| WGN Channel 9 - Five Minutes to Live By, Station Sign-On & Opening of The Westerners (1982)|
Here's a complete sign-on segment from WGN Channel 9, including a Five Minutes to Live By sermonette and opening moments of a Zane Grey Theatre episode aired under the syndicated umbrella title The Westerners. Includes:
Station ID / Promo for A Woman Called Golda starring Ingrid Bergman for Tuesday, April 27th at 7pm
Five Minutes to Live By with Father Ronald Turcich, Principal of Saint Rita Elementary School in Chicago - a sermon about love and fear (A Presentation of WGN Community Affairs) (opening and closing voiceover by Floyd Brown)
Follow up Reverend Ronald R. Turcich, O.S.A.: he died Monday, November 11, 2013 at the age of 83. Native of Chicago. Loving son of the late John and Lillian Turcich. Devoted brother of John (Lorraine), Beverly (Richard) Zaleski and George (Eileen). Professed vows in the Augustinian Order in 1950. Ordained priest in 1958. Teacher and administrator at Mendel Catholic High School and Saint Rita High School, Chicago. Principal of Saint Rita Grammar School, Chicago, and Saint Paul the Apostle School, Joliet. Served at Divine Savior Parish, Norridge, and parishes in Pekin and Creve Coeur, Illinois and Douglas, Michigan. Resided at Mother Theresa Home, Lemont, after suffering a stroke in 2012. Services at Saint Rita High School Shrine Chapel, 7740 South Western Avenue, Chicago. Visitation Friday, November 15, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 9:00 PM and Saturday, November 16, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM followed by Mass at 10:00 AM and burial in Augustinian plot at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Alsip. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Augustinians, 5401 South Cornell Avenue, Chicago, IL 60615-5664 or Midwest Augustinians.org/donate to support care of elderly friars and seminary formation of young friars appreciated. For information, Heeney-Laughlin Funeral Directors, (708) 636-5500.
Published in Chicago Tribune on Thursday, November 14, 2013
Commercial: Shedd Aquarium - "Exploring the Deep Frontier" from March 25th to September 30th (voiceover by Merri Dee)
Station ID / Promo for A Woman Called Golda (again)
WGN Station Sign-on - with 1960's logo and long shot of Chicago skyline with the John Hancock Tower at a distance (voiceover by Bob Bell)
National Anthem (performed outside WGN's 2501 West Bradley Place studios; apparently a different variation than that which was cut off on this 1980 WGN sign-on)
National Association of Broadcasters' Television Code Seal of Good Practice - 1965 design as seen on 1979 and 1981 WLS Channel 7 sign-offs and on 1980 sign-off of WNBC Channel 4 in New York (and in deep contrast to the more "modern" SOGP used on the 1980 sign-on, or even a late 1970's SOGP used on a 1979 WGN sign-off), followed by copyright disclaimer (voiceover by Bob Bell)
PSA - "Give to the College of Your Choice" with actor as William Shakespeare
Promo for Chicago Cubs vs. Pittsburgh Pirates at 1pm (voiceover by Floyd Brown)
WGN Animated Station ID
Opening for The Westerners - Presented by Keenan Wynn [The Westerners was a syndicated umbrella title for several late 1950's/early '60's Westerns produced by Four Star Television; Mr. Wynn was on-screen narrator for the 1959-60 series Black Saddle which first aired on the NBC Network; other shows syndicated under The Westerners umbrella were Zane Grey Theatre (1956-61), Law of the Plainsman (1959-60), Johnny Ringo (1959-60), and The Westerner (1960)]
Commercial: R.L. Dukes Oldsmobile - "The Deal Maker" (seen by itself here)
Commercial: Video Forum - "Brings It All Home to You"
Commercial: Franks Department Store - "Quality Goods at a Proper Price" - Save 20% during Franks Special Sale Days (voiceover by Floyd Brown)
Opening title of episode "Proud Woman" starring Hedy Lamarr (first aired on Zane Grey Theatre on the NBC Network on Friday, October 25th 1957)
This aired on local Chicago TV early Saturday, April 24th 1982 at about 4:30am.
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