future Star"
    • Wednesday, December 21, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Japanese Imports"
    • Thursday, December 22, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Desegregation / Inflation"
    • Thursday, December 22, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Auto Insurance"
    • Friday, December 23, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Space Age Communications / Laetrile"
    • Friday, December 23, 1977, 11:00 PM: "New Way to Handle Law Breakers"
    • Monday, December 26, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Gift of Peace"
    • Monday, December 26, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Jerusalem"
    • Thursday, December 29, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Queuing / Mrs. Carter's Hair"
    • Thursday, December 29, 1977, 11:00 PM: "New York's Airport"
    • Friday, December 30, 1977, 6:00 PM: "Giving from the Heart / Defective Auto Parts"
    • Friday, December 30, 1977, 11:00 PM: "Earth's Resources"
  5. Commentaries: Jan. 2-Mar. 31, 1978
    • Monday, January 2, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Reduction of Taxes"
    • Monday, January 2, 1978, 11:00 PM: "New Minimum Wage"
    • Tuesday, January 3, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Unemployment in Japan"
    • Tuesday, January 3, 1978, 11:00 PM: "President Carter's Visit to Saudi Arabia"
    • Wednesday, January 4, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Longevity / Boating"
    • Wednesday, January 4, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Murders Committed in Cleveland"
    • Thursday, January 5, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Fallen Heroes / Value of the Dollar"
    • Thursday, January 5, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Utility Advertising"
    • Friday, January 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Early Taxes / Mandatory Retirement"
    • Friday, January 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coal"
    • Monday, January 9, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Defense Strategy / Crime in Schools"
    • Monday, January 9, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Tax Cuts"
    • Tuesday, January 10, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Time and Chance"
    • Tuesday, January 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Snow Removal in Cleveland"
    • Wednesay, January 11, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Titania's Palace / Cold Weather"
    • Wednesday, January 11, 1978, 11:00 PM: "J. Edgar Hoover"
    • Thursday, January 12, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Snow Removal"
    • Thursday, January 12, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Friday, January 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Mary O'Hara"
    • Friday, January 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Network Shows"
    • Monday, January 16, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Legal Verbiage / Rats"
    • Monday, January 16, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Weight"
    • Tuesday, January 17, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Automobile Insurance / School Teachers"
    • Tuesday, January 17, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Food Needs"
    • Wednesday, January 18, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Middle Class America"
    • Thursday, January 19, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Immunization of Plants / Smoking"
    • Thursday, January 19, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Lee Harvey Oswald"
    • Friday, January 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "State of the Union Address"
    • Friday, January 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "State of the Union Address" [different commentary]
    • Monday, January 23, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Census Bureau Report"
    • Monday, January 23, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coal Miners' Strike"
    • Tuesday, January 24, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Cosmos"
    • Tuesday, January 24, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Tax Reductions"
    • Monday, January 30, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Kucinich's Meeting With Carter" / [Mary Northern's Feet]
    • Monday, January 30, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Kucinich's Meeting With Carter"
    • Tuesday, January 31, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Fur and Perfume Market"
    • Tuesday, January 31, 1978, 11:00 PM: "School Expenditures"
    • Wednesday, February 1, 1978, 6:00 PM: "$25 Billion Tax Cut"
    • Wednesday, February 1, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coal"
    • Thursday, February 2, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Traffic Jams / Violence and Crime"
    • Thursday, February 2, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Farmers' Strike"
    • Friday, February 3, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Saudi Arabia's Wealth"
    • Friday, February 3, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Execution"
    • Monday, February 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Wheat / Government Regulations"
    • Monday, February 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Elvis Presley Look-Alike"
    • Tuesday, February 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Robots / Hamburgers"
    • Tuesday, February 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The Postal Service"
    • Wednesday, February 8, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Desegregation / India's Population"
    • Wednesday, February 8, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Desegregation"
    • Thursday, February 9, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Cosmos 954 / Converting Sunshine Into Electricity"
    • Thursday, February 9, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coal Strike"
    • Friday, February 10, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Coal Strike"
    • Friday, February 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "RTA"
    • Monday, February 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Coal Strike / Demons"
    • Monday, February 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Tax Crusader"
    • Tuesday, February 14, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Valentine Greetings"
    • Tuesday, February 14, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Metal Fastener Industry"
    • Wednesday, February 15, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Coal Strike / Volcanic Eruptions"
    • Wednesday, February 15, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Nuclear Space War"
    • Thursday, February 16, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Planetran"
    • Thursday, February 16, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Books About Nixon"
    • Friday, February 17, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Coal Strike"
    • Friday, February 17, 1978, 11:00 PM: "American Nazis"
    • Monday, February 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Coal Strike"
    • Monday, February 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coal Strike"
    • Tuesday, February 21, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Bank Robbery in Japan"
    • Tuesday, February 21, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Creating New Markets"
    • Wednesday, February 22, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Muny Light"
    • Thursday, February 23, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, February 23, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The American Farmer"
    • Monday, February 27, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Coal Strike"
    • Monday, February 27, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Russia's Armament"
    • Tuesday, February 28, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Fiscal Year Budget"
    • Tuesday, February 28, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Wednesday, March 1, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Black Lung Disease / Russia"
    • Wednesday, March 1, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The American Dollar"
    • Thursday, March 2, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Increased Life Expectancy"
    • Thursday, March 2, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Potholes"
    • Friday, March 3, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Devalued Dollar / Nudity"
    • Friday, March 3, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Tax Abatement"
    • Monday, March 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Taft-Hartley Law"
    • Monday, March 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coal Strike"
    • Tuesday, March 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "A.T.&T. / Lottery"
    • Tuesday, March 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Miners' Strike"
    • Wednesday, March 8, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Wednesday, March 8, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Wage Increases"
    • Thursday, March 9, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Cellulose Factory"
    • Thursday, March 9, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coal Miners"
    • Friday, March 10, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Friday, March 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Death Rays"
    • Monday, March 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Levi's / Volkswagen"
    • Monday, March 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Economy"
    • Tuesday, March 14, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Murder in Israel"
    • Tuesday, March 14, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Murder in Israel"
    • Wednesday, March 15, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Goats at the Capitol Building / Coca-Cola"
    • Wednesday, March 15, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Israeli Murders"
    • Thursday, March 16, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Terrorists"
    • Thursday, March 16, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Electric Cars"
    • Friday, March 17, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Friday, March 17, 1978, 11:00 PM: "No Pay for School Employees"
    • Monday, March 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Cosmetics in Russia / Russian Antique"
    • Monday, March 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coal Miners' Pensions"
    • Tuesday, March 21, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Grass Growth Regulator / France"
    • Tuesday, March 21, 1978, 11:00 pM: "CEI / Cleveland Schools"
    • Wednesday, March 22, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Car Repair Fraud / Drop in Prices"
    • Wednesday, March 22, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Unreported Interest and Dividends"
    • Friday, March 24, 1978, 6:00 PM: "The Mayor and the Police Chief / West Side Institute of Technology"
    • Friday, March 24, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Kucinich and Hongisto"
    • Monday, March 27, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Paying for Alterations / Negligence in Pig Breeding / Strokes"
    • Monday, March 27, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Negotiating With Organized Labor"
    • Tuesday, March 28, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Kucinich and Hongisto / Oil"
    • Tuesday, March 28, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Kucinich and Hongisto"
    • Wednesday, March 29, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Income Taxes"
    • Wednesday, March 29, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Astrometeorology"
    • Thursday, March 30, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Recall of the Mayor / Idling Cropland"
    • Thursday, March 30, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Recall of the Mayor"
    • Friday, March 31, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Japanese Train / Imports"
    • Friday, March 31, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Coca-Cola"
  6. Commentaries: Apr. 3-June 30, 1978
    • Monday, April 3, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Newcomers to California"
    • Monday, April 3, 1978, 11:00 PM: "New Anti-Cancer Drug"
    • Tuesday, April 4, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Hydroponics / New Cancer Drug / Robots"
    • Tuesday, April 4, 1978, 11:00 PM: "A Disabling Neuroses"
    • Wednesday, April 5, 1978, 6:00 PM: "9.9 Mill Levy / The [American] Farmer"
    • Wednesday, April 5, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The Neutron Bomb"
    • Thursday, April 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Death of Coal Miners / Tax Reform"
    • Thursday, April 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Federal Regulations"
    • Friday, April 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "The Cleveland School System"
    • Friday, April 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Busing"
    • Monday, April 10, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Brunswick Teachers"
    • Monday, April 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Brunswick Teachers" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, April 11, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The Neutron Bomb"
    • Wednesday, April 12, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Tax on Imported Oil"
    • Thursday, April 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Desegregation"
    • Thursday, April 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Desegregation" [different commentary]
    • Friday, April 14, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Teachers Released / Nazi War Criminals"
    • Friday, April 14, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The Holocaust"
    • Monday, April 17, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / White House Mice"
    • Monday, April 17, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Medicare"
    • Tuesday, April 18, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Recall of Mayor Kucinich"
    • Tuesday, April 18, 1978, 11:00 PM: "AT&T Stock"
    • Wednesday, April 19, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Ice Age"
    • Wednesday, April 19, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Real Estate Taxes"
    • Thursday, April 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Colombian Coffee / H.L. Hunt / Imported Golf Carts"
    • Thursday, April 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Economic Value of a Bull"
    • Friday, April 21, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Safe Cars / An Education"
    • Friday, April 21, 1978, 11:00 PM: "What Is a Man's Worth?"
    • Monday, April 24, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Romanian President / Gypsy Rose Lee / Fraud"
    • Monday, April 24, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Cost of Desegregation"
    • Tuesday, April 25, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Born Innocent"
    • Tuesday, April 25, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Segregation"
    • Wednesday, April 26, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Desegregation Officials / National Science Foundation"
    • Wednesday, April 26, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Pension Plans"
    • Thursday, April 27, 1978, 6:00 PM: "White House Staff / Shipping Trade"
    • Thursday, April 27, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The Insurance Business"
    • Friday, April 28, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Armament / Absurd Laws"
    • Friday, April 28, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Selling of Human Beings"
    • Monday, May 1, 1978, 6:00 PM: "IRS / Disorderly Conduct"
    • Monday, May 1, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Japan's Defense"
    • Tuesday, May 2, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Locusts / Inflation"
    • Tuesday, May 2, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Fastener Industry"
    • Wednesday, May 3, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Tax Reduction / Aid to Farmers"
    • Wednesday, May 3, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Optimistic Futurist"
    • Thursday, May 4, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Humphrey-Hawkins Bill / Swimming Pools"
    • Thursday, May 4, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Ohio Loses $1 Billion"
    • Friday, May 5, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Oil"
    • Friday, May 5, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Double Digit Inflation"
    • Monday, May 8, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Acronyms / ERA"
    • Monday, May 8, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Tuesday, May 9, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Drop in Unemployment Rate / Extracting Oil from Shale"
    • Tuesday, May 9, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Imported Oil"
    • Wednesday, May 10, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Terrorists"
    • Wednesday, May 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "New York City"
    • Thursday, May 11, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Effect of Spring"
    • Thursday, May 11, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Sperry Rand's Annual Dinner"
    • Friday, May 12, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Israel's Memorial Day"
    • Friday, May 12, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Monday, May 15, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Gross National Product"
    • Monday, May 15, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Wage and Price Controls"
    • Tuesday, May 16, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Hamburgers"
    • Tuesday, May 16, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Desegregation"
    • Wednesday, May 17, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Icebergs"
    • Wednesday, May 17, 1978, 11:00 PM: "4-Day Work Week"
    • Monday, May 22, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Russia"
    • Monday, May 22, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Government Regulation"
    • Tuesday, May 23, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Computers"
    • Tuesday, May 23, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Land"
    • Wednesday, May 24, 1978, 6:00 PM: "B'nai B'rith / Voluntary Wage and Price Controls"
    • Wednesday, May 24, 1978, 11:00 PM: "China"
    • Thursday, May 25, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Controls Lifted on Gas Prices"
    • Thursday, May 25, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Advertising"
    • Friday, May 26, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Refusing a Job"
    • Friday, May 26, 1978, 11:00 PM: "This Was Sex"
    • Monday, May 29, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Memorial Day"
    • Monday, May 29, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Memorial Day" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, May 30, 1978, 6:00 PM: "U.S. and Russia"
    • Tuesday, May 30, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Gambling Americans"
    • Wednesday, May 31, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Increased Productivity / Most Valuable Diamond"
    • Wednesday, May 31, 1978, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Defense"
    • Thursday, June 1, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, June 1, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Cars Grow Safer"
    • Friday, June 2, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Overbooking on Airplanes / Soviet Spying"
    • Friday, June 2, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Monday, June 5, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Issue 2 and School Levy / Electronic Car"
    • Monday, June 5, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Taxpayers' Rebellion"
    • Tuesday, June 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Guns / Arms Race"
    • Tuesday, June 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Government Regulations"
    • Wednesday, June 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "School Levy / Taxes"
    • Wednesday, June 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Anti-Tax Vote"
    • Thursday, June 8, 1978, 6:00 PM: "New Army / Birth Defects"
    • Thursday, June 8, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Friday, June 9, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Imports / Crime"
    • Friday, June 9, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Reduction in Federal Taxes"
    • Monday, June 12, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Healthy Hearts / Anne Frank"
    • Monday, June 12, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Credit"
    • Wednesday, June 14, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Locusts / Medicine"
    • Wednesday, June 14, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Floggings"
    • Thursday, June 15, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Dennis Kucinich"
    • Friday, June 16, 1978, 11:00 PM: "New York City"
    • Monday, June 19, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Federal Spending"
    • Monday, June 19, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Nazi March"
    • Tuesday, June 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Government Regulations"
    • Tuesday, June 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Gossip"
    • Wednesday, June 21, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Art / Pompeii"
    • Wednesday, June 21, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Government Spending"
    • Thursday, June 22, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Eating Habits / Robbery"
    • Thursday, June 22, 1978, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Military Capability"
    • Friday, June 23, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Federal Reports / Clothespins"
    • Friday, June 23, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Jefferson Davis"
    • Monday, June 26, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Naval Fleet"
    • Monday, June 26, 1978, 11:00 PM: "American Society"
    • Tuesday, June 27, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Murder"
    • Tuesday, June 27, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Sex Discrimination"
    • Wednesday, June 28, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Allan Bakke Case"
    • Wednesday, June 28, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Allan Bakke Case" [different commentary]
    • Thursday, June 29, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Strange Reports"
    • Thursday, June 29, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Government Intrusion"
    • Friday, June 30, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Bad Seed"
    • Friday, June 30, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Wage Increases"
  7. Commentaries: July 3-Oct. 31, 1978
    • Monday, July 3, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Capital Punishment"
    • Monday, July 3, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Foreign Money Invested in American Land"
    • Tuesday, July 4, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Sports"
    • Tuesday, July 4, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Tax on Imported Oil"
    • Wednesday, July 5, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Untouchables in India"
    • Wednesday, July 5, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The Soviet Union"
    • Thursday, July 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Medicaid / Radioactive Material"
    • Thursday, July 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The Universe"
    • Friday, July 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut / Wealth"
    • Frdiay, July 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "EPA"
    • Monday, July 10, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Military Brutality"
    • Monday, July 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Crime"
    • Tuesday, July 11, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Is Destroying Itself / New Fuel"
    • Tuesday, July 11, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Is Destroying Itself"
    • Wednesday, July 12, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Shcharansky Trial"
    • Wednesday, July 12, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, July 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Sacred Place for Indians / Innovative Ideas"
    • Thursday, July 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Ambassador Andrew Young"
    • Friday, July 14, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Police"
    • Friday, July 14, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Police" [different commentary]
    • Monday, August 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Recall of the Mayor"
    • Monday, August 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Recall of the Mayor" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, August 8, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Pope Paul VI"
    • Tuesday, August 8, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Wednesday, August 9, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Taxes / Feet"
    • Wednesday, August 9, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Olympic Games"
    • Thursday, August 10, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Social Security"
    • Thursday, August 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Automobiles"
    • Friday, August 11, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Coca-Cola / Loan to Vietnam"
    • Friday, August 11, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Working Children"
    • Monday, September 4, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Growing Oil / Inflation"
    • Monday, September 4, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Labor"
    • Tuesday, September 5, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Weather Prophet / Change in Our Lifestyle"
    • Tuesday, September 5, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Government Regulations"
    • Wednesday, September 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Consumer Debt / Soviet Union"
    • Wednesday, September 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Mexican Oil"
    • Thursday, September 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut / Desegregation"
    • Thursday, September 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Selling Technology"
    • Friday, September 8, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Republic Steel / Flood in India"
    • Friday, September 8, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Pensions"
    • Wednesday, September 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Lightning"
    • Wednesday, Spetember 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, September 14, 1978, 6:00 PM: "GSA Fraud"
    • Thursday, September 14, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Religious Cult"
    • Friday, September 15, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Milkwaukee Police Force / Desegregation"
    • Friday, September 15, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Monday, September 18, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Middle East Peace"
    • Monday, September 18, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Middle East Peace" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, September 19, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Earthquake in Iran"
    • Tuesday, September 19, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Middle East Peace"
    • Wednesday, September 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Teachers' Strike"
    • Wednesday, September 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Opposition to Middle East Peace"
    • Thursday, September 21, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Insurance Rates"
    • Thursday, September 21, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Betty Ford's Biography"
    • Friday, September 22, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Mice / Friendly Gesture?"
    • Friday, September 22, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Spending of Taxpayers' Money"
    • Monday, September 25, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Ford Strike / 35-Hour Work Week"
    • Monday, September 25, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Stolen Automobiles"
    • Tuesday, September 26, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Natural Gas Bill / Fate"
    • Tuesday, September 26, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Prostitution"
    • Wednesday, September 27, 1978, 6:00 PM: "German Mark / Oddities"
    • Wednesday, September 27, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Employment Proposal"
    • Thursday, September 28, 1978, 6:00 PM: "King Khalid / Space Birth"
    • Thursday, September 28, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Strikes"
    • Friday, September 29, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Female Boxers / Plastic Surgery"
    • Friday, September 29, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Price of Oil"
    • Monday, October 2, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Lawsuits / Taxes"
    • Monday, October 2, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Nerve Gas"
    • Tuesday, October 3, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Housing Industry"
    • Tuesday, October 3, 1978, 11:00 PM: "1979 Tax Bill"
    • Wednesday, October 4, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Oil / Imports"
    • Wednesday, October 4, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Government Regulations"
    • Thursday, October 5, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Illiteracy / Tax Bill"
    • Thursday, October 5, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Taxes"
    • Friday, October 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Teachers' Strike / Child Abandoment"
    • Friday, October 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Death of Popes"
    • Monday, October 9, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Oil Prices / Cost of Living"
    • Monday, October 9, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Tax Cuts"
    • Tuesday, October 10. 1978, 6:00 PM: "National Health Care"
    • Tuesday, October 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "State Execution"
    • Wednesday, October 11, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Food Stamps / Thailand"
    • Wednesday, October 11, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Defective Tires"
    • Thursday, October 12, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Wage-Price Guidelines / Crime"
    • Thursday, October 12, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Tax Cuts"
    • Friday, October 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Ford Lawsuit / Fradulent Recruiting"
    • Friday, October 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Wage and Price Controls"
    • Monday, October 16, 1978, 6:00 PM: "New Tax Bill"
    • Monday, October 16, 1978, 11:00 PM: "New Tax Bill" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, October 17, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Who Is Competent to Have Children? / New Tax Bill"
    • Tuesday, October 17, 1978, 11:00 PM: "New Tax Bill"
    • Wednesday, October 18, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Polish Communist Government"
    • Wednesday, October 18, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, October 19, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Warmhearted Gesture / Idi Amin"
    • Thursday, October 19, 1978, 11:00 PM: "State Control of Doctors' Fees"
    • Friday, October 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Space Rendezvous"
    • Friday, October 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Oil"
    • Monday, October 23, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Murder"
    • Monday, October 23, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Tuesday, October 24, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Vanished Pilot"
    • Tuesday, October 24, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Controlling Inflation"
    • Wednesday, October 25, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Voluntary Wage and Price Controls"
    • Wednesday, October 25, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Nursing Homes"
    • Thursday, October 26, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Tax Deduction / Gifted Child"
    • Thursday, October 26, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Japan"
    • Friday, October 27, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Flower Business / New Senate Building"
    • Friday, October 27, 1978, 11:00 PM: "China"
    • Monday, October 30, 1978, 6:00 PM: "End of the World / Cost of Campaigning"
    • Monday, October 30, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Saving Deposits"
    • Tuesday, October 31, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Mandatory Controls / Spring"
    • Tuesday, October 31, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Indicted Council"
  8. Commentaries: Nov. 1, 1978-Feb. 9, 1979
    • Wednesday, November 1, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Wednesday, November 1, 1978, 11:00 PM: "City of Cleveland"
    • Thursday, November 2, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Wage-Price Controls / Preventing Leukemia"
    • Thursday, November 2, 1978, 11:00 PM: "American Dollar"
    • Friday, November 3, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Mortgae Rates"
    • Friday, November 3, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Interest Rates"
    • Monday, November 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "China"
    • Monday, November 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Voters"
    • Tuesday, November 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Automobile Insurance / Running for Election"
    • Tuesday, November 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Lawsuit Against the Citizens' League"
    • Wednesday, November 8, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Issues / Bees"
    • Wednesday, November 8, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Thursday, November 9, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Nieman Marcus / Roman Landlords"
    • Thursday, November 9, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Diesel Engine"
    • Friday, November 10, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Fuel Efficient Cars / Russia"
    • Friday, November 10, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Equality for Women in West Germany"
    • Monday, November 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Shah of Iran / Oil in China"
    • Monday, November 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Used Cars"
    • Tuesday, November 14, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Tragic Story / Smallpox"
    • Tuesday, November 14, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Good News"
    • Wednesday, November 15, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Defeat of Auto Identification"
    • Thursday, November 16, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Tax Bill / Oil"
    • Thursday, November 16, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Russian Automobiles"
    • Friday, November 17, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Population / Flying Saucer in Kuwait"
    • Friday, November 17, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Oil in China and Mexico"
    • Monday, November 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Reverend Jim Jones"
    • Monday, November 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "China"
    • Tuesday, November 21, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Albert Speer / Zoo Sponsors"
    • Tuesday, November 21, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Wednesday, November 22, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Earl Campbell / Ducks"
    • Wednesday, November 22, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, November 23, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Lawsuit / Bangkok Taxi Drivers"
    • Thursday, November 23, 1978, 11:00 PM: "OPEC Nations"
    • Friday, November 24, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Government Forms / Iceland / Religious Expression"
    • Friday, November 24, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Peace Treaty"
    • Monday, November 27, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Identification Numbers on Cars / Gas / Violence"
    • Monday, November 27, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Pregnant Stewardesses"
    • Tuesday, November 28, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Guyana"
    • Tuesday, November 28, 1978, 11:00 PM: "German Economy"
    • Wednesday, November 29, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Wasteful Government Spending / People's Temple / Cambodia"
    • Wednesday, November 29, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Advertising by Doctors"
    • Thurdsay, November 30, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Medical Insurance in Cleveland / China and Russia"
    • Thursday, November 30, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Muny Light"
    • Friday, December 1, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Busing / Military Spending"
    • Friday, December 1, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Mortgage Rates / Oil"
    • Monday, December 4, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Gasoline Rationing"
    • Monday, December 4, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Dream for Cleveland"
    • Tuesday, December 5, 1978, 6:00 PM: "City's Financial Condition / Mt. Weather"
    • Tuesday, December 5, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Lay Off of Police and Firemen"
    • Wednesday, December 6, 1978, 6:00 PM: "IRS / Jeans"
    • Wednesday, December 6, 1978, 11:00 PM: "China"
    • Thursday, December 7, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Oil Shortage / German Loan"
    • Thursday, December 7, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Gas"
    • Friday, December 8, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Golda Meir"
    • Friday, December 8, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Golda Meir" [different commentary]
    • Monday, December 11, 1978, 6:00 PM: "City of Cleveland"
    • Monday, December 11, 1978, 11:00 PM: "The Cleveland Orchestra"
    • Tuesday, December 12, 1978, 6:00 PM: "City of Cleveland / Cannibalism"
    • Tuesday, December 12, 1978, 11:00 PM: "CEI and Cleveland"
    • Wednesday, December 13, 1978, 6:00 PM: "City Tax Increase"
    • Wednesday, December 13, 1978, 11:00 PM: "City Tax Increase" [different commentary]
    • Thursday, December 14, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Thursday, December 14, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Baby Food"
    • Friday, December 15, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Finances"
    • Friday, December 15, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland Finances" [different commentary]
    • Monday, December 18, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland"
    • Monday, December 18, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Mayor Kucinich"
    • Tuesday, December 19, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Robbing in Schools"
    • Tuesday, December 19, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Oil Price Increase"
    • Wednesday, December 20, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Social Security"
    • Wednesday, December 20, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Indira Ghandi"
    • Thursday, December 21, 1978, 6:00 PM: "China / Cost of Food"
    • Thursday, December 21, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Cleveland's Financial Troubles"
    • Friday, December 22, 1978, 6:00 PM: "CEI and Muny"
    • Friday, December 22, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Safety Force Layoffs"
    • Monday, December 25, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Children / Laws"
    • Monday, December 25, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Productivity"
    • Tuesday, December 26, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Oil / Sweden's Inflation"
    • Tuesday, December 26, 1978, 11:00 PM: "Science"
    • Wednesday, December 27, 1978, 6:00 PM: "Boycott by Councilmen / Millionaire Senators"
    • Wednesday, December 27, 1978, 11:00 PM: "China"
    • Monday, January 1, 1979, 11:00 PM: "The American Dream"
    • Tuesday, January 2, 1979, 6:00 PM: "China"
    • Tuesday, January 2, 1979, 11:00 PM: "U.S. and China"
    • Wednesday, January 3, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Wednesday, January 3, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Foreign Investments"
    • Thursday, January 4, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Kent State Settlement"
    • Thursday, January 4, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Friday, January 5, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Galleon Concepcion / American Farmers"
    • Friday, January 5, 1979, 11:00 PM: "China"
    • Monday, January 8, 1979, 6:00 PM: "McDonald's / Sun as Energy"
    • Monday, January 8, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Islamic Religious Law"
    • Tuesday, January 9, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Statistics"
    • Tuesday, January 9, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Desegregation"
    • Wednesday, January 10, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Shah of Iran / Pioneer II"
    • Wednesday, January 10, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Nitrosamine in Beer"
    • Thursday, January 11, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Billy Carter"
    • Thursday, January 11, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Roth-Kemp Bill"
    • Friday, January 12, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Noble Acts / Rape"
    • Friday, January 12, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Wage Controls"
    • Monday, January 15, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Iran / Patty Hearst"
    • Monday, January 15, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Increased Wages in Britain"
    • Tuesday, January 16, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Exiled Shah"
    • Tuesday, January 16, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Exiled King"
    • Wednesday, January 17, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Municipal Bonds / Eggs"
    • Wednesday, January 17, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Municipal Bonds"
    • Thursday, January 18, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Illiteracy / Bangladesh"
    • Thursday, January 18, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Crime"
    • Friday, January 19, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Auto Industry / Oil Reserve"
    • Friday, January 19, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Federal Spending"
    • Monday, January 22, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Social Security"
    • Monday, January 22, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Federal Budget"
    • Tuesday, January 23, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Interstate Trucking / Military Language"
    • Tuesday, January 23, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Pierre Coffee / House and Senate Expenses"
    • Wednesday, January 24, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, January 25, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Crime in Downtown Cleveland"
    • Thursday, January 25, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Crime in Downtown Cleveland" [different commentary]
    • Friday, January 26, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Pope John Paul / Crime in Schools"
    • Friday, January 26, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Defective Cars"
    • Tuesday, January 30, 1979, 6:00 PM: "China"
    • Tuesday, January 30, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Communism"
    • Wednesday, January 31, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Wage-Price Guidelines / Common Law Marriage"
    • Wednesday, January 31, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Cost of Oil"
    • Thursday, February 1, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Jail Sentences / Too Fat to Adopt"
    • Thursday, February 1, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Khomeini"
    • Friday, February 2, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Neo-Nazis / Weapons in School"
    • Friday, February 2, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Government Finances"
    • Monday, Feburary 5, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Britain's Economy"
    • Monday, Feburary 5, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Farmers"
    • Tuesday, February 6, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Living Together / World Population"
    • Tuesday, February 6, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Limited Federal Spending"
    • Wednesday, February 7, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Saudi Arabia"
    • Wednesday, February 7, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Elected P.U.C.O. Commissioners"
    • Thursday, February 8, 1979, 6:00 PM: "East Germany"
    • Thursday, February 8, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Fringe Benefits"
    • Friday, February 9, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Retirement Act / Alaskan Oil"
    • Friday, February 9, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Auto of the Future"
  9. Commentaries: Nov., 1979-Feb., 1980
    • Tuesday, November 6, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Wednesday, November 7, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Wednesday, November 7, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Khomeini"
    • Thursday, November 8, 1979, 6:00 PM: "American Hostages"
    • Thursday, November 8, 1979, 11:00 PM: "American Hostages" [different commentary]
    • Friday, November 9, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Iran / Chrysler"
    • Friday, November 9, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Khomeini"
    • Monday, November 12, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Clive Harris / No Oil From Iran"
    • Monday, November 12, 1979, 11:00 PM: "European Winters"
    • Tuesday, November 13, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Iranian Demands / Gold Dishes"
    • Tuesday, November 13, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Economic Success of Communism"
    • Thurday, November 15, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Thursday, November 15, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Oil / Iran"
    • Friday, November 16, 1979, 6:00 PM: "George Meany"
    • Friday, November 16, 1979, 11:00 PM: "West Point"
    • Monday, November 19, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Monday, November 19, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Iran" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, November 20, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Social Security"
    • Tuesday, November 20, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Autos of the Future"
    • Wednesday, November 21, 1979, 6:00 PM: "U.N. / John File"
    • Wednesday, November 21, 1979, 11:00 PM: "File Sentence"
    • Thursday, November 22, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Taxes / Iranian Gold"
    • Thurdsay, November 22, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Food Prices"
    • Friday, November 23, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Khomeini"
    • Friday, November 23, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Khomeini" [different commentary]
    • Monday, November 26, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Saudi Oil"
    • Monday, November 26, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Khomeini"
    • Tuedsay, November 27, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Independent Americans / Better Living"
    • Tuesday, November 27, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Tax Cut"
    • Wednesday, November 28, 1979, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Steel / Taxes"
    • Wednesday, November 28, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Islam"
    • Thursday, November 29, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Teachers' Strike / Heating Bill Deduction"
    • Thursday, November 29, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Friday, November 30, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Iranians / High Oil Prices"
    • Friday, November 30, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Mexico"
    • Monday, December 3, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Morman Trial / Iran / Bad Jump"
    • Monday, December 3, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Tuesday, December 4, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Khomeini / Concert Deaths"
    • Tuesday, December 4, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Youth Crime"
    • Wednesday, December 5, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Million Dollar Rock / Soviet Union"
    • Wednesday, December 5, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Thursday, December 6, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Christmas Gifts / Inflation"
    • Thurday, December 6, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Oil Tax"
    • Friday, December 7, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Cambodia / Heron"
    • Friday, December 7, 1979, 11:00 PM: "FBI"
    • Monday, December 10, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Neil Goldschmidt / Soviet Union"
    • Monday, December 10, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Japan"
    • Tuesday, December 11, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Teachers' Strike / Missiles for NATO"
    • Tuesday, December 11, 1979, 11:00 PM: "OPEC Oil"
    • Wednesday, December 12, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Letter to Khomeini"
    • Thursday, December 13, 1979, 6:00 PM: "The Cleveland Ballet / Mother Teresa / OPEC Oil"
    • Thursday, December 13, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Compost Toilet"
    • Friday, December 14, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Khomeini"
    • Friday, December 14, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Oil Prices"
    • Monday, December 17, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Invalid Marriage / Cultured Lobsters"
    • Monday, December 17, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Oil Price Increases"
    • Tuesday, December 18, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Interesting Facts"
    • Tuesday, December 18, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Gossip"
    • Wednesday, December 19, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Spiders / Oil Prices"
    • Wednesday, December 19, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Chrysler Loan"
    • Thursday, December 20, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Crime"
    • Friday, December 21, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Christmas Gifts / Iran / Dynorphin"
    • Friday, December 21, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Monday, December 24, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Peggy Guggenheim"
    • Monday, December 24, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Medical Technology"
    • Tuesday, December 25, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Technical and Medical Achievements"
    • Tuesday, December 25, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Taxes"
    • Wednesday, December 26, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Featherless Chickens / Life on Europa"
    • Wednesday, December 26, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Message From Iran"
    • Thursday, December 27, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Knomeini"
    • Friday, December 28, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Surveys"
    • Friday, December 28, 1979, 11:00 PM: "School Strike"
    • Monday, December 31, 1979, 6:00 PM: "Teachers' Strike"
    • Monday, December 31, 1979, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Control"
    • Tuesday, January 1, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Decade of the 80's"
    • Wednesday, January 2, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Iran"
    • Wednesday, January 2, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Oil Prices"
    • Thursday, January 3, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Unsafe Working Conditions"
    • Thursday, January 3, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Gold"
    • Friday, January 4, 1980, 6:00 PM: "The Soviet Union"
    • Friday, January 4, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Invasion / Iran"
    • Monday, January 7, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Invasion / Prison Wedding"
    • Monday, January 7, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Invasion"
    • Tuesday, January 8, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Ford Pintos / Test Tube Baby Clinic"
    • Tuesday, January 8, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Wednesday, January 9, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Taxes / Wheat Embargo"
    • Wednesday, January 9, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Whale Harassment"
    • Thursday, January 10, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Crime"
    • Thursdya, January 10, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Invasion"
    • Friday, January 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Speed Limit / China"
    • Friday, January 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Taxes"
    • Monday, January 14, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Invasion"
    • Monday, January 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Tuesday, January 15, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Murder / Math Deficiency"
    • Tuesday, January 15, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Invasion"
    • Wednesday, January 16, 1980, 6:00 PM: "The Future / Boycott of Olympic Games"
    • Wednesday, January 16, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Boycott"
    • Thursday, January 17, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Gold"
    • Thursday, January 17, 1980, 11:00 PM: "International Support"
    • Friday, January 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Bees"
    • Friday, January 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "The Shah and Iran"
    • Monday, January 21, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Defending Iran"
    • Tuesday, January 22, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Oil Profits / Interferon"
    • Tuesday, January 22, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Taxes & Oil"
    • Wednesday, January 23, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Andrei Sakharov / Soviet Invasion"
    • Wednesday, January 23, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Thursday, January 24, 1980, 6:00 PM: "State of the Union Address"
    • Thursday, January 24, 1980, 11:00 PM: "State of the Union Address" [different commentary]
    • Friday, January 25, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Draft Revitalized"
    • Friday, January 25, 1980, 11:00 PM: "The Olympic Games"
    • Monday, January 28, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Drought in India / Soviet Food Supply"
    • Monday, January 28, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Farmers' Difficulties"
    • Tuesday, January 29, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran / Taxpayers' Money / Inflation"
    • Tuesday, January 29, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Federal Debt"
    • Wednesday, January 30, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran / Inflation"
    • Wednesday, January 30, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Thursday, January 31, 1980, 6:00 PM: "The Soviets"
    • Thursday, January 31, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Friday, February 1, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Queen of Holland"
    • Monday, February 4, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Bribe Probe"
    • Monday, February 4, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Bribe Probe" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, February 5, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Argentina / Fund-Raiser"
    • Tuesday, February 5, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Dumping"
    • Wednesday, February 6, 1980, 6:00 PM: "FBI / Spanking / Military Spending"
    • Wednesday, February 6, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Thursday, [February] 7, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Draft of Females"
    • Friday, February 8, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Saudi Arabia / Iran"
    • Friday, February 8, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Chrysler Corporation"
    • Monday, February 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Census"
    • Monday, February 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Female Draft"
    • Tuesday, February 12, 1980, 6:00 PM: "India / West German Support / FBI Probe"
    • Tuesday, February 12, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Personal Debt"
    • Wednesday, February 13, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Union / Olympic Games"
    • Wednesday, February 13, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Automobile Workmanship"
    • Thursday, February 14, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Carter's Press Conference"
    • Thursday, February 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Carter's Press Conference" [different commentary]
    • Friday, February 15, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Humphrey-Hawkins Bill / Hanna Mall"
    • Friday, February 15, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Olypmic Games"
    • Monday, February 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "East Berlin / Birthmarks"
    • Monday, February 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Tax Reduction"
    • Tuesday, February 19, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Modern Warfare"
    • Tuesday, February 19, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Arab Oil Use"
    • Thursday, February 21, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran / RTA"
    • Thursday, February 21, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Ford"
    • Friday, February 22, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Ford Plant"
    • Friday, February 22, 1980, 11:00 PM: "American Auto Industry"
    • Monday, February 25, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran / Ford"
    • Monday, February 25, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Bad Seed"
    • Tuesday, February 26, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Windfall Profits Tax"
    • Tuesday, February 26, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Value of the Dollar"
    • Wednesday, February 27, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Insanity"
    • Wednesday, February 27, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Welfare Aid"
    • Thursday, February 28, 1980, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Steel"
    • Thursday, February 28, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Arms Expenditures"
    • Friday, February 29, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Auto Safety / Peoples' Temple"
    • Friday, February 29, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Messages From Mars"
  10. Commentaries: Mar.-Apr., 1980
    • Monday, March 3, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Russia / Golden Fleece Awards"
    • Monday, March 3, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Tuesday, March 4, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Ecclesiastical Law / Comparative Earnings"
    • Tuesday, March 4, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Gold or Stocks?"
    • Wednesday, March 5, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Armpit Reading / Legislation"
    • Wednesday, March 5, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Terrorism"
    • Thursday, March 6, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Terrorism"
    • Thursday, March 6, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Friday, March 7, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Laboratory Lettuce"
    • Friday, March 7, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Suttee"
    • Monday, March 10, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Government Spending"
    • Monday, March 10, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Government Mistakes"
    • Tuesday, March 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Poplar Trees / Visitors from Outer Space"
    • Tuesday, March 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Wage and Price Controls"
    • Wednesday, March 12, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Comstock Company / Interferon"
    • Wednesday, March 12, 1980, 11:00 PM: "The Shah"
    • Thursday, March 13, 1980, 6:00 PM: "OPEC Oil / Luxurious Living"
    • Thursday, March 13, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Credit Buying"
    • Friday, March 14, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Control of Inflation"
    • Friday, March 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Control of Inflation" [different commentary]
    • Monday, March 17, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Fighting Inflation"
    • Monday, March 17, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Fueling Inflation"
    • Tuesday, March 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Food Stamps / Inhumane Bet"
    • Tuesday, March 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Jean Harris Story"
    • Wednesday, March 19, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Fascinating World Facts"
    • Wednesday, March 19, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Action Against Iran"
    • Thursday, March 20, 1980, 6:00 PM: "American Hostages"
    • Thursday, March 20, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Who Owns the Sun?"
    • Friday, March 21, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Assault on Dorothy"
    • Friday, March 21, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Assault on Dorothy" [different commentary]
    • Wednesday, March 26, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Presidential Candidates"
    • Wednesday, March 26, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Olympic Boycott"
    • Thursday, March 27, 1980, 6:00 PM: "The Iranian Situation / Potatoes"
    • Thursday, March 27, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Torture in Kabul"
    • Friday, March 28, 1980, 6:00 PM: "The Hostages and Inflation"
    • Friday, March 28, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Proline"
    • Monday, March 31, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Medicare / U.S. Hostages"
    • Monday, March 31, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Hostages"
    • Tuesday, April 1, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Abnormalities"
    • Tuesday, April 1, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Hostage Situation"
    • Wednesday, April 2, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut"
    • Wednesday, April 2, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Louis Seltzer"
    • Thursday, April 3, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Oil Taxes / TV"
    • Thursday, April 3, 1980, 11:00 PM: "10-Cent Oil Tax"
    • Friday, April 4, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Facts"
    • Friday, April 4, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Home Mortgages"
    • Monday, April 7, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Actions Against Iran"
    • Monday, April 7, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Actions Against Iran" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, April 8, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran / Iraq"
    • Tuesday, April 8, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Olypmic Boycott"
    • Wednesday, April 9, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Cuba / Aritifical Joints"
    • Wednesday, April 9, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Thursday, April 10, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Executed Princess / Soviet Invasion"
    • Thursday, April 10, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Friday, April 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "NRA / Real Estate Taxes"
    • Friday, April 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Birth Control in Thailand"
    • Monday, April 14, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Taxes / G. Gordon Liddy"
    • Monday, April 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Drought in India"
    • Tuesday, April 15, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Steel Industry / Chinese Mural"
    • Tuesday, April 15, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Olympic Boycott"
    • Wednesday, April 16, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Cost of Running the Government"
    • Wednesday, April 16, 1980, 11:00 PM: "The Cost of Money / The Earth"
    • Thursday, April 17, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran Boycott"
    • Thursday, April 17, 1980, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Economy"
    • Friday, April 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Moslem Convert / Farmer"
    • Friday, April 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Hostages"
    • Monday, April 21, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Monday, April 21, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iranian Oil"
    • Friday, April 25, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Failed Mission"
    • Friday, April 25, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Rescue Mission"
    • Monday, April 28, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran / U.S. Navy"
    • Monday, April 28, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Rescue Mission"
    • Tuesday, April 29, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Oil Profits"
    • Tuesday, April 29, 1980, 11:00 PM: "President Candidates"
    • Wednesday, April 30, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Tax on Interest"
    • Wednesday, April 30, 1980, 11:00 PM: "New Oil Well Process"
  11. Commentaries: May 1-July 18; Aug. 11-29, 1980
    • Thursday, May 1, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Embezzlement Case"
    • Thursday, May 1, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Hospital Costs"
    • Friday, May 2, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Grain Sales / Oil Prices"
    • Friday, May 2, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Sohio Prices"
    • Monday, May 5, 1980, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Military Strength / Elm Trees"
    • Monday, May 5, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Tito"
    • Tuesday, May 6, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Gas Tax / Cows"
    • Tuesday, May 6, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Terrorism"
    • Wednesday, May 7, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Cubans"
    • Wednesday, May 7, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Wage and Price Controls"
    • [Thursday], May 8, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Death of a Princess"
    • Friday, May 9, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Friday, May 9, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Libya's Oil"
    • Monday, May 12, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Taxes"
    • Monday, May 12, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Scientific Age"
    • Tuesday, May 13, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Taxes"
    • Tuesday, May 13, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Oil Taxes"
    • Wednesday, May 14, 1980, 6:00 PM: "NATO / Saudi Oil"
    • Wednesday, May 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Economy"
    • Thursday, May 15, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Thursday, May 15, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Oil"
    • Friday, May 16, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Israela and Lorin Maazel / Russia"
    • Friday, May 16, 1980, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Energy Sources"
    • Monday, May 19, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Miami Riots"
    • Monday, May 19, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Racial Hatred"
    • Tuesday, May 20, 1980, 6:00 PM: [Eating Burns Calories / Changing One's Name to a Number]
    • Tuesday, May 20, 1980, 11:00 PM: "VW Diesel Car"
    • Wednesday, May 21, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Wednesday, May 21, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Secretary of State"
    • Thursday, May 22, 1980, 6:00 PM: "10 Cent Tax / Record Sausage"
    • Thursday, May 22, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Chinese Weapons"
    • Friday, May 23, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Farm Productivity"
    • Friday, May 23, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Brain Chemicals"
    • Monday, May 26, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Military Spending / Wars"
    • Monday, May 26, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Wars"
    • Tuesday, May 27, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Coal"
    • Tuesday, May 27, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Oil Prices"
    • Wednesday, May 28, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Mines"
    • Wednesday, May 28, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Diet"
    • Thursday, May 29, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Military Spending"
    • Thursday, May 29, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Interest Rates"
    • Friday, May 30, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Autos / U.S. Economy"
    • Friday, May 30, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Juliet and Her Nurse"
    • Monday, June 2, 1980, 6:00 PM: "RTA / Soviet Mysticism"
    • Monday, June 2, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Duquesne Club"
    • Tuesday, June 3, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Dolphins / Ramsey Clark"
    • Tuesday, June 3, 1980, 11:00 PM: "China's Population"
    • Wednesday, June 4, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Cuban Refugees"
    • Wednesday, June 4, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Presidential Election"
    • Thursday, June 5, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Primary Election / Bell Wages"
    • Thursday, June 5, 1980, 11:00 PM: "10 Cent Oil Tax"
    • Friday, June 6, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Electric Cars / Automobile Layoffs"
    • Friday, June 6, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Presidential Campaign"
    • Monday, June 9, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Ramsey Clark / OPEC Oil"
    • Monday, June 9, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Recession"
    • Tuesday, June 10, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Bell Wages / Coal"
    • Tuesday, June 10, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Energy"
    • Wednesday, June 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Ramsey Clark / Olympic Withdrawal"
    • Wednesday, June 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Creating Jobs"
    • Thursday, June 12, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran / Oil Profits"
    • Thursday, June 12, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Draft Registration"
    • Friday, June 13, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Energy / Agent Orange"
    • Friday, June 13, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Monday, June 16, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut / Abducted Child"
    • Monday, June 16, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Israel"
    • Tuesday, June 17, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Organism Patent / Abduction"
    • Tuesday, June 17, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Organism Patent"
    • Wednesday, June 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Tax Reduction / Aspirin"
    • Wednesday, June 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Working Hours"
    • Thursday, June 19, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Social Security"
    • Thursday, June 19, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Moscow Games"
    • Friday, June 20, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Nuclear Warfare"
    • Friday, June 20, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Goddess of Justice"
    • Monday, June 23, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Soviet Invasion / Registration and Energy Bills"
    • Monday, June 23, 1980, 11:00 PM: "New Car"
    • Tuesday, June 24, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Tax Cut"
    • Tuesday, June 24, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Oil Prices"
    • Wednesday, June 25, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Life Expectancy / British Casinos"
    • Thursday, June 26, 1980, 6:00 PM: "India"
    • Thursday, June 26, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Grain Embargo"
    • Friday, June 27, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Helen Keller / Nuclear Weapons"
    • Friday, June 27, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Tax Cuts"
    • Monday, June 30, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Reunited Family? / Synthetic Fuels Corporation"
    • Monday, June 30, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Tax Cut"
    • Tuesday, July 1, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Death of a Princess"
    • Tuesday, July 1, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Abortion"
    • Wednesday, July 2, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Hen Talk / New House"
    • Wednesday, July 2, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Campaign Money"
    • Thursday, July 3, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Registration"
    • Thursday, July 3, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Friday, July 4, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Voter Apathy"
    • Friday, July 4, 1980, 11:00 PM: "America"
    • Monday, July 7, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Platform Issues / Arab Economy"
    • Monday, July 7, 1980, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Armament"
    • Tuesday, July 8, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Auto Industry"
    • Tuesday, July 8, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Equal Rights"
    • Wednesday, July 9, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Saudi Dinnerware"
    • Wednesday, July 9, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Oil Substitutes"
    • Thursday, July 10, 1980, 6:00 PM: "ERA / Nudes"
    • Thursday, July 10, 1980, 11:00 PM: "ERA"
    • Friday, July 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Utility Advertising"
    • Friday, July 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Synthetic Energy"
    • Monday, July 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Drought"
    • Tuesday, July 15, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Ronald Reagan"
    • Tuesday, July 15, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Presidential Candidates"
    • Wednesday, July 16, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Carter Administration"
    • Wednesday, July 16, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Carter Administration" [different commentary]
    • Thursday, July 17, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Republican Convention / Nursing Homes / Billy Carter"
    • Thursday, July 17, 1980, 11:00 PM: "OPEC Investments"
    • Friday, July 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Ronald Reagan"
    • Friday, July 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Ronald Reagan" [different commentary]
    • Monday, August 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Presidential Candidates"
    • Monday, August 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Presidential Candidates" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, August 12, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Democratic Platform"
    • Tuesday, August 12, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Chinese Ambassador"
    • Wednesday, August 13, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Ethanol / Gold"
    • Wednesday, August 13, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Trees / 666"
    • Thursday, August 14, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Democratic & Republican Platforms"
    • Thursday, August 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Acceptance Speeches"
    • Friday, August 15, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Cults / Exxon"
    • Friday, August 15, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Imports"
    • Monday, August 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Voting / Invasion / Invalid Marriage"
    • Monday, August 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Polish Rebellion"
    • Tuesday, August 19, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Strikes in Poland"
    • Tuesday, August 19, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Wednesday, August 20, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Arab Wealth"
    • Wednesday, August 20, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Ethanol in Brazil"
    • Thursday, August 21, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Invisible Planes / New Loan Policy"
    • Thursday, August 21, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Invisible Planes"
    • Friday, August 22, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Polish Strikes"
    • Monday, August 25, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Imports / Taxes"
    • Monday, August 25, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Intelpost"
    • Tuesday, August 26, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Fate / Salaries / The Dollar"
    • Tuesday, August 26, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Fusion"
    • Wednesday, August 27, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Taxes"
    • Wednesday, August 27, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Fruit Flies"
    • Thursday, August 28, 1980, 6:00 PM: "New Ideas"
    • Thursday, August 28, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Polish Strike"
    • Friday, August 29, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Tax Reductions"
    • Friday, August 29, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Taxes"
  12. Commentaries: Sept.- Nov. 1980
    • Monday, September 1, 1980, 6:00 PM: "The U.S."
    • Monday, September 1, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Jobs and Taxes"
    • Tuesday, September 2, 1980, 6:00 PM: "China / The Soviets"
    • Tuesday, September 2, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Richman / Iran"
    • Wednesday, September 3, 1980, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Problems"
    • Wednesday, September 3, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Political Parties"
    • Thursday, September 4, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Interferon"
    • Thursday, September 4, 1980, 11:00 PM: "An Economic Virtue"
    • Friday, September 5, 1980, 6:00 PM: "'Here's Johnny' / City Tax"
    • Friday, September 5, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Compounded Interest"
    • Monday, September 8, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Poultry Prices / Dousing"
    • Monday, September 8, 1980, 11:00 PM: "No Meat in Russia"
    • Tuesday, September 9, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Foreign & National Policies"
    • Tuesday, September 9, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Archeologists' Findings"
    • Wednesday, September 10, 1980, 6:00 PM: "China"
    • Wednesday, September 10, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Thursday, September 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Pay Schools / Hens"
    • Thursday, September 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Crime in Cleveland"
    • Monday, September 15, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Lightening / Iran"
    • Monday, September 15, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Brain Scans"
    • Tuesday, September 16, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Taxes and Regulations"
    • Tuesday, September 16, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Computers"
    • Wednesday, September 17, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Health Care / Child Custody"
    • Wednesday, September 17, 1980, 11:00 PM: "U.S. Goods"
    • Thursday, September 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Food Prices / Armament / Bussing"
    • Thursday, September 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Women Coal Miners"
    • Friday, September 19, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Nuclear Weapons / Presidential Issues"
    • Friday, September 19, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Monday, September 22, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Muskie / Debates"
    • Monday, September 22, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Presidential Debate"
    • Tuesday, September 23, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Armed Forces / Iraq & Iran"
    • Tuesday, September 23, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Immigrants"
    • Wednesday, September 24, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Restitution / Iran & Iraq"
    • Wednesday, September 24, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, September 25, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran & Iraq"
    • Thursday, September 25, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran-Iraq"
    • Friday, September 26, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Orchestra / Iran-Iraq"
    • Friday, September 26, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Islamic Conference"
    • Monday, September 29, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iraq-Iran"
    • Friday, September 26, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Cleveland Orchestra / Iran-Iraq"
    • Friday, September 26, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Islamic Conference"
    • Monday, September 29, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iraq-Iran"
    • Monday, September 29, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Oil Reserves"
    • Tuesday, September 30, 1980, 6:00 PM: "CETA / Steel Industry"
    • Tuesday, September 30, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iraq-Iran"
    • Wednesday, October 1, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iraq-Iran / Teenage Assault"
    • Wednesday, October 1, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Heart Attacks"
    • Thursday, October 2, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Funding / Coins"
    • Thursday, October 2, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Khomeini / Oil"
    • Friday, October 3, 1980, 6:00 PM: "The Soviets"
    • Friday, October 3, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Gold Find"
    • Monday, October 6, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Issue 2 / Discrimination"
    • Monday, October 6, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Issue 2"
    • Tuesday, October 7, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Thyroid Medication / Misogynist"
    • Tuesday, October 7, 1980, 11:00 PM: "House of Lords"
    • Wednesday, October 8, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Treasure / Iran-Iraq War"
    • Wednesday, October 8, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Thursday, October 9, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Carter-Reagan"
    • Thursday, October 9, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Gulf Arab Money"
    • Friday, October 10, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Geese / China"
    • Friday, October 10, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Import Tariff"
    • Monday, October 13, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Military Spending / Rigoletto"
    • Monday, October 13, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Grain Negotiations With China"
    • Tuesday, October 14, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Issues 1 & 2"
    • Tuesday, October 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Nobel Prizes"
    • Wednesday, October 16, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Nobel Prize / Columbus"
    • Wednesday, October 16, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Margaret Thatcher"
    • Thursday, October 16, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Iran-Iraq / Installment Buying"
    • Friday, October 17, 1980, 6:00 PM: "English Law / Chinese Nuclear Weapons"
    • Friday, October 17, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Iran"
    • Monday, October 20, 1980, 6:00 PM: "J.P. Stevens Company"
    • Monday, October 20, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Saudi Arabia"
    • Tuesday, October 21, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Hostages / Shatt Al-Arab"
    • Tuesday, October 21, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Cost of Raising a Child"
    • Wednesday, October 22, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Henry Kissinger"
    • Wednesday, October 22, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Kissinger"
    • Thursday, October 23, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Inflation / Hostage Release"
    • Thursday, October 23, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Hostages"
    • Friday, October 24, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Laws"
    • Friday, October 24, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Monday, October 27, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Hostages Release"
    • Monday, October 27, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Tuesday, October 28, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Presidential Debate"
    • Tuesday, October 28, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Nuclear War"
    • Wednesday, October 29, 1980, 6:00 PM: "U.S. Economy"
    • Wednesday, October 29, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Great Debate"
    • Thursday, October 30, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Laws"
    • Thursday, October 30, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Military Aid to Iran"
    • Friday, October 31, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Issue 6 / Voting"
    • Monday, November 3, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Hostage Release"
    • Monday, November 3, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Hostage Release" [different commentary]
    • Tuesday, November 4, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Presidential Endorsements / Weight"
    • Wednesday, November 5, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Reagan's Election"
    • Wednesday, November 5, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Reagan's Election" [different commentary]
    • Thursday, November 6, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Voyager I / Alcohol"
    • Thursday, November 6, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Methane Gas"
    • Friday, November 7, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Inflation"
    • Friday, November 7, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Hostages / Tax Cut"
    • Monday, November 10, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Tarrifs on Imports"
    • Monday, November 10, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Import Tarrif"
    • Tuesday, November 11, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Social Security / Hostages / Council Salary"
    • Tuesday, November 11, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Armament"
    • Wednesday, November 12, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Salvation Army / City Tax"
    • Wednesday, November 12, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Communism"
    • Thursday, November 13, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Council Salary / Silver"
    • Thursday, November 13, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Union"
    • Friday, November 14, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Nude Search / Auctions / Gas Well"
    • Friday, November 14, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Federal Budget"
    • Monday, November 17, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Medicare & Medicaid Fraud / Supreme Court Decisions"
    • Monday, November 17, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Interest Rates"
    • Tuesday, November 18, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Anti-Busing Amendment"
    • Tuesday, November 18, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Soviet Business"
    • Wednesday, November 19, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Social Security / Soviet Looting"
    • Wednesday, November 19, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Longevity"
    • Thursday, November 20, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Chinese Revolutionaries / Nuclear Power in Japan"
    • Thursday, November 20, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Golden Fleece Award"
    • Friday, November 21, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Robots"
    • Friday, November 21, 1980, 11:00 PM: "Hydrogen Energy"
    • Monday, November 24, 1980, 6:00 PM: "Mae West"
    • Monday, November 24, 1980, 11:00 PM: "West Germany"

Box 3

Series 2: Manuscripts

Folder -- Contents
  1. Manuscripts: "A Rehetorical Analysis of Dorothy Fuldheim's Television Commentaries": 1980
  2. Manuscripts: A Thousand Friends
  3. Manuscripts: Three and a Half Husbands
  4. Series 3: Correspondence


  5. Correspondence: 1968-1972 [also includes commentary on RFK's death, presumably dating from June 6, 1968]
  6. Correspondence: Miscellaneous
  7. Series 4: Clippings

  8. Clippings: 1972
  9. Clippings: 1973
  10. Clippings: 1974
  11. Clippings: 1975
  12. Clippings: 1976
  13. Clippings: 1977
  14. Clippings: 1978
  15. Clippings: 1979
  16. Clippings: 1980
  17. Clippings: 1981
  18. Clippings: 1982
  19. Clippings: 1983
  20. Clippings: 1984
  21. Clippings: 1985
  22. Clippings: 1986
  23. Clippings: 1987
  24. Clippings: 1988
  25. Clippings: 1989
  26. Clippings: 1990
  27. Clippings: Commentary of Dorothy Fuldheim Sr. and Jr.: n.d.

Box 4

Series 5: Video and audio tapes

  1. Film: Interview with Sen. George McGovern: n.d. (reel 1)
  2. Film: Interview with Sen. George McGovern: n.d. (reel 2)
  3. Reel to reel tape: "Universal Military Training" moderated by Dorothy Fuldheim broadcast/recorded on WJW, Cleveland: June 29, 1947
  4. Reel to reel tape: Dorothy Fuldheim's interview with two American civilians released from Communist Prison: Feb. 27, 1955
  5. Reel to reel tape: May 26, 1970
  6. Reel to reel tape: Dorothy Fuldheim's conversation with Billy Graham: n.d.
  7. Reel to reel tape: Dorothy Fuldheim with R. Ronfret: n.d.
  8. Hi-band Dub: Dorothy Fuldheim comments: Nov. 15, 1971
  9. News film: Sgt. Shriver and Dorothy Fuldheim (reel 1): Aug. 29, 1972
  10. News film: Sgt. Shriver and Dorothy Fuldheim (reel 2): Aug. 29, 1972

Box 5

  • Hi-band Dub: Dorothy Fuldheim and M.E. Story: Mar. 1, 1973

Oversize folder

  • Poster of Dorothy Fuldheim reprinted from Cleveland Plain Dealer: Oct. 1, 1972
  • Certificate from John Gilligan, Governor of Ohio to Dorothy Fuldheim to be a member of the Ohio Educational Television Network Commission: Dec. 20, 1971

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