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1. Motion Picture Herald Jun-Sep 1934

... . In Cincinnati, Reverend Charles Olson, pas- tor, speaking to the congregation of the First Universalist Church, voiced approval of the Legion, which, he said, should go further. Columbus activities included an attack on Will Hays by the Reverend Henry Hoesman, of the Hope Lutheran Church. He said that Mr ...

2. Motion Picture Herald Nov-Dec 1934

... —from the old "Home Town." Especially interesting coming from a gentleman of the cloth. The Rev. William Rainey Bennett is pastor of Elgin's Universalist Church, a speaker of national reputation and trouped the Redpath Chautauqua circuit with the Silver-Tonged Ora- tor ...

3. Motion Picture Herald Sep-Oct 1937

... . Ten- tative increases to test out public reaction were reported satisfactorily received. The method by which the scales are to be revised is explained in the story on page 21. Asks Church Support Support by the church for the motion pic- ture industry's policy of self-government was urged upon the Maine Universalist conven- tion in Bangor by Carl E ...

4. Motion Picture Herald Sep-Oct 1937

... . Cohn returns west on Saturday. Milliken Asks Church Support The motion picture industry "confines it- self to the business of furnishing wholesome entertainment," Carl E. Milliken, secretary of the Motion Picture Producers and Dis- tributors of America, declared Tuesday in an address to the Maine Universalist con- vention in Bangor, Maine ...