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Broadcast message to veterans. A Christmas message to veterans and soldiers throughout the United States was broadcast over the Columbia network Wednesday, Dec. 17, by, left to right: Ralph T. O'Neil, National Commander of the American Legion; Gen. Frank T. Hines, Administrator of the Veterans' Bureau, and F. Trubee Davison, Assistant Secretary of War or Aviation. 12/18/30
A pair of Portias. These two young women are the latest addition to the legal staff at the Federal Communications Commission. Mary Elizabeth Erickson, left, recently of Washington State, is assigned to the broadcast section of the legal department, and Violet Lowry, of Hot Springs, Ark., is in the Telegraph Section. 12/4/35
PRESIDENT GREETS SCOUTS. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, AT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS RADIO BROADCAST GREET BOY SCOUTS THROUGHOUT NATION, LISTENS WHILE THE OATH IS GIVEN. FROM THE LEFT: JAMES E. WEST, WASHINGTON, CHIEF SCOUT EXECUTIVE; SYDNOR HODGES OF TROOP 97; GEORGE KEPHART, TROOP 33; LLOYD STREET, TROOP 14; AND PHILIP COLE OF TROOP 50. ALL THE BOYS ARE OF WASHINGTON, D.C.
"Money Problems." Washington, D.C., March 11. French Ambassador Georges Bonnet, tonight capped a week of rumors and official exchanges over the new French defense loan with a declaration of confidence that his people will meet their financial troubles with their own resources. The statement was his first since a move by French officials to interest American investors in the proposed $1,000,000,000 loan by considering appointment of a paying agent in New York, photographed as he made the statement over a nationwide broadcast
"A message from God." Washington, D.C., March 12. The Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Henry F. Ashurst, was a bit surprised today that even the Lord was interested in the proceedings, Azel Manning, Benson, North Carolina brought a message to the Senator from God, (so he says) that Manning should broadcast the Judiciary proceedings, Manning is shown on the left shaking hands with the Senator, who is taking the matter under advisement...
ROOSEVELT OFFERS RECOVERY PLAN. WASHINGTON, D.C. OCTOBER 12. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TONIGHT PROMISED TO CONTINUE TO STRIVE FOR PEACE AND ADVANCED A VAST LEGISLATIVE PROGRAM FOR THE SPECIAL SESSION OF CONGRESS HE CALLED LATE TODAY TO CONVENE NOVEMBER 15TH. THE PRESIDENT IS SHOWN JUST BEFORE MAKING HIS NATION-WIDE BROADCAST
Graela and Dieter Tannenberg, daughter of the First Secretary of the German Embassy and Frau Tannenberg, who will take part in the International Children's Christmas Broadcast which will go over the air from the Shoreham Hotel on December 20. This function is one of the feature broadcasts of the year that goes out of the United States to all the countries of the world. It is arranged by the Greater National Committee in cooperation with the National Broadcasting Company.
Nicoleii Machado, son of the Major and Madame Jose Bina Machado, of the Brazilian Embassy, who will take part in the International Children's Christmas Broadcast which will go over the air from the Shoreham Hotel on December 20. This function is one of the feature broadcasts of the year that comes out of the United States to all the countries of the world. It is arranged by the Greater National Committee in cooperation with the National Broadcasting Company
PRESIDENT RESPONDS TO BIRTHDAY GREETINGS FROM NATION. A LITTLE GRAYER, PERHAPS, BUT OTHERWISE IN PERFECT HEALTH ON THE EVE OF HIS 56TH BIRTHDAY, PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT TONIGHT FROM THE WHITE HOUSE BROADCAST HIS THANKS TO THE ENTIRE NATION FOR THE ENTHUSUASTIC RESPONSE TO THE PLEA FOR AID IN THE FIGHT ON INFANTILE PARALYSIS. OVER 12,000 BIRTHDAY BALLS IN ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTRY ARE BEING HELD TO HELP THE CAUSE
Blanka Brejska, daughter of the Counselor of the Czechoslovakia and Madam Brejska, who will take part in the International Children's Christmas Broadcast which will go over the air from the Shoreham Hotel on December 20. This function is one of the feature broadcasts of the year that goes out of the United States to all the countries of the world. It is arranged by the Greater National Committee in cooperation with the National Broadcasting Company.
"Big train" in new role. Washington, D.C., March 17. Walter Johnson, Washington Senators' pitching star for many years, has been signed by Columbia Broadcasting system to broadcast the home games of the Washington team this summer. He succeeds Arch McDonald who will air the Yankees and Giants games from New York, 3-17-39
WHITE HOUSE TEA GIVEN FOR WOMEN LEADERS IN THE 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' CAMPAIGN, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 11. FOLLOWING A TEA AT THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY, MRS. ROOSEVELT AND PROMINENT WOMEN LEADERS IN THE 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' CAMPAIGN BROADCAST OVER A COAST-TO-COAST NETWORK THE URGENT NEED FOR MORE INSTITUTIONS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF INFANTILE PARALYSIS PATIENTS IN THIS COUNTRY. L TO R: MARGARET McBRIDE, KNOWN AS MARTHA DEAN OF THE RADIO; MRS. GIFFORD PINCHOT, MRS. HARRY WOODRING; REP. EDITH NOURSE ROGERS; AND CATHREEN CARRICO, OF CLINTON, MD, WHO CONTRACTED INFANTILE PARALYSIS WHEN A SMALL CHILD AND WHO STAGED A REMARKABLE RECOVERY. SHE NOW SINGS OVER THE RADIO
PRESIDENT DINES WITH 'LITTLE BUSINESSMEN.' WASHINGTON, D.C. MAY 22. ONE OF THE PRESIDENT'S RARE APPEARANCES BEFORE A BUSINESS GROUP OCCURED TONIGHT WHEN HE ATTENDED THE BANQUET OF THE AMERICAN RETAIL FEDERATION AT WASHINGTON'S MAYFLOWER HOTEL. IGNORING THE UNITED STATES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, HE DROVE TO THE HOTEL TO MAKE A SPEECH WHICH IS EXPECTED TO SET FORTH HIS IDEAS ABOUT BUSINESS. HE IS SHOWN HERE GIVING A LITTLE ADVANCE INFORMATION TO THE FEDERATION'S HEAD, LOUIS E. KIRSTEIN, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OFTRUSTEES, BEFORE THE 9:30 BROADCAST
WOMEN LEADERS MEET WITH FIRST LADY TO OPEN FIGHT ON INFANTILE PARALYSIS, WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 6. AS PART OF A 'FIGHT INFANTILE PARALYSIS' DRIVE PARTICIPATED IN BY PROMINENT WOMEN OF THE UNITED STATES, A BROADCAST WAS SENT OUT THROUGH THE NATION FROM THE WHITE HOUSE'S DIPLOMATIC RECEPTION ROOM. PHOTO SHOWS, L TO R: FILM STAR MARY PICKFORD, MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, AND MRS. STANLEY F. REED, WIFE OF THE SUPREME COURT ASSOCIATE JUSTICE, AS THEY GROUPED ABOUT THE MICROPHONE
MRS. ROOSEVELT BUYS FIRST TICKET TO PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALL. WASHINGTON, D.C. JANUARY 16. LAUNCHING A DRIVE FOR THE SALE OF TICKETS TO THE PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALL SCHEDULED FOR JAN. 30, MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY BOUGHT TICKET NO. 1 FROM WJSV ANNOUNCER A.D.-JESS- WILLARD AND MADE A SHORT BROADCAST APPEALING FOR SUPPORT OF THE FUNCTION, FUNDS FROM WHICH WILL GO TO RELIEVE SUFFERING FROM INFANTILE PARALYSIS. WILLARD IS GENERAL MANAGER OF RADIO STATION WJSV, CENTRAL TICKET AGENCY FOR THE SALE OF TICKETS
FIRST LADY INAUGURATES NEW SERIES OF RADIO TALKS. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIL 30. IN THE FIRST BROADCAST OPENING HER NEW SERIES OF TWICE-WEEKLY INFORMAL RADIO TALKS FOR A COMMERCIAL SPONSOR, MRS. ROOSEVELT TODAY SAID HER DESIRE TO ESCAPE A 'FEATHER-BED KIND OF EXISTENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE' WAS ONE OF HER REASONS FOR MAKING EXTENSIVE TRIPS AROUND THE COUNTRY
Washington, D.C. Foreign students at the international student assembly recording short talks in their native language to be broadcast by short wave, after censorship by the OWI, to Nazi-held territory. Mr. Brian Kallaway, a student at Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, recording a short wave broadcast for Australia
Shipbuilding (Norfolk Navy Yard). Rhythm in defense! Music, both popular and classical, news, sports events, and other programs are broadcast all day long to the thousands of workers at the Norfolk Yard. Officials have found that these broadcasts are beneficial to the morale of the men, and cut down the fatigue brought on by difficult or monotonous tasks
Poster for Thirteenth Naval District, United States Navy, showing Japanese and German submarines and planes targeting a ship on the horizon.