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  • 01:25

    Ready, Set, 1940 US Census!

    in History

    Join us for another episode of GeneaBloggers Radio on Friday, March 30, 2012, starting at 9pm Eastern, 8pm Central, 7pm Mountain and 6pm Pacific with host Thomas MacEntee. This week our show is entitled Ready, Set, 1940 US Census!  Our special guests will include:  Steve Morse, architect of the Intel 8086 process which helped spark the PC revolution over 30 years ago, who has developed a set of online tools at his One Step Website to help you locate your family in the 1940 US Census. Joining him will be Joel Weintraub, retired biology professor at California State University, Fullerton who has been preparing for the release of the 1940 US Census since 2005. Also, Jim Ericson, of FamilySearch which is one of the sponsors of the 1940 U.S. Census Community Project. Jim will discuss how you can get involved with indexing the 1940 US Census images when they are released on April 2, 2012. As well as Amy Johnson Crow of Archives.com, another partner in the 1940 US Census Community Project who offer a behind the scenes look at the technology used to make the 1940 US Census images available to the public. And, as usual, you never know what other aspects of genealogy and family history will be covered at GeneaBloggers Radio so tune in! GeneaBloggers Radio is about the most fun you can have with your genealogy on a Friday night!

  • 00:51

    The 1940 US Census and Genealogy Societies

    in History

    Join us for the next episode of FGS Radio - My Society, an Internet radio show on Blog talk Radio presented by the Federation of Genealogical Societies. This week’s episode hosted by Thomas MacEntee is entitled The 1940 US Census - How Your Genealogy Society Can Get Involved. Our guest will be Jim Ericson, of FamilySearch which is one of the sponsors of the 1940 U.S. Census Community Project. Jim will discuss how your genealogy society and your members can get involved with indexing the 1940 US Census images when they are released on April 2, 2012.  In addition, we’ll be featuring FGS member society, Wisconsin State Genealogical Society, in our weekly Society Spotlight feature. Tune in to FGS Radio – My Society each week to learn more about genealogy societies and join in a discussion of the issues impacting the genealogical community.

  • 02:39

    The Helios Biblios Hour special guest Queen chief Warhorse of the Chahta Tribe

    in Current Events

    Queen Chief Elwin Warhorse Gillum is the Queen of Tchefuncta Nation and the Chief of the Chahta Tribe. As appointed by the 365 Elders (Blood Members) of the Tribe, she was appointed the Chief of the Tribe in 1998.took the throne of the Nation in 2009, when she brought the Nation out of exil.Prior to becoming the Tribal Chief, Chief Warhorse was a civil rights leader and served under the leadership of Dr. Joseph E. Lowery and the late Dr. Avery Alexander and numerous other Civil and Human rights leaders. She was a Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) national board member for 10 years and led the SCLC. She organized, implemented and participated in Civil Rights marches in the Southeast United States and worked on national and international projects. She has been an active civil and human rights advocate, educating others on the damage of the eugenics movement and racial integrity, and how to overcome and combat their effects.In 1980, 1990, 2000 and 2010, she worked with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau on census representation in the American Indian Community. She worked countless volunteer hours, trained bureau staff and worked with the community to ensure representation. For her efforts, she received an award. In the 1990s Queen Chief Warhorse was presented with a Humanitarian Award by W.D. Mohammad, a Muslim leader, for her work as a Christian leader in the Muslim Community. In 1991, she created and developed the first minority/majority district in St. Tammany Parish to create a voter’s block for better representation.In 2000, under President Clinton’s Administration, Queen Chief Warhorse was appointed as a member to the African Summit with a focus on minority issues. In 2004, she founded “Save the Chahta Indian Tribe," a nonprofit organization.In 2005, Chief Warhorse was featured in Jet Magazines Tribal tribute for her work in Civil Rights as an SCLC national board member and leader.

  • 00:23

    Thursday night with Harry James

    in Podcasting

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Thursday night with Harry James 


    Harry James & His Orchestra ‎– The Mole


     But Not For Me


     All or Nothing at all


    Flash


     Flight of the Bumble Bee


    The Carnival of Venice


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.


    All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM


    The Mole / But Not For Me


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36599 1942


    A: The Mole


    Written by James, Holmes, Arr. Holmes


    B: But Not For Me


    Vocal Helen Forrest


    Written by Gershwin Brothers


    From the movie “Girl Crazy”


    Girl Crazy is a 1943 musical film produced by Metro Goldwyn Mayer. Based on the name, Girl Crazy stars Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland in their ninth of ten pairings, Music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin.


    All or Nothing at all   Flash


    Columbia 35587   1940


    A: All or Nothing


    With Frank Sinatra


    Written By Altman & Lawrence


    B: Flash


    Written by Harry James


    Flight of the Bumble Bee / the Carnival of Venice


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36004 1941


    A: The Flight of the Bumble Bee


    Arranged By – James Composed By – Rimsky-Korsakov Featuring, Trumpet – Harry James


    B: The Carnival of Venice


    Arranged By Harry James Composed By Arban

  • 02:05

    Julian Bond: Up Close and Personal With Famed Civil Rights Leader

    in Politics Progressive

    Horace Julian Bond (born January 14, 1940), known as Julian Bond, is an American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor, and writer. While a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early 1960s, he helped to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Bond was elected to four terms in the Georgia House of Representatives and later to six terms in the Georgia Senate, having served a combined twenty years in both legislative chambers. From 1998 to 2010, he was chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the first president of theSouthern Poverty Law Center.

  • 00:32

    Prepare for Something Greater

    in Spirituality

    In preparing, we often times use a census to ensure we have just enough for the people we serve. As we look at our lives, the Lord wants us to prepare for something greater. Our Lord did not bring us (you) this far to leave you, likewise, He did not bring you to that place to remain. We must be like a tree planted and continue to grow. A place is not necessarily a shift in buildings, but a move within your life. Join me as we discover how to prepare for something greater!


     


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    Also many have asked about the educational trainings-email-emonya_love@yahoo.com


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  • 01:01

    Mr John Kalumbi- Director; Central Statistical Office

    in News

    Mr John Kalumbi is the Director at the Central Statistical Office (CSO) whose principle function is to collect, analyse and disseminate data representing the following categories; Agriculture, industrial production, Public finance, Demography & Economics, External Trade and National Accounts. CSO also functions as the department of Census and statistics division of the government of Zambia. Mr Kalumbi joins us to discuss the dynamics and changes in the population of the nation and direct coloration on the upcoming General elections and national Referendum on the constitution. The national inflation has fluctuated tremendously causing a decline in the Kwacha, what are the effects? CSO is said not to measure the poverty datum line, why & where does the international community get its measurement of our nation's poverty levels? 

  • 00:16

    Why tell Saturday stories with songs?

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Broadcast from “Tech Storyteller with a heart “on www.Blogtalkradio.com/techstoryteller


    Why tell Saturday stories with songs? 


    Richard Himber & His Orchestra A: Fun to Be Fooled


    B: Let’s Take a Walk around the Block


    Frank Sinatra  A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening


    Podcast link:


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.


    All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM


    Richard Himber & His Orchestra


    A: Fun to Be Fooled


    Release date 1934 (estimated) 7/13/1934


    Label Victor 24680


    B: Let’s Take a Walk around the Block


    Written By E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen, Ira Gershwin


    Vocal Refrain by Joey Nash


    "Let's Take a Walk around the Block" is a popular song   composed by Harold Arlen, with lyrics written by Ira Gershwin and E.Y. Harburg.


    It was introduced in the musical Life Begins at 8:40, which opened August 27, 1934 on Broadway.


    Frank Sinatra  A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening


    Columbia 36687 1944


    B: A Lovely Way to Spend an Evening


    Written by Adamson, McHugh


    From the Movie “Higher and Higher “


    Higher and Higher is a 1944 musical film starring Michèle Morgan, Jack Haley, and Frank Sinatra (in his film debut), loosely based on a 1940 Broadway musical written by Gladys Hurlbut and Joshua Logan.

  • 00:31

    1940’s Ladies Night Out on the Columbia / Victor Labels

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    1940’s Ladies Night Out on the Columbia / Victor Labels


    (1)  Bennie Moten,   South     


     (2)  She’s No Trouble


      (3) Van Eps trio, Oh, Susie, Behave 


    (4)   Monte Cristo Jr  


    (5)  Harry James Baby, What You Do To Me,   Kitty Kallen


    (6)  Johnny Bond, A: You Brought Sorrow to My Heart


    (7) B: So Round So Firm So fully packed


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records. All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US


    Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra ‎– South / She's No Trouble


    RCA Victor ‎– 24893


    Format: Shellac, 10", Single, 78 RPM, Reissue 


    Released: 1935 Recorded in 1928


    A South Written-By – B. Moten, T Hayes 


    B She's No Trouble Written-By – T. Hayes 


    Victor 18556 (Black label (popular) 10-in. double-faced)


    Label: Victor B-22741 take 2 date 4/9/19 Oh, Susie, behave / Van Eps Trio


    Label: Victor B-22742 take 2 date 4/9/19 Monte Cristo Jr. / Van Eps Trio


    Release Date 7/1919   delete Cutoff date 1/1923   Thank you UCSB.Edu library


    Harry James and His Orchestra ‎– B:  Baby, What You Do To Me


    Columbia ‎– 36899 Released 1945 


    Released: 1945


    Vocals [Vocal Chorus] – Kitty Wallen, Written-By –George, James, Newman 


    Johnny Bond and His red River Boys‎– A: You Brought Sorrow to My Heart


    B: So Round So Firm So fully packed


    Columbia 37255, released 1946


    Vocals by Johnny Bond

  • 00:41

    A 1940’S tribute to a Truly Timeless Lady

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    A 1940’S tribute to a Truly Timeless Lady


    9 songs


    (1)  Ella Mae Morse Why Shouldn’t I?


    (2)   Les Brown and His Orchestra ‎– Sentimental Journey


    (3) Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiians ‎– Maui Girl


    (4)  Aloha No Wau I Ko Maka


    (5)  Rosemary Clooney – Shot Gun Boogie


    (6)  Beautiful Brown Eyes


    (7)  Harry James and His Orchestra ‎– You Made Me Love You


    (8)  ‎– A Sinner Kissed an Angel


    (9)  Les Brown and His Orchestra ‎– Twilight Time


    This Show is dedicated to the memory of my Friend Sharon Cahn and with a Truly Heartfelt Thank You to her Husband David


    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2015/02/09/a-1940s-tribute-to-a-truly-timeless-lady


    For information on the background of the songs and contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten music on 78 records

  • 01:00

    Nancy Wilcox, South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness

    in Current Events

    Our guest this morning is Nancy Wilcox, co-chair of the South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness.


    Nancy has been a full-time volunteer for the past 20 years, most recently serving as co-chair of the South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness (SBCEH) since 2013.  In this capacity she helps oversee the day-to-day operational workings of this organization, which was formed in the 1980s. 


    •Lead writer for the South Bay’s Coordinated Entry System grant applications 2014 and 2015 funding


    •SBCEH lead coordinator for the 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. Beginning in 2005, this HUD-mandated census is held every other year in late January. 


    •Served as the South Bay Project Manager for the CES “Scale-Up” South Bay team from November 2013-April 2014. 


    After Nancy received her Information Sciences Bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Cruz, she worked for TRW at its Redondo Beach “Space Park” location until the mid-1990’s.  During her engineer career, she worked in the area of software development for “command and control” and satellite projects. She developed her leadership skills first as a section head and later as a subproject manager while at TRW.


    Prior to joining SBCEH, Mrs. Wilcox volunteered at the Torrance Unified School District, most notably at South High School, where she worked in its library for 8 years.


    Nancy is married and has one son.  As a native Angelino, she has called the South Bay home for the past 35 years.


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