Radio: Mrs. Lane's Day

The roseate daydream, radio's indispensable stock in trade, actually materialized last week. In a new program called Queen for Today (Mutual, 2:30 p.m., E.W.T., Mon.-Fri.), one radio listener got 24 hours of wish fulfillment.

A master of ceremonies chose candidates for Queen from a Manhattan studio audience of some 600 near-hysterical women. As usual, nobody had to do much of anything to qualify. The first winner, picked by lot (given a purple mantle, a jeweled crown, seated on a throne, and offered everything she wanted—"within reason"—for 24 hours) was Mrs. Evelyn Lane,...

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