Gabriel Heatter

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.


68075. Gabriel Heatter. December 7, 1941. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. The Japanese aircraft carrier that attacked Pearl Harbor has been sunk. A commentary about news from around the world. A Japanese submarine is only seven hundred miles from San Francisco. "The second world war is on." Japan has been "playing for time." This was not the day for it, but Heatter is commonly attributed as saying, "Ah, there's good news tonight!" The source of this attribution is unknown, but no recording of Heatter saying this phrase has yet been found. Gabriel Heatter. 9:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

68644. Gabriel Heatter. December 8, 1941. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic, Spear and Company (local). Representative Dingle is demanding a Congressional investigation and courts martial for the commanding officers at Pearl Harbor. "Japan's claims of naval damage seem to have been greatly exaggerated." "Guam and Wake are now flying Japanese flags." "The whole world is on fire, but all eyes are on Russia." After Gabriel Heatter mentions that because of the attack, the commercial has been suspended, he introduces Charles Stark with a commercial! Gabriel Heatter, Charles Stark (announcer). 13:37. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

69135. Gabriel Heatter. February 1942. Mutual net. General Rommel is only twenty five miles from Tobruk. One of Singapore's airports has been attacked. "We will hold Singapore, there is no question about it." MacArthur is preparing for Japan's coming attack. "MacArthur [is] a man without fear, a man who keeps his guns blazing, his flags flying." Gabriel Heatter. 9:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69152. Gabriel Heatter. February 16, 1942. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. An Axis air raid on Malta is in progress. A U-Boat has tried to shell an oil refinery on Aruba. Four Allied tankers have been lost. Bad news for Winston Churchill: British troops are retreating in Burma. Singapore has fallen. Germany admits that Russia's counter-offensive remains unchecked. Gabriel Heatter. 10:02. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

69136. Gabriel Heatter. February 27, 1942. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Seventy Japanese ships have been sunk since the attack on Pearl Harbor. General MacArthur has struck a counter-blow on Bataan. Mr. Heatter says, "the tide has begun to turn." We've struck our first offensive blow at Japan...at Sumatra. "Burma is dying, Rangoon is on fire." Churchill's biggest problem is India. Gabriel Heatter. 9:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69109. Gabriel Heatter. March 3, 1942. Mutual net. General MacArthur has raided Subic Bay. Paris was bombed yesterday. "There's bad news from Burma." The Japanese are only fifty miles from Rangoon, the battle of Java is almost over. The Russians are driving the Germans back to the Dnieper river. Gabriel Heatter. 5:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

69112. Gabriel Heatter. March 4, 1942. Mutual net. The army plans to increase its pay scale. "Hitler is a busy man tonight!" Paris was raided last night. "He who isn't fighting Hitler is helping Hitler!" Gabriel Heatter. 6:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

68911. Gabriel Heatter. March 6, 1942. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Praise for General MacArthur, things look grim in Java and the Netherlands Indies. "The soil of Australia will never be violated by the Jap invader." "This is no time for despair." Gabriel Heatter, Marshall Dane (announcer). 12:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69121. Gabriel Heatter. March 9, 1942. Mutual net. Washington gossip: there's going to be a new Secreatry Of Labor. Admiral Stark has been promoted, as has Admiral King. Forty French war ships may be turned over to Germany (according to the Russians). The R. A. F. is over France again tonight. Gabriel Heatter. 7:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68976. Gabriel Heatter. March 13, 1942. Mutual net. "'The Beast of Brechtesgarten' has struck again." Japan has landed troops in the Solomons. "Australia looks to America." Fighting in Burma will determine the fate of India, and the fate of India and the British Empire rests with Nehru. Army and navy pay is to double, rationing on almost everything is coming soon. Mr. Heatter waxes eloquently about anti-aircraft fire on Wall Street, and the first robin of Spring. The first 7:39 of the program only. Gabriel Heatter. 7:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68966. Gabriel Heatter. March 16, 1942. Mutual net. The first land attack against Japanese troops has taken place in Burma. The War Production Board has ordered the halt of the manufacture of "entertainment machines" (such as pinball machines, jukeboxes, etc,.). The Japanese attacks against Australia "have gone into a lull." Litvinov has again called for a "Second Front." Mr. Heatter tells the story of one of the American P-40 pilots who died crashing into a Japanese plane. The recording includes the end of a DJ show on WWSW (Pittsburgh). Gabriel Heatter, Siegfried Waggoner (commentary). 13:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69049. Gabriel Heatter. May 10, 1942. Mutual net. Who bombed Tokyo? It was the Americans...and the fires in Tokyo and Yokohama burned for two days. The bombers took off from "Shangri-La!" James Doolittle's name is not mentioned during this report. Will the Germans use poison gas on Russia? If so, Churchill says he will bring poison gas to Germany! Eighteen Nazi planes were shot down today over Malta. Gabriel Heatter. 10:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68959. Gabriel Heatter. June 24, 1942. Mutual net. Why did Mr. Churchill really come to the United States? Mr. Heatter predicts that the reason involves China and that the Japanese forces are in the Aleutians...to attack Russia! Three hundred and twenty six ships have been lost off our coast. "Can Russia fight Japan and hold off Hitler too? Yes, indeed!" Gabriel Heatter. 8:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68978. Gabriel Heatter. September 6, 1942. Mutual net. Two American "Flying Fortresses" are missing over France. A Russian port near Turkey has fallen. The battle of Stalingrad continues: the Russians are losing six to seven thousand men a day, the Germans are losing two to three times as many. Good news from North Africa: Rommel is retreating. Mr. Heatter speculates on Hitler's chances of victory. Gabriel Heatter. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69010. Gabriel Heatter. September 11, 1942. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The rubber report was just what the war effort needed. The national speed limit becomes thirty five miles per hour next week. Bad news from Russia: Novarasisk has fallen. "We hold Stalingrad, or we die." The Japanese advance on Port Moresby has been stopped. The "anti-inflation" bill is stalled, compulsory savings are being considered. The recording ends with Mr. Heatter saying, "There's some good news tonight (from Madagascar)." Gabriel Heatter. 10:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68983. Gabriel Heatter. September 13, 1942. Mutual net. General MacArthur has attacked the Japanese on Buna. Thirty Nazi attacks have been turned back at Stalingrad, the city's fall may be near. Mr. Heatter tells stories of the "expendable" P. T. boats of Bataan, four returned out of seventy eight (the 1945 John Wayne movie, "They Were Expendable" seems to have based on this report and the book of the same name). Gabriel Heatter. 9:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69003. Gabriel Heatter. September 23, 1942. Mutual net. Only President Roosevelt knows the fate of the newly passed "anti-inflation" bill. "Prices are going up, inflation is setting in." Hitler's diary entry for today might read, "gained six hundred yards, lost six thousand men." The Russians say, "we expect Stalingrad to hold." Gabriel Heatter. 8:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69016. Gabriel Heatter. September 30, 1942. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. The Senate has compromised on the "anti-inflation" bill. Two of our transports have been lost in the Solomon Islands. Allied casualties at Dieppe were almost 50%, despite our air superiority. Willkie's demand for a second front seems remote in light of this news. "Better news tonight for small businessmen." Gabriel Heatter. 9:01. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

68986. Gabriel Heatter. October 7, 1942. Mutual net. The United Mine Workers are going to leave the C. I. O. There have been fifteen more executions in Norway. After forty five days, Hitler has lost two hundred thousand men at Stalingrad. Gabriel Heatter. 5:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

69021. Gabriel Heatter. October 14, 1942. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. "Hitler is losing his grip on Stalingrad." Stalin's reply to Churchill was, "we want a second front now." Rents are being frozen at March, 1942 levels. Goering's address to the German people is ridiculed. Unkind words for Laval and Petain. Attacks have taken place on Japanese forces in Kiska. Gabriel Heatter. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68991. Gabriel Heatter. October 28, 1942. Mutual net. Japan has been losing six planes to each one of ours at Guadalcanal. "Tojo has begun to feel the cost." "Rommel has lost round one in Egypt." Gabriel Heatter. 4:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

69491. Gabriel Heatter. November 3, 1942. Mutual net. The coal strike is over, the miners are going back to work for the government (for $8.50 per day). This gives the miners a raise of $1.50 per day. General MacArthur reports that eleven Japanese ships have been sunk, sixty seven Japanese planes have been shot down near Raboul. "We are on the march toward Rome." Five hundred to one thousand American bombers have attacked Willemshaven; our largest daylight raid to date. There are more rumors of German collapse, originating from Stockholm (and repeated by Mr. Heatter). Gabriel Heatter. 10:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69025. Gabriel Heatter. November 6, 1942. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. "The country's payroll is frozen." Hitler is still stalled at Stalingrad, "Rommel's Afrika Korps may be finished." Rome admits that "the Mediterranean hangs in the balance." At least thirteen thousand Italian prisoners have been taken near Cairo, maybe a lot more. Heatter sounds as if he were gloating while describing the Axis setbacks. Gabriel Heatter. 10:05. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

68992. Gabriel Heatter. November 8, 1942. Mutual net. Vichy admits that the Algiers garrison has surrendered after one day of fighting. Berlin reports that two Allied destroyers have been sunk. Vichy has broken diplomatic relations with the United States. Six divisions of Italians have been abandoned by Rommel in Egypt. "We're closing Rommel's back door." Gabriel Heatter. 7:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69026. Gabriel Heatter. November 9, 1942. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Allied advances are being made in North Africa at an incredibly rapid rate. Mr. Heatter predicts that Hitler will commit suicide! "All's well on Guadalcanal." "Tojo's Japs never retreat." Oh yeah? The recording concludes with a brief excerpt from "The Telephone Hour" following. Gabriel Heatter, Marshall Dane (anouncer). 12:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69020. Gabriel Heatter. November 15, 1942. Mutual net. The final battle of the Solomons and Guadalcanal is underway. Germans and Italians are arriving in Tunisia, Mussolini is desperate, Rommel is still running. He has lost seventy five thousand men and thirteen U-Boats in twenty one days. "This was an unhappy day in Berlin." "Hitler is forced to take his own medicine." "Good news from Moscow." A salute to the Philippines. Gabriel Heatter. 11:17. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

76275. Gabriel Heatter. January 4, 1943. Mutual net. Eighteen American bombers and two fighters have been lost during huge raids on Kiel. To date, one hundred sixty-six Japanese planes have been shot down over the Marshall Islands. The Russians are five hundred forty-five miles from Berlin. A new, anti-Nazi government may have been formed in Bulgaria. A railroad strike may prolong the war. Gabriel Heatter. 5:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

108447. Gabriel Heatter. January 17, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. "The war is back tonight where it belongs...Berlin." London has been bombed by the Nazis again. Goebbels said it was a "nuisance raid." A summary of the Russian advances to Rostov. General Montgomery is advancing on Tripoli. Gabriel Heatter. 10:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108147. Gabriel Heatter. January 18, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. President Roosevelt has met with President Vargas of Brazil while in Casablanca. Will Dakar be neutralized as a protection for the United States? Uruguay has resumed diplomatic relations with Russia. Unlike past years, Hitler will not make a public speech tomorrow. Mr. Heatter speculates on the contents of Hitler's next speeches and what he should be telling the German people. Heatter is very much against a British proposal to declare a moratorium on having babies until the end of the war. Gabriel Heatter. 10:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108145. Gabriel Heatter. January 24, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Two Russian armies have joined near Rostov. MacArthur says, "you don't have to get to Tokyo by going island-to-island." Mr. Heatter asks farm workers to stay where they are. People who abandon farm life will return to the land and give up on city living. The romance called, "Food." Count your, "Net." The Barbasol commercial is good radio. The battle against inflation, don't forget the 35-trillion-dollar suit. Gabriel Heatter. 10:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108140. Gabriel Heatter. January 25, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml hair tonic. The city of Marseilles is in open insurrection. Montgomery is still advancing on Rommel and is only 200 miles from Malta. Hitler's march into "the valley of rescue" for Rommel has been stopped. "Tojo's days may be numbered (on Guadalcanal)." "Paid volunteers" are being organized for farm work in America. Small businesses are in danger of extinction. Gabriel Heatter. 9:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

108137. Gabriel Heatter. January 28, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh. Sponsored by: Forhan's toothpaste. "I've been waiting a long time for this to come to pass." The German army has been defeated in parts of Russia. "These men in Russia are giants!" "There's a steady deterioration everywhere in Germany." Two ominous words out of Casablanca, "Unconditional Surrender." Another coal strike is looming for April. Gabriel Heatter. 10:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108148. Gabriel Heatter. January 28, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml hair tonic. The first minutes of the recording plays back at too fast a speed, then corrects itself. Leningrad has been liberated after 72 weeks. Hitler has been revealed (to be) a liar once again. Hitler now faces 7 offensives. Will Germany use gas against great Britain? Mr. Heatter come close to actually saying, "Ah, there's good news tonight." He actually says, "There's good news in Africa tonight!" Gabriel Heatter. 10:18. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

108465. Gabriel Heatter. January 31, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Commercial deleted. It's the first day of Hitler's 11th year in power. Germany has been bombed 3 times in one day by the R.A.F. German forces are almost totally destroyed at Stalingrad. Seventeen German Generals are prisoners of the Russians. The Nazi version of Rommel's retreat: "He disengaged himself." "Mussolini is probably hiding under the bed." Mr. Heatter starts an emotional story about the bombing of a British school house. Gabriel Heatter. 10:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

108466. Gabriel Heatter. February 2, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's toothpaste. A great naval battle in the area of the Solomons is now in progress. There have been no details from the Navy as yet. Victory on Guadalcanal is near. There are serious shortages is fuel oil, gasoline and rubber. More occupations are to be declared non-essential. Gabriel Heatter. 9:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108445. Gabriel Heatter. February 4, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's toothpaste. Bulletin: President Roosevelt has congratulated Stalin on the Russian victory at Stalingrad. Will there be a separate peace for Finland? It's still only a rumor. German troops are trapped near Rostov. Fourteen Axis ships have been sunk. Gabriel Heatter. 10:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108444. Gabriel Heatter. February 7, 1943. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Barbasol. "Someone in Moscow is determined to finish Hitler now." The Russians are approaching Rostov. Shoe rationing is to begin in the U.S. Three pairs per person per year. Other government specifications for shoes are described. The U.S. forces are only 5 miles from the main Japanese base on Guadalcanal. Count Ciano has been named Mussolini's ambassador to the Vatican. Mr. Heatter comments on proposed changes in Selective Service regulations. Gabriel Heatter. 10:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69222. Gabriel Heatter. February 12, 1943. Mutual net. A triumphant summary of Hitler's setbacks in Russia. Gabriel Heatter. 2:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

69427. Gabriel Heatter. February 19, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Gandhi's fast is ten days old, his health is fading fast. Congress is still debating "Pay As You Go." Things are quiet in Tunisia. A summary of Russian advances against the Germans. Mr. Heatter makes clear his personal war aims. Gabriel Heatter. 10:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69417. Gabriel Heatter. February 22, 1943. Mutual net. Eight hundred and fifty are dead or missing in the sinking of two of our transport ships by the Germans. The Germans have made further advances in Tunisia..."it may be serious." "Another black day for Nazi Germany." Gandhi has been fasting for thirteen days. "Death himself is forced to wait, hat in hand, while Gandhi defies all calculation." Gabriel Heatter. 10:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69415. Gabriel Heatter. February 23, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. "The Allied position in Africa is considerably brighter tonight." Finland is closer to peace. Four are dead and twenty missing after the Clipper crash near Lisbon, Frank Kuhl of Mutual is among the missing. There's good news from the Ukraine tonight. The trains in Italy are no longer running on time! Gabriel Heatter. 10:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69403. Gabriel Heatter. February 24, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. Finland is ready to surrender to Russia. This may be Russia's greatest opportunity to demonstrate "good will." "We have avenged our dead in North Africa." Gabriel Heatter. 10:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69401. Gabriel Heatter. February 25, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Mr. Heater summarizes Allied victories in North Africa. "There are no green nor inexperienced American troops." "We met Rommel's best, we're ready." Heatter almost says, "there's good news tonight" (but doesn't). One third of Hitler's men aged eighteen to twenty five have been killed, wounded or captured...a total of one and a half million men! Gabriel Heatter. 10:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69407. Gabriel Heatter. February 26, 1943. Mutual net. "Rommel is in full retreat and time is runing out (for him)." A discussion of the plight of older women who are unable to get war work. Heatter hints that we are "very, very close" to a second front. Gabriel Heatter. 10:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69412. Gabriel Heatter. February 28, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. The Germans have perhaps won a victory in Russia, using its strategic reserves. Non-stop bombardment is falling on Germany. The Nazis are poised for a drive into Spain. Finland "is ready for peace." Gabriel Heatter. 10:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69423. Gabriel Heatter. March 1, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Madame Chiang Kai-Shek has fully recovered. Rommel has paid dearly for a three mile advance in Tunisia. The non-stop bombardment of Germany continues, one hundred and twenty hours so far. Mr. Heatter lists the Russian advances by Timoshenko. He tells stories about Americans trying (and failing) to find war jobs. Gabriel Heatter. 10:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69413. Gabriel Heatter. March 2, 1943. Mutual net. "Unter der Linden has been bombed with much destruction." "Berlin is in ruins tonight." "Adoration Of The Lamb" by Van Eyck has been located in Goering's private collection. Gandhi's twenty one day fast will shortly end. The German offensive in Tunisia has ended. Gabriel Heatter. 9:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69408. Gabriel Heatter. March 3, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. During Hitler's "revenge raid" on London, ten out of sixty German planes were shot down. King George is working in a garage for two hours a night as a mechanic! A half million bombs have been dropped on Kiska. "We're on Rommel's tail without letup." Mr. Heatter comments on rationing and taxation, "pay as you go" is strongly advocated. Gabriel Heatter. 10:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

69381. Gabriel Heatter. March 4, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Twenty eight Japanese ships have been sunk off Guadalcanal, many more have been lost near other islands. "What is all this Jap superman nonsense?" Ten thousand, five hundred planes were manufactured in the United States in the first two month of 1943. One hundred seventy eight people suffocated in a London bomb shelter...in sixty seconds! Gabriel Heatter. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69380. Gabriel Heatter. March 9, 1943. Mutual net. German counter-attacks are successful in Russia. The U. S. S. R. has broadcast a list of all the aid given to Russia by the United States. The announcement was made after the complaint by U. S. Admiral Stanley. Gabriel Heatter. 5:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76101. Gabriel Heatter. March 15, 1943. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Nazi counter-attacks have been reported by Russia. Barney Ross is in the hospital with Malaria, contracted in the Pacific. The United Mine Workers threaten to strike. Four Japanese ships have been sunk. Are we moving fast enough? "The hearts of Frenchmen are on fire." Gabriel Heatter. 10:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

76300. Gabriel Heatter. March 16, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. A guerilla army may bring revolution in France. The Russians have recaptured thrity-two more towns. A Japanese destroyer has been sunk. A resoltuion is before Congress about post-war peace machinery. Gabriel Heatter. 9:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69472. Gabriel Heatter. March 19, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The weather has helped Hitler in Tunisia. A heavy bombing raid has hurt the German war effort. "We" have had a bad day in Russia. "To wait now is to fight twice as long." The tax debate begins Monday. Gabriel Heatter. 10:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69291. Gabriel Heatter. March 21, 1943. Mutual net. The German counter-offensive in Russia is serious. The O.P.A. has frozen all retail sales of butter. Hitler says only five hundred and forty two thousand German soldiers have been killed: he lies. Gabriel Heatter, Marshall Dane (announcer). 12:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

76103. Gabriel Heatter. March 29, 1943. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The government of Italy is going to be moving to Florence after Tunis falls. Price and wage news. Food prices are to come down. Will East Coast gas rationing ease? Heatter recommends a "civilian supply agency" to provide for the home front. Gabriel Heatter. 9:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

76299. Gabriel Heatter. April 12, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The program may be dated April 15, 1943. Rommel has escaped in Tunis, but his supply lines have been cut. There are new rules for the draft deferments of fathers. "The battle of taxes is on again." The weekly budget of "Mrs. X" is analyzed. Heatter tells the story of Mrs. Sullivan, who lost all five of her sons in the service. Gabriel Heatter. 10:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

94176. Gabriel Heatter. April 18, 1943. Mutual net. First story: The Nazis have claimed to have sunk the aircraft carrier "U. S. S. Ranger." Gabriel Heatter. 10:16. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

76119. Gabriel Heatter. April 20, 1943. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Rationing on some foods is to be reduced. Details of the Doolittle raid is to be released later tonight. Montgomery's forces are approaching Tunis. Roosevelt is visiting President Comacho in Monterrey. It's Hitler's fifty-fourth birthday tonight. Heatter refers to Hitler as a "lunatic." Hitler's psychiatrist will some day reveal all: he chews his carpet during fits of uncontrollable anger. Heatter almost says, "There's good news tonight." Thoughts about men who are "missing in action." "Hold fast to your hope." Gabriel Heatter. 12:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69481. Gabriel Heatter. April 22, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Rommel may be fighting his last counter-attack in North Africa. General MacArthur will not be retiring on his sixty fourth birthday; he has an appointment in Tokyo. Churchill has warned Britain to expect the German use of poison gas. Gabriel Heatter. 10:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69477. Gabriel Heatter. April 25, 1943. Mutual net. Rommel has suffered another defeat. "Tunis may be done for." Thoughts about casualty figures and inaccurate reports. A three day battle has taken place in Russia, the Germans lost fifty-five tanks and made no advance. Robert Dixon (the recordist who made all these Pittsburgh airchecks) interrupts the program to report that the Germans claim to have sunk the aircraft carrier "Ranger." Gabriel Heatter, Robert Dixon. 9:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69480. Gabriel Heatter. May 4, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. General Frank Alexander has been killed in a plane crash in Iceland. Rommel is facing imminent defeat in Tunisia. A summary of American victories in the Aleutians. 1942 taxes may be cancelled for those with a net income of less than $2000. John L. Lewis wins again. Mr. Heatter asks, "Who will pay the bills?" Gabriel Heatter. 9:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69484. Gabriel Heatter. May 6, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. There have been further advances in North Africa to Bizerte and Tunis, and in Russia, at Novarosisk. There may be a compromise in the steel strike, but is it too late? "This may be his (John L. Lewis') first defeat." Gabriel Heatter. 10:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69483. Gabriel Heatter. May 7, 1943. Mutual net. (There has been) "a Nazi disaster at Bizerte and Tunis." "It's journey's end for the Axis in North Africa." Mr. Heatter reminds listeners that he predicted a victory in Tunisia by May fifteenth. We are now attacking Japanese troops on Kiska. A salute to Howard Gilmore, a U. S. submarine commander who gave his life to allow the sinking of a Japanese ship. Gabriel Heatter. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69463. Gabriel Heatter. May 9, 1943. Mutual net. Escape for Axis troops in Tunisia has been cut off. "There will be no Dunkirk (for the Germans)." Bad news for Mussolini on "Empire Day." A gloating commentary. If ever Heatter should have said, "There's good news tonight," this would have been the day. Gabriel Heatter. 9:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69440. Gabriel Heatter. May 13, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. We may be closer to drafting fathers. Mr. Heatter doubts the reports about riots in Germany. He says the Germans are happy to surrender. There may be coal rationing before the end of the war. There soon may be mass executions in Holland. Gabriel Heatter. 10:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69474. Gabriel Heatter. May 26, 1943. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. "Tokyo is nervous." The fighting is going well in the Aleutians. Berlin is warning its people to expect an Allied landing...somewhere. Dusseldorf was heavily bombed last night. Goering says, "They can't keep it up." Essen is in ruins. Gabriel Heatter. 10:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69444. Gabriel Heatter. June 8, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. A coal strike on June 20th is a real possibility. Mr. Heatter analyzes Winston's Churchill's speech. The German U-Boats "are being defeated." President Roosevelt has warned the Axis against the use of poison gas. Beware of Hitler's latest propaganda offensive: American women in the military have been "misbehaving." President Roosevelt will sign the "Pay-As-You-Go" bill. Gabriel Heatter. 8:00. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

69439. Gabriel Heatter. June 13, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. There was a heavy air battle over Kiel today, Bremen also has been bombed. The Pope spoke to Italian workmen, cautioning them against social change and upsetting established social order. Hitler predicts that Sicily will be the site of the next invasion. "It may be 1918 all over again." Gabriel Heatter. 10:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69442. Gabriel Heatter. June 17, 1943. Mutual net. Germany reports conversations with Russia for a separate peace treaty. A rumor says that Roumania may seek a separate peace. "It's a wild night for a commentator." The bombing of Sicily contiues, the island may be the site of the next invasion. Mr. Heatter presents an essay on the possibilities of price subsidies. Gabriel Heatter. 9:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69451. Gabriel Heatter. June 20, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. A coal strike is imminent...maybe. "This whole matter has gone too far." "(This is) as shameful a chapter as we've had in all our history." "(There are) three hours and twelve minutes before we find out whether coal is to be mined." "There's joy in Tokyo." Germans have lost at least two, maybe five U-Boats. Gabriel Heatter. 10:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69434. Gabriel Heatter. June 21, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Detroit is under "military rule" after race riots. "We're close to important news in Italy." John L. Lewis may achieve a victory in the coal strike situation. "We are all working for the government." It's the second aniversary of the invasion of Russia. Gabriel Heatter. 9:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69452. Gabriel Heatter. June 22, 1943. Mutual net. A commentary about the coal strike. Heatter stops just short of accusing John L. Lewis of helping the enemy. The government seizure of the coal mines is a victory for Mr. Lewis. "We are unlocking doors that lead to strange roads." Two-thousand tons of bombs have been dropped by seven-hundred British planes, on Germany overnight. "The war is inside Germany." Twenty-eight have been killed to date during the Detroit race riots. Gabriel Heatter. 9:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69436. Gabriel Heatter. June 27, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Frank Singiser substitutes for Gabriel Heatter. Chester Davis has resigned as War Food Administrator after a conflict with President Roosevelt. A half million fathers with children will soon be subject to the draft. There have been ten consecutive nights of bombing on Axis targets. One Axis prediction has the invasion starting this Saturday. There are still one hundred and sixty thousand coal miners still on strike. Frank Singiser, Marshall Dane (commercial spokesman). 9:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69445. Gabriel Heatter. July 1, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Frank Singiser substitutes for Gabriel Heatter. He summarizes American victories in the South Pacific. The Axis hopes to bomb some Amercian cities this summer. Yugoslavian guerillas have pushed back German forces. Frank Singiser. 9:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69447. Gabriel Heatter. July 7, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. Frank Singiser substitutes for Gabriel Heatter. U. S. naval forces have opened fire on Japanese forces on Kiska. The cruiser "Helena" has been sunk during the battle of Coola Gulf. Ten Japanese ships were sunk during the same battle. Hundreds of German tanks have been destroyed in Russia during the last three days. Frank Singiser, Marshall Dane (commercial spokesman). 9:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69437. Gabriel Heatter. July 26, 1943. Mutual net. Italy may be close to unconditional surrender. "Fascism is legally dead." Mr. Heatter predicts that Hitler will send no help to the new Italian government. Mussolini will be hanged, unless he commits suicide. Gabriel Heatter. 8:54. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69438. Gabriel Heatter. July 28, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Mussolini's whereabouts is unknown, is Fascism realy being cleaned out? Is Italy really ready for a new deal? Speculations on how Hitler will react. Hamburg has been battered by four air raids within forty eight hours. Gabriel Heatter. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69521. Gabriel Heatter. August 3, 1943. Mutual net. The Germans have lost three U-Boats while attacking an Allied convoy, with none of the convoy being sunk. "Hamburg is a dead city" after ten days of bombing. "There's a possibility of victory in Europe before the end of 1943." Gabriel Heatter. 9:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69486. Gabriel Heatter. August 5, 1943. Mutual net. The Italian cabinet seems to want to continue fighting. Where is Mussolini? "My opinion is that there are negotiations going on somewhere, and there's a fifty-fifty chance for peace (with Italy)." The final curtain is coming down on the battle of Sicily. More good news in Russia. "Where are the Master Men tonight?" Gabriel Heatter. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69485. Gabriel Heatter. August 6, 1943. Mutual net. After the Hamburg raid, what would happen to Berlin if it were attacked by three thousand, four thousand or five thousand bombers? "Berlin is a capitol of panic and fear." Russian troops are only twenty five miles from Karkov. Is Hitler cracking up?" Gabriel Heatter. 9:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69496. Gabriel Heatter. August 8, 1943. Mutual net. The date of broadcast may be August 10, 1943. "It may be zero hour for Berlin." The "Normandie" has been refloated. Fifty raids on Massina were made today, other Italian cities were bombed. There have been rumors from Spain; Hitler is to go into "semi-retirement." Goering is to take control of the country. "Germany is in trouble." The Russians are advancing on Karkov. Gabriel Heatter. 9:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69497. Gabriel Heatter. August 10, 1943. Mutual net. The date of the broadcast may be August 8, 1943. American troops are only two miles from Randazza, Sicily: a "suicide point" for Hitler's men. Churchill is in Quebec with Roosevelt. Stalin is not present. The Japanese have made another peace offer to China. The R. A. F. is active over Germany again tonight. Ten million Germans are being evacuated. Mr. Heatter analyzes what Russia wants and why Stalin was absent from Quebec. "Speak up, Mr. Stalin!" Gabriel Heatter. 9:21. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

69524. Gabriel Heatter. August 13, 1943. Mutual net. There is a continuing ban on pleasure driving, at least through September 1st. "This was Hitler's blackest Friday of all." A new Russian offensive against Smolensk has begun. The conquest of Sicily is almost complete. Hitler may successfully evacuate half his men in Sicily. Wild gossip: Mussolini tried to escape by submarine, but the sub was sunk. Gabriel Heatter. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69522. Gabriel Heatter. August 17, 1943. Mutual net. Algeria Radio has broadcast, "Prepare for invasion!" A summary of casualties and losses on both sides after the battle of Sicily. Mr. Heatter praises General Eisenhower's ability to get the Allies to fight as one army. Gabriel Heatter, Marshall Dane (announcer). 11:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69523. Gabriel Heatter. August 18, 1943. Mutual net. "We are inside Fortress Europa tonight." The inasion of Sicily is complete, southern France was bombed today. Gabriel Heatter. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69501. Gabriel Heatter. August 19, 1943. Mutual net. The president will speak next week, after the Quebec conference concludes. Mr. Heatter predicts what "The Declaration Of Quebec" will contain. He speculates about a possible invasion, saying it may be a matter of days now. "This is it!" Gabriel Heatter. 9:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69487. Gabriel Heatter. August 25, 1943. Mutual net. General Louis Montbatten has been appointed new Commandant of the British forces in the far East. This was decided at the Quebec Conference, as was the decision to have Rome not be an "Open City." The Germans are retreating from Karkov. Gabriel Heatter. 9:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69503. Gabriel Heatter. August 30, 1943. Mutual net. There has been a bad train wreck of the Lackawana Limited in upstate New York. O. P. A. enforcement of the pleasure driving ban is to end tonight. Mr. Heatter admits to not being in condition tonight (and sounds it, he starts the program clearing his throat). The Germans are writing a chapter of horror in Denmark tonight. Why Hitler's name should be "Almost Hitler." Munich is being evacuated tonight. Gabriel Heatter. 9:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69500. Gabriel Heatter. September 3, 1943. Mutual net. General Montgomery has taken his objectives and the invasion of Italy is on! We command every mile of Italy's coastline and all the skies over Italy. There have been heavy Japanese shipping losses in the Pacific. Gabriel Heatter. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69336. Gabriel Heatter. September 9, 1943. Mutual net. Three Italian warships have left Italian ports, heading for Allied forces. An unidentified plane has dropped a bomb on Rome. "War between Italy and Germany may not be far away." General Clark is attacking Naples. Gabriel Heatter. 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69499. Gabriel Heatter. September 14, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. The battle of Naples is continuing, General Clark may have retreated. Radio Berlin says Mussolini will rule Italy again. Is Hitler lying? Is Mussolini dead? German men over fifty years of age have been ordered to return for military duty. Gabriel Heatter. 9:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69498. Gabriel Heatter. September 19, 1943. Mutual net. It appears that the Wheeler resolution, deferring fathers from the draft, is heading for defeat. Seventy five percent of Hamburg's war capacity has been destroyed by six raids. Hitler has been forced to remove troops from Russia. "Italy will be the major battlefield for the rest of this year." Mr. Heatter describes the fighting near Salerno. Krasnograd and other cities are back in Russian hands. Gabriel Heatter. 8:51. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69495. Gabriel Heatter. September 22, 1943. Mutual net. There is fighting oing on in Corsica. "Old Glory flies on Corsica and all is well." The Russians are advancing toward Kiev. Mr. Heatter analyzes the confusion surrounding war jobs and the draft eligibility of men with children. Gabriel Heatter. 9:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69489. Gabriel Heatter. September 26, 1943. Mutual net. General Clark is driving ahead toward Naples. Hitler's armies are evacuating Kiev and starting to leave Russia. "The gates to the West are open: the road to Berlin." Mr. Heatter gives four reasons why Germany is doomed and a rundown of black market prices in Nazi Germany today. Gabriel Heatter. 9:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69488. Gabriel Heatter. September 28, 1943. Mutual net. The battle for Kiev is raging tonight. Mr. Heatter speculates about the next meeting among Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin. Gabriel Heatter. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69504. Gabriel Heatter. October 1, 1943. Mutual net. "General MacArthur has struck again." "Africa has been turned into a giant aircraft carrier." Ten German U-Boats have sunk many Allied ships in the Atlantic. Naples has been liberated. "Hitler may be in personal command at Kiev...this is where we stand." Gabriel Heatter. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69494. Gabriel Heatter. October 24, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. The German radio reports an air raid has taken place on Vienna. The submarine "Durado" is overdue and presumed lost. Germany is short of fighting men in Russia. Progress is being made at the Moscow conference. Gabriel Heatter. 9:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

69514. Gabriel Heatter. October 29, 1943. Mutual net. President Roosevelt will take no action in the coal strike until Monday. MacArthur has made more advances in the Solomon Islands. "Something important is up...in the Mediterranean." The Moscow Conference has doomed Hitler's hope for a separate peace (with Russia). Gabriel Heatter. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69509. Gabriel Heatter. November 1, 1943. Mutual net. "We have landed on Bougainville!" "The president has carried the war to John L. Lewis." "Germany will hold out half as long as you thought," now that the Moscow Conference has given them the "unconditional surrender" ultimatum. Mr. Heatter predicts that Russia will stand by our side in the fight against Japan. Gabriel Heatter. 10:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69490. Gabriel Heatter. November 2, 1943. Mutual net. It's too early for meaningful election returns. A naval battle has been fought with the Japanese. An unconfirmed report has Berlin declaring a state of emergency. There's little hope of any coal mining tomorrow. "An entire German front in Russia has disappeared." King Victor Emanuel (of Italy) may abdicate at any moment. Gabriel Heatter. 11:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69493. Gabriel Heatter. November 5, 1943. Mutual net. A bulletin has been received from General MacArthur: nineteen Japanese warships are sailing to battle American forces near Raboul. News of a coal strike settlement may come at any time. Russian tropps are in the suburbs of Kiev tonight. There are rumor of violence in Mannheim. A prophetic pregnant elephant in Germany may indicate that peace is near! Gabriel Heatter. 10:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69506. Gabriel Heatter. November 7, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. There is heavy fighting for the second day near Raboul. Mr. Heatter predicts, "We'll be in Rome before the end of November." There is a rumor that Hungary, Roumania and Bulgaria have asked for surrender terms. King Victor Emanuel (of Italy) may abdicate next week. There is a rumor from Sweden that emergency directions have been given to top Nazi officials in the event anything "unexpected" happens. Gabriel Heatter. 10:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69492. Gabriel Heatter. November 8, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Donald Nelson has just announced that Russia will repay all Lend-Lease loans in full. On the twentieth anniversary of his beer hall "putsch," Hitler has been forced to threaten Germans within his own country. "There is drama brewing inside Germany tonight." Railroad workers are marking strike ballots tonight. The stock market is panicking with the possibility of peace. There have been advances made in Italy. Gabriel Heatter. 10:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69512. Gabriel Heatter. November 11, 1943. Mutual net. General Clark is on the road to Rome. Muenster Germany was today's target. To date, fourteen billion dollars has been allocated to Lend-Lease. Mr. Heatter comments about Lend-Lease and world peace. A Japanese destroyer has just been sunk off New Britain. Gabriel Heatter. 11:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76255. Gabriel Heatter. November 14, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Two-hundred and twenty tons of bombs have been dropped on Madang. An attack is being made on Bougainville. The Germans are counter-attacking, "but our lines hold." "Keep your flag high." Hitler is burning Sevastopol before leaving the city. "The chips are down" for the Germans in the Ukraine. Goebbels promises "new secret weapons." Heatter reviews previous Nazi "secret weapons." What should "Lend-Lease" be called? He asks listeners for suggestions. Scientists promise a new automobile tire, punture-proof and good for one hundred thousand miles. A portrait of older war workers. Gabriel Heatter, Marshall Dane (announcer). 12:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

68464. Gabriel Heatter. November 24, 1943. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. Four Japanese destroyers have been sunk. Four thousand Japanese soldiers on Tarawa have been killed. The battle of the Gilbert Islands is over, the Marshall Islands may be next. Berlin has been bombed again, the third night in a row. The Germans threaten the use of their secret weapon of reprisal. The story of Chamberlain's umbrella. Mr. Heatter describes how the German war criminals were lightly punished after the first war. He asks if these war criminals will get away with it as well. A prophetic question! The Nuremberg trials after the war had results very close to Mr. Heatter's predictions. Gabriel Heatter. 13:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68470. Gabriel Heatter. November 25, 1943. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. "The Russians may have scored another great victory." Two Japanese counter-attacks have been repulsed with heavy Japanese losses. German peace rumors abound. General Montgomery has advanced against the Germans. There have been ten thousand American casualties in Italy to date. Fires in Berlin are still out of control. Mr. Heatter recalls his son's empty room on Thanksgiving day. He complains that Fascists are being released from prison in Britain. Gabriel Heatter. 10:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69397. Gabriel Heatter. November 26, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Berlin has been bombed for the fifth night in a row. Breman has also been bombed. "Our dead will be avenged." We're sinking one Jap ship a day. Mr. Heatter taunts Berlin, "Where's your secret weapon? When?" Allied bombers have attacked Formosa. Heatter comments on the General Patton "slapping" incident. What is "Mr. Jones and his wife, Mary" supposed to do about the rising cost of living? Gabriel Heatter. 12:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69389. Gabriel Heatter. December 5, 1943. Mutual net. An offensive is beginning in Italy. A large U-Boat battle has taken place in the Atlantic. Six German submarines have been sunk; no Allied ships have been lost. Three Japanese counter-attacks in New Guinea have been repulsed. The Germans are tense, waiting for news from Teheran. "December will be a month of tense waiting for us all." Mr. Heatter speculates as to the German reaction when the conference ends. "I reject every word of Communism, but I would polish Mr. Stalin's shoes if it would help end the war." Gabriel Heatter. 12:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68462. Gabriel Heatter. December 7, 1943. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. It was announced only ninety minutes ago, Roosevelt and Churchill have met in Cairo. As German troops race towards the Turkish border, Turkey has announced support of the Allied cause. Hitler's troops seem to be failing at Kiev. An eloquent plea for food subsidies and the white collar worker. Gabriel Heatter. 12:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68463. Gabriel Heatter. December 8, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic, Kreml Shampoo. Good and bad news from Kiev. Heavy fighting in the Marshall Islands, six Japanese ships and seventy two Japanese planes have been destroyed. Civil war is taking place in Czechoslovakia, Tito vs. the Chetniks. Heatter waxes eloquently describing the battle for Monastary Mountain near Rome. He tells an emotional story about a mother's search for her son, whose plane is missing and who has been declared dead. Good radio writing! Gabriel Heatter. 12:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

69394. Gabriel Heatter. December 9, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Allied shipping losses for November were the lowest since May, 1940. Only seventeen merchant mariners were killed. There have been advances in the Pacific and China. "We're not a nation of half-wits." How long will the Jap continue to fight? Five years? One hundred years? "Turn the war of nerves on the enemy!" Gabriel Heatter. 10:05. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Otherwise complete.

68459. Gabriel Heatter. December 12, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Frank Singiser substituting for Gabriel Heatter. There has been heavy fighting near Kiev. The Germans have fallen back, but they are now advancing again. Russia is entering into a pact with Tito. Political developments in Bulgaria, Phillip Murray calls for use of some steel for civilian purposes. The Brookings Institution predicts Germany will surrender by the end of 1944. Japan will surrender one year later. A Japanese counter-attack in Bougainville has been repulsed. Frank Singiser, Marshall Dane (announcer). 12:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

68460. Gabriel Heatter. December 15, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. Frank Singiser substitutes for Gabriel Heatter (who is out sick). The invasion of New Britain may be near, the battle near Kiev is a stand-off. A daring Canadian patrol in Italy has captured an important officer. American bombers have attacked Athens and Pireaus. The "Victory Tax" may be retained. A railroad strike is possible. Dan McCullough, on leave from Mutual, is interviewed about being an Air Transport Command navigator for Northeast Airlines, flying the Atlantic. He returned to Mutual after the war and was on the air many years (at least until 1951). Frank Singiser, Marshall Dane (announcer), Dan McCullough. 12:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76109. Gabriel Heatter. December 19, 1943. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Winston Churchill has recovered from pneumonia again. The railroad strike has not yet been settled. Comments on the battle of San Pietro, Italy. Heatter effusively thanks Frank Singiser for standing in for him while he was ill. MacArthur reports "good news from New Britain." Heatter praises the general. A good example of Heatter's style. Gabriel Heatter. 12:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76106. Gabriel Heatter. December 23, 1943. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Fourteen Japanese planes have been downed near New Guinea. Attacks by the British have been made on Hitler's "rocket gun" emplacements in France. Two hundred-forty German tanks have been lost in two days. Nazi troops are leaving Russia by way of Bulgaria. "This will be America's winter of desperate waiting." Marshal Smutz is wrong when he says, "The French will never be a great power again." Gabriel Heatter. 11:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76270. Gabriel Heatter. December 26, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol (recommended usage: for ladies' hands!). The German dreadnaught "Schoenhorst" has been sunk. MacArthur announces three Japanese ships have been sunk. The Russians are only sixty miles from Poland. There is a serious typhoid epidemic in Naples. Heatter graphically describes the air heroism of Lieutenant Commander Edward O'Hare, who battled nine Japanese Zeroes, protecting the aircraft carrier "Lexington." The Chicago airport would eventually be named in his honor. Gabriel Heatter. 12:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76274. Gabriel Heatter. December 27, 1943. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The army is running the nation's railroads as of two hours ago. The steel strike may spread. The lights go out in the studio while Heatter is on the air. After about fifteen seconds of silence, Heatter calls for a match and continues. The "Schoenhorst" has been sunk. The lights must have gone out again, as Heatter then pleads, "Will somebody please bring me a candle?" Eisenhower says, "We'll win in Europe in 1944." The lights come on, then go out again, while he's reading the commercial. Real radio! Gabriel Heatter. 12:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

76262. Gabriel Heatter. January 3, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. General Arnold reports that we lost three hundred and fifty planes at Pearl Harbor. A destroyer has exploded in New York harbor. "The Battle Of Berlin" is almost over, the city has been destroyed. "Berlin is gone." The Russians have advanced into Poland. Gabriel Heatter. 12:22. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

76268. Gabriel Heatter. January 7, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The wife of former president Herbert Hoover just died an hour ago. Forty-two German planes have been shot down. A message to anyone on strike tonight: "There's Fascism in our backyard." Hitler's troops in Russia seem to have waited too long. Russia and Poland have split; "It's looks bad." "There goes the second League of Nations." Gabriel Heatter. 12:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

76135. Gabriel Heatter. January 9, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. The Russians and Americans are advancing at Cassino. Hitler is attacking us through Bolivia and Argentina. "Chancellor Hitler is a raving lunatic." Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer). 12:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76276. Gabriel Heatter. January 10, 1944. Mutual net. "Russia has made a great blunder declairng the border with 'White Russia' (Poland) not a matter for discussion." "The Russian wedge is cutting into German lines." "The Nazi beast is being cut to pieces." Count Ciano has been tried, found guilty and possibly already shot. Gabriel Heatter. 12:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76138. Gabriel Heatter. January 11, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Hitler has a new fighter base on the coast of France. Daylight bombing is hurting Germany. Will the new National Service Act be forced labor? Soldiers are to be given the right to vote. Mustering out pay. Will it be $300 or $500? Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (commercial spokesman). 13:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76204. Gabriel Heatter. January 13, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The program is possibly dated January 16, 1944. Poland's government in exile has requested a meeting with and recognition by Russia. Russian forces have advanced near Pinsk. It's a matter of a Russian general against a German general. "Not since mankind has begun his war on Earth has there been this much drama." Has Hitler fired his first "rocket controlled bomb" on London? "Some part of Germany is being bombed right now." Gabriel Heatter. 12:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76272. Gabriel Heatter. January 16, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. Fighting near Leninberg, Poland continues. "Hill 660" on Cape Gloucester is now in the hands of the Marines. There have been advances in Cassino. Today is the first anniversary of Admiral Doenitz's command of German U-Boats. There has been heavy bombing of Sofia, bulgaria. is $300 enough as a mustering out bonus? Is $500? Gabriel Heatter. 12:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79839. Gabriel Heatter. January 20, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpoaste. "The target for tonight is Berlin." The third air attack on Raboul has taken place, twenty-one Japanese planes were shot down. Victorious Russian troops are at Novograd; Russia backs down on the issue of separate peace talks. "Strikes betray a man in uniform." MacArthur will continue to command even past his sixty-fourth birthday. Gabriel Heatter. 12:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79832. Gabriel Heatter. January 23, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol (commercials mostly deleted). "The march to Rome is on." "We're behind Hitler's lines...we're moving ahead." Gossip: the president will veto the tax bill. There is no enthusiasm for a national service law. The dispute about mustering out pay continues. $500 is insulting! Gabriel Heatter. 12:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79459. Gabriel Heatter. January 24, 1944. Mutual net. "We've cut the Appian Way to Rome." "We are not the ones who are caught." Where is Mussolini tonight? Fifty-one Japanese planes have been shot down, we've lost thirteen planes. Twenty-four German planes have been shot down in Europe, we've lost thirteen. Bolivia's new government will not be recognized by the United States. The Nazis have seized all the church bells in Belgium: a Heatteresque essay. Gabriel Heatter. 12:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79454. Gabriel Heatter. January 26, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. A dramatic battle is taking place in Congress. President Roosevelt wants a federal absentee ballot for servicemen. A summary of Japanese losses, twenty-thousand tons of bombs have been dropped on Germany since the first of the year. Argentina has severed diplomatic relations with Germany, thanks to the efforts of Cordell Hull. We are expecting a counter-attack in Italy. What we really happened before we invaded Italy? Heatter reveals the events before the invasion for the first time on the air. Gabriel Heatter. 12:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79468. Gabriel Heatter. January 28, 1944. Mutual net. Hitler is preparing a counter-attack south of Rome. Twenty-two Japanese planes were shot down at Raboul. "We're moving in, somewhere." A summary of Japanese butchery and atrocities is given by Mr. Heatter. "Any man who is not yet in this war with all his heart is not coming in." Heatter tells an exciting story about the Marine Corps using human bait to locate a Japanese sniper. Great radio! Gabriel Heatter. 12:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79831. Gabriel Heatter. January 30, 1944. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Barbasol (commercials mostly deleted). "The war came to the Nazi and Jap today...on wings of wrath!" Hitler's speech today, on the seventh anniversary of his rise to power, ran only twenty-two minutes. Germany is moving its capitol from Berlin. "Do we really know the Jap on the warpath?" Gabriel Heatter. 12:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

76289. Gabriel Heatter. February 1, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. Fifty-thousand Marines are ashore at Tarawa and The Marshall Islands. One-hundred-and-twelve Japanese planes have been shot down. The Russians may have crossed into Estonia. British troops are only fifteen miles from Rome. The Nazi "Incendiary Squad" is burning everything of value in Italy. "The vandals are on the march." Gabriel Heatter. 12:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79449. Gabriel Heatter. February 4, 1944. Mutual net, WPDQ, Jacksonville, Florida origination. Sponsored by: Kreml (commercials partially deleted). "There will be no more Tarawas (in the Pacific)." The "battle for Rome" continues after twelves weeks. Twnety-five of our planes were shot down over Germany, only twelve enemy planes. Mr. Heatter complains about those who have protested to General Marshall about using flame throwers against the Japanese. There is growing civilian unrest in Germany. Heatter mentions that he's been broadcasting from Florida for the last three weeks. A letter from a nurse in an evacuation hosptial. Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer). 12:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79466. Gabriel Heatter. February 7, 1944. Mutual net. Five offensives against the Germans are in progress. We've lost 286 men in the Marshall Islands, the Japanese have lost more than eight thousand! Where are the planes Hitler promised Finland? They're defending Berlin! Japanese atrocities on prisoners of war are described: "To hell with world opinion." Our (Italian) beach-head holds, but our position may be serious. "I think this bridgehead will hold." Gabriel Heatter. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79502. Gabriel Heatter. February 8, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. We've lost twenty-five planes over Germany. Mr. Heatter recommends that Finland make peace with Russia. If Turkey intends to join the war, it will have to do so soon. So many Germans are trapped in Russia that the exact number doesn't really matter. General Mark Clark has taken possesion of "a part" of Cassino. "We are holding our own." Congressional compromise is expected on the federal absentee ballot for serviceman overseas. Fighting on Kwajalein has ended after nine days. "Japan (is) barracading for the storming storm." Gabriel Heatter. 12:58. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

79501. Gabriel Heatter. February 9, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml. "We've advanced only a half a block after fighting all day in Cassino." What is forcing Hitler to help Mussolini? Mr. Heatter reads an emotional essay about the destruction left in Russia as the Germans retreat. "All Russia is a chorus of fury tonight." On the domestic front, "stormy days are ahead." Mussolini has invaded the sanctity of the Church. Gabriel Heatter. 12:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79498. Gabriel Heatter. February 10, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Perhaps the greatest air battle of the war has been fought. We bombed Brunswick and shot down eighty-four planes. MacArthur has advanced in New Guinea after five months. We hold two blocks in Cassino after eight days of fighting. "The bridgehead holds!" "If I were Stalin, I'd make peace with Finland." Charlie Chaplin has been indicted by a grand jury for conspiracy and violation of the Mann Act. Gabriel Heatter. 9:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79768. Gabriel Heatter. February 13, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Russia and Finland are discussing peace terms. Hitler has bombed Jerusalem; no casualties reported. Six Allied planes have been shot down over France, the Germans lost seven. The beachhead in Italy is holding. It's touch-and-go in Cassino; a battle of grim endurance. Gabriel Heatter. 12:31. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

79817. Gabriel Heatter. February 20, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. Many German planes have been shot down during a bombing attack on Leipzig. It was "twenty-four-hours Hitler will never forget." 201 Japanese planes have been destroyed. Eniwetok was captured in six hours. General MacArthur reports thirteen planes shot down at Raboul. The battle continues at Cassino. Rommel is no "desert fox...he's a rat!" There are thirty thousand "psychic casualties" a month in the armed services. Comments on the "Baruch Plan." Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer). 11:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79804. Gabriel Heatter. March 2, 1944. Mutual net. Reinforcements have landed on the Admiralty Islands...all is well. Governor Dewey may make a statement about the Lepke case. Only fifteen hundred yards remain in German hands at Cassino. Six-hundred bombers attacked Stuttgart, only four were lost. Stalain has said that victory would not be possible without Lend-Lease. There's disappointment at Turkey's continuing neutrality. Gabriel Heatter. 9:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79862. Gabriel Heatter. March 4, 1944. Mutual net. Dewey is ahead in Wisconsin, with only one precinct reporting. Good news from Genertal MacArthur: 288 Japanese planes were destroyed on Hollandia. There's been no verdict in the Charlie Chaplin trial. Bucharest has been attacked by a coalition of United States and Russian forces. De Gaulle is now the civil and military head of the free French government. The Japanese have sounded an air raid warning in Manila. Bulletin: Charlie Chaplin has been found not guilty! Gabriel Heatter. 12:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79447. Gabriel Heatter. March 5, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Berlin has been bombed three times in the last twenty-four hours. Good news from General MacArthur. The new Russian offensive is spectacular news. Will we win the war on war itself? Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer). 12:38. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

79809. Gabriel Heatter. March 6, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Seventy-nine American planes are missing after a bombing raid on Berlin. The target was the Bosch Magneto Works. Frankfort may be the next target. Can we force a German surrender without an invasion? The Russians have cut the German railroad line to Odessa. Zhukov is on the march. There have been twenty-four thousand German casualties on the beachhead near Rome. General Stillwell is advancing inside Burma. Will Finland continue to fight against Russia? Gabriel Heatter. 12:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79792. Gabriel Heatter. March 6, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Commercials deleted.. The situation on the beachhead below Rome is improving. Is Berlin being abandoned? 950 Nazi planes have been shot down in February. The Germans have lost more submarines than Allied shipping. The British coal strike is spreading. Brigidier General Graves is missing in action (he's the thirteenth general missing or killed). Poland is refusing to yield to the Russians, who have opened another offensive. A debate on the uses of the Italian warships. Heatter says, "Why not send the ships to Russia?" However, there are political considerations. "The silence of Tehran comes up like thunder." Gabriel Heatter. 12:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79801. Gabriel Heatter. March 7, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. General MacArthur reports a new advance in the Pacific. "Two thousand Japs are now hopelessly trapped in north Burma. "Berlin is whining, 'We're outnumbered'." It was "Bloody Monday" in Berlin yesterday. The Absentee Ballot For Servicement debate continues, New Jersey is considering "Absentee Weddings." Our navy now has 944 warships. Gabriel Heatter. 12:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79802. Gabriel Heatter. March 8, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. Eighty-three German planes were shot down during a bombing run on a German ball-bearing factory. We used two thousand planes! Russia has rejected Poland's request for a temporary border settlement. German reinforcements are reported en route to the front lines in Italy. "We are ready for them." A description of the fighting on Tarawa and at Cassino. Gabriel Heatter. 12:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79784. Gabriel Heatter. March 10, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. The government of Eire has declined to expell German diplomats and spies, despite the request to do so by the United States. The situation in Argentina is confused. Russian troops are nearing Odessa and Roumania. Goering is to be ousted as German air chief. "More good news from General MacArthur." The world's first twelve-thousand pound bomb has been built in Britain...and used. Gabriel Heatter. 12:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79797. Gabriel Heatter. March 12, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Travel between England and Eire has been suspended. Twenty-six Jap planes have been shot down over New Guinea. German retreats in Russia and the Balkans are summarized. Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer). 12:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79493. Gabriel Heatter. March 13, 1944. Mutual net. There has been a Japanese counter-attack on Bougainville. One thousand Japanese were killed. MacArthur's counter-attack was successful. President Roosevelt will sonn make a statement about occupational deferments. Bombers are over Germany right now. Russia has recognized the new government in Italy. There's a new kind of refugee army tonight...the friends of Hitler. Russia has turned down Finland's count-offer for peace. The Germans are preparing for the next war, even before this one's been lost!" Gabriel Heatter. 12:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79825. Gabriel Heatter. March 16, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Seventy-six Nazi planes may have been shot down over Germany today. We lost twenty-two bombers and thirteen fighters during the raid. We're half-way up the hill at Cassino. Nikolaev (Ukraine) is surrounded on three sides. "This is more than a German retreat, it's journey's end." Gabriel Heatter. 12:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79821. Gabriel Heatter. March 17, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. New rulings from the War Production Board about draft deferments. Finland may not sign a peace traty with Russia. Mr. Heatter gives his views about a "United Nations" protecting smaller countries. Gabriel Heatter. 12:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79816. Gabriel Heatter. March 22, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. Good news from General MacArthur. "Jap troops in India? Don't lose any sleep over it!" Only anti-aircraft guns defended Berlin during today's bombing run. The Russians are twenty miles from Roumania. Rome will be an "open city." A heart-warming story about a cocker spaniel at war. Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer, briefly). 12:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79840. Gabriel Heatter. March 23, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. There's a new Quisling reported in India. He's leading a Japanese regiment. Jim Jordan (Fibber McGee) has been hospitalized with pneumonia. Mussolini is another one who managed to get away. Mt. Vesuvius is now erupting. Roumania is being "friendly occupied" by the Germans. Most men with occupational deferments will be called. Lend-Lease will be extended for one more year. Hitler is planning a new trick...a sham invasion of England! Gabriel Heatter. 12:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79827. Gabriel Heatter. March 24, 1944. Mutual net. Berlin is being bombed tonight. Nazi bombers are over London. The Japs are pulling back in India; there have been twenty-eight Japanese ships sunk this week. "Jews in Hungary and Roumania face persecution tonight." "Hitler's promised land is back in Russian hands tonight." "Dead space, dead Nazis." Ten-year old French boys are to be questioned about their ideology by the Gestapo. Gabriel Heatter. 12:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79829. Gabriel Heatter. March 26, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Commercial deleted. Six governors will not permit use of a federal "compromise" ballot. "Good news from New Guinea." Mt. Vesuvius is erupting. Russian troops are now in Roumania. "The war in Russia is over." There is hard going near Cassino. "The experts agree that 750 mph is as fast as any plane will ever fly." The date is subject to correction. Gabriel Heatter. 12:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79798. Gabriel Heatter. March 26, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Russian troops are moving into Roumania. "Darkness falls over the Balkans." Praise for Churchill's speech today. An underground tunnel has been found in use by the Germans in Cassino. The date is subject to correction (Churchill did indeed speak on March 26, 1944). Gabriel Heatter. 12:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79785. Gabriel Heatter. March 27, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. Radio Berlin reports that the Russian army is driving forward toward Warsaw. "The Russians are marching on Warsaw." We've been stopped at Cassino on the Anzio beachhead. A tribute to Tito and the Yugoslavian underground. There's been mass hari kari on Bougainville. Gabriel Heatter. 12:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79779. Gabriel Heatter. March 28, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Three more Nazi airfields were hit today. The Germans are evacuating Odessa. If true, the war in Russia is over. Russian troops are only forty miles from Czecheslovakia. Comments on the draft, deferments and manpower needs. An essay about men missing in action. Gabriel Heatter. 13:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79886. Gabriel Heatter. March 31, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The jury is still out in the Lonigan trial. Truk has been bombed again. MacArthur's pledge to come back to Manila never looked better. The Russians are only thirty-eight miles from Odessa. Ninety-four bombers are missing after a bombing raid on Nuremberg. Gabriel Heatter. 12:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79860. Gabriel Heatter. April 2, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. "Odessa is on fire." Bucharest is under martial law. Truk has been bombed eight times in four days. A setback at Cassino. "This can be the year of decision, if we all do our part." Gabriel Heatter. 12:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79878. Gabriel Heatter. April 3, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Eleven new atolls in the Marshalls have been conquered, other advances in the Pacific are described. Budapest has been bombed again as Soviet troops advance. Zhukov is "The Miracle Man Of Moscow" and is on his way to Warsaw. "Hitler's war on Russia is completely over." Gabriel Heatter. 12:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79879. Gabriel Heatter. April 6, 1944. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste, Penetro Nose Drops (local, partial). "We have reached our manpower goal of 7,770,000 men in the army. The German's are retreating from Odessa, the Russians are only nine miles away. British strikes have been averted. "America's problem is manpower, wisely used." Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer). 12:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79863. Gabriel Heatter. April 7, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Eighteen American flyers are missing after an attack on Palau. "Seventy-two hours of disaster (that) Tojo will long remember." "Lord, give us more men like Omar Bradley." The program concludes with a heart-warming essay about an abandoned dog. Gabriel Heatter. 12:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79883. Gabriel Heatter. April 10, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. "This is disaster." Hitler's men have moved out (of Odessa) without a fight. Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer). 852. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79864. Gabriel Heatter. April 11, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. General MacArthur is running up an impressive vote count in Indiana. The Russians have advanced in the Crimea. Sixty-four Allied bombers and sixteen Allied fighters are missing over Germany tonight. Eisenhower said, "We'll win this war in 1944...if everyone does his part." The son of Governor Lehman (New York) has been killed in an air crash. Most men under age twenty-six will lose their deferments. A portrait of abundance on the home front. Gabriel Heatter. 12:33. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79865. Gabriel Heatter. April 14, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. A bulletin just in: Russia's General Vontutin (?) has been killed. The Crimea is an unhealthy place for Nazis tonight. When peace comes, round-trip air fare from London to New York for the weekend will be $50. Word has come in about a new Nazi bullet that freezes everything it touches! Gabriel Heatter. 12:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79866. Gabriel Heatter. April 16, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. "Russian troops are in the suburbs of Sevastopol, or, only four hundred miles from winning the war." MacArthur says, "I do not seek the office of president." How does Eisenhower feel about De Gaulle? What will happen inside Germany if the Russians arrive in Berlin before Eisenhower? Gabriel Heatter. 12:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79907. Gabriel Heatter. April 17, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The Russians are only one mile from Sevastapol. "There's absolute chaos in Roumania." "This is no ordinary news." Berlin has said, "The invasion of Europe cannot be far away." Howard Hughes has flown a Lockheed Costellation across the country in record time. Gabriel Heatter. 12:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79781. Gabriel Heatter. April 18, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Ninety percent of Germans are sure Eisenhower will soon invade the continent. "They're grim in Britain tonight." "Expect it (the invasion) in six weeks or less" (a very good guess). An essay on the war. "You're not fighting just any enemy." At least forty-thousand Germans are trapped at Sevastopol. Gabriel Heatter. 12:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79780. Gabriel Heatter. April 19, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. Difficult news: Polo player Tommy Hancock has been killed. There are still Nazi troops in Rome. It's Hitler's fifty-fifth birthday today. An essay on the coming end of Hitler and his plans. Portal-to-portal pay for coal miners. Lend-Lease is up for renewal. Gabriel Heatter. 12:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79936. Gabriel Heatter. April 20, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. The military wants men classified 4-F to be drafted for war-essential jobs. Eight thousand planes have dropped eleven thousand tons of bombs on Europe in the last twenty-four hours. Hitler is fifty-five years old today. Mr. Heatter refers to the Japanese as, "ignorant savages." An essay about the the right to strike during wartime. Gabriel Heatter. 12:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79926. Gabriel Heatter. April 21, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. A new post-war international finance plan has been proposed. Two generals have been re-assigned by Hiter. General Patton may command forces during the invasion, despite his "losing his temper." Heatter is "shocked" by the figures of labor turnover in war jobs. What is it like inside Germany? Are they really a "Master Race?" Gabriel Heatter. 12:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79935. Gabriel Heatter. April 23, 1944. Mutual net. "Old Glory flies tonight on Dutch New Guinea." There may soon be a break in the Montgomery-Ward situation. The Germans are concerned that Eisenhower may soon invade and the Russians may invade from the east. Heatter complains that Congress has yet to act on a veterans bill. Gabriel Heatter. 12:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79957. Gabriel Heatter. April 25, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Germany has bombed two towns in England. MacArthur reports fighting on Hollandia. There may be trouble tonight in Denmark: Hitler's hangmen and executioners are busy. There has been no move by President Roosevelt in the Montgomery-Ward matter. A new idea from Britain: a light plastic to be used for eyeglass lenses. Mr. Heatter tells a heartbreaking story about an abandoned dog. Gabriel Heatter. 12:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79963. Gabriel Heatter. April 26, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. Values for ration stamps for butter, margarine and lamb have been reduced. The president of Montgomery-Ward has been removed by troops. Electrifying news: Australian troops have captured Madang! There have been other advances in the Pacific. Mr. Heatter expects Japanese soldiers, starving from lack of food, to crawl to a hand grenade and end it. Hitler believes the invasion is imminent. "It's too bad General Patton doesn't leave speech-making to others." Goebbels must have been pleased when Patton said, "The world ought to be run by America, Britain and Russia." Gabriel Heatter. 12:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79939. Gabriel Heatter. April 27, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. "There's good news tonight!" (He finally said it!). General MacArthur has captured Hollandia. China needs help and needs it badly. Bombers are going out over Europe twice in one day. "Invasion may come on May 1st." The Montgomery-Ward case has gone to court. The fall of Sevastapol will come soon. The men of France are ready to rise. Heatter repeats coded messages to the French underground! Gabriel Heatter. 12:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79919. Gabriel Heatter. April 28, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml. "There's not even a faint hope of conciliation in the Montogomery-Ward conflict. "It will be a fight to the finish." The Secretary of the Navy, Frank Knox, died today. An essay on "Equality of Sacrifice." Advances behind Tojo's lines. All's well on Hollandia. The Japanese line to Mandalay is ablaze. Harsh words for General Petain. Gabriel Heatter. 12:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79921. Gabriel Heatter. April 30, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. "MacArthur and Nimitz are on the march again." There have been sixteen consecutive nights of air attacks on Europe. A lottery: when will the invasion come? The Montgomery-Ward conflict will go to a vote on Tuesday or Wednesday. Russian troops will soon enter Czechoslovakia. The story of the Barbara-B-11" a flying fortress trying to return to base with only two engines. Gabriel Heatter. 12:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79914. Gabriel Heatter. May 1, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The bombing of Germany continues tonight. Hitler has a "surprise blow" up his sleeve...but he's too late! Our losses have been extremely light in New Guinea. A ruling in the Montgomery-Ward case will soon be given. Heatter summarizes the company's position and the government's position. Gabriel Heatter. 8:56. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79915. Gabriel Heatter. May 2, 1944. Mutual net. Early election returns. A German spokesman says that there will be no more bombing raids on England. A summary of Pacific victories, there has been a different air raid on Germany every hour around the clock. The Montgomery-Ward case continues. What are the limits of the president's wartime powers? "This is Hitler's night of great humiliation. Franco is forced to meed our demands." Gabriel Heatter. 12:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79925. Gabriel Heatter. May 3, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. P. T. boats have seen action off the coast of Raboul. The bombing of Europe continues for the twentieth day. Hitler's railroads are unreliable. Meatless days are no longer compulsory; most meat rations have been lifted. We may soon have enough gasoline. Mr. Heatter feels $300 mustering out pay is not sufficient. Wartime is not the time for strikes and labor disputes. Gabriel Heatter. 12:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79923. Gabriel Heatter. May 7, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. The twenty-fourth night of the bombing of Europe is continuing. We've lost thirteen of the two thousand planes used. Is Hitler planning to attack us? What exactly does "Unconditional Surrender" mean? Striking workers may be helping Hitler. Gabriel Heatter. 12:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79917. Gabriel Heatter. May 8, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml (most of the commercial has been deleted). "The storm continues." Five thousand planes went out today, 119 Nazi planes were shot down. Chamberlain humbled himself, and now Germany is doomed to die. Criticism of the uncertainty facing draftable men under the age of twenty-six. Guam has been attacked again. The Russians are closing in on Sevastopol. The country's debt limit will be increased to $240 billion dollar. Gabriel Heatter. 12:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79922. Gabriel Heatter. May 11, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. There are new draft deferment rulings. Only men eighteen to twenty-five years old will be called. "This is a young man's war." Eisenhower has described occupation plans for Germany: "Military rule with an iron hand." Gabriel Heatter. 12:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79953. Gabriel Heatter. May 12, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. "Eisenhower was right, this war in Europe will be won this year." The battle of Italy begins. A strike in Detroit has forced the Packard plant to close. "Gentlemen, what are you thinking about?" Gabriel Heatter. 12:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79940. Gabriel Heatter. May 14, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol (commercial partially deleted). Chinese troops have counter-attacked. A summary of Allied advances around the world. What do some people mean when they refer to the coming invasion as, "The Big Show." The eleventh hour has struck. An essay on wartime mothers. Gabriel Heatter. 12:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79918. Gabriel Heatter. May 15, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Twenty thousand Chinese troops are attacking the Japanese, trying to join forces with General Stilwell. There is good flying weather in Italy...we're on the march. "The news is good in France. An assault is under way on 'The Adolf Hitler Line'." "This night belongs To France." Income taxes are going up. Static from an electrical storm is heard throughout the recording. Gabriel Heatter. 12:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79906. Gabriel Heatter. May 18, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. General MacArthur has struck again. The Detroit teamster's strike has been postponed. Istanbul is under martial law. Van Runstedt has replaced Rommel. A German general has been captured on Crete. An essay on the damage wartime strikes do to the fighting men. Gabriel Heatter. 12:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79952. Gabriel Heatter. May 19, 1944. Mutual net. 125 Nazi planes have been shot down over Berlin. Portal-to-portal pay for coal miners has been agreed to. "The Hitler Line" in Italy is crumbling. Polish soldiers are using their bare hands on Germans defending Cassino. Words of wisdom of from Jan Smutz. Forty-seven R. A. F. pilots were executed by the Nazis. Gabriel Heatter. 12:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79888. Gabriel Heatter. May 21, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Three thousand fighters and fighter-bombers were sent up in one day against Nazi railroads in occupied Europe. "I wish I had television tonight." A summary of advances in Italy. A bomb exploded only twenty-five feet from General Clark. "Retribution for Pearl Harbor against the Japs." The army has ended the strike at Montgomery-Ward. Do not cheer on D-Day. Mr. Heatter tells two stories of heroism in honor of National Maritime Day. Gabriel Heatter. 12:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79890. Gabriel Heatter. May 22, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. There's no word yet about the U. S. attack on Marquis Island in the Pacific. The Nazis are counter-attacking in Italy. An essay about "equality of sacrifice." Preparing for the coming invasion. Should military allotments be paid to unfaithful wives? The strange story of a Swiss bank director, who held a meeting all by himself, on behalf of The Bank For International Settlements. Gabriel Heatter. 12:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79911. Gabriel Heatter. May 23, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. U. S. advances in Rome. "This German army will be destroyed now. Nothing will save it." Mr. Heatter is in favor of a "G. I. Bill Of Rights." Four thousand Allied planes dropped fifty-five thousand tons of bombs on Europe. An eyewitness description of a two mile flight over occupied Europe. Only two-horse drawn vehicles were spotted, nothing else was moving. "The men of China are advancing to meet General Stilwell's forces." Gabriel Heatter. 12:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79941. Gabriel Heatter. May 26, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The Vichy French have announced that Germany will not defend Rome. Berlin is expecting an invasion at any time. Eighty Allied ships are off Gibraltar. China needs more of our aid. Gabriel Heatter. 12:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79954. Gabriel Heatter. May 29, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Six thousand planes attacked Germany yesterday. An objective on Biak Island has been captured. Germany has called in reinforcements from north of Rome. "You can't have fascism and peace. Don't let let up, Mr. Churchill." Mr. Heatter advocates raises for white collar workers, without needing government permission. Gabriel Heatter. 12:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79912. Gabriel Heatter. May 30, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. There has been savage fighting in the Pacific. Congress is in agreement with the plans of Cordell Hull. We are sixteen miles from Rome. Seven thousand five hundred Allied planes were in the air over Europe today. "This day's fury has surpassed anything ever known." Russia should go the aid of China, against the Japanese. An essay about stray dogs during a rabies epidemic in New York, and how these dogs can help fight the enemy! The story of Charles De Gaulle. Gabriel Heatter. 12:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79913. Gabriel Heatter. June 1, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. General MacArthur is meeting heavy opposition on Biak Island. When do we invade Europe? When do our boys come home? Gabriel Heatter. 13:06. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79969. Gabriel Heatter. June 2, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. "There's better news tonight." MacArthur advances on Biak, Hitler has failed to capture Randolph Churchill and Tito. There's an American air base inside Russia tonight! "This Superman legend is a fairy tale." The recording is marred by heavy atmospheric static. Gabriel Heatter. 12:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79967. Gabriel Heatter. June 4, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Allied troops are now in Rome. "I've been waiting a long, long time for this night!" "Twenty-one years of tyranny have come to an end." "Count on Eisenhower's statement, "We'll win the war this year." A strong broadcast, and a good example of Heatter's style. "There's a new concentration camp in Europe tonight: Bulgaria." Gabriel Heatter. 12:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80037. Gabriel Heatter. June 5, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. Several Japanese ships have been sunk or damaged near Biak Island. Fifteen thousand tons of bombs have been dropped on the point of France nearest England. Germany is likely to make a stand at Rimini, Italy. Our aircraft carrier, "The Block Island," has been sunk. The speech that President Roosevelt made tonight is summarized. "Fierce joy" is reported in liberated Rome. Mrs. Hess is suing for divorce. Is Mr. Hess insane? Gabriel Heatter. 12:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80040. Gabriel Heatter. June 6, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste (commercials suspended). 9:00 P. M. A bulletin just in quotes a Berlin report that an Allied force has invaded Greece. Hitler is in personal charge of the defending army in France. We could hardly ask for better news! The counter-attack may have begun in Normandy. "Everything is going according to plan." "Germany asked for it, Germany's going to get it!" "The brotherhood of man is on the march tonight!" It sounds as if Mr. Heatter chokes up at the end of an emotional broadcast. Gabriel Heatter. 14:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80064. Gabriel Heatter. June 7, 1944. Mutual net. The first town in France has been liberated. The Nazis are retreating in Italy, where forty thousand prisoners have been taken. In Italy, "Our news in good." "We are no longer afraid of victory." Gabriel Heatter. 9:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80065. Gabriel Heatter. June 9, 1944. Mutual net. "The Jap has suffered a disastrous defeat at Biak Isnalnd." We're now sixty miles past Rome. We're one third of the way across the Cherbourg peninsula. Rommel and Montgomery: "They have met before." Gabriel Heatter. 12:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79976. Gabriel Heatter. June 11, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. "Hitler's second surprise in a week: Leningrad!" We're seventy miles north of Rome. Three fronts are ablaze: Normandy, Italy and Leningrad! Seven thousand planes were behind Hitler's lines. American and British battleships fired from thirteen miles off-shore. Gabriel Heatter. 12:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79965. Gabriel Heatter. June 12, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. The words Hitler never wrote: "Churchill is on the Normandy beachhead." We flew ten thousand air sorties and took ten thousand prisoners...including Japs in Nazi uniforms! Mr. Heatter speaks eloquently about Allied fighting men. Heatter calls for a veteran's "Bill Of Rights." Gabriel Heatter. 12:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80089. Gabriel Heatter. June 14, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. We've had to yield ground in Normandy. We may be nearer to peace than you think. General De Gaulle is on his native soil again. "I wonder where Mussolini is tonight? The poor fool!" The Germans may surrender by January. Gabriel Heatter. 12:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80090. Gabriel Heatter. June 15, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. U.S. bombers raided Kyushu today. Our version: Tokyo was among the cities that were bombed. "Old Glory now flies over Saipan." Praise for the B-29 "Flying Fortress;" our revenge for Pearl Harbor. We've gained ground on the road to Cherbourg. 783 children in New York City were found to have no cavities. Gabriel Heatter. 12:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79905. Gabriel Heatter. June 16, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. "Our chances are good" for a breakthrough in Italy. "This may be our hour destiny." A pointed message from Mr. Heatter to men who are on strike. Heatter hints broadly at a coming invasion. A message to Hitler from the ghost of Napoleon! Gabriel Heatter. 12:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79989. Gabriel Heatter. June 19, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. Three hundred planes have been shot down over Saipan. An airport on the island has been captured. It's, "the greatest air triumph in our history." "Even Mr. Churchill has been surprised." A message from a concentration camp. "There will be honor is France...in spite of Petain." Gabriel Heatter. 12:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

80087. Gabriel Heatter. June 20, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. "The Jap fleet has come out;" a naval battle with the Japanese has begun. U. S. Task Force 58 is under the command of Admiral Mitscher. "We've been trying for two years to force a naval showdown." "This may be retribution for Pearl Harbor." The robot bombs launched by Germany will not alter the outcome of the war. Finland's war is over. Gabriel Heatter. 12:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80078. Gabriel Heatter. June 21, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. Action is expected in the Pacific, we've just launched an attack near Saipan. Rommel's last chance at Cherbourg. "Unless all Germany has gone mad, somebody will see the handwriting on the wall." A new government has been formed in Finland. A woman's post-war dream; aluminum! Gabriel Heatter. 12:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80079. Gabriel Heatter. June 22, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Our planes are on Saipan! Every Jap in the Marianas and the Philippines are doomed. Task Force 58: No wonder Tojo ran. The Germans are holding out at Cherbourg. Should Beniamino Gigli (famous opera singer and friend of Mussolini) be allowed to sing for Allied troops? Unconfirmed: Finland has asked for terms from the Russians. Postwar promise: Frozen dinners, cooked in three minutes flat; heated by imbedded waves (a description of the microwave oven). The liberated people of Normandy seem to be indifferent. Gabriel Heatter. 12:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79971. Gabriel Heatter. June 25, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. "This is Germany's night of triple disaster." It looks like Dewey and Warren are going to lead the Republican ticket. 747 Japanese planes have been downed on Saipan. Many Japanese ships were sunk. Cherbourg has fallen...after only nineteen days. "China's plight grows more desperate every day." Cary Grant had offered Gabriel Heatter a part in his current movie, Mr. Heatter had declined. Hheatter describes the film's plot in detail. The picture he's talking about was titled, "Once Upon A Time" and was based on Norman Corwin's radio play, "My Client Curley." The part of Gabriel Heatter in the movie was played by Art Baker. Gabriel Heatter. 13:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79984. Gabriel Heatter. June 27, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. The Germans are planting mines in Paris and may be preparing to abandon the French capitol. Finland continues fighting Russia. Will Willkie bolt the Dewey Republican party? Hitler's secret weapon is the greatest lie the Germans are forced to hear: the flying bomb. Gabriel Heatter. 12:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

80083. Gabriel Heatter. June 28, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. "Even the children of Germany realize it tonight: The Russians are coming!" The Russians expect to be in Berlin shortly. A summary of the new regulations by Dr. Goebbels. A counterattack on Guam has been turned back. A salute to the WAVES on the second anniversary of the organization. Gabriel Heatter. 12:50. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

80019. Gabriel Heatter. June 28, 1944. Mutual net. Mr. Heatter recalls Thomas Dewey's high school yearbook write-up. Dewey will accept the nomination tonight. "The whole world is waiting to hear Tom Dewey." "The time has come to sever relations with Quisling's Norway." Gabriel Heatter. 6:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

80084. Gabriel Heatter. July 6, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. One hundred twenty-six people are reported dead after a circus fire in Hartford. Someday, a German general will say, "I knew the war was lost when Hitler began building robot bombs for British civilians instead of fighter planes." We haven't yet recognized De Gaulle as a head of state. Gabriel Heatter. 12:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

80085. Gabriel Heatter. July 7, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. "This is Black Friday for the Jap." A pilot from Massachusetts shot down six German planes today, for a total of twenty-two. We are not moving ahead fast enough in Normandy. China begins the eighth year of war, people are urged to stop using the phrase, "A Chinaman's Chance." 146 are now reported dead at the Hartford circus fire. The Russians are two miles from Lithuania. Mr. Heatter has praise for U. S. price controls. Gabriel Heatter. 12:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

79990. Gabriel Heatter. July 17, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. The entire Japanese cabinet has resigned. Tojo has resigned as head of the army. "The battle is on in Chicago" (for the vice presidency). "Wallace will fight to the finish." "It is likely to be Senator Truman." Montgomery may have achieved a breakthrough and may be en route to Paris. Speculations of how long Hitler will be able to continue fighting. Memories of the death of Woodrow Wilson. The recording has heavy atmospheric static heard throughout. Gabriel Heatter. 12:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79997. Gabriel Heatter. July 20, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. 10:00 P. M. Roosevelt has announced that he'll be glad to run with either Truman or Douglas. Hitler has announced that an attempt on his life has been made. The country is in control of Heinrich Himmler and the Gestapo. "That comes perilously close to abdication." Trouble for Goering's air force; "That's good news indeed!" A summary of Russian advances on the Baltic. Gabriel Heatter, Bruce Elliott (announcer). 12:44. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

80074. Gabriel Heatter. July 23, 1944. Mutual net. The roads to Hungary and Bulgaria are open. "The battle of France is practically over." "This is a new Bastille Day." "The entire Balkans are blowing up in Hitler's face." Gabriel Heatter. 5:40. Audio condition: Very good. Excerpt.

80082. Gabriel Heatter. July 27, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Berlin is isolated tonight, after the attempted assassination of Adolf Hitler. General Bradley has advanced in Normandy. Russian advances on the eastern front are summarized; the Russians are thirty-one miles from Warsaw. There's civil war raging in Germany tonight. The thoughts of "Herr X," en route to Argentina. Gabriel Heatter. 12:44. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

80016. Gabriel Heatter. August 1, 1944. Mutual net. The Russians are only eight miles from Riga. "The entire Baltic front has disappeared." "Nothing can save Germany now." A summary of reconversion problems. Poor RF reception. Gabriel Heatter. 7:29. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

80066. Gabriel Heatter. August 8, 1944. Mutual net. All the Japanese on Guam are cornered. The Germans are fighting each other. Has Himmler been killed? Has Goering been wounded? Just gossip! We're 110 miles from Paris, the weather continues good. Churchill visited the battlefield today. Rear Admiral Moon has committed suicide. The story of young Tony, a British boy who warned about the flying bombs, and who was killed in London. Gabriel Heatter. 8:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

79998. Gabriel Heatter. August 10, 1944. Mutual net. Commercials deleted. "Old Glory will fly over the Philippines before Thanksgiving." The Nazis are fighting each other in East Prussia. Kyushu and Nagasaki have been bombed. n new type of incendiary robot bomb is falling on London. Will hitler use gas next? "The battle of Paris has begun." "This is liberation!" Gabriel Heatter. 11:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80068. Gabriel Heatter. August 15, 1944. Mutual net. We're moving inland, twenty-four hours after establishing our new beachhead. "This is not just another landing, it's part of a grand plan." "If Germany had a sane government, it would surrender." Jobs for veterans must come first during reconversion. Gabriel Heatter. 8:42. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

80044. Gabriel Heatter. August 21, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml. The Allies are closing in on Paris, but "our goal is Berlin." General De Gaulle will soon march into Paris. "This is no ordinary night in human affairs." Montgomery says, "The end of the war is in sight." A story of a soldier's heroism in the Pacific. "Don't move me, just show me where to shoot." Gabriel Heatter. 12:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

80012. Gabriel Heatter. August 22, 1944. Mutual net. "We're halfway across France." The first poll results are in. Twenty-eight states are for Roosevbelt, twenty states for Dewey. The children of Britain and France call Eisenhower, "The Wonder Man." Should Germany be made to pay our war bill? The results of a survey are analyzed. Gabriel Heatter. 12;18. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

80042. Gabriel Heatter. August 23, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic (commercial partially deleted). "There's a new war in Europe tonight." The Roumanians are fighting the Germans. "The battle of France is almost over." Mr. Heatter sounds exultant after the fall of Paris. Hitler has a four-motored plane standing by, with enough gas to take him to Tokyo! Gabriel Heatter. 12:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

80070. Gabriel Heatter. August 24, 1944. Mutual net. Twenty-five thousand Nazi troops are trapped inside Roumania. Russia will assist Roumania to obtain Transylvania from Germany. Fighting is reported inside Paris. Hitler may be attempting a false armistice to create confusion within Paris. Gabriel Heatter. 9:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

104686. Gabriel Heatter. November 7, 1944. Mutual net, WLOL, Minneapolis-St. Paul. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. The first is a report about the air battle over Luzon, fought by Admiral Halsey. 440 Japanese planes have been destroyed, 30 merchant or war ships sunk or damaged. Election returns coming in: Dewey is far behind. Gabriel Heatter, Len Sterling (announcer). 14:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

14421. Gabriel Heatter. November 7, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. Election results, patriotic words against the Nazis. 9:00 P. M. Gabriel Heatter. 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

105752. Gabriel Heatter. December 31, 1944. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Barbasol. Von Runstedt plans to fight in Belgium. The initative is back in Patton's hands. Hitler is a, "Voice Of Death." The Greek government has resigned, "just as I predicted 3 weeks ago." The showdown has come in Poland. "There will be few German prisoners taken in Budapest. There may be a reconciliation between Chiang Kai-Shek and the Chinese communists. Gertrud Schlotz-Klink has declared, "The spirit of Hitler is not dead!" She has become as, "The Female Feurher." Gabriel Heatter. 12:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

105623. Gabriel Heatter. January 12, 1945. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. William Lang substitutes for Gabriel Heatter, who is out ill. Twenty-eight Japanese ships have been sunk or damaged near Indochina. MacArthur's forces are 12 miles inland on Luzon. Allied advances are descibed during the Battle of the Bulge. None of our planes are flying because of the weather. "The final march to Berlin may be on." "The Nazis are leaving scorched earth for the Russians." William Lang (who makes an excellent substitute for Heatter), Len Sterling (commercial spokesman). 12:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105737. Gabriel Heatter. January 15, 1945. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. William Lang substitutes for Gabriel Heatter. He sounds and writes just like Heatter, who will return to the air tomorrow. The American navy sank 41 Japanese ships and shelled cities in China. There is unrest in the Japanese home islands. There have been 40,000 American lives lost fight the "German robots goose-stepping into oblivion." William Lang, Len Sterling (announcer). 12:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97695. Gabriel Heatter. February 11, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Barbasol. 8:45 P.M. "The amazing Russians have done it again." "Are there any limits to this Russian power?" What will the Russians do when they get to Berlin? The battle about Henry Wallace continues. Gabriel Heatter, Len Sterling (announcer). 12:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105786. Gabriel Heatter. February 18, 1945. Mutual net. Confessions from the Japanese. They say they were ready for the American carrier force when it approached. Heatter makes no mention of the Americans landing on Iwo Jima. The Nazis plan to continue fighting after Berlin falls. Gabriel Heatter. 8:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105753. Gabriel Heatter. February 25, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Barbasol (Heatter reads a great commercial, makes you want to shave). 8:45 P.M. Two airfields have been captured on Iwo Jima. We have bombed the Japanese three times in one day. Hirohito may have to be moved to an air raid shelter! "The rains of wrath and fire have come to Japan." Our forces are now 15 miles from Cologne. "There is more self-government for the people of Italy today, as I suggested months ago." Sixty million jobs will be need after the war. Gabriel Heatter. 12:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106249. Gabriel Heatter. March 9, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml Shampoo. 9:00 P.M. Where was the German air force when the needed to destroy the bridge at Ludensdorff (Remagen)? "Germany is now a time bomb." A refutation of all Hitler's claims and boasts. "The world will be clean again. The long horrible night will be over." Russian tanks are making a spectacular advance.; Hitler's eastern wall is crumbling. Gabriel Heatter. 12:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108064. Gabriel Heatter. March 11, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Barbasol. 8:45 P.M. Krupp's ammunitions work has been bombed by 5000 tons of bombs. Berlin is the target tonight, for the 20th consecutive time. Part of Nagoya is a huge bonfire tonight. Woe to Japan! MacArthur has landed a beachead on Mindinao. Two divisions have crossed at Remagen. Germany can't go on. "1918 and its tragic aftermath will not come again." "The battle of Iwo Jima is almost over." "Will anyone ever press a button and blow up a city?" Gabriel Heatter, Len Sterling (announcer). 12:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108061. Gabriel Heatter. March 12, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml. 9:00 P.M. The road to Berlin is open, the last barrier is down. We've captured Zamboanga. Allies continued to cross the Rhine at Remagen and Ludendorf. Hitler will soon address the Reichstag. There are so many Nazis in Sweden, they've put up a sign that says, "Standing room only." The plastic surgeons are so busy that if Hitler, Goebbels and Goering were to meet in the same room, they wouldn't recognize each other. Gabriel Heatter. 11:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108049. Gabriel Heatter. March 13, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. 9:00 P.M. Essen and Dortmund: they were great German cities, but the RAF has put an end to them. There's a bombing line 100 miles long heading towards Germany tonight. What will happen to Osaka when our planes come over (the Japanese live 50,000 per square mile). The Japs hold only 1000 yards on Iwo Jima. The Russians are only 33 miles from Berlin. The Ludendorf bridge still stands, despite the best the Germans could do to bomb it. Von Runstedt has lost his command. Just in: 4 square miles of Osaka are on fire, visible from 100 miles away. Somewhere in Germany, people are waiting for peace. "Germany is ready for collapse!" Mr. Heatter says he's, "Speechless" at how well Nazi P.O.W.'s are living and regrets that we have to live up to the Geneva Convention. Gabriel Heatter. 12:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108127. Gabriel Heatter. March 14, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml. The flag has been formally raised on Iwo Jima. "The Japs that are still in their caves are not coming out. What has happened to Von Runstedt? The Russians are nearing Frankfort. The Ludendorf bridge is still standing, one of the attacking German planes was a jet, and it was shot down. The British 11 ton bombs create, "violence beyond imagination." Mr. Heatter is even more eloquent than usual. Gabriel Heatter. 12:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108048. Gabriel Heatter. March 16, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. 9:00 P.M. "The Jap people can't take it." Kobe has 50,000 people to a square mile, after 4 air raids in 8 days. A summary of the battle for Iwo Jima. It will be hallowed ground forever. "Patton is on the march once again." Koblensk may fall before morning. Hitler predicted that even if Germany falls, Europe will be entirely Communist. Winston Churchill disagreed. Tension tonight is Roumania. Germany is still trying to divide the Allies. The coalition will hold! Gabriel Heatter. 12:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108097. Gabriel Heatter. March 18, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Barbasol. 8:45 P.M. The Remagen bridge can be repaired. 1400 planes have attacked Japan. Berlin has been bombed for the 27th night in a row. "General Patton is running wild." Back home: there will be less butter and food. Nazi prisoners are living better than Americans whose sons have been killed. Poland is facing plague, Dutch children are being sent to Britain to live. "Are we going to be fooled (by Germany) again?" Tokyo reports the Americans are attacking Kyushu. The American birth rate will soon be declining. This is America's #1 post-war problem. Gabriel Heatter. 12:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108084. Gabriel Heatter. March 19, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. 9:00 P.M. "A new whip is lashing down on German backs." Patton has cut off all German troops. Eighty-thousand German troops may be trapped near Mainz. General MacArthur has landed on Panay. Now it's the German's turn to be refugees. There may be a food shortage soon in America, there's a bigger shortage in Europe. Germans expecting America to feed them after the war may be in for a big surprise. Gabriel Heatter. 9:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

108136. Gabriel Heatter. March 20, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. 9:08 P.M. The final 3 minutes of, "The Roy Rogers Show" starts this recording. Roy sings, "There's A New Moon Over My Shoulder." The Gariel Heatter broadcast begins: Spring is here; it's 80 degrees in New York City. Life and time roll on, despite the Hitlers. The swallows have returned to Capistrano. The Jap fleet has been smoked out and forced to come out and fight. Fifteen to seventeen Japanese ships have been sunk. Roy Rogers, The Sons Of The Pioneers, Verne Smith (announcer), Gabriel Heatter. 15:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpts.

108129. Gabriel Heatter. March 21, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. New York curfew muddle: 35 nightclubs in New York City agree to close at midnight, even though La Guardia, ignoring President Roosevelt, allows them to stay open to 1:00 A.M. A large smoke screen has been created along the Rhine by the Allies. No more meat for any German civilians; only potatoes are available. The war may be over in 5 to 6 weeks. "The war in Germany is almost...almost over." "If Churchill doesn't shoot Hitler 1 hour after he's captured, millions of people will be disappointed." A drastic move by the Japanese, martial law has been declared. Mr Heatter gloats about, "The law of retribution." Gabriel Heatter. 12:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108098. Gabriel Heatter. March 22, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Commercials deleted. 9:00 P.M. "We're waiting for the new 'Zero Hour'." "A man needs restraint tonight...I'm trying to use it." "We're no longer making news, we're making history." "Germany is on the brink of disaster." "There's not a sign of revolution against Hitler." The only complaint the Germans have against Hitler is, "He didn't win." We have a new weapon to use against Japan, the 22,000 pound "Volcano" bomb. Gabriel Heatter. 10:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

108016. Gabriel Heatter. March 25, 1945. ABC net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Barbasol. 8:45 P.M. "There's a 50-50 chance that the war will be over in 30 days." Where are the rest of Hitler's armies? Mr. Heatter waxes eloquently about the unstoppable wave of American air power. Fifty Nazi leaders arrive in Madrid each week. They are planning the next wa5 against us, with V1, V2, V3, V4 and V5 rockets. Gabriel Heatter. 12:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

108126. Gabriel Heatter. March 26, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml (commercial deleted). "There may never be another German attack." "The climax is perhaps only 48 hours away." Kesselring has a powerful German army, but it may be cut in two. David Lloyd George has died today. "Patton's tanks are approaching Frankfort," there will be no Stalingrad in Germany. "The Little Man of Germany is the greatest fairy tale in Germany." Gabriel Heatter. 10:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110119. Gabriel Heatter. March 27, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. 9:00 P.M. "Where is General Patton tonight? I don't know nor do I know anyone who does know." "This will be the week of highest possible decision." Bulletin just in: General Montgomery has broken through." Gabriel Heatter. 12:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110124. Gabriel Heatter. March 29, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Commercials deleted. 9:00 P.M. "The end in Europe draws closer." "General Hodges has advanced 55 miles in one day." Gabriel Heatter. 10:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110125. Gabriel Heatter. March 30, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Commercials deleted. 9:00 P.M. Germany will not collapse over the weekend. "Germany is crumbling rapidly." "We're capturing 2000 Germans an hour." "The Dunbarton Oaks Conference has suffered a setback." Gabriel Heatter. 12:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110130. Gabriel Heatter. April 3, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's toothpaste. 9:00 P.M. Russia may reduce it's demand for 3 seats at the San Francisco Conference. Russia troops are only 5 miles from Vienna. Will "Stonewall" Kesseling finally surrender? He has an impossible task. MacArthur has struck again (in Borneo)! Why haven't the Japs counter-attacked on Okinawa? "The rise or fall of Japan may be decided in a couple of days. Will we make the same mistakes we made 25 years ago with the League of Nations. Gabriel Heatter. 12:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110140. Gabriel Heatter. April 4, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml hair tonic. 9:00 P.M. There's only one river left on the road to Berlin. At least 26,000 Nazis surrendered today. A description of the atrocitites of, "Himmler's Avengers." Awaiting V-E Day. Gabriel Heatter. 12:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

110138. Gabriel Heatter. April 6, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml hair tonic. 9:00 P.M. There have been 1200 Japanese planes shot down (to date) at Okinawa. There's a new cabinet in Japan, and it includes General Tojo ("the pirate who planned the attack on Pearl Harbor"). "The only good warlord in Japan is a dead warlord." "Fifty-thousand German maniacs may decide to hold out in Bavaria." The Germans may hold Stalin's son, who is currently a prisoner, as a hostage after the war ends. Gabriel Heatter. 12:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110143. Gabriel Heatter. April 8, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Commercials deleted. 8:45 P.M. The Nazis are leaving their wounded behind. Can V-E Day be far behind? General Patton has found Hitler's treasure! Fifty tons of gold found hidden in a salt mine. Remember Iwo and Okinawa! "Pay tribute where tribute is due." There are 700,00 Negroes serving in the armed forces. The Nazis are preparing an underground state, after plastic surgery for the higher-ups. Make room for the dead and wounded at the San Francisco conference. Gabriel Heatter. 12:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110133. Gabriel Heatter. April 9, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. 9:00 P.M. "We may be ready on the Italian front." Russian troops have taken most of Vienna. A summary of German rationalizations. They say, "We're not fanatics." The secret meeting of Hitler with 17 German industrialists. Gabriel Heatter. 10:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

110145. Gabriel Heatter. April 10, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's toothpaste. 9:00 P.M. 397 Nazi planes have been lost in one day. Von Ribbentrop narrowly escaped capture. We are 100 miles from Berlin, "V-E Day can't be far away." Mr. Heatter is amazed that the German people have not risen in revolt against the Nazis. He's also amazed that the country has suffered so much; so many killed, so much destroyed, and it's still treason to speak of peace. Mr. Heatter declares himself foolish enough to believe that the Nazi leaders will escape to fight again. Two-hundred-thirty-five soft coal mines have been taken over by the government. The program concludes with a moving story about a picture from "inside Germany." Gabriel Heatter. 12:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97667. Gabriel Heatter. April 27, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. The battle of Berlin is almost over. The end may come this weekend. The Russians and Americans have grasped hands. We're 35 miles from Milan. "Italy has been liberated." "This is Germany's blackest day in 100 years." Mr. Heatter makes a mistake when he tries to say, "A commentator named Heatter." Instead, he says, "A commentator named Hitler!" "This conference (San Francisco) will succeed." Gabriel Heatter. 8:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

97669. Gabriel Heatter. May 1, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. 9:00 P.M. There are doubles of Hitler all over Berlin. Hitler may be hiding in a Bavarian salt mine or in Japan. Mr. Heatter responds to Hitler's many (previous) statements. What about Himmler, Goebbels and Goering? An interesting peek at their possible trains of thought about escaping to America. Gabriel Heatter. 12:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97631. Gabriel Heatter. May 3, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. 9:00 P.M. "For the first time in twelve years, Germany heard a sane voice." "The house Hitler built is crashing down." Field Marshal Montgomery and Admiral Doenitz are meeting in Kiel. An emotional commentary as usual, but still Mr. Heatter does not say, "There's good news tonight." Gabriel Heatter, Len Sterling (announcer). 12:58. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

97660. Gabriel Heatter. May 6, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. 8:45 P.M. There's a grim battle still raging in Czechoslovakia. The Germans are desperate to avoid a surrender to Russian troops. There will be no "soft" peace for Germany. The Russians have arrested 16 Polish diplomats. This is a serious crisis and a terrible blunder (by Russia). No trace of Hitler's body has been found. Gabriel Heatter. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

2374. Gabriel Heatter. May 8, 1945. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. 9:00 P.M. The Nazis have just surrendered and Gabriel predicts the Japanese will soon follow. "The last communique is in." Gabriel Heatter. 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

97633. Gabriel Heatter. May 25, 1945. Mutual net, WCAE, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. 9:00 P.M. We've shot down 111 Japanese planes. The loss of Okinawa dooms Japan. Franco should be given an ultimatum: give over La Valle. How many missing Nazis may be hiding in Spain? The critics of Churchill: a summary of the Prime Mininster's pros and cons. The war on food shortages. Gabriel Heatter. 10:50. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

97365. Gabriel Heatter. August 7, 1945. Mutual net, KQV, Pittsburgh aircheck. Sponsored by: Forhan's Toothpaste. "Is there anything left of Hirohito and Japan after the atomic bomb? The answer is, 'No.'" Mr. Heatter describes the "upside down" mushroom-shaped cloud and quotes pilot Paul Tibbetts who said, "My God!" Heatter asks, "Will history say it was never necessary to drop another (atomic bomb) anywhere? Any time?" "Change looms for the entire human race." "Do you remember Pearl Harbor?" The recorder switches to, "The Navy Hour" after the program." Gabriel Heatter, Len Sperling (announcer, introduced by Gabriel Heatter as "Len Stark"). 15:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

2375. Gabriel Heatter. August 13, 1945. Mutual net. Sponsored by: Kreml Hair Tonic. Gabriel Heatter discusses the feelings in Japan as the U. S. is waiting for news of the Japanese surrender. Gabriel Heatter, Len Spence (announcer). 14:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

97600. Gabriel Heatter. August 14, 1945. Mutual net, KQV, Pittsburgh aircheck. Praise for the fallen during the war. Emotional oratory. Gabriel Heatter. 3:13. Audio condition: Good. Excerpt.

106480. Gabriel Heatter. March 16, 1946. Mutual net, KQV, Pittsburgh aircheck. Churchill is to speak at the Waldorf while 5000 people prostest on the street. Gabriel Heatter. 3:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

9227. Gabriel Heatter. September 28, 1948. Sponsored by: Serutan. A ball score and a commentary on current events. The body of the show only, the program opening and closing have been deleted. Gabriel Heatter. 11:31. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

37025. Gabriel Heatter. 1960. Program #27,28,29,30. "A Celebrity Fives Presentation" "Al Petker-Personality Scope". 3.5 minute inspirational talks. The date is approximate. Gabriel Heatter. 15:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36995. Gabriel Heatter. 1960. Program #11 through #18. "A Celebrity Fives Presentation" "Al Petker-Personality Scope". 3.5 minute inspirational talks. The date is approximate. Gabriel Heatter. 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

36996. Gabriel Heatter. 1960. Program #19 through #26. "A Celebrity Fives Presentation" "Al Petker-Personality Scope". 3.5 minute inspirational talks. The date is approximate. Gabriel Heatter. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

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