June 4, 1944
Sunday, June 04, 1944
This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.
Description from the Municipal Archives card catalog:
Update on war situation. Short news items in the NY Times. Hitler has refused an appeal to pardon a general who saved troops from Russian onslaught. Predicts a blow-up in Germany. A split in Hitler's staff. Propaganda can fool German people but not the German officers. Wants to allay parent fears regarding article in the NY Times concerning uncovered classes in the school system. Says this is not true. Explains why. New teachers appointed. Last weekend had a busy time, but interesting one. Studied a report by post-war building committee. Reconstruction of St. George Terminal on Staten Island. A difficult project. Details about the terminal. Plan to cover railroad tracks in the Bronx. Could create a new neighborhood. Improvement in surrounding property would merit the cost. City patrol corps. Appeals to men and women to join the city patrol corps. Racket in the newspaper clipping service has been discontinued but we're watching the situation and discovered another. Burrell clipping service mentioned. Army does not disapprove of normal lighting for the Rockaways and other coastal areas. But there could be a return to the dim out. Responds to Miss W.A. regarding a bookmaker who was using children. Responds to subway workers wife regarding husband's salary. Responds to letter about a rude bus driver and one about firemen who carry a disabled fat woman out of a cab.
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