Music: Juke-Box Divas

Three singing sisters from Minneapolis made another 2¢ last week. The Andrews Sisters had sold the 8,000,000th of the discs for which Decca Records pays them 2¢ apiece. The Andrews girls are the first sister act to owe fame & fortune to the juke box alone.

They sing in harmony which is not merely close but adhesive. Tall, dark La-Verne, 25, is a sort of baritone, and the one who worries about getting places on time. Tomboy Maxene, 23, a soprano of sorts, handles the Andrews checkbook. Blonde, merry Patty, 22, likes to clown, says: "I'm happy because I got no brains....

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