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... Houston: Philip Bosco; Jim Bowie: Music: Glenn Paxton. Bernard Kates; Santa Anna: Manuel Sebastian. Included: Program open: The Mystery Of Amelia Earhart. The Announcer: "The time..; the place.. mysterious disappearance of the avia- All things are as they were then trix on a ... flight across the Pacific except YOU ARE THERE." is chronicled. Program close: CAST Host: "What kind of day was it? A Amelia Earhart: Geraldine Brooks; day like all days, filled with Fred Noonan: Thomas Connelly. those unexpected events which alter our lives-and you were The Record Ride For ...
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... 49 139, 166, 168, 212 Durance, Jimmy, 122, 139 running gag on, 122-23 Fields, W. C. feuds with Edgar Earhart, Amelia, 43 Bergen, 124 Easton, William H. 24 "Fireside chats," 198, 202, 203-4 "Easy Aces," 164 named, 203 ... Johnny, 49 139, 166, 168, 212 Durance, Jimmy, 122, 139 running gag on, 122-23 Fields, W. C. feuds with Edgar Earhart, Amelia, 43 Bergen, 124 Easton, William H. 24 "Fireside chats," 198, 202, 203-4 "Easy Aces," 164 named ...
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... plane, Budd in another. "Round the Town," an elaborate, sponsored novelty program, used all the techniques learned over the years. It had Amelia Earhart and Ted Husing cruising over Manhattan and chatting with performers at various the- aters and clubs. Eddie Duchin supplied the music from Central Park Casino, ... DeWolf Hopper emoted atop the Empire State Building. But if we should award a prize for the special event that required the most imagination, the most intricate setup, and the most insanity, it would go to station WHAS in Louisville for its "Radiogame." 43 ...
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4. American-Broadcasting-A-Source-Book-Lichty-1975-OCR-Page-0734.pdf [--All Business Magazines] [ALL BOOKSHELF]
... , Lee: 1, 2, 25-8, 82, 95; biog- Earphones: 222 raphy of, 25- 6; patents, 31 Earhart, Amelia: 331 De Forest Radio Telephone Company: 25, Early, Stephen: 349 64 Ebsen, Buddy: 264 de Leath, Vaughn: 28, 278 ... De Forest, Lee: 1, 2, 25-8, 82, 95; biog- Earphones: 222 raphy of, 25- 6; patents, 31 Earhart, Amelia: 331 De Forest Radio Telephone Company: 25, Early, Stephen: 349 64 Ebsen, Buddy: 264 de Leath, Vaughn: 28 ...
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5. American-Broadcasting-A-Source-Book-Lichty-1975-OCR-Page-0355.pdf [--All Business Magazines] [ALL BOOKSHELF]
... the 1936-1937 season March of Time returned to its original 3o -minute once -a -week format, again sponsored jointly by Rem- ington -Rand and Time.26 F.D.R. and Amelia Earhart After a ban of 34 months, from January 1934 to November 1936, March of Time again began to imitate the voice of President Franklin D. ... . Earlier, the White House had felt that too many radio announcers were trying to imitate the president's style and had asked all to cease with no exception for March of Time. However, in the fall of 1936 when the president was running for a second term, the White House withdrew its objection and the role ...
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... kHz, one of her two available chan- nels, by voice to report cloudy and overcast conditions, but static covered the remainder In this 1935 photo, Amelia Earhart demonstrates some of the survival gear she normal- of the transmission. Later she again called to ly carried during trans-oceanic flights. say that the aircraft ... Island. This was the longest and most dangerous seg- ment of the trip. Anchored off Howland Island, where a landing strip had been specially constructed for Earhart and Noonan, was the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Itasca. The Cutter crew was manning a radio direction finder on the island so that the approaching Earhart ...
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... United States. own government knows far more than it is USS Lexington, and the battleship USS Another researcher, Joe Klass, in his willing to say about Amelia Earhart's mis- Colorado, and an armada of smaller ships. book Amelia Earhart Returns from Saipan, sion as well as her ultimate fate. It's apparent ... quarter of a million square miles were claimed that Earhart sat out WWII in the Im- that until and unless our government opens combed (with the help of the Lexington's perial Palace (Tokyo) and left Japan in se- its files on this curious incident, the search sixty aircraft) without sighting Earhart's cret after ...
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... Aircraft illustration from the book Eyewitness: The Amelia Earhart Incident. Radio's Role In. The Mystery Of Amelia Earhart It's Been Exactly 50 Years Since This Famous Aviator Vanished. A Cryptic Radio Communication Was Her Final Message To The World! BY TOM KNEITEL, K2AES, EDITOR Was Amelia Earhart on a secret espion- ... attention amidst all of the digging has age mission for the American government been Earhart's use of radio communications when her aircraft vanished over the Pacific during "Lady Lindy's" attempt to fly around on July 3, 1937? Perhaps it was nothing of the world at the equator. This 27,000 mile the kind. Perhaps this ...
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... Publisher by Michael Scofield Jim Gray, W1XU Advertising Manager Selected English Language Broadcasts 19 - Summer 1987 by Gerry L. Dexter Dorothy Kehrwieder General Manager The Mystery of Amelia Earhart 24 Frank V. Fuzia It's been exactly 50 years since this famous aviator vanished. A cryptic radio Controller communication was her final message to the world ... Arlene Caggiano by Tom Kneitel, K2AES, Editor Accounting Cheryl Chomicki Scanning Amtrack 27 Subscriber Services All aboard and bring along your scanner! by Robert Priest PRODUCTION STAFF Elizabeth Ryan Books You'll Like 28 Art Director For your summer reading list, Mr. Slattery has come up with some great new Barbara Scully finds to add to ...
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... kHz; and area there's a cluster of medium-sized \ 0 48'06" VK6ME at Perth on 9590 kHz. trees, but the rest of the sandy island is Amelia Earhart Light its `1- These stations, which ran 5 kW (miniscule covered with a dense growth of low veg- ' by today's power standards ... , achieved con- etation. The island's sole inhabitants are siderable fame during the 1930's and rank- birds, lizards, crabs, and their relatives. , . , ed among the most popularly heard and The United States claimed ownership reported by the world's DX'ers. These days, of Howland (and nearby Baker Island ...
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