Music: A.F.M.'s Week

There was an unusually big morning audience at Manhattan's Palace Theatre one day last week. When 200 of them failed to leave after the first show, the management learned what was up. The 200 were jobless musicians from Local 802, biggest branch of the American Federation of Musicians. They had come well-supplied with cigarets and sandwiches and prepared to stay in their seats until RKO Service Corp. should agree to hire two movie-house orchestras for its theatres in each of New York's five boroughs. By the time they had seen the fifth run of...

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