FRANCE: Notes, Dec. 10, 1923

The Ministry of Posts and Telegraphs decreed, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, that subscribers who get "huffy" with the operators shall be suspended for two days from use of the service.

A Deputy of Ariége was responsible for starting a hot controversy in Paris by suggesting that the debates in the Chamber of Deputies be broadcast by the Eiffel Tower Wireless Station. The issue seemed to have become confused between the relative value of ragtime concerts and parliamentary debates. Radio fans were in a quandary.

The Government announced some time ago that...

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