(RIGHT)Picture, if you will, a nice, idyllic sight
in October of '48. An unassuming post-war family in East Lake has
plunked down a lot of dough to be the first in their neighborhood to have
one of those newfangled "television" contraptions. The 50-foot mast
has gone up. Mom and the kids have their eye on the set as they yell
at Dad, who is rotating the aerial. He swings it in the direction
of Atlanta (WSB-TV), and hits paydirt. The family then settles down
for a relaxing evening in front of the tube as they play "Who's The Unrecognizable
Face Behind All That Snow?"
(It worked much better on RADIO)
Colman's next-door neighbor was Jack Benny, so I hope that $1,000 winner
held on to his wallet........
... now there's a great name from the audiophile morgue.
I'd like to use your "Easy Payment
Plan" for that package of Suckard Squares, please.