Radio: Radio, Mar. 22, 1943

Is your girl the chubby type? Are her little hands fat and pudgy? Or is she the picturesque, stately type with the long, tapering fingers of a pickpocket? No matter what type she is, you can be sure that so-&-so has the ring for her.

This kind of impudent guff pours out of station CKLW (Detroit-Windsor) for no less than three and a half hours six mornings a week (Mon. through Sat., 6-9:30 a.m., E.W.T.). Through some quirk of the radio waves, surprised U.S. Army pilots on the New Guinea run pick it up, write...

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