Radio: Hushed Voice

To everyone's relief, the secret was out. Last week a Fort Worth matron, Mrs. Ruth Annette Subbie, 45, answered her telephone, sobbing with excitement, screamed out the identity of "Miss Hush" (Dancer Martha Graham), and won the biggest heap of prizes in radio history: $21,500 worth. After last fortnight's broad hints (TIME, Dec. 8), the mystery of Miss Hush was no longer very mysterious. For Dancer Graham it had been a big publicity binge. For the March of Dimes it had been worth at least $350,000. For Listener Subbie it was more of the same: winner of 100 other radio contests...

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