With the broadcast heard in every state, new opposition develops - but every threat brings new growth to the work! We have come to January, 1943. The WORLD TOMORROW, at last, was being heard in every state. A year before, the program still was heard only in the two states of Oregon and Washington, and on only three small stations in Eugene, Portland and Seattle. But 1942 saw the work of God expand, first to the then 10,000-watt KGA in Spokane; then we began the very first daily broad casting, over KMTR (now KLAC) Hollywood; then a San Diego station. Leaving Hollywood to return to our office in Eugene, Oregon, I was forced to stop the daily broadcasting. It was impossible to feed a daily half-hour to KMTR from Eugene. But then we opened on our first superpower clear channel station, WHO, Des Moines, August 30, 1942.
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