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Time Buys 12i Pet.
Of Common Stock Of Blue Network By the Associated Press. NEW YORK, Dec. 29.—Roy E. Lar sen, president of Time, Inc., says his company’s acquls^ion of 12 y2 pet cent of the Blui^Jetwork common stock “is a culmination of almost 20 years of Time, Inc.’s, interest in radio in one form or another.” Time, owned by Henry R. Luce bought the stock yesterday from Ed ward J. Noble, former Undersecre tary of Commerce, who made a for tune in manufacturing candy mint* and who acquired the Blue Network from Radio Corp. of America in Oc tober for $8,000,000. "The precise nature and extent ol the association between Time, Inc., and the Blue Network will, of course, evolve gradually, Mr. Larsen said. "Looking to the period after the war, it is the hope of both organiza tions that Time’s news bureau will be able to make the services of its world-wide staff of foreign corre spondents available on the Blue Net work to supplement the network’s own news services.’’ Mr. Noble, who previously had an nounced his radio activities would be concentrated on news, said the staffs of Time, Life and Fortune magazines would “make a major contribution” to the network's pro grams. Besides Time’s interest, another 12% per cent of stock had been sold to Chester J. La Roche, former chairman of the board of the adver tising firm of Young 6t Rubicam and now head of the War Advertising Council. Mark Woods, president of the Blue Network, and Edgar Ko bak, executive vice president, also acquired smaller Interests. Mr. Noble said yesterday’s trans action left him in virtual control of the Blue Network, but that later stock might be offered to affiliated stations and the public. 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