America On The March

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of July 30, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


41815. America On The March. 1952. Program #1. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first selection is "Defenders Of Freedom." A special announcement from the Director Of Price Stabilization, "It's patriotic to be thrifty!" The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 15:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

41816. America On The March. 1952. Program #2. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "Americans, We." "Shop carefully, buy wisely, save all you can and pay no more than ceiling prices." The program contains announcements about "America's home front battle against inflation." The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

41817. America On The March. 1952. Program #3. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "The Stars and Stripes Forever." The message from the O. P. S. is about taking care of your car and observing ceiling prices. The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 15:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

41818. America On The March. 1952. Program #4. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "March Scherzo." The message is about how prices are seeming to see-saw, and what the O. P. S. does about it by suspending controls on things that are selling below the O. P. S. ceiling price. The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 15:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

41824. America On The March. 1952. Program #10A. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "The Invincible Eagle March." The O. P. S. message is about paying attention to posted ceiling prices. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41823. America On The March. 1952. Program #9A. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "The Stars and Stripes March." The O. P. S. message is about saving raw materials for manufacturing goods. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41822. America On The March. 1952. Program #8A. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "March Of The Toys." The O. P. S. message is about community pricing, the list of grocery ceiling prices posted at markets, "pay attention to the signs in the stores." The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41821. America On The March. 1952. Program #7A. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "The French National Des Felices March." The O. P. S. message from The Committee On Defense Production about the progress made during the two years O. P. S. has been operating. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41820. America On The March. 1952. Program #6A. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "The Pere de la Victoire March." The O. P. S. message about fighting inflation on the home front by economic stabilization. "Don't slacken your efforts in the fight against inflation." The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41819. America On The March. 1952. Program #5A. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "The Voice Of The Guns March." The O. P.S. is message about what determines which items have ceiling prices, and when those prices are lifted, either temporarily or permanently. The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41825. America On The March. November 26, 1952. Program #11. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "March Of The Women Marines." The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41826. America On The March. November 26, 1952. Program #12. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "Triumphal March." The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer). 14:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41828. America On The March. December 18, 1952. Program #16. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "Authors Of Liberty March." The O. P. S. message is about the price of oil, holding at $2.36 a barrel since 1951! Bill Jones, George Shelton (director), The Singing Sergeants, The U. S. Air Force Symphony Orchestra. 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41829. America On The March. December 18, 1952. Program #17. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "The National Defense March." Sgt. Bill Jones sings "Tall Timber." Bill Jones, George Shelton (director), Ron Rawson (announcer), Ron Rawson (announcer), The U. S. Air Force Symphony Orchestra. 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41830. America On The March. December 18, 1952. Program #18. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first selection is a medley of George M. Cohan songs with The Singing Sergeants, Sgt. Bill Jones. The U. S. Air Force Symphony Orchestra, The Singing Sergeants, Bill Jones. 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

41827. America On The March. December 18, 1952. Program #15. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. Sustaining. The first march is "The Call Of Freedom March." O. P. S. messages. Bill Jones, George Shelton (director), The U. S. Air Force Symphony Orchestra. 14:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38049. America On The March. 1953. Program #4. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. The first tune is "March Scherzo." Includes a message by Tighe Woods, Director of Price Stabilization. The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer), Tighe Woods. 15:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38048. America On The March. 1953. Program #3. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. The first tune is "The Stars and Stripes Forever." Includes a message by Tighe Woods, director of Price Stabilization. The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer), Tighe Woods. 15:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38047. America On The March. 1953. Program #2. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. The first tune is "American's We." A message from Tighe Woods, director of Price Stabilization. The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer), Tighe Woods. 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

38046. America On The March. 1953. Program #1. Office Of Price Stabilization syndication. The first tune is "Defender Of Freedom." A message by Tighe Woods, director of Price Stabilization. The date is approximate. The U. S. Marine Band, William F. Santelmann (director), Ron Rawson (announcer), Tighe Woods. 15:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 20 programs.