We couldn't find a picture of Natalie Masters, who played Candy Matson, so we are using a picture of Kim Komando instead. We found her through an award button she gave to Shawn Thomas. Kim likes glitzy web sites like Shawn's and maintains one of her own. Click on her picture to go there.
Natalie had a few movie roles but never became a featured player. The Candy Matson show had a short life because it never attracted a sponsor. There was a great deal of competition for sponsors back then and today we do not consider that a reflection on the show's quality.
The nice thing about Candy being on radio is that she can be just as beautiful as you imagine her to be. Now stop staring at Kim and listen to Natalie!
The Fortune Teller, Sep 21, 1952
Glitzy web sites are created with complicated software such as Microsoft Front Page or Macromedia Dreamweaver, which generate bloated and generally unreadable source code. Such a site would be Hell to a blind person using a screen reader and that is why we do not build our site in this way. Here in Philadelphia we can get the sound of TV channel 6 at the bottom of the FM dial, but just from the sound it is hard to tell what is going on. That's the problem a blind person has watching television.