Music: Pay the Air

Radio listeners would like better programs. Some of them offer to help pay leading opera and concert singers who are under contracts which prohibit giving their "act" gratis.

Sponsors for a Radio Music Fund include Clarence H. Mackay, Felix M. Warburg, Frederic Juilliard, A. D. Wilt, Jr. The Central Union Trust Co., Manhattan, has been appointed to take care of the money. WEAF (American Telephone & Telegraph Co., Manhattan) is the chosen station.

In England and Australia, one must first own a license (cost $1) in order to own a radio set. The dealer...

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