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1. Photoplay Feb-Sep 1917

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... rliuto by Celebrity Studk EDNA HUNTER first attracted the "tired business man" as a musical-comedy songbird. Then she attracted the attention of the film managers. For a long time she was a Universalist, playing with Mary Fuller and King Baggot ...

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... \n application for involuntary assignment to the First Universalist Society was also recommended for denial in the same report. The application of this station for renewal was originally heard in Septemher, 1931, and it was recommended subsequently in Report No ...

3. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jan-Jun

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... Thursday, Jan. 14 - WABI t Pine Tree Broadcasting Corp., Bangor, Maine, renewal of license, 1200 kc. , 100 watts, unlimited time; Others notified - First Universalist Society of Bangor, Maine. WABI , First Universalist Society of Bangor, Bangor, Maine, involuntary assignment of license, 1200 kc., 100 w., unlimited time ...

4. Broadcasters’ News Bulletin 1931:June-Dec.

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... ; share with WCAT, , Involuntary assignment lie. to 1st Universalist Society of Bangor. WAR I ...

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... . BANGOR STATION REASSIGNED Finding that Station WaBI, Bangor, Maine, is not in the possession of the Licensee, the Pine Tree Broadcasting Corporation, the Commission this woek denied this station a renewal of license and assigned the facilities to the First Universalist Society of Bangor under an involuntary assignment with a specified schedule of operation ...

6. Heinl Radio Business Letter 1932:Jan-Jun

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... . , denied renewal of license. Also, WABI , First Universalist Society of Bangor, Me., involuntary assignment of license from Pine Tree Broadcasting Corp. to First Universalist Society of Bangor, to operate on 1200 kc, , 100 w ...

7. Reel and Slide Mar-Dec 1918

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... . Ashworth, Pastor, First Universalist Church, Sycamore, 111 5 Sees Projector in Every School—By Arthur E. Curtis, B.A 6 Canada's Rookies Study German Army Pictures 6 Analysis of Test on Yellowstone, Aid to Instructor Using Screen —By A. C. Derr, D.D ...

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... . The curricular and extra-curricular activities of City College, with a sketch of its foundation and history. THE CLARA BARTON CAMP FOR DIABETIC GIRLS sponsor and distribution: direction and photography: JL steel, l6mm, silent, color The Women's National Missionary Association of the Universalist Church, sponsors of the Clara Barton Camp ...

9. Broadcasters’ News Bulletin 1932:July-1933:Mar.

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... March 4, 1933 MISCELLjlMEOUS COMMISSIOF ACTION XPPC Pasadena Presbyterian Church Pasadena, California WIOBN V/ICDF, Proadcasting Corn. Youngstown, Ohio XABI First Universalist Society of Tango r Sa,ngor, Maine WSUI State University of lov/a Iowa City, Iowa WLS Agricultural Broadcasting Co ...

10. The Exhibitor Jun-Oct 1939

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... .” MERLE GILKS, Worcester, is subbing in E. M. Loew’s Universalist Marlboro. Modern, managed by ALFRED F. WINSTON, and Marlboro, managed by JAMES T. Mc- MANUS, entertained hundreds of boys at special performances during Boys Week. Haverhill M. and P ...