Radio: Hermit of Horse Creek

No man in the U. S. more persistently scandalizes the name of the Nazis than does the Chicago Times's columnist who signs himself "B. E. Lucas." Berlin in turn denounces him as a "money-changers' agent." But his material, which packs a wallop in the Midwest, is derived from a source that even Goebbels should hardly object to: the short-wave propaganda broadcasts from Germany.

High up on a mountainside near Estes Park, Colo., "Lucas" has ensconced himself in a rustic listening post from which five times a week he wires his findings to the Times....

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