Sun Mar 29 01:06:06 EDT 2009
All of that is true, Donna. He worked on a kibbutz in Israel during those
years. Steve Elman and I interviewed him for our book on Jerry Williams.
If you give me a snail mail address, I'll be happy to send along CD's of the
90 minute conversation for your archives.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna Halper" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Don A" <email@example.com>; <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: "BRI+" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, March 28, 2009 8:10 PM
Subject: Re: Larry Glick
> At 03:04 PM 3/28/2009, Don A wrote:
>>Something that was mentioned on Steve Leveille's program the other night.
>>Larry didn't start at WBZ until he was 41 years old (in 1964?)
>>It appears his sucess in radio was later in life.
> Well, some articles I've found in my files say he was doing other
> things... we know he was born in Roxbury in 1922 (btw, the only Glick I
> find on Ancestry.com who was born in 1922 and living in Roxbury was Irving
> Glick... do we know if Larry/Lawrence was in fact his real first name???)
> and we know he was in the Army during WW 2. I've found clippings that say
> he was on the Armed Forces Radio Network in Munich Germany. The articles
> I found say he first did radio at WLNH in Laconia , and that in 1948 he
> left the US to work in Israel during the first Arab-Israeli War, and he
> was there throughout 1949 and into 1950. If those facts are true, it does
> seem his entry into major market radio was delayed somewhat.
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