Radio stars (May 1933)

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RADIO STARS INTIMATE SHOTS (Below) Lee Wiley, the blues singer whom you hear with Leo Reisman's orchestra. Guess what sort of cigarettes the lady smokes. (Right) Jack Smart and Roy Atwell of the Linit Bath Club revue. Are you a member of the Linit Bath Club? (Left) It isn't everyone that has an opportunity of getting right next to Kate Smith as she has her lunch. But you can. Looks suspiciously like smashed potatoes on that plate. Reckless Katiel (Above) Rubinoff very much on the job. Kate Smith eating lunch—Al Jolson putting the punch into a song 30