Radio: Program Preview, Jul. 8, 1946

For seven days, beginning Sunday, July 7. (All times are E.D.S.T.)

Salt Lake Tabernacle (Sun. 11:30 a.m., CBS). Choir and organ present Schumann's Traumerei and Romance, Handel's Overture to Richard I.

Invitation to Learning (Sun. 12 noon, CBS). Authors Charles Jackson (The Lost Weekend) and Dorothy Parker pick apart Sinclair Lewis' Main Street.

People's Plafform (Sun. 1 p.m., CBS). "Can Capitalism or Socialism promote a better world society?" Britain's Professor Harold Laski (from London) v. Minnesota's Senator Joseph Ball.

Alec Templeton (Sun. 8 p.m., NBC). The blind musical satirist with tiptoe-singer Evelyn Knight as his guest.

Question for America (Mon....

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