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Richman, Milton Harry "Ace." b. 8/14/16, Cincinnati, Ohio; w. Ruth Margaret Lavender; d. Cynthia Kay, 10; Toni Lee, 6. Schools attended: Elem. Sch., Cincinnati, Ohio, 1922-9; Woodward High Sch., Cincinnati, 1930-3; Univ. of Cincinnati, 1934. Worked as electrician. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: WMMF, Plattsburg, N. Y., 1937-8; WCHS, Charleston, W. Va., 1938-9; WMAZ, Ma-con, Ga., 1939-40; WSB Barn Dance, Atlanta, Ga., 1940-5; KFI and Motion Pictures, Los Angeles, Calif., 1946-8; KWK and KMOX, St. Louis, Mo., 1948; WSB Barn Dance, Atlanta, Ga., 1948-9; WWVA Jamboree, Wheel­ing, W. Va., 1949-51; WSB and WSB-TV, Atlanta, Ga., 1952-7; WWVA and WSTV, Wheeling, W. Va., 1957—; ABC Radio present; CBS Radio; Jubilee, U.S.A., ABC-TV; Jimmy Dean Show, CBS-TV, 1959. Leader of the Sunshine Boys. Decca, Dot, and Starday Records. Songs recorded: Pan American, 1945; Peace in the Valley, 1950; The Word; Then I Met the Master; No Hiding Place; He Was There; I'll Tell It Wherever I Go; I'm Going Home; Searching for You; We Need a Lot More of Jesus; From God Alone; Ain't Got Long to Stay Here; Life's Evening Sun; My Soul's Been Satisfied; Lead Me to That Rock; Satisfied; Dry Bones; Let God Abide; Never Walk Alone; Every Day and Every Hour; That's What He Can Do; Highway to Heaven; All the Way; A Package of Love; My Prayer; Jesus Is His Name; Lead Me Home; Satisfied Mind; God Is Real; etc. Albums: Sing Unto Him; The Sunshine Boys Sing Their Most Popular Spir­ituals, Hymns, and Gospel Songs; The Word. Past and present members of the Sunshine Boys: T. Smith; S. Smith; Pat Paterson; Ed Wallace; Fred Daniel; Burl Strevel. Movies: 18 movies—Eddie Dean Series, PRC and Eagle Lion, 1946-7; Charles Starrett and Durango Kid, Columbia, 1948-52; Hoosier Hot Shots (2), 1948. Address: Box 869, Wheeling, W. Va.
Riddle, James L. "Jimmy." b. 9/3/18, Dyersburg, Tenn.; w. Sue; d. Susan, 18; s. Steve, 8. Schools attended: St. Paul, Memphis, Tenn., 1924-30; Bellevue Jr. High Sch., Memphis, Tenn., 1930-3; Tech High, Memphis, 1933-6. Plays harmonica, accordian, and piano. Entertainment experience: WMC, Memphis, Tenn., 1935; Swift Jewel
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