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Re: Early religious broadcasting

On 30 Apr 2003 at 16:10, Donna Halper wrote:

> Here in Boston, the first synagogue on
> the air was Temple Israel in Boston, an idea that came from the late great
> John Shepard 3rd and the equally late and great Harry Levi, the Radio
> Rabbi.  Rabbi Levi became so popular that 2 books of his sermons had to be
> issued, and non-Jews frequently came to services to ask for his autograph.

I once noticed that there is a crater on the Moon named "Rabbi Levi."  I 
wonder if it was after him.

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