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1. Motion Picture Herald Apr-Jun 1955

... Representatives con- sidering censorship. He said legislators would violate their oath to support state and Federal constitutions if they approved film censorship which they believe to be uncon- stitutional. Reverend Jesse Cavileer, pastor of the First Unitarian Society, Cleveland, was in agreement with Mr. Icove, while Dr ...

2. Motion Picture Herald May-Jun 1943

... ; on Sundays the theatre is used as a church. The Unitarian Society holds services and forums. MR. LUCKY (RKO Radio): The producers have wisely selected a title for this vehicle that will present no barriers with regard to ballyhoo and exploitation ...

3. Motion Picture Herald Nov-Dec 1936

... ., balance of poster was devoted to stills and copy exploiting the picture. Poster was displayed four days ahead. Novelty ship heralds were distributed to patrons and inserted in mail by travel agencies in Greater Cleveland, pastor of Unitarian Church delivered sermon on hap- py married life, mentioning picture ...

4. Motion Picture Herald Jan-Mar 1932

... . Jameyson, who directs advertising for 112 houses, made the statement in an ad- dress before the Unitarian Church Forum in Topeka, Kan., on "The Obligation of the Theatre Operators and Motion Picture Pro- ducers to the Public ...

5. Motion Picture Herald Jun-Sep 1934

... . The Federal Council of Churches interde- nominational conference, held late last week at its headquarters at 105 East Z2nd Street, New York, was called by the Reverend Samuel Mc- Crea Calvert, secretary, and was attended by the official spokesmen of the Reformed Church in America, American Unitarian Association, Baptists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Quakers, Congregationalists, Salvation Army ...