Radio: Report from the East

When the Japs came into Manila, Royal Arch Gunnison, Mutual Network war-caster, was still there. He had stayed on the air until U.S. Army engineers blew up the transmitting station and equipment a jump ahead of the Japs. As a result, 34-year-old Gunnison and his wife spent 17 months in Jap concentration camps outside Manila and Shanghai. They reached the U.S. last week on the Gripsholm, bringing fresh news about radio and the war in the Orient. Some of Gunnison's observations:

>San Francisco's powerful short-wave stations KWID (100,000-watt), KGEIand KWIX (50,000-watt each) send a clear signal...

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