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NA£B NEWS LETTER Page 7 January I, 1945 One of the outstanding ideas developed as a result of the discussions was THE NEED FOR A RADIO REPRESENTATIVE IN EACH SCHOOL« So MUCH GOOD RADIO LITERATURE WHICH WOULD BE USEFUL TO THE TEACHERS IN THEIR RADIO UTILIZATION GOES INTO THE WASTE BASKET IF SENT TO THE PRINCIPAL OR SUPERINTENDENT* note: THE BOOK REVIEW ATTACHED TO THIS NEWS LETTER Enclosed with this News Letter is the first in a series of six reviews OF BOOKS BY CaRROLL ATKINSON DEALING WITH RADIO® I HEREBY CAST, IN 8EHALF OF THE ENTIRE NAEB MEMBERSHIP, AN UNOFFICIAL VOTE OF THANKS TO BROTHER ZlEBARTH FOR HIS EFFORTS IN THE PREPARATION OF THESE FINE REVIEWS® ECHOES FROM THE STEVENS COLLEGE RADIO CONFERENCE We HAD A BRIEF ITEM ON TELEVISION FROM THE STEVENS COLLEGE RADIO CONFERENCE IN LAST MONTH 1 S NewS LETTER BUT A COMPLETE REPORT OF THE CONFERENCE ACTIVITIES ARRIVED TOO LATE TO MAKE THE DEAD LINE® ALTHOUGH THE' PRO¬ CEEDINGS ARE NOW HISTORY A FEW OF THE FINDINGS CANNOT BE PASSED WITHOUT MENTIONING EVEN AT THIS LATE DATE. THEY WERE SELECTED FROM A FIFTEEN POINT SUMMARY OF THE CONFERENCE BY SARA Ann Fay. 1. There will be an increase of exchange of raoio programs with foreign COUNTRIES AFTER THE WAR® 2. Television is a problem child from the operations standpoint® Tele¬ vision HAS PROVED IT IS A PRACTICAL MEDIUM OF COMMUNICATION BUT IT WILL BE MANY YEARS BEFORE USE OF TELEVISION IN THE HOME IS WIDE-SPREAD. 3® CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS SHOULD GIVE INFORMATION, CREATE AN UNDERSTANDING AND DEVELOP DESIRABLE ATTITUDES. 4. Serial dramas* or "soap operas” have not affected the happiness of WOMEN LISTENERS* 5. As LISTENERS® GROUPS, RADIO COUNCILS HAVE IN THEIR HANDS A VERY POWERFUL INSTRUMENT FOR HELPING RADIO TO MAINTAIN ITS HIGH STANDARDS OF EXCELLENCE. 6® The American home of tomorrow will need solidarity. Radio, through women's PROGRAMS, CAN AID THE WOMAN OF TOMORROW BEYOND HINTS ON DOMESTIC SKILLS AND PERSONAL APPEARANCE. RADIO CAN HELP CREATE AN UNDERSTANDING OF THE PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS INVOLVED IN MARRIAGE® THIS AND THAT Tried to pick up WSUI's program "One Man's Opinion" tonight on my hoppeT;)- UP SUPER-SENSITIVE SELECTOR RECEPTOR BUT TO NO AVAIL® THE QRM (INTER¬ FERENCE TO YOU) WAS TOO TOUGH. SOUNDS LIKE A VERY FINE PROGRAM FROM THE LITERATURE IN WSU I 'S PROGRAM BULLETINS.®•• M Y FRIENdO HOPE BY NOw) Abbot has done the impossible in the preparation of a booklet describing Michigan's present and future radio possibilities® It is one of the few BOOKLETS WHICH DISCUSSES RADIO IN GENERAL AN,D FM IN PARTICULAR THAT STICKS TO THE FACTS.... I F YOU WATCH THE FCC ACTIONS CLOSELY YOU FIND AN INTERESTING TREND IN RECENT GRANTS IN VIRGINIA. ME8BY WE SHOULD GET