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December 1945

ABC Commentator Gives Outsider's View of Our Activities

A particularly vivid and life-like description of A. A. was heard over the American Broadcasting Company stations Nov. 14, during the regular evening broadcast by George Hicks, noted correspondent who gained special fame for his D-Day broadcasts from Normandy. Mr. Hicks visited the national headquarters office in New York, the New York clubhouse where he listened in on conversations and a meeting, and then told, in strikingly forceful words, the story of A. A. and the importance which it apparently is assuming in varied walks of life.

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