Radio: Whistle from Kodiak

Out of the blanket of fog and censorship in which Alaska was muffled last week one ray of sunshine peeped: a letter from Major Bill Adams, onetime West Coast radioman. Printed in Broadcasting the letter told of a little "one-lung outfit," KODK, whose tiny transmitter made a welcome whistle in lonely Fort Greely on Kodiak Island.

Ten months ago this little broadcasting outfit, which the men now call "the greatest thing ever to hit Fort Greely" was a gleam in Major Adams' eye. By December, transmitter, turntable, mikes, etc. (purchased with money from...

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