... more to the enjoyment and welfare of mankind than radio. Today, in enemy territory, radio has become a new and ... lo ng -range gun, or the flying bomb. Wielding the power of radio, ambitious and unscrupulous men have destroyed men’s read more...

... Fetzer was a pioneer broadcaster who helped bring the first radio station to the region in the late 1920s and parlayed that ... to John and introduced him to the newly emerging field of radio. Although still in a primitive stage of development, the read more...

... the “spiritual work of the Creator.” 7. The Fourth Call: Radio Around the time of the elevator experience, or just a ... law and close friend, Fred Ribble, the magical new world of radio and broadcasting entered to change John Fetzer’s life and read more...

... dates b ack to 1944 when I was United States Censor of Radio in Washington during World War II. You will recall that in ... of Staff offices? Or is it proof when a ground 11 radar station detects a UFO, sends a jet to intercept it, the jet pilot read more...

... right on top of that, I started selling all my television stations. So, to leave all I had previously done in the ... developing a thing called wireless. And wireless, became a radio telephone, into what eventually developed into broadcasting read more...

... work went from a few files in his office at the broadcast station to its present physical and spiritual position in the ... John began his journey by designing and building his own radio station as a college student, and then transformed that read more...

... then serving as Commanding Officer of the American Forces Radio Network. He and a group of other distinguished American ... Luella Wenger, Clair McCollough, President of The Steinman Stations, and a host of others have made considerable material read more...

... families. MR. BYRON PRICE, my Washington boss when I was Radio Censor during World War II, whose forbearance permitted a ... credentials than John Earl Fetzer. His experimental work in radio began in 1918. In 1923, at the age of 22, he designed, read more...

... the experimental physicist (and the actual inventor of radio) Nikola Tesla, the writings of whom he later in life called ... victory for John in his “590 Case,” his quest for a 24-hour radio license from the FCC which had been dragging on in the read more...

... a year or so ago. Jim Well, he just bought some TV station or radio station in the town she lived in, and so she knew read more...

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