Radio: A Half-Hour From Home

Enemy radio propagandists have never had any luck with attempts to homesicken U.S. soldiers; thoughts of home only seem to make them fight harder to get back sooner. Now the G.I.'s are going to get a heaping helping of genuine hometown news—at the special request of General Eisenhower.

Some time this month, to receiving sets on the world's war fronts, the Army's 138 radio stations overseas will begin broadcasting a new show called Let's Go To Town. Produced by the National Association of Broadcasters, with strictly hometown casts, the show is a happy half-hour rambling of homey news, gossip, music, gags,...

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