The Eternal Light

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.


15980. The Eternal Light. October 8, 1944. Program #1. NBC net. "A Rhode Island Refuge". Sustaining. The first show of the series. A portrait of colonial Rhode Island and a moral decision regarding the slave trade. The script would be produced again on, "The Eternal Light" on November 11, 1945 (see cat. #110809). After-drama speaker: Edgar Nathan Jr., Borough President of Manhattan and Acting Chairman of the Radio Committee of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Alexander Scourby, Bernard Lenrow, Rod Hendrickson, Roger De Koven, Adelaide Klein, Gregory Morton, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Henri Nosco (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Edgar Nathan Jr.. 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15981. The Eternal Light. October 15, 1944. Program #2. NBC net. "Emanuel" ("Emanuel, God Is With Us"). Sustaining. A story of Jewish persecution in Germany, and of the founding of Temple Emanuel (the first synagogue in New York). After-drama speaker: Dr. Samuel Goldenson, Rabbi of Temple Emanuel, New York City. Norman Rose, Bernard Lenrow, Roger De Koven, Michael Artist, Alexander Scourby, Adelaide Klein, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Henri Nosco (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Samuel Goldenson. 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

46. The Eternal Light. October 22, 1944. Program #3. NBC net. "Jacob and The Indians". Sustaining. A Jewish scholar sets out to explore the American frontier during colonial times. The script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light" on June 10, 1945 (see cat.#110794). After-drama speaker: Rabbi D.A. Cordozo, of Congregation Mikvah Israel, Phildelphia. Raymond Massey, Stephen Vincent Benet (author), Bernard Lenrow, Alexander Scourby, Richard Keith, Roger De Koven, Joseph Boland, Ian MacAllaster, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Henri Nosco (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), D. A. Cordozo. 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15982. The Eternal Light. October 29, 1944. Program #4. NBC net. "The Tabernacle At Duke's Place". Sustaining. The story of David Salomons, who was elected to the British Parliament, but who was not seated because he was a Jew. The script was repeated on The Eternal Light on June 17, 1945 (see cat. #110795). The script is similar to "The Eternal Light" broadcast of November 25, 1945 (see cat. #76027). After-drama speaker: Dr. Robert Gordes, Rabbi of Temple Beth El, Rockaway Park, New York City. The Rabbi states that, "The Synagogue is the oldest living human institution in history." Bernard Lenrow, Len Sterling, Martin Wolfson, Joseph Boland, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Anton M. Leader (director), Henry Brant (composer), Henri Nosco (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Robert Cordes. 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15983. The Eternal Light. November 5, 1944. Program #5. NBC net. "The Black Death". Sustaining. Even while the Plague was killing millions in Europe, Jews were being killed by hatred. See also cat. #15995, "The Eternal Light" broadcast of March 25, 1945, which is a sequel. After-drama speaker: Dr. Mordecai Kaplan, a Dean at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Bernard Lenrow, Joseph Wiseman, Sidney Slon, William Adams, Jean Ellyn, Shepard Menken, James Van Dyke, Robert Ramsen, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Anton M. Leader (director), Henry Brant (composer), Henri Nosco (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Mordecai Kaplan. 28:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40324. The Eternal Light. November 12, 1944. Program #6. NBC net. "Jacob Zakalon" ("A Roman Sanctuary"). Sustaining. The story of the Italian rabbi and physician, and how his work lead to psychotherapy. The first 14:46 of the program only. Alexander Scourby, Edwin Jerome, Bryna Raeburn, Morton Wishengrad (writger), Anton M. Leader (director), Henry Brant (composer), Henri Nosco (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

15984. The Eternal Light. November 19, 1944. Program #7. NBC net. "Candelabra Of The Steppes". Sustaining. The story of a Jewish emigrant from czarist Russia to the New World. The script was also used on the series, "NBC University Of The Air" as, "They Call Me Joe." There is no after-drama speaker. Roger De Koven, Bernard Lenrow, Martin Wolfson, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Anton M. Leader (director), Henry Brant (composer), Henri Nosco (conuctor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110785. The Eternal Light. November 26, 1944. Program #8. NBC net. "The Temple Of K'ai-Feng-Fu". Sustaining. A Jewish wedding in China, in the year of 1642. After the drama, Rabbi Samuel Cohan speaks from Cincinnati. Paul Mann, Gregory Morton, Tex Antoine (billed as "Jon Antoine"), Morton Wishengrad (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Henry Brant (composer), Anton M. Leader (director), Henri Nosco (composer), Samuel Cohen. 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40376. The Eternal Light. December 3, 1944. Program #9. NBC net. "Maimonides". Sustaining. The story of the great doctor and his persecution by Moslems. After-drama speaker: Dr. Max Klein, Rabbi of Congregation Adef Jeshrun, Philadelphia. Roger De Koven, Bernard Lenrow, Len Sterling, Alexander Scourby, Adelaide Klein, Martin Wolfson, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Max Klein. 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15985. The Eternal Light. December 10, 1944. Program #10. NBC net. "Channakah" ("The Macabees"). Sustaining. The story of how "The Festival Of Lights" started with the Macabee's revolt against the Romans. Well done. The script was subsequently produced on "The Eternal Light" on December 2, 1945 (see cat. #76185). After-drama speaker: Rabbi David de Sola Poole of The Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue of New York City. Luis Van Rooten, Bernard Lenrow, Rod Hendrickson, Joe DeSantis, Richard Keith, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), David de Sola Poole. 28:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15986. The Eternal Light. December 17, 1944. Program #11. NBC net. "Ezra, The Scholar" ("The Founding Of The Synagogue"). Sustaining. The biblical story of, "The Scribe Of Israel." After-drama speaker: Rabbi Ralph Simon of Congregation Ruth Beit Tzedek, Chicago. Bernard Lenrow, Sidney Slon, Luis Van Rooten, Paul Dubov, Guy Repp, Adelaide Klein, John McGovern, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Ralph Simon. 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15987. The Eternal Light. December 24, 1944. Program #12. NBC net. "The Vineyard Of Yabneh". Sustaining. A story of the fall of Jerusalem and The Temple. After-drama speaker: Louis Lebenthal, from Philadelphia. Bernard Lenrow, Rod Hendrickson, Richard Keith, Paul Dubov, Joe DeSantis, Alexander Scourby, Charlotte Holland, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Louis Lebenthal. 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15988. The Eternal Light. December 31, 1944. Program #13. NBC net. "Esther" ("Esther The Queen"). Sustaining. The story of the famous Queen of Persia and the evil Haman. After drama speaker: Rabbi Israel Goldstein of B'nai Jeshrun and President of the Zionist Organisation of America. Joan Alexander, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Bernard Lenrow, John McGovern, Adelaide Klein, Joseph Boland, Staats Cotsworth, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Israel Goldstein. 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110787. The Eternal Light. January 14, 1945. Program #15. NBC net. "The Life Of Solomon Schecter". Sustaining. In 1890, Solomon Schecter was a lecturer of Rabbical studies at Cambridge University. He became the second President of The Jewish Theological Seminary of America. After-drama speaker: Dr. Jacob Cohen of Temple Sinai, Los Angeles, speaking from Los Angeles. The script was reused on The Eternal Light on October 7, 1945, see cat. #15998). Morton Wishengrad (writer), Edwin Jerome, Sarah Burton, Jacob Cohen, Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110786. The Eternal Light. January 21, 1945. Program #16. NBC net. "Rabbi Israel Salanter". Sustaining. There are only three capital injunctions in the Torah: Idolatry, unchastity and murder. The very reverent Rabbi commands his congragation to eat bread on Yom Kippur! After-drama speaker is Samuel Kramer, a lay leader of Orthadox Jewery. Louis Ginsburg (essayist), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Bartlett Robinson, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Robert Segal (cantor), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine), Ira Avery (director), Samuel Kramer. 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15989. The Eternal Light. February 4, 1945. Program #18. NBC net. "The Microscope and The Prayer Shawl". Sustaining. The story of an able scientist working for Louis Pasteur (Waldemar Haffkine), and of a strong faith. The script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light" on Aril 28, 1946 (see cat. #75986) with the title reversed. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Mortimer Cohen of Temple Beth Sholom, Philadelphia. Roger De Koven, Joe DeSantis, Shepard Menken, Karl Swenson, Berry Kroeger (narrator), Bernard Lenrow, Neil Fitzgerald, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Mortimer Cohen. 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15990. The Eternal Light. February 11, 1945. Program #19. NBC net. "Mr. Lincoln and The Rabbi". Sustaining. Slavery, an old problem, is faced by Benjamin Szold, a rabbi from Baltimore. After-drama speaker: Dr. Bernard Bamberger, Rabbi of the West End Synagogue, New York City. The story was subsequently broadcast on The Eternal Light on September 23, 1951 (see cat. #111161). Bernard Lenrow, Roger De Koven, Rod Hendrickson, Richard Keith, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Bernard Bamberger. 29:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15991. The Eternal Light. February 18, 1945. Program #20. NBC net. "Rebecca Gratz". Sustaining. The story of a well-known Jewish woman, and her life dedicated to the making of America. After-drama speaker: Dr. Alexander Dushkin, Executive Director of The Jewish Education Committee, New York City. Charlotte Holland, Edwin Cooper, Bernard Lenrow, Staats Cotsworth, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Alexander Dushkin. 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15992. The Eternal Light. February 25, 1945. Program #21. NBC net. "Emma Lazarus...A Modern Esther". Sustaining. A well-written and produced story about the well-known poet and her sonnet at the base of the Statue of Liberty. Margaret Webster, Bernard Lenrow, Alexander Scourby, Leon Janney, Joe DeSantis, Louis Sorin, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15993. The Eternal Light. March 4, 1945. Program #22. NBC net. "The World Of Sholom Aleichem". Sustaining. Stories from the pen of the master Jewish humorist. There is no after-drama speaker. Sam Jaffe, Jackson Beck, Bernard Lenrow, Harold Huber, Richard Keith, Joseph Wiseman, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

40325. The Eternal Light. March 11, 1945. Program #23. NBC net. "Cyrus Adler". Sustaining. The story of one of the first "Conservative" Jewish congregations. After drama speaker: Dr. Abraham A. Newman, speaking from Philadelphia. Bernard Lenrow, Alexander Scourby, Edwin Cooper, Edwin Jerome, Robert Segal (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Abraham Newman. 29:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15994. The Eternal Light. March 18, 1945. Program #24. NBC net. "Isaac Mayer Wise". Sustaining. The story of the founder of Reform Judaism in America. The script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light" on January 27, 1946 (see cat. #75994) and on November 4, 1951 (see cat. #111167). After-drama speaker: Dr. David Philipson, Dean of the Reform Rabbinate, speaking from Cincinatti. Harold Huber, Alexander Scourby, Bernard Lenrow, Craig McDonnell, Joseph Wiseman, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), David Philipson. 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15995. The Eternal Light. March 25, 1945. Program #25. NBC net. "A Second Exodus". Sustaining. The story of the persecution of the Jews of Portugal in 1942. This is a sequel to, "The Black Death," the "Eternal Light" broadcast of November 15, 1944. The script was previously heard on, "Lands Of The Free" ("The NBC University Of The Air"). This program is a sequel to "The Eternal Light" broadcast of November 5, 1944 (see cat. #15983). There is no after-drama speaker. Roger De Koven, Bernard Lenrow, Michael Artist, Richard Keith, Joseph Boland, Guy Sorel, Richard Sanders, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

15996. The Eternal Light. April 1, 1945. Program #26. 1. "Monsieur Levy Passes Over". Sustaining. A fine story of a Passover in liberated France. Stacy Harris, Bernard Lenrow, Joe DeSantis, Arvid Paulson, Edwin Jerome, Jack Lloyd, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Chana Amsterdam Kliegfeld (liturgical music), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15997. The Eternal Light. April 8, 1945. Program #27. NBC net. "The Seed and The Dream". Sustaining. The story of Theodore Hertzel's plan in a Jewish homeland. Well done. After-drama speaker: Judge Morris Rothenberg, President of the Jewish National Fund, former President of The Zionist Organization of America. Luis Van Rooten, Joe DeSantis, Bernard Lenrow, Richard Keith, Joseph Wiseman, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ira Avery (director), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Morris Rothenberg. 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110788. The Eternal Light. April 22, 1945. NBC net. "Henrietta Szold". Sustaining. The story of how Hadassah began, because of Henrietta Szold. After-drama speaker: Mrs. Moses Epstein, National President of Hadassah. Isabelle Mercen, Mrs. Moses Epstein (National President of Hadassah), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Alexander Scourby (narrator), David Putterman (cantor), Ira Avery (director), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Bernard Lenrow, Charlotte Holland. 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110789. The Eternal Light. April 29, 1945. NBC net. "The Death Of Akiba". Sustaining. Rabbi Akiba tries to reason with Phineas Rufus, to allow the Jews to worship as they would. He tries to avoid a rebellion, to no avail. After-drama: Rabbi Armand Cohen. The program was heard again on "The Eternal Light" on April 30, 1945 (see cat. #76210). Morton Wishengrad (writer), Edgar Stehli, Kermit Murdock, Armand Cohen (Rabbi, Cleveland Jewish Center), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), David Putterman (cantor), Ira Avery (director). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110790. The Eternal Light. May 13, 1945. NBC net. "The Book Of Ruth". Sustaining. Ruth goes forth from the land of Moab, with her daughter and daughter-in-law. After-drama speaker: Louis Levitsky. Bernard Lenrow, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Charlotte Holland, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Louis Levitsky (past-president of Rabbinical Assembly of America, speaking about the victory in Europe), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Ira Avery (director), Luis Van Rooten, Nell Burt (?), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110791. The Eternal Light. May 20, 1945. NBC net. "As A Driven Leaf". Sustaining. The story of Elisha ben Abuyah, a traitor to his people. A Rabbi, ben Abuyah denounces Judaism and searches for rational truth. The system cue has been deleted. After-drama speaker: S. Joshua Cohen. Milton Steinberg (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Karl Swenson, Roger De Koven, S. Joshua Cohen (chaplain at the U.S. Maritime Service Training Station, Brooklyn), Henry Brant (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Ira Avery (director), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

110792. The Eternal Light. May 27, 1945. NBC net. "The Story Of An American". Sustaining. A Memorial Day program. Jacob Baum, who died on Iwo Jima, tells the story of his grandfather, a Jewish newspaper editor, who tells the truth and pays the consequences. After-drama speaker: Judge George Goldstein, of the Court of Special Sessions, New York City. Owen Jordan (narrator), Bernard Lenrow, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Tex Antoine (billed as "Jon Antoine"), Kermit Murdock (narrator), George Goldstein, Henry Brandt (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Ira Avery (director). 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110793. The Eternal Light. June 3, 1945. NBC net. "The Lie". Sustaining. The story of David Rabinsky, a small boy who told a small lie. After-drama speaker: Louis Newman, Rabbi of Congregation Rodef Shalom, New York City. Bernard Lenrow, Charlotte Holland, Mary Antin (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Louis Newman, Michael Artist, Henry Brandt (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Ira Avery (director), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110794. The Eternal Light. June 10, 1945. NBC net. "Jacob and The Indians". Sustaining. A Jewish scholar sets out to explore the American frontier during Colonial times. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on October 22, 1944 (see cat. #46). After-drama speaker: Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, leader of The Society For The Advancement of Judaism. Dr. Eisenstein (if speaking live) has no idea when to stop and almost causes the program to runover. Stephen Vincent Benet (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Jack Lloyd, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Ira Eisenstein. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110795. The Eternal Light. June 17, 1945. NBC net. "The Tabernacle At Duke's Place". Sustaining. The story of David Salomons, who was elected to the British Parliament, but who was not seated because he was a Jew. The script was previously heard on The Eternal Light on October 29, 1944 (see cat. #15982). After-drama speaker: Rabbi Samuel Thurman, United Hebrew Temple, St. Louis. Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Roger De Koven, Len Sterling (narrator), Samuel Thurman. 28:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110796. The Eternal Light. June 24, 1945. NBC net. "The Bar Mitzvah Of Private Cohen". Sustaining. Private Cohen is now 20-years-old, and has never had a bar mitzvah. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Max Davidson of Congregation Beth Mordecai, Perth Amboy, New Jersey. Bernard Lenrow (?), Stacy Harris, Tex Antoine (billed as "Jon Antoine"), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Max Davidson, Henry Brandt (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Jack Lloyd, Roger De Koven, Frank Papp (director). 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110797. The Eternal Light. July 8, 1945. NBC net. "The Jukebox Boys and The Synagogue". Sustaining. An "incident" has taken place near Miller Park. Someone has stolen the torahs from the synagogue! Don't miss the musical portrait of an elevated subway. It's just a brief transition, but illustrates a bit of radio genius. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Herman Cohen, of The Temple of Aaron Congregation, St. Paul, Minnesota. Bernard Lenrow, Jean Ellyn, Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Joseph Liss (adaptor), Herman Cohen, Sophie Smoliar (author, in the newspaper "PM"), Morris Mamorsky (comper), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Maxwell, Frank Papp (director). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110798. The Eternal Light. July 15, 1945. NBC net. "Hear, Ye Sons" Part 1 of 2. Sustaining. The wife of a Russian peasant has borne four daughters, but both she and her husband yearn for a son. After-drama speaker: U.S. Army Chaplain Isadore Signer, speaking from Chicago. Irving Fineman (author), Ellen Lomax (adaptor), Juano Hernandez (narrator), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Isadore Signer, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

110799. The Eternal Light. July 22, 1945. NBC net. "Hear, Ye Sons" Part 2 of 2. Sustaining. In Czarist Poland, a poor old man has nothing to offer, but advice. After-drama speaker: Irving Fineman, speaking from Hollywood. This is part of a summer series called, "Stories Of A People." Irving Fineman (author), Juano Hernandez (narrator), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Jack Lloyd, Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110800. The Eternal Light. July 29, 1945. NBC net. "The Man Who Flew to Heaven". Sponsored by: Sustainig. The story of Bontsche Shweig, the whole time he was on Earth, nobody ever heard of him. Yet, he got to heaven. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Morris Shucheim (?) of Congregation Beth Israel, Providence, Rhode Island. Joseph Boland, Eve Merriam (writer), Morris Shucheim (?), Isaac Leib Peretz (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Bernard Lenrow, Frank Papp (director). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110801. The Eternal Light. August 5, 1945. NBC net. "Jeremiah". Sustaining. The play, written in 1917, ends with the line, "A people can be put in chains, its spirit, never." After-drama speaker: Rabbi Samuel Roll (?). Stefan Zweig (playwright), Erik Barnouw (adaptor), Samuel Roll (? Rabbi, Isaac Wise Temple, Cincinnati), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Tex Antoine (announcer), Robert Segal (cantor), Guy Sorel, Frank Papp (director). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110802. The Eternal Light. August 12, 1945. NBC net. "Young Joseph" Part 1 of 3. Sustaining. Joseph receives the coat of many colors and is turned upon by his brothers. After-drama speaker: Dr. Ludig Lewison, editor of, "The New Palestine." Thomas Mann (author), Arthur Arent (adaptor), Paul Mann, Ludwig Lewison, Tex Antoine (announcer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Frank Papp (director). 29:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110803. The Eternal Light. August 19, 1945. NBC net. "National Day Of Prayer and Thanksgiving For Victory". Sustaining. A V-J Day program that gives Cantor Segal an opportunity to demonstrate his voice at length. Rabbi Arthur Lullyveld and Chaplain Isaac Klein speak. In 1964, Rabbi Lelyveld suffered a concussion when he was beaten with a tire iron by segregationists in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Robert Segal (cantor), Arhur Lelyveld (executive director of The Committee For Unity of Palestine, Zionist Organization of America), Isaac Klein (just returned from the European Theatre of War). 29:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110804. The Eternal Light. August 26, 1945. NBC net. "Joseph In Egypt" Part 2 of 3. Sustaining. Joseph becomes the favorite of Potiphar and wisely resists the temptation of Potiphar's daughter. However, he is thrown into the pit once again. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Isreal Goldman, Temple Emanuel, Providence. Thomas Mann (author), Arthur Arent (adaptor), Paul Mann, Isreal Goldman, Tex Antoine (announcer). 29:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110805. The Eternal Light. September 2, 1945. NBC net. "Joseph, The Provider" Part 3 of 3. Sustaining. Pharoah has a dream and only Joseph can interpret its meaning. Joseph later is reunited with his bothers. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Nathan Perelman of Temple Emanuel, New York City. Thomas Mann (author), Arthur Arent (adaptor), Paul Mann, Nathan Perelman. 29:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110806. The Eternal Light. September 16, 1945. NBC net. "If Not Higher". Sustaining. Once a year, the Rabbi disppears at Succoth. Is he in heaven? After-drama speaker: Rabbi Elliot Burstein of Congregation Beth Israel, San Francisco. The program is announced as not to be heard next week, in celebration of Succoth. Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Joe DeSantis, Juano Hernandez, Bernard Lenrow (narrator), Frank Papp (director), Norman Rosten (adaptor), Isaac Leib Peretz (author), Elliot Burstein. 28:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

15998. The Eternal Light. October 7, 1945. NBC net. "Schecter" ("Solomon Schecter"). Sustaining. A well-written story about Solomon Schecter, a man who discovered a hoard of precious manuscripts in Cairo. The first anniversary broadcast of, "The Eternal Light." The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on January 14, 1945 (see cat. #110787). After-drama speaker" Dr. Louis Epstein, Rabbi of Kehidith Israel, Brookline, Massachusetts. William Podmore, Anne Sterrett, Bernard Lenrow, Guy Repp, Stefan Schnabel, Donald Bain, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Tex Antoine (announcer, billed as "Jon Antoine"), Louis Epstein. 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110807. The Eternal Light. October 21, 1945. NBC net. "The Talmud". Sustaining. The wisdom of the Talmud; told directly and by parable. Well-written and good radio! The Eternal Light was not broadcast on October 14, 1945. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Joachim Prinz of the Temple of Abraham, Newark, New Jersey. Morton Wishengrad (writer), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joachim Prinz, Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director), Tex Antoine (announcer). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110808. The Eternal Light. October 28, 1945. NBC net. "The Unbroken Circle". Sustaining. On August 21, 1890, Rabbi Albert Siegfried Betelheim died at sea. His final letter reveals much, and the circle remained unbroken. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Elias Charles Sidney of Congregation Ahave Shalam of Portland, Oregon. Morton Wishengrad (writer), Dan Ocko, Elias Charles Sidney, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

110810. The Eternal Light. November 4, 1945. NBC net. "Lillian Wald". Sustaining. The Hebrew word, "Sedaka," means "charity." In 1893, Lillian Wald begun nursing the immigrants on the lower East Side of New York City and founded the Henry Street Settlement. The musical sound-montage heard at the start and conclusion of the story is pure radio. After-drama speaker: Rita Wallach Morgenthau, president of the Henry Street Settlement. The program was repeated on September 15, 1946 (see cat. #111087). Morton Wishengrad (writer), Lucille Wall, Len Sterling (narrator), Rita Wallach Morgenthau, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Richard Leone, David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110809. The Eternal Light. November 11, 1945. NBC net. "A Rhode Island Refuge". Sustaining. A new production of the first show of the series, heard on October 8, 1944 (see cat.#15980). A portrait of colonial Rhode Island and a moral decsion regarding the slave trade. After-drama speaker: Dr. Norman Sollett (?), director of, "The Wartime Emergency Commission For Conservative Judaism." He sounds very much like Franklin Roosevelt. The announcer speaks very slowly during this broadcast. Morton Wishengrad (writer), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Norman Sollett (?), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110811. The Eternal Light. November 18, 1945. NBC net. "The Day Of The Shadow". Sustaining. The chaplain who buried 23,000 Jews in Belsen, speaks of what he saw...and did not see. A moving and troubling story about Jacob Boretsky; drama of the concentration camps during the war. A program difficult to hear, and therefore great radio. After-drama speaker: Rabbi William Brada (?) of Temple Beth-El, Providence, Rhode Island. The system cue has been deleted. Morton Wishengrad (writer), Roger De Koven, Peter Capell, William Brada (?), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

76027. The Eternal Light. November 25, 1945. NBC net. "Thomas Kennedy". Sustaining. Thomas Kennedy refused to take the oath of office in the 1818 Maryland legislature. He claimed that the oath was against the Constitution, because it required an affirmation of "Christian" principles. A well-written and performed Thanksgiving topic. The script is similar to "The Eternal Light" broadcast of October 29, 1944 (see cat. #15982) and was rebroadcast on September 8, 1946 (see cat. #111086). Norman Rose, Phillip Foster, Len Sterling, Horace Braham, Burford Hampden, Alfred Shirley, Delmar Knutson, Elmer Lehr, Edward A. Wright, Richard Keith, Robert Craven, David Putterman (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Solomon Grazell (after-drama speaker: President of The Jewish Book Council Of America, speaking from Philadelphia), Arthur Gary (announcer), Ian MacAllaster, Guy Repp. 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76185. The Eternal Light. December 2, 1945. NBC net. "The Macabees". Sustaining. The story of how "The Festival Of Lights" started with the Macabee's revolt against the Romans. Well done! The script was previously produced on "The Eternal Light" on December 10, 1944 (see cat. #15985). Alexander Scourby, Roger De Koven (narrator), Joseph Boland, Adelaide Klein, Edgar Stehli, Gregory Morton, David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Abraham Halpern (after-drama speaker: Rabbi, speaking from St. Louis). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76207. The Eternal Light. December 9, 1945. NBC net. "The Lantern In The Inferno". Sustaining. "The story of a modern Macabee, Chana Senesh, who died for God's name." Parachuting behind enemy lines, a mission into Yugoslavia turns into an attempt to save the Jewish children of Hungary. Captured by the Nazis leads to torture...and worse. She died so that others might live. Well done. Karl Malden, Charlotte Holland, Gregory Morton, Dan Ocko, David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Felix Levy (after-drama speaker: Rabbi, Emanuel Congregation, speaking from Chicago). 29:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76208. The Eternal Light. December 16, 1945. NBC net. "A Chassidic Tale". Sustaining. A Chassidic rabbi comes to a small town in the Ukraine. But, they already have a rabbi! This rabbi plays checkers, dances, and recommends bringing a cow into the house. Richard Keith (narrator), Will Geer, Harold Huber, Dan Ocko, Joseph Boland, Eleanor Audley, Don Appel, David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Solomon Metz (after-drama speaker: Rabbi of Adath Israel, speaking from Washington, D.C.). 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76215. The Eternal Light. December 23, 1945. NBC net. "A Sound Of Music". Sustaining. The story of pianist Adolph Baller, whose hands were ruined by the Nazis in 1938, yet who became a concert pianist after the war. Alexander Scourby, Mitzi Gould (narrator), Stefan Schnabel, Dan Ocko, Karl Swenson, Joseph Boland, Arthur Gary (announcer), Dean Jennings (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), J. X. Cohen (after-drama speaker: Rabbi of The Free Synagogue, New York City), David Putterman (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Frank Papp (director). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76216. The Eternal Light. December 30, 1945. NBC net. "The Voice Of Rochelle". Sustaining. A young orphan tries to remember his parents, so his uncle in America can be found. Anne Sterrett, Ronald Liss, Harold Huber, Gregory Morton, Dan Ocko, Karl Swenson, Luis Van Rooten, Joseph Boland, Arthur Gary (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Edward Silver (after-drama speaker: President of The National Council Of The Young), Bobby Miller (assistant singer). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76219. The Eternal Light. January 6, 1946. NBC net. "Jonah". Sustaining. A retelling of the biblical story of Jonah. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Jack Lloyd, Edgar Stehli, Richard Keith, Mitzi Gould, Joseph Wiseman, Gregory Morton, Robert Nathan (author), Harry Kleiner (adaptor), David Putterman (cantor), Herman Halperin (after-drama speaker: Rabbi of The Tree Of Life Congregation, speaking from Pittsburgh), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Arthur Gary (announcer). 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76220. The Eternal Light. January 13, 1946. NBC net. "The Parable Of Reb Yisroel". Sustaining. A thief helps a fellow resident of Bialystok gain admittance to heaven. An angelic mission returns to Earth to question Reb Yisroel. The system cue has been deleted. Harold Huber, Martin Wolfson, Charme Allen, Will Geer, Joseph Boland, Joe DeSantis, Norman Rose, David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Aaron Ophur (after-drama speaker: Rabbi of The Hebrew tabernacle, Washington Heights, New York City), Juano Hernandez, Mel Ferrer (narrator: billed as Melcher Ferrer). 29:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

75993. The Eternal Light. January 20, 1946. NBC net. "My Cousin Avigdor". Sustaining. A man tells the story of "The National Dope Of Palestine," his young cousin who loves trees. A moving story. The script was rebroadcast on "The Eternal Light on February, 1964 (see cat. #43399). Ben Cooper (narrator), Michael Artist, Roger De Koven, Arthur Kohl, Norman Rose, David Kurlan, William Wyatt, David Putterman (cantor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Morton Wishengrad, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director), Benjamin Birnbaum (after-drama talk: Rabbi, speaking from Chicago). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75994. The Eternal Light. January 27, 1946. NBC net. "Isaac Mayer Wise". Sustaining. The story of the founder of Reform Judiasm in America. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on March 18, 1945 (see cat. #15994) and subsequently on November 4, 1951 (see cat. #111167). Karl Swenson, Gregory Morton, Richard Keith, Guy Repp, Robert Segal (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Barnett R. Bruckner (after-drama talk: Rabbi of the Euclid Avenue Temple, Cleveland, speaking from Cleveland). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110812. The Eternal Light. February 3, 1946. NBC net. "The Sabbath Of Chayim, The Porter". Sustaining. The story of "Chayim of the broad shoulders" and "Hannah of the white curtains." Beautifully written! After-drama speaker: Rabbi Benjamin Lichter, of the Congregation B'nai Israel, Pittsburgh. The story was repeated on "The Eternal Light" on June 14, 1953 (see cat. #111385). Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Benjamin Lichter, Isaac Leib Peretz (author), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Juano Hernandez, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

110813. The Eternal Light. February 10, 1946. NBC net. "The Postmaster Of Quincy". Sustaining. On May 5, 1861 in Quincy, Illinois, Abraham Jonas is appointed Postmaster. However, Abraham's son does not attend the swearing in ceremony. One of his son's is an abolitionist, the other a retentionist. After-diner speaker: Rabbi Ariel Lev, Executive Director of the Committee on Navy and Army Religious Activites of The National Jewish Wefare Board," Washinton, D.C. Roger De Koven, Edwin Cooper, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ariel Lev, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director), Robert Segal (cantor). 29:44. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

76218. The Eternal Light. February 17, 1946. NBC net. "The Pastor Of Eindhoven". Sustaining. The story of how Pastor von Hochstratton stood up to the Nazis during the German occupation of Holland. After the drama, the program receives a Brotherhood Week Award as "Outstanding Network Religious Radio Series of 1945." Charles H. Tuttle ("distinguished lawyer," member of the New York City Board of Higher Education) presents the award. Rabbi Moshe Davis (Registrar and Radio Program Editor of The Jewish Theological Seminary) accepts the citation. Karl Swenson, Richard Keith, Gregory Morton, Stefan Schnabel, Joseph Boland, Joe DeSantis, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Arthur Gary (announcer), Charles H. Tuttle, Moshe Davis, Frank Papp (director). 29:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

110814. The Eternal Light. February 24, 1946. NBC net. "Moses Mendelssohn". Sustaining. Moses Mendelssohn lived in Berlin, during the time of Frederick The Great. He was a hunchback, a Jew, a philosopher...and he was "The Universal Man." He was, "The Socrates of Germany," and "The First Jew Of Europe." After-drama speaker: Rabbi Harry Halpern of the East Midland Jewish Center, Brookln. A recording of this program was rebroadcast on "The Eternal Light" on October 23, 1949. The October 23, 1949 broadcast is not separately catalogued. The script was subsequently heard on "The Eternal Light" on November 1, 1953 (see cat. #111374). Martin Wolfson (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Peter Capell, Harry Halpern, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

111070. The Eternal Light. March 3, 1946. NBC net. "The Ransom Of Rabbi Meir. Sustaining. In 1286 in the German city of Rothenburg, a rabbi urges the citizens to "endure" the humiliations of the government, so the rabbi is accused of cowardice. After drama speaker: Rabbi Phillip Lang of Congration Beth Abraham, Oakland, speaking from San Francisco. Juano Hernandez, Alexander Scourby, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director), Robert Segal (cantor), Phillip Lang. 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111071. The Eternal Light. March 10, 1946. NBC net. "My Favorite Assassin". Sustaining. A story of the French Foreign Legion and three Jewish volunters. In the blazing hot desert, they are vulnerable to a sadistic officer. After drama speaker: Commander Joshua Goldberg, Assistant Chaplain of the Third Naval District. Alexander Scourby (narrator), George Harold (writer), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Stefan Schnabel, Roger De Koven, Morton Wishengrad (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director), Joshua Goldberg. 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111072. The Eternal Light. March 17, 1946. NBC net. "The Great Purim Scandal". Sustaining. A visit to the world of Sholom Aleichem. What is a nosh? What is a "hamantash?" It's time for the Purim play! After drama speaker: Rabbi Goodman Rose of Congregation Beth Salom, speaking from Pittsburgh. Mamorsky's score is well-suited to Purim! Alan Reed (narrator), Joe DeSantis, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Maurice Samuel (writer), Goodman Rose, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76217. The Eternal Light. March 24, 1946. NBC net. "Rachel". Sustaining. The story of Rachel, set in 1924 Palestine. A woman battles with tuberculosis and starts to write her thoughts...in verse. The script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light" on March 18, 1973 (see cat. #43422). There is no after-drama speaker: Alexander Scourby, Mitzi Gould, Robert Segal (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Rubin Wallenrod (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111073. The Eternal Light. March 31, 1946. NBC net. "The Cow That Coughed". Sustaining. The story of how Nathan Strauss fought for the pasteurization of milk at the turn of the century. Well done. The script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light" on January 5, 1969 (see cat. #16026). After-drama speaker: Rabbi Elias Solomon of Congregation Chari Tzadek, New York. Philip Bourneuf, Guy Repp, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Elias Solomon, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111074. The Eternal Light. April 7, 1946. NBC net. "The Hand Of The Hunter". Sustaining. A Jewish man is taken outside his apartment and shot. Aaron Mayrowitz, his son, is taken to a concentration camp until after the war ends. Aaron demands his own revenge. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Roland Gittlestone, Central Synagogue of Nassau County. Morton Wishengrad (writer), Roger De Koven (narrator), Jack Lloyd, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:41. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

76222. The Eternal Light. April 14, 1946. NBC net. "The Tender Grass". Sustaining. A fantasy for Passover. A young boy pulls the tongues from seven baby birds. He grows up, marries and has seven sons, none of which can speak. A delightful fable, well-written, outstanding radio! The system cue has been deleted. The script was used subsequently on "The Eternal Light" on March 30, 1947 (see cat. #16000) and on March 26, 1950 (see cat. #16002). Alexander Scourby (narrator), Juano Hernandez, Michael Artist, Dan Ocko, Richard Keith, Doris Rich, Abby Lewis, Joseph Wiseman, Guy Spaull, Stuart McIntosh, Frank Garry, Donald Bain (bird sounds), Robert Segal (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), D. Bergerson (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Goldstein (after-drama speker: Rabbi, Congregation Shereth Israel, speaking from San Francisco), Hester Sondergaard. 29:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

15999. The Eternal Light. April 21, 1946. NBC net. "When I Think Of Seraya". Sustaining. A well-done look at the aftermath of the war in a small European village. There is no after-drama speaker. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Michael Artist, Joseph Boland, Guy Repp, Gene Leonard, Sarah Fussell, Milton Steinberg (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75986. The Eternal Light. April 28, 1946. NBC net. "The Prayer Shawl and The Microscope". Sustaining. The story of an able scientist working for Louis Pasteur (Waldemar Haffkine), and of a strong faith. The script was used previously on "The Eternal Light" on February 4, 1945 (see cat. #15989, with words in the title reversed). After-drama speaker: Rabbi Jacob Weinstein, speaking from Chicago. Luis Van Rooten, Sidney Berry (narrator), Richard Keith, Juano Hernandez, Joe DeSantis, Robert Segal (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Jacob Weinstein, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76221. The Eternal Light. May 5, 1946. NBC net. "A Quiet Life In Hampshire". Sustaining. Children from the concentration camps are brought to England...to begin from the beginning. Horace Braham, David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Molly Panta Downs (? author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Henry Fischer (after-drama speaker: Rabbi, Congregation B'nai Zion, speaking from Chicago). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75997. The Eternal Light. May 12, 1946. NBC net. "To Conquer The Sea". Sustaining. A young Jew decides to go to sea and fight the Nazis in his own unique way. Jacob Kaspe, a Jew who loved the sea. An announcement is made that the program has been named, "The Best Religious Program Broadcast By A National Network," by Ohio State University. Joe DeSantis, Joseph Boland, Guy Repp, David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Louis I. Rabinowitz (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Joel Geffen (after-drama talk: Rabbi with The Jewish Theological Seminary), Donald Buka, Stuart McIntosh. 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75998. The Eternal Light. May 19, 1946. NBC net. "A Pity For The Living". Sustaining. "Have you no idea of the pain of all living things?" Grown-ups don't really understand! Well-written; the system cue has been deleted. Michael Artist, Richard Keith, Dan Ocko, Adelaide Klein, Juano Hernandez, Eleanor Audley, Ben Cooper, Charles Nevil, Joan Lazer, Donald Bain (animal sounds), David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Sholom Alechem (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Simon Kramer (after-drama talk: Rabbi at the Hebrew Institute of University Heights, New York City). 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

111075. The Eternal Light. May 26, 1946. NBC net. "The Savior Of Barnow". Sustaining. What is a human being? That's an easy question for Mendele! After-drama speaker: Rabbi Theodore Friedman of the Jackson Heights (New York) Jewish Center. Joe DeSantis, Berry Kroeger (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Karl Franzos (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111076. The Eternal Light. June 2, 1946. NBC net. "Hunger". Sustaining. There's a guest at everyone's table...it is hunger. There are 100 million people in Europe starving to death on less than 1500 calories per day. After-drama speaker: Fiorello La Guardia, Director General of UNRAA. Roger De Koven (narrator), Leon Janney, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Fiorello La Guardia, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111077. The Eternal Light. June 16, 1946. NBC net. "The Scroll On The Doorpost". Sustaining. What is a mezuzah and why is it nailed to the doorpost of a Jewish home? After-drama speaker: Rabbi Abraham Dubin of the Temple Gates Of Prayer, Flushing, New York. Juano Hernandez, Karl Swenson, Berry Kroeger (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Abraham Dubin, Leo Trepp (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

76213. The Eternal Light. June 23, 1946. NBC net. "For A New Suit Of Clothes". Sustaining. A well-done fable about a poor tailor and his young son, who never had the chance to wear a new suit and hear, "Wear it well." Great radio! Radio writing and performances don't get much better. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Michael Artist, Juano Hernandez, Richard Keith, Joan Lazer, Mitzi Gould, Gene Leonard, Jack Lloyd, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), David Frishman (author), Morris Silver (after-drama speaker: Rabbi, Temple Emanuel, speaking from Hartford). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76214. The Eternal Light. June 30, 1946. NBC net. "To The Disinherited". Sustaining. A dramatization of the report by Judge Simon Rifkin, on the state of Jewish "Displaced Persons" in Germany and Austria. Raymond Edward Johnson (narrator), Joseph Boland, Gene Leonard, Dan Ocko, Ronald Liss, Jack Lloyd, Gregory Morton, Guy Repp, David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conuctor). 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76032. The Eternal Light. July 7, 1946. NBC net. "The Wise Men Of Chelm". Sustaining. There are no fools in the town of Chelm, but foolish things do happen to them. Tales of herring, justice and more. Delightful radio! This program was subsequently heard on "The Eternal Light" on August 8, 1948 (see cat. #111108). Edgar Stehli, Leon Janney, Martin Wolfson, Guy Repp, Joe DeSantis, Louis Sorin, Norman Rose, David Putterman (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Roger De Koven (narrator), Alan Reed, Solomon Simon (author), Milton Wayne (adaptor). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

76206. The Eternal Light. July 14, 1946. NBC net. "The Wandering Of The Little Melody". Sustaining. A traditional story about a tune and its adventures. A folktale narrative. Karl Swenson, Joe DeSantis, Richard Keith, Joseph Wiseman, Milton Wayne (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joseph Boland, David Putterman (cantor), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111079. The Eternal Light. July 21, 1946. NBC net. "Job" part 1. Sustaining. The story of Mendel Singer...and of Job. After-drama speaker: Dr. Simon Blumenfield, College of Jewish Studies, speaking from Chicago. The system cue has been deleted. Roger De Koven, Bryna Raeburn, Joseph Roth (author), Virginia Wells (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 28:54. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

111080. The Eternal Light. July 28, 1946. NBC net. "Job" part 2. Sustaining. The conclusion of the tragic story. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Rudolf Rosenthal of Temple-On-The Heights, Cleveland Heights (speaking from New York City). Roger De Koven, Bryna Raeburn, Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Frank Papp (director), Joseph Roth (author), Virginia Wells (adaptor), Rudolf Rosenthal, Robert Segal (cantor). 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111081. The Eternal Light. August 4, 1946. NBC net. "Athalia". Sustaining. An evil queen is tormented by a dream in which she is slain by a Hebrew boy. After-drama speaker" Rabbi Edward Schoenfeld of the University Heights Jewish Center. Anne Seymour, Harold Rosenberg (adaptor), Jean Racine (author), Raymond Edward Johnson, Edward Schoenfeld, Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Ed King (director), Robert Segal (cantor, incorrectly announced as "David Segal"). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111082. The Eternal Light. August 11, 1946. NBC net. "The Would-Be Pauper". Sustaining. The town's richest man gives away enough to make him poor. "Upon charity, the universe is founded." After-drama speaker: Rabbi Harry Katzen, of the Jewish Theological Seminary. The system cue has been deleted. Gregory Morton, Edgar Stehli, Harold Rosenberg (adaptor), Abraham Risen (author), Harry Katzen, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director). 29:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

111083. The Eternal Light. August 18, 1946. NBC net. "Nathan, The Wise". Sustaining. Saladin tries to pit one religion against another. Those captured must choose between becoming a Muslim and death. Saladin learns that his sister is in love with a captured Templar! After-drama speaker: Rabbi Max Gelb of Temple of Israel, White Plains, New York. The system cue has been deleted. Raymond Edward Johnson, Ben Kagen (adaptor), Will Geer, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (author), Max Gelb, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director). 28:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

111084. The Eternal Light. August 25, 1946. NBC net. "I Believe, I Believe". Sponsored by: Sustainig. A story set in Warsaw, before the massacre. The year of the slaughter arrives. After-drama speaker: Leon Lang of Beth El Congregation, speaking from Philadelphia. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Roger De Koven, Norman Rosten (adaptor), Leon Lang, Yosellah Strovetza (? author), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111085. The Eternal Light. September 1, 1946. NBC net. "Brandeis". Sustaining. The first of four scheduled rebroadcasts of the program's most popular scripts written by Morton Wishengrad. The story of the Boston attorney who settled a difficult strike, became proud to be a Jew, and Justice of the Supreme Court. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on January 7, 1945 and subsequently on January 15, 1950 (see cat. #111125) and December 3, 1967 (see cat. #16020). After-drama speaker: Rabbi Judah Golden, Professor of Religion, University of Iowa. Berry Kroeger (narrator), Roger De Koven, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Judah Golden, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111086. The Eternal Light. September 8, 1946. NBC net. "Thomas Kennedy". Sustaining. The second of four scheduled rebroadcasts of the program's most popular scripts written by Morton Wishengrad. Thomas Kennedy refuses to take the oath of office in the 1818 Maryland legislature. He claimed the oath was against the Constitution, because it required an affirmation of "Christian" principles. A well-written and performed program. The script is similar to a "The Eternal Light" broadcast of October 29, 1944 (see cat. #15982). The program was rebroadcast on September 16, 1951 (see cat. #111160). After-drama speaker: Rabbi Henry Schorr of Temple Adath Israel, The Bronx, New York. Juano Hernandez (?), Horace Braham, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Henry Schorr, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111087. The Eternal Light. September 15, 1946. NBC net. "Lillian Wald". Sustaining. The third of four scheduled rebroadcasts of the program's most popular scripts written by Morton Wishengrad. The Hebrew word, "Sedaka," means "charity." In 1893, Lillian Wald began nursing the immigrants on the lower East Side of New York City and founded the Henry Street Settlement. After-drama speaker: Louis Loeb, Chairman of the Federation of Jewish Philanthorpies. Jane Cowl, Bryna Raeburn, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Louis Loeb, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111088. The Eternal Light. September 22, 1946. NBC net. "Chronicle Of The Dead". Sustaining. A story of life and death and the Day of Atonement, during the time of the Nazis. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Irving Miller of The Congregation Sons Of Israel, Woodmere, New York. Juano Hernandez, Guy Repp, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Milton Wayne (adaptor), Leon Szalet (writer), Irving Miller, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111089. The Eternal Light. October 6, 1946. NBC net. "The Town Of Little People". Sustaining. A poor man travels to Paris to see Baron Rothschild to sell him eternal life. He does just that...for 300 rubles. After-drama speaker: Frank Marshall, Vice-President of The American Association Of Jewish Education, speaking from Chicago. Ralph Bell, Roger De Koven (narrator), Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Sholom Alechem (writer), Frank Marshall, Morris Mamorsky (conductor), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director). 29:29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111090. The Eternal Light. October 13, 1946. NBC net. "The Miracle Of Hashano Rabo". Sustaining. Berkov is a modest man who manufactures vinegar. He knows everything about machinery...especially locomotives. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Samuel Segal of Mount Nebo Congregation, New York City. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Edgar Stehli, Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Sholom Alechem (writer), Samuel Segal, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111091. The Eternal Light. October 20, 1946. NBC net. "Isiah and The United Nations". Sustaining. The book of Isiah and he United Nations. The first meeting of the General Assembly is soon to take place. The delegate from, "Hashem Shamo" has no credentials is not admited. But he is none other than the prophet Isiah, and he has a few things to say! There is no after-drama speaker. Alan Hewitt, Raymond Edward Johnson, Stanley Silverman (writer), Robert Segal (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111092. The Eternal Light. October 27, 1946. NBC net. "The Pocketknife". Sustaining. The young Sholom is an indifferent student, perhaps because he he no friend...and no pocketknife. After-drama speaker: Mrs. Barnett Koppelman, President of the United Women's League of the United Synagogue. Ronnie Liss, Alexander Scourby, Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Sholom Alechem (writer), Barnett Koppelman, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111093. The Eternal Light. November 10, 1946. NBC net. "The Third Attribute". Sustaining. The second of five parables written by Morton Wishengrad. In 1824, 11-year-old Enoch develops infantile paralysis. His father hires Reuben to take care of Enoch, but there's no love lost between them. There is no after-drama speaker. Ronnie Liss, Karl Swenson, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Alexander Scourby (narrator), David Putterman (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (cantor), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111094. The Eternal Light. November 17, 1946. NBC net. "The Four Spinsters Of Gimmel". Sustaining. The third of five parables written by Morton Wishengrad. The four unmarried girls of Gimmel are a blot on the pride of the town. How to get these four unfortunate daughters of Israel a dowery and a husband? There is no after-drama speaker. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Will Geer, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111095. The Eternal Light. November 24, 1946. NBC net. "How They Knocked The Devil Out Of Uncle Ezra". Sustaining. The fourth of five parables by Morton Wishengrad. In the small town of Daled, Uncle Ezra is born an old man. The conflict is perpetual: man or boy. After-drama speaker: Albert Gordon, director of The United Synagogue of America, speaking from Chicago. The program was repeated on "The Eternal Light" on May 23, 1948. In fact, the 1948 program may be a recorded playback of this same broadcast, it's hard to tell. The program was rebroadcast yet again on October 30, 1949. The program of October 30, 1949 is not catalogued separately. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Michael Artist, Roger De Koven, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Albert Gordon, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111096. The Eternal Light. December 1, 1946. NBC net. "Jacob's Ladder". Sustaining. The program opening is slightly upcut. The fifth of five parables by Morton Wishengrad. Jacob Schneider was considered a candidate to enter heaven, even though he was a poor farmer living outside Louisville. After-drama talk: Rabbi Julius Nodell of "The Temple," speaking from Cleveland. The script was used again on, "The Eternal Light" on June 8, 1952 (see cat. #111346). House Jameson, Edgar Stehli (?), Juano Hernandez, Bryna Raeburn, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director), Julius Nodell, David Putterman (cantor). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111097. The Eternal Light. December 8, 1946. NBC net. "The Mark Of Cain". Sustaining. The story of Sophie Irene Loeb, a journalist in 1910 New York City. In 1914 in New York City, a geranium rested on a fire escape. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Jacob Combe, Temple Sinai, Los Angeles. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Aline MacMahon, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Jacob Combe, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111098. The Eternal Light. December 15, 1946. NBC net. "American Farmer". Sustaining. The story of an American who chose farming as a profession: Jacob Carlin. It's the story of "work" and the belief in the future of our country Jacob was not only a farmer...but a boxer too, but a poor one. After-drama speaker: Gabriel Davidson, Managing Editor of The Jewish Agricultural Society. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Edgar Stehli, Norman Rosten (writer), Jane Morgan, Gabriel Davidson, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111099. The Eternal Light. December 29, 1946. NBC net. "The Girl Without A Name". Sustaining. A girl has no name, just a number tatooed on her forearm. The girl without a name has no memory of the past. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Lawrence Schwartz, of The Jewish Community Center, White Plains, New York. The system cue has been deleted. Roger De Koven (narrator), Mitzi Gould, Alan Marcus (writer), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Lawrence Schwartz, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111100. The Eternal Light. January 5, 1947. NBC net. "Lifeline To A Promised Land". Sustaining. A displaced person dreams of an open doorway to a new land. A government official tries to "open the doors" for refugees. There is no after-drama speaker. Raymond Edward Johnson (narrator), Dan Ocko, Ira Hirschman (writer), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (compoer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111101. The Eternal Light. March 9, 1947. NBC net. "An Ordinary Megillah". Sustaining. A renewal of belief in Purim in our time. After-drama speaker: Dr. Edgar Magnum of The Wiltshire Boulevard Temple. Arnold Perl (writer), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Roger De Koven, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16000. The Eternal Light. March 30, 1947. NBC net. "The Tender Grass". Sustaining. A fable about a boy who removes the tongues of seven baby birds and grows to manhood to have seven mute sons. The prophet Elijah takes a hand. The script was used previously on "The Eternal Light" on April 14, 1946 (see cat. #76222) and subsequently on March 26, 1950 (see cat. #16002). Alexander Scourby (narrator), Juano Hernandez, Richard Keith, Joseph Wiseman, Roger De Koven, Adelaide Klein, Dan Ocko, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), D. Bergelson (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Bob Denton (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111102. The Eternal Light. April 13, 1947. NBC net. "Out Of Their Bondage". Sustaining. There is a portion of the program, near the begining, that is noticeably off-speed. A "New Pharoah," named Heinrich Himmler" has come over the Jewish peoples. A delegation of one is to be sent to reason with Himmler, Dr. Norbert Mazur. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Paul Rice, of Temple Beth El, Norfolk, Virginia. He speaks from Virginia. Alexander Scourby, Peter Capell, Hedda Rosten (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111103. The Eternal Light. April 20, 1947. NBC net. "A Page From The Song Of Songs". Sustaining. A story about Spring; about a girl and a boy. The music score by Morris Mamorsky is particularly beautiful. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Larry Robinson, Joseph Mindel (adaptor), Susan Thorn, Sholom Alechem (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor) Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111104. The Eternal Light. April 27, 1947. NBC net. "The Price Of Liberty". Sustaining. In Philadelphia, during the war of 1812, a French-Canadian Jew (try that for a radio dialect) enlists men to board his Clipper ship and fight the British. Ralph Bell, Roger De Koven (narrator), Arnold Perl (adaptor), Howard Fast (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111105. The Eternal Light. May 4, 1947. NBC net. "The Fiddle". Sustaining. Young Sholom falls in love with the fiddle and his special melody (The Kiddush). Excellent writing and production. Martin Wolfson, Ronnie Liss, Arnold Perl (adaptor), Sholom Alechem (writer), Sylvan Schuler (violinist), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73982. The Eternal Light. May 11, 1947. NBC net. "The Swim". Sustaining. Six refugees heading for Palestine during the war find themselves adrift in the Black Sea after their boat is torpedoed by a Nazi submarine. The production makes excellent use of music and sound. An unusual "story for Mother's Day." Donald Buka, Roger De Koven, Paquita Anderson, Ralph Bell, Alan Hewitt, Leon Janney, Adelaide Klein, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Bob Denton (announcer). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73983. The Eternal Light. May 18, 1947. NBC net. "The Trolley Bible Of The Broadway Line". Sustaining. The story of an Irish bus driver in New York City, and how he became a biblical and historical scholar. The script has well delineated characterizations. The program will not be broadcast next week. The script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light" program of December 12, 1948 and January 18, 1964 (see cat. #16012). Edgar Stehli (narrator), Karl Swenson, Roger De Koven, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Bob Denton (announcer). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71687. The Eternal Light. June 1, 1947. NBC net. "Pugnacious Commodore". Sustaining. The story of Uriah Levy, who started his career as a ten-year-old cabin boy. He joined the navy and fought in the war of 1812. Despite the prejudice against him because he was a Jew, he become a captain and later a commodore. He is remembered for abolishing corporal punishment in the U.S. Navy. After-drama speaker: Stanley Garten, of the National Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs. Leon Janney, Roger De Koven (narrator), Edwin Jerome, David Putterman (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Abram Canot (author), Maurice Robinson (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Stanley Garten. 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71688. The Eternal Light. June 8, 1947. NBC net. "The Search". Sustaining. Jenny Ahrons, a refugee from Poland, has given up hope of finding her daughter, and perhaps of finding a meaning in life. A moving story! William Rosenwald (chairman of the United Jewish Appeal) speaks after the drama. Bernard Lenrow, Mitzi Gould, Norman Rose, Adelaide Klein, Martin Wolfson, Dan Ocko, Joan Lazer, Richard Keith, David Putterman (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), William Rosenwald. 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71683. The Eternal Light. June 15, 1947. NBC net. "How The Sabbath Was Seven Minutes Late In Tel Aviv". Sustaining. A humorous fable about the man who blew the shofar to start the Sabbath, and of the time he was late. Edgar Stehli, Alexander Scourby, Dan Ocko, Adelaide Klein, Arnold Perl (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

71681. The Eternal Light. June 22, 1947. NBC net. "Case History". Sustaining. The story of Walter Ivanye, a Hungarian Jew who survived the holocaust, is dramatized. A stirring tale, based on actual incidents in Mr. Invanye's life. After the drama, Dr. Israel M. Goldman (president of the Rabincal Association of America") speaks from Providence, Rhode Island. Peter Capell, Alexander Scourby, Patsy Campbell, Richard Keith, David Putterman (cantor), Jack Kuney (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Israel M. Goldman, Arnold Perl (writer). 29:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75767. The Eternal Light. June 29, 1947. NBC net. "Valley Forge". Sustaining. Two soldiers are court martialled during that terrible winter at Valley Forge. The script was originally broadcast on "The NBC University Of The Air," elements were taken from the play by Maxwell Anderson. The program was produced subsequently on September 9, 1951 (see cat. #111159). Charles Irving, Martin Wolfson, Will Geer, Jack Lloyd, Arthur Kohl, James McCallion, Grant Richards, David Putterman (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Maxwell Anderson (author), Daniel Sutter (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Walter Sundlin (after-drama talk from Providence, Rhode Island: "prominent attorney"). 29:26. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

75766. The Eternal Light. July 6, 1947. NBC net. "The Shamed Trumpet". Sustaining. A very well-done sound portrait of life in a small Russian village at the turn of the century. Paul Dubov, Larry Robinson, Adelaide Klein, Santos Ortega, David Putterman (cantor), Nachman Bialik (author), Arnold Perl (adaptor), Daniel Sutter (director), Ray Barrett (announcer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

75772. The Eternal Light. July 13, 1947. NBC net. "The Chessmaster". Sustaining. A Polish boy becomes obsessed with the game of chess and achieves remarkable success...or does he? A well-done drama based on a difficult subject for radio, the game of chess. Leon Janney, Edgar Stehli, Adelaide Klein, Dan Ocko, Stefan Schnabel, David Putterman (cantor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Seymour Ethan (writer), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75773. The Eternal Light. July 20, 1947. NBC net. "Herzl and The Minstrel". Sustaining. The story of how the founder of Zionism spent his summer vacations, from 1899 to 1903. An accordion player and a jeweler changes a life. Louis Sorin, Adelaide Klein, Santos Ortega, Edgar Stehli, Joe DeSantis, David Putterman (cantor, vocal solo), Arnold Perl (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Walter McGraw (director). 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71686. The Eternal Light. July 27, 1947. NBC net. "Samson In Chains". Sustaining. Who is "The Blind Woman of Judea" who awaits outside the prison of the blinded Samson? She's Delilah herself, along with her wicked brother. A talky dramatization of the biblical story, not nearly as good as it could have been. In a rare production error, Ray Barrett's closing announcement begins on an echo chamber mike. Santos Ortega, Anne Seymour, Edwin Jerome, Harold Rosenberg (writer), Herman Bernstein (translator), Kermit Murdock, Mitzi Gould, Stefan Schnabel, Gregory Morton, David Putterman (cantor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Walter McGraw (director). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71685. The Eternal Light. August 3, 1947. NBC net. "The Three Gifts". Sustaining. When Chaim, the baker, dies and goes to heaven, he is to be judged. Will he get into heaven or not? An interesting fable unfolds as the baker confronts the whole concept of good deeds. Well written! Adelaide Klein, Dan Ocko, David Putterman (cantor), Norman Rose (narrator), Bernard Lenrow, Roger De Koven, Edgar Stehli, Isaac Leib Peretz (author), Ray Barrett (announcer), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Arnold Perl (writer), Solomon Lipsen (translator). 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71689. The Eternal Light. August 10, 1947. NBC net. "The Daughters Of Tevye". Sustaining. Tevye, the milkman, tries to marry his daughter to a rich man, but she loves the tailor. Then one day, a poet comes to Kasreilevska. The story has the same characters made famous in, "Fiddler On The Roof." Norman Rose, Edgar Stehli, Ralph Locke, Adelaide Klein, David Putterman (cantor), Sholom Alechem (author), Joseph Liss (adaptor), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Ray Barrett (announcer). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71690. The Eternal Light. August 17, 1947. NBC net. "The Yeleds Of Yeled". Sustaining. The fable of a town whose only inhabitants are young boys. Then one day, a citizen's voice changes and he eventually learns a profound secret. A clever fable with the lesson that change is good and the differences between people are good too. There's "unity in diversity." The program was subsequently produced on "The Eternal Light" on January 28, 1951 (see cat. #111143). Norman Rose (narrator), Juano Hernandez, Kermit Murdock, Michael Artist, Sarah Fussell, Robert Segal (cantor), Alan Sergel (writer), Ray Barrett (announcer), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75756. The Eternal Light. August 24, 1947. NBC net. "A Tale Of Mendele, The Bookseller". Sustaining. Two meek friends adventure forth into strange lands. A mild attempt at humor. Karl Swenson, William Keene, Adelaide Klein, Robert Segal (cantor), Roger Tuttle (announcer), Arnold Perl (writer), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Edgar Stehli. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75757. The Eternal Light. August 31, 1947. NBC net. "The Passover Guest". Sustaining. A young boy is fascinated by a Passover guest from far, far away. Juano Hernandez, Michael Artist, Robert Segal (cantor), Arnold Perl (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Norman Rose, Ray Barrett (announcer), Sholom Alechem (author). 28:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

75693. The Eternal Light. September 7, 1947. NBC net. "And There Was Light". Sustaining. A soldier, blinded in combat, wants very much to have a Hebrew bible written in Braille. Gregory Morton, Frank Thomas, Leon Janney, Robert Segal (cantor), Alan Sergel (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

75493. The Eternal Light. September 14, 1947. NBC net. "House In The Desert". Sustaining. In 1939, a dreamer tries to bring water to the Negev desert. A good story; one that's just perfect for John Gibson in the lead. John Gibson, Peter Capell (narrator), Martin Wolfson, Jack Lloyd, Robert Segal (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor). 28:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

75749. The Eternal Light. September 21, 1947. NBC net. "The Undeterred". Sustaining. A drama about the seventeen thousand "bears" in the "zoo" of Cyprus, all trying to get to Palestine. Well-done, good radio! Norman Rose, Mitzi Gould (narrator), Bryna Raeburn, Kermit Murdock, Joseph Boland, Stefan Schnabel, Robert Segal (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16001. The Eternal Light. September 28, 1947. NBC net. "Wells Of Salvation". Sustaining. A portrait of the holiday of Succoth, told in song and story. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Bernard Segal, Executive Vice-President of The Rabbinical Assembly Of America. Norman Rose (narrator), Santos Ortega, Adelaide Klein, Gregory Morton, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Chana Amsterdam Kliegfeld (vocal), Bernard Segal. 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73981. The Eternal Light. October 12, 1947. NBC net. "A Journey To Ger". Sustaining. A talky parable about a preacher and a teamster on a mission of mercy to a starving city. Good morality doesn't always make interesting radio. Norman Rose (narrator), Santos Ortega, Alexander Scourby, Martin Wolfson, Richard Keith, Robert Segal (cantor), Walter McGraw (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Morton Wishengrad (writer). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111106. The Eternal Light. October 19, 1947. NBC net. "The Door". Sustaining. The first day at school for a 7-year-old girl. This little girl speaks French and comes from far away. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joan Lazer, Howard Singer (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director), Milton Katims (cnductor). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73979. The Eternal Light. October 26, 1947. NBC net. "Father and The Angels". Sustaining. The son of rabbi in Zanesville, Ohio, at the turn of the century, tries to save the fire house...by burning down the lumber yard! His other adventures make for a charming portrait of the times. Edwin Bruce, Edgar Stehli, Leon Janney (narrator), Adelaide Klein, Bryna Raeburn, Robert Segal (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), William Manners (author), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (conductor). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73980. The Eternal Light. November 2, 1947. NBC net. "River Jordan". Sustaining. A radio travelogue of the River Jordan, through history and through modern Israel. The script was subsequently produced on "The Eternal Light" on May 16, 1948 (see cat. #75765) and on December 18, 1949. The December 18, 1949 broadcast is a repeat of the May 16, 1948 broadcast and is not catalogued separately. Ralph Bell, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Roger De Koven, Joseph Boland, Guy Repp, Irve Tunick (adaptor), Nelson Glick (author), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Hadassah Kohler (vocal). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75754. The Eternal Light. November 9, 1947. NBC net. "The Oath Of Hippocrates". Sustaining. The story of Joseph Goldberger, an immigrant boy determined to become a doctor, and who eventually discovered a cure for pellegra. The story is well dramatized, but the overly dramatic narration reminds one of, "The March Of Time." Roger De Koven (narrator), Jack Lloyd, Karl Swenson, Dan Ocko, Joan Lazer, Gregory Morton, Robert Parsons (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75755. The Eternal Light. November 16, 1947. NBC net. "The Congregation Of The Dead". Sustaining. The program is slight upcut. "An ancient parable for a modern incident." Dying Rabbi Nachman takes his final journey. A confusing story, but interesting radio. The program was heard again on "The Eternal Light" broadcast October 10, 1948. Peter Capell, Alexander Scourby, Stefan Schnabel, Juano Hernandez, Adelaide Klein, Mitzi Gould, David Putterman (cantor), Paul Tabori (? author), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75744. The Eternal Light. November 23, 1947. NBC net. "The Late-Comers". Sustaining. A Thanksgiving program showing that we are all immigrants, and by implication, a program against immigration quotas and a plea to help "Displaced Persons." The drama is based on a book by Dr. Maurice Daley, who speaks after the drama. Leon Janney, Nelson Case (narrator), Joseph Boland, Adelaide Klein, David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Maurice Daley (Professor of Sociology at Yale, author of "Refugees In America"), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:26. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

75745. The Eternal Light. November 30, 1947. NBC net. "Ben Yehuda". Sustaining. A dramatized biography of the man responsible for bringing Hebrew back to "life" from being a "dead" language. Staats Cotsworth, Bernard Lenrow, Jack Lloyd, Guy Repp, Arnold Perl (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Arthur Gary (announcer), David Putterman (cantor), Abraham Milgram (after-drama speaker: Educational director, The United Synagogue Of America), Norman Rose (narrator), Joe DeSantis. 29:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75774. The Eternal Light. December 7, 1947. NBC net. "And It Came To Pass". Sustaining. "A document of the faith" in honor of the partitioning of Palestine by the United Nations, which created the state of Israel. Paul Muni (narrator), Regina Resnick (soprano), Roger De Koven, Bernard Lenrow, Guy Repp, David Putterman (cantor), Arthur Gary (announcer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Simon Greenberg (after-drama talk: Provost of The Jewish Theological Seminary), Louis Levanthal (after-drama talk: Judge, speaking from Frankfort). 29:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

75775. The Eternal Light. December 14, 1947. NBC net. "The Singing Valley". Sustaining. A lyrical portrait of the hardships of the first pioneers of Palestine after the war. Virginia Payne (narrator), Arthur Gary (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Hadassah Kohler (soloist), Mrs. Israel Goldstein (after-drama talk: President of The Pioneer Women Of America, speaks from Philadelphia, describing Chanukah in Palestine). 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75768. The Eternal Light. December 21, 1947. NBC net. "Enzo Sereni". Sustaining. An Italian youth of the upper class moves to pre-war Palestine, becomes the spokesman for his people, and meets his death in a German concentration camp. Charlotte Holland, Roger De Koven, Jack Lloyd, Leon Janney, Joan Lazer, Gene Leonard, David Putterman (cantor), Arnold Perl (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Emanuel Neuman (after-drama talk from Chicago: President of The Zionist Organization Of America). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75769. The Eternal Light. December 28, 1947. NBC net. "The Thief and The Hangman". Sustaining. The story of Micah, the thief, based on an ancient fable of the Yemenite Jews. After his capture, his execution presents a difficult question. The script was previously produced on "The Eternal Light" on March 2, 1947 and subsequently on January 8, 1950 (see cat. #111124) and December 10, 1967 (see cat. #16021). Alexander Scourby (narrator), Juano Hernandez, Ralph Bell, Adelaide Klein, Will Geer, Edgar Stehli, David Putterman (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Daniel Ross (after-drama talk: Chairman of the Board of The Society For The Advancement Of Judaism). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75770. The Eternal Light. April 4, 1948. NBC net. "The Physician Of Birkenau". Sustaining. The program originates from Hollywood. An excellent story about a Polish doctor who survived anti-Semiticism before the war and a D. P. camp after the war. Arriving in Palestine, a re-education begins as "Jews help Jews." Herb Vigran, Paul Frees, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Lew Ayres, Andrew C. Love (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Henry Russell (conductor), Julius Flegelman (after-drama talk: Chairman of the 1948 campaign of The United Jewish Welfare Fund of The Los Angeles Jewish Community Council). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75771. The Eternal Light. April 11, 1948. NBC net. "The Man Who Remembered Lincoln". Sustaining. The program originates from Hollywood. The story of Rabbi Leo Beck, the former Chief Rabbi of Berlin and a concentration camp survivor. A stark drama. Joseph Cotten (narrator), Luis Van Rooten, Paul Frees, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Andrew C. Love (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Henry Russell (conductor). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75758. The Eternal Light. April 18, 1948. NBC net. "The Passover Of Rembrandt Van Rijn". Sustaining. The program originates from Hollywood. The famous painter of Amsterdam is commissioned to paint Moses for the city fathers. He searches for descendants of the biblical figure to use for his model. A well-done Passover story. The program will not be heard next week because of Passover. Lou Merrill, Berry Kroeger, Paul Frees, Paul Marion (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Andrew C. Love (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Henry Russell (conductor), Carl Urstein (cantor), Lou Merrill. 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75759. The Eternal Light. May 2, 1948. NBC net. "The Man From Omaha". Sustaining. The program originates from Hollywood. The dramatized story of Henry Monsky, an immigrant; a man of honor who became the president of B'nai Brith. The system cue has been deleted. Edgar Stehli, Bernard Lenrow, Michael Artist, Adelaide Klein, Staats Cotsworth, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Arnold Perl (co-writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Abram S. Guiness (co-writer), Frank Goldman (after-drama speaker: President of the B'nai Brith), Arnold Moss (narrator), Roger De Koven, Frank Papp (director). 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

75764. The Eternal Light. May 9, 1948. NBC net. "The Things I Saw". Sustaining. A drama/documentary based on the writings of Chester Bowles (former head of the O.P.A., future Governor of Connecticut) on behalf of UNICEF. The real story about "the starving children of Europe." An announcement is made that Ohio State University has awarded the program "first place in religious broadcasting for the third year in a row." Joe DeSantis, Edgar Stehli, John McGovern, Adelaide Klein, Robert Segal (cantor), Irve Tunick (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Chester Bowles (not heard), Natalie Corr (?). 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75765. The Eternal Light. May 16, 1948. NBC net. "River Jordan". Sustaining. A radio travelogue of the River Jordan, through history and through modern Israel. A program in celebration of the new nation of Israel. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on November 2, 1947 (see cat. #73980) and on December 18, 1949. The December 18, 1949 broadcast is a repeat of the November 2, 1947 broadcast and is not catalogued separately. The system cue has been deleted. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Guy Repp, Ralph Bell, John Gibson, Peter Capell, Joseph Boland, Robert Segal (cantor), Irve Tunick (adaptor), Nelson Glick (author), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Albert Gordon (after-drama talk from Chicago: Rabbi, Director of The United Synagogues of America), Hadassah Kohler (soloist). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

111107. The Eternal Light. May 23, 1948. NBC net. "How They Knocked The Devil Out Of Uncle Ezra". Sustaining. The fourth of five parables by Morton Wishengrad. In the small town of Daled, Uncle Ezra is born an old man. The conflict is perpetual, man or boy. After-drama speaker: Albert Gordon, director of The United Synagogue of America, speaking from Chicago. This program was originally broadcast on November 24, 1946. This 1948 program may be a recording of the 1946 program and not just a new production of the script. The cast and participants are exactly the same, the timing is the same, it's hard to tell. The program was also rebroadcast on October 30, 1949. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Michael Artist, David Putterman (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director), Albert Gordon, Roger De Koven, Morton Wishengrad (writer). 29:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75750. The Eternal Light. May 30, 1948. NBC net. "The Return Of Danny Miller". Sustaining. A soldier returns home from the war with aphasia, an inability to speak. Stark, realistic radio! This program was rebroadcast on "The Eternal Light" on November 6, 1949 and is not catalogued separately. John Sylvester, Ralph Bell, John McGovern, Robert Segal (cantor), Sylvia Berger (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Julius Klein (after-drama speaker: Brigadier General, National Commander of The Jewish War Veterans). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75751. The Eternal Light. June 6, 1948. NBC net. "Boaz Makes Up His Mind". Sustaining. A re-telling of the story of Ruth. There was no "The Eternal Light" program on June 13th. Peter Capell, Alexander Scourby, Bryna Raeburn, Guy Repp, Adelaide Klein, Joseph Boland, Bernard Lenrow, Irving Fineman (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Louis Gerstein (after-drama speaker: Rabbi of The Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue). 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75752. The Eternal Light. June 20, 1948. NBC net. "The Dream Of Jacob Meyer". Sustaining. An amusing parable about racial/color tolerance, told through a story about a white mouse born into a family of black mice. John Gibson, Kermit Murdock, Will Geer, Adelaide Klein, Juano Hernandez, Robert Segal (cantor), Alan Marcus (adaptor), Zalman Schneer (author), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), William Keene, Peter Capell, Joe DeSantis. 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75753. The Eternal Light. July 11, 1948. NBC net. "Cain and Abel". Sustaining. The first program of a trilogy titled: "The Brothers." The biblical story leading to murder. Am I my brother's keeper? See cat. #71682 and #71684 for the other two program of the trilogy. Alexander Scourby, Donald Buka, Ralph Bell, Edgar Stehli, Roger De Koven, Robert Segal (cantor), Peter Lyon (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71682. The Eternal Light. July 18, 1948. NBC net. "Jacob and Esau". Sustaining. The second program of a trilogy named, "The Brothers." The biblical story of the death of Abraham, the sale by Esau of his birthright for a bowl of lentils. Jacob tricks Isaac into giving him his dying blessing. The re-union of Jacob and Esau. Well-done, good radio. See cat. #75753 and cat. #71684 for the other two programs of the trilogy. Donald Buka, Alexander Scourby, Ralph Bell, Edgar Stehli, Roger De Koven, Peter Lyon (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71684. The Eternal Light. July 25, 1948. NBC net. "Joseph and His Brothers". Sustaining. The third part of a trilogy named, "The Brothers." The biblical story of Joseph's interpretation of Pharaoh's dream, his appointment as Pharaoh's lieutenant, his confrontation with his brothers. A well-written story, the biblical events are told in an excellent radio style. See cat. #75753 and cat. #71682 for the other two programs of the trilogy. Alexander Scourby, Gregory Morton, Edgar Stehli, Peter Capell, Ralph Bell, Roger De Koven, Peter Lyon (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71679. The Eternal Light. August 1, 1948. NBC net. "Special Performance". Sustaining. An orphan, grown up and serving in the post-war army, takes a whole camp of German orphans to a real circus. One of the boys fails to find joy in the performance. Gary Merrill, Joe DeSantis, David Anderson, Joseph Boland, Guy Repp, Milton Wayne (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Ray Barrett (announcer). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111108. The Eternal Light. August 8, 1948. NBC net. "The Wise Men Of Chelm". Sustaining. There are no fools in the town of Chelm, but foolish things do happen to them. Tales of herring, justice and more. Delightful radio! This program was previously heard on "The Eternal Light" on July 7,1946 (see cat. #76032). Roger De Koven (narrator), Alan Reed, Milton Wayne (adaptor), Solomon Simon (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 27:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

71680. The Eternal Light. August 15, 1948. NBC net. "The Head Of The Table". Sustaining. The story of how one-time rabbinical student, Israel Kliegler, became a doctor and scientist who worked to eliminate malaria and typhus from the Holy Land. Peter Capell, Alexander Scourby, Leon Janney, Horace Braham, David Anderson, Roger De Koven, Joseph Boland, Bryna Raeburn, Irve Tunick (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor). 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

75762. The Eternal Light. August 22, 1948. NBC net. "Portland, U.S.A.". Sustaining. A delightful story about an immigrant from Poland, or is it Russia, who comes to America and sends for his brother...and therein lies a tale! Good radio. Edgar Stehli, Norman Rose, David Putterman (cantor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Irve Tunick (writer), Roger De Koven (narrator), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Leon Janney, Joe DeSantis, Milton Katims (conductor). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

75763. The Eternal Light. August 29, 1948. NBC net. "The Woman Rich In Time". Sustaining. A woman learns that doing well for others is the best reward for oneself. This program was subsequently heard on "The Erternal Light" on December 2, 1951 (see cat. #111170). Joan Lazer, Mitzi Gould, Norman Rose (narrator), Edward King (director), Charlotte Holland, Roger De Koven, David Putterman (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Sylvia Berger (writer). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73984. The Eternal Light. September 5, 1948. NBC net. "Messenger Of Prayer". Sustaining. Henry Rosenblatt sings the songs written and sung by his father, Cantor Josef Rosenblatt. The story of "the little man with the great voice." A well-done radio biography. Henry Rosenblatt, Peter Capell, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Bryna Raeburn, Kermit Murdock, Larry Robinson, Leon Janney, David Putterman (cantor), Irve Tunick (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Arnold Pinsky (soloist, Josef Rosenblatt as a child), Edward King (director). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73985. The Eternal Light. September 19, 1948. NBC net. "Zipporah". Sustaining. An excellent story of the concentration camps on a lovely day in June. Roger De Koven, Edgar Stehli, Peter Capell, Joseph Wiseman, Charlotte Lawrence, Joseph Boland, Adelaide Klein, Larry Robinson, Stefan Schnabel, David Putterman (cantor), Zipporah Wing (? author), Sigmund Miller (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75746. The Eternal Light. October 3, 1948. NBC net. "All These Barren Hills". Sustaining. Sixteen survivors of Buchenwald start a collective farm in Germany, preparing for an eventual move to Palestine. Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Donald Buka, Leon Janney, Peter Capell, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Joe DeSantis, Norman Rose, Charlotte Holland, David Putterman (cantor), Meyer Levin (author). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

75692. The Eternal Light. October 17, 1948. NBC net. "The Creation". Sustaining. A somewhat pretentious version of Genesis, but the music is nice. Raymond Edward Johnson (narrator), Irve Tunick (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Alexander Scourby, Ralph Bell, Bernard Lenrow, Dan Ocko, Robert Segal (cantor), Abba Eban (after-drama speaker, introduced as "Aubrey Eban," speaking from Paris with a surprisingly poor circuit). 26:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

71677. The Eternal Light. October 24, 1948. NBC net. "Josiah". Sustaining. A program in honor of Simchas Torah. Young King Josiah receives lessons from Hulda, a strange woman who visits his garden. "And so was the law returned to Israel." Ruben R. Kaufman (of Jewish Theological Seminary) speaks from Chicago after the drama. Norman Rose, Betty Garde, Irve Tunick (writer), Leon Janney, Kermit Murdock, Martin Wolfson, Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Ruben R. Kaufman. 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71678. The Eternal Light. November 7, 1948. NBC net. "The Light From The Darkness". Sustaining. A well produced drama about Annie Sullivan, a blind young resident of the Tewksbury Massachusetts Poor House. She eventually taught Helen Keller to communicate with the world. Great radio! Jacob Davis (of the Jewish Theological Seminary) speaks from Pittsburgh after the drama. The story title is referred to on the air as: "The Light and Darkness." A recording of this broadcast of, "The Eternal Light" was played on November 27, 1949 and is not catalogued searately. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joan Lazer, John McGovern, David Anderson, Joseph Boland, Robert Segal (cantor), Sylvia Berger (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Jacob Davis, Fred Collins (? announcer). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73992. The Eternal Light. November 14, 1948. NBC net. "Sentence Of Life". Sustaining. The story of a man with a very unhappy life, despite his great wealth. After visits to seven doctors, he learns that he is about to die. A parable that teaches us to appreciate life and to live it to the fullest. Norman Rose (narrator), Charles Penman, Guy Repp, Robert Segal (cantor), Winnifred Hofey (author), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73993. The Eternal Light. November 21, 1948. NBC net. "The Man Who touched The Stars". Sustaining. A biography of the Jewish poet of Spain, Solomon Ibn Gabirol. This young man always told the truth, and was therefore always disliked. Dan Ocko, Santos Ortega, Ronald Liss, Bryna Raeburn, Joe DeSantis, Ralph Bell, Edgar Stehli, Sigmund Miller (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Bernard Lenrow (narrator), Leon Janney, Robert Segal (cantor). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73996. The Eternal Light. November 28, 1948. NBC net. "In Henry's Backyard". Sustaining. Henry allows "the little green devil" inside himself to speak out. A cleverly written Thanksgiving program with a racial tolerance theme. Charles Silver (member of the Board of Overseers of the Jewish Theological Seminary and President of Beth Israel Hospital) speaks after the drama. A recording of this program was rebroadcast on "The Eternal Light" on November 20, 1949 and is not catalogued separately. John Larkin (narrator), Ralph Bell, Robert Segal (cantor), Tom Glazer (balladeer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Langston Hughes (lyrics), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Frank Papp (director), Ruth Benedict (author), Jean Wellfish (author), Charles Silver. 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73997. The Eternal Light. December 5, 1948. NBC net. "The Sneeze Of Schlomele". Sustaining. The story of a little boy who could speak to animals in the forest, but who couldn't speak to other people. One day, during his first visit to a synagogue, a pious sneeze is heard...many of them! A most enjoyable fantasy. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Alan Marcus (writer), Jaroslav Douglas, Bryna Raeburn, Peter Capell, Joseph Boland, Guy Repp, Dan Ocko, Joseph Wiseman, Edgar Stehli, Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73988. The Eternal Light. December 26, 1948. NBC net. "The Great Outcry". Sustaining. The daughter-in-law of Mathias tells the story of the revolt of the Macabees, a story for Hannukah. Dr. Moishe Davis (of "The Eternal Light" and Dean of The Teacher's Institute Of The Jewish Theological Seminary) introduces Yitzak Ben Svee, founder of the Israeli Histadrut (labor union) and member of the provisional government of Israel. Svee speaks in Hebrew, with English translation following. Alexander Scourby, Kermit Murdock, Edgar Stehli, Guy Repp, Santos Ortega, Joan Lorring, Robert Segal (cantor), Bob Warren (announcer), Moishe Davis, Yitzak Ben Svee, Sigmund Miller (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73989. The Eternal Light. January 2, 1949. NBC net. "The Seven Who Came Home". Sustaining. A goup of children walks across much of Europe in an effort to escape the war and go to Palestine. Good radio storytelling. Jack Lloyd, Joan Lorring, Martin Wolfson, Joan Lazer, Joseph Boland, Joseph Wiseman, Robert Segal (cantor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Sigmund Miller (writer). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111109. The Eternal Light. January 9, 1949. NBC net. "Merry Jests Of Hershele Ostropolier". Sustaining. The story of "The People's Jester." He was good...good for nothing! Pesach's coming and Hershele's wife has no money for matzah and wine. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Philip Lipkus (?) of Temple Beth Abraham, Oakland, California, speaking from San Francisco. Ernest Kinoy (writer), Ray Barrett (announcer), Norman Rose, Martin Wolfson, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Philip Lipkus (?), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111110. The Eternal Light. January 16, 1949. NBC net. "Trial and Error". Sustaining. The life story of the first president of Israel. The script was used again on, "The Eternal Light" on December 7, 1952 (see cat. #111360). Peter Capell, Leon Janney, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Chaim Weizmann (author), Ray Barrett (announcer), Morris Mamorsky (arranger, conductor), Frank Papp (director), David Putterman (cantor). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111111. The Eternal Light. January 30, 1949. NBC net. "Who Can Build A House?". Sustaining. Playing Beethoven in Tel Aviv? Everybody's a critic, so you'd better be good! Who will build a house in Tel Aviv? After-drama speaker: Mrs. Frank Cohen, Chairman of the National Jewish Music Council of The National Jewish Welfare Board. Norman Rose (narrator), Leon Janney, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ray Barrett (announcer), Mrs. Frank Cohen, Judith Eisenstein (music consultant), David Putterman (cantor), Milton Kaye (pianist), Martha Schlame (vocalist), Frank Papp (director). 29:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111112. The Eternal Light. February 6, 1949. NBC net. "The Man Who Knew Carver". Sustaining. A Lincoln's Birthday program; the story of George Washington Carver. After-drama speaker: Walter White, Executive Secretary of the NAACP. The system cue has been deleted. The script was subsequent used on "The Etdernal Light" on February 15, 1953 (see cat. #111369) Maurice Ellis, Edgar Stehli (narrator), Morris Mamorsky (arranger), Milton Katims (conductor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Walter White, David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:18. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

111113. The Eternal Light. February 13, 1949. NBC net. "The Physician and The Sorcerer". Sustaining. In "The Kingdom Beyond All Lines of Parallel," Samuel, the physician of the King, meets a sorcerer, who also can cure the King. After-drama speaker: Samuel Rothstein, President of The United Synagogue of America Roger De Koven, Adelaide Klein, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Alan Marcus (writer), Samuel Rothstein, David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111114. The Eternal Light. February 20, 1949. NBC net. "Gandhi". Sustaining. The story of how Gandhi practiced non-violence to obtain rights for the "Untouchables." The script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light" on January 1, 1950 (see cat. #111123 and February 13, 1969 (see cat. #16033). After-drama speaker: Dr. Ernest Caldwell, President of the University of Chicago, speaking from Chicago. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Leon Janney, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Ernest Caldwell, David Putterman (cantor), Herriman Mauer (? writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Frank Papp (direcctor). 29:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111115. The Eternal Light. February 27, 1949. NBC net. "Lizzie and The Whiskers". Sustaining. The program is dedicated to the current Red Cross drive. The story of Lizzie Hyland who lived in a New York City slum in 1877. She was born with deformities. The script was rebroadcast on, "The Eternal Light" on November 23, 1952 (see cat. #11358). Morton Wishengrad (writer), Ray Barrett (annoucer), Norman Rose (narrator), Peter Capell, David Putterman (cantor), Joan Lazer, Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:40. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111116. The Eternal Light. March 6, 1949. NBC net. "The Case Of Ivar Haug". Sustaining. Ivar Haug is a supporter of Adolf Hitler and Quisling, a sailor and a Norwegian. He's an obnoxious Nazi (but sounds more Irish than Norwegian). After he's arrested, the judge appoints an attorney named Jacob Rosenblum to defend him. Ray Barrett (announcer), Len Sterling, Leon Janney, Frank Lovejoy, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Luis Van Rooten, Frank Papp (director), Morton Wishengrad (writer). 29:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

75995. The Eternal Light. March 13, 1949. NBC net. "The Lot Of Esther". Sustaining. The story of Purim, and how Queen Esther saved the Jews and foiled evil Hamen. Norman Rose (narrator), Bernard Lenrow, Joseph Boland, Ralph Bell, Joan Lorring, David Putterman (cantor), Peter Lyon (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Ray Barrett (announcer). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75996. The Eternal Light. March 20, 1949. NBC net. "A Magic Power". Sustaining. A young lad, apprenticed to a goldsmith, wants nothing more than to drive a stagecoach...and not get married! Roger De Koven (narrator), Joe DeSantis, Guy Repp, Bernard Lenrow, Skip Homeier, David Putterman (cantor), Ray Barrett (announcer), Ari Ibn Zaakov (author), Sigmund Miller (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director), Louis M. Loeb (after-drama talk: President of the YMHA/YWHA). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111117. The Eternal Light. March 27, 1949. NBC net. "Green Thumb In The City". Sustaining. Growing up in New York City on the lower East Side...and a very special teacher named Myra Kelly. Peter Capell, Joan Lazer, Ernest Kinoy (adaptor), Myra Kelly (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Virginia Payne, Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

28670. The Eternal Light. April 3, 1949. NBC net. "Adventure In Time". Sustaining. The story of the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Very well-done! After-drama speaker: Dr. W.F. Albright, (Professor at Johns Hopkins University), speaking from Baltimore. Frank Papp (director), Sylvia Berger (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Robert Harris, Mel Brandt (announcer), Alexander Scourby, Roger De Koven, Dan Ocko, John McGovern, Bernard Lenrow, Arnold Moss, Joseph Boland, Delmar Knutson, W. F. Albright. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75989. The Eternal Light. April 10, 1949. NBC net. "The Slave". Sustaining. A Passover story of old Goshen. A slave at the time of Moses refuses to be freed. The program opening is upcut. Norman Rose, Alexander Scourby, Joe DeSantis, Joseph Boland, Bryna Raeburn, Bernard Lenrow, David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Ray Barrett (announcer), Sigmund Miller (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Morris Kurtzer (after-drama speaker: Rabbi of The Park Avenue Synagogue, New York City). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

75990. The Eternal Light. April 17, 1949. NBC net. "One Little Nanny-Goat". Sustaining. "A musical documentary of the place of the kid in Jewish history." The story of the song, "Chad Gadaw." A delightful show, well-researched. The program opening is slightly upcut. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Martin Wolfson, Mel Brandt (announcer), Robert Segal (cantor), Martha Schlamme (vocal), Judith Kaye Eisenstein (research), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (arranger), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

111118. The Eternal Light. April 24, 1949. NBC net. "Out Of Darkness". Sustaining. On April 13, 1948, the first convoy makes its way up Mount Scopus to Hadassah Hospital with Dr. Chaim Yoskey. The story of Chaim Yoskey, a doctor at the new hospital, who never made it up the mountain. Norman Rose (narrator), Peter Capell, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75987. The Eternal Light. May 1, 1949. NBC net. "Portrait Of Dedication". Sustaining. The story of Raphael Lemkin, the man who first attempted to have genocide considered a crime. During the after-drama talk, Judge Sherbo nearly says "homicide" while discussing "genocide." Adelaide Klein, Ralph Bell, Joe DeSantis, Bernard Lenrow, Edwin Jerome, Dan Ocko, Guy Repp, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Peter Lyon (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Michael Artist, Joseph Serbo (after-drama speaker, speaking from Baltimore). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75988. The Eternal Light. May 8, 1949. NBC net. "The Second Sun". Sustaining. The story of Reuben Varga, blinded when a little boy, who became a noted violinist. Music plays an important part of the drama. Varga was a real student at the Julliard School at the time of this broadcast. Martin Wolfson (narrator), Leon Janney, Larry Robinson, Roger De Koven, Adelaide Klein, Joseph Wiseman, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Ernest Kinoy (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Max Hollander (violinist), Leo Rafael (after-drama speaker, Judge of The Eastern District of New York). 29:31. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

71675. The Eternal Light. May 15, 1949. NBC net. "Welcome Home". Sustaining. Twenty-five-thousand Jews in a camp on Cyprus hear about the creation of the state of Israel. Finally arriving in the new country, the displaced persons find themselves in yet another camp. A well-written story about the conditions in Israel. Roger De Koven, Guy Repp, Joe DeSantis, Richard David (writer), Frank Papp (director), Norman Rose (narrator), Leon Janney, Morris Mamorsky (arranger), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71676. The Eternal Light. May 22, 1949. NBC net. "The Trial Of Jonathan Green". Sustaining. Mr. Green has been charged with "indifference to humanity." Four Oaks College and its president are taken to task for using quotas for admission and other un-American policies. After the drama, Dr. Mark A. May (director of the Institute Of Human Relations at Yale) pays tribute to Joseph Roland Angel, who was instrumental in the founding of "The Eternal Light" (and former president of Yale). Ralph Bell, Alexander Scourby, Sylvia Berger (writer), Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Frank Papp (director), Mark A. May, Edgar Stehli, John McGovern, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75999. The Eternal Light. May 29, 1949. NBC net. "Man Of Peace". Sustaining. A program for Memorial Day/Shivuoth. Solomon and his brother Adonijah vie for the throne of the elderly King David. Bernard Lenrow (narrator), Leon Janney, Roger De Koven, Peter Capell, Luis Van Rooten, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Frederick Theberger (author), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Frank Papp (director), Edward Sandrow (after-drama talk: Rabbi, Temple Beth El, Cedarhurst, New York), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76000. The Eternal Light. June 5, 1949. NBC net. "The Way Of My Uncle Gedalia". Sustaining. A delightful, well-written program about the joys of Yiddish and the "old country" in Eastern Europe. Handle words with dignity, speak them with love. Nu? See "The Eternal Light" program of March 22, 1953 for a sequel to the story. Dan Ocko, Adelaide Klein, Joe DeSantis, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Sylvia Berger (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Emanuel Gameron (after-drama talk: Educational Director of The Union of American Hebrew Congregations, speaking from Cincinnati), Norman Rose (narrator), Martin Wolfson. 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76211. The Eternal Light. June 12, 1949. NBC net. "A Dreamer's Journey". Sustaining. The story of Morris Raphael Cohen, a professor of Philosophy at City College. The story was subsequently used on, "The Eternal Light" on January 25, 1953 (see cat. #111367). Alexander Scourby (narrator), Larry Robinson, Adelaide Klein, John McGovern, Joseph Mindel (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Bernard Lenrow, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Morris Cohen (not heard). 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76212. The Eternal Light. June 19, 1949. NBC net. "Aaron The Cobbler and The Western Wall". Sustaining. A poor cobbler sees little benefit in contributing to rebuild the Western Wall of the Temple in Jerusalem. However, he does have a dream. This script was re-used on "The Eternal Light on March 15, 1953. Norman Rose (narrator), Martin Wolfson, Bryna Raeburn, Guy Repp, Bernard Lenrow, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Ernest Kinoy (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), William C. Spiegelman (idea). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

75991. The Eternal Light. June 26, 1949. NBC net. "Incident At Sea". Sustaining. An excellent drama about a group of "Displaced Persons" aboard a ship; survivors of Auschwitz. A former S.S. guard is discovered aboard the ship and placed on trial. A well-written and performed story. Joe DeSantis, Joseph Wiseman, Adelaide Klein, Arnold Moss, Donald Buka, Robert Segal (cantor), Dick Dudley (announcer), Joseph Mindel (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), William Greenfield (after-drama speaker: Rabbi, speaking from Indianapolis), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joseph Boland. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75992. The Eternal Light. July 3, 1949. NBC net. "The Sealed Tunnel". Sustaining. A drama/documentary about Isaac Touro and the synagogue that bears his name in Newport, Rhode Island. The script was previously used on a CBS net Passover special broadcast, September, 1948. The synagogue was built in 1763, with a tunnel under the building. Arnold Moss (narrator), Peter Capell, Edgar Stehli, Bernard Lenrow, Ralph Bell, Luis Van Rooten, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Irve Tunick (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Maurice Levin (after-drama talk: "prominent civic leader"). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111119. The Eternal Light. October 2, 1949. NBC net. "The Fourth Confession". Sustaining. The program starts with Cantor Segal chanting, "Kol Nidre." A fourth confession said on, "The Day of Atonement," the sin of cowardice. After-drama speaker: Michael Stavitsky, of Newark, New Jersey, President of the American Association of Jewish Education. This a program of excellent radio, with keen insight into one part of being Jewish. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joseph Boland, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Milton Katims (conductor), Michael Stavitsky, Robert Segal (cantor). 29:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111120. The Eternal Light. December 4, 1949. NBC net. "Joseph and Benjamin". Sustaining. Joseph, the Hebrew slave, is summoned before the Pharoah to interpret his dream. After-drama speaker: Henry Brandt (President of Brandt Theatres). Alexander Scourby (narrator), Bernard Lenrow, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Peter Lyon (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director), Henry Brandt. 29:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111121. The Eternal Light. December 11, 1949. NBC net. "An American Ballad". Sustaining. The ballad of a Texan from Galveston, Texas, Rabbi Henry Cohen. This is a rebroadcast of "The Eternal Light" broadcast of July 4, 1948. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Peter Capell, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Harry Cohen (writer), Irve Tunick (adaptor), Aaron Nathan (writer), Tom Glazer (balladeer), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 28:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

111122. The Eternal Light. December 25, 1949. NBC net. "How Uriel Got Into Heaven". Sustaining. The program originates from Hollywood. A simple-minded seller of water wants to get into heaven. Now, how can he possibly do that? John Beal (narrator), Arthur Q. Bryan, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Henry Russell (conductor), Andrew C. Love (director). 29:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111123. The Eternal Light. January 1, 1950. NBC net. "Gandhi". Sustaining. After drama speaker: Samuel Schnierson, Presdient of the Child Care Association of The Federation of Jewish Philanthropies and member of the Board of Directors of the Jewish Theological Seminary. The story was previously heard on "The Eternal Light" on February 20, 1949 (see cat. #111114) and subsequently on February 23, 1969 (see cat. #16033). Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Herriman Mauer (? auther), Leon Janney, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Robert Segal (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director), Samuel Schnierson. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111124. The Eternal Light. January 8, 1950. NBC net. "The Thief and The Hangman". Sustaining. The story of Micah, the thief, based on an ancient fable of the Yemenite Jews. After his capture, his execution presents a difficult question. This progam was previously heard on "The Eternal Light" on March 2, 1947, December 28, 1947 (see cat. #75769) and subsequently on December 10, 1967 (see cat. #16021). After-drama speaker: Dr. Israel Chifkin, Vice-President of The Jewish Education Committee, New York City, and Vice-President of The American Association For Jewish Education. Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Mel Ferrer, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Israel Chifkin, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111125. The Eternal Light. January 15, 1950. NBC net. "Brandeis". Sustaining. The story of the Boston attorney who settled a difficult strike, became proud to be a Jew and Justice of the Supreme Court. The story was previously heard on "The Eternal Light" on January 7, 1945 and September 1, 1946 (see cat. #111085) and subsequently on December 3, 1967 (see cat. #16020). After-drama speaker: Susan Brandeis, daughter of Louis Brandeis and former member of the Board of Regeants of New York. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Sam Jaffe, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Susan Brandeis, Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111126. The Eternal Light. January 22, 1950. NBC net. "The Education Of A Labor Leader". Sustaining. The autobiography of Samuel Gampers. After-drama speaker: Morris Tilden, Secretary of Labor. The opening is slightly upcut. Ezra Stone, Roger De Koven (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (conductor, conductor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Tilden. 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

111127. The Eternal Light. January 29, 1950. NBC net. "The Embers Still Burn". Sustaining. A story about the holiday of Tu BiShvat. Why is Tanya so quiet? After-drama speaker: Dr. Vera Weizmann, President of "Jewish Child's Day" and wife of the President of Israel, speaking by transcription from Israel. The system cue has been deleted. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Leon Janney, Peter Lyon (adaptor), Ira Hirschmann (writer), Vera Weizmann, Robert Segal (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Frank Papp (director). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111128. The Eternal Light. February 5, 1950. NBC net. "Dream No More". Sustaining. A new arrival to Israel finds a job and place in society. After-drama speaker: Dr. Samuel Blumenfield, Superintendent of The Board of Jewish Education, President of the College of Jewish Studies in Chicago, speaking from Chicago. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Leon Janney, Joseph Krumgold (writer), Samuel Blumenfield, Morris Mamorsky (conductor), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor). 29:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111129. The Eternal Light. February 12, 1950. NBC net. "The White Circus Horse". Sustaining. A story in honor of Abraham Lincoln. A story of a magical childhood on the farm, when an ordinary mule because a beautiful white horse. After-drama speaker: Judge Rpbert Patterson, former Secretary of War and current President of Freedom House. Paul Marcus (writer), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Betty Burghart (narrator), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Patterson, Robert Segal (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75495. The Eternal Light. February 26, 1950. NBC net. "A Song For Queen Esther". Sustaining. The story of Purim is told in story and song. The script was heard subsequently on "The Eternal Light" on March 9, 1952 (see cat. #111335), on March 18, 1962 and on March 2, 1969 (see cat. #16034) Alexander Scourby, Dan Ocko, James Monks, Martin Wolfson, Roger De Koven, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Tom Glazer (singing narrator). 29:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75674. The Eternal Light. March 5, 1950. NBC net. "The Promising Young Man". Sustaining. The story of Eddie Cohen, a brilliant high school student who contracts leukemia. Very well-done, great radio! John McGovern, Robert Segal (cantor, transcribed), Harry Gersh (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Norman Rose, Joe DeSantis, Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Jacob Livingstone (Justice of the New York Supreme Court, after drama speaker). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75675. The Eternal Light. March 12, 1950. NBC net. "Mrs. Steinberg's Partner In Heaven". Sustaining. Good deeds for neighbors in need are Mrs. Steinberg's delight. The music is well-done! The script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light on October 18, 1953 (see cat. #111392) and on April 5, 1959 (see cat. #60391). Peter Capell, Joe DeSantis, Adelaide Klein, Joan Lazer, Martin Wolfson, David Putterman (cantor, transcribed), Sylvia Berger (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Bernard Lenrow, Joachim Prince (Rabbi of Temple B'nai Abraham, Princeton, New Jersey). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75748. The Eternal Light. March 19, 1950. NBC net. "A Time To Build Up". Sustaining. The story of Nathan, an Israeli city dweller determined to be a farmer in the Negev desert. But, that's only the beginning. Leon Janney, Dan Ocko, Roger De Koven, Guy Repp, Alexander Scourby (by transcription), Norman Rose (narrator), Bryna Raeburn, Joe DeSantis, David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Joseph Mindel (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Louis Berry (after-drama speaker: "Distinguished civic leader of Detroit"). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16002. The Eternal Light. March 26, 1950. NBC net. "The Tender Grass". Sustaining. A Passover fable about a boy who removes the tongues of seven baby birds and grows to manhood to have seven mute sons. The prophet Elijah takes a hand. The script was used previously on "The Eternal Light" on April 14, 1946 (see cat. #76222) and on March 30, 1947 (see cat. #16000). Due to Passover, the program will not be heard for the next two weeks. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Ronald Liss, Roger De Koven, Peter Capell, Adelaide Klein, Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), D. Bergelson (author), Frank Papp (director), David Putterman (cantor). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

75985. The Eternal Light. April 16, 1950. NBC net. "Miracle In The Making". Sustaining. A trolley-car conductor is plagued by rheumatoid arthritis. Scientists at Armour Laboratories in Chicago are "playing" with ACTH, a new drug. A well-written story about "a miracle in the making." Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Bryna Raeburn, Martin Wolfson, Roger De Koven, Santos Ortega, David Putterman (cantor, transcribed), Mel Brandt (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Abram Kanoff (after-drama speaker, Brooklyn Jewish Hospital). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76209. The Eternal Light. April 23, 1950. NBC net. "On Wings Of Eagles". Sustaining. The story of "Operation Magic Carpet," two pilots hired to fly forty-five thousand Jews from Aden to the new state of Israel. Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Norman Rose, Bernard Lenrow, Adelaide Klein, John Larkin, David Putterman (cantor), Sylvia Berger (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Jack D. Wiler (after-drama speaker: one of the chairmen of the 1950 United Jewish Appeal), Shlomo Gamiel (? solist). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

76210. The Eternal Light. April 30, 1950. NBC net. "The Death Of Akiba". Sustaining. The story of the wisdom of the famous rabbi, and of his conflict with Tinius Rufus, ruler of Judea. The script was used previously on "The Eternal Light" on April 29, 1945 (see cat. #110789). The system cue has been deleted. Peter Capell, Santos Ortega, Joe DeSantis, Guy Repp, Leon Janney, David Putterman (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Mordecai Kaplan (after-drama speaker: Professor of Religion, Jewish Theological Seminary). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

75494. The Eternal Light. May 7, 1950. NBC net. "Milton Steinberg: A Memorial". Sustaining. A memorial program in honor of Rabbi Steinberg of the Park Avenue Synagogue, author of, "As A Driven Leaf," a scholar and a teacher. Roger De Koven (narrator), Norman Rose, Santos Ortega, Joseph Wiseman, Peter Capell, Ralph Bell, Bernard Lenrow, David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (editor), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Milton Steinberg (not heard). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75457. The Eternal Light. May 14, 1950. NBC net. "Operation Baby Sitter". Sustaining. A dated situation comedy about two neighbors who get together after their kids get into a fight. This eventually leads to a plan to swap baby-sittings, so that the Christians can go to church and the Jews to synagogue. Rabbi Bernard Segal (Assistant to the President of The Jewish Theological Seminary) speaks after the drama. The final 14:35 of the program only. Amzie Strickland, Eleanor Sherman, Mel Brandt (announcer), Bernard Segal, William Quinn, David Putterman (Cantor), John Larkin. 14:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

75970. The Eternal Light. May 28, 1950. NBC net. "The Man Who Changed His Mind". Sustaining. A well-done Memorial Day program. A young boy in Niantic, Connecticut is told a story by a Civil War veteran. No Jews fought during the Civil War! Peter Lyon (writer), Alexander Scourby (transcribed), John McGovern, David Anderson, Cameron Prud'Homme, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor, transcribed), Mel Brandt (announcer), Charles Silver (after-drama speaker: Vice President of The Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation, President of Beth Israel Hospital, New York). 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75984. The Eternal Light. June 4, 1950. NBC net. "Lance Of Justice". Sustaining. The story of Louis Fabrikant, who believed prosecution does not mean persecution. "Justice, justice shalt thou follow." Fabrikant helped to start the Legal Aid Society. Good radio with excellent music bridges and themes. Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Roger De Koven, Norman Rose, Kermit Murdock, Edwin Jerome, Joseph Julian, Robert Segal (cantor, transcribed), Irve Tunick (adaptor), Jack Kuney (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), John McArthur McGuire (author), Walter Sundland (after-drama speaker, member of the boards of The Jewish Theological Seminary and The Rhode Island Bar Association, speaking from Rhode Island). 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111130. The Eternal Light. June 11, 1950. NBC net. "Investment In People". Sustaining. The story of Julius Rosenwald's money. Disposing of money is a lot harder than earning it. "Any fool can spend money, the problem is to spend it wisely." After-drama speaker: Peter Samson, Chairman of the 50th Anniversary Committee of The Jewish Federation of Chicago, speaking from Chicago. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Santos Ortega, Morris Mamorsky (co0mposer), Milton Katims (conductor), Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Edwin Embry (writer), Julia Waxman (writer), Peter Samson. 29:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111131. The Eternal Light. June 18, 1950. NBC net. "Cardozo". Sustaining. The program opening is upcut. A biography of Judge Cardozo, starting in 1927. After-drama Charles Blytell (? Justice of the New York Supreme Court) Joseph Mendel (adaptor), George Hellman (writer), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Roger De Koven, Alan Reed, Charles Blytell (?). 29:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

111138. The Eternal Light. September 17, 1950. NBC net. "The Song Of Berditschev". Sustaining. An eighteenth-century rabbi challenges God! A program in observance of Yom Kippur. A special Kaddish. The program was previous heard on "The Eternal Light" on February 23, 1947 and subsequently on October 11, 1953 (see cat. #16004. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Max Davidson, President of the Rabbinical Assembly of America. Norman Rose (narrator), Roger De Koven, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Judith Eisenstein (translator), Moshe Davis (prodgram editor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Max Davidson. 29:39. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

111139. The Eternal Light. September 24, 1950. NBC net. "Ecclesiastes". Sustaining. A program is celebration of the holiday of Succoth. After-drama speaker: Leo Goldberger, President of The Jewish Education Committee. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Raymond Edward Johnson, Peter Lyon (arranger of the portion of the old testament), Leo Goldberger, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:39. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111140. The Eternal Light. October 1, 1950. NBC net. "This Side Of The Jordon". Sustaining. A program in celebration of the holdiay of "Simchat Torah" (Joy with the Torah). The Israelite await the signal to start the crossing of the Jordan, into the "Promised Land." After-drama speaker: Charles Brown, Chairman of the Executive Committee of The Board of Overseers of the University of Judaism of Los Angeles. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Sylvia Berger (writer), Joseph Boland, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Louis Ginsberg (author), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:13. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111141. The Eternal Light. October 8, 1950. NBC net. "A Duty Of Conscience". Sustaining. "For a Jew, there is no home but Israel." If all the Jews in the world came to Israel, where would they put them? After-drama speaker: Edgar Nathan Jr., Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York and a member of the Board of Directors of The Jewish Theological Seminary. The 6th anniversary broadcast of the series. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (writer), John Garfield, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Edgar Nathan Jr., Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71673. The Eternal Light. October 15, 1950. NBC net. "Young Man In A Hurry". Sustaining. The story of Joe Gerber, an Austrian immigrant who invents a simple but clever device. The script was previously used on "The Cavalcade Of America" on February 28, 1950 (see cat. #45598). Judge Emanuel Greenberg (of The Brooklyn Jewish Center) speaks after the drama. Leon Janney, Craig McDonnell, Jack Lloyd, Roger De Koven, Dan Ocko, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Edward King (director), Alexander Scourby, Lili Darvas, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Emanuel Greenberg. 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71674. The Eternal Light. October 22, 1950. NBC net. "A Segment Of My Times". Sustaining. A story of Al Smith's campaign for the presidency, despite the anti-Catholic prejudice against him. The drama is told from the viewpoint of Judge Joseph Proscaur, a political associate and friend of Smith's. A good show with an outstanding performance by Ross Martin. Dr. John Slawson (of The American Jewish Committee) speaks after the drama. Ross Martin, Bryna Raeburn, Matt Crowley, Santos Ortega, Alexander Scourby, Roger De Koven, Guy Repp, Norman Rose, Robert Segal (cantor), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Joseph Proscaur (author), John Slawson. 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75760. The Eternal Light. October 29, 1950. NBC net. "The Builders". Sustaining. An older couple adopt a young and troubled boy. Peter Capell, Charlotte Holland, Sarah Fussell, Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Harry Gersh (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Catherine Lenroot (after-drama speaker: Director of The Children's Bureau of The Federal Security Agency), Alexander Scourby (by transcription), Norman Rose. 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

75761. The Eternal Light. November 12, 1950. NBC net. "The Way Of Willingness". Sustaining. The story of the founding of B'nai Jeshrun, an historical synagogue in New York. Ironically, Robert Segal, the Cantor at B'nai Jeshrun and frequently heard on these programs, is not heard on this broadcast. Peter Capell, Dan Ocko, Leon Janney, Martin Wolfson, Santos Ortega, Bert Cowlan, David Anderson, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Edwin Jerome, David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Irve Tunick (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Jacob Sinkoff (after-drama speaker: President of B'Nai Jeshrun, member of the Board Of Overseers of The Jewish Theological Seminary). 29:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

73986. The Eternal Light. November 19, 1950. NBC net. "Preacher Of Salem". Sustaining. A Thanksgiving story about Roger Williams, set in 1635 Salem. Williams refuses to take an oath to the civil authority...the magistrates of Boston. He claims that no court can enforce the first four Commandments. The story is continued on the program of December 17, 1950 (see cat. #73990). Herman Stitchman, New York State Commissioner of Housing, speaks after the drama. The script was subsequently heard on "The Eternal Light" in 1976 (see cat. #43400). Roger De Koven, Charlotte Holland, Norman Rose, Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Joseph Boland, Edwin Jerome, John McGovern, Gregory Morton, Cameron Prud'Homme, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman, Mel Brandt (announcer), Peter Lyon (writer), Herman Stitchman. 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73987. The Eternal Light. November 26, 1950. NBC net. "The Faithful City". Sustaining. The story of the battle for Jerusalem during Israel's war for independance. Arthur Laurie (?), Israeli Counsel-General to the United States, speaks after the drama. Raymond Edward Johnson, Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Peter Capell, Joseph Julian, Joan Tompkins, Bert Cowlan, Leon Janney, Roger De Koven, John Larkin, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Arthur Laurie, Harry Levin (auhtor), Peter Lyon (adaptor). 29:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71671. The Eternal Light. December 3, 1950. NBC net. "Thou Shalt Teach Them Dilligently". Sustaining. The story of Julia Richman, a new teacher in 1872, who started to teach retarded childen in a way suited to them. She soon became the youngest principal in New York City. Edward Kronsberg (of the Jewish Theological Seminary) speaks about the bicentenniel of the Jewish community in Charleston, South Carolina. Edwin Jerome, Joan Alexander, Joan Lazer, Adelaide Klein, Aline MacMahon, Wendell Holmes, Joseph Mindel (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joseph Boland, David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Edward Kronsberg. 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

71672. The Eternal Light. December 10, 1950. NBC net. "The Top That Ran Away". Sustaining. A Channukah fable filled with magic draydls, dragons, golden swords and lots more. After the drama, Mark Sugarman (of the Jewish Theological Seminar) speaks about Channukah. Butch Cavell, David Anderson, Sarah Fussell, Norman Rose, Bryna Raeburn, Adelaide Klein, Leon Janney, Harry Gersh (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Mark Sugarman. 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73990. The Eternal Light. December 17, 1950. NBC net. "Preacher Of Providence". Sustaining. Roger Williams is banished from Salem and is given shelter by the Indian Massasoit of the Wampanoag tribe. He purchases land from the Narrangansetts and founds the village of Providence, Rhode Island. Benjamin J. Swig (of the Jewish Theological Seminary, San Francisco) speaks after the drama. A continuation of the story begun on "The Eternal Light on November 19, 1950 (see cat. #73986). Edwin Jerome, Cameron Prud'Homme (narrator), Joseph Boland, Roger De Koven, John McGovern, Gregory Morton, Santos Ortega, Charlotte Holland, Bert Cowlan, David Putterman (cantor, transcribed), Mel Brandt (announcer), Benjamin J. Swig, Peter Lyon (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Norman Rose. 29:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73991. The Eternal Light. December 24, 1950. NBC net. "David and Jonathan". Sustaining. The story of how David fell into captivity. His father, Saul, tries to kill him in a fit of madness. His brother Jonathan tries to make peace. Rabbi Isadore Breslau (President of the Jewish Community Council of Greater Washington D. C.) speaks after the drama. Peter Capell, Donald Buka, Irve Tunick (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Mel Brandt (announcer), David Putterman (cantor), Don MacLaughlin, Roger De Koven (narrator), Isador Breslau, Leon Janney. 29:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73994. The Eternal Light. January 7, 1951. NBC net. "Rabbi Hillel". Sustaining. The story of Hillel, "The Patient Sage Of Israel." He was the wise man who could summarize the entire Torah while a Roman stood on one foot. Rabbi Ira Eisenstern (head of "The Society For The Advancement Of Judaism" and Vice President of "The Rabbinical Assembly Of America" speaks after the drama. The system cue has been deleted. Leon Janney, Edgar Stehli, Ralph Bell, Norman Rose, David Putterman (cantor), Eli Pilchik (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Roger De Koven (narrator), Bryna Raeburn, Louis Sorin, Donald Buka, Peter Capell. 29:34. Audio condition: Very good. Complete as above.

73995. The Eternal Light. January 14, 1951. NBC net. "Judith". Sponsored by: sustaining. The biblical story about the King of Babylonia and his general Holofernes. Judith of Bethulia has good advice for the children of Israel, and then visits Holofernes herself. Michael Stevitky (President of The American Association For Jewish Education and Vice Chairman for The Board of Overseers of The Jewish Theological Seminary) speaks after the drama. Alexander Scourby (transcribed), Norman Rose, Raymond Edward Johnson, Roger De Koven, Edgar Stehli, Santos Ortega, Charlotte Holland, Kermit Murdock, Robert Segal (cantor), Joseph Mindel (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Michael Stevitsky. 29:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111142. The Eternal Light. January 21, 1951. NBC net. "The Camel and I". Sustaining. A Jewish immigrant arrives in Israel from a DP camp in Cyprus. He doesn't have many questions. Israel is the end of the line for this man. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Edward Sandrow, of Temple Beth-El, Cedarhurst, New York. Morton Wishengrad (writer), Sam Levene, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Morris Mamorsky (arranger), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:05. Audio condition: Good to very good. Complete.

111143. The Eternal Light. January 28, 1951. NBC net. "The Yeleds Of Yeled". Sustaining. The fable of a town whose only inhabitants are young boys. Then one day, a citizen's voice changes and he eventually learns a profound secret. A clever fable with the lesson that change is good and that the differences between people are good too. "There's Unity In Diversity." The program was subsequently produced on The Eternal Light" on January 28, 1951 (see cat. #111143). After-drama speaker: Samuel Wohlberg, member of the Board of Overseersof The Jewish Theological Seminary. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Raymond Edward Johnson, Morris Mamorsky (conductor), Milton Katims (conductor), Sarah Fussell, Butch Cavell, Robert Segal (cantor), Susan Douglas, Mel Brandt (announcer), Ed King (director), Samuel Wohlberg, Alan Sergel (author). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111144. The Eternal Light. February 11, 1951. NBC net. "The Lincoln Highway". Sustaining. A Lincoln's Birthday story, told in music and drama. The Lincoln Highway stretches from New York City to San Francisco. After-drama speaker: Dr. Allen Nevins (author, Professor of American History, Columbia University). Carl Sandburg (author), Peter Lyon (adaptor), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Wendell Holmes, Morton Wishengrad (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Tom Glazer (balladeer), Allen Nevins, Bill Adams, Robert Segal (canto), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:24. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111145. The Eternal Light. February 18, 1951. NBC net. "The Prince and The Prophet". Sustaining. The program opening is upcut. A drama about Cyrus the Great, based on the Book of Isiah. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Philip Bourneuf, Peter Lyon (adaptor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Roger De Koven, Ralph Bell, Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (adirector), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:34. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111146. The Eternal Light. February 25, 1951. NBC net. "David and Absalom". Sustaining. King David is being plotted against by his son Absalom. Joab tries to warn David. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Simon Novick of the Park Avenue Synagogue, New York City. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Roger De Koven, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Irve Tunick (writer), Simon Novick, Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Arthur Gary (announcer), Santos Ortega, Leon Janney. 29:32. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111147. The Eternal Light. March 4, 1951. NBC net. "How The World Came To Yanovka". Sustaining. The program opening is upcut. A child asks the Rabbi, "How does God answer all the different and conflicting prayers?" And then, a stranger comes to Yanovka! After-drama speaker: Joel Shenker, member of the Board of Overseers of The Jewish Theological Seminary. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Peter Capell, Harry Gersh (adaptor), Joseph Gaer (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Adelaide Klein, Peter Capell, Ed King (director). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111148. The Eternal Light. March 11, 1951. NBC net. "Transmigration of a Melody". Sustaining. The story of Duvid (David) and his violin. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Herman Halperin of The Tree of Life Congregation, Pittsburgh. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Isaac Leib Peretz (writer), Maurice Samuel (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Joseph Stopak (conductor), Susan Douglas, Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Mischa Mischakoff (violinist), Herman Halperin, Robert Segal (cantor), Bernard Lenrow (?), Roger De Koven. 29:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111149. The Eternal Light. March 18, 1951. NBC net. "Little Purim". Sustaining. The story of a poor little boy who could only three Purim songs on his violin. A stranger comes into the house, begging for a crust of bread. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Sidney Guthman of Congregation Agudas Achim, San Antonio. Alexander Scourby (narrator), David Anderson, Harry Gersh (writer), Sidney Guthman, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Adelaide Klein, Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Peter Capell. 29:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111150. The Eternal Light. March 25, 1951. NBC net. "The Alphabet Of Life". Sustaining. Four thousand years ago, a goup of men invented a "series of little fish-hooks" which became the alphabet. "The first is Aleph..." An interesting program! After-drama speaker: Samuel Barofsky, National President of "Histradut Evrim" (The Hebrew Language and Culture Association). Alexander Scourby (narrator), Roger De Koven, Peter Lyon (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Samuel Barofsky, Joan Lazer, Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:22. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111151. The Eternal Light. April 1, 1951. NBC net. "The Image Of Man". Sustaining. In the town of Lamed, a stranger arrives needing food and clothing. Indeed, he is treated like a king! After-drama speaker: Mrs. Emanuel Steiner, President of the National Women's League of the United Synagogue of America. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Chester Stratton, Joseph Mindell (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Emanuel Steiner (Mrs.), Santos Ortega, David Putterman (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16003. The Eternal Light. April 8, 1951. NBC net. "The Call To The Torah". Sustaining. An excellent story about the Bar Mitzvah of a boy with Cerebral Palsy. Fine radio. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Morris Goldberg of Congregation Shari Zedek (Gates of Righteousness) and President of the New York Board of Rabbis. Charlotte Holland, Ronald Liss, Wendell Holmes, Joseph Julian, Peter Capell, Irve Tunick (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Norman Rose, Roger De Koven, David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Morris Goldberg. 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111152. The Eternal Light. April 15, 1951. NBC net. "These Rocks Are Mine". Sustaining. The program was recorded in Israel by Kol Zion Radio ("All Israel Radio") in celebration of Passover. A story of Modecai Olim and Zalman, the concertina player. Radio poetry at its finest. Bravo! After-drama speakers: Louis Finkelstein (President of the Jewish Theological Seminary) and Nachem Goldman (Chairman, Jewish Agency for Palestine) Sylvia Berger (writer, producer), Louis Finkelstein, Nachem Goldman, Mark Lavery (composer, conductor). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111153. The Eternal Light. April 29, 1951. NBC net. "Man Is Not Alone". Sustaining. A poor man in Cracow named Michah asks a question that's hard to answer. Roger De Koven, John McGovern, Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Abraham Joshua Herschel (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111154. The Eternal Light. May 6, 1951. NBC net. "The Fourth Crown". Sustaining. A program celebrating the 250th anniversary of the Bal Shem Tov and the Hassidic movement. After-drama speaker: Dr. Jacob Marcus, Adolph S. Ochs Professor of Jewish History at Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Santos Ortega, Peter Lyon (writer), Jacob Marcus, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), John Larkin, Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), David Putterman (cantor). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111155. The Eternal Light. May 13, 1951. NBC net. "The Tender Branch". Sustaining. A calf is born to the family of a very appreciative boy named Hofne. "The world doesn't turn around a calf." Or does? After-drama speaker: Rabbi Moses Lehrman of Congregation B'nai Moshe Day (Detroit). Alexander Scourby (?), Norman Rose, Joseph Mendel (writer), Moses Lehrman, Morris Mamorsky (composer), David Putterman (cantor), Charlotte Holland, Milton Katims (conductor), David Anderson, Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111156. The Eternal Light. May 27, 1951. NBC net. "The Choice". Sustaining. A story set in Poland in the year 1648. "Happy is the man who hath not walked in the counsel of the wicked." A scholar named Joshua refuses to stopped praying while the Cossacks attack. After-drama speaker: Maxwell Abel, President of the United Synagogue of America a member of the board of directors of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Teri Keane, Alexander Scourby, Joseph Mendel (writer), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Roger De Koven. 29:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111157. The Eternal Light. June 3, 1951. NBC net. "All We Have Left". Sustaining. A story in honor of Shavuoth ("The Giving of The Law"). In the new land of Israel, 17 orphan children arrive from Europe. One of them is named Simon. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Irving Lerhman of the Miami Beach Jewish Center. The program will not be broadcast next week because of the holiday. David Anderson (?), Sarah Fussell, Harry Gersh (writer), Ed King (director), Alvia Silverman (author), David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Irving Lerhman, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), John McGovern. 29:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111158. The Eternal Light. June 24, 1951. NBC net. "The Trial Of Jonathan Green". Sustaining. Jonathan Green has been charged with, "Indifference To Humanity." After-drama speaker: Rabbi Stuart Rosenberg of Temple Beth El, Rochester. Alexander Scourby, Ralph Bell, Sylvia Berger (writer), Stuart Rosenberg, Robert Segal (cantor), Edwin Jerome, John McGovern, Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111159. The Eternal Light. September 9, 1951. NBC net. "Valley Forge". Sustaining. Two soldiers are court martialled during that terrible winter at Valley Forge. The script was originally broadcast on "The NBC University Of The Air," elements were taken from the play by Maxwell Anderson. The program was previously produced on June 29, 1947 (see cat. #75767). After-drama speaker: Representative Emanuel Cellar (New York). Alexander Scourby (narrator), Cameron Prud'Homme, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Emanuel Celler, John Sylvester, Edgar Stehli, Roger De Koven, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111160. The Eternal Light. September 16, 1951. NBC net. "Thomas Kennedy". Sustaining. Thomas Kennedy refused to take the oath of office in the 1818 Maryland legislature. He claimed that the oath was against the Constitution, because it required an affirmation of "Christian" principles. The script is similar to the "Eternal Light" broadcast of October 29, 1944 (see cat. #15982 and was previously broadcast on September 8, 1946 (see cat. #111086). After-drama speaker: John Fine, one of the Founders of The Crusade For Freedom and the Governor of Pennsylvania. John Fine, Norman Rose (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Ian MacAllaster. 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111161. The Eternal Light. September 23, 1951. NBC net. "Mr. Lincoln and The Rabbi". Sustaining. Slavery, an old problem, is faced by Benjamin Szold, a rabbi from Baltimore. After-drama speaker: Dr. William Kilpatrick, Professor Emeritus at Columbia University and guest lecturer at The Jewish Theological Institute. The story was produced previously on The Eternal Light on February 11, 1945 (see cat. #15590). Roger De Koven, Peter Capell, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Maurice Ellis, William Adams, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), William Kilpatrick. 29:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111162. The Eternal Light. September 30, 1951. NBC net. "As A Wind That Blows". Sustaining. In 1798, Benjamin Judah's mother refuses to attend Sabbath services, but goes anyway, to curse God! Aline MacMahon, Morton Wishengrad (writer), William Redfield, Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Leon Janney, Santos Ortega. 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111163. The Eternal Light. October 7, 1951. NBC net. "Koheleth, My Teacher". Sustaining. A story about "Koheleth," the sage described in the book of Ecclesiastes, where it is said, "There is nothing new under the sun." The word, "Ecclesiastes" is from the Greek words meaning, "One who takes part in the deliberations of an assembled group." After-drama speaker: Robert Pfeiffer, Chairman of the Department of Semetics at Harvard University. Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Robert Gordis (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Susan Douglas, Peter Capell, Joe DeSantis, Raymond Edward Johnson, Norman Rose (narrator), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Robert Pfeiffer. 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111164. The Eternal Light. October 14, 1951. NBC net. "The Seach Of Shalom ben Tzadik". Sustaining. The program is produced with the co-operation of, "The Broadcasting System of the World Zionist Organization In Israel." Shalom ben Tsadik searches for, "The book of life." After-drama speaker: Rabbi Jacob Agus, Congregation Beth El, Baltimore. Sylvia Berger (writer, producer, recordist), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Jacob Agus, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Ed King (director), Roger De Koven, Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111165. The Eternal Light. October 21, 1951. NBC net. "Barud". Sustaining. The program is produced with the co-operation of, "The Broadcasting System Of The World Zionist Organization In Israel." Beniaya, the peddler, will hang on to life at any cost...even when he immigrates to Israel. After-drama speaker: James McDonald, U.S. ambassador to Israel. Sylvia Berger (writer, producer, recordist), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Peter Capell, James McDonald, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Ed King (director), Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111166. The Eternal Light. October 28, 1951. NBC net. "In The Silent House". Sustaining. In 1837, Dr. Howe comes from Boston to treat Laura Bridgeman, who is blind, deaf, dumb, could not smell and could hardly taste. After-drama speaker: Dr. Frank Goldman, President of B'nai Brith, speaking from Boston. Bert Cowlan (?), Santos Ortega, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Denise Alexander, Joan Alexander. 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111167. The Eternal Light. November 4, 1951. NBC net. "Isaac Mayer Wise". Sustaining. The story of the founder of Reform Judaism in America. After-drama speaker: Dr. Samuel Hollander, Chairman of the Executive Board of The Union Of American Hebrew Congregations. This program was previously produced on "The Eternal Light" on March 18, 1945 (see cat. #15994) and on January 27, 1946 (see cat. #75994). Samuel Hollander, Ed King (director), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Roger De Koven, Ralph Bell, David Putterman (cantor), Stefan Schnabel, Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111168. The Eternal Light. November 11, 1951. NBC net. "The Treasure". Sustaining. The program opening is slightly upcut. Chaim, the woodcutter is very poor. He lives in a room four yards square with his wife and eight children. One hot night, Chaim prays to God to be blessed with a treasure...and then is approached by a little flame...that speaks! After-drama speaker: Maurice Samuel (author, lecturer). Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Isaac Leib Peretz (author), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Roger De Koven, Fred Weihe (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111169. The Eternal Light. November 25, 1951. NBC net. "Cildren Of Strangers". Sustaining. A portrait of newcomers to America at Ellis Island. After-drama speaker: Herman Stitchman, New York State Commissioner of Housing. Norman Rose (narrator), Peter Capell, Virginia Mazer (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Fred Weihe (director), Lionel Ricou (announcer), Herman Stitchman. 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111170. The Eternal Light. December 2, 1951. NBC net. "The Woman Rich In Time". Sustaining. The program opening is upcut. Rebecca Kohut learns that doing well for other is the best reward for oneself. After-drama speaker: Professor Sholom Spiegel, Secretary of the Alexander Kohut Memorial Foundation, and Professor of Medieval Hebrew Literature at the Jewish Theological Seminary. The program was previously heard on "The Eternal Light" on August 29, 1948. Sylvia Berger (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Sholom Spiegel, David Putterman (cantor), Bryna Raeburn, Joan Alexander, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111171. The Eternal Light. December 16, 1951. NBC net. "The Legend Of The Mountain". Sustaining. A legend of Walt Whitman. A story of Adam of Esther and Ephraim and his wife. After-drama speaker: Daniel Ross, Chairman of the National Planning and Campaign Committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Raymond Massey, Alexander Scourby (narrator), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Daniel Ross, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Edward King (director). 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111172. The Eternal Light. December 23, 1951. NBC net. "Candles In The Jungle". Sustaining. A Chanukah story set in the jungles of India, during the 1944 fighting. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Louis Sachs of Congregation Beth Hamidrash Hagadol, Denver. Roger De Koven, Joseph Julian, Helen Chandell Herman (writer, as "Helen Kendall Herman"), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Edward King (director), Louis Sachs. 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111173. The Eternal Light. January 6, 1952. NBC net. "Without Frontiers". Sustaining. An Episcopal minister says "Kaddish" (the prayer for the dead) with the rest of a Jewish congregation. A youth named Jack has been caught breaking into a store. "The Kaddish is said for a father who is not a father, by a son who is not a son." There is no after-drama speaker. Helen Chandell Herman (as "Helen Kendall Herman"), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Arnold Moss, Edwin Jerome, David Putterman (cantor), Larry Robinson, Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111174. The Eternal Light. January 13, 1952. NBC net. "A Matter Of Life and Death". Sustaining. The story of a doctor named Enoch, who believed that there is no disease that can't be cured. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Joel Geffen, Director of Field Activities and Community Services of The Jewish Theological Seminary. Norman Rose (narrator), Edgar Stehli, Joseph Mendel (writer), John Larkin, Mel Brandt (announcer), Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Edward King (director), Robert Siegel (cantor), Joel Geffen. 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111175. The Eternal Light. January 20, 1952. NBC net. "Portrait Of The Artist As A Fighting Man". Sustaining. The story of Arthur Szyk, an artist who died September 13, 1951. He was an artist who was also a fighting man. The after-drama speaker is Sidney Hollander, a close friend of Arthur Szyk. Mr. Hollander gives an eloquent eulogy. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Peter Capell, Helen Chandell Herman (writer), Sidney Hollander, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Siegel (cantor), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111331. The Eternal Light. January 27, 1952. NBC net. "Noah's Ark". Sustaining. The story of Mordecai Manuel Noah, the founder of the city of Ararat, near the city of Buffalo. A refuge for Jews. After-drama speaker: Maurice Levin, Chairman of the National Committee of Endowment Development of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Sam Jaffe, Bert Cowlan, Virginia Mazer (adaptor), Israel Zingwell (author), Maurice Levin, John Stanley, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Edward King (director). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111332. The Eternal Light. February 10, 1952. NBC net. "The Brave Mrs. Korngold". Sustaining. After the death of Mr. Korngold, Mrs. Korngold faces poverty and old age. The beavers and otters and bears in the zoo have a much better deal. To be old takes courage! After-drama speaker: Joel Levy Shenker, co-cairman of the World Brotherhood Committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Arnold Moss (narrator), Ethel Everett, Sylvia Berger (writer), Joel Levy Shenker, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Edward King (director), Robert Segal (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111333. The Eternal Light. February 24, 1952. NBC net. "The Broken Sabbath Of Rabbi Asher". Sustaining. The program opening is upcut. Once upon a time, Rabbi Asher forgot the day of the week. Norman Rose (narrator), Joan Lazer, Morton Wishengrad (writer). 29:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111334. The Eternal Light. March 2, 1952. NBC net. "It's Been Fun". Sustaining. The story of a woman who attended Columbia College, when women weren't allowed to get a higher education...yet she was against woman suffrage. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Morris Teller, of The Southside Hebrew Congregation of Chicago. Bert Cowlan, Joan Alexander, Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Annie Nathan Meyer (author), Morris Teller, Mel Brandt (announcer), Luis Van Rooten, Robert Carroll, Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Edward King (director). 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111335. The Eternal Light. March 9, 1952. NBC net. "A Song For Queen Esther". Sustaining. The story of Purim is told in story and song. The script was used previously on, "The Eternal Light" on February 26, 1950 (see cat. #75495), March 18, 1962 and March 2, 1969 (see cat. #16034). After-drama speaker: Herman Stitchman, New York State Commissioner of Housing. Norman Rose (narrator), Dan Ocko, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Herman Stitchman, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Tom Glazer (singing narrator), Joan Lorring, Robert Segal (cantor), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Herman Stitchman. 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111336. The Eternal Light. March 16, 1952. NBC net. "Satan and The Rabbi Of Chelm". Sustaining. Satan discovers that the page in the book for the Rabbi of Chelm is bank! The Rabbi has commited no sins, which is in itself a sin! The after-dinner speaker is: Louis Glickman, Vice Chairman of The World Brotherhood Committee of The Jewish Theological Seminary. Ralph Bell, Raymond Edward Johnson, Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Louis Glickman, Anne Seymour, Isadore Goldstick (? translator), Peter Capell, Robert Carroll (narrator), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Isaac Leib Peretz (writer), Joe DeSantis. 29:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111337. The Eternal Light. March 23, 1952. NBC net. "A Partner With God". Sustaining. Mankind was intended to assist God with the creation. A physician named Wilbur Sawyer wants to assist continue the conquest of Yellow Fever. After-drama speaker: Harry Levine, a citizen of Boston. Mark Siegel (? writer), Harry Levine, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductorf), David Putterman (cantor), Roger De Koven (narrator), Staats Cotsworth, Luis Van Rooten, Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111338. The Eternal Light. March 30, 1952. NBC net. "A Lost Childhood". Sustaining. A program celebrating, "World's Jewish Child's Day." A young girl is brought to Israel by Youth Aliyah. After-drama speaker: Mrs. A. T. Schoolman, co-chairman of the Youth Aliyah Managment Committee of The Jewish Agency. Bert Cowlan, Peter Capell, Virginia Mazer (writer), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Bryna Raeburn (narrator), Denise Alexander, Edward King (director). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111339. The Eternal Light. April 6, 1952. NBC net. "The Exodus Of Asher Levy". Sustaining. The program opening is slightly upcut. A program is honor of Passover. In 1654, Jewish pilgrims are forced from Brazil and sail for New Amsterdam. They are set-upon by a band of pirates. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Aryah Lev, Director, Division of Religious Activity, National Jewish Welfare Board. Norman Rose, Raymond Edward Johnson, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Aryah Lev, Joan Lorring, Joseph Wiseman, David Putterman (cantor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:28. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

111340. The Eternal Light. April 13, 1952. NBC net. "A Token Of His Presence". Sustaining. A program celebrating the 40th anniversary of the United States Children's Bureau and the 5th anniversary of UNICEF. A child cries for food; in Europe, 30 million children are hungry. After-drama speaker: Dr. Martha Elliot, Chief of the United States Children's Bueau. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Joe DeSantis, Mark Siegel (writer), Martha Elliot, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111341. The Eternal Light. April 20, 1952. NBC net. "Out Of The Fire". Sustaining. A program on the 9th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto. The "yad" used to help read the Torah points instead to you! After-drama speaker: Benjmin Stern, Vice Chairman of the World Brotherhood Committee of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Norman Rose (narrator), David Anderson, Joseph Mendel (writer), Edward King (director), Roger De Koven, David Putterman (cantor), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111342. The Eternal Light. April 27, 1952. NBC net. "These Rocks Are Mine". Sustaining. A program celebrating the 4th anniversary of the independence of Israel. A story about Mordecai, the peddler. Good radio. After-drama speaker: J.P. Wyatt, Chairman of the United Jewish Appeal of New York. Sylvia Berger (writer, producer, director, recorder in Israel), J. P. Wyatt, Mark Levy (? composer, conductor). 29:47. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

111343. The Eternal Light. May 4, 1952. NBC net. "Stephen Wise: A Voice For Justice". Sustaining. "Justice, Justice, Justice shalt thou pursue." The story a young rabbi in Portland, Oregon, who decides to move to New York City to establish a synagogue. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Israel Goldstein of Congregation B'nai Jeshrun, New York City and President of the American Jewish Congress. The program opening is upcut. Joe DeSantis, Paul McGrath, Mark Siegel (writer), Israel Goldstein, Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Norman Rose, Anne Seymour, Edward King (director). 29:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

111344. The Eternal Light. May 11, 1952. NBC net. "Watchman Unto The House". Sustaining. Ezekiel, the prophet, speaks during the Babylonian captivity. He promises a return to Jesusalem. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Bernard Mandlebaum, Dean of the Students of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Bert Cowlan, Santos Ortega, Joseph Mendel (writer), Bernard Mandlebaum, Bryna Raeburn, Edward King (director). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111345. The Eternal Light. May 18, 1952. NBC net. "She Knew Us". Sustaining. The program opening is upcut. The story of Mary Kingsbury Simkhovitch, the founder of the Greenwich House in New York City. After drama speaker: Joseph Wahl, member of the board of overseers of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Roger De Koven, Joseph Boland, Virginia Mazer (writer), Abraham Isaac Kook (writer, former chief rabbi of the Holy Land), Joseph Wahl (?), Mel Brandt (announcer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Anne Burr, John Larkin (narrator), Tom Glazer (balladeer), David Putterman (cantor). 29:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

111346. The Eternal Light. May 25, 1952. NBC net. "The New Synagogue Of Chelm". Sustaining. The residents of the city of Chelm, known for their wisdom, decide that Chelm needs a new synagogue. After-drama speaker: Herman Katz, member of the board of overseers of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Joe DeSantis, Bert Cowlan, Helen Chandell Herman (adaptor), Herman Katz, Norman Rose, Humphrey Davis, Adelaide Klein, Leon Janney, Peter Capell, Fred Weihe (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Butch Cavell. 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111347. The Eternal Light. June 1, 1952. NBC net. "An American Soldier". Sustaining. A Memorial Day program. The story of an American G.I. who served in Korea, but who won is greatest victory in the United States. After-drama speaker: Samuel Schnierson, president of the Jewish Child Care Association. The program opening is upcut. Joan Tompkins, Ethel Everett, Edith Sommer (writer), Robert Soderberg (writer), Samuel Schnierson, Robert Segal (cantor), John McGovern, Ed King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:36. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete as above.

111348. The Eternal Light. June 8, 1952. NBC net. "Jacob's Ladder". Sustaining. Jacob Schneider was considered to be a candidate to emter heaven, even though he was a poor farmer living outside Louisville. The program opening is upcut. The script was previously used on, "The Eternal Light" on December 1, 1946 (see cat. #111096). After-drama speaker: Rabbi Julius Nodell, of, "The Temple," Cleveland, Ohio. House Jameson (narrator), Edgar Stehli, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Bryna Raeburn, Juano Hernandez, Julius Nodell, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), David Putterman (cantor), Frank Papp (director). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

111349. The Eternal Light. June 15, 1952. NBC net. "Maimonides". Sustaining. The story of the Egyptian scholar over 800 years ago. After-drama speaker: Edwin Weisl, "outstanding civic leader and philanthropist." Alexander Scourby, Norman Rose, Joseph Mendel (writer), Edwin Weisl, Roger De Koven, Robert Segal (cantor), Marion Kilgore (? music director), Edward King (director), Bill McCord (billed as William McCord), Ben Zion Bokser (Rabbi, author). 29:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111350. The Eternal Light. June 22, 1952. NBC net. "The Shining Night". Sustaining. Sam Gordon is an important lawyer and a very busy man. Hoever, he does have memories...and a medical problem. After-drama speaker: George Cohen, a philanthropist from Philadephia. Alexander Scourby (?), Leon Janney (?), Sylvia Berger (writer), George Cohen, Robert Segal (cantor), Edwin Jerome, Philip Berner (?), Marjorie Maude, Edward King (director), Bill McCord (announcer, billed as "William McCord"). 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111351. The Eternal Light. September 14, 1952. NBC net. "Here Am I". Sustaining. A program in celebration of "Rosh Hashonah" (The Jewish New Year). A story of Abraham and Isaac at the start of a journey. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Max Rutenberg, Executive Vice President of The Jewish Theological Seminary. The program was not broadcast on the following week. Norman Rose (narrator), Roger De Koven, Joseph Mindel (writer), Robert Segal (cantor), Larry Robinson, Juano Hernandez,Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111352. The Eternal Light. September 28, 1952. NBC net. "The Man Who Said No". Sustaining. A program in honor of "Yom Kippur," (the Jewish Day of Atonement). A stranger seeks passage on a ship to Carthage. The stranger's name is Jonah. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Seymour Cohen of Congregation B'nai Israel, Pittsburgh. The program will not be heard on the following week because of the holiday of "Succoth." Bert Cowlan, Peter Capell, Joseph Mindel (writer), Morris Mamorsky (conductor), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Santos Ortega, Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111353. The Eternal Light. October 19, 1952. NBC net. "Two Boys Called Bob". Sustaining. A program in obervance of "United Nations Week." One Bob lived near Philadelphia and was killed during World War II. The other Bob just graduated from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, a former Kamikazi pilot. After-drama speaker: Rabbi Aaron Blumenthal of Congregation Emanuel, Mount Vernon, New York. Norman Rose (narrator), Leon Janney, Robert Segal (cantor), David Davidson (writer), Aaron Blumenthal, William Redfield, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111354. The Eternal Light. October 26, 1952. NBC net. "Miracle At Convention Hall". Sponsored by: Sustining. The story of a pianist named, "Raymond Leiser." He found his true calling helping the victims of Hitler, with little time for music. On a lark, he visited the land of Palestine. This eventually lead to his performance in an unusual place, under unusual circumstances. He had no hands! After-drama speaker: Mrs. George Levy, National Vice President of The National Women's League of The United Synagogues of America. Arnold Moss (narrator), Adelaide Klein, Robert Segal (cantor), Howard Merrill (writer), George Levy (Mrs.), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Raymond Leiser (piano soloist), Donald Buka, Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111355. The Eternal Light. November 2, 1952. NBC net. "Yal". Sustaining. A program in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Isaac Peretz, "The father of modern Yiddish literature." After-drama speaker: Elmer Hamburg from Pittsburgh, member of the Board of Overseers of The Jewish Theological Seminary. Alexander Scourby, Adelaide Klein, Robert Segal (cantor), Mark Siegel (writer), Elmer Hamburg, Norman Rose, Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer). 29:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111356. The Eternal Light. November 9, 1952. NBC net. "Reminder On The Door Post". Sustaining. The broadcast starts with a news bulletin. A program in oberservance of "Armistice Day." Roger De Koven, Donald Buka. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111357. The Eternal Light. November 16, 1952. NBC net. "The Benediction". Sustaining. George Tobias, Sam Siegel. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111358. The Eternal Light. November 23, 1952. NBC net. "Lizzie and The Whiskers". Sustaining. This program is dedicated to the current Red Cross drive. The story of Lizzie Hyland who lived in a New York City slum in 1877. She was born with deformities. The program originates from Hollywood and is a rebroadcast of the program of February 27, 1949 (see cat. #111115). Mel Ferrer, Paul Frees, Morton Wishengrad (writer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111359. The Eternal Light. November 30, 1952. NBC net. "King Solomon and The Bee". Sustaining. The program originates from Hollywood. Preston Foster, Rolfe Sedan. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111360. The Eternal Light. December 7, 1952. NBC net. "Trial and Error". Sustaining. The life story of the first president of Israel. The program originates from Hollywood and is a rebroadcast of "The Eternal Light" heard on January 16, 1949 (see cat. #111110). Peter Capell, Chaim Weizmann (author). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111361. The Eternal Light. December 14, 1952. NBC net. "Anne Frank: The Diary Of A Young Girl". Sustaining. The broadcast originates from Hollywood. Jeff Chandler, Anne Whitfield. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111362. The Eternal Light. December 21, 1952. NBC net. "When Helen Keller Came To K'far Uriel". Sustaining. The program originates from Chicago. Maurice Copeland, Sam Siegel. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111363. The Eternal Light. December 28, 1952. NBC net. "The Emissary". Sustaining. Bert Cowlan, Joseph Boland. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111364. The Eternal Light. January 4, 1953. NBC net. "The Ordination". Sustaining. Edgar Stehli, Alexander Scourby, Dan Ocko. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111365. The Eternal Light. January 11, 1953. NBC net. "The Ghost Who Sat In Parliament". Sustaining. Roger De Koven, Staats Cotsworth. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111366. The Eternal Light. January 18, 1953. NBC net. "Rabbi Judah and The Golem". Sustaining. Ken Nordine, Sam Siegel. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111367. The Eternal Light. January 25, 1953. NBC net. "A Dreamer's Journey". Sustaining. The story of Morris Raphael Cohen, a professor of Philosophy at City College. The story was previously used on, The Eternal Light" on June 12, 1949 (see cat. #76211). Alexander Scourby (narrator), Peter Capell, Joseph Mindel (writer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111368. The Eternal Light. February 1, 1953. NBC net. "The Minstrel Of His People". Sustaining. Bernard Lenrow, Leon Janney. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66908. The Eternal Light. February 8, 1953. NBC net. "The Visitor From Illinois". Sustaining. On the day before he was scheduled to speak at Cooper Union in New York City, Abraham Lincoln meets one of the toughest little kids in town. After the drama, Robert Sherwood speaks about Mr. Lincoln. Morton Wishengrad (writer), Raymond Edward Johnson, Mark Cavell, Robert Sherwood, Morris Mamorsky (composer, conductor), Edward King (director), Mel Brandt (announcer), Robert Segal (cantor), Alexander Scourby, Joseph Boland, Ralph Bell, Roger De Koven, Dick Dudley (announcer). 29:5. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111369. The Eternal Light. February 15, 1953. NBC net. "The Man Who Knew Carver". Sustaining. A Lincoln's Birthday program; the story of George Washington Carver. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on February 6, 1949 (see cat. #111112). Alexander Scourby, Raymond Edward Johnson, Morton Wishengrad (writer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111370. The Eternal Light. February 22, 1953. NBC net. "Old Man Stone". Sustaining. Ken Nordine, Jack Lester. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111371. The Eternal Light. March 1, 1953. NBC net. "A Song For Queen Esther". Sustaining. Norman Rose, James Monks. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111372. The Eternal Light. March 8, 1953. NBC net. "A Place Of Hiding". Sustaining. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Peter Capell. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111373. The Eternal Light. March 15, 1953. NBC net. "Aaron The Cobbler and The Western Wall". Sustaining. A poor cobbler sees little benefit in contributing to rebuild the Western Wall of the Temple in Jerusalem. However, he does have a dream. This program was previously broadcast on "The Eternal Light" on June 19, 1949 (see cat. #76212). Norman Rose, Martin Wolfson, Ernest Kinoy (writer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111374. The Eternal Light. March 22, 1953. NBC net. "The Breath Of The Prophet Elijah". Sustaining. Norman Rose, Kermit Murdock. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111375. The Eternal Light. March 29, 1953. NBC net. "The Son Of Amram". Sustaining. A program for Passover. Bert Cowlan, Guy Repp. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111376. The Eternal Light. April 5, 1953. NBC net. "Son Of Thermutis". Sustaining. A program for Passover. Bert Cowlan, Raymond Edward Johnson. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111377. The Eternal Light. April 19, 1953. NBC net. "Mr. Levin Called". Sustaining. Bernard Lenrow, Norman Rose. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111378. The Eternal Light. April 26, 1953. NBC net. "The Solitary City". Sustaining. Alexander Scourby, Peter Capell. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111379. The Eternal Light. May 3, 1953. NBC net. "Quiet Street". Sustaining. Roger De Koven, Edwin Jerome. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111380. The Eternal Light. May 10, 1953. NBC net. "You and Danny". Sustaining. Roger De Koven, Joseph Julian. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111381. The Eternal Light. May 17, 1953. NBC net. "A Measure Of Freedom". Sustaining. Norman Rose (narrator). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111382. The Eternal Light. May 24, 1953. NBC net. "I Scale A Wall". Sustaining. Roger De Koven, Joseph Julian. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111383. The Eternal Light. May 31, 1953. NBC net. "Who Saves One Life". Sustaining. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Roger De Koven. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111384. The Eternal Light. June 7, 1953. NBC net. "The Congressman". Sustaining. Roger De Koven, Bryna Raeburn. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111385. The Eternal Light. June 14, 1953. NBC net. "The Sabbath Of Chayim, The Porter". Sustaining. The story of "Chayim of the broad shoulders" and "Hannah of the white curtains." Beautifully written! The story was heard previously on "The Eternal Light" on February 3, 1946 (see cat. #110812). Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Alexander Scourby (narrator), Isaac Leib Peretz (author), Juano Hernandez. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111386. The Eternal Light. June 21, 1953. NBC net. "I Never Saw Summer". Sustaining. Bert Cowlan, Joseph Boland. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111387. The Eternal Light. June 28, 1953. NBC net. "Samuel and The King". Sustaining. The last program of the season. The next ten weeks are broadcasts of, "The Words We Live By," also produced by the Jewish Theological Seminary. "The Eternal Light" returns to the air on September 13, 1953. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Raymond Edward Johnson. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111388. The Eternal Light. September 13, 1953. NBC net. "Throne Of Mercy". Sustaining. The first program of the season. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Jane Webb. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111389. The Eternal Light. September 20, 1953. NBC net. "God Smiled On Adam". Sustaining. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Juano Hernandez. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111390. The Eternal Light. September 27, 1953. NBC net. "Thirty-Six". Sustaining. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Leon Janney. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111391. The Eternal Light. October 4, 1953. NBC net. "Bar Kochba: Prince Of Israel". Sustaining. William Redfield, Norman Rose (narrator). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16004. The Eternal Light. October 11, 1953. NBC net. "The Song Of Berditschev". Sustaining. An eighteenth-century rabbi challenges God! A special Kaddish. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on February 23, 1947 and on September 24, 1950 (see cat. #11139). David Sarnoff and Louis Finkelstein speak after the drama. Alexander Scourby, David Sarnoff, Guy Repp, Roger De Koven, Santos Ortega, Joseph Boland, Dan Ocko, John McGovern, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Edward King (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Mel Brandt (announcer), Louis Finkelstein. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111392. The Eternal Light. October 18, 1953. NBC net. "Mrs. Steinberg's Partner In Heaven". Sustaining. Good deeds for neighbors in need are Mrs. Steinberg's delight. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on March 12, 1950 (see cat. #75675) and subsequently on April 5, 1959 (see cat. #60391). Sylvia Berger (writer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111393. The Eternal Light. October 25, 1953. NBC net. "Moses Mendelssohn". Sustaining. Moses Mendelssohn lived in Berlin, during the time of Frederick The Great. He was a hunchback, a Jew, a philosopher...and he was, "The Universal Man." He was, "The Socrates of Germany," and "The First Jew of Europe." The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on February 24, 1946 and on October 23, 1949 (see cat. #110814). Martin Wolfson, Peter Capell, Morton Wishengrad (writer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111394. The Eternal Light. November 1, 1953. NBC net. "Watchman, What Of The Night?". Sustaining. Isaac Rosenberg, poet and British soldier, tries to find truth in the trenches of No-Man's Land. The script was used on "The Eternal Light at another time. Norman Rose (narrator), Guy Repp. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111395. The Eternal Light. November 8, 1953. NBC net. "A Journey With Elijah". Sustaining. Ethel Everett, Bert Cowlan. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111396. The Eternal Light. November 15, 1953. NBC net. "Good Soil". Sustaining. Roger De Koven, Ralph Bell. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111397. The Eternal Light. November 22, 1953. NBC net. "Photographer In Buckskin". Sustaining. Ken Nordine, Marshall Kent. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111398. The Eternal Light. November 29, 1953. NBC net. "Mattathias". Sustaining. Alexander Scourby (narrator), Edgar Stehli. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111399. The Eternal Light. December 6, 1953. NBC net. "A Bass Viol For Heaven". Sustaining. This script was subsequently used on "The Eternal Light" in January, 1966 (see cat. #16014). Norman Rose (narrator), Isaac Leib Peretz (author), Joseph Mendel (adaptor), Louis Sorin. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111400. The Eternal Light. December 13, 1953. NBC net. "The Tower". Sustaining. Ken Nordine, Everett Clark. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66907. The Eternal Light. December 20, 1953. NBC net. "Face To Face With Gabriel". Sustaining. The story of Rabbi George Lieberman of Canton Ohio, who was severly injured in a railroad wreck. While trapped within the crushed metal, the rabbi is rescued by Gabriel...yeah, Gabriel! Good radio. The program was recorded in Hollywood. Edward G. Robinson, David Putterman (cantor), Andrew C. Love (director), Morris Kurtzer (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Robert Armbruster (conductor), Paul Frees, Marc Siegel (writer). 29:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111401. The Eternal Light. January 3, 1954. NBC net. "The Rainbow". Sustaining. The program originates from Hollywood. Victor Jory, Lawrence Dobkin. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111402. The Eternal Light. January 10, 1954. NBC net. "Prophet In Dungarees". Sustaining. The program originates from Hollywood. Marsha Hunt, Paul Frees. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111403. The Eternal Light. January 17, 1954. NBC net. "How Manny Got Into Seventh Grade". Sustaining. William Redfield, Bert Cowlan. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111404. The Eternal Light. January 24, 1954. NBC net. "Jacob, My Son". Sustaining. Bert Cowlan, Anne Seymour. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

111405. The Eternal Light. January 31, 1954. NBC net. "The Builder". Sustaining. Ken Nordine, Sam Siegel. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16005. The Eternal Light. June 20, 1954. NBC net. "Court Without A Gavel". Sustaining. The story of the Jewish Conciliation Board, a most unusual court. Supreme Court Justice William Douglas speaks after the story. William O. Douglas, Bert Cowlan, Paul McGrath, Bryna Raeburn, Louis Sorin, Ralph Bell, Joe DeSantis, Joseph Julian, Bernard Lenrow, Marc Siegel (writer), Edward King (writer), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Norman Rose, Roger De Koven, David Putterman (cantor), Dick Dudley (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16007. The Eternal Light. January 5, 1958. NBC net. "The Parable Of Reb Yisroel". Sustaining. The Rabbi of Bialystoke is so good, the angels in heaven argue about his heavenly fate. Humorous and well-done. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on January 13, 1946. Guy Repp, Joseph Julian, Maurice Tarplin, Roger De Koven, David Ross, Morton Wishengrad (writer), George Voutsas (director), Robert Segal (cantor). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

60391. The Eternal Light. April 5, 1959. NBC net. "Mrs. Steinberg's Partner In Heaven". Sustaining. Good deeds for neighbors in need are Mrs. Steinberg's delight. The first 14:52 of the program only. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on March 12, 1950 (see cat. #75675) and on October 18, 1953 (see cat. #11392). Sylvia Berger (writer). 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

16006. The Eternal Light. April 19, 1959. NBC net. "The Battle Of The Warsaw Ghetto". Sustaining. A well-done, well-written story of the slaughter of Polish Jews by the Nazis. The body of the show only. The script won an award from the Writer's War Board when first presented on the eve of Yom Kippur, 1943. The script was used previously on "The Eternal Light" on January 28, 1945 and subsequently on December 15, 1968 (see cat. #43366). Morton Wishengrad (writer). 22 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

16009. The Eternal Light. February 12, 1961. NBC net. "Days Of A Poet". Sustaining. A poet of Spain in pursuit of Truth...Solomon Ibn Gabirol. Dan Ocko, Guy Repp, Roger De Koven. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16010. The Eternal Light. March 26, 1961. NBC net. "Bitter Herb". Sustaining. The story of a Passover Seder during the Civil War, with matzohs broken together by Yank and Rebel. Dan Ocko, Maurice Tarplin, Norman Rose, Roger De Koven. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16008. The Eternal Light. April 23, 1961. NBC net. "Investigation At Medziboz". Sustaining. A journey to learn many things, but above all, cheerfulness of heart. Dan Ocko, Guy Repp, Roger De Koven. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16011. The Eternal Light. November 19, 1961. NBC net. "Our Uncle Arthur". Sustaining. An eccentric old man believes in charity for one man at a time. Well written. Jan Miner, Leon Janney, John McGovern, Teri Keane, Gilbert Mack, Howard Reig (announcer), Marian Carr, Eugene Francis, Barbara Townsend, Teri Keane, Peter Fernandez, Athena Lorde. 25 minutes. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

19844. The Eternal Light. December 8, 1963. Program #780. NBC net. "Two Ounces Of Lead". Sustaining. The story of August Bondy, who fought for freedom with John Brown and others. The twentieth anniversary broadcast. The script was used on "The Eternal Light" on October 28, 1945 and subsequently on October 19, 1958 and in 1969 (see cat. #16037). Kenneth MacGregor (director), Mason Adams, Norman Rose, Luis Van Rooten, House Jameson, Bryna Raeburn, Dan Ocko. 27:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

16012. The Eternal Light. January 18, 1964. NBC net. "The Trolley Bible Of The Broadway Line". Sustaining. A bus driver in the afternoons, but a scholar in the morning...for the glory of Ireland! The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on May 18, 1947 (see cat. #73983). Edgar Stehli (narrator), Karl Swenson, Roger De Koven, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Frank Papp (director), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Milton Katims (conductor), Robert Segal (cantor), Bob Denton (announcer). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43399. The Eternal Light. February 1964. NBC net. "My Cousin Avigdor". Sustaining. Produced under the auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary. Raymond Massey delivers a eulogy for Morton Wishengrad (writer of the story) on the first anniversary of his death. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on January 20, 1946 (see cat. #75993). The final nineteen minutes of the program only. Raymond Massey, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Alan Howard, Peter Lazer, David Putterman (cantor), Ralph Bell, Mandel Kramer, John McGovern, Jerry Damon (announcer), Kenneth MacGregor (director), Roger De Koven, Maurice Tarplin. 19:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

28671. The Eternal Light. March 1965. NBC net. "Mr. Harris". Sustaining. A family emigrates from Russia to America with the help of kindly Mr. Harris...nee Horowitz. An excellent production. Kermit Murdock, Guy Repp, Jan Miner, Court Benson, Ian Martin, Peter Lazer, Robert Segal (Cantor), Theodore Faro (? writer), Matilda Faro (writer), Alan Howard, Arthur Hughes, David Loden, Nora L. Carr, Herb Duncan, Jerry Damon (announcer), Kenneth MacGregor (director), Mrs. Joseph Willen (National president of the National Council Of Jewish Women). 29:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16014. The Eternal Light. January 1966. NBC net. "A Bass Viol For Heaven". Sustaining. A parable of the midnight prayer. The program was previous heard on "The Eternal Light" on December 6, 1953 (see cat. #111399). Dan Ocko, Ethel Everett, Guy Repp, Ian Martin, Lawson Zerbe (doubles), Leon Janney, Roger De Koven, Teri Keane, Joel Geffen (The Jewish Theological Seminary), Joseph Mindel (writer), Isaac Leib Peretz (author), Maurice Samuel (translator), Robert Segal (cantor), Ethel Everett, David Loden (narrator), Morris Mamorsky (composer), Louis Gebowitz (conductor), Samuel Levitan (bass viol), Jerry Damon (announcer), Kenneth MacGregor (director). 28:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16013. The Eternal Light. January 9, 1966. NBC net. "Once Upon A Sabbath". Sustaining. A fable of the Polish town whose wish that every day be the Sabbath came true. Kenny Delmar, Joseph Mindell (writer), Kenneth MacGregor (director), Ezra Stone, Sara Segar, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Leon Janney, Parker Fennelly, Dan Ocko, George Petrie, House Jameson, Herb Duncan, Jerry Jarett, Jerry Damon, David Putterman (cantor). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16015. The Eternal Light. February 27, 1966. NBC net. "Once Upon A Time". Sustaining. "Once Upon A Time"...a man came upon a little town with the little money but much happiness. Who is rich? He who is satisfied with his portion. Robert Readick, Dan Ocko, Santos Ortega, Guy Repp. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16016. The Eternal Light. April 10, 1966. NBC net. "Let There Be Light". Sustaining. The story of Sol Finestone, the first Jewish forester in America, and the father of Ezra Stone (star of "The Aldrich Family"). Ezra Stone, House Jameson, Leon Janney, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Parker Fennelly, Jerry Damon (announcer), Kenneth MacGregor (director). 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16023. The Eternal Light. 1967. NBC net. "The Book and The Window". Sustaining. The life and death of Israel Rabinowitz, who died trying to help others. Alan Bergman, Ethel Everett, Guy Repp, Karl Weber, Roger De Koven, Santos Ortega. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16017. The Eternal Light. November 12, 1967. NBC net. "How Uriel Got Into Heaven". Sustaining. The script was previously heard on "The Eternal Light" on March 28, 1948 and on December 25, 1949 (see cat. #111122). William Redfield, Arnold Moss, Ian Martin, Gilbert Mack, Ralph Bell, House Jameson, Guy Repp, Norman Rose, Mandel Kramer. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16018. The Eternal Light. November 19, 1967. NBC net. "Hot Iron". Sustaining. The efforts of Emil Zola on behalf of Albert Dreyfus, unjustly accused of treason. Amy Sidell, Guy Repp, House Jameson, Robert Dryden, Roger De Koven, Staats Cotsworth, William Griffis. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16019. The Eternal Light. November 26, 1967. NBC net. "The Transgression Of Judel Kinderchein". Sustaining. A peddler gives up his trade as being unethical And unrighteous and declines the honor to work in the Synagogue because of his sins. Ralph Bell, John Gibson, Dan Ocko, Guy Repp, Gilbert Mack. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16020. The Eternal Light. December 3, 1967. NBC net, WNBC, New York aircheck. "Brandeis". Sustaining. The story of the Boston attorney who settled a difficult strike, became proud to be a Jew, and Justice of the Supreme Court. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on January 7, 1945 and September 1, 1946 (see cat. #111085) and January 15, 1950 (see cat. #111125). Dan Ocko, Joe DeSantis, Paul McGrath, Roger De Koven, Santos Ortega, William Griffis, Robert Segal (cantor), Israel Goldman (Congregation Chesik Amuno, Baltimore), Morton Wishengrad (writer), Jane Aymar, Nat Polen, Allen Manson, Lester Rawlins (narrator), Jerry Damon (announcer), Kenneth MacGregor (director). 28:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16021. The Eternal Light. December 10, 1967. NBC net. "The Thief and The Hangman". Sustaining. Micah the thief, is about to be hung, but time out for some philosophy first! The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on March 2, 1947, December 28, 1947 (see cat. #75679) and January 8,1950 (see cat. #111124). Lawson Zerbe, Ralph Bell, Abby Lewis, Maurice Tarplin, John McGrath, Humphrey Davis, Gilbert Mack. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16022. The Eternal Light. December 24, 1967. NBC net. "The Lantern In The Inferno". Sustaining. A young Jewish woman gives her life parachuting into Nazi occupied Yugoslavia to rescue Jewish children. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on December 22, 1946. Amy Sidell, Joseph Wiseman, Alan Bergman, William Redfield, Morton Wishengrad (writer), Simon Novick (Emanuel Synagogue, Hartford, Connecticut), Robert Segal (cantor), Joan Lazer, Rex O'Malley, Gilbert Mack, James Dukas, Jerry Damon (announcer, Kenneth MacGregor (director). 28:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16024. The Eternal Light. 1968. NBC net. "The Great and Dreadful Wilderness". Sustaining. Professor Sager, blind from the war, is persecuted from Poland and finds no country willing to accept him. A parable of Moses. Martin Wolfson, Nancy Franklin, Amy Sidell, Lloyd Moss, Joseph Julian, Robert Dryden, Hal Studer, Gilbert Mack. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

16025. The Eternal Light. 1968. NBC net. "Reminder Of The Covenant". Sustaining. The story of Mordecai Noah and his prophetic vision of a separate home for Jews in America. The script was previously used on "The Eteral Light" on November 20, 1960. James Dukas, Marian Seldes, Guy Repp. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43366. The Eternal Light. December 15, 1968. NBC net. "The Battle Of The Warsaw Ghetto". Sustaining. A well-done, well-written story of the slaughter of the Polish Jews by the Nazis. The script won an award from the Writer's War Board when first presented on the eve of Yom Kippur, 1943. The script was first produced on "The Eternal Light" on January 28, 1945, then on April 19, 1959 (see cat. #16006). Alan Howard, Allen Manson, David Ross (announcer), Ethel Everett, Guy Repp, Guy Repp, Jerry Damon (announcer), Joseph Julian, Lawson Zerbe, Leon Janney, Marian Seldes, Norman Rose, Robert Segal (cantor), Rosa Gottlieb, Santos Ortega, Stefan Schnabel, Morton Wishengrad (writer). 26:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16037. The Eternal Light. 1969. NBC net. "Two Ounces Of Lead". Sustaining. The story of August Bondy, who fought for freedom with John Brown and others. The script was used previously on "The Eternal Light" on October 18, 1945, October 19, 1958 and on December 8, 1963 (see cat. #19844). Amy Sidell, Mason Adams, Dwight Weist, Guy Repp, Dan Ocko. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16036. The Eternal Light. 1969. NBC net. "Texas Pioneer". Sustaining. A biography of Henry Castro, a man who spent his own fortune to bring Jews from France to settle in the republic of Texas. Amy Sidell, Guy Repp, Leon Janney, Mason Adams, Santos Ortega, Staats Cotsworth. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16026. The Eternal Light. January 5, 1969. NBC net. "The Cow That Coughed". Sustaining. The story of how Nathan Strauss fought for the pasteurization of milk at the turn of the century. Well done. The system cue has been deleted. The script was previoudly used on "The Eternal Light" on March 31, 1946 (see cat. #111073). Guy Repp, Hal Studer, Lawson Zerbe, Lon Clark (narrator), Staats Cotsworth, Joshua Stamfer (Congregation Neva Shalom, Portland, Oregon), Morton Wishengrad (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Gilbert Mack, Martha Greenhouse, James Monks, Ben Zion Boxer (program editor), Rhoda Grady (producer), Jeffrey Kulliver (director), Milton E. Krentz (producer), Nancy Walkman (program co-ordinator), Jerry Damon (announcer). 27:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

16027. The Eternal Light. January 12, 1969. NBC net. "The Mark Of Cain". Sustaining. The story of Sophie Irene Loeb, who fought for widow's pensions and against orphan asylums. The system cue has been deleted. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on December 8, 1946 and January 6, 1963. Marian Seldes, Dan Ocko, Lawson Zerbe, Santos Ortega, Leon Janney (narrator), Gilbert Rosenthal (Oceanside Jewish Center, Oceanside, New York), Morton Wishengrad (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Eda Reiss Merin, Guy Spaull, Charles Vandal, James Dukas, Jerry Damon (announcer), Rhoda Grady (producer), Jeffrey Kulliver (director), Ben Zion Boxer (program editor), Milton Krents (producer), Nancy Waltman (program co-ordinator). 28:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

16028. The Eternal Light. January 19, 1969. NBC net. "Rabbi Israel Salanter". Sustaining. The story of the pious ghetto rabbi who broke the Yom Kippur fast to save the lives of his congregation. The system cue has been deleted. Milton Krents (producer), Nancy Waltman (program co-ordinator), Ben Zion Boxer (program editor), Dwight Weist (narrator), Jerry Damon (announcer), Rhoda Grady (producer), Jeffrey Kulliver (director), Court Benson, Gilbert Mack, Abby Lewis, Dwight Weist, Guy Repp, Ralph Bell, Staats Cotsworth, Pesach Krauss (Congregation Beth David, Lynbrook, New York), Morton Wishengrad (billed as "the late Morton Wishengrad" and dedicated to his memory), Robert Segal (cantor), Robert Moeberg, Martha Golfen, John Seymour. 28:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

16029. The Eternal Light. January 26, 1969. NBC net. "Stephen Wise...A Voice For Justice". Sustaining. The story of the rabbi who fought for freedom in the synagogue. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on May 4, 1952. Guy Repp, Joe DeSantis, Norman Rose. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16030. The Eternal Light. February 2, 1969. NBC net. "Calloused Hands". Sustaining. What of music and musicians when Jews are placed into concentration camps? The system cue has been deleted. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on October 6, 1957. Gilbert Mack, Joe DeSantis, Joseph Julian, Jacob Pressman (Temple Beth Adam, Los Angeles), Steven Gethers (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Allen Manson, Guy Repp, Leon Janney, Theo Getz, Joe DeSantis, Bill Wendell (announcer), Rhoda Grady (producer), Jeffrey Kulliver (director). 31:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

16031. The Eternal Light. February 9, 1969. NBC net. "One Man". Sustaining. The story of Raoul Wallenberg, a patrician Swede who worked to save Jews from the Nazis in Hungary; and who died in a Soviet prison, unable to convince the Russians that he had no ulterior motive. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on April 21, 1957. Herb Duncan, Guy Repp, Dan Ocko, Gilbert Mack, Martin Wolfson, Lawson Zerbe. 29:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

16032. The Eternal Light. February 16, 1969. NBC net. "Icarus In A Wheelchair". Sustaining. A pilot comes down to Earth with a broken spinal cord and flies a quadriplegic's wheelchair for life. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on April 13, 1958. Ira Lewis, Hal Studer, Amy Sidell, Oscar Rose. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16033. The Eternal Light. February 23, 1969. NBC net. "Gandhi". Sustaining. The story of how Gandhi practiced non-violence to obtain rights for the "Untouchables." The system cue has been deleted. The script was previously used on "The Eternal Light" on February 20, 1949 (see cat. #111114) and January 1, 1950 (see cat. #111123). Guy Repp, Robert Dryden, Lon Clark, Erwin Hyman (Adath Yeshurim, Syracuse, New York), Morton Wishengrad (writer), David Putterman (cantor), Martin Wolfson, Eda Reiss Merin, Rex O'Malley, James Dukas, Martha Greenhouse, Gilbert Mack, Lloyd Moss (narrator), Jerry Damon (announcer), Rhoda Grady (producer), Jeffrey Kulliver (director), Ben Zion Boxer (program editor), Milton E. Krentz (producer), Nancy Walkman (program co-ordinator). 28:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

16034. The Eternal Light. March 2, 1969. NBC net. "A Song For Queen Esther". Sustaining. Tom Glazer sings well-written songs of Purim. A fascinating show, recommended for kids. The script was originally broadcast on "The Eternal Light" on February 26, 1950 (see cat. #75495) and March 18, 1962 and on March 9, 1952 (see cat. #111335). Ralph Bell, Santos Ortega, Norman Rose (narrator), Tom Glazer. 27:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16035. The Eternal Light. March 9, 1969. NBC net. "Is Someone There?". Sustaining. The work of Youth Aliyah is dramatized through the case of a difficult young girl seemingly interested only in sex. Susan Towers. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43422. The Eternal Light. March 18, 1973. NBC net origination, NPR net rebroadcast, WMUK-FM, Kalamazoo aircheck. "Rachel". Sustaining. Produced under the auspices of The Jewish Theological Seminary. Part seven of "Women's Voices In A Changing World." A Jewish settler in Israel finds that she's contracted T.B. The script was originally broadcast on "The Eternal Light" on March 24, 1946 (see cat. #76217). Ben Zion Boxer (program editor), Bill Rippe (announcer), Don Washington (director), Guy Repp, Ivan Sarak, Milton E. Krentz (producer), Morton Wishengrad (adaptor), Nancy Franklin (vocals), Rhoda Grady (producer), Robert Segal (cantor), Roger De Koven, Toby Blue Dobkin (program coordinator). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43443. The Eternal Light. April 1, 1973. NBC net origination, NPR syndication. "The World Will Know". Sustaining. Produced under the auspices of The Jewish Theological Seminary. The story of the uprising in the Warsaw ghetto, on its thirtieth anniversary. The story of the man who kept a history of the slaughter. The script was original broadcast on "The Eternal Light" on October 11, 1959. Arnold Lewis, Beatrice Powells, Bill Rippe (announcer), Chris Gampell, David Putterman (cantor), Don Washington (director), Guy Repp, Guy Sorel, Ira Lewis, Joseph Mendel (writer), Rhoda Grady (producer), Sam Grey. 28:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43401. The Eternal Light. 1976. NBC net origination, NPR net rebroadcast, WMUK-FM, Kalamazoo aircheck. "Freedom Is No Gift". Sustaining. Part seven of "Letters From America." Produced under the auspices of The Jewish Theological Seminary. The story of the arrival of the first twenty-three Jews in Niew Amsterdam. Annette Hunt, Arthur Gary (announcer), Fred Margulies (student rabbi), Guy Repp, Leon Janney, Loren Grant (director), Marc Siegel (writer), Milton E. Krentz (producer), Peter Joel, Rhoda Grant (producer), Robert Segal (cantor), Santos Ortega. 29:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

43400. The Eternal Light. 1976. NBC net origination, NPR net rebroadcast, WMUK-FM, Kalamazoo aircheck. "Preacher Of Salem". Sustaining. Part six of "Letters From America." Roger Williams battles the closed minds of church authority in Salem, Massachusetts. A story of an effort to establish the principle of "Freedom Of Religion" in 1635. Produced under the auspices of The Jewish Theological Seminary. The script was previously heard on "The Eternal Light" on November 19, 1950 (see cat. #73986). Albert M. Ottenheimer, Beatrice Pons, Bill Hanrahan (announcer), Chris Gampell, David Putterman (cantor), Edward E. Klein, Evie Juster, Gilbert Mack, Guy Repp, Hal Studer, Howard Ross (narrator), Jim Campbell, Loren Grant (director), Peter Lyon (writer), Rhoda Grady (producer). 29:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

104614. The Eternal Light. Program #4. NBC net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. "The Words We Live By". A program about the brotherhood of man. The first selection is based on a poem by Walt Whitman. Speaker: Rabbi Irving Miller. Irving Miller (Rabbi, Woodmere, New York, President of The American Jewish Congreation), Ziegfield Landau (choir director). 29:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16038. The Eternal Light. NBC net. "The World and I". Sustaining. A young boy sees a hobo beaten by a railroad detective and learns the meaning of justice. Santos Ortega. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

16039. The Eternal Light. NBC net. "Watchman, What Of The Night?". Sustaining. Isaac Rosenberg, poet and British soldier, tries to find truth in the trenches of No-Man's Land. The script was used on "The Eternal Light" on November 1, 1953 (see cat. #111394). Guy Repp, Jackson Beck (announcer), William Griffis. 1/2 hour. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 397 programs.