Enter Jack Benny

Monday, June 19, 1944

My mother fiddles the dials as we drive. But signals are weak and reception is poor. I know my father would love to pick up Jack Benny, his favorite performer of all time. He still remembers the Jack Benny broadcast making fun of “Yellow Jack,” the film about Walter reed in Cuba.

 

 

 

 

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