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"butcher hollow" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:55 min | 7 months ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Care or schooling and one percent say they'll that amount of money that's a that's a recent survey from the fluent faults Americans are now more and more seeing the covert nineteen threat as a harm to the economy the country the stock market and to them personally take in back in March Americans about forty seven percent said yes it is a threat to the global economy but now one month later that number has jumped to seventy six percent thirty four percent of respondents back in March that it was a threat to the United States that number now up to seventy one percent to them personally fifteen percent saw it as a personal threat back in March now twenty nine percent due as of late last week and then one final note in some of this of of of the surveys here's a little bit bit more info for you as well despite the push to help small business owners same store sales traffic does continue to plummet from April of last year sales are down about thirty six same store sales traffic down thirty percent there wasn't optical right around Christmas and then right as this began to hit and late January early February we saw just a little bit of a dept but then March in April's issue that chart just goes almost down like the first drop of a roller coaster and this was in a survey of almost four thousand people including three hundred and close to three or twenty nine stations in a hundred and seventeen cities and as part of an I heart media social survey so yeah there's a there's there's some good news there's some bad news in there and definitely still some anxiety we're we're with you through all of this for sure and want to keep you in the know and up to date but we're also gonna have other stories too because where your life is going to go on we're gonna get through this let's talk about some birthdays this morning at six forty and birthdays today got a hand full for you on this date in nineteen twenty five on April the fourteenth celebrating a birthday would have been rod Steiger born in Westampton New York he passed away back in two thousand two on this date in nineteen thirty two an American treasure Loretta Lynn was born in butcher's hollow Kentucky also on this date in nineteen forty one Pete rose someone say an American treasure others maybe speak less flour flattering we have of him but the all time hits leader was born in Cincinnati Ohio he turns seventy nine today also on this day in nineteen forty five Ritchie Blackmore guitarist for deep purple was born in England seventy five years old also on this date in nineteen sixty Brad Garrett from everybody loves Raymond of course he's been on other shows in the system a stand up comic as well and on this data in nineteen seventy thank you sixty six rather Greg Maddux baseball hall of Famer for time Cy Young Award winner born in San Angelo Texas he turns fifty four today and turning forty seven today is Adrien Brody the American actor from the pianist he was born in New York City and finally turning forty three today Sarah Michelle Geller yep Buffy the vampire slayer turns forty three in there are your birthday's coming up we're talking about technology in this covert nineteen crisis we're gonna talk to Gary Shapiro about that and he's on the way next Memphis morning news it is.

"butcher hollow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:09 min | 9 months ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Break it's the KQED pledge thank you so much for joining us today welcome back you're listening to live from here with Chris the alley at the town hall in New York City well it has been a hell of a week for musicians birthdays including as retaining a vampire weekend we're gonna play a song from modern vampires of the city called step which was inspired by a song called step to My Girl by souls of mischief which included a sample from Grover Washington junior is recording of Aubrey which was originally recorded by the band Brett I'm pretty sure that makes them her weekends that my favorite song ever inspired by a sample of a cover of a song by Brad to shake as your K. and Happy Birthday at the time the city you know well you always said to my back back back and walk Mechanicsburg Gretchen dollars home in New York with champagne and school tapes from them slash Sampras but actually home with the communist street to box of one man I was a whole well that was fast but well who it is strong see you always zero zero Lynn Loretta Lynn the coal miner's daughter born and butcher hollow Kentucky married at age fifteen taught herself to play the guitar shortly thereafter had six kids and broke so much ground as a songwriter that nine of her songs were banned from country radio.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 9 months ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Welcome back you're listening to live from here with Chris the alley at the town hall in New York City well it has been a hell of a week for musicians birthdays including as hurricane it got a vampire weekend we're gonna play a song from modern vampires of the city called step which was inspired by a song called step to My Girl by souls of mischief which included a sample from Grover Washington junior is recording of Aubrey which was originally recorded by the band Brett I'm pretty sure that makes them her we can step my favorite song ever inspired by a sample of a cover of the song by bread to shake as your K. and Happy Birthday every time I see you in awhile you always said to my back back east found that a lot okay home in New York with champagne and school tapes from this list slash Sampras but actually home with the communist street to thanks a lot man I was a whole well that was fast but and well strong she you always stick to my zero zero Loretta Lynn the coal miner's daughter born and butcher hollow Kentucky married at age fifteen taught herself to play the guitar shortly thereafter had six kids and broke so much ground as a songwriter that nine of her songs were banned from country radio.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Lynn the coal miner's daughter born and butcher hollow Kentucky married at age fifteen taught herself to play the guitar shortly thereafter had six kids and broke so much ground as a songwriter that nine of her songs were banned from country radio she still sold forty million albums wrote an autobiography biography the became an academy award winning film got a presidential medal of freedom inspired generations of song writers and is working to this day here's the great Loretta Lynn's don't come home a drinkin with love and on your mind the way you can you they just you don't need along with.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Is soaring. Took Lauria to ski airman firsthand account of World, War, Two written by Philip handle Handelman and the hero that set to join us momentarily Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stuart junior who served the Tuskegee airmen, went on to fly forty-three missions in World War, Two and is here today to talk about those hirola efforts. This wonderful book, Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stewart eight, thank you service and be welcome to the Bosnian situation this morning. Good morning. Morning. Colonel Stewart, I used to have you pleasure. Thank you. So I know you're going to be ninety five years old. God bless you coming up of all days independence, day, which is ironic, July fourth is your birthday. And so you would twenty years old, of course, on this day, seventy five years ago, June sixth, nineteen forty four all these years later, Lieutenant Colonel you wake up in the morning. What does this day mean to you? Well, it means that seventy five years seven by. Got here before. Anyway, it brings members back for my services in World War Two. The invasion which I did not at the time, but it was in the service, I was training as aviation cadet to be fighting fire and very interestingly Colonel Stewart your history. Of course, your grandfather was born into slavery. Your family moved early on to New York City. I hall dead, corona queens, where you grew up in the depression in an integrated neighborhood and wasn't bad, and you'll love for flying developed because you live close proximity to LaGuardia Airport, and you take it from there. That was names. Look north beach time there. The name was chain. She was the mayor at the time, and I think it changed in October of nineteen eighty nine to the name LaGuardia Airport. I used to walk down to the airport, and the planes, take off and land, hoping someday that maybe academically, hitting one of those planes and sure enough, we're, we're to came along. And I took the examination to become the aviation cadet and get my willing. Stay with the fifteen force flying p fifty one for escort. That that was about it. Mole p fifty one Bs and p fifty one sees and eventually the, the newer ones, the p fifty one DS, but I will ask you, this Lieutenant Colonel when you in fact did at eighteen years old, go to Tuskegee and all you talk about you will living on the college campus. You actually enjoying college life. What was your very first impression of your brother's? In the ski airmen group. I most of them most of them had been going to college, and I held them, an absolute awe, and I tried to emulate everything that they were doing follow their lead, brotherhood, big big. Doc was was very year a momentous in my life. And of course, Colonel Stewart. I mean it wasn't without some, you know, some heartache the when you did finally enlist or join the air force the army air force, you took a train with some of your buddies, down to the south, and you experience the shock when you change trains, at Union Station, I believe, in Washington square, you started to experience some of what was happening in the south while we were at war, and you'll going off to fight. That's right. Yeah. We started out from corona downtown New York from Penn station. Integrated group and we got to Washington DC, which was also at the time of the Mason Dixon line there. A conductor walked up to me and said, you'll have to go up into the first call which is Jim Brokaw for colored people and I didn't protest at the time. I knew that that was the system but took place in the south there. But my, my friends who were coming from the naval would also going in the same down to Mississippi also said, but welcome up there with you, Harry. And the set Dono reserved for white people here, and he'll have to go up into the Jim crow. So that was my first introduction. Jim crow again, talking to Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stuart hero. And his book is out soaring glory, when you left to ski, and before you went to Italy to start serving and fly in those forty-three missions, you had to go to South Carolina for short time. I wonder what was that experience? Like, in terms of some of the racism, you face, as just talked about on your way out of the York. Well, it was the same went to South Carolina, but. That I would not go off the bait say off the base mix into the neighborhood that they had in also borough, and the neighborhood stay, only because I didn't want the embarrassment. The humiliation came would come from the from. Anyway. The racism, racism. Sure. Right. Right. And so I go from there. Overseas. I went to Virginia. Boat to if Lee. And. You know that members. So we're talking with Lieutenant Colonel. Harry, Stuart the book is soaring to glory to ski airman's firsthand account of World War, Two speaking of which you go off to Italy. Now you have a better reception. Amongst your fellow servicemen. You're in Italy, and mentioned forty-three missions year escorting bombers to bomb sites in Germany, very dangerous. And one day, you've get into some dogfights with, and you end up winning the Distinguished Flying Cross fork, but tell us about that day. Say quite indefensible day, there were seven of us will find the sixty one. Dis up near the Dan news, a near Australia. Near at the time there. And we were attacked by a horde of German fighters FW, one ninety. Shut down one. Lane was just damaged. They managed to get back to friendly territory. Yugoslavia. The second one was killed instantly. When his plane was shot down, and the third name was Walter manning from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was shot down, the he was able to bail out a, a mob picked him up three minute local jail near lend Austria, and three nights later came back and dragged him out of the jail beat him up pretty badly, and then hung him from a from a lamppost he links. Yeah. Yes. Right. Say the good news is that out of that to this day, they still keep that gentleman in their memory, they have Memorial Day for him. And they still talk about it even today. Yes, that's correct. The tragic to the Australian government just about a year ago. They created a memorial. Welcome. It was very personal memorial permanent memorial. Thank god. And of course, again, the soaring glories the book Lieutenant Colonel Harry, Stuart Lieutenant Colonel after the war. You were you stayed with the army air force as they call it? And you are on an exercise with a squad when you were forced to bail out over the deep south in Appalachia believe Kentucky. And you hurt yourself in the bailout and tell us that story because it is one that reinforces our faith in humanity. Yes. For a place called a butcher hollow. Kentucky. Yeah. A plane crash about a hundred yards from the home of the young lady by the name of Loretta Lynn. Country country. But anyway, I had come down in my parachute failed out. I guess it was about twenty five. I got a call from that town Van Leer can and the gentleman shit that he was a historian that he was not quite three years old when I bailed out here, but there wasn't much news about it, except they accept a. Yeah. A rumor about this plane, crash and wants to know if I could go ahead and bring them up to date on that. And I said, well, what was the rumor and he said, well. A black man had stolen eight fifty two snaking bombing raid on the town and the American fighters. Shot him down fell off my not exactly correct. Yeah. Anyway, Lieutenant Colonel Harry with the book is soaring to glory. Tuskegee airman first hand account of World War, Two on this d day, seventy fifth anniversary of d day, we commemorate with you. And when honored to do so, so we thank you for your service and, and everything you went through in the twentieth century. And the twenty-first century. Thank you, Lieutenant Colonel Harry store. In the morning to seventy seven. More people never have sold their quality pre-owned vehicles to auto bias. A matter of fact, auto by just both the two hundred thousand mauka purchased vehicles. Take it from me on their spots now, between south born in New York.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"A service and be welcome to the this morning. Morning. Colonel stover. Nice to have you pleasure. So, so I know you're going to be ninety five years old. God bless you coming up of all days independence, day, which is ironic, July fourth is your birthday. And so you would twenty years old, of course, on this day, seventy five years ago, June sixth, nineteen forty four all these years later, Lieutenant Colonel you wake up in the morning. What does this day mean to you? Well. Seventy five years seven gone by an anniversary fast night. Have you got the app before void you know, but anyway, it brings members back of for my services in World War, Two the, the invasion which I did not specify at the time, but I was in the service, I was training as aviation cadet to be fighting fire and very interestingly Colonel Stewart your history. Of course your your grandfather was born into slavery. Your family moved early on to New York City. I hall dead, corona queens, where you grew up in the depression, in an integrated neighborhood. It wasn't bad and you'll love for flying developed because you live in close proximity to LaGuardia Airport, and you take it from there. That was names. Look north beach airport time there. And the name was chain. She'll of audio was the mayor at the time, and I think it changed in October of nineteen eighty nine to the name LaGuardia Airport. I used to walk down to the airport, and the planes, take off and land, hoping someday that, maybe I could hit pilots, one of those planes and sure enough where we're to came along. And I took the examination to become a aviation cadet, and they'd get my willing. That is with the fifteen force flying p fifty one's for escort. Mitch. And that, that was about it. You know you flew mole p fifty one DS and p fifty one sees and eventually the, the newer ones, the p fifty one DS, but I will ask you this Lieutenant Colonel one you in fact did an eighteen years old go to Tuskegee and all you talk about you'll living on the college campus. You actually enjoying college life. What was your very first impression of your brother's? In the ski airmen group. All I most of them are older. The name most of them had been going to college, and I held them in an absolute awe. And I tried to emulate everything that they were doing and follow their lead. I was a brother would big brother and big. Was was very a momentous in my life. And of course, Colonel Stewart. I mean it wasn't without some, you know, some heartache when you did finally enlist or join the air force the army air force, you took a train with some of your buddies, down to the south, and you experience the shock when you change trains, at Union Station, I believe in Washington square, you started to experience some of what was happening in the south. And while we were at war, and you'll going off to fight. That's right. Yeah. We started out from corona there as our downtown New York from Penn station. Integrated group. And when we got to Washington DC, which was also soon at the time the Mason Dixon line there. A conductor walked up to me and said, you'll have to go up into the first car, which is Jim Brokaw for colored people and I didn't protest at the time there, I knew that, that was a system that took place in this out there. But my, my friends who are coming from the neighborhood also going in the same down to Mississippi also said, well, welcome up there with you, Harry. And they said, oh, no. This is reserved for white people here, and he'll have to go up into the Jim crow. So that was my first introduction as Jim crow one again, talking to Lieutenant Colonel, Harry, Stuart hero. And his book is out soaring to glory, when you left to ski and before you went to Italy to start serving and. Playing those forty three missions you had to go to South Carolina for short time. I wonder what was that experience? Like, in terms of some of the racism, you face bony. Just talked about, on your way out of New York. Well, it was the same went to walk South Carolina, but I was sure that I would not go off the base wanna say off the base mix into the neighborhood, that they had also borough and the other neighborhood stay, only because I didn't want the embarrassment and humiliation came that would come from the from. Anyway. The racism, the racism. Exactly. Right. Right. And so I did go from there. Overseas. I went to Virginia to catch they yet both to if Lee and uh. You know, that, that was, so we're talking with Lieutenant Colonel. Harry, Stuart the book is soaring to glory to ski airman's firsthand account of World War, Two speaking of which you go off to Italy. Now you have a better reception. Amongst your fellow servicemen. You're in Italy and said, mentioned forty three missions escorting bombers to bomb sites in Germany, very dangerous. And one day, you've get into some dogfights with, and you end up winning the Distinguished Flying Cross fort but tell us about that day. Yeah. Quite an eventful day. There were seven of us will find in the sixty one dis up near the Dan news near Australia analyst near DNA at the time there, and we were attacked by a horde of German fighters. S W one ninety. Hey aircraft. So do you have us for shot down one plane was just damaged? That's all managed to get back to friendly territory and Yugoslavia. The second one was killed instantly. From his plane was shot down. And the third name was welcome any from Philadelphia Pennsylvania. He was shot down, the he was able to bail out a, a mob picked him up and threw in a local jail and near landmines Austria, and three nights later, the same came back and dragged them out of the jail. Beat him up pretty bad day and then hung him from a from a lamp post links. Yeah. Yeah. All right. Well, the ones you say, the good news is that out of that to this day, they still keep that gentleman in their memory, they have a memorial for him. And they still talk about it even today. Yes, that's correct. And the must give credit to the Australian government just about a year ago. They created a memorial to offer man in there. It was very impressive memorial and it's a permanent memorial. Thank god. And your wing man was okay, what all these battles but I do want to talk about those forty-three missions, you have been quoted Lieutenant Colonel Stuart with shooting down three enemy planes. But one of them really brought back memories of top gun, something, you competed in, by the way in nineteen forty eight later in your life. But you want a plane behind you and he had you set in his sights. I mean you were basically, you will literally seconds away from death. He had you and I guess you want to do some type of maneuver and in the end he ended up crashing. His plane and he died. And that turned out to be your third your third hit. I guess I gave you credit for that talk about that specific experience. Yes, he over controlled anyway. I had already gotten a two aircrafts and soon as I got them, I found out, this guy was on my tail and I couldn't shake him. And I go for owned I got as close to the ground as possible, and I was doing some pretty violent maneuvers other ground there. And he was following me. But as you say, he had me did to right. And I thought I had had it, then I look back one time and I saw this mushroom flame. And just the ground. Evidently, overcome. Spun into the ground. And of course, again, the Sony to glories the booklet tenant Colonel Harry, Stuart Lieutenant Colonel after the war. You were you stayed with the army air force as they call it? And you are on an exercise with a squad when you were forced to bail out over the deep, south and Appalachia believe Kentucky. And you hurt yourself in the bell out and tell us that story because it is one that reinforces on faith in humanity. Yes. Her. A place called a butcher hollow and. Kentucky and the plane crash about a hundred yards from the home of the young lady by the name of Moreno leeann. Yeah. Country country. But anyway, I had come down in my parachute bailed out. And I guess it was about twenty five. I got a call from that town Van Leer can be and the gentleman said that he was a historian that he was not quite three years old. When I bailed out crafts, there, but there wasn't much news about it, except they accept a. Yeah. A rumor about this plane, crash and wants to know if I could go ahead and bring them up to date on that. And I said, well, what was the rumor he said? Well, he said, the rumor that a black man had stolen ate beef fifty two and was making bombing raid on the town and the American fighters going up in shot him down. I fell off my. Not exactly. Correct. Yeah. Well, you know you talk about black man. We'll wrap it up with this. You would think with all the missions, you flew escorting bombers in World War Two, we can do that. You can certainly fight Delta Airlines. I know that when you got home, you want to fly, obviously commercial flights and they were not hiring African American men to do that, obviously, that's changed. Thank God over the years. So really something as simple as Colonel seeing an African American man as a pilot for Delta Airlines that, that means so much to you. Doesn't it? Yes, that's correct. That's right. Well, thank God. They relented, delta and TWA. They finally ended up hiring black pilots in the sixties. And you went onto a storied career with some aviation outfit and very successful anyway, Lieutenant Colonel Harry doing the book is soaring to glory. Tuskegee airman first hand account of World War, Two on this d day, seventy fifth anniversary of d day, we commemorate with you and honored to do. So, so we thank you for your service and, and everything you went through in the twentieth century. And the twenty first century, thank you Lieutenant Colonel.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"To this quite some time, especially naughty, but this weeks ago, set city gotta read this book, you're gonna love it. And I did the book is soaring to Gloria to ski airman first hand account of World, War, Two written by Philip Handelman and the hero that set to join us momentarily Lieutenant Colonel Harry Stuart junior who served the Tuskegee airman went onto fly. Forty three missions in World War, Two is here today to talk about those hirola. Efforts on this wonderful book Lieutenant, Colonel, Harry Stuart, thank you. Be service and be welcome to the born in situ this morning. Good morning. Good morning, Colonel Stewart is to have you pleasure. So, so I know you're going to be ninety five years old. God bless you coming up of all days independence, day, which is ironic, July fourth is your birthday. And so you would twenty years old, of course, on this day, seventy five years ago, June sixth, nineteen forty four all these years later, Lieutenant Colonel. You'll wake up in the morning. What does this day mean to you? Well. Seventy five years seven by an inverse fast. I got here before, you know, but anyway, it brings members back of my services in World War, Two the, the invasion which I did not specify at the time, but it was in the service, I was training as aviation cadet to be a fire and very interestingly Colonel Stewart your history. Of course, your grandfather was born into slavery. Your family moved early on to New York City. I hall then corona queens where you grew up in the depression, in an integrated neighborhood. It wasn't bad and you love for flying developed because you live in close proximity to LaGuardia Airport, and you take it from there. That was names. Look north beach airport time there. The name was chain. She was the mayor at the time. And I think it changed in October of nineteen eighty nine to the name Nevada airport. I used to walk down to the airport, and the planes, take off and land, hoping someday that may be active hitting pilots on those planes and sure enough, we're, we're to came along. And I took the examination to become a aviation cadet, and they'd get my wedding. Is with the fifteen force flying p fifty one for escort. And that, that was about it, flew, mole p fifty one Bs and p fifty one sees and eventually the, the newer ones of p fifty one DS, but I will ask you this tenant. Colonel one. You in fact, data eighteen years old. Go to Tuskegee annoy. You talk about you'll living there on the college campus. You're actually enjoying college life. What was your very first impression of your brother's? In the ski airmen group. Oh, I most of them are older than may most of them had been going to college, and I held them steam, an absolute awe, and I tried to emulate everything that they were doing and follow their lead. And brotherhood, and big Bubba and was was was very a momentous in my life. And of course, Colonel Stewart. I mean it wasn't without some, you know, some heartache when you did finally enlist or join the air force the army air force, you took a train with some of your buddies, down to the south, and you experienced a shock when you change trains at Union Station. I believe in Washington square you started to experience some of what was happening in the south. And while we were at war, and you'll going off to fight. That's right. Yeah. We started out from corona. There are downtown New York from Penn station is integrated group. And when we got to Washington DC, which was also soon at the time they Mason Dixon, line there. A conductor walked up to me and said, you'll have to go up into the first car, which is Jim go call for colored people and I didn't protest at the time there, I knew that that was a system that took place in this out there. But my, my friends who are coming from the naval also going in the same down to Mississippi also said, but welcome up there with you, Harry. And the conductor said, oh, no. This is reserved for white people here, and he'll have to go up into the Jim crow. So that was my first introduction as totally Jim crow at one again, token, tenant Colonel, Harry stored. Hero. And his book is out soaring to glory, when you left to ski and before you went to Italy to start serving and fly in those forty three missions you had to go to South Carolina for short time. I wonder what was on experience, like in terms of some of the racism face, as talked about on your way out of New York. Well, it was the same I went to walk South Carolina. I was sure that I would not go off the bit say off the base mix into the neighborhood that they had in also borough, and the neighborhood stay, only because I didn't want the embarrassment and humiliation came that would come from the from. Anyway. The racism, the racism, except for sure. Right. Right. And so I go from there. Overseas. I went to Virginia to catch the both to Italy. And you know, that, that was, so we're talking with Lieutenant Colonel. Harry, Stuart the book is soaring to glory to ski airman's firsthand account of World War, Two speaking of which you go off to Italy. Now, you have a better reception amongst fellow servicemen. You're in Italy and said mentioned forty three missions year escorting bombers to bomb sites in Germany very dangerous, and one day you've again, into some dogfights with, and you end up winning the Distinguished Flying Cross fort but tell us about that day. Yeah. Quite individual day, there were seven of us will find the pieces dis up near the Dan nude of near Australia analyst near the end at the time there. And we were attacked by a horde of German fighters FW one nineteen. Do you have us for shot down one plane was just damage? That's all managed to get back to friendly territory. Unisom lavi. Yeah. The second one was killed instantly. When his plane was shot down, and the third name was world manning from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was shot down the us able to bail out a, a mob picked him up and three min local jail near lend Austria, and pretty nice later. The same mob came back and dragged him out of jail beat him up, and then hung him from a from a lamppost. He links. Yeah. Right. Well, the ones you say, the good news is that out of that to this day, they still keep that gentlemen in their memory. They have memorial damper him. And they still talk about it even today. Yes, that's correct. And the most tragic to the Austrian government just about a year ago. They created a more memorial to welcome. And they're very impressive memorial and a permanent memorial. Thank god. And your wing man was okay for all these battles. But I do wanna talk about those forty three missions. You have been quoted Lieutenant Colonel Stuart with shooting down three enemy planes. But one of them really brought back memories of top gun, something, you competed in, by the way in nineteen forty eight later in your life. But you want a plane behind you and he had you set in his sights. I mean you, basically you will literally seconds away from death. He had you and I guess you want to do some type of maneuver and in the end he ended. Up crashing his plane and he died. And that turned out to be your third your thirty hit. I guess I gave you a quiet for that talk about that specific experience. Yes, he'll controlled anyway, I had already gotten to aircrafts and soon as I got them, I sound, this guy was on my Tejo and I couldn't shake him. And I go on I got as close to the ground as possible, and I was doing some pretty violent maneuvers other ground there. He is following me. But as you say, he had me did to write my thought I had it and I look back, one time I saw this mushroom flame. The ground evidently overcome. Spun into the ground. And of course, again the soaring to glories the book Lieutenant Colonel Harry, Stuart Lieutenant Colonel after the war. You are you just stayed with the army air force as they call it and you on an exercise with the squad when you a forced to bail out over the deep, south apple, I believe it was Kentucky. And you hurt yourself in the bail out and tell us that story because it is one that reinforces our faith in humanity. Yes. Dale her place called butcher hollow and. Kentucky. Yeah. The plane crash about a hundred yards from the home of young lady by the name of Loretta Lynn. Yeah. Country country. But anyway, I had to come down and my parachute bailout. And I guess it was about. Twenty five I got a call from that town of Van Leer and the gentleman. That was a historian that he was not quite three years old when I bailed out craft there, but there wasn't much news about it, except they accept a. Yeah. Rumor about this plane, crash and wants to know if I could go ahead and bring them up to date on, then I said, well, what was the rumor and he said, well, he said the room. A black man had stolen eight fifty two and was making bombing raid on the town and the American fighters up in shot him down fell off, my not exactly. Correct. Yeah. Well, you know, you talk about black man wrap it up with this. You think with all the missions, you flew escorting bombers in World War Two, you can do that. You can certainly fight Delta Airlines. And I know I know that when you got home, you want to fly, obviously commercial flights and they were not hiring African American men to do that, obviously. That's changed. Thank God over the year. So really something as simple as tenant Colonel seeing an African American man as a pilot, the Delta Airlines that, that means so much to you. Doesn't it? Yes, yes, that's correct. That's right. Well, thank God. They relented, delta and TWA. They finally ended up hiring black pilots in the sixties. And you went onto a storied career with some aviation outfit and very successful anyway, Lieutenant Colonel, Harry's doing the book is soaring glory. A Tuskegee airman first hand account of World War, Two on this d day, seventy fifth anniversary of d day, we commemorate with you and honored to do. So, so we thank you for your service and, and everything you went through in the twentieth century. And the twenty first century. Thank you Lieutenant Colonel. Harry Stuart, thank you. Thank you. Other us the hero Lieutenant Colonel Harry start will come back our number three Bill O'Reilly, our number four, Jim Lehrer. It's quick look around the sports landscape. More Bernie and sit on this day after this.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Inspired by a sample of a cover of a song by bread queue shea as your neck. And happy birthday. And times e you you always that my. Backpack with back east that game mechanics. Gingrich. In New York was champagne and this go japes Manley slash San Francisco, but actually. You go in Berkeley with the communist. Entombed within boom box walkman. I was horrible of girl. I was back. Who is not. Phoebe? Strong good now, I'm Betty. Every time. See you always. Ooh, letter Lynn, Loretta Lynn, the coal miner's daughter. Born in butcher hollow Kentucky married at age. Fifteen totters off to play the guitar shortly thereafter, had six kids and broke so much ground. As a songwriter that nine of her songs were banned from country radio. She.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Letter, Len Loretta Lynn, the coal miner's daughter. Born in butcher hollow Kentucky married at age. Fifteen totters off to play the guitar shortly thereafter, had six kids and broke so much ground as writer that nine of her songs were banned from country radio. She still sold. Forty eight million albums wrote an autobiography by the became an Academy Award winning film gotta presidential medal of freedom. Inspire generations of songwriters is working to this day. Here's the great Loretta Lynn's. Don't come home, drink and with love and on your mind. Be you. You now. The liquor just. God. You don't need. No. Along with Chris Eldridge on pedal. Steel ish guitar, wishing Loretta Lynn, happy birthday. Hey, it was Herbie Hancock's.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Loretta Lynn, Loretta Lynn, the coal miner's daughter. Born in butcher hollow Kentucky married at age. Fifteen totters off to play the guitar shortly thereafter, had six kids and broke so much ground. As a songwriter that nine of her songs were banned from country radio. She still sold. Forty eight million albums wrote an autobiography a biography that became an Academy Award winning film got a presidential medal of freedom. Inspire generations of songwriters is working to this day. Here's the grave, Loretta Lynn's. Don't come home drink in with love and on your mind. You. They just. You don't need. No. Along with Chris.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The legendary bootlegger Italian bistro, Las Vegas trip in the entertainment capital of the world, Las Vegas Nevada today. Or, you know, you talk about the word legendary I am so thrilled to have this young lady with an she's made such an impact not only in country music, but it's crossed over to pop music. And I'm through to have joining us to break bread today. The won miss crystal. Gayle, have you. Thank you for having me. I'm excited will you know, you're going to get a chance to simple food, and we'll talk and enjoy me to drink and Mel scrape at here. It does have a does have a history as you do, you know, I always ask all of our guests. And you are by the way, you are my first female gifts. I am thrilled. Because to me, you are country music. Royalty and heavy you as my first female guest makes it even more special than every episode. We've done before. Now, I ask this of everybody because most of the performers in ten people that have been on the show. You know that their history is. People are unaware how this all got started in. That's I'm gonna let you run with this. Because the first thing I'm going to say how and where and why this all happened for you. We'll have to go back to when my mother told me that I could sing before I could walk really so yes, she said I was thinking my head. A lot of music. In your household was born in butcher hollow Kentucky, I said we're taller born and actually paints Phil Kentucky, which is down the road from the holler. Because I was the only one born in a hospital really the last out of eight four boys for her..

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Mick Jagger's, heart surgery is scheduled for Friday here in the city. The seventy five year old stones front man is reportedly getting a stent is expected to make a full recovery. The Rolling Stones had to postpone their North American tour, which did include some dates at MetLife Jagger has tweeted that he will be working very hard to be on stage as soon as he can Keith Richards tweeted mic, we are always there for you. A serial Taylor swift Stocker is pleading guilty in an attempted break in at her Tribeca townhouse Twenty-three-year-old Roger Alvarado used a ladder to climb up to the terrace where he tried to smash through a glass door last month. He could get up to four years when he sentenced on the fifteenth. Jerry Seinfeld is part of the all star benefit comedy show. The garden of laughs at Madison Square gardens Hulu theater tonight. Also among the performers John Stewart SNL news anchor Michael shea, former SNL writer and sometime hosts John Mullany Steve sheriff, formerly of the sopranos host. Her dreams took her from butchers hollow to Nashville to international stardom. Loretta Lynn, performed her first concert in music city last night since suffering a stroke in two thousand seventeen among the country performers in the audience to hear her clothes with her signature song. Keith urban Casey must graves Garth. Brooks lynn. Turns eighty seven this month. Sesame Street is introducing the family of Julia. It's.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on Aerial America

Aerial America

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on Aerial America

"After the civil war Kentucky's coal-rich hills exploded with life as trains and factories across America, demanded more and more coal to run across Kentucky men and machines race to scrape this fossil fuel out of the ground. They worked in giant minds like this one the blue Heron. It operated right up until nineteen sixty two belching dust as dumped coal a railroad cars below earning. The mining company that owned it millions. But life was tough for the miners who work these hills. Colbert set up their own small towns. This one was named Barthel camp miners, and their families had everything they needed housing groceries a barber and even doctors provided by the company they worked for but at a steep price. With each expense, the minor paid he handed a piece of his paycheck right back to the mining company until nearly everything he earned fell back into the companies coffers. Hardship of a coal miner's, family inspired one Kentucky woman to make it an anthem of country pride music star. Loretta Lynn, grew up in this narrow valley known as butcher hollow. Childhood home, still stands. Nineteen seventy single coal miner's daughter Lin sang about how her family may not have had much money but had all the low they needed. The song was a huge hit at his fire. The nineteen eighty movies starring Sissy space it an Oscar winning performance. Both the song and film helped humanize the plight of coal miners everywhere. Let Lynn's home is one of several stops one route known as the country music highway, the winds through the green mountains of eastern Kentucky and was named as a tribute to local superstars like Dwight yoakam, Patty loveless and Billy Ray Cyrus. It leads to Ashland where two of the biggest recording artists in country music history had their humble beginnings. Before she was a star Naomi Judd played music at Ashland's Baptist church. Eighteen gave birth to a daughter Winona here at king's daughters medical center. After years of struggling when ONA Anders single mom. It had big catapulting defame as two of the top selling country artists in history. Like, many before them the judds sang of their in the style job for their old, Kentucky home. The state's beauty is inspired many ballots.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on Aerial America

Aerial America

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on Aerial America

"After the civil war Kentucky's coal-rich hills exploded with life as trains and factories across America, demanded more and more coal to run across Kentucky men and machines race to scrape this fossil fuel out of the ground. They worked in giant minds like this one the blue Heron. It operated right up until nineteen sixty two belching dust as dumped coal a railroad cars below earning. The mining company that owned it millions. But life was tough for the miners who work these hills. Colbert set up their own small towns. This one was named Barthel camp miners, and their families had everything they needed housing groceries a barber and even doctors provided by the company they worked for but at a steep price. With each expense, the minor paid he handed a piece of his paycheck right back to the mining company until nearly everything he earned fell back into the companies coffers. Hardship of a coal miner's, family inspired one Kentucky woman to make it an anthem of country pride music star. Loretta Lynn, grew up in this narrow valley known as butcher hollow. Childhood home, still stands. Nineteen seventy single coal miner's daughter Lin sang about how her family may not have had much money but had all the low they needed. The song was a huge hit at his fire. The nineteen eighty movies starring Sissy space it an Oscar winning performance. Both the song and film helped humanize the plight of coal miners everywhere. Let Lynn's home is one of several stops one route known as the country music highway, the winds through the green mountains of eastern Kentucky and was named as a tribute to local superstars like Dwight yoakam, Patty loveless and Billy Ray Cyrus. It leads to Ashland where two of the biggest recording artists in country music history had their humble beginnings. Before she was a star Naomi Judd played music at Ashland's Baptist church. Eighteen gave birth to a daughter Winona here at king's daughters medical center. After years of struggling when ONA Anders single mom. It had big catapulting defame as two of the top selling country artists in history. Like, many before them the judds sang of their in the style job for their old, Kentucky home. The state's beauty is inspired many ballots.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Coffee Anyway as long as. We're in the Loretta Lynn. Department the brother of is leeann and Christo gale has passed away, eighty-three-year-old Herman web crystal Gayle. Posted a tribute to a brother on Facebook, saying, he died, surrounded by his children he lived in Van Leer Kentucky was known. For being the curator of the butcher hollow homestead where they all grew. Up a cabin was made famous in Loretta song coal miner's daughter and Herman gave tours himself to the fans who visited every year crystal Gayle paid tribute to. Her brother with a post. On Instagram quote, some of you may, know Herman from the Cavaliers tour she gave of the. Homes have rather our home in Kentucky or from his days performing with his band he was a great. Musician I called Herman the sheriff of butcher hollow even found him. A badge to make it official? I know he is now Now, and forever sheriff in, heaven we love and miss you Herman Herman web this. Is quite an interesting family The right lane crystal Gayle I think crystal deal as one of those fabulous. Voices a lot of talent, and, her hair. All the way down her back Everything everything about her. Attracted sort of the right amount of attention you know what I mean Listen this new decide gouging make here Brown eyes crime we're gonna make your Brown eyes blue, crystal. Gayle here in the music focus on the DJ program at. Twenty eight past the hour Blue.

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"butcher hollow" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

Drinky Fun Time

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"butcher hollow" Discussed on Drinky Fun Time

"Two days so the role where hammering her bruce russel it's almost like i'm from kentucky winger okay what's the name bruce of the kentucky coal mining community where legendary country star loretta lynn was bored always mongering where was loretta lynn for protecting his chin it's mentioned in the song it is meant song coal miner's daughter he mention or she mentions the so i don't know and i'm going to get killed for this i don't know is your answer i don't know aand have again jesus inside he had a real the answer is empty no no no butcher hollow oh butcher hongo is the name we rabinovich rallo i have not that that that's eastern kentucky probably up in the mountains johnson county to tell the baruch john a year that's where it is lent something today the the chile's there okay the chile's in butcher is a i've got a good one for your favorite place so near where we're at is monkeys eyebrow kentucky monkeys eyebrow it's probably about twelve people their dogs and cats but that's my favorite namely of any location riding around i need to move to ca decades to go there it's very sorry from monkeys eyebrow if we go to assure their will you come up and join us through area believe it or not where where we get all our corners actually from back from dragnet yeah duckie sure is right next to egypt kentucky no way about fifty miles away from it a story swear baghdad to duckie helped tung that conflicted how do you think the residents of baghdad feel like jammat's i love where trump but i ate baghdad all right here we go which of these famous folks bruce was not born in kentucky out just hold off by name them all over the name five people aren't which one was not born in kentucky johnny depp jennifer lawrence.

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