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Post by BobbyP 9/9/2020, 12:30 pm

It's from December 14, 1956!
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Post by pnussbaum 9/9/2020, 12:50 pm

That's a BINGO!
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Post by Wildcat44 9/10/2020, 9:07 am

Ireene Wicker - The Singing Story Lady

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Is Swing The Thing?. March 29, 1936. Blue net, WJZ, New York City aircheck. Sustaining. 8:00 P.M. "One hundred people are ready to give their all for Swing, right here in the NBC studios." The first tune is, "Stompin' At The Savoy." This is one of the more pleasurable hours in the history of broadcasting. Ray Noble and His Orchestra, Casper Reardon, Kay Thompson and Her Ensemble (a great arrangement of "Blue Moon"), Meredith Willson and His Orchestra (from California), Adrian Rollini and His Tap Room Gang, Frankie Froeba (piano solo to "After You're Gone"...he must have had 12 fingers!), Mildred Bailey, The Stuff Smith Trio, Dick McDonough, Carl Kress, Red Norvo (plays the tune based on the NBC chimes), Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (from the Congress Hotel, Chicago), Helen Ward (? vocal)


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Isn't It A Crime?. December 14, 1945. Program #13. WNEW, New York. "Speaking Of Murder". Sustaining. A haunted house at 1:00 A.M. is the scene for the reading of a rich uncle's will. Casey Allen, Don Thompson (writer), Eileen Court, Eleanora Reid, Jason Johnson, Jerry Marshall (announcer), Kay Reed (organ), Leonard Sherer, Merril E. Joels, Milton Bernard Kaye (writer).

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 It Happened In The Service. November 24, 1942. NBC net. Sustaining. The story of Navy Lieutenant Francis Register. He is a pilot who shot down eight Japanese planes. An action-filled air combat dramatization. Lieutenant "Cash" Register appears on the program after the drama. Ben Alexander (host), Francis Register.

The dates don't make sense

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Sept 10 1939 

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Post by lasombra 9/10/2020, 12:27 pm

Isham Jones Program #1 first song "Four or Five Times":

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Post by Wildcat44 9/10/2020, 1:40 pm

Here are some more Isham Jones

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Post by lasombra 9/10/2020, 8:16 pm

Thanks Wildcat44. Here's the other one I have. I wonder if it's the same series. Mine don't have a sponsor. Here's program 2:

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Post by nightkey 9/10/2020, 9:49 pm

From The Bismarck Tribune Nov 25 1942

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It Happened in the Service is from Nov. 24, 1942.


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Post by nightkey 9/10/2020, 9:51 pm

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Review of Pinky: the Story of North Dakota’s First Aerial Combat Ace on Guadalcanal
by Robert Wefald in the Bismarck Tribune, February 16, 2014

Author Dr. Franklin Hook grew up in Bismarck and practiced medicine here for many years. Hook served three years in the Navy and subsequently joined the Army Reserve.
As a colonel, he commanded the 311th Evacuation Hospital during its deployment to the Middle East during the first Persian Gulf War in 1991.

"Pinky" is written as narrative history of the service of North Dakota's first ace in World War II, Lt. Francis R. "Pinky" Register, U.S. Navy, who is credited with eight confirmed victories over Japanese aircraft.

Hook nicely uses Register's diary, which he kept contrary to orders that no one should keep a diary, and interweaves it with available historical material to create a fascinating account of his Bismarck roots, training, his eight victories in the sky over Guadalcanal, to his death in Attu, Alaska, on May 16, 1943. "Pinky" for me was particularly enjoyable as it deals with a part of Bismarck's history.

Pinky Register, a 1935 graduate of Bismarck High School, received an associate degree from the North Dakota State School of Science in 1937. He came home to work for the Soil Conservation Service and started taking flying lessons in the Civil Aeronautics Association.

He joined the Navy Aviation Cadet Program, but continued working in his job until the Navy called him up in March 1941. Hook uses his diary to follow him through flight training, which he finished just after the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, in which his uncle, Lt. Commander Paul James Register, U.S. Navy, of Bismarck, was killed and entombed in the USS Arizona.

Ensign Register came home on leave and got engaged to his sweetheart, Ruth Christianson, the daughter of Justice A.M. Christianson of the Supreme Court. They were married in California in February 1942.

With his last name of Register, his squadron mates called him "Cash." Register flew the Grumman 4F4 Wildcat fighter. His diary shows his frustration with not getting into the fight against Japan right away, but he wound up in the thick of the air combat when his squadron flew into Guadalcanal on Sept. 11, 1942. Before he was evacuated on Oct. 15, 1942, he had a very impressive eight confirmed victories over Japanese planes.

Lt. (jg) Register and his wife returned to Bismarck on leave in early December 1942. The Bismarck Tribune carried a story with the caption, "Bismarck Friends Not Surprised That Register Is Ace War Flier." He was sent to Hawaii, where he wanted to fly the F6F Wildcat or the F4U Corsair, but the Navy kept him flying the 4F4 Wildcat.

In the spring of 1943, his squadron was on a small aircraft carrier supporting landings in Attu, Alaska, as the Army began the effort to drive the Japanese out of islands in the Aleutian Islands they had invaded early in 1942. The commander of one of the two U.S. Army invasion forces was Lt. Col. Albert Hartl, U.S. Army, of Bismarck.

It's ironic that Hartl watched Register’s plane crash on Attu, and he helped to bury him. Hartl reported that it was not known why Register's plane crashed as it could have been due to weather or antiaircraft fire.
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Post by Wildcat44 9/11/2020, 7:45 am

It Happens to You 

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It's A Living. August 27, 1948. Mutual net. Sustaining. A program about "the people with the most intersting jobs in America." Interviews with a man who owns a flea circus, the only female city editor of a metropolitan newspaper, a consulting weatherman. Pinto Colvig (as "Bozo The Clown") imitates animals, Jack Benny's car and Goofy. The system cue has been deleted. Merrill Ross (announcer), Pinto Colvig, A. L. Simon (writer, producer), Richard Aurandt (music). 

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It's a Racket - ABC

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It's Always Sunday. October 05, 1951. An audition show. A situation comedy about a minister and his family. It's hard to trust in your fellow man when he's a car thief driving your car downtown! The recording ends with a CBS net system cue. The program has also been dated September 30, 1951. Frank Fox (creator, writer), Jesse Goldstein (creator, writer), Roy Rowan (announcer), Will Wright, Bob Sweeney, Harry Bartell, Stuffy Singer, Cookie Fairchild (music), Norman Macdonnell (director).

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Post by lasombra 9/11/2020, 10:57 am

It's Always Sunday 11-18-51 Nancy Bowman's baby:

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Post by Wildcat44 9/11/2020, 9:23 pm

Early pickleball tomorrow so here goes

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It's Dream Time. June 15, 1948. ABC net. This is possibly an audition. "Music of yesterday and today." The first tune is, "I'll Remember April.". Jeanne Taylor, Babe Russin and His Orchestra, Hal Sawyer (announcer), The Ravens

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 It's Fun To Live In America. February 06, 1951. Program #2. Kiwanis Internation syndication, Mutual net, KBMY, Billings, Montana. Sweetheart Bread (local). 7:00 P. M. The story of J. C. Penney is dramatized. After the program, (7:15 P. M., MST) a Mutual net speech by Herbert Hoover titled, "We Should Revise Our Foreign Policy." Mr. Hoover speaks against Communism and relations with the Soviet Union. The Kiwanis program is complete, Mr. Hoover's address is not (see cat. #14902 for the complete speech). Del Sharbutt (announcer, narrator), Creighton Hale, Ken Christy, Henry A. Chapel (Billings Kiwanis Club), Herbert Hoover. 20:35.

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It's Up To Youth. June 29, 1946. WOR, New York City. Sustaining. The problem of Juvenile Deliquency is dramatized with the possible use of, "Teen Canteens." After the kids fix up the canteen themselves, a gang of boys wrecks it before it's even open. A panel of three 16-year-old teenagers discuss the situation after the drama. Bill Slater (m.c.), Don Frederick (announcer

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It's Your Navy. 1950.  Navy syndication. Navy recruiting. Sammy swings and sways the old favorites. Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra. 15 minutes.

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That's the end of my I's

Sept 12 1941

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Post by lasombra 9/12/2020, 11:00 am

It's Tuneup Time 1939:

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Post by Wildcat44 9/13/2020, 7:58 am

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The Jack Oakie College. February 02, 1937. CBS net, WABC, New York City aircheck. Camels, Prince Albert. Dean Blackstone has quit Oakie College. What to do? The first tune is, "In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree" (in "Swing"). The Benny Goodman Orchestra plays, "Goodnight, My Love," "Sing Sing Sing" and "Ida." Gertrude Niesen sings, "Ridin' High" and "Temptation." Jack sings, "I'm a Boulevardier from The Bronx." Eddie tells the story of the time he had to go into a lion's cage. Eddie then tells about his stay in the hospital. He does a "stand-up" routine before singing, "Ma, He's Making Eye At Me" and, "Making The Best Of These Days.". Jack Oakie, Bill Goodwin (announcer), Eddie Cantor, Gertrude Niesen, Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, The University Glee Club, Shaw and Lee, Al Shaw, Sam Lee. 
The Jack Oakie College. March 09, 1937. CBS net, KNX, Los Angeles aircheck. Camels. The first tune is, "Every Little Movement Has A Meaning Of Its Own. Joe Penner, the detective. Judy sings, "Smiles." Judy sang the same song on the program of April 6, 1937. The program was also referred to as, "The Camel Caravan.". Jack Oakie, Joe Penner, Judy Garland (billed as "MGM's 13-year-old singing sensation"), Al Shaw, Sam Lee, Georgie Stoll and His Orchestra, Bill Goodwin (announcer), Alexander's Swingtime Chorus.

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Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters. August 15, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Blue Room of the Hotel Lincoln, New York. The first selection is, "Back to Back.". Jan Savitt and His Orchestra, Bon Bon, Carlotta Dale

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Jane and the Boys

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The Jane Cowl Show. May 04, 1945. Mutual net. Sustaining. 2:15 P.M. (EWT). Jane quashes war rumors (have peace terms already been settled with the Germans?), dicusseses a new Broadway play ("A Bell For Adano"), and interviews Fredric March. Organ fill to time. Fredric March, Jane Cowl, Ken Roberts (announcer). 

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Sept 13 1938

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Post by lasombra 9/13/2020, 11:58 am

Jack Kilty. the county fair:

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Post by Wildcat44 9/14/2020, 8:25 am

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Jane Endicott, Reporter. January 05, 1942. Program #1. CBS Pacific net. Rancho Soups, Hearthside Baked Beans. Jane decides to get a job as a newspaper reporter. A wise-cracking reporter lands in jail and then gives his job to Jane. Thomas Hanlon (announcer). 
Jane Endicott, Reporter. January 07, 1942. CBS Pacific net. "Girl Bites Dog". Rancho Soups, Hearthside Baked Beans. The story of how Jane got her job. Thomas Hanlon (announcer).

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This one is not in the OTRR library

The Jane Pickens Show. February 13, 1949. NBC net. Sustaining. The first tune is "Someone Like You." Paul Winchell and Jerry Mahoney look through the family photo album and revisit the "Gay Nineties.". Jane Pickens, Norman Cloutier and His Orchestra, The Jack Allison Sextette, Paul Winchell, Jack Kilty, Eddie Dunham (director), Edward Eager (writer).

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If you need a new foundation this is for you

Jean Abbey Notes. September 21, 1939. WJSV, Washington, D.C.. S. Kahn's and Sons Woman's Store. 11:00 A.M. The program sounds like one continuous commercial for the various products sold in the sponsor's store. "Curves are definitely back 'in' again." Had they ever left?. Jean Abbey, Joe King (announcer).

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Jeff and Lucky. September 27, 1939. Program #1. An audition recording. Jeff meets Lucky...in a side-door Pullman! What's in the brown envelope? The start of the adventures of "The Gentleman and The Hobo.". Olan Soule, Bill Bouchey, Mildred Hark (writer), Noel McQueen (writer), Vincent Pelletier (announcer). 
 Jeff and Lucky. 1947. Audition. Jeff and Lucky find work at a farm, on which there's a shrew that needs taming. Mildred Hark (writer), Noel McQueen (writer), Russ Young (producer), Hope Summers, Sidney Ellstrom, Olan Soule, Ed Prentiss, Herbert Foote (composer, conductor).

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News of the World 41-09-14

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Post by lasombra 9/14/2020, 10:37 am

I had my copy of your Jean Abbey Notes filed under Woman's Home Companion. Here's another show from there, a few years earlier. Woman's Home Companion 8-4-30:

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Post by Wildcat44 9/15/2020, 6:58 am

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The Jeffersonian Heritage. 1952. Program #1. National Association Of Educational Broadcasters syndication. "The Living Declaration". Sustaining. The date is approximate. The series began in the autumn of 1952. Claude Rains, Dumas Malone, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Tom Glazer, Wladimir Selinsky (music).

There are 12 more out there.

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Jello Summer Show

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Jerome Kern Memorial Special Show. December 09, 1945. CBS net. Sustaining. 4:30 P.M. The program was broadcast about one month after Kern's death. Oscar Hammerstein, Nelson Eddy, Patrice Munsel, Dinah Shore, Jack Smith, Hildegarde, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Earl Wrightson, Al Goodman and His Orchestra, Robert Armbruster and His Orchestra.

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Jerry and Skye. February 17, 1949. Mutual net. Sustaining. The program originates from Albany, New York. The first tune is, "Goodbye My Lover, Goodbye." A program of live country music and yodelling. George Michael (announcer), Jim Small (producer). 

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Post by lasombra 9/15/2020, 12:16 pm

Here's the other Jeff & Lucky audition. From Goldin: Jeff and Lucky. September 27, 1939. Program #2. Audition. Jeff and Lucky get jobs as footman and butler in the home of the "hamburger king." Bill Bouchey plays "Lucky.". Olan Soule, Bill Bouchey, Mildred Hark (writer), Noel McQueen (writer).

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Post by ghemrats 9/15/2020, 2:32 pm

Folks, don't want to be a stickler, but please remember not to post anything from radio after 1962. We could get into hot water with copyright owners.

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Post by Wildcat44 9/15/2020, 2:53 pm

Including the news?

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Post by ghemrats 9/15/2020, 6:01 pm

I'm afraid so, my friend. Call me overcautious, but I wanted to run some Paul Harvey shows a while back (in the last incarnation) and was advised against it. Some outlets are testy, so it's best to abide by the standard cautionary rule.
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Post by Wildcat44 9/15/2020, 6:47 pm

I'll be more diligent.
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Post by scooper 9/15/2020, 7:05 pm

Could the Paul Harvey's be run from another site? [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] shares some of his programs as far back as the 1960's.

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Post by ghemrats 9/15/2020, 8:07 pm

Other sites may own proprietary rights to those shows, so they would have no issues with their sharing. We don't own those rights, so we're confined by a time frame. Perhaps Seamus or Space could weigh in here since they've dealt with this issue in the past incarnations for the Club.
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Post by Space Cadet 9/15/2020, 11:21 pm

Folk's, I'm sorry but we don't post anything post 1962 on this site. There's a possibility that anything from 1962 forward has copyright protection and could result in a lawsuit by the copyright holder. A single copyright lawsuit would be the end of this site.

Again, I'm sorry but that rule is absolute here. We completely respect the rights of copyright holders on this site.

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