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Faithful Frost Fans Are Alice’s Pride

<Demure, lady like and looking far aloof from crime, Alice Frost plays Pam North in the NBC mystery series, “ Mr . and Mrs. North ”> Faithful Frost Fans Are Alice’s Pride THE Alice Frost Fan club will be five years old in June. In that time Alice, reversing the recipe for a well behaved child, has been heard but not seen in a variety of roles ranging from saint to sinner to siren. Currently she is whimsical Pam North of NBC ’s “ Mr . and Mrs. North ,” (WTMJ, Wednesdays, 7p. m.). Thorough it all the 150 in the limited membership of her fan club have remained unwaveringly loyal. Listeners have a way of associating actresses with the parts they play, but the Frost fans can take changes in their stride. The women who visualized Alice herself as the very personification of the sweet, high minded girl she played so long in “ Big Sister ,” now accept her with equal enthusiasm as that gay amateur sleuth, Pam North. And when she’s heard, as she often is, as the e

President’s Job Leaves No Times To Become Ardent Fan Of Radio

The Pittsburgh Press – Oct 3, 1934 President’s Job Leaves No Times To Become Ardent Fan Of Radio First Lady Tells Of Listening ‘At Home’ By S. H. STEINHAUSER Every radio star would like to know that he or she is a favorite in the White House. Amos ‘n’ Andy were the admitted favorites of President Hoover, who let the cat out of the bag in a letter to the Washington Press Club. Mr. Hoover was to attend a gridiron dinner and the death of Chief Justice Taft intervened. The President sent a note to the diners “in the words of two famous gentlemen ‘un lax’.” Now comes the question of the New Deal radio favorites. <Mr. Steinhauser> There are none, Mrs. Roosevelt has told radio friends who surround her after each of her weekly broadcast. The Roosevelt are too busy to listen in and only on the White House sets when there is a particular program in which the President feels they have some special interest. If they can find leisure moments t