Screen and Radio Weekly (Apr 1934 to Aug 1937)

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Detroit Free Press May 4, 1934, p. 13 _ A 16-Page Magazine in 4 Colors Windsor Distributor, Detroit Free Press Agency, 68 Pitt St. W. — Phone 3-5442 NSWER 20 simple questions about the movie and radio stars—and win part of the $1,000 in cash prizes offered by the Free Press. The correct answers are all found in the new SCREEN & RADIO WEEKLY which is given FREE with every Sunday’s Free Press. Thousands saw and enjoyed this new 16-page magazine last Sunday and marveled at its brilliant contents. Be sure to get next Sunday’s issue. There’s nothing else like it in any other newspaper in America. with every