The Theatre: Show Business: Mar. 13, 1939

^ In London's left-wing Babes in the Wood —the English Pins and Needles—Chamberlain, swinging his umbrella, sings:

I like German sausage and hate Russian

tea;

And my sister-in-law runs errands for

me.

Another ditty runs:

KING: I talk to the people with my

wireless set.

CHAMBERLAIN: When I have dictated the message, you bet.

HIT & MUSS: Provided it's passed by

the Cliveden set.

> Overwhelming top draw at San Francisco's Golden Gate Exposition has been Bubble Dancer Sally Rand's "Nude Ranch" which, in its first eight days of business, grossed $40,000. Rancher Rand thereupon flew East to consider a future job at the New York World's Fair....

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