National Geographic : 1943 Jan
GJ064wu &4 An innate love ofmusic, sostrong that nothing could restrain it,was theinspiration that guided Artur Rodzinski, Polish-American conductor oftheCleveland Orchestra, toworld fame. Law wasthe career chosen forhim, but hestudied music inhisspare time atVienna. World War Iinterrupted ...Rodzinski was wounded. With peace came high achievements inchoral, operatic, and orchestral assignments inPoland, until Leopold Stokowski invited him toAmerica. Many successes followed throughout this country, including hisorganization oftheNBC Symphony Orchestra where forthefirst year heshared the baton with Toscanini. His many finerecordings bring daily inspiration topeople, young and old, inevery walk oflife. ToRodzinski the stimulation oflistening togreat music has never paled. For sheer enjoyment and relaxation heturns tohisMagnavox radio-phonograph. To our fighting men ..thecomfort and companionship ofgood music isimmeasurable. A giftofrecords will bring lasting pleasure tocountless men inthearmed forces See your Magnavox dealer forawide selection. MAGNAVOX THE OLDEST NAME IN RADIO THE MAGNAVOX COMPANY, FORT WAYNE, INDIANA The fine craftsmanship which won forMagnavox the first Navy "E" award (and White Star Renewal Citation) among instrument manufacturers has made these radio-phonographs the first choice ofdiscriminating buyers.