Radio: From Brick Dust to Bouquets

The respects of the President, the Secretary of State, the Lend-Lease Administrator, the Librarian of Congress and the British Ambassador were paid last week to a radio reporter. At a banquet given for him at the Waldorf-Astoria, some 1,100 persons of note twice rose to their feet in tribute to him. CBS's Edward R. (for Roscoe) Murrow, back from three years in grim London, was clearly given to understand that he had deserved well of the Republic.

To a man accustomed to hear from his home office three or four times a year that...

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