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... LOCAL NOTES YOUNG MUSICIANS' CLUB The second annual concert of the Young Musicians' Club was given Friday evening of last week at the Second Unitarian Church under the auspices of the Woman's Auxiliary. The little folks acquitted themselves creditably and received a great deal of encouragement and applause ...

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... . Miss Little was the solo contralto of the Unitarian Church of Milton, Mass. RECEPTION TO MARSHALL GISLEMAN Last Sunday evening Mrs. Marriner- Campbell tendered a reception to Mr. Marshall Gisleman, the promising young organist, who left Wednesday of this week, with his mother for London to resume his studies ...

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... # ^ Dam-Hilton soprano, and her pupil, Mr. Kronmiller, baritone, with Miss Capell as accompanist at a reception to the Unitarian clergymen at the Unitarian Church of Alameda last week. Mrs. Hilton also appeared with success at the last meeting of the Ebell Society of Oakland. Sig ...

4. Variety Sep 1939

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... Wednesday (30) by Rev. Walton E. Cole, minister of the Unitarian Church, Toledo, and spon- sored as first of series by the Uni- tarian Fellowship for Social Justice, founded in 1908. WJR officials an- nounced only that the talk contained 'an attack on Father Coughlin' and it 'is entirely out of accord with pol- icies of WJR.' Despite the short notice, the Rev. Cole gave his talk on schedule, over CKLW and ...

5. Variety Sep 1939

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... . Coughlin him- self is a former Canadian. Al.so cancelled was the .series of WMkly broadcasts by Rev. Walton E. Cole, sponsored by the Unitarian Fellowship (or Social Justice, who look his anti-Coughlan speeches to CKLW two weeks aao after WJR here had refused to air his 'personal'. atUick ...

6. Variety February 1924

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... . The nrreei ivi the result of i petition started i>. i minister < ,f I hi village, Thorn v -is released on his • i'.wi i a. -i;ii.-'i''. >■ ltd ojM'ii' .1 his Ihe.ili-f •■}-■ ii : • .Sll.li i.v (il- li IL. STAGE TO SUPPLANT PULPIT IN REBUILT BROOKLYN CHURCH Fourth Unitarian of Flatbush Makes Announcement ...

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... . She will be heard in Canada and Boston later on. STUDIO ECHOES. The Herbert-Kidder Concert Com- pany—Alma Burgland, Bessie Lee Wall, Homer Henley, Mr. Lovedal— gave a concert on Tuesday evening at the First Unitarian Church, San Jose. Mrs ...

8. Variety January 1920

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... &O HF1IAK I V TMS TH [MHMl DaWBIOT May Memorial Unitarian Church of this city Introduced free Sunday pic- tures at the evening service, and the venture proved a diatlnct success. The idea was new to Syracuse, but will be made a Sunday evening feature at May Memorial ...

9. Variety September 1952

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... -. er request by the ACLU, which is acting as the pic’s distributor here, to Mayor Martin H. Kennelly had been rejected. New request, was made after the ACLU sponsored two private screenings of the film at the First Unitarian Church in Hyde Park, a Chicago suburb ...

10. Variety Sep 1939

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... . He broadcast be- fore ihe talks in both cities. . . Detroit, Sept 11 Probe of charges that WJR can- celled an anti-Father Coughlin speech, skedded to be given by Rev, Walton £. Cole, of First Unitarian Church, Toledo, will b ...