Radio: Frenchman's U. S.

Forty million Frenchmen think of the U. S. as the country of skyscrapers, rattlesnakes and riches, democracy, oil, ice water, le wild West and le jazz hot. With the hope of broadening that conception, and with the blessing of the French foreign ministry which io all for Franco-American good will, two cheerful French radiomen showed up in the U. S. last summer. They were Jacques F. Friedland, 41, president of a French radio production agency, Agence Radiophonique Universelle, and Didier van Ackere, 29, Paris correspondent of Columbia Broadcasting System. They came to...

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