National Affairs: Explainer

Ask your grocer for Magic Washer Soap Flukes (gong). Ladies and Gentlemen, for the first time in the history of the U. S. a Congressman has utilized a radio station to obtain the attention of his fellow members of Congress.

Thus did Washington's station WOL, hooked up for the occasion with Cincinnati's big WLW, last week present some free radio time to Indiana's 73-year-old Representative Finly H. Gray for the first of a series of addresses on money and depression. "Mr. Speaker and fellow members of Congress," hopefully began gaunt, gold-toothed Representative Gray,...

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