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Weekend OTR — Did Justice Triumph?

By: 31 July 2011 One Comment

Visit The CatAnother weekend and another classic old time radio show here at First Arkansas News. What a deal!

What’s on tap this weekend? An episode of Did Justice Triumph — one of those “real crime” dramas similar to Dragnet (the most successful program in that genre, to be sure). It’s one of those classic shows that just holds up well over time, so give it a listen and prepare to be amazed (or at least entertained).

Before getting into all of that, it’s important to mention a pretty substantial development for us here at First Arkansas News.What would that be? The good folks over in Mena can read our Lum and Abner comic strip in print every week. That’s right — the Mena Star started running our strip on Thursday and will continue to do so every week. Want proof? Click here for a scan of the strip on the back page of the Star.

We, of course, hope that other newspapers follow suit and run our strip. If you’d like a paper in your area to run the strip, then let them know it’s available and we’ll see what happens. Of course, the newest Lum and Abner strip is up on the site and you can see that here.

Having said all of that, bear in mind that these weekly old time radio programs are courtesy of our friends at Visit the Cat for all of your OTR needs — great prices and service ought to be enough to keep you coming back for more programs.

Click the below player for this week’s show.

Did Justice Triumph? Marriage Bureau Murders (July 28, 1947)

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