Radio stars (July 1933)

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RADIO STARS The real truth about the By CURTIS MITCHELL DO Walter Winchell and lien Hemic really hate each other? If you are a loudspeaker addict, you know they do! You've heard their blistering insults hurled across space by NBC's most powerful radio stations. Probably you remem)>er the night Wal- ter said: "I've just received a wire from Eddie Duchin, the ork leader, and here's what he writes: 'Dear Walter. I'll offer you $5,000 to appear in my night club with Bernie and $10,000 without him.' " Bernie, too, heard that insult. His ear was glued to a loudspeaker, because Broadway friends had warned him that Winchell was starting something. It took him less than a minute to figure out a nifty to toss hack at Mrs. Win- chell's Waiter. The next time he broad- cast, his reply rocked the country. 6