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Station KGB, 1 kilowatt, regional; Lincoln Dollar, manager, Don Lee Broadcasting System, 112 First Street, San Diego, Calif.

Station KGBX, 100 watts, local; R. D. Foster, president, KGBX, Inc., Springfield, Mo. Station KGCK, 100 watts, local; E. E. Krebsbach, manager, Wolf Point, Mont. Station KGEZ, 100 watts, local; Donald C. Treloar, manager, Kalispell, Mont.

Station KGFJ, 100 watts, local; Ben S. McGlashan, manager, 1417 South Figueroa Street, Los Angeles, Calif.

Station KGFK, 100 watts, local; C. E. Kistler, manager, Red River Broadcasting Co., Inc., Moorhead, Minn.

Station KGFW, 100 watts, local; Charles R. Wareham, manager, Central Nebraska Broadcasting Corporation, Kearney, Nebr.

Station KGGC, 100 watts, local; W. N. McGill, general manager, Golden Gate Broadcasting Co., San Francisco, Calif.

Station KGGF, 500 watts, 1 kilowatt local sunset, regional; Hugh J. Powell, manager, Powell & Platz, Coffeyville, Kans.

Station KGHL, 1 kilowatt, 242 kilowatts local sunset, regional; C. O. Campbell, vice president, Northwestern Auto Supply Co., Inc., Billings, Mont.

Station KGIR, 500 watts, 1 kilowatt local sunset, regional; E. B. Craney, manager, KGIR, Inc., Butte, Mont.

Station KGMB, 250 watts, regional; A. Henley, general manager, Honolulu Broadcasting Co., Ltd., 119 Marchant Street, Honolulu, T. H.

Station KGO, 772 kilowatts, clear; Don E. Gilman, vice president, National Broadcasting Co., Inc., 111 Sutter Street, San Francisco, Calif.

Station KGRS, 1 kilowatt, regional; E. B. Gish, owner, Gish Radio Service, Bellaire Park, Amarillo, Tex.

Station KGVO, 100 watts, local; A. J. Mosby, manager, Mosby's, Inc., 240 North Higgins Street, Missoula, Mont.

Station KGW, 1 kilowatt, regional; C. O. Chatterton, business manager, Oregonian Publishing Co., Portland, Oreg.

Station KHJ, 1 kilowatt, regional; W. J. Gleason, Don Lee Broadcasting System, Seventy-fifth at Bixel Street, Los Angeles, Calif.

Station KHQ, 1 kilowatt, 2 kilowatts local sunset, regional; Louis Wasmer, president Louis Was mer, Inc., Spokane, Wash.

Station KID, 250 watts, 500 watts local sunset, regional; Jack W. Duckworth, president Kid Broadcasting Co., Inc., Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Station KJBS, 100 watts, clear; Ralph R. Brunton, general manager Julius Brunton & Sons Co., San Francisco, Calif.

Station KLUF, 100 watts, local; George Roy Clough, owner, Galveston, Tex.

Station KLZ, 1 kilowatt, regional; F. W. Meyer, Reynolds Radio Co., Inc., Denver, Colo.

Station KMAC, 100 watts, local; Howard W. Davis, manager, W. W. McAllister, owner, San Antonio, Tex.

Station KMBC, 1 kilowatt, regional; Arthur B. Church, vice president Midland Broadcasting Co., Kansas City, Mo.

Station KMED, 100 watts, local; Mrs. W. J. Virgin, manager Virgin's Broadcasting station, Medford, Oreg.

Station KMJ, 500 watts, regional; Ed S. Riggins, business manager James McClatchy Co., Fresno, Calif.

Station KMOX, 50 kilowatts, clear; J. L. Van Volkenburg, director of sales, Voice of St. Louis, Inc., St. Louis, Mo.

Station KOIL, 1 kilowatt, regional; John Henry, president Mona Motor Oil Co., Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Station KOIN, 1 kilowatt, regional; C. R. Hunt, general manager Koin, Inc., Portland, Oreg.

Station KOL, 1 kilowatt, regional; Archie Taft, Seattle Broadcasting Co., Inc., Seattle, Wash.

Station KOMO, 1 kilowatt, regional; Birt F. Fisher, business manager Fisher's Blend Station, Inc., Seattle, Wash.

Station KPO, 50 kilowatts, clear; Don E. Gilman, vice president National Broadcasting Co., Inc., San Francisco, Calif.

Station KPQ, 100 watts, local; Cole E. Wylie, manager Wescoast Broadcasting Co., Wenatchee, Wash.

Station KPRC, 1 kilowatt, 272 kilowatts, local sunset, regional; G. E. Zimmerman, general manager Houston Printing Co., Houston, Tex.

Station KQV, 500 watts, regional; Kov Broadcasting Co., Pittsburgh, Pa.

Station KŘSC, 100 watts, regional; Robert E. Priebe, manager Radio Sales Corporation, Seattle, Wash.

Station KSD, 500 watts, regional; William H. West, the Pulitzer Publishing Co., Twelfth and Olive Streets, St. Louis, Mo.

Station KSEI, 250 watts, 500 watts, local sunset, regional; Robert E. Lee, Jr., general manager Radio Service Corporation, Pocatello, Idaho.

Station KŠL, 50 kilowatts, clear; Earl J. Glade, managing director Radio Service Corporation of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Station KSO, 100 watts, 250 watts, local sunset, local; James C. Hanrahan, executive vice president Iowa Broadcasting Co., Des Moines, Iowa.

Station KSOO, 242 kilowatts,_clear; Joseph Henkin, manager Sioux Falls Broadcasting Association, Sioux Falls, S.Dak.

Station KSTP, 10 kilowatts, 25 kilowatts, local sunset, experimental, regional; Stanley E. Hubbard, vice president National Battery Broadcasting Co., St. Paul, Minn.

Station KTAB, 1 kilowatt, regional; Bob Roberts, general manager Associated Broadcasters, Inc., San Francisco, Calif.

Station KTAR, 500 watts, 1 kilowatt, local sunset, regional; Richard O. Lewis, general manager Ktar Broadcasting Co., Phoenix, Ariz.

Station KTBS, 1 kilowatt, regional; F. H. Ford, president, Tri-State Broadcasting System, Inc., post office box 1642, Shreveport, La.

Station KUJ, 100 watts, local; H. E. Studebaker, manager KUJ, Inc., Walla Walla, Wash.

Station KVOO, 5 kilowatts, clear; William B. Way, general manager Southwestern Sales Corporation, Tulsa, Okla.

Station KVOS, 100 watts, local; KVOS, Inc., Bellingham, Wash.

Station KWCŮ, 100 watts 250 'W.LS, local; S. D. Quarton, president, Cedar Rapids Broadcast Co., Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Station KWG, 100 watts, local, Bernard Cooney, manager, Portable Wireless Telephone Co., Inc., Stockton, Calif.

Station KWK, 1 kilowatt, regional; Thomas P. Convay, president, Thomas Patrick (Inc.), St. Louis, Mo.

Station KWWG, 500 watts, regional, Frank P. Jackson, manager, 11th & Levee Streets, Brownsville, Tex. ACTIVE MEMBERS AFFILIATED WITH THE BROADCASTING INDUSTRY BUT NOT

OWNING OR OPERATING STATIONS
Electrical Research Products Inc., 250 West Fifty-seventh Street, New York,
N.Y.

Jansky & Bailey, 922 National Press Building, Washington, D.C.
M. A. Leese, 614 Ninth Street, NW., Washington D.C.

John V. L. Hogan, President, Radio Station WQXR, Radio Pictures, Inc., 41 Park Row, New York, N.Y.

Harry Sadenwater, manager, Engineering Products Division, R.C.A.— Victor Company, Inc.

P. L. Thomson, director of public relations, Western Electric Co., 195 Broadway, New York, N.Y.

P. L. Deutsch, President, World Broadcasting System, Fuller Building, New York, N.Y.

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LIST OF ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS

Station WAWZ, 250 watts, regional; Ray B. White, Pillar of Fire, Zarephath, N.J.

Station WCAL, 1 kilowatt, regional; M. C. Jensen, manager, St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn.

Station WCAO, 500 watts, regional; Pensacola Broadcasting Co., Pensacola, Fla.

Station WEW, 1 kilowatt, day; George Rueppel, manager, St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo.

Station WHAD, 250 watts, regional; A. H. Poetker, Director, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wis.

Station WILL, 250 watts, 1 kilowatt LS, regional; Josef A. Wright, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.

Station WKAR, 1 kilowatt, day; P. J. Baldwin, chairman supervision committee, Michigan State College, East Lansing, Mich.

Station WLB, 1 kilowatt, regional; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn.

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Station WMBI, 5 kilowatts, clear; H. C. Crowell, manager, Moody Bible Institute Radio Station, Chicago, Ill.

Station WOI, 5 kilowatts, clear; W. I. Griffith, manager, Iowa State College of Agriculture & Mechanic Arts, Ames, Iowa.

Station WOS, 500 watts, regional; Pem Gordon, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Jefferson City, Mo.

Station WOSU, 750 watts, 1 kilowatt LS, regional; R. C. Higgy, director, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.

Station WRUF, 5 kilowatts, clear; Garland Powell, director, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla.

Station WSUI, 500 watts, regional; State University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Station WTAW, 500 watts, regional; F. C. Bolton, director, Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, College Station, Tex.

Station KFGQ, 100 watts, local; J. C. Crawford, Boone Biblical College, Boone, Iowa.

Station KFKU, 500 watts, regional; Harold Ingham, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans.

Station KFSG, 500 watts, regional; Maurice E. Kennedy, Echo Park Evangelistic Association, Los Angeles, Calif.

Station KFUO, 500 watts, regional; Rev. R. Kretzschmar, chairman, Board of Control, Concordia Theological Seminary, St. Louis, Mo.

Station KOAC, 1 kilowatt, regional; W. L. Kadderly, Oregon State Agricultural College, Corvallis, Oreg.

Station KPOF, 500 watts, regional; Ray B. White, Pillar of Fire, Denver, Colo.

Station KUSD, 500 watts, regional; University of South Dakota, electrical engineering department, Vermillion, S.Dak.

Station KWSC, 1 kilowatt, 2 kilowatts LS, regional; F. F. Nalder, State College of Washington, Pullman, Wash.

OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF THE NATIONAL AssociATION OF BROADCASTERS

President, Alfred J. McCosker, WOR, New York, N.Y.
First vice president, Leo Fitzpatrick, WJR, Detroit, Mich.
Second vice president, John Shepard, III, WNAC, Boston, Mass.
Treasurer, Isaac D. Levy, WCAU, Philadelphia, Pa.

DIRECTORS

For the 3-year term: William S. Hedges, KDKA, Pittsburgh, Pa.; H. K. Carpenter, WPTF, Raleigh, N.C.; I. R. Lounsberry, WGR, Buffalo, N.Y.; Frank M. Russell, WRC, Washington, D.C.;

Arthur B. Church, KMBC, Kansas City, Mo.

For the 2-year term: J. Thomas Lyons, WCAO, Baltimore, Md.; Lambdin Kay, WSB, Atlanta, Ga.; I. 2. Buckwalter, WGAL, Lancaster, Pa.; J. T. Ward, WLAC, Nashville, Tenn.; C. W. Myers, KOIN, Portland, Oreg.

For the 1-year term: Henry A. Bellows, Columbia Broadcasting System, Washington, D.C.; E. B. Craney, KGIR, Butte, Mont.; Walter J. Damm, WTMJ, Milwaukee, Wis.; Quin A. Ryan, WGN, Chicago, Ill.; W. W. Gedge, WMBĆ, Detroit, Mich.

STATEMENT OF DR. D. AITCHISON, PRESIDENT, NATIONAL

LIBERTIES ASSOCIATION

Dr. AITCHISON. The drug bill presented by Senator Copeland is one of the most diabolical bills ever laid before Congress. It makes Uncle Sam a thief and a criminal. It robs man of ownership. Communism is the outstanding feature.

Remember a formula is an invention, and no man or set of men has any legal right to that formula.

The history of science has clearly proven that the so-called leaders in science have always denounced the greatest formulas.

Dr. Harvey demonstrated to the scientific world the functions of the blood. The allopathic medical trust denounced him as a quack. Every school child, today, knows that Dr. Harvey was right. Thousands of instances can be cited to prove that the would-be leaders in medicine have been the greatest hindrance to the advancement of true medical science.

Look how the chiropractors, naturipaths, and homeopaths were and are regarded as fakers by the allopathic medical trust.

After the medical trust has doped, butchered, and robbed the millions of victims, then left them as incurable, these noble professions have restored tens of thousands to health.

Gentlemen, do you think it fair, as legal, to compel a person to be actually robbed of his personal property, and by a set of men who hate him, and all decisions would be based on prejudice?

If such a bill were to go through it would deprive the public of medicines of great value.

I cannot imagine a committee that would have the nerve to pass such a

ill. But I can see how a man who is already linked up with the medical trust that he would advocate anything to further the ends of the trust that is greasing his palm with blood-soaked dollars, dollars that have been bled from the victims of the allopathic trust.

The bill should read:

All drugs that have been found to be habit-forming, and certain drugs that have a marked injurious effect on the body tissue, the name and percent of such drugs must be on the label.

Then the public would be protected, and also the rights of the manufacturers.

Listen, 90 percent of the drug addicts have been produced by the allopathic prescription medicine. As one of their members said, that the medical trust has been a curse to humanity, and has been actually the primary cause for the increase of suffering.

Statistics prove that thousands of soldiers have been murdered by serums and vaccines, also tens of thousands of children of which the public are not acquainted of the appalling fact.

Gentlemen, I appeal to you to denounce in severest terms the bill presented by Senator Copeland.

I represent approximately forty thousand American people who are opposed to such an infernal concoction, a criminal infringement on the rights of the American public.

(Thereupon, at 7:17 p.m., an adjournment was taken until Friday morning, Dec. 8, 1933, at 10 o'clock.)

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