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From: Fran LaChance <>
Subject: Radio Shows
Date: Sun, 05 Sep 2004 13:59:45 -0400
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Ruth Barton wrote:
>I had forgotten about this list also. How about some nostalgia here? I
>don't know "Scotty" either but remember "Amos and Andy" and "The Jackie
>Gleason Show" from the radio in the forties. My grandfather used to listen
>to Lowell Thomas and Fulton Lewis, Jr news broadcasts in the evening.
>Everyone had to be quiet during that time.
>The author of the "Green Hornet" lived across the road from us a few years
>ago and his widow and son still live in the area.
>My husband, son and I moved in with my Dad 2 years ago and we are in the
>process of clearing out different areas here. There is much accumulation
>of STUFF. Much of it is just going to the dump but it all has to be looked
>at to see if it is good or not. In the attic I found a box of 64 letters
>home from the Civil War. This man was not related to us and it is a
>mystery as to how these letters came to be here. I have transcribed and
>photocopied them and placed them in archival page protectors and now wonder
>what I should do with them. Ruth
The radio shows I remember the most are "Lux Radio Theatre;" "Inner Sanctum" [my babysitting aunt made us turn out the lights & the squeaking door was enough to send us screaming into the bedroom], and "The Lone Ranger".
Now with over 200 TV channels to choose from it's hard to find something decent to watch: especially in "rerun' summer.
Sarnia, ON, Canada
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