Radio: O W I Y v. B E P A

O W I Y v. B E P A The British Empire Parliamentary Association (800 M.P.s and peers) laid back its ears and bayed last week. What set them off was a letter, written by Newscaster John Hughes, of the Australian Broadcasting Commission, to his father a London journalist. The letter said that OWI and associated U.S. agencies had virtually monopolized the Australian radio. Wrote young Hughes:

"The job is being done in the usual thorough American way — that is, competently, slickly, attractively — and Britain and what she is doing to win the war and her...

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