Businessmen Look To The Future

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


56050. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #9. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Rubber". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. What's going to happen with tires after the war? Dwight Cooke (moderator), William F. Bloor (Goodyear Tire and Rubber), Tom G. McGowan (Firestone Tire and Rubber), Ward Keener (B. F. Goodrich Company). 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56049. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #8. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Railroads". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. What will happen to the railroads when peace comes? Dwight Cooke (moderator), George Kelly (The Pullman Company), R. V. Fletcher (The Association Of American Railroads), Robert S. Henry (The Association Of American Railroads), William Horning (New York Central). 14:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56048. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #7. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Electronics". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. "Electronics is electricity freed from the bondage of wires." Dwight Cooke (moderator), W. C. White (General Electric), Paul Monroe (Bendix Aviation), Wallace Blood (McGraw Hill Corporation, "Electronics Magazine"). 14:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56047. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #6. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Food". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. What new or different kinds of food will we be able to eat after the war? Dwight Cooke (moderator), Thomas Rector (General Foods Corporation), M. A. Williamson ("Food Industries" magazine), Frederick L. Pond (Armour and Company). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56046. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #5. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Textiles". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. What new kinds of clothing can we expect after the war? Dwight Cooke (moderator), Margaret Riley (Waverly Fabrics Division of F. Schumacher and Company), Raymond Bell (Association Of Cotton Textile Merchants Of New York), Eugene Ackerman (Botony Worsted Mills, Executive Director of The American Woolen Council). 14:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56045. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #4. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Chemicals and Drugs". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. Dwight Cooke (moderator), James Hill Jr. (Sterling Products), George Van Gorder (McKesson Robbins), P. W. Merringh (Hercules Powder Company). 14:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56044. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #1. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "General". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. What will happen to jobs and production in American industry after the war. Dwight Cooke (moderator), Herman Steinkraus (Bridgeport Brass Company), John Zellers (Remington Rand), Vincent Coffin (Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance). 14:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

26898. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #3. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Housing". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. What will the post-war house of tomorrow be like? Dwight Cooke (moderator), Elizabeth Gordon (Editor of "House Beautiful"), Joseph Close (Owens-Illinois Glass), Pat Smith (Johns-Manville). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

26897. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1944. Program #2. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Aviation". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. A panel discussion about "Aircraft" and the postwar future of aviation. An interesting discussion about the possibilities of post-war aviation. "Full production makes jobs...jobs makes prosperity." Dwight Cooke (moderator), Ralph Damon (American Airlines), Peter Rossman (Curtis-Wright), Leighton Collins (Editor of "Air Facts" magazine). 14:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56051. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1945. Program #10. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Automobiles". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. The program originates from Detroit. What kind of cars are we going to have after the war? Dwight Cooke (moderator), George Romney (Managing Director of The Automotive Council For War Production), James Dalton (Editor of Motor Magazine), A. M. Wibel (Vice President of Nash-Kelvinator). 14:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56022. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1945. Program #12. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Lumber". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. A panel discussion about the future of the lumber industry. Dwight Cooke (moderator), Donald F. Othmer (Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute), Lawrence Ottinger (United States Plywood Corporation), Wilson Compton (National Lumber Manufacturers Association). 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56023. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1945. Program #13. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Future Of Flying". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. A panel discussion about the future of the aviation industry. Dwight Cooke (moderator), Peyton Magruder (Glenn L. Martin Company), E. E. Carter (Ball and Roller Bearing Industry), Waldo Russell (American Aviation Publications). 13:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

56021. Businessmen Look To The Future. 1945. Program #11. National Association Of Manufacturers syndication. "Oil". Sustaining. Syndicated by The National Industrial Information Committee of the N. A. M. A panel discussion about the future of the petroleum industry. Dwight Cooke (moderator), Frank W. Abrams (Standard Oil of New Jersey), B. I. Graves (Tidewater Associated Oil), W. Alton Jones (Cities Service Oil). 14:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 13 programs.