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1. Radio Mirror May-Oct 1935

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... —the dream that he cherished. Still in knee pants, grim with forebod- ing because he was leaving home for the first time, Charles Coughlin trudged up the walk to the door of St. Michael's, filled with this ambition to learn everything that should make a priest such a wise and understanding person ...

2. Radio Mirror May-Oct 1935

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... . It is here that Charles Coughlin began his career as a boy of twelve. Walk across the stone pavement to the heavy oak door, step inside the dark corridors down which Charles Coughlin hurried every morning to his classes ...

3. The Screen Writer Jun 1945-May 1946

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... The MPA is not alone in this phony cry of Communism in pic- tures. Other men have worked the same side of the street and found it equally profitable: Bob Reynolds, Ham Fish, Burt Wheeler, Jack Tenny, Martin Dies, John Costello, Joe Starnes, Theodore Bilbo, Laura Ingalls, Gerald Winrod, Charles Coughlin, Bert McCormick, John Rankin, Clare Hoffman ...

4. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1938:Jul-Dec

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... . Asked whether he thought political talks should be sponsored, Mr. Witmer said: "I don't think a speech by the President should be sponsored. " XXXXXXXX NAB BACKS WMCA IN COUGHLIN CASE; FCC SILENT The National Association of Broadcasters this week issued a statement under the name of Neville Miller, President, endorsing in principle the refusal of Station WMCA, New York, to carry the talks of the Rev. Charles Coughlin ...

5. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1935:Jul-Dec

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... ¬ patrick has been the radio advisor for Rev. Charles Coughlin for many years and he is credited, to a large degree, for the latter's success over the radio. Mr. Fitzpatrick succeeded J. Truman Ward, President of WLAC, Nashville, who was not a candidate for reelection. Edward A ...

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... . Dir.. Chief Anncr Dean Durham News Director Charles Coughlin Chief Engineer John Crawford KTRY BASTROP—1948 Frequency: 730 Kc Power: 250 Watts d. Owned-Oper. By. . .Morehouse Bcstg. Co.. Inc. Bus.-Studio Address 215 S ...

7. Radio Mirror Nov 1936 - Apr 1937

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... .) SATURDAY Father Charles Coughlin. (8:00 P.M.) Sweet Music, with Barbara LaMarr, Embassy Trio, Louise Wilcher, and organ. (8:30 P.M.) Cab Calloway's Orchestra. (12 Midnight.) Benny Goodman's Orchestra. (12:30 A.M ...

8. Radio Mirror Nov 1935 - Apr 1936

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... . Get a box for the whole family, 15 cents and 25 cents — slightly higher in Canada. * lx»nEor. if you care to bett becai What do you want to say ? HERE'S WHERE YOU CAN TELL EVERYONE WHAT YOU THINK— AND WIN A PRIZE I Father Charles Coughlin arriving at the White House in January to confer with President Roosevelt ...

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... —we want our pa- trons to know this because we aim to give them the latest radio news without a single thing deleted 1 Tune in on Father Charles Coughlin— WOR, Sundays, 4 p. m., if you want FACTS not fancies or fallacies on the “noble ex- periment ...

10. Broadcasting Oct-Dec 1953

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... . Gariepy would claim $68,000 of his income was a "gift" from the Rev. Charles Coughlin, former radio priest, for alienation of Mrs. Gariepy's affections. Mrs. Gariepy sued, claiming the broadcast implied she was an unchaste wife ...