Radio: Jitters

Last week, as World War II became a reeking reality, radio, the war correspondent, got the jitters.

Three incidents that set radio quaking: 1) Week ago Tuesday night A. P. Correspondent John Lloyd spoke over NBC from Paris at 8:30 EDST (1:30 a. m. Paris time). "The situation is now definite," he was explaining. "There are no more doubts. ..." when suddenly he was drowned out by a giant banshee yowl. "The air raid sirens are now bawling," Reporter Lloyd shouted, and he was heard no more. But the growling, whining, shrieking sirens wailed into U. S. listeners' ears for two...

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