Letters, Jul. 27, 1931

Free Air

Sirs:

Re footnote, col. 2, p. 11, your issue of July 6, wherein you state that radio time was secured (but not used) over two big broadcasting chains for an explanation of the moratorium by Secretary of State Stimson.

As a matter of information, please advise as to the source of funds for the payment of such broadcasts. . . .

W. T. CONWAY

Indianapolis, Ind.

Time for important Government broadcasts is contributed free by the broadcasting companies as a matter of courtesy and public service.—ED.

B & O in N. Y.

Sirs:...

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