Transport: Plugge's Plug

International Broadcasting Co. of London annoys the augustly uncommercial B. B. C. by spraying Britain, from stations on the Continent, with frankly commercial plugs for British products. Go-getting head of I. B. C. is Leonard Frank Plugge, a sleek and portly gentleman who got himself elected to Parliament from Chatham in 1935. Captain Plugge (he was a Naval Reserve and R. A. F. man during the War) not long ago bought one of London's best addresses, the Leopold de Rothschild house in Park Lane, and equipped it with radio and television in every room. Another house of his in Park Lane...

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