Radio: Unsilent Night

Radio and TV men confidently expect this to be the biggest and loudest Christmas in the history of broadcasting. The Yuletide will resound with Silent Night sung by stars ranging from the Metropolitan Opera's Eleanor Steber to Julius La Rosa and played by orchestras as diverse as the New York Philharmonic-Symphony and Whitey Berquist's hillbilly Homesteaders. Christmas carols in English and eight other languages will pour from the throats of dozens of choirs from colleges (Vassar, Augustana, Hamilton, Bowling Green State), churches (Salt Lake Tabernacle, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Manhattan's Trinity), industries (General Motors, Texaco, Hotpoint, Burlington Mills) and other lyrical groups,...

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