Skip to main content


Showing posts from March, 2013

Jessica Dragonette: A Lovely Voice

A LOVELY VOICE JESSICA DRAGONETTE . . . deliberately forsook a stage career, that promised to be as bright as any, to seek her fortune in radio. And before that, she cast aside being a nun to take fling at the stage. The lovely Jessica was born in Calcutta, India. While very young, she was placed in Georgian Court convent at Lakewood, New Jersey, Where she was its phases. When “The Miracle” was to be performed and the directors looked about for an angelic voice, they picked her. From then on, her voice has belonged to the public. She’s now the star of the Cities Service Band Program over NBC.

Oboler Sacrifices Vacation in Face of ‘Der Tag’

Oboler Sacrifices Vacation in Face of ‘Der Tag’ By SI STEINHAUSER Arch Oboler , radio dramatist, who has been authoring and producing a “Plays For America” radio series , had intended taking a vacation but threats from Nazis have changed his plans. “I’ll go on until I’m exhausted,” is his reply to notes which inform him “You’re on the List but in red for Der Tag.”