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00457

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Dedication program for DWRF. September 3, 1975.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Updated: 2005-11-09 23:24:32
DWRF dedication


Image Size:   
512 x 737
File Size:  205 k
Original: Paper document
Stored: JB
00458

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DWRF dedication program. September 3, 1975.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Updated: 2005-11-09 23:28:17
DWRF dedication


Image Size:   
1002 x 760
File Size:  191 k
Original: Color print
Stored: JB
00561

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Year uncertain. John Hubbard served FEBC at Manila as director of music. Prior to that he was choir/music director at Westmont College, Santa Barbara, California. His brother David was a well known Christian scholar and President of Fuller Seminary. John, Donna, Ginny, Jim and John. The image is a scan of the Hubbards' prayer Post Card. See also #1204.
Year:
1975  Country: USA  Set: 23  Updated: 2006-10-29 08:35:32
missionary staff


Image Size:   
904 x 574
File Size:  593 k
Original: Paper document
Stored: JB
00563

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Staff of HLDA (later HLAZ) Cheju (Jeju), South Korea. Veteran FEBC missionary Norman Blake, in the back row, was a principal manager of the HLDA project.
Year:
1975  Country: KOR  Set: 8  Updated: 2008-08-25 10:38:51
equipment facility staff


Image Size:   
928 x 640
File Size:  480 k
Original: Color print
Stored: JB
00999

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Mario Barahona (l.) and Victor Hidalgo broadcasting on KGEI.
Year:
1975  Country: USA  Set: 7  Updated: 2008-09-03 13:06:44
indigenous staff


Image Size:   
950 x 639
File Size:  854 k
Original: Color print
Stored: JB
01009

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Lewis Entz, engineer, checks the Brown Boveri 250kw AM transmitter for HLDA (HLAZ), Jeju Island, S. Korea.
Year:
1975  Country: KOR  Set: 29  Updated: 2008-08-05 22:21:30
equipment HLAZ HLDA


Image Size:   
950 x 680
File Size:  416 k
Original: Color print
Stored: JB
01164

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The Marpi Point site chosen for the construction of KFBS had been an ammunition dump during World War 2. The ordnance had to be gathered for demolition. Such unexploded grenades and artillery shells could still be found on Saipan for decades after the War. See #1165 for a photo of the demolition.
Year:
1975  Country: MNP  Updated: 2006-10-01 19:43:16
construction KFBS


Image Size:   
805 x 549
File Size:  448 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: JB
01165

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U.S. Navy demolition experts blow up the collection of old ammunition found on the Marpi Point site (Saipan) where KFBS would be constructed. See #1164 for a view of the unexploded ammunition.
Year:
1975  Country: MNP  Updated: 2006-10-01 19:44:09
construction KFBS


Image Size:   
889 x 634
File Size:  375 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: JB
01209

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Paul and Dianne Estabrooks. Canadian. Children: Tim, Tanya, Melinda (adopted in Manila in 1973). The Estabrooks served FEBC from February 14, 1971 to April 30, 1979. Paul worked in the CRCM research center (1971), program director for DZAS (1972-73); Overseas Program Department Head (1973-79). Dianne was concurrently CRCM compound hostess, "Operation Friendship" radio writer/co-announcer and Overseas letter response editor (1973-79). Paul joined Open Door with Brother Andrew after leaving FEBC in 1979, and held the positions of Asia Research Manager (Manila), Southeast Asia Coordinator (Singapore), Director for Canada (Toronto) and was Minister-at-large from 1992.
Year:
1975  Country: CAN  Set: 23  Updated: 2006-11-03 00:06:00
missionary


Image Size:   
699 x 921
File Size:  608 k
Original: Paper document
Stored: LM
01348

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Often-used publicity shot of a Carabao in the Bocaue antenna fields. Probably taken by Bud Jillson.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Set: 30  Updated: 2008-08-07 13:37:47
equipment facility


Image Size:   
683 x 950
File Size:  365 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: JB
01357

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KGEI giveaway pennant.
Year:
1975  Country: USA  Updated: 2007-11-14 14:01:04
giveaway KGEI


Image Size:   
404 x 600
File Size:  212 k
Original: Paper document
Stored: JB
01421

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FEBC international staff conference, held at DWRF in Iba, Zambales. The transparency was apparently used in a slide presentation.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Set: 8  Updated: 2011-02-15 21:25:25
staff DWRF


Image Size:   
950 x 671
File Size:  454 k
Original: Color transparency
Stored: LM 13232
01432

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Songs of Enduring Faith - LP Album, Angelus Records. Dr. Bowman's popularity as a singer lasted well into the FEBC years. This album, as others, promoted the work of FEBC.
Year:
1975  Country: USA  Updated: 2011-09-19 12:57:11
founder promotion


Image Size:   
700 x 670
File Size:  592 k
Original: Record
Stored: JB private collection
01433

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Reverse side of Songs of Enduring Faith. See #01432 for cover. The liners here include facts and background on FEBC.
Year:
1975  Country: USA  Updated: 2011-09-19 12:57:25
founder music promotion


Image Size:   
700 x 672
File Size:  408 k
Original: Record
Stored: JB private collection
01450

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The DWRF tuning house (David Hudson, design engineer, Paul Reynolds, site engineer). A third engineer, David Huntley, shown in the photo, provides the following information:

"The high-power medium wave station was built during the hot season of 1975 on the North Luzon West Coast at Iba. It was designed to reach East China and Vietnam on commonly sold cheap receivers which ordinary people could afford.

"At the centre of the transmitting site was the 'tuning house' from which lines radiated to the various towers. Each line needed 'tuning' to ensure maximum power-carrying capacity. Because tuning coils of that type are usually made-to order and are costly to import, we decided to manufacture our own from copper tube wound on tough plastic formers. These are the coils in the picture.

"The grey-and-white 'barrel shaped' objects are the capacitors which complement the tuning coils. All of this equipment is mounted on large sheets of plywood covered with sheet aluminium. A copper-tube power-line output to the aerials is seen top right, leading up through a special high-strength insulated window.

"The work was taxing in a hot humid atmosphere. We sweated profusely and drunk nearly a litre of water between meals as well as plenty with meals! Initially catering was monotonously squid, cooked by a technician's wife. Later engineer Dave Sheats and his family joined us and Mrs Sheats fortified us with excellent American cooking, including multi-egg full breakfasts!"


Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Set: 29  Updated: 2008-08-06 22:39:38
equipment DWRF


Image Size:   
750 x 762
File Size:  359 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: David Huntley
01706

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Flood waters engulf the site of DXFE in Davao City. Date uncertain.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Updated: 2011-03-26 20:51:36
tragedy DXFE


Image Size:   
500 x 743
File Size:  328 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: FEBC Philippines
01707

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DXFE staff, Davao City. Expats are (l.-r.) the Steve Overstreets and Dan and Beverly Van Hoy. Date uncertain.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Set: 8  Updated: 2012-02-22 19:13:00
DXFE staff


Image Size:   
950 x 652
File Size:  759 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: FEBC Philippines
01713

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Byrd Brunemeier mans a portable radio while the Marpi site is prepared development.
Year:
1975  Country: MNP  Updated: 2011-04-24 22:29:13
KFBS construction


Image Size:   
850 x 574
File Size:  669 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: Brunemeier personal colle
01714

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Byrd Brunemeier helps to clear WW2 ordnance from the Marpi site.
Year:
1975  Country: MNP  Updated: 2011-04-24 22:28:41
KFBS construction


Image Size:   
850 x 572
File Size:  416 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: Brunemeier personal colle
01715

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Byrd Brunemeier views some of the hand grenades collected at the proposed Marpi antenna/transmitter site.
Year:
1975  Country: MNP  Updated: 2011-04-24 22:31:36
KFBS construction


Image Size:   
850 x 579
File Size:  802 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: Brunemeier personal colle
01716

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Byrd Brunemeier views some of the WW2 ordnance collected at the proposed Marpi transmitter site.
Year:
1975  Country: MNP  Updated: 2011-04-24 22:34:07
KFBS construction


Image Size:   
850 x 581
File Size:  684 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: Brunemeier personal colle
01751

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Original DYFR studio/transmitter building under construction. Note painters on far right finishing up the sign.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Updated: 2012-03-04 20:41:48
facility DYFR


Image Size:   
377 x 282
File Size:  107 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: JB private collection
01752

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Date undercertain. Dr. Theodore H. Epp, beloved speaker of the radio program Back to the Bible, addresses the staff of FEBC Manila at CRCM. Back to the Bible was one of the staples of FEBC's English Language schedule from the very earliest years.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Updated: 2011-12-11 16:24:42
celebrity broadcaster CRCM


Image Size:   
854 x 618
File Size:  318 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: FEBC Philippines
01765

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During the turbulent years of the seventies, a strong nationalistic feeling among some workers challenges FEBC’s non-union pay scales. The movement is strong enough to concern FEBC International leaders, who envision Saipan as an alternate location for short wave broadcasting to Asia.
Year:
1975  Country: PHL  Updated: 2012-02-27 19:33:35
CRCM


Image Size:   
900 x 730
File Size:  212 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: FEBC Philippines


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