Radio: Editors' Musts

For radio editors, listening to the radio is a business. A few radio programs and performers sometimes make that business a pleasure. Since 1932 the New York World-Telegram has annually polled radio editors in the U. S. and Canada to find out whom & what they found most pleasurable on the air. Last Saturday, World-Telegram's, industrious Radio Editor Alton Cook scored up the 1939 consensus of about a hundred other radio editors.

Jack Benny was chosen top comedian for the seventh successive time; Fred Allen second; Ventriloquist Edgar Bergen's dummy, Charlie McCarthy (the...

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