Letters, Nov. 9, 1936

Time Marches On


This evening I heard the announcement that the "March of Time" would be heard hereafter but once a week. I wish to say that this means that the daily broadcast of the finest program on the air has been discontinued, for the "March of Time" is so considered by me and a host of my friends and is looked forward to as a nightly source of education with regards to the events of the day.


Lincoln, Neb.

Sirs: What's this I hear about your being on the air only one...

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