Sparton Nocturne 8 Oct 1935
Spartan Radio Models Shown Through the enterprise of Arthur E. Winter, proprietor of the Winter Music company, visitors visitors to the second annual Industrial Industrial exposition at Jaffa mosque this week are privileged to inspect and hear the full line of 1936 Sparton radio models, hitherto shown only at national radio shows in New York and Pittsburg. Striking features of the Winter company's display at the Industrial exposition are the sensational modernistic models Triolian and Nocturne, new motifs created by Walter Dorwin Teague, dean of American designers. Especially daring is the Nocturne Nocturne model, a brilliant ensemble in glass and metal, with a four-foot four-foot four-foot circle of midnight blue Tuffiex glass resting in a satin chrome cradle, with a chrome barred grill concealing the high fidelity loud speakers. All-wave All-wave All-wave reception and other late features demonstrate that the set is modern electrically as well as in design. The glass is flexible and unbreakable.